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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 hic1886090301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r-"'LA' r $i "I ('JK7- - THIMCIIM I, BT COMER. Fine Job Printing' i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAN, KY. Offioe-Jacka- I I -7 l J , HICKMAN The Oldest Newspaper' in Western BULGARIAN MUDDLE Sooms Likolior Every Day to Mako Very Serious Trouble. The. KiiHsl.iu Prtlie.-UilII.i1 EXECUTE- D- COURIER 4cHf ' With Neatness and Dispatch. AX.-E fI ENVELOPES, 'i L3TTER-HEA3BII.I.-I3CEA.3D3. D' BlliliS, oa Street, next door to City Halt ' s. " 5 , , QEOROE WARREN, Editor. Kentucky. 3. ISSfi. lOfrmT-A.TioiNr- PRICE OF SITBVCKIPTIOX, 81.50. ESTABLISHED FIRE DAMP. Explosion in a Coal Mino at ISoi). ETC.. ETO. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, VIU DAY. SEPTEMBER AN EARTHQUAKE. SOR ROWS OF SAILORS. 54 ThoVrg'cj, Milp Ii:to!!f Goes to the Hot ""sTel,e f CreT Drowued. "ettjTokk, Aug. 2i -- A St Johns (N. F ) special to tho Herald say., A dispatch fr01" St Pierre announces the total loss of the French ship L'Etoile She was com- and was W!2LbF Captain Cherel. fishermen. raanneaby acrow of twenty one .iL3? returning, fish laden, with others of the Grand Bank fleet, when, dur-Utne prevalence of a dense fog and very boisteroBj sea, she struck yesterda morning on'the reefs of Kalian's Island. shattered in pieces and immediately Jank. Twelve of her ciew wero drovrutd. Nino with the Captain wero wash jqthrough the boilingsurf and landed attlO'jiylip shingles and seaweed of th wiuiiyn an apparently uieiess couuiuou. A VOL. It NowMiuh- XXI.-1- 48. fTV3 OJkXX AI41 X7f M-- g? wny.j w t CURRENT TOPICS. com crop is in a poor" i SILENT SENATE. A PLAIN ISSUE., THE COMMONWEALTH. Miscellaneous Item. Louisville Leaf Tobacco Market. The market for Burley tobaccos has been i Ar:r k val exposition will bo Lclil tit Ilavre innH7.H YonK professor annually tattoos 3,0i Scran-to- n. persons. v.orth:every year. Till Princess ot Wales spends 5,(XX a "year for bouquets. fuE'Cuttjng edge of this Mexican business i$ about wore off. The grape-ro- t is playing havoc with sonie. Vinland vmoyurds. A Tojsonto woman proposes a society for the prevention of kissing. The Massachusetts convicts nro to havo .wttwju bujijiiv cm ou. a, Tva&iiixgton is one of the lx&t, if not the best paved city in; the world. ix 7j?WWrrih32prjYiifojnaU' lelivcrv. companies operating in Berlin A In Vermont was drowned in a vessel of sour milk some days ago. The story of tho discovery of meerschaum in Oregon turns out to bt a mere sham. ..ApvitES,.from Corea show that cholera twenty thousand persons in one Mi'sitTS damtgo 11o Miners Killed am! Soieral Others Wounded. ! tLa Erie Canal 500,000 Si this" which , Aug SO There was an ffplo-rio- n gas in the Fair Lawn Colliery, in of cttyTat eight o'clbck this moruinr, by kin-ton- Hugh e .. jj.k. province.1 leave this world svith a very poor opinion of republics. ' - " Tiiehe is: liulc doubt that anarchy in the" pretty closely: United States has hud its wings clipped' The Czar of Rusia is growing economical,. Ho has cut the czarowitz down to 539,000 a year. Machines for reeling silk from unplerced .cocoons are in operation in the Agricultural Department in Washington. .Thrones i are cheap in France. Two made for the last Napoleon nre now vsluod at $100 each, and find no takers. ii t The 'Niagara Falls crank who goes through tho rapids begins to assume the proportions of a national nuisance. Mns. Cleveland, the President's wife, lias taken sixty sittings for pictures in a Washington photographer's gallery. T"J. Gkat, pack with my box five dozen quills.'.' . The peculiarity of this sentence is that it contains all the letters of tl e alpha- Seven, citizen? 'of Chicago will shortly bet Suicides caused nolcss than twenty-fou- r of the total number of liO deaths reported officially for May as having occurred in tho German armies. The Sava7inah Xetcs says: "There is a man in Athens forty-thre- e years old who never fired'a" gun in hls'life." Probably'he is without arms. Pittsburgh seven Bessemer steel plants. Steel is so generally talcm-- the placuof iron that the puddlers art moving west to outain work. The ratidrrs for the force that was o invade Mexico, may now very property bj sent to those counties in Texas whose "inlabitauts aro suffering for the necessities of life. A cinsr.ENT paragraph is totheelfect that the accomplished daughter of Mr. Lawrence Barrett, obedient to her father's wishes, has never seen a play or an opera. "A FOBTIOK ot the Gulf of Mexico was blown into the city of Galveston, lhe other day, thus making mariners of o had no tastes what ever. The belle of Long Branch is a lieautiful yonng Jewess named Stella Isaaca, whose face is said to be a perfect facsimile of 'that of Venus, seen on artistically-cu- t cameos. , TnE new election at Leith for mwnber of parliament resulted in the triumph of tha Gladston'ean candidate, Mr Fergu'-on- . B competitor, Mr. Jacks, lost 4.J56 votes s"co . last fall. ot A strovo argument for tho omb is cremation, is that the Vanderb to.be permanently guarded. Oy detectives, and a bouso'ii being consfucted in its vicinity for their use. A'cuRiosrrr'of engiaeering. I" the'fofnT ofa tiny engine, has been mdo l an cIockmakTr. It wfghs only about fifteen grains, and Is entirely covered by an ordinary thimbley A xew umbrclla'Mrice is a patent win. dow in one of thectia(i, through w Inch the traveler ca see who is ahead of him and how to,roid punching him in the back with thoiarp point. A fETEOK, brilliant with blue and red iight, was seen from Eastport, M11.. a few nights ago. It was sei for thirty seconds, and left a red track across the sky i.f ter the mbteor had disappeared. iVATOnei!aj X. Y., the other day, a baso hall umplro made a wrong ruling. When it wasjiomted out to him he fined himself Sevienty-Gvcents. At the close of tho gumo his severity gave way, and he remitted tho now-ha- s ? 1 j f numerous-citizeus.wh- sea-ptoin- g ecmy - e fine,- - Guevt, now eighty yotrs old is represented as Tfrom cares .which ladrincing; years,? rather than declining patriotism, have rendered burdensome, and talks of resigning. The engineer of Rapid City, 1). T., in Purveying for the water works, located tho reservoir Several feet above tho fountain hea'd of the water supply, and now the water wiH not run into the tank, end therefore the city's'$50,000 water system is of no PKEsT-MiN- andfar from robust, seek-ing'xeL'- et use. 'Warriorsrdoa't wrorfc." ABorvAio paper says that just before session ot the savants 111 that city, Bishop Cox remarked to a reporter: of 'I should liko to correct the proof-shee-t my prayer. You newspapermen and the printers are sounfamjliar with prayer that you're pretty certain to "bungle It up" badly." This will go on record as the standing joke of tho session. Christine Nilsson denies the story )hat she wasimnrTied the other day, and, as she vqu,ld nppear to havo been in a good position to know, her wprd ivill doubtless go a long way,withLthe public. e . Ax exchabge says:1 "Mr. Jbnfcs called to ee n yesterday and laid an egg. on our desk.1' .Mr. Jones can have $50 a weet by tdpplying to3Ir. J3arnmn, who will bill him , as the Only Human Hen." Theue are almost as many fools and land of ours as there mwiita were a, .week ago, but tho Niagara Rapids 'are still doing business at tho old stand. Excursions at reduced rates. jeTHE..Ticinity of Niagara Falls would bea Tery'snitable tpot for the establisLment of an internatioiHtl lunatic asylum just now, -- Red Cloud, a Sfoux chief, believes that itis bottecto get a living out of the white peopjo than to quarrel with them. "TTbat we want," .says he, "is whito men to plant our cornjtioe it, harvest It and put it into the barnswhich they will build for us -- ., iwthiw-belove- d give the institution a fine start. TlriM'wife of Jacob Scharf, a saloon-Iteat Cambria, Wis., did not know.that stove, hi kept his money in a watu bho, .touched a match to tho waste paiwr. Ills lo-- w as a00 in greenbacks and Skfebn W in coin. .j , ,a physician of Boston, who advertiBing to euro fcousome notoriefy the opium habit, has been arrested for con fcplrluff with Mr. Robinion to murder ber daughter, Lfle A., who U 8uppod to fcidlMl rroni pohon lsut FebmtrTt er long-unuse- 7riftC5cnS2Ku?rrSi,P"'lhks aloneto d s CjC-JJek- s, Frenzied Naples. Nutfs. Aug 2D. Mount Vesuvius is now wcrerownd m l - of in which in a violent state of eruption, and the peobv ti. uii"1t A?ot. thev xveK 8 Vl lilt1- l ' 'r ,,au,': ple living in its vicinity have lied to the lium"d interior, fr it,.ies and a,,p are congregated in a,'" p ','a, wcre res- - open field-.- ,where theythe most of their timo Bra v. who re spending i ued in axaU3tt'lt'Q",l,t,,nNaples is in prajer and supplication. almost depopulates, aud the few people Eientrical Sahway Begun. n Tho who remain are also isEW York, Aug. two vears of open spacer, and squares of tho city , men flisctiss-onand women legal cdhtentlons, etc, work are filled with offering up was bpgnxi upon the E'ocncil Subway upon tlieir knees and save their prayer lives. to stay the eruptions this forenrou. The cmiosit.ii through The some stato of consternation exists at which. Uip wiraferto run rnn'utns 12con-duiMlnchesin diameter. 1 here are to Bari. where tho priests arc proclaiming visitation of God belie two Ifnes of these :de l. side, and tho that the eruption is cause of the wickedness of tho people A alHXit two,, feet wide. surface will be consequent wakening of religious fervor has taken place. Nearly every person m Three Trackmen Instintly K'lled. tho town can bo seen in a devotional atti"Witmohe. Pi , Aug 3". Three trackmen, tude at almost nny timo in the day or employed on- - the Penusvlvania llailrond, night were struck bv an engine, near Sumnpr Seven Fatalities. Hill, this morning, aud instantly killed. PiTTsnrKGH, Aug. 29. Seven fatalities to" avoW a Thenwusjpp-itoi- r one track h Mrs. Mary tjaifi. w hi.ii th" v were struck occurred hero by an engine going in the opposite diwas run over by a carnage and farection. tal I y injured; Charles Henderson committed sutcide by taking laudanum: Harry Brooklyn Bridq , a Temale This Tm Eisenbeis, aged ten years, was drowned RoiHrsTrK. N Y.. Aug nn Madge Dol- - vhilo bathing; George Wright died of aro,n Candfrji" Qiiicngo girl, accompan- heat; R. T. Thompson died suddenly of ied bv her baefct . J rry Cost'lo. passed lead colic: Mrs. Mary McElheny died from through here where kicks and other injuries inflicted by her for New Yo-in tho she will mafce an attempt to iamp from husband; Fied Scbwaby was cut fatally thelrcklyn- - Bridge for a purse of l,OJ0. side bv J. R. Gilbert and probably injured. Heln to Txas. St,Louis Sending A Bg Haul. St. Lons, Aug. 3 St Louis is about to Piui.UJELPnn, Aug. 29 Thirty thou" n offer aid to th" inhabitants of th sand dollars in cash disappeared from a districts of Txas, whence cotjjes safe of tho Adams Express Company two It is expected rejiflrjg ogjreqt sufTrnig and since that time tho operathat a train consIsti'"g of ten cars loaded weeks ago, detective agency havo been entives of a be. sent to relieve tho with provisions will deavoring to unravel tho mystery consuffcrersrup- nected with the robbery. Circumstances pointed to Roth Pratt, a clerk in the Philc f jHotelGuest Robbed. adelphia oflico of the company, as the Yesterday Vt., Aug : S.T and on "Wednesday last he was arCongres Hall, a summer hotel at Sheldon rested. Pratt stoutly protested his inno?l..VJtl In cence. Spring, iwas broken 'nto and chsIi. bonds, stocks nnd notes were stolen Powder Magazine Struck by Lightning. from one of the guests. "V 1. Lincoln, of Chicago. Thero is no clow to the thieves. Cmcioo, Aug. 29. During ahcavy storm this morning, a powder magazino was Noble Bequests. struck by lightning and exploded, killing Concord. N. II., Aug. 30 It is stated by two persons outright, wounding twenty-flvone of, the trustee'? of tho Brewster estate others and destroying i..000 worth of that the towns of Tuftonboro and Folstwo property. Thousands of pounds of powder will have the interest on about Sl.itfW.POO and dynamite wero exploded. and for the supjiort of schools ,... . public li- , iifti !rj..t.Tt .v.. (uui. A ; uiaijnauujui. -uiuiii tuu Sentenced "to Death. Sofia, Aug. 29. The trial by RiotersSen encd. tho of Messrs. Belfst, Aug. 30. Anumberofmen who Metropolitan, ZankofT and GniefT and tho Clement, the leaders of were engaged iii tho recent riots in this revolutionists who forced Prince Alexancity have been sentenced to .terms of im- der to abdicate, has finished. Messrs. prisonment ranging from two to nineteen ZankofT nnd Gruefflen were sentenced to montiis. t was sentenced to imdeath, and Clement prisonment for life. Pres'tfent Diaz Cations Officials. A Quarrel Settled. El Pao, Tex , Aug. :!0 To avoid further trouble of tlitS Editor Cnttingpattern. PresEi.Miia, N. Y., Aug. 29. Throe Italian ident D:az has issued a circular of caution laborers, employed on tho Erie Road, ento thd officiaUof the Mexican States. gaged iu a light on the railroad track today over money matters. While the men were fighting an express train struck tlem. The Cholera Subsiding. killing one and cutting the right arm out SQ. Tho Italian frontier BrRVE,-Auanother. The third man was arrested. district has been officially declared lree of cholera- Redskins Rounded Up. Wirxox, Ar.tz., Aug. 29 Colonel Wade Ginphiim was first nmnnfacturcd in all tho the United States by rnstu 15i;eIow, has rounded up Apaches, Chiricahuas and numbering 420. Warm Spring Clinton, JIms.', in 1B4G. It was tho Ho has them under guard, and w ill, unless at tirsf attempt to manufacture the fabric soino accident occurs, carry out General plans of mentioned by machinery, and enabled Miles' Territory. moving them out ofisAriCaptain I aw ton zona in tho A merieaiv manufacturers to comclose proximity to Geronnno, who has pete .sMcinsfuly with those of asked for better terms than unconditional surrender. . . s Terror in Egvpt. about Oroville, Cal., Tin Alex ixdr! 1, Aug. 29. Violent shocks of ara 6vr l)0inr "utilized for agricultural havo been experienced here purposes: jA local paper says they are earthquake parts of Egypt, causingterror and in rapidly bem; turned into little or- among othernatives, but, so far as known, the chards;, vineyards and gardens, and doing no serious damage. cbmfortablc homes are becoming nuDrowned by a Dog. merous. StricVse, N. Y., Aug., 29. Frank Wood Prof. Barnard, of Columbia .Col- was roiying on Orango Lake with a lege; brings forward facts and liqures friend and a large dog, w hen the dog by to slum' that Florida was dilcovcrcd in suddenly shifting his position upset 'the lulS, instead of1513, .as-- MrVliannroft boat. While in tho water, the dog perputs it in the latest edition of his his- sisted in climbing upon "Wood-- ' .shoulders, thus forcing the man's head under water. tory. Exhausted by his vain struggles with the Gentlemen let us striktfrfora re- dog, Woods finally sank, and was drowued water. form in u r, dress. If vomen4ean wear in eight feet of drctesL.with tlfc arms and yokes TviO hundred Cleveland Anarchists met puSicJjCdnlKof. holes to let the cool air on the 29th to denouncQ tho tonviction of in, why can't WQ?XorwicKfConru tho Chicago murderers. Tho" principal speaker said that if the moa were hanged, Bulletin. would m seven handled thousand In tho island of Jar there ar arij from thslr blood. ywer-dav-e o-i- fpftj mrtV,Rnt'- "' one of the this place, and his f,X',",r "' ''au?nt , mnebn-- o OSllKOsn, The Hitherto I'ltkmiwii IVatnrrs or Crater I.uKe, in Oregou, ltroulit to Light. Aug 29 A pat out by tho Geological Survey, under the command of Captain Clarence H Dutton.tT S -- S rf. A , has siicecded iu reaching and miking a complete survey of Crater Luke, in BULGARIA'S HERO. Oregon, a bodv of water UN Capl- -' with tho possible exception whose shores Alexander of one point on " tal in Triumph. have never before boon touched RrsTcnuK, Aug. 30. Pnnco Alexander by tho foot of white men. The has been warned to tako precaution ajninst party lats woro hauled u hundred by miles mul teams, dragged possible attempts on his life by Fanslavist by a detail up the of soldiers fanatics and follower, of the Metropolitan snow clad sides of tho ridge which surC'em-n- t, whoso pnity has rnniifieations ui round the lako. and lowered by rops from the crest to tho water, nine hundred th mtr or of Bulgaria Prince Alexander arrived at Sistova this iiiornin? His feet below One hundred nnd sivtv soundings were made, tho result of which gave entrj- into the ton n and his progress through it was oijecvatmuous triumph. The people the general character of the lake bottom. lift.1 Ernie" rom his carniigj a:id Two large submerged cinder cones were carried Ijim on thoir shoulders to the Gr- k found, respectively KM ami l.'JO fet lilph. Church, where a TV Dpum was suae The the rest of the bottom being flat. Captain Piiice afterwards stait.Ml for Tirnoi T.and Iiutton believes this to be the deepest oody arr'vt-- there this eveinns. The popslnro of froli wnieron tho continent. Thgreat-es- t depth attained by tho sounding line of Tim va gave Triuce a . astic welcome. Ailvice from Sofia was 2.0(15 feot. that the ciEy is ovciied. andthat iome M Zankeff Married His 'leader- wa attackfd by a mob Sn Girt, State Cvmi N J , Aug 29 a. and neariv killed. It is expected that th' military p'ott-r- s w..l bexecuted,ai dthit wedding, which interested many of tho soldier encamped here, took placn ThursaoneJsIjLiulLbe seated tj tuecither manifesto has leen issii! bv day night at Manasquan, a small village Prince !exander. It nrproves the a adjoining Sea Girt AVnshingt n Park. a adopted bv Mie StHiuhuIuff rogi-y- , furniture manufacturer of Philadelphia, conllrnis the cxT's!ing M.tn-tn- and the was married to his Mrs. f Jf'ifsour if eCommisdt of th- - arm. t!. auks the peoie ami Parks. The bride was the widow of her present father, the lato husband's army for the.r liddit ami resolute Richard Parks, who was in the tasof iinnjoies sel business iu Philadelphia. She is UckPjs. bjcss.n '. mill m ., all to unite in twent-si- x years of age, and married tb promoting the w oifare of Bulgaria. ' elder Parka three years a?o He died, leaving an estate estimated to le worth JFamers Boucd and Robbitf. which was divided betweeu tho BfileviIle. Midi , .Aug. 30. Btnjjmin widow and his two children One of tho conditions named in the will was that EIwiL fd -- .''tv, and his wife, in the evcit of the widow niarr iug again Feventv-f- x. wi ,e attacked bv twoburtlar at tbe'r tirie icst night. Mr. EIwcIJwhs she would forfeit tho estate nnd money would the revert to tho hit with a club bv on- - of the men, tnfeiug son, "Washington Parks. Inaspui'di as him. Tne old couple wre than the widow was married again she forfeits bojmd, aBd their fiOO in clnand in conformity with $ii) in noiies and moiie; mortcages stolOH bj tue her Slil.OM. but tho will the estate goe tho terms implied in to men,"wLo escaped m v, ; her husband. Mr. Parks slwav manifestgreat fondness for his young steped Faihr and CMiid.Dnp'w-rCmother, which eventually ripened Into w-poi-ono- us W-ni.To sent Edward Gaughan.nged forty; Mihael Prvle, aged : John ICnrrKan. ngel thit'-fivand Edward PiereeUiged Iwenn-four- , weVe killed, and PatncfcCon-uer- . twenty-one- . a?-.- l and John Ifin, ng, d live, serou-linjured Ferce had o! ai the ventilation f tbcP'ne, t ud thn others and laU'rers wii l i .1 pine to theimiieis to tnikl initio i,tt in the mr chambers Tin col- Jinrj uaviujbeu nJIo for a fownysither LadjiiroccededMtohl6werlvBiwVmrr'! 1wn Hundred feet from the surfndfe. Here i .erce went ahead of them to tet tho air. The mui-r- s and laborers followed linnlo a cross-cu- t about one thousand feet froiatno foot of the s!ore Ho wason nn inclineitt-in- g bi saf.-- t lamp to the roof, where tho InmptnU'wd a large quantity of Tue K' i'"nctratd the gauze and tho explosion otf unrd AVhen a rescuing iartyen-tei'Q- l tbe v?m alnnit aa hour afterwur(i thev foum! that ("nnners, Gaughan and It- - w ei e Prj Kerrigan died w hil earned up tho slope. Conner, who . able to tell the ston of will recover. the acvifleiit On a count of the after daini tbot prevai'rd after the explosion the searchurs. were uot able to tiad Pierce s bodv until twelve. t " fortv-five- Conner. nged thirty-eght- ; tnty ,if wt-i- Six Hundred I'orsniK KI1I.-.iin.l l'pwar.1-o- f One TI10114 mil s,rloiiy Injured in Crccor. Athens, Aug. 29. Tho area of tho district w high is uffectcd by earthquakes, yesterday, is phenomenally large, especially as to width, and at least six towns have been entirely destroyed, while a score of others are partially demolished. On the main land there has beeu great damage to property, but comparatively little loss of life. On tho islands tho deadly effect of tho disturbances has most severo, and it is estimated that 000 persons have lxsen killed, and upward of 1,000 injiiied Tho undulations of the earth were siiignlnrlv regular in their occunence. and the Hctunl shocks averaged twelve seconds each induration The in habitants everywhere in the disturbed districts have abandoned the h.m-i- -s htill standin;r. and all are cmuping out In yie lx-c- t, Item intling the Inline" dUto Oeeupiitlon ol ltulg.irlM, U I1II0 Authorities a re .said to be .Making- Kttenshe Preparations fur Ofleiisiie Operations. r -- ,, Lam-yj10tJ,?