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With Neatness and Dispatch. ALE BHiliS, 3BIX.X.-KCB-ft-X)- S. BWTBLOPB8, LSTTER-HEAD- I XNV0?A.TIO2SrS. ETC.. ,ETO. miCE OF SUBSCRIPTION. ftlJSO. ESTABLISHED 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST I r . VOL. XXI.-N- O. 45. kXX .TaTP IBB) T7M. 5fc? V ?',, ' - r v I :i il V. THE COMMONWEALTH. IvAJ IS CERTAIN. others. He wrote, he sajs, becats THROUGH riHB WiiiKL.POOL. pointed, not by Mr. Ucdden, as this MORAL SENATORS. AT GrEEYST0sTE. ho thoupht it might bo or use to the reckless writcrsays but by the comyounger members of the family, as it "boi-tLoukYille Lear Tobacco Market.. Two .Hen Float Through In a Cask Observations Sliowiuc How tb mission on the nomination of the Colthem that tbeysprunglromnnboncst.snijtjy no I.e. Than Fifteen Thousand People. That is What tho Pooplo of El Paso TGciiUim: to (rum MastachiMetts Obtained lector, Surveyor and Xaval Officer, and The market has been somewhat more race, or whom tbey could be proud. ItTtU Tho Body of Samuel J. Tildon d Ills Sent. be seen that Mr. Tilden's mental favorable to sellers, and prices have ruled BurFALO, Y., Aug. 8. Tho turbulent -- ? Boliovo. Th8 Sage of Greystone, Departs thus unimpaired by his long illness. HIsbu. the present board was appointed by the for Burial. was waters of tho Niagara whirlpool rupid 'rho cold chilli which have been Eaton conimissjon. The chairmen and more generally fulL The proportion of petite was good, and ho ate as much as roost thu dark and heavy styles on offer has increaswere again navigated in a cask men. He dined regularly with tho fam'y, This lfo. Prliouer.CuttlngIuke- - an Appeal to the creeping up and down the backs of secretaries1' are not 'made" by the ed. The market for Burley tobaccos ha and only differed rmm them in that he atoat Thell'rep.iratioiiH for tho S.igeVt runeral perilous feat being successfully accomseveral United Status Senators during Democratic- officials." but by tho com- varied but slightly in tono or prices,though intervuls. He was perfectly more frequent y Goeruor of TexHk. plished by "Win. Potts and Geo. Hazlitt, About Completed. able to masticate his food. He rarely o the threat tned investigation of tho mission on'thiTuominatiou of the mem- tho action has been more favorable to seltw o coopers, who w ero employed in the vegetables, but was fond of fruit. Death Cflinr Suddenly to the Aged election of Senator bers of tho boiijd itself, and the present lers. Dark and heavy styles Jiave been same shop with Graham, who made tho iniEl Taso. Tex., Aug. 9. Editor Cutting Samuel Jones Tilden was born on February commission hs refused to confirm pulling up from a partial relapse, and wn The Countrr Loses Ono of Her ; tial trip about three weeks ago. The barrel uidfvprl information YonkeusX. Y., Aus. C Tbo mornin-8, UU. in New Lebanon, Columbia County.and vesterdav that bo Payne, of Ohio, have ceased, and those these where tliey are "private s boat was ten feet long, conical in form and would :(, note gains in price from trash up to good was therefore 73 years old. Holeavesou. bi. opened rainy and all is quiet at Greytotie. Foremost Statesmen. have restnitid their wonted taken and chiedeputiftV' establishing leaf. Lugs and common medium leaf ter. the mother or tho late Colonel i'elton. and The preparations for Mr. Tilden's tuneral built of the best locust stave. It was sup- bound Mexican to Chihauhau on the south Senators Central tain. IIo feared cheerfulness. There will now be no a rule plied with a keel, rudder, screw wheel and nephews, children of bis brotbtri, several hrst time that sucn probably have the principal advantage are about completed. The un- a turret with glass covered Moses and Ilenrv Tilden. He graduated at that hojroujd be massacred on some pre- further talk at this session of inquiry oflicers shall serve in ihat capacity. trom the gain. We quote 1SS5 tobaccos as Yule College, and having studied lav in dertaker has bad tho white drapery re- About 300 pounds of sand ballast kept it text if iJhey took him away from tho borMidthe University of New York, was adoittetl moved from tho catafalque, which is to ha right sido up most of tho time. Tho two der, am his Alter .UMciij misrepresenting this follows for packages: He friends have busied themselvos into the causes which led to tho to the bar of tho metropolis. ilegal removed to men lay back Iiurieu. Varimnil Heavy. tbo draw and draped through tho moreto back while passing in hisbefcaif. The following telegram. was den changes of om? of the members matter of prgaizuig examining boards nchieved a reputation lor great turbulent waters, clingi.(a the Tribwyi ftyar -- The new ir!n. ............... .ji2 Tift 2 25 f3 00375 skill, particulars in railroad htigftlon. in black. Men are at work draping; the parCommon lugs 7M4 5 25 3 ing to handles made fast to the sides of pent bvthe prisoner to tho Governor of of the New York Legislature- when Mr. Having interested himself in local nudbtato lors ami dra wins-roow Coiusion not only winked fi 2,va 5 75 with bluek cash.. 3 fiOls i M lugs... ., the cask. Each man likewise kept on bis Texas : Evarts was elected, nor to investigate politics, ho was mado Chairman or the 4 :&a 5 so Good lugs G60 7 2T. mere. The ernbalminp of tho body was own bide of tho cask by means of a cnuvus "Hou.John .. method of Stato Committee of New York, ajosi-tlothe published chanTo that each mem Ireland. Governor of Texas: 6 2Ta 7 .. 5 00 5 M leaf... the rcg- - Common leaf.. ho held for thirteen years. In 1$U and quito successfuL Mr. Tilden's face looks sling made fast to staples. Tho start was 8 T.Vil 9 25 Medium "As nlitizen of Texas, I hsU of you tho ber nt the Republican Senatorial cau- .. 6 2Ta 6J73 p tho natural and peaceful and looks upon mado from tho Maid of tho Mist landing I again In 1ST., he was a member Ileddcn to Good leaf .. 7 TT. 8 75 to waa w Stato Assembly, and in 167 was olectof Gov- the bier in the stillness of death as if ho on the Canada side. A row boat protjUAiu that mvfriends assure mo you cusin thulast California .Legislature . 9 W&10 &) It Ci(,15 M :v:iminint selections....... ernor or the Stato bv the Democratic VHrty.- J yre m a refreshing hlumbor. The Jiizr-ttiy .12 tOUl S3 16O042 00 j "Ji?! 4b"WcakJPkaIot.it Jitfre fdjoyo i In Juno, 1ST!, he was nominated by alKQvs0orYonkers have con'clifncd td" the Cantilever bridge, where it was turned art'; froiivsome benevolent sonrco thohnnu-bocrHuoauonaionvcnuonatai..i.uui3-'1'close theif stores A body of well armed and determined from 10 to 12 adriltin tho middle of the stream, the 1 s 9mmifiSpP'Ju-- i didate of the party for tho Presidney. At o'clock, which will bo tho time occupied by novel craft w as submerged about half ths men has been organized on this sido nnd present of S.'I.OJO. rechoosing its The dead9fhrelIaneousXteitJ ' tho election in November, Mr. Tilden body of ft man supposed to be Y Speaking of Senatorial elections, constituting the 'board or timo while passing through the rapids, but are leady for duty at a moment's no y ceived a majority or the popular vote, tot tho funeral services' and tho solemn James Simpson, a Union County farnier, in going from Greystone to ths while circumscribing tho outer circle of tice suouiu anytuing requiring tneir there was one, which though saturated ollicers and the commission has the vote in the States or Louisiana. Sotsh alCarolina. )rvgon and Florida being de- Hudson river depot Tho oomnion countho whirlpool its occupants thrust their services occur. "Tho men are under with fraud, was never very generally ways put a shin to tho practice, was found a few days ago, possible beore, of having private lying undernear Henderson, which he had ofticers, nnd puted, great popular excitement cnsuJ". cil of Yonkers have adopted resolutions of heads through the opening and Potts calm- th command of a bridge, from understood by the public. When the secretaries and special deputies serve for-to and the two jvolitical parties were condolence and deprecate tho loss of such ly smoked a cigar. A suecossful landing will njt precipitate an outbreak. Tho ngreo upon a compromise. A coniiss-sio- n a worthy and upright citizen. It is pro- was made at Queenston, on ctho Canada Mexicans continue to fear that a forco will ugly facts were once presented, tho evidently fallen. was appointed of nvo Senators, fir posed that thomuyor and common council side, tiro miles further down the river. cross tie riveriud have an additional force affair was allowed to blow over. This as the officers of the board. As to Hox. James B. McCREinT was renomiJudges of tho Supremo Court of the Und attend the funeral appointing oflicers, list on dutf. The soldiors in the barracks wero ago occupied The entire in a body. mintruth wa the eligiblecame andunder the RepublicTJ' States and five Representatives. nated for Congress by the Democratic conthe abuse Washington. Aug. C The President will utes. The voj w as w ituessed by not less parnilol through tho streets during tho wa perhaps because the those in feiit and vot" leave Washington commission divided on partv lines goot. an commission, vention of tho Eighth Kentucky District. ovenmr, when a great many Americans.ns very damaging to on" of this evetimg for New than 15,000 spectators. and the present eight Republican to seven Democratic: " hod crossed the river. men whose goodness is so otr.t good is tho custom, by their decision tho disputed votes wro York to attend tho fuueral of Mr. Tilden is the first to propose making A DiFFicrLTT occurred near tho depot in Acting Secretary Fairelitld and given to Itutberford II. Hayes, the onposK It is very evident that the ollicials and that it is a sullieient evplanatiou of anv the rules forbid the appointing ollicers London late the other evening between MUTUAL. MISTAKES. candidate, who was declared elected Pri-de- a number of other ollicials will ut.wiid tho people of Chihauhua believe the Govern Dad or questionable conduct oi wiueii to have access to the list of eligibles. Emmet Beatty and George Smith, railroad by n majority of oue electoral vote. Jn funeral. ment oi tne unueu nraxes win oact uowu. In the IJarkue father and Son l'ili Kuril Thev tkink our Stato Department will bo tlioy may bo found guilty. Of conrs- -, In short, tins commission is lighting section hands, which resulted in Smith reInSJ Mr. Tilden was again in question foro Yonkers, Jf. Y., Aug. 4. Samuel J. Tilden Democratic nomination for President. ut Other With Ituckshot. Barbed Wire's Rival. Nitisilel by Minister Mansral's efforts, and this plainly points to Hon. George against abuses which it inherited and ceiving a painful and probably mortal shot - Antsvili-e- , Ied at Greystone this uiornlnura few minutes declined in a letter read before tho e Hoar, of Massachusetts. Mo., Aug. S. V. A. Brock will submit to the punishment of Mr CutPiTTSiitntGiL Aug. C Charles Rogers, law before A'ound in tho neck, and Beatty a slight National Convention at Cincinru. which sprang before 9 o'clock, He had been enjoyinjr his Since and sentence of CutWhether or not the trick by which tbe Democrats up under theoffice. The knife wound in the hand. Beatty was ar that period ho had lived in retirement. Pittsburgh mechanic, has just patented a ninn aud his sua Richard engaged in a hunt ting. Theconnctionperemptory demand of came into vsuallj- good health up to last Saturday eventhe fa- of a ting in in 1SSJ would only Mr. Hoar was device which it is s,aid will rovolutiotiuo last night for thieves wh.cii teiulted dising. WhKe sitting on the stoop of his resi rested. purpose of reckless misrepresentatho American Government for his instant A CHINESE HOUSE. tho barbed wiro fence business. Tho in- astrously toboth. Tho father, after his fam- release, has produced a profound sensation be deemed stiflirient to unseat him, it tions of this kind is to dence after sundown on that evening' he was the reThe Superintendent of Public Instructaken with a slight ch.lt. which settled on his Tho Patriarchal Kncniupmrnt of tho B" vention for barbing metallic strip-- . alut ily had retired, loaded his shotgun and con- here, and has ccustoned exciting comment was a most disgraceful fraud. It was form itself and help to break it down. tion furnishes tbe following school stacealed himself in tho bushes near his bee- and much unaisun-s- in El l'aso. Tho feel- a simple, clear and well sustained falseIt stomach and bowels, producing Intlamma tire Family or Chin. of an inch wide. The mahives to guard them from tho ravages of ing is prevalent that our Government has hood, telegraphed at the last minute It is a mean kind of warfare, but too tistics: tion, from which he suffered all night. On chine barbs acut ranging from V. 1'. Office of Sct't of Public Instkcctiox, l In her new book on China, Miss .. thieves, by whom ho had recently been taken a posit on that it can not back down from an apparently authori.-- d source, easily exposed to bo effective. Sunday to was slightly better, and was able to of an inch in iluckiK--f Fra.nkfoim, Kv., Aug. 5, ls-- . Times. gives this description!), A machine capable of producing stxtv robbed. After he had leeii on duty for a from md thut war is cei tain. to ride out. On Sunday evening he felt much White per capita for school j ear ISsfWtf..? I to Aug. 9 Secretary Bayard, to the effect that Mr. William W. while his son concluded that he" would IUltimoke, worse, and continued to prow weaker, but a Chinese house of the better class: ilt miles of this barbed metallic strip per day guard 1 G Colored per capita for school year Crapo, then a member of Congress knowing that tho hives, ton special correspondent CONTENTED DEMOCRATS. InfTS,W White census lor until last nipht there were no fears of the covers so much round, and there r can be built for $3oO. Machines for tho father was engaged not tho occupation. his spcukiug the Cuttiiu case, said ho saw last no wis not a candidate lor thu benator-sliiHo night of in same purpose now in use, which are . 14,003 crease consequences. This morning- it becamo ap- so his gun anil walked to satisfactory adjustment of many open halls, consisting chieir In- 102,837 Colored census for ltto-6owned by a monopoly, cost $i000 loaded ho stood and listened, and,the door, reason why nshould This gentleman was a c.tndi-da- t, Tbo Itppiibllciiii Voto on tlm Tayne parent that the end was,near. Dr. Charles whore hearing the difficulty not "bo reached. Ho Analyzed A .. 3,153 Outlook lncreago apiece, and are only capable "of producing some as henator Hoar and his friends y. Simmomls and Miss (Wild, a relative of of pillars and ornamental roofs, one moving around m tho bushes, assured that such was the for thr Party or l'urity In IH8H. thirty about, aniol'" pany miles of the'wiro per diem. A com- tired aud shot his father in the breast. Tho has been the Mexican G iveriiment. Mr. well knew, aud He was one thev feared. promiscuously tr. Tilden, were at the bedside a few minutes ...611,500 Total census. of of has been formed with a capital win In the last Presidential election the decorated had talc that he was :V0O,(XJO tieforc Tilden died. He tried to speak, but paved to erectaplunt in this city which, latter, thiukinghc filling been shot bv athief, Bayard himself feels strongly in tbo I5y the Total increase 17.S7a W bus son's face with matter, und said with much impressive-nes- s not. the members of the Legislature Republicans only moved his lips, failing- to make any flowers in pots, and then there aro wrils will bo begun in a few days. A Arm :n returned the lire, carried tho following (hnt he considered the princi Jo?. DKS n v Pickhit. Kansas City offers to take the eutiro out- buckshot. Both aro seriously wounded. He pasted away quietly and peace pierced by tound. d portals, fonml voted for him were States: California, Colorado, Illinois, Sup't Public Instruction. ple involved in the Cutting affair to be ono who would have fully. His death occurred in the south like octagons, or circles, or even put for a year. of thogravest importance, and one ns to deprived of exercising their real wishes Iowa, Kan-Maine, Massachusetts, overlooking tho Ix the Holbert Precinct, in Floyd Counchamber of the mansion, Burial of Samuel J. Tilden. aud all placed at irregular intewhich the whole country, without reference in voting, and Mr. Hoar gained votes iiuuson. Ne- ty, the other afternoon. James Stephens A Kansas Tornado. Tho last hours of tho deceased statesman rvals, never oppos.tc one another; aid Yonkeks, N. Y., Aug. S. Samuel J. Til- to party, should bo a unit. The porsounl which never would have been his with Michigan. Minnesota, Nebraska, were peaceful and painless. For several then shady morsels of garden, with ill vada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oregon. and Burrell Spurlock quarreled, when the Toitka, Kan., Aug. ft A telegram was den was buried yesterday afternoon at meriti or demerits of Cutting himself has Mr. Crapo known to be a candidate. months pa"t Mr. Tilden had enjoyed unusual former whipped out a revolver and shot uothiig to do with the matter. It mado neann lor mm. lie natiKamcatn ucsti tiiirty-fiv- e manner of surprises in the way of Utile received hre last evening stating that a Lebanon, N. Y., the home of his jouth. no diCerenco whether ho was an angel of The Senato became so virtuous in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont the latter, inflicting a mortal wound. Tho ounds in slv. months. He used his yacht pond, and angular bridges and quaat cyclone had struck tho town of linrtland The services were short and siniple. Tho dnrkniss or an angel of light, but it did 1S7:5, under the prfstiro of the and Wisconsin. The four crucial physicians say Spurlock can not recover. ikinc lrcouuntly. and took Ionr carriniro and demolished twenty houses nnd dono casket was made in Onedia, and consists make iho greatest possiido difference to the y, panic, that, to avoid its rightrides daily. His face was familiar to the peo trees. Then somehow, quite unexpat-edlgreat damage to growing crops. Sixteeen of two parts. Tho interior is of copper American people whether the contention eous wrath, Alexander Caldwell re- States wero Connecticut, Indiana. New Stephens fled. you find yourself in brightly ple oi i oncers, ana ho frequently drove Jersey and New York. If the Repubcars were blown from tho Atchison, Topeka with glass doors its eutire length. raised by the Stato Department in his caso ;th rough the streets of the city. The last timo The temperance people of Shelbyvillo suites of small rooms, whth and Santa Fe tracks and telegraph wir-signed his seat as a Senator from Kan- licans had carried th-- lirtt three of will contest he went out was on Sunday, when he was The interior is decorated with whito should boiunintnined or not. the legality of the vote by sas, having then four years to serve, that four; or. if. losing the first three, which by his faithful coachman, Denis seem to have been originally one grot were prostrated for two miles west of the tufted satin; the outer part is of red driven out local option was defeated in that disO'Haru, by valet, room, subdivided by partitions oi 4e town. The extent of tho damage 1ms Spanish cedar, and is plainly ornamented attended h.J Is they had carried the fourth, they beeau-- e it had been shown that frien Ameritan Counterfeiters in Canada. Louis Johansen, foth of whom have not yet been learned, but tho oxidized silver. The plate boars simhad bought off a rival candidate. would have won the campaign. 