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I I 1 I iJ w n i ALE BII.TJS, BWVELOPE8, L2ITBB-B&AD- 4 ILL-HBAD- S. I " fc it '' ftreet, next door to OKy Hall. OKOROB WARREN, Editor. 'i-- . 2l " The Oldest Newspaper in stern Kentucky. ' INVITATIONS, " ETC., ETO,' MICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, tl.5 EIABLISHEP 1850. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, K KNTUgK V, FRIDAY.dCTOBBR 22 JsseT" OF NO EARTHLY USE. Sp.-irro- VOL. XXU the former whcurJ holds the monoy' Under tho llcpnbj such a rulo wouM it was only madarj .M....ntMr.iV.n,Ar OJL.WJ Individual, he is neighbor. s l W i i. f f Sg" -- THE STRIKE. CLEVELAND'S ADMINISTRATION BivnMoisn will soon hare a crematory. Tho Kngllch and tho Hobollnh, A General Jlevlow of It by rostmastcr-t- o ctnU or tho Divisor at Sabin FartJ!jg Mark Twaix is said to bo worth a mil- By tho Percmntory Order of tho lVkts That .Should be Kxtcrinluutcd. General Vilas fn n Letter I'ass. ills IVis- JKJ Paokor3 and Employes Lock Horn lion. con-ilKnights of Labor, Constituents. "Washington', Oct. 17. '1 lie material is Tet" Oct of tht on tho Eight Hour Pailo. DiniTHEuu is epidemic throaghout On-When President Cleveland took oflargely in hnnd in the newly organized r , wMjucuon by tho storm nt Sabino l'asi tario. of economic ornithology of the n'Aoiinson' Bavou cotnn in slnwlv nnd fice a large number of our Ami Hrrcnrtcr Ten Hours AVIII ue Daj'i division Thomas F. Batard, jr., is a Yalo fresh-asDepartment of Agriculture for a series of Nearly Setentorn Thounninl JIfii Out A JwJ in,lcflui." though all agree' that Work for tlic Chit-aghad been taught to expect little l'ucker.' " tUis fall. I onj; unil ISlttcr Struggle bulletins upon the relation of several com2fas oeen a great low of life and property. Two brothers named Pomoroy less than National calamity to follow Choice frozen turkeys are twenty cents mon species of birds in this country to agria pound in Boston. Distrusting Chicago, 0;t 15. There is no prospect jon5picl;ed up i,ytho schooner Andrew Democratic ascendamy. Chicago, Oct. IS. The strike of tho culture. The evidence collected will havo Badetfin Sabino Lake. They had been iu the pledges of tho party to the people, of an early settlement of the packers' packing-housstrong tendency in somo s to upset workmen wai formjlly a Of the army and navj'offirnw coma to !l!j2Wtcr. tLhty slx hours, clinging to and failing to comprehend its benign ended this afternoon. Tho striker Lelda widely prevalent notions iespecting tho strike. Tho pncking-housficer havo bluo eyes. rJi on the prairie abcut 'o'clock. habits and value of certain birds, in others the relief of Armour by saying that they sister calw,ze'1 ynwl. Their mother oml principles, many who believed the opi aad Mrs. Captain Junker, her son and TnEUE oro twenty-sevepeaks in NcTads at which between 12.000 and 14 fW) men toJead to organized efforts for tho miti- are as much respousiblo for the stand aii.tiegirl of th- party wero lost. Ths erations of govcDiment would prove a exceeding 10,000 feet in height. were present. A proposition :o return to gation or extinction of pests w Inch throateu taken as he, and that they will stand to- ?K2ro"r report 'hat .V) lives wore lot ut disastrous failure, the A okeex roso is one of the newest pro- work en the plan was carried al- destruction to valuable branches of gether to the last. They claim that Ar- "?i r?riw houie. whero tho jiooplo ha I imbecile, thu finances public service be ductions of botanical science. illy managed, agiiculture. In the latter category mour has 1,500 men employed and moro cpllcctf,! as the lo$ place of safety Is most unanimously and tho strike was deDr. C. H. Merriam. tho head of the arriving daily. Armour's ireutto pieces at'J o'clock. Many persons the revenues but half collected or half A risen of snuff largo enough to produce clared at an end. Shortly afterward, re njtjMtig. Htill greater loss is division, places the English sparrow tquandeml, good sneeze will euro hiccough. the Knight of Labor delegate. chief. This bird was imported with ns were ordered out this morning Delegate from ohn ion's Bavou. Wholo roportod our public our pensioners go unpaid, a Barry, referring to tho orderiug out of families lands bu lost, our colored jkk. ueecjieu's lectures in England are waited on Mr. Armour and said thestriko flourish of praise some years ago, as an ,wamswent away. Not u hou-iwas loft citi.ons relocated to servitude and all these havo formally do l'ar- was at end and that tho mi would re agent for tho protection of hadu trees rJuredmen, said: "We hlir liarli KDcculn- - Aj5 f within flvo miles of tn nnr on tho 8"3)rgunizod last night, nnd left on ocjnltteS ror business disappear. Week from. tho. rarajes of caterpillars, iiich- - jA..TaUid,itwilllowur-to-thviuift-iJCSl 1 .1.11 aiHU"creduIous,"indceU?mitst'rbcthe Lamar and iHi tmw i'pmmt tbtng,ttAim- nnrl r n CRvmer lwdding. Emily I, with pro-- man who l.If k IjIftlweaSl-iWlftif- r hi iuo uuu a snail pffc u tmlicd and develoimil nmrui" ita """ Tlsiortaiid longer yields faitli to such hsi.so iwn' ra will keen all tfcait- a ,w m nt'w surroundings as to become, Dr. Mer-- ltichmond now Iwfore tho convention adLtKECu.MiLE, Lt, Oct 14. The loss of Thekk are numerous Masonic lodges in ar d by man ng the hcuses'sp U their fu In the eighteen iiujii luniks, a va.st greater scourge than journs, and you mav depend upon it that property nit ng tho Cameron I'.irish Gulf dreadful prophesies. capioi y expect to bo able t jetain in tho one it was exiectoil to countcr.Tt. Armour's meats throughout tho United France composed ewusively of women. months which havo passed not only Coast, and fiv soma distance west of Satjeir n the'no'1 men. will bean unknown qunntity in rato of is enorJat Gould gives it as hia opmion that By theemploy arl all on thprairia its present tho new increase which - Statestiree moutlK We intend to fightlci bino Pass by Uie storm of Tuesday night the ordinary operations of the Governtimo "the mating than an mous, and territory it was fearful. 'Ihe t telegraph rates will never beany higher. from Cameron ment have proceeded without diilicnltv wasaLout to ho c lied to order by iin is estimated at mnrn limn aggressive battle, and Armour, with his Parish reports that the water at Ua.tr this proposed hurrndr.hau en invades squaro or disturbance, but already many w ill cither Iwbrounbt to terms or rele TiiCnE nro seventy-thre1.XVAKJ l lnnes annuallv. students now in It Pass was eight feet deep at tho pledges have found redemption. Vast difti-cessentially a town bird, nestling almost gated to the position of a rvt'rcd, if not a the Harvard annex for women, with more d.vined, and it w, s with the gieatfst oud Uiat tho entire country quieted t that the men bankrupt, pork packer. As far as the men public lands upon the to come. east torerniitUarr.'s voice to be heard H0 exclusively about andtakes longprojections nre concerned, wo shall take care of them. night, and west was submerged Tuesday quantities of tho private coitrolwhich of buildings, but it vacations Besides, tho closincr down of ih industry have drowning thousand of cattle and had fallen under steipe to the front of th staje and look during tho It is now claimed that Robert Ilooke, in a sheet of paper fiom h s pocket. Tbe seasons and hero docs not necessarily do a wav w ith al- ruining crops Nuws from Point ia Hachu been reclaimed and .saved for settlers, it wreaks its fastidious lGto, was the first to indicate the uso of the crowd gu and measures of economy in collections stditiCOn cuts, aud a shower largest and juciest orappetite upon tho together. Tho dvinund'is bnuuu to Itcmet; and points below shows that tho first grapes and tho if not here. cLsewhere." During u telephone. tbo damage wus rather uuder than of revenues and of groans and hisses followed tho t. conferdaintiest of tree fiuits, in which work of expenditures have OTereitimat-odutmost a Theke is not over six pounds of waste to delegateNot in th least taken aback tha destruction its aggregate of daiuugt s n ence this evening between Delegate But er total destruction Thoro has beenkinds of crops of nil from jieldfd good result. came down upon aiab!ovjtha almost iuconiputible. How best to prevent and Barry on th one side, ami P. 1). ArtheTargetox now kill at a Chicago pack-in- guvel in so decuive a manner as to restora For a summary proof, contrast the mour and S S. Ailertou. two of tiio Pointe a la Hache to Port Ends on tho cost its further increa'-ravhouse. sufficient order for the hurried reading of aging propensities is and curtail wealthiest packers, on the othn tho stigr side of tho river. The schooner J. UJ , lumber business of the treasury during the n unsolved laden, was tho levee, thirty tivo two last fiscal year.--, of which the ActThe flow of water from the famous arte- the order for the men to go to work at ten It may Iwshotor poisoned, or it may gcstiou that a long strike would result m utiles below driven onnnd left high tho city, dry. sian well at Belie Plain, la., is gradually hours a day. A howl went up at tho leading bo despoiled of its nest, but noither pl.m great loss financially, and tho !osj of life, Two unknown luggurs shared ami sums ing Secretary, "Mr. l'airchihl, lias kindtho of tho paper that could be heard for blocks. promises permanent lehef. It a wary porhap. beside, elicited from Armour .. i. fate. TVhat oranges there wero on th'j ly furnished me a statement. During Again, with difflcultv, Mr. Barry secured und suspicious creatuie, learning to the sentiment that lois of life cut trees wtro torn off. The da'uago lH.'tw"ii the year ended June "0, 188.1, the reTi:n value of the exports of brcadstufTs quiet. "This is the order of the Knights avoid places where nnv reaiiilv follows met no fignre in the case; it .as a Pointo a In Hucho your sev- their fate, while, as if of its" in rice gardens cattle, ceipts were ."r3'2'l,60O,7oC.33, and dur-in- s or wrong, ami from the United States duriug September of Labor. You will return to in anticipation of question of right morning, every ons imuru necessities, eral shops right was going to prevail at any cost. horses, poultry, houses etc., is estimated was $14,272,525. the year ended June .?0, I158G, lias witlun tno lasi Nearly feventeen thousand men. at $i00,X). No loss of life is report d. of you.'' This was delivered-witunin addiyear or two begun it study and practic to S3G.4.5',727.0G, while the expenditures thfKO already out, is estimated that the prune crop in mistakable emphasis. Some Wiiur.'f.T"V, Oct. U Uej)ortsif disasIt to go to the art of m tree.. Tno tion to Santa Clara County, California, this season delegates nroso at this point and counseled bobolink of tho North (the rice bird of work this morning, "in obed.cnco to the or- ters from the storm are coming in. At of (ho former period were .;2C0.226,-?:- ". Asthe men to ober. A vote was takeu on tho South) lias been receiving ni'ich der of th Exvcntivc Boaitl ot Chicago trees und saplings were tw istcd olf, 11, a.s against only S212.4&3.1S3.&0 is worth 51,203,003. V Tweut-nintho question. Tho aClrmative vote wa j closer atteution from the ornithol- sembly No. i7. Knights of Labor, of which and bouses demolished. in the latter. Or roundly stated, more Dnxis Kearxev has appeared upon the very weak, but there were no dissenting ogist and his correspondents. This cheer- Delegate Bntler is Master Workman. houses at Buffalo, N Y . wero totally d. revenue was collected during the last o cry regularly mplo ed workman stroed ami a number of persons killed. political stage in Sun Fraucisco again. Ha voices. Mr. Barry immediately stepped ful cre.iture is found to bo rather than tho into a carriage a'nd drove down to I. I). holpful to the Northern grain-growires throughout Michigan fu ef and sheep Tbodown, caused bv the storm. nro almost 813,00 during while preceding years by wants to be a sheriff. irs, an in the houso quit, andThe shep hutcher i.OO , Armour's city office. The packer rceeiTcd examination of its maw di'dosing tho fact qu't this morning. all Tho storm the expenditures Fkesii air and pure water havo boon him courteously and listened attentively that it does not care for the mido great in obeying, ws pretty general through IUinoU Indi-cwen- - decreased by $18,000.1)00, notgrowing gram, butchers enjoj vd gixxlsncnficei eight for they called twin sisters, and as sub they should while he related" the brief story of tho pay and andportions of Kentucky and Ohio. houi, but lives upon tho seeds of destiuct.vo withstanding alo tho inercae in payof the strike. Then Mr. Barrv put tbo weeds ami equally destructive Held insects. butuot a man of them failed to go out. be welcomed in every homo. ments for pensions was over $7,0UU,-0' ill yea dispense xut it so times its nnnual migration as to Swift & Morris, rivals of Armour, aro query to Mr. Armour: Necrology of Congress. Tijeiib is a man in Boston who swallows with tho tervicts of your new men if tho pass about three weeks This brief statement is an in tho ri'-- fields of thus enabled to eclipse the latter" bvef I" Mr. the South, nt the season when that grain trade, unless he can resume work at onco live frogs. He can easily tako in six before old employes return Waihkotos, Oct. 14. The death of Sn of the Administration of f! rover men nnd this Armour ator Pike mak'-- tho death roll of tho Armour eiiiphatical y declared that not is in the . nlky state, und there its ravages with he begins Lis regular dinner. Cleveland, and a volume of testimony ono of tho new men would be sup- are enormous. The est.mnted annual loss is attempting to d . I'inkerton gunnli Congicss eight in number alreudy at once that much was need and much General Beagregaru visited Grant's planted, if thev desired to remain, lis to the have teen larg-- y increased thn j ards, Mr. Duncan, the depredations nnd each prominent packer'satre;dcuce i of Pennsylvania, who wasn has been done, faithfully: tomb at Riverside, tho other day, and left added that tho" beef butchers upon their of this rice planters from ?3,000,Ct.'0 nnd alo has the bird is between mjmber of tho t Coiigrc.-.guarded to night by two stalwart policeand President pressed the reformation of return must woi k ten hours orootatalL a bunch of violets on the grave. men, who refuse to allow even reporters to lftelected to tho Forty-nintThis Mr. Aimour, died leforo the civil service according Tun constitutionality of the United States his evening assertion that to stand by the retb) tet foot on the premises. tha" packers cloo of thu peated promises of tho party. .Many MILLION-DOLLA- R Mr. Ellnood, of Illinois, died beforo tho A Statute agaiustimporting labor was affirm- could better affoid a concession to the beef FIRE. men than to the potk men, instructed his ed at Detroit by Judge Brown. sasion of the Forty-nmtbegan Kaukin, difficulties have crossed the w.13 and Mil., ltclu .Sept THE CHECK RETURNED. of Wisconsin, camo hero dying, and was many lnisconeeptions taken place. to Henry George, workingman's candidate managerworkgive all the beef inea who re- The Town of ly tlfu 1'lamcs. Out th third on tho death roll. Congretsm-u- i turn of 53 Tho teaching of years a civil for Mayor of New York, at one time during cents to day over tho on advance Scmo SLi-mi:- i, per old rates. Mo., Oct. 17. A fire, which i:Jitor Dana Ittlu.i-- i to Allow the GnuiM Iflhti, of Liiiisiana, was next; then Mr. officer must bo a party that laborer hail his eventful life, was a tramp printer. Cilo, of to I'ay That Kill. time after the strike had been declared at itaited in a small frame itable about 7 then Mr. B ach, of ' Miliar, rendered incumbents genertily obNew Yokk, t IX Colonel Frel. Grant NiwYork. In the Senate If .somebody will kindly removo tlm an end, announcementa was made that the o'clock to night, swept over the entire busof California, died during the sossion, unl noxious to just complaint and marked packers had adopted winter ichedu!e of ruins from "Wiggins' prostrate form it may wages, to go into cllect immediately. This iness portion of the village. A brisk wind has wriuen n letter to the editor of tho nw Senator Pike. Tho number of deaths them to the censure of opponents. yet bo timo to catch his expiring predicequivalent to a temporary adraucc of 10 from tho southeast spread the flames rap- Sim, saying that while the Graut family nfthis Congress is a good dnl above tho Thus numerous changes were justly tion. regards the bill of Holmes fc Co., thi underpercent, me scale ordinal Ur coesnot idly, while the inhabitants stood by power- lato of mortality in Congress. due, which, when made, havo highly take effect until the middle of "November. Mi:. E. Stoxe Wiggins, the Canadian io pri"vtiii ,in-- uesMiicuon, as tli dry takers, who embalmed tho General' lired the zeal for reform in the breasts frame building-- burned too liercelv to ho bo Jy as unjust, they did not wish .to His Innocence Established. earthquake and general weather proplut cheeked by the sumli apparatus. Assist- others suffer by rcaou ot it, and he thereof our adversaries and unavoidable Great Snakes. parts ms hair as well ns his name, in tho Sr.wutK, N. J., Oot 11. Ten years ago delays havo disturbed some ance fore enclose Mrs. Grant's cheek for .V.".), has been asked from Cris!I-ld- , Boston, Oct. 13. Tuo friends 'Wihningtoii, nnd middle. Del., hut at iv the amount of Holmes & Co.'s bill. To Claries Smith, trensurerof Kearney Tew who recognized such changes to be dejython which recentlj'got late hour it looks although the en- this, Mr. Dana replies that as the Grant near this city, was accused of robbing manded. Yet amidst all the steady The mortnlity from Alpine cjiroblng has away in City Hall Park, 2ew York, again tire village would be destroy l. It is imfamily regard the bill as the ro been unusually high during tho present escaped this morning while being trans- possible to enumerate tho property lost at is no reason why the bun improper, thj township of "sJ3,Ov)0. He claimed that purpose has maintained its way, and s should be season. There have been twelve fatal acd for its paj meut of tbo same, and he had refunded friUOJ worth of bonds, with patriotism and patience the" party ferred fiom his box to a cage at a museum this late hour.but a rouh Kuejs pla'-v'- tao L, bat tbe canceled securities had le?n stole a cidents. here. Crawling under the stare, tho damage at overfl.UW.OJJ. Stores with the.r the check therefore retumtd. froji bis ollW. l'rocueilmifi wero beuti Iris maintained its President and wero licked up bv the flames, an! fiialcc liioLc amy rtvvrnl l'CJrtl5,Vi'J d contents BoA at Canadian hotels fs advancing faith, and the o of thestreets of,ieoplo wbtmo full I"X4iU54ilIVl'1J.'"0' discontinued. the cellar, got into the To'njo.flietea by.Hso "io'rapldly that cashiers of moderate stealisVJts.U'feSfSiy workmen Tdiscovered 'a'stroFiir' , siibtnntialprogrcss. furnace and burst open itssfdo; tho bricks mu ,,RaTO:'l,M'ro.'''wl',tA-inliItlli;lit- lnnl MOCST Sfgnuvo. iFj- -. Oct. I.T. 5firv Ikjx hur.c-- in tho ground somo distance Mirv i snu uurnmg mrceiv, ings will soon havo to lookup some less ex- flying in all directions. Four men seized Another result bright with promise seems to bo no hope staving itsprogtvsv GrecnwelL a widow, agod seventy yea, fro Mr. Smith's house. It was found to to the Republic's future, is the compensive ret rent him, and after a terrtbe struggle, lasting No hves have Leonoflost so far as can bj left home on Tuesday afternoon between cortnin $30,1)00 of canceled bonds of Koar-n- plete fruition of The lion and lamb paradox is knocked ii n hour and n half, Ihey tuccecded iu learned. the purposes of the Township. Smith's iimoccuco is thus three and fur oclock to visit Mr. Mc Wil- tsuunsnea. into insignificant flinders by npedar Rap- caginjj lrm. During the fight the jiython great war iu the restoration of harwound himself around two thick joists and liams, distant alout thniMuarters of a ids (la.) cat which has adopted' a mouso as snapped mony and good feeling between the CANADA ALARMED. them as easily as if they were only mile She did not return on Taesday her nursling and special pet. sections of the country, a result which Ho bit one man in the wrist, la Spring Grove Cemetery. mght, but nothing strange was thoughs Voiuethinc: Jltmt Il Done to Protect HT only could have comeby the success of of thai; Lut Tun grape is tho most easily digested of und squeezed tho breath out of another by anxiety came when AK.iliiKt American Tomlsts." CrscixxiTi, Oct. 14 Tbo jamming him against tho walL Wednesday morning d:d not bring late Chief Justice Salmon P. remains of thoI a national party, and a result which the all fruits. It contains sugar, gum and gluOrrvw i, C)t., Oct. 17. The cnonnon Chase arrive her, and e.irch was madtt. and after great Captain "of ten, together with vegetable efcid, and is influx of United Stntes forgeis, tlefaulteri a time the bones and p.ecos of her bloody from Washington by special train this witness of with thothe Union bore his Mad Vith Thirst declaration lie had therefore very nutritious. nnd swindlers into Canada within thepast flesh were found surrounded by a drove of rooming, escorted by members of. hu 1". A new danBniUMONT, Tea., While it may be true that tho tobacco ger siems to haves Oct. up in the vicini- month or fo has rou;ed the authorities to hogs, who were fight ng over her remains family, tho Chief Justice and his associates wished to see it ever .since the war a rung which were ldeutill dby scraps of clothing condition of genuine fraternity so notaking crop has been injured by frost in some secin ty of Stbinc that bus scared the scarebcrj British fuither action the urging upon tho us those of Mrs. Groenwpll. It is supposed on tho Supreme Bench, and a coiinmtt-bly marked as to stir the profoundest Go eminent nece-sit- y of ar- that the old lady fainted, and that the hops; of the House of Representatives. Mem tions, wo have the assuranco that tho cabfor the unfortunn'e. The cattli have ranging extradition treaty w ith tho United attacked her before emotion by the spectacle now presentnal services were held in Music Hall, wh-- a bage crop is in prime condition. sbe regained consciousda gerous w Id aninsK The water- States, wlrch in its scope will include tbo remains waro received by Govoruor ed of the sunivors of the Grand Army tho condemned murderer of ing paolt have been till d wi.h tea w-- ter many of tho crimes and 'criminals w h, ness. Maxwell, Foraker on behalf of the citls ns of Onio. with golden contributions striving to rreller,' has lost the indifference that charnnd he cattlo ar wild with thirst. Satur- under the present treaty, uio bevond th Addresses wero then tnnde by ox Governor bind the wounds of desolate CharlesThe Storm at Erie, Pa. reach of the law. threo men who Hoadly and Jnstico Stanley Matthews. a stee cha-eacterized him during his trial and is re- day o ton. By many testimonies, indeed, Ekik, Pa., Oct 15. The gale which struc Rev. Dr. John Hall delivered the prayer. wero wulk nga'.ons tbredfe of the bayou potted to be completely unmanned. T'rio lost evening prostrated the wire mid The remains wero then carried to Spring tho security of" the past is fxed, and and would probably have ki.lel t e.n if The Death List Increasing. A rbr.Eisx astronomer has just predicted thy had no. succeeded in le ch ng their for interment the impulses of national ambition to Be vi mont. Tex., Oct. 17- .