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HP 4i9E rrri TfftBwWh Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With .a-t,:- f , ' 1jK 5fc5iB3B,- - Neatness and Dispatch. : b bills, BtTVELOPES, LaTTER-HEAD r 8. , .JE The Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky aiLL-HEAD- js j? fulfill 17.' 1886. USTVITA-TIOlsrS-. rKIOE OF SUBSCRIPTION. CURRENT TOPICS. .more. 1.50. ESTABLISHED CAUGHT IN A 3QNE. &. IS59. HICKMAN. PULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER UNHAPPY LABRADOR. 1 - VOL. The Idoi xflffo. 50 TS" v:? ETC., ETO. l.itx DO XT ?- --- libers. A eucalyptus tree fifty feet from a well in Alameda County, California, sent two roots through the brick wall of the well fifteen feet below the surface and completely covered the bottom with a mat of ton. An English physician says that Jien shouldn't crop their hair short. Hr, he. says, is a conductor of electricity to and if the brain fails to gelectric-it' '' it will soon soften. ingenious Maplewood (Mass.) boy An sent up some lanterns on tltailof his kite recently, and many ofthe inhabitants turned out to view whartbey supposed was a fine meteoric display Five Chinese stowways were found on a. Pacific steamer Francisco the other day. They wereull young men, and had given membeiyot the crew from $1GJ to $300 to sniuggfe them ashore. Some weels ago the town of Lorie, Arizona, contained 700 people and much valuable property. A cyclone visited it, and now ttcreis not the slightest sign left that indicates the presence of a once thriving the-brain- Seventy Thousand IVopln rnl DeCavo-I- n stitute hy the IVtllurr- rtlie I'lsli.rlrs. of Several Acres In Tun chestnut-bel- l Halifax, X. S.. Sept. 1','. Alfred B. Mor-rin- e, is getting to be a great Pennsylvania Colliery, chestnut. member of the New Foundland Lecis-latur- e for Bonavista, now here, says: "The An even hundred fails will bo held in IVIiorrliy Enteral Men Arr Imprisoned Labrador fisheries arc an Iowa this fall. entire failure. At Whose r.itc Is Uncertain. their thev can afford but a bare subTiik tteorizeris now at work on the sistence. Thirtj thousand jieople go from earthquake problem. New Foundland to Labrador for fish rcNNsruvAXix nut coal is worth $23 per Bcraxton. P.. Sept, 13. The Marvin every year. This vear they have Hot to pav ton in Deadwood, I). T. shaft Colliery of the Delaware and Hudson caught enough supplies. the co-- t of transAt least Loan Salisischy is said to be the worst Canal Company was the sceuo of an extent portation andare dependent upon the20.000 more people sucive cave-idressed man in Iondou. this morning, by which, it I cess of the 30, Mr). The feared, a number of men have lost then total fa, line of the shore fisheries Urn Hi'Ximnns of babv ailigntors are sold lives, how many it is impossible to say, year renders 70.000 people destitute, only ladies' pets in New York yearly. VO.OOO of thoe depending upon them beICino HfMhEiiT has erected a monument the suppositions vaiying from six to nmc; ing prepared to stand the loss of a year's th-There seems to be but little question of labr. The people have barelv chough to Victor Emanuel at Turin; cost, daath of one of them, an elderly man for present necessities, and no means It is claimed that the Washington Monu- named John Shafcr. Following aro tho of earning a dollar. The only rement has settled fourinchcs within a year. names of the injured: Henry Khaofer, lief to this picture is the fact that the c crop, the only crop raised on tho The Princes of Wales bus been accused Thomas Healv, faliorer; Joseph Ready, islaid, is of enameling to preserve her beautv of driver; Ueorge Mason, miner; Peter aloit a turning out weil, and will yield peck per head of population." Kelly, timber boss, was struck on tho bacV face. or the head and on the shoulder oy a lallm; Mr., Morrmo says: "This seems highly A single oyster opened the other dav bv rock. Kelly passed Joe Sha tgr, an eldarly .colorgd ifl view of the revnt lulirii-utumof,starvrtion a FairIaven (Conn.) man contained 1!:3 man. nt tin foot of tho slone." lie" thinks" dor Esquimaux,stories among tlm Labrabut is the plain English the rock which struck hi in struck Shifer pearls. of actual facts and inevitable consenlso. There are a numler of other work quences. "' Ho.vkv-makin- o has become a profitable men in the shaft, whose fato is not known. branch of industry among the women of The main road and the straight road, as A Child's Miraculous Escape. they are called, are both blocked, Canada. through them is as yet imCiNUWA-ii- . Sept, 12. Mr. und Mrs. Ed. possibility Scbult, is A thief entered James McCarthy's room possible. Thero a d son, of with their tho to tree ting an entrance at Marinette, Wis., and stole his wedding of workings in the rear of tho fail by Madisonville, came in Saturday evening to clothes. means ot a heading, which runs cirr seethe Exposition, and passed the night at Tnc police patrol wagons, in usosome around the twenty-fivfeet of the- cham- the residence of Geo. Ureeuwa Id, on Went years iu Cincinnati, are about to be tried ber, and men are at work and will .con; Fourth street. The family oeeuuv tin tmue without cessation until an entrance front rooms on the third lloor. This mornin New York. iselTectid By working three shafts, ami A uitoTiir.it of Lvdia Pinkham is the Pro- spelling the men every three hours, it i ing the parents went down to broakfnst Tho little hibition candidate for Lieutenant Governor hoped lo drill a hole through this twenty. leaving the bov asleep. one awoke ti d climbed out . of hvt teet of 'iial by some time in Minnesota. when, by getting the rear of the fall, jl tho front window to tho bah-onvA Piiilmieli-iuoyster dealer has a horse the mi.ss'ing men inare alive, they will al- Then getting upon tho iron railing that eats oysters on the half shell with re- most certainly ! found. The chances of & thrf child lost Irs balance and fell to the stone pavement in front of the i arlor winmarkable relish. rescue mc ery slim. dows, a distance of over thirty feet A At Fargo, in Dakota, good wives, bewail the time ' gentleman passing atthe house. saw the acbecause housemaids are not to be had at Seized for Smuggling. cident and alarmed The child was taken m anil the doctors summoned. one dollar a day. Hti.irAX, X. S.. Sept. 13. The Ameriein Thev could no injuries A iusI'atui from Charleston says that the seiner. Moro Castle. Captain Joyce, was scratches on find lower limbs. bevotid a few The escai the brick-layer- s of that city have "advanced sei7ed at Port MuUrave, last Saturday was most miraculous, as the lower ba'conv their wages to ft! a day. night, by Collector Bourinott, fonn:;-gliu- g is onl. about three feot wide, and th" child and otherwise violat.ng the cn'toiis could not huve missed the iron raiting mot o The prompt response to Charleston's aplaws, Thedetailsnreuotgiven. The Moro than an inch. peal for assistance, from all sections of the Castle was on her wav homo from "ortli country, is extremely creditable. Stone Mountain to be Blown Up Bay, with forty barrels of mackerel, anl When the Prince of Wales attended the was Iving at Port Mulgrave when seized by Ga.. Sept four fel cruiser theater at Hamburg during his receut visit, the Col.eetor and men from theCaptain square are being suuk in Stouo Mountain. Hoiilette. Tho vessel is owned by the price of seats near his was doubled. Nauss, who is at Port Mulgiave with an- Oue is four hundred feet up the side of th The passage of the Suez canal is now other schooner on ned by hiui, the Beflo mountain and will be thirty-livfeet deep. The other is seventy feet deep and six made in sixteen hours by the aid cf electric A. . hundred feet up tbi" mountain. Iuto tlw lights, which make night travel possible. former twelve tous of giant powder and Small Chang". Mrs. Yskclt Dciiley, who, tried to "reinto the latter two car-loawill bo W1!ivgton, move" O'Donovan Itossa, is still confined, ia 'llie Treasnrv dimmed. Tbe.so will be blown up in n although said to be cured of her insanity. Department has of late received numerals short time, and it is expected that the renickels and one-c- f tie ports will be equal to the earthquako An Irishman at Sheffield has placed ubove demands for live-ce- nt shock. Stone Mountain is but fifteen miles pieces. The number of theso coius iu t Lord Frederick Cavendish's grave a silver from Atlanta. Citiz?us are generally falls far short of the needs in tho alarmed, as they believe such an explosion tablet inscribed "Born to Albion, sacrificed extensive Miiall trade of the country. 'To will bo sullbieutly strong to reach the city. to Erin." meet these demand-- , tho Secretary of S to Some remarkable rock paintings and an Treasury has issued a cirvu nr aunounni.; El Coyote Routed. pieces will 'u and one-ceunknown temple have been discovered in that a tive-i-eforwarded from the Pniladrlphia mint .m St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 12. The Glob. San Luis Obispo County, Cal. They aro sums of twen. v dollars or multiples IJimorrat'f Eagle Pass, Tex., special Bays. prehistoric. upouonler-- . ftvo of ch:rg for cava'ry that were dispatehod A mill at Harlan, Mich., was shut down any point to In; reached bj tho The to after El Coyote returned to Piedras Ngras Ail a n is Express Company. because a d catfish got'into th Thev report that his men dispersed race and closed the gates, thus stopping and crossed the ltio Grande into Texas beVass?Is. France Seiz s Engbsh the water supply. fore thetinops could catch them. This.it Ptitis. Sept. 13. The French authoriis suppos-- d will put an end to the revoluQceen Victoria has become more cheerseizetl elevenEu-glis- h tion for the present. There is, however, a ful, it is said, since the defeat of the homa ties at Hnv.-- have fishing boats for infringing tho inter- strong feeling of disapproval of the rule bill, and has bought a new carriage to, ouly wbin national maritime and fisheries laws intho present Government, troops is silenced numcelebrate the event. by the presence of in large channel. bers. The European Powers will now probably London, Sept. 12. Sir J. Ferguton, iterate and their love for each Under Foreign Secietary, stated iu the Death from Lockjaw. otherjintil they aro quite ready to occupy! House of Commons this evening UliHtibo W.V.. SepL 12. E T. MitGovoxt;ieuLlitidseiitot-Ii'nsi.t" " Uierrnoryrtflej-niean-tO'KObbns-nthe British Embassador uLParwrfl9'a;l chell, oneof Huntington's oldest and most The last warrant Tor the payment of A1-- ! possible efforts to obtain the release otjth respected cltuumsTdied at hi homo. in Wust bama claims has been signed by Acting British fishing boats detained at Havns. Huntington, at ten o'clock last night, from Secretary FairchlliL, who has affixed his lockaw. Mr. Mitchell had a cancer on his rujot hand that bad almost destroyed that tdgnature to 1,003 documents of this class. Horrib'e Effect of a MisaViced Switoh. Biember. and it bei"g necessary to ampuQi i.(i, 111.. Sept. 13 Tlus oxeiungat S tate it that operation was performed bv It is said there has been found a commercial use for the sparrow that it is an in- o'clock. a a freight tron on the long !iv local physicians on the 2d mst. On the 10th distinguishable substitute for the reed bird arrived within n mil' of West tu:ut?, c he was seized with the lockjaw, with tho result as above stated. as a table delicacy in second-clas- s restaurs was thrown from th""ack by a misplaced switch. Eiigmt.er JleCarthy was caught ants. A Han Among Several. crushed to death. The Agricultural Department has been, b neath the enpin' andbadlv aldl that Fii email Keefo ws PitiLinELi'iiis. Pa., Sept. 12. A wallet braKe-mai- i. testing a new pea, to bo eaten pod and all,, he died mi houi-ate- r. 'SKtt. containing over 7.009. lost by Bank Runner like snap beans. It tastes like a combinawas alsi'tmby scalded, una will die. Robeson, while riding on a street car, yestue uccideut has not been tion of bean and. pea, and is enormously! The blame terday afternoon, was found in the road' located. productive. way by a teamster named John Gallagher, Anarchist Parsons attributes his confchortly after the car passed by, and was New Route to Europe. viction to the newspapers. The attorney! this Ciptnin returned to the bank intact well afternoon. WiN'f'Eo, Man., Sept. U Gallagher's honestv was who advised him to surrender himself fori rewarded. J wuo accompanied tbi He had kept the waflet all night, not knowtrial is cretainly entitled to some credit in'' MaiValn tue expedition to Hudson's Bay, ing on what to do with it until he read the Ale the matter. arrived nere from Yule Factory, hav-y- g newspapers this morning. A Hartford baby that died the other- - hy traveled by the way of Oxford House, day weighed less than three pounds, but toniuu House'nnd Iiko Winiiixg. to Sel- Alexander's Atdicat on Final. iu. iiiuu wiuv wospiaceu in a burial cas- ykirk. He reports favorably ot the route, Berlin, Sept. 12. Tho Xurth German ket and carried to the grave in a littj una cons iei xiuusnii s oirniL ceriaimy Gazette says there is no prospect of the navigabio for four months, and in some wmte Hearse. of Prince Alexander; that seasons for five mouths in tho year. Tun European war cloud looms up onre R03IANCE OF THE AVAJJ, SEEKING THE -- SOUTH POLE. IMt COMMONWbAUIrl. AN IDlgXI9MOTION. let n above-mentione- d u ? , po-tat- d A.Tlriitlhc Itritlslirr Who Vatits ail V.Z. peilltion to Marl at Once. Tho End of Which ia Arrest for LoMnjr, Sept. a Mr. Murray, speaking Embozzloment. beforo the British Association, advocated a largoscheme for Antnrtie exploration. Stolen Treasure Hurled Near New O- Ho said t?)at if the Austi aluin Governments i; rleansAfter Threo Weeks ! could be induced to vote $.V iW) each and the Sjolitier AVIin s.i, ho Parliament $75,000 towards the outfit of an Kuried It U Arrested Tor inAntsrtieexpedition the success of the undertaking would he assured. The colonies ception. might follow thn example of Australia, and this would tie the first great step in iniperialEfederatioii. Mr. Murray then New Orleans, L., Sopt. 10. Dr. Georgs went on to give an account of J. Adams, of Massachusetts, was arrested circle, which he said might be the Antartiu said to be hero charged with embezzlement, by covered vith a white shroud of snow and ice, which hod hitherto prevented unv d -ta number of persons whom he defrauded out of money to search for a hidden treas- ailed examination of oither the solid land the Oceaif waters. ure. Adams claims to have ;been a prac- or Miy Marray, bad Five expeditions, said been dispatched ticing physician in Massachusetts wli-- n from England and other countries to exthe war broko out. He shouldered n mus- plore thfAntarlie Continent, but only that James Ross ket and joined Company A, Seventeenth of Sirliontho work, had leen especially and Wilkes Massachusetts Volunteers A portion of fittedgoMvithiu the anil onlv ho cirelo, nnd Antartic had the eoimuuiul eunitt with JIutlr t Orleans. In a foraging; expedition thrco: IM;j-Xluto-da- y MWrellaneou Items. the Colored tempt to AZfP Louisville Leaf TobAcro Market. Hajeono With the Itlooily 3I.n-- n Dark and heavy tobaccos havo suffered a Shirr. moro real decline, and wolowerquo'ations VJSf. Another RejWl&P State conven'iVSoOc. for all grades from trash up to medium leaf, both extremes included. Green-rive- r tion, that of MWSS:haa adopted a half-drie- d leaf has depressed, becauso platform withoujyailiision to tho its peculiar condition was not suited either rights of cloreJTnuJM distinguis hed to tho English or domestic demnnd. Good lir,., -anil fair grades of botli leading types have from the righgy JUw; men. . been scarce und firm. The cool, dry, breezy Mich platform? tlMJWaysconstittitj a weather which has followed tho damp, hot most strikin;; jvUKl'wIdgenieiit of tho v forcing weather of the preceding four or success of iEjfeJslta Cleveland's five weeks has been exactly suited to the , ,el:nnnatiiir Administration the wants of tho plnnts nt the stage of ripening At- That r to Jnioeraey Would E,ulv THIRD PARTV TALK. The mmrultr In the, W,y of l.(r:ill.ln tho I'roliihitinn Que.tl!" .Mr. I'rje sunt Mr. Illalne Do Not Mr. Blaine's remarks In his speech on tho Prohibit onlsts, he It observed, are directed exclusively to the people- - of tho state of Maine. Da'jtnn Journal Aj-re- e. W rv s- Jsv three-year-ol- e - a Atht. 12.-W- ells e soldiers of the regiment entered a dwelling on the Magnolia plantation, twenty miles above New Orleans, on the right bunk of the river, and carried off some of it in $30,000 in gold and silver-?I.silver half dollars, $1,000 m dollars, and the remainder in gold. Being nfruid to enter tho city with so much money, on reaching a pecan grovo about half a mile from tho locks at the canul opposite Greeuv.lle, they selected a tree, prominent for its size und some peculiarities about its nppeuruueo At the foot which made it conspicuous. of this tree they buried tho money and one of the party being then took bearings, a civil engineer. Euch of tho three meu were furnished with a copy of this, an tint marauders returned to New Irleans, intending to return after the war aud His two coni- recover the money. and killed Admin wer pautoiis soon after. was desperately wounded Aduuis was taken to u Northern hospital, and helpless. When and left it parah he recovered the nse of his limbs, only n mouth ajro. he returned to New Orleuns and at once began to search for his treasure. He found to his dismay that all thn old pecan trees had been nit down and only the young ones left, aud was unablo to recoznizc the tree under which the treasure was buried. He devoted himself, however, for three weeks in delviug for it. A few days ago he took s.vernl other parties into partnership with him, who advanced n better outfit for nr-t-c ing the land and digging for the money; but a.-- he has unearthed no treasure liu partners had him arrested no 1 z- -d eotis--quentlto-da- and the Southern Pole reached. The Antartic land Inn' a great interest tous fim the scientific ijucst'ons connected with tho icecap and iceberg. The lee cup in tho Southern Hemsphere might le several miles in thickn?ss near the pole, and it was in connection nith this that some of the most interesting sc.entitlc investigations were required to be made. tenor migi have been explored with sleds AN AWFUL, RECORD. lliindrids of Peophi I I tc I to the Bulletin from Seoul, Coren. dated AugustS. states that deaths from Asiatic cholera from July 15 to i" numbered 3,140. Since tlen from 2"T to 4s7 persons havo died daily. Collins could not bo obtniiu-and thebodies were wrapped in sacking. In maty places dogs ami vultures had scratched una) tho light fevering of earth aud dexoured the bodies. d RvFitNi3to CL.Spt. CholiT.i In I'l.riM. . 9 tally A from letter The Government Bu Inings at Charleston l. C . Sept. 0. Tho following tebgram was to day received by Supervising Architect Bell, of the Treasury Department, from Inspector Speir, who wus spot to Charleston, S. C to the Government buildings: "The post office is damaged be ond repa.r. It will ine't have AN EXCEPTIONAL WOMAN. S-p- t. ut tfce:-e-of- tmns-portati- fifty-poun- to-da- y. e jut Illrini; yint to Assassinate it Man Wlin 1'ersislrntly Ailmlieil Her. PuiLsDni.riiLs, Sept. 10. A man name 1 Georgo Ehms yesterday mado utlidnvit a magistrate that he had le n offered $30 by Mrs. Barbara Pressman, a widow, 3oiling Water Used on Evicters. to murder a mnu named Frank Glassmire, Lonhon. Sept.l a Tweutt-onprisoner! and that William Conrad and Willium were i emaiided at Wuterford yesterday, Gardner had tried to persuade him to commit the ded. Mrs. Pressman and Couiad charged with pouring Ujiliug water mixed were arrested, and nt n hearing tho with lime upon tho h adx of the police and former wai held in $1,S0 bail for conspir- bnililTs, and tho town of Clanricardc is inn. acy to murder, mid Courad in f'sT'O as an fever of excitement. Men ore Hocking in accomplice. Chins was placed under $1.0)0 froinall parts of tbi country, each carrying bail n a witness. A warrant has been is- a stoat stick, and many having other weapsued for Gardner's arrest. I'.lnns states ons ooucenld in placsj easy of access, m that Mrs. Pressman desired to get rid of readi'i ess for detense incuse of an attnilc G:assmiro because ho forced bis attentions tby tho police, aud jHwsibly for offensive upon her, and his persistent protestation 'use should the increasing excitement ot admiration were distasteful to her. in nn assault npou the officers of the Jaw and their uids and s mpatbizers. bo-fo to-da- business propped up so as to etinhl to continue with safety to life, nnd until another building can" be obtained. Tho Club-bous- e is a complete ruin, and will have to have the w nils endangering hfo taken down. The Customhouse is badly dauiiged. Tho gabies and portico ceiling will invo to be taken down ' to have the roof Nupjort! and walls y cul-milia- to to ft.