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A.XH i The Oldest Newspaper injWesvern Kentucky. . ErrvELOPEa, L2TTER-HEABILL-HEADS. D SILLS, rf- d i 1J5G? INVITATIONS, MICE OP SCBSGKIPTIOBr. ESTABLISHID1IS59. IIVTER-STAT- E HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1S86. SUMMERViLLS'S tVater la tlir AV.IU -- VOtMMaZ atIio c; ETC., ETO, OAXii Artrt obio xrsv Sr CURRENT TOPICS. C03IM3KCE. SHAKES. AXOTJLEIt SHOCK. Violent Movement of tho Earth at Charleston. Crack, Cautb'S: MneU -- A Tlic'jt,, pID A VEIL. tbo Light W r THE REAL RECORD. Actn.tl StatUtlrs n to Cliaii;es In tbo CHll ,erlcc Tlio Department "f State I'n-leJlr. Itl.iiuu anil 3Ir. Itaj-jnJ- . Buxd Tom's last name is Wiggins. 4, i It is a dull day that does cot b ing a wa "tumor from L"nropo. Vr. Astok recently ordere a $350 baby carrmgc for a grandchild. Nova Scotia's npplo crop is larger tbU season thaa.for many years pas:. James C. Floou has just finished 0 dwelling'bSan Francisco. The Pasteur Institute fund. Paris, hw reached the turn of l,4i,W0 francs. A rAnMEK near Albany, N. Y baa raised potato weighing e ounces. Brnoxt spring tbo French snnr will fcave new rifles. It will cost f SO.OOO.toOt. A secket society of servants for robbing mployers hai been unearthed in New York; a"2,-0)0,00fifty-fiv- A Supremo Court DocisioaW portance. Sfntn In. ItUlu; liccumo I'artluiuaUi- - !ioc!c. Sam-mcrvil- jr Cf.tt urjiHMiini; luunay i.f .... ir:uiporinllun Constituting tiren i'urt of lummcrco Amouc tlio Slic Sol a Valid Ijiw. ..., T day night. There was oue shock at to-da- y CiiAltLnsTOK. S. C, Oct. 21 Thero has oeen no betfciuic disturbance Uoro since Frilo scarcely mii.vgtos, Oct. 25. -- The United Sates - drcwon of rlcwto - thubject of mter-btarnrnnmorta 1 .t. cision which wmai:r" ""-"- u even than the subject. It probably gofcAa thW" tho asser ion of the power Government ov r tlw commei! 7-- ,f "vawji m uv iao iurRr t. fo-m- .timnortaucoon er "i- T- - ?:"fVa ' but for th) fact that it was pr ceded by detonations. One serious reiult of tho shocks at Summerville Friday afternoon is the general hm; of water in the wells. One case at the depot stiows that the water r 31 feet, the gencal avernge being from 0 to S feet. In a special instance tho water roso 15 feet in n well, rtmamed at that height beveral hour. and tbn fel 5 feot. Observations also show that tho water was extruded almost invnnably from t or gcyecrs made on the night of ijrc-ptib- ls Sum-mervillo o Au-rus- at 11:10 a. m. It was 31. .. -- . s v lv. vV 13K r IRt i;- - ' tt-- L : ft li " ,v- Uichigan. A e .r.KEL of cider exploded near Grecn-TillMich., the other day, and broke a w omau'u jaw. Jouf iloAcu is raid to have cancerous trouble in bis throat, similar to tbaYbf General Grunt. Tub juice of half a lemon in a glass of water, without sugar, will frequently cure a sick bcudacho. Chicago Anarchists are threatening al binds of ve- - gcance on the prosecution in the recent triaL A PuiLinELrHiA burglar recently printed an indignant denial that be was ever a New York alderman. Sullivan is going to England and thus we arc nearly even with England for sending Lonsdale over here. Tiinicn has been discovered on lands near "Williamsport, Pa., large deposits of yellow ochre u four-fovein. The Bartholdi Statue of Liberty is to keep her power electric light burning all day and all night. Simon Cajieuov is the only survivor of the S?nate of Polk's administration now hat David L. Yulee is dead. A palinhkomk in actual existence is of abaker in Yreka, Siskiyou Countv, Cal. Toisisit: "Yreka Bakery." Bo tak no "I told you so" has rlson to assert that he predicted, several months ago, the storm which destroyed Sabine Pa,3. ATniuviNO businc)( is done in pom American cities in letting oat dre suiu The charge for an evening is three dollars A wom.ot working in a cooper-sho- p ai Kalemazoo, Mich., can make as many ban-ela day as any of the malo employe IIekbt George was once the private sec retary of AbramS. Hewitt. Now thej aro rival candidates for Mayor of New York. It is reported that a daughter of General Buckner is about to go on the stage. She will conceal her identity under a stnz-name. The feeling in France against every thing German 13 So intense tuaz tuwatvvtiKya manufactured in the fatherland has been interdicted. of co"vniercc 'women in EngTiieus aro twonty-sovtimes, t hat V1' th- - Stato m'ebt cho'" r& lish prisons, undcrgolM penal rervitudo for restraints :, which Intcr.dra r c'auso lrnpo'o JVjrtutlvHi wa- - the cotnni're cur1. wcro originally infanticide, all Biicecf ?iv:rsrO Kiitenced to J power to resulate commerce atnonff maa 'tvoa too isteem of his A Dak with fortrfgn ;,a:n,n. us lS:s tf betore. was amfii.T the most towPI,le bv walking seventy.five miles Court ba said the Putdect wli ch proinpt-important of that be might pay a nolo 'exaci' the formation of the eoiifctltut'n, ai.'! would uneiiiL wasuue." be a Vtrry feeble and almost useless provu!on. Two letters written by Benedict Araold but poorly adapted to secure tno entire lncdom of commerce araonp the Ptatr dated six months annr n. proposing which was deemed enwn'ial to a mor: p"rfct are saitl union by lh f rawer of tne inarriege to two different if to be identical in terms. , at every Muse of tin; transportation of :om1s and cnetMf ihroutrh the country the Stato PiiiLADEUiiu has xrlre daily papers within whose limits a part of the transportaBoston combined, than New Y'ork o tion must bo done could while New Yorir his more theateri than conctmiru; the price, eoinpensatlo i or taxation, or ai;y other tvstrictiv rcsrulation Philadelphia id Boston combined. with and usrlouply embarmsbin this coaimoreo." TnzitE aro now twelve Hindoo missionaries in this country who have come all tho A Twelve Ycsr 013 Murderer. way to the Unitod States to convert us poor Leiuxos, Tdo., Oct US. Otto Hillig, n heathen to ttie right wayof liv.ng. famiT living five ra.lcs from this city, was Tiiekc are now S,MX) milc3 of overhead shot and fatally wounded venterday afternoon by Charles Motott. tto wires in London. The local authorities a neighbor. Younz ilo'ott si have control over tbo wires only whore throwing at Mr. Htllig'n wo htUo there is an interference with the roadway. dtughter t,tone thu:r father appeared and when hm fngntn'-- ld.n away. The A" effort Is being made to havo the pay home, piocuieda bhoicun, boy ran toaad ittarncd of the teachers of tho Philadelphia public firt-.- l th charge into Mr. Ilillig's bodj-- , schools Incrcaied twenty five per cent. It fatally wounding bim. appears that the haveboen miserably unA Dago Duel. derpaid. Ueadiso, Pa., OcL 25. Two Italians emThe Bulgarian question In its present state is getting to bo a chebtnut. If tho ployed near this city, fell in love with a countrywoman. Czar does not make a move one of these voung and jta'iou of each otbr. had days hen ill lose his prestigo as the Euro- They grew then came to blows. Today words and pean bulldozer. they went into the wood, crmtjd with rifle, each paces, TnE old bridge of Ayr. in Scotland, made meamred off twenty five fireiL f?cedfell to Une memorable in Burns' 'Tho Two Brigs," is other, and atth word tho pronnd dangerously wounded. The to bo demolished. It is G years old, and otherfled, taking tho thanner with him; was built, like the pyramid of Ithodopis, at the sole expense of a s ngle lady. Tomatoes Are Not Frclt. Oct. 5. The Treasury De O.ve of the peculiarities of a STApound pumpkin jgrown'atNewburg, N. Y.t Is that partment baa sustained the action of tu ltwajs fed on milk. A root was nt out Collector of Custom? at New York i as auie." it? from tho Tine to a basin full of milk, and slngdutvcntomatouas"vege exempt fran importer claimeil them to bo it consumed a pint of fluid each day. dutyaa "fruit," A BAcnrxoa of East Grand Forks, D. T., Sentenced. gavo a dance. Among tho .guests wcro , GnsEM-iEMJMae?., Oct. 2.V twenty unmarried young women. During the evening the host proposed marriage Eugene S. Thayer, who poionel his boy with strychnine, ple4ed to fifteen of them. They all declined with guilty ana was sentenced to tho Sate V- thanks. Z prison for life- The common nutmeg? are poisonous in Dwelling Wrecked by Natural Gat large dobo. In a case which cams under medical treatment a lady hod eaten a Detsoit, Mich., Oct. 25, Tha bout ot whole nutmeg and a half, which caused John Lafaber, near New Baltimo e, Mib ', extreme drowsmess, then jcreat nervous was wrecked by an explosion of natral J excitement, followed by subsequent de- gas. His wifo wus slightly injured. pression and pain in the region of the Geronirns Caged at Lc6t. heart. Pessacolv, Fi.., Oct. 25. Geronirao Tun Princess Lucy and General Joseph rived and confinwl with fourtaT Rhenbeck, two midgets, have just been other warriors nt Ft-- Pickens on Santi I'ensacola. married at a New York museum. Tho llosa Island, opposite m . .. Princess is a blonde, aged nineteen years, r. A Young G rl Turns twenty-seTeinches tall and weighing Howelu Mien.. ct-- 25. A thirteen" twenty-threpounds. Tho General is but v. ai girl, named Lena little larger than the bride. Tho fat girl, yrar-ol- dto the reform tchool atFairbanks, ij cent Adrian weight 4C5 pounds, was bridesmaid. for TEOr. John Lawbexce Scluvajt, InterA Curious Way to Commit Suicide, f viewed at Pittsburgh the other day, boasted that he had made $'0,000, spent $401,000. Bchlixgton, Mich., Oct. 25. A ttranf bought if 1,000 worth of clothrs recently and fiiicidy occurred near hero late lait ulgbi E. J. Wilcox, aged GO, waited until tii has "the prettiest clothes yon ever saw." the family who died recently other members of outside the" had retired A NonwEGiAS lawyer and then (stepped door and e$ was such an enthusiast that bo willed all ploded a dyuamitocurtndgo under his am; His property for the purchase of bicycles fTso report urn ternCc, and the fragment for the school children of Christiana. His of his body wcro Mattered in every din tion. children will contest tho strange bequest. Injured by a Gasoline Explosion, jt The chestnut leU has been superceded by ber "WASiiiSGTOJf, Oct. 25. During a fire the liar card. When the McCormick's grocery store come too enthusiastic in his exaggeration t barrel f" the listener bands him a card on which is jurin g of gasoline exploded, seriouslylag twei re persons. The pecuniary priated, "I am somewhat of a liar myself." ES fW,VW. ATOCMBianand m young woman of Peoria, Hi, have made a wager upon the The New Silver Certlficites. fM fate of a Congressional canvass which Wasuisctos, Ost. 25. Tho publis'lj v. wakes the forthcoming election a subject to tho effect that tho new fiilfr sta graTfl coscera to them. If the candi agrees to certificates will hae tobacaliedin becnit date is qsestioa wins, tbo girl saarry the Man. If he lose, the man agroes or the bad quality of tli paper of wb thoy are made is contradicted at tho Tre to aairy the girL urv department, o complaints b electric light pole wsi been niaJe. As eighty-foraised at Eliaabethtown, Dak., and the following sight a wag placed a common Terrible Wrtxk oi the Lake. laatemeaitstop. The citizens gathered Wix.Mrr.o, MAf.Oct. 25. The value ai4 as iafennal aaeetiag was held. The the brlgautsne Owen, which was wreck IsWteiHght coMpaBy was condemned, near Fort Churchill, Augmt SO, with h that yarttwlar light was pronounced cargo, is estimated at 100,00a The crei Ifctrwtr stow kt tkcoTtriag ana passengers, wnw twenty person clung to the wreck until help could be tei c fceadei Katie Putnam, the actress, has on income of eiO.ft.0 from her fruit farm in e, '" ffWerVqrcd? rf ot G.OUO-cand- lo the-sig- s a ttie state rights scLool. The comrasr;ii conswmenca of a logical cnforceiai'itof this lecls.on wi bt very great. UritSy stated, tho majority of th court say:- "Wcniuit. thrrcrorr. bo'd that It is not an.! ncx-c-r opinion of a lat been the dcHU-ratmajority of this ou t that a statute of State which attempts to rcsulute tho fares tnu charge by railroad coiiipanIe- wlthialiu iimits for a irniiiijrtntion which conetitea a part of commerce atnoc? the Slates, U a valid law." 4 Tbo cass comos up from Illinois, and & knowu us tho case of the "Wabash rnilroai Tho basis of t e suit was the charge that tho IVabasb, St. Louis and Pacific Itailroal toninatij-hail- , in violation of uitnute ct tho btate of Illinois, been guilty of an un; just discrimination in its rate or chargeJ, of toll and compensation for the trauspo tation o freight. The specific charga that the railroad on tho simo charged E der and ilcKJnney for tratibportinf oi twenty Jivo jwunds thousand good and chattels from Peoria.in the Stat of Iilino.K, to New York, tho sum of thirty; nine dollars, berng at tbo raw hundred fifteen of c'nts pounds for taid carload; ami XhM on the same day thev agreed to carry a.id traii'poit for Issac Batly and F. OSv,4-necnotLor carload of goods and chattel, from Oilman, in th Siita of Illinois, to they said City of New York, for charged the sum of sixtv-flv- e do!lars,being at tho rate of twentr ftvo ceiiU per hundred pounds. And it is alleged that the carload carried for Elder and .McKmney wnpcrri"d eighty-si- x miles farther m tho Statu of lil.nois than (he other carload of tho same weight. The opinion of the Court is quite long, exceeding four thousand words. Tho follow ing arc some of it- more important points: Ttie charye exacted from the iblpp'rs was a cliaruo fur tranportst-onend was not susceptible of a diviMon which would allow so inucu of It to be charged to commerce strictly within the State, and m much more to commerce In other Stale. Court of Illinois does not place Its judgment fnth- - present case on the prnund that the transportation and tiio chtiro In this case are exclusively etaie comni. rce, but. conceit tig that st may to a case of commerce Htnong the :ttn, or commerce, wh.ch CocRTCrH Kouid have the r.ght to reiriiiate it it had nttempted to ivowtr do so, Krs?ue that thi statute of Illmoit tolonjrs to that class of commercial regulations wbth may bo subject to i he Uws or a State unU tonprciss tha:i have exercised its power on that tubject." Vs to the former decision of the Suprems Court in the case of ilnnn to. Illinois, tbo Court in its present decision sayo. Tho iuesti'i of hour fjr a chanre mode for a conunuous trAuportatkn over several fctates. which IneJudol a State whose laws were Jn qur-i--t on. may be div.dt.I ;nlos'- rjoiTtr of theitsU- - to r.'Kidan- - LLUifju. : ,ia,?.. ." vjattbo 1 C - ' VU ajTl4t3'kVivlUCI'SavT uiqWJiayw 1 --1 nuuoi t CELESTIAIiIIlEivVlORKa . eT.? -- PrSl7rVtauP nddenso darkness wa,'b2S o ftwnuti later the city P- TKsplolon of a IHilll.-in-t tctcor i'ldnlchtHpectarlr at AtUntii. Gx O4"1' -At midnight last 2- TV mnfiH fi i.,.i .i." WIllU hWt ,, .. a pasiiiff from wiiarorature ' 4. " af. " wot . US U . ""::"""or iron i"rance m -- An immense .e wide, as l"- - es. Theoveutcau$etl,. 1JlI1;,all0J- ChamphvTl h- - pr ll sixth of tha ctipionP!P game between tbo St. iyoun u'Chkago clulw wai pinned hero yester-da- j The result ivaiSt. Louis, 4; Chic go, 3 this give the world' chr.nipioushlp to theoniier club, and their wiimiDgs by th feni uinouat to 4i:j,:0. The fiftn gnu of loc.il the chrmn between the Bt- - Luuis striea Iajj and the American teams to day, resulted in a vlcty for tho latter, tho score bsing fi to 5. lis is the fifth Mirwsiive defeat which the liroons have Buffered at the bonds of the fovi is, and by it the latter team won the bampionsh p. They aro now the cbamion of the city, of the American Asso.ati"n uud of tho'worid. Loris, on-sh- ip ll t. 2 -- The Rwi. $ jor'sfljtt wnsthesceue of a eu5ationnl aicio elerkn jt-terd- Sensational WjntNf.T.v. Oct. Suicde. . The Sixth Audi- - - inter-Stat- e , Thc'-u-prf-ni- e that branch of the Government Tcrvi- -, ftr coolly announcing to tin hieiif Itivirion that hu "ivfts going to pist so nd to this walk-tiling," to is took a thirty v ght cal lb from his i toe let, d.-,fellow-cleric- j. Robvrt W.Alston, a inter-Mat- e tnd lithe presence of his Knt t bull crashing through his brain. Toe pitol was placed s.o near his head that tbo hi was and the skull bat- Ured.xTho unfortunate miu lived but forty-li- e minuus aftr the fatal shot bad fitj. depression ts said t bsvo the act. 1I was the son of Coloaefaob Alston, of Atlanta. ln lto t Nei-ro- us - Two Trains Collide. DETnoi. iln.il., Oct. 21 A passing?!-traion e Detroit, Grand llavei and Milwaukee rllroad collided with a frJg t train ueaiDetrolt, and both engines wero conitJletcli wreckeiL Engtuper Augustu Odell nni Fireman 'Inoma Barrett jnniped, hd were b3dly bruised. Bjg- n vi is ci fri ti-- pl-'ho- State-frau- d er l jr-rd- wen con-tltutlo- a prominent young busines man of Joi!r, 111., 6hot himself through the body ever-daj at the bae of the Miukspi-arstatus in Lafayette Park. Unrequited love is given as the cau-of tho deed. Cart-- r A letfr is in a critical condition. loft by him hhowi, that ho was in lore with a youagJady at Joliot anil had pleaded hi suit in everj- - light Sometime he was led to be.ieve there was boj.e and again was given cauio for despondency. e Died for Lcve cf a Fick e G'rl. St. Loc:?, Mo , Oct. 24. -I- Vra. J. Carter, dered thi pub'ic jsijrtat service in tileaf nu!Iln- -i Kttlnaixi securing nml jmbiibTiiiij aJnrge collec- it wi nt Other l'iaccs. Alarm Sboctts tion of stsitisttcs as to the changes lovk v;hich have been inajlo in the various wcrlr j reality it is moro 'thn-- i fifty paid Oct. 22. The confiCnvnLESTON. S. C. executive department-- eIucj tlif new The. re feetnK hy seventeen ii height Tha ca dence of tho people was again broken this In rctjjjaced In a few dudbya Ae'uiiimtration c me in a year ago Au morning by a sharp shock of earthquake. largll-roncixi flig, 1 will b drawn asldti past five, for a few mom nts when M. Bartholdi last .spr.ng. The lack of such data uvqpty. It occurred at twenty minutes and lasted about twenty seconds. Houses passethi) great statue on uls arrnal from hitherto has prevented anything like uoo. were shaken and windows mUM at a ter- rr'1. Tio iron staircaso whlci windsvuLLijiiuuuusivu exposition , qi tltfi thro' Yesrific rata. Plnhtoring was broken m many ici umi tho pedestal is omploted. fact.?, a'hvlitftjiasi ..WlUIffl ifi houses ond fell :u a few. A few chimneys LSSrwWS isoelectric WTnT' ,. mi newifealu liht w HshTne.-R- -lat that Ktood tho seventy of tho first shock, Ibo ctjesfor tho refl ctors and lamps at I lo exactness the real slate ol the ease Dark and to he thoufcftTtJicVhip-huIUer- s who and oven heavy tobaccos have been steady orio this morning. SJjgii the aueleso- - the parapet which rill tlltim qnccumbed to the The Itccord's tables cnahle in lo got at now refuse brp'titi'i bids for throughout tfco week, with s lhe aro of tho opinion that it was. Vrrct I lnatHcU; statno are near y finished Th bearing unuinally small proportions tho truth, of new vcscU? Tuo conelu-f-io- n to the in force and duration only tp that it Is tloetrlcl ght wires hav.i Ieii strung nlin-t- he iiit"roL and the allowing is full of daily totals. There have been no fortificafons, and the long cnliio cot is irresistibU'.tljat they arc . hock of August 31. and all poo first week, nectlu; tho ba tric with tho lamps ia t! kinds and The first thine which Mr.kc; one is willing to bs'bouud Uv contracts and fine offerings. by far tho most suid went toward torch will be pu" in at onr-e- . remain dull and slow. the uvidi-nci- ' It came fiom tho souli'iual, ncromponlfd tlio law. Thoy are Tt prcjiarcd to cn- - dried that the Wb quote lSS.', tobaccos as follows for full the north. It wasr it did not Ht all been .strictly cnfoicel, which is an WEDDED IN A WINDOW. a whi77ing ffr businoi of tlio city, fagj inthiy honestbocanpact which thev weight packages: fnrnUhed by the'tablo of rcniuvals in will compelled to oV terffre with nt on as if nothing bad Darknnd TTtatr. Tlnrtr't. Kvcrytt 'iiU'orkm',n wro on ther ilow u lloonltr Coii)o turned a Set ol the clas.fiiHl jieniee," which u the serve to the letter. Their present atti- Tnmb II ''Hi. i.i ; ii& .1 jJ term a lopt'd to designate that part of tude is at onco inbisinesslike and w .is Common Icjrs.. bRppenibv 7 o'clock, and though there 1'unilture. 3 7V& i V, 2 IOiS 2 60 lcd 3 tTt 3 s tity I i". toaffpfal spirit 'f uueasinw ev r, thing the sen ice fitibjeet to the law of 1 21orc thin tha it is the (Jood um lugs... I.voiAlAroLisOct.21. A novel inarriago lUKS .. 4 (Oft 4 75 U lrtb Oclit clone nuioothlv uuttl a fcccond rliock 6 25ft 6 cereraotj' took piano here last night. Soma There are about S.fJ.'iO huch plaec3 in stroogeit kind of evidence that they Common lenf.. occurred at a ouartor to 3 o'clock It was tho departrnentH at Washington, and arc ncapable of building the honest .'ledum leaf... .. fi Ufa C 25 7 time ap n clothing oomjiauy udvertise-not so long in duration as the morning Good leaf .. 7ra bo) 11 &ti U) Ulfilt thock, thosgb it was undoubtedly more that It winld give a lmudome st of ld-roo- ii'ider the old spoils system of a "clean ships which the prople now demand selections.., . a uaio a severe. lVop! rushed from t oif bouii? "Vrapiien.. finlturo to any ouple that would sweep" upon a change of National for I heir navy. lAicajo Herald. .13 tuau s; into the and workman cemo be inanfd in tho show window of th this armv of clerk sorno house. (ttoMyernnd Mis F.va Johnson, down from their scaffolding, under Republican rule would ?IHrrlUiirna Items. STILL UNAVAILABLE. were slightMorgui CountVj accepted tLo offer, nod of jumiJingtif Several poinon'T A cotoKnn lody of Covington, named ly injured by jumping from windows, they well married in the last have been discharged in short order. If 31 r. In point of fact, between .March 4. Illalnj Coald Kot Carry III I'.irty Francis, went out washing a few mornings though no life was lost, nor wns any on nigut. tbcen mimy nttrnrtmg three d Tlimtizii la 1831, IIw Pun lie In 183? ago, leaving her joung toy, Jordan, at pojlo to tho Mpian The npiwjraiice !W, and June 1C, serious y injured. The Custom hou-(since which riiat a ntpublicAii Taper TlihiVi. nnotliTcmck. the Cotton Exi'hang'j of tho catplewas gtcttid w.th the mo-ilatt-- r date very few changes have home, fcollug that he would be able to tnko bvin brokt open ikr l had Just lecii repaired, vortfers cheering, wfaifh was continued The tone pf the Blaino Republican care of himself. She had been gone and siTcra pr.vnte house weie vjnmwhat througUut the The bridal pair made), the whole number of removcracke I. Kv-- this did not can a pa i". ar hots members of highly respectablo als aggregated but 308, or only one presj incc he Maine election shows time, when tho boy. whiio playing about tri-- i ts n few Tho people ta Ueil In I familiei. in ovry liftecn persons, and thirti-ethat Mr. Blaino will be probably the fire, as is tuppoitd, got his clothes igminutes and thn retun.M to their houses. nited and in a of these were on account of reduction strongly pushed w en IVorkmi-use ack to their Is the Czar Insane? for the Republican Some neighbors, moment wns in a blare. atti acted by his crio, of force. In departments . the . a' d tinibed tlir day's work.n gut, Lo poi?'. Oct. 21. Rumors ore current It can not be came to the boy'sassistonce, but not till he thouga bRt R reasons for disclnrges are furnished in nomiuationin 163-5wil sb tp m thur houses t terrl"e Mate of confusi nRiid ilann et ery case, and it is doubted that he desires it, bieause had been so burned that death resulted many are afraid. Ueports rc. ived from evident that-thethe oth'r parts of Bud Slate say that thol.ock exists in tbt. CrRrs LousetoIJ ow.ng to were made solely for the good of the nothing coahl lie more to shortly after. severe thnMlghout ..ha hsllucmaUjiior ,maBinary dange s to was general H.G. Bi'.tan, of Greenwood, Kla., a bors service. Thus in the War Department him than to. clow hU public life with rung at whole State. It via, very bt which tho Caxr, persons were removed during such a defeat as that of 1SS1 a defeat buyer, died suddenly at Eminence, u f and cbsmnei MI .inKan adjutai. object. It is said aat sixty-on- e where p2at-rinwalking rapidly U ard this period, and days ago, of congestion of the bowels aged from many house. The shock was felt lu"Czar sUz.d a revolver gives these as Uip Secretary Kmlicott due "o personal and not to partv rea- about sixty years. He had purchsed about nrttv renimllv throughout tha' Statu. "'"' "-cause-.- : Georgia, Florida and Virginia. The shock oausvhih - ,lead- Othrnc, of appropriation,, lo, services Reduction sons. He wig not defeated because his th m-fihorses theie, tnd was ivealthr. no !on"r at Washington. D. C, was severe enough to Kc-Cook, of Cook Uros.. Njchotasvilln, on the composing st no iu tho K.Wefti,".tfae(-2a- un1 ''terfir,d required, 15: to accept appointments in part;' had lost public confidence, hut 'pi" tyje fourth story of tfae Star othce. Rut a groat in company with Hitcr II. Lowry, a 'he oiner department-- , 2: inattention to n that tin (Var duty, L for intemperance, 7; absence many arncit Republican-wh- o disip-pro-v merchant, und L.u-heHuuuderj, wildfire i. this without leave, I of h city tolar. Jt 6: nomination for vnriou? Circuit Court clerk, went 10; FELLED WITH AN AXE. .,. a' ,ts the hh wane of an ofileerliv ,i. oncf, H: political, 'Irjn persons ie:t-.n- s 1. were yet so persuaded that few days since, r.i.d Sacr.ders, in makiuga Czar. A. Ileinontrd Sinn fitailjr Injure Tt eeeins list an "Count Ilnteri! in thp elasfilied service iu tho Repi ilicar: exposition to a Republican double-ihoslightly wounded Lowrj'. p U' C'7Mr ,n lhe Women at Thy Ktitrr a Ilull(lliic e J)p.irtment were removed, and nom.u it'ioii was a kind of treason to the Mm. John of Ami rose, wns going wthtr jM,, HruJi tbetVjiint unbutlie Hail Set Allre. Iip eniiso in toned b, uiiiic. The Czar ca?e is recorded, as country and to hnman Hlierty that they to Paint Lick, when her horse reared nnd R.riDS, Ia., Oct. 21. Last night than csectfd and Keuten returned fooner -- drinking to Ccms Jiave come to think the election of Mr. fell back on her. Sho is not expected to reMartin Soukup, slightly demented from a nndlieaato lebutton the arose hurnedtrti duy without excess," "alnent from Blaino tunic, where-utiopermission," etc. It thus indispensable to the vindication cover. tb I. zar. stroke of lightning received four years ago, the officer wiu clitrly Kppear-- . that the of the party and to the proper punish-mp- n IVii. Haxet was killed and Moss Hoffend residence or a cbout tjjaw q weapon, shot bim deuiL set fire to toe larn law inttrposcs no obstacle to removals of such offenders, and more man fatally injurod by a'boiler exjiloalon farmer named Verba, neai Shelby vtlle, ulno jor the jood of tho sen ice, while the one of them has been heard to say that near liutler. Justice on th Hustle. mites we-.- t of this Mty. The Verba family iinpossilility of filling vacancies except he iviiv lived to secure that result. A Chic vOct. 21 -- F. J. p. Bradley, tb were absent from home at the t.me. und The crop report of tho r Mrs. Lour ar anil Mr. Noratney, w bo discovX mans-of tho Pullman Palace Cr upon prtved merit, as estnb'Mied by candidate who in addiUon to this kind October shows. Kentucky Ohio Valley for In the lead, with ered the lire and endeavored to wtp the fur- Compai-,nconijietitivc examinations, removes the of suppoit has the aid of the party ma- Ohio and lodged iu the county jail Indiana close alter. niture, were mot at thedoor by Soukup, v.ho th- irntnig motive for diiclmrging efficient chine and the pre?tie which envelops At 'J:Xl o'clock ho felled them to the ground by powerful Tun labilities in tho F.nzer tobacco to make room for jiersonal or the chief party leader enters the con-- t iurfcignltfore Just.ce Ljon, and on wai blows with an axe. Both women are fataltio political favorites. Louisville, nro 550,001 t wiiit great advantages. It seems ly injured. Soukup v. an fimdly secured by thatge tttilK'zzlement he waived exami- Yaiujsiex on the L. ft N. rond atlouis-vill- e, neighbors end taken to Iowa City for safe- ".toVi uik-eThe moileration of the Administra- howivcr, impossible that the wic 7f Ul,,y ai liefore Jmlgo Collins tibOIlt II O'clock this nn n.n-were on a ty. The barn and granary were complete... '. tion in the use, of the removing power heals of the party -- liould think Mr. more money. strike th 2id. They wnnt-rt, - ...it,j TI ly destrjed, together w.th llftv hcud of nnd -IniM rr,ll... . i u tnj-e- r ani ne ex is l,o shown lv the record as in Rlaine's nomination to be judicious. cattle and ho .is. Soukup received a stroko prcHse,! twf. h to be sent v Juliet at on . ., i A.v epidemic cf typhoid fever is feared , . of the leaders who aupported enanges in me unpuL-Mtic-u . .. of l:ghtmn;fuur years ago, since when UAltllll LO Ife- .- lill fenicc .i.m.. orPr wh os to fin.i n.l whicli the law 1o.k not annlv Tf.to in in most slropgiv upon tha stump in among the prisoners of the county jail iv slightly i.... .iiirvr.,ii..... .a he has been V? U 'SX'.r. ii as iioi He had been bie. .,1 ll.'llsvlllc but was considered li3rm!e-s-. l2&UtiUdW ,i"' WHU'IJCIMJ Ml Ill to ilrn detailed t.ltUlie na til llim.. fi .. Il.i... r V l.tP'llr7r-,-'ir.'I .fc.g.,l 'J.. 'itJIIKjl l drinki g etorday. and lfohemian of thu veare penitentiary at Jolfet. Tne iii the cao of the Interior n!!t.l.C3'jiT!l?fiS5 ?SPVHB ""7-y-wu-.7SS pro- - - . lynch one Webber, ueaujjJtf ttc? "i' "7. cutit is Known that when to went I r wcr- orileriMl IIjriiAvv y,t 'H'Mtv Uireatey to, if .X. ss1 Wn.Tia WiSMj who is accused ct selling bim whisky. nt ilvcesrirra . udley was taken to Joliot fifilyfMUioir..otttlpx.aV(P.rUi -riitr. .in- lii zsoi.u. iii ?(M - ... . wr"r7tnrrSMUJteVAia., . r Hi (tnm'tVrHhi ,,jli ' l rn'TnTTfinn .iiii..r ill w m .4 -n a.s it If UUll 4UU UWUJ doubt e inPintto. n i!iiguiiuun: loa2M-- iVet. 22. .o.oncl ingersoil 3 llinesi. VnRMOtTviu.C, Zdiftt., Tnreo all did not p,.r.rjns who wo tld haicboen rumoredNswiiik. Oct ,., a repo, n.vl.g LonsviLLE has a colored Catholic schoo unknown men entered tbo office of tbo not Vf,Iint.irilv taK(Ml tVmthat not-i- ns Uhog-head- Oct 21 A temporary veil ownaon ss the face of th Matin of Lbjrty jester ay, and tuo fucs will bo ksptfrom view jmtil thi caremotiies on OtOJrS. Th'pleceof anvns covering s nI,I,enri llfe8 a smill hanlker-chlerht? "'F i: mTobk, f Uberty Await October 23. Ui.t: ya tobslneomrMititim 3' THE COMMONVEALTH. Tho Cu-i- 7 S'.rvicc Jkojrd has ren- In tbo oyrn1, a a ei uf . Jtoieof tlvmdM not I.onUillle Ii,r Tobacco aiarket. The market hvs been without important .otueronQUeiiallYdi!!. cwitractow hui their variations from the late conditions in any oy made wlm thev rc!pect, whether In tonoor price. The done has ben larger, tho week's sales t'overnmuntaceqit'll - Extr.13 vcr nl- - showing an increase over last week of J24, though the receipts are 70 hogsttioo, and ships that wiy worthless were heads smaller. 31io only noticeable waver- during tho week was Sfcnic as anv other. ing of hurley pri-though Cbfote.lho country. nt that meritorious tho tobacco was a pecolloct'on.considering-itWW.V.-y.tfHin culiarly magnitude. Subsequently the tono ot nnvy which Uurjey, mediums nnd higher grades ba trclass bhip, LV swsaoy to nrm, tnougb Uio atifcrencc irelycoTCTed and prices busi-ncts s, es ) oCvr-ing- s s J con-Mructu- m Over-sweate- d Green-river- Civil-Sorvio- o law-ha- s s in-b- y 1 r CTJ 7- m -- str-ets- . -- show-windo- thou-san- l.-- t ctix-mon- n n n nr-rbol- v -- y Seiu-ervill- e, g ve I be-cat- is ii well-know- r mi,-condii- quail-huntin- g I'ost-offip- t, I'"1"-Th- Di-a- p.-ip- Civil-Ser'ic- e th-i- n s - ein-jdov- es fail-ur- c, n . -- -- cl M-tu- y . . - . s - a. ... ,;, r.T-rir- ssssV SPrj ." u - - " J ioux.-u"cr- - f -- T'-. Tiifrrtr-lst- fl mmm jar-- z. , "--!- 43 . S. '.253SZ urn m, y American Esprc-- Company lest evening and sfnng Ag'-n- t IV M. Bade, liound and ragged him and tie bun t tLe safe They then rifled the open SHfe, secanug ab U5 yXi. Charles II ill, running to a lire, beard a noise in the oiii-- e and found Bade and release 1 him. He had boen handcuffed around a leg ot a safe and it was !iere-arto lift uo safe to rotcasshim. He can give but a vague description of the 1 robbers. - in - i. A Week's Failures. twe!ve-ycar-oldison- Murdered. Pjciiic, Mo.. Oct. 24 Tho dead body ot Alexander McVicars, eighty years of nge and well known in this vicinity, wsi found in a ratine, near Pacificyostcrday, v. ith two bullet-lole- s in his bead, and with his throat cut from car to ear. McVicars was lat seen in company with a young man named AVebsttr JackhOn, who is rappoeed to havo committod the murder for the purpoo of securing the old man's monej--. Jackson escaped and is still at large. An Old Man 2-- New YoiiK.Oct. occurring throughout the country during the last seven days numbsr for tho United States 12, and for Canada lrt. or a total of lv failure, as compared with 173 last week and IV) the week pievious to the last. Tho caiAialtlrsin the Lantern nnd M.d'lle States are ght. while in tlio 4Wfctrn, Southern and Pacific States the number reorted this xeek is abovu the uvcrage. 1 2i The business failures rosy-cheeke- d T Child-Poison- er .To-a- y to-d-i- 1 t . . s Horse-Thle- n e to-cb- horse-stealia- g. story-telle- ot Ira. -- - -- j . ,vvr- -, 51 jxgcu lun uvrv, ioriy bbiiw aalint. Another Cashier Gon Wrong. Chicago, Oct. Willicrn Holmgrau. r an I coshlet for Shourds tequesttng their attendance at a meeting Storey tz Kasper, jowelers, is missing. It to be he d m this city on Novembers next, ses.on of Cougres Iieing n is reported to day that his accounts aro Tho next the intention of Chairman short one, it is $I0,OJ) short, llolmgrau had been with tbo to have the appropriation firm eight years. Ho has not been wen trusted to the committee ready fcrbills inaction since luesdny. It is behoved he is in Canby the House oon after it aeinVle. ada. Thi- - duel position occupied by Holm grau enabled him to carry on hU peculaA Brother's Terrible Deed. tions with ease and for a long period. CnEVEfNE, Wiomiso, Ost. 22. J. R. Drought Kills $25,000,000 Worth of She'b Iverr, of tho AVjoming Hous of "hot and killed his Panama, Oct. 21. The Buenos Ayre brother yesterday at their Standard publishes an account of the looses are meager, but a domi sticranch. Detain) scandal is ua experienced during tho recent drought by dersloud to have led to the shooting. stock ho'deru in the upper country. More than 20,000.000 head ot sheep have died, Lands Sold to Tenants. and while the immediate loss Is estimated London, Oct. 23. Th Skiiiuers' Comat nearly 5 OOaOuO, it will in rcMlity aggregate much more. They died principally pany hns bold 31.000 ceres of land in Lonfrom a lung and throat disease, formerly donderry to tvnents, in aecordanco with unknown In the Llanos. the provisions of tho Ashbourne act, on terms similar to those of the bales made by Corpse Catches Fire at a Wake. J Aher city coinpaui. Doveii, N. IL, Oct. 24. Duringa wako 1. Three to Two. the houso of Joseph N. Arcotte, over a 5t. Locis, Oct. 22. The fifth game of th child, which lay on the altar of whito paper oud cloth, a lighted candie was gam s was payed ham' ionship base-baoverturned. Tho altar was ignited, and hero Scoro: St. Louis, 10; the child was burned to a crisp. 3. The games now stand: St. Louis, 3; Chicago?, 2. Increase in Immigration. in lhe Biy Slafe. (Vabtiin to. Oct. 24. The Chief of th No'ith Adam?, Ma3., Oct 22. "Within jlurcuu of Statistics reports that 40,0! J arrived in tho United Stt-f- r dur- a few days gold has been discovered in a ing September last, ogainM 27,771 dur ng gulch on tho east side of lock MounSeptember, ISsS, and that for the firt nine tain. A man experienced in V.'esteni months of tho present year they uumber mines says that the quartz w 11 assay W 294,720, against 2ftJ,C6S for the correspondto the too. Two old miuo s havo explored ing portion of last var. the place, and think the find a good one.tho only question being ns to the extent of tbo Gladstone in a Wasp's Nest. vein. It is aid that local capitalists will London, Oct. 24. Mr. Gladstone, whiS look into the matter. on Sattirda., elliug a treo at Haworden routed a nest of wasps. Tney made an a A Schoolmaster for Governor. tack upon bfni, in'conscqueiice of w hich i.o Newaiik, N. J., Oct. 22. Tho Greenback-er- s a hw church was unable to attend and of the Stato mot in this city face was terribly swollen from the effects nominated Erastus Potter, of the in ects' bites. of Port Oram, for Governor. Probably Affectid by the Earthquakes Oct. 24. Advices trora TVAEniNGTON, Thre: M:n Burned in a Fire. October Chicago, Oct 22. Tho contents of JaPanama of tho date of Cnrtago, 17r.ays: in CoM-"Tho Irazu volcano, near cobs' lumberyard and tho warohousc of tha IUca, has long been considered extinct. American Varnish Company wero damsmoko has been noticed Recently, however, fire this evening. floating over tho old crater. Thus another aged $35,tXM byGeorge and a man, Henry nroof is given that volcanic ogonc.ca nro Stcck, Stephen of the employes of tho namo h unknown ono more than usually active this "year." company were badly ininreiL Steck has h chanco for his life. Tho other two The Apaches Ditched. are dying. Oct. 24. A special train New OnLEANs; Town S nking Out of Sight on tho Louisville nnd Nashville railroad, which left here last evening, bavingabonrd London, Oct. 23. Kladuo, a town of BoIT S troops and Apacho Indmns, wns threatened with destruction. ditched near Rigolets. It is reported that hemia, isstreets are sinking. Tho townAll is of the bo one was hurt. over iion and coal p.ts. built The Extravagant Sultan. Guilty Pair Sentenced for Life. Oct. 24.- -In addition to JONtTASTiN'ori-r- , Cadillac, Mich., Oct. 22. James Craft jrders for new torpedo beats, tho Sultan nnd Mrs. Elna Brass wero arrested lato in expend has commanded tho Admiralty to In view Julvforthe murder of tho woman's 1 rA) 000 pounds on w ho disappeared Juuo ID last. They ofth'e sUteof Turkish finances, the Cabinet pleadthe .Ministers oppote this new project ofwho confessed tbo murder, and ed guilty, und w cro sentenced to Stato especially the grand izlcr. MronglV objected to tiebuildiugof toriiio prison for life. Mrs. Brass confessed that sho had killed her husband with an iron, boats. and helped Craft bury tho body. When arrested Mrs. Bras and Craft were living Did They Get the Coin? parties together. N. H., Oct. ircxr. o hollow e here, for the set tiro to Bmoking treo a coon. Tho pnr-wBoycotted Meats. Hro out ot Sax Fkancisco, Oct. 23. A San FrancI burned over a thor.s-an- d JnTcad rapidly and laud lu tb? vicinity. Tho co K. of L. Assembly has ordered a boyacre-mnce is not known, bit it will bo lame. cott on all meata put up by P. D. Armour & Co., ot Chicago. book-teepe- Committee on Appropriations. "VVashivoto'i, Oct. 22. The clerk o' th Houe Committee on Appropriations is shout to send out notice to tho committee, Ban-ilal- .l Itepre-.cntativc'- i, ll to-da- Chl-cago- s, Pay-Di- rt C-r- to-da- to-da- y a var-nit- m m men-of-wa- r. hus-baii- d, ye-terd- ay 24.-Se- voral of Mrs. AuirnT lit kks. cole red Lou sville, went t' market the othermOrning, entrue and ora ooll.ee in Wall street ??r .acc,,"J ...Xl U...UW daughter to I li although .C . - '"P1"" " ,.,., "; "" J u line tritn'ier . i i .. m'- UJS 113 ii.icm-- . v.uu-- . u.inr duughtcrtcn jenrs old. Dunng another tha?. th . tho ab,.r,f,.l . the r lljll. r ....... ,' .....-!,.", II, T. .!! YV9IC till ,,,rir. I llVltl. no ThO whr mi dit have been summarily jrot him in M to decline to otc for htm sence cf the woman, the children played 1 r, hVUlO'OmS. n,n.l tern. with fire, when the clothing of tho youngtioubl with his throat ts suca rid of without any violation of law. in arrived as to rier it advisable that ho tUon'd liven in the Department of is useless to urge in his favor that est took fire nnd before assistance It home for s vcral day. N thin: mm. sho was burned to death. among tho Territorial .Judge, tho nothing nev can be said aga-ns- t has y;eii decided as to wbn a hocoml Mar-haetc., Hikam Po's nnd L nk Overton wer oparnb will be performed for th th" United Stated Attorney. whole number Whit was slid in 1881 was enough to of the which caught stealing pigs from J. L. Cogar's only tumor on the chords of the defeat h in. and it was of a throatblcb has cuus-m- him so much pain hate- been changed, and our reader place near Midway, the other morning. not Io?c its foree with a and aoyanro for some tinio. Th.s will, have doubtless noticed that oue of the does fli transactions of which In an altercation which followed Cogar If of coie, prevent any political eloquouca Federal Rttorucvs whose resignation theMnliiu'-letters were the proof to struck Boss over the hoIder with n light from t Colonel this mouth. demanded, because he the public mind made him in thf pul-li- c poplar nick, little leaver than a lath. has just been has be.-- nominated for ano' her office CompMled to Pay Duty. estimation unlit for the presidency Boos walked forty steps or so end felt Republican. I.. Oct. 21. The matter ot by his party, is an Ohio in 1831. thev will make him equal. y dead. The coroner's inquest developed tho Netjkt, It The showing as to the diplomatic unfit in lvw. If the explanations and fact that death wa caucd by a rupture of iintigjig on board the training ships SaraI ervicc is peculiarly creditable nnd the right auricle of tho heart. was settle l this toga A Portsmo-itnpo ogi and defenses were fruitles since this branch of the then, tbcv vill be equally fniitl-r- s Collector boarding the a Ueput A trash job printer calling himself Jewo vcekud collucfng from tho officers tho Government hits long been the refuge a"ain. Il wag then said that he had Jomes created a veritable panic in Louis, The party hack. dutiotueon the contraliand articles found nf broken-dowbeet vmlicaW bv his election as ville, a few days ago, while in a stato et by tlnuspccton', who liave been ou board changes made in this ervk-e miicc Mr. Senator. Rut, by the same reasoning. intoxication. Ho had painted h!s face with nnu 10 the vnel ver b nci tucir arrival, of State, S now bien condemned by ins red ink nnd somewhere procured an old of which they had made Havard became tho from an Envoy he ha lh 1'riiidency. The pcraonal sword, with which Le chafed ubout the Tho duties collect- - eountintr everv tiiinir.Mini-tofor teveriv d wloration. v Plenipo-tentiarr Thcmon y Extraordinary and nearly 1 here is women and children on the street. Olflcors dnmintc-dtarguments are unchanged. wns ninu.d without proi'-st- . but was down to an interpreter, aggre- no reason to suppose, and, so far as Croxton and Stouo finally captured tho here ns ttw shij 1 of 327 such officer we know, there is no evidence whatwild desperado, after an exciting race, and referred to tt gate only H out heproUsrt will in the service of the United States, or ever, that the votera who held him to placed him under arrest. At the station-hous- e Treasury. Secrctyof the per cent. The Admin- be personally unfit in lS3t will only forty-fou- r ho still insisted that he was Jei.e more James, and was so entered on tho slate. istration at Washington has changed be! eve him to bo any Mae VttersnB to Have their Beer. another for ono Jas. Tihbatts, two Acost, lit, Oct. 21. Tho Law Coin t from in a party to of a century,the lirst fit in 1S83. If this be so, will Dick and a the party argument be strong- eighteen-year-ol- Uatma.v and ot quarter aud time lads nas gen a unanimous decision in the beer cato, hohllug that beer lint compiled in me secoiut year oi er t hen? Undoubtedly it was the par- respectable citizens of Newport, departed unknown the other day. The intensd for sale ujon the grounds pf ths that Administration shows that, in- ty argument and the Irish Democratic "clean vote which enabled him to conicsi me fnr nnris add icted to the reading of trashy Nntioal Soldiers' Home Is not liable to stead of the boys w cro te zui by State oiliccrs while in transit ctvoen" Tibronil. much less than half result o closely in '81. Bnt few intel-lir,.- n novcle, and tho supioition is they hnvo throuh the Suite This decides that no of the representatives of this Governmen pan sunnosc that the mere gone West to scalp Indfnns, or which Is Statdaw is violated by the sale of beer at ment in foreign lands have been party appeal. azuiiist uernocr.uiui.-tc-.tho State courts hay more likely, to be scalped by the savages. the Hme. and that no jclsdtction ovar liquors intended for changed. To understand what this as a public danscrcan be as strong hi Titncasc cf Michael Kaolin vs. Commonsale i the Home. Tins reverses the realiv means, one should contrast this v n it wn in 'At. In '&i thonsands of wealth, from Jefferson County.was decided Municipal Court at Porllr.ud the t record with that made when four years Republicans believed that the few days ngo by tho Court of Appeals. before theie was not a change election of Mr. Cleveland meant pay- ii killed his wife some months ago, and a Caving Tunnel. Euried Alive in Ho only of rcpresenuitives ment of the rebel debt, and compensa parties SiiriicT-.-.the lower Court found him guilty of murder Pa, Oct. 21- .- White David of the samebut party in the Executive of slaves, and oppression or col- nnd fixed bis punishment at death. The his poii fifty iear, and vae, Garfield be tion for When Mr. reven-cthat judgment ored citi.ens, and control of the Govnjed ourte n, of Mi lport, Cat'-oand made Mr. Rlaine ernment by its enemies, and radical Court of Appeals tho indictment was deth.it . rnployoi nt tho Sterling Slato came President ou:ty, for the rcafon diploQn&rr near here, were crossing n t nnel Secretary of State, he found the financial disturbances, and a general fective ond ono Baldwin was allowed to caved in ci rylng them matic service filled with men ap panic and prostration of industry and testify ns to what the people said who ns- It und burying them pointed bv Republicans, yet during tne ..iiirnriP. - Tn- vie- - of finch calamities down one hundred . tcmbled at Kaolin's nouse uss aucnuo und mounta n of earth. It willta.w four months between March 4, 1SS1, wiv to follow the success oi me uwiiwraui; killing, and in not granting appellant a months to recover their hallos and the day of the Guiteau tragedy. candidate, they felt that it was a crim- now trial. no Jess man . unimgea nim inal rharisccisnito object to the char. -- Couldn't Be kept From Going Yronrj. Bort Countt experienced its first shootin a total number of offices then acter of the Republican candidate. IJATTl.E'CiinnK, Mien , Oct. 21. Eugene tho other day, when two bnt little exceeding 300. In other Undoubtedly he will be warmly pressed ing from ambush Chafln and Andy Law-soM. Converse, n promluent young Inwycr, of her citizens. Alex. 18 per in has gone to Canada, taking with him $ 1,0, words, changes were made as the most conspicuous leader, as a walking along the country road, were n,e.it. tifirlv .!oriraniter. as the l'epublic- - shot. Tho hall entered Cbafin's right leg which he had collected on it mortgage for cenL of the diplomatic offices within e ,.. M,i ., Repubji.tmiAi .v..- ', , Eastern parties. A letter of conf iofl was four months by Mr. Rlaine as a uwi.w. UI Ol U1C larRcanuiu mi and passing through bis received from him. Ho had also ben sev- lican Secretary of State, against only lowing, as the only Republican who below the knee, in the rlgnt ansie, suancr-in- g Lawson leg hit eral times guilty ot smnller brcaehes ot 4 1 per cenL in more than a year ny un Irish Democratic his leg. Both men aro in a precarious tru t previously, but frlenls helped him Mr. Ray ard as a Democratic Secretary, can commandstrongest appeal of all in 5Ut. vote; and tho condition. No clew. although the change of parties pre- a partv convention will be the declaraToovas L'LL ap.d, n prominent farmer ofg Minister Cox Nominated for Congresn. sented the strongest temptations and tion that in view of his defeat in '8-committed suicide by hapg-iuNew Tokk, Oct. 21. S. S. Cox excuses for wholesale changes in the toon personal grounds, to set him Mercer County, dining room, a fw-dahimself in bis Accepted the nomination for Congress by latter h and happily cira'ide in '83 will be to acquiesce tacitly since. Ho was the Democrats of the Ninth District, end figures as these are full of en- in the personal charges against him. cumstanced, and tho cause of his mndo a brief speech to the committee ol couragement to the friends of Civil- - Vet Hint he will lie realiv a stronger can not be conjectured. Notification. Service reform. They show that the candidate in !S8, or that the Cleveland . -- r fl?rn2 ... ...lilin uuivi j ri nfllw Administration will have been such as Messrs. Foster & Creiguton, contracsystem oi iieiimi imuim Even Up. making headway; tr, make the party arzument for him tors for the building of the Mammoth Crvo lie trusts is steadily St. Loris, Oct. 21. Tho fourth gamo ct indeed, that it has already become too more decisive than in 8t, can not bo railroad, completed on the 19th tLe gradis now .ho series of Eevcn between tho St. Louis thoroughly entrenched ever to be overtipposad. It will Ikj a hundredfold ing of the road, and every thingwas comV. Y. Post. base-bathe rails. nnd Chicago clubs was played thrown by the spoilsmen. easier to be an Independent in '88 than ready for resulting in favor of St. Louis. bere iii '84. Every form of obloquy and menced about ten days before, new- ofsteel Is : St. Louis, jj ; Chicago, 5. Ttirf s rail Tho ecoro Already six mil BOYCOTTING A DEPARTMENT. blackguardism and falsehood against i alls being used.and the work Is being rap-Idmakes two games to each club. Mugwumps has been exhausted, and it have been aid, pmhed, nnd insido of aTrcekor ten L'nbnslneMlIko and Unpatriotic Attitude is demonstrated that to vote against Bess Carpenter Killed. bo completed. Who formerly r tli.. Shin - llullilcr an unfit Republican is not to 'ote for days the road will Erie, Pa., Oct. 21. IVhilo a party of car Had Kvcry Thine Their Own TOy. of tho Colored Normal disaster. Men and brethren, TnE location national penters wceet work a truss fell The Herald notices with surprise and hit us reflect upon these things. Har- School is bclug fixed at Hopkinsvilla. and ins antly killed Win. Kreyer, tho bosa newspa- per's Weekly. The town furnishes the ground, &nd monoy carjtfuter, oud fatally injured John regret that many Republican besides. Schncll. Three oihors wero slightly in- pers are rejoicing because the shipjured. A newspaper says: "General The dalsv trains, running across tho new of the country have not put in builders I industriously mak hr'dirB from Louisvillo to tha Indiana 'I A. Logan is Indicted on 109 Counts. any bids for the construction of the John hay while tno m shines, anu shore, are doing a good business. ing Boston, Oct. 21. Tho U. S. Circuit Court new war ve??els which the last set ms to be getting along very nicely.' On Middle Creek, in Floyd County, Wm. grand jury reported four new inordered. This is carrying parti Rut Gmcr.il Logan's appearance of Baycs, aged eighteen years, in the employ dictments, containing ono hundred and sanship to an extreme which can only fpeed is deceptive. Logan hi very of Harry Litteralond James Davis, timber nine counts, charging embezzlement, maksorrow and contempt mUCIlHKC ifussuiii s nurse; nc in us in.i merchants, was almost instantly killed by false entries and fraudulent withing be regarded with very high, but really doesn't get being caught between a rolling log nnd a draw al of funds, against Richmond J. Love. It se happens that the few ship- legs very fast Chicago''! National of tho Abington tree. "W ben extricated, without saying a bound together iilong Bank. Thews indictments take the place of builders of America are won!, he sprang forward, ran about thirty average by certain ties which tho tho previous indictments in sixtv-llfA Republican supreme court yards and fell dead. Hi3 chest was frightcounts, and will probably be tried onTuei citizen has not taken the trouble to exmaymangled. just declared the day. amine A casual inspection of tho hasof Columbus, Q., aRepublican has fully usuqicr. and John Ct'inns, of Oddrille, an escaped inof the Navy Department, or records Killed by a Shell Exploding. a Republican sheriff to carry mate from tho Eastn Lunatic Asylum, under the rule of Robon, will con- instructed Sandt Hook, N. J., Oct. 21. Lieutenatt anvbody of an inquiring turn of out its orders and oust the mayor s was killed by ono of the Kentucky Central (Vm. M. 2Iedcalfe and an ordnance soldier vince " chicl of police. They are giving ui night tralnson a bridge one mile south of wens killed here this afternoon by the mind that Hie syrnpatny uuiwcuu tHip yards was closer I Republican riot and revolution all over I Muir, the other nignt. explosion of a shell, which vria Doing owners soil ? to-da- i'rned ".S 11 1, r.iirzls: K -- ,.,,, .r;, .";,'"' ' ?- -'.a, .ll'fc'S a - u sl& :,.. T tbree-ycar-o- .d i .... m Ju-tic- e. 'a. U. two-thir- ki-i- ! - cam-nnie- n. h n -- cr-tar- y tie-fe- at pAO-si- tX 1 d well-know- n -- o - i ho-ies- , v.u-da- 1 rj fe----t -- -- -- - '' n, -- vh-- fl. ht y case-Suc- well-to-d- o self-murd- er I .:. .- Track-layin- g ll -- to-da- m ly to-da- y Con-jrre- ss to-dn- y o . I i5 uluallj the iue among men Ohio.-C.- wii Eutrtr. ' - '." '" " - 1 i .if-,- b i r 4- - - IFW13K . X " i v? Ct MMUmv ' ! M v--k' V it your prosccce to discuss great questions of T the road to Emmaus tha lightuiags worn FARM AND FIRESIDE, vsL steeds to Jttis cnarioc. metaphysics, or ethics, or politics, or gov- the UF IN VIENNA. f0UD(1 SCISNTIFIO TRUTH TtfizS0 who look on and sea " poiso- nernment, you would not bo moro conYot there arc those Keep tho milch cows away from Experience of a Gonerou? American In tho Bcc&rdlnc the runctlcfnn or nn Impirtint ilorcQl Twonty-flvGod turn water into wine, and they say: stagnant water. - temptuous than these d Sermoaby Hcv. T. Do "Witt Tal- in the presence of scribes cents a bottle. O ay Austrian Capital. Organ, of IVhlcli tho I'ubllo Know Hut Sleight of hand. And thoy sec Christ raise this young Christ maso, D. D. SaV3 tho Scientific American, Little Worthy Curefal Consideration. Popular opinion declared in those days: the dead to life, and they say: Easily ex- . .. A JUtt clint.lrl juiLet the American, wearied of the To j ., , iiu.Yei.ise mat "it rtnnili ill I the Editor oftlie Scientific American' "Blessed is tho merchant rb v, n tle plained; not really dead; playing dead. in- will purify and keep tho stable io monotonous years of republican simj.rmcr and Will you permit m to make knovi to the pub-li- e JyV Christ' Earthly Mission TUe Stuprwtona down on the banks-- of Lako Tibcria.s." Tills And they see Christ giving sight to tho . uviu unui.i ua mo use ot dry earth plicity, and longing to imagino himself the facti ice have learned duriiuj tht past 3 man sjuu: .messed arc Ego loor." blind man, and they say: Clairvoyant Ulfflcaltle Which IIo Unci to Meet antl Juuus Mutton sheep mav pay Popular opinion said in those dayf:i-lfcssedoctor. O, what shall they do on tho day one farmer mil tho Morinn best with a Duke, or a Prince, or a King, or a yean, concerning disorders of the hutnen Overcome Ilfo Triumph Over Natwifi. Wl up in judgment, ani hills sif tin, l4- ...1.... Uil1' Hair and aro those who livo amid statuaryjtftidVourit-ains- . when Christ rises . ! .1 ure, tlio Grave antl Death. Kaiser, or whatever is great and glori- easilyand the oryan which dlseaied Kidneys so vhL5.SrAbuIp,lJ,Ur,SoaP-Brown, 50c. Dye, Black or break dovntt You are conducting a and gardens, and congratulations, and shall rock, and the trumpets shall call, peal u.uv.1, uiii, ii.uuc,rKinu IS Kept lot the animals be the best of tho iml;,.., ous, but como to Vienna and at the paper, and are unprejudiced eicevt in man re- on pcali PnooKtrs, Oct. 21. Rejf. Dr. Talmago all kinds of festivity." This A'. Y. Post. mi01,10, tblnS that quicker than .nrft? time of Theodosius the Great thero lar breed In hotel in which I have been making ob- faior oflr.vru. Jl U needle to say, preached this morning at the Tcbernudo sponded: "Blessed aro they that mourn." was tho a man te drink ft is a great assault made upou the diviuity Cheap Tea Cake: 0necupofs:io-a.-onPublic opinion in those days said: "Blessed "Code'' standing uvultl admit thirst AJC servations. He will only havo to ask : ''I have finishod from the text (John 17:4) of Jesus Christ, and during that timo Theo thrte facts, for very obiioitt reasons. cup of milk, three cups of flour ami for the biggest is me noman eagle, trie flap 0f . wings t the work which Thou gavest mo to and the finest, and ho startles nations, and tho plunic of whose dosius tho Groat called hi3 own son to sit one-ha11 11. WAliXER & CO., Cembtniny IRON with TCIIE TEGCTaBUB cup of butter, two teaspoon-',J7n""' Urotiehial Troches' 'wore Tho eloquent divine, said: on the throne with him, and be a Proprietors of " Warner's Safe Cure " d iron TOXICS, qnlcVlj and completely CLEAXSES n!s of b iking powder, one teaspoonful f will come all right The mirwfced. and their success as a euro for There is & profound satisfaction in tho Thi3 beak inflicts cruelty upon ifs enemies." in the government of theemoiro; undone young man responded: 'Blessed aro Coiostougiw Asthma and Bronchitis has and E5BICHES THE BIXMJD. Qtlcken man who points the way will inform of caraway seeI and two tcispoonQiU completion of anything we have underThat wo may emphasize nnd clearly day tho old Bishop came aud bowed down the the irtloa oft lie liter and Kleiners. Clean ta Jparnlloled, Prico 23 cts. him tint it is ruinously extravagant, tho relation tho kidneys sus;ain to taken. Wc lift tho capstono with exulta- eye merciful." Popular opinio said: "An before Theodosius tho Einpcror,;aud passed currants. Cincinna'i Times. complexion, makes ttc ikln imooth. It dors not for an eye, tho Koneral hoalth, and how much U detion, while, on tho other hand, there is noth-j- othor words, if a a tooth for a tooth." In out of tho room, and the Jmpcror was ofIn trimming (roes always try to fret and that it will send him forth without pendent upon them, wo propose, Injure tie teeth, eaaftcheadachtv, or produce eoa man knocks your eve out, lTi!?10t furPrising that people should more disappointing than, after having get Tuck" on paste diamouds. Merchant stlptllon ALL OTIIEIi IEOX HEDICI5ES DO. saying to tho old Bishop: "Why one leader a kreutzer, but spaaking, a certain direction, to find that our knock his out. If a man breaks your tooth, fended, not pay the ame honor to my son branches to up' straight. allowfn- the tion it will seem to tho American's no- human bodv, placo to take ono fr.im tho Traieb. toiled in Phjiidins aad Dr&st Ista eterrwfcero recommend ik grow from it, so as to Retort for retort: sarcasm for did you I cheap, and even were in tho time is wasted and our investment profit- break his. irony I us, and examino it for the public bensarcasm; for irony; persecution for who shares with me in the government?" avoid crotches, which sometimes split it four times as dear it would vtdl seem Sis. J. A. Gib, SI S. Grnbb St. OolamutM. Organic weaknoss or loss of less. Christ camo to throw up a highway Ohio, ran: "I bate been troubled with bomorla Christ Then tho old Bishop turned to the young oft from the tree when heavily loaded cheap. For what is money when com- efit. will Imagino that wo havo before us porln oituer sex, however induced, mj blued for ths lx.it wren jrara. I could et uoih. on which the whole world might, if itchoso, persecution; wound for wound. You said: "Pray for them that despiteful! v uso man and said: "The Lord bless thee, my with fruit. Boston Bulge'. isn to reliaro ms until I ussd Urown's lion Uittera, pared to the sweet sensation of feeling n body shaped like a bean, smooth and speed nad perinaaontly cured. Encloso mount into Ileavcn. lie did it. The wtich has benefited mo ere&ilr." young man," but still p.nd him no such 10 ceia you." book of that you are ttirring up by your arrival Kliiteninff, about four inchos in length, two Wbrltlj jn stamps forMedical particulars. crew who attempted to tread on AH chickens that feather rapidly JIcJ. W Holland, SanduAr. Ohio, ears:" I Association, They looked at His eye, it was like any honor as he had paid to the Emperor. And earn nied Brown's Iron lUttm M a blood pcrSer In width, and ono in thintnpi It ordi in the capital of a great empire? Your Ilim could cot extinguish the sublime satiswitli geed malts . and cbwrf ally zscommend it." narily weighs In tho adult nialo, nbcutQve other man's eye, except perhaps moro tho Emperor was still offended and dis- when thoy '"" young are more difficult coachman, faction which Ho expressed when lie said : speaking. Ma. Cuas. W. U lacxvicg, 67 Mentor Atb., CIstr. with an art that only Austrian to raise than are those that when tho Bishop but is somewhat lighter They IjuJ. Ohio, Bir: "l uril I'.rown'a Iron Bitter for A Thai d The baby'3 first run.- "I have finished tho work which Thou bone and muscle felt His hand, made or pleased,the Great and said turned to Theo- nearly naked until quite well remain drivers posses-- , stops his horses in such a ounces, A small organ! you say.iu I tho unmj bliwd. 1: remored tho blotches from mjr Jc and dosius to him: "You ut and nerves and flesh, just advanced way Times. gavest me to do." D'cV aad has comp'.ttlr cured me." that they keep pounding their hoofs derstand, th body of thaavorajjesiio man offended with me because I Miss Kmma llxiftythS. AJI.nto.ro. Fa., aart: Alexander tho Great was wounded, and nice any ouier nana. Yet what bold treat- are same honor to your son, whomdon't pay in growth, as tho rapid featherin"-weakencontains cbout ten quarts of WooJ, of tshich up and down on the pavement with as even Mr blood was nrj Uua and waterr. and I becama the you have Especially to Women. and debilitates them. Western drop pauses through these filters or tctcen, the doctors could not medicate his ment of subjects, what supernatural de- made reak and languid. Alter titing foox bottles of ',,,S!eot rovengoospociahy to women," government much clatter as though there were as they may bo called, many timet a day, as Uruirn's Iron Uitters I am entir-- lr restored to wounds, and he seemed to be dying, and in mands, what strange doctrine. They felt empire, the samein the I pay toyou, of this Jitirai. said agiftod,f hut naughty, Lord Byron. hoalth and atrenth. and cneerlalljr recommend it. honor and yot tho solid earth under them, and yet Christ twenty of them. A stout boy with big often as through tho hoart, making a e his dream tho sick man saw a plant with a Mosquitoes, somebody gives assuroarCv he Was in l:irl hnmnrwlidn hn.rrrita you encourage multitudes of people in your "I bear up tho pillars or this world." minutes. From the rod peculiar flower, and ho dreamed that that ance, are so fond of apples that if m, muscles on both arms, and ho is paid Llood revolution in Iir tho wusU material, bach fords. But thero nro complaints that Gesaice has abore Trade Mark and eroamdonly line by oa wrapper. Tnko no oilier. Made realm they tojmruto tho plant was put upon his wound, and that im- They looked at the moon, He said: "I will thority,to denypower Son of God equal au- apple-cor- e ICItUW.t CII1.111CAI. COBALTlMOIUilB. that ure carrying numbo left on a table or buroau for no other labor, grabs hold of a rope working awny steadilv night and day, oni ijoiaon sult-jrequal with God tho 1'ather " turuitinto blood." They looked at tho bers mediately it was cured. And Alexander, in My subject it will divert the attacks as soon as jou appear, and for three sleeping or waking, tireless as tho hoart it- is hojoticm down to early graves. Thero for thosa who suffer, no waking from his dream, told this to the sea, He said: "I will hush it." Thoy looked that in all ouralso reassures us or the fact of a Cures and Prevsnts these insects from porsons who mav long minutes rings a bell with a voice self, ami fully of ns much vital importance; how jorfy. or severely, in Dr. matter we have a symstruggles It. V. physician, and the physician wandered out at tho stars, Ho said: "1 willNShakc them pathizer. gallons Pierca's loud enough to lit a cathedral tower. removing impurities from sixty-liv- e You can not tell Chrint any be asleep in the room. Favorito Prescription." Safo baruutil he found just the kind of plant which down liko untimely ilgs." Did ever one so Colds, While the boll is ringing, thrco men, of Uood each hour, or nbout forty-nlnin its nctoa new rels each day, or 9,12.3 hogsheads year ' v&men anOto it is a blo'siug. especially to A lady says she has not been boththe sick man had de&cribcd, brought it to young say things so bold! It was all thingwide about hardsh'p. I do not think Coughs, men, ton, for whou v. onion very tall and powerful, aro conveying, ages of eternity will tako tho ered with moths that What n. wonder that tho kidneys can last suffer, against Him. bim, and tho wound was healed. Soro Throatf in the house for twenty with theiousohold is askew. nny length of timo under this IVoll, the human race had been hurt with After tho battle or Anticiam, when a scai-- from His punctured side, and His years and thinks it is due to tho use. of yellowmany signs of respect, vour l.ttlc itrnln, trcatod nnd neglected nspro.iigious Hoarseness, thuy aro? lacerated tcmnles. and His eoro hands. Yon valise ami your umbrella to the Tueke np not so many fellows wanting Stiff Neck, the ghastliest of all wounds that of s".n. It General rodo along tho lincisalthough tho hvill Wo slice this delicate organ open ongtb-wisnever havo a burden weighing so many turpentine. Sho puts three tablcspom-ful- s foot of the stairs, ami at the sumo time was the business of Christ to bring a balm Ecldicrs were lying with our knifo, and will roughly do- - tho earth t since its cracked. PhdadeU Bronchitis, in as minv quarts of water, n&d nny whero from m. pounus as mat uumen unrlst carried up phtaTrcsu to eleven hotel Srrlllrt ila IntArfnr for that wound tho balm of Divine resto- rose with rrcat Catarrh, with this sponges her carpets after clerks, hill. Wo ilnl It to bo of n roddNU brown rs, ration. In carrying this business to a suc- As Napoleon returned from his captivity, tho bloody worse You will never have any waiters and Headache. " 'OrTfiACCKC Throat Inntr. nirrntli suffering Chicago Journal. cessful issue the difficulties were stupen- his first step on the wharf shwk all king- with tongue hot, than Ho endured when, swoop'ng. proprietors are bowing oiur, son nmi easily torn; llllol wiiu Toothache, short and cracked and inflamed, Charles A. Green, in the Now York down before you. It is a reception hundreds of little tutim.aiterie- nnd .bread-lik- eases. tooVfroo. Dr. Ueprrt, Cinciunatl.O. doms, and two hundred and fifty thousand dous. Rhoumatlam, starting fiom tho vnCing in men Hocked to his standard. It took thrco and swollen. Ho moaned : "I thirst." You Tribune, says. "I know of no easier worth paying for, and an incident cheerIn manj of our plans wo have our friends a little tuft nbout midway from tho neuralgia, A "safe burglar" is ono in the opening into a cavity of consileralilo to help us; some to draw a sketch of the thousand troops to watch him in his exilo. will never be surrounded with worse hos- mpthod of subduing Canada thistles ful to look back upon when inafterdays Asthma, tility than that which stood aroand Christ's than by whii-is called tho pelri3, or, plan, others to help us in the execution. So there have bceu men of wonderful Frostbites, scoding to clover and timothy, you creep up the steps of an American sizo. sac, which is for tho jurposo of person. But hearnie when I feet, foaming, reviling, livid with rage, and mowingrcpeatedlv for Lhreoorfour hotel and tho clerk But Christ fought every inch of His way Chilblains, tell you of a poor young man who came up huwling down His prayers, and snuffing up years." That is certainly better than his important labors wearily interrupts of holding tho waterit to fuithcr undergo quicker than any knc-against bitter hostility, and amid circumremedy. It was tha first r.nssos down from to say that on can Eurification boforo 100 the smeil of blood. Oh, ye faint hearted and Is tho only stances all calculated to depress and de- from Nazareth to produce a thrill which ureters, and so on to the outanil bake it, as always have a cot in the parlor" if vou has never been excited by any other. oh, ye troubled ! oh, yo persecuted one hero to dig up the ground worldly first place, side of tho bly. Theso liltlo tubas aro we have seen attempted. c feat. In thoagainst Him.HisI fiud thatoccu Napoleon had around him tho memories of is a heart that can sympathizo with you. with Hood's Earsnparllla, want it. Jothoroueulr I tho filters, whic.i do thoir work automat- 5 pation was IIo cot b catch Again, and lastly, 1 learn from all that Green cars were trotting along tho ically, and nght here is ichere Uie disea t of Vie preparation; Unu only, but Is absolute! true of this It will take at loat fivo pounds of Marengo, and AustcrliU, uad Jotia; but earned His livelihood by the carpenter's mid It Isiv? nljjolutcljr true that It can trado an occupation always to bo highly hero was a man who had fought no battles, has been said this morning that Chnst was corn fed to a pig in a pen to niako one great King Straw, on which the hotel kidney first btyins. itops tho mot oxcructatlnc pains, awfully in earnest. If it had not been a pound of pork. When allowed to havo Doing tho vast amount of work which tonestly bo very onlv to Hcol's Sansparilla, That lnst.-tland I told the porter tiinammatlon nnd I regarded and respected. But you know as who wore no epaulets, who brandished no vblch Is tlie best tonic medicine and blood allav the LnnR, stomach, cures Concotlon. whetb. HowclJ, or other gland momentous mission He would have turned all tho grass it will eat, one pound of to ride in on one of them. that wanted thoy re obliged to, from tho sliLtejt erof prove jurlfior. well as I do, that in order to succeed in any sword. Ho bad, probably, never seen a back Having got orjrann. by in our habits, from cold, from lonjo and Sin, reader,contents. it. TaSo a Iwntlc orJ.'o matter one application. from it diegustod and discouraged. corn fed to a You mil And It to ceasara Us how violent or excrnclatlns the pala with a nobleman. employment, one must give his entire time prince, or shaken hands pig will make it thrive, to the Vienna hon-- cars, it is just as hi:;U hviii.c, from stimulants or a 'housaud Now read tho directions, and tho Khcumatic Iletlndden. I.ntlrm. Crippled, Xenr. I imagine Christ one day standing in tho He saw you in a captivity from which j and two pounds a day will cause it to well to tell about them, for the aro like and ono other cause t which occur every told IM to it, and I have to declare that the fatigues MioaTeraKe-doifor persons of ous, :.'cura!;lc, or prgjtrated with diseases may safr was resolved to extricate you though it day, thoy eomouhat weskeaod in joa mil find that lei than n tcapooafuI. Thus lor. of carpentry were unfavorable to tho exe- streets of Jerusalem. A man descended cost Him those which carry our lrco and fatten. Tho gr.ii system is the cheapJiffcrent r.?es U all thoir norve force. cution of a mission which required all men- from high lineago is standing beside Him came a greatsweat, all tears, all blood. IIo est and it makes "the best nisiL HADWAY'S READY BELIEF votes only as they way to save you. He camo What is tuo result? Congestion or stop- ewnoaiy aad Mrengtu arc peculiar to Hood's tal and physical faculties. Through high, nnd savs: "JIv father was a merchant from arc drawn by two unhappy horses tha't page of tho current of blood iu th smell ("Umic been la poor health several rear. sulTer-h- s Bethlehem here, through the place of Prairie Fanner. hard, dry, husky, insensato Judaism, to prince, he had a castle on the beach in Gal- skulls, will aUord in'tjnt case. through tho chnruel house, through rectlesjne5 In tUo One of the first requirements in can be fastened on at either end of the blood vose!s surioundiug Ihm. which Thirty to Mxty drens In half from how a way for a new and glorious dispenilee. Who was your fatherl" Christ blocked; theso deiicato membranes ta tho mora.r.tr I would jret up w itb. a very nisbt, nnd lnat.MTmlnutHcure Crarap,tornblcrorSinrStom-nrrpam, wator will 1 nerc was not among all car. immsnment. tired the successful bean culture is to have tltc "Joseph," the carpenter." A man sation was a stupendous undertaking that lss--auea. Vcmillnr, ralnlUliim of tho Heart. aro irritated; iDfi'tmtnation u thon Afti-- taluT" .Iy a part of tlio flrt bottle of Jlalana. Chills nnd IVvcr, of celestials one being who would ito land as free as possldo front wee is. Fin.t thoy cut tho car up iato two com- pus is fo'inod, whic-- collect., in the pelvis Vatntnr', Heartbnrn, was enough to demand all the concentrated from Athens is standing there unfolding ranks I and all Diarrhtra. Dyffntery. as much for you. I lay His crushed heart at Foul land is the partments, one for those wh do and or sac; tho Mibus aro nt first partial y, and IIoorssarvspa'i!!aicouI rest well rautnight that hick Hraduetie.nnrt til Intprnai l'aln. Colic, Wind In ih Uowelx energies even of Christ. AVe have a great his parchment of graduation and says to your ,ay cause of more failures up. I feci refreshed when I feet Firty CentJ per Bottle. Sold by Drupgista. to school?" one for Hit so who do not smoke. Then soon ore totuily, unablo to do thoii work.1 Hood' Sarsapartlla Is all 't i. rwommended to be." stories about what with Christ: "Where o many romantichave accomplished menintel- Christ answers: did you go graduated." Let it not be told in Heaven that you de- in raising this crop than any fault of the distending w.lh IhU never physical toil DR.RADVAY&Ce.,H.Y., put in after a most charm The pelvic sac goes onupon tho blocd ves- - J!ns. II I. Vians, :i0 L'artilatoa Street, Jacfcin "I are the climate. When fanners liberately put your 0 lectual departments; but you know that Aha! the idea of such an untteralded young will take all the agesfoot on it. While it get soil or more careful andourthorough ingly e riglnal fashion, with any numl.er corruption, pressing rememorr, iao nioo.1, ton, Mica. jyrl nf Itndivnj's Nnmaimrllllaa into su s. ..vn wis unie, eternity to cele.eutentiind llr. KadMruy'a l'III. after a man has been toiling all day with man attempting to command tho attention brate Christ's triumph,of am entering tho kiJuoys to bo I hetv to niako ways of farming and fewer weeds are ol aisles, and. linul.y, the conductor. uh.chis fcasf ;w throunh this lemile. iisnaitadse aud saw aud hammer, plane and axe, of the world. As well some litt'e fishing is who completes the outfit, the special -- cL03L-S3 mg pus, tor it can not Uiko any othar ro'atel about all ho can do is to rest. A weary village on Long Island shoro attempt to tho startling announcement that because of grown, theseX. '. crops will be more bj' hiine f. His uniform is a poem a all drr?;'. Jl "IsforK. Praps of this mission on the part of successful. point of in rejection 'Telegram. mop anu mink ot u lor a moment. Do Soil by 1IOOU ')., Apotliceartc-- , Ixitrell. red only body is an unfavorable adjunct to a toiling arraign New York. Yet no sooner d ics llass. l you realize tho importance, nay the vitul by C. 1. Suet I'udding: "".lake a stiff batter gorgeou..nc3 and complexity, woul mind. You whose upbuilding of a king-'do- He set His foot in tho towns or cmc-- . of some of you. all that magnificent work of garden, and cross, and grave is, so far aa of granulutfd Indian meal and water, nnu as an excellent model lor a necessity, of having the kidneys in order! or the proclamation of a new code of Judea than every tiling U in cornnn'tion. you IOO Doses On Doliar ltd Can you cxjiect when tlioy nrj disoised or arc concerned, a failure. Ilek ua, tho with salt; add to morals, or tho starting of a revolution The people go out on a picnic, taking a piirt of batter half country regimunt of mill ia. And his obstructed, no mnttor now little, teat you to tho Holy Land to find tho By H. P. B. CURTISS. Price, $1.25. state of co itentment ia sumo- - oun niivo j.vr: otooa and era, e whioh should upturn all nations, could get only food enough for 3 day, yet are so impress, went a p:nt of chopped suet, and bod m a BULL'S DO. U some idea of the incoherence of Christ's fascinated with Christ that, at tho risk of cross of Christ. Getting to the Holy Laud bag for thr.'o hours. Less will answer, thing chc'Tful to look upon. The voti?d bo jutas ioasonab!o to axuect. ifn Ir. Cnrtl, nhoe Gnltnr Method louc been B there were three crosses excavated, and starving, they follow Him iato tho wilderworldly occupation with His Heavenly ftandard. docs rcul fcrrlco to the loTers of rood rs who travel w th him pest house wore sot across Broadway and the question was which of the three crosbes but long boiling improve? it. A cupful muienthorao. bTth' tlioronhly food and were compolleit t go ness. A nobleman fall3 down flat before -. and from whom he colccts fares, are counties us limrncti.No lc tbanTddlarramMlln?-tra- tt of cid'T. irsuienuni uoors, nn escape turunda In His father's shop no more intercouse Him and says: "My daughter is dead " was Christ's cross. They took a dead body, lump of a cupful o! molasses and a all about his equals, and while his p t Imple cxplana tao jKJs.tlon of tho tlns-rbutler the si.eof an egg niake3 tions nnd verr nwttji tocI nnd liistraairntil rauMc irom coniBfrion nnu divoase, ns for ons to necessary thau U ordinarily necessary A beggar tries to rub tho dimness fro. a his tradition says, and put it upon one of tlio wa? till a book, nhlrn (, destined to maio the elegant is complete and cxhaustue. expect tho blood toes-appollution whon riiOdcrn UaNJO still more appreciated and popular. in bargaining with men that have work to eye-?- , aud says: "Lord, that my cjt-- may crosses, and there was no life; and they a goid sitice for this pudding. The He is in his clement FOR THE CURE OF and has a pleasant constantly running through a dissastd do; yet Christ, with hands hard from touch be opened." A poor, sick, panting wom- - took the dead body and put it upon nn j'her JIouvAot'l. kidnoy. time. There is nearly alwas on board ROTAJL S23T&ER Of numerous method? for purifyot tools of trado, was called forth to become an presses inrougn tlio crowa ana says: cross, and there was no life. But tradition Now, what Is the result? Why, thkt young person inel ncd b ood takes uu nuil deposits this pusonthe Hold tho field asnlnstnll ornors tb chief bof a public speaker, to preach in tho face of "I must touch tho hem cf his garment" says that whm the dead body was put up ing drinking water rceo:umndcd by somercd-chrcke- d as . Good music. Mured and tor .ns"c c!asts In iu u' "uciauieuim merry wuen lie works it .sweeps along into everv organ, into evmobs, while some wept, and some shook Children who love their; mother bettor against tho third cross it sprang into lifo. recognized authoriti". the following rpciilar. ImrroTol lastructtons. I. U. Kmcrsun. Or CHILLS and FEYER, Tho dead man lived again. Oh, that tho IU us.. J5 per d jzen. his way to her end of the car and the ery inch of musclo, tUsiie." flesh nni bone, their fists, and some gnashed upon liim witn than any one else strugglo to get into St 5 power of the S m of (knl might of I'rof. Wilbur, of Kutgor's College, is necessity of thinking every t.nm of from your hoad to your f ot. Anc when- AND ALL jgALARjAL piSSASES. Sons crecJlnzCOlft.) for IIIsli Schoois; Rons their teeth, nnd many wanted Him out of His arms, to kiss His cheek, and to run ever, ironi hereditary iiiflueuco or other ery .simple and worthy of thorough CTl'WVtflt I JJell (JU cU I cr 'Ions Kinder (Ho&k I. ftlctv. start your dead soul into eternal life, be.... tlnll aiiu nun l 10 say IO lier, w ise, some part of tho body is weskar than their fingers through His hair, and for their way. I f. n.l . Common und tJrmm The proprietor o this celebrated medicino Uwkir.ro rt trial: "Dissolve half au"oun"c of pure nutuvwiiii-- mm To address orderly and respectful assemlor J.lttlr Slnyt-r- . (U ct.. OInper !oz.) form a all time putting Jesus so ia love with tha ginning tins day. "Awake thou '.hat steeptrain of diseases caplLto est, and rise from the dead, and Christ shall alum in a cup of boiling vatcr, pouring insures for h:m thai mental actviiy un- another, a countlessconsumption in is e- jmtly clcims for it a superiority over all remlor mui-I- teachlc: tchooli. blages is not so easy as it may seem, but it little ones that there is hardly a nursery in stablished, sui-vssk edies over offered to tho rahlic for tho SATE, into a quart measure nnd filling up with known to the spirited collector of "nick- lungs, dyspepsia,as where thire is a tlehcat CERTAIN, SPEEDY aud TZSilAirENT euro requires moro energy and more force, and Christendom from which He does not tako give thee life." SOT7GS cold water. Keep it in a bottle labeled els. There is missing that outraged stomach; nervou-iiiossinsanity ps.ralysh one, saying: "I must have them, I will more concentration to address an exasper. AMERICAN class of beings which m America is for- or hoait disoasj in thoso who havj weak of Ague asd Fovar, or ChJl3 and rover, whith- fttt.) Tenner nnd Holmnn. M the newest CHARITY. "alum solution." An ordinary bunday fcupcrtor collection. ated mob. The village of Nazareth heard fill Heaven with these; for every cedar er of short or long standing. Herefcr3 to tho is the right amount to add to ever taking Mimebody's number, and in nerves. the pounding of His hammsr. but ail the that I plant in Heaven I will have fifty What One of OiRl.uurs Most Influential In press and nearly ready Anibeca orira!c The heart mutt sconfei the eee!s of the pri- catira Western and Southern country to hoar wida loaches of eternity were to hear the white lilies. In the hour when I was a a gallon of water. No harm would be short the lifo of a ear conductor of Vi- son, as ii siymres pure UuoJ to Leep it in ryi his: testimony to tho truth cf tho assertion Ma:t7lni Sar Ahuut It. PIA2TO CLASSICS, poor man in Judea they were not ashamed stroke of His spiritual upbuilding. action. It No people arc so tender, so generous, so done if two, or ten were ad led; one is enna, while it may not be the most its stroke in i.umur that ia ro cano whatever will it fail to euro if and satisfactory in the world, is and fotvo increase to compensate for the natural the directions are etrictly followed and ccrricd (51.CO Is a urcat fsTorlte rrlth pood plaaltts. So, also, L s habits of dress and of diet of Me, and now I have come to a throna sufficient As different waters varc, it stimulus wanting, m its endeavor tocroiril oat. In a great cany cases a single dcio haa were against Him. Tho mighty men of I do not desoise them. Hold it not back, j the bereaved aud tho unfortunate. in may be found that le?s will answer." certainly not the dullest. EGOKS HAILED FCR RETIIL PRICE. As .n "Pari, thero is a limit to tho tho impure blood through this obstruction, tjen sufficient fcr a euro, acd whola families Christ's lime did not appear in apparel with- O weeping mother. Lay it on My warm j Statc3 whioh. probably from an instinct pain, or an out trinkets and adornments. None of tho heart. Of such is tho Kingdom of Heaven." unucr incir cirvuniKiancos just and wjho. number of persons admitted on board: causingfeeling. palpitation, n this furecl have bc:u cared by a slaglo bottlo, with a ptr- Unnatural SOWING OLIVER DITS0N & CO., BOSTON. Again, I remark, there wasjio organiza- refuc to recognize tho right to subslstuno ft rcstcrit on or tno gsaeratiisaita. it is. Ciesars would "have appeared in citlrons' but thh oa 1 not e eaid to be very labor is, tho heart must soon falter, . ' every caso tacro "apparelr" YCt "here was a man. here was a tion In iris behalf, and that was acMast by a legal provision for the poor whereby TliS Pl.ui Atfoptpi l.r ICnlicrt Mltclioll, llio harmful to the Jfew Yorlr. C II. HTfitrr Cn F Itroatf intr weaker and wpnuer interosts of sudttcily stops, nnd dfuth uutil ono day it iwcrer, prudent, and in ccntiausd in smaller cure, if its from pretended King, who always wore the same mm. u neu men proposo any great work the idle and vicious would chiefly tbe company, .since the limit is reached "heart diseusy" is tho verdict. apparent dies for a wooi or uso is Nutoil IiiiUaiu Agriculturist. ; two after tho uuians has nrsxrEf5-ysiSSTK?? SaJrtTJyTii ,5r 3 coat. Indeed it was far from shabby, for they baud together, they writa letters of paupers by the visitation of ami both But the medical profession, lenrnO'l and Ktschochcd, atoro especially in difficult aud I will give you my plan of sowing wh n cvory'.sent, every &Zffi after he had worn it a long while the gam- agreement, they tako oaths of fealty; and God, tho aged and infirm, the bhnd, tho platforms are packed so soundcases. Uaaally this medicino Il'aMilM but lir.?t give you the Ken- man dur ng tho journey full that if one dignitieJ, call thcaj diseases by highpatlsnts Trill blers thought it worth rafciing about, but it the more and complete the organization the deaf and dumb, lunatics and idiots, are wcro to swal- ing niimos, treat them done, j and deaU'i sot roqutra any aid tD fcoep ths howels in tfrTiHT'i nirrfa ?JMZZ&2JL2. was far from being an imperial robe. more and complete the success. Hero was nmply provided for by public and priva'o tucky plan, as told by 3voral still die f.rthe arterietare earnjin-!on to y low a feandwich the sides of the car gwi order." Siouid the patient, however, It was a coat that any ordinary man might one who went forth without any organiza- charity, with all that ran alio viato their k farm r? at a .Nttion-t- l meeting might bur-- t out. The fare varies ac- the njfefted part, constantly nd ling fuel catlrartic iccdictne, aftcriaviap; taken brought from the-t- suppurating, tion and alone. If men had a mind to join or teach them, as far as possible, tlio means have worn on any ordinary occasion. hold at Lexington sums years ago. cord ng to the journey which you hac kidney whi"h hero m our wah-bcw- l are tfcreter fenr dcics cf tha Tonic, a a ngle iozo On tho EISY IIi;:i: tytom. patTJcnts at th Neither was tliero any pretension in His in His company, all right; if they had a of American chanty per nir nth, riite t Tho conductor learns very nutrefac;inn itself, and which should of EEKT'S VEGETAELE FAMILY PIU.S will Stud for Cstaicuc w ith fullup. llOMylea.rStnltuS. diet. No with golden chalice mind not to join in His company, all well. towards the victims of great natural catas- One old gentleman said that ho mixed undertaken. p jrtlcultrj.malled free. cured brought Him wine to driukV On the sea- If they came they were greeted with no trophe, far moro common there than Iito his bluo-grawhere ycu want to go. and sells you havelioan is not firsttho kidneys bavo to to itScicst. TISS no ot'acr pill. But this nil so"d with dirt, and in ?ri, SLOOparBo:tle; Biz Bottles for 85. shore He ate fish, first having broiled it loud salutation; if they went away they tickets which range in price from one do; for you must remember that each communities burned out by a forost firo February, when the ground and and Himself. No one fetched Him water to were sent with no bitter anathema." Peter or ruined by a flood and yet more the pf to three and eight-nint- adult takes about seren pounds of nour- DRa Constructsd on tho net' mcthoil of etrlnirfn?. oa ishment erory twenty-fou- r hours to supply drink, but binding over the well in Samaria departed, aud Christ turned and looked at sacrifices made, tho readiness with weather were both suited to work, he timllr.r terms. fcnd for 0e3crlptlve CatoU'Rue, ecu's. tho waste of the body which is constantly SKITH'S 70.NIC SYRUP, him. That was all. frto. He begged a drink. He sat at only one which men and women devote their leisure, sowed his blue grass. Another one This afternoon I traveled three and going on, a evjunl to tho quantity BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. All this wa3 against Him. Did any one thought and energy to tho supervision of said that he mixed his seed with leauhy eight-nintbanquet, and that not at all sumptuous, for, cents worth; and gave the tukuu iu. This ton, the k.dneys i avo to to relieve the awkwardness of the host, enc ever undertake such an enterprise amidst their public institutions, the succor and ashes, and sowed it BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. Boston, Now York, Chicago. in that way when conductor a pits o of silver-plate-d money boparnto from tho blood, with all other do of the guests had to prepare wine for the such infinite embarrassments and by such nursing of a community stricken by pestiTho Papular Remedies of tho Day. tho ground and woalhcr were" right. (they have that here,) out of which a composing matter. THE WCW DEPARTURE DRUMS modes! And yet I am here to say it ended lence, the efficient distribution of" public company. Hut you say: "My kidneys nro all right. are made Ith patent doable acting rod ana of a cent I havo no puin in the back." Mistaken Prloflpil OBcc, S31 Jlaln St., LOCISVUXE, ET. Other Kings ride in a chariot; IIo w.ilkcd. in a complete triumph. Notwithstanding subscriptions, are above praise. A careful After s 'vcral had trivon tha r ideas of frKction less than loitunir Knee rcK. i.iRSf. I had to g.vc them in change was due me. The conductor man! People dio of kidney diseuM) of so seeding Sfe (oiPASJS4lKnbJtani!al and handsome. Other Kings as they advance havo heralds His wordly occupation, His poverty. His audy or transatlantic examples might put TOMivr iirAt-TTMrnvrn uiicrnr im onnrr Used In the best 'Hands aot inv wav. winch is as follows: I ot dove down and got up the exact change. bad n chura ter that the organs nro rotten, ahead, and applauding subjects behind; plain face, His unpretending garb, the f an our own boasted Iavishness to sham' UlkUMU.3. uuv.xun.kv. MVJ and yet thoy havo nt:er there had a vain nur sumo thirty bushels of e ;tra cleaned that He was schoollcss, the fact that Ho JJrUlt!t Quarkrl'i Jtttitx. Vienna Cor., jn Philadelphia Pr.ss. Christ's retinue was made up ot sunburned Si tone, suitms all other ,y" mi aihe! seed; then I went to the saw-mifishermen. Other King3 sleep under em- had a brief life, the fact that He was not and fj er.Ith and aprtcarancgj,.. Why? Recnuso thodiseasobogins, as wo nearest jiusic vyjfc 0 broidered canopy; this one on a shelterless cccompanicd by any visible organization REPUTATION. got a load of saw dust. I spread a lmvushowu in tbe interior of tho kidtiev. A new Alpine peak has been not keep thcm.rw.nl. at notwithstanding all that, in an exhilaralull. Riding but once, as far as I now rewhore thtre aiefeic tsmts of feeling layer of saw dust on the barn flour, iSZ&Kr " ir. J& --set I Sandspit7e, one ofthehigh-e?- t the bcusatiou of pain. Why this to conve the tion which shall bo prolonged in everlast- "LctXtif, 111611, Your r.ood He, i;ti Ppotcn then ten bushels of leu member on a colt, and that borrowed. is so wo fflEfcrffattf UYON & seed, dolomites between the Tyrol and may never know. Of." Again, His poverty was against Him. It ing chorals: "I havo finished tho work and so Upper Austria. Many prcvious"nttempts When you considor thoir groat work, tho Nothing is more easily destroyed than a then another layer of requires money to build great enterprises. Thou gavest me to do." on until the sed was all to reach the summit had failed, as the delicacy "of their structure tho oaso with See Him victorious over tho forces of good reputation. You may be years, n lifeMen of menus arc afraid of a penniless then took a rake and mivel peak is perfectly inaccessible on the which thoy aio deranged, ecu you r.woml-projev tor, lest a loan be demanded. It renature. The sea is a crystal sepulcher. It time even, iu building it up, and yet a mo- used up. of our mon and at the omen! x&Tfi'i Ton mern ciwn i. quires money to print books, build institu- swallowed the Central American, the Pres- ment, a singlo act may suffice to destroy it. it thoroughly. When douo mixing, I wcht and sides, while the upper Health and lone life can not bo cxpectod 5 cnlc. A breath of scandal may blast it, an indisshoveled all into the wagon and drove portion consists of perpendicular limeh.arlo-ItruJ Ires lrrt llHson when so vital nn organ Is inipaiieu. No tions, to pay Instructors. No wonder the ident, the Spanish armada as easily as any IVl2u3lB4Kn-lBlI(- I wonder soino writers ay wo aro degenerwise men of Christ's time laughed at this lly that ever floated on it. Tho inland lakes cretion may tarnish it, a "dead lly" in tho to the lield and went to work sowing, stone walls. The two successful climb- ating. Don't you teo the great l'alWnb'eJliBieJylorlJvrCcsspiiinuiiadilltciCitd tho ex by admarrd or torrid coad.uon of t!i Liter, bi penniless Christ. "Why," they said, "who arc fully as terrible, in their wrath. Re- ointment may make it offensive. How taking as much in my hand at a time ers found the a?cent most painful and trrmo importance of keeping this machinCmll',!l"n, UtLoouns. Jaundice, Ileicir, is to pay for thus new religion? Who is to cent travelers tell us that Galilee ivkca jealously, how sedulously, should wo guard as my hand would hold, of tho sawdangerous, but were rewarded by tlio ery in working ordorl Conld tho finest (ihrn.itbeartfi;rj.etc Itrfca!tnsti:rbm?cl,pan-Jlhh'vcharter the ships to carry the missionaries? aroused iu a storm is overwhelming, and itl s seed, and spreaddust and trnrtrmt TIIVI'II 4 tfTllV- - rV. V- magnificent view. The Sandspitzc is engine do oven a fractional part of this AN IKYALITABI.B thv.tM. 3..U.R Nothing on earth is so valuable or potent 1'AZ1IZ.T ilCDICtMS. Who Is to pay the salaries of tho teachers? yet that sea crouched in His presence, and woi k, without attention from the engias a good name. Wealth besido it is dross. ing it like sowing oats by hand, aiming over l, 000 feet high. Thousandoof te3timonmi3 prove its merit.' Shall wealthy Judaism bo discomfited by a licked His feet, no knew all the waves TCCIMi!t.TWUiTJ:ia.TOVriSltCFUTATlON. neer? Don't you sco how dangerous this CLAisasssss to two bushels to the acre, and the wind. When IIo beckoned, they Office, station, fame, arc nothing worth in or putleast a bushel of penniless Christ!" pnwecnted witbout hidden disease isi It is lurking about us at and a half to the feun1p fnece ASK ror. THE constantly, without giving any Indication came. When Ho frowned, thoy fled. The comparison. Talent, learning and gifts or The consequence was that most of the B The best possible thing for a man fnl- - 2'J leart' Its people that followed Christ had nothing to heel of His foot made no indentation on tho orator, pale and fade in the presence of it. acre. Tl rTt T IT v r V ConrasroNiJEScs eJolicitku. to do when he feels too weak to carry of Tliopresence. most skillful physicians can not deFor our own sako wc should sacredly guard The advantage of using saw-dulose. Wealthy Joseph, of Arimathea, bur- solidified water. Medical science has STEVENS & CO. lect it Uutmttcrlal. perfect f.t. ciw!s any 15 or? shoe. MTLO over dirt to mix with is, first, it i? any thing through, is to go to bed and hot be nt times for the kidneys themaelies can every led Christ, but he risked no social position wrought great changes in rheumatic limbj it for it is our crown jewel, the one potenwarranted. TaVe cone unleu rtitnpci examined by liny menus which we sleep a.s long as he can. This is the uarnoiT. micu. Dongas' 3Wfchoe. Warranted." Concre. CUICAUU, ILAu IV. I rir in doing that. It is always safe to bury a and diseased blood, but when the muscles tial element of userulness we possess. For much lighter to carry, and the sawon uunlysis have only recuperation of brain force: be- of thoat our command. Even microscopic- nation anil l.ice. j;oyn nK dead man. Zacchcus risked no wealth or are entirely withered, no human power can society's sake we should do nothing, omit dust being about the same buoyancy water, chemically and or mo v. Aiouuia" r0-- " tr Ho Rods to Gut Off Horses1 M3D5S. is in a definitj social position in following Christ, but took restore them, and when a limb is onco dead nothing, that will tend to obscure it. For as the blue grass se-Mas tyl- aa the seed would cause,of duringin sleep the brain receive ally, reveals nothing kidueys in many G2.00 Otebra'ed "Kl'LIPSi:" HAIr- rest, a condit'on to aro fairly cases even when tho stale a position in a tree to look down ns Ho it is dead. But hero is a paralytic his Christ's sake aud tho church's sake, wo slick to the which gave a nnd set thcic liocs from deal- cJfSl lnnd UUinu: Combined, appropriate particles of nutriment broken down. passed. Nicodemus, wealthy Nieodcmus, hand is lifeless. Christ ays to him: arc bound to guard our reputation as wo better spread of thj seed. The objeceanr.otbc silrtcdbTtnr horse, Sara- irrus 1 flniif.l- VVf WThen look out for thoni, as disease, no m cnrtarfriresaonDoiiai .c. the U. S. ..j - w " Stretch forth thy hand," and he stretches would guard life itself. Oh, it i3 these tar- tion to bowing dirt, rle Halter to any prt of SoMbrall risked nothing of social position in followjfwa uiu frir.onrccrlTMof i;i. besides the weight, from the blood, which take the place of matter whero situated, to 93 per cent, us urocxoc. it. aiku. nished reputations, these soiled garments, oOviry ing Christ, for he skulked by night to find it forth. 1 Kad'Uery. Hardware and Ilarnns r i QV9 those which have been consumed on shown by examinations hn was that when you throw your hand. Sneelal discount to the these discredited names, in the household liklm. Him. In the eye infirmary, how many diseases its origin in tho breaking down of these Trade, rr- - Send for of faith, that so weaken the testimony of ful out to spread it, the dirt being previous labor. Health Monthly. -V All this was against Christ. So the fact of that delicate organ have been cured J,C- - l.lQiiTiioufx.nochester,:..!., secreting tubes in tho interior of tho kidB s seed, that Ho was not regularly graduated was But Jesus says to one blind: "Ba open," tho church and fill tho mouths of scoffers much heavier than the smoke, roofs that noy. you valine health, as yon desiro long Cliimncvs that would spread oil' by itself and not carOur $15 Shot Gnn now $10. An against Him. If a man comes with the di- and the light of Heaven rushes through and infidels. Jfamclttic Monthly. leak, gutters that overflow, rainpipes lifo flee from sickness nnd suffering, give 13 DoaHe BrewHoauer. $9.59. ry tho seed along with it. OBEST.TAttNJgJSMKW plomas of colleges aud schools and theolog- gates that have never before been opened. nttentlon. Keep them Sanctified Common-SetuShould you not get the amount of built into the walls that discharge the thoo organs somoand thus provent (as is ical seminaries, and he has been through Tho frost of an axo may kill a tree, but t TvaPyJi'-T,in good condition Sanctified coinmon-scnsshowers of heaven into his drawing-roo- easily done) all disease. is the last and seed j;ou desire to put on foreign travel, the world is disposed to Jesus smites one dead with a word. Chemacre PcrnLlijrr,aTva: M tho least part of man sanctified. There aro first time of .owing, von the easily tho London tenant has all thcie the listen. There was a mau who had gradu- istry can do many wonderful things, but "Warner's Safe Cure, it becomes year can go more hearts purified tlian heads leveled; i BTO nen town ated at no college, had not in any academy what chemist at a wedding, when the wino over the ground a second time by go- the privilege of making good at his own after yenr better knowu for its wonderful tTsrerr&7"T . gl'JftWlfflll'lSrB.k'ln euros and iu iowor pail of water Into and yet a "level head" Is as valuable in its ing crosswajs of the way '" by ordinary means learned the alphabet of gave out, could .Chang vou went sole and individual expense. AfiiKns, cur. 11000 place as a lovinir heart. Thr. m?rmnt a naif, mall for I. ' the language bo spoke, and yot Ue proposal .&f"sk.flfwtne! 'tho phya Kent by ;"m " von r- KKKR. H. KOSS .mMn.Wii.cij. .;- -, tl,m1, j . , ,,.,, first. Tha amount of saw-duaWhat human voica could to talk, to instruct in subjects which had sicians and medicines known. TV amor's ..i.ifinrT&I'd. co..toij;do, ohio. 4i school of fish? "YcF here Irftvoico that to reel and love. The possebsiolltacnbl-Knfo Cure is a true specific, mild but cerconfounded the mightiest intellects. John an experiment, l wouiu adviso you to is to bo Bny them from Cincinnati, Oct. M. tain, harmless but energetic nnd agreeable 'X'JttiS GBIAT says: "Tho Jews marveled, saying, how marshals the scaly tribes, until, in a placo iruiy sanctuieit Dram The old earnestly take three bushels of saw-dusought and ENGLISH KEMEDY BLANK BOOKS. vruonuow & CT. ami mk tn'nSTOCK Cnttle Couimon5I co, "father in twenty-on- e to tho taste. CO ft 2 00 hath - this man letters, having never where they had let down tho net and raised Israel" whocultivated. tho IIS Walaut Strecw s pom wis of Tako itwhensiclras a cure, and never J'JiTf. Hit-- InilirrjUon. etc. FrwrromJXcrciiry; 3 25 tt rMwitro lliitchcrs "soft head and seed couumenlj-l'nrit up with no fish in it, they lot it down hard heart" prayed for learned i" Vesetafalo Iasredlenw. Jlccnt Ohio. Meatlon this paper when orderlagr Cincinnati. 3 40 W 3NJ or his let n month go by if you need it, without measure oft an acre as HOGS Common cn.vs. jf. currrevrvx, sew youe. We in our day havo found out that a man again, and the disciples lay hold and bjgin would harden the onehearer, that the Lord with it; then can, 3P0 hi. 4 a; takioir a few bottles as a provontive, thnt flood Fuckers....- and sotteu the other, near as you and try how evenly SHKEP Good to choice may know as much as a to pull, when, by reason of the piultitudo has to 3 25 bo kept in proper order, without a diploma the kidneys may mrri7Bi7KeiiKT.Vijri: GOOD MAN awakened this train or thought. Do wo you can spread the three bushels - ...... tho blood pure, that hoalth and long lifo man with one, and that a college can not of fish, the net broke. of FLOCK Kiunily. 2o.2 red.... 325 J3 i'J .V lirussUt'a atorjr. 73 pray Tor that soundness or mind and dis- saw-duIn hU section. BalarT ?. Wheat cnwcctlc worker; may be your blos3ing. and twenty-on- e pounds of OKAIX Nature is His servant The flowers Ho cernment or judgment in transform a sluggard into a philosopher or Mr. Ifjig c chaptnsn. dniKtlJt, Kewbnrjr, .T, l!eivrAcei.AnLilaa'af actor's Uoiue.U Barclay Q6 . 75 the things of U. 11. AVAIUtEtt & Co. No. 3 red.... ...... s seed on that acre. By the ttt1U; la: e o'.a a theological seminary teach a man to twisted them into His sermons; tho winds so necessary for tho highest userulnessGod, 1 haTO Xor the past ten years sold Bit. Corn Xo. - mixed and time you have done this, you "have tn they were His lullaby when He slept in preach. An empty head after the laying IUll's IIal.av tor the I.ckcs. I can say FilEMGH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS. Oats Xo. - mixed Tnnr.E is nhvnys crowd work to bo done, Vtu. ul . l the holiest life of tho Christian! I .... M Ui'.i Ityc Xo. I other on of hands of tho presbytery is empty the boat; the ram it hung glitteringly on Would so many of our churches fear not. learned about how to proportion your Xew !!!:. """"ilcan notBsay of any speak medicine. to , ilnines,method of deccratinr not boSatins. Vase. CO an OJ and dainty fingers delight in doinr; it. ..10 be in such seed and HAY Timothy No. l..... Lanipjialen. etc Can ncr ocari customer detected from of it but 7 03 still. But it shocked all existing prejudices tho thick foliaga of tho parables; the star unmethodized, "cramped, cribbed and so as to give you an TOIIACCO Medium Leaf.... ,.C (X) band pafntinj:, EatllTanplIriL Send for price.-rralse It, vinuo. in thn hlehe-- t manner. 1 ... 8 0J dr. !) ttl in those olden times for a man with no of Bethlehem it sang a Christmas carol rpconra...,: ,i, i" BBm, "Hot supo" an tngry 'loodLeuf. "V" ","." n condition as to their financial re- even spread on tho field you want to -- 'wtnt..niK.wiijwvivi nuuvi'iuy i w loll dlrecilons In. Street, Fork Mcsf... .. 102. eiiu :i7it Cleveland Sun. 105 Mn Cincinnati. Ohio. PROVISIONS scholastic pretention and no graduation over his birth; the rocks they beat a dirge sources, spiritual work and opportunities bow. Cor. Indiana Farmer. gu ,.. :Ul tbe happiest electa. ctr.j 20 Jjutl l'rlme Steam from a learned institution to set himself up at His death. " 'ligggg; SSSySSSi-prcflt- nila is for doing good, if the heads of the members Yf AF4T YOUI BUTl'Elt Cbolco Dairy An Offensive lircatU for a teacher. It was all against Him. SI & SO Behold His victory over the grave! The were as well looked after as their hearts' Ohio Creamery.. ........... emplormcnt to reprerent o In mr not only to tho person 1 h) & 2 25 ismostdistrossinSt About Catching Cold. Eemedy fbr CatarrU Is the So also the brevity of His lifo was against hinges of the family vault become very cotinty. FalaryJpermonthand expenicf, or Ari'LKS Prime, I'cr barrel. am sure not. afflicted if ho havo any pride, but to those 1 CO 1 So it. Easiest to Use, and Cheapei:. larsc comnusJloa on Mura If preferred, ooods staple. ' POTATOES I'er barrel Him. "Ho had not como to what we call rustj', because" they aro sever opened ex- I Ertrycneboy. Outfit and particulars Frr. with whom ho corne3 in contact It is a wc contend for more sanctified Hence persons catch cold NEW VOKK SXA:."DAia EII.VEBWAKB CO, BOSTON, HAS3. midlife. But very few men do anything cept to take another in. There is a knob common-sensdclicnto matter to speak of, but it has among our members; moro 2 H) years of age, and yet on the outside of tho door of tho scpulcher, prayerful teaching nnd preachingof itfrom most easily. Active exercise sets them V onn State nn-- Wc6tcrn.. 2 13 before thirty-throparted not only friond3 but lovors. Bad tV YEAR is being !, ft that was tho point at which Christ's lifo but none on tho inside Hero comes tho our pulpits, and a general awakening into a perspiration, and the sudden br competent. IC!i breath and catarrh nro inseparable. Dr. $800 to 83,000; No. 2rci Jha rooil 'Jr Cold in the Tiead, Bage's Catarrh Kemcdy cures tho worst men hartnr it 43 ft 4fl terminated. Tho first fifteen you take in conqueror of death. He enters that realm among all classes of our people to its ne- checking of the perspiration Corn No. 2 mixed....... "Jdache, Hay Fever. Sc. SO cents. Wmticr. CECB polling tho Mlnrl when excases as thousands can testify. Si eh 40 nursery and school. Then it will take you and 3ays: "Daughter of Jairus, sltup;" and cessity and value. Our Church Home. nuts mixed. t r.EATFIi rvrnTWDERr. SamDlaontriaL .11 (O (En ;o ercise ceases cause; a cold. Such perFOKK Mc's Bt.Lonls.Mo. at least six years to get into your occupa- sho sits up. To Lazarus: "Como forth," Qi 6 U3 wn Boiij l'artlculars Xree. J.WoBTU,Box sons may seldom have severe colds if LAUD Western steam Tins ancients could beat us to death tion or profession. That will bring you to and he came forth. To the widow's son Ho Uusinesa CHICAGO. Will II W feiil.OterShell. UAUPSTUDY Character. painting pictures; but look at our frames! thoy lcam how to twenty-on- e years. Then it will tako you said: "Get up from that bier:" nnd he goes ...- . sMMWr GRAHAM Floui- - nnd Corn TllSHSl IVirm - lMn?vtn1ltn Arithmetic, soon- Chicago Journal. aw nB It is not said that character will develop perhaps thoy have managj them, and FLOCK Wisconsin wjnter.. ...53 90 t3 4 00 ten years, at least, to get established in home with his mother. Then Jesus snatched less actual sickness GKAIN inuwndisyvxviJsiEixizjec 73 IP. Wilton's Patent I. ISO " nca i ."- - iv... in all its fullness here. That were a time such as interferes with work or pleasyour life work, correcting tho mistakes up the keys of death ami hung (it 737,' populariUmbiuxlas haTO a more mad In tceplnpponl- No.2 Chicago Spring .... Hi3 too short for an evolution so magnificent. tre. ., o a; tyyou havo made. If any man, at thirty-thre- e girdle, and cried until alf thethem to 2......... ",S..-?"- anu.:? WF.ED Mlr S Ci" graveyards In this world only the coniless car is seen; ure than persons who do not tako Corn Xo. No. icsumvoiaia pel. Oats years of age, gets established in his of the earth heard him: "O oaappltcttin. AVILSOX BBOS., Eatoa, Vtu Xarelshed. TVr!teYAi.KSTiSxBaoa,JaneiT!lle.Wls. 45 4J ..... ..... death I will bo sometimes only tho small yet prophetic cold easily. Flesh brushing (liirin"the tvc.... Fort producing a vigorous growth of hair he is the exception. Yet that is thy plague. O, grave, I wm life work & 8 67!J upon bald heads, use Ilall's llairRenawor. Mces be thy de- blade. The sneer at the godly man for his cooler months lessens the liability to rOItnT Stcatnr Vl7s.Dengs andWtTesaeatC. O. the point at which Christ's life terminated. struction." 057U Every druggist will recomnioud Aycr'a ALlMiTft OFFER. GREAT CHANCE! where. Wfiolesaleand retail A blade ia a catch cold. A flesh brush is much like LAUD imperfections is CALTIMOUE. Men in military life havo done their most No man could go through all tho obstacles U. C Strehl & Co. 173 Ague Cure, for it is warrantod to euro. rjJrs iOT s T"-- , small thing. At first it grows very near an ordinary hair brush, only with a . WW 3 63 Cbn-i-amily .. .. years I have described, you say, wonderful deeds beforo thirty-thrchaving the earth. It is of tcu soiled and crushed longer handle. I havo seen a very FLOUU- -iWl.nat- Vn 1 tt . .vr """-,wrTiKon to the "VVeelcIy . without KU?8 ceaseof age. There may be exceptions to it, but the nature adjoined that was supernatural. UllAI. The clock .......... ...... U: ?5 I2'4 less march. makes no progress in its lioston "'iS?? Pila n If mbil'jcd tir by Niivrmbcr. 41','tJ 4?i But it is a, living thing. good one made of a hair brush with i Corn and most wonderful exploits iu military prow- That arm amid its muscles, It simply marks time. 33 ..... MIcd Oats Cheapen R5fiE.t and nerves, That great dead stone beside it i3 more im- longer handle attached to it Habit PROVISIONS Pork Mess W Ji.uary. l7-"t- he Transcript. fettl fiO years and bones, were intertwisted ess ba$c occurred before thirty-thro- e ? .?'? ,he "r:l 8 vsgtK S3 to M the energies 15 By return mall. Fall Deaerlyttea JL1C'''- - "',r Oejimryou have km Ijinl He lined of age. But as a legislator no man be- of omnipotence. In the. syllables of that posing, only it will never bo any thiug else makes the nsc of a flesh brush on Un00 iS. 150 559l'eJ?Ln,ir IW Clffere.it Cloth liound Dollar bMmm MJj' ,wr 7mSUJm,r mwm A smmj. country seat Tho milkstool. than a stone. But this small blade it doth dressing for bed or on rising in the CATTLE . First quality. come a legislator until Tig has had long voice there was the emphasis " nd piper one year. 5 a tr Kia.,iaaiubooSg.Tea 8 IsasiitBi Ulms. HOOD Y CO, CincMMti. . ........ Keie Age. S c( of the eternal not yet appear what it shall be. Prof. morning, a luxury and almost AS,.,iEUf?-Kc- years of experience. And yet tho God. That foot that walked a necessINDIANAPOLIS. ' Endorsed tw5.iIil?lVT h"n are: Lw itbont Lawyers: AIHC'K BIAUa RIH brtto scribes were expected to bow the ship iu GennescareVslwll tho deck of Drummoml. ity for comfort A brief, vigorous rubFiuzeu Axle Grease is tbo 3ot in the c.sS"fiiKLdJ5rwB1 Cyclopedia: Farmers' and '.K PUcWs GUAIX Wheat Xo. 2 red ... J stamp kingcreat I'lanl'ts. I'ric.we. prico 13c Pucket Dic-fioU Jrcnje world will wear twico as long at. any other. )wlrit??ycl3I,ed!. Cowmen book): In P ultry down in silence beforo this young legisla- doms or darkness Into ..... -M.2UUX.T. mixed-.- .. tionary, 0 Musical Terms. Com Every young person should look up: bing of the skin promotes its healthy Dinelson's demolition. This 'a.Preat tor, who arraigned sanhedrims and accused poverty-struc- k t&i Oats mixed CbrisfoKacd Augustus, that is, aim at something higher than him- activity and its ability to resist cold. A cu.niTAHLn construction The poor- TO 98 A BAT. FamplewortliSI. LOUISVILLE. governments. TVrltsi owned the Sanhedrim, 'ewncd Tiberias, self, and determine, if possible, to reach It. Household. VI1KK. LlnesnotUBderihehone'sfeet. house. Puck. .5 4 00 Aristotlo was old; Lycurgus was old; owned aU the castles FLOUR AXo. 1 O m betBBinnu airm Mia uomxca.,iu,Mt. eajfe beach and all Better associates, better employments, O 12. Wheat No. 2 red GKA1N Seneca was old. Tho great legislators of tho skies that looked Best, easiest to uo and cheapest Fieo's The attempt to raise tobacco in H 31 A.N.K.-- E. Corn mixed ?5c" uerlbfd bcoki iato its waters; ter thoughts these he ehould keep before UM Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 50c. :J3 Wv?i "- - Stlfactlon tuaranteed en for the world havo been old. Christ was owned all the earth 'SiM is a failure. Tho experiment Oat! mixed and never bo satisfied unless he make iraU the heavens. him, Referercc: Hon. WHEN WHITEVO T AVTJTrEI PUSASB Q10W young. All thl3 was against Him. If a To Him of the 5- United C.lt.AMoHsuTOrRochfster was faithfully tried, but the result was PORK ta.Mess... plakt;Jitbelonscd tho some progress toward the r?rs,a. .ot. tkai rmtsmw ti AlrtrtlsMMrt la tftia backboard! Hoi ton Her-"Wbehs does C8W .. child, twelve years of age, should get up in iAHU-StcnHOME CA.. (l.la.K.Vl). MMMM Ht v far from encouraging. aid, ?" vir.SHe who walkea laM Hi tear BcEt.Vr,K.T .! A FINISHED WOEK. fire-sh- od "? gray-bearde- o - BR0WN'S - Kid-ne- yi - ? IRON Set-entjf- lc yo-Jn- g no'tned-icalJournal- of d" c lf kind-hearte- fl n ITTERS ox-pla- in ho-- u; metn-nhorioal- ly - wash-bon-- bo-fo- , foul-mouth- ed -- bolance-Hartjtr- s coni-plot- , bed-roo- o t 3 o &oft-JliaMrthe- cntliusia-;m",k'nd"huzzac- d. white-bosom- ed welcom- e-breathing o, t. s. lTivCSt -- out-sid- o poniten-wy.Tii-litt- mag-notis- m rough-ly-speakiug- .a e 1 Doses leJ apt-Ec- ! MltH y far iiSsT ll i, II-- o bo'-om- inde-pend-- nt ina-muc- h Sana-(anil- be-co- indice-Uo- n. icel-h- g. h. t r to-da- y. - 1 - 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla i 1THQ0. h-cnter-taln.n- pi-rfe- aife-M- nii3-eio-n. pas-sn- tuou-nnd- s mm Sndtfs Tooie Syno if ?. o J : s FEVER and AGUE THE WC-7- life-givin- g ! rm ; -- 1. n , or c PHOSUSS, book-lo- r ul it ox-citi- ng 0 outrof-breat- u CLUE-GflAS- S. 1 li-nm- cor-Un- to benefit-neverth- eless i . i blue-gras- s, if.e.iuis k'Jft'fcE Ken-uek- ?tJ??.H pus-lade- r. UNRIVALED ORGANS cup-bear- er s- three-fourt- hs JQHftl BULL'S UPRjgjjT PIANOS, mo-lc-d hs two-thir- bluo.-gr.i- s, ll con-qncr- SLirwsm vrtsa Xttb V i blu-'-gras- s nm HEAL-""-'''''- " saw-dus- t, blue-gras- s iiM: 1 r th GMM&W1 n. rw to SU-.- .. Djr-Pp- ni, S80. blue-gras- !, m m st W. L 1 . iUGLAS yf la RIM B. " d, i - saw-dus- t, .&u ...-to..- nftcr-deat- li ? bine-gras- fS 3 'iJpk - s A3 111re-I.It- .' p. o m, mm vu - ),, iillZZJ. 1 .1',ntByUtlIt..l.ll,l. st st fJmmBM KEiiiOtrsrl $ss&&m PILLS, Tua., Ilua-x- OIHCU-I.A1- " blm-gras- st " W1NTE9 bti-ln- es blue-gras- MN-Y- " . - n-- saw-dus- t, (TO con-line- -- sccno-shilte- .":.. T: I no')U.a Thin-skinne- d e o l ii 1 tn, yur C. 'i . lloofe-Xeepin-n . wiJe-spren- cl JTZL-re- nt. m d. o -- dowu-trodde- u. 65 r'i.?! .,TSlto c m prlce-HjTr- e I.nf Wabasb-arCnlcag- '? asasa pot-?L- il gray-beard- ed m im $5 En-glan- d JannarV?ir-pr.V0.n- e n. """ M tj & "' i -- Mm - ""- llll " . . I . 4 sfpfy iT .r v b , '"'ts. ' - i. A i,i.-- S- it. fir. - -- , -- j - i. s$, tf-- V iSfet, ?. . . fjlt5it .' J t 4 . - wjD?'-Ja- J. C5S is-'.- - .. -- " JjUuJ lyjL P3 rAE2 35222 3 ULXEi JZIXJ QI5' n 2S&3 B T I - - - t 1 i 4 "'"BBBfr - . It .1 ".--.--- . With many thanks to my mimerous patrons for past favors . ,. nowimaht; in !..,. !,,,. .,.1 uui.iiuh..i.i, ,,fU..., (l.n ....1,1:. H.-- 1 T 1. utsi a " 'UU1W r ai.Liiaveiicn." rnndv for insnnnt nn nml sjil n ... n? i,n. I.,- ... 1, m, .v..-.i.i. .i.J....cFnfujj uuu j-7P. iNCYDRY GOODS ever brought to this sfrtf- . ' 1 1 t- i u ml iiium. iMimiiiri MinrKH ui tj4 i tc n .1.. new i 111? t i' , ,. tion of country. The GOODS ARE AI jij ivut"!' nr . T -iw ,nnxir.o in an lines. x.. iiv House is fnF l" ,.,.,.fl-;.- r ".fo ,..;!. m?. vn i viVJvxxo. " ui propose to oe rieaunuarters ioelu ir PIIICESvmA DURABLE GOODS. I don't advertise i?n ive j. . -, ., , :. .,.. ' i. i. 'RELIAJJJ'J'-- cniuracmpan me ..ii ....i. :..u: .i.i. ..!... n, Low Pri ,to w Bu.. i. puunc. 1 UnnK,tnc... iuuu-- i.. u.u. ,ui.Bcm u uuu, :.. t y bucii iniusparciit fiaife. I flatter myself that J .....!- (loi- n- the largest business in Hickman, and a few worthless, trashy articles at iuu am I h& ,v dealinir honorably with my customers, to meftt their patronage, lujspecuiiiiy, v. ;.-.-- tiioi-wio-5anrt u. :r, r.-- - ",'' sl jq iti-- ' J a'a'ttt """ 1 vv." .. ,7V, - -- r.. - Aj H p irK-jmv- m ,j vrou,tI 110t for t,iat ,9 W0"I(1 s: . sxjcx-ik.j"k.3sr- . I tfCi hi ;.f Wi- j, i i ....j. - s I w.-w- i TTS l owwwwngii soon achievo n To :;( oufrjjritt.'j of the l'lirrli.itt I'uuntirs: t. Memphis, Tesk., Oct. 21.fSlS so i. i. sas. ii. co5a nw r iurrv3 -- :.,: t ;.. i.i. i. t. j reputation and an influence that committee of for one of its object h an interview with would hi; honorable to hinisolf and met at .Mayfield on STOXK TO aX ESC. tlio liith and G h sk? vbS2w w J. ". llionia, president of ihe Mfthville, valuable to liia constituents. concluded to hold annual Chattanooga & St. Louis & aiTi. Who of the west of B- ililrntiinif T M ' -- v -- . sSlPMlsM 1T3 nwav'N nniiniotniiic j.1i liMfMMlf""U' iVB5ri jIPh- 'riate L. - .' . A CARD. the Tennessee river, and decided JPBBPB j. ..v i, " HMt SUl j. wu lei. '5BW Ci 1 AAj i BAM JliAillii u nfTTjinni tnt Only a very Btnail nnmber, if connection of the TZw "lff JRRVIHWr D.w.l " -i.nt i inblcanyrBle?tTBT.firt aen--' ii lv vnto in lldlll flin " " "" I'll.mwnii MJ IIUH MDIIM"" "" I'vwi IwvMibUbukvl.ATiiUMMMiak.k4Utw.M Mil vll"lllilll . ww.. In. ......, runu, T, ..! J . e thus lamily, Captain sgjPTnii c any. wlil be gulled by Oscar's flM. hd Warren, a. position in x resiucui xuuiiius 1I.. ai iiiccuiiiuf K.ini ' j. lie uiiiiiiiiv icniiim who COI . . . : .1 r u .lj,.:.. uu iw , circular. If lie roiild not ouviaungxno- .irauier uit t "aMiiuKiuu, ...it.. reuiamoi meic uuniig ireigm " ""6, ui.: ocMl "w hnilt- - nf t!m Pnr0,) -"".- -j " s5 B"S" STISf DXSTG stand np before Capt. Stone in the made at ColumbuB, iT.,& to unioa ouy, my whole term in ouice. lurner'B uir- - !' "" army are incapable of bearing tc Olio Bqad. It, cular. over the Mobile yiilTv ifev why did he is not known if neRotiatioas were entered rnnvasfHikc a man, it linn nninn to me from rplinbln "alico or hate. However time hwiZAz iwi.'srrrw r : j'Tnot quietly withdraw instead of into for the desired change of route, but r.y cnou-- h has elapsod to wear away. r&m L&1 tvir i-ia tiSUZl -'- ?35.?W slipping off to his Jefferson coun- there is no doubt the matter was d&cupsed, sources that I am charged with tho animosities of tho war .ami &&& jjs4S5 reP.M The ingratitude in proposing to vote agreed to. ty mansion and issuing a seven and, in all probability, can but stimulate such Hickcolumn circular full of stale, false distance from Charleston, Mo., toline to for Stone in the pending race, in the higher sentiments of fratertiaf is only forty mites, and the Bhuikots, fi-o810.00; r,Of charges and misrepresentations man, the two systems will doubtless be that Col. Turner had shown such relation and true patriotism. connect to my brother, Ed. marked favor . : i s i f on the eve of the. election? But built at once. It is true these meetings will rr ijuuii's tJIOiUvS, Oi-- 0 Warren: but I had not thought S25.00; that is like Oscar Turner. Bosh v (O)- Iii additiou, on Monday, the proper to publicly notice tho fiesh our recollection of the urn- - 17., 11 ! on 8nch statesmen The sooner CouuiEtt received a Utter from aid! X'lailllOiS, V 001, 1 m 20c 81.00;. udnal valor of our comrades the good State of Kentucky is rid Capt. II. A. Tyler, Nashville, sta- - same until now, when Col. Tur the movements ot the armies, Uli ( c invite the attention of the public to a careful inspection n ner s circular may ue mierpreieu UC1US aT1(i Ladies of all such, the better it will be ting that the engineer.";; P ronl 51.00 Spckof Fall and "Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes,of our new &c. "Wo as a fustitication of tho charge of ;the more we exalt the exploits f for her. Standard Pulton Cor. ceK ; ,Ingratitude on 1I1V part f lo not our comrades and tho inaneiivr.ji)(r would be in iiicUman uu nil S OOl; J tO fjl confident in stating that it is by far the prettiest and best selection 30c (?r The day after Col. Turner's fail- to niakie a preliminary survey for propose to misrepresent Col. Tur- jmg of our army, the higherf IkRO ,n1 . ( uv Vi y . j y-c 1 i'Sv-lli;-'? ever had, with prices as low as the same class of I Oilll C I V & Sorth will Iwi .4..uv. of .. r.ilcoil w. .i v,.C . f1 .,xiA rvL(JA.a nctitnnfn fr lO Tnil Nashville ure to speak at this place he pub- extending ner, nor do I intend to be misrep- j.v.....vy ..... w i lished a card in his Pad u can or- Western track from it present resented myself, and to prevent who opposed us 10c; Suits, S3.00 to 835.00; Over Again, these meetings will cill 5v river in West this is the motive that prompts terminus to the gan, in which lio said: ('lit Stnne's INt was made without Hickman. The nwiroaii vumpanj this CJU.(K It Js,i ., fact ti,at CoI. our attention to the causes of tie Coats, 82.00 a 825.00; ftny 'onsultation with me wliaeer, and abks of the city of Hickman tho rrrnor ,lnrmi Wnrren a sub- - war, and convince us that both ao"t attend them would interfere with mi right of way through to the river j Gloves, Valises, Mucks, Carpets, or(iiliat0 position in the Democratic 5jles W.CI, K'ting for the prote- - of other arrangement. I riiall not thrivfnre. in West Hickman ami depot nr i?niirootitntivoR .whicli tton of the great American prni- 1ilo-be sold m any market. Our Stock ol lifin-W at lit appointments, having cupai;e ex-grounds, the entire outlay for 1U)ei ilalR, Laps, ilUieSacbetsand Short Wraps, is o f the best classLadies anil Misses Cloaks. hn ,,..,., H(!VOr..i months: ciple, "That sovereignties mur f 1 cannot ignore." ' ! of GOODS, made in the inrnts whicli t within sovereignties, mi'i'r a which should not cost the town 75e The Colonel's meaning, then exceeding $2,500. It is a plain, )nt k i8 also Jv fact that Senator judicious division of sovereign r, oo! b'3.00; Cashmeres, Also.?n handsome new Markets. As we sold Williams applied for and obtained , . vague, has since become plain as 1 3111 clean, last winter, the Stock now is all new, and prices remarkably rt i i proposition, and tho'f him tll!e position in tho Gov- - powers, between tho Stes on iu L'7 J .'i ,. 1 a.vjv, noonday sun. Tie had to fill business wooi; iricoTs sold eisewnereiow; ltcmcniDer we wm sell as low as any house. the u i po- - ",u D ' imsmess Cilice, an appointment in Louisville with should notmiere&iB in determm- - ornment Printing Uirough which iOG, AVoTl sell for 60c; be long eokl else- - : Senator the other, tho only dinVonoo i'f sition ho bold. the Italian Count de Foresta. i ? :..n.ww.n nig as to tho constnic'O" .""u incr whether the new road will be ,,..tii n.n ,.,-:n: SOISTS. tnv &i . o. I ... ,1 Paducah Standard. . j en Ill'ir M'l Ili.iJ drawiV.'iiei-.1. , , sell ' ; tuu i.u..i..v V woiui iu it. n......ntiitv line ' ration ot that senators term; aim, itrtiw.iikln tt.n tiiinri.iiini.tv trom that dgnntic ov.i, TnE unknown factor in the Con- ,nmniint of moncv. The Iron iiiiri ttiu w? ww !. j. v tored so many nobl fellows, great seems to be the Mountain connection means the ,wul injjIiem.0of Senator J gressional race ! hiding goo J to the cause of On this the Brownsville & blup lsiana roaa ,,,, T?ormhli!in vote. llp ,vnR .0ntinued i the menus oi vjoi. xiiriuw, wiu..s bontn certain, ami uiiuuug uu nosition about six years al-- ! ' lll'V,t '7 r ;,;t f.U : ' ,UA,"'"1"' E?31! he is not the choice ot a majority this proposition tho city should Therefore, if the above . i"1 ' -- The City Council has taken of the Democracy rely. That a keepthis steadily in mind. The Turner's circular is o lennesM'C unWTK o7wr""7nTl7 extlv nir.ui I inoi-bwMil IV larce element of the Republican - Courier is often accused of bo-- -, to bp :.ltonirete,i as 8LJ ti.n Waging- ' for Capt. Stone is cer- travaBnlll ilIeBI, (ofc0urse fi,r are in i",f some, if not all, of Wholesale Headquarten tor tain. Ionian in the past has so yond its purse in any fay to sec-- , ton ull tll08e years in a position " v wu.i l.ab'.-- , ' 1 thsit. we lies tate ,to mdulsre xox ,.,' :!IJ Co. " cradesof rv,i T,,n.r'in. orate i the viiiifiert tho Rennbhcans of this i....:..,i -"-! nj , such hard i word pictures of the great ma-- ! ;'11I1(1 tfiercill llmt j, his ade, regiment and iVko district, called them TOBACCO i?" lumber of 1 . names or abused them in such terial prosperity we believo these ; then I Jlf.Ji ro can i d ! o iT onto lS thl? d.l. terms as Col. Turner, lh.s two roads will bring to Hickman. mugt bo' poraiitlSd to say, that it wo.,1,1 be a favor to manv round P'ic- -; lu il ,"'!" . ..,i bia are ottecteu a (lisiuu timv remember acrainst him and We be eve tint, thev are so an- - :l i.n " us t..,.n w, nil - ; ,'-..- -.' J and IX-MUMti Ul SSDSriO: 5(0 Sfi SH "ouu.alr , him in mind of his unfair- . may bo reached, w . hnt he business interests , .V " l.' ' V" um u we will b.... the bedt iu the market ; We dso ep j.--iiess to them by casting their votes 0f Hickman can not fail to see, and Senator consider whetherto tKe the als nri,n.n,y AtJBufckbuJn" u.9 challenge any t o -r2 by a ballot that and to act promptly. onNovember I J e f ' s. t..vt. :n m olui xumui. loes not reau, rt ,nifo to Senator .1. C S.i ,,r .. . hn .,..;..." .1 i.;h ln Uio iasnvmo onion ui .. cosmiiitiee t Wednesdav, Mr. Thomas in an in Blackburn, Versailles, Ky., or Gen fPaducah Standard. siuipo tin legal and feasible plan flense call and eee us. t to 8R8D8. FARM ie voted on by tho FU41WJL & cBOT. Stone has drivenI) Turner from-- "- terview la made to saj" yiat. notn- - Jwim S. Williams, Mt. Sterling,the &a I illMI llll !!! Ilillli llll HUM The FvenrU IViir Htjjf l ,1 t'.ii the Council do it? people. Dfyjiiai statoiuont-iau- ot I tin ooth e Iha-tn.isi.ies Of auwwrmmmerr&i idhl. (Clinton Street, Corman & Go's Old Stand ) 5Vroival Of war t &3'JiIf a man why will ho not meet his "o nun iuu IUIUtheoT5?W Itcause pecanso-o- r lavoffflE'-al.75111 IIl'SBKO-- "' "V Kt?il. Wliuorsement of Stone that, if voiMii: E5i"iiH oi rim t111,11 n.iiii opponent like a man ! Clinton take any steps, but that ihlfiii em-- . f.,if ;,... Suddenly or heari . ,,. .,.- Democrat. ly apring a move would bo jnade; Turner is elected, ho is to obtain mcivc years after rnmcend in:t, at Nadliville, Tenn., Mr. Frank ,tua my removal from thopost-oflic- c ot" Richmond. Va. I that uuiiii:i;i-Hiat been struck to lu-- r knees, l,vj. Sg & FARRiS k was born i,i . uimciiuies was V It t;rrT. Wf mf"r:--i--J- ; t Ll 1..T "! wiC ZZ'TZC - -- S. .k.. m.M. "" I.VIVW i tho principal obstacle in the. wav "'ckman. I do not say that Col. nig at every pore, bv the hvv 1 uglaiid. in lbt7. He was dearly lore.l PLUPER ANOTHEU CHALLENGE TO TUKNER. b nil lamily, and highly esteemed by all that he could make no move with-- " .,un,cr ,codescendcd to this sword of the OemiJns. non".- - v. lio knew hiiu. Jackson Sl , opposite Courier Office To . Kditors of til Standard. out a meeting of his Directors ' ".Ireai ,,ul 1 Uo say that some of guage could be meek M.ou"lor 11 1 CK MAX, - - - KY. A JlOTIIKR-'Please announce through tlie and that tho matter UKQl'lKM a,1,,e,ents made it; and I do wii- - riiMiuii govenui'.nt in ire had not gone' -t wfll, dfar fun ! I.ifeV joyn an.l griefi re o'r, columns of tho Standard" that I even far WELL selected stock of Saddle and enough for that- - that 'my thilt lf ,ny staining tho llick-sinc- o i.iiiuiiM wiin me m tor?, an he for il.iru hat cnlm IJiuInti liipiijr oliuri-- ; UariKMS. New work made to order. will address the citizens of Padu-- 1 uy,m post-oflicI'linU.a, ami bilff, tliy fcuiIJcn tmutit lljetv. is dependent upon iiiiiuoici ui loreign afuura at r Ss Olnn'trneir tho 71 1. vrU, tlioueh liriRlit for Hire, ; " .. . 511WI' I""in . i .. ; r. .. .. ..o t. .. cah at some convenient place' Irom Union Afobile i ntVr ns fair. Prompt attention given to nr vn . n in 11.,. ....,!: 1 I have secured, nits pruning race lliai ' V . j City to ColuuiLus had pfrmaiier.tlr. one of the tinerv i.eiilll re A! llrti, of:unl Jn , urr tlnn- -. icukuut '"""out I - A 5 Monday night, November 1st. passed into xknien m the btnte, ond willN, 21 lu EriiiploT such threats and insinuations, njinost constantly making sulis- - W ill I tiK9tun IdrajitiirnuK ITHif, lliy iwrribtiur.. rooting and tinning a opeciaty. Ii I Jf fl the handsofSt.l.onis. Hi. uii ttmt bih-- l Hon. Oscar Turner is respectfully the X. C. & blotto I will not lw undersold, even in largf r citits. sl,0ilI1(i humole oxplanatior of '",rriiiiB-r.iirom wiiatever source, shall ttld jupirt oiir lipn ii mur.. of any kind. lie haa Secured the services St. L. deiired a intmiiilntfi mo frfit.i nrnn:c.:.. not i.t-.,or two ir- invited to be present and a fair tract of their own, &c. &c.! rui .iMWaViw. ... ..... ...:.. of that well known and excellent work.w... I.AU1ID1IIL: Llll: the renent fnl .i,.,- mi;-.- ; in .. Ihij Unt a;id ouEi c'inf!te(i ntv T division of time will be given. lr,iu;nl i. man, Uncle Hob Farrifw, which of itself ia 'j.tlii Tho Courier, in the light of fiiv.iL jeuiocratic privilege or vot- - is newspapers and tho popar Jln h.' l.ntCTBrtt.mj nur tho nip tu ivit "(J ilc.e Ii a guarantee of good and faithful work. Respectfully, t, ..a x me ciues- - outbreaks ,u facts, can not look upon this inter- oiuco sri sj apr24 W. J. Stone. beemii,, Tvjfia.isrsra iuw as encouraging tor tlo Hick- lion ol gratitude has been rnio.l n(-- humble had Fram-weakness that she was coit- - ALL LOVERS OF THE BEAUTIFUL man extension. Mr. Tlionas is no 1 feel that it would be ungrateful WIL BURN'S io senators uiackburn and Will- - uu oul oi the list ot groat doubt talking in good faith, bnt, GRAVES COUNTY. Miout: pay .11iJ. JO.VKb' and unjust to myself, not to I)ean Powers, and the other jw. 5Ir. W. D. Sullivan, a prominent jir. (jouui, ii the commercial ne- make this statement. 1 measures iu E;pt have nov- ers Democrat of Graves countv, and cessity exist for building this ex- er in life failed to support nomi- -- :,n(1 took their without consilium Turkey a tension, knew tho facts ss well at member of the Democraticcoun-t- y ,,er- - Rut this (Corner of Jackson and Kentucky Streets,) you nee, but in a journalistic L'G attack of meck.. A visit, where and will find always on Laclede Block.) committee, was a caller at tho tho Memphis meeting as he will years in this District, no life of a larc man can ,s Passing away. The French he hand, IJoni'cis, Laces nell assorted stock of Hats, Standard office yesterday. He next spring; and an approximate point to a personally Flowew and Feath I1ICKMAX, A'i mpieteu discourteous d in 'fa. verytUing tojbe found in a authorizes us to sat that the cost from previous surveys could article towards Col. Turner from theirarm. tlie rCOrlizjl.t'n 0f 1 have the best tlaker, and mako belter, I Ktatement published in the May-fiel- d have been before him. Then tho my pen. In the nendiiicr race be- - have beein dillgenlSngeVo?! (larger loaves,) whiter and 6weeter ilread, i FIRST CLASS miWER? SISE2, ouuiujur aim iau monins, and not Bakery in tho Democrat to the effect that 4 i tween two twelve years, and now nicy lacy j Orders promiitlv filled, and prices to suit than anyhand all the time. city. Fresh in-- 1 Democrats, without Also, IceIlread on there was a great change in favor the "early spring" is the time this lenuing discourtesy to anv one, uu:nHuives a match lor anj si?le tue times. cream, Lemonade, and a choice lot of Conwork must be done, if it is ever JfUST OPENED, with new STOCK, out and out Fine, stylish RIGS for hire. II TERMS reasonable. of Turner in the Pottsville disTatronage solicited. fectioneries. Cream Ilread at WHbiirn'a. done. Ilonce in the light of this I choose to prefer Stone, because power iu Europe. The results a trict was a mistake. He claims I believe him worthv ntwl ibcnrv. suriirisincr reviv.'il of Mm ci.;rW...i me a call. WILL WILBURN. Give . .... v.v..,. interview, if tho extension is built, c "" '1""H1U wmi ne is wen acquainted throne-bou-t au?13- u wm not oo commenced before ing oi endorsement. I trust j poncj oi revenge and the esib- VQimiiimjr's snlc. the district, and knows that octSO-18CIIAS. DOUGLAS. among the Democrats Stone is next slimmer or fall; and if in the shall not be forced to say more. t nf 8?,VCral 8- - FcLTt CtCl-1- Ctociff. KTccav. ROCEKT DOt'GLAS. t e Kespecfully, stronger than two years ago. He meantime, the Mobile & Ohio L goading tho nation into a nw Geo. Warren. DOUGLAS BROS., Awinst says there will be but a very small shall form a running arrangement war with Germany for the rpc.r. r k Fineii'B Adm'rSn. DeftR. Equity, with Mr. Gould foraterui of years, Republican vote polled, and that For the cry of the lost p'rovincets of.i. . Ordr r New Grocery and Bakery iu in... f . Stoue will get a fair division of it. then the extension will be again' Cayce, Ky., I.emMaiurc. snee and Lorraine torn from ho Sale of the Fuhon Circuit Court, ren- Oct. 23d, 3S8C The indefinitely postponed. Tn other MANUFACTURERS OF words, if this extension is ever VOters of Hickman and Fnl. U'Cedlllg sido of the conntrr?,, de red al the August Terra thereof, ISSo", (.1 the Montgomery Stand.) CALLOWAY AND MARSHAL. built, the Xashville & Chattanoo ton Counties, will have to elect a J,S70 NV,,at we SP( i France to- - in th0 nbo.ve oaU8fc!!?r thc 3JWB?,of four; is ;i repetition of what Representative .l" h"na.red an if,'E8.!0"Yr..!!? "Will keep a general assortment of Fain-il- y i' Wadesboro, Ky., Oct. 23. The ga, and not Mr. Gould, will build gust election, at tho noxt s Groceries, Confectioneries, &c, and there sixteen years nffo--tlit. and it is most time 5f 6 percent, .r ann race for Congress is tho topic of r.,e fr. ih. s baker. Goods to know who the arpirants are. f l)re6.s aid tho peoplo violently 'lay of sale, until paJ, and $S7.so costs keep employed a the day. Stone's friends vanr Vly5pj jSfcy rn 'i ftf3rfMW J mw BteB all fresh and ueir, and will not be underB We, the citizens of Cayce aud vi-- ! driving a reluctant and hesitatinV herein, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale sold. jtine2o Our Xtxt ReprsMiAtive. anguine of his success; Turner's government into innre.hinrr !., door, in Miclcmnn, CinitV. do most heartilv nst M i the not so much so as we have 6een From Fnlton Filltonian.J bidder, ftt J. Oliver, to como forward andarm-- v to th frontier. Tho gov- - Ky., to the highestthe 8th day public aucthem, in days gone by. We notice of Novem-bcWho shall be onr next Repre- oner lnmselt as tion, on Mond&y, v.. .....,..,,,, iuuu"u ion nr ,...n.x ' a caudirfntn far W. DIESTELBEINK a great deal of wild speculation, sentative in the Kentucky Legis1880, at ono o'clock, p. m., or t for the onitnL.i" on tho part of Turner correspon- lature? MrJRennick of Hickman Representative. In ourjudgment fn;t ,wi (baing Couuty Court day,) upon : v.i.i' ''""J ."t.vM.iu nuiiiu ....,' dents, about what Marshall aud coanty, was "our ljlft. "Fulton's mure is no one better qualified, it a year or two;i.i mur postpone a credit of six and twelve months, the lut-lticiiot follow ipcdijaQriliedrropcrty, to- - wit: A Calloway connties are going to turn comes next. While we have and would servo tlie peoplo moro he able to withstand tho inflamed in Madrid uunurou acres oi tanu lying jlo for Tamer. Now mark this quite a number to select from honestly and faithfully than Mr. popular pressure, and it nepd .. cerium oneRend, Fnlton county, Ky., bespace to name all articles, but no vmvur, aim preuiction: Calloway will give all able and worthy wo bog consider ourwo trust mat ne may surprisonsif tho first disturbance ing the south lulf of a 200 acre tract al- NOtrouble to show goods, request and act aclotted to Mary Recham, one of the heirs see, at Stone a handsome majority, aud leave to suggest the name of K. S. of tho European situation should of Daniel Watson, said lands having andome and Avenue. tho corner of Troy cordingly. and Moscow East Hickmpn, Ky the probability is that Stone will Murrell. Although ,mt on nbl ..w ouuuuu uuuiiuuk oi war been conveyed to II. A. Tyler by J. R Many Citizens. carry Marshall county, also. Cap- man, Jud ivi ii ui.t i A. Tyler to Row-en- a along the boundary between Conley, and by aaid II. xiaa givcu i tain Stone spoke here yesterday abundant i,v Kxuiicii high capaci- Finch. For the purchase price, the HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I evidence of Judge R. S. Murrell, at pres trance and Germany. to a good crowd, and iu place of j, uiu t me oar purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, 'bearing legal meeting Tomer, he met Turner's bench. His Hfe hasand on the ent County Attorney of Fulton HICKMAN, KY. shown no county, is being urged by the interest from the day of sale until paid, Roll co Your Rniiot. biennial circular, which Stone sad losel" that could and having thc force and effect of a judg"soil name to make tho race for Repnatuueu jnst like he has been or aye" and his acts seem ato ho DEALBB hen yon go to tho polls on ment. Bidders will bo prepared to com- 3ES C? JEaao-3ijLa?handling its anthor all over this governed by the nnr.i rJnemieo resentative of Hickman and Ful- Tuesday, to vote for a Congress- ply promptly with these terms. I W. P. TAYLOR, district, that is, "without gloves." Ho has tho divine afflatus of gen-ju- s ton counties in the Lower House. man, you should carefully DEAtEIl Ii examMaster Commissiner, F. C. C. There is not a man in either of the ine your ballot beforo Capt. Stone's speech was very m in Ins nature and feels it movvou dr0n it Judgment and int. to day sale....? 1,150.32 two counties better qualified, nor I Satisfactory to llin friomla on,l ing in his spirit. The 87.30 Italian and American Makbh It should con- Coats crown is there a man who could easily into tho ballot-box- . Turoer'swriendB say they had tor eloquence and laurel T3BTJOS, fnrencie. tri defeat him, should he decide to tain nothing but tho name of the MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE much rather seen Oscar hero to umph is within amount to be raised Sl.5il.12 I bis easy grasp: make the race. Bardwell Star. person you aro to vote for, and if Total02t2J defend himself than for him to t.ive lum scope and verge enough, STONES. uas manes ot any kind on it it ii AND . n:.,- send that circular. They are get- -- uu vmj iiereoy predict IO Ii.iYiIa (a f ;..?.. AVING received a fine lot of Ame o PATENT i wu u.iot uHiiie wnen 'the that he will ting tired of this circular bnsineaH inscribe his name c. II. DOCUI.AS. n The Convenlean ana Italian Alarble, l am pr uics sru couuted. we warn ev AT.B. riilttlMKU. anyhow. Stone made many new erasing touch of high above the- tion composed of liquor dealers ovi'linilr in l,n l :.. ., ... parod to nil all orders. Call and exa (Abdominal Supports ..j....j Tho ballot is no friends here yesterday. The peo- my inai despises envious medioc- and distillers, mot in Chicago this ticnlar. .vuvviutmnii ling j)ar. PLUMMER & DOUGLAS ur work. its superior and good if Orders from the country prompt ple are getting warmed up in the would level the MEDICINES height it never week. Mr. John M. Atherton was it contains more than maytlGy ARE IfOW BEADY FOR ALL matter and it is moving along all could attain. Young, ambitious, elected President. The resolu- tho candidate, and the nanio of m BrStk BM ' 3?A.ITT that to be right, and don't you forget it. iuiaiuue io win as well as wear tions declare in favor of "temper- printed or written on whito paper. SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS LOWER and LOWER. any honorsthat may be conferred ance and morality" and favor the A2STI3 Democrats. l.TXT of Country Produce that may bo offered All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c in politics as an mm uy me partiality of his m.uh be for shipment or storage. Special attention as cheap as tho cheapest I will not H. BUCHANAN fellow-citizengiven to he wm ever ho organization except when actiou JOHN WITTING. undersold. If, as in a Washington found worthy TOIET kRTICLES dispatch, President Cleveland has and true to of their confidence is necessary to :Proteet tho bnsi- is the only man in nick:man thnt ness. WHEAT, APPLES, &e. every trn8t. We do sells Ackerlnnu & Wyler's celeFOR SALE. said that the name of no son of a "upe &C. &C, &0. brated Tailor made, perfect fitting Wheat Sacks Ucpl on Einnd Senator shall go on the Federal time ne may he chosen when the 200,000 feet dry CvpresA Building oc., &c, &c. arrives Bob Ingersoll has the same Ready-mad- e iwy-roll- s Clothing the best for rent. with his assent, he makes to represent to select some one and Fencing Lumber. Also, 1OO.009 n Hieknian ami Fnlton disease that killed Gen. Grant and and cheapest in Hickman. a new claim to the respect and New Depot W. B. V'e Cypress Shingle loTOfiice counties in the Legislature of tho the days of the gre.it infidel are cannot bo found in any They Warehouse. at BONDURAXT & DREWRY.' filled at any hour of the day or night. BUg nigktbtll. after 10 eouadeace'of the people. other - u eiteK- r. M. Uuly2 mar 12 "vv If he shoaldbechnFeu wo few. house. . IBB EICKH&H COURIER. New Railroad P rosM'pl momet doubt IK I B t ..x . J ..- v.mjpi'.-M-a-- ct atibeaBUyuy, iiU AT lV!ia L2-ai- H re-unio- -- ...aa nrA. --- - ALL n- - m: -- Mr.-Giu- Lou-ifvill- ... . n... 1 fi... I J.-- -- I ' lib! i C-- ;" . ; fciA tc- -. is m? per pair to to -- mm Heavy J ail -- ; I i . sulf to e S.iiU, IHlCIL. and to & JL- - t j i.-- , '' ':.,. : i -- iicn Mens to Hosiery, if CS 71 to i complete line ' ,"" ft....i, i. vw ; . ..... ... '10, okirts, iii to it - ;' i; "''":" "."""; e ve Tricots tor slam. J. AMBEEG'S Sctfrom " .fr ' PlAt:T BRO'S. &CO.; I r W nl i...,i, "',, A'illf KJ gXr, ;- nt I nT n, ll'to ,i V i ! !f$ ...J Oii O. B. I "-- ...!.'; pT ardware, Tinvarey IMPLillT f-' V r-i-0-r - KINGMAN, -- s.rl,uu also-comeBo-- me " ' u.l., SadfeujliJiISjI 1 -- Mil-:irto- n. N I -- i' m mm -r- I!- 't. ; 1 t . & o ""' --v A 1 m-- .t.' i a -- - llll-:.!- '. . vi nu-- t wim-- j. j-- jML-uo- uu-;nrma- u e m r Iro-iam- s, EMPORIUM1 mn m msm, Mil EICKMAN. KENTUCKY, A' 1 !. .- -. , ' Z J 'f 85 W. G. KINGMAN. .Td-,mCn- J EERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. n i Au-Ida- ' o first-clan- court-houe- r, there-about- a, strue-ffle.isno- y I Family Grroceries. -- Hickinan Kentucky. , Km - i W. COWGILL, IU Ful-tonia- n 5 Trusses Anti-Prohibitio- itn-nC- TS A non-interferen- itated s, I y -- -. E'n! Wl :y rlo .a ,xf--s:r- . ' 4 '.Z &'--i r.f t i"- "' tV s t 3. 1 '- -- I I -- r ." C J&f m r V &&S. .Tv S&Z'iHatiiSi&S: : ZtZ .Vi rSrtTPt R-r- X r v ' .-- M " . 4 A' prx fi- xr: .' GOODS Department is fairly teeming Fresh Imported and Domestic Novelties, such as were With Bright, t E',"naiea6e3i t . renew --rm .rS r7-y- ANrSET3-T?0iw f -l S BBMBB -- - " XBT -- TastJBi . . - wiim sever Been heretofore. i Has a handsomer stink of Goods been on exhibition than we are now showing on our counters. greater rush than v?i have had for the past two weeks, while v CORDUROYS, fiOitESPUNS, DIAGONALS, WIDE WALES, SERGES, TRICOTS, combinations, silk Stripes, Silks, Our stock is comitate in everv resnect hair lines. pleasure, to show aids. 4 k' Our WPI! l?4rK22 h J. B E A. H S WITNJib& mK j. vy -- sssm "ntrcsrsj- -i p tiiSTOR? OS" HGSHA er, Every x F T THAT --o- itfa VJ EHJ V I CLOAKS, We ate showing a Jiahdsomo line of Ladle's, Misses and Children's Cloaks; in all the latest Styles NEW MARKETS, SHORT WRAPS, x(o)x And never before have we seen a O-O-js - H. A. C VS . bp? " '& mms&a osss TKo invite each and all to call and examine nn goods and prices. s-r X. AiVl It no is p 55 ss? n IN DIAGONALS, JACKETS: A trouble, but a Plushes and Yelvetsi Plain, Striped and Brocaded. ' SMITH, ELLISON & CO.! j SHfe gJKBwHH i2f Lii 13 mmmmm rKsl3 i I r- F? fc 1V3 ??! -j wa H r5 s Ma g fcrj l2 "1 4 m! Wm TK "" fjn '! t?M LOCAL NEWS. re authorized to'Jftnnounce n. K. TAYLOB, of Logan county, jir a candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention . We KTOTiT" E3?lS.i? nm WW sCEsa & 81?ES H 4Wi u ftkK'Icni:iu wju's V '5arro:j Eis." Fsilloa t!:,4iiK! i ll'i feiil v l"i fc-fu--i i mi t?fl fc. tr.J R m&kfi&i& wt r.;i U.i-- f fccNV -i ls: r. r'-'i NSi .o cvru t-- ij r3 vVXiw,-n iw s'?-v s,as BCUCLE AND CLOTH. Wc have already had a flue salo on CLOAKS, and tho reason is that we have tlie Styles, and our prices are :nght. Don't fail to call and see our WRAPS. , SMITH, ELLISON & CO: Conafv Cosiri oif Ciuiius9Oc. 11,1S4 Le friends in Nashville. Miss Birdie Warren, of Pulton, is visiting relatives in Hiek-ma- Miss Mattie Rose is visiting imm r PHMJlT is a? J About 9 oVlock SlUldav lli"ht :''ejr ATa 'iere,,y allowed and ordered to be rc vij vi roii ftm l'11'1' outf 'be county lcv ol 1S&G, and lt,ic front lo or ot Alexander & of tbe several balances in SbotiflV hands assbownby report of Auditor or rominia Maxwell's store. Services had Pioner, Kecured tbin day, closed in the nrious churches a J V Cowgill, pauper mel ac to-w- Ordered that the following claims and ! INSURANCE, FIBS -- L3 I it : n. . J it new railroad c r- C ' ', .. nrosS,aiV. build our vharbor, Hickmancfht to enjoy a i :. . . i : .i isiana. ol 10 78 15 The Southwestern Kentucky 3 73 i- Medical Association will convene 328 90 29233 in llickinau on Tuesday, Nov. 9. ri'.V' Mr. Howard Maxwell and fam1000 ily leave on first boat for a two 7 80 m $5sy Fhz&y ? 7 300 week's visit to relatives at Cor75 ning, Iowa. 89 00 to .Mrs Cafrev A fatal epidemic is killing tho door, which he succeeded in open i - 6 25 Maxwell, bridge luni horses and males in Warren counaml K"vo ttl,0,r,pm- 30 00 BQOTSfand SHOTO CTOTRTNO cvv.., tittle oi men were ty, Ky. They die within ten hours nearby on n jone-- l dnv us brid. com... 2 00 after being attacked. I,ttn'ler ,,iedr was ever shown on the counters of any doiii" ' business it.streo!l'ulal1"ucf!f''!i!!' .' HI 11UI1L Ul UlU t KllUUir ,. ....w It J'"' f.,,-- f.. : ". " . o, 00 The State Board of ITealth of 1 . . v' ! 1 i j 1. jl.. IT :.. wo .. a..41 r.- unnrfM: x.. , r Alaxt u w Tsif'hotf. iivorvooiv. insneu io tne .IU(Jj:tf.i.c i i iw imi.t-O- J ,v.,,,.f:,..i Kentucky has .1u.u..uu..uw..mIi)l in t.m fWYennw ,.a ..v. 15G43 ' S l" 1 ,.. Vl,..v-.v..Vv,. 1 cattle from Illinois on account of' DW l)icki,18., bridge com V rCSC.llC' a"u lV 4. 1800 M,..,. Jtitiiiv; uwu nxLj vl yelling, tuo cm.ens were quicKiy ,TM French, pauperapc jtJUtib iui OLtitb, liuvo u c tuu uitu.iu 3 73 " '11 U0 ;ttci mi lucKer, " tarnust'tl. J., uiu miiu my For Ladies MlSSes and r,,., Olll COilipeUtOlS 0(1:101 W.VSOll lilCISl. !,.n,.l,l I.a mnfiirnd rln fIniiiPR h:ul 11 avlorfc French, .ervicen as court. 30 00 pfiniil.nil iVnm flrnr In arc determined to do the business of i town this fall about two sections (cilnifr mikI houe coin. 18 . r coffin m, 3 00 shelving! PJf-of 13 35 ' big bargains. fJ"?"! Af i vnu sot- - oJCox, b11V .!..'"". filled with dry goods were in " 15 00 in'.' 'nJ.ifv bi an( pnCCS iUd StOClv mi i o (in t iiixi;i; it, v.iv ti ' mi it, .".."'. 37 75 id flames. It took immediate ac- - J S Uoat. bjidgc ape Tho voters of Franklin conn- l 30 assured. 1 tion and desperate methods to Alonzo Lert, mibi tvcaii nnoii Jmico wm. Limisar is 2 CO XT. COUqilCr the lire. At One time JV W Meadow., pauper ape ..! r? t to renresent them in the next Leir- o to feminine hcai'i., vr e jlo tne articles most in ven it seemed that all must go, and islature of Kentucky Sfr& Lo'rl,amDe 150 00 I v ) 1 ? 5 . A.A .. ul' A.' 11' il. . '.. - the crown began to carry out tho SaJmei repairing rtoves &c ,1 ao 7 6 00 in- gOOtls. This Ollly seemed to E The wife of Hon. Jacob white, especial aiiu;iio "uuv lauyo snouiu nerseii 10 00 J Morris, imiper med apa died, at their home, in Clinton, fV iwf SCOing Olll Ulbpirt) . Odl' make others realizo the desperate- - J b iioaz, c day's services as bridge Sunday last, of typhoid fever! JU&lICC 12 00 ness of tho situation tho burning! coiuini,ioner............... We extend to our friend sincere o -- . er, oriuge .um r. r n. " ,lrr r.nmiR l ol O mil ".'.. A lhomiHon, pauper cothn, &c... 5 00 sympathy in hi hour of bereavefrom the shelves and carried with j K Mc(jeliee, jr " " .... 5 00 ment. SZ&Z &3X acZ&u FZ&t, naked hands into the street to IHckni.in Lumber & Manufacturing 2 25 Company, ape. for lumber Hon. D. G. Park, of Mayfield, burn. This was a desperate move, g 3Lggg3 dL sfef NKE?''' SVfe- wi:5 14 72 a lawyer of ability, and a sound but the only hone, and with the 0 A Holcombe, pauper raed. apo 9 GO Democrat, is a probable candidate laidoftho bucket gang who wercliVV,V',oa' . G75 for State Senator. It is tinder- straining every nerve, it won, and ThM Dil,0I1( g; timber 0II DreMiell stood that he will make a strong embrace all Novelties, irom foreign and domestic looms: 9 00 Tin- - Hickman wn3 saved from perhaps roa,i MPO tho greatest firo in her history. J UecLhxni, W Onens andJas Seay, GO CO iiMinK bridge owrRurficrcck. burned the en-- i Uoth. Canvass iioncle Cioui. hit k Atalato meetiiicr at Green-- , POl'tCCt i.i'1 sh 5 25 l .: t.i ,;..i.. iiinu .JSondurnnt X urewrv., iumicr.. i.i ui'iiiiini i., i . ,, ros , r, o JI'm ui'c uim;j uium 8 40 wood church iiickman county,; Tri-!i,- c Corduroy Suitiiiffs, laii Cords all shades, MusoiV Saaws in ;udns. 25 30 lield bv Kev. J. A. Carter, assist- ds imrd ocery 17 stove ed-bEiders Koniimc ami John- occ, buttons and triniminffs to maicli. Item ember, Store, J. store, lirevai grocery wai e r h iirPVard,ape as ape &c...Clerk. 93 30 72 County ....,. .. and W 1 Taylor, K. Urown's i.. ..is oa .i.i:: 30 00 Yo have opened our lohu 'V1;t are only found on counters. tilCS that church. 5 00 '"piicns iiitxttcu, pnupsr npc... If iJrch'iirin 14 00 iiotoi,liuokner'sgroce'ry,' It is predicted tha war in XJlli ,Vrapst all of vHieli us, and Laciic 6 00 manufactured expressly Europe w:Il open when Jumperor ,. , 1 T 1 A. .. --J.I lo7 00 ft.,., "ITr ,,.:tl JinuI .in) I,..,Ysr-..,-'..1! VXlHUPKniHl lUlUKIU OI11CC, HU.; It K (rl)niiipl. n.iimer med. aoc AVilliam dies. Lrasil-i- n 00 Tho old man's ,JUU WYM liavOUii.roncs'lninmcr.'8torc,..Jm!Ke8"5ro-S-8iUlisimo.. cerv store, citv bank. Jno. V. J if Saunder?, l year as School Su- .1 . .;.. is hourlv exnected. and the It.,. death a i u.i-lri:, !,!.. ,. i T..,i: "?: ' 1U ..25000 PerintcJct..:. .uiu flUUlvUl. Colo's book store, ruqna & De-- ' truth of thebo piedictions will tnv3 iJil-- St ifJS UI1U iUflin. HH ami perhaps some, soon be tested. SVortJjadV"'. aiuj Flannels we boim'ht in noo Rnf gmtci, Q.,r and any one Mrs. Deo Amlerg left this week to spend the winter in Lou- pmwi desii to rcmin&sthc readers of tlio that we havc.nowafea.-iia- room about 20 through the store minutes he' i'"s fore and had one up stairs to in stock for fall, oie ot the most complete and elegant lines ol so happened ho did bed. a - Ava li'nnni'nn. iv uiuuiuig fl-k.ii- . -- LIIPJA JILUUiV .,.T- liorl uu oirnf lltllio m vwiiuu wi Couiin-K- , 1 ... Miinmn - time before, and luckily Louis Atwull, bridge lumber 5 00 many of the people had not retir- A D Kingioau, services as Couutv ". Sept. 18SG edsome still heinir out on the II Attorney to lumber and services aa 250 03 C Donaho, streots. Mr. .John Alexander who winrW., WO clorii in bridge commiqsioner 13 GO " th stoie:tiul bleeps up It M llolinger, naiU io. for bridge.. 4 75 ! fcliort S G2 SO "' vSi f n A-- i -- ' j i I Arch Urowu, bridge lumber Thos Kiinbro, buil Jing 2 bridgca ou raleatineroat! Stepbeiu k Maxwell, pauiwrcolfins It not Juo Witiiug, paurpcr Hiippliea....... fall asleep immediately, and smell-e- d mitli, Klliaon & Co. pauper bu ... tho smoke which had come W C Jolinson, bridge claims throuL'h a ventilator in tho ceil- - f V 'dlaie,j til ape. to date inf into his room, lie immediate-- 1 Lcot & Mayes, secure bridgcon State lv caaio down tstairs, nud Hudlng C road U paupor roetl. ape tho room full of smoko and the 1 1"' Withurn & Co. pauper oorilii.... fire beyond his control, he rushed J 1) Millard & Son, gate for c. h .... through tho Sluoke to tho front Frank Lowry aud wife, attention ! 118 00 4.", 00 &2P' JPR A27D Y3sCtpSb:D JLI .at r III I AHD WXXB&i m & DAVIS, 221S "MISTED. V TIln FOLLOW IX G COMPAA'i&i PIICENIX.of Hirtford, Conn.; LANCASHIRE. Maacbecter, England: HARTFORD' Hartford, Conn.; INSURANCE COMPAXr OF NORTH AMERICAc, &c, AXD THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE OF NEW Office, at Moore c Ijandruin'a Drug Store. Wi 1 I NOTf"0"S " hu A i- . merchant nn TITS il,-f- 'rouvivyMvi AleT-anderi- : , plenro-pneuuioni- a wk v!,. mtjo -- 1 1 .1.... ivtt v. , ntiiri ' . ..... -- J - aic-fo- i ""-''""'- " li "". 1 v&SZmoyiV, We areofierine all grades of Plain, Medium and Fine FURNITURE, atgreatlv re fuHIinu at all times, of Chairs, Korkern. plain and marble Wardrobes, Chamber Set, Springs, &o and wzguarant't our price to bo the totcett. Intelligent invest igation'payn therefora ' we invite jour investigation of our goods. We are headquarters on We duu.il price?. Wc cirry a top Tildes, Bureaus Wa,di-Mand- "B -i, , onv-cwo- OTtf-OftL- o already UJN1 figytore r"VmK i l.S-f.'S'- A A J H 'if' jn i tmmf ' iii Kr.i HZK.K' S4ffinT j a r yp' ri j Vs L. -- 'J K 0"lm u . .m. S b aear have ! uuonuuii, 1 ine "du carry in? the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Burial Cases of any fit m in West Teunesec or Kentucky. We discount all competition in this line. K?jiirhg and Job Work ft peciiltv. Rooms under City Uall. ! i"'v2 ! I,U-i.- i i jgl, ZStI Sj R. T. TYLER, ?'(- - n- - BUCnANAN, V. Prest. R. L. ALEX.VNDER, Cash: . j - .. y i cot, Henrietta, iiair llair Jersey witn joods E.t J,.inS lain .' auotlrerL ,, l.lo Tho "History of the Rebel!-- 1 ion," when finished, will make! eighty volumes, and contain 43,-- t 000,000 words. This history will contain the official papers of both armies. Thirty persons are em-'oyed .,, viio .. S kllOV.'SthC State 01 tllC VTOOl market fiieil. aS Compared Willi the present time, can intorni you that vre are prepared co, and rr , en Ul't IclfiS 20 1101 COIll. CiiCancr than Other ( VHtlnouses can noss iblv ofi'cr tliem. " , 1 Kf-JJiH--- j t.jeans -- mrc vuymuuwup 4,. iJllUl, . for we 'v Warn-ifti.atstoieha- MICJ Mf ALs. RUf WLM M SSXCKS5A9T, LI Wf io) KY; M. M iL- - French ... I ,,.., - -- CjLPITAL, 850,000; i , Reing regulnrly organized and ready for buine", we respectfully colicit the patronago of all. All collections made for depositors free of chiige. Approved 11 ' . 111 kTi"!" paper running three or four months, discounted at the rate of per cent, per annum. lUb June, . DIRECTORS R. T TYLER. K M.ALEXANDER. i - .- - ?, t l I I?- f - eonable to exuect Li Our lines of Custom Boots and Shoes for Men and Shoes lor Ladies, blisses and Children, are the productions of lour of the Museums h:rl0Lla.oebito of this' pest lactones in tne u, s., viz: 11 ess Bros.:'.Gieseeke Boot and pig, should address, J. Miller Fulton, Ky. 11 bilOC CO., SnOC Co.; RailllltOll-Brand tllC WOrhl reilOWIied uj;. I r O. The Deiuocr its have no ' .lllnC illlll ii;illj Jicu, lUUh. it r lii'CMiani, f edick, Judge j:,n invoice of goods damaged by J WrOS. CC VO. U'J CliCm. ted Abram Ho wilt for Mayor 5. lartan New York. Thoiijepubiicunshavet While in tlie market, Ave were fortunate cnoujrli to secure some 5j.!!"wJeLslonn nsTr8f!;l! nil t eid3c,csi.frand milage (MlllRPli 'I'liorxlir.. If ....,11 v iiv election ....n .. .! Ferry, judge the Knights of Labor have iieurviVerv rare barsrains. ana we nronose'to aive tne oenelit ol same toii broke out an hour later it w t B l t , i r would not have been uiscovereu s c Bowman " . Georcre for a nominee, . . .7". iuiscout h It Wa8 bof! .. to prepare the matter. J. C. Miller, or Fulton, .:.u nun wonderful i....&. I pig.! i iej;o, ' uiiii mxu- lik wish1i?ut ift mtua nn. i O would unavoidably D consent, com for residences C000 have burned. i year's allowance The Olitreii of tho tire is a WO- - A A Faris, pauper med ajw . 92 50 f.rs. !.,.-f0,md mmcry. There . had .been wg raonth's ailowiace lo 00 CT" ? A J Uaywell, moTius oltruttion ?.' r.," .. h.l,.rtV..a"cL: r.nn trn, i.. &l.aA&A.AAAAAAAAAAA iiL'inec near me uie hinuu uie UIU i'AI O ' ni'dit belorc. The lire Started bo-- , W P Taylor. 58 ordcra under 14 50 hind the counter and below the, thiocouu 25c tccb V.".".6"1, Jud?;e Aug- - e,tclio11- - 2 00 ba?c shelf and drawers in a lot of 00 carpet warp. TI.,. n.,1,- - cnlntin.. It II awaia, S. IT and mileage Aug. 2 Uinford. m : :.. .!.... r DEALER IN eteC(i lliai IIlCCiK Willi !i:i i.ivur iin;ib 3 15 had been yt p Maupin, Clerk Aug. clectiou.. 2 00 DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and School Supplies. a bos of patlor matches " 2 00 Faucy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, knocketl down ly a mouse ami A ft cearce, Judge 2 00 SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for .Medical itse. one had J Noonan. ignited, or and mileage been carried in behind the goods, x 2 75 AGENT FOE THE and that mousio had nibbled the V 1 all. Clerk Aue. election. 2 00 2 00 J C Heed, Judge ' wron" end of n. 2 00 Sevcial p.irties had their hands W Is JonciJ, " ......... " 2 00 burned slightly in lmndling burn-- All let, shff 2 00 inecoods. The stock of e;oods V ";V0D,3:rrftt; C,lIT A."R' d,c.!,on 2 00 R. L. MOORE, can be found over Powell's Grocery to attend night calls. .. was only partially covered by m-- ! T j.e,ctt 2 00 5 20 surance. Messrs. Jno. V. CoUMiJFHankinn.ShfTandmilcajc...'.".' I .!..! Willa' eaild, .BAABAKAA GEO. B THRELKELD. CHAS RALTZEE.' W. C. JOHNSON- L. L. UNDERWOOD. .. I - ! X3 ..-.- I. TI Itc ' that-perha- ps j ; 2 WHITE 1 SEWING MACHINE 1JRESORI3?TIOSTS A'SPECIALTY; " l -- - i 1 IV. v-- i v uiu-uun- ... 2 00 ;; 200 ::;.' ru a .k. i a ij ir.t-.i.- rl &kiivra.&r-i- i J . - -- , -- - -- frJ Sri ir 9 y ri 1 u supporters are making a great 2 00 2 SO noise. CAST S BUY A SUiTAKIiI- - PItESEXT AT ITS m .I 2 00 The primary election for State A6JWAIj ,AUJsV IB-ik-lD C Nugent, 2 days attendance Jan. o. R, Seuator in Obion Comity, Teun., 6 00 Court Claims, 183G "IT PTTPETATtf AH Before deciding tin's question we invite you to examine the beautiwas considered a test of tho II C Donnho. 2 davs 600 " 00 ful and varied stock. ,6 Democrats of that county on prois the only man in Iiickman bUU hibition, and shows a majority for 1,000 yards Prints. .,,. ,.:,. x Dcsnoycr's (formerly F B Atteberry, l day..., ,..,.(i. ji;, oio 3 00 sells Brown .. vjo Jim .uiu ii.v-uj-prohibition of 236: McDowell, 3 00 day W IJ Jonca. GOO Iryan ociirowirs; ' " itubber ebb, lOo, 2o prohibitionist and submissionist, 3 00 Boots and Shoes, tho best in Jerry Jonei, 1 day 500 Cashmere, " " " 5c 10c received 1460 votes, and Dolald-eoII 0 Domho, 1 day's attendance at new store, Fuqua & De7ow's old stand, has an endless vaiety of America. They offer one thous500 Canton Flannel, very heavv " 3 00 " " 5o July term, 13S6 8c, submissionist, 1124. and dollars reward for the detec- 1) C Nugent, 1 day 3 00 .Books and Pancy Stationery, Papcterics of all styles and finish, Pens, f 200 Bed Tick, extra heavv. " ' 20c 15c The Louisville Exposition s, tion of any shoddy in any shoes J Nay lor. 1 dav. 3 00 Pencils, Lap Tablets, Albums Card Cases, Cards, &c, &c, " Crash, very good,.f 100 " " Sc, I twV..Thtt- - TnUvIllft 5c closed 3 00 and Toys in with their name on them. Every F U Atteberry, day.. endless variety. papers report that It lias not buerr 100 3 00 nair warranted. Thov cannot be W R Jonec, 1 day ?ujl . . " il ..;!(w.., -- nn. iMHH do. loweis, -.i 3 00 I) W Dickinson," 1 dav, a f nauctal success, but neverthee cach.fo.'iiid in any other house. if "" tt Ladies Handkerchiefs, " oc (( i T It "SVM'oil Jceaclit less another exposition will be 100 o tt " 40c pair, Men's all wool'Socks. it 50 Tlio Iiickman Juvenile band J Jones I day I day this date zoc pair held next year. Tho people gen3 00 J S Roaz, " " t ?Scarlet Undershirts, 10 worth 1.00, it erally are tiring of expositions r 3 00 G5c each of Christian Workers, which gave It C Donaho, 1 ' " iiiue JL'iiuBei uvershirts, tt 5 ' 3 00 especially the country merchauts. 1.50, .( each such a creditable entertainment J F Bushart, 1 " $1.00 II during the recent sitting of the FB Atteberry 1 3 00 tt j.uens uvercoats, 25 - " a an tt The ungrateful relatives of 2.00 3 00 n it oman'a Missionary Society in J FMenees, 1 " II n 25 5.00, ft Samuel J. Tilden will contest that II K' 3.50 1 " 3 00 ,. ..i,. .... .....,.!: J Jones." et it relatives u.i u"'l"1 II .k.ilu,, mui u.ii 12 onted 1'rock biuts, (big bargains) worth 315.00 great man's will, and tho R Ferrell 1 " 3 00 nnr tirir-10.00 uients at homo but it appears did it w Dickinson 1 il D 300 75 Pair Men's Pants, wlih we will sell at 50 cents on 1.00. of the lamented Hendricks will so abroad. The Oxford League ' j w. Mayes l ' " II 3 00 try to take part of his property 10 Cases Men's heavy wi&r Boots, worth 2.50, go at 2.00. U an Orrrntiiv-tiitftlin PurnnilnlnHnnVntfonl 3 00 ' .,& W..4.wb V. V.. from the wife of the deceased i"cS?t ew Orleans, uetiiodist church, i statesman. The memory of men .. 53,327.27 HasaTsplendid stock of tlie very best makes of all kinds of Hardware Total claims allowed having heard of the success of whieh.are offered at OInE PHIE, and that the very lowest the market is jjoi neiu Bucrou uj muoo wuu FINANCIAL STATE StEST. the Iiickman children, desire to wa Rt C8h. r Wo HPSll'PJ nlSA?1 t.n nVPnfll'n thn. midin roiml P.. it- twii ov sm. n j i .. SIicrifTn hand an per settlemmmwtmwm mt In t -r wwmam..iLi 1 """ I .v. .jl t Lllfi nnirinnti .1 li vnmin nrn. Amount made by Co. Auditor for jear 'bO. S5,1M.5 justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. r ..n. "" , ... :. " ..,t xBeuwieson oiair.au uiuiH. . :" : i:: ment claims al!oJ.... jrm, ,mn f 3,i7.'-- 7 i.-leduct " ,,ulL J,.P.Casick.Jamesl'restou.agea tiiiib are mvuij tuupuuur 11; suuisuuuuilb ISSUES Ol II11S lllOSt CXCGlieill ?.u' " Zi i, ' " l"""' 51,800.03 Italanco in SlieritTs liindi three years, fonr moutus ami ..xw;irtmniinfn 4',.nrn h iw uiu uiaiiid uir auiiiu ill- uui nn : ; "":"" " r V. 1 "".::" 1 0 W. P. TAYLOR, Clerli. A ttest, "v. ; twenty three days, died, Sunday. onrlU;il Th? TXr Sinseif i ivnpatby is extended; orl comot 1,,'r.rv ; .!:. ??!;.. ,"""Ol.,I.!tt,f'u,,-d?r?- " i;m-, ci , vy ,1 n,..i ..io,iimft. ka UA. vi iv ill i.ilii nifiiiijiiiiiii -J 111 iiiiin. ..- -. i.iriii.nnncn (IUU 111 LV411tU'li, F5arrlrd, bnt their little son is no donbt far Collection BOX." 1 1 nl,,mno oil orlroivriU,! were Tim happier and better, for those At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. K. this county, Oct. 24th, 18S6, Mr. no idle words when the Savior Tho storm of prices, and we are destroyed Sabine last week which W. E. Davis, of Sholbjville, Ky., to Mis all who havelhe money advertise little children to said, "sniffer City, Texas, and Jennie K. Davis, of this county Kev. W. come unto me, for such is the tuo Ueflpv .Tnlmsnn's afraid for oar prices appear in are Layou,settlement on was one Of if?.Thcbrideoffipiatin- - left on the morning public, kingdom of heaven." IU Louisiana, and groom en refuge behind some hackneyed the most terrific of tllOSO terriblo train immediately after Ala, ceremony,back offiner eh we to tie lS Jm A9 M for Birmingham, thence gulf storms that sweep inward DCALES in Will meet in the Baptist phrase and say irhat we will do. Our prices show casionally and leave destruction we Mr. Davis church, Sunday afternoon, at 3 in their wake. Over two hundred of this State. We congratulate companion on having won for his future see you our house soon. The latch-strin- g discussion: doing. FAINTS mil l I -- SU I FN, persons lost their llVCS, and tho one of Fulton county's brightest starg. DRUGS, o'clock. Subject for Leader, C. "The Life of Christ." accumulation of property She will bo missed very much from the oiiside Very respectfully, on IT. Wilson. Everybody cordially Was in a few hours swept awav social circle. We wish Mr. Davis and his ?PPyfe. leaving ruin and hopelessness he- invited. ' d&? BEL-IKlriXjXj- ijay Ueavcn'o choicest blessings attend llilltl- ' A A. Davis, Sec'y. -. rii COif P O VNJiSDl --pf P&ESCR1FTIONS CMflis them; CTU-&232- will be successful, but George and thit 11 isrea-i.-- Mr. Hewitt I UUlVU'aUC. j itt.O 11UIU a . lew Ol I UOSO . . " F MShaelc Judge' tender their sincere thanks to all u S Connelly, ' " " who aS3istCtl ill Sllbllueing the g G Wade, Shff and mileage'.'.'."!."! W L Alexander, Cl'k Aug. election, flainee. , onoi. oiinnrrli to do mi vtliiiK'. & iui.wc Ur.csrR --vicx.muei L II Coombs, aha and mileage Dec Reid G,k AuK c,ectlon 2 00 2 00 2 73 - vu 375 SfifMIEf Mes. Port-folio- J 200 2 00 -- tliat.JDv-IJ?ckinHon.2da7- 8 j worui-renownc- u 1 jennte E, n, ,v- ii .: 1 .. "- -" K-- J- -r ,, 1 SELXkBILE I SE1T4ES. TT?nt-mo- ,. o j mi v-.,- v., 1 Si. SE i r ii .i- i:ii--- j.i li a. l. i mi I'v..iu -- -- b : - i l'lM """ mnetitor --l,-:.!, r, to "umuiiow, "" flf;i 4-- .- 7 ,.?c 1 to not the kind to ants f tlieir print in 1: ,,0,,. r r?' nrt,dio Si u,.iu fc ni-..- T 1 . . i :: :r; J -..- -.( vu i'iiiiiit Ml 3Mr .r """ ROOFING A SPECIALTY. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE. MilOINE , p-"- I THE OLD RELIABLE, take in neither j ?- J hangs Wouldike to the what are OC-rou- te i hfe-tim- e I J - ff lsr. a jr -- I' .- - n tr