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A.X.E BILLS, ENVELOPES, LSTTER-HEADBi S. BILL-HEAD- OVOROE WVAHRBN, Editor. The Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky. INVITATIONS, rKICK OF SITBSCKIPTIOar. svso. CURRENT TOPICS. H1COIAN- - FULTON. COUNTY, ROBBING K KNTUCK Y: EIC, ETO. xjna. SEPTEMBER 24 18S6. VO L. XXI.--TQj- cr&xx Aitxi smn A WIDOW. RIOT OVER A MARRIAGE. IRIAGE. AX0TI! ER CENTEXXIAL. YOUNG GOULD'S THE COMMONWEALTH. A LITTLE REVOLUTION Itascal Win. l'.n Lived Tor Yesn Ilespera,e Am-neased with Itetwern Itiiliuns and Tbo Millionaire' l'ainll. Una Widow's IViision. teaf Tobacco JIarket. "lrl' A Contestant Killed on f tho Ccr- - TheI.ouiiTlIlehas beou singularly inert nnd STrons, Sept- - Nv What was known Governors of tho Original Thirmarket Speaking Through the National AgriIn Which a Few Spanish Soldiora His Choice furtherc 'jWt her Side. Bluggish tor the low and medium grades, as tb Kuodcs pension tria', which has teen Sfcatos Moat in PhilaPmspuisan,;Pl., Sept. 19. --Race hatred Tako Part, .; cultural Association, Gould and which have New Yo::k, Sept. 1- Cthe time of the United States Court constituted the bulk of the delphia. wnstbecausofii riot about one o'clock Idding trip. otlenugs. Rut the most provoking feature hw brtdo are not going in JeTerson City, four days, was concluded this nftenioon between n number of Italian But Which Amounted to CM tie More Than The iurea vrueka was not a sharp decline in prices, as none this morning. Tho jury was out! a .vounir couple twiU. Approve Heartily of tlie I'tforts In Check. . s,, few a 5oare Tor Madrid. minutes and a riie Objoet fs to Arrange lor a ivlelir.i-II- . and Irish residents of tho Fourteenth Ward, retumd liner home. occurred, but rather the dullness and at. r Liiuuuursi, this city. The qur.rrel r suited in the shootverdct of guilty on ing the I.niid Grabbers, And free That each "of in ol tli.. Centrnnliil In l'hllndelpi.i fcjuaa in tho of tho market at the extreme depresalter which UeoTgo wil nine charges in the indictments. The ing of Patrick? Constantino and the fatal on s:,.iiteiuber IT, 188". Care Should He Taken in Select taa usual. sion which had been mainly established case as disclosed bv the evidence,' is Menmn, Sept. 20. A revolution was at- titv and attendtto injury of "Paddy" Rocco, on Italian, whoso I ta very previously. In thoso grades and every tit; as fellows : Thos. Rhodes, lug Congressmen Not Antago-- n farmer, skull was crushed with an nx Tho riot was tempted last evening by a number of tho Theru is no doubt The movl to Pettis County from mui-l-t jileascd to see trV satis-'- - thinj nondescript of either type prices uKlic to Their Interests. Spanish troops quartered in tho city. Tho sequel to nn aUack made ou Joseph d Fun.tnrjj'iiiA, Sept. 17. As a result of a County, many years ago. formed 'way bavo softened somewhat, but at tho close I. voung man h Choice and on Saturday evening. Verannl had uprising was the acquaintance of Mrs. MeDamels, tho movement upon the part of Chief details of there is a steadier feeling, and we can not to the familyij whose husband was killed in war. Rhodes Magistrates of the original States, incurred tho wralh of his neighbors on nnd piacticaily amounted to little more the ceremony are us redcee our quotations for any grade of uii marriage to an Irish woman. than a mutiny. Three hundred soldiow Philadelphia. Sept. ir.. The America! and the widow were married, but when seven Governors thirteen many Coiihhmi-weallh- s her eith-i- typo. All that can be said is that Mnw IJlltU KinKef' of as On his road home he was hei, up against a deserted Agricultural und Dairy Association met tj the latter found out her husband had anmarched in mother on the uteSma! the Liv- met hero y to arrange lor n prices have been nearer the inside limits and .Jerribly beaten. Veriiurd' bodies through,barracks and Much excito-meday in their seventh annual convention it other wife, she refused to live with him. the "town. bg.took of oar quotations. From good medium eroool on Mondftr,'ie: .j Rhodes then implied for, and procured a fitting idtservance of the Centennial claimed no ,yvem ognized among bin , . . this city. Joseph H. Hcall opened the convenprevailed. The insurgents attempted jeiice ax, ,iav j, t uuuw assailants for Mrs. MeDamels, without th John e ml 1'ar.uuiy. Ttw h&iZS, leaf up, Burley tobaccos .have" sold decid- - -TUjfia of the promulgation of the Constisecure. ios.wsioii of the nrsunaK docks fi.. tion with a lonir speech. He stated that the pension knowledge, . . . . . .'. latter's victim drngNjjI nljlt home morejileiC to has drawul th "s .UU. eoiymoreiavorauiy, gooanna line cuusr meeting was called to celebrate tho mo pension ever since, and having ahotln r tution of the Cm ted States. This cent.-nIhan by agSfC5hugry'renlse4iPiially5theirj ts.UOil ve. o Important victory svery won for agriculture Ionian personate her he and his wife nrv w.H occur on September ILfcsJ-jriSJ UraTJ)a1yi,ilei5niuleii acuwsWtJTVer-sington, realTthS'innrrWo m- pBganso ot .net!, good ana line drawing inem e ' ": Endrd's house. On Whicr refused admittamu Teverses: attack. i ami gottogeiner, tuo tho ijuo iuMijavr riJmnttiz-tT"-me lau-- or tfce olooinarsrarinn a making affidavits to the pension voucl mi-Mii g nt.s service. Jav Gould. Mrs, ""freou.uc, ana wrappers nrai at ine possession or UagtEagLsAMvnrrrg:l.of. Virginia ; Uoyd, 'tUcTHoQrs were butst open. The" iollovved Southern railroad. The take action toward retaining and incrcal9?i.Ia tbs manner ho hu lmz2XS&gl ?1'Mhrviand; Sto?k1fcy. Gould, George's two broth j'iomuiw uijju jiricus. i3rK uuu mv Joal troops w ero f h Delaware; Wetinore. a scene.vfIrouuision. 'i he friglit-ene..... . .v. .,., ... tbo uirrJcuItura) luifinuuapi a short inarched Ies of low and medium gnldes fall under ii . Rhode .11 ers. Ldward and Howard, v.uaaBa?"2Bat7'rrncai, um oiu juiiu land; MeDnniel.Geoesfia. and Sbo- Itallauv driven ,11 every liiiw-to- n light theyto the railroad, and nffc.T revoluCongress and th' i laassssssssski completely dislodged the and his tvvo sisters nnd the foregoing report, while good and fine lj- tho jntitders, who numbered tionists, who pard. ot Smith I arolina New ork n rttSeUWTT f?nUaMailil lJfctf'WThrtSj, ra country. -&....UV.V, Burley bv Lieutenant Givernor Jones, about twenty Mrs. Kingdon, the bride's gradcx, have been Paddy" Roero finally General Pav adispersed into the the lighttj .1 w . tt iiur.me purpose or adopting measures to propursuing. During New Jersey bv a committee of the St.uo turned on his pursuer, Mike Dal v. light' ject and advance tobaccos this week bavo been only 25 to SO mother, were the only AWFUL, PLUNGE. Cleveland 4 them. I'residout AN ing b m savagely, when one of the gang ing in the city one of tho edlicers lending legislature, nnd Connecticut bv eighty yeurs eui me lOlloulng-present. Miss King- per cent of the daily offerings. Crop ' bid. nts was shot and killed. Tho struck Rocco on the h al with an axo. tho iii'urg. General Velarde for refusing ltigelow ContiAa Kngliif. nnil Two Car Go Off a Ilrivr- the At Jc-don und her mother quiet- - advices have been favorable, and cutting Sahanac Ixx., Sept. 12. JSSd. His skull wa3 laidOffn. exxisng the brain. rebels shot denental Hotel Governor Pnttison briilgo Into the lissisUppI Itlver. JoEril II. ItEALU Kj:q.. President, etc. The crowd at the large watering places also ' mortally M'i Nl embarked at New i ork is making good progress in borne sections. Tho His injuries are pronounced fatal The to join them. Thoy livered a brief address supof theSd wouuded Colonel Mi rnsol, and killed a Col' has vanished as if by the touch of a magic My Dear Sin Votir letter interview Inst . con- 'Dur.uQUE. Ia . Sept 10. An Illinois Cen- party then divided into of welcome visited prostrate form 01 on Jay y - jrf) Tuesday noon Atnlanta, We quote 1S5 tobaccos as follows, for full plementing our ploasant pairs and covert with onel ot Artillery. Uon their arrival at and Gould's yacht war.d. taining an Invitation to atterd tho Xatlonsl tral freight engine and two plunged the old State' House, dud in the room wheio blood, frightened the rkiters, who lied. A Alcalade U enures the insurgents failed to weight packages: Coin entlon or the American Airrlcultural and off the Dubuquo it Dunlith bridge through th" Declaration of Independence was w shot was lired into the mob, end escorted by .Mr. lieorgo Dorfcnnd Ilram. JlurltH. ttnLAXTHOriST CoilCORAN, of Da ry ASMidation, is received. I should fce tho open Patrick Constantino foil, the ball of a large, arouse the sympathy of the people and George (10CLB. Gould. At Irvington the Trash signed, under a ennopv of the national 1 75 draw this morning. There is but 2 :& 3 51 50 attempted glad to accept the kind invitation tendeied. Sngton, has sent ?j,030 to tho caliber revolver having filtered his bacK. troops, and tlie-- subseimentiy effort they party wan met by Jay Gould him ( oiumon lugs cuU.rs. listened to an address of welcome :! UKt 2 .7) one span from the eastern end to tho draw, 3 75a I 60 and avail iiijs-elto let urn to Madrid, but in this or the opportunity the conMil vor Smith. 'arpenters Hall, the old passing nearly through his IkmIv. and from were foiled, sufferers. Meamm Iuks....- 1 "A 5 25 3 laSt, II 75 tno tent on will aConl to meet the representaeo, s her the line havingbeen cnt by tho self with the family carriage. Alttrack on hall '" Good Iuks the effects of vvbici he died at nine n'elock 77 C 75 tho first t'olnnwl e i z&t, :, w r, tives of an the bridge. loyal troops A skirtm n took plaeo at er the wedding a simple little lunch Common lear right out of n tunMillionaiue "traitors, of Baltimoie, paid un that which the c Sitt 175 ; 4 75 5 HJ met, was then visile!. Letters It is not known who llred the Vicnlvaro. a village ulout tour miles from was spread, and the brido and her farmers and tigriuultursu nel. As usual the engine was were Medium leaf 7 tw 8 ll 5 &.' f. 25 for un orchid in New York, a few of the country hat e in charge The relation pulling hard the Governors of shot, Tho police have Italians under to get its heavy train up tho North rend from New Hampshire and rest, and aro now searching for the rest ar- Madrid. The Rovalixts wound' d a number mother eat down to a Good leaf S 50 IU (12 M 7 60ft days ago. ot tniMnterest to the welfare and prosperity grade when of of Carolina. out of tho tunnel and on tho Mnsachus-Htthe retels, uud took several prisoners. the repast with the groom's family and Selections . ; 110 Ui 11 0tfl5 WJ Is inability to the mob. proper and regretting A slab of marble with fitting record has of ourlandcan- so Intimate thm its In my opinWmppors 12 eU13 2i j! tried to stop the tram. attend, but assuring thetheir 10t02ti ltgltmwtf ons'neer and protection is. Jav Gould, who had been prompt to Kins i Governor that (llbCover-- l the draw open right they wore in sympathy with the moveen put ou Christopher Columbus' house ion, a patriotic duty. This consideration eleThrrw Pepper in His Eyes. her on the Instant that the prvnrher's cereANOTHER SHAKE UP. vates the reponsibility of thofo in aiywtse ahead, but to no purpose, and over it ment. A permanent organization was efMiscellaneous Item. at Savona. mony was over, toasted her health and LAreTETTE, Ijp.,Sept-19- . Late last even- Wgln 1'rcdlrts n Instnisted with our farming industry lieond plunged into twenty feet of water twenty-tv- fected with Geivernor Loe, of Virginin. ns limit Ifcirthtpiafco un happiness and all pioepenty with the husJons Ambeose, thirteen, living near the feet below, with two cars behind it Chin man. and IL L. Carson ns Secretary. ing ns Harry Km.l-ir- n young Tint violins enameled in perfect Imita- duceplane ol mere selBstuics and should inthe UOtli lust.. With 3lot tls;n. Tooth rd bung on the eelge. The band of her rhoire. Happiness vraa linked Owingsville, died from injuries received conservatism and moderation. tion of their prototype, arc a passing fancy made in such a spirit can not fail to jumped before the engine plunge!, fireman A Committee eoni"tiug of the Governors man. was walking leisurely along the trons Ttcaltn in the South. by being thrown from a horse. all n round the tabic. but tho of Pennsylvania. Delaware. Rhode. Island, street, chatting with a friend a young lady for lace pins. exact a Just hiid appreciative responso from tagmeer was carried over. The cab Ottawa, Ont., Sept, '). Prof. Wiggins, I'ntil eeven o'clock those who make and execute our laws. I Marvlf nd nndtleorgia, were appointed to came walking rapidly toward them, ami Tne largest pension ever paid in the The Philadelphia ministers are discussing hope that the detached, and convention ma he productive cn it und escaped w ho somehow floated oil prepaie a pla:i of celebratiein. when directly in front ot them she threw of Ottawa, and W. U. Smith, astronomer the houHe remained Uuitcd States was paid at the U. S. Pension ith slight injuries. the problem of "how to keep th congrega- of the best lts as lose, I and visitors who i to tho agrcultunsts. a handful of cav cane pepper into Smder's of Montreal, have beth preelicted separateOlllco, Louisville, a few days ago, by wtdl as to all the people of emr country; and tion awake." rnrd.s though plans iilnad) made and tngageiiients - Horrible ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION even. Not a word was Hpokeu, and tho ly a terrific st metic distnrbanco for tho handed in their call at Agent Buell, to Marcus D. Richardson, Work of passed on. Snider was hurried 29th inst The destruction will be ronflned were invited to Mme. de LussErs, they say, bathes in a already atreed upon will jirevent my acceptan aged soldier living at Milton. ing j our invitation to be present, I shall bo Bouth Ltov, Mii ii . another time. At that The Primp Mlttlnter nf Ttoauuinln Ilred at away, and his face washed and ee- - ator 30" parallel of latitude, and Its. Eariv this xoorn which cost somethinir . fnrt.v much interested in its fdijects and purpose. morning a for granting tho pension is total blindness, tended to. Thev were severely burned, but onjth ali Southern States from oceanwill hour the family coach Hut Another the Itiilh-t- . ffect to loaded freight train wasthrown thousand francs. not permmientlv l.rjured. "Yours, sincerely. brought on by injury to the eyes received ocean. The earthquake is attributed by again appeared at the Bi . Sept. 17- .- M. Bratiauo. Ron. frap the track, about half a mile from hero, "Grovkk Cleveiad." The snow is so deep among the mountains Wiggins to influence of a conjunction le- - door. Mr. George Gould in the war in 1H1. The pension dates back bya rail having beu removed from tbo tiia'iian Prime Minier, was hot at!nt Tpon discusI vj y tween Jupiter. Saturn. Mare and the earth handed his m Eastern Oregon that teams can not sion on rea?semblinxr there was Saved by a Dog. e to that year, and amount, to $ 11,500. tho oKHimarvarine question. The rack. Fireman Ed Newman was kill.-d- , evening bv an awsas.in. He perceived the travel with safety. Parkeusbi ins. V. Va.. Sept. 19. Harry, and two satellites on that day. The two wifo and her mother Committeeonllesolutions reported as follows, bisbodv Jesse Jones, of Trimble County, visiting terribly mangled. Brake-niu- n man's intention in time to spring oat of satellites consist of the moon and a dark into it. and thecarriago son of Wm. Lapole. a Campbell was fa'allv. ami Engineer the path of his aim. Tne bullet stnick M. n Ax old lady in Brookland, X Y., predicts and tho report was ad pled: relatives near Dupont, Ind., accidentally invisible moon, which Wiggins professes to rolled off to the depot "Whlreas, The agricultural interests and Thomas pavi seuously injure 1. The en- K'diosco. a member of the Chamber of attacked bv a savage bull, near Bouth have discovered. The effects wil bo felt shot himself w bile out gunning, tearing the because there aro so many boy welfare ot this country are the property of gine and fifteen cars were . Mountain. W. Va.. and terribly gorl iar more seriously than those of the recent to catch tho 7:55 train. whole front of his head off. m the country industrious citizens and are or the first im- Trams are ngain passing, the Deputies, and wounded him. The nsnasstn the hark ami side. "While the bov wan ihra n shock, as the forou will be much stronger, George and his bride wreck having been removed. There is no was arrested and locked up. He confensed M. Dovle swam fifteen miles in two frtauce. agricultural legislation, or t Chas. McCracuex, on trial at Carroll-to- n re- - Enmt kingdon. the bull nmde another lunge at hiui. but but tbo disturbance will not take place be- nnd mother-in-lav- r to promote and prote-c- the clew to the for political reasons he intended People for killing Frank the hours and n last May, minutes at New cond'tion of aiir cu turists and shield agri- greatly escited. and lvnohing will aro that M. Biatiano. The weapon used wn-- ato wasprevent-- d frem doing farther in turv fore two o'clock insays, afternoon. It is not returned to the city on the train, and kill unby a dog. who caught it by the none and joss.ble, Wtgg'ns cultural .iiutistries. and prevent theinjurlts to localize exactly drove directly to the residence of Mrs. was acquitted the other night. York tho other day. doubtedly follow tbo captnro of tho pistol. The attempt to assasinate M. and depressing lutluem es ri'sultinsr from the held it until help came and took the torn w ere the shok will lie most felt, but ho Kingdon. in Thirty-eightstreut. I.v a fight at a funeral in Marshall Counhas produced groat excitement and bleeding hoy away. A National marriage anS divorce law inroudsot I mud. is and alM:iMll be desir- wrecters. holds that if anv of the numerous It is rumored that Mr. among the !eople A crowd surrounded "has been suggested as the best weapon to able. Ihoiefore. cities and tow,.s' along tho line of Kingdon were married in Gould and Miss ty, Denips Loftin killed John Wyatt by "llrtohcd. That to maintain and retain what Fight With Mexican Revolutionists. London about the building occupied by the only newsall, affected at disturbance are use against polygamy. A Miser's Fortune. stabbing him seven times with a knife. has been t. th" fanner n the past, n Is? complete. two months auo, and that the ceremony wilt BnowxsviLLE, Tkv. Sept. 10 A pnvato paper here which has been opposing the and to secure w hat nujv be delral'e in the Chicago, Sept. 19. For a number of years the Squirrels and qusil are plentiful in future, this c nventicn. representing S.O!.0,(Xi0 telegram from Santa Maria savs Com- Prime Minister, blamed the ditor for Axthoxt CKCTcnER, a negro, who atWiggins also predicted tho Charlestn ol Tuesday last was performed to avoid tu- - hostile feeling against htm nnd past Cnri Hummel has carried on the bus. Western Pennsylvania this fall, and there lurmers in this country in the interest of mander Vincent? Pena, of and b ays that the disturb- disagreeable uossip nbout an elopement tempted to rape three little school-girltho rovolntion-ar- y smashed all the furniture and fltln g pure legislation, the prosperit.v of the counwill be much stronger. or a forbidden union. Mr. t iness of in this city, but a few ance of the wan in was taken bya mob and bengal near the ., aro quite a number of partridges. army, passed there Tuesday morning. to the eoneeru. savagely attacked day ag- - he disappeared. A search reiilttl The Pacific- sV) will be effected as far London on n pleasure trip Gould try und the welfare or the farmer, urges for nt the time, towers of the High Bridge. After his body Ax Indian runner recently traveled from the bet con:denition of the iHnneis and He says that ou Friday last, wheu he and and nou"dil two members ol the tair and in "the-- iiiniiuz of bis bodv in the old shantv north as r.incmco. In the Northern while Mish Kingdon was ;i member ol peo; le at the country that no man Mauricio Cruz, w ith abont weie pro"eedingto destroy the edifice when where he e the Clip mine to Yuma. Cnfa distance of should be large vttoComm-ssa small leather States nniK'iuiuiia the disturbance will Co Dalv's co'iipanv now performing inthe En- was cut down it w as riddled with bullets. nin, the io!:,v becaiu- - master of tb- - mtunt.ia trunk were lived alone. Inileeds of Chu-arfleeted who by h s past only Ih.rty of w hum found several armed, werw eventy-fivnieteoKKieal nnd will consist of a ter glish metropolis. rEVEK prevails almost as miles, in seveu hours. epiis71ntas;ouistiC record and juesent and tne mob. This morn ng ,i camped fifteen miles s.outli of Camarg, . rific hl'TTiraiif. U iggins maintains that demic in many localities of Louisville, and New corn of good quality is being hauled to the properv of the great industnes of were attacked bv Colonel Uermandez they large crowd was as.sembl d at the (Kjl.re proper! ho are asare worth a fortune to th un-.s hound to come true, and his pied'ci yet unknown. heirs w the country. At.d Ik? it turther wita st;i:on. where tho physicians reported many fatal case?