- Lirtus, Wednesday . uight, and nvallnble tending tho nflbcted persons, who an retching and vomiting violently. Thomas W. Jacobs and Sliss Alice Glasgow were married at the houso of the bride's father. Supin-- was served, and included chicken salad and boiled chicken, and nil ate heartily. An hour later tho bride and groom were taken sick, manifesting sjmptoms of hnvmg been poisoned. Part of the company had left, but those were taken sick, doubling up and vomiting. It has been learned that tho chickens for tho salad were cooked and salted in a big copper kettle. It is supposed tho salt caused the metal to corrode and mix with tho chicken. The people are all quite sick yet. but the doctors do not the' fatal termination of any of thu l r Mysterious Poisoning. DeCsTfk, III., Sept 10. About fifty people were mysteriously poisoned nt a country wedding about live utiles nest of hep G.lder Chi-oo- Going North. . Sept. 0. Tho 71tnrs Winnipeg, (Man. special says: "Colonel Gilder started yesterday all the. J.1ils eteniiig forYork Factory, having been nrworknt ""detained w altlng "for" tho HudsoTf Bay teamer,' upon which ho sails morning fiom Selkirk to Norway Uouse While here he purchased n Fin's outfit and a couple of wooden sledges, eighteen feet long and four wide. Tuey are made en tirely of wood and after the Siberian pattern. The are bound together with withes, and will stand ait enormous amount of rough usage. Victoria Schilling in a Convent. Senator Neu York, Sept. 0. Ex-Sta- te - cases. , y ut-Sa- n L A small boy in Bangor, Me,, thought it would bo fun to tie paper and straw to his dog's tail and set them afire. The dog ran into the boy's father's barn, which, with an adjoining house, was burned to the ground. Loss, The present cost of operating the railroads of the cduntry with steam power is in round numbers $502,000,000 per annum; but to carry on the same amount of work with men and horses would cost the country 11,30$,500,U00. f 4,000. A peculiar sand known as "squeaking sand" is found at the boiling spring on the Ira Hill farm in Dayton, Me. When rubbed or pressed in the hand it emits a succession of sounds which it would defy a tight fitting door to outdo. The blue fox fun presented by the Czar to the Sultan are described as two magnificent pieces, made up of the finest skins and measuring each three metres square. There value is reckoned at 150,000 roubles. King George, a negro fifty years old, is proving a puzzle to some of the most celebrated physicians in Boston. He has two sets of ribs and two hearts, and, apparently, has the power to suspend animation. Saratoga has a woman who handles the broad sheets and the broad paste brush with the skill of an expert. She is the widow of a former and continues his business with energy. An eccentric character in Susquehanna County, Pa., has an immense cage, in which are confined two hundred rattlesnakes. He captured them early in the spring, when they were coming from thair winter homes. Pater bed clothes are made at a factory in New Jersey. They are doubled sheets of manilla' paper, strengthened wiU$ twine. They hare a warmth preserving power far out of proportion to their thickness and weight, Mr. MrmaAXASDwrrE, of Princeton,IlL, while riding near that city, saw a mirage which presented to riew a broad river dotted with islands. This rhrer appeared to occupy the space where Princeton is, and to stretch farther northward. bill-poste- r, bill-poste- r, even if the Sobranje re elects Alexander thesigners of the Berlin treaty will hardly consent to his retern. It is not likely, the ,Gizrttr adds, that Russia and England will ti a telegraph operator and agent of the come to an agreement very soon regarding railroad, stationed at a lonely spot .he throne of Bulgaria. near here, was assassinated Saturday night A Big Oil Strike in Michigan. by some one who fired at him through tho wi'idow us he was writing. The murderer Manistcu, Mich., Sept, 12. R. L. Peten robbed his victim of a gold watch aud yesterday struck oil at a depth of 1,020 feet. about $15 in money. There is no clew o He had been drilling a salt well. Threo or tho assassin. Blood hounds have been sent four thousand barrels flowed out iu a short for at Indianapolis aud (Jlney, ill. time before the pipe was plugged. Exports say thev have seen wells in the East proFish and Ward. duce 4,(V"i0 barrels a aay with poorer pios-peat first than this well. The oil is of New York. SpL 13. Ferd Wanl's voics is heard from prison declaring that James the best grade. D. Fish lie wnen he says that ho (Ward) Grant's Land Concession Forfeited. stole a bag full of Government bonds City or Mexico, Sept. 12. The concesworth $l,.)Qu,o0'J. He says Fish knows that tho bag contained railroad bonds, and that sion granted to General Grant's Southern money was raised on them to make good a Mexican railway for waste lands in the deposit of ?1..V10,000 of city funds, which States of Vera Cruz, Pueblo, Oaxila and the City Chamlierlain had given notice Chipas, was officially declared forthat he would withdraw from the Marine feited. The railway concession had a long Bank. time since been forfeited. Russia's Petroleum Industry Bankrupt. Singular Accident to a Ball Player. New York, Sept, 13. A largo petroleum Hillsdale, Mich., Sept. 12. John Yeag-1brpkerago firm have issued a circulur statpitcher for a picked nine, threw a ball ing that the British Consul at Batoum re- with such force as to break his arm ported to his Government in May that the between the elbow aud shoulder. petroleum industry in Russia is on tho decline, and thut its clief promoters are threatened withbanruptcy. rhereport,iti Faithful Employes Rewarded. long as possiasserted, whs kept secret New York, Sept, 12. The Western Asble by the English Government. sociated Press and the New York Associated Press have sent $."00 as a gift to the CharlesA Sharp Advance in CofPe. who stood New York, Sept. 12. The coffee market ton reportersfirst full audby their posts and accurate reports witnessed an unusual movement. sent out the of the earthquake. Prices for Rio coffee were 40 to 45 points higher thatuon Saturday. Light receipts Try Him With a Cannon. ut Rio and auusual European competition aro cited us cau-e- s lor tho advance. Si'AKTt, Ga., Sept, 12. Last night, in Dixie, several negroes got into a tight. Snow-FaiMansfield Horton shot Wash Barnes. The IsiirxMiNG, Mich., Sept, 'IS. Snow. fell pistol ball struck Barnes directly in the here yesterday. It was only a slight fall lorehead. but finding his skull impenetrable, it glanced off, leaving only a slight U'.d soon melted nwav scar. "William Fay, of Acton, Mass., threo year-- ; old, was bom with his legs Murderer Dies of Voluntary Starvation. so twisted that lie could look down on Baltimore. Sept. 12. Henry Myers, who muid red his son about two months ago, the soles of his feet. About three of starvation. months ago a doctor of Lowell took died in the city jail y Two weeks ago, Myers apparently made up charge of him, and the lad never be tried mind walks about as well as anj one, with his crime,that he would starving himselffor to and set about his his little limbs as straight as normallv, death. Sinco that time he has refused all although inclosed in iron riggiug that nourishment, and this morning he was overwill be worn until the limbs are strong. come by syncope, and died at 9 o'clock. Leading physicians who have watched the case pronounce it a triumph of Prof. Gurney Dead. surgery. Boston Journal. Salem, Mass., Sept. 12. Prof. Gurney, of m Harvard College.died at Beverly this mornEvery city, vllage and country ing, of heart disease. town should bo liberally supplied with A Pleasure Boat Capsizes. drinking fountains for animals, and they should be so constructed that New York, Sept. 12. The sloop yach6 even the smallest dogs can drink from Martha Monn, of the Columbia Yacht them. No gift to a people confers a Club, capsized in a squall on the North greater pleasure than a fountain, and river, near Shadysid?, tLis afternoon. A board that person who turns aside a stream pleasure party of fifteen persons on poil e were thro .wi "into the river. The from the field and gives a watering patrol boat, which fortunately happened through to the roadside, or nrovidoa f. to be near, went to the rescue and saved fountain at which man and beast can ! all hands. nnnK pure water, is truly a public Iowa Druggist Fined for Selling Liquor. benefactor. Troy Times. Creston, Ia., Sept. 12. O. V. A Philadelphia optician saj-- that a prominent druggist, has lieen there are more people wearing glares found guilty on thirty separate counts of In that city than in Boston and Vi,.. selling intoxicating liquors in violation of r i the pharmacy law, and lined 61,50) aud ujtk Tf legraph Operator Murdered. Marshall, 111.. Sept. 13. George Powers, Vnu-dulict to-dj- Austria Remonstrates. Sept. 10 Tho Berlin TagWatt says that tho Austrian Government hat sent a diplomatic note to St. Petersburg remonstrating against the sending of any Itussian official to Bulgaria. It is reported that Prince Henry of Battenburg, who is on his way to Darmstadt, brings with him a letter from (Jneen Victoria, inviting Alexander to visit Balmoral. The mill tnxy authorities at Sofia have ordered th release of all who wore arrested for taking part in the revolution. Russia has offered to guarantee a Bulgarian loan of 10,0(K),0iX) roubles. London-- , Is It 10. A singular case is puzzling tho doctors here. Mist Mmnio Clark was taken suddenly ill oa Tuesday night and died Wednesday night, Tho symptoms were somewhat puzzling, and nfter her death. Dr. Jones of the State Board of Health, was called in. He is in doubt, but savs if there was a single case of Asiatic cholera anywhere about, ho should call this u genuine case. In tht meantime he will see that every precautionary measure is taken in case It should be cholera. Wall John K. Kiernun, a street financial newsman, who is mi intimate friend of the Morosini family, states is in th I.'rsu-liu- e that Mi's. Victoria Convent, nt Montreal, aud that the reconciliation between her and her father was brought about by his intervention. well-known Mexican Revolutionists. 0 There nre a revolutionists in thousand Tnraaulipas Count v. Mexico, who aro ready to win victoi y or tight to tho death. They arc rebels against the general Government, and no quarter will bo given them if cap- Citt op Mkmco. Sept. d tured. Tacvton, Ms,.. Sept. Cholera? Beating the Bicycle RecGrd. IIoiTrnnit. Cons., Sept. 9 At tho bicyy thoono-mil- o cle tournament here handicap professional life wus won by F. Wood, of I'nglnnd. in '2::CS. beating Hen-dee- 's record of '2:M, and beating the best tiiuo ever made in a race. to-dn- Smothered to Death in a Wheat Bin. Jacksonville, III, Sept. 0. Two boys named Charles Spain and Kverett Ellis, aged Hand l.lrespe lively, were smothered to death this mornmg while playing in a wheat bin, from which tho grain was being drawn. y Fool, Revolver and a Funeral. y, to-da- y Pa., Sept. 10John Buchman, aged sixteen, plnyfully pointed a revolver at his brother Francis, uged eighteen, snapping it several times, when a cartridge was exploded, the ball striking Francis just below the eye, and inflicting a mortal wound. He did not known it was Rnuiivo, To-da- y Cholrra In Italy. Sept. a Cholera returns for Italy: Tone Bell Annunzinta, 100 new cases, S 10 deaths; deaths; Piit'gnnii , Is. Ravenna, li cases. : deaths; Ferrara, 'M cases, S deaths; other districts, 'iS cases, 10 Rome. ca-e- s, deaths. Afraid of Earthquakes. loaded. Charleston, S. C, Sept. 0. Between three and four thousand people havo left the citviermanently. Tureo slight shocks of earthqiiako were felt at Summervilla to-da-y. A Drunken Man Kills His Own Son. 10. John Shay, in a drunken quarrel with another man tonight, threw a brick nt him, but hit his own son, four j ears old, on the licad, crushing the skuli. "He was arrested. Lowell, Mass., Sept. to-da- y Kdled by a Stroke or Lightning. Witertowx, N. Y Sept. 10. Edwin Potts, jr., aged 24, was instantly killed and by lighthis sister badly stunned ning, which struck their father's house. to-da- y The Soldier Prince's Departure. OkniVs, Sept. a When Prince Alexander's yueLt entered Sofia last year ho was greeted by tho otherwise generally quiet populace with ovations and acclamations as the conquering hero. But yesterday, at his depar ure from Sofia, the loud shouts of triumph were changed into utterances of sorrow. As the Prmce continued his journey through the small villages he was everywhere received by the inhabitants with signs of deejt sympathy and universal l. regret. Killed by An Explosion. London, Sept. 10. By un explosion in a colliery near Bristol seven jiersous to-da- y, were killed and ten injured. Chicago, Sept. A Despondent Mother. 10. Mrs. Frank Comfor, a widow tweuty-fivyears old, mado a desperate and perhaps successful attempt this afternoon to end the lives of her two children, aged respectively two years and seven months, and herself, by corrosive sublimate. Sinco tho woman's husband died, about a year ago, she has had several fits of melancholia. o Geronimo Goes to Florida. Washington, Natchez and the rest of the Apacho band will be taken as prisoners to lort Marion, Florida. Sept,9.-Geronimo, to-da- to-da- Spa'n as a Mutual Friend. Washington, Sept. 9. It now nppcars that Spain promptly offered its friendly services to mediate between this country and Mexico in nuy differences which might grow out of the lilting case. The offer came on the 2T,tb of August, and wa mado both to the United States ami to Mexico. . r- - - - Business Failures. 10. A weekly report of business failures show them fewer in every section of the United States, but in Canada fully up to the average. in Decrease Nr.w York, Sept. Arichat jesterday for violating the Customs law by communicating with the shoro beforo entering at Customs. Shot His Baby Brother. Moaweqi-a- , American Schooner Seized. Sept- - a Tho Provincetown, Mass., schooner Prnrl Nelson was seized at An Halifax. A Boy's Awful Fate. 10. John Hober, aged sixteen years, a tool packer, attempt-ed to jump across a shaft in the Alice mine vesterday. He struck his head on a crossbar and fell down the shaft a distance, of S17 feet. The body was terribly mutilated ind the head smashed fiat. Christians Murdered. Paris, Sept, 10. The Unitrrs publishes a telegram from tho Bishop of Toiiqum saying that seven hundred Christians have been massacred and forty villages burned in the Province of Minium, and that nina thousuid Christians are perishing of hunger. Bctte, Mont., Sept. w r III, Sept. a At Stoning-ton- , twelvo miles west of here, Jo,eph Chesbro, aged ten years, accidentally shot his brother Earl, aged four years, inflicting a mortal wound. The bows were playing m a huymow, where they found a had been stolen from a Ston-ingto- n store, when the accident occurred. th Amer can Thieves. Hamilton, Ont.. Sjpt. a Edward Myers, of St. Louis--, who stole iti.5Ji from h.s employer ami il bflie. wm eii:e!ic.'d to six uiO'iU.s' .mprisonmeut in.'ng.ug stolen lunnev into Cauadu. Dealing W 11 - Ualts-Bchue- r, Canada s comouiea. ' costs. fiuesttaW' politics. neirro It would it be - fkr out of the way toissa !hattho Republican 'Vis tlmnder tones" party has tkj rtger any such issue, that there is s'ossion of the Dem- and that t ftslboe.nvfhn cvuisn ot ocrats to h8 VJ5lt is ' certain that Darkmul llttri. Jtnrtrn. ils (Usappe, Trash,,., .'..,, ...jjji.poa i 75 2 coawMi theJUeuubl itfCt-- before failed to iJlLSSa JtxHarcquallr ccr-ni.'iKoino. i' .. 'm ..-7.V t'25 Medium lufc's.-.5F- 3 0& 3 T.'i . ' 4 5 fO 5 7.a B 75 Good lusrs luuLinr-ivoUiuuoinaii- now 10 tain .1 r, 2Yt r, 7.7ft 5 0 Common lear the bl'yrs'hirt,t if there were "wave 7 uri x m 5 GOi 0 25 Medium leaf any sirdi tliig to wave. Moreover, 10 UX&12 7 MW 50 Good leaf !' Wtl0 W 14 litl" o0 selections the IJepuuIans in convention asU W&U GO sembled are 12 lO&lS Si Wrappers 'ast as keenly alive to the dangers attodinfj Chinese labor, and M. B. Grmum. residing near Casey-villMrs. pauper laboi as the Democrats. It is was stung to death by bumble-bee- s not that thejjhave forgotten any of the tho other day. rijrht-- or wrTnsrs of tho downtrodden Dr. Footc, of Meade County, was thrown and oppres-The' have simply from his buggy and his head struck a rock rt'eorni.cd he fact that the with such force thut death resulted. jrurmht has pone from among Former pupils of tho late Prof. J. W. tis. Siircly.'nothing could lie more Dodd, LL. I)., resident of Shelby ville, have easily spared issued a call to all of his pupils to attend a The admiable disappearance sugmeeting to bo held at Shelby vllle, Monday. gests a few riliictions on the last naOctober 4, for the purpose of providing a tional eampajjn. Wo shall not chide fund for the erection of a monument to the the Ueptihlians for their gloomy memory of that distinguished educator. prophesying about the dreadful fate The war iu Perry County is over, nnd of the ne;jn in case Mr. Cleveland were elerti'dProaideiit. They mostly peace and quietness reigns supremo. believed wha they. said. Hut the truth In Owingsvillo there were 123 indictments found by the grand jury, principally must be loldlhat" excessive and exclufor carrying concealed weapons and rolling sive attention to one idea aimost al ways prodttcs an unsettling of the liquor contrary to law. mental balace, and causes the thinker Willie Wi utz, of Louisville, was terri- to lose the sse of perspective. This bly lacerated by a largo dog. The child's is what Sentor Hoar said was the left eye was entirely destroyed. initter withjic Mugwumps two years Tub New York Sun snys: "The Tenth ago. He sail that their intense "men- -t District of Kentucky, lying in tho eastern il strain oncoming the "spot" on part of the State, und represented in Con- Mr. llaitte3robe had caused them to gress by the Hon. AVtlham P. Taulbee, is lose all seise of the proportion of remarkable for the homogeneous character things. Thy could not see the of its population. It consists of twenty fat"of the negro in ease Mr. counties, with an aggregate population at Cleveland would be elected. They tho last census of about 1.72,000. Iu till of could only io the Mulligan letters. It tho twenty counties there uio only thirty-fou- r was notliinho them that four millions men, women and children of foreign of freedmen were about to be handed birth. Most of these live in tho towns of over to masters hound Winchester anil ML Sterling. In sixteen hind andthr former was a trille to hot. This counties, with u population of 105,f.'i0, there them comiHred with a few beggarly foreign-borpeople. In aro only sixty-onrailroad bends. Such obliquity of ten counties, with a population of T5ts, vision was imply astounding. In five ttere are only fifteen foreign-born- . The Mujjvumps" replied that the counties out of 30.305 people there nre only Democratic jarty would not dare, even three whose nativity is not American if they wereso inclined, to oppress the Bell. Breathitt, Letcher, Magoffin, Perry first recognizanud 'olf Counties huve each only one colored man since the foreign-borresident; Leslie and Harlan ble evidenced such intentions would cans thorn 'o be hurled from power. Counties have none." They arguoi thut the s nse of responsiTwo saloons were opened in Brownsville, bility for order and good government a fow days ago. Tho last County Judge which would lead this refused to issue licenses for the sale of in- wicked uartyto be extremely careful toxicating liquors in Edmonson County, in their ways, and that sincp the weland all tho saloons have been closed for fare of by Vca.son of his several years. At the last August election situation. was more, depeno thequostloii of "lfcenweois-hIfcenS15""'was" dent upon Democrats than upon Reiu issue, and tho license ticket won. The publicans any way, he would, perhaps, first oflictal act of the new Judge, who was be even better off when the responsiinstalled recently, was the granting of li- bility for his good treatment rested cense for these two saloons in Brownsville. wholly upon the It was A i.Mtor, tobacco barn belonging to Wesargu.'d, also and this was nerhaps the ley Vicroy, near Maysville, was entirely most amazing and impudent pretence destroyed by Hro a fewllays ago, supposed of all that the Democrats were one-ha- lf to bo of incendiary origin. of the American people, anil that AccoRitiNit to tho official record, there what was good for them in the lonjr are 5,fti pensioners residing in this St.nte, run wotiid be srooil for the. rest of us. who receive the sum of $71.441 . 