15ut trict recently. been in his service for years. Satur- most elaborate wood carving, and fi- stated that no ono. so far ns know u, had withthe name of Samuel J. Tilden. The pallSibxia. Ovr., Aug. 9. For some timo of his had Commission has The Illinois ply day he was taken with a slight chill while nished with beautiful polished not got his votes away from they lost all four, and were consebeen seriously injured. The storm reached bearers were: J. Randall, Join Vostem part of Ontario has been Thev sitting on a porch overlooking the Hudson and hangings of rich materials.) other towns in the vicinity of Hartland. Bigeiow, Daniel Samuel Smith M. Weed, past tho vith him by saying lie was not a candidate; quently defeated by an electoral vote adopted a resolution recommending GovManning. river, and was removed to his room where ho and - Ani'iican bank ernor Ogtesby to remove the present quarbomg downits effects cau Chas. A. Dana, Dr. George I. Mil'er. Win. Hooded Such houses are, in fact, the patr- but the wii bimply paid a mercenary the was attended by his friend and phvsician. TU to raiwrs oT tho they had had placed upon his ambition. of my to IS'--'. antine restrictions from tho counties of Dr. Chas. K. SImnionds, of New York," who is iarchal encampment of a whole clan, lo not be learned. Allen Butler. Daniel Magono, J B. Trevor, not? ratedbeen tons. The possibility of Republican success accident ally discovered. price he notes hato Mopping on the neighboring estate of Bliuk which all Dr. Charles E. Simmons and Aaron J. the sons and brothers of tie Tho argument was th.it the limitation in 1SS8 depend? entirely upon the po- Pendleton and Harrison, Ky., evidence Drowne. The cold settled in Mr. Tilden's bow-el- s Two Mexicans Hanged by Soldiers. I'resident Cleveland and Cabinet In a houj searched for burg ars' tools having been received that and stomach, causing vomiting and purg- house bring their wives, and there tale officers found Ameitran $1 b.mk iioti?s thus put upon the choice of legislators, litical course of the States above menBkown-- i iu.e, Tex., Aug. 0. At dawn attended the services at Greystone. had been fully eradicated in those ing. With medical aid he felt much better on up their quarters, living together i raisd to 10, a largo- quantity of paper by depriing them of one of the candi- tioned. been no change in localities. Sunday, and went out la his carriage. Monyesterday a stong escort of Mexican hanges" entcrurod dates who had sought votes, had the iu miking th very remarkable peace. day and yesterday he alo felt much bet- parently in situation. They talk of carrying The Chotera Ssvere in Japan. stopped at Matamoras and took Juan plates, ani pumts, brushes and acid used changed the result of the election by Wesixt Bell, colored, while going to his ter. Last night Mr. Tilden was taken Wo were received by host aid Saldovn. tho leader of several "revolutionagain with the samo si mptoms while half a dozen gentlemen ourthe Fkanvisco, Aug. S. Cholera is now in erasing the original figures on the notes, giving to Caldwell votes he would not West Virginia and Tennessee; but we work the other morning at Louisville, was Sx Yokohama and Tokio, Japan. In tho plates Laving been made in Detroit. of fami, ary baudit-- . recently captured, and Ti alhave heard tin same foolish talk for run over by an engine and killed. Tho in the parlor, nnd was supported t his room ii by his valet and private secretary, George and for some time we sat in a fine opui idad Ortez. a wild youth of gxl fanii.y. raging in aud will otherwise have received. A vote on Detective liogers took has amounted to u frightful the former place it is worso than ever be- iiotifytlio "United States Government of the case was anticipated by Caldwell's many years, and it K. Smith. On reaching his room tho who is implicated in the killing of a youu' drinking pa'e straw-cd- nothing. Thtre were circumstances of locomotive ground him into e perirnced considerable trouble In receptionin hall,simple form, hi- - pistoN and five days (July 15 to 'JO) tho the fiud. fore. During mass. nincher imnied (iHrcia. for i its and idavicr lioc, from tho barrncka of tjio KfV"-tf- Jn-- J SUSS resignation. a very pojiiila'r character which gave brcathinc. This alarmed his friends, ami Dr. ored tea y RBil Th,c patent avas suffer-son Thu euc of Hoar is the same a.s that them" phenomenal strength, both in Jonxxr JvociiEXKOTn, Siramnnyniai. diarrhea,' and was In , .. - eon, the iiopc oOtic"1 tfarrtry out iiTtoTtfe" cUtintT V.nr5sn5.T iiftv. Turo is overv reason to lour ;h: 1 1. Agency Assigns. SnHBfTTO"ff?C"ttna vry mem. baiuova was lormeriy a Kbchenrotb. Louisville, of Caldwell, with this difference in Virginia and in West Virginia, in 1884. of ureat distress. Tho difficulty otased after a nouse. rresentiy our nose iwuo isinter- and Ortez, wuo had lieen a ruraluone-itua- aiiil will spread further, as the atmosph. i .o 9 Edwin Alden. proCjscinnvti. Aug guard conditions are at tho present time favorwhile, and ho was placed in bed. Later he friendly to foreigners, anil, from fivor of the latter: He paid his money, which ean never occur again, and was frightfully mangled by a ferocious a policeman, had a bad record. was assisted to an easy chair. Dr. Shnmonds course" with them, is less punctilbus able to tho propagation of epidemics. The prietor of the Newspaper Adverti-ina few days ago. The child's bat and got tho rival out of his way, -- o even then they failed lamentably in weather is the hottest experienced sinco Agicy, assigned this morning to Attor-n-vremained with him all night. Early this than most Chinamen on the matte; of tiiat he might receive the votes others their expectations. no hope blew off and fell near tho dog, wh.ch wa morning Mr. Tilden began to grow worse, 171. Up to date only two foreigners Lavo M. AVarner, for the benefit of his t. Montana and was again placed in bed. The pencra-being seen speaking to his women f)lk) of whom died. Ths attacked, nre estimated at loft free. In Hoar's ease the rival did for 18S save in the eighteen States gnawing a bone. Johnny started to retion of gases in his ftoinach and oowels' led us aside and presented us to his Fokt Kcoou. M. T.. August 0. Word 1ms been classes of both foreigners and natives aro creditors. The liabilities ?r0,000 to i.OOO. not cease to b.s a candidate. It only which they carried in 1SS4. and in the cover his hat, when the dog seized him by better 1."A'AX). asets at from distended them and caused a failure in tho -been received fnnu Simmons' sheep corra', omparatively free from the disease. cost tho price of a telegram to make four Mates action of tho heart. A second attack of tbo most kindly and courteous old mobor, on 1 ue causo of this uMsnment is the attachwhich the thigh and literally chewed him up the American fork of the Mussel Shoal, dilbculty in breathing occurred, and Dr. who conducted us to her apartments, The boy's cries attracted help, and when be ment by Smith it A IlNou. of printing the members of the Legislature believe they failed to carry. occurred there Monday Pwift, or yonkers, was called in consultation that a cloud-burMexicans in Texas. in tho Alden bindery, and tho that he would not accept. He was Sow, as every politician of sagacity was rescued tho dog's jaws dropped blood. at 7 a. m. He arrived at Greystone at 8 her son accompanying us. He thct in- evening, which eight of the o'clock, but Mr. Tlden was then beyond the troduced us to his little bride, teed sheep. The cloud exploded at tho utiiicireu Rio Guaxde City, Tex., Aug. 8. A refusal carry theFourth Nationnl Bank to simply lied out of his chance, nnd know?, the Republican political man- Officer Romser and severnl citizens gave head of This refusal longer reach of all medical skill. The two physicians thirteen. His matrimonial ventarcs Dry linn Creek, aud came pouring down m heavy forco of Mexican Revolutionists was oa Saturday. Considerable money those who preferred him to Hoar were agement of these twenty-tw- o States chase alter tSo dog and killed him. Tho consulted together, but nothing could bo have so far been unlucky, two previous a solid walltwenty-twfeet high, carrying crossed tho river into Texas on Thursday has ben ioit recently and helped to hasten lied out of their chance to vote their has its head and center in their Repre- child was quickly put under surgical treat done. Xo words were uttered by Mr. Tllden after "Dr. Switt's arrival. He remained con- wives Uaving died very early. This ons off nearly tho entire honl and almost night- - A troop of tho Eighth United the asiignment. preference, and enough voted for Hoar sentatives in the United States Senate: ment, and proved to be horribly mangled. scious to the last Tho labored breathing seems ' a nice, bright little lady. Shi drowning a herder. The carcasses of the States Cavalry was ordered yesterday instead to give him the cleetiou. The and it will therefore be of especial in- Ue may not recovor. Tho dog showed nov grew fainter and more feeble, and at 8:15 n. along tbe river tor a animals are strewn Preparing to Leave. lie was sent by telegram from a town terest to inquire how the Republican signs of rabbis. in. the facoor tbedyingman began to change. was very highly rouged, as was als) distance of sixteen miles below the sceuo from Ringgold Barracks to pursue and disarm them. Four hundred Mexican trbops The ashen pallor of death slowly crept over her sister-in-laWashington, Aug. 9. Tho President ex- in Massachusetts, and signed by a per- Senators from the States in question Another sister, be- of disaster. Cokoxek DeGrvtter held an inquest on arrived in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, Friday h's countenance. His eyes slowly closed and his muscles relaxed, and at 6:50 a. m. ho ing indisposed, was not rouged, ntr night, and planted cannons so as to com- pects to leave Washington a week from son known to be so near to Mr. Crapo voted on the report of the Senate com- tho body of a youug Polo named Joseph Six Young Men Drowned In the Lake. breathed his last. years, was the mother, and therefore pleas-antemand Fort Mcintosh, on the American next Wednesday for the Adirondacks. mid that it produced the sain" effect as mittee to dismiss the proposition to in- Jadovski, aged about twenty-threAt tho time of his death the only persons Sahnh., Ost., Aug. C Tuo pleasure side of the Rio Grande. ho is making all his plans in accordance though signed by that gentleman to our eyes; but the Canton ladiei vestigate Senator Payne's election. whom he found lying dead in a rude in tho room were Drs. Simmonds and Swift, yacht Cruiser was caught in the storm of No one doubted its trith, and Tho-- c who voted to vindicate Senator shanty about a mile back of Covington. with tbat idea. One thing that ho is parMiss Anna Gould, a relative; the amanuensis love to lay onthe color thick. There ticularly interested in unending to i tin Mr. Crapo never knew of it until it had Payne arc as follows: Tho only Sena- Sadovski and a r of the dead statesman, and tho faithful no deception about it! It is good, hon- Sunday night and wrecked on Lake Huron. After Natural Gas. named his country seat and valet. Louis Johansen. The room in which est rod, laid thick upon the check, anl She had a crew of six young men, ail of Clsveiand, O., Aug. S. The Standard improTcmcnt of under hissupervtsion. the dono its work ami Hoar had been tor (Republican) from California. Thomas Blayer had been employed by Mr. Tilden died is on tho second tlooronthe Already, iiad come Oil Tbo yacht Company has leased about fifty square south side of theresidence. over theparlor. carried right round the eyebrows. Th3 whom wero drowned. Franco Both Senators (Republican) from Col- Frank Fuucke, a Cincinnati contractor, in been placed in position and tht elected. with Port In the room is a bay window, which over- latter are shaved to refine their form ashoro of atIIopo McKenzie, Fleming tho miles of territory in Eno aud adjoining roof hs Mr. Hoar never masted upon or orado. Both Senators (Republican) digging sand from a bank near tho shanty, large piarza nearly completed, so that tho bodies looks the river on tho southwest. and T. A. Tefcr lashed to counties in Pennsylvania, aud will put htono cottage of a few weeks ago wouul even asked for an investigation to have from Illinois. Both Senators (Repub- and while at work the bank crumbled upon The members of family who arc out of They can not understand why English hardly be recognized in tho handsome edi- it determined whether or not he inaug, town were at oncothe notified by telegraph of ladies should refrain from siich embe- it. The bodies of W. J. Sinclair, Wm. Vidal down about fifty gas wells with the intenlicans) from Kansas. One of the two them. Blayer was fortunately in tuch a tho sad event. Mrs. Helton, a sHterof the. llishment Only when in mourning do and Walter C. Morrison have not yet 1k.'pii tion of piping tho gas to this city. Two fice of urated or connived at this disgraceful Republican Senators from Michigan, position that he was ennbled to escape tho deceased, :s at Narragapsettl'icr. Tho widows recovered. All the young men belong to wells which nro being put down in tho .swindlo by which his present seat in Mr. Sabin, late head of the Republican crushing mass of earth, but his companion of his brothers, Henry and Moses, are at the they refrain from its use, and one the first families- of Sarnia and vicinity, Lebaneff Valley yielded oil in paying quanMr. Tilden's Will. Tilden homestead at Xew Lebanon, N. Ythe Senate was secured. Mr. Crapo National Executive Committee. One was buried under it, and when dug out tities. is that of a bride, who, or. and held prominent business positions. with Colonel Samuel J. Tllden. Jr. Miss Susie New Yokk, Aug. 9. The will of Samuel felt greatly outraged He would most Republican Senators trom shortly after he was dead from suffocation. Tllden. a niece, is nlso at Xew Lebanon. Miss her wedding day, may wear no rouge, J. Tilden was read ut Greystone this after- likely have been elected instead of of the two The only Republican SenChicago Socialists' Picnic. Jtuby Tilden. her sister, is visiting friends in so that whea her red silk veil is removel Central America to Join Mexico. The bricklayers of Maysville struck on Nebraska. the upper part of the State. Andrew H. and the fringe of pearls raised, her Chicago, Aug. S. Tbo Chicago Socialist noon in the presence of all tho relatives ex- Hoar but for the corrupt trickery and ator from Nevada. One of the Repub- theTth. All Union men w ere ordered to St. Lons, Mo., Aug. 6. The Commercio Green, The document is a of Xew York City, a in tho West. at Sheffield, Ind. Five cept thosecoutainingnbout 10.WX) words, and falsehood to which the latter or his lican Senators from Oregon. The only stop work pending the settlement of tho or Mr. Tilden, and who was educated looking on her face for the iirit Del Valle, published in this city, prinu a pickmcked longone, n his ollice, was also notified by telegraph. il friends resorted. And yet, himself Republican Senator who voted from difficulties. letter in its last issue from its correspond- thousand people were present. Dr. Schmidt would occupy about live columns in share The absent members of the family are ex- time, may know for certain what addressed the crowd, exhorting ty?e of nnv one of the great dailies. holding a seat thus tainted by a coarse Pennsylvania, nnd his name was Camof beautv unadorned has fallen to hs ent in the City of Mexico to the effect that stand by the doctrine of Socialismthem to A WATEiisroCT at what is known as pected to arrive tonight. aud to the Presidents and of tho transmit it to their children. Twenty-thre-o Mr.Tiltlen left an estnto valued nt ?..000,000. and vulgar fraud and secured by the eron. The two Senators (Republican) "Brushy Flats," McLean County, a few As soon as the news $ lot. to relatives, the rest to es- votes of members who preferred Crapo, d is left Central American Republics of Salvador. death reached Mayor J. Hartley Dell, of passenger coaches conveyed them to tablish libraries and other institutions for from Rhode Island. One of the two days ago, did considerable damage. The But of all eccentricities of personal Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica and Yonkers, the flags on the cltv buildings were but were falsely told at the opportune Republican Senators from Vermont. surrounding country was overflowed, oddest, I think, is that of Guatemala are now in that city arranging tho grounds. Tho affair was got up to aid public benefit. placed at The feeling or regret is decoration the . universal. Many of the inhabitants were acmoment that he would not stand, Sen- The only Senator (Republican) voting fences and bridges swept away, and the told, young a plan for a union of those States into on a tho defendants in the Anarchists' trial. quainted wither. Tilden, and all speak well gilding the hair, which. I am ator Hoar has been spending his days from Wisconsin. Tho only Republican corn and tobacco crop of the entire vicinity oc confederation, with the ultimate view of Douglass' Successor. girls do on every Canton Fred of him. Advertising Agents Attached. The funeral arrangements were placed in casion, no remember a annexation with the Mexican Republic. uertainiy Wasdixctox, Aug. 9. Mr. Matthews, tho and nights for some weeks past in a Senator from New Jersey. The two was totally destroyed. The rush of water Cincinnati, Aug. S. Allison So Smith, thehandsor undertaker Franklin A. ltigby, time whqjt some English ladies powdered whoso nomination to vain endeavor to smirch Senator Payne. Senators (Republican) from New York. from the smaller branches was so strong The Texas Way. of Yonkers. Privato Secretary Smith said through Kramer & Kramer, their attor- colored Democrat, s were swept So it appears of the twenti'-tw-o they that large numbers of Douglass as Recorder of An investigation of the circumstances this afternoon: "Tho death of tho Governor their hair with gold dust; but then neys, yesterday sued Edwin Alden & Bro., succeedforFred district w as rejected by the attending his own election would show, States to which that Republicans look away from Van Over's mill to the narrows was a great shock to us ail. He hud been owned golden locks to start with,whert-a- s Mattoon, III.. Aug. 6. Scott Dowling this the Deeds and D. A. Robinson, a Texas gambler, gut the advertising agents, for 3,4ai on an quite well for several months. This morning was these are all black and glossy as the into a fight, Robinson struck Howling, account. The firm's notes have pussed Senato. tho President.reappointed to that as above stated, that he holds his seat for success in the campaign of 1SSS bridge. While the waters were at tho he did not seem to know that he was dying, ofllco by by votes stolen from another by con- only eight, as represented by their greatest height James Cecil, who was asand made no allusion t it. Ho retained raven' swing. Chicago Times. unpaid the past few days, it is said. when the latter responded by firing his conc ousnes until the last. Ho died spiracy and falsehood. How long United States Senators, sustained the sisting David Kelloy in his effort to save a tho belligerent Texan. Tho bail at through exhaustion. Cholera Increasing. Governor Tilden stepped on a log. which, would it take him in such a case, if an- Ilalstead-Forake- r entered Robinson'a . ubdomeu, and lii.s reconspiracy, while raft of THE ORANGEMEN. never had. as has been frequently 6tated, Remarkable Pugnacity. Aug. 9. Tho cholera returns sinco other than hinnelf had been involved, fourteen went dead against it. And being insecure, turned, throwing him into covery is doubtful. Rome, miv attack of paralysis. He had a New Youk, Aug. 8. Two drunken New fall some years ago, and this, together with History and Strength or tho Order In tbe the lust report show: In Barletta, 120 new that the beneliciary of the yet the Halstead Commercial has the the water. The swift current carried him Yorkers fought on a pier and in their strug- cases, 53 deaths; Brindisi, 11 new cases, U to conclude bo rheumatism, crippled his right arm. HowPittsburgh-EpdeNorth of Ireland and Elsewhere. c Abating. ever, ho used it In writing and in signing deaths; fraud must - supposed to have been a hardihood te dcaouncc the Republican under the raft, and he was drowned. Ill's gles fell into East river. They continued deaths; Bologna, 8 new cases, The society of the Orangemen Fittsbcrgh, Pa., Aug. C Six new cases lighting m the water. Both were rescued Itnvenno, 10 new cases, 3 deaths; Venice, checks. He had passed most of the time at willing part- to it? What effrontery Senatorial tcprcsentation of these four- body was recovered. Grcrstono for some years. Ho had uot been founded in 1795. The first lodge jras of tynho'd fever and two deaths wero reoue in a dying condition. The other was nowcases, 1 death; elsewhere, 51 new cases, in him to sit in judgement on the title teen States as "corrupt." All of which Tue State Board of Equalization has adNew York 6ince March. The house in in ported The epidemic seems to bo arrested for causing his antagonist's death. 12 deaths. of a brother Senator to a seat in the seems to us especially conducive to Re- journed after effecting an equalization of. Gramercy Park has been in tho car of u man formed in Armagh, and the name was abating. .. body in which he himself is an in- publican harmony, and particularly tho assessment of tho 119 counties of the and two female servants. He was a man of of King William HI, English War Vessels Coming. very active mind, and it has been difficult to taken in honor Tramps Burned to Death. truder. A'. 1'. Sun. National Encampment G. A. R. promising for a Republican victory in State. It fixed the value ot the State at mm to take that rest ana quiet tunt do Prince of Orange. The object of "the get Nkw Red "Wind, Mixx., Aug. 8. Sheldon & PleidesYokk, Aug. 9. The British corvettes "' 'BW.R"a at his age. Ho has had a throat trouble society was avowedly to uphold ProYwt-an- t 188. Upon the whole. Democrrts can $oll,000,)00. The assessors had returned it Sax Fkaxcisco, Aug. 6. At the National and Tourmaline, have been orxor years, wtiicn caused an impediment in Co.'s elevator, nt Eggleston, burned last dered to join the North American fleet, institutions and interests and thus Encampment, G. A. , here, afford to be quitd content with the sit- at $195,000,000. According to the revised DETESTABLE WARFARE. his speech. It was difficult to undervaluation land in Fayette, Bourbon and stand him on that account. It troubled him to counteract the Itonian Catholic secret Fairchild, of Wisconsin, was elected Comma- night. The burning debris fell upon the owing to the continuance of tho Canadian Kxpoturo ot a SAuiple Lot of Hepubtlcan uation. Cincinnati Enquirer. more particularly on lying do n. Insplteof association known as "the defenders." nder-in-Chief. The encampment next railway track, and tho U. P. freight train fisheries dispute. The nature of their inWoodford counties is the best in the State, and New York "Tribune" Falsehoods. it all he went out dally driving, and used his The two opposed societies were soon in- year will be at St. Louis. A resolution in was thrown from the track after the engino structions is not known, but it is surmised POLITICAL DROPS. being valued at $02.50 an acre. Jefferson team yacht Yiklng frequently in trips to eight dollars a month had passed, and seventeen cars, loaded that they are sent bv tho request of tho Nothing could be moro detestably County comes next $00, then Kenton at Sandy Hook aud other points. Ho passed volved in fierce hostility, as nearly aD favor of a pension of Republican party is making $50, and Campbell at $45. You can buy surviving soldier and sailor of tho with merchandise, were burned. Of nine Commander of tho North American squadThe much of his time la reading, and bad proba- of the peasants belonged to one or the to jvcry at tramps in a box car, four wero burned to ron, "w ho desires their presence merely as a mean than those efforts to break down was defeated. war bly ono of the finest book collections in this adespcrate effort to pull itself together. death, three seriously injured and two es- matter of precaution. other, and wherever they met in any simply because the The success of the effort will reveal yourself poor in Perry County, where land reform country. His reading was of a general char$1.50 an acre. In Rowan acter and embraced matters pertaining to numbers fighting and riots were sure to Destroys the Tobacco Crop. caped. administration of it is in Democratic the fact that there isn't as much oi it to is only worth is worth $2.50 an acre, tho Cowboy Cavalry Vo'unteers. othercountries. His last cruUe in his yacht occur. Tho order waned somewhat h County land Aug. (". A Reappointed. Postmasters J.vxesviiae, Wis., was last Wednesday, when he went down the Kiowa, KAx.,Aug. 9. Two hundred volun- hands which consist of gross misreprepull together as there used to be. board having increased tho assessors' reBay- .