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Printing With Neatness and Dfspatch. -- A.X-.B to CUy HalL BILLS, BNVELOPE8, S. . OSOROK t WARRIN, Bdltor. 'si '.;... "mhs r Bimvcupnosr. tusa CURRENT TOPICS. The Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky. BILL-HEAJD- I3M V EtTO., ETO, Jsa-- n ESTABLISH A LAKE OJF IS5), HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER STRUCK AT A CROSSING. 1886. VOL. W-K0..-52. DEMoCRACy, - i- Ncro at CIlilU. ) tha rUlBK to IaJ i Now Troaty Botwoen tho TJnitod nMi;. There has boon no Improvement whatBean Churrli. Chattaxooo,, Ten.n., Sept 2A-- A prophet ever in tho tone or tendencies of the mar51 Pkovidence, 11. I.. Sept. States and Canada. 31 Alxmt UCJ inirtj but old in deviltry. by the namo of Richmond Itesves has apHoles. M$? ket, except that somewhat moro evenness eleven o'c.ock this morning a shocking acGeneral'Lofrari mio-h- t havn A Con.uJ Solvo t!, peared In this Cltv Ami of prices has been produced in tho specially jT,npPr. cident occurred on the New York, ProviI'roMom Tho frlclfejlOMtt'iroTcrnmnrsr part m the Maine campaign if he had mg Joans at four per cent ante lu Germany and Irucjine, i dence and Boston iniiroad, at tee village The risliories Dispute ISetwcen tlio Two Lsation In predicting the destruction of tho depressed grades recently- - by sharply re- wlio have tttflki.iw M. ;n "& . ., been an Blaine Countries .Settled. cuy "J nineteen earthquakes. Ho bai duced offerings. This bad tho effect of mo of Poquounocy, Conn. Benj Gardener, &w " Adraiaistra- - fact is enthusiastic A. is a man, but the that tfohn course of Logan man choson the summit of Cameron Hill as hi bracing tho market somewhat, but not of a fanner, his wife and tho wife of their now. Chicago Herald. x rostrum, and appears there each evening raising in any degree. The nondescript tion, can n StaPj: Particularly son James, while on their raturu from im- Tho' Connecticut Republican OST Cniroo, Supt. 2. The Daily Xeics this at seven o'clock. Tho hill rises two hun- and mongrel grades, and indeed somo lines pressed by meeting Wn.vcTOv, Sept. on4 in wagon, a 30U3 character of. were Tanner, struck bv a made an open proclamation that they5?-hamorning prints a. special dispatch fi om dred foot above tho city, built around its of common and low medium loaf, sound of Uiemiiitz, nporu to the the opposit Work nf rnfon. Sietarv of ing at the rate of fifty expivs-- tram go- Boston, giving whnt purports to be a sy a hard road to travel when they miles an hour. tnt that th0 beer production "tmrl t.bo summit is nn old fort a and dry, but of common texture, have sold has been oWanv Tho horse was every nnint nominated the president of a New York: traaty. said f,ag?oo Md, a, J,,no thicket Tho hilt as low probably as any prices paid in , was 1,000,000.0( gallons, elugh 'to into kindling killed and the wngon broken nopsis of the Jnl& yi oiuensn. womI. Mr. Gardener wu, to hnvo been arranged between Canada and the ,for residence sites, and twenty five years. Included in this specialA sew f0rm of , slander and u.uib. ior Governor. Detroit Fret a lake more than one mile leceiv-ins.hreand hurled forty feet from the crossing, lied out- g and the United States. The first clause of ,s therflforo ,oney un(, unJllliaWtclL ly depressed category is dry Green has mx and a ye, not been idle I'rens. fatal njimes. Hi wife wash tried in Chicago on MadboKSel half feet deep, or it woii ,,.L.a river misreprcse ,,S."r?,la-b sve''"K " voice was leaf. Low grade Burloy, as tho treay gives American fishermen tho ' J""r. Blaine will insist on havin Jumu Gardiner died well as dark for a mi in th0 Inrkness calling ko enemies of larjro as f0"iof our right, nnJ Mrs.be "nr .P reniovtd. '1 ho accident liberty to take every kind of fish except on!!w'f.V:"U c!?im.s th ,n cnrnost prayer. It was tobaccos, havo been irregularly favorable the Admin of its rwni"I,BIIstr,OIn f,s his own way, wc presume, and so lon irJw WLinrjr i. . happened at a crossing just west of a . ?iemble a pack of as the "Vk H' shell fish on tho coast, as well a in tho rei?S.lh n?xt "'8ht "" euroiiea m its Sunday schools. ' ' an'l oilicers to buyers; but the quotations of Republican party is iu u slioit distance from Moniiok, and as moral . ,. "JUT II1 n ... .1." make an inspection. When these nor any other grades can bo neither hounds 111 Abaiit was seized as security for tent "iuauw in u?rmanv Tiier. iini i r nnd creeks of Canada and to on a condition to nfiont !.;. if :u a rntlrpail is banked up at that place th bays, barborsislands, the i. . lowered, . . in m i:..?. t lbo man disappeared i J false scontr,". .yTkfn &tfmm withoutrestrictton as uiejess persistent nO .......IfMlfr... HIIIUIUIIITI- - w 1. - 14 II, r1n- tltl)....-...,..- . . f engineer, Charles Colbutn, did not see tho the adjacent s tho only difference is there is a nearer "nn'yivania town the other United .States to l6 i vr,...L This hapiiencd each J' !?at,?i4Mfe2Hni.. . ,t in day. Germany. a party until within twenty yards of th to distance. It also pjvcs them the right to iucceeuiig night, nnd ho seemed to have tho approach of off glades to tho extreme in- in their tvor 4-'ayedatthoPro-si- didate. A. Y. ',-- . arises largely, he land for tho purpose of lr 111; their nets powervjiai.sappenriiic :ros.ng. dent untih. side limits of prices. In tho niounu-liiltirely, from the nf,..V,! len liko a riL: nnd curing .tiiuir fish, pi oviding t'ity arint .cam pajgrrlssliPss'lsgflsswv'in the Sg&tW.M:ott .wiwiu itypCgfromTrandC,sjin"(flkgirgui)(1 .ho.ane," iaiwr: ?e range with tho ownorti or tba j - irsw iii nt - . iM V "' v lllilSX. Ills?. itttwi '" Pehis'opc Discovery in Wiscosin. . - H . whonwtlfeyjBstSinii;"fho v"5aE5.xisii an ontinni nuiuuuruuua medium m lion. i, wim iu tliev mar liso nuil il.jiOt.n)"-x.if ssta. lor inuarji nrotmd bv cuIIiiil--- "Kipa fnr. " "i; unii ouereu sparingly ! able surprise to those RennbliVnn or " rTT shad nnd salmon Ti1 jSi.,(airnien.k7-ThOimSi or Siiu. aud have sold at full prices-resa- les iaiVntt,.,-vyana nil rivers nro reserved for hand . " "vs. of re- uing lmiueiisurabJyfco his popularity. gans which have made merry trortUreey.i" M' uestruction i.suiTies is t .""'. at times Ho was for class of tfiirVBlns ot a stone building at a depth of British fishermen. Article 2 gives British chnsed nn.l jected tobacco showing greater or less Lvery thing that miice could surest orefed la'tho vast ten beer. This is so simplesumod one & is liabl ui that gbt feet. The stone first found in tho gams in all cases. Confidence in tho upper and hatred furnish as set forth nTtho over the words of tho late fisberui'iitbe same rights ami pnviiegpj stotiPd, blorlCScscnpeii again cars. , loro on the wesern shores and coasts nortb of thicket to riilicnlo for laying stress xipon it, and his Hendricks: tf T iirni.lici. ,,.,-- ... o half of the grade categories of both types, columns of the coj-tWo need to havo t i o..,i .,..i..i. journals, some tho books iu uuiuuu. mm wnen darkness settled Tiik Unveiling of tlio Statne of Liberty yet on th s one point hiuires. in mv opin Purtheroi una the tlnrtv sixth parallel. Article 2 admits the Government offices down over the hill hist night hundreds of but especially of Hurler, is rmHimiiv of which put on to dijsgui.se of De ion, a question of opened for examination Albami Ar-jn-s. Enlightening the World is fixed for Octo-Ie- Americans. By this vast importance to "t nhos. digging developed a (inaiititv five of duty into each country the follow- people quietly w ended nlifinf twuutyilve bushels of ing articles; Gram flour and bieadstuff, manner of drinking their way up tha strengthening. Tbero are very favorable mocracy to rendeitheir attacks the J 1S. slopes. The town dock struck thnlmnr. reports from tho blood is aroused to greater activity in "uicu were removed, wh-- n auotber wall ot all kinds, fre-- h cured and smoked meats, more deadly, to itijro the President and when the riven nations died nunv aro coming in tho crop, though complaints m The present popularity of the chestnut so gradual n manner that tbereis no vto Senator Piatt, of Connecticut, Jil holies were finely fish of nil kinds, fresh or salted, uudried behind the hills to tho effect that tho warm the estimation ofthe public. But lent derangement of the animal pconomr. the vo e of the mysterious fruits, cotton, wool, seeds and vegetables 0,,,,e !S "K b,cfci'd as if bxfir belle ought to give the girl a By slow drinking the German accomplishes man was heard The bficctators im- - and moist weather of tho week has been Mr. Cleveland was proof against all says that all a Democratic Administra",Uik,- - OUlc,"h nm hnv ' n'rtilH oil of all kinds, products of fish and poulchance. better adapted to putting sap into tho assaults, and the disnst of the public tion has done in two years has been to U tbt object of drinking, and gives his animal ,irtJ K'UUUUllV try, l.. B.,"tat artificial heat, as they or eggs, hides, tanned skins, furs, skins 10Juutuuu en cioarouiKi iionrnr nml Lni, juuu a economy a chance to say "hold, enough,' to?.. ,cl?,n,l,, The house in which General Hancock wa. tails undressed, stone or marble in crudo the sjicaker He did plants than gum. Cutting has been de- towards his assailant was so plainly bankrupt "poor John Roach." The ntn lima The work was layed somewhat but which onlv slow drinking will do." Mr. S", ",ta fTl or tuo a,,ovo lw,l rock. or mil bed stale, butter, cheese, tallow, not seem to bo disconcerted bv their last of John s fat ooru, near Lonsdale, burned a and . continued pi caching at tho progress, especially it is making good manifested that man of them gave up tion',, stolon from campaign contribuTanner says that smo his arrival in Ger- TO?l,l lard, horns, manure, salt, ore of metals of woikmanshiptlmt the pockets of the ago. the light in despair. Then thev eneast of Louisville, vou-4many he Las his ''lirst glass of tvater to seJ h?l,N.lnTfe"J1wnf H0 ,'.'in PwfMiiicil mi.v by a nil kinds, coal, pitch, tm pontine nsb. s, tim-- top of hu of the city, med.oted the de- where perhaps 50 cent, of the crop has deavored to injure th Administration people, makes the average Republican struction The production of quicksilver in Cali drunk." the overthrow of been fcafely rand lumber of every kind, manufac- Lookout Mountain, ffi,e,,V,1,Mdniw U m" L:ve been harvested. We quote lv5 to- by attacking each meiber of the Cab- politician very sorrowful Cincinnati and forma has dropped to tue lowest point foi erne.? ,t,,r"1 Jls' ns a l"rK'J r1'" tree bad tured in whole or pnrt, boots nnd suos, eurth from the Atlantic the opening of th Lnqnirer. n, to the Pacific "I baccos as follows for full weight packages- - inet in turn. The fceretjirv f ti, The discovery 1ms Agricultural implements or fanning tools, ,VVor ,t,le many years. TWO POLLEYS KILLED. W to advaucemeat of many theories. firewoods, plants, shrubs or trees, cotton or am a messenger f God," said bo. 'There iSavy was for a time to object of their . uarknri'l I ram ft ha-- leaked out that Mr. Blaino Hnnrti. A I'liiLADELrmA child, on seeing a negn UmT.John Got Ills Uuii Out and DcffiuUJ wooden good of all kinds when liianufnc-ture- d are to beiiimet.jn earthquuke.s; one has Trash ;r, 50 already cne. IW stirs w ill tall, one 111 Common lugs, ....fl2 aval2 w f 2 r.(tffc ,1 bo combined assaults btause he chose, is very angry with Senator Frve on acbaby for the Una time, asked, "13 that a in cloth.ng. 7.V4 i ixtc broom corn mil the IKiilcri While Playing at Be'ng Dead. Ills IIoiiii. iledluin lugs. in the interest of honst government', count of the sharp thrust tho latter :t South, one 4 7.t .1 bark, East, one spoiled child J" fiav, Good Iurs . 4 zyg. BuiEiti, Minx., Sept. 27. A cabin oi .BS'o, sM,t. .(,. Willie Lowden. l hemp unmanufactured tobacio, rags,stuffs JNortb, oiipin the it the and thon the in tho Common leaf. .... :(xk fi Wt. 7.r. to cleanse tho deparuent from the gavo htm while playing with theeded Uest and tow, unmanufactured, de eartha 4 7."ij 1 m c Jekhy begin.' Great escitement ex- Medium 6 who has just been renomi a Government c'aim near this city, wa eKU ear,. whoso parent, live in the Hottd oi uu Kinus, gips-imv ground or unground, quakes wi3 the leaf.. 5 ura. e 's, which pre- tools of rhetoric The Plumed Kni ht s Ul corruption and knav-7 fttf nnted for Governor of Wisconsin, used to yesterday the scene of a double murder, Good leaf . iwin, on Northampton street, died to- - newnorunwiought burrs or grindstones, ists anionsbeing egioes here, nnd 7 Wfo! t so vailed in it from the d.'s of Kobesot: has been unable to conceal his eharin 10 WH2 .VJ are heil. wooden, china or earthemware, book-- , Selections to n tage driver. U OUfelO Iti vin great agony Iroin injuries infi.rt d 11 u5ois :a committed by the claim owner, named Wrappers music compos tions, prints and sculptmo. ... .12 1104618 23 10 OUfc-'-l so and to drive away tho and of thieves oyer his recklcs3 language of his volawhose who had so lon:j bci robbin" tlie tile lieutenant, wno has damaged him It is said that watercress destroys tht John Diivonport, known, story, however. rice and raw cotton. Article 5 gives UmUd BLAZING OIL. as ho ba.tcirtd nV ? at f'"f: lcad, and an excnvHiion btatcs citizens the right to navigate and toxic principle of tobacco without injuring is ail that is yet Government under tluprctono of re- far more than did the comparatively .M!reIl.inrous Items. M'lewalk !'r., here and surrendered himself to tb-- ' served as a UfcPtueriyor St. Lawrence nnd canals in Several Tuksat Mm.i, u., I'lreil bv I.lcht-niti- s its other propei ties. A rosTorncK has been established at pairing old ships anilfulliUIng con- harmless Dr. P.urchard. There . haj He says 'hat two men unncl iinndn tho samo as ,Con"Paions lowered hnnil. enmn .v; n..n.i; correspondence . Uimjnto this mid placed a beavv bloi k ..; allows British snbje, British subjects, and Hretrlo Miifiii tlio .Io,t Terri .Mammotli Cave, with W. C. Comstock us tracts obtained by fraut A Montague, Mich., boy fell head fore- Folley, father and son, camo to liis cabin t the same r.rit ' postmaster. fic oa ISecord lutli.it Section. Tho misleading stitcients of the re- wu me suujecc oetween the two men, most in a barrel containing eight inched t f after church vesterdav to drive h:m fror.i Tmvjjg gramte upon his stomach. Wt.,1 lfco Michigan. Ait.de f.extcn ts the j his claim, that a light ensued, IVV! of the other ancles Limv, OtSdt, 23. ITns New fonn Jiai.d so and in it a - Win?M.ft.,iei ""tu'ition and unable to he: Acting ScciiETiitr Faikchilp hn ap- duction of the public !ebt, by which and the Senator has resorted to the deier and a5 drowned. J"'"ped upon the block until far as applualdo totothat coionv. if tu ociock outcir, was startled momfng nt' wne was stru k Dy one ot tno 1'ollet by a Republican Adniinistraon3 w'ere en- fence which his chief fell back upon in proved tho recommendation of tho ComU I.v Charleston, S. C, tho scene of the whereupon b mounted ! with bruise trovincial Pari.atueiit and the' I'n.ttd clap of Luanda-- . In a few moments cabin 'oft. c. iim-- i ... v. .tuiiu aiiueuii canv III me. sum. Ue ' black missioner of Internal Revenue for tho abled to make a favonib showing beearthquake, there live &,&) . Stored his r He. and shot both Policy dead. Dav- wasttbeiizcd and "mch followed tho bOV tstates Goveriuiienti.as tlie niHsessarv laws clouds of mer mat He was misreported. Iti Senhis s.tomach oicn..t, tocarrv it into effeft. The treaty is to hum wero seen rolling up from abatement of taxes amounting to nbout fore the people, were enport is in here awaitfng the oili ers lersonsand 7,003 whites. of the adjoining county, m which tho enmo iniposible. ni,,crtaiued that recovery was take ellisct as soon as tho laws requiring it 0110 of the on tho Brotherton f. o.OOO, which it was posed by the now form loptcd by the ator Frye's case the excuse is palpably proposed to asses, shall have lieen passe,! by the Imperial land. The fie nt once ,T.Tnn.conscieuco fuu1 in the Troaaiiry at was committed. of the iaisc. llie point was not only the most I arliament of Great Britain, ot the I'ro- - tho tank, asdin a few communicated with against John G. Roach, of Uniontowu. on Democratic Administnion Washington is upproachi.ig the round sum Treasury Department, aruthfnl, com- prominent in his speech here, but it minutes all was on account of about eicrhtv tlimis..,l o.n ChlU Killed and Partly Devoured vniciai of a quarter of a million of dollars. 11,.. Stamp ng Qui by Rats. LongrcsM rariianicnt of Colonies and tho lire. At the "me time tlie was repeated in the same language in of the United States Smb. as- JOOynrdjnos ignited. The wells, ....,1. of whisky, which wero destroyed tho prehensive, intelligible ind business- Snn.ni El Coyote appears to have been the W9iiixgton, Sept. 27. Commissioner nold-va ville. Sept ai-l- Vm sent having been given, tho treaty is to re- machinery, tnks, and about 2.40J all tho burning of bis distillery warehouse,bv Oc- nh.e statement, that th. coyote pack two subsequent speeches. A'" Y."Sun. He in main in Jese Jumes of ilexico, and met very much Caiman, of t e Government Bureau of this farmer living five miles north of may 1m force twenty jean. after which it of oil weie casumed. At 1 o'clock barrels tober, lt&l. turned savagely on th department, The enfranchisement of slaves p. 1.1 the same fate as his Missouri prototype. dorric Agriculture, writes concerning his efforts moid',.lace, has just lost his child, six notice byterminate!! by giving one ear'3 tho at tho The trial of Leslie Khnrn fnr fi.r, m ceasing from their attaks only when was originally approved by certain cither party. was of age, in a most terrible manner. stjuci consuming tho r 01 tlisha Lay, they found how utterly fruitless thev partisan leaders as a political measure. among Ax Egyptian mummy on exhibition at to stamp out December 25, r. in the machinery and tnnks. ami Circuit Jtrui-nwas the Iowa State Fair was seized bv a land- cattle: V."e did not get through Congress The iimntby placed in its crib in a room Court at Danville, losulted in a were. Tho firm standtaken by the Ihosc men were stupid enough to 1.200 barrels f oil. This well is adjoining occupld its paients. Aludy num Wizznrd Wiggins. lord in payment of the owner's board bill. the bill we expected to pass on this subject, I ostmaster-Generwhih room nraist the dicta- overlook the fact that an early result Wvrihsgtox, Sept 21. The Washington tho tlangerlnu theat one time was in verdict of not guilty. so we can on'v seeonl the efforts of tho moniig. hut heard the child cry near great While two negro boys of Owcnton, aged tion of the Pacific Mail bby drew on of their proteges' n and all supposing the parents wero scientist hare combined against A New Youk policeman has been robbed Siate an honties, mid ass st in carrvmg citizenhood machinery Wiggins. nwaKOMid nothing. ,.,,......1 respective eighteen and seven years, were him for a time the fury t the howiiti" would be the development of their inof a 5400 diamond pin. Preserving the out tlio State laws. Vn wo lleynoN discovered In the morning Mts existing law They all agTi in pr nonncng lutn aci.nk Tho railroa.lbridge was on fire several that her babe was peace must be a paying business in Gotham. tellectual freedom. With that improveonlj- - .stamp out the disease in a Stato lrove.l Smith A: Wesson pack, the lobby acting t whipper-in- " a xrson of no sc.etitifi.