01 monthly. Tnis was so (tp posed to the prevailA firmer named Georgo Rogers, whore-side- s ing Republican conception of things, that no words could be found to on the Cuno Run road, near Louisville, while slidiug down the side uf a hay- chaiMet ric the pernicious folly. The stack, a few days since, met with a horrible conception, shared even hy some accident by coming in contact with the bankers and college professors, was prongs of a pitchfork. His leg was mangled that tho Democrats wore not Ameriterribly, and recent reports are that mor- can citizens at all. except in form: tification has set iu. und that the wound that they were really a kind of foreigners reeking with Rum. Romanism will probably result fatally. striving to gain control Reports from various sections received and of the Government in order to overby a Louisville tobacco warehouse show that the prospects nre good for an unusu- throw it. The blow a that Rev. Mr. Hurt-harsevere one in struck was ally largo crop. The acreago planted this its effect upon the "Irish contingent,' year is considerably above the average, and at the time of planting ruins wore because it expressed the common Revery favorable iu most localities, and in publican view of the Democratic party. nearly all sections a good stand was ob- The Hlainc Irsjimcn recognized its flavor immediately tained. Along with the disappearance of the will be remembered that recently It bloody shirt, and largely in conseGeorge Ininan, the blind fiddler was killed it, there will also disappear by a man named St. Clair, near Livingston. quence of of the fantastic notion that The other day John Inmau was fatally the American people arc bent upon wounded by his brother Andy, by the accidental discharge of the hitter's pistol, the destruction of the Government while both were cleaning their guns pre- and the establishment of some indein its stead. Probparatory to starting in pursuit of St. scribable pow-woably no one who held this belief ever Clair. gave himself the trouble to define in A violent earthquake shock visited Henderson on tbt morning oftheth, which his own mind what kind of society wus much heavier than the two previous Mr. Cleveland and his party would shocks felt there within the past four weeks. sot up on the ruiivfof the constitution. ForThe effect seemed entirelv different from if thev should oncelget power. tunately for all such, they aro now f tho other, the first of which appeared some heavy article had upset on the spared "the necessitv of doing so. X. y. Post. floor above. The second shock appeared rotary in motion, causing tho largest buildSPIRIT ORTHE PRESS. ings in the town to rock. Thut of the 7th Mr. Blaine'slpeeeh is tho speech caused every building in the city to trem ble, and was accompanied by a rumbling of an advocaf, anunot the speech of a noise, similar to thut causedjby a heavy statesman Providence Journal Hep.). clap of thunder. The chimneys on several Hon. William Maxwell Evarts, buildings were thrown off by the shock. we rejoice to hujr, has recovered from News from different portions of the county tho effects of bisrrecent accident, and report tho effect the same as felt at Hender- will soon resume business at tnc old son. In Union, the adjoining county, tho stand. Many? a. less conscientious 6hock was not felt by any one. patriot would jiavc applied for a penBrooklyn Eagle. A poor, emaciated nnd starving creature, sionwho gave his name as Clement Liovering, Blaipc' wants the Prohibitionists was picked up on the Shelbyville pike, to vote fonthe Republican candidates, near Louisville, tho other morning, nnd and HlaincCs lieutenant, Frye, is using presented to tho county court as a lunatic his persuasive etlorts in the samo diHo had been lying around tho neighborHe begins by calling the rection. hood, subsisting by beggary, for several Prohibitionists ' impudent, unblushing weeks. The jury that examined him camo scoundrels.jf He probably intends to tho conclusion that it was starvation them to understand that ho regards nnd not lunacy that ailed him, and sent them as above llattery. Detroit Free him to the 5 Pres.t. The Masonic Grand Lodgo of Kentucky, Mr. Blaine says that he does "not n few days ago, through Captain John H. wish to be understood as saying that Leathers, cashier of tho Louisville Banking tlie recent labor troubles were the reCompany, wired $250 to Charleston for the sult of a Democratfc Administration, relief of the earthquake sufferers. but there is a suspicious contemporaA Courier Journal special says: "Sun.about the two which the day afternoon Hiram Jennings and Allie neousness should be called upon to Democrats Howard rodo over to Sam Bailey's place, The panic of lb?;?, in Hardin County, and shot Bailey explain." epiriots of 1877. and the yellow-fevdown without warning. Bailey died and demic of 1878,. may likewise not have men surrendered themselves to. the oflicers result of a Republican AdminNo cause for the killing is assigned. In the been the istration, but there was a suspicious same county, on Friday, Letcher Lovo shot contemporaneousness about them and killed a woman named Martha Spenwhich the Republicans should be called cer, without any provocation." Chicago Time. Dvii Kioer, of Moscow, this State, was upon to explainSenator Mahone is a philosopher. by the cars at Poplar.Bluff, Mo., the lilled other day. He was sleeping on tho track. He would have been glad to have suchimself as Senator, but the A max named Poynter, living two miles ceeded Fates and tho votes decided otherwise. from Frankfort, was severely stabbed the willing to other evening in alley by one of He is now House asaccept an election the successor of to the lower four brothers named Bradley. It is not Hrad v. if a majority of known which one of the brothers commit- Congressman the district are of tho ted the deed, nor is it known what wus the the voters of thinKing ag Senator Maorigin of tho affray, but it is believed it same way of grew out of a horse, trade between Poynter hone, the Virginia apostle of readjustment will continue to figure ag an ai. and Owen Bradley. statesman indefinitely. Such a The Directors of the Louisville Library leged may lie unfortunate for Virginia, have concluded to sell the books at public result will show that Senator Mahone auction and close up the institution finally. but il that The sale will begin on tho loth, arid will be is a patriot SX when willing to take he can't get all what he can made by classification of subjects. igta-vAihu wan Times. and wuightiug, and has also favored the cuttiug, which is in progress in some section. A very leafy crop is expected, and also a crop of considerably larger size than bad been anticipated earlier. W quoto ltsbo tobaccos as follows, for full weight packages: Coinin0nilUff8.-.Sfes2(OO'5r --.- ft. . l A 1 - 7."i H TiD e, s d. ensan-jjuiut- 'd The same fact has been remarked by some of the best of our Democratic commentators. The rest of his speech was especially shaped as a "key-note- " to the Republicans of tho whole- country, but he dared not thus to treat the question of prohibition. II-- j preferred to consider it as a local issue. Kven in thus treating it he has raised a storm of discontent. The Prohibitionists of his own part- - are after him with a sharp stick; and St. .John, who lost him New York and the Presidency in 18SJ, is coming o Maine to help them. lie- joins in the charge of the .Maine Prohibitioni-itthat Mr. Bhiino,is. trying to serve doui uoi aim jiammpn that "he' preaches, Prohibition andj works for free rum." His old lieutenant. Senator Frye, is working him grwit mischief by a violent preaching ot that which he does not practice. That he is not himself adverse to the wine which is red in the cup, and to the champagne which d bubbles lusciously in the glass, is well known; but he had the hardihood in Jiis Houlton speech to utterly disregard Mr. Maine's advice, and to exhibit himself as a Prohibitionist of the most ultra type. "I am a Prohibitionist," said he. "and I believe in its enforcement to the bitter end. I am in favor of the Republican - - s rMS long-necke- party shouldering Prohibition, and I know that in time the party would conquer under that banner." This is not the tirst nor the last evidence that Senator Frve ha given in .. late years f Ins willingness to stick a little" knife into Mr. RIaine's cause. Here is another passage from his same Houlton speech, which has set the country to wondering and has fairly startled Mr. RIaine's friends. "If you see a man marching through the .. ng streets mnrKed 'I inn an honest man." distrust bridal hhn at once You tiike a dress, with Its ribhons and splendid luces, and put it on exhibit on with a t ttle Ink spot on will find plentv of men and Its skirt, and women who will see nothmir but thut spot. Now. the people or this country with an exquisite fidelity to the bet interest of the Nation, vnv the little hit of a sin.rch nn the skirt of Mr. Illrtine's coat. nnd. therefore, voted th.it Mr Cleveland, a man who w.i- - smirched from head to foot, should be President" Here is an open confession of one of Maine's Republican Senators, before a inii'-innie- nt e n great public meeting, that there was "a smirch on Mr. Hla'me's coat." It is singular, is it not? Rut. returning to the Prohibition n power-confer- s , question, Mr. Hlainc will speedily find that, as a professed national leader of his party, he can not coniine his public declarations upon this question to the State of Maine. "'We wholly mistake the s;gns of the times if. in the next two xears. Prohibition docs not play a greater part in the politics of this country than ever before.. In Maine, New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Ohio and Michigan Prohibition "tfunl parlies" promise this year to control a ltd to the balance the result of the State elections. If this shall prove true, then in the national contest of 1S88 we shall witness a vote for the Prohibition National ticket such as never before has been dreamed of. The Plumed Knfcht will not be able to maintain his position in the dark. H" will be forced to come out from behind his concealing platitudes and to declare whether lie is "for of-K-f- lctffrT",--'g-''-mine ; or against." Cincinnati Enquirer. m BLAINE'S DISHONESTY. d one-ha- lf w as-i- "- The Continental Fabricator from Maine Chiirclnc the Deiuocrnrr with llrin Kfspniisilile for the Labor Troubles. In his speech, to the preparation ot which a year was devoted, at Sebago Lake, the other day, Hlainc called attention to the labor strikes, and insinuated that the policy of the Democratic party was responsible for them. It would be difficult to inia ;iue a more rcckl.-sor untruthful accH nation. Does Hlaine forget the railway strikes of a few years ago, when the militia of nearly every State in the Union was called to arms, and even the regular army had lo he employed in saving property and preThe Democrats venting bloodshed? were not in power then, for tho Republicans had evvry thing their own way, and even in Pennsylvania, where the" State has launched out millions of dollars to railroad companies for damage done by strikers, not a Democrat was in a State, office. Which party was in power when the telegraph operators' strike occurred aud paralyzed trade for weeks? Who was responsible for the strike in the Hocking valley, Ohio, in the year 181, which kept the country at fever heat for months, and blood trickled down tho bleak hills of that coal region? It was shown at the time that Hlaine was a stockholder in the Hocking valley company, which s alms-hous- e. the-lah- er Dead-Sho- t imported Hungarian mincrs'to starve natives into subjection. The continental fabricator from Maine ought tosteer clear of the subject of strikes, for the fact is well known that labor agitation was foreign to this country until the. Republican party came into power. Scarcely had Maine's falsehoods been scattered broadcast "over the laud when the news was telegraphed from Pittsburgh that nail mills, which have been idle for a long time, were about to start full blast under satisfactory arIt U rangements with employes. strange that a man who has been in years as Hlaine public life twenty-liv- e has Should stand up before an intelligent people and utter such malicious falsehoods as ho is handing out by wholesale. Docs this impudent man who was steeped in corruption think the American people dolts, ready to accept as truth his falsehood? The game ho is playing is a desperate one but it will fail of its object, for the voters of this country know the man who wrote "burn this letter." sold his vote as a representative- of the citizens of Maine for Little Rock and Fort Smith stock, and attempted to rob poor Peru so that he might snare the bogus claims of a French adventurer. Is it Mich a man, no to bo presumed-tha- t matter what he may say, will have weight with thinking men who have thebest interests of the country at heart? The glamor with which the blatherskite has surrounded his words will give way to honest penetration and will stand forth as the utterances of a man destitute of common honesty. - Buffhlo Times. m - Kven the most stalwart Republican organs recognize tho fact that Jeff. Davis is "played out" as an issue. The Burlington (Is.) Hawkcye characterizes his recent address beforo a Missi-sip- pi a as "very temperate," and refusiw to jret at afl excited over it-- H. 1'. Poit Democratic convention n ir. . - - ft Wi vjiKrffaws; V 4" - 'k'Sv - 20rsJ($Zm&yll jSijA? "-y- vs -- ., Skfr.-T- V tf'1 J& :?""--. '- - ,- - OAiJjI 'j hHc I H The Hickman Courier. f h" ra,,,J,c. b(i GEOBQB WARREN, Publisher. r HICKMAN. A WIFE. a.,?!w ago n'1 sli'.,: A.Discourso on the Lessons Taught l buhovo I show vnMmrole'.'tnc by Hagar"s Exilo and generator .,. KENTUCKY enginenow to show along von how the result aro accomplished."" The Duty of I'lndlnj; One'i Sphern nnd I "i . 'x th W"fiI. Uiereforc "when .Mr-- ( 'ook if he jrfbnliT ,.,.. mbm to h:ui nnv. TAMIAGE'S SERMON. 'ys In the Lord's army we all want to be The sloop says: "More mast, inoro tonnage, more canvas. Oh, that were a topsail schooner, or a brig, or a Canard stoaw Brigadier-Generals. 1 full-rigg- er." Howorten her touch, soft and trembling, Has ent a iju!cic thrill t mv heart! How often her brown oyvi d ssomtdlng Have caued too in anguish to start! To fonri'i Iiit I've tried, but in vain: Since! met her she's haunted my brain; Ana I scarce can believe. Though the rumor's so rife. That inj last year's aoiualntanca Is this year n wire disputed with rivals unnumbered I've The honor of holdlnjr her fan; Through the waltzes I've a'm essly lumbered When she danced with some other man. I've quarreled w.tli m ink blotted leaf. I've snarled t latlier notes were too brief; Hut how foolish and vain fi'Cins that small, silly strife When I thlnlc that she now Hears the title of "wire:" I've it" ven her baskets of flowers; I've carr ed her books by the score; Through many a tw jrht's grav hours I've read her the poet's sweet lore. Hut a truce to such senseies reviews; To what use do I sit here and muse? She has taken the veil. She is Aftad to that life. She's a maiden no more. Hut n woman a wite. I'll never seek pleasure without her Karth's light would seem dreary and cold; Like h shadow I'll hover about her. Then her form In mv arms I II enfold. Though see ng her close to mr side, No being shall threaten or chide. For the woman I sing Is my treasure for life: 1 She's my sweetheart, my lover. My darling, my icife. Charles Mnreau, in Dctivit Free Prcnt. QUITE SURE OE IT. Ono "Who time was lixed, and nt theaiH'01"1 hour .Mr. Cook .called and took me to his farm, about three miles u,h of Mansfield. As an excuse fofa HeaTV crop of weeds in a field, where, hundreds of bushels of wheat should have been harvested, he explained: I have been so busy with mv researches that 1 have been unable to" put out any crops. L could get nobody to attend to the farm, and therefore" it is nothing but a barren waste. I succeeded in getting a few acres of oats planted, and that, with a small potato patch, will be all I will derive this veir from this line tract." Here he lives, as he lias lived for years, with a wifo and daughter and his wife's sister. The latter is his enthusiastic assistant, and has helped him in inanv lono- - fears of toil. Distant from the house stands an old shop, wherein is hidden the secrets of his life. No stranger everi,enters here, for it is herein that are contained the results of thirt3'-si- x vears of labor. This seclusivc rule has been almost invariable, having been broken bat half a do.en times in over a third of a century. Several electricians and two or three others of known mteritr have been admitted, but only after signing an iron-claagreement not to reveal, patent, or cause, to be patented or improve without his consent any of the parts shown to them. A Heepln It The Dancers of (her-weeiilii Pride The Well In Kvery Wilderness. Rev. T. DoWitt Talinage In n recent sermon at tho Brooklyn Tabernacle, took tho story of UnRer's exila as his tliunie in illustrating God's ability and readiness to rescue the outcast. His text was: And God opened her eye.--, and she saw a well of wnter, and slio wtnt sind titled the bottle with water, and puvo the hid drink. GeueaU x.l.. 1R. The preacher said: Morning breaks upon Beer-shebThere is an early stir in tho houso of old Abraham. There hns been trouble nnionj; the domestics. Ilngar, an assistant in the household, and her son, a brisk Ind of sixteen years, have impudent nnd insolent, and Sarah, the mistress of tho household, puts her foot down very hard and says that they will n. Ihj-oo- he fourteen-year-ol- d d Thinks Ha Has Cor- taken up in the pursuii'o' his studies. The rear is used as a shelter hr his Porpotual Motion. nered trusty old horse, who has done near rest of the farm, so "much Ihe shop is dilapidated, is the his jiiitul is An Ohio Man Invent an Klectrlc.il Machine Which lie Claims Will Itun Until It Wear Itncir Out JIj'atry ot Force. For half a century I). M. Cook has lioen a familiar ligurc in Richland Comity, ami has been marked for his .singular inventive genius. In 1850, when a young man, he became impressed with the wonders of electrical science, and then became enamore of its study. He to delve into the unknown of this hidden force, and for thirty-- i years in alternately brilliant and adverse circumstances has trodden over this lield till there is no nook or corner with which he is unacquainted. lie commence! His studies at a tune wh-- n little was known of electricity, ' . and by a pursuit of know , edge in that ,,vniunos of 1)re.,ent construction, with unbounded zeal, he has eel)t in ,ilslt i.e au0 uscu wro andiron. not only kept apar-- with the wizards "This." said he, "is mv perpetual of the day. but has so far gotten in ad- - electric generator and engine. 