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P m-- Ji THE J 1 , I1T1fXXaLl.i XJlvJJli Si p m ;..s f -- J8A Fine Job Printing EXECUTED a a i a x B y m m COURIE 'Si-jg3' With Neatness and Dispatch. I treat next door to City HalL - iLl The Oldest Newspaper ,.in - .1 BIIiIiS, BlfVELOPBS, . -BBAS . a5iiii-EA.r)- s. OBOR- G- "WARREN, Editor. PRICE OF SURSCRIPTION. SI.5C, CURRENT TOPICS. Western Kentucky 5, 1SSU. EJRTnQUAKE. l , IKrVTTTIOr8, go--: -r . ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER MlWftHi, II n ETC., ETOi TTI ' - i?5s S 9 .varts at Its head. The faco and head ol trio ;ovcrnmoi.t ar.a me people of tbo Ln.led Mutes line statue was comnleted In 1S7S. when it 'o,st women are clothes observers. When Mr. Evarls had delivered about V3S Placed III tho I'mnxli l"viuiEilinn mill Tke Government pays $7,000 an hour foi s of his address he meat died the SrVj,y7' 1Sb0, ,l10 5teat floliro v.as'com- (pensions. ., L,Be"y " I Twenty minutes later tho signal for the start name of Bartholdi. winch was the occasion l''.-- in t'nrw. where S A Xew Jeuset girl's name is Bello A. KQW York V'as ,vc an(1 tno vessels moved slowly in of tho audience breaking forth iito loutJ 'twas lnporarilv put double line, from Forty-fift.together tho following Donough. street down cheers. This was mistaken on the part Harbor, Unv.iicd. the rsorlh river, past t!ic JVct of war ihoso who had chaige for the conclusion of jcar In the presence Sax Fbaxc:sco has one hundred and four towaid Liberty Island. This proces- tho address, when tin unveiling was to of the United States millionaires. take place. Accordingly tho flag was with Minister and n sratli- Grand Procession of the United States sion was in charge of Lieutenant The hairless Mexican dogs aro becoming Rich, and consisted of two divisdraw from the face of the statue. This was ft&S of prominent Xavy and MiUrnry and ions. The first division was headed by tho the signal to the steamers and batteries ami I'ieiieii peon e. ThU popular as pets. Civic Societies. United States coast survey steamer Gednev, they immediately began a mighty Milvo of tue Is u free gift of MixxcsoTA-'Jiaa special Stato Board for and consisted of all the larger vessels; the cannotiad'iig and vvhisleling. amid v hlcli ecianu good will the high schools. Reviewed by tho President tnd second, of iiis ami miscellaneous craft of Mr. Evaits helplessly took his -- eat The II tlm Tinrriln nt There nrabO.OOO Indians at the Cheyenne all description?. Tho vee!s presented a salvo was continued without ce.it on for Jnnce to those of Cabinet and tho Celebrated Agency, Dakota. bcantful sight as they steered down the fully twenty minutes. When tins had Aaerica. On the tab- French Poraonagc3. the rMis me nsennton: Hudson. ceased and Gilniore's band had , FocitTEnv people can stand in tho Statuo On reaching Ilcdloo's Island they pHd Marso'laiee liv inn, Yankee Doodle and thai 4iBi of July, 1770." Speech of 1Vii:i.im SI. Ilvart .rcrpll ng W -- . -of Liberty's head. astern of tlu men anchntcd below Star Sj anclcd Biinner. Piesldent Cleveland itinay well rank Ith tlio Stntuc l'rcLIcut Pieure Louillakd has spent $1,300,000 on (he island, then up between them and tlio steppctl to the front of the stage and sa'd: Aili!rrs Uifttory of tho WorU wonders of the iiu: i iuirr. Mit.'Cii wrm Tuxedo Park, X. X Island they canio to abreast of the statue, mi Kim on ( nizrvs Theo jjrtij, for in design and achievement it is :Iiicc It isczfnnlii;. people of tho I nit oil Mates nei-- t .t w lh where they remained at anchor untd tho end . The population of Franco I pbodel of sublluio conception, nobly has increased f tho of the ccreinon es at that point. A gap was 1 ri nililo lnt from tlio r tiiothr. t n. ri'p'oted v;wgiu om. uio peuestai oil,, wnicn me Till: IWHAPK. only oOO.OOO in flvo years. ttpul.'.i' tlio nr:inu iii.h Xmv Yonif. Oct. rain, which leit directly abreast or the flagship Tennesnrli fart no Ii cro maiigrimilt' itisiokcn i ?oq stanos was mini wuii funds raiseti In ;xfcnJkqffl''lwM.o---ir-.t6l- il fbruldrty-fclhours, see to perm t the pass igo of tho boats con- - oi acoci in nn l . f.r. .i. ar on if tlio t.oi.pfcV lAiVrjuaJrv Tyy nrivatosilliscrlption. ."Tho of l'raiice rules Hii k.nsti p of r 3i,rj- - 'CvtliittlhneusibrLi ofsthosiatuefs ii lf....l.lf..ar.iM . bMiinit.iiiit v o ttl'u At 12:fJ.VpTin. tho President nnd his nourcrforts to conmicad iiiu us5wrKrrwttvt.r morning: The skylhl Dealers' predict that young ladies will Fttt. IncJic. to inanLinl . i. j 1 shortly carry walking sticks. lclit from l.ie to torch lit nnri f . inr acrit i'i i.r ni.ii ii Cab'nct left tho revlewlnc stand. After cxceUeiice of n irovernment rMtinr? nnnn i imti.A... " v c n or peuestul to torch o0.-v II we still havo bcyon I the AmerlVMudat the thousands or sic'Vt ' V? r :,nJJ ,ll5:e" iboy wre ta,:e" ,0 tll populnr Makk Twain and Bret Ilarto bojan their 111 c stea-Ifan- t Heel to tiiol head ican ally We cro not y? -- . .. "s!ilp Despatch, in which here contrunr :i I VJ 1(5 seers who began ll,,r- - h ,,eil,f fl . lrtl. to bow li"f .re tho r prioritation Ir.sih of liund literary .careers asbook canvassers. ...,,,.. Vnrlli ..A IU ... down llm .lira V Xh r 0 ing Into t':o slreets at liJU O oi a f cr o ami wurl.ke if d. Illlleil with w rath iBdo tin-I 'and. Thov vveio landtd at tho f. , o 'it second jo'nt t f. an early fi Vi Relics of an extinct race of red Indians Oiciimlt ii in baso of and veii'rr.kiHe but wo honr, met a the statue, r v t1 I i in. whole they look part in tho liiMOHu our ooiiy. jteoit iij; watcii i.n I Sfrc uf llnper nal have been found in Xew Foundland. . j damp, foggy atnic.s- Head, from thin to cranium . 3 ii. . j want I eforc the "pen kj1- of Amr rica nnd twy j','.j k . phere, which threat- - ceremonies of unvediiur. 0 Hecil. Ui ci.nis Rit:.tcr thut! all Hint have been elrbr.stod in IK'innijeucrojis fnun o .r to car 10 A statue to General Frauds Meagher '"SV 'I 6 the eye nticiont EOir Intru I of prasp n n hor a lenetvai of tha ing he "statue is entitled "Liberty Knlighten will be erected at WaterfordIrcland. C 4 the World." The namo whs bestowed lianil ihun.ii rt.o'l) or terror and or oVsitli. Length of uosp rain at any moment. upon 0 Jtlyht arm. lonctti i'i it by M. Bartho!di. 'Hie Idea auned at she li.iiJ a!tift tlio I rht wli ch llluin'tiito-Ax Iowa insunySe company offered $200 Between eight and 12 0 It pht was the sjmbolizat on or tlio jiroress of tho u.i i to iniins enfrntirhisemcnt Wo will Tble'iiU-no-arm prettiest tUlofcusa ... ar, w Bt for tho best plan fo- - a tornado cave. 0 nlno o'clock, all tha has that civil 7ation and the growth of freedom, not IotroI shml lur ctioson lien maile her Wilth ot moiitti ; 0 3 homo, nor i:. n.:rri!or.m. thoroughfarca sliovwl j as aitnr bo In Spain less than twenty-fiv- e per cent signs ! II nff n t:ir os n II constantly kcop Tablet, "length expressed in the nepublican fonn of gov-- ; of unusual activity. AH trains, in' of the population can read and write. Tiiblft, width p'oam upi alive cluding those coming into town as yeli as erniuent of the-- o Un ted Stale. It was aIo chores tsilftreH nixl tl ropublc m tlio Hast n tho- TatlcS th.ckiic-- 9 lieur - pter .The French Senate has passed a bill pro- those of tho Elevated railroads, were meant to perpetuato the frrmUhip of tlie titctcd thrnc and jo noil w lh onusvoriiifr viding for the falo of tho crown jewels. ra s n sn-racrowded to thoir utmost capacity with peo- French and American nallnns begun in oi hirat nball iitn-- the ilark- -daj-s- . I t.e of iproranoo Etching and printing on toadstools has ple hurrylnsto advantageous points to