- - .ittutnuieuts. times, causi d.y oil running down, but was "Ulu,"m" nn with ths permiss on of the local authorities. aliout .Kals' which aro very numerous without a knowledge I hen their venom and uilignliv were ment camo the capacity to think "and saved witiiou much damngo. About that pistol, it was discharged, striking tho he premises had killed the child Thisee Fall Rver, Mass., policemen have Sometimes the Governor of the of the first elementtime high emmns ,,f block smoke wero hinte will jjnil loraliy denuded he boni-- of the ary displayed against Atmiev-fieneract, which effects a realization of the suspended for blowing beans across not consent to Federal interference's) wu face, ail otherwise principles of pa-- , sir, without standing seen soutLeasfr m thee ty. and five wells only a slight by on the cranium, making Garland, terribly mutilated tho among flesh wound. The ball wnsmado whose high iputntion and truth that the best safeguard to human and without credit among are leporUdstni. k by lightning nnd the street into the Salvation Army bar- can onlv socond their efforts." body. sensible imo. -- If he m entitled to any up siriKing the boy, skull, and was of sterling integrity formedn inseparable liberty is independence oi thought and Hoto No 2, Kbarkey, McLa.n, racks. tho shape of n silver quarter. Tho tamo btidt- thai of nans, it is astrologer. fiolmes and hwman. Run has been barrier to their efforts apinst the Law action within the law. The chief beng s The new issue of Another Shock at Charleston Woien Play Ball for the Church. His ways aie tl. vh silver certifiof tt.e astrologers think it wonderful for such a small Department of the Jdnbi ..ration. efit to be derived from the privilege of in toitnts. The thunder anil cates bears a portrait of the late CnuiLEsTox. S. C. Sent. 27 A slicht Br.AiFitn. P.., Sept. 2fl -- One of tho of the oark tpes. But he la not wit or lightning hn xcedol nny thing of boy to have so thick a skull. Here again they were foiled bv the ballot is the power it imparts to be da.-sc"U. S. liatcock in full dress uni earthquake asau tho kind mown hero. was felt here at 3:02 this most novl nnd interesting ball games of learning ri.uLb Ins., Tho The child in the penitentiary at Frank- manly, straightforward exp'icft the elector to have a free voice in tho the astiologer. se- -to th" oil t:ltist b is not " iven form. far afternoon.accompaniedbva loud rumbling tbeseasoiwas played at Uilinore yesterday strnuti'd at .i" M). Mrs Herior-on- . of, the telenone bjsipess lection of leaders. If a voter were to st ui.l'nin thed.Hir- - fort, born within tho walls to a convict sound. The wave moved from gorth to afternooi between tenuis ..r mm..,l n.,.l Senator Dawes says there are mother, imprisoned for life as a murderess, by Mr. Garland, an cxpination which be dmied that h would become a pot II - ue.; struck j u. tiniB.n-.iCninago Packing Interes's. single laies. jiie women took this method outli. The shork: lasted nboir two IXW.OOO Indians who, to all intents and pur was h.t bv 'ho in me (..li. nn.l t..,,i.. will be sent to the relatives of the mother fully acquitted him "o jfp. estlui.itun litical serf, a tool in the h.inds of d- -. Ihu church. Six u.j- fn I,0"i' Houses wereshak Chicai.o, Sept 24, Th p rceptfbly and a S poses, arejs uncivilized as- they wero UoO Illinois LIvo killfl. II. ifUianuK,.!. tigutu.ngut n Union County, by whom it will 1ms (&&iw fmm ti., snmg man. Anil flin rnrt-- fn of all !,.,ber of persons l tished into tht. Z nZ?n, "aw tlie Ka,nCi T"0 mdies nil Stock Conuuiasien "" " "' to k.ll sever .. yearsago. I .,"JlJ4?iir-,s- . Its mother has rejected nn offer tarnraised. v'w&mmr ''" u..... CU and gavo a good xhibi- - all the diseHSod cattle now deeded m. ...... . i ninirM . nt,AliUtl Till, L", . . encmins the co'ored man is rapi Uy attaininc to i. m n,,. parties: iVIiirfls!AAW?0,s..J Ct-1 . . JH. . m . The Czar of Russia adds an abnormal loose plastering.Ga.Thi .:.. 7, position ot millependence is what rKAv.'4i?i2afcix-vJ.11- . , M 9jvrrwr AintM-iciiliiddeT. l'res.dent Ssi.ei ninii of tUTtftoir? Tliov oiler one uioun fear of hj drophob.a to all tho dangers, at savannah nnnr, Camden. G Sptcorvilb't uarles nyA'S'barriJ.was do- mg himsoir i& twiprQ Yards, protested in van that milli'.ns TifttiCT for the tlotec- j ted. imaginary, which surround bis Kingvilleand .real and IjiaCl intercsi . if stroved, and many imnis anu oui nouses phynician thinks he will recover. eMeieBiBBteek would lw lost to the t- f .?, i - t,.lt yA, jtotiioiis narusui. or Forakcr and released from trienmejHBjjjjs2-royal path. are reported to havo bttn doslroveu 111 tuu the rcpoitjWent out that l.e.-- from tho Roasteu to Death on a 0 ead. and Fell W. II. Rose, dealer in clothing, Dudley, was command of it. that the penitentiary where he had just com distilleries was being shipped from vicinity or Xiima. S gnsd th? The Chinese notion of England isaid to 27. Matthew Dowd n has assigned for the benefit of his enemies of honest government could Chicago. SiiELBWiLtn, Ilu, Sept 2i. Sirs. Anballot-bo- x nation of men be that of "a tr nriv Vnurf' Liabilities unknown, ussets not permit the sweeping reforms insti-- I menced serving a sentence for o t KltTrtlwtVi N". .1.. rail drew Cbriseuburg. a resident of Okaw creditors. ,, , ,17 PLAGUE. a lady with THE GREAT CATTL without pigtails, governed" and adorns stuffing, points a moral Indian $10,000. Ameliorated. Unber of the Bed Ribbon Club, sigud Township, last Wednesday while alone was tuted bv the gallant Union veteran, largo feet.' ' A General Slaughter or incited Cattlo H5 temperanco pledga at the rooms of ha Rev. P. H Kennedy", tho pastor of tho General" IJIaekrridding the bureau of a Republican talc The whole thing is seized withlnu epileptic attack, and, falling W.uiiinotos, Sopt 24. Tno Acting A roiiCE of ditchers.'" Council Bluffs., 'Woman's Christian Temperance Unionnt upon a Agreed Upon Protfi.' I'nilii Cliiliterally roasted to First Baptist Church (colored) of Hender- the corruption and fraud with winch it characteristic of Bob Kennedy, the of AVar a la., recently exburs" ' tokciiIcr. death. In extricating herself." when con- from tho Indianhas received thedispatch the corner of Third and Fulton streets son, wants to be Chaplain of the 2."ith United was permeated, pass without an oxhi-- b Rump, and Forakcr, the chief engineer Carn Agent at Luriwl since returned, large pieces of flesh had-"tState l.ivo States Infantry. wagon that ar.dunmed ntelyilroppl sciousness Chicago, III., Sept. They had of the dirty partisan business. Kvans o Agency, stating that tho removal of tno tion of their venom. stove. She died in dead. Uowil had been drinking ratur still adhered to the Mormon daysy' Warm Spring and Chir calnia Indians is n Stock Commission bel a long meeting A pp.oiuslt fatal shooting affray ocagony this morning. traded noon the most sacred feelings is remembered by the writer, in his thankful for. heavily for some time, and went to bu afternoon and vcnnJmve much cause of rejoicing to the Indians left there, with closed doors th curred at Georgetown the other evening of the American people, their gratitude wild and incoherent testimony before of the e a'IoW(nl to "nK a chetnut meetingsigning Union for tho speciul who nro relieved of their fears of attacks evening ami disctisse tho disposition of botween Diliard Craig Ko man the pledge. of A Curious Display of Eiectr city. and a nogro named towards th saviors of the Union, jki tlie Legislature Investigation Commitnnd are affided lietter opportmntv for tho cnttlo affected with the ,jd church, no matter tew old tho gong j' long and found it so convenient to pay tee, as a witness t whom lying was a distilleries. Taylor Johnson, m which Craig shot John Waitava, Wis.. Sept. CO. An interest- acquiring habits of industry. Oiicafo tho maybe. in &CJ Smart Alecks to be Prosecuted. Attorney - General son three times, in the shoulder, arm and off political debts by tilling the pension mere pastime, and perjury a welcome Orlesliy. display was witnessed hero ing electrical Governor ."cost a fashionable lady who was so- Ottawi, Ovt., S pt 27. Initiatory stcn The elecHunt and DrJRssrb. cf the Suite Board bowels. Tho difilculty nrose over a law- lists with thi names of people who had employment He was both formally Oil trains Wrecked and Burned. iiruiug at Sarntoga this summer $o00 for have ben taken looking to tho prosooi-tio- n during u severe thunderstorm.along Main of Health, took part in the procee -i- suit, in which Johnson was defeated. Mr. no right or title to pension-- , that they and informally impeached, flatly con tric light w.res which run the Board a doctor's bills for attendance on a pet dog of the parties who sent bogus repits street were so heavily charged with elec- jf Pitts-i- noil. Sept 21. Tho first section ngs. They atree with only safe thing id tho Craig is a son of Captain Newton Craig, lierciilv resented me nucnei cutis u. tradicted by reputable witnesae. the to do nn oil tram on the Allegheny Valley veterinarianithat the which was, taken sick, who has often represented the county 111 Gen-ri- il the alleg d new fishery treay. tricity that large balls of lire wero seen itself, ooucnimg animals testimony "of the ballot-bo- x Black with their schemes. bnng.ng or suspended in the air just below railroad ran into the second section n ur would bo tojlestrov ail the affected. that the Legislature, und was for niuny years The Boston ..Mrerfsfr thinks that voices Tneii offense is mdictnldo and in Ihe 1.0.,.. .rtn.,1 or wero o i.n Albany Argus. and completely broken down on of the popular indignation over ho them. Occasionally one would explode, Loganspor, Pa., nt six o'clock tins morntho Phoenix and warden of the State Prison. in Boston are ruuning'too ranch to tenor A more pitiful a number of p"ersons in the victim ing, and iKitti trains wore demoiisl.e i. cattle now quirnatined in iced latelv it numerous numbering 2.000, will distiloi-icsand ascrilies tha fact to the ue of the seems that impositions pi actbo put an cid nnd received sovero shocks. Tnn waif that was found on the door step After the accident the cars took file, B'td Shufeidt the industry is to and disgusting spectacle of perParallel. A True cremated pr sent telephone and high collars. were entirely consumed. The loss will be slaughter and cither witnever to, for a time at least jury exposed was to the rendenng establishments. The live of Mr. Sim Payne, near Frankfort, some each 20,000. No one was injured. A mn'gle block in the vicinity of Castle weeks ago, died in Frankfort a few nights A Losomative Bailer Explodes. The Republican party is catching it nessed. It even sickened Governor stock men pretest against the action. ago. It was said to havo been a beautiful Garden, and which is about 125 by S00 feet, r Another Ban:) Call. Baltimore, Sept 2t. Tho engine atfrom all sides. It is hard to say any No ves, one of the counsel for the conHavy Losses from Hog Cho'er'. Batural Gas Did It. contains no les than thirty-fiv- e saloons, or child, indicating iu its refined nnd delicate thing sensible nowadays without hit- tusions, and vet to manufacture capital Washington, Sept 27. The acting Sec- tache! to tho Baltimore & Ohio trail from 24. Late in'or houses where liquors can be obtained. Springfielp, III., for tho Republican party of Ohio this burst her boiler about a milo retary of the Treasury this afternoon issued Pekin, Ilu Sept 23. The explosion of a features the offspring of 0 couple reared iu ting that organization a d upon an evident The greatest balloon in tho world has the 143d call for the redemption of bondt. outsde the city. The engine wns com- ination reccivel at the Agricultural Do gasstove in tho summer kitchen of T. Ham-lin- the midst of a softened nnd luxurious state Mons. convicted perjurer, Governor of our agreement with the living near Hope-dal- of circumstances, und not under the toil lick in some part of its anatomy. been constructed at San FrSuciscobya Mr. This call is for .Sir,00D.'jO) ot the three per pletely w recked and the baggage nnd pnrtment legniding the condition of hogs a wealthy farmer "Re- State, went before the Hamilton grand Charles telescoped. Van Tassel. It will hold 130,000 cubic feet cent loan of lSti. payable on the t ii.iv smoking-car- s scalded fatallyFiremanEngineer is that in Illinois and Ind. aim cholera pro this county, Sunday evening, resulted and privations of the life of the average Henri Rochcfort. m discussing and vails generally. In the foimer Stat heav 1S3, and interest ou said Lir was of gas, and has been made for the purpose of November, in France." g ves it a left- jury, repeated his lying statement, was of Mrs Hainhne and serious yeoman. publicanism Jemuiah Morniiigstar was badly injured. loses are it ported in several counties. In in tho death on that day. George Hull, Jasper Simpson, Josh promptly, according to teacher stopping of traversiug tho American continent from bonds will cease Ohio and Michigan the couditon of th" injury to Miss Ling, hander square on the nose. Ho says: convicted, and the ago Mr. Huine-lin- e subject of Executive and young King, while drunk went ocean to ocean. with the fnmilv. Some time animals is fair. one contract, made Fata'ly Beaten By Drunken Brutes. "Political parties have at least Brakeman Killed. discovered a natural gas well on his to the complexion of J. 1.. Jump, residenco Hauuy Wright, tho veteran w itl the house l 215. PiTTsiH'itoii, common with dramatic writers clemency. To this dirty Ohio, under drunken it Sept farm and lad connected gas. A hen Mrs. the other uight, aud because ho (Jump) trait in Detroit, Mich., Sept. 27. Louis Crowe, jnen assaulted Jacob Pe"li, Fourinoffensive Two Men Killed by Cars. repugnance to the Republican party of the player, is said to have invented tho chestin order to utilise an that is their extreme abusing the Detroit, Grand Haven always their de- the leadership of Foraker, has come at Haineline went to pioparo suppea she would not drink with them began nut gong, and his firm in Phi.adelphia to a brakeman on railroad, was knock id from fceimnn, this morning about two o'clock, BriFALO, N. Y., Sept. 21. Geo. AVebstcr. to the stove a, usual, him and his family. Jump, seeing that recognize that almost their own faults. last Toledo Times. and Milwaukee touched a match imnudiately followeo, and beat him so badly that 110 hopes aro aged twenty-live- , to have made $ij.000 out of the little nuisance and Clarence Wynnm, laid the top of a car by the Congress street entertained of his recovery. Pescli was aged seventeen, wero killed by a train on when an explosion nothing would do but a light, went to a feats should be rare, indeed, for an iu less than two months. It is extremelv demolishing tho kite en nnd burning her neighbor's and procured a gun and, returnbridge. The cars passed over bus body, hor- sitt ngon tiio front steps of his residence, Some Cold and Blighting Figures. Indian ueli.ks of Alaska wear a thick ribly mutilating it so severelv that she died in great agony author to - explain his want of success woundwhen tho men came up and attacked him the Buffalo and Southwestern railroad yesterdnj'. near Eden Center. They weio last night It is feared that Miss Ling will ing, fired on his abusers, mortally to the incapath-coating of oil und soot ou their faces when as due The cold figures of the returns are as without any cause. The assailants were ing Hull and Simpson. Jump had at one otherwise sitting ou tho ties, and did not see tho tiaiu not recover. not in full toilet This is said to preserve actors, or to the ram blighting to Mr. Blaine's hopes for 18&3 arrested. Mrs. Parnell to live in Ireland. been a drinking man nnd an associate bility of the coming. time ....., the complexion, which, after a thorough or 10 b.wc3v. Liverpool, Sept 27. Mrs. Delia of the wounded men, but recently joined or snow, as were the fatefu! 1,149 which told, in Russian War Preparations. The Treaty a Hoax. scrubbing, looks as fair and smooth as a snid: "I am in liwa. in au interview or to some other climatic Earthquake Shocks -- The Vossichr ZeUung tho church and was trying to lead a better then lost nil in losing Berlin, Septal. good article of l apt to exert an unfavor- 1SS!, that he had has deliberately and tint certain that I shall ever return to the I Washington, Sept 20. The dispatch says that General Gourko has ordered each life. Tho men were neighbors and had alFeoria, Sept. 21. A Unmy advanced treaty telegraphed from Ottiwa turns out York. Ilu New Sis John Sloax, of England, died in 1K37. United States. In view of fivo distinct brigade in Warsaw. Courland and Livonia ways been tho best of friends. All the able influence on the public. states years and the state of my health I prefe to bo n joke. It is a rehash of the treaty from Wmileld, In., were that In accordance with his will, twenty-twfelt at that place to hold itself m readiness to start for the parties live near Uolbrook, Grant County, doubtedly it would be much simpler to even ostentatiously invited the result earthquake shocks of llvM. The fourth section of tho treaty last night nt about eleven o'clock. No was h ssed solely of this State election as a criterion of rooms in Lincoln Inn Fields have been remaining iu Ireland." nlso that each brinnd about twelve miles from Owentou. Up admit that the piece of that year seems to have been taken by special damage was done, but considerable south at a da3"'s uotice; to have four causealed and unopened rince death. They gade has been instructed was poor; but that is the his strength; and to the end that it because it to the 21st Jump was not nrrcsted. She LTt thi Gas Turned 0a.! f the inventor of the treaty of unHarm was felt Trill be examined oa November 22, as the tion ready for transportation. should be a sweeping victory not for passed last explanation of which the A ueavt wind and Jersey Citt, N. J., Sept. 27. At Naegls' will provides. Their contents are a mysplaywright will dream. In the Republican candidates, whose elec-t'o- n Servant. Revenge of a Colored over tho western portion of Montgomery fortunate Postponed. Hotel, Mrs. Adler, of Denver, Col.,, wt s, Brooks' Execution Whirled to Death. terywas a foregone conclusion under the same way parties, when they much dams Mexico, Mo., Sept 20. Mr. and Mrs. H. found unconscious in her room, this mdri-inSt. Lous, Sept 2.'