- , tbe early da-- of the century, buth in the tobacco belt this afternoon did a Wasiiixotox, Aug. S. The President has teers for a cowboy cavalry battalion or- sentation of every thing done and at- J)cs Moines Leader. turn 37 percent. In Bath County the valH. Green arrived 1827, when the Duke of Cumberland bo Andrew great amount of damage. Some fields reappointed J. C. Riley postmaster at Cin- ganized here and will offer their He told n at Greystone at? o'clock It is reported that Editor Mu- -i uation is fixed at $25 an acre, anincreasoof Master, it revived! In 182& north and west of tho city nro entirely cinnati, and W. If. Gillispic, postmaster ut services to tho Sccietary of War, awaiting tempted. The New York Tribune, conreporter that the funeral arrangements would came Grand Halstead has just had his life insured 70 per cent, over the figures at which it was marching orders to Mexico. not lie made until Mrs. Felton, the sister of and 1829 a number of fights occurrei ruined, nnd many planters have lost all Dayton, O. tained an articlcon "nullifyingthe crop. 'Mr. Tilden. and her granddaughter. Mrs. Haz- which were suppressed for another $2.,00J. In view of th'. returned. i militii hope of saving any of tho by the law," which hardly contained present state of Ohio politics and o' Postohlce Robbers Captured. ard, arrived from Narragansett Pier. They Extensive Forest Fires. re expected He said that noth- with difficulty. In 1835 the British parAt tho home of his mother near Carlisle, a truthful statement or a fair inference General Logan's westward march, it New Youk, August S. Four men broko Horrible Railway Accident ing could bo said at present about tho will or liament ordered an investigation of tie Nancy Tanner, a colMiLWArKEE, Aug. 9. For an almost unpostoffice lust night and from beginning to end, and the writer can not bo disposition of the estate. Three of Aug. ft The body of an into tbe Astoriaopen the step is an un- Solomon Royce and that tbo Jackson'. Mich., began forcing tho safe. Theyeie interrupted distance of neurly one hun- was probably aware of that fact. It beassociation. It was found that thirtj-foored woman, quarreled about some birds, Mr. Tilden's y. I Graphic. nieces arrived was mangled in a frightful surprised by a number of officers who had wise one- from Xew Lebanon in company with when Royco hit her with a club in the presregiments of the army had Orange unknown mnn branch yesterday. obtained warning of the intended robbery. dred miles north of Stevens' Point, along gins by saying that the "course" of Colonel Samuel Tilden, jr., lodges; that there were 145,000 Orange- manner ou the scattered along the Senator Blair submitted a report ence of her husband, Henry Tanner, who J. tho line of the Wisconsin Central, forest Democratic ollicials to nullify the law were v interchange of shots between the Mrs. Swaa'ana the Misses Susie and Rub A lively The remuins to the Senate in the matter of the made at Royce with an open knife, but was Tilden. It is expected that the funeral will men in England and 125,000 in Irclani for about a mile. Both legs and both anus burglars and the officers followed. One of fires nre raging and hundreds of men aro is "shown by their method of reorgantoliew-com- b be" held at Grcrstone, and that the interment As the order was declared subversive H and the head were sepnratod from tho the burglars was wounded, and he and one fighting the flames, seeking to save suddenly stopped by Charles Royce, a tho izing the examining boards." After vetoed hill granting a pension will be at New Lebanon in the Presbyterian the peace of communities. Parker. H- -. attempts to be very brother, who shot Tanner In thu left sido The head was found to be but of his comrades were captured and locked towns and villages hemmed in by them. stating what is not true that the Orange cluli trunk. disfigured, and the victim may be Cemetery. The arrangements have not, up. Tho other two escaped. None of tho The complete destruction of the town of rules forbid the appointing oflicerfrom suvere on the President, though ft and breast, killing him instantly. Royce however, been decided upon. The remains, in both England and Ireland wet slightly from the face. Spencer is fully confirmed, and the loss is o ulcers wero hurt. conaave not been placed on ice yet, but are broken up in conformity with a resoli-tio- identified now placed at M00.OO0. Several hundred having access to the list of eligibles, it would seem that discussing pension is a man of some means, and well awaiting the arrival of Mrs. Pelton. peoplo are destitute and homeless. of the House of Commons. Of. first thing the Democratic matters would be a very unpleasant nected, has a wife and six children. Royco Part of Our Navy Going to China. At says: "The The common council or the city of Yonkers A Cherokee Choked. Colbyt a few miles distant, fire is raging on duty for Senator Blair, in view of has been placed in jail under heavy guard net and Bsuwed involutions of re- angcism was revived, however, in 18451 exS. New gret and sympathy for the iamily of the dead and still exists poor widow for whom Little Rock, Akk., Aug. C Kit Ross, steamerYokk, Aug. storeThe United States two sides. It required the desperato ef- ollicials did was to reorganize the her magazine nt forts of tho Esex will largely in the Britisl a Cherokee Indian, was hanged today at boards and to have their his "suit against a a pension, which has for fear of a mob by negroes, who are much Cornell called at statesman. entire population to save tho amining enraged. he had secured aud village. In- - Ellis Island with powder islands, though its processions then Fort Smith for murder, committed in Greystone private secretaries and chief deputies" then proceed to join tbe China Squadron. light. Louisoille Courier-Journa- l. As soon as the death of Mr. Tilden became are forbidden by law. Pebrt Smith,, twenty years ofTage, was was intrd; diau Territory. made tho chairmen and secretaries. just come to It known to the countrr at large, telegrams bethrown from a wagon at Bowling Gren Fatally Kicked by a Hose. This will do for a specimen. gan to come in from Bis leading political and duced into British America in 1829, an The Mystery Still Unsolved. Tho Payne case was investigated and killed. Asleep on the Track. Bloomixotox, Ixi)., personal friends. "Word from as i meetings are not illegal there it. The Democratic "ollicials," meaning Detroit, Mich., Aug. S. William Horri-- Paoli, Orange County,Aug. 9. that John II. Mr. Tllden rarely put bis hand to paper; the political influence is very R, R: Evax has been appointed poststates III., Aug. ft Richara jan, arrested for tho murder of the Knock not organize fully in Columbus by enemies of tho the appointing oflicers, do great and ifc BoNKEii Hill, last time was.to write the telegram of con was run over by family at Woodmere, Mich., has been ih-- Caplmger, a prominent citizen of that or reorganize the examining ooarus. Senator, and the result was a complete master at Kensee, Whitley County. Roessel, sixteen years old, Holenee to the father of Huber O. Thompson. membership enormous. A number met near here, aud killed. Ieased, and the mystery is ns great as ever. ilace, IIo with a fatal accident this morn- That is done by the Mr. ErPERSOX, of Corydon, Henderson The last letter which he signed was written lodges also exist in the United States.- - a freight train failure to discover any criminating eviComwas riding out to work on a ing. Manning, who was the to Secretary Daniel He had 6at down on the track to.rost, fa.1' dence. In any other State that would County, has been appointed blacksmith at wagon, when, going down a hill, some mission at Washington. It has entire Chicago f ling asleep. last guest whoa he had entertained at bis Forest Fires Raging. boards slipped on the horses, when m.. house. Mr. Manning was there for a week, control of the macliinery of examina- have ended the matter. In Ohio the one of the'Indian agencies upon the recom a m Theplaca fell to the ground and was fatally tions. Tho constitution of the examinand leftabout eleven days ago. For some Milwaukee, Aug. 8. Forest fires are training bigots, mindful only of party mendationofHon-PolkLaffooA curious mixture of races was -$60,000 for the Parnelntes. nonths past Mr. Tilden baa busied himself raging in Marathon and Clark Counties, kicked. lie was carried home, but can not ing boards here and in other cities advantage, at once bethought them ol payt $75 a month. DETKOiT,MiCU..Aug.ft Rev. Dr. O'Reilly Wisconsin. Spencer, a towii of one thouwith tbe composition of af amily record of the cently observed in a Buffalo street-cat-recover. He was sixty years old, and ona Thk Hartsfield Portable Smelting ComTi'den family. He traced the line back to whic'i the Tribune criticises was deter- a national investigation. The Senate Chinaman with a lanndry packan. this nioriniig cabled to the trensiirer of tho sand people, vras burned out. Loss, f of tho first citizens of tho county. John Tclden. who lived in the Vale of Telden, a darky with a whitewash-brusthe character of the pany the other day received a carload of fund in London ftl mined by the Republican commission contemplated Irish Parliamentary County of Kent, England, in 1463. Some of Wyoming in their strugNorweaian Town Almost Destroyed. of whicltIr. Eaton was the head, and complainants and at onco refused to silver ore from gneyenne, their works .tertae rvintiy suu reside there. Mr. Tilden com Indian with a basket of sassafras, tt 000 to sustain thoParnellitesgrievances. oa redress of Irish gles f6r tbo Miners Killed by Falling Rock. Steted this work week, nd on Monday of Italian with a bag of grant their request. Its action amounts ritory, to be gmelted at Chiustiana, Aug. 9. The entire business was not a "revolution of the existing peanuts, an IrisK fktavcek be iletated the mrefar hi laat man, by the highest legis- Thornton street, Newport. s Pa., Aug. S. Josiah Richards, portion and fully PtTitocrn, of tlu resipractice, when tho Democrats camointo to a declaration a Dutchman and a genuine Amei. Love and Jealousy. WftutoB. In It be Mrs tbe mrd wm com years, and Griffith R. dence part of the town of Sxien, Norway, office," but rvas precisely the practice lative body in the Union that the Loch, optica hat carrt4 t BnrMs aged forty-on- e MM freW ItfttMtiea t;ck4 un ha and wan uuae maae up quite a "congresa of -Pa., Aug. 0 Jnmco Mo Thomas, aged eTcnty-on- a years, miners, was bumed involving a io. of Wallacctowx, y Urn riy Isadora 1 1 Ohio aro unwcrUij nlwavs pursued. Tho members of tho nitiom," th airtms Wll- - tjwjfi JE7n Claioshot nd killed Ella toJy. wpre Ulllsd by a, fall of rock nod ooftl in Sl.OoaoO". About ou.liair Injur-.kw Tf Mu boanl in tho custom hcueo heft r ? Of tevifofi (ft.e4fii Xf'fiH Kiwtob, iima yc;t?rdri nrt theu ehni t'Im?lfi J?''l?.Vi it hn SAMUEL J. TILDEN, di lw tor Pro-paro- r to-da- y, Ix-ad- r f much-investigate- d " -- cre-tari- es peep-hole- s. fr f nt full-weig- ht inp-roo- Civil-Seryi- ce cmo-crat- lc si i&sgf n CM buai-m-s-.jii- en i mc jSStKf WhTistuinydirtirto j. pro-ce&d- speei-lieall- (3 cool-minde- d ft ijJC llftv-liv- o eom-ini-.s't- on nt lc Fri-bi- - - di-cre- d't i- - three-quarter- s s one-quart- -- one-sixteet- lsS(I-6- " -- J&st5-g- 7 prai--ttcall- y p. 7 scit-tcr- ed H-- t do-si- re court-yards- ," well-contriv- ed - oddly-shape- ta-po- ts, a, ("redit-Mobili- or oro-ment-al s ; cu black-wo- Livo-stoc- k od 1 Van-derpo- pleuro-pneu-inoni- a iuv-alr- y Th.-roha- jkim-isIo- 1 with,-anicft-littl- o .,.'! a ,to-Z- -- five-year-o-ld A'j i. g bull-do- g, A The-hav- e Cloud-Burs- above-mentione- d, st firm'--pape- r. o r e hini-bol- f. fellow-labore- lesi-denc- c.' - -, htw-ban- d, to-da- y uon-nare- One-thir- haif-ma6- t. m full-dre- ss l saw-log- to-dn- v er saw-log- s, n--a 1 15 to-da- r1 . i R-- Civil-Servi- ce Hail-Stor- m hail-stor- s to-da- Civil-Servi- ce to-nig- ur Air-lin- o trk -- to-nig- to-da- m to-da- Civil-Servi- ce Inter-Ocea- n. .-- Cap-ling- er A i. n. AX),-00- 0, h, lt two-third- u m.ttu to-da- Da-ri- s d, Vrl HI ! c- - Mk. -- :hv ' ? ,j . T. m, f.vt r-- " .- t: i t ." TALMAGE'S SERMON. - A Rural Sormon on the Babylonian Midnight HSveL Th Handwriting; on the Wall Interpreted Coder Modern Light Death an Intruder at the Feast; Death Alio at Oar Feasts. o Rev. T. De Witt Talmage addressed an immense thron? on a recent Sabbath at Monona, a rural suburb of Madison, Wis., If i V - rr r V ft taking for his subject tho Babylonian midnight revel. The text was: In that night was Belshazzar tho King of the Chaldeans slain. Daniel v.. 30. Dr. Talmage said: Feasting has been known in all ages. It was ono of the most exciting times in English history when Queen Elizabeth visited Lord Leicester at Kenilworth Castlo. The moment of her arrival was considered o important that all the clocks of the castle were stopped, so that the hands might point to that one moment as being the most sizniflcant of all. She was greetod at the gate with ftoatincr islands, and torches, and the thunder of cannon, and fireworks that set the night ablare, and a great burst of music that lifted the whole scene into perThen she was introfect enchantment. lie that wa ver-tIs like a wave of the sea the luxuries of duced into a dining-hawhich astonished the world; four bun ired driven with the wind and tossed James, servants waiting uron the guests; the en- I., 6. Hugh Latimer offended the King by a tertainment cost $r,O0O each day. Lord sermon he preached, and the King bald: Leicester mado that great sunpor in & "Hugh Latimer, come nnd apologize." Castle. Cardinal Wolsey entertained the French "I will," said Hugh Litimer. embasMiors at Hampton Court. The best So tho day was appointed, and the cooks the land prepared for the ban- King's chapel was full of lords and dukes, quet; purveyors went out and traveled all and tho mighty men nnd women of the the kingdom over to find spoils for the 'country, for Hugh Latimer was to apolo table. The time came. The guests were gize. He began his sermon by sayjng: "Hugh IXittmer, theej Thou art kept during the day hunting in the King's park, so that their nppetite might be keen; j In the presence of thine rartkly King, who and then in tho evening, to tho Bound of can destroy the body! But bethink thee, the trumpeter, they were introduced into Hugh Latimer that thou nrt in tho presa ball hung with silk and cloth of gold, ) ence of tho King of Heaven and eaith, who can destroy both body and soul In and there were tanies aglltter wjtli imperial plate, and laden with tho rarest of hell fire. O. Kinz, cursed be thy crimes!" meats, and ablush with the costliest wines; 2. Another lesson that comes to us: and when the second courso of the feast There is n great difference between the came it ws fcun 1 that the articles of opening of the banquet of sin and its close. food hid been fashioned Into the shape of Young man, if you had looked in upon the men, birds nnd beasts, and groups danc- banquet in the first few hours you would ing, and jousting parties riding against have wished you had been Invited there each olheririth lances. Lords nnd princes and could sit at the feast. "O, tho grandand embassadors, cut of cups fille-- to tho eur of feast,"you would have brim, drank the health, first of the Iviniof stid; but yon look in at the close of the England, and next to tho Kins of Fan'-o- . iain,ue" nnd your blood cu'dles with hor Cardinal Wolsey prepared that great ror. The King of Terrors has there n glu.s-lie- r supper in Hampton Court. banquet; human blood is the wine nnd dying groans a e the music. Sin Hut my text takes us to a more exci'ing banquet. 2ight was about to come down lias made itself a king in the earth. It has upon Babylon. The shadows of her ?." crowned itself. It has spread a banquet. towers began to lengthen. The Euphrates It invites all the world to come to it. It rolled on touched by tho fiery splendors of has hung in its banqueting ball tho spoils of all kingdoms nnd tho h.inners of all naburnthe setting sun, and gnte of ished nnd glittering, opened and shut like tions. It has gathered from all music. It taLle wealth doors of flame. Tho hnnging gardens of has slrewn a from its An1 tt the nftatiand ) fiAti lis trice rttnl Bnbvlon, wet with heavv ' ! . T that Imnqiu-- t broken up. an I how horriblo to pour from starlit Mowers ' . is its end! Ever and anon there U a hand- leaf a fragrance for ninny nines urounu. ii writing nn The streets and squares were lighted for great culprit the wall. A king falls. A is arrested. The knees of dance and frolic and promenade. The wi kedness knocked together. God's judg theaters and palUries of art invited the ment, like nn armed host, breaks in upon wealth and pomp nnd grandeur of the citv the banquet, nnd that night is Belshazzar, to rare entertainments. Scenes of riot nnd wassail were minded in every street, the King of the Chaldeans, slain. nnd godless mirth and outrageous excess Here is a young man who says: "I can nnd splendid wickedncs caino to the not see why they make such a fuss about King's palace to do their mightiest deeds the intoxicating cup. Why, it is exhilof darkness. A royal feast at arating. It mnkes me feel well. I can tho King's palace! Rushing up to talk better, think better, feel better. 1 can tho gates are chariots upholstered not see why people have such a prejudice with precious cloths from Decnn and against it." A few years pass on and ho d drawn by horses from Tognrmnh wakes up and finds himself in the clutches that rear and neigh in the grasp of th e of an evil habit which he tries to break, charioteers; while a thousand lords disbut he can not; and ne cries out: "Oh, mount, and women dresed in all the Lord God, help me!" It seems as though splendor of Syrian emerald, and the color God would not hear his prayer, nnd in an Mending of neato. and the chasteness of agony of body and soul h cries out: roral, and the nmber glory of Tyrinn purIt bltcth like a serpent and atingeth like an ple, and princely embroideries brought by camels ncross the desert and adder. from afar How bright it was at the start! how by ships of Tarliish across the sea. Open black it was at the last! t ide the rates mid let the gucts come in ! Here Is a man who b'gins to read Tlie chamberlains and tho are all ready. Hark to the rnstle of the silks French novels. "They are so charming," and to the carol of the music! Seethe ho says; "I will go out and seo for myself blaze of the jewels! Lift the banners! whether all theso things are so." Ho Fill the cups! Clap the cymbals! Blow opens tho gnto of a sinful life. Ho goes the trumpets! Let the night go by with in. A sinful sprite meets him with her song and danco and ovation; and let that wand. She waves her wand and it is Babylonish toncne bo palsied that will all enchantment. Why it seems as if the angels of God had poured out phials of not ay: "Oh, King Belshazzar, live forperfume in the atmosphere. As ho walks ever." on he finds the hi! W becoming moio radiant Ah, my friends! It was not any comwith the falling water. O, what a charmmon banquet to which these great people ing landscapo he sees! But that sinful came. All parts of the earth had sent sprite with her wand meets him again; their richest viands to that table. Brackbut now she reverses the wand, nnd ail the ets and chandeliers flnshed their light up- enchnnment is gone. The cup is full of poion tankards of burnished gold. Fruits, son. The fruit turns to ashes. All the ripe and luscious, in baskets of silver en- leaves of the bower are forked tongues of twined with leaves, plucked from roynl hissing serpents. Tho flowing fountains conservatories. Vases inlaid with emer- fall back in a dead pool, stenchful with ald and ridged with exquisite traceries, corruption. The luring songs become .filled with nnts that were threshed from curses nnd screams of demoniac laughter. 