--. THE SOCIALISTS. iu to Des Moines, la., in wagon-lots- , man who attempted to dic;titmce will the others J.Volril, That we. the farmers of the three hundred men and completely root d, asa.-sthat'have and The same disease prevails every year to a i !al Premier Bratinno was during the past half A Ciiiipa!i;n to He sells at twenty-fiv- e I'nited Lites in runrciiiinn iisfnhlpil !nlv losing seven men killed and wouuded. TIim up. thef The Mon. y Stuck to His Fingers. cents per bushel. In Aiueri-- i greater or less pretaird to se re him when the po.icj reco;nIie the earne-- t, effec- - revolutionists were oritur) . drying extent. Some of the docby Kinissiiries Iriim Grrniny. The "White House, during the absence of live laitoror our friends intelligent snrd iccur-in- - their clothing The surprised while are' tak- attem,il"d to take bim to court for arra'gn-uien- t Bei.TtMoisE. Sept 113. Douglas Smith, a in . stm in revolutionists tors claim that it is duo to the use of.-- " and neb ii.iu The authorities had, $I.M clerk in tLe Customa Service in New- y the the President in the Adirondack has 'been A Murderer Lynched. tbeoleoniarhurine bill.Hnd ing refujom Texas. Bridueport, Conn. Sept. 1C Dr. how.-ver-. impure water caused by the use old' that it is the sense of lb- - o.nvention that precamien-taken all York Cttv. win up at th" CentraLj renovated and put iu complote repair. Caiko, Ii l . Sept. 20. Bowman Paxton, Aveling, Fellow of the University 5uch friends are entitled To and deserve the euabU'd to disperse the crowd District Police Station wooden pumps, while others and At th; Czar's Feet. unqualiae-- support of the tanners, Secretary Hatard takes solitary horseand protect the prisoner. with failing to render his accounts foi pyv a drugg st of Maiden. Mo., was banged by College. London, and his wife, Eleanor claim that it is due to climatic iglluence- '.s of party lines or aOiliations. Som, Sept 10- .- Inthe Sobranje a mob of men at one o'clock Marx Avelinc. the vounarest (Lurhter ot back rides after his release from oflica it . lie monev leee veil by bim as an ollhs '.- -That it :s the dutv or the General was resolved, TuatAtlior outline luLrfGrX a wplr he iJHaHHi n 1I.t,V Inst nlf'li? after much opposition, to agent of'the United States His j.o'oii on lthe'Se?yaaaiaawssa! to use all its povrers bv legisladuties, in the early par of the evening. Starving Negro's Fiendish Expedient. njfiaiiDBlES,ruieJ pmnlovetl near uy . ," r itiir 1' 4viJ-rfS?"- . ' . VA J tion and by treatv to remove everv dlser.mi- - send a telegram to the zar MJiilualinjniMi the Postotll-- Dcpnitinent. BgigaTWrtr Bul mil IT- - XV..ile walk. iSlsrw ' T-Uus The Winchester (Mass.) Leader predict iu: through wasin na ion gainst our products, and to extend garians would prav to thesaving: -Alnvgutv o the Piuitic Gulden this afteinom Sylvester ACTSVaittn .frfSwfrf-ri-a:- ii folio winsrsser.i ii volume an early winter because migratory birds iiiearea and That or our productions. n grant hi .TBIffl!lS8Brlh fSfrl fit- - ei.i "llfsiilntL tbo iinineiix. miprwtj - !222Xi2& wfltSu(tii',lJ6,!V0iJifiti MHMBRiaT5!t!Jl TfT'Kii engine used ttTf'u'ctri'r-mt- n wh'ch demanded and wire Sn.nlistie c.iiniinnrti in .monew &fi& convulsions, and on tho litbtho physicians at J. met by the mare going South a month earlier than aZTiCUilUru otnnBulgarint?rpi'nji iI ThR'hon' Ihis thought his recovery doubtful. r, wLen tnc hung him to Tuesdav ture. witlrtho right and pnvilege olaCahl - JrJtS also expressod that frianU.v relations si months old em Id ot tVm. CalUTian lay B Spa'.dmg's nurserv.near Rlverton. given tlie pi iirv .inn ritr. prtv has a German and an American sec- - D. S. Nlxon, a defeated candidate for 'lietvveen Bulgaria and Russia would be re steeping, stnick tle chihl a terrific blow on esicrd.iv and istanfly killled two the limb of ir There are 5Gl,S00 pensioners now on the Mr. HurroiiBhs.rros'Identof theNer.ierft! sumed, and tion. Ilerr Vjlhclm jfK the herd, infl ctmg a fatal wound. Fbtchi r mm "1'anp-Ki ling, the engineer, was that the Czar will detenu ..' ClS.El?v by cit:z ns. and rolls, 'and the Government has paid on that ?tate Iionrvl of Ajrriculture.oireredtAeroll i.t .1 iiiciu- j iler of Bath County, sued A L. Wright 1. IjU .1 in their iwpirations for union and was imme.liat- h Shot In the Dark by a Rival. jr-ri-S burled 1JO leet i.uay. and l'nti'ck Keliv, mg. wnicn vn adopted: he givw the claim thm the other victim, was picked up fort leet near tl,CCO,000,C00 sinco the closu theon.y account ol the Keiftistag for damages m the sum of $20,000 for al'l Un-- " J"0 indejiendence. hVWred. That we hereby 20 -- C S Haves of n?v I.ivickk Cvi Sept h" was starving, and wanted to be arrested from the spot. of the war. leged libelous words spoken of the plainand one ol tltl leadCi?rcss of the luitc-- Mattv' lO v eCt " the Ttavrr ThIih-js- , Traver, Cil , to as to ge something to eat. t Mriff Inn-t-f thnraiimlrfdS country bv- IuC f0 r h, ers ed the Plan. Mining on the tiff during his canvass, which words, he alim- ivj A cheat scarcity of small bills is re- njrricultural industries - he while cbattin,-- with his betrothed, Ki led While Hunting. St rrn bs, v party in Geminny, leged, caused his defeat. The jury, after Hustsville, Mo., Sep . 10. Mino No. 8, ported. Ones and twos have become a posing such dutIOfo.',ue cereal anddany the bouse of Dr. Lovc'ace, Lulu Smith, w ill speak in various Seizure or the Pearl Ne'son. u of Dalkeith was shot and in several days' hearing of tho case, returned product as to cixtan," " instantly killed last night by Lfrov. Sept Hi. Te Karl .rlul' largest iu this vicinity, after being idle Tarity, and the demand for fives is greater eitrncomM;ltWi.lncs,l,ri?u.V'l the parts ed the United a verdict for the defendant some unknown person, who iu the darkOrTw. v., cVpt. 17. Inquiry at tho m accidentally shot wbiie reopened following more than five months, has just than the supply. I The coiiiii-1''- ''' - znr. States durini the fl , Customs DepartmeT.ttdiowxthat tu- fi.bins iu Achnacarry Fjrest; ne was running ness manured to escape- Tb shot was plan. The which were adopted: TnE Green River Colored Fair Associa-The settlers on the Wsaatchie river, addItIonaf,,"','t'on' the injury done to the on the tho use of the company's miuers ero se'hooner next three mbnths. wa twiad at I'r.nee-towbill, when lw slipped and fell. fired through a street wire screen door, machinery Nelson In view of down a steep "i'Mofe-dto have jsak Columbia, October 6 Washington Territory, have been raising tion will hold a fair nt which Hnes wa sitting. A. Lecover, and tho Industry of the country by the and to pav iho latter a royalty of one cent 10 ine AiiMru-ator having landed twelve men during Tho rile in his hand cxulewied. an hour near was jea:ous of Haves' attention to i who of 10 cr cent, ad valorem duty in,i par bushel, retaining for" division among the nigh . Tue master of tb vessel vW' section Dr. and Mrs. and 7. sugar cane this season, and a mill has been ball entered his iliest Ho died t!37.-j0jsorf. theelfcct has been a depression of . Miss Smith, has been arrested tin suspicion. remainder of tho profits. Aveling will give secured to grind it. the next emy, but not before tbo later. DiLLEnTnoMrsoN has been nppointeda-Win this product, and thatiudustry is no themselves tne Powtoni officer wan on lioard and had with the ganger inthe Fifth Kentucky District, and , remunerative; therefore, The chestnut-bel- ! is despised by the min- lomrcr The Redskins in Florida. Collapse ofa Chlcrjo Warehouse. A evertb.ng se.zud. It is understood that special view of re- Samuel J. Harlan.a storekeeper and guager "liet'Artd, Tliat attention of strel When he hears it tinkle he Congre-- s is hereby the earnest this imWW as deposited as a fine but as j ft th-- ' directed by Jacksonville. Fla., Sept. 19. The band cruiting their'mim Cuicaoo. Kept. 20. The IxntAXAroLis, Ixn., Sept. lf. Destrucuo acuou ot 8SJ "Warm Springs and Chiricahua Inbecomes as funny as a funeral in a syow-- . in the same district Deparunont nave lAKen thelrrsenactment of the duty charged porters' warehouse of J. Wallace Wakem UKHR LtEBKNEfHT. hers Irom the many is reported from Cnstuui 15SI Is recommended as a just tion by windstorm previons to storm. in the matter. papooses, from & Co.. situated near the North Clark strwt labor organizations of America.; The dians, bucks, squav.sand Awctant R- - D. Williams lias paid off protection to the agricultural pursuit of Illinois, Indiana and Southeastern Michi-caarrived here to- crossing of the Northeastern tailway trae-k- , Mrs. A. T. Stewart carries a uniqueor-ticl- o wool growing. Han Carlo t ngitntors believe that many the Lexington Artillery Company for their the In the vicinity of Tolono, 111., ......, night. An advance party which arrivetl collapsed early this morn.ng. The interior workmen, members of these orgrttitza- - services in Rowan County last spring. Tho El Csyoe R ported Kil'e'i. . ltesolved. That tho policy of President " TT. a at Saratoga this summer in the shape was very severs, tvi. T. to xuiiu unnit-Tho and Mr. Lamar, Secretary of the Tex., tiept. 17. A special Thursday brought news of deaths of those is a total wreck, to al app. arances.great, tious. are in prtnciple, if not ivow- - amount due tho company was nearly three of a card case, with a small watch ia tha Clevelandthrough Land Coiiimisioner Sparks. tornauo wind blew a hurricane for a quar Gia grief damage to stor go. which mut be Ind.. the Interior, - from Laredo, Texas, says a at Fort Mai ion. causing n howl SorisU-stsj- . I hey hope to induce sucu center of the outside. and lrrcventm? ter of an hour. Numerous largo buildings to "the .Vein cheekimr and tho death dance. has n, t vet been estimated. The contents edlv. to onenlv avow their socialism,: aud, thousand dollars. preservmen soliation upon our public lands andchildren, vero unroofed. telegram has been received here statint),0U). were valut d at over Sb Hiram Southward, of Fairfax, Vt,, ha ing them ns an Inheritance to our The following Kentuckians were granted while bv no means neglecting the objects that the famous rebd chief Kl Coyote, with Fatal Ra Iroad Ace dent. a curiosity iu a chicken with twelve toes, meets the approbation and hearty approval pensions the other day: Robert Clifford, A Woman Dashed to Death. for whicU tho Knights, of Labor, the Uoriba; Wm. J- Childers, Campton; James his Lieutenant, Manuel, Vedn nnd Penn, A Triple Drowning Accident. mis convention. Lebanon. Pa., Sept. 19.- -I" a collision beand he has a squash which riieasures sir otMr. Sejniour, of New York, offered the folUnion' 20,-- By Erie, Pa., Sept 10. Mrs. Mary Godfrey, and six followers, were kiil din nn engage- tween two trains at midnight, at Hebron, capsizing Trudi 1'nions, the Central Laborregard AlnuU, New Liberty; Joda Perkins. the N. Y., Sept. feet in circumference. Colonel lowing, w Inch vvn adopted: Arnold ofUtio. boat on the lake ut Cazenovia to- and kindred orsranizntions work, to ' Rufus Godfrey, a wealthy fanner ment with National troops under Katie Thomas J. Taylor, Williamsburg; a row "Whereas. Tho un?ett!-- condition of labor wife of Township, left her husband's sido Vaidez. near Santa Peiningo lanelie. a Misses fatally Stino and Maggie Ligbt, counthese as linly the means to nn end. That It is so dry in the injured, aud Daniel of Girard in this country iillccts the agricultural intershort distance from Inmpasas. Mexico, were Ihma'n and MissMary Schaefer very night three men were drowned. Tho end, from the point of view of the Social Henry Scott Funbush; Win. AVillis, Locust try in New Mexico that hunters arry est", therefore be it John at swam ashore. Tbo drowned wero last night, and this morning . was foundun- yesterday. seriously hurt, and aro in a critical con- fourth Howe, captain of the steamer l.ako ists, bhould be the entire emancipation ot Branch. Tho "Kniuvd.'Ihat this conventionsympathl7.es Bridge near-bywater out in jugs for the dogs and pans for the Nickel-PlatFiske honorwith the workmen In all lawful and dition. labor in nil lands irom the domination ol Tun Washington CWfic tells the follow the dogs to drink out of. fortunate woman had thrown herself over View; William Tuttle, engineer, and PatRussian Harvest. able efforts to better their condition " capital. the precipice, a distance of 150 feet, and n laborer. ing story on a Kentucky Congressman: rick Hays Adjourned till Body Broken. 17. llie offleial has frequently been stated, and never Sept. Evry Bone in His It St. u vsh dashed to death. "Last Sunday Congressman McCreary, of Philadelphia. Sept. ifi. At Buck, of CHOLERA INCREASING. denied, that domestic service is jvoorer and Omih, Nrn., Sept. estimates of tho Russian harvest show that Charleston Won't Quiet Down. a series of resolutions were passed, Kentucky, was crossing tho Kontucky river more expensive in the United States than again stating the peculiar fitness in appealExpediting Mail Collection. ot winter wheat the yield will be iO,tKl tho cattle titm of Clark At Buck, of GreenChvulistox, S. C, Sept. 30. Two slight It Is Spreading Through Austria Iteturnt nt Boonesboro. on his way to Lexington, in any country in the world. ing to Conprcs- - for such legislation a- - will at wood, this State, was fatally gored by a. shocks were foit here York. Sept, 1C A company headed bushels, a falling off of fully fifty Kew from .I.ipitn and Corea. 0110 about :3d and when tho ferryboat reached the shore protect them from the necessity of comleast He was terribly 3 cur; the spring wheat crop from vicious bull The Comptroller of the Currency has im- peting with food products which aro fraudu- by Roscoo Conklin. Isaac II. IJailoy, Peter shows last increase of nbout forty per c ut. mangled, not"yesterday. bono being loft in p. i.. and another about fonr o'clock. London, Sept 1C. Cholera is gaining it swung awa just as ho was driving off, u . n whole o Townsond Ilailey and others, with a capiposed Hues of $100 each upon five national lently manufactured und sold to the d bunhels. wuilo rvo also shovn his body. One of the animal's horns was Both shocks wero slight, but stilt percept-iblor iLVm in Austria. It is worst at Lie, iv nnd Congressman, horse and buggy went of the people; of the morals and 0J0. has been organized ovc-amid the noise and rumbling of ground Cst.banks which hare regularly been slow iu expressing gratification health passagu of tho tal stock of i 500of convoying the mails 1 siisrht increase. The oat-- s crop ISliarley- 11111 through his nick. s down into the stream. Tho men on tho tit the village near Agrnm. Of the 1100 purpose nnd passing vehicles. the street soon took forwarding monthly reports. "oleomargarine bill." and tendering thanks- for the different parts of the city to tho ,,,.t.wl nt fVXKsKUKI onsbels and tne the fn.l of the vi'lage ninety have been ferry rushed to tho rescue nnd from the up to Itepresentaand Senators the Belligprer.t Btlfast. by means of pnouiuatic crop at ii.CHXJ.tWO, both being general twenty eight of them died al the entire rig in out of tho wet and tho on the Same Track. A Rhinebeck man is engaged in a des to slneken and Couldn't Pass average. tives the President of tho United beferryman a riot, excited nnd Loxnox, Sept. l'J.- -In perate effort to prove that the sea serpenl States and the press of the coun- tubes. most innnediittly. The people distrust trembling St. Lticis, Sept. 20. Two ft eight train passenger populace in this city, dripping try for their support of the measure, pledghis tween the police and seen in the Hudson by large and excited ing Slight Increase in Bus nes Failurps. Texas Divis- the doetors and conceal the sick as long grabbed themselves to use all honomblo means to The Maine Election. woman and a man vveie shot and killed on the Missouri, Kansas and you hurt Governor; mo Vou crowds was nothing but a big log. to Congress of tho Senthe New York. Sept 1". The business, fail- and several wounil.il. Two serious riots ion of the Missouri Pacific collided on n ns possible. Doctors' are frequently stoned 'Are "Oh, Oilieial elcctioa ACOCSTA, Me.. Sept. 10 One of tho In rcfeired to. ators and Hepresentutives throughout tho country dur- occurred at Li vet pool between Orangemen curve near St. Uavtoii, Mo. 110 of which in the streets. were one house a mother and hurtl' he asked over aud over again. Sax Fraxcisco papers are ndTertislng a "recognizing them to be friends of the peo- returns from 4?3 towns uro as follows: ures occurring found hall naked on the no,' said the Governor with a soothing with her daughter for tha and Nationalists. Many of tho noteis trains was loaded loss cattle. at ?CO,000. rat and squirrel poison that is sa.d to bavo ple, anil opposi-- to the encropcliments nf Rodvvell (Rep.), for Governor. CS.115; Ed- ing the last seven days number .13, is placed were killed. Tho bare floor, writhing in the agonv of deatlu smile; 'not a particle-- ldon't thinka drop or a were arrested. necessity the excellent qualities of killing the ani- capitalized fraud." rccognizin-- r tho the bill so wards (Dem.), 54,701; Clark (Prohibition-ist- l. United States 132 and for Canada and in another room lay tho body of the' of water got into my mouth.' Thank legislation to perfect ot additional total of lr5. as compared with a total of 3.SJ9; scattering. 1W. Bodvveli's plu mal, drying up its insides, and tanning the that its provisions may apply to the keepers An Italian Celebration Cottaqts Desiroyed. father, upon which bad been thrown tho goodness' exe'aimed tho ferryman as he 17S last week and 11K) tho week previous to Ida. of hotels and boarding houses, and to those rality, 13,351; majority, 0,49i. dozen Rbapino, Pa.. Sept. Rome, Sept. 20. The 10th anniversary of corpse of a son. Tho villagers are too reached him it black bottle." It will not ' tbo Inst. The casualties in the t'aomj who eninlov and board Ainre numbers of States nnd 111 Canada are still above thj cottages were destroyed by an incendiary the entry of tho Itnlinn troop into Romo iriirlitened to help one another. The Smith family of New Jersey, held men: urging Congress to consider thomea"-- u Governor Mc- -, . Deaf Mute Killed by Cars. hours) ending at spoil the jol.eto state that During the twenty-fou- r average in number; in other sections ot fire ni Johanna Heights Methodist t wuu uuumuu recommending that States which huvo was ceieurateu in their annual reunion at the headwaters of re and Creary is a practical temperance man, and Grounds, near this city. the salo of oleomargarine to Kaskakee, III., Sept. 10. David Uoycc, the country they are light pomp and ceremony, owing to the iecent midnight Tuesday there were 10 new cases does not tamper with black bottles at any the Raritan river recently. There were laws relating to the association. with und G deaths at Trieste and G new cases and dumb, was run over by cars here attitude of the Pope. calling deaf morning and iustantly killed. 