. In the Criminal County tho other night, doing crops. Two ..,.i,i;n nninion abandoning them. anv circumstances ho has vigorously Detroit, Mich., Sept 24. Jacob MarThe King of Portugal's maariage has L. Mil.er and Mr. and Mr. F. L. Gibbs, from the effects of escaping gas,whih who Court the dates fixed for tho exe- age to farm property and employe of tho cution of Hugh M. Brooks, alias Walter II. live ten miles southwest of here, be- quette, aged twentj-ninfinally been settled with the Princess was left turned on. Sho died tuis cveniut barns ou the farm of E. S. never look upon this gemral defection participated in the campaign himself came violently ill yesterday morning from Peninsular Car Company in this city, was Lennox Maxwell, tho chloroformer, and largo tobacco near Thompson ta,-younger daughter of the Comtede Statiou, as a direct consequence of their own and invited assistance from every tho effects of" poisoned victuals eaten nt caught in the machinery iu tha Chio Chiagiak and Cuio Goom, the Chineso Cunningham, to Death. Flandres. Princess Henrietta .will receive Two Children Burned j breakfast An nntidoto was administered killing several head of detestable policy; on the contrary. available quarter. It may be noted, g nnd hurled Highbinders, were postponed, the former wero blown down, ingenuity to disan immense dowry. She is the favorite of Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept 27. A lamp e and all nro now out of danger. The general around several department then thrown for sixty and the latter for thirty days, m cBttlft and crinuliti': two horses. A third they exert all their of a machiavehc parenthetically, that tho failure of this tunes and coi across a beam, dead. His skull was fracto respond is not tha her father,who is among the richest princes ploded in tho home of Mrs. Flannigan, 01 sunnosition is that a damaged. Tho barns cover remote causes, invited assist-inconler to allow- a transcript of the cases to barn was considerably 111 the CUPOCl tv ill in Europe. fatalll nrufl nrl whoMr.s.eUlllloVedadministered tho tured, limbs broken and bis body horribly be made before tho appeals are taken to were full of tobacco, which will be a total and most 'complicated nature, and least significant feature of tho whole Pennsylvania avenue . Miller, from tho neccssity tho Supremo Court. mutilated. He leaves a family. Geo. L, Perkins, of Norwich, Conn., is burning her daughter Sadie, aged eighj nf mirsH to was pun.sneu u. i loss. A portion of the roof of his dwelling thus free themselvesown errors and al- affair. Logan, Sherman and Evarts, SHO baua poison. been in bad humor about u.iisu, undoubtedly the oldest railroad man in years, and her cig admitting their who were especially feolicited, were it was lifted off and carried away by the of and has . The Cholera Marching On. The New Tnal for the Anarchists. active service in the country. He began low themselves to continue in them." conspicuous by their absence, and of Tho barns are covered by insurance BuotrnsT, Sept 23. Cholera has broken wind. Dangerous to Europe's Peace. Dead.y Cholera. bis ninety ninth year in August, and is the Chicago, Sept 21. Judgo Gray decided This is as tnlc m America as it is in all the other eminent speakers anH. P. Thompson lost about fifteen 4 Constantinople, Sent 27. Turkey's Fi:TH, Sept 20. A Iondon merchant this morning to hear tho argument for a out among tho soldiers in the Central Bar- Colonel tobacco by the hail. All tho fencIt is strikingly true of the nounced onlv Senator Allison, of Iowa, active financial head of the Norwich and racks here, and a general flight from the acres of Worcester railroad, working as regularly agents abroad report that the peace of Eu died of cholera three hours after his arrival new trial iu the case of tho condemned Ancity of tho wealthior inhabitants has be- ing and timber in the track of the storm Is Republican party now. It attributes and John D". Long, of Massachusetts, archists next Fridaw rope is endangered by tho present temper here. gun. ;iQ losses to every cause but the true responded. The dispatch from his own bow as be did twenty five years ago. a total wreck. isntisn Speakino of thirteen as an unlucky num- ot tlie Russia. ana Austrian uabineti one namely, its own bad policies and home, announcing that while "both against Raging Down in Texas. employed Crushed by Falling Rock. Scott Miller, an 'es Moines Leader. Texas Fev r in Missouri. m the Republican and the Uemocrauc ber, how about the original thirteen coloVictoria, Texvs, Sept. 23. Tel egrams tn the new Licking bridge, Newport, met purposes. Watertown, N. Y.. Sept 24. A forriblo Henry BIcvihs, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., vote show a falling off from that cast Sept 20. Texas fever destroy- - accident occurred atthe iron mines at Jays-vill- from Iiidiaiiola nro to the effect that a with a serious nnd probably fatal accident nies and the Nation that has grown from St. Lot'is Criticism. ii them any thins unlucky about them! while squirrel hunting heard a pig cd twenty five head of cattle on tho ranch heavy storm is raging there. Tho wind is in ISS I, yet the Republicans have sufSt Iawrence County, at about six reported While fixing a squeal as if in great distress. He went of J. Coyle, near .Marsnau. .vio.. ami iney o'clock yesterday morning. A charge of at fifty miles an hour, and the the other evening. fell, striking tho truss Thirteenly not. fered far more than tho Democrats." man ne of the was dvnnmito had been fired, and tbo foreman, streets are three feet under water. Effort3 The Republicans, finding no legiti- ought to sound the knell of tlie .Blaine dying Germant, notwithstanding its weakness toward the sound and saw a big bear are .still...f .. rapidly. of Tlio disease breaking it. He came cross the back, lexar.s shinned William Apple, nnd two workman, Felix aro in progress to remove the few inhabifn.ni Ticrd v. : mate canse for the criticism of Presi- candidacy. Chicaga News. for wind and string instruments, which just in the act of squeezing the last ICOllll n1 aud has spread toother Basse and Frank Blackburn, descended to tants still there to higher ground. Tho om New York to work on the bridge. squeal out of poor piggy. Mr. lMcvin's Irnni Kupeas City, makes that instrument a mere side issue, dent Cleveland, are driven to straits observo the result of tho blast They bad telegraph operator moved his otllco to a r Ax Louisville Jim Gorley shot Policeman which create almost as much amuseWhat They Have Done for England. was not loaded for b'ar, but In herds. four miles this sido of ludianola. scarcely entered tho mine, however, when leads the world by turning out 73,000 a mass of rock fell, instantly killing Basse No loss of life is anticipated, and as but tills in tho hip and sent a ball through the und in his pocket a No. 1 buckshot. Men Drowned. pianos per annum. Two do disgust. Here are The Republican party allowed alien and Blackburn. Applo was badly injured. little remains there in the way of property, ody of Patrick Grimes, keeper of the Clay ment as they Taking four heads ofc hair of equal This he rolled in paper until the wad in tho no seriouj damage is likely to occur. Cincinnati, Sept 20. catiitalists to become possessed of police station. Gorloy was drunk samples from the Commercial: street weight, a patient German physiologist fust litted the gun, rammed it home on arkness, two unknown men wero drowned Pompeii Red vivus. Is before tbo "The President thinks hoadventure when and made tho assault for no reason at all. acres of land in the United K lied by a Horss. ; found the red one to contain about 90,000 top of the squirrel shot, aimed at the Vv act of heroic la tUe Klg canny vvuariuuau walking from London, Sept. 23. A new street of tombi Ellis is not seriously hurt, but Grimes is couutry In athe wagon or bout and is pulled or States in the years they held the GovGeorgetown, Pa., Sept 23. Charles Poo hairs, the black 103,000, tho brown 109,000, bear's head and pulled the trigger. It is supposed they weie passengers intend-b- e has been discovered at Pompeii near the he sits badly wounded. was kicked in the stomach by a horse, rehauled thirty or lorty miles a day through ernment after tho close of the war. If steamer St Lawrence for eastern gate. aim was true, the buckshot dm itf The to tlikethe aad the blonde 140,000. ceiving injuries from which ho died The Central Kentucky Xeics has been country roads or on alleged lakos." Haysvillo. fc i: Evert strdt in the City of Mexico is ai work and the bear fell dead. not come when it did sold to B. G. Mullins, and,, it is rumored, Gunning Acciden'. ponderous tho chano-- had is "The Presidentover having his roans and there would have been no land for exA Fiendish Husba-- d mountain person hauled Caught by a Revolving Shaft. will take up tho cause of Prohibition. Erie. Pa., Sept 24. Win. Woodward and An Albion (Neb.) girl, wcarv of 'A.law that on every corner there shall be a through mountain lakes. In the Idea that tlie emption by a citizen in a few years. antes, McCambrick Willis Phelps, of this city, weiitoutgunniiiR PrrrsnrRGii, Sept 23. Thomas Hopper, Chicago, Sept Nation Is'sraininjr strength "by tho resting or The Holland Land Company alone has following postmasters were appointThe rectory containing names and numbers single blessedness, dronped the follow- he. his wife, poured coal-o. over her, The firing of a aged about fourteen years, employed by on Lake Conneaut at J. H. Shu- tho moat on his lazy bones ing "open letter" In the of business bouses on tbat square. acres in New Mexico, an to burn her alive, bat chaugmg his gun capsized tho boat, and Phelps was the Pittsburgh Manufacturing Company at ed the other day for Kentucky: J. RXrain, The President U taking such a brief 4 500.000 mate, Eadston, Rowan County; of a window, bieaking drowned. syndicate holds 3,000.000 acres Dere Henre Cum rit off if you Twenty-eightMiss Stanley, "a Dakota girl, spent the L ind ' Threw her out street was fatully in- Hillsborough, Fleming County. annual vacation as is usually allotted syndicate hai jured abcut five o'clock this evening. HopNed Gilmore is insistin that i er neck, SII.A will die. twnmrr entirely alone, without even a cat employe. He, m Texas, anotherEuglish Arrested for the Whcl sah Murder. to every per was standing near a revolving shatt, "f licv him and he hugs me , lor company, ou her claim four miles from shall ll F. Wallace, a when his apron was caught by some proQ. J. Crawl held an inquest on like many intelligent men, prefers to 1,K00,000 acres in lUissiasipi", Louis, Sept. 24.- -P. St. Coroner Moonshiners In Hoc. and others claim 2.000,-00- 0 jWaterbury- - She had tea acres of grain, a tite thet i can't hold out mucb railroad man, was arrested here last night jection, and he body of the negro who was murdered ret hi3 rest on a lishing trip. He has Edward Rcid Florida. The picture is Sopt n Nashville, Tenn, a raid amongst Ten on suspicion of killing the Logan family shaft four timeswas whirled aiouud the the patch. flitajgarden, and a longer." in acres before- tho machinery between Nicholasvilleand Lexing,, is wife and his wife's mother with 'orhcere returned from near Cuba. Mo. Ho denies tho allegations could be stopped. The iHd wa released midway the railroad. Tho throat was cut verv pleasant one for an Amcn-...A wealtht Charleston merchant, who ton on i'ifr'. nessee moonsuiners, iuhiuS ....v" r. him. To the utmost of his power ho not a against him. shows There is said to be good authority from his predicament and a doctor sum- and two shots had been fired into the body. to gaze upon. but is availed himself of free passes offered by ers in the Nashville jail. has made the trip a thoroughly ipiiet .,,.. citizen moned. Before examination it was found The body and unostentatious one We modestly that the r. o. p. was u.eieriiuiiv.-- tnai the- railroad to send his family away, and for saying that in Italy earthqnake inHo could not be identified. Business Failures. both tho boy's thighs and left arm wero t have a s wfco "decked his clerks for coming to work surance has been practiced for many An Ag :! Relativ. broken and tits skull fractured. The sur- bad been in the cornfield fnr soveral days, gubmit that such stuff as that quoted the gentry of England should Teter- New York. Sept 24. Tho business years, and it is possible that it may be SH-trsnthrdd In thbi country even if 01 lase the saeraiag after the earthoaake, has in the last seven days numb r 18, as geon removed fifteen pieces of broken bones and could not nave belonged to Hall's above la a disgrace to American citi- BPiUNovinLi. Mam., head au Rot so land, jBhm XW lait wreV and IIS the from bis was before trephining the skull. clrcu. .fceom fseiMa by the eitUeas aad will transplant" here, as tornado insurance .TerU.evo cud Clmks a relative uf hlrtb- - compatod with Enquirer, l ifrr'tr -- rtf Hopper 101st removed to bis homo. Ho wflekproTiow-- v ha? been brought from the West to the 'dent C eve ami, co oi.wte.l hrr x9MMMr haTe retire not recover. ilav Hcr A0sti C8Mt.jr. r. A Iowa has several hundred artesian wilt, fiSao slid., thi. Tho lIT ,S haT6 a LAiEfi. Btnk In OT.T. - -- ,.-, ... fp i 1- amount or Boer Germany Last Yet Two Women Killfil ami a Vnn l'atallj-Jured on Tlu-I- r U'.iy Hoiiki I roin More PropheBle,, I)y a Cra7y destruction - THE COMMONWEALTH. Louisville Ltaf Tulinccn SInrkrt. HOWLlNtf ' Hoa1trcelr SSt ' ai-- T PRESS POINTS. Thpj are nowcall'ng him James" uiame. Albany Argtts. S3j rTr110 ST.-C- west-boun- d . inuch-tnlked-- 1 l st fr T one-flft- h - cul-vui- t, rrt-n- cpV-alw- ays - S?v SjiS h."!n j l -. TVIl-- -- -- affi&fc.sc'sJ&sSa drlnr." r o "p'I. will-o'-tb- muiBntt. w . -- . . --- - -- ---- -- 1 J " ... IV 'HsMieT siiii wn-U"".;- vt i fc r'': J- - - i '. Vice-Preside- nt w-s un.L-iiiMtici.i- i, -- II. 1 r red-head- f.i -- -- l'a-.wa- a few-day- s b pr 111 fish-oi- l. .'I 7.". () 2.- ag-v- G IU-m- . i-.- ay 7.-- . - ... DV 1 .1 ent S jil S,t.'ls 'uv Jil-wel- Pleuro-pneumaTl- .. a. Iu, -- gas-work- s pleuro-pneumoni- n en-,- nd-join- tn gas-wor- k al gas-wor- new-bor- b-- r n seven-ye- b-- en s ar-old al sci-ntist- s -- "c two-doll- ar fall-jn- phvsi-cian- Major-Gener- t. d s -- to-da- y r sp-on- ds. I - ona"trt-vondthe-lo?r'- streefJfV, nmn-I.Z.- t? 1 to-dn- y JCV-- srlTalMEi.-..CnluU)MlUa- JH I ,. , fair-deiimW- .-,.. 11- oth. e, '"Siho t- . Ten-md- e pat-kin- Hren mam f ( riLiBii T J 33R Cook-Stov- e. 5 Nichol-asvill- I . bute-leari- ng ! I Sc-retar-y cook-stov- e, "; u 25?-- The ter-nbl- ;p tot pr-pos- e 11 plouro-pneu-mon- , u cone-quenc- e 1 . cross-cxaminatii- 1 New-Yor- S-- pt back-hande- e, e, ti.-s- 11 base-bal- Par-noi- l, to-da- condition soft-soa- p. sjH-cin- o to-du- hail-stor- be-V...- g. to-dn- Henriet- e, y to-da- y wood-workin- iouruM!U-year-oi- u - to-nig- ht -- "Fr-me- -- iron-work- m e, High-Minde- d" iron-rod- s 11 box-ca- t, 00 111 to-ila- y. I slj il to-da- Ln-trV- -- 1 post-offic- e: cum-atal- h hard-worki- ng o or-fi- """" n water-melo- I 2t5.-Re- venuo - - ,-- -f fail-arc- W. Mra. -- 18-- 5 ca '"" to-sK-vi Jr f l-- r T t&Sl -- X & T kRie? ubieSfeawealiMe)i "S-- r ,.- t. r&t&r- '.y r " M ?j ,! .... sj ? ' " mr' -- "jr ; ' TALMAGFS SERMON. A Diecourso to Tounpr Lion About to Enter City Lifo. Th Career o( Tv.- Vounjr.Mon Through Idleurs or?3 l)'fi.:tlnn t I'r.itll liy Imluntry ti Wealth and Honor An Karnet-jueal. T r J sermon for bis text: ronderthepatbof thy feet. (I'rov. lx.2fi. Rer. T. DelVitt Tnltnnr'e, in n recent at the Brooklyn .Tabernaclo took . s. and preached the following sermon on the ubject: "Two young men who came to live in the city." It was on Monday, Sojjember 20, at a country depot. youns men are to tako the cars for, the city. Father brought them in a waon with two trunks. The evening before at the old home was a sad time. TueneigUlors had gathered in to 5a- - gbod-bIndeed, all the Sunday afternoon there bad lcen h strolling that way from adjoining farms, for it wa generally known that the two Iwya the next morning were going to tno city to live, and the whole neighborhood was hoping they would do well and others, without snying anything, hoping for them a city failure. Sitting on the fence talking over the matter the neighbors would interlard their conversation about the wheat crop of last summer, and the apple crop yet to be gathered, with remarks about the city prosp ct of E lward and Nicholas, for those were the names of the two young men Edward seventeen, and Nicholas nincton; but Edward, two years younger, liein:j a little quicker to learn, knew as much n Nicholas. They were both brown-face- d and hearty, and had geno through nil the curriculum of hearty sports, by which muscle is doveloped and the chest tilled out. Fattier and mother on Monday morning had both rosolved to go lo the depot with the boys, but the mother at the Inst moment backed out, and she siid that somehow she felt quite eak that morning, an I had no appetite for a day or two, and so concluded to say good-by- e at the front door of the old place, where sho wept, and what she did after the wagon left I lenre other mothers to guoss. The breakfast things stood almost till noon before they were cleared away. Hut little was said on the way to the railroad station. As the locomotive whi.tle was heard coming around the curve, the father put on his hand somewhat knotted at the knuckles and one of the joints stiffem-- yenrs ago by a wound from a scythe an I said: "Good-byEdward; good-byNicholas. Tako good care of yourselves, and write as soon as you get th?re, and let us fciimr how they treat you. Your mother will be anxious to hear." Landed in the city, they ought out with considerable inquiry of policemen on street corners and questioning of the two commercial establishment to which they were destined, so far apnrt that thereafter they seldom .saw each other, for it ii astonishing bow r npart two persons can be In a largo city, especially if their habits are different. Practically a hundred miles from Bowling Green to Canal street, or from Atlantic nvenue to Fulton. Edward, being the voungot, we must look after him first. He never was in so large n store in all his life. Such" interminable shelves, such skillful imitation of real men and women to display goods on, such agility of cash boy., such immense stock of good, and a whole community of employes! His head is con'usd as he seems dropped like a pebble in the great ocean of business life. "Have you seen that greenhorn from the country?" whispers young man to young man. "He is in such and such a department. Wo will have to break him in some T-,- 6 y. inter-ested,sogh e, ho do now? Why, he has seen in his father rounds ot tlio gambling tables men wuo talking over any atte npt at tuo reclnm of E lward, there is a ringing of the put down a dollar and tcok up ten, put nnd a man with the uniform of u down a hundred and took up a thousand. door-be- ll Why not he? To reconstruct his finances policeman stands there; and the man wi-and some haltin;, ho takes a hand and wins; is in a frenzy somo ombarrassm-- n way says that in a of delight and takes another han I and nnd in a round-abo" fight in some low haunt of the city looses nil. ' had been hurt. He says to NichoWhen he first came to the city Edn"'1 was dispone I to keep Sunday in quietness, las: "I heard that he was snmo relation of reading a little and going occasionally to hear a sermon. Now Sun lay is a day of yours, and thought you ought to know it." "Hurt? Is he badly hurt?" carousal. He is so full of intoxicants hy "Yes, very badly hurt?" eleven o'clock in t'ie day he staggers into "Is the wound mortal?" cue of tho licensed rum holes of the city. "Yes; it is mortal. To tell you tho Some mor dug E lward, his breath stenchful with rum, takes his place In the whole truth, sir," snys the p iicemnn, stoie. Ho is not fit to bo there. He is "nlthough I can hardly bear to till you, listless, or silly, or impertinent, or in some he is dead." "Dead!" cried Nicholas: anl ly this way incompetent, and a messenger time the whole family nre m the hallway. comes to him an 1 says: "Tho firm desires to see you in their The father says: "J list as I feared. It wi kill his mother privato office." The gonlleman in tho private ofllco when sho hears of it. Oil, my son, my son! Would to God I had died for thee. says: lward, we will not need you any Oh, my son, my son." "E "Wash off the wounds," says Nicholas, moio. AVe owe you a little money for beio to my houso, services since wo paid you last, anJ hero 'and bring htm : and let there be all respect and gontlenoss it "What is the matter:-- " says the young shown him." Oh, what obsequies! The next door man. "I can not understand this. 