- It is estimate's Eno was isolated until this morning. Taw "irove a terrible earthquake for the latter part of bjat. S hen the s ccr saw he was foi.ed water rose in tho bay to tho bight of fivo win a great future are exhiblouh-in- g by persons who have been the scene of re furious l bo.soime. to coi-en- i OW0. This is something like business, and number ited. Costly Vork or th 3 Wind. The eye is bent hopefully and bellow- tho disaster at Johnson's Bayou, Saicno ftot and destroyed a amount of fishermen' houses nnd a largo of property. it gives every one an opportunity to pro ing up tin sard wi h kis horns Iu.., Oct 11. Tho water forward now, and a wise guidance loudly. Pass and Taylor's Bayou, that tho death Tho only lives lost were those ot Samuel paro for it. of the years before, not revenges for list will amount to two hundred and firty. Oxer and Clayton Itoyer, who. during tho works tower at this placu which was , Tiieue aro in Iowa about 11,0" the past, is the care of the thoughtful The Storm in Ireland. last week, was blown over Eighty-fivbod'es have been recovered and first gale, drove in front of a train aad wero killed outright The storm was the-- crushing tho burn of II. II. Johnson and a citizen. The duty and opportunity of 13,119 teachers, 023,137 children of dt'a buried nt Johnson's Bayou, r Belfast, Oct. 15. The nt orst known in twenty years. school age, with nn enrollment in tho tricts of Ulster aro Eubmerged. Tho galcr Sabine Pns and about seventy white and portion of the resideuco of Joshua Aldnch. such leadership belong now to the colored persons are still missing nt Sabino Aldnch nnd his wife wero in another porschools of 472.9GG and an average attendDemocratic party. Its principles are on tho Irish coast continues unabated, Pass, alotiti. The Sabine Pass Disas'cr. tion of the house at the timo and were unHundreds of thotiamU of acres "to the needs of the ance of 243,403. compelling all vessels to seek shelter. Limnrcstil! submerged, rendering the search for injured. Tho tower was J'i'i feet higu. wisely adapted 15. Iteports from Beauiioxt, Tex , Oct. Datlight is to be let into tho patent erick cdvices sav tho Malcair river drain" thedead verydillit-ult- . Over sixtvpeopl-- ; still twonty feet across was of boiler iron, and Republic and the prosperity of the Sabine Pass state the destruction of life cost I5.(KX). Tho wind blew down trees people. If it .shall meet the exigenmedicine bottlo in Darmstadt. The city ago works burst, "flood. ng the adjacent di" lemain to bo accounted for nt.fohns'.m' deluge chemist is to analyze every drug of the tnct and destroying vatuablo crops. Much Bayou. It is thought that inanv of thu nnd property there by tho recent is over nnd chimneys and tore off roofs. No livoj cies of the time, its restored power is terrible. The list of missing on tho sort and print a statement so that he who damage was done bv the hurricane steam- dead have been carried out to soli by tho ono hundred, mnoty of whom nro known vere lost will be such as was its original postide. northwest coast of France. Many drinks may read. to be drowned. The pecuniary loss is estisession from the day of Jefferson, ers were compelled to postpone their deMammoth Butlerine Factory. mated nt half n million. Ihe town way with brief interruptions, for more National Ordnsnce Fac'.cry. The number of deserters from tho U. S parture. wiped out of existence. PiTTSDi'itGit, P., Oct. It. Tho than half a century. Nothing will Tv"Asni.vr.TO.v,Oct. 17. Tlio work of transthepast fiscal year oggregato but rmf Dairy Company, of this city, nnd tie firm more forward such" accomplishment World's Championship Bail Games. forming tho "Washington Navy yard into a 1,500, aginst3,l(X) in lbT, 3,000 in 1SS, and A Slight Shock at Charleston. of C. II. ItobiiHOii & Co., of Chicago, lrtvo than temperate Cuicaoo, Oct. IS. The first gamo of a naval ordnance factory will bo commenced discussion among about an equal number iu the four or five Cuaklkston, S. C, Ort. 1."". Thero was a consolidated, nnd will commence the man- those who differ, and patent and series of seven, bstween tho Chicagos, in a few days. The old buildings will bo preceding years. fclight but distinct shoes of earthquake ufacture of buttenno in Pittsburgh champions of the Lsagne Association, and taken down or reconstructed, and The Lowell Courier 4aims to Natural gas bring tha manly persistence in the cultivation of suitable to the now kind of industry, shortly after-- l o'clock this morning, which month. here. It will advantage?the largost harmonious feeling and action. Browns, of St. Louis, champions of tho ba tho fol owing ingenious palin will lo built Tho Secretary of the Nnvy in ado windows rattle, but d.d no other factory world, turning ono of sevontv-llvchampionin tho (Signed) out William F. Vilas. 'drome: "No, it is opposition." A palin- American Association, ffor thowas played intends to place this now naval ordna o hnrm. The sumo shock was felt atSun ship of the world and 10.003, thousand firkins of butterino per day. and drome, is a seutencethat reads the same here this afternoon. Following is tho tcoro: shop as speedily as possible in a condition mcrvillo. will pay internal revenue taxes of SID.OJO MR. BENEDICT'S REFORMS. Chicago?, C; St. Louis, 0. There wero be- of tho most efficiency. It is expected that ;forwacd and backward. year. Minneapolis Selected. tween three thousand nnd five thousand within sixty days 300 men will bo employed A iic eagle that measured nine feet from people present at the commencement of tho m tho shops, nnd that ultimately more than The Public Printer (,'uttliif: Off Needles 1.1 Ricnaroxn, Va., J? 000 will bo Bold Bank Robbsry. tip toip7 captured last spring near at work there. Appropriations has been selected as Oct. nlaco Minneapolis i:riemcs nud Struggling to Kemedy game. the for holding havo already been made to establish tho Altne. Ashlaxd, Wis., Oct 1 1. Two men enterN. Y., Avas released the other tbo uextannuul convention of the General plant. A Panther Runs Amuck. Assembly of the Iviiights of Labor after a ed Wilmarth's Bank nbout 10 o'clock this The new Public Printer, on taking fday. O iu leg is n brass tag giving the long and tedious contest Pauis, Oct. 18. A panther escaped from morning, and compelled Mr. Wihuarth to charge of his office, was confronted by date of 4ts .liberation, and offering cash Stricken Biloxi. tibo return of the bird. a menagerio in Cbarobery, the cajhtal of prizes enter tho vault at tho point of their revolv- thc unpleasant Nnw Oki.iuxs, Oct 17. Yellow fever hn fact that his predecesers. While he was in tho vault tho robbers The Department of Missouri." and ran A 2ifW Yonc scientist says; that the Savoy, a great panic. through tbo streets, made its appearance in Mississippi, and '27."" The beast bit many cases were reported creating Wasiiixgto.v, Oct. 1.1. General Wilcox; secured $4,000 in cash from a small sor, for the first two months of the at Biloxi 111 tho past earthVfcielar ico is penetrating tho interior persons and scalped and killed a policeman safo The polico two weeks. Thj State Board of Health recently promoted, has been ordered to and uand made their escape. tho track of present fiscal 3'car, expended a sum posse of tbe (kibe lika a wedgo, and that as soon before ho was captured. aro on assume command of the Departments of tho robbers, of cit:zens to tho woods. quarantined the place which, if the same ratio should be who took as it reaches tho furnace there will bean the Missouri. exploNtttiat im "uplit the world Into kept up, would result in a deficiency Gypsy Em'arants Denied a Lsaiifig. Fall or a Brewery Building. A Great Strike Ended. pieces too small for truck patches. of several hundred thousand dolA Bad Dakota Judge. New Your, Cct. IS. Ccmmfcsioacr of PiTTsnur.cn, Oct. 17. Tho Keystono PiiiLArjELrniA, Oct 11. Work will bo reThe manufacture of solid carbonic acid Emigration Starrs y lars. Mr. Benedict says the oilico is so icfn-ePierre, Dak., Oct 1.1 Judgo MeCann-- sumed to allow Growing Company's brick wareat all of tho gas has become a settled industry in Berlin. forty street, fell with one of tho most prominent men of Sully fojton and woolen mills, which Frankford overcrowded that the employes aro in on house, on South Thirty-fifttlreo Gypsies who arrived havo been each a loud crash about daylight this moni'iig. County, has suddenly disappeared, and it is lying idle for tho past nine dn3's, ItiLP?iuP a small cylinders, aud if kept the Netho land's steamship w; A. Sch other's way, and the result is that, and in f rem Rotterdam, to land, aid ord red The building was completely wrecked, nnd reported that ho has fled to Canada. Tho which about 1,100 hnuds were employed. after a fortnight's examination of the lender pressure will last some time that is, a largo amount of beer stored in kes in S cylinder 1J inches in diameter and 2 them sc. tback to the Tha Senabusiness, he has found ho could get tho structure destroyed. Tho loss was Judge has appropriated a eonsidemblo Censured for Hauling Down the Flag. finches long will take Are hours to melt into tor will now havo to beard and ieip them along with a much smaller force. The dollars. No peraon was in- nmoanl of money belonging to other paruntil she retarns to Rotter. am.J, Igas. Ottawa, Oct 14. Tho Canadian Council meager remainder of the appropriajured. Tho accident was caused by tho ties entrusted to bus care. McCormick Itsapcr Company nnd others aro interested. confirmed tbo S100 fine ngainst j foundations giving wa3 The steam yacht Stiletto has gone into the Amer- tion left him by Mr. Rounds compels McConn's office was declared vacant yes- ican vessel Marion Grimes, .the service of tho United States Govern-'aen- t Marriage of the Governor of Maryland. but terday and another appointment made. Captain (Juigley for hauliiig downcensured him to be very circumspect with exMcCool Dies at New 0rlean3; Hike tho flag. penditures, and wholesale dismissals of Cambridge, Mn., Oct. as a torpedo boat. It ha3 made a jrecord of twenty-siNewOhleixs, Oct 17. Mike McCool, and to .Miss Foolish Louise. miles nn Henry Lloyd was married employes arc the oonccquencc He Perry Belmont Renominated. veil known in pugilistic circles, died this :hour, Mary E. Staplefort, also of this old town. d the owner, Mr. Herreshoff, Paris, Oct. 15. Louise Michel wriles to New Yokk, Oct 14. Perry Belmont was understands what is required of every morning at the Charity Hospital hero o soon to produce a boat that will make They will make a short weddiof tour that she will going to Annapolis to rea4e in tha kidney diseases and complications nrisin" the Social papersinsi-- t on going decline a renuuimateu lor Congress in th J head of a bureau under tho y present ja record of thirty miles an hour. pardon and will to prison xiijk.iow aorKuistnct Administration, to bring eve-theretrora. Ho was 4'J years old. Executive Mansion. thing ; unless she is granted full amucstv. -. down to hard pan and business prinOur1 if tbe 792,441 words composing the "Sit One Thousand Deaths a Day. Vermont's Claim Against the Government ciples. A wealthy merchant of Lofidon has The Government printing-ollic- o 'revised Bible 721,072 are the same as found Janitor Titus Found Guilty. was very convenient for ConWasiuxotox, Oct It. Vermont U asking Sax Fuaxcisco, Oct 17. Private advices ia the reTised edition issued in 1011. Only recently celebrated a noveHMnd of Bklvioehk, N. J., Oct. 13. Tho jury in received iu this citystoto that cholera is the Titus case rendered a verdict of murder tho payment of n claim of SGO.SOO against gressmen to pay oft' some of their ponine per cent. 70,772 havo been changed; Having been'a faithstillragfng fiercely in Corca. No idea can in tho G5,508 haTe been excluded. ful reader of two or thrcoirLoudon first degree for killing TJUio Smith. tho General Government Third Auditor litical debts to "their constituents, and be scourge. It newspapers for a period of fifty rears, ha3formed of the extent of thotbo Capital, Foreman Lake burst into tears after an- Williams finds, howover,that thero is stand- Mr. Rounds was too obliging to refuse A'salesladx" of Philadelphia irho hat moro than decimated ing on tho books of the Ordnance their applications. Tho uaxr Public ttwitwMity-fir- a whero out of a population of two hundred nouncing the verdict On tho first ballot ment n chat ce against that State Departyears behind ih,e counter, he invited tho proprietors tba"ma'r-niiiccof .&i:,7s0 banquet The host slated that thousand the death rate runs at tho fright- the jury stood 9 to li ncainst tbe nrisoner in favor of Undo Sam, and pending such Printer is of sterner stuff, a tnorough ays the great burden in Etoro life lies not as guilty of inarderin tho first degree action as Secretary Manning may seo fit to business man, trained in an excel'in the work but in the fact that women the perusal of newspapersfor fifty ful average of a thousand a day. take, the claim of tho State will bo hold lent school, and only intent upon fuldWf like other omen. Some days girli years had been the most agreeable dissuspended. To Try Sam Patch's Feat. Successful Telephone Exprimsnt. filling his duty to the letter, lettingthe Imd to have their own sex bully traction of his long life. This reco"Tii-tio- n ,fel bad, RocncsTEtr, N. Y., Oct 1.1. Donovin.whb results of his work speak for s. TVasiiixgtox, Oct 17. Experiments with of the press is without 5? precethem and browbeat them is more than they Grief Caused His Suicide. He appreciates the golden rule rho te'ephono from this city to New jumped off the Brooklyn bridge, is hero caa bear." The. women in front of the dent. EastRcvdixo, Pa., Oct. 14. Henry Tomi of the DcmocraticAdrainistration, that resulted in a atisfactory talk examining tho Gcneseo Falls, where Sara York counter make life hard for the women bebecause his son had an officer of tho Government who has Patch mado his celebrated leap to death hanged himself with peoplo at each end of tho Dr. Maricr, of Rome, har discovhind it. wire. over fifty years ago. Donovin will erect a recently been drowned. charge of a bureau holds the monev of ered in many of the skulls ia the difplatforni and attempt tho same leap. Tstke hare been more than 45,000 trees ferent Roman and thj people in his bauds, to be used" for Etruscan toijbs aa Extensive Fissure Left by the Quakes. Wife Murderer Lynched. set ont in the streets ofJsWlin within the vell as theiv purpo-eaud those deposited in varieag Broke His Neck. past two years. This has" been the work of Ciiaklestox. S. C, Oct 17. News has Moxticello, In- -, Oct 11. Tho jail hero terests, and when to further their inany part of the intercstingspccinicns of incieut been r ccived here that another earthquake broken open at one o'clock this mornDetroit, Oct. 13. Robert Jamieson, a tbe cUy aatborities and not of individual dentistrj' and artificial tcetk These fissure has been discovered near the manutwenty-eigh- t years old, ing by a body of masked men, whe took funds which the taxpayers have enabout property owners. One of the results has facturing therefrom ,!bsmtojnake Berlin one of the prettiest latter are in most cases carvtf0tof mountains,town of Pelser which is near tho was instantly killed this noon bylwing-knocke- from the Henry Wildmau and hanged him trusted to him aro diverted to other and which was thought to bo limb of n tree near the jail. His purposes, or when, by design or negfrom a scaffold by a foiling stone the teeth of some large animal many out of tho range of tho disturbance1?. It is world. itiet.fcitbe engine-hous- e on afterward perforated with lect, lie allows a sum to bo applied to instances these teetii rare fisfihed to said to be several inches wide, and runs at the now a scaffold twenty-fiv- e Russell street body was deatl Ho was on A rcw days ago a romantic marriage oc- tho 9 feet above ,Jan CHt h'3 wife's throat in natural ones by bands of refa $0 thtough a cotton field east nud west the ground repairing an unsafe wall when July last at Atwood, 111., and his aveugers the ,alaries of unnecessary employes, curred o& aWilliamsport and North Branch n large stono fell out of the wall, crushing becoming weary of tho law's tardiness re- jncroly to please some member of Condistraia, near Williamsport, Pa. Oliver How cases of stopped teeth have Terrible Deed of a Mother. his skull and knocking him to tho ground, sorted to lynching to get Wildmau out of gress, or some personal or political lett aad Emma AVhitmire made up their covered. the way. friends, he violates his duty. Loxnox, Oct 17. Mrs. Leader, wife of a the fall breaking his neck. miada to get married and prevailed upon l, a It is said that there arc iaLcnse tmtcher doing business in In the printing office, as" in all other tfc Msdsctor of tbe train, Rev. W. II. Oil Fever in M.chigan. Three Wives Testily Asainst H'm. suburb of Loudon, altera quarrel with her beds of oysters at sea, off the departments of the Government, thero them, The couplo of husband left her home, taking her five lit JUHj, ! tie the kaot for tttsts Kaxsakeh, III., Oct. 14. Harry Goff, DETBorr, Oct. 15. An oil fever similar to re County, y. C. tie children with her. Sho went to tbo the craze formerly common in Pennsyl- formerly cf Chicago, was sentenced this is "no different rule of fidelity, under It I Trjr short time the ip Thames river at Fulham and throw herself vania has broken out at Manistee, Mich,, morning to :ervc two years in tho psnitcn-"- - the present regime, between tno officeMMtwrMfettN' tbs && A Genesee (V. Y.t blsaniy. Thrsa wiv with thsir holder and the and tbo five children Into tho water, AP And la ragtsff vlolantly. Speculator ara than that SJT"" MTaafbtcd nm. drowned but ont of tht children. fourlojt is. aad prensrur (a ulrancum cbl rsii jppenrsd rSant fcltn gt Ua trial, which thoukl regulate Ui csndust of . ApVIDE-SPREAD CURRENT TOPICS. THE BIG STIilKE ENDED STORM. if..E' U.-D- etails fellow-citi-ze- ns o - e ca-e- o mass-meetin- g n - stern measures. con incc Ecpnl the reform p land was a gei to stav. Tin scribe to it w plank, and piteous how of thi gold government eliango in Mr. Koundi his Vay si tion. by would hav dministration glied at, and Bnrley leaf has advanced on its statisd under tho tical merits, and a healthy manufacturing ployment of demand about ?t(Sl."i0, and high grades some time to are selling at $1..VX3 higher than a month sident Clove- rand had como loldcrs THE COMMONWEALTH. Loulsllls Leaf Tobacco Market. that party raise a manifestation Io of honest Virae for a c. --, fused to sub-d to walk the iIr-Barr- beef-pneke- rs Government iu. to go on . wjs.s- -tnrnnriti. cjMinci. incre j"Th:ft and a for-- a llau 1 - - iun 4V.- 4ft- A 1 mil-lion'- s, mai.-bjn- Calo-casie- u o u light-hous- e, 1 fruit-growin- g movo-nien- . g lt-- s prol-len- i. - cool-heade- d nest-buildin- g though he is by Ins prcdeccssi tnivagance, has applied himself cstly t6 devise moans of hu g the .lender resources at his Command ana to make them suflioxjfcntil the end of the fiscal j'car. He wmjje obliged to make further reductions of the force, before n he can sec his way clear. The correspondent of the St Louis l'c'fiUbUam thus explains the situation: "Mr. Rounds crammed the office as full of Republican partisans as it was possible for him to do, and lie used as much of the appropriation as the law would allow. Indeed, it is charged that he stretched the law as far as it would stretch and rot all the jrood out of the ofiice for the grand old party that ho could got. Rounds is a tharp one, and he has left the office iu a shape to give" Benedict a great deal of trouble. AVash-ingto- large deficiency ' uencuict, iiandid dtion." Mr. Low- - grades are also somewhat better. Dark and heavy tobaccos are without noticeable price changes in any grades, but the medium category, which includes mo3t regie tobaccos, havo been going at fuller prices. The stock of dark tobacco in sight in America and Europe has increased, about 40,000 hhds. in twclvo months, though' the additions of very desirable and saleable leaf bnvo been moderate. The present crop, notwithstanding tho frost will contribute a larger quantity ot sound leaf and generally superior dark tobacco than has' been drawn from any crop in five years.? I ina curing contingency U ntill before tho crop in large measure, nnd In the main tboi FSatftr-'ha- i been favorable. We quote! 16S3 tobaccos as follows for full weight' packages: J ago. Trash Common lugs Medium lugs....Good luirs Common lat. Medium leaf.., Good leaf Selections Wrappers, - Burleu. ' Dariinnd Jlcary. (1 3S4 1 J2 :m 3 50, 3 raa 4 si 2 MWi 'i SO " ... ... ... a 4 OO'ft (US . 