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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 hic1886080601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tV ' sr ss . ' 1 -- y if m k V frit t if i j t,l He W. tf WOE COUBIER I FOBUSHEDJEVERY FRIDAY. CEORCE-- , WARREN, HiaKMAJN. KY. JL '?' " "i . A ' f . a;fnl',iu -- .jjfe I j . - . , - J r j mm TatnoaBtraet. next door to Qty HalL v, f Trrr? r! vj ' . ' fc - THE) sffl(JKMAN -- 'Tiri - , ;M -- zm w w .J ; - Wii Sjw ' 111 Fine . Job Printing EXECUTED ' LSfc M. v f "" i " fj rnin i v - COURIE ri rij , --- -- . With Neatness and Dispatch! Ml $ NLcVZiS BILLS, ENVELOPES, L2TTER-HBAD S. OKOROE "WARREN, Editor. , . ; 1 1 - ESTABLISHED 1859. STABaaugSf BVJMNOW Tho A Ev(tonoi-rAffainat- toe Ui s .gaiatn' Detective lUto the , ltlf Wltnas-- I4 - 7 K ? ,1 :r and the glory and 'terror of war wire1 ition. x ei portnaj ed more vividly than ever before, toillHiras reported , and reforre!. aittewpr-tlw- ! savo upon the field of actual hoe, CoLiMni-iO., July JO. tor- Tho confertr! ittcennl"lhe in lieu of companies, were opinailO htniCt tilths OltV thie nr.r,irr and 'harbor H ?Is ed a eontlnoefl rler HAUD HITS AT TUB A.N ARCH MIS. BKTeouiciiU A Buildings wre miroofedaistinrOoted, posed to each other, nnd tho spectators got iloils'e instruct.-!- , Chicago, July 27. In tUo Anrcbisti' as excited as tho nuutia participants. '..l.V i. ,.,.. emmnejs blown over, windows knocked strlklrjr out hen the Canjly Sf- Hcijnepln trial yesterday DotecUro Johhion artillerv out, streets flooded, sewers wushed in, nnd 'ix gutlingtwelve pieces of fire, half aud Ul Porjaire laiKfeguns opened fuptnor Rffe the to a rigid by Shin ( anal. St ii HayjHid JjRke 'HiehlpHU had havoc generally was plujed. Old veterans Tha people lost their senses counsel for defense but his evidenctrgiven ,ShilCaua, tbj saiupi Kiver,CPinuiision uurrahed. ami tcrtj-s- . courted lowu their inut tenous nt tho anu tne i'oioh tta'fhrordvr'riieht heini on Saturdaj-j-emhin- ed cheeks as they remembeied how they had unshaken. Joseuli Rolling Mill, in The"oftherHJ as taken Gruenhut,'reity aspector of fActpntji wi,t witnessed encounter of real fighting at up, ana tho twifcitihittv forfelthur all purt of the city. Tins building a frame t Incknmauga. Uettysburgand Shiloh Colanus, west tnoments,..wa,,t!Jo ytaxtt ciajt..-:ilr,?t- .i itrcK;jrreeato 5rets structure .'500 feet long by 110 feet wide, onel Loder, of the regular imyC5.4Tl aa uaienuod wes then timony wamaihlr,c6rrolor?it"vo arm,sa4t was of that tbe most realistic exposition of the noise passed j aa covered with a slato roof lies nn tarVThtfJayr-Statby the reporter W'llKmvm ou mid blare of battle he ever saw The glittercommerce fiven IjP lt.ifft ttnftlon t6' -- lat, mass of ruins Thero uuro presGruenhut nvr -t , , .aKreoonly thirty-fiviuuuii men employed nbout tho ing nrins. daiicjiig plume,, awful din and ent at two iteH)H-tl-iw(e- a iW'tlkiij-a- ii "rr'OpBOrffltDSltjltiaHllllfclllpliinil.! nrm Tue wind was (.weeping over the roar ofurtillei v. with nn null. uepaf and Spiev.tr' wtfth Ihft 1 Jtihr ' ! jim . t Wtlr!isf3JKli.j! , ol .VgW'fyK? nil aurnuiieu uiiu nupu xuu uiui HTirvr;aroj VBlcinn. .... uc .thuiii;it.himukl omuiiKf. hiv TOWWl" inmost rCitulartne tact, tn,.i, '. Olen jriOuiKl Iroiutho noithwet witli tro - .lf nOlllTVftnTrltir W oniiPr. Xr nr.,.iil.,f 1, a .' " V r? WUI MmM 3TT- LIID IIlTf !. . - l ... ...i-N!? i" tiaT!W5nmi:.'lfie-lHfuns-jkitl,ti5.nlBE- - praciiiioners, inunutted ibjr.. iaBSctJKg ahdlneir omintm luiy, uenaiujrirces una uuintrttio peiietl, aud tho whole Mexican authorities Mondragon left enrerA d'utfuiiM trw'mTiPlth the Jicdiiim uoue-va- s affair went off ON natnita on Tannn nnvMnns tucn nt t.h llrs. Vampbell. as a dernier resort, for Saltillo, ten Ju s, but the Stato hns eonsHWnbla atmosphere with debris of all kind. Thero" . b uifs oftiereilnu.l lhe returned to not, however, before , 4 73 tf. A r0 in A magnificent style. Ihlrtyof sent ott for Mrs. Swcetland, a t pui.r. l s plans adopted for street warfare. He also 1 evijen.-- m Tba dfenhVjU ac. was a great, roaring uouufl, and the next having delivered his lieu- eorifreiice. Al'HI was reqrt,l to refer the Good lti's . .. the inilUia were overcome by the heat 6 SOU 7 . 5 IMi? u XI "curer," temporarily located in tenants to execute orders toThe victim MtO.irn.hnn clwan to lhetjurt orcla'ms. Common leaf .. mat spie3 xvroto the "lUntnsa" winnto impeach, the truthfulness i.f it. minute the great ventilator on top of tha (luring the engagement, Iiroveu Rasures. A "V fi tY& U 'JT. 6 VI It wh placel on ttir-- ciKrvlrtr. "ThfortiB-ciitlon- s Med vm "caf .. and one died to-- this cits and that lady promptlv roof was lifted up and dropped down,falhug da circular and corrected tho proof. His it. iuompson inci ilarrv (i.liuer. letter . 7 7VC 8 III! ia thtn tuke n l'l 'XVTtl2 .7) dc baled and Good leaf . ... ed to thecall However, w hen she reached in a pathetic Lynn to annealed to United eviaenca also tended to bow that j H attv trilmtr, Ibe witness who .teAtilieil through the roof. A moment later tho roof States save him, saying ho passCl. IhcMirpliis mo'ution w a, taken Selections...-- .. , 9 10 M 14 (lnWLJ ort g the housi decomposition had already set in. was an Consul iua m tha llayraaret on Tciiixlav toat he snti Siihm iitht ii., itself was up in the air as if by magic. The American citizen, nuv up. and j u tun in ui KW&JZOti possibly growing out of tho nature nnd transgression against any guiltless of tha't ndjourned.tiH'lnjr it tonsidcration the Senate Wrappers ny pianneu HEROIC DEATH. Anarhii.ts I fUMud r'chnHubelt throw tue bomb come employes, when they heard the cracking of lae law, and complexty of the disease from which Mr Mondragon had had him arrested to irratifv viu-,iuias nn evnt-uou- r Hoi-s- i made a w ild rush to get Conferees ou the Northern raetiii, hut oi a gooa iai4y- - 4ls father wti Ibm the Miscellaneous Items. really as an 'mdiaintipirt orriofJueUue Thpinai XV. Gilmer, formerly Governor out of thoTuildmtr. and most of them Riin- - x Young Wnuiiii e xiiriVrsons Campbel hud suffered, aud the stench his vengeance. This letter was delivered bltl were appointed. .M i on Peaki e, of Maysville, i liecoming emitted rom tho bod was fearful. Mr-.- . to Consul Lynn ten hours after its author p611co.I to denounce tlia 17- alt Virifinia nnd memur of Conrr-.sI rom Krowuinjr. tinil (Joins Jtick ceeded, although when they got out they Hp.ropr!ation bill whs Hjrreoil to In Sweetlanl, who is an intelligent, sad ejed had been basely Counsel for the vrobcutlon then read va- and Kftornard Secretary of the 2avv House iiajvi-go, tno nir was to Kiie After the lourth Is M'U il shot Consul X.yun has coinmitteeof the whole, the 5ellnJors rtcedlnjr a terror ,to evil doers. Sixteen negroes ladj-- j ordred disinfectants to be liberally from. Uf objection to the clerks. full rious incendiarv artfIij finm t,o i .,. bn Le toj itteiir"togottse"r wltli jfr' neonsof living wuereto slato and OTlier pieces of telegraphed luid Ir.iRKil 1'iulcr. applieil tbout the rooms, nnd she placed tary Raj ard. tho facts of tho case to Secre- The sundry ciiil bill, wiih amend' were trjed before him the other day for Paroonb' paper. alLtif ItlieMbearfup- nu $,&! Uprfjiur, SecreUrv of State. David 7 Edward Ulackly had a lriraculous St Pi meats Hiiythcn uiiisidcrcd and returned to riotojis conduct and fined ?W) aiiieco nnd Minn, Aug 1 A Uutte, herself boide tho corpse For twenty minthuibur-.tiuj dynamltB'as'to Sueaas f7r tu ctm- and stvnr-aMof hy of,tha tnim tia wnoiu., the jiitu gerou.t, Montaiia,.pecial, gives tho particulars of utes she gently rubbed the body, mutterconference. The report on trie e coM.s, amounting to over jo. tUq crowd , , of tommotIorStt,tff8fr'ah! eniKtinnf ing revolt of ther.lJikssi.fi: Tho ling, and, being funable, to ijfo- Mil us Hilopted In tho Houjc. nil'l at A p. in. YUM, YUMI vrero obiected 40 i ,uie.d fenje irticlv ,'Jl? lgato Pnmi'ton during a p!e4Mfrtjuf--grounmeant ok banned together, firmed themsglres ,with refuge under a largq, beam. thadrowiungof Miss Jane Me Arthur, form- - ing pr.jers or incantations the Mouse adjourned. en thj c.Aiwft 011 nd then tho dead man's that they v'crfiliVlniJcoivniuljica- tbaTotom 10. FebnjarVi. j jt liie roof came eTlv of that city, in a heroic effort to save while, pistols and guns andbtarledout to do up V."sni,NOTON.July23. The ISohemlitn lIlcurs l'ejist on ioat Dog uons for which the editors were ifafrV ' Inline trial, ttpAlajftDrvJ. IVfilaniliv but, KtrunffO ilO . down? with la criisb eyes He tried to W1V. .BlndklvJrfScnnnd ttheiltvesf; others For a ear past sho but wasoiened. Tho rubbing processspeak, t'eGoiernoror I tali, relative to borne white boi, agaiiis;. i styue of sponsible, but aoTvnnpo Till They Get hlelc. was -3 limbic umniured.the "K.rf, tirril.linTTnn"rrnr.; has been conducting a ca,ttlo "he violation of the mnrriiiKe laws inthalTer-ritori.wiitheir number had a, giai'dgo. Sqa difj)r th- - falling timbers, ranch on tho continual twenty minutes longer, at the wuu ui may. wore i?riiitHl...r' rf'3ue ni lB0 tomoan(tTheHertnr--PiTTSiiuitGii, July 29 A Bohemian living uouior nreseiLted A beven or eight work- Upper Sun rrver' copied as matter. of.no,i. orinjonvl hs' ltlfe ...i..v att , 4i; fir UUU QIWIIjL.1 men were severely, and two or three danWith hoi- ohl, mother end of which time the corpse sat upright In tho suburbs butchered a fat dog yester- tlon to autlione the continuance of the I'en- - ale'criiiiinaN wtiie m J ho gaiig, nd ,tlia editorial opinion wn.-- , and ui tireo hours ho wns tIllrt of the vicM.w of tbo ix gerously wounded wmto boys did well to keep out of Uieir Tho immen-bruk li ws encamifod on the bank of tho his faulty, Mr Campbell chatting-witday and served it up at a feast, to which placed on thcc.U.u-.ilar- . A number of Mouse wa tlKcvtf hub of :, pni .if. .i lv.t1 ., . t StlUCtnre Used as a Iimnn rlmxir. riiK nl.n riier when Judge Armstiong. with bis is now enjoying Twoof the gang, George Wilson (.IIICIGO Jll'v 2. Tn lTi, Ati.nf.fiiL-n'1-. several of bills wero rcfuifted trtm conunlttee ThA nnd ktlVuS iUtn greater mill mhtr ni. liTtAvTr . , than wife, afatfifmTgrNii.osOno eitrtiV roof twelve daughter of hfteen ars. son of time sin.--freedom from painand his at mi) women werehid countrymen all atocountry- Morrison surplu resolution, as air.cmled, Henry Clrepn. are wanted ,iii C.ucinnati and . t .. . for. ty 1.3.L A.fMwll.1 t "PI jjhviuuj ....... I i ui .n heartily in ited. "They his first illness, ..l.nn. 111 physieai-ix.s nuiiiu and n tp. lister sister, ail I .u"i.ii; ni.K.r'eii mmesrecenfrycrtmrirt'd there. Lrfd vAir1' considereT Messrs. .Ui n detectives testiaed lurthr rcgarJ.n tho chief r.a: . r he to'd a gtiavtlv sryTf' limv appear, Mth the hundreds orRv.j.lo t ford tboTiver with A'four-hofcian, lybo admitted that ho was dead, ex- of tho flesh, considering it a luxury. uikI Siiiiriilan farnredthc amrtidetl. be tdrnt'derttflneiwHefe Is'early all who partook of the meat? Were Gflrn-ptncU.lB 4. incendiary utterant) f ,$W, ftiVV S'a!VP.d V,cne!i ,lnJ Mr. Camp"iluiTinn ; 111 tho at the time, but one is known team The hortj beumie uniulv, joiunto presses himself as resmiition, and taken sick, their Bymptoms resembling ' Jbnes ippos,) rI'lnqib, Ve-- t - Heck, Teller and a, sothisht-Ainfcnittliirfin.! to ijave. siistninell sftrious injuries. h iTJieyJ deep wt r the tumili into the bell s unable to express his feelings while those caused b poison The doctors One witne-sw-e Hhar'iK' taw feV J ill rS-Aiucht the fu'l forc3 of in tx think in a state of death. He says ho left the rapid e NonCof them vnulii vwjm Hoi;c A DtHtwas ased for the yrect on aAtoughlolto-f- t ,t f , 'r , s- some yolvers waved m tho air dui vz tue dieor- - P10 S shell Pome pietcs of rheU that Tex. Tbo MisJlrAmiuriv.'L'Uigthoncfiileiu plungetl earti. but it is impossible to say or desenbo caused of them will die The affair bus or a public l.uliill-is- r nt JetTer-oTHE " LINE DRAWN. ' a sensation among other Bohemib8rljro1(Hentii!rIon.! pained" 2 A inf.ofcKo deflclentfy bill, wIStv Senate, uniendingwhidiffllJotisauvrkvi.'ftl'j4,iRBi jacs WslUurfv vvoiwdJuJu.ni .5 luud. .aved the sou, daughter mid mother, the place to which ho journe ed. . X" ans, who have dogs in piocess of fattening mtnts, un7 conitlert'l In uvniiuutee or the, i.lojd McFarJjid betinitji.afrt-rj-i,raiij;.i,tat" Meaker .. In- -. tuon.ds-trying-haisistei she New j notes of the speeches in shorthand lh-,whole. A confer' nee wa ordered upuMei. Owxieil. fttleath grip for tlie drowning was seized in for the fable. liver or nT?tint, "vrhilo" ofhehT Uiat bj the womnir-nn10 .iliatIon .Vriuj Street I'amtlc. llurus, Lerevnrii(J McComa vtre appointed lie cad on the witness stand and tuey MAN'S ENDURANCE. torn off lumi-, both were lost conferees. Vetofyl.peusion bill- wtrt cal.ed lully corroborated former fesllmony on j hud left the iutolouory!44 Maaacia J.! 'IrfNtfenl Wholesale Jail Delivery. Juiygfifi,e Supremo up, but their contliieration wa opposed by Tho Frlshtrul Ordeal Throni-J- i Which n this pomu d auo 0oui t Bwltiy K'l&ereir u PiTTsnt koh, Pa., July 29 Thero was a Mr Heaj-a'irishn'ots. who wanieil thelntcruiecoiuT . Wounded 31 an 1'astcd. On ortTioVify! English stated feriigs of Jacob n'rfn?Pift1tbN Vlavin, the right of thS Salvati'on Ueiion denjing nm. 'Army to beat n wholesale jail delivery at "Wheeling yester- mere' bill brought up i and on y it was river bank in'fflitrffoS. tornon that ho had; Leard. I'arsomt," Spies and utnidnue Marithv. N rlmin Sh.iTtin,,, Bri tast Aug. l.TA rqt occurred last thNcv Youk, Aug 2. A Orrcd the peno-othe calendar conversing with a friend and biacmg under day While tho oillciuls were 'r drum in the streets of any city, town or night between Orangemen speak frequeullv. . He 'Mmught Thotpajj Redden aid Reman! Morp.iv eating dinner be conquered and cnd upon, and then the liituself with his cane The arid Catholics. the eto that James Uojle received m a cane in souie their upeeches on, the nQfct n iHiestwit wore extremely painful to many of tho villago of the State. The statute forbids A band of Inter- - rate bill should be taken music inarched through tho fracaj at an early hour on Tuesday morn twelve of tho prisoners, including a num- The House con merce 1U to Ni to pas' a up' slipped into, a hole, and marc mild than usual. They did hstfeuars, and moved some of them to drum beating except under the command rtfuscd on serious churge, scaled the streets at about seven o'clock oiuts ya to ing was, in tho opinion of the doctors of ber held escaped. The fugitives not bay that, niglit that thev were going to tears of a military officer. The defendants pension relief walls and boarded V.'llson, and atbill for tho took a of Andrew J.8 fell buckw ard, the cane entering his body u&A forco then. recess until Tarpons tTail thoj were fi:l" p ni. A nuantitv of clothimr of tho iniinTArofI claimed that thev were acting in obedience nieetseernl hundred children, iKtIonziiis ths Governor Hospital, one of the most a Baltimore fc Ohio fi eight train for this p. and rujituriug his lower bowels. He a? m. for private bills. not ready, and Spies baid the meeting w as and wounded policemen was exhibit-!- , to tue dictates of their consciences aud to 1'rotestant who wero dspcrate that ever came to their notice. city, and when they arrived here this mornconveyed to a neighboring house, nnd a not calIed,to.iiicit a nwt. act of religious worship. The court returning from nn btxiwiig Jul 30. A secret session was and bullet-bof- e ing they wero met by a posse of police, and band .vd's wordWalhile: on the rents torn uy piece of sbelL Thev wore bold that this v. as no defense, and that no was followed by n excursion. The which Th) knife entered at the inner angle of tho and ten of the twelve recaptured without held after the rcndln-- ofGem journal, and the physician Was summoned, who said a sur- large ennui git-a-l perso, but did not hear Fj'dn ay nouiin .tfon of Solicitor ral Jenks and penetrated tho lachrymal bone, trouble. operation uuLst bojierformed or, he, not of rehgiou worship can be allowed to onit the garments worn bv'tbe TheStnute amendments to the House could notiecover.' HeVe'fnsed submit-to- ' greeted an assemblage of Catholics, who come the bloodhounds," o? -- Vt are peacei, policemen who fell at their pos-- i diatutb the pubLc peace or.violate reasondownward, backward, and slightto prov din: for the appointment and bill able." were waiting on Carrick hill to see the preable police regulations. of tluiv at the Hivinarint. f'jiiitnin Rl,.i.ly inward, in all three and The Deadly Rattler. on of a District Judge for Alabama an oprat:on. and sutlored terribly from The stories told by "Detectives McKeogh, ouiKJsed this exhibit but Tho house surgeon sayt that cision, with a serhis of groans mingled indies. Oikhsd, III., July 29. While gather- were reconsidered, and amendment fixing tho time of tho accident to his death. Haai and Mr. Heuiemann proved lkAtii! ' fnrnoir k.n,.l tltal l.A nnS.f. th t Stnt 11. .1At. ...r It Was Good Dynamite, Sure' Enounh with taunts and fjei l The Catholics re- th blade must have entered as far as the ing berries with several other ladies near Ihstnet Judges" salaries at f"i.li0 a year fiiT much ..chance t 1i.i ,,..1 The mouument oiected to the memory of , ..Ti'i::.: . out. thv Another niiinndtnenr. Cni(iQO, JulyJ30 A dynamite exploding! plied to this olhioxirfus sulutati6n with a nicsinl line, and. gliding along the vomer this city yesterday, Mrs. Hansen was bit- "HS strickentho appointment of relatives James Francis shrmtnir I,., tua. i.. lead and dvms, to show the deadlv w ork Leonard, the first practical J shower of stones, nnd the mob accompany- of archists commenced wmultane.iusij, nnd of the itrisoners. by Judge, wns the sphenoid aso stricken out ui niu ptii iv nuj orijuuizeu to go out Oil ing the band retaliated in return Tho lioae, struck the bodr Hor screams called on th in telegraphy iu the wprld, bone, which is very hard and turned tho ten by a rattlesnake both occurred befoietho yolico Lad tired a the point of order that The young man Thompson, wluwe recall the lake this morning, to test some An- police were soon upon the gronnd nnd shot. tip of the blade liefore Doyle w as brought the attention of her companions, who went amendments were general, w title tho bill it- was dedicated at Frankfort, recently. A had been requested by the defen-took archist bombs found disp-ifth- erowd, but tbo tolbe hospital oni of h s friend's attempt d to her assistance. She was placed m a self was local. A resolution to appo'nt a largo number of distinguished people wore 3$r t'?,imvsl, ai cnjp.qja of Martue stanu dm intt the forenoon session, but 1 the city A. .treaui m different parts of number of to of water six feet in Oranaemen rapid'v increased tohxtract the knife, aud in doing so br ike wagon nnd started for her home, but be- committee of the Senate and House to report present Co.; was 7cnlfl inr the'stan.1 jnr shall Field & rosier nad nothing or importance to diameter hot 100 feet into the air when nnd forced the t nthoKcs irom the l.ill. it ff at the a planfopcclebnlt nsr at the capital the four niiil fniil liA ... ho blade fore she arrived she died Her left limb, hijm nor rivet To they were set off For twenty feet around Thy then turned Pojir AiiN-mcolored, was shot and to a r was very difficult Dr Hiendon procured which was bitten, swelled to euormous hundredth anuhersiir.t, in JbltJ, of the discularon theiilghtof 3Ihv Aid wnti,'l nk impair ordid his answers m miy m covery of America went over until weaken his important the surface of the lake was convulsed, not jtavern kept b a Catholic named McKin- - u (Oininon file and made a small groove on proportions before death ensued. 10 tne iiayniaret meet ng killed by his brother,' Ifee A rnett, at Zlon. - - " He askefl a A resolution calling- tin tho Commiswithstanding the fact Ihuf tho" Wnnmfto" uu, iuicu mey M.r. Brnz3lton to iwiotout the fcpeakers. .uttcil. leav- boh sides of the blade, and. with an inPolice Cautuin Schaack described im sioner of Agriculture for a report at thenet The quarrel which precipitated tho murder, had lieen low some twent) eight feet in ing not a pane of glans unbroken nor Just then bchwab cima n.onj and was A Queer Case. w witli Lmgg the day the latter n as the water session on the rtc at statistics of the world are-- . from Pomp's alleged intimacy witii Hundreds of fish were thrown an article of furniture intact Tho po. ice strument known as a "lion for eps. began pointed out. A httlo later Si.isgot on tno arrejtea. Lmgg toiely wag resolum pun inn oung NewYouk, July 29. A Newark justice tion ailppteil. The Momson .surplus A num- Rice's wife. Pomp wa3 drunk when the ha ha I into the air with tho stream, and tho surwagon and called for; Parsons. Waaess made frequent chatges upon the rioters, nuiii, weighinguocmris a muscularpouuds was taken up and considered. nenilv two hundred inad$ dynamite banibs andintendedjtlt Uso face wa covered, with dead ones. continued: lepuKed bv a nl U" had to use his full stieiftli with has issued a warrant for the arrewt of ber of unit in. nn nts were proposed and re- killing occurred. The murderer is in jail. bit were in everv them against police. He1 had sliow erv'of stones, nnd many of them wero bqth. handa on tho forcejis, Frank Glessou, a seventean-year-ol'Thenhe g6t down, and prettv soon I the dynamite tho u storb on ."Lake bought son jected. Mr. Sewell onered- s nn amendment At an early hour the other motninrtwc In to the oi niguiy Street, ' Hnmp Rul In Wnlp fjjrrerely feurt ITeaiiig McKenna'- - Hotel Sa'W Snips nnrl Srhkf, wn.a. ..u .it,... '" " respecmoieurooKiyn parents, ou the bill for the receipt of rude dollars at ... ....... w hile the mght orderh firmly jivo. 4 had learnetb how-- to " v..v ue itSlrem ftfrTTw;?fffryraiiri'l,.llH;;. ' nfcwreuk,;tlH noten attack d a number of a cnurgo naea upon a remnrkable story .rrrr w. thtf Ii r i ek omu iiitbitjiii. .1 iicnii iirLwrim imi u;iiui bills demandlnc houses believed to be inhabited bv t nth- .laohnd had "'experiaie.1tfij ... Londos Julv i's.or -tvZ"f . police." it that he has whirling rapidly through wrd 'pHtolUl"'-'tVatlwt't--, '" aies., ih n,..i. ijs'B.i.a7r."'' sinrl..r.a vvr;. with soma of Limrir's tivna- - arrived "The circular savs: or jK)llCO 'twice. Then I lienn ! i etTfa'strOffSTTtie naval increase bill was called up, amend the air. In a twinkling the man had gone n ,, w hen ' VolshmeiTshoald havji thlT -- I - JTJ'ir knifelsifoa's uiiieU o er to the police. j iniatuation ioruun ior several years, hmi uo vou xunitr uui? r v euuicuj ; unto, ana exiiimtea n.s erjf hnrn of "i mo head first into the river, nd the fishermen ed, passed and conference the mob toieuptho imvenipnt luid bulled Mann-righ,t to govern, themselves. Tha rarlm-metto n iSEJ5J,m,?' nC't?" Voider tho broken metal andplaftb-alrearteenattx nt t p. ta.. adlourncd a..iu volle nw.if ug Cy, and 'later referred to. Tho bombsj cartridges, after voltrJl of-- sttmes thju Lomlon make laws, House. Bi'Uw're pis-for the construc- - waited for him to come to the surface. I nassod '"Tlo fue, benefitat of "Welshmen, but fornot for tha TEXAS MOVING. at tho ofll duving them Texas Wants Gore. the enrichi.. w,bicji be did in five seconds spluttering iiuii iu puouu tmiiuiii'a ui cui ,rc. I heard Schw abCo say? Smr, when j etc., were also putt in evidence. -- nt s from poace I bills for thev come w e wit' Acstin". Tjyr.,tJnly 29. Applicatiqns to and SnrimrficlJ. Mags. Vetoed pension pnss nnd flpundormg like ot porpoise. He was and Soies nAln..I eill'ldA vm,ui. Un . ..il 1I.WA. ves- - ment of landlords and idlers Welshmen tud the ordiil ro Tie into th allied, The alen M'ho Gain K.ivur.w to II Death fire ) mob. vuivauv T..l. were taken up. Tho House refused to the 'baid adou'tthitthp..TViUVre UiH'vr iteixl.- - ufternoon Vhe raise volunteers aro.pouring In, on the Promptly .rreiteil. oen-- l n of titty dollars to quickly gathered jnto the boat and taken Sitts At.tutieAu-Tormf- Jeinandthey privilege of makiiffthpirwn" 7whicli thv du witli guns loaded the oil laws, Anm'VlihiTd' SpieVaW demaml free education, 'the us. Then who and jury in ttifw.Vnnrch-ist- s' abolition of landlordism and the disestab- with buckshot The rioters then fel back Hunter oer tbol-rel- the w'dow w here- he was foip-.quite Eigle PAS', Trx , Aug. 2 By special that the Mexicans also has information uent't" ti.toof General of throa s?emed to crowd up Parsons, and"uo , trial that he had tendered nil his Ill; najs. Itt. ashore, His name, it seems, toisbvGoorgo the El suilenh tht faet'thaf miitl'V of ieu. together. oj,is iu toaietuinr to Also tho bill to renion Mrs. Andtron yeas, drunk asamst the accused, with the uxen-- lishment of the Church." them had lieeti hit and some si'rl6isly order of Governor Ireland to County At- Paso Del Norte garrisons: tho third an,. end, he rut it la his .right-- stiou of .some fonnal matter, which, he pro-110: navt-.fin Hart, and bn? home is Salem, Ind. Ho arnot the neccsirv wounded. The police fauKht'witU teinfiu torney Kelso, complaint wns received Fokt WoimifjJuly 2 -- Texans are itch'they Jiand and Attempt to Force the United States. i.ii uujourn- lirnvery ajid at fearlul oilds. scarceh ono against County Judge Hoffstettor. Sheriff ing for war. LouaLuuJitarv eqmpauiesin olth r cieo. The other vetoed bills on tho rived iu Lomsvilie tjie da before, und fell iv jtui. ju viita iiioniiu. aentiwthocrow:d." calendar were postponed until December among tho Philistines. They flUcd him ment Was then taken until tontay. Too Rostov. July SO A Portland special to engaged in the fight eseap'iiiiiiui-- . Many drilllirg. TheUbwf 'is for ncNt. The ltcacan commerce bill B Deputy "Di you see that tWrd mail hftor thatl' ttrengthr of the ca agauistthe accused "the" Jl7crrfjV5rj say3:yrhe action of the of tin in were badlj cut with limes nnif Oglesby, Mondragon Sheriffbeing Diaz and every city are ,, a was taken up. ,H,was passed gloriously full of liquor, and be started 'ses. I saw him on che wagot' " for concerned nar can iiowbe fairly estimated V i .f gl.Lss ii tl hands of the riolers. Franco 41 Tho river and harbor bill was reiXHik at that j ictui-- and say if it looks j inns. aimlessly pver the bridge in a very hilari1fiiadianiCSverniue'ut!f in closing the Bay piecessome of them Svere almost entirely lu the illegal capture mid delivery State Attorn(rrirffrintilVAiiimtM.lmt ported from conference, and the House at 6 nnd Turkey Again Arming. lie the third man." rHai7flin mt.iuu a I the State has proven (1) That there were of Chaleur to American fishermen, is be- stripped of their clothing. of Francisco ltasiiiros to the poous condition. He hnd not gone verv far n. ni. took areresamitilbn. tn.. the ovenin Photograph of , r, lice of Piedras Negras. Tho first Constantinople, July 29. Turkey li ess.on befnjj forthe consideration of pensioii before his hat blew otrm the r,ver. In his lieved here ;auuiauiaiiuu ui .luaiuuni. question of to be an attempt to force tho ."Yes. 1 should oktllkxl jndlviduals were nrrested and making large additions to her armament. DlliS. pose was the destruction of lifo i the three mile limit into tho drunken idiocy, ho thought it would bea the third man 1 baw with ScW Jnd nnd Fatal frze Fight.1 -- 4J t. t placediuuder a bond of 8I.U0J each to '"present ronrroversy betweeir Canada" awd" Washinotov. Julv :il. Pknate. Tlie Cora Herr Krupp has received . .. . order .." spies, ana on .the. waqou. llis whu.; rt. i Lonpon, Aug. 1. A prue fight took before Justice Dunn. A meeting held from tho Government, and aa largo officer mlttee on Finance was authorized, durtpsr tho funny thing to jump in after it, and he onltxi (3J that ttiis orgsnizntion existed m tue I nited btates, as well as to lorce the Turkish were lonRer then, I think, thoiitu ." T t , e jinnped a distance of about ninety feet th" afternoon passed to continue tiro. lnvestlration of fn)acnUlUionrlda, Wales, on 'Saturday. !- - at tho gone to his work-- , at Essen, to . . Tha tebtiiiKiuj- - on tins wiULtsi creod -"Chi .aco for over two veara and, that tin? United St.ate towardopening its.marke resolutions ,trongI indorsing the nctiou of has the manufacture of the guns. overCafiadTauUisb, in wiiateyerfseltlement to weroiacuvenemoer-- oif it oLtkefqucsti6ii It is House bill to In the customs service. Tbo and was upt injured. Hewou!d,'hnve cermv wen Known orni'cra named Governor Ireland in the premises, and see luiteascbs'ationincjurt, nnd thediuud- - oignt prisoners nccweu extend the free delivery sys k jipfcn is hereafter made. J jirupareu air uv (ij, lujit tuo proposed to purchaso 400,000 American tem was rcnortcd imck and place! on the tainly been drowned, however, but forthe' Thirty-twnts m rpijwtcaiarirrairi Evans and rounds thank'ug him in the name of Mavernick rifles. .social revolution bv tho manufacture of v; Icraii a(fst. were fought during which both combatants County, for coming so promptly to tho reterested Tio calendar. A resolution was offered in timely arrival of tho two twhernum. The diTinmite bombs, bv drilling aimiuir ami Heavy Robbery. nrnct.njr the rn!nent to ascertain, oy fall into the vater would havo killed b.m ward totaUikseiKaeNin weie frightfully pounded James whs lief of its people. That :t was determined to -wiih. forelcn nations. any way but for his drunkenness. Dfiriesioni'enen The Devil Assuredly Did So. lor the dofendants eonsultiiL f,or sevt ral organizing the winner, apd Evans .was cnrned officials 8t LflCijiT July 30. inaiururattiithe revolt on or about the 1st their Intentions with juinuies oeiore ofginnin'ntirj uueoiiscious, Brownsville, Tex., July 29. Emanuel ver. The- Indian traiiership im to sil are'Jnvestigating the theft of a mail from the r'ng hundred cute, with blood Geo W Ci.vrTo.N-- , who tried to jump an flivTnRjiDm a is It Cholera? Finally took of May, lfTiTnnindvautngeof the labor ! Cherazo, aged sixteen, cut off his step- na anthoricd toe ntlnuedunujrtne rtn;es, w YoTkrto St b.rtereTout of all semblance and a his faco hold of the witness in:Mwrriei by troubles likctJTo occur at thatf jtimonlon" !poucb, en rouie from outgoing tram on the Kentucky Ccntm. of liumaii The llouce and tho Cmrrrw-Fills, Wi-.- Aug. 2. Two mother's head with an axo this morning hunt Xew- Orlenns. Haton was reported Vieks. at Covington, the other day. and had hT a long and rapid fire oqustipn to shako ing purpose. 5jibat the night preced- Jjouis. containing about 520,000 in money T'V0Sfc-.J- fr "as I'1'" etl,in a- yarriago and hack. land forfeiture hill the HaymatLot explosion the insur- and other papers and property, the wHiolo drvqfTo-hpersons have died in this city within while she was dying. He says she refused Messrs Allison. Aldnch and Heck were ip- his testimony. X itness sij1 lie could not home but dctl fropi hih feet mashed by thef wheels, has go died. understand German. "Th" c."nversiition ho rection was finall? determine on, tho being valued nt $20,000. The robbery n as on the surplus resolution reaching there. twent four hour from what uppoars to to let himtold to tho circus yesterday, and 'aolnted ton weapons distrib- committed abont a month ago, and iVj him to cut her head off. He J be House bill to regulate the packing ana He had suffered amputation of his feet, nnd the devil heard wai in English. He did not hear' t:pnal M. Van Hauler cholera A. be w for iflHny nt ent nKiireo vVns eons dered and death resulted from this nnd the previous is in jail. them say an3 thing nliquti Schwab going uted, and tbplan of operations tho thought between Ncsw York and Pittsll , w Cowhided afthe Church Door. and Mr. Van Dr . The former was taken iho slauchtir of the joiice tinally reconnnitted tn the Committee on F - newoirs V?, mao a tsiet'oh; sacking of iho city arranged. (C) and m burgh. . U That St. Louis ill esterday forenoon and died at 7 o'clock IyunARbus. Aug. 1. Dr. DInko aancealnr further consideration. .t:iup. didn t hear Spie3 us"k if one speaker plans the bomb wai went into executive session, Tiirotke'r night Iievi Chaf?ilrs an Inter- The Cholera in Europe at that meeting would bo enough pursuance of J Bt. Locis, July 29. A movement is pn m. tho Waiter, a prominent dmggist, in the evening. Tho latter wns sick about Ilred which lnlednd wounded so many md atr.:ap , ,i Tho question by Spies: . - ,,, the same length of time Considerable exIxi.npon-who is a victim one bo of tho policomSn,an i that the Anarchist w as assaulted and vigorously 'cowhidM'by public nnl Revenue 30. Cholera reports: foot to unite all the street railroads of the July sMentV veto of llorsn. The IVvi,rlii!rt.f.iii. o the ead of enough,"' in the coiiFenatiom vtjrbdiSrd citement prevail", nnd tho matter is being was somnambulism, got out of management There is Uutld nir bill --1 fj by witness, might, he suj poCed, Iniva been conspirators'mi trlaj had guilty knowledge Trieste, 9 new cases, 5 deaths; Flame, 1 WillianiReger n? tho fwaner was entering. looked alter very closely by leading citi- city under ono ontirely abandon horne-po-a tuid referred. for river and harbor confer-rric- e hotel m Louisville, tliessed bis. bed at his. The proposition to himself and of the intention tO'throw it agisted in its new case, no deaths; MaBditria, 20 new uiwueiman ijutueran ivnurcn tnit, r with reference, to the. uu.'tus Ji Euierin. zens. It is thought to have been induced the report of ri. cr for cables, aud reduce tho faro from lleimepin canal-Ne-an amreetnentrccognlzin-affair excitement tic would' woarsp0yit5Toly,'th!(t he" srwJ rosnufacture and caused it to be exploded cases, (i deaths; Bologna, 15$new 3 cases, 5 in the church, created greatand children by the absence of any seweiago sstemm five to three cents. Ydik hartor, Potoniiio walked out on a little veranda. The verantho women III deaths, Hats, aud other Senato amcndmcits were rc- - da gave way and he was precipitated to bpies and Schwab talking together that j Mr. tho proceedings yesterday morning deaths, Ravenna, 10 new cases, the fleeing in all directions. The tioublo grew tais city, and nearly continued dry, hot. :,.; ....l i J. mr-Ineham read from Herr Moat's book and 20 new cases and 7 deaths elsewhere. 'r..y i.J.' l tt ' leeted by the ilnu-- c yeas 'IB: nays, ij. nnn 'the sidewalk below, a distance of forty threo weather. For ' out of alleged slander of Roger by tho has been no ram to speak of. months there Knoch Tragedy Unraveling. ijurther conference was ordered. A joint " and police," Mil'TosteY questioried ,11. flescnption of an infernal inacniuo'tor fV feet His right leg was broken above the Both men are, pronunent., Gerextcnilimrtheappropriatiousuntil druggist apparatus n birn iiown buildings, thiseflic:iency and the witness- closely 'abont 29. Frank Bergh has been rcsolnt on is Growing. Detroit Detroit, July heru Spies Augiift 1(1, wasreported'frora the I omtnittee m .. man citizens. hip and his face badly cut and crushed. , ,., and Schwab went, and leumod that tue' described as of wonderful arrested in Cleveland for connection with on Appropriations by Mr. Itandall. but Its Chambers Demon--, JnlySO.--Thnew city directory Yellow Fever Vessel at Ship Island. Iris read to secure and has is an elder!-maRent together- on. Riyidolph ,streetJ nion as evidence of tho tin cans tho admi--of has just been issued, containing 70.001 .the Knoch tragedy of last December, in cons deration was pjcctcd to and it was I' spoken as Hj7.1 . .r.,.1 Against the Jesuits. far u His a great deiUjfromvnheifinatism. New Okleans, Aug. 2. Information was which the family of four persons were mur- referied to the committee of the whole, came back. 'Intnc&s Ka.The' follow ?d them by Detective .Tan&en. who saw them ex- names, or representing a population of own re Anotheiipopular.dem-oustratio- n lllanchard and IIemleron at their Aug 1 injuries w jll pi,vbabjly pmvei fataL received to day that the Norwegian bark dered and afterwards burned at TA noMtso than 2a)000, an ,ik..ui. of 13,000 quest were excused from further service closely up there and back, a. uibiuuce Ol hibited "sure West Lake streety Tho oqtirt o has beniade ui Callaq.aguinkt Agnes Campbell, which arrived at Shipis-lan- d is not the contents iniboth cas4 rer las ey earl & Tue other night thJ dcpoietJ English! on the river and harbor conference com apouc nvoi brocks,-- . e iViera-xtho Jesuits remaining ni Peru, and4in-- i XtffXM same and OfiioeL Giighlin ot Pensioner Restored. mittee. and Messrs. Glqver and Markham Carroll Quarantino Station Thursday night, -- ! union street dntlie Way Wttl:iiia hfli-jilyi Cliifaigo avenue sUition is put on tho The HoUsc. on been followed by one an LimL petitions from Asplnwall, lost on the passage and Bchwab sayr-'NoA Dead Anarchist. nJtnevl cbmeNAv-Washington, July 29 Tho President has appointed in the Ir nlaccf. concurred in tho and "Cincinnati Short Line, was burned. , stand to prove the character of tho com- motion of Morrion. non Congress are 'being sent in praying for since her arrival at tho station, six men will give it to them. Ho could not say to pound. Ekie, Ju'lySO. The dead body a man to signed a bill restoring a Confederate sol- Fenate amendment to the surplus resolu iiro iniKiiowu,, i juipuis. " , ' origin ' Wboin Schwab hml out of a" prow of twelve of yellow fever. dier ..mutt rtif. meanS ofHe fexperimented with ono can by SHEli&SSil t.2.fee Schnanbe.lt. wj ofv,m tha their immediate expulsion. tion, and a coufereneo was ordered. Me?-- f T J a Ja. swered him savin tr: "'I do not tumfc they Two oft tho'crcw; died on. the, evening of jher 'The to the pension rolls nt $17 a month. Morrison. Ifreckiiirirlirp and Hieock were ran a. geiwSra! 'cfonitT j store iri ttufllWlit,, ferplode,the cau but laiieirTheii he attached uuuioaiTtne .cicaso tiamai kCW not, has bill and lost every thing. Tho re. buried qn Ship Islurid. Congress,was passed through both bouses ol ' appointed tonfeiees. The win ootherus,- - )he arrival, awt Election Judge Sentenced. , been, found latbolwyfctre. t t Hiumi..l an explosion followed J Aquan-corner of lUndofph'un. ick since" the1 One other bus in the inujdin agouti wtujf VWfrJ pifopriixton bill was reorte.; hftuls, witu-tiiU a , r 1' ' Cincinnati, Aug. 1. John Tosney, judgo vessel arrived, been taken are now four (,, hNiyr,iourning nqum, much tha tirn o.aa vu4n.iue iu,.t.iati. uiila rceo'rinnnilaiion thnt nil fire eiite amend- ,.vi t.ll' !i VVfrr vitriol-w- as dinjutslirections, a Grain and Fruit Damaged. aj tejnbt jnous Fourth Ward, A; convicted cases on board, leaving Only 'the captain rnerits be IluttetworthH Rat. was the last he saw of 4jchwal,fcut Mtw Bitten by in, Mr, . hir?h T ana her dretl Spies cet on the wairon. This was itbout stream" Was fraudulantTbapot? .irxTTOQ-V, Sharon. Pa., July 29. A terrible destruc- ment to the amendment otablllrnK' plant s7cns yen ra old fle'xr nctouer? thVciil'-Jrr-cm-lift July 20. JosephLindslev, of putting two hundred sentenced tinea and two men on duty. The infected vessel space ptopo's-twenty uiiuntes , PasS eight, .o'clock. 1 hnS'Wf a was of ten feet in all directions is undergoing strict quarantine. ballot-box- , was 'to tive storm raged hero Datnago to Rt thp Tt bneiUfor while taking a rat m the al. tbftfiftite seton fire, an I . ,1 the Cth of October,, iiut'u uiey UL tjnqi;u'.inj''8tri grain, orchards and buildings by tho hail rendinsr action, tue iiouse, ar.o p.m.. ad- "Kid" Dickson. Mi i , from u traprwas bitten ti?Jce on tho arm.. vears in the ueiiitentiat-vt ? mentioned CliniIM "IiT7c.,?,,r1ute nlifl llitfriikiiir AaroTtinniAw oc ndlojcd forreptic&ti3is acquitted. .imAh was very great. " J journea. Ik Prouty, formerly mannzerof Hi life is J $ Cheap Ocean Travel. belt,.who eatne frftnf the .east if'froiH' a f a WA.siirNr.Toy? Aur, ". Senate. The sun become tbe,cnpit'al tMM.HH' ' rsnto Kngcl jiud bit that New York, Aug. 2. Tho Red Star Line around the corrier in the alley. TTitni'ss wife came to testilied last fall and The Deadly Gas Well. bill was sent bak toconfbrence. In addition to a lozuahis store more, centenniulvfvf-orationwanted Jew and Gentile Cupid is Blind. ExperimentedjWithRevoIver. was on ths bivUwaik; fuoing Spies, nnd to purchase- twoiunasadTJyilverA ! has caused a sensation among tho Senator Blair tried tri tret a vote onscmerof of a' RtPLEr, X Y., Aug. 1. Edward P. Kings-le- y ocean and poems by the most distinabout teni'eet distant fo;n,him whenthey certain patfrn-foMattoo.v, III., July Brading 29. A Jacksonville (111.) the vetoed pension Dins, but railed. Chicago, July Mr. steamship people by carrying steer-ag- o usrUyVolnb society. was stopped ahd entered into conversatioin. guished, torators and poets of tho age, in . and hijou John, while passing a gas Kvarts explained his resolution for an exjerimenting witL a new revolver, d passengers from Antwerp hore'for $13, special says : Nellie Goodwin, the Mr. Foster, in an excited 'tone, asked wit- , Witnea.? could not got them, and thq 'when it went off, giving him a fatal wound well lasi ihght wth a lantern, tho gas question. conference on would-bt purchasers said they would go daughter of the Rev. W. It. Good- The hill to tax fractionalthe silver a jrallin of w hich iucb men as Colonel John Masqn .t parts of ness xvhy, if facjng hint hh ami bdth atheraqd s6a'w er6 fa- and from hero bacic for $21. The agents of win, pastor of tho Centenary Methodist fn the side. ," of did not seo him. Aritness calmly re- 'some place ihd.ta practitaf chemist who is tally burned. 'The dei rick was blowii'to tha principal other' lines running to th Episcopal Church, eloped last night with whiskv and to r permit tho withdrawal Tlie Rrown, Colonel W. C. P. Breckinndgij Hi J ..lrltprnrrorllf-.injwines was parsed. plied that ho might have seen him atPot. JJaines, continent held a long meeting this afterRemoval of Chief Justice Chase's Remains. pieces by the explosion. present protessor of chemistry! bill noon and formed an indefinite sort of a Meier Weil, sou of a piominont Jewish c nfcrence on the general . deficiency Senate Crittenden. United States Senators J. C. S. At that time witness UiJ pot - hear a wonh Medical Collego, testified to a ntRnsh m. a acrectl to. W.surQTOX, July 30. Tho removal of from any of tbVmJTfcta'Thaficombination against tho Red Star. This clothier of this place, and wero married. went winto executive session, und tho 6:35 ad Blackburn and G. G. VTestr and James B. i'V .bond analysis of tho pieces of bomb chemical Church Wrecked byjlynam'te. at They have fled to parts unknown. extracted tho remains of Chief Justico Chase to CinSchnaubeltsbifauthing, bat counl pot tell from tho will result tniin.ed until 10 Beck, Governor R. M. Bishop, of Ohio, and St. Chtiu, P., Aug. 1. Dynamite was below tho in a reduction of rates to figures of the wounded und dead cinnati w ill not be mado until September what it was. Ha next saw Schii..ubo!t on pincers, bodiesto a Red Star rate, although formal HnisE Tlie bill to Increase tho naval cs- - Mayon.IL T. Stanton aud Pr. Robert Mor--- i placed under the Baptist church and and similar analysis of or October. II the wagon, and ho staid there about an Heavy Broom-cor- n Crop. tnhltshment was acrecd to with the Senate completely wrecking-thbuilding. announcement of such a lowering has not VL lua omer hour. Witness was pot present when tho pleraonts found "ojiius uuu room. yet been made. nmoniimcuN. A resolution wns passed ex - riswill likely participate, and the Usual broom-corcrop tending appropriations to CniCAGO, July 29. The in Lingg's t I ; f Ho i 5. Thcconhnmh arnlniln.! f J J , Guarding the,, Treasury. j amount of centennial odes and songs by the wu.w uauiw..v T piy?e:i of Coles County, 111., the present year is f erencc report on the sundry civil bill was re- lovely women of Frankfort and Central Profi s at Sing Sng Prison. Cmcvoo, July J). In tho AuJrchue trial lead.-ri- that the fractional percentages of "Washingtov, July 30. The President toupon. Typhoid Fever iron, antimonv and zinc the points of difference Gilmer iw ore that he enby tho Assessors ai footing up an ceived, and bill increasing tbo .nsltedor sol- Kentucky, there will be other features of yesterday Harry reported The Sixc Sin.. U .Y., Aug. parts of the Hayinarket bomb day vetoed tho bill providing for the erec- Sing Sing Prison for 1. month profits of was tered Crane's nlloy while PiTTSBVUC.u, Aug. 2. Typhoid fever is area of 10,000 acres, the largest of any Tho'Senate lost an arm or lej?rension service this centennial as unique as they are atthe of Juno in the ircre the same diers who speaking at the Hnymarket meetuigj that IfeMedly made as those of the Immk enn. tion of a public building at Springfield, were $5,000.97. racing at West Elizabeth, near this city. county in the State. Tie growth is was passed 1C7 to 51. At 5 p. m. the House by Lingg. Prof. Delaf on- - Missouri. . there was a little knot cf persons in tlfo tractive. j. healthy. Over two hundred cases are reported. adjourned. another hithat a man came from tho wagon to tame, Haines. expert chemist, corroborated . A Louisville dispatch states that a AnTnTTre Family Drowned.. the alley juat immediately after a. cry of Verdict of a Colorado Jury. Trying Aerial Navigation. young man named Henrv Bailey was shot Mr. prinnell then stated that ho had now Forty years nio Joiiah McCoy left The "minthonse" in Boston exist"Here come. tha. vol icei" that this man .enaerea Nebkaski Citv, "ton., July 30. FerdiParis, July 29. M. L'Hoste, the aero ed thirty-fou- r Denveh. Coii., Aug.-- 1. In tho District his home i it i'ortsniotith, V:i., and his ail lit a match and touthed it to a fuse J tnoro articles nis evidence except some nand Steinmetz nnd wife and children were years, or thereabout. and killed by unknown parties in Harlan .,,. UUU V.Ub 1U 1 M. Mangot, an astronomer, asfrom tho Itlt? nnnt, and nnnrliar held Vr UUL'lUi;! AlilAl, Null ! WJ drowned vesterdav near here while cross - Court yesterday afternoon Frank Mason, pare-ntnever heard of him coins issued from it bore tho County," while he was washing his face. which the trT!:ltnrst imn- -t n.J, cended fiom Cherbourg in the All the latter man flung?ruobirmua fustunJ it at- -. aiH some formal His brother w as shot and killed in tho same murder; was ae(fnitted, . Acing Nehieh rtrer. Thcywere riding after- charged-wit- h rwcntj'-liv- e yours later? hi, .hrnM.or former'.? new balloon Torpilleur, which is date. 1652 or 1662, the same dies evidence as to the place tachment out into thV)tfeoT.Tde nfaii ivlirf became ingntenea about two weeks befoie. The reason mules of Degan's death. . As tha defenso did not a team of bpot. onwhich bridge and.jumped cording to the evidencoibe murdered man Frank settled in Sivannali. The other provided with a steering and piopel'ing through all the time 67 waytho used litthematchhoidpntifiJasSpies: thmnn care to open tbo applied oppi obnous epithets to Mason. The day the at a wot persons in that for extermination two-d- a nnulfthe Statoliad quite finwho held and threw the bomb ha identified brother who are now sixty apparatus. They intend to make a coining there. Some coins had been part of the country whoofwash their faces riverfcthirty feet below.' jury in its verdict declared that any ono s journey. 'by a photograph as Schnaobelt, Fisclie'rho ished an adjournment ,was taken until this into the and scyenty jeais, old, met for the first Virginia as early as 1644. who called another man such names demade for sy forenoon. given. , IdentifieJ as one of the Iittlo knotof Umo in forty year,. served killing. Natural Gas Found in Wisconsin. Copper coins bearing the tigure of an The runaway . .... ' ' '. ... - . r kithe alley; and hebeheyedScnwnb was The jury iu the' case of Hornbuckle, on A French Duel That Killed. a Josiah ha5 become :i ilourishin" lourn Moiea. i July 30. Natural gas has elephant were struck in England for trial at, Russelville for the murder of the man at the end of the wagon whom Milwaukee, v ai at the Carolina and New England in Brussels, July 29. In a duel in Florida.,-- II 'asungtop Post. St. Loots July Aged Lady Dro-Herself. George Finch, was out for six hours, nnd aien had spoken to bejore cojmig intoo'the left "New" York for31,TlieDOstalirwfci" i,nt, tiErnrred nt "Dnndiii Calumet e Liege, between Artillery Lieutenant Tailea-'fThe"crosbxanunation , also btruck for Jlary-lanthis city June 28 linri CountyT the second fntance ii?thft'hfstory" ' t. Mr, alargaret IxniANAi-OLise Aug. failing to agree, was discharged. The jury and Dr. Prelle, an army surgeon, four 1C94. Coins were effigy of shake the witness- - in any point, but of Wisconsin, une oi tno wortiuion low-S- ixteen years aro Afeuirty BaltiLord bearing the Part, bn shots were exchanged, and with his fourth tended rather to make him "mora emphatic nmoug ita mail a pouch containing about ered a lantern shortly after Schroeder suicided at Haubstadt, Ind., bv stood four for acquittal and eight for imfir.e.,ithe lieutenant killed the doctor more. BostQU Globe. coast, was nut in iexlabia statements. ChividucViubi1e"ii- - smuuu m uione c,,and, (iralta.i lnil the gas began to escape., when an explosion drowning in a'cisicfn'.She.was toveity .the iNetr prisonment for a term of years. m shooting, him through tha m pect is stronglytrrcbomtie-TO-T ears old. istcnec; AVittiess stiiecks and o thor vAlimhri,".rrf3- - occurre'd'Vfhicb'baaiyiburned three men3 itisone-S- f the. largest heart. Louts Banks and Geo. Bates, colored,, vJS'-oi-- , -- n J.&ompeon's ijtcry. icgoa xo rpve tliat property .'.!. A "new building material, for which broke jail at Versailles, a few days ago, and 'sShnftV. UtJ'J " if..' ' i .- -.. . VV11IJ,. m" Bchnaubelthad the bomb In his possession! .ourgn tue valued itrat a . .a Killed bylajiorse. remarkable, qualities are tAfter Editor mail i!as?I. ihfi JKe'bahUs bf sj' The evidence of the afternoon, though bf their escape. postal leiegrapn. t k J;wHd"atKWed-tire'feSiinclaimed, as well as superior hardness made r "Loxdos. July CO. The Everangi. Ntvez t Hjn"TAiT, Ixn., Aug. 1. Anton sGais--- , a Most importMKKaharaatar. tnenwd jHild. fnvtTT.ciTiimia ti.,l.-.r Craig Toliveu and Cook Humphreys, pa , , New ' i' eomiag aftavWAaMM lemStaaf.Jk and adhesiveness and applicability at whose names have been closely identified "Jfray'f-tW- Q "io wiwiouirinspecxiniit gays that the parents of Eliza Armstrong, - n merchant here, while jriiliyg along near churches, a f,nCL p,,-!'""" :i UTore-nWau- d has been the YOUnK El" wuo iikiiicu so cuuspicu- the railroad statioiuA-as- , thro: -- unblic halls and bfiaiA' niut rfai..5il. bob saeiung lurnace oi cheap construc- .ucui, fcoir umr ueing all tempetatures, is called "asbesting." with reports of the disorders in Rowan u ciosuie ana saie. ura morxcaxe-Dtion which Ihi- riorse'and thi ee rib.' at lihitno It is proposed to make it a substitute County for several years'past, were each L2i. 'tn'TAfnin his o0fnd nl's basenwat was 'brought into cour. found tlm.t H.o K'T-"",lexist. for plaster as at present micd, be- tofcipljQj'rfgrmsHiiwWwn'S' Vf". " gaivauizea iron. iw.inuaing. tie immediately reported ahrriftges flgainsr4Ptead4he'rhen editor Fiance when the aaMnalxMuupfl, muuarrested a few days ago by order of Judge antur ...' Vi of the Gazette, its publishers and General cyiuiaer aoout inreejeec nigh, by, umo 1'IB robbery. fell ' na,.omeiyLyinrsqlto!s apJ Mackav-i- s. tile .nrtncrnal .owner, and its cause it requires no hair, and it is rep- Cole. When searched, neither man was detectives have been Booth, of the Salvation Army. The claim throwing Geisar, body on him, crushing the. pheil iBohtw in diataeter'rotiiBTig'.' an appointment as bas singer linos wil be extended totW Pacific Coast: resented not to crack under the influadf 'irdtr and fatally, injuring breath from his found to be armed. They were put under jesa. uaeacasiae near tho bottom wore workin on ta"tcnso cer since, Jtnnn no.i ' will be for libel on the girl'rf parents and him. ence of lire, as ordinary plaster does, bonds of 00 to keep tbo peace and then, at tne opera. . -- tiow- far down does 4'ae Jinvtever. . laerttMtorrrect,n?alrl,iria7iaf!ac for assaulting the child. -- Three Believed to be ihe Missing Conant your voice reach?"and will therefore prove a check to the discharged. notes Umiei for!.u.-.-.i.- iutroducrton, the .. u Ii IF V Corn in Illinois, Missouri and Kansas. New York, July 29. The body of a man spread of .flames. deeper than the thunder.-- " , Fatal Siinstrolree'wA,ork. l '.i'j : La Carica' wioi ineso whs. II Eloped" With a Reformed Gambler. at wpple Tree, Breathitt OTnK the ture. was found in tho water at Coney Island pone tBroagh which tueioiMfc Chicago, Aug. 1. Fully Nnw Yokk, July 31. n,e thermometer ' Connty, has been abolished WOBltl run off. answers the deMacox, Mo July SO. Mrs. Ida Graves, counties of Illinois, Missouri and Kansas-repor- t beach this morning. It Enrol toMKbiK In the visitors' book at a Swis3 llarper'a of S. Conant, The Mrs. Cinderella Parsons, aged nine-- " satMrsfooa the machine wins Tor touched 00 degrees yesterday. Filteen vouug widow, daughter of Rev. Thomas that corn, while showinglhe effects leston, temperatures of Norfolk, Char- scription whoS.disappeared editor ofago. The hotel we lind the following entry under eloped with o a year mmurn smim, and that a man whose cases of sunstroke are reported two fatal. WetVff Vilcott, Methodist minister, drouth, has not been, seriously bavannah, Mobile, Now Orleans underclothing on the body was marked ''S. the heading profession: "Young lady teen, committed suicide in Dublin, by takof the m Biigni anower Jaat evening cooled tho reformed gambler named Forrest, who had 't taiew, but whom ing morphinet A faaalty quarral cauwd li. ,f and will make a fine yield if rain and Galveston bear a striking imilarity S. C." Conant wax Inst J atmoaphcr been conducting revival meeting! la her nhould come in time. mji r ipaoaii wi fau alive t Coney in search of a husband. " How 1 for aa hgwr or taU lummir. Ulaud. father's church. luuMly prcticL LMrwM. tho ISonih I'np'amlSchaaubeUTljruw Jtesult or IJN rnfsH-satloiWho J.iit fc.ji. i is at thn IViIicp. t UA5nUf that hJ31g.a, fnff tixV..i. fffimg tmjoi al out a ydtHOj. .. jC2L JCTL I "Ttenf camo OJSIwrs'TJtL'tiUfcfMtf'l.O enitcfn, tvbi t?tjJl. J to L ugs'd ar-reuuu tO(M, iiie ncnso wnaro u ion 'eI. A- butful of .. titl.lK. boinl, a C4?air-- j 111(411 iltlilot of UftsWf nnb,NlivlU and curienterv toois and h uoetal drill and umll iron nnt ua brougbt into court, tjt f nhipl haii hen found m btroofii. lwildw anothor extra b rifrolvsir .. and a Winchester riflf. Hitn.nL in Atter tlie nOilCl! lnr.nht tlin irunK iroin u ngg's lodging to tho T.ait t nicao avenuo station they found It had" a fa.:e bottom, and tbo spuee I etwet-- ;lm faUtf-aa... . ... real bottom wns -fnim.i tn l . j5iiij.vi.-nltiynamit. Tne ho! found in ii k jToni (ire oxaiitly duUu- to th,8 one liot into tbo tiiUor.ll.ilm at the llaniar-- i f. L.ot uxplcsiou. i Slates Attorney in c,o, July if IM..WI uu towninyjuirnilH; Iliac he iveiaU-kX&ir, M?S sp tr at VT? FiTFh TTg7WKgTHi)Ay. 1 Oldest Newspap&g. iny"Westdr-- BILL-HEAD- ivemucjiy. UNTVIX-A-TIOIST- S. AUGUST 6, T . mj ,. , 1SSS. V(5l5c ;. .. ETO., ETO. jt.xt.ci mt THE COMMONWEALTH. Louisville Tobacco Market. Burly tobaccos have had a bririv healthy movement, with prices ruling 'somewhat aighet'in common and low medium grudpsr otleaf and in lugs and trash. Other grades sre quotabjy unchangetL but tirnu witlctho solitary exception of light cutting kinds. Ihere have been conipjaintsof drouth from ieverat sections, anU apprehensions are ap- parently justilled but n obably no important definite damage- - have lieen sustained Tire growth especiaJJyon rolling or lully lands, has been checked, nnd there is somo talk of buttoning.. The crop w In a clean, and, with these exception' healthy condition. "We reduce dark and heavy. stjles 2."c from common lugs to common iehf, and ad vance, Burley 25c from tricdujp to medium leaC, Inclusive. We quote ltttibacco-- t as -lar-MJ- ho could see it had nover htViJiM fcj. A tiuaPCJ oaiaai iJubkiitiuil. 73L V"i:eTir-(trch:ui PLACING WAR. ' .WONDERFUL. Ind TERRIBLE OTJTRAOBL .IP Bli'OODS.DOWn TJnon Onlnmhnn j w,TLir':rFi.rNutrr "H wlSfcSleU 2 X? ittLr?6 ll Holllng-Mi- and en .My i T;trday crowd jn u?Uio4shapatt" andtlier,i.. tlirttt l Aflflntlf.A lino fictininfitil n Jm-iTirrr- JUttlo.atfayettc, Vjug. , Ivp.j - ft .. i. WrrckcJ-WorKlu- Oaiigeruuhl) Kurt. Oilier Kulldin; i it , i A regular and theham battle were splendidly The evolutions and movements in exefint?d. conflict-Regimen- i '.iil:i i,i ts, -- Vu's dnmBse-occnrre- d iw !..... - - w - :. o nvi.rl.-n.fii.- ,. inicncnn Clttocn Kidniineclanil HhM lliYaT UTAireS '" " t by a Mexican' July.2jr--FrariciMfoWgan Man Brought Bac&'to s Galveston Tex., Rn mu t, ,, sures, tho naturalized 4ijerican citizen Life .it' who was arrested and iffmfeiteredmight fit before last without ua"hetirJDjc by.County X tile Itubhlnr-I.......,t in.. n Judge HoffstettW updn demdffd.of Chief avu Jltu i?fl JI1 J of r olico Mondragon, of.iPirasSBCTai. s Mex. , "thatTh6 tdken from the Mexican prison eight hours ft9?I.?To,:!& Mich., Aug. 2. Arza Camp- - after his incarceration, carried two miles .ll lb OIlC. oWlhe best nitiT.nE nt oeiow neuras iegras, with his hands Charievofxiown and county. For years tied behind him, and brutally shot and buried at the command of Mondragon. jjp was engaged in active business here, pu acquired a competency. About twelve The seciet underlying this infamous,out-rag- e is that Ensures had won the affec- -' Months since Mr. Campbell was stricken tionsof a woman of whom Chief Month paralysis, and has suffered excruci- dragon was enamored Mondragon swear atingly most of tho time. Tw o weeks ago ing vengeance, detailed two of his trnsty lieutenants one night to malady developed more alarmincsvmn- - Rasures badly disabled murder his rival. his assailants nnd Jsv and his family was Jn cpiis$nt att escaped to agle Pass MvtBacori, however, determined hU rVtti., trumned nt i hAmi 'lauujufuu uiuiu r ruiav 't, kO. 44. t3. SIIiPiNGKESS. $i sa rSKjfATE WASltrNOTQ.,! tfl .:t'A ., wero reported-no wouiu can HOUhh-rfh- surplus rteo; amendment. Prep'ortcd back with cieu pensain wns lla r save notice lay for ac Thellouse ,. "( Bihorse-th!eff1fa- 3 - i JT-f- , o i nf-iii- r' ti I -- '- ar - nf .., .m ' I LX1 Li u.-f' ..; tva-.c- II I TT Jfcri -- .7 -.J su-per- bl IV metn-phjsic- a, CM d - mass-meeun- j, WK "n roof-timber- s, " ,,,, - Thele;--islatit- , '- , - l I 9th. Gar-llin- -- i-- -- bf .li wl-on- grapclraa-PharrowTiT- g a f iindl-pfenwl- 4 - o -- h 111 1. ut-i.a-u 1 ....! o "U-".vLUJ- wan-the- 1 lf r"?l, , thi-oti- o t non-pluse- J. and-sj.ili- tf iri-"ii- t. n, g -- .rJrt?orUlL?ti'tS. J --- . -- -- -' IIuu.HpUJr'-SuijrejMoiCon- t. i-t !'' d s te-- ii t, - cross-examinati- -- knife-thru- st -t iis-- s "'I -- as-an Sundnj-school- .f?-d,Ap!,la- blood-stam- -, r a- - con-fitmt- d. pa-sin- g com-pens- at 1 oomo-tni-owinrai- ... k I iM ,..- .i.: - m v -- sound-reade- ed e, e - I 1 I iu-n- o? thru-attentio- bi-j- r, tsu-inon- v. in-ter- -- -- 1 i..i...i"" . m. :..-- - r i. - i m'vmm. j-- y '" it-d evi-denc- ' d - Kmie-oiau- e. II- fcriWlllt71Uir-I-a,IIirolIT7U- ........ i. r-s U.Tiril6,; .. UJg&SsSSS., -- fj-- nt xib-tam- ed i... tjyu-faiiia- n orut-reu- . .. "."A afifl -- tho-jifdg- - d o A ls f two-thir- d -- e r ,, -- t t t fit inter-Stat- e jt-as- , l. " three-mentione- nronertTitnti-tfe("sntTrer's1onT5r'Sot'I- . 3 1 ... I up-pe- ar court-hous- . . . ret-es- .In-ne- o Mail-Pou- ch de-cJiu- Post-oflic- o d n - eti-ratio- n Mr.-'FBit- - , - -- k ugrepd--tn.H,th- .D"e tes In-d- ., Street-Railway- s. Store-ke-ope-r, morn-ingMtT- hJ w w Ji - ,;ii.." o dirt-chea- r - n suf-feie- d 1 Pin-am- a, t l 0$ .lo Countyiv-stntibnonjl-- .tl or-iT- itetoUmi.Jried post-ofrree,l- e .Ji-.p- K.Zr: -- nnds-'ther- u e tora-el-lJi!at5-- O a-- t gun-stor- e, IS.. aourteen-year-oldbov- v to-da- dpajetofjyy 30.-Ja" - litJw, afa ... s -- . tjftv!-sri- drv-eU- - - f ra sixteen-year-ol- lnter-nntlnn- al e hijjrs-,N- m re-p- AtSs-Mp- id, I i"CK-V- un--- v" m m I- . n .- Au-ruh- n, n; Fie-lde- -- af-ley; I. mi m Pi-of- Arlxlter-Zritun- g, s for-ii- o-d- '. bving-probabl- - jiers-on- s is-n- ot -- rt .- " oran-nJ-grow- to-da- y n Sau-vog- d, fnto-thUsh- aft to-d- aj - -- -- -- . Z. ChfefCler-kFe-r-it- t, t' Stead.' v -- ,r tt .Hrn Yju-RtJiUrt'-In- j. lire-resisti- LfetttDarfut-entWhtuimdl- ng . tiuutub . ij&u-vugit- r "" ?5lrn tie5 WTtt$2t??$X . on-fon- r m&im mvss&esjs' ffr .one-thir- d -d. rA shna Rt 'TyjiSiS -1hp. . i- -J " . m " post-offi- ce 9m rdl to -- tvT : - i. i. fir 4, " .v- - fiSTia. OLs" v- ri - v i xSsEzxzt: iOe-L- ii.issr"' iskJL- - a "" ."' W iW'fWBeW '' V4. .. Ti T . if j ' .1 - vu'vW.Trf : TAMAGE'S SERMOX "Tho Dead and Livinjr Literature King1 of Books." The Authenticity, Style. Concien. Ya - riety ami Accuracy of the Ulble anil Yisconred Tpon at Lakeside, O., Dla-cuss- ed RerrT' DoWItt Talma ST delivered was: Tho statutes of the Lord are right. 4 his summer wanderings, takiujy for his subject "The King of Books." His text Psalms seiinon at Lakeside, O., In the course of j i - m- - - Old books go out ofjdate. AVhen they Trcre written theydiscied fjaestioin which were being discussed; they struck nt wrongs which have lont; ago ceased, or advocated institutions which excite not our interest. "Were they books of history, the facts hare been gathered from the imperfect mass, better classified and more lucidly presented. Were they books of poetry, they were interlocked with wild mythologies which have gone up from the face of the earth like mists at sunrise. Were they books of morals, civilization will not sit at the feet of barbarism, neither do we want Sappho, Pythagoras, and Tully to teach morals. What do the masses of the people care now for the pathos of Simonides or the sarcasm of Menander, or the gracefulness of Philemon, or the wit of Aristophanes? Even the old books we have left, with a (evr exceptions, have but very little effect upon our times. Books are human; they have n time to be born, they are fondled, they grow tu strength, they have n middle life of usefulness then comes old age, they totter and they die. Many of the national libraries are merely Hie cemeteries of, dead books. Some of them lived flagitious lives and died deaths of ignominy. Some were virtuous and accomplished a glorious mission. Some went into the ashed through Inquisitorial fires, yoiue found their fdntral pile in suckel and plundered cities, t'omo w-- re neglected and died as foundlings nt the door of ience. Some expired in the author's stud)', others in the publisher's hands. Ever and anon there comes into your possession an old book, its author forgotten r i f Kt K-- . fji O . . -- - ": & t : .'' - , diluted. Where is there in Uieworldbf pontic description anything Iik Job's champing, 1. n9ighiit, pa wine, lightiiing-font- e war horse? Diyilen's. Milton's, Cowper's tempests are very tame comt pared with Dat id's storm that wreck 'd SAW SOME SNAKES. tbe mountains of Lebanon and nhivered the wilderness of KMdisb. Whv, it seems as Why the Ienc;er .011 a Florida Train if to the fee' of these Bible writer inTook to Their Heels. brought all their gems ind the suis J JFlorlda all their p:irJ. and the gardens all thir As the afternoon traib on the Florida franlcinc-nstiaud tae spring all its and the harves;s all tnei wealth, Transit railway slowed up to a water tank . and Heaven 5 randeuf, and sternity where 0 creek flows out of a dreary cyalfits stupendous realttles, nd tbasjlnoe press swamp and crosses the way, a huu-te- r in high boots and corduroy coat, with then pjeU and a huge bag swung to his broad shoulders, exhau-U'jfounhave been drinking from boarded the tall tain', and searching for diamonds In a climred out ofpassengergrass and was Pro! car. It the principal of the Lord are rfcht rea'lm utterly rifled and rnustcked. statutes Ball, tbe Smithsonian Institution I am aNo amazed at the variety of this James I shall show you that the Bible Is right in not contiadiction or agent. Tbe train was full of poople who, in styje, book. Mind you, iiiuthentlcati. n, that it is ri;-as in the oug for three hours, had endured the innocent collision, that it is right in doctrine, that it is right you have but vm iety. Jus and soprano babble of tw o guileless land agents. They and alto the basso in its effects. estruthful and to tor they ar not m collision with had learned from these alligators real as were 1. Cin you doubt the authenticity of each other, hut come in to make up the tate missionaries that geese, and there were fewer the Scriptures? There is not so much eviharmonv si it is in lu reatbook: there harmless as dence that Walter Scott wrote "The Lady are d.ffereiit part of this grat ong of snakes by far in Florida than in New of the Lake." not so much evidence that redemption. Tne pi op let comes and takes York City or Philadelphia. The profeor Shakespeare wrote "Hamlet" not so much one part, :uid the paudaich another part, found the one vacant seat and flung himevidence that John Milton wrote "Paraanother part, and the self into it, and the "Good afternoon, professor," an acdise Lost," as there is evidence that the disciples evane'ist part, .ind yet they ll auotbe. quaintance at the further end of the car Lord God Almighty, by the hands of the come into the 'raud barmoav 'the soiftr prophets, evangelists and apostles, wrote of cried out to him; "do you have any luck h.iASuand .. the LimlC . iuu sum- - If--Gcd catching sii ikes these days?" this bock. f spireu men oi iT,",'i''i,"ir" iu tAnd within five minutes Mr. Bell was Suppose a book now to be written whicb write this bole it might hayjbsen answering questions from 'nearly every came iu conflict with a great many things, aud Peter but David and (here really and was written by bad men or impostors, and Job, an I Ezekinl. and Jojii were men occupant of theTar. "Were go book stand? It of different temperament, and sof when any snakes i,n Florida? Was it .safe .tq how long would such a through ihe woods? How bigj'did' dho would be scouted by everybody. And I tiou inspired tuem to write; cueyivrow in snakes erow in this State? What sort of iy if that Bible had been an imposi- their own style. sna'tes ai comniou here? etc. Very gration, or if it had uot been writGo prepared the book for all clsgse of ten by the men who said they people. For instance, little children ciously the professor answered them all, wrote it, if it bad been a mere collection would read the Bible, and God knew that; and, soon had betrayed himself into di3 of falsehoods, do you not suppose that it so he allows Matthew and Lufej to write serUtjon upon reptiles generally, till, in would have been immediately rejected by sweet stories about Chr.S' with the doctors an absent way, just to illustrate a point he "wa"s calculating, he unbuttoned u capathe people? If Job, and Isaiah, and of ttfeiaw, and Christ at. the well, and bis coat and Jeremiah, and Paul, and Peter, and John ChrUat the cross, so that any little child cious pocket in tbe skirt ofnewly caught drew out an enormous and were impostors they would have been can hnderstnnd them. TLen God new "coach-whipwhich he exhibited to a .couted by generations and nations. If thattheaged peoplo would want to read staring and excited people. Its book has come down through tires the book, so he allowed Soiomou to com1- - throng of that hiibits and peculiarities were described, of centuries without a scar, it is because pact a world of wisdom In that of on the seat and there is nothing in it destructible. How Proverbs. God knew thf the his orian and he laid his subject from another pocket drew out a number of have they come to destroying the would want to read it, ant 30 he allows ciiicken-snake- s s of variand Bible? When they begun their opposition Moses to give the plain statement of the ous kinds. Would they bite? No, indeed; were 2,030 or 3,003 conies of it. Now Pentateuch. God knew thattopiciu-there the thdy. were harmless. They look kind of there are fMO.OOO.UOO as far as I can calheavens as a curtain, aud Isaiah the they are so small. in h balance, and These Bible truths, notwithstandculate. mountains as weighed "He replaced them and unstrapped his ing all the opposition, have gone into all the waters as held in the hollow of tbe languages Into the philosophic Greek, omnipotent hand; and God touch 9 DmvUI game bag. "Here we have," he said, "a beautiful snake, naturally tame and pertho flowing Italian, the graceful German, until in the latter part of the Psalns, h fectly harmless, "which anybody can pHy the passionate French, the picturesque gathers a great choir, standing in (tilk-tiwith." And he drew out what is probably Indian and the exhaustless above each other beast au.t men e ever caught in Under the painter's pencil the Mrth and ill the first gallery; above them, hills and the biggest Florida nearly eight feet long. the ciucifixion and the resurrection glow mountains; above them, Siv and hail anil- There was a chorus of sci earns, and on the walls ol palaces; or, under the en tempest; above them, son and moon and women and children, men even, fled to the graver's knife, speak from the mantel of! stars of light; and on the highest gnlfery rest of the mountain cabin; while stones, touched arrays the hosts of aOauU; and then, further end of the car. During the the trip tbe disconcerted professor sat by the sculptor's chisel, start up into standing before this great choir, roKcbing and when at Gainesville he arose to preaching apostles and ascending from the depths of earth to the lieiehts of alone, the train little girls hid themselves leave inartyi t. Now, do you not suppose, if that Heaven, like tbeleader of a great orchestra, behind their mammas and screamed with Book had been an Imposition and a falsehe lifts his hands, crying, "Praise the fright. hood, it would have gone down under Lord! Let everything that hath breath FOOLING THE DOCTORS. these ceaseless fires of opposition? praise ye the Lord!" And all earthly The Bible intimates that there was a city creatures in their song, and mountains An Undertaker's Story of a Dead Man Who . called Petra, built out of solid rock. Infi- with their waving cedirs, and tempes-- s Came to l.lTe delity scoffed at it. "Where is your city in their thunder, and rattling hail, and Chicago Journal. of Petri?" Buckhardt and Lafcorde went stars on all their trembling harps of light, A Third avenue undertaker, sitting forth iu their explorations and they came and angels on their thrones, respond in drowsily in his doorway last ye the night, said to me: "Our business not only upon that very city. The mountains stand magnificent acclaim: "Praise around like giants guarding the tomb Loid! Let everything that hatu breath accustoms us to the presence of the dead where the city is buried. They find a praise ye the Lord I" but makes us calm in the presence of that 3. I remark again: street in that clt) six miles long, where The Bible is right still greater horror, the coming to life once flushed imperial pomp and which In its doctr lies. Man a siuner. Christ a again of what was supposed to be a d echoed with the laughter of Saviour the two doctrines. Man must corpse. Four years ago a painter, who come down his pride, his mirth on its way to the theater. On temwas painting the outside of a house, someples faehtoned out of colored stones some ness, his wo Idiinuss; Christ, the annoini-ed- , where in the business part of the city, fell of which have blushed into the crimson of must go up. .If It had not been f th from the staging to the pavement. disthe rose, and some of which have paled setting forth of tne atonement. Mo es tance of about thirty feet Physicians would never have described the creation; into the whiteuess of the lily aye, on colwere speedily summoned, and did what umn, and pediment, and entablature, and prophets would not htve preacaed. It they could for him, but in a few minutes statuary, God writes the truth of that seems to me as if Jesus in the Bible were pronounced him dead. He was brought to Bib?e. standing on a platform iu a great amphiray place, and I laid him out temporarily in theater, as if the prophet were behind my back room, with several other corpses. The Bible Says that Sodom and Goraor rah were destroyed by Hre and brimstone. him, throwing light f,rwrrt on his snered That evening I was sitting at my desk in s ud vaiiga-list- s my front office, wiitinz, when I heard "Absurd' infidels year after year said;, peron,ani,5jt.b.Jt footuStTvely absurd that they could bim, Hk is stood befo-- e I "it some one movine in the dead-roolights thrwi!itf up , their !tnt .into looked around just in time to see the have been destroyed by briiaitone. Th-is nothing in the elements to cause such a hi? blessed cunteunce. andtheu as if all painter open the door and lean weakly up -the'' earth shower of deatbas Heaven were the apagainst the jamb. As his face was bat- Lynch 1 think he was the first man who plauding auditorv. The Bt speaks of k- tered and covered with blood, and his went out bn the fUscoyery, blit he has been, PifEah.lnni'CarmSTaiid Sinai. if makes clothing half off he presented what might followed by many others Lfeutenan all m (un tains bow down to laic ry- The be called a ghastly spectacle. Did my Lynch west out in exploration "and came flocks led over the Judenn hills were emheart staud still and did great drops of to the Dead Sea, which, by a convulsion blems of the Lamb of God 'tint taketh cold sweat stand on my brow? Not at all. of nature, has overflown the place where away the sins of tneVoIld;" nl the lion I went up to the man, led him to a sofa, the citiex once stood. He sank the fathleaping out of it lair was an emblem of laid him on it and went for a doctor. The oming line and brought up from the bot' doclor came and administered restora"the lion of Judah' tribe." I will " tom of the Dead Sea great masses of next breath raclte to you the most wontives, and in another hour the painter was of that very tempest that derful sentence ever written: in his cot at the County Hospital. In swept Sodom and Gomorrah to ruin. Who Tills Is a faithful nying aad worthy of all about 'en days he g6t about, and is now was right, the Bible that announced the acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into tho as healthy a man as lives in Chicago. destruction of those cities or the skeptics f Wot Id to savc.slnuer-- . That shows that the doctors can make a who for ages scoffed at it? TJ. wonder ihit wJin Jsns was b irn in' mistake about a niau's being dead, but it Mosrs intimated that they bad vineabout it, Bethlehem Hean svuipaniizjd with doesn't show that 1 was deceived therefore yards in Egypt. "Absurd," cried aud for I hnd not diossd-him- , eivrl i, Hini o.eaf. wave : you can't raise grapes'ln of to 'nolle.- him had not hnit. oti sho hattp;ii'u s ! (rippru .. cloiy." S7 t; or, if you can, it U a ? l ebij.Wdi if)hs wo.M; rat thun-der-neck- ol and its usefulness done, and w ith leathern lips it scam to say, "1 wis'j I were dead." Monuments have been raised over posts and philanthropists. Would that some tall haft might be erected in honor of the world's buried Iwoks '. The world's au thors would make pilgrimage thereto, an poetry and literature and 'cine anil religion would consecrate it with their tears. tot so ncith one old book. It started in th uorhl's infancy. It grew under theocracy and monarchy. It ithstood storms of tire It ernw under the n'ronh el's mantle and under the fisiiernienV eont of theapbtle; In Home, and Ewh- , nails-- and Jetisalem, and Patmos. Fvran- ny isued edicts against it, and infidelity put out the tongue, and Mohmime- danism from its mosques hurled its anath- onws, but the old Bible still ived. It erossid the British channel and was welcomed by Wicklift'e and J.ims I. It crossed the Atl mtic and struck Plymouth Kock until, like that of Horsb, it gushed with blessedness. Churches and asylums have gathered all along its way, ringing their bells and stretching out their bands. in blesing;ind every Sabbath there are ten thousand heralds of the cross with their hanls on this open, grand, free, old English Bible. But it will not have accomplished its mission until it has climbed the icy mountains of (Greenland; until it has one over the granite cliffs of Chin; untf ' it basohrown its glow amid the mines: until it has scattered Its gums among th diamond dfftricts of tfrazll; and all throne shall bo gathered into one throne, and all crowns by tap Hies of revolution shall be mlted into one crotra, and thi book shall at thr very -.!e of heaven have waved In the ransomed mnpire. Not until then will, this glorious Bible have accomplished its mission. I carrying out, then, the idea "of "my -1 Aus-tialian 1 hand of a man seriously concerned about his soul. I see people often giving, to the serious soul this and that Jfook? fit may b very well, but there.fs up bookdike the iBIble. He reads the commandments and ;pleads to the indictment, "Guilty." He 'takes up the Psalms of David, and says, right."? "They just describe my feelings." He J. Again, the Bible is right hi style. I flies the good works; Paul starts him out know there ara a greaniany people who of that by the announcement, "A man Is think it is merely a collection of geneanot justified by the works. He falls back logical tables and dry facts. That is be- in his discouragement; the Bible starts cause they do not know how to read the him up with the sentences: book. You take up the most interesting Remember Lot's wife. novel that was ever written, and if you Grlve not the spirit. Flee the wrath to come. commence at the page today, ami Then the man in despair begins to cry at the an the next day at tne first, how out: "What shall I do? Where shall I much sense or interest would you get go?" And a voice reaches him, saying: from it.' Yet that is the very process to Come unto me all ye who are weary and which the Bible is subjected gvery day. An heavy laden and I will give you rest. angel from Heaven, reading the Bible in Take this Bible and place it in tbe hands that way, could not understand iU The of men iu.trouhleylB thererany body here Bible, like all other palaces, has a door by in trouble: Ah, 1 might better ask, are whfch to enter and a door by which to go there any herewiia, htvet never been in out. Genesis is the door to go in and Rev- trouble? Put toils Bible in the "hands of elation the door to go ouC the troublwl.4" Ypund. that us sbmj of. These epistles of Paul 'kthf ApoHe are the best berries grow on the sh rpest merely letters writtu, folded up and sent thorns, so some of the sweetest consolaby postmen to the different ciurches Do tions of tbe gospel grow onthem03t;ting-in- g you read other le,ters tbe way you read affliction. You thought that death Paul's leHers? SupposaWou 0ei a busihad grasoed your child. O, no; it wa ness letter, and 'you kiiowth&t in It there only the Heavenly Shepherd taking a lamb are Important Huiuicialptirpposvtioiis, do audYJien one you held the child in your lap, and putyou read the JiTTp!nif-sj?line of the third page, anil another of the ting his arms gently around the little one, second, and another of the first? Ho. said: You bein with "Dear Sir" an 1 end with Of such Is the Kingdom of Heave n . "Yours trulv." Sow, here is h letter Put the Bible in the school. Palsied ba written from the throne of God to our, lost the band that would take tbn Bible from tgnific jut holies and world; it is full of m the college and the school. Educate only proportions, and we dip in here and a man's head and you make him an infidel. nu w e know nothing about it. Bothere, Educate only a man's heart and you make lides that, people road the, Bible when him a fanatic. Educate them both tothey can not do anything else." It is a gether and you have the noblest work of dark diy. and they do not feel wall, and God. they do not go to business, aud after Put the Bible on the rail train and on lou.ieiug ibout a bit they pik up the ship board, till all parts of this laud and Bible heir mind refuse" to enjoy the all other Ian Is shall have its illuminatiou. eary from trutii. Or they com 9 home This hour there rises the heathen worship, the store or shop, und they feel, if thy do and in tho face of this day's sun smokes not say, it is h dull book. Whiin the Bible the blood of human sacrifice. Give them is to l read on stormy days and hile the Bible. Unbind that wife from tho your bend aehs.it is also to be read in tbe funeral pyre, for no other sacrifice is auiisbiue an i when your nerves nice needed since the blood of Je3us Christ thrum the song of hetltb. While cleausetli from all sin. your vision is clear, wallf In this paradise I am preaching this sermon because of truth, and while your lueutnl appetite tbtra are so many who would have you iis t od.r pluck these clusters of p"ce. - believe that the Bible is uu outlandish , ... :il wn I jwh iaaciu;iieii wuu .!. eout'iHtsns" oi book .iiid obsolete. It is fresher and moie this b k. Every word is packed full of intense than any book that yesterday truth. Every sentence is came cut of the great publishing houses. Every setsJcice is like an lt banv.in tree Make it your guide in life and your pillow with a hundred roots and a hundred in dath. branches It is a great arch; puil out oue This book will become in your last days, Th-r- e .tone aid it all comes down. has books, pearl diver who could gather when you turn away from all other will be never been a a solace for your soul. Perhaps is - treaMl'es iu any up of tbverse. your one given mother's Bible, perhaps John rlttWebach, of Vienna, for twenty-on- e you on your wedding day, thecover now its years e y Sablmth expounded to his worn out and its leaf fndtd with age, but the first chapter of tho Brfok its bright promises will flash upon the of Isaiah, iud yet did not get through opening gates of Heaven. s all litfour-hundred- th three-hundredth, exception that you csn raise them." But the traveler goes down, and in the underground vaults of Eilithya he finds" painted on the wall all the process of tending the vines and Heading out the grapes. It is all there, familiarly sketched by people who evidently knew all about It, and saw it all about them every day: and In those underground vaults ttiere are vass still encrusted with the settlings of the wine. You see the vine did grow in Egypt; vhetberit grows there-noor jiot. Thusyou see that while "God wrote "the Bible, at the same time He wrote this commentary, that "the statues of tho Lord are right," on leaves of rock and .shell, bound in clasps of metal, and lying, Son mountain tables and in the jeweled' .vase of thesea.In authenticity ajid in genuineness, the statutes of the Lord are just suits the place. YoU'putit in the Go so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever belleveth in Illin should not perish, but have everlasting life. Show me any other book with such a doctrine, so high, so'deep,tso vast. 4. Again: The Bible is right in its effects, I do not care where vounut theBible.it r ton: dory to God In the highest, and oa earth peace and good will toward men. In my next sentence every word weighi 1 -- st 1 bnrp-strin- gs .- -J . . . dojihle-barrele- d. I i osie-hn- lf n with if. Nine-tenth- of erature of this iage is merely 'he good the Bible lly inspiration Riven; Kruht as a lamp Its doctrines shine To guide onr souls to heaven. T11N lamp, through all the tedious night Ot life, shall Ulde our way. Till we behold the clearer light Of au eternal dav. How prcciouls is the hook divine, - un-tai- ns Tlms-Unlon.- s. b!o-som- s, it-- ora-ofsan- ht -- ....j Mo-e- s ;..ii... inoiibt-onous; 1 ," ii-- water-snake- e 1 e Anglo-Saxo- n. king-snak- THE AUTOGRAPH RAGE. Constitutional Weapon Used to Check How the Treiddcnt Ilrnds, 1'hllnsophlcal-ly- , Careless legislation President Cleve- to the Unceasing Ilemaml In 'ftl laud's Wise Vnn of It. Line. Wlion the first constitution of Ohio The small boy with the autograph ras formed no veto was given to the album is a prominent and busy figure Sovernor, and this is about tho onlv about tho capitol now. The rage for State where ho does not sim bilfs audiographs, it seems, will never cease. passed by the Legislature. In 1802 tho Great people from the President down JefluKon party had a majority ia the through the various grades of public invention to form our organic law, life are constantly pestered for their ind," being! jtalditt of executive autographs. Every day the visitor to hmmit, they denied him all' par- the White House may see a pile of let- ticipation in the business of legat- f ters upon tho desk or one of the pri ion, and, after an experiment of fifty vate secretaries with the abreviation years, tho frainera of our present con- "auto" written upon, each envelstitution retained the old provision. ope. It means" that thev contain No si'iious consequences have resulted. requests for autographs. The numami me people are satisfied. The ber of these letters received at tho qualified veto given to the President iu White Houe in a year may be counted the Federal constitution has. as a rule, by thousands. Those that come now, been wisely and judiciously exercised! contain not only a request for the PresIt enables the Executive to interpose to ident's autograph, but some cf them prevent violations of tho organio law, ask for that of his bride. These latter check hasty and legislation requests are seldom complied with, for while the President has thought it propand protect his prerogative froTn tj encroachment. After returning er to yield to the demand for accurate a bill with his objestions, a majority oi portraits of Mrs. Cleveland, and to their sale under certain s iu each branch of Conres can make it a law without his content restrictions, it has not been thought His power is not absolute, but quali- advisable to encourage the publie in a miscellaneous demind for autographs. fied, anil heuco not dangerous. I'resident.Jackson, and subsequently The President continues, however, to give a fpw minutes occasionally gratpresident Tyler, vetoed acts of to establish a national bank. ifying the requests of the main appliThey were violently and vclicmcntly cants for this clas of favdrs Tho PreVi denounced at the time, but their inter- -' ident h a good doul of a philosoidier. 'position of evecutivo authority ha land after entering .the White House been accented! ami annroved bv the decided that tho coujil, do more to grant pcrsonaj pleasure toya large people. They . to." wait forjlip sober second thought of the in- number of people in a briefs tpacc telligent patriotic masses to approve of lime 03- receiving those who called to pay their respect, and writtheir action'. President Hayes veTocd ,tlio.bilCrenionuti.ingsilvir. and iffras ing his autograph lor those desiring llioni, than in any other manner: very promptly passed over his veto. In tho last day of his official lifc.he and while he does not partu ulariv envetoed tho act providing for the re- joy this sort of thing ho submits graceand autofunding the national debt s.t a lower fully. 'So the graph fiends are generally successful of interest Tho next Congress rate the law, and it wis approved in their raids upon the President Not that anybody can march tip to him at by the President power any time and suecessfullv demand his The greater virtue in the veto is that it gives the Presulentauthority to autograph, but that the reasonable requests received check hasty and ied legislation, responded to. by mail are gonerally Csually these letters and our pre-eExecutive has popularized this constitutional protision as it are laid away until a pretty good lot never has been bcJV:e. He has been of them accumulates, and until the htyled the veto President. His brief President has timer to attend to them. messajjes returning pension and appro- Charley I.etler, the President's usher, friend. priation bill to Congress without his is the autograph hunter's to him, The and approval met with the warmest com- letters are turned over mendation of I he poople. 'Presidents when he can catch the President with heretofore have usually approved neh a moment of time to spare he las of cards aet of Congress a a matter of course. a bundle "(Jrover before him, ami h Cleveland, (irowr President Cleveland signs nothing writes bill Cleveland" until his arm gets tired or without an examination. If a doo not challenge his approval, he re- his other and more important duties fuses his Mgnattiro and briefly and tuko his attention. Then Charley takes clearly gives iiis rcasmis. He is aware the precious autographs and distributes of the fact that on "private hill day'' them by mail to the applicants. Often in Congress only thoe attend who there are personal applications by the have ctses to be considered, and that owners of autograph albums ami they "you vote for mine and w ill vote for are generally directed to leave them 011rs" is Mifiicieiit to the pass- with Charley, who presents them at to merit the same time ho does the cards for tho age of both i ithout regard Cincinnati hile he wishes every person who is President's sine manual. entitled to a pension to have it, he is Times. determined to prevent dishonest raids DEMOCRATIC DROPS. upon the treasury. appropriaThe objections to making The more the private pension tions for constructing bills are examined, the wore they where convenient and strtable accom- look. Providence Journal ( . ). modations can bo had at an expense The rage and foolish threats ol less than the cost of taking care of a the discomfited raiders on the trcasiirt (loverument building after it is erected will be of little avail apainst the PresaU1 be warmly indorsed ny the people. ident. He has tho people with him. feel that they have a Pres- Albany Arqiu. ident who will do his duty without fear Extravagance Blair's attempt to or favor. act as the whole Senate Committee on .Many justify these appropriations in owIt to empty the treasury of its large Pensions is one more illustration of his surplus. The Democratic doctrine is unrivaled genius for Buffalo Times. that thcr.t should be no surplus in the This country is on the way tc treasury, that taxes should be reduced so that only enough money be taken what it has so long needed a true refrom the poekts of the people for'an form, not a Pharisaical, h pocritical, of tlATRv- -' sneaking, dishonest pretense of reform-buthe genuine article. Cincinnati ernment HpiftiMG bni1djijjK are Enquirer. in alf "places like Zansjlle .iti.s renorted that the Ohio Re und DaytOll ' t!ia' iikMioi- - nkiuruilla hijjh tax publicans will stual0j thoir next Camkeep them ia orhir. v, uli-ikpaign on the .Payne issiiy-- . Jfu,j!ial levies neep.ss.irV iii'nll 'future. t"uncfc with President Cleveland i a Democrat, case they will have todi-'pen- y and npudiatv's the Republican doctrine s ich assistance as Senators Logan and that high taxes make th lxoplc pros- Evarta might be able to give. Indiana perous, anil the larger tho appropria- Slate tirntiurl. Messrs. Edmunds, Logan, Shertions the liettcr for the country. He is daily growing in faor with the people. man and Earts constitute a ery disHe will make the veto power very mal group of Presidential aspirants. popular if he continues his good work. They arc like a man who. with his nose flattened against the window-panCincinnati jCnqnirrr. peers wistfully out and sees nothing but ' fog. llrooklyn Eagle. Tbe Probable Ohio Programme. The failure of General Logan to It must havo been a weak array of stem the tide which turned sometime facts iudcid that would not demand of ago in favor of General 1'it.c John Porthree such stalwart partisans as Sena- ter marks another stage in the downtors Teller. Evarts and. Losan an iu- - ward course of the "bloody shirt'' In another eamnuifii it will be- - valueless estimation in the interest of Ohio hfis a political factor.---Ae- w ''Macau 'Acg- ..and general partyo:ipitali-liu- t isicr. , sjJ ' ' ' th.e proofs eubmitteiHor their The Presid nf has given evidence were too llinlsy, and, de- that he is not practiced in double-dealin- g spite the appeal of cnatoY Sherman, tlfat tlijnneaiis what l pleading: nt Congressnipn he or deceit, and the say.". If lie shall suece.cd iu effectwild Little and Imttcrworth, and the ing an actual and final divorce between lotjitorpp'of tho onc'liunllrcd' Republic- the offices and machine politics, he Ohio, thesp three--' Senaan 'editors of will be entitled to the appellation of a tors had to join four Democrats in real reformer. ChictqoJonrnal( Rep. ). n disinis-dnthe charges of Editor Senator trotn the consideration of the setts, is the parDuwe, of Massachuexcellence champion Senate. But when the PresiM. Halstcad to of the red man. It is now in order for bj- - a veto undertakes to preserve make the evening sky lurid with the dentred man's land from being gobbled the hot breath of his tiery indignation. by a railroad corporation. Da was' SenFrom the Western Reserve to the atorial worship of corporations and his Hamilton County the one of the President are hundred Republican editors, of Ohio partisan dislike of he sacrifices hi too Inshould make the State resound with much for him and Deand dian proteges without a scruple. denunciations of Teller, Evarts Logan false Senators and recreant troit Free Press. R publicans. There will bo a "hubCleared by a Republican. bub wild" in Huckeyedom for nine The following is a report made by days; M. Halstead will run up the Jlag of secession and loosen his moorings Senator Hoar to the Committee on to the Union; Senator Sherman will Privileges and Elections upon tho fume and Ren Hutterworth will belmaterial submitted b the Ohio Legislow, and then Ohio will tkc every thing that comes in her way. Chicago lature in the Payne case, which material Mr. Hoar as a committeeman exNews. V en-:ro- ac THE RIGHT OF VETO. lu'is-lativ- two-third- Coii-irro- ss n were-conte- -- hand-shak- er ill-a- d nt 1 An old farmer at the optician's was DR. JOHN BULL'S in a curious difficulty in choosing specUnited States Leading All Civilized Coun- tacles. "I am in one eve tries Except Russia. d and in the other," he exAccording to Schwarzcnecker. Prus- plained. "Do you think you can fit me 2,313,887 oul? sia possesses altogether d eye has done FOR THE CURE OF horses, or 97 horses for 1,000 inhabi- all my hard work for vears. and I want tants (91 per 1,000). Omitting tho de- to ease it a spell. When I read I use tailed census of the number in each that eye, but it can't see anything in dropping corn. Then 1 have to use my fir fTRTTTR and FPVER. division of tho empire given by Prof. - 7 W VS.. W... eycand after planting for a Leonhard, the census of 1873, the Ger- time it gets so tired I have to close mv AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES man Empire contained altogether eyes occasionally to rest them. But the The proprietor of this celebrated medida per ccni. most uncomfortable part, of the whole justly claims for it a supericrity over all r?ni- 3.352.231 horses, about be edies ever ottered to tns puor c lor mo &&., younger than three years; of the horses trouble is seeing thins? half-wa- v the . CERTAIN, SPEEDY aid PEKMANEKT cura 70 tween. If hold a book half-waolder than this, in round numbars, of Agae and Fewr, or Chills and Fever, wheth eyo it per cent, were employed in agriculture, far enoujrh for'thecan t see. and o. ain't er 01 S&oror IOCS' stanaing. .ae rc.era w uw I'm ecti Weitera arfdT,Sonthera country to bear 10 per cent in commerce and indusafraid you'llhave or tna asseroes to tne tries, 2 per cent in army use, 4 per adinsting those o's'jfct'sn j",c'!JtLttatano case whatevertrnta it fail to cure if will Tivies, cent, as slud horses, and 3 per cent as the diretiais an strictly foMowed and carried t saddle and carriage, horses. This gavo . that :A floating item R2 horses per 1.0001 inhabitants. no nutriment whatever in beef tea made ,.,,?. ...n-- j Mr ! Wmi witkaTtw r possesses three and .yT one-hamillions, or 99 per 1,000 in- from extracts., ! wJwaJ,f the gaacraJcal'JH It.U,,, ' " habitants. Hungary alone has 2,000,-00For the Lsdle. tain to czro, if Sti nse ia eontmne'd in saiallet France has altogether 2,882,850 taatrhterls tbo poor man's plaster, doses for a wesi or two, alter tao cusease ftMt j T hurdon liffhtr horses and 300,003 mules, or 73 horses ' been checked, mor'6 especially in difficult ana Jruminjrpadii'isslnto pladnes''. ' per 1,000 inhabitants, and 54 per easel, csually this meflicin Darkest hour to May dawn bright. square kilometer. will not require any aid to keep tho bowila ia Tls tho deepest and tho chenpet good order. Should the patient, however, reCure for Ilia of this description. Denmark (census of 1881) possesses But for ttiOAO that woman's heir to. quire a cathartic medicine, after having taken 310.570 horses; Belgium. 283,163 horses, Uso Dr.Piercc's "favorite Prescription." doses of the Tsnie, as.ngledos-o- f or b'O per 1,00 inhabitants; Holland, Cures all weaknesses and Irrcsulnrities. three or fourVEOSTABLS FAMILY PILLS will KEITrS 250.000, or 73 per 1,000 inhabitants; "bearing dowu" sonsutidus, ''internal ho sufficient. USE no other piU. Italv (census of ,18083, p57,544jjbmv in fever," bloating, displacements, inflammaPrice, 8L0O per Bottle; Six Bottles for 85. 1879 she had onlv 615.457 horses', be- - tion, morning sickness and tendency to ono ciuicerous .sidi 2&J,8(i6' mules; Switzscland, in dollar. By'disoase. Price reduced to druggists. ISSti. about 105.000, or 40 per 1.000 m- SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, 'habitants; Spain, (in 1865), 680,373, , Be what BULL'S SARSAPAfflLLA, ia!rs. injured.baVrud tdimps! I'd ttatb it. ucaidu 2,319,81b nitiles.nud asses; every If I hod me loife ByLL'S.WORM DESTROYER. . 1 vear there are killed in the bull .lights Chicata Journal. , The Popular Remedlea of theDjiy. , :;,000 to 4'i100 horses; Portugal. 8S.9C0 Haia's HnlrRenower always glres satis50,390 mules and 127,950 asses; faction, and is indorsed by our best phy- Prlntl!-- Ofilef, S31 ilala St., -- QClSYILtav. KT- hores, Russia (in 1882). 21,570,000 horsis; sicians. 3i Hpk P9l As n stimnlnnt to the stomach, liver and Sweden and Norway, 655,456, or 115 bowgls, tho safest remedy is Ayer'a Pills. hordes per 1,000 inlmbitants; Greoeo. United States of about 100,000; TnE moth rxhibits much taste in drc. America, 9,501,000; Canada, 2,624.-U0Boitoii TrutueripL Argentine Republic, 4,000,000; Uruguay, 1,000,000; Australia (in 1871) I Had n. Dreadful Conch, -301,000. and raiod a considerable amount of blood Inxtuntlj- rrllorpi arol toon ronw was very mm, uuu Throat, nronch'tis. pjurtsy. stiff 'cct.Colds." Sor matter; nosiues, i all const Prof. Leonhard gives for different andweak I could scarcely go about tbo Ire, nji luttasimallons, so uler of 0 Lung, cities the figures cited below: Berlin', bouse. This was tho caso of a man with KJdne js or liowcls. 32,527; Brcslau, 4,5S1; Bremen, 2,199; consumption arising from liver complaint. tho NEURALGIA Buda-Pcst11,611; Cologne, 1,850; Ho recovered bis health tomvleteb) by DisPiorco's " Golden Modicnl Dant.ig. 2.385; Dresden, 5,611; Frank- use of Dr. Thousands of others bear similar nalache. Toothache.byTVeakn5 or Tain In t covery." Hack, Chest or one application. fort on tho Main, 3,000; Hamburg, testimony. CURES Tnrj WOICT' PAINS H from on to '4,171; Hamburg, with suburbs, 7,600; tw entf minute. J. t one b ir after raullni; thit is a crtlscramt need anj one W1TU f.Vin. The groat trouble with n bnzz-sHanover. 4.158; Konigsbcrg, I. P., that it never wears faLo teeth. LoiccU Cit- 4,477: Copenhagen. 5,302; Leipzig; inn. 2,1"3: Monaco, 5.883; Rome. 11.733; A tffaxpoonfullnahalftjynblerof water wilt, fn Delicate Diseases, affecting-niala few mimiic". care Cramps, Spara. SonrStota-acl- j. Stockholm. 3,500; Stuttgart, 2.591; Vifemalo, however induced. sieedily and Heartburn, fcnlclnt.ss, Iau.-n- , Voralilrir, enna. 1 1.317: Paris, 61,217; (the omni-bu- s or permanently cured. Illustrated book for Nervonr.eiS. MceplesMio". Side llradacbe. company has most horses of any 10 cont3 in stamps. AVorld's Dispensary pAlUS. ruentetr. Coke, i latulency ana all Internal corporation, "12, 000): London, 200,000, Medical Association, CC3 .Mnin Street, There not a remedial agent In the world that will cure Fever nnJAmie. and a'.l other Malarlotn. of which about 60,000 are used in public Buffalo, X Y. , s, aiaoi nriuiawaj 1 union ana mm-oau.cifl IwrT" Uul neiit't. carriages, 10,000 for street cars and is something to a door especialTho number in lyAa iin(Jit is on a pretty girt. 60,000 for omnibuses. hen St. Petersburg is not given, but it is TWENTY YEARS IN USE. rm. ItAn'WA.T A; Co.: I have uvKl yonr Ready Tte WniT'sTnnBEsrDisisrr.CTWTand remesupposed to be the same as in London. with preat Glenn's ilef The horses of the city of New York are dy for skin irritations anddefc-ts- l WiiisK.it I or for many year mruy 1faml'y hare nuthin vUt the lat tHenly year w uuld Scxriu-- Sor. Hill's IIaik and to expet pain lr wnidly cr from any part of the body estimated as being between 60 000 an tintwardly. I hava iimmI li f r rheumatic pales ami Drs, Ulack o- - Brown, 50c. 75,000. Scientific American. always. found ereatrelief when spoiled to tu painare Indeed txcel ful part ot the btx r i our Pi .em, rs y oa represent .incm n r. Ovis.i tt Co run a bakery in Buffalo. UOUEKTb'JjfjNN-I- X. Your trulr. Buffalo Kxprw. C7 u 1.U U Chicago, Hi , cpc , SWEET POTATO FLOUR. JIK. JtAUWAY V CO., N. ., FrvziekAxlk Gheash lasts three times as Radwar's Sa?ap!irlian Nature und 01ect of n Recently Patented long as others and saves horses and wagons. Proprietors ofnndDr.lt3wy'if. HcaolTeni HORSES OF THE 'WORLD. X C far-sight- short-sighte- short-sighte- Sill's ToficpB MHMi ind AGUE W far-sight- ed rffc-- J 1-- -- short-sight- ed I v. 3-- 0-- 'a4 "V. U'hiMtaa"!r iItb Vk&L& Austria-Hungarlf y fISLrSffifcte 0. Makini-ever- lon-tand- in DR. JOHN BULL'S 4 PAT-"- ! 0: Us- ill - (WAY'S' READY 111 a RELIEF jt rf. h, mzmm, Itb, w tslIFl-"E- 2NTERNA1Y. lllar-rhm- a, I , r r'r n '. p !. 3I11I1I1K 1'roconn. post-ollic- es Tax-pate- rs economical-administr.ittft- n t con-truet- ed e, starch and saccharine matter. The sweet potato is a luxury, and when in its natural state and out of season, is difficult to get except at exorbitant prices, owing to its liabilit' to rot and freeze. This invention designs so to treat the potato that the starchy and saccharine matters, with a quantity of tho glutinous portions, maybe obtained trtittcnnrtnd it ?mv TrvT"tirn on! of the world as a staple proUuef similar u to Hour; anil 11 oenig a fact that chemical changes which accrue to the liquid portion of the potato in climate other than whweit grew destroy its natural flavor, an essential feature of the process is to. quickly evaporate such liquids while the potato is in healthy condition, and reduce it to fiour or meal which will retain tho natural flavor of the esculenL The product obtained according to the invention may be made into puddings, pies, cakes," custards and the like.; weii-Miuw- Wheat and other grains arc likely to havo more or less of a rival in the sweet potato. A patent has been issued for a process of treatingswect potatoes for making Hour.- The object of the invention is to produce a wholesome and nutritious article of diet from the sweet potato one that will not become liable to be frozen or decayed, and which shall embody all thevaluablo portions of the potato, especially the - TVnr is a doctor nover used to seo sickness. sea-hic- kl llo is Best, easiest to uso and cheapest. Fiso's Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 50c to have it broken. It actually improves tbe bicycle record IT3 P ? U 0 a E? '1- -9 to ne Mma At thi wnsan ne wir Mery cno almost ertrj phy- ort of tonic. IKON entire into Rci n' prescription for uuo bo ned tuilihni up. G TIB Bl - ri S 'BB'-Cfl S I nb! IS!) Have treated Dropsy and I'r complications with th mcM wonderful sue esa:ue vegetable remedies, harni.cM 11 move all cyicrtoins of dnjpy io eijrLt y t we nty toys, tur? parents nixiLousced hopelcts by the best 01 physicians. t ue srmptonu rapidly di ppcar, From the flr at Icui two-- t hiros of all symptoms are and la t en , removed. oii')rchf humbug without knowlnRanytblniz aboat If. Brmrmbtr. 1; doe not cost you anything to realize tlie nicrlrs of our trentmentioryosirstir. la ten daya the d'eully of breathing Is refiercU thn pulen5KU'r.Uienrijry organs luada to dlscbargs thetrfuUdutv. fleeji It retorcd. tho swclllnic all or nearly cone, the nreatlilncreaecd.andapretlieniadB care consyji'iy curing 4 i lonssinuLfU. nberof times, Inr. enscithat Care leen tappet and the patle..t decared nnaUe to Uvea wee fc Gives fall bhturv of case. Name sex. tiJW ions anicted. rut Iimvlud;vwr'"'i..r.d wh- - re ure -'y 3X. IX. X3C for Eleven Specialists OXVI-SRJ- V TREATED FREE. rfa Years Past, SOICB, iy do m ???' , i tgr zjz m For. .IVrnLnHKH. il.Tt xitud",, 'LacJiT.ef etc., it n.r Mj:QlLl.,Jd is linirar. Iron uedicrnro that.tMcrit, jnjfirioiiiJ. tbe finly na ABriCfiC' lui; juuput jiiicuiiti(.-IIyteni, ltctortu Appetite,-AidIlreloa n cELji ltd m enn H THE ! Py nJl, - t , , ; Ten days' " EpUcpsttlt)'po'tllTi-lnred. If you uri t '.I.jimJ lO'CCpKlfc. ettnitwiQ-raj"- ! 3V. postage HHPrtP.,t A- 2SD Atlanta, lartetti y J! s0:. St, " ' Jt.. C.' tt. :BE5T TONIC . SCJSOEJIHAX.S' :' MAIMBE'-'Sflff;) t Milling World. ,i - siH-uia- Don-avt- or Level Potato Culture. , ? THE VICTOR itd The old ctistom'of planting potatoes 0E . , .,, 1....; .C.I 10 ?!... .... .iu .1...' .mi mu in llllis tJivu VICTOR d ASK FOR THE lecl sys'tm. I5nt. as nil ; DOUBLE KULLEB. is not easily Overcome, it wjll usage ' nfcrtrtl riren, i"JfttiTl 'lrrJiSSfcs ht miilnj .free. actual experiments to convinco require v u r rv material. twrfectfit. enuals Bt Plr warranted. Take noneany Vi or'ice. i mh :l K?T.vrr i k.. kw i ' nnfrw HtawpSnl farmers that a change to the newer eveTL. Donirlat' J3X0 shoe. Warranted.' Coagretj W 9S I method is the best. To explain the ad- - Tottm and Lace. I5oy ask No Hops to Cut Off Horses' Manes IV. I Douclas milages of the level culture we will for the i!ne sij its as Shoe, siAj. j2.0 ueicoraieu "m i.ii-t- .' 1 1( und ICKIIM.K Couiblncd . &; TvTs. state that the potatoes have the ad- the juvshoe. Ifyoncancot m ! can not le Hipped hy any horte. ham' -- 4a Btiinesc'"'t"" the V.,S vantage of greater feeding room, and ;a pie Ilallcrt.t any partI.ulSoMhyn; free, on receiptor also more moisture. After the plants carl to W. L. Donglaa. Saddlery. Hanlware an! HTM xsrcCEton. Iienlera. special c are well under way the eartli may then k i ,"J .1 Trade. r?rSend it'(ct.nt to tin t fir bo drawn to them, when it will serve J.C- - LtnnTUOt.6C.llovlicver.XV in retaining the as a mulch aud assist DOLLARS ech fnr New and l'er-'TffjJ-3- f moisture as well as protecting against arranleUfiveyears. brntonlrial I I If desired. ltuydirectna,aTel5 the heat of the sun. If the potatoes premium. cjTen I m lot's. Onrans M'rii. for FREE clrrnlar witlf 1 (W)tetl- arc planted in hills in the first place nonin' fnira eery Mate. Chicago. is a great exposure oL surface, there I'AYXE &CO., a V.'.ilonroeSl. which allows of more evaporation than Hrf."?Z L ADI under the level system, but if the roots ERTEL'S VICTOR HAY PRESS, " and how topreierra . gan t work Is full of level, and the earth are below the tioa to every woman. SEnlJ-?"uA- : drawn to the plants afterward, the mound serves as a protection. Farm, Extract Mboicins' Field and Stockman. Hill v time-honore- T aclwc rrrodccco.tiptwD-e-.p,Ji4- j.l uaio, JaTVas echt -urown .7ewonaon. wun " I bB iron isiirers mm Ali.faf i5IT I enlta incaMfl ol IJelnllty ner m. tteie Is needtrl. and I know of r preparation of In t that does better." lKa-T- T. ouis-viMas Mart Svttst.t, Ky., wy: " I bad lot all appvtdo and f en-- t I wi greatly benehtfa irrir broken down In health. ty Jrown's Iron Bitters and eladly recommend it" Mtj. ASCT CC8ICK. jHJetwinntle. Ind.. fsys; "1 was troubled with weakn I and a general REWARD Brown's Iron brwkinsdownofthaeystem. Ilitnra with the nnt natufxtory rTtulta." red lilies etraslns 3t for cimrkei u has abOTe Trade ilarl, and crwd Gouina oar Cio.rr Ji9t la ot'.ier. JUde only by n. wnnper. TnKe j. atlas HWnV.N CHEMICAL C'l- l- IHImiOKK. Ml. tr: prniea .,i. . (rn.iyriciitse'ure.i.i There U iiMi.:te inure f.ir:iinif ttiirn'ai'd'r ttnn U tbU W't c.i.iflr iraamrteec our MCV-WI-if lf f riir;forail d.i a niu. vrr kp urecnl.-- t tit' ......r. If ...a i!eire ... ,...tl... h ffnof r.n oy s tent mi.v Nia. rr.rc.rleaVeVln vpr'raKe.'rtoi'J ent an s will Uj ltadlnt:drugci-t'box bf mall on receipt cf ectisbr I'IM'IXX Wt SDAI CO.MPA.Va. Cincinnati. Ohio. Sole Aljnafaetarers. lrl ..iA s -- r m $1000 L. r - w . MACUXM:CO-ColaEta,- U. . jt SKTI . : -- JL a--vj l'r!ce-I.I- ES-Hoalt- hand vif ihem-yrrif- Ac-lu- half-light- ed light-hearte- 11 -- apo-Jle- e Rule in the Household. It is to be expected that parents vv ill do their duty to their children, and so very few commands to parents are found until Paul bids them not to provoke their children to wrath. But it is not so much to be expected that children will naturally bo obedient to their parents. So the duty of obedience of children is put even into the Decalogue "Honor thy father und thy mother" and the New Testament repeats it, and declares that its promise of long life makes it tfcc first commandment with promise. We don't remember any command in the Bible for parents to obey their children; and yet,-i-f the pnuuc impression noes not err, mere are a great many cases nowadays in which the order is reversed, and it is the child that orders the parents about and rules the household. If children do not obey it is- the parents' fault. They should have begun before the child could talk, and taught it that its whims are not to be respected, that its crying will not force submission, but that it is tho subordinate and must do as it is told. --The parent who abdicates his authority insures a miserable household, and ruins his child. Ar. Y. Indc - I havo exntnined the evidence forwarded bv tbo House of Keprcenutives of OUlo. tus1 under a rtso.utlon di- The Inve-Uiiraro- amined and analyzed: were hUo members of the last,means trullty of for to vote ln Induced bv corrupt ., Tn....n TI11SJI charjres were not so ".ur nmnmlMpesi) reoort- - 11, ,t th. lUlJli; WIJ .tv ..v..... rt. na ,! Inoniry took a wmer raiiKc "?; leuietendlnsr to show that Mr. Payn be- - pickpocket's hand book was lately found in the pocket of one of tho fraternity pounced upon at a Parisian fair. The pages were tilled with dates of such events as seemed likely to afford good opportunities for pickpockets tho sales at tho chief shops, grand weddings aud aristocratic charitable funerals, bazaars, with the place and most faver- .... A ed light-finger- othIs .lipped anrwhere o Operate on I rUl apalnst all tm.t to keep the one Joins mot &. rarrha-er lir-Vmoney. OaotaiEL S. Co., Qulncy, lit. woxt.Ur the itait e. !QUIERSaaSS di feenie uccew or po Jtr"' 1! i'en.ioa. auu t, r" a oa 1. I CURE j 1 hre mida Iho dlieue of HITS. KriLKPSV erTAIXtNO SICKNESS a U( long ntudy. I warrant my Beeaam other cars nmtir to cure tho vrerel cs fallsot9aonftrnotnowreclftngacara. Sop4 I t naand thenare i on not mean ajaln. hare them retain a FITS? I mean arafll-cJr- Wpiuiw'habit asspssss p;rtlclcpaln Uttmc-.N'e- w, Xrcc-- circular and liwa. clBclMaUf 0olo Infallible remedy, "ot a II wii'nM.v- -. lilt. C J. TJATHEUBl , h.aua vuy, A. di Ull TO FKKh. BuallST& sarKTI Unetnotundtrthehorse'afe. t. Wrlto CO.,lWIj,alek. U1 llOLBKU 1A.F. Sample no. iorShSt.S - I lrt ;t -- I r,i nwt Oflco. nelr''MTC&xsrau u """JVwri-wBa- ri It TOCre " a M.,t.A an.l & Tree Hnttl df TI1T "!ir fnfalllbla coita ycd OPIUM U.V I OS I 5Tonltne.ITiIlt Cneeil lb IO tn'JOdnyi. AopnyllUeiired. lr.J.Steehen,lbnnoB.Ol.lo K of I. A jr. C Ucvrn. KaTcrm ForclrctiSe ? !. 11. Booth, Chicago. .- iaj". THE MARKETS. CiscrsxATi. Aug. uIVESTOCK-Cattlo-Comtno- -- n candidate w not publicly tbo Stateaselection: that Senator until after ...... sugsre-te- d itoj... 3, JONES htmam aa-- CO M.I nJt 60 2 50 4 40 4(1 11 4 67 (loodrackcra. was not ery iiroinmoniiy a 40 & 400 in shorllr before his election beenJanuary: that Slir.nP Oood to choice... supposed to at 3 65 3 petons who had I'ayno. that thoro 1'I.OUU Vnmlly inany :4';a 75 favor Vendleton voted for corrupt means GHAIN 3 Wheat No, 3 red 7U 16 73 ..... was a wl.lcspreml bullet thut No. red..... 43 result; that one 43 44 were used to procure tho sum Corn No. 2. mixed 28 of moiiey Tor luemberwas offered a lanrchearsay statements Oats No. 2 mixed ...... 55 11) e No. 2 his vote: that there were several others: that 4111 "50" 10 60' eharlii:r corruption as to HAY Timothy No. 1. ...'.... LcjrMature receded TOHACCO Medium Leal... ... 6 00 T 40 two members of the about the tune or the (3 8 90 l.ir-- 0 sums or moneyf.. . ..1I .! Good Leaf . i j CU125 wninn iiiiiit .i...tinn account; that the PKOVISIONS Vork-M7H 4i they cave no satisfictory Ijirrt ,.. 12 of Mr. Payne canvass. BinTHK l'r'UOco icnin.. Dairy princ.pal manairens Cho .. 16 & 18 McLean, Huntinirton and Oliver H. Palire. Ohio Creamery 12b 113 Panic, did not testify before tho commltteo. APPLES Prime 100 Uut tbcro Is no evidence tending to how the POTATOES iieir, per barrel., any member unles in ahoye bribery of NEW YOHK. no evidence to connect Mr.s stated, there l'aync.tho sittnp meuibcr. with showicirans-nctionrrnirn State and Western... .$2 25 2W that tho G11A1N -- Wheat No. 3 Chicago and none teudlnf to MSO 85H .. No. 2 red result was changed or affected by such uflru HOtiS Choiee Uutcners Conitnoii..N. .4 00 4 3 4 95 PAYStheFREICHT 3 Ton Scale, Iroa Lcrcrt. Uaon Strci rmrlDici. Tmi Beta pl, IFSDAU: T I a iii: m cs.. B1NC5UA31TON. N. Y 5 T NEW DEPARTURE .DRUMS famished. Write VairsiiNK Bros, Jasci vllit. Wja., l at mane with patent aonDie actus roai ana m f foldlcft Knee rest. Light, AIJC K. 1004 JrMoTeTVi .substantial and handsome. OKUM WfJL "2S1 lUoedln the best Bands and Orchestra. Uncqnalcd for (tone. ftirpa all other la finlf h and appearance. If T Incarett Mualc dealer doea )not keep them, writo to u MST OP I.EASES for Illustrated catalogue. ALWAYS CTJILLKLB BY XISTS9 LYON A HEALY, Chicago, UU IrrrrHie Scale. Ftr Cnt rit I!t aieatioa tal ani 4.1f.m JONES OF IH6KAMTSW, S60. pirr IW.n Sox tar north of Cincinnati. aeTian?' t ifOMri:OPATHIPnOtJrrT4rcSlebFotlnf.irmatlon,. O. brsslon lbi7leplnSept.2. O. J. ontJM., Itcsinrar.si rnoiicsQuarei addrel kkv. J- - li. Addror Fifteen aUei l). u u lennaic, u. li - TELEGRAPHY res5.i5 V---' L 71 Jl ' fS)I Ji i- - means." Chieigo Inter Ocean (Hep ). pendent. -- 1 - - -- -- ban-dre- voi--s- jord! ii yciu - plain' that Woodpulp Miller, the Senator from New 1 ork, will have very hard work in securing pledges from candidates for the upsembly the coming fall. The New York Tribune is opposed to hh reelection and says: "lie W the champion of a great swindle in the Senate, winch Is not for the "benefit of New York or any interest of New York." But no man who is entitled to an opinion is disappointed with the figure Miller has cut in national politics. The poor fellow might have done well in the but when ho went to tbe United States Senato'he was over his Prtit, bead It is qiiite so-call- ed As-remb-lv. for Republicats. After President Cleveland had vetoed bills for the erection of Urge and un necessary public buildings in several small Northern towns the Republican organs began to cry out that veto, the North' and was cxercising-Jiisas he did on the pension bills because he hated the Union soldier. But nown that the vetoes on buildings in towns begin to fall the organs are significantly silent. They haven't even .1. mvinn "in feel as tho neonlc of Ashevillc, N. C, did when they sent a.message io the President as follows: "While your veto of onr court house bill is generally regretted, the confidence of tlie public in your wisdom and justice remains unshaken, and should you visit North Carolina at iinv time, you would receive a cordial TreYcomo at Asheville." Detroit Fret An Example ho-hat- Corn No. 2 mixed. Oats mixed POHK Mess TJVltD Western steam jXOUH-Wlsconsln ... . . .10 62iJ10 00 &' 47 37 it, 0 M 40 73 7 05 thlsStatto cell VVOVDBKFUI.EIGUT." Bto seuh. Bin Paorrrs. Bio Bcsixkss. For tmrttcula clreular and temB Book, address AGIODLIVEiEill 4t,ude3r to Use, and Jsqt Kssaedy for Catarrh Cheapest. Is MEXICAir ' ' MUSTANG ep xnmuM: Rkemaati.im, CHICAGO. wlnter.i.-iS- 3 -T- the I ' M n K-- , .POKK-Mcsa- O.rn No. 2... ,Oats No. v I.l ...., .. w...-- 2-- .-.. ijrhlcairoSDrinc , !i 5- " & ,Hj ....-r- -. 75 LAHU aieaia.... ....- .f llA'LTfMORB. u EH . wo jj V. - wV X ' r- &011111-er- x7TnrrnFmllr....i 2. GRAIN Wheat No. Corn Jiieu ... .Mixed.....-PROVISIONS Lard-Hcnn- Oats ... . Mess IJWJM 3! Pork 47X , 50 31100 a 40 ..10 ,.. $m& u mm ''".tMSAS LMDS Sal B"a'utI-.'- : IptiuliVudtl'! a Sr-raln- Serra and Galtaa. SyrriB, Cracka, o Screw Scratches ) . - i. j fcdtt' 4 Grtham Si ScHclti . SiatfjMii'IlMC JUUHRal-Jilf- Wii,'eriy aii '''t' riit "rSr.l ed.. 7H 4X W'Be.t aolL well watered. Maps an,aiuphlet f nrnl.hedfree on ppuciion w VV. T. AJIWEX 1C5 WaahingtonbU. Chicago. EnMiastv( V' to S"55 JEffitfSl-tno- l IrkMraeM; '" rATTLE HOGS Wheat-No.2- First quality. 600 4?i 675 Fmt BltcarlO?i lb1f ' INDIANAPOLIS. red 73K J 'aHejrfcha4tlUaai.tadiiiiijifcilitrtfcal!ttr reWrilW la tasuly. niHilijM11Jii.1IMT THK BEST -- uuibi Corn mixed nota mlxeu Flour-ANo.1.- S an 1 $0 mxim ilt to rT' Tit"rn' ' T LOUIS VILLK. 2 red 1 -..--. GIIAIN-Whcat-- No. Corn-mi- xed a FROM RECMATIYE ART DESMNSi Keir ihod of dccoratlm SlUta, 6atlni, Vmm. from riaanei.B,pha4ea.o. jaa boi ont Md fcTBrtcfrU LINIMENTS a ir dCv;1 .- v ri Oats mixed' -.- ......PORK mess VARD StaTa iteam,,, t Smm 4 Lvha i Z42& J& a -- a r?r rmi 4a"33g LL-- i L-- m&u'Eri'w'Tass.'rs.-:TH'-S- ff ; "" y r B i i.i inftfci tk ,fi,hc gcgcngaat.fcuusjsJiiJaMJa iiiih'ihii irmmiu W.U. 1'LlJilIKK. lMI,DI)l'liI.lI TBS HTCKM&H COUE'EE. - 1M0CRATIC TMIT, i 1 f. 'fu. :r K is .a iiu oucrjtury 'tuft iii.iut; iwu biiu- M.vYsni.i.E, Julytf.K1'" GJity 3J1 lectio uaction on the part otMs ' oious ,...,.,.,,, ...... f ii: cessivo (Jjctuaiuls for the uncoudi- ......tFrsi - a stronir likelihood . now that tlie , of ..... i . iiiiiiia. riiii.il- Uwx x .iiiaii. .w.s.r-r itiDiiuuonai Surrender 01 rutting, nui State uf Kentucky is iuu,uuu 10 .ers and freebooters of the levi. s1"Ji lion tuilmi- h i'n.:i(.nn of:i kill- - , o.iM.n poll city J V doe. CASWELL BENNETT ...... 13f: the riTi. t u inithnritios rofusp. to o... . . ran miriicr ouiiin oiicii outbt ;"""";. ',. 101, release v" .. TI10 onus u, W,,H,, recently occurred m M.ilct, this of Livingston County Ilmges have been of constant ocVur- Con- Wtli iiis. w thrown upon On the ,5. Tor Superior Court Judge, years, and wlicrtfauv tjis section. J sress, and it is quite probable that Henry JStircika, or 'Dutch Heiir.v, il has been taken of llem soiiip peremptory and iiuoqiiivo- nrv mailshai.. rSultiae,,e VV:IS CJll,cd' w:is s,lot "n" JAMES H. BOWDEN 'oim-iillonlv the .i:..i...E.:.. killed at n point in our neiglihor- i.,' cal action will bo taken in this im- i.nc t,i;m,, of Tixl.1 County. . m t. 103 portaut matter, in tne opinion 01 'isrKer, correspon tient'C-- protracted liHtilll. " i..iKiti' ' i.'Anr.prMii 'i ".", . k V 1. . t the State "Department Cutting is ill in nufti itiiirt : the events umier tis(Mision Wfcre ""'"v.. ...,i ::g illegally am ....-...1 tt iiniirii ...,:...:(1 lik fttitiihi i..i.YrTiiiii'i'ii A Svxv i '(dilii'al Ornnixtt forgotten lit, tlin niiKi;.. detained and this govern- ,"""', ' lilllliur un'K:-... ,....r.,... -f .. Vftll vote .... ilt At tlin tlinn! ccst ..r niicnt should endeavor to protect IU lion. V"n V " "".'" --,.' iC "" thonties nf the .MoxraiiAliifraftfi'"15.1j - t ""V!r v.k b o wiinii us own citizens irom tne uniaw- 01 tne kiiiiuu nuiwwi C2rktit f iiktA ,.r,.....:.i umiiuv " tirm rofmnre lit t. canine Iir1il iiije , 10!to be worth from WUW to in kaiisits iiictlv or!Uiixi'il under their Coiinty .ti.lect.ion- - (There is more music in the air to- ........ ..V 'IM,,. vri,n..e- - ftiMtrftvoP,.,..A..fa,.i...,.lLx"iWMI. Later cstimntes, howevci ti.n h!I the way night than has ever been evinced "or" aiior,J,,ac0.1,I5, nnnlth Wliei-1.- : couivr APrKALS. At the start the orpmi- - band of ,0W. in this Cutting embroglio. t l'JR Co J well linnet.,. scjiiinn did nothing to attract pub- - gains the aseendenry, and the fla'i ,'." lo.rt no cliildrfii. h! timr-lie atti'iiiiou. l.iu it appears that ofyie I mteit iS tales afl'or AnnttfUl Iaiis!Uer. court. 11 nas neen sieanuv imnwuir ana , nroiecuou 10 American ei: yoifs:.i""c with Dutch !rryB bavint:- ' l.I.",7 ". r.J Mi.,in.lih.r ....til T: ;.,nir.,...,. - '!., rl.r. ..,w.r !?.,c.,,f.c n... . i..l Di'lMl entirety ironies m who sense j. ii. i5oUen l,Cn ,,aS ' u.f1l,,e effect ofn protest from les felt ton greater or i board and her lover leue over far a. known toutside of Arkanasl in fowa, can consul was to hasten hisVle.S ther, so side ot the boat as she rose to Ue c:,me t0 l IIS ?loUe Kansas, Illinois, Missouri. Ala' (liven up to his Mexican ene. "lami sail : urtenbu.g.; yc"teen tro.u by the folly, or thecrime, of aTe ban,,, Texas and Louisiana.' tWMuSwl!A1.rlI., ATOlulBv. i ho lia Cuvehio jotu hand. The W!icol-- its members are as justice of the peace, denied i4 11 '"'swa. ml . ...701 ' as WW' Vheeiers-- is a polit.ie-.i-, rtrganiza- - a.uination and hnried into Me. t!ves IH 4 ,0 h cm,II,lR"i ll0t,,",B iCmwIkC , .., she sank for the . , ever been Thom: tion, m! not of as inav can territory, ho was shot 1" view of the probability that fis cwslnml out HwiJricUs, be seen Uyii syuopnisof its plat- - anv interference by this goveA ' llM lii.iu im "..11..H ...w,I. IK .....l.,.l l' ill U IIV . . - r T'lll V .,. ..... ,......- V "Ht"l I'HtlH :lU CllllCieil. Mrf- I i . , .. j .Yi . v. . ,.. . vrrv'i; Jn tlWace of the immense fem- r.r ikeroHrese.tieat to !!:Sirniiprtv wouh,.;"hl t 'ifrrvnrr?Hyr i. ' u"" '""n eiKS,3.nuAanfMiiUf, n mn .iiiiuin;iiii cui.eusriirfcAiT'.--J- ' iuuicVlus, mcjl Qt'e shot every ilson, :. tiou grrrffffrarection "of " pveek fJT s,eeUingthe love of other .David ,r ii,., ;,uic actual stateH Iimy ; mei s Kivos. Here is sometumg ... ne?nt.'ate f.tpliirt bodyJ banker ot Menuugsburg, his agent 3 XavIor ttUr.It ifthtH the TunxM at Hie hea. .... . . , llobertSOU C0Unt., to t.lke j;K UnsKv. ... 5'.j lot tho nureau of matiimony to ,, i ue ui .u iiu for " iieeiieu aioug . ' at n atJh:1..Mi trfiiii Courier-Journawith ... 18! iu.'estignte. .;ji. ... .. i.nr.1.... .c .. i.n. r i. -charge of the01 property, I0I1, US. a. w OicVio. ... 01 tllO .Slime nil(IUtn, lunlitfr ue of corporate interest? in ae- - this casi' of UjlSlires the whole l lln I'.iir. fhev have qunlilied as .iirinR lwioiiweiiactmcnts anI it wanp? power of the government should attorney, o 2fuyIor'f luajorily, ... ,,... Cm- m.iril TilrtMCOllf . 'IM...i-rofj llli;il IIV IV... IIIW1 u . ..ija... 1?l!on. l"K?ui l" be used to securo the punishment such before the County .ludge jiasM.'!!. anil opinion to isMiuds than the ringing blows of COrVTV ATTORKY. f his iniinlerers, ami the action ilobertsou. Lack ihtfM.. lau.s. uiuUl.v mnK.ratioiM 7S1 'awoodsmau's axe when sotne one c. i.lurrcii.... ......... ....... fn..n e"n.rri,!in. t,..t tnken should be so nromnt and . ..... . . ....v. Aiiotlicr ISIooily I'icnir. COO ese is wielding the axe. Soiner- H. Walker, ii wens Ctci pt tlioc niimi:t:iVabiy er.imtl decisive as to force the guerrilla ' vile Journal. in cli art oxs. . It spykK tariti" rcriMoii. l.ut government across the I.io CJrande rrim liiir..!, ..nltr-Murrcll'd mnjoriiy,.,'. ratner cne Kamlall iIirii on the Moni- - to keen their oontomnt for the .Saturday afternoon last at a pic-- , A I'riiliiltiliuii I'liruso. fon plan. It tleiuimlH that the great'jt intent Veal's store, twelve miles UIKKIFI-'country in ihe worli! United States within bounds. The phrase, "It's along time be- ,1 415 south of Mnyfield. a diflieulty . A. Shuck,. aiul rcpiiiliato ii.i nattirat not on Wheeler arose between tveeu eggs in me inotuii oi uiu :mp it demand that hundreds Yankee Whisky .Shells. lone side and KdAlvin Marion C'rit- e.iiiviv-iaeouKTY ci.:kk. Khode Islander has a i'f million? of dollar unall not Ik: loetrtl and 'i'1- np in tinXo sooner have the estimable .tendon on the other, in which W. V. Tiylor,. idle in titm-- like niTifnuud and solemn utcauiiiir. tlir"e.M 'and exemplary people of Khode Wheeler was fatallv cut b. the Uiicago Times. . fciioot.aupKttisTja-ur.NTIt is tsaid that old jjoliticians in Island resolved not to drink any two f'rittendens.' Wheeler had o, H. Saundor,... flic Stat? usUMd are ularmed at more alcoholic beverages than been lately arrested for selling Tub trouble in Moxico is begin71W IS. Ivingimu,.. , ning to look serious, and the comataIy growth of the new they set about annulling the reso-.,- nor without lieense.and the Crit- party. Tfe W heelers count upon Iutton, while claiming at tho hands tondens were the principal wit- -' Siiumlen' majority,. .................. o7 plications may seriously strain the jf hav nci?ses against him. Uut ot tins, relations between Mexico and the the help of tlr Knights of Labor of the world all tho merit .TAir.rn. iu Mimwnri nnil Texas, and of the tng adopted it. As soon as tho the ditlieulty came. United Statos. 771 anil Democrats in Kan- - prohibitorv amendment went into men (too Cji jKiutor. Knixhta After the cutting the two Ti'K Senate has refused to con effect they began drinking were put under arrest, and a j oung i i tt v'or firm the nomination of Herbert .2i'5 W.iUaci- over Cttrpi'iitcr,.... beer," a very mild and man named .Melton started with the effect upon the NovemtH l.eceher. Ilev. II. W. Beeoher's bland sort of slot), which, it was one of them to the store. At tho ber eieellons. AS515SOK. son, to he Collector at Port Town-senMl.ll.,1, . !., ..., e.lMltllOfl fntltMlllfMI llfl MllTlllol. Illlt ,1w... w ' -- "I r,73 ' "1 """ "vil lilt III. ill imun".'i .'ivimii j. . CoOOPr W. T. l ."71 St:: hi "!'!ro. which gradually wa.ed in strength down, and vaulting ou a horse, at-- : jlt,; Tidwe!! " st:iu uy ......... lid it came to possess all the temnted to mako his escane. Dut ' i v. vt '"'" . 1.. I'.- .- I... ' US 'Miod ' ot" nod Tk Ireland were onlv let :is roml at Mftimn nni..n,- - ri.,...;i...l i,ic rot i 5 i!,.,..i..mnt. Utaokma, - J3 out of die Union for a month or Iwwt'as csih bo mailo in Khoile Is- I". Hi rAi!li,M,.?.?qvv.fe" scnt a well directed bullet1 !j' so a settlement with Mexico would Salmon. l!imL 1;,,t heer does not satisfy through his which knocked y, M; Core in ,i in piiif.ifMi :,. iiie Kasures niuiiier. iio. tiie itiiiiOc i.m.'im itrs. :imi !,,. nm .11 i.i. 1. neck, ...... iniix.t ii,.. ... ....li.i. ou o- .'. 1..0 ..u.., ,.ni ........... i "coopor over ..... in ,.?; - v..t. oi iinweu Ireland s MJinteu telegrjitn 10 sec- - have 7begun to import ' a peculiar ' (Jritten-- I the Governor says. futai wound. The other . the neighbor.1,,, then ami ., l; kindof ggf." from States these rn&lm.l broke from his guardlon.r; A. C llolmti." , ,. .... I'. ... ,. t , . x ,. ' .it Alf.ltm. uirli n Toailwliom II illay 'oiirr rn sem.menr mat ;:uui" l c ,r.ne. 0lvts beinir chrno not ceh.in shells. l,,.i. 55 Y. McConnell. u.o candwlate,) :i, t... . - t ..... ........ u,ui nr,rr.. wft ..w .... I..I .vl.ii. ;.. lir;i CUV lUlllll ed peoj in tit nvw I... with a voyd sotiarn dnnk ot wins- - od bv a bullet, which ended II1S fM lIOYH wife, that mj tint wiongs and liitai .eeii County Vote by Precincts. V i:.side. The .'were eon-- ! having" lett my bed anil board, heapi d on American citizenship detect the trick, authorities williifn Tin. but dangerous that I Til! no longerbc responst- hickmn ly the bonier Moieau States. not before Yankee of coarse, shall- Adored verv is generally men, and. applaud-ingenuity Melton's act ' bio for any debt she may contract. Iiititiiliated bv the lailure nave itcni.ftt. 4l; P.ow.Kn. 110; itan.Ite, iu' u. .., ...... .t ..T ,ih inuugiii, "e nersons ..r id,. i:m-..Cmisini .'7: '"". ,i,;,.. :i'd otlcviseutha end-- one dcvicci uu. Wheeler was morning. to The; Mendriek., i.I2i t...d. . M7;Tiiomav '"' am :U oreilttit- i- Iterare wanieuon to d.xing yesterday or. on my acton under formi-- ndminisrranoiTs k mi culms .'" ''-'- . count. Th s Ju v "(5.' J.SSU. t.,....i.f.i.iii...i.....nrnri...;litntfl otlwr, sunl iv ..n.iiioiiow him wiioic troutiie grew oai oi inu u- - ju-y,.'"'. ' v,lEor-- . '"...V-i--- . tlie ISIiIp Islnmlcrs licitsulcof wliiskv which is tioiiiirl Jr':I, 1 i:.riVi:"r,::. " im. ":.;":.. li. fi.nvs. mUier V;Xf:L - will drink more spinKthan they throughout the different conn-- ' ; , nr , l ? did before. And ;T it eo.ne. . "' "' H kS: fc, ann ' V. . ' . .. - v. . ll: cm.oi ui..a, i ..I chas. in. ...... .K.C....' ,. MM r.cc rr ...:':u.':"" . iJW nonEUT iou.i.s. -railroads and cut into bv frequent A lif.u-- nvnncn fnv r Nothing short of an impem'ive ITtToS bays, so thai ii will be a . simple' :.j i...r- i...... :.....,...i ... - I!i . ilem.iiid for the murderers of - ''17. .. iiiii:i Grocery and Bakery, in' nil iiiii'i urn ill. i..i.. , Cwttlaml. Wr. ." ... ;iiid For mdeumity can vin- Hung to run excursion (tnilKlllgl .. ",u .." . .r : Uoii-'-- " "''i l'"aBUM . French. "0;;; Navlor. t; Dickinson, 3; Fer dicate the honor of this Govern- trains to Massachusetts and (At the Montgomery Stand.) necticitt and excursion te imers very ample Sll.ire or ttltS WOrtUS i T,.n, . Easier. 7; Murrell l'.VS; Walker ment oruppi.ise the just indigua-lio; gOOdS, had purlOlllCd III tUO CUtirse jJ7;Talor.:?4'J; Shuck. :;20;Saun!erv Will keen a general assortment of I'am- to tho sea atid back. . nf aroused, by his murder. It c ICinrr.ian. Jlr Wnllxec., 1.5:, (TarPentrr. . .. urocericy, r . .. fnw mmittic iiv Ipse :ri'ii mv.. - . J W1 II '. ill VOim uouieciioiirien, c, anu is nor an ucenrion for luiig cnty-nv' .j 'V.v : "u'Y.v baker. Good-beautituiiy p.emoroKieicd f .' . keen cniiitovetl a . 1. ...:...? ": .. negotiations but for a decit. t.:. Whisky Politics. ii be under-... ,..... ....u liiuiesiiaiiiiKcicuieis. iiu was . i'ie. u: itiacKinati. i: cnnumi.l,.,:,n,, frwh and uerr, and nil! notjuneJj fi0,t1. ded dem.iiir.lr.ttii.il of the inclinally discovered wuon parRUing .... '.The truth mav be tantali.inirlv nation and ability of the United slow in coming out. sometimes,, tho same occupation li liter deuj lopckton rarnscT. States to protect its citizens. L. 'but it conies out at last. It is. Ltadeu on the Emperor's last birth-- , I'cnnoit, Ij7; Uowden, R A N D L E. Handle, lt7' C. only a short time since tho ltc- - day fete. Together with ii mini- - (r.sland. !, Thouiai. 1; Hendricfca, lUl ATTORNEY Ar LAW The IVe.McJon! an a Iartv publicans could not remind the her of other gentlemen of the 1'rench. 17..; Naylor, 117; K.ntcy, 45; Uick- - Collector, Real Estate Agent country ofteu enough that they same ofcSSiOll" he appeared the '"'". ; IVrrell. 20; Murivll, iS; Walker, 17S!'!!C' V1' HICKMAN, KY. Some of ihe Republican mem- wero the special chain mons of; other ds iv before tho magistrate.: dei. 'u; Kinctuaii, C; n allac, 21; tar- ten temperance and sobriety a soda-- t who sentenced him to .' days". ,,7,..., Tajir,a Coper, si; Tid-- , f5 Will attend promptly to allbusl bers of Cougies havo sought to r oo. mark- - ne3s entrusted lum m Southwcateri nart v. so to imprisonment. water and And here J)r.,.n v. i!n,..i' ndieiile. the Democratic Speak: and the Democrats were a Friedman's (thclawver's;art Steps mail, Hi; Sa'mon, l;(iore, I; Holmes, lot;j Kentucij and Norlhweatcru Tennehaee for their readiness to McCoam-ii. Spcmiattcntjongivcntothcinvestiga Eiial.iiu the I'tesidontin Jiis vetoes whisky partv. Uut hero wc haveji", for,'. whilo admitting that hisl i purchaac - client was not suftcring from the. one faction of licpnblicuns find'.i'.fn.,ip,i.iii. .. .. of pension bills. Wc do not woni j .u .. , .. .11. 1,1... cial: u. .w. -, ailment known as inline' i, io; iMinctii, ,1.1. u.iui, itc,i ing tt necessary, by way ot der that the Jiepuldicaus dislike 114: Tlioma-- . 2:; Hendricks, 61;' thif uiaiiifestation, for it is a sign. tiuction, to take on themselves, kleptomania, he urged that the French, 17H, Naylcr. KUj K.ley, lb: Pick-- ! llepub-jolgentleman was subject to a 10 some extent at least, of the de- the. name of ' i: Murrell, tO; Walker, 3; I'ern-Jl- , licaus." The antithesis requires j morbid stato of mind, which am; velopment of a talent for politi7. Tavlor, 100; Shuck, 166; A VXjU Y AT U A VV fellows to be "Saloon jpelled him, whenever he saw a Kingman, 21; Wallaee. 102; Carpenter. 41; cal leadership on tho part of Mr. Jan. Tavlor, 12; Coojkt, :jl;TidwelI, 41;' Ilepublicaus ;" and not only is beautiful woman, to try and - - AT. MAY FIELD, Cle eland. That the represent taiu as a souvenir some object Iinndurant. 20: I'ate.CG; Salmon 0; Gore l&, borne out by facts, but the men of his party should corIn Active I'rncticcSiiicuMiirrli, 1S77. Iloliuc.i, 150. dially follow and support him in additional fact is slowlv comiughvhich had belonged to her. The Jordan rrtKciscr. WILL practice in all the counties of ihe . ... oc. any important line rf policy, is a out that in a majority of the or-- i old pickpocket was acquitted, but e 1'imt Judicial District, aud in the I'dSZ, most auspicious eent for tho I)e- - then, States the Saloon Jtepubli-- i whether the high court was moved Cr!Sd '5 Courts of Kentucky. dog cans are to the antis as the ., - is to compassion with the prisoners i?ri...i. s.v vavinr; 7. Kaiv. 17:.. rerrcii. ecptlS-l- y Iliiii'.r:i(-v- . .. . . . i. .1 l 1 to the tail. A nil. auoincr iniug:iiuiago 10 ucauiy, or wueiuor ine, i; uictviason, w; Murreii, u, aKcr, ... j; " tm ' It 1i:lk bne.it covered that there! ''beautiful women' wero touched w. P. Taylor, o:j; shuck, ui; SaunderB, 51; JCBi'RivsRcayjvi: Stone, a one- - .,ro twice as many saloons in theiby it and domanded his release, Kingman, ii, Wallace, r.O; UBrinter, FRITZ SCpOEDER, l ' egged from Kn- - Kepublican State of Illinois as in! the chronicle does not say. n' " J l1,0 tucicy, is expected to make a mo- - the H1"1 RttA nf Mt,.ri FASHIOXARLK (lore 00, Holmes SI tion m the Uouse to.Uay to take r.mi twice as much liquor con-- ! Orovcr' I5al Hieak. rarciscr. M 1 1 1 1 uiaudiuiauil! increasiug the sttmed in the J P(15t , Ikjunclt 02, Uowden 2, Handle 02, CropiMnmotui ot Union soldiers who state of Maine as in JJomo-- i ail here for a mo- - land 48, Thomas 12, Ilcndrickij 2, French SHOP. North Vt corner of Mror 6CmCe- - c 1, Dickinaoa 8, 01, Navlor 37, Eastcv South Carolina. jmeiple'ase?"61 Tror Avenues. 1'ii.it SSSJSa1 rcrrcll'l, Miirrelt 23, "Walker 3, W. p. and "Satisfaction guaranteed.Hickman, Ky., m' 'm ''Yes, dear; what is it F 61, Saunders It fofftJiOft obbj pjctire to iuoeh t. r.ugu. Gro'yei did you write that let- - TrtylorOl. Shuck 18, Carpenter 9,15, TayApril. Jaa. 47, Wallace In our State the people are 1 lilwml and crippled r Albany the one right hero, lor SI, Cooper 60, Tidwell 1. I'alc 1, to more railroads, but in tliemv finger is on !" 00, Hondurant 00, Saljuon, Gore 00, FOR SALE. frimrfe ooklier roakipc; the Wentoni and Sortli wevteni States pretty llolmca 61. ! Ye8, darling; tion to lRoreie t!u pensiona of 200,000 feet, dry Cypress KiiiMing MtDKID ISRKI). , tJ. . . tho railroads arc calling for more well turned, flout you think so" Also, 100,000 1?mJ Ue people. They think that went of Crosi and tViiciiii. Lumber. I!ennett21, Uowden 21, Itaud.o 21, xcOTM4piMf0MMi.wiMin they printed it just & DREWRY who lost a leg or arm. Is Chicago roads have been built a actly as you wrote it, Grovcr? laud 11, Thoma, 7. Hendrick.2, Kreuel. 21, NaylorOO, Dickinson IP., FerreH 00, :iu .. . . .. If. fjifstor tli'ili is iifnfit.it. In PfirnfnlK- - 'J ... .. 21 .v... it . Walker 1, ,..v. levS. r.w.v,. I..ct lnnl.'yes.iivnv ..... ....,, thought Shuck Murrell 20. 2, KingmanTavlorWal- - ni.irll ' " h noi nine tor some one in tno bit "Why, 19, 21, Saunders dearest 1 jje Wheeling Register. Northern States to "waive i it WOllld ple.ISC :CU1 yes, t hat's ' h" 1,s Carpenter 00. Taylor 3, Cooper S, H-A- . bloody shirt." T. TYLEPv Jan, Clilfii; just as I wrote it, lovo whyl" i; "to 12, i.iactman, 1. ANU CON'ST.lur.t. MAfllSTKATZS As long as women can bo found " ell, (irover, it remarks Mttrtr'M oiU. U. Alexander and K. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, taking such interest in bloody-- ; present surroundings and in all IHlgeton--l'i m frittrnHi Constable, Thus Uillew. minded monsters as the Chicago that the futuro may have in store, A bill nnthorizlng the Ohio Val-le- Anarchists, as that city Ciyce T. F. MenceK and F. H. Atteber-ry- . KENTUCKY now pre- - I must revert to the time L lived HICKMAN', - Constable, G. W. Menoc?. Kail way Co., to construct seuts, there is littlo hopo of stop-- , hi Albanv as the happiest period bridges across the Tennessee aud ping tho Anarchist breed. The. 0f my life.' Js that as you wrote IIicUman.-- J W. Mayes anil (J. S. Coustable, U. F. Spooner. attend to all busincis entrusted Cumberland rivers, has pa3seil ancient Persians, however, would' Bend U. C HurJ and J as. W. WILL their care. it?" Congress and received the Presi- nave toiinu a way. j&au Antonio J. It. Adams, Office Furniture Factory. JlCcrtlainly; that is didn't thev! Uamiuon. Constable,McUehee s 1 dent's signature. Tho and express. hang 'em! they left' twUo"; luo. 11 ". J. Wintead. J. S. nov8.'7S on? nut it ,. r . . w, Washington corrcspon-'. OU l nilucu ... 0 j SaN,afrM..j. J. Jones and Jas. Uu3harU s7, 1 ..ueari " '" ' ' f l,,ftl SIX 'Or seven Weeks.'" dent savs: The bilf is a big thing' j Constable, Jas. Uraddiaw. .last A.. A.. . for the railroad and Western Keu-- i su re von xhc e a oik jriumiuucgb inu ..... IT .re vOu T Ti 4..... PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, uino .uiei liopublicjins from oflice as II KENTUCKY HICKMAN, La road bridge hill so cxpe.li ions- - n they remain faithful. The loug;well. 1 w forgive you, then." . u,e sin,, Tri- ,. his Professional Services to xreBi.m rk i. tnrougiMiiic oouatcaiid Jlouse' jjtine seems to have suddenlv be- j iNiami unnrnuiiiir. improve riici- - i.pi.rtmiiiii's. OFFERS of Hickman aud vicinity. of liepteseutatives. come a pronounced mugwump. j They don't ha.ve manv social' 2fuw Cklkans, La., Aug. y. janlG-'8- 0 T11V entertainments in Denver, but' Information was received r,ociiiinul of Mexico jjllndiamipolis Sentinel. is. .. ElFrHE'SjSALOON, wueIl lhev do havo one everybody that the Xorweg.an bark Agnes $ composed ot a numberof separate in i:iepiiaHt. .,Hi.iui it. Fifteen thousand neo-- Campbell, which arnved at the . oiiii nibtuiei air.ucjiicij which nev- Tin olftiilnint nmrkftt. in nVnr ,.io t..,.o.t not tnKeoaneyrohaiiLr.' Ship Island quarantine station A I'LEANAXT KESOIIT. uight from Aapiuwall, er allow an opportunity of insult- - stocked, according to tho' latest ed there last CI- HMil OU IU piBiU UU ouito nur FRESH BEER constantly on tap. . ing the Tnited Stales to pass tin- - reports from New York. It seems News. . tl L.i katiii arrival at the ibitiDu jsix men out Jjarrtand ToUacoo, 01 me dobi improved. The United States' tl,Ht areat "'any people :liavo elr Tin: tide of iaunigriktiAU to this ofacrewjQf.lw.0ive of yellow fe Patrooaee lOllCllta. lf ephauts hands, are OT nag inspires no more respect on ,,,UuI to oucttheir 0f them and auv country continue iu crow died on the OMMleM ver. Twotf to rill nt arrival aud were me Mexican uonicr uian a uisJi- - , tiriifr$sii win iii It J.t j VrtU'c Hood, although tlttr $ Uffn a eTeuuig-oCJM- r B1rf. 9JV Friday on Skip Iiland. VANDBiHT iJXjrTOTY, notable falling off? mwdfHMt Luried cfout. ! Atxl Sins nil Itir. Timi'. Tlio One other fcaa been taken sick within tho past few t immigrants who reach since the vessel arrived and there Perm artn.lf: J.T; .r V re,'..'I'JWff "S . Women are somotimes IJ1I'II UUHIl'V of rllve.patriptismiiuglv MA?S t !. Ef T.a - crnfrt - WJ-.'-ii.ii b ." t" itiiiiin mr furoteb Who can doubt the imiktaunted with the fact that ed this country in the year ending are now four cases ou ooaru, ieav-. ' Oct lft.W. .. MicTwVni'ffntlltrr ...x-Satrtf of Congre.'jR staying along: in onlv female mosuuitoes com into f June 30th was ;touoi. jjii.,uiv, ing "mj i't. ; InAcadcm r, EnpisMricc. rhr Washington in the dug. days f our homes and bite us: rGood I against about 3Go,00i for tho prc- - on duty, ine iniecieu vubbci i -'. frr. rtnlcufr ;?iucitienIS.TfbnPlr-VII.WA51S. btmWT. to undergoing strict quarantine. Gaivosiou 2vews. m iw,jj- - iu j.w- -. Housekeeping. vioiifi juhi. uim -- ntnnlmaiypa " U. S. Bayomts Wantid.y The kidnapping and i;ilfinl?0f Francisco Keassures,uu AnTpneanl citizen, by Mexicau police follows! the imprisonment of ('utiinjjjaiiir t.li kuxtihct l rxtJK. ne J!;in. ! TEE EU5CT10NJS. REJOICE WITH THE VICTORS, , . I Z3t ''V''5"'0' " tor aiui'tli-ict- to t iM"lls iifr.Pitv '- tVuKL-- JL the correspondence d dispatches with the Mexican And Sorrow With tllS Defeated. government m tne (jutting case. i rPl. .. to-da- y C;iitia:y; Cast. NAf?UlNGTO", Aug. 3.Seere- Uiiiioiuuivu m vim "'.' gresa 'iini'u i 1.. i ..- NEW GOODS! LA.TEST PLUHMER & DOUGLAS, AUK NOW HEADY FO Ai-t- s 2 -- a i-- For Appellate JiiJgp! - .;.. - - - . v .4 . - SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS of Country I'nxhitv tliat m:y bo odcrcd for Iiijimtutor stor:igfecial aitentiod " c, j 2U3 1 1 - - .'- - 111 --- case wheat" "apples, for rrnl. irMii-ofo- r co-niza- uco -- ; . &c. Vlieat Sacks Kept ou hand Depot U v 1 !,,. - iii-i- i v 1 . . Jilir-iW. - MI "....' 1 11 1111 . 11:1 - ....,, u..... Tl.-kr- STYLES JjST USrOnicc at New Warcliougf. B. P'd .e .tin.-cit-y . - " r 1 1 - . 1 a w iiri-iin- i 1 III Will Stsii leeii DRESS GINGHAMS, LAWNS, PRIKTHD HOW Ju-- LOST, HOW RESTORED! n -- j cut-tliroat- .s a 'lr-Wfi- r pablWi"!, n- - wtitl.-- - f o CVIoltruHMl KiHJ- in th of SrruMTnitKii"i- - cr miiiAt WraLnui, lu.ul-untar- y t lr. de i- S' c0"-ntr- y ccr - "" . IWHID MICH ORGANDIES l'b.il rtc. , Vtio I th!lc AND PLAIN PIQUA. h MrtIK'i -, C.ri,Mrii, luriti.rt I naJ Kit.- -, dr. eu j! n tnvi.-ticjr rlMn.!nV,ine T)i rrirLrnlwl untlior. in tliit mlmiMM" tlemuii-iralfruin .. Ourtj joor- - inc.-r-- j oIiilj fill itmciIc. tliit fit.- - nlsrnniit; tonfjiiiicr of mitjr U iR'lic.ilty tHrl i jH.iiiUlii: viit t iikIo r of enn i " fiinpl, .rtin, ntnl rfWtuit, ItlJ toU-i-mi tnnltrr lit vt !ik1i lMijicillmt-nl- i r mltml I.tn-- i. lMrT.ri, SUbII m.4 ., nl r. cunijlliirn la Mid ut-itn- U-- . one-idea- t,has - T - -- fc -- 7 1 ..-- -' I1LM Ill-H- ...i-irt- fA ,".,., l. . 'ii-i.:,- : oul,iWU'"w 1....,. -. r... !- "l1; "' mcttafiTfini'V""1 -- , 1llNrY if "We have a large variety of white Dress Goods, Laces ami Embroideries, Linen Collars, Lace Collars, Silk Mils, Ikst lin; of Ladies' and Misses' Hose, Corsets, Ac. We have a tine assortment of Ladies', Chililrcnnnil Men's custom-mad- e l)llr hw Shoes and Slipper.-J-, which we guarantee to givc'satislaction. or Juni-lly m tlir ofe.iry TT1.1 should ji.utli uii'l rttri na.li iu tli Ind. ! Smi under 'al, m i. t jdain en.loji, t. n n rwt-ij'of four ciiiK r ilrr--., lXHitllf tMllJ"'. AilJrr... Til i: Wt. TKRWUX XCBII'AI. CO.. 41 Ann SI.. ew York. N. V.; P.t Utile. Koi, Lw-turt- wh'-'Ut- . trj nr.j r. cum I Iiim-r- lf !"-Milr- lv Imn.U tu li. JjtHUBBARD. M,fii. l .crviceii to inu peo llickuiaii and vicinity. ple Ie3r( riice at the rciidt;nce of Dr. U. If. Hubbard prore.-sionn- If Cu."toin-niad- !...,-..- Collars. Fre.-d-i e Tie.-- , I land kerehiells, Clothing, late.--t and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, Ae. I'li-ii-li- i I . - V Family Groceries, and sold as low as any house. Doors, Sash, lllinds, Paints and Oil-- verv low. mnrlO -- if i j. a.m:uicrg;s soists. - SALE AND LIVERY STABLE l , f I ilvfr-proilucin- c . : .'t.-pi-- x; l FAIIIE'E -- Fams & Pakkek, KENTUCKY STREET, - xox- constantly on baud for hir KEEPS aale HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Hating purchased the alahle. horse and entire outfit of W. D. I'lumine r we propose to continue solicit patronage thw a li-ft- io C. B. KINGMAN, D business, miii E A I. K 11 I A' IS-- t tem-pcrauc- o Hardware, Tinware, W. DTESTELBRINK H" . - d, n, Family Groceries. andome and ep, at the corner of Tror and Moscow Avenue. East Hickoir-'i- , hy space NOtrouble to name all nrticlea, to bLoit poods, but no farm SOA- - nnuim &c. Old Staid ) - (Clint'.u Hlnet, Criuan i- - Co' l.-'.-'- j I L ...".. . T . hs-re- ...i l EK r ..... .! HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, , coc.nty-.-crvgtou- I -- -- ,... .,":. , , .,, t- - - KY. - . B.OOFI1TG, Ac. 1 have secured, (lernianeiitljr, one of the finet workmen roofing and tinning a fjieciaUy. .Mono I will not be nnderiold, even in larger cities. O.C.YI2 inkc DE.ILf.B l." ajcis Marui.e in tlie State, and will ! i Italian ash MONUMENTS, Amkiucan STONES. 1 nvu.. . o.V,--- TOMB AND GRAVE . i J,";' - '..rt?Jfa-sttre- : -- l- iimitTarjrii-iTA..-..- .r ....-..-..- .-. - ; i.AtL-rtt.j.L- -. .s - - iii-i-- ii ,..., I 'Vi"'"'''!. .' -it. rnrt-iN-u-r- '"' a-:i- inat . . Xw-,r,- ?KfiJ ! jyvu. oendrjNew W c- i)i-ui.- .. - . . i 71 zi ,l flWf B, v - T JLj II . II TfQlP-T-r IPlI .. .. II . . ? i i v ia V v S .'. mu T V? Q U , Oi zssy sj . -- 1 ' JiS . - (Corner of .Tackaon anil Kentucky Streets,) ij F. E. CASE, ' INo received fine lot ITT Aiican and llaliau aMarble, pured to fill 11 - or Ame 1 ur wort. all orders. Call arntxa Mil pr Orders from the.ico.un.LrjarpmR?v., I : ir..Lr.R n 15-1- i i W .i IJ 9 .. 1 - - - a V" .. . 1 i niOKMAN, JUST i is - - KENTUCKY, Fiiie, stvlMi KKiS for hire. I Family AMI Groceries; .IM). diplo-m.i'i- '' e I 1 i - i ): ..'... -. U 1 1 " I GrBt-c!a9- -i -.- . I OfBXEFl, with'ntw STOCK, out and out. rcaxouable. I'litrioi-- ce rtolieited. I 1- -'; octr,(j-lS- W. G. KINGMAN. 83 XeU, Seine- -, I.inc, Hunk;., ainl nll!kiiif. .. r i.:.i.:.... it ,i. i tailing a..k.i ..in.i : ;ii 3 iinr gain, v.roeerien aui rauuiy Miijjlie gen erally. ri .eier. jN 15W w1,I'-,T.u-vlo- r' root-bee- Kepre-.seuMtive- fi .! d .. , ..- - . Cm-stan- d, ........ I.I.. 1 IHERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. MANUFACTURERSOF CARLISLE WD01 FIRM. & LTTUS , I -- r;o " li SHITE v n "Anti-Saloo- n 1, , r. a. PAiir com-thcflth- er Saun-Icw- , ob-th- is he , I xox All kindB of Farm Machinery, Plows, Implement!!, V.'aono, &c., repaired ou riltort notice and ivoikmaulike niRniirr. jSyXew Wajjsn.a, &r. made lo older. niiiro j " . - j. .1-1- " ..':.:' : ! W'io- Ajipel-lat- - - . v. . & Groceries. 25cts Lower than the Lowes Ti,.it " T:Jt i Hickman, Kentucky. j have no clerk expwnsss no store ren and pay cash for all my Groceries, and hcrefore can sell as cheap ih the cheap st. Best brands of Wittenberg aud Lon 1 Uu?-'t'?- t.ar Flour, 2o cents cheaper lhan the tov JOHN WITTING. , auti-saloo- n Iepubli-?wVuin,.10t- mZoT m J. W. COWG1LL, DEALEB XIsT rJOW TO SAVE IjONEY. 1 King-ma- n c-c- u- call-lte- Black-ma- n Bo-'H'f- fr ha-ha- it, V- ; ? -- - 'tjkat &R PATENT -- MEDICINES Tfc) -- We are Wliole.aU Headiiartcr.s tor al grades of CBSWm, SUOUft TOBACCO and GSAES aad wilt job to dealers oaly at Factory priees; alo the fintilSciteh aad Snniir fatA Snuff, AND the bent in the market. We also keep constantly on hand a choiee (.election AHraiul Sspports of Family Groceries, Confectioneries aiid Fruits, which wc will fell rery- low for the cash. Please call and see us. Trusses 9 - t W 1 XbliifrSJ7 FU4117A A DcBOW. A.3STXJ J. Hani-mou- d. I'r-i-- ?. Saddlery aijd Harness .i TOILET ARTICLES U'il-fo- u. MlIUHamr 1 O &C., ' 3l N PLUpER &C, &C. 10 o'clock & FARR1S, I Courier-.lournal'- - .. &c, r. si. &e., &c. Jaclaon St., opposite Courier Office - - - KY. HICKMAN, Saddles and WELL A Harness.selected work made to order. Prompt attention given to BG1'AIRIH of any kind. He has secured the services Now . 1 -- . 1 I -- ..- . I -- per-tcet-i- y DK. -- FAEIS ftarl're.criptionH fill. at any hour.day or night. Jling niglit bell after stock of - - I 1 11" a.ii ..,UL, to-da- y FURNITURE! FURNITURE, at greatly Md Medi prices. W carry full line at all times, of Chairs, Rockers, plain and marble s, Wardrobes, Chanter Sets, Mattrewes, Springs, &c ton Tables, Bureaus, prices to be the lowttU Iaiclhf eat tBTestigatioa pays, therefore and we guaranttt our we invite your iarcstigatioo of our goods. We are aeaUquartert on Wc are offrriBK all graded o! .Waah-stand- that well known and excellent workman, Uncle Bob Farrhu, which of itself W a guarautee of good and faithfulwork. apr21 of 1 Tuesdjiy.-lctgojTitar- sda.v Pli. Be J. F. GRAY. J. C. TARTLOW. t .... -- u.-- n. 14-- t k7 Irt ' . yrt. UNDERTAKERS GOODS, carrviiiE the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Burial Cases of any.fitm in Wet Tennessee or Kentucky. AVc discount all competition iu this line. Bcpalringaad Job Work a specialty. j. jr. GBfcaVsr (Corner And get tout Blacksmithing and geaeral Repairing done at cos., 17. Our Bt -- -- 5C tf Obion and Exchange StruU,) -m EICBiAN, Good Work at Rock-botto- Prices. 1 I I ori-y- . i - 7. - motto. $t " k.i " -- I - oi- -a tsirStore Rooms under City Hall. 8TEPHEXS A MAXVEM,. july'JJ ar.11ILL WORK marSG-t- f a fpectalty.-IJO UN F. GRAY & CO. "-n- . rt '. 'if- - . w..- 3-- - A.flL" fv il 1BI- T- -- v3i. rvwis . rr oesaaaa- -' .ii. . W , :HJ.- -- -' 1 lie. y w?, 1 1. - r-- X:i ,;Jfelu&M 'ill' ill MB '&?" rtfi"". VL, f'j t 4&&. y OiA"a-i.'W9- , Jh- t- IMUHIII llll f HI r gU3ajaMT--- J' - '- - -- . N..HWMMJI111 liiM'ir ' LOCAL NEWS. c- ' NEXT THURSDAY '.tho - f ' "i t "- T" 7 - '" ' in ' ' '"' J'" " " .. "'-"J---f- n"T . . -ii mniliur ' n SP' nn ili-''"''11- '"" ... " -- t l. nrjr fMr1l8'W--w,A-l,- g- TT f n a "T-1;- "1 a 1 ' fre 15- - TOR CONGRESS. We ate authorized ito announce Hon. h te"W.J. aTONB a ncciululutc for utioutoCoiigTc-Siilijfct to the action of 7? . the-- Democratic puriy. . GRAND T XV FRTRT1 who, ' nniiHiiirr mill o'clock, Monday 1, U'flP. mitmMif I i 0 W Mew TUo of nH2 never made the trip he- who had doh-ful- . .Remember the 12th. CiVen by tile Citizens Offore looked somewhat but the experienced ones nana ie- Hicfcman, The fruit of success ripeus pl..i!i), ; assuring; air of ronlidenctj slowly. in the law. jpj Q & imlicatifis "We'll eomc again." aMd MS fflB H The State Board bhall Bclect Congress adjourncilj proja- - Thursday, August 12, 188G to'lhat well Know it air ftoai tin 1 11 H g ' 'sutta-ts lists of 1 for 11 j blv vestcrday. bund the steamer feUttcd on U.-- VI 2 all the common schools ot the course. -- "It in the richeat men Who State, t'nui which lists the Count 1 S.- - It is said that Charlie Welcomes trau t the least. TOR PiTCHER S SuperiiiTci t'ents of the vaiious Kingman was seen on the streets is coitnti(,, sl.ail adopt the books to A million dollar will uot boy : Thursday evening. i rj-- i of Hickman nb in their respective coun be used a raj' of snughiue. ! lias obtained that MKHK! OMEAlX!! and the muior oveihotud. swam ties, which books shall not be fVl r55 X e he jumped 8 funnel J. Hides, tke greatest !T-iK changed oftener than once ever !r .C ; Tho RiticAns f HiV.tfMnn hum 'ashore, and made his way back on . lb of American titatesmeu, died in f If ' k .IB i r.mmt rj&zsz: w Provided, however live years. offloial ) united to give a grand free old .foot, determined to see the New York, Wednesday night. --that in any district where a list ot i fashioned barbecue at Tlirkman, ' count.' OUicrs hac tt that the, , b& Hon. Tiiosi .L. Jones is ill on Thursday, Aucust 12th, and craft "ab ."OM'd,b..aifdiovned, text books has been adopted and - V with softening of the bruin at) extend a cordial invitation to all ' soma diisabud, :fid Sviagm.iii anil is nowju'u.sc. no change in text1 , Newport Ky. shall be made in such dis Liniment is the inO'-- t ' books Centaur out,, our ncijihborfl and suiroundin' Perrell being ablu to i"wane .x. n . .. the 1! wonderful Pain-Cnrtrict in ajess time, than live .ear !.. ihhuc iui . fciiywi, Miss tannic Warren, after country to visit us on that da were uispaieiiuu l.. Avorld has ever known. some- from the time that Hat was adopthas re- - and partake of our ood cheer but that lerrell 'ot lost visiting mentis m With the be- -t selected, the greatest variety ot stock. J Ilkfcaimu. , ed, or until tho books are worn turned and hospitality, without price and where about Lajou de t'hieu We oil Jreai4i iolr jeefe.) out. Tiieir price.--, ale below any coni)etition. --On Saturday last, about nf.l without monei eveni as one good bridge, ntid has not yet come in. the law in forco for tho ;....,,. Under :..i.i lJut juit drop in and ee for your-tl- f, and yott will be cnvii'ctyf: i...... b iiim .it ..ii iiiucn cut Mollio Pennington, the Aleteeii couple, from near Cayce ,,...i liviyuuut ;ni.j CENTRAL ACADEMY. last two years the trusteos adopt., are giving you facts Ample bfima crirl. wlio it is claimed has , should greet each other .".JArLodgton, took in the town. ed the books. Uefofe ttof Those who have done themselves the inju.-li'arrangements are being made for paid a visit to heaon, an acouut Some districts havo made adop' tin mind. would do well to bear Mr. Charles Harness and the comfortable entertainment of of Tt)TIS3 ADELLE ALLEN", J'rincipal, re ing at otir.-toriicu was nuimsiicti in last tions, others havo not. VI Kiioctfullv announce that wife, of Henderson County, are all who may kindly xisit us. Xo trouble butu pleasure, for u to show and price yott our gbou - j.weeks Coukikr, is tin great uou-- j It seems best to settle this vex- Ur Fall es3io of this institution will Presi- - Ler 0f tUe countiv et. ami is Bitr buryiiin- - wLt ilcnartinont. Conic ni'I the guests of Mrs. Chas. Hubbard. Hon. A. W. Brock way, .i , , j, t ed (lUCRilrm by calling all tho commence OI -- BlneLicfc Mineral Water, canM16"1'. ..., -- . .rowiisnieibaui that lliousandsaultuotisanisi together j trustees yn tho county n. -- , ami. utuoi wu-- 0 people are visiiing nor. niic Institute ami She will have such competcni 4rtl, aheiirsfiVavot tho be fonntid at Lixdku.m's Ultra v ! . om..,. .roati men nutt sieaiccrsiira,G.iJJih..taijiofii..oiiiiiiiiiroi.ut3nJn'. havo a frecand full discussion of in Litr.try llejiartment ai mar be needul.i c ipectedto be present. ull tt in ciiarsc oi . . .before thov liaiiiicned. and befoie the subicet: after which wo shall nml the Mu-iServices at the Methodist; All lllvJ old nioncers of Fulton1 knnwn in r !no:ilitv. and: it is an cirieiiccd ami thoroughly qimlilietl bo decided make an adoption to ' :i.1 :i teacher. ehtirch, buuday and Sunday nijjht,' AnmiTiT are flf, lilii i' iiii ii Kii .. - said that when ". predicts the uiiuiiKii m she lvMllll upon by a maionty of tho tius-- ( rrTJxTIJNr i oy tno pastor, uev. w. ti. iieuey. this is in tended as an occasion for death of a certain person, at a 1j J r3L j ami the cot n board, taking tees of theso old citizens, ceitain time, that it has so often .Mrs. W. IL.Iackson, who has tho into consideration, superiority of I'riwary j H sccureo, been verified that plcut of them Cood music has been ............... " ou been visiting at Henderson, lv., biiik:. (H'onemv to patroiib, and liitrmttiiatc... . . ' "" irood order "tianintccd. and agOQd commence preparations at once. rplini?1i.... AdTanccd .t v : T. IIUIUUi A. HV.Ol tl prior adoptions. IVIUIIIVUi i.... Sexton of 10 mouth20d.iya "m month fSho e.ays .he. has rotiirnetl to time generally promised. Kverv trusteo in the county is t,. , . gets in the iJiCKiuau july23 Tim fnllnwinf"- wftll known andii!rtli but will only live three ' IlK'.lI 3t urged to be present the first day icirer-aniiaruor appropriation, enterprising citizens constitute, fW.....t and that next year her mis- years, 1 T..... of tho Institute to decido this provided it is not vetoed. t'.SJ tl,c ,;0nimittee of arrange mentsr sion will lie to start out over the I'o Krnin'e i.iimiiTs. ipiestion. Be sine to bring a list !!ir'Ul ',;3IHMH VJL . i h Vl in your dia-- ' proposals ill bo received by the Hhl.UiJ, Judge liicliartls, of the Stipe- - H. M. Maxw ell, ( ,hm'n; J. K. Muse, counti curing and healing all G S;lta tia; J of the books adopted IHiliJilLl i'o iiili undertinntil, :t a committee of the Fulton j ,,of adoption. rinrivimt niwl linn. Ton. Pmr. C. L Laudrum. .lo. Wilting and J kinds and maimer of diseases. mvm. vv trict and the date the OtU ot ouxuv-- , Count Cojrt, - Otto Uertwcek 1. C. Alexander, She and her people ate smtalidh tho of the Court of Appeals, arc visWe hope to "rar 18S0, lor the building of a jTrcas.. ami Uapt. u. a. oitticu, poor. iting Hickman. County Associatin and tho Bead-- , j Chief .Marshal, whose names, with PILE BRIDGE go !' H E3 ClllPTIO A5 CA i: L F o CO 'IPOUK1-SDing Circle during the session of t killing of Tn The St. Louis Autumnal Fes- other too numer kTauics regard to Uie ue Uhien LreeK, aooui a aeroxs Utyoa the Institute. - j 4j Miles. reported in tho. tivities begin Wednesday, Sept. ous to mention, assutes an ot sue The pilinR tolieof . .. Come one. come all, dotenmnou utile fmm Uicbmtn the bridge to be com" " I. " rt - Lr1m, x UQl wii, am continue tiniti .uom.ay, aid or 0,v sncccss, meeting a grand sue- - cypre V redar Nor. next. to make the lluMTnrieil: ' Oct. 18th. 1st of "S1 5f9TH pleted V5?rH lone ot the gntndest fiee barbe-- ' ' cess. a "55!2L" 52sl --FeLes". " SOB I'ian and specifications can be seen at , ,n ;;,"'(: Ji8 -B- igPree Barbecue neUThurs- - cues ever B en in this section. jAMiKlI.Svr-iniwR to the offic of A. 1. Kinsman. The commii-tr- o day i,,ckm:t. r--t everybody.' lMnember the day and date Co. Supt. reserve the right to reject any and atl jtf- with their uncles, aunts and cons- - Thursday, Aug. IJiMSSo bids. wnr; - 19a n '!'-as M. (;VI. i(eap mrug)U BjoJ 3 T?T'17t? 824' XI:in led. LH T,rjl"!i t ins, attend. .j , ni:i: had it. Miles. Cannells, and 15. PLUMMEB, CoMStirrtz. W. nt i lio riMpnco of the brides father, L. L. h.i-J v been caused in the itburii, WC1C Stat eu TO DC mi en Miss Mamie Bartoldus. an ac V. H HA 1.- 1Great excitement hE l of July, at o r ir.lirtvnnii in.nn the 22nd W. W. Gardner, HUkman, Ky., July 23. 1&S6. complished young lady of I'nion vieinity of l.iriN Te., by the reuiarkaWf Imnds, wheicas Mr. Glinnclls 1: by the Hcv. o'clock, p. DHri.,Ml:blCIN'E,L(.iK-.,- l VlK'I'itY. ml tii A .;die. - pastor of the Huptist church, I'rof. 15. C. City, Tenu.j is visiting her friend, recovery of Mr .I.E. Corky, who wix, (Uj.e :U( t.xlcllSnL. fanner. The . 1 ruij' an.. i'JCl'UR&Sf I uderwood. . Caldwell anJ Miss Ida Miss Annie Witting. N L& .11 d Lit UOR.'-- , for Medieal use. ")Vanted M'. Hill LS, l'AlN'T.., 01 , Teacher Only a few close friends wcro pre3ent. was Pr.kinS' tery some thinking that it W il- Dr. B. F. O'Daniel has been Consumption. Atrial bottle of h'jndin'r The bride woro a pretty and becoming In School District No. 21, to teach Public V.m- - llif.v.rr tt.irt snit him. AOLM1 J'OH THE .,. .....fc-ftmilif!lt. othoi'S that it Was . - 0 le r 3" .' elected Health Ofllcer for the lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of toilet of fiivn colored silk, the sash dra- School. Male Teacher preferred. Call on i burn, and vet others that both pery in Ihc b.ick beinp lined with sea or addre , county of Fulton, under the St uo Dr. King, NVu- Life I'iH: J the time be 1;,(J ., ,miJi ;t; bm xhc lcal fnclff G.O.KOACH, Chn'n. foam surah silk, also a pauel of th latter law, for tho ensuing year. o on one side in front, covered with :ooi.ly known to the perpetnw V . 0 riti Kpmk and nassemonterie tto Next Thursday Hickman will gaineii in lk.li thirty-lOfS. pounds, irial color of.thedretd. Gloves to match; dia- -' free barbecue liottiof tins trt. in-c- o vy mr uon-- j BEATTY, .. e,p(.,ioi, ,nr have the grandest DR D. Ii. L. MtlOItE. einbe ft.nd oer l''.nih ljro.crj iend nii:ut T, Marshal niond jewelry. The groom wore a brown ever witnessed in this section. bllUJIilluu ireo ai . .v. uu'imuwr. v t i ,,.,., f"il'V l'"155 ?','!? aud wliita piovos. wa- cloth suit and .Judge of the City Court, Everybody cordially invited. i1 i ifauOU t.'iiia WM Afirr l,,irri.,I cont? rutuiations lueunae L'fj.uiQi, US t m'i. and lively ttulil aootil o .,(!,.. in,,- - ;, iio iiiu ja 1.0 located 1a ' changed her costume tor a ;.' i.i;. .i, p....'M,..inVloel;.t whim intciest Insrircd and After all the river and haibor ',,-,-. tailor made suit, wi'h hat and gloves 10 iiit;iiiiiiii'' vtiv nM " ' lull passed both Houses of Con- - iiiMiir.i. baiiiiir- ""CI mi: to. UHCi ihiu centered on the county election. KK match . l.iiilitn itiiur tilniMliitC i I5ICK 3! .1 3 , K Y. i in ii gress, but the general coiijcctuto ,.:.,...,;..,. The lmppv couple left on the 10 o clocc ti. B..i nf Mr. Coo. M. Wilburn, who has NATURAL SPECIALTY.-Sari- ng .... ,i , ; train for ilont Egle vfhero they will TEETH; Troatins Dicca-eis that tho l'rosident will veto it. ,. ... tlin! mslliP ., snlendid officer, was re and BLEEP.ft.f to Carbon-dal- e UJi tl lNiliilli;i tmv i.i ...v. pend 'i few weeks and then go IIIIJIllllO, votintr mecinct the permis- - elected Marshal, and IJr. .J. X. ING GUMS; ARTIFICIAL TEETH made to MMta the grooms parents. .'""i"-"- . Onttpn. Citv .Tadirc. Dr. Outt en .. "'-- ; moiAi-iiin the most approved u";,B!.:..,.Mii.7..ri,ii.o- ";j"".i- " :.... c't, ,:.,,. - " to iirrturrlit i is pniiiiiPtfMit aim- well Si ah Mtirron, nas proven nimseii ,! Office, io tbc . . .. .. l" IKI . ...... rrvrrnru am" T.flTirWR II 111. .II(IIII:I1IIIIJ1IUI.' x mi biII mill ail mi i ... XJVy VI Xilv CbUU xJ MOMGUMEKY Ut-- si ut'..Mib. if uikt position, ..nd. at all tunc. liatTIR. Bides. &C I II tors that ever canvassed Fulton up uy tins election as io tnc ineau-count- for the .oiujigeof!usciA ictiom-- . district o. 2, 'as has the Mb ohenp r will notbc "Jut row. mJf of ". (I.c I..- . J011X WITTiN'G. undersold. Jj.tw'.'fiii','' Ur i . which i3 umr, Ci utP .Tit.! r'r.i-u'Our wormy ana popuhtr , Has a splendid toek of the very best makes of all kimlb of Hardware nnPnU--. and f4jaai,v , 4lir W.l,... nf l ll.V. " Iow.cotinty man, Mr.T.M. Freuch, Im8tj iIJlg lieen known as 1nCrJl who has l been in the habit of mak-- j which are offered at COnF PRI K, and that thr nc-- 1v. t iUe nwuliei been appointed Chairman of o, has bem subdivided into iiifr n snpltp1p of llilllKPlf Oil the Iim jtiatillea. All go5tls guaranteed to he exactly a iepresented. tht) Pulton County Democratic two voting nreoiucts, the sub di- - -married; II1.rtVO.ntinn.-r- a Committee. Jordan, being' u 1n Mra TCntoi 4,,n ivis'cn known :i6 Cockrell," a daughter of Kditor Now that the annoyances of called District No. 7. The l'f-", w wneuifr .o. i, wmen in a j'. of West Lib- the elections are over, lets all of Civil District No. 2. n tititlcd tTnn T "' B oit. It is to be hoped his "i", shake bauds, make friends, go to to vote under the Act. if it is, will bring about his information, mork and build the Hickman and prohibition has curried: and if it from a temperance stand-poinBrownsville railroad. is not, it is defeated by 2 votes. Col. John F. Davis, Commis Our elections pusied ofl' qui- From a casual reading, we are in, m ii ! over 1..J0 clined to the opinion that the sioner of gricnlluteol Kentucky, B ,i etly and peaceably, and snow to r.rcf'r.K zih acS cast, tho largest ever polled Pnm.tv Point will oivp. the new.annouures a votes 11 COMPANIES: the county. Hickman precinct law the benefit of any doubts on occur in Frankfort August 21. tti AG1IXTS FOlt THE FOLLOWING v&ilSC a Wjjt (7 t)ya 3 licenso,tThe premiums are as follows: cast G21. . this point, and refuse long- Vital and second premiums, The prolonged and serious should auv be applied for. berry, red and white, jlo and 10 .. England; HARTFORD, drouth in the North went has been) 1'IUl '.NIX of Ifarlford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. .Manchester, samples sliould be sent in packa- AhnM-nn KElNTTUCJr" itono. 1 . .iic . Hartfond,Conn.; ISSCRASCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMEUICA.&c, Sc, by recent ligut, partially broken ;.,,.. tipcouMKC "es of not less than a half bushel xoxmillS. aud the crop prospect are mauv thing weming!' impoib!e may be, each. ASD THE fc'v of j lattafnei. Hundreds "of hojicle caimproving ill consequence. . it it . i r It ic fr- Lo lirtiif.il flint thorp I.Kiiinpt- - anai .i.iver v.oiiiii'aiin - nui; i.. .....v ..... ".l'Ilraviuca, Plan, full 8tecilication as to verythinj,' neeJed hirnUhcti, an Jf wvh MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW An, cost accur.itely calculated. Lock and Key jobs ,oIieited Tlie Tennessee elections oc- cured hv Electric Uitters. after everything will be UOt Olllv 1IO abatement ofi in vain. So, don't think (.in- - i., ot Moore .V Laudrum's lrug Store. curred yesterday. Some of our el had" been triedtor you, but try Electric. 11( etlorts of the health aitthori-ther- e is no cure 'J licg m tj,e work 0f 0jty sanitation, county people feel an interest in ni .T'lS5,"lSX?'ml .tat. Ifa-- re Obion county elections scarcely SSTJ-S- " j ,,w-- " second to their own county. ' " r11"'" " Klectrtc Uitters will cure lVVVva. 1'"-- PSs!'C?ZS V 3 be tes and all Dieaes of the Kidneys. In- - in tC most favorable, condition to Si-,! ? ii i When wo get a new constitu- - vaAuahle in ufieciioiis ot Stomach tuul'avoul dail"er0US lllioads of dt-- . (Sh W!'"! Qa:A ?SSl privilege Of voting Liver, and overcome all Crinary Iiifficul-v,Sllo- scasc. I t''t. aud the J mi Miirsi i -2, W everybody will be elect- - tie. Lare Lotties only 50 en, at O. A. KL1 MS A vsi B.l M ?' S"i,S51J S! eu in nt,tucky. Let the defeated iioicointw 5TST?; CJros.!:s nil ICIecte!. 5" cjimiiiaitj ponder over tins. j news from the election .. I..wi wi HI ' ii . rp t.- I -- r 12, ' ? -, f) ? ,..v- ,: h i. , The proiihitirm law was de ..,. .nv........i. , Diiciviiui inn:..;i-, i.n tiiuviuiih. uoiiiiLivro uic uiu T:t4,.;..t .. .. ! ro t'13 " iiouiu. UU 111 JTrCCIl UUCKS OUI'UL 5M1.J Ti vi r? iVM '(0)' tcateu in urxvt,COUut-las- t . ." . Xon- U'nii; tMpmrs1 !1 tl m v v,i.. llll :iri indicate the election ot S. II. i .. Ii c nf I 3 iiiikiii.. claim ,,, this reneals cool i . day. Some iT Crossland, by about SCO majority.' tttoi& UuVS!t Si "H5i-'-tf- i ttM WB 12. U usually deposits . his,I He'rnrries the existing law in Bayfield and , last. lieU,L : Graves by about 2,000,' VIEB2UE CAX I KUY A SUITAI5W3 PKESEXI T ITS ' ' ' u" others, that it does not affect it at i m V1 Uallurd 230, Hickman 230; Fulton Ecprescut-- i a line of the very best Companies in the Unite! Stub-.-f JCKAJLi V AJLi Wis 7 .da had accumulated this amount J2y,,aiid Calloway by a small maI alj i i' winch he had in a cigar box, and AT COURT-HOUSE- .) Livings-toirb- y OEEICE IJefore deciding this question we invite you to examine the 'beauti Tho steamer Doomerang, has at night he placed it in the cook-boug- jority: Hendricks carries J000, Marshal 500, and runs S her a barge. It is called, iUg atove expecting of course, to ful aud varied stock. aprO Little Joe. Our worthy Mr. EiKfakeit out e:irlv nnxt niornin-r- : Crosslaud very closePiin Calloway. llp.lfp.n- OV Al LlkiLI , lloehn, deserves great credit for but, the first thing next nionihiK:;raa iw.rnin: tnoJ J ntcmlin400, and is energy and vim, and we wish Mr. F.uckner rushed offto market" his f,s 1h. BUCHANAN, V. Vcof. JI. J.. ALCXADlIfi, filiai IT- - ' frrSkT ana in his absence, his wife kin-- ! " ?; him unbounded success. t."Tipv sTore. 'T'liniifi '. Do7?nv's nhl .tand. lm. an ciidlto.i va, ietvofi It. T. TYLEK, I'rcst. - '' ''"' Hendriclw runs next to Urossiamt. ,-- 7fnnl.- - jiiwl -Vaiiov rrv sriniiov- - Tiimdorii.e: nf nil stvh's nml finish.J T'l'ti-S- i - W. A. Henson, Dentist, win uieu a ore in . tuo stove prepara- - riiiT n 'uiiul rin j " 'VvsaaB. bbia ' lktL('JIVl J vm V& J l fe H be iu Hickmau next .Monday, and jy-Pencils, Port-folio- s, Lap Tablets, Albums Card Oases, Card.- -, &c, itc.;i U .. j x i i ,?. ai..aa or Ml ii-- f will leinam in the box was burnt to and Tovs in endless varietv. IUI Al4i 3Ioney. , wishing Deutal work coswy 1 Parties as a ratucr Money saved is money made. A houc. I5If,Ia:.Ti.-lIl'-, 'f. , t. will please call at my oftice, at La,eakfastj aml we are sorry for 1M .....;,.. 11,.:.lor.'. lol,r,f fnO'-w- . cieue iiouac. Twenty toaster, or Combination Vcsel. the mishap. W. A. Henson. 'er cent in cash saved to you besides tile '. -- ; Mirifying your coffee. The agenl will call !iai ItueUICii's Arnica S'ulve. There is to be a basket picnic it you at jour .is ;st at Sugar Tree ltidge, The Best Salve in the world for Cm, a the Hickman homes; or you can seeKy. aud fish-frHouse, iu Hickman, s ' v. 5 S,rPi Itlcpra. ftilt Lheum, "V Summers', James & 35 near Trustin 4l"l?-J& Tetter, Chanped Hand?, Chilblains 10 rcaly for bttinc-- . wo rwiiecffalry jioJiufemrJatttSftft? V. 31. C. A., will loiiinifocc Tlio 1 all ..nlarlv Bayou, Mo.t Tuesday, Aug. day Sores, aim an skiq uruimuiis, . t Corn?, t HI, ofall. All colllettioas m.idc for iluprtsttor"frea of chni ruiui iiimi. n Good order and a pleasant meet IU tl)C iMtTinr niiiirnii j tivelv cures Tiles, or no -. ' illONJDAY, AlGJD'ST 30, ISSGj , paper running three or four month'?, thauutel af ltyv afQ1.11001, at 5 o'clock. miaranteed. Everybody invited, L? cuaranteed to give perfect sitistaction, , U(--a rate oi per eent. per annara , A ml Con tin nc or "The firing Sfioti Coiiiiiiciiwj Object for discussion: the ladies especially. v a. Lca(1. Qf gnbbat one of Hick- - For M. .Toff Xorrcd, , J. T. Walton. Everybody cor-tio- u Tho Stato Board of Equaliza-jrman's worthy young men, who has Anl CutitiDittf Tire !unt)t. homo iu Atlanta, work for, tally invited. i.omi makinir his ,. has completed its . c " EUOIIASAX. (JEO. P. TIIKELKELD. CHAS- - BALTZEB. T -- "RTVKC1Tr'l. - - ""M"P (elt :. , 'nmirehcuMnti wub J i t tii& eie won acq iiuv;tmtun ol fcitit exneiieneed rcers,j iicr, not to t he flf em ! 1 i -- The Teacher's Instituto will ci- vene at Liberty, in District 0, on Monday the JUth inst. "J5vory teacher of a common school mnst attend tho fall seh- sion ot mien Institute.'' Com. ' School Law. art. ?.. sec. 2. All privatu school teachers and ()ii'uds ot etlucatntu are cordially invited to attend. Tho last legis-latur- c made tho following change I c Teacher'. EiiNtitalr. "Bg BBBKsaiBgaBaaMorwwna I 3DOT3r2? 3;XsO a t- X hildrcii ADQUAKT1BS FOB THE OLDEELIADLH 8 I &jU Ml tUMM IE text-book- Mam kjMj. liOV7 I Pric ri C sn I upvwt -- am iSyJlCllllilllri ifLiJxU. 1 eMKBUiA cr J I" fivk i T , l "4 AltE STILL IN TRE'llINGrv i'aig : the-efec- tic-re'- -, -- "ieion, aa.ii-t.inl- ? ..,,.. - Lla-t-- . Sazt JE5rcps? -- i..; .""'. Tw-- , t ic-itiii- j ? --- --; i j THE OLD HE ik 013AS. A. HOliCOMf,ft " 5 f L 7-o,- ouo W. - ..-- ; i , VWl& m -- if uii, 1 ?m:m : .e sub-committe- i batjL - ..-.:.- . "oso ' ! F . 1-?1- cr fiffl wwlii ! u.,.,,! intas s Jtr-DKEWI- SJ 1 IY. x, B4T! ? - KWT.5,K&,3 MIIg.lHI..r.n.M -,, EREI - I 1 11 il-s- j 1 S:t1 K hnnd-onm- WHITE. SEWING MACHINEPEESORIPTIONS rECTA.1 K. Kf- I ri ., 7 - -- a - .. a. - il -- . ft..-- - 1 .& v m.: k -! 111- - .,,:;', ,..,,-,(.;- t.,t -- v. T - -- .,..-x...- ;. mm X 1 ,,,..., ! .,. iiaa-liis:sr- t. INSURANCE. AM MAaiHEJ Hil,. LANBBTJM & DAVIS, TIME TEIED AUD FIR.E TESTED - -- ! I ROOFING A SPECIALTY, L D. MZLLABD & SON, -- u?ii-wueai -- i -- 1 m turu;. hi t'ni i iVCBincB. ii. mm -- nrr.rariT.ir . HIGKMAjSs - .- , Mi;, 40ft r...Hl -- , t, ! AUGUST! HfflHflTlV iliesac IDA -- 1! SiUn in I T. M. FEENOH, m A'ft .ir II .UL . ci-rr- 5 .1- -. -- fir-:!.-- -. .. AUGUST AUGUST Rw ug? i OiMS v I -- r-- - I ht -- r HIOEMAU S v- .' j; ".. srff "!" s !ft ra"f - .,. MES. JENNIE GARDNEB-Sf-i- f J .. -- " ,M""""W"W1M"""',"WW" T-r- " ..-. - " ." ilnrAr -- . WLMLgk & 4 Ii.: " I y. 'il: Aiu-JIoiit- li'. CjLPITAl; m sacfses j.. -- Ti-,- .:, ' ' Tin-i- i' -- . f .ffrajin. r- ?"ca;Zt .1 X KJ2i.iw- 1 Gafor Vn --- several months, has U1S UOU1U re- - !,; turuid tO I Lter-Sta- visit, but wo are sorry to lieen liitrrcascu .1 .. nnn j ol1l nil I . wci ut-... .. .,.,i lirftn(irtv decreased 20 I became a candidate lor tue i.nnr liqo takfiii verv in wiiit iy "t To arrive at these figures Qice of City Judge of tlie City of vrill, nhoid fover. We hope Jeffmany pay his jho avoraff0 cash value of lauds iickmau, aud accept tne position soon recover and who are al-- 1 . PuUou iB fixed at 815, Hickan fith the belief that it will not friendg hero a visit, glad to see aud welcome conuty at au,aud3IcCckenuderially, if it all, interfere with the to which him. Graves at the same; THfrg, Mar- ?&eticeof myprofessioii a prac- - have become devoted by aud ,;,. a tanner thft measures that will Ualiara, a ana stuav oi tuiriy i.ra $6.50, &c, &c of shall at ars. Jiucouragea uy tue vx not pau at the present session w of confidence jnven mc counts, tiir iMiiirr the In- - rwiinro PDCiTIV ftCfWftrn ! "Bill, lilst MoiHlny, by the citizens of Win.halanro vt eaiBU--v..suau conini iuo tno ii"f xmu, lickmau. en rei.w ed vig- ffikAiii itnic f sneuarv our immense, stock ot clninSu-0.UCi$c- e owl th WorrisoH Sarplus Resolu-- Goods at halt tltcit acuiai vaxuc, tJ1 tbUlU ful to them And b over any. Thateoararaace commute-- " order not to carryr..-.- nrvirlc As ;d ..tlQ 8urrundiuj :.. community . t swwv., villi P rnpii. jatronaire m i!., ijmoi., ""b'- - weare leauens .. me iTiofj taeaa an-- . jiwu none as waa some idctief the immense ,j)C t0 enjoy aud merit it iu thoi form " OTMaut. ii is uuucL- - can , tnre".? bargains we are ottering. ; Proeident will veto taat-.th& iaxwell. awa4 J. y. OUIXE.N. , iu uuiwu vit.y, :.. vuar: Tie iisncuci vaiuu-.- e innil iii IPnltnn eountv has "'" V " " 2i.ii.iwncUl.i-j- . I'ubllc. .... Gr"l, TIhi ciir of 'ttHl, Hie"turKlcii-iic-'- , aMuitiou U Including tLroin;U ptltuarj wotk in Kugli-l- i lirinrlicii, .Matlicmatlo, Lntin, ninl CalNtluiiini. KItution. IVumamlilp, tv tb- - jrcj.rntnm jf ftuOrnts f.ir college, -- ml uut.K nua fortitninMs. It T. TYLEK. Ii. M. AliEXAKDEB. L. L. UNDERWOOD. W. C. JOHNSON- - f ck ?? 'a, z a TUITION; 3, -- nm-wa- vs 1'rlinary A tf, fwr (i tliODtll...H.M...... 1.... ....... ...... T-ALOI- 8ai ep ij I, tl 11 tl T . lli s , hr., July s", lc, tr PAYABLE MONTHLY IX ADVANCE. J". O. UNDERTAKERS?, MOSCOW, KY una 'OKXOK CITY, 'TMV:? f.t ta coerce ; K?" Mannfaclures and keeps const nitly on hand, a full sirppV : v B- .ij.' .i ! Ut -- ?- -1. . ujj" f .l i- wrici .,- -, -- - . - i5? jt. -- v"i - -- r?. j ' -- i -- IfcariTarUU.,: 'J $. Sfe-- , Alexander s - ". j 15.. r igricuityral and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineeriiig.Giassical, Normal School, Miiilarf Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FR& Ur IUIIIUN. Pr CatalOKUO and othir inform-n- o Fall terra bcjias Sept. Sth, 1886. Addicts JAXuS K. rAXTEKBOK, Ph. Do X.CXiUKtoa, KtHCkjr . COLLEGE of KEilf fTATE Eighteen Professors and Instructors. UPKY - COFFjNS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT MMl OASES. ' . attention Order b- - telecraph or telephone will receive ctnrc n:i.. A full line of LaUica ami Gents Daml Robes on h:ma. - Old Furniture made new. Wc niniiutactnre Cannon a 1 ile JWr order. and Chill Medicine. No cure no pay. We expect to handle I urniturv. sooB, and will take orders for them no vr. junclS - - - ' i'K -- m n .. ffyprfr w '' fe.' . ; - ' '