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THE I lJ higkMn " --- s; - n ., try Einejob-Printii- ig f. i if h 4 :,fl 1 t , next door to City HalL LJ1 -- '"SB TT. COURIE FR! nAY. SEPTEMBER AN :yc In Those ISIrd-t t With Neatness and Dispatch: -- ' .:. ,. . f ' -, Jill - - . A.r.E 3ZXIXS, ENVELOPES, LaTTEB-HEAaiLIi-HCEjA.ID- S. D .;.' c- OKOROR WARREN, Editor. The Oldest NeMgggrin Western Kentucky. ' . i ft irrviT.A.TibNe; 10. 1886. MUCK OF SUBSCRIPTION. 81.50, CURRENT TOPICS. Ctttix'o offers to settle with Mexico for ?"""",U0O. ESTABLISHED 1S59. DAKK WAR CLOUDS J-- l KJKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, -- gpCK y, T I VOE moTiS: ,s vt "Boost" ETC., ETO. OAZiXi AJITt If- - a trilling I? A "N'kw Yohkkk offers fivo for oiil magazines. A Lutheran prosolytizer bas been expelled from Russia. AcvrcuvnEu four feet long is ou cxkibi-tioat Warterloo, Iowa. The latest Chautauqua discovery Is freshwater singes iu the lakes. Iowa is larger than Ireland by about eight bundled square miles. Kskland, nccordingto latest reports, bas 0,000 more women than men. Astrologers are about to pick out a wife for the Emperorof China. A Philadelphia beauty lately dazzled Saratoga with :200,000 in genu. - CABoqrlPO p.iyms climb to ,tbo top o n IOWA'S CURIOSITY. The Gre.it UV11 Still I'lowlng. aul KmirU I to I'Iiiji It I'rovo Unavailing. Again Gathering Over the Nations Belle Plain, Ia., Sept 5. Tho great well cents a pound of Europo. 1 still flows. For a short time last eveningit Ttuvd.i Looms up as tho Arbiter SEVEN CREMA1T A Sickening Calamity in sylvania Town.! Itoastcil Allvn III Thole llil Story of n Kailroail SL-n- ill S i-1 DESOLATION. Charleston. -- ISSUE BADLY WANTED. n, SOMETHING AGGRESSIVE. Him aJVesljJjMUiitl ?3 The Sail Scenes That Meet the - or the Itepuhllc-an- s, The Efforts WeiarMade byMu Blaine's r'rirnd In th ,;Klae CampAlyn to Give Kloppliif Around Aimlessly ami To apwsonaaocent in the ways of politics it, H"'? geem very strange that up in Mame, a Stato which two years THE COMMONWEALTH. 'v!1 rml t the European or all Contliu-tt- . A susyloweh forty-fiv- e inches in circumference is blooming nearTraver, Cal. TunitE aro just STo colleges in tho United States, one for every day in the year. "Whex the period of deep mourning is over English women wear gray gloves. Tuo Klocks and five little ticks is the description ora Chicago family of seven. The starfMt in Long Island Sound have eaten over 30,000 bushels )f oysters in ono Ik!. foundries of Eui-ojare ovcrmn with orders and working day and night. A Chinaman- - in Chico, Cal., has a big black bear u hfch ho saddles and rides like a horso. IIixxie WiLSo.v, a pretty maid of sixteen drives tho stage between iiilnor and Ilame-lin-o in Dakota. Arriiam Lincoln's funeral car is now a section hands' boarding car on the Central Pacific railroad. A tame bear nt Ithaca. Mich., fatally bit and clawed a little daughter of W. II. 15ealy. Ahout 25,000 cattle will bo driven into tbo Canadian northwest from tho United States this seasou. During a wind storm at Rock Island a valuable horse wax choked to death by a heavy cloud of dust. Gold bricks aro to be ue"d as tho foundation of a throao to bo built at i for tbo Chinese Emperor. HUMondoes not pay in tho Northwest. Humorii-- t Fred Carruth has found it necessary to fcell the Estelliue JJelL A St. Louis moustache is worth J:200 That is the amount sued for by a man who lost his through a practical joke. A Mrs. "Wiutmore, of Bar Harbor, a i said to be heir to an estate valued at $200,000,000, in England. Eight of the original thirteen of the n family of Bucksport, ile., aro living, and their combined ages ire b07 years. O.ve of General Phil Sheridan's old scouts bas just sent him from Utah a gift of a particularly lively wildcat iu fighting order. A Brooklyn man worth $15,000,000 has juxtdied from tho effects of an allliction frimilarto that visited ujkjh tho historical ld All the cannon London, Sept. 6. Sir J. Fergusson, Under Foreign Secretary, fctawd iu tho House of Commons this afteruon that a change in the Government of Bulgaria can only occur in accordance with tU" treaty of Berlin, and with tho consent oflhe Mgna-toPowers to that treaty. Eigland, ho said, bad no separate interests & reference to Bulgaria. The election of a Jew Prince of Bulgaria must le uunnimous. IChecr-Tho Government, the speaker, bad hoped much from tho ability nd great of Prince Alexander, and they ojilored the treachery aji'J bad Interrupted bis reign. 1'Jllnal decision to abandon bis worlijin'Bulgaria was greatly regretted. Prince Alexander will proclaim bH abdication. The Russian Conulatcs in Bulgaria are distributing forsignatnre petitions to tu Czar favoring the election of the Prince of Olden-bui- g as succes-o- r to Priiice Alexander. Prince Alexander's decision to abdicate is attributed partly to loss of vigor of mind consequent upon the severe trials which he has undergone lately. It is behoved that hi dcpartuie from Bulgi ria is likely to result in ei ll war. Before l'rinco Alexander announced his 'iuteution to quit tho throuo he received a telegiam from Prince Bismarck recomni'ndiiip that bo abdicate in order to save Huigana. The Morning l'ust a vs : Wo great! v doubt whether Pi nice Bismarck's policy will insure the peace of Europe. Kurop will bavo no peace until the wrongs Ruia has inflicted on arNingpeopIeareaveugcd. Whatever inav bo the reason Mhich induced Prince lJiMiiarck to sacrifice Pritic Alexander to the personal auiuiuMly of the Czar, we can not believe that Europe will appiove a policy tending to make toe t"?ar arb tar of the whole coiiiDHMit. Tuo Chronicle blames Prince Biuiaivk for creating the present critical situation, ami says the clouds m the Balkans aredarkc aud more lurid than ever. ry . vfJl-tt.vhj"- was partially shut off. The great cone, having been enlarged to thirty six inches, was lowered full of sund. It went easily for sixty feet when it becatno necessary to drive it and the hammer was applied to the connected with tho cone. This pipo stood thirty feet above the surface. After a few stroke had been given, the flow of water was somurh diminished that tho people began to shake hands and many bags of sand uere thrown m to give additional weight to the cone to fill up the apertures. The big hammer was again applied nnd after a few strokes the pipe shot down into tho water lik a rocket d .is upward. A swift gush of water, a gurgle and the hope-- , of all were buried out of sight with thetMiieand its cnunocting pipe. The MXteeii-lneplo horotofore liiontion.'d battom,- - a ml 'the belief Is'tlint tho' cone bas gone down until it struck. That would leave it 120 feet from the bottom and tho upper end forty feet from the surface. -1,000-poun- III PVOU ot deaths from tho earthquake up to dato Is sixty-one, Charleston. S. C, Spt. '.'.-- The number lia d e h RUSSIA TRIUMPHS. X'rlncc Alexander Voluntarily ALtlleafcs tlie ltutK.iriau Throne. Son A, Sept 5. Prince Alexander lim publicly announced his intention of He says he can ii"t remain in Bulgaria on account of the objections of tho Czar. Before leaving bo will establish a addreregency. Ho made too follow; at a reception given by him to the oflieeis of the army: "For seven years I have lalHjrcd for the independence and conMy Bulgaria. of interests stant special solicitude has been for my army aud officers. I consider them my family, my children, and I have feltswur in my personal position when I have seer, myself surrounded by oflWrs , who had twen inv comrades in our struggle-- for the glory I can uot reniatu in Buof Bulgaria. lgaria, for tho Ctar will not permit me. tx cause my presence is inimical to the int- -r est of the rouutry. I am forced to quit the throne." alnli-ctnig. . - MURDER AS A A BUSINESS. San-ha- hav a spasmodic and rapid motion and disappear suddenly. This meteor reiaim-ib brilliancy longafter it bad reach ! tb northeast, where it seemed gradual! v dissolve into A slight train of fho d T- - Celesbal Wanderer. New York, Sept C Last evening a brilliant meteor was observable in New York and Brooklyn. It first appeared in tha southern sky, where it looked like a pi. met. This btar-iik- n body was brighter than the moon. When fust noticed th- - meteor bad no perceptible motion, but steadily increased apparently in size and brilliancy. After an interval of prttap ha'f a minute from he time ifwas first obfrv-e- d a motion was not:ceable. Slowly but steadny it pased from south to north across tho eastern skv. Usually uiettH-- r A of followed in Prrsid-nt'- 5 it wake. dress-make- r, Em-erto- V. i 1 severely beat four policemen at a suburb of Belfast, BxrccTi ve M axsiox. police brokn away from the crowd aud took W.tsiliSiJTOX, Sept. 4. lKrt. To Victoria, Queen auJ Liitpie?N lluhuorul, refuge in a botis. The mob followed them, cotlMrol: and. in their tffort to recapture the iolice-meYour Majesty's expression of sympathy for completely wrecked the bouse. Forthe sufferers !y the earthquake is warm y tunately for the policemen, the military appreciated, ami awakes grateful response on tho spot in season to rescue them in American hearts' and scatter the mob. Two of the leaders of Ciiovkk c.i3VEi.t:civI-roicntho rioter won arrested. An Orange Jbb5funeral was attacked by Catholics A Strange Death. . and the procession severely stoned. Too Cutting has bis good points, lie says ho New York, Sept t. Emma Hubbard, ot Orangemen broke ranks and retaliated docs not intend to Ihj so ungrateful to tho tho Catholics, seriously injuring sevAmityville, L. I., started to lead bcr fa- uponof American people as to go on a lecturing hem. ther's lior.se to a brook on the farm, a short eral and droveThe polic- quieted away order tour. the Catholic party distance west of Aimlw. lie. Aftera long The meeting of tho scientists at Buffalo time her abseil" cieat-- d aiarm. and, upon A Fight With a Burglar. has decided that men w ho think live thirty-thrc- $ searching for her, h r father found years longer than those who do not lifeless IhmIv leside th- brook IIer'tbrir-Sept 5. mornPekiw II and neck were terribh mauled, awl l Win. Mueblman, a druggist of this think. wero on her body and HothiTig '1 .o ing, stains The Smiths had a at Peapack, evidences were, it is reported, that the borsu city, was awakened by a slight noise, and found at bis bedsiije a masked burglar, at tho headwaters of the Rarilan river, thn fastened his teeth m her throat who placed a revolver at bis h ad ami other day, and there was 3,000 of them n monev. Mr. Muohlman grappled Explosion of a N dura! Gs Well. ported. with the burglar and a desperate C By an explosion followed, in which the burglar was struggle Keokuk, I., Sept Mk. G. B. Farmer, of ilorruburgh. Can. thrown w ell, beingdug from tho windo . Carl Mueblman. a son. has covered trunk 212 years old. It was of natural gas in a sixty-foo- t fired four shots at the robber, one of which Henmade in tho year IC74, in the reign of five miles from Warsaw, III., ry Miller was killed. John Ilape probably took effect but the man managed to cross Charles IL fatally injured, and Homer McMaiion nuil the river and escape. The Duke of Newcastle intends to make Charles Haskins fearfully burned. M:'ler a two years' tour around the world. lie was frightfully burned, the skin . More Shocks. will leave England lato in September for entire boly p'eeling off in a fewni:nties Savannah, Gi., Sept 5. At 10:45o'cloca after the explosion, which was caused by the United States. another shock, equal in seventy taking a lighted lamp into the well. The lato Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, tho fato that of last night, was felt here. Hunmous novelist, was the first woman to send dreds of people aro still camped in tho Tracking Davitt. a telegraphic dispatch under the ocean via A Daily Xtvcs sjiecial squares. The continuance of shocks is very Cmrtoo. Sept severe on buildingd which are greatly the Atlantic cable. Mich., says? ''Michael from strained. is to have the largest clock in the Davitt on bis trip through Northern MichAugi-t- i, Buffalo Gt., Sept 5. There was a world. Tho dial will be twenty-fivfeet in igan, was followed by a shorthand reporter slight shock this evening nt 10:10, city in tho pay of the British Government All tine, accompanied by a low, rumbling diameter, and the center of the dial will bo of his speeches aud some of his priv. t noise. H feet Tabovef the street. conversations were taken down in full A maii.rag lostin LakePepin, Minnesota, indefatigable agent of the English Church Tower Stttles in Wilkesbarre. four years ago has been recovered at authorities. , Sept 5. Sottling of Wii.KEsiiRKE, s Maiden Rock. Several letters and he tower of tho Fir.st Methodist Episcopal Brilliant D splay of Meteors. were recovered and delivered. Colvm ill's S. C, Sept 0. Another div Church here was discovered yesterday. The consumption of lead pencils in this tinct shock was felt in this city last night This is attributed to the recent earthquuko country is estimated nt 250,000 a day. This at 11 :0T o'clock, accompanied by tho usual shock, which was feit to a great extent iu is at tho rate of one per day to every 1C0 of. roaring sounds. At intervals of fiv minthis locality. The church is a new one aud . The tower is 13s feet high. The cost population, or about 7S,000,000 a year. utes thereafter two remarkably'brillinnt the congregation toand unusually large meteors snot across doors were closed to so until an investigaOxEMeadville (Fa.) editor refers pleasday and will remain the skies, from north to south. tion i made. antly to another as "the spook eyed stool pigeon that flops his ears at the gad Hie in The Lantern Exploded. Took Up a Collection. the alleged editorial rooms of tho Trib Warsaw, III., Sept. 0. Henry Millet, Brooklyn, Sept 5. A ollection amoun. vne." near here while .fifteen, was killed Because he used the word "you" instead descending into a well with a 'lantern in ingto$&J0 was taken up in Dr. Talmage's of "thou," in addressing the Lord in his hand, which exploded, the young man Church this evening for tho Charleston prayer, Rv. G. "W. Schivers of Brooklvn, falling to the bottom. John Hajs, stand- sufferers. Dr. Talmago sant a telegram to Editor has beeu compelled to resign the pastorato ing at the mouth of the well, was seriously of the Dawson, expressing the sympathy congregation and promising further burned. of the Congregational Church. contribution. Agneo Glover, tho T cightccn-ycar-olGet a Good Grip on Hint Fear a Tidal Wav daughter of the Rev. Elijah V. Glover, of Willcox, A.T., Sept 6. Ge:ral Miles Hoddcntield, Pa., was paralyzed while nrrived nt Fore Bowie last niglt with Charleston, S. C, Sept Ii. Tho great e kneeling by her in prayer. Sho Natchez and several buciy as pris- overhangiug dread hero is of the tidal wave. was found there unconscious, and died not oners. Captain Lawton, with, tho rest of The earthquake has done about in worst, aro ex- but tho sea, if driven in. would wipe this the hostiles, numbering thirty-fivelong afterward. ruined city and all her people from thefaco George Casey bas in his green- pected at Fort Bowie Wednesday. Mr. -- 4 o tbo earth. house at Auburn v cntury plant that is fiet Rnadv for Tho"' thirty feet high and the stem is six inches Yellow Jack, Corvallis Ore., Sept a Prof. E. flowerthick at the base. It bas thirty-tw- o cw Orleans, Sept 3. Up to last acforetells terrific cyclones, earthing branches, with over 5,000 buds and quakes and tornadoes for September 2(5. 27 counts fifteen cases of tho disease at Biloxi, bright yellow flowers. and 23. Cyclonic di turbances may bo ex- supposed to be yellow fever, had occurred Benjamin Bower, of Pleasantvillo, N. J., pected September 14 and 15. since tho beginning of the sickness. Quarsprinkled Paris green on htf grape vines. antine has beon established at Meridian, Miss. No one will be allowed to leavo a The wind blew some of it into the face of Aid for Charleston. ! Miss Allio Bower, his d Charleston, S. C, Sept ft Nearly tram at that point without a passport daughter. She inhaled it unconsciously, $1(X),00J has reached Charleston to aid tho showing that tho bearer is from a place fr;e from yellow fever. and died in a few days. sufferers, and it is estimated that contriwill finally aggregate half a A gratuity of 10,000 ha. been granted butions A Novel Offer. from the Bavarian Civil List to the widow million. New iork, Sept 3. At a meeting ofProf.Gudden, of Munich, tho unfortuuato Labor Ticket Nominated. of the tho Brooklyn G. A. It it j 4'mad doctor," who perished with the lato was offer Hartford, Conn., Sept ft Tbo Labor dred decided to to thothe service of one hunKing of Bavaria in the lake at Castlo Berg. people of Charleston members nominated a full Conference here police purposes. Ue .eft a family of eleven children. State ticket, headed by IL C. Baker for for A Naugatcck man saw something green Governor. Hunter Kills His Companion. in a cake of fco and split the cake open. A Muscogee County farmer claims Lancaster, Pa., Sept. 5. Mahlon Brown, The thing was a frog, which, after an hour that he was recently breaking a yoiinjr while gunning near Texas, thts county, or two in tho sunlight, hopped about vig- mule. A stalwart negro man mounted yesterday, was shot and instantly killed by orously. the mule in the middle of the lot and the discharge of a gun in tho hands of bis A California cow swallowed a stick the spectators mounted the fence. The companion, named Mclntree. The men twenty inches long and nearly an inch mule began to buck and dance at the were climbing a fence when tho accident thick, and in due course of time it worked same time. A cloud of dust enveloped occurred. its way out of her side without doing her him and his rider, and unearthly noises Injured in a Collision. much damage. came from the midst of the Baltimore, Sept 5. An excursion tram Lawrence Donovan, a printer, jumped When tho cloud of dust cleared away on the B. ei O. road, with SCO passengers from the Broofclyn bridge for a wager of tho mule was quietly eating out of his aboard, collided with a freight train u few $500 the other morning. A boat was in the trough in the stall, and one of the miles from this city this evening. Between river containing somo friends who picked s knit suspenders was wrapped twenty and thirty persons were injured not injured by the jump. tightly around his left hind leg. No more or less, but none seriously. him up. He A Washington wheelman, the other day, other portion of the negro has yet been Serious Charge Against a Farmer rode bis bicycle the whole length of the discovered. Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer. stone coping of Cabin John bridge, twelve " Milan. Mich., Sept 5. Loren Hayner, a Whooping-coug-h miles from Washington. Tbo coping is paroxysms, it is farmer near here, was arrested on a warless than a foot wide, the bridge is 200 feet well known, are sensibly ameliorated rant issued by Justice Stewart, of Bellelong, and had he slipped off in the center of by' the atmosphere of and ville, charging him with being implicated the span, he would have fallen 125 feet. there is some reason for the belief that in tho robbery of an old couple named a half miles south of Mrs Hersh, of Pittsburgh, Pa., carried cures of the disease are affected by Elwcll. three nd Belleville, last oaturday night, of about 0 dead baby nearly four miles through breathing such air. Dr. W". T. Greene ber in money, besides IKW iu notes aud old infant suggests an easily available improve- mortgages. the streets. The was attacked with cholera morbus and she ment on the works for this purpose. Fell Over a Cliff. took it to a doctor's office. While there, His plan is to attach' a piece of rubber and before the physician could treat it tubing to a burner, the tubing being PiTTSBURnii.'PA., Sept 5. Officer Cfeorgo with proper medicine, the little life flut- long enough to leach the lloor. The Woods and Edward Henuigh, a prisoner, tered out, Mrs. Herah, nearly gas is turned on just enough to make with whom he was scuffling, fell over a ttertad hoaae, walking alt the way carry a perceptible odor, and tho obild is to cliff, and both wore badly injured, Wood tat tto wpw in imi! inhale It for & few minutes at a time uutioed fatall vj m tWTfskafc CWwf limit la Bally-macare- telegram of sympathy for the eartkqunko : Roly ii Vctoria. Wiii!Mmx. Sept C The President hai ent the following reply to Quen Victoria's Qui-en a dead infant with a darning-needlthrust through its heart has led t the disclosure that a regular business of putting babes to death at so much per bead has been carried on iu this city. Mrs. Paulino Mittelstaedt, proprietress of a private Red a few weeks ago upon ascertaining that the authorities had accumulated criminating ovidence. Sho name in Michitraveled under an gan, but wns overhauled at City and brought !wck to night She confessed tho murder of the child, and claims to havo been promised fcW by its mother forput ting it out of the way. The authoritis aro investigating the iljuthsof numerous other inlnnts bom out of wedlock, supposed to have been put to death by her. e ho.