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OSOlxOK WARREN, Editor, f T1E HICKMAJI COURIER f f ; - Neatness and Dispatch. V V i "SKI!! T .rJl BirVBIiOPBS. LaiTER-HBA- D , 34d The Oldest Newspaper in "Western Kentucky HTVITATION8, 15, 1SS6. mice f subscription. ti.s& ESTABLISHED. a. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY- FRIDAY. OCTOBER - VOL. XXH.fgp. " : ; ETC., ETO. XII ix HADDOCK CONSPIRACY. -- Leavitt Makes a Confession Ro garding the Killing. THE ANARCHIST PLOT I ANARCHIST VENGEANCE. t. To Octroy VirniiA Was Ilatclirit in Aqip lea, anil Wn the Most Diabolical Gottfried. 'Waller, Who rostiOod Errr lnenteil. Vienna, Oct. 10. The Vienna police hjvo furnished the pi ess with an account of tho Anarchist plot to burn Vienna. Although many de:ailr0 obviou sly Mipprcs-cthe plot is siiown i0 in extent) surpassed 'iiny have and ingenuity diabolical inarcita concocted. S(ventn hitherto plot have Wen ar. of tbe conspirators rested. An examination of the noneri shows that the plot was batched) in and directed from America and Londin, and was to bocanied out by Viennese Anarchists who recently returned from America. The plot was cleverly organized. TV cou. spirators were divided into several frosipS) one of which was detailed to set lirtto tlio town, another to tnke charge of thf' dyn. mitopeiation, and anotherto forge tbv, noeesarj' oflicial documents and jJo coin money for expenses. Parties were,detailcd to set fln to IVnziii!?. Dnter'Jidlin!r. ,ir?tzendorf, Moidlinirand Favor Jun. Thti 3oijrairotiaA,orfcereauW;Jv'i rTinul"'ftVas nlmostnnature. Ih6vw va nnivertal praise for their zeal an l An Anarchist of Prague the first information concerning 'ha couspiracy to tho authorities. Juo plotters were mostly Czccks and syel maus. Thev held secret meet ngs bi a tavern at Ponzing, where operators fer0 instructed in the use and manufactare ot bombs. The seizures include n:nWon'' daggers and bombs, dynamite, lire btles for firing buildings, printinc fa,, forging implements nud a variety of dlbguie, all of the most ingeni- n ous character. Another plan tool-taimoney was by means of a forged document to frighten old ladies, at whosev houses the plotters would make a dosm'd-lnrvisit under pretence of searchirfC for counterfeit money, when they would seize all the good money upon vhich they could ay bauds. A recent lire in a private house was tho result of an experiment with lira .1 bottle. recently-discovered d, A TERRIBLE SCENE. Kmplojei i:,caplnjr from the Itoof of a factory Iliiildliic Which Wu all Ablaze. NewYodk. Oct 7. Albe broko out tbi' morning early in a factor building on Bayard street. Eight different firms have shops in it Samuel Paul's employes escaped by tho east stairway. The employes of the othor estab lishments could not so escape. t Tim frightened employs made for tho roof of tho building. The last reached tho flat roof with clothes afire and half smothered. Already the just deserted rooms were on fire, and to stay on the roof was to perish, because the flames were breaking through tho scuttle Adjoining the factory was a hous w ith a peak roof To leap to it wasperiloiis. but to remain w as certaiu death. The employes shrieked m despair, and n ln'ge crowd gathered in tho street below With cries of terror thct were echoed in loud walls from tho street, men and women flung themselves off. Miunif Rognnskv Ml iu tho street on her head uiid wns mortally hurt her skull lieing crushed iu. A little boy who wns clinging to the coping of the bouse was rescued by Paul J. Shappoll, an old volunteer fireman, with tin aid of somo citizens and th police. The police wont up on th roof of tho tall tenement. No 71, nnd threw a rope down to tho factory emplojes still left on tho roof of the burning buiMing. and thnv were rescued ono a tlT t' other. Others were taken into a window from the houso. Hvman 11 iherts hurt bis arm IkuI-iAll this took but a few mintit-- s and then th" police and llrmen put up bidders. At this tune the roof of tho factory wason fire, but the fireni n were soon masters ot the situation. A c)o-- search of the burned rooms soon showd that nobody had been burned to death. four-story POWDERLY TALKS. THE COMMONWEALTH Louisville Leaf Tobacco Market. The market has held with considerable itcadiuess this week the better action noticed ai developing the last two weeks preceding. This has applied especially to VCJOR rhe Against tho Chicago Seven, Workman of the Knlcht oPlabor Jtevews the Orowth and Kilucatlonnl Necessities or the Order W'y He Opposed the IUllroud and Grau4-4Mastcr Ills Itecent Great ills A Mas(erlr Pi Issues of the Day. !peeat a e ilaaap- r the r0-m- Elsht-Hou- r Strikes. John Area.Unrf, Foreman of a llrewery, .Acciued or Firing Hie Miot that Killed the lToUihitloii Minister. Narrowly Escapes With Ills l.lfo I'rom an Knragfil Crowil. Oiictc.o, Oct. 11. During the late Anarchist, troubles Gottfried Waller was quite a leader among the men, and when tho trial came on appeared as a witness for the State, and gavo evidence which did much toward causing the conviction of tha prisoners. Many threats were made against him. Last night, accompanied by a friend, he entered a saloon at 105 North Wells street, a favorite gathering place of the Swiss element bf tho laborers. Somo one said, "There is tho traitor." Waller endeavored to leave the room, but the crowd followed him with cries of "Hanir the dog," "Choke him," "Kill hiui,.liim ly k lliniut, rKj, Waller shook the man off, aud drawing a revolver,' shot several times into the croud. For a moment they fell back, but soon came up again and attempted to hang him. Again Waller freed himself and fired into the mass of people. By this time ho as nearly to Chicago avenue, and ho ran lor the police siation Captain Scbaack placed W aller in tho cell for safety, and sent a squad of men to disperse theciowd and capture the leaders, if possible. It could not be learned whether he had shot anybody or not IfiV-.Hotitjjr,i- svv It-- " Sioux City, 1., Oct. S. Important developments havo been mado in tbe Haddock assassination case. Leavitt, who was arrested in Chicago yesterday, was not brougb here, but taken to Kinsley, the Jhorae of Attorney Wood. He is exieeted Acre Monday, the date fixed for tUo of 'the examination of tho parties arrested. Accompauyinp; Wood to Chicago was F. A. Bill, business manager of the Sioux City Tribune, and Mr. J. V. JCeliy. 3Ir. Hill w ns intimate with Leavitt and itt was throuzh this intimacy that t t T It IT... t '" rMWrnf h k TTith Vm ftir eoarefoHi iMa Tftali.' In his confession, sworu to befor a nary public in Chicaco, Ij?avitt Caarges that tho shootinfc was done by John Arensdorf, foreman of tho Franz Brewing Company. Two men had beenhired to whip Haddock and another man, and tboy were told "not to punch him ton hard but hit him in the face and pive him a black eye. That will do, as we don't want to ;ro imv further than that." Leavitt said: -- V.'e saw Haddock coming across Water street from tho "o one said a word Columbia House. as John Arens orf started toward him. He came up in front of Haddock and looked him in the fne and threw up his hand in front of Ha Tuock's face. Mr. Haddock pulled fomett.injr fiom bit. pocket and strnck Aren.doil I tht;n saw Arensdorf draw his gun and Rawlrm .hoot Haddock. 1 .'aw nothing mote of Arensdorf." Arensdorf was arretted yestenlay in Davenport, where he had gone as a delegate to the Knights of I'yth as meeting, mid is expected to arrive hero during tho nignt. THE THREE AMERICAS? Paul Leader aud George Lanpe wej1 arranged and admitted to the oaiua bail as Muchrath and Sherman. Warrants l.xpokltinn it are out for other parties implicated iu the The I'ropo.ed 1'rrmaiifnt IKO'J. In conspiracy, and it is aid Leavitt has assurances that by turning State's evidence Oct. 10. The proposed perbe will escape punishment. manent Exposition of the "Three Ameri. . cas," to open here in l5'J"J, is rapidly taking 'Vienna's Destruction Platted. shape, and tlw Board of Promotioa n London--, Oct. !l The Chronicle'. charge of tho project are already encourat Paris jays he has jut hearil aged expectation by tbe gratifying from Vienna tbo details of a stnrtling An- responses from all over tbe countryfand archist plot to destroy Vienna and to assas- witb the progress already made. sinate Emperor Frauds Joseph. The conFirst, a Constitutional spirators, whose plans were frustrated by Centennial celebration at WaSiug-to- n ibe authorities, had intended to carry out sineeu the by in tbe plot on October 4. Various timber American honoij of in republics stores wen to be set on lire throughout he off the the city, and during tho confusion pub-ii- c Constitut on of the anniversary parent reiiubliif-tb- e buildings were to lw blown up with Uuit"d States; second, a Woild's Kxs dynamite. The police seized immen.,o tion m 1MU, howr quanticies of bombs and other explosive tin the nt Washington,anniversaryin of thjdis-c-if o different parts of the c ty, especially near very of America by Columbus; th jl, a thb Imperial resilience at Scbonbrunn, and permanent cxjKJsiiioii u ixsu.ii.-ii- i beneath the bridge leading to the palace, tho resource, arLs and intlustriT ui of which the Emmrar prnj ilailv. it tvns Americas. Thalso intended to make an attempt upon the the three ptoject does i,ut mean life of the Emperor at tho same time. A of this fair of piiraU exhibits. It njans larg number of foreigners aud Austrian the "American M is u:n." "Aiiri-enwere arrested. The escaped that Art Callery," the goviiime!itarpx-bibit- a to Gennanv. bvthe fifteen Spanish AniPricatlR publics,' the State and TVrritor al extbits Increase in Land Entries. States nud Tcrriotoril of of thu fortv-siof Washington, Oct. S. In regard to ths tho United States, and other featureK)i, proposed World's Expos:tion f statement in the recent annual report of the remain permanently as the Natlnal w ill n Governor Warren.of Wyoming, that Capital, in form somewhat similar to tho and the settlement of public landi present National Museum, and protbly in that Territory are being sensibly under the same management that oltho checked by the severe requiremntJ ex- Smithsonian Institution. acted rom settlers by the" nir rules and regulations ot the general Lsml Dr. Douglass' Bill. J. Richmond, Ort. fl. The only iork tl InMie National Assembly ol Knights ot Labor yesterdny was the ndoption ol the reior' of theCoinmittec on Credentials. Mr. Powjlkrly'H nddress has already been The Grand Muster opens made Psju"'i! his nddrcw by saying that the lawn oi the order require ths General Master Work(ran--nt-te- man tosul'niU at the general assembly a report ol his official acta during thu ear, two-stor- y butiorhuuto do that would be Mich impos- TB!' clretno-spectio- n. peak-roofe- d wo'kb'tuu1 to prepare For information as toc!tiillaofthe Executive Board's actions Uo convention is referred to the vnriouCAi?iJl0be printed, ami the MiVsWrSJPbtftnau proceeds to ' iibififfiler m.iflM!tite.iPortniico nnd make tturh suggestions a?o deems necessary The sible, for thereupon, among other), that would take at least four aEPit - uddres proceed! "if we aiC gulird bv the experience of tho past ami act acordingij, we can place the hnvliiK cloe tins general assembly without properly will fail to lniproved on the lt wio out ii- - hero. Iho rapid reprost'iit those -tc-fl- on order upon a fooUiK so sufc and sure that no assuults from dsfiiemies can Injure it If we are not gulddl bj that rxper enco and increase In orpin zat on since the Hamof he irenernl npsouibly lias ilton been mo-- t umrclou-- , i,tS assemblies liilijrbeenorj!Hnzed. Thousands hae been inert, attracted toward tie order through ly seltlh ; others Iia'o come lor turn (In Rn-a- t bulk of our new remot ves. whilo joined fot tho good they could do. cruits Quito a few hnveentcrcd our order lor tho purpose or rtilrtwinir existing wrongs, and lK?lore waiting to earn an thing concerning the duty of tho Hiiiihts of tho order, hat siriKt--- . piilhKeU into r.isinim 'i lie car-d- r vers oftU Louis were organized under pram so ol the organizer th..t they would receive lid unstinted in cn-- e of a 6tnkc. KM before the receipt of the r clmrttrthcv wxv on strike Their by such utter were dircirard for our ten hint, that tho paid aud well know u iiKfiits if their employers had no dilbpulty In gccin nt?. he passage of motions or a violent clinnu it It is an establi-hc- d lHct tint muu mbo lcro employed by detec-tlv- e Hveneii-- stood ipon the tloorof that to urir.nr the neii ( deeds of r violences tho street-camid tliKt thouroperj lMMlfsiroic.1 IV rthc-- e outrages the order was In no way rest ousihle "The oiithwcst sinke began when the time and attention of the general officers were taken up vritiiothrr matters of itul n Non tic oi the contemplated was jmen to o, and wo knew- - nothing causes Icad-iiihalcver concerting it or to the to it until it hat been in progress sover.il da) s. It h.isliecn averted that I condonincl tho men while tiny woio on strike No f iich statement ect passed mj lips. I did not apprceof thcsirik. s ncecontlilpncocnouKh was not iepoed Ii ttie lccut Vo Board to gic themaclianso to examine Into griev-auce- s coui)iIainisl ot. It was only when tho 'Ii real was wude to dop etcry whcol In the I nited Mates that 1 a sed my voice in denial. 1 did of the order and tho that in countr), and woii'd lothe same thing n train under similar circumstances. '"The fiht hour strike which took place May J ws not suicessftil except in cases w l.cre cinpiof eri and empioyos were actuiK in barmom.or where implovcrs were willius to adopt thepian In many cases the old system of vrori'iig long hours has been I ca.tionetl our members iitruln-- t ind am Into this moiement riislilnff linn in the .bchor that had I not dono o treat los would have lieen entuilisl upon asl uur.l.ers of our asseuibl es I iiave leen nocustsl ot oposinjr tho eiKht-hou- r inovpinent No stutcuieut was ever further lnim the truth. I opposed the str'ke on May 1 because the education which must always precede Intcllificnt uction had not been iriven to those iu tiefd of it and because no definite busliiAsvllke plun for (ho a,nr .tlm moTOiiicnt Keen "iiuTlT'out rorttlOe HHine"rca?ons do 1 "tnl ojpofn it a roductioii of tlio hours of ialMrls a nscesslty, and sooner or later tnustbu hid, but we must not forjret that In r many p arts the plan lias not been iidonttd a The vcrv discusIon of the sud den iDlrodictlon of theelghMioiir plan injured Millions ot dollars' worth of work was left uiflone bccaiis' of lUs iincertuinty In rcgaid t taking coutrac's. The move was In the rls.'hpJirectioii, but tho time ind were not suitable. Ucioio the e Kht tiourhilan 1 aloptcd the Knights of Lab' r aniline trade unions of America nni-- t ;heirdiller lues, la as dctlr rjealou-iesau- d come :o.xctfcer and adopt a p. an of action, wh'ch iniistbetrradual snd such as will not lnti.ct injury uiin either employer or s uom-panicac-t.o1 peak-roofe- d v. HUNDREDS OP SKELETONS Found in an Old Church. !arrrt in Nice, Pakis, Oct 11. The old Dominican church at Nice, known as St. Dominie, is now used a s. bakery for the French army. A few days ago, when the architect was employed to make sumo examination of the roof, ho discovered in the garieti pver six hundred skeletons that had been flung in without order or arrangement The medical experts declare they must have been buried m the church toree or four centuries ago. When Nice was occupied by the French soldiers in 1792 the monks were driven out of the church, which wns used for military purposos, and it is supposed that in making certain changes m the floor the skeletons were thrown up in tho garrets. The majority of tbe bones are thoe of women, a id among these ther is no doubt tho skeleton of the Dutchess of Savoy, who was buried in thechurch. A tbo remains have since been buried in ono of tho cemeteries of 1 Burley tobacco, all grades of which have had a steady, general demand, which, without quotably advancing prices, has kept them more closely to the outside limits of our quotations. While the manufacturing trade is sharing with other Hues of business in tho trade revival, the steadily decreasing stocks aro admonishing manufacturers that they may not be able to afford awaiting supplies from tho nowcrop. Dark and heavy styles havo beoa steady, witb no quotable changes in prices, though atlow bo grades to appear tracting more attention in a quiet way. Tho first killing frost of tho season occurred recently, and it appears, notwithstanding an ample wenther warning, that in somo localities 15 to - per cent of the crop wan caught In tho hills. To what extent these contingents aro injured is not known, but it sometime happens that a very light touch of frost proves beneficial. The first frost this year was unusunllyilato. The new crop is not yot moving. We quote livSTi tobaccos as follows for packages: TJtirf'M. Dar:and Heavy. Trash TJim 1 75 tlsroasw J2 Ma 3 SO Common lusrs.. 3 7V ( 25 4 im. 5 'S. Med'um lugs... 3 (Wit 3 75 Good lugs .. .. 5 00ft. ( 75 'it 6 M i 10 fi 2Ta C 75 Common lent. 5 (10 4. S 00 Med uin leaf... 5 5056 fi 25 7 00 Good leaf 7 s w 10 OoStW So 'full-weig- ht synopsis of Hon. Daniel; recent .speech at Inula he sounded the key-t- t puiiMi in the State. MeDom on the stiuro wore & prominent men of tb of local, but State cons; when the president of trodnccil Mr. Vborh& words possible, the on injr received a grcch st rated how closely he.' self into tlio hearts of, diitna. It is coho is tho ablest po atociHaiiv 'cam ' iisiiai it Kv-Senat- or Tho follow-in?- 13 e Selections......... Wrapper Trance i toai8S5 i?no r ) 14 00&15 18 CXtot SO HADDOCK'S MURDER. Arrest of a Theatrical MarniKerniid Other, rhat'Ked Willi :t Knowledge oT the ("rime. to-da- y Wa-hlnst- Wa-iiixgt- oorre-sponde- nt bej-on- d Thepro-jcctcontmplate- Nice. 1S-S- th A MICHIGAN DUEL. Two Xrlghhors Meet on Sunday und.2 tt Settlt" a -- right four-hundred- th - ajjer-maue- nt n ring-leade- x 7 The Halter Tightening. Cnirioo, Oct 7. In tho case of tho ChiHauled Dtwn Our Flag. cago Anarchists the motion for n new trial Halifax, N. S., Oct 11. The American was ovei ruled, and tbo prisoners will bo fishing bchooner Marlon Grimes, Captain sentenced In nuponse to tho' Office, SecretarVTmBr niTd ,Laudry.iw)i:t;Ui.ds,UiJUi-i.at- . that StaelUl n by question whether they had am th.ug to say. New Youk. Oct 10. Colonel Kd (lr tbe records of the department bhoiv that for l'Cnptaln Quigley for breach of the cubtoms several of tin nieiia'ldrfsed the court: "I the fiscal year of IijsO th land entries m was seen by a reporter with re ftwee to a laws in not xeporting to tbe custom-bousshall die proudly, defiantly for (because of tbe Territory numbered 3.wl2 as against paragraph published in a luornlig paper on entering the harbor lastThurdRj night, justice," shouts Spies, in response to tbo 2,923 in lSs-tan increase of 50 in Wl, Neele burst into violent alleging that a sum of &,W, left y was lying nt anchor in that haib.-th s judge years, the year ;SS5 shov.n a correspond alms?, Grinned a . to Dr. Doughss, had afternoon with the American flag (ly- cur, his cnllitig State's Attorney The polico Scret-jrof General Grant ang incrcas-- over lri. Tne assistants scoundrels,. , Colonel Grant end the ing from Ler :natbead. Captu n en i ilmi nut on m never been paid. added that re assailed, and in short his speech was who was on board the be adtho desert land entrfos wiiich paragraph through an' sat silent 'or a few w as anchored 100 yards belowTerror wmci a tirade of abuse. Neetw nbaudoned himthe s"ho.ner, vantageously entered only in large twts, moments with n troubled expressbnoi bU appeal ordered Captain Landry to haul down tuo self to a wild other-- i for tbe judge to haug tal; but m thj requiring consiI0r.b!. features. Then be nud: "Dr.Doughss has flag. The latter did so. but shortly aftr-wai- d him with the number of entries madbr indtviduaU thu been paid, and paid in f nil, aid I ha e tbe flag was seen wnving fiom the records abow a large h s rettipt His bill was an enoriious and masthead. Captain (jmgley ngain ordeiod Salvationist Commits Brutal Murder. most unjust one. Mr father left i writtea the flag to be hauled down. ThLs time tbe WiRsw, N. Y., Ort 7. The town of CasThe Oleiir an.ie Tax. Daiglassbe American refused to obey. An armed rew request to Mr?. Grant that Dr. WA!'HisoTON''t. $. Tie Acting Sscra-tar- y paid 000, that is to say. that tic amount wns at once dispatched from the Terror, tile, Wj oming County, is oxcitod over a murofhis bill, whatever it was, shoullbeniade who boarded the schooner, and Captain der committed there last night by Rolert of the Treasury Isa ns'i(id tha fOO Quigley himelf hauled down the American Van Burnt, an Englishman and a member an op.iuoii a . to whothor lip to ?5.000. The Doctor chargid f7 of tho Sal vai ion Armv Van Brunt boardand he has been paid it, every pemy of it' UKtbe oleoinfgarine law imposes a tax on ed with the family of Simon Roy. and last ingredients uss-- in the manuthediffer,-n- t night found his son. Will Roy." sitting up Attempt to Assassinate a Priest. Deadly Diphtheria. late with his half sister Eva. 'Van Brunt facture H oleomrtrgarii!'