1 will var.ee oi mem mat nis assertions are call my assistant and show you how it almost accepted as altogether incredu- works." lous. The machine was rudelyconstruoted, But no matter whether his chfiins for Mr. Cook made it all himself with seem wonderful and almost beyond a few old tools that had done too much Indief, they are worthy of eredenceSfor service already. Parts of it wore made he must be placed in the listofsucetvs of wood, and the whole was not put ful inventors. In 1S.V2 heconceivedand together in a very artistic manner, but a ueviee mat revolutionized it Ins discoveries, and the manufacture of sorghum sirup. that was his only purpose in its e device Was called an evaporator, ' struction. This model weighs three and was used to make sirup from sor- - ' hundred pounds, and Mr. Cook said by ghuin. His principle was to run the juice the r of one man could bo aero s a heated surface in rows generated current sntlicient to light up till the juice would run out as a pure from thirty to fifty sixteen candle-powe- r sirup ready for the table, the water incandescent lamps, being evaporated in its passage, and His assistant having arrived, who bv the impurities being thrown to one the way is a voting ladv of handsoino side. On this he received letters patent appearance, the work of demonstration in 18oS. and in lfjo!) a company began began. I tested the current in several the manufacture of the same. Thou- - ' wavs ami found it verv underfill sands and thousands were disposed of. j Havmg made electricity somewhat of a varying in price from to .'5:15. over study. I was surprised at the simplicity S4,l.0iMKX being realized, on which the j of m'anv of the principles. The manner lnvenlor irot a handsome royalty, in whicli lie evpects to set tne results r ". l..:..-.- l :. 'l'K....l. mi-- . Iui:ut--i iuiiiiiif a tontine, heretofore mentioned is theoretically i intuitu ..:. it he spent in im- correct, and there is no mechanical difalthough a portion of proving and introducing the device, ficulty which he has not already "oveliven to this day a firm n Cincinnati is rcome engaged in the manufacture of this After examining the mach'ne caresame evaporator, from which the mem- fully in all its parts. I was conducted bers of the linn inr-dthemselves rich. to an adjoining room, where, on atable, Cook, however, several years ago lost sat a smaller model of more accurato his right to a royalty bv some minus or make. It contained a much better ar- other, and has not been drawing any rangement of the parts, and from what tiling troiu mat source since. he told me lam compelled to believe Save for this slight diversion, Mr. all that Mr. Cook had told in- -. I asked Cook has not experimented in any field him why ly and not sought capital to outside of electricity since thirty-si- x develop his theories more rapidly, years ago to any considerable extent, ' when he replied that he had not here- but in in this direction he can be said tofore been ready. He said: to have spent the greater part of his "I wanted to complete my labors so life. For a while he sought to solve ' that I could sav my work is" all done. I the question of cheap power, light, etc.. desired to give' to the world a machine ; by producing the proper current by perfect in every particular, that would means of a battery. He invented a settle forevermore thequcstion of cheap .l.- naiicry oi peculiar vaiue lor telegraph power, light and neat, up to now mv L purposes, which was in use for a long work was not finished. am now time at Crestline, on the Western almost done. Within a very short time Union, and until the discovery of the I shall be able to show to all mankind cheap gravity liattery that is" now in that I have a machine that will revo- imt.Mr. Look lonjragoconcluded lutiouize tlx world. hen I can cx-i- n his own mind that in dynamic elec- - hibit a running model, which I can in lrieity lay future success. According- - a few davs. then I will be ready to con-l- y he cast aside the battery as a secon- -' sider the" many propositions that I have daryaflair, and set about to experi- - .ilready received. Mivu field Cor. with dynajno's of novel and cinnali Commercial Gazette. 1 1 be-jae i i thirty years of royal service, whio the front part ii devoted altogether ;o his laboratory. The agreement signed, Mr. Cock led the way to the door, but before utlock-in- g it grasped me by the hand an( had me renew the promise made it the written agreement This done, 1 was ushered iijto the mysterious roan. was bewildered by tne appearaice oi the place. The room was lar, and everywhere hung bundles of wire. Magnets of all shapes and sizes, hung about the walls and were scattered on the lloor in confused heaps. In one corner was a huge machine, with large coils and magnets, which Mr. Cook told me was the first machine he attempted to make. But in the ceiter of the room sat the pride, of his lie. I saw at a glance that this mysterious man had not wasted his time and fortune. Ho had branched out froa the "eaten track and Lad produced a ma- chine that differed in all respects from con-Th- ' hand-powe- zig-za- g I ! I .'o , ' f ; i .. T . : Cin-me- nt peculiar construction. For several years past he would - - oc- e.-e- casionally meet mo anil speak of his discoveries in the electrical field, but Odd Cliatelulne Chain Which Are Enjoy Inc Oreat Popularity. would say that he had not yet secured "The chatelaine chain,'' said a the results he was after." He would tell me: "When I get my experiments Broadway dealer in jewelry, "is the completed I want to show you what most popular fad in ladies' bijouterie will revolutionize the world. 1 propose this season. It to make a perpetual electric generator that we have handled chateis different from the or motor, which will propel lf bv its It own current, the resistance of thn laine chain in several particulars. Generator proper bciuj: only about ten is worn only in the breast, whereas the percent of the rotary power of the old style was worn at .the waist or just electric engine upon which the current below, and the ornament at the end of ,,.,'? ent''r:l.,or :lcls- the now popular chatelaine chain must 1 his assertion was suflieient to shock he a ia, ()f sorae kimI. We havemado an ordinaayp'r.-.onnerves but I ac- - these little balls of even' conceivable c:pted die statement with much al- - material, from diamond to tokuabean, However, I became inter- - an(1 from oUl to pl.lIn Herman silver. lowance. d ami kept xvatc hing results. also be idmIo of The chain Itself l..tst November Mr. Cook came. Jo avthinK, thai can strike the feminine me and said: "I have at last met with fancv iot hTTinelv woven links in success. I have found the principle mosi ;n demand, but we have made tint I have been hunting for so long. clltlhw of aimost every thing voti can Iran now start a dynamo to going, im;,gine. One of the odilcVl liavc and it will never stop except by the,gcen wa3 mauc for avstvlish young wenngaway of its own parts. Not ; Woman whose Skyef terrier haVl t ,t uiH it tiiii irjnii Ul lb? niin AiitAiMIV4IIII nil. 11 ni'it; Jl it l4ilClllt just died. The chain was made out also produce power enoiign, of the favorite little beast's hair, to the size of the engine, to witli a delicate thread of gold running run any machine in the world. through it Another, novel thing was "Perpetual motion," I suggested. ala chain of small pieces "More than that," he replied. "It most as clear as diamond of quarU, drops, .which is perpetual mot'An with only ten per were united "old; This cent of Ihe force used, leaving ninety was for the together with nrich mine daughterof jier cent, for power, to be ut'dized as owner, who had sent'her the attartz Not only that, but more; from Colorado. At the is desired. end of the n iiciiv.li .. u.M.ai no win rouiice chain, wh ch sparkled brilliantly with . light in proportion to its m while the ev.v m()t!(m s ;l , u, t w other ,s making ti.o current hat runs 5t.rllic(, wilI t, ,, f he engine It w, serve to Lett your , st,.ik, of oro ,a t, the ., , nouc9 o that instead of having stoves UUIUUML tllAtJll UllL. anu grates, uiue wires w... run u.rougn , ...,.,,.. om, of u , , , , your rooms and on your parlor table tho ,itUo lm is allowed dance at will highly bi.rn:s.e. apparatus will over the breast, whileto the other jrc--. eic, which wi.i Keen . :a ,i .muniiui" i ii .. Jiiia tint teinpcnituri of the house at what watch, iiivii .i iiiiiiiirr:i if iiftin i i.i is concealed through an opening ever point you wih,M j between the button-holejust above "Wiiat v.li h the. cost to run it?" uiu uuiu iuu nine oa I is hiirniv ever "Nothing. As I sa'd, start it, and it rest, dangling about' as it ilons wit-will go. Hear, power, and light pro- at every movement of the body, and duced by one machine, for absolutely naturally attracts the eye. This is the nothing. of the chain's popularity. 1 looked at bun to see if he was there secret "We have sold thousands of chate-clain- e yet and if whether he was mad, in chains from earnest, or joking. He laughed at my and made hundreds Mock this season on special orders. astonishment, and said: "I am now i . u.. ,...t ei1 for making a niM. and when far enough u a .x,:hz':d netal. platinum. alongruilKhowittovoti." le' The matter was nol sprciailv dis- - ""r?-- ,1 and all kin,1s,,f jewels, often .yes cussed aflSr that alth .ugh he "would 5f ?a,n(,s f "PW or other ap-frequently brng up the iusliun0inti1 , V. Y. Mail a,ul Ex. ,r Cwo ago. and I day my serious doubts wh in,.,-- in: would ever how p !:. the device to me. I th iitght of Kcely In Boston there;Ms , sjrn that an! his tnot-r- , and felt ton. rhtj results reads: 4. andv nr?mwitii t Io if of jir. iodk pr t 'ssc i in it :tD e to on- - brown bread or qnft"of baked bcaiid .nu m3suuii niaiiie wo im Keep secret ?umiay 1noin1nr4.lL it-es THF LATEST FAD. I 1 "? ng ,. ;inlnd t- tea ! c...i s, i.i'e i s, 7s .....: -- tf'"'s S ?Z m : " : have to leave tho premises. They aro packing up now. Abraham, knowing thnt tho journey before his servant and her son will bo very long and across desolato places, in the kindness of his heart sets nbout putting up seme bread nnd a bottlo with water in it. It is a very plain lunch that Abraham provides, but I warrant you there would have been enough of it had thoy not lost tueir wny. "Uod bo with youl" said old Abraham as ho gave tho lunch to Ha gar, and a good many charges as to how she should conduct the journey. Islunacl, tho boy, I suppose, bounded away in the morning light. Bovs nlwnys lik a flump.. I'oor Itdiuind! Ifo has no idea of tho disasters that arenhead of him. Hnpar gives ono long, lingering look 011 tho familiar place where she had spent so many happy days, each scone associated with tho pride nnd joy of her heart, young Ishmacl. The scorching nocn conies on. Tho nir is sliding nnd moves ncross the deport with insufferable sullocatiou. Islinmel, tho boy, Legins to complain and lies down, but Hagar rouses him up, saying nothing about her own weariness or the sweltering bent; tor m others can endure any thing. Trudge, tiudgo, tiudge. Crossing tho dead level of tho desert, how wearily nnd slowly the miles slip! A Umaiind that seemed houis nco to stand only just a little ahead, inviting the travelers toeomo under its shadow, now is ns far off as ever, or seemingly so. Night dr. ps upon tho desert nnd tho travelers are pilbiwless. Ishinnel, very weary, I suppose, instantly falls asleep. Hngnr, as the shadows of tho night begin to lap over each other, hugs her weary hoy to her bosom and thinks of I ho fact that it is her fault that they are in tho desert. A star looks out, and every falling tear it kisses with a sparkle. A wing or wind comes over the hot earth, and lifts tho locks from the fovered brow of the boy. Hagar sleeps fitfully, nnd in her dreams travels over tho weary day, and half awakes her on by crying out in her sleep: "Ixbtiinel! Ishtnnel!" And so tliov go on dny after dnv and night after night; for they have last thoir wny. No path in the shifting sauds; 110 sign in the burning sky. Tho sack empty of tho flour; the water gone from tho bottle. tVhnt shall sho do? As she puts her fainting Ishinnel under a stunted shrub of the arid plain, she sees the bloodshot eye, and feels the hot hand, and watches tho blood bursting from tho crocked tongue, nnd there is a shriek in the desert of Beer shehn: "Wo shall die'. We shall die!" Now, no mother was over mado strong enough to hear her son cry for a drink. Heretofore slid had cheered her boy by promising a speedy end of the journey, nnd even smiled upon him whn be felt desperately enough. Now thero is nothing 10 do but plaeo him under n shrub and let him die. Sho had theagbt sho would sit there and watch until tho spirit of nor boy would co away forever, and then she would bren' he out her own lifo on his silent heart; but as tho boy bogin to claw his tongue in agony of thirst, and strng-pl- e in distortion, and begs bis mother to slay him, sho can not endure tho spectacle. She puts him under a shrub, and goes off and begins to weep until nil a the desert seems sobbing, and her clear through tho heavens; and nn angel of God comes out on a cloud and looks down upon the appalling grirf, aud cries: "linger, what aileth thee?" She looks up and she sees tho angel pointing to the well of water, where she fills the bottle for the lad. Thank God! Thank God! 1. I learn from this Oriental scene in the first place, what a sad thing it is lien people do not know their place mid get too proud for their business. Hager Was an assistant in that household, but she wanted to rule there. Sho ridiculed and jeered until her son, Ishmacl, got the same tricks. She dashed out her own happiness, and threw Sarah Into a great fret; and if she bad staid much longer in that household she would have upset calm Abraham's equilibrium. one half of the y trouble in the woild comes from the fact that people do not know their place, or, finding their place, will not stay In it. When we come into tho world there is always a place ready for us. A place for Abraham. A plnce for Sarah. A place for Hagar. A place for Ishmael. A place for you and a plnce for me. Our first duty is to find our sphere; our second is to keep It We may be born in a sphere fur off from the one for which God finally intends us. Sixtus V. was born on the low ground and was a swineherd; God called him up to wave a scepter. Ferguson spent his early days in looking after sheep; God called him up to look after stars and bo a shepherd watching tho flocks of light on the hillsides of Heaven. Hogarth began by engraving pewter pots; God raised him to stand in the enchanted realm of a painter. The shoemak. r's bench held Bloomfield for a little while; but God raised him to sit iu tbecnairof a philosopher nnd Christian scholar. The soap boiler of London could not keep his son in that business, for God had decided that Hawley was to bo one 0 the greatest astronomers of England. On the other hand, we may be born in n sphere a little higher than that for which God intends us. We may bo born in a ens-tland play in acostly conservatory, nnd feed high-bre- d pointers, nnd angle for gold-fis- h in artificial ponds, nnd bo familiar with princes; yet God may better have fitted us for a carpenter's shop, or dentist's forceps, or a weaver's shuttle, Dr a blacksmith's forge. The great thing is to find just the sphere for which God intended us, and then to occupy this sphere, tnd occupy it forever. Here is a mnn God fashioned to make a plow. Tho e is a nan God fashioned to make n constitution. The man who makes tho plow is just ns honorable as the man whomnkps the constitution. There is a woman who wns made to fashion a robe, and yonder is ne intended to lea queen nnd wear it. (t sems to me that in the one case ns in she other, God appoints the sphere, nnd 'iie needle is just as respectable in His light as the scepter. I do not know but that the world would long ago hav been saved if some of the men out oi the ministry wore in it and some of thos who are in it were out of it. 1 really think the world may bs divided that into two quarters those who have not found thoir sphere, and those who, having found it, are not willing to stay there. How many are struggling for a position a little higher thnn that for which God intended them. The bondswoman wants to be mistress. Hager keeps crowding Sarah. The small wheel of watch which beautifully went treading its golden pathway, and the wants to ba the balance-whee- l, sparrow with chagrin drops into the brook because it can not, like the engle, cut a circle under the sun. " bew-sho- t, crj-strikMy.-friendto-dao, And so tho world is tilled with cries ol discontent because we are not willing to stay In tho place where God put us aud intended us to be. My frieu .s, be not too proud to do nny thing God tells yon to do. For the link of a right disposition in thi respect tho world is strewn with wandering Ilugnrs and lshmaols. God has given ench of us work to do. You carry a scuttle, of coal up that dark alley. You distribute that Christian tract. You give ten thounml dollars to the missionary cause. You for fifteen years sit with chronic rhiumntism, displaying the boau'y of Christian submission. Whatever God calls you to. whether it win hissing or hnzzi; whether to walk under triumphal arch or lift the sot out of the ditch; whether it bo to preach on a pen- tecost or toll somo wanderer of the street of the iu rcy of tho Christ, or of Mary Magdalene; whether it bo to weae a garland for a laughing child on a spring morning ami call her a May queen, or to comb out tho tangled locks of waif of tho street, and cnt up ono of your old drosses to fit her out for tho sanctuary doit, and do it right away. Whether it be a crown or yoke, do not fidget Everlasting honors upon thoso who do their work, and do their wholo work, and are contented In the sphere in which God has put them; while there is wandering, aud exile, and dsolation, and wiMsrnoss for discontented Hagar and Ishinnel. 