-tpilaU-e- I'eiii.iln I'ienil Who Coiifosm-- - to Cot mltting liiftintieiilH lor Money. Milwaukee. Wis., Spt 5 -- The finding in A Sunday 5. Belfast, Sept In Belfast. A mob attacked to-da- y. sufferers eucampeu in the public squire, singing ana and praying. At Richmond, Va., the shock tt in tho upper part of the city w as as severo .TTLE WITH MEXICANS Tho as that of Tuesday uight. At Savannah lmo, theAVIly Apiiehe, llsenj I)ur u. !1 JTUlil t WlLUiMSMRT. 1 boon reeiveil 1ipia of n .. L which occurred about in,.l.. ghtP'S fivo miles and a half above JotifRj tho lino of tho Willmmsport v$ Branch railroad, where a large Huugariuu laborers are e'liploj8,; extension of the road. siiintyR over twenty ot these ln-- n io lg nre last night from f. vertui' stove while tho men wore asleep UOUSU,.UIlU men slept on the second lloor. .... BIOUU 'rri-UO ?.. 3nA, iuir l.r..TT.. Ul ........ 1...11.1: thfi flrst-lloo- r ....... mill- ., .. fin rli uu.,.,,, , J .. nil . ...v ciyr.",. UU1K1JII. ,tJlirj .... UlUh seven succeeded in getting out. Tha a ,,,K" hlul contiiiiie. quite n severe ono wore left to their late ami were roil """'K "'it at ociock mis evening, w men alive in theburniiigshaiitv. Their ch3 ?ent vuat 't,w Pfople wero undercover remains were afterw aid found in the rl ,nt1.tue street. There was a disagreeable Tho men who escaped were so pi sulphurous smell in tho air. which has been stricken that they made no efforts to "ot'cetl snico tho beginning of the shocks, their companions. The remains of ,S n,,1"erville the shocks continued but seven dead were removed to JonestoW n eiv minutes apart, and heavy rumbling await the arrival of the coroner fmni s?u",' P'cedos and aecoinpanies each Fissures havo opened in tho earth porte. The naniPs of the victims ypt been received. A Hungarian iial at Yum"ierville mid jther places. Thp city Ulltr-s'irroundiig is an iminens lleninskv was murdered and Ins body'"1 eople living m den under a shanty on tho same railr?nn,', n,'nr'v n'l tho tents or sleeping in covered atElkhck. A short time since, wuelnprovUcd along the railroad from shauty was turn dow ii, portions of huic'af'0'ls' T'10 sisht merv'"e to Charleston is a strange remains were found in a quantity bloody straw. Tho meu who occupied!0"'', '"tmetiso fires of pitch-pin- e lighting T"P t!lo scene all along tho route. The sen- shanty have disappeared. 'sation is strangelv terrifying, nnd one 'niust know something of it personally to pRTWrP-c- ; PERIL, LHUi ifully appreciate the horrors of the expori- 'cnee these people have been subjected to. i im i(..,.,.i to WretK ti.o ,oSo,inil tl0 Umt Kvhol Iroops .siirreii.ier at tlm inacted here. Tliere is no certainty for the future. There is, of couroo, r.ulsari.iii Uapitol. is passed, tno worst Vmt London. Sept. 3. An attempt was nrllo,ie ronvev?h people 'i nSth ,istrlmncos continue to wreck tho train which live in fear and Tho Irinco AiB..n.i, to Sofia. ,,."nveJncenterof tho dtsturlwuco trembling. bo nt seems to Philippojiobs tho engineer discovered Sumiiierville, a pretty towu used a good obstruction on tho tra.-and brought ',eal for a summer resort by Charleston train to a standstill. On iiivcmgati(people. and lying on the S.'C. railway, was found that, five sleepers htid hfwenty seven miles away. A strango across the rails. Prince Alexaiir",Tcnco was the twisting of tho railroad when informed of the attempt upon his hero by the earthquake, and tho moving showed no sign of fear, niaintalnii: tuo track at ono place literally three or calm demeanor. A conflict between iur feet revolutionists aud the followers of Prir Alexander is feared at Sofia Prince Ah THE $30,000 PACKAGE. ander bas promised king Milan to seuc diplomatic agent to Servia. Tho revoJamor Tlnit It Has Hern Found In a Safe tionary regimeute hero have surrender., s.,,, rrolu Philadelphia to Iowa, unconditionally to Prince Alexander a Sept. 2. A rumor, which applied to him for clemency. Buiguriajr,nLAr,E'-i'HU- , now tranquil. .quite generally credited, states that the Uams Express Company received now ANOTHER SHOCK it evening, of the finding of the package I motley amounting to nearly f;.f-- l i- if.i. ii.... tlu, TTT.....I Coa,t was shipped bv the Pennsylvania Vi ilorld.i to Broad Company to Sbamnkiu. Pa., aliout. Cincinnati, Sept .'. Another shock ol days ago. and which disappeared in earthquake was felt a few minutes after8 ,mil,ln,,r froni tho KxPress company' The eleven o'clock ed from Jacksonville. to Washingtou.land sent to some point in Iowa. AVrath Tho commotion was most severe a clerk who was arrested at the time, Charleston, S. C. Two buildings fell A given a second bearing before a Magis-wbi-te I yesterday and committed back to woman, name unknown, was killed tho oy wan. l'eopie it aro vu in ueiauit oi i:i,uuu baiL inning . ff; wounded more will probably die. The wreck of the city is pretty complete, and the damage will be enormous. There aro Jeryfow houses of brick iu tho city uninjured, and hundreds of buildings that appear comparatively unbarmod, are so uRCii luey win uavo to come uown This makes it difficult to estimate the damage nnt it is notputting it ;oo strong to say that Uiarioston, with nil tho experiences of kotpfrtlment anI cvclone, was nevor so badlyvhattered as now. The sight is a sad Otic, The people, after th terror of thoir experience, aro nervous and expectant; 1A??v aro camped in the public square, ami and out of tho hundreds haviisk' ti ed t. enJ att I Au-gust- u, ar-riv- en the shock was severe. All structures were deserted and everybody will sleep m tho streetK. Shocks were felt in Washington, Baleigb, N. C, Wilmington, N. C, (ja., and Macon, Uu. - lo-da- v th-di- s Injj the Alelee. Rstone, Akiz . Sept. 'J. A minor lm u here that Mexican troops have dell of the American troops the ro-Geronimo. The latter refused. Mysterious Erup ian in Hllno's. isdiLcb HTTnAroi. .Tnsued. , ' . Iht- -, Sept fl. Oakl.u.-iYeritertiJrJii? enr,flTed Oiliriiig' the ineTeo. Therol citizens of Bowdnc Township, north oftdis ,s of verifying the fncts, as tho city, wero startled by a noise liko tho ex- is no wipwti. plosion of a steam boiler On exam(Hl.. Sept. 2 A special ination, it was found to have Iteou caused togcisro. tr,"Hi' L'"" from Tombstono by an eruption on tho farm of Christian that Mexican troops Sf Our Republican, friuuds are verj nutih pcrpliwcil a .o what they can uriiish for an issue the next time thoy ?o before the people. The bloody ihirt has become such a venerable ihostnut that it no longer excites even i laujjh. All the predictions of the failure of the Democratic Administra-,io- n have come to naught and the aopes of a split iu the party have not Decn realized. The fishery question failed to materialize at tho critical moment, and tho venom of and otherextingiiLshj 'representatives of Republican management of the State Department, was poured out in vain. Tho excellent judgment and calm, deliberative spirit displayed by Secretary Rayard in connection with this question had the ellect if allaying the mischievous spirit which tho enemies of the Administration sought to stir up. The would-b- e authorities on the foreign policy ot the (iovernnicnt attempted to make an issue out of the Cutting affair, with the same fruitless result Congress aNo refused to furnish the desired issue to our bewildered Republican friends, for it has been incontestably shown that the Democratic House acted as a wholesome cheek on the extravagance and unscrupulous measures of the Republican Senate. The popularity of tho President has increased in proportion to the virulence of the attacks made upon him. His manly, consistent course in connection with the law and his trenchant vetoes ot jobs and swindling schemes have gained for him fresh proofs of the esteem and allcetiou of the people whose interests he has heart Never wa.s there an Administration so shamelessly attacked and misrepresented anil against which all the batteries of slander and falsehood were so industriously plied. Rut tho cowardly methods of warfare employed by the enemy have had a boomerang eiFect, and the demoralized host that so long ruled the country in the insolence of unbridled power, and could not at first be brought to realize that the people had dr. ven them forever from the positions they had abused, are now looking around in pitiable perplexity for an issue. Tho time for search is becoming uncomfortably short The country is prospering under Democratic rule; abuses have disappeared from tho oilices of the Government; economy has succeeded extravagance and peculation, and confidence has been in the business world. The elections this fall will have an important bearing upon the control of the Senate during tin- latter half of President ClevelTwentv-liv- e and"- Administration. Republicans Democrats and twenty-sihold over from the present Congress, Civil-Servic- ago SQ0--. nearly v iubliean 'majority bo conducted of JC-jt&-e all the Ppara i "of a Presidential year, incjsuin, rat only iv continuous s ny; jiaiue's "re- series oi9 tired" ,tl2st. t' fr! UImIiii. lint . ia mnnv bv m PO.iuicaj?wrauv5i3Bm otlier States caav be induceVfo.-f.'o,,J"Cowhasti Tha AugtistajWTTC3pfnlontof gOOl Vita Boston HvAikt throws some light on the situation Asevcry one knows and also relatively so iu point of qiauttty'!j"""w (who bjlievcs ail he hears), the Presi- but the yield will not ba au average in lSSTi VTo folni?htlv-SnCecnWa-?,- cicetioB w man is Vm 4L TTL? campaign for tho with yjWM&W t n jreUod-.presentlv-b- LouUtille Lear Tobacco Market; J -Dark aud heavy tobaccos havesoIJ at. even full prices, both for medium 'and' good grades, while low grades have, been occasionally irregular, without any final noticeable changes in prices. The weather' conditions have been upjrfect hot 'joud " forcing, with ample moisture, in the aijvmd foil. August has quite redeemed the of July, bringing the plants forward with great spread of leaf and increase of weight. The crop bas 'unbuttoned' itself for a race aguinst time, and everything at present is promising. The weather has been of a chanicter to stimulate the flow of sap and quicken the growth, the ripening tendoncy being suspended. 'lf'fb.WWsue'- dry. and. cool w.ffthr oefi-cienciy 'tsf'r-""1V"A'""'"i""V',L'iali??r- f e dential nomination m 18SI was forced on Mr. Blaine against his inclination. Having, however, got a taste of running tor the high olliee, he seems to like the occupation, and this year's Maine campaign is all planned to assist him in gratifying his ambition. The correspondent ouoted toils ns that "it will be the first time in in my years that Mr. Blaine has been assigned to so many speeches;" that "for weeks he lias hem preparing hiins if for his efforts;" that "it is believed that he intends to strike the keynote of the Presidential campaign;" that R is predicting on the stump "that Mr." Blaine will again lead the Republicans." and that a vote for Bodwell for Governor is considered a vote for Blaine' -- nomination iu 16'$: this change in Mr. Bi.iine'- - tactics, as compared with his "lying low" methods in lSl, is undoubtedly a confession of weakness. He has heard, as persons who talk with leading Republicans from all parts of the country are hearing, the sentiment that the Republican party has had the name Blaine dinged into its ears long enough; that the cammust paign of 18SS, to be sucees-fu- l, be something else than defensive, anil that it is tinuj for the party to present to the countr." a new name which will not labor under any personal handicap. Knowing the prevalence of these sentiments, the man in Maine plans to renew his own prominence by ha ing a lively campaign in his own State, ol which he will be the central figuiv, in order that he may not drop out- of the list of eligible-- . "Well, this may (be tun for him, and if his coming speeches involve him in his usual it may do his party some service by again setting forth his iiferior qualr. I'oit. V. ities as a candidate quantity. quote tobaccos as lows for full weight packages: BurteM. . Daritaml Hrawt .?1 TTia 2 Si $2Hr& arfl Trah . 2 1th n to .4 2Tfe 5 0) Common lues.. .. asve, l 2.V :i 2T, t'S) Medium lugs... .. 4 vm, 5 2.. 5 Tr.a TS Good Iuks A 2."i5l B W ) ." Common lea'.., .. 5 i-.. r, coa a ") Medium leaf..., g SO 10 oai2 .71 Good leaf . . 7 U ... !IU&10H1 H 0i17,i Selections...... k ' .j r'-- Vi Wrappers net Three or four hundred indictments were returned by tho grand jury of Bell County 'for giving and taking bribes at tho late election. K. N. Ilinns, a Union County farmer, su icided by shooting himself through the , brain. Socau.se. ;; At Owingsville, the trial of John Mont-jofor the killing of Dan Epper hart re' ' sulted in a verdict of acquittal. A male babe was left on the steps of Sim Payne's grocery near Prank-forthe other night. As Payne is nearly as old as Frankrort he bundled the'Infaiit off to town, where it was left' in care of Judge Thompson, of the city court, where at last report it was awaiting the protection nnd love of its parents, Three negroes boarded a street car'in the southern suburbs of Louisville,, the other night, seized the driver and gagged him. They then took the cash box, containing seventeen dollars, and made off with it. y new-Hor- n t, -- lOls Zj 3Iisre)l.ineoii Item, .12 1CC0S21 50 . i.' Hon. John Feland's dwelling, atIIop-kinsvill- e, - -- - x j ""' carrying Maine, it is likely that they may succeed in retaining their grip on . Vermont Lotusciuc Uourur-Jour- n bat An Mxehangc suggest-,-jiuiiii! aim .liviun the ellorts of Mr. Blain- - SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Should the Republicans, through in h.-- r - t -, Ye-terd- ay t.-"- to-da- y, . " e P-- money-order- tSJ-OUO- to-da- y d Ge-roni- bed-sid- twenty-year-ol- to-nig- to-da- y dust-clou- d. ne-gr- oc ts gas-work- s, SS.-.- four-mont- heart-broke- kr tftu the olitical complexion of tho next idea, except that the platSemite are those of 2Cew York. New an excellent he condensed to the form might MichiJersey, Connecticut, Indiana, Burn ibis letter!"' Hams-burLunkenbarh That gentleman slated toAmerican troops the releaso gan. California and Nevada. The word-- : day that when the noise occurred a cloud 0j pio, aud that when tho latter Patriot. Democrats need live of the-- e to have a of smoke ami dtist was thrown sixty feet ensued, during which While Logan is reveling in a majority in the "M'liatu. They hae a in tho air, in which were stumps of trees, is stones and roots. A deep hole was left iu chance of earning New York, perfect garden of Eden Blaine effort-.-pergood " spiring over twelve "greatest the earth, which has not yetbeii explored der-eNew Indiana. Michigan and RGL.ARS' PARADISR The cause of the anxiety with which he hopes to keep Maine Connecticut. The Week's Failures-NeQt Hundred Itohhrrles at Chicago of the Republicans for an issue is, corralled until the now Hie- - in 1SSS. York, Sept. 3. Tho business failWithin Three Months. explained. The "last It is mighty disagreeable to have a therefore, ea-iures occurring throughout the country jio. Kept 2. During the pnt threo bulwark of Republicanism" is in great big ambition and an uiuertaiu State during the last even days, number for tho mmore than .VK) burglaries havo danger of being carried away, this fall, on one's hands at precisely the same United States lfiiV, and for Canada 21, or a Chicago A' ?.. m this city and been reported to by the party which has earned the con- moment total f I'M, ax compared withail last week, It was the Democratic party thai jjeo. Ever since tho bomb exploded fidence and support of the ..aple. and istl the week previous to the last. Thi 'laviiiarket Square the police gave our Nation its foreign influence, Western and Pacific Suites ftinnshin-near- ly jjjoking for Anarchists. In the havo Albany Arqti.s. half the casunlities reported in thw and compelled foreign respect. It rehave worked through certain country. mained for Republican Peace Not Yet Declared. yts with as much impunity ns though diplomacy to make us the despised o' 'f ere no policemen in tho'citv. Whole Secretary Bayard Has a Thw Case. jorhoods have lieen ransacked by enIt seems that the Blaine fight against all nations. The Democratic party acIlELry, Mont.. Kept 3. Secretary ding thieves, who, when they failed l iias not quired the territory of Loui-iauArhas written Governor Hazer, askiii" what they wero after the first time, Senator Kdmuuds in Vermont Iowa. Minnesota. Misonly not subsided since tho declaration kansas. Kan-a- s, for ii history of the case whore a Chinese back tho next day or the next week. laundry was blown up in Aconda and two lbey succeeded in nccouiplLsing their of the Republican State convention in souri, Nebraska. Dakota. Idaho, MonChinamen killed, and iUXX) worth ot prop- ns. his favor, but is becoming hotter than tana, Oregon. Washington. Wwminsr, erty destroyed. It is said tho Chinese auColorado and th Indian Tcrri'ory A Cas? of Cu Ity. over now that nominations for the from France; Texas. New Mexico. Arithorities want tho Government to pay indemnity. The zona, Utah. Nevada and .- Legal proceco- - Legislature are being made. waiik. rs. J., Ssept. 2California , , nomiin conventions "K,1",s" county c"mmen from Mexico, and Florida from pain. Reminders of the Earthquake "r,e a"oul , ..L i is nun nnil octorti nating candidates for the Senate have It rai-e- d our merchant marine to the ArorsTi, UA.,hept !. A special from oad for violating the U. S. laws in generally declared for the says: Near Coosaw Mines therol to tho transfer of live stock. From very of KilimfmK but the light is going second place, and made our navy feared over the world. It will continue tlu is n crack in tho earth 200 foet long muir cars the carcasses of thirty two dead six inches wide at tho top. On St. Heleuaua's were taken from among tho live on chielly in the canvass for represent- record. Imliuna State Sentinel. Island, off Beaufort coast several largoIt is said the stock had been on tho atives in the towns. There arc only We ask and we ask it in all seopenings wero made and piles of mud and'' thirty-sevehours withou' nourish-san- d thirty members of the Senate of Verriousness, too is it not about tini were forced up. The penalty is a fine of .1.000. nt mont, while there are 210 Representatives, and in a joint convention the that the people paused in their mad Killed by Electricity. The Steam Thresher. power of the former will be small. The career to destruction to ak of themMinneapolis,' Minn., Sept. a SupnrinUJUNY, N. Y , Sept. 2. -- On tho farm of opposition to Senator Kdmuuds em- selves whither are they going? Iu tho months they . II. brockway, of the indent Bnisltger Vnnderhureh. in the town of North Blaine men, who have brief space of twenty-fou- r Electric Company, .Tf f. Jnst1antl' KiueieeiiDiisb. three miles north of Bath, this anates from thehim have not only defeated for President for refusing to raise never forgiven an hero last .,;.., .i7;.i. shoctrecoivebrnlnir. the boiler of a stea threshing his voice for a candidate whose char- the brilliant Republican leader, whose lh of no explode.l and caused the death name has ever been the rallying crv trie lights at the Nicollet House. ,ri(1 Phillips, the owner and engineer. acter he knew and despised, but it is for true reformers of the Keif school, rtf Aii.liti, !lnL!fk rf l!,,tl, ATerfin Tin industriously fostered by the great railil but they have relegated to private lift A Horrible Death in the Machinery, 'eest. n boj-- . received fatal injuries, and road magnate of the State. J. Gregory Tho Pittsburgh, Sept. .'1. John Welsh warm 'a')ror named Livingston and Smith, who aspires to his seat Smith 111:1113'' of his chosen advisers. Va'"erl)Urgn t'ro "oreor less hurt killcxl in the Union Foundry an:r a certain kind of pow- brilliant Chandler's voice is heard n has money and " " Nation; the Machine Company Works Jfo vi er, and his emissaries arc working more in the councils of tiie our heroic caught in the bolting and hi, body was te The Yellow Fever at BiloX". incites Vermont to secure mem- gallant Robe-o- n D l,oi'Bii-oxi- . were two throughout Miss., Sept deeds to is broken. Legislature in his interest navyin no Senate, of valor: Teller of , , but he is shorn still and about bers of the the oaths from yellow fever Ar. V. Times. half his power, and the lonely Klkins Business Good at the H'nt. 2n cases. There is no excitement except Peon'9 ,of.,New PrIfnn wanders from east to west, from north Philadelphia, Sept. SlaugbterinR Each Other. mint is nKomJ T,ltorthrough are "'l to south, ami has not where to lay his overwhelmed xvith work Zh0mi,,ya.