-- . and aKo a tax Pittpbvim.ii, Oct II. An attempt was told Eva to go to bed, and sho refused. Ho Waia5H, Ixu. Oct 10. Fears tie enteron thofticle when fiuiihed nud pi.ice 1 on or whether ibn aw contem-plat- a tained of tho spread into this county ot the made yesterday to assassinate Hev. Father th-- drew a revolver and fired at oung the tax only upon the uuJmshed raging in LogansporE and por- Miskewitz, pastor of the Polish Chinch. Roy, causing a fatal wouud in tho head. question has been raised by thj diphtheria Fulton County. At the former Mass had been said, and tho father hud The murderer was overfKiwered by a tions of brother of Roy, and banded over to thj oouents of the measure, an i i s will make a conside ab e d flrenc3 place tho diseaso ha flies the skill of phys- turned to address the congregation, w hen Voun coustable. icians, and has now be n raging fully three a bullet crashed through a window, and ne way or the other to persons dealing m mouths, with deaths averaging 3) percent striking the wall on the opposite sidi oleomargarine. The Mormon Question. New cases at the rate of sir jierday aro the missile passing within a few mm reported. Th.s is partially accounted tor of his head. There was great conOct 7. The Utah CommisGhastly Warning to Crimin .13. city. Scarcely a day fusion minutes. A number filth Steclvillj Mo., Oct. S. The bodv of by the that aof the animal is not damped people for a few the yard, but the assa-s,- n f sion, through its chairman, has mndo iti hurried to passes dead Pat Wallace, the murderer of tho Logan into the river, m defiance of law. could not be found. There has been a good annual report to tho Secretary of the Indeal of trouble between different factious terior. Tho Commission is virtually confamily, hanged by a mob hero on Monday in this church in time past, the most recent vinced tha only tho military can enidirato night, was cut down and brought to town Report being a long and bitter fight with a com- the Mormon evil. There are JOO.OCO MorPlf yesterday, and lay all day in tha mons m tho world, anil polvgntnv Wamhnoton, Oct 10. The Commi- pany of Hussars, which the pastor refused to the children m tho schools and is taught Sunday-schoostretched out on a plank, fie n joij to recognize. ssioner of Agriculture writes that pleuroas u Divine light In Salt L.tko still about his neck, and tho hands and fe t City, during the past year, there were very prevails among uittlo in pinioned as tba mob had left them. pneumonia still The Anchoria In Port. few polygamous marriages, being reto his request uis parents were nfc aud around New York City, in several St. Jot!NS, N. B., Oct 11. Tho stenmer strained, it is believed, by fear of disfranword to coino and get his body. W-- .l localities in New Jersey, among s limited came back from h s father that he would number of herds iu Pennsy!vani and De- Anchoria, vith 703 persons on boau lelt chisement and tho penitentiary. have nothing to do with the body of a son laware, quite extensively in BaltinoreCity Glasgow, September IS, and when four so unnatural as to murder his parents' best and connty, in a few ot the e.isteui border Irish Troops Riot. days out from that port her propeller shaft , fneuds. couutios of Virginia, and quite expensively was brokeu iu a gale and her rudder disLondon Oct 7. The Royal Enniskillen in some of tho distillery and othff stabler abled. She then ilrifted about at the mercy fustleers, stationed at Aldershot, went on Th? Week's Fai urps. iu Chicago. of the waves until October G, when a tem- not last night, in rcsistatico to a draft that New York, Oct. 8. The business failures porary repair of the shaft was made, and as lieing mado for service in Africa. A the vesel gotten under control. Sho mado occurring throughout tho country in tho Boiled in a Vat. good timo westward, when October 7 the savago light ensued, and the Irishmen wero , seven days number for the United Nr.w Yokk-- Oct 10. Wm. Dpm, employshaft again broke bevong repair and tho only subdued after n number of soldiers States 167, and for Canada 23, or a totaV-oed inn chemii-a- l works, oxtiictishcd the steamer again drifted to withiu SO miles of and police were wounded. Forty one of 190 failures, which is about up to tlla avertho rioters weto arrested. coast, when sho the New age of the last ix or seven weeks. Tho lights this morning preparatory to going picked up Foundlnud tug and towed to wns this by a steam failures in New York, and the East are home, and in the darkness mtii? a initep port. Mayor Smith's Case Will Drop. light, tho bulk of the week's casualties be- and fell into a vat of scalding Water. Al. Phii.sDeli'ima, Oct 7 Common council ing reported from the Southern and West-er- a though literally boiled, be Vis able to English Troops for Canada. States and Canada. crawl out, aud, in hopes of relfei, draggod this afternoon, by a vote of fifty to twenty-fivHalifax, N. S., Oct 11. The English himself to a hydrant and tunM the cold decided to postpone for tho present a sufferings. troopship Himalaya has arrived here with water on. This only added to hi to appoint a committee to imSntf4tR Death cf Senator P k. 3plo to lie spot, but His screams brought tie BerMayor Smith before the select counBoston, Oct 8. United States Senator they could do nothing to lrip him, for 1J00 troop for service in Canada andRillcs peach It cil. is the general opinion that tho muda. Slie takes the Royal Irish I Austin F. Piko tiled suddenly at Franklin death soon followed. charges will not be ngain taken up. from Halifax to Egypt HFalk,K. ly-da- y immi-gratio- 11. Frank was:brought to Pontiac Sunday afternoon and placed in jail tor fatally shooting Herman Van Staten, a neighbor. Both had some trouble recently over a cranberry marsh, and a lawsuit resulted. This was not satisfactory, and it is said tbey agieed to tight. Sunday morning tboy ni"t two miles this side of Davisburg, an Statea iwing accompanied by a brother-m-laHenry D. Fisk, who also took a haud in tho shooting mutch that followed. Holiis-te- r shot Van Stoteu through the bod v. Van Staren's Fisk was a joor marksm-inrevolver wouldn't go olT. Ollicers are investigating. . Pontuc, Midi., Oct Hollis-te- r Cmcioo. Oct. 7. U. Ia LeHVitt, manager of the Standard Theater, of Sioux Citv, has been indicted by tho coroner's jury of that city for conspiracy and complicity in the murder of Rev. George ( Haddock, in August last. 1. W. Wood, an attorney of Sioux City, has been here for some tune doing d tectivo work, nnd iu consequent ot certain developments Leavitt rare him self up. He is fully acquainted with tho plot in all its details, Hiid, whi'enot knowing who actually did perform the deed, has know ledge of the party to whom it was assigned for execution. He declines to talk fully, ponding bis appeal antv iu Court, but Wood savs that while ho is not the murdeier. w will inaka important and startling disclosures. Sioi . ("it", li . Oct 7 The news of tho arrest of 11. I. Leavitt. in connei-t'owith the Haddock assassination, created aseiisa-tio- n Leavitt is expected hero here to morrow noon. The impression is that he will seek to shield himself by telling Fred what he knows of tho Munchrath, jr., and Henry Sherman wero s also arrested here this afternoon as to the conspiracy, and placed under f ." 001) lionds care. John Arensdoitr, another of the party, was arrested in Haven-porIowa, where he had gone to attend the Gland IMlgo of Knights of Pvthias. Quite a number of other warrants wero issued this evening, but names of partial have not been mado public. n to-da- y con-pira- pur-tie- t. Sllscellaneous Items. The Diamond Axle Grease Company, near tho Southern Exposition, Louisville, burned tho other evening. It was the property of tho Chess Carloy Company. Charles Bradeos, of the Number Sevens, stepped into n mass of melted rosin, and will bo disabled for life A fire engine struck a buggy in which rodo Joseph Pierr-ma- n and wife. They wero thrown to the curbing, and Mrs. Pierrman was perhaps fatally hurt The reunion of tbe Third Ohio Infantry on the battlefield near Perryville wan a grand success on the .Sth. About 300 survivors of this historic battle, which took ago, wero present placo twenty four Representatives from Pennsylvania, Indiana and Kentucky regiments were numerous, although Ohio men outnumbered them. A fine dinner was bpread by tho hospitable people of Pern, ville, and in tho afternoon appropriate addresses wore delivered. CnAKi.F.s Royse, on trial at Carlisle for killing Henry Tanner, colored, was found not guilty. At Carlisle, John Dolin, freight conductor, was knocked from his train, near bore, tbo other morning, by a bridge and killed. has been established at A new Lieksburg, Magoffin County, with Ben F. baylor as postmaster. It is rumored tl at nnother victim of the Spenrsville tragedy has beon found. The body of a white man was discovered near Hall. His body had boeu the concealed in a where it was found by field hands, if- - could not bo -- post-ofli- ce Odd-fellow- corn-shoc- ii identified. .TiuT fanners living along the, river road near Louisville, complain that thoy aro suffering very much from the depredations of river thieves. Nearly every night a corn-cri- b or barn is broken open aud its contents stolon. Their losses have boon heavy. John IIachmiv, who owns a dairy on Barret avenue, Louisville, was driving the cows into tho yard the other day, where they wero to be milked, whun oue rushed angrily toward him witb its head lowered. Bachiuan started for tho fence, which was about twenty-fiv- e feet distant Just as he reached it tho infuriated animal struck him, the horns penetrating his back. The animal then retreated a short distance and stood glaring at him. Mr. Bachman retained bis prcsenco of mind and climbinj the fence staggered home. At the threshold he fell unconscious from tho loss of blood. It is thought ho will die. Thomas Ciuuk nnd Georgo Howard wcr arrested in Newport charged with burglare izing tho at Sulphur of J.'i.'l worth of postage stamps and postal cards. Mart Clauser, of Newport, found a railroad torpedo on the track and hit 'it with a stone. One thumb gone nnd probably her eyesight FitANKrouT is proud of her and relies on plugs to squelch her fires. Dt'EL at Vanceburg between Dr. W. H. Campbell and O. C Caines, weapons revolvers. Caines wounded, but will recover. An old fud. ScKvn Lackei an old fortune-telle- r who lives in tho Wet Woods, near Louisville, is Sho had three largo a black snakes in herhouseaspets, and whilo fondling them on a table tho othor morn ing sho engaged in a war with tho entir outfit Ono reptile wrapped itself around her neck, and, in attempting to cut it witb a knite, wounded herself badly. Tho serpent was about to choko the old lady to death, when a laborer near hor saw her struggling aud vient to her rescue. She becamo so excited in the fight that she lies prostrate, and may die. Sho is very old, and has lived alone for years. The diamond fields in Kentucky, so confidently predicted by IL Carrill Lewis, the w American Geologist and Mineralogist in a paper read before tho British Scieuce Association in London last month, have not yot been discovered, but the search for them has beon going on ever since tho quietly announce ment of Prof. Lewis' conclusions. Prof. Lewis said that ho bad soen in Kentucky tbo same geologic conditions that surrounded tho diamond beds at Kimber-le- y in South Africa, whoro for tho past seventeen years almost fabulous discoveries havo been made nnd many millions of dollars' worth of diamonds havo been fouud annually. Prof. Lewis is to scientists and geologists in this country. Tun following are tho dntes when tho commissions of certain Presidential postmasters xvill expire: Ashland, February 19. 1SS7; Bardstown, January 29, 16S7; Decetnbcr20, 1SSC; Elizabethtown, March 1,1Ss7; Glasgow, February 27, 18S7; Alt Sterling, March 1, 18S7; Nicholasville, February 27, 1837; Richmond, February 27, 1SS7; Russellville, Decembor. 13, 15S6. CiimsTiAN CoujiTT, tho heaviest tobacco growing county in the State, reports that the crop has been little injured by the frost nnd will bo the largest and finest raised for post-officwater-works, snake-charmer. ell-knowell-known Cyn-thiaua, e , to v ten-hou- O-c- ar r d'b -- ,iug-ley- 4 d a'-re- ad cm-i'o- - Attor-ney-General- -tr - l t, n arti-cle.-'T- ilt,-im-ilio- m'-he- s coui-t-bons- e ls ng lat f m e, re-.- u-i- -, to-da- y. m f Resisting Evlcthin. Dcbus, Oct. 8. Whiletho eviction of a farmer named Tromoroe, living near was in progress tho neighbors of Tromoroe gathered in force and ndlde a desperate attack on the evicting party. An emergencyTnan had his oar severed from bis head by tho blow of a fitone thrown by one of the attacking party. Two arrests were made. to-da- General Miles' Report. Washington., Oct 11. General Miles has o'clock this evening, while the officials of submitted his report of the surrender of the Chippewa County jail yew serving Geronimo. No conditions were entered into, but tbe General suggests the fact that suppers to the prisoners, a breakJor liberremoval has been heretofore in such ty was made. The prisoners, succeeded lit deemed sufficient casescites several cases no locking up the jailer and oscaod, in all in which no greater punishment has been probability over tne uoraei. inflicted, speaks of the great good dono Arizona bv Apaches removal, and suggests Opium Seizure at San Fracisco. that they be treated as other Indians have SN Fiiaxcisco, Oct 10. Laiaight tho been treated under similar circumstances. Custom-hous- e authorities seiid a largo An Earthquake in Californ a. Christians Massacred. quantity of opium which was consigned Sk3f Diego, Cal., Oct. 8. A sharp earth, in the disguise of tea to ChnngYek & Co., London, Oct 11. Seven hundred Chriscity, and which camo tr auake occurred hers earlv this morninr. of this last Thursday. The vaa on tbo tians have been massacred and thirty vilBelgic of the lages bun.ed in Tonquin. Nino thousau'' lae vibrations were trom east to west. Ka opium seized is $:J0,lxX). y people are homeless and starving. Mrious damage. A Michigan Jail DelbJry. Saclt Stk Maiue, Mich., Ot 10. At C -, International Question With Mexico. Laeedo, Tex., Oct 7. Rafael Finale, a Mexican officer, who seven or eight years ago fired across tho river at a deserter and killed him, tbe desorter being on tho Texan side, whilo Fit alo was on tho Mexican shore, wns arrested here It is said that Pi n ale wilt plead in the caso,' ns ho was iu Mexico when tho act was committed. to-da- Now It's King Milan. --- -, London. Oct 7. taunors worthy of credence are current to tho effect that a conspiracy lias been dibcovorcd at Altfrazna to kidnnp King Milan and force him to abdicate, with the alternative of death. ol any hesettt to mankind can !e itMiuiru- ratcd the rdatlon wtiich the workman lic.us to the ial)raviiis machiue mut undertro n A plan ot change. radlcisl tlnough wh ch the workman may conday trol the machine he operates must-on- e sum rsedetho present m stein " Thu question of child lanor and lucat'ou Is tlio niot important that can come before us now or at any t.tnu To make the neccs-sai- y wc must see thai tho child lies an education, t should bo a part of ever duty to nscert In the nmnlier of assembly's child reu who do not attend school In its vicinity, Icitn what the causes are. unn take steps to remedy the ev.l It is useless to labor tor ssieiu the establishment or a when we luck (lie business training necessary to operate It. laskthnta special cotuiniltce be as pointed to preiiaro a plan for the lieltcr education of the Anier.caii voutti. to' tho trouble The nddress then with tnides unions, which Mr. Powder ly raid ban been exaggeintcd aud distorted, while admitting that there have been faults on both --.ides. He recommends th.it in the luturo n'l matters oi dispute between the KnightH and other societies be submitted to the executives of both organizations for settlement, nnd. above all th.ngs, let n rpovdy nnd impartial inMr. Powdmlv vestigation b; made. iollows to the crit-- n then replic a isms ol which he has been made the subvert. M have never during tho seven years that 1 have served asoencial Maoter Workman inuitn ii member of this order a subject of or public criticism or abuse 1 have leronal rule never to speak in criticism, made it a harsh or otherwise, of a man, except when turn I have lxeu s anduigfaco to tacc accused of dlpl.i)inga Mack of nerve.' of want orbacklionc,' and of being too 'weak a man to lead a stronir movement' If, wh.Io holding n position such as no man living or dead over held before, I have displayed a lack of nerve or backbone, wh is it that a million men and women of nerve, of backbone nnd common sense havo gathered placed In my around the Standard which hnnds seven yoars ago? If I havo been proved a weak man why do so many strong men support mo.' Br men who of Labor 1 have beeu called weak liecause I discountenanced violence and hastv, ill advised action I have no excuse to oiler, tor If this is an offense, let tho general assembly Itself offer the aimlogy. I will now speak as 1 have never spoken to u session or the guncrnl assembly bcrore. have been instructed to vote for mo lor General Master Workman. I feel ineuted. but iclcice every member from bU obligation to vote forme. You aro to vote for any other caan you choose, free and If you act In accordant' with my wishes you will se'ect another to till my place. In votinjr far the General Master Workman don't by sentiment or sympathy, but vote lor tho best interests of God s sutterlng poor and tho cause of united labor." Ile;eashorthours)stt'in that will bo pKt3 re-'c- rs ers the same freedom and rijrht they exercise en-- e for themselves But in a ieltdemon- - we are called on to e.xerelsastill broader and to our rlirhts TtiM utlmtn. miednt'.es nseit.Ten eren him- - dlschnnre nf llm L'JumI ninM.m...i (. rM .,... ...u 1 ..IVIIK V.V1. Ti 1I111C11W J Mil" lelniltmi been bitterly assalleil. 16 of In- - vcr llc eland has misrepresented and slandered by tho , e specen ltepubtlcau Stato convention, and by Republican party of the the leaders he.Scn- - in Indiana. No two minds, perhaps, ever tj if frjM.hW agreed (n overv thlnif, nor doc It follow that; i h nppor;croi nnanministratinn nwe-ariir cu-tored wirtf concurs In all its official detail, but I am hero . i to care, as if the Senatorsdial reason to jro. that thedeclare, as rar as my words ufi Adinln stratiou of iGrover Clev- believe that it would bo aureptcd as a land 's s'ronir. clean, faithful to public dutor acceptation by M'v-no- te by the oppositionwho would and worthy of allby tho country. tne uoraw-What; pubcratlc partv and carefully scan every sentence for the lie Interest his suffered at his hands? Wh.it pu!-lipurpose of criticism. Takn as an en- public duty has beon neglected? In What morac been tho tirely, it is a magnificent wort, and if thantrust has hcht thrown upon orery act or elcclric there is a Upubncaii so hopeful as to his Administration, and on every step of his public llfo by the powerful and sleepless dr.tw comfort therefrom ne will pass newspaper press of the United States, he anion"; his fellows as a modern Mark stands clear and ntiove reproach in his jjriat , otli a Sen-itoHarrison had much to say in T.ipley. speech in regard to Democratic Senator Voorhecs was particularly his recent pledges which ho allcared had not been f Ho happy in his review of civil service, r.-. (hat, well knows, and so does the counttho Democratic as practiced by Itcpubliciins dtirin"; Iris no power to cmict party in Conrcs a law, nor to a bad law heretofore enacted., tni'ir lono; lease ol political power, and reiicil nor. to appropriate a dollar of the pubhe enipliasi.cd his argument by copimouey without the approval and tho ous quotations from Hoar, of" Mussa-elius'tt- s. lic concurrence of a Kepubl.cjn majority in the Scnwte The Democratic party has not and from other standard power of this Covern-men- t. like Simmer and Greeley, hail the embraciuir. as it does, the leir staiive who wore the first to raise their voices and executive departments, a s.nsclo day since 1&I. Kvcet against the iniquity which had crept the 1th of March, aiillctel the evil or legisla-lio- n into their own party in their adminis- from which has responsibility.country hows Hopubllcan If the soltration of the spoils oi office. In 1871 dier fulled to set his arrears of pension tt U becau-- e the laws made by tho Republican ther was an act authorizing a com- party did not grant them. If he d d not set his mission to promote the efficiency of the bounty. It Is lecaue a HepuMican President the civil service, and it was approved by vetoed were Mil irrintimr It, If the colored people of (irant, whom the Senator credited with earnings andebeatea out the tlio r small hard Freedmen'a Bus.iv mrs by b- - the Frccdraen's an honest desire to do something in reau and Hank. It is because Kcpubtican laws were so made that tho but it was starved to thieves could break through and steal. Sen that th-i- th by the party in its infancy, and ator Harrison seems ent rely to forget the own responsibility deiieral ( ox, oi (Juio, at that time a by tho long of hisblotted party, as shown records, while Cabinet officer, was made to feel the no vehemently and arraigns the Democratic partr sting of the party lash when he lifted forwhnt it has dono and for what it has faded the last his protest against tho plundering of months, to do in which thno noeighteen enactnnd durinj- the department employes in the name ment could bo laid before the Democratic Executive for his signature without having of the party. During his argument in this connec- first rccu'ved the sanction of the ltepubtlcau partv Iu tho Senate My colleajrue appears tion the Senator began with the retire- to complain of the amount of the appropr.a-tion- s made in tho last session of ment of Belknap, then a Cabinet offi- and quotes an Imposing array nnd aCongress, specious cer, who resigned to avoid investiga- arrangement of fljrures, recently mado by tion, and he continued the review Senator Allison, or Iowa Is it not enough to was and still of through the iniquity whic'jmade Hayes siv tlut All on in the Scnnto;Is, chairman reappropriations that ho President by the count in Louisiana ported and voted for every appropriation that Senator Harrison voted and Florida, and the revards in the bill, and tho question, however, whethar with On way of offices tiiat were pirceled out to him? expenses of the (Jovernmeut have th Inactual every one connected withthat business, creased or diminished under Cleveland's Ad-t- a nlstratloii. I am content to from .John Sherman up or down, to case on the statement recently ret the whole made by John show that with them it was a snare G. Carlisle, the very able, and Impartial-mindeSpeaker of thu House. Ho and a delusion, and that they invari- puts the total expenditures of the Governably rewarded a party worker for his ment forthencalyearend;ufrJune,,U, t services to the party and mot because fl7T4j.Tfl3 less than thnso of the preceding of any special qualifications ho had for year. The Speaker jcoosinto details, but none arc needed iu support of a conclusion reached tho duty and for the office) to which he by him. The recent Democratic State convention of Indiana, in a very comprehensive reso! jvas assigned. ability, the Integrity and lution, indorsed The Senator also revioved the Re- the economy of tho thepreent Administration. eonsider-hMJen- gt Usability Is conceded by the people of all publican financial policyat and its integrity has not h, showing tiAthpth silver and parties, and its economv has lieen been quesnroveu by tioned, usi-ii inn record Mr." has bnikenfno. 