- fire-dum- atilJ!., The breaking telegraph wires bv tho upheavals has made it al most impossible to obtain details, and it is believed that the reports already received underestimate the damage and of life The (iretk Cabinet is in continuous session, and a transpoit with tents, food, physicians, medicines nnd a company of pompiers started for the stricken districts Saturday evening. of-'t-ho ' Io-,- s dt-ai- la-m- g WESTERN EXPLORERS. hilf-pns- lJro-e-dJ- the-sout- -- Vienna, Aug. 27. It is rumored that Russia is making extensive military mid naval preparations, aud has ordered tho movement of tho tleot toward the Roume-lui- n coast. It is also rumored that the Berlin and Vienna Courts 1110 making strenuous etroris through Prince. Aituuin-do- r father to distlindo A!matlUer)eV letuniuijftoBiTlgurfii. The ltusshm tho Immediate occupation ot Bulgaria. London, Aug. 27. Tliw reply of the Czar to the address sent him by the Zankoir Go eminent is frigidly worded, although he promises to ptotect Bulgaria. ltio Poite has reccned replies from the arums powers to its circular announcing Prime Alexander's deposition. Witu the exception ot Italy tho difieieut goeruni.nts nieiely note tho contents of tuo cinular, reserving nil ulterior cuuiinuiiicutu-usThe repl) of Italj in addition the Portc'i right to protest against tho illegality of 1'r.nce Alexander'-- , deposiheld at Kiienu, tion At u Ruumeiia, it was iiuauimotisly icsolvcd to support Prince Alexander. Copies ot tho resolutions were forwnrded to tbe foreign ministi-i-at Bucharest. A meeting at Kaseanlik Roumelta, sent a telegram to the Car begging him to continue to extend his favors to iitilgana The Czar, in assured tbein of his good will toward the Bulgarians if they would maintain order, aud in this task liussiau agents would suppoit them. pro4s-demand- s . s Btirt'N. Aug. 2i. Prince lexnnder has arrivtl at Darmstadt He received the news 4 the success of his friends at hofii and t devotion of tho Bulgarian aimy with reP emotion The intelligence of tho downfall of the Piovistonal Govern mdnt vs convened to him while he was en rose to Darmstadt, and with the new came te suggestion that ho had better return uSofia. Ho telegraphed to his fnthei at Dafustadt that ho would visit Darmstadt all ovonts bofore returning to Bttl gnria, md would theu decide whether ho w ould etuni or not. A trNOE ALEXANDER v;Jnp,x;" or Not lie Will . - inni 10 iiiiiiri:i. f L That llody Has NotHIns to Sar About a N'oto of lxplan.ttiiii Sent by Attornry-tiener.- il Garland to tii Senate. Kegard-in- g tlie Hill suspension Cane. The person who unearthed the letter Attorney-GenerGarland sent to the President of the Senate, in reply to a resolution of the hijrh legislative body asking for otticial papers and correspondence concerning the administration and conduct of the olliee of Marshal for the Eastern district of North Carolina from theiirstof January to July 2u, 181SG, is deserving of thanks for exposing to the public the hypocrisy of the Sen- ate. It appe irs from the letter Mr. al n. Iar.sIiitl.-loft-liis-liomoM't- i.R BU Alone la Cause XfhJ "nHoBett Coloivd Uo "MeU hj the Democrat .should I' net t"" When President Clevrtand camo mt0 oilico Frederick DougfcggjrnQ is, next to Senator Bruce, PQr"PjUlio best representative that the colored nice has put to the front, was o5pying the fat place of recorder of deed for tne District of Columbia.' Ilepad originally been appointed by MIIaycs, for unfp$e of caterthe ing to the colored the position t rbr Ho- - Garland sentto Prcsiileiit-pro-tciSher man mat .1. . inn, n ucpuo'ican. who Llrn..,.,in, hold thd Olliceof in Raleigh in 1881 while he yas Mar- slial, and went to the Republh an con vention of the First Congressional district in which he did not live and by nn active canvass succeeded in being elected a delegate to tin convention at Chicago which nominated IJlaine, aud that he attended such conventicn and participated in its proceedings. Soon after President Cleveland entered upon the discharge of his duties, the people of the Eastern district of North Carolina asked for a change in the oflice and gave him facts relating to Hill's the Districta-- a tputceitfStich, the awt-jMZV- of UnitedjStapi'-Iar.sha- l under of r!-- niass-meetm- g 3 Illinois Farmer Killed. Ill, Aug 20 'Stpairo Jrune-- . J. Chasbers, aged about sixty years, an old Centjii.ii. pioneerfarmcr of Clinton County, residing st g. HARD PATE. land l"niet iio.u Twete-e.i- r d Term U Cout'Inded Is To I'e I tr Another Puriod to Sliissneliusetts. Bltimubc Aug. a7 David PoyUin, a convict 111 the Maryland peintentiniy under a sentenctt of tw eive, j ears lor burgluiy, will finish bis term moiun g. He w ill not step out of his cell a free man, however. Deputy Sueriff Itoseman will be presout with a wairaitt from the Governor of Massachusetts barging Peyton with being an escajwsd convict troiu the State prison of tlint Commonwealth The tieouty will tuin hi in our to Othcer Joseph A Jlooro, of Boston, nn he w ill go back to Massachusetts, t't-- ton'-- , residence 111 the Murjluud peuiuiitiai y has made a change! man of bun -- so much so that Warden Horn and other otlii inls huvo furmbetl him with testimonials of good couduct, they believing that he a taoroughly reforniwl man. Ue has leen commended to tae Governor of Massachusetts us deserving of clemency. A Ma rj Tr.ius-terre. - U- - of here, was inthroo ailes touth-westantly, killed in this city this morning, lie braigbt a load of wood to town, and thilo passing through an alley to delver it tho wagon struck an him throwing to the obstruction, e boots of tho horse , anrt the front ncels passed over his breast. His son Thanas was ahead of him a short distance mth a load, nnd. seeing Jum fall, hurriedoack to his ussistauce. The father looked i) into his son's ees am told him he was eying, and before medical aid could be procured uo expired. - Piircd Through and Through. Dextk, Mo.. Aug. 21V A terrible hapfened at Ilimmethberg 8. Co.'s sawmill,located at UutHngton, a station twelve mes east of Uexter. a man by tho namo of Barnes being struck in the left side by a jiece of tun ber thrown some way from tho saw. The timber, which was smaller atone end than the other, entered his side, jibt below tho nipple, and penetrated km through and through, coming out on tie other side. Drs Kendal, of Sikestoti, nd Bartlett. of Poplar Blult, wero called and tho timber removed. Tho doctors have no hope of his recovery, but ho is yet alivo and seems to bo getting aloug verj well. Unities is from Indiana. ncci-dont disordei-vhavooccurre- thrpv-olu:iinsr- v Step-Mothe- r. - -- 1 step-mothe- r, atti-turle-in- i- - indeiH-ndenc-- - l. ijd CRgsp-inn- stty. Vis., Aug. !'' MntmT - W':'"V4SMlBi'llMilill"ilM&TillillMVAA-a- a f Iead-n- .'"" - te-o- f panic-stricke- er it 11 weit-br.iirf- il to-da- y. Itode-baug- k. drouth-strieke- abs, pur-loine- r, o Farmers' Congress. The FarmetO , Aug 2 Congress, meeting at St. Paul, M.n i , SAD END OP A VACATION. adopted a report in which the Gverninnt A oung 1'. dladelpluun Drowned in Sight is asked toestend thn (signal H i vice to a o Ills lletrottird. places reached by telegram '1 ney re Asm bi Puk, Aug J7 an appropriation of $ .. X' 'JIM to loonus Carr, among doof Germantown. Pa ilrun ned at Oc an sttimp out contagious 'iov"ee.t?iday aftemou Mr. Carr wns mestic animals, nnd reijuest tho Secretary of State to instruv t GeralHut 45 yoai s of uje and was spending a. many and France to tae Ministerserto uo all pro meant week s vucatn.n heio wita his naiaee Bo to prevent restrictions upon lug a good unniti r. ue veunned out a farm products, properly lnst-e- i Amcncnn ted and little too lur aud hv nine exhausted ll.tr - fclmuwd , Uito wr ing blaster TLii.itf. Mtf Iwi; r .MF'JS uaiTtnriown'inr'tilc lust -,time; Uimiii JgWf Lizzju Cooper, of, tin; ams plttv- t prcpafifby the .nKtli Auditor of tho . he was ena nl. sa v him o dow tell upon the .aud in a d ml faml u i had rrairy showing the IU- il operat'ons of to be earned to her hotel the lstal Serve" for tin) iuilt Tended ero $11 Match Jl, ssit lhe cxpend.tui.s, ?1J.,'I.J,I2, d li it, Startling 0 scovery at St. Louis. t J."D.Ni'"7 A comparison with the St. Lull, Aug. 27 'lhe iptnrter of tho jirovious jear made a diacovn in the rear of 1H. ,,. ,tu shows receipts to havo beeu ?10,'.ivl.b4i .VI: Third street this inoiuing luat duplicates exuditure, $12,541. M0 i; deficit, 41,501,-19- s fit the one iimilx ln.st month in the rear of Joe Maseraug'nsaUKtn on Kasteni uvenuo The Pennsylvania Prohibitionists. two' human skui's 111 a vault and ntnr.iSBi-Ro- , ProhibiPv., Aug. enough oihei aim- aud legs and ribs to till a barrel. The premises are being excavated tion Convention, nominateil Chas. for a and w hen last occupied S. Wolfe for Governor and A. A Barker the old building on the lot ivns u tenement forLieutenunt-Governoby acclamation; house and the resort of thieves, tht'gs url Charles- L. Haw ley. for Auditor General: criminals generally. Thocoronor hns tnkeu John N. Emeiy, for Secretary of Internal charge of tho bones. Attain., antl ltev. J. M. Palmer (colored) for Congressman at largo. Cooked by an Eicctnc Flash. The Mich gan Republ-cansSt. Joseph, Mo!, Aug. 27. During a thunGranii Rvniw. Aug. 20 Tho Republican r oid sou der shower this evening a Team, of the St. Joseph poiicj Stato Convention nominated tho following of Anton ticket: Cyrus G. Luce. Governor; James force, was struck by lightning nnd fatally R. injured. Ills mother, who was the back U. McDonald. Lio'itennut Governor, G.l L. Osmtin. Secretary of yurd with her child, was shocked, but nut Maltz, Treasurer; llenry State; George IL Alpin. seriously The ltttte fellow had gone out Moses Taggart, Attorney Gendnnug a lull, 'and was landing over a tub eral. of wutei. Tho electric current wont into the bat k part of h s neck ami dow n the Names of New Naval Cruisers. spinal column and the right limb into the Washihoton, Aug. 20 Tho names ground. The lWb over which the current passed is cooked iud almost ready to di op for throe of tho new naval cruisers, from the bone. for tho construction of which contracts will soon bo advertised for, ore tho Newark, the Charleston nnd tho Baltimore. The Business Embarrassments. hundred ow, forty-fivlatter is the New York. Aug. 27. Tho business fail- ton vessel, wtwin sci designed to be tho fastInch is ures occurring throughout the country est ship afloat during the last seven dajs: For the United States, 171, and for Canada 0, a total of The House 2ul, as compared with a total of lwi last WvsniNOTON, Aug 20. Tho House week, and 157 the wetk pievious to the last. serves almost six hundred persons The increase this week arises mainly in Canada. Business casualties this week m during a part of each year, and it cots the Eastern, Southern and Middle States 120,220 a year, or (4- 70 per capitu. At that cuutiuuo light. rate it would cost to provido postal facilithe ties for tho sixty millions of people United States the enormous sum ot Attempted Eviction Failed. a year Duiilix, Aug 27. An attempt was mado Evicting. to enforce cvictious ut Donoborough, tho police being County Cork, DonUN, Aug. 2o. Five hundred policeaided by a detachment of soldiers. Only men and troops havo left Birr to assist at one eviction was accomplished, when tuo evictions on tho estates of tho Martpiis of people attacked the police and military Clatiricartle, in Galwav The Birr braneh with such desperation that further proLeague has given ceedings wero ubandoucd. Several of the of the National to supply evictingnotice to part cs police and military were severely injured tradesmen not or means of conveyance. with provisions by stones. The St Put, Minn 1 Sj ,us di-ae- -. 1 mtctt Cw--.---- ,Ww partisanship. It is not neee-sar- y to say that Hill's official head rolled in the saw dut, or that a Democrat was appointed in his place. The Senate did not want Hill ousted for he was too handy in carrying caucuses and conventions in that State, and so the committee having the appointment of his successor under advisement apGarland for plied to Attoniev-Geiit'r.- tl letters and papers on Hie in his oflice. thinking it could make a caso against the Administration. The note the sent the committee must have disturbed the Republican members, for they ud never a word, although they had been tishing for a suspension over which to raise a howl. Hut the case of Hill would not do by any means. It was too clear, and the President eprvssly stated that the suspension was made for the sole reason that Hill left his home and went to another district where he manipulated a Republican convention so skillfully that he was sent to the Chicago National convention. It is clear that if Hill had remained in ollicc niiteh longer he would have had the Republican party of North Carolina in his vest pocket to dispose of a he pleased. Hut is it not surprising that tho Senate did not make public the information it received in regard to Mr. Hill and hi conduct as an official? The Republican party had Hills everywhere, men without the slightest regard for the wishes or preferences of the party, fellows who throttled free speech and filled ballot boxes at caucuso, elected such delegates as thev pleased, antl nominated anybody they liedupon for the othces to be lined, lhey were here in Hutlalo and are here now. Do the lionut voters think that it was not aMe&iii UU-iitlo- vtLnr came to tho ito, indisposed to do anv injustice to Mr.- Dougiass, but was e.iuallv mdispfeed to permit a col ored man to occur- that hirh social position. No he a)Tointed him to the much more lucr.ijv exposition of recorder of deeds, aid put in Morton of Philadelphia, a marshal. o it was as rccnler of deeds that President Clevelaul'found him. One of the first Sets of the new President was twteachIr. Douglass that he had no social sxuples against him. He was personajy. invited to White House ret. e ptions&vcn in cases where invitations vvere'verv rare. He was ireaicii inn oniy iKe a man, out nice a gentleman. Andwhen it came time lor htm to leave cjice he left it with so kindly an opinior of the Democratic President that tis published card stands on record is one of the best of the tributes paid b the personal manliness of that office. The card is a vigorous Republicandocument: but it is at the same tinit a glowing compliment to the wortlof President Cleve-- iisherfir?'rtth,r tions. When Mr. Presidency lie was SHnli5S 'reef. -' :n.,.i,n - mainly soft and yielding, except that im- - ' mediately after two or three distinct de-'--i clines, though there wero short intervals of firmness, and even of slight recovery. The later action was ort of a mild fluctuation above and below a scale of prices 75c. lower (f?l lower for medium leaf, for low grades, and 50cg$l lower for good and fine grades than at the beginning ot the month. In good and fine grades there are only two specialties exempt from this decline, wrappery leaf, which retains fully the high premium it has held over everything else, and bright cnttersywhich remain in the neglect and depression in which they have been sunk all the year. Dark and heavy styles havo been activeund&teadv. throughout the" week, with no material change one way or the other. Low grades are said to lie a triflo fuller and medium somewhat steadier than heretofore during the current month. We quete 1SS5 tobaccos as follows for packages: full-weig- el. :: 25 Trash ....11 . 2 awn a 00 t omraon lugs . Medium lugs .. 3 2.$ A 25 Darf. nnd lleami ?3 4 HMrti. 25 24 4 00 r. no -- Common leaf... 5 00ft 5 50 Med urn leaf .. . B OfT. f. 75 Good leaf 75Cfi50 0 uiftlO 50 Selections Wrappers ... K!X&1S23 Good itlge ... . A Mrft 5 25 It GiW 560 6 tWi 6 73 6 50a 7 00 7 aw s co 10 $oai2 50 it ox&n 5a 0UQ21 50 -- land. 1 1 - ...s,-ti-'is- l. vnuit-cleauer- s The-foun- d - 2C.-- The to-da- j. pork-nouM- ), r, - . fivo-yeti- 111 Amlitor-Geuera- l; o Post-Offic- e. Post-offi- ce - 111 to-da- y, tAk- Correct to a Cent. PniLAiiiiLviiiA, Aug. 27. The count of the money in the United States "here was completed by experts sent from Washington for that purpose. The accounts were found correct to a penny. About ?27,0OO,0O0 was counted, of which 15,00O,UU0"was 111 silver. A supposed deficiency of $1,000 in silver delaj ed the count several hours. to-d8pijj-r,riEi.Sub-Treasu- ry The Illinois Democrats. nominated cratic State Convention George C. Anderson, of Quincy, for Treasurer; P. J. Oldtfor Superintendent of Public Instruction. The platform cordially approved of tho Administration of President Cleveland. to-d- ay court-marti- li.u, Aug. 20. Tho Demo- r. g. Getzein Gets It Again. Detroit. Mich., Aug. 27 Pitcher Getzein. of tho Dotroit Base Ball Club, has been fined $'50J for insolence aud profunity addressed to Captain linnlou, who had censured him for listless playing. This makes a total of assessed uga.nst Getzein in tho last month in the shape of fines. Another Death in the Bayard Family. WiMtixoTON, Dei., Aug. 20. nenry Bayard, brother of tho late Jas. A. Bayard and uncle of Secretary of Stato Bayard, died at Dauphin, Pa., He was born in this city nearly eighty years ago. He was engaged in tho maufneture of iron. to-da- Caught in a Thesher and Killed. 27. Yestenlay afternoon, while working x threshing-machin- e on a farm about seven miles soutn of Ben- En-jrlai- uL lava-bed- " to-da- y , twsnty lemr-pw- s priaUog officii Stein, a young married woman, living at No. 1S Betts street, was taken to the hosin fearful convulsions. Her ton. Fraukliu County, Illinois, a mun named pital Win Odle, who was feeding the thresher, physician pronounced it a case of hydrophobia. Fortv davs ago one of her arms , near by, was started to go to the and 111 turning around to do so got over- land lacerated'by tho teeth of a Newfounddog. balanced, and was so unfortunate as to fall back into the machine and was almost InA Lady at ih Head of a Bureau. stantly killed. Ho was horribly mangled Washington, Aug. 20. During tho aband died shortly after being extricated. He On tho return from tha sence of the was burled of Indian Affuneral n horse and buggy driven by Mrs. fairs and tho Commissioner Assistant Secretary of the James Jones, a cousin of tho deceased, ran same office. S. Cook away, and she was severely, if not fatally, as the head ot the Indian Office. is acting injuied. '1 Infant Drowned in a Tub. Four St. Louis Hangings Postponed. Coshocton, o., Aug. 20. The fourteen-month- s St. Lons, Mo., Aug. 27. The hanging of old son of Jacob Balo, living near Maxwell, tho murderer of Preller. which here, fell into a tub of aud found by the mother a few minutes was td have occurred has been post- when life Was extinct. poned until November 15, a stay having later granted, pending the hearing of his been N neteen Miles an Honr. caso before the Supremo Court. Tho hangMarseilles, Aug. 20. The new steamer ing of three Chinamen, which was also to have occurred has been postponed Lagacogno which is destined to plv between Havre aud New York, mado a'trial for the same reason." trip Her average rate of speed w as ninteen knots an hour. Fatal Collision at Hellgate. . J jew Yoke, Aug. 27. A fatal collision is Asleep on the Track. , reported as occurring at Hellgate yoster' Mo., Ang. 20. dav. The (steamer Robert Ktiapp came into was drunk and laid down on Jeff Karbin the 'Frisco CO Iliilun with the tug V aahiugton, aud j track, cuar here, to sleep, when a train ot wr ' rt ran over hlw, UIUIdr him throo of the crec of the ht Dcqloin, III., Aug. Cisci.vx-.ti- , Hydrophobia. Aug. 20. Mrs. Rosa Yon straw-stack- to-da- rain-wate- r, to-da- y, to-da- to-da- n m Wash-ichx- I irovn''! lUr The other night sixyoungmen of Covington, ranging in age from fifteen to twenty-thre- e years', started out in a small 6kifl! for a ride upon the Ohio river. They had not been out long when tho steamboat C. W. Batchelor came aloug, throwing up heavy waves The young men's skill was caught ill tho swell of tho boat, and as none of them knew how to handle a skiff, it was soon upset. Before they knew tho danger they wero struggling in tho water. None of them could swim, but they all caught hold of the sinking boat Their frantic efforts to hold on kept the submerged skiff turning over and over in the water. skiff Each time the was turned over they would all be compelled to let go, and as it would right up again they attempted to renew their hold. This turning operation was kept up, and one by one the drowning boys failed to catch as the skiff would right up until only two were left These held on firmly and steadily and has refused. llut.cl.uisC Coated with the boat dawn. th until eeor'nn leiegpesrattiacted aVtntlonfCandithey it " rrr'ir ivere rescneujjjtAttcr'ipicKing n Stii-a- .' vacanc cs that may LAamtkii" WW's uutil thor-or the Senate by grant. iZ. Amissions which THE JINGO CHIEFTAIN. next session." oughly satisfied that further search for shad expire at the end or Vh j He failed to tlm ".Mitdl-- " The r tirementof Mr. Douglass and them alive was useless They then pulled reeled I'liergy of the Department of the n jcctioii by theScn.itojof Mr M.'th-ew- s to the shore with the two they had saved, stjtf. 