9 ou&io 7 5 CO :tra t so :OJ6 3 75 i .3 4 &OT ,VXi 5 5 2V 6 7 50 r& a 11 15 0U&1G or.n iu' 7 OOJ n 75J 9 50. , Botts, colored, quarreled, when the for-- 1 mer whipped out a revolver and shot the! latter in the abdomen, inflicting a mortal! J wound. Leavisy was jailed. Tin: trial of Shade Chapmau for themur-- ! der of Dave James, in Martin County, inj 1S;4, closed at Inez the other day, the jury! sentencing Chapman to the penitentiary) for life. He has been conveyed to Frank- "ilUrrllaiieoin Itrms. At Louisa, Belle Lcavhy and Lillia, fort l)t-tri- AV-mo- st I a end-in- g 0. nt e non-Umo- n s Ir-tj-niut- Forty-eigh- s oft-mad- e Forty-eight- A iunD wind-storprevailed throughout the State tho other morning, but no special' damage is reported. The wind started a, DRIFT OF THE PRESS. freight car from-- siding near the old do-pMr. Blaine would probably do sT Louisville. It ran onto the main well to Mippress his friend Caldwell, track and was run into by n Eouth-boun- d who is being interviewed by the East- Louisville and Nashville freight, causing a" ern papers about tho plumed person's wreck. Two unknown tramps stealing a prospects, intentions, and so on. Tho rido on the cowcatcher were killed. name is fragrant with recollections of Hiss Lulu ayoung lady who had Mulligan letters and Little Rock and been engagedSmith, in teaching in lleada Fort Smith matters, and already the County, drowned herself school pond. Xo in a question is asked if it is not the csuso is assigned for tho act Caldwell that figured during the MulligCiM?. IU.mset was convicted at Mays-rill- e an-letter period. Chicago Times. and wounding TVm. Ben. In Congress and tho Legislature nett, of shooting one year in tho penitenand given Albany Argus. ot, h Mai-jlnn- O'-- s ji-s- s si twentj'-nine-and- the most stubborn battles have been fought by the Democrats in behalf of the rights of labor and the curtailment of the power and insolence of monopolies. The neglect and indifference of the Republican Senate during the pajt session of Congress formed a strikirg contrast to the zeal of the Democra-iHouc on labor questions. The npst valuable work in the same cause curing the session of the Legislature was done by Democrats. Albany Anjts. c one-halffo- ot p, reiin-bur- s d its-goo- eo!d-aroo-ii- w cae gojdgov-eriinicnt'innd- , th.-r- o d ej pipe-stun- s. o to-co- tions. Their affection fir them is deep, tender- and tov'ching. The Tribune reveals the hoVowness of its pretended rcgaritfrrJO labor editorially: "Tho candidacy of Henry George for the Xcw York matoralty will not have been wholly in vain if it shall have what now seeos a probable result That probability, of courc, is tho election of the Republican ticket. Detroit Free Press. Thero mint be a scarcity of ordinary timber when the Republicans of Cincinnati arc compelled to renominate vulgar aud indecent Ben Butter-wort- h for Congress. It is not Iongago n that this politician delivered such a disgraceful speech in the House of Represcntatires that the women in the gallon' left it hurriedly to escape low-doK- Yes, the Republicans do Dve tho working-me- n and the labor organiza- organi-zationa'wireinr- ys d 1 orr Tat,-kkk- c, com-plete- d school-houses- o to-da- y, low-lyin- g fifty-fou- Dtt-jiesn- havel-on-jstructe- new-one-s, ii'-x- a 11c Bing-ihamptoo- ,. an fr to-da- y, to-da- to-da- four-stor- y h , -- to-da- y '1-t- fort3'-tbousan- d ; x lf to-ds- y ex-pec- ts bo-fo- re to-da- y -- ... w . Kolden-wetlili- n. nt m thera-fcIvc- to-un- y to-da- y m m s, mtt-scum- s, H-- Etone-maso- k W Camb-rwel- fltft u4 prMat4 ' hm. w tox-pny- cr heard again. Buffalo Times. Senator Logan accuses the Democratic party in power of extravagance. In one respect, we admit, it ha.s been a little extravagant or rather moro liberal in expenditure than its Republican predecessors. Durinr the fiscal year ended June 30 the first year of a Democratic Administration it paid out iu one single class of expenditures 87,000,000 more than was paid out the previous jear. It was for pensions to disabled soldiers and the widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. But if Logan thinks that expense unjustifiable lie ought to take into account that th'i Administration saved more than enough in other items to make it up. The net saving, in fact, after paying the increase of pensions, was nearly 818,000,000. Detroit Fret Press. Goncral Locan must have entertained a very uncomplimentary opinion of the intelligence of his hearers when he told them that "the percentage of loss during the Republican Administration willTicfy comparison with the history oS. anv government on earth." He utterlr"jrnores the opera tions of the land '(&K thieves, the Star route and mail"bsidies, the navv frauds under sB,r ttoocson anu Bill" Chandle Pacific railroad swindles, the hu d other rings of jobbery, subsidy. contract and mo- nonoly which fattened and throve un dministration at iter me nepuunca xiiosc the expense of th and insolcnco rings grew in s cpubli'can partv. on tho favors of tl and in return for. c favors they re- crally to porpetu ceived they gave Ue the power of that partv.- - -- Albany Argus. Very Monotonous. Having been deprived of tho more serious business of carrying on the National Government, tho Republican part now devotes a good deal of its leisure time to drafting resolutions. Thoso who have met with reverses are much given to telling what the did in the days of their prosperity, and what they would like to do for the benefit of the human race if they had the means. It doubtless soothed tho feelings of tho Ancient Mariner to pour his tale into the unwilling cars of tho wedding guest. Grief is aptto bo voluble. Tao Republican resolutions of theso days are very long and very dreary. Thero is a sameness about them that suggests their emanation from u single soor.ee. Probably skeleton plans of platforms have been prepared, under the direct supervision of the master carpenter at Augusta, for the use of State and district conventions. They all begin' it will be observed, by "pointing with pride" to what the party did "in tho wall," about a quarter of a ccnturv ago, when it was young and virtuous. Concerning its record during the hist fifteen years thsy aro naturally reticent But of what tho party would do if it only had another chance, many words are necessary to tell. And the letters of Junius, and other literature of invective, aw keavily drawn upon to describe thDwrai!cBin8of onaU. his vile words. Tho decent people of Cincinnati ought to combine against Buttenvorth and bury him under such an adverse vote that he would never be tiary. The roof of the Christian Church at Dan ville was blown off by high wind, the other morning, and carried 73 yards from the building. Pkoiiibitiox was adopted in Simpson County, the other day, by a majority o! 303 votes. I.v tho United States Court, in Louisville, Robert E. Lee, of Knox County, was acquitted of tho charge of ''moonshiniRg."tho principal witness against him being Stono-waJackson. Jasper V. Yatts and JInnd S. "Ward, an eloping couplo from Uptou, crossed tho river a few days ago, and were married in JetrersjOnvillo, Ind. Tho bride's parents ol- jected to young Jnspcr and forbid his at tentions to their daughter, loo young ' couple decided to elope, and the young man drove up in front of his sweetheart's residence in a huckster's wagon, in tho rear of which was n largo chicken-coop- . While Jasper proceeded to interview tho old gentk-mnwith a view to securing tho daughter's hand in marriage, tho latter slipped out to tho wagon nnd climbed into "When the old man retho chicken-coop- . fused, tho j'oung lover said: "All right, I didn't want her, anyhow,'' and drov away. In a short while tho girl's absence was discovered, and nn exciting chase took place, in which tho whole neighborhood took part. Pistol balls whistled through tho covered huckster's wagon, Lut only bad tho effect to accelerate tho speed of the steeds. Reaching the depot nt Nolan, thu train coming in, they abandoned th wagon and fagged-ou- t horses and boarded the cars. The pursuers reached the platform just as the tram got under headway, but the expectant groom explained matters to the conductor, nnd no amount of signals had the effect of stopping tha train. Hugh Edwards, Jeff Jnrrctt and Bud Croutchcr aro in tho Jit. Vernon jail charged with the murder of Elias Searcy. The theory of tbo prosecution is that Searcy, having first been made drunk, was poisoned for the purpose of securing thirty dollars which he had upon his person. The Kentucky Grand Lodge of tho Independent Order of Good Templars completed its work "a few days ago, and adjourned to meet iu Louisville on tho second Tuesday in October, 1SS7. R. S. Easton, of Spottsville, wns elected and installed a Grand Chief Templar and Alex. Lusk, of Gum Sulphur, Grand Counselor. At Eminence, tho caso of the Commonwealth ugainst Harry Scott, colored, who child with fira blistered bis and then lashed it to death with a whip-ha- s been tried. Tho jury returned a verdict of guilty and ten years' imprisonment in the penitentiary. Bcckner & "Woldridoe, proprietors of ono of the largest tobacco houses in South Kentucky, made a general assignment for tbe benefit of their creditors tbe other day. The failure is a rather bad one, the nominal assets not reaching the liabilities by mora . thnn The juries in the Henry Circuit Coar sitting nt New Castlo a few days ago, had a good deal of fun with tho boys who went from Louisville to that county last March s t to witness tho The fun was ladled out to them at from $30 to 00 each, with added trimmings in tbo shape of costs. J. A. Hoffmax and Charles "Wortham, jr., havo been appointed storekeepers in tho Second district. Colonel James M. Dcxcax, of Louisville, has been appointed to a position in the folding department of tbe House of Representatives. Joux W. Desham, of Pulaski County, ia hat been appointed etorekeepe tho Eighth district. The other day John Cramor, a farm hand empioyed by Frank Meyers, nine mile south of Louisville, went into the pasture to salt the cattlo. Unfortunately he wore , a red shirt A bull saw him and made a' rush. Cramer tried to get over a fenc, but was too late. Tho enraged bull gored him through the heart and bowels and stamped him into a shapeless mass. Ha was found dead two hours later with the bull standing guard over him. n Jessie Blackford shot Anderson at Kecnc He was jailed at Nicholas-vill- e. ll foam-covere- d two-year-o- ld one-third- "Wnrren-Barne- prize-figh- Clay-bur- The tops of tha old brick piers used ia holding up the cables on the old suspension bridge across tbo Licking betwen Newport and Covington were being tors down a few days ago, to give place ftfr the foot passenger ways on the new iron truss bridge, bow approaching completion. The mortar aad cement had become so hard that it was impossible to remove the bricks with a chisel, and dynamite had to beused. Al Fox, while drunk and on tee railroad track, was nil ever aad killed by a pat-ta-r- er . . lioa nnd s9nmim9--IlMt- m ft taj frwbj! traia sear Maimlit?Bi Via te4 !&. V'f -- tr ri Ji js r & i. side of tho river, tho tree of life, which bore CALLED jHIS HOGS. twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month. And the leaves of tho Why sn KnBlisUman IMaccs Not th Coulhlence In ArZKuwir rCOp0 tree wero for the healing of the nations." jWdndorIUl Things About Thorn, Ivrould" advise a man." All honor to the beautiful and useful trees, and Thoir Usofulnoss. with which God has furnished tho earth ! Englishman tho now has an And all thanks to Him for so great a gift in Arkansas, "not to place interest any dea&a Intercstlnc Discourse Preached to tbe toman! pendence upon getting directions ZiftU Chllilren or III Consrecatlou by from But now, before I close, I must tall you tho people of this blooming Kcr. 1. II. rainier, of ortb why I choso a text from tho Bible, and lntry .Wertnoutli, Mass. began this sorruon with those words of you know.' 'Have you had any trouble?" somo David: "He shall bo like a trco planted i by tbo rivers of water, that bringeth ono asked. Golden JIule.1 -- Xo forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also ' trouble at all. yon know." "And hrsball bo like a tree planted by the shall not wither; and whatsoever he river $ of water, that Drltigeth forth his fruit Then why wouhfyou advise any doeth shall prosper." Do you know who In th'e cao:i; lib loaf also shall not wither; David meant should be liko a tree planted ono not to place any confidence the 3 nuil whatsoever he tlooth shall prosper." wl'tnlms, L 3. by tbo rivers of wnter? I will tell you. people?" "On account of their peculiarities It was the man, or tho woman, or tho litlam going to tell you something tlo child thnt feared and loved God and don't you know. .My brother and l! dear children, about the good and beauti- tried to serve Him. Or, ns wo would say, fill nnd useful tree?, which grow all about uuuiuueii wiui a large syndiit was the Christian. David says that the cate, bought an immense timber net. us in the woods auil fields. Perhaps souie e had never .seen it, but we knew br real, true Christian shall bo liko a treo yourself; "Why, seems ijof yon will-splanted by tho rivers of water. Anl the inapj furnished us that it was of to me that's a funny subject for a sermon. now you know a gcod deal about great value. Shortly after wo arrived sermons I thoughtreligion. 1worwnlways all about Uott-antrees, and perhaps you can tell mo at Cohlwood St ition wo concluded to didn't know anybody how a Christian ia like one that is Co out aud look at the lands which could make- a sermon about trees." But lite truth is that all tho first sermons growing by the river side From what wo they called by tho beastly name of havo learned about tho habits of trees, it Coon Trot.' After vainly trin.r to which were listgacd to in the early agesol is easy to seo that one standing by a nice, hire a conveyance wo started ouf on the world wero $ sermon from the For several daws, beforo flowing river would bo apt to bo strong horse-bacand tho flowors, and the birds, and tiee, nil the other beautiful things in nature. and beautiful and healthy, doing tho work the romance wore ofl", like "the silver And good, eloquent, interesting sermons which a treo ought to do. And just so it platingcomingoira spo n we had a very is with a Christian. A true Christian good time, but gradually wo eanie to 3 Jiwywero, too. And the tree3 told men character Is always a strong, beautiful part of tho country where tho people folJout.God nnd religion, as they will tell healthful character, that reminds one of a respected not the church nor feared g3g&f,Utm Aud they helpod men 'io, be good nnd to love God then, just as perfect tree. And just as tho lro3 purifies not thu devil. They seemed charitable t all tho atmosphere about it, by taking out enough of every thing except informathey will help us now, if wo listen to Uieir vcices. For one of the tho poisonous gesos and converting them tion. They would give us any thing groaf objects which God intended into something useful, so a Christian char- in the house corn bread and bacon acter is all the whilo purifying nil that but whon we asked the direction to any these things to fulfill, was thnt thoy comes in contact with should make us better acquainted with it, taking plaeo thoy would become strangely away tho taint and evil nnd sin curious; and L may iicro remarjcjjul Him. This is just as much a part of their i giving their shade for us to sometimes from a whola neighbor- those people, brave and linQjIifttDftj1, hood, nnd converting thoso who would would rather give up their last low of 'rest under, and preparing their fruit for iiuh-obo dangerous, poisonous members of the hog which ..us to eat. It was tho vory samo kind, very dear than good God who gave us the Bible, who community in good, useful citizens who to give up information. i don't know mado the flowers and the trees and all the Another very InterWng branch of our fulfill the ends for which God created why this is an I Invo asked several beautiful things in nature. And the subject Is in regar" to the habits or them. Oh ! shall wo not desire to bo Chris educated gentleman who were born none of Jlelds, and kies, nnd hills, are just os instincts of the treqa Wherever a tree tians, but wo may bo compared to a beau- anil reared in tho Stato and much His book ns is tho Bible; and so it may bo growing, if here is a stream them could cnlizht-Mme. tiful nnd useful tree. or does not matter whether we take a verse pool of water anywhere One evening, about the time that Then a treo standing by the rivor side out of His written word for our test, or damp piece of ground, it willnear it, or a has tho water ever nt hand, v. here it can the Mm was setting, we stopped at a always push whether wo take a bouquet of flowers, or a its roots eagerly toward drink it, and so it never withers up, nor c ibin situated at the foot of a rugged, "beautiful spreading elm or a horse chost- - hydrozen anil oxygen that. It wants the dies from thirst. Christ is the water of pine covered hill. We oon discovered which the water !., uuu suy mai, is our text, no can can furnish, and it will havo them if itcan life that satisfies the thirsty soul. Ho i a man. calling hogs, at leat I presume SiiniTGdA and His love in either and in possibly get thera. In just as tho tree so. for lean hogs ran at the sound of his other words, it is ever near to tho Christi-inIboth. When we apthirsty, just as wo are thirsty, and it sends out its roots, and drinks in the wnter melancholy voice. 'ow there aro a great many children, eagerly seoks for wator to drink. of the river, so the Christian drinks in this proached, tho man. a tall fellow clad For anil mnnj' grown people, too, who neror example, I have reid (cf. Horace wnter and grows strong and in brown clothes, placed a basket on 's anything particular to admire in a tree. beautiful nnd true. And can all the fence and rejnirutnjr us curioiiily, on lecture unless it has some fiuit on it which is Lives") of a man named"Life, or tho havo this water. "The Spirit and inid: Mr. Madison, ' Holloa.' good to eat. Or, perhaps, if they are hot who had an aqueduct tho Bride say. Come. And let him that that is and dusty, and tired with work or play, trough mado of logs which in a sort of heareth say, Come. And let him that is "We said 'holloa.' and stopped to may see that it is good to give shade, his house, passed by a trco whichreaching athirst come. And irhnsorvrr will, lot sec if he would say any thing else, but was esmay liko to rest under it and pecially fond of water, at a him take tho water of life irecly." God disregarding us he continued to repeat considerable grant cool off. Ami these are good things distance from it. 'Opposite to thnt vou, dear children, may all be his melancholy nois. a sort of sorrowwhero the g. auoui a iree. i uou't mean to say that tree stood there was an augur hole in tho liko trees planted by the river. God grant ful whoop, and would occasionally throw corn from the basket. I thought it is not nico to admiro a tree for its log, that had been filled with a plug to that you may all of of this water of know what it is drink that ho would certainly say something good fruits and its grateful shade. I shall soft wood. Exactly to lifo! that spot tho tree liavo something mere to say about these sent off a long stretch. of Or.cc more, wo have seen that a treo U pretty soon, ami of coiir.-- o quietly roots, which things by and by. But what I want to say forced always growing. It spreads out and en wailed, but ho paid no attention to us. their way through now is that there is a great deal more in plug, choking up the this soft wood larges every year, and grows stronger and I nkcd him a question, but taking up a passage; " hoi: the common things around us, tho trees for there," says tho account, "thoy "and moro beautiful all tho time. By and by it chunk and hittini; a savage-lookinwero instance, than many people do see. And found drinking, liko so many thirsty anigets to bo a perfoct tree. Tho only way that had just run up, he turned away there js nothing that will giro you more mals." Tho writer who tells for you, dear children, to grow and be- and addressed himself, in a language this i.Ieasure, and help you more to grow to be saj--s "that a strawberry planted incident come perfect men nnd worn n, is to taki which I could not understand, to mis in sand, jti.