0.v.v,..., i,ji,in ui mu pledges, brokenCleveland however, are tbe currency by express pledges, of the canvass. I would lnuutre how American people. iifTO'lf lllliniltf -- "ft .hiin. great extent of party nuniations. and diuit, ot tho Republican party to the colored kepi.' Mr. directly in spite 'of thq persistent and leopieoi the country navo occnlas, session Cleveland appointed, during the determined hostility of Republican of Congress, a well bred. Intelligent, educated competent colored lealcrs and H 'publican Administra- anil vervoffice in (lie District or man to an The Columbia. tions. The plea of theopposition that ltfpublicnu narty has ei-'- lit majority in tho the public lands be reserved for actual Cuited States Senate, nnd that body rejected when his cainobeioro settlers was nnother matter which he Mr. Mattnews or Wills name love or the It Register The iiioded bv rceitin"; the enormous lor can partv for the colored citizen Is b'ied on the same condition as Its love for grains wlii.-- li the Republican tho former rebel of the South party service: had voted away to corporannl that tho rebel, when ho bolougs to the tions in ni'i veirs. in this way dis- Republ.can party, ccts offices in abundance, Republican while tho colore 1 man, poning of 1 U,".53,i:li acres, while with- or Democrat, is left to whether the crumbs feed on in two years of Democratic Admin- nhch fall from the Republican table, or generally left without any thing: at all. istration it has been ordered that more we not expect tho support of all classes nearly IOl'.dOO.OOJ acres of land held May believe Iu an Administration which, unwho has had bv railroad corporations shall be der the most trvinir c or its convictions, .thrown open to the people for homes the couragenil its pledges, cither and has been expressed or faithful to T and far' ns impl ed? -The pablio- - debt Is be ng paid more rap-Idl- y Hi also invc'stiirateil the labor questhan the tion, citing tho various enactments- with- the surplus iu the"public credo tors desire: cnonnoiily trmsiir-"- , in the past year for the relief of the la- overstated t wo niirs ago by the Republican Governor, is boring man. not the least of which arc the candidate fortiistand ng tho tielnjr rapidly reduced, uotw President with, bills put ing tho seal of conileiiuiation held his signature to the Morr sou resolution, bv striking einascu.ated and rendered worthless, as It on the use of convict labor the act on of the Senate. 'J here Is a from the appropriations every item for was. by of connJenee in business circles, aud feeling use of convict bbor on public s ens of returning- activity and prosperity aro the In buildings, and also prohibiting the im- abroad us the land. hands and hearts onca join "bet portation of labor under contract to more in the cause or good government Let Indiana falter now. and thereby open a compete with American workmen. It not which breach was this Litter bill which the .Republic- with itsthroughmethods, the Republican party, evil its pernlc.ous prinans managed to defeat ciples, and its rapacious hordes may return power in ls&S. Indiana holds the Ley to The tariff question was also given to future Democratic na'ional success, and to judicious utU'iiti in, and his argument the prolonged supremacy of a Democratic all rcdoral .vuuin'simuon. ii a voice which in was based on the broad axiom that sunshine and taxation shall be limited to the require- s'orm and d'snster as well as InIn tho battling victory, has alwars been heard ments of an economical government, rink" of tjio Democratic party, l still le listened to. Invoke united, an I that the necessary reduction in determined 1 cllort at athis time harmonious and In behalf or tbe ix without taxation must be effected present and the future welfare of the Ameri3 ing American labor of tho ability can people." he "And now, of toorlieas' ana,, we enter (his contest with high Indb and la which earnest convictions of duty to our Siato and to our country. Indiana, with thu cam m ghty development of her Inexhaustible resources, and tbe establishment and growth of her glorious Institutions or learning and of el, and Chr.stiau benevolence, under the auspices of a Democratic constitution, of h part under Democratic Stateand for the most control, appeals S liberal priniaot only to us to be true to the broad aud is founded. ciples on which all her greatness happen, ths Detnocratla Ses8,and Whatever else may good name and splendid party owes It to its naetuig iu- - record In Indiana, that the administration ot thu shall not fall Into the hands of those fcac iewest whoState thu people and who deny to othfellow-Uemocrats st u compared with tho Republican work of past years. The Senator concluded his speech by the followin"; glowing tribute to tho present Administration: 3 li I I even- - -- . ,. m.t. rfjs -- - -- u2o bet-aye- d' d. law-maki- dir-etioi- i, clear-heade- d ltiS-j,a- ,,, tidand .rrc$Q&iullS2Z:t flP ';' mmwj -- Ro-pu- bl Lon-yii's-- .'s rcum-tatice- s, vo-ce- s w-i- de-tpr- ? -- n Stricken With Epilipsy and fawnerf. Fokt Watne, Ind,, Oct 10. ig. George Henuing, living with her buiia( 0u a excitement was occasioned here farm in Eel Kivcr Towuship, fiinlo au by a report that Treasurer Josiah open well yesterday, and w heiitUii was Carter had been arrested for embezzlement drowned. Sho was subject tepileptio of the town funds. The amount of tbe fits, aud it is supposed she was Ikcn with deficiency is said to be $SO,000. Carter is one wlRn near the weiL She wtwenty-thrc- o years of age. Sho leaveJhusband seventy years old, a carpet dealer, and was anu two cnuaren. ttwa treasurer fer twenty years. Only $80,000 Shtrt. PiTTsnci.i,'MASS., Oct. 8. Considerable to-nigex-To- Arensdorf Admitted to Bail. Sioux Citv, Ia., Oct 11. John Arensdorf, who, according to Leavitt's confession, fired tho shot that killed th j Rsv. Mr. HadBail dock, was held for trial hero was fixed at Si,500. Adolpb Koschmin.sk, alias Bismarck, alias Adoljui Kolp, wanted for complicity in the murder, was captured at San Francisco, Cal., Sunday. to-da- Thirty leaths frt the River Disaster. St. Louis, Oct 8. The additional deaths which hare occurred among these injured ia the La Hascotte disaster makes the total number thirty. Among them was M. O. Sherer, of Cincinnati. Diamatf Rshbery. Chicaso, Oct 8. Tom Donnelly, a diamond broker en Dearborn street, was robbed last night of a tray of diamonds, man rained at'about 9600. A entered and asked to be shown some spark lers, and when the tray, was laid on the coaater the stranger threw a handful of red pepper in Dounelly's eyes and escaped ith tne diamonds. well-dressed Kaulba's' Failure bars nas telcgi apnea to the C must now be eitner recalled oi famished wiiu,iruops. iub lauure ot nu sssiou is generally Hummed. v St. Petkksbukg, Oct AckncwMgprf 10. G f. Kaul- - from Fordyce report a'( 10,000 ei ,g rob- uerj i iuiii uace. a no money reported to nave oeen tasen from tbe S Bern Ex pres Company bv It B. Miller.'i iocrauh operator. The robber is describe u hsViuit unrik. nair ana mustacne, leit B 0ff I e- iweeu eiuow-- at u wrisi, ana an ears au leg. tut wore a Dine pj i S11it I Little Exaress Robbery. Rock, Akk., Oct llLidviccs A Why niel ex-lead- er t Hang. Giving Up Its Deal1 iie iKH'y iyafter-ker- e Dristtil. tbe New York, Oct of the Whyo rang, who waj convicted eC the murder ef Beety Oarritv; :n a Hester street brothel, on June J6 last w as sentenced to be haaged 9i ef isect Deceber. to-d- ar '- of Judge Hager was caught vest teruoou about two miles belowl Mascotte exDloded. Thia la I he drowned persoBi that has xcept the four Brought dewai Cafe Girardeau, Mo., Oct 10 tLe .EKie found. Rrma"kable Escape of a Prisoner. 7. James Smithfcolorcd), charged with arson, m Charleston, Mo., while being taken from this city to tbo scene of bis crime b- - Sheriff Huff, yesterday, escaped from custody. Tho "sheriff wa's standing by tho prisoner's sido iu the aisle of tho car.'whcn tho train gave a sudden lurch nnd throw him to tho floor. Smith quickly opened the window and Tammany's Choic. threw himself out The train was stopped and made for New Youk, Oct 11. At a Tammany Hall but a thorough search was lo found. bun, The trace of him meeting at which a Conference trainnows running atcould rate of thirty the Committee of Irving Hall men were pres- miles per hour when be mado his escape, ent, Abram S. Hewitt was nominated for but he was unhurt. Mayor amid great enthusiasm. Oliver Arms Favors Prohibition. Freight Cars Looted. Boston, Oct. 7. In his letter ot acceptLansing, Mich., Oct 11. Burglars looted ance of the Republican nomination tor even freight cars here Sunday night and Governor, Oliver Ames says, regarding the carried oft a largo amount of miscellaneous liquor plank of the State platform: "The repression of the liquor traffic, witb n view merchandise. to ending tbe social, political and moral m evils that, flow from it, has always seemed A Desperado Killed. to me of vital importance." Leadville, Cou, Oct 1L Jake Blunt, Change of Army Headquarters. formerly a member of the band, was snot ueau near nere, uya rrruuu-nia- n Washington, Oct 7. A general order named Lloyd Marre, who escaped. oas been piepared at th War Department changing tho headquarters of the DepartMemoirs. ment of Dakota fiom Fort Snelling, Minn-- , The Sale of Grant's Paul, Minn., on New York, Oct. 11. Mrs. General Grant to Sttho headquarters the 1st of November, and of of tho received a check for f 150,000 fiom the Pacific to San Francisco on Division tbe ssnt Grant .nemoirs. She the publishers of the 9350,000. ate has realised thus far St. Louis, Oct. t, Four Children Injured. JIc, Oct. C An extraordinary calamity happened here yesterday. Rev. J. W. Twort, pastor oi the liap-tis- t Church, wan experimenting witb a magic lantern for the amusement of his children, when he incautiously brought a rubber apparatus containing hydrogen into contact with the ilame of the lantern. A terrific explosion ensued. ThegliiRu front of the house wan blown away a distance of twenty feet into tho ulrcct, the tovo wan shattered nnd tho furniture wiiB broken in nieces. Four children received internal injuries of a scrioua nature. Lkwimo.v, Free-Wi- ll , silver-dolla- m James-Young- er to-da- y James Shof.vep. was shot and killed by Sherman Bugg, at Henderson. The dead Increased Circulation of the Sliver Dollar. man provoked tho quarrel. Wasiiino-jo.vr Oct C The Tiios.W. Field, business manager of the circulation of the United States, which wsu District Telegraph Company at Louisville, Mightly below 500,000,000 on September is missing. Accounts all right and domes,'50, ban now passedilieHmit, bning Inr greater than ever before in the history of tic relations happy. Ai "Eminence, John Campbell, colored tho couutry. The treasury officials say accidentally shot in his left arm by that it nuvyri-enhigh flu $0.", 000.000 was nnd then decline ns rapidly sm tho new sil- Wm. Williams, jr., while the. latter was cleaning .a revolver. ver certificates are put out. It is now charged that the assassination To ltenefit the UUing Generation. of Colonel Hawkins, of Mercer County, Mix.skapous, Minn., Oct C Colonel Al- was due to tbe fact that he would bare exander Hogeland, general diviHion agent given important incriminating testimony the Youth' National Mutual Improve in a murder trial. Tha suspeeUd parties ment Association, haa called a national have been arrested. convention to meet in this city October 22. H m The speech attracted a number of to successfully compete with foreign Jabor. Iu his judgment a tariff which representative Democrats from the raises a sufficient amount of revenue, State at large, all of whom reported to iuid no more, for honest jrovernment. tho chairman of the State Central and at the same, time incidentally pro- Committee a uttering' condition of affairs in their respective localities. tects the laboring classes, the interests and the agricultural and business pursuits of the country, POLITICAL POINTS. xvill be of Democratic orizin when it Every note from Indiana is full comes, mid it will haio the sanction of the most illustrious names in tho history of good cheer. Even the Congressional feuds have died away, and . f of tho Republic. The question of pensions was also every where tho party is in good shape treated at length, with the sentiment and 'full of vigor. Cincinnati Enthat any man or nqm guilty of unfair- quirer. ness, illibernlity 0 hud faith toward It is announced that Mr. Blaine the soldiers of tlieiwar for the Union intends to stump the State of Now would bo speedily and utterly over- York in the next campaign, whether whelmed by the' execrations of the he is nominated or not. This will bo whole American people. a magnanimous return for the action The work of the recent Congression- of New York in stumping Mr. Blaine al session was then reviewed, showing in 1834. if- - Louis what had been accomplished for the Lieutenant-Governo- r Black was soldiers, and the effort of tho Repubinvited to the reunion of the Ninety-Sixt- h licans to belittle the administration of regiment of Pennsylvania volunthe Pension Department camu iu for teers at Pottsvillc. Ho replied: "J its full share of execration. feel that the appearance of candidates On the question of prohibition, taking on such occasions is not altogether Where do the roads for his text: delicate and might, indeed, be ofiensive fork?" tho Senator was particularly to sonc'"t'hi7a'Ielhhia Times. facetious in picturinc the entanglements It is strange that the Republican of the partv whose leader in Maine was that whilo in this State the prcs has never alluded to the fact widfor prohibition, the bill increasing the pensions of party was so barren of speech that it ows and dependents of soldiers from coulil not say whether it was for eio-htwelve dollars agtnonth was sumptuary legislation or against it, for passed to a Democratic House of Rep-rhv prohibition or per contra, or for high ntatfvcs and approved by a Demolicense, low license or any kind of liPresident. But the veterans and cense. Tho Senator vras prompt to cratic who have been benefited by the was not a voter iu In- those affirm that there not forget their friends in diana xvho diil not know the Republic- act should subject w:is a mere time of need. Buffalo Times. an platform on that Printer, Mr. The jugzle of words, a cheat and a fraud, Benedict, isnew Publicas saying: I reported was so intended. To this. amfthit it my possession in striking contrast, he held up tho un- have a letter in makes a statelanguage of the Democrat in which Mr. Rounds mistakable ment of the expenses of the office, l ic platform. Concerning the apportionment of showing plainly that he. knew that the appropriation would the last Legislature, it was a sufficient carry him at the rate he was goinr answer to the howlof pain from Sen- not If ator Harrison that in the infamous ap- until the opening of Congress.once, I I not begun the reduction at portionment of18Di and 187S by Re- had Legislatures, when the State should have found myself about the publican was torn into shreds and patches, there middle of November without funds to Mr. was no protest from him and no scru- buy material or pay salaries. himhis tender conscience. Rounds, knowing this, has placed ple ever pricked The present apJHrlirnnient may bo do self on record as refusing to mako any fectivc and uneven, and those faults reduction, wishing to place all the wi bo remedied, but, whatever it is, odium of such a course upon hi sno it In truth,, .;o"ilv and fair deallmr cossor." 11 nianu-faturinz t'ost-Vispat- ci. ' I m t es full-wel- 1 '. C-- Ai V & . t n tt-- " . ST -- l . ?.. cl. ii . .- - T" V" j L'-fes'-t- V'ai 4" ir EXBll em.""-"- -- ji r y tk i-- "7 SSE? fL C5T tZVSjr o-- (?"- ' , J? v TAL7.IAGES SEIMIOX. Brooklyn in this one church to to Christ enough undevelof- - Christian energy in tho city of JJrooUyn to -- u 3& br!al o o t :i t r wuole world to Christ; but it is buried unSingular Instance l T3rannlr.fi Oppres- - der a strata of indifference, and under ion Th Church Should Use) Hie whole mountains of sloth. Now, is it not TVorlil'n Sliarprnlnjj Inotru- time for the mining to begin, and the pickaxes to plunge, and for this buried metal ments A Call to Work. to be brought out and put into the furnaces, and turned into howiters ami ReT. De Witt Talrar;e chose for the carbines for The vast in the Ilrook-ly- n majority of the Lord's host? sulijcct of a recent sermon Christians fn this day are Talernacle tho Philistines' oppresuseless. Tht most or Lord's battalion sion of Israel and the Lord's interposition belong to the reserve the corps, he most of iff their behalf, ns illustrative of the duly tho crew are asleep in the hammocks. The of the Church toseiza the world's weapons .most of the metal is under the hills. Ob, with which to encounter its foe?. His is it not time for the church of God to text was: rouse up and understand that.we want all Now, there w.u no smith round throushont the energies, all the talent and all the nil the land of Israel (for the Philistine wealth enlisted for Christ's sake! I Hko sold, lent the Hibtewj mike tliem swonls or the nickname that tho Englf' soldiers sperm ) lint all Hip Israel tie went down gave to Uiucher, the comtnantU?. They to the Philistines to sharpen evsry man hl chare, and his anl Ills ace, und ) called him "Old Forwards." T(o h1 mattock. Yet thcr had a file frr yie mat- had enough retreats in the cfcnrch of tocks, and for the coulter'", and for the forks, Christ; let us have a glorious '"'a'dvance. and for the axe, and to sharpen the goad" And I say to you as the General said 1. Sntnuel. xill . 19 SI. when his troops were affrighted; rising What a railing ulijtisntt'n for 4!he up in his stirrups, his hair flying in the wind, he lifted up his voice until twenty Israelites? The Philistine had cnrri-Quick! off all the blacksmiths, and torn down nil thousand troops heird him, crying out: Seized with homtnorhago of the lungs in "Forward, the wholo lino!" the hliuksinitls' trade in the land of IsPiris, where he had gone to be crowned as rael. The Philistines would not even alWo want all the laymen enlisted. Ministhe idol of nil Franc?, he sends a messenlow these parties to work their valuable ters are numerically too smnll. They do ger to got a priest that he may le reconmines of brass and iron, nor inii,ht they the lost the- - can. They are the most make any swords or spears. There were overworked clnss on earth. Many of ciled to tho churph bfore be dies. A great terror falls upon him. He only two sword left in all the land. Yes, them of die of dyspepsia because they can makes the placo all around about him so these Philistines went on until they bad not get tho rightkindof food toes', or gettaken all the jrrindstcnes the. Inn I of ting the right kind are so worried thatthoy dismal that tho nurso declared that she would not for nil tho wealth of Europe Israel, so that if an Iraulilih farmer take it down in chunks. Thoyidie of consee another infidel die. Philistine inwanted to sharpen his plow or his axe, he sumption coming from early and late iquity has , hadtogoorertothoRBrrisonof the PhilisIf n novelist or historiJSpublishes garlands, promised him nil the world's but in the last hour of his life, tines to pet it nne There was only one ono book a year ho is considered indusfharpeninK instrument left in the land, trious. But every fruitolfpStbr mut when ho needed a solnclng, sent tearing and Hint was a file. The farmer! and the originate enough thought for three or four across Ins conscience nnd his nrrves a file, mechntiits bavinR noihinp to vUiet up the volumes a year. Ministers receive enough a file. So it was with Lird B.ron, his ceulter, and the poad, and the pick-axrails in n vear from men who have maps, uucleanness in England only surpassed save a simplo file, Industry was hindered, and medicines, and lightning rods, and by his uncleanness in Venice, then going and work practicallv disgraced. Thexeat pictures to sell, to exhaust their vitality. on to end his misery nt Missolonghi, fretidea of these Philistines wa to keep the They are bored with agents of all sorts. ting at his nurse Fletcher, fretting nt himIsraelites disarmed. They might set iron Tljy are set in draughts atsfunernls, and self, fretting at the world, fretting at God; and he gave the world "Ciilde Harold," out of the hills to m:ikt swords of, but po.sone.l by unventilated rooms or invalthey would noHtave any blacksmiths to ids, and waited upon by coannitteos who and "Sardanapalus." an I "The Prisoner weld this iron. If they j;ot the iron wellwunt addresses made, until life bo comas a of Chillon," and "The Siege of Corinth," ed they would have no prlndstones on burdiii to bear. It is not bard study that reduced to nothing but a file. Oh, sin ha a great fadlity for making promises; but which to brine the instruments of agripale, f It is the inmakes minister-looculture or the military weapons tin to an finity of interruptions and b'otherations to It has just as gredt facility for breaking od$e. O, you poor, weaponless Israel'te. which they aro subjected. lf I die before them ! A Christian life is the only cheerful life, reduced to a file, how I pity you. Hut inv time, it uill be ut the hand of committhese Philistines were not f rever to keep tees that waut an address or a lecture. A while a life of wicket sjiriendar is retheir heel on the neck of Hod's children. man c lied on me to give him a lecture by morse, ruin and do'ith. Its painted glee Jonathan on his ban 's and knes climbs which he mi;ht pay the expenses is sepulchral ghastliness. In the brightup a great rock lteyon I which were the of his wed ling trip. If there were est days of tho Mexican Empire Monte-zusaid lie felt gnawing at his hpart Philistines; nnd his nrnioi-- l earer, on his fifty hours ju ench day of the year, and som. tirng like a canker. Sin, like a hands and knees, climbs up the same I worked ' forty of then, I could not rock, and these two men with their two do the work of this one parish, and I am monster wild beast of the forest, somenwords hew fo pieces the Philistines, the not behind most cleraymen in disposition times licks all over its victim tn order that Lord throwinra great terror upon thorn. to toil. Numerically too small, it is no tho victim mav be more easily swallowed; Ko it was then; so it is now. Two men of more the work of the pulpit to convert and but generally sin rasps, and galls, an I tears, and upbraids, an I files. Is it not (Jod on their knees, might than a sire the w rld than it is the won 'if the so, Herod? Is not so. it Hildebrand? Is it Philistine host on their feet. Pm. If men go to ruin there will be as not to, Robespierre? Aye! aye! It is so, I learn first from this Mibject how much Mood 011 your skirts as on mina dangerous it is for the Cm ch of God to Let us quit this grand f.sire of trying to it is so. The way of the wicked lie turneth unsldo r.llow its weapons to tny in the hands of save the world by a few clecgymen, nnd its enemies. Thee Israelite might again let nil hands lay hold of the work. Give down. History tells us thnt when Rome was s in nil our churches two or thi eo aroused and again hao obtained a supply of swords and wenpons, as for instance when and qualified men and women to help. In founded, on thnt t'ay there were twelve vultures flying through the air, but when they took tho spoils of the Ammonites; most churches five or ten men aro a trnn'gressor dies tho sky Is black with I ut these Israelites seemed con'ent to compelled to do all the work. A vast mahave no swords, no spears, no blacksmiths, jority of churches aro at their wit's end whole flocks of them. Vultures! vultures! vultures! When I see sin robbing so many jio grindstones, no active iron mines, until bow to carry on a g if the It was too late for them to make any re- minister is not there, when there ought to of my hearers, and I S"e them going down sistance. I see the farmers tugging along be enough pent-u- p energy and religious day by day and wenk by week, I must witlf their nnd plow, nnd I say: force to make a meeting go on with such give a pi. in warning. I dare not keep it "Where are you going with those power that the minister would never bo back lest I risk the salvation of my own .soul. Rover ami pirate pulled down the thing!