3,000 Smiths including C79 plain John Alter adopting another resolution A Farmer'3 Crime. and 2 deaths at IVsth. Turkey has es time. Horrible Suicide. upon tho fanners or the United Stales to Join this j ' Smiths present. , tablished a live days quarantine against Slock Train Wrecked. Afteii a short session the Louisville' agricultural and dairy societies, or. If there P. Wager, IlrTCiti.N-sosKvx., Sept 17. Jninei N. Y., Sepu Trot, In the U. S. Burned. Largest Kkt West, Fla,, has a candidate for were none in their neighborhood, to organize his w ifo Sept 20. A train of thirty all irrivals from Da'nube' ports becausa of Presbytery adjourned until the secoudTues-da- y . "V Milwaukee, iu here, drovo nn old soldier, was found Sept. 10. A speclnl dispatch Heihir, with his throat cut and his head a farmer living nanr siayor who stands only twenty inches them, the Convention took a recess. the Comin November. The trial of the Con- lien cars of stock jumped the track at Black the existence of cholera at BudaPesth. from tho house. his bed When the Convention reassembled and mother-in-laand a half mittee on resolutions submitted a resolution, high and weighs twenty-eig"Wis., nays: Tho ChippeSvn Francisco. Oil., Sept. 10. Japan verse Brothers, publishers of the Chritian( v.reek. from Eau Claire, nearly haggled off. He lived alone, and is thev returned it was found that Wager bad River Falls, Wis., making a fearful cholpounds. He is Generabla Abe Sawyer, not which was adopted, stating that tho associawa Lumber and Boom Company's supposed to have committM suicide by cut'the throat of his daughter, aged threo Twenty head of cattlo were killetl. Tho fid vie e Fay that the total numlier of Observer, charged with the violation of tho. j not confine Itself to the enactment at Chippewa Falls, the largest m tho counmuch more than half as large as the famous tion did He had ptob-abl- vears, from ear to ear. After. a struggle-th- train crew escaped sorious injury. era case.s since its first appearance this Xinth Commandment, will tlen be re-- , Using an old butcher-knifand enforcement of laws against fraudulent ended year is 30,000, of which U7.000 Tom Thumb. by been dead several dnvs. Cause madman was secured and committed dairy products, but desired a revision of the try, wasgtruckand- lightning at two o'clock humed. The prosecution bad not finished completely destroved. 11. fatally. The Czar's Cho ce. prevent the public lands from thismornlmr to jail. There died at BtMaryJs hospital, De- land laws tothe tho hands of corporate bodies : Loss, $250,000; partially insured, its testimony. , is still raging at Seoul. The cholera St. PETEKsntno, Sept 20. It is stated troit, recently,- - from Jp juries, Isadora falling into adulterations, and for a revision Paying Ale'x.'s Drills. .5S.GU0 against food Ot.ly $87,000 Shart. tbnt the Cznr now wishes the Prince of Corea. In July there were 250,000. fatal corpse of a negro woman came sudThe Myers, a man who has breathed through a ot the tariff and the regulation of foreign "At, of Another Defaulier. of a SonA. Sept. 17. The Sobrnuj'J has voted to life at Lexington, kicked off tha , Foiitlvvh, Me-- . Kelt 19. Win. E. Gould Montenegro to take tho Bulgarian throno. cases out 5.000population tracheotomy tube for the past seven years. immigration.to urge Congress to adopt a uni and at Torai G.000 deaths denly lid that was being screw ed down, and Sept. 10. Marshal A, a grant of .sjOO.O'iO to pjrchn.se nil of Priuivj Shinshu FneNClsCO, 8an A motion coffin of the First National Bank of Portcashier The tube was placed just below his "Adam's form standard of weights and measures was Bates, in one month aro reported, Mayor Smith Impeached. this city, cashier of the City of Alexander'., property in Bulgaria, retaina defaulter discovered predicted the end of tho world September' apple." When he spoke he was obliged to carried. Ilcsolutlons were adopt til thanking Londonof Insurance Company (limited), ing from the whole sum 51S5.000 with which land has been believe thatto be loss to tho tho Philadelphia, Sept. ft). At a meeting Firo he has 29, with the sun and moon dancing a hoe'the tube in order to President Cleveland for tho interest as Gov- of London, and the National and Marino to liquidate tho Prince's indebtedness to The directors exceed place his finger orer Mayor ' of the citv council this evening 41) 33. always taken In agriculture, both bank wilt not Anotlier lJond C.tll Iuett over the wreck. down get breath to produce sound. Insurance Company of New Zealand, has the National bank. ernor and President, after which the convenSmith was" impeached by a vote of to Washington, Sept 10. The Acting bee named Versell adjourned siuo di. For weeks two merchants defaulted to tho'amouut of $20,000. Ned Bcxtlixk Ojce wrote a book of 610 tion at Severe Shock at Summerville. The New Labor Party in St Lou:s. It is related that recently General retarv of thcTreasury lateyesterday threo" and Prench have been quarreling- the ,( man, or woman scarcely sleeping A handsome pages in ' Three Men Hurt at a Crossing. Charleston, S. C, Sept l'J. Reliablo O. O. Howard had occasion to inspect TTnzard. tho seat of Perry Couuty, in issued a call for $15,000,000 St. Loris. Sent 17. The Centrul Comor eating in that time. It is no wonder either, who elocd nothing:, but lives Each man has a mittee of thi United Labor Party, coin advices from Summervillo are of an alarmCmsTEH, Pa.i Sept. 10. A carnuge conthe Indian reservation on the Klom-out- per rent bonds. Tho treasury officials are eastern part of the State. with Winchester grows ilabby, that he could earn f60,000 in a year; but it well or pi.sed of uiembei-- of the Knigiits of Lattor, ing nature. The shock of tho morning of following, armed previlargo Lewis, Joseph Mullen aud a and on his way up electrified the well satisfied with the resultu of the is a wonder that he lived to be sixty-thre- e and all the line lines of the features taining Wm. Carpenter was struck by the Central Labor Union nnd tho Ti ado the 17th was more severe than supposed. rifles. The first fight occurred a few days named years of age. the hard thinker has an man" at Kerlin street crossing last night, Assenib y, has issued a call for a convena Brown's Hotel, a large wooden structure, ungodly but kindly "disposed teamsters ous voluntary call, although barely are lost; but One man was killed and three train tion to be held on October 7, to nomnile on ltspillnrs several and packers with a series of grand old was redeemed under it and have since. at side. The and Lewis was killed and tho other two so full city ticket Accompanying tin call is was lifted and moved north. The hotel is livtnns, from "Ninety and Nine" to JIr. Bergh, the great horse protector, in admirable wiulntor alwaysrepair,work, "badly the fiscal fatally wounded on theofFrench the indefinitely. During inches further to and Injured that their lives aro despaired a declaration of principles. the place renders answer to a charge that he hates children, keeping his line lines in feet "'Pull for the Shore,'11 all sung in Uio extended it June 30. 18Si, the Secretary mountainous situation Jong and forty-twsix hundred fe t also threw down several of. vear ended replies that he loves good little ones, but constantly going over his face to imwide. The shock richest tones of his rich baritone voice. of the Treasury called 50,000,000 ol details impossible. aged about forty-fiv- e United Cholera in Italy. bunch of tin cans prove the original design. chimn.ys- for the boy who rattles a additional Joseto Tolle Krs.Parnell Sails for Europe. The ears of the packers were amazed. bonds. Thus far in the current fiscal year ReME. Sept. 17. There were six deith? along the piazza of a summer hotel from Presbyterian' riding on tho front platform ' New YonK, Sept. 10. Mrs. Parnell sailed from cholera during the twenty-fou- r The songs they had been accustomed 552,000.000 have been called and $1,000,-00- 0 yenrs, whilecar at Maysville, fell off, the Ik.ius Tornado at Joliet. midnight he has an aversion auarise till The redeemed by voluntary surrender. of a street Tho address of a certain young tho White Star steamer Celtic to hearing were on entirely different in laranto, anil sixl"en 'too broad, deep, high and generally pro- - man having bcii) declined by a young for Europe. She will lie about a tnoniu ending yesterday tho otuer infected wheel passing over his head fracturing hit ith sixteen to subjects, and would bo tolerated in no The amount of three per cents outstandnew puses In all Joliet, Ill, Sept. VI. to be adequately described in any buildings demolished by the ior- - well regulated orthodox church. call is $01,133,100. greater part of thirty-sovefound now twentv skull. Death resulted almost instantly. , spend ing and subject to of lady lie paid court to lmr sister. "How away, and willher sou thehis country homo cases andItaly there were nado,"not a single person was fatally hurt has been appointed coal at known language. W. tifteen deaths. that time with luucli you ro.semt)le your sister," said near Dublin Jleralii. ' oil inspector of Fayette Countj, Ticewr.it--J. AJBurrALO man who was ia the habit of ho on the evening of the first call. is The Corn Crop of the Country. A Double Tragedy. Ke Acknowledges H;s Shortage. O'Mahoney, removed. 1 jotting down his every day action in his "You have the same hair, and the same A Successful Experiment. A Chinese laundryman at Geneva, Cincinnati. Sept. 10. The Price CurIP. Wm. II. Hubbell, a tha St. Loris, Mo.. Sept 17. Superintendfinds bis wife suing for divorce forehead, and tho same eyes" Nnw Yokk, Sept ? diary, now residenco ent Baker, of tho Western Union "And report shows that tha CoLtTMncs, 0., Sept- citizens a rent's Kear Manchester, Clay County, in Brooklyn man, returned from his business N. Y.. gave the aad the diary the endeace against mm. of th State, the othe D. E. Sullivan, 011 North High street, the same noes," she added, quickly. He of received a letter treat on the evening of the 5th of July aggregate estimate for this year Is mountain district B. P. White was shot p" m. Ho found his house locked up. o did not A hotel clerk at Corsica, Pa., is a the fire in the F. II. Brown, defaulting manager, at 5 MilUUUU has stopped calling at that house. as was desired, and Mary from Windsor, Out Brown acknowledges Alarmed at this ho forced an entrance, lie by showing the manner in which they 1,580)00,000 bushels, or 350.OCO.000 ornnini!' burn as rapidly fellow, and when a blind preacher G'iriitian at Work. nn unknown person , wife Annie, thirty five years tired crackers in his country every bushels less than the official returns for twice from ambush by to empty gasoline in dated McEmany undertook his shortage, but does not explain how or found that his came to his hotel, showed him evHe was a cousin ol. I receatly and instantly killed. New Year's. He had imported forty the store to hasten operations. It did so. had drowned her little nor state its tho ery attention, going so far as to carry a and then hanged her- thousand crackers from China, and last year. Tho average yield lor the tho Hon. John D. White, the former noted The Albany Argus says that the Thn explosion which followed burned tuo why he took Bakermonev the manager's old, thinks Esther in a bath-tub- . amoutit Mr. per acre, door. The husband country is twenty ono bushels fcuaav to his room when escortiug him to chestnut crop this autumn promises to girl so badlv that recovery is doubtful. A bond for ? 10,000 will cover tho amount self to the Kentucky Congressman, but unlike his f grief- - He says his wifo making ttrings of a score or more as only one w and twenty-tdmight "see to undress." son of Mr. Sullivan, through whoso efforts misappropriated. bed,,that be against is frantic with symptoms be the largest ever known. What! aro cousin, was a Democrat the bunches, suspended them from poles of insanity. never showed any - Sh physicians who embalmed the body there more funny papers to be started? the girl'g. life was saved, was also badly last year. The Illinois crop is 81,000,-00- 0 tho family. No cluo has been obtained te , extending into the roadway, and thus burned. Washington, Sept 17. Tho plans and C'Ke4erOB, a prominent resident of JSoston Post. bushels less than last year; Indiana, the perpetrator of the murder. kept up an uninterrupted series of specifications for tho mswcriiis-r- s and gunA Druggist's Mistake. Gi.OOO.OOO less; 'ioche, shot ia Butte, Mont., by Moore, Out the Gas. 9.000.000 , Blew wanted in Evansville. Ind., "pop, pop," for over an hour, to tho Wisconsin, less; Iowa, lees; Miclugnn, i, gunboat, whose boats, including the Tho -- More than two per cent, of all W. the Jiecerered that his heart was literally torn Anieuon, Ind., Sept. NewYonK. Sept lO. Two Ru.wan Jew, plans were changed by order of tho Socre-ir-v wan arrested in Hopkins-rillunbounded delight of the gamins and 000,000 10,000,000 irivateB in the Russian array wore d and .Hinntnota, 2,00Q,OQC for murder, a druggist, of this place, took a "" occu PvIdr a baaement ot a ew j oik ion e ia pisses byte buehehet. Jfotwltkstand of the Navy, are now completed end Brown, belladonna; supposing it dandoliua the entertainment of several hundred tew day ago. UlRtlt OU by last year. men fehrvn?. hlmrnnt.th Cilll twwvfsr? ttel morei f.,4 Um ,rleiaet tr.li nt infioitlf tl hid. dose of talksilwwlh dtizcoi.--Buffal- o Ezvrtt. ana It In dytag condition. condi. ...,!. xtrsct, Amon thtoffasje wart Ut thousand retirlaf,"an(i were found in a dylnj es58TLVANit's.votato crop is rotting. Pall nullinery is to be gay with old gold mud bright scarlet. Next Jersey cranlierry crop is one of the largest over known. The Hessian fly has greatly damaged tho English wheat crop. Tun colleges were never so full, as a rule, as they will be th s year. A WLoiiEi. man of Mount Pulaski, 111., is turning white by degmes. A GEonciAoratorcojnjwnHl his candidate ""to "a cyclone with spnn on." The war . ith Guronimo Ij over, and that is oathis way to Florida. It is proposed to siuk an artesian well in ch township in Bruce County, Dak. TnE Mississippi river has not been lower an year than it ha been this summer. Mns. Makk house in Great Mass., will cost nearly 1,000,000. Ckateii Lake, in Southern Oregon, Is ever deer--, the deepestm Amaw a i cut-thro- FARMERS, An jfecd fJ id I : ! Jy T m V- -,, flab-hine- ss ', Seol-lor- d j Ver-nar- fiu-tor- KS r at to-dn- nt . anni-versa- rv - l'Y'itVf"2ai?ieyjliiule' - itf . ij:5S"a 1 4 -- ... . 1- Hoi-kin- pas-as- , " Bar--tngto- "' d 1 &ZX??l?Si"X mtfTil'Ua-- '- ? MV, -- jwr-Ron- .s ; J Rtx-eo- . 1.: L lle-i- eg Wash-Charlesto- n 1 f 1 wb-re- in mi-gre- ss ft t. s 1) - e . well-know- n n-u- 1 -- Train-Wrecker- s. Jlfek Peu-sio- n nr Thee-nus- e S-p- i:ee-ivo- -. hkit. ueuly-mad- U-in-g seven-year-ol- d wr ba-.bie- -s completed-wrecked- 111 train-wrecker- forty-seve- Will-nm- Brn-t'an- o h -- ii-un- deve-tatio- ?, g - fifty-fiv- . e wi-r- o o Tii-hoi- a-- wh-c- . th-.- - e bn-ke- I lu.tu-iir;vte- or 1 - Ed-wur- tl y wi-i- v d to-da- v. half-decaye- d -- to-da- y "lia-iilrcd- i 1 c- iry-live Gove-rnmc- jiyrwi-vui.ugv- rn Hiri. S-- pt. lIutatUlilialH-ocWBToUAicrtru- !' twp .-. Zs&&& fifews'hlCjrervr -. ' U'oaSWaWalBgrJ - - . 11 iui-gana- v C - iKllt-rni, - '"- fr r - - Sa-iulis- t- -- . '"" I stag-huntin- g - - - P--- n lit 1 4. T- .- -- P isjc mi,-fio:- mwm . n Wind-Stor- end-ma- n. conven-tion.nn- d four-&tor- y Ting-a-lin- to-da- y n. '4 n " Soe-iahf- $ Z I - - He-gir- a; prairie-chicke- n e PrTEU-inriui- . 's fes-5io- n lO.-F- rank p-- r to-da- 1 tri-ine- nt (. o iiihab-lt.'int- po5t-ofii- ce to-da- 11 -- Camp-Meetin- g outn - amp-meeti- ng li-T- to-na- y . 19,-D- eMer Saw-M;- ll to-dn- y L, ht saw-mi- ll e. y un-kno- - y - altar-noon- - sixty-twobour- s, 1 h, 11 . o ( " ilis-tric- ts - ii Chi-cai- jo m Attho Telegrap- stav-at-ho- corn-cro- p V h-Company, to-da- y kind-fcteart- ed to-da- eook-stov- ld bath-roo- x one-ha- lt bTO-to- n li).-G- arrett JLv-set- - puu-she- -- court-tnarti- al at lu, fthbcriM. tlOHtkTi-BcrBil'- f- dn -- 3- r. -- 'V.v .rs& 2 T&f, V: f. I V 1 .Si, ' illb ESK7CT1 &5T U.-- - & ,' ;.r -- TK v f "V ra2r. w W i. E . . "fc. Wl JVl ..lt- -l '.Kii -- r p i 8 4 V-- And when he would be benevolent and when you cripple this body, which Is TALMAGE'S SERMON. GETTING EVEN. HE DISCRIMINATES. merely the animal on which the soul give fifty dollars, she critici-o- , him for rides, vou may sometimes defeat the soul. giving fifty cents. I must do justice, and The Chinese raying Us Hack for Outrages Know When lie I on Their Countrymen In Wyoming.. Xh Colored Man publicly thank God thai I never proposed Yet, how many suffer from this physiA Discourse on "The DisadvanJustly Treateit and When lie It IScIng American Missionaries Attacked by e cal taking off! Good cheer, niy brother! ntnome to give anything for any cause of Cscil a w Tool Another Proposed "Kitages "of Some People." Mi.Us, Koubed of Their l'ossensluug humanity or religio't but the other pirt-ne- r God will make it up to you somehow. nd us." nr.il llrh.-- from Tlielr IIiiiiin. in tho domestic firm npproed it. And The grace, the sympathy ot G(l wiu be Leaders of the Republican party nevWashington. Sept. lb. Minister Denbv, Thr Dead Wright of Unfortunate Names more to you than any thing you have lost. when it seemed beyond m nbilitv and at Pekin, has reported to the Secretary of er forget the nej;ro, wherever his vote The 'Strength of Weakness Suirires- If God allows part of yourresources to bo faith in God was necessarv, she had ttasj for Morally anil Tin steal- of the fnith. But I know .neu fctute two cased of recent outrage perpe- is to bo had. Tho individual choice of cut off in one place, He wili add it on who, when they contribute to charitable trated by the Chinese upon Americans. the colored voter passes for nothing if somewhere else. As Augustus, the Emlj Handicapped Men. objects, nre nfraid that tho wife shall find Uev. A. A. I'ulton and wife and Miss Marv he does not vote the Republican tickeL peror, took off a day Irom February, the shortest month in the year, nnd it out. What n withering cut so sucli a Fulton, M. 1)., nil of the American 1'resbv. In Southern States lie is either a ReRev. T. DeWitt Talmage, In a recent added it to terinii mission in China, established a wife must be to a good ninn! August, the month named afpublican voter or he. is nothing. If ho sermon at the Brooklyn Tabernacle, Aose ter himself, so hospital and btutiou at Kwiii Then there are others under tho great advantages taken from one too miles eouthwwt from Caul chooses to vote tho other ticket he gets for his iuliject: "The Disadvantages of part of your nature will be added on to disadvantage of poverty. Who ought to ton. When r"oine People," taking for his text: they had expended a no credit. If, in the South, he feels get things cheapest? You say those who considerable sum another. in putting up building All these things are ngainst mc IUei(fcU he can best servo his local governBut it is amazing how much of the have little means. But tliev nav more. placards appeared on the wall devlarui" that by voting the xill.,30, and preached the following senium : Democratic ticket, You buy coal by the ton, they buy it by that the "foreign devils" must go in three ment Father Jacob, you are wrong! You world's work has been done by men of tho bucket. You buv flour bv the barrel, days, and their buildings be destroved. ho does it. waxes fat, ami enjoys the subtracted physical organizition. S. S. think your son Joseph is dead, but he is Tho literati, na ueunl, were at the bottom j.rofitof his right to labor and "earn. they buy it by the pound. Ymx get apPrime Minister of Egypt, and has thekeys Preston, tho great orator of the Southparel cheap because you pay cash. They of the disturbance. A crowd gathered The negro with his local habitation has of the great corn crib. Youf think that west, went limping nil his life, but there pay dear because they have neur the hospital, nnd Mr Fulton set out the right of all Americans to say just to get trustcircumstances are all adverse, but they was no foot put down upon any platform ed. And the Bible was right when it said: to teuiro the protection of the militia. what he will do politically for his own He was Htoncd on his way nnd not benelit. will turn out well. In all your life you of his day that resounded so far as his The destruction of the poor I their povertpermitted to return, nnd no Boldiers were never made a greater mistake than when-yo- club foot. Beethoven was"so deaf that he yBut .Mr. Maine, in his speeches in could not henr the crash of the orchestra pent to protect the mission. On May 0 the Maine, where a negro is said: randy seen, Then there are those who made a misrendering his