-good and wise and strong, than to cultirushed, with many with good earth alittlo way off, will turn this Jesus, who has Himself said that lb pigs that had & vate the habit of seeing into things, and ifs runners all toward that. is tho water of life. If Ho is in you, and grunts and squeals, from a thicket. finding out all the secrets which are hid-- " good earth is too fur away to But if tho you abido by Him, you will grow to the "Mv friend,' said I, 'will vou ideasb be reached, give 1110 a few moments of your valuden beneath the surface, under the bark of it will make no effort on staturoof a porfect man. that side more Atfcb.trees, down in the petals of tho flowers A Christian is liko n perfect tree, too, in able time?' than on the others." You can try this end under tho feathers of tbe birds. die balanced an ear of corn on tho Irs strength. It is not the strength that experiment, boys, if yo want to, and seo can lift great weights liko the tree, that top rail of the fenee. kicked a shoat' T . , if it is not so. tho Christian has; it is a different I.itid ol that nosed about his hcls and rcplieJ: One of the most wonderfu! thingnbout Then it is wonderful to see a treo exert- - i strength from thnt. Tho Christian has th Wlnit did yer say?' tuo trees is tho way in which thoy brcathr. ing its mighty strength. For in every " 'Can vou give me a few moments' strength to say "No!" when evil companAnd more wonderful still is it, und yet treo in your d nt homo, and in time?' to tnsto the intoxicating true, that if they did not breathe you and every ono thnt you can see from these ions invito him " 'Itockou so: how much yer want?' cup. The Christian boy has strength not I could not breathe nor live. If it" was not windows, and in all tho trees of tho forests to give way to the temptations, when lie 'I'll not detain you but a few mofor the trees and other plants breathing and on the bills,. there is a lifo principle, is tempted to disobey his parents, to pley ments. I am somewhat interested in ;tlieair would soon become filled wittt poi- - the strength of which is as groat as, or truant from school, or to bo angry with this country and would like to know .soiious gas which would make every one greater, than that of tho largest stoam his sister, or his mother, or with somo ct tho direction to a place called Wilson's sick, and soon cause- us all to die. And engine you ever saw. Why, in the com' you bow they do their breathing and make monest garden vegetablo there is a forco the other boys. Is not this a gcod way to Ford,No, I know.' o liko a treo planted by the rivcrr of don't know.' the air pure and healthful is tbe first capable of lifting an enormous weight. " 'Ye, but I do,' water; to lo strong only with this higher ' rthlng I want to tell you about, When I was in college at Amherst, Presi' 'That's all right, but you said 1 because it is one of the most wonderful dent Clarke, of tho Agricultural College, kind of strength? And finally (to pass over many othor knowed.' things about tho trees. On tho under side made a wonderful exp?rimenfc with a com' 'Well, then excuse inc. Do yon of every leaf of every tree, or shrub, or mon squash. The se;d was planted, and things that iuiht bo mentioned), just as a tree that is strong and healthy scatters its know any thing about Wilson's Fonlr' -- mother plant, there aro tLounhds of little Tvhcn tbe Mn.omcil, nil ' Y:is. I know that cr foller kcu-j- . and breathing holes, or mouths. Tliero are the blossoms wero picked off except one, seeds farin the wide all about It, and these, lodging nooks and crevices, spring ererosi thar of ther water ain't too some also on tho upper surfaco of the leaf. and that was allowcd,to grow into a up and grow into other trros liko to tkt high.' -- Tboro are small openings through the squash. Then a box was arranged ono they " 'Thank you, but do you know anyfrom, nnd each spread? ,outer skin of the leaf into the around it iu such a way that it could only out its graceful I ranches, and produces it thing about the lav ul tho land?' within, making a direct n grow by lifting tho cover of tho bcx. goodly fruits and dres its gracious work "Yas. know that it lays thar. the whole interior of the leaf Weights wero then pat on tho cover, for ti'o comfort and good of nil around, o and tho air outside. You cm not see and they watched to seo how much is a true and faithful Christian, ' Which direction shall I take from lie scatthese little mouths with the naked strength there was iu a squash. At first ters the soeds of kindness and gentleness here?' havo to have a nrcrccope or magnionly a few pounds weight was put on, but " 'Any yer pleac. him, fying Blas, and then you can see them. gradually they increase! it, aud when I and love all about and nnd theso spring ' That is certainly very indefinite. maku other Chrisupnnd bear ftuit The Botanist Gray tells us that in the saw it, that ouo little squash was lifting My idea is to get there as soon as postians. white lily, when they are unusually large, tho enormous weight of two thousand "He shall be like a tree planted by the sible. Whither docs this ro.ul lead?' there are about sixty thousand of "them to pounds. You did not think, did you, chil" 'Way from hayar. l'ig rivers of water, that bringeth forth thesquaro inch on tho lower surface of the dren, that a squash was so strong as that? " 'Hut this other one, I suppose, in his season: his leaf also shall no' leaf, and about three thousand in tho same If you go down here oa'lho road a little wither; and whatsoever ho doeth shall leads somewhere, docs il not?' space of the upp;r surface; and that in way, some time, you can see a huge ror-"'Yas, it does lead somewhere." all be the nfijde tree, where they aro under th? that has been broken right in two by the prosper." Dear childreu, may ' Where?' liko this! And when you seo a beautiful, average ns to nurabir, there aro abou strength of a little trco not much larger strong, hoalthy tree, remember all tho dif''.Somewhere else. twenty-fou- r thousand to the sqnaro inch round than my nrm. Some time, yo.irs ' of the lower surface; so that each leaf Has ago, a little cono lodged in the crevice of ferent ways in which you ought to bo like " 'My friend, you are certainly a very it. And then read tho rest of this first not far from one hundred thousand of that rock, and pretty soon tho raius and I havo'bought psalm and ea what the ungodly are like. unsatisfactory man. these mouths. the warm sun caused one of the littlo seeds And so some land over in that district aud - f Xovr to understand just what is tho pur-- in tho cono to germinate and grow. A Find tongues in trees, books In the mania? would liko very much to see it.' pose of ail the;e won lerf ul little mouths, littlo root ran out, and down into tho .. v'y'n't yer look at it, then?' brooks we must look for a moment at tho nature crevice, and began growing. Soon it had Sermon la stone, and Jgood tu everything. " 'Because I am not there.' or 1 composition of tho air which we got as large a? the creviw, and touched tho ' 'Then w'y'n't yer go thar? breathe. Tbe chemists tell us that tho air hard rock on each side. And no doubt the ' THE CIGAR TRADE. which wo are drawing in every moment grim old rock would have laughed, if rocks " 'I can't go there unless I know the of our lives is mado up of three different could laugh, and would havo said to the Innocent Tricks rr.irllceil ly the Success wav. Shall I take this road?' elements, which thay call carbonic acid, tiny little pino tree: " oa insignifiant lit'"' fnl Ketnll Tolmrcoulst. 'Yas.' "oxygen and nitrogen gas. Tho last of tle sprout, you can't grow here, for I won't iChleago Herald. 'Will it lead me there?' these does not support animal lifo, it only let you, so you may as well not try." But " 'Kain't say as it will. Koad kain't "Holding a iu this business redilutes the oxygen. It is the oxygen tho little tree kept growing, and pretty quires a good trade dealof tact," said a success- lead nobody lessen it's got er leadin' ialone which gives their vital breath to all soon began to press hard on tho sides of ful cigar dealer. "In tho fiist place, the line, an' I don't b'licve this 'tin has.' th animals in the world; whilo tho tho crovice; harded and harder it pushed skillful cigar salesman will gradually " 'O. here, now, no foolishness; acid is a deadly poissn if it is and twisted round to got a good hold, fill- work his customers up from five cent where will this road leave me?' breathed in any quantity. But evorv tima ing up tho whole space with its insinuat" 'Leave you whar you leave hit.' ten 'we breathe we tako in a certain quantity of ing roots. And the rock hung together, cigars toto cent, nnd somo of them from " 'Doubtless yoi are correct, but can ton cent two for a quarter, or ever three . air, from which our Iun;s extract allthe nnd braced itself and tried its best not to for a half, with proportionately Eroatcr you not tell me which road to take?' oxygen, which goes to nourish our bodies give way. But at last one dark night profit for the house. This is " 'Ho'pycr.so'f. by K1ndcep us alive; and then when we crack it went, and broke in two right in ing on that vanity which isdene ono play' unithe breatlfe out again, what we expel from the the middle. And all because of tho little don't believe you've ot good versal trait of the mnsculino rare. Even '"I lungs is principally this vory carbonic tree, which it had thought so weak and if a man has no vanity about his good sense.' . vr:id.which is so poisonous to animal life. small. " 'Mor'n you have, fur you're lo3t looks or his clothes it is easy enough lo Boorery time an animal, of any kind, in Thero is a power in the little tiny seed discover that he has ono about tho kind of an' I ain't.' any part of tho world, take3 a breath, he that falls into tho earth, so great that it Is cigars he smoke3. By a ' " 'Are you going to give 1110 any or two diminishes tho oxygen, which is such a capable of erecting itself into a great tree, delicately dropped hero and word about a ' and o " thoro necessity for all animals, and Increases ono of tho huge trees of California for inman's fondness for good cignrs nnd his I left him. Xow, it makes no difference t!a carbonic acid which would bo so stance, twenty five feet in diamotor, four admirable judgment concerning them the how completely I am lost. I never ask , harmful to them if it were allowed hundred and fifty feetiigb, and Weighing ground may bo prepared, and if this is information of a man who is calling , to ' collect in tho air. Sometimes, many hundred tons. So, you seo, trees followed up by handing him out a of hogs.' ' Arkansa 0 Travc'cr. vt you know, if there aro a good many peo-j- ., aro strong as well nSyAoful, nnd capablo higher priced goods and remarking, box whon P'e n a sraaH room, and the windows are of doing a great deabjhtrd work. A COOD ANECDOTE. tho mistake is discovered, that you supall down and the door shut, the air beA treo has in it thiwonderful power of posed ho always smoked that price, you Ole Itull's AdviccK to it Number of DIs. comes closa and it is difficult to breathe. growth and enlargement. It is always will at once discover thnt your seod has couraced Anrttotir VloIirKts. " j,And it every little crack and crevico were Srowing.'runnTng umtaller and taller, nnd been dropped In good soil. Tho chances eiose'd'tlgutso that no air could got iu When Olo Bull, tho ,rcnowil violinnro that tho customer will smoke thoso larger lauer every year. And cigars from the outside, it would soon bo impos-Bibl- p getting broken and st ist, wa staying in Paris in UJtfJ ho reright along thereafter. if it is by or felled to tho to livo In tho room at all. Tho "Another good method is to stand by turned home late one evening from a ground, it often re cwH cts its building, not breathe, but would soon unu rears useu agan; all its wonder- - whon your clerk is waiting on a customor. concert, and as the night w.v? cold he smother and die. And the reason is thnt fid ducts, and ti - The clerk, say, hands out a box of ordered his man to make a i!rc in his in breathing they gradually take up all the pores, liko to tho p At JB' anu ureatmng- when you rush up, jerk tho box room. The latter dragged which it bore botowards the oxygen from tho air, and leave nothing fore. from his hand, ns if indignant that such a huge box, on which the but carbonic acid, which they can not which And all the treesT so manv kinds of an insult should be offered ono of your again breathe, and so they can not live. though we can see around us in tho forests, customors, and sharply exclaim: 'Don't word " was painted in they The reason why the carbonic acid, thrown characteristics, have different forms and you know that Mr. never smokes large letters. In answer to Ole Bull's aud rre put to difforent off in every breath we breathe, does not uses, astonished inquiry the servant told him any thing but tho best still contribute, each Its share, to accumulate in the air Is becauso plants Then you got tho box of more expen-siv- o that tho box had been delivered that the plans, and perfecting the work on it. "Every current or breeze," cigars. Tho customer takes a couple day at noon by his master's orders, ns which . Gray, "that stirs tho foliage, brings There God gavo them to do upon the earth. as a matter of course, and at the same he thought. On being broken opentho is no confusion. Each has its law. '"'too'very leaf a succession of fresh atoms within itself, box was sphere which timo Inwardly thanks you for thexompli-xnentyc- u violins found to contain twenty-tw- o of carbonic acid, which it absorbs through God intended and fills tho and the following letter: "Great havo paid him. Thereafter ho to fill. it its thousands of breathing pores." The becomes a regular purchaser of the higher Master: Tho unders'gned, being memBut now leaving the trcos as living, pljwtslike this gas which is so poisonous bers of various amateur philharmonic priced goods. Of course the clerk underwto'tho a'niainl world. They breatho it in growing organlsia, in the woods and stands you, nnd everything is lovely. But societies, hereby declare that they will fields, let us look for a moment, in passeagerly, and leave the oxygen, which is ing, at the henceforth ccaso to porform many,many usesthat are mado if a man comes into my store and asks for companying instruments. on the ac. ourbreath of life, for U3 to breathe. Thus The same a cigar, and my clerk should inquire wba they have been cut down wood from which Old Bull can draw thry purifv tho atmosphere about us all ofthemwheu for and prepared the service of man. Hero price, or hand out a nickel cignr, I should life, love, sorrow, passion and melody tho lime, and we owe to them our very is tho roof abovo us in this church, which discharge that clerk tho next minute. It is only to be regarded as fuel for the r lives. iu keeps off tho sua and tho winds and tho is his business to hand out . flames in the hands of the undersigned, And perhaps you would lika to know rain. We must thank the trees for that. such case, and somotimes f. who therefore request the mrestro to svhat the trees and plants do with this Your homes, where you aro warm ami ters. e of tho inclosure.i, carbonic acid when they havo breathed it comfortable in winter, andsnfo and happy "About holding a trade? Ob, yes. You make an In. J will tell you what becomes of it. in the time of have to keep a big variety of goods. You and to look upon the ascending smoke storms, they aro made of as incense offered to his genius by penThe substance of every trco is made up of trees. The wood, and tho coal, too, for want to ask your customers how they liked three things, carbon, hydrogen and oxy- that matter, for that comes from trees, that last one, nnd occasionally invito them itent dabblers in the noble art." This gen. It has got to got theso three elements burns In tbe stove, something now yon havo received, curious epistle bore the signatures of and gives you Its com- to try young men. Three davs from somewhere as it grows. Tho hydro-f- fortable heat. Wood at your own expense. Cignrs given away twenty-tw-o floats In water, and afterwards Ole Bull gave a dinner, to nTtBd oxygen it gots principally from so can be used tor ships; whilo the talh in this mnnner makea good investment. senders of the !M?r?rBicn til "l&eiVtwo ,s made up wholly from pine forms the aast, which bears tho sail, But above all you must watch your'cus-tomor- which he invited all "theEach guest had ' elements, and which the treo and enables the vessel to go across the and without their Knowing it valuable lying before him on the table one of tho Bets by driuking It in by its roots. The seas to bring you the fruits and the riches chango tho brand on them. Nine out of violins referred to, and by its side a carbon it gets from carbonic acid. smokten men will tire of a brand after of a foreign land. gold with the inscription, "Soliis made up of pure carbon and Wherever we tarn we . find that ing it a week. Without saying a word to tude ring Perseverance" and a piece of 4? oxygen. As It is thrown off In the breath we are indebted to to keep changing them trees. God has them you vniit of animals, from decaying matter, and made them in love the from brand to brand, thus keeping them seasonable advice to the given them to us dilettante, and a symbolic indication from other substances, it is taken in by fitted to serve us, toand Instruct us, and to do satisfied all the tiino and their appreciatbe plants, and tho oxygen portion of itis us good. Can we tion keen. This is ono of tho cardinal of the means by which the virtuoso himfrom the given back for the animal world to use earliest ages they wonder that pride nnd principles of the cignr business that a self had attained to fame. TaglicJie have been tho Jiundihan. gain, while the carbon portion goes to admiration of all mankind? It is strango good many dealers don't learn, or are form tbe ttaae of the tree or plant. You lhatlatheTisIoSrtich careless to put into practice. Such A train vras of too John hvn ell f ca ckarooal, Well, this li so tboHeavenlr altvi.. St.mM to saw,"In men can tmcr build up and hold good Syrftcitso to Buffalo,recently arun from seo S.X,, distance ! t ,' tht war tb.cjr th atdit st tk HrUt 9t lt Ri e IMt tat Mr 't"iTr 119 milcfi in 135 mlmUci. - . A SEKtfOX ON TEEES. j;. . .nro 1 v, to-la- y, ay d - to-da- y. off, by heat, tho hydrogen and oxygon, la other wcrds the watery portions, from the wood of a tree, which if ,iAnn aWay from con tact with the air, leaves the third clement, namely, carbon or charcoal, which is so useful and valuable to man. Isn't this wonderful, then? Tho treei are mado by God to take oat of the air a gas which would kill us all in a very little while if it were alfowed to roniain; nnd having taken it into their trunks they split it up into parts, oxvgen and enrbon, and give ifs back tho' former that we may breathe it and liV0; while tbe latter thoy make into charcoal which' Is used in a thousand ways for car comfort, convenience and health. So kind Is God in making all things work together for good unto us whom He so dearly loves. Another great usn nf'trees is, as we all know, tofurnlshoodfornuxn. Just think of all the things wo get from thorn, and from other plants! Not only delicious oranges, and apples, and pears, and poaches, and all other nice fruits; but also starch, sugar, spices,' oil, tea, ceff jo, flour and grain. .11 these things aro prepared by tho plants out of the elements which they ke in fr0m the earth and air. They have been so made by God thnt thoy have the power to produco subtle chemical in theso changes unpalatablo materials, which thoy thus transform into delicious food for mnn. Says thesain author, abovo quoted: "Animals depand absolutely upon vege tables for their btmk Tho great object lor which tho all-rcator established tho vegetable kinj evidently is that the plant tuight it tho snrfaca of tho earth, between inernl and animal creations, and or, ze portions of tho former, for the surterianca ot the latter. Wo must indeed see the goodness nnd tho Iovo of God in thocgodly fruits of tho w get it is by simpiyKdriving r,t i- ...i i- - d 1 i ; life-givi- jee Bush-nell- u nnr.-tb.e- D k g -- & " 1 door-yar- - 1 Tm-cm-- communica-.tion.betwee- ." eye-Yc- u pig-o-0-- 0 V -- pig-o-0-- 0 car-lon- ic Pig-o-o-ow- pig-o-0- -0 en pig-o-o-- -- . ld ton-cente- rs fire-pla- Fire-woo- ful-filli- ng Dean officiating Concerning: the Cars Valuable Do not let foul weeds go to seed or liens in CoM Wvith?r. greatest of all . cither in fields or roadsides. The most profitable time of the year Never allow fresh unit to remain in the how for the poultry should bo tho fall and in paper; it absorbs the juices. scrcecher yet. winter, just as th 33 are the best seaNew York Stato has 577. 100 farms sons of the year for the dairyman, who of over 2:1.780,73 1 acres, valued at S?olh3 he' 0M;MMone3 pills; is provided with the fresh cows and the $1.050.170.7-11X. Y. Ma:l. A?.d ofTnf,eSree3 thy downward wend, !aU!,a' ?r Pwanl tend ; All small apple.s and others defectfacilities for miking butter when tho tLe' fraught, TheiidCOnfort nre to naught. is scarce. Every producer should ive in form or damaged by worms supply amount ha'e their best market on the farm as ' Ple'c? Prepares a pill aim to have his products when others h5fi1aftIact"y fi"'3 tha food for animals. .V. Y. Telegram. have none aud tho marke is are bare of rather, that is all- -A Be sure in rwasatit Purgative, and smal: them. Eggs are cheap in the summer the poultry-hous- that tho ground floor is enough higher a fecl l'e"ou 11 ""? Vou truth, indoo J. and so are chickens: but when the than the surrounding ground to keep that I spoak tb'r of them is over an consummer glut it perfectly dry. Damp floors aro very sumers aro crying out for more, then productive of disease. N. K. Farm?. . ?I5i!!Ts.,t0rch Las occasioned much tho world j;0,ton JiulUtln. the pricos advance an tho luckj houseTo clean bottles, put into the botwife who h.i" laying pullet?, or whoso tle some kernels "lI'?,B'r,Rene'Tern'5'er fails toche-- k of corn, a teaspoonful well-fe01 hens are over their brooding of ahcs, pour it half full of water, falling the hair. Gives universal satisfaction. and moulting and are beginning to sing and, after a vigorous As aremsdy shaking and their lays on nrjrc, in ikas the biggest rinsing, you will find the bottle as goad wo recommendfor throat and lung troubles, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. ear. Moreo cr, careful as new. profits uf the Itrlia'ia'nlis Sentinel. Wnrx blacksmiths betfn to strike of the surplus summer ogs, she has Never pla.'e fresh eggs near lard, are turned out fabter than ever. the-- c packed away in some preservative whie'i keeps them fresh uutil the prices frtrt. cheese, fish or other articles Chicago JiaQ. The Iippoiu's remunerative, when they are from which any od)r arises. fed out as tho demand warrants at eggs are extremely active in absorbing It is said that a lady's standing in power, an I in a very short timo they ty can easily bo determined by her socio-- dross treble the summer prices. . nr.JJiobreatfnct.tnl.la. .. i .t Tuere are several of pre- are contaminated by the particles of costume indicating objects in their neighborhood, by that tho wearer has not serving eggs for winter use and sale. which the peculiar and learned tho exquisite taste yot bo afraid ofproprieties. But no ono Wo have tried several of thes-- an fin need being called "shoddy," osz is destroyed. Boston if her loveliness is. as apparent bv daj--. tho oil proe ss tlu b.st for domestic of a ncw-la:- d I'ost. light as at tho hops. Perfect beauty u use, but it is too troublesome to clo.m never tho attendant of disoaso; abovo all, A writer iu the Gvinlry Gent'emifi This process is a the eggs for sil those(diseases peculiar to women, an J gives the fallowing as a go id method of which find a ready euro in Dr. Piorco's follows. A pint of boiled linsied oil is of cider: Take cidor freshly Prico reduced warm d and one ounce of mdt?d beeswax is well mixed with it. The eggs, made and b il and skim as loag as any to ono dollar. By druggists. taken when quite fresh, are carefully thing conies to tho ton, but don't b )il A locomotive can not draw a train or rubbjil all over with tho mixture and more than fifteen minutes; then bottle, thought. placed on tho small end upon a layer hot an I cork, but not seal. It will Glfxs's Sulphnr Soap purifies and boan-tl-li l saw dust, of hard-woor keep as long as one wants it to keep, tho sti Hilt's llnir and "Whisker ami is better than when first male. bran iu a suitable box or ke;j. Whon Dye, black or brown, 50c It is a question with some good the layer is full the eggs are covered has A over half an inch with th materia'. Of wheat growers whether the m mure Carl Trend's W't&Ul- a grato opportunity. . these thre-- the bsst packing was found should be applied before the first Oxioe.v Ccitc Throat, lung, nervous disto be which lies close. Dr' plowing or afterward, but the prevailsand alsj answers tho purpoic very ing tendency is toward plowing first, eases. Book free. Dr. Geppert, Cincinnati,0. well. When the bjx is filled it is put then to draw and spread tin manure A Clams and oysters-- . aw.iv in a co 1, dry cellar. When use I on the surfaco and aftjrward work it Hartford Tines. the eggs are dipped in warm water aud into the soil iu subse punt cultivation. Ir afflicted with S5oro Eyes ufo Dr. Isaac wiped dry if thought neees-irbut Them inure is thu kept mare.