1' jms arnn-yand the Presiwhere it was learned that they were Bud Brother Rl.iine is exp'rieneing the dent under l'i above provision, finds Marsh and Ed Guy, nud that those who had his boom fnnn a full power to till tl e office n'l interim. been drowned were Frank and Walter difficulty of dinn-tiuthe Senate Guy, Geo Glover and Harry Wilson. He can not His appointment will iro-tpoint outride of politic again within thirty day- after its The tailor workmen of Covington have always get bis orders around in tim and will onto more have formed an association. They havo a memif there is any one thing In which the the opportunity itof actiuj upon it. bership of nearly forty. organs were justified in supposing that Utnrinnati bnqmrrr. An elopement has caused a thrill among Brother Blaine's position was lixed it the good society people of Jeffersontown, a NOT A SPOILSMAN. was in the malt-rhostility to all forsuburb of Louisville. The maid was Misg eign Powers whatsoever, lie had The Appointment of Daniel Xt.ignue ns Lucy Leathernnn, the pretty youugdaugh- given the kevnoto in a tierce speech Collector of t iKtnnw for the I'irt of ter of the wealthiest farmer of the vicinity, which relates to Xi-on the fishery ( and tho bold Lochinvnr was W. W. Ellings- orIt very obscure points in President Cleveland has appointed worth, a young noighbor. Miss Leather- - i law, ami they supposed that they, wero Daniel Magone, of Ogdenburgh, N. man loved Ellingsworth, but her father found another suitor, who came the oth'or quite safe in abusing the Administra- Y., to be Collector of Customs for tho Sunday to take her to church, but a tre- tion for its caution in getting up a port of New York, in place of Mr. light with Mexico. thunderstorm caused the trip to . whose resignation had been be postponed, and while the favorite was Blaine, from his point lint Brother of observation at Bar Harb ir, juiekl received by the President The ap- discussing crops with the old man Ellingsperceived the danger of this position. pointment is one that in the highest worth drove up in his buggv to pay a visit. , If Cleveland and Bayard were encour- degree reflects credit upon the The situation was quickly appreciated, and aged or allowed to go to war. v. hat President's motives and earnest- it did not require muclk persuasion to iak duce Miss Lucy to tako a seat in his buggj - ; would become of III. line's own jingo ness iu cam ing out the policy without a pound of baggage. They drove policy and the one only jingo party of which he so distinctly and off in the storm and went to Mfddletown, which he is the chief? This tiling must announced its oue of the where they sbon procured a license and be stopped, and accordingly, tin r. was guiding principles of his Administrawere married, while the old man and his a sudden change of front. Mr. Ilitt. a tion when he entered iipon it. The favorite had got no further along in the Blaine man from Illinois, who had President has not wholly satisfied voted for the resolutions of instruc- with the conductbeen the office under crop discussion than early cabbages. Committee, ob- Mr. Ilcddon. The of tion in the Foreign Civil, wak is reported as about to break" '" Coljected to tlieir consideration in the lectors have been mosUuccessfulability out in open hostilities iu Harlan County. ' lawyers lIoue, declaring that Mexico was being and experience. Many of of ques- A gentlenian who arrived at Louisville on the unreasonably pushed, and the princi- tions coming before the Collector for tho 24tb from Mount Pleasant says that Blaine organ, lhe New York decision :ue purely legal, and the Fulton French, a mouutain pal Tribunr. opened an attack on the 'mis judicial ".peri"iice,a" the Springfield merchant, is recruiting a company to go , directed energv of the Depaitnient of Ben'luum points out.' is especially over and attack Joseph Eversole, a "com- - , State, whose position in the Cutting valuable because it accustoms a man petitor at Hazard, Perry County. Frenib " case is said to be all wrong. had already enrolled seventy men, and' " to sift evidence, discern" truth It is true that small politicians and with promptitudu,wclI defined and act was paying i and $2.50 per day for.Te- and inparty organs arc accustomed to sudden telligent purpose, and the courage ot emits. The men are armed with Winches--- ., changes. When the State Department his reasons. Such ter rifles, thoroughly equipped, and are a man is the new appeared slow, it was the organs' duty appointee, Daniel Magone. He is a drilling every day. Meanwhile all the by an to abuse it; when it .showed itself lawyer of marked and admirable legal roads are picketed to prevent haveattack active, it was equally to be abused. attainments, a large Eversole, who is also said to research, ascholarof allow no But iu the suddenness of the change re- a man of great force of deep character and force uuder arms. The pickets not Mexican affair it is impos- resoluteness, and garding the one to pass without permits, a'firm believer in the of, sible to doubt the guiding baud of thu reform policy of President lifo ' on errands Cleveland. . Among all He is known to be the celebrated jingo the whole coun v and or death, his experimental issues he has always of the President, andpersonal choice ty is virtually under military law. The ,j no one clung to the American Eagle, and that knows the qualities of the man who force is made up of murderers, d'esper- - t will chamanybody else should assume the doubt for a moment thatlie wilf suc- adoes and a lot of fellows out on bond, and pionship of that proud bird he regards cessfully conduct the great administrathey have intimidated tha county authoras an infringement on his copyright. tive office, to take charge of which he ities and have full control. A conflict is The minor Blaino organs have necn a gives up a large and lucrative practice "said to be imminent at any moment, and. " little slow in taking the cue, but We m St. Lawrence County. Mr. Magone the quiqt people are in a state of terror at . may expect them to tumble into line was for many the trusted friend the prospect United States Marshal Gross very soon. A disturbance with Mexico ot and with Samuel J. Til- - has just returned frpm that vicinity, having would leave Brother den. When Governor Tildcn deter- in charge Rad Sowell, a notorious desperado in advance of Blaine and his jingo party to hopeless mined to prosecute the canal ring, in and moonshiner. Captain Gross says the' I is in a state of civil an- desuetude. Philadelphia Times. 1S7.5, he appointed Mr. Magone one of mountain region the other members archy, but Judge Tioyd. who has just opened,,). the commissioners, Pineville, has ordered a number of POLITICAL DRIFTS. being Johu Bigelow, of Orange; Alex- court at and has expressed a determination , ; , Orr, of Brooklyn, and arrests, The Boston Transcript solemnly ander E. put down the disorder if possible. Van Burcn. I). Jr., of toJoseph Rindeks was accidentally killed ' declares that William M. Evarts is a John New York. Mr. Magone w.t the only ' monumental failure as a Senator.'1 at the Blick & Phillips Coal Elevator near on the commission, and Milldale, Kenton County, the other night, TI113, however, is a cruel injustice. lawyer successful termination of The session wasn't loug enough to give the car falling on him from the elevator,. ' its difficult work was largely due to the by ason Peter was probably fatally injured . Mr. Evarts a fair hiot. Philadelphia His legal acumen, tenacity of purpos and Press (Blaine Hep,. shown by him. While at the same time. O. The colored friends of Mathews, keen instinct LiectexantV. Baulet, Company ,F always an earnest aim consistentDmo-cra- t, Louisville Legion, has been ordered under'' ominated to succeed Fred Douglass. for the past fifteen vears and admission to the armory1' have hard work in trying to convince the councils of the party, arrest anddenied for riding out the,linsi for thirty days Republican Senators" that a negro has prominent in heMnny other oflice never than during thelate encampment at Crab Or-.- j, a right to be a Democrat. Thev don't he has s that mentioned. a.meuiber of chardt when he should have walked with consider that he was emancipated to the Demo-ratioState Committee for a ' . the boys. that extent Boston Herald. number of vears, and was its, chairman M. DeHart Is tho new postmaster Thos. Mr. Edmunds thinks it is unjust during the" memorable Tilden and '" at Ordinary. that Senators should not bo permitted Hendricks campaign of 1876. has been established afc- A to have a private calling, and 50 it The appointment 01 jir. Magoue is a Morgan County, and John. W. 3tc- would seem, but the trouble is that further proof of the President's sinceri- Omer, commissioned postmaster , Guire with a good many of them theircalling ty of purposaiinicarrying out the rethousand dollars, ot we ' is too private. If they "would turn a form policv to which his AdministraJittlo daylight on it there might not be tion statids pledged. It is prtof. also, new Covington andiNewport Bridge ponds Northern Bank at have been sold to' bo much objection. Chicago Herald. that the President is determined that premium of $1,215 the interest and Collector of the Port oHice-oAn interview with Mr. Edmunds, the great n which he declares that the RepubTnE recent decision of a itentucky court shall be administered on purely busilican party must go West for its candi- ness principles andin accordance with that a man's sweetheart must return ki presents if she doesn't marry him,will ptc-hadate in ltiSS and select a man above tho existing laws. Mb nit Argus. 1 put a check- on those insatiate ytmn-- f reproach, is taken here among politiJohn I). Long females who are ready to impoverish every Congressman cians as a sign of his intention to go or. Sherman can generous, unsophisticated lover --who hap- into open revolt if Mr Blame is re- says either . ' , country hi 188-9-. The coun- pens to fall Into their net nominated, as seems possible under the sweep the to be sV3pt."uovv that -, try doesn't uecd drift of things In the 3ESZBAI. H. ?- - lUsrOM eotnaslMe IFirescnt Saralogu Cor, Ciicinti hn n.Mrnffatio tarty Is in noWT. It ctde fit Lexingtot , Lomll Man.) ,Va, I Is clean enodgg Enqmnrt $ pnnffr-Sa-r1-TZ In the place of Mr. Douglass as recorder of deeds till President appointed another colored iiin W. C. Mathew-- , of Albany. The,' Republicans of the Senate, who beltve that no colored man should hold (llice unless he votes the Republican tuket, rejected the appointment. Thee was no question of the appointee's vrorth. The rejection was a purely partisan performance. And now, aftfr Congress Iris adjourned, the Preadent ieappoints the rejected nominee, Mathevv.s. It is a sharp issue with the 'Senate. If there has been a similar ease in the history of our country it has, escaped us. Yet tho President is a thoroughly sound lawyer and not likely to take a step of this kind without a full consideration of till its bearings. Whence does he get, or whence does he think he gets, his , power? i Certainly not under olausu -- , of section '2, ot article II. of the constitution. That simplv gives'the power to nominate, and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to npoiut certain officers. This cons nt tin Senate Sister Erni ie. the venerable Superioress ot the Academy of the Immaculate Conception, Newport, was burned to death by her bed catching fire. Geo. Rom-sucs- t. mine foremanat was instantly killed the other day by falling slate crushing his skull. . The Princeton Banner oflice was burned a few nights ago. Nothing was saved ex-- " cept a law library. Lenoue, Nelson County, now has a post-offic- e. Jos. E. Magruder is jostmaster. The 'belled buzzard" was seen a few davs ago by Felix Sipes, one mile below' Big Spring. He was near enough to see the bell plainly. He says it is a round bell, , and has the tone of a sheep-bel- l. Four ' years ago John Meadors saw the buzzard about two miles below where Mr. Sipcs saw it. Ear-lingto- n, , 1 otnm ., ?"-,- - A - xSnu'.lif 15oKd:n-OTttd"T6r-thoc)tue- lU 1 . g - of lnni-fce- lf 1 1 di-pu- te, r n Ib-dde- well-know- n ( s chK-ftam- co-wor- 1S-S- . He-wa- . - rosT-orric-i: TmnTT-EiOH- T f ps - .1st. 7- - Kit fi W5g-3S- -"" xc uv .vu&a.kafe r3 Copy or fcrt r Tr Ttarfiickman Courier. I 1 it ip In tn chancery division of the high court of the reach of children. of justice, Loudon, Vice Chancellor Uacou ana support relH0US The be3t market for any man, prohas pven his decision iu favor of The d charitable institutions of mlWoopar-ation- , "A bee is a very playful and Cnarii A. ogeler Company of Baltimoro, vided he has one, is the home market. at home or abroad, animal," said a ilaryiand, m the action brought bv that He who near" to his market is betanddaikness upon the soul, and noil- - against H. Churchill nud Company la- than he "who is far ofl'." X. Y. man with a benevolent smile, standing of bnsbane, Queonslnnd. The cae which m" win urive peaco from tor at has been in progress hre since Beptembsr, near the cr .trance of the Telegum. conscience and hope aad , Ths his probtbly been isked thonnndP from ,t of ttrau, " How cn Brown's Iron Bitters cnr A beautiful quilt for a present to a the Zoo. "The only thing you want to lsS, Rfew out of an attempt of Churchill the heart. Secret sin, bring ! Well, it Jon't. Bat it dw cure noj die and tOmpany u register a trada mark conblight a upon baby may be made of nun's veilin", bo careful about when you come any- taining the words St. Patrick Oil in con- - for which a reputable pbnicUn would prerenba RU.1 the .oul, and be PhjticUns rvcogaize Iron t the best rrtorti?e life alike xent known to tho profttnon. and inquiry ol aor fruitless and hopeles. lined with white sateen, with rosebuiTs where near a bee is never to hit him. necuuu with a medicinal nrenarutioii. lsadinc chemical arm will aubetantiato tlie abortion on the turned over That is, you must never attempt to hit This was promptly opposed by the Vogeler embroidered ery many mourn that it is not that there aro more preparations of iron than of any wno, wane admitting that the with them corners. Cincinnati IHmcs. oiuu, shows as in other days, when tho him, for the chances arc just about nine term and device which were sought to be other eabetanc nsea in medicine. Thisbe the moat that iron U axknof!(red candle of the Gooseberry Jam: A gill of water out of ten that you cawn't do it if you registered by the Australian firm were in important factor in acceafnl medicaltopractice It is.y listened. ne thankcil her for he was thou In Cod: for 1 shall vet praise Him. who Lord shono brightly upon thera all nd "And showed the line of noble mines discor-rno re'pect identical to the St howerer. remarkable fact, that prior to theperfectnever deficient inpoliteness struck Is tho health of my countenance and my was bright and joyous, h.j,,e reigneil R,,d to eacli pound of ripe fruit; boil for an try. of imim.VIIttlNlllTTi:il.Sno women wise und rare Jacobi Oil trude marks, contended, howly satisfactory iron combination had eTcr bee? found. riiun add the sugar, joy abounded. Then the sea wa, smooth, hour. her off his list of po'Sibilit es and ad- God. ISalms, 1x111,5. ''Now. the difference between a beo ever, that sufficient similarity, existod be "0. do not think to wed'" ehe said, BROWN'S IRON BITTERSSSJASK of a pound for every pound and a yellow-jackdressed his ear to'lho young lady's is just about this: tween the term St-- Patrick applied bv A recent writer, who was as keen an the sky clear, and the wind favorable and "A slave unto the r n;r! produce constipation nil oilier Iron Churchill au,i Companv and T"s better far in fuiier'a flight Jacobs a'a headache, or do. HKOWVt? IKON HITTERS storv. is the most vile and dis- used by the Vogeler Company St. cause conanalyzer of human emotion as he was an all seemed afe. Now the heavens' are weight of tho fruit. Cook slowly for A yellow-jackmedicine-- , To soar on freedom's winy: to "I thought that ticket was all right," able oxpositor of Divine truth, in speaking overcast, the storm rages, the billows rie another hour. Philadelphia Call. They fusion in the minds of the public and lead cures Indirection. Ililloiine!M,VeakaeH, reputable insect ever created. Dynpepela, Mn.ln.riit, she said, taking ona moment between of the beauty and valuo of the Psalms, nnd peril is feared. Uut though neither We are askod if in planting Too prone e are to think," cried he, s suffer from a chronic disordered temper. to purchasers bing deceived. In support Tired FeelliiK.Ccucrnl Chills nnd Fevers, Ileblllty.lViIn in tho poal "That raarr ape i the each word for an attractive blush, "but says, with great delicacy of literary sun nor moon nor stars are seen, thev will it is best to turn tho sprouts up or It is never safe to pick up a vellow- - of this position they submitted an overMile, IinrkorIimb.IIcndnrhc and Neil Xo .which euch muiden s pathway tends whelming amount of ovidencs from Enfor all thr-- 5 ailments Iron is prescribed daily. misyellow-jackif you sav not I suppoac I am . discernment and deep spiritual insight: shine, and, when the storm Is pat will re down, l radically we Ho not believe jacket, and nothing makes a And all Life's currents roll. glish. American and sou ices BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,zrss: taken."" more happy, and gives rit-- to a with the result stated. Australian decision that it makes any difference, certainly They express for us, indirectly, feelings appear, ho, though mourning Wav Under the II for 1'berty. ".Mv vo co st Like shrieked, after a on of the court Churchill and Company can mtsnte. When all other thoroosh medicines, it acta "Oh not enough to warrant going to aiiy more general feeling of unhappiness for n night, joy roineth in tho mornshe hich we could not otherwise utter feelrf"o lionds of love for me! symptom of taken by long look through thftgla-- s bo. "It's ings of tho soul too sacred mid delicate to ing. Ktntes of mind and frames of feeling special trouble about tho matter. Troy the part of human susceptibility than to not register their mark and must pay costs slowlj is renewed energy mThethe brat then become) muscles benent T" bhoic tbo world a happy sight digestion bowels are actire. fri spinster wisely free!" a Turkish bathtfeket! 1 bought a pack- be directly told to each other. Th's wo vary, but the mercy of the Lord eudurcth Times. have some unrellecting person tako hold oftho case. This is the second trade mark tinner, thethe effect isimprove, the rapid and marked. usually more In uanen suit won by the Vogeler Company in EnThe eyes begin at once to brighten , the skin clean age only yesterday"-- ' awnv amid the Cheese and Egg Sandwiches: (Irato of him. It is then that the little yellow-jacket-'s gland within three years. have doubtless often found to be true, in forever, and His love changes not. wttShe tr.pped from far and w Uowors cp. healthy color comas to the cheeks, nrrrousneaa B That tlejv de: disappears; functional derangements become rr soul throbs with fiendish delight, "Indeed," said theprim lady, with different phases of our spiritual life, when There is a sense in which nil men the che.'se. and to each cupful add the. and if a numns mother, abundant sustenance) Ifrust"four months she was of course, her no-- o and inflection rising at c.pial our spirits wero greatly stirred with for God. Ho is tho deepest want, the thirst 3'elks of throe is supplied for the chi'd. Remember Brown's Iron It is the man with the dark beard who eggs minced and misery seizes tho unfortunate A proud and radi" bn lei Bitters in tho ONLY iron medicine that is nat CUveljnU Sun tind Voice, angles, while the driver imparted the trouble or with joy. The language of cal necessity of our being. Man is not tino; rub to a past.! with a teasp Kinfiil victim. neter says dye. Lovell Courier. injurious, iiftcuxiu anrf Xrujyil rtrovuneffe if. "The habits of these insects aro pecuinformation that neither he nor the these inspired odes, profoundly tender indepeudant or of butter; season to taste with silt and his nature inThe Cenuine has Trade Mark and erosed red lines Pon removing dandruff and curing all officers of the company were likely and truthful, in bold figure or vivid meta- stinctively looks out and up for help and pepper and spread between buttered liar," continued the benevolent man. scalp diseases, use Hall's Hair Renower. on wrapper TAlvK NO OTIIKIt. ACAR EOMANCF. to need such a thing, "f have a friend, phor, gives voice to our deepest experi- supply. Ho is conscious of wants which bread or crackers. These aw nice "A bee never stings a person more than oyer's Ague t. uro is acknowledged to be however." he was just going to say. ence, and thereby affords relief to the no mere earthly good can satisfy. All made of graham brea I. The Caterer. once. His apparatus has a barbed point, ttiStandard remedy for fever and aguet DR. JOHN BULL'S .Jt . . rFlTot Day, an Accidont, and tho when the mule interrupted and the and when it enters any substance it heart and soothes tho created things are iucoiumeiisurato with s For graham wafers, take The marksman who sets up his own tar stays there. This finishes up tiie bee balance of tho proposition died within weary, tried and troubled spirit. When his desires. "Were all possible acquisition Result. white fine for good. He lives but a few minutes gotis making a name for himself graham and him. fn deep contrition, m heavy borrow, in within his grasp, ho would find all prove onos, suffer Yorvo men or middle-otre"1 guess you will have to put in an- great distress, in rnyless darkness, or in vanity and vexation of spirit. Capable Hour. It'll) in a saltspoonfui of salt, after losinjr his staiir," vy of a small cupful of butter debility and other ticket," ho 'said, when ho had humble gratitude and spiritual gladness1, of knowing and enjoying God,cociciously "Ihere need never be any fear ot an ing from nervous send 10" cents inkindred we&kue.ssos should FOR THE CURE OF stamis and a tablespoonful of brown sugar. heit. O intermit thv wrath. recovered himself., we bow before God, we find those l'salms or unconsciously, the soul feels ait. Him, Mix with fr.'sh spring water enough to attack from bees," said the lecturer. for illustrated book suggesting sure meaui on my throbbing: temples potent thus. , fA:id "unless you begin the attack by striking of cure. Address World's Dispensary 3Ied "Cut 1 haven't one," said tho maid-cn- invaluable nliko In discovering to us, nnd if haply it may tlnd Him. Noithpf Jpalth ticnni.noi m nercev l nnnixiui beginning to sow the sparkle of In expressing for us, our spiritual needs. nor fame, position nor inguonce, jy'fc' ?t- - make a stiff dough, which should bo at them. Then they respond with sav- icalAseociution, 663 Jlain Street, Buffalo, gp lwasjawarm summer afturnoon. out thin and baked nuieklv. age impulse. I should say if a whole N.Yr Or CHILLS and FEVER, two teardrops. . icm't l tell you I The Great SunYrer himsolf.Jn time of II ih nnl Httniiimntits. unthetlc culttfe"r rolled Wade. im Toledo The sun was sinking behiml the tall picked up tlie wrohg package?" M. swarm of bees were to surround a man e who live in glas houses should AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. Hon surest need, found in them the lltting ex- social delights, nor nil combined, pn Sweot-appl- rt roofs and the sluulows were falling full "Well, then, souemoney. Fivo cents, pression of His awful disolation and Indian Pudding: Scald and sting him the effect would be fatal. hafe curtains. Burlington t'rte I'rest. its earnest craving, or slack burnis very The proprietor of this celebrated mediciae . half-wa- y across the il.isarteil street. please!" ing thirst. As the appetite craves pod. as thoroughly one cup of Indian meal and Ihe venom of the honey beo wondrous desertion. t over all rema of that, either," she apple in a painful. Hut when treated kindly they ABox of Glenn's Sultocp. SoArisequIv-alea- justly claiiss for it to superiority for tho SAFE, one cup of chopped swe-"lhavenono Not one of them appeared to be able to for edies ever offered the public This psalm anil tho one preceding it, to tho eye tun.s to the light, aid tie caild This shows their intelli- K to muiiy Sulphur liaths. Don't standiujl-'TIiecrawl.