-at.n- llobilo regi, ations, it will be confined If there is any one thing inoro than political head. Philadelphia Times. trttrt-a II. IVM1I XllJ. UJ13 uight every week day. m honesty which the Republicans of Ohio Volcanic Eruption. The New Navy. lack it is harmony. Just now they are jf Malta. Sent 2. Tho Captain of a "EartbauaKlana." r Tho preliminary step? toward the Charleston, S. CSept a. "Eartt steamer just arrived hero reports that on at swords' points and are ready to laua" is tho name suggested for a, August .'J, when his ship was fourteen slaughter each other at the polls. Not creation of a new navy are now being tho island of Galita, girl brought into tho world just befo miles to the north of terranean, ho noticed content with butchering each otlier taken. It is a matter of congratulaoff Tunis, in the Mod great upheaval hero Tuosday that the h'ghest peak on tho eastern end they go outside of their State to stab tion that the near future promises the Mother and child, it may bo said are of the island was in a state of eruption, other and better men. That weak realization of the hopes of the people notwithstanding tho fact thad ejecting smoke from a crater like Mount well, Congressman, Grosvenor.who climbed in that direction. It has long since Washington Square Etna. are quartered in into public life by means of his wealth, been a recognized weakness of the Going to Investigate at Charleston. told a reporter the other day that Jeff country that its marine armament has Government Tents for the Homeles official of tho Davis would get more votes in Ohio Sept. Ati "Washington. Sept 3. -- Colonel It sent to Charleston than General John A. Logan. This been inferior to that of anv other reCoast Survev has Batchelder. Deputy M...,..f,..,ictr i mako soun(l,gsbeen the harbor and spectable Power. But the fact that th e of bas been directed to Proce'',yacent coast in order to see whether anv hatred of tho Illinois Senator, who naval authorities have been involved iu in 18S4, is duo to the Charleston, S. C, to issuo and d"Strilrcmarkll,0 depressions or elevations of bolstered Blaine combinations with tents to the sufferers, and to render Stllu oottom 0f the ocean have beon caused fact that he refused to aid Ohio Repub- corrupt restrained Congress other aid as he may deem advisable. jDV tno earthquake. in stealing a seat in the United necessary appropriationsfrom voting the licans to accomplish States Senate by ousting Senator Payne ' An Expensive Collision. Bisket of Dynamite Lets Go. on groundless rumors and base false- it. The present administration of the East Saoin.aw. Mich., Sept 2. Jeromo- hoods. Logan's name will be remem- Navy Department has proved its freefjYRACCE, i. Y ., oept. , .. Early farmer living in Genesee Coun- bered with respect long after all recolwildcat t wj, jkUUjd mornmg a freighttram and a bvho acculental ex. lection of tho Ohio scoundrels who arc dom from any corrupt collusion, and collided near Marcellus Station, on tueposjon of ivmimit0 cartridges he was the consequence is that tho appropriaBranch of tho Now York Central in a "basket His limbs and neck abusing him is gone Logan is not a tions have been made and the work wtyere broken and his body horribly ho is head and shoulders saint, out Hudson railroad. Both locomotive soon be Tho now navy and ten carloards of nierc.ha.tcd. above the Republicans of the Buckeye will consist of begun. war vessels and eight will ""-'-t upwards. disrt wrecked. Tho loss is State who are seeking to injure him. Natural Gis Supply Less-neSecretary siOO.COO one dynamite gun boat. Tim&3. I PtTTSni'KflH, "- Whitney is employing- every availabfe Sept. 2. Thero was a short- - Buffalo ige in the supply of natural gas on the Exlensive Bequests. We aro inclined to agree with means of getting the be.--t results from and several factories outh Side itt Tho win oi uspcndp(1 operations. Philadelphia, Sept. J. the World that the President departed the authority vested in him to disburse Some people voted Joseph E Temple, predated tu(, decrease m tho flow to the widely from the Democratic policy of the money the for the purpose. He nn(j dHcials of tho companion aro Jefl'ersonian simplicity when he trav- is getting most approved designs over 200,(XW to public insti,;, lvestigating. tious. eled from Washington" in a special car and will compel the full performance contracts by which the building of mahogany, elegantly fitted up with of the vessels Natural Gas Discovery in Illinois. j Sight Restored by a Blow. will be awarded. of the It would have - silk, satin and velvet. The two cruisers aud dispatch boat Wilkesbarre, Pa., Sept. 3. Mrs. BridgC'LiNTON, III., Sept 2. While Thos. Gab- been more in accordance with the old Seanlan, of Arcbbald. wa totally bliud rt was digging a well in the rear of his doctrine for the party to have traveled contractednd for by the late Adminisvom of naturnl gas at a the six vessels now about eight years. Sha ttm nflktrt with line, hestruckn Vlion a on a hand-catwenty-seve- n feet. Mrs. Cleveland sitting tration a 'ijSch wasapliedtothegasitproduceda on an to be commenced will make a fair S,r"C,hc Vt . i0"1' band-bo- x with her th. jet - wn teit - Mooes awav. aim ...... ......,o- - ..... , sir nnmo,i ,twnod knitting in her hand. Verily the Pres- start for a navy. Thev are to be of ."-vv , . with a shingle in tiie uanus oi -- .. MKay-"i- " thnt types ' r. "7iVA" '2 year-ol- d grandson. limnicdiateiy oCl ih ident has committed a great sin in de- various as welland widely different in "" """'':-- . as in was restored. Mrs. Scanlan's. - rtTT. L'imiv n ii capacity . , . parting from the custom of a half cent They will be modern speed andpower. liniimU nnd thn first thine sue UlU was W. in every respect ury ago. Acta Jiaven Iteqisler. go to the Catholic Church and giv thani Bloody Battle in Roumelia. and equal, in every particular to tha to tha Almighty. d tRLTN, Sept 2. Private telegrams Edmunds has declared in favor best ships of other Governments. The here this evening from Sofii state- of the wild West for a Presidential can- armament will "be as perfect ai the vesBurned, Twelve Houses Va battlo took place at Eastwill bo complete and' the new Mt.Carmel, Pa,. Sept. 3 -- Twelve houcs,.loumclial)etcea riments loyal to didate for the p'trty. Which is another sels vnay reach the high standard that families "'"'?" oe .e Alexandor nud regiments siding way of mtimatlng'that Mr. Blaine lags navy r iccupied bv twentv-fouitroycd by fire. A woman na caiid ar itn revolutionists, and that the latter superfluous on tho political tagei- - tha old ona did in its dav of honest " 'ffarrisb u rg"Ptrhi nim!", i ld!fated with heavy Albany Argus or smmmiS g y, -- ly ta-j.- e mean-iirgla- rs m m tuft-hunt- in Bay-nrt- a, .. - n D?ath-Dealin- g i 1 t Itut-instau- to-da- y 2.-T- here -- to-da- :i.-- The - 111 IIA A3 mn t i " "V.a-hinot- 2.-- ad-era- l, ship-builde- rs V car-bu- m mutil-demohshe- d, ;. d. to-da- at-la- te enrth-bequeat- bs committed the burglaries and . There is consequently a lnige exodus of the and gentry from the city. Live stock, generally, are reported by correspondents of the State Commissioner of Agriculturo to be in good condition, with full average as to numbers, except sheep and hogs, the former recorted at n to ouilki.Uit wml t umK iu to iitim- .btjrs. Hogs are reported nt condition vails to a considerable extent in tho cdun? ties of Nelson, Ohio, "Wayne and "Whitely, and iu a moderate degree in Breathitt, Graves, Hancock, Jefferson,. Muhlenberg, Owsley nnd Perry Counties. Mrs. Sarah Pearman was presented by the employe of the Dueber Watch Case Company, Newport, a purse containing $17I.J-0Mrs. Pcannan'sson was drowned in the Licking river a short time since. Seventy-oncounties report to 4tho Stute Agricultural Department toliacco at SO for condition and S icreage. Recent rains havo made a very marked impiove-men- t in and if frost early we niay expect un averago condition for this crop. The bodies of tho five persons 'drowned in Green river, near Mammoth Cave, were recovered after a two days' search by the entire community. A great quantity of dynamite was exploded in the river, in order to raise the bodies. One of thchrse-ba- il uncoupled the wagon in his death floated down struggles, nmj the wagon-Wstream. It was strong enough .to, .havo bore the weight of the entire party had they remained in it The other horse swam down the river '"00 yards, dragging bis dead companion and the fore wheel-o- f the wagon. The young man who was drowned was on excellent swimmer, and it is thought that tho women and children clung to him until all of them were lost All the victims, with tho exception of tho yountf man, who lived in. Cave City, lived in Monroe County, und wero returning from a visit to Grayson. The husband of one of the women drowned had been lelt behind by reason of illness, and when the news of the death of his wife and child was told him. he relapsed into n comatose condition, and is not expected to recover.., A special to the- Cincinnati JZiquircr says: ''John S. Rhea, a lawyer at is 'a prominent candidate for Congress in the Third District now represented by John E. Halsell. Tho latter is n candidate for and a hot contest for the Democratic nomination is in progress. At a recent public meeting at Elkton,Rhea, iu a speech, charged ono T. F. Hite with certain electioneering statements in behalf of Halsell. Hite sent Rhea a note asking for a retraction, which was refused. Hite then sent a challenge to a duel. Upon receipt of this challenge, Mr. Rhea told the bearer he would answer him soon, nnd going to his room wrote a reply. Rhea declined the challenge to fight a duel for several reasons. One was because he had no sort of sympathy for tho code that with deliberate intent sought thesheddingof one's own or another's blood. Another was that the laws of God and man forbade it and the final reason was that bo had one dependent upon bim for support and owed protection to her, and that acceptance would disbar him from tho" 'practice of the profession he had adopted as- a means of livelihood, and would leave him without means of support" A soldier named Richardson, residing at Milton, Trimble County, has been granted a pension by Acting Commissioner of Pensions McLean. Richardson is totally blind from the effect"? of disease contracted in Andersonvillo prison. He will now receive $72 per mouth, nnd the arrearages allowed him, for which a draft has been sent him, which amount to On tho Haner farm, near Old Deposit Station, nine miles from Louisville, Martin Duke shot and fatally romded James The .trouble Finn, his brother-in-law- . arose from a quarrel between their'wives. safe-robberi- e-. was considerably damaged; by firo a few days ago. CniEF or Police "jVh.ai.len has opened war upon all the crook- - and suspccts'ot Louisville, and has served, notice upon them to clear out or go to tho workhouse for a long term. This action - rendered necessary to get at tho crooks who have i- short-haire- d light-finger- s-- ir """V, '. . e thi.-wee- d, d - Ittis-sellvill- e, ,J 111,7-16- . Duko escaped. Work was begun a' few days ago at Bardstown on tho extension of the'L. and I N. road to Springfield. t passenger train. on the A fOtTH-BOt'S. " Jr r, -- -- -- s. .,,, ,.... ed re-p- lo. $& Cincinnati Southern, railroad was wrecked near Dry Ridge, Grant County, tliirty-ou- e miles from Cincinnati, the other morning. Mot Coombs, the oldest engineer on tho road, was killed. The conductor; fireman were hurt, ,T"he pasand baggage-mastsengers escaped injury. The grand session of the J"riihU of Pythias, of this State,' will b held in Newport Septemb-- r Stand 2JJ"" tfV,Company bw The Newport rained a salt against ths City ot Kuwport er Gas-lightin- g InvolTlni-abcutlXOiOOo- ; iH - . i u,. &. ' J L - A" - f mtSaeL- ?'1"'s!1' jqfclL - Vs., ?"j-- ''5"1t --- .ii vi Ik s r? r--. . V -- . 57 - v - i A j" ' mmmm I -- i ' 3 TALMAGE'S SEIUION. A Heart-Reachin- Discoursn on "The Vacant Chair." g , , That Embrace Every Home The Chairs pintle Vacant liy Ahsenco a and Death "Thou Shalt be .Mlwl Recanse Thy Will bo Empty." A Subject -- Influences are combined. Tbat old chair has htoppod rockine for" K001 mV?y years. it may be ,of or th set up in but It holds a queenly r"w" yet. W ten at midnight vou went int- - that frog-sho- p to get the Intoxicating dr did y3u not hear a voice tbat said: ''My son, why go there!" And louder thnn the boisterous encore of the place of wicked amusement, a voico ret, &' -n ,- saying: f H t-- Rev. T. DeAVitt Talmnge preached bis first ermon on his return from his sum- avo'ca saying: "What mer jaunt, in the Brooklyn Tabernacle knew you would your mother do if sho wero here?" from the following text: , And you were provoked t 'n yourself, pon, wr.vp nnd bonnet everr ' n11 lis,to inexpress thanks in a set spec i. to V. Thou bhatt be m!sed, because thy seat will and you turn, led an inviv-liii- r charged yourself with superstitauten with cotmider.ible left. Il,,e vi t be empty. I Samuel, xx, 1. propnated. One ol the arbitrary ,L!!,iaP Jthe beginning of thL, Set on the table the cutlery and chased tion and fanaticism, and yo"1" nea,, Kot a book for tlio use of nients. however, which will uotl,;.lu,reJ i,i silverware of the palace, for King Saul with your own thoughts, n" J'011 went Inforthrommg styles, . 1,0 thV a"R containing hit i w.t N ..f will jjivo a state dinner home and you went A distinbed, a"'1 n0 sooner J " ""-- " itierswni b jknowledgment for ever, u,v u. i .. guished place is kept at the table for his had you touched to bed than a voice UTTbK TItniMI.NO used, .pertory of the German stage. - ', , ' the a celebrate warrior, David bald: and much more will be nccom'nir.v , jttulsthau. by name. The guests, jeweled and the way of fine effects in fittint-nJ!- ! -"What a prayerless pillow! Man, what " ""urujr plumed, come in and tako their place. is tho matter?" ing. Stripes, rjcAbTn ofllcials of Brooklyn. rii.l..del- w& When people are invited to a king's banThis: You are too near-y"- r mother's Ti bia, Baltimore nnd other cities mdoi e quet they are very apt to go. Cut before lucMiig-cnaichecks and h.n Stau Cougu Cuiie. Tuenty-flvother fabrics touts the covers are lifted from the feast Saul "Oh, pshaw!" you say. "Tho e's noth- bottle. for combinalooks around and finds a vacant seat at ing in that. ntr from where tion v. ill bo the table. He says ithin himself, or per- I was born. I'm oOO miles off from the "WA'the man intoxicated wlo fell in !, s.dm mii in haps audibly: church whoso bell was the firt ""io I Afjf le circus tent last evening!" aked Mis vogue. et, Se Groof of her husband "U hat does this moan? Where is my ever heard." "Nu tin mat yrmJk while tints m as an ngntN" was thoropiy. lio wai Where is David, the great I can not help that- - vou are too near case, it the " alkmg a LKfc warrior? I invited him. I ex per tod him. ' will nut by rocking-'ebat.jlVhat? A vacant chair at a kind's bannny means Oh," you say, "there can't be any thing GnT hair, however caused, is restored to quet !" follow that in that; that chair has been vacant a great ts original color by Hall's Hair IUnower. The fact was that David, the warrior, whilo." h oine ha nil Persons suffering from Ague of long had been seated for the last time at his coHtunies of standing will find a bpecific in Ayer's Aguu I can not help that; is all the mightier it father-in-laCuro. ntmigfe color table. The day before for that; it is omnipotent, that vacant will not pre-Jonathan had coaxed David to and oc- mother's chair, it whispers; it speaks; it A NKW v in I , for cupy that place at the table, saying to weeps; it mony." enrols; It mourns It prop,; it the man w ins he takes the girl: mn ny David in the words of my text: if the girl wins fcho takes tho mun. warns; it thunders. A joung man went gowns CalL Thou shalt be missed, because thy seat will off nnd broko his mother'" heart, will he made u.l bo empty. wh,o he was from homo his mother cntir.K ..f The prediction was fulfilled. David was died, and the Those Jum:fCF.s, Rheumatism nnd tho either pl.nn telegraph brought tho son, Gout, aro relieved by Glenn's Sulpiiuu missed. His seat was empty. That one nnd he came into o r hgured Soap. rewm sho vacant chair spoke louder than all the oc- nnd looked upon the face, wherehe lay fabric, 7r 5 Hill's Haik and Whiskeii Drc, Bluck or nnd her cried cupied chairs at the bantjuet. In almost out: Brown, 50a to every house the articles of furniture take fancy. nnd "Oh, mother, mother! what your lifo a living personality. yet tho letter That picture a could not do your death shall effect. This " What would a woman do withont a of the Ian be stranger would not see any thing remark- moment I give my hesrt to God." looking-glass" is askod. Use another's. cqiinlN You con' t stick a w uuiaii as eaby as that. ful able either in its design or execution, but And he kept his promise. Another vicChicago Ledger. filled in it Is more to you than all tho pictures of tory for the vacant chair. With refer dothe Louvre and the Luxembourg. You re- ence to vour mother the CCRS-,- , Z words of my text main. One Bronchitis is cured by frequent SifeT'rP? Bp doses of Piso's Curo for Consumption. small member who bought it and who admired wero fulfilled: of the will be empty. tostiimoof TuCob it. "And that hymn-boo- k you remember Thou shall bo missed, because thy seat will orol Cloth ' My hearers, I hav-- j gathered up tho lonaoie jai k who sang out of it. And that cradle you be empty. ot for nutty twit shuns spdel, "Ap.THun" like to s, voices of your departed and tried fitting the hguie trimly in the b.iw'th vou writo forYes, we shouldAodress havo remember who rocked it. And that Bible oino one said toaGrecttn general: our paper. your to intone tboni into one invitation upyou remember who read out of it. And letter to the btisine-.- olllce, and it will bo the shortest kind of a "What was tho proudest moment in ward. I set in array all tho vacant chairs that bed you remember who slept in it. your life?" sent to you. V. Y. Jiidcpeiident. rosTII.HI.V AS A I'lXIStt. I in your homes, an 1 of your social circle, In front it opens nil the nay And that room you remember who died He thought a moment and said: tlorcr ft Ir nfnicte.1 and I bid them cry out- plijloth in it. But thero is nothing in all your with Soro Kves uso Br. Isaac llio proudest moment in mv life was "Time is short. Eternity Is near. Take orerru piquo, thin house so eloquent and so mighty-voice- d tip 3 its Thompson', Iiyo Wuter. Druggistsscll iu c. when I sent word home to my parents my Saviour. Be at peaco with my Gm1. length with costly buttons, setlm i as the vacant chnir I suppose that befoi a 'hat I had gained the victory " A New York newspapor boasts tbat Come up where I am. Wo lived together double row. Down e.nh m le of tfroht Sanl and his guests got up from this banAnd tho proudest nnd owns a tomahawk. Wo shonld judge so quet there was a great clatter of wine- - ment in your life will be most brilliant mo- on earth; come, let as live togo her in nre long, narrow revers. these n4y of it the moment when heaven." velvet, and trimmed with ennniclorna-ments- , from tho character of lis illustrations. pucners, nut all that racket was drowned you can send word to your or thoso mat. lied to thoftons Burlington Frtt 1'nti. We answer Hint iuvitnti m. Wo come. on out by the voice that came up from the vou have conquered your parents that the vent. The sleeve m Hose ui3"'l, evil habits by Keep a seat for us, as nanl kept a seat for with a narrow ruff of vacant chair at tho table. Manv have the grace of God, and THE MARKETS. at tlge, David; but that seat shall not bo ompty. held with an ornament toilet thos.the gazed and wept at John Quincv Adams' tor. Oh, despise nrt become eternal viclike patental anxiety! When we are all thron li with tbis world, I'IKCINNiTT, Kept. vacant chair in the House of Representaintket. Other jacket, in Enliityle, MVK Tho time will come when you W 2 50 4 the tives, and at Mr. Wilson's vacant chair in neither father nor mother, and will have ami we have sliak-- hands all nrjund for nre made 10 thoico i so r. 4 25 you will po the last time, and all our chnirs in tho vest showing only at the top, audK'f'ii HO(JS f 4 3 5 the oinm.in and at Henry Clay's iroutiil the place where they used to (ioodr.likers 4 V) i. 4 ;o vacant chnir in the American Senate, you, and lind them gone from tho watch homo elide, and .n the outside world, shnpee are brought out. cut ohor jnint SHEEP Good to choice 3 2V 6r 4 () Oi VI and at Prince Albert's vacant chair in and gone from the tield, and gone h.m,., .shall be vacant, may wo be worshiping liken Kus.sinn tnrkut. with long litoiro FLOClt-Fum- dy from God in that placo from wbich wo shall go coat barks, which fall more than ivirter GKAIN-- W heat No. S.rmt.... 3Z it. J Windsor Castle, and nt Theris' vacant th nelgblwrhoodt Cry as loud for forof n yard No. 3 red chair in the councils of tho French nation; giveness as you may over the mound in out no more forever. I thank God thero the back. over the drapery of thrtin 42 4. Corn No. 2 mixed f will bo no vacant chairs in heaven. 