--" missed. The church stands working the They say: "Oh, we aro going overto the pumps of a few ministerial cisterns until vrningbell on Inchcapa Rock, thinkgarrison of the Philistines to get these the buckets are drv and choked, while ing that they would have a chance to despoil things sharpened." there are thousands of fountains from the rocks; vessels that were crushed on but one night I say: "You foolish men, why don't you which there might be dipped up the waters crashed down on this very his own ship rock, und hi charpeu them at home?" 1 have the of eternal life! Ueforo you and "Oh," they sny, "the blacksmith's shops sod pressing our eyelids we will, undei went down with all his enro. Gol deare all torn tlotvn, and we have nothing God, decide whether our children shall clares: "When I sny to the wicko I thou 'eft us but a file." grow up amid the accursed surroundiucs shalt surely die, and thou givest him not warning, that sums man shall die in his So it is in the Church of Jesus Christ tos of vice an 1 sbame or come to an ininiquity, but his blood will I require at thy day. We are too w illing to give up out heritance of righteousness. Long, loud, weapons to the enemy. The world boasts bitter will be the curse that scorches our hands." I learn from thi3 subject what a sad that it has gobbled up the schools, and the grave if, holding within tho church tocolleges, and tho arts, and tho sciences, day enough men and wi men to save the thing it is when the Church of God loses its metal! These Philistines naw that if nnd the literature, and the printing press. city, we act the coward or 1 Infidelity is making n mighty attempt tc wish I Could put enough morJRr.pIosives they could only got nil the metallic get all our weapons in its hands and then under tho conventionalties anr majestic weapons out of tho hands of tho Israelites to keep them. You know it is mak- stupidities of tho day to blow them tc all would be well, and, thereforo, they ing this boast all the time, and atoms, and that then, with fifty thousand took the swords and tho spears. Thev alter awhile, when tho great battle men and women from oil the churches. diil nit want them to have a single metalbetween sin nnd righteousness has knowing nothing but Christ nnd a desire lic weipon. When tho m Jtnl of the Israel opened, if we do not look out we will bo as to bring nil the world to him, we might ites was gone their strength was gone. badly off as these Israelites, without any meva upon the enemy's works. For n lit This is tho trou' le with tho Church of God It is surrendering its courage. It swords to fight with and without any tlo nhile Heavn would nothave trumpets has not got enough metal. How seldom sharpening instruments. I call upon the enough to celebrate the victory. it is that you see a man taking his posifuperinrtendents of literary institutions to Again, I learn from this subject that tion in pew or in pulpit or in a religion see to it that the men 'who go into the s to stand beside the Leyden we sometimes do well to take advantage socity nnd holding that position against jars, and the electric batteries, and the of the world's sharpening instruments. all cppcsitiYu, and all trial, and all persewere reduced to a file, cution, nnd all criticism. microscopes and telescopes, be children of These 1 ho church of Go I wants moro God; not Philistines. The Carlylean, und so thev went over to the garrison ol Emersonian and Tyndallean thinkers ol tho Philistines to got their axes, nnd their backbone, more defianco, more consecratthis day are trying to get all the intel- goads ami their plows sharpened. The ed bravery, more metal. How often you lectual weapons of this cen'ury in their Bible distinctly states it the text which see a man start out in soma good enterprise, and at the fust blast of opposition own grasp. What we want is scientific I rend at the beginning of the service Christians to capture the science, and that they hod no other instruments noxv he has collapsed nnd all his courage gone, with which to do this work, and the Is- forgetting the fact that if a min be tight, scholastic Christians to capture tho scholarship, nnd philosophic Christians to raelites did right when they went over to all the opposition of tho earth pounding capture the philosophy, an 1 Iectnrins the ruilistines to use their grindstones. away at him can not do him any permarv friends is it not ri!ht for us to em- nent dnmage. It is only when a man Is Christians to take back the lecturing We want to send out against ploy the wo. Id's grin istones? If there be wrong that he can be damaged. Why, Schenkel, and Straus, and Kenan, 0 urt, if there be logic, if there be business God is going to vindicate His truth, and Theodore Christlieb, of Bonn; and against faculty on the other side, let us go over and He is going to stand by you, my friends, employ it for Christ's sake. The fact is, we in every effort yru make for Christ's the Infidel scientists of the day a Sillimaii, nnd Hitchcock, and ficht with too dull weapons, and we work cause and the salvation of men. Go forth in the service of C'irist, and do Agnssiz. We want to capture all the with 00 dull implements. Wo hack nnd philosophical apparatus and sn ing around J we maul when we ought to make a keon you wholo duty. You havo one sphere. I have another sphere. the telescopes on tho swivel, until through stroke. Let U3 go over among harp busiThe Lord of Hosts Is w Ith u, and the God them we can see the morning star of the ness men, nnd among shnrp literary men, and find out whnt their tact is, and then of Jacob Is our refuge, belah! Redeemer, and with minoralogical hamWe want moro ol the determination of mer discover the Rock of Aee, and amid transfer i t to the cause of Christ. If they will do us good to Jonathan. I do m t suppose he was a very the flora of the realms find ol have science and art it wonderful man. but he got on his knees rub against it. Sharon and the Lilv of the Vallev. We want a clergylearned enough todis In other word, If I us employ tho world's and clambered up the rock, and with the ho hewod down course of the human eye, showing it to be grindstone. Wo will listen to their music, help of his armor-bearthe a microscope and telescope in one instruand we will wntch their acumen, and we naryPhilistines; and a man of very ordiintellectual attainments on his knees ment, with eight wonderful contrivances will use their grindstone; and will borrow and lids closing 31,000 or 40,000 times a their philosophical apparatus to make our can storm any thing fcr God, nnd for the day; all its muscles, and nerves, and bones experiments, and we will borrow their truth. We want something of tho detershowing the infinite skill of an infinite printing presses to publish our Bibles, and mination of tho general who went into the God, and thon winding up with the perowe will borrow their rail trains to carry war, anil as he entered his fi.sr battle 1m knees ration: our Christian literature, nnd wo will bor- ago knocked together, bis physical c. ur not quite up to his moral courage; and He that formed the eye, shall he not ace? row their ships to transport our missionhe looked down at his knees and said: And then we want to discourse about aries. That was whst made Paul such a "Ah, if you tho human car, Its wonderful integuments, master in his day. Henot only got all the takoyou, you knew where I was going to would shake worse thin membranes andvibration, an I its chain learning he could get of Dr. Gamaliel, but that!" of small bonos, an I its auditory nerve, afterward, standing on Mars Hill, and in Thero is only one question for you to crowded thoroughfare, quotod theirpoetry, closing with the question: ask, and for mo to ask what does God He that planted the ftar, shall he not hear! anil grasps I their logic, ami wielded their want mo to do? Wiierj is the fiol ? And we want some one able to expound eloquence, and employed theirmythology, Wharo is the w rfc? Whore is tho anvil? the first chapter of Genesis, bring to it until Dionysius, the AreJpagitej loarned Where is the ? Where i3 tho geology and the astronomy of the in the schools of Athens nndHeiiopolis, went down under his tremendous tho pulpit? And. finding out what God world, until, as Job suggested: wants us to powers. was hatS gave the energies do, go ahead and do it all That The stones of the field shall be In leaguo of our body, mind nnd oul $ power Chalmers Thomas his with the truth, and the stars in their in bis day. He conquered the world's as- enlisted In the undertaking. O! brethren, we have bat little time in which to fi 'hi course shall fight against S'sera. O, tronomy and compelled It to ring out the Church of God, go out and recapture wisdom greatness of the Lord, until for Go.l ! You will be dead soon. Put in these weapons I for the second time the ratraing stars the Christian cause every energy that Go J Let men of God go out and take possestang together, and all the sons of God gives you. What thy hand nndeth to do. do It with all sion of tho platform. Let any printing shouted for joy. That was what gave to presses that have lieen captured by the Jonathan Edwards bis influence In his thy might; forth3re Is neither wisdom, hoi devlco. in the grave, whither we are aU enemy bo recaptured for God; and the day. Ho conquered the world's metareporters, and the physics, nnd forced it into the service of hastening. Opportunities of usefulness gone forand the editors, and the publisher; God, until not only the old meeting-hous- e ever; souls that might have been benefited swear allegiance to tit (J d of truth. nt Northampton, Mass., but all CnVhtfln-don- i, Ab, my friend, that day must come, felt thrilled by his Christian power. three months ago never again coming Oh, is i under our Christian influence. und if the great body of Christian men Well, now, my friends, we all have tools not high time thnt wo awake out of l have not the frith, or thn courage, r the of Chr.stian power. Do not let them lose Church of God. lift up your head nt th consecration to do it, then lot some Jonatheir edges. Wo want than on his busy hands and rn his pray- this fight. We want no no imty blades In coming victory! The Philistines will ,'t ing knees climb up onthellick of Hin- - not rip up tho glebe. We coulter that can down and tho Israelites w:Il go up. Wi want no axe that are on the winning si 1c. I think just not arance, and n the name of the Lord God can not fell the trees. We want no goad the King's horses are being hooked up ft of Israel slash to pieces those literary that can not start tho lazy team. Let us the chnriot, and when he does ride down Philistines. If these men will not be conget the very Lest grindstones we can find, verted to God, then they must be overthough they le In possession of the Philis- the sky thero will be such a bcsnmu among His friends rtnl such a wailing thrown. tines, compelling tl Again, I lenrn from this subject what while we bear down em to turn tho crank among His enemies as will inak1 the earth with all our mi-on trcm' le and the heavens sing. I see now th a large amount of the Chnrch's resources the wheel, until all our plumes of tho Lord's cavalrymen tossing Ii Is actually hidden, and buried, and undeenergies an I faculties shall b brnmrht n:r. Tho archangel before the tbron veloped. The If ibis intimates that tha t up to bright, keen, sharp, glittering ' the already burnished bis was a Yery rich land, this mil of Israel. edge. tiumpet, nnd has It says: then he will put its golden lips lo uisown Again my subject teaches us on whai blow the long, lou I blast thai The stones are Iron, and out of the hills a small allowance Philistine Iniquity puts nnd he will thou stialt dl brass. a man. Yes, these Philistines shut up the will make all the na'ions fren. Clap1 vour hear all ye , And yet hundreds and thousands of dolmints, then they took the blacksmiths, bands, and thrones, people! Hark! down nrrl thodnshing tho falling lars' of this metal was kept under the then they took the grindstonei', and they hills. Wril, that is the difficulty with the took every demolished thing but a file. Oh, that is the of Hallelujah! iniqui'ies. God omnipotent the Lord Chatch of G(od at this day. Is talent is way sin works; It grabs everything! It not developed. If lf reiineth! of its energy begins with robbery, and ends with robcould be brought out it might take the bery. I'allelnjih! tho kingdoms of this world despoils public iniqaitlcs of the day by the throat faculty,Itand keeps this faculty, and that aro Income the kingdoms of our Lord and make them bite the wust. If human ture is gone. Was on until thawhole naJesus Chi sU tiie man Icquont beeloquence were consecrated to the Lord fore, t renerall v thicVen bis togUe. Was Jetas Christ it would in a few years per- - be fine In personal annnnr.-.- . Miss Knte Taylor, aged twenty-fivui employed in the Winchester Aimovy, swiue iBiawoole earth to nurrenler to vtj.o .. .. 7? w.. u- - Ne a- liar en, w killed by an explosiou of Ther. I. .ao.gu uaJ.reloped .usrgy j Baw,ff to u W . WiTS-S- cai tridges. A e An Jnterosttrisr Discourso on the bring all the United 6tatetfo Christr-enou- gh Christian of undovelonei "Tho Stolen Grinds tono." J energy in the Unite I States to bring the -. r. hi-- tial, it destroys his popularity. Was h placid and genial, and loving, it makes him splenetic nnd cross; and so utterly is he changed that you can see he is sarcastic and rasping, and that the Philistines have left him nothing but a file. Oh, "the way of the transgressor is hardl" His cup is bitter. His night is dark. His pangs are deep. His end Is terrific. Philistine iniquity says to that man: "Now, surrender to me, and I will givo you nllyou want muic for the dnnce.s wift steeds for the race, imperial couch to slumber on, and you shall bo refre-he- d with the rarest fruits in baskets of goldon filagree." He lies. The music turns out to y a groan. The fruits burst the rind with rank poison. The filagree is made up of twisted teptiles. Tho couch is a grave. Small allowance of rust, small nllowance of peace, small allowance of comfort. Cold, hard, rough nothing but a file. So It was with Voltaire, the most applauded man of his day: The Scripture was his whence ho diew Bon mots to pall the Christian and tho Jew An lntldel who well, but wli.u wh-- n sick? Oh, then a text would touch him to the je.st-book, FARM AND FIRESIDE. a weed, is utili.i'i oil therefrom soiling at ?3.o0 per bottle, t Biscuits: of tlur: a level teaspoon of hoila; a tablespoon of salt: sift both with flour; atlii a lump of lard size of an egij and a pint ot" irood butt Do not mix tiil. Work but little and bakeinaciuickoven. Christian Union. Crab Apple Jolly: Boil apples, with just water enough to cover them, until tender. Mash with iron s.po m and Btrain out juice. Take pint of ju ce to one pound of white .sugar, boil thirty minutes, strain through a hair hieve. Tolalo Blade Most farmers havo learned that cut hay or even straw wet and sprinkled with meal is better feed for working horses than whole grain and hay. In this shape the nutriment in the feed is eaten and easily digested. A'. J". TelOnc-ii.irk. MRS. FREMONT. Th DeTOtion of This Strnnc-Mlm- lI Wn- man to Her Iliisbnnit's InterrsU. Mrs. Fremont s figure is too stout to Peppermint, which is consMerod in some sections, tho re. e, ii-- r to-d- ay prayer-meetin- pick-axe- s the-dro- ne. to-da- v. class-room- to-da- y pint-for- tbe-Ros- o er q 1 prayer-meeting- 11 1 1 type-sitter- s, sle-p- cup of molasses, one nip of milk, one cup of butter, three egijs, one teaspoonful of soda, om' of cinnamon, one te.tspoou-fu- l of cloves, one niitiiiog. five cups of Hour, one pound of rtisins. one pound of currants, pound of citron. This cak : will keep good several months. Ihtlon liudqet. - Riee: Cook a cupful of raw rice in a generous quart of boiling water, without stirrinir, tint I tender, .shakiuj: up tho saucepan vigorously several times. Drain oil' tho water, salt the nee and let it dry oil" at the back of the rang before dishing it. Give a portion of rice with each help" of chicken, pouring tho curry gravy on t.Induvui Stale Sentinel. There are many directions for making good c tl'ee. Here is one from an Irish health journal lifty yeirs ag: Mix thegrouu I eo Tee with half as much cold water as you will e for theeolV-'pot. Allow it to come to a boil; remove WIND VS. STEAM. the p0t from the fire and let the co'lee Kecont i:Ti?rliiit-nWith IiiijtrowI Amor, settle. Pour off the coffee to another lean Salltn- pot, pour as much boiling water on the Notwithstanding tho improvements first; grounds as you tis-- d cold wati-ra- t and boil live minutes: then pour both in steam navigation, transportation by together and let it settle again. Boston sailing vessels i so much cheaper, that Post. new experiments are being tested in n crate. On the lakes, it PLOWING UNDER CLOVER. has boon found economical to use htigo Mlsnpprclianstoiis Current Among Intolll grain vessels, those which ply between Chicago and Buffalo, carry ve masts. cent Agriculturists. Tho extravagant claims based upon Thero is now budding a live ma-ttho estimates made by agricultural schooner fur salt water v. ith a currv. ing capacity of "The chemists as to tho manurial value of a competition ilmo thousand tons. between and ton of clover lead to misapprehension American petroleum is making both among a good many farmers. Tucv nations do all thev can to cheapen that and wonderful product of nature. aro led to believe that there is a feeding While Americans havo heretofore sent value and a manurial value in addition the refined oil to the rest of the world to the clover, and that the farmer xvlio in barrels, tho Riis?mns have sent it out feeds a ton of clover hay to his stoi-in bulk, making a large saving thereby. gets these two values from it. Thi is Several American vessels have been a sort of illusory viow to take of it. fitted up to carry oil to Europe also in and, while it is pleasant to think of, it bulk. As steam is costly and tiro danto build a is of no real valno practically, for the gerous, it is pi opo'-cschooner that will carrv one farmer never actually gets the money hundred thousand cans of oil. Mineral in hU hands so that he can sou it from oil. by tho way, is very cheap. At last these double values of his clover. accounts, crucle petroleum was selling Clover is a most useful plant, but it is at sixty cents ji barrel. This is a resubject to all the laws of vegetable markable boon to the poor of all coungrowth and alimentaton. and nothing tries, who have now a brilliant illunii-nais got out of it th it it dos not contain, cheaper than was the old tallow nor can any of its valuable element bu dip. Dcmorest's Monthly. tised twice over. It is also a common belief that clover IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. gets most of its valuable qu ilities from r Quinine, Acthe atmosphere, and that it is able to The Artificial M:iiiil";i-tiircorUIn;- - to Ileuctt's I'li.n. draw the large quantity of nitrogen it contains from the air, r from a soil in ""A remat kable discovery, by which the which so little is font nud that no price of quinine may ba reduced to other crop could extract much. The something like six cents per oun-e- . has result of this is supposed to be th it a been made by Mr. Cresswell Hewett. clover crop plowed under whi h fur- The synthetical manufacture of qu n.n nishes 180 pounds of nitrogen p r was first suggested to Mr. Hewett. in is all gain, and adds to the soil a very 18G9, bv the late Dr. Mattheson. ot St. liberal free contribution from the air. Bartholomew's Hospital, while giving views are not correct and a" his assistance in a course These of experitimes do misehief by misleading far.n ments in connection with apomorphia. ens and can-i- n disappointment. Subsequently, Prof. Parke, of NYtiev, clover is oftn sown on or Ian I aided with his advice, and to these in the hope that a good crop of it tn ty Mr. Cress, rather than to be grown which can bo plowed under well Hewett modcstlT himself. explains that tho and at once restore the soil to a condi- process is due. Tho'importance of this tion of fertility. This hope of course discovery 13 rendered greater by the fact is never reali'.ed, and not only that while hitherto we havo heon debut loss is the result. Tic pending for our quinine on the cultivatruth is that clover, no more than au tion of tho cinchona tree, from whose other plant, can get from the at bark only about two per cent, of or any other source than the v.l. quinine can be extracted, ninetv-eip-- rood any nitrogen beyond the small quintity per cent, being valueless, the drug can , which has been tracetl to this source now be manufactured limit bv and which is from seven to ten p.mu Is a very simplo process withoutan article from per acre yearly. It must therefor which can alwavsbe got in abundance gather froin the'soil itself all th u it in any part of the world. London Lancontains save this very ni"agcr contri- cet. bution, and consequently cm a Id nothing to it more than it receives ftom Mme. Janauscbek's Advice. it A crop of clover, then, of any valu "Young ladies, I fancy, ask your adcan only be produced upon Ian Iwhi'ii vice as to their going on the stage?" is quite ricu in piant ioou, anil to expect to grow it upon poor land imi-- t al- "Yes, hundreds. Kvery week some ways lead to disappointment For this girl comes reason the practice of plowing und r want to go and asks me: Madame, I on the ftage; shall J?,J' clover is better adaptu i for preserving And you answer?" "I answer: 'No, fertile land in goo! condition th m f ir no, no, my child; Thev know restoring poor land which has been nothing of the life no.' the s'tage. of its run down and exhausted by overcroptemptations and its ping. This should be clearly under- see us only at night, hard work. They anil n.celv stood. Tho most that can be'cxpe ted with every thing perfect." dressed,know-nThev of this plant is that its deeper roots are more have been thirty-threable to reach tha plant food which lies years on theIstage, and 1 say e there is below the roots of other plants which no life like it. It has no happiness, it forage nearer the surface, and it leaves you no time for lomestic or socan be grown upon soils which will not cial pleasure, no time for any tiling but produce tho other crops. work, work, work. I was once a good In regard to its feeding and natural pianist. But for have hardly value some explanation may be useful. touched a piano. years I to I love draw, but Clover is valuable for the iiitroirenous there is no time ever. work and matter it contains both for foo I and ! travel, travel and work. All is girls who To manure. If it did not v ield up its valu- think of going on the stage again, 1 say able food elements in this way thero ho, no." Philadelphia Press.' jWould be no inducement for thefarmcr .to uso it. Tho dairyman would have , THE MARKETS. no use for it and would employ some ClNCIX.VATI, Oct. 12. other crop. But when it is ucd for' """ n Common Jl SO ff 2 25 animals who do not LlVTSTOCIv-Cat- tle fatting .JU Ui IU t. tiolce IWICIHTH take tip any of the nitrogen of it. or IIOOS Common ... 