v.ovv struggling to throwwhenthethis country was l.terty etil tihti rs iiml man oppression uat Iho world. off English yoSc. the grand procession. supplanted the fane' for enriching puuk. M. A. Ijf:tivre, M.nlstro Pknlpolentiaro Rev, Dr. Storrs opem d tho cercmonie3 at i In the vicinity of Fifth avenue nnd h Deleguo Extraordina re, representat.ve Sam Jokes has got on tho track of the street, tho point nt wh'ch the pro- j the Wand with prayer. He prayed for et of American sinner at last, lie is in Canada. cession was to form, all was bustle and com- prosperity upon the present company, and oh behalf dtu-ei- l tlio Republic of Franix was and made a short addicts, that the ceremonies of the unveiling night then liitn The Caterer asserts that rice pudding motion as early as eight o'clock. Civ c and have God's biasing. He gave thanks for m which he extolled tlio generasily of tho should be made a day previous and put on msl.tary companies arrived faster lhan they the kindly affection from ono great people American proplo and expressed tho hope could be assigned to their proper places, and ice. p'-iriJL- 3 ton aids another and asked that we night that ll.o same unanimity of feelmg thath d a wiiiio mere was no little confusion. Greece, the oldest of tho ancient classical iur make a right uo of the cceAs'nn. that no eistod between tho two gnat nat ons for General Stone, tho v.olencc of nations, is about half tho size of Pennsylthe elements ordr&troy ng earth-- ' tli last century would continue to guide and Grand Marshal, and his qiukes would ever vania. render this groat work direct the.r counict'.oii in tho future. aides, lion ever, soon futile, and G.lmore's band then rendered soire choice that we might advance in tho Two Japanese vases worth $1,500 havo brought order out of arts ai.d sc ences. He asked for prospering select ons and then General Scholield trTOnjaoo odoiQir been given to tho National Museum, "Wash chaos, and at a few for tho oaleer" of Hon. Chaunecy M. Depew, who the two natoiis. and that lij) minutes past ten yt X fe? ingtou. - hi the whatever was good in history might con- delivered oration. head of tho column tinue. The preacher lien Mr. Dcprvv had finished his ora The horse population of Xew York is bc-tended with SJ--lgan lo move down Pr.iv or In vvh ch tho peop'e jo'ned.the Lonl's tlon the Dox'dogy vvaq sung by all standeen 00,000 and 73,000, and that of London -L Fifth avenue. led by ' Gem ral Schofiold tl.cn introduced M. ing, after vvh ch Bi.shop Potter pronounced A 200,000. do the Fifth Un ted States Les--ptlio boned cton. Tho assemblage, wli ch who short speech in The detective guard at tho tomb of the art Ucry and a military Cdugratulaling made aAmerican )eop!oFrench l had patiently satin that rain dnuug tho the upon la to William H. Vauderbilt is to bo kept on band. Then followed tho progress they had made and pra'smg long exercises then mado speed lo the bn.its. "SZJC all winter. the United States naval their free Institut ons. i With the exception of tho Pieiident and his ZJ t biigade, the United party anu inc mcncii ueiegatei no oiuer of When de lirn! fliiUlir-.- l li'a !iliinc A cnowixn demand is that sleeping-car- s Slates army brigrde. theiowero loud high and for tho use of women only be provided on i,0 ' nbarkat on was oUservod, and Dimensions of tho pedestal: X Second regiment Xew came forward and cries for Banholdi SD o bowed and waved his hat ,mv ' cn aml lHor-- one w!th another," Ho pht of pedestal our railroads. cnx. c. r. stoxc Jersey ntionalUur. J to tl.o audience, and when ibo t.ooniA in. made their best Individual efforts to reach fijuare btilea nt tase, eneb 0 IB The black measles, said to be as fatal as and a detachment of Massachnjetts volun- sisted to 0 SnUiiro sides at top eai b tipoii a speech from the sculptor, Gpii t.itr t..4, tiii:eu tnuii ii:tr tamiii; uuitiiir G rec au columns, above bac . . 8 small-pothe is raging among tho Cana -- teer militia. Tlieie coraposed the first divi- cial Schofield abruptly crleil out t "Mr. Bar and tlie m.st rendered ir.vsibiu to tho Dimensions of the foundation: sion. dian Indians. throngs of anxious home seekers. Tne Xa- -. thoidi has nothing to say. so there's no use .- t ..I... A ....... .:..... .l. -- . r.. 0 HlhtAT r..titii1rtt nn The second division Ix St. Louis 7.00S pounds of copper have ot taik-'iiabout It," and announced cnl- - i. . , ... . .. 01 Pvunre s ilia nt liottorn . 0 been usedjn making just one stea ti kettlo was led by Gdmore's tor Lvarts. v. ho presented tho statute In tho Joining in anu 5wi..i tie wr renerai "proar. CO 1 uare s des t top band, which was erectfor a brew ery. ?"!m.!:i: ."' a,L mine of the Ainirican comiulttco to tho Dates in the history of tho stataK 1 ed with applause. ries dent of the Un ted States. He spoKe -- ..'. . . J ' .. IKA The faco of tho Bartholdi statute is mod- Then followed the In'on .M . tttiu iiiiiifc ui; u ii.u suit in uiiir Ii.iwa as follows: dT. tli n 173 eled after the artist's mother, a ho still First brigade X. Y. S. postponwl on account or thera n, and sweet- - j ,rm and torb flmheJ '..'.'."'...'".'.'.. IKK nnnn which thU vnsf . rio-Vyf i Tho scene d'.r)las a trnrisnet.miasmMaee faced liberfy was lift alone with ner torch Pfciced on ebih t on. I'll Indelph a lives in Alsatia. X. G., acting as escort collected in human by omrreM a'Tn rs w hie h finds no preeedont on record in high uplifted n tl.o a mint her eves bent Lberty ceded lie: Micitael Davitt, the Irish patriot, is to to the French column. t j l'lce nnd head llTi in plot ed j the past, nor in tho tons future, may we feel the lands of be married to Miss Yore, an heiress, who re- The French column rH 1BI ro tatu,( Qn.shcd. July 7 IRO !.surcd. will ;t ever confront itc counterpart towardsFrench guests her b rtii. were entoTtaned in tho Mounted in Par , Uctol-econtained the Soc:eto The or pnni'lol. How can we fitly frame in words lhPl sides in Oakland, Cal. WKI Colmnrienne; the sent aicnts. the motue. tbe faint ons evening by tho Chamber of Commerce at Oround broken for pedestal April Union 1RS5 win h have tillcl and movtvl the benrts and Delmnn co's, Tl.o hall was rraily decorated Foundation completed, April". It Is stated that Premier McDonald will Alsrciennc; Societo liMJ Hindoo! thetwocreat nation, ii ti.o iirth vv ith the tricolor ar.l the Stars and Stripes, Pcl Rtul completed bring on n general election for the Cana- - Al5aceLorra:ne: Mar-First rivet dnv on on statue, July 12. .... IHSi of lh nubie conception tho craiid - embodi-tnen- and presented n br dian Dominion this fall. Gras Association; r liiant stertacle. Toasts Statue comoVtod letolers the complete vxec.ition of tb- otupen-doou- i o tnoniiuiotit not. un.oleil to the ad-- wero offered and responded to. Tlio statue we nut 4.Mi,'juu po.mls or Five hundred tons of grapes are esti-rnst- Sociflo do I'hdanlhro-pie- ; tons on .ts r.n?snzeof men. mid Union Chorale do ATIRUT ofnKVY. to have been spoiled by frost in the t" 'Oi hro, e alon.t weighs af0,1H0 itotinds coronat on of tho fin shod work, wt!i tho Newark; Union Fmncaise, of 1 OTtr JTcrsonA can plaud ts of the world? mhihI comfortably lu tho vicinity of Keuka lake, X. Y. V. hat ornament hOHd.nnd tho torch will hold twelve people. Le Frcvvame. of Boston; L'AmitV: of spoocb. what eloquence The total number of .steps in tho tempoThe banner is seen oftener of Xew York; lo Societo Cilina're Como:i-olite- ; of hutiinn voice, what cr:!v p.fts of told. rary sta'ttasp, which leads irom thobHSoof frank nrense end in the towns of Ireland now than any other L'ilelvetienne; L Alliance and ute can we br.njc myrrh of