27 Oats No. 2 mixed but all these chairs are unimportant to vou the churchyard, they will not answer. a', f.n'i 4Ji THE FltEMIt I'OMl.SAitr, f 4 No. 2 Ke as compared with tho vacant chairs in Dead! Dead! And then you will take out which revolved out of -- ight for HAY Tlmotlo No. - 11 09 " .' REUNITED AT LAST. your own household. Have theso chairs the white leck of hair that was Iaaf . . 6 has come up amiling, andP"''trs TOIIACM cut from ;o k w u,. Good any lessons for you to learn? Are we nnv , ....... mother's brow in novel nud graceful arrangemenfui'-t' hfn Mnrrl.icn quit? PROVISItlN-I'otuev The Knm.ime of .Mr. MM. . . . 11 V ' II 12' 5 rk jui better men and women than when they buried her, and yoa will take the cane with transform it rather woo(Jeiiet to it N..inl.i 'Millionaire. Lard Prune steam of other dae. A i lebrael N'York 14 Kb Ua.ry first addressed us?, BUTTE It Portland (Me.l Cor. N. Y. -- nn.J wnicnyour father used to walk, and you 20 t', 23 Ohio Creamery 1. I point out to you the deoignern d h father's vacant will think and think, and wih that vou Aionmnco culminated last week in tho 125 H 1 ) i out bin APl'MIs Prune barrel chair. Old men always like to sit in the had done just as they wanted you to, POTATOES Per IS kt, 33 and marriage of a Nevndn millionaire and a latest f hi o it same place and in the same chnir. They would give the world if you had NEW YOItK. lady of tho town of Foxcruft. Thirtv-tw- o never journal Miiibor FI.OUH !tato nnd Western $3 15 , stn somehow feel more at homo, and someyears ago Abram O. Ravage, then n thrustn pang through their dearold honrts. of new ice III GItAlN-Wh- eat (t m No. 2 Cbicao 7 times when you are in their placo and God pitv the young man who has brought young man of maiked buinoss nhilitv, No. i rsl KW , .V.A. .... I . gO bft vuiiio inio ino room vou jump up disgrace on his father's name! God jilty met Miss Chadborn, one of tho inr st beauW4 Corn No 2 mixed ,being .. as ' 41 Oats suddenly and sav: tho young man who has broken his moth- tiful of th rural belles of Bingham, in drawn feet ly POltK-M- css mixed . . ..n S6 "Here, father: here's vour chair." a n LAUD Wstecrn 6tenm er's heart! Better if ho had never beon this Stato. An attachment sprang up from s ; The probability is it is nu modehJie skirt them which, in a tew months, reCHICAGO. for born; better if the first hour of hi. . be is not so strong as he once wns, and he me, insroau oi being amof i'LOC It Wisconsin winter . .f3 ro e 4 on laid against the sulted in un engagement. Tho young m.in ft, 77 ple pjnise in GUAIN Wheat No. 2 red.... needs a little upholding. His hair is a lit- warm bosom of maternal found the quiet little thriving town tn tondernoss, he No. i c hictgo Spring...... H 70i tle frost-- , his gums a little depressed, for had been cotlined Siashis entire ' . 40V and sopulchered. There small to satisfy hts umbittun, and som Corn No. I lengthens In his early days there was not much denOats No 2 it 2T, isnobnlm powerful enough to heal the after his engagement to Mibs Chadlxjrn ho "" 1!) S tistry. Perhaps a cane chair and live heart of one who has brought parents to a left for the West, with the idea of making .10 " rr.I0 211 fir'i are POltK Mess apparel, for, though you may sorrowful grave, and who wanders about his fortune theio nnd then returning LAUD Steam a 7 62;; null na n e b. have suggested some improvements, through tho dismal cemetery, llAIITMOlUS. Bow si velvet rending the for his bride. Ho settled in Nevafather does not want any of your S 08 FLOXnt-ram3 K, hair and wringing the bauds, and crying: da, and prospered from the s art. Hs ribboi cluster Glt.UN ily Wheat No.2 ajli bi'i Grandfather never had "much ad- "jioiuerj business cares, however, of iniikt I 4S iaW- Corn Mued miration for mm lurgeftbo we e t lien r t h had left m SO notions. I sat the iueuiorl"af the pat and "'Worn the t :2 Oiiti. Mixed ot the table of one of my parishioners in a uopes oi ine ititure, you vould yield vour Maine. His letters to her were few and H 55 next t. i,ovc, PROVIMtlNS Pork Mess Ijinl lienno.1 v s former congregation; an aged man was nt heart to God ! May your father's God are n ,. j, ,. ,1 and far between and short. At length tliev - 4 ft 4'j the table and his son was presiding, and your mother's God be your God forever! tur..S(i,p i,0t- - CA1TI.E Hrst tiualUy coased altogether. At first Miss Chadboin 0 S ...n ..1,1, pnll. HOGS the father somewfcat abruptly addressed INDIANAPOLIS. 3. I go on a little further; I come to the tried to excuse bis apparent indiffereneo ei mjj nmo Wheat-N- o. 2 red the son, and said: "ft $ invalid's cb'air. AVbat? How long have on the ground that he ii.ust b ve: v I usv f'iw'.'ii,'tiytrSB: ii) Ti,e Corn mixcsl .3 in his new Hold. Then sho grew melan"My son, don't now try to show off be- you be"n sick? po'on.Ais open Oats mixed 25'i choly, and afterward resentful. cause the minister is here." hII the V down "Oh, I have been sick ten, twenty, thirLOU1SVILLB. In tho meantime sho formed the acYour father never liked any new cus 4 VI ty years." the frn there- FLOm-- A No .$4 U) quaintance of William Bassett, a likelv it. 73 ntking Costuirn toms or manners; he preferred the old of fore tL nr0 GHAIN Whent No.2 red Is it possible? What a story of endur(" 43 Main uml Striped wool panels 9, side Corn mixed young man of Foxcroft. Thoy apparently way of doing things, and he nevr looked ance! There pro in many families (, T.y, en (roods and Vol vet. Ont in my fell in love inicl o happy as when w ith his eyes closed, he congregation of the uirskirt. with oath oilier nt sight. In a orl't 7 PORK .Moss these invalid chairs. The 23 bOO tt few weeks they wero engaged, and wiihiu which in nartly covered bv a bow Jong sat in the in the corner. From occupants of them think they are doing no ends of crinkled brow to the tip of the dippers, good in the world; but that invalid's three months after their first meeting they der nn satin ribbon, which como n unopening in the com.igef the became man nnd wife. Both wero indus what plccidity! The wave of the past chair is tho mighty pulpit years of his life broke at the foot of that they liavo been preaching, from which trious, and as time went on they accumu- polonaise, tie. and fall nearly to tlfront apt all these of the underokirt. lated considerable property. Then Baschair. Perhaps, sometimes, he was a lit- years, trust in God. One day on III1S KILTH, PANELS. an sett w ent to California to tle impatient, and sometimes told lhe island just off from Sandusky, Ohio, 1 improve his for- plain nnd plaited box plaits ancl.ain Many people neglrrtcd pllchtmanlfctatlons same story twice; but over that old chair preached, nnd there was a great tune. A short time n cfharaorln thehve till the fool matter has throne ot ham disagreeable after ho left Bing- round cffeetH, wholly unplnited. bUjod how many blessed memories, hover! I rumors about bis noted on tlie very latest costumeVom powerful as to cauo tcrrtlile crofuIous uui. me lurun um hope you did not crowd that old chair, press me so much as the spectacle not imconduct came to the ears of his wife. She over the hpju Kevernof velvet, or of,ods sores. awful euCertns, nnd, llmillr. as the system of just was at liist almost and that it did not get very much in the one face the face of an invalid over his contrasting with which for the becomes drained of all Its trent;tb. death. rho was actions, and a coi respondentia of a very gown, nre set upon those skirt and .lire, Some have nccleeted distress after eallne. heartboth way. Sometimes the old man's chair gels wheeled in on her chair. I said to burn, occasional headache, and oilier early her af- unpleasant nature sprang up very much in the way, especially if he has terward: between and bended ornaments, laee, silkimp dyiepta. till thu painful disease, has bei . i in in i ii nun been so unwise as to make over all hU come Incurable, and tho victim barely sustains a "Madam, how long have you been pros- them. She learned that Bassett cared no fnnry braids are miserable existence. more for property to his children with the .undertrated?" for sho was lying flat in tho agreement her. and at lencth a mutual ns much the Others neglect that tired feellnu. pains In the was made that thoy should standing that they nre to take care of him. chair. back, weakness, lnncui.r, till genenil debility nnd this moment separate. The nroporty they had I have seen in such cases children crowd kidney or llTcr disease beeoracs tlrmly tlxed upon us if they had "Oh." she replied, "I have been this wav was divided equally between just nnpeared uplhe old man's chair to the door, and then fifteen years." them and there is no hope of recovery. He wlso Id time HihkI s Saraparilla will cure, them. Mrs. Basoett, with her share of the on tliectene. crowd it clear into the street, and then I said: "Do you suffer very much?" when In the power of medicine, (.crofula, salt monoy, opene a boarding-hous- e crowd it into the and keep on "Oh, yes," she said, "I suffer vpry rheum, bolls, pimples, dyspepsia, headache in Foxcroft, which she has kept show numberle.ss crowding it until the old man fell out of it I suffer nil tho time; part of the timemuch rheumatism, that tired feeling, and I was ever since. any dUcaso or affectum caused by Irupuro bluod or newphapcr'.but the Into his grave. blind. 1 1 ways suffer." tow stato of the r Tlera. imte for the older Savage, in the meantime, has been pilBut your father's chair was a sacred "Well," I said, "can you beepyoar cour- ing up Be euro to cot "tho peculiar medicine." wenlth until now his property is wearers and tho rlnce. The children used to climb up on age up? ' estimated at l,OtiO,'00. A short time ago Knghxh open coat the rungs of it for a "Oh, yes." she said, "I am happy, very kiss, and younger .Mrs. Hassett went to Bingham, her old for the ine longer ne staid the better you liked it. nappj-- , indeed." 5.sfc 1 people are the two Soldby all niscl.t. tI;flxfor$5. Prepared only home, to visit friends. Whilo lhcro sho mont at chair has been vacant now for hut t Her face showed it. Sho looked the happopular nu by C I. UOOD A. CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell. ilos. xJwfSiW5S met one of Savage's most intimnto tumn tdvles an et rome time. The furniture dealer would piest of any one on the ground. Oh, not give you fif y cents for it, but it is a a means of grace to tho world, these what friends, nnd she told him nbout introdure.1. II ib IOO Doses Cno Dollar inevery thing that had bappened to bon trimmings of throne of influence in your domestic cir-l- valid chairs. fiom Sav- all srirtn. from velOn that field of human suffering the her since her separation DR. JOHN BULL'S , age. This friend immediately wrote vet with I saw in the French palace and in grace of. God gets its victory. Elward the whole story to tho Nevada millionniie. to plnin sattae throne room the chnir that Pay son, tho invalid, and Richard Baxter As soon in, plays an nn Kapoleon used to occupy. It was a beauthe invalid, ami Robert Hall, the invalid, arranged as Savage received this letter ho portunt roh n a his business for a long absence, tiful chair, but the mostsignificant pnrtof and the ten thousand of whom the world dresH garniture. i. was the letter "N" embroidered into has ntv heard, but of whom all Heuven and told his clerks that he should bo gone and flowers of FOR THE CURE OF the back of the choir in purple and gold. is cognizant. The most conspicuous thing nbout eight weeks. He took the next hhaded velvet, in ynu your tamers old chnir sits in tho on earth for God's eye nnd the eve of .trnin eastward, nnd in a few days was mntrnifircn t nu with the sweotbeat t of his boyhood da s. tiimnal colorings, throne room of your heai t, and your af- - t angels to rest on is not a throne of earthl v factions have embroidered info lhe back power, but it u the invalid's chair. Oh Their meeting is said to have been on af- will strongly rival Or CHILLS and FEVER, long plumes and oi that chair in purple and gold the let er these men and women who are always fectionate one. Although thirty-tw- o AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. "F." Have all the prayers of that old suffering, but never complninins those years had passed since they had last seen fluffy short tips as ndornings for mv .rbair been answere 1? Have all the cou Tne proprietor of this eclobrated medicine victims of spinal disease, nnd neuralgic each other, old memories f vented to la lnrlv'rt nirhirnaniiA U'nlL'in. of that ol I chair leen answered? torture, and rheumatic exruciation will awakened nnd the old attachment sprang over all remGainsborough hat Plain Homespun at justly claims for it a Buperior.ty for the SAFE, up between them. Mr. Savage inndo an Speak out, old edies ever offered to the Dubl'.c 1,laW- History tells answer to the wear! of the martyrs, and offer of mui ring's nnd it was nccepted. for fall I.CESTAIN. SPEEDY and PERMANENT euro os of an old man wjioe three sons we e rise to the mai tyr's throne, and will wave TIIC LKfl.o' JilUTTON. ?. t nrtn nr cnills and Fever, wheth in the Olympic games, and when the martyr's palm I But whe"n one of these Mrs. Bassett at once began tho work of is contesting for high rank in nutunl t ftunn orKirenr. standing. He refers to the victor clearing up her business affairs, nnd two moucs, und has already been recognized If er Ofhort long A they came bnck, thesi three sons, with invalid's chairs becomes vacant how sugcountry to bear Western was sold. French atticrcs. Klbow sleeves, ulnshq entii testimony and Southern of the assertion their garlands, and put them on their gestive it is! No more bolstering up of weeks ago the boarding-bous- o to tho truth bia father's brow, tho old man was so rejoiced the weary head. Ho more changing from Last week sho became tho wife of Mill- with puffs of velvet set in, full lengt' that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if at the victories or his three children that side to side to get an easy pos tion. No ionaire Savage, end the couplo started for sleeves with a deep V insertion of lncj the directions aro strictly followed and carried satin or other goods set in to reach fro out In a great many cases a single do3e has he fell dead in their arms. And are you. more use of the bandage, and tho cata- their homo iu Ne ada. the shoulder to near the elbow, and evj teen sufficient for a curo, and wholo families O man, going to bring a wienth of joy and plasm, and tho prescription. That inCnsolie.l 31yter.- of the Sh nips. pulfed sleeves, nre nil revived, Fren havo been cured by a single bottle, with a perChristian usefulness and put it on" your valid's chair may be folded up, or taken ino.iiHies oecianng wiai a large pulled (Chlcngo Herald. restoration of the general health. It is, fathei's brow, or on the vacant chair, or apart, or set away, but 'it will nover I fect At various times for fifty years smoko leg o' mutton sleeve imparts a slender la howeTer, prudent and in every ca3o mora cor on the memory of the one dcparled? lose its queenly power; It will always to tho ergo, puffed sleeves to cure, if its uso is continued in smaller from thehwnmps of lert score. waist Speak out, old With refer-nc- e preach of trust in God and cheerful sub- has been seen the . K. Djt tain for a week or two after tho dissaso has doses Florida and theory proto yonr father, the words of mv text mission. Suffering all ended With bsen checked, moro especially in difficult and now. have been fulfilled: cases Usually this medicine respect to that invalid the words of my jected to account for it. The swamp is EVOLUTION PREFERRED. impassable, but nen have ponetra:cd very not require any aid to keep the bowels in text have been fulfilled: will Thou shalt be mlscd, because thy scat near to where ho smoko ht to be. eood order. Should the patient however, reulll be empty. Thou slmlt be missed, because thy .scat will Theio, however, they could so. As a woman standing all alone ho si en of quire a cathartic medicine, after having taken I humbly liopo to be empty. 2. I go a little further on in your houe, it. It is even "laimed that some have three or four dosos of the Tonic, a s ngle dose I'm tired of the dreary twnddlo 4. I pass on and I find . and I find the mother's chair." It is very Of the oak and Ivj vine. one more vacant gone directly it without knowing oT KENTS VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL8 will pt to e a rocking chair. She had so chair. It is a high chair. It Js tho child's it, and Judgo Wnitc, an aged citizen, is I've een loo many instances ha sufficient USE no other pilL Where, nature's law dccl'ning. many cares and troubles to soothe that it choir. If that chair lie Price. SL00 per Bottle; Six Bottles for?5. The vino did the supportlm?,. ocenpie I, I think it positive ho was once within live or ix roust have rcckers. I remember it well. is the most potent chair in While the oak did all tho tw Ininp. miles of it when it w.is perfectly plnin. houseall tho Jt was an cl I chnir nnd the hold. All the chairs wiit on it; and the So the weight of rcieutitlc opinion is that Refore I'd marry a man and work rockers were almost worn SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, out, chairs are .turned toward bv peculiar condimeans it is a vapor collei-te- d For his bread and mv own. for I was theyonngest, nnd the chair had more than David's chair at it. It BULL'S SARSAPAniLLA, flefore I'd marry a man who'd place S..l'hnnnnet. tions in the gioat swamp, nivUihle, of SJC)I Art lltA I !..!.. jamuy. BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. " iiimcn upon a in rone. it mane a J At any rate, it makes more racquet. That couie, to one in it, but opnquo to those n And cImuii from ine, h s better half. creaking noise as it moved, but there was I ' a strange house that can lw 1 Allegiance blind nnd mute, dull with a few miles away. We all love mystery, The Popular Remedies of the Day. music in to .. ,uti.. It was just high r child in it. How that child breaks up the nnd mi tbo common voice iiitis that an I'd marry the merest ape and wait ...,... . For him to cvolutc! Trlnclpil Office, 831 Min St.. L0U1STILLE, KT. ua u,utc.i 10 put our. hard wormunessof the place, nnd keeps opening in tho swnnip discliniges a I luo . , HVimaii'i Journ Head Into ber lap. That was the ban'' you young to sixty, seventy and eighty smoko front some nndorgroun l source. ELY'S where we deposited all our hurts nnd years of ago! If you have no child of P worrie. 0, what a chair that was I It your own, adopt one; Snre In.llcntlnu of Poverty, A Curious I.l:t.-iike. it will open LY'S. O was different from the father's chair; Heaven to your 'CDFAuntMh; 'I learn that Colonel Jny is not geti scul. It will pav Monroe (Gu.) News.' entirely difteren. You ask me how 1 its way. Its ct vondtrful Tt it "" A few nighUs ago as Sunk Giiflin, tho wlong very well financially," said one h. can not toll, but we H fe't it w.is differ- Svo the day owing in the morning will X2G . pii.-.- coS a chearful parting, and painter, was strolling along nt a picnic kota man to another. hou quick By' ent. Ierhapth-r- e wa about th is chair iU plcent night will gife No, he isn't." Cream Balm hat the dav a m uj iu the country he saw on tho ground a, nu re gentle more tenderness more cheerful close. You do notlike children? heap of something I lack, and n g.,od deal "Pretty poor, I Mippose?" helped and cured me 2WFEVER& rlef when we hnd done wrong. When Then you had belter stay out of Heaven, of it; nlo a widespread mouth and two we were wayward father scolded, bul for there "Ms, very, ite is one ol the incorrhra. Itufferedfromacule nre so many there thev would legs hanging out of it. When he recovered torn of a new territorial paper raifoa(j mother .rie.l. It was a verv wakrfu-chairinflammation in vy Cr"Zy ! 0n'i' "bout from his surprise he was able to discern company." jp In the sick dns of children other I nose and litad. For them ! The old disciples that it was a living m 's coiled up befote ch irj could not keep awake; that "lie in? Great Scott! I didnt sujgj a week at a timt 1 chair tol.l the motners to keethe children him a very laivo black snake, lhe snake . i.lnny kept, awake, ke.it osilv awake. away from Christ. he had got down to that. Say, I liin, n eovld not tee. Mrs. rab. bad partly swallowed a USA. JL".: chair Veen all the old lullabies and "You bother Him." ij bit. Mr. Giiflin measmed the rcji.ile and his friends ought to take up a collt;on Oeorgit S. Judson. ?)' thoe werldleks v.n-r.- . i, -- k ........ J "'"I J found bun over (.even and n half leet in and try and help him out a. HttU.'Vi; I... .....' JJartford, Conn. n t.iit, lenuth. It was n curious black nntike, Id on- -, ngslnwhlc! Utfrrcrbl tociebnoatrni-I). T.) Bell. ... . 4.. p.tjr having about H foot and n. half ot ll toil flllse in.l fn 4 l.wu.pitj.0,1 -- nj yulpalhtU n.i,u vl WQUWJtil whiter IWJ&f'lSKoft.Ml rbri..so-S,- o pta.-...-.- tsi'-jH- "My son, what do you here?" And when vou weat into the house of sin to-da- y. son-In-ln- 1 r. ( vv "son-in-la- w J" r. w' j- -o ax-a- y were startled, and tho swarthy men began to think of their homes on the Eastern coast nnd of their wives and children faraway, nnd their hearts wero filled with homesickness ns they heard tho babe cry. But tho music went on, and the child cried louder and louder, and the brass band plaed louder nnd louder, trying to drown out the infantile interiuption, when a swarthy miner, the tears rolling down his face, got up and shook his fist, anil said: "Stop that noisy band, and give tho baby a chance." Oh, there was pathos in It as well as good cheer in it! Thore is nothing to arouse, and melt, nnd subdtio tho soul liko a child's voico. But when it goos away from you, tho high chair become? a higher chair, and there is desolation all about you. In of the homos of my congregation there is a vacant high chair. Somehow you novor get over ft. Thore is no one to put to bod at night; no one to ask strango questions about God and Heaven. Oh, what is the use of that high chair? It is toe ill you higher. What n drawing upward it is to have children in Heaven. And then it is such a preventive against sin. If a father is going away Into sin ho leaves his living children with their mother; but if a father is going away into sin what is ho going to do with bis dea chil lren Moating nbout him and hovering over his every wayward step? Oh, speak out, vacnut high chair, and say : "Father, come back from sin; mother, come back from worllline-s- . I am watching yon. I am wniting for yon." Witn respeit to 3'm- - child tho words of my text have beon fulfilled: Thou slialt bo missed, because thy seat threo-fourt! fii-nd- j A pioneer in California says that for the I Origin of a Theatrical Custom. LEfrc first year or two after his residenco in Sierra Nevada County there was not a Tho Kecent Change In Who custom of calling actor3 ami (jra. C.armcnts-Kleg- ant single child in nil the reach of n hundred SlrapIIcfi. .Udl 1.1 COtllfn, " l'u!.t IlitUie t Of oircn1 atists before tho curtain is not tiso.d as miles. But tho Fourth of July came, "mini I rench Polonaise, ght be imagined. Jn Germany it was and tho miners wero gathered toHutton ge famous tragedian, Ludwig Meeves, Etc., Etc. gether, and thev were celebrating tho Sciirodor. Special Correspondent i o, in 1760, first yielded to the Fourth with oration and poem nnd a New You Sirttaml. 1CtM,. ajw boisterous brass brand; ami while tho mhIuoii u,t no jjausc of the Hamburg public and apfteem 4.. bo infected whi, band was playing, an infant's voico 8o meoi peared before the curtain. LeM.r was henrd crying, and all tho miners the capricious disposition of n. season uuk Styl, e' 3 r but did not oi j."ct to KMraw,nS jf the vrv il.in .... ,$e actors appearing before tho emu ing long." It is rather dilllcuit , .ter Schroder had set the exati.jV .t rtlwt its development Hnl fcanie not only tho ill be, general ,.f hence, but at there at a pors to appear in response to appl.,..,,., nnd varieties enough in 'l bv turns. -.- -. promising, threatening and Wlth,l, (irramatLst. discountenant'cd the ca.l n- - .ait e at-to- i ". plaids, o high FF (&r& tisht-ixipe.- m ML iiilypSf HOlfcLEsunulGllL IVot Ami exclusively devoted nt INSTITUTE w ele-ga- ff Ko. 663 Itlam Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. TMIa-dtlph- ia a Hlospitai, bixt a plcnsmal Kci:icd:al Home, organized with A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases. ThU imposwsr Establi-Umewas rtesifrned anil preeto'I to acootnmo.!atc the lnrpe number of InvalUU who visit Ituffalo f ronr every Slat.- - an.l Tcrntor. as will ns from many frtun lan.U,ruat fiev mnv aiail tlreniselvi's of the professional Berrices ot tho btatr ol skillcJ bih. uimts In medicine ani surgery luat compete tiio'Fuculty of tins widcU --celebrated institution. t M ? fanh-ion- 's A FMR &Bm uiur - B&3SIE9ESS-LK- E OFFEB TO ne-.c- SALIDS. u, fnsh-Tail- tin-ti- s Wo earnestly invite you to come, see nnd examine for yminclf, our Institutions, appliances, advantages and giicccss fn enrinff chrome .1is"hm s. Have a mind of your own. Do not list n to or he. d tho counsel or bkcpUcal friends or jealous pbjsicians. who r fcystcm of tnaitmcat,or means of cure, et who know nothing of low an opportunity to misrepresent and endeavor and find, that to prejudice j.pl.- asramit ua. V.V are responsjblp to you for what wo represent, and if you come and viit xn any particular, our institutions, ad antajres or success, Ave will promptly rerund to yoa wo havo espouse, qf trip. Wo court honest, have no faecrciJ, and aro only too jjlad to show all nil nirsiiKatiou, interested and caudid peoplo what we are doicg for bullering humanity. jour sin-vr- -- dnuble-brennte- d niti-ontu- f -- n STOrK-rnttle-Comm- onJl doubie-breaxte- il th.-ui- Ilut.-her- s y, ....., 7- -'i 8n-eotii- ", 1 fcO 1 K T U-tt- f l!,i-el- Ty our original system or diagnosis, we can treat many chronic disease just as successfully without as with a personal While we are always glad to see our pat..- its, and acquainted with them, show them our institutions, nnd farailiariz.' them with our sjst.tn of treatment, ut we b.e not whom we have cuntl. The jx t?ecu one jiorhon m tivi hundn-acciir.iri; with whn.li scientists are enabled to deduce Uie in their seicral departments, appears moist minute lurticulars almost mlraeuloiis, if wo mow it in the light of the early iv-s- . telegraph, the gr.at.st Tuke. for example, the elettro-iruignct- lc of the age. Is it not a marvelous degree of atcurt y an operator to rnrdj, locale a fracture in a which enables caile nearlv thrt thouHnd miles long? Our vert ralue "clerk ot tho weather' has become so tliorourhly familiar witti the most wayward dements of naturo that he can accurately predict th.-i- r movem. nts. Ho can s;t in Washington and fontc.il uiuit the watti-- will lx in I'londa or JvcwrYork as well as if several hundred mil. s did not intervene betwet n him and tho idacTS luimsl. An I f in a!l dc.irtnu nis of modern s. ir.ce. is i.--.t Knowledge 01 cirtam wnai is AiiuA. l'roin ?hes scientists deduce aceiirate con OF clusions regHriiiess ot distance. to, eiita. in medi- or sjinptoras. and by rcaeouof this fact, we iSE. 1 g hae been . rial led to originate and perlcct a sys- " aecuraiy, tm 01 u 11 running, witn uie greatest ptnjuuaily vnhout fctelcg auU tho naturo of chronic dis.iAw.-ssut-man, HOT AIRWAYS NSCSSSAIi' T examining our S1SK patients. In recopnlzinp diseases without a persunil examination of the patient, we claim to pocaeaa no mirjfulous powers. We obtain our knowledge of the patient's disease by the practical application, to the practice of mediprinciples of modern science. .And It cine, of is to the accuniev with which this system has endowed us tbat world-wid- e wo one our aimost reputation of skillfully treating lingering or chronic uffvetions. This system of practice, and 1110 marvelous succr-n- s wnicn nas ixtn auaineu 'staujjigw FiJlD'ICI flliC' through it. demonstrate the fact that diseases liisriiLLUUoi display certain ph.iomcna, which, lieinp sub- abundant to scientific nnalj i vjnnncco ?J. unmistakable data, tosis, furnish judgment S guide th OUubtcO. J i.n.1 B3i&tre' "" of the skillful practitioner aright In detcnnininsr the nature of diwasod conditions. The most ample resources tor treating hngcniig or chronic diseases, and tho jrrcatm skill, anr thus plactsj witmn the easy reach of eicry invalid, however the disint he or she may reside from the vb sicians making our treat-in.'i- .t oniri-n.of such affections a specialty, full particulars of scientific sjst.mof examining and treating patients at a disl'ooplo'js Common ciiso tance are contained !n D. ITIclicnl Adtlscr." By It. V. I'lcrcc, M. post-pai- 1000 Tagcs and colored and other illustrations. Sent, lor ocrw.itc and your in Or d.cnl. treatise, on your inclosing ten centswill compli-tparticular disease, etaiui. and awith our terms for treatment and all particulars. be cent j ou, PATIENTS. tl U, d, $1. M CQW.M.OW well-know- 1 "'.' arm-chai- r, lii n fuet, one that apiieals to tho ju Igmcnt of every thinking person, that the physician who devote It la a bis whole time to the stu.'j nnd investigation if n c nam diss of mist tnocrae better qualified to treat such diseases than ho who a'teiupts to treat every ill to which n h is heir, without giving sieinl attention to any class of diseases. Jlen. In all ages of tho world, who havo become fatuous, bave devoted their luet to soino Sccial branch of science, art, or literature. lly thorough organization, and subdividing the prart'oo of tnedleine and surgery in this institution, every invalid is treated by n specialist one who devotes lr.s undivided utt. 1 m to the inirtieular c!a- - of diseases to which the case tieionw. The 'viedical s.ixce ..Hers a vist held for investigation, and no physician can, advantage of th.s arraugeme.it must obvlrus e, v;ltUia the brief limits of a ai.hxe the highest degree of suux&j 111 the treatment of every niaUdy incident to humanity. o"--a--1 e life-tim- 8m$BB AB APPLIED TO B2EBZ02NE. . otn-ig- hec-t...- 1 .ita non-tens- e. now-lnngle- .1 jiother'li iat -- sflailt a thvj-Usb- uto twAwm 1 arm-cha- ir LAKU-bto- um & Think of heart-broke- n Ttnp-tonis- m f.ihh-io- u nevn-niulnt- m Ti Denii-fceaso- n poor-bous- e, 1 lirst-cla- ss s b. 1 good-nig- ht Jf Hood's Sarsaparilla fi' I- e. Picot-edge- t Siniffs Tonic Sjroj FEVER ad AGUE ... arm-chai- r! roll-ca- ll iss-iin- artn-ebni- r! vv 1111 a statement of a cat. for consultation, so that we may know which one of our Treatises to send. !M vc have a sjiedal Department, thoroughly-organized- , C')t:.iiiiiitloii, lioth tbrouu consti-tu'.-- -s and duv and at our Institutions, Luhg Diseases. i Diseases of ment of D!sease3,ofotcd exit tunvtlu to the treatWomen. Every case an important specialty. ojr sjicculists, whether by letter or ta publish three senanit liooks on T.asaL Wc the most and Throat and I.uok Diseases, which itivi much isluaMe Informntlon, ..... ittinrmn fcEK.' person, is given T.m,rrtt.,.. carciulfoitH Y,r.considcr- menu m tnm ilz- - I A Tnatise on Consumption, Laryngitv. and lironchltls; limo nftt nlrnn.lv" iofllfMl tVir alr,ll sf nil zwua&.i4 A Treatise on Asthma, or I'hthisic, , post-paipr. ten cnts. ten cents. the home phj sicians) lias the btnclit of a full Council, of skilled gumg new and successful treatment; price, pot-paiICoums for ladies in tho Invalids' Hotel aro very pri-- v (3) A Treatise on Chronic Nasal Catarrh ; price, iiost-paitwo cents. iid ate. cents in stamps large Complete isa . " r.iver Complaint." Oh on .Diseases ten Women, illustratedfor ournumerous w ood-cu- Treatand """"I Ivnen-iaat with Rieci?Cs L t minute C.uiMiiuilion. ., t iironJc.wr fllar- - colored pn-tinc 1W uigesu. , . . . U ilLUULU iapc-voriii- ., ui.'i Kiiiurfuaueciiuus I riinpnTiAii I riica, h n nnioiiL- - th.s eiimnit o fr.rench. or RlTTRE,no in thn fii.-- Il n D J ntn I UiULU i lU.i. jl tn aim. nt of which our specialists ba J .L'iL'AL Otirt i" tnjttrr of how long stjnding, or of what si7e, UUiiC and permanently cured by is jm jjixujuj vr j4 ji'tam'sl gmit suwss. Many of the discist-- s ' . ur f;icciali?(s, w illioui the Knife n:T-ting the liver and other organs contnhuung in their fune- - g OF and LIRE. without dependence upon trussew. ol aig.tion. are 'very oos.urc, anu are noi lions t . tne pr Abundant rclcrcnccs. Send ten cents for lav men and phtsiciaus for other by both maladies, and nt ts t mpioved dirtcted to the removal of a Illustrated Treatise. diw use w In. Ii docs not c jnt. Our Complete Tn atie on Diseases J'ILiUS, FINTUUE, and otter diseases affecting the lower of the Uigtst've organs will be sent to any address on receipt of bowels, aro treatcsl wjth womlcrful success. Tho worst ens' of sumps. pile tumors are permanently cured in fifteen to twenty days. ten cents in postage IIHIRSITVS DISEASE. DIARETS. and : r.d ten cents for JUustra.cil Treatise. Kin.ir.1 maiaqiiv. nave oc.n very largei; treated. f7TT".- -Organic weakness, , nervous debility, prcmatnro and cures cilecieci in tnousiin.ls ot cases which had 'S of th memory: involuntary vital ' ' Tliese been pronnunet d hot. absence ! .taratad mtunciioiy,mental anxietr.and Kin n I UISE&SES. rcadilv di.ignostKatiHl. or determined, bv chemical r, UiSEflStS. 01 affections, are sieedily, weak lkick, and peranalysis ot the urine, without a ik rsonal examina Itawmaaaka drcd thoroughly tion or patients, who can, tlicrcforc, generally be manently cured. MieccNsfiilly treated sat their homes. The study and To thoee acquainted with our institutions, it Is hardly necessary and m!cr.eopical examination of to say that the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, with tho practice of chemical analj-sithe urine in our consideration ot cases, with refcrcuce to correct branch establishment located at Ko. 3 New Oxford Street, London, diagnosis, in whieb our institution long .10 became famous, has i:ng.and. have, Tor many years, enjoyed the distinction of bcin;r naturally led to avcr extensive practi'-- m dwasesof the urinary a: t lamely patrorized and widely celebrated institutions in organs. 1'rob.iMy no other Institution in t"v world ha3 been so the f r the treatment and cure of those affections which the largei patroni'sl ov sutl. rs fnun th.s cn.su ., nialidiesas the old arise from joutbful indiscretions and pernicious, solitary practices. Worlds DiK-nsarand Invalid- -' Hotel. Our and worlit-f1m.ago, established special Department for the We, many through a vast and varied experience, treatment of years diseases under athe management ot loinaof Epeci.ilists have these . 111 di 'ermining tho exact nature of each case, gr-a- t Xrin"a been suecesfnl in nicely adapting their remedies tho most skillful phs.c:ati3 and surgeons on our Staff, in order tiave and. t!i.:tnli who apply tousm.ght receive all the advantages of a full for tin ure of each individual case. Council of the most experienced si Baalists. These ilelieate diseases should be carefully treated v' offer no apology for devoting bo much fi by a specialt thoroughly familiar with them, ami i M- lCAUTIDn. j I attention to this neglected class of diseases, who ii competent to asccrtari the exact condition I ,tl , 5 believing no condition of humanity 13 too and stase of ndv ancement vv hieh the disecse hjs j wretched to merit the sympathy and best FiPninPY UU made (which can only be ascertained by a careful chemical and aj Hfl HrUwOJl. eervicc8 of the noble prolcion to which wo rrom these inn roconical examination of the unne ), for medicines whfch aro bciontr. Many 'them innocently. who fjlicr medical man,tcrriblo Why any curative in one stage or condition are known to do poMfire injury diseases contract intent in others. Wc have never, therefore, attempted to put up anything on doing good and alleviating suffering, should shun euch cases, to cure these we cannot imagine. Why any one should consider it otherwise for general sale through druggists, diseases, although possessing ver sup. nor remedies, knowing full than most honorable) to cure the worst cases of these diseases that tho only safe and sucecs well from an extensive csiieri-ni-- e wc cannot undcrstaiid; and yet of all the other maladies which f ul course is to carefully determine the disease and its progress in nfliict mankind there is proUiMy none about which physicians chemical nnd microscopical examination of the in ccneral practice know so little. each case by a urine, and then adapt our medicines to tho exact stage of tbedto-eas- o We shall, therefore, continue, as heretofore, to treat xdth our and condition of our patient. best consideration, sympathy, and skill, all applicants who arc sufH or nction we attribute tho fering from any of these delicate diseases. ... To this wiso course Most of thesecascscanbctreatcdbyus'whcn WfiKHFRFlll H marvelous success attained bv our specialisis in Pnocn 4T Ur.UC iiuiiuuiii that important and extensive Department of our UUiiCU fil flUiiii.. at a distance just as well as if they were hero QllPPCCC i Institutions devoted exclusively to the treatment in person. OUuliCOO. I ot dis.i 3of the kidneys and bladder. Thetrcat-iOur Complete and Illustrated Treatise (1C3 pages) on these subment of diMeascs of the unimrv orsrans havinc- jects is sent to any address on receipt of ten cents in stamps. constltutcd a leading branch of our practice at the Invalids" Hotel of the did cult and Surgical institute anu. ueiug iu cousiain. receipt 01 numerous j SUHSiCiLI toHundreds surgery most annually operations known are modem ierfoniicd in tho Iniuirics for a complete work on the nature and curability or thcso most skillful manner, by our Surgeon-specialistmaladies, written tn a style to be easily understood, we havo pubLargo Stones are safely removed from tho lished a large Illustrated Treatise on these diseases, which will bo Madder, by crushing, washing and pumping them sent to any address on receipt of ten cents m postage stamps. out. thus avoiding croat dantrer of cuttmtr. ""'"' J iNFfcATmATION OF THE BI.A1- - Our specialists, remove cataract from tho 0 c, thereby curing blindthe Y S.TOXE i.v 'rjjr: ixi.adukk, ness. They also straighten cress-eyand Insert artificial ones 1 Rlftilili-- n S f;rarci Knlarccd Prostate fMaml. Itc2 when needed. Many Ovarian and also Fibroid Tumors of the teutinii of Urine, and k.ndre.1 aiT.ti.ins. Uterus arc arrested in growth and cured by electrolysis, coupled ! Diseases. may be included among those In the cure of which with other means of our invention, whereby tho great danger o our.. snecialists have achieved . extra nrdmnrv sue- - cuttiDg operations in these cases is avoided. Uso , . . . . . ;s : 1.1 Ipcciallv has the successor our improved operations for Varicess. These are iuny treaieo 01 in our musiraica pampmct on cocele. Hv urocele. Fistula?. ItupUircU Cervix Ltcrt. and for Itup-tur- ed Unnary Diseases. Scut by mail lor ten cents in stamps. Perineum, been alike gratifying both to ourselves and our 3 STISICTOIinS AND ITUINAUT FIS- - patients. Not less so have been the results of numerous operations Hundreds or cases of tho worst form lor Stricture of the Cervical Canal, a condition in the female gen- S TCJ.E. TRlfiTllSF I niu uuu. 5 0f Etncturcs. many of them gretlrain.Tavated tne cure ot in ilarrenness, or Srtcnuty, bv the careless use of lnstrmncnt.lfi the bands erally resultingpainless operation, removes and commonest winca, this ol imr irinrurienee.! iihveicians and sursreons. caublnflrf!?c njssatres. by a safe and tho bearing of offspring. pediments to complications, ncnuary consult us on any one of tho above maladies trill bo urinary listulas. and other case of this class ts too difficult for for A Complete Treatise the sent on receipt of ten cents in stamps. rellot iind cure. Tliat no skill of our sjiecialists is proved by cures reportd in our illusAlthough wo havo In tho precedlnir paratrated treaties on theso maladies, to which we refer sith pride. To Chronic graphs, mado mention of some of the special intrust this class of cases to physicians or small txperience is a dangerous proceeding. Many a man has liecn ruined for life by so ailments to which particular attention is given by the specialists at the Invalids' doing, while thousands annually lose their lives thrugh unskillful Diseases Hotel and Surgical Institute, yet the institreatment. Send parVculars of your case and ten tcnta in stamps skill, facilities, and tution lor a large, illiiatrateu treaties containing many tesamonials. Specialty. paratus abounds in successful treatment apof for the raeaunMaaniB or Fits, Epileptic Convulsions, of chronic ailment, whether. re HERVOUS or PaNv, I.ocoinoiororAtnxin. quiring for its cure everv form surgical means. medical or inability St. VUuh'w Dance, Im,oini:ia, All letters of Inquiry, or of consultation, should be addressed to to sleep, and threatened insanity. Nervoim DlSE&SES. Ucbllltv. arislmr from overstudf.excessfts. Mnri WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, other causes, and every vanf.v of cervous affec tion, aro treated b our specialists for these diseases with unusual See numerous caecs reported In our different illustrated eucccs3. 603 Main Street. BUFFALO. IT. 7. Mu-.n- Air IPiixsaueH and l.imus, such as Hmi, Throat Chronic Catarrh, I.nryn gitlH, Ilr.uicliItlH. Astlima, ivii l TI10 trcntnicnt of llien'.e oS tho I pampMcts on ncnous diseases, any one of which will bo sent for ucciitsin posuige stamps, wiien request lurmeiu is accompanicu ' -' I con-rulti- njr corrt-8ondt-n- ou d, d, d, ts s asi:irA s is-..- infn-'iuentl- v ni.-tak- tn-atn- I J !.. nr-r-l- n a. H m - s. teTICEJ suit, es 1 ....?.. hi Ta-rnlvs- is, over;-conceivab- lone-standin- g i SCHOSNHA'LS, "RENAISSANCE" SOAP. (Copjricht Secured.) There In nothing more plealns thnn titoft. tmooft sm. free frum res. blotfhes and pimples VVa cansaf.lyK'iaranie our SKIS' SOAP 1. the cure forali.liedesof thekln and scalp that Das ever been ireentsl 10 Hie pufillc If you -desire a cle.ir htnllhjul. tharm.no eomplezian, use ftnian- .s.i( Price. 2i cents per cake. Sold by all le.Tttnc(Iru;:?t-t'- . er;cnke Ina box will be scat By mail on receipt of 75 cent by tlu-iu- gh 1 let DR. JOHft BULL'S Ile.t l ho world, lirl the ccnulne. Kt Cry partn- - lia nur rXr:ft.l.ninrU mid la frazeja. JIVMJH inurLed kill Wt K AZER A5C;9 VWUKUK. wniiuauai. ?frri aV.t'wlSt.a:iMi,.. E.VJlw. - .inuM aj. HAXDS, JfiV ..4 FACE,tn.crclM. FEET, tllr Uviaj Vmkoeanl, S3eniii Hair, WOL Wwu, l!tb. Fn.tb. Imtiuul, C9jCi J Bixk It. Srm, nuisx .11 iDdoJloc FacfaL BirUi Mow., II Rad jioaa. Araa, aad Ui.ir in' nuUi Fiotycr Sarpllc end for onr varioua catalogviea. Uall ordermollctted. noFFHAXN HKOi., WJiTCnIALSi gfn.i'nrtna HTIST3 " Color. lteoauae Wort Wax lCSUalu Street. CiacluajUl, UtU. ' hrr fT bu.inesa inUauacer, E.J Jsaiuon. Morphln .- .- ..- 2 a Sole 31a:iufacturers. ri.VCI.W'ATI SOAP COWPAVY. Clncluuuti. Olilo. fS7 Cough WHEf All ftSE fAltS. Uae Syrup. Tastrigood. Et fej CCRES l0 ..,. f?A-5-A?iVLD- M lLM liilll nd NOVELTIES FOR DECORATION Arllsls' and Amateurs1 C "me Sold I.v dnKiruH. Igl 13 PI WANTED A WOMAN localltyl Salary of energy lUferencex. M Barclay bt,N.T. Outfit in Oil and Water Keoi.ve -- " .l Send for complete f ata'.cgucs. A.. IS. .Tr., 186 Wist Fqlrth Stefet. C1XC1XXATI. O. Decflrntc "Vour Home. lots. Lustra rainting. S0,800 eggPEITIRS to file kinds mer dress free J"""?. K. BOTH A up.o., Kew Hnblt ! (a id aaya. OPiOM Dr.J.atcpneaa,o pay acta enrra. .Oka Cure Im CLOSSON, A BAT. the bone'tffet. Writ olV'iATMKTf SAW FILERS $5 TO S8Llaei not underJSamplei wor;h SI. M FliEK. Hand. lUp. Butcher. Buck. Prunlnc and al BMWSraR iurKTT HI UOLBCmca,HIly,aik. of sw. o they cut than erer. Two llintratea clrrnlars niEB. better Adoxroitn. Penn. EDUCATIONAL. KEVC ni-s- git . SlLl '& "SS to Cut Olf Horses' Manes feietiratea " t:vi.i"Ji;" IfAI.T- r uml IIKIDI.K Cnmblnct, can not be i!!ppe3by ny hor. Sam ple tia.ier 10 s llie L s No Rope 1 lit y? $ty w. fir j.u. LiouTiioiss. nocnej'er.N rB-e-nd Iree.onrec'! t cf S.1. 8t:tbyil Saddrr. Special and HarneM lUrairo Dealer Trade. Y dc 1'rtrrl i.e.' nt tn itH rr half-grow- .,rifiu ,.. .... J,,:,r"i'7L"efcdHeaTn .. .,. HAYF.VER x i - ? 1 fI lVO.MIEKFUI. ElOllt." Pnorirs. U10 Bi'sixkss. prtiular circular, anrt s?nn Bock, aridreu rot i,yC'U.Ms )vsrt.x.ai,--c his State to toll U10 m:i.lfiu Bio AGOODLiyEiiPil xMf.?m, t, r t&m rs $&&$$ c ' ' - SI PIUM habIt sa-aalar m Cincinnati. Addreja - 1. JirTTKB, D. 1- FKVALE COLLEKK. meen mu-no- rtnof DQlendal.0. Secure aBualnestEflucatlon by UnUC HTtmiT.BcaixssaCou.sdt.UiiCaluJa'.r. nUrnCmt Lfrom .tl v J: a lime. ys'iifalllblercincdy. Xotapartfclepaln orelM;,n,k heti cured, llacdnoraebooa: . DB.C.J. iVEATliEaBV.KaiuaiC.ty.JIo. P HOME Iouj pf y o 1ICS AJI.K.-- B. IY1IU.N 11 School-H00L3- IATIN AHf MEEK tne 'hUKUSUH. CLAICS." Sample pate and Cata-, . free, ucfurcr a hona. Talnut Street, Fhiladelpbua. J'a. STUDY. at Mt.MT.ufie c CrCA 0 J 1093 Bavr4 f"ed U ItTfl ,0ir,?Irn ot Iidlp In . neh county, "W,1SULI IJO.; oala. MONTH lle.!iiir r,t tls WltlTlSOTe ABVKRTIIKHI " ATrMaiM fcj - finW xiSJL. .'a.j & 4 t 'JHf fcfj yu m . t -- -' waBTw; ai J HI SICfflliH CQUP.I3H. EARrflQUAKir Y.r i Tlo"Visilation in tlio .... South-- ! haiuvay a v,,w ,,f n(i.iuatk. j w :'ww i t JJte;w- - 4 r A Jew ;.. th.- - rHi!y rjyU'tn oft, mmm sb"" '" maSlt h,IB betWsyw tut , v..u Cl. vt nritiv WM if i .1 itturoiintry c'wu'6iiw nitmoroii4iiatni ,' , . ano nam- nuent twOtohnYes, they say the world is going MO.. i rn ...........,...,..., .7" '.. iHiIepctiti-.SHIPMENTS 00 CONSIGNMENTS . . r '..,.- ..,...,t,l.,l,,i,1ia nfli 1.11.1 n.ii.. tr . r ri!. --..f.. V4i ( kmvJ& - ZVKWxmUtihHiHihnlUt . t to au cud. TIIPV liaVP!i.imit '." turn :u i !.. nuiriib ii v. a. - iiariiatiiF a' in inme . .... i. rv nun i.tti crut. mr iii, lllMl "," T.i.-" JT"xi y ' "i"'i"" : "":.;rV.ut n...rl,s.nl ,,d Savannah an to. "?" "V .,"1.. .n:ir i '...ittrj. rrwltire Jliat nmj U p!r-r--l . ..:.i ;t . ti.nn.nml times, more or " "J . 1, w.r aCSS5I?C2 TJ : . ... .i . ... kef ...It- - nf .,!....... il.i. toll liricksfl'OIII Chilli- VJfrM i !.l tlll nvtcfK l.'nr T........1.. .t l.i. in M'Ua i, f) ' !giei iu" 33i 3KS2M jA ' 3r I P. fr. Oil .. on- ..urt.pv. V..ff ,. ,H.lJ J. 2' ?' Wl Rttnteiior. i rai'k l. 8. ftaUSP Picture li : I.. .. ...il., , I,. .-; -toi -"ow, twenty yciirii iuo rawpn-j;.I I, ilmU.' !iu,Ti,ft,l rzasm&sn ,'u:I . .' .Vi eKVJjira ,r., M lfl vt.mi,.. i. U Ju 'WHEAT, APPLES, &c. . ""TIt-tiT., It wan: city, audi., p.u ni the MM Prnoftlic Rcpublidii .rlj have 4T f" " f "', . i HMii.g tl.c lifopli-nlWtlmn'' nlurm t o" that .l,W rPpPntcd "They Wlifiiil urkft Kpftton tisind M coa-- t. tin r nt. hoi it district nlouje tin. jj Government wimld tmmc.uatPiy fiotI1,.tl.in liko t1i!: l 1hr 1 ,, Ik ITfSs ty jhtb v. ai.i,ou-- e Tin- - pnit.li is liclu-vcn w. to be hi; habitant liad recovered fjom 'Jmt a dull; iith,t expai- co to the hatH and, nio!e if It i mM W js rier t? muv usca mt.,k2?. iw ak. of and tho enaatlon wiih ws&itiout to'li cWit,ie,i utni uci-irkfbh W mv,,JL,"! tV1' ,"' ."T1 ",?WM ffi Iintidrt of ; the cIohciI by :i lid crust of ri& re- Rhoniu nn-i- into the 3fi .. Pl vrinldi thicknpnK it, .liftVrcut ,,. of mind,i whou thu far moro vio-- ! t;m; .j r ,u,l ,,. i;w. ukvbI WJ!' ? "j?. 'w ' r" ly owflo. u hi r- ' -, .., . o la ea as npiiincratic tiarty. oiti oenoni .niu i' . mJ...rt.!lt r,. . ,wrni vUiintimi ur.. .. AV- -litlA4iuifhv.it. ;..vit -., - .., J Oi.l . I r...j nr H.ll J UK K IIIIU" LdllliJ. llin HUH ., l VXfitl hk OKI . . . t .r Ia M. SJUhol.ni m.1 x, !.,! .imu 'm-- . :"" rncm are an on il.. yuI.hMiIkl" teriiil in a more or !os ""'t J. cu"' TucAday mgiit occurrcti, chuiiik !." 111" ilM nu llf!" L iw-"- w up.h.jhw, ,..., ri..i.-i(rMto ft,., Pl,rt1i to rise mill fait tu htlluwti. Ti,.f K,.v" flint Mr. A. liiiKlilifiiiii. ko tlii it rf tltftl tlwy hovan to u,uti,,t.. AUt ... V . 1. o ..r ,t,.rAM....i: "isfn xva- - ...... ,.,t, it. .'.liv -f flmrlo.imii wry i. i..i.i!.., r n n ""-- ' " . uecu Boon ;""1"--.....It.... !.... rn. u.ftr.HK " . .. .. .........1."-- .....1 i.i.iiiliwitiiir l.li.l.- a . tim ttr Mict r.i- -. .i.rcu u pbi. Lul ....... ff.a n hfc .buoreoLh ! vo invito ll aliMiiinii" nf ,M .Kl. f, iiw,r..! :..- - : llft-,.., ...... linw ,. r fl.1. . rlHiti Mr..M.MlIM t .. r . nT HUH RCTflRPn I U lBM '" n ui i.iwhuh nun. iicbttTirif ;Kl,a..f 1MI. i UI.UIUIIUU. me -- -; .1 .i.r....... ,.."-..- .. .. r... j,nij no linKiucKK- , that Mr. V. has Mono forb.'lieMn' tJiat theintcn'oriHin mun.of coiiKtcriiuttoii and wretch-- , cha uor foim ti rM.b Uirirw.nwiiwn i u aM,i inter i;ry (nsods, t lotkn --i.i .fPj.. mnjrU. t or. Hoot, i h.rs Ap. We t :.m .. . mcx lo ...... .. i.imiu,j t I'll COHIkIi lit iti Jo ti,,,, it... :. : t... f... .1 the- p,l.-!- i !,! . ..r.. gonieimn? ui.ii m ! ;u!. . .. i i . fRIfflKHI nrirhCMId-nlf- .. JWwny .... tWMJ'.M. f Somewlint lluid condition nrc t.ili,ps kiicIi a Iinvo nfver berorp cw, mli K I't'VtilVM J.IHI ..hl Wki.-- .. list.uj ,M.i...iilu.. rrr irapntvii i,ui " i;it. tnfl'outiirr mt it v. m iii-i- .t isrk..iMi n,ul, wit fi itricM l(,v k il. r.r FOhliicion him of; that Mr. C. did varH. The iiioRlfriinorliutar-,mimi Iiccn witnenKcd in this country: iher'Uiil-ii r..H-.- l .., fi, ldi.iiMt. i 4 Mrrtu,.. rn:n.-- o -- v.r ..,,...-;.- ... . , net which appears nonie, mu Kirst it tin- loan mbid wm wtiKtirmi: inanv obsrIo",", ror.tliou"lillifpfojoi.jjpu"snaips" mi ifr,. r!JJiril1 of 1SI I in the vicinity of New Mad-- taj 'lift had an object in made in mines.artesian iuurflis stntui had ensts-t- wl hi i jsa5arSKMBK3erT52eaB 2Ty.Xi5E K with a wink, Tftill. V 2&X .. c-. .nrlnl- -l .o.fU'.r. ta iww.j i1HikWn. . ..... j . . rwwr T.'.ST.J ..IH1..(I.F rwim nd ucre even more wWnt than alMjreiluc, ' j.r,, ,M,timt i,.,nl, :r. '1 view an six- to grind for himeclf, it is dtHcovcrcd that theff UmI II.' UnU UI inmfiirt i4Mrw. nf wlf tMJ&P nJS& k B temperature yr'1"1 ,."t thode ot J ucsda.v night in Charles- - t)if.fi. c,n.0tirUtH.ii. j.r.,ff.nur ! increase of Jrtl Tlipy nay that Mrf. I), in not as surface downward, iuidtl,i9 in- - ton, there were few people to fctd Mt) .j c c,f1,ri tiiurkiii .f-- t i ww Mn,b, oiH,.n. rmtntl, l.r t m.nri..of ril. . A .. i ,...,,.. ......i Uij.,,n. noan . H.'4IM at W4lt I. !, .Klaf. fc Ku llf f Lit 1 l suspicion. rntiun !t no frniit tli'.i .t ifi'ffrPC of ll.r.m mil I ln I'. w linnucK in tin' ....,, tmv u - m ...I Ii.miI.v. Motm. uihv pure as some people .... l..lJ..., n i' rn. I'M .....I .,...:. ran ne Mii in any market. Our Stock offlU,. and Mioses Cloaks, .. i n. ... W, imj rnt hhMrlf K4;, f'n i. r,. lidil.i.-"""'' w ' -"' That Mrs. K. is nico sociaide la- heat Hutlicicnt lo melt aflEtM0WI1 coutitrv aflectcd were one story over, n till 1. tar. .t.naM W i lb k4 of tty " "Jftd .Jackets and .Short . ' !! r Mall Ik IV. In4. Wrap., U of the best claj Of GOODS, unule in the' JI.I log cabiuH. The fact that in Sa-- 1 btPt inrrns d. I'lipmnisb p, worn mail r f ' ,?' ' J!l, dy lat is as deceit fnl as the very rocks is soon reached. W tatpii tu rl.rKe Uyltt W,rAll,J,,,'r,,,t In teat I crsian Hyle. .s have be- vnmtiili tho t rumors and rtiisth-- ' ro''" , Certain Alwaome hamlfeonic'ntir Market. As we wild JrrM. ft-jy.a rxrif't W fMtr Mi r t"j devil. YJmt. Mrs. F. is apparently tn sTreir.mi'jhtttrtho HolbU'C in i:m,M hf out clean, l8t whiter, the Stock now is all now, otid prices remorkalily itti-ntL'lit. .IiihL t zj- ! I !M)w.?r iwhiT Tii.iiitMr tjiiti mi itMiiiiiitJi "" . - .". .. . r r "rt fin rt?- .1 '. rn i; rtri.vi!iiivi:f.i.ii.ifM i 'o.. -ifti iiiiihiiiir ,lwil tiieoil(JI,rei to poii.p tlie diiprtion1 ,;, 11 Au M., o1 dnwki low. Jiemcinber we will sell as low x an; ipne. 'ft S Vh rti .ainb Ia, X Y. i I'wK l:i, (i j ftr tm muk mm m IM; out. Ttiat Mrs. G. dresses nicely, IOeks show evulolice u haviyg of Clmrleston, while in Charleston ,,1 Who b.-injured, thus Ur . but, if her tlcltts were paid she been greatly heated and even of u,Cy appeared to como from the 'touT? 5 Mn . j',",.t tu'"u 'f ffoisrs?.-f.T.-- si. ; .t. ivrftTC-RO'being melted. ..'i ttir"w!S?u direction of Savannah, indicates wiUray ..M,i.Jl,.rU,e . j,..h...,, could not do so, and a thousand J,"rtI--M- ltt; Not the a. rM,1. t.n,mr( Vlrr7hdTi .Km w! i.e w of "ttnr in very 0 ,,oint bctwccii the two cit- - ! OITer tiroOMlAHKl rvJri' lo the peo-- . Atlu.rilifiitnniiniiieroiiHtnmen- i iil ;ilof IMrkiniiM the vielnitr. cf C. LI L. fl, mih.ne : CrOJBce t Jir. II. r ...."," ,H" ."".v u,(j tr?i,,K oxpfnencca m :. r: u.' . . . , u TSX tcmllv BC 4a.wL wa.,. .,r i,lf,uo,r U "J Hubburit. - ,i, upou inu.iui.iuiM ui wiiii. uiu.iiiia,..iio. WWi.uuiuiuw mim f i.i tra n numliig irom savanrifnt a .i..i.r. wr,w maris W. TIipv siiv." Well who is hefi Hcsides these lines pt evidence ....j, m" ciiurfostmi ovpi- theannai-.- ' , n, A.Mnr th r.irf. iwf,rLa i iB4 Js ir? 7 ,ai. i J ' "f"r. facts (.,lt Hource of tho earthquake at Wabash ty-t- e m in tin Iuisvllle, la "'': Where .liil lio como fn.nil Wc ; d iiu the very moment of the most vio- - b'aion Pacifir, ftmlfo on. wiiieu i vii .. i.t. it ,...- - i:...tU , :...,..:..,.-.,.,- . nu .'.line. 5w !.....! . .. .. .. ..t t ... If. r..llf.. I.tll.llfl IAP1 I nil i.l it IJ .iihtliii.t .'... ...v.., imcimi wiu.gv.iin..." VW...1...IIIW..i nrt,t buocic strengiuens tueiueory. . SALE AND LIVERY 8TABLE lin.Cl..lllll'. "v " Daak Myntcrfw. hat who can tell usanythlngnbont losing heat in a variety of ways. .v,j vet t,c country along tho of I,,W. d unfriqai-cirait tj la " liiinf Try to trace np one of. A small amount is pjolmhly con- - smllll (jnrolina coast is low.' tta tou V-- ' & ihS&"3 ' or insinuativc duc.cd to the surface, and ntilia. -- w,uii.y itucl uiunarkccl by any of "IgJifit tfouah these slanders, , j KENTUCKY 8TIIKET, ....... i4u r . iiuil.r r .. , 1. .....(,. ,... ..:... toil into Kiiaee. A large amount n.iv. :...n.....:..u i i i i -- DEAL JUt jr.v IIMlllirLTH ilI'lL nrl Cll!lr'Ti;il IU llllll riuij 1iiih.o r ui ohuh u...i ui. coBBtanttjr on Laud for Mr conveyed fn.ni the in- - giou; iiiiuiiiuua be added that it c,., give. of heat is and it may KEEPS nuts . 01 not !, nipper. ior except n a s ., .,, "Tiortnrouguinoagencj ever since it waaBOttlcd, over ! tiOKR8. UUaOIHS nn.l l!ACK:t. it is to catch up Spri,lgH. Such sprues are found -- (,0 years ago, been ao free from 0" lnWi j.Hrelissc.t the sinblt, bor?r r 'obody knows who he is, in many portions of tho known fierioussubieimnean hhocks that him. d estiri! utti of W. JJ. Placimc r .. l wm r.maufi. II MnllnHr thu liuHln..4 ...1 "" ,"?' "" .". where lie came , enrlh, ..ml l : re-- f "IHtnel lire (.rtlirniikfs were Uio hwl ilnngers ' JX".m miDUiud. infrlit where ho livc, or . && gltit & They Hhj! Causes, New and Old Vlieories. ..-..- ! .it, .. "n,0 southeastern t of iho eonutiy occurred .::..in ..;.,t.i AilIIKL - Rtlll WHH 5l ..... te4J I . .,..,.rn... bi-i..i- r.r lhHIi.I M-uia- ,'"' """ n..ir..,f ' vlf,H,,tl't'"' . m t,x,lMVwwd'y . .. .. ! SlaopSHQEpi irt a y-- r - i dBaW TPA A r w i:. rt.rnMurr. "CTJirnoi'UU. pi MMMFR j & nnnai.AS k - a . ( x . :- - il.-.:.- ., " .,. '.',.. :.:,.. "' jjlvff",. ...j i.i... "f .- -- - . a. " J d . a, rr.r. ,.. c ."! :" ! jj . R . - ... V 1 .- -- - . j pK .... " .- - "". oiuw a "a ..,.... . iilw,': JM ip,-enf- ?,-e- - : ftl$5P Wl ;i gJ S uc ter ir li -i- . l.-- . ! - I """'" T'"r' ''""""'" l.-- 1 inr d pawpn-prBiM- : 1 IVrnaTOu I t- ....; , - !.-- lu. 1 --.. I n-i- ;- , . J'- '3P' m.fxmssmsmissr'ji: j. ... nir. ( 7- -r , pT-"- -- - - w-.i- , n I iH-r- Sf-oii- d roi-ksfto- k- - imi.1, i. . ,,.., ,i.i V nlti. .- - Tni-Kihi- v . -- - . fV u ,, ln , oibuStJW,,w lv Z'Tr -- " -- s ! iiuim ;: ":::,:.:, rn,; m,Tiimi u.: .... "'" ':" ; - rti .rr' ". ,??-v:.w"- ,7 J.i. isj j&wk34 fHimarij U) . i M3M .'; "' lUJakifi i f -,.- -....,... I I t .... . SEhffSXi -' .'......, i ! Fte ff L0' a i:. -- inhitZtffS..i SJE?1 T! j i -- ; r I H' vvw.v.v. : ovcr kiiock OI arc Jar Jwrr. ! oniony it ma iT. ...": thp hreder of slanders, ti.o iusti-- . iiiiiu ii iivafc lie firface, which is " jltcr!or to ,a ,lp'(,w;1 .fr (Cliutoa Sitfft, f'ormtij & 0'k 01J Sr.rl ) Tuesday night was felt in Torn,,.: than .,,., i,, W. DIISSTELBIUNK IC rator of family broils and uc.gh.!t,inH ni,Uated into space. 1 he In- - to, Detroit, Milwaukee, St. Looia,; Von iwWo II tke rato uj , lia L,rJ w.. a X'.X- hT.J i.H'kkSafcB.it.i,..i-i.- f i..orhood turmoils. Tho thief of, vas that arc hronghtup r yield xasl an dm.,i1 amonS a aalirillc null iiiwuiiu reveals i ,, . f unusually large area over which U,,i", v? tU' U'""U' reputations and individual happi- - stores 01 noai, ;ii 01 mc.i of III ' m.:;. PXB (!. earth tlirougll radiation. irK force cxiumeci, ami wo know i p 0.llUPr,'V,0rs' furiosi . to ,n ttaiv ca rs fr tarvplisj; ' 3..&33 a ncss. lie is the son of nobody-..a,.r;, ,1 , , H,.u ,l i' .u,! ilV W!ii..t, results fYnm ; some OI tho phenomenn at- nnablo to r ,j u" chums any i...ium tl)u JlboVc causes mint ncceHsai.lv that obody teLs thJi ' it ern nerrcived oat t ' EUtl Suu. ' "M : ., opposito iiw. are in tbo &erU ' 'ii.k. --m h.. vl . f v whatever with him. W henever diuihiiBh tho magnitude of the tbat tbt-Irt nawc J! nrllclfa, but no 1VTO !. nations, able to pay , J,T lrulic t show "3 anv Person begins conversation earth, and as it shrinks the solid The date of the shoek at different feV"nP !v lb- - bu..lr.,l in prnvwe rrry n o- -, .... .. ,v !, : &4we n! sfe, mi eliu jrnrr of Try exterior crust must in some man- - !.., i,i;r.nio- - .!,.,. mntinrr nt. oM'Kton .w. iui--j iii.uii ui.) ii.iii, :.i. ik'iM... r..j, ,.r. . " " .' facilitr for Iho ale awl , .m?r .1li.4aal'svtt.L.4.l. . t.. ... -.. ..tT .t... tiw.Mfa. i....t aa4 Uaeo , j ikhh. ttMt Mlckwrn. Ky U,C .'-es m, 'n. UUPH. VJOtlMUrn aaaa.a. .J ... ,0'; was just a,k them who that fellow is, lesser magi.itinic tuns promucu. ' same ljttt.j.latcl and mother wiirkiriif . . ifrfariPnltv, onof Ike ilaMt wrJewen in the Hwle, ad will siakc; time, . ukA mnw ti .1- - f.. ..i...,l.,.,v. ti.. . , ' -bar . , . .. uiiic iimcn iiu.ui ivmjuu ..( n,0 Hircsses pruuiiueu in inc. ,,a:lrter-hon- r over this wide area, an uf many p.ypriy -- fr.cKruto .,, Jb4.fi . n :. ': ,' .ian " ...' IHICKKAJf MARBLE VTOR&S 111. I l .1: HI 11- .B.Z H v. ( .Mono I will n it hr ; " Mil Mil I'.i- wa wih.h ier" , T1..1 i 4'a in ta'gr vil'tv. . Diuuii aa Ultlilo... ui m.iiiuii, ui uul uiunuw. 111.u . nai. aiMIS lO llC (llUICIlllies OI roa-J- , "toiiii' io.is.-- . .1..,.,... .,., .. iiniiniui ''(a. J1 n .,,,, -- J. m-- . Jww- -. insinuations ilia would otherwise big of the interior are modified he tlie Charleston people is tho ocea-- , swuw a infliogona. tV i T class of agencies, i HICKWAK, KV. s''toc...ir tV , v,.i:,: i0lin recurrence of tho shocks, nnnr from the sneakers mouthi. Jin,l8Urfacc washoflie earth ih ,n iiat.WM.r..-.- ' a..r t:, ,.", them in constant an trrprif? n.n.d ! Mate., to nothing that he has to 0l , mhlH aII(1 ailll the fc ami """r' '" ev.te t, - 21'J Si!w "P - t- - 't5.2:i:j:E:iJB.a'.--s tell, and repeat nothing coming aggregate large bodies of material rom tfeiSS? 4w , Ll""t m:.': ' f.'i:l 1' work of rethe I thr m life, h 8a ' from his lips. IJy so doing, you are carneit away ami uepositeo in pairing or rebuilding their shatter- ..... ' oav tt talimiST :1li srlnl ti &ZJL1.ZK IS ' J f Ji:.ilil. t,c. ; laKO I ootioins, which are graomin.v ! 0d houses. In the . New Madrid th womleir-- !cvfk;.nrDt fKtil" trrtHaitirttim l.a-ll"- . !" f will often save yourself front . . .. . .. .i i I T.t max till... .. -Wtt .. -..v ,,.,... uo Axn axckica:; MAuarc .. 2. w.v i ?.. uhki'soi "" it., m.l x.crirtoinll ji ilr.i.iuif .. :(..tnni ti........ . iinni uu? eanii was tion. ,- o .1 rh..-.Us., i.i.i. .f "iv.. i...t Ikaij i ti.nlu.i- -,ilr I. .1 kv hth.. l,u" Him. .r ii'i ..i. lliff UilXCili up in iruuuu'B. ?,w that the fsimer .. tlin Klioris. Tlie imlrmdifi? f.j 11. HOXCMJ0CT8, TOMB AN! OUAVK can rrnd Lt wbeat to Hit P in ;'t tabla ftawilrr,.. f),.h . ..:.... u:hl tur- m tatioiis will e:o itntai'iiished nnd uroiiu nnd (tin over lo!i!itif...i ..'..... ...:.i. itf tUdr tarn-fa- . tli'ny, n- - in ia- (Corner of Jackson anKentucky Streets,) d??fJaalrfaniny, and neighborhood of certain water areas to a large 8:oiml violent andalarmingshocks, oibc iviC TO:fUS. j 1th 4x is iwtch tlinutv tibloi, !I tj,e settlers lived in abject j Tho Ur, sua it w- uU m peace will be much more secure, extent localizes it. Again, tho- i ., atUi atwttaiawi.v uruw, wrv fuaik- L&ae tat uf Anr pr AYIKd ttiiid, or plastic ina.cnu! of the in- wrctchcdiicai all this time, look- - rawiid onl3 mu.i arfmit I . JHa Wr. Mr.sJI 1. r T TfWTtf'PTfPTf 1 . .,..,,. 'mmmmm.-.y.l- l ,ttru..- ..imn.ri.altaiHisitioii he-- u Uvcrv moiiiPiit for tho earth roi oiraily cuoaothiatt nsh.-d'friza . Jr nil j,flr wo .1n ...... re ....... mci tot ...... ...............di..... . . ........ . ............... ltll). ur' . t er &S r4&3i9ai.agMfU t. ,,or nof.s txf iswlstflr()1;Mwutrjrirarar'lj similar con- - .'I.B. . I. tl'. a.'.....- - ...I .. ti I. I. '...... n TDST OIKXiT.I). wttsnw 8TOCK. ti at. flue, jl. :.irt. tn...ara..ir..e.ree. ,ed. T.ttis cresses are estah- I' en refused bail and committed ii.trirsio.i .lie hi pi as !m.(r .ia ititxe .,.. ..c:ur! a- Jhi,fIl. Jamt tKl.!' r.r.d nefl f) f SUMS rtoablt. fatronace ttri;! ....I.... tl jal to agency oi a tIC occasional "' through the f Krratri'wavrJ of tre- th- ihiuiXJai oimrA rcc.ircn.o s rnehaiii. iana Iat.li-.;n,M.- , contracting ...tenor through lu:..l mora ahowa that the earth is siiil' area-tl - unt'Mu b h neighbor by cowardly shoot,. ti. ') iiMmvMt tuKti. M ami tiuloHilmg at the surfaces. umiitbfl in h:di am t intA.u 'n...v .r.. ....tiiir.J oet30!39 p:ttE :.t In- fm ing him in the back, has been le- - ;a,i through the How of interior warmest siiipati of their coon- - l'"" p" frcjupiiUy UKtuJcMj,. aW.woftu ! .:t -- r. wkk-lI Jajcawd l.y iiiwa leased, the grand jury refusing to uU(.r to ava beds, where such trvmen and active efforts should " rHi- ,- fc,'"'i-J.tnFamily indict him on thegroiinds that the natl,r iH poured out upon the b' ma'e t0 rphcve A ft wS fi riT"T TI (Tr Tlk 1 TT fffl -? T1 TTi rt . fe.iae Reason: Meacham had bv ,l0 various agencien thus de-- ; ' uwf.tVH-.- , and ii.7ume. U.e inirrwtiof .bo unhaftf of hub irk 'f ack! sin! ,t a friends and money, while the wo- - scribed, gradually become, so' Flte -- Vi:s:m: Uliccns a 5- - out" ixorbiant iVy I Tawnt actU i i t;- - u..l:ftiUo:...-ntaby hc Ml.NUFACTTRBKSOK iu h vaia. (irvcurir awl i'aMtfv fcHti ct: . umV fMaylicld Mon- - r,.iit ttmt at last the craist of the! ' lUnnai. Dutri. had neither. UiiU-tin mmrn 7 . thrt ik. 1 litie.il IZncIiiiie. n. E.EJ. tV ,. .. . itor. ordinarv frrxiI sftiar. Kren atL enrili tmiKt ieid. and earllmuakeK! ' mi .. ah W.T.- - - rf'. JI,l,."-,I0,m"sresainna tlJat U have the di,to4tion ? I y n?v amr jI . itntii . jtfvtrul tiiM.i..l SlVSi ... i, .1 . .1. iveriatim, tho ouitor i oi tho i aro prouncui. , ....1 campaign committee ha started "" .. . .i iBi,'HJ a.... "1.J "" AAfirifpotiin rtVA.. oirTiumo iau- ,u Vcr' wir,J f..r ' C- -2 ilay ueiu .uoimor, apou rciiccuuii,!.m ri'i.i.. ""V cason to pabl l,, tanot warranUill i altnAn. nf fVi. i ?r$& -- r the eastern portion oi mt ea5 -. wii Hmtin-make things extremely warm for pprifirf--t.i- y aret will not re assert this slanderous i.c wit tv I,.,mfe. it im t'.i -ffimii4'1 )i tetl States seems to be related in ii. n. - i.i: i ...' n... ii.ti,.i:.)..,Ln.. . .... .. . u.r . (.. . CARLISLE & LTTUS, l,,v inparagrn iii. abio iue uiii nr .',-.-suiii iusti ....) iiiterestme: wav to certain '.:... ja .....' ill v m. i.i.iiMi...Mi.rr .m .u.tUi ! v..l lioviish tWw tbraimr . , i. : tu vr. ..... .fJ ...i.nwm a 1i' u.mi..,t opprJion woukl iicuce of Meacham, or of Mrs. geologic facts observed in the re- - ?' ,,. "J l.,, ," t,'"mr: .In , vixr j -'" -r ; nu Already bav ; ;r?y"-WOOD ---a ' r... .i... ,.n..t W ! a considerable ;,! y, it is not the province of; gion. si At least Docker. -rt- llio At -- aWK JaafaflRT.U. 17 tho CouutKtt to prouonnce, bnt.jbreof of tho blow. V0 recently noted V ZaT" ' tiInfciv; .,lJKar4 ti ni'iit rlu- 'tepubli. we do know that tho grand jury J ; r I. . atlon of S 1,w lhe n'.b?r r. 'A" 1 n of d 7 Yfr.,.Tr Tin y t. ft m . t vra ia tho oiiiiiiiiiifin tini iiimv ii.tr a fin .i.irft fi it.vii:i . tivi.tn.-' . which in .eauu.uuua -iiicbi; t.inta i :w " " . riiti'i ! t icmt'i t t i. . itiir h ,,,uu...f ;." rt!ia ixtbtitrnhi f.r.!i ,n! xox' .0t.. ! .w '; ,!r.-.mU tttmtrr.-uL- ' f livv i.r was comnosed of hononible citi- -' i V V - V. hf. )elaire. Mn7 ... A'l Viwili of Kami .MacbiHcry. I'fuwi, ,,.:',:-,- ;' . ' fmpUin-fi'f- t. i irosu imteli oi revelations col-i .lit . it.nl, tlie tli'jw.lia n, ef uue "i k., rfmirti! nn gentle-am- i one oi i,..Aii i... n ; new .icraey. : r..i--t - he Sick. aius Vnn zens . ami no i.,J Ji.w it Hj mt lWi;e:ti I or a lnut n! ataart mkih-- ami woikwanlifce war.rifr 1.1'lliuill luu iiuiii mi;. displacement has for - fiotae time n. tU'M ai4.'i who knows tho u can toler ; uu i lu.. .4t terrKtw Wgoti, r. maile to order. iiiTiiniiiii . ..... .l.A.a. a. lalaatf.'VT r .. I i a.ak aiirr ia liii: n...ew.i. 111... I'l.n Trej following advice i h to ads, r . K to Ul0 ' mar5 s committee has issuediiiiill.supple- - 'I. " a . for an instant the charge that ate "TTf8wW.i ,?l'i ',J'?' nwt timl . , ... ! , t.,ui..,4it-4-ti.tmtoa rf mows and tiou by the. geological survey. I f they failed to indict Meacham be-.? . . In Georgia and the Carollnas it r, callr-- l iitkiu to look alter nmcub b . alamt an Iwnr afUT th firt 1L. j ' ""l,'l", uot l.c.ll,"K titer.-h-i Uonu: . h .." t t4,t.v. n4 Itei'n bv a eeneral eaase of . the influcnen of his in ret.rei-ei.tern(a-a- , XTaT 1 amy. 1ava ' l,,u 'UM.UIHICaiiaUUHOS 01 1110 pellaa ft UI IITti ,wi.nTwmi7 4f lmVf 9 .. c' 'T.i aa awaa; MaaaW. alaa ur jam. jaajka . V ..iniik'nri' n:irii ..... - illr .... Z..'r jt i i:jiaa Ta U K .T'a-. ID E JL . imiv ia'i .. w.u buii;iiti 1111. 25cts Lower than the Lowes IN iiiiiu.nr.t.ai ..t.i.r. i.i m .u.a.,u...,u,.s,. ...... sion oiireau. Jt contains a full, (ittaiititjiw of fniit. biacuJU,. Un.. 1 !lm u n.74 that Jnriier tiuir attv in I . . nr.btt.il... 1.1 1' U'ltll till. utlKl j ' burn aa clerk xp'a"" no atare ren ..-j- h.tw.. ti.e crova Oul u ri.;unit any ' '.. . '. at.u comnlete historv of how the hwhii k because or the lack: ot money.', i"v""w j H'tl pjr far all my Grocer. r, and omage ml rK Awryfw grape, ...'".UILIIIO IU Iieptlblicaii nattv' used the licii-- i i ..! UIVHIWI. UJMl a. an 41........ ....U.I vt d(CHI-,WWl.m tb. SJkTU . UWlHff 3tt t Th t U niin,-niii,i! ean sell as cbrnp a the cbe.np i j ktrafara W"" Vt'lllOUrirOOtl llllllUf ...v...i I'ITB viiitnr.il . . . . ""1 .1.... 1.1 J lU Uf lliri'U tU IT!, ..ia MTW IH ufrm nO(n Tr. ...,ttt,..,1 i.ii...ntr.u j ji. R4t hrH.io of WitUnberjr. and Lon f ca under oath, and wo uoitbl not concentrate in a defliiHo line of .'.."i .V". ' '"'", ? ' ; ' ov ' water ltiits aro ouite enouah to Us ...'.. t';- - noiiiw J t!w tiuiior. v . ;i hi 11:11 :i ii'iihiiimi iiiiiiim nuiiii'ii n tar Flour, :Jj cents ebeapr than lhe tow "" from the, displacement , which ,., tl,e acted conscientiously F -' ,'.. JOHN WITTI.NO. "f pr0BlitlllC(, lo lnrlv Kontie that Ulc mocIl!llliaill of Uie" a(i,nil) '. i i Btestimony before them. Judge Tad.,l. xh er-ftiAXD ' ,.. ... . ' B,ral" :ir? istratioii of the i.eusiou laws wasi inKKiinnf wy ak-- mxkwx, UM , Itaudle refused bail to Mrs. Dock-- ' IV PATENT HOW TO SAVE MONEY. ' ' . . i ery , after patiently hearing wit- - , lre .is well .is (.istwnere .'.imiir k"wK'.v confided to the hands! a i.um. .. tinnz Uriri! baarnfal . ... ja ri,;tiik. -- .!....,. .....i ,i..., ,t., ... aa .a a. f aaaar.hnrnlil(. vinHtKmiMla. ' whioh tiwv dim I A.aCiS.l EEHKiI l Vi are Vlwiil !ladiuartCM tor at neaaes ami arguments a.. i.o,iuc displacement, the .lntnl to- ! Knnmrma np weuy near .. V ior LA iiti.rfluir.i in ci.iiiii.iiun mi pt.l- - .,!, .1 .).,,. ...f ,rnu.1 ur aniri. i.r ttnuil. aiul took t.ilU Ii:jntA. WbH I tt MEDICINES grade of daya, ami no reasonable man can , ward the sea is depressed, and D,"" D;,i.. :....n.. .......i tO iiv.u I vu AS - tlllUltrht. I attOoit 111 til ft ll... tHLUA muvlu. .1 tiia ItlMW. I I.i. i..nin.tal..b .. I . , t donbt that his decision . was con tlml toivnril ai .v hi linn. . no .... UlU . nfirittrJ iti t, .ai niiiini..0 etii.eoiitiiiir t ' Ili nvrn hurht..." the food acomeilit. im1 aahl. "ffereyon at." "Itudit.' a v. i 1STT B CHSW1HC-- .HOE1K& TOBACCO md GISA&3 of I'fli . .J niiiin;i unia tw .i. I'lii'uwuuu . . . . . . I'.iriM in rim aiaaaaa. anil wilt jb to dfricr4 only at factory I IK imng seieutioua and honorable in tho UII1LU11 n. ,i:. :.,.,,,. 11IU UinillilLL-lilL'II- ' If ('f ITI f that the pension bureau was, in Mt them affainat .. Wliensv. if a luibi tbe. - ajt'lJpKavt aa vn.ifim'. U tiw it 1 . T r.. . 1r'1jt prte.; tiUo tba imwu mwnw iiw'foi ..i...... ue.ure used as r .... -highest deg ..w. Ti.r.. M.i.jini.oD unnt-- r a ciukc :....:.' or iracLiire. vdctx") ... political distress, .....i ri.ir. (.rati . ... . ...! mman mi.,r..i .m1m11. civi.r,- - .. h. irw' arrMtnol a woman. Bjfii.l St:l:a and .a.:5:i5? Scotch ...if, ti i shot off this paragraph under a and lies in the easfern branch. ita! la.iiTirii.iiiiiaviiiiiiBiiav' ..i,,... ,,',, tejMl of tbo brg. vui'iiii iauI na' "Have J Toiilit t!w okl man ltota," v' fl:m..t':n.. . uaa i,?M qnaotitv t liat t the market. We at kcrp Uiev tHrolwiilv . !. "r" r t At.T... wuro .. mo employ oi .. U ii, .,iMM,r wmld have nartakenlani au .i.4aaj ..V.,.i-cnMr,Bi.- .. ... .. of im mitafrfiiPN , nr linu, heen amount Iiere is c.chtv-fee-, itt i mI int iwav 0& M. - .r. ffSj, iiibju ottUaftiiy on liand a rbolae flection me X in UiLr. IbLtO s " LfV? pension ofllce 1.W5S persons, and jnfFantllr firoeorfw. Coiifrctionerim amt Ir I JMosed upon, and shouldatot.ee I wlUitM " a r.n,utl" . "a . . . . ' a I llinilltllairilll'IIl. fruit-- , which re will elt very low for ll"fI tlflll II ol UMM a. ". f. .1 1.11 . to ." " ' au aakn . ier, including tlie cov- iatof intitkiw, ,;:..:: , k.pnn- -, make tho ainendo hononible. ? ?i Ike eah. i'lcn? call and ic ue. &C, &G.j &C. w-Sfcc, &c, &c. i w. v. erts hetween tho ith day or 2o- - patmma vrjtt theywoni.i ttr "i'w, im ; " j reaching J0() or.100 feet in the; ...... ,.nill;ir! 1RA- - ooukl tak tl.U thhnt or the other. I bt teaUi aeeMl .uirattle in )u liead. -- T. -s- a; - f .a. ."Wlwaraycat aiMkinof mya.w. The. Democratic hxfcnttvc lower Hudson Vi.lley. nil . fmBBmmmmtmL0mmmt j ti.nn. .. i...t ...A...... ..!..... ..,.. akskanwl, wri.il exirion itn-- ! ..-.- aixll ' uwaun w wo--i tSTl'rwicriptiri filU I at anjr bour.Ly cr r.i- :. - Jiug n.Khl a'. alter s10 a etoeX tVT i'.V, ' Cwrraittee of tho Seventh Con- eli7,,r..l ,.t who ' : aoni -. are rW,v.;nn from a f.f? Saddlery aijd Harness A rreaaioual District assembled at !. ?i -- vv.. ......, nim 1wi1'' x. ...... ,.....,... nen mnr ooicosw reiattvca comr ihibi.bm.' "..... IaTiiirtnn mi. Vi.itii.ui1u.v .mil dc- Ti,0 camlidacy of Col. Chris theretofore allied to the Democ-- j mg ilk111? tk 7- totheir nMiiiremenu- fouwl flb hail i " ciareu iii tnc erent 110 other n0itj 0f Galloway county, is re- - nicy, and of the twenty-eigh- t During the lingering illneaa of f roau. Thitw," fid h, fannaaly, "IS ' not! -- -- t up my hw- Deajocrat aunounces riitnncir a , CPiveil tlironlioa't Wvttorn Ivcn- - one occupiuil any position in the- ?J"tve, I verily lli.v we nuf icn 3 :PLUJMER FARRIS, candidate with,,, ton days, tbc,,tnek y with marked favor. Ho is pciwioii burean of W W$ M M B E di- fowl dlplnyui thorn tentf wialingmratii.iiKthiMiatraiigr. chalrmait of the committee is n"w "f excej0l. rntttl .......i,. v.ith once mfk ffjF Jaeftntn Si, oppatilm. Courier Office helm, i ragl. and takinu Uiem to h "Pont t"l the hm-- ! "he lVn,, fe 1 recteillo annomice Hon. V. C.- W-- - AT. ' ' ' ',',PK8e Xo,' JUCICJfrl.V, ank qai niHwiwlBdly. . wJm MM. lu wia.. .. x". urpCKinniic the I)pmocr-iti.. .. ...t-i......l. .. .a. sterbiif ehrii"..n'.,.:.. ifr. liie. :.. art t. "" i..j i.. .. W" . .. n . i ". . A nominee.-rrank- rort WKLLaeteetd atooV of Saddle and &..... . Lapital. A....lt.1..H. 11... "- Ljiarp, experience in State affairs, I .IT -a..lt.i... "T f....! tVUtflCH, 'f...17 innis. . i.llT ' r. J J .. i i in " X Hariairt. Krw worV maile te order. HnrMMaaa the Democratic f!nm- - liavinr .. lwu.u ii State Senator.! "Aain.ioio.i,. onpi. u. atir- - Wrrakl lave ineviUMy lxeu:J; "Km-ok,- " aaid le, 'S-o- tbl aw to. . - ra ...-w . a ..t .. vvavviva i 1 inc Ft BNITLUB, at grtmii, - j Prowjit 3tenijn given lo ROOtl (lOll. I lailllltOI), f.f tllO Mil- - tlwilkt. 1 ooaneei ai an niei 'I thoaawt ym hvi jtere, mmiI J. TVrIi. miilor ... .. ' RnWlkpf t,f I liA HA..... ...wl rfWC are offcrlnc at! e,3dr, of l'l?n, MHara ld I "fJIad I don't," a.d h. ,M,(- Hospital serucc, has receiv- - wt i IV It at an uni..' I. I aiipiw1' be wa tlihtkiinj of tlte abak v'" r-- VU -rw"f f any K 4-- A luei trice. Wb crrr a full Pne wapirow. v",. -, a . uiauea spieu-- j v . . ircninstaiiceH. ehoulil assume to fiovnninr a-. ....,., .... jtr i....f.i.uj " v . . . kind. He ha itcurc-- the oresumo ..r... .""B f iieti iiovernorr i...i !: TaWr. Horeau. W.h-aa- t r iia inirT vvvnii a,. AI i 9atn t IN vail '"7". t. .l 1.: IfUtfof-ifa. ".v,'r w .f - ff Jiw m a. . oMa leclarD a Democratic uomiuee, ... "" Irnt.. Hn. Tr.... .1.. I n.1 .; IXJ.MUJ1K l Illlje IIIL OI CIlMTXen ItU IHff IIWU l.a.l" il laat l.ai.wl .1.... I... an.l aa. a...aaali. j mij wi; tbat wlt knon-- nn-work-wacsterii iiontnekv will be over- an '.o butter a liv. awl int h.ni Home. Aa ow Ha we inri.ytfriavi'-i- uui urwi of oursi. w ' thickly, p!ae ,i' M r....r ..1 mir th- - paivr. tiZt dl i.. ... wonldtit tlcrc be a howl J' -Uni Bb Farriw, which of Jtelf i ....! u i eooked within un: : Mitngiieu 111 in 1?, as in former ewrwowiowi'o, uw an esMna. ;"' , a xMSTMikc of giiod and faithful work. tests for tho Go veniorship. wya aha, "vuhVw lb HTctrh na ma .t?d "'l Really cxaiumed for it Uw gridiron orer a l2 mini tin cu uu a .111 ram-- ui m:kiichh in vrv alKirt timn miHI in nwln.. mv wM iirwa.im uraiu, or Barium7 famous ulcardcd woV fotinfto aliewaghtm a alapacnaa, Utofaea. IVo the iuvii.'i part of i'lliAl lldMli "jaiMJjj and 4. i.r man," Madame Augusta, got as JInynl.l Wrlrni-Hie lo ' not seen a case of udlow fever, j 'J. P. CRAY. J. C. I'AKTLOW. " wlien U other rood jJit never St;13 umiiKen n.in iwow amco. : wrryinB the ,( ? af drank as a ubiled owl" the other Tho Jfaytleld Democrat lretit line We Waa.Ua aaJ McU''c Barial tin. t.ne, wy Cim la W- -i - Only ono caso cooKery bare lweu tridl in vairf V8Jtepiitinsand all dix-uof sickness has id day, an it wait discovered tbat,Capt. GeorL'erM JE 2 "S? TeHacf or K?rtky. of i,.v.if.f.Ai t,?.ii. ... ..rriv-.- i .mii Jtb Wvrka pial.y. mn mmm . i.k .....:....... . ..... . rt, . mvia . ...... .. lino UVCtl (7A , ii.&.iii' a soldiers' .. 4iu r. general j Aad ?et yiHr BUkrrml.!ng and atnlV: -n ma;, unseen noaing iuru)c convalescent am one.; nprjT money in any Pur?e." ea uie iT"t hibtted aaafnmcpheiiohienon'i.!;;o.. . V I?patr,o thine at . Uoom tinder City Hath no nmwro a man no -; OI .Ul 'ar-" wntn '' lriiUsn plckpx r""-,l"vn for ten years, but now the enelils ,,?:a.H ,.r J' !tr. nr. a a i , ..w,., .,v sncllliai Hie most cirj iafo w iP'iZ'lA.tJSi; rk-an.-- .! llJ.VL'lIHardware, rinware tjji'tlaciflthi: 1FL1M. I B. KINGMAW, I Fauis Pakkek, Utvi Htj. Sim, PAIlil trtaee ,".,, .,, -- ;JZT WJ ., ,,ii., iii-inrl- .o.l .' T?? V aa t. m a J 4 b a T all-II- I L. a. 'tber i 'f ..) f-- ilio y l'ttZ?? ik-r- "'" 11 sveiirw OO utuk-'ifdil, ir Family 1 ; ." .t - mnttM, .aa. -i a -- . .a .!.!. ,.-- .- A." - E P INS r!. ! ! , . - SnrioT Vi'ttiP -- ;elpM n TJXSaZ i aLSailL ! t-- 4 I ject-xnif:iv- ii.r - i,, . . -.- t.- - fritta-AtUiti- .- i - in-t- u : - 1 - .vrtbt.H UTO ""bjbslied ,, a. itfl P''t7TTrfe - BJ.OKMAN, '..' V 1 - !. rtb , - ! farnnt-inantWiMii.i- a.j i.Unw, - ; tR l,'$'Zj iXr i ! v ki .-' W. .rv-M.'- - a B3NGrMAN. F.. "- ) CASE, hV'XS. r,-i.-l- -- ...!.; -- u f liiitrry iVvja s-- nAL,izii.K m 'f tuj Groceries; I . 1 . . r-- r i. c-- wbicb J, ftl, 1 . )- :w "-- 111- ;.,.;,.,,. 2ik .. i.....i . j.-- r. - !- S , yTh ZZ -- T?$yr- 5223" new ---a T2 S.v lr - i?niir. t-- : '- . -- I ,, -- , w 1 lair-mimte- il ...- Si .; a . .' o.-.ft ";'. "!' ; SffiSuinrHi -- - tjTlS ., V" t-- . r "e, 1 k ! . I t. t- - i.WZlXI? fiS35 E-T- iZ2 EillMI -- HI t. , 4 a -- 1 a .".I ...... ij v d "'."" c. . . ,. "' M Hickman, Hlcntucky. Wa-o- -- I- --: ,",lf?rr a. fl-a- T I .: .'.. I ... hiiK-f!u- n J. W. CWWUBLI Groceries, b - - ; 1 rn-i- d . I lkir.-a.- ii . 1 ... e.wf a 5 ,. a a A . " --TT. . . I . . . a ".":..;';;? ""'" a .? a a a a. )lK -- 1. LILX, k DRUGS, trusses wJl-mH- - lt ! - a. a in-kM- ." 1,-- -- "- .- -. f- - -- - r---. P . 1 1 . ..i.-i.- " i..,..., t. - T I I "" .1 -- liP -a 1 a W -i ... a a ..l.l ",.. - PVX ! iowi . . . yicx ! J?1tl' i- - ; -- dc-- .r. ',."' i::. .a. a .' i ! ,, . aa w"? tf-..- I . u 1 fiov.. f!U. "',,fl,tMWf0MiE th-m- fi - gaiai -- a a ?- aa . - b'. xiMi-tii,K I , lM TT 4 - ; o ........ a--vll. : I - -- " a- r- " - - ar -. r : , ': "v lln..i ,.,?' I "!. ,,.w .vi ... o . - 11 a -'- ' -' ,',.,. -- """(, ,.... "-- I o. ''-- IJt I I J 1.-.- 1 .:";' ..--.-".- .. I --- .. . - - .--- . .j.-c- v - ) - w awd-jaarter- a jf n, . J ; n I , 44i-Ja- 4 XmDBETAKEPS' GOODS, nl aI-etdw- i 1 M tli-tu- 1 Ktic-cstio- rc-nni- "w '"IW:'1. d.nccbr CJR. It U very danr.w for a mar, to find .. e hal me anrgeoii tfCltentt sent the runt and thevoulanded et on thla bread globe that Is hau't ' ' Jy for winch they arc so much no- - following reply: "Adviso tin- J2?to bim than hi. home. IX the Fowrth CoiicrefiBtonal Let ushavfeh.f!att. Goorge, unvnr aiinoU-t- u "Yooharc notEiveirneir?.2-.- " ttreenniinnnrv atrict Hon A. If. MontKomery'a by all meant.'' - ffrld lhc Stlcman to the aaifcmj measure, that the sic!: be kept i..,Xr fa 1 . majority in the pnmanes over ?uu a W bill, -- , (i,P K.irveiHner ior sis days, r.. -" ' Mr Iknuett is rich, to be awre, bni h i was Won. TliomasA. Itobcrtson is cs- TtiKRK'aii talk of -- Cleveland form mo what ho intends to doJ 4&"fc&ot" at i,ww. r g.ndidavo dA'd it?' tuitl Voorhees?. for J33S. t and rejoin your btaiiou." iuunutbiw she iaitota WOUiau. li roken,lldholllloadllatllaatl:r:l.:",, " TT l. - .;..;'.; "''..:, . ... i:.i7:?.. "I"1. T .v... i Ul(!m iii;iu.n'' l . '- '!" j Un FCI"" 0r ". . O m ! . iSKrirS f tl.Ie1.-L.V- ctaaeaipv ' V.B J2; llJ-iti- Kr va.! " ..-- .' . ... . & f I'aJI ?rlcplturil aad Mechanical, SclEntifii.'fcg'nserlsg.Cljsslcal, iforaal Scbool, asdf Preparatory Goarsss of Stady. miliary RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. COUNTY APPOINTEES caiAlr,j-;uI7' lTatmUr a4 ten- - UtitH Htxt. Stli, i88. TacUcs-Coawrrf-- COLLEGE of KEfTU.KY TATE Eighteen Professors and tnstructoro. e - - crav w cnca - - aV P- -i - Corner 0 Oiiwi HICHKA1T, Good Work I at ai fotlangt - Strut,) - 27. Onr D Rock-botto- motto. Pric. pfclattT.-t- 0r tor.n 1 1.1. niarU)-t- f tronu -- iHSFOUAY&Ca W . . .' " fr"r -- V . JS-- K- -. i ,,-- a a tt' i3K. a r--- a 17.. .i .. - J: t 55S-- i - i w ill EH 4-f- p SMB--2R"5- , m - - ' 1PH: l"."?5 &-3 1 S TPflLrtJS " 'CBafti '" i. - i ii ,i'.. . njjjfcaa.j 3 jj- - - """" Ji . - - - h. - " I !! vH ffiPMiBeKtfWBn s -- ,-. XjiJ a: ,Wl?,J3: L.J-v EST w . ea & N I I Vj -- lb izswr ". Ji CJ "22? r . i r- To which we call attentioni an invito an inspection. Wo arc too busy to write adv$IS("ls, so will aimuly say tlirtt our stock is complcfo in every respect, nnd&nir vriedstie laHcest, and we trust 3 on will not do yonrsolf the injustice to buy until you ha n m. g.oods very ;uul .Qt ouj. priccs It is no lr0llble, Ifut a pleasure to show goods' ' i- -. ;v... JT'i k. Km Sri P h w S y P m xv P?j&.Jl fSLSK vi tSfv s c I G en. -- 85 fl i i I I JLJ i OJ I I 1 5tt , v - "'i ,, 1 ? w I fr " Tho. Pauueah News 6iiyt: The latest and bijijjcfet bnake stoiy in now conies from the unper Cum- FOR CONGRESS. o ber'.aiid Jxiver country. t.tsiiMiii:, caiuniav V. re uthotiMd to Dnounee Hon. ft IcsMk,r fi,,ICC th( (lays of,s.,er leachea from one bank of the as a eamlidate for re elec "" , 'iieKKon possitiscd tlio ll cr to the other, and It has a lion to Congrefs. Subject to the action of Anure. the Democratic party. ciithusindtiu confidence of Ten- - head and neck something like that ' IIL g nessee soldiers like o'd Frank of a horse, and a neculiaiitv about Apology. , Clieatham, they loved him and it is that it is never been "except iJIhe Courier has not been tin-- , would follow him nnvwiiorn mil it Mioi.t iin.iup iini.t mi- r,.r ntii. tterllte necessity of apologizing j into any danger. Ifo vJJS a Lt.- - davits. to its natrons for many years be- - General in the Confederate war. fore, lint this week because of the ' Since the war he has been engag- Hickman has a reasonably fair death of Muster Willie Harris, for 'cd in farming, and nevcrheld'aiTy chance to secure the M. B. 15. & some time an attache of this ofiice. civil ofliee. excent that of l'nst .! H. llailroad. Would it not bo and the necessary attendance of' master at Nashville, which posi-- ! well for our property owners, bus his father at his our tion he held at the time of Ins i"ss men, and city fathers, to force was so reduced that death. lie and Gen. Grant were riously consider, if in neglecting we are unable to get our eusto- - close personally friends, and it is lu do anything whatever toward luary quantity of reading matter said that tJrant while" President encouraging this great enterprise,, in type, or to give editorial matter wrote to Cheatham asking if h0 they arc not making a grand mis- proper attention. would accept an appointment from take ? mm, out uneatham, tnough ac- According to Oolliiis' Histofy Blue Lick Mineral Water, can knowledging personal fiiet.dt.hip l e fouund at Laxdeum's Uuuo for Grant, felt constrained to de- - c:ut,,(lte shocks have been felt 3TORE. cliue It appears reasonably cer- - IM Kentucky as follows: 1SI1 tain that his widow will bo an-- ' The great tMrlhntiake Aiiccoo t:ii: . 1S17 """"of Nashville, One shuck vuui uutii 1'iVIP poiuieu I. to fill his, ItUcker, aro viitinrr generally Is27 .unexpired term, and all parties. J?llock IlOck Miss Mattie Rose. 1S31 One uniting in the petition. IS.'tJI InNoriherti Keniucky llie losses by the earthquake IS 13 One shock at Charleston is estimated at be-- ! A" ,:,,,,riri-iiiskciiip :johsc. Severe shocks IS hi 1S5I tween ten and fifteen million dol- - a A" noI.co,,,bc can alwassbe Three shocks .H socJ th lipoDj nut to (t LOCAL NEWS. Marslial Xcy of the Sontlieru Civil War . "y in tha '.. . o..... jisi. ' v..i...:ii . "V i r. f. Oh eiitliain, tle -- nr- - Royal St. J& sssssssssesssssssssses j UCBEIIT DOt'CLA. CIIAS. IX VOLAS KZ&3B , iioinoii-W.J.8TOK- B - j ' lifirfaok! im IT IS THE SIMPLEST IT IS THE STRONGER $ um THE MOST DOSj KI fe S sj AND THE BEST. It is the only SKWIXiJ MACHINE 1 . a .s urn mm &8L WM DOUGLAS BROS., ! New "Will Grocery and Bakery,; qjxjcn fllz'L wires 1TOTJ (At the Mmitfjnmvry SfUnd.) w1 ta y W3 m m ?M e? ily tSroocries. Con feet ioiicripB, &i . and! tmW.-r- . kivcinilByi-i- t tin--t cti flor' ( all frrsli and Jicw, and will nai rentr". l cepa KPneralnBRortinent of Fain- - j HTT WViMi!u?&w-mt- ; j uue "Jo S52J , j world that tnrnt either forward uacKwnru iiiki sun com limes tt hew in the direction. 1 &! M "BTSnSTI Km bed-sid- B K M H U H Wm H KJ S 1 KX-- 2i e, hkmhU-k'k- l . j j j i ntt. 'JO DR. in uow S J. D. C. WEtlW. Vcpndl Hioknian, Ij I, 332aS35SZ2S23 iMaw la a, Avon d erf til Faln-Curer v.-ill ffl M to-- " is$ DPt. A.. A.. i l FARIS HAV3 EEAOHSD "H f3 A FOB i?a or &i 53 133 033 Sz?Ti&$z& a 2x5 'VM' RV Jl ' ,l om ra' t2 Eos L- - Bo. dWi PHYSICAN MID SURUEON, HICKMAN, OFFKHS KENTUCKY hia Professional services to THE OLD RELIABLE i The most of Hickman and vicinity. janlG-'S- O ' BEATTY, "; j r: nm'Ti:? flP WiWV VP9i! PV3P9!" JW W8i ii Hufli I&AA9 LMm located in I I V K C I A known. Your money he returned if not found as represented. the vorlti litis ever rif i yi miSs)m IT-TEf- L ' Si ! 5' ' ? V- - 5m3? s' z7 il s'l I VILDURN'S t- i ost-mistrc- ss I r, Bi M X , K LT Y. Saving I'ATU ll.UlU; Treating and lll.t INti tJUMS; AUIIFICIAL TELTH i! in the most approved style, DiM.-ac-il i' i Children Cry for Pitchers' Castoria. nil m msm, A'F r nwi-ete- ABE STILL aM THEiRTNG,' &AfcLilgigS5I5SSki5S23fl-FOR ' tvTi (Laclede JitorL.) IIlGKJIAy, I have the ar8 tiiigiiished temperance orator, is 4 ""HOI. J. J. Hickman, the in oy everythinj. ani1 Rre rt-li- l (lis- - lecturing tOWUS West Tennessee 1 incli-iii- . Mr. and Mrs. Henry mi. Ipff. Ss.t..f-l..,- . ,.!i.t )...LOUIS, and Will take m' bt. great fair. -- Whig's New Discovery for Coiwnniiiiion, wuieii it ou a iiositive guarantee. Itw.H "".Mirely cure any and every aliection of the Throat. I.ng and Client, and to -- ho our confidence, we inite you to cnll and get a with the people, thoivbv austainl"? tI,e reputation of Wms auxy' niierpriaiiiir, nun ever reitauie. lluvinj; "ecu red the Agency tor the celebrated l)r Initio secure the Aincv for 9uca article a hwo well know ii m't'i it irrv t of Fvnr r rtlioeks itt Hickman ISA 7 Ollirf. in th MUX fUOM EH Y H KSI Ne-i( lpular e" re shock At Lcxuigton Vil ... Hickman and lltckm.-ii- i IK5S ... .IbMW jujv 30 i i Ji;.MttUV DEXCE. ., OTKEK SALE. feet dry Cypress Kitil.Hng '20i:,4)0 and Fencing Lumber. Alt, 100 000 r.t , i. One S. H. Warren ws p., ,eltli of l.0 feet hail been bored, "A great war between (Jermany iieiEJlHVjA'sa. iea m umves County Monday, lil,,,, ,!,&ulIll,-- a vo,"l water and i'ltiuce is near at iiatitt. .Jho reaieu and carried to Colttmbhi. MVom 'i uas foreed 10 inches in diameter. Frein-- neonle are eroini: to los-charged with having live wives t,,e "P'O-- force of which is equal sess all of Prance or none of it.,"'3 four in Tennessee, and mm in' to powder or dynamite, and that ' Look on; your m-- and you will see ' It has already formed two 'arge that Kitssin is hoat.d to possess Kentucky. "''e VuT . .""Ter rivers which run at the rate of VI fjt!i,,ti.,nl-- it mn.a I ve if. .. vj"arjij .njtfjjij'A. ,d j "eP s an hour, threatening the de- - The Uussian bear already has its 7'lirw-a"mnrmn.n,' ' n'h,?il.i o1 ! IrStlC!,,, a? rtiM. rthe tovti and every- - paw stretched out as if feeling its , ,?. V? Ma:t,1"ff thereabouts. Question if ay. while its eyes are turned on i. ? (II i field iflpii? ... ( (V!1 irn,y' the Papers are not overdoing the England to see what she is going I,beni1 cn"! thing in getting tliiiJj ilVll Hill I off these Mnlhat- - to lay. about it. J ,,S?mf ,'SI,ll,ff When the war (ton publications. .Au..accjo:i:iNy eo:ms the contest will be tetweon Two-third- s 3 AUELLEALLEN.rrimipai. ?? of the houses in j.V" of this kind takes very well, France and England on one side ' TVf sieottully v announcw .that the reu. rrm; K Charleston, beino- nntniMihU ti.o I but tho tuihlie some timesVets too and Russia and r.nm-mm v i . t M rirr. t!. mi of this iuti tutiuii ' II JA il.WfWi cL4l sis la m,, I: ..VL' :; ..i w . ..,...i Luiiiiiiui; iw me om hi me i, ....!. ui u.v.ii.1 mu .i.:.." ...i i:.. v.. imuj;. me "inu. iit uie proper nine : commence. streets and public squares. The Fieneh will declare war. , j:osAY,.ira:wr so, is-,Oovertiitieiit is luruishing all the w. D Tily French area br.ive people ami. She win have such competent assistants Wl0,;,. ,, llo Ir f- Carrie Scott, left Saturday night, i The papeis publish a state-fo- r a visit to relatives in .laekson. nient thnt ..t Ui.iio Pi.iin .. ;n " ". in ..'. " an artesian well hurst when a ",,vi . I Mrs. C. L. Lnndrum, and Miss , ", .. ...i.n, ukiiiii I1IVV.1IIWH1I. o'clock. Subject for dillsaion: i raves, and all pcrMins holdtii" acroi! "Christian ChailtV." Leader, Ho V. .gamst them will prescni them proi 'i pay a ioag , 1, W. G. ll en body cordi- - goi uieme. ally invited. M.C.G HAVES .. ... i ,nt ..v. 33. i I ... A. iU ...v. ... marl. oi .."".',r""?5,,,,u,""su u tucscr, tteceatcil, are ""c estate requested toe 15. II. FKEHMAN, (."mom ruin sffll fl ffim lis iri.lnu- - i.,oi ii i... 7!st't?. .i j.. - Cinreis ShinK. IIOXDURAXTtt DREWRY. liclter, let Raker, and tnako itread, (larger loaves.) whit?r and than any llakery in the city. Fr'sh liread on hand alt the time. Alio. Icecream, Lemonade, and a choice lot of Confectioneries Cream Hread at WilbnrnV. WILL W1LUURN. Give roe a call. anglS- - Witli the be."t polectetl. the jreatest variety of stock in Hickman; Their prices are below any competition. (We all preach low prices.) fust drop in and see for yourself, and you will be convinced that we are triving you facts. Those who have done theniselvcs the tnjttti"e of buying before calling at our store would do well to bear the-"- e facts in mind. In'o trouble, but a pleasure, fur us to .show and price you our goods. Come and tee. ig bargains in all departments. "JAS. ICx-Circu- CAMHJEIiL, J ! Ik-lle- ,... i. i.ei; A. '. i v : , i . !'. Fulton, Ivy. it Judge, Paducah, Ky. rB "i 1 A deal t a i' t'lUiils:. i v h 1 s Dr. S Davidson, announce that U V i! I 1 -2 ItV tJ' FsJnil! be in Hickman from the 17th to ' "" 21m ,f AtiguM. for the pn rposo of prartt' cinK hia nmfe-sio- n. He or untried theories, but conn.- -. iti " practice Imm! on the old tetcd fnnda4 Will praetico in copartnership in Fulton t0 '"I igation will receive prompt attention. .YjL",J1e.L,'f W."J "?.r" 1 licniistvy. J FREEMAH' & CAMPBELL, &JU Pj - F SE v H' X CIIAS. A. IIOLOOMBE ; - il Jli 0 " "TTt RELIABLE . B3S' 5 ' w 'lAi-- i I i A niiTra n ilBninift'j r.HVT'Q fc?H UV ii?9 T" S'2 ."f t.i " county, All classes of aiir20-G:J jl PRESCRIPTIONS m CARhFjL'. 2 TY CO M P 0 UN l.DI '& 7 lmil INSURANCE. r"?1 t?tvl-:P;;- a : " - .,. , .:.."'.. v ! ! i .irj. Hrr' m AGENT ?;. Ez&J Afe t ft cFi n m fi1; Vc-1- ? 1a w o ai C3i .1 hi m-.mt- iinac- - -- 4 rcKFT etR eass' oSra SAEEirIN FOH THE "8T E tents possible. w.iTrirsr'" - pop-.tlac- e Rnmnmlw... tt. l.A.,.n.,.I.l .....I Vxlpu 11. ,.,.Ki: "..-....:- . i qUM'k l HK;,t Kp"Cnt OVentS are in Literary Department a. mav be neeilcfl, tai, Drup ;st; lof Vome On Vv v.ia?s win iw in ctiarge of r hove l)ceii ell n.' Dr. Kiini' New DiswiiH ica.uug to ine crisis that Id to n " me ...u-iiKjnenceil and thoroughly qn.ilifW ry. Electric Ditters and Hucklen's Arnic- C. The attempts heretofore .. c LANDBUM COM I A & DAVIS A DRUGS, MEDIf IXEP, BOOSS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. Fancy WOODS, TOYS, and PIGTUKES, SUNDRIES, PAINTS, 011, WINES and Lh2U(UlStfor .Medical use. . horv Ii:ivp hwn .rm """"OritteF, blltreeejilly Primary the 18th inst. Terms Slims uii- -' wonderful cures effected bv thiae medicines !, "V glotlltu.l llti- - imennwliate ler$5. cash, and over that Htiinmit n tin. city. Several caes of pronounced l,nt K? ' "" 11- wmsunipuon nave uaen entirely cured bv tier inc sanction oi Jvilig Oil D mouths credit e of a few bottle of Ur. lung's NVw . liam in a celebration. Which for: of 10 months .,., ...,J ,. iulr'JS Hnnnilv tlm ...... Rtntomontv tlmt Discovery, taken in connection. with Klfc ' I. ... v.x.i. . . ...... ... ml lllt " IIr.,r;ct..t.,r ,..." "e l jrimrantce tlteai alvtavr. iUV L II I'llll lU'.H ill llVlilllf. II.tr 111P... I i '.i... IIISI I1TV IIltTl ..: the ItitA AJVi.lUilM H V ,.r JVLULUL.nl I II I. Ill" t .!. com t I ii. J.1CI. OU tatlll ll:iv. lversal Ratmfaetinn. I ... AGEXTS FOll THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: n uj wiuiro V. cz2tjW WHITE v ""' , ( S2Wi,I1(EviX of Hertford. Can ; LXCSHIHE Mane he'ter, Kokand; HAUTFOItD, Z iuui 20 davs iii month. " u-- """ccu 00Jrtford. Conn.; INSURANCE J XV F SOUTH A MKRICA.&c, tic, FKESORIPTIO jSTS A. ST3:OIA.riT Y. L. MOORE, can be SEWING 9 MACHINE 25 I II. found over Powell's Grocery to attend rifgnt calls. ( increased the was a mistake. The fee stands at the old price, but under the new fifty cents of it goes into the State hut ir....i...iwmarriage fee rlt ' '" ' I ...(. BK-rt- , revenue. tM-- fi -j 1.1 tf B Bard well,... Priucc- - uiiiii, 4 i it i vii, muii, arc an aiiame in ex- - i: minutes past 3 o'clock hist., at Tumii!! of John C. Maddox, dee'd, li mi. ttitntttrf.... .imiu.uio. Ii:..l. , ....,i. Mains, agett is. years, 1' .. x. niiiiv-augi:J It uiie All who have not paid their! man has a reasonably fair iudica- - mouths and L'l days. The deceased taxes lor toe present year, will please come Uuu ui a new roau soum, out our was a kind.aftectionatcand dutiful forward and save cot. at once. a$ I ara people tlOUt SCeui diapOSCd to vnnmr ...... .li!tr.w.f;t :...,, hound to make settlement. ! ... Money saved is money made. A hou It ' mid waviiiOll. II. 0. JUDGE, C. T. C. tue iiuiou ,t. opportunity. ot .steadiness and faithfulness far hold neccity, Davidson's Patent Cof aii220-3- t Hoaster, or Combination TVei Great excitainetit was caused heyoud his years. Ilisideath is a per cent in cash saved to you bcsddfr t in Mayfield a few days ago by the great grief to his parents to whom The state election of Maine oc- purifying your coffee. The ageni vill 0 sudden eloping of a white drr ho was ever dutiful and true; and curs on the Uth next Tuesday. on you at your homes; or you can :et with a yellow boy. The girl, whose ms 'I,lct tiemeanor ami sincere at the Hickman House, in Hickman, name was Moore, was somewhat traits ot character had attached Council PVoveiM.ii-gs. demented. The couple wcro cap- his boyhood associates to him FRITZ SCpOEDER, tured a day or two after their es- with warmest love. Sympathy is extended to the family in their Council IIickmix, Ky, A us 'Jl, 1SSG. cape. met. Mayor I'rench; FASEIHOa'ABB Councilmen Cole. Koger., Herlueck HaulWe regret to hear that the hour of affliction. age Witting and Fctlie residence of Mr. Chas. Walker, lliickloirt Ariuci. The minutes of the List meeting were editor of the Fulton Boomerang, The Uest Salve in the world for Cuts, read, approved and .signed. SHOP. North West corner of Mot was destroye by fire, Friday Soriv, Ulcer, Snlt Khcuiu, Fever ACCOUNTS ALLOWKIi: andJVoy Avenues, East Hickman, i night of last week. He lost all Sores, Tetter, Chapped Untds, Chilblains The following accounts were presented, tlfSaijHf.jction guaranteed.. ' his household goods, but had an Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and projierly approved, and on motion were alAnril. cures Piles, or no par required. It lowed, and checks ordered issued insurance of oOO. The house was is for the amounts: the property of Mr. Cox, of Water or guaranteed to give perfect money relumled. per boa.. Street pay week I .l I Mayfield, Couuieu At the residenco of hi father,; Geo. Z. Harris, (of tlio Hickman' Kuirlaud is lookinr on. France is getting ready .rrf!it. w, war is cominir.'' world. i.i i.., fion AND THE ..-- i.. . A III1TIII .I lllAlI 111- III-- 111- ItlMII ft L fC Uf WtlTf M - AL DtNtr I - - I i ." 1 I ' Aiininmiinioijtoilcp. V. ,...,. 9. Moore a. Landnim's Dhir Store. ,- trcjr? rinrriT an cira i 3l r-- cgqaMti H - .1 n 1 1ioWii, 55T" nn' Tnu new silver certificates will .. .win--"ave c?ii,',' ?"'1 .."." , .' :.. . hib ofliee), in West Hick-- ! be issued sometime in November ..!:..... I.i.imik .i. esiaic are wluouiihi i .. lirppiit , ........ ' Itni. ,'.u'vi ...?.. lll n.m I'luiUi runuMiiy ttioiinilg, llie btll W.J. MADDOX. Ailui'r iU) i 111 4J r deceased, arc reipectfully tmeti io canon the uiideriijjneJ and s:ltl' C. Maddox. All persons indebted to the twiateof Jolin ATR c?$ , a vus-s- n n no. !'" Knili-no.l- t. ! ... Tac! i T3 pnFu r-- n . . ?:iaCTi bo isx . ni p fi "i'T u ii M w U y pcr-mn- j es&;e2Krf -- i'EBHiaia-2--2a- H g SIC j s-- s ji ?' ,... m-- (o) XVSSESStKA-V Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Ilardwaie n, anu tnat tne very lowest trie market winch are oiiereti at u-.- r jtibtifles. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. nu I Ve-se- l. I BUY A HaJZTASSlT.K PBtKSEXT T FITS HOOFING A SPECIALTY. SC -- Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the beautiful and varied stock. J. D. MILLARD h 1 f I & SON, : l're-eii- t, ME,S. JENNIE GAKDNEF , I 1 u-- c. Bruii-es- , ixwi-tivel- y at new store, iMiqua & DeJow's old stand, lias an endless va.ietyof L'ooks and Fancy Stationery, Papcterie. of all styles and finish, Pens, Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases, Cards, &g., &c, Pencils, Port-foli- o, variety. and Toys in endless MPPR?t8P? x f Hill flB f I'ffflfPQPfPW r 7 -- KSiSTTtJCKZY cntitc ? -- sos- Valley. rric-Jce- nt office jjjjEho Princeton Banner week, was destroyed by lire last For sale by C. A. Ilolcombe I ' u. 1? pects for a splendid exhibit are more flattering thau ever heretofore. Do yourself the pleasure and profit to attend the Union City fair. Tho Princeton.. Bnmor-Iies.V- B bat has arisen out of the ashes, on good authority that Hon. E. W. and is again on our table, not hav- Bag'oy, of Paducah, will bo a ing missed an issue. While excandidate for Mr. tending sympathy for the misfor- Congress in this District. tune, we can not too hishlv com Bagby is tho linost political stumpmand tho pluck and enterprise of er of all the Republican leadors in Western Kentucky, but be he uapi. Alien. ever so earnest a Prohibitionist Mr. Howard Maxwell, of that popular house of Alexander & he will not attract more than the Republican His Maxwell, is now absent in the Republican vote, if he runs. overantecedents will large cities buying fall and winter shadow all goods. Ho is the prince of buy- declarations. present temperance ers, combining excellent taste and splendid judgment, and report has it that his purchases this fall far PRICES GREATLY REDUCED ! surpasses all precedents as to vaAVc arc now offering balance of riety, taste, and low prices. our immense, stock of bpring Dress The 21st Annual Fair of tho Goods at half their actual value, in W. Ky. & West Tonn., Agricul- order not to carry over any. As 8. tural Association, commences we are leaders on Dress Goods, you Tuesday Oct. 5, continuing five can form some idea of the immense days. We learu that the pros- bargains we are offering. T. L. ilrs. aiahnda Laoy.for dirt used olllut ending Aug. 28, $7 75 4th, hist. 70.42 Hranaford. for 7000 brick 52 50 " roll " " C L. RAND& AT LAW 1 GO y ATTORNEY TUBAS. REVoiVr.'" ' The City Treasurer presented hi.itionth-lreport which was ordered filed.' COL'HT COaTS. Collector. Real Estate Ant HIOKMAX, ivxiffS S&" Will attend promptly to aljUl ncss entrusted him in Southwjteri t IdLr!! ' tBobrnQL Spring tUrawinzs Tlans full specification!; ns to everything needed fufisished, and Lock and Key jobs solicited coat accurate! v cilculaled. i The t'atl Swslon will ioinoiinr v? i ? r Kentucky and North western Tcnissee The city Clerk presented the Sheriffs rev5.igft ceipt for S25.30ctri. aniout Court of Appeals cost in Hiiit of Dondurant & Drcwry tion of Land titles, and tho pure-hiFlnS Ts tlic-N- ". 0. & Si. L. It. It. and the city of eale af Real Estate. Hickman, which was ordered filed. BEXTOS'S toMBAY, Atl Airairsx so, isse, Sfloa Couimciwts Cotitiniif" M. FRENCH, c; i D Continue Four Jtontln. MONDAY, JAHTIAET 3, 1887, Aul AtuJy, inclmlliir .Tlic cenrM of i.I.i.hi. Il.w.ntlnn T. !. Vt,nm1 atti'Httoii U UcroteJ to tUe liciul tli.ir-iujil- SALARY. The City Clerk r.ported that he had issued check to W. J. "Webb for 2o.50cts. Sexton salary for month of August. On motion, Council adjourned. W. L. McCUTCHEN, C. C Attest, Farm lor Sale. I rive Month. Ijranclitx, d i KoTiiiNo tn3ke n wonian ho mad jh to go to u .shoe store to hay a p.nr of cheap slippers for In r und try to sell lur tne i.4rnur.al pair she had woiked foi u Christinas present to Ler minuter. hu-lmnd hiv-theclsrk One of the best Stock Farms in thelun. ty, best improved, and best range ithc county, one qurrter section, water (jTer freezes and never dries, 4 roilcs fromBck- road. man, on Dyer-bur- g tcrni'Jtc.. call on A. n. u.- - ;isi on premise nu .'97 4t jirinmry work In KglfIi lVt.ni LU.Itilt ItH,k.Kil,lfiir. AHll -- iirinitkm of tnut. fur 5titlitirf, CUKritlieHS'tf. uug wn far Ltui, ji t4I-(- !, Vmthi.' IW .,SP9n iu!.ds y -- A 8 9 Mm Iks Ua'ibwiMi M mom, Cash. I i l'" TUITION: IntermcMliitf, AtHsticeJ t 3fO - 1'ritnirr 1'npiM 3 ier mntitli. ' " . ZZ'm 51 tf Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United State. (OFFICE AT GOURT-nOUSE- ,) apro ' JFETHE'SJJALOOiJ, A. PAYABLE MONTHLY IN ADVANCE. IliCHHIN, zexo:k::jvajit ezt. U. BUCHANAN, Y. Prcst. K. L. ALEXANDEK, PJ.EASAIVT K-SSO- Alexander & Maxwell. Bi-Iox- Hon. Jas. W. Tate has an noanced himself a caudidato for Slate Treasurer, for the eleventh successive term. Barry South is also a candidate. Senator Burnett, of Trigg county, also has his ye on the Commonwealth's coffers. West Kentucky could no better roan than Senator pre-set- it Burnett, The yellow fever cases at i, Miss., are rigidly quarantined and shut off from all contact with the outside world. Indeed, the home physicians there yet deny that there is any yellow fever at that place. But, be this as it may, it evidently is-- not spreading, and the seasou being so far advanced there is little, if auy, probability of an epidemic this year. But look out for 18S7, as the seeds are now being planted, probably. Wnv is it when one man crdls another a liar and a scoundrel the insulted person altno-- t asks, "What do you mean sir? ' It voul seem that ueh language would not rt quire a map and a diagram to make it clear. inva-idbl- y 1 jars and FKESH BEER constantly on Up.Cj, Tobucco, of the best brandg.1 ratronace solioited. J nov H-t- fj - r. i ICt., July-- 3, ISsS, J. O. TAYLOEr . -- Ii. T. TYLER, Prcst. - LOWEil and LOWErT m ckNi W'Ni 3SOS00W, r --. . j SH Q-- l A All kinds of Groc8iicliatns,sidesc. is becoming fashionable for ministers to bestow platonic kisses on the fe- as cheap as the cheapest. I will no.' JOHN WlTTiN5 male lamb, but women must went kiti- undersold. ng badly to accept the platcnic v.hen lean-yei- r gives them the privilege of G. asking any young man fo ft kiss of tb It real tonic sort. The other eveninca gcnllensan'rt out-to- n MAYFIELD, - - AT. caught hold of tho iringo of a l.ely's to you," said Bhawl. "lam attached In Active l'rncllccStnccMnrcli, the gentleman, laugtiing, while he waa WILL practice in all the counties 0f to get loose. "Tho industriously trv ing d First Judicial District, and in the Amo is mutual, was the attachment late Courts of Kentucky. reply. ccpllS-l- y good-nature- PAEETt" D. ATTOENBY A hA$ UNDERTAKERS: KX, and I$Y, mm ITKXOSf -- MAI K'. I3-K3IA9 w 85O,0GO. v. CAPITA, Z. Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand, a full supply of , COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES Orders by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention jh' A full line of Ladies' and dents' Burial Itobes on hand, l'iclure Frames made to order. Old Furniture made new. We manufacture Cannon's Pile Ointment, Liniment o cure no pay ana -- iu .'icaicme. We expect to handle Furnituie, Buggies, Co, onn, .tun miu ia.e oruers lor mem now. Being regularly organized and ready for business, we respectfully solicit the patronage of all. All collections made for depositors free ofchaige. Approved p.pcr running three or four months, discounted" at the r?te of per cent, per annum IDIIEO-DOKS- X iL . A , II Tl'LKR. K. M. ju lie IS ALEiANDUi;. II. BUCHANAN. 'T. LT GEO. IL TIIKKLKKLD. UNDERWOOD. .iW.'C. GHAS. BALI JOII-VSOX. ZJJt. t a i M i c - ' h n A - ) -- J " . ..& . .4