oratorios. Thomas Carlyle, mob piled btraw nnd faggots ug.unst the declares that tho colored All things are against nie. man shall not take in early life, nnd that overshadows building occupied by Mrs. and Miss the dyspeptic martyr, was given the comoulrvoto the Republican ticket by virtA great multitude of people are under mission to drive cant out of tho world's all thero dnys. "Do you not know that Fulton and a little daughter of in- ue of his inheritance of freedom, but seeming disadvantages, and I will former, upon which tha inmates fled man was once in prison?" is whisperthat literature. Rev. Thomas of Philn in the swarthiest that I can adelphia, with one lung Stockton,his' audi- ed. Or. "Do you know that that man once nnd the house wns looted und burned. that he .shall vote it under any and all raised local considerations manage, treat their cases; not as a nurse ence nearer Heaven than most ministers attempted suicide?" Or, "Do you know The ladies sought refuge on boats, but the circumstances to tho contrary notwithmob threatened to destroy uny boat and influences, counts out eight or ten drops of a precan raise them with two lung. In the that that man once absconded?" Or. "Do tliut tdinuld receive scription, and stirs them in a half glass of banks, them, am! after honia standing. Ami if he does not choo-- e to you know that that man was once disthe iruuranco companies, the comhe must bo colonized into other delay thoy water, but as when a man has by mistake charged for dishonesty?" Perhaps thee Fulton hadreached the point where Mr. do that been compelled to remain! territory. taken a largo amount of strychnine, or mercial establishments, tho reformatory wns only one wrong deed in the man's associations, the churches, there are tens Two days later they were put on boats The plan of tho Republican Congresparis green, or belladonna, and the palife, and that one act htiunis the subseund conveyed to Canton. The vniue of sional Committee, as announced, is too tient is walked rapidly round the room, of thousands of men and women quent of his existence. the property destroyed is nbout .".,500, to be authentic, but if it be true and shaken up, and pounded until he gets doubled up of rheumatisms, or subject to Others have unfortunato predominance und Conwul Seymour is pressing a demnnc absurd that negroes are to be sent, at the comwide awake. Many of you havo taken a neuralgias, or with only fragments of of somo for the payment of this amount in mental facultv, and their rashlimbs, the rest of which they left at Chatmit tee1 a expense, to populate certain large draught of tho poison of discourageness throws them into wild enterprises, or tanooga, or South Mountain, or the Witerritories in the hope that their votes ment, and I come out by the order of tho The lderness and they are worth more to the their trepidation makes them decline date. becond ense is of still more recent will be felt in Presidential and ConOn Sundny. Juno 0, in the absence Divine Physician to rouse you out of that world, and more to the church, and more great opportunity, or there is a vein of of nil tho gentlemen connected gressional elections to follow, it reflects lethargy. with to God than thoso of us who have never so molancholy in their disposition that de- Methodist Episcopal Mission Hospital the but little credit upon tho men who 1. Jlany people are under the disadvanat feats them, or they havenu endowment of Chung King, nnd while onlv the lady wns havo projected the scheme. We have tage of an unfortunate name, given them much as had a finger joint stiffened by a h that causes the impression of present, a mob collected, broke "down had one negro exodus from the South. felon. Put to fnlUuso aCtPfho faculties by parents who thought they were doing Insinrel'lty. the g.ites und threw stones ut the It imaded Kansas a few a good thing. Sometimes at the baptism that remain, and chargo on nil opposing Others h ve a mighty obstacle in their lady, one of whirh cut open her Every colored man believedear. a'o. circumstances with the determination ot that lie cf children, while I have held up one hand personal appenrcc, for which they are index finger entire length was to get forty acres. He came with its in prayer, I have held the other hand in John of Bohemia, who was totally blind, not hhe wns in responsible They forg-- t that God while otherwise his family and landed at the railway amazement that parents should have and yet ut a battle cried out: jured about tho bend and arms. Com- depot fashioned their features en I their com"I pray and beseech you to lead me so plexion, and their stature, weighted the babe with such a dissonant plaint was made to the oHicinls. but tha ciTre without a cent. He seemed to the siz of their nothing about how he was to fare. nnd rnmlsive nomenclature. I have not far into tho fight that I may strike one nose and mouth, and hands and feet, nnd matter wns treated lightly. "This is Kansas, acting good blow with this sword of mine." pcrious ense," writes Mr. IVnby. -- and His idea was that so much wondered that some children gave them the gait nnd tho general may be Do not think so much of what faculties a test one. It grew, as nil our evils through its riumbs and its other patrishould cry out at the christening font as appearance: and they that gtfiers with such .smiling face bhould you have lost as of what faculties remain. I of the w 01 Id's best forget that much in China do. out of troubles in the Cniteil ots, was to give him a farm. For live work, nnd tlm State." Still later, July 10, the aiob at- year or more those negro o.xodtisters take aiitle that will be the I urden of their You have enough left to make yourself church's best work, has been tacked tho mibbion property at Chung have fousrht fate. Kansas cities have felt in threo worlds, while you help the lifetime. It is outrageous toaftlict h done by homely people; nnd that Paul tho King and destroyed it. Mr. Denbv filed a more waiters, bootblacks, ealciminers, earth, and balk hell, and win Heaven. Apostle is said an undesirable name because it happrotest. to havo been barbers, shoe repairers and clothes pened to be possess-eby a parent or a rich Arise from your discouragements, oh men ami his eyesight weakened bv ophthnlmia, In speaking of tho report Of Minister dusters than any State in the Union, or crippled physiuncle from whom favors are expected, or and women of depleted many of the finest in uppenranro Denby regarding the Chinese outrages, a and their votes have onlv gone to swell some prominent man of t&e day who may cal faculties, nnd what, by tho special while oflirinl ol tho State Departhavo passed their time bofoie ilnttering-lookin- g v majority aireauy large. end his life in disgrace. It U no excuse, help of God, you can accomplish ! ment said Tli glasses, or in studying killing at- erty of the fact that the lives and propt"olU,1Pri1 ;: is The skilled horsemen stood ar und BuAmerican missionaries in that because they are Scripture names to call Jom? olJ. a child Jehoiakim, or cephalus, unable to mount or manage him, titudes, and in displaying the richness of country are in danger is an entirely logi- m th; South, ihcre ho was born and At not this very altar I baptised one by the name so jpild was the stecJ. But Alexander sack, or glove, ono riblwn, or vest, or cal sequence to the failure of the reared; thero are the local traditions or button, or shoestring of Hoiiee of Representatives to take and family instincts that root him to clutched him by the bridle and turned his which thoy Bethsheba. Why, under the circumamhave hml brains enough .0 action on the bill unanimously reported the boil. The Northern politician of bient Heaven, any parent should want to head away Irom the shadow and towards earn for by tho Foreign Affairs Committee, rec- the Maine stamp who seeks his ot themselves. give to a child the name of that loose nnd the sun. and the horde's agitation was Others had wrong proclivities from ho ommended by tho President in a special iniy talk of colonization and all that, gone, nnd Alexander mounted him and infamous creature of Scripture times I can message, and strongly urged upon the rode off, to the astonishment of all who stnrt. They wero lorn wrong, nnd tunc consideration of the House by the Secr- but the Southern colored man knows not imagine. I have often felt at the bapto one even after he is born ngnin. where he lives. He knows he is no tismal altar, when names were announced stood by. And what you people need is sticks etary of State. In th closing days of the longer a slave; he knows that the secto met likesaying, as did Kev. Dr. Richto have your sight turned away from the They have a natural crankiness that is session Minister. De.ioy reported" to th vonty-fiv- e years old. State Department "his fear that, ond generation, of which both he and ards, of Morristown, X. J., when a child shadow of your early lot over wh'ch you two hundred and It came over with iheir notwithstanding tho prcsauco of the his employer are types, have long ago was handed him for sprinkling, and the have so Ion:; pondeiel, and your bead forgotten asperities. The man and his in ( hint name given: turned toward the sun 'he glorious sun wasfrom Scotland, or Wales, or France. It United States lxrn on the banks of the Thames, or waters, sent there on tho reqinsi employer work together in tho held "Hadn't you better call it something of gospel consolation and Christian hope the Clyde, or the Tiber, o- the Rhino, nnd tion ol tho State Department, some- and at tho polls they work for a comend spiritual triumph. V else?" thing serious would occur if ( 'ongress ad- mon interest. If that interest docs not lias survived nil the plngues ana epidemImpose not upon that babe a name sugAnd then remember that all the physical ics of ninny nm' i "ving to- journed without action on tho Wyoming quite meet the views- of Mr. Maine and gestive of flippancy or meanness There disadvantages will after awhile vanish. day on the banks or the Hudson, or tho indemnity resolution, and the purport of his friends, it is not the fault of the colis no excuse for such assault and battery Let thoe who have been rheumntlsmed Androscoggin, or theSivannah, or the L.i this dispatrb was confidently communi-to- ored man. Mr. Maine ami his friends on the cradle when our language is opby Mr. Belmont, chairman ot can gain nothing by colonizing neulent with names musical in sound and out of a foot, or cataracted out of an eye, Plnta. A .id wiien n man tiies to sto'i this the Foreign Attain Committee, to groes anywhere. cr by the perpetual roarof ourcities thun- evil ancestral proclivity he is like i man tho lending Sooner or later the suggestivo in meaning, such as --John, members of the House, dered absorb the political but tho session was allowed to end meaning "the gracious gift of God;" or day out of an ear, look forward to the on rock m the rapids of Niagara when this old tenement house grip from which the sw!f without action. The ollitial said there ideas and views of their surroundings; Henry, meaning "the chief of n house- of flesh will confe down and a bet currents nre try ng to sweep ii.t n o no wiil probably bo an effort nest , nmcu, meaning gooa counto t.nd it is the highest proof of the col.....v., place the responsibility for wlmtever loss ored man's abyss beyond. that ho can and sellor;" or Joshua, meaning "God, our ter one snail i:e tmiKieu. rne resurrecmorning wilI.provide you propert Oh. this world is an salvation;" or Nicholas, meaning "victory tionoutfit. Either tho unstrung,with a betworld, of hfo and belongs -- may 01 cur whore it does discriminate. When ho finds ho ter worn-ounamely, upon those is being used for political purposes an overworked world ! It is an awfully properly of the people;" or Ambrose, meaning who, to maintain a firtitious record for without corresponding benefit blunted and crippled organs will be so re- tired world. It is n dreadfully unfortuor credit "immortal;" or Andrew, meaning constructed that you will not know them, 'economy," prevented the passage of the to binisclthe quickly draws the line. nate world. Scientists nre trying to find Chinese indemuitv "manly;" or Esttes. meaning "a star; or an entire new set of eyes, and ears and out the cause of these earthquakes in Chicago Herald. or Abfgail, meaning "my father's iov' all m feet will be given you. Just what it means lands, cisatlantic and transatlantic. Some or Anna, meaning 'grace;" or Victoria. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. by corruption putting on incorrupption w e sny this anil some say that. I hnvo PRESS PARAGRAPHS. taken tneamuz "victory;" or Rosalie, uiennin the diagnosis of what is the matter with The .Alpinory of the Veterans r the War "beautiful as a rose;" or Margaret, mean-in- ? do not know, save that it will be glory inA Philadelphia editor who has lVrpetuiiteil by H JJniinl Arrli Willi li effable; no limping in Heaven, no strainthe earth. It has so many bunions ou it "a pearl;" or Ida, meaning "godW.ts Dedicated at Hartford, Conn., 011 just beeii visiting Mr. Maine tells an ing of the to see things a little-wa- und so many fires within it, it has a fit. interviewer: "Cnderstand me, James like;" or Clara, meaning "illustrious;" or l'ril.y. off; no putting of the Amelia, meaning "busy;" or Bertha, the ear to double the capacity band behind It can not stand such a circumference and Habtkord, Conn., Sept. IS. --Tho memo- G. Maine does not seek the nominaof the tymsuch a diameter. Some now Cotopaxi, or rial meaning "beautiful;" and hundreds of panum; tut faculties perfect, arch erected by the town of Hartford tion, for he told me so." This is a rare all other names just as good, that are a help of the instrument attuned for the the keys Stromboli, or Vesuvius, will open, and in honor of tho soldier and sailors of the case, indeed, of journalistic innocence sweep of then all will be at peace for tho natural ana credulity. Chicago Times. rather than a binderance. the fingers of ecstar-y- . But until that day world. But what about the moral woes of war wa dedicated yesterday. The monuBut sometimes tholgreat hinderance in of resurrection comes let us bear The Republicans of Indiana ment is an arch spanning Trinity street. each the world, that have rocked all nations, life is not in the given name, but in the other's burdens and so fulfill the law want the purity of tho ballot-bo- x n. mainof nnd for six thousand years science nrn. which runs between two liark?, o , family name. WhilaLegislatures are Christ. uu cuu ui u ucauiiuu nnuga tained. It will lie recalled to mind poses nothing but knowledge, an I many willing to lift such incubus, there are famthat several regiments of soldiers from 3. Another form of disadvantage under people that know tho most aro th mosi ilies thp,t keep a name which' mortgages other States oted in nearly every uncomforted? all the generations with a great dis- which many lat or is Jack of early educaward iu Indianapolis under the direcIn ihe way of practical relief for all distion. There will be no excuse for ignoradvantage. You say: tion of the Republican committee, durin the next generation. Free the ing tho war. Itujj'alo Timet. "I wonder if he is anf rel tion to so and ance illimitable opportunity of 5010013 advantages and all wees,on only voic-.- j is to .. tLis I!.. !... ....... t so" mentioning some family celebrated and make ignorance a crime. I education thatthe worth listeningChristianity, subject 11. ), h st hoi sanies yj ""j voice of believe in is which G. Maine who some time ago said he for crime or deception. It isawonder to me wiil is the voice of Almighty God. Whether had retired from politics and was gothat in all such families some spirited compulsory education, and those persons young man does not rise, saying to his who neglect to put their children under i nave mentioned tho particular dising to devote the rest of his timo to liteducational advantages hnvebut one right advantage under which you labor or erary labors? Since the laboring men brothers and sisters: ' of Maine have concluded to oppose his "If you want to keep this nuisance or left, and that is tho penitentiary. But not, I distinctly declare, in the name of -scandalization of a name, I will keep it no there are multitudes of men and women my Gcd, that there is n way out nnd a way candidates it appears that it would up for all of you. You can not be atiy longer than until by quickest coueof law in middle life who have had no opporhave been better for Mr. Maine it ho tunity. Free schorls had not yet been es- worsn off than that Christian young I can slough off this gangrene." had kept this promise. Chicago Xrws. tablished, and vast multitudes had little woman who was in the Pemberton mills When the General Assembly of the PresOn the 4th of next March Willbyterian Chuh of the U nited States met o: no school at all. They feel it when, as when they fell some years ago, und from t iam Mahono steps down and out of the to speak under the fallen timbers she was heard in this building in 1S7!, two estimable men Christian men, they rH3 Senate never to return. There have of the sweetest disposition stopued at the or pray in religious assemblies or singing: been men in this country who, in their v- nrL-K-z- , i.J'. .rtrfrzs public occasions, patriotic, or poI am going home to die no more. same houe, and one bad the misnomer of SS?3ra . 7&6ft i&FWtMiVl day and generation, felt the full weight or educational. They are 'being Mr. Sour and the other the mis' litical, Take good courage from that Bible, all of the people's scorn and hatred, "but of whose promises nre for thos-- in bnd uomer of being Mr. Pickle. And your city silent, because they do not feel compenot one among them all ever sounded directory has hundreds of names the mere tent. They owe nothing to EnglUh gram prediciment. There are letter days fvr the depths of misery that Mahono is mar, or geography or belles letters. Thev you, either on earth or in Heaven. pronunciation of which has been a lifeI put destined to reach- .