'forests of distant lands. Wine brought Lost spirits ga.her about him, and feel for from the royal vats, foaming in the decanhis heart, nnd beckon him on with: "Hall ters nnd bubbling in the chalices. Tufts brother! Hail, blas'ed spirit! Hni !" He of cassia and frankincense wafting their tries to get out. He comes to the fron sweetness from wall and table. Gorgeous door, where he enro-l- nnd tries to push banners unfolding in the breez that came it back, but the door turns nzainst him; through the opened windows, bewitched and in the jar of that shutting door he with the perfume of hanging gardens. hears these words: Fountains rising np from inclosures of This nlulit Is Belshazzar, the King of the ivory in jets of crystal, to fall in clatterChaldeans, slain. ing rain of diamonds and pearls. StatSin may open bright as tho morning; it ues of mighty men looking down from clcsrs dark as the night. niches in the wall upon crowns and 3. I thi subject that shields brought from the subdued em- death learn further from in upon a banpires. Idols of wonderful work standing quet. sometimes breaks Why did he not co down to the on pedestals of precious stones. Embroidprisons in Babylon? There weie people eries drooping about tho windows nnd wrapping pillars of cedar, and drifting on there that would like to have died. I supfloor inlaid with ivory and agate. Music, pose there were men nnd women in tormingling the thrum of harps, and the ture in that city who would have welcomed death. But ho comes to the palace, clash of cymbals, and the blast of trumpets in one wave of transport that went and just at the time when the mirth is pitch death breaks rippling nlong the wall and breaking dashing to tho among the garlands, and pouring down in at the banquet. We have often seen Here is a the corridors and thrilling the souls of a the same thing illustrated. thousand banqueters. The signal is given, young man just come from college. He and the lords and ladies, the mighty men is kind. He is loving. He is enthusiastic. and women of the land, come around the He is eloquent. By one spring he may table. Four out the wine ! Let foam and bound to heights toward which many bubble kiss the rim! Hoist every one his men have been struggling for years. A cup and drink to the sentiment: "O, King profession opens before him. .He is esBelshazzar, live forever!" Bestarred tablished in the law. His friends cheer beadband and carcanet of royal beauty him. Eminent men encourage him. Afgleam to the uplifted chalices, as again ter awhile you may see him standing In the Amerxan Senate, or moving a popuand again and again they are empAway tied. with caro from lar assemblage by his eloquence, as trees Tear the palace. royal dfenity are moved in a whirlwind. Stale night txTtatters. Four ont more wine! Give us ho retires early. A fever is on him. Delirium, like a reckless charioteer, more light, wilder music, sweeter perinthe reins of his fume t Lord shouts to lord, captain ogles seizes to captain. Goblets clash, decanters rat- tellect. Father and mother stand by and tle. There come in the obscene song and see the tides of life going out to the great the drunken hiccough.and the slavering lip ocean. The banquet is coming to an end. and the guffaw of idiotic laughter, burst- Tho lights of thought and mirth and eloing from the lip of princes, flushed, reel- - quence are being extinguished. Tho gar ing, bloodshot; while mingling with it all lands are snatched from the brow. The I bear: "Huzza, huzza, for great Belshaz- vision is gone. Death at the banquet! We saw the same thing on a larger seal zar!" illustrated at the last war In this country. What is that on the plastering of the wall? Is it a spirit? Is it a phantom? Is Our whole Nation had been sitting at a it God? The music stops. The goblet-fa- ll National banquet North, South, Enstand from the nerveless grasp. There is r West. What grain was there but wo grew our thrill. There is a start Thero is n it onour hills? What invention was there rivers Hunt turn the new wheel thousand-voice- d shriek of honor. Lei but and rattlethestrangeshutllo? What warm Daniel be brought ino read that writing. furs bntour traders must bring.them from He comes (n. He reads it: the Arctic? What fish but our nets must Weighed in the balance and found want. sweep them for the markets? What music Ing. butitmustsing in our halls? What eloMeanwhile the Assyrians, who for two year had been laying siego to that city, quence bnt it must speak in our senates? Ho! took advantage of that carousal nnd catnr from to the National banquet, reaching mountain to mouutain and from in. I hear the feet of tho conquerors on the palace stairs. Massacre rushes in to sea! To prepare that banquet the sheep-foland the aviaries of the country sent with thousand gleaming knives. DeatI bursts Hpon the scene; and I shut the doo their best treasures. The orchards of that banqueting hall, for I do not want piled up on the table the sweetest to look. There is nothing there but torn fruits. The presses burst out with new banners and broken wreaths, and the wines. To sit at that table came the yeoslash of upset tankards, and the blood of manry of New Hampshire, and the lummurdered women, and the kicked and bermen of Maine, and the tanned Carolinian from tho rice swamps, and the hartumbled carcass of a dead king. For vesters or Wisconsin, and the Western la that Bight was Belshazzar slain. emigrant from the pines of Oregon, and 1. I Iarn from this, that when God we were all brothers writes anything on tho wall a man had quet. Suddenly the brothers at a banleast ended. What better read it as it is. Daniel did not mismeant those mounds thrown up atChicka interpret or modify the handwriting on the hominy.Shf lob. Atlanta.Gettvburg, South wall. It is all foolishness to expect a Mountain? What mernt minuter of the gospel to preach always grain fields turned info those golde a pasturing things that tho people like or the people round for cavnlrv horses? What uicau' cfceo?. Wiiet shall I preach to you to tbaenin.UcMijraiiip; V.IU af f Mall I UU yiju ol ths lUitnliy of 1&9 henry supply lrnln." the wheals t ll Ken-ilworth human nature? Shall I till you of the wonders that yourracehave accomplished? "Oh, no," you say, "tell me the message that came from God." I will. If there is any handwriting on the wall it is this lesson: "Repent, accept of Christ and bo saved." I might talk of a great many other things, but that is the message, and so I declare it. Jesus never flattered those to whom he preached. He said to those who did wrong and who were offensive in his sight: "Ye generation of vipers? Ye whited sepulchors! How can ye escape the damnation of hell?" paul the Apostle preached beforo a man who was not ready to hear him preach. What subject did ho take? Did he say: "Oh, you are a good man, a very lino man. a very noble man?" No; he pteached of righteousness to a man who was unrighteous- - of temjerance to a man who the victim was of bad appetites; of the judgment to come to a man who was unfit for it. So wo must always declare the message that happens to como to us. Daniel must rend it as it is. A minister preached before .Tames I. of England, who was James VI. of Scotlnnd. What subject did ho take? The King was noted all over the world for being uusottled and wavering in his Ideas. What did the minister preach about to his man who was James I. of England and James VL of Scotland? He took for his text: inll k rivers of tears, those lakes of blood?. God was angry. Justice must come. A handwriting on the wall ! The Nation had bean weighed and found wanting. Darkness! Darkness! Woe to the North! AVoe to the South! Woe to the East! Woe to the West! Death at he banquet! 4. I have also to learn from the subject that tho destruction of the vicious nnd of those who despise God will be very sudden. Tho wave of mirth had dashed to the highest point when thnt Assyrian army broke through. It was unexpected. Suddenly, almost always, comes the doom of those who despise God nnd dofy the laws of men. How was it at tho Deluge? Do you suppose it came through a long northeast storm, so that people for days before wore sure it was coming? No; I suppose the morning was iirigut; mas calmnes- - brooded on tho waters; that beauty sat enthroned on tho hills, when suddenly tho Heavens burst, and tho mountains sank like anchors into the sea, that dashed clear over the Andes and tho Himalayas. The Red Sea was divided. The Egyptians tried to cross it. Thre could bo no danger. The Israelites had just gone through. Where they had gone why not the Egyptians? Oh, it was such a beautiA pavement of tinged ful walking-placo- ! shells and pearls, and on either side two great walls of water solid. Thero can be no danger. Forward, great host of tho Clap the cymbals and blow Egyptians! the trumpets of victory! After them! Wo will catch them yet, nnd they shall be destroyed! But tho walls of solidified water begin to tremble. They rock! They fall! The shriek of The rushing waters! drowning men! The swimming of tho in vain for the shore! Tho strewing of the great host on the bottom of the sea, or pitched by tho angry wnves on the beach a battered, bruisod and loathsome wreck! Suddenly destruction came. hour before they could not havo believed it. Destroyed, nnd without remedy. I am just setting forth a fact which you have noticed as well as I. Ananias conies to the apostle. Tho apostle says: "Did you sell the land for so much?" Ho says, "Yes." It was a lie. Dead! As quick as that! Sapphira, his wife, comes in. "Did vou sell the land for so much?" war-horses THE OTIIER SIDE. Evidonco for tho Defense in the Anarchists' Trial. Testimony to Iroo thut tlio Tollo Did All the Shooting ItnltlUhlne Aill). for bchwutt nnd Parsons ricldttt on tho Stand. Chicaho, Aug. a In tho Annrchist trial Mayor Harrison was tho first witness for the defense yestordny. Ho told how he had attended tho Hnymarket meeting on the night of May 4,and listened tothe speeches ot tno Auarcntsts. uis ohject was to seo for himself whether or not there wcio anv indications of violence, intending to order the meeting dibpersed at tho first wild outbreak. Ho had come to the conclusion that the meeting was a harmless affnir and went home, leaving Inspector Bonneld in charge of tho polico at the street fetation, having first ordered nil the at tho other nations to bo sent to their regular duties. Under ho told how, nbout noon on tho day of May 4, he recoived an account of a rumor that tho freight-houseol the Des-plains TItVINO TO BK U TIIEIlt NECKS. s Chicago, were to One-ha- lf rumor had caused him to attend thedemon-strntiont tho Hnymarket, but nothing occurred during his stay there to warrant uis uiKiim ucuon io wrcaK hd iiiq meeting. B. Siuvoson was the second witness for th" defense. He is a traveling salesman for Rothschild fc Brothers, cloiuiors, and a natnoof Chicago. Ho had ben ot tho Hnymarket meeting, and had gone from that placo to tho Despluines street station during tho early stages of the gathering, and had held a conversation with Inspector Bonfield, Captain Ward and Major Harrison. Bonfield. he said, had told hm that it women and children wefenot in the crowd he would tako tho notice down nnd clean them out; that if he could got three thousandof them together away from tho women he would mnko short work of them. Ho had beer ir's-n- t on tho Hay market when tho bomb was thrown. Ittmi not come from the ally, bu from a point on tho sidewalk twenty feet south of tho alloy; it had lallon among tho poln-o- ; Bring had commenced lmtnodiatelv after, not from the crowd, but from the police. He was most positive on tho latter point, and hung to it tenaciously under tho hottest of which Attorney n cross-examinati- Milwuukeo & St. Paul railway burned on that evening at the close of tho Havmarket meeting. This oo had no pistol and fired at nobody with any thing. He sworo there was no annod section ot tho American group. Thero was what was caitea the "international Rifles," but they bad no rifles or arms of nny kind; they merely practiced marching for picnic occasions. Thomas Brown, who was also confined in the jail because of his connection with the conspiracy, had seen Parsons in Zepfs Hall when tho explosion occurred, had never heard of the signal "Ituhe," and was a member of tho American group. The showed that he had lent Parsons five dollars tho night of tho riot to help him to get out of the city. The witness also corroborated most of Schneider's testimony. Henry W. Spies, a brother ot the -Annrchist on trial, told a sensational storj- to the effect that some one tried to shoot his brother August as he was jumping off tho spoakers' wagon when me uomu oxpioueu; mat no illeurv) struck down tho revolver and iecevcd tho bnll himself, nnd that ho knocked tho revolver out of the assailant's hand clear under the wagon. He swore that he followed his brother and Schnnu-bol- t from tho wagon to Union street and back while they were looking for Parsons to speak to tho meeting, and that Schwab wns not with his brother at anv timo. Neither did his brother enter Crano Brothers' alley. He acknowledged having told the Stato officials and detectives a string of falsehoods ns to his whereabouts that night. August Krueger said ho was with Schnaubolt about ten o'clock tho night of the not, walked with him to Clinton street, on Randolph, and saw lam stmt forborne beforo the explosion occurred. John F. Wnldo, a printer ami n member of tho Vmencan Group, said the police did all tho tiring, m cross-exapolice ination tho witness sworo that the explo- fired two or three shots before the cross-examinatim XLIXTII C0NGHESS. Flrit Sesnion. Washington, Aug. 3. eral deficiency bill wns and agreed to. tend the appropriations Senate. The genreported from A resolution to exwas objected to and rent over. A reported resolution to Aiiirust 4 went over on objection of Mr. Hoar, who wanted his bill for "National Inquests" considered first. A vetoed jenlnn bill tvas taken tip and considered. The debate wns Interrupted In order that the amendments to the fortification bill could oe Insisted upon ind a conference committee appointed. Tho river and harbor conference report was then submitted, intcrruptlnir the pension debate tKain. Mr Kdmuuds called for the reading con-rcren- Driving Piles With Dynamite. of Pesth, has been -- Cansas tha blood to heat and Ret Into a depleted condition, and weakens ths whola system, thus kIt-l- n an43 3 jnche3 th;ck in a perfectiy opportunity for scrofula, salt rheum, bolU anij ter to the horizontal position on the pile to be humors to comevttalUodsurface. The blooi should by taking Ilood's Sarsapa-rlllbe purified and driven, dynamite cartridge in the which will expel all impurities and sire tone form of a disc, containing 17 2 ounces and strength to the whole body. I had four scrofulous sores come on my feet, of dynamite, is placed on the iron plate a shoe. I could not and cmlodcd by electricity. It is stated which grew so Ibad that mo any good,wearone day Nothing which took did till that the pile is driven by each explosion I raw Hood's Sarsaparilla adTertUed In the paper, to a (fepth equal to live blows of a pile and decided to try It. I have takenwo bottles and engine weighing 14 4 Vienna hundred the sores are almost entirely heale" Itus. ADDIS weight falling 9 feet 10 inches. Tho Pitts, South Potlam, N. Y. for dyspep'Ia.-whlcI took Hood's Sarsaparilla It appropriates 5H.47J,'.,0o. iron l&toon the average resists twenty-fiv- e I had tor nine or ten years, suffering terribly with of the bill. It. It has entirely cured me, and I recommend It to explosions. X. Y. Post. or about JCTO.Hfl less thnn when it passed others who suffer with this disease." Has. A. report was the Ilouso. The conference ad-lou- rn usingynamite for driving piles. He placesn jron piato 15 jncues n diame- Hot Weather a. a 1-- 3-- h ijrrecd -- mis Mary Clin r.o, Aug. . Testimony was presented by tho dofouso in tho Anurchists' s lag-ha- m "Yes."" i j It was a lie, and quick as that she was dead! (Sod's judgments are upon those who despise and defy him. Thoy come suddenly. Tho destroying nngel went through Egypt. Do you suppose that any of the that he was coming? Did they hoar the flap of his great win;;? No, no. Suddenly, unexpected he came. peoplo knew a journeyman working nt Fenton & Co.N, was then cnllcd. Ho had occupied a positiou near tho mouth of the alley, from which it has been stated tho bomb was thrown on the night ot tho Haynrirket meeting, and, in otlect. contradicted the State's witness. (Jilnier, ns to Siuos or Soiiwan outer-Intho alley as testified to. Ho also swore thnt the firing of pistols camo from tho polico and not from tho crowd, so farts tie was able to seo from tho point ho occu lianiw-maker, g is cnnnblo. Carl Richtor, pied ''" I I ht fire-eye- cup-lioare- rs I Skilled sportsmen do not like to shoot a bird standing on a Sprig near by. If thy are skilled thoy pride themselves on tak- ing.it on tho wing, and thoy will wait till it starts. Death is an old sportsman, and ho loves to take men flying under the very sun. He loves to take them on tho wing. Are there any hore who nre unprepared for the eternal world? Are there any hero who have been living without God and without hope? Let me say to you that you had hotter nccept of the Lord Jesus Christ, lest suddenly your last chance be gone. Tho lungs will ceaso to broatho, the heart will stop. Tho timo will como when you shall go no more to the office, or to the store, or to tho shop. Nothing will be left but death, and judgment, and eternity. Oh, flee to God this hour! If there be one in this presence who has wandered away from Christ, though he may not have heard the call of tho gospel formony a year, I invito him now to come and be saved. Flee from thy sin! Flee to the stronghold of the gospel ! y I invito you to a grander banquet than any I have mentioned. My Lord, the King, is tho banqueter. Angels aro All the redeemed arc tho the guests. Tho balls of eternal life, frescoed with light and paved with joy, and curtained with unfading beauty, are the banqueting placo. The harmonies of eternity aro the music. The chalices of Heaven are the plate; and I am One of the servants coming out with both hands filled with invitations, scattering them everywhere; nnd of that, for yourselves, you might break tho seal of tiuru.o, Aug. 4. ilie proceedings tho Anarchists' tual yesterday began with tho testimony of Dr. James 1. Taylor, seventy-six venrs of ago and rather deaf, lie bud lieen'at the Hayimirkot niotmg from twenty iiiiiiu.es bof ore the speaking until after tho bomb wasoxnloded. He contradicted the State's witness, Gins to tho jiomt from which lmer, cornnd the bomb was thrown. roborated the testimony of Siraouson. pistol-firinHo sworo thnt tho lh had commenced simultaneously with tha report of tho bomb explosion." fiom the polico officers ami not from tho crowd He sworo thnt ho did not seo ono shot fired by tho members, of tho rctrent-ingciowcom-menceg u d. trial yesterday concorning Schwab's nt Deermg from 'J :'M to 10:30 p. m. of also shown that Fischer May 1. It was at Zupf's Hall when tho bomb exploded. A weak attempt was made to prove that nt least ono ot the policemen wounded ut the Hnymarket was struck by a polico bullet, hvidonco was nlso given that at tho meeting, near MeCormick's, on May 3, Spies advised tho peoplo not to go to the factory More evidonco dnmaging to the character of Gilmer was introduced, bur.ng tho day testimony was also offered to prove that Fischer ordcomo armod" ered tho "working-meclaiisoojtof tho "Revenge" circular iu the Mrs presence of Spios nnd Schwab. Holmes, tho Anarchistic editress of tho .Ifarm, took the stand nnd swore to seeing Parsons nnd Fislmr in Zepfs Hall ut tho time the bomb exploded. Intense interest was awakened when in tho afternoon Fieli'en, one of the defendants, took the stand. He preferred making nn affirmation to taking nn oath, and He tho judge allowed him to allirm. told a graphic nnd vivid story of bu experience in ili'j riot, tho listning with strained attention. Arising in his chair, ho illustrated how, when Captain Ward had ordered tho meeting to peaceably disperse, he hud lient forward to tho captain and "Why. cap d in conciliatory tonestain, this is a peneenblo meeting." He told how tho peoplo "bowled in agony" as ti ey frnntic.illv tried to escape tho terr bio storm of bullets poured on them from the ranks of the polico after tho explosion. Ho denied thnt ho ever bad a revolver or ever filed a shot in his life. Ho gave what seemed a fnir synopsis of hit speech to tho crowd, including his advice to "throttle tho law." Referring to the testiiiuny of tho Pinkortou dotoctive, Jnnsen, regarding u certain conversation with himself in Decemlior. ho said ho know long before that that Janscn was n detective and that if ho wanted to talk nbout dynamite ho would not havo leen such a fool ns to talk nliout it with Jnusen of all pres-enc- o lumber-hhovera' taken on the vetoed pension bill of J. Nottatre, and It rnl'ediOKetthoiieccs-lur- j yeas Srt, nays 19. Tho Rome i'cr pension hill was then taken up. and on he statement of Senator Wilson, of that It hnd been vetoed under a misapprehension, was passed over tho veto unanimously. At 6 o'clock the Senate took n recces until 8 p in., the night session beinic for the oneiderutlon of tho sundry civil bill. Hou.sk. The President's niessaue anoun-rinhis approval of the oleomargarine bill wns read; aNo, his message trnusinittlnir the papers in the Cutting case The conference report on the river and harbor bill was presented, and after it had been read filibustering was resorted to to prevent a vote. Tho report was finally adopted j ens 121, uajs OS. l'he rciort on the General Deficiency Appropriation bill was read and agreed to Tho conference report on the surplus resolution nrim eolmiiltci). In tin tirlntcil in the Mr. Morrison giving notice he would call It up hereafter The Sundry Civil bill was then reported and adopted yeas, l'.ti: najs, as. At ' p. in. th House adjourned. Washington, Amr. 4. Sr.NVTE. The Grant relics, presented In n collection to the I'nlted states Iiv W H. Vandcrbllt. were accepted by loint resolution. An attempt to tnko up bills an the calendar wns oppoecd by Mr. Edmunds on account or tlie lateness 01 ine season ana the amount or work tho President had before the him. Tho backbone land grant wn ninde Despecial order for the setond Mondny In n A bill wns pureed extending the cember. for immedlnte delivery to nil articles bearing an immediate delivery stamp. The tit to restrict tlio ownership of real estate In tho Territories to American citizens was pnssed and sent to conference. An attempt two-third- to without 11 division A voto s Mnry-nnc- l, g "I used Hood's Sarsaparilla for dyspepsia wltls for Consumption? We taswer unreservedly, yes I If the the best results." A. Cclvek. Council Bluffs. Ia. patienlcommenees ia time the use of Dr. .Tiercel "iroulen Medical Discovery," and exerchjs proper care. H allowed to run Sold by all druggists, fl; six for 13. Prepared by itscousMtoo long- - all medicinois power- C. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass. less, toiuy it. Dr. Pierco never deceives a IOO Doses One Dollar patient by holding out a false hope for the sake o pecuniary gain. The "Golden Medical Discovery" nas cured thousands DR. JOHN BULL'S of patlnts when nothing else seemed to avail. ,Your druggist baa it. Send two etampsfor Dr. Pierce's completo treatise on coaumptton with numerous testimonials. Iddress "World's Dispensary Medical Associition, Buffalo, N. Y. FOR THE CURE OP YotJcjn prevent milk from souring, in a thunder1 storm by drinking it just before the stocn begins. 1 thre a Care NonToy. Chlcopee, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Smitl's Tome SyruB Or CHILLS and FEVER, FEVER and AGUE of womon bless tho dav on which Dr. Pierce's "Favorito Prescription" was nude known to them. In all those causing backache, dragging-dow- n Knntious, nervous and general debility, it i$a sovereign remedy. Its soothing and helling properties render it of the utmost vnfco to ladies suffering, from fevu," congestion, inflammation, or uicerauai. ny aruggists. TnotSASns 'in-tern- al AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. Tho proprietor of this celebrated taedicia jest ly claims for it a inperionty over all remedies ever offered to the public for the SAFE, CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT can of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, wheth- syo-let- 1 like a comett it hs a headlight and carries a long trala- .