our hearts" trib3 the foundat'on to tho top of the torch 403. on of lb to tho ceb-brflag, save, perhaps, tho green itself. Irom the ground to tho top of tho pedestal l. Union Fratenellc. Then- came another consummate tr umnii of pen. us of skill, of 15 Step. The number of steps m tb statuo fine band of mus'c, w hlch vvas ioilovved bv which speaks today, and will speak M. Baktholdi's last important act before from llie pedestal to tbo heud Is IM. and tho " forctcr tho thouplil-- the feol ns the soc-.eta d tftddrr Icad'ng up through the ct tended r ght sailing for this country was to pay a visit nearlythe aozen more were f'fendh p3 of these two populous ponerful Frenchmen the United States ' nnd free republics, arm to tho torch has M rounds. together n to his octogenarian mother, at Alsace. Judges and other high officials of the United lir de and oy at theirknit established thir f own a ronM nv wniTiiun. itir-- r how nnd purp so that tho end in State., in carriages, and tho Governors of The Canadian Booksellers and StationI Tho ndcpcHtfait publishes tl.o following ciipRhted tho ers' Association of Canada has declared Slates and Territor es and other high digni-ta- r Clul th ;'s it of lil crty shall th American world,comrrJuous theme her poem by John G. Whituer on the Statuo of es, also In carriages, who brought up the m ttcc bn tiai tho pood fcrtuno to present war against American Sunday newspapers Liberty: rear of the Second division. an eminent e tlzen and accomplished orator, Todaccoxists say that there is a rcrnarki Tlie land that, from the rule of klugs, The thiid dlv.s:on vvas headed by Sheriff from Rratcfnl and pleased attenton to abJo falling off in tho cigarette habits of Grant, as Marshal, and was composed of whoe eioijuence the simple office Jn freeing as, itself made free. the comm ttee has asked mo to d scbarjje. will Our Old World s stor to us br ngs Xew York. The pipe Is becoming tho fashthe Mayors of cities, a battalion of Phila- not lorn; detain Hi a cxpe tnnt multitude in Her sculptured iJream ot Ilenuty. ion again. delphia police. Brooklyn police, Yeterans the contl ct wh eh nil.ited end divided Iho ptop'e of the t'n.ted Slates und aroused tho Unlike tho shapes on Fgypt's sands Veterans of the Mexiof It is said that Mrs. A. T. Stewart's great of the Warand 1S12, Military Order of the lo- - alt aa.l pntr otism of the country, to tbo Upllf tel bv the toil worn slave. can War the 3,000.000 marble palaco at Xew York On l'reeilom'fRoil with frcoineii's hands maintenance of cutiftituii d liliert es, tho lib- 'V will Loyal Legion. 'ovlnir people of Kranee felt an Ititcnse ert Wo rear the sy mbol free hands gavo. be Changed into a dry goods store, now that The Fourth. Fifth and 3ith divisions and so1 eitoii interest When the i"suc of sho lsdead. O Franco. Ihc beautiful: to thee were composed of military oi conizations. th s strujrRlc was uphold and continued tho Ty4A-Once more ii debt of lovo we owe. JrsTicE Cor, who recently died at Dans-vill- Then the Educational div'sion, more mili- povernment lr.nint iPied .ts unbrohen unity -- uiMzsrWli-M ' and mado all of its people courI and free. In nonce beneath thv lleurde lis, Mich., nt tho ago of ninety-tw- o o vtfr. o ha a later ltochambeau. years, tary; Washington's carriage, drawn by j tho l.berty lov iir people of 1 ranco hailed viczzTrrzrrr sw, onco visited California, making the entire eight horse.', escorted by the Continental tho triumph with an immense and v vld on enthu-ipsmt- o bo It.sc. stately si mbol; hold nc forth Guard, of Washington, and the Old Wash-inglo- n itmsi.Kni Nor was tbls journey en foot. Pome nrlivpia'e Thv I ght'i nd horo to all who s t Continental Guaid, mounted; fire- .express on of tbo r sviepntbvandInpermanent our He-- y The Chicago street department has paved In elm rs mil ilurkn,ss. l'elt the earth men; Knights of Pythias, nnd other organi- tr al. and coiiRratulHt'ons at tho absolute W.thwatih-flrcfrom thy torch iiilit. and otherwise improved forty-tw- o miles of helped to make up the other Bupremaey of tho principles nnd in- -t tutloiM streets during the last year. Fivo miles zations, all v b ch had put n piril and had come out primal mandnto still R Jtevca! Ihc four divisions. from t. without tho Kincll of lire upon tho r Wh ch chaos heard ami ceased to be. more aro to be paved. As this brilliant col ' Rr.rinent. To this enerfret'e movement of Trace on m da r th' Ktornal vrill TnE "War Department has discontinued umn pased down the French people there was ndded their his Jus gns of lire": "I;l man bo free." v rn. ...v....v. tt inc. IU- - tor c. nnd moiuentotis fr enush p n scour. u jj .... the issuance of permits to land liquors into , . ... . lb II .f nun Sh'no far. hIIlc free, n puidlng light IvvA ceivcii by the great our iiiucpciiuciico shapedinn reeii roeii ui:ui Alaska for use of medicinal, mechanical Y Tin: statii:. ences w Inch hnd and contirineu tho To I.'caeon's ways and Virtue's aim, crowd, which planted trie and eijunl ltiKt tutions of the two toun-t- r or scientific purposes. A lightn ng !lah th wretch to sinlto The famous statue, by Bartholdi, of "Lib-citV ho sh.eld's h s license with thy name. to tlie orkinjr of all these mot v es cd. and iLelf on either side, Enl ghtcning the World," was Theiie are in this countrv 300,000 Indians ments nnl with clapping of hands ami sentwc oweof an anientowes poriorous at Xew York. June 10, l&M. The received c. this v Fiench the wor.d who aro no more civilized than they were nnd cheers. As the reop nnd RAILROAD ACCIDENTS. emboli inent of tho vessel I'cre, with tho statuo on hoard, was 230 years ago, except that they procession approached love of liberty. an mntlnir tho two escoited up the hay to Bcdloe's Island by know tha a use of rifles and whisky. eforo us Vamcnger Train liniin Into an Oprn the review ing stand, at nat ons, w b ch stands nnd A Fast people of number of United Slates men r Madison cquare. where 1 runcc To th s real ZJt on tho inp ration other s. Pwlteli :nd is Hitched The C'nrs Take 'I he statuo stamh on BcdCorx husking stories have tegan to apbiniurlit L President Cleveland of Ijilouliive andtho fervor nnl tho Lafoy-cttes- , loe's Island lirieaf tor to be known as Fire iiml Kuril t'p Vlnny of the I'nsscn-prr- s pear. Tho first comes from Champaign Henri Martin, y Oj Collide on it Curve. and his Cabinet were and their illustrious companions to Liberty Island. tho County, I1L, wh're a farmer is said to havo AJ.Gr.sciioriELi in waiting, a slight sir ad abroad n all intelligent and uprRht Xew Yoik li. rbnr, At thoidi, enlraneo lo Bni Mii.wAiTii:n, Oct. 29. The limited pass-entit Is said, husked 130 bushels of corn in a day. drizzle of rain began falling, not enough, muds tho seal of iho r own hlKli purposes conce.ved the idea from the well train on Iho Chicago, Milwaukee & At a scboolxainir.ation in Macomb however, to disturb tho crowd or spoil the Thcv drewacco'iip) hed furn shod numbers statue to si inbolizeof rearing a colossal or their nnd d stniRii siicd St Paul ror.d. which left here Wednesday County, Mich., a candidate for a teacher's spectacle. art sts. the Renins, tbo courage, tho devo-- t America's message onal sp r t, tho indomitable sculjitor. BarPassing through night at feu o'clock, vvas derailed at Itio, cei tiflcate wrote thut thero were two kinds tholdi, whose well earned fame iust tied the of liberty to the Madison Square the of gender, "lady and gentleman." and thrown Into an old stono quarry. Partrust commuted to him, nnd whoso wrrk world while sailing column moved down covers, w ith its splendor, tho Rilled ait.st. up New York bay