2. Again, I find in this Oriental scene a lesson of sympathy with woman whon she goes forth trudging in the desort.i What a great change it was for thU Iliinr! Ilicrown tho tent nnd all th beautisurroundings of Abraham's hou-oful nnd luxurious, no (b.ubt. Now sho is going out into tho hot sands of the desert. Oh, what a change it was! And in one day we often see tho wheel of fortune turn. Hero is s me ono who lived in tho very bright homo of her father. She had every thing possible to admin-te- r to her happiness plenty nt the drawing- In the music table, room, welcome at tho door. Sho is led forth into lifo by somo ono who can not nppreciato her. A dissipatod soul comei and tnkes her out into tho desert Cruelties blot out nil tho lichts of that home circle. Harsh words wear out her spirits, l'ne high hope that shone out over the marriage altar while the ring was being et, and the vowa given, and tho ! nodic-tio- n pronouicod, hnvo all faded with the :range blossoms, nn tborc she is thinking of past joys.and present desolation, nnd coniiug anguish. Hagar in the wilderness! Here is a beautiful homo. You can not hi nk of nny thing that can Im added to it. For year there hn not been the suggestion of n uintlo trouble. Bright and huppv children fill tho house with laughter and souk. Books to read. Pictures to look at. l.ouugos to rest on. Cup of domestic joy full and running over. Dark night drops. Pillow hot. Pnlxos flutter. Eyes close. And tha foot whose brought tho whole step on the door-sihousehold out nt eventide, crying: "Father's coming," will never sound on the door-siagain- - A long, docp priof plowed tbronsrh all that brightness of domestic lifo. P.iradise lost. Widowhood. Hagar iu tho n ildorness. How often is it we seo the weak arm of woman conscriptod for this battle with thorough world. Who is she, toing down tho street iu tho early light of tho morning, pale with exhausting work, not half slept out wdth tho slumbers of last night, tragedies of suffering written all over her face, her !usterlos eyos looking fnr ahead, as though for the coming of sumo other trouble? Her parents called her Mary, or Bertlm, or Anno, on tho dny whn they held her up to the font and the Christian miuister sprinkled on the infant's fnco the wahin?s of a holy baptism. Her name is chanced now. 1 hear it in tlio sliutllo of shoes. I see it in the figure the worn-oof the faded calico. I find it in the lineaments of woebegone countenance. Not Mary, nor Borthu, nor Anen, but Hagar in tho wilderness. M.yGod havo morcy upon wninnu in her toil", her strugg.es, her hardships, her desolation, and may the great heartof divine sympathy inclose her forever; 3. Again, I fiend in this Oriental scene the fact thnt every mothor lends forth 11 11 , A good many years ago a Christian mother sat teaching lessons of religion to her child; and ho drank in thoso lessons. Sue never knew that Lamphler wculd come forth and establish tho Fultou-sticprayer niee ing, and by ono meetmg revolutionize tho devo'ions of the whole earth, and thrill the eternities with his Christian influence. Lamphier said it was his mother who brought him to Jesus Ciuist. She never hail an Moa that sho was lending forth such destinies. But, oh, when I seo a mother reckless of her influence, rattling on towird destruction, gnrbnded for tho sacrlflce with unseemly mirth and g dlessness, dancing on down n nerdition, taking her children in tho snme direction, preparing thmi for a lifo of frivolity, a death of shame nnd nn eternity of disaster, I can not help but say: "There they go thero they go, Ho"or aim istnnaen" 1 ten you tnero aio n iu manv wilder deserts thnn of the fashionable circles of this day. Dissipated parents leading dissipated chillendparents avaricious dren, prayer-les- s children, nvarioirus ing leading prayer-les- s parents children. Thoy go through every street, up evry dark nlley, Into every collar, along every highway. Hngnr and Ishmael! And while I pronounce th:r names it 'eeius liko tho moanim; of tho death wind, "Hagar untl Ishmael!" I. I learn ono more lesson from this Oriental scne, nn that Is, that every wilderness has a well in it. Hagar and Ishmael gnvo up to die. Hnunr's henrt sank within horns she heard her child crying: et Beer-sheb- KING PAUL I. Death of the Sovereign of a Microscopic and Cnknown Kingdom. ed by Spn"xs;l?rnbrulses are promptly Jobs Oil, tho conqueror !' heal- of pain. Water mil, and Just Resns Down What schoolmaster, to say nothing of knows there is a "ever' school-boy,- " European kingdom named Tavolara in Mediterranean, or rather Tyrrhcn-iawaters, the King of which, Paul I., died only a few months ago, full of years and honors? Off the northeast coast of tho Island of Sardinia lies the much smaller Island of Tavolara, live miles long and ono broad. Its possession and absolute sovereignty wore formally granted by King Charles Albert, of Sardinia, to the Bartoleoni fami.y, and for more than bait a century raid I, Kingof lavolara, reigned over it in peace. On the 30th of May last, King Paul was compelled fO go to tho mainland to seek treatment for heart disease. Finding that science was powerless in his case the King returned to his island to die in the midst of his subjects, who are forty in number. He died sitting in his chair, Jiko tho Emperor Vespasian, vainly endeavoring to write a will. He was seventy-eigyears old. The ly-ing n, as naturallr life, trentr and (tript are pained by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. TUo peof culiar toning, purlfjtnsr and vitalizing qualities enthis successful medicine are felt throughout the quick tire STstcsi, expelllnc C.seac. and clving It Astonished the Publlo healthy action to every organ. If you stomach disorder, or tte resignation of Dr. Pierce as anydleaeof the blood, kidneys, try the peculiar with the liver and a nZJL1 Congressman to devote himself solely to Be suro to get tg a physician. It was because medicine. Hood's SarsaparilU. bis Hood's. Take no other. h constituents were tho sick and af"1 have taken Hood's SaraparIUaiordypepsta flicted everywhere. They will find Dr. Pierces "Golden Medical Discovery" a and as a ionic alterative, with the most bcneflclal results. 1 have al?o med it for rheumatism wtih boneficontiisa 0f bi3 scientific knowledge best ono of the m their oeiaif. Consumption, bronchitis, the good effect. I regard it as not willinglyvery withbo family medicines, and would cough, betrt disease, fever and aguo. E. Providence. R. I. It." dropsy, neuralgia, goitre outI haveA. CnuiY. Sarsaparilla for Indi" been or thick netk, and all diseases of the blood, gestion and liverusing Hood's has greatly oeneatca trouble. It are cured oj this med ici ne. me. and Is fully as good a medicine Ita properties are wonderful, its action claimed." I think CltESEnno, chief engineer Are E. S. dept, Stonlngton. (X TB S VfAo?" tells of a do can count, tsat it CHn-- t eqUai a cat iu that running up a coluiBJL--2-,3a- 3 iifti,,as. f.-odim-cul- ty world-renowned Evert rain is snld to hare his price, hut the trouble nobodv but himself knows tho privatetaark. Chicago Tribune. Probably, my dear nervous sister, jou ate suffering from gome of the dineases peculiar to your sex. You have "dragging-fcwn- " feeling, the you nre delflitatod, you have pains of various kinds.! Take Dr. It V. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" aud bo cured. Price reduced to out dollar. By druggists. back-ache, Hood's Sarsapariiia Sold by all druggists. H; sir for Ji rrepared only by C. 1. HOOD CO, Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass. t " 8r, why ererr thlnz al sizes or nt Tens?" 1 bo-cau- so " IOO Doses Ono Dollar JOHN bb . DR. BULL'S ht 1 .v, "v sho says, "my darling, there is no water. This is a desert" And then God's angel said from the cloud : "What nileth thee, Hagar?" And she looked up and saw him pointing to a well of water, where she fillo.l tho bottle for tho lnd. Blessed bo Hod, that thcreis in every wilderness a well, if y.n only know how to find it fountains for nil these thirsty souls this morning. On thnt Inst dny, on that grcnt day of tho feast. Jesus stood and cried: If nny mnn thirst, let him couie to me ant drink. "All those other fountains you find ars mere mirages of the desert. Paracelsus, you know, spent his time in trying to find out the elixir of life a l'quid which if taken would kep ono perpetually young in this world, and would change tho ag-- d back ngain to youth. Of course, he was disappointod: ho found noelxfr. But bore I tell you this morning of tho elixir of overlasting lifo bursting from tho"Kok of Ages," nnd that drinking thnt water you shall never got old, anil you will never HIT". ","Ah," forty subjects of He Paolo, as they called him, lost in him a benevolent and industrious monarch ; his family lost a kind father, and the wild goats of the island, more numerous than the Kiiig" subjects, lost we will not say they mourn the loss of an intrepid hunter. Tavolara is a smaller State than either tho republic of San Marino, lying east of Italy, which has twenty-tw- o square miles and eight thousand people; the principality of Monaco, on the French coast of the Mediterranean near the Italian frontier, which has eight and one-hasquare miles and eight thousand live hundred inhabitants; or tho republic of , Andorra, lying between France and Spain, which is six hundred square miles in extent and has seven Youth'' s Companion. thousand people. lf mi m hum s s FOR THE CURE OF tu, ft IlE-"- Mi piano! " Lije. Elsa, do you play on the ote-im"No. sir; I can't play a note." Ho "Elsa, I lore you." gle FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. Tho proprietor of this celebrated mediciii justly claims for it a superiority over all remedies ever offered to the public for the SAFE, of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fevor, standing. Ho refers to tha entire Western and Southern country to bear him tenimony to the truth of th assertion that in no caso whatever will it fail to cure if the directions are strictly followed and carried out. In a great many cases a single dose has been sufficient for a cure, and whole families' havo been cured by a single bottle, with, a perfect rcstorat oa of tho gcuaral health. It is, however, prudent, and in every case moro certain to cure, if its use is continued, in smaller doses for a week or two after tho disease has b?en chocked, moro especially in difficult and cases. Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels in good order. Should the patient, however, require a cathartic medicine, after having taken three or four dose3 of tha Tonic a s'ngle dow of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will be sufficient. USE no other pilL Six Bottles for $5. Price, SL00 per ng long-standiBo-U- b; GaATOr sandy boards aro colored brown or black by Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers. One bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure will eradicate railarial poisons from tho system. 'DitrlM of dream-loo- CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PEIUSAN2NT cnr tht tens t of nionev.' says the Perhaps that is tho origin of "shell out" Chicarta Mail. b??. sie-- AroftrivEFACTof the Age isthecortain-t- v of relief afforded in skin diseased by Glexn'i SuLriirn Boai. IIill'j IUik and Wuiskek Dtb, Black or Brown, 50 u. SLANTING ROOFS. Plausible Story of Thrlr Introduction by ttir Ancient Greeks. To find the source from which Euro pean nations havo derived the art of building in stone, we must look to the land of the Pharaohs. From Erypfl the craft passed to Greece, and from the Greeks it was taken up by tho Romans, to be by them disseminated through tho north and west of Europe in the process of colonization. Tho similarity in regard to the constructive parts of the ancient Greek buildings to some of those found in Egypt of older date, affords strong continuation of tho tradition that the Greeks borrowed the art from the Egyptians. Tho Greeks, however, in adopting it added a new feature, the pediment, and tho reason for this addition is ca.y to find. Egypt is prac tically rainless. All the protect on from the climate required in a palace or temple in such a country is shelter from the sun by day and from the cold by night, and for this a Hat roof, supported bv walls, or pillars with architraves, is quite Etiiiicicnt; but, as when in all European countries, rain has to bo taken into ac count, a slanting roof becomes necessary. The Greeks, with their eyes for symmetry, provided for this by forming the roof with a central ridge, at an obtuse angle, from which it sloped down equally on either side. The triangular space "thus formed at the tnd of the building above the architrave was occupied by the prd nicnt. and this part of the facade, which owed its birth to the exigencies ol climate, was thenceforth regarded as so essential to the artistic completeness of the work that it was said that if a temple were to be erected in the Celestial regions, where rain would not be possible, the pediment could not be omitted. Popular Science Monthly. A Very m but if tlere he'll find Tun fiy is not much of au cream-piwithin his orbit out all about the milky way. r, is n g PiF.nci's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets" aro perfect preventives of constipation. Inelosedin glass bottles, always fiesh. By all drugjUts. Law's OnriEn-Detru- it -- "Keep off tho Brass." Ftte J'rM. TnE Frazer Axle Grcnso is the best in the world, bold everywhere. Uso it. DR. JOK BULL'S 1 to-da- y, dirt. Waxtto The name of the goldsmith who mado thswelkiu ring. Texas biJ'Utujt. Piso's Kitnody for Catarrh. SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SAHSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. broken-hoorte- d, well-know- n ll Iln, every man that thlrs'etb, romo ve to the waters. Ah, here i n man who sayn: 'I have lxen looking for that fountain a great while, but can't find it" And heie is some one else who says: "I l.elievo nil you soy, but I havo been trudging along in the wilderness nnd enn't find the fountain." Do you know the reason? 1 will tell you. You never looked in the right direction. "Oh," you say, "I havo looked every where. I have Inaked north, south, east and wost, and I haven't found tho fount- Relief is immediate, nnd n euro sure. 50 cents. 1 The Popular Remedies of tho Day. Principal Offlre, 831 JHIn id.. L01TSVIU.E, KT. "Wnrisa dog's tail a novelty never etn before. It was "a RADWAY'S mms mi lui IT -- 1I i u fI EODY tn E--S2 U&f E2M3 nml pnnn RELIEF en conges-linn- Throat Ilroncb ti Pleurisy SUIT Neck, all ana Inflammations, wucl-- er of t Kidneys or Bowels. Tn.titntlr roltavi. Luns. s RHEUMATiSM, NEUHALQIA, ' ll ain." Why, vou nro not looking In the right direction at nil.' Look up wh'oio linger leaked. Sho never would have found tho fountain at all, but when sho heard tho voice of the ongel sho looked up, nnd aw tho finder pointing to tho supply. And, O. soul, If y with one earnest, intonso prayer you would only look up to Christ, Ho would point you down to tho supply in tho to-da- SytiiL - 3 rteiKlMhe, Tenthsrho. VTcaknes or Tain In tba IWck, Cheat or Lnxitia, by one application. CTOB3 TUB WORST P.UN3 In from one to twenty minutes. Nit ono h..ir ner,rr"?j,;f,,,hi' need any one SUKKEll ITU I Ata. kIt IKTERHALLY. Ata.poonfnllnahalfturablerof water will. In a fevr jisinmes. cure Crampi, M)ama,Smirhtom-ach- . Nau.n. Vomiting. Heartburn, errotinc?. Sleeplessness. Sic- - llcadaebc Flatulency and all Internal Dysentery, Colic, Seau-tsness- . Iliar-rufF.- -i. Dl Trhr . ikl 1 n iJ-- 1 s THE wilderness. Look nnto Me all yo end of the earth, and be yc saved , lor I am God, and there Is norm else. BESTTQHIC. This raedWne vegetable ton comhinlni; Iron with puro VlieVij i rrnt a remedial epent In the world that will euro I"evernnl Ague, and nil other Malarkms, feve s. anled by lUdway'a llUa, Unions oi ! Knuieas Itaiiway's Head Itelief. Filty cents per bottle. Sold by Ilrapslsts. nt s. "That isn't an unnsunl seen, a mother leading her child by tho hand." Who is that sho Is lending? Inhmael, you say. Who is Ishmael? A groat nation is to bo founded; a nation so strong that it i to stand for thousands of years against nil tho armies of the world. Egypt nnd Assyria thunder against, it but in vain. Gaultis brings up bis army, and his army is smitten. Alexan !er dectdfs upon a campaign, brings up his hosts, nnd dies. a long while that nation monopolized tho learning of the world. It is tho nation of the Arabs. Who founded It? Isb'maol, tho lad thit Hngnr led into the wilderness. Sho had no idra she was leading forth such destinies. Neither does nny mother. You pnss along the street and see nnd pnss boys and girls who will yet make the earth quake with Who is that boy nt their influence. Sutton Pool, Plymouth, England, barefooted, wading down into tho slush nnd slime, until his bare foot comes upon a piece of glass and he lifts it, bleeding and That wound in tho foot decides that he be sedentary in his life, decides that ho be n student That wound by tho glass in the foot decides that he o shall be John Kitto, who shall tho best religious encyclopedia the world has ever hnd provided, and with his other writing, as well, throwing a light upon the word of God such as has come from no other mnn in this century. O mothor, molher, that little hnml thnt wanders over your faco may yet bo lilted to hurl thunderbolts of war or drop benedictions! That little voice may p blaspheme God in the or cry "Coward!" to the Lord's hosts as they gc out for their last victory. My mind this morning leaps thirty years nhcud. and I seo n. merchant prlnCSTorVow York. One stroke of his 11011 brings a ship out of Canton. Another stroke of his pen brings a ship into Madras. Ho is mighty in all tiio money markets of the world. Who is he? Ho sits this morning beside you in the Tabernacle. My mind leaps thirty years forward from this time, nnd I find myself in a relief association. A great multitude of Christian women have mot together for a generous pui poe. There is one woman Iu that crowd who seems to have the confidence of nil the others, and they all look up to her for her counel and for her prayers. Who is she: This afternoon you will find her iu the Sabbath-schoowhile the teacher tells herof that Christ who clothed the naked, nn I fed tho hungry, and healed the sick! My mind leaps f.jj wnrd thirty years from' now, nnd 1 find myself in an Afric in jungle; and there is n missionary of the cross addressing tho natives, and "their dusky countenances nre irradiated with the glad tidings of great joy and salvation. Who is he? Did you not hear h!s voice this morning in the first song of tho serv- Yoasny: Ir Look ! look ns linger looked Yos, there is well for every desert of bo-- 1 eivement Looking over tho audience this meriting, I notice an unusunl number qf signs of mourning nnd woe. Havo you O man 1 offt, O found consolatl'-nwoman bereft, havo you found consolation? Hearse nf e.-- hearse. We step from ono grave hillock to another gravo hillock. We follow corpses, ourselves soon to he like them. The world is iu mourning for Every heart has become Its dead. the sepulchor of some buried joy. I ut sing yo to God; every wilderness has n woll in it; and I como to thnt well today, and I begin to draw water from that well. If yon have lived in the country yon have sometimes tnkeu hold of the ropo nnd you know how of the old tho buckot came up, dripping with bright, cool water. And 1 lay hold of the ropo of God's mercy this morning, and I begin to draw on tha zospol well a weep, and I seo the buckets coming up. Thirsty soul ! Hero Is one bucket of life! Come and drink of It. Whosoever will. let Mm come nnd take of the water of lie freely. 1 pull away again at tho rope, and another bucket cjmes up. It is this promise: Weeping mav enduro for a night, but Joy otneth In the morning. I lay hold of tho ropo again, and I pud away with all my strength, and tho bucket comes up, bright, and beautiful, and cool. Hero is the promise: Come unto mo all yo who nre wenry and heavy laden, and 1 will give you rest. ! ! well-sweep, -- liid"U;rzttoii, WfuL-nr- i, Cores Impure liloml, hliilarln, CUills and Fcvrri, and A'caralgia. It U an lufui.iii!; remedy fur Idseuses of tho Kldnrjr and Liver. It is innl abV fur Diseases peculiar to Women, tnd all who lead sedentary lives. Itdoesnotinlurctheteeth.catiseheadache.or produce coatlpatlon other Iron mlicint tU. stimulates tppctste, anix the aMni!Iation . of food, relieves Heartburn and ai.d strengthen! the inusclt s and nerves. llch-hlng- qnelcl and cimr-letc.- TWEWTY YEARS IN USE.: Pit. Uadwat A Co.: I baTensed your Ready Re-.lfor many years in my family w ;h preat elect. For t bo la.t twenty years 1 would hae notbtne elsa to fiw'l pain inwardly or trom any part of the body outwardly. 1 have umM It for rheumatic pains and 1 ways tound great relief when apotied to tho the body. Your rill aro Indeed axcel-.cu- t, as yon represent them In KOBEIff o'wyyEIX. Yours truly, . of a co., x. Itcsolveat im. RAiiWAY 6ararnrUUaa "x. Proprietors of and lit. ltadway'a I'Uls. At Chautauqua recently there was a class of fifty who entered a competition in English pronunciation. At the end had gone down of one hour fortj'-fou- r on errors, fifteen minutes more settled three more. The remaining three withminutes stood tho tests for forty-liv- e more, when two failed. This left Miss Mary C. Cook, a teacher in the Iluffalo Female Academy, the winner. Buffalo Express. mule-shippi- I.acl of Energy, For Intermittent Fever, LuKtliide, etc., it lias no t qual. The genuine has above tntde marV and crossed red lines on wrapper. Tut" n ot!T Hid. ..ir i iKons rursuAL 10Bn.TicoaE.9n. tw ELY'S .Mill For tJi CATARRM IDXt.- - cold in the la Itemuvc ill head Ely't Cream elKht toiwenty days. Cleveland, Tenn., is becoming quite Balm trorfc Cure patients ptononuced hopeless by the t of like physicians. center. Nearly six magic. It tured me a From 'he flrt doe tne symptoms rapidly disappear, of all symptom, ara and In ten days at leat thousand dollars worth of animals a removed reof catarrh and week are shipped from there. Somemaycry humbtiff without Knowing anything about It. flememb'-r- . It docs not eoit you anything tu stored the teiise of realize the merits of our treatment for yourself, la ten days the clitErulty of breathins Is relieved, tha THE MARKETS. tmell.E. IT. pulKeresuiar, the urinary organs made to dUcharja their full daty. sleep ts restored, the twelllnc all of ElizaClKCINSATI, fept 14. Banker, nearly cone, the strength lncrcaisd. and appetltomads , pood, wearo constantly cnrintccascs 01 lontnana-inir50 a T.TVE STOCK AY-VE- R beth, X. J. cases that have bee atappe a number ot times. a4 4 00 Ibolce Mutchers A partlctets applied Into each nostril and tsafrreeahle and the patle.it dec.ared unable to live a week. Givo 3 si ( 4 ;m .. 1I( iOt Common c .,... full badly swollen and where, tcx.how lonr ntSlcted. atdru;It. toue. FrtccSOct". ti. mallorDrUBiisU, Owceu, a. 1 how history nf caie. Name are Dowels costive, havs 4 4" 4 ", (iood Packers ELY UltUTlIEKS, b.-two-thir- for e treated Dropsy and t:s complications with tha mut wonderful iucces:nse vegetable remedlt. enfyuiptoms of drop-- y tirely harra;ess Ha-- TREATED FREE. db SOI73, Eleven Years Paet, Specialists H- - XX. Shcr-aoo- d, Cnttle-Coiumo- nfl 1 pain-struc- pro-vid- The old astrolopers used to cheat the people with the iden that they could tell from the position of tho stars whnt would occur in tho future. nd If a cluster ot stars stood in one relation, that would be a prophecy of good. What superstition' But hero is a new astrology in which I put my fnith. By looking up to the star of Jacob, the morning stnr of the Redeemer, I can make this prophecy in regard. to those who put their trust in God: "All things work together for good to thoso who love God." Do you love him? Havo ycu seen tho Nyctanthes? It is a beautiful flower, but it gives very Family Wheat No. 2 red No. 3 red Corn No. " mixed No. 2 mixed Itye No. 2 HAY Tiniothv No. 1 Leaf TOUAtt Good bouf Pork Mess. PROVISIONS I.nrd Prime Steam Choice Dairy IlinTElt Ohio Creamery APPLES Prime POTATOES Per barrel SHKIH' 'LOCK GHA1N Good to choice.... a 5 ami , ;i .71 4 00 77 circular. Co 77'--; di 4i Cli ('s 27' J 54 4; COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOU- S IrssburMCd and dripped water. Send for free panjr phlet. rontalnlnc testimonials, questions, etc. Ten days' treitment furnished Xrce by malL Kpllepsy (fits.) positively cured. If you order tr'aU send IU cents In stamps to pay V .V allVS, St. u... poitage. 'J. If. 1J5-FT- &. .11 00 . w -. 1.- &l - 0J & 7."i . e W ft 70 4Ul 7' M IS s (t. 0 1 1 80 THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For Llrer, Elle, Indieetion. ete. Free from llerenm coutalaj only Pure Veiretable Ingredients. Attent AS. X. CRITTENTON, J.EW YOKK. PILLS, a, 15 24 50 ;i5 BO at FI.Ol'R GRAIN No. 2 red Corn No. 2 mixed PORK LARD NEW YORK. State nnd We tern... Wheat, No.2 Chicago. Si,'. Oats mixed Mess - .1125 ) ft ft 11 4 it &, t7 if, 34 it) 50 Western steam CHICAGO. ft 7 45 & 00 Tfl'i About thirty years ago a prominent physician by the name of Dr. William Hall discovered a remedy fordisoasesof the throat, chest and lungs which oon sained a wide reputation tn this, country. Tho name o' tho medicine i Dn. Wsi. HALL'S DaUAM Jon tub Lungs, and may be aafelf relied on as a speedy and positive cure for coughs, colds, consumption, pneumonia, etc. An Undoubted ltlclnt. equals any J5 Best material, perfect every pair warranted. Take none unless stamped W. - Donelas' 13 CO Shoe. Warranted." Concren. nation ann Lace, i.oys asm for the AV. I DoiiKlart jr K'4.00 Mioe. fame nyies theSSOUfehoe. If you cannot "ipf -- v'A sret these shoes from deal- ers.,4send address on postal .VT.T CfiP ?. ... MAIIclDi .w is i tatu w W lirockton.Mis. vfVr-I- W. L. DOUGLAS at, or$6shor. f n 1 -- w.-0 250K marietta St., ASK FOli THE Atlanta, tin V FliOCR Wisconsin winter.... .$3 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red... .. No. 2 Chicago Spring Corn No.2 .. K Oats No.2 Rve TOKK-M- ess LARD-Ste- am 751iTl 25 15 it. Q ft tl 3 :w, 2.Vt 20 7 20 75 Ti ..11 BALTIMORE. S3 4S'i little fragrance until I one-ha- lf 11 30 & 3i Ill sweet durinir tho dav of prosperity, it PROVISIONS Pork Mess 11 S3 fill 7" 8 aroma after sunt.nr.1 Refined pours forth its richest ft NOVELTIES FOR 4 & 4s; down. And it will be sundown with you CATTLE First quality DECORATION. HOGS ...,M...v..w. and ws'nfter nwhilo. When yon como to INDIANA rows. Artists' and Amateurs' go out of this world, will it bo a desert Wheat No. 2 red $ ft 7.V ii Sit', Outfits in Oil and Water Colors, Lustra Painting; march, or will it bo drinking at n foun- Corn mixed 5;; Oats mixed tain? and Repousse. Decorate Your Home. LOUISVILLE. was dying, and his WTSend for complete Catalogues. A Christian Hindoo S 4 00 ft 4 so No. 1 FLOUR-A.. B. CLOis'SON, Jr.. heathen comrades came around him ami GRAIN AWheat -- No. 2 red Gr. 73 186 Wsst Fourth Street, CINCINNATI, O. 43 Corn mixed tried to comfort him by reading somo ol d. 23 Oats the pages of their theology; but be waved PORK-M- css mixed foil 8 00 his bund as much as to say: 825 LARD Steam "I don't nt to hear it." 3ECXT Then thoy called in a heathen priest, nnd PAYStheFREICHT 5 Ton Wagon Scales, he said: Iih Letcri. Strtl bHrisii. Brua TartBemaaBS Bran Bt far "If you will only recite the Numtra il will deliver you from hell." He wnved his ETtrrtli rr rYrvprietUst meatloa tht rrr ani address hand, as much as to say: JONES Bf .BINCHAMT9II, don't want to hear that." "I B1MU1A.-UTU.N. Jf. Then they snid: "Call en Juggernaut." j sny: No Rope to Gut Off Horses' Manes Ho shook" his head, as much as to a ueieursiea "KC'LIPHE" IULT "I enn't do that." m.mm. uBu Combined. perhaps be was too Then they thought "PMdby any hone. Simcfn,nor. pie uatterio any part 01 the U.S, wearv to speak, and they said: free, on receipt "11, sold by all X.JSJ dW Saddlerr. Hardware u..... "Now, if you can't say 'Juggernaut,' Uealers.KpecIal discount to the! think of him." AhAfiXtltrlti Trade. Dbend for He shook his head ngain, as much ns to Free from Opiates, Jimettcs aiul Poison. J.C. LPUTHocsa,Rochete;N.r: say: wS? Rsmedy for Catwrh is tha "No, no, no." est. Easiest to Use, and CheapcsL to his pillow, und Then thoy bent down ice? they said: My leaps forward thirty years "In what will you trust?" TnE nUrlLBI A.TOflKLtlt trom now, and. I find myself looking His faco lighted up wbh the very glonfT I00"1 fjr Co'd in the cents. Headache, Hay Fever. fcc SO Head. celestial sphere as he crietl out, through the wickets of a prison. I see the ries of the lace scarred with eveiy crime. His chin rallying all his dying energies: on his open palm, his elbow on his knee "Jesus!" AG00DLIVEAGEWTWAIITED Oh, coma this morning to the fountain I a picture of despair. As I open the wickih.'?.,?,,? ??1 " WOMlIKPt'I. et he starts and I heir his chain clank. I will tell you tho whole s'ory in tw or Bl2,?Jfhr1 B, Profits. Bio Business. For for Sii!i; TiiEJii?" n" ona Book, address Ihe jail keeper tolls me that he has been three sentences. Pardon Light all sin. 8T.LOLI8.Jie. lor all In there now throo times first for theft Comfort for all trouble. And every wilderness has then for arson, new for murder. He steps darkness. ?hborleJteV Infallible remedy. Nota particle psla upon tho the rope is fastened well in it , cured. Handsome boo to his neck, the plank falls, his body PK.C.J. WEATUEIIBV. Kansas City, Mo. swings into the air, his soul swings off A jrentlem.in in Athens, (In., thirfy-thrc- e Into eternity. Who is he, and where is years old. never fir.-- a gun n A he? This afternoon playing kite on the living- in There is a his lif-'""islnes. In her locality. Salary M. Cures Rheumititm. Neeralfl, w Befe rences. t.j, j0),nMn) MnAg.t u Barclay ScSTy. city commons. Mother, you nre this Schley County who sh'nsles his own WtlHIW, HMterft. TMIUtM, flprelM, Ireta. tlr.,tr morning hoi ting a throne or forging - Sample worth 1. SO does it as pi cfcly and tasterUICE. FIFTY CF.ST1. hair-an- d Write chain: you are kindling a star or digging at DBceotrr and dkalxM, i r rhwisu lain skis uoit..iuuTJus. best skilled barber could. CU fWlll.M X.TNUU av.BAJ.TlB0U.Ut - ' fully as the a dunccou. grog-shoOats-Mi- xed Then it pours its richness on tho nir. And this grace of the gospel that 1 commend to you this morning, while it may be very after sunset. 5P wM HTTs the finest -- tyf BEST T"!t.. . L. J ask The Latest Paris and Hew York dsVn aestit.- fm -t- TAHNS&lgaMf iEW - FLOCR-Fnm- ily GRAIN-Wh- ott 0 "& Corn Mixed No.2 MMt fnnerl anrl mnt durable In the world. Warranted to stand in sny enmate. S4 ft "! your nearest dealer for them. Illustrated catalogues mailed free by the manufacturers, LYON 4. HEALY,162State St. Chicago. - ART FASHIONS L'AR?0DE. Attn rCHMSIIED I.V PTVLKS should sub-crib, (Tft HO w- JONES S60. Ilress Makers and Ladltw desiring the I.ATKMT for 1 II RT LA linilF I ? DUUfci Echniimbercontaln.sCo!-- t LaU ore I Plate and Is full nf Illustrations of theyear. Per est Paris Styles. PublHhed monthly. maybeor S5J0; blx months. flBO. Simile numbers cents deredof Newsdealers or send 3.t V. 1. In twrvcent SIOKNJE. stamps lor latest number to Publisher. No. : East linh street. New otk. OT Patterns of nttv dt$iyns on exhibition. l, RedJStar SCHOENHALS' "RENAISSANCE" SOAP. There Is nothing more pleaslnis than a tnfL """jj blotrhes nnd pimples. Wo Jllii, freo lrom can safly Kuarantee our SK.V SOAP Is the best ICopyriithtt-ecured.- 5v iii.; ) ough(ur!e Oil cure for all diseases of the skin nnd scalp that has delre " ever ben presented to the public If you "natal-tanet- a tlfiir. healthful, charming tnriFlrxion. ue cents per catc. .Sold by nil Sfip. Price. leading drujnrlLs. or3 cakes In a box will bo sent by mall on receipt of 75 cents by Sole Jlanufaeturers. .a CIXCIXX.VTI SOAP COWPAW. Cincinnati. Ohio. FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. New method of decoratlne Silks. Satins. Vases. Plaaues.Lampahades.etc Can not be detected from hand palntlnc, Easily applied. Send for price-Ur- t IIOFFJC.V.t.N BROS., and full directions. Prine-I.ls- t. SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. m-n- 25fe I Cincinnati. Ohio. pay from nlE8!CNBWLA'WS;Offieer AAI I I.lliJr commissions; utwrwrs rcuev- SaIJLU Morphlna Hnblt Cared la 1 to SO day. X pay till cared. Dr. J. Stephen. Lebaoon,Okl Vlirs.BrBS and Waves sent C O. D. anyprlce-lttreS 1S Main Street. CT JACOBS OPIUM II. Wholesale and retail .Strehl&Co,173Wabihav,CWcago. l6nf" HAIR where. -- trap-doo- r, - dernlSSm r or ram t 0E!HM. HABIT ." hand, etc maii STUDY. nliiHl. Forms. Penmanship. Uook-ktreplnj- r. lree. BUS iIMHC01.L.;GK. thoronchlv Arithmetic, short X tUisincss "C"1. Jl,s!L.nrCu,r BuSTsUw. A. X. WANTED WOMAN - furnished. Write Valcxtink BaosJanesvlllc, Wis. "Xk.kT-e- . net) here and earn TCLPpRAillVI'tani p.y, Sltuatloaa pooa itBmr,nADT- -- M WIIK.V I 1 please kajrruu smtv Uiv AdverttaiMiaalt ItrriNIITO AllVKItTISKIU a. Sr las. .?i ,JI ':.,;1 -- - .AS? tL ifey m 'Sirf8-5- fesfe-- , l r r. . v J .j S1" f5 so IS. Jilt sSa .TSV -- - 5S" Setts' J ESfcs" r&fZX rt?r . , S5T ' rrvc3i ,V.rf "J. v. J. J rrtf' ;7i. v y HjSkTJKtvk 1. . sSSSJ-Jw'.- tf 3 fiHu yr( e Ri v- eDJ 1T'T-Tmi-I Cfl T w ST !a,Bara C' ' &a' BJ tVMVrw . ESftiS j "Cy V2I ?- o&555 - Pig) yigMfc S m .i'xV To Which we call attention an invite an inspection. Wo are too busy to write advertisements, so will simply say that Our stock is complete in every respect, and our prices Ike very lowest, and vrc trust you will not do yourself the injustice to buy until you have seen our poods and iV our prices. It is no trouble, but a pleasure to show goods? y LOCAL NEWS. Ir. A. Fair: is, who has boon r.bsent sovcinl months isiting n ' p;g 'arGRfTS f3 son in St. Louis, has returned LL 1'o'bc. 52 Mk$ VI &2&Z& Miss Lorena Scott, one of tho t givnu-sfay c rites of Padncaii so- - ! 1 iOW THfl" e STr0!2r"7H ii S ? f J 3 EraHrar;w"r &N 19 ES"H h8 ,'.rrg UOdEItT yutuLAS ('HAS. IhjL'vjI'As DOUGLAS BROS.. New "mi JJ7 dsds T r hilu!iri s mi nnar E If RilTfl - lIg s 5- - r- y B!I Grocery and Bakery, (At the MoHtgonurg Stand.) TIL TOIJ HITS HBiLOHSB '. fl u NJ caj CMai iFT'f,!&3 tSBCiC ccfim A JJ. !:. Millet's fainilv. -- I'l l! V IE I'ToifilKI- - lirT lil.llifni I Will kcenn ily (irot'ric, ktc s, Miss Alice Jones, of rem-phiis 8imhHu a short while in liickinau. with her cousin, Mrs. E. IJ. Prat her. -- That story about the fsland of, Oaba beinjr swallowccl b an earth-- ! quake was all a hoax. Mr. Clias. Davidson ami Miss B Alice Pewitt: Mr. .Jeff Powitt and B Miss Xannie Ilavwood. from no.-uFulton, were vishin- - in Hickman, SSZ - Are drooping- their meek heads on account of autumn winds, avo desire to remind the readers, of the Courser, that vre have now?-,iV ittAi " 'l ' ,'1'1" v.w.iizv.tc aiiii vxvgmiwm ui "-- ill ir8u fold. t'inplyl a first c1a lmkcr Goo' ana new, a.nu win jiui w juutllo F-A-BIS gJPf8' Confcctionrri, assortment of &C , Fam- DOtTAETSS POK ad j i"i' : nr " isa "4? SbtMMU..W 3 v.j' z&JV VJ 1F1 v 77 S3 "StowsAs- - yz&snszr f JLjrTsr r a vv i rcrtvfW"'S7?ci:rrm ga U -, LWs pv Q E ds 5 E2 U rf f3) u. ?3 m P FOR FtTCHSR'S ESSv M E- - EgSP X'3L iaiSS J Sunday last. E3 c rf IL 'M a 7J IT t ft. v 3 ,V 3 VVl li l .3 EhSE jpwtt saiiLiiriisjBj "" cr .BL PHYSiCAN ADO SURSEQN, IlirKMA:;. KhMLlUl "IFFEKS Lis Profossional srvic to (he eit.tene of iliekraan and vicinity., V j&ult;-8- 0 , rn X E OEDBEliIASLI B, Ll he ff V TTR' K ' P?'f,gT W s -li 0 , i &e., that rwodttaMVo"1,11;"1 NOTIONS, BOOTS ,and SHOES, CLOTriiNG.-'HAT-'6! , . , ty years ago. was ever siio'.vii on iiu1 counters of any merchant donilie husinessi ;i(i "vc wish lt impress on your rnmcl at the Sv m lho j lirc'iiasc' iimi . ai! SSiMi!oU,iiceh-T?? oes for circuit jnde ii. start, lliiit vc are olibrinj; these for less moncv than any of " this District the largest vote .P ever polled for anv man in the OU1' COmUCtitOi'S CIU1 OV Will Sell (hem. district, with or without ojipotiT linn ' re are deterniined to do the business of the town this fall,' fr. (J. U. Landrtun left Wod- ail(l if prices and stock have aiivthinsr to do with it. our success1 r ..: t nn.l.x. ... .;.... f S All who want the new mil-- 1 road "hands up." Hickman ought V'V.J VTLBURN'S BAKERY AE i RTTT KJ iUiJ A. IN THE RING, Centaur Liniment Is the most tho wonderful Paln-Curworltl lnis. ever known. . S -- s a-ood- . . . . c? take in tho great Fair, and also to buy the finest and largest stock of MAllihtv inwtilu oviipi- .... ! SALE. S0O,OOO fet dry Cypres Aldo, SLwm' "- -- - J7 " , v SDU RAXT & DBBWRY. cst selected, the greatest variety of stock in Hickman rheiririces arc below anv competition. (We all preach low pricus, (Laclede Mod,) Cut jui drop in and feee for yourbtlf, and you will be convi: ccd that Yc A IliCKUAX, are t:isnr von lacus Thc who have done themselves the injuti"e of buyhig before calls I have the best Baker, and make belter. (larger loae.) whiUr anl sweeter Jircail, Jni, at ur.store would do well to bear the-- e facts ill mind. . . . . w n lha fTPF.l 2 t lt.bk !""" . ""'.nanu an .," .:"- it it".v. r. "- , 2n ,- frouble. but a pleasure,- lor us to show and nr ice vou our "oods. ","". mw umc. . , on Ruilding Bread Uiicbareaiu" in all departments. Lome and see. a choice lot cf Con- J (JO (JtJO crenra. Lmoiale. and Cream Dread at "iibunis fectioneriH !3jLg&,ULl; , i US firoFSBfiyMlily't' I U- .-.- - "- -- i- ac JieauglH-a -call. WILL WILDUKN. I IO;rosD ei? Oo. 9 1S Hainan. ' A protracted lr,mrli tn mopting is i" progress at the .Methodist Church, in which the pastor. He v. W. (r. Ilolly. is being assisted lv Uev. IlilVP liirn-- especjai attention, and no "fair ladyc" should do lieivxlf the Jlli2litL 0i ilUl SCOlJlo- tvw ClpJtiJr. Ulii ! aiUtUl ilbbllt,u. To the articles most dear 1o feminine hcarti. we have given ' B. II. FREEMAN, Fulton, liy. Ex-Circu- it JAS. CAMPBELL, Judge, Taducah, Ky. in- - FREEMAN & CAMPBELL, ii T0.E OLD RELIABLE i 0HAS. A. HOLCOMBE -- DEALKR m few g$:yg 45?Ji un- C?J rt o& npi ' , &:& "If Qi E cations. mill nttPlitivo i.iin,m.i WWm j" rgsji--s- $353i n . pj . . sss5ii eagy gggjst ?i vM -- i j . r " 1 2l-rei- r S1 a"' &J. rKB 152CU. aa ibvi. kT. s a Col. Turner speaks at 3fav- field. Mondav. Cant. Stone will s rSTS " kt- 3fcTfe., SjrH Will practice in copartnership in Fulton county, litigation will receive prompt attention. tVP BROS. HEBIfflN, FAINTS All classes of auc20-GI- jsn nz - PR ES CR iiss: las: &T(. m, r. 1 BI'if COUP OV Nb EDI - , meethimti.ere.and ask for a vision of time; and if granted, tlie joint discussion wiii continue ing Hickman, &c , The official vole for common, wi with . attorney in this District, ? as announced by tho State Hoard, tllCSC gOOClS nutiiua: uruaoiuiiti, ,&au; lien- Yt'ii.n.. dru-k5,nia: Thomas, 4.&5. cross- - x s all Novelties, from foro'ffn and domestic looms: In ported Irish B.air Cloth, Oiiuviiss Liair liouelc ('loth, Silk tVar P Jb.enneLLa, Corduroy Suitings, Jersey Cords all shades, French Tn cots, &c., vith buttons and trimmings to nuitcli. liemembcr, -- IP T 10 NS CAIih r J jl ei UA rr 6, INSURANCE. Lk&ik .t I jfc Vg?T F: r ir,-gj- W3i;ii-- r L tt s&zxa sasss 5 E madcto order. general repair shop, in Eat Hick- man. near the new railroad dennt. lie is a splendid workman, works,! 9 at reasonable prices, and guaran-- j -- Sow tPeS($sati8laction. wok' I I We have all -T-heicv., coi. Baptist assoeia- the late styles and l(naths, for Ladies, Misses and Children. tion meets in annual session in Our Jeans and1 Flannels we bought in June, and anv one who Hickman next Tuesday, and will t i .em session several uays. jou Ji csic siaie oi liio vrooi marKcl Uicn, as comparOcl wit i tiie delegates, preachers nnd laviiieu, Knows . . . ., win be in attendance, and win he prcsciu time, can nuoin vou that vrc Li re prepared to, and ?tv, entertained bv the colored citiKeus of iiickmau. .sell you tiiesc staple articles 20 per cent, cheaper ban oilier Mr. W. C. Carlisle his estah- llOUSO Call pOSSlblV OlTer theill. lished a wagon, l)lack.mithiii''. and imfy-made-u- p - oii"adcks'yn ail wil1 filld no ai0f OllI lOlIIui Oil COUlllerS. HO IiaV( Opened OU1' nIM ulueh wsi's nmnufGciiirzH e,.ry8ss!?j - or its, and pfrirMisT - t vi T- -r trash in this line. a iiy Sd 2TXP--S Store. rawrT7 ?. tz MiiiM!!, TESTED. in? t DEALER "diTl'GS. SUNDRIES, PAIXTS, IS MEDfCICS. IlSOKS, STATIO.VJ2KY, nnd School Snpnlic3. !. . LANDRTTM I DAVIS, Manche-te- r, OIJ, Fancy .iVVDH, TOYS, and I'lUTUIJKS, WIXES and L1QUOIJS, for .Medical use. FOE THC . AGEA'TS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: . . 1 I TX2&. IMlfENIX of T3.233D AND WlHITE R. L. MOORE, sewing lc found over rowel l' 7v AGENT machine 0"S V ,' 1 Kngland; HARTFORD, lUrf.rd, Conn ; LVNCASUIRE IXSURANCC CO.MI'ANY OF NORTH AMERICA, &c, &c, Hartford, Conn.; AS J) THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW An cm Grocerytotattend night calls. - sU vu.3 r - ;Gffice, t Moore a Laadrum's Drug c' OTB k"" raaSrBga1 S s lOl" ISlOn t. !ee: s The 2nd nine of the Hickman U.B. C, played a match game! with the Uuniou City 2nd nine, at umon city, Tuosdav, and got ThrJncklLov0 the cornet band, but did not re-turn quite so jubilant. To our many friends and citi- t. 