- Y. Telajram. "Wnr is 1 locomotive Bi-cat- n ro-ii- li - people. fr Randolph street it. M. Moses, of No. was put on the stand to testify us to the generul leputation of Harry Gilmer for truth nnd voracity. Ho testified that it was very bad; that ho would not beliovo him under oath; nu 1 ho envotho names of severnl others who had, ho saul. lik views. Ono of these. Austin Mitchell, was callod, but upon iviug asked If he knew the his neighreputation of Gilmer amt-nbors for truth and veracity ho an301 SHOT DEAD. Chief, Captain Hall, an Killed During it Juarrel wit It Ills Wife. CiiicAuo, Aug. 7. Captain Wallace W. Hall, formerly chief of the bureau ol the Chicago district, was shot and instantly killed nt 17G Wabnoh avenue about one o'clock this morning. Cap tain Hall and his wife returned from a visit to her mother's house on Wnbaah avenue nbout nine o'clock lat evening. Tho wife claliim that lie wan very drunk nnd repeatedly threatening to kill her. While he vuti partly unlet-nnd talking to hiniflf rihe fiiyn tdic hid in a closet in the room adjoining their front bedroom on the first floor to escape pernonul violence. When he missed her he began looking nigh th houRo. At his request bet 't.itlux joined in the uenrch. In his rage on ho began failing to find her she any tearing one of herdrc6ses to pieces. Her lather b gged of him to desist, nnd alio came out from her conce.ilmont to prevent the havoc ho was making with her clothing. Mrs. Hall says that when hot husband saw her ho told her she might na well say her prayers, ns ho going to kill her, and was then seized a revolver lying under the pillow. Shu caught the revolver. While they struggled for its possesion it went off. Tho ball entered hi heart and he sank to tho floor, aaving "I'm a dead man." Mr. Jnmcs Cox, Mrs. Hall's father, corroborates hsr wtory. Mrs. Hall :ih taken to the Harrison street police station. Captain Hall was transferred to St. Loom recently. His wife says he was jealous and abusive and tried to kill her in .. 1.m ...f.. ' TI..V .1j......Ii'. .i:(1yi.l . !...."mh -' .V--- . -" ! uecret-scrvic- c qunr-reluomp to get a vote on a vetoed pcns.on bill failed, the ineauro being postponed until the first Wednesday In December. Another was taken up, but tho Tote yeas l'J. nn s no quorum present. Tho Morrison surplus resolution support was taken up, and after tlisetission, agreed to without n division. The senate nt On. 111. adjourned until 11 a. m. to morrow. HorsK. A resolution wa adopted expressing the Borrow of tin- - House at tho death of Sauiuel J. Tilden. A resolution from the Judiciary Committee to Investigate tho Union Pacific Itailroad management was objected to liv O'Neill, of I nsyiyanln. The amendments to tho fortifications bill was disagreed to and conferees appointed. Tho Ion report wns called Morr.son surplus . It was ndopted jens I'M, up and were remusCI. Tho Cutting ported from the ( ointniltee on Foreign p. in., when the and discussed until. Ilouso adjourned. Washington. Aug. 5. lloth noiies of Congress udjourncd sine die this afternoon. Tho session cmered -- It da. s. The total number of mciiMiies that paed both houses was l.lt 1. being Jil Senat" bills and s."0 bills which originated 111 the House, of this total srt laws with the President's approval, lsl became laws by limitation, the President failing either to approve or disaiH provo them within ten dajs nftcr their tohlin: 113 were vetoed and one tailed by reason of ad jouriinicnt without acMr. Morrison till ) oftum hv the fered u resolution in the Ili'i.s", before adjournment, grunt. ng tho commit tee npjwunted to investigate the labor troubl'- - in the West permission to Fit during "'P recess, with all the rowers granted to it In the or ginal resofor its appointment. lution providing bill accepting the Adopted. Tho Grant relics was psod: als tho Senate bills torcomplctlon of the uppioiirhttion of &i.(vi public buildings at Kf Scott. Ark., and $130.-wlor tho erection of u public building at n diM-uscdAf-tmrc Pro-idem. w 1 On Angust IS, September 8 and 23 the Chicago & Northwestern railway will run Tlarvest Excursions. cheap excursions to Minnesota and Dakota, for which lower rates havo been mado than have eter beforo been quoted to these Points, t For full particulars address R. S. Jair. ftneral Passenger Agent, Chicago, 11 L man enns-pspp- "Tint was a smart trick," remarked the wbo had boen presented with a cay- lozenge. XJMCaQO LW'JtT. LnPitncE's "Pellets" the original "Lit-tl- o cure sick Liver Pills" and bilious headache sour stomach, and bilious attacks. By druggists. (sugar-coated) m er of short or long standing. He refers to ths entire Western and Southern country to beat him testimony to the truth of the aasertioa that in no case whatever will it fail to cure 11 the directions are strictly followed aadcarriea' out In a great many cases a single dose has been sufficient for cure, and whole familiei by a single bottle, with a psr have been-cure-d feet restoration of the general health. It is, however, prudent, and in erery case more cer tain to cure, 11 its use is ctmunuea m smauti doses for a week or two after tho disease hat been chocked, more especially in difficult am eases. Usually this medicins will not require any aid to keep the bowels in good order. Should the patient, however, require a cathartic medicine, after having takes three or four doses of the Tonic, a single doss of KENTS VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will b sufficient. TJSE no other pilL Price, $L00 per Bottle; Six Bottles forS5. long-standin- fj DR. JOHN BULL'S A Chicago paper savs Mr. Multnm has settled In thnt city. Then ho is no longer in Parvfc The Popular Remedies of the Day. and dandruff can be provented Prlncipsl Offlce, 831 Main St., LOUISVILLE, Bunsrsi by using Hall's Hair Kenower. Qniuise relieves only temporarily in fever and ague. Avar's Ague Cuie euros ponnanintly. m Texas Sifting. SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER KT Orroirso it's the saline quality of the fen thatmakes it easy to sail in. JouAr Gazelle. t SCHOENHALS' "RENAISSANCE" SOAP, lre Admiuvtio-- s wis who use Glenn's BcLpnri Soap to improve tho skin. IIill'sIIaik anij Wuiskek. Die, Black or Brown, 50c Women (Copyrinlit Secured.) There Is nothtne more pleailru than of.mpotl nnl pimples. V tkin. free from sores. bIol-our SKX.VSO.ti I cansarlrfarantee nf the skin nnd calp the besi that hi cure fur aUdiseascs you eTcrbenpreent-i- l tothe public. If u.se ina( l clear, tunUhJul. chnnnfnfl complrxum. timcer Nwp. I'rU-e- . 2 cents per cake. Sola tT bj leading dniCTlt. r3 calces In a box will ba sent mail on revcipt of T5 cents by n.-'ixx.v- Coc.vtrt board that is mnch sought after in the tummer the guide board. Boton Uu'toiw.' Sole Manufacturers. ri compaxt. soai Clnclunall. Ohio. kctpingtbeose r INI fiTIlLA DEDERICK'S HAT ,e A n teles, Cal. Thomp8n'iEyoAVater.DiUKgistssellit.25c. New York on tho Sth. They aro recruits for tho Stanley tribe, near Dayton, O. Is cae of trouble there aro enough Mexican soldiers at El Pa-- o del Norte to cat up the little company of U. S. troops at Fort Bliss. Cutting, the editor, cause of all tho wrangle, has been sentenced, and will be bent to Chihuahua. IU'moiieii that U. S. Minister Jnckson Ir afflirtod Book-ieepin- with Soro Eyes use Dr. Isaao .vt'c.c C wC AnfT.f. Tiii"g7nr-n- r' m .' PRESSES. cattozner the m. v Anvxnot "IUcellaneous Xmrs. twenty-si- x gypvies arrived in g not lend them. taught in on lesson Do CY rfECliW. vnKBK. JrTrm JVb On'Hni in Piso's Cure for Consumption. Cores whero other remedies fail. 23c. mmmMiBm P. K. DSDERICK ic CO, Albany, N. Y. swered "No." He Mrs. 1). P. Lee took To-da- excused, and the stand. Sho had heard L. M. Moes say that he would no; boliovo Gilmer under oath nlso Mrs. Mose-s- t but thnt w.is all. Frank Ntenncr told hU story of the riot, but the only new thing m it wns that Fielden had said or shouted wns No Ma would hang a picture framo Its gilt. Orange Obttner. THE MARKETS. Cincinnati, LIVESTOCK ivnoice od CattJe-Conimo- cup-bearer- s. things aro ready." After this day has rolled by and the night has come may you hnve rosy sleep guarded by him who never slumbers. May you awake in the morning strong and well. in red ink of blood by the tremulous hand of a dying Christ: "Come now, for all , But, oh, art thou a despiser of God? Is the coming night the last night on earth? Shouldst thou be awakened in tho night by something, thou knowestnot what, and there be shadows floating in the room, nnd a handwriting on the wall, and you feel that your last hour is come, and there bo a fainting at the heart and a tremor in tho limbs, nnd a catching of tho breath then thy doom w ill bo but an echo of the words of my next text: In that night was Relshazzar, the king of tho Chaldeans, slain. i SCOOPING A CIGAR. Story Told by a Young Man Who Wanted a Smoke Very I5nd. tip-to- p "I never wanted a smoke so badly in my thouga life," said a rather young man on a West Sido car. "The fact is, you see," ho went on, puffing nt a large and excellent Havana, "I'm dead broke. Have been out to the races for two or three days and wasn't ablo to Why, when my find a single winner, money was near gone I tried to hedge on d picking horses for placo, but they d mo. Yes, sir, they me, and I came back to town with just enough cash to pay my street- - car fare. But how 1 did want to smoke. I was nervous like from my bad luck an' feelin'a little out of torts, an' it seemed to mo that I just must havo a cigar or go wild. And I got one. How? Why, back hero a piece thero was a big man standing closo by the car track as wo went by sinokin' a cigar. It was a good one, too. 1 could tell that by the smell of it beforo wo got to him. Just then an idea camo into my bead, and In tho next second it was carried out. I was gtandin' on tho hind platform, and as wo whizzed by I just reached out my right nnd scooped that cigar In just as sleek as a whistle. It was a pretty scurvy trick, I admit, an' not such as I'd recommend friends o' mine to play as a steady game. But what's a poor fellow to do who's lost all his monoy on infernal horses what can't git a place? Never enjoyed a snioko in nil my life ns I did that one, but you ought to havo seen that big chap's face as ho turned and saw whero his cigar had gone to." tough-looking, well-dressed ChlcaKO Herald--l whip-sawe- whip-sawe- m m m How a Fnlr Girl Spend Her Time. Carson (Kev.) Index. ds There is a young lady in Carson who is reported to be the greatest beauty on tho Pacific oast or ny coast, for that matter. Sho has a lover, a Lieutenant in tho army, who is very devoted to her. He is down in Arizona fighting Apaches. Three times a day morning, noon nnd night letter, and she writes him a twelve-pag- e once a dav she sends him a long telegraphic dispatch, to all of which he responds in like manner. Had Commutation liates. One of the bridegrooms of the week complained of the clergyman's fee. "A widower whom you married at Easter," him said he, "tells me that you charged Rov. very much less." "True," said the , "but he was a regular custom- Dr h T- -" Brooklyn Union. tbn A Democratic Triuco. London Letter. It is an open secret in London that tho Queen protests strongly nguinst tho Prince attendance at such houses a9 of Wjtl.-s- ' Mrsi Mnckay's. Tho Princo maintains, however, his partiality Tor the society of Iho wittv and pretty daughter of Columj tit.uli tliy ur!"MOIWaU bsit'O," I I 'Stand!'' immediately after tin explosion. Joseph Kutsdior, who was snot twicrt during tho riot nnd was under arrest for a short time, sworo that the bomb was thrown about twenty-fiv- e leot south oi where lie stood, nnd thnt tie stood about five feet south of Jio J oti n O. Brixey nod John riek swore they would not believo Gilmer composiunder oath. An tor named Urban, a memberof the Cetitrnl Labor Union, testified that in response to a request of somo delegates from the Union the Central Labor Union had requested Sines to sneak nt tho McCormick meeting Monday. Iho witness sworo he saw revolvers In tho hands of the police as thoy camo up to disperse the meeting. William Glenson. an Iri.shman nnd a labor agitator, sworo tho shooting wns all done by the police. Glenson was on Irish Feninu ami chief of a revolutionary society in Newcastle-on-TynEngland. Ho acknowledged having' Cnpt of tho dischnrco Bonfield liecaiiso of his action in the street enr drivers' strike. Two Germans, named William Sahl and Eberhnrd Hlrsenicngel, testified through tho interpreter concerning the scenes nt the Hnymarket, their evidence going to substantiate, to some extent, the tueory of the defeiiso that tho police were tho aggressors. inn ago, Aug. st. la me trini oi iuo Aiiurchits, yeiterdav, August Kruium, a iirp;nti who is almut the snme height nnil build as Spios. hv.010 that he wa-- . at tin mouth of tho n ley w itli n frifiid named Albright durini"; the lHttor part of tho tpooches and until the oxplo!on, nnd tbnt ubout the moment tho police wore coming , lip ho nnd Albright went into tbo nlb-ytruck matches ami lit thoir pipes. This testimony is coni(Iorod very important bv tbodofen'-o- , their contention licinK that tiilmer mistook the witness for Spies nnd afterward concluded that Spio va bomb, when it was really Krutnm lislitinc bis pipe. Krtimm was positive thnt Spim did not come into the alley. Iho witness was greatly He swure confuou in on tho sidethat thero were no walk and that the bomb foil twenty foot south of tho n'ley. both of wbich statements wero undoubtedly wromr. William Albright corroborated iCruiiini'S evidence, and also swoie he heard a bhot lteforo tho Lomb "exploded nnd that it enmo from tho direction of the police. Fred Groh, the secretnrv of tho Carpenters' Union, nnd August Krnu-.e- , chairman of the meotine of tho union at which Kneel spoke, were ctllod to prove that Engol dia not recommend his hearers to save up money to buy revolvers', nor did ho say that a revolver at throo or four dollars wns good enouzh to shoot police with. This was in contradiction of Otllcer "VVionke's testimony. tesTho defenso nlso tried to get in timony showing that Bailiff Kelly of tho Ilesplalnes street polico station had waruod a friend against being at tho lueotfujr, tho inference being that tho attack was premeditated by tho police of what tne speakers miKht hny, but this was ruled out. An attempt wns also mado to show that Si'liger. tho informtir, had stated thnt his confession was extorted fiom him by tho police under threat of punishment and by promisos of liberty, and that tho substance of it was IHlse. mis aiso was ruieu uuu in ix'uiutai of Gilmer's statement that ho saw,, or thought ho saw, Schwab at the speaker-.- ' wagon when Spios was lighting tho f iiso in tho alley, or altout that time, witnesses weie called to provo that Schwab wns then in Lake View, having nddresscd a meeting of the Deoriug employes on tho pralrio there tho samo night, Uhicaoo, Aug. 0. In the trial of tho Anarchists yesterday, tbo iirst witness wns M. T. Malkotr. formerly a reporter for tho g and at present for a paper in Moscow, Russia. Ho saw l'arsons, and Jlrs. l'arsons. nnd Mrs. Holmes in the saloon at Zepfs Hnll for ten minutes prior to tho oxploaion. Mr. tried m show in that the witness wns a Russian Nihilist, but did not succeed. Mrs. Grubb sworo tbatH. L. Gilmor boarded with herfortwo months this year, and that sho would not believe him under oath. Henry Linne-meysworo he was at work calcimln-iiitho upper rooms of tho building the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday preceding the riot; that he kept his clothes, brushes etc., in tho closet in which the dynamite was found; that ho lost a brush Tuo.vlav ami searched tho closet thoroughly forlt, and that thero wns no dynamito thero. nor any greasy spot on tho shelf, as descrilied by tno detectives. that he, bwore Theodore Lehnert Kruog- August and Schnaubelt er were together about ten o'clock, or twenty minutes before tho bomb exploded. on Desplaines street, near Kamioipii, ami that Schnaubelt went away with Krueger. "Witness was an Anarchist, a member of tho Lohr and Wohr Veroin, and acquainted with all tho prisonors except Liugg. Tho next witness was taken from the "county jail, whero ho has been for connection with tho consniracy sinco May S. His name is William Schneider. He and Fielden and roost ot tho others present adjourned to tho Ho was on tho wagon whoa the bomb exploded, and be end Fielden jumped off together and rim tosetber Ardri'tr-Xntmiq Lumlwr-Shovers' e, b'-xo- s has resigned. Rei-okte- from New York thnt three bond cnlls of fifteen million dollars each be made. will ATDrfphos, H.. Christ. Knuerhaiis was kicked on the head by a horso and almost instantly killed. Tito?. Hims nnd &on, who murdered two men on tbo 7th near Birdseyo. Ind., who lynched were captured by a po-them, and riddled their bodies with bul e, ('13. jiuicncrs .. 1 oi at, i srt HOGS Cbminnn 4 i't ft - . :; sr. eb- 4 T.i Gocd Packer o SHKEl'-t'oo choice..... . 4 . Fhorit-Caml- lj kt 4 IX) , iit No. ' rod.. .. 74V-IJ 7U 3 75 GKAIN-Who- nS I .'Jl Auir. 10. . 2 GO Ilet In he world. 0-- t ih- ery imcknre hna our Trnile-ranr- l No Rope fo Cut Off AXLE OREASE. genuine. J.v nnd j Ii FftAZER Olrbmed T.O. TOH.UTO-Mvdlu-m lets. Leaf... .. fiOO it - tt) S', 'J w . I "01 nl loaf PBOVISWXS Pork Moss.. "in i- (til V) Ijtnl-4'iim- HAY Corn So. 2 mixed Onts Jo. 2 mixed Il e Xa 2 TiBotliy No. 1 No. 3 red .. 11 4.",; 11 (it 4.1 Horses' Majes, ECLIPST." HALT- - A and HRIIII.E Cnmhlntd, can not be ullpped br any hortt. Pam- nailer 10 any pan 01 me i'. a. ree. on receipt of SI. Sold by all Saddlery, Hardware and Harnet Draleri. Pp'clal dltcoust to thH .' T adr. ZV Send for Frfcc-LUt- j.C Lighthouse. Rocbei'cr.:.i stone Station. Ky., Engineer Henry Fireman Lou Ballard, and Brake-me.1. AV. Campbell and Jerry Shay wore killed, and John Higgins nnd Charles Harris were badly injured. Masked men entered farmer Furber's house. Pittsburg, III., bound him band and foot nnd decamped with his valuables. h. Bt a collision between two trains on Chesapenko nnd Ohio railroad, near Lime uA.iioice tho Burn: Ceamcr i.ii o Ohio APl'I.ES-Priin- e SituaiD ;." c POTAXOB KliOUIt-Jtn- te GUAiN-Vli'- -at n New. per barrel NEW YOKK. .. 1(5 6?. .. Ii". (; k V. dr. 14 1 M 1 C'i 39,009 Farmers, u-- GA3PEKTERS IS 01 w 25 4 r. cd . ....... .... ......... Corn Jo. 2 mixed j o. nnd Western. No. 2 Chlcaso. -.- - A: yij Batchors find C1W FILERS e r,Ut.n our I.ATB MAKE to (Holland, lllp. Butcher. Buck, Iranlnj-- : nnd U kinds ot saw. so tliey cut better than ever. Ao Filers f reo Ic r S3. lllntratl circular-- " riiEE. dress K. ItOTll 4. liuo., New Oxford, l'enn. o(,n T" r, in it. ws 11 Oats-ni.- ed POBK LAUD M--s 1 etenm if Ki'.rUl & DO i- 5"t 4 87'J US', CURES WHEU All EISE FAIIS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Rood. Use in time, hold Dr arnccisu. "" A - Captii-- ; Waiucg W. Uali U. S. Secret Servic". was shot latooftho v: ii iii i ill' i .1111:111 h rci Iohh of Inn position iiiiulo him despondent and be im Haiti to have been drinking heavily for several eeku. I'll 1 1 dead by his Chicago, while intoxicated. She claims it was accidental. Da. Gekner, President of the State Board of Health, is in Pittsburgh, investigating wife, at CHICAGO. FI.Ot'H Vlsconcin winter... .$. GHAIN Vhcat No. 2 red... No. 2 Ihlcngo Sprintr . Corn lo. 2 rOIMC ? 4 ,t. vj f- -. Oatsjo lli e..; j 2 LAUD itam UALTIMOUE FLOCIt-lim- lly Mss M . t (t "'i r. 42 S7 0) 9 47'i 0 U2'i a--. ; , M't CONSUMPTION 1 b have for Coiicrt-t-.- . Frittxc.FiKi.n, Mo., Aug. 7. The Pro hibitionistH of this (the Thirteenth) Con- gressional district have nominated Hon. John Folncrtki, of Neosho, as their candi- date for CougresH. .s. 7. Hon. James I. McCreary hnbccti nominated for Lot'isviLLi, Ky.. Con- gress by the Democratic convention of the Eighth Kentucky district. .Iacksoxvu.i.k," Fin., Aug. 7. II. IT. M. Davison and Charles Dougherty were renominated for Congress in the First and Second Florida districts yesterday. It w.KHiii, N. C, Aug. 7. John V. a son ol President Fillmore'- Secretary of tho Navy, was nominutetl lor Congress by the Democrats of the Fourth North Carolina district yesterday. Stkuhrnvu.i.k, O., Aug. 4. The Republican Congressional convention in tho Seventeenth district hns nominated I). J. Taylor, ot Guernsey County, ns a candidate for Congress by acclamation. St. Locis, Ana. 0. The Republicans in the Third district of this Stato have nominated J. F. Harwood for Congress. flrn-bu- the causes of tho typhoid fever epidemic now raging on tho South Side. He reports the sewerage bad and the water impure. Seven new cases of fever and two deaths were reported on the Sth. The Appellate Court at Chicngo hns sustained tho will of the Into AV. F. Storey, proprietor of the Times. Colonel Rohekt Allen, a U. S. Quartermaster General in the late war, died at Geneva, Switzerland. Fhiknds of the lato Hubert O. Thompson deny rumors of suicide. The President, on tbo Cth, appointed Thomas Cooper to bo Coll',tor of Internal Revenuo for the Eight District, of Illinois, and Nelson Y. Acres to In Collector of Internal Revenue for tho District of Kunsas. Th above wero among tho nominations upon which the Senate failod to act, GnvcitAL Buck, of the Pension Department, has bet'ii asked to lesigu to accept the Austrian Mission. John Smith, murderer, was hanged at Gallatin, Mo., on th 0il. Tbo -- ttreaiai4r.0.addrM. ct. 3 Ni ft, timber wllaOIa E lnt I will nd TWO BOTTliS UlBLE TRCATIIC on th! dlMa,to r K.X. DR.T. A.SL0CCU.!tl ri-13- a pciltlT rtmtdr lor las iMn ulM4; tjtUB-- t or mi ot Ut wont kind ml at Uat ualtiii bttn cured. lBdc4.ottroac Uwyli In lis &rr TAt rat, afr. GUAIN TheiitNo.2 Corn Ont llxed PUOVISHNS Pork Mess... ... nuiillty CAITLE-Pir-- 't 1 Lnrd-tfefinc- 4SV. :h hVi ' 35 00 Too ooo"acre8o7choice .10 W fill 66 it- - 1 A HOGS Wheat Corn nitid.... Oats Mixta1 LOUISVILLE. 1 ... FLOnU-aN- o. .5 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red . Corn alxcd Oatt nixed .. INDIANAPOLIS. $ Nt 2 red i . 4'jW, 4?i 0 00 3 6 To 74 7i For Sale on Ejiy Terms. svlL. well watered. t vil) ami pam iihtpt furnished tree on application t lOSWeJblnsUmbL, Chicago. IV. T. llLE.V. I LnilllVU-I!c-- llllllil M fl O n - rean xXNSAS R00-- - Grabam ..... is. 4 00 4 404 2C'i C4 4 CO 71 (t, it. i', 4. 111 POKK LAUD Met- - Strain nnd how to rresere them. This ele gant work is full of Important inform- llOntOBTerywoma.n. ouirMiuaitr ceipt of address and 5 stamps, or tna ExtiuctMkdicissCo., Detroit, Mich. LADIES-riealtha- nd Beaut OH! MY BACK SttrT itrfa or BDiiwt-rs- - FACE, 1IA.MIS, FEET, and aU lielr tniiwrMcUMa. pnt lifti mi & ad nearly prostrates cold attwks that ireak oaa yen. So wrfiooai 1Uir. Birti Karll, . . MoUs Wart., M.&. Fnraka. KJ rtaiwc d lavr traatoaaat. Black llaadi. toctndlcr racial, 37 a..I'aar ISt..alluar,3.I. "W lie Don isc VTorlC Wax Flower Supplies. Send for our various catalogues. HOFFMAS.V , BUOS., lUUorderssoltcttcd. 