-d- , CEHTAIN, SP2EDY and PEEMANEHT euro which it eouis n fit appendix, mav he cries for its mother, so the awnkojp1' soul quart of boiling milk (sk'mmed), add are harmless. beeomo accustomed to .stretched out, said, tremulously. They gence. s of a cup of molasses, a "Well." said thedriver. finally but tupposed to hnve been written by David cries out for God, for Mte livitf Ud. IIol's Haib and WhiskeuDye, Black ot of Ague and Fever, or Chdls and Fever, whethevery wav wrestled with the Archibald McKaddtu, and in of salt and one of gintrer. also persons in the habit of attending them. Brown, oOc. as we have seen, during one of the saddest and dnrfcost Hence, the fovored restlessness, Jio .elt er of short or long standing. Ho refers to tho stern dcrce of nature which makes was a man quick t; act. "Do you know," said the man. "that a pint of cold milk. "Hake in a covered entire "Western and Southern country to bear reasons of Ids checkered life, when driven diSMiti.sfaction the Intense eae;"ess, Vbrxn people be more lawless if there assertion a hornet is the most singular animal, shadows 'always fall; but their only "Never, sir," sai( he, glancing de- from his home and throne by a triumphhia testimony to tho truth of tie to cure which attend all temporal pursts and dish from three to four hours. This and the most unpleasant ono to light wereless law? Ttxax Sitings. if that in no casa whatevor will it fail progress vas toward the limpid gutter fiance around tho car: "no woman ant, iiiRnnoetionary rabble, ho keenly felt pleasures. Tho highest capacity our eaten with sweet cream is delicious. the directions are strictly followed and carried Kb. PinntE's with that people over knew? A person "Favorite Proscription shall be put out ino the cold world "how much sharper tbnn n serpent's tooth being is not gratified. Tho out,"'; of Excliawje. and tho pranite curbstone oppoito. Perfectly and permanently cures those dw out la a great many cases a single dose has while Archibald McFadden has tho it is to have a thankless child." One "rizlrd old man wiii a palm-lea- f Lady Fiugers: Four ounces of who is stung by a hornet feels ready for easts the heart after reconciliation niullfellow-sbf- p to females. It and it all comes nerTine, effectually allaying is tonic aul teen sufficient for a cure, and whole families a howling money to pay her car fare." fan. a white a seersucker and curing have been cured by a single bottle, with a perwith God is like hunger in PO soul, white sugar, yelk ot loiir ggs. tni "When the soul is cast clown, is in darkfrom not understanding one disagreethoesickeniiig sensations coat, and a contingent reminder of He had forgotten n his earnestness which ciavos supply, nnd for tuepratifi-cntio- u well, four ouuees of Hour, mix again, able characteristic of them. If a man steinich nnd heart, throughthat affect thi fect restorat on of the general health. It is, rer.ex action. ness and doubt, rayless nnd restless, helpmore cer Mwardroie making the usual eomple- - about tho temperature, but the senti-unof this desire of the soul aoplopn-vh- i and if too thick add ono whole eg. was sham a hornet could never stinr The backache and "dmgging-downsen however, prudent, and in every caso teasKMnful tf extract of was all right Then ho put liis less and hopelesn, nnd Tilled with fearful ulent. was tlie only person v sible. He tain to cure, U its uso is connnuea ia saiaer undor tho strengthen n has been made. Ourdeepftuecus-sitie- s and one-hainor sntion? all disappeargreat restorative. By desesforaweckortwo after tho disease has Tho minute a man him. 'dodged forward from house to house. honest hand into his pocket. He foifbodlngs, the anguish is very keen ing effects of this and passionate longings loot up and lemon or rose. Heat the whites of the been checked, noro especially in difficult and and tlvju made the same deed, it is tho gloom of Gethsomnue. Such expectantly wait for roliof. Of souls eggs to a stiff froth and stir in last. throws a stick at him he instantly re- drugriats. tpausinp: where the shade was thickest tiushed a little cases. Usually this medicine and driving ahead with reckless energy effort on the other sile; then ho tried a trial is harder to bear than any tem- seek fcr peace ami pniity and trtlh, nnd Squeeze through a funnel made of sponds by making for him in a line as A poral calamity or earthly loss; more bitTsiU not require any aid to keep tho bowels in sutkt letter A candied a TovfoL - let the sun at his vest; .then his d straight as the range of a theodolite. LoutB CitUen. ifWhere intervening spaceand then these are found in Him, who is tie way, white writing paper. These arc in good order. Should the patient, however, rehim. ' He had nobody to express his the pockets where more sanguinary ter than auy Iwroavement. The spirit of tho truth and the li c, who of.Ood is for ( 'hurlotte ilusse and are very nice. And he always gets there. Hut if the quire a cathartic medicine, after having taken a man w ill sustain bis infirmity, but a himVoming and only had sense " Tie leprons lttllment. nhrno effect man saw The llounhold. opinion to, but Iru was apparently men carry their revolvers. His hair doss an enmity witU blcxxl of ronn. three or four doses oftho Tonic, made unto us wisdom and righteousness HoM enough to dodge bim the hornet blfghUj displeased with the weather. That rwift as quicksilver. It cures tlininnh stood straight up as the search was wounded si ii it, who can bear? ' of KENTS VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will redemption- nnd sanctidcatioii and Haisin Pie: Orate the yellow from wouldn't set there. And what is more Tfee natural tales und alleys vl llie IkhIj. The iNrm is n record of a eonflic1 At the third corner from the place finished and the p.ilmof his hand still Our spiritual thirst may not j fully one lemon, discard all t!i" white rind peculiar, the Lornot would go straight and causes tho skin to beeomo " Imrkel ba sufficient. USE no other pilL sense and faith, in which firith is Price, $L00 per Bottle; Six Bottles for 55. satis-flewherqjia was dis: erod by the gjntle showed empty air. Jle would have nt last triumphant, with vile and loathand si'eds: chop remainder of lemon, b.uk to tho identical point lie started about most lazar-likand hope displaces slnko'l, or all our doUres perfoctfr kingruaHer.Jie sat down. A "broad.cold said nothing about tlucold world if soine'crust" Such aro the effects of disnnd one cup stoned ra.sin. Add to until we reach tho Heaveny and another sally for his vicbile, eipailscoi marble steps received1 him spoken again. 1 was remarkably fear and doubt. butio chil- these a little salt, piece of butter size from Hut makeas often as the man kept ea:!ed'Rnd morbid cleanse the onlyantidota Tho text, thrieo repeated in thesa two dom nnd si o Him as He and regulate tin SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, tim. for which is to just and lie uttered a sighot warm on his side of the car. half-cu- p dren of God often rejoico in the Jul1"" of walnut, one liver-- an office admirably performed by molases one BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, he got up again. The .servant "Well, then," began the driver oneo psalms a a refrain, furnishes a theme of of n present joy, in fellowship wlh Go J, cup brown sinjar, two cups water. ih "ging he would never get stung. It Dr. Kerco's "Goldeu Medical Discovery " on j le.juirts a man with nerve enough h:fd beqn washing thj stcj BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. ami had more. "I was just going to say, when profitable meditation mid inspiring consoHis approval l?oil all together five minutes, then i.i stand his srround and aciHty enough nnd in tho consciousness of Eoehnier Baby asleep. TfoTgo'tt'Mi to dry them. With a wild that old codger interatpted me. that I lation for tbo. tried people of UmI in and favor, and hence they longcoistantly thicken with five tablespoon fuls flour, The Popular Remedies of the Day. to .bulge quicker than the hornet can Vetnotrat. despairing cry he was about to .make would let you ride frej. You can pay ov?ry age, and for us; for many of the for tho light of His countenan-siuthe i.ake between two crusts. This makes fly to make it a very LOUISVILLE, KT. children of the King so mourning walk in interesting combat public the sentimentr S'Death, lam the fare some other tkuo." the'tdeepest wagons your hortes and you: Trlnclpal Offlre, S3! Main St., Savz two medium-size- d pies. Boston Bud"15ut of all the spiteful, wicked and patiesceyonr using Frazer Axle Grease. and have no light, and long foi aid of His Spirit. This is Un by undone." when the cheerful tinkle of a 'Archibald breathed harder than ever h EX longing of which we are copaHe and, get. unci unpromising insects, save mu from bell was heard. He turned and it and the young lady jat down. There the help of bib countenance. xeariness Br9 HR &a L when not gratified, faintness, eilou jacket or u wa-cither a Tmdarkest hour is when you can't find turned. It came ronnd the corner and was something about fcer he liked. The The oxp&rienco described is one and disquietude of the spirit nilse. One TWO FARMERS. There is no" getting away from them, tho zsatches. moved full force toward him. Attached fair hair rippled back from her foreof dark depression and anxious disyet not may. howover, he unsatisfied aid ip 1 couch vour sleep, take -- .PjitjWas, a mule, and to h w nw m the mule a head like tho waveUts on a sunny quietude. A good man may fall into dissatisfied, and so seok for cler com Two Ways of Inves log tho 1'roOts From svud w hen they sting once they sting a dozen times in different parts of the Pisu'st'ure for Consumption and ret w iii. S the larni uud (.tir.lcii. kala VS? V .ttrcet c:ir. Two minutes later, anv old brook, and her blue eyes beamed tostate of discouragement munion with God, clonrcr nnd nre vivid such a Two farmers we know own two body. They keep right at it, and a man fQ JreJ.identp'f Plijladelphia standing: near ward him like the violets on its banks. mid disconsolation, and mourn on views of eternal verities, and n moro coniDFREE. may try to hit them with a stick or his 1lls point of vantage would have adXXI IX. IX. 3rIX2333?3" cSs SONS, "She is a better girl than the one I account of it with exceeding Utter stant seuse of the Divine presem-- au'l de- farms which join. One farm contains ."hi hat'allday and miss them every time. Are Specialists for Eleven Years Past, mitted thai it was one of the palatial am after," said he, "even if she has no lamentation. Elijah, the dauntless pendence on the Holy Spirit, fo have a acres, the other 11. Tho farms an Wa-spcomr Havetra... iirop-- nnJ usvpeiis.!i:p remedies, make their uets in tlie ceiling vehicles of the Nineteenth street line. money, and, by Jove, I'll sacrifice my... .. sm hs", O'e of the come of God in a time of more distinct realization of Goils a lovA. w.th bis in iow England. Farmer of a room or the roof of a barn. I Iornets The toe to taVp a mp.llclne Is when Natoro pires liru han.llir,i all symptoms of dropsy Iu Hu. raised the signal of riistre-- s and self. I'll findout,.however." he added, cenoial religious decline and titter apos-tacing Father, a present help and a sure re- 50 acrea has time to go to church, to arc generally found in clumps of fruit-tree- ccr nnt irurni.u. That urea leeimg is oiien ine toio.i) : "whistled to be taken on boar 1, but for prudently, "before tho thing goes too ot Cur.- patleais pronounced hopeless by the on one occasion lied ibrouh fear, fuge; as ono who is wise aud go?J, faithmay N- warded Phjtadil-jthi-a rorersantr of serions di?e. wliich shrubbery, or fencea." OfflfykattWHl to yourself in time. Don't wait till nuomont-hi- s wil'thT. first do.tii symptoms rankllvilfssppear. damp bandanna bailled far, whether she can sew on 'buttons or nnd in solitary desolation of soul preferre compassionate, who not only tho picnic nnd (Jrange. Time and ful and Press. obliged to and!n ten da s at least of all symptoms are yourspteinisnllrundownar.dyoaare "the breezes in vain. The driver evi- not." And then he braced him-e- lf up death to life. David, chosen and anointed clothes tho lilios and feods thorayen, hut again, while out riding with his family, hop lurk, trnt taSe lioous tarsaparuia now. it rcoimea dently did not notice him; he iiad the in his seat and patted his hair down of God to be King over Iirael in n time ol who also hears our prayers, counts tho he passes by farmer II, toiinr in the Somrmavcrv hambuc without knowlnsaartmBS ill pally, vitalize and carirh your bU.L create abimi It. KrmemlKr, It does nut cost you auythlajr tn INSANE HOTEL GUESTS. , front door open and was talkiug t an apjttito and tone the dhjestivo organ- cure realir-ta- "' yourself. la manifold and with his left hand. lens uf our treaiment fur reused, tlis hairs of our heads, and thinks upan us. field with never athouglit for anything Is days the difficulty of breathi dy as is the habit of Philadelphia bllinuncs and djspep'ta. ron and pule Genuine mourning after God and sincere but labor. Farmer A's wife hns a horse KIcllculous Caprr-- t Cut liv :i Demented Man herniate.the liver and kldneya, and give strength to ten regular, the urinary organs mdc to d!cbars "Ahem, madamc," said he. "Ex- said in his heart: "I shall now perish one regular street car drivers but firmly to some cuse me, but I was just in the act of day by the hand of Saul:'' and in the longings for His presence are evidence of their full duty.tlefp is restuted. the swelling all oi Ii riiilailcliiliht Hnstclrjr. tlie wlrle body. a.s she and apretltemas nearly P'ine. the one iri5dc tlie ear. One or two anguish caused by filial inra'itude and His gracious dealings and tender mercies of her own, which she can drive books uerecoiitsutly coring caej of of "Ihseswii the value of Ilood's Earsaparllla in Tho proprietor of one of the large helping you when that driver coarsely likes. The boys and girls have times. beea tappet a number on their feet, and there interfered. Can Massachusetts State Prison, and have ue live I bo of any further exile, ho pours forth bis anxious plaint in toward ns. Wo may more surely honor and magazines nnd tho time to read hotels on IJroatl street, who has been aLo in'lha in ray family wltli perfect satislactlon. and the patient hare unable tohow a weet. Gh e declared .?eemetPto be a mutiny in progress. twd .t loos affllctwi. he wurd of our taxt. The patriarch ot nnd serve God, while nnxionsly and lovfull history of cjse. Name ses. them. Mrs. It. haa to beg for days for in tho business many years, in speakinj: Webekritto be everything that is claimed for how Ixidlv swollea and where, arc bowels costive, have The mule, which at first seemed to be service?" Uz, overwhelmed by rapid succosnion of It." Aiw. Keexe, "No. sir, thank you," said the far direful woes, when a"the arrows of the ingly waiting for Him, and unwilling to a horse, and thon must take the old upon tho subject of insane guests, said Chnrlc t,wn. llafs. depnty warden. State Prison, lBSburted and dripped water, tend for free auestlun". etc. contalDluff listening to the driver's remarks with go without His presence, than when rest- mare that can only be induced to hasten bv mall. Vnilav.'lrt i" it one. sinking baVinto the corner a- - if Almighty" pierced bis heart, longing " Ilaflne Uen affllttcd with a complication of approbation, turned a wav for a mr- of courso they wero alwaj s tranKsllepv ttt) .oltlely cured. tampi to psj that for rt ult of Impure blood. I U (. Hood's If ouutJ-flad Uw'o through with tlie death, says: "Oh that I might have ray ing in the remembramo of a pastxperi- - out of lioe nliiw walk by a thorough ii,'""t lOren sin fly, and caught she were D Tnent;to aim his tail at a sient guesLs anil were got rid of as SarapjrUl. ail tht insult was perfectly postage. ' ; I'l'i aiivv wo rurmnliy nun coluiy nrVT'i of the .stick. rwUMt; nml Unt Goli woolil grant ran 2S0U marietta St., Atlanta, Ca. ilas.J. Haktox, New Haven. Cu Every rod of the sm.iller farm does soon as their ailment was discovered. but not tho thing that I long for!" Jeremiah, Him. Messed are they that thirst,Helong, Archibald waijiicouraged tatcd, waited for encouragement and will seek, wait ami eagerly opect, for in on the is a respect 9 stopped. An old colored woman with cast down. JVpovcd a little nearer true prophet of the Lord, when destruc- satisfy he dosiro of their hearts. Let u its work. ThoManure raised are thos.-tha-dt "But," said he, "they will friend. crops and cleared his AroaL "Don't let any tion came upon lis nation nud poojile, most experienced clerks. They often amarjiet basket who had been stand- o wait for God, whose presenco is salvation. tl: six for Si. Prepared only sell for cash. The soil doc not run cut up ridiculous capers after they have Sold byall I'nvsisU. Apothecaries. Iowell, Mass. ing near the back door trying to clutch little eelin'S of reserve," said he, in says: "I am tho man that bath seen 1 by C. I.1JOUO CO., RUNH OOAillslC Tho onlv anchor of the soul in trouble is out because the farmer makes a busii been at the hotel a short time. They siiot out into the sun and milil ohosi n words, "prevent you from atlliction . . . the . my strength and a rilm, restful trust in God, who doeih all if pri5bt ness of keeping it up. Un the larger jire too sly to show themselves at first. ICO Doses One Dollar There is nothu.K more pteamz than a sift, imanl very suddenly; accepting a necessary favor from a my hope is perishod from the Lord, things well, nud who can mnke all things .Tiscjf tfie cobble.