- - tji" thi.s is not ne 'essiry when they are to surfac wh're it is believed to do the icomp&ou'siyowutor.JJniggu.tsfaellit.S. most good. .V. Y. Herald. bo broken for us.. A suit of armor vras tho The eh 'iiu il preparations -i- oelino, Omelette: To thre; well beat n kuight dross. JSos'on HuUttin. gla daline and tin Germ m and eggs add a little salt, some peppr. a Don't fail to road ad. of JIcMulIen "WovHavana processes all affect the yelk, small cup of milk and five butter crackamo this pa causing it to b'eoui bird, although ers rolled very fun. Hive your pan en Wiro Fenco Co. the two first mentioned hive kept eg.s hot but not t) scorch; put in a littlo The largest revolver known The earth. p Tfeetly sweet and uach mgj 1, f ir butter and pour in the 0:11 d ;tt. When V. Y. Graphic. as the whites were concerned, for more it begins ti set, run a knife around the Tnc "old than a year. The linii pro ess is the edg. and as soon a firm fold it over Itomcdy. reliable" Dr. Sage's Catarrh best for eggs that are to bo sold, as on itself once and agtin and turnout only an c.xpurt can any diffcren c m a plate. It is very nice and much "Goixo to learn to dance, Claude!" between egs thus preserved and fre-- h moro economical thin simply boiling "Yes. I've taken steps in that, direction." oii"s. The proee-- s .s as follows. Soni" or frying. Tun best cough medicino i3 Piso's Curo fresh quiekiim is slacked in watr in Onion lck'es: Take large white for Consumutiuu. Kald every whero. 20c. lim-a s'li'ahle vessel, and when th onions, remove tho skin and pour over reduced to a oft liquid, water is added boiling salt water, let stand three tliys. THE MARKETS. to iu ike up twenty gallons for a pe k p u:I and add fro!i let staUd Cincinnati, Oct. 19. of the lime. Thjcl'ar lim is over nig'it. Then take one gillni of MVnSTOCK-Cat- tle .' (0 Common?l "" dipp-- d off after sett'ement of the tin " -- fc 3 Kt vinegar, addin 1 tw ounces oft inn ri Choice llutclfer- diss dved lime and is put int ) a clean scald 3W (it 4 UO and pour over the onions, cover HOUS Common 4 31 4 10 Ccx'nl l'uckur. cask until this is half full. Frsh eggs let & 4 10 tin jar and no others sho ild over be kept days, ami po the onions stand for ten SHEEP Good to choice... 5C 3 J 3ai KU1UK rurally ir off. and put on them GKAIX Wheat No---' - red7i 44 ,'(,', over are carefully p!a- - d iu a shallow strongthen seas ned with r pep.1 Xo.3rt.il dipper a shallow tin wash-bowith per, h vinegar, celery .se d, as rs jra lish. Corn Xo. - mixed mustard a handl" serves well for this purpose Oats No. -- mixed and small spices. (!od Ifo'i cbirpinj. 46$ 63 Hye No. 2 and are gentiv poure out into tho 11 (0 6J1 0 HAY Timothy Xo. 1 iu which they sMtlo down TOUAt CO Medium Leaf.. FATTENIN3 CATTLE. s n (si 81 .. gradu illy as the barrel is Idled. When Goodlnf the barrel is full up to an in?h from I'hr Amount of Wator Wltlrh Should lie PROVISIONS Pork Mess.... 10a r. Prime Siciiin lard the top a cloth is laid over it, 18 20 ("Ipii to t'ecr AiiiiiiuW. Dairy nUTTEIl.-Ct.oleaving a bord r of a few inch Ohio Creaiacrv As land becomes de.irer ami tho deD) APPLES Prune, lVr barrel... all around: this i, c ver.d with 135 & 1 " POTATOES Per barrel mand greater for beef to supply the spini-tluithe lime loft from the slackNEW VOKK. ing to the depth of an inch, and this is rapidly imreasing population, every FLOCK State and Western. .. 3 '2 V) pressed clos dy around the e lgc of the means of raising and fattening cuttle HKAIN Wheat. No- --' Ch cttso fi M'i .,..- .ft Xo Srol tip of thu barrel. The elotii is tYsn cheaper will have to bo resorted to. 4."'4 Com Xo. ' miA'cd le I over fie lim, and waer is Germ my, fol 40 S Oats mixed where they always make ex- POHK Mess ft,10 Ti ...10: poured over this and kept upon it, so 45 e io as to have it always covered. This periments carefully and thoroughly, LAUD Western steam CHICAGO. have been trying to ascertain the of air ami keeps the prevents tcr... lime around the oggs iu a caustic conright amount of Water to give to fat- FLOCK W tco n n vrl nrt.d.. ?3tt) Qi M OltAIX Wfceat-i . UM Wi dition, avo;ding tho absorption of car- tening cattle for the greatest developXo.S Cli'caso Sprits:... Ct . . bonic acid from the atmo-ph'rThe ment of llesli and fat. The scientific Corn No.Xo. tr. C Oats lime is deposited iu tho pores of the 8 ft 4Mi Ko oxpri men tors c intend that too larc POHK Mos.. 8 80 a 'slight rotnlm-vsshell and cuu-es 0 5 $J wlr.di is pre eptiblo wh n the eg , hare quantities of water given to such anin.LTiMOHl o on's with their foo I, or b fore or after, FLorit-tami- ly remained two or in itbs in t:ie 3 m s IK H4.J pickle. The lim I eggs the increases the elimination of carbonic UHAIN wheat o. 41 W 4V, Corn Mixc! winter for nearly the s.iniu priee as gas, which hinders the formation of ... fjt Oat Mixed fresh eggs, tho d Iferenee being two or fat. They claim that this question PROVISIONS Pork Mess. . . ftill VI Lard Itcilued.. should be carefully investigated by three cents a do.on. CYTTLE-FS- rst ij'iality 'H. I .K t The coatiamus supply of eggs from ea'tle feeders. t ascertain just how HOGS . 45 is .s archly much, and no mire, is nee led toquoiHi the hens during the wiat INDIANAPOLIS. fie thirst, ami to dilute to a suitable 2 red possible, as this is the resMng spll fo .J & degre the food of tho anim il. Fo Corn tnixnl t the fowls, and warmth and Oats mixvd for beef is different from feeling exereise and spo dal foo ar all nee?-sarL0CISV1LLK. or cow. For the firmer fool FI.ncit-AN- o. for the peculiar con lition of the a h $ 4 M ft, 4 50 is given to sustain lifj and p od ice .. . e jgs are pro lu e 1. Bu hen iu which e 31 ( orn ma ul ... sh and muscle, hence if water it much may be done to over eome natural solid if. O its mixed iu any way. by the pr lucti m of ear-pro divides by skilful mm rOKK-JIc- ss 0 10 O) imul ition LAKD Steam nic aci-l- prevents th Q, S UJ ... . Th is, by sitting h"iis in .I.11111 try or February an rearing ea-I- y broods, by of fut. it is all right. In the case of kecp'ng such breo is as th Leghorns cows, they should h ive pure but not 1 10 eold water, without m asure or stint. and Plymouth Bocks, whieh arc note as prec cio is lavers of eggs and as I" is absolutely necessary for a plenti-fi- l production of milk. And it has productive in the w'.ntr: by providing Eicrj itrain or cold attxr&fi tbat treat. IiatS Kau ncarij rreiira.u jva. a comfortable, dry, war. 11, clean house been prettv clearly dem mstratod that and suitable foo I. mi di a warm baked if the water is warmed, it causes a potatoes, hot parched corn, frch bones, .such larger flow of milk. The question of how miudi water broken sh reded eabbige. fuvdy-eu- t me.il of scalde I should be given to fittcning inttl. an clover hay corn mush, w'th a little s lltand pepper is worthy of consideration, an tho and sulphur in it. a good many eggs who have time and opportunity, ought to experiment on il, and gko the remay bo procure in the winter. Ther d shnitM be fore too. kept on sults to the world. It is evident that hand in the way of hens which have the "av of large and easy gain; on a been perinitt'd to brood and rear few stcrs. carelss'y fed, have pasd chickens late in the season. Thus, if by, and economy will, in the future, hens are given a nest of eggs in b; one of the prominent virtues on the :f)r!li-V"k fall, and have a rest from laying, they farm. All of the domestic fertilizers i will have to be cirefully saved and will go to work in January if well fed iPjj l and cared for, and the young chicks, used, and all of the coarse fodder, as also well cared for. will come iu for well as grain, will have to be more THE season. wis dy 11s d. and it is protable thero iVll I i il broilers very early in th There must bs, however, every requi- may be soni'thing worthy of consideraBEST7GM1S site provided for the care of both Inns tion in the amount of water which Htrenathean the illuoclem and the young chicks; a tight, warm should be given t) fattening cattle. Steadies the Ncttm, t: Ives Ncir Vigor. Enriches the Blood, house and warm nests for the latter Des Moinc.i (la.) llcyijter. will be especially necessary. Mr. A. Pnxsurr.T.GerelitniJ, Ohio. rajs: "Ifti troubled with terrible fuln. in my back and I coald Vermin are tho great drawback to DRESS TRIMMING. cot stoop 0Tr. I tnoi many ditfrrent rwnwlif without re!.'. TwobotUeaof Urotn'a Iron Hitters success in pursuit of eggs in the winnairelj cured m." l'opuliirtly of Kt:im!na IltniU and ter. These pests m iv be kept at bay. The ;.illnons and IlraiiU f AH Kinils. Ma. Daxizz. HoDora. SBIf Serpnth St.. Kj tws: " I was trrabled with Xraralgte and if not wholly cleared from the poultry turns la my btciu I haro Iwa (trait ly beaetited by Hands of ctaminc, ombroidcred iu asmg two bottles ol Brown's Iron Sitters." house, by the liberal use of petroleum. with silk, are employed in The perches should be drenched with cross-stitc- h Gesnic nsi tbore Tnds JfarV and tnxwd rsd line onwnpptr. Tnke no olbcr. Made only by it at least every two weeks, and every trimming matinees and morning ltKOWN CHEMICAL CO, llM.TIMtl!.K.3ir. crack and and crcvic j where lice, lleas dresses made of surah and foulard: ELY'S and red mites can hide, should bo filled rovers collars and cuffs are embroidwith it. A barrel of crude petroleum CREAM BALM is tho cheapest and the best to be kept, ered to correspond with tho bands and and the whole house and the nest form a very pretty trimming. Lace of IS WORTH boxes should be painted over with it. all kinds is extensively used for A'.i'. Times. Laco embroidered with gold bullion is very elegant lo trim dinner Drains from and evening dresses of black lace, silk TOJLWITIAN FiWFEVER ET" rTXM Velvets It is difficult keeping a drain that or satin.with tiny for trimming arc WOMAMOR CHLID flowers in bright strewn in good runleads from the barn-yarafferlair from colors. vv4c-'ia3ning condition. The filtration of maGalloons and braids of all kinds are nure water through the soil in time the most fashionable trimmings. They CATARRH s-uj,. saturates it so that its fertilizing prop- are plain or heavily beaded. Complete -- A.E. XEWJIAX. ER sets of the. beaded ornaments are made HAV-FEVh. erties escape into the drain. This into trll and volves a serious loss, and, almost equally vest,correspond for trimming panels, toA particle Is applied Into each no UraKlsta.Is agreeable use. bcmlfor cuffs and collar. The weight of circular.rnccjocis.iiyinaiiorat KI.Y MtOTHUtS, lrusiu, Owcbo. X. Y. as bad, the manure wat r coming in some of these, if elaborate, is. truly apcontact with air in the drain induces palling. Natural lir cones, very small, the formation of fungus growths on its are introduced as pendants on jet galeides. These extend very rapidly when loon; gol is also A3STI-BILIO- US with jet. It, once formed, and arc exceedingly dilli-cu- lt however, must be ucd of the very finest to get rid of. A tilo, once affected, quality, or it has a common, tawdry if taken out and cleaned, soon fills appearance. Fringes of silver-gra- y again, even if Jeft in another place. seeds mixed with steel beads and orna- THE GHEAT ENGLISH EEMEDY Bile. Indl?ntlnn, tie. Free from The soil through which the soakingsof ments to correspond arc shown to use ror I.ler.only run, Vcsctallo InjredienU. Mercuryt-: contains .AscnFARM AND EGGS IN WINTER. SuKf-etlo- FIRESIDE. St Mar's CathoJral, SSri"h,,ftPronouncca St. Jacobs oVTiT & 1r' pain-cures- ?; B MAno!i"'. Salt Rheum into painful cracks, while small watery pimples ap pear In sreat numbers, discharging a thin sticky Coid,cauinIntcnso Itcbln;. Hood's Sarsaparllln has wonderful power over this disease. It purines tlie blood and expels the humor, and the skin heals without a scar. 1 had salt rheum over nearly my entire body. It Is impossiblo to describe my sufferings. When I to tako Hood's SarsaparllU tho disease bgan to subside, the watery pimples, with their nconlzing itch and pain disappeared, and now 1 am cured." Lyman Allen--, No. Chicago. 111. I snSercd from wakefulness and low spirits, and al;o had eczema on (he back of my bead and neck, which was rery annoying. 1 took cao bottlo o Ilood'a Sarsaparilla. and I have received so quell benefit that 1 am very grateful, and 1 am always glad to speak a good won! for Hood's SarsapariUa." aius.J.S.SSVDEB 1'ottsTillc. la. be-K- fitoteet'but,ababe common af all skin dlcascs. and hi cfU en exceedingly disagreeable Tho skin become dry and bet, grows ted and rough, and often breaks ti the most . bill-Alf- llet, e - 1 1 d Bold by all dniggMs. 11: sir for Prepared b.r C. I. HOOD CO, Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla ti i IOO hors-gho- es Doses One Dollar JOHN CR. BULL'S 1 .- s Slit's Tonic Syrap FOR THE CURE OF 1 1 FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. kc-pi- ng "Kavo-ItoTrescriptio- n." justly claims for it a superiority over all rem- Tho proprietor of this celebrated mediciM o corn-mea- l" rinE-rric- B - corn-mea- l, Docir.n-MiEi.Lrae- o y, edies over offered to tho public for the SATE, CESTAIN, SPEEDY and PEE3IAHENT cur of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, whether of shcrt or long standing. Ho refers to tha entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to tto truth, of tha assertion that in no caso whatever will it fail to cure if tho directions aro strictly followed and carried out In a great many case3 a single doso ha been sufficient for a cure, and whole families have been cured by a singlo bottle, with a psr-fe- et restoration of the general health. It is, however, prudent, and in every caso moro certain to cure, if its use is continued In smaller doses for a week or two after tho disinse has been checked, mora especially in dificult and cases. Usually this medicino will not require any aid to koep tho bowols ia good order. Should tho patient, however, require a cathartic medicine, after having taken three or four dose3 of tho Tonic, single doio of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY FILLS will be sufficient. USE no other pilL Price, SLOO per Eottle; BisBottIe3 for $5. long-stanii- -- DR JOHN BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. d.-te- --'- IH-ul- Tho Popular Romedlea of tho Day. Principal Offlce, 8S1 Miln St., LOUISVILLE, ST. j i- bin, By N. P. B. CURTISS. Price, $1.25. 1 - 1 W- - 1 -- Sir Curt!". whO'pfiultarMethod has lone teen standard, does real servico lo the lovers cf zixxl hotae. by muie ntinstructor. thlNoth iroucbly cod and enter o tainlni; lc. ttiaii'irtlacraras the positions of tho tlnircr.. Simple explanations and Tery sweet Tocal ami Instrumental musto rill a Mh1c, which Is destined to maku the clepant nii'dern H.O'JO still more appreciated and popular. lllaj-trat- lime-wate- r, THE ROYAI SINGER Holds the Held acainst nil comers as the chief boon cla-t- o in iood music, sacred and for Improved instructions. 1- - O. Kucrsoc. J0 cts., fo per dozen. Sons srrertlns(fl)cts.) for High Schools; Hong Hells tU) tts. . or Sonc Kruilrr (Hook 1. .'.lit?,. Hook H. '0 cts. Xor Common ichools. and Crmi fur I.Iitle Slncer (.3 ct S3 per dor.) form a cvnipleto lot for music teaching In schools. Miik-mffc-nl- tce a I.7. 1 d - -- -. I Hoffman. Is Inn newest book fur Sunday schools. Superior collection. In press and nearly ready Anthems of (tcts Toiney and SOITGS OF PROMISE, l'rala. a-e- css jut PIA2TO CLASSICS, (!L0O) is a (treat favorite with pood pianists. EOOXS So. e. :ii HAILED FOB RETAit PRICE. , a OLIVER C II. Ditsov STEEL WIRE. DITSON A CO.", BOSTON. & CoStr: Broadway. Xcw Vorlc th-c- 1 - Jg5 .... ,tS. Woven Wire Fencinj. OOc. Por Rod. t f-- GRAIN-WIial-.- No. out-do- 1 y ne 11 1 OUAlN-V.-heat-Xo.- 2red b , ae Kull particulars by mail free, to all ho are lu terestcd. :?peclal &rranscm'nts with dc rr. The McMoiien Woven Wire Fence Go., 1J3 aad 160 West 1 late Street, CHICAGO, ILL, 1 fa" "- - IJIlMiTlili'lTViiil XOW Mi i.iUm wirJi riUnrt SCLZi TUE1II f.nii J I the 32.1.1V III It K xyctcm. payments at tha ratoof tS:t.S. per month, up. KxmyIcs.Kitol?.Ul. bend for Catalogue with ful!particnIars,malIedfieo. On UNRIVALED ORGANS 1 UPRIGHT PIANOS, Constructed on tho new method of strlnjrlnz. on similar terms, tend fur descriptive Catalogue, mailed free. MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. 1 are-erve- tjjpjjf fi ol - Wmd if pill FJ:ni IniV!:B -- Irv. S&t&t!&V, (jfGRAIIA?! Flour aad Corn m the a xrviw 13 lOtt '(F. Wilson's l'atcnt). anzjiaiirr p man In kcCDlne iwulAIo .:II.I.M. JlK Boston, Nov York, Chicago. RRjfJR your own Boris, JllIliU sjcnl.Oratfr Shells. on application. No Rope MII.I.N nnd I'AHM circtlar and Testimonial sent WliAOX JUIOy., lv.ton, 1'a. rrnf-mor- free, on receipt of Sold by all Saddlery, Hardware and Harness Dcileis. Special discount to th. Trade nrScnd for 'rice-I.IJ.C. LtouTHocscF.ochestcr.N.Y. t. to Cut Off Horses' Manes ai.i.i.i- XIX and r.lllliA.IZ Combined, can not oe suppcuoy any none, picuaiierioany psnoi tnc L'.:s. c'lcoraicu "i.ri.irL" j&r. tl. WPAv 11 ?w .tm Louid-U!- a, CERES WHERE Best coiikIi Syrup. Tasttst c"oil. Us In time. Sold by cniertsLs, AIL ELSE fAILS. BatawhH !),G00 CARPENTERS Farmers, Butchers nnd others CMUf CII ERC rlLCli.) use our LATE MARE of toUto Hand. Uln, Butcher. Buck, l'runlng and all ever. Two they cut better than kind of filers rrco for S3. Illustrated circulars FJIFK. A dress K. KOTll & UUO- - New oiroitu, l'cna. Our $15 Shot Gun now $10. tripi-.-miu- g. Barn-Yard- s. SiWoIiM RRr Gralln-Mic- dn t 1 EI :bewk 15 Mile BrtecliIoaJtr, $9.59. X4rmtotlJbtiU4CUlK cucix-uti- , U VA Ail fcia wtttitw s (atfUU-r- U W CX Tk4A CO d wmzs tajy m rawoL tt unuTj ol LADY AGENTS WANTED In eTcry town to sell a toilet article used by crcry lady nnd gentleman. A beautiful premium piren with every bor, which makes it sell on slphu For particulart, nddrcss J10IU.KV COCKLE'S 1 PILLS, SEW YOKE. FACE, IIA5DS, FEET, and all their imperfectloid, Incladintj racial Uerrlctaxrnt, lUiraai Scalp, SurT- iuo'ja iioir. . lariu Ainjrs. rharx.s Moth, FrcckV-4-iuui Kel .Vce, Acne. rOaek Heads. Scnrs. Ilttinfr and their treatment. Send 10c for hook cf 60 Deer. 4th edition. Br.i. U. Wcixttory, T S. Pwirl Stllbany .N.Y.. tMVd WX s auto-da-f- Uj s, "firo-wood- ." Car-bonica- faint-heart- ed ti These are new, be removed once a year and fresh soil stylish and very expensive. Large put in its place. It will pay to do this steel, gold or jet balls are worn on tho for its manurial value, besides saving ends of ribbon bows. HUCn I ii RAH I CU HACIUXU and KUU lor makinie iiuk jr, the drain. X. Y. Independent. ' Suede gloves still continue fashionontbrmall for Al. riRCI able. When will glace kid glpves reThe idea that chickens belong to J CO. . TOIEJK, OHIO. Suede is very well for the herring family seems to bo gener- turn to favor? but Rot In (ho world. Oct the genuine. JL' ry morning wear, cortaiuly glace kid aratariwdFrazer's. our Trade-marha Lustra aal ally prevalent with shippers. Trampled, looks SOU) KVEJCV WHERE. IPTICTgimTEfHALS. JCeaslnstoa better for dresv costumes and bruised and suffering from thirst, most Colors. Kenouisa Worfc. Wax Flower Supplies. Send for our various catalpjee. of the po'iltry that comas to market is evening wear; but fashion is a stcn Idall orders solicited. HOFFMANN BROI.. autocrat and must bo obeved. so n wholly unlit to use directly from the lSSMala Street. Clacloaatl, OtUa. ' yet to be made. The ta coop. While it is not pract'cablc to change is AaAMTWRKSSTtr?n!!rimYi7UtltU GOOD MAN send chickens to market in palaae cars, color of the kid is yet tho first choice, PUBLIC EHIBITIONS,c. to sh'p them with soms but black and various shades matching it is possible emmet tc worker; business in his section. Salary TtV regard to the comfort of tho fowls and tho costume with which it is to bo MCALLISTER, opticiu. 49 NaasauBt., N. Y. Beinrei in Bannfactor'gllonse, 11 Barclay atS.T. worn, aro for the stomachs of those who pay for a match shown for those whon prefer ACUTA can mate ft3 a day wtllnr onr HOME STUDY. LATIN AM IREEIat SIGHT, use tbe "INTEKUSEAICand who arc to cat them. Prairie gloves arc to a contrast. Classics. Samnle oasn and Cata the length most used for t.4il40flalT Imn.il ,,... . linl.llnfrB4 filatures free C DeSllrer Jk Kons, logue of Farmer. general wear. For evening the length sent Mr 6 rralm, with illnstrated rirrnlar enat- - No. (Q 1121 Walnut Street. X'aUadelpbla, Fa. iwrjoato i, t And a OQr Pickled sweet apples: For six of the gloves and number of buttons is cheaptnd ri.SKRSTVLUSof ! nSESlO TO SR A BAT. tamples worth SI. FIIEK. Lines notuedertheborse'ifeet. Write pounds of fruit, use three of sugar, regulated by the purstt of the owner. rOUSO tUlKW. CUrlmtall. o, BJUmSTItB SaJKTT MIS UOLBUtCO.,Hly,Wck. about five doen clovc3 and a pint of There is a slight disposition to use soma BLANK BOOKS. Bnr thero from C.T. WdODKOW & CO, A.N.BI. E. 1106 11s Walnut Street. vinegar. Into each applo stiok two of the pale tints so long discarded, as CtBCte"!. Ohio. Mention this paper when crtertEtr. WHEX WMirXI TS ASVZXTHEM PLCAM. cloves. Havo the avrup hot and cook well as the tan shades. Stitching In tat Uai mMTisi Attimmirt si m until tender. Poaches and pears nro black and colors is seen on many of the MM! SWc? Bcnr BesJaMtarti'g 7 ZV.'jrfo Zrorf, jRott fa iilgklcd lathosamgwiiy, TinHt, the barn-yar- d enters the drain should upon gray wraps. C1US. a. CIUTTEXTOX, FRAZER J"" k m AXLE GREASE. -- s"! ' WANTED Schcol-Book- Four-butto- tis-.I- as $5 $QVtt.