105 Mala Street, Clacln-uat- IPTICTgJM.TEBlUS. Dr. JOHIin.WOUUIIU-l1ian i 'd U'U. bol Lustra and H,l-a-eo- k (, , " w ArbfiUr-Ztituu- corrc-pond-e- nt Grin-110- II n Work for UrltUU Soldiers. London, Aug. 7. In consequence of the continued unsettled condition of affairs tn'Burmnh pinco tho conquest and annexation of thnt country by England, it hns been decided by the English Government to intrust the supreme power of administering the affairs of the country to General MacPher-f.oof the British the Commander-in-Chie- f forces there. Five thousand troops will tho be sent from Mndras to reinforce troops already in I'tirmah. These troops will not leave until the cold flenson, and upon their arrival in Burmah General MacPherson will start on an expedition through the country, having in view the dispersing of tho innumerable bands of dacoits who have been making on the mor- - peaceable natives, inciting them to a rising. Ono thousnnd additional police will also bo sent from India to serve in Burmah. n, -- gong .vorn. under the coat, where it can be readily sounded when a too old joke is perpetrated, is becoming very popular in country towns and somo cities. A lot of young Baltimoreans wore them at recent performance of The Mikado," and the puns and gags that were interpolated were met with a steady ringing of the little bells. The cilect was excellent, and tho next night the players stuck to the text of tho opera more closely. The chestnut gong seems to ho a blessing in disguise. Chicago Times. m dicstnut protector, a small i Ohio, 1 i 0 tree. HADIT poaMbl pate OPIUMInfallible remedy. "Sot a particle bool Parwhen cured. Handsome Sh'rtct DB.CJ.WEATllERBy,KanaUty,Jlo. SXWST-U- $5 mil Stre-aZtae- TO SS JL BsVY. Samples worth 1. " FllEK. Llnesnutundrrthe horse's fecu Wrlto t IOI HetKf.,HJlj,la. tor 8 $65 A MONTH Tlr. Louis-11- TounB Men or Lad let In earh county. V. W.ZICGLKU A CO. PbUadelpbui. lira 1 1 incur-don- s or " Arbeiter-Zfitun- ff Contemplated Union of Central American States. Sr. Louis, Aug. 7. The Commercio del Yalle, published in this city, prints a letter in ita last issue from its correspondent in tho City of Mexico to the effect that the tho Central President and American republics of Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras. Costa Rica and Guatemala are now in that city arranging apian for the union of those States in one confederation with tho ultimate viewjof annexation to the Mexican Republic im-mur- Hay-marke- t. iHu thtj rMny, M tm pytfv Wn Furious Windstorm. Topf.ka, Kan., Aug. 7. A telegram was received here Thursday evening stating thatacyclouchad struck thotown of Hart-lanin Southwestern Kansas, and had demolished twenty housea and done great Budget. ! crops. Sixteen cars damage to s...-inReidsville (Ga.) hunters had fun were bl:wn from the Atchison. Topeka for three hours tho other day chasing A Santa Fo track, and telegraph wirs nd.'-vvet el $!w I a catamount. It was ho. nio tlmci far iwu .ereprustrat-'' d, d 1 ott. of Brown's Iron Bitters raliaf. Two ctirely The champion stingy man turns anthont corad mB." botUea 3UCW Samith St., 1 UK. Hodois, up in Fresno this time. He hired a aad Ky.. aajs: -- I was troubled with bansBtM of tiara been woman to do a day's washing, she to Bains in bit back. of IBrown's Iron two bottles BiUare. begin at live a m. and quit at six p. m. 5:80 Trad Mark and eraased red Unas) Oenninahasabon By hard work sho got through at oa wrapper. Take no other. Madeonlrby o'clock. The man paid the bill, but SHOWN CHEMICAL CO.. BALTIMORE, MI. couplo of cabmade her give him a bages out of her garden in lien of the half-hosho had saved by extra hard uHUMMLM work. Fresno (CaL) Expositor. A lady living on Jefferson avenue, U A wishing to have her parlor carpet Ehj Cream Balm. swept, gave the proper directions to her had catarrh for 3 w servant (a greenhorn) to use the I iw--r biui ST My sweeper, but to her surprise, on re- years. bleed. note would J turning home, found that the girl had thought th tores beon using a lawn mower, ana in no neeer gentle mood gave it as her opinion thal would Create Balm humthese Yankee inventions were a has cured bug. Scranton Pa.) Republican. ,W. A. Jackson, Portsmouth, X. H. HAY- EEVER Home-snu-n, Mercy!" exclaimed Mrs. A carttele is annlted Infn each when she read in the paper that touse. Pnce4cta.bytnalIor nnatril and la acrerable atdrumclata. Send Jay Gould make ten cents every timo circular. iLT BUOTUEKS Druggists, Owego, N.for r. the clock ticked; I should think ho would be worried to death for fear tho clock would run down." Boston . th Muscle, Steadies the Nerre, GItcs Nsw Mr. A. PrLUBtniT. CTt fland. Ohio. aar: "Iwaj troablad with tmbl puns in my hack and I could at atoop tried many duTereat rvmadics I DAtn-eNmu-alfi- a "m THE BEST TONIC COI.LEOEof ttU.Chlcaffo. Fait Terra Elnfcepi.2 For circular add. H. Booth. Chlea, EDJJONAX. FMAL-KCqiXEOI. GLFN'nU.F. JiJL-- B. LK2st7 :a.a.ae,a 1093 Fifteen mlla. sa-s- c "LIS 09 BimEASSS ALWAYS COBAB- L- BT USOM ur .r.1.... CatahhH MEXICAN m MUSTANG IJjnMENT. ScxsUchem God-ten- d sm heal-JE7- y' f htm ax rusi. Khaaaisulsm, Burns and Sets Ha, BUasja and Bite Cata Md s, er 1511111. Sre FMC tusl OsOUt Crmcks, AHe ikrewWans, Ormh, Swt, Hrf Lsiaseitss, SwisassF, SmlaadsStltchea, Stiff Maacles, me.-.2- frs. - Backaeha, Xraatlaaa. Vraat Bites, Jaiata, SyrtalM, SCtsUm, SMwFcwt, BtUJsew i FMllm- - this State to ten WO'TOZKrC'LEieitT. un ctKULKu, bio FRorrrs. ma busimish. or AGOODLIVESS aa an external rtlsassra.swflsTsryagrters Jar isaersluse lnfaaUy.staJasofc-raaKaTHK BBST OF ALL, LINIMENTS rtfcraUwM killed OPIUM mt8SB&m ViSrf . !Kfi ; It Te y -- iv - .11 i. ZJ- ui - 15X,- - ...-- t Z-S1- 1 X" i (Mr- I FIGHT? T2B HBHHAff CQUBBB. Cleveland puts hliTin. 'SHALL WE . ! The Principle at Stake. The international question ii-- f be- - BOUND AND ROBBED. r tr n. riiUaiiKB. C. U. DOl'UUS. R I w t w y t Highly Sensational Bur The Senate to the Contrary. "in vnl VPS !i nriiwinln t.F ..... ARC NOW BEADY "OR ALL Ask at random any fifty DemoPros-pactglary at a Little Town greater importance than that in Bayard on the Cause and rrats whnttlie party ahoulilrto in- Fred Dongla?, near St, Louis. dispute between this country ana SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS the most widely the Congressional race, and forty- ; I'higland in the war of 1812. Eno cf Countrv Produce that may be offered ST. Loris, Aug. 7, A robbery five of them will say that a prima-- known and distinguishedcolorcd for Shipment or storage. Special attention to a laud's claim, "once a P.ritish suh of a most sensational character should bo ordered. Investigate ;mau i:, thc United State and a rv Secretary Uayard, speaking given to Cut- ject always a British subject," it was committed last night at a vilspecial correspondent of the never attempted to enforce with-i- lage on tho Illinois and St. Louis "" ting case, said he sa,w no reason WHEAT, APPLES, &c what it acknowledged have a personal giievanco of more. S the ofhee of Commissioner of why a satisfactory adjustment of ican jurisdiction. The as Amer- laflroad, called Pittsburg, situated President Cleveland the diflieulty should not be reachAmerican at the foot of the Cahokia bluffs, or less magnitude, principally the. Deeds. IT lion I Sactift kept oa hand Padncah Standard. sought to remove him and appoint ed. He has been assured that tlag and American sovereignty about nine miles from St. Louis. for rcul. latter. were respected at least to SGT Office at New Depot W. B. Fa Let a party committee not and jn i,js stead a colored Democrat such was tho desire of the Mexi- tent that no claim was tho ex- The victim was Lawrence Furber, made to a German farmer, aged 42 years, Warehouse. Senorltomero, can Government. there are th ;so who will differ i,y the name of Mathews. tho right to search government who owns one of tho prettiest and criticise Cvs is said to be verv "rcatlv the Mexican Minister here, said ships for British subjects. V.w. farms in the whole county. Pur-bc- r its conclusions, ago that this Governq action or nonaction, lhis is, Douglas' superior as to qnalitica- - some days promptly settle the land claimed jurisdiction over its lives at home with his wife ment would free country, ami tions for the position, but the Ke- - matter. Secretary Uayard seems own subjects, but never attempted laud has no children. He is an in- Ull right, to assert it thrifty peoplo luive a right to their opin - j publican Senate rejected ltis nomi- - to think that the difficulties in the sovereignty.against tho American dustrous and to save farmer, and v considerable had managed HOW LOST, HOW .RESTORED ! :..,.c clHU in pvnrntis tllCinA aild nolimi MM.. Q. ..... !... HOW ,,V wav have been created, not so ..! ." .j,.,.. r I'JliO liilliuua J.IIV. JV.II.IHJ IlilS ilU'l X",B attempt is now being made money, a portion of which he kept much by Mexicans as by obliging . Jnt puMmliei!. a n?w cJitlwn of Ir. C"nli'r herein Mr. Gcortrc, tho Chairman, iourned. and the PrcKMmtt ' its claim that it has in his house. It was about ?l wrll'H OlfbrntiMl Eny on tlie rrxlicicw ""friends in this countrv, who or Seoriunl WVtie, of acted wisely, in thus inviting and the light to appoint until the ties their efforts to embarrass the ad- - Jurisdiction oy or a certain class o'clock this morning that Furbcr 1ni'i. iHroTrcr, tiMenu! nnil 3!atriag, committed anywhere arose for tho purposo of taking a I'liT5ict Iiiriincitjr, Impciliment bringing about an expression 01 Senate meets, lias commissioned ministration, have suggested to of offences !). CVinmi'iitioi, im1 ejftrmnjruncr, in the United States. The claim load of cabbage to the St. Louis PRINTED LAWNS, PRINTED MITCH ORGANDIES tc" , 1J jolMnilnlKiricp or KfiterT nnt Kits, ie. Democratic opinion, to the end Mathews and put him in the plaoe: the Mexican authorities methods has no other basis than tho fo. Th cibritMl anthor, in tliU namirable e "y. market. His wife had been apthirtj ;nri ruecti-fileroontrBtM from the committee- might know' Here is Mathews letter to Doug of opposition which perhaps they lowing law of tho Stato of Chi- prised by him of his intention, and that "lf. iractic. tlttt tlw ftlsrmins, coo'iunc's ofniiMi would not have thought of. Mex- huahua, which President Diaz abqt may be radically currd jufi.Untf out auOk while he went to the stable to the will of the Democratic voters, las: - at once sliople, certain. mikI rtfvctual, by of curiico's attitudo in the matter, it is lnran ot which 'Ttrry iufrrrr. no nvittrr liat hi Washington, Aug. 9, 1SSC claimed, has been greatly strength- his ambitious tather-i- law, Rubio, hitch ii p his team sho lit a firo in and t accordingly. Wo believe may 1. oiay cure hiudelf cbcJly, are attempting to enforce as the the stoe to preparo him a cup of and raiitcntty. the District Committee is trying My Dear Sir: You have no doubt ened by the efforts of Mr. Maine's law KTrhi Lecture houIJ4fn tho liinl of ery of nations valid for the Uni-te- cofleo before his departure. Furyouth anil rrtry nan In tli laml. to act solely for the best interest heard of my appointment to the friends to show that Mr. Bayard having hitched up tho team States andtho world : nnd'r xal, in a plain enTIop, t any office of Recorder of bcr bj" and or two on recfipt of four of the Democratic party, and that the President. I have Deeds a has acted with precipitancy, MexArticle 186, title v., chapter 1. Urhnu and partaken of the beverage, received potaK stamp. AilJri'W. i has been too exacting with a foreign country hy a Mex- started off for St. Louis. Ho had committed in policy which secures the election comiuiKioii to that effect. The ico. tii 1: cui.v:itH'r.i.i..n:Di,Ai. :., . ican against a Mexican, or by a foreigner not proceeded more than three "Vc have a large variety of white Dress Goals, Laces and Embroider- 41 Ann St., New York, S. V. ; 1'o.t Offlc. Uox, 450". jimetly of a sound Democrat, and causes uMiaii oaiu oi omce was this day tr. Bavard himself feels Btrong- - against a Mexican, shall be pnuiiheil it 3'ards when lour men ies, Linen Collars, Lace Collars, Silk Mits,Best line of Ladies' and disaf- ia.ven aim is on me in mepniccot Mv in th6 matter, and said with the republic according to law, if thero,rf- -' the least friction, tho least pear any of taa following circumstatisy: sprang out of tho road from behind Misses' Hose, Corsets, S:c. At D.. fection, it eecnis to us ie tlii,best tho Secretary ,of theIntep and much uupressiveneMS, that ho tnom AVe have a fine assortment of Ladies', ClmMren'a and Men's' cti&tom-iuad- e J.M.HUBBARD. tho found 'qualiJwd I nni'picMrcr to thus the principle involved in 1. That the accused be come ofinhij own some ohruunery, and two ot heads, Offers hi profV!onal pervipes to the peoeither by having the horses' grabbed enter upon tno ditcharga of my tho Cuttiug affair to bo one of the Shoes and Slippers, which we guaranteed give satisiaction. ple of Hickman and vicinity. At present there is no Republi- duties. Custom-mad- e If agreeable to you, gravest importance and one as to tree will or brought by extradition. a for- while tho other two placed revolClothing, latest style and lowest price. Hats, Shirts, iSTOffice at the tesidtnee oi Dr. C. II. 2. That if the person ollending it vers at tho frightened farmer's Collars, Tics, Handkerchiefs, &c. Tuesday can candidate annoauiccd for Conat lUa. in. I which the whole country, without! eigner, complaint be mado against kiai by Hubbard temples and requested him to be tnarll) gress, but on the contrary it is shall be pleased to assume tho du- reference to party, should be a the proper part v. Fresh Family Groceries, and sold as low as any house. ties and responsibilities of the of- unit. The personal merits or de- - 3. That the accused ha not beta dcfi-- l quiet. He obeyed, and then one given out with Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints and Oils; very low. that fice. drew a rope from tried in the country where the of- of merits of Cuttiug himself has nitely waa committed ; and, if 80, that he histhe robbers which ho proceedfense there will be none, and hence the "f may be permitted in this conpocket with do with matter. It SALE AND LIVERY STABLE necessity at this time of ordering nection to congratulate you upon nothing to differencethewhether he hait not been released, absolved ot par ed to bind the farmer's bauds and doned, made no a convention or primary election a condition of things under our was an angel of darkness or an 4. That the offence he is charged with; feet together. He was also about to put a gag in Purbur's mouth, & present punishable in he to pieventtho election of a Re- cures administration, which se- angel of light, but it did make the be an ito fiance committed, and altocountry but changed his mind, and warned in the the political freedom and greatest possiblo difference to tho where waa KENTUCKY STJtEET, publican, is not so apparent. practical equality of all men, and republic. l'urber, however, that if he cried constant! on band for hir American people whether the con- - 5. That, in accordance with tlie lawa out for help he would put a bullet KEEPS sale Hence the Committee failed to or insist upon the right of fiee Dc- - extant, the penalty imposed nonld not the itention raised bv .,.. Stato in his head. One of the men at HOUSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. : i.;,, der either. It the condition of ' can citizens, regardless of color, i ci.i.i i )C allow bail. HaTing purchased the stable, horses the horses' heads then came back, creed or nationality, and ot what- - ;....:. ..,;. ,,i .. affairs shall change, the Commit- ... The position taken by Secretary and with his assistance the two . xoxl,illllir )iiaiiiiiuticuui tiui. jicaii.u ,.i..;... and entire outfit of W. B. riutnme r i l in C,ltth,"'a se the riSt to try Bayard shows his clear insight and picked Purber up in their arms wo propose to continue the business, and will no doubt answer prompt- - "" o " tee rH?tK,nl solicit patronage American citizen for an oftense keen appreciation of the gravity and carried him back to the house. "' ivtothc necessity as best thev iiiiubui puunc ouiLi. nun . committed in tho Lnited States. the case. Ho takes no cogni- The other turned tho team and hope that you may live to enjoy and Cutting has been actually con- - of iayzance of tho laws of Chihuahua, drove the wagon back. When quiDEALER I Jf If a primary election was or-- the blessing of many years oiyour- U.ted aml senteneed for piiblish- - and it would bo manifestly absurd some shrubbery which concealed W. DIESTELBJRINK repose, aiiilaraitn.g ilIR a libe, n Tosng Socrotary for him to do so, though the Ch: dcreduow welune no assurance from view ! U,is n.iise8,tho Sra ihuahua statute is the sole found- tho front of the house ' lVl1 was passed, Purber perceived his that more than one of tho present Verv 11"ijJuu'i vest possible question between ation of Mexico's claim to juris- wife standing at the door and callcandidates would abide its action. J as 0. Matthkws. the nuil if diction. ed to her in German. She looked, Hon. l red Douglas.' If they will, there is ample time lo claim were once conceded, no &a MRU and seeing the three men with her x for it to be made known, and a American traveling in Mexico Cniiiilpxluii of (lit- Xcl llouto. iliiiulciml in iietwonn them. :niil TTO space lo name all articles, bul no amUIicDcm- - would be safe. Mr. Uayard is Most ot the members go home ail0tier lading the team, ran primary ordered. If only one trouble to show goods, (Clinton Street, Cortnan & Co'a Old Stand ) j deeply in earnest in his determi- - now to goes before the primary, his friends ocralic t'.irtj. andome and see, at the corner of Troy attend Conventions ami to int0 tlic ,imxsCf aml VA,U sl wal-tiknowing that he is bound to be in.hanioii nation to resist tho position taken and Moscow Avenue. East Hickrorn, Ky up their fences for the fa ,et c0lltaining .40() from a bureau xox- the nominee are indifferent about' People readily pardon mistakes by Mexico, and ho expresses full elections. Before they comeback Mlniwcr threw it underneath a cup-tattending and his enemies pur-(ia man who errs with good in-- ! confidence as to popular approval the capital again they will gj!)0J,niiM tho kitchen. Purber was HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS posely refuse to participate, andt tentious. From the returns that, of his course, through a campaign and at prcs- - brollgilt ill0 the house bv the hence only a small percentage "Of' are in it would seem that the Pies-- ! 'My countrymen," he said, with ent the speculation is as to t'jej,,; sinVaymon, and laid on the bed, iident, whatever his surrounding,! evident feeling, "will not be de- - complexion of tho next hou.se.- ... ,,. viIai,lS tMen HL.iz(Hi Mis. the party vote. HICKMAN, KT. Capt. Stone announces himself is generally by the people credit-- ' ceived by partisan misrepresent-i- Ihe Republicans expect to mate Vnrhor ,viin :R ,.i,1Srt nM ftv this race,as in the past, as will-.cwith good intentions. He has ations. They will recognize the gains in the nouse, inn mey haul-- years of age, and l)V ,means of a 2 iug to submit to any action the par-- ' steadily grown upon the country! gravity of the question involved, ly expect to overcome tho Dem- e ..ioncd her arms and limbs, ty may think best. Turner it is both as man and Presidout. But and will never consent that one cratic majority. Many men now aml tho ,.lia ,,er i,esi,lo her hus-ii- i I DEALER IS have secured, s known will not submit to a con- the more he has thus grown the of their shall be Congress wil not return, bitbmuL One of them brought m a roofing and tinning ernianeiitly, one of the Cnest worinien in the Stile, and will make a Kjiccialty. vention, but it is not understood more bitterly ho is hated by cer- - tried by a foreign power for an litis claimed by the Democrats tujtii,,,,,,, frM, ., litcimn .Imi in- - tim Italian and American Marbi.b Motto I will not be undersold, cren in larger cities. that ho will submit to a primary tain men of his party, lie lias j offense committed in this country. the grand summing up will showi piui)er :Uul his wife saw that MONUMENTS, TOMB AND G P.AVE election on any other day than the crushed out the open manifesta-- i Suppose Cutting had stabbed his as many Domocrats in the nest' t iTe r o were three men in the room - Congress as in this, if not regular election day in August. tions of rebellion in the Demo-- Mexican rival on Texas soil inBTONES. of wliom were masked. The If he will, the party can bo har- cratic ranks, and even ma.Ie his stead of merely attacking his rep- - One of the best informed Dcuo-- i j,jr(i m.u, wil0 was tlie tallest of received a fine lot of Amc monized and all this wrangle end- natural eueinies,DemocraticspoTis- - utation. )oes any one pretend crats about tho house HAVINO Ilnlian Marble, 1 cm pr sid tiie tiirec.vorc no mask and both ed, by one being ordered. Tho men, affect to indorso him in or- - that Mexico could have tried him that ho found, after a careful study i;uri)cr n'm i:s wife think they nared to fill all orders: Call and txa CouiMKR is not authorized to der to get tho support of their for murder? Certainly not." of the situation, that there werol cou(i identify him a'ain. The ur work. Orders from the country jro ptiy ' ' speak either for Stone or Turner, own constituencies. Tho secret! The case, Mr. Bayard tiiini--s iai jnut iivn ctntnu ifimi-- tim ,'':'. t Mn '' KT ".r ; but Stone's friends seem possess auunosilies oi certain uemocraiio i.h cicar ior equivocation, aim no. ncans migia niaiKe gains, incwn lininir riMiniiniMl outside to f "' 4 ed of the idea that while Stone is leiders flourish with tenfold viru - has no idea of retreating from the wcro Micnigan. Illinois, intuaiiiv Uee waU.n. The two men with is willing to abide anv action thcTlence. Thev begin to realize the, position taken by the Department Iowa and Ohio. They would! nn8ks !lul revolvers in their (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) party may take, he jet prefers an fact that unless something can be (weeks ago, when it demanded probably gam two in Michigan, ,iaml !Uul v.xcin the muzzles to HVALF.R IS opMi, free, untrammelled fight. done, or something happen to Cutting's release. The Secretary two in Indiana and nosmbly two .Ilo ,n.A,u nr fi, - did not anticipate the action of or three in Ohio. in tho hit-- . and hia wife, demanded of them the pcujtlc at the ballot-boBut h J 'arc break the back of President CloveGroceries; land, nothing in the world will Mexico, but he evidently looks ter stato the Democrats were '" lmliiiT.nbii'n nf t.liiMr U'f:iltli. prevent his unanimous renomiua-- for full reparation from that cona- better shape than was generally ;,15oth rof,"sl.,i to