'ns of Hickman, wc deahu to re- tirn our sincere thanks for their kindness to us during the late ill- ujss of our son, Willie. Geo. Z. Harris, and bllOCS for V ? Ladies, iuisscK and Children, are the productions oir tour oi the factories in the U. S., viz: Hess Bros.; Giesecke Boot and bylShoc Co.; Ilamiiton-BrowShoe Co., and the world renowned WIIKBSEeAriKUV . , . Ot (Jill' IlilCS -- . . , CllStORl IlootS and SllOCS (o). A SUBTAKE.I5 a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of ITardwarfe which are offered at Oss F PR J E, and that the very lowest the-- markef justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as lcpresented. Has u iraaan x$ros. S: Uo. 't ly tliem. While in thcnarket, we were fortunate enough to secure some very rare bargains, and we propose to give the benefit of same to our trade. We note a few of these HF3 - . PRESENT AT ITS HOOFING A SPECIALTY. Before decirling this question wc invite you to examine the beautiful and varied stock. J. D. MILLARD E2H$ wu & H SON L 1 MBS. JTBNNIE G-ARDNE- B-, Mary J. Harris. s II t T-- & Mrs. Gardner's book store -Miiaa continues to prosper and gspw in popular favor, for which slio returns thanks. Keincmber if you want to subscribe for any news- 1,000 vanlj Prints, our price, woith 5c, ..2ic ffi paper or periodical, you can order GOO " " 10c, Kubher Webb, through her. Remember, also, 500 ff " " Cashmere,; oo 10c, (C that she keeps the cheap and 500 a, f " So, Canton Flannel, vcrv heavy library publica popular The Fall 3iiau will commence It " 20c, . . lied Tick, extra heavv, 200 15c tions. St MONDAY, A.TJGTFSE 30,1886, :a " tt " B Domestic, yd wide, . " 8c, 31. c. a.; " " 1,000 s Oc Ami Continue l'our Mcnt!t. Spring Seion Commences 1 " 10c each, tt doz, Towels, 100 ccach4 Will meet in the Methodist I-(i " 5c " tt " Ladies Handkerchiefs, M0HBAY, JAHUAKY 3 IS$7 le each church, Sunday afternoon, at 1 100 " 40c pair, ft all wool Socks, lt Men's 50 o'clock. Subject for discussion: lioc pair Ami Continue Vivo MotHlm. " " Scarlet Undershirts, 10 "Giving." Leader, Kcv. W. W. worth 1.00, " G5c each .. Tlir ot utmly, inclixUng thurniish jiriiTmrj work In FnplMi l)ratl49t Jlitlifmitic, I.ntin, " Blue Plannel Ovcrshiris, 1 5 Gardner. Everybody cordially inhh1 Clitbntei. 1.00 each flrtk, tliXntitnI frclH, Klocnthin. lnmiifhii, 1.50, '' m Hepveiat attention! ileretml to tb iriwratiua uf htmleHt." fur college, ahJ ui.g men fur Lusinesi. tt c .1 fft it vited. 25 incus Uvercoats, 2.00 ( u i H A. A. Davis, Scc'y. ic o.oo! " t rn 25 (C 4, "Worsted Frock Suits, (big bargains) worth S15.00 B. P. White, of Man10.00 our lirico Judge TUITION 75 Pair Men's Pants, vhich we will sell at 50 cent on J. 00. Clay county this State, chester, inS3 00 rirtry PupiU jr maHtlt. was shot from ambush and 10 Cases Men's heavy winter Loots, "worth 2.50, go at 2.00. ' Intoniisdiitc, 4IW " evening ' G00 Atlaued .. stantly killed Sunday while troing from his business PAYABLE 3kIONTIILY IN ADVANCE. liouse to his home. He was a O. desire also, cousin of Hon. John D. White, public mind for a few squibbs-tha- IIuikUAV, Kv., July 23, tf had .served several terms as arc likely to appear hi subsequent issues of this most excellent County Judge, and at tho last August election was elected Su- paper, which will from fertile brains of some our perintendent of Common Schools Republican candidate by competitors, and will read something in over the wioe : will dis'CJ5 GOO or 700 majority. Judge White The columns of one of the most popular men count all advertised prices." was journal arc open in his county, and was the only money advertise all who have prices, and we are Democrat in the White iainny. 4." jk, A 3 wy a at new ''tore, Fuqua & Dei'ow's old "tand. has an endless vaiietyof ooks and Fancy Stationery, J'apeterics of all styles and finish, Pens, Lap Tablets, Albums, Card Cases., Cards, &c, &c, Teucils, Port-fofio- -, in endless variety. and Toys Awn , B t 'T BIOKMAN, K!EiTTIJCIS"Y". -- xox- feldLwUci? oh&QlL EUrawin Plans, full specifications as to everything needed furnished, and entire ock and Key jobs Folicitetl coil accuratelreplc"'11' sea-sid- e T. M. rmiS Se E5 FSSNCH, I . jj y. .Crnr,i,rrV-Hooa,rrrr?r,"sc;-rr- iii .. M)1 IJi)k-Kciiu)- t, (C mi y f lap9 T. n-EE- ! Q Q 51 . nine a T-110 1 ., iBcpresents a line of the very best Companies in the United States. ( OFFICE A T CO UR UBEA i kill sr-r- . ZHZIOIKIIMlATSr Frcsl. H. BUCHANAN, V. Prcst. Wc to prepare the 1MW5, J. TAYLOE. , B. L. ALEXANDER, Cash emanate the this of 'We this to to their the Winter Millinery. Fall and call your nttention to her not afraid for our prices to appear in print in public, neither are Mrs. Jonct, we the kind ofJmerchants to take refuge "behind some hackneyed of unritaled and immense line andHate. lanciee, Feather, Flowers Our prices show what we are now phrase and say what wc will do. Which she ha jut received, and has he novelty or ready for display. Ercry Woulcblike to sec you in our .house soon. The latch-strin- g noon as the doing. season addad to htock asOpening Dia them? Grand market affords on the outside. Veiy respectfully, may play, Thursday, Sept. 23nl. And kindher hangs of meet with the same effort to please encouragement -jjJ" Joyrs. jXjiE;3S:A.3XriE3X- - elk IMjfiLZSe:W"E33QjiXji- Bon-nets, UNDERTAKERS, ana MOSCOW, KT.s XUZtQE CITY, on QMMQt Q SIC cWpital, Mf Ifcik licJIL I If 1LSL iiy M M jri M & aj 850,000, business, we respectfully solicit the patronage? i1iinattnM fnut rf n!i!ifif AnrAvf? v' ' four months, Iiscoui4ld at (be TBKK,, Manufactures and keeps constantlr hand, a full supply of COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL GASES. Orders by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention. A lull line of Ladies' and Gents' Burial Jlobes on hand. Piclurc Frames made to order. Old jMirmturc made new. UV mannfueiMrc Pnnnr.n'cVilAntnnt t I ami LIiiU Medicine. Io cure no nav. We exnect to hinrile Kiimitin. !....,; ' o on, and will take orders for them nowv l ju nelS BciijR5RllJrWrganizcI and rcadv for f)l IH .all COlIItiniia titnili fn pajier running three or rale oi per " cent, per annum. - - ::, IDTJEbZEKDTOTlS'- X--r E1?1": BUCHANAN. L. GEO. B. THRELKEtH. JOIIKSOXBALTiER iSlANDLR. L. UNDERWOOD. W. CHAS- V. n - J b 1 I -- v ..-- -. t- - 51 ..'-C- - , .U.- - '- . - .- -'- 'M V U T t. w y J i gnmtMMEzma ft J IK SiflKiiiS C333ISR. Wanl niul Tli !- II The appropriations for the was held the rsss Efeg fnllowitig arc Botno of the wKniiullaml Ugi8ljltnr0 forBo- - soldiers office in thoatcity county w RicUuia11 ai d Collimbus haibors, The ABt JCOW BEAIlY OR ALT. of May-fiel- d clerk's i na ista, now here. en.. AlSOdO each, thanks to the urgenof the new post-oflic- e fcaturr-T.eI.ab- - oiii a t..- -, on Saturday night, Septem.. tnlm..!n.. 3a!if5o::sI::3!ci'? Against cy and vigilance of our member of SHIPMENTS Git CONSIGNMENTS delivery syptem which j?oes into Ttrt linn iinimiies nro m. ..H1 fail- - ber 11, 1SSG. i Bsiii:. whs mi actual appro1st: me. At their bestthev nflorfl b,lt Congiess, operation Friday, Oft. of Con' try Produce that may Iw ofTered Cnpt. R. T. Albritton was elected j ..... w H jmnlies to every office in priation, with a provision in the tor 'lnj uient or storage, special aitentiuu ri.nil.l.OOO lencf 1). J Coulter secre and roni IVInc-il- i PtariJtrJ.J jivt-- to l.ill. nosith cly requiring the mon- United States and territories. inhabitants of the T,,i.w??coast chairman the tary, ISKNTOJI, IvY., Sent. 0. T.nciL., ... h( snout on the m 2 Any letter, or package, hav- fmli.si.st entirely by jlliirty On motion it was unanimously Monday was our rn.Mihn- n,..,..,'..fii:i...,nii and Columbus. Fmm V7HEAT. APPLES, & w ing afliNed the ten rent delivery thousand people g0 froinWfav-foundlan- d resolved that a ol Court, and our new county olli- - lack of confidence, brought about to Labrador fof ish stamp, in addition to the ordinary I Wtieal SaciiH kept on tinm! postage, will be entitled to imme- every year. This vear tlicr.'Iiavo federate soldiers of Jackson's rials were on hand to , show to'livnast disappointment, our !or ui Kentucky be called: their Irieuds mid :wl. .,;.-,...1 nvnr ti.;c mit ....! AW ?y Kk fcSS SSS PSfg diate personal delivery to any dis- not caught enough'to pnv the cost to meet in camp in tho city ?nVraft re& iVTv at New Depot tV. B. l'a i of well they could perform the needed help as in former tance within one mile of the poet-ollie- of transportation. WarhoiMv. t I Jnst tliirt fiieJv ? tlr?e ij feo fcyi ijsi itm t'?iirk and further than one mile if thousand more people are depend- Mnjliuld, ly., on Fnday. October- rious duties imposed. ml :dl ,u. i...rs. Perhaps, because, the liv-- i HNw?.? tls fSjn l!a J'J2 1j, 1Sju, and that ah other ex con- monstrated unusual ability iuJor lias alieady cut off our ihiiroud, ent upon the successor thcVjovc the postmaster so elects. federato soldiers bo and they aio tiieir arious places. ('apt. Stone but don't j on know that if the . Vhe rule applies to chop let- mentioned 30,000. p;, tes a hcreb cordially muted to attend, mid (Jo!. John Omhic weie- m, l..,hor eau be built and held.' ter cardr, or parcels, placed in or IUL.U 111 U.UH'il lll'fn!,. " . ' W, . W J' Wt- lire t '5 .....?.-...; Um,,U U,C ovo"i"- !l f between 7 destitute and will he "..inUvr de-'- arriving at post-offic- e JWvo that the la.Iioail will be quirk to ?' b L 1'iogway, 1j. A. an account of their stewardshin traek again to the tier., a. m. and 7 p. m. St fnr Ne;i1 t!mr.. HO HOW inOT ! ' fapt. Stone, as our S- "lSCtiO is a small amount to do . Melinite the att ntion of the public to a eyeful inspuiion ofour ne . RESTORED ! J' I! W:lt.s' Kistencr lirh UonrMs.nan 4 No other stamp, no matter pabb.Lc.i. no apsoiuicit a commit- - opuUe ot how well a Demuunitiu riicIi Ww rnt.oD f or. ,.iv..r- e' theiolocKo1 iall sxntl U inter J)ry Good, L IcthmV, IJoot?, bbocs, :c. "k wllI,t'.,. what value, seeuies immediate de- "uin.1. Titian pCOI) o are SCSttCI- - Ainnuon ' . . ,. w"U Olfbrntcd IH:iy oti tLo roJiifn ' C!i confident in statnifr that . inii.tiion. LtcMilent and i louse ot licprc- - hands s,"", seientitic engineers. it is bv Jar the pivttiot and best selection ucrmmTojumM ..r rmiiUi Knu.-- . iBo! livery, except the special delivery ed over .'J 000 mile! ,,r s of u uill be, we ever had, with prices u Iom as "the Mime c&s of it'exceedinHv .. ....-- -; ; if AVW''r,' T,l!.lt n co.?i"co.ot Beiitntives e,gged with a iC-- ; may he Btamp. crinir' j . ,... .... .... ....... r....,. ... ... . ...r.n- 1,. i.rrvi.r, ,.., t ,..,,. ,,.:,i. i...t.. 1....1 i..i..n...i .1 nil :iii"fii:cm n m nimmiii on nv i in riiiiiiii.m 5 Persons receiving such let ' tJo follow- - pledges made in their platfonn rceomplishing n.ueh practi-- i BSSeas&ESBszxBgssw, ea'.nerS,eFo,V?v!tXd.C,'airi,,:,n; 'Vm,I'o out ters, or parcels, ore required to relief st .- mg were appointed: R. L. Lsry, prineiples on which the race had eallv; but if v. e could get the work ' "fi- 5 '",sr,J , H STmo lPceipt the messenger for fame in unless relief i J J,a"w8, 1. .. Mmorc, L. been mads and won; how tho war inner charge of three Midi men b' .,., ft H c J3&5? ii-f - iniriic4iir mri: book prepared for that purpose. iiniici -. Hi.ii.iuoii ia ;.7.;i.lilo ..... iPO(i oc . .... r.iti;., ,,. w i.,,.;.. i,...i iIHJUII ....... i.. ... , Ui .z: -. J. L r . 5rrr-- r v ... i, urn II, at once 1..1... T..i... w:..;.. , ......-. ;r.u ,,f (! UlL:.....,. ,,mu. r.n.n...ui ..,..-.- ! l. aUIl"Ill HJ lll Vl. !!K .1111111 ttlllliliZ. .Ullll i..y - illlllii VKL'.-r- . The law does not require tho J..,i- . - irXW rfT STZ . - t J.l there iirflilOO,i .I cunditKin may L. ma cui Libn!iplT, pri- poat-otlieto be kept open any 000 dependent in Xcwroiunllimd Exoll, Amos West, II m. Loniiii. dtic.ed and how defeated by pre Geo. MiiMtrii, men who have J. L. Distil tikes, W. M Cargill, .1 tended Democrats; how the pub been ptactieallv managing w oi k can be in anv market. Our Stock ot, Indies and Mi-c- s '. Cloak?, i.turii, lonlit Ic In !! Liaii, ut trrrr earlier or Inter hours than as pre Otitic snore, tislinrjoc rn,i fnt-i- l i . jvan,r. .weicau, j. j. ii3on, lie e.pentlitures had been reduc-'oi- i the river bank and sttects for 'Jackets and Miort raps, n, of the bet caJS of GOODS, made in the ,0".tt"r,IJ1,7""laS,1u u hen mails failure of tho shore fisheries ;this D. P. vinns to this law. Coulter and .1. E. Kobbins. ed and the public debt decreased: iiaany . ears past, we would guar-- ! latest Per.sian stvlc. Also .some hand-omc- j new Markets. As we sold ' an ive before i) p. m., special de-- j $ ear tenders 90,000 people Ji.s led, That the following- - how much of the public lauds had ai.tee that i.tactical good could out clean, last winter, the Stock now k allinew, to be made. Except mat-- 1 i tute. The nuonle Imvi. lurolv and prices remarkably ,"T7rcKvnlEi.i.r:B:rix.i:o.. ....... ... i - i S1 Annst o. uac v..rk.x. y. . .ml hrmso ter beating a fipecial delivery enough Wr present iiecessuiesand natiied persons be appointed a been wrested from corporations ho accomplished. At any rate, low. .Remember we will huis Ju,'y commiUee on finance: U.S. Hale, both local and foreign, anil were (miipo the appropriation is made., Mauip, all other mail is'as liereto-fore- . no means of earning a dollar?. V. M. Smith, A. O. now in the legitimato channels of'iid positive as to wheie to be , Tho only relief to this pffto is B. A. Neale, Simpson. T a rTT7-o- r ?c: Cir"VTCi ' ,! 1 ,f P.-,,,lsSixflSlj) . 9 rcEall, JtrD. v L. . An. trade . mil :i ii.fn.ra ri- tin i tn O ptTt:TtS etoTi ttio"1 rr the fact that tlfe 113 va''1B--.- I n.dllBHtII.IHW. dei son, rfm. JVJl i iltiSJ "liOiaUIUSIi . only crop raised on th'a inland is I J. W. TJiomas Austin, ll. T. Dihi'h, ui'uwduii HcotioiiM of tho countrv.- Wo' k, and try to got it under head- mi;.vs !' t K. -and J. V. Uullock. lie said lie was a candidate fur v- Way. turning out well, and will yield lirmlcrtl, That a hearty invita- election ami w.iuitt iikc lor tl:ei fc ISS ADEI LE ALLEN, Principal, ' Jrrnl J'.xollriiicnl In Kiiropc tOver about a peck per head of pomla-tion- . tion be extended to all -- The people lead the Hickman (V fj many friends that stood bv him "'pectfully announce that the regu! t!ir I'lolmlillit.rs !' ii Ctlii-! ll lar Fait session of thia Institution will flV, soldiers to bo present and take in the last contest to stand b him CoLinini, and this tact the live,! Hi exLondon, Sept. Marine says this seems h'ghly commence. EaiSa.EgVEg.EiS.iaa.gfj j j fef M ag'iitt and as many more as ei.terpiibing business men realize, citement has been caused at Chat colored in view of the recenffab- - part in said , 3IXAY, AUUUST 30, I'iS. and hence tho strain upon oar ad- That ham by the unexpected teceipt of ricattous of starvation Bbries i of this meeting the proceedings thought he had made them a conShe will have such competent assistants eitibing columns this week. The be furnished the scientious member and had fulfill urgent orders from the Admiralty, anion? tho Labrador Ksouinaux. in Literary Department as may be needed, and the Muf ic Cla-- will bu in charge of to expedite the completion of men , but it is the plain statement d" ac- - county papers for publication, and- ed the pledges and promises hoi Couwku avoids sensations, or that all other papors in the Pur- had made. He alluded to a re- - "ragging, but it is a fact that for an experienced and thoroughly qualified ot war. Itelnys of workmen are1 tttal facts and consequences. Kj. --O. teacher. chase be requested to give notice- port that is in circulation in this; ow oer 2C years it has been to be employed day and night if of said countv to tho efieet that he was a' publiidied, seeking at all times to necessary. this activity is rei.isr of ASro!.r.m:.rj. , . .:.. fm. .!lm d n A L nit y i i. t. ..i i ; un v, amii mo tills imjutiuj; Liit'ii aujuui.neii, guoi una uuriug .t. war ano noij"" m:i.in ,mui garded as indicating possible Con- OT ' Mon. AV J Mono. Cniiiililac lor subject to the call of tho chatr- - with a regular armv. and said thatP'e,,t't' has found its way into a tinental complications. 8 Intermediate (imsrfti S'nui lJSi:io'Uim man. he would only say that any one ery large mainritv of the homes '10) Advanced tlic First Dltliicl. The morning Post's Berlin corK. T. AumiTTON, Clf tun. could satisfy themselves about of Fulton county and this commuW. J. Stone, candidate Or reof 10 montlis 20dftvs In iiiouth. respondent says that Austria has .his war record by making the nity, and in these homes these July 23 formally notified German that election to Congress froa tho D P. Ccuirat, Sec'ry. FARjQ 10. distrijt of inquiry at tho proper place, and manyyeuisof woekly iiits has will oppose any attempt First Congressional Austria Meteor StrlUcN Ohio. gave the references. lie said established it as a part and parcel by Kussia to enoroach upon the Kentucky, will address the pco-- ! Aki:on,i Otno, September 13. of the t .a 4..ll..ritwr TMIins wi I mi .q liberties ot the Balkans. A spe- tiln .it n.o iui.i...... (Clinton Street, Corman &, Co'i Old Stand ) xue people living in tno coal linn- - that war was over and that he did- I There ishousehold, so to speak. !..v .ii. a clasp of business men, not want to uncover tho blenchcial messenger has started for places. All, other candidate for ing regions, embracing four towns xox- & birasburg with important iis Congress in the district an oaitealatrrn rnnoonf i.nimtrv ing bones nor distuib the graes who leading but little themselves, spectfully invited toj he present,' i were awakened at o'clock Sun- - of thoso that fell m the storm of(l not appreciate how much tho patches for Emperor William.. KENTUCKY STI12ET, a lair division ot ilime wtu pes day morning by low, ltunbliii"- leaden hail for four years over this people of this da. ami time, rend, Tho Austrian iiftWRii'inrtrs while constantly on hand for hlr rybfe-isa- g KEEPS sale lame deploring the jiosstble necessity. accorded them sounds, accompanied by shocks of countiy. And here I want to say ?m' hence theirtrving and do btmi- to HOUSES, BUGGIES and HACK- -. that this election- - it methods of MavfioM, Mondav, Sent 20th. earthquake so distinct that houses eering Having purchnsed the stable, liorrfti scheme by the enemies of feso without methods of push and Farmiugton, Tuesday, Sept tilst. Cheerfully resetted to. if it will were terribly shaken and articles and entiro outfit of W. IJ. Plumme r r uMng Such men are doom prevent greater calamities iii the on mantels were thrown to tho captain atone is a siamter, oase ne propose to continue tho busiuca;, ami jioi jL..lt wan. iiiurbuav, ccin. -- on. . ed to dul! times. Poor bonis, f'ntiiT-1 III 111 lloor. Several years ago tho earth as hell itself, ami that no mind not placii g i..l. 1.1. solicit piitrouage j llj:V, i3CjJ - 4 lliiuu, the fault upon tho "times," Clinton, Saturday, Kept. -- tli. settled several feet without ap- warped and reckless by bitter- when u properly belongs to their ness, ninlwell, Moiidny, Sept. 27th. I have secured, permanently, one of the finest worlnien in the State, ano" will make Clinrlcston ns sii Wan. parent cause in this region, and envy fancied giiovauces, malice, pwu lack of life and enteiprise. and hatred, could stoop to W. DIESTELBRINK roofing snd tinning a specialty. Miiourn, lutwlay, acpt.ain. peoplo are now badly frightened, Perhaps no city in America has 5niitliland, Wednesdav, Sept. 29th, such a de.ith in the s' igh and Tho CoruiEit next woek will en-- i Motto J will not bo undersold, oven in larger cities fearing they will be swallowed up. 1 Salem, Thursday, S)t. 30th. .1 ! !inr as large or print a supplement, so as To make matters more unpleasant, miro of wickedness a. been distinguished above their Marion, Friday Oct Int. j to circulate such putrefaction and & famish our usual complement ! a very large meteor jesterday sisters, both at homeland abroad.' Princeton. Saturday, Oct. 21. of reading matter. Kenton, Monday, Oct. 1th. morning passed over tho shaken-u- p carrion on a uiirisua'i, .suiter, Ujthan that beautiful queen right man like Bill Stone. Birmingliani, Tuesday, portion of country, tiaveling of tho sea unhappy, desolated Gofl'a Park, Weilnelay, Oct. 5th. X. 1. Let it bo borne in mind Oct tilh. Wtiit.Cnu Stc IIiiiip. j close to the earth and tin owing Charleston sajs a wiiter in tho Cadiz. Thursday, Oct. 7th. spiae WfB iT iryins again ami Keeping ticourKC that it is the enemies of Captain IJOtrouble to narao all articles, but 29 to show good". oft' heated particles at every few aSTew York Graphic. Stli. Wallonia, Friday, Oct. In the old rny thing Hniingly impouibtu may In? ijy ajJ andome and see, at the corner of Ttov feet. The meteor is supposed to Stone who are introductin tho it i no I. Hundreda of hopclc- - cost's of Lamasco. S.ilurdav, Oct 9th. dajs "before the war' South Caroand Mo3cow Avenu. Enat Ilickmpii, K ithier and Liver Complainf have been have struck the earth near tho "bloody shirt business" by circa lina was the gatden spot of tho Wicklifie, Monday, Oct. 11th. , lating the report that he was a $.r t by Dectric Hitters, a'tfr everything LovelaceTille, Tuesday, Oct. 12th South, and Charleston with its Paducah. Wednesday night, Oct 13th. eastern part of the citj-- as the guerrilla dining the war, not in the tls.' 1) d been tried in vain. So, don'i think shock in that locality was dis- regular army, Ire.stige, its traditions, was well HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS (Corner of Jackson and Kenfceky Street.'-,-) Hinkleville, Thursday, Oct lith. etc., that it wasonl Iiht- - i no euro tor you, but try F'cctric tinctly felt immediately after the his beloved. And what a lovely city! lliltery There- is ni medicine "so sate, so Moscow, Friday, Oct. 15th. great fire ball passed. The Sun- him soldier pretentions that elected IX re and m perfect a Mood Purifier. She sat so proudly overlooking Columbus, Saturday, Oet.lOtb. HICKMAN, KY. T7-- T7I Jtickman, Monday, O- -t 18tb. day was one of special prayer here was before, and that the pl.'a- I"! trie Bitters will run- lvsiK:1?'',ai Din- -' 7T J f1'77 J A V" its beautiful estuary and inhaling v s- 3 i it, - j. st UJA-L-- -XT false as ho was only a guon.l- b s and a'l Diseaseaof tho Kidneys. In- - t "---- 11, T.7 m T7Si; Tr"XT, -Concord, Thursday, Oct. 21st. by many people the perfume of.-th-c magnolias, la. Stone cited to living wittiest, h va's.iblc in aflections of Stomach and Wadesboro, Friday, Oct. 221. a queen deservingand receiv- .like Satnr.Uy, Octr 23J, ItoV Sihool-hoithto (teteiitt inmHclt troiii theslaiider- - bfr, and overcome yalt I. rinnrv DlfJicul-- 1 r;e ;',"tH!i!ir.N stoiitni. 77 SO cti, at G. A.f -Tinagc- 1 i o .... Lirire Bttlftr-onltlUlie migh-- y EddyTillo, Monday, Oct. 2oth. . ...stylish III03 for hire. AltS ! f'rrrkf fti.l i j ne out ot town season is about ""a """'OEALCC il! r J'"' tti.k T TSST$lBJr n .ni,Jimbc,a 1L11MS reawaable. Dycusbiirg, Thurdday.Oct 2Sth." fallen! To day she lies in ruins. iki-' ami ho lieKKel :h.it tno rte.nl t, over, and Washington sociotv is W mfa Kuttawa, Friday, Oct. 29th. Shall wo not weep with her, and Italian .a:d American Mab.hi.2 Ho tit II. A. Tvfer and family returiimg to its city home. The past 00 not ealieu into tno cam Fredonia, Saturdfty, Oct. 30th. v.f. 1LUMU-IV1AIM- . will not our sympathy express itPresident has probably grown paign, but when a coafedera.e lett tins weeic tor if vule, .Tiucti MONUMENTS, TOMB AND UliAVE octSO-18self in practical and helpful ways? wearv of fishing and gunning in soldier one red fo. o.ti v should cit they will hete.jfter make t heir 2raclv Wil! Squeal. ST0N2S. an hon.trabie 01. e ' the Adirondacks, and no doubt is his character as witlm-iWashington. ' Sent. 14.-- Tho , ?., the prii-leg- e permanent home. Mrn. Tyler is a Tliat'v'nbax! Story. - bo besmirched, received a fine lot of Arse lady, '"nrlyj Critic this evening publishes an looiving iorwaru wuu pieasaut anmoil estimable HAVIfO Italisn Marble, I tm pr for defense, w.jpu Lhey JovmI by all her nsnoeia'cs, Baltimoke, Md., Sept. 14.- - The interview with Gen. Thomas J. ticipatiou to occupying ins re- find pared to fill all orders. Call carf t;:i back n ai.tl ste: mer Kenilworth, Captain Ack- - Unidi' of Star route notoriety and modeled cottage on Georgetown them.tho slander canicH with her thej ur work cry that ;lio bloo-l- j Information received crly, arrived at this poit hearty good wishpR of th'mt late assistant postmaster general, Heights. Orders from the country proraj-tjM VSUFACrUREUSOF shirt beat them." Captain T.ler in nu-- t from Kingstown and Port Anto- - in which he promises to make here jesterday indicates that he ESES. rr a 'ViifSrn . n -. ve and to the manner born, is a nio, Jamaica. Captain Ackerly6ome startling revelations about will start homeward this week. ' zzamxi crrnnt ii, rf cti brings ouiciat reports ot the great star route mattors ana tue Jblori During his absence the repairn on ui.b.x'i:. v. w.... ri.nnr- iinl i.v.if ben-- ' the cottage have been pushed for- hurricane winch swept over Ja- da clcetion loturns of 1S7G. jabilit', and has been of gtcat maica on August 29. He says that Gen. Brady for a year or two p1""' t0 completion, and the in Our C'ocotMl'tlon ii v:rni!Hlcr. otil to Hickman in helpingto build DBA LEU IS terior thoroughly cleaned am Tho demand for the ' itniiif-d- i apoarinuustri.il and genet.J in- the fruit on tho north and south has been living on his ily Groceries sides of tho island was destroyed, farm sixtv in ilea down the Poto- - burnished, so that all is in readi- - aie aim uiiconditi'i'i ai siinetitler" terest. and we are triad to state and that manvneoide were drown- - m.ie on the. Virginia shore, and ncss for the reception of the of Canadian seali'iir easels ie- - will retain hii factory interests. J .Y AXO, ed or killed by falling houses. 'says he has lately been dividing President and his wife should they eently captured by the United e:e. The Couki::i wishes himself '"Sfyr Neto, Seine, Linei, Hooks, nnd r.Ukind It is the States off the Alaskan coast is not and family abundant prosperity Several coasting vessels were lost his time between cultivating tho arrive here fishing tackle r.ml aupplics, ul a t.ir t intention ot the President to oc- - ukelv to bo com-iliewith. At a:;d happiness in their new homo. and a number of churches ruined, farm, harvesting crops ami S:Ti. Urocerica and Family S;::'litx. gen SSSS-S14 many residences and other ting a book, which will give the cupy his cottage until cold weathor least it is to be hoped that the eraXy. (liiiitlcv. of St. Louis. buildings were razed to the ground 'inside history of tho star route sets in, and oven then ho will state department w have fr. .fas. :. , , ... spend his winter Sun- - bouc enough to refuse to comp.y an out; ami, 2uoinc aiiaunu uir .t. . When the Kenilworth left Jamai episode and of the electoral count XAAnnSAn iuu days there. with any such an insolent demand. Hickman C'oi'iUEK, is visiting ca the peoplo were" dreading an in the Florida elections of 187G." The return of the President The Canadian authorities have Hickman this week, receiving a 25cts Lqwer than the Lowes other hurricane which was pre In answer to questions about be the signal for been vury swift to seize every warm welcome ftoin his b'y'iood - will, of course, 1 hare no t(erk cxpnssa dieted by weather experts. Capt his forthcoming book, tho Generno store roa the home-cominand pay caaVvfor all rny Groceries, and of the Cabinet' American fishing vessel that a friends. lie i a promising young reports that tho island of al said to a critic reporter Ackerly herefore can sVn as cheap as the cheap Uuua occcnpied hor accustomed "I propose to place several alleg and other prominent officials, who very literal construction of tho man. St. Best brandff Vtttcnberg aad Lcn ' place iu the Atlantic on last Sun ed statesmen and others 111 the feel that they are not entitled to a fishery laws and treaties-gavt.ar Flour, 25 cenuchcpcr thaa Ihe low day. DEALBK X2ST public pillory, in order that their longer vacation than tho nead of them anv warrant to seize. Now Mr. Jeff Norred, of Atlanta, JOHN WITTING. , fellow-citizen- s when somo of their own vessels Oa., is visiting Hickman frionds, may see them in tho Government. aro caught in illegal sealing opera- thia week. Some people Committee Mectlnsr- their true light. Incitement InToxat. fOW TO SAVE fe0N EY. tions off our northwestern coast, public as moral Wingo, Ky., Sept. 13, JSSG. posing before the Great excitement ba been caused in tho an insolent demand is " eut in for 'Several members of the Demo- saints, with a X)KXJGS3 vicinity of Tans Tex., bv the remarkable. We aro Wholesale Headquarters lor nl cratic executive committee of this cast of countenance, I shall impale rccoverv of Mr J. E. Corlcv, who was ,0 l,,e """""hate surrender of the grades of stion Congressional district have re- upon the corroded points of their heirless he could list turn in" bed. or r.ii.co Capilired VCSSCls. TllC II F. II AW KISS AND CS5WIH&. SXOSim TOBACCO asl C1MRS I shall embel- his head; everybody said he was dying of, Whether tho vessels ought to bo me to call tho committee own corruption. quested PATENT Hickman, Ky. fac simile auto- Gonsumiition. A trial bottle of Dr. ..Kiug's SUlTQIldorod is one to be. decided MavScld, Ky. and will job to dealer only at factory lv together. Therefore I roquest lish my book with prices; also tho them to meet in tho eity of Padu- graph letters and memorandums liet, lie bought a large bottle TTV'upon an.. application . of existinjg ,. ',,' r , AoioBiaal Supports Robertson & Hawkins, which will speak for themselves; Dr. KiiiK.s Xew Life I'ills: bv the time he rnt;nc, iw uu linjia uiuumii uu t .v.,.i..r, Dental Scsteh and Scateli Im, cah, Monday, Sept. 20th, and urge MEDICINES each member to bo present. Tho in short, it will give the true in- had taken two boxes of Pills and two bot by investigation, and until sut h the best in the market. We alo keop Z T 4 wag well had constantly on hand a choieo telMtioii A object of the meeting will bo to side historv of the Florida", elec tles of the Discovery, heMx pound.andTrial investigation is made Seeretan A'lfsMr ''Yi'rriN3 si. Tt 'J" IV XV '1 V J6.03 Ej X II liayard will do well to order the JS7G and of the ?,ai"ctl ia, r' thirty of Family Groaeries, Confectionorie nnd decide whether or not the party tion returns of Dottles of this Great Di?co very for Con- - offeildill - - AT. : HICKMAN, ver low lor Fruits, which wc will n .r.ovin i.ni.t XIIUIU IO will take action iu the coining Com star route investigation and tri- sumption free at C. A. Holconib's. iitiu. 'i'i j the cash. Plenso call and see us. no ood to be fritrhtoned - at the Will practice in all the Courts of the with all the collateral als, grc8sional election. and otherFUQUA & DcBOW. ' b,ust1' of Canada, or of England Firt Judicial District. IIenky Gkokge, Ch'n. noitEttT L. TAYLOH eeplT wise, conneoteiYtlferowith. Governor of ilthen A ,mt!on t,,at hfi8 bnckcd crattc candidate TOILET KRTICLES n "I have shielded a lot of hypo- 'lennessec, says: forThose who ex FrlKhirnt Epidemic la TenHfHW. O addlery aijd Harness crites aud moral cowards long pect personalities during the can- lately to avoid a fight is not likely na - ,trrfa'.T"-tr- r v"'-.jiai- a . . .. O . O Fit JRofal Si. to cause much terror by tho perenough, and there is nothing left vass will bo mistaken. MMUIVAftV"ua .XT &c, &c, &c. T t &c, &c. &c. I love my emptory demands upon this gova.rvi,--j i xneuuie vnagoi for 1110 to do but to nubiish the . - . r a trae i8ide history ofthesoovents brother as a man should love his ernment for anything. in coke county, lenneBsee, is in ' K' & FARRIS, M'ild siaie of excitement over a'ri 8:i;( brother. It will not be a battle of T, f CTrescriplio!is fillo I at any hour,day or Eight brothor against brother. It will frightful epidemic which has made Lf 088ean private moinojrs. n r. m. Jac7:son St., opposite Courier Office A liOntl S !mi-us appearand men-- . x..o ui.cmc, jb mighty interesting readiug, but be a battle of ideas, a contest of principles, a battlo of thoughts. Tlic following story is ioUl of Fighting - - -- - RY. JIICKHAN, ho was d d fool to nubiish The interesting fact is brought Fitzgerald, a bean, gambler, IT IS THE SIMPLEST I excopt that the them. I acan't help what anybody resembles mix, WELL selected stock of Saddlw and duelist. After hi victims aro attacked with severe may say, it is my time now to out that there is no insuranco in horseman nml an eld Rcntlt man return IT IS THE STRONGEST Harness. 2?cw work made to ordr. from Ireland, declared THE MOST DURABLE pains in tho head simultaneously speak out and I shall do so tully the United States against earth- his intention of trun Jo cure Fitzgerald l'rompt attention given to quakes. If all the buildings in of his love of dueli.ifj, .1: d 0110 day pr' AND THE BEST. with the pains iu the abdomen. and fearlessly." E II 5i O II E Now York City should bo knock- voke.1 him to a contest. to cope lo The physicians IIh friend It is the only SEWING MACHINE in the Gen. Brady is now on his way to ed down not a dollar of tried in vain to ptfrcinul of any kind. Ho has Jecured tho service not with the disease, arid the 6ick suc- Now York to arrange world that turns cither forward or tho pub- insuranco could be collected. If out. "Leave me alone," him sjiid; to ,'( of that well known and excellent vork-malie cumb to the dreadful diseaso in a lication of this special for still continues to "f backward and volume. Uncle Bob Farris., which of itself i we are to have earthquakes as one settle him. 1 have got tho choice of deaths tew in the pame direction. bhort time. Twenty-sevea guarantee of good and faithful work. Each of our permanent institutions it arms. chooso of as shall lo mounted of Plain, Medium and Fine FURNITURE, at greatlv We are ofTerine all grades have occurred iu throe days. apr24 his own wcajwn, a Tiie contest for-th- e Tennessee will bo in order to establish at each prices. We carrr a full line at all times, 01 Chairs, Rockers, plain and mnrble shall ho marked oaf, and whoever hr.wc You Eee H Before You Bay ! first Wardrobee, Chamber Sets, Mattreses, Spring?, Ac governorship between the Taylor once an Earthquake Insurance ure ?, Bureaus, top Table?, crosses tho lioiuuliiry shidl le declar 'd CoNTKAiiY to.tho general ten- brothers recalls to a writer a fight intelligent investigation pays, thercforo and we guarantee our prices to be the lowest, c Company (Limited). J. F. GRAY. J. C. rAETLOW. vanquished." FitzreniM lehig iufanned are headquarters on or of reports usually given out for the United States Senator-ahi- p wc invite your investigation of our good. U. WEAKN, Agent, of tht-s- strange nrojusals uid not lilce to J. from the scenes of great disaster among tho ikulsberry brothHickman, Ky. rtucUlen's Arnica Salve. an .20 rcnifte, mm conn(i"iu in m-- i .ulruirdilp or calamity, moro recent informa- ers in Delaware yeirs ago. Gove horsomnnshin a,.d skill with all weapon: And Ret your Blaeksmithing and general Cufp, Tho tion from Charleston not only con- and Willard had fought each oth- Bruiees, Best Salve in the world for Fever actvpted. Ho nimeitivd oti th ghmn Repairing done at Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Taxci ! Taxes!! firm a the moro serious first ac- er in the primari l aud the con- Sores, Tet ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Miperhly mounted oa a fbu-- stewl an Wooden and Metallic Burial Cases of anv fum in West J- - IF. enrrying tho largest lino of & COS., All nnrsoil1? who have not paid their counts sent out from that stricken test resulted in a'tie. Then Eli, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, anJ post armed vithnistols. Kentucky. Wc discount all competition ia this line. Repairing and please conic lli mniri- -. . ..! .;..4'. . r ,, .. 'ii. ........,..,, Tennessee or .,i uii.HHii an tao taxes for the present year, will city, but investigation shows that who was the letgt able of the tively cures Tiles, or no jiay required. It ( Corner of Obion and Exchange Struts,) a ! the earthquake was much more three and wfeba( not been is guaranteed to frive perfect satisfaction, otu genueman irottunrp oa a donkey forwardto and save cosi, m um.c, as j. am Job Work specialty. STEPHENS & KAXWKU. a bladder with niakeFcttlcmcnt. XT, M' J pea.i iasiae liniind HICKMAN, or money refunded. TriccSj cents per box. serions than at first supposed. A thought of for Hall. l. C. JUDGE, C.T,C. ... .'l...u. v...j.v Xil ili", iuly21 tSTStorc Rooms under City piaCe, quietly , Mb (!m ..liwl- - n.l .l.i.;,. 1.:. llllilll Good Work atRock-hottoTrices. Onr -- ..ii, very large proportion of tho citjT went to work aii,surprised both For sale by C. A. Holconibs aug20-:i- t motto. is seriously damaged, and tho re- of his brothers 1$ having himself into tho space; off Murfced thu tierv WORK a specialty . and before Fitawald knew placement aud repairs necessary elected. He'lii iici,i on ever There aro S00 voters in Bell conrser.ho was, ho had croas-- ,! ,v' SALOON, JOHN F. GRAY & CO. of these are where county. Two-third- s tha boundeity on its former since. to place tho -- Eighteen Professors and Instructors. LETHE'S y. mar2G-ary and loat the duel. The ridicule Republicans. The grnml jury up footiug will almost create a new and Mechanical, Scientific, ujineBring.Classical, Normal School. The FreRic ?is expected to there retnrnod four hundred in- too much for him, and lie novor "waiit X pfiKASAXT 16ESOSCT. city. Tho wave shocks have not Military Tactics, Commercial anfl Preparatory Courses of Study. LOWER and LOWER. entirely subsided up to this period, return to W ton next week, dictments for taking and giving REER constantly on tap. Ci- COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. - bribes at the August election. All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, & though the peoplo are settling when Mr. liaj rthe only CabiPct a mmi on his huaov to pav afil.Lt Tobacco, of Ihe best brands. Tor Catalogue and other Fall terra begins Sept. 8tU, 1886. as cheap as the cheapest. I will not bt information solicited. this for Republican pnri-tv- ? nml a sainlilar will j as liwiiii3ifl. ' arsand net ofcer iu down to partial confidence that Patronage ity, will tako his How is ., tiALiuKtou, Keutltctj. Address JA31KS K. PATTERS?. Ftt DOT 14 t f JOHN WITTiNO. undersold. any do ly oiso. Ilopkinsville New Era. vacation. he wort" t is past. "4!-- i - O. Deliver). Sept. IP1'?' ' S'iet,;bpr l1-freMamie, ftf-the ""lor. BIUllU4.r jtO M d o2.::x::iih llni A iif-ltl- . r.itt. 5'J.1:.. Ofiitliff s 3 i. I". SrjNZ AT B.OiX. Guerrilla Charga, His Answer vM mi- - - -" ) W 1GCAL IshWB. 9hQ "" . rrrrtt rrr r3553 - .. V. V ri.niMLi:. c. II. POUUI..S. iisectinsr of PLUMMER & DOUGLAS, V iSsEda ""'' ! -- J 1 ii,j, lmi-bnr- s - re-unio- n ex-con- -' i poo-Purcha- se Im-ir.fi- il e, tK -- l.n I . I . !!. ... IP 111 I FJ' i&r4 fS 11 rri. - IJWliY rZ I I ', mMJSSS i-- ' A C "-- Sfr Silt, Jt I ,..! tuo-ih.rd- rur'K ,JJSSS?'5. . ..i,, t N Isf, ,r- r-- V - 7 -- T e !.. 2:r,,,.., ! "'"" N,-w -- ...nt - -.- - I - Vs-riii- j desti-livery- Jre-".'-- is .! . ! - : - v-- nv-or- -- o. ,, rt k, - -- W ex-feder- al i:.,-Gre- at n. hi A M, j D ? h n liit-tic'l- D V O M C!'-- tlJCt3"l Jl h !' SiSS j KINGMAN, i ...: re-unio- n. . ; Hardware, ... K Tinvv'are,1 HPIDISim 0--) .Se.-j'i- re-'an- d sale and livery stable Fakis Parkkk, sd - deciep-parenthetieall- y SSfew'o n '.T'o1' i-- - , i?-- :.i ,"i i- f Family Groceries. I - in-fate- d i - - -- f 3 -- j i e, 1 3e- -- - '.y-i'- m ( T i ""' r.uriin-i!?e.KoIieite- J W. 85 ( j,t- 1 t n-i- -- i h-- t 1 - HERTWECK, BALTZER ,- to-nig- eiri-nntiii- y. tt '.? - ; I5. E. OASE, 5fc0-acr- d3 Fam ; wri-whi- d le mS ?zs 11 bac.-probab- ly Hickinans ISentucky. to-da- g e J. W. COWGILI . "holier-than-thou- Trusses ' . , Imk -- CT .- - f i'"J. -- 1 John - I -.. I PLUpER i. ivh-hrato- 1 A arp-unab- 1 to-nig- ht I n, n Wash-stand- UNDERTAKERS' GOODS, STOP! GRAY m nls y -- -- fr tt enn-yiu- g tlx-i- a v 'tt-..-- .. w-- STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY T-- f It l-- Vi J , " v r - ?& ' , ? . ? '."? .!- -- -- X&LmS j; ' "iM. ' l l?i'.S!.-vft&Zr7? ) s2 ? . 733 i - jgj