3 (JU & i 11) i a... 10 (but a small "portion, then this valuable Good Tucker.. ... 3 SO H element of it goes out into the manure SHKKl' lly Uih.iI to choice .. ... 3 20 ir ;l 23 . l'LOCK-ramand becomes available in that way. GILUN Wheat No.2 red.... a : .... TO dr. 7.1 The manure from fattening animals "is Xo.3red ........ ' -- mixed Corn-N- o. always richer than that from milking ... 23 t Suilxed t Outs-N- ocow3, growing young. stock, or working in to 2 11 00 b II .V) oxen, Dccauso tho carbonaceous el Timothy No. 1 ... HAY 0 IO ti ' ments of the food only aro used up, and TOUACCO Medium Leaf .... 8 US ttf 8 "0 10 the others arc rejected in the manure PROVISION'S Pork Me. 10 u urn x.'i Steam.. mc of the former, while tho latter conis & 20 Dairy sume nearly all of the nitrogen :n tho BTJTTKlt-Crio2!) 2.' 6', -- . Ohio Crcamcrv . 5 J r. 2 23 barrel-- . milk or flesh or the reprodtictionof APPI.KS Prime, Per 1 35 U I 5 pair of tho muscular tissue, as th . rOTATOK-P- er barrel NEW VOHK. case ma' be. This being th cae, J thon, it appears that tho commonly TTvift. ri.u ntt'l - 2 Chicapo, 3 20 C1M No& fr2'J accepted statement is to be ro'eUod GIIA 2 re- d- No. to Mi. 2 mixed Corn-N- o. with duo allowance for thes facts, - :".' (ft, 41) . Outs and that when tho improvement of tho rOHK-Mc- Ss mi.vcd fir.10 M fe fi 00 soil is the object sought it must be conLAltD Western faeam ul one-quart- engagement anil bend the cut ends apart and hold them s by a small gold bar. A jewel is then s(t on each end. and the tvsttlt is that tho jewels arc very close togeth'-r- , but still not united, and are tints quite typical of engagements. Chicago Tri'mnr.. Bla k Cake: Two cups of sugar, 1 egram. A novel design in rings is to divide the ring one -- be graceful she always had a tendency to amplitud- e- and this, with her white hair, gives her a grand maternal'air, which is in accordance with the fact. At first she strikes you as older than After talking with her for a sixty-twwhile you think she must be younger. Her mind is as fresh, alert and sparkling as when she was twenty-fie- ; it is I have often afllucnt in resources. heard her called one of the most intellectual women ia America. When Fremont vis.ted California after Buchanan's election, and at the end of two or three years went to Europe, his wife accompanied him. of course. He nnd she havo been inseparable, except where circumstances absolutely forbade their being together. She was anxious to join him in his early explorations into the wilds of tho then unknown West, in which the strongest men nearly perished, and she would have gone, but for the fear of making her husband ridiculous almost the only fear of which she is capas well as able. Courage, phvs-camoral, is one of her most valiaut traits. It is a paternal inheritance, and is what Napoleon called of the order. She would have been only too nappy to follow her husband's fortunes in the field, and was restrained only by the consideration 1 have named. She and her son, then a small boy, were with him, and slept in the sarno tent, when he was in Missouri in lsGl, and ironical soldiers frequently spoke of her as his chief of staff Shois capable of oarrvin'-- a musket, nml ri-iit, and I am confident sho would lean any 1010m nope, particular! if iu object were to adancc her husi.amr prospects. She is u .thoul the in o prominent m ma'jy women's characteis. anil for the ordinan woman sho has little liking. Her natural preference is for the society of men, because they are less frivolous, broader and have higher aims. The stronger and more intellectual class of women she allects. and numbers many of them among her dearest friends. But she has no sympathy with what is known as woman's Cor. 6f. Lvitis o. ! ! da.s; mumps, eighteen das; measles, ten days; twelve davs: scarlet fever, three davs; diphtheria, fourteen days. Arkaiisaio Traveler. stnall-po- x, rit Duration of Infectiousness. The duration of the infectious stages of Is prepared "?fcaparlll. Dandelion. Dock. Pf Juniper Berries, and other various diseases's thus given by Dr. J. vaiay, Tei!CtalIo rcmediefc F. Pearse, an English physician: Moas- - coinblr.ation.and P'Pasoni ,, preparaton aro les, from the second day of tho disease, llor to 1 tood's Sarsja,,,!. etTln(t it curaUve " not possessed W for three weeks; small-pofrom tho ruarkable cures wns cr medicines. It effe-othors txO. fourth day, for four weeks; scarlet fever, Puriflk the Blood from the fourth day, for seven weeks; No other preParain has such a purifjiDC effect mumps, from the second day, for three open the blood "Joel's Sarsnpjrilla. It s every l111!"1. and cures Scrofnla, Salt weeks; diphtheria.from the first day for Bolls. Tiqjjj a Humors, Dyspepsia, three weeks. The incubation periods, lUienm. iaci,c. Indigestion, General lUliousness, Sick or intervals occurring between exposure Debility. Catarrh. k,eumat,mj Kidney and IJver to infection and the first symptoms, aro Complaints. It "'toroes that extreme Ured XmV as follows: Whooping cough, fourteen Ing, and builds up.Uj system. well-know- n x, Hood's Sarsaparilla 5, 1 THE' CHEAPttT AH9 BEST MEDICINE roarAXTXTUB i Msa-drak- e. ter INTHE WORLD ! eradl-catc- CURES ALL PAINS Internal or XxtersaX. 500 a Bottle OLD BTDRC00I3TS Cure. CoxocK,of Washington. D. C, was promptly cured by Red Star Cough Has met unparallcl SUCCcs at home. Such has become Its poi,ular'Jln Iyiwell, Mass, where It is made Uiat wholo nfhborhoods are taktns It at tho same time. The sai wonderful i&xf Is extending nil over the coury, jt5 posltivo and peculiar merit makes uc"1 Sends dally. It Is sold by all SI; dniSRi-t- s. I'reparet only by C.L UOOD A CO, Lowell. Mass. s. Hood's Barsaparilla M. RiSWAY'S PILLS IJver, lh Kor of-a- Btomach. the euro ll disorders of Bowels. Kidaeys, Bladder. Nervous JJijeases. U& of Appetite. Headache. Costlveness, ndlg1esil'.,1ar Bowels, Biliousness. Fever. Inflammation of files, and alt derangements of the IntemM y,cera-lu?e-ly mercury. n.Uerajs, Tce table, containing uo or deleterious druf-frice.SAcenupcrboz. Sold by all druggl'ts. te s. ''Wnr tlo poets wear long hairl" asks an inquirer. Costs to have it cut, dear, that's iy. A. 1. Jftrald. IOO One Dollar DR. JHN BULL'S Dos DYSPEPSIA! DR. RADWAY'S PILLS SSS,i?,ffiS!4 store nrencth to the stomach and enab! It to perform its functions. The symptoms of Dyspepsia disappear, and with them tha liability of tbi system, . contract aiseases. l A uxironM and natural color of the whiskers is produced by using Buckingham's Dvo. "Wo havo ued Aver's Cherry Pectoral, in our family, for colds, with perfect success. - e tnhquako is not like other trouble It noa't blow over. tutu FrancUco Alta. A- Sils Ionic Syri FOR THE 3a , J CURE OF rMDWAY'S fc CO., FEVEKami AGUE Or CHILIS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL SARSAPARILLIAN Diseases. resolveht, and 3kb X. Y. A positive cure for Scrofula and all Blood bng nr Procrastination may rob you of time, but by increased diligence bn can make up tho loss; but if it rob 011 t.f lif tho irremediable. If your health is delicate, your apjwtito fickle, jour sleep broken, your mind depressed, your w bob being out of sorts, depend on it you aro seriously diseased. Ia ull such cases Dr. Pierce's 'Golden Medical Discovery" will speedily effect a genuine, radical cure make a new man of youand savo you from tho tortures of lingering disease. lo-s-- mttli: Are Is quickly trfMdon ant WhKli. bi'iiitf suffered, rivers can nut quench." A KAIIM'AY DISEASES. es rJi-ht- s. Ulube-Dcnwcr- n-- The proprietor of this eelebrnted medicine justly claims for i:a scperionty over all remedies ever offe"d to tha public fcr the SAFE, By N. P. B. CURTISS. Price, $1.25. CERTAIN, SP2ZDY and PZSJIANENT euro of Ague and Fer,'or Chills aad Fever, whethMr. Cnrtls. whoe Guitar Method has Ice: been real service to the lovers of good er of short or lajg Btraidini". He refers to tha standard, docs by this thoroughly good nnd enter-entire Westers and Southern country to bear talnlrir instructor. No le.--s thaaTdtasramsillus- I him testimony to tho troth of tho assertion I irate tne positions Of the fingers, flmplerjplaua-- I tinns and vocal and runaio whatever vill it faol to enro if till a brKik,very sweet destined toInstrumental (tlmnr. that in hirh 1. make the tie directions are strictly followed and carriad I aiodirn UaNJU aUll more appreciated and popular. Tuk barber tests the humidity of the our. in a great many cases a single doso has H it.hnuton t'rtt c. hair by hisbayrumeter beensnfSc:cntfera euro, and whole families I have be;n cared by a single bottle, with a psr-fe- et Holds the field acalnt all comers as tho chief boot "Throw l'liy-I- e to tho Io;s " restcratoa of tha general health. It it, for slnetnir clauses in 1VJ. Good music, saered and secnlar. Improved Emerson, ditto mass, blue however, pradent, and in every case more cer- j U) cts., a per dozen. instructions. I O. when it is tho pill sort, and insisc on usin? Dr. Pierce's tain to cure, if its nso is continued in smaller J crrellntrtnOcts.) for TTIch School'; Sona--' ' Pleasant Ptirgntivo IVUets " a modern - ) doresforaweskortwo after the disease has TIelts11 "d ct-cis.i or Honic K ruder (Itook I. Silcl- 10 ana urmi tor medical luxury, Ireing small, sugar-coate- d ihiiI.lttln Hln errs uomnitn renovis.do.) form a fur granules, containing tho activo principles been checked, core especially in difficult and cumpleto set fur music(O cts siiniwr teaching schools. cases. Usually this medicine of certain loots and herbs, ami which will will not require any aid to keep the bowels in bo found to cuutnin as much cathartic power s nn y of the o'd fashioned, larger good ordsr. Eioald tho patient, however, re- r&ct) Tenney nnd Hoffman, the revest book pills, without tho bitter's violent, drastic quire a cathartie medicine, after having taken for Sunday schools, buperlor collection. Tho pellets operate thoroughly three or four doses of tho Tonic, as ngledose effects. In pres and nearly ready An thents oCPraUi. but harmlessly, establishing a jermaaent-l- y of KEIfTS VEGETABLE FAMLY PILLS will healthy action of tho stomach nnd be sufficient. TJSE no other pilL remedy aro bowels, nnd as ua anti-bilioPrice, SL00 per Bottle; Six Bottles for 55. Is a creat favortto with pood pianists. uucjaiilixl. is niu'l'-nthom- BANJO METKOD. noe THE ROYAIi SINGER JnE long-stanii- SONGS OP PROMISE, 1 PIANO CLASSICS, EOOKS MAILED FOR RETAIL PRICE. (tt-0- l W-el- s. Wht is a carpenter like a harbr! he can't get along w ithout shavings. A". Ie-cau- Y. I.tJjr. Piles, fistu'a- - rupture nnd strictparticulars ure radically euiod. l$ok of 1) spensary t in s:anis. World's 10 .Medical AasocaaUou, Rutlalo, 2. Y. o-ii- SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. The Popular Remedies of the) Day. Principal 0ace,83t jlain St., LOUbTILLC, KT. ASK DR. JOHN BULL'S OLIVER C II. I)it.ox DITS0N & CO., BOSTON. A Co., T Itroadway, New Tork. wind-drive- X'arathun Indri tndmi. A KOrK tsalblntj that Is oaslly taut 1 fd "As ooon as repnnt-i- d " is what every body says of Prarer's Ax.o Grease. Chows never kick op a dinturbance without caws. Zi'ir. 3 months' treatment for 00c. I'iso's Remedy for Catarrh. Hold by druggists. "'1.I P.str warrsnted lake noie unlefs LKU?la.'t5lri).hr. .tnnlnl aa lare. for the W. L. itiA ftK IJohkIus' ft ,.tKI hoe. Simi. hl iva ,a th f:lliMin. Ir .nn n.nt cct these shoes from deal- , 'fS I postal Cjyi ers.scndaddrtwon card to W. U Douglas. W xOV-Brockton. Mass. V W. L. DOUGLAS eiual Heat material, perfeetflt, V roil THE I I any J5 or JS shoe, stsmpe Cnno-re.- . """ - lUi-sia- .'J y. 1MiHBlftwn TTv "...K .'1V.UM...... .....J.. .4lA. MV" A am now U3.cc a bor of your Hexrv's Carbolic Salve upon an ulcer which for tho past ten days has given me great pain. This salve Is tho only remedy I havo found that has siven me any ease. My ulcer was caused by varieo'o velcs and was prodoctors. Bewaro of iminounced Incurable by tations. Buy HnxrVt only. 'juaa lMl.kn.,1. .IulLh lUUt'i TronMe. .H. cj n ul Pens js who take measured to enlarge their busiueaa Tailors. eases. Rook free. Dr. (Jeppert, Cincinnati, O. rffc CrdS & 0k 9 2S l tsMu&Aiy . -- , -S- a ' .. Oxioev Cikk. Throat, lung, nervous i1 dis- yi:--. k It is rumoie I tha 'lie crp is a (mlitre. No R OfirT TMX&V&ate&a In every town to sell a t jllct rtl Isni-- J Ly every ladv and Eentleni in. A tieau.uul nr Tilum plven with every hox, walch mti- - it e!l on siitbt. tor ItlliW,--- . rarticu'ar- 1il:.Mo. zs'x--. a. . SSS-J nuifeicut on ;on Un.tn S UK ir&t SPAYStheFREICHT ion sralrs fffl tfiMifGS ???S?9W S60.tt rr jns?HVw5Lr"? ritr r. SS TveCuaA(S 5:ti bran l.--n y Lcrtri. Hsoa Br&riisi, B- - Srur " 1 1 A.v'r-T.- -: Ir-r- y iBteirica ttl Bl.Nt-UAJITO- joits cr .. fre prtss BrS til Seal. ioa altrMa emoHaMTtir, . I FBEIIOH DEGOHATiVE ART DESIGNS. New tne'hod of drcoratln? Silks. Satins. Vass. d six-mast- ed B4 tv rx H b H R K Um AGENTS WANTED rianuea. La etc Can not be detected froia. ha-ir t.r;c, hsdy appl'ed. Send for price-IU- l tudfuil) -- 'or.s. IIOFF3IVNXUKUS.. 1U. H-- ln Streat, Cincinnati. Ohio. d e- At this fKia very orn to n soma errt of r mic jt IIEDV re'M tnt nlmrrt titer rbj-fticipiwc-i-Ltn f ir IbuM who ntei LaiMiEjc ap. nt KT: es nrr l.y-- nel E-- S (e".t iai ZXS&W 3 3 - P 551 5fV" c -. IN GOLD AND S1XVKB. AND f0. vrr. fS A B3 -- iSa PS P a'-r- e U BE5TTQN1C -n HA3 K.'AA IT3 Mi' 7H5 UM HANDSOME PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. v.-r- Tor VVenkite.sn, LnhslturiV, Lack of Knerffx, dp., It HAS Ml l.Ql'AI., nd is I5i nclv Iron mtxi.cin) tht H nut Illjlirinil". It l.'nrirhcs Hie Wood, ln jaorntra tlin ."sjMem, ltestorrt Apiietltp, Aliin It iloes not li!ick-- n or injure tho teeth, ceute headache or proJace cuaMipattun otter Iron viUnnt io .Ur Van V r ittev. St P . New Iymtnn. Ohio, ' I bT HroFrn'n Irrn ll.rt'rs Th r THE KANSAS 2TXAGAZINI5 IIT10N 11 ! rs rr.oi Till jrea-tlcmc- n, )'. Jri theMaFT lMn " MKS Kjr a iodic V"u-to-- nwdl, t'cnhl id rttn rwtilta of IMiilily wbora ad t know of bo -- reparation ot SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES" AT ONCE. disip-pointine- 111 1U2S W BreadwaT. I bad loot all ii'jetil ma eajri hrotcen dow- -i in I wan crestlj LDf tfsl by Uriwn'a Iron Hitters and rld!j remxamend it " .: Mas Nanct Cvmick. JeuarsonTillo. Ind. " 1 war. trtrahled with KeaWn and a general tre.king down of the svstem I ned Krown1. Iron liitU"s with the roo- -t esti'faetory a" (renuine bu above Trade Mark and cniedr-dlioe- a T n Tnke no i.llipr. Matte onlj by m. i" nn n iii'Mic.vi. eo- it 11 lau ts . u wi jii t t r'MQ ash An Easy Chance for a Big Reward- qufestlon, "W'here In I auoscxiosn nsi - mod ht z.vw II One Flue Tap Hvgwy.... l.VO ij one uaoinet urs;au. 14 One SlKiaond BreastpInX t,3 1,'A) li One-e- t Furniture. s UfX) IS On Solitaire SOD 17 One Frifint In Gt!d -- Cuih Present tn Utld 401 ne Ladies Hold waton. v ( aj.h 3M recint in r.AA Ijidlea' PalBriceletsIS OnU Present tn Gid ne 100 rivwlnc Alacnina To the t 2),evh a Solid Gold Watch, worth Jli. each. ju me upxi 1. jsi .11 silver waien. wonn reacn. To the next w.txo an kiegaut Pbototrapb Album, worth $5 ach. 100, etch To the neit 15, etch Solid Hold Km;, worth To the next IJJ.aa mutant Book.ecli worta 11.50. i: a competitor itould fall on the Ural he will aland a chanre for one ot out f-'Ccsh o ls-O- PrM.n tnS.M Cuih Tresens lo Gl!d Prefer., in Ofld --Cs,i Present in Odd "'a IrMTit in Old - Cash PrtaenttnOtM our simpi answering coneetly, on or nelor ovem&tr tv. the B.ble is i irst Found tha VTurd SII.VU," we will V th fnllrvttlnf. T.ffaTH.. io, five' .'.-.. 11 M..u Vprlht TC..A valud MO HA IS? u nimonBI. - U as M 79 nt-i- DK.. TREATED FREE. 0E3C. 1 o th-i- s harimets I.ernove all of drupy la ciglit to wenijr days Cure patients pronounced hopeless by the btst of pbrMrlan!'. I mm ihe flrt doe tnr symptom, rapidly dlppcsr, tied In ten days at least tn of all niptouia are removed. Mime may cry humbnp rIthont inowtnir anything atvuutlt. Remember, It does not cost ou anything to reallrr the merit, of our treatment lor yourself In ten days tl.o difficulty of breatnln,; Is relleicd. tho lulcreKuiar, the urinary organs made to d!cbsj-- o (heir full duty, fleep Is restored, the swelling all or nearly cone, tho strenetlilncreased, and appetite mndo cj-kof lonKMar.d-ir"esreconsiantl curing n number of time, rse that hare been tappo cae3 and tlio patient declared unablctoliioa-.e- e Gils full history of cae Name sex, how Ions atSIcted, how badly so ollen and umc re, are bowels costive, hnvij IpiCs bunted and dripped water, t, tend for free roniainlnK testun-m!-.!- , oncstlon. etc Ten dayn' treatment f crnh'icu free by mU. inlleiviita iosItlely cured. If jm order tr1.!, r "d- lOreitstn rfamps to pay 11. it. . poitage. isi:r .u J c pam-pblr- Specialists for Eleven Years Pnat, Hare frrar-i- i lropr nnd Its comp' cations tctrh tho n.ust WHnilcrutiiccc.ae remedies, symptoms Tec-iaMe IX. GIU3EIV ifii SOIVTS, To the 1M pers9niwhnse names come In the middle. counting from number onsTo rh last riv crived.w will give trs following- - rewards: f First Pa.h Present In o'l. J725 Fifth Cash Present In Gold TS bi.ef.iid Cnsh Present Ik Odd &M I hlxth Ca.sh Present In Gold . 0 bird Cuah Present in (Sold. In Quid Present ra Seventh CashlTcsent tn Gold J 7J 1751 Kichth lourthO.h Present it (iold casn. io mo nxt jj, eaca casn. TO the naitJU, ecn yoiu miu To the next eainfium cash. '"'"e nexir.i. 75, nth 42 In cash. 1 1 MIDDLE REWARDS. t.h r- OVER 821,000.00 iflon to TTIli: .. .. winei7tFv?b eompetior must In everv case send SZ for one year's sub' accompanlea orKANSAS .r..n.rwiii h. r..r,it hscrlte ra.ca.a TOinpe.triceciwu. aiAOAZINtwlih theii answer. . for w hich ( our splendid Magazine. Presen t5l fend.ot-pld. J "U tteot ourelecant ItagailceUouly Inif 'or nnothr year or jr a friend. The regular subscrlptiu JaOTAI. VALUATION :n To those who are t9 late for any of the above rewards, a special chance still remains. ., uose nam come in r.-wo ioiiowiue rewarus: To the last nameai the iiit last wi! win eive ine in cash. To the next to the last n we give fV)f) . Tothe third nme troin lust we will t've t J.O.00 In cash. To t: j.w.w iu cash. To th ntxt ItO, each j.iJ In cash. To the next each iW in u, n LAST REWARDS. a, !,',.';wmW!i ,.ewlll W T is ... J Wrtl, su 250, Marietta St., Atlanta, nos ji:. f.'a. NOW SELt. TlH.Ilt UNRIVALED On tho tyI-:.U.ri 2 to beud for Catalogue with lull particuIara.maUoa rate of EASYper month, up. 100payments at PJU0. the III It i: system, . ORGANS . - upRiGHX.nPJANoerBoston. Now York, Chicago. S for the above presents. VhQ eilts will be sent successful ones, nnd their names published la m than th isne ( i,i Hioer more vou mar tec J re oneot the lareer urlzes. this U mnn.. the Thirte-nt- h t'ompetlion of TUlK .XbAS ilAUAZlXE.aU of which have ctven in. cunw Uverv parent shouB tnconr5e children to enter this contest- - Bsldsfamlllaritln!rthemslve for oneot tha with the ftible ther "etri a hfrhlyKleservinp Family 2daaxlne, and also acb-sae- e regards. We ref r to owr 23 iw) subscribers. V enter every letter In tht order received, and num. ber the names as ieord In tnr subscription booLs: hence tjjere un be no mistakes. If you do not one of the larceat v mav set one of smaller rewards, and thus be amply rspald. If you don't answers will cctanythlnc but our jtfcarJu'e joo will be satlslled. as It has no equal at the price. hi recordei bearing noctnark date later than November 3), lsav. Vou must toad before that date. bend money by new pofal note, money order or registered letter. i ii? ;oiiiiwin2 1 paruni iisi oi me names oi mme w no were awarota present ih our uecrm. ber(, iwr, and Mart, jrble Competition: Mrs. Maria Crawley, West Xarkkam Btreet, Utile, 11 'woftfit-u. Martlnjfrro Mrs, WUIUm Crmwford, AtuiijtTxs., WK----Tvtrr, oij--- - -V " M iu(.ttw.a"- -iaitati uiauj. i... Writn-Vusfy- U PAYJ NOTHSNC t.u.n.u-.,rtr..vCick!- 't trt,r FP COMPETIWC! t . ne -. $ft ii' --. F Tfin-J- U r" - full-grow- 46-- -, ConstrncUnt on the new method of strtmrlnp, on similar terras, bend lor descriptive Catalogue, mailed free. MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. ?t1iAni.?:r,w1S2.,Mntf1twArk-whw-- . 111 . COCEXE'S ANTI-BILIOU- lf,.-V- n. -- PILLS, THE GREAT ENGLISH 5EKEDY For I.lvrr, Elle, Indlsrestlon. etc. Fre from Jlerenrys contains only run Vesetatlo Agmt Ingrc-dlt-utj- . 