reveal, and one A SO ALSO. About Noe!n. tion at the next National Couven- - try. That tho local court should supposed. lIalstead,hesaid,ltad,iof tho rni , then seized Mrs. Nets Seine-- , Line-- , llookis, and all'kiml The following very pertinent OPEXKD, with'new STOCK, out and out strlNh RIGS for hire. may bo a little too strong have convicted Cutting does notjaroused internal troublo among Futber by the throat and threat- JUST tion. of l'ishing Tackle and Supplier", at a bar reasonable. Patronage solicited. remarks are from the London to say It a conspiracy lias been necessarily imply that the Mexican Kepublicans, while tho Payne gaiu. Groceries and Family Supplier gen that ened to choke her to death unless erally. Spectator: t will refuse to set him fair had drawn the Domocrats formed to accomplish this purishe informed him where the money liberty and goto war. Speak- - gether to resist the Republican was concealed. l'urber tried his There, never was n more m$ pose. It is rather an understandwholesome idea than that every ing that something should be done. iug of this feature of the affair, attack. best to loosen his arms and free NEW FIRM. human passion is to be written It bears tho same relation to a Secretary Bayard said both coun- his wife from tho rullian's grasp, about. There are many tilings conspiracy that an "understand- tries were pledged by the treaty? jloiiumciit lo Gen. ST. 85. but his struggled were unavailing. CARLISLE '& LiTTUS which cannot be written about ing" between young lovers bears ot 1S4S to exnaust every possiI(,orrcl. Although the robber left the imwithout doing almost unmitigated to an engagement. I can say with ble means of effecting a peaceful At a meeting recently held in print of his lingers on Mrs. Fur- mischief. It is not the moral put truth, however, that there aro a settlement of all political nues- - Memphis, Teun.. it was resolvod Iber's throat, she was firm, and re MANUFACTURERSQP in at thetag end of the book, and dozen Democratic statesmen in tions. thsit. !i mil ho nimlo on Jill fused to tell where the treasure Should Mexico persist in hor; fe,lor..tes nll(1 n iIOR who feel was hid. Tho robbers then held which nobody reads, which shows Congress (the House and the Sen.nnA..i. .i:..,in i. , its moral tendency. It is not on- ate) who would join hands with fuunciii. uuiiimu, uiu ijuuaiiuii , accord with the movement, to i a short conference, the result of ly tho way in which a subject is anybody in any scheme not actu- would then arise as to what ac-- , contribute of their mite to tho which was that two of them startxox handled which does harm or good; ally disastrous to their party tion should betaken by this conn-- building of a monument to bo ed to ransack tho house in search AU ltindi of Farm Machinery, Dow, it is the subjects that are handled. which would promise tho early trytoeniorco acquiesonce in its erected to tho memory of our latot of tho treasure, while tho third Implements, Wagon, &c, repaired on Tho fact that a nation produces political death of Mr. Cleveland. demands. The rupture of short notice and workmanlike manner. and commander, Gen. S. remained guard over the farmer f69"New Wagons, &c made to order, matic negotiations would natural- - B.Forrest. All who wish to sub-- ' and his wife. The search lasted anil reads novels written on foul in aro ly follow, but in this connection it scrjue and havo their names Mibjcets,iR a fearful test of its an hour, and they finally W Ml t:0 X U II KSS.1I 4 S. may be stated that the rumored blazoued on the scroll of memory, drew forth from under tho cup state of mind, and no amount of Groceries, moral writing on foul subjects will TIic I'reHliIcut mid Witv for Cnpt. resignation of Minister Jackson will please call on or correspond board, where Mrs. Furber had Secretary with VT. W. School field, treasu- thrown it, the stocking which concure it. has no significance. NtoiM-- . 25cts Lower than the Lowes Bayard says he has received no in- rer, of Memphis, Tonn. Let us tained a great portion of the farWe think the bad books with a SjrcUl to ttio Lnuistillo Tim-tI haTe no clerk exponsss no store rcn Washington, Aug. C Con- timation of Mr. Jackson's resigna- put our shoulders to the wheel, mer's savings. The money was good moral are really tLp worse and pay cash for all iny Groceries, and gressman Stone called on the tion, although it is quite possiblo and success will soon crown our mostly in greenbacks of various herefore can sell as cheap as the cheap for it; it would be better so far at President to tell him good he may wish to come home. Tho st. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon papers friendly to denominations, a few dollars be- least as tho effects are concerned bye. They had quite a cordial other question has added fuel to efforts. All please publish thciing in silver coin. t.ar Flour, 23 cents cheaper than tho low this cause will JOHN WITTING. if the badness were left to speak chat, and when the Captain said: the flames on the Mexican border above. yia e fioiillicrn C'niiKrrRHiticn. the judicial murder of a Mexican W. F. Taylor, for itself without the postscripts 'I come to thank you for your kind treatment of me and to tell you naturalized to th's country who We reiterate, tho greatest danJ. F. Smith, of morality. 10W TO SAVE IjONEY. " had been illegally extradited by ger to be apprehended from a row G. V. IIamkaut, I3E A.X. R risr am in proThe with Mexico is that Uncle Sam M. C. Gallaway, Vo are Wholesale Headquarters lor al Tins is the statement of the glad President replied:to Itreat the Texan authorities, is thought of the opportunity will got some land and Indians cess of settlement, and is grades of K.J. Blumc, MexiUnited States' case against you kindly, and do most honest- here that tho murderer will be added to his Southern boundary. Committee CHSW1E SHOKiM TOBACCO and CISAKS co from the official correspon- ly hope you will be hung by the Mexican Government. Macon Telegraph. and will job to dealers only at Factory dence: As they shook hands, Capt. BAIIY. In this case tho whole responsiEATIKft pri ces; also the Cutting. U:itlnr:iMiiiy Tor The United States and tho Stone said: "Givo my regards to bility rests with tho Toxan aurolease If the Mexicans don't Mrs. Cleveland, and toll her good- thorities who have been so bellig- 4 MulliHltlnlRli MniT ot Cntin Mil Scotch, aad Smrior Scotch SauK AND states composing this Union though Editor Cutting, bad Q PATENT the best in the market. ye also Keep erent over the Cutting episode theouly foram for tho trial of bye for me." ballmn From Talnall ho be, Uncle Sam will bo obliged constantly on hand a choioe selection "Can't, you stop as you go .down A systematic attempt, it is claimCounty, a. PPPPB B . offences against their laws and to lPPPK horrible re- to send half a dozen cowboys over caH on my wife, sho will bo ed, is being mado to confuse the Abioninal Supports of Family Groceries, Confectioneries ana concede the jurisdiction of Mexi- and Savannah, Ga. A Fruits, which we will sell very low for to rescue him. Bosco over Cutting's case, uh it is sta- glad to 600 you," said his Excellen- public mind as to the position ta- port from tho lower end of Tatnall the border the cash. Please call and see us. MEDICINES Herald. ted in Consul Brigham's report, cy. The Captain did call afid Mrs. ken by the Stato Department on- county has just boon received in ton FUCfcUA & DeBOW. would bo to Rubstitnto the juris- Cleveland entertained him charm- ly by belittling tho importanco of this city. A negro woman engag-Senator Kdmunds believes tho ingly for half an hour. Sho dis- - the Cuttincr affair and making it diction and laws of Mexico for Republican nominee for I A.3ST3D those of the United States over cussed politics fully and she was appear that a question of vital cd picnic murdered a flier child nevt Saddlery aijd Harness A.3rr ' cnt- - 8,l0Uil1 b- - ari0iSt charge, had been loft hi offences committed solely within a thorough Deiuocr.it, as were her iinnortanco affecting tho honor nn 18 lather and grandfather before her. and dignity of the country is real- cooked the remains and serve.fi the United Suites. becomo confirmed TOILET ARTICLES t pPSSVPHPHSHBMPBIfk-1Edmunds mi .1. i.ip ..i !... Mr. Bayard has hero embodied in She gave tho "Gibraltar" Con- ly only an attempt to p'rotect a ?f diffw,S from Ste . gressman a most kindly disreputable individual who richly tL renmins were found salted "' PLUMMER & FARRIS, KI'WBHBiPPPPPPPti' a single sentonco a principle, the Capt. Stone thinks Mrs. Cleveland merits punishment, but also, by down in a barrel. The nogroe8 brother Jlaine. &c, &c., &c. Jackson St., opposite Courier Office &c, &c, &c. maintenance of which is worth a is tho cream of creation, confounding it with the fisheries became perfectly frenzied on! " a - - - KY. dozen wars. dispute and depicting tho State innlMnrr f ia aitr a lt- cmvml t li UICKMAN, If it is yielded, .A.. .. iVlMBHV ." Department as bullying in the one tvuuiuii .,...1 K....., !... tii niu niiiivu. tng nigiu uen after 10 o'clock itini uiiiui nut ,.H1.nnnl. al any liour.day or nigv. Americans havo no rights abroad, I.infIooHs Enemies. Sgrrrescriptions filli WELL selected stock of Saddles and PHYSICAN AI1D SURGEON, case and truckling in the other. The report appears to be authen' r. jr. Harness. New work made to orders and American citizenship ia Urniterson Nens.) DePrompt attention given to It may lie taken for granted As a matter of fact the Stato more tic. .KENTUCKY HICKMAN, worthless. occupied partment Services to all of the disappointed thot his Frofosaional The Autiinninl I'cMivltlpM, OFFEUS of Hickman and vicinity. their relatives, friends advaucod ground in this rnattor Open at St. Louis, Sept. 8th, and jan!G-8- 0 Henry Watterson writes that and allies will be round arrayed in than that taken by Webster, Ab of any kind. Tie has secured the sorviceii' of that well known and excellent worktho traveller in Switzerland is tavor ot tlie strongest bott, Lawrence and Edward Ever- - close Oct. 18th. This will bo a who ' man, Uncle Bob Farriss, which of itself over grand sight, and the overworked EETHE'SSALOON, struck at once with the boauiv of! ;,c .!..., V..,, .'?-- .. ett. all of Aiassacnnsoits, about merchant and pleasure-seeke- r guarautee of good and faithful work. country and the uglincs ofiThft nnnoil,topR nn,,;!... , years ago, in bringing the thirty apr24 vu vw.. ' "i'i should avail themselves of the A PJLEASAXT ItESORT. tho women. 'liie women appear, r ..n worthy Demo tno ireaiy oi iom '. cheap rates offered from Cairo to t ill! .ill flirt IPArlft tr Iltfb IHI- cratic l 4.t iuu HVIOi All to iwtt mi - l" Cicitizens, aud Laffoon has no J. C. PABTLOWi' J. F- - GKAY. St. Louis and return, over the FRESH BEER constantly on tap. ur.ual to see a girl and a dog hitch- reason to regret his an Fine FURNITURE, at greatly reselection. He The 3lnn Who I.lve In Every Town. Missouri Pacific Kail way. This is jars and Tobacoo, of the best brands. We are ofTerinj; all grades of Plain, Medium ed to a cart and trotting along to- could not urge the claims Patronaee solicited. of but duced prices. We carrva- full line at all times, ofChairs, Rockers, plain and marble ouo of the most splendidly equipgether like a pair of ponies. Tho one man for each position, and it Clro BnUetln.l nov lf Wardrobes, Chamber Sets, Mattresses, Spring, &c And get your Blacksmithing and general top Tables, Bureaus, everyIllinois, mu ., Kiu traiiiiiR ici.owsriuioi;8 Kepainsg done at and we guarantee our prices to be the torMf. Intelligent investigation pay., therefore New Orleans States has a word ped roads in done to and passen- i reasouabIe to blame bin tor make thing will be and lazy, loaf about the brasservj we invite your investigation of our goods. We are headquarters on j tho which it thinks should accompany his 8iin.jlo in & COS., FRITZ SCIJROEDER, ies. Their wives daughers nmI,romIso8r'-TIlouIl1- l JJ tew tho word "boodle" in the diction- gers have a pleasant time. rf sisters till the fields and Bupply ( Corner of OUari anil Exchange Struts,) s cair not bi.i".'.. tho ary which President Porter of out FAsiiioNAmr: Miss Cleveland's novol furthe markctM. now editing. It is "jooba-haw.- " splendid record Laffoon has made Yale is KTr HICEMAN, A "jobahaw," it explains, nishes this admirable addition to m a b a during his brief incumbency, and the largest line of WooJen and Metallic Burial Cases of any fitm in West carrying Good" Work at Rock .bottom Prices. Oaf "The Solid South is breaking! the people will .be slow to thrust is a man who shoots his mouth for the number of mixed metaphors : boosoend Kentucfejv "We discount all compet;tion in this line. Repairing and motto. ? lmm aside, "Ho felt tho magnotisin of his SHOP. North "West corner of Moscow Tennessee a or up as mighfhave been expected," Jot Work specialty until soiha Ronons no other roason than that ho has S&M1ILE. WORK a specialty.-says the Boston Transcript. Which charge of dishonor can be sustain- a mouth too shoot off. Old jooba-ha- conjectural passion at his side, and Trov Avenues, East Hickman, Ky., STEPHENS 4i 7IAXWELL JOHN F. S&AlT & Cfitr IfirStoje Rooms under City HalL poes to rIiow that Boston can ed against this brilliant young Cjuly2 himself lives here aud every- and many wavelets of omotiou &T SaI isfAction guaranteed, arS6H plaed upon him as they walked." April, body knows him. suake remarkable discoveries. politician. r s. n I UNCLE SAMVS, MEXICO. NEW GOODS! --- PLUMMER & DOUGLAS, Math-wit- h LATEST STYLES it-s- a AT inl' 1 DRESS CIXTGHAMS, AND PLAIN PIQUA. Wool Dr Hi Goods Iiuol-uiitn- r) l cJ ul - a-.- n -- cnn-litio- pri-Tt- l) d t ni-t!r- v, pott-pa- t, ct-n- - ...- - , i ctm-RideV- (to-morro- semi-authoiit- y j. a.mke:rg?s soists. I ,..,-,- ,.' ii"i d, r;.. MiiiiSTOia -- Faris Parker, to 0. B. KINGMAN, -- Ma Mox-lco'- 8 Hardvare,- Tinware, SIR Family Groceries. I I - Mr-Clevela- If Llllffi. nd x Jl i I o n Bvsyfeblag SFWi - n 1 d 1 ROOFI1TG B.Cs fellow-citizen- jlt 1 o J to-da- y i ! a V'tj' 1? 1 Itw T . IdTMJU Stable -- .H - -- -- F. E. CASE, i fria-iitPiww- l x. 1 tt BICEMAN, KENTUCKY, Family ui-- to-a- W. G. KINGMAN. octSO-lS- da HERTWECK, BALTZEK & CO. ftV-Co- .:... :: H1I WE 1 ( om-Jnear- ly 1 & Hickman Kentucky. to-da- y good-bye.- J. w. COWG1LL, -I DEUGS, Trusses con-atai- u Vi 'f ' -- T res-whic- h i-- "t good-bye- I 1 1 1 -- m J" V. -- FMS - to-da- y office-seeker- s, - - A ,., .- -v ., pin' iT-- '. . FURNITURE! - REPAIRING is--a - t 14-- Wash-stand- s, sore-head- m i TJNDERTAKEBS' GOODS, J. P. GRA7 w .1 - -- r -- Vt . - . 0 s 'St t "- - ! A 1 T ? :5- ' -' .m l a - J ' - -- , 'm? Jt ?5 fggM O &, ' ' V WSSfcsSEi J '- - r.- - ' 'S.4g&4tf$ V ' - ., UV don 't want war with irivi.j - V . r - "s t- -- VJ Tlie grand barbecue given on( sasKxsa: IBHH WILBURN'S 'iro.,u-t!vestcrdav by the citizens ot Ilick- 5 oi uj oldi enough td mail brought together the largesi thing about the late civil unr.: j?enerallv his effiisiuhs know how, crnwd that has assembled on a FOR Cf)Xtiltl&3t mo .ii We are authorized to announce Hdn. whether as actual participaiitSjiiiJlct him publish something that is 'similar occasion here 6incelS7u Laclede Bhclc,) Vt. J. 3TONB As a Candidate for oauie, or witnesses of tho tcrrililn ira'mnlod as oliitimttlin by the Good cheer and hospitality mv' . v.v - jtion id Congress. Subject to the action of o nival of war mics. will set o',tr persdns who never take his paper vailed throughout the day, and IIICKMan, AT. the Democratic parly. laces lirnlly and mmUfMv.i.i nor nay hum a cent. Ho will won- - each business man constituted I liaVe tfi - K,t it.i ...... , .. r -jjvci, ami .....i.. iieiier. inane '" against war. Some of the vouinr. der how they know these things himseif a special committee on (larger loaye.s.) whitsr and MVeeter J5read, or men, some bf tho now comers wore in tho paper, but wdnder in hospitality to entertain the friends than any B:ikcry in lhe cUv yr,el Two CHI. 15reat on hand all There was tro cat in Kilkenny, and others whose fortunes in life vaiil. . and neighbors who wero our creanlj Lemonade, lhe time. AIho, lee - , Kach thimght tlnre w one cjt too many, ' and n choice lot of Conaro rough, will, doubtless, hail its So tln-- qairrctalHiM fit. The rush for Europe was nev- guests. Hickman has prospered fectiouunes. Wilbnrn's Brea.l was "lhe They Knitelinl au-- th bit. excitements and dangers, with in business the past year, and yes- ire.u, at the barbecue vestenlav. fiive Till, exeeiiting tlirlr uiUlu, -. ma 3 oi i eargerness; but, there is nothing er more active than at present. terday was a grand hAnil th tii of llirir tall. me a call -WILL W1LBURN. flH Pa rjm I nit (Ml of tuocatt there nun't any. used to cost from $1,000 to uv; piincu u,) war. augis- c UOll't It iu and customers who t0 ,nnkp a ,oroi"n t0,llN to the people to that prosperity. RbbsCSC & VU The greatest faults is tt be want either the Mexicans, or ".i whereas now any one with $200 or contributed ROBKUT bOU(JMb. . 1 I J .IIAg. 1)0Ui,LAs, tt,.s of their territory - Tl.o v lUll:-.jrifA 4. n..A..T . ' m r .a We feel that one and all went conscious of none. Hi States could clean tho lMcan iut fnn ',,.1 ' , .,.., home well pleased, and favorably DOUGLAS BROS., ,...... ... .... gLlgj .mm imii'PI- JJJ.ijmpwnggg ii.. UlU i Some people are spoiling for viumumiuii ui ujtisll.v, t...i Wliat 18 i.iiim nuu nun oi:u i i;i'u juji ui impressed. The country has been a war with Mexico. tho use of doing it just because Europe. Some of the lines sail- surfeited on pay barbecues where New Grocery and Bakery,' ing for the continent offer first-clas- s to from to 20 The Congressional race is the we can. Tho in in CuttinjrA'is The most Avomlerful Pabi-Cnr- er round trip tickets for $S0. ' a man rides for his10 dinnermiles to been treated badly, but we have and get to pay M the Montgomery atmul.) next excitcmeut on docket: tho world lias ever An exchange remarks vcrv patronize lemonade stands. Yesin idea that ho has invitedlhis "Will keep a general assortment of Famknown. Your money will Blue Lick Mineral Water, can nail iieuuuoiii tor me saice otyio-toriet- truthfully: 'Tis wrong to free ily tJrocene, cheat terday was an and bo returned if uot t'oimil be fouund at Laxdeum's Drug One word from Pres- the baker out of his honest dnes; barbecue, and was not intended keep employed aConfectioneries, Ac.,Goods first class haker. as represented. Stoke. ident Cleveland will secure hisre-lease- , 'tis worso to beat the cobbler who to make troney or to build up all fr?3u and uew, and wilt not le underjune'J'i he will get that word and meads your boots ami shoes; trade, but really and truthfully as sold. Miss Josephine Miller, of Children Cry for Pitchers there may be pardon for tho an expression of appreciation and Cairo, III., is visiting relatives that will end it. - C. Castoria. L. wretch who steals your wood and good will to tho surrounding counhere. t MoHt FXcelloiit. eoal, but the man who cheats a try for the prosperous trade, &c, ATTORNEY AT LAWi Miss Anna Bain, of St. Louis, J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, ICnoxrille, printer will surely With the 'best selected, the greatest variety of stock iii Hickman. lose his soul. thev have bestowed upon Hick- - Collector, Mo., is visiting friends in the Tenn., Arrites. "My faintly and I areVn- Real Estate Agent Their prices are below any competition. (We all preach low prices.) eficiariesof your most excellent maUcine, city. .The ladies of the Methodist man and Hickman business peoIHCK.MAN, KY. But just drop in and see for yourtclf, and you will be convis cetl thai wit Kinx's New Diucoverv for consiipptioin church will have a dinner in tho ple. It was originally intended lr. CIHTRAL ACADEMY. The latest cholera reports having fotuul it to be all that yoj claim court-hous- e Ictf Will attend promptly to all l.usl arc giving yon facts. onl3' as a citizen's meeting, and from Italy show 55 deaths and tor it, JeMre to testily to its viritp ly ond days ofyard the first and sec- the railroad feature afterwards ad- neas Entrusted him in Sonthwcsteri Those who have done themselves the injustice of buying before callCircuit Court week. friends to whom I hae recommcjdetl it, 339 new cases. TI5S ADELLE ALLEN, Principal, re- ing at our store would do well to bear these facts in mind. It is to bo regretted that Kentucl:, and Norlhwestern Tennessee "' D j King's Also, all tho members of the La- ded. praise it at every opportunity Special attention given to the invest iga stiectfnllv announeei that ihu reu jjso trouble, but a pleasure, for us to show and price you our goodi. Mrs. Ay res, a great society New Diicovcry for Consumption Is dies' Aid Society aro earnestly the rai'road men invited and ex- tion of,Lund titles, and tho puichiM of tins institution will Ur Fall cure Couch, Colds, liniichitis. requested to be present at their pected, from some cause, wero sale ef Real Estate. fjan8 coinmeiice. favorite of Fulton, Ivy., is tho Art!iiiia, to Croup and cverv afftjtion of Big bargains in all departments. Come and see. not present; but no matter, we guest of Mrs. Tyler. t jiu.Mi.vv, .vucsr ao, iso. wecKiy inucim- -, .uif. x:;, ai had a grand and pleasant tiue, ami 1 Throat, Chest and Lung She will have sucli competent D. G- - PAJIK. Free at c. a. iioicomh' Dm? Store.! the residence of Mrs. C. L. Kan- Misses Uettie and Emma l'all, tho name ot tho business peo-pl- o in Literary Deparlnieiitas.majvhjijiccjed, in die. " of Fulton, Ky., arc visiting their Large Size SI.00. and the Miimo Cla.i will be in eh.irveof of Hickman the CouitiEK-rc-ttirn- s w. ATY0HJSEY AT an experienced and thoroughly qtiinitid friend, Miss Mattie Taylor. Hundreds of people aro home thanks to each and every approThe Mississippi river JIAYFIELD, - - KY. teacher. d less in Wisconsin by reason of tho one of our visitors, &c, &c Weather proverbs are almost priation, passed by Congress tli-- SI ncc March, 1ST 7. great torest tires, which, for near-In Active l'rnc as worthless as campaign promi- apptowd by the President, npj """ """" ly one hundred miles, are raging1 WlIiT practice in all tue counties of the i i lit Hi ses alter the election is over. $2.1,000, each, for tho Baptist First Judicial District, and in the Appel- Iuterinediate Tho ladies of tho Hiekmanjuiid along the line of the Wisconsin church will give aofPink Tea The President will leave the Advanced Central railroad. Tho loss bv tho late Courts of Kentucky. White House next Tuesday for a Columbus harbors. Tho Senato septlS-l- y hill, Thursday on court-hous- e Speu-.t- y 20 duva in month. Session of lOinonthS-jnly'2of the village of 20 per cent., month's vacation in tho Adiroli-ilaclj- scaled this amount sherbot, " night next, cer amounts to $."00,000. which leaves $18,100 for use at FOR SALE. DEAI.KR ., , , , ,. , &c. &c. each place. These amounts-arn;i;uu maims nun, Mns. L Amuekg, Prest. 