'Have neighbors hardly knew whnt was going I done anything?" The reply is: "We do not wih any on; but Nicholas and the father and words with you. Our engagement with mo'her knew. Out of tho Christian and beautiful home of the one brotl.er is careach other is ended." "Out of employment?" What does that ried the difsoluto brother. No word of blanio uttered. No harsh things said. On moan to a good young man? It means opa bank of camelins Is spBlIed out "Broportunity to got nnolher and perhaps better phi co, It means fpp n tuulty forfnten-tn- l ther." Had tho prodigal been true and improvement and pieparatioa for pure and noble in life and honorable in lifo and honorable in death & hicher work. he could not have been cart led forth with "Out of employment." What doe that more tenderness or slept in a more beaini-ful ilisMpaLe-- l mean to voung nisn? It ensket, or been doposite 1 in n more means a lightnin-- ' express train onadovrn beautiful garden of tho dead. Ami 1 tho grailo on the Grand Trunk to perlition. loosened turf the brothers who left the Al llorak was winded horse, onwhich country for city life five year- - before, now Mohammed pretended to hajjTden.by part forever. The last so ne of the fifth night Irani Mecca to Jcrusaleiiiiid from act of an awful tragedy of human life ts Jeru-nlcto tho seventh heaven with ended. such speed that each step was as far as What made the difference 1 ctween theso tho eye could reach. A yonigniiin out of two young men? Religion. Tho one deemi loyment through his dssipntions is pended upon himself, the other depended seated on an Al Borak, ridiig as fast in on God. They Parted from the samo the opposite direction. j home, had the same opportunities of eduIt is now only five years ince E lward cation, urrivul in the city on the siune enmo to town. He-- used ti write honi9 day, and if there was any difference, Edonce a week at the louses'. He has not ward had tho advantage, tor he was wiitten homo for threo ninths. "What brighter nnd quicker, and all the neighcan be the matter?" say tue old people bors prophesied greater success for him at home. One Sa'urday morning the than for Nicholas. But behold and wonhf wardTnther put on theb'stappnelof der at tho tremendous secioL Voices robe anil goo to the city ti find ut. come up out of this audience nnd say- for a long "Oh, he his not been "Did you know these t rotber?" while," say the g"ntleii:tu of tho firm. "Yes; knew them well." "Your s ii, I am sorry to say, i on tho "Did yon know their patents?'' nr h ut El-word 1 back room Nicholas and his liht -." m LooKSnAnr! Iti3 time to begin when your skin breaks out in pimples to use Some or the Instructive Actions or Horses Glevx'3 Sclpuur Soap. nnd Mlireii. Hiix's Hair axd Whisker Dte, Black or A gentleman who recently made a Brown, 50c, trip on horseback through the mountain Evelina wants to know what "chest region of the West, evidently nimle. nt nuts" are. Other people's jokes. Evio daar. Other people's jokes. SomervUl observation which was to hini a discov Journal. ery. In wrtt'ng an account of his iour Best, easiest to uso and cheapest- - Piso's ney, he says: "I'lie behavior of our Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. oOc. saddle-horse- s was very amusing, amj The evil consequences of smoking nrp showed their prairie-lif- e plainly. The illustrated by Mt. Vesuvius, which con moment they felt the cold storm they Etantly suffers from eruptions. turned their backs around towards it and dropped their heads, and it took no little urging to induce them lo proceed-aat each gust they would whirl their tails towards it as it turned Inn crank." Can tell you the beneat you will derivo from Hood a good medicine The writer ceuis to have thought the SirsaparUU. tf you are in need of the blood, rouse all impurities from It conduct of his horc peculiar to those thowill strain torpid liver. Invigorate tho digestive organs, bred upon the prairies. It was, how- and Impart new lifo to every function of the body ever, just what any horses would do un- We only mb you to try a ulnglo bottle to prove the der tho circumstances, no matter from positive merits of Hood's Sarsapnrllla. as aa honest and reliable medicine. what part of the world they were - My daughter received much benrfit'f torn tho use brought. It should be known to all of Hood's Sarsaparllla a an excellent tonic after a protracted attack of bronchial drivers of horses with what reluctance ADAM. ,'ew Hartford. Conn. pneumonia. F. II. these aipnialo face a storm or even a 1 can not find word stronc ononsh to expres chilling wind It may be quite reason- my feeling In favor of Hi)od's 3rHparilla. It ha every thine fur mc. curing mo of dypcpsla able to drive before tho wind on a done with which I had suffered many years." Mas. S. M stormy day. when it would be poitivc BEEDE, Marblehend, Mass. -cruel to go over the road in tho oppoI have used Hood's Sarsaparllla for a In my family several years, and can no! site direction. It is convenient to know this habit of ipk too highly of It." J. K. COUJs, Plqua, O. the horse iu case an animal has strayed away during a storm or a high wind. Jt will be found to havo gone m the di- Sold by all druggists. II; six for 15. Made only by C. I. HOOD A. CO, Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass. rection of the wind. The habit of the sheep is just the conIOO Doses Ono Dollar trary. This animal steadily faces the storm, holds its head well up. and is inDR, JOHN BULL'S clined to move forward. No domestic animals give their keepers o much trouble by wandering oil" in stormy and boisterous weather as do sheep; but the shenhcrds are saved much of the trnnhln FOR THE CURE OF they might have in finding their iloekjj uy iuaKiiig soarcn m a oirecuon against the wind. This instinctive action of horses and sheen is common to all Or CHILLS and FEVER, breeds, and is inherited from their undo AND ALLJV1ALAR1AL DISEASES. nie.stiented nivvoiiit.or.s Whatever inn i - rs have been the origin of thosu habits, we Tho proprietor of this celebrated modicine can turn a knowledge of the facts to jastly claims for it a superior.ty ever all remrood account in rivin? our horses more edies ever offered to the pnhhc for tho SAFE, m s SENSITIVE ANIMALS. 1 'M '.. 'V 3 ' j: No Words of Our v I r "ven vu ur, "al4 rnvonti Prvcrinin I Bono week, I could walk all orerthe u'oor.L t RaSTITf!PC S"1111 l cou'd Bet intoawaon an ride two 51m SuMMHiMHTTirT-n- l out ill tho iliwir.viinl fnr civ timntv. . the 'lavoritc Prescription ' two weeks, I rode iT'n waioitcn miles; my neljthbors were alf surprised to seo mun nnd Jnj; ntiout iiml helping to do my housework, after .'torioJitr A iynsiiu'o3T".-?,.AT?'.f.s,,,''?,u?.V'i'Hirritc- 6 U IIUfnAfl O limns pis BEH! Tlev.SiD -ET C.Davis, Cfll(n,3ffc7il5an. writes: i..J blooj-purifie- r Hood's Sarsaparilla and tlio hwt one told my husbund that 1 woul never boble to do my housework any mni-c- . I am thankful to mv riruBiat I wrote "to vou. for I nan Binicrtti irom ine&d'utll iemaia 1 had almost given up in despair." F?.,r3-F- - wox. Friendship,' X. 5- -, : .. I I had been badlr troded or fii o or six with lemale weakness and terrible pains oss the email of my back and pit of the gtnich Pain. Threo tKittles Ilt-- Dr. Pierce's Favnnt. nrin. of ythn an nnl m.a f tion nntiul uu vureu me J"ll pletely, to my great joy.' wltti thirteen or the bct phyxiclnut Me coiilYuct jTtSbleI jt-.t- re .f .cn1t Tio thA irwot tTATUl TniOll has been nccomphsbeU in her case by tho use or 3our proprietary medicine?- - "When she bepnn euo imiwiimii to tauo tnem, in January iiwi, h.--i wuw uv. w- uva nun. " dure tne least jar, coiuu wane out. a very ic could stay up onlv nbout thirty minutes at a time. Now the not on only slta up almost the entire day. but can walk around, call any her neighbors, two nnd threo blocks away, and r.ot feel kept tier injurious effects at all. When we consider that she had -lieu tne preater pan i im: nine u. teen montlis. and would lose repeatedly the advance sho had made, her process now seems marvelous. We had almost lost confidence practitioners, and advertised remej For Mohths. j in medical have found in your Dr. Pierce dies, but rit - "ImsTI TgeiTiiusi m vuf s w sssssss properties needed, and which wo believe will brinff about complete and final recovery." ! I'rrscripiion iinu 1 cucu a u 11 fcGEBFtt u BQVViA n ana m tmarm ssn ssu Tys iuBiiiiiye nigBiiCG rj IMi, sssi sssi r. m svi - & Sfflls Tonic Sin FEVER and ACUE -- rational care and treatment. Conijutnion. Youth's CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT euro of Ague nnd Fever, or Chills and Fever, wheth- Carrier Pigeons in Europe. f h-r- e e, car-drive- rs night." s 3 - V -- Edward tands at his now place all day so homesick that at any moment he could have cried aloud if his pride had not suppressed every thing. Here and there a tear he carelessly dashe 1 off as thou h it were from influenza or a cold in the heitl. But somo of you know how a voung man feels when set down in a city of strangers, thereafter to fight his own b.ittles, ami no one near by seeming to enre whether he lives or dies. l'io center of n desert, a month's journey to the first settlement, is Why this sermon? I have made up my not much moro solitary. mind that our city lifo i3 destroying too But that evening, as the hour for closing many young men. Thero comes in evry has come, there are two or three young September and October a largo influx men who sidle up to Edward and ask him those f"iir ixleen nnd tivpii how ho likes the city, and w here be exyears of age, and New York and Brookpects to go that night, and if he woul lyn damn nt least a thousand of ttiem like them to show him the sights. He every jear. The," are shoveled on and thanks them, and says he shall have to down with no more compunction than that take some evenings for unpacking with which a scoops the anand making arrangements, as he had thracite into a dark cellnr. What uitn just arrived, but says that after awhile he the wine-cn- p and the gambler's dice, an 1 will ba glad to accept their company. Afthe scarlet enchantress no young man, ter spending two or three evenings in his without the grace of God, is sifi ten mill- - I boarding-hous- e room, walking up und utes. down, looking at the bare wall or an old There is much discussion about which is chrcmo hung there at the time that relig-ou- s the worstcity of tho continent. Some say newspapers by such prizes advanced New York, somo say Now Orleans, somo their subscription lists, and after an hour say Chicago, some say St. Louis. Whnt I toying with the match-bo- x and ever and have to say is, you can not make inn it anon examining his watch to see if it is comparison between the infinites, and u time to retire and it seems that ten all our cities tbett uiptatiou teems infini o. o'clock at n ight or even nine o'clock will We keep a great many mills never come he resolves to accept the day No and night. chaperoning of his new frionds at tho or cotton-millNot mills of corn or store. wheat, but mills for grinding up nun. The following night they are all out toSuch are all the licensed nnd gether. Although his salary is not large, unlicens-d- . Such are nil the gamll tig he is quite flush with pocket money, which saloons. Such are nil tho houses of inthe old folks gave him after saving by for famy. And wo do all the work aciording some time. He can not be mean, and to law, and we turn out a new gi ist every these friends are doing all this for his hour, anil grind up warm hearts and clear pleasure, and so he pays the bills. At the I n heads, and the earth about n t ider-udoor of places of enchantment his comnot more saturated w ith the beverage limn panions can not find the change, and they the ground about all these accidentally fall behind just as the ttckot institutions is saturated with Mie office Is approached, or they say they Mood of victims. Wo say to Long Island will make it all right, and will themselves neighborhoods nnd villages: pay the next time. Edward, accustomod "Send us more supply." to farm life or village life, is dazed and And to Westchester nnd Ulster nnd nil enchanted with the glitter of spectacular tho other counties of New Yo. k: sin. Plain and blunt iniquity Edward "Send us more men and women to put would have immediately repulsed, but sin under tho wheels." accompanied by bewitching orchestra; Give us full chance and we would grind sin amid gilded pillars and gorgeous upnp in tho municipal mill five bundled a holstery; sin arrayed in all the attracday. Wo havo enough machinery; we tions that the powers of darkness in comhave enough men who can run them. bination can arrange to magnetize a Gives us more homes to crush; give yonng man, is very differeut from sin in more parental hearts to pulvotir.?! its loathsome and disgusting shape. Put into the hopper ull the wardn.bei But after a lew nights being very late and the family Biblrs, and the livelihood' out, he says: of wives and children. Give us more, ma"I must stop. My purse won't stand this. terial for thee mighty mills, which nre My health won't stand this. My reputawet with teirs nnd sulphurous with woe, tion won't stand this." nnd trembling with the enrthquakes of nu Indeed, one of tho business firm rno incensed God, who will, unless our cities night from liispiivat" box, in which ne repent, cover us up as quick nnd as drep applauded a play, in which at i u s and as in August of the year 70 Vesuvius phraseology occurred, which tak or nvnlnnrhed Herculanaum. in his own parlor would hive caused O, man and woman, ponder the path ol him to shoot or stab the ncfo- - on the sp thy feet! .v'ee which way you are going. d from his box sees in a Will you have the desti iv of Edward or cheaper place the new clerk of his store, Nicholas? On this sacramental day, when and Is led to ask questions as tobis 1ml its. tho burnished chalices stand in the presand wonders how, on the alalsy the house ence of the people, start fro n the foot of pays him, he can do as he E I ward, the cross for usefulness nnd Ilenwn. Pluto recorer his physical vigir anl his tarch tells us that nfter Cn'iar was dnin. finances, stopped awhile an i spent a few and his twenty three wounds had t een more evenings examining the chromo on displayed to the people, arousing an unthe wall and counting the matches in the controllable excitement, nnd the match-loor goes down into the board body of the dead conqueror, parlor to hear tho about ing to ancient customs, had the other boarders or a discourse on the tho funeral pile, and tho been put up-insufficiency of the table fare considering flames arose, people ntsho I up. took fi ora the price paid the criticism in the blazing moss torch s with which th-proportion as the pavs little ran through the city, crying the glory or is to leave unceremoniously the assassinated ruler, and tho li.mie (.' and pay nothing at all. On this sniTiim-nthis assassinators. "Confound it!" cried the young man, "I day, when the five bleeding wounds, of can not stand this lifo nnv longer, and I Christ your King, nre shown to you, and must go out and see the wo 1." strength." the fires of his earthly suffering b!nz- beThe A tne. young men an I o'hers of a Come, let us measure Nicholas around fore your imagination, each one of growing acquaintanc ev.r reidy to es- the head. As many inches of any take a torch and star;, It nvenwnrd a cort him. There is never any lnck of such other intelligent man. Let brain as torch with light for your-el- f nnd lilii us guidance. If a man wants to go the whole him around tho heart. It is so measure for others; for tho raca that sTart at tho large t at round of sin, hi can find plenty it takes in all the earth and all cross ends at tho throne. While tin the to take him. a whols reiti notit who ens. Measure him around the purse.heav- twenty-thro- e wounds of Cnssar wrought He know the way. But a le.- nwhiln j has ni..re ioom tes than of nothing but the consternation of the peoEdward's motjev is all gens. He hns re- - these who on that Monday, September 20, ple, from the five wounds of our Conqtiern? ceived bl salary Rguin and ngatti, u it came in nu any of the railroads trar.sfo-ralnj- r pjwer to mnkj from there flows a wn peiifc lefore lie pot il, l.or n.i!n j u. in. n' i,iij east una wtit, i all tho uncounted millions who will aucl ..IK I WM flUU I U th. H.LUU fttttfaoc !rti J ft IWtlo it, forvr buppy and forsfer 1 high-price- de. x, iug-hcu- se go-s.- wet-er- r fault-Aid- er 1 wrong track." The oil father goes hinting him from place to plac, and come suddenly upon him the night m a plucof abandonment. Ihe fath?r ns: "My s jit, c.iint w.th nn. Your mother has sent mo t brin ; you lioui . I hear you a out of imnoy and good clothes, and .on know a long as we live joucftii have a home. C'i.e right away," he says, putting his haul on the young mini's shoulder. In an inry tone Edward replies: "Take our hands off me! You mind your own business! I ull do as please! Tako your hands ofT nu or vull striko you down! You go you way and I will go mine!'' That Saturday night, oi rather Sunday morning for it is by this true two o'clock in the morning tho fathei goes to theciiy home of bis son Nicho1n,and rings the bell, and rings again anl again, and it soeins as if no answer vculd be given; I ut, after awhile, a v, iudtw is hoisted and a voice c ies: "Who's thsre?" "It is me." says the old nan. "Why. father, is lhatyoi?" In a minute the door is opened and the son says: "What in theworld brought you to the city at this houi of tie night?" "Oh! Edward has bron;ht ine here. I feared your mother would go stark crazy not hearing from him. and I find out that it is worse with him than 1 expected." had not the "Yes," said Nicholas, heart to write yeu any thivc rtoutit. I have tried my best with blm andall in vain. But it is nfrer two oclock,"Jays Nicholas to his father, "and I wilLtake t vou to a bod." On a comfortable couch In that home the old father lies down coax.ng sleepor a few hours, but no sleep eome.s. Those house is it? That of his son N'c olas. The fact is that Nicholas, sooa after coming to the city, became indispensablo to the commercial establishment whero lie was placed. Ho knew what few persons know, that in all departments of business, and mechanism and art there is a surplus of peapla of ordinary application and ordinary diligence; there ts a great scarcity, and always has been a greai scarcttv, oi people wno excel. Plenty of people to do things poorly or tolerably well, but very few clerks, or business men or mechanics who can do splendidly well. Appi etdating this, Nicholas hnd resolved to do so grandly thnt the business firm could not do without him. Always at his place a little after every hoity had gone. As extremely polite to those who decltno purchasing as to those who made large purchases. He drank no wine, for he saw IS was the of multitudes, and when any one asked him to tak? something, he said "No" with the peculiar intonation that meant no. His conversation was always as pmo as if his sisters had been listening. He went to no place of amusement where be would be ashamed to die. Ho never bet or gambled, even at a church fairl When he was at the boarding-housafter he had got all tho artistic development ho cculd possibly receive from the chromo en the wall, he began to study that which would help him to promotion study penmanship, study biographies of successful men; or wint forth to place of innocent amusement, and to Young Men's Christian Associations, and was uot ashamod to be f ju'nd at a church Ho rose jfrcm position to position, and from one salary to another Only five years in town and yet he has rented his own houso or a ui;o of rooms, not very large, but a home lirge enough in its happiness to be a type of Heaven. In the morning, as tho old father, with in hand, comes crying down stairs to the table there are four persons, one fot each side; the young man, and opposite to him the best blessing that a God of infinito goodness can bestow, namely, a good wife, and on another side, the high clnir filled with dimpled and rollicking glee, th it mskos the grandfather opposite smil outsi le while he has a broken heart within. 