-tone- s ho ami pimple. We rv. Am. fri- f'"-but thcr? was no other visible damage, stranger. I wKh," he went on elo- remembering miuo oflbction and my work together for good. When clouds vail farm there are weedy pastures. The I remember upon one occasion, in ancariRafiWirjara'iteo our SKIS sn IP i t!i.lKt cure fcr all them n and alp th- - lift"a manure is put into small strips of the other city, a very old gentleman resthi? whole soul and tho old gentleman and his umbrella quently, throwing misery, tbo wormwood nnd tho gnl!' ever hern present.' to the public. If ou "desire t shadow, but have an best land. The gra.ss is never fertilized. tas-ac- iy lm e& ru a use through his eyes, "to be of Jesus, tho Mau of Sorrow, our great ex the sun wo feel tho in ored at a hotel and remained for a rlr.ir Iwtllhfut. (hnnuimj climbed into the car. , ola by all tho return of his Tlie soil is expected to make up in ar-assured confidence .v.ip. lTieo, ' cents per week, and seemed to be engaged in any service that Tcan." THE ONLY cenuine: ' ample, repeatedly made mention of II s ' beams. So wo must distinguish between leattin druggists, or 3 caift In a box will be sent by II. 15. f T.i rtnT. by what it lacks in quality. Farmer mail n rei fipt business which occupied a great ileal of The young lady was speechless and distress of soul: "Jfow Is my soul Bugs iffo marre a wife, if we rejrard the tni h, COUl'.WT, C I.Nfl.VX VTI hOAl tho feeling we may have of tho presence of makes money, for he never spends any. is in ev l;but it is a necessary evil." . his time. Ono day the clerks were only shook her had. Cincinnati. Ohio. troubled;" "My soul is excoediug sorrow-8BBBsBl Bole God and our faith that Ho is always near. llo looks across at his neighbor and ".She is evidently" affected," thought ful unto death;" "If it be possible let this i at amazed the mystilied and lty "a "sudden movement the mule Archibald. "Now to press on to Spirituul exaltation nnd depression in THE HEW DEPARTURE DRUMS in tho morning rv are mide with patent double 'actlnK roa ami cup pass from me;" "My God, my God, our experience often alternate with each sneers. Do thce oxtra horses, these appearance early continued to stand still, and as it is foldlDK kaee re;. Light, books and papers pay? Not a cent in of a score of men, girls and boys with a He moved up an inch nearer why hast thou forsaken uwi" i and other in rapid succession, neither state cash. too hot to stand around with him, and had a choice word just ready t. substantial - J.Mt Iindome.Farmer A. puts it like this: wonderful assortment of cure. For a DRUM Hands nud ...- 0 T..J ... ,he v .wV 7I! Y. readers who are interested may as well fall from his lip, when the lady rose Many of the saints in every ago have resting on suflicieut cause. Nor can we "Neighbor It's idea of true profit is time there was such a yelping and snortOrchestra'. Uncnualed for come in o3" tiie hot bricks to the home suddenly, smiled atsoine one running had to, and many now have to, clothe nlways, however candid our investigation different from mine that's all. all other He ing about the hotel corridors that jj tone, surrasappearance. la II finish and of Archibald McFadden. They will after the car. - "My huslShd," said she. themselves with sackcloth, berauso the may be, rightly determine the course of wants lib in hard cash: I'm ready to seemed to have emptied itself ct P i nearest Music dealer does 4WA ,'? -S J. mi ItU i tllVM1 II erf find jritSriiore-tcomfortabstill; Mf 'sweetly. ''You can offer vour suggesJ not Seep them, write to u light of God's countenance is obscured and these variations. Mere introspection will spend a part of mine in comfort. I there. Tho motley crowd of dog pedDiuuu for Illustrated catalozue. thev diakc the time about eight a. in.. tions "to him."' Archibald fell bark darkness broods over tho spirit. This state only reveal our noed nnd ten to .deepen can't spend my money to a bett-adtlllllU ! dlers came to sell their dogs to Mr. 11. iiiH &. HEALY, Chicago, III. a Cnr nt all Chronic l)Irc. .wiieji ArclnoalU ro-- e Irom his tardy abashed as a stalwart young man. with of mind may arise from various causes, our distress, nnd we lose both time and vantage than in making my family conwas discovered that the man had u ULOon For the nminic imnsiTi, ticicot. vtiss, It Ota breakfast. He had no coat on. and in- on-thvts unavailing 1 ut the fault is ERTEU'S VICTOR HAY PRESS II eyes and a big alna s to be found in tho energy in vain regrets feldom, if ever, tented. 1 could save this money and notion that if he could lind a dog w ith BKOXCliniS, tUSlMnili., ClLClLDtliaiTY, clear 4ji:tle:i(Iof a palm-lea- f fan. he hail a fork climbed into the car. TheTady greeted .KlTLl, hLiPDlR lOKrLUXTS, DliU't-buy more land, but I like my little a certain white mark upon its forehead eiiuvcr himself, and not in nny change tears. , skis disuses Kr.on.1i, otD in his hand; but they would need no him enthusiastically, likeonc verypla in the loving kindness of God. It is the yields comfort, hop-- or joy. For light farm. I fe-it and it keps its strength. he could dispose of it to the fanciers cri:i:ii itv introduction to him, for lie had result of physical or sniritunl derance- - nud help we must look out of our&e ves,- Whv should I spend the Injst part of of his presence, and whispered some! nadway's Sarsaparillian Resolvent ' not to our PRSt "periohee or present pnviintroduced; later in the thing in lus car. lie' turned, glared at m. nt, and not of Divi. e appointment. my" life in continually grubbing for ZZ&XXZJSSalt Vimls. partlcularlr Humors nd ,8R0S or services, but to God him elf, from along the hot street, sit- Archibald, and stepped toward him 3'darmlHng money that will never bfnelit mo; Bodily infirmity is frequently n sonrce ing urchins and such other people a lit chrome diseases Sores ofJim. an ctiretl with grrat of the ting on tTie wet steps and climbing into with clenched tints'. "So, course or KADWAY'S of spiritual distress. The connection he- - i w,Mm come.h down every good and per- - Now, friends, which plan do you like induce to engage in the hunt to certaintr by a mean otxtinate cases that havu recould AVe ttsiigb-UuL- J fr""1 was through car. Is hlppetl anrwhere to operat- on jrlal apalnst all othcerwhich made the our nhvsical natures is so close the hotel he are er lTet i, p - breakfasting when Jlc rose up. for said reel, but a swash hrcakingof glass, tween powerfully nnd reciprocally that HeS'"- the Go of hope, who inspires, best? is Which idea of vim following? bring suchif a cur to We cleared on a mob sisted all other treatment. he is Os.3. Ljitel J: Com prunes. 111. o ork fur the the true profit? Is tain day, found. they What your net a crash, the car DIABETES CURED! Archibald nev,or left a good thingTrhile and the hoarse adjectivaof the driver upon each other. Violent emotions of any sustains, and fulfills all our hopes. Tue your money in the bank, or is it investout and turned the man over to the LonsiAXA. Mo. it laSjted't.'bnt lie was evidently pained. stopped him where he stood. One side kind, oven IVnr Sir: Pn. spiritual excite- - eye of tho Lord is upon them that fear ed in happiness? Think it over. police, who found his friends and sent ri'ticdles with great succ I haro uih1 all your In practice, and tho He held the waist-banof his" trousers. of the car grew dirk. He. reeled, fell ifeiit. affect the health of the body; audi Him, upon them that hope in His uinrcy. llural Neio Yurktr. him home. lie had been insane on tho ytav I toiin.lf.iTorn"ihyourltcsolvent,itcurediiie vrltn i .. f im , nnt miin mp tOaUTOlneni Ir t of lllabrtea after three iihyi mils had eiven me up. Two buttons had departed and his sus- on, the floor, and Archibald, bleeding God is a tower of courage nnd a generally, nnd some forms of; Trust ii dog question for years. You might I d'i- - WdBChsnzelnuiy rrmo in two hours alter a time an J Ihsn hare taem return attain. I tatan a radihard road thu dlwass cf FITS. triLEPSY cal ears. penders were, left in the lurch. Gen- - from MANUAL TRAINING l'.fo Iwt study. I wartaat my lind cases enough as queer as this one thollrstdO'p.andthrettbtfiUcaciirednio. PACK. on his forehead, fell beside disease specially produce n morbid state fountain of joy. or FALLtNfi SICXSE--!- t T1I03. O. Your friend, otliers biro remedy to euro th" worst ces Implicit trust In the mercy of God is the s Uvuien who have been unfortunate him. The lady shrieked and an awful of mind, which incapacitates for enjoy- to (ill a book, lor the insane guct is A rcrncdr composed of lneredients of crtraordl-nni- r failed Is do reason Tor net now racelTln; a rare, tfend t An Agricultural Tapir's View of the Croat (rargh 'tor have led a bachelor's life. howl rose from tiie other cnee fur a treatlaa and a Fm Bottle of ray lnfalltsla medical propcrtli"'. esentlal to any kind. As objects viewed ' first step to peace, rest, light, life and joy. known to all the bighotels." Philadel- rei.iirandinvlfforato the hrolcen downpurify, heal, passengers. ment of remsdy. Glre Eiprass ud Tost omce. li costs jod and wasted IMiicatlonal I'roltlem of tlie Hay. A: Wy ladjes-wh-have heard them growl, The car had run into a.bay wagon. cothlns; for a trial, and I will care ymt. body, boldbyalldrupgisu. tlaboulc. phia Record. through Imperfect or colored glass appear Under the burden of alllietion, let us trust Be tddres J Dr. IL O. KOOT. in Fearl St.. Sew York. Common sense in is coming. fc CO.. X. Y., are aware that tlie loss of two buttons is not only full of pity, but, It Jilt. J1.U1WAY s distorted or discolored, so tho mind, in His love, llo 1'roprlelors of Itmlway's on one side approaches the awful pro- K0VELT1ES FOR ns a God of love, looks upon his cbiHren education is having a hearing, and we f.j3 tw5al 1T through the medium of a disordered body, When a woman dashed into the Jlr. liadway's 1'llls. portiQ,nsot a latal accident, lwo e A. Female M. D. of sNineteen. nnu inaccurate views with paternal benignity nud complacent are awaking to a realization of the fact of a Pcnobscott river excurDECORATION- .receives obscure ASK FOU TIIE distributed as to make one dedelight. He is watching over them and that an educational system which conpresented is to whatover sion steamer that had ju?t left tho of lS: parture on each side of the meridian mt Artists' and Amateurs' The advance of the ladies'is as mar- it, nil sources waiting to do the very best possible for sists in cramming tho mind w'th facts Bucksport wharf, a few days ago, and tho ordinary Painting, line are not of so much consequence velous as it is irresistible.! Here is of and Best mntrrnl rwrfectflt. eanals anv 13 orlSshoe. pleasure, whether in nature or them. Wisdom guides His love in all its which have no practical bearing upon frantically demanded to bo put ashore, every pair warrsnted. Take none unless stamped .OutflU in Oil and Water Color, LiutrA Home. and Repoue. Decorate Your for statistics show that 7I5S out of Mis Dolores manifestations, nnd in the greatness of did not understand it. Her W - linn !. M. nrt, in social or literary pursuits, fail to .tmhoe. Warranted." Connnm. wsend for complete 'Catalogues. , live, move and a humbug and the captain not the the real of life, Lace. had her nationlieandv. L Hoys aK rttoi lAVery.fcflQOijachulors that perilous condi- D., who has just taken her doctor's de- yield their wonted gratification. So also .His lovoorHo withholds nurture. needed dis- a fraud. work give ouris sons six years bonnet was on all right, A. XJ. CLOSSON, Jr.. O.' Hope, a hav their being in ior i ltauxui as n We tho required cipline lunch-baskshawl-stra- p j in her hand, and her S2.00 Slufe. Same styles CINCINNATI. 1J6 AVzst FoCRTit Strut, wV tion" anvhow. Uut two on one side! gree at Barcelona. She bfer.in her in relation to spiritual matters, the effect the mercy of God, gives tho joy of a of hard training in the public schools, siifciioe. it you cannot . ;i3j was visible also. Her explana- we these shoes from deal- is similar; a cloud seems to settle down o cet kuin and desolation! There would be ' university studies at theiage of ci""ht; was that she had left her baby on rrs.snr.dsdrKSonriostal v' every'thing becomes ob- - toothed conscienc?, a healed spirit, and an and when they get through they can earn lo jV at least three inehosdifTerenea visibhs when'.thirteen she became a H. A., and upon the soul and its grasp upon tho un- - assured deliverance. Hope in the love of not execute in proper form a prom- tion wharf. The boat went back after Lrockton, w. 1 iwagias, v tho loses scure, faith Ma. to the public intho amount of striped now. at the ripe age of nineteen, God gives the joy of a hcurt filled from a issory note: they can notdriveashmglo iU Lewislon (Je.) Journal. thisStato to fell tVOXllEICFUI EIGHT." after seen, thick clouds and great darkness I5IO tJEIXEIl. BIO 11UIFITS. 15IO BIT IS ESS. For "straight; they can not diagnose cassimere oif duly at the ankles. pure bliss tho delightful riartlrnlars. Hrnilars tnd Sonir Hoos. sirrws coming out first in allher examina- gather round the throno of God, the veri- - fountain of of being loved by the hightst jnail I In this case, that three inches applied tions, and cold. And yet we thecase of a common BIVOS., tTl1.0i1diMOw MOIl THE MARKETS. taking numarous prizes she ties of religion vanish, communion with dir'cctlyUo the iiuklcs of Mr. Archibald everlasting professedly educate them as a preparaGod is interrupted, fear takes tho place of and best, with a changeless, HIT is a fully qualified physician and surMcF.udden, and with that piercing, tion for life. Now it is a pretty well love. SO 'i 50 Fancy a nnd ajiKlyluj. vinsight into the deep geon.discoursing female"! I$.?A. of thir- trust, and doubt and uncertainty displace j Lnt us hope in the faithfulness of Uodr luAlablirtlied-fiicthat nil men can not TjTVK STOCK ? Choice Ilutclien? assurance. When this is the on hideous diseases hope 9 i ai. teen of brain :i 'm ba jvfoblems of human existence which are urft live by the exclusive occrci-4 75 cuu.o of. tho difliculty, due diligence should j Ho changes not; nil his promises Nothing power. A great majority, in fact, have HOGS Common s 50 iadoori-tlGood Packers alwayscharaeterized his mental nature. with j nnd His purposes stand forever. . 3 25 & 4 ( be given to restore health, and in then, devote SHEEP Gootl to choice. - diagnosing and prescribing for Iter nt once a 25 i :i w from tho love of God in to use their muscles. Why he sjiw, tliat some remeuy must he ap- brothers and sisters! lint it is what the meantime allownnco should be made j enn separnto us Lord. In His own all the education to tho head? Why FI.OL'K Vniiiily "o. 2 rcil.. . 7fi &j, n Hii wc nrnn thon nt. flirt iliiil GllAIN Wheat ' 7.1 FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. for tho temporary inftuenco of physical ' Christ Jesus our - . No. 3 red FnininintThe fair reader discovers him we have got to eipeet, and the fair the mind with facts, wlfch simply rip lit tim, He will 4aj Vases. Xew method of decorating Spaniard is to he congratulated on be- causes on spiritual life. When the organs time, and thnt is thelift upon us tho light cram knowledge without power, and Corn No. 2 mixed LTinnitliu wav to annlv iL Ho had t 27 fil . PAYS the FREIGHT riaaues,LampEbales,etc CanSilts.beSatins.rnce-iu-from mean cot detected Oats No 2 mixed of nutrition art deranged, or tho nervous come to our aid, nnd paintlnsf, r.asuy anpneo. 6enj ior . Ki iou vtuaou Hcalra, nanafuU directions. MlOVH3.S 1SKOM.. ;ii hantls which must pr lbably Hyp No. ' of eoflfec with ing the first of heroes to show what system is disordered, spiritual light and of His countennnce. roinglpd"hisl:ist last cup allow the tea Lcvrrs. KmHri, Uru. and. .11 mi n : in IT AY Timothy No. 1....J. TarsKtaau Hl BI br Ertm vwi'IiCGjiN. 1C3 Aluln Street. Clncluutl, Ohio. cogitation on the subject, and had de- -. can be doneMiss the way of rapid devel- gladness can scarcely bo expected. AVe li ) it. 7 5i) In tlie future state, at God's right hanA feed the brain to go without proper TOHACCO Medium Leaf... opmentmay be Dolores, etc., Why compel our daughb development? tennined to try a nail. The fork in his absolutely cured, Xnrj Ht Seal. Fer fre pric II at n.il Tmlf Pork Mes . 10 01 Or. 0 75 as well expect personal comfort in ' there is fullness of joy mid pleasures fcr Oil fairly Will 124 , shortest D03lbla lanU til. f.pcr a4 a44rtis eudlo-- s hand, hitherto unexplaiuable, was in- sung addressed, like her namesake might and leaky cabin. longinj" ters to pore over ancient history and PROVISIONS evermore. In JOHCS BF DINOHAMTIN, a time. N'ew.Infalllbleremedy. Kotapartlclepaln 7W I i of by Mr. Swinburne, as "wise a smoky I.ai d Prime stunm Pay when cured. Handsome booic tended to wrench from its resting place U &. Un n will bo endless fruition, blesednpss and graduate them without a knowledge of nrrvp.iuiw BINtJUAilTON. N. ST. Lsf Erroneous views of Divino truth is DIaJ.YKATHKnDr.KtasaaClty.Mo. free. ,3? fft 23 the desired, article. Its head shone among women and wisest, our Ladv of OlnoCrfu. ''I life. All weariness nnd weakness, nl the first principles of cooking? source of tpiritunl distress: inade- ' Jtli nlC8QN2WLAWS;Oracer'payfroni : it 50 Business bright as a tallow candle on a dark Pain.' PaUMall Gazelle. Why assume that every boy and girl APPI.ES-- 1'i New! por liarrcl... i, & 25 Wt. WlUJiCcoiiimU'Icni: Jleaeitersrellev-kedquato conceptions of the grct love of, darkness nnd dcprosMon, will have pass, POTATOES Pensions and Increase; experience 2) years; flvKlk Fonns i'enmanshlp. Arithmetic. Short- . cupboard door- to s diool is to be an o a that is sent ed away, to return no more. There is a .. thnronirtilT taucDt nr man nrrmars "success or no fee. Write for circulars ana laws. NEW YOUK. band, Peter Rons, ofMono Lake, took God toward us in Christ Jesus, narrow A. W.MCC0KMICK4 60X, Clntlnnail. Ohio. and dragged out a box filled with black rather than a utility in life? FI.OUIl State aud Western. ..$2 15 2 no free. UUSlMMs VM.UHGE, MuBalo, . If. nicht no sorrow, there. present exviews 7 r educate with a view to work GHAIN Wheat No. 2 Lhicajro and marked in big letters Jiis family to Bodie, Cal., for a visit. and unscripturnl of the believer, n failure bottles Why not A ..... daughter wanted to go alted privileges 5fl6 M!'i No. 2 red soap." He smiled and wrenched off His rather than to gcnteid laziness? Then-iM The Maine Militi.i Mumpciled. Corn No. 2 mixed ... .... s: it. 40 :um started oa foot, bhe ought clearly to appreh nd what wo may hero prodigal and sha'iieful waste of .... .... spart of tho lid to get at it; then he put ' llomc gone a Oats mixed IKnirllelil (Me.) Journal. ... n mj Wll 25 south", but went north end now attain, often bring tho soul into ilthc nfongs carefully about its neck and I to have Should by no means fail to call and see the beautiful line of time, money and energy in our present POKK Ies & 7 42',', LAUD Western steam canyons, anxiety nnd trouble. If wo regard the DRY GOODS such as DRESS GOODS, CASHMERE, SILKS, The Watervillo Light Infantrv, twentv bent downward on 'the handle. There ?'"on ,tne mounhuns and educational methods. But there is a CHICAGO. ss. icft'i-n.w.rf hen the moon went down she crept joys of assurance nnd the bliss of constant four sirong, were going through thei. .. l,,rl .mil .in nMili.iic. r among the dry bones. ManCLOAKS, SHAWLS, ETC., Exhibited by $1(0 Si 4 01 KLOrit Wisconsin winter "ndcrasagc hush and slept, but awoke communion with God us tho pierogativo regular drill on Silver street while two rattling which, in justice to Mr. McFadden, J 2 red H H ual training may be sneered at by a G UA IN w heat-N- o. of only a fow saints of greater growth, n 75 I tiiciiKO Sprlnc must be omitted. The tempered stecll at?davl!g it and went on. In the mean-ba- d &; tennis from Fairfield were racing down few educational dudes, but when the cj. No. 2 No- 40A ?' 2 Corn uau onercu oiie uitiiw and not to be expected by us, then wo ex- below, one containing two young men and hard, practical common sense of the snanneil - short off and a nromreil - ....... IOO West 8th Street, between Vine and Race. .' 25S Oat, No 2 , ourselves from spiritual gladness. the other carrying n couple of girls, dollars for her rescue, and a searching clude s'l hand struck him in the eye. all people is appealed to understanding!-live ALL GOODS WARRANTED. ONE PRICE TO ALL VZM Much distress is often occasioned by misJ 4U, Meis CM)'fr '"Now, by my halidom," said he, party with Indiansmarted out- - They interpreting tho dealings of Divino Provi- from this village. In their wild courso the response will bo not slow in com-nr- r. POHK SIVUIll ... V found her nextS day trudging along, ilc,i the bright light of day struggled Follow up the precept that labor IttXllU they charged right upon tli9 ranks and No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes. Morphln Mnblt t'nred In 19 HALT! MOWS. to SO day. So pay till cured. . into his retina again, "I can endure this hungry, but undismayedf She had dence. Instead of viewing our afflictions i burnt through, stretching nineteen out of is "honorable, by making labor the cor-O- rLOUK-Fam- lly S3 Ol fit 2 urieDraira "MMrsr." lTAITDr.J.Mtepheus.l.cuanon,Objlo walked twenty-su-e miles. She said she in tho light of fatherly chastening or lov inn iweniv-iou- r r. I must aim .t not be slipped by anycombined,bachelor's life no longed. stono of our educational system. M'a.c. horse. Ssmo.2 inn on ine ca. in. ssmn can 43 ' 4S & wasn't afraid.Saj .Francisco Call. Ing discipline, we construe them as tokens or ciht receiVPd miscellaneous Injuries The educator who is ashamed of the Corn Allied change it for a better." TO S8 A. DAY. Sample worth SI..?0 .,j , " free.onrecrlptof 81. Sold by all FliEK Lines not UDdert tie horse's feet. Write O, HUH 1UUI.. IlLUIB Ul IlIU Ilfc MIO r j, . And Archibald McFadden was putting j not serii u, nnd one, Charles Cnvemugb, word industrial, should be hooted and ritOVlONS I'ork MefS. . .11 foil 75 KKM IIOLIIItBtt.,Uilj,lta. BtttnsTXB rnuu.cij, Special ruh Harness aoiuM.4c The Governorof Algeria has dis- nsk if the Lord has forgotten to be gra was dangerously hurt, iouit censure '.t booted out of tho place he disgraces. -Dealers. a S Trade. discount to thel .... this rash resolve into exeauti.ui wheii I,.ml I'oSnedw V n"fceno for a. 4J covered a use for standii!"