on ticulars aro hard to get, but it Is admitted TrrRXorthwestern Territory Council has Fifth avenue to Washj his illustrous art and the hippy country J v .s t to this counj vvh ch at tlio general ofilco of tho company in this 'decided to divido the Territory into proviriivo him and h s labors to nil his ington Square, when It this work. Thoy funishcd tho exquisite try in 1871, Willi inces and secure a responsible Governcity, that one coach and three sleepers wero turned Into Broadway, nrtsansbp nnd tho coastruct've skill heart depressed at ment at tho earliest possible moment. thence down Broadwrecked, and five or six persons killed. and scientific tra n'nR and honest and the ruin end wretch y hearty labor, which way to the open space havo toRclher educes in his niiti VOMt CmxAMEX in some places on tho Pacific Latkii The latest paiticulars of tho tery- -I I wrought out, in stubborn brass and coast are supplying themselves with arms, behind tho rible railway catastrophe aro that the day Irou. the nrt st's dream, tho airy concept on land after her defeats .V . fa) y A Main streat. i 'jj of lr in ml, tho shapely sculptuieof lis t... ueiiiniiiy. uy it is noticed. One gunsmith sold seventeen called Bow, under aintos coach contained upward of twenty passen trl-Park eutiniiiR hand, till hero it stands upon 'ts Ills return to Franco WZ. Winchester r.'fi-- s to Cfcteamen in one week. umphal arch In front( gers. v lien mo open swiicn was struci; firm base, ns ,f a natural playmate of thoelo-mentniiirf.psfpil tn liia "& ackay-Rcnnf- tt f Pacific Coast Postal foaiinc no harm from nil the winds lio "i rlForld ouico,nnd and the shock came the momentum of the friends h s idea of s thut blow. Tho rcoplo of France, too. '!PJijpu Line, extending from Xew "Wes- of tho into Broadway. back sleeners in the rear of the dav coach was so from many slender means, nnd of such a btatue to be ' V tminster, British Columbia, to San Frantheir free will, iho HRRroRiitoJ wealth de- presented great that tho latter broke 'n two directly In i his uetour was mado by the tiii: fact:. cisco, a distance of 1,200 miles, is being In order to pay a com- manded for so vast an undertak pr. and from Fiench nation to the United States. tho center, rearing tip and forming an inlhc;r hearts as well as from tho r purees, i pushed vigorously. plirr.ent to tlio enter- 31. i,k i.nssKrs. great verted V. Tlio day car then blazed up with with and all for tovo of liberty abroad, and in Tho idea vvas received Ir tho Chineso Xation wero to pass be- priso of tho IForicZ in raising the sum nec- hearty homnRO to tho friendship of Iheso favor, and so rapidly did subscrip- fire and the cries and struge!e3 of tho dying Among fore an observer in single file tho proces- essary to build the pedestal for Bartholdi's great republics. in that in 1S70 tbo sculptor Inside were simply Imlescribab'e. Tho comm ttce havo no oecnson to insist tions conic sion would never cease; for a now genera-""tio- n great work. upon tho slmrc which tho people of tho t'ni-tc- a began work upon his great shine. M. Bar tho passengers wero Mrs. BosUia Johns, and tho From Park Bow the would bo coming on tho stago as fast States havo taken n tho humbler ollice tholdi supervised every step of the work, Mrs. Scherer. her daughter-in-laroute was again down of furnishiiiR a pedest-- not unworthy of the which was not only a lattct's two little children, of Winnna. Tho as tho procession moved. Broadway .to Court-land- t statue.nor unworthy of our grateful acceptlabor of many year", two bravo worsen especially tho bravo It's scarcely possible for man and woman of street and Maid- ance of Ihis noble Rift nnd appreciation it. but one full r.r diffi- mother succeeded, by almost superhuman tho Rcnorous disposition which prompted to live together without quarreling. In a & en lane, where most In tho pcifected and completed work of c culty and detail. The efforts, In pushing the littlo one9 through a Brooklyn court, tho other day, a man was of themihtaiy, turn- tho pcdcital, the Ron us of the archifirst step towards its window to the outside, and then they charged with having broken his wife's ing to tho rght or left, tect, the sngiiclty. tho varied sclent flc nnd ft n construct on were perished In the flames. The loving mother practical accomplishment of tho ennose merely because sho objected to his made their way lo tho gineer-n nir.do in 1S7L when sacrificed her life for her children ch ef, the construct ng faculty warming his feet in her back with his boots Tho mall car was in charge of John river. The head of and experience of tho builder, nnd the tho French-America- n YAUS-- i the procession reached manifold nnd masterly performances tho union vvas established, Beaks, of Plainfield. Wis., and livo men. upon th's prod rious the City Hall at noon. skilled workmen elevating nnd secur.ty structa banquet given and All theso escaped with injuries of a more or ure, and in the A "Washixctox scientist says tnc tho of tho President Cleveland, Etntuto havo all been combined to set out an appeal made to tho less serious nature. Thoy succeeded In savearthquake which heaved up the Rocky who wa3 Secretary the statue for the admiration of our own people of France. In ing most of tho valuable mail matter. Sixty iuountains would have shaken down every bags of newspapers wero destroyed, but Whitney's Kiiest, ac people and of all coiners to our Miore3. As 1S7G the sculptor bewith tho public building within a radius of six thoupeople, fo companied by Secre- the vvholoFrench of the greatwith our own of work. most of tho letter bags wore saved. Tho gan actual means expenditure sand miles. This shows how wiso it was to ADMinAI. JAUURS. tary Bayard, entered tho work has come from the First tho artist made two Scherer children, of Winona, are tho postpone the completion of tho "Wnshinton a carriago at ten o'clock and drovo tions of iho people themselves, frco contribuand thus tho his model in clay, and only ones in tho day car known to havo monument. to tho reviewing sland at Madison common people of both nnt'ons may Justly when this vvas ap- been saved. The rest not only all perished, to a greater, a nobler monument in Square. Ho was followed by Sccre-Vila- s pointof tho history and progress and welfare plaster but most of them will, rerhaps, never bo a proved nnd Yocxo Mr. Blaine's father-in-laColo"Whitney, laries It is regarded as one of and Lamar. of tho humnn race than Emperors or Kings statue vvas made. In Identified. nel Xevins, of Ohio, is a printer by trado and Colonel Lamont Considering the fes- - or governments have over raised. dimensions it vvas one- - the most terrible railroad disasters that over and formerly held a position at the capital. upon tho recommendation Mr President, tive nature upon tho sixteenth the sizo of occurred In the Northwest Tin: Toncn. In his younger days Colonel Xevins was a tho private of the day, and decorationshouses of the Pros dent of tbo United States, ConAmb.ig tho known victims are: Mrs. residences business gress authorized aud directed iho President the intended statue. Another plaster statue suitor for tho hand of Miss Kato Chase bo along the line of march were very meagre. to ccccpt thccoloss.il statue of Liberty En- four times as large as the first, and a third Bosnia Johns, Winona: Mrs. Scherer, Winfore she went to Washington with her This lack of display, however, can bo ac- lightening the World when presented by cit- one, r. of tho full dimensions of the finished ona; Louis Brinter, Columbus; Eniil father and met tho youngawar governor of counted for by the Inclemency of the izens