4 Well, as I snid, it was Sabbath, and VI IioIhs and his father, knowintr that there is no place so appropriate for n troubled soul as the ! ti,o of God; find their way to church. It is conimuiioh day, and what is the old man's surpiisj to see his son pass down the aisle with one of the silver chalices, showing him to be a church official. Tue focr was that Nicholas frini the start in city life honored God. nndGod had honored him. When the first wave of city temptation struck him he had felt the need of divine guidance and divino protection, and in prayer had sought a heart, and had obtained that mighti-.totaarmor, that mightiest of all protection, that mightiest of oil reinforcements, the mulliootent and omipolent grace of God, and you might as well throw a thistle down against Gibraltar, g to destroy it, as with all the combined temptations of earth and hell try to overthrow a young man who can truthfully say: "God is inv rf.,nnd 1 1 Carrier pigeons have long been an object of attention to the (.overnmo-itsoGermany and France. In this latter country the Minister of War lately directed a census of tho carrier pigeons "Yes: intimately." at Standing with you at tho fork of the to bo made, when it appeared that road something makps m think that .f Lille there wcro,S,OM, at lfotihaix, LV OiKl; at tho little town of Wattrelos, in I sot before the people tti teun ai of tho two roads they will aV f them the Department of the Xord, there are take the light one. Tlmre arc befoio no :,000. partly belonging to priate individuals, partly to societies who endeavor in this house ami in the iiivi-ill- audieiK-to improve the quality of the birds. back of this for journalism has gen givou me every week full oppirtu-nit- y Attention is paid to the birds chiellv in to address thi paoplj in all the (owns tho manufacturing districts of the East and cities of Christendom I say, in lie and North. In Germany the War Devisille and invisible nu lieneo there a ro partment has 0,000 pigeons. There arc many who havo not fully made up their about one hundred asocial on that minds which road to take. "(oni with have about 15,000 bird-- . Indepmdenth us '."cry nil the voices of righteousness. of business messages there are frequent. to-do Ks refers to the entire Western and Southern country to bear hint testimony to tho truth of the assertion that in no caso whatever will it fail to euro if the directions are strictly followed nod carried oat In a great many cases a single dose has been sufficient for a cure, and whole fam.liee havo been cured by a single bottle, with a perfect rcstorat on of tho general health. It is however, prudoat, and in every case moro certain to cure, if its uso is continued in smalls: doses for a weak or two after tho disease hai been checked, moro especially in ciliicuH anc cases. Ustally this medicine will not require any aid to koep the boweli in good order. Should tho patient, however, require a cathartic medicine, after having taken three or four doses of tho Tonic, a a ngledoae of KENT'S VEGETABLE FA1ULY PILLS wil' b sufficient. USE no other mlL Price, S1.00 per Bottle; Six Bottles for 85. long-standi- er of short or long standing. Many times women call upon their family phygJcianone with dysjtepsla. nnother with palpitation, another with backache, or g nd indiherent witli and v rvoinn's. iiuoth r.li-'- n.pain here and there, nudin thN7. .',. thev.. ill pret. nt alike to themselves ... Iu.their .ilin In rpolltv f hjr nffl . .; I c.inl. fnH .t.tnt. l.n .I.c.hic ll'tir. ..Tlr.ttf nnri knn. sician Is iirnorant of the cause of suCcrlnff. he encourages his practlco .... .mruaf.ipthi. Hotnv tMntnipnt nnil other comnlicatlous mode. A proper medicmo directed fo the cause woalj poiaps havo entirely removed the disease, thereby instituting comfort instead - r.v4vna,vu iUMVl - iswsuna VaTIL"lTl Ji of r. V. 5IORGAK,yearsXciccarne. Xfncnln Co.. ai;o i was a uraiuiu " rciualo XX'oakncsfi Curcd.-jr.SAti-.n "Do bav: "I'lve horn merino troubles. Jinving ex- jLovelv, Greenfield. Adair C. Jr,r wrifs; PiKiten. 51. D. D(ar Sir "iraafn-bc- -i I IVriUICC "Bhaustcd the skill of three Phvarniacoin-nlonBHais'kln- ff ill t plotcly d'courajrcil, ami l.nvinir trir"liirJi almost I i FilL j it number of yew. I every uii ltlifh-1um him ivn.v nn? lKtui aimcuiLy croes mo nwiu ' Iloilrlv n hnmlroil iviiiuu. in rkiii. L .1 ..n..r. .r.4 .! 1 II il.llmiM ' .. nl Dr. Pierce's 'FavoriteinPrescription and usinjr the local treatW fll lilt lMri'f!r r. nnn..l. Uma n.illlv i.ll,.Ml ment reeommendtHl hia Common Sense Medical Adiscr iv I nccortliner stnt for your I commenced to improve at once. In three months I was yijinj mi1 to fc.Mii! for our imilii-iiiA.H jser.'Mx Ix.tiios f your ' Golden JlgLj pisiovtry, cured, nnd have had no trouble since. I wrote a letter to my family paper, brielly mentioning how my health had been fi of tour I ii.inte sLsc vlid of vour Pleasant nnd Uti.-I llrst btyan usini: Puivitivo IVII-t- s.' tolcould not rotored. and ollerins to sead the afull particulars to anyone writ-I stand on my Krt. In ninety days 1 couIU wailTmile. and do ing me for them, anil UicUk-Uv- j ttamjted envelope for replv. Iflit h'uisiw .rk: whilst n six moniha I wo.iiLrV.w. ,. have received over four hundred letters. In reply, I have deand myhmlih has remnluoil ivrfect ever since i reooinmcnii scribed my case and the treatment used, and nave earnestly " ',"" my nuvvur i ko ana ban your "au-ti.- -r ndvised thorn to 'do likewise. Irom a preat many I 1km c reto friend. Twd of our most pronacht physiiiaus ceived second letters of thanks, statins that they had commenced wno have your smnit w,k "The required for sent the eso the use of ' Favorite Prescription,' had the local treatment so fully Advwer.; pronounce it tho best family the ' 5Iolical Adviser,' and hud applied they book and plainly laid down therein, and were much better already." easy-gointl nj.wui ie ri b rt tj u mt v&wiatr& asj aa hbh it - . tsal ftooasl ul Id :rG K 1 1 T jxr-fect- ' '"", n-a- .l ""."" '"; JSr Sl-5- 0 Truniioitial S fi I KOUSaHD ArT- - cIAIl,0rLI-V- E timw "HI5 T,.... ' ..".", ia;.o. t ; ..torn., - ...r...ju ; UilU 1 "vt: ".:'..:: , Itau " in.1. I am icrfp.fH-- ntmi l . JS .nn ui. iKi. .. that had tri'iiim-- l mi l.ir j 1.12 ..u iwj ...a. H... ... t" iiovernovln- ' :.l. mi and Knit.tu !. t.jwards you, my tongue ejentt-w- , ; I i .r"A".? i.Jlvnts. ''''w.X.S, writes: nnd "SV.B.V.PiEitir, Hiousana pv..T 1 t PallTuhI Eimilar casoa. LJ!!J -- ." can dr.i- L of odport, X. 1 had sum red for three yean, froa "femalo ivmic-iicwas ffreatly emaeiatwl an " all run down " as Rtw-it, and Dr. "Fanrite and "Golden Mthcal Discovery " pmmptly cured her, us they ho thousands of r. va X n'""''J ""'"" 3 Mrs. Hen'rt Patterson, of JVv Yorh Citu. 3T0BS g writes: "I had Utii under nn eminent phy- PlIlll. 3 t..11' l.'t U)jUb IIiUII.1.3 1U1 nuab uo called 'epinnl disease.' I became worse during-alTAKE. when, to see copy of iu.ij.iii i)r. this time, Medical chancintr "Woman aresidence Adviser nt tho Pierces and her of a friend, I read that part devoted to Diseases." I soon lccamc convinced that my disease was a l ks uterine affection, which, as you say. caused sympathttic backache, inward fever, nervousness, and Kenend debility. I the us of Dr. Pierce's 'F.ivnriu Prescription' and fin1 ln Mfdlfil Discovery." applyinir alo the local treatment wlileh he reciimmends In tho Auckcr. and in three months I was well und strong." com-mi-nc- cd C'7'S3S:i.-,7irOE:lS-SFor "worn on" pen. I)r. l'x , ' "nm-dnwn." DR. JOE BULL'S i ith us !" cry all the voices of sin. Now. the trouble is that mnnv mnVe disgraceful surrender. As we nil know, there is honorable and dignified surrender, as when a small brut vhlds to Mipe- rior numbers. It Is no humdintion for a, thous'iml men to yield to ten thousnn 1. It is better than to keep on when enn be no result oxcept that of massacre. But those who surrender to em make a when on their side they h ivo enough leseive forces to ront nil tho armies of Perdition, whether lei on by what a deiuonographer call6- Belial, or Beelzebub, or Apollyon, or Abaddon, or Ariel. The disgraceful thing nbcut (he surrender at Sedan wa. theFren di handed over 110 field suns and mitrailleuses, C.000 horses and SII.OO ) armed men. And it is base for that man to surrender to siu when all tho armaments of nlinihtiness would Iinve wheeled to the front to fight his battle if ho find waved onoearnesf sig, nal. But no! He surrendered mind, soul, reputation, home, pedigree, time anil eterniry, while yet all the prayers of hi Christian ancestors were on hi ; supernal side and all the pr.-- fTered ai cherubic, te. aphic, nnel ie, deifiV. w S'ir-tend- er - "Come tained that every year some thousands of pigeons are lost in thoe matches, or at least never arrive at their destinations or return to their homes. London Times. A citizen of Clayton. Ga.. lost a Hying matches, and it has been ascer- SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. The Popular Remedies of tho Day. Principal OGlce, SSI Bain M.. MHIM II.I.K, KT. Cures cud PfHvsflts s, general housekeei'ers, and women teachers, mdliners. debilitated uiuiiic i rescnption lithe best oi an- wanniini; Ii2fams3rfC9saataw jJr prrct..s i'avorjto irtj;ription is not- n " Cure-all- ." but admirably fulfills n singleness of purpose, brin? r s to women. It is A r07 a Ia "" ral Potent Specific for all tho-- e Clironic Weaknesses and and strength to the whole system. a powerful, ,:v as well as uterine. tonic and nervine, und imparts vig-o, s Ed. .t-'"C ut..uu- 9 i.imuiu, ..uiu.unii3 . illr,r" ll " l,"lInpll cures naucea and wcaKncss oi muimn-uU'JntrAiA.. Strntinn. dfttilUv and flecplecne. in either sex. "Favorite Preecnptmn " i sold by druggists under our sec wrapiier around bottle. I'rico IJcdiucd to $1.00 per Hottlc, or Six i:)ttle for Kiinrniitee. J'or conditions, .5.00. which over fifty pages Adviser." for "The Peoples EVERY INVALID LAflY should fend to the considerationCommon Sense Moilicalto women. inIllustrated with numerof diseases peculiar a,cvolwi d, ous wood-cu- t, treatise plates. It will ir sent, post-paiand to any nddrevi fnr tl.r.O. A large pamphlet, stamps. on Diseased or Address, Women, prof utely illubtratcd w ith colored plaa s and numerous wood-cutw ill be sent for ten cents in poitage dress-makerover-work- "TlT'CJISXr. pox-uiia- """ uuii-atrj- Di-.e- r s, ViOItLB'S DISPENSAKY 3XEDICAX ASJ.OCIAXIOX, No. GC3 Main Street, IlUrFALO, X. Y. -- valuable dog, and suspected that he had fallen into a deserted mining shaft-- He could neither hear nor see am thing of him at the bottom of the sity-f- o dhole, but when he let down a piece of meat on a string something "bit" as greedily t as a Sarauac trout. Then a down, and sure enough the dg was there, and after being drawn up wan found to be unhurt. Atlanta (institumun-nven- Coughs, Soro Throat, Hoarsoness, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Headache, Toothache, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Asthma, Frostbitos, Chilblains, Stiff Hock, LiVPR Colds, U a Lb5c i.ur; . BsPSa mm Aim " ft tion. Russian geographers report that numerous lakes in Siberia, chiefly in the Tobolsk and Tomsk provinces, are rap" idly drying up. ami that villages nov stand on spots covered by extensive sheets of water a hundred year ago. Lake Tchebakly has shown the most remarkable change, its area being three hundred and fifty square miles a century ago, while it now consists of three Finall ponds, the largest covering not more than five or six square miles. YMH qnlckcr than any knoirn remedy, It was th flr1 n.u . iuu uiiiy ESJk B f7 RB FErt i bo-lv- 1 Thatlnstartly stnp tho tnot t it ns pain allays Intlainuiati n and crn- I a,'Minn wheth n, i h I r Is, or utne-ti.ir erof tho I.unc, ororpan. b ni atonn'i n ilu- I u JJo matter In w vi U .x r i ' - llplrm it ,r i, r ,.!. S'i tlio Itlieunaa'su! OUS, NuuraltlC or pruslrated vritu dicu-caiaier, xi-r- u r i.-- n BIfcfg UADWAVS r READY RELIEF 1 etw-ee- -- In England high treason was once punished by dragging at the horse's DR. RADWAY & CO., H. Y., tail, through the streets from the prison to the place of execution; or b pluck- Proprlrtur. of ItaiHv:iy' .Xtroittmrllllitn wilt affortt intant o.ie. Thirty tofnty tlrnyj in half tumhlorof wntertrM In a few minuter cure t rnmp, iaim, tiur Mon l'a iiiiaifi f thr Hear arh. Nann, Vom-tirim ii . Malaria. ( hilM anil . Hytniry. I !;, Win. Hradarhe Hiarrh-i-aIn the llnwr-- anil nil Internal I'am- I'llty Cent per ltottlc. S a by DniclsU. rT. and. "oMaSnf 'Rolden Sledicil Discovery' from me.die by she was given up to although before using the tr.cd.i-inassures me that she al tlu- a'tendim? piijsieinns, her father exer withas now fully recovered." "q".'" B Samantoa Gaines. TJKkport, X I., writes : " For fts' ,i"tJjan jrg. CAnouxE Skimo.m. Medina, JV. T writes: of malaria. slxoreiirl!tyearspix'ioustol5o0.1 had M.l A8IM S "1 have Inin troubled with symptoms using troubli'd l Qtjj J wti, fevcr.t for three years, but after t thrt paiii in inu Mian Ol IUJ IKIC. UIO 8 iiu ii E your 'Golden 5Iedical Discovery my 6lnulder-blade- s. fi?C I! witii considerable MojUinir B t'ciicn Iboulesof Purgative Pellets, 1 ntn happy to.and u 1rttjLfj say uf the sDiiimeh from wind; was so nenousr.t tini.-ICtlt. I 'PJcaant entirely cure.1, and 1 am per- tauti I could hurdlv sleen: ulso trouhl.1 with dizzines.s and tliat I am hard breathing. , Jccily trcll and able to do my own work." eov.M." The.ff.-- . t were marveloua. After taking three bottles TOr,lP,"n.-I.rc- Y -. Iv A. Woon, TiIor" Sforr.Va cureiJ." I uub ntiI UiSrt.Po!'l5w"lt's:,"Att'r ,nna" J'enreot great suffering from S the evils r.f dspeisia, I was FBUI, 3 K S. V.L. FtsiiEit. Sldntv.V.Mains, X r., writes: "Dr.induced to trv your RilRfrr, S Utwfi-J,(.n,Pitin t. IfiillHio. .Y. IMarSir Mi wifesi.ff'fioldea Me.li.-- ii Discovery,' and I cannot express: (1 h ' j,, ,.,! yar8 from general dei.iluv. Mm f ' ti! - B01 t,Jde I leel for ihe great good it has dono "a"""-sm- m I do not suffer any pain Irom eating, and I in'"De QitTVlind iMTume n contlnneU lnval:f. The plitMci.ms DILI 1 i.s u ho l her failed to help her. and it setined cs enjoy life aa well as anybody can wish." If she inner die. On rendincr one of rnir Mcranran. 5Irs. Curtis Itooen, TT'Mt Knoshura, Vt dmn IliKiiiS, it occurred to me that your'GoMen Jlcdieul lheov-er- v writes: "Tho bottles of your 'Golden 51edical micht help her. I procured a bottle, nd, after i.s use, a DilSSHEA Discovery 'cured mv cousrh nnd chmnle. diitr. change fur the better was noticeable, and afur usinsr tlvo bott'.cit, she was n well woman. I hat recommended it to several, and in enn Pnuoil Srhea. It has worked like a charm in my case. ev.-rresults. I can fliiU UUUtjn. git is truly wonderful. I walked over a mila inv. it has produced goodmy wife's life." never feel too grateful to jou lor tho 6aving ot miMi ii imririT iist week to recommend your medicines." i e bi-e; v ii-niii- ns LoT7, Trtidftommc, La writes: "For four suU. red from livtr complaint and att.t ks .if c "if. ii3 h loss oi appetite, nausea, cunsnyaiion. "in' iimi-- s uiarrnea. nt un in tne back ot tne i.eai, VfK'C UI0C.e0u.finKi1t sl,io and under tho fchoiiIiler-bU':cfnlm.. Ii if ii w k,,t., w,....Ki U ,.li,.f KUUIL, Lllltllll .1, "bilitv. rpstleis tongue ! liial'-.!- . le. Alt. r takimr four bottles of "Dr. Pierct s Ouid- rn M .!:.. U Diicoery and pellets," 1 find I am as well as I -. By.jr.1 S E e 3, 8 .s XfvmriT : ask, a AnaKd .'A iiataVA t TTirrr Pen i aa.i.i Tirtif-- . RiL'ClJ I'D EcLst. of 7i, 7 fc.inn?r. .lfi.. wntcs: "5IUs Eliza. " .' i.i.s-vn- . - a 1 LIIILIlnf tl.ta I'Lnce. had been sick for more than TT fll" Z a year with a &f v ere affection of the liver, but when IU LIZ. Sgiio wa3 at the ur,est. she bought three bottlea liiTi 1 "" -- tmm 5ffS HsEP S B 2 CTirVCl Ea 8 E5 FS rlut;si ' to-d- r?lnrr! ,. atu-ndit- " coal-heav- er Jtcotcnt unit lit. K.wlw.iy'n l'lll ing out and burning the entrails while the prisoner was jet alive: or by hangELY'S ing by the neck, so as not to destroy life; also by beheading, quartering, and CREIMBALM the exposure of the iragments of the t For 15 yars teas f - fill W ' body in such places as the King should direct. Mr. T. R. Mim.f.r, Surgeon-General'- CatarrH anno'jnl s fice, recommends Red Star 23 cents. D.-- . R Butler, M. A., Cambridga Un- my luad, dischargesl ;i...,rirrpr.r-- i Cough Cure. into vvj throat and tWMVit.KBts: wcr&v-unpleasant breath. ofNJ.-i- larrh, vnlh ca-- 1 tevere pain in j I rKSW S , r-- ffigSSteSBK's! a1U iversity, England, says like magic. St Jacobs Oil acts sense of smell Ji mnch impaired. vas s nin-ni- ug rice-tnil- ls Ax advertiser in one of tho papers sav that ho has a cottage to Ietcontainmg eight rooms and an acre of land. Buckin-gium'-s I have overcome these troubles vith Cream Halm. .i k I Broadway, circular. Care, St. Den is Hotel, a c 2T. Y. J IS. 1 s. grog-shop- s, duces, in oue application, a permanent color. Wo hnve usrt Ayer's Ague Curo.and have Dye for tho Whiskers pro- too A rirttrle Ii app!Id Into each nostril and " B" C E5 &v ! PrlreMrt ELY IJI'.OTHEKS, hymall uSit. S'nqror DniBSi"". Owcso. . Y ratd MoeTBeijiowBSW. agreeable Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which Is tie fountain of health, by using Dr. Pierce's Goldtn 5Iedical Discovery, and good digcfn.ni, a fair skin, buoaut spirits, vital itrcngtli, nnd soundncs-- of constitution will 1 established. (i olden Medical Discovery cures all luinurs, from tho common pimp'p, blotch, or eruption, to tho worst Scrofula, or blood- Hip-joEsiHclnlIy has it proven its eflicacj-- h curing Disease, Scrofulous Sorea and or Tetter, Fccr-sore- s, E oison. ... ni.....l. .....1 .Liiit, ITlnSiM ClliUJoi-. O.veiilllK, ......a.! vj.ai.v, uuu L'n...... w.. Cory, Hadleu. Crnirord Co 3fre. A- ISAAC Gibson. iCentrocJ. Pa., writes: "Jly a .TT ;Klf'WT,tcs: .My son. aged fifteen years, was I nPtnrQQ flC S wifo is cettlmr well fust. Alien she bemin to taken down last JanuaryVith swellings on his, . I US(, a Huuukuu 5nnrQ I right shoulder, left hfp and knee, ilelavholn-y0,r 'Golden 5tedicnl Djcovcry,' our best 1 doctors in Indiana County aid she would uuiifaO. five ! IVCD I when great abscesses die. t ...jie&s for iour oimonths, continued to discharge . I Ll?i.n. They said your medicine could do her no w -- wmen iormeu, intKouLaiun gool ; t hat she had an ulcer n her liver as large at tho t5me he commenced using your ' Golden 5Iedical Discovery ' as half a loaf of bread. Well, sir, to our surprie, when she began under your ad ice. Xow, after hiving used four bottles of the using your 'Golden 5ledical Discovery,' sho ccnmcnccd pitting 'Discovery, he Is almost well and walks three-fourtof a mile spitting up to school every day. A scrofulous soro on bis arm, which ran up phlegm for some two weeks, nnd then comn-nceand blood (it looked liko what cores out of a blood constantly for two years, has healed completely under tie inilu-enc- o corruption boil) for somo ten days. Sho now has been we; for weeks." of the remedy named." ver-Ror" FeCo., c. 3Ir. A. IT. CrtAwrortD. Zfnn Grnrc, ItoilM ami Carbuncle. J. Adams, lo- - Todo. 07i& Vvsla luce, writes: " I am the person who wrote to you two writes: "1 havo used nino bottles of your 'Gtden iledlcal DisI am y on my leg. I took six free fronboils and carbuncovery.' and the result is rears ago lor advice respecting fever-sore- s cles for tho llrst time in many years.' bottlea of your'GoMen Medical Discovery' and