-PMtad1ph- k - vv3 - !" J,. l.------ , j jeSS? sty n ;" - xtfE&ftu f. f g-il- Look for the Big Sign, i 7 With manv thanks to inv numerous patrons for past favors, I now make my best bow, and would respectfully inform the public that I have now ready for inspection and sale, one of the largest and most complete stocks of STAPLEand FA NCI DRY GOODS ever brought to this secAudMELLiRLE, embracing all the new NOVELTIES in all lines. My house is full to overflowing with GRAND BARGAINS. I propose to be Headquarters for 0 W PRICEslnd'D URARLE GOODS. I don't advertise tion of country. The GOODS A ItE A LL FIRST-CLAS- S the publicI think they have too much intelligence to be taken in by such transparent baits, I Hatter myself that J am doing the largest business in Hickman, and I hope by dealing honorably with my customers, to merit their few worthless, trashy articles at Low Prices to si l patronage. Respectfully, ." 7 . , j - Jidtl.r G ti.mal issues, by openly nml fair . or rather a series of riiljics over arisen, was should be sou-'h- t TO SAVE IjONEY.f t:snie iH'cause such itiMiiR did not ly, precisely us Democratic otes which J,'i00 population were scat-tere- d " " " on the morii'ug of Tuesdav and 11 Jbivou about seem to arouse. the burning conr-- . should be sought. "iiiimiii ' V Only tliree houses r:nliaare Wliolc.ile Headquarters lor al r be ajre of Ins ronvictiotis.JbiU It is a fact that Stone was a lust. llipiin'ssan(l contentineiit niffbtv-five- . nf Stone at Hickma?.. III K, lilitiv tlm iiimiIo ,...... are left lit for human babiiation, .,,.,,,..,. . nviil t ..,v HUHUUI.U (mi liininliiipfir tltn Pniiiinil Tiki (in Yip wnfc tllf lot (li'tllC lipm!( until i uii.iiiui.1 ui 4.,twuuti.,.i.vi'.. ......i IMM mwi... ad CISA&S.'j Capt. W.J. Stone, candidate for writhing for sin opportunity of de-- ' Claims, and that as such it fell to o'clock that evening. When the loujih. Perhaps a dozen are stan.b to Congress, accordingj fenso, leaped like an electrjc shock, j bis duty to recommend, and be storm descended upon them ev-t- o jllir in a precarious condition, the ami will job to (lealt-- ouly at appointment, addressed the't arou-in- g thi,$fflnurjfood, and did rccomniend, the payment of crybodj-- took to their homes ami ,,toj1e who escaped with their iricen;nlao tho r it 1 pnriod certain war claims to certain loyal waited witli bated breath the fate lives are completely ruined Jinan-- 1 SsHll ScSCh ind SllSSrior StOlC Sllllf, people, at I ity nan, in iiicicmau. sucii a round otur b on Monday last, mviniran account clothed in a wonil- - wWi y which citizens; and it is a fact that cUc- - which they foresaw. The waters riillly, n majority of them not be- - the be.it in the market. We alo keep r of bis stewardship as a member i only tbo inspir.itIn in their lomt discussions nean rising ami me wniu sweut inp able to provide themselves constantly on hand a choice selection Tl)oared Turner faulted Stone for so doing. through the lower stories of build- - with the bare necessities of life." of Family Groceries, Confcctioneriet nnd orsoT" of Congress, and discussing is- .)omiii vti ......oe r" nf .l'ruits, which wo will pell very low tor in li ... .....u b....v ..v ii'iiiiiii. Rues of National politics. lie bad' forth sent Il'C-i-S iIVVDa . i.n ii.i:., ii ... ,. iiai'i iiimii ill. iiii". ....... ..w .. inr'n. mi I iii 11113 ttiiiimii'ii l''i- - j.PtnliMriiim- fifim niPriOmiit r7 attics and upon roofs. !y"0.ilveHton to the relief uomuiittecj he cash. Please call and see ua. .'h terau-an audience of about 200 voters, seemingly, the Cfi tMwntPfniT ' anl heaviest Republican vote in pie into FU41UA A IUKW. here say: ''(Jalveston subscribes liprhans more, the hircer nart of ces vouchsafed to a man in de- - Mho "nistrii-.- t is r.n tered sit Padu- - 10 o'clock the first riiliie. which Jetf'l, 51,000. Draw on Hall, Hutchiiigs whom were farmers, from differ-- 1 fense of Ids o'ii hoiio&i Ho said cab, Columbus, Hickman, am' the twelve feet above the sea Saddlery aijd Harness cut narts of the county, who haI ' lie denrecatfd Ibe hrKn of this towns,i jiml licnco it is nrmieri that was ten feet under wator. fonse & Co.. for that amount." The .. r come oat to hear the discussion war business into tncpiace, that Turner is too shrewd a politician after liouso tell in or ras swept .Mexican schooner Hercules is between the candidates. Col. Tur-- J these issues had been dead now to meet Stone at the places nam- away, either burying the doomed liijrli and dry at a point called the (O) tit-- r years, and though ly? had been ed and make the same speech in pcojde in the debris or burling Oil Ponds. Her captain, Joseph 0 was not present, and his non-!2- 0 Tiiieirn 0C TAnniO iVl , bounded by in rAanlo, attendance was a matter of very regard to these claims that ho them into I he hissing waters. Cot- CJuibeloudo. repnrts that he was FLU M Wc invite the attention of the public to a careful inspection of our new regret. er parts of the district, he had hop- - made elsewhere, fearing that ho ton and stores ne.t succumbed louiid lor ev ui leans wnu jo. Jackson- ot , opposite Courier Office "We cd not to be necessitated to men- - would offend the Republican vote and Had ford and Johnson's bayou iitahogauy log, all of which are and Winter Dry Goods, Tlio flrcf li.i?r nf Stn.m's snpii.h - - - KY. i Stock of Pall in stating that it is by tarClothing, Boots, Shoes, &c. JIICKSIAX, .. In and tho Ifpmib'.ican leaders: or. ' were destroyed as completely as now .supposed to be lost. The iiovntp.l n ilif.iiain.i ttf tioti the matter at iliukiuau. the prettiest and best selection fell confident and crew wero furnished1 ...ti-11 hIia or Irtit i ilm cimn rliec rf n.. the economies and savings to the lSGl ho had enlisted aR a private t else, if bo failed to make the same if an invading army bad done the captainladroad company Willi pass- - A W EF .1 . uaIiyMpiI utnolr nf ii1f11os nnd by the ' New work made to order., HHrilMS. of the country through m the Houtliern arinj, screti tne charges, it would bo taken as a work. es to ew Orleans, and lett last I'rompt attem ion given to whole war, and at iis close re- -' confession that his previous fault- HOUKS OV TKKUOK. Cleveland's administration, and night. A circular will be addressto fi S A I IS I X d the cood faith .of the . .Democratic'i turned to Ins Home determined bu Hndmg was wrong,and that Stone's was a night of terror, de- en ny It . 1!.. . !.. lcI,l,a .r hio ,u,,ul"u,u position was ngut. in tins iue tne nuance committee 10 ii it ,,vt l" ,uu t..,n U1 ." Iiai.a party, in keepin"- all its pieduea scribed by sunivors as appalling. tho business houses in the load- of any kind. He has aecnreJ the pervices of that veil known nn excellent work- made to the people before assam discuargo aim io xmy nuiu mo true, is it treating tne lccpuuiicans People could only cling to each ing tiade centres in the country, man, Uncle nou tarri, wliicn 01 iteil i methods as fairly! In other words, won't all other and pray for mercy and for nig control of National aflairs. ,Tt earth and such honest living. He. cnl.1 Democrats or ltopub-ba- the souls of those whose despair- - wliile subset iptions from local and a Kiumutee of cooil and faithful work. 'ran lu wy&va in inv market. Our Stock ol Ladies and Misses Cloaks, . was noticeable that every refer-- ' ho could, an honest vm tried to live according- - lieaus, admit that he ought to take ing shrieks rang in their ears. neighboiiiig points hao been free apr21 since ence made by the distinguished Jackets and Short "Wraps, is of the best class of GOODS, made in the libeial they are suiiicient speaker to Cleveland or to bis ad- ly. Ueforc he had returned from an open, candid position, at anyg For twelve hours the storm raged andsupply the requirements only style. Also some handsome new Markets. As we sold t latest Persian of a by rounds' Washington. Col. Turner bad been and all places, on any and all qties-goin- over tho doomed settlements, to ministration was greeted WILUUllN'S out clean last winter, the Stock now is all new, and prices remarkably few days. It is to in gent over the District hounding tions, so that Democrats or ot applause. He said that the then there came a lull. Hope was ly impress upon the people of low. Remember we will sell as low as any house. in this manner, reading publicans may choo60 fairly down Democratic party had been enasoon revived as the waters reced Texas and elsewhere the immedia biographical sketch, in tween theml Turnei's failure to ed and the storm passed away. bled to keep every pledge made SOSTS. ate necessity of responding at e which he (Stone) had omitted to meet Stone at these places to the people in good faith, except The survivors gathered on the (Laclede Jilock,) mention of his record as si jects him to this criticism : and if most eleated points, viewing the once to the demands of this cathe one of reforming the tariff, estimates ho AT and they were prevented m this rebel soldier, asking some, if sol- - 'it be not true, then what is the scene of desolation around them. lamity.the Conservative figures that JilCKJIAX, place loss at such tStoue) was ashamed of his cause of his not meeting Stone f Tho "houses that bad stood the achv tlin combination of the Kenub- I have tlie best linker, and make letter, will It is further criticised that his tion of the storm wero completely it 10(M00 icquire from 7.",000 to (larger loaves.,) whiter and sweeter lread, licans and some dissenting Demo- - Jier record, and to others, if he to 111 he crats but an overwhelming ma- - ' Stone) had not been a guerrilla, failure to meet Stone at Columbus gutted. There was no food nor of the case. meet the. emergencies than anv ISakery the time. citv. Al.o. Iceread on hand all "party "e- - Stone here gave a detailed and Hickman was attributable to drink, saltwater ha ing invaded iority of the Democratic - .. " . . . a .....-.. .... i rr. a. ?iit i.T cream, Lemonade, and .1 choice lot nf Con:.n.iA.atintAi i:oRHBriiK, .. . bad made an earnest ettort to wniemeiiimuuBiiiiB mwicu m nis luainuty or unwillingness io overytliiii". Then the search fectioneries Creuni Uread ut Wilbnrn's V ILL WILBUKN. keep this jiledge ; and he candid! v tie army, his company, regiments, compare records, face to face, be- - for the dead hPgan. T'.ose who-- e , It utisster, X. Y Oct. lb Give me a call. aii"13 admitted that so long as the Sen- - ' brgades, Captains, Colonels, &c, fore the voters of these places, bodies lav ninioned b the ruins tie severe gale of the last two which have been previously with Stone, as to appropriations 0f i,ollROa were recover- - :vs, which did so much damage ate remained Republican and the - XOX C1IAS. iHll'dLAS. House Democratic, that there puUished in the Coukieij. In- to savo these towns from being e(1 ont ot- .,V marshes ai some of the lake ports, did lit- - IIOUEKT !K)f(iLAff. mdestroyed uy tne river. uBuiig would be no change in tho pres- - me'mi nuun ih hi more eornes were taken, and like- - tl" injury in Hochcster or vicinity , .13 iu " " vi rauuean 1 inner s uiiniiu m wise buried. The death roll wai .V'houg'i a haavv se.i was running iu.vDOUGLAS BROS., j cut tariff law; and it was a spe- cies of demagoguerv for a candi-- : asnaned ot ins war record, lie meet Stone was assigned to sick-dat- e then made up as follows: Mrs. lake at uiianoiie yester- uie e for Congress to hold uj) to pictuied in terms of superlatively ness, which was a justifiable Frank Turner and two children: li.- - it did little harm. A large New Grocery and Bakery; DEALER I S d people the idea that anything seornril indignation the reputed cuse, but the next day Col. Lock, wife and sewn children, old J'lr.u'.in iste.l schooner, running be acco nplislied on the war resold of bis distinguished- ner published a card announcing Mrs. Locke, Mrs. W. Ferguson . 'iidter, failed to m ike the bar- (.1 the Muiitgomtrif Stand.) comjictror, Col. Turner, his bellig- that he would not meet Stone at and three children, lr::dfonl Hei-rt.irifv r it H irlotKi and drifted rap-jli- . in favor of war, any other appointments because Will Veep peneral assortment of Fam to the leeward of the piers. and daugbtir. Mrs. Albert .. """,""-,l,111s et.nnii The latter part 01f t.;- - hpi.n.11 erent spucches :.i r.-- Miumc ..i ily liroeenc, loniccuoneries, tYC, anu j ummot iu :.. !.,.. lie nail .. ilgl CCll IV, illiu1 .i:.i .. I1UL llltl illib Lambert and two children, Sam- She got out an anchor, but it did was devoted to a discussion Of "lo Iiaker. Uoods keep employed a nrnt cl SII1D8, FARM IMPUffliST'. to 01 inc. sickness as .... .i- -, bis own services in Congress, and r.i.i;..f oitng men ... 1110 countryloot assign r. :...:.. .i.i a cause. r 41. uel Uurwick's eight children. Mrs, iot hold, when the wind shifted all ifsh and new, and will not he under,K ;. !. tii , ,1., I.;r. tni.ni iiiiwi. ummoiic ku IIIC III Luminal essel sold. ICilllClO ll II1U Shell YValley and foil.- childrci., Ho the northwest and the .n All jtinc23 Courier, whether foi or against Geo. Stiveuer and lour childicn. was evident! v dragging her anchor. (CMntou Street, Corman & Co's Old Stand ) Colon.--l of the ith V bis tbght . Turner, whether Democrats or tr. Franimhnll, wife :md Krnud- - 'Her name was not learned. A Col Turner tIe .1. C. l'AKTLOW. r .t,,c Kepnblirn..to co.v.cr four chittr;gofi.ril siRsistiincn. bat it was J. F. GRAY. Jil invited ,.t ?t- ....... ......... to com IIX'CllCliil H1IUIH.HUUUO m fViiuu, .1 .1... r -, nro bound ..,1 admit,. son; Mrs. S. (Inliicr and child, Mrs. t..... . v.......-w... n. llilh I. ...I .... l.i.tlti.ltlflJIIlO nl IIIIIL-declined. Anotlier schooner, sup lllilt IIIC OU Ultll.lt I...,. ilk .III .Z dren, Lonzo Smith and pare his accomplishments iu one and there cringing anil kneeling treated Turner with fairness, and session with Turners seven ses- to the Federal commaider beg- - with that distinguished courtesy Toochake's four children. Jack posed to bo the Queen of the And get your Ulsicksniitiiing and general "y-'fc&.ie, anchored to the windward Kepairiii done at Toochake and seven childicn, Mrs. sions, but vet he was willing for ging to n jud to bo and respect due a man of his take the oath, Hawkins aud tliree children, Ir. of the niers. being liable to make T TP w twrcrrrjf. 1 p'.Tr the comparison to bo made, put-- 1 rT3. " aa WIS. protection. It is no exag- - ncnt ability, ago and position, ami George Smith, wife aud four chil- the harbor. ii V ting his one year against Turner's eration to say that Stiiie's elec- - in this instance, il simply speaks trt ' dren. All the above were white ( Corner of Obion tnl Exchange Street,) . "r"1 . six years, lie then cited the num- trie eloquence 111 defeise of his of his Ei3 action in not meeting his- people. The following is a list of t Ki ber of Claim bills, several bridge assailed record as a soldier seem competitor according to establishHICKMAN, KY., tne colored people wi.o.c oouietj Jiiiss Goods just received, at. . . appropriation at Hick to impart an ' bills, the 1.to nearly to Prices. Otir Good Work at J. ami;i:kgs Sons? I have ?cciircl permarirntlv, one of the finest workmen in the Stile, nnd will man aud Columbus, Grand Chain, ovnpr ni'in ill euthusiasu iiu i riiuiiii ed custom, and leave readers 10 jmVe been recovered and idemioctl-t- t , nioito in in nisi fie(i. KiCVer Johnson aud wife, m ke ronfinp and dnnin? a "jKia'ty draw tneir own conclusions as &c as evidence, of his fai l.fu CSyjIII.I. WORK a specialty "TB3 t d the cause or purpose of his fail- -' ,jilcc y.ewis, wife, and brother. Motto I wilt nt be undersold, even in la'gpr cities. f : f ' , work for lus District Hedidno ,. i is revivJOHN F. GRAY & CO. ure. d Jiichard Ilembrick, wile and lic edTiik Sedgwick scandal claim to have tormtilated any great , mar20-l- f .Mr. J. M. .Martin, who fe d b) a children. Iwishes to establish its truth to .n.ul,.,,v,.ou;.,(ustatesmaushin. "'"" vote for. svmpatly, that ,. he y , . TO THE KKS"UE. sinv DELUGE OF DEATH. the satisfaction of Secretary lay- ' simply asKett to ueiuoged oy ins Z 7 .1; I. 11 iiiiL 11c uuu ;iiiiucs.3i:i11. its cuoiia qualifications, his record and his j Yesterdav morning tho regular ard. Probably Seeiotary aard HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS m &: is'is-fl- '. to local measures in the interest character. stern-wheabout the steamer, cali- - knows quite a, I ESP Complete Destruction of Two imckct Emily P., arrived at John- (iivumstances as miini .1. .M. .Mar-- 1 stump" of his people. On every KY. HICKMAN, as .Mr. ed the It is a fact, that no imn present t ; ho had challenged and defied! Villages ill Louisiana to Or- tin. Sedgwick was retained by thai stone's, son's Jiayou and brought will Turner, or any of his friends,' speechcontrovert,spleiuld and fathe Coverumeut as an attorney ange as man as r.he could carry made a (and he renewed the challenge at (Comer of Jackson aud Kentucky Streets,) un- -' Esglif.V-iiv- e sixty people. Not one nf for a specific purpose. If he failSome People Siirici about llickmau,) to name what he had vorable impression. present JbSebri.s or Urouitcd. them had anything but what tlie. ed to pei form hi.s duty in that ca- -DEALER 15 in accomplished during his six years changeable Turner iiin to saj-Ktond in. and mauv of them weie jacity, or, while perlni aung u.oispaid him the compliment in Congress, aud no one could inintiH hiits. slioe.s. oonts and dress- - irraced himself and ., is client, he Italian and American Marble a fine speech,' ., . ... . name but one single bill that) that he had made delivered, &c.. Tlit Rininln(1-- r I.lr F'leilip es. Their wants wero promptly will ieceue no inriiier empio- that it was well MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE .llitiIi-flit die Ifruiid Turner had passed during his ami it is a fact that several hereKtitinliiwl bv the pood neoplu at men t trom that source. Tiiat is whole six years and that was to STONES. OPENED, with new STOCK, ou ami out. Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. men, came this place, and the refugees were all there is about iJ. Courier-mad- e Turner JUST buiid the Federal Court honso 111 ' tofore strong voluntarily reasonable. Patronage solicitul. New Okleans, October, JO. comfortable for tho night. Journal. received a fine lot of stated to forward and l'aducah, and he charged that Captain Stone that they intended A dispatch to the Times Demo- This fSnturdsn) morning the Kmi- HAVING Italian Marble, 1 nm pr Turner had voted against tho ap- - to support him iu this race. A nobby line ot Keady-maoe- ! crat, dated Johnson's Bayou, Oct. ly P. and the steamer Lark will ' pared to fill all orders. Call and txa . .. John- rnfnr.i nnfl frnin t . lOlifP lllilKC rCif-- Ol.llllinv:, ....ri iwliilo j n it riiic'iniir ' ur work propriations necessary to the com!.. iil. . niii. hi..? loth, says: The village of i..o.....r. oc 130-- 1 SS5 Orders from the country poraptiv pletion of his own boasted work, son's Bayou is a high bridge on ular trips until all are brought to Go ids, now ready for inspection taay'JS and that the l'aducah Federal Why Turner Does Not Attend. the sea coast, and the bayou, from a idace of safety. All the people, and comparison, at Court-hous- e would be a J. Amueug's Sons. few who have largo siouk There is no mistaking the fact which it takes its name, runs ruins if it had been left to Turn- that Gol. Turner's failure to meet through tho inhabitable parts of save a octl It abandoninterests, say they have er's vote. With all of Turner's Stone in joint discussion at that section of the settlement in- ed the place foiever. They aro loud mouthed pretentions,' and j 1 which is nlso situated the nost- descendants of a race of people oi...i..,0 tn! MANUFACTURERS OF " I of tho question DEALER IX ho asted Statesmanship, this one rUUllUUII. WUlllllluua, ua&uidll iiuu office, known as Kadford. 'lhey who in the past made Johnson s 0r The discussion common edttca ,4ni,,tR. ;B ,.i,,..;..rr. Federal aid to bill , was all that the records could !..ii..-- r..:.wiD ot o .i;o...i,..f. nro in Camarou narish. on tho Bayou a vast orange grove. Frost tiou must result in good in Ken-cam- e s how for his six years service, lie . them, and then tuck v. It will arouse new inter- nil, tlin miction is in tiiA Louisiana shore, six miles east ot and ruined ASD ALSO. .., SiiIi'iiig Pass. Tho bayou is ninc- said Turner faulted him for not .?. .Ii.