33. iseo. oct. To U Kansas Maca-j- ,, jjansaa Clty.M..: .hm"J fib'sVitv" ViZ ai??hou'-vn- d Do'""" which yen sent m for answerlnj your nibreqii.stton. -- KPecuu..y ,&- MAVlACJtAVLKY. " " T.he Majaalne is the btst magazine puh, l"composet?t,l "'?, "d ,hQV?ftorie?J.po.fuUr contflhutions. such as most people will read with pit aaure. r.lla! b?e. hL? will do all Its publisher, ar. hn m- -' be ouni ln 0ld rtar7.dTJLsur-?i'ncTorainentc,,,of Kansas aty. Mo.: Major B. F. 8eo, rks: Charles 1. Lucas Kecord.rot De-LoallBank "sponsibli. house ot Kama City. First Not,1? S" a;r.Mentioa thl. par an- - adres, fcjj iettra to WU luwcrec llt V&l., iSSi? " ,S?I!miir " who PARTIE- - If yoa want any farther proof. wrle- - U.000 Inoneof onrQibl. eontests; allots was awarded I.1W, and If you will seed ut atanis aw,r,Jea lus from ft to tJCa. The fot-"e Lvi;L. (ji h P""" "xria ax..ji. ?heliTfi" n- " - d Wir d.; d Lnrd-Pri- Ice CUAK. "V. ClllTTKNTt.X, JKW YdKIC THE "' !,. JEANTSAS lYIjfGA.ZINE, KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. ' I - 1 VI I Ik-- "i3 J xxi-EKsENC- E. lN-W- Ueat. ?mmu UlUUAliU. CO. MILO B. STEVENS & OHIO. C1.KVKLAND. WASHINGTON". D. C, xU. DETUOIT. illUll- - Tears' CoRKKSrONDCVCK SOUCITKI). 25: CLAIMS SWK Froecited without micee-fnl. M TTO KANSAS MkZISE Is an to its mttiia, wemaiiksopia copies fnr Ucenta. Itemeiy Notarrh ,g th, to Lajund Cheapest. Faiollr Majarlne, kamdMrotlr rrlnteft - .iuiai aPiso'i ht swift-revolvi- ng 1 ouo-ha- e, O. I S - jTJsMlVl CHICAGO. sidered that the plowing of clover is Oimigated KeHectin;jStyn 400 J3 IX) tho best practice under certain condiFLOCK Wisconsin winter HXr: iis in etery fatally (3. Trtv "- Lives moro light than tortr tions, because then tin- - surface sjil UltAiX wuai Sprint? ordinary lamp- Send ST eU No. 2 Chicapo SI th "31, for lamp ana bo convtnrri gains a large amount of fertilising Corn No. 2 Clrrulan rree. I'OKaKE.1 23 . 22 V matter; but this gain is all at the exOats No. 2..... Ji fit AKIN, Cincinnati, . (a. 43 Hjre ... pense of the deeper soil. Tho land FOliK Mess........- . Our $15 Shot Gun now $10. C5 570 itself has gained hut very little, it has I.A HI) Steam- $15DonWBrchloader. $9.50. 1ULTIMOKB. simply bean benelitc I as regards the A3 Mall OUBS rurul-- 4 lO IR It aW ,7a!l 5?. lly Vr. bfwlMAMf far laurr4 crops bj' the growth of shallow-roote- d 7945 H) GRAIN Wheat No. 2 shifting of a large portion of its plant .Pawatti&BwA'aVaTfi 44 ft. Corn Mixed .. 31 St food from an inacccssiido part of the Oats Mixtd m .v) HUCn I O iTflll I CU M AC land to a better and moro attainable PROVISIONS Pork-M- ess RUG 8 Vi Lard Refined..... , Tidies, IIIMls and Rugs, rATTKUNS. tor matin rhen, howThis is- - all. position. 400 l 1 60 quality CATTLr.-n- rst Hoods. Mittens, etc C it 6!4 S ever, a farmer is fee ling cattle for fat IIOGS mall lor s.1. KKKK. K. BOM INDIANAPOLIS during tho winter, clover hay is the CO..TOIKIK, OUIO. .t 72' best fodder he can e because it GRAIN" Wheat No. 2 red -- 34'i TO SS A DAT. Samples worth SI. SO Corn mixed. yitEK. Ltnesnoiunderlheborse'tfcet. Write an abundance of nitroir m to to 2tH furnishes Outs mixed...BMUrrSR Simi BUI ltOUIK(.,BIly,aia. LOU1SVILLK. balance the ab.rid tut carho.i of the S ft i SO Mnrphtn Hmblt Cvsrt4 Its lO and so preserves the anmia's ii a FLOUR A No. 1 corn in xu days. Aopayiiutarea. GItAIVVhcat No. 2 red OPIUM Dr.l.lUskaai,l bnm.Oho healthful condition: an I as this uitr &, 3J Corn mixed -ir I ' gen is not assimilat d. but is Ojts mixtd Wits.BanrsaDd'WaressentC O.D.sny-wher.. as an excess of nutriment, ihe ' eater LAUD ss Whoialeamd retail HAIR B.CSUtiiCo,inWabab-tT,CWJ- . Steam...." part of tho most valiubl'i cons.ituent go out iu. tho manure A'. 1'. Timti, fiCUTO makeover -. ffJuX"!1 I JrASSa-- " unviuii,B- -j - y. SC -- A "?. SO CeiltS. FLOTTR-rnm- DUNS W -- im on application. GRiDC"""'!.!!!!' siour nnd Cora islttjairaTgTivrrr,T. (F. "UfoiTpatentl. vr,---- AW4fe 3t Is the flneit toned and most durable la the world. Warranted to stand ln an v climate. AiK your nearest dealer for them. Illustrated catalogue mailed free by the manufacturers, J.YO N 4. H EA LY.162 Statc St. Chicago. Iu. M jijiic. rr. Atfo MWW.-JM- Jl FJEEl MltLJCtrrnla-tan- i ww aa..--- CM IKaa., Koaton, Pa, iu ALCiUll auaii" and I'AKM TratlmontaU sent lev ier 0 NoRop8toCGtOfflfl.i'UiQi .- -. r.l),rr.l BRIBIJC-CK and FREE PMuifMA niCDC!mrLAWS;Ofllerf.' pay from VkVlkflweommlasfasst Besertera reliev ed; jreaaloa. aad Increase; experience TO yearti success or no fee. 'Write for circulars and lawa. soy. cinclaaatL Ohio. A. W. MoCOKMiCX By return mall. JKall Deacriattoa CatiU. XS90T CO, CiadiaaU,! o riKCU-J.AR- u-- - $5 rle Halter to acv cart 'h frce.onreeelntof SI "? M1 Faddlery. Hardwarw Tlrlrr Hnrrlxl rflaceSat Trade. CT" Send J.U. LIB UTEOCSK. HBM.1 Mi fiitipri far"" - -- M Jly !Lr2LarA vnumc STUDY. v all Cin tKJ EDUCATIONAL. Book-kwplnj- r, Businee Korms, Penmanship. Arithmetic Short- rsand, ewr.. IliorourtilT tamrht hv mail. Ctrrulara Kaasla. M. X. SC8UtSSa WANTED GIQD MAN -- COL.ak. ECU APH Y 5rp" n . 1 -- I enrrtlo worker; bust" la Wa scttlon. Balary lUurraaoaa. IircU7 SL.Y. n POUK-.Me- e. prtcc-Uitr- s .... .l.. MM WAN I fcD 'fiu,U .., .A whet wmrfcr T tir-lTli. vjV v .. A Mb a !. - 'WriUTaiwmjiBBaos-- . Janesvllle. aVk kta asassa - er Cit.Hnr. 1104 sU wu. W - saa ATZJtTiaEt A4v.rMs..t ia pleaSB -- -, U- x - -- ' ' M! jhj.'-r.'ir"- 1 -- - .nnhUki-aJiU- r4 1 2& i IrsBwSs-'- ' (t- - - j , x- x - t j. " fwgft.'vr v4"- - ( ""- - - 1PM ;?"IMR1BWPC!ImM-- I UWP111- -- TPF" -- - '-- 's4' Mg OUR V "wwMMMBMBMBMBiMHBBiMMMaBPWMgiMMMaPMMa - XII" DRffi G001 Tifinartment is fairly teeminc' With Uright, tfresli Imported aud JUtiS Domestic Novelties, such as were never seen hero uetore CORDUROYS EVEiB 4. jv. a liandsonier stock of Goods been on exhibition than greater rush.tlum we have had for the past two weeks, while T. - DIAGONALS, WIDE WALES, SERGES, TRICOTS,! BEFOEi m THI o a d A iter Xjioelc! T a k. e n WITNESS MaatBifllW mraiwa IJK.niillllilniMimuiIl i i H " lf'J,)fcMmiaM - Mri ZL n - , l. "nmrMii iwoiiiw I nifl itfiirnrn Irt wg-- - . II jff 1 fi 9 - - "" 3 ? , Ol .HIBTOEY OF showing wc are Snow -- ECIC-SA- N 0L0 -- A KS, on our counters. Jts-w And never before have; we seen a A n w-s-$r HOMESPUNS, COMBINATIONS, SIL.K STRIPES, , IIAIR LINES. Silks, Plushes and Vol vets Plain, Striped and Brocaded. SMITH, ELLISON & CO.! - stock is complete in every respect. pleasure, to snow ffoods. ' Ml? Our Prfee W B E A. H S TO THE Ml& W S3 S3 ii s F A. C T yery Customer T T EC A. We arc showing a handsomd lino of Ladies, Misses and Children's Cloaks, in all tho latest Styles ,XEV MARKETS, SHORT WRAPS, !. . x(oix o We invite each and all to call and examine our goods and prices. EX. 6 It is nd trouble, ire IN DIAGONALS, JACKETS: V but LfKn f3Xtf g IS?j; STr! 13 S3e Kj Kfc&i I" 8-- rp SI 63 h 33& ia k BCUCLE AND CLOTH. Wo have already had a fine said on a CLOAKS, and tho reason is that we liavdfc tho Styles, and our prices arc f?iWiE 1 ; 8??fi ra 1 I WWI The eonrnittee of colored Odd Fellows, from P.iducah, who have been so long looked for, ar- lived Wediiesdsiv. :unl !it niht :it the Knights of Tabor Hall, organ izol .in ililil T1Ihivm T.oitirn in tliis place. They initiated aud confer-- ' red the degrees on the officers.) and will, before leaving, obligate and install the officers. The Lodge is to be known as The Great West, No. 2S0!, G. W. O. of (). l The committeo of organization are, II. right. Don't fail to call and see our WRAPS. SMITH, ELLISON & CO: LOCiVL NEWS. ZNrcyv&r K2?,:o:.i&.H27 tt m I ' Tisans TO S Capt. Jones' new residence presents quite an imposing front. Congressional election occur, Tuesday, the 2nd day of November. Only 17 days oft". "We will give you a big bargain in Short Wraps and Walking Jackets. Call and see. Tho - ;"FL0W SLyUM fll V AVr,U t Ui UUI CrJ I I m km M- ? te? i Are drooping their meek heads on account of autumn remind Webber 'Tho Harry City Hall, Comody desire to fovr foil, tho readoi-- of the Courier, that wc have nowr Friday, in stock Combination at one of the mosc complete and elegant lines of 3StIJ;t Sod'KfcbSI 22nd iust. A treat of octl-i-t - r m. J. A:mi$i:kg's Sons. Maishai Wdbiun, on Tuesday .morning, anested William (Jant- ett, in Iliekmaii, who is charged with tlio Uillinir of Mat Pate, in ,0" couty Teim., some time iSia a Vil"1 i t t i s last winter. (laiitlctt stands in- h& I S i'T dieted for the crime, but has evad- ed anest by Tenuosaee officers, On Tuesday morning, home Ten- nesscans pointed liim out to Mar- slial Wilburn, who, with his char- igilnuce. nabbed him. acteristic winds, we At the time of his arrest, Gantlett . 1 The flowers nny hlnom in the spring And in the fall may fade away; ". Rut give us your attention kind leaders, For in this issue we've something to saw irS. You inav find in tho flnTTiMr.1? ...irnrHsn,! .,r;,. From some who .set out baits, and catch with these dcfviubaf' ' " IVrlinps it is best for the people at large, , on these staples, they cannot yoa overcharge. C, For I J s T? B-c--- , But when you come, your better goods to buy, . , Keep your eyes open, for you will find thciri high. Of these, our friends, we've nothing to sav. would buy goods cheap, come over this'way; Uut the raio mirth, music and the diamatic. S Hats and Caps, all prices and all sizes, at J octllt o J. Amijckg's Sons. I I Elder Alex. Cook, of the Christian church, will preach at Caldwell's Academy, in Hickman, . l i V- &., cannot be excelled. octi-4- t SHOES, l"ZZOTIf0OTSiXna couiiUts ofCLOTHING, HATS, on the any lncrchaiit doing was ever '; sliojvn - dates for Come out to near your eaudi- C I flint. i7U&m..a'A..T-WG ai'O cf-jirf- in tlic Purcliabe. S i - tholSth. come, -.i t SSS'iSitv'!:1 ( Get your neighbors to Oil!1 COXlipetltOrS C(Ul 01 vpthen you can vote utt ad C al'C (jetCl 1111110(1 cleistaudingly. T)riCCS;aild St OCJv All shades of Flannel, Knit Uiul i r t ' Ulankets, Comforts, now ready on IS all'Caa) aSSUl CO. , And wo wish to impress on vonr mind at the ' n uv les ilioiUV inan any Oiieriiiii; these uoods ... . 1 . v r a. - Mil SOU tllOin. j -- if to do the business of the town this have anything to do with it, onr . ocii-i- t o. omnium '. & 0 oo.xa. To the articles most dear to feminine heart, we have esnecial attention, and no "fair hidve" should GO herself the .. Our ijustice oi not seeing - was Like the Hickman & Riownsville railroad, it ought to have been. lut but, don't let tho proposed Hickman college go tho same way. lieighnors: their wives quarrelled; ine young men ot Hickman must the husbands took it up, met, assert themselves; there aio too quarrelled, but did not come to many needed enterprises being blows. On the day of the killing, neglected. Mrs. Gantlett pursued Mrs. I'ate UeFponsible parties propose into a held, and amongst them &c, to build la.ou de Chien bridge Mis. Pate was bruiseel up considbusiiios erably, raid hhe called for her hus- for v'.!00, not aecoiding to adverband, who was in the house at his tised specifications, but one suffown home, to come to her help; iciently substantial, and guaran', lur liiisliiinil Mini) from his own teed to stand at least two floods. " VJi . V.i" i".!.." r i.: ...:r' ":. I . UOHSl' til tuu ui-i- i in in iiiu wuil So wo hear. in bis hands: and at the a shot "tin According to the new State same time Mrs. Gantlett called for' fall,! hei husband, when it is charged vevonuo law taxes will be due IwonPer on tho 1st of out success that ho inshed Tate. from I'ato's anu the penalty of T per February, cent, will lionse, and shot take effect on Sept. 1. Sheriffs ...,,,Hnu..H.....irriHsr. Wiii bo reqiilrpd to settle in full D. A. Bradford, wholesale pnper dcilcr bv Nov. 1. given 3 J claims that he killed him in self- dcfeiise. The circumstances of the killing as given to the Couni- I'ate and Kit are about these: (Jautlet t. both farmers, were close rSarmSTSii suflered to fail by default iip wc aremoi nfr:uoour prices to give, Wn ,., call .,. " I1J ,.!..,.. iio fill tldU t..'. i " "? oc HV..4II oc .... !.' II w vltil.uvil x.ll advertised )ii:cs we are ready to meet: Our purufiaees are large, and departments' complelo Wc are toodmsy this week, onr prices to note; dust brin: on the prices that others quote, Wc arc ready and anxious tluse prices to meet, . V. a- - KZA M H V 3 T7? And save you ''some mohey" on a bill complete. that most complete line of goods we have ever Yes, are busy opening im one oi the brought to this market. Our advantages in buying being second to none, we can safely say that we can easily compete with ' j r , in- - ieriouly afflicted with a lungs; bad on ot tied of ('hnUano.ea, Tcim , our-dispin- y. t a jrr. James Wearn and family . as Miss Sallio Gertnule Owous. loft this week for a visit to rela- - back in a few days, and satisfied embrace all fNo veil ies, from foreign and domestic looms: Im- fa joua lady born and partly rats- - Uvcs in Kno.wille, Tenn close margin as any competitor, we ask a llickinan, a Bouele Cloth, Silk Warp cd m Owens, who daughter of Mr. Cloth, Canvass ported V. Si. '. A.. consideration of these facts, and Win. Wits cashier of you Tri- the bank at flicUman for many Will meet in the Baptist Cords all shades, Suitings, ocfl-l- t (Sprduroy give us a trial. Eespectfully, a Willis was defeated 'for a re cots, &c., with to match, llemembcr, years, has entered tho field as a church, Sunday afternoon, at li and reader and lecturer. She is o'clock. Subject for discussion: nomination mine Ijouisviijc his- graduate of the Xaiioual School ''Importance of Family Prayer." on counters. We have opened our oi iMocuM mi aim uraiory oi rm only by (these goodslare trbtiiynbu.Ashera.cai nth, 15. J.UG3 votes. Theisne in tlic raoo Axr,:,.!, ,,..,,., ,rif n'Ht o )) CbSfJ On Ub, dull ailelpliia. 1 he pi es.s of the hast- - Leader, 1. Urevard. Everybody - Qk Was the Civil Service lav "WilliS"--",J- invited. nc.c b.u coHy eni huh m traiBiii V. Prest. A A DiVVI3 Scc'v. r.. L. ALEXANDER, Cask: tur and caruth against. k. t. Tyfcr.rc,- Prcsi II. Avill fiiid'iio rcdUij-madc-u- j) ill this line. irasli jyou lias appeared prcuioi ior ner ntr brilliant career in the line of her A largo lotof Woolen ITo-t- i Tiik Stato Commissionervof II H IPT WW W M" i.ii...,C5 tll.vL Vviii.ill l .1. OStil- - bllC lacCs blICJ clllU JLilr,l.il, .oj J.jU11v.S, chosen calline-- Miss Owens onlv sierv. for Ladies. Misses and says the corn crop of the Ml II JBfl. ML afewjeaiapo was a leader of State will average 03 as to condio aii can buy, at die:. in we and tmv one Jeans and Louis die f.ihionabie society, and tion aud 1)6 as to average; that the the-statMCZ3XA9T, octi-- u as compared with wool of is a puie sweei woman, niouesi, tobacco ciOp stands 97 as to conknows graceful and talented, and when a dition and 97 as to average. The convicted Anarchists win )reseilt time, can liiiorm von vrcpured to, wc reverse of fortune occurred to ' , ,A , be handed m Chicago. Dec lnl. J her family, had the courage to 850,000,-Arnica. Suite. They buried defiance at the court, sell you tliesc staple articles 20 per cent, cheaper meet it heroically, aud entered Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts, and claim that they are martyrs to f,m the field to which her genius, tal- Brui-Sores, Ulcer, Salt Jtheuin, Fever OHOr tilCIll. a -and -- lotions cause tit.it IlOUSCS Call ent and education directed. She Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hand, Chilblains Being regularly organized and ready for buine, we respectfully solicit the patronage will sooner or later revolutionize writes to old acquaintances of the Corn?, and all Skin Eruptions, and posiof all. All collections made for depositor free of chiige. Approved this country. possibility of her visiting her tively cure Tiles, or no pay required. J t paper running three or four month";, discounted at the I J rate oi per cent, per annum. childhood home, Hickman, this is guaranteed to eive perfect sitifaction, Have you seen the late style E?! u or money refunded. I'riceUo centa per boa.. L 9 season. Dress Goods just received, a For sale bv C. A. Holcoinbe J. Amkeug's Sons ? I'.ml (o Ilmitt .icrnpiu:r. An octl-i- t DIKiEOTOES Co mi c j- C(li:c:ttIonl ASNoda- Edward Shepherd, of Harripburg, 111., (toit. H. BUCHANAN. R. TTVLER. 1) Plummet" brinrs the GEO. B. THRELKELD. CIIAS. BALTZERf Mr. W. iaj.s: "Having received eo much benefit 'K M. ALEXANDEB. L. L. UNDERWOOD. W. C. JOHNSON- Declric Hitters, I f.el it my duty to A.The third monthly meetinj; of the C. E twig from the regular', Coui:ir.n:i of Custom Boots and Shoes for Men and Shoes for Irom s'jfierinK humanity kno'V it. Have 'a ill be held at the Boek Spring iSchoollines let pecan tree, on which are nuts le.uleru my which area hybrid between the Ladies, Misses Children, are productions of four of the hud a running njretoldon nie I !ei for ei;ht houe. Tlieand the of the Heading Circle following programme would have will report doetorM cd. -- tion this side the tropics. We have a large lot of Custom-made Shoes for Ladies, Misses ami children, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. J. A2iijeeg"s Sons. Mrs. W. T. Ruckner has a Moxicr.u cactus in btoom, with lo buds asirctty a llower as the eye can behold. It is rare that ono can bo grown to such perfec- i cdXaoaogy &J, t:,.t, TWIT. 5?. SSsSi g5pw: Zzi 5 rfOSCKr- VC j11 'i t 3PS, lr- 'ftff. w c??tsi &m; MMF.. t-- v . u-- . ,lE8?23! ' ryssri! 4s&,G&'&W$ Hair Jersey trimmings 'S Mr. HiivnoK drv enods inor-- I tried many rem- - c,,nt ", I'ulton, made au assign-- , tllfs witliont Oeneiil. iseinc induced to .ir. jjuuian trv llr. Kiiiff a New Uiseuverv for Con ineiu una wees. 5iitnpiioi, did so anl wa- entirely cureil illirply is the assignee, . liy ue of a few bottles. Since which t'me LiceilSO were issued this week lie has used it in his family for all Coujjhs ' and Cold with bet resulK una H the for the maniage of Mr. T. J. who--e ve have of . j, t, A,n M g t to yj been . saved bv tins Womlcrlul Discover?-. fY "flue ,. . . z? w w,,u rTiii' ""'JTrial Hotiiea lree ai u. A. noicomoe'a hn writes that he wo severe cold that! ALL mD"TOEMB2STS vcr haVC jllSt U may that Other voiivl f.rs in mni.lr ""Ui u c njiuiiu li. ani'vtuiUUi jiuiii mu muuvvt, thorough investigations some IlOUSCS on 01101". C - time makina OUyillg. T -- ' i i - j.i. l r i Limb DCIOrC "'7'l-kl- l S - WC feel confident j rt uili SHiruiitibus . i .... tlnd3 Hon-experien- ... , AE Ml G -- - i Hrm Sloro than those who rush into the market and HEAPIE i ! with IrishftJair Henrietta, 1 French that iri- ,.' buttons lound 'itrif! -- , j WcruTvTail EUCnA-NAN- , r- Ag-licultu- rc . V qvy " " Flannels the June, houslit market then, arc that and'jw, thanothcr vhd the lb IL M bake: afa i, i s Itui-Ulcti'- CAPITAL, , rd .w.-,r.:K- e. 'BOO r - -- m and Ely the wloof n!SS grS best hictoijies in the U,S,viz: " Our the -- .TJISS .vIUCKG'S SONrf. Padan Bros. & Co. Trv them. VlVr IllO Aimb- nt J. While in the market, we were fortunate enough to secure somcjboxbjC" have the pleasure of in . Wo propose to give the benefit of same to troducing to our readeis. our uilv.MiiC,aiiiitfet, arrested in very rare bargains, and we Mr. J. J). Taylor, who AV w Jiickinan, Csday, by Marshal. our trade j. O note a few of these aspires to represent this district Villmrn, was envcyed by that 11 Shoe Co.;1 xlamilton-i3row- n Ifcss Eros.; Ciesecke Boot and bhoe Co., and ine world renowned veirs:mv UMlkUHj , ( l Xrft , W - . f to liavc the bone Fcvwped or lei amputated. w" ha rendcreJ: Compul-or- v Education J C. Ward. I need. itMleal, three Imtties ol bicctric en loes Bucklcn's Arnica Vicious Literature J. D.Jones. mid Bitters Diurnal Motion of the Earth Sam'l L. nowound and well." Salve, and my let; Uonlhac. Electric Bitten are oldat fifty cent, a bot Myology F. F. Jones. tle and Bucklcn's Arnica fc.iUe'at JoO per e 15s i" j' . S0BZ& "' octl-lt- language Lessons Will Hughes. Primary Grammar Pearl Penillcs. Mongol!- - Education S. L. Ijbell. Articulation J. T. Saunders. sasA -- sttf4 DEALER AV Tna 1 : 3 T i . oflicer to thoTroy, Toi,,, j.,n. lie is indicted for innrtlec in the I i i 1st degree. I tra.1 I V kf- - in They .l We esire also, to prepare tue public mma ior a tew souibbs and cheapestfoundHickman. other ALL LOVERS OF THE BEAUTIFUL in any cannot be - Tho shaviug houso to Beck house. Slioiitri pay M S. JOXES' L. C. RANDLE-IW'& Bransfont's furniture factory, that arikely to appear in subsequent issues of this most excellent DIBSTELBEIKK City, ignited Tuesday , Union wTili emanate from the fertile brains of some of our ATTORNEY Af LAW Hickman is sadly in need of EMPORIUM Faisaily Groceries. moruiug, igniting the factory paper, hich a night police force. !.. ... a ,! nlnftAe lint fAr. competjors, visit, where you wilt find always on Collector, Real Estat i: - iiAgent rOUllUlllg and will read something in this wise : "We will dis hand, a larjje and well assorted stock of v. innately the names were extinHats. Bonnets. Laces. Flowers and Feath no space to " HtOKSIAN, KY. xhe columns of this journal are open H. BUCHANAN count al advertised prices. guished before any serious NOtrouble to name all articles, but ers, and in tact, everything to.be found in a show goods, factory. Will attend nromptlv to all busl andoree and see, at the corner of Troy vnn dono to tho 4o have the money to advertise their prices, and we are is the only man in Hickman that FIRST ness entrusted him in Southwcstcn nnd Moscow Avenue. Eist Ilickmrn, HILLM? SIDES. cral persons were dangerously to all soils Brown Desuoycr's (formerly ' Kentucy and Northwestern Tennessee by tho shaving house. burned Orders promptly filled, and price3 to suit Special attention given to the investiga not afifid for our prices to appear in print in public, neither are Bryan & Brown's) F0RSALE. ibc timed. tion of Land titles, and the purchase The new Kentucky license law OllOCS. tllO UCSt III 15001S - Kl.:-- , ,1 r,,,, Ul-,- . 4' rt rn rn iM'rale of Real Estate. hmvv jl.iu. OU1I1 JinS UU i, Linerica. They oiler one thous200,000 feet dry Cypres IWiJ.iin .is uow in effect. Tavern Jicenses WC W" 11UU Ji. mvivuwuw ... and Fencing Lumber. Also, lOO.OOtf " uu. t,,c d?tec' ti n creased irom iioo iliarcTA(l vn or Our prices show what wc ahe!?.1"1 (l0P1,ars r?W!r,d in any shoes ira i .i ,inlln-- a o any shoddy . JJition liunurwu uunt- - ic ,..., 4 I50NDURANT & DKEWRY. lEETRE'S SALOON, Cypress Shinies. "fiy. r ud say whattowe. will do. our house soon. Q!?RCflM without bar VOIP kim on them. Every see you in marl- tavern license Sale of malt Would like m.u uunuuun, rnioiunn " n . pair warranted. TUey caunot bo loges and 830 for rr CPY rCSpeCtlllliY, ! t V Pawnbrokers are tax1 IiailffS tl tilC OUtSKie. HICKMAN, - Services . found in any other house. -Professional KENTUCKY,to AFRE8H BEER constantly on tip. AULOWEK. and L0WER &c uors. r$30O per unum and all paj" ivFFERS his kinds of Groceries hatao. slrfcs. ome and hear tho candidates J tho citizens of Hickman and vicinity jarsana lobacoo, of the best brands. s ellmg tlcafliy weapuns mv will not W Cfc JMLj&"jW'lLjt-$ian cheaD as the chearcsi. raironage solicited. 