was cured." Constipation ami Ulcers. Mrs. A. D.ohnsox. Gtorcc-imr- n. Scrofulous Tumor ami Soro Eyes. 5Ire. S. E. Ghay- A" writes: "Tho 'Golden 5Iedical DUceerv' relieveil tnn ros, of (ircnwod. S. C writes: "3Iy daughter has been mtirely eyes nnd a largo tumor on her nt once. I had a very bad soro on tho back otmy left hand for cured of scrofulous soro iledical Disco cry.' liavo greatneck, by I tlio use of your ' Golden faith in live month, and it cured that, as well ns constiiUon and indigesall your medicines." which I was suffering very much." tion, from j Salt-rheu- m "TIE BE23 IS TH IBIS'S!." Bna to-da- A i e, found it invalunblo in malarial troubles. A WHIP makes tea horse go, "money mnkes the mare go," nnd a groen pickled, makes the maugo. musk-melo- to Hvt HraiTH the tiyrn CONSUMPTION, WtAK LUNGS, SPITTING GF BLOOD invigoraty? Golden 5Ieilical Discovery cures Consumptn (which Is Scrofula of tho Lungs), by its wonderful For Weak I.unirsepltting of Dlood, Shortucss ot iircatb. ilroiicnitis. Severe Coughs, Asthmay"" nnd nutritive properties. a sovereign rcmeoy, wane it promptly cures tut-- ;crc3fc v.uuj;u n. bixciigiacns the sjEteX and kindrcI affections, it is I "n.v.nn..lnd n nA lln - AI1 . L.nln m.I.ah MmnANwl .ftfll tliran TUVCCCCOfl !, HrlMAn irnJ.'1 vlSCOVery m. It rapidly builds up the system, and increascthe, flesh and weight of thoso reduced below tho usual standard oioalth b. "wasting diseases.1 Consumption Cure.! v J. Hartley, A Wonderful Cure DameMttCHEr. Hsu.. (vo enrs ngo, I Reduced to j TVra Cruz, Ala., writes: "I met with an old LUNS ! Gloucester. .Ifass., writes: " w ith a disease rcgajinf wiiich tho friend of mine not long sice, nnd he told me was taken sick of the very low state oCJiealtli he had been in who attended ineiert unablo to I Disease.! I threo physicians the foremont nbvsl ml In Iloston doctor, but cradu- and ho arnhed to nin-oe- st b"tw. Ono ot ' illf.l It n tumor of the stomach. aiurrred mc for allr crew worse under his treatment: was re duced to a skeletou. had a fearful cough and was thought to with physic; that, nearly killing moconsumption. anottier. a !io,(E,fimic have consumption. While in this low state he made a visit to see AVhenlakeu.cJl weighed thought I had h!3 relations, and while m a distant town, he purchased a bottle of I suffered from a heavy cough, Ti7 iioundsT medicmo called, 'Dr. Pierce's Golden 5Iedical Discovery,' and kidney troubles, ctc and was reduced so rapidlytuJmy physii been gave me up. They were unable to helphj I the least. took it, and by tho time it was used he wa3 as well as he ever cians able bad been. When I saw him. he looked to be In the bloom of rf At that Ume I weighed but ninety pounds, and His sit to lie down, but had to six up in order to breathe. dii rf been con-- - health. high statement caused a great deal of inquiry, as he is a standing." Iwasso Imd man of months, expecting to fine! to my room for room, not allow any one to at times that I couldnor was I able to wane. comejnt my one ot I P"ttup JoSEPn P. McFAnLAXD,.4fhen. Leu, writes": as I could not talk; blood-purifyin- g, Xi-arlpiiy-slci- an nit-sweats, .i niind-destrov-i- Ax inferior article is dear nt any price. Remember this.and buy Frazer Axle Groase A collector of curiosities wanti to get the original hruh with which the ?lcus of the timea were paintoJ. X. Y. Herald. - prayer-meetin- g. Oxtoex Ccr.n. Throat, lunjr. nervous diseases, llook free. Dr. Gcppert, Cincinnati.O. QGWaMT!IS AN INVALUABLE testimonials prove Its merit. Thousands of WILL TELL YOU ITS KErDTATlOX. ASX DilUGOWT IFam n - Prr?32rg As exchanjo telli about a sailor who was tried for aatilt. H turned out to b one, too. Eurltjytvn fru Fru. THE MARKETS. MVE STOCK Choice Hutchers HOGS Common (nod Packers SHKIIP Good to choice FLOU It Family GUA1X Wheat No. 2 red No. 3 red. Corn No. 'i mixed Oa s No. " mixed Cnttle-Cummo- by aderanrnl or torpid condition of tl. ai Cnmtip.Rtton, IhIioane. Jaundice, Headache, Malana. Kheumatum, etc. It rt eulatf 3 ta bmrel,pnn-fie- a the htnod. trtnrhns th .rti-m- , aM dtr!ipa. and illcanJ I. a I'.f luble Rmfy lor Lirer Complaints Lnrer, FAMILY MEDICINE. hand-keichi- at alila ! Cincinnati, Sent. W) :i t.) 3 81 .. 4 40 3 'S, 3 'M & 2 ft 4 to 4 H if, .1 &. 3 9J 4'. 4 itf ) it :r 3. -- John Kuhn, of iJifayette, Ind, had a very narrow capo rora drath. Tula U his own atory: "One year ago I was In tlio last Btaces of consumption. Our best physicians eavo my case up. I Anally sotr twenty-foucould not to low that our doctor eald 1 purchaed livebottle of a hours. My friend then FOU THE LC.V5S. which t benefited me. I contlnucl until I am now In health. baTlnirenooUHrjncdlclner SAVED in :o 11 r,t '.i; DR. W'M. HALL'S BALSAM nstoisshc,ne. I fwiril around the and KaInei go rapidly that it.. piiiw iui niri nn ninrr iiii'uiuiiiu medicine. I stopped takinuiura it Jn twenty in all of this HIS --v IW'ml?2!& ntt.u,r.i. build I FROM LUKGS. room all day. I soon bean discontinued it." 'Golden 5fedical She has not had any since its use. For some six months sho has been feeling so well that sho has lVnf&ra4nSrimin,l Discovery." rtMiw ... tuffS'.'VI - per-fee- (jr. tS'j. . Ityc-N- o. HAY riiiiothv No. uin 2 27 Cc f. 1 TOIIACCO-Midi- Good Leaf. PHOVISIONS Pork Mes I.nrd Prime Steam nL'TlEU-Choice Lear. n fc 00 3:1 TTi COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOU- bottles ...j mc. tnat it Aueust. ono year ago. 1 leei 1 think,nas sui cu frauds wi now me, and my weigh about lfiO pounds, nnd my life. It certainly Is iwot h ,gW ,t Uiat thU medicine saved in gold, and I consider it a wonderful remedy froa its cat in curing all my ailments." Golden Medical Disroverr is Sold by DrnggV;. writes: "For Consumption years 1 J. AxTiwrr Swixk, Dongola.lUs Cnrctl. flvo suffered very much from a temblo cough and debility. Moro than a year sinco I commenced to tako your 'Golden 5Iedical Discovery,' and It has completely cured inc. I thank you for the splendid health I havo since enjoyed." Price $1.00 per Bottle, or Six Bottles for $5.00. Ii 00 8 10 T Or i . Ohio Creamery APPLES Prime POTATOKS-P- Da.ry ;t,.c,r, Oil ,., r, (0 40 S cr barrel . .... 1 is 2." 125 . r. 15 ( Ci 1 a, 1 r. r- PILLS, THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY etc. Frffrora Jlrrruryt - WORLD'S DISPENSAB MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, No. G6.1 Propr:o!or3, Main Street, HUFFAI.O, ?f. Y. ft i vi ;g !in . n..r only rile Indlr'ti"n, Vi.-ctab- NEW YOItlv. I.OUH InBK.l!ents. Ascnt-C- at X. CKITTKXTOX. Xff YOKK. Sta emid We tern iiji 2 redneai, .o.- - uiucao No. Oats mixed 2 (,, c, 2 Pi',' 3 H so 3 ! m. j3 j1( PIso'b BmedT for Catarrh fs the uJ Cheapest. Be.t;Esl" " KS W. L. DOUGLAS 'Qul9 Bst perfee'fllj -- ASK FOn THE M -- P UK i.iui Mcs q EftKvEk 1.. .AAii S Bf rViM . . no-cor- d ll S GltAIN Wheat No. 2 red ... . No. 2 Chlcaso Snrin,' Corn No. 2 Oats No. 2 ........ ll L .... roKK Mess LAUD Steam IlAlTIMOUE. MA)MtIcon3lii winter. uitiurn Mcnm CHICAGO. fu .! 4 jj vmQ 3 ikIKj 75 .0 im Beadache, Hay Fevar. &c M centa. fA ftr !n th TTcacl. 72V.A ......... -- T,,t 25 (ft f7i, :.,. ! 1 1 Q HK material. stamped pverrnalr warranted. Take none unless CongreM. Warranted." Itntton aaa l.ce. miys hhk for tho IV. I Douglas w 82.00 Shoe. ame sljles aa till. t(UhUOe. ll juu iu"v rr "I i get these shoes from dealers, send address on potal card to W. L. DouglM. a? Urockton. Mass. .ssssw "X "'T?5 DBIPS n.i-iiaEEE:w- C ifiil THE NEV e a-- WW W iti M: f JP xv jA Lsl .- .r i 3011 3tac Duianstrr cieren rears fast, Drosand Its cotnpllcatloEs r TREfEDFREE. 0 5e1 sows, with the ih q o Trm HJi.v,,'IerfnIlKs:UM, Testable remedies, BTe " TP01118 of dropsy la ' BhyslnPaUe:iU P."0nncc1 hopeless by the best of 7I? DEPARTURE DRUMS ii.sre wun patent doable acting rod anc folding knee rest. Light, and crum 'Vll substantial bent handsome. Used In the Hands and Orchestras. Uneqnalcd for tone, surpass all other la It i M inlsh and appearance.does nearest Music dealer jrtcPT rjmj not fceep them, write to oa for Illustrated catalogue. LYON & HHALY, Chlcaso, IIU 3-- ;, Jw AGOUD -- LIlLBrKUYO.L-NIYI.11 JONES PAYSthe.FREICHT S Ton Wacaa Mcalra. 9 35 (. j .v, 4ft 7 15 3 G5 &, BIO ritEB. BIO PKOMTS. . WliVHEKFUIiKICHT." cjpjj BIO BUSINESS. Book. aridrP'Wi YBROS., For ST.l.Otia.MO. .n'?. I1,e.flr,t do1"" symptoms raplrtly disappear. y Ief lwo"th'rd:s femcdn exji-ctin- -- FI.OUU GHAI.V-Wh- eut Family.... nl - O.its Mixed PROVISIONS Pork -- Mess CATTLE HOGS Corn Mixed. ... Lard Kenned No. 2 .. .. .$:j 00 31 12 K) 4 WU' M 4- ut. -, et fc ( i l 4 s commissions: liearterreller- Increase; expcriciiv.u ed; write for circulars and laws. ,UCA?V McCOBMICS, & BON. Cincinnati. Ohio. Pe'?," '. IACI to Gut Olf Horses' Manes. CeleDrsfa 1.K nml BUIUL anyCamMned. hcrte. Ssmcan not be slipped bT nla llalter to any P" "f the.U. S. SoMbyall No Rope ftli-- 75 - j-j- u ....... ... ......... INDIANAPOLIS. .......... .... $ First quality (U ti S .V 1 sj gv j WANTED A WOMAN Pslary .Vi. "wi.ir. n.j,otl. rCJ&J.Johnwn.ltanap!r,lil5arclaySt...NY. wheat I.VIII Oats mixed No. 2 red IH'.MI. .... .L!5 t(fc &j 4 20 free, on receipt Saddlery. Hardware and Harness Dealers. Special discount to thri Trade. tiTem! for I'rfre-I.lst- ,' J t;. 1.IOUTHOCSE, liociies-.cr..a- . .. . . J. Sflin. I tiBfuKnnout Knowing anytiues; .V '"neinSe' does not coi--t you anything lo rean tne tnerli. ur treatment Zirrmirt.if In ijL.V'8 dlaics?' f hreathuK ts relieved, the iv.'fVrUle"f,,T orKns nde to discharge or nean4I.,H.T'le?.rF$torcd ,tns we""2 5SSS?2P" thB 'rV," lnci"red. and appetite made ' conssf Ir curing cases of Ions stan tappet, tnnmbero? II Give iSSi,pat,eat narafeaDnWe tohowc a week. times cajAnie sex. VlJu.Ty loa? afllcted. costive, have YmZ,.J,vutnm m' sre w " of aI' ajnjptonis are i nrain luiMuug W5saaaataw Irs Ui-r- t, Steel Sl"e r .5 !"!" f SMaue Strt slit Set!. Xlii BINUUA.-I1TON- (rn srUs Us ud mditmt JOIItS 8f .BIHMtAHTia. 860. rr rar ntu Bttrtata. sax for Btasa N. V, water. Send for free fela 1 ajgcAnajs Uusluwa iirJiH STUDY. 1A(ZL I'nriiK leiimnhln. Arithmetic Short- tborouchlT t3iii;Ul by mat!. Cirrnlart bard. i'i' Si. a. J K!S (JOl.l.fAiXi. Book-kecpinj- pant- - r, t- LOl'ISVll.LE. FLOUK A No. 1 $ GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red.... Corn mixed Oat' mixed rORK J1 s LAKU Hcnut ....i, in. ........ &) Ca 4 SO I) - nine-tent- j hs ( J fc (ts v 73 41 t) 1 lhf, 'a 27 Cciti .5 HAIR B. C.8trniv- - w """ -" 0 Ilme.ew.a book free, I UK- b i 1 1 iuji - pal i or sp'.MenUI. u &niTM-?l!SuiOslllble rrmedy. No'fP;"!."; S -- i 250W u) wui tt. frt OPlUH H E-::-'H"- $5 J. WEATIIEItBY. Kansas City. Mo. TO 88 A DAT. Samples worth ' jmsiin utm mva vouh Par wli-- n cure- - FMCH - rl method of awnuins silki.boSailnt, Vatta, tsil:.1VnDDi?lc Can not detected from ssvsWVi - nFiik'iT.yp - flsrlettn. St., Atlanta. Ga. . m m sasi 3. rr hiiIhs. tlasVIMHWI he udea TELECRAPHYInply sitaatio g,, tarnished. T7rite Vaxxxtinx Bios., JanesTlIle, WU. t.iiri'ss tKht T!onI"6k,yi0sio.?,l , ciniaHati. aHai. A.N.K. E. 110 WltEjr WKITINB TO AjEJtTIBCR9 PIJtAM tat tht mv wj Js4nriinaias ta taat in . A .- A.' h jfe- '- - ,JX Wf "-- " f -- ' . f?fS j rr nWK8? i;a J 5 ' :r 5??--- " '.---'--'- j ' . -- -- -- ' " Jf -- -- " ,.. f" - - "'' ""J"" " '"'"' m " i ii in n Miiiini mill up . - jl" ""' - imniua mi "", .J. I, -- tt 4 . ' .t. ? I mvaar3rXiKmrmj. iJLjjAryM3gcpiiosgs see- .;: CuRimiiiiuittMl bttch-a--n"- w.ii.plummeii. RaaaaaaaaB KB HICKSAH CQITEIBB. S.tt i r ' i S w jppra j- jtmtSi 8- ft i r. oP-- , ro.xl.LS J 8innatiou8 luefieFs! Primary $200 .ointment of hull and boiler in-- ! tLey worked very fast .,d bjW-LyI 3 UO Intermediate so npronously to his standard! ?n HI the objects spectors at Paducah. Wo understanctuat In these IlllCUt , , Advanced 4 00 S lOlie la f.nrtninlv i toutr mtu.' anil ate; ipjiriipil whtat waved bacKttndl ma ccriaiiiiy DEtLER IN . Ji.tu not iiiioaiiB- Session of lOtnouths 20 Java in month. 1st. lo get tie taik statteu io"iiiiii.tbi with what ruccpsk he met. jIis i;,.i.r. ,. .,,t u vwi. tr... ...t, ,.,i whether he ever touches whisk v . ...... Jh ! a' VVa jttlj23 tVa shade uaete e .taiUin. at all or not, we are not prepared . over tho District indicating that enemies ma be able to tell. . hero, tt a ve:y be..utif c iie t.t His labors did not to say, but certainly if he wns'tui8 wi SALEAND LIVERY STABLE Jolored vote He was untiring in his tnd eertions quke . .tli, dunking su t. a.vt, liu,e IT IS THE SIMPLEST! COIr ' ever drunk in his life, wo never soitily against hh, and tho solid to secure appropriations ior the ' , , I IT IS THE STRONGEST (AMI . , . , . && ruuotiiiy a totru new nn'fi lawarat heard ofit. Ueside3 he is a man colored vote is lQ balance of improvement of the Mississippi, THE MOST DURAELE & THE BEST, of oouVji!oral character, and a power as the race Vs8 beeiniuiii-HJgpi)f- . Ohio, Tennessee, Cumberland and j.ftUV .L f htf i,amj 1.'. , ''jW, an.i --c KENTUCKY STREET, & Co's Old Stand ) (Clinton Street,7orman oqbit?s,i.n tho Baptist church constantly on fcand for hfr Ki:EPS sale --rX0X "" V ln "V "" iV Z ,." ,', - 45 ',, t i nd.that Uum either foruar.l or ... I parsucfl Vii!TOJyiiuii.lWigi.iiiqnjs tt j am.2rUI after tvo o'clock "Vavs nal- - But no! He aurrenilerel HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. -1 Hating purchased the Stable, horst rVMg v; a-- y Again, this correspondent uses feAK.te.jg'e-w- , and enure outfit of W. B. Plurarat r -- he wj,, ,eabt'53 fcot ve high water ln 'nf l uingi.!.' Bg 5r?2 YflU SfiS II iiVlylS Yftll 3117,' " we propose to continue lEi buaiics, this language about Stone: an4 bnShtJeW..y.u.ui;,ti e mark; and also across the Cum- 5LaM. solicit patronage- "Words fail to describe Mr. et Tkelr be Lishl. '1 ma;U berland and "of WIWI't rivers for Stone's speech. Such a filthy ti- t ,i.era.ie.h s...., J' C" ttB VP A"SnU ffrdUi vL tffe r,.s "CU"-lhthe Ohio VaHcv railroad. , "'"' o0 Wr. DIESTELBRIiNK rade of abuse, such a vulgar, venk,"a"' K'v ,.vCn7ii.'fii".i!.,,l- or ditl "is labors end here. He nny "- - thow In Capt. Stone's sneech nt Hon. omous, demagogical harangue it presented. inanao-p,the tinv bills wide ."...- .j,,i has never been my misfortune to ton, on county court day, he re- the passage I have secure'!, permanently, one of the finest wrfcmen place ,)r.in .L too.Pajtv in the Suit, and will make ferred to a report, then current in of many bills to com- - n,S,JC a hear. roofing and tinning a epcfialty. It is not mv our- - that county, that he (Stone) UiJDUIuU:) fe be.. pensate persons for property de- ina'trohhn .II w? s Motio I will not be undersold, even in larger cites. had pose ' the thousand and ucl-i-i a i111! tff,T b r' '. guerrilla during the war, stroyed by Federal troops during 1R flAUfianAnn one contemptible aspersions to . IVT0 P- h- to name . and not in the regular army at all! which he gave vent. 11 trouble ,. Bhow all,,. . . ,0 1 A amount of money to the people of straw laughed correspondent of the Standard mS ,, acfafo 7,oe ,, now merely speak, or write, rath""" eM 8ee. at the co, says that Capt. Stono stated that the district ng lau-- and to,-eanu .vtoscow Avenue. East iu -- -. Wkand er, in a generalizing way." . .. .. .1 .... WS IJ UI! e til f ivlirtlrt ocoiuil, JUSiU Itiltb.huL nevnr irlii. " any one could satisfy himself by tr ..!.. u , , A J mnfi. """(Vicn " ever toll iu ue Cllll'l ii(A.i.1i)1 "...v .'' 0I A large majority of tho voter making r, to He n,.n inquiry at tho proper ne gave a vast amoimt nf h.l.n.I hac the bet Baker, and nnke lielter, HICKMAN MARBLE WORig of the District have heard Stone's place, giving references. Xow, I flayer loaei,) whiter ami sweeter Bread, ' speeches from time to time. Did for one, would like to know all the than any Bakery in ihe city. Fresh HICKMAN, KY. Bread on hand all the time. AUo Iceyou hear anything filthy! Anv-- i mcis in tlie matter, and to this hour, 4ro rfcvo.cATU1;, cream, Lemonade, and a choice lot of Concud I submit the following inquir- again and again the different de-- , cutting !wP and r.i u. tt'y. thing vulgar f A113 thing venom-- o ies: fectioneries Cream Bread ut Wilburit's. Wb- - " ,. partments and At what date of what , bureaus of the il do wz thit Gite me a call. (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) ILL WILBTJUN. is, &o ? On the contrary, isn't did Capt. Stone enlist in ateam tho con- government, talking to their chiefs, lBW'le'lllf.f'n" rI l.iHtUe all at it Stone's fault, (if i; cattle called federate army? To whose com- explaining, coaxing and uriii" 1l'ce-- . hc,kv""w. dlughter DEALER IS v..13 X. uought a fault,) that he is rather too mod- mand did ho belong, and what antt una 1v aftrr ihirs OWIVS, Ul. shr wm ?a v X.i, iuiecti! hc ... n.. " W. IV. Bortr.nTsoN, cind :nr Italian and Ambricah Mabbib II. P. Hawkins B est, too polite, too courteous, to rank did he bear? On what dnt moiniis, ottcn meeting with only he w.ii a iio'j.e vutn, vmh a lar?;, kind Mayfield, Ky. Hickman, Ky. iu intieiinito promises MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE heart, ami please some more aggressive dis- and leg?what manner did he loso sal. Nevertheless, or o.nii r,.f tl e least h. oould not widi-jp- y J.utt his he secured ofof Ood a cruitiirf-- ; I make these inquiries wi,th!"ew STOCK, out and out. Fine, stvlish BIOS for hire positions f rf such is to be the because Capt. Stone has not, Robertson & Hawkins, STONES. Here, Torn, come TLKMs reasonable. Patronace solicited. from fices for and made happy a large lo one of ti men, plan of campaign against Stono, some cause or other, stated anv number of his constituents, and ftj.d Lold he team. Th.ru U u.Jark'd Cn lot Aine HAVING received aMrrblc. I ofam facts whatever iu this connectinii won the enmity of nearly all of m.--t ouibWhere near 'he old tree yonder. Italian wen may a. I !. idol exclaim: , in .t no, a sd ym c'isdjheicutiit, pared ? 511 all orders. Call and exa ir his biography as published in tue disappointed. oct30-18- - KY. MCKJIAX, so not toLurt lb- "Save me from my friends!"' ur work. ." And nearly all this labor, the tub Congressiouttl Directory, nor A. , w j,tt u cry of surpri- - j Orders from the tountry promptly Will practice in all the Courts of the ??. in his snecoh at ronton ader must remember, had to be o r ..... Wii.-he foand h" dir!::i IVty First Judicial District, raaj2tS mo uuring the hours when Con- - Mtnup il. re! Hotv last his informed. It is nothing but right fepl? Leartbeat 'X head of the geological that the people should be inform- - g,ross was not in session ; for when win n h. tho.vht of tLe danger she bad ' inland how it thrilled' Hnd an acknowledged learn-c- l eu in regard to these things, and that body was in session Capt s a- - ,i.. man, insists that there ato dia- I submit the questions above with oiunu was always louud in his uio''.t t tr tij. it, l,is .naw 3DXI. A.. DEALSB IX 1, ut er fare nu J.v, said, mond fields in Kentucky, richer the hope that Capt. Stone, or seat and in the watchful poiform-Hiic- e a..IE MANUFACTUP.E1P0F .is the bird- thut " fi than any ever discovered iu the some of his friends, or old army of his Congressional duties. HTs. PHYSICAN AND SURGEON i WhsiMhe h.t with the world. He says that diamonds comrades, may see fit to give ah That ho has proved faithful, Part;. nh.:,i.., car- - HICKMAN, ASD ALSO. KENTUCKY are made by the effect of internal explicit answer. This would efand eQicient. nn n,,A ,...., np.lkt.8j horn ia a ntt, Nets, Seines, Line, Hooks, and alPkiud ervicea to VFFEHS his Professional fairly deny; and it is now left 'to .... ...