-- r u i . they turned to cotton and sugar! est ,, j,0 ireneral question ot ivumubii".u u'i nv, uuu- it . lllUlllllB ,. hav nig made a taritt speech, Net's Seines, Line, Hooks, and nllkiml es m length and varies and stock raising, only to meet popular education. The more the mi .!..' T,.n, w ... , w teen one to four miles in width - . lsUtJa gf lushing Tackle and Supplies, at a bar he (Turner) made one that electn Stone i" from the fate of their forefathers. Ut subject is discussed the stronger eaiH. Groceries and Fs rail v Supplies gen lied the country, was copied into demand for ample proS.000 head of stock which It has been cuStbmary, from Kidges face the gulf, twelve feet the national Democratic campaign time immemorial, throughout this above the sea level, and in the tho tiwx imvMii lmr.Rtpil ft (100 are will be the the education of all rally. rv.w.z. vision for book, &c. It was probably true nnnnlpr tti oil t'l IlO TTllinil rear is a dense and inpenetrablo lrowue(1 wuiIo tno remainder will children of proper age poor and W.ll. I'liUJIMKK. C. II. DOUULAS. that Turner went to Congress and ;f folRbngress to marsh . The population of John- - d- black and white. f lnh.8t ag sllI th(J wnter matie a speuuw, aim searcu uie meet in ioiut discussion, declaring son's Bavou. last Tuesday morn Kii t. . . . spencer, one 01 uu PLUMMER & DOUGLAS u men would their position on plic.qUcstiouB, ing numbered 1,200 souls. Torecord and inhabitants of tho place..say.ehie L Ho larcc lot of Woolen see that that was everything on aud trivintr their v of that number aro is his third storm ho had experiABK XOW EEA1IY yOR ALL and argu-tb- e day eighty-liv- e earth that he did do made a mentsf to the end counted with tho dead. Forty of enced, having been through the siery, for Ladies, Misses andatChivotors SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS speech on the tariff. He (Stone) may know, from thpi wn months. their bodies have been recovered storm at Morgauthawin June last, ldren; prices so all can buy, J. Amuekg's Sons. of Couitr y Troduce that may be offered graves in the and at ludinnola in August, lie made a speech on the bow they stand on could have e questions. and consigned to octl-l- t tariff, also,ifhis ptide and for shipra ent or storage. Special attention Why has not Tu :t uoutormed shell reefs, while the decomposed was making a handsome living, forty-liv- e bad permitted him to steal it to this time honored custom at corpses of the remaining given to supplying northern and eastern Secretary of W.vn Endicott bodily as Turner did, from "tho these points? lie festering in the marshes. Rad- markets with bird skins and feathMr. Marshal, of Illinois, speech of ability as a ford was very thickly settled and ers, lie loses over 6000 in pot- is said to bo so seriously annoyed WHEAT, APPLES, && Turner's splendid and distribute it over the country political debater is conceded by populous. It boasted of its cot- teries. Mr. Spencer was formerly by the petty jealousies of army W lieal as his own production. He con- all, and hence his failure to meet ton gin and cotton and cane plan- editor of tho Bloomiiigton, 111 officers that he is disgusted with for rrHl. Sacks kept on haHd lla- tinued the discussion of the paral- Stone at tho poitits named may tations. It was the head of navi- Pantagraph Ti.nrftiHiinoRt!mnt!i everything having a military ce at New Depot W. B. Fa lel between bis one aud Turner not be attributed to any hick of gation and the stores were many. ing tiie loss! as there is no way of '.vPr' i iwl contemplates resigning Warehouse. six years service, the essential ability. His friends would resent Principally among these were ascertaining the valuations ; hence his position. jly2 points of which arc familiar to the such an inference, nnd his s those run by J. Paverto, who also to say that the towns aro it out an- suffice public. TO YOUNG MEN W. would not- make such a operated a gin and turned produc- destroyed and abandoned. A LECTURE DIESTELBRINK nually 800 bales of cotton HIS WAU KECOED. charge. SAKINE PASS. I..OMS of other On the AND Therefore, his failure to meet ed iu that section. The A. B. At about this point of his Houston, Tex., Oct. lG.The stores wero owned by PATENT read a note addressed Stone must be attributed to some speech, he Smith & Co., and J. Giiffith. following dispatch has been reto himself, from Mr. H. P. Hawk-- - other cause, or purpose, thanislack General merchandise and other ceived from Beaumont: ''The ad"TO space to name all articles, bat bo ins, of Hickman, stating that on of ability, for while Turner Xntura on merchants constitute the train which went toward Sabine Anil IFlllllflll ;tic of rmiDftl Treatment Xl trouble to sho,w goods. Lecture cure Wakunt, or Saturday a newspaper communi- mitted to be a political debater of small The today as far as the track allowed --Swrmatorrhoeii.l dnwl by Mf Alm.e, Involun- andome and see, at the corner of Troy MEDICINES community. Ky splendid abilities, he is also known commercial cation was being read on the Nenom lability and cotton and sugar cane has returned here. Fifteen bod- tary Kmisions, impotency,Konerally: Consumption, and Moscow ATenue. East IlicVmpti, Hickman, containing in- to bo an astute and splendid po- handling of the district was the ies were recovered on tho high ImDttliineuts to marrURO and rhyilcal Incapacity, streets of in Erileify and Kits: I. sinuations as to Stouo's record litical manager, and would not produced industry. These ridges land called Back Bulge, west of ic.--Uy KOHERT J. CUliVEKWKLL, SI. admirable FOR SALE. author. In this Aurxf failing to principal The us a soldier, liisideously inquiring make the blnuder of tho richest and Sabine, and were buried. Six Lecture, clearly proves fromof Ids o n experience feet dry Cypres Building these composed some of maybe; 200,000 the aw fill conenienres as to company aud regiment. meet his competitor, at Lumber. Also, 100,000 fertile grazing in the coun- bodies of women wero recovered that remoTrd without dangerous surgical op. Stone's reply to this polite note points, according to established most8,000 head of cattle and hor- on the west shore of the lake, two effectuallybougie, instruments, ring or cordials, and Fencing tratione, Cypresg ShinKle!. try, certain and ef TDHETkRTlCLES of' Mr. Hawkins was as fine a custom and courtesy, except for a ses being owned by the thriving colored and four white; one being pointing byout a mode of cure at oncematter what his BOXDUBAKT & DREWRY. no which eery suffert-rcheaply, oratory as ever fell from purpos. cure may marl- piece of community. Communication with that of Mrs. W. A. Junker, of conditio" may l, and radically. Then, what is that purpose? &c, &c.f Sets the lips of the silver tongued through Carlisle. Mr. Junker is still miss- liiT" jTii" Lwturt Killprote a bnou to thoutatuls ami &c, &c, &c. Republi- the outer world has been Iu this freo race, the P.reckinridgo or the lamented in ing. Tho steamer Emily P. reSnTuniler seal, I LOWER and LOWER. can vote is as mnch an element to two steam vessels, both owned r'' envelope, to any al- Prentiss; and no newspaper Bradford, turned from Johnson's Bayou, drws, stamp' on rw:fil,t of four cen,', or two All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c and Prescriptions filled at any hour of tho day or uight. King night bell after' W Addre. however partial, could do be sought by the candidates as Johnson's Bayou trading vessels La., to Orange, and reports that .inrra as cheap as the cheapest. I will not b , o'clocki r. st. de- the Democratic 100 vote, without while a fleet of Office Itoi, bis style, manner, diction, or place wore ll"n't.,c York, X. JOHN VTITTiNO. undersold. the waters of the Bayou. those drowned at that jmi4ly livery, a moiety of justice. His either caudidato compromising plied pictured is Johnsou's Bayou, chiefly colored people. The deaths discussion of the tariff aud na- - himself as a Democrat, but it Thus rTB TTTnTCUAW " RrlTTPTEH ! 'rrr.,1.t,S'IJOW 1 ...., i - - - I J NEW FALL A1TD -- . . -- I iii-u- - - m . I f .1 ! - -- - .... WINTER GOODS. 1 . like-question- s oth-geuer- C- al -f ! , A tax-paye- rs -- l - -- . jr 1 fair-minde- d d """-- Jic-liii- ti be-fro- de-tiie- d m MM sub-mak- 1 WEWE!,: I J. AMBERG'S I j x - -- -- !lt spi-odil- v .1 lAlillS5- EfOIl.' O. B. KINGM4-N-- m - - a-- i ex-th- Tur-conl- y 1 ,n,nt J tit-,...- i.-i- 1 .- Hardware, i mware, kh g !..... . Ic-"- lilll-llllllllC- ll - 1 -- I .?r".t ... . STOPS A-T7- 'Mm'r, emi-give- m J, rcz VW. 1 1 O FT tn &c & m Rock-botto- skv-scianin- ij. i,.,..!., f. ": ' el HIW xiaMa 90gfB' : 1 I 1 . - ,.. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, . ii. s. i- - W.G.KINGMAN. to-da- y ',.,..., J ! ... .,'.,. F. S. CASE, HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. Family Groceries; I ..f -- p.,i,. -- .t J 'x.jg' 8 well-to-d- o, 1 fair-imnue- Hickman, Kentucky. self-respe- ct , W. COWGILL, DEALER IN US-Offi- eno-mie- - DRUGS, Trusses Family Groceries. pnsr t s uorM-rcnoKiif- tl iW-Abus- e !, .,-- , hiin-e- lf lv ac-cout- Y.-- It f- - "'SaS' -- m- . (if 1 1 -- . 4" u'itt.St-- , J! A Mr : ""f. wee- 1' I r. 1. 1! fc "itf. t 'ft- 3; - - iSSTx. "'tSfs . . . IT i -- .jrr-t1 v U $ A- - -, . . ... OUR DRESS Department is fairly teeming witli Bright, Fresh Imported and Domestic Novelties, such as were CORDUROYS, never seen here before. greater rush than we have had for the past two weeks, while ' HICKMf&N, NEVER BEFORE IN THEarc HI T OF never before iiave Has a handsomer stock of Goods been on exhibition than we showing on our counters. And now CLOAKS, We Jirfi Bhowintr d liahdsb'mS 's lino of Ladie'sj Misses and Cloaks; iu all tlib' fittest StyleB . r Gbil-dren- s we seen a DIAGONALS, .: WIDE WALES, SURGES, ! Xj o et d TRICOTS, tlOMESPUNS, .COMBINATIONS, SILK STRIPES, HAIR LINES. Silks, Plushes and Volvetsi rialn, Striped and Brocaded. SMITH, ELLISON & CO. ! Our Prices Our stock is complete in every respect. pleasure, to show goods. Jfter a Load WITNESS BEHS TC" I-o 23l A"Wai7 F 33Cv" TO.THE .A. Every Ciistc3iierj T THAT It is nd trouble, We invite each and all to call and examine our goods and prices. & En Uj7& aiaA wesL but NEW MARKETS; SHORT WRAPS . , . JACKETS: IN DIAGONALS, BOUCTiE . Wo have .ilreauy Had a fiue sale on . - AND.CLOTH: a I H?3 The ifi Hi CLOAKS, and the reason is that wp have' the Styles, and our price's are right. Don't fail to call and Bee our WRAPS. SMITH, ELLISON . & CO: LOCAL NEWS. We are authorized Jo announce II. K. TA.YLOK, of Logan county, as a caodi j ! date for Superintendent of Public In struction, subject to tlie.actio not the Democratic State Convention. "FLOWERS - THAT thF k mwt V i ?? greatest "--- Dritni ttic c nupuuy are billed to jflay in Hickman, audio- morrow night in City Hall, in the to-nijj- Il.my Webber popular' i HUT 44? y Squirrels are plentiful in the bottoms, and great numbers are being killed by our hunter-friendUew Carpets and Oil Cloth Rugs and .Mats, are offered cheap, at iflife JF. AjIbkugIs Sons. s. throughout . the couulrv sneak iu . ..lusuegt praise ot this companv. We select the following from the i. comod.v of the centur., and lurfc.7 The press Three hundred dollars for a base ball park iu Hickman now, can't we have the college ! A fresh supply- of Family On ceries alwnys kept iu stock; also, a new and fancy lot of Glassware," Queensware, Library and Hall Lamps, which are nice and cheap, -- i i i i Are drooping- their meek heads on account of autumn winds, we of the Courier, that we have now desire to,emmd-thereadein stock for fall, one of the most complete and elegant lines of rs J at J. A3IBEKG S SONS. BY - S5 octl-4- t Remember, that Tuesday, tho 2nd day of November, is election clay. gain in Short Wraps and Walking RtsilT,. Jackets. Call and see. J. Amberg's Sons. our octl-4- t be-- We will give you a big bar- NOTIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS, &c, that . i t.-i.-i. it was ever snown on tlie counters ot any mercnant tioim- nusmess in the Purchase. And we wish to impress on your mind at the th:it. WO the adxentuies of lie cunning, This ne.l.g emictl, tho Institute Com,.; LANCASHIRE. Manchester, England; HARTTOB'tt rnffiNlX.of detectives with breathless inter- - turned attention to the regular iiartfonl.Coun.jijl&UANCK cumpanv OF NORTH AMERICA7ftc, && est alterna'ed with roars of laugh- - work of tho Institute: J'rimary AAD TIlii tcr and vociferous applause, last Heading being the first subject, Vehber, as "Nip,"' was was introduced by our worthy night. I MfffUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW ARK, N. J. great, and his support were fully Supt. and discussed by the leach- up to the lequirements ot their ers. 0kkice, at Moore & Landruiu's Drug Store. loirx. ine audience was ucngiiicu Other subjects were introduced with the various features of ex- by the members of the Institute, cellence. We aro sure tho com but general instruction was given wm mm pany will continue to play to by the Supt., who has been a ery crowded houses nightly as the im successful teacher in this Count. Two sessions of the Teachers pression made last evening was & ,u,c best achieved bvanv companv ssociation was held during the w,,ich waa 0,"su,izel C(l 1 Lexington Ky.) Transcript: "Nip and Tuck" is one of those rare pieces that never seems to tire an audience, for, although it has Jj gen pcrfonniMl Mjvercil times iifEESngton by Mr. Webber and, a large audience follow- - ders. The Fulton County Teachers Institute, met iu Shaw's school, house, Oct. !, 1SSG, live miles east of Hickman, Kv., and was called' to order at 10 o'clock, b. Prof. ,1. IT. Saunders.j Sitiieritneiiilent nf - i this Count v. kcIiimous exercises conducted by the same A part of the morning's exerci- ses were made up of Prof. Perry's Annual Address, found on tho ."3rd page of the Courant, Sept. nmnber. This was read before the Institute by Prof. J. 11. - iu:jI itt.istuto. INSURANCE, TPTO.T3 . i i i,m mm J? T.PM1 DRUM & ww HlH W m Ti TrkT? tS Mifl DAVIS, T fir' A Atmmrs FOR THE FOLhOWrSG COMPANIES: Sutui-conipfui- y, TIMS TBttZD .ITD T"ZEtf& TSSTE33; Em jlished society young; lady of New Orleans, is visiting her cousin, airs. Jos. bohm. Tho best stock of Men's and Hoys' Ioots and Shoes to be found, with prices very low. ,1. A3im:no's Sons. out 1-- ii competitors can or inn sen tiiem. c are determined to do tlie business oi the town litis fall, --The topic for discussion ' Vv'l(iCS aU( stock have anything to do with it, our success ci!rU lv,idis already assured. -ts"ndCaPsa Prices and To tllC iirtidcS lltOSt (lcill lo leminine iiearr, we na e snven J. Ambekg's Sons. 'ofsnnftiJil nl.tmition. and no "fiiir ' ..v. lmnlf1 An .,, tho in- ... x,m.v ..w .itT v octlit in4-inr "irf'T KJl uuu Ck1itv uui ui&jiidj . Our Miss Emily Klein, an oiu sni t ri i ... are Onerino- thoso , - o-nn- '1 P Cm in.W lllonoV Ihail JinV ' OI It i. new to our city, butthe presr President IVof. W. H. Hallard, of of other places speal highly of Hickman, Ky.; Vice President, I IKj; lights"' ian -- 1 o"?"!"' RE H II will be performed. Onieers ot the Association Mix. -- . it." Mr. I''. Iveln; ! Sei'i-etrirv- . i 1 J 1 The followlii'' soeifltv itom in ciation was well :ittemliil lv tlu -,. ..... - n will people of the neighborhood Sunday's Courier-Journa- l four have a local interest: Miss Lillie dais were very well spent. The Turner jiave a tea Thursday even- - Pending Circle was also organiz- - )raper. - The Institute and -.- R. Asso-- 1 A ti "' Wo 9N nfToMnr tl nrmlni nf I'lnin. Mcililim .1nl Pino I?T"RVTTTTI P . n..il.. .. duceil prices We cam mil hue at all times, of Cl.iirs, Kockers. plain and marbla Table?, Kureati. Wjuh-stand- s, Wardrobes, Chamber Set, Mattrei, Springs, Ac e guarantee our nrici to be the lotcesi. Inicllicnt investigation naTs. therefore we invite 'our iuvestisatiou of our gooJs. We are hendquartera on TJNDERTAKEBS4 GOODS carrying the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Burial Casea of any fum in Wett Tennessee or Kentucky. We discount all cometition in this line. Kepairing and Job Work a .iecilty. lini-spH- L- 7 . i i - 1 m necom-,lU3LiV- j i l President, Prof. V. II. Vice President, Miss S. ?'yof xiio.su preboni were: O'hara; Secretary, Mis. A. E. Draiiigtou. Mrs. Oscar Turner, Misses Lilhe per; assistant, Miss L. D. Miller. This is the third session of the Turner. Sallie Marshall, Carrie Duke, Annie Hollaway and I'au-- i Colored Teachers Institute iu this nie .Maize. Count De Koiesta, Dr.; County, and it was well attended William Gtirtiths, Messrs. Dudley by all the teachers of the County. Mulhkiii, Charles Hubbard, .Fas. ininocomii io roresta, seneta tuol,ia" Le,.t!?!,al XVash ed: Pal-lar- d; lS?Store Rooms under City Hall. TEPMEZtS & SIAXWKfl. D'o R. T. TYLER, Prest. U. BUCHANAN, V. Prcsts R. I;. ALEXANDER, Caih: I j I : 4 1 I lsusiness on all East and cs More railroads are booming. freight is offered crmk railroads ?JiMls than they can well handle Our Dress Ginghams, Prints, . Cce.. cannot be excelled. -A embrace all Novelties, from foreign and domestic looms: I'ui Luii ... A TTin.'T'n'a .&..&. .. Ji J oclL.tlt TtrChica-ocashwlscatlsseliins P.-nbabl-y Qnvu .V... xiian jljuii vyiibii, vuiiad ixatt jjuiiciu oiviin, ousv Henrietta, Corduroy Suitings, Jersey Cords all shades, French cots, &c, Avith buttons and trimmings to match. Ilemeniber, tliese goods arc only r,x,,,l ..,. counters. We l,.,,,. v itps, 'til oijn nitnjiei e mtihujauu) ea e.ip) ess! jo) us, ana - , , lower than it has for ; i nifl years. work ot L11C laiO SI 10b Ii1lI lOligUlS, IOl T,ul:pC5 tho plain jpmb'.ers. It will probably v I A.,,, t) CailS ollf"J XMallilOlS Thhm DOUtllL 111 ff 11110, aiKl ail be UM III a few days. "1 . . ., . UlGll, as COinuarCCl All shades of Flannel, Knit KHOWS iilO Slate 01 tilC WOOl twenty-live , V()U X 0 , eWh-malelTtX- S in this lillC. AIio -- Ax-r- ?IS,fr.Sv ourcoun.ers, and i-- cml )oSq SUiOlO artlflOS attention to quality and pri- it 'IlOliSCS Call L)OSSlUiy OxlCr lllOni. Ambekg'ss uv-li-- L I we invite spc-- "X present time, can . inform you that we are prepared lo, and fY, l i scl'i y()U !20 POP COllt. , , market ol the problem, as WC ever agiler oi . x. ami .uaruia uoper, Ilcan, prcscnu.,i OIl'lhe sulljtl.tiageiioycar8,7iuonuiBaiidi5day8. aixlman ofnbili-- j Sheirofe!reI htlVC all'Tlelsa-BcholH- r a i,,.l.il,ito for ty;:tnd at Pliilrlrmi State Superiutcudcut of Public i,cr ,ieath. it can well Ihj said of Josie, ttuti of ,nA . Will meet in the Pantist church, Sunday afternoon, at ,'t Im- Prof. II. K. Tailor, of Pus-sel- l o'clock, bubiect tor ville, Ivy., delivered an ad- "Christian Hone." Leader. J. T. Walton. iitu dress at City Hall, Tuesday night, vited. Everybody cordially in-- 1 subject 4,Kentuekj'.s Tri- - naming his l.w.l. Iw.i.wr A. A. Davis. Sec'y. !r..l.l... ) was Popular Education "in Ken- .A.I. oiatuary. llllll...- - .i.i mi ,.,.,, iulhj .iwiucob II'!! j Thompson m....nl.rnl.-HlU.tUIV) and .las. Puckuer. Paducah Standard. ( KonrTni-xo- v V'1 HI .11.1 III!, Willi..!.. Tfllll.llll j HICKIfiLl IY.B1IK. IIKKMAX. CAPITAL, 850,000. .& .rS -- ' Died, Oct. '2m, SSG Sarah Jofephine. Being regularly organized and ready for business, we respectfully olicit the patronS5 of all. All collections made for depositors free of clmtge. Approved paper running three or four months, discounted at the rate of per cent, per annum. We OUC V 110 IliStniction. . ItakrS'lllo j ,p-h0i Willi tllC : The firm of wlio-ssi-i- Phthe & Milner d about tuo weeUs-i-o- , ouamih - that she had uoencniies; and a kinder and 'more amiable young lady one never met. Ssurrounded by her kind paients, brothers al1 s,sttfrs" !l concourse of friend,. 11. BUCHANAN. T TVLER. CHAS. BALTZE& GCO. It. THRELKELD. I-- L. UNDERWOOD. R. M. ALEXANDER. W. C. JOHNSON- - indeed be resumed. Clieanor lilUil OtllOL. a pleasant piece ofThis isfor more news, ...i j. J. Sons. is conEddie, our earrier-boy- , by sickness, this fined to his home, week. If any of our readers fail to get the Courier this morning, BOOTS AH , Trz9i-&&- 1 ,f,. that we can meet death with no re- Highly in morse of conscience. j society and church, and dearly level by nml cl.i,sniaiw jn Sabbatb- icnternrisinjrpentlementhan these,1'" ll vas l '? Fart .Wl.lh Der- - but i, t - r.u.i witnn oh.iiiRV uod m His uivmc wisdom prena '" j.oomcrang. us nil to meet her in heaven and there wear a crown of righteousness. 'Blessed llieil creuuoi.s, .win int. .... wi, rr,.i c"r DUTJaO-ISDEALER a "S5. a. si T IN I CdEu57! 1 they w:li please call at this orticc. Fine Dress Goods, with trim-mings to match, lower than ever, at J. .oiberg's Sons. 1 octl-4t- . -- . .. The clear crack of the pistol 0. isoften heaid to breakthe stillness bllOe Co.! JlailllltOll-JDrOW- n ot tno night m uest rii,.,T IT which causes the cheeks of wol'Tadail El'OS. & Co. men and children to pale with we torn: Where's the nirht nolice? ,.. r .iio'n , , ornn , rnr r . - " vivo hjircrniiis. niifl .Yi , i,o "' . ,k . .. JZt .4 I ATfCOAO ilpnu'c Our lines of Custom Boots and Shoes for Men and Shoes for adies, IMisses and Children, are the productions oi lour oi Ine 'liocf foffii'ipc in f.ho li Si viy' ITrkcc lri ( Tircrrlrr S3nrr Mnrl , .' " die the Lord The Fultonian suggests the are the dead which saith inthe Spirit, from DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. that henceforth. Yea, IJ. S. Murrell for they way rest from their labors; and their name of Judge Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, He is a works do follow them." SUNDRIES, TAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical use. the next Legislature. splendid man for the position, Whereas, It has lcaed God, in His AGENT FOE THE imi.l ".!, i ri tlllTO it ll( WMtltS infinite wisdom, to remove from d ir midt siptcr Josephine Koper, one of oui beloved to in our opinion, but wo doubt esteemed Sabin 'inns oiner inieresia woiuu juiiiiii sistersschool the church and scholar. bath ,lim t0 accci,t a candidacy forti.o Resolved, That, aq a church and Sabbath WHITE position. ml. An I n 1 a jii 1it i(. unit t rx I rf til feilOO ,i Co., aild tllC WOl'ld 1'eilOWlied iliAf i.ivo, y short styles. Call and see the quality, price and fit, before making your purchases. J. Amberg's Sons. oeil-l- t ""' vwiiwit.ii x.&m..'X.m.! ht inn ..ow ever, ".... aima iiiir i..i ioii'r vjiouks, inau " 1 oT-rrn-i' , them. were fortunate enough to secure some While in the market, .i" ,. nronfisn In fyvi iln linneiit of sanu: to'as 'vow a. -,.-. -- 1 w -- -- -- w w -- ,- I . I 111 kw Yvi;iiiii;t;" : i. 111 , j. . m'SM m. i -- Existing conditions in general lines of business point to a very satisfactory fall trade, both in vol- 1,000 yards GOO " ume and values. Great confidence " is expressed by the dealers in 500 " every line, and trade is pouring in 500 " from all directions to the business 200 B -- A. IR, ebb, Cr Jk, X " ' Prints, Rubber worth centers. We have a large lot of Custom-made Shoe's for Ladies, Misses and children, which we guarantee to give satisfaction. J. Amberg's Sons. octl-4- t 100 T,000 ' " "- 100 100 doz. - Caslinierc, : Canton Flannel, very heavy lied Tick, extra heavy, Crash, very good, Bl'tMornefetic yd wide, . Ladies Handkerchiefs, iuuu o ail nuui ijuorto, ll i V " ' " " " oc 10c, 10c, our pri l i( (( 5c -- our merciful Father, knowing that He do eth all things well. Next Sunday afternoon, at 2 Resolved, That this Sibbath-schowill o'clock, in the Uaptist church, a mi her presence and influence, but her Boys branch of the Y. M. C. A. removal will only be an incentive to in- Willhe organized. All bovs from tensify our efTorls to meet henna fairer wttcr clime, in which, we believe, Hhe tl.n m to 14 veai-R- . "7 will bo received is enjoying the emilc3 of our Heavenly jtubers. Mothern are earn- Father. estlv reouested to conic witn or lUsolceJ, That we tender our heartfelt send their boys, promptly at the sympathy to her bereaved parent, brothers hour named. Mr. YV. IT. Jackson and sisters, and may God, in II is infinite pour has been appointed by the Y. M. companion, heart?, the balm of consolation nml sanctify her death into their C. A. to take charge of this branch not only to their Rood, but to the good of of the Association. the Sabbath school ; and may all be reunited in the beautiful home beyond prepared for thoae who love and scrro Him here. H. BUCHANAN Resolved, That these resolutions be spre ad upon the Sibbath-achoo- l record, and a is the only man in Hickman that copy sent to the boraved femily ; also, that sells Ackerland & YYylor's cele- the Christian Advocate and Hickman be requested to publish the same. brated Tailor made, perfect fitting Ai.tcs McCi.eli.ax,") Clothing the best Rcaily-madol rf ' SEWING MACHINE PEESCRIPTIONS A'SPECIALTY. ' I I R. L. lOORE, can be found over Poweira Grocery to attend night calltf. - 20GBS, STATIOfflBYp (o) WHERE CA3f I BUY RE AIL V A IVE? A SUITA15IJR lie . PKESEXT AT ITS Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the BeautH ful and varied stock. CoU-niE- K MRS. JENNIE GARDNER, at new store, stand, has an endless variety 61 i?ooks an d Jb'tey Stationery, Papeteries of all styles and finish, Pens, Pencils , PorMKos, Lap I ablets, Albums Card Cases, Cards, &c.j oc., and Toy s in cnaless v arietVf jTuqua & DcZ?ow's old - o 20o,'I""""" 8c, 8c, 10c each, 5c " 40c pair, wrtnlli C HH nuitw yiiw, 1 1 It" a tc te tc J i i l i 5c 15c oc 5c 3c each and cheapest in Iiickman. They cannot be found in any other house. -- Elca Xoosan, Delia Thomas. J f Cora. Towels,.T- - 50 10 " " Mr. Frank IT. Middleton, a brother of Mrs. John R. McGc-hee- , of this county, died, Tuesday night, of heart disease, at the Maxwell House, Nashville. Mr. 31. had been np, transacting business, all day Tuerday. Ho visited ibis comity some week3 since, and was a cultured, scholarly gentle- n ' 5 A.UU, UbJX'HUUKI V..J....i, (t ( " Men's Overcoats, 25 4.00, tc " 5.00, 25 " " " orstcd Frock Suits, (big bargains) worth 815.00, 12 75 Pair Men's Pants which we will sell at 50 cents on 1.00. ' 10 Cases :Men's heavy winter Boots, worth 2.50, go at 2.00. " " " Snorlnt ..w.o.iw uim.u TTnr1nrel.;i.ti.i, Tll.iAi1?lnnr.l ritrnrclw'rfc u " tc tt ( .i I our price, ' J .L -- L .L ore than fiftvlives were lost 1 coach by a tidal storm in Sabine Pass 25c pair early Tuesday morning, and the G5ceach town, which stands near tho head i i r f me $1.00 eacn "' u"o oi ii.. mosti prosperous ports on the Gulf of Mexico, was 2.00 almost completely washed away. .3.50 Port Eads, at the Mouth of the 10.00 Mississippi, was also seriously damaged by tho storm, which swept from tho South Atlantic coast to the lakes. f i Council Proceed! ligSrf Hickman, Ky., Oct. 19, 1SS6. Council met. Present, Counc.ihnen Witting, Cole, Kamage, Rogers, Fethe and Hertweck. The Mayor being absent, Councilman Wilting was called to the chair. The minutes of the last minting were read, approved and signed. ACCOUNT ALLOWED. gtfl irI SILiI-A.BIi- EI The following account war presented, and being properly approved, on motion were allowed, and check ordered issued for the amount : man. The following are tho officers elect of the colored Odd Fellows lodge organized in Hickman, last week: A. Collier, N. G.; C. V. Wiley, V. G.; A. Devme, N. F.; S. A. Barbeet P. S. ; J. M. Hayes, E. S.; J. W. Brown, W. T. ; R. P. X. F.; R. Pratt, Y. C.j T. McConnell, P. N. G. e of enclosing a The base ball park at Hickman, has taken definite shape, aud the work will soon bo in full blast. Subscriptions for stock aro coming iu very rapidly. More than half the necessary amount being raised in a fewlionrs. Merri-wether, enfe-pris- Bondurant& justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. H. BUC5ANAN "We desire also, to prepare the. public mind for a few squibbs RlyEtt presented .i list of tbe The City only Bonds that are likely to appear in subsequent issues of this most excellent is theBrown man in Iiickman that outstanding Clerk yetBank on them,together ROOFING A SPECIALTY. River sells Dcsnoyer's (formerly with the amounts wheih due paper, which will emanate from the fertile br ins of some of our Bryan & Brown's) waa ordered spread upon the n cords. Council adjourned. Shoes, Attest. competitors, and will read something m this wise : 'We will dis- Boots andThey offertho best in On motion, W. L. McCUTCHEN, America. one thousthe count all advertised prices." The columns of this journal are open and dollars reward for any detection of any shoddy in shoes OLD to all who have the money to advertise their prices, and we are with their name on them. Every j LOVERS OF THE BEAUTIFUL xyuy chuiiol uc imii Should par AIRS. OSES' in any other CHAS. A. HOLCOMBB, not afraid for our prices to appear in print in public, neither are foundttiuiaiiicu. house. we the kind of merchants to take refuge behind some hackneyed DEALERS Lne ilicliman cornet imnu ' visit, where you will find phrase aud Say What We Will dO. Our prices ShOW What We ARE serenaded Capt. Stone Monday hand, a large and well as.sorledalways on stock of and Feath- DRUGS, MUCUS; Hats, Bonnets, Laces. Thelatch-strmg- , TAINTS ill lilfit- doing. Wouldlike to see you in our housesoon. pliment by ers, and in fact, everything to be found in speech of thanks, complimenting KILUKEf;? hangs on the outside. Very respectfully, tho band, (and the music was BA.NK BONDS. world-renowned Dreary, for lumber S8040 Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kihfls of Hardwafi which are offered at OKE PR1E, and that the very lowest the market C. C. THE RELIABLE .1 V EMPORIUM A Flowc-- s -- A nm "? f ex- FIRST CLASS STOKE, . ! e J 5(P ! jsJ Orders promptly cellent, &:.) The crowd dispers the times. ed cheering for Stone. filled, and prices to suit tc: PRESCRIPTIONS ry i ur T CARh r J i. ' COUPO.VNbkDi $ l :jgjA - jfat C "' T&h!lk HJv jr Candidate for Re - Eleetitpi FKLT.or - to-togr- ess from the First I n, voimsr mA for West Point, tfM'2L,..:.. ' unt'Vve duu eif auy one As to the bill to reduce the inter,-- hr passed the examination tnm is now tr iihS.anco to in ftverv est on the national debt to 3 'pev, in the academy. I could liave had om men leraotyjiai- th ople" , I UOJiV in the Naval academy also, had seemed rne? wnt-...,... ., w. Mr. Tumor rlamis to havic one been a vacancy; iu ttt oenevts too post nice but alas, lor favored the reduction and to have Uheve made speeches in this district in fa- - W boys of the district ! The boysheople, and that no inombor f Con- s hfiu a right to undertake to v- vor 01 it; out 11 you win reau his ot Connecticut suited Mr Turner icard hit pergonal friends witlh them, circular closely you v.ill see that he buter than they. but his duty is to try to reflbet the does not deny the charge that he reHIS APPOINTMENT. y This I have fused to vote for the bill on its final fie says he did not recommend or will of the people. rned to do. I may have made somo when his vote would have request his passage, son's employment in the been most effective. He dare not Government service. "Well, if I had mistaken, but if so, they were made honestly aad vitb uo disposition to deny it, for the Record of .January a eon in the public service I would nagleet any owe. 20, 1831, shows that when the roll never make such an admission as was called Oscar Turner Jaded to that: but it does seem that some WAR HECORD. vote too cowardly to vote against poor farmer's son in the district Sow, as to the question of my it and not manly enough to vote for uiigln have had the place. service 'n the arnvy, 1 did not bring it This was the most important 'As to Capt. Ed. Warren, he told it into the canvass. Mr. Turner did ever before Con- mb himself bill to that the place Turner it, and did it with malicious intent. while Mr. Turner was in that g?t for him was that oU'ltuning gress Ee oommeneed labt July to tiy to body, yet he failed to stand by the at the Capitol, and that he prejndire the people agaiuat me bj people of this country slortry refused to do it longer, and mast be ashamed of my on it How is this for a friend of Uen. Williams got him' a place in saying service in the arm becauso I did the people? What good does it do tae Government Printing office. net mention it in tbe CDgressionaI to make speeches and then fail to As to Mr. Hughes, I know noth- Directory. He tells you that vote on bills in the interest of the ing, but the young man from MarLaflbon aud Biackburn do people V It is voting, and not sptak-in- shall I know was working as a labormention their pervice, but fails to that passes bills. er, folding and handling public tell 3ou that Hon.W.'C.P. BreckinAs to contested election cases, iocumentb. This sums up Mr. Tur- ridge and do not mout'Oi Mr. Turner says he never failed to ner's record in six years' service in aaythiag many others about it. Whetbor I was Mr. Turner made his, that is, by vote to seat a Democrat as I asoronress. a soldier or not makes ao difference making a tariff speech when some-- that Miv&ttnier failed'to vote 011 as to mj qualification to represent FEW POINTS. bill having no referenc m 0 re tKa n twenty-fiv- e calls of the .ui&jxndoion-jmpration- . thus vio roll on contested election cases, and Mr. Turner charges that I did tbe people in Congress. It does not lating all proper rules ot debate and these-casenothing to justify an endorsement qualif' or disqualify me for tbe the most prominentone doing no good to any man on earth. that involved the seating of uiW and nothing to reduce the burdens place. I am not now, nor have 1 or I could have followed Mr. Turner's seating of Mr. Dibble, of South Car of the people. This is a statement ever boeu ashamed of it in any waj, example further and read some oth- olina. These facts ?ior ha re ever asked for sympathy or are shown by tlnJ wholly gratuitous and false. support on account of my misfortune. er man's speech and claimed it as Record. I voted for the consideration of my own. Jlis great tariff speech Mr. Turner also failed to vote on the Morrison tariff bill : for the bills Air. Tamer's charge that I have, is can be. was simply a repetition of a speech a question as to whether a resolu- forfeit! ngthe various railroad land as fuhe as untruth army in August. I entered the madejby Mr. Marshall, of Illinois, tion offered by Gov. Knott, of Ken- grants ; for the resolution providing 1SG1, and served continuously until in 1S70, but attempted to be sent tucky, should go on the calendar for for the purchase of Government Juno 12, 1864, when I was shot. as original by Turner. I out This is consideration by the House, which bonds with the surplus money in the proven by the Record. As to his laid iw the hospital until May 16. the Treasury, and for every measure of speech having anything to do with provided for the forfeiture of 18G5, Northern Pacific land grants, as economy and saving to the people E. H. when I was paroled by toGeo. Hancock's defeat, no one can tell, shown b3r the Record of July 25, presented during the session. Hobson, and allowed but certain it is, it failed to aid in 1882. no time in making speech- turn home. I spent He What did Col. Turner his election. He also failed to vote on the ques- es on questions not before the tries to explain how he MR. TURNER'S RECORD. canio to be tion of consideration of the exten- House, but gave my time to an earAs to Mr. Turner's record sion of the charters of National nest, faithful discharge of my duties a candidate for colonel of the Seventh Kentucky .Regiment, and says, in Congress, I ask in all candor, banks. Ho denounced the Nation as a representative of the people. what has he done ? He claims al banking svstem in unmeasured looked after the wants of the "some companies asked bim to serve I to have secured the adoption of an terms in his stump speeches in the people in every way, and especially theax as colenel, and 'I said yes ;' " amendment to the rules requiring district, but failed to vote on the their local interests. I introduced but after making tw speeches to luu ayes ana noes to oe called on question in Congress, as shown by over forty bills for the benefitofour them, the election was held and he approbation confesses .the record of May 13, 1882. people, and secured the passage of was iavited into the ranks, and he iiitii, iiu uij uia eaid No!" And this ended his milou.jjvuu tiiauanmu jgeveral them, rule in order to iiass the only Dill Turner's conduct in Congress, and vf tjilicraofon tno and have a number t iv!" wwrrr it m ."... u biwwwww vnlcnvlur tluvt w 1 can see ne reason why my failho ever secured the passage of while I assert that I have.ma?de no charge hope to pass at the coming session. ure to meotien my in Congress. That bill was to ap- not borne out by the Record. I reported to the House over 650 army in the Director service in the so soriousjy propriate 3100,000 to erect the pubclaims for property, growing out of A SUMMING UP. affects Col. Turner, uiless he feels lic building in Paducah. The rule Now, in the two columns and the operations of the Federal army that the district, having been was suspended and tho bill passed, $x his in Kentucky during the war, and and no man can tell how any mem- more of his circular, giving Sim- the appropriation was made, and yean represented by se distinguish- ber voted on it, so far as the Record record, what does he show? claims hare been paid. Citi- ea a. Military nero as nimself, should ply that he made eight speech- theseof inclinashows. every county in this district etill have a man of war-lik- e intro- zens es in I have challenged Mr. Turner ,to duced fivesix years, and Record have received pay on some of these! tions t represent it. bills. Now the THE BLOODY BHIRT. show one single bill, except this, shows that he only secured the passage claims. have not raieed the "bloody that he passed in six years, and he I haye defied Mr. Turner to show i of one bill and one amendment to anything he ever ha,s failed to do it. did for our peo- shirt," and this matter never would He voted against the necessary the rules, and that when his bill ple in this way, and so far he has have beea in this campaign, but Mr. Turner lugged it in and continues appropriation required to finish the was passed, it was done;,while that failed to do so. building at Paducah, and confesses I same rule was suspended upon his 1 have advocated and secured it, s.nd I am compelled to reply to it in his circular, but tries to excuse motion. THE CADETSH1P. I have more legislation beneficial to our it at every place 1 speak. himself by saying that if the Sundry people in one session than Mr. Tur- replied wherever Mr. Turnor and T Each Congressional district is en- ner has in six years, or would Civil bill had failed the money in ha?e mot, aad on these occasions needed to complete the building titled to one young man to be edu- twentyto judge the future by the much more severely than in his abwduld have been appropriated. cated free of cost at .the Military past. I stood by the President on sence. Please tell us how, my dear Colonel. J Academy at West Point and one at every veto he made, and either I have treated Mr. Turner with You offered no separate bill for that the Naval Academy at Annapolis. voted to sustain him, or was paired, all courtesy due frost oae gentleman to unether. I have iavited him fro purpose. The truth is, if the com- Mr. Turner, during hid six years in and 3LT. Turner knows it. all my appointments, but he has at- pletion of that building had been Congress, never put a young man I did not do as he did fail to left to Mr. Turner's vote, it never from our district in cither one ofthesel vote on important measures. The j tended none of them, for no other rea would have been completed, but schools. To show his action in that truui ib, x never iauea 10 vote, or son that I ean imagine than that I would y be falling to decay a matter, I here insert a letter 'ad have my vote off-sby some one the facts bresght oat in discussion monument to the folly of Congress dressed to me by .the Secretary of! else, on every bill that came up we:;e mere than were pleasant to in appropriating money to begin a the Navy : while I was thero. I never dodged I him. ) Navy Department, He left the district en the 14th of building and failing to complete it. AprI12, lSSo.J Washington, or shirked any vote. There never MEXICAN PENSION BILL. Wnx' wr .T. Rtome Sir: I havf the honr J was a member of Congress but was thi.i moata aad went to Leuisville, to On the Mexican Pension bill I theackwledo tho receipt of yur letter of paired at Borne time, and Mr. Tur- and from that eityissuee bis circular 3d lutaat. The paired in favor of the bill with tucky Flnit OonereasloMi district of Ken- ner was no exception to the rule. teho people of the district, filled waJJ boMe vacant for the appointment of with a gentleman opposed to it, and my a Naval eadet In July, 1882, oy tl e graduaI introduced and secured the pas- sonal misrepresentations and a peraption of Cadot Louis Duncay, war ob me. vote thus counted as much for the pointed In 167A by the Secreury who whk of the Nnvy, sage through the House of the bill bill as though iny nam had ben. tho Representative hsivinr failed to make a u) unuge uw juiq at irairo, at at His campaign lias been one of repre. oear Turner, recorded for it and his against it. 'nomtmtt.-aan-district, jriw noticed ofwho vacan- height ot bo feet, as is shown by the peisonalities. He has never talked the sented the July 7th, 1832, and requested to pomtn'ate I was absent from the House when cycandidate for tho SoptemVer examlniv Ian. Record, and no twisting that Mr. fivs miautes about national politicsc a the bill passed, having been sent as No nomination was mude. On the "th of Turner can do will make it appear in the canvass, and his circular coa-tiMarch,1883,ho was ngain mtlfledof the vanes in the same line. Consequent- one of a committee to attend the cancy, and he nominated R. E. L nelson, that I ever advocated a lower ly, I have had to reply in the same Septem- bridge. funeral of a member of the House who failed to report. Onthomh of U ber he way. who represented a Maryland dis- report, was notilled of Mr. Nelson's falluro and requested to nominate another The difference between Mr. Turwas made. Perhaps he believes I have no Bnt no But I took the precaution to candidate. of March,nomination Turner was ner and myself on trict JRiver and 1884, Mr. On the Gth see that the ettcct ot my vote was I again no'lfiodof the vacancy, aid no nomi- Harbor bill is, that I secured the ap- ability to make a tariff speech, but Secretary of nation having been not lost to the Mexican Pension the Navv, as requiredmade the filled the ..v- propriation f 825,000 each for he is eeascious of ny ability to pre-sebyjaw, his record lo tho people in deacancy. bill. . Hickmai and Celumbus, and the bate. Thero can bo but ono cadet from each. Mr. Turner voted against the district, and Cadet Stlckney, of money will be spent there, while Mr. CONCLUSION. First Mexican Pension bill on' the 6th Connecticut, charged to thewill notCongress- Turner never secured a dollar, bull graduate ional district of Kentucky, New, day of January, 1885, as shown until 1890; so thero can bo no appointment tried to make the people believe he I earnestly solicit yosr votes on the 2nd of NoCongressional by the Record from the district until then. Very Respectfully, did. vember. W. C. WHITS EY, of that date, and all the ex I have secured the appointment to I havo bfon want to be of the Navy. Secretary faithful, earnest and I planations he can make won't change places is the public service i thirty 1 Mr. Turner's excuse is that no citizens of this district some young diligent as your .Representative. the Record. He voted against it shall never be able to express my upon its final passage, when his young man in the district can stand m en, seme middle-agemeB, and vote, if given for it, would have aid- the examination at these schools. some old mei, several of them ex giatitudejfor the favor you did me ed in doing justice to these gray-haire- d Now, I ask the people of this dis- Confederate seldiers; but I have in electing me in 1884, and should yoa give; me your votes again, I will veterans all over the country. trict if they want a man in Congress put no man to cleaning spittoons. massive-brainepromisto show by my efferts to who will stand up and tell them that How does this look for a s TIE POSTOFFICE. serve y)u acceptably how much I intellectual giant, who tries they are less intelligent fcthan other JRespt. " As to postmasters, I have never apprecate your favor. to deceive the people on every prop- people ? W. J. Stone." refused to consider the appli. Oct. 2f, 1886. After my election 1 recommended osition ? Citievs, A circular issued by Hon. Oscar Turner has just been handed me. in which he charges me with having misrepresented him in 1113" speech at Cadiz and at other' places in the district, and attempts to justify hira self for his failure to accomplish anything for his people while in Congress for six years. The charge that I have ever misrepresented him is false in every particular, as Jus circular and the Record abundantly prove. His misleading statement that my Cadi, speech was published in the Cadiz Telephone of the 15th of October, after his list of appointments had closed, is apparent, when ii, is known that the speech was made on the 7th of OcTurner's own appointtober, at ment lie has, on every occasion where he haj spoken, attacked me for not having made a speech on the tariff ;it the last session of Congress. 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