1iiiv WITTl.VO. cd 50 vunueiEuiu. ior uongress, juoiiuijy. hot f "Uncle Andy Shuck sends Dr. J V.- ft, f O'Daniel a sweet potato that weighs S pounds, which is thought to be tho largest grown in the 1,000 our price, worth oc, yards Prints, county this season. However, it " " " 10c, Rubber ebb, Jiniiuic Shepherd brings in one 000 u it " 10c, 000 Cashmere, from across the river that weighs tc " " Sc, 500 X pantoii Flannel, very heavy 13 pounds. t: m 20P-J'20c, , crtTick, extra heavv, t Ouroni""rrlcniir-lrr-,Toim - u nas return- 1,000 Uarnes, ot tins conniy, "jJJ'cJ Domestic, yd wide, :. ZZ'12.1 tc... u r' 8o, z. ., visit to relai ed from a ti 10c each, tloz. 10l'i, 100 tives in California. lie pronouncc u liauies nana Keren lets, ic " oc 100 -t ces California tho finest country u " 10c iiair, ft' Sen's all wool Socks, 50 lie ever saw, but would not advise It " " Scarlet Undersliirts, J," worth 1.00. " r' 10 poor men to go there. (( jf " Blue Flannel f Overshirls, 5 1.50, '' IC The Pulton Boomerang is It Jf t Afoii's Hfiiivinnf.fin if " 25 booming Mr. J. D. Taylor, of this " " " " " " 5.00, 25 ..-.-- . rr county, for member of the Stato ft T tt i .1 itock onus, (Oig loargams) worth blo.UU, orstea 12 ?ft" our price, . "Board of Equalization. Ho is said n i,i?Md's l'anis, to L air xrriTij wnicn we win sen a uu cents on si.U'J. worthy to be a competent and 10 Cases .ten's heavy winter Boots, worth S2.50, go at 2.00. man. This is a lucky year for the though others have Taylors, and the start, ho may yet distance thera i -Y . c--- A, T TsT as a member of the Boaul of Equalization. Uo the people ot Fulton and vicinity wo need not Normal Schools J. O. Taylor. Etymology of Poetry "V. 11 Hughes. Primary '.Spelling Annie Slicaron. II. Discoveries W. DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, snd School Supplies. Faucy O'OODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for .Medical use. AGENT FOE THE Cook. introduce Mr. Tajlorand ins qual- j;yC '- .2U " otc - - --- "-- six-wee- ks . -- iG5ceaeh l'.OOeaeh O 1A 225c pair jr - n:tacii i i Juacn -- ifications, and to them wo. do not speak, bat to those who do not know him. Wo can, in all candor introduce him to the people ol this district as a worthy gentleman, and one highly qualified for the position. He is probably one of the best posted men in the (lis-tiiregarding tho value of lands and property, and this being the most essential qualification, wo highly col nine ml Mr. J. D. Taylor to the people of this district, and assure them that they could find no worthier or better qualified The Boome- man for the place. deduction of Fractions Superintendent. We believe wc are accomplishing some good aud hono our friends will fa'or us with a lartre audience SAM'LL. ISDELL. Ch'n Com. WHITE ?BESORI-PTIOSrj 1 S SEWING -- MACHINE B: A'S3?"JECI-XT" R. L. MOORE, can be found over Powell's Grocery to attend night calls. - 1 ,i T"l i i l - . r,- ..50 '1U.UU .. , ', v a -- 'all. 11 ffli A --mTrfi.-WiilS At her home, in Calloway county, Ky., on X I I I !' il I IT n iIr Saturday, Oct 0, 1SSG. Mrs. I'ernecy Felts, i --lEl' J -j' & ; of that county, and Felts, faisterof wife of Esquire Winfrcd B. McQonnell, of Fulton county. Her remains wercbrought to Fulton county, and buried at Mt. Zion, on Monday, thellth, the Rev. X P. Kara-sodelivering the funeral dipcourse. The CA1 J- deceased was a truly noble and christian BUY. A UITAKF- w SJWilf. va-TTK- .i. woman, bcinj a consisteat member of tho v J.JUJCl . .ju(u.ju .Methodist church, and a devout believer i on our Savior through many years. Those ,ieiore aeciding this question wc invite you to examine the beautiwho knew her, loved her, nnd though she ful and varied stock. j lived to a good and ripe age. dispensing kindnesses and blessings to those arounu and about her, many a heart i grieved to ,.E. BUCHANAN hear ol her death, lo nor ageu anil venerable brother, Esquire Wmfred McCon is tho only man in Hickman that ncll, who was especially devoted lo this atnew store, J7uqua & De7?ow7s old stand, lias an endless variety of sells Ackerland & Wylor's cele- loved sifter, wc extend sincere sympathy, i?ooks and Fancy Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish', Pens, tho brated Tailor made, perfect fitting lie is the only one ofbles-- old family left. Pencils, Port-folio- s, Lap Tablets, Albums Card Cases, Cards, &c, Ac, hia last days. Beady-mad- e Clothing tho best Miy God comfort and and loys m variety. Died, S E- ni EfcB, II. y, (o). tfiiere: I .. ... MBS. JENNIE! GARTyisrET?.. ---- s endless 1 r . ! - . . i 1X1 u-- ci -, v- .- A - m m dam-Sev- . no--p CLASS Ky" i ! world-renowne- d ,- 4-- ,.--,- 1 mm-nimitc- ! v T UU Cl-A-H- .- : JllH-TVAX- tJ - T - ii -- ff. ;p-l4oin- Thclatch-stnnopvithtiieirnam- o DU AM "MTl I . -- . PJ-EASAI- VT a--- JL. !X Ci- - A-XTJDB- J rL -C- 3i ji- 1 jaalO-'S- O I . li-- tf . r- i V 1 5 4f " "'-ami ft ii '$. f ) ci . j& A t J tr - $ i . It- S f t J f.-- i ii an 4 A gE-gg-57- K 3l it; us--- i'r rsrv V r 1 LTM 3Qfe for tHe Si" Si n 0 'r X" ' - :' With manv thanks to mv numerous patrons for mstuavor?, T now make my best how, and would respect full v inform the public that I have now rcac ly for inspection and sale, one of the largest and most complete stocks ofp'APLEnnd EAKCYDRY GOODS ever brought lo (his see and RELIABLE, embracing all the new NO VELTI ES in all lines. Mv house is full to o verilowing with GRAND BARGAINS 1 don't advertise S 1 pronos to be Headquarters fa LOW PRICES and DURABLE GOODS. timiif coimtrv. The GOODS A RE A IH , FJ tlljpriblic. I think they have too much intelligence to be taken in by such transpartnt baits. I flaitter myself that J am iloinir the lari'ost business in Hickman, and l lope bv dealing honorablv with mv customers, to merit their few worthless, trashy arti eles at Loic Prices to gull a a nST-GEiS- patronage. Respectfully, -- HKCIV1TWU13III IJ1JI uciejQrkJsri ira9irMDiinuHMHBSKnKaKMniBBmi ; i shiuating questioiit$'OUt his or There is no marked- tlitterenee ..v other m.,B tvaecor(U Turn between the two candidates on or rPpiiet timt Jie j,i never join-anpolitical issues, the ditrerenees tl)e Confederals ""', "that as developed in discussion being W1CII ;,siCP,i jf hewtnlil serve, its . cliieny personal. .Colonel of tLsbUjf Kent nuk v if On the tariff they nre agreed; aatiii, UmtfcljQtJfWrJaWiiiHciitiMl, claims that he made that the regiment law proper to butTurner speeches when a member on the elect the gallant and educated tariff, which were copied m iS- - Wieklifle, ami tffat afterwards ue tioual Democratic campaign book, (Turner) had been arrested by the and faults Stone for not having Federals, imprisoned, and his He dis made speeches on the question in property confiscated. Congress. Stone replies that the olaimed assailing Stones soldier- question was not neiore oongrc.o, record, but merely asked the and that there wa-- no necessity or question why li (Stone) omitted opporinmty tor uoiug so. He re ms Conteueratejrcconi nom tne , torts further that the tariff speech Co ngre sional hirogranhv. seeing that Turner made and boasts of, that other uonieueraie soidicis y ,j ...I.35.1.1 that war- - further appropriations were re" ardor THE BXGSH&B CQOT.I3B, Jiistory played lieanitaf him after- - ported absolutely necessary, and onlv iiphiiid Federal that turner trot scared at his own r waids bayonets at Carrot1"! it stand work, and voted against any STONE TURNER. in hand, whlfeiich a rec- - ther appropriations. lie claimed onl, to be " pttoiic that tne congressional records Items from Campaiglf Talk. speech mean askinli" ci?ieM,PtlJi " show that he (Stone with all the and 11 11 fslciilL-iiic- fur-Turn- er t.-- " , s i r Couiily Court of I'iatuss. Prompt attention given lo was stolen word for word, (a por- had not been ashamed S23EZ3gs VTyr" tion of it,) from a speech delivered theirs. record will admit that these are E- E? I X G The Fulton County Court of 11 E A I i SfW'l Vi("Sl TTWJ WSWI, "WJ,JJS XWl It is a question of much con- facts) contrast with Turner's loud- Claims met at the coirt-housIn Congress by Mr. Marshall, of 'of qnv kind. He has iecnreil the service.s ami that when occasion cern, how the Republican vote of mouthed pretensions as to the Monday, Oct. 11th, 1SS7. Present Illinois, 3Z7?rzFar77xzv.TAy of t3at well known an I excellent work&r! "" '"-arises he intends to discuss the the district will go, there being no milli ms he had saved the people, Judge Jo.shua Naylor, aid the folman. Uncle Bob FarrNs which of itn-l- f is question, and not to steal anybody Republican candidate for Con- and the great speeches ho had lowing Magistrates: I . C. Dona guarantee of good and faithful work. can be sold in any market. Our Stock ol Ladies and Misses Cloaks, apr2 1 else's speech and try to palm it gress. It was contended with made. &c. His po&ition on the atio, J. 1 Menees, T. D Atteber-rv- , Jacketand Short "Wraps, is of the best class of GOODS, made in the fjTCJ ISJS off as his own. Turner replies much plausibility that if the committees showed how the Dem.1. W. Majes, T. P.. Ferrell, J. latest Persian style. Also some handsome new Markets. As we sold ihiit. he did nse portions of Mar- - Democrats had a nominee, the Ke ocratic Speaker and members re- S. lioaz, Jerry Jones and J. F. W I LB URN'S out clefn, last winter, the Stock now is all new, and prices remarkably shan's speech, but that ho used publicans would vote nearly solid garded him, &e. Dushart. low. 'Remember we will sell as low as any house. miotutiou marks to stiow mat it ly against mat- nominee, nut m These embrace the chief cur15AYOU UK rillKX liMDGE. this race, Stone and Turner run rent points as presented in the was not original. The committee appointed to SOISTS. The Blair cdnrational bill has simply as Democrats, and there- campaign. have built the Bayou dc Chien Litclcdc Block,) liotlieen in the discussion, accord- fore the Republican vote, which Tim Paducah News should un bildire nresented their enort, and is about 7000, is an unknown 111 CK it AX, KY ing to anv published reports. from quantity, and an important quan- derstand that the Hickman Cou- - 'nt, their own request :h discharg At Mavlield Turner read I have the be.st Baker, and make lwtter, , limited .he cost 01 The the Congressional Dneetory the tity, because as' judged by past kieu holds it in the highest es- ed. bridgecourt 1M)U. or any further (larger loaves,) whiter and sweeter llrcad. to than any Bakery in the city. Fresh biographies of certain members of elections, the Republicans can teem, and from many years of ac- the llrcad on hand all the time. Also Ice-- ! Ksn a who were in the Con- elect the one they prefer. Some quaintance knows it to be a sound cost to be raised by piivato subE&& Z?v R Congress cream. Lemonade, and a ehniee lol of . ??sf army, in which'their ser- argue that they prefer Turner, be-- , Democratic paper, thoroughly scription. The commissioners ren& LJ federate ('renin Bread at Willmrn's port that according rn specificaJl Li hi? in B&.B.fessVBa, vice as rebel soldiers were stated, cause Stone's record of favoring grounded in all the cardinal prm-part- tions agreed upon, fur v. hatthv (iive me .1 call. WILL, WILUUKN. biograpy iu ciples of the true Democracy, and organization and Turner's and also read Stone's aui:j- rec- - therefore would not intentionally considered a safe and perinayiit which he tailed to state that he continuous bids as X03 was a Confederate soldier, and ord, is held agaiiist Stone as much ' wound its sensibilities or impugn bridge, they received nOBElJT DOUCW. CII.V. OoUUtAS. fol'ow : asked why, when he went to Wash as .if ho was the regular nominee. its patty reputation. The pending .1. K. Bryan. & Co.. ?I,'.)j;.00. r ington, lie omitteu lo luruiau una 11 mis oe true, rv Jiurner stands a race for Congress is between Dein- DOUGLAS BROS., ((vvvffwv S. Balmer, l,5U0.itt. his career; was , magnificent e.haace to win, for add ocrats, and Democratic editors important part of F. II. Hall, 1,200 Ul. he ashamed of it when he got to to Ids 7,410 votis at the last elec- - ; have a right to choose between New Grocery and cerv DEALER I XJ. A. Bush. 1,'SiiUn). Washington. &cf To this Stone , tidu anvthinir like the 7.1G1 lie-- ' them without affecting their party W.T. iroffmaii. ai.SH0.00. replies that he is proud of, and publicans, and of course it beats standing. To uso the News' own (.1 the Aloutgnmrry Stand.) W. F. Boone. &l.;;i0l. no;, ashamed of, his Confederate, the 10,G03 that elected Stono the happy figure, after the 2nd of The committee vepoit that as Some Stone men vcmber "let us be Democratic Will keep ft penernl assortment of Famthat the reason he omit- - last time. the lowest one of these olds ily (.Sroeerie. Confectioneries, &c anil part of hishis- - charged that this was the deliber-- ; brothers," indeed : ted to furnish this keep empWeil a first cl.i.'s linker. Goods! 1 tory at Washington, was. simply ateplan and object of the leaders Then Riiiy and oar will swing in one $300.00 in excess of the o.tleis sm M8 I oil. MiiM Lin frsU .mil ue, ami will not he under- - j the court, and that the u:iimititf win liiai .printeu oFthn Kfimhliui tmrtv. nniimnrr tliiit. thi'V lr.itideu ...... . j june23 , sold. " Oscar weeping on Billyh necV, b'lt Billy failed to raise I the neceasai. questions as to ms uisiory? auu tnem not to run a candidate as -(Clintou Street, Cornian &. Co's Old Stand ) liuhlint; the string amount by private Mibnc'riptiou, " that the printed list no where ask-- ; ' heretofore, amLjlit without the . I iiitii inercrore uie enrmmntf j. c. tai:tlow. f 'ife.-- . as to his service expeetaiionflQjjfe'i:com tlus-K- t o ed the question tt KS 5 KS K 3B KS T. ged to be di8eharKwnltI.-! Turner would 2 as a soldier, and therefore he did mblicau cont-rnirSJP express tin (tpinimi flmt further H ' not mairc any atntcmcut about it. not iiave bcciuji candidato this S'illlllj EI'Jis:MS t"'liy si Itm'(ii! any less substanti .! bridge than Anil pet your lU.uksmitliing amlgencral M P w F4 g H g g from Lsfoou's and time. Others say, that while the Turner read Coil ;i(Nsinan Miniilt: he Kepairiny done at the one as advertised would ift Blackburn's histories showing that t Itepablican leaders have planned be permanent and secure, J!"d gOOOB Bgg e Com ill u Jlr.l T. & COS.,! they found room tor mo siaiemcuu- me race, ueciinmg to enter a therefore could not irceivc their v yjcT4Tyr.y "!" v S-Breckin- ,didate, that they can not deliver, read from Col. ( Corner of Obion an I Exrhange Street! ) Editoiis Standard: The old is signed ridge's, showing that he had omit- - the goods anything like solidly; Virginia and Kentucky policy of approval. The report Pltnamer L. Drewiv, W. B. b HI0XiAW. 7V ted any reference to his career as that Stone will get some Kepubii-- a electing a Congressman a second andS.F. II. Hall.' ii The most Avonderftil Pain-Cur- er addi-'ca- u votes, that some Turner- - time as an endorsement ot his soldier, lie Raid that in Good Work at Rock hottom Prices. Ourj I have secured, nernianentlr. in Uie St.le. uud w !1 one JIAISIi'S SLOVUH ntMHGK. tho Avorhl lias ever motto tion to tlie mean insinuation in democrats seeing tne Kepubiican .w first term of services has existed and tinning a specia'ty Esquire J. tl. Jone was contin known. Your money will HzTKll.Z. WORK a .poeialty -- a innfceonlii will not he undeihold, even in larger cities. Turner's public talk about this game will go for Stone, and that in both these States from the ear- ued a committee on Man blougii Mutlo I bo returned if not .found, JOHN F. GKAY & CO. omisbion in his biography, that laige numbers of Ee.publicans will liest davs of their organization ma2C tf its represented. oroinntcd from the same source not vote in the election. Turner and has possessed almost the po bridge. - VVK rtl.l.IIU T t II lU. ' it wasxllying tmcic inrougu me jjeuioorais deny mat any nargam tency of a statute. It still exists Em Ej District in the 1mblished corres- - or arrangement has been formed t0 a very large extent, and the TI ee "f. Chiidron Cry for Pitchers' HICKMAN MARBLE W0RES - with the 3iep.iblica.us, V! Castoria. that the term embodies a good sense and ' I. pondeuce in the Turner newspa- ' '.'i 1 ";, 11 ".," pers, intiiiiatingthat he (Stone) Republicans who vote for Turner wisdom far bevottd what Is at this ) , y asa ' ' HICKMAN, KY. will do so, because they believe ti:,v attached to its meaning. ?. thil was never a regular soldier-t- hat W v ' he was a guerrilla, asking tho' him to be the ablest man, kuow- - j Ti,e original meaning of the ' A IH'.1" ' . .. mioatimie nrlmt. nnmnnnv and re?i--- l inir liiiii tn bp. a, r- ..- -.. ..., - "- -" irood Jind- strnnir...,i imntn ..ii-- .,i PnnrTrncciivm c,11 c e Hum "no iu i JRoial Si. M...,.... belonged to, who were ...e vhh.i!oiu.ih r,.,.ll .,,.,! it. f' Umv . !i AK. KJ. tlltV.il llll II V. wv..Democrat, borne retort by cliarg - .ii. onnortunitv. bv a second elec were incut lie (Comer of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) to his officers, and that no one ever ing that Lush Anderson, the great ' tion, to perfect tho work which locateappointed con.missioners t DEALHR IN and purchase, a small trai of the Republican's ho had heard of him (Stone) as la soldier out" in his first term of land, near Hickman, suitable VlJIPWflPi Italian and American JIarule except one day's service when he i3 for Stone; and Stone men reply ;luti to complete that legislation for a poor house and farm limi was wouuded at Cynthiana, Ky., by pointing to Jim Happy, (the j wnich he had nearly accomplished MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE price ted . . ' i P..., Cv.. ndlinp. 7. ..A.tlt-ts- i i" flinijn ..Diw- - must .wt4Tin oil Wnl'l'lliff IiiiytiIi.1 (Hirilli,' fHIS IirSLlCIlll. MM... uuill- - ..,. to the i... of .oU0.(H), and to ixi-JLHU in ic'ij ho stnt.pil thiit. ..r. iv.mu ill ...n.... M'"" port to tlie STONES. Lo.lll. ,... L t 10 distrii-.- ., is IJIIJU OIIIOU Ule lllVy m.nln IVIHIiiJ . himi.b ... liia ......., ......... nf ...v. limiftr. ..w .....- - ....... ........ loo.lnr with new STOCK, out and out. line, stvlisli RIGS for hire. .....u. IT IS THE SIMPLEST I 'VVIV ,.,.n,i:i,. HKIDGi: COMMISSIONER. Patronage solicited. received a fine lol of An.t JUSTPKNED, he entered the Confederate army openly spreading himself for grasped the idea that a Congress- ! IT IS THE STRONGEST HAVING J. W. Ma.es was appointed Italian Mm lie, aiu jr in Sept. 1SG1, iu Capt. Ben. Ter- - Turner. And so it goes. however able H or brilliant, Bridge Commissioner for the THE MOST DURABLE pured to fill all orders. Call and eia , , , . ... J., .. ,..,li..- ir.- i M jx. o. r.ir.l.llt- I..il vuu-.inuu vju.....,,,, .m. 1 O .urn ji.-- j , o ,..,r. ....... .1 COUKI IlOt Carry lO IU1I CUIII MCllOU .,iintv v;uiiiimii, ioi avj. ro ",ol,l"b" AND THE BEST. ur work that BIIardin Helm was tho first, Confederate soldier, who was an thc things which he under-- 1 Orders from the country prompt.. is the only SEW INC MACHINE in the It rn ay '2b ui iu3h;iiii.. TOOK IOr HIS COU6111 UOIIIS illlilll" vmmici.utruit jsiiiictawu, ,lu ex- - u i iiinillb iui un. j- Ordered that the county bridg worhl that tunw either forward or publishes a campaign card, in the one term of service. They real- es have suitable rails put on them his company were captured backward nnd Kt ill continues to cept Stone and two others, who 'interest of Turner, denouncing ized the difficulties which beset a sew in the same direction. Ordered that a brick floor bo K t. TT3 .. made their escape, reporting to Stone for going back on his broth-- ; new nemuer. fPI. j m-t...it iiS huHin the countv jail, soldiers, and points himself would iu some sense have Forrest's battalion, where he serv-- i s coffin ,f' DEALER IX ed until July, 1802, when his old; to himself and Lieut. Lon Collins, to educate himself in the formali-MANUFACTURERS OF T,e 1)r01)0sitimi Stephens & company being exchanged, he was at Fulton ; Mrs. Hall, tho widow ties ot Congressional action, as Mnxwt.n to furilish ,)!U,pcr coffins attached to the 8th Ky. Cavalry, of a Confederate, at Blandville; we as iu those other complex for- - t 2 -- - euc, fm. 12 IIl0Ilths was J. C. WEAHN. Agent, m Hickman, Ky. au. '20 II. B. Lvon, Colonel. Afterward, ' and to the widow of Col. Ed. IliaiUlC' MlllUllitlU IIIJUIOIH; .M Cf npnm.tnl AXD ALSO. J? t 7 IHl-- i to the 5th Ky., I). Howard Smith, Crossland, at Hay field, all of whom j eure rrom ti,e various departments XcH, Seines, Line?, I look?, ami alTkind " Colonel, i)uke78..vision, Morgan's were applicants, as instances ot what is asked for by those having; w. IIoiiertso:, II F. Hawkins gf Msbing Tackle and Supplier, at a liar j eaiw. Orocericii and Family Supplies gen his bad faith to his old comrades. claims against the irovernment, or i Tuk s eamboat, La Mascotte W. command, &c, eco. Hickman, Ky. Mayfield, Ky. rally. nnRitimiR. e..Abiuir . There were numbers of soldiers Stone's reply is that ho believes i.t. .u avin...B nntimii ,...,..... .... rnniiiiiff between St. Louis ami v f ...i.i...i i d in equal privileges to all and in the counties of this district," Tliitliarofnrii with marked wis-- 1 "i'" wi Robertson & Hawkins, c. ii. noutiiiAS. throughout the State, who elusive privileges to no class; that domVconcluded that it was for thc ' lQV toilers near Cicely's landing, w.it. riiWiMKi:. ncs,r nc B,a,ttcr jilace, and about were side by side with him in tho he holds old Confederates as near best good of the. district aud the PLUMMER & DOUGLAS army, and could and would now . to his heart as any man Hying, but people, as well as justice to their twenty ot her passengers woro applicants member, to return him to Con- either killed or drowned The npeak out as to the facts. He'in the matter ofjtbe - - KY. HICKMAN, ABE NOW BEADY VOR ALL begged the people present at May- - for office cited by Murphy, tho gress, and thus enable him, with causo of the explosion is a mysWill practice in all the Courts of the Held, to bear witness as honest i weight of the recommendations, tho beneht of the experience do tery, as the boat was said to have First Judicial District. SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS men. whether for or against him. ' endorsements, &e., were against rived his first term, to complete ; l,con running under lier usual of Country l'roduce that may bo oflered that in this, the first discussion in j them and in favor of others for! the work which ho had begun,and ,,ca(1 of steam. 