- - i.n-- nerC L'.l( vuicauic neat on certain kind of fectually settle all disputes, and Sf!.v. r. Ir-,l, 41t of Mhing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar rock. Since tho distinguished injustice to all parties concerned we oicrs ol tho district to say .fr''." W l -- rt v .'"""i-reaniur- tl J the 0 citiicna of Hickraan and vicinity. gain. Groceries and Family Supplie gen jan!-'Sprofessor made this announce- Pask that Capt. Stone, or some whether thoy will reject such i ; 1 VxaZm erallv. ment as tft hidden diamoud fields one who is informed in this regard, public servant in layr of Mr ,"-"'teats ?'"? in oar midst, the whole of Ken will furnish a definito statement Tuor, whose whole Cong y. CIIAS. DOUGLAS. RODEnT DOUGLAS. incicy is on tlie lookout to discov- - to the .Sews or Standard, or both, sional career was fruiting ftr.,r i 25cts Lower than .the Lowest nU-.Kuuu to 1118 district, ne tr. w, ,. u i.:.T. - w ci iim iucaie uiu ncuis. uelli- ortier mat tno people may be 1U4II DOUGLAS BROS.. I hare no clerk expnas io slor ran or tney shall bo found in tho enlightened and tho affair settled the welcomo acclamation of clean black I rrr.wl iuiu f.,:(i.r..i and pay cash for all my Groctriea, and mountains of Eastern Kentucky, one way or the other. Who will (InilO , t.v.wv. .,,.,1 luiiiiiui servant.""I and the nilk .ift. like ucwVbSi h looks berefora can aall as cheap ai tk ekeap New Grocery and Bakery, silk well to free it from aU dnYtflhJj the blue grass section, or the answer! Iacon. st. Dast brands of Wittanbarf and Lam sponge it on the wrong side chain of hills leading to and TRura Seeker. t.ar Flour, 25 cents cbaaper tkaa tka law 3Irs. A. D. Coleman and and warm water; then with alcohol from the river at Hickman, is not JOHN WITTING. At the Montgomery Stand.) with Paducah, Sept. 18, 1SSG. an ir0n that i iust warm eoou! daughter Lenora, with t stated if known, but science says is to be regrettetl that the Coleman, of Charleston, Mr. D the silk slowly. You will lLto drv It Will keep a general assortment of FamMo., are Wel1 theso rich diamond fields are iu IOW TO SAVE IJONEY. ily Groceries Confectioneries, Ac., and Paducah News, and other papers visiting tho family of Mrs. J. V pleased with the effect the State, and of course it must GrahamT.?V'iV--erkeep employed a first claei baker. Goods Vn.. i3 a opposed to Stone, continue to Shepherd, East Hickman. be so, for exact science can't lie ccipt that I think both health r.e all fresh and new, and will not be underWe aro Wholesale HeadquarUra lor al TT. though scientist like Wiggins may; publish such letters as the above, HcioM. It U : Graham tmfn-- , am i juue2o sold. grades of llitclilcu'i Aruicu Salve. -- S cup. Graham flour and as science says these diamond designed to effect DEALER Stone's record The Best Salve in the world for Cuts eurao! milk or water, 1 r ""ie. a cHswiirc, ui cisa&s fields are here, they must bo tables poonsful FOR SALE. as an honorable soldier. Of course Bruges, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheum, Fever J east, 1 tablespooi.fHl (aril will job to dealers only at Factory and found. Science also says that n. nutter. ? Sores, Tetter Chapped Hand, prices; also the ul J. ,1 ' eartuquakes are caused by inter they know that such letters will Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Chilblains oi suir, 1for :i 200,000 feet dry Cypre Buildinc: and night rr.ornintr faie and Fencing Lumber. Alto, 100 OOO mil volcanic heat, and therefore, provoke replies, and thus bring tivelv cures Piles, or no nav renuirI. posi t. "ngs, r Rem iron,, 2, mim Z Mi lrM ltd Superior Scotch. Scuff, Cypress Shindies. is guaranteed to pive perfect satisfaction ittnay bo argued that earth-quak- e "tho bloody shirt" h.tn tt, n..m. or money refunded. Price J5 ciou, You can have them f0r the best iu the market. We also kaep UOXDURAXT & DUEWRY. cents per bos..' or supper. "!aner chects are pointers to the dia paigu, they believing m t t constantly on hand a choioe selection inarl- by C. A. Ilolcombe that the agi- For sale of Family Groceries, Confectioneries and mond 9 fields caused thereby. AND PATENT tation of tho rebel soldier record Fruits, which we will sell very low for Hence, without seeking to dis!,.., utter,, The residence of Capt. Jim the aash. Please call and Bee u. courage other portions of the will help to center the Republican 3 Tyler, in Fulton, was destroyed Hur, ih,,WIIi, hal.n, r"?;.r w'HAbdominal FUQVA & DeBOW. Supports State, we are forced to conclude, yote, (which is supposed by fire, !UUrri dd milk suid fi mr ; . i' that the alleged diamond fields of balance of power in to be the scarcelyTuesday last, and wo learn " " "HMITWde, A FLSSASAXT ISESWEtT. MEDICINES J. O. PABTXOWr anything of his household J. F. GEAY. this race,) Ketitucky must bo within the raagainst Stone. The truth is that furniture was saved. 3PA.I1STT dius of the Xew Madrid earthFRESH BEER constuntly on lap. Etrnr IVotlcc. Tobacco, of Ihe best brands. quake reach, and this would make the conservative people of this iu ONT 2D And get your Blaekimithiug and general Taken up a MPuTir.ney in any tne Rtrar on the Hickman hills the center of District want all this dead war pickpocket said when "he pur??" as man September, ISSfi.a by William 12th dav nl Patronane solicited. the flLXvrr Repairing done at robbed a Pliimmer in dot li-- tf the diamond Gelds. This is cor-- i business ended, and the of an empty one. the town of Hickman, one race GRA.Tr eft mule, S or 9 years old, rect reasoning from the promises made up on live TOILET ARTICLES IT is very dan2ercuS for a man to find Kra8fl sack under I with saddle on "d issues. given by tho professor, but if it cea ( Corntr of Obion and Exehmgt Strut,) any spot on this broad globe that is both shoulder, and white n" t on lefM "" 11ANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, turns out to be untrue, the Courewcetertohimthanhiihome. and while spot on left hind le.' and HICKMAN, TESX. 27. XAsnvxixi:. U f I Big Show in onr Store next ier charges nothing for the hint. &c, &c &c. &C., &C., &c. medium height; no other marks or PTi IVMrtmrots: Lttcratnrr. Sclencpund Phil- brand otopbr, tnBinwnnir.I.in.TlicoIocT nml i'barmscy Prices. Oar Good Work at Will Queen Victoria allow a Xew lwt.ettuii iVMpraiseu at the valne Tuesday, Oct. 5th. Free to All. in ' ' frtmlenu amiThwloBr arc fnrnlrlieU of cwrn Sort- Wwlry York editor motto. & tuition Ire. in Come and see our MuguiOceut Mr. Uennett to surpasstoher in liberality? Mxty dollar. Given under my Iiand.tfciB rooms of MMicineHall, Dentistry open Oct. Pepart-m'W. anil is rich, ' SIMILE, WORK a specialty. lt, and be sure, but he September 20th. 188G at any hour,daycr night. King night bell after 10 o'clock Nk-w- : rl ST'l'rescriptions In Academic, Knsineerins, rbarmacy, Orleans still stands. No Display. t'mi Tint!,ITeiiirtmenH.S"5each: JOHN F. GRAY & CO. isn't worth much more than the Queon's Law.Stm': Medical. JOSHUA XAYLOR, J. F. C C Vjnafcc, so far ns heard from. fo:UiMif3l,fl5;Thnolocr, free. Catalocnv frro r. m. mi xnere is noinin- - uloro uujum In Capt. Stone's Fpeeeh atfio"' Pattv livt(1 in the cmuilrv n a than the assertions made by Mr. hous? wnh zrem b!iid- - Ti.o,. - ff j i on county court day, Friends'. ton, I1e from Save to a report, then eurrt in lurner's tneiuts tiiat Lapt. btoue men yinlfwuh u iioiti-cu- t and . ..nt!ii!if ra ! nns tioiip Mniiimr lor im en f.i wi Ag:iiu we quote iroui iV. a.." fiio nnnniv tiint lm ureai irecs. wiier t:ie utriu twmii .;. tat its ' mJag the bought W following: "They (Turner's been a guerrilla duriiic thenar, since Ins election to Congress. fjnjr.5n? u.nd the pf"H W pa friends) were not demonstrative and not in the regular mmy all. All sui-- ashcitiuns are not only V"!1, & l ft H g H BS A correspondent of tho Stard unjust, but palpably false. ;, ' to such an extent as Stone's. fli h lnt0 CsH LASLMM. sJRJL 9 Capt. Stone, it must liu reinem-To their credit, be it said. sajH thafCnpt. Stono etMiuItliat a A!n.rc distance iron, the hou any onetoojald satfsfy" 'j&by, herod, has ecrved only one ses-- and jjarueu stood three L'reat barii? I interruption to Mr. Stone, all of inaldngflnqniry tnt ";SopeF sion in Cph(jiSSrflyid.itis a well Sljed with iuch stores of hidden won i ifi 1 w hi eh was in pleasing contrast to nlace "Tvlnir refereneelott, I known fact that new members of B MM e seldom given the the actions of some of tho pres' r $L? i .. '7?:m.u1', T. UAe. luv to this , , wc; .4i. .... ii. ..;....:.. oni.ortunitv to do what the older iiiuL"ii:ni'. iiiL wbhu ent Congressman's partisans a itti.k.i v at nil- .......... l. rabbp." entt. L Rtioniit tue ioho mji i"" inenitiers may accompnsn. rev- - t,,,.. nl,5,.hi,.l.nrph f'rmraincr ;he cielicaM noisy, drunken, rowdyinc substan-- ' firns ami lowly wfmretn imw. Or t ., A. P. in Paducah News. JOS n. wlint ilntn nfviKit year erthclcss, the amount of who liked better service which Capt. Stone ac- FOR PITCHER'S The above is a wimple extract did Cant. Stone enlistmtlio into the foilorntVinnv!- To .'hose com-- ! coiuplished for his district d urine: still u.t-- ...! n.rtl.A fi. Ids ..wlicrepanaw" . U;. lilH., from a correspondence in the .v......v ..' 111.111 a.iifr il maud did he belonc fl" what tins hist session lar surpasses all Paducah 5ews, reproluced to .IIU darl.S t.,c Mr. .lato rt.t J"!fcSl,S:.,SfuS?S h. tori show the character of warfare be- and in what manner lid he lose whole six 3 ears of hi senice. Patty r cburnin, mamnm .ii, bala-gThe fact is that the entire time iv.iahe puis her mytlicr; r.i.d the way ing made upon Captain Stone and his leg! I makuinnuricsbecnuBC m ruo ui'iiru i uv ruin X mnu iuu.f Tt jh to Iif reprotteil Lai if StnilP II!1S HOI liUlll tMinn: ui v,.iil. onut' o uouuivasiuiiiii iiio service was one of incessant and of Miliar, At.d iit '"i.. to .1 story i.amk cause or ,1lfe.c. St"t that such matters are lugged into whatever v.'bicd leibn. eoiuection 1.1 ms untiling labor for the benefit of ttj. uut tbe bhe for a .e, ei.iuuJito 1! bnf uiiiinn ciul the campaign; but the imputation in .the his district and his constituents. r. il sbo would nelj Centaur Liniment is the raot ns jU,i,,hcd oiont by njluiigil being untrue, of course, it will Congressional Dirotory, nor in Indeed, no Congressman eer de- and l:vrn ng t the story. iho vomlcrftil Pain-Curvoted more active and ungrudging The butter had cojie, r.rW Ilridjet his speech at lenta, as I am world lias ever knoun. fall harmless, and the reaction labor for his constituents than was gono to c.im it don ir'o ihe aol a vindication of truth will formed. rjnjrjJfeo did Ctipt. Stone. And the proof cvllar, when l!ie have the opposite effect to that of this exits in the almost marvel-- waiuraa, ututi.tg the flour fiom ier "at UiHercnceuocb 11 ma.e whicj rcwarded hig jia .... went kern-l- :oau..vrit. which is intended. OF cour,o tl.c , Saddlery aijd Harness 'eft aluae in tho kitchen, n)n reg:ia to whether Stone warn Confederate ,.v,.rl:fl,,C! ., .. i.,- - ;c m.,l.-.,. lllli PU.fU Ulr CUUI1 niiuo o iv lonrly; woitGeiii)-- wnai ixaoe ...1 kjujuii-i- , .i jfcui,uwU...v.., rw in 1 iiiivo iiereioioro . tiiw i ! Iai nr.i!Kn inr wi SA..r. ng, lJ ihertl! lujtnitaa gone sy "'V'"""1-it appear that the "whisky ele- it was to his exer-- ; Miidget; Uiea tho opened the OeiJar- - nj soldier at all or nd What has the fact that ntcnt,"' "the noisy, drunken rabble TiifVrn ((" u ons that appropriations were se- - door utid eatkd in hs.w liit;vce, !. !...-- r.,.il ciii-- , that to do with hi qualifications crllll. wmu.11 iiiuiuu eieiueiH, arc mc u.tuKuio .ui" mod for completing the work at "Iir..:! Uridietl" !it i:Jyra Ior ougiessma.n uui iu an " the Urttllll ChniM isi lhe oilio riv- - e ac U1. tuu Juutto o imnot Jcl:son St , opposite Courier Ojp.ct porters of Stone. This brings up swer comes that intakes no dif- et, ior p oucuiif, ine u.iuus oi 'ear' ., - - - Kl HICh'ilAN, the question as to whether .. . lAUywlfa .1 inmnio or iro.suu , Stone's frtrritcr. ms tn 'nn htications." but tlir iiwt " , ticUiiti ;ir :, " H aor. V cettm no reply, siittthut tho , , i" . ,. character as a man anu .citizen ,.is ftock of Saddles and ... . no Trij nor n- oiuiei iiiui jtc vuiumuuo "'v liricii. and AWKLLsalected work mad to order. .lutif.r'rurj if tntioi.tr- - i.ivj in,uuui ri a n onnniiMin n p.x; i. .t suet l uo iu iiiiuu o'lw'"'J t "", tk . . . ... wndow Prompt attention given lo Innisnfl in? t mix fnr tho 10 nac utcidii , BUI Miortof tho rowdies and rab- Burvev of tho noit of Paducah tueftcned hum of ihodi-un- t T w r .... rapcra a " . n1"'" with si vinw to th construction of I sitv UwtiKht ho wotila like UCo uut 1.1 i ?.i v-a a tr at a r . i Rnmo jnon - u uiiu uil.ua, .tin !irr. w'.-....v.. uaw. Th.it ilioro ... .L...I.I moof any kind. He has secured tlie services u,Iin "a? e;: an ice harbor to protect its ship- - and ee papa, autl to in auoter Biinnorthiir him who drink whisky. solier V'' V ment the l.tile ftet wire tr ttiff away of that well known an J excellent work- y some of them perhaps too lib-- . er ,., .,,. umierus own proper ' ciiargett ., tl.,. "..!,? ....la Int.. r..-j '':..... and Uncle Hob Karri-- , winch of iutf U ...,... ...... s,n,t0..,a,inta soldior. t" . A11 n.l.litimi 4n Hitp " "ihe wheattuld .". couia - v te men "" l" 1,"j lirt mlf1l oshe "m""u". Mice; ui Kuiiii iwiu i.iiiiiiui erally, is doubtless true, but is or that he was a uerrilla, but tho brave struggle to secure au ap- goiap down one ur. sie, follow:-1- to re::p- - nio'i in Stone's charac-- ' questions ate counued,iF, IF, if, proptiatton tor Duinting a marine mg machine, ami teavm a there anything hospital at Paducah; and also to ol bundle behind, . ter, public or private, why the kx' P.Mty tried to overdo inn , mit What is tho ob?ct of these in- - p:lt)C :l bill authorizing the ap-- , Royal St. John Mini ribblo should rush . To tlie I'jiluruli There Kc ! J lAgUuK $$5 lie?re-ferred jj m :tu lit ; ittoor!- J TO it Tin-- : younu roLr.s. t , " ... l. -.- .-... -- -, i f i fBfk ' .. ' r . 1 1 JN . h , 1 J" uvr rtTiBt-i,attyppinii-jLiieinu :T.hV k i . b.-- th a"ElMl l!!B iW pyy fWg?m sjejjjm C.H.DOCULA& A.JjJj A Saaaal aKal PLUMMER -- & DOUGLAS ARE SOW BKADY IX3S ALL "! ?.J SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS of Country Produce that may be offered for ohiFraent or storage. 1 - m,r ,1 - ..... !?" - Je. lt ,rhhe t-l i - '! flT i .TI WZSXrrrzvyrvzrTXZEa. AIT -- QBMi Special attention MWM gicn to & 4 WHEAT, APPLES, &c. ror rem. gy-Office Wheat Sack kept han W. B. NVn M nPlrl con-Ui- al t . 0't ' , T,nr ' '. kMf-?-iu'iybsh- u Tl!IQODSi (0) S--y -- 1 at New Depot Vfr AVarjjhousej ? vu-lu,,"- a . I , p. 1 invite the attention of the public to a careful inspec)ionofour new HOW LOST, HOW .'RESTORED! Jurt lit!n of I'nlvtr Stock of Fall and "Winter Drv Goods. Clotliin'. Boots. Shoes, etc. We well'dpaMisIiH, a new KoHny on Dr.radical emit tba Celebrnteri Weakn-i- , fell confident in stating that it is by far the prettiest and beat selection of SrcsMiTOnciKPA or imiual ?riwinnl Lvnet. Ipotisct, Mfctnl ant I'lni-lclucap,citj, ImprdinitDt to Urrit. ie ever had, with prices as low as tlie same class of KflLU-naNo, "Vc lol-untnr- jr vie , CconUMitioN, -- er tJnsrrZrsriEcrss?; "2SS s3tii, g RSv. i j ; I miw v lijy 2v. m&? g7v -i- 1" ;ysyvosi "gi : s? Ii Xnirn-bELKE- dour-be- ll 1 , '' f P-ut- 1 .. I 1 : 1 m. " 1 1 1 1 , I j 1 I in any market. Our Stock ol Indies and Misses I loaks, i Jackets and Short "Wiap, is of the est class of (lOODS, made in tlie I latest Persian stvle. Also some hafdsonic new Markets. As we sold out clean, last . winter, the Stock nov is all iifw, and prices remarkablv l . ' t i !! II u v, in fct'ii as itor aa :uj uutiftc. . bll ait-uiuiuu- t lirmonstmtri from a tbirtjr ful prarttcv, that tli aUrniins cosMqnencti of Mlf aLii.f in a j' ! rrIicall; curnl , poiclln j ont a rauo ofrurr ut one Implr, crrlala, and rlfratuat, by rifain. ut nhich rtery autTcrer. co matttr wiiat i rondition mar uiar cure Liiuaalf iUiiIt. orl. rlxrl Tli" ceirhratrj ur9xai.I vxtraTicancr.A. author. In tl jJiQirbI j, and KtTi, jr iarci. vtplj ntI l. raii.cli. ' , wa-t- .d '. Yi ''ndeVrtoV Vj': "AlJ,,l junrlly 2 i.turhouiii.rtn tte hmnii ,Bto t erj r four 1 th :'us. vKKKi.i.jiEnirAi.o., lor, .; Pint ' Bez.li OOc " ,w" - , J. iMBEEG'S SOTS. CENTRAL o.L-im-iii -"- -"" Wmi re-X- 'J ' iTf-- ..-..---- " ''" '- - v..-- w ..,. -- i 4 . I Irwii-P- il . i.-.i.- - - ' j.-- i m - v. i-- a N. ! , :. "tJiy t -- i r-i- , Al ES ; t iV tE3,J v s 9j "lY J'l&Vsb ll Hj Lili P?' ' -- C d'iiaJ Jt. few p Ji II IJ jlTIji jlIU: ' xox- ' commence MONDAY, Al'fJUNT 30, 1HH8. She will have inch competent assistant. in Literary Department asjnay be needed, and the Mumc CIsh will Le in cbargo of an experienced and thoroughly qualified teacher. T4TIS3 ADELLE ALLEN, Principal, spectfully announcea that tha reguof this institution will lar Pall i I TA?h7if a . o. B. KINGMAN, TTJITI03ST; - a id-.i4fti- vjtiMiLmmiumh 'i?s??raiHiaflh?5?si 1 ft-- Hardware, Tinware; I ..-"- asjjT!. -. ... 1! IMPilim Fakis Farkek, rTZ "., .2jjLJ mm,rmmmmaJivvC: lyifffffTIUW- fw lV -- i ..,i - w Family" Groceries. toj-ehears- e nt!" '.' -- mM too-wr- , , d -- 11 ,.-- -.j .. n-- r STfeS & 'itfjJ&S M ) !IiW tdVQtJ StaM HICKMAN, so. au-i- ' -- ". KENTUCKY, jjj is h-r- 85 W. G. KINGMAN. & ut-te-- eJ -- n wft-en-- A. - HERTWECK, BiLTZER FARIS fscsssnEsiBSsn'SsD CO. F. E. CASE, - M'v.-Jli- Family Groceries; ca-pabl- o m.j'iv-ovrr.an- a n , -- - !.? tKA UuIVi:!' 'iMtvafwt, 6reerles 7 3 Kickman Kentucky. iw ; e tt. -. of'"3 J. W. CQWGILL, mmlMml i mm mm tea-poo- 1 DRUGS, Trusses FETHE'SSAL00N, S -- J.F. 003., I Rock-botto- - it Plaut linos. Scq. annual income. octl I oa nrrhcation to WILS WILLIAMS, fcwictar. i tnar23-t- f s-- . . iSsSif'V C j fc 11! "ssafcs - '-?' v?iszt89r-M- iK T' U x W . ?tf. . ' , -- 'Ask r ,V fi ( J"''Tj? u. ? ""t 5 j ' . h r vj 1tf3 ? IsHS aw r- r-- -. Mi" S -- J "T.. '"S&r. ..r Jis&;!4 ?"-- . W JUJ J fuMhaacc-jg- c sxBUKseraafgca i. f. OUIt BRBS8.G00DS Department is fairly teemingj vrttu Bright, Presli Imported and Domestic Novelties, such as were never seen here before. CORDUROYS, NE7 stot handsoilr ERlW nITS -J K of finnds been on exhibition than ire greater rusli tlin weiavc had for the past two weeks, while Has a HISTORY And HICSMAH, IN TES now showing on our counters.OF never be.oreato we seen a are OLOAKS. x(o)x AVo .. 4 DIAGONALS, WIDE WALES, SERGES, TRICOTS, X o a. cl. !. ft e x IHsocl BIfl.KS IS HQMESPUNS, . bOMBINATLONS, SILK STRIPES, HAIR LINES. Silks, Plushes and Velvets Plain, Striped and Brocaded. SMITH, ELLISON & CO. Our stock igomnfeta in every respect Wc invite each and all pleasure, to sn.w gatjls. o,lx3. Away ESy fjery uBomer, "WITKEB'b m lxi t fT P w A.M trouble, but It and to U. Styles .NEW MARKETS, i SHORT WRAPS; lino of LadiCs, MisSes and Chil dren's Cloaks, in air the latest are showing a handsome t M AALa -52rra pr--- &P2 kss& . iS21 . rsis: JiM .mi. v- - v ...., ,m,n fefelHWJiil ii call and examine our goods vv prices. WW is no IN DIAGONALS, BCIJCLE AND CLOTH. We have already had a line sale ou JACKETS. a s k tsy 1 - jj fcxi irrtj. 1 BRq , r.'ii tsa tfci wa .. i rj F3 ira fcj vk-c- j a WW ttl ' S CLOAKS; and the reason is that wp havo the Styles; and our priced aro rijiht: Don't fail to -- all and sec our WRAPS. SXITH, ELLISON & CO. LOCAL NEWS. Lynn Boyd, Jr., dropped dead at Uenderson, last Thursday. He was the oldest sou of the old Congressman, Lynn Boyd. We will give yon a big bargain in Short Wraps and Walking Jackets. Call and see. iDroi7 av fi WTO RWJ pi JL . -- 2Z3L. A. i' BjTa 'ESSIES S3S A COLLEGE MMilCKM AN. Bars f. LJ: 1 faw,M ju n si it 3 ! 