of tho French rcpubKc. and to des Columbus. model had to be work were made. Tho last and set apart for Rhodo Island, to whom sho gavo her hand. weather for the past two days. The only a suitable site upon tho direction thereof mado in sections, and a wooden trame-worJSt. Louis, Oct. 29. About midnight either Governor's or goods clerk sold for thirty really handsomely decorated building vvas Ilcdloo's Island, in the harbor of Xew York, wps constructed on which tho plaster was Wednesday night a collision occurred beAx Aurora dry upon tho completion thereof shall causo spread. When theso sections wero com- tween an eastbound and a westbound train cent3 a box standing on tho sidewalk, su- the City Hall. After leaving Broadway at nnd same to bo Inaugurated s with such on the Wasbash railroad near Edvvardsvillo ppling the box to be empty. The purchaser Cortlandt street and Maiden Lane, nearly the as will servo testify the gratlludo pleted, wooden models were used, oxact Junction, 111. all tho military and civic companies made of ourrcoplcforthe to The two trains collided on a expressive nnd felicit- copies of the plaster In size and modeling took it' home, and on opining it round that their way homeward. ous memor.'al of tbo sympathy of tho citi- These were carefully cut out by hand, and curve and resulted In creat damage to tho It contained $250 worth of now goods. zen'" of our sister Kepublio All the vessels in brass rolling stock. William Ballon, baggage Tho statue, on tho 4th of July. 183l.ln Par's, In them vveie shaped tho hammered Thehe is no vegetable so extensively North river were gaily wns delivered lo nnd accepted by the Gov- work vvh'cli forms the outside of the statue. and express man was crushed to dealh by pown in Japan as tho radish. There are decorated with lings, ernment, by the authority of tho President Eighty-eigh- t tons of bra3s were used In tho tho contents of the car falling upon him. jnany varieties and thoy vary insizo from the great Atlantic lines ofthel'n.tcd States, delegated to and exe- structure, and the entire weight ot tno statue cuted bv il.n stcr Morion in tho oaefourth'tach In diameter and six inches being particularly Walter B. Scates, who died at namo of the cltzcnsof tho LTn ted States, is 450,000 pounds. in length to a foot in diameter and over as they lay at In 1S7G M. Bartholdi, with tho extended Evanston, III., the other day, ot paralysis, completed the pedestal and raised who have yard In length. , their docks, one mass years old and was born at thereon tho statue, and of the volun- right arm of the statue the first part that vvas seventy-eigh- t tary committee who havo executed vvas completed catuo to America and placed South Barton, Va. He settled early In Illinois of color aloft The Mk. E. Stoxe Wicorx3, the Canadian Lhi-b.tio- n tbo will of the r follow c tizens, I became who has achieved some notoriety and no naval parade, which declare. n your presence. In the preseuco or the ann aud torch in tho Centennial subse- aud in 1S3C attorney general of tlie State forms another marked TrVA and Justice or the Supreme Court honor as a prophet of storms, earthquakes at Philadelphia, whence it was d stlngulthcd guests from France, and these and other meteorological disturbances that feature of Iho day, c&'k&ZL'h JWt of this august nsscmblngc of tho honorable quently removed to Madison Square, ow Ho was on General McCIclIan's staff during and honoiol men of our laud and of this York. was set ior one o'clock. In February, 1877, Congress set the war and was collector of customs at ChiOBTfreccBr, it about to retire permanently countless multitude thnt this pedestal nnd apart Liberty Iiland for tho statue, and cago tinder President Johnson, being reTha iound of tin cunited work of the two republics la com-p'tt- s i vcimi! prgpumgrr gyp, stf,Tj.,jiS8, tho nnd (urrtndcred lo ths ccrs una keep committee oM choa trim Will- i- . moved, by President Grant THE WORLD. which should have luv-- Ued at 12:45 p. ., was not he.-.t-tl until one o'clock, nnd there was considerable delay In getting tho in? of two-third- -- rv A TQSGA .i. SfW"-12?-aj171 .. J' REVENGE. l. the . Killed aud a Number AVar-Pat-- i THE COMMONWEALTH. Tobacco Market. nisTlUe course of the market has created but little ground for remark. Burley tobaccos, from trash up to and including medium leaf are 23c. lower, whiWthe grades above medium quite retain tno advance previously obtained. Dark and heavy types from common lugs so medium leaf, inclusive, are 25530c lower, and tho grades above, as well as the single grade of trash below, aro steady and unchanged. Good and fine grades and full types of both dark and Burley tobaccos havo been fairly favorable to sellers. Reports aro largely confirmatory of early opinions of the very high character of tho crop, but thero are rumors from the bluegrass and the Southern tier ot counties that there is a larger, admixturo of off styles than had been anticipated. We quote 18S5 tobaccos as follows for full weight packages: Jiurleu. . Dafkand Hcaw. f2 5O&3 50 Trash... .11 503 1 Oil nil... TTvfiifirl . TJl.nnnmnnn T7n. UAUVVUlllrr IIL'UUUIUUU J.' t A .Mountain at Charleston. ifUUdV ! h :m:wuvriea4t A . ,c?. 'ffine.Pm,le iov amtotol . Sonar.i on I Trio Jf 300 lVet High .'.OOO Com-iiipnd- er the I'ottom of aUil.o Fromjif? 3'eet Peeji ,rtii--e- i s Xov. I. A Svs' Fhancisco, Cai published in this evening's B.il'ttin, date of Opia, October 15, fays . Las retched c!aj thent:c s on tha morning of Saptcml-ei100 L SDCCill from n. the savs: e to light bare that tho Gor- .is implicated in a murder J motive political conse-cula- rs aro meager, but it is Glofk-Democr- of-w- criit-itud- it JJ iSiiStlimoufry -- ,vy.-Th- & f. .A Ni .r-vT- ''. x heavy earthuuakes occti: the Isln'nd of Xiuufou, pnaigiJbt "if"43 ga grouti, and that irow.&&hhiM i tfliioli Ii.kI n ilif 5i,''rti, IVei of ii fet. a mounts n has arisen of '!00 feet above the surface; aSfba,t;M iiiuuuiuin uas oursb. uui jrcf ruM'ied:,askf j thrown out hot stones andrhi'jfeiW;! iunniitie3 as to" destroy cocoamit trees ou tho ialijtJrfKlii'S! we aro lmvlug light bhoeksjd lnf.-c.tvvo-jof- r (jojfijjuentlv-io- iiTi otiecd'Dytnfrr;ide"njyp Decrease for Oetobor that,the'l led his courier were in ths ezuma, and that thoy had a lfowing. He mad3 a raid . ana in the fight that sides were killed and Lfltpr Tha rniil if fji.r .! l,f Or tinnnrn fo ieitima district was moro at first suDDosed. From nCentlemnn irriri urn tbia-- , town, your corro-rn-s the follow in? facts: 'sjr.of Prefecto Torres, who Governor, the Governor sort of vigorous retaii- en-bo- th - vernor learned that tha NATIONAL, DEZ.T. V ,?s Aiilomitlng to rf .i:t..'01,(iI0. i 1 . ' K'f.' i l.t-rt- ) f J iii-j- h.-to"- VV a j iy . o Wasiiivoton, 1 C, Xov 1 - Tho f.,U..w mgis a recapitulat.on oi tht debt i&siied (ceiiti omitted : r ng debt lnt S.V).0O).0i5 I llonds at 4' j per cent floods At 4 iter Cent oi W,M8.70.) ft) llonds ut i) pc r cent yu u) lui riR eert ifleates at i jht o ll.(i"i.ifl3 (IJ Navy Pens on Fund at 3 peret . l'ac:ilo It. It bonds at 0 per ct-rr'ne'pid $I.1CI43U'00 Interest ... M.fil W s'ute-mei- it to-da- v i rest-bea- OH Fifty-sevent- j , ? mv. '5j " w tt-? !! r ?I.IK,4:,C7J0J Total Total debt, less available oah 51.4R7.ini. 147.01 items . .Vet cash in Treasury K.7SMW to Detit loss cah in tbo Treasury. M November 1, IfWI riebt less canh in lb Treasury. 1, UteS l,3S7..d,V'7 CO ictobor Decrease of debt during the ; 13d.U W month Total ensh in the Treasury as shown by Treasurer's general 5 t51,S.0fO 03 uccouut Orposed to Convict Lsbor. Ciiit'voti. Nov. 1 Tho Xntionid Asfcocation has s nt a circular Anti-Contract Six n x, g .... . V iWtii y i' 1 $! ...... 