1j(J pounds. The for shipment or dtorage. Special attention was Col. 'the offices sought, and that lie i return to his home with all the boat was built by livjiJiayillo, Inch, A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN given to the camplaign, that it ' Jj,0(K), and Turner that, was bringing in this gave his endorsement and help to credit due him for whatever he j parties at a cost of only a few On (he IaOsh of had been running bloody-shir- t busi-- i those rebel-soldiebest recommended, So. had accomplished. WHEAT, APPLES, &e. ness; that be Stone deprecated Where there was a number of The reason for the change of months. nil eat SackN Uepl on Iiaml such issue, but that being as- - plicants for the same office, only their Congressman after two terms Tor rem. I3ST hies first pub-lon- e could get it," and therefore was also founded in good sense. sailed by Turner in Tun indications are that the ESTOfflce at New Depot W. B. I"s by correspondents tsome would be disappointed and Their experience had taught them imtt ICuroncan war will be of such v I.rcttiro on tlio iituro Trpnlmcnl lie speech, aud Warehouse. euro of that he holds a position in Con- - a bloody nature as to eclipse all I ""JLJ&'KInduced by Seminal Weaknr. or iu Turner papers, ne nau a rignt i msgrunucu. july2 Self Abuse, Involnii- ry Kmiion imiHitency, Nerom Iiflillity and to come back at him. And this Turner charges that the only t gross too long is likely to become former. contests. Dynamite, nitro-- Tnirctliment to mrnas generally; ConuniDtIon. reminded him that Cnhnel Turner thing that Stone did in Congress lazy and possiuiy luuuiereiu; or glycerine, ami other Vnilenv nnd Hf: JlentnlaiW riijslc.il.... Iiicansxitv. . VL i. t"T.Tl'.l r.nn . .ii. v. liUl.Lli had a war record; and that when was to press a 90,000 spurious that he may havo alreadv, in his explosives, which were barred out JiC.. tly ..n.....nl J.ncd.l author, in this admlribfo ' SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Tbe TuruetP'Was a member of Con- claim for some Louisville man, and two terms, accomplished all that under the Geneva convention, Lecture, clearly prores from hit own experience may bo thai the n fu! confluence dangcrout gress lie (Turner) had omitted to also a New Orleans claim, and he is capable of doing; and re& be used by tacit consent and eflcetuillv rsmoTed Mithout of s surgical oj. AND ring or LATENT state anything about this war that he failed to make any mark membering thc homelp but wise the result will be virtual annihi- crationH,bouRic,mod lntrumcnts, once certaincordials' KENTUCKY STREET, and f olcur at pointing out a record in his biography. Did the on any national question. Stone old adage that "a now broom lation to the contending parties. fertual. b' ulch ecry ufrerr, no matter what hi constantly on hand for hir Colonel mean by this omission replies that he was assigned to sweeps clean," they argued that a It seems to be conceded that such condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri KUEPS aalo Iffi&WM Abdominal Suppori- tand radically. vatoly on the Committee on Claims, now member would bestir himself explosives HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. will render warfare that he was ashamed of his solCSf Thit IettTe uulprote a lioon to Inout tufa MEDICINES Having purchased the stable, horses dier record? He was advised that that on said Committee it becanio with great energy to win the ap- impossible. Sent under Keal, tn ft plain entslope, to any B. Plumraer and entire outfit of V on receipt of four cents or at the beginning of the his duty to investigate those probation of his constituents and Turner dress, we propose lo continue thc business, and Addnii", war was very blood thirst3' and claims, that he found them just thus to sccuro a Tni: fact that forty thousand Tin: mi.YKuwKM. mkoicai. CO., solicit patronage N. V. ; IVt Oir.ce Rox, 60. beligerent, that ho made grand and proper, and had the courage, That the First district will con- new pensioners have been added 41 Ann St., J'mv Vork, junelly e policy by giving to tho list this year none of them aud war stirring speechife, urgiug as he was in honor bound to do, tinue its EL A. & E- - T. T1T LER men of tho country to report them favorable. He charg- an endorsement to Capt. Stone confederates is certainly a stunthe young TDILETLRTiCLES arms, that he went in and about ed that Tumor, during the there is every reason to believo. ner for tho gentlemen who have ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 5grff WIHcw1IW3Eoc-'c-m?ilfc- ' among the people weighted down he misrepresented this Ho has accomplished much dur- been stoutly maintaining that thc 25cts Lower than the Lowest that & It by "sabers, swords and guns, of his first Republican party is thc true and District never secured the pass- ing even the one-hal- f Lave no clerk ospensss no store ren HICKMAN. - - - KENTUCKY 3 to lead.-sthHys "to age of but one. bill, the Paducah term. Few members have ever only friend of tho Union soldier. Iand pay cash for all my Groceries, and ILL attend to all business entrusted death or to victoryat the boys herefore cun sell as choap as the cheap that no man brought to a happy conclusion so to their care. A piece ofland was sold in the st. Beat brands of Wittenberg and Lon gallant Wieklifle over on earth coaiapell how Turner much in so short a time for tho elected the Office Furniture Factory. 'Pt'Ons filled at any hour of thc day or nightr EiBg night bell after If cheaper tlinn tne Ion nov8-'7- 8 crcIocKr JJii. him for Colonel, and that from voted on his ;wn bill ; but that benefit of their people. He has, city of London tho other day at 1 r Flour, 25 cents JOHN WITTING. before this houii was completed, besides, a vast amount of work the rate of $10,000,000 per acre, that (Jfcty the Colonel's war-lik- e i ?, showed thatTurner had only been given the 7th place on a commit- tee; this ho claimed showed the great importance that attached to Turner's influence in Congress! How did the fact, (and any friend to give of Turner who will examine the trict. It is because of the many good disadvrantaues of a first term mem- - things that Captain Stone lias ber, passed more bills and secured done tor his district, and for the1 more for his District than Turner ability which he has shown he during his whole six years, lie possesses to do many others in challenged any of Turner's strong- the futuic, that the people should est friends to show anything that give him another term in. Jt is but a simple sv&t' he (Turner) hud ever done, except He justice- to Capt. Stone immolf, the Paducah Custom-house- . charged that few members of Con- whilst at the same time i is foi gress had ever served six ears the highest interest of the as had Turner, without being hou And that is at lastthemain hix proved uicttl to thorcd with the chairmanship of a tiling. committee, and vet the record Ci."'ni f, ailll BIIOUKI 1)0 jem uaciv Can-grepdis-tiic- t. - cut out which only requiies time to perfect. Another term would euame unit to nring tins work to fruition, and :i!m to secure many other valuable benefits for his dis- tyOWTO SAVE JJONEY.' trm sjja j i We are Wholesale Heailquarters jratic of CHEWIHB, lor al SKORitia TOBACCO and CKARS ami will job to dtfilcrd only at Factory MEW ALL M Desal Ssoea and Suusrio? Scotch Snus. best in the market. V'e also keep constantly on hand a choice selection of Family Groceries, Confcctionene and Fruits, which we will sell very low for (he cash. Please call and see 113. lie ESra aOtjik T olsM dmJ 11 ; Saddlery aijd Harness WW ' I to finish up t.he work when he has cut out, and to do all el3 that lie can for the interests of the peo- pie. JACON. Jackson St A We invite the attention of the public to a careful inspection of our opposite Courier Office of Vail and "Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Jioots, Shoe., &c. "We - AT. JIICKUAX, fell confident in stating that it is by far the prettiot and best selection WCLL selected stock of Saddles and we ever.had, with prices as low as the same class of new-Stock PER , & FARRIS, ill N,l S ilsliid -- BPS (O)- 5L Harness. Xew work made to order. Ig-aSV- B Mil&VU - i .... - I mm w bbiisev J. AMBERG'S ! j ' -- y o v . r n te -- j 1 O. B. KINGMAN, - -- M No-recor- d; 1 i.--l -- 1 Pill M6;? & c! R-gf- Jnarciware, i inware. mm hmih .1 1 1 - I 1 11 ; v- I , : v t ; 3iwa T S O ESc-e!uclv- il. can-Ston- 111 III twill "Zgg0 J. azi&rg' f ?ytMa 2ntWw SkG 1 T I '" ' '"". I 4 i X I I ! n I S,l ,L ::,,":.'Z ..', X "",,,;. ''( - : ; i - t3ZSaK John liw oct30-lSS- AW belle-weath- er ! , WSW B.WKMAN, KENTUCKY, v-- t;. inv , li.-o- n l, ,..,. - 1 ,., 1 i-- u ,.,,. Ul'Z'V 1 . W. G. KINGMAN. - . . . GAS HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. Ill 1 1 ' -- Family Groceries; ( 3&L?k. -- I.I , ex-au- ti.. f- - i:...i.. "-'-- ", -- M vv I -- T.1 1 t 1 Hickman, Kentucky. DEALER ! t r, ap-an- y J, W. COWGILL, 4 I gun-cotto- n I 1 -- vrorld-reno- Self-Atu.- o m-i- Faius Pahkek, MISS8I Trusses v SrmC dy and-fiou- f. H ll ad-- e pod-po- n. old-tim- six-yea-rs groceries. pro-proposi- . e CnBtom-house,,.an- d w '? m i'.t ii K 'He' " t 1 ""iA a ' 'S&Am iL 5" -- J, Ssa T i j. r - f ir . - - - "i4 yr" ?--- - -- c I Uli. tt.-i n. a lO Dd'tV to Uf. 3 ' n 2rf.s:tl4:s! to tli lI2tM$ mid iioi u ii (hi!' fits instructions. .Mr. iiibsmi sulci ilmt, if thtt news- exercise sui, pditienl intinenre, ht did it upon his own responsibility, ! ' , INSURANCE. ft? paper reports were true, it was as Oct. S. The light important to investigate tin Man- VJasiiinutcx, jS44Kj Hff A TiTK K ' j; 1iiiijf the Louisiana politicians is ning and aftrnr s it wnxk ta t &Z&1 sW sL w&r f Silas sa ca ec & sL mv sss ? s fiM'ei1 and unrelenting as ever. lit donas nnd Hack atlair in New (lib- - Oleans. sHie, factions led by Senators the mtemew lasted sonand Kustis are continually at some tune, Senator (jilisoii beeoin-vni- j When h left the each seeking the supremacy ing excited. Gibson got White Iloase his parting words polities. icState inoj'tof the patronage, which gave, were that he hoped t lie President-InAOKXI'S i Oh' Tit I. bOl.l.oW I SC rumASlEis. the whip liandle for a while, would be as industrious in bring-" A2TD Inutile overthrow of J. Floyd ing about an investigation of all. Kiig was a setback for his follow-- j those who were charged with hav- ,nnn ; L N" XHIRE Mancli-l- er, England; II R'fFOH l!!EXIX,f lug The Muftis party, although ing violated the order as he is in llanrml, Tnn ; Hanfoul LXSL'ltAM'IS I'O.MP N Y OF NOttl II A M KWCA. &c, &c., triunphant in that primary, claim concentrating the powers of in- ' AXP TfE upon the alleged fhoscalps of the Gibson State of-- vestigntion e.f transgressors m Louisiana. fieials w!io participated in the MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW aRK N. J. fort to save King. Should the designated State officials he Uncle Boh" Funis lins movOffice, at Moored. kimlnim'" Pni'jr Stot fed for a violation of the Pres- ed into the Montgomery residence. ident's order there would no doubt he an alienation of the Gibson It took ."50,000 soldiers in prowiijg. ami the administration and tect the czar of Russia on his the Eustis men might take advantage of the breach and walk into journey to Poland. favor at the White House. A .Vmr York paper has this to sa John'liingwood is erecting a of the trouble Senator i rumiuodiniks ieediouse near Plain's , 'iunr-- J nrinl J 1 '"fifr ' j LANDRTJM & DAVIS n TIMS TRIED FIRE TESTED. J I 1 j re-m- o to-da- at the White House for the last tliree davs. He has been d'Scuss-- ' ingw'fth the President the alleged iolations of the civil servict? order b. Federal otlice holders in Louisiana. Senator Gibson tin- - action of Collector subordinates, and that of Jonas' ; he assistant postmaster and others who participated in the Vis Congressional conventions. terday the President declared that if he found there had been any violation of his order immediate removals would follow, no matter what may have been the provocation. Senator Gibson said to Mr. Cleveland that he thought the President's action inconsistent, for while he insisted upon "perse- tinting" Louisiana participation of he encouraged s in politics in the State of New York. Senator Gibson laid particular stress on the conference held yesterday by Sec- retary Manning, Collector Magone .tad Private Secretary Lamont, and intimated to the President that he believed that Private Secretary Lamont had been dispatched to Xow York for no other purpose than to assist in bringing about, if possible, a reconciliation between the different political factions. Senator Gibson was of the impression that Secretary Manning and Private Secretary La- inont should be governed by the as President's order !, much as any ; .i. ... omer poiauw ut uuc uu.oi i.iv,..u The President replied that he was not aware Col. La-- j mout had gone to New York for purposes other than of a private nature. If Col. Lamont sought to j d .! VIllMIMI iliia I 1... .r UULU 'I IIV.I IMIU MOIIUI , Jt ... UIM'K nIOII . uGfl? -- todHa a of tin Inch are o He red at ju-titi- e-. V bkks la-t f sz&u aSjW zmeS rp , i To-da- y , . ottico-holder- s. j office-holder- ' ' ' The wall or Ihe Ocean. Even tin' primin'w mu must have been highly charjred AWth .diuo matters of all kiiulh. lnn the oitt ii :u still lifald, tin ulnil f thf wutM now on it.s Mirhu'' mut iiu present a gas in its' atinupln'r at tin-.-t no doabl dissjussiMMim-d- . bat utti'vward an aque-ou- s Umi api. Sime, if tli sia-b- t( andcontmeni-- s Aen sinthtI don auniform the .sea Aoald btill suffice to eover the entire enrfh to a depth of ovei I.OUU fathoms, amietjus vapour equal to alityerof wnterof that thickness must i,t"d in the :1m sjiht're and have produced a pressure of more than a ton ou the square inch at the earth's surface T this pressure in list have been added that produced by all fh other vapors uith which the primithe atnmspheiv miht har Immui tilleL xVs Tlie.eartL cooled the w ater condensed on the cool- est spots from time to time, boiled, ami rose as vanor jiffain. Mr. .Mallet con- jectnres that the iirst water formed on the earth's surface may have been even f as hot as molten east iron. At hist per- man cut scjls were established. The waters of these heated to an intensely high temperature muter great pressure, must have dissolved salts in abundance from the freshly consolidated earth's crust, and being constantly in a state of ebulitnm a.s the pressure diminished at the .surface ivith the growth of the seas, or the temjjeraturc of the earth's surface varied in different places, must have taken up vast quantities of rock matter in suspension, and become thickly charged Avith volcanic mud. Intensely hot rain must have fallen on the land and hae washed down more salts and mud into the sea. The whole ocean must have consisted of a vast mass of seething ieaL It must have required a Ih-ont er make- - oi all kind.-of-" E, and that the verv lowe.-- t the mark. All gootlt guaranteed to be exactly as represented. i'Ul llarduwi ROOFING A SPECIALTY lel, -- THE OLD RE CIIAS. A. H DKAI.I.It A l I A B LE , lia' 3 j r iki'h. &T ' K ES wnwi mm J M&. iVS - m w-m- m. KJC K Cli I JSMC J J3K" PT I 0 CA H h F u l co M P o r y i) e ui -- vse , - We are offering ail grades of Plain, Medium and Fine FURNITURE, at greatly ie duced prices. We c.iriv full line at alt times, of Chair. Rocket, plain and marble Wardrobes, Chamber Sets, Mattrees, Springs, c top Table?, Bureaus. Wash-stand- s, and we guarantee our prices to be the lowest. Inlelliizent investigation pays, thcrcfoie we in vile your investigation of our goods. We are headquarters on nTTrtTf lts deposit, which was present deep sea red mud, to settle, and possibly the deeper water long remained uninhabita- bl. bemg overchaigid with various SJlses and faidts ftud upended mud. cleill.t alKl fm. per-servic- l'"""'-'-i-"w- : wni-in- 1 fnv tlio nnnnn irk Minnmn rw ,. UNDERTAKERS' GOODS carrying the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Burial Cases of any finn jn West Tennessee or Kentucky. We discount all competition in this .line. Repairing and Job Work a specialty. fc MAXWKLL. Ju'y2 figyStore Rooms under City Hall. e. haps somewhat like the STEPHENS J -. ?- - . ,W!v,i"' HHtk.s SUPPLEMENT. 16LAGKBU8N Kfi? Ik 1 J ('Hllli'tJl. I VS. SHERMAN. , upon the neetiui miffeiiuga of tin South timing llu recoust ruction rooti. aim tuier tt It (!' fit Wolf t' l'rij ih issue and the i QAM'STOUT & ii W'wiy I. uuetL epreaig the belief that I lit two great jjnrttes would AH oiiSviLLK. Oct. G. Senator judged upon tii'ir treatment be! MOSCOW, KY and UNION CITY, TEN? 9t of Jd, O. 8. Blackburn addressed au the great issues of the present j ' us.i M .ft'Iv i it h.tttd .i full uppU of stigftlieoc e numbering bet ween 3,1)00 jf Mftn.ifatluri ami future nttd not upon the dead ' :tftfl 3.300 at Liedetkrauz Hall r me pas? COFFINS, METALLIC, ROSEWOOD AMD WALNUT BURIAL CAS& He aine hi response to a ones enll jrom the Democrat r of Lou-- ; v tmve a stock of U- - Orders by Ubgrapb or telephone will receive prompt attention fettHe, requesting liun to answer (llwt Misses' t fend A full line o! Ludie Children's Roneaoti hand. Picture Frame ti&de and Gen to' tffe speech ot Senator Sherman, rioaks, tllHII 0TO ln iolig atM, Ordr. Old Iiirniiufv. insIs nur W Burial ..int.. titnmifMtim Pamum k PilaOinitnoni recently fleliereabre.Ueopeu-Hlor- l p. aml stvlefl Ree the nd Chill .Medtcuue- .- No cure no pay We expect to hodU Furoiioce, Baggps, &.. W to speech by complimenting j 4uaijty ,;rjc0 ttDll fit, before tnak- - ogu, ann win take orders for them now June IS tlre great natural power of the illg your purchases. distinguished Republican Sena- jt Aotsrcj's Sons. tor, and said he would not forget etl-4- t the respect due Imn. Fie review-- ! mi Senator Sherman's poMtion, The candidates for Congress utkeii in his recent speech at 8eak in Hickman, at Oily Hull, Portsmouth, Ohio, as well as at next .Monday, com men em g at a ! S Louisville, mid exhibited the wide o'clock. A difference between the two. lit Jam W WvriA A flesh supply of Family (iro- toe former he said he had waed Lite bloody shirt and dealt with cerics always kepi in stock ; also, either issues, in his Louisville 'a new and fancy lot of Glassware. tiitlrcss the seeiiouut iestto was Queens ware. Librarv and Hall I i &K t i f I I IJ : i che'ap. j k aala I ?a 7 raiei&ed Mr. Siierm.m for hi?, at k&mke J. AMIfhitu's So2t. oct iiptuions for ho ttiflerent snles of Rcpivsetii ajine of the very liest Companies in the United the Ohio river, and p.nsded on to ite. Uomc to hear your candidates currency question. The Ohio the ;' OF PICK .1 T CO tilt - UOtSSIQ , Senator's position toward the Na- for Congress next iiondav, the tional bank system was attacked. ISth. at City Hall. He (.Mr. Blackburn) was oppo&cd New to the system. How could jou Rugs and Qnrpets and Oil Cloth ifats, nro o fie rod cheap, without perpetim-tinperpetuate it B. II. FRKBMAN, J AS. CAMPBELL, .J. at Soxs. the X.tiioiia debt? He lavoi-m- I Fulton. JC3. octl-- U Judge, Padueah, Ky. the free aud equal coinage of silver, and the extinguishment of 7" ? 7i jt Tui: Louisiana orange crop is U KiJAiVjL JL1 the National debt. A Republican Congress had demonetized sifver. said to bo a complete failure this .Ir. Sherman himself had skulked ye.tr, in consequence of the severe A J i j behind his position in allowing his freeze last winter. Instead of fif Tj assistant, when Secretary of the ty million not one million will be Q& y yU v .. b w tLJ or- - marketed this vear. i'reasurv. to revoke his own party, true der. The Deiuoeratio The best stock of Men's and to its promises, had endeavored Will practice in copartnership in Fulton county, All classes of lo revise the tariff but had been Boys' Boots and Shoes to be found, litigation will receive prompt attention. aug20-Gprevented by the Republicans aid-t- with prices very low. by. renegade Democrats. lie J. Ajiberg's Sons. octl-l- t defended the party's record as a low tariff one, and spoke of the l iriff commission of '03, upon The largest sale of raco horses which there was only one Demo- ever held in the world, was that 1 4l t&kra crat and the famous electoral b5 Gii eL of Lord Falmouth's in England. of '70 as similar in the Twenty four head realized $182,-00results they have brought aii average of $7,591. Tho ajout. lie denounced the Re- highest price horses at tho sale The Full Scsiion will conun'nce publican party for its record on were Bushy, $H,000, smd Harvesle public land question, and held ter, $13,000. MONDAY, ATTGUST 30, 1886, i) the immense tracts declared And Contiutip Four Montli spring ?o.siori CointHOneos forfeited from the railroads by the nobby lino of Ready-mad- e A List Oougress. Nine labor bills M0KDAY, aAK0ARY 3, 1887, li.id been passed the last House Clothing, and Gents' Furnishing ready for inspection Ami Coiitiiitio Yie Jlonth". in tho endeavor to solve the great Goods, now and comparison, at The C0Kr-- c of atuily, iticlu-liworfc la KnIU1i limiiclicit. I.ithctiititTn.. T.atin thorungk pnm-iLibor question. Not one of these 'reek, tlte Katr.ilSet0Haj, KIoHtlou. Penmanahin ami CiiltStlienic.-?J. AArnERa's Sons. fiad been concurred in by the ReKspecinI titteiuion U demoted to the nreimrution of stmlent fer celK'ge, and yeiiuff men far business. octi-- lt publicans. Senator Blackburn declared himself opposed to Civil The .New xork lnuepeiutont is Service Reform, and thought the TUITION" victory won had meant that Dem- - not for Blaine, and says his nomi- Primary Pupils per menth. .S 3 n.t would result in another Intermediate, jcrats should hold the oQices: nation . Sot; no (iiu not wear tne Democratic victory. We believe Aihanetfd (r,lt uiouetL &rlJ&unUout,s colors, every fair ill! that U true, and that it is true of PAYABLE MONTHLY IN ADVANCE. 3wus ,ll?t.ho,tbut ttdinitthat h e aity other Republican that can bo "uikiiig a good and hones nonuiuueu. JUJ2y3J2g&2r lK i.vjZ&m&G3BS -- 2. , MMmmmsmmBmsr?:p: & i 4 ideal Cleveland Indorsed. mprii ff tun lifhtrfi dnriLlimi lit UNDERTAKER ! to-;u- ht. vi fai-go- ; ? T i 1 T. M. F&ENGH. 1 &irV Ah p hli i4yy pHSIbin urn iMilliw &m 7- S 5 5 S It , g Ex-Circ- F & CAMPBELL; I I IJ q. j cl vv jjv . d com-missio- n -- 0, lT r lioo!v-Keoti- . -- --