- Atlanta Constitumy hand under your chin and lift your long obstacle. If you have started life un- would not know a participle from a protion. noun if they met it many times a dav. face into Till: MKMOHIVI. A urn. der a name which, either through ridiculthe light of tho coming dawn. Perhaps the hope lingers in the Many of foe most successful merchants of Have God on your side, nnd The design is bv (ieorge Kelley, the archious orthography or vicious suggestion, then you tect of the Uarlield monument at Cleve- minds of some Republican politicians has been an incumbrance resolve that the America, and men in high political places, have for reserve tr op, all the nnnies of land. O. that there is no more victory in the The next generation shall not bo so weiehted. enn not write an accurate letter on anv Heaven, the smnllest company of which is by emblematic two towers nre surmoiiuted waves of tho bloody shirt, but out tiirures, while around the theme. They nre completely dependent 0 chariots, and the smallest battalion ltisnobemeaniug to chan-ra name." entire monument above the arch is a story among the people it is plain that the Saul of Tarsus became Paul the Apostle. upon clerks and deputies and stenographthe lightnings of Heaven thejr of tho war in figures, made by the old era of sectional or ratv politics has Habassab, "the myrtle," became Esther, ers to make things right, I knew a liter- draw n swords. Roston Frieze Company. The cost is passed away entirely, and that here"(he star." We have in America, and I ary man who, in other years, in WashingAn ancient warrior saw an overpower$00,000. after the national contests must be deA gem-m- i suppose it is so in all countries, names ton, made his fortune by writing speeches ing host come down upon his small comholidny had been declared and cided on national issue, and not on which ought to be abolished, and can be for Congressmen, or fixing them up for pany of armed men. and. mounting his the banks and manufactories wero close I sectional animosities. Louisville nna win do aoonsnea lor the reason that the Congressional Rocord after they were horse with a hnndful of sand, ho threw ft and the streets were crowded with citizens nnd visitors from out of to 11. Many they are a libel and a slander. Rut if for delivered, the millionaire Illiteracy of in the air, crying: building vere gaily decorated with any reason you are submerged either bv a this country is beyond measurement. "Let their faces be covered with confu- Hags, bunting The Republican Attitude. etc. Many Grand Army given name or by a family name Now, supp'ise a man finds himself in sion?" posts wore present, and nlso the ProviWhat is the attitude of the RepubAnd both armies heard his voice, and dence United Train of Artillcrv, thoTibbets that ypu must bear, God will midlife withml education, what is he to help you to overcome the outrage bv a life do? Do the bst he can. The most ef- history says it seemed as though the dust Veteran Corps, and the Thirteenth Sep- lican party in this vear 1SS6 regarding consecrated to the good and useful". You fective layman in n former pastoral thrown in the nir had become so mmv arate Company, of Troy, X. Y., particireform, and what does it may erase the curse from the name. You charge that I ever hoard speak on religangels of supernatural deliverance, and pated in tho street parade. betoken? There is abundant condem-Tiatio- n Shortly alter one o'clock Colonel George may somewhat change the significance. ious themes CDuld, within five minutes of the weak overcome tho mighty, and tho of the Administration for failIf once it stood for meanness, you can exhortation, break all the laws of English immenso host fell back, and the small P. Uisseli, on behalf of the building ures to keep its pledges in this represented the monument to the make it stand for generosity. If once it grammar, an1 if he left any law unfrac- - number marched on. Havo faith in God. but what do Republicans and though all the nlliel forces of dis- town. General Joseph It. Ilawlev accepted spect; "tood pride, you can make it stand for tured, ho would complete the work of linthe humility. If it once stood for fraud, vou gual devastation in the prayer with which couragement seem to come ngainst you in the monument for the town and delivered (pledge themselves to do in case address of the occasion. power is given to them? Nothing can make it stand for honesty. Ifoncoit he followed it. But I would rather have battle array, and their laugh of defiance fit all. In Maine, Vermont and him pray for me, if I wero sick or in and contempt resounds tbiough at' ilio stood for wickedness, you can make A Heavy 1'uilure. it trouble, there is in the platform a general stand for purit-r- . There have been multi.than any Christian I know o", vnlleys and mountains, you might bv San-- Fn vncisco, Sept. IS Julius ll.ium and rather indifferent reference to tudes of instances where men and women and in that church all the people pre- faith in God anil importunate prayer pick Co., wholesale clothiers, made an asferred him in exhortation and prayer to up a handful of tho very dust of your huhave magnificently conquered the disassignment to Solomon Sweet yesterday for the matter. In most of the States it is oil others. Why? Because ho was so miliation and throw it into the nir, nnd it all as an item of tho ters of tho name inflicted upon them. the benefit of their creditors. Tho firm i.s inot mentioned at 2. Again, many people labor under the thoroughly Rious .anil, had .such power shall lecome angels of victory over nil tho one of the oldest nnd largest in the city. Republican creed. In Indiana alone misfortune of incomplete physical equip- with God he was Irresistible; and' as he armies of earth and hell. 'J he voices of uo tho Republicans, with apparent went on in his prayer sinners repented your adversaries, human and sntanic, The liabilities are estimated at from $730.-00- 0 (earnestness, approve the enforcement ment. Wo are by our Creator so economito $1, OOO.OOO. It is uenernUy "be- of the law and call for an extension of cally built that we can not afford the ob- and saints shouted forjoy, and the be- shall be covered with confusion, wuile literation of any physical faculty. Wo reaved seemed to get back their dead in you shall be not only conquerer, but more lieved that tho nhscts nre quite equal to 5ts principles. And this while the want our two eyes, our two ears, our celestial compsnionshipl And when he than conqueroi, through that grace which the liabilities, and that tho lirm will be Democratic President, in spito of all able two hands, our two feet, our eight had stopped praying, and as soon as I has so often mads the fallen helmet of an the to pay dollar for dollar. Tr.e bulk of mistakes and violations, is doing more indebtedness is in the Hast. The and withstanding more in support of could wipe out of my eyes enough tears to overthrown antagonist the footstool of a cause of tho fingers, and two thumbs. Yet what mulfailure i.s a great mvsterv. jthe principles of the reform than an titudes of people have but one eye or but see the closing hymn, I ended the meeting Curistiau victorv. Ten months ago the firm's balance-shee- t g one foot. The ordinary casualties of life fearful that somo showed surplus of assets of 51100.000, and jRepnblican President has had the inboro vou!d pull us down from tho their bimiiiens since then has apparently dependence and courage to attempt, have been quadrupled, quintupled, sepGovernor Itii-- mid the Ilnrlar. been prosperous. and Democratic conventions all over tupled aye, centupled, in our time bv the seventh heaven. Milwaukee Sentinel.? the land are committing themselves, civil war, and at the Xorth and South a Not n word have I to say against acA who was in without express qualification, to apgreat multitude that no man can number curacy of speech, or fine elocution, orhigh tells gentleman was in the Madison, Uij., A Shot l"ir-i- l at the I'reiiiler. this: "I hotel nfter the proval of his Administration, and in are fighting the battle of li e with half, or mental culture. Get all these you can. KepuMicnn BtniiAKBNT. Sept. 18. M. Kratiano. State Convention, anil Goviniany instances especially eomm-ndin- g less than half, the needed physical armaBut I do say tj those who were brought up ernor Rusk wns near by with several of his Roumanian Prime Minister, was' shot at his devotion to reform. ment. I do not wonder at the pathos of a in me nay or poor school-housand ig- irienus. .rtn omcer enmo in witn a man Thursday evening by an a.ssiiB!,in. jie ;lt looks as if Republican politician's soldier during the war, who when told norant and no oppor- who wns a prisoner. Thelntter had asked percrived the nam's intention in Hint did not want any extension of that he must have his' hand amputated, tunity, you may have so much good in to see the Governor, and his request hnd to spring out of tho path of his reform principles until after your soul and so much of hoaven in youi nid: been granted. A few moments' conversaaim. The bullet struck M. Itoliesco. hhey get an opportunity to turn out y "Doctor, can't you save it" life that you will be mightier tion in whisper followed. As the prisoner a membor of the Chamber of depu- ijlr. Cleveland's appointees and fill the And when told that, it was impossible for good than any who went through Ihe was withdrawing he assumed a cheerfulties, and wounded him. The assassin Joltices again with their own chss. kaid, with tears rolling down his cheeks: curriculum of Harvard or Yale, or px ness, and said: 'In.onerepect, Governor, Suppoe Mr. Cleveland continues, as "Well, then, good-byford, yet never graduated in the school nt least, wo resemble.' The Governor was arre.sted and locked up. lie confessed old hand; I hate jho has thus far irone on, retaining iu to part with vou. You have done mo a of Christ. When you get up to the gate asked in what. 'You have served two that for political rcut.niin he intended to lollicc many Republicans, even after gcod service for many years, but it seems of Heaven no one" whether terms, and are a candidate for your third. kill M. Hrntiauo. The weapon used was a will ask of the term for you must go. you can parse the first chapter of Genesis, I have served two terms, and am again pistol. The attempt to assassinate the expiration Rewere appointed ..v...u,c,u,scuu 101 me or p. scene vui wuetlier you have learned the fear of elected for a third. The fellow was a no- M. llratiano produced gieat excite- which they President under by a law "the publican in the clinical department of one of the 'he Lord, which is ment among the p eople. the beginning of torious, tut withal, an oil and brassy which a Republican Congress would V aW VnU 1... ..11.1 wnen a poor M.vi. uospums, man dom; nor whetberyou know how to square burglar. He had persuaded Ihe officer to l'allitro or not repeal, although its repeal was deWells. with a wounded leg was brought in -, wib circi- nut whether you have lived a reformers; apPiTTsncnoii. Pa.. Sept. IS. The Canons-bursired by the students to be op rated on. The square lire In a ronnd world. Mount Zion take him to Gov. rnor Ruk lor no other purpose than getting off what I hav reIron Company has been compelled to pointing in conspicuous casps Repubsurgeon was pointing out this and that to is higher than Mount Parnassus. shut ilowiY is extensive works owing to a licans of approved character anil fitlated." the students, and handling the wounded 4. But what other multitudes there are hcarcity of natural gas. The supply there ness to office; improving and strengthleg, nnd was about to prcceed to amputa- under othjjr A Nice Country to I.iv In. was thought to be inexhaustible, and its disadvantages! Here is the ening the executive regulations by tion, when the poor man leaped from the failure therefore has caused quite a com- whicTi the woman whose husband thinks TAmericus (Ia.) Importer. act is app'ied", table and hobbled to the door, nnd haid: religion a sham, motion. Fo prays Last Thursday Mrs. Nancy Gyles, who terests litre many public and private in- where they are weak and .suppose "Gentlemen, I ail sorry to disappoint the cinlilren one and while the wifeswears Jive4) upon wRy the husband four or tivo miles from Americus, that a failure depend supply natural gas that, with this reconl, he should be you. but, by the help of God, I will die them of the would be "an another. Or here is a Christian mnu Gu., sent a little grandby tho Democratic party," with my leg on." almost irretrievable calamity. who is trying to do his best for God and daughter to a trunk to get f.'Ut a dress. do Republicans think the record they What a terrific los is the loss of our tne Church, and his if holds him hack to her Laud into the trunk I'lirccU's physical faculties! Paid. nd says on the woy home from prnyei - The child reached she thought was a dress, rnjio I.eo Order IS. It is Debts on tho are making will iuduco the people to a nil prasped what Cincinnati. Sept. turn Mr Cleveland out in order said battle of Crecy rrasd.cided mee'i.i, where J,"e gavo testimony for j p tilled it out and found a snake. On in authority of a priest that Pope Leo h.is make Mr. Blaine, or any Republican the French wns by the Welshmen vni isi i ',. vestigating the trunk two other snakes; ordered thHt the 4.000,000 owed bv the whose reputation as a reformer is no killing the French hr,re, a,, rh.-.-t wpre found, ami ae it wag shut they mnt j late Archbishop Purcell be paid within fiv "uini a fOTlyoH majc0 0f voumrlf! better established! President? Blon WiUjlfct ih.jrHdsto th ground. ytars, And n:u lnisj.,fr m v..n mtm.it a loss to Vbov how ttiy sot thcr. - ....... ittral& 1 Sjv-agthiee-fonrths THE BOOKS OPENED. TOBACCO FRANCE. mak-Ins- .it mis-sio- n Pin.-nbo- ut most striking chapters of the Democratic campaign book will be that which is devoted to the defalcations of Republican during Republican sway. It has been prepared with great care and much labor from oflicinl figures, and makes a moro damaging showing than was evor anoflice-holders An Incomplete Table of Defalcation :nC8 Quantities of th,Wwd cnamed In Vari1801 Miows That the Jtepiihllcnn l'arty ous LuropMn countries. Owes the Government Nearly Thirteen Some interesting particulars Million DolUrs. are published by M. Paul Uroy-Beaulie- u One of the -- tte to-da- y, Anglo-Saxo- to-d- hHlf-centu- ry d.un-nge- over-mirt- 11 chil-wit- hump-backe- d, well-know- n I I Tiglath-Pilesse- r. . great-grandfathe- rs men-of-w- ar gem-rations- , - d ships left. ticipated. The chapter is headed "Opening the Rooks," and vindicates a promise long made by the Democracy to the people of the country. It says the Democratic party, through its pr-sand by its .speakers, declared for the past ten years publicly that if it could turn tho rascals out and get at the books they could demonstrate that tho Republican party, in its long lease of power, had, through its various by defalcation in collections and disbursements, stolen millions of the people's money. Mr. TildCn. in 1S70, claimed the amount to be over . The amount will reach 20,000,-0:- )i or more. Under a resolution of the House, p.i.ssed January 23, the Acting secretary of the Treasury transmitted a letter to the House of Representatives in which it is shown ollicially that the balances now due the Government on account of defalcations in disbursements and collections since 1S(H is $12,1? W. 170. In this document each delinquent is named and the exact amount due the Government stated. This does not include the overhauling of the accounts of the Post-otliDepartment, The Sixth Auditor says that the amount of work would be so enormous to get up the accounts of all the officers under the Post-oiliDepartment, and get at the balances due from each of them, that it is impossible with the present force to accomplish it So it is found from an examination of the books in part, showing only about half of the disbursing and receivingollicers' accounts, that the balance due by these receiving and disbursing oflicers, for which they have defaulted to the Government, is over The balance due from the others' amounts by the same ratio to a larger amount. J "" loregoing mini .inn uic laoie which is hereafter inserted does not include shortage, as has been said, in the Sixth Auditor's office, which has charge of the ast expenditures of the e Depart mint. It was there that tho star route thieves tigurcd. Nor does it include the shortage in the Third Auditor's otlice, which embraced the expenditures of the War Department, where How gate. Hodge and other kindred spirits had their day. Nor does it include the shortage in the whi-Fourth Auditor's o!lie. has charge of expenditures in tho Navy Department, where tho Robe-o- n gang paid more for the repair of old ships than they originally cost, and had no s otli-cer- s, ce ee 'v quotes official figures, which show that , while the quantity of tobacco HEADACHE grown in Frsnce itself was about 19,200 tons in INDIGESTION 18S0.it has been gradually increasing BILIOUSNESS until it is now nearly double that quan-titDYSPEPSIA while the revenue which the state NERVOUS PROSTRATION from has increased from '!?? to nearly 13,000,000. In other MALARIA words, while the quantity of tobacco CHILLS and FEVERS grwn has only doubled, the profits of TIRED FEELING the state, or in other words, of the GENERAL DEBILITY manufacturers, have nearly quadrupled. BACK & SIDES PAIN in The great increaso in profit is explained by M. 1 anl IMPURE BLOOD upon the ground that the expense of manufacturCONSTIPATION ing an additional quantity of tobacco FEMALE INFIRMITIES is not any thing like that of the first RHEUMATISM establishment of plant and material. The cultivation ml imr... .,..,.. ..f NEURALGIA Ibaccohas beciiiGoverument monopoly KIDNEY AND LIVER since 1674. and, with the exception of a TROUBLES , .. " l. fist? , f ! n. n ... . 1. um;i luiv. .... V.UUHJ; inu revolution, nas FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS remained so ever since. In this connecThe Genuine hs Trade Marie and crowed Red tion M. Paul gives the lines on wrapper. following figurei showing the quantity TAKE NO OTHER. of tobacco consamed in the different countries of Europe, and the rate per DR. JOHN BULL'S 100 inhabitants , according to him, as follows: Spain 110 pounds, Italy 128 pounds, Great Britain, 133 pounds, Russia 182 pounds, Hungary 207 pounds, franco --'iu pounds, Denmark 'I FOR THE CURE OF pounds, Norway 229 pounds, Austria 273 pounds, Germany 336 pounds, Holland 118 pounds and Belgium 5C0 ounds. In other words, while in Or CHILLS and FEVER, pain little more than one pound per head s consumed, nearly double that AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES, quantity is consumed in France, three The proprietor of this celebrated medidn times as much in Germany, four times jtutly claims for it a superiority ovtr all remas much in Holland and live times as edies ever o2b:ed to tho public for tho SATE, cure much in Belgium. Economist Fran- CXKTAIK, SPEEDYor aad PEBJCANESTwhethof Ague aad Fever, Chills and lever, cois. er of short or long standing. He refers to th entire Western and Southern country to bear Lthohe, Baltimore, Md., says him testimony to tho truth of tho assertion, tho best cough medicine is Rod Star Cough that in no cass whatever will it fail to euro if Cure. Twenty-fivceuta a bottle. the directions are strictly followed and carried out In a great many cases a single dose has It sounds like a paradox to say that a been iuScicnt for a cure, and whole families plan is laying up money when ho "is saltin- m have been cured by a single bottle, with a T, regard to the manufacture and of tobacco in France. Ho with con-wmpti- on BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE the 3 'd'- - Leroy-Beauli- eu inff-T-l- ! Letpy-Bcauli-en Sails Tonic Sjh 2"-- FEVER and AGUE " Ex-Mat- e it down. psr-fe- ct Chicago Journal. Post-oflic- lous nature generally proceed from n torpid condition of the liver. The blood becomes impure becsuso tho liver does not act properly an'l work off tho poison from the system nnd the certain results are blotches, pimples, eruptions, swellings tumors, ulcers nnd kind rod nfTections. or settling upon tho lungs nnd poisoningtheir delicate tissues, until ulceration, breaking down, and consumption Is estnblished. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discorerv" will, bv acting upon tho liver and purifying the blood, euro all these diseuses. Between-- our thermi'nietTs nnd collegos the depree crop is drawing ahead of tho peach ditto. Life. that tho multitude of diseases of a scrofu- It Should be Grnrrntly Known restorat on of tho general health. It is, however, prudent, and in every case more certain to cure, if iu use is continued in smaller doaes for a week or two after tha disease has been checked, more especially in difficult and cases. Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels ia good order. Should .the patient, however, require a cathartic medicine, after having taken three or four do3es cf tho Tonic, as ngledo of KENT'S VEGETABLE EAMILY PILLS will bo sufficient. TJSEnootierpill. Prico, 81.00 per Eottle; Six Bottles for $5. long-standi- DR. JQim BULL'S S3 1 h SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. ses-sio- n int-llige- over-burden- t, eye-sig- ht Tren-ur- y Customs disbursements. $ Interim! Hovenue disbursements. Diplomiitic dlsbur-ciuen- ts iHsburMii-f.ts The records will show that since tho Democratic Administration took hold, as is heretofore shown in the report of tho First Comptroller of the Treasury, an earnest effort is being made to collect all these balances, and with much' greater success than could have been anticipated, owing to the long lapse of time. Tins is simply a partial peep, into tho books. Tho short time that the Democratic Administration has btteii in power rendered it impossible' at this time to give a full exposure of all the delinquencies and defalcations s of the Republican who were not prosecuted for their robbery and plunder, but kept in power by the. Republican partv. The branches of. the service in which these defalcations-occurreare shown bv the following table: ollice-holderd Tonnyion's 'May Queen.4' Who knows but if tho beautiful girl who died so young hnd been blosml with I)r. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" she might have reigned on many nnotherbright Mayday. Tho ,4Favorito Prescription" is a certain cure for all those disorders to which females are liable. -- The Popular Remedies of the Day. Principal OSlrc, JIalu St., LOUISTILLE, KT. TTET. &d With or without Patent Judex. A JSI&. iijmeni!U Journal. Two nEADJ ought to b9 better than one. Four litis aro certainly better than two. m m TIOXAflyf ITSELF sr ""t?- DKiSRianc.-- r ......- - wr V3STT A ?39 tionnai ... - 3Es53ar Fabrics axd Cuticles are both rendered marvelous! white by Glenn's Scu-iici- : Soap. Brown, 50c. Hia's lUm and Wnxsscit Dte, il BInck or Ar.tl.oruvintheGoT't Printing Office.and with th I . Supreme Court, and i recommended by the fcfcit Sup'ts of Schools in OS States. In nd i tii.n t rarior.s useful tables the latest issue of this work coin-rises IT IS THE STANDARD The biggest gum-boon record has been discoveied in a muala;;o factory. Merchant Trattler. r Is not a dve, nnd will not stain or injure the skin, lfnll's Uair Dumb ague can speedily cured by taking Ayer's Aguo Cure. Try'it, 1 Si.-- A a ui ii;,'AW A DICTIONARY, v cugnfcTiag i ura-- , 5' GAZETTEER OF THE WORLD, 25,iXO Titles (Just added) and BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIOKARY, nearly 10,000 Noted Persons, ALL 1H ft 191,191 00 .MKiiciur, Z.0Lt2L ui NXJ.Oftt :iV.6 00 TSifiil u) Moonlight walks with nothing but lovely strolls. Dr. Loitell Courier. bt girl are si1 OfBOOX. stamps Ilece pts for Customs ofGco emoluments Itcceipts for mlscellHiieous sources Ilecoipts for captured and abandoned property Total since 1S51 Interior civil disbursements Kece jits for customs Kcccipts for Internal ltevenuo.... Itecelpts for sides public lands . Keceipts for Internal Hoiunuo rfis.ns) 0.) 375.2m 01 3.124,570 00 27,50.J 00 321,177 00 2S.S04 () Don't hawk, and blow, nnd spit, but use Safe's Catarrh Remedy. It is an inTaltiable companion in every School and at every Fireside. C.AC MERRIAM A CO., Piibrs, Sprinpfield, "lasa, :lvs i U 11 The raciest niticles are written bv horse reporters. Tan iiftiHts. eases. Book free. Dr. Geppert, Cincmnati.O. a R4 e ATAEtRK L. Mr-lilt 00 Oxtgen Ccrc Throat, lung, nervou-'- s dis- 158.173 00 .127,1 00 00 milsM VzXti 'Wr ,uy' rJBg'-'rUj-'J' -life-siz- Cincinnati Enquirer. SlKO.470 If the doctor orders bark, hns not tho patieut a right to growl -.v. Y. Ledger. Dr. Isaac rh?.t$2&.S?ny j aM.T.uruggiitsseIlit.2; " A AM S.iM THE PRESIDENT." I'rrsMent Cleel.nd. .r" 11 . ditional roLls, completely heals the ores and restores seasc o tate and umelL KOTA LIQUID nostril, wl beaN the lie t of catarrhal virus. canslDfT healthy ferretion. It allays InSsm at!m protects the m'mbrsn" of the naal paa4cr f rom ad1 when applied Into the t.IB How a Small Hoy in the Aillrniulacks "WncN you bury an old animosity never mind a tombstone. or SNUFF. ) Tnn best cough curious incident occurred during for Consumption. medicine is Piso's Cure At Positive Cure Sold everywhere, :25c. A each nostril and Is airreeabla one of the President's morning strolls. tonse. 1'rlrc Suets. Irrn il or at drusRlt. send for Thehk are all the bud actors "Read circular. fcLY BKOT1IEI1S. Prugrtti. Owego. A'.Y. roughly-dresse- d A bright-eye- d but lad nut him near the lake, but had no idea the anvrer ia tha stars." .V. O. Picayune. SCHOE3irHAI-S- , that he was the President. THE MARKETS. "RENAISSANCE" SOAP. " Excuse me, mister, but do you live (Copjriuht Secured.) CiCixmti, Sept. 21. ' at the hotel?" said the boy. There Is nothing more plcaintt than a tnj f. tmonth imnonf W &, liS ikin, fre? fn;.ii fre, btotrhpi nnd pimples. Ve Yes," replied Mr. Cleveland, with LIVEhoice llutcher.s .t 40 Q. 4 (0 cauxafilr miaranteu oar SK1X ItO.lP the beM HOGS Common an amused smile. cure fur nil 3li0 (6 4 :g of the skin and scalp ever been presented to th public If vou thai hai 4 JO Good Packers 4 " delro "Well, I'm glad to hear it. S'pose PHEKP Good to choice cltar. htaltUful. thamunq fomfleximi. use HfRaL .110 if. ' 75 ncr jtvp. zj cent per caie. oia nr ail you've seed Governor Cleveland?" r'amiry KI.OlH - 33 fc3 50 leading or 3 cake In a box will bo sent STOCK-Cnttl- e-O 1 1 1 A Quick Relief HAyER A e quently." "O, yes; 1 have seen him fre- GHAIN Courier- -Journal. Civil-Servi- n. fr Illi-lio- is t long-wind- ed prayer-meetin- 11 , k -- Civil-Servi- es school-master- s, na ctl xi Oats aiTcd AfinnnHVCAGENTWAHTEQ cider and fried chickens you can drink,' ROVISIUXP l"rk Mcs . ir- - w " CATTLE begosh." 4 00 ft 4 W first ijuality " I'm President Cleveland." ma sium. ma 6 to Ojf particular, circular intorrrs. mu Bfsi.vEss. Jcor HOGS nml r)nr Book. mdilrrM 44 There, begosh, vou ain't, aro you, INDIANAPOLIS. though?"' Wheat-N- M 2 red & 74 t 74 fe 33 44 I'm the President." said Mr. Corn inlxtd Oats niijfd & Cleveland, with smiles struggling with LOUISVILLE. gravity, and shall be happy" FLOUR-ASome broken .sentences, a scared GRAIN' Wheat 1 .Xo. 2 red.... $ 4 CO a SO it. 73 4 Hi face and three or four gasps, mingled 42 Corn mixrd Oats inlx(J ................ W 27 with dust and retreating footsteps, and mi 00 FACE, HANDS. FEET, the young man from the mountains 8 CO G S S5 tad all ttrir imprMrtiu, iocio&c; FrfL road-waSopcrSscnt lltir. Bnut Wuki, disappeared down the The JIcUs W"rti, JlMt, trxtla, BM .So. Arm, formidable of tlu Executive Black 1U.U. Srsn, F3tinz nd tlT Imxaat, Dr. JOHN H. WOODBURY. presence was too much for the young 37a.l'rrlSt.AllMSr,.l. EVI H"0L 41UC bit book. mountaineer. Ar. 1. Herald. man I've been acking to meet. You see I've walked thirty miles to take a look at the President. Jess as soon as I heard he was here, I sot out, and here I am, begosh." The smile ou tho Presidential face still broadened. " My old dad has been votin up in the mountains for thirty years, begosh, but none of the fellers he voted for got elected until he went for Cleveland. Since then our luck changed, begosh. Cattle quit dying, bosses did well, mam got the house insured, and it ain't bin struck by lightning since, begosh. Dad says it's all because Cleveland's got a big neck bustin' wide open with brains. He must havo had brains else he couldn't have got to the White House, begosh. I've cum, clean over here to sec tho President, and ell" you'll be so periite as to point him out I'll be obliged. When yon come our war, dad'll give you alltliQ "(Joll denied if you ain't just the UjxXo.2 HAY-Timo- Xo. 3 red . Corn No. - mi.ved Ou'sXo. Sniiiul thy co-Med- ium Wlieat No. red..... fc S druj-sn- t. k.-- 7t$ 73 41 sums tin T-- Sole .Manufacturer. ut iv!, fcj oiMPAXv, cixcixxati soapCincinnati. Ohk. atr 7 ti i TulIAl No. 1 Good Leaf.. I'ltOVISlON'5 Pork Mess Ijird Prime aUTTEK-Cno- lce Dairy . Ohio Creamery Al'I'LES Prime POTATOIS-P- er nnd Leaf..... .. ..11 Wl li fO S (H) (1412 10 7 10 10 .11 V) 7s fell SI SA ft &'J '. 1 COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOU- 23 2i S 24 1 is 7'J barrel 123 KLOCIt-Sta'e- G 11A I X-- No. 2 its.- Corn Xo.2mi.tol Oat s mixed . . W XEW YOItK. We tern... heat. Xo. 2 Ch Ica-- o. . M .5 H 135 en 2 P0 & 6A .7 15 For Liver. Bile, Indla-rjUouetc FrefromUercurri cootAinj only rare W-etlnffrtdients. Agent CIJA3. y. CIITTUTI.V, EW YOliK. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY PILLS, M mt 4J", 0 P ltK-3le- ss... LAUD GHAIX Western steam CHICAGO. .- 47 10 73 Si 7 20 frll A .V) FRAZER AXLE o 7 33 CO FLOUi:-'.VIsco- nln Xo. Corn Xo. 2..... Oats Xo.2...- - winter.. ...53 10 ft W,cjt Xo.U red... . tr. Spring Chicago 73, 37'-- !i 74'J T3-, BiurLeil llet In tlio world. Vet the Keauluc. Kt-rjr ixicUiiice has nnr Trade-t- nrtt nml la ''rater's, HOU)VKYMrUEUE. C37.cS WH'SE All ELSE FAILS. Tastt-- i cood. Use Best Coueh in tlme.'!ld bv drutxlstv Sj-rn- GREASE. 1 I (r. 23t4 H.s-- , roitic LAUD McssZ- Steam M BALTIMORE. 7 23 3 00 ($7 fc '.o 30 GRAIX Wheat Xo.2 Corn Mixed FLOUR-Fnm- llr - &l,r. 4)5,l5 G 3 65 t2-- J 40 " "rsT,"to'"lwJSfc5SiSrt'' - 44 1 No. PORK-Mc- ss.! nm LARD-bte- y. Dmlcr-revst-, All We 11 Ask -- Civil-iservi- ce ever--da- e, Of any one anffcring from scrofula, salt rheum, drs The President's Good Reasons. pepslm. headacie uiner and liver complaints, th'at tired fellns. by President Cleveland, in giving T1L3 tap"?J04 r any disease catued or promoted yon lo w state of the system Is tha: reasons for pardoning a man the aire Hood Ssrsaparilla a fair triaL We are confnine other day, mentions one reason which I luent that the eodidnai Itself of this peculiar preparation will soon make felt thronsh the . is not sulliciftiitlv rnnsidereil lir anv of I ,Mnw ... " MATEBIALS.? ABTSSTS' Colors. Kepouwe Worfc Flower Supplies. Send for onr Tarious ca'alofruea. Uall orders solicited. HOFFMAXX IIICOH., 'Wax lOCMala Street, C'lnclunutl, Ohio. u us. Good-bye- ." " 1 bo-fo- re ;s g Civil-Servi- ce m Ch-isti- an Civil-Servi- ce tive-year-o- ld Tbe-wa- e ac-sin-st J -.- 44Ile has served live years," said the President, 44and whatever good is ever A WOMAN to be wrought upon him individually has already been accomplished. At thJ time of his conviction his wife, anoblu flSIISU courageous and devoted woman, anl live small children, were the suffereB for his crime, and exacted the of the entire community. Iiyhor patient, hard labor to support her Hood's hope in tlo and her never-failin-g EDUCATIONAL. darkest days, this wife has demoi-strate- d S0,2Vtt,te' r,s tixi0T - rYepared AND GREEK STUDY. that she, at!eat. is entitled 0 by C. HOOD 4 CClpothecarUs, Lowell, Mais.lr HOME at frlUUT, ue me "Istxhumcaii-rXASsics- .' Sample pase and Cata clemency." sons. logue ot iree. ti u?Miver IOO Doses One Dollar This is well said. In too man) 'o-- (C) 1101 Walnut Street, fhlladelpbia. Pa, the penalty of crime unfortuKTTJBY. Secure nately fal s chiefly upon the inmcent CARPENTERS nwnt tna L from BusisassaButtnessEducatlon by" Collesc. liuila.oJI.Y. family of the criminal. When tlo art Farmers. JSutcben A.N.K. E. 110L of Justice is perfected, we hopethere to 0! ake of n riLcna H4 will bo modes of lessening this cruel fe?di SLff'-v.-Rip, ButSer. Bock. Prnnlnf oti al WBK MITBI T0AvkTt(1tS rLKA y Ml ur than vr. Two ttatc ikatl ) nt tjfca AirHajM fa Uisl vrron;;. X. y, Ltdqtr syn-patl- iy not take other articles claimed to be -- Just as food,4, tree. D ILU. J. WKATUEEBV, Kansas City, Mo. but be sure to Bet Hood's Sarsaparilla. 44 My wife bd dyspepsia. Sbo could not keep her food down, and had that oppressed feeling after eaUn-.Bhhad no appetite, and was tired all the of enenry for bumerK In her Salarv 4CJ. V. 8liri!"te(-- numerous medlciaos without being- Krfervnccn. K. 1. Johnson. Manager. it fUrcJay UTmjttheflri: bot:ie of Hood's Sarsaparilla Morphln Haklt Cared B 0 de"- - ot gooL 8h8 h .Ji no tekpn twobotues.and can eat anything she wants with- MlMWcH Jr.J.tephen,Lbia!bh'o out kartna; that distress, and has no trouble in TO as A. SAT. Samples worth SI. SO hr food." ,'oilv Batix.vweld, Marion. FItEh. Lines not nodertbe horse'" feet. Write, Ohio. BUEII6TS& KATrri HIS IIOU.!UU.,IUU,BKk, int enred. APEUM Infallible reined v. Notanarticlepals HABIT absolutelypoulbla shortest time. New. w I orself-denlal- Pavwhen cured. IIiRrisAmehnolr WANTED - S't-.- $5 chi-drc- n, Sarsaparilla enooi-uook- 30,000 "."J.J16 W jnC J8b -- ,- -- . - '-- at . JS' :5&Pt' X r .1.1. .i .i .1.. i '' - - -?- -,. """ irmmsnrfir!ra,,Tr7W!fnnrspSt ml :i llWWMWrTrTTr ii - j 4i l.-v f J t JLI. ' J"WU'KW!i 1 'Tis V msK&i& caur.isn. THE BALLSTAOTED. Terr's Col. Kentucky v.. : into a canvas for tho position to which h suspires, but being ap"VTISS ADELI.B ALLKN, Vrincij.al. pealed to hi friends from all over sjioctfiilly atmuunectt that the rej;u-li- r the distiict and feeling that ho of this will Fall owed a debt of gratitude to the Icontraenro SO. I SMC. people of tho Old Clbialtar dis3IO.VDAV. AI't.-l'St in the last trict, he had iiijiis old age consenSlic will liavc such coinjetpnl best. For instance, soin Literary Department as may he needwl, He race, the Democratic nominee re- ted to make one nunc race. and the Mumc CIa-- will ho in charge of ceived 10,o03 votes; the indepei then touched slightly on the an exjieriencetl and thoroughly qnalifiwil subject of a primary election, stadent Democrat, 7,440 and the teaclier. WZHMtttCAX I ISUY A NUTFAISLK IfltaSSK.YT AT ITH In the ting that, the people well knew his appointed. 7,101. TUITION: . KKA!. VAli.S'fi-;DEAL E II IX present race the Jieirublicaus have position. He understood that r.ef.ire deciding tin'- - question we ini(e ou to examine the beautishrewdly managed to have no the committee was called to meet The Kentuck' Delegation DeIiHrj "' 3 00 Intermediate Kepublican candidate, preferring at the town of l'adueah ful and varied stock. serves 4 00 Advanced He neither to elect the Democrat that suits after two failures. Setrriinn of 10 mouths "20dnvsin month. 'ir1 r l irf.nl r them best, to running one of their knew nor eared what thoy would Jul j 2Z Kentucky has been remarkably , jwn party to sure defeat; aim .do. J he tune tor a primary s fortunate in her fust term Repre figures show that their 7,000 tion, he said, was on the first & Deiow's old stand, has an endless va. iely of SALE AND LIVERY STABLE thrown anything like solidly day in August ami that timo had ricntnthes in the present Con at new store, Fuqua (Clinton S'ruet, Coimaii tw'-- t Old Simul ) JUmkti and fancy Stationery, J'spclcrics of all slylen and finish 1 'una, to either wing of tho divided) passed without action by the giess, and they all deserve a t as an indorsement of Reneils, l'orl -- folios, Lap ablets, Albums, CUrd (.Uses, Chrds lYC. Democrats, wins. The election committee. XnX- & of a Congressman in the old GHo afiirmed his adhorenre to their record here. It is not right and Toys in endless variety. KENTUCKY STREET, ibraltar Democratic district is vir- the doctrines of JeflVisonian De- to defeat a member in his own parj B YZ" constantlj on hand for hlr r tually relegated to tho Republi- mocracy, and reviewed his course ty for a second term without he w twtru or. and 8:;ie X5w cans. So much for a divided de- in Congress, giving particular at- deserves it by failing to attend to HOUSES, BUGGIES and HACK.'. yi)u like, tention to his efforts in behalf of his duties. This cannot be taid mocracy. How do Having purcliHseil tho stithle, horce1? Democrats! We may grunt, ami tariff reduction. His speech on of either Stone, Lafl'oon, Breckinf? r.rT5 and entire outfit of V. H. l'lunme r a we propose to continue the hiiHiuca-j- , nnd "p? growl, and fume, and say cuss the taiifl" question, ho said, had ridge, McCreary or Taulbee. i VatfS cia tva solicit palrnnnsc- 9 Mr. lircckiuridgc has found a words about whoso to blame for been published and bent to numThe Fall this situation, but the solid tact bers of his constituents, and a wider field for the talents which i..n Kill .inn., n . 1 have ctirfl, permanpntly, one of the finest woikmen in l!u State, and will make still confronts us that the 7,000 portion had been copied in tho have distinguished him at homo; W. DIESTELBRINK roofing and ttimin): a Fjieeia'.ty. MOKDAY, AITGUST 30 1880, three-fourth- s Mr. Taulbcv has become fumoiiM, Republicans, of them Democratic campaign book. His iftio will not be undcrBoM, even in Fgr cities colored, . have it in their power to , nosition against tno use ot sot while Messrs. McCreaiy, Laffoon A oil ( 'lit '. i.nr M'.nt!.. j t.B4 m, n ComuieiK-..,.,... .. . . . mctaio to inese jo.uuu ucniocrais ,iicrs :lt the polls and other mat-wh- o and WndMVorUi have been diliSHOKDAY. JANTTAR7 ,1, ISST, may represent us m the Con- - tcrs ,,e ,oviewcd in ,.rt,s: and he gent in thciratteution to tho wants gress of the United States! These tr;lvo ., lliof (,f otner of their districts. AtMl I'oMlltllU m n t Mutli I'robably no mouther of tno delare facts; and yet tho committee; measures he had introduced- - Ho Tl coon i f (tody, iKtolfa.;ll..rtl .nmry ..rV in KnglUli brmachra, UaUetuntki.. Lotm, Wf "PiJ0 spice to name all articles, but no 1 . tli Jtmtm acted fairly and properly m "otl mCiitioiieil what he Ii:ni done for egation has been of more sorjce s j r iv a j . -- n r r i Vm ml 1'nlitllwfa. ni tctrmem. KlwBftTi. r i." trouble to show poods, BMciot ttttrtninw U &mt4 :W t Attt fat njlee, awl .Owj; wen fur bom . calluiga primary orconvention, be- - the district in securing the erec-caus- e to his immediate constituents thn llS&iZ andorac and see, at the corner of Troy Mr. Stone, of the Fist district. to have done so would most ,io of a ,mhVl(. i,nji,iig at iud Mqscot Avenue. Ea?t Hickmrn. Kv have centered the Re- - ,.al. IIe Iiarircl the nresent His long experience in his btato . .,.. - , ...hi .. publican vote against tho nomi-- i nollrpsa with ha hur renealed a Legislature, including service as TITITIOJI t EICKKIAN MARBLE WORKS nee, whoever it nuglit have liecn. rule which he had introduced re. Speaker, was particularly useful J "iiry Pupils nrr mostb (Corner of Jacksfu and Kentucky Street'-,- ) , As .Democrat wo ro're.t that nf. quiring a yea and na vote on njljto him in hia present position. lti"wa,l, .. J lp $ fairs arc"o,m:uiipiilatcd that IS,-- ! bills appropriating HlCivMAN, KY. 10,000 or Always punctual in his attendance 1 X A D V A NC K. PAYA1 J IJi J.iON fi U JJCTnmtt.fc,t:,ir HrVijtiVvlie never missed an opportunity oi C.iT7"X7, - . ...rJJWk4.iii. Jti. JL r.i. . securing legislation iavoranio to UlCRMiS.Xj j O. tm fiiSramc Jb-efforts ,MB"3 .twii reads this, no matter who ho nollnii"- to iwillintj "''erkof I . ..r... .1. IlJiis ,",Ver .' for, as an intelliirent man. is hound iiuTu.ncirtio uiiereHi oi uitj dis and o .lllinn 11115 1.11111111.111 .... TITST OPEN-Ewithfnew STOCK, on and out. 7!ne, stylish RTOS for hire. DRALF.B IS Tennessee rivers, with the fl admit, that they are facts. trict and with bavin dodged a proper J&-safeguards against obstrucvote on many important measures. "Shake, not your gory locks at am Italian WWftM. AjinmcAK' Mariii.s Capt, Stouc, he asserted, had on tion to navigation. He also seme, thou canst not say 1 did it." Sea Vsp. oci30-18Mo:;u?.n:xTa, tomb ask ukavk 7 no occasion made a speech on any cured the passage b tho House ot bilks for bridges at Paducah proposition to reduce taxation, but STONES. Cairo, and with the rest Talk to the Colored Folks. every speech he had made was in ami that they should bo built 'AVIICO rercird a fine lot of An e favor of taking money from the tion . icui a;td Italinu Inil.lc, : tk i r lcet above hirh writer So long as the colored people treasury, lie attacked his advo- least pared to ftll all ordeis. Call ami uu MOSCOW, KY,t and UNION OITV, mark, continue, to voto solidly for one cacy of the payment of war claims, tendedinstead of I., as was conSKN M VXUFACTURCKPOF for by tho Ohio bridge Orders from tLe country pronijtty t Manufactun, an.1 k.,W,...,t..lv on political party, will not the same particularly one for A!H),000 for a people. An a member l.Jn,f, a full 3!.lv of mav'Jh of the War ETv Mr. JJriggs, reasoning justify the whites in vot- then read fromof Louisville. Jle Claims committee he accomplished Congressional more COFFINS, METALLIC, R JSEW303 AS3 WALNUT SURIAL CASES. ing solidly? Tho Democrats in jireciory wim. the legislation for the allowance Clone's ntogra citizunsof his district of claims "rilenj l.y telegraph or ' .. Kentucky do not need the colored pl'y and attempted to show fhatlto film V V". wil or.iLv:; 1: III Him..! K,. s '" ,':"'-- he was ashamed of his Confederate iii.it yimt oiii tu me war ior cot- onh-r- . full( InenfliliJ" - Fran..-vote, thev man's mm i,0 l.. ''"""nKiirnlinr.. .,.).. IH'W. u ...... . ,. . : ton, and other property illegally ,!,. tMt tauuw II ' nil ., . ... ..iu'umu He dwelt vcrv briefly on laijcn . "" ' ,rc l ""' " " elect ions "iiiiuiiL ineia wun ail X "'nion.. Lii,llc, m Uy Groceries ami occupied, than all of and Chill Mulicinp. onl- 'ii -nrn .... .117tllia iinint mill HUOtU f!ili .111 .... '",,""': 1,"'il". oon, and ill take I III " '.'."., U..V4 nlnrn.l for them now Ki. . cast , but when they see Germans, i,e.,l to the. vntPrs to nn..t. ..., his prcdcccssois combined. Jt jtinel.S .t.vo ALSO. will be hard for the Gibraltar disIrish, and everv oilier r:te.o ...... nn.tc:it llieir- siifiV-wrnml .... . ... .Ml.. ..,. . .r ISejs, Seine-'- , Line', I!ooh, and nil kind ..w.. of Hshin;,' Tackle and Supplies at "a b.tr At the close of Col. Turner's re- - trict to find a more faithful and lionality dividing as between the gaia. (Jrocerit and Kaniifv Hiitiplie cen marks Capt. Stono made his way efficient Representative than she groat political parties, some Demerallv. is now honored with. SL Johnto the platform, and ocrats and some .Republicans, introductory remarks after a few WILBUKN'S McCreary and Mr. TaulI went into a I H 1 ' white men as white men cannot review of his record, and denied bee have been endorsed and Mr. ' B fail to notice that the colored men the assertion that he had dodged Rreckinridgo will be. Why, also, 25cts Lower than the Lowent ' continue to vote the .Republican a vote on any question of import- shouldannot Stone and Laffoon reI have no clerk expsnsss in.. no store ran ceive 3E.dihiic:,nn.. ' indorsement? What have ." . ( Lacli ch B.'oJ.;) wis ticket solidly in any and every po- ance or otherwise. He explained they done to be condemned b and pay cish for all ray Groceries, nnd K that HICKMAN, herefore can sell a cheap as the cheap KY litical contest. Why is this? )o come the tariff' question did not the Democracy of their districts! IT IS THE SIMPLEST COW-GILL- , before Congress in a shape st. brands of Wittcnherp nud Lon I have the hoHaker, and make better. v tho colored men expect to build for debate, because of the action IT IS THE STRONGEST I t.ar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the Iot (I.ircr loaves,) whiter .uid sweeter I tread, I3ST DEALEE . . JOHN WITTING. up and sustain a colored man's of a number of Democrats who vo j.a.cj muai: UUKAULE fan any isakery in the citv. Fresh Kditok Coukieii: . bread on hand all the time. Iceparty! If so, do they expect to ted against a consideration of the I 1 have been takni"- i si roll AND THE BEST. cream, Lemonade, and a choice lot of Morrison bill. He explained the! ,!ir i the only SEWIX; in and hold the friendship of tho ,i" fOW TO SAVE fONEY. . MACIUXC in Kre.nl at ;V" U.S. country and around It world that turns either forward or the CJite me a call.Cieum WILL WILBLTKN. white men in go doing? The largo resolution to expend a portion of Find the cronh .... t lin " PI. I MO ... tl.n. .iw. ...V, backward nud still continues to We are Whole-salUMViin Headquarters 'lor al augl.i- quite as promising as majority of colored people follow luv: ou.jM.io .: IHCUlilMin ,r sta- nn1.!,. t !.....!, III oiriooiuis'. lie tew in the same direction. grades of their leaders in voting, and hence ted that thp.ro was in the treasury could be expected taking the C HEWIHfc TOBACCO ad CIHRS VXD DATCMT wo believe intfiid no ill will to the 6128,000,000 clear from every de- drouth into consideration. Corn Be Sure You Sets It Before You and will joh to dealer-- i only at Factory and cotton will, 1 think, make Buy I T i; .. A.. A. whites by thus continuing an atti- mand and 8130,000,000 of bonds prices; also the s of e.rnn. f im cur. tude of apparent hostility; but sutiject to call: that Afaiwl li or httluB PHYSICAN AND SURb'EON, Dentil Scotch and Scotch lm, there, are colored .leaders, men accumulation was i ..crraSS n;iP5rjVs:LV'0 "mou,:t J. C. WKAItN, A5cnt, MEDICINES nug. 20 ' uiiu iituuiiti me Hickinan; Kv. the hest in the market. "Wc also keep who cau road, write and reason, tho rate of $0,000,000 a month. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY lake. Mr. Calhoun, of Wheeling, constantly on hand a choioe .election iid for tho best interest of their Capt. Stone then entered into a tells mo that black walnut logs his rrotufsional servicea to of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and are W. W. ItoilKUTaoN, race, thoy should stop and think review of the course of his com- in the citizen s oT Hickman aud vicinity. II. F. IIawki.ns Fruits, which we will sell very low fcr good domain!, anil that numbers j.tnIC-'8- 0 Mayfield, Ky. where this continuous solid vot-- petitor during the six years of his the cash. Please call and see us. Hickman, Ky. of men aro engaged in getting iup is drifting. Suppose tho Ger- - Congressional life. Ho aaserted them FUCtUA & UcBOW. out of the bed of the lake Robertson & Hawkins, HianR, ior twenty years, were to that the speech on tho tariff made ' and selling them to mills along the TDILET kRTICLES 'k' m cast a solid vote for one political oy U01. Turner was copied from ItOUEUT nouons. CIIAS. DOLV.LAS. party, would not the conclusion a speech by Marshall, of Illinois shore at from 30 to 10 per J, 000 Saddlery aijd Harness feet. that they sought to build up a. As for the custom-housat DOUGLAS BROS., Mr. J. C. &c' &c' -- &c' JUCKMAN, &c, &e.f &c. KY. party, be in every one's, cah, he asserted that there were Loir I aiiunijr.liurdick, of Walnut . .. informs me that he Will nmi,i;n : " t. ., uouna OI tnc r . ji-ilia!?!-sSmind ! It would be so if any race, no means of ascertaining how Col. nnnrrl.t Di.;,..VA.i St" ''V".".. a" New Grocery and Bakery, i.i .. . i.tmmi' fc i k1;"11 kso.AiuiryBa niL'tit jbell alter 1U o "...H..., n..iFtuii ,iiiuI awiu liiat sua- -' "rsi. judicial District io PLUMMER &TARRIS;or nationality, continuously voted (Turner had voted on his own bill son, upwards any hour.day or ni at fiaJ'I'rescriptions pl7 of 12o tons of fish, solidly for one, shutting their ears for its construction, and produced M. aim over w,uuu ducks, besides the Montgomery Stand.) Jackson St., opposite Courier Office (At to any argument, reason, or plea, records to show that he had handling considerable fur. That - - - KY. JIICKMAX, tho other side. Are not the ted against the allowance of the he has "Will keep ft ppncralassortmentof Famincreased his fishing tackle colored people exactly in this po-- f two additional estimates for its suflicieutly to ily Groceries, Confectioneries, &c., and WELL selected stock of Saddles nnl enable him s keep employed a baker. Good? sition! Is it not reasonable to completion. Col. Turner, ho said, his catch of fish. That to double Harness. 2Jew work made to order. the growth all fresh and new, and will not be under- I'rompt attention given to conclude, and has it not been . had neglected his distiict in a of moss, and other fiold. junt declared in some places, ical point of view, while he had food is excellent, fish and bird It E V A It w and that the object of the colored race workctl faithfully for the adjust-i- s extra quality and quantitywarrants of any kind. He lias secured the serviced to hold up tho Republican of claims for his constituents game and fish, no thinks of both of that well known and excellent work, ho will South ty iu tho Stutrs as a negro, for proporty destroyed during the build up a FOR SALE, man, Uncle Hob Farriw, which of itself ij trado equal, if not suparty ! Thoy can't do this in tho war. These claims are paid from perior, to any a guarautce of good and faithful work.' south of SOO.OOO feet dry Cypres Ihtilding We are oflcrinR all grades of Plain, Medium and Fine FURNITURE, at greatly reNorthern States, but they hold tho in fund of over $20,000,000 realized lie expects to commence St. Louis, apr24 and Fencing Lumber. Alo, 1(H) OOO duced prices. We curry a full line at all times, of Chairs, Rockers, plain and marble business numbers on tho whito UepublicaiiR, from the sale of goods captured, in earnest about the cypress Qinn?;.e. Springs ScTable.-)-, Rureaus, s, top Wardrobes, Chamber Sets, Mattrces, lirst of Ocin tke South and tho colored lead-jan- d LONUUUAXT & DUEWIIY. did not come from the trous- tober, ant! we guarantee our pricet to be the ZoirMt. Intelligent investigation pays, therefore J. F. GRAY. J. C. TARTLOW. j. s. C. marl2 ers know they can sot them aside, ury and can not boused for any we invite your investigation of ourgoods. We aro headquarters on or overnue mem wnenever it is other purpose. A few other policy to do so. There is no cause points of Capt. Stono's speech I And Ret your Ulncksuiithing and general The following gentlemen, says Jtepairmg done at for the colored men voting thus, have not timo to mention. His tho Frankfort Capital, have EETHE'S SALOON, been Solidly, any more than there is fori closing lemnrks wero devoted COS., seriously mentioned in connection EL Cases of of the Germans, Trish, or any other principally to a reftttal of the A riiB2A.SA.XT KE3SOKT. carrvi ng the largest line Wo Wooden and Metallic Rurial thid line. any firm in West m r Repairing and "T1WM T. 7,1 discount all competition in ( Corner of Obion and Exchange Streets,) Tennessee or Kentucky. The political parties aro tenmt in snsnii-im- . nn tii with the race for Governor at the Job Work a specialty FRESH BKER constantly on tup. Ci- now divided on the tariff, the cur- - character as a soldier of the next August election : HICKMAN, ZY. . jiirsand Tobacco, of tho beat brand-jSTErilEXS & HAXWELIi. .. , .., The ninsf ! education by the national ffedemcy. While ho was not july2J "" . nunucnui Col. Thos. L. Jones, Patronage solicited. Rooms under City Hall. ST"Store Good Work at Trices. Our I:iiiam tue i. &c, which affect jing the canvass on his confeder-tli- e nov lf world lias ever lion. A. S. Bony. motto. white and colored alike, ate record, he considered it due Known. Your money will Hon. William C. Owens.-lion- . SeTMILl. WORK a spcclalty.-YiS- a Hence, the fact they alone stand ' to himself and his friends to refute Jo returned if not found JOHN F. GRAY & CO. John D. Harris, Tiixci! Taxes!! as represented. like a solid wall for one political the attempted aspersion of his tnar2G-t- f Instructors. Milton J. Durham. Eighteen Professors and All pcrnons who have not paid their pay IS l,r.00f. t,mt i,,c3' nre ct- services for the Lost Cause. Ho iron. E. D. Standiford. and Mechanical, Scientific, Enginaering.ClassIcal, Noma! Sclsol, lion. year, will please come u-taxes for the uy prejuuiee. is it not time read letters from Gen. L0WEK. and LOWER. Duke. Hon. Wilhito Carpenter. Children Cry for Pitchers' forward and presentcost, at once, as I am Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study.Bave Mr tins to cease Let colored , Col. D. Howard Smith and Col. All kinds of Groceries haras, Bides, 4c Gen. Simon Ii. I5uckncr. to make settlement. OF TUITION. bound Castoria. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE people stop, and think of this JasE. Cm trill showing that he as cheap as the cheapest. I will not b? ii. c. judge; C. T. C. IIon.G. A. C. Holt. For Catalogue and other information Tall term bepins Sept. 8tU, 1886. seriously. JOHN WITTiNO, augUO-S- t undersold. uiallcr, had served three years in the otli Keutncty. Judge J. U. .Morton. AdJrcw JAMES K. PATTcrson, Mi. !., i,ex!uston, The J)ist. Dem. Committee met in Failncali. Momlnyv pursuant to call, eleven counties Miitf rcpre- ,.ioii mill ilorided brti vote- of 7 to'.'J, one not votinjr, not to order juiiiiarv election or convention, iiRsijriiiu;,' as their that the rcaHons for the November eleclinio bolero tion is ''too short," siml that such cull "would not produce harmony raiikF." The in the nemoi-ratiaction ot the Committee, under the exisliujr condition of political :ifl;iirs in this District, will be approved as wise and proper, from the fact that a Demoeiaiic nomination now would but invite a solid Republican vote, against the nominee, whoever he mij;lit are 1S,0(50 Democratic voters in this district, and only 7,000 lt publicans, and it docs appear but fair that these 18,000 Dcmo-crntif wc believe in a majority ruling), ought to have the privilege of electing their choice, without let or hiudiauce from these seven thousand Republicans but the Republicans have so manipulated the situation ifiat they can name the Congressman in spite of the immenso majority against them. They cannot elect a Republican, but they can elect the Democrat that suits them the iH-leit- e in a Jfrmoernlie aTomiiice. Opening of giie CJonrcs- record seemed hittital (.'nuipnig" at crowd Mayfielil non-actio- n c to Capt. Stone's speech, but the crowd being wearv after listening (Yirr hi. nr o l!iritninlr'I. ... for three r 2U. inu .lAYnEI,. Xp.tit. tin. flM- .- an-- i all left thehours and a half nearly building. uotiucemeut tliat the CongresThe above are but brief outlines sional candidates would speak at of the remarks of both gentlemen this place diew the sover- without any attempt at conclusiveeigns of old Glaveslto town in large numbers. liveaily dawn ness in miv particular. In rc iew'ing the events of the day I can but tuf. lw. ' l!'" "fhlH ,.. '! gat he," ,u hQforc -on the . I to-da- y 'Ilio iivrrclK,l r old r:i" Turn gressional district of Kentucky. Out iu l.itr. MuiibiT-- t lw l.lfii Col. Turner made a brief reply Ili ,,f ilu'ANjir;uils. manner which the to appreciate. lie closed bj asking the endorsement oftho people of the First Con- Turners briof Confederate regi.nent. C pt. Rer. company, hu referred to R. II. FKKKMAX, Fulton, Ky. 4 Kx-Cireu- it J AS. CAMRRFLL, Judge, Paducali, Ky. -- FREEMAN & CAMPBELL, Iiv k I J' sU DKII NEW EE55S2322 J33ESES21 it? Asm M esa w.n. rr.nii:i:K. r C. H. HOUlllJs, PLUMMER ARE & DOUGLAS CCAIIV TOR ALL Off yiaiiyi8! TJit1? rMok'k' Ab.1 E5? ATVTTI1 A f BHGSS of Country Produce for "hif ment or stor.-ige- . giTeu lo SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS that may be offered Srecial attiitioa practice in copartnerfhip in Fiulton county. litigation will receive prompt attention. AVill K2LSS3SS All classes of auir'JOOm WHEAT, APPLES, &c Wheal SacUs licpt on (innd for itiii. m ;";..?..? i :;,rv '- !i "- -, ,,, I Col. Turner, accompanied by Mr. Arch Pool, of Benton, anived in tho city last and ut up at the Southern hotel. Cipt. Stone and a few .friends from Pa-duca- h bo-The- morning and hostelry. In the morning Colmiel Turner and Capt. Stone uieiwtl agreed on a division of time,.Sc former to occupy the stand iirst, each to have an hour and aulf, with fifteen min a tcB. for rrfiwjTrietBjj arrived put up at the vis Bame Turner arose to make tho opening s.vceeh of the campaign lie eta- ted in the outset that he had no personal inclination to enteragain o'c fo clc ih eltlwl wh n calland Col. ed to i(,c Coiht-lious- , At 1 e I -- ery broad iutmations. Tho most careless hearer could not fail to observe that Capt. Stone's speech was in tho main impromptu, though AUEXrs FOR THE FOLLOWING COUPAXJUs he also had his data and documents. Capt. Stone had the ad vanT211ED A2TD 2TIB.B tage of his opponent and used it C.nn LNTAHI!IK Manrl.o'tiT, Knland; HARTKOKI) IMKKXIX.of with telling efiect, though in a gen- IlarUunl, ;ou.; IXSLKAM.K C'U.Ml'A.VV Uf NottlH AMEItlCA.&c.&c, tlemanly manner. The crowd at first Kcomed tojiealiput equally ASD THE "" iiiuiifu uciwvvn mo iwn candiMUTUAL LIFE ARK...N dates, .. It. .was plainly ovidentthat , . . .. i i. mane a incticr impres K"lV1' Ol"no (iFi'icr., "t MonTit J.aiijruin's Dni" Stori t sion on me crown wun eacu succeeding utterance in other words it was a Stone ietor from beginning to end, and his friends feel highly elated. Some sensible men claim that Stone gained fully three ,j hundred votes by the discussion. This is tho iew of those w ho claim to "bo fully posted as to the situation. Col. Turner's attempt was ((). one of the weakest ho ever made and his friends were evidently dis- speech was a carefully prepared one, with data and doeu monts at hand for large ' The documents, howeer, could not bear out the stiength of his f Jurner's INSURANCE. J w mmm m mm wurtwwiwii,--; JSTOflice at New Warehou.-e- . Repot W. B. T'i july2 iti ymMM LOST, HOW v i j M'A PTTTl?' 4d, :-a iA IiANDSUM mm iuil j & DAVIS, Sto(,k of Fall and Winter I)r Gool.- -, Clothing, Moots, Shoes, Are. We. piUhi.m , l confident in ta ting that it is b far the prettiest and bet .election untarr srnimal we ever had, with a low a"'lie 'ante daps of riiysicnl Ilicnlmril,, f,-pi-ir- .Wci"v5iclttionofthep,olictoac,refuli,,5ponionofournew;H0W . tc . 17:" win Jt RESTORED! f.muninr.ruivor. S2isas'v;i . SES5Sf K3H2JS3S5 v i miMy-gj- ry "hit rn It.. IuruTtc, Mcntl mk.1 lo MnriUiCv, i.iirTii Krnr uuJ 1'it. lu- . r wr l.i-!- .r, TstilZ' l.t rrxtiai riraY;HQ(.r, ,ic. TIME TESTED. J. 2SS E!IS22S zart?.' .aa'- - fi., can be Mild in any market. OF-NE- W. Our Stock oi Ladies and Mipcs Cloaks, Jacket and Short V rap.-,-, ib of the be&tcfctss of COOUS, made in tlic iui latest Persian Also some handsome new Markets. A.- we sold ript 4 (Htnr .tant out clean, last winter, the Stock now is all new, and prices remarkably nua i'i.ri:Kni:f.i..i3n)irALco.. New Vi.tk, N 11 inn . , IVit efflco Bux, low. Remember we will sell as low as any house. Jimelly j, clearly IiHonfritlr. fr.'iii tUirl jrar uccr. fut tra tK. ttml tlir at trmlnj; cnDiqancr of clf rurrj , unt a niuJe nmj I rrhr-tll- t alur at (iiif' timiile, ftiirr crinin. nj etV:tDttl, by lii mem u! win. h fterv auHrrer. do mutter cur hliutclf Urupl, pri-tl- v c.iiilitiiit mat 1. tuay mil raJirnllg. HTln I.rrlure nIioiiM 1 Id tlis bod, of errry y.iutli a ml cxrry mxn In the laud. Srnt (lliJcr m1, Vliu rnnlop, tj (uj on of fonr cut or two , rl-ili- n, .tilri-4- -t , "V liiB- -- -- II .jrj. -- g- OIBERG'S SOjSTS. CITHAI SIAEQI1E1 MQBf AhMEPS -- SxQ'R.fi re-J- fj T aHi-it.in- O. B. KINGMAN, 5 ? to-da- lie-electio- n. eloc-thes- e. MRS. JENNIE GAEDNEI 1 hardware, mi, r', r.-( .Won-vote- nu wwm. k irr r Tiinware, ,w Faws S Pakker, Qa.Ld'weLl . SSQfekQoI. O 1 -- e Family Groceries. US' ,jtrv ! iv-li- j. Mew D. i Padu-ccrtauil- mi m V i L. 1 a fi 9 m y i I ,i ..-0-- -. :. I 1 - Y faets7auMrjTrfiar oc-'- " J. I TAYLOii LUORMAN, KEN TV -- & ,, P5 ; EINQMAN. & JJJ',,fciiiiiiiii C3 UNDERTAKERS 1 HERT W EOK, B ALTZER Mm co.! 1 j 'r ,V.r-n'l''ttcn- tlt, , ., 1 ..-- j 1 11 " - KMSgi era; K OASB, --- Fa ; a f.i-1.1.- .. -- Ex-Go- Royal 1 - i mm iiffli m -t M t siiiM Al-oWill-urn's- IIIckmanv. I xentucky. Groceries. 1 &. W. il-s- l i'-"-- DRUGS, 8f Trusses -- F-A.RI- S two-third- 11 ""b 'u mSS&sssSSttcir ffll S mm e Padu-Germa- ii i. . . ''. IMPl mpiS -- iWfi iVJIliS him PAINTS "p? to I I vo-fro- first-cla"- A ly I I I o par-jme- vt Wash-stand- liftimenr "4 U3MDEBTAKSES' GOODS, STOP! Rock-bottom - e. J. F. GRAY A Con-renc- y, c., ... . 11-- - STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY u If-.s- j(W Ji - v V tS. - ' P1-- ' "?;'-"'-i-- .? 3 if .. &- - rtV y; tW LvH.LBjvrv.fVjw MMaqgpiPJ rt w . - r 'iLnM " . -. z"im ' Ssrfffe w..W .!? j . - OflRDRBH. GOODS Dcnnrtmnnt is? fairly teeming ith Bright, Fresh Imported anil' Domestic Novelties, such us were never seen hero before. CORDUROYS, DIAGONALS, WIDE WALES, SERGES, TRICOTS, T HI 7 3? "S 'iyii 111 rim up ii 'ill piiwh'm in m ihi ..juajuwum w jijwirjM.AyMnrTatf 5 o'p'g- - T lW f 13 T TvT f?! i Ul Uil - - Tf - T S . nn r to v n -- - T oriTra iz3 T-- f TlJ - a SHAN JiaVo. GL0AK8.-x(o)x Has a handsomci' stock of Goods been on exhibition than we are now showing on our conn tors. And never before greater rush than we have had for the past two weeks, while jEJj"V" "ul & "t Ta a, Is. St 2r Xh rr BEAKS WITNESS T O T II K IP A. C T wc seen 0 j. irt o s2 eta IIOliESPUNS, COMBINATIONS, SILK STRIPES, HAIR LINES Silks. Plushes and Velvets. Thiln, Striped and Brocaded. SMITH, ELLISON & COj HI9 Our stock T&a&w&m i.-- S oad : T en s--j 32lV&7V&&&Z& m ttjr tmi utr.rs, pleasure, to show ffonds. incomplete in every respect. l$gf Sfs sih slM 2 Ki-- ' rtTV Wc invite each and all to call and examine our goods and prices iM itya2&!&3 -- jlpu -- FSX &4 y&E& 1 BACkr, IT t-- N emiko i Cj trWM i f tna . t-'--J O 330. or r" Wo nro showing a handflomB line of Jmdics, Misses and Children's Uldaks, in all the latest , . Styles. new markets, . ?r-s- iSveirwiJLi nrT trvi ISU1 VV -M a W'SSfm 2Si r-'- in diagonals, a 'ou j short wraps, .Jackets: , yW wiiij , .t; i.yjf E&iI3S v v 2 jf -- P.CUCLE AND CLOTH. We haveNalreddy had a fine sale It is no trouble, but CLOAKS, and the reason is that we have tlie Styles, and our prices aid right- WwliJ I lip PiLiimiiii SOISI?' ,'?' B c ir V? FM r55S..-- 1 . Don't fail to call and sec bhf WRAPS. Ei &"GZl &r u i SMITH, ELLISON & GO: LOCAL NttWS. ci:il MihS Vii.ia Mr.lko''ie IIiint-acltKnijrhl, of Fulton, jTv., aid IlitLir.::!) friends a flying isit buniiay. The protracted u cetir.pis st ' i jo"w Rm i S -- x2:-23 :K ?!lhs. IVj clinitii, and considerable interest manifested. t. (Lnumicuapii6i,Mii P.reilc" 'll Jjrown's rark, nenr tlie nepot, in ill ..,. llUiCOS IIM5 ilt It.,. Mnlli.wlL-k iS E 15U ? 