1200,000 feet dry Cypress Building ISuilrtcrs. To Bridge Mrs. Henry Knocrr, of Union named for ue at Ilickmaifand and says that Mexico must yield.! and 'Fencing Lumber. Alo, 100,000 City, and Miss Annie Koehler, of Columbus, and ought to bo sS us- It is no ebullition of enthusiasm, ' .Mi:s. L. L. Undehwooi), Sec'y. Sealed proposals will bo received hy the DMIiJS Cyiiress Shingle. undersiued, as :i committee of the Fulton Cairo, HI., are the guests oMisses ed, but our opinion is thatlthat but only after mature considera-- ' 1JUX DUPwVXT & DU C W R Y. Cimtv Court, until the 20th of Aucust, Lizzie Kit o err. Mississippi Riverpom-missioAnnie and iiiarl2 delectable tion, that we are constrained to Salt Station, Aug. 7, 'SO. w(i, for thelmihliiiR of a Jkvjsn : will find some way to ivoid express our approbation ov do- Mi:. Editou: In last week's There were between 2,000 and using the money here, precisely PILE BRIDGE T- - TYLER scending to the vernacular long coup o uyi HD1 PRESCli I P TIONS CARbTJi., ,,'vu iunu iu inu. uiii uvi uu .. i;.K-1T- ias thev did four a ears ago. tynr enough to remark: 'Bully for Couiueii 1 notice a mistake. It U!A. &Racross Rayon de Chien Creek, about a 0T ..II tnnl.iv ulniitr iw not mi was reported the Defeat sank. v,. ...... 1.;- r t ...i, cii, n... ociiiuur.s sum mile from Hickman The piling to he of ui. u;i iruj-ti? ,,1i.,,,l ..,..1 ,,.... thing managed wtiriiiv o ,,,-,-, IJcing passenger, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, cypress or cedar, and the hridgc to bv com .!,,. ; ti. X -T- .... are in Kentucky twen lowing astatement: 1 make tho folnnnBB "" " well, &C, &C ! pitted by 1st of Xov. next. ".I, q here , T'1, 7' .. (.nun pq ntul o.w J trii.fc ig-u-g.0 v..... Qil ....vvi, wt: m: Plan and ppecifirntioni con be feen at At the earnest solicitation of IIICKXAX, - - - KENTUCKY in :.;,.. n l.n the olhce of A. D. Kinsman. The commil-te- e .,..; tnnni,irr 1M..M.' U"i.."c Mr:..:...: my 'Squire 1)., I boarded f"i. W Mr.. s,I,M" JU'1. ... "i.iiut, Ul IIKVI UIII IIIHI Oil me pretextr""'" excuse "tl.or counties trvinir the liquor tue friendrior packet, Defeat, at 7 ...... .. or ..:"' of doing away with this mode reserve the right to reject any and all Salt attend to all busimi entrusted bids. juace lias laiien iteir to an estate; uot to use it here. I X trafiic. Twentj'-scveother coun- p. in., MoudsiA. Aug. 2nd. This WILL 1 care S. L DRKWKY, of eight million dollars, from a ties will vote iijioii prohibition being my friend's first trip tin the Office Furniture Factory. . W. . PLUMMER, i An l:l (Mlzcn California relative. J novS.'Tb K. II HALL. Mr. J. SI. Vfirri an nlil rtiitTt of this year, under special acts pass- - ssiltx stream, he was :hakv and DEALER IN Hickman, Kv., July 2'.i, 1SSC. nervous, and having a surplus ot The Superintendent Of Public .Koine, Ga., tl at he had beenfhadly ed by the last Legislature. l troubled with Kidney Complaint for Ig'eat ,iiImimMniorJN Kollcc. DKUGS. MEDICIXH?, DOOKP, STATION El: Y, an! School Snpplie". Just ruction ill this. State ailUOUUC "milk of human 1 iiidiiciN.s," I A disease is ravaging tho the Fancy (5O0D,TnYS. and PICTUEES, cs that tho . fur lio u v ru.ntu .... t..... inr.i ,nany Jpa a"d with hczema forJllird went "up' with him for company. All persons indebted to the cat ale of John Tciulici- Wanteil, SLTXDniES, PAINT.S, 011, WINES and LIQUOES, for Medical use. . year will be -- 1.00 10 years; at times cotihl 1:..scircelv waK and towns of Madison. Chippewa The veteran naigator, L'nclo I, C. .Maddux, deceased, are respectfully no rent school iL.,.:. Falls and MHadore, ,....1 .:..-Public In School District No. each pupil, lor both white and ul he U-- an ukmv Electric Bitlf and tint Inivil ttii vkwimik, Wis., which was Commodore, and sure he tified to ciillon the undersigned and settle, School. Male Teacher 21, to teach C.illon AGENT FOH THE preferred. iirniwiinworl . ,...,. . , ana ave costs, and auy iersons holding would "git thar;" P.. It. handled claims asainnt the estate are notified tl or address, COiOiect SCHOOLS. anointing hi hand and feet withi'.uck . . Asiatic cnoiera. lhebtate l.oartl t i., i .hi mi G. O. ROACH, Chra'n. S E W IS1. G entucky stands hfth in theJC(i h;niRreat rt.!;ef antlhe5, rongly fccom- - t Health is iucliucd to doubt the wheel with an aitistic touch: prrent tbesaine properly proved up july23 'Squire D. with Charley K. took W.J MADDUX, Adm'r f cale ot illiteracy, but as a matter! mends Hlectric Hitters to all whtfuffer that it i s cholera but will inesti- of John C. Maddoi. deed. j S3?H:CIA.r.T"Y". charge of the ofiice, and when not of tact there are only three States with Kidney Complaints or need alHood gate. auglS It eharuinjr ui the losses, D. was DR. D. BBATTY, K. L. JIOOEE, can be found over Powell's Grocery fo attend night calls. in the Union that pay a larger per Purifier. Sold by C. A. ilolcombc.t The next session of Congress trying to "turn these recreant . j to the common school fund capita ?ER!SK ANDERB1LT UNIVERSITY, s this one has .lacks from the bottom." but it 1 lie August numlier of pern-- 1 wiU not be s0 ll )? than ICcntuckj. litu- - was like callittjr spirits froai the orest's .uaguzme eomoq to us been, as it must end by legal TKNK. Ih now located in XASIIVILLi:. ISsS The Fuitou Circuit Court con freighted with goodreadinglMr.s. Nation in about three months after vasty deep; the genial .Jim T. ionronn J I .tTitnri.. Sevfn llcrartmiTt aw Tlir..l.. l'l.iruiacr HICK .11 A X III. j tied around in tho stove-woo- d de- venes .Monday, Aug. 2o, at which Mu.l. l onnttpt WcUy ntsinllirwl t..u arr lnrmlnrl contributes an intemthi" t opens. Iiipaft-mUall. and tuiti-rtwrn In tiitio Circuit Judge Kandle and article on oae of the t.pioa SPECIALTY. Saving NATURAL e of .MHllcinc and Cai)t. T. J. Below, of Union- partment, while 1. ofhciateu as i.n Hft lt, i. I'm: In Acadptnic, ; Commonwealth's Attorney Cross-laumate:T. was master of the culi- - lfntallen.irtm'iit(i.SMf-irh-KnBlnrerinir. riiammrT and TEETH; Treating Diseased and I5LCED Ijivf.fim. 3llirnl, stars. Genevan o R'ard: town, has leased and taken charge ARTIFICIAL TEETH made Uildinil.tlVIWhut.locy. fr.-- . enter upon the duties of tluir lvama M. Tii!' fnrniKhml , r ..it,. oMri. i.r,r..i nary corner; Sfiuire r. attended tW,application to W ILs W ILLIAM.jta.ue frro INC. GUMS;approved style. rr ti.n q. .! !:rctary. on in the most " iiosition. . on ''South K lismTtmi mvl to the linen and laundry busin ess, . . j ... Office, in Hie ' f LOWER and LOWER. 'Oighborhoo i.: ...wfiiT Jeinwgs ' w:i 1 he American hur associat ion .r: i. n ; n irsiri ,l U L. ( u as MONTGOM EKY RESI DENCK, countrymen .. will ... 'My never n.iii-ir-oc-- t .1111111.11 1101U IIS Jlllllll TT1 & l,..tj (Irnmnii . .... i.ri.JirJ .. .... G. .... Kestuckv Stuekt. . . .. sessimi ... ,.i i . .icii.etn.l . li- 'Ssninroc ad- - All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c . . . u .hi uiiiiiiliiii :ir- uio inisiiir Tti'ir. fiiio m- rtioir i nu--. fi,.js ytj gfeiFSa.roic;s MKl , it .....i x. liii,iiii.uicii I will not be july CO. "U'lnt is i oiiitiittoiiri iiiul at Saratoga, .tvueust. 10, iv anil zv. as cheap as the cheapest. 11..11111 i (i!i7.piir);!AI! hf. lAi'd nu fninicrn . JUUJN mirably. So substantially o nicer Ur .. . luuiu. ;t.wi CL. 'Liberty and Prohibition " .i Airs. rn ., r,.r..,en .. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of HardwariL ed, tho sad, solemn, serious set . . . Mr c.vct .'... ..... !... - Hart's serial is . continued.-fiher- IT .... ..., ..... v.s....i., 11 .11 :.. .). II. .......- ..1... 1.....1:-. .. i.i.i. .iiii.i....i..i..-- . i... ....'..I. . sailed up siilt stream, a desolate. which are offered at OXF PHI E, and that the very lowesl the rearkei .. ... .A4 ... .... . . .... ... .v.. ..a. r.A.. ti. .........1.. 111 - ..?..! i. Ti he is I i.lll. JLilL: ....ii ":i.. uiii M!vei.n "ijiiii fMiiit4 .ii mi. C.....1 ....lr...i nuuu, ;u o u' . justifies. AH goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. ems. nun (i fin vilnn!.!.l rir. umnvitmtr '"". uh,r -- fUBPion: ciot'h liucil with one inclceil,of the shoie first. ilic, vanished l I'ioiu L'en.-i- l wrecks Mifcs Sammio Trin, of Hick- World's of "fceptm Chiibt m hopes. At tho he id of naigation Proren.s." The man, and Miss Pearl Beadles, of, niece is a fine s'eel onrr:ivi!t rail. ,vfuili. - Leader, V. II. Jackson. wo found an immense cemetery .Moscow, after a pleasant visit oT ed "Harmony." Kveryhody cordially invited. with monuments of a'! Bizt'S and several days with Miss Kosci .Sec'y. A. A. lJA-.iishapes, but all made from one maI iSnow, of Pierce Station, returned A nil en NnWe. terial, salt, the mtit,t conspicuous h.oaies yesterday by way! The Dest Salvo in the norld foi Cuts, to their being that of J. C. B., which bears G1U YES COUNTY OFFICEKP. j Brnii-es- , of Fulton. Fttltonian. .iores, I'lcers, Salt Rlieum Fever! Circuit Clerk Gus. G. Coulter. this legend: "Dear Fisher, burn MM ! I M I. County Judge J. F. Bobbins. this letter.' Many have resurgem Two or three grown women Sore, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chlblains I Ta i i Corns, and all Mtui Eruptions, mil posirl J on them : therefore, in chiseled in the United Slates are ciaimiiig' tively cures Pile, or no pay requiffd. It Coiinn Clerk D. P. Coulter. we know Gout iy Attorney M. J. Moor - the sweet bo anti-bye- , Ut he Jesus Christ, md a little is guaranteed to cive perfect AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: what to expect; but it seems to or money refunded. Price "Jo ceute pr bo.. man. irirl at Vernon, Ala., claims to be. ui 13 J VV- U- If J lino one trip would suffice for any Sheriff S. A. Xormnn. The little girl For sale hy C. A. Holcombc a returned angel. TIRIED &13D man, if tho lengthy lugubrious is drawing thousands to see her. .Assessor J. P. Wilson. d Mr. William Blair, of faces of this crew is to bo taken llinYIX of Hartford, Conn ; LANCA.IHER Manchester, England; HARTFORD, Jailor T. M. Curtis. KEISTTUOKI'S': --Tho independent Kepublican man county, it is pro- L 'as evidence. Tho poetic candid-- Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, Surveyor J. Murphy. ticket defeated the Democratic!i duced the best wheat crop over xox- Coroner J. 6. Thomas. AND THE is continually yooting, ticket in Trigg county, except as grown in estern Iventuacy, or School Sup't. S. P. Albritton. 'IIoet.irincs Ptrrnnl In tlie human , blwt." to assessor. Paul A. Curling, who. t ,east w0 sh.; so claim mill ev-- ; For whisky, 2,371. 3tn nvter n, t.ut lDrawinp, Plans, full epecifications as to everything needed furiuMictl, and entire MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW An, Agaiust I toll hint to go lvaj to lw head, but . ;., t,i.... vi as Liio xiciiiiuiicau uitruiur in inm ' ;,irt.. cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited. soak his ilrt i A.'w.. i..imti'v J.1UU i i xiw u lii liivj i:iillihi n - irnri district in the last Presidential 'Pino '4.r ninin linil in t ('X OfifAQ 'u molt ( ho still grinds on, I might "a tale Gffick, i t Moore Laudrum's Drug Store. j. mo nu uii tin uau t j HICKMAN COUNTY OFFICERS. contest, was chosen county attor-- ! which yielded o,2io bushe's, an unfold," (if I know how,) but Commonwealth's Attorney-Sa- m ney. and ideas too, when most of 31i bushels t the Crossland. "needed. Therefore, excuse brevWo presume there will bo no acre, lacking a small friction. Circuit Clerk Morris. ity. war soon with .Mexico, tho' for About G acres, stalk land, bought County Judge Ilodgors. Dkik Dapple. S bushels, while his 45 the past fortnight it can't be de- only about Attorney Taylor. nied that the warlike spirit of the best brought 3S. This crogrew " Clerk Moss.' American peopje was highly on clover land, grazed two years, Council 'rnceeliiij;s. Sheriff Winters. aroused here and there through- and a few acres mowed. Jicu-ne- LOCAL NEWS. c 'r iOa.ai. TliQ.flf risrlit in the foliownitr: know atiyU paper nl it desires to An exchange puts it about! . 1 - ' Ml in m - - - I ixuiaui sea DQTJAKTEHB FOB " EESBSW 3SOIT 3T STOPint, tctr f avIei rcEEb 0td J hand-shakin- g I . -- i -- t - THE OLD RELIABLE 1, y. old-fashion- Jr JLiiri U J3MlUo & LflU HANDLE. AEE STILL IN THE RING? j I - grnar-antee- il Trirt-JklU."- ej aoi-taut- WW, 4Jft 3EXso.-- Bros, c2 Oo- c theMm-prowmci- it Par-destructi- 3 -- THE OLD RELIABLE CIIAS. A. HOLCOflliE, -i s. i ice-crea- e . l. n iiiwk c; - "0". faints jd mnmm tjc j jx SSl" , .,.,. 1 1 1UV.-IUI- - T... ',,. .. 1 --- V, . n .Sln-nlts- XDTJQ O Z! I 8-- . ,.tr . . -- I . 1 WHITE Kj 3?KESCIlI3?TIOiSrS MACHINE ---.- lff 13 m hus-Crol- y " 1 in-- fr-- h iT dia-mati- -- - IA, d U-m- 1 , it-- j ......... rv" ,;i fl.i-..o.mr- .! .... "." ii,r.i , .. 1 - . i ..o-.o- ! j .- e . - .. ..- ,- - 1 vi-- t.iBnisli.-'!!uil"Theiblll,Jl,(- INSURANCE. HOOFING A SPECIALTY. ?, Itm-ltloir- s I AD MAB1IIB J. D. MILLARD HICKMGS". & SOW. LANDBXTM & DAVIS, sttii-actio- , TIME FERE TESTED. ran, smm 111 m Hick-concede- S lr-it- ij) M m I inn-jntsjiig- toilUiJMiiA, "(0 out the country, and most notably in Texas. School, Superintendent IT. laiiita Fire, Life, 3 T. M. FRENCH, t. Ucntisiry. Dr. K. Davidson, announces HiocMAjf, Ky & . nge, Oole. Hertweck and Fcthe Tildeii's estate foots up only will bo6. Hickman from the 17th to the in The Mayor being nbtcnt. Councilman fivo million dollars instead of ten 2 1st of August, for the purpose of jpractt-cinUainape was called to the chair. A I3apy Policesna::. his profession. He has no nev methWIEEKE VAX I5UY A SUITAI5I.K PKESBST T ITS million as generally published. Represents' a lirfc of flic very best Companies in the United States: The minutes of the last meeting were IJ ,t,lln niwrlr Vknt millinii nftlitc ods or untried theories, but comes with Wftslilnston Critic. read, approved and signed. & old 'f"d- the icc The policeman at the door of OFFICE AT to public charities, and ouc million.1 ft ACCOUNTS ALLOWED: . nrinciiile?. Keiers to tnoe ior Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the. beautiwas a grand mental ,,i ,,nn innp irnri. ii.veVGnr work tho church ofi'erod Mrs. Cleveland. , , to ins relatives, no . . . & n '23 , for Account of jSZIT-- aprO V" "m i.:i i.i .ii.:.i(.wiiini,.Mo.- i iriinm ueiorc your tceiu are iosi, aiw nmiu an timureiiaunuor which sue 11112111 was proeuted. Powell bcincBroproperly53 ap- ful and varied stock. . . i "u ".o done urn iiiiiii, uuu uiio iuou aud prices are low. proved, was allowed and check ordered ia tatucnt shows it. 'the rain. The average woman sued for the amount. "What is tho matter with the An old farmer and his wile under the circumstances would ACCOUNT REFERRED. V. Frcst. 11. L. ALEXANDER, Cash: Hickman CouniER? Three weeks were robbed and gagged, nfcar St.' have accepted the umbrella with Account of the Clerk of the Kentucky at new store, Fuqua & DeUow's old stand, has an endless vaicty of R. T. 1'LEK, Frcst. U. BUCHANAN, since we received a copy of it. Louis, last Saturday, an account n grateful "thank you," and car-o- f Court of Appeals for $25.30, in case of L'ooks and Fancy Stationery, Papcteries of all styles and finish, Pens, It. which is published imthis it over herself to the carriage; ISondnrant & Drewry va. N. C. & St. L bePulton. Boomerang. s, Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Gases, euros, ecc, tvc. which only part your soul, we had as soon sue. Such robberies asalmostj but Mrs. Cloveland isn't an aver-o- f B , was presented, tie financo ofcommittee, Pencils, in endless variety. Pless by approved aud, Toys daily occurrence somewhere in ago woman. Instead of mcroly ing referred to the City Attorney. as was part with au old sweet-heaumbrella, 6ho Why don't yie HICKMAN, the the country. OHDERTO REFUND. with tho Boomerang. The people who havo surplus money de-- j eoptod tho true and gallant blue City Clerk was directed want it, the women love it, and posit it in some safe bank ffKeep- - coat as well, took his arm as if he to On motion, theII. Buchanan for o'.00, issue check to tho children cry for it, and tho ing money at home these days is'j had boon a Minister Plonipoten-no- t this amount having been overpaid by mm $50,Q009 only a great risk, but is really tiary and Envoy Extraordinary, on tax of Mrs. E. S. Davis' property. Courier is bound to have it. a standing invitation 10 rouucia aim went, wuu nun 10 iter cumayu TOLL BOOKS COMPARED. is On motion, the Council proceeded to Texas is hot for war with aud highwaymen. Of course tho policeman Leing regularly organized acd ready for businejs; wc respectfully solicit the patronago TI10 Fall Session will commeuco Tho citizens have orMexico. in a state of delirious coniplimont-ednes- s compare the poll books of tho election oi all. All coilieciions maue ior ueposiiors iree 01 cnaigc. xiiruTtu 1SSG, whereupon it apwhich totally unfits him held August 2nd, ganized Minute Men all along tho PRICES GREATLY REDUCED ! paper running three or four months, discounted at tho SIOKPAY, AUGUST 30, i$B6, received a for duty, but he will recover with peared that J. N. Outien for City JuJge, rate of per cent, per annum. border, ready to march at the tap We are now offering balance ofl of the votes cast Ana Coutinno Four Months. Sjiriug Sctsion Commence of the drum, and it Is with tho ut- our immense stock or bpring Dress careful nursing. of and G. M. Wilburn received a majority 3? most difficulty that the authorities Goods at half their actual value, in the votes cast for City Marshal, and on ISBTji 3, M.0KDAY, Republican Gnieis. carfhold them in check. It is said motion, they were declared duly elected. tay. the Mexicans along the bor- order not to carry over any. As From Paducah Statnlanl. Anil Continue Five Month". that officers' CHAS. BALTZEK. GEO. B. THRELKELD. 'B.T. tTLER. II. BUCHANAN.. der are equally excited, and keen we are leaders on Dress Goods, you The gains made by tho Republi On motion, the Cleik was directed to isTl,o course or ntnJr, Inclu.liiiR thorough primary work In English branches, Mtlieni.itici, Latin, K M. ALEXANDER. L. L. UNDERWOOD. W. C. JOHN SON- ami Calntliemcu. can form some idea of theimmensc cans in Trigg county should be sue chocks to the officers of the August firwk, thr Natural Science. Klorutiim. reninanhi., for war. ,inl,ncM to tho prewar. lion of ttuJents for college, and joiu.g men Tor Si4 Iecul attention h offering. with alarm by tho First election for their pay. viewed bargains we are ConTho Democratic District roSTTONED. Democrats. In ISSi tho & Maxwell. district Alexander gressional Committee called to vote stood:' Cleveland, 1312; Tt,o M.rnr nA twn nf the bo.inl of Friday last, took meet at Paducah, County Assessor next Blaine, S96, giving a majority for rAnnmUon Kninff nrKPtlf Otl lUOtlOI). tllQ The TUITION no action as to organization, a year will get about $525 for the Cleveland of 410. At the late Au- further consideration ofbid on grading Triinary rupild S3) . month., nnnrnin not beincr Dresent. This assessment, unaer ino now iaw gust election for County Attorney, Moscow avenue was postponed until the Internjetliatr, p' 5W " .Viext regular meeting. AJranerd is probably well. The Committee he gets 4 per cent, on the first thevoto stood: Dabney, (Dcm.) KErORT. RE ADVANCE. TR EASU PAYABLE MONTHLY IX do not deBiro to enforce special million dollars and 1 per ccut. Curling, (Rob.) ltfliG a The City Treasurer presented his monthorganization unless tho success, on each million of valuation after 1003; ReO. Democratic loss of 211, and a ly report," which was ordered filed. Kt., Jaly 23, 18?fi, tf or morale, of the party apparently tho first. Fuitou county last year publican gain of 377. MOSCOW, KY,3 itna UKIOK CTY, BXH On motion, Council adjourned. demands it. W. L. McCUTCHEN, C. C. supply of assessed a little over two jnillions. Attest, M'anufacturea and kcepi coDlantI-- on hand, a full Effingor, and sis- Under1 tho old law Assessors Mr. Harvey So tho Democrats of Tennesby the list, BURIAL CASES. ter, Miss Annis, of Hickman, were were paid percentage, atid now see nominated Bob Taylor for COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT Money. awl nothcity this week visiting tho they get a Taylor, in the Governor yesterday ; Alt' Iiepub-i:nt.oB ing is paid for listing a poll. Elehteon Professors and instructors. Orders' by telegraph or telephone will receive ,mopl families of W. W. Meacham Jlonev paved h money made. A housebrother, is alreitdy tho his Cofiee Engineering,Ciassical, Horail Srtoil. !Mr. Effinger is Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, A full li no oi Ladies' and Ucnts" minai """"V fuoinlirent Liniment ivr t,. Me.Dadc, iiniiihipo: .and wo have the hold necessity, Davidson's Patent iwcnijr John W. Stevenson t:cacu t order. Old Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses f Suny; one of Hickmanf3 most popular died at his hpfne, Covington, Ky., won derllll, (lOUOUiu spccim;.u u xm irAriAc nr i.nnioiiiHiiniil0 you besides thft gave(1 th and Chill dry goods salesmen, while his sis Tuesday. lie was one of i eilUl COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FRtt ur iumiuim.- Eooiand win take orders for them no. pur tvra brothers pitted against uuv- - mr;fy;ng your coffee. The agenS will call the ,. tnr in miA of the most accomplish Tor CatalORUC anJ other utlbrmatioi. all term l,eEins Sept. 8ttJ, 1886. nt vourhomes: or you can sen junelS pubi oth nt. for thf mcrn omCO OI aud .,' JexlnjBton, Kcntuc-Addrcis JA?tE MM 1ATTER80V Ph; ed youulfladies of our sister cityj est men ablest of Kentucky's at Ore Hickman House; in Hickman, !y; ernoiv he FaltoniftUf g that ho Jailor Flatt. Assessor Tarver. Council met. Prcent, Aug 10, 1SSC. Councilmeu Ram , lame a I i Muil. ... COURT-HOUSE- ,) ;.'"..,... TSiXCilLJSr MRS. JENNIE GARDNEF.., Port-folio- i is-iri- cd J rt ac-me- rs KI. GaldweU's eafeeei. JAUAIIY IJook-Krln- CAPITAL, 5SV io-da- y rna-jori- ty tji:r,:ect'o:r,s: " J f -- lln-KMi- J. TAYLOR. UNDERTAKER .s . ? aa n fTATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Ex-Go- v. . . i " A If JK; i-- i "3L && h 4 IK i1 .- f -- " ' - .. :t i.'& 1? ' i i3-- - fcr- - .- .3- - t