1 . broadcast throughout the country, urging employers and employes to o ganiJB Stato and al associations in oppoiition to con- let lalor It says that tho to bring tho question befo-- e the Prenleut of the United Statei. the houses of Congre-- s and the Statu Legislatures, and t enlist the leuleis o.' all ivoiitical partiesand labor organizatioLS in the work of cruidiing out this grta and growing evil. The mcnibersbip fees have been placed as follows per annnta: Manufacture's S10. labor associations ?3, working-me- n fifty cents. lo-jiro-pose- t. i . e"l ! iit-tti- .'. FiPiich-Ainerlca- n . ! i r di J? t, cbion at m Uorrace by Uoury liiltin's Ssho larga bequests to leave her relatives. All the rest ot tne eUte, real and personal, sheljcquea hsto Cii.trtes J. Clinch, now of Paris, and Ho ry Hilton, of th.s city, who are mado ox cut or. Nono of the legacies are to b paynideiintilthtea ear fiom tho flual probato of the wi.l n r any of the annuities until she mouths afUr sueh i lobate. lor Russell. The Will of A. T. Stewart's Wldov. will of Mrs. New Your, Xov. l.-- Tho Cornelia M. Stewart, tho w;fo ot tho late millionaire dry goods merchnnt, was filed probate Mr. ex-Jud- ron-in-la- r ' star-spangl- 1 e. Be-lim- lr A roe-doi- n. Silver Discovered in Kansa3. rT.vx., Xov. 1. "ho discovery of silver in this vicinity has caused much excitement. Samples of ore wt ro sent to tho State Assayer at Denver. Col , and the of the mint at Philadelphia. The former reports an assay of 312 ounces of silver to the ton, the latter oil ounces, each with ii trac of gold. Tue ore crops out in many localities. Caldwell row picsent tho appearaco "f . mining town. Cvr.nv.ELi,, As-sny- er , Bloody Xcvv Siera'. -c, i Yohk, Xov. 1. Surveyor II. S. Bent-tiof the Pert o Xew York, was shot but cot mortally wounded by Ltiii Bieral, u recently discharged inspe tor. nt his (lice in the Xew York Ciistom-l- i niso to day. Bicrnl fired ihreo shots, two .nking effect, one in the palm of the hand and another in the groin. Bieral was an estcd. Hois seventy-twyears old and a n itive of o Uru-z:- l. j o, J TgiJS5w of-wave-sei- GP:nrt;i m mm d. trr-hfy- iS, 1 s Loweh's Betrothal. Xew Yoiik, Xov. 1. A dispatch from London. England, says the engagement of James Busscl1 Lowell to tho d jvvagor Lady Lyttleton, widow of the late and aunt by nuirriago of the present Lord Lyttleton. is announced. Lady Lyttleton ha, like Mr. Lowell, been already twice nuirried. Sha has three children iiiui is about forty years ild. I i y 1 to-da- v Wi with lcpeatiug rifls, attacked from an ambush u body of Tonquineo riflemen at Phunho, in tha Province of Namdiub, killing .10 of them. At the time Chinose nttneked the pots ivt Dongsong, but were repulsed nfter desperate lighting. Brighler Skies In Ireland. London, Xov. 1. Sir Miihael Hicks ileach's report to tho Cab'n st with reference to the condition of Irelai d shows that there has been a marked cessation of outrages; that tenants are paving their rents ut.der tho landlord's reductions, and that the prospects are good for a peaceful winter. Closing of the Oleomargarine Factories. Xew II v vex. Conn., Xov. 1. Easterbrook Co., of this city, the o ily manufacturers of oleomnrgnrino in Connecticut, havo suspended, as trey regard tho Government tax ns prohibitory. From bO to 100 persons uro thrown out ot enip!oymoi.t. Fighting in Tonqain. Lojcnov, Xov. 1. A dispatih from Ton-quisays that a force of Chinese, armed er trnJ'Sz &i Ui V ji& v FI j post-oilic- c, O ull',(. s. I V con-trllnit- rrx , i w i 1 W& MW m ITri Rsvolt in Hexic). n Xrr.vo Lvnuiio, Mi:x., Xov. 1. A is in progress in tho State of Governor Salnn, of Coabuila. has sent troops to aid in suppressing it, A dispatch received yesterday evening stated thnt several of tho leaders of tho rebellion, including General Cadena, tho prime mover, had been captured. royo-Ititio- Zaca-tesa- s. Bogus Batter Will Stand the Tjx. Washington, Xov. 1. Tho law taxing oleomargarine went into operation Reports received by Commissioner Miller show that all classes of manufacturers and dealers, including the retail men, proposo to meet tho tax aud continuo in business. to-da- (f General Van Allen's Estate. Xewpoi-.t- , It I., Xov. 1. A declaration y of was filed in tho Probate Co-ir- t the personal property of General J. H. Van Allen, who committed suicide in August last by jumping overboard frc m tho Cunard Tho steamer Aurania while in inventory amounts to $1,950,000, which is bequeathed to bis son aud grandchildren. to-damid-ocea- Wal-tcrsdor- k Lots of New Dollars. Washington, Xov. 1. Tho total coinage executed at tho mints during October was S4,ir-,10of which $3,000,0.0 was in standard dollars. 0, cere-mon'e- -- To-da- lo Ex-Jud- The Deadly Umbnlia. Xnw YoniT, Xov. L John Hanley, whllo drunk, had a fight with John McGrceay, a brick-laye- r, Saturday night Tho latter and thrust ati umbrella into Han ley's eye, conhe died without ro:overiug sciousness. This is tho third homicide in to-da- y this city this year by an um'irella. j nm .. It At!empted Murder and Sufc'de. KewYouk, Xov. 1. Jos. Ott,a German waiter, last night fired two shots at Charles Babin, first chief of tho Astor House, New York, nnd imagining he had killed his man 'Jed to Park Place nndsont a aullec through aia owm braim BaWn is not dangeroaily Henderson, the sport who is charged with swindling a Shelby County farmer out of $3,C00,and who skipped after giving' a small bail, was rearrested near Bardstown. Ho was traveling through the country in a buggy and making his w ay to Tennessee. At Lebanon, Captain X. R. Christie and Wm. Mills quarreled, pulled their guns and, as usual, an innocent spectator named Wm. Turner was killed. Lieutenant Jonn Sciion, U. S. A., went to Louisville to be married the other day aud found that the fickle Marie Allen had THREE ACRES OP FIRE. been wedded to another gentleman. I'xt raordinnry l'ire in the .standard Mines, A houxd dog attacked tho Ne.ir.11t. Pleasant, I'a. daughter of Mrs. Murray, in Xewport, a Conneliville, Pa., Oct. 31. Th9 tiro few days ago, and severely lacerated her , at the Standard mines, near Mt. Pleasant, throat and face. which originated yesterday afternoon, is Munsox HrnuEX, aged farmer of Shelby otill raging, aud is hourly gaminghead way. County, who Flame aud smoke, driven by a strong cur- by Charles was victimized out of $3,300 Henderson, the confidence rent of air, leap from tlie mouth of tho crook, has become insane, hopelessly o, it t shaft to the height of one hundred alove the ground. All efforts to check is fearej. Eight people in a log cabin near Flat ho fire have been of no avail. A lire engine from Pittsburgh arrived to- Rock, Knox v ounty wero burned to death night, .and th work of flooding the mine few night ago. Wm. Poe, a farmer, will b6 begun at once. This will requiro several mouths. It is thought that nearly went away from home on business, leaving three acres of coal are now ablaze. Tho his wife, five young children and Iwo ladies of th9 neighborhood, amount of los. can not now be estimated, Miss for tho entiro plant will have to suspend Alice Carnes and Sallis Adams. During throwoperations for several months, thus ing (XX) men out of employment. The daily the night the houso burned and all the inoutput of tho shaft was 1,300 tons, and, in mates perished and their remains wero consequence of its being idle, it will result found next day by the husband on his re,n the closing down of 30J cok ovens, or turn. Itis not know how the cabin caught one twentieth of the whole Conuellsvillo