5 S Shah WeBuil(UOne-.b- y ation? I fly i : J. Ambehg's Sons. octl-4- t Mrs. J. returned E. Bnckner, who has igr several weeks with jriy, Mo., has Are drooping tlcir meek heads on account of autumn desire to reminl the readers of the Courikk, that we have in stockjbr falhjM ofCLmoscompictcjiiidckgaiitluics of ' Mr. John Roberts, of Golum-- j line il:ofl Inct Knfiiril'iv rf mi nvni. dose of morphine, taken for a nei- - a. mz j" e g b3l 8 S3c V IV I" fu rUter stated mat certain .rename is the only man in Hickman that houses offer. and rospoiisible citizens have sells Aekerlaud & Wyler's celeoctlit agreed to cash citv of Hickman brated Tailor made, perfect fitting from assured. is we bonds for 610,000, $15,000 or Keady-mad- e Clothing the best The fourth Quarterly Confergiven for this purpose, if the citi- and cheapest in Hickman. They some tini3 we most To ence of the II. 15. Church, South, shall elect to will be held tomor m- - zens of Hickmanrunning ton, llf--, cannot be tound in any other for Hickman, do and no "fai iadvo" lsflirn them, siy we feel before JOje row (Saturday) night, Dr. W. T teen or iweniy years, vju uoims Han is presiding. Preaching Sundisplay. purchases seeing tLus issued the whole taxable; ' Noah Mason, a young man day at 11 a. m., and at night, by wealth of the town, supplemented born and raised in Hickman, now Dr. Harris. by a! small poll tax, would only ' a resident of Cnion City, wa3 shot havo Jo pay something over one and d.mgerouslj wounded, on Fri- Tlie best stock of Men's and thousand dollars each year. Boys' Boots and Shoes to be found, dav hist, at Union Citv, by a man Would this bo burdensome in1 by the name of Wise. At last ac with jinces very low. these who view of the great advantages to counts young .uasnu was in a , . J. Ambeeg's Sons. n t i . n i :j.1 result? in thisissuo we shall not critical condition, but it is believ- - OaClv U il 10 W Uil) S, ailll SailSRCU Willi US octl-- lt discuss the advantages, because .!. looms: mai-gi-T- ho police conn im been fun a as we they are too apparent, but if the a'voung1 all Novelties, assumes practicable its. recently married, and hia eutorjiriso VOll of- tllCSO UlCtS, Bouelc Cloth, Canvass shape, will do so, fiotn time to (liiaintanccs here are surprised, " . . 1 j j O 11 Tl Tn- - time. ItCSnOClllUly, Cords nil shades, ton'StMTrs!',;!! wlibfinu and loth to believe him to blame ,nV0 US On tho subject of schools the afiair. His as-- f the pyar fully cnuil to such emiTgou- - cots mw M... .. .....1 &(? trimillillgS to UiatCil. VxO 11! 0111 OOF, City ciuirierebiu i!. .u.i,ui au.i in :i, , unfortunate tlild CSPoe( ..uu our i,Ulliu u im iiuuiuuvj, on words: onlv srooas A' Now Carpets and Oil Cloth tJiCSe KS H. BUCHANAN 1. Tbit the Tresident and Com- us, offered cheai,,;pal yVrapS tugtJ and Mats are AVllich U'CVC mtiniifuvi urea cupvewif fov : ouncil of tlie city shall have power filf ftniv in in Hickman that , y. TT , ' . , J. Ambebg s Sons. it schools r 1 &&, i JJe.siiOiertf (tormeny inthTclly.adYir'tlftmtnTrrrtliTrcTsrnnin0" iwwwwpw.ww. tht mirchae of ground and the erection of liryati ks brown's) c stylos for Ladies, Slisses LIIU or UCSl ill nnrosafirvj hill lilmir. ... Hl- - iiavment ot lintllS JUKI . ... OUUCK. Remember that stone's " "- o ! . ront for lhc "seor bllluSJ "ecesary tor America. They otter one thous- U tor liicKinan is tni vv,.., l h Idl.I.v.o A ". noiuttnent 111 JUilc, dULi dl.j OIK who' iScbool (JlU oCtinS .tllU b.,i:giii linrpow8 it 8hall b ,awfu, to ini ani1 dolftrs re;vard for the detec- - HPPmT0pTV 18th Stone is meeting Tumoral' only tion of any shoddy in any 8loe8;AUbUlbBUIIMj as COiliparcJ Willi bis appohitments, xjlilrh of t10 W)() llarko1 -' ,. rr,0.i"y.. , geuer.uij , , . t.Mwl tn Oct. 13. th their name on them. ,Q,OJ They cannot be desired, and under-- nVSC11t tllilO, Call llUOrm YOU Unit WC UVO VVeDGVeU 10, lClil,,ZA7vr exnected, . . .. t t i .! m.. ........ III JW v.. i in-- . incu louiKl 111 any Oilier nouse. echool snail oe tsao Hiiea uy taxe.-.n'oou, inai i 0 ,,m, rtMf staple 1 OUlOl Uahalibcthedutyofthe Superintemlcntj isell hand on the ISth, &c. oi i'umic uiHimcuoii io nay over 10 Hm T1,e Tennessee caiuiuiaies lor XOIFamily Gro- - 1)USCS C- -ll nOSSlbly Oilbl' UlOni. -- Afresh supply, of city the proportion of the common echoo Govcrnor tll0 Taylor Urothers, ; also, Commonwealth, which said ftmilofthu ccries always kept in stock CjfDrawinFs, Flan" full specifications as to everything needed furnished, and entinj are sliellk at hul11 L,l ,0"Uct' blU' city wild I entitled to out of he new and fancy lot of Glassware, . ...... , coat accurately calculated. Lock and Key jobs solicited. ....v nf Knitnn pniiniv. in Droiiurnou at me iiiu jyuihui.ii nan V..M..V.. Qucensware, Library ami cheap, children betweeu the ages of six and eigh Democrats are organizing a white $"3 bFP'F which arc nice and Lamps, TS1C. teen of nid city, hiar to those in the resi- rose mounted brigade to greet tho K? & fcsi J. Amberg's Sons. 5S3 due of the county, and the Superintendent gallant uUob." Let's all go. Tho FS1 t sha'lpay in the same proportion annually train leaves Hickman at 10:2o a. octl-l- t t hall to said city, po low; a such The President mid Common m., and arrangements can bo made The 29th was the most picascontinue. m Council shall have power and autuority to hold evening train at Union ant, healthful, delightful, harmless I w RC,looU - F co,um011 j k" hi i! jjit c ci i kiA Citv, to give ample time to ear vShoes for SI on aiKl vjllOOS I01,ilyr,,,nancclorcK"late particular, lav. that tho good people have of Custom Boots . J' ai)pointfulj (iiscugsio, an(l reac!l jIitJ k- in said city in eyory . .1.. T;nrrIR' S2aa.aj" te m " -' - eMjojeaiormaiiyau.v, y.r-- -; mul VllllUlV,li nvn tUV ,- -,, Oi "Mooe CWAV1 P.liilrlvnn UI fhn JIWUIUCtiOnS Oi man by supper time. nronhecy o I l!UlL114Utn.vo, JLiiiillCjj il.Ii3000 direful 1 S4 Q number and U, flp U,UM v;7.. hurricanes, &c, to the contraryEros. OricsecMe 4Jy;i, tll.vl examined and employed, ages the six and Wig- beSt laCLOi lOS 111 of .yv"0 have a larger stock of La- ochihlren between the ntiHitinHncr. We knew Misses' and. children Haimitin-iJrow- n gins was a fraud, didn't' you! fchoo (Jo., Shoe Co.; Cloaks, than ever, in long and Prints, Our Dress Ginghams, tiie1- Bros. & Co. tyio. caii an.i see the &c, cannot be excelled. SONS. ' . ,, ttt-um., Represents a line of the very best Companies in the United States.-OFFICf of ,: hifriipr quality, price and fit, before makcnmn-mn n . oil J. ATOIEEG'S ,,v, iuzvou, '.t-- iroiiAfm.fni,nfn nTii,rt.I, vr, ouvmu ovu.u ai,,i",":": bo" taught the ooiain-- , ' i"S 3 our purchases. Iltli; in- vii- - mfl-tooj octl-- it AT COURT-HOUSE- ,) branches j. amberg & bcs. oi same propose consent of the school) the give --Tho Union City Fair commenoc " :k:-xapro ee, co"--lif- illti ces iext Monday, the oth, and into a few cnntinno ti nntiro week. The jii c;. a. itv, with tho only hitch that a genDirector this year propose to R. L. ALEXANDER, Cash.-Frcst. II. BUCHANAN, V. Prcst. limits the authority of eral clause prohibit wlisicy dVinking and gamWill meet in the Baptist 11. 1. TVLEK, flip Council to impose a tax in ex church, Sunday afternoon, at 1 bling on the rrrounds, and if they W rK II Rfir! K cess of $1.30 poll and 15 cents nd o'clock. Subject for discussion: latttiiatiy enioico this tuic, it ZE i tulorem, and taxes aro now levied "The Evils of Intemperance." i attract a largo element to the MLJSP2 to this limit. Thcro is also author- Leader, C. L. Mitchell. Everybody Fair, which for years jave held ity for the City Council to take cordially invited. KICIiJIAS, KY. such things as an objection. stock, not limited, in any incorpoA. A. Davis, Sec'y. ! ac worth 5c,. .our price, of Flannel, "Knit 100o van ds Prints, All shades rated institution. These aro points u (, " 2hc 10c,. Goods, Yarns, Jeans, Linseys, Gqq Rubber bl thrown out for thought and distt tt " it 5c Ulankets, Uomtorts, now rcauy ou 500 Cashinere,.i 850,000. 10c,. Have you seen the late style cission, and will bo recurred to tt It our counters, and wo invite spo-ci- - 500 Flansl, very heavy " received, at Sc,. columns. Canton Dress Goods just in future in these , It If attention to quality and pri20c, . J. Ambekg's Sons ? 15c Bed Tick, fsra heavy, 200 r ilpC 11 tt octl-- it n r',,t, ,.fJXnA 8c, Being rcgoIftrly organized and ready for business, we respectfnlly solicit the patronage i- 305 VIU, A t'nptnln's Fortuimto IMscoory. J. ViTREKri'a Snxs. 1,000 It of all. All colllection8 made for depositors' free of chaige. Approved- 8c, .. Bl'd DoTjCjie, yd wide, . oc OCll-i- t - Cipt. Coleman, fcIi. "SVey mouth, plying J narer rtinninjr three or four months, discounted at Ine tt tt Sceacl? 3rr. T. A. Sykes, a colored 10c each, tloz. Tnwpls. 100 rate of per cent, per annum. between Atlantic Uitj and a i., nau neen Tho eandidates for Congress tt it Mi- " 5c " " Iccach troubled with a cough so that lie was una- man of reputation and ability, of Ladies Jaiilcercliiefs, 100 large tC spoke at Fulton, Friday, to a being tt " 40c pair, 25c pair ble to sleep, and wa3 induced to tryDr. Nashville, Tenn., who bears letMen's a wll Socks, 50 ". for Consumption. ters of high commendation from crowd, tho opera house lC ft " Goccach King's New , worth $1.00, tt 10 'i Scarlet Undershirts, It not only gave him insfuit relief, but the late Gen. Cheatham, and othflp T r about well filled. The friends of c 11 ' Blv Flinel Overshirts, , 5 $1.00 each allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. 1.50, ClIAS. BALTZER: H. BOniANAN. GEO. B. THRELKELD. each candidate claim to be well er prominent citizens of that city, Rft. TVLER. AIjb.V.-XUiIlr It " M's Q'ercoats, " 2.00 His children were Fitnilarly affected and a 1.00, if -25 14. .11. Ij. Jj. UIJJr.KUUU. II. UJUIWOUiV with the discussion. The j. . satisfied THT tt It sinele dose had the eame happy effect. is in Hickman, proposing to deliv" ' .1 " " 3.50 5.00, :t 25 on The Pro applause that greeted Stone er a series of lectures Dr. King's cw Discovery is now the standt , : nn S.U T?,,,i- - Qn;tc ivtf, ,nrn;-- , ,..,....t. flU.UU in on 12 UU1 lllltj;, Ul Lit oir iU.uw throughout was both enthusiastic ard remedy in the Coleman household and gress of the Colored Race, Prohi."J5I.CU ilUUft Kjmii:, vi umouia; on board the schooner. Free Trial Dottles bition, &c. 75 Pair Men's Pits, nich we will sell at 50 cents on 1.00. and deafening. It don't appear to His first lecture was of this Standard Kcmcdy at C. A. any one that the be disputed by 10 Cases Men's lavy wjiler Boots, worth 2.50, go at 2.00. announced to bo at the African Drug Store. crowd was largely for Stone. church, last night. CustoWe have a largo lot of V. A. IlKNSON, Dentist, will with trim m-made Fine Shoes for Ladies, Misses desitf all), for a few squibbs continuo to visit Hickman, the mings to Dres Goods, than ever, which we guarantee match, lower and children, second Monday in every month. J. amberg's Sons. at to irive gatisfaction. issues likcy UNION CITY, ENN MOSCOWEY, Will remain four or five days. Ahberg's Sons. octl-4- t. J. work done Parties desiring dental our at reasonablo prices, will do well Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand, a full supply of octl-l-t whicl wilFemanate from some Judge Handle is compliment- competitors; will dis to call at my office, at Laclede wise : COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES. IIouso. very high terms by the Clin ed in open columns ol all afrertiied prices. Orders by telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention. ton Democrat on his very poiuieu A full line of Ladies' and Gents' Darin! Robeson hand. Picture" Frames made' tt 3 concise charge to the grand and Iiitcrcstinsr r.icperieiiccs. we are prices, who jiave lie order. Old Furniture made new. We' minufactare Cannon's Pile Ointment, Liniment jury. Referring to the violations who pays Mrs. Hiram Will nd Chill Medicine. No cure no pat. We expect to bundle Furniture, Buggies, i:c , are Columbus,Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Jones' bo rung on any one of the liquor law he charged the Ga., tells his experience, thus in oon, and will take orders for them ntfw. public, all sizes, at ,, ,1 GTirilTQ nj.fYV TIT X 4 A (.m,V,t. of nnv mfri-haiT-t this ?!"!....., ,. , , ,w.. doing biwiiiessMi"b";Vl!Sl' S.'TiS: . . , .... ...i .. V '"r'"..,. ,."; :...:.:.! j roght toi001112: market.tO Our advantages ik ,. J..M.1V.V.., .. .......... .. -,, v ,i t t heavy fropt in this section fronn- , ,i rt li,,,.,.!,., . OliylaG' 'ff ino P'er!no 110110, We can SGCOIltt ""'" 4AI,1 ,. v; wJl, 4 ;,nr,w; m vnm' -lUind at t 10 "aiullftvoru. tuc oiycci so ?"l '" " ui . ... ., uou uiu iwi.rB in the first to the tenth of October. " wi x "iwuis-vCorniKU is simply Ihese things tR,,.:. 1,. ,Mr1c m xv c iiuillOV thilU UllY o( article in the attention of tho tax- - try guarantee,the laws of the coun- - saleiV SiV tiiai WC Call eaSllV COlliPete W ith At least, this is the. nrciliution ofL. L Liiaij - .,.. ., . o " muuo fv and good citizens; . oul1 t aUract the time urlm tniii i, w ith th .. I. ... .!. ,. .. .i.Tfl1. ra CTSES2TV 3"H jaRKinan bmuuiu ... ui.h one. una mum bo I... t I. I... pavers oi ine town oi V did sign. our competitors can'nv "will sell llicin. college! of building to' SSMBSNTi m,"TT; n ' ..x ,'V. 7 i;o r.,i! by tho idea taxation. Ita may be, i ,i H. LUOiiiiiLl Hats and Caps, all prices and xyi general We are delerminid to go me ousmess ui tsto n.m A nobby line of Ready-mad- e Clothing, and Gents' Furnishing Goods, now ready for inspection and comparison, at j. A3IBEHG s ooas. nkz r" -- .- yV SS - jfmrMCl , .v.:hnniho t-- .i v-uiiiii- i, If UnnfPR T. We will :y to vou, s yon hive been The enterprise of building a colYou may find in the Courier, advertised prices, part in lege at Hickman has from time to t.ikinc; an active bind of Sarah Jnne Wil From some who' set out baits, and catch with these devices j We,' murderers. time engaged the attention of kerson and heryou to fix up your business Perhaps U is best for the people at large, hereby, notify ssoine of our best citizens, some and leave the country in -- ') hyn after you For on these staples, they cannot you overcharge; (it whom nrefer to btltld It by tax- - receive this warning We would have ntiotl, arguing that it is the fairest given this no'ice Ion;; eince hail it not been But when yon come, your bettor goods to buy, Keep your eyes open, for you will find them high. equitable plan, in n, on ueonnloi yonr ne, nut n.w we m . winds, wc and most makes each and every much as it Of these, our friends, we've nothing to say, u Ins jl0w now citizen bear tho or herofproportion- -- ;0 thievestogct ,,p witness for that band' But if. you would buy goods cheap, come over this way;. We hvve had an Renter- of C0St and unirderori atti part of . s "We arenpt afraid, our prices to give, Ulii5e that v. ill benefit tho "whole you spotted ever since the murder taken ClTIZBNS WerlWrseii you as cheap as any that live; coihuuintty. It maybe accepted ,i,,ac& All advertised prices we are ready to meet; Mr. James Ilogan, wo under- m i fact that a college cannot bo Our purchases are large, antl departments complete'; built at Hickman by privato sub-- , stand, is a witness for the defense, d "it having .been tried the object of these notes, it 8 fccription. We are tor busy this week, our prices to note; )eatedly and f.iilod,"thc great hitch 'is claimed, is to iutimidnto such Jnst briig on the juices that others quote, being that while there are some' witnesses; and to prevent their We are reuly and anxious tin so prices to meet, court. Tiie Courier will contribute liberally there tendanec at And savs you money" on a bill complete. are otheis equally ablo and oqtinl-- ' pretends to know nothing of the will not coutrib- - facts, but certainly such methods lv intereKt'd;who Q$ lite a cent. This is the truth of cannot, and should not be toiera- aiC DUSV OPCIlinff UP OUC 01 tllU situation, and hence the con- - ted m a community tiiat loves law, tho tVO.. 1 1UU ..inctn.. is clmir that if a colk--e is ordor and fair de.iling, The a.-- liiOSL COIUOieLe III1C OI 00115 W G IVdYC CVei , i The CoruiKRhas been shown the original copy of the following Tax- letter, which explains itself: Ky. FrxToN, : Mr. Jamu IIoon The flowers may bloom in the spring, And in the fall may fado away; But give us your attention kind readers, 3?or in this issue we've something to say. ZCi nr If- I re--an- at-wh- o f , - -- ..-- - -- ,. , r,,n iiru niMw JSSAn-i 1 M .VS ! .. . i .X 4 . r. f , J. Amberg's Sons. ! already the articles especial attention, justice of not and if prices and stock have anvthinp; to do with it, our success HJ k k - have dear to feminine heart, hcrscli ths should our Our J0,-00- 0, that otha returned may We havq.just spent the market, where making thorough investigations confident laying. While that our AEE n I CHEAPER -- than rush into tlie mai'ket and ask any competitor, and that & -- -- np-lth- from foreign and domestic emjrace Cloth, 8ilk Warp Hair potted Irish Hair French Henrietta, Corduroy Suitings, Jersey .jj buttons opened counters. we found are and' all of and Children. and lengths, late Im-SraiStte""'-1'-ML A. I ........ atrial. JP!k13-- 30. S2 Oo.& tvt.-j- i,,.,. world-renowiie- d J. D. MILLARD I SON, - i- -. II. t tate ilQn a r you these articles ,,,,. " lliail lla thc'S '. ..". . i .- - '. . 1 1 Bilks -- Contracto 1 , n. 1 ? hic:k:m:.a.:n Kentucky", . ..-- -. I M. FRENCH, aBii. -j -- Our lines and ioiir Padan try them. m and the worm nuugu tbe benefit 4-- - to very rare bargains.and.we of those our trade. We niumuutRo rciiowiiediSrsVuUmLriciios', hSrco.chooi iaor ! A UlZr1 to 5 m i''' - , mi Ait V Accident. E . siiaszidijsf M 33 .A O- Jk I 14 c M al CASITAL, tj"v,. ry DIRECTORS -- , .. . '8 to prepare the public mind toappear in subsequent of this most excellent of the fertile brains of andlrill read something in this aWc count this journal are Ilie money to advertise their and to all print in neither not afraid pr oi prices to appear jury to use all diligence to bring the offenders to justice. Under we the kini of aerehants to take refuge behind some hackneyed Judge Handle's administration the majesty of the law will be upheld. phrase audsay kat we will do. Our prices show what we ahe Paducah Standard. doing. Would lte to see yoirin our house soon. The latch-strinHoA large lot of Woolen ; hangs on tie out&e. Very respectfully, siery, for Ladies, Misses can buy, at We that are paper, g amteChil-dren- UNDERTAKERS, and june!8 mm 611 on the "For three years have tried every remedy market for Stomach and Kidney octl4t prices so all J. Ambeeg's Sons. Disorders, but get no relief, until I ued Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and am now cured, and think Klectric Hitters the Beat Blood Purifier in the world." Major A. B. Iteed, of West Liberty, Ky., ued Electric Bitters for an old standing KidNothing hna ney affection and says: ever done me so much good asEleclric Bitters." Sold at fifty cents a bottle by C. A llolcombe. MUftitNERY BAZAAR, n visit and fails to find anvlhinc requisite to complete ber happiness and bcautily uer face in the wav ot a Hnr ofnefc ia na usual, bricht and beauti ful, vpt thi BPRRon fliirnasses anV and all HAT OK BONNET. A STATE COUNTY and Mechanical, Scientific, Engincsring.Slassicai, Ksrmsl School, Military Tactics, Gammsrcial and Prcpsratonf Gsjts33 af RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION.- -- Eighteen Professors and Instructors. COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Sid. Pl. Catalogue ., and otlierinfotmalior others. cordial invitatuyn extended to APPOINTEES all. Fall term be-i- ns Sept. 8tb, l886. For Address JAMC K. PATTSRSOX, KC-:- M J 1 1 1 yrrr SiVflS