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"- - ALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LSTTER-HEABILL-HEAD- S. D jki- a )MX aextdoortoCttrBaU. 11 The Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky. INVITATIONS, ISSfj. ETC., ETO. rstcK r MiBsicKipnox. Kmhanlrmnnt. o tuta ESTABLISHED TOOK A TUMBLE A Building AVujt, 1859. CHICAGO C.Itm HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 23, ANVRCIIISTS ANOTHER BROKEN BANK. Thousand, It id Alleged, and Ooti to Canada. Chicago, July 15. A special from Omaha says: "The Dundy County Bank, of Benklemau, Neb., failed yesterday. Bclzer, the president, skipped to Canada, and took with him nbout $100,000 in fundi ami securities. Business men and fanners feel the los greatly, as muuv hnvo lost tha last dollar they had on earth. Several homesteaders had their littlo all in the Many bank, and were to prove up will lave to abandon their claims. Tho greatest excitement prevails. Belzer had transfened all hisavailable property to his wife befoie leaving. Many Eastern banks and firms loso heavily." to-da- yol. lower-divisio-ns x: VJ a 0. 42, 1ISLATING. ire lWX ibb xra TO A CIRCUS. XUXTH CONGJRESa First Session. Washington, juiy 13. Senate. The calendar was taken up after resolutions from tho Itcpublican editors of Ohio, urging an investigation or tho Payne case had been presented and referred. A number or bills or minor Importance 01 THE COMMONWEALTH. Tobacco Market, I.onlsUlle Dark and heavy styles havo not shown any important variations except in the of tho grades, especially Spas ish types, which havo been irregular. Wo lower quotations 25c for tho grades from trash to good leaf. Low grade Burley to baccos have been reduced according to ths Into range of sales, and we lower quotations 25rf50c for lugs and common to medium leaf. Tho manufacturing trade Li most generally represented to bo quiet and dull. The week's weather conditions have been admirably adapted to the wants ot tho crop. We quote 1SS5 tobaccos as fol lows for packages. af full-weig- ht BRILLIAI Senator Edms a JIuch-- DEMOCRATIC SENSE. . Tmm rife Train Goes Over an KilltarX'wenty-tH- Valuable Horses Two Attaches Killed and Several Wounded. 31 1 v 'wrfaiKrKi3aK?.5,.""?i'l d,,a, number of !.. which will have to be moraa-uHui- S?!!5iiJ.i?'RIia,irs'rTwtyI r Yonrisyvt Ml, July 1C Information is received here of u fatal accident to train on tho Maine Central Ballrpaa at Vassalboro, some fifty miles north of heiv. TLo storm having interfered' with tho wires, particulars are nicngof. The train, consisting' of some twenty; cars, was en route for this city, and was running at n lively rate of speed whcVtbu cars jumped tho track, duo to n defective rail, and plunged down tho fifty-foembankment toward bec river, i Three of tho car tho Kennecontained animals, and there wusn passenger caboose containing a number or employes... The .... rfnr wilful nA iiiniI over tunes, ot ."-w... - Uurylng Several Men Deiieath the Ituints. New York, July IS. Shortly nfter buildo'clock this evening the three-storing, No. 170 Tenth street, occupied as a Hour store by Sweesey & Sons, suddenly caved in, causing great excitement in the neighborhood, it being fear-ti- l that several persons had perished in th ruins. The police of the Fourth Preciucf assisted by a number of citizens succeeded in extracting from tbo debris Richard Wm. Evans, aged Pugb, aged forty-live- ; thirty-twand Mathins Bausnbos, twenty.' three. All were severely bruised about the head and body, and were removed to tho Chambers Street Hospital. Tho accident is supposed to have lieeu caused by; tho overloading of the upper floors of the building with flour. Tho building was erected fifty years ngo. y o, llaK a Crnturr Old A Nebraska I'rrsldent SI pals One Hundred Being Put Into Ticrht Places by tho Prosecuting Witnesses. ActH if Otcrt aiurdcr Toward tlio l'ollco Tostllleil To. -- . injur- - 1 3 xne caboose was occupied ten men, several of whom escaped by by jumping when tho car left tho trnck, beiug from injury bv the soft earth. Tho others were carried down tho bank nnd were caught in tha wreck. Their companions extricated several badly if not walls injured. Two men, whose name? nTtrnotf given, are buried beneath tho wreck in tho river, and weio doubtless killed, instantly, ,A wrecking train bu viueu. left for iho-soene- - . BURNING FOR BEVENGB. 3Iatr .Marriage. CaivE Bentox, Mixn- July 10. rist night tho houses of W. V. Towusend and his fon, L, to. Towusend, were burned. Tolay iliss Ida Childs was arrested, charged with having fired tho had been living with the family for years past, and she riaims to have been married to voung Town-sen- d three years ago, his fnth'er. w ho was a justice, performing tho ceremony. The marriage has been kept a seeretou account of her holding a c aim. Young Tou was married to Miss Jennie .Johnson last Saturday, and the Townsends claim that Miss Childs burned tho projerty for revenge. Tho barn and granary were also set on fire, but were saved. The examination" before Justice'MeArthur is set for Saturday, when startling disclosures are expected. nd A Youuy Lady Chargfd With Firing a IlcCite While Angrrcil at a Youiii; - r.4 In the trial of tho Oflicer Krueger identified Sam Fieldeu, one of tho defendants, as a man who, on tho night of tho lfaymar-ke-t massacre, drew a revolver and Ilred at least two shots at tho police. Olli er John Wessler took the stand. )Uien a halt was ordered tho moment ator tho bomb exploded, Wessler saw a ivnn having big, bushy whiskers, slip downfrom the wagon occupied by tho speaker and dodgo Every moment behind a wheel. o or two this man iunud up nnd fired a reYears. After Thirty-Twpolice. Wessler Fox Check, Me., July 13. A romancein volver point blank athe ns sure u was saw tois man s n. " . iiu .uiiitiii(ii.vu iu uiiiuaiii i.ut Fielden. Two or three tunes Jieldengot weeic. iiiirty-tw- o i years ago Abram niureniplyjng ouucuamber o ova, lvsrkfwbulu duck his head down ognin. A essler. tbo third or fourth time, SIiss Flaviila Chadborne.' Savage went Nevada, neilected writing to his nfflanced. ""it a bead on Fielden, nnd fired at him. 5 e saw Fielden droit, and know from that nnd sho, thinking him lost to her, subs he was wounded. Fielden tumbled mnrriert nra Their we under 3uenuy ran smoothlv uassett. time, Oflicer for a but at L. Doyle,tho wagon. wounded in John who was thirlength he weutto Calfoniia. Unpleasant teen places, identified Fielden as tho ot his conduct reached his wife, au4 man who said to the mol, vour investigation proving their truth, a time." point out Fielden to" tho and division of property wero agreai jury," upon. Mrs. Bassett retumetf to Binghaaf ness said the State's Attorney. The witfeebly turned in his chair and raising and a friend of Savaco wrote the latter, his left arm, tho right hanging liir.p by his incidentally mentioning tho misfortune Side, said. "That is tho man that man of his old love. Savage, who had becoas a millionaire, at once started East4 sa sitting there," Tho onleal w as a little too Mrs. Bassett, renewed his offer of mar- much for Fielden, nnd ho nervously fumwith which to busy himriage, and after thirty-tw- o years of wait: bled for a iug the early engagement was at once te- self. Otlieer Spierling testified to "having seen Fielden fire a pistol almost simulrminated by a quiet wedding. Jk taneously with tho explosion of tho bomb. Trouble in a Springfield, III., July IS. Two letter NEW EXTRADITION ARTICLES. carriers and three clerks in the SpringfleW Four Additional Crimes Will l Slado withost walked out i:xtraditall-- . 51 uisIaiiRlitt-r- , Chicago, 10. July Anaichists to-da- y s sept-ratio- n electric band lamp, brought from Paris by President Purroy, of the Firo Department, took placo to day in Firemen's Hall. The lamp is about the sizo of an ordinary small lantern. oich about Are Hounds. trivis a light equal to about power, and will burn for two lf6Tfi;sTTI6',tam"p'"M so constructed that when it rests on the ground tha battery does not work, but when it is raised by the handle tho light flashes out brightly. It is claimed that tha lamp will burn two hours without a change iti tho battery. Mr. Purroy thinks that tbo lamp can 1m improved by "an arrangement to keep it lighted when it rests on tho ground. Chief Shay will carry it about to tires for a while and give ita practical tost, and if it works well other lamps will bo purchased. soven-c&r.dlo were passed. Mr. Heck gave noa coin certificate stibstitiito ho protice poses to Offer. The river nnd harbor bill was taken up and considered until late in H10 evening In order to dispose or it IIOUSE.-T- ho Mexican Pension bill was referred to the Committee on Pensions. A bill was passed Tor the erection or a public huild-inat Jacksonville. Kla. Certain Senate amendments to tho legislative Appropria tion bill were agreed to, und the bill sent to conference on others. Atter tho passage ot live tiillstrrom tho Ways and Means Committee, Mr. Morrison's resolution to reduce tho surplus was reached. Tills was discussed up Electric Hand L3mp. New Youk, July 14. Au exhibition of an to 5 o'clock, when the Houso adjourned. WASiiri'cTON, g Senator E4 bill for tho It is a simpW President thfj minor official consent of th'q irremovable, si trial "on States judge: ich-fknow civil serri would be.. lout tlio advice Peter H. Clark, a Cincinnati colrll Service. ored man of intelligence and the prin' has brouprlit in a cipal of a public school in that city, tho civil service. has been denoscd by tho Republican ire. It gives tho board of Education because ho is a itmcnt of all the Democrat. Who arc the bulldozers? Y. to ICeform the K ' or X. Graphic. Trash Oarl:ntul Heavy, .. 50j$ .. 3 mil. . A Disappointed Bride. Post-Offic- e. civing Postmaster Clendennin any notiM, reon for this abrupt actio was a refusal on the part of Mr. Cl dennin to promise to retam tbe In their position for a period of six weetai and allow them two weeks' vacation, which thoy are entitled to. Their place were promptly filled with Democrats. 1U superintendent of carriers, whoe successor was uppointed a fewday ago, but vb salary was to run to August 1, refused to instruct his successor, and ns was Tho S Story of the Sea. fr-KS , a- - Ifefc HM " t !- - Saco, Me., July IS. Tho crew of th schooner, Lady Thorne, of Cape Porpois Captain G. W. Wakefield, recently picklti up off Rockland a bottle containing a ragSocialists Giving Trouble. ged slip of paper, which read as follow: f v . C.Loxdo.v, July JC A revival of tho So"Run into by ocean steamer in cialistic troubles in Loudon is threatened. March 10. We will sink in a few The police have summoned a number of minutes. Our bark sailed from London prominent Socialists toanswer at trial on 10th February. We have no hope. Please Saturday for obstructing fie streets last publish this in newspaper." On the other SjUBda smlxJiave given warning that side could bo read the words, words, "Ian Captain Liusey." and tho ce fHture 'Offenders against and poor and beaa writing is quiet of the city will be promptly arretted. mate.'' Thegreat hasto verv nervousness.! evidence of anil 1 he Socialist Leagu,? issued an address last night which is an inflammatory appeal to Tea for Europe via America. thjuasse, ui ging theni to maintain free speech against the tyranny of the police at Omaha, July IS. The first train of eighty nil hazards. of tea bound from Japan to Europe, passed through Omaha Fridaj, Poisoned by the Dozens. having made better than passenger tin g Chaisleston, Ii.i, July 10. on the run from San Francisco to this citj. ladies held a picnic yester- A contest is taking place to determine day. ' Tho refreshments served were ice- whether tea can be shipped from Cbisa by cream, lemon-she- i bet and watermelon. In nnd Japan to Europe quicker b$-- the American the Sue tho evening almost every ono was taken Canal.overland route than J. tiolently ill, with symptoms of poisoning. Medical skill was put to work, and no fatal Imprisoned for Another's Crime. "' oouemences arc apprehended. Thero are CoLrsniis, O., July IS. A few yes ago no means of ascertaining where the hidden lioisoiPlarbut" it is believed to have been Alfred Feel, of Franklin Comity. O., was in UieJJeinon-she- i bet. Some of the sherbet sent to the penitentiary for tb murder of en preserved for examination. No Kato Grimes, a paramour. During his blame is attached to any one. confinement Georgio Lee, a girl whom ho It has had deserted, drowned herself. sine Wen ascertained that Georgio Lee Bodied With Bullets. testified murder, G.vudex City, Kan:, July 10. One of tha confessed theto screen and having Peel has herself. against Peel murderers of Davis, tho man found float- been liberated. ing jn Arkansas river with a bullet-hol- e in Jys; head, was riddled with bullets by pur-jOffered to Marry Victoria. yip, party at Frisco, about sixty in les London, July IS. James Junior recently Fouthwest of Garden City, this morning. wrote an offer of marriage to Queen VicHo bad concealed himself 'in a livery stable of that town, and was armed with a gun. toria. Ho commenced his letter. "My beThe posse urrounded the stable nnd comloved Victoria," and signed it. "Your lovmanded .the murderer to surrender. Ho ing husband."' He sent the epistle to Windcommenced firing, and was instantly killed sor Castle, and called there to obtain the Queen's answer. He was taken into cusby,a volley of bullets. tody, examined and fouii'l mentally want" ing, and was yesterday sent to a 'lunatic Ace dent in a Shaft. jewYouk, July 10. Five men in an asylum. ironliucket, being lowered by windlass to English Election Resume. 4MbvwOrkiddwn ono. of tho shafts of tho London, July IS. The returns received new aqueduct, this evening. wero set on firo by tho explosion of tho gasoline lamp car- Jp to noon yesterday cover 0G3 seats, leavried by one of them, and, frantic with ing only "unreported, exclusive of Speaker Peel. The distribution is us follows: Conain, nil J ell tothey footleaped from tho bucket and servatives, 31S: Unionist Liberals, 74; the of the shaft, one hundred 1&7; Nationalists, SJ a Unionist feet.ljelow, receiving terrible injuries, muster of 'JSrl ranked against 270 Home their burns. Rulers. Thus far there is a majority of 123 against Mr. Gladstone on bis lrish'policy. Volce'from ths Grave to Save a Brother. 10. In the trial of Timothy Boston, July Excursionists in the Water. Coffey for manslaughter, in causing the excurNew Yonic, July IS. Twenty-fivdeath of John Cullen, tho defense sionists were thrown into tho water from introduced- a remarkable autograph confession of John Coffey, the deceased brother a gang plank in making a lauding at Beach. They were all rescued. Tho 4&ifce drfer.dnnt, uvowing that th.) writer had killed Cullen. and that Timotliv was bravery of a man nnmed John O'Toole is Wfiolly innocent. John says that ho Used j commendable. Ho rescued no less than seven jHjrsons, mostly women and chilbu Kmie in dren. c, 'the-pea- car-loa- Seventy-five'leadm- has-be- t,tl m -- ' .Terrible .i Glad-stonite- be-'sid- es m m e to-da- y - Rock-awa- y seii-uelens- e. was hanged here atUJ:X to- dsv.- - He made no sueech and was mod- erately Composed, though during the morn- "infrhe screamed almost continuously, and naa ins umos uounu to prevent nis maKing fan assault on any of his attendants. ..i 5-- ' A Murderer Swjni Off. s'..il wWood6tock, Ilu, July 1C Jas. Dacey, the murderer of Alderman Michael Gaynor, . . j J . m . Another Banker Short $68,000. III., July IS. Harlan P. Tracy, the Elm wood banker who recently mado an assignment, was arrested yesterday on a warrant charging him w ith embezzlement. The warrant was sworn out by some of the creditors of the bank, who have had an expert going over the books, nnd claim to have discovered a shortage of Pea, Smallpox. July- - 16. Fourteen cases of 'Smallpox at Bolan, III. The disease was CnCACOi iT . 503,000. - brought there by a German emigrant. There has been one death. 7Z" Trouble at a Picnic. Caiiboxdalk, III,, July IS Four men quarreled at a picnic near here, and three of them were fatally cut with knives. m m - xTSjCfftm tkimy t Patata. . A special from Free-- i tx .Chicago, July 16. port,-111says: Farmers state that tho being destroyed by a big Mack bHg that Is even more daugerous nnd than tbe common striped bug. a quarter of an inch TkefM about considerable damage. long, apd have done ., m m Murdered With Dynamite. Embezzling, Postmaster. E. "X. "Wyatt, Kansas City, Mo., July who for nine months has been postmaster at Austin, Cass County, Mo., was held to "rAlleied Wn elling, W. Va., July IS. At an early hour this morning Benz Rumago a at tho Union Coal Works, elaren miles down tho river on tho Ohio si do, was killed and his store blown to atorat by dvnamito deposited beneath it. Hairy Campbell, a former partner of Ramige, was arrested on suspicion. j? '. acr-cha- nt I ? Against Prohibition. Vicksbukg, Miss, July IS. The election passed off quietly yesterday. Tho vte in await the action of the grand jury 1,200 majority against b,United States Commissioner Perkins on tho city shows about the county, including and in a charge 'of embezzling (439. Bail in the prohibition, majority of about 3,000 agakst. this city, a sum of f 1,000 .was given. to-da- It y ;-- - H 1 r ?jfr-- : Fatal Boiler Explosion. Twe Children Drowned. Bat Citt, Mien., July 16. Two boys, Wellsville, O., July IS. A boiler, in J'CBarleaNelty.agedelevwi.andJames'n'ells, tie boiler shop of Joseph Fassett explooed, ged nine,- were playing on broomsticks wrecking the building and instantly killing fell at Eddy's mill last evening. Kelty res- Clara Driscoll, aged live years, anil fatally injuring her sister Mary, aged three,' who into the river. "Wells went to his cue, aad atteraptinglo save his companion wre playing in the yard adjoiningltha M: was dragged off the broomstick, and both tank together in sixteen feet of water. The Cholera in Italy. JfaMawty Accident. . Ii Rome, July 1S The following are 7 to' GaUKBttae, Iu- -, July J& While Mr. and day's returns from tbe cholera-infectdisMrs. Sewell Clay, who live several miles tricts: BrindisL 7 new cases, 2 deaths; TW WTBt ' htywere oat riding, their horses Fon tana, 16 new cases, 2 deaths; Laao, 8 nut awayvthrowing themut, killing Mr. new cases, 5 deaths. A few new cases'but Clay and serioariy injuring his wife. no deaths are reported from other paces. & Prominent Merchant Disappears. fcrPlckiaf Berriet. b h'Ucmui9XYjut July 16. Samael Dubuque, Ia., July 18. Charles S. lel-leware picking aad Us one of the leading merchants Breauaas of Judson Tiffany, of this city, disappeaied suddenly 'led Xifaay ordered them off mysteriously yesterday afternoon, aaa place. They started, but thinking they trace of him, can be obtained. He an! n0 aaihis war aat raiar fast aaoaa-fc- . Tiffany struck wife had made arrangement to start ab twice ia tbe face. Tbe latter on their summer vacation. He went last tdthe 4jh 3kVhd9 aV2AiKvha m1aa Akh &immrA ov&oinR kuhjij. n ttvn mto &ux i Mpi aua acaa. ATter being disarmea moy bank "shortly before 3 o'clock, and hal a aaec talk ta lawr.Tataay weat home, and seen with tbe cashier, and that was the last of him. He had after became Hnconscions. His his mind was unsettled.given no sign, that The cause otjais ttaiak a teak poison. disappearance is completely hidden. , boiler-house. v ' : . . . i. el "Mint Hoi-eeaa- r, son-in-la- w ber-rtefjaii- dry-goo- ds TaSlWsW. Te : r Olxkt, lex., ' - ffr A-- i f 2-jJT Bit' t. rtwl aCssr WMI i .' Jnriy a araai ciar Caaatr. : r." M.-- Ja iMlkr, Bantline" Dead. NAMmu. Tesx., July 18.-- Ed waif C. JjuUoa, kaowa aa "Ned Buntl!3 ..w wn nrif WiMI n Hlh "He . Bloominctos, 111., July 15 A week ago pajr Miss Ida Clark, a comely nnd estimable young lady, renounced Christianity, and at the Synagogue, m tho presence of a largo assemblage, embraced tho faith of Moses and Aaron. This she did in order that she might marry a Hebrew named Holland. Tho wedding was set for but the bndo to be was doomed to disapsent her word pointment. Holland llursl.iry. and ttie that he had changed Ins mind and that tho Djiiaiiiilcrt' Crinu'. engagement was off. No explanation could Wamuvcton. July 10. Tiie new extradi- bo obtained from him, nnd nothing could rehistory of this whole prodigality they marveled greatly. tion articles between this country and alter his determination. form movement than the way in which jYI Y. Times. Grent Britain is now under consideration list 11s Major nnd General that he died. tho retired public men toil and moil and twine and W. W. Avcrcll ns Cantuln. Tho conter-encGreek Gypsies Refused Passage. by tho Sennto Committee on Foreign Re The defense made by Heniit Beesicka, a keeper or. report on the Liverpool, July 15. The Natioual Steam- bill was submitted, legislative appropriation the Blue Lick turnpike, was shot and twist in order to avoid having the Govlations, and an attempt will be made m Veazy, of Baltimore, the Demn disagreement op with conducted like other ocrat who re'signed because the duties executive session to ratify it before tho ship Company declined to accept as pas- certain items. Consideration or tip- r.er ain. killed by a fifteen- - ear-olboy named ernment business close of the session. The following addi- sengers n second party of gypsies who hnrbor bill, was resumed. A motion to strike Richards. The murder was the result of a business. Every bank and corporation of the office were distastctul to him tional crimes not mentioned m the former squatted in the railway depot. They aro out the JUiskliiguiu river amendment was in the country furnishes a perfect model knocks in the head all that the silly relost, IX made a extradition treaty nro added: Man- m such a filthy condition that the railway whichxiIntoeffect Mr McMillan cut down mntien quarrel about two cents toll. proposes to all the in which the treasury and slaughter, burglary, embezzlement or lar- officials have been compelled to make a items in the billtventy-HJohn C. Reynolds was working under- of the way should bo manned and man- movals have said about his appointper cent., nnd e ceny of the value of $.V) or 10 and up- lavish use of disinfectants. A magistrate rest of the day was consumed in general tlio neath grnin bins e ments. Ho says he found tho s iear Owingsville, a is hardly any exwards, malicious injury to property. w here- was applied to for an order for their reAt CIO p. the Sennto adjourned. filled with offensive Republicans ugo, when the flooring gave way and aged; and yet thero by the ltfo of any person shall be endan- moval, but he decided that ho had no HoPsE. A Joint resolution was passed periment too queer or fantastic for gered, if such injury constitute a crime power to act, becauso tho depot was privata extending tho unfinished appropriation bills precipitated several hundred bushels of grave statesmen to attempt with the who wero inattentive and he removed them and appointed men who passed whoat oa him, smothering him to death beto July 31. Alter a protracted according to the lnwsof both high conGovernment service in order to avoid a civil service examination. The new about nn alleged Interpolation In the record fore ho could be rescued. a a tracting parties. No surrender will Ihj property. priv-at- o Distriet business d ot esterday's these old and made for a crime of a political character. An Innocent Man's Fate. annointces aro nearly all Democrats, The strike inaugurated in tho Hender- imitating wus taken up in ciuiiinittceof the whole methods. lf the stockholders of and notwithstanding they stood tho by trill was Jacksonville, III., July 15. About two The Traction Itailr aidconsumed consideredttnal son Cooperago Works ended a few days the Pennsylvania road were to propose without Red Skins in Washington. and the day in the competitive examination ago tho of aMrs.McLaughliu seettous, A t he night Washington. July 19. A delegation of yearsentered, residence McLaughlin and her action. tor resolution settingapart and Satur- since by the management securing seven that tho "manager should not bo al- liighcst the Republicans are angry. But it is was coopers from Louisville, and letters from and Mrs tho Labor Committee session lowed to dismiss any subordinate with- impossible to please the Republican thirteen Warm Spring and Chincahua sister were shockingly cut with a knife A day lilsht for the committee on printing, was a largo Apache Indians called upon Secretary La- man named Fied. Halter was arretted, and ndnped. At 5p. in. the House took a recess would number of others, saying they out filing a bill in equity against him. who has ever had a taste of office. arrive soon. They were in charge of Cap- while ho was confined in jail at Winchester, until 8 p. in. we should consider them crazy; but mar The Central Coal and Iron Company, when a Senator proposes it about the Poor GarScld found that out to his sorWamunotON, July 16. Senate. After a a party of masked men entered th jail Dar-ttain of the Fourth Cavalry, and or pension bills had been tho which has been shut down for several row. Buffalo Times. were weirdly picturesque. They think that nnd shot him dead. It is now stated that number imrlior bill was taken up. A suboffices, we bury our faces in our rl er and ho divorced husband of Mrs. McLaughlin, is an effort to remove them from Arthere The love of the Republican party making a reduction on all items or months past, at Central City, commenced lands, ponder the plan deeply, and izona to Noinaiislaud. This they protested uying a few day s ago, confessed that ho stitute r cent, whs Anally agreed to. operations recently with ten men, and a was the assailant of tbe woman. discuss it at great length in the public for tho'colored man was most conspicagainst in their interviow The rewas nlso passed. few days ago had its force The naval appropriation bill uously exhibited in the rejection ol increased by prints. X. i". Post. At 5 p. m. tho Senate adjourned. moval will probably be made, although the about thirty-five- , who arrived from Louis Mr.Matthews by the Republican Senreport on the A Hog Cholera Epidemic. lidians. whom tho delegation represent, Horst:. The conforence appropriation bill was considered, ville. Of this number, however, about ate. Mr. Matthews was nominated by hae lieen peaceable miico lv.3, when they Chicago, July 15. A special from Not Ruined by a Party. nnd certain differences between the two f surrendered to General Crook. of them fiickered and returned to the President to succeed rred uougiasi 111., says: A violent form of the hog bouses ordered to further conrerence. Ve- their homes, after learning the state of afWc have always held that one good as recorder of the District of Columbia. rrom the Committcholera is raging in some localities m tins toed penson bills reported Boy His Sister and Becomes Insane. county, many farmers having lost all ee- on Inrnlid Pensions were taken up. The fairs in that community. result of the last national election He was rejected because he was a their necossurr only was obtained Bangok, Me., July 19. Henry, the D. D. Con wav was arrested at Millers-bur- g swine. Tim loss in one township will reach one case, that or ltomiser. or Maryland.in Three would be the dissipation of the fear Democrat The Republicans are parl,OiO. son of J. A. Biekwell, of this city, Various remedies have been tried, other bills raited to pass. At for selling liquors and tobacco withwar veterans p. in the a Democratic Administration ticularly hostile towards Democrats. p. in . the out Government license, and taken to jail that shot and instantly killed his sister Mattie, but they havo so far failed to check tho Ilmi-- c took a recess until and colored men who aro night session being tor the consideration oT nt Covington. -- fjwl thirteen would bring some sort of disaster upon Tlirr. years, yesterday nfternoou. progress of the malady. tho Hrlitost. wroiinds for !Cli.uLilli. The boy plcked'urra'giirn-nnd- j not knowing tho country.. "" uI ol,r iwepublican - - tue rejection of lr. Matthews beyond .W.,M. Newhold, supcrintendentjpf.thq. "WUIIIMinmr.l rlT. Hknatb. Tlio Sen Atlanta ProRTb'Uion Fight. that it was loaded, playfully pointed it at ate pa"scd the naval appropriation bill, and Owensboro nnd Nashvillo road, was sho" 'IrfffnllsTiT ftoPresidentiul - camMitr t rnerTne4Mjisit,hfcxwuidtajeQudei bis sister, when it was dischni ged, tho conor Atlanta, Ga., July 13. Tho injunction sjM'tit most ot the da at Russellville tho other night, by B. F. indulged in the wildest forebodings the Republican party as the rightful tents strik'tig her in the neck, tearing away case of Al Bronek vs. Tho City of Atlanta, the oleomargarine inn. 011 the discussion effect on business. owner of Ins race, xne democratic the windpipe and nrterie- -. Tho boy was House. The House appointed a second Stroud, formerly roadmaster of the L. nnd about the probable poseeking to prevent the interference of rendered insane by the terrible affair. conference nn the legislative bill, and began N. It is not thought that the wound will Even the Republican candidate for party has shown far more practical lice authorities with tho salo of whisky, debate on the fortification bill. At the even- prove futul. President, well known as a business good will towards tho colored man wine and beer by tho quart bv plaintiff, ing session the Printing Committee had t Lightning Played About the Grave. was tried yesterday before Judge Clarke, floor. The now Keutucky nnd Indinna bridge man, expressed grave apprehensions. than the hypocrites in the Senate who Ntack. N. Y., July 19. While tho lody of the Superior Court, Ho refused to Some of ouresteemed contemporaries only seek "to utilise him for political was thoroughly tested a few day ago. Washington, July 10. Senate. Mr. of a young lady was being interred in Oak grant an injunction, mid the city will now seemed to sutler anguish on ac- purposes. Albany Argus. introduced bill to return the tax on Davis Mitchell, of Glasgow, committed really of their fears. proceed to prosecute Bronek for" Violntiug cotton collected by the Pnltcd States In lvV,. Hill Cemetery, Rockland County, yestercount suicido n few days ago. day, a large tree standing near the gravo tbo prohibition law. ti7 nnd 68, the samo to bo used for educational Wc have now had a full fiscal year BLAIR VS. THE PRESIDENT. was struck by lightning, causing a panic R. Glogowek, dealer in notions, Frankpurposes. Theolemargnrino bill was consid under the Democratic Administration, Revolution Threatened in Mexico. among the mourners, some of whom wept ered. Amendments to regulate tho purit) of fort, has failed. Liabilities $3,025; assets and the comparative receipts and ex- Tlio Republican Senator's Weak and Dl n and prayed, while others rushed and to restrict the provi Laredo. Tex., July 13. The situation at honest Attempt to Cast Discredit upon or "from tho spot. After a while tho penditures are as follows: Jonsor tho bill to tho District VS. Columbia, small. the Ciller lUecutivfl's KfTorts to Uphold 1?: nay. Arter fallwas proceeded with, and tho Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, is growing more w ere rejected-yc- as, interment receipts. The cornor-stonof the new school buildserious, and it is feared that a revolution ing to fix nn lu'iir tor a vote, the 1S85-the Prerogatives or Ills Otllce. body was jilaceu in the earth umid tho tering, r'rankfort, was laid on tho 17th, with can not be averted Government troops Senate adjourned at 0:10 p. m. 51S1.471.97) 3t rible war of tho elements. Customs. 4 Senator Blair's defense of Congrcsi 2.'.t3S,7i-..5imposing ceremonies. are on tbe way from Mexico, but tho revoHouse. The l'ortincutlons Appropriations Internal rovonuo. 117,031,53 ca S!,720fl lutionists have secured a large number of bill was considered and passed. A concurfrom tho imputations of recklessness ot Misceiloneous.... A laiige number of chimneys Overland for the North Pole. tor Winchester rifles and mav seize tho Cus- rent resolution from the Senate copies the down and several houses wero were blown or dishonesty put upon it by Mr. Clcve $a3,CM,79o.3,S. ....SWU44.29).87 thousand unroofed in pr'nting or twenty six or Totals New York, July 19. Colonel Gilder, tom Houso iiefore the troops arrive. tho Civil Service Maysville a few days ago by a storm. Tho expenditures. Hie third annual report land's veto messages is a very weak whom a vengeful woman prevented from sesNight $152.73M11.15 ..?i:.SK.611.S4 Commission was agreed to. growing crop of corn was much injured Ordinary 5G,lUi:W7.49 week for the North Pole, has for Peru Tired of the Silver Standard. starting last ordered affair. As a Senator it is his privilege were .... M,70i45I.0S Pensions sions was and blown down. disagreement A hilo tho storm was Interest .... W, .SJ.tjT9.46 S1.3&C.354.47 to secure the passage of these vicious come out of his seclusion agaiu, and it is Lima, July 15. In consequence of tho de- ntwi comannounced that the trouble over Dolly preciation and fluctuations of the silver reported on rrom bill the lonfercnce timber raging, lightning struck and killed a fine Ju'45,615,74-repeal ng the the Totals mittee bills in spite of tho President's objecAdams' bond, which he took nnd failed to currency in circulation in this Republic, bull belonging to Mr. James law- -. The Home short-horand it Truly, there is nothing m tlie-- e figures tions if he can do so, but he can not account for, is about to bo settled, and that has been proposed to use tho American culture upon preemption its disagreement nnd n rurlhcr Muckey. Tho lightning also struck a stackinsisted those who prophthe Colonel will mnko tho start on his cold gold dol.ar as the Morrison bais of all monetary conrerence was ordered. Mr. adjourn July yard of wheat on the farm of AVm. Hickey to justify the fears ofinevitable result of criticise the vetoes as he does without journey in a very short time. a concurrent resolution to esied disaster as the transactions, either fiscal or private, using 28 Heferred. Tho House at 5 o'clock took a and burned about .KX) bushels. placing himself in the attitude toward rule. An increase of the silver dollar at a value of SO cents, gold, recess until Sp m. Tho niuht stsslon being the President which he thinks it is was Democratic James Bigger, aged twenty-thre$4,000,000 Three Per Cents Called. for all fractions under n quarter of an for the consideration or bills rrom tho in revenue, a decrease of wrong for tho President to assume toby heat whilo throshing wheat, overcome Washington, July 19. A call was issued eagle. Committee. in expenditures of which last near GnrdnersvilJe, and died within half an pensions increase over $8,000,000 a ward Congress. In spite of the demfor the following described thiee per Made Insane by Bible Reading. agogy which Mr. Blair has introduced Miscellaneous News. hour. cents of 1SS2. $50, original number 133 to decrease of $21,000,000 in ordinary ex- into his report, and of his attempt tc Decatur, Iil., July 11. John Ritchie, original number UK. both inclusive; S 100, Ding Chong, a Boston laundryinnn. was CuvntES Riley, tho man who ran off penses. 1730 to 1S12; 500, 7S7 to S21; $1,000. 5521 to who became demented by religious excite- murdered on tho ISth, by a young Chinacreate tho impression among ignorabill, given to him seva twenty-dolla- r On the whole, wo are forced to con- muses thatMr.Clevelandhas no right to 5952 and 23,73S to 23,747; $10,000. 12,012 to ment, has been adjudged msaiio by tho man whom he had given n night's lodging. with days ago, by Val Heyl, of Newport, to eral Administration began studying tho 12,903. Total, $4,000,000. The call matures county court. He first clude that Democratic The Supreme Lodge of Knights of have changed, has loft two of his little child- is as safe as Republican and somewhat veto these little jobs, the fact remains Biblo six weeks ngo, nnd became fascinaton September 1. that he has such a right, and that it is such an extent that Phvthias has decided that it was inexpeand two years, in destitute ed with its contents to ren, aged seven cheaper, and that the indications of he be neglected his occupation nnd lost hi Mormon Converts From Iceland. dient at tho present time to take any circumstances, and with no one to care for unfavorably his sworn duty to exercise ittoifhim reprosperity are not mental balance. as o gards the measure presented measures looking to the establishment of n them but the poor old mother, who is MorNew York, July 19. Twenty-fivaffecteTl by the political change. This to care for herself. An effort will be is rank for Indies. mon proselytes from Iceland and ono Engresources dishonest. country, with rich Ex rad'tion. a In tne case of every one of the sixty made to send them to tho orphau asylum nnil great lishman landed at Castlo Garden y Rich van Chandleu, of Boston, is enormous advantages, and it will London, July 15. In spite of deninls, it pension bills which nro men, six trip around tho at Cold Springs. Eight of tho Icelanders tirpnnrotions for a believed that only ono or seventy private vetoed the draft of the is positively asserted that never again be women and eleven children. he has given the President has Two horses were stolen from tho Northin a dory. extradition treaty between Grent Britain world party can govern it. Boston Herald. good and sufficient reasons for his and the United States has been signed by may adjourn nbout the first of ern Lake Ice Company's stables, Louisville, Conokess Army Officer Su'cides. course. Ho has shown that the great Lord Roscberv nnd Minister Phelps, and 13 under peculiar circumstances. One of tbe Makinp a Navy. New York, July 19. Captain Guilnn now in AVashington. Tho prospect of are-all- y next month. majority of the bills objected to were was sick, and Pat Regan, tho suanimals clTective extradition traaty causes inVerplanck Weir, commanding batttery M, Mas. Samct.l Rrrr, wife of a . former perintendent, left the stable to get some It is evident from the way in which in the interest of frauds, bounty-jumpetense gratification here. business man of Warren, O., medicine. Whilo he was gone one of tho Fifth Artillery, at Fort Hamilton, com. and deserters, and in cases where . . the Secretary lias addressed himself to mitted suicide Inst evening by shooting whilo returning from a funeral at hostlers, who was rubbing the sick horse, his duties that he means to inaugurate the hardship was undented he has Trying the Chicago Anarchists. himself through tho head. Cemetery on tbo ISth, by routo of Chicago, July 15. Tlio jury to try tha the Nypano trnck, was struck by an express was called away, and when ho returned tho a naval establishment worthy of tho shown that the relief proposed was no more properly a pension charge than animal was gone. Mr. Regan at once put narchists Sen'enced. Milwaukee eight Anarchists charged with tho massacro was finally impaneled train ami instantly killed. Frank Black, the head stableman, on an- United State- - He believes and says, would bo any" other instance of destituWis., July 19. Tho AnarchMilwaukee. Thomns other horse, and started him out after tho and such is tka opinion of all informed tion occurring without reference to the Attorney began his At Detroit, Mich., ists, Frank Hirth, Anton Palm and Carl address.and the State's Manning was acquitted of tho charge of missing one. Black shortly returned on and just men, that the naval war. The reasons given for the vetoes Simon, wero setitenced to nine mouths each bribery. in the House of Correction. foot, with his head beaten up, and said he service should be considered quite have satisfied as well as surprised the Poles Acquitted of Murder. A schooner arrived at Gloucester, Mass., had been knocked off his horse at Sixteenth apart from the naval administration. country. Pleased with his resolute opDeteoit, Mich., July 15. An acquittal on the l"th with n big catch of mackerel nnd Broadway, and rendered unconscious. The naval service, the personnel of the position to the most contemptible form Minnesota's Ind ans. found in the cases of Basil and obtained cutsido of the Canada limit. When ho revived tho horse ho was riding navy, is in the main composed, to use of swindling, the people havo been as St. Paul. July 19. Fears nro felt that was Alexander Lenike nnd August Steber, actho Leech Lake Indians in Northern MiWhite, an Oswego barber, was at tho was gone. bis own words, "of a body of accom- tonished at tne extraoroinary capacity cused of killing John Levitzki during the nnesota will cut tho reservoirs and flood CnAKLES nnd Armster Blackwell, plished men, representing a high, so of the Congress of the United States for the outbreak in Stalberl's Niagara whirlpool rapids, on tho ICth, for riot attendant at that portion of the State. Polish Catholic congregation last winter, a swim in a cork jacket. Ho was hiding brothers, wero killed at Little Cypress, cial standard of personal character, such dirty work. when Rev. D. Knlasmski was deposed. from tho police, nnd ns he was not to bo Marshall County, tho other night by George who are deservedly respected and honSenator Blair's attempt to shield himCaptured. Revolutionists g associates found, a rumor was current that ho hnd and Jesso Loftin, ored throughout the world." Contin- self and his alo brothers. George Mexico, July 19. Gonzales and Tapia, made the attempt and lost his life. Texas People Asking for Aid. Loftin was also seriously wounded, being uing his own language: "This, unfort- by casting discredit upon Mr. CleveMexico, wero enrevolutionary chiefs of WEATitEisroKi), Tex., July 15. A teleRepuesentativb Lovlek, of Chicago, shot in two places. The fight was tho re- unately, can not bo said with equal land will hardly succeed. He writes trapped by regular troops, defeated 111 batgram was sent to Congressman Lauham nt wunts St. Patrick's Day made a national sult of an old feud. All of the parties were justice of tho Navy Department, and like a man who" is in the wrong and tle and captured. Washington, yesterday, asking him to holiday. whatever dissatisfaction the country who knows it, Against his generaliattending a moonlight dance. Twenty-ousecure Government aid for tho people of B tfen by a Rattlesnake. At Olney, 111., John Hendloy, n prisoner shots were fired into tho largo crowd pres- has over experienced with the naval ties and innuendoes it is the drought-strickeregions of Texas. found to to get the facts which the veto mesCnirAGO, July 19. At Boulder, III., a girl Hundreds of families are without tbo brought from Clay County, charged wit'i ent, but strange to say none but the parties arm of our Government will be had its origin, not in the naval serv sages complained of contain. Chicago was fatally bitten by a rattlesnake whilo necessities of life. have nnmed were hurt. murder nnd arson, hung hiintslf in jail. picking blackberries. ice, DUb navai uuuiiuisuauuu, Herald. Elton Hot and, Pud. Trumbo, of Little and even iu tuo dissatisfaction should be But It Is Only a Scheme. there TOO PREMATURE. Tlio San Antonio Liqht says that Bath County, went bathing in the limited to certain branches only of the Flat, George and An Authoritative Denial. New Yop.k, July 15. the State of Texas should bestow a half a dozen prominent Henry met at the Whyalloosier Judge Quashed an Indict- river, and are supposed to have been citizens business of tho department." The plan Air. and Airs. handsome pension upon drowned, as they have not been seen since. ment Against a. I.awer. Tho esteemed evening Capital thinks a house of Rev. of business reorganization which ho Jacinto Sanchez, of San Antonio, and clergymen, Dr. McGtynn, discussed the Twentt-tw- o A lawyer at a little town in Dclawaro moonshiners were released outlined in his annual report has busi the Confederate bonds will never be grant them exemption from the pay- idea of the abolitionandof property in County, Ind., appeared in the Muncie from the Covington jail a few days ago. ness principles of directness, economy paid. There is not a question but it ment of future taxes. This becauso laud and tho payment of rental to the County-seCt. Singleton was killed at the other, day and came inand practicability on its side. It has believes just what it says. There aro her community by the users of it. One Mrs. Sanchez on Sunday presented tunnel, Lincoln County, in a commanded the approbation of thoughtto court and asked Judge Lotz to disif any people in this country husband with fine triplets, two boya prominent railroad man present suggested fight with some negro laborers. One of the ful n&n everywhere. The evils and very few a scheme for tho purchiso of tho pose of his case. will be paid, and a girl. negroes supposed to be implicated was of the system he who believe those bonds m railroad by the levying of tax upon "What is your rase," queried his jailed. SheriffMenifee reeeived a telegram blunders with anpresent mal hand; but but there are a great many orators and tbe property unsparing laid bare Noah Myers, of Woodland, CaL, of it as a freealong its line, and the opening nonor. line. This was to be an enthat others are resisting arrest, and on the he was careful to discriminate between organs advocating the principles of the a valuable ring while fishing at tering wedge in the property and tax reto lost "Well," replied the rustic started with arms and ammunition to the blame due to faulty methods and Republican party that endeavor BeIJartlctt Springs last year. He recent- form wave. Tho meeting resolved that it a plain drunk in a public Kent, "it's 12ththe people believe they will be. make officers. . ly heard that a fisherman in the mount- was a very cood sciieme, indeed, and that move tho court to quash place; but I aid S. Dow, ihe tramp painter who rob- the consideration to be extended to fore a Democratic President was W. the indicthonorable men who were at the mercy inside of a trout. it should be pusucq at once. rebel debt ains had found a ring ment." bed his employer at Nicholasville, was ar- of such methods. Tho largo discretion elected, the payment of the Correspondence followed, and the rewas discussed on the stump anu in iuo "For what reason," said his Honor. rested at Harrodsburg, Anything but Harmless. of power given him under the law is to organs as one of tho misfortunes which sult was that Mr. Myers got back his "You see," At Newport Val Heyl gave a man a be used by the Secretary in the direc- were sure to befall tho country in case 8t. Feteksbuhg, July 15. While an iron smile making said the mover, a comical Tin1 quite unchanged and the fisherhis ginger colored beard twenty-dolla- r bill to go the bank and get tion of a business-lik- e reconstitution of Democracy triumphed. Tho Capital dealer of t,his city was unloading a wagon bill. cot man 0 a filled with old artillery material, which he separate in different directions, and his changed. The man nor the bill has not as the department itself. Brooklyn Eagle. does "well to correct the wrong impresIt was worth while to invite the nad purchased at Government auction to- pale blue eyes lighting up with fun. yet returned. As Mr. Edmunds compares 1886 sions its party is responsible for, nl indicted about six months by anshell, supposed to be harmWm. Brannox, of Newport, cut his throat historian Ranke to dinner. Once when day, a it is known that one lunching with the King of the Bel- less, exploded, killing sixteen persons and ticipation. This indictment states that with a razor in four different places, a few wits 1884 he must feel a slight depress- especially whenshrewdest and most elwounding mnny others. Four of those I was drunk in a public place on Decemof spirit, a consciousness ot an of New York's nights ago. Ono of the cuts, it is feared, ion gians he made himself so agreeable at killed were children. retainer ber 26, 1886. Now it is possible that I will end his existence. It is thought hewas tching void beyond the consolation of oquent lawyers has accepted acause of table that the party remained seated shall be liable to indictment if I live to laboring under a temporary fit of insanity. any cocktail. He has had his private of British gold to present the listening to his talk and forgot all Great Damage to Crops. foreign holders of Confederate that date for that offense; if so, I will and CnuRCiuLL Howard, the young son of diverHOB NrVWT revenge, but at what ex- the about their dinner. Such a man would before Newark, N. J., July 15. The damag pay all the tines, but I want to be in.. lot- U11U ntmtco ami kisn.ie . ml has actually been l.:r. UlVIUin, wu boarding-hous,fc jBv, support one of tbe prominent merchants of be a blessing in disguise to a wt done by tain last night and this morning dicted after the offense." - Congress ana rgeu a! case in u tho Republican can shot himself while fooling with a iwW .iftuiea w will probably amount to nearly f 100,000 in m m Here the liHitttWorutUaleftttatwaias. interest this county. Bridges were carried awayt proaeeution court counseled with 'tho piitoL Th wound, though (erfon, la not Lvuitf, M,ft. Sun. Twentysix thousand tons of rook and in many inttnnces growing crop 0 and quashed the indictment faMiL Hell and the lawyer left ths hall of justic- ehare been remoTed from Bun. Gat jnaiket gardens were destroyed. y. lines last October.?; 11 Ijui-caste- r, to-d- ay 6 U0& tl 75 .. 5 00& 5 25 July 14. Senate. A resolu.. 5 2.7 5 20 600 7 00 tion waeloffercd for the printing or all Presi.. 5 75ft 0 50, 8 OKTs 8 50 dential from tho organization or I di8 75v loouau 00 . 7 To gress trfthoxrc,scnt time. Tho calendar was Good leaf...... . J UX&10 50 It (Witl5 50 rs 16 00O! 00 taken uKand several bills passed, fourteen .12 lO< 25 or. thett.helng pension lill. Discussion or . " . a .jfaMLsrellnncous Items. iici.rc,in i" charge or JioVln t Asixoular 'and perhaps fatal ure, luoviu un iinwr nun ine urn vv with Instructions to reduce each occurred u few mornings ago to a item, and tho nggregate thirty percent. After child of Thomas M. Browhlield, a long debate, in which tins proposition was Louisville. Two older children had been severely criticised. Mr McMillan dually withdrew it. The Senate then proceeded to vote playing with the littlo one In the yard, and on the various amendments After agreeing youngest to all the committee amendments the Senate, all went to sleep, tired out. Thoforumuse-men- t, awoke first, and, casting around at 6:10 p. m.. adjourned. espied a swing attached to ono of the House A bill was passed Increasing 10 $2TiO,0uu tho limit ol the public building at trees. Tho board was out, but tho little Oalveston.Tex ;aNoabillupiripr atingjl).-IH.Xmo Toru public building at Oslikosh.U is. Mr. one climbed in and gave tho swing Morrison's resolution lor the rcdiiet on ot the mentum with his feet. In a moment hb surplus to flOO.OWUOa was then considered slipped and his neck caught between tho Alter nn interesting debate, during which ropes, which twisted nbout, and ho was speeches were made by Mtrs. Morrison, Hewitt, Handitll. McKmle. Heed and others. bunged, the child being unable to make nnmbcror amendments were proi ocd and any outcry. His sister nwukeued about rejected. The resolution was finally adoped thut juncture and discovered him. Ho was yeas, l"07; nays, 07. A resolution or inn,uir of the released and medicul aid summoned. Afin regard to an alleged record on n rcort in rererence to It. I). ter long labor respiration was restored, but or St. Louis, wi" introduced by Vending action tho tho little ono went into violent convulsions I.ovry, or Indiana immediately, and all hopes of recovery House at 5 p. in. adjourned. Washington, July IV Senate Tho re- were given up. ports in the Payne bribery cnc were Sherman Adkins, a wealthy farmer livnnd ordered printed. They went on ing nt Greenville, was thrown from his tho calendar, to be called up at anytime mule, which trampled him, crushing in"his privileged mutter. Hills wero reported breast-bonas a and injuring him so seriously to place General Alfred H. Pleasnnton on Selections...-..-Wrappe-th- Common lus.. Medium lugs... Good lugs .... Common leal.. Medium leaf... .11 sasa' 3 4 SO Jhirfea. $2 T.ViJ 3 75 4 fOrt 5 00 5 2W& S 50 little capaci take largo.- but makes them their term without before a United does not need to the United States iw what-- , tlift result a :Sy needsXoto knowof man '"iture. experience would Utioflicb containing a drii of any of them Jnal m a law court, laatof the thinjrs which ipetcnt aro small which would seem r ind ilisiinl to liv s oisuuordinates if hn could witho Pour-- : make' e-meas- .ridipnlrVa thingSf a UnfXtitKLVOt-mntainiX- revuin-mittc- d, act-Me- n two-year-o- ld ) It-itlio(.1U1U N1LHUM.U IMIWI Ml repetition ot'tbem which mostly decides that a mn is not worth his salary. XothingV the whole art of civil or military, is so well settled as that there can bo no proper responsibility in the chief if he havo no discretion in the selection Some capable of his subordinates. men might be found ready to take charge of offices under Mr." Edmunds' bill, but if t.hey did so they would probably at once go to work to break it down. They would let inefficiency and disorder have full swing, and refuse to go into court with trumpery stories about A's coining late, and li s drinking, and C's being unmannerly, and D's spelling badly, and blotting his books, until the public offices became public nuisances, and tho law was repealed. Nothinc is more wonderful in tho Civil-Service President Cleveland does not bc- lieve that measles atTect the spinal col umn except in pension eases; nor that diarrhea causes sore eyes; nor that suicides by drowning and morphine poisoning were tlio result of injuries received in the service. Oil all these points of practical medicine ho take issue with Dr. John A. Logan. St. Louis J'epublican. Logan's boom has got a blow right between the eyes. The National lilaiue Republican Association at Washington, through J. D. Stockbridge, its president, has sent its hearty conjrratu- to itz John Porter upon the recent assurance that "truth is mighty Jho assurance that tuidill prevail." 1110 most wilt impress uogan lsinatiot tho association in tendering its congratulations to tho man he still denounces as a traitor. Detroit Free kns Press. at2ss 1 "&. X An elderly man in Jamestown. D. T., it appears, has been attracting attention by throwing away money and revealing himself as a cousin of Mr. Rutherford B. Hayes, of Fremont, O. The first piece of evidence naturally threw doubt upon the second, and the rrodijral liurchard was committed for lunacy. It appears, however, that he really is a cousin of Mr. Hayes. When there was found among his effects a letter from that statesman offering to pay him his annuity of 203 down if he would take $i, or 2' per cent,, off for cash, tho people of Jamestown could no longer dispute his claim of kinship, though at his desperato o e toll-gat- e - d c post-offic- de-i-a- te fow-day- post-offic- 111. - nrocet-dmgs- , well-trie- to-da- y. , jia-se- d. twenty-nvepe- to-da- y. leg-tslnt- Hill?-bor- o, one-hal- s fifteen-year-o- two-third- ld s ."1 ! 1 - Whit-thoru- e - 11 terror-stricke- e 6. 1&S4-- 5. ;....J19-747.fi:- 12 0 3 52;0,-ifi.TO.- ll n or-rer- $12,-400,0$14.-600,0- 00 e, Post-olli- ce 00 to-da- y e un-"bl- er-da- y. mnk-?nn- rs well-know- n Oak-woo- d Hay-mark- ct to-da- m m to-da- y money-grabbin- o n well-know- n to-nig- at King's-mounta- in Third-avenu- e m m ... - .. King's-mountai- n ten-doll- ar nine-inc- h e. Hod-genvill- e, ..! - - ... "'-- ' " " . " M A :r XL I t -- - sri'Z. ip tt.ri h 'k.'Q i-i.- v -I- W- ' . .. telj-i- fr y 22 y. y'a.3 "1. -- V X. V TALMAGE'S SERMON. Second Discourse of the Series on "Voices of Gardens and Fields." The Chnrch Militant aa the Garden o( Christ It Utbor, Fruit and Flower -- Heirolc Laborer The Voice ' V I or the Gardener. ': I k ? " oecoud ot his series of discourses on 'Voices of Gnnlens ami Fields" at "The y. .Unniptous," taVing for his text: I am come into my garden. Solomon's Sanjr, v., 1. He said: The Bible is a great poem. We have in its faultless rhythm, and lJld nnd "startling antithesis, and rap- Iter. T, DeWiit Tnlnuge delivered the Tt turous lyric, and sweet pastoral, and instructive narrative, and devotional psalm, thoughts expressed in style more solemn tlian that of Montgomery', more ltold than hat of Milton, mere terrible than that of llatito, more natural than that of Wordsworth, more iuipassioueJ than that of l'ollok, more tender than that or Cowper, more weird than that ot Spenser. Thi-great poem brings all the gems of the earth into its coronet, and it weaves the Haines of judgment into its garlands, and pours eternal harmonies in its rhythm. Every thing this book touches it makes beautiful, from the plain stones of the to the daughters summer threshing-floo- r of Nabor filliuR the trough for the camels, of Heslibon up to the and the J'salmist praising God with diapason of storm and whirlwind, and Job leading forth Orion, Arcturus and Pleiades. My text lends us into a scene of summer redolence. The world has had a great many beautiful gaidens. Charlemagne added to the glory of his reign by decreeing that they be established all through the realm dc5ding even the names of the tloweis to be planted there. Henry IV., at Mont poller, established gardens of bewitching beauty and luxuriance, gathering into them Alpine, Tyrenean and French plants. One of the sweetest spots on earth was the garden of Shenstone, the poet. His writings have made but little impression on the world, but his gurden, "The Leusowes," will be immortal. To the natural advantage of this place was biouuhl the perfection ot art. Arbor, and lerrncw, and slope, and rustic tomple, and ie&ervoir, and urn and fountain here had their crowning. Oak and yew and hazel put forth their richest foliage. There was no life nioro diligent, no soul more ingenious than that of Shenstone, nnd all that diligence and genius he brought to the adornment of that one trensured spot. He gave $1,300 for it; he sold it for $S",000. And yet I am to tell you of a richer garden than I have mentioned. It is the garden spoken of in my text, the garden of the church, which belongs to Christ, for my text says o. Ho lought it, he planted it, he owns it, nnd he shall have it. Walter Scott, in his outlay at Abbotsford, mined his fortune; and now, in the crimson flowers of those gardens, you can almost think or imagine that you see the blood or that old mnn's broken heart. The payment of the last $"00,000 sacrificed him. But I huv to tell you that Christ's life and Christ's death wore the outlay of this beautiful garden of the church, of which my text spenks. Oh, how many sighs, and tears, and pangs, and agonies! Tell me, ye women who saw him bangl Tell me, ye executioners ho lifted hiiurfind let him downl Tell me, thou sun that didst hide; ye rocks that fell! ''Christ loved the church and gave himself for it." If the garden of the church belongs to Christ, certainly he has a right to walk in it. Come, then, O Mesed Jesus, walk up and down these aisles, and pluck what Thou wilt of sweffness for Thyself! The church, in my text, is appropriately compai ed to a garden, Leeause it is a place of choice flowers, of select fruits, and of thorough irrigation. That would he a strange garden In wliich there were no flowers. If nowhere else, they would be along the borders or at the gateway. The homeliest taste will dictate d hollysnmethinc, if it be hock or dahlia, or daffodil; but if theiebe larger means, then you will find thelexi-c- n cactus, and blazing aznlea, and clustering oleander. Well, now Christ comes to his garden, and he plants there some of the brightest spirits that ever flowered upon the world. Home cf them are violets, uucouspicuous, but sweet as heaven. You v have to seal en and find them. You do not - ' see them very often, perhaps, but you find where they have been by the brightened , - face of tho invalid, and the sprig of geranium on the stand, and the new window curtains keeping out the glow of the sunlight. They are, perhaps, more like the ranunculus, creeping sneetly along amid the thorns and briars of life, giving kiss for sting; and many a man who has bad in his way some great black rock of .trouble, has found that they have covered it all over with the flowery jessamine T in nnd out amid the revicfs. These fiuWei a in Christ's gurduu are not like sunflowers, gandy in light, but wherever darkness hovers over a soul that needs to be comforted, there they stand, ccreuses. But in Christ's gardea there are plants that may be bet-tcompared to the Mexican cactus thorns without, loveliness within; men with sharp points of character. They ouiil almost every one that touches tliom. They are hard to handle. Men pionounce them uotbing but thorns, but Christ loves them notwithstanding all their sharpnesses. Many a man has had n very hard ground to cultivate, and It h:is only I een through severe trial he has raised even the smallest scrape of grace. A very harsh minister was talking to a Try pi h i.id elder, and the placid elder said to (he harsh minister: "Doctor, 1 do wish you would control your temper." "Ah," said the minister to the elder, "I control more temper in five minutes than fish-pools to-da- y to-da- y; ( Their pultcs never flutter, their nerves never twitch, their indignation never boils over. They live longer than moat people, but their life is In a minor key. They never run up to "C" above the staff. In their music of life they have no staccato passages. Christ planted thorn In the Church, and they must be of some service, or they would not be there; snowdrops, always snowdrops. But 1 have not told yoa of the most beautiful flower in all this garden spoken of In the text. If you seo a century plant your emotions are startled. You say: "Why, this flower has been a hundred years gathering up for one bloom, and It will be a hundred years more before other petals will come out," But I have to tell you of a plant that was gathering up from all eternity, and that 1,900 years ago put forth its bloom nover to wither. It is the passion plant of the cross! Prophets foretold it; Bethlehem shepherds looked upon it in the bud; the rocks shook at its bursting; and the dead got up in their winding-sheeto see its full bloom. It is a crimson flower blood at the roots, blood on the branches, blood on all the leaves. Its perfume Is to fill all the nations. Its breath is Heaven. Come, O, winds, from the north, and winds from the south, and winds from the east, and winds from the g west, and bear to all the earth the savor of Christ, my Lord ! Ills worth if all the nations knew. Sure ttie whole earth would love Mm too. Again: The Church may be appropriately compared to a garden, because it is a place of select fruits. That would be a strange garden which had in it no berries, no plums, or peaches, or apricots. The coaiser fruits are planted in the orchard or they are set out on the sunny hillside; but the choicest fruits are kept in the garden. So in the world outside the Church. Christ has piantad a gri" ftny beautiful things patience, chsrity, generosity, integrity; but he intends the choicest fruits to be in the garden, and if they are not there, then shame oi the Church. Religion is not a mere flowering sentimentality. It is a practical, lifgiviug, healthful fruit not posies, but apples. "O," says somebody: "I don't see what your garden of th? Church has yielded." Where did your asylums come from? and your hospitals? and your instiutious of tuerc3'? Christ planteJ every one of them. He planted them in his garden. When Christ gave sight to Bartimeus he lnid the corner-ston- e of every blind asylum that has ever been built. When Christ soothed the demoniac of Galilee he laid the cornerstone of every lunatic asylum that has ever been established. When Christ said to the sick man, "Take up they bed and of every walk," he laid the corner-ston- e hospital the world has ever seen. When Christ said: "I was in the prison and ye visited me," he laid the corner-ston- e of every prison reform association that has ever been formed. The Church of. Christ is a glorious garden, and is full of fruit, I know there is some poor fruit in it. I know there are some weeds that ought to be thrown over the fence. I know there e trees that ought to be are some cut down. I know there are some wild grapes that ought to be uprooted; but are you going to destroy the whole garden because of a little gnarled fruit? You will n leaves in Fontainebler.u, find nnd insects that sting in the fairy groves of the You do not tear down and destroy, the whole garden because there are n fewspecimeus of gitarled fruit. I admit there are men and women in the church who ought not to be there; but let us be just as frank nnd admit the fact that there are hundreds and thousands and tens of thousands of gloi ious Christian men nnd women holy, blessed, useful, consecrated Bnd triumphant. There is no grander collection in all the earth than the collection of Christians. There are Christian men is this bouse whose reg ligion is not a matter of and church-goinmorning that religion will keep them just as consistent and consecrated in their worldly occupation as it ever kpt them at the ts sweet-smellin- crab-appl- worm-eate- Cbnmps-Elvsee- s. psalm-singin- g. tbeold-tashione- run-riii- night-bloomi- ng rr f ' 5 til.r iff. ' iliP i9 F, VV " - n r '- l'1 f heaTen might not keep your brother from knocking a man down. I had a friend who came to me and said: "I dare not join the Church," I said: "WhyJ" "Oh," be said, "I have such a violent temper. Yesterday morning I was crossing very early at the Jersey City ferry nnd I saw a milkman pour a large amount of water into the milk can, and I said to him: 'I think that will do,' and he insulted me, and I knocked him down. Do you think I ought to join the church?" Nevertheless, that very same man who Was so harsh in bis behavior, loved Christ and could not speak of sacred things without tears of emotion and affection. Thorns without, sweetness within the IWt specimen of Mexican cactus I ever aw. There are ethers planted in Christ's garden who are always radiant, always Impressive more like the roses of deep hue that we- - occasionally find called giants of battle" the Martin Luthers, Bt Paul's, Chrysostoms, Wickliffs, Lati Biers and Samuel Rutherford. What in other aarn is a spark in them is a conflagration. When they sweat they sweat great drops of, blood. When they pray their prayer takes fire. When tbey preach it is Pentecost. When they fight it is a Thermopylae. When they die it is a martyrdom. You find a great many roses in the xardons, bat only a few "giants of Ultl." Jieasay; "Why don't you have more of tham in the church?" I say; "Why don't yoa have in the more , - HwaUddU and Wellingtons." world gives God to mn ten talents; to another one. la this; garden of the Cuurch which . - .."OfcrfcZh planted, I also lad the snow- 4rHyJIeaqtifal but cold lookiug, seiining- phase or winter. 1 rae.iB Christians who are precise in anitnpaioned, pare m n'4r5frsfHrw,, cold. They never sfced .any they nerdr Kt ex ' fit!. iieT any an thinjr rashly! mm ati M.m$ tHtMidlftttiy. sou do in five years." It is harder for some men to do right than for other men to do right. The grace that would elevate you to the seventh - Jr-awoiii-- r tWfiiw, ,? wr There are w oman here of a higher type of chnracter than Mary of Bethany. They not only sit at the feet of Christ, but they go out into the kitchen to help Mnrtha in her work, that she may sit there too. There is a woman who has a drunken husband, who has exhibited more faith and more patience and courage than Ridley in the fire. He was consumed in twenty minutes. Here has been a twenty years' martyrdom. Yonder is a man who has been twenty years on his back, unable even to feed himself, yet calm and peaceful as though he Jay on one of the green banks of heaven, watching the oarsmen dip their paddles in tho crystal river! Why, it seems to me this moment as if St. Paul thiew to us a penologist's catalogue of the fruits growing in this great garden of Christ love, joy, peace, patience, chnr-itbrotherly kindness, geutleness, mercy; glorious fruit, enough to fill all the baskets of earth and heaven. I have not told you of the better tree in this garden and of the better fruit. It was plnntod just outside Jerusalem a gMl while ago. When that trsc was planted it was so split, and bruised, and barked, men said nothing would ever grow upon it; but no sooner had that tree been planted than it budded; and blossomed, nnd fruited, and the soldiers' spears were only the clubs that struck down that fruit, and it fell into the lap of the nations, and men began to pick it up nnd eat it; and they found in it an antidote to all thirst, to all poison, to all sin, to all death the smallest cluster larger than the famous one of Eshchol, which tw o men carried on a staff between them. If the one apple in Eden killed the race, this one cluster of mercy shall restore it. Again, the church in my text is appropriately called a garden, because it i s thoroughly irrigate.!. No garden could prosper long without plenty of water. I have seen a gurden in the midst of a desert, yet blooming and luxuriant. All around was dearth and baxrennoss: but there were pipes, aqueducts, reaching from this gulden up to the mountains, and through those aqueducts the water came streaming down and tossing np into beautiful fountains, until every root and leaf and flow.ee were saturated. That is like the chnrch. The church, is a garden in the midst of a great desert of sin and suffering; but it is well irrigated, for Our eyes are tinto th hills front whence cometh our help. From the moaatains of God's strength there flow down rivers of gladness. There is a river, the stream whereof shall make glad the city of our God. Preaching theGoipel is one of these aqueducts, the Bible is another. Baptism and the Lord's sapper are aqueducts. Water to slake the thirst, water to wash the unclean, water teased high up in the light of the sun of righteousness, show ing us the rainbow aroaad the throne. O, was thereover a garden so thoroughly in J? You know that the beauty of Versailles and Chatsworth depends very much upon the great supply of wutor. I came to the latter 'place, Chatsworth, one day when stran iters are not to be admitted; but by an inducement which always seemed as applicable to an Englishman as an American, I get in, and then tho gardener L went far up aheve the stairs of stone and turned on the water. I saw it gleaming on the dry aavement, coining down from step ta step until it came so fear I could hear the musical rush, and all over the high, broad stairs it came foaatiag, lashing, roaring down, until sunligat-;aB- d 'wave in gleesome wrestle lumblad at my feet So it is with, the Church of god. Everything comes' from above; pardon from above, joy from adopHaa from above, sanctifica-tio- n from aser "O, that now God would turn on the waters of salvation, that they might low dawn' through this and that w might find this to be 'iiatiwith twelve wells of water and and ten palm trees." Hark! I hear tliie latch of the garden gate, and I leek te sea who is coming. I hear thamto'et Christ. "I am coma to-da- y y, the paths. Look at the flowers; look at the fruit; pluck that which thou wilt for thyself." Jesus comes into the garden nnd up to that old man, and touches him and says: "Almost home, father, not many more aches for thee; I will never leave thee; take courage a little longer nud I will steady thy tottering steps, and I will soothe thy troubles and give thee rest. Courage, old man." Then Christ goes up another garden path, and he conies to a soul in troul le and says: "Peace! all is well I huvo seen, thy tears. I have heard thy prayer. The sun shall not snuto thee by day nor the moon by night. The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil; Ho will preserve thy soul. Courage, O troubled spiiit!" Then I see Jesus going up another garden path, and I see great excitement among the leaves, nnd I hapten up that garden path to seo what Jesus is doing there, und lot he is bieaking olf floweis, shnrp and clean from the stem, and I say: "Stop, Jesus, don't kill tho so beautiful flowers." He turns to me nnd says: "I have coma into my garden to gather lilies, nud I mean to take these up to n higher terrace for the garden around my palace, and there I will plant them; and in butter soil ami in better air they shall put forth brighter lenves and sweetor redolence, and no frost shall touch them forever." And I looked up into his face nnd said: "Well, it is His garden, nnd He has a right to do what He will with it Thy will be done" the hardest prayer a man ever made. It has seemed as if Jesus Christ took the best From many of your households the best one is gone. You know that she was too good for this world. She was the gentlest In ber ways, the deepest in her atToctions. And when at the Inst tho sickness enme you had no faith in medicines. You know when the hour of parting had come, nnd whon, through the rich grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, you surrendered that treasure, you said, "Lord Jesus, take it It is the best we have; tako it. Thou art worthy." The others in the household may have been of grosser One day a mold. She wns of the finest. man wan taking me from the depot to a village. He was very rough nnd coar.se, nnd very blasphemous. But after a while he mellowed down as he began to talk of his little son whom ho hnd lost "Oh, sir," he B'tid, "that boy was d liferent from the rest of ns. He never used any bad language; no, sir. I never henrd him use a bad word in my life. He used to say his prayers, and we laughed nt him; but he would keep on saying his prayers, and I often thought: 'I can't keep that child, nnd I said to my wife: 'Mothor, we can't keep that child.' But, sir, the day ho wns drowned, and they brought him m and lnid him down on the carpet, so white and so beautiful, my heart broke, sir, I knew e couldn't keep him." The Heaven of your little ones will not bo fnlrly begun until you got there. All tho kindnesses shown them by immortals will not make them forget vou. There they nre, the radiant thiongs that went out from your homes. I threw a kiss to the sweet darlings. They are all well now in the palace. The crippled child h.is a sound foot now. A little lame child says: "Ma, will 1 bo lame in Heaven?" "No, my darling, you won't be lame in Heaven?" A little sick child says: "Ma, will I be sick in Heaven5" "TJo, my dear, you won't be sick in Heaven." A little blind child says: "Ma, will I be blind in Heaven?" "No my dear, you won't be blind in Heaven. They are all well there." I notice that the fine gardens sometimes have high fences around them, nnd I can not get in. It is so with a king's garden. The only glimpse you ever get of such a garden is when tho king rides out in his splendid carriage. It is not so with this garden, this king's garden. I throw wide open the gate and tell you all to come in. No monopoly in religion. Whosoever w ill may. Choo-- e now between a ilessrt and a garden. Many of you have tried the garden of this world's delight You have found it has been n chagrin. So it was w ith Theodore Hook. He made all the world laugh. He makes us laugh now when we read hi3 poem; but he could not make his own heart laugh. While in the midst of his festivities he confronted a looking-glasauil lie saw himself, and said: "There, that is true. I look just a 1 am, done up in liody, mind nnd puree.'" So it was of Shenstone, of whose garden I told you nt tho beginning of my sermon. He sat down amid those bowers and said: ") have lost my road to happiness. I am angry and envious and frantic, and despise every thing around me just ns it becomes a madman to do. O, ye weary souls ! come into Christ's garden and pluck a littlo heart's-easChrist is the only lest and the only pardon for a perturbed spirit. Do you not think your chance has almost coma? You men nnd women who have been waiting year after year for some good opportunity in which to accept Christ, but huve postponed it five, ten, twenty, thirty years, do you not feel as if now your hour of deliverance, nnd pardon, and salvation had come? O man, what grudge hast thou against thy poor soul that thou wilt not let it bo saved? I feel as if salvation must come y in some of your hearts. Some yeurs ago a vessel struck on the rocks. They had only one lifeboat. In that lifeboat the passengers and crew were getting ashore. The vessel hud foundered and was sinking deeper and deeper, and that one boat could not take the passengers very swiftly. A little girl stood on the deck waiting for her turn to get into tLe boat The boat came and went, came nnd went, but her turn did not seem to ccme. After awhilo she could wait no longer, and she leaped on the tnffrail and then sprang into the sea, crying to the boatmen: "Save me next? Save me next!" On, how many have gone ashore Into God's mercy, and yet you are clinging to the wreck of sin ! Others have accepted the pardon of Christ, but you are in peiil. Why not, this moment, make a rush for your immortal rescue, crying until Jesus shall hear you, and Heaven and earth ring with the cry: "Save me next! Save me nextl" Now is the day of salvation Now! Now! This Sabbath.is the last for some of you. It is about to sail away forever. Her bell tolls. The planks thunder back in the gangway. She shoves on". She floats out toward the great ocean of eternity. Wave farewell to your last chance for Heaven. Oh Jerusalem, Jerusalem, how often would J have gathered thee as a hen gathereth her brood under her wing, and ye would not? Behold your house Is le t unto you desolate. InvivOd to revel in a garden you die in a desert. May God Almighty, before it is too late, break the infatuation. s, to-d- ay e. to-da- At tho cat angle of tho Fort (fronting the largo ravine where tho Uritlsh threogun battery was planted), and extending along tho north lino of tho Fort, bordering tho tho hill facing tho Itrltlbh batteries Present Appwanca and Sur brow of river, the niobt formidable earthacross the works were constructed, and tho solid ramronndinga of tho Hhtorio parts, with their bamons, curtains, etc, are well preserved, although settled materially Spot. from tholr orglnal proportions Tho outlines of the block houses and buttery parapets can be traced very readily The Present Outlook Iotu lhe oia Fort. A line of heavy timber stockades originally ovtended aiound the entiro enenmp-uicnon the north nnd east line, where the nr james i earthworks were erected, this Megs occupies Avtnitu plateau, lo heaviest was placed just below the brow of a stockade catcd on the southeast bank or pickets proof the hill, the Maumco. jected and the tops angle the about fort-liv- e of outward nt an ,hewer, about f degrees, in tho shapo of a choral mllo above i'.V0 l'crrjbbunr. Standing on Its For some distance along tho brow of breezy height, tho vision extends a range bank to t he right of tho west angle of tho of orcrtuent) in les up anduow,, for valley. the there was a double row of these p ort. tho and tho double row also continued lrom Iho locat on wa. no doubt orieinally selected this po nt to the lett until It joined tho heavy as a a.to for the fort on account expanof its cast aujrle, ght sive outlook, us t ell as its strong natural de- - earthworks to the r row of tho commenced. again where tho smglo OLD FORT MEIGS. lasting t: lel How Tale Yon Aret mentat Washington Is a sketch maae.T1' Joseph H. J.iirwell. July 19, 16Uitheday prior !f3iently,0 clamation of one lady to the opening of the second slegei, WBCUJ", Is not a Peasant one manifestly. In part incorrect, although n to ht-,;i.. tM ... nnd adopted by Losing in a kindly one, for it sets the ono addi essedto by Henry "Field Hook of the War of 1H1IV Howe, in h's Ohio IHstrvrlf.il Collections, ana icU&ap,Jrii,esLerof th0 fact that ..he in. ty H.s Kuapp in his history or tue .muuuw a reason good health, and leads her to seek therefor. Pallor is almost always Valley. attendant upon tho first stages ot consumption. The system is enfeebled, and the inoou is impoverished. Dr. "Golden Medical Discovery" xvill Pierce's a tonic act as Jhe system, will enrich the impoveruPn ished blood, and restore roses to tho cheek. . & DR. JOHN BULL'S i Smith's Tonic SymD FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES The proprietor of this celebrated medicia justly claims for it a superiority over all ever offered to ths public for the SATE, CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, whether of short or long standing. He refers to the eatire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to tho truth of the assertion that in no cue whatever will it fail to cure if the directions are strictly followed and carried out In a great many cases a single dose ha been sufficient for a cure, and whole families have been cured by a single bottle, witn a perfect restoration of the general health. It is, however, prudent, and in every case more certain to cure, if its use is continued in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been checked, more especially in difficult and cases. Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels in good order. 8hould the patient, however, require a cathartic medicine, after having taken three or four doses of the Tonic, a single dose of KENTS VE0ETABLE FAMILY FILLS will xeia-edi- es long-standi- FOR THE CURE OF one-hal- dc-frfs-o. 1 ck-et- "Sfe2t v Ly-- M - Eajlt. Special attention is called to the adver tisement, elsewhere in this paper, of Dr. H. ' II. Oreen & Sons, of Atlanta, Ga. They nmke a specialty of treating Dropsy and Its complications. Their offer to furnish ten days' treatment free by mail, vith full (Up the vnllev from tho Fort: battle ground of fallen timbers in tho j directions and guaranteeing radical relief distance) j from tbu first dose ot their medicine, xvoald eem 10 inuicate that they mean business An earnest and well-rected effort Is boinf and fairness. They nre graduates of one ran le by the peoplo of Northwestern Ohio, and by piom nent citizens in every quarter of tho oldest colleges in Georgia. of the State, to locate the proposed Soldiers' and Sailors' Homo upon this spot, which t Tnr.RE is an boots not only most appropriate, but is, in n hj and shoes, the increased movement in every trade says. Evidently gien c sense, and in every other way esp r exercise, chilly adapted to it On this subject Mr' body is going in for Kate II Sherwood, PnM'rcsidont or thoXa tlonal Itellef Corps, in n well written d "I Iove ricr Better than tlfe," torlai lu the Sumfuy Journal, dated Juv I Woll. thon. xv hv don't X'ou do something sujb: to bring back the roses to her cheeks and the light to her eyesi Don't you see she is suffering from nervous debility, the result A bottlo of Dr. of female weaknoss? xvill be sufficient. TJSE no ot'aer pilL Pierco's "Favorite Prescription" Price, SL00 per Bottle; Six Bottles brighten those palo cheeks and send now lifo through that Trusting form. If you love her, take heed. LrooXlyn d out-doo- A Statzjj Isiavd fichool-tache- r has just Inunched a yacht which he has "Rattan." It is a tort of Lircbbark. chri-.tone- - DR. JOHN BULL'S The Popular Remedies of the Day. Bala St., LOdSTILLE, ST. for5. Youno iiOTNEKEEPEit (to butcher) "Are they succulent chops!'1 Butcher ".No, mum; they're mutton chops." Hair Renew er than from any similar prep(IHrdscre View of Fort for certainly there i no upot 'u the State, or In tho territory for many miles wet and northwest, that will favorably Tenses, .om-pnro SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. BETTnn results aro derived from Hall's with it as a polut ot extensive observation and scenic beauty. From aboo for manv miles tho siUery waters are seen, spHrklliu' and Hashing in their rapid How over their rocky bed, winding anions tho pretty green islunds and past the rich bottom lands, cohered with rlpemnjr tra n. At the foot of the Fort the rap Is end nnd the head of steam nav gation commences The river cont lines its wind ng way among thci-hinuna bottom lands, but widens perceptibly after leav nir the Fort The banks aro lined with groups of nntUe forost trees, thr.fty oichurds and 'vineyards and ds Meigs, from tho Xorth), Outside this stockade 300 sycamore barrels (sections of hoiiow sjcamoro trees, cut in lengths ot tloor six feet and tilled w th stones and gra eli were held to their places by ropes close- to the stoekado Tho inten tion was to cut theo iooeto be hurled down the steep bluu" in tho event of a storming party attempt ng to take tho fort by assault. Thero were thico outer gates to tins stockade for tho passajrn of troops and teams one at a roadway lead nsr down from nbout tho center of to the the line running along the brow of the hill, (Down tho small ravine, oil the east through which lhe t'arr.son was. for a angle of the Fort). time, supplied with water: one, to the right of tho south nuglo of tho Fort, where the "Should the Hoard of Trustees locate the forges and repar shops were located; one, Oh'o Soldiers' Home ut this spot, tho timo ll to the right ot the cast angle, on tho military coming when tboy will receive the plaudit, not only ot the r own people, but of the I non, which holds m this historic spot 1 doublu share " ritr aration. If you suffer with chills and fever, tako yer's Ague Cure. It will cure you. lamp like a Wiit is a good good husband I Because it never goes out at night. TiiEr.n is a Means of Eradicating local diseuso of the skin that can be relied on, viz. Glen.n's Sulpiiuu Soap. Hill's Him aa-WuisKEK Dye, Black or Brown, Mc. Ax attached couple that are always separating a pair of shears. base-burnd Principal Office, 831 ui 1 DR. RADWAY'S THE ONLY CENUINC Sarsaparillian Resolvent! The Great Blood Purifier BLOOD Fkazut. Axli: Gkeam: xvill lasttxvoxveeka, all others tw o to three days. Try it. "All the xvorld's i. stage," but the fare does not suit every body. Relief is immediate, nnd n euro sure, Tiso's Remedy for Catarrh. 50 cents. When TilXTS CI1UOX1C BHICX ITISX, TAMCO": TOSS, BKOMHITIS COXSlalTIOX, CUKRltBlBIUTT, KID-SE- T DISULSrS ORiXIL, BLADBER COSPUU5TS, SCB011LL, OLD SORtS, SkIS DIStASIS For the Cure of nil Chronle Wx-ium-o-. r 4 V THE PIANO PLAGUE. ISeriln Jllrrtrieburs Ilumitno and Tu- (Acros the Fort, and down the pretty residences. Ten miles below, over a low lying headland, tho church sp res and many or the lofty build ng In the growing city of Toledo como into icw. At one stands upon the old fort and dr'nks in th s beautiful vision, he is overcome w th sympathizing pity for tho savage natives who named the rlverthCMotnerof atcrs" and to whom it was so rondlr endeared that many brave lives wero sacrificed n Strug gling to return ,t from the gra-- of the white man The outlook from Fort 5Io!gs embraces many miles n extent and every foot of tho soil within range of the vision has been p mado sacred by deeds of heroism In tho his- - t...rrir''' t"1' JT S f-M- ' Valley, from tho West Angl). road lending to lower Sandusky. Tho line of the-- e stockades can bo followed. In many pian(-killeplaces. by the depressions in tho ground can-c- d by their decay; time, however, has destrocd every vest'go of tho stockado ltelf. excepting the decujed fctunips under tho surface. At the southwest extrem'ty of tho Fort nas the main defense, constructed niter the outer ramparts had alt been completed (probably between the tlrst nnd e ond slegesi. After it was t!n'ued tho ottlcers quarters, store-house-s and magazine were morcd Into it from tho opposite end of tho Fort. Tho first und second locations of tho magazines aro marked by mounds, euch to weep, which softened the he.i't !"l rT! ; "' -- " of the electrician, who was, however, -- . - S" . ' & " tdfe " j &r!- Ttf :Vi. J"V rC:-.--t i- - Iryon have catarrh, uso the surest remeIt contemporary, that a private scholar ii dy Dr. Sago's. m a ruined man if next door to his rcsi? An itching for notoriety is not enough to temple of Fame. denr-- on the same floor a in.vden prae; seenru a u'teU m the tices on the piano from eight o'clock THE MARKETS. to twelve in the morniiisr. and in the ClMINNTI. .Tlllv'20 afternoon again from three to seven, c -. f.lVi:S'H bolides giving performances to frienib S 1 5J ( Imico r.illcherx 40 t 10 in the cveniii";. Knocking against tie IlOfS? ominon Si 4 if. ;kw1 Piicuirs 3;sr ii 4 00 imm! to cho cc wall, whistling, bombarding the wall 5111.1.1' rroprlctonDr. lluilirnT's Iteiidy Kellef and nf ICidwuy's VJUs. ;j tw fo .1 W LOU with boots, is all of no avail against CHAINK Family Xo. --' ltd... 77 4 Wheal St 71 . . . . No 3 nil indecJ, There has, -' i '6 Porn No '1. mixed been no remedy, and wc ate hitherto Outs No im.acd at (.. to Hje Xo. 2 still waiting for a piano tax. Latelt, HAY Timothy Xo. JO 50 6' 11 M I.onf.... . i.OJ Qt, 7 60 however, a Berlin electrician has helped TOU.rco-Ie(liu- m .. b 00 tit S Hi dood I.eat .. . r. a tortured friends by means of a PltOVIiMi Xr I'oi k Mess ... .11 50 6 ii To C'i Ijinl l'r.ine ) btcam . Mis Else fled to her lovel Inn-!in 65 13 piano on a lovely spring day; her de- BUTTKIt treamuiy Dairy 17 15 it, Oh o XX.. H. XX. GREHV cfc SOIXJS, 01 46 light at touching the keys could be fat API'l.C l'rine Specialists for Eleven Years Past, POTA'IOES new, per barrel .. 1 Si tS n 00 through the wall, when suddenly ol, Hxve treated Dropsy and Its complications with tha XEW VOIIIC. most wonderful success; uso vepetablo renicdies, heavens! the whole piano wentout if harmless Ileuiove all tjmptoms of druprf In 2 01 $.i 40 I enty tune and not a singlo sound wis FLOrtl -- Stale ami WuMortl fe 7'i ctglit topniieais days. KAIN Wheat Xo.S Chlciij-prunouncea nopeiess dj uie inn. oi vure p: correct. The girl trembled with fea No 2 red J phytlclani'. 47V5 4t Corn No 2 uiixed From Hie first dose tne symptoms rapidly disappear, door heaid and the operators next '"' of all symptoms ara (iHt and In ten da J a at least through the wall how she begin pOltlv-M- ets mixed II fl Ki remov cti. humbuir without knowlaa anrthlre SimemiTcrr i valu tblo Invention. is no secret, says .t continental Wiinv is nn umbrella liko perspiration! it passes through the pores. - Radway's Sarsaparillian Rsolvinf. Humors and Sores of all kinds, particularly chronic diseases of the fkln. arc curetl with erca certainty br a conte of It.VinVAY'SSAJlSAPJW I'.ILI.IAN. xVe mean obtlnato cases that have ra.' rlsted all other treatment. DIABETES CURED I IXHIISIAXA. MO. Dni Badwat Dear Sir: 1 have ucd all your remedies with Rreat succos In practice, ana the way I found f.vror with your Reolvent,H cured ma physicians had Riven meup. of lliabetcs after threemy 1 detected a change in urino in two hours alter the nrstdo-c- . and three bottles cured me. PARE. THOrf. O. Your friend, of extraordl-nxr- y A remedy composed of lneredient medical prcwrtlc, esoentialto purify, heal, down and wasted repair and Inripirate the broken body, bcldbyalldruczits. Jlabutilc. 1H. K.UIWAY Jk CO., X. "V"., cuniio liv 1 Ln 1 1 HI I 1 piano-mani- a. 1 r .T- '." DWSY two-third-s v 1 1 ly o & - furiously attacked by his friend whin attempting to restore its music to to instrument, the enraged savant sweating that the tortures which ho had from the piano were not to jo Tho case'of atoned for so easily. Else's piano became widely known, chiefly because now and then the dd clear "music returned to the keys. Tie greatest musieians and pianist doctors ed about It. neuieraber. It docs nut cost roil anything to realize the merits of our treatment - for yourself. la ten dajs the brcattuiis- is ....$3 li pulse recular, dtcculty or orsans made rciie-e- a. tna FI.OCK to discharge the uriuary 79 77, Xo. 2 Ked,.... GUAIX-Wli- eat their full uuiy, siccp is resiorea, me swcn 77i app ft VJ nearly cose. tho strength Increased, and of lontr stand- No. :lCh ciiko bnriux .... o5 2 rood. XVeareconstantlycurinzcaes ConJ-- No in?, cases t list hare been tappev a number of times. 2U!,i Ont'V-R5 isd the patls.it declared enable tohow a weeK. utra lite ... o . lti lone afflicted, full hi'tory of case. Xame sex. Si 75 9 S" POHK Me- how badly swollen and where, are bowels ciwtlve. liars .. . C liHJtt C C5 blenm LAHI Ires bursted nnd dripped water. Send for free pamphlet, rontilninstc'iln'onials. questions, etc. BAI.TI.MOKK Ten days' treatment furnished free by mail. ,.m"co r. c rumiiv KlUeiy (tits) posltliely cured. vi.ont W beat Xo. 2 If JOU onier irisusenti lo cents in stamps to pay OltAIN .v; U postage. 45H i. ii. ii. ;. ....- -. Corn Mixed 00 fifc o. --- LAUD We item Meain CHICAGO. - fe 5 A AC - ifiSi ft0! ?J j&' T2V "i AivLfjr' , the- N'orth Angle, looking East; Dudley burial ground on tho r ght, marked by a dead walnut tree). tory of the country A hrosd ravine, lend about three feet high nnd twenty feet ing from the fort on tho rght, affords a In dintneter The xvell defined outlines of glimpse of the pretty town of l'crrjsburg, th s main defense are portraved m thn aclialfhMdon b tho luxuriant tres which company ng'llustrat on Jtwasln theshapo line Us brond nvonues, ami on tho brow of a parallelogram, tho cast and wet lines ot a small arm of tho ravlno nre still being SiO, and the north and south lines KM to be seen the outl ncs of n Uritlsh battery feet in length, measuring from the outer which did torrlblo execution during the corners At each anglo there were strong s ego. and was gallantly captured. In tho blockhouses which were connected together foreground, a fow rods from the Fort, on a from their inner corners by a stout timber pa lade Outs dc of thepickctsand around green hill top. i tho burial spot of fortr-tlv- e or wall of of Dudley's bravo command, whose graves tho blockhouses was a glacis sloping outTo tho left of earth about e ght feet thick, havo never been disturbed. ravine, lead'ng toward the river, twenty ward from the feet of tho p'ekets, covered this rods from the Fort, fl an elevated, narrow with heavy fuclncs extending to a ditch, point known as "Indian Hill," wheroGeueral originally about fifteen feet wide nnd eight Ilovr vDown the ltavino towtrd I'crrrshurg, from Whenthe electro-magne- t. ever a strong stream of electricity wis turned on its effect could easily bo felt through the wall by the horizontal steel springs in the piano, and although the electricity xvas not very powerfully felt it xvas quite powerful enough to put the piano out of tunc. "Whenever the electric stream xvas stopped, xvhich occurred as often as the victim of the piano plague went out, the mystical influence- stopped and iliss Else could play. I'all Mall Gazelle. came in ilocks to examine tho straiife ease, but no one could solve the riddfc, hich xvas finally explained as follows: was put irro A large elcetro-magnthe room of tho tortured savant, and ts pole was put close to the wall, against which stood the piano in the next house. An electric battery xvas ct I.nru Hemic" CATTIX Kirt tmulitv. HOGS PUOVISIOXS o.it vi,flPork - Alois . ..to m 4 &. an oo fe fO Th,- - 'ir.oy. 874 5--J 'i i, SCHOENHAX' ;i-kj- -- marietta St., Atlanta, Ga. i. 45 f t7' 70 IXDIAXAPOLKS. "RENAISSANCE" SOAP. (Copyright Secured.) Thero is nothing riore pleading than sof,smwUio skill, freu from sores, blotches nn.l pimples. K".Vu tl Ii the lest cansnfslycanranteeour cure for nil utci-e- s of the skin nnd scalp that has you a ever been presented to the public If use tUar.lxiiUhjul. charming complexion, "Kfiuns-- t cents per cake, bold by all met' .srij. l'rico. w"l be sent of load!nsdrucgisf.or3cake l" mail on receipt of 75 cents by XX (orn 0.it- Wheat Xo 2reJ med Xo in 1 m d .... . . 5 Ci 4fc 3) LOUISVILLE. Xo 2 red . Flour-- A GK.VIX-Wh- e.it ..? 01 fjiru OH. es m xed xed POKIC-m- LAKI) team .. i 0 ft 71 tn IS it H m 00 6' fc 3 00 nlre i tx CIACIXXATI SOAr COMPAXT. Cincinnati. Oolo. Bole .Manufacturers, BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red Lines on wrapper. mmpSUtJS.mimmm1mWWuWWWWWWm toned Ami W yonr nearest dealer for them. Illustrated catalogue mailed free by the manufacturers, LYON 4. H EALY,162Statc Sr. Chicago. GLAJDSTONE-PARNEI?Sed lathe world. Warranted to stand tn any climate. t3fls tbe finest most durable VlsM-- V As Ill A BERRY RACKET. on 3,000 Agents Wanted forthe New Book. X 3r the rmtnit author. Hot.T.r. O'Cot'COK.-- byI'.for llox. lArnrjmol. and lOL McWaDC. tM). and endorsed '. S. I'ABsrLU A thrilling hlstorr of Irish opprrfUm and the mioht)ttrvfjle jo JIomcIiMle that ia note rock ing the British Empire to Hs erntrr; also ISiocraphles of the leaders- - A work from high authority of iiitenit. rtcAly lllunrateil and in immense elrmnnd. Apply quickly to llMiltAKO ltUWr.W.,CUtUnitl, 6. It Is Wnrkril Careful the Kconoraie e. House-Wif- S S Qreat Irish Struggle -- rs 'hJ-- - -jz .r" " rauirj v2 -- i hj L- j r-, jr ., 5-- -- ? pj My dear wife," ho saiil, as he came anil found her crying, xvhilo three quarts of berries reposed in a pan on the table, "I need not ask tho cause of your sorrow. I know it About an hour ago a huckster came along here shouting: 'Berries! Berries! Eight cents a TCURE "FIT'SI a tlcia and then bar them return again, f moan a rmdl. cal esrc I bars rasde the disease or FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLtNOSICSNKiMaliralonfStadT. I warrant my remedy to cars tbe wont cases Bacasss others bar failed is no reason tor not now receiving a cure, tund at onee for a treatise and a Free Bonis of ray infallible remedy. Giro Kxpress and Post OTiea, It costs jotf nothing for a trial, and I will cor you. Iddrcis Sr. XL O. SOOT, lea Pearl 8t. Kew York. When Issjcure I aoims - s " 1 Attacked ld l)T H (Greenville (III.) Special. Itald K.cle. al-ov- he-ita- te-'da-jjr very-plac- e thsje-aeor- e his way to the pasture the bird swooped down on him and fnstening its talons in bis clothes raised him in the nir, soaring Stfferal feet with him, when his clothing parted and the child dropped to the ground. The youth's screams brought to hfh his father, who was fonunntely near by, and his presence frightened the eagle away. Mr. Wright offers to give twenty-fiv- e adorned by the of the image of the National screamer, to the party who wiU Jring in his body, dead or alive. m The Cw at the fSt Mary's (Kan.; Enterprise. One of the main features of the Indian on the Pottawatomie reservation last (Sunday, we are told, was the task of eating a. whole cow in two hours' time. It was successfully performed. cart-wheel- A bald eagle made an attack upon the seven-year-oson of Washington Wright near Mulberry Grove. As the boy was on s, War-Danc- e. war-dan- ce iatomygaf. rL i.r-- "Pans-fi--. i - ; Hnninnnnt'''.:'.r.'--i&lk&-JL - r t-- - o I tut Jew I u we have a acres of land this year with a liorna that h iniroluutid ona year ago for eighty warn C, cultivated An enerrcticladof Spartanbiircr, S. twenty-tw- o i (Across tho river from the Fort, where tho main British batteries wero planted). Harrison loented nn ndvance iIcl.ct puard: feet deep. Near tho blockhouse at the northit xvas the s.to of nn extensive Indian como-ter- east nnglo of th s stronghold, on the brow of the hill, was the main battery, where Harriwhich fuct pitvo It its name Dudwntchlng the One mile down the river on the opposite son stood over the river.movements of men idc. Is tho villujre of Miami the site or Fort ley's tho parado ground, about midway beOn M atn, oecup'ed bv the Hnt.sh (iencrk. extavera I'roctordur utr tho slece Across tho river, tween the grandFort nt tho and the outer h 11, brow of the tremity of tho opposite Fort Me 'ss is tho tovrn of Maunicc, ts the olticers burial ground. Lieutenant famous in historic lore: occupying a promi- Walker's griix-- xvas surrounded by a neat nent position on n Muff bank, in the lower p cket fence and marked by a hcadstono, part of town, were located tho llritish mortnr erected to h s memory by his friends; those, butteries during the unpleasantness, and tho disappeared, the outl ncs aro Btlll distinctly vislbln: on tho however, have long since off by Flteof thn Presbyteriun and M. E. churches latter having been carried tractp'ecemenl in the south Tho small were plnnted the main Uritlsh pun batter.'cs part of tho which did such terrible execution, ami wero burial place Fort, dedicated principally as a for the "Pittsburgh IHucs." has l. captured by Colonel Dudley's, jrnllnnt been staked off nnd never disturbed. Tho About two miles above Maumeo in field on the river's bank, southwest of tho l'resiue lle Hill, the scene of tho "Uattlo of Fort the burial ground or tho garrison Is Fallen Timber." still enveloped by tho green sod which first rnrsuxT AiTK.inAxcu or tout neios. covered It. Many of the heroes xho defended Fort When tho Fort wns built the timber was Meljcs In 18i:i have X'iited tho spot in Into cut dovn on every sldo lor a quarter of a ears, and havo expressed their surprise mllo or more, in order to provont surprlso j that the or jrlnal contour of the Fort has from the Jndinns and also to give unobbeen so well preserved. This is accounted structed range to tho cannon which for by the fact that u luxur ant and tho Fort. Tho large, handsome trees sod has preserved the embankments grow ing In tho pretty ravlno east of the Fort from tho etteots of storm and rain, and tho havo all grown upslncethedateof tho siege. proprietor of the domain and the patr otlo Immediately after tho close of tho war. citizens of the community havo prevented tho town of Orleans of tho North (located on the sacred soil from boinjr disturbed. the bottom lands, between Fort Meigs and The Fort proper covers a space of about tho river) becamoqultonn important frontier fourteen acres. As one stands upon tho point: the town of Pcrrysburg was laid out ground, the most prominent fenture Is tho by tho Government, however, on tho elevated Krand traverse, extenilinir nearly parallel banks below. In 1S10, and tho once pretenxvlth the river, from the northeast c.xtt emit' tions village of Orleans beenmo a thing of of the Fort, a d stanco of l.iuo feet, to tho the past: It is now known only In history, ran n entrenchments at tho opposite point. with nothing to mark tho spot w hero it onco It was orjtmally built twenty feet wide and existed. Tho Fort was then garrisoned by twelve teeth ch: It hns fllnco settled about fnrtv Boldlers. under a , Lieutenant: they three feet, but otherwise still retains its origi- wero withdrawn in Ma-- 1815, and tho four nal shapo and proportions, and is covered heavy cannon, which were there, and tho with preen sod. This hupe einbankmeut was military stores wero taken to Detroit by built n a placo of rctieat. in the event of Captain Jacob Wilkinson. In tho schooner any of the outer works be nif taken by ltlack Snuko. SInco that timo Fort Mclgf storm, and shorter traverses were alo has been lert to the solo care of thoso who erected at right angles w.th it from tho owned the estate upon which it is located. brow of tho h 11 and on the opposite side, ex- nEUMON OF VEST.KAJ.-- OF THE XVAIt OF 1812 tending- southward, as a protection from a AT FOHT MEIGS. Hank movement or tho enemy. Four openIn Juno. 18711, thero was an excursion of ings are to be seen in the grand traverse of to Fort (three of them about twelvo feet in width), veterans of tho war wero1812 attendanceMcles. Tho In nnd qu'te a number which wcreor.ginally covered xvith massix-of reception given them by the citizens untimber gates, through wh'ch the artillery passe-- l : the one nearest the northeast end Pern sburg was governed by the most reverence for the was larger than the others, hax'ing double bounded hospitality nnd of whom were then In gates opening directly onto the military road old heroes, many eighty years of age. At the tho lead ng from the Fort to Lower Sandusky no'ghborhood of head of the columu which marched to tho (now Fremont). nn old tlagwhieh had waved Outside or tho grand traverso toward the Fort was borne tho siege. It the battlements river bank, about flvo rods distant from overtorn and stained during tho smoko of with this double gateway, the well which supplied was and on Its low er border was Inscribed the garrison with water was located. It has battle "'"-'Squad, d d long snee been almost ent relv filled up, in gilt letters: O. Com'd, 1st was owned st II. however, leaving a deep depression. Brigade. 1st Dlv., Militia." It County, O , McChesney, Tho spot is marked by a white oak post ex- by David n the chargeofofWarren tending about eight feet out of the ground. and was Irvine, during tho his father-in-law- . r xrar. Forty-fouThis is the end of a st ck of timber sixty feet Colonel old heroes were present upon this lonsr. brought from Svv anton two weeks pr or of the among whom Interesting to the great celebration of 1SW as acontnbu-tlo- n following: occasion, Leslie Coombs,xrcre the ono of General from the patriotic citizens of that comthe Dudley's munity toward tho erection o f a log cabin on gauntlet; men who successfully ran celeNavarro, Harr son's Peter the Fort in honor of the hero of tho hour. brated scout: Colonel Charles S. Todd. Harh'g General Harr son, who tths then tho V aud others moro or less candidate for President. During the night rison's after Its arrival, some mlschevious joung distinguished.veterans, at the time of their From these nc'gn-borhotho taen of Democratic proclivities indropped it reunion on the old Fort, was obtained much upended the stlok and forego-lnc- r conta'ned in to the bottom of the well, defiantly planting of the Information Unfortuna'clvthethe onlr on. a hlcko;y bush in the totofltt thereto plan aescrlDt Hols oa file 1 w war of Fort linca y, o relic-hunter- s. coin-mnnio aide-de-cam- quart or three quarts for twenty-fiv- o cents!' " 'It was a glorious opportunity, sis you thought, to save a cent, and you rushed out and took three quarts. Yon had scared' entered the house when heard something drop. You stood for a moment like one paralyzed. Then you flung yourself down in that chair iiad began'to kick and squall, and the iron still burns your soul. However, my dear, brace up and let it go. You havo bought dozens of quarts of berries this year, and on each occasion the man has measured his big thumb with the berries and bcateriyoujuut of a cent and a half. Ho is bound to get ahead of you in some way, and tears aro of no avail. Rather set to work and plug up tho hole in a quarter and pass it off on him sorno cloudy day."- Detroit Free Press. i fWEBCS jCALE WORKSt BUFFALO.!.' FOR S.ILE BY ALL DRUGGISTS th IT H TAKE NO OTHER. ASK FOB THE W. L. DOUGLAS every pair warranted. 1 ale none unless stamped W.X.Ioucls' MOT Shoe. Warranted." Congress. nation and Lace. Hoys aaic Douglas' for tho W. ISame, stvlts as Qsi 3!r Shoe. fl2.nof,iwlm. If ..... n. ...mnn, ihMi, ahnca from deal. ' Tft l r oind srfdress on postal V. V " oN card to W. U. Douglas, iJ-llrocKton, Mass. rfiiTOmSSgg i Unil?rv Mar WU.S.STANDARD SCALES WEEKS PATENT COMBINATION BEAM. MANurACTuncnm or V ?? ? emu. For gale on Easywatered. soil, srell and pamphlet ruralshedfreeonappllcatlon to W.X. tCiXHES. 1SS Washington bt--, Chicago. V tl! ?' ll DOLLAHSeaehforlfewandl'er. I fl Warranted years, bent on trial MACHINES. Write for rREE circular with WWestJ. monials from eery iiUtft Gf.OKOE 1AYE & CO., ts W. Monroe SL. Chicago. lle W Ifdesired. Buy direct and sareJIS saatotm. Onrans irirea as premiums. &! il Both Told the Truth. Two men were engaged in a very hoi discussion in front of tho other day. Finally- ono of them blurted out: You're a liar!" You're another!" was the prompt reply. A mutual acquaintance who was standing near came forward and saidi "Gentlemen, give me your hands. agree with both of j'ou." The final settlement of the dispute xvas indefinitely postponed. Merchant post-ollicet- FRENCH DECOMTIVE - OBEST TArmUajjgBjBW hand painting, Easily applied. Send for price-lis- t aad full dlrrctlons7HOrFJsIA.. X BKOm.. Mala Street, ClnclaasUL, OUa. ARTDESI6NS. Kew method of decorating Sllt. Satlna, Vase. riaques, Lampsbades, etc. Can not be detected from " Thiaei-ra- 13 $50 t er REWARD fl fgl ssiaalsi afasasaWarffSttT oar l'ateat HUN ARCH Grata and Peed Heparatar aad Bac Mr Mill iMprwTe4 Wara-Im- k tia offer chtaa. Price Lin mailed free. KEWARK MACHINE will be raid tot asy Grata Faa s nune site tkat esa cleaa aad tag a Bach Grata or Seed la one day afl L AD I aodhovrtopreaerrethem. CS-Hea- ltha sut9 nt Traveler. Coluaakas, Ko Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes. relehrmlrt MAt.T. lUoml BBI1ILE CosablneU. can not be slipped by any horse. Sam ple Halter to any part or the U.S. free, on receipt of 1. Sold by all Saddlery, Hardware and llarcess Dealers. Special discount to thH nd for I'rire-l.ist- J Trade. J.C LiauTnoL'tx.Kocbestcr.X.T. CI ! work is full of important inform-tio- n to eTery woman. Scrrrmaxoa re ceipt of address and 5 starapa, wis exthact dikdiccikuo 4mxi, MKM. The attention of a policeman ol Leith was attracted one night recently by a t izable brook of port wine, which flowed from the pate of a large warehouse into aneigliboringsower. Making sure that it was good wine and worth saving, the policeman aroused the warehouse manager, and it was found that a large vat had burst its hoops, permitting 1,200 gallons of wine to ran out upon tho floor, which was flooded to the depth of several inches. Assistance was called in, and some 20Q gallons were ladled up and saved, but 1,00( gallons ran away. talk about charitable institutions. Nowadays, if a man goes to tho workhouse and gets a supper and lodging, he's got to do something ia the Way ol My etan, sir, J worktojoav for !r.IlE" OPIUM klna Hfsblt Gawcsl ta 1 tW-Sc- Hso's Remedy for Catarrh to th Vest, Essies:- - to Use, and Cheapest. I Samples worth A. Write KIIKh. HeutacsE,aaay,assa. asKHSTsa VtTVrC M AC11I N'E.onIv S2.7V Pat'd. AjrU waateA. A rCinuEi drt-s-s HEZIN CLAUK, Dollar. Tm. Coa BAT. $5 TO SSLtnesnotunderthehorse'sfeet.SI. sami uii Also F.oo.1 Or Cold In the Bead, Headache, Hay Fever. 4c soccnta. 1 TNIOX COnrflEof LiW.Oitcaeo.rallTeraibe' U Klnstept TFurclrculsradiUlTBOQTH.CIiicat. ftLF!fBAf.F FRVALC COLtSSE. nfuea vn norm ot Cincinnati, aaaret HKV, L. U. iVTTKK. 0.1glaeala.a 1TA5BKRBILT USITERS1TI, NaahTlJa.l f In Its 7 Uepartraenta ACAUKiria TUilZ OISIiniNO. PUAHMACT. DlLVraUMlWCAUTMav logical-oDe- rs aupeinor adantas t tias"1 freo. Address TEt-ECPIAPH- a. - nSCDCKatWLAWS;Craecra,parfrom r ULsJlCnOcommlssloni: Deaertei-arelle- 30 rears; ed; Pension and increase; experience uteris or no fee. W rite for circulars' and iawa. A. W. McCOl'.MICK & SON. A "Yes," said the tramp, "folks maj Cincinnati. Ohio. WU.S WI1.UAX9. sscasiasi. : absniutely enred. shortest possible pain Utime. Ncw.infaHibiercincdr Nota particle book I'nrwhcn cured. IIaodome City. Sfe. DILC. J WEATHKKUV. Kansaa free. APiUM HABIT Y Mstmrm furnlsDed. Write Valbxtisb: Hess. "A.N.K.-- E. f aewasat eari , vS?i m1 tinker kai rtaaina, Dcrt don't call that rharity,'r it : $250 A MOXTH. AfW Wasted. JIM srlltmarticleslDths world lsamplrXJIJ Audrtts j A- - HHOMion, Bsrraw WHEN WRITING T A ! aay yutt MW liM AAV Si J. i 7- - L J 4 ,i M&r--Trf- jZ. Ltfssr w ., ,1,-- . , ,7 ' " .ss. 48hwubwiShm1. a - - wnwrtw stafeisfw -i- -,s'' ;""s-- t' y .. , u j, (Mt-ir- t.- . IjOQMj NEWSv-- . ;, r u - .j,.-.- . ,TI5S ADELLG ALLEN. T'rinrin.1. ,. We aw nthoriz?t to anHOtitice Hon. cpt 1 heir mignattaa, and Lours IX tXork capUnlttU Who announce-- , that the regu-- r W. .1. STONII as a candidrvte for re elecr.is.dend. Fail Mion of tins institution will tion to CangrMi. Subject to thc action of willingness to famish tne i.cccs- - Ite Ministry will step dora am! before the hour of ceremony, we. ;,:... ?".. 'V. -. i:mH'..-t..i.- . I for the iniinediate & t, in Abotliennff to tho voiee of c:u ,.k- uiticiunto tho happy commence i.Juey the Democratic party. wirJ. VGVST SO. X8S0, . .. npiiuiir-iiiiuImMrttplt. WISH- ?: . in uiunnini't Iimltitfiac urn (OlUltlCIIOIi )I ta.il , J. lOfeMnin ... f :. iiv fc. levjm. un it. v.m, ami. IS a iiii" t. p.Li:iiiiiti. nvn . v .o ' r, " She Will Have sne i cornpelnt aa'irttann pi;r i FCli CIRCUIT JjUDGK. .....I 5 T. , ,r- - .. , t.- - .... Literary Department v. mav be netvleil, nu om mn, uui uis rftiilest p : nrin-"5tho costs We arc authorized to announce C. L. be fouun.l at IDiruJJSiiH,TJe;estitmte.s f CAWwein,M been the . i'n thc .MuM0 wII ,. . , ., , . t ...5..,, f,.r !lDl1 experienced Cla thoroiiL'lilv llnrri' of RANDLK, of Fulton bounty, rk h cati'li- r ...c,s...i ,i,1 I".i1n. 'Pnii.- SlPt line iinOIl III) trrrtaf fio-l- . . v w..v av...ftMfc and STOKK. fitinlinml iiuuunBiTiutBviiit". ciualot CnUnVCMS ivwuiviiy S an date for Circuit Judge. Hlctim n" could teacher. ten year.s, e lauds high iesseo laws iho n company ,. Uirtpi- tho Trish, in which he mst a Wa- - the or. tnei , tust next. Lho new ff!niinff, , ,,,; - ., r .. t hrMc f , "-TtJITXC?3sr: un i ;r..i .aurnuwiiui, . .i.:i l "tnnivn IIIthO, lunoo uuicnt,. 11, lethod'f .i ..i ?i. ..- f I. .. uwniiHMi. . 1.1 ITCt.ilA lllto- Mifl lll IS MliV,.,.-- , ny.-: i.Vf Llll f irtll ri f t U1UIV, till' I'll niiw i FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY. Xcd" Biintliue. tho ' iUI-llliUl- .. I the. &ddletotV Hickman himI that Brownsville R. E. Co., Li.'J444r i wri-lh- c is in correspondence with New story Mr. Broefcaway, Presideut of IIrGtjCwosa the ijnwa oia'Eii"" .. I lm immmmrmm?mM?FammmmmmJmmmmmB61 WwJtfse of Prof-- 9, fi2'rFR A F- APHlIiitV AHKOUNCEWIEKT eys Hi z&rJ terrdhi. tt Iintc'cml ----- ron coKGRK8. THE :fLD RELIABLE -- MHy . "p :.ij .. ....a lioi8tr,ite -.- .. ... . it ...,Ji,,r -- i j..".,. iiI I , n DRUGS, ious that a Kentucky conipany f V. should be imiliBdiately organized tho candidates iuunpeth . . . Iiim mi cmisolMiMlc at '" . to mcei selves ' time. ,,.,., ""-.,'.- '. -- Fiss Salhe Cheatham, of tt.. ,,.,,. Some corree lod, r,.rtlll TKl.b :., 111 iuuiiv nno vr vm . ? ...- luuv i?i ' .. ..;;.. " ..?.. " of Troy nfl wit -- As the "' i, oleciion annroaohos them-- . ...,. "". '" v... U)ia - J?.....,.. ii 1 mm, j IPTI0XZ ds:ai.i:r rAIKTS ID iist ... 1 32HI 3C CJ PRESCR C IMC CARL A 3BT - - - -- h"ci?' ".. Sf . "" -- -, Si,. a. fi, nmi wan "' wuik W. Keel, tlraggwi . ..-.- tf ! I(A " J1 . 3tirfi i 1 1 1 Vi i:,WpP chant, h. L. Tnderwood isyonnjr, rrimary.. of Winelietcr ..bright, winning, and lovable in J ii ousioiupr mind and hwirt! May life's bless- - Adn.l. treason o lOmontlis lie showered upon them mfltor with ConsumpI,"1 july-.. .. Kivm 1111 ut ni n? iwr nhv ..r.i ictnti .. ( A ?, Kif, ,. f SPSSnSav i. M We are authorize 1 to announce tCH AS. 00 a a 4 00 II. THOMAS, of McCrioken cntintv, candidate for ro e'ection to the ofii''e of 20davs in month. Commonwealth' tter"ey fnrlhii ludieial District. K.ection in August, lfEf. I . $2 00 rJ l ' COMfrOUNl'EDl t )l -- STDlA a. scpj. T--Yl J&aaes nb XTO-O-XT1 T3,m Ho n . T. Rridjc llil.l.rs. u I S i rpt fl r- - w V' Attirnev. in thip, the First Judi DEALER A cial District of Kentucky. Llection In ' j Angift next. msse,le1, DRUG?, MF.DICINrgkod.vS STATIONERY, and SclJcfvl Supplie?. : . at once. UwicoaiW8 1 PILE BRIDGE thcro is real chance to jct this &? Trial little, at C. We are ail!inrized to announce SA MURL IP:"- Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PltTURESwc cannot Wg Stan,. ad. In Kentucky Hayo dc Chien Crwfc. about ro CROsSLAND, ni rt candidate for the office I Ker. W.G. Hefley and family, iir.aanu utjuuia, ior .Metucai use. un- - 1 liV '"rl,oce ' . l ' fra ck.a. The ,ilinB to left Mondav, for a two week' vis- - t!1 tl,prcewliir rmlroad charter lcft V ednesday. was largely attended, cypres or c!ar.nl tho bridge to be be of o: uommou wealths Attorney i mm. ;,U, AGENT FOE THE moetiitgof tho next Lopis-- I Firstdtulicial Uistriet of Kentucky. it to rol'itivesiutl friends ' in Vv'est yesterday be pivs-- ; The caiuiidates for Common- f by Ut ot next, but we can through the ' !lt 'tMre. xennescc. :i anniversary celebration at wealth's Attorney and county can- Plan and specifications can be seen at 1 FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Coult- Court ;HCorpnrato n comsmm1 N wlH bo the didates spoke. It closed with a the office orA. d Kingm-inThe commit-weeNear Maysville, Ky., Uiia ' nil needed le i1h:u,v clmt will We are authorized to announce R. F. ifl bo wanted to Mt of fiov. Hill while there one Mr.Ricfcetta killc.I one ; "Vj Slt lllglll. jjj r..erro ber,5u, to WJt any and all EASLRY ai a raiid'uiate for tho office of owspapers arc trying to Monday, Au dis- - fio-- in . County Judge. IJe-i0Mr.Bnreike all because of a , with, and to answer inuac SbDREWRY. R. I.. MOORE, Canie found over I'owell'ri Grocery to attend night calli". nn,i ) wo .t , poj r that he gust 1, 18SC. over two cents. C diate purposes or Srvey, A jmte fn 1 Uy authority we announce T. 15. FF.R ' V. among Hickman society going A wheat thresher exploded (The Covriek has said and be- t h Xe RELL, as a candidate for Connlv Judge of J,l,y 23' !w' II,ckn,a?' people, left for a visit to FultoS near Wickliflo, last week, h.iuiing Moves, that . Hickman ought. to iuq, Fulton count v. Election, Monday, Au ti " ' lrf;ATlBI.fi Thursday. several persons very seriously, every exeruo Lio secure ims ruau i?w; gust I, 1SSG. ' ;rcacli:.: ...;?..,. Wantcil, ,.,.i... .. ' Wicklifie Journal ' Y'e are authorized to announce .1. t'uctn.tntiratt'1. , I VVr. ""- - " 21, to teach Tublic In ?cidol.Dt-tricrNolv iv nfALd.t. Ut.iUUir' . , .... . . LWU... .11111 UUfll.illM.UUUUj BAYLOR, as a candidate for the oflice of " owneraWp-KiudBrgartea Association. School. Male Teachor preferred. Gallon County Judge of Fulton county. Election or address, "w,tl,,,lkU"-rr;Dw.rfK"- in August next. ?. Care, Ky., ?, Cftb.J v, i,, 4100.. le G. 0.KOACH, Chm'n. That Tliekmttu is a leading city ' iereniiy, so iei it 00. tor manv vtrs, uiwv atnictnl V We are authorized to announce I). j..ly23 Ui mkWc, ,o,uuu. vooj.itisurauce puiete; the pains in educational matters is conceded as a cmdidate tor Ju Ige of lid some by many of the adjoining towns tho Fulton County Court. Election in ., i;i1im1 , o?i tin .. . .,,n..- . .Misses nnio jvnoen, .i7-.ii- . - i;ioc " ivnticp. .... ..v. CKJ"S. .,. ..ini iiirrvr iiini luiu Guuvilli0ll3 and cities. Her Tahiti hchool. .iii i)Urno.ll.... .1 T August next. Jvnoerr, nnte ivoeniei-anti,otiia ,.,t .Bii .a coimtv. htstlSe tried Hwir.n ti. .,i.i. -..,-- . PupiU of mine and others, who hae V..t'UUHi opn ""T1!:,- 1,'io.nA,. hiv ncllnxr ftToi.iTa mill SOIUt'J VflV '. .liVUT. V1K """V " .... M" vj. akiguiVi INCT 'muiiii fit tiff "' WOK 3 irom mc win pica.t3 iciur.i Has a splendid stock of thc very best makes of all kinds of ITardware FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. iclativcs in Union City this week. n as passible, a I cxtmct to boJ,y hroveu ln Uie ;Ul.,. A Wo are nu'horized to announce .Indite which are offered at CNF E, and that the very lowest the market icknian jHirmanently in a short n. s. m URREI.L as a candidate for the justifies. All goods guaranteed to be ex'actly as represented Miss Jessie Lee Garrett, a man by the uai of Walter Gnu- 15. u UA1U Cl.li. office of County Attorney, at the ensuing y neauiunt ami aceomnusiieti ytHiiur uvits is cnargou wu me innriter.fMen ior the rHef &ffiill h Kbatrie u nbman tlm tironi August election. lady of Union City, Is viniting Miss but Guitnell denies any knowledge0cw. Sld t fifty eeu bottle by C. i "Athens of the Purchase." YetJ " ! however, or the need, nm! says that it Daisy Castleman of this city. is wanting ono CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. i ' there Milt-- s City Kluctloti. educational in- ... ol.i .1 o., r other much-ueedealreadj' doing did killhe ever he killed the be.--t Tho drouth is We arc auhorized to announce T. M. i had on earth. It IfllEUs't. th friend An election will be held at the City StitUtioil, and that i3 a Kiudergur- r.,i FRENCH, as a candidate for rs election to a 1IIM meCiiy of lllekman. on Monday, the oflice of Circuit f'ciirl Clerk o Fulton te.u J will Wave hoods and unless ntins occur soon, mooring. . wr nor. ' or cultivating tho perceptive iihe.tidayor .ngwj. ! county. Election in Attgu."t, 1S8C. Salt. I'irnr FliemiTinintAii S . the corn crop win snuer greativ. x-- eY .tind rid -in a &kilT, and tome, niVAi . lacultics of the youthful mind and iihitfK vin ..lv.M ..nn !., .i , "" Mrs. YV. II. Jackson and chil- - or all of them, got druirk audi a i'nni..!iHi . " ;..!.... wu !... 4.1.. I 113 eloninirthe infant thought in Jiniira 'iir onier of the chv nuncU. . COUNTY COURT CLERK. In , s left this week, to visit rela- - started back in a &ki.T to ihe V. L McCUTCHBN, C. C. We are authorized to announce W. I expect and friends at Ileu'lersnn. ncssee side, where thev were cm- - it" will no: return, but .i,.: july t. to f,is,iT i. vi M.' ..? MVICillVUi tionainrocepses.ineysre uuenutu TAYLOR, as a candidate for V 4 - . 1 .!. . will be absent some ployed hk farm hand?. When the Ky. Slic thc office of County Court Clerk of Fulton uiuiua-- : leaciicraniiintiaiiu on the :.m.aI KlliflaEBWaM U body of Miles whs fount, with hisi uy county. Election 111 August, iftM. weeks. k.tfk ,tint.. iiiiin t rwikut wurow C11A3. DOUGLAS. . banks of thai classic V m-tthroat rut, citizen at tho mi:ui' nworn is irnuuetiu i Pn:n..mi.. in. WI(IMIM(I.U i IHIJ FOE SHERIFF. the nUs than those attained by any; Rnektii' .Vriucii Attorney will speak at time found Walter Gmitielt in The wealth's We arc authorized to announce W. A. kiff. n Hickman, on Tuesday, the 27th lurd a aleep and dead drunk.coun-an- d he Rest Salre in the world for PiiHl Otlter ScnooiS. So successful are . ion to SHUCK, a a candidate for h;,s lei. the man, who huue, Sorea, SaU Kaeum. Ftver they that they are being rapidly; VRW UrOC8rY 3.110 udlCl V inst. Let eveiybody come out r -- IOXthe office of Sheriff of Fulton county. Tetter, Ubapid Ilasda, Chilblains ostablished in tho Xorthcm citiep. o the.rj tol Election in August next. hear them. , ami all Skin Eruption, and p,ii a ilrniikfti , i , : whv liuilr iii tli (At the MoHtaomerw JStand.) lo j,fi boned that our c ' c,u'c8 1Pi.fc,r JtSyDrawinis R'ano full specifications as to "everything needed furnished, and entire The Kentucky State trpops quarrel arose between Miles and "J".'"4. Il 2eafi will aid and encourage thej Will keep a general assortment of Fam- FOE JAILER. wrfit satisfaction. . ara.tel to .... ... cot accurately calculated. Loc'i and Key jobs solicited. mi . I lt. ion l.. ..ll tzitt w ll aiml .1... v...u.w vjntiiifii, j;u iiim i';iuiJ ui. unit iiitiiiicii "Vc ae authorized to announce JAMES imeT rvfuo4d. Price 25 eeats ner box. effort Which IS about to be mn (to uv (Jrocerie, Confectionerte3, Ac., and Springs, August 7. The Slete Miles throat ami threw his hotly.1 baker. Good P. TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of tlc bv C. A. Holoombe tO CStairiish Stlfh an institution ill keep cmpUvcnl a bo .. on't the soldier jnto the river. j Miles denies all Fulton foots the bills. oar eitv ShouUl success attend all fresh and ucw, and will notjuqc- under-Som- e election. county, at the ensuing August -j boys have a glorious time: knowledge of Hie act, and says County candi- - tho effort, it will redonnd greatly 6o!tI- of the Wc arc authorized to announce THOS. -TMessrs. Millard are about that if lie ilid do it he killed his iUtes who have, in their owujudg-- ; to the credit of our people and V. WALLACE, as a emendate for imnt, booming prospecta now, ; will bo a source of great good and ..,.,:.!....,... ; ,.r best friend i.n ......!...: lor ii.ut.llLl l.n.1 ..til iivniriii in to tho office of Jailer of Fulton coun,,.. ,., r ,i. n:, vrlin clint AYJIl I W cnv0 Ml "ltlia Uttll tnUU Oil p rotit. nf ntrt. ty. Election in August next. fi. Hon Atnlu.frr. nn inmt.ltniifiii I T?bo .Min-If' mnSpi nf r..ii;tof.tii. It is astonishing ; ;n' Space does not permit ino to K' eMUd hid.t will bo rcceired for o. r Vnit,.., rtL- s.. ca"WUes CJtn be le- - enter into a full discussion of its ' 30 dayc, by the Chairman of thc Street L Wc arc authorisedastoannounce GEORGE beauty. ill fame, had her cxum-IJ- i snI?. :.tl skill and house of a candidate for the CARPENTER, UUVClll UlC UOURIKB WOHKl giaI-- i me nta, btlt thOSO desiring mior- - ' Comunttee, to grade .Moscow Avenue Irom Rto-- L . . Eleciriol holm-- to .1. N. IJrowus in office of Jatler of Fulton county. on uiel 1,- - , Dietelbrink7rtcarnor lygflvo each oul z There is a shanty one of ,u"'""' ! " t..t-.- " fUn -- . i ij ta.ta.y taa.r i . ... , ,PI (..if tion in August next. vkm.. . i :n . . ........: .: , .' rloin from defeat, but tho neonlo . 'sauds,' wuero nigniiv orgies are . t , ,. - fe!t wi,ie. w;tb i;uu..u...- - r.asi lUCKina". win ytvn? , neiu ami tne meciiugs arc mu i. in- - 3bii mil i iij un ixaiiii? ... .sfii-iT- 'snst rule. Vox ootmli vox Uei. cate with tne, personally, or other- ,e of tronl about two l0 fiflccil fcct. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. in ' conducted with singing and prayer feuse. Of Xash, the Boomerang Sf taoto it be. Correct plans and specification can le had wise. We are authorized to announce JUUN but the very opposite. hv addresmug. or calling on B. C. Ram- - J. TI DWELL, as a candidate for the oflice Samuel L. says : age, Chairman of Street Committee. HirnilPFn of Assessor. Election in August next. goodl "Is ash was moved from the "en- liPilincQ capiTf Y iii.vuubu Ii AGEXrS FOR THE FOLLOWING COJlPAA'IESi If yon wish to pick a iiiuuu unur. iui W. L. McCL'TCIIEN, C. Nettie orange, s::ys the New Orleans; uesseo saloon to Knight's reslau- We are authorized to announce J. S. are mv offering balance ofi -null llLvvd. 1JONDURANT, 113 a candidate for the ofthe a!,t. iJml. his death is expected itates, "takemi. rusty-conteyl kikiuni I ItAdo . . ...... l ave f .J...1J wuhm a row nays, nx tho wound.t kArunikinuH L E. fice of County Assessor. Election in AuL: 0. 3utoy ones, i1" GbotUi at hah tnett actual value, m IOSNIX.nf Hrlford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Manchcter, England; IIARTFOHD. gust next. gomt5 s!gn8 of thc awak. Wo ami more juice." AT LAW exceedingly dangerous one., ATTORNEY Hart ford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c. to announce W. B. We ash is sl ver' ,,nd rharaoter, IiarJ oider not to carry over any. As, eniu of our cuiZCns to tho im- - Collector, R9al Estate Agent (JOEU, are authorized for tho office of AsIt is bad enough (o color ice: as candidate AND Tilt wt arc leaders on Dress Goods, you j llort8nce of going tt work in the m 'Jf erved in thc Missouri sessor of Fulton county. Elcctiou in Au cream with cochineal, to give it HECK.MAX, KY. ctn form some idea of the immense j way 0f placing the city in tho best gust next. tint, but it is a ernel' tentiary for the kiUmg of one John, birgajas wc arc offerine. MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW An, SsgT Will attend promptly to all busl shape. Wo very well know that We are authorized to announce J. O. A. deception to mix hayseed with the: Crawford, at Maiden. Mo., about i him in Southwcsteri right here is the healthiest, most ness entrusted Northwestern Tennesseo COOPEU, as a candidate for re election to Maxwei.i. GrrtCE, at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. :,"- - lh w"s l'dou-i- s i tuff to make thc eater believe he tipjiiitifnl and best snot for a mod- KcntUc".v and of County Assessor. Election in l,3 Oov- MnrMiailake some lif-to the invesliga the office " chewiug strawberry seeds. Specialattention given Lake Augu-f- t next. teen motuiis Riice iterause it was i Manv voters think that it is "1 city anywhere between (.mil. lion of Land titles, and the purchase titicmml tasto for a candidate to!, Michigan and tho Mexican T JanS A candidate fnCniigrrbsiou- Wc are authorized to announce Q. M. T. Real Estate. .. .. .. .....j, nt .......,...,, . Mile of .7n-.- . ... SALMON, as a candidate for the office ol !tl honors s:tys: '! am a lawyer fan hnoe the polls on the rlnt. Let our people mneiauu tlwt tii Un. Llection in August County Assessor. tutl a poor man." It must bo a ni?,i i,; Votoasatnstauv.lns to the best means ol letting ...'i J tltt tn tt, D. G- next. town wherein a lawyer can ; crtrd pisviug, ami this bad ending SnTul :dl such, and tints break it . those people of ths 2.0 Jh west :.ajp.v Wc arc authorized to announce P. E. ; y he is a poor man unless it js UC andidate wants to know ; who will come tins way in the tall, of )0&lUfr a depraved ! h- - If PATE, as a candidate for County Assessor. now homes, know be that ho is also a poor htwer.' jjfc " lrbw a certain man voted let some prospecting for Election in August next. ; - - AT. M AY FIELD, r..: i . ,.u t.:... thc advantages and charms of Thc common school trustees - Mf.. Prof. J. O. laylor, wao snep i.;e in this rrea Fulton and Fulton county, ami In Active Practice Since 3Iarcli, IS77. PURLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. this District have elected Mr. ceeds Prof. U. C. Ualdwell in ' y -they will not, as heretofore, pass WILL practice in all the counties of the We are authorized to announce CHAS. Samuel L. Koulhac, V.'in. Ivamage, ..l......rn n.liUri.ira Ara.1i.MM- - flOUIUI. us by, overlooking our vast natu- First Judicial District, and in the Appel- - R. KINGMAN, as a candidate for the ofand 3Iiss Annie Sheanm, teach- this place, will commence tho next j 3 of ral resources and rich soil, to go late Court of Kentucky. fice of Public school Superintendent lH'JKlH)t. ers, for the ensuing scshion of the session on Monday, Aug. JU. rrof. septlS-l- y to the red clay and deep-gullieFulton county. Election in August next. CATS A SUITAB5I.E public scuooi. j Tuy soil of Haybears the highest testimo- - i?.fr. John K. Ilendrick, candi fields, and worn-ou- t KIL1K. VALUE? Wc are authorized to announce Prof. LOWER and LOWER. rn this issue will bo found the nials as a competent, faithful date for Commonwealth Attornoy wood, Gibson, Madison and liar-TAMES H.SAUNDERS, as a candidate hightoned, christian of this District, will speak at Hick- ilomnn. in West Tennessee. They AllkindaofGroccrics ham3,eide,&c for Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the beautilo thc office or County announcement of J)r. J. N. Out-- i teacher and a ofi sentleman. His aim and ambition man, July 27; Gayoo Station, July g0 there because the people there: as cheap ns the cheapest. J will not be School Superintendent. Election in Au ful and varied stock. tmi as a candidate for the office I'' Jinllard County. johs vtmiM. gust next. carry out lueasurcs not. City Judge. He is an Honorable is to sustain and build up a hVst-clas-s 35; Blandville, July 20; Barlow City. July 30; adopt and to Keep institution of learning, and gentleman, well qualified, i:nr will county, July ai. only to invite them but FOR CITY JUDGE. make a competent ofJIeeri elect- we trust the parents and friends bowes, Craves begin at one o'clock them informed of thc advantages Speaking to community to offer. Wc are authorized to announce Dr. J. 2v. of education in this ed. at new store, Fuqua & DcL'ow's old .stand, has an endless vaiiety Crossland and those counties arc able p. m., each day. OUTTEN, as a candidate for City Judge. his support. FAS$a5I2tt:srAE2?,,S2 will rall to Uooks and Fancy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pens; In this locality rain has fallen IHiomas are invited to be present. first Monday in Angust. Election been Gov. Knott was in WashingThis administration has Clevc- Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases, Cards; &c.j fcc:; partially, and some neighborhoods Pencils, Port-folio- s, Wc are authorized to announce R. E. In Colorado ton City, last week, and it is said 1 What will thc runaway Bank conducted so wisely and corn is suffering. MILLET, a a candidate for the office of and Toys in endless variety. City Judge at the ensuing August election. and some Western States a drouth met Judxc Durham, but "they did presidents, Cashiers and Book- land has shown such nerve and SHOP. North West corner of prevailing for three not speak as they passed by." It keepers do now? Thc provisions high sense of duty to the whole- and Tioy Avenues. Eat Hickman, Ky , has bten months. The general com crop is also said that Gov. Knott is an 6t the extradition treaty between pomitrv. and the condition of bitf- SaTSalfsfnction guaranteed. AKDERBILT UNIVERSITY, April. applicant for the mission to Tur thc United States and Great Brit- iness affairs has been so rapidly will be cut short. IB- to the now his jr.vsiivii.1.1:. TEN. key, the place sunset sinned in London, last Mon- - mending since as toadvent producIn this issue will be found the holds and proposes to resign. If ain FOR SALE. I.Uorstnro. Fclcnccnnd l Svfn have White House, (ilfvy, provides for turning all such . announcement of Judge "R. E. aii-,- k re 15. fctin'.ents in a ' )loiatc,n,0 will resign culprits over to tho IKpart-nced a marked popular breeze in his '200,000 feet dry Cypress Building open Sort. Wwley Hall, nn.tThrolocr tw.tnrnliiJ tnition ' ..... : in .. lof. fnr Citv .Tndfrp. Ho has mado r i.;..i. Dentistry Oct. lt. f. continuing, will ren and FcnciiiK Lumber. A1k, 100,000 looms ft ilwlirlne nmlKnsineerinjr. I'l.armjcy, ana now hunt favor, which Krwi; In Academic, l&c These people must ,, an excellent officer, has filled tho Cypress Shinclc. T.aw. f loot jleuirnl. Ti.l TiAK..mn. , CA.iri 'frco. C.italopufrpa der all efforts to defeat his tM:liillicaI.SI5;T-hnoIficyRONDURANT&DREWRY. position a number of years, and if S?1 for S0,Iie ot,Mir country fcecretary. remainder of the nugatory. j on application to WILS WILLIAMS, mar!2 CiCCteit nlll uuiiliwuu iu iijiinu i term. AHcc AilAllr. A Hon. Principal. good officer. .IStirrliMl, Tho saw mill in West Hick- - ;tll"vr vv.lj ,1,,, tho full session of Twenty-fiv- e ladies who attend- man, operated by Mr. Mitchell, On the 22nd inst, in this county, Mr. will commence entnij Qald-weii'- s A. Itiifsetl to Miss Sallie Eriggance. ed a lawn party at Charleston, 111., came near being being burned y0,Miny Academy, 30th. Miss Allen's J. Mr. Ktusell N a young worthy farmer, ,. . FridayBwere poisoned by a lunch- Sunday afternoon, Mltrt GnV'l I1RI . . ..! and reputation as a ssuuvuMaiui and the bride bc'oiiM to a well knownthem. .or waieu wiey ..panumc, ami dry'uirrli'cang litttro,livoM Taiijl is well known clever familv A happy lire altenil Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States; ihora were nodeatlts occurring. ; to btU fo the timely - ft, Ttie Vail Section will commence tiuu rrti'i in tt. Also, on the ISth, Mr. Sidney Aker laun "n W'e are authorized to announce JOHN Iv. HENDRICKS, of LiviiicRtmi county, an a camlidate for the oflice of Common-wealt- h 1 -- , K'TS - Ja'ington i ,;",".,,', 'XhSd, uv , .f ?' .' , - ..; auu.'.uuiawiaij TE x. . k, W H ISEWIjNG MACHINE 1 -- ; . sa't!to i.TKMSWlKTortlto prerty ad Z, .r-"rtn .c ..- -. I """ ..1 t.,ltl ""'V "" "'V!.Vnlr. J oTl.A r ,,f X? 3 Mt, 5? , L I 1' J - u, ;7-"V-ris- sjf!, sSnreT ... a IT..!. -- . . RELiIABLZS I SB Pltl 1.1 1?- ... -- rko iItoi'PE.i... -.- n.t-or- T 41 riir .7 r.. 1 .....,. aw'.' . ""v , ne"u 1 t...i.. f , 1"'. frtfeal," vmiuiii'tifi T dt-en- leu-tive- i'i' t... ..-i- I HOOFING A SPECIALTY. tl w -1 UT ; nii;,it0 rr " suean.."""f ShI. '""'... if.ni ,v, rJmr"'&:U:uK 16-S- j D. MILLARD & SON; f! "" -- " ! asaU6aaywy3 AwnlTflpTe KHllnBTO enactors i ur DOUGLAS BROS.. j - - .Jjt ;, U., nl HIOKMAN. KENTUCKY: . -- ii .. . ,c Grat-cla- ss j ho .... ! . lropoNl a Tr?,, ! 1 .., it fKat - ,. rn:i Rld. INSURANCE, ..'.,. .' k .!. .?,,. "j eerv asociuu. ..;. T y.r' : . incieuurtiu. ,.:..- ..:.i.... III MB MA11I& i - il Isrell. I LANDETJM & DAVIS, -- d .1-- u." rtuj ... jiau .. ami, f'e The t,l-rrl- ge R AN D TIMS TEIED aJTO FIjRE TESTED. 11 pent-itrawberr- y tlr I - Al.:.V":i2& - , t!iniththnwaiiri.r ,,, re;ut rr ...... :,. hi ...ni.-- ,..i...' , wimu oh-ctit- PARK, Ensa W2IERE ST ATIONERT, ( ETC. , I i- f'r Kin,. t ;- - , d I BUT rjRESEXT T ITd I I ""o'J FRITZ SCpOEDER, MRS. JENNIE GARDNER, or B00sr P8LUAIE1 Mo.-co-w j iox V M. FRENCH, I ; VS?r'"l,W IZ , Se ', u Inw-oJflecr- s, nt oi-- n 1 Aj&isigJJa" S y t;,,. hiu AiiiytUW.' . v.-- . .m jug. 7- liel. . Viro, Li&7 Marmo and Accidnt. OFFICE AT GOUR T-- HO USE,) aprO lb fi ez iJsl i-t i . r Si 6J " is supposed thnt the was made of tainted milk. Elder K. M. Wyatt, (of the Primitive BaptiBt order) from Olin-- 1 ton, Ky., will preach at the Combs' Springs on rihe second Sunday in August, and will remain in the neighborhood three or four days, lucachincr. Elder Seal Littlo is also expected to be with him. The grand jnry has returned indictments against six members of the House f Delogates, or Common Council, of St. Louis, for drunkenness in office; against Tf ice-crea- s t bribery. nounced for yesterday evening,-a- Mitchell. ed City Hall, to arrange for a fc toaticnu. B. Thompson, Cashier Aliuon A. A. Dayis, Sec'y. Savings Bank, grand railroad barbecue, at Hick ofthe Provident ou at p the day of S"t Louis, juBt before taking j man,meeting. to be agreed Money. About $300.00 Ii.n departure from that institution the bis ....-risii.JI?5n C? the Committee Monev saved is money made. A Coffee for Canada, drew up a statement ; been raised, Davidson's Patent ncceftsUy, ,of Ida shortagej, which showed wnnicu ."roo.no more, winch liuii- f..... nr Onml.ii.ation Vessel. Twenty...Hsed 05,000 of tho ttalions pronuseu they would get. IpcriU.Wl in cash saveu wyou s $0s&m ?& tbat he had cent . . .. bank's funds, of which the bauliil'iill announccinem- 01 nine, ptacc, punivmt: vour coiiet. T.n nmrK will rail VSA WRSWWMIHH WWD9 .'b- -and particulars next week may recover 15,U0U. siiyou at your homos; or yon can see it, House, m IIickra:ui, Ky. A negro man was killed at 'sl the Hickman Tha. candidates for Comity liyr Attorney, will address the people, Gore's mill bridge, about three Tin-- Democracy is jubilant in Wednes-f- : at the lOllQWUlg limes ami piauua ; miles above Moscow, on was shot, Ihis District. The KcpuDlicans &' Crutchlield:, day morning last. He xVrUkvI Jalv 23, at most Y:r.SaCurday, 34th, Pulton ; Tuesday,) with a musket, loaded with buck- - will not run i a candidate for Con- Centaur Liniment is tho the lalu-Crc- r vomlorfiil anu auieu snot. iv '!: OTK, HaMdrran ltiUt?C: uavis'- instantly,anouiur nujrro, left on thojl ress, SO it IS Stiticu. World lias ever known. - Wednesday, liSth; Jorand his body 'Tilwnftl ,, . if t CM i VPf"l w' liE' Si t - .. nVKt--j Thos. IL O.ment, who has Mr. ' rstt uruigc. Qituriti n nucrs ia .c'. ,.jJuWj..jnjj.'.i1L.r fs .a'(ianrTkrsayf aniHj ' f"r Hickman,'- tho uegro who did tho killjftcoii absent in l?nlt' awh; and at I home Sunday. IB tO irlhs, rctunfod .IlkariterfSl'tj (at t,i8,,t) 't J- t I enverv bv citizens in the imtnodi ato vicinity, the. mill would cor-tainly have bcon destroyed. Thc firo was extinguished, however, without any damage to tho mill An oxchamre nuts it about - , . .... .. 111 "ii ..i i.ini.Tx :.. .1.. ...ii.....;..... ...iiiiu ...v. iioRit-oknow to how generally his effusions are let him publish something is regarded as objectionable that w tim mu'Rons who never take his paper nor pay him a cent ITo will wonder how they .know these things were in tho paper, but wonthree others for bribery, and der in vain. against two others for attempted A citizens meeting was an- Ellen Hoaks. tees a liberal patronage as sho de Miss contrastinc parties are unknown to Thc serves to receive. thc Coukieh, but we wish ihern long life " and happiness, TJnponilv 11 nroim nent public -- . j course ot 111s speaker during tlio . ffS i- 11 . 3 j MONDAY, AUGUST , 30, 1 886, 3, 1887, E. T. TYLER, Frist.. A V ' ,' I AnJ Contimo Four Jtontbs. Spring StHion Commences TZTCJJkLJLlSr U. BUCHANAN, V: Frcst. ZBZIT- - ......or .. Ifrno lines for tho benefit of the Community m which they arc loca-reated. No other agency can or will Ho this "J"iVcrv year iol--u lontnrriKniu: irive from $100 to $500 in Daners KOXTOAY, JAWITAKY Ami Coutluno Vive Months. g. ei E. L. ALEXANDER, Cathl , ES22S2SZSS2S2Z22S252S5a555 d. Y 53. J. A the M"cthodist (elittrcli, next Sunday evening at o o'clock. Subject for discussion: Will meet in mjk j srv v65. I Mathematics, Latin, Tl.n eourM of ntndr. Incln.linc thornnKli primary worV In EnRtidli brancheir. ana Ulistlienlc. Klocntion. IVnnmnahlp. Grl?, tho Natural Keiwcial atttution ia Ietote.l tu the nrcparatlon of etudents for collcgf, and joug men fer uusiness. TOT riP W fSSl n WIL fil j5k ill TUITION: Vrimnrj Vuptli per motiUi...... IuterncJiAt6 ......mm - .................. .- III (KMAX, .saw KIT. B1IL S50,000i ' . ii - 4 00 0w PAYABLE lONTIILY IN ADVANCE. Ilirsx. Ky., Jnly 23, IbSG, U 'Christian Love." All aro cordially invit Meatier, J. O. TAYLOE, CAPITALi honse-Lo'l- d -- -- - n-- "'" - - iL -- rr5 Q&SSHStQN & I lUNDERTAKERS, VBKN, ana MOSCOW, KX. XTKIOH Q? Bein 0 regularly organized and ready for business, wc respectfully aolicit the patronags of all.'1 AH colllections .made for depositors free of chatge. Approved paper running three or four months, discounted at me jjt v rate of per cent, par annum. t: T. lfi.EK r. R. f DIBECTOBS-- IL BUCHANAN. GEO.lL THRELKELD. 6ilAS. BALTZEli: ALEXANDER. L. L. UNDERWOOD. W. C. J0HN8ON- - OICT, 1 Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand, a full supply of I : COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD ANO WALNUT BURIAL CASES. fV.l.ra bv telewrnnh m- - . ! .- " 1 1 A - 111 --- ,r TPoi nrnmt.l attention. A nut line ot Lai tea' and Gents' Burial Robeson Hand, i'lcutrc rramcKmaiieiu j order. Old Furniture made new. We manufacture Cannon's Pile Oinlmenl, Liniment o cure no pay. Wc expect to handle rurnituic, Bugcics, sc, nl ciul Mw'icine. ' soon, antl will take orders for them now. fnlnntin-io nr STATE Eighteen Professors ... m i- of KENT COLLEGE and Instructor. M r. -i k -- J -- ! Bmm mm SHMI r I -- L . if. ".-- , COUNTY APPOINTEES DECEIVED FREE OF TUITION.- -iaformatiorf .. ;cnn v...Ino ibu.. . ""-,,w- pu oof -y sin, woo., r- . r.talarac and j othf " JAMU K, PATTERSON, PH. .. Ixi"K Adrcsi .. ". -- e. ? --. '- : W ' r " SUV. .A -- Jf :';J m izz r"v" &.' 7 " '- - A1 rl vj ... - h - ? to;iJi "S 'f t. Vvjr--j K V- .- -; V - , :.(; 11 IK '&".' C5f- - . A ?5?jr?3 n"SL.r .t. kraVS. .! rti-1i TT.fr t-- -v , jil i njv- - I jt. ?i3yi,'5,7'fcvi' "v- fK'i-ri--fc.iAH- v.7.-.i.- t. . ',--, '' . C . I: . t.jdfrkA .a SSBSiSr t ''rf zBtr'2'? c2?t isrdsdste-p. , fcA ."t. r?I .i & tsi-mM3- ri mh r--v - wffpf l! , f 1 4 i ' "2 t .ginjvooo'&cr'jirKcxi-jijrjjnrpr- j :a ir. it. rLUXMEiL c. . T&& WTfiKM il CQUR'EE. ' fcr :, i iT A i m lm iiHL? '' "'i AHE SOW READV FO OL- CO'Si Ohicf of Division was charged; an income tax for the DllUOi SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENT! with furnishing answers to his i providui" a specific fund two favorites, he domed it up and payment of pensions, mui ,,. " fPnducah Nevs.1)th r - t of Coii'itrj Produce that may be ofcred p..r I itixtlnlo Jll0. A n examination 0f t,P Gnnrcc- - ,lmvu' h,,t u,,eu ,,c wa6 conlront-- i posed all sulwhos, no nmtter .. for xhi men tor storage. Special Mtentiva ' 'cd with a list of the answers in Ins what puiso the ' n ... i given io sion .il if,.,.Ar.i v.h.ch is mvn IjJUi, wrili1R ,,0 (.ouh, SJ1V ll0, wInt i,lfllleilceR lhv" CASWELL BENNETT, bleaulhoiity, shows ore hack- Unit the. Sews ,il0rc. of after lie had'act-- i d. All this is a reennl .. WHEAT, APPLES, Comity. of Livingston is mistaken, as will bo. seen by ' ed that way, ami then lied to up, which wo can go to the country When! Sacks ktU ftuuM! ftr Superior Court Judge, iefmuico to pae7i3t Tltu- bill summary dismissal was ncuesMiry. in safety." forrrnt; " ' 'What about the tariff?" " I A M TJ5 (I W HrW 'smt.MuKn pension to ol.Iosctih i U R i6T0ffice at New irepot-i- r. 1. f$ 'What about tho tariff? ni. uv onmiso Todd County.ri w.er t DEMOCRATS ELATED. NOTE Til KIR PRICKS. Warehouse. veil, wo Titml.i .... honest attomi.t ' j ' .' of i 0n!72 the 1 resident .sveto,yc:iR17a, nays, t -- , . wiO, .n -. . . Pensions. Civil Sarvico. Hie . Hill t ,flf;.. " ,' :Vk Samuel J. Rvkualls hipn,f Stone, ut Mi.voun, J3uy Goods Cheaper than not been for a solid IleDublipan riOfelUPUi, EU Iwj vot5(l.ve,aml, taiitT proclivities aw mi:1i i that opposition party, aided by Ii!:(':i Yl SI li.w i was ever tfeiore utl..,ttrtf li.-i:- t........ ii Iliiii, .ul.w.luce !tl ijju JfCVa.. :.. i. !ii!? ..;.., nu t."iv V.IM1IU lilillvU il utfcfcw llll" Opiuion of the National Coni- - of our Democratic friends." a few tered in Hickman. nuU lie woiim ,iJ(J mjstaj.e Demoi-rat- . than a Hut what oar W..1. HOW LOST, H0 Switching oil' from CongressionJESTOKII mitto?.. mijrjrot to the Kepubnean party Stone did on that ijay w..s to oh- al matters, the reporter asked Jut published, a new pjitiuu of Rr. CalVr open wide its doors ami extern! in well' Celebrnlcd Ensny on the radicular who would be the next Dcmocrat- Of MTEHATOKKllllA or Kiimuel an iiiitati'in to enter. jUUi. tu nut uiMimriUlo:t 0t pit" rn,B. th.C.tir-Jura.- l Waknw, IbtoI nominee for the I'roaidencv. untary Stminal lMroTCicr, Matl aa4 vttte claims tnsl, as J6 shown in nisi Hon. Tliomas A. Robertson, the Fu ion iioomerati". Ladies fine embroidered Suits rejrelcal Incapacity, lmp iliuieat. to HarrUf. "G rover Cleveland, ho wnntt :. , S" 00 to $o 00 'BIiYffiD LAWNS, PR1KTS FRENCH ORGANDIES dncnl alao. CoMuxmo.'.. Krj'ttpuT and Trrt. I.i Uepresentative of the to be,'' was the quickif response, duced from Dont let us dismiss so flippant- short speech taken from tln&Ke- - gonial t'T iPlMmtulgfiiie or wxual fitrVa'(C4)l'c,c.-Tl0 50 to idO ceieliratnl nutlior. In tM SiliBlnliW cmV. do do "i Fourth Kentucky district in tho "and. barring him, the brainiest ly sueli rrc:;t lights and iutiueares cord: clearly ilrmonetrulra from a thirty yran mccm-f4 00 to 250 do do practice, th it the alarming cosacanf ncn vf )Uett The Stieaker. Tho pontlenian Isational House of Kepresenta- - man in all America John G. fniiii tin Damoenitiu uartv. Abate may tw nulically carcil ; poictlnir oat i Brocade and plain Satin Surah re; of Kentucky.' of enre at onr imple, certain, and Harrttfal by Iiaviii-- r a run in'lrom iveutueky oliieeis. tives, and the Secretary of the are 35c to 20c Dtnnivi nmciicivrj Buucnr. nucniiir w.hiw Air. Kelley. Does the qeatle duced from wapers. condition may be, may care himself cheaply, Democratic Congressional Comiiuiiiv worthv Deniot:mtiu A ILa-nriand radically. Fancy Kylicr Cloth wool and beauFence. 04TM. Lectara ahoald be in the hand af wirrj but certain!y;they do. not mean all M. StollCj of KcutuclOfclo mittee, was in the city for an hour 25c to lGjjo tiful patterns yooth unJ etrry man iu the land. Chapter 111. An Act to Sent uih1it'jI, in a plain enrtlope, to aay a4 1 they say. Its only a piquo with not iike to be considered aanbb-- i last night, en lonte from Wash- - section 1. article J. chanter amend Nuns Veiling in colors-25- c to IGjsc .l.i Mi on receipt of foar cent or two dree, 1-- db - iiiU'Uil.ingtoa to Iilizabethtown. notpottasealampii. AtliirtM. llie General Statutes. Approved French Cambric beautiful Dress these journals bec.'.use .mi. xiu-dsd- l structionibt, and -riii: nji.vr.RWKi,L XRBirAL r 40c to 2oc on tiio to appear contrary; but I am t.p- What do 1 think of the civil. .March 2, 1S30. Goods 11 Ann St., Sew York, S. V. ; Poft 0e lat, M. Defines a lawful "We have a large ariety of white Drcsa Goodf, Laces and Embroiderholds diueient views .. iiuovi. ., "' l uu- - scrvico system i" 1rt nillli tIU arc fence to1 be a fsound fence of rails,' Beautiful white check India Lawns, ies, Linen Collars, Lace Collars, Sill: Mits, Best line of Ladies' and Junelly . isuiiVtii what a inaioritv ot tue; sjici:iiii WKlMim lit ,..,;! vuaiuuivi , ui iiuinis feet hjghj oc n( reduced from25ctoilindJG3c Misses' Hose, Corsets, &c. ' iV; ..who four an one-hal. incnbeiB uf the i.rca- - .W..M w W. 'III. Ill lWV l..li llHbC(. .. porter of the Oourier-Journa- .... J . . . Cir i wasfprtunato enough to catch pianiv,iron,anei:ge,sioiieororn:UMl.un White Goods in almost all 1 We have a fine assbrtment oijaiigShildron,B and Men's custom-ma- de tenyjousreSHjuildr iIiK,Jajcvir,rorUlS Mlluu four feet hili ami being1 ho close, . him at the Alexander ; "why, OfTers bis professional nervtrca to tho grades nnd prices. Shoes and Slippers, which we guarantee togivef-atisfaction-. iui any mil ppiv other !,.. .an tno :earnestness aijn Morr i scr ice, era-- , is all ..:.!. i.. il that cattle or other stock cannot Cream Mull and India Linens, re Uaiidall on pie of Hickman and vicinity. :.. 11 t,ov LillQ v uui,uui. Custom-mad- e Vn ll&t Clothing, latest style and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, f V it 111 11' . DSOffice at the rrsideoce of Dr. C. If. is a humbug as some of its advo creep through, or a ditch three . . -- frt question, mil .Morrison ami mu - i Uiill.- iii i ii ... :.. lUjcto 12 c Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs, &c. duced from eijt- .,.,.1 ii;ii iiiiriiir.Mi'ri: rMs 4t,n eatos would nave .it Hubbard. tin i hi "V broad1 ""V. Khji,ns -- ---.- 1. administered feet deep and three feet iii tlMi.i. A.....I.!. oy 3 ...,, marlO Fre-sn.iij , ii.rt n,.Mf!M,l, Jo 'c Family Groceries and sold as low as any house. . caienuars, wuicn wc aiR"""u i... I believe in tho JetVersonian prin with a hedge, or rail, plank, stone ,Km(,,1 i'roach Battiste, m plain and fig- ; any sort of procedure To get bo-- , . . hat of Handcll's denouncers, will ti..Tn.i.-n,i.,.- , or biick feneo two and one-hal- f Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils'verv low. m-- , ' . loctollc prcsUlent ,I11S nnr. feet high on the niarsin thereof.! arcs, from be force"! to ackno wlcdge that fore the House; and fdo not A.li:BJEIlG?S SOjSTS. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE open to him Cattle breaking sucirfence shall' Seersucker Dress Goods.. 15 to 10c sue.Uheoi.lv course i'andall is as true as steel, and Cloth in pretty patterns, rc- Lonest man. as well as an make the owner oi the cattlo worth to the Demo erievany iiflv1 Ti,'1' 'rn,1 U',S, , ,...;. ullllolll uuiir blo to the owner or occupant ofj duced from , 10c to 7c i; : n.. lilU liilliuilllll & the ' ill IICSl nil,trtBnfl members of the preset st Congicss. ...1 continually cut 7c to 5e ,in ,. " w,f.., the ground, for tho first breach, JJe- -t Calicoes from KENTUCKY STREET, I Uo no .. All Democrats are agreed as to; consideration of elaiuE 5c vicQ Laff, the (en. for all damages sustained by tho Oil Red Calico for constantly on had for Mr latter on account of such breach. Full yard wide Bleached Domestic tariff, but when itt Jteml as tar as I amlc? KEEPS sale rjormun the e cluss ot olmms sliajl ha sec-- ! t , , 6H,.ceLMled in placing After five du,s notice of tho 5c for HOUSES, BOOGIES and HACKS. tomes to tno details of t.i i precclence-givenor Demourat8 iu otlices here-rim- ond breach into the same enclo- Full yard wide Heavy Brown DomHaving purchased the alablt, bevft ! Democrats diner, ana inoic. another. Let na consider all of . sure, double damntres accrue and i - i..i. t... i i.m xoxand entire outfit of W. B. Plamaar V 5e for . IH1U iiii.iiiifi fill.,: iiiiitii. .. '1.. we propose to continue the busintM, cattle,' e-lie agree with the Morri .i.... :.. .1. ii' t""1'" r iiniiTi . wlicn.,lc m.u-- tJlko nml hoKl Democrats vv. is ouiv. . a ni alter of time . solicit patronage if i (iinniriiLi !! nut inm ...-- Cotton Plaids, fast colors, 7 and 8c .wr. ivei.ey. uui mis o iu n- j if Ii6i Alitiimrri1inii nrnvv i ii.jii h himiiulio ,uvj tir mull lrn ., Ladies Kid Slippers plan son idea than with Randall's Goc ... , ;, move an oustacie, noifio create ,. in fen dars after thn tresnass. tho. , - . ,t. m ' But, one's opinion on tho details one. This is to substitute the uiiiuc in tnu i:ui ui inu vruuiii-- i party damaged may sell tho Turkey Red Table Linen, reduced ment-wibe tilled by Demoorats. -- DE A L E R IX-of tariff reform is not a test of Senate bill which has Seen recom 1 can assure you that while ho breachy cattie, and after paying 50c to Sac from . W. DIESTELBRINK .! in in !.i. iltin TliPTfiO niiln' mcuucu - Ilonev-com- b T..i'HV- biuu, iMAmlnjI t ill 75e Toilet Quilts damages and costs, pay tho rei.. ones uemociacj. iuiuumii bo governed bv tho law as it Us. passage exis!s ,e l)Cii0Vcs in tho blessings mainder of proceeds of sale to- Fancy colored Embroideries and is in tho minority tested by tho s t"C- House bil . 1 obstruction trout t0 follow J)eniocrjUic SUpremaey owner of tho cattle. This act apLace to close at cost. votes in Congress, but it don't J!1'1 "' of Qui- plies only to tho ' wmm Kentufey..liwt ? full v and as firmly as it is pos-- . low.'.y, Ballard, counties Fnltoi',1 ni- Cuts in Men'aand Boys' Cloth- mnnmiiivrnn on follow that tho majority havo any pmnc. oi j1r sible for any man. to ..beho o. imUiLWiL!!iJii!iiio. ,i in nr clirmlil drive moil OIP ' en wn linvi. iinm tnrc nf l!!l!lort:lllt i "l. may say upon Marshall, McCiackjenjiiul Graves. j apace Seersucker Coats and j . !. party. Demo bills upon the Calondatv ,. his views out of tho NOtrouble to name all articles, bat i.... ii i.i to show goods, ,, , "dm-eIMIIJSCIl 3 to $2 from . (t'linton Street, Corman&Co's Old Stand ) ui IMC J. lUSIilUIll i.:...n.ir unit. ho Vt'H ; BofH- -andome and see, at thr corner of Trer xnoigoimemaii Inet ."-w.- j v cr.its differ on the iilair-Willi- s ino .. opeaKor. t. :,.... n ,inci,.oc .i, on n..n-ti.. r..,v... .. t. """ J'ine Mohair J'ophn (.oats and and Moscow Avenue. East Hickmru, Bj educational bill, and the Demo ii win iwiiuiuuj wtjji;i.a. XOi- Chapter 9m. An Act reward- cess of the Democratic party in y . fVom . 4.50 to 3.75 crats who oppose this great, . . mg persons in this btate finding ,T the coining Congressional .,. (..aU r a r llllm . ; ' sehemc, had as well assumo to IRE BOSS YAM. .... . ..,....,... and proposes to do all that ami IiniwTiiio- - ns mi fi i!iiil hniiieH o0c E1CKMAN MARBLE WORKS for drive the Boomerang out of the can bo done consistently with r tho of human beings from any nai t i r .. party because of its indorsement ii siieam r.. inus l..i.. ip-- Long Mohair Dusters for Men, ouue. in T7:,Q urn meaning oi ins oain oi ouice game S3 to from of that grand measure. The nai.iail Lain.U fDtd AIIB tQ a8fijsl 5,, uaccon lplishment of proved May 7, 1SSG. Said Act HICKMAN, KY. tional Democratic convention, Across Seven Riveis and e have a large stock- ot i ara- j that end. I have assurances that1 reads as follows, viz: tho only authority competent to I. lie it rmntrd by thr General sols and Fan.--, which we will Close ho will do everything to aid tho Two Mountain ianares. lay down tests of party faith, has National Committee which mav Asrmbty of the Commntncullh oj u( Cost. never endorsed tho. Morrison., or 'be done legitimately in the spirit AiUncJ;y, That any person in this . , fi DEALER IS I have hecured, permanently, one of tlie finest workmen in the State, and will make condemned tho Randall idea of wtin as the letter of tho law, State finding and bringing ashore' roofing and tinning a sjteciaUy. pubthis AmosLvcrs, is 1(1 bei,ove g tariff reform. Italian and American Mauli .Motto I will not be undersold, even in larger cities. recommend- - the dead body of any human of party, the hero ot one of the most re- - .,tiou8 of tho that the lic men, stream, from any navigable committee as tore- MONUMENTS, TOMB AND QRATI know that the ,tariff system is, markab e adventures which over movals from offico wi hnvo theh. coursing along and through this man-many years, a i louiuiumiai man. ii iii.i, Still have - le control of the folSTONES. at least, lor ,v,-ilwitli l.ini. Th ?ttf clifill firnin ?i for or ri. fixed part of our government ma- been the custom fortbejinnle por- - President is Democrat." ward not exceeding $5. The said lowing makes of Shoes; all Shoes . received a fine lot of Ai a l 153 cj HAVING Italian Marble, I an fr chinery, and therefore details as non oi tie linage 10 aiaue nugo, t.Whnt (Io iQn u,ink of ,,i8 r(J. feo or reward to be paid by, the' mentioned will be sold strictly to thearrangement of that tariff, kites and fly them with thick cords cent vetoes. Mr. Robertson i " pared to fill all orders. Call and x in which such dead! or der iruarantce , we defy any man j " ur work. is only a question of business poli-- ' This year it was dcteimiucd that JUi is found: 1'rnvi-- or woman to come up and sa that 1 think they arc eminently drowned person Orders from the country rroBPly all previous efforts should be out- ry. Bfiifl JttohertpnJ ''(", .wn-- , The coronet of such we vei failed-t- o make good any Mr. kAV4. . . . . HP. J fol-- , tlBirw- - .pnoimrr-kke-.- o aiirTf oi i tie inmost comnuliid county shall truly uortit'y to c- loitowi.iir oranu-- oi ouoc STOKE-TUKH- EK, claim at.er an ii.Muesi us a;..., tiiev failed to give ,atNtae- niw ii "b, in U,al tIlo-- v wie .. y as wei as the cordius to law, by said coroner. ,Jc!: tfeie IieigUiJ feet i ti f hc (Comer of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) r viz- - tJoiMmv t& " ) The Vasluigton Corresponpent dies. wslth across tho bottom 2 peiigioll .' 2. This Act shall take effect committees of both DEALF.lt IS of the Louisville Tunes has inter-- , tee ; extreme wtd h across he UIJU:chc5 of Congress to the no- - from and after its passage. Tshoe fir Me n he cs "'"Mle, " ! !" ; fiTt J A. more rigid scrutiny "" viewed Col. Turner and Capt.l 1 world for tl.n money ; tough hickory! cessity for a f. .,hlhu(1 work was . .. As we anticipatedT the radical best in Theio invo ' nm;nat.on: Stone as toi parly with oiie-:?- I , . u?" oi--ans slmvcd thi and of Ohio aro now boomiuir the Win. Cosgrove Shos lor La- ..i: A SO AI.0. Al' Il t copper wire A dou- - i.rt .i..;r.,i ,,n.,Din..i. i.nf i, l,- - tiift Gen. Sherman for the next "nresi- - dies and Mioses. Ile reports Stone as asserting eight Line', Hooka, and all. kind UST OPENED, with new STOCK, ou' and out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. Net, Stiiie, dencv. They wero swift to find ,i i,r Perhaps the readers of the Cor- his willingness to abide the ac- ble thickness of heavy muslin was, ,,,.,..., oo-wof 1 isdiing Tackle and Supplier, at a bar TERMS reasonable. PrttrontRe solicited. of tllcIaml the closo inspection of chiimsl Hmlt with Logan, because that' uii:r WOuld like to know whv we each gain. Groceries and Family Suppli gaa tion of iiis party tho will of tho stretched onthe placeside fasten for frame. And erallr. senator had consciencious scru- - are making such Deiuocraey, however expressed. iug the iljiug cord was doubly which those vetoes will biinijaboiit' of that' lcs ot duty and honor, in a late, oct30-l8S- 3 He reports Col. Turner as assert- braced with yellow pine scan lling will inureit. to the benefit distin- - issue of tho Commercial Gazette, At iTnm?DmTQ nn'PQ RlnRH. for - will load to the NEW FIRM. .:...,,,.; !,,. ,a " ",.nfr tiili. ill I) IL1J I'JLLUUiJ UU1U. n o Intrt thiol ing his willingness to abide a pri- " ftii'iviil1 iiii.ii tuck ,J " "," "- :l"lil"l",l,i ""l guishingof real sounors trom par- - "l i:. i and Teller . ruling Logan, Kvm-t"i P?csident mary election on- - the regular elec- was screwed a ring bolt, which ?Jt i our object: Our stock clamped on the other side nith an -- Ven for their vote in the C. S. senate t assumed .CiRLISLE. tion day the 2nd day of August, .iron pin. The ring itself was investigation.; of Milliliter Go.hU is too large and layno-boodi. the Pen- - 0M the this inches in diameter, and capable of and that he always asserted Iilaino, Logan and Sherman are j we make it a rule never to carry 0nice as ft mPro' Inaclline filon and MANUFACTURERSOF i ; position in his previous contests iiv.tiui iwiu ui uiu iiunuivu .v.:i. n'!,n kite complete weigh-;iner- ,....... gut w.. noiKtinno nnt- ..-- . as probable candidates to succeed .can close at cus-t- and we want to j....w.. ..- fnr HOW tllOSIT liroiUIIU'llliy Iteilliueu uvlt uii Miiium-- viwvua ui.u This year Turner's aniiounce-- j weight, Qn polUical grountls.; pounds, ilia tail To this thc velocs have called at-- ! Cleveland, run tlicm off before the season is mont was first made in jrajfieldicd ,",?jy-siwas made of a sixteen foot topo' ICIUtOIl, ana 1110 ,!.,...;,. bOi-- St.ii t over. We pav cash for our goods .... tloniniM-?inn .Tnlv-' XOXt. " ' jiih: wnsit JIISIUUU OI,.i: Willi ,i Pootrr AliOliiMl Ut fo(I tor . " over" tho Dis WlMSlietl, llymg ICail.. 200; aidsi of '..i 4t. and owe nothintr on them. So if All kind" of Farm Machinery. Hwa, not generally known cord the usual 5n sol(Hers wm Jimj their status Kimton Cktjfier Implements, Wagon", &c, repairt4 it is our pleasure to sell goods for Young Ifousowife I wish to a month trict for several days thereafter. manilla rope very light, bat as' ,ftie bctter for it bllurv nuiiuc uiiu nuiMuamiftc luaan.i for pleasure it is our or so ltNeiv Wagons, &c made to orJr ltrjow about thc nost noug0j got a pair of chickens. If the District Chairman had have sirongasauouuiouiiKc..an,,as business and not yours, and if you mar5 procured. Dealer Yes'm. Hero are some Mr i0i,ertsoi.. Door the coinSataCaS' acted promptly iu obeying the sug- can buy 2 worth of goods for Si .., very nice ones. Itl'll IIIU KllU was lllIltilIUUi1;iin,1 lilttaLi r ,,.: j, w uilblVi; ik very easily. imiiin'voii have made 61 gestion for a primary on tho 2ndjtj,erc was n general jollification. , 'The people do. Tho general 1 IL Dave you any js"'""! -met, pernaps wo ,nave uiauu.t munul i' r: tlay of August, ho would luu o had The kite was secured to a tree, outlook is exceedingly splendid. chickens? 25cts Lower than the Lowtf D. Well, ma'am, thev don't oft- - that will stick to us when we come to make lightning time, corres- and livers, who was pretty drunk, I believe that we will not only 1 bare no clerk expensss bo stort rt weroj en kill game chickens. They keep to ask a reasonable and legitimate ponding with the members from watched it while thc others while win that is beyond all question and pay cash for all lay Grocerlei, j imbibing. Everts after a 'em for show. profit on our goods. herefore can sell as cheap as tkt Btftp the different counties,- bringing got tired of holding tho rope and but will make gains." i Lo x. ii. l should proicr some st. Kest brands or Witteaberg We have manv bargains to otter complete unity in thc 'Is there them together, giving general ad- wound it around his own body. committee as to the conduct of game chickens. t ar Flour, 23 cents cheaper tka tk Uw that we haven't space to mention JOHN W1TTIIHO. D. For what reason, ma'am 7 vertisement hiZ the County com- There was a stift wind blowing at tho campaign on the tariff quesAs we don't expect this advertiseY. IT. Ijccuusc game chickens mittees acting afterwards, in ap- that time, and when tho men came tion V ment to remain long in the paper, pointing ptecinct officers to hold out of tho grogery there was thc "Unquestionably. Wo shall not arc brave. IOW TO SAVE JjONEY. we would ask that you retain a 1). Well, what o' that ? X3ST said prnnarv election, ixc. &c. So kite high in fho air and Everts stop to discuss the duty on salt Y. IL The poet says, "The bra- copy of thc it is reasonable to conclude that! hanging on the tail. Ho quickly or the duty on lumber, but we We are Wholesale Headquarter! tor al grades of there will be no primary election ( disappeared from riow, and, as no shall do everything that in us lies vest are tho tendcrest." on tho 2nd day of August. In! trace of him could be found dur- - (for the success of tho Democratic TOBaiCCQ CHSWl-l- , SUQSiKQ ui CHAIS faet, all parties consenting and'iugthe next few days, ho was gtv party. There will be no divisions A Wily tViilo-n-9- . Sthenic. and that when you come to our and will job to dealers oaly at Faary 9 PHKl jICrlinBBBBBBBU willing, it would bo impossible to en up for lost. Eight days after nor dissensions; you may bo sure l'bili 'tlpliM It,era!J.l prices; also the store bring your list ot prices ior necessary stops and arrange his flight ho walked into tho vil- - of that. Differ as Democrats may tiiku 1LT r.' at t run rr r x r Kjiii.iiuu.i . a. x. li'dii kiiiitb .., ,,in.ia na 1 ..U...I.I. Dentil Scotch ui Susriu tatck Sut iju iu . tu mav WIS to month-intime, without using tho lagc and told how ho had ucciiiamoilj; thomsolves. tlio wines will soon AND after your husband's death" "b a (lon.t do just the best in the market. We also gcc PATENT tolcgrapitftr wires to accoinpl ish carried 4o Mill Ilrookilianipshireij, t0ether at the eiectl-0USconstantly on hand a choice aeleetiwa crow There is not a particlo of friction said a Philadelphia lady . to. tho iiiiiiv i s nmnn5(1 . tn (1(,- No doubt county, seventy nines asjne it. ...vi.."- ,itniirriiTnn iii.j-- lltlW i.nn... il .....i..... Family Groceries, Confectioaeriga and , . IIU n t UVCll . 1. nmun Abdominal Supports of flies from Alpena. In his journey in tho committee, and no division 'lilllL;illt.l hiv-- i .1 i iionn iiiiinijinreti i so imiuu tv .!.... Fruits, which we will sell very low for tor the cash. Pleise call and iee na. JuDftU War. Lindsey says tho he crossed seven riversjhnd two of sentiment as to thc policy to ini'dit. snv that, hnemisn vnn nt hv adveistisemonts that you have MEDICINES ranges of the Alleghanies. He bo pursued. So far from losing, :lcnaintod with John down thorn but in the honesty that, he will be a niiiiiiiiiii-eiuen- t FUCIUA dc DeBOW. IPA-ITSTS twogcntlenien . candidate nr ijiu U. S. ouiiiiii- - ici.was discovered by couihtion, who we bhall make decided gams iu you wore to make another' of an advertisement, is why we California and throughout the catch "entirely unofficial,'' whatever that j in mi iiiiconscious A.3STD ask you to retain the prices menSaddlery aijd Harness attei v" "'V """ A.2srx nmv mean. Paducah Xcws. "Oh, that J':"- West, and hold our own every- .Mr. Grimsby,will bo all right, ma. tioned. Remember the place, j him back to Alpena. There is no where." 4. who has just buried ' Jl IUUIOU tllitl. IIILilllS IHilL doubt about the truth of his story. "What has Congress dono to his wife, is going there". I'IjAUT KBtS. A CO., And, be.A. is willing," that he is wil"Barkis the hope, Mr. Robertson ?" sides being real rich, ho is very in New Brick, on corner near IL TOILET ARTICLES justify & FARRIS, ling for the newspapers to sound Crooked Officials - take a "Ask rather what Democracy nice. I'll toll people that I dotost Buchanan's store. . WtiIJi-has done. It has forfeited tho Saratoga myself, but that I visit- &C, &C, l&c. the public pulse,and that if a good JacJcson St', oppotite Courier Ofee &c., &c, Szc. lIfp-tc- !i grant ot millions of aures of land0i it outof respect to dear John' iu tlu) Co.Tim'rculj' opportunity is developed ho will - - - MT. T. MCKMAN, A. Washington, July 1C Ii. S. ' to corporations, and restorod them memory, because ho loved it so." H. be si candidate. Iy the by, Lind-fra- y 10 o'doeK WELL selected stock of Saddlaa ad New York, 'Chief of the' to tho people. Its annual appro-DivisioESI'rescriptions filled at any hour.day or night. King night bell after is the biggest brained" man Peck, of of Issue in the Harness. New, work aaade ta eraW. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, have been less than any r. M. office of, priatious 5!c. Swore HJnon ;ii. Prompt attention given to u ? in JtvcniucKy, andI?!--no is ever; tho Controller of tho Currency? 'siMC0 the war. n nns couecton Vonkera Statesman.! called to public places, the poo-hin- d J. Edward de Saldo and imoro money both on ciTstoms and- "You say the trout weighed ten HICK 51 AX, - - - KENTUCKY j Charles 11. Hinckley, of the Dis- - internal revenue than over be- pounds? " pic will realize it, of any kind. He has secured the aerrieaa ILL attgnd to all business cntrnMctl Irict of Columbia, of that well known and excellent werk-maclerk in i f"c alul IU the I:ist fiscal year ,,fiR .m uiu uiggest, VV to tbeir care xmc, an, t on the total , saved Uncle Bob Farrisa, which of iUalf k After reading this item (from tho the same oflico, have been dismiss-I ever saw." Furniture Factory. Office a guarantee of good and faithfal warit. Coi" Houston remark- - cd for tamtieriusr with evmnmntion revenue of thc country. In con front noninr.n "And it got away from you !" nov8J78 apr24 Tho dismissals caused noction with this it has ltiaugura II "Yes." ed to thc writer, 'you may just papers. rj -- i tell 'em that I .wouldnt give .up quito a sensation, it was stated ed ho "Will you take an oath to p J. C. PAKTLOW. A.. A.. T"aB J. P. GRAY. cas",3 my present position to go to Con- - this morning, on oflicial authority, tho iHc moncj "' l" n..n.l T uijii greatly rePHYSICAN AND SUMEON, gross." The Colonel is supcrin- - that tho department has suspect above tho sun, of $100,000,000,courabou ,l WI,CU u all grade of Plain, Mwlinm and Fine FURNITURE, at We times, of Chair,, Rockers, plain and maiMe "Vc that amount for jimy hoc- w"; ' e."J0Uou tcudetit of tho Paducah watered for some time that' crooked keeping at all KENTUCKY duced Jricw. caw a full line Wardrobe Chamber bets, Mattresses, Springs and And jtet yonr BlacktmUhing and cMf al HICKMAN, s, . i woric was iiein' dono mt Yninina- - essary rcuuiui-uu, ui i".w'.i ""T ..... oerTicea,ia top Tailw, Bureaus, works. I'aducati tjianttard. C Kepairiag done at i Inlelligent invest.gation pays, thertlofe "vFFEKS n3 i roiessioaai we nuaranttt our prices to be the tmcaU W A Treasury ofiicial said to notes. . .. . She XVonlrt It in n HtniiLrht tin to tho Re - Uions. e re headquarters on the citizens of Hickman and vicinity. dk GOB J.-Twe invite your investigation of our goods. I t!,c Commercial representative: "How much land do you think rittnrfflrfoaicIo-TcIrap- Take .llorc Sugar., jan!6-'S- 0 -I pttUicansuowniieroiii.it tiioKc tho Wq wero qtiot,y waililJ,r to the Democratic majority in (Cbnur of V6h and Mscbmg StrHU,) . . . .T 1'pnLTiiiniu .1...I-- . 1.1 "Do you find a sufficiency of. ....Irtil ij m IflMII'll'II caicn soineoouy, 1.T -- " " I1K .11 Lllll "'""-"--j i Illlllll::!! ll'I. If."neiug convinced iionse, suuuu I... Tlll itvo.wv. III, caloric in thc circumambient at- FETHE'S SALOON, IT.- HICKMAN, have iroed not to run a candi-- t that frauds wore hoTmr .nnr.i..tr.i.' has restored to the public! It is Good Work at Rock" .natfoat Prim. Onr ioil in that. liuf Win--, .;.?. !.. an nrci yreator than the conibii led mosphere?" asked thc high school X PI.EASAXT KESORT in Wert .tufa r nn..nnoc r.. i.td carrying the largest line of Wooden anil Metallic Burial Cases of anvfitm . - iIprL-- now i.t mi vu,i:.,..t5,.n CJTOltO. 1 iii m.... , . Itepainng and. .- ot the ReUllbllC oflTUI ice gin oi iiui Hiuiuei. .it inu ten iaoie speeialtT.-a- T Tennessee or Kentucky. We discount ?H competition in this line. WOlt Jt uoi...Houston win interview .as that was handed in. niwljiiV ,..i.i.hl;iml tho W le r. ,.,,.,. tii is yesterda'. on tap. 3l FRESH BEER constantly Etunire of ... Job Work a specialty JOHN f: GRAY tPft Tobacco, of the beet brands. prowptlyon tln point, giving the t, .ins.erscivcn tonn.i.cnrM'vast territory-- ail empire: in itself "Well, I don't care if you do STKPIIRXS A; 31 AXWKIX. iaraG-t- f t st solicited. whys.-Umt-l UW .. vW wherefores, it might' word for word thonin7jii the an- CSTSlorc Rotfma'uiulcr City Hall has been wrested from railroads put a little moro sugar in my cap, patTonao sov 11 tf .K.. ' swero I'n ntlii'l- - rnruoratlonS to WlllCIJ jlildred, rcpitcti uiuuid iauy. ii.fnrActiiiir ranitinfir ..KLia ! tV.ll.. ...M.... Vt ! V th8samluert? mil IMOOil m u. rr . Lopu'dicans atuMllteil , "J cede it nhsoluely. ne6i01l vetoes wi.r.'Rnet.ii.Pil mid ins.nuecs,. .. i.i umimnn to si tliml defeated. this, tlia'iv,- ;in Our M.iC. dis-- , eyes to the met unit someimug Fu.lDAY .. Iast Utf House two Then- h- - o in ..iim'H-- of such ami they oie..eil our !.. r , .-. 10 R E A. iillil icLH. pear, by voting for the "rah HUM 'J' 'against the lresiil5ti!,iJvcto.ami A' ; pui-non- f ...., r.-fit- r,:i GOODS STtYLES ijst FLUMMER & DOUGLAS, M - ( ii 4c ''i,OBmg,,ie i..,,,., ! I "' i jirfq:. Gar-lisle, sl JLA.TEST ia-aA- DBESS GINGHAMS, AND PLAIN PIQUA. I I l.o-t- r. ri!ii-!ir:iiii- s .. -- ul -- ly f port-jab- l, W n.r,i ri'1 .. ,, t: Kft ";', l, -- ... - ... JMHUBBARD.M.D.. Jf M..-.- J v . ?lln ni)hlTZllll otf-fio- .:., '.. ,.lnil j . J. llS?uk m nt. ,, ha-'Thib- et FAPFB5BXS -- n STOII, at, Faris Parkeb, ?. ".;"' - I Tr. .... v i.... t. ! ,...---- O. B. KINGMAN, i - .u ""-(W- '"stoi.e ,, t.-- . .,. .... . w- Iln-kma- i 1... .. aii-wnri'-.' jd - Hardware, inva re n'lui mm aS Family Groceriei. d eam-naiir- n. ... -- . .- V fen rr i . .. re-duc- ed gEJ't G&& mrF. 1 , I j FUG, dc. Ifll? Out-intellige- bo-in- . ii-i- ,..,.. .,. IllSllflllllAK, r- f. J - "-- , -- ffc un-e.on- ntr - . i .s J Kn JSrro Wrnm m w tin-atten- -, . , , rfmfl ; I 'v, L F. B. CASE, Groceries; -- HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Family st.-ue-d tTT L fni J ::,.", .... W. G. KINGMAN. i -- f'; U s S 1" e HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. ,t-,- nf(i Wmil BM -- Lid' x ... r-- 1 i. t- j-- C2 J S3 Groceries. Hickman, Kentucky. J. W. COWG1LL, DEALER COURIEPv, il e 1 .! 1 DBUGS, Trusses t 1 ' 2, 1 if-;v- kj .- -' little-confiden-ce T i;T tjx-cia- l "y -- PLUpER &R TLER n - 1 A RErAIKIHfi ! $1,-10- -- --r 1 ... u "" I DE. J -- F.RIS FURNITURE! ,aail e-- n, t rm a a- Wash-stand- h CRAT ... ... i;;.. 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