fire, but the mother's remains were f'.und region. clasping those ot the baby, and the bed Heartless Boys Responsible For a Murder. clothing uear showed that an effort had . been mado to extinguish tho fire. The reXnw Or.i.r vx- -, Oct 31. Joe Manchauer mains, tf tho others were found in the ruins. is a poor, deformed boy of this city, sevenAx attempt was mado early the other teen j cars of age, who has been nicknamed by boys of tho city in morning to rob tho Farmers and Traders' consequence of his resemblance to tho Bank, Covington. Officer McGair, of tho boy. Ho bad an eye Merchants' Police, discovered two men Russian knocked out when a child, his jaw and loitering about the bank, and when they 'nose broken, nnd is otherwise injured saw him they wnlked away in different by a kick from n horse a short time directions. Tho officer examined tho bank ago, aLd now presents n frightful apdoor and found that it Lad been tampered pearance The boys have b en m tho habit with. A drawer in the containing a of follovmg "Jo" around pelting him witu small amount of money bankalso was unlocked. imud. They chased him for a distance last "night intif, becoming angry, ho threw a Uxkxowx partes broke into Mr. M. P. large bowlder at his tormentor. John Mattingly's bonded warehouse, about seven Bennett, an innocent wayfarer, happened to be ai the line of tho stone. It struck miles below Owensboro, nnd stole sixty hm sqtarely u the chest. Ho sat down gallons of whisky. They escaped and have confused, but recovered sufficiently to walk not been arrested. horn? and died almost instant y on TouchAt Xewport, Fritz Knecht, a driver for ing there. a beer wagon, accidentally allowed a eel m m lardoorto fall on his finger, which com'Fatal Blasting Accident pletely severed it. Ho picked up the piece Bhvzil. Ixn., Oct. 31. A fatal accident of finger and carried it to the office of his occurred yesterday al tho new coal mino employer nnd laid it on his desk, aud then of called his attention to his misfortune. of Sailer & Sigler, six milc3 south-eas- t ,Brcz 1. Jossph Elliot and John Phillips J. X. Mills, an influential c tizen and were trying to extract a chargo ot blast ng merchant at a place called Pig powder which had failed to explode. When near Rocky Hill, was instantly killed thoj had nearly reached tho powder it became ignited and exploded with terrific while helping to unload a steam boilor foiee. bio wing both arms from tho body of from a wagon. He was using a pole as when in some way tho boiler dropped, E.l ott, from the effects of which he died a few hou s after. Phillips is badly injured. striking tho pole in his hand, causing it to, He will hardly recover, but if ;hei does will fly up and strike him on the neck, which it probrtb y be totally blind. broke, instantly killing him. He leaves a wifo and several children. An Earthquake Spring at Cnarlestort. A little boy r amed Charles RItz was Charleston, Oct. 31. A slight tremor running along tho street in Xewport with this afternoo i. It a fork in his hand. Ho accidentally felt wan felt hero at caused no damage, and vvas not felt by a and the prong of t e fork entered his eye, ma jority of th e people. Shortly after the which completely destroyed that organ. shock a spring of clear, pure water appearIt is believed that natural gas can bo yard, and is still ed in the Custom-hous- e running at tho rate of a gallon a minute. found in Daviess County. Tho facts to su The water is said to havo been hot when tain this belief have recently been brought the flow began. Thero were two slight to light, and thero may yet be a bonanza iu shocks at Suuimerville the find for Owensboro capitalists. The following has been issued by Yice Th'e Expenses of a Big City. President Milton H. Smith, of tho LouisXr.w York, Oct. 31. Appropriations for ville &: Xashvil la railroad: The manage maintaining the city in 1SS7 havo just besn ment desires to call the attention of tho agreed upon. Tho total is $32,101,019, and lumber trade and the public generally to among tho large items are interes on tho its proposed extensions through the Upper city debt, $7,37,'.i71; public works, $2,723,-00police department. $1.1S4,000; armories Cumberland river vnlley of Kentucky. The Cumberland Yallcy Branch will leave rents, $62,300; election exaud penses, $210,400; ilre department, $l,7s7Ooa tho Knoxville Division of tho L. & X. Last year the police allowance was ?5,W3,- - R. P. nt Corbin Station, White-l- y Count-- , Ky., 171 miles south of Louisvillo, run through Knox County Trains Run Into Rock Slides. to tho Cumberland river at Barboursville, Poktlvxp, OitE., Oct. 31. .V freight train and from there np the valley of tho Cumon tho Oregon Pacific railroad r n into a berland to Pinevillo, in Bell County. This rock slido near Alkali, causing a wreck in much of tho route has been put undor conwhich the fireman was killed aud a brako-ma- n tract, and it is expected tho lino will bo fatally injured. A wrecking train going to tho rebel also ran into a rock slido, opened for traffic not later than Septemkilled the fireman and fatally injuring a ber, 1SS7. The lumber wealth of tho Upper brakemao. Cumberland Valloy is conceded by all. It has lain nndevcloped to tho prc;ent time DrjLvned Herself and Children. only from tho lack of transportation facilWah Aitox, Oct. 31 Mrs. Donaldsom ities. Special attention is directed to both while in fit of insanity, picked up her the quality and quantity o the poplar, two chilCin aud jumped into tho Potomac walnut, cherry and oak to be found there. 'river ii this city yesterday. Altthrea vcrc drrfyned. Desirable sites for tho erection of millsand . lumber booms will be found at different Mr. Beecher Arrives Home. points on the proposed road, and this comXr.w YonK, Oct. 31. Rev. Henry Ward pany will follow its usual liberal course in Beecher was a passenger on ths Etruria, aiding the development of industries along 'which arrived Mr. Beecher is iu its lines. The road will be extended begood health. yond Pinevillo to the Virginia or Tennessee Thanksgiving Day. line, opening up extensive fields of valuable Washington, Oct. 31. The President has steam and coking coals immediately on the issued a proclamation designating Thursline. Inquiries from parties desiring to inday, Xovember 23, as a day of thanksgiy-in- g vestigate the resources of this regioD, with and prayer. a view to development, will receive prompt attention."Died From Her Injuries. V III., Oct, 31. John Switzer, ' The hands employed in tho work on the living five miles north-easwas out nutXew Huntington railroad bridge over the ting yesterday, accompanied by three of Licking, Newport, struck a few days ago his children. Ono of the children, a girl cents a day. twelve yeurs of age, had ber clothing to for an additional twonty-fiv- e take fire from a burning brush heap, and They have been getting $L25 heretofore. before her father could reach her sho was Their demand was acceded to, and work is bo badly burned thut she died threo hours now going on as though nothing bad hapafterward. pened. Sugar Refinery Shuts Down. Ix Letcher County, James Smallwood, a St. Louis, Oct. 31. Tha St. Louis Sugar notorious ontlaw of that section, who shot Refinery, tho largest in the West, has shut and killed McClellan .dams last winter, down, unable to compete with tho Sandwas shot from ambush by unknown parties wich Island sugar, wich is admitted fro and instantly killed. He was a singlft of duty. man. Cms. Hjcndersox, ths LouisviUe sport, Suicide Through Remorse. monta swindling, arrested for three-carKingston, ust Oct. as John bas given bond