- armies in cious. Many of God's noblest anil most freely visited on the raiders for the CATTLE F.rit quality the reader formed his acquaintance. Western Plowman. I i.i niiii ... HOGS a man quick to time of peace. The greater part of the consecrated servants have been trained in manner of their assault. Hud they . For Mr. McFadden INDIANAPOLIS. thunder-storat New During a Pfaq Remedy rbr CaUrrh Is tba grain crop, he reports, has just been the school of sorrow. In them patience come up in front of their victim-- , instead FEMllE AlM..,. riWXDAtr 1n..nn.,l COMEOB. Fifteen mue act. x $ , No. 3 Best. Easiest to. Use, and Cheapest. ..!.... uuuumyuiuiu.:nv V. u,uicwm. 40 ,.i. n saved by turning the military loose he had her perfect work, and their chas- of their renr, and given them a chance to Richmond two thunderbolts went Wheat mixed red...- vA ..." RKV. 1. U. ill. one at ach end. A Corn mixed . & ml) through a pillow, Ojis locusts' and crickeU: Fntc Bcals nlonsr with silent trad. less than tening yielded tho peaceable fruits run, there would have been a different reNo lavm here and earn young" lady's head reposed: on tho Fpund ortonest in wliat least we dread, LOUISVILLE. . 276 cubir meters ofJocusts' eggs and of trials ' sult. When righteousness. I CUtlsn I --rod pay. sitastioBS ,Bfd - Frowns n tho storm with anrr liniw. 4 SO 0! hair w.is singed and FLOt'K-- A No. 1... 'Wr!teTaxjrnBaos,JaneTllIe. Wis. furnished. ....$4 9.50-- cubic meters and pillow, and her successive numerous, Uut in the uti3hln.a str ke t'ip blow. of crickets were de- are Tjl Also pod r,rco,4 In the Head, "" 05" r.irj)r. stroyed. The forced labor employe severe, the question nrisos whether. If ' ruined. Next time she will h in r her GKAIN-Wb- mixed No.2 red Headacle,H7 43 AJJ.K.-- E. 4c M cants. Corn Forest fires are burning in the northern hair on the b.ick of a chair in s. d"stant As Archibald dusted ofi" the scat with. for this nurnose. ncMa n. rnnort. reine- - wo were really the children of Cod, such , : data mixed . . . . VIaK WHITING TO DVKKTIKsO anv. O g'2 " his palm-Jsa- f fan ana putted lnmsell sent3 a day's work "of 1 700,000 natn nt things would befall us, nnd disconsolately i portions of National Paik in the vicinity part of tho room, where a thiwtderboU PORK-M- ess Sicam. ksiitr u Atvru(Mici 8 03 W .... ner. wholisaU andretsil ErtceOUtrcs pln HA!B .CirsMGe IT of Black Tall creek, fifteen miles from can get nt Uwithor.tsco50hlr.jr at c face LAUD into if ho nothjd a young lady standa sad commentary on tho . In Uia " wa wrlto Utter thing against ourselves. of tnlkhiff very doort'fi cpacUr ferlwark. She uglct ot ur known dutn nsreoaal Matumo.h Kprin:; Mont li earnestlv with iiiefdrivcr. Tho mill WEAUY, BUT WAITING. OIV disconnectcthc conversat.on From a Sermon by W. Ormiston without breikin-'- it off. "U hat is the WARREN, Publisher. GEOBGS to a vmegiry D. D., LIj. D., Now York. matter?" n Archibaltl KENTUCKY looking ia,iv o uncertain aje who sal HICKMAN- f. .ids o near him. 'Tho lady drew .Spiritual AVmit and her dres a little closer to her, twitched Tt Many Sources of Tli" Only Anchor of n Soul lIstr's her nose srnr,tlr bat Hcmly, and re THE PRIZE ESSAY. 'a Trouble (.iid's I.oe and vigor marked, with rather unneee-sar- y !.... i Jiillulte Mercy. mill sue io ..f inilll e naoii oi ouiu" platform and .She left the crowded ' Tile air was filled with cliccrs, in tho cars. sj)oken to bv stranwinen Her csiay ws so swertly blent fl" " Then she relented 4lUtle if Ilomiletic Monthlv.l In mingled smiles and tears. ures wit. ...... :..!;ition. and finally Why art thou cat down, O my soul? and 9 Her Rih'ect "Woman's Miss'on" was, told him that he misht ""d out if he why art thou disquieted wlthlu me? Hope , Stic treated it with care, -iv-- . .h. .,.,.,, ftlntn. ,w rosirnmea pravpr - . . . nt FARM AND FIRESIDE. LIVELY A Good-Nuturo- INSECTS. He Yellow-Jacket- r.iu v ...:: r.u""nMne from r: and Keep insecticides and scythes out ai.in Tells What !. Knows of llees and d gray-beaded Cablegram Received from II. Umbstaetter, Au. 23, 1880. , London-- Eng., Aug. 23, D. A QUESTION ABOUT 1SSG. good-nature- UbHrth av Browns Iroit Bitters ANSWERED. qa-"ti- 7"""" bee-hiv- es etttj-thin1 well-know- three-quarte- rs et et poLa-toe- rnl-c- in et e 1 en-du- oh-h-h- !" cn-la- r. hard-boile- d fc- self-relian- t, $2 r -- over-burden- ed two-third- ono-thir- SSmlfli's d Tome Smm one-thir- d ir - FEVER and AGUE "at-isf- y iW t y two-third- m 0 snii-umbrei- war-danc- e, nt " lf long-standi- coit-tail- s, iu-- h as-ngl- en d, e, - lie-ha- re. Sud-tlQii- ly i; DR3 JOHN BULL'S I d -- -- p. m - JHttf-fl- k BBBBt bs a aa a 1 f t-r Mays uangerous - s y ' y, s, c;-l- - Ik-- 1 two-thir- d po-li- long-continu- ed pern-culion- -, 11 pas-!gVsw- loBsstaad-c.ciscsth- I J pam-plile- t. fi.rnl-li-df- re - r sulisfac-tory.- " rishtot.lhtt-negltctca"taref-lle'li- '. Hood's Sarsapariila fj bell-stra- p, i ff.rM5i?pftrir.r'5 n SGHOENEALS' Il.-t- - j ! ne r mw&w w r 1 Htnat-unr- ! Men-audrr- Z Manuiai.-s.arer3- ." ; - " ,wcv7l. T- v- p:indi-moiii- um ypccsisicaJ le ft 1 r mm . nnor &&5es2& I.ID-J- r um-t.ic'i- e. 1 Slf-iupeeti- , sor.K-"- I d i JX,r sir-r-r- -! SARSAl'A-Kll.l.IA- - 1 , long-sustain- j ItAB-wA- d 1 th 1 a.-c-ut i j -- 9rffl SB a I Tid-Bit- s. i -- nut-tonss- Q pilot-hous- i ' . W. L. DOUCiLAS I- au Lleonart-y-Casanova- s. j et j i i j j $$? AGQOOLtVElMra T.-KV- . CiNUiiNjs-rrv-nK- .' Cnttlc-Couimo- nfl ! I -- I S.-. JONES HE S60. j ; 1 -- s j i He-ivtn- T-- HP2UM HABIT orself-dcsia- l. I an-oth- er i - ........ 1 1 1 d na-ment unue study. Book-kooplnj- r, i. ot-tn- ld s YISITOBS to tlie CINCINMTI EXPOSITION -p- ... J - ii. -- V. 131aOEijia3Y13:i - CO., ) T GKAlN-W'heatN- pjj ...... HISM1V.&--U- 1 OWfc-M- ucil 2- - raaffi, &jm BM OPIUM s& tm - I'rlce-I.lst.- cow-ard- ly w.-i- s m o-t- Bi7ail- - M .1 .1 WaBam-aTChleajr- a EDUCATIONAI.. 1T1-J.H1- ) Aril 1 ent .a.a . Ts-.a.--!'- iorj .i... nyyu I tutr isS? " &S Ml t. t -- 3fl5sr : . u A i ffVi;- - KsEfcis LoJft7: pss $& &&&. Y. o ' r - 3? j5tefcr jjsfidytttti n t -- . ;tv y THE r.St l i '' JAS. CAMPBELL, Judge, Pudncab, Ky. W . BBSUS T.1G1 CQSRIEB. D1STRICTP0IJTICS. The Congressional Race-L- ocal 'fl'tini : he SCuscnls Slelt totlir LmimilleTlriiM. lnt. RUMORS OF WAR I a'O'f'BU MA h litis FOR. CONGRESS. Press rl Opinions. law Kvpubllcan. t'oil-t17,943 Democrat. From Kulu.nUii j 54 S5. The eitrtntion that confronts the ,jttee makes , ,!.riioii for the DemocmtB of this District is :t nomination nf .. nnmneratic can- Hear mathematical proposition as c'u'Jltt' for Congress tne First do to result, ami can he worked ont wiftrit and the name a t l0 I'toba-m- i definitely an aii ram in tlioj ,liI!ty ;s thai u,e aceViH bo be- arithmetic: In the last race Stone tween Stone ami Turner, and the received 30,503 votes; Turner Keptiulicans will vote as one man 7.440; ami the Republican candj. against Stone, the reason that usages '.v tlie date 7,161. These figure repri iJl,ul eubinmii,,, .. m tie. action of eiu, proportionally, me sironstii , his ..,.,.- ,slli7 IIIUC " the "MO ' of the organization Democrats, of ...! ti, a result will be the triumph of a minority over the" and the Republicans; and there a majority of the Democratic people liHnjr no Republican candidate one of the District. Should the for whom Republicans this time, of course there is no cast tiieir votes the elected, we bo .....rri room for donbt that the Kepubli-chii- 8 shall hear their boast that they win elect either the organisation- have outgeneraled "S :imI evcM -Democratic - candidate, or that they have revolutionized a HBCiCMt lia, anilsti.1. 'u":f '. j.T. i . "' ",0 ner rarks, either on .vug- Democratic District that has been the so strong that it was known as! .. v,.. ..... Illllllll tin,p.l IIPK candidate. This is as ccrtainly the "Gibraltar" Democratic. Dis-tri- c now reform management ought to view , ......... 111111 llltr ,,l mm&n I. by a single journal nf yiv Donald, a tailor, walked, true as that 14,001 beats 10,503, or of Kentucky. It does seem, get along on that much less. He been made that M. Dediers Kurope, is was not disposed urCd, barefooted, from Westminister take Snper that 17,604 beats 7,110. Query, the hour is so Into, that nothing intendent Thorn's toestimates, and Prince Uismarck earnestly to iV. Hridge to Chatham and back in will be done in the uour, s and twenty min- -i.:.. then, will these seven thousand jsi primary elewtion" ray of calling .....i imiiikiii aruuiiui c some one viiiit. w.v.1 in ' - .,... ,. '"CAf- " iur the District .nii-'marci; declined, to oVf""-"- ' Republican voters vote for the Commlttee,fiiiT iniov Beennrthat who could tell him about tho mat-- ' "" in Chelsea i. ' mit himself, took tht "ShiatteVMT In 120 a lm im rnrrr.wi m 1.'..,,.,, organization Democrat, or the it is a "free-for-alrace, giving Iit . ertook to run from Hyde Park had made the exposure before the cferendum and shoitened thorn-Democrat? Any the Republicans a Rleudid oppor- Trensnrv ollicials upuy. V gnt u. nvi seven miles aloug the last ear. Fain ' u ' IC w "'""'"i idiild can answer the question, for tunity to defeat the organization accordingly :l!l,('nt ot telegraphing belvn lirenttoril road in one hour, carryreceived a subixena. wo doubt if an instance is on re- Democracy of the District. lie hesitated about roiur and con- - 1erln, lenna, London. Rome SM ing a basket with lift. pounds of suited Assistant Secretary Smith I oiistaiiiiuople ensued, tar mire tish on his head, and is said to cord where the . minority party THE I5ACE FOK CONGKESS. minutes. about it. Smith told him that he than the little Franzenbad oth'e have done it in forty-fiv- e ever failed to vote for the Krum Miirrcnr NV. ever dreamed of before. WJnH--c- r A similar feat was that of a would be obliged to go and give candidate as against a From all imlicatbns the race the committee any information M. DeGiers got an answer be gatdeucr's apprentice, who walkregular nominee. But, while it is lor congress win ne confined to which he possessed. lie licuuril- - fore his uue.xnectcdlv hastv le ed from Wandsworth to the Iiour-- ' . . , true that the 7000 Republicans of Lap:. Stouo ami Col.larner. and iM;ijv W(Mlt JlI(1 upon slri,1Igth parture is not known, but thcre-witho- ough market (six miles) in fifty-eigliny pimar; election or f his showing tin eKti.nt,.c w 'suit was that Prince AlexaiJer minutes, carrying 300 heads this District can elect either of ' w. "v"w i . irt.. '1'iirt. .!..; ri OI e reduced "" Mr .Thorn nnv was not restrained from gointo of asparagus. the candidates they choose, it is District Committee las made two, fm-.rMr. Lascelles, the Int i v ti.iu An orange porter made twenty Kiwi thot Rulgaria. . t. ' r "W.. II .1 .....J also true that they will be com- aiieinpis. 10 can tnememhers Ol Thorn told Acting It from Rotolph lane to - jsh consul general, who was Secretary Fairpelled to elect a d mnrrnt'. but, if the Committee together at P.ulu-cah- , child that either Fagin must go or n,o ms vacation nere, utanf", Spitalstield market, each time but in each iustauce a quo- he (Thorn) post-horsfor Soptia the stme cariviug a hundred unlinks ot or this is true, which it is and it is rum failed to attend. It is prob- not kiiowinirwould lo. Fairchibl '''K'-t- t to represent English m:er- - anges. The distance traveled was any of the noints in intended that the two Democratic ably too late to get a fair expres miles, ami he acco.n hlb. in the trying time uowi at forty-thref a.. candidates shall have a fair and sion of the will ot tie voters; at me case.' iinmediatelv dismissed .naiMi. MMins is a nun. fcir Miiam .pushed them in eight hours and irs,gi,. fo-tlasqnare nice before the icholc peo any rate it is highly jrobable from MvJ ,Wlntc. who ought never to lave thirty-twminutes. The wager . , ,, . .Second Controller ": tho indifference mainested by the ple, irrespective of party, is it fair and Acting First Auditor ulLU lt,l,uu ,IU"' ooaiautwu- - was for ten guineas. ',iinnl to declare one a ituminn- to the peoplo that the nicewill be made; Hnhhvh, called upon the Secreta-- ' lle- - wi K the.e next ucetas .v geniieiii;iii ;u line in me i.un- fr.,m the jnrty. rv :lI1(1 ;llf(irniol i,,,,, without any action to Sir Kdrard .... - nf ,, 11 n. Thornton. aid Lascellcs hastens, don clubs made a wager of JC100 ... temporary ' end that thereby the 7000 Repub- rvww n ia i ...i it. . ...i fi:..;.. i SiaiCd DV r.... :.. ii. Mr. They told him : ,, .. , ,. , that he would stand for an entire iiiuio it lican votes of the District, may lie liepuiiiicau aiuponir mat there i,ow uin mo i,isf. hen the rottenness of last. as does Prince Alexander, to Die- - day at a point on Loudon bridge fixed solidly against him? There win ne no candidate. year was exposed Mr. Fagin was slau ll, i;oigorcnivi, with a tray of gold sovereigns and are in this District 17,013 Demo- This will give that puty full pow- the most important witness, and wIl ,s roportud to beon lusnay offer them at a penny each wither to elect Due cratic voters as against 7,101 Re- candidates. either Mir of thee how he had been" promised pro- - to Soptia. He will be receded out finding a put chaser. He won Thus District, cool,.v with btnct courtesy, not if publicans, and it hardly looks fair the Gibraltar of Denocracy, that tection T? it he would tell all he knew. affronted nor recognized, shut the wager, as the passers by sup r ti.n of tlio mini tiifiiiiTiMiini. posed the coins were bt:us and ".Vtifclta ,o that this Republican minority t...c uc. li- V"i r,n "- - bureau. also explained how there is a doubt whether he will, declined to inest. Bhonld be able to dictate who dred polit.calbattlesvv.il prol,ably!riUMlwhowerc fel,own by tho lu- really go to Sofia instead. Se-- j be represented by a man elected vestigation shall represent this overwhelming to be unlit for their cret information here is tlat he WIio'lir In Siicii until Counts. . j i i"is oe' positions are sin. neaiis of di is likely to go to Athens and Fr .m I'litifoii lrii.. rt " Democratic District in Congress! i ii. win uu unu iitueiiuie stain .. ?.. . thence to Macedonia. By irtuc of a call by Mr. S. 15. ui u is a raci mat mey can do it, "i the fair fame of our District. partmcuts in the survey, and how It is known that Kussia gold lCrwin, the delegates Iron, the dif-they had undoubtedly slotted to jinn no man wno can ami ligures and one that will injure its renu- - ..rti.,.n,.. rr.,.,;.. vtsm. !.: t.... nas neen going iii great uuaittlies r,.,,.... l Whoelw of ., , . ., can dispute tiieir ability to do it. . 'viinw. idui. ! uu kiii aiiini uuiuii iiiruiigiioui me citate A,1iing before him the Secretary has through Greece to foment tie lis-- ' Hick,!U1 coniit met at tho court lint, if there is no Democratic Ullb ."". "rosily tor a ' luceilonia, which is eipeet-- , house in Clinton, on Saturday last, nominee, it is possible that this strict organization, and cleat ly decided to reinstate Fagin in some '"? daily. I t learn that it is Leliev- - ln ,....,....;.,., VIMUH f vvi..i.i 'm.ie rv,....!.n.ed .....i ifiiiuii i.t... ill niuP Lriiivtiiii Republican vote may divide as to aiiii-h- o .w t iHiH nrar , il CIMMlilV. IIIH- - I.IVA- ni'iii w.T,. ., . . luii i.irnn iiiu ii iiif null iihii.l If..iaL(l 1H' IMMIillH IIIIII. IMI' lrr!Kliri 11 wiiiaui.' il with Mr.out-- xiiio l'ilC a.-...... .tw..vt. was done iaa hmitli as iiiiiiii ii the two Democratic candidates inci or oiate may ne represented of Germany, Austria and Knjrland liresiilciit: the oilier nllii'er liciti precisely as the Democratic vo- oy a minority, anu tne win ot the e:lve has gained Turke over once more, , .resent :nnl all .lulv insts.lbMl. ters are divided. mopt overwhelming majority ,...,.,, and the porte will authorize Alex-- ; imihIk l.v sever The Sberlll anil Vutir Tax'. It is not of the Courier's lint this question rests auder, as a tributary prince, toen-ui- t xr. Messrs. Smith, S. Drwin.. choosing that the 1S.000 Demo- more with tAe District Committee We publish below one section! iei .uaceoo.ua, siumue ii anu in-- , ,.IX Jewell, W. 15. .Johns and oth ..... crats of this district have referred than any other power, and if we oi mo ne iiaw relative to tne coi--i! corporate it as a t part of Iiis do- - ers. AH were very good and to the selection of a Congressman to arc thus ceteated, let i. ..i;,,,.. loction of taxes. JJead and loarni minions held under the porte, with tho mint which was for the :u ,. the 7,000 Republicans, but it is i.nL nil liiu in j urn ll j! vew of an eventful kingdom of auceuie.it and iinproveine.it the duty of the Sheriff: none the less true. 9. That tho Sheriff or collect. liulgana. Against this plan is m the farming class. UUBnpriRivoVr - j WhntTlrW i .xatjara see to bo coifnty of this Commonwealth1 la, when she will bo resisted by' uerstoou. ff so, cerv fa riuelwould be a member, and in union The Chicago Times nublish.es also particnlaiwrcrroug with the shall, on the 1 first Atday of May and T a t ....? patty, ot tins uistrtci, every sixty uays tnereaiter, under Austria, Turkey, Iionmania, would find the strength, without highly sensational report to the ueiiiucraue. ami Scm'a. This will eua- - which they can never prospoi, Ini just now, anyhow? It seems to us oath report to the Auditor of Pub-- ' effect that Mr. Sedgewick, tho le- that it was never in a more love-- , lie Accounts tho amount of taxes ble Germany to hold aloof, keep1 ever be the slave of t ie couruis gal expert sent to Mexico by Sec- ly condition. All its enemies are, he has collected and pay tho same Franco in and satisfy the Kaiser, siou merchant, wh too often, is a whose scruples have long delated wholesale robber. Unite faim 'is! retary Bayard to look into the beateiij horse foot and dragou. over immediately, and shall a collision between the Teuton And put your agents in the marNews. count for and pay all taxes tor Mexican complications has outThat is precisely what wo have which he is bound into the State and the Muscovite. My informant ket places, and thus secure tne rageously disgraced himself and la.s great stress on the strength reward for your honest labor. been asking for some time. If Treasury by the first day of e the United States Government and sufficiency of those scruples, is anything wrong with the'vembor in each year; and upon hjow many commission merby getting drunk at an aristocratic Democratic parly now, we do not. his failure to do so, he and his but believes that the Kaiser, in chants do ,ou suppose are in Chisociety ball in the City of Mexico know how it came- - about. It is surities shall be liable therefor, wrath at tho practical indignity cago? They run up into the thouoffered to Prince Alexander, has and behaving in a most disgrace- true, we have had some disaffee-- 1 and shall be proceeded against at consented to let the Austrians and sands, without capital.' p'reying on tho producer, robed in purple and ful manner. It is said that he got tion on tho convention and pri-- ! the first term thereafter of the' Turks undertake the task of fine linen at your expense. mary question, but two years agoi Franklin circuit court. Any per-th- o The so disgracefully drunk that the In the short, heated di-- , time has come to put a stop to it, convention men surrendered! son or persons failing to pay their young Mexican bloo'ds crowned this idea for the sake of hannon.; taxes by the first day of Sept cm-- j plomatic woik coming Kugland is y united action and putting your .. ..... i'iidviiii lit iftia- ... i.iiiii.. ill ...........v. ailim .III. .. t fl Till. "Will el." vv. liim with leaves and paper mot- and a primary was ordered and ii.- - ber in the year following the the lead, and it is felt tar more by the Democracy by an sossinent for such taxes, shall pay toes, making all kinds of ludioverwhelming majority, although j six per cent, additional on the tax probable than it was on Saturday i sin.-- st tt:;u3:. crous jokes and fun of him and there were only two will eventually she :,. .. take a Democratic so due and unpaid. Any Sheriff that i :.. .i... i his country. i. r. v aspirants then just as it is now.' who shall fail to report as herein ....... ... u.i, i ;;iii. u ,o .. .ini:....t.. Th(, Tiiiiiiiln in; 'f:irnrt ol tiling to predict sucn a vast coui-- i amearu io Later reports from Washington That is the last chance that the. required, shall be liable to y 2Sm has had to express its) inent in the Franklin circuit court, s.on. I would not dream of doing, 0lIirA(.o ' Au S1,ei.ial asaert that the above report is ji,7tlaIo,N. V, s.0h: self on this subject. Now, just and fined not less than one huu-o- it on my own responsibility butt,,,. ( uufounded, sensational and false ; , is a serious fact. The most trust- - ,, nt tho heels of the v.r ......i. ii.ua mu ounn utilize tho tu- and it is to be hoped for the pride mocracy, triumphingorganized De- - dred dollars nor more than five ed men in the Knglish foreign ser gineers over all op-- hundred dollars for lin of the American people that it is position, does it stand to reason ' 'and it shall be thoeach offense; vice believe that war is limited has been to afforded bj duty of the; waterpower all false. One thing is certain that they want to turn their backs; Auditor to report to the grand, inevitable. Two war correspon- the Niagara river in the most pracsomebody is doing fearful on organization ami permit the jury of Franklin county, at the' dents of tho London papers start ticable nnd cheapest manner. The amount of lying about our Mexi- Republicans and a minority of' next term of said court after such for Bulgaria immeuso power hat ncer been can troubles. There is a large el- the Democrats to select the Con-- . failure to report, the Sheriff shall used except to a very small exement of the people of the"Uni-te- d gressmau! No sir, the cause that be required by tho Auditor to pay tent. A small company of capi States who really want to pro- is actuating some in their zealous a penalty of six per cent, on ail; :Ii(or I'HttiiigTnlliK. talists and experienced men l.asi voke a war with Mexico, and an- opposition to the committee tak- - taxes due and unpaid on the first' been organized ami coiporated as other element who because of ing action is too transparent to, day of November in each year.; Cutting was in El Paso all day the Niagara River llydiaulic Tun'. money investments in that coundeceive. YVingo Purchase. ThV Auditor, in his settlement. Tuesday. In fact, ho does not nel and Sewer Company, whoso try are bitterly opposed to a war with the Sheriff, shall charge him desiro to g o acrobs tho river for base of operations is to bo at tho on any conditions and under any jxican enemies will ar--( village of Niagara Falls. Their with the six per cent, accruing fear his kind of provocation, but which chap- rest him on some charge or other. obiect is to develop the water- under the provisions of this WVnry rilicr Colore-i- Brother. element it is, or both, that is keepter. lle has lost a good ileal of flesh power of the great river at an es-- i ing up this fearful amount of ly-iInformation reaches hero that and his hair is quite gray. 'laui,tii.lr,eii expense of $3,000,000. the Courier is unable to say. the white Republicans in the Secnot a lawyer," he said, "nor a di- - The main point of tho scheme is Mil loo I'olillRN. The real body of the people of ond North Carolina district arc plomat. If 1 were, perhaps I to construct a tunnel from water tired of being represented by a St. .ouU tlrixibliott. 1 the United States don't want 'could sec that the situation had below the falls, 200 feet below the war with Mexico, or any other negro, and arc determined to force Tho Republicans of Maine have been changed by my release, but high bank of the river extending good reason to be alarmed. Their power, unless forced by national him out of the nice for I confess 1 can't now. The qucs- - through the rock to the upper Mr. Ohara, tho incumbent, offspring, the Prohibitionists, arc tion was not about me, nor tho Niagara river. honor. iaTi quiet and comparatively inof- ufter them with bloody intent. severity of my sentence, but - fensive individual who has no Prohibitionists and Republicans j whether Mexico had the right to Courier-Journa- l 4po. Thk Fonj gives the aro the same persons; but the Pro- 11 xn following principal amendments ability whatever as a public man, hibitionists who have heretofore' I)U,usl1 me al sul- - riii.,.. !.... , iwt ,c to the Kentucky school laws: A and is an absolute cipher on the bech content to belong to the declared that two mouths j Tho saddle was tho emblem of school tax, not exceeding25 cents, floor of the House. It is not sur- publican party have grown tired is sutucient. instead oi twclre.-8necii- . may be voted once a'ycar, at any prising that even such a God- of this, and now demand that the The United States said the Mexdaj's journey was a serious time after fifteen days notice. Co- forsaken district as the Second Republicans shall belong to the icans could not P11"1" me. The niatter. lored people only shall be taxed North Carolina, which was once, Prohibition part v. We were still a nation ot Hand- Neal Dow..iex,,:,l"H replied: t i for colored schools, and whites but long ago, represented by men father of the Maine law, and the C lli.l L. ? workers. for white schools. School sites, of education and ability, should historical teetotaler of this conn "What do you think tho Gov- - No house contained a sewing ; houses and furniture may be rebel against such representation i rv. iuiw n;i h: he was asked. machine. i nii:iii iiihit ernment should do bought without a vote. Superin- as it has through this negro. If again vote tlie Republican ticket,. ult t0 m0 the Oovern-- j The canvas-coveres wagon was tendent select text books, but Ohara were a man of such natu- no matter who is nominated. We cnt should insist upon a definite tlie ark of trade. ... . a j.a i ahail not be agents. County ral force as Smalls, or Elliott, or are going to kill tne Jtepuoiican. iiuiU.f.fniif uu. ii'iMi 11 iiviliri 'l.'k The tnrnpiKo was sun tue great " ,,,ui:tOUUMV"o III... 'iC:,v'" : Itaincy, of South Carolina, he party, Judges may allow $100 for books j ucmco nrtcry of trade just as we left the whig party posiuon or would tor poor children. is always bad, but it will be far. There was not a mower or liar- State Teach- getting have but little trouble in on account ot our elected by his colored ers' Institutes were given $500ati-nnallin existence. Tho Whig party was al- - worse now unless our govern- . ... a.a aa kj brethren as long as he wanted to ideas. promising to keep up with "lent insists upon. iciuiui. .uy ve8ter laud was ngiiieu wim can ....A State Teachers' Associa ways The ' caso was not as rU(-'- l as thousands tion elects its own time and place hold on; but the brethren are re us, but never performing. The tiics after nightfall. of meeting. Superintendents ported t be divided nirainst them Republican party in this State is J ot others mat aro never Drought. Uutter was unmarketable 100 nan report any misconduct of selves on this point, and the indi- closely allied with the rum power." to light, utners are not so tor- - miles from the dairy. misappropriation, aud the County cations are tlmt tho colored brothhad. just be The Republican leaders of tuuate. 1 think war cannot be The steam saw-mi- ll Attorney shall prosecute. Super- er with ait Irish name will soon Maine are so alarmed at the averted much longer. The irri- gun to devour the forest. join tho innumerable host of the intendents must be 21 years anil shuttle schism that they have thought it tating cases are too numerous, The spinning-whee- l be elected Angnst 188C, and have-beeunecessary to bring out Mr. Blaine and the disposition on both sides sounded in every farmer's house. every foor years thereafter. To and stand him in tho breach. But to fight is too strong. The two The telegraph had begun in be eligible, and havo oat-m- ,.,,-- . the Prohibitionists have Neal races cannot dwell together in Washington and ended in New HdKt Akk for Himaeir. from State Board of Examination. Dow and St. John in the held, and unity." York twelve months before. In case of vacancy, County Judge Cutting added that he would Texas Siftinrs: From east to west was the ptl- two are more than a match Boy Mister, these shall appoint successor till next what time is it? for the plumed knight. The break bo satisfied with something less grimace of a life: from north to general election. No census shall was a voyage of discovery. ManYon Httlo rascal, you in the Republican ranks begins to than a half million dollars iiulem-isout- h be corrected after June 30th. asked me that question ouly two resemble a crevasse in a lower inly, though his trionds seemed the to like that sum. He also said Tun principal ; beauty of ..... minute., ago, and ,i:..: ti...t ... a..... Maxwell has been respited till do you ask apaiu I told you. What Mississippi Levee. ..."i- i.n that ho did not intend to be so mormon cnj;.-for! iuvv-buuiior uctoner. when it uufrrateful for tho kindness of thai woman doesn't have to get up the Captain Berry South is mysolt. jjmj i Hin't iMtlMgbthe will hang without) I'm askin' for American people as to go on alec-- j entire winter to build the kitchen candidate for this oilier little boy; nounccd t. he ilni.'f bi.nu.-xi- t taring tour among then. lire. Treasurer. w fl ! o If THE SITUATION thl 1 in. ........:.. restrict Coitl- - ...... I .W'""? - fr ij-r- Washington, Aug. 25. It is The Grpatpsr Pfn1inf KimIh f the'TcaW now claimed that tl.ero was con-- 1 MUiy 0i0S9 at Hand. ranee, on U hit-- Money spiracy back of the discharge of lists Keen Bet. j , Accounting Officer J.K1., of thel ., . Superintendent "OiBXaauer tjo invade Mar-nrlCoast Survey. Cant.Rarley in the early part of Thorn, in his letter noticing l'a-- ! Ilia 111 the Interpol" nf gin of his discharge, w.s frank this century bet 4.000 guineas he Turkey. enough to admit that since the adcould wan; ninety nines m nineminjournment of Congress ho was Russia's Attempt teen hours and twenty-twto Occunv utes. A half million dollars was him discharged. This able to have is thought to mean that so long as bet he couldn't walk 1,000 miles in Congress was in session it was j 000 hours. lie did it. New Yokic, Aug. 31. The Lou not possible for Thorn to accomA pedestrian named Raker once don correspondent of the plish this. As a matter of fact, walked 1,000 miles in twenty days, P.V when Chairman Randall, of the York Times cabled last niht .,c lil'tv miles a day, and to show ins I learn details 'stamina he accomplished seventy-- ; Appropriation Committee of the iouows: tlio world is likely to learn live miles on the last da. House, called on riiorn for esti-,o- f rom stont-- that have ex- mates last spring the latter went SOOM A chap named Curtis, in J5oi k" over tne ligures that were pre-- ' u,lt;u geat mien-s- i wimm a ft.w sliiro county, Mass., for a wager pared in former years under the days, the conclusion that my in- of a horse, ran lie miles in foity- corrupt management of Superiii- - formsiMt draws from it all is'th-i- t onc miuuies ami wound up the tendent IlilganI, when it was l,,e K'eatest war of tho century is raeo with a jump of eleven feet shown that something like $100,-- 1 c,ose 5lt 1,:U,,J- - To facts come i 6ix inches. l)!irt ,,0,n u gentleman who dined 000 per year had beon stolen. . .. '1M... :........ u.,....t.. . i An Fnglisman named Head wo ill .1 inrpn ini m wit H.ai Ii. II. FRKKMAX, Kiiltoti, Ky. flXJIMKIl. C. If. DOl'tiLA, Ex-Circu- it PLUMMER & DOUGLAS, TOE ALL- - , FREEMAN & CAMPBELL, j OREXOWttE.tlT n Attorneys at m 3LtWj practice in copartnership in Fulton county. ' All classes of aug20-6litigation will recoive prompt attention. AYill SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS of Coii'itrjr Produce that may be offered for ihij mem or biornue. Special altentio giten to WHEAT, APPLES, &c. Tor IV heal SackM rent, kept oh hrm4 W. B. tiSFOfiicv Wareliouse. at Netr Depot I"i wt lo-nig- h i FAftHfRft& xux- - -- J j j ' C. B. KINGMAN, DEALER .V- well'v Colfbrntoil uLlrtuminmnui r l'livirnl te , Tli rlr HOW Juit LOST, nil.Ii-hr- ., HOW n-- RESTORED Intvl-untar- ! n, w Scuiinal - - JnrriH.jrjrlt-itl.lulsriic- 1, Lm. lnr.riiv, l"iici)irTio, nlltloa of rlMmty on Xbm y minl WV.knr... IjtniTiNCT, Mrntkl b4 lnipv.Jimnlf to MrrU(r. or rcinal Id 4'Blvr Ir.rJul ntt Knttri trirlimli-- .'ll '""'" ""'' Hardware, Sl '3 inware, liIPI!iliTS. Old Sland ) j tlmt the iilarmini; ciUMtjarncr uf iflf. lUr ink) t W trtlirallr rur- -I ; oibilrig vut m ml f riiriincf Himiilo. crtxin. nu.l CrtiiT. Lt nimn. u whirlir.rrv .aff.rr. no ni.tt.r "Wt hU roiiililion lua.r 1). Diaj cure lilluirlf tlteaylT, pri- eiiiilli Srnt rartlc. author itrinun.tr.itr. from thirtj vr.rt' till. aitu!rM nai I'm, ! rxlra.a;Qc, A: pgecu-fi- ll rjj, ererj PABH xox- - && fOTlii. I.rrlure anl nrrj, man nnderx-ali, jfort-pu- J i ; i..ir-jioiiiieu- ii (Clintou Street, Cornian & Co ;- -- fish-hawk- er Irr., 'trttmi). Ail.lrr.-"THE ('ll,VKKr.l.I..HEDlfAt V., l Ann M., Xcw Turk, X. 1.; Ittt Offlw BI, iio. juiiHIjr . ia a pUia ertTtlnp, to may ! an rrfiit of four nt or tm I In the Id the Uud. hutlj of l' -- 1 anti-organizati- -- iVS""feSa.i3,g I have jierm.tnentlv, one of tlie fincit ukincn roolinR and tinning a Rjwcialty. Mono I wU not In.' undersold, cTcn in larger citis. 2Fe,r in the State, And J-- UDBBA.RD.M.D.. Ofiers his n IJTiS, c2ic. wi!l make proftionnl xervtres to the peo-jd- c of Hickman and vicinitv. toaTOtficc at the residence of Dr. 0. If. Hubbard. marlH , ut ht SALE AND LIVERY STABLE .T' A 4,,"' . ' Faris & 1 spCid-;journ- es . e, , e , - a a H8W LI?if? Street;-,- ) v o BUGGIES and HACKS. the staid, borit and rnlire outfit of W. 15. riumra r ne propose to continue the businris, and is solicit pnlronageHOUSES, KKEl'S sale KENTUCKY STRKET, constantlj on hand Parker, fr kir Ilaring purchased I - . (Corner of Jackson and Keatucky W. DTESTELBJ1INK ;.-- suiiii-iiiiiuiiii- v ' "re-cate- r, HICKMAN, - .. KENTUCKY, Family Groceries. Zlne, btyli-- h I - ""'lta ' J UST OI'EXKI), THKMS rc.i-onah- le. withjnew STOCK, nut and ttit lUtnupice ilifited. KKiS for hire. W. G. KINGMAN. ocir.0-l8S- o "VfO spice lo name all articles, bnt no JN trouble to "how pooila. andome and nee, nt tho corner of Tfor nnd Moscow Avenue. East Hickmrn, lif ? ........ "i;" a 11 , j E1CKMAN MARBLE WORKS A.rii-iiltitfu- .- HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERSOP & CO. 'KC. HICKMAN, KY. j ; .n. ? I ,., ..n.-..,;- i - i,i;ii --- - j ei- . Ta , do-feate- e i ;. --a - ri I L.t rr I 1 ! S3 g: lrhC ji i :...j . i.rCTfinja.ii)'..T.n--Yrai-- S3Z tni mit'v-- L . t!Z:axn.aftici DEALER- 15 jusswsmssmB mm. Italian and American MONUMENTS, STON ES. ren-ivi-- Marhi.b TOMB AND GRAVE w iyJu.jr-ir. y w t I HAVING ltaliu Maillc, tic r pred to fill all orders. Call and txa 1 6:if lot of An.t ur work Orders from the country promptljr m ft -' - ..' a l.sl-gari- Hickman IScntuclw .- j "i - F. 10. JSI) , CASE, IS VKAUF.U $. W. COWG1LL, DE ALEK Family cM!t Groceries; ALSO. IN No-ther- -- of H.'hinj; Tackle nn.l HupplicM, at a bar aiu. lirncerivit nri'i ranulr htipj.Iie-- . ceo Net, Seine-- Line, Hook, X . .. ami ali'kiuJ DRUGS, PATENT BjT i Trusses ZllUaftp-- ' till - cha-tiseme- AND Ci XEW FIRM. CRLISLt & LATTUS U7nnn as-dors- T'. . Fkv&jli riiv55r.r'Sl i Abissinal llA-ITSTT- Supoorts MEDICINES A.IsTX TOILET KRTICLES v.uvv ... tu.nvnum mii m mmmiimm i -- S i- indict-democrac- jfisrxi J n ,',. m y- rr . - w ryjy Jinjrfjyi m 5awKSftiwcgs&jwtiKL--.l i WWS3S.lMW?KSirr e tf XXW9PMXFSLi?zJi vv.s?. r-3 . w, &C, &C, &C. mm aw 52 rmmmMym xox All kind, of Farm Matfcinerjr. Plow, Inii.lfiiifnK. aKtui. &c. .W..l .. short notice nnd woi kmniilike iv Wagon., r. niaje ttk orjer. niar5 XtS-Ne- i.Bir. to-nig- &c, &c, &c. ,. CfiTl're.-criptio-n s fdlel at any hour,dy or night. King night bell after mamwwMKrmamm "in ShfdBfial'aoSSS a i i n"- -- Groceries. 25cts Lover llian the Lowes t hure no clerk expenses no itore res nnd pay enh for all ray Groecritt, aad hcrefore can doll na cheap as thp ebrap it. lien brands of Wiltenberj: nnd Loa i .aa. OM.awi 10 o clock r. M. ! TURE! . I t.ar Flour, '2o cents cheaper than the law JOHN WITTING. r0WT0 We SAVE IjONEY. tobacco ua ! grades of are Wholesale lleaihiuarters tor al h, j We arc ofTorinc all grade of Plain, Medium and Fine FURNITURE, at greatly re diiced priced. Wo enrrv a fU lineal all times, of Chir. Honkers, plain and mnrblc s. Wanlrobei, Chamber S'tOIaUru'i-ei.- , Spring, Kc top Table Hureaus. ami we guarantee our price to 1 the lotcttt. Intelligent investigation pay, therefore wc invite your investigation of our good.. We are hcsilipiarlera on WaMi-stand- chswie, and will job to tlealert ouly al Factory price; aUo the Dental Scotch, and Sn.srior Scotci Sniff, the be st iu the market. We also kep constantly on hand a choiee election of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and Fruits, which we will sell very low for the cash. Please call and see us. mm cms I UNDERTAKERS' GOODS, carrying the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Hurifil Cases of any firm in West Tennessee" or Kentucky. Wc discount all competition in this line. Repairing nnd Job Work a specialty. BSTStore Rooms under City Hall. i a lnrt Ro-,,ucre- ,v STEPHENS & MAXWELL. fjulyiij FUQUA & DeBOW. a Saddlery aijd Harness 11 "irau"u EETHE'SSAL00N. A PJLEASAXT . set-',1,- ItESOKT. Ci- d a a -- anti-slaver- y FRESH BEER constantly on tup. gars and Tobacco, of the best brands. Patronage solicited. dot 14-- tf y. - A a V s 9 S tT a FRITZ SCiJROEDErT FASIIIOAAItl.K BOOsuND April. & All persons indebted to the estate of John C. Maddox. deceased, are respectfully notified to call on the undersigned and settle, Jackson St.. opposite Courier Office and pave costs, and any persons holding HICKMAN, XT. claims against the estate are notified to present the same properly proved up. WELL selected stock of Saddle aad W. J. MADDOX, Adm'r Harness. Jfew work made to order. of John C. Maddox, dee'd. Prompt attention given to aagl3-4- t AtlminlNlrnlor'N Notice. PLUpER FARRIS, - - A old-sha- ll s. miles from HickSHOP. North Wet corner of Moscow man, on Dyereburg road. For terms, &c, and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky., call on A. W. DAVIS, Q?"3atisfrtction guaranteed. It on premises. aog-7-- ma un Ar LAW freezes and that well known and excellent work, One of the best Stock Farms in the counParrim, ty, best improved, and best range in the man, Uncle Bobgood and which of itself Is a guarantee of faithful work. county, one quarter of Farm lor Sale. nter dries, 4 of any kind. BEFAIKI5G Iio has secured the service section, water never apr24 J. F. a C. L. HANDLE. Agent ATTORNEY Collector, Real Estate HICKMAN, KY. " - an-Sta- to J 19" Will attend promptly toallbusl ness entrusted him in Southwesteri Kentuchy and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention gWen to the investiga tion of Land titles, and the purchase I" jan8 sale of Beat Estate. And get your Blacksmithing and general FOR SALE. Kepairing done at 200,000 feet dry Cypres Building dfe and Fencing Lumber. Also, 100,060 CypreM Shineles. (Corner of Obion and Extkamg Strerts,) BOXDURAXT&DREWRY. marls HICSMAN, STO Rock-bottom GSAY. J. C. PARTLOW. J. 7. GB..7 Oool Work at mottn. mar2S-t- f COS., IT. All kindi of Groceries haras, sides, &c as cheap as the cheapeet. I will not be undersold. J0HN wixxiNa LOWER and LOWER. t Prieee. & 0r specialtT.'i lr9IILli WORK aGRAY CO. JOHN F. i r?' iu V c kttlfic- t 5K J m r -- , v ..liv-J- K. is i&HL Sl y Wk "3 Pv1 f5gggagyy-- r . - & JjjK "!W IWJBI IWIMJilMJrittWaMWfyW CLOTHING! J CLOTHING! WE I A. "R- - T?1 Otir line of Men's, Youth's, Boj'a anil Children's Clothing, is complete in every rcspec', and cannot lie surp.it ed anywhere W are showing everything new in imported Worsteds, Corkscrews, Widcwales, 1'UiJs, Cassinieres, &c , at the very lowest OUE FIRST NOW PTOCBAS ,jBs?jw2A, viira i ! iOIi SHOES I prges. in 'set Eb-.&3i- $i?Pfc fed 11 Bv3 ik3 LH fell 'JPI) tf8?Fs$S8 r! VSS&A VdiWO r IP l'an, SPECIAL ATTENTION called to our Children's SuDs, with knee oi which e liave a very large line i','fii ? Wo mil r'.'Mnl ftttcntinn (n nnr ISnu nf Shoes, which we claim to I the but in tht nml -- ...... mnrlrl nml for dlir.ihilitV i fit- " rnmfi.rf. ....... ... thev cannot be e j.celled. We carry a ful line of SCHOOL SHOE. hmdrtrtt rclitMi viii will i(a wilt In nTttiiin buying elsewhere. Our price are the very jk.'riD ' s nnr"i7"3:Biza,Ei jSLitf & tt Tlie most severe eartluiuake t'srftiiC 4 ojiri iVoct'fcIing'. HAS- - DuU.lA HOIIJKT IMJIOLA1. A'w.i."jy.:H.iv..vmj.m.-felt in this section, perhaps .since The attornet for cnnteiiantSi DOUGLAS BROS.. ifcu, occurreii Tuesday nilit, in the Tow ell and Cheatam FOR CONGRESS. about i) o'clock. In- fact . .. . ease de.sircil to file a motion for si tlm We Rri ftlltlmrirPil in nnnnnnr.i Tf.m i. New Grocery and Bakery, YO0 .i:.:.. . UIMIIICL MIUCIvS WtTC ICIl 111 HICIv- - new trial with their reasons, to .' W j.oiy.iD . .1 uaiuiuiie r. reciCC-. - nwimuo, OllleOI, Willi t?l. lor . n ii. T CTIIVP an i..n..i . r.JJi.V-- , man, me lirsi one insMiijr l.ctwceil liou to Congress. Subject to the action or ruilu:,,L"' sCCUllly; the filing of which attorneys for ' (.1 the Montgomery Stimh) pr, County Clerk with J. A. '!-- ' 30 andtO seconds, the first one proponnders of the will objected, the Democratic puny.x y lis and IT. L Taylor, seeuriios. actually rocking houses, house because Hon. J. K. AVill keep a general aBortment of FamHendiicks ily (irocerieo. Confectioneries, i!ic , and Xow isihe time to kill squir 1,0,h1 approved; Joshua Na.'l)r, furniture, jingling the bells, &c. who presided on the trial, Inning baker. Goodrt keep employed a rels, one man killed 27 in one day- - f0""" Judge, with W. T. Joo- - Tliis earthquake, from telegraphic gono home; and Hon. A. V. Hsles alt frfih and new, and will not be uniler-ol"an and JI. Kdmiston, securtes, reports, was felt in every part of being elected in his stead, the, , juucS5 Mroveil; 1. S. Muttcll, the United States, in some places held the motion could onl, be fib il2fr:boml qua!flcl as Count, Attorney noislightlv, but in Others far ed or heaid tho Jiwlgu who 1SSG. Let everybodj attend. bond required; W. J. WtnsicsuM Breater violence than in Hickman. tried the case.ly A ery bpirited A.. jV. Mr. W. 15. Cheatham and wife w Constable of District X6. r, Charleston, South Carolitia, and critical legal discussion fol 'PHYSIDAN AND SURGEON, for Judgesona, Ark.fi wit!l - W. Meadows and J. V. pears to have been tho central lowed by the attorneys, but the Wyt"N securities, approved; J. point of the shock, and it is re- - court decided to permit tho paKENTUCKY where they will hereafter reside, j HICKMAN, THE -- rpcus ousiaine ui uis- - ported mat great damage was pers to be filed. " his Professional Services to HenJudge Thev must and will go regard tnet . o. 4, with It. C. Everett, se-- , FOR PITCHER'S dono in that citv and vicinity, as dricks will be called upon to re- V the citizens of Hickman and vicinity less of cost, the remainder of our in n v, iioud approved a j an 10- -' 80 jew btub. many as sily people being killed, turn at the next tern i ot this comt spring and summer stock of pry blelield, F. P. Wall and T. M. houses tumbled down, S:e. At to pass upon the merits of t lie (inods. Now you can get good French, were qualified as deputy Hickman tho waters of the Mis- motion. Goods very cheaj . County Clerks. CBKTRAIi ACABEttlf. sissippi wero agitated like the State vs. James Seals, false J. Amberg's Sons. passing of several steamers. swearing. The idea of "not guiiang20-3- t MiraeiiloiiH i:icnie. t.,' was entered, and the follow- ADKLI.E AIJ.KN, Principal, re i ' rlitnn ' "'"f1r . "'"'"VMcr, A Wrecked Wly. J. T. Uranham and .iiDt AEE .wlthl. In. .nT.nn. s.ri hin'CtfuUy announces that Hie regu i'g jury was empanneled to Ha :M! ISs Mrs. Sarah J. Mason, ot Umon Air. Lnni Pit. narinni.i.Randolnhrn. "i The earthquake of Tuesday the ease: John Osiulcv. M. (' " . i " r Is tho most lar I.lll henMOII 01 UOS lUMHIIUOU will r'A... Centaur Lliiitncut iiy, sneui. several uavs m our ind , was a long sufferer with tonsump- - night, the same felt in Hickman. Hi..i.-m-en re .inin. v..Hiii.nc w i With the bes! selected, the irrcatcst variety of stock in Hickman, the co ill in .1III.MIAV, Af:r.vr 30, I SMI. troiiriorful I'aiii-Curi,y- - ;vas SL'-f"",town during court. tearfully disastious at Patterson. Joe I'oyner.' W.isou , ew Their prices an below any comiietition. (We all .preacli low prices.) iorld has over known. She will have audi compe tent asiitants Charleston, South Carolina, be- - Ilamb, Bruce Henry, J. T. Casbi-dy- , lUUOl lACAZ JllllPml f.. Jltftr. PJ1I1 D;.n.-a- . P.,n..,t;nn nn.l in Literarv Denarimenl as nay be needed, iJitt jttt lrop ii and ee for yourself, and you Avill be convii cetl that tvo t rgyi'y-.'r-TTT1011 citizens I "COM 0) IXXlii being 15. L. Ward, II rain ICdmiston, lO rmilllid fit f, .a..ak..'&j as TlTTr- hiiviinf it nf i , Tn cir mnnth' tinirt ch VTT?TTr . Claxs will be in charge of are giving youfacts. ..w... J " nin! the Mii-ii,j walked to this city, a ilutance of iix , uuki s ami of the pn J)ae Thomas. Albert Honor. At mile. kHIi-iIStork. an experienced and thoroughly qualified Those who Lave done themselves the injutiee of buying before calland is now mi much improved she Jus quit aie residences rendered unin torneys for the Commonwealth,! teacher. WILD URN'S Judge Caswell Dennett, the umug ii. nie leeis owes nei me io n. ing at our ston would do well to bear theac facts in mind. habitable. The hoi rots of the Crossiand and Mttrrell, and II. A. Supreme Judge elect from this Free Trial littles at C. A. Holcombe's earthquake were added to by a Ta let "Xo trouble, jut a pleasure, for us to show and price you our goods for defence. After hearr ......... CO no District, takes hisollice next Mon- Drug Store. ) i Miliary l Big bargain, in all departments. Come and see. number of fires destroAing a num- me evidence and unci argument day, the Gth. Intermediate..... ber of houses. It is impossible to 1A' counsel, the jury leturned the La cltil Jtlwl.,) The special delivery stamp " Advanced Married, in this county, Aug. auer ine nisi day ot uotouer i describe the horrors of the situa- following crdicl: Wo the jur IIICKUAX, KY of 10 months 20dys in month. tion. The town of Summerviile, find the defendant guilty, and ol, ISat). I)A CountA Judge, Joshua to apply to eveiy sjiecios of j.t-I hve the best Baker, and m.iko better, Mr. G. F. JJuius to Miss1 able matter to w'hicli it is nflked, and other points in the.ame state his punishment at coniine " " Bre.id, (larerloaveu.) whiter and aweeier Angeline Moore. in the suflered smiilaily in killed and inent at hard labor in the peniten-tia- r ,and to every post-oflie- e DR D. BEATTY, than jny Bakery in the city. Fresh wieeked The public for one jear. II. C. neck-ma- Hreado"hand all Ihe time. Atmi, IceWe now offer Clothing for',171"1611 j51"1'8- - A,!.v pniKe or wait with houses. anviely for will XASIV YEARS EXPERIENCE, fearful full cream, lenionade. and a choice lot of Con- - DESII5T, 0? I'oi eman. after the date meutione.l, less money than ever before, in w llbnni t details of this terrible calamity. Cream Bread "t is now located in The ease of the PiiiiinrinuMiltli fettioPtfie order to make room for oar Fall IOM w,,,tJ, tho s)Ccl!l1 t?" CPllt WILLWILBl'RN. ' ys. P. O. Johnson charged wilhi dive mta- call. livery stamp appers, in addition ,.;.. II I V K m 1 X . K Y. tnl3' """ to . " O .i TaxeN! TitM'Nl! grantl larceny, came up last Mon the regular postage, will be de Sl'ECIALT Y. saving NATURAL ni:.vi.t:n bmt, at cost. livered within an hour after its All persons who hive not paid their !lA the defendant entered a plea TBET1 1; Treating UiMrased and HLKEI) J. Amberg's Sons. reception at a post-oflieto any taxes for the present year, will please come of "not glliltA," and the following! Muneysavrd i" money made. A houe-ho- IN(i GUMS; ARTIFICIAL TEETH made aug20-3- t necissity, DavidsonV Patent Coffee in the most approved style. D.lS-STP- S, coi DRUGS, FAINTS point within one mile of the jiost-otlic- iWl.i.niii nun aTC iniiuini i uncc, as i ara jurr .. was i'ip:iiuieled: W. F. Da i wn mi Twenty .mii'ii ji.i Olbee, in 'he Roaster, lr Combination Vcel. The election of a member of , I . II. It , . illlanis, per cent&i cash .avel to you beside the llll cut il MONTGOMERY RIWI HENCE, .. ., .. . irinci.- . ,. r the State Hoard of Equalization Kknti-- i ky Stkeet. U.S. Mo, W. J. Graham. Sam purityiug your coffee The i will call iiu- vn use" jhc c; JSfiC lata: occurs in jsovembor, this year, sin eii iin uro. Trout, Mai tin Summers, W. T. on yon at your homes; or yu ran see it July :$o. Mr. D. I.Wilcoxson, of HoreCave, Ky., the same time a member of ConHouse, in Hickman, Ky. at die Hickman Judge W. W. Robertson, and Roper, Geo. Threlkeld, Clms. - PRESCR IPTTOXS CARL F J l f. I COM 0 USD EDI fiajs he was, for iianvear?, b.vllv jfllicted gress is elected. Jno. llelew. Haiey J. with Piithiiic, aNo Diabetes; the pains Mr. II. F. Hawkins, ha o entered C'rosslnnd and Muirell for We have received a nice lot ' w'cre nlnio-- t unendurable and would conic into partnership for the practice times ulmnst throw lnm into convulsions. ol law in the courts of tho 1st Ju- the State, II A. Tjler for defei. Pleated-bosoof fine Shirts. He Electric Hitters and got mZLt&LZx c3. y-iJudge Robert- tlaut. After hearing the teslimo-in'- , They are beauties, and made to fit. from iried bottle, and afier taking rixrelief dicial District. xinu first botCapt. Tler submitted the case son's ability as a lawyer is well J. Ambkuos Sons. tles, was entirely eured and had gained in known ami established; while Mr. to the jui'A askiug them to be a. aug20 3t eigh'een pounds. Says he pc4itiv-ellelicvf.s he would hal it no't Hawkins, is a oung man of ery easy as tlu could on account of Miss Lou Diestelbrink, who been for the relief have d died, by Electric fine legal and literary ability. Mr the bad health of his client. The attends Dr. Price's school; and Bitters Sold at fifty clnts a bottle by C. Hawkins propo.-e- s to locate in J'lO' failed to agree on Monday DEALER IS 'Miss Nannie Warren, who attends A HoIcon.be. . Hickman. ThU firm will take and were placed in custody of the Ward's school. Nashville, Tenn., front raulr in tho profeasion at sheriff until TiicsiLi.v.morninr. OOKS, STATIONERY, and Schcol Supplies. DHUtJS, MEUICINM Y. 53. i A. left Tuesday, the schools opening Toward noon the' returned iiTtff Fancy GOODS. TOYS, and PICTURES, once. ,.- .- BIypSES, PAINTS, 0115, AYlliS and LUJUOIW, tor Medical Kept. 1st. ca ne. court with the following verdict. Will meet in the Meliodist ' !l x Friday Nathan Tarver "We the jury find the defendant A few Fans. Parasols, Gloves, church, Snndav afternooil at I AGEKT FOE THE AUEXTS FOR THE FOLLOWIXG COMPANIES: of Luke county, Tenn., while out guilty as charged, and li his punand Misses' Straw Hats on hand o'clock. Sal.ie'et for sliot-ity- . ishment at LS mouths at hard layet will close out at cost. Call 'The general benefits of Chnsiian- - ' hunting with a doublo-haire- l TBXSD A2TD accidentally shot himself, tear-Judg-e bor in the pcuitcntiut'A, signed and its iiromises." leader, and git a bargain. W. F. Daie, Foiemau. ' '"O. L. Randle. F eibod -' the large muscle off the front T!PNI of Ilirf,rd. Cnn ; IANCMIIRE. Manchester, England; HARTFORD, J. Ami:ergi5 Sons. . HartfonV, Conn.; INSURANCE LOMPANV OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, ic, aug20-3- t 'cordiallA imite.l. In theiiand's nf Ids left arm between the shoul-ii- f found over Powell's Grocery"tottend night calls. R. L. AIOORF, can You can buy a watermelon in Jud.ro Ranille- - the Biihiri-- t lorider and elbow. Tarer had set AS1 THE Tho Mint povere onrthtiHike discussion will be ablv hitidled.i the gun down by a log. and m I'lorida a yaul long for twenty-fiv- e telt in this soction, perhans since nml tlmsp wlm rpneiin nmv will taking it up, struck tiic iinmmcr cents, but tho doctor's bill, Hie MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW An. v. J811, occurred Tuesdaj' niglr miss ai eloquent, intere.tiig and agatu.sU the Ill"' discharging the frame length, will cost you about Jtio11jIjI-lIBIji!E.Y.S.V.H). gun. about t) o'clock. It lasted about instrti 'five discourse. Grncr, U Moore Landruiu'a Drug Store. 30 seconds, rocked hoiiac furniA. . Davis. Rec'v. A ditlictilty occurred last ture, &c. .Social. I ...... ...... Lake CountA", Tenn. ItlllilinV . Inilrn Kilt) I.hl'lflMV in:... T,.nn..n .....i r: llO- - The niot charming event of the seison, ., noes. c nonn x,1 ,.....,.... in ine worniior i.uis, " 1 1 ": ... "est .aive t'licao ..n.. .. v wai .the entertainment " rHliocs. w e hae yet a tew Ii-- 1 Brui.. Sore., Fleers Salt itheun. Fever1 Jones, in which the latter was cut "allaut youn gentlemen tendered by the of dies and Children's Shoes, which, Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains several times with a knife. It an- - the young Indie of this place, Hickman to V on Tuesday we will sell for leSS thai! half their Corn, and all Skin Eruplion?,nd posi pears that Jones assaulted Terrell evening last, which prned a decided suc ' lively cures 1'iles, or no pav reqnred. It first cost. rellected credit ou ii'.s or'iritia- Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware latter used his Uliiff. .. is Amkerg's SCN.S. or guarantee! to eive perfect satisfaction, JIwhen the n.rlv g.isn in one situoi . J. lno"P, an 'prompiu aiiair. ami which are ottered at ONF FK1 E, and that the very lowest the market enttiiwr an money rctumled. Price -- o cent! per ho.. )e (re,,arations Iir;t.f it was COIUi,tej iu nug20-3- t For sale hy C Ax Holcomhe J one's neck, leaving tho wind pipe tne most approved manner, and apprecia justittcs. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. almost bare, and cutting several ted to the inmoit hy ns recipients In " Hon. Clint Kandlc presides ' (o "" 7. each one lho f'lowS larties have other places on his hands and factreuderiug eemtd to ie with the other vith much dignity over the Hick-- ' the occasion pk'.a-.iin and man court. lie' is one of tho ecn sllteml"'f--r 0,' Circuit Court arms. delightful. T ITS ot Fulton: WU135CE CAX I K3JY A SUITAKliK sister town finest judges of law Kentucky omT Ilefrcshments were in tistc BtKAIf. VAU'K? Hoband Alf Taylor, the bio h- - perved in the intervals of good dance and A. A. Ilaynes and c,pmJ". To the ever had, and he will give univer- - V i;iu;jiiiei, .ui.sfr j.uiniii, .i. i. duui er candidates lor Governor of several of tho young ladies present, it wa. aa sat sfact on. IHnoiiiomnir Before deciding thi question we invite you to examine the beauti- " bletield, J. I Morris, M. IX, ,v. 15. lennessee, are to have a joint dis-- the lasi pportumty 10 pariiciaie in a Some men would grumble if, Whayne, M. D.. and dancriitcr t""SSion at Union City on Oct. S. FixniiarbCeiie lor some tune, mid tlie re- - Jul and yarietismt-iv- . menibcred joy aim iiriglit recollcciion of iiica nan to swanow a mucilage Miss Leila, M. L. McDade,R. S. The tram leaving Hickman at Tuesday evening will he treasured up, as , bottle, and therefore we arc not Murphy, Frank ISrizendine, City 10:2.) a. in., will put excursionists n sweet reminder of the diys to come, snrpriscd'ut the boys who grum- Marshal, W. T. Carr. P. W. Mott. in Union City in amplo time to when we hope to have gained somewhat ia ble about the bed lings at Ilick-ma- n J. P. Tyler, II. D. Murphy, Win. 'hear the discussion and return on knowledge and experience, thereby fitting old taml. has an endless va.iety of new store, Funn it l)e7ow u more tully for the true enjovmenu of at occupying the greater por- Winston, E. C. IJeed, McLane, the 4 p. m. train. Fancy Stationery, Papctcrie-- , of all styles and finish, Pens, J5ooks and life tion of their bed. Boomerang. M. D., Win. Meacham and lad. Lap Tablets, Album., Gird Gises, Girds, etc., ifcc, The young 'adieu were attired becoming-l- y Pencils Port-folioj Mr. dies. C. Smith, of that and in good taste, ml impreSieJ the and Toys in endless variety. As soon as a few hundred live, enterprising dry goods house beholder, as only youth, beauty and PRICES GEATLyIeDBCED ! dollars more have been raised, the of Smith, rJlison & Co., is absent freshness cm xoxpreliminary survey of the new We arc now ofiering balance of in the Eastern cities, purchasing The gentlemen looked their beat in conrailroad from Xewbern to Hick- jotiriinmen-- e stock of Spring Dress their fall and winter goods. Look vention al suits of black. T T T. ESTDrawines, Plan, full specifications an to everything needed furnished, and man, will be commenced. Pre- To one and ull we extend our heartfelt Lock and Key jobs solicited m cost accurately calculated. w lhanks. iminary surveys do not always Lillr nnt tn, wr. M.r nx. , . " w-, ..v iv.,;i.i M NAn n k.i ;. i. : :., Those present were as follow: wc are leaders on Dress Goods, vou .Miss AlatUe laylor, fcudd Uodds. An exchange remarks very we hope it may. Boomerang. Kate Kmguiin; Joe Welch. can form some idea of tlicimmen.-- e truthfully: 'Tis wrong to cheat ISf Tlio Kail Scslori will comim uto Nannie Warren; V. (.. Kingman. the baker out of his honest dues; :The now revenue ' law as pass- bargains wc arc ottering. May Underwooil; Clint Ellison. ed by tho Legislature.-'- last session 'tis worse to beat the cobbler who Al.KX.VNlJER & Ma.VVVKL,!,. Carrie Scott; Billie Uodds. KONBAY, AtTGlFST 30, 2$ 86, mends your boots and shoes; there goes into effeSt on the of Carrie Rama'e; Harvey Eulnger. Coiunicncvs i Ami Continue Four Moiitln. Spring Julia Knj;in; Hob Ihichanau. September. If it does not disThe Southern Exposition maA bo pardon for the wretch 1, Lou Diestelbrink; Ld Ellison. who steals yonr wood and coal. appoint its friends the revenues opened at Louisville Saturday KOKDAY, JAKUAUY 3, J6ST, Mena Dicstlebrink; Will Hultztr. of the State will be largely in- with imposing ceremonies. Thqie' ln.lt tMo n,an who cheats a printer Alattie Itobinnoo; Ilicb Goalder. Au-Contiiiiii" Kip .Motitli". creased. was a grand street parado of all will surely lose his soul. C. U. Landrum and wife. J. K. Mi!ie and wife. rnnr-military, fire department, poTho of stuily, IticlmliiiK tlmroni jrltnnry ork m Knsh1i "jranclir?, Mntliemattc, Latin, A. Choice nn.l C.ilitliciikJ. nt of Family the force and citizens, and the JJiTtk, tlio Nntunil Sciences, Kluciitiiiu. renin inMtip, Marion Goalder; Tom Dillon. lice 1 KirciI atteiitlon is dcvotcil ti tlio iiroijration of tmlHiiN for college, ami juuug men for Luiuen. Sedgewick, tho special Groceries always in stock, and houses and streets generally dec- Viola Goalder; Geo. Uartlett. to Mexico, telegiaphs to Washing Allie Dodds; Ilonry Cowgill. sold as low as auy house. orated. At noon the exposition ton, mat ttie sensational report Hettie Uodds; E. C. D.incy. Aaimerg's Sons. J. Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States. of 18SG was inaugurated with the of the Chicago Times, relative lo Carrie Wallace; Alf McUaniel. atig20-3- t TUITION firing of cannon, the ringing out his conduct, is utterly and abso-lutel- y Liiz'e Gurdner; Jitn Dodds ..S 3 (XI OFFICE AT COURT-UUSE,) Lizzie Goalder; Will Ilain.igc ' Primary l'm'Hs per month.... Tho now revenue bill increase of bells aiid blowing of whistles false. i 111 inicrmeiiute, Mrs. Alollie I'rather, Dick Moore. ' " AilianecJ all over the city. ..5 00 IHIIQ-f-TVLAJaprO the price of marriage licenses SZ."3T. then-bond, LOCAL NEWS. ivextec. sl: iktsikctiom, di icrwri. Try our Shoes oner, and yoxt trill ire xr others. nt CO ta The following officers filed where bonds wcreTe- i quired by law, and took tho cat" ot olliec last Mondavi A: U. ... ..r t ' TTs.1 ...... o . ...... JDOIST'T TILI. i.i HAVE REACHED STOP A DQXJ AFuTEPLS FOR OLD KELIABLE fir.it-cl- a d. t7i?itn?,rM0iM 4 fcyj SJ DR. FARIS LjOW '"' Prices! i ;i.t. IPLWBB0S.&GO. STILL IN THE RING, - I a. ?'! "JCJAff -- or . K- I - m t o I two-tlnnL- !Ukh m wmm .............. " Ses-sio- ( mail-Baylo- r, as-es- s 3 j ,!ci n. Bros.,rdb Oo. THE OLD RELIABLE lPlsio.1; CI14S. A.DOLOOAIBB, i i!.ii-vm.i.nr- .. 7 7 j i e , e. t i- - t I HldlR x ii x ajrt-n- Ja-idsoAt-woo- C- d. r m , i INSURANCE. LITE AHS l!e-,- h , afib-de- , mm IMIHI, DRuaaiST i j X am 'st H&NDR'UM. & DAVIS,- ''' TIME PIB.B TESTED. W.1I1TE SEWING MACHINE PRESOEIPTIONS A'SPECIALTY. , -- ...-.. - J I m -- . i ... 1 I iv-ii.- n j bna ilUIMi TftTr SHJLli il -- nt 'r IZ:.m3T ROOFING A SPECIALTY., i 1 i J. D. MILLARD & SON, KEISTTUCKY. (IRS. -., j JENNIE GARDNEP-- Architects. Builders -- Cant factors, i j I v.-.-- "i -- -- .wii l 1 fe.QQla M-t- rr 11 11 T. M. FRENCH, 14-t- 11 ililfl n Amni Sr o Iio(ik-K-iiii- Fire, Lib, Marine and Accident. O I It fr Ki ti t tit? Those contemplating matrimony this fall can save half a dollar by Laving the knot tied within tho next week. A team of horses owned by Walter Kingman, and being used at his livery stable, became frightened near the 11. 11. depot and ran away last Saturday. While going at full speed one of them struck a stump and was instantly killed. Hugh aL Saunders is lo start a paper in a few days at Bardwell, the county seat of the new county, Carlisle. .Mr. Saunders was the editor of the Fulton .Index for a number of years. Ho is a writer of considerable ability and chuck full of energy. '- $1.50 to 82.00 after Sept. loth. s ' " fYff4sInkv '" testimony ill Dr. S. K. Davidson, announce, that will be in Hickman from the 17th to the) I,ie "ocuery murder case, on a I D -I I of August, for the purpose of practi-- . motion to admit Mrs. DockerA' to cing Jus profession. He ha3no new meth- - bail, but no decision up to hour ou9 or untried theories, but comes with goin"- to press. IK HI I II U Mil iii,iMire u.im uu me 01a lesieu iiinaa-menprinciples. Refers to those for whom he has done work. Have your work fflarrled, dope before your teeth are lost, and while In Union City, on Wednepday evening. IT IS THE SIMPLEST I prices are low. Sept. 1, in the Methodist church, by Kct. IT IS THE STRONGEST I J. E. Beck, Mr. Dan Beckham to Miss THE MOST DURABLE Merchants and jobbers say Sallie Cheatham, daughter of Jas. Cheat AND THE BEST. the signs of the times point clear- ham. ly to a revival in all branches of The bride and groom are great favorites It is the only SEWING MACHINE in the in Union world that turns either forward or trade this fall and winter. Tho Hickman, City society, and equally bo in and are surrounded by evcrv backward and still continues lo labor troubles are over, tho gov- condition to make their future life heppv sew in the same direction. ernment is calling in bonds, the and prosperous. capitalists are loosening ho purso They werethe recipient ot a large memstrings and confidence has been, ber of wedding presents, consisting of siU Be Sure You Ses It. Before 7ou Bu?1, jewelry, &c. They were to leave in a measure, restored. Tucso'ure a bridal some of the reasons given for tho Thursday morning for cities, to betrip to Minneapolis, and other J. C. WEAUN, Agent, absent anticipated rovival in business. about one mouth. aug. 20 Hickman, Ky. Dentistry. Circuit Court was I. it hel?u"( tal An!.. "vu"? X J enaed PAYABLE MONTHLY IN ADVANCE. ii, 135, tf Royal SL John 0 HirnMix, Kr., July J. O. TAYLOE. Q( It. T. TTLEK, Frcst. II. BUCHANAN, V". Frcst. It. L. ALEXANDER, CaiJt, of mm HICK MM CAPITAL, iy i D) lUViLHAi, KY. la ii 850,000. t i UNDERTAKERS ana MOSCOW, lOr,, UKIOK CITY, TBMT,, Manufacturca and keeps constantly on hand, a full supply of Being regularly organized and ready for biifinep, we respectfully solicit the pntronaf All coUlections made for depositors free of cliaige. Approved COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES, Orders by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention. A full line of Ladies' and Gents' Burial Robeson hand. Piclure Frames made to order. Old Furniture made new. Wc manufacture Cannon's Bile Ointment, Liniment and Chill .Ve.licine. No cure no pay Wc expect to handle Furniture, Buggies, &c, o on, and will take orders for them "now. junclS paper running three or four mouths, discounted at the rate of per cent, per annum ver-war- e, T)TJEl,2ij)TOttS. M. ALEXANDER.. - - .j. CHAS. BALTZES. If. BUCHANAN. GEO. B. THRELKELD. W. C. J0HN80N, L. L. UNDERWOOD. y $$" 'JP? 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