1 ill i ... . tii m K A E m li . - 2 Eil! t Hi I!. TO 1 n--i ifSld ILli.M li 3tJU . T a Ek3 a isspss tho tax. and that the fiirni- arc will, g The. CouniEK ;s ,u,t absolutely needed monions. gs-Eon neemiui. t nimmill Am ( l'finnmo- .hoir nion .. probably give a fuller report next j F$ (The "i o rrJrrjn bis not been-iblot- i'nw KSii tSij Hickman, Sunday, at ii o'clock, so CoruiK!!, of wi have now!obtain:i;(M;;nV tlu, 1I0W to rcniiiul (hs to obtain a clear opinion as to i7 oi The young men of Hickman most coiupluU) mid hho authority of the trustees, but gave a ball at the Laclcdo House, :i digest or me huiuuiuiiuui uuuui-e- d now at Caldwell, Idaho. She is last, complimen Priilay by the late Legislature reads tary to evening an excellent teacher, and bears.; 3Jf3 pfm Miss liorena bcott, ot i'a ivsa 35! as' follows: with her the good wishes of a LuJ M' fj; psssg; Miss Alico Jones, of may ducah. and 2. "Site for school-house- s host of Kentucky friends to her JL JJtXlii.-'J.F-3- ! Memphis, which was pronounced J be mirehased, a school-housfar Western home. M "- -" by all the participants, the gayest I, built, repaired, ovuruirlwd, withaiid happiest of tho season. S23 S3 Mr. Rich Everett, one of ihc c!iS7 out the submission of tho qitcs-- I cleverest men and largest fanners tion to a vote." V. M- - '. A., of this section, was visiting Hick-- ! This clause, right or wrong, evi man, Monday, on business, in com Will meet in the Methodist dently bestows the authority upon .. -- . i.. ,, ii i a ,...... :i. t u.m, to build a scnooi Hinnd., Sunday afternoon, at 4 With the best selected, the greatest variety of stock in Hickman; 1 (YVll I ail(l Mlil-i.O- , b, iJvVj elected Magistrate of the BctulN O .Uiai!hollSo, or to furnish it, so that tho! (,Vloek. Subject for .licnsmon: Their prices are below any competition. (We all preach low juices.) precinct. on 25 aOiniT OUSlIieSS tax shall not exceed year. cents tins "What a Christian can do." Lead- - But just drop in and see for yourself, and you will be convrr ced that wc. WJIS CVCl' sliOYVll Oil lliC COUIIUTS of UIIV J Iu 100 in any one . , Everjbody are giving you facts. . The "Stars" of Tiptouville and . v i Cr, W. T. Wilson. the . inform-- , cordiallv invited. UiC isunce, tho ContiKR-iOlli lilJlla WC WISH t.O HilOrOSS Oil the.Clippers"ofNowMadird,aro 111 tllC IlircilIlSe. Those who have done themselves the injutic of buying before callli e(1 t,mt lJ,e. A. A. Davis, Scc'y. having a series of very lively games j !llt (lesks j ,vo tlU OnOlllig UICSC gOOvlb 101 ing at our store would do well to bear thee facts in mind. , an( tiil) CI j . ind bcen eomienmciI iiIUIiLt of bail. The last game resulted in Stai I, Ilia No trouble, but a pleasure, for u to show and price you our gobilrf. bv the L unnt v bupennxenueni favor of New Madrid by a score of (jUr comrCtitOl'S CCUl OI' Will Sell ihtMll. JO!!!lClI li(i informed 'tM. Cni'im't; io Big bargain in all departments. Come and see. u iu u. iuc games now stanu--- -. thitf fall, that two of the teach' is, KauKmc tOWn HrcKMAS, Kjr.Scpt 21, 188C tllC bllsinCSS Of to -- our neighbors of the 2nd Kv. iaml Kamage, oougni uteir own PAtinil inftt Prlatnl C.tta n i m fl Dist., renominated Laffoon for pvi(iCS aild Si OCk iuiVC aUVthin"' to do With It, Olll' SUCCCSS ', losks. and not one cent of public Cole. Wiuias. Raraace. IlertwecU. s ft money useil to buy iicsus lor any and adjoining Term., Dist. reuomina- - 6 Tho Mayor twing absent, on motion, nSriUTCll. JL2i tffi'chers. Also, that tho trustees HI JLJ , .. , ted Glass. This is wiho policy in .:, en have made no assessment for the Councilman Witting was called to the iUVA t() feilllilUie ; 0 the Democracy, or any other pur-10 tilC artiClCS lllOSt GCaV purchase of these desks yet, liutjc J miuutes of thc last were 'J in that thej expect to do SO in cine rcad, jpirwveI alaignel. raeotiaS do no esnecial n,,- - r,;n,..i i;.i....;n ci....i.,-.- i courso of time, and that it will not accounts allowed. No. 0, Mo., brings tho UlStlCC 01 lK)t SCClIlg Oill' display. of Island exceed 10 cents. Under this law, j ul0 0Howing accounts were presented. ri:Ai.i:R CouiliEU the boss water-mcloof ,' as quoted, it appears that it would ' ad bciny properly approve!, on motion the season, and the finest flavored hii nseless to light UieaSSCSSineni were aiiowctl, nna cueOKg oraereu issueu DROGS, FAINTS we ever tasted. Une ot them when made. Another point, the for the amounts r.vrsat fF"-d-! & ..S7I 17 weighed 57 pounds. position of fchool trustee, does Mont nranl for Drowry, lumber lias any li ... 0SC2 gr.ivcl, ld Hothn, : fanner beat it! not iay a cent, is a thankless po- T. V. Wallace, dieting priHoncrs, ... 1 00 sition, and therefore, lets all be Mr. John T. Cassetty was TO EXAMISH BONDS. charitable in our feelings, and T 10 XS C A R K F J i. ', . COUP 0 UNhEDl -On motion, the chairniain of the finance GaT rilESCR I elected delegate to represent the strivo to give our common school committee and the City Clerk were Uirect- Hickman 1. M. C. A., at the aunu - Tin ...... -i j i.j irfvxi--ii i i.k-v-k. I ' () U'S. jrt)iM It. ('Ji'M JJIltt tti;:ill.-MllHJilia. jljii- - ererv rcasuiiiMiu eiituuuiSi;uicu.. wl to examine cilv of HicKman IjOllUS ... i .....,.. .l!1ilnr- J'HIKIU! k.A T.ilfti rP f TTiiinn V MIWM fifv . , ''? . , . - : hojw - .. . Tlie 1st. K., I)i-- ;. (o!oi(d' Tlie trustees of the Diekman ' public bthool have bought new I.aptiwt Aso union eo:ieue.l mi desks and .school furnituro at a Hickman. Tuesday morning last,; cost approximating four hundred land will be in session the whole, dollars, and in so doing they have 'of this week, adjourning probably excited considerable opposition. Sunday night. About 30 messen-- j Indeed, it is asserted that the geis sue in attendance, and a iiutn- colloclion of the tax will bo en- - ber of ministers and other antl fought to the extent tors, all of whom ate being hospi-o- f tiie law, on the grounds that tably entertained by the Hickman i lie CVlTCISes Mm trtictni.x ,irn i,nt 'iiitlintiziwl tn Colored tlCOple. . ... ..V. .......-- . ....?V nnusnally interesting ami bar-. XJOqn? ILI r?i g A tcs3 np TQU Jl'W& SIS A.GHBD P33 visi-joine- d, u -, "S K2 k- s vy 1 W11KIS,, AU,iurQ -- 'desire tlie readers cS&?A$?w&,f.M stock ihvjm,,ono.oi- the the Ihat ologaiit lines o jP -- j93 FOB Sp) .-. THE OLD EELIABLE t V no (T , i e , iii i i Jlj' l, Ll ssWlfj'v i. ARE STILL IN THE SING, u.. x.-- i -- tiJA lo i,rjiUki, C' merchant . . -- , t And h; ..,:,! tliail tt s . ' Wc arc determined jf already the 1 O Uok-cr- -- ittcntion, and gn hCJirWC herself tlie "lair ladve" should Our j T OLD RELIABJ 5 3 j CI i3i5 A. HOLOOMBE, tl Si . ,-- IlEBIH' 1 Mimm jj r .,mnni;fti,nWT1.,,nn ,... :.:?. a !.:..i. ......... i..i. ,,w, ,vMuu;h,.week. son. this eaves j;-into-uay. x . .. ,m uissetty i r ' ., - "-- "" pich Hmr --- . , .. "" ( Wl.n- - no,i " . 1, Lrl n the County Court, organise a joint Kentucky company is in condition Klof.k r(iinii!i:iv. linvi" thn ront to '' .,..-- . . .. .. ' nr.,1 lUHic I.. iuiu Bin vrjuu, tuLuiu iv;tuo to t.hi Hfhtof wav. and then your t.. ofheSSB.&ii.S pletion. pany, and push thc road to com J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxville, Tenn., wri'es; ".My family and I are of your most excellent medicine, for consumption; l'r. King's New having fuunil it to Le all that y claim My i -r it, desire to testify to t virtue friends to whom I have recommended it j praise it at ccrv opportunity." Ur. King's JN'ew Discovery for Consumption is puar anteed to cure Coughs, Colds, iJronchitN Athma, Croup and every affection of Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bottles Free at O. A. Holeombe's Drug Store. Large Size $1 00. Di.-ovc- ?Iot f- dtrj.ii cots. &c. with buttons and 1r;mnimrs to match. , . .. n., mnt5nn mTmo. rPOOeslcd to Mavnr was .v e nave opened oin v, f '(o ffoods are only loiind on counters, CiUclioi, of Prof, w ' enrre'anond with the Secretary of " ar, with i,,.. ",DEALER IN ' . !!.... nTn t... t nun ni.rcrerenreiouieppro.nuuu,. mauvu t.k , . !J 1,1! tl .clll - Iill., itii of IV illt'il UL'J 3 nmiilf-jrffrPffar .A, "l"j S'S. the Uanaiui propnet.Wiggins ast frnrP'ht for the improvement of the DRUGS, MEDICIXEP, COOKS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. n Iimt.liaMltiHRlltlu. . Faucy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES; .,1 1111(1 t cru,. trash in this line. We have aU Wwhis u.e Charleston 110 PAINTS, OILS, AVJNES and LIQUORS, for .Medical use. yOll Will prediction is receiving nractirable. ouake, on motion, Council adjourned. AGENT FOE THE lnte styles and lengtlis, for Ladies, Misses and Children. a great deal of attention. He Attest. Says that New Orleans will be the W. L. McCUTCHEN, C. C. Our Jeans and Flannel vre bouatit in June, iind any one who aelhe ccntor of the quake on tho S E W I3SG W HITB MACHINE of .Now! 29th, and that thc cities knows the state of the wool market then, as compared with the Orleans. Macon and Mobile, will County ::ii:enloii:it ,tsoc!a- lKESORTPTIOlSrS A'SPECIALTY. :,OIS, he ruined, a these cities are right R. L. MOORE, can be found over Powell's Groceryto attend night calls. i)resent time, can inform you that we are prepared to, and E. Eecond meeting of tbc The in tho pain of its aroatest force. ' cr per cent, cheaper than 0LHer!nilu that other towns ami cities ot Stake place at n sui.w school A. wil houfe, seli you these staple articles nm "v houses enn possibly offer them. 2 ZLS cL. . -I . -- Henrietta, UorduroY Siiitina's, 7 I I Ot. 1. i nnVJlS?. " . . , . '. .? , I lt ersey uorcis an snaucs, t -- lSllT iiOllC , . . C ,- i ,i ..?!! IJ iOt 11. ftlliv , ,, t K7 . V x rir reneii' r3i' , - ... ai) -- ,. tuero is m oe nuouier grciu exceeding in destructive Keineniber,!f:,rcP the 0..0 that the , nt (MtitHoston. At least tills t iir lg-. - r; .. ,,..,...,... iu -- "'"'rlaiu .on,.. unnexi euiiuiy, n,i --- No .. t HoPn.i 110 of Jan. 1st. Ibi3. and ll.e mom.t overpaid on them. either settle uh the holders of tliem, or plac8 the inalter in th0 hand6 0f the citv Attornej for adjustment. lK . P5?J3"ir S CS pgaaf, C Aria VCTJg.trgT Wfi&A x'C - JL . . . l ...-- I l i J),-- . , Con-w- as ftu-made-- un i - - , Si J 5 kkMuT r TCfSRG aua iHA i " ,ca itui' 3 CSJEKH T"Z p.r-nte-r C lines of Custom "Hoots and Slioes for Men and Slices for ii... r'nM. in Lad iCSj iUlSSCS aild Children, a 10 UIC pl'OdllCtlOllS Ol lOlir 01 tilC charge two dollars for marriage SftycentsC1aS ie?eJoforf ri!:best Jhctorics in the U, S., viz: Hess Bros.; Giesecke Boot and Shoo Co., and the world renowned Co.; Hamilton-Brow?ftl5S marrying is worth that is worth P.idail ,.Bl'OS. & C(). TlW them. " , , , $2, and no man will have the v ere cheek to kickagainst the increase, wniie m tne inarKLM, u .,.,,,.,.iortiuiaio cnougn u suciu'e some so as to have the Supreme Court . Jl, .., ,..r decide the question. Therefore, er.) rare i,.,...?c antL u iiupvu u; lvj biiu uuituiit, vi oaiitu Uiliiuuo. 82 wilf'stand. our trade. Wc note a lev oi these :..,.t-,.,.t- State Auditor t- Factto IIcw-- : li-- r'.!i-i.-- o J n , . , .t.,-,,- 1 -. .,.;,-,- lw,.-vl'.- l . o..,,-ww- . 4 An til,! Citizen Speaks. troubled with Kidne Comulaint for a sreat many years and withN Eczema for three years; at times could scarcely walk and had trie! many remedies without bcucfit, Until he began taking Electric Bitters and 'anointing his hands and feet with Buck len's Arnica Salve. This treatment afford 1,000 ed him great relief and he strongly recom GOO mends Electric Bitters to all who Fuller 500 vrith Kidney Complaint1?, or need a Blood Purifier. Sold by C. A. Holcombe. 500 Mr. J. M. 25jrrisf an old resident of Koine, Ga., says tiat he had been badly Jumm yards JTj n it vJT oc, 10c, 10c, 8c, 20c, 8c Sc, 1 CM 6 vrHem mA J our ? SiiaiJ, .2ic .15aC feet San Francisco and tlie Pacific slope, and that it will extend into southern Europe. Tho Professor says that the earth's quaking at this time is caused by a shifting of thc earth's center of gravity, and that this was brought about by the presont relative positions of tiie planets. Inpiter, Saturn and Mars, and "our two satellites, tho visible moon, nnd tho invisible moon, (the latter an alleged discovery of Dr. Wiggins.) This is about as clear and plausible a theory for earthquakes as thc other theories put forth by scientists, i. e., tho heat from the lake lire in of earth, the sliding of hinds from the earth's suo-oas(,rliie shocks of opposing electric currents. Tlie uoumkk aiimits that it has not comprehension io understand either theory, and docs not believe that Dr. Wiggins or any of the rest of these fellows do and therefore shall await the predicted shock on the e, 11 liZ ul , tiro'Taiiimc rendered will be as follows.Compulsory Education J. C Ward. Osteology F. F. Jones Teaching Points of Compa?s JIr3 Sallio Adam'. School Attendance J. II Kin. Kelation of Common to High Schools V. W. Evans Teacher or the Future Mrs. Tilant I fas a Profes-ictstudy J- - O. Taylor. Drawing J. D. Jones. Map which Etvmolojry of Poetry Biyd Hughes. - JXLii - Ato.rfa- btiSsa .x gB Blair Bill Jno. T. Saunders. Language Lessons Will Hughes E C. Maud, G. C. D Ja3 II. Saunders. Form of thc Earth S. E. Uonlhac. Primary Hibtory Ella Ring wood. Mongobc Education Samuel L. Isbell. We shall be pleased to have patrons, trustee and friends of education favor us with their presence. SAMUEL ISIJELL, Chairman Com. School Apparatus--W.- T. Homage. splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware are offered at OXF PK1 E, and that the very lowest the marked justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. ROOFING A SPECIALTY; A Card. We, the undersipned, Prints, J lubber "Webb, worth )nce, if a it Cashmere, Our scientists say that earth100 quakes are caused by a lake of 1,000 fire iu the center of tho earth, or 100 by electrical currents, or by a sli100 ding' of land. All of which proves 50 that they dont know tho cause. 10 But these same scientist 'have 5 lightning, made it harnessed the 200 a (C It Canton Flannel, very heavy " c Bed lick, extra heavy, ft Crash, very good,... Bl'd Domestic, yd wide, Towels,--- - . j, " rf 5c if (T wish to inform f those that are misinformed, that we pur chased our teachers' desks and chairs, and that they are not to be paid for by the public, but arc our own, and we expect to xoxpnv for them when the bill falls due. L'Oth with incredulity. Furthermore, we contribute thirty dollars school d'sks. SDrawings, Plans, full specifications as to everything needed furnished, and cfdiic Mr. John W. Cowgillhas com- towards paying fcr the Respectfully, cost accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited. pleted a new brick residence on SAM'L L ROULHAC. Wm. T. RAM AGE. Summit avenue; the now resi- J. D. MILLARD & SO iWUUa D. UB4B- - S yuuuau m. lMyiiyywyfeB Urn pa J HIOKMAN5 KENTUCKY., -- doz. n it ft IC " fi r-,- i-v. nn,.' . " (I It tit'tJiHIWiipuwn .. 5c OC .loc Men's all ff ( carry correct messages any distance, and numerous other wonderful things, and therefore we believe they will finally be ablo to toll all about tho earthquakes. BncUIcn's Arnica Salvo. -- ft 25 ff te " " 25 "I 5.00. ff "Worsted Frock Suits, (bic: bargains') worth Si 5.00. 12 "I 75 Pair Men's Pauls, vhich wc will sell at 50 cents on 1.00. 10 Cases Men's hecvyVmter Boots, worth 2.50, go at 2.00. -- ( ff " 40c pair, Socks, " " Scarlet Undershirts, worth $1.00, Blue Ilannel Overshirts, 1.50, Men's' Overcoats, " 1.00, : wool ivuV, it fMrfMf tjfcribwt If ff ' x oC 1 each c each" et 25c, pair it ,f it tt tt 05c each $1.00 each 2.00 3.50 our price, 10.00 The Best Salve in the world for CutB, Bruise?, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kbeum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale" by C. A. Holcombe " 5 is. We desircjalso, to prepare the public mind for a fewjsquibbs that are likelto appear in subsequent issues of this most excellent paper, which Till emanate from thc fertile brains of some of our competitors, akd will read something in this wise : 'Vre will disall CHESTNUT BELL Thc columns of IEbe rung on any one who pays Mrs. count whoadvertised prices." to advertise theirthis journalare open to all have the money prices, and we are Will Jones' not airaid lorjour puces to appear in print m public, neither arc MfcltlNERY BAZAAR, we the kind qf merchants to take refuge behind some hackneyed a visit and fails to find anything requisite to complete bcr happiness and beautify her phrase and say what we will do. Our prices show what we are face in the way of a HAT OK BONNET. doing. Would like to see you in our house soon. The latch-strin- g tier stock is as'usilal, bright and beauti hangs on tlie outside. Very respectfully, fnl, yet this season surpasses any and all others. A cordial invitation ex'lcKlcd to all. B53FL d& iV " fc dence of Mr. Deo Amberg is completed, and architecturally about mod, tKo prettiest house in Hickman; On Thursday, the 16th inst., Frank, in Capt. J no. T. Jones is construct- fant son of Mrs. Sue Thompson, wife of residence on tho It. F. Thontawon, deceised. Little Frank ing a two-stormonths and 12 days old when was only cite of tho old Jioulhac-Overtoresidence; Mrs. Gegory's new res- he was called to follow his father to the idence iu Fust Hickman is com Unknown Land. We tender our sympathy widow and mother, pleted, and that of Mr. J. 11. Greon to the bereaved has been bereft of who in a hus so short a time is under headway. Nothing much band and a son. May she be consoled by is said about it, but considerable the language of Christ, who taid, 'Sufier improvements are in progress and little children to come unto me. and forbid prospect. iio Harness corner them not. for of EUch is thc kingdom of comer will be ornamonted by ju heaven." brick this fall or next EtcNolutlou oi Respect. spring; the Mcintosh corner is to have a two-storbrick, business To Mrs. Nina A. Wilson, member of house underneath, and colored Graves Sunday School: Whereas, In the divine providence of Odd Fellows Hall above ;and sevan all wise God, our friend, Mrs. Nina A. eral good private dwellings not Wilson, has been removed from our midst yet positively determined. by death; Therefore be it y STl IK. FRENCH, A n E2ia SI . iSBillI imAiVW S p i tmiiWy MM ad Acmdsnt. HICKMA1T JgZYi V. M nam two-stor- y Represents a line of tlie very best Companies in the United States. ( OFFICE A T CO UR T- HO USE,) aPfL y R.'T. TYLER, Prcsl. n. BUCHANAN, Frcst. R. L. ALEXANDER, Cash: ffitisl noi iim ljQaA. The buyer of Plant Bros. & Co., has just returned from the Eastern markets, where he spent some time in selecting stock for fall and winter, and can safely say to the peoplo of this section that we aro :m daughter; her three little children an idolizing and devoted mother; the church and community an exemplary member; and this Sunday school one of its most efficient members. Rttolced, That in her death her hus-bmis bereft of a true and affectionate wife; her mother a faithful and loving ul MICKMJLl maKfflABf. KY. ln M fte! i BjITlXjiXjii. Reso.'rf J, That we feel the loss of one of our best friends, will cherish her memo now receiving the best assorted ry, and striTe to imitate ber miny virtues. stock of goods yet produced in Resolved, That in thc sudden departure this market, and bought at tlie of our friend in thc midst of youthful lowest possible cash figures, and womanwood, wc aro warned of the brevity will bo sold as chaip or cheaper and uncertainty of human lile. copy of these resoluRtsolced, That than the chenpext. Look for our tions be furnished a ber huiband and chiladvertisement iu next week's "i- dren, aud her mother, and that a copy be ssue. Bkos. & Co. furnished thc Hickman Coukieii for pub lication. Miss Iioula Montgomery, who has been Mns. Cettie PrLANT, spending several niontbs with her sistor iu Com Mrs. Margarkt Gkave-jRloouifitld, Mo., relumed last Tutsday. M:s3 L. A. Rlaylock. CAPITAL, ir DIIiBCTOBS. 850,000. 4 IJcing regularly organized and ready for business, we respectfully solicit tlie patr6nagS Of all. All collleetiong made for depositors free of chaige. Approved aicr running three or Cour months, discounted at the 71 annum. rate ot per cent. Plaut ;,. , O'H.VS. RALTZErJ K.T TYI.BiTjfc H. BUCHANAN. GCO.B.THKELKBLD. --, W. C. JOHNSON- - ;: li. MfALCXANUER. L. L. UNDERWOOD. .Jff.. , ,;- AA4 - S; rr t, .rf1"-- " '. S 7 sr V JCV V, 55ii5RSsrss3sra si .L . . i