and skipped. Brodda, the footman, was running a car upon tha cage of tho bottom of the shaft at , Hiss Caeuie, tha deat mute daughter of a colliery near here, tho engineer, William Dr. F. M. Jasper, of Jeas amine Connty, was Moses, started the engine to hoist the cage. married the other evening to Prof. M. C Brodda was caught between tho cage and .Clewer, of the Danr te Deaf Mate instithe brattice and instantly killed. As sooa tution. The ceremony aa performed in a? the engineer learned of what happened, 'sign language by Profs. W. K, Argo and G. though not in the least to blama for Brod-da- 's T. Schoolfield. death, ho shot himselt dead. The "Welch Distillery, near Owensboro, Two Men Killed by a Train. was burned by an Incendiary the other day. PrnsButiaH, Oct. 31. Two unknown ItalLoss 130,000. g i ians, who wero walking on tho track, wer A box of Charley Bai rell, living near struck, by a freight train near Pine Creek, OwingsvOIe, accidentally discharged a rifle on tha West Pennsylvania railroad d sister through and skot kia nd instantly killed. tfctkta. Ska will dit. CnAS. fivo-year-o- res, ocouVin'Sl his, with 150 troops. started ior Jiontezuma District At the tOWn OL Mmtezuma. the canitol of the district. tKy met the revolutionists, headed b Senor Vallarde This vvas the same Party that killed Prefecto Torres. Governor Torres on seeing the party mado ready for fiht, but subsequent!- - an was held, but tha blood oil either side beingwarm.no amicable conclusion was arrived at and Governor Torres, pulling his pistol, fired and killed Vallarde in his tracks. A fierce light then ensued, which resulted in fifteen men being killid and several wounded. It is impossible to get tho fucts rcluting to tho number of wounded ami the natureof their wounds, but enough is known to warrant tho statement that a good deal of blood was shed. Com axidanto Torres, who accompanied the Governor, is tho brother of the Prefecto recently killed near Campus by tho revolutionists. This fight occurred ou Tuesday last. u or. aw tne uov' iT(Mi,.:F"-.".-Mr'I s " Good , rVi.nmnn lnnf .- -!W31 A. Medium leaf Good Selections Wrappers leaf 5 9 0010 25 12 00619 23 i6 'Sftii 8 50 CO t 1 tA - 3 4 TS 52MJ 575 ft 75T4 4 2.V R Ol j 7 11 mt 3 00 00314 00 6 50 15 OV1M6 50 IS 0002150 Miscellaneous Iterai. e fe-- . "Jo-Jo- " dog-face- d Post-offic- e, -:'- -0 -- to-da- y. 0: drill-roo- to-da- - t, m p., d Sl.-J- to-nlj- sixteen-year-ol- W-i -- ' . "e-- f r.v-s- . fc-- r- tL.' BUSINESS LIFE. .' Sermon by Rev. T. Do. Witt D. D. Tal-mag- e, What God Intended to lie a School of Christian Enerer. of Patience, for the Attainment of Knowledge, and 3JR of Christian Integrity. J ? u: . i Bkookltn, N. Y., Oct. 31. Dr. Talrnage, in his services at the Tabernacle this morning, took for his text Romans 12:11: "Not slothful in business; fervent in spirit; serving the Lord." He said : , Industry, devotedness, Christian recommended in this one short text. arc all What, is it possible to conjoin them! O, yes; there is no war between religion and business, between Bibles and ledgers, beOn tween churches and counting-houses- . the contrary, religion accelerates business, sharpens men's wits, sweetens acerbity of disposition, lillips the blood of phleginat-ic- s, and thnews more velocity into the wheels of hard work. To tho judgment it gives more skillful balancing to the will 'more strength to industry more muscle--to enthusiasm a mora concentrated lire. You can not show mc a man whose business prospects have in any wise been despoiled by his religion. ' Tho industrial classes are divided into'' three groups producers, manufacturers, traders. Producers, such as farmers and miners; manufacturers, such as take tho corn and change it into food, or the wool and flax and change them into apparel; traders, who nnke a profit out of the transfer and exchange of that which is produced or manufactured. Now, a business man may belong to one of thqso classes, or he may belong to all of them. Whatever bo your avocation, if you plan, calculate, bargain; if into your life there come vexations and disappointments, as well as gains, dividends and percentages; if you arc harrasscd with a multiplicity of engagements in a word, if you are driven from Monday morning to Saturday night, and to January, with relentless obligations and duty, then you are a business man or a business woman, and my subject is appropriate to your case. "VVe are apt to speak of the moil and tug of business life as though it were an inquisition or a prison into .which a man is thrown, or an unequal strife where, half armed, ho goes to contcrtn. Hear mo this morning, while I try to show you that God intended business life to be a glorious education and discipline, and if I shall be successful in what I say I shall rub tho wrinkles out of your brow and unstrap some of the burdens from your back. I have tirst to remark to you that God intended business life to be to you a school of Christian energy. God started us in the world, giving us a certain amount of raw material out of which we were to hew our own character. Every faculty needs to be reset, rounded, sharpened up. After our young people have graduated from the schools and colleges and universities, they need a higher education, that which the collision and rasping of every day life alone can effect. Energy of soul is wrought cut only in the lire, and when a man for ten. fifteen, or twenty or thirty years has been going through business activities, his energy can no longer be measured by weights, or plummets, or ladders. It can scale any height. It can plummet any depth. It can thrash any obstacle. Now, do you suppose that God has spent all this education on yrni for the purpose of making you a more successful worldling, of enabling-yoto more rapidly accumulate dollars, making you sharp in a trade' Did God make you merely to be a yardstick to measure cloths, or a steelyard to weigh flour! And did He intend you to spend your life in doing nothing but chaffer and higgle I My friend, He has put yoa in this school to develop your energy for His cause and kingdom. There is enough unemployed talent in the churches, and in the world, to reform all empires, and all kingdoms, and utl people, in three weeks. O, how much idleness and strong muscle and stout hearts how many deep streams that turn no and haul on the bands of no factory "tJod demands that He have the best lamb out of every flock, the richest sheaf in every harvest, tho best men of every generation; and in a cause where the Newtous and the Lockcs and the Mans-- J fields of the earth were proud to enlist, you nnd I need not be ashamed to toiL O, for 'fewer idlers and for mora consecrated Christian workers. Again; God intended business life to bo i 'to you a school of patience. How many little things there aro in one day's engagements to perturb, and annoy, and disquiet 'you. Bargains will rub, and men will (break their engagements; collecting jagent-- s will come back tricksters in business will play upon what they call tho " hard times," when in any 'times they never pay; goods placed on tho .wrong shelf; cash book ami in a quarrel; goods ordered for on jespecial emergency failing to come, or. if .coming, damaged in the transportation; people who intend no harm going about (shopping, unrolling goods they do not Imean to buy, and trying to break tho Jdozen; men obliged to take up other people's notes; moro counterfeit bills in tho drawer; more bad debts; another ridicu! J sen-iceannoy-'anccs, from-January -to-da- y mill-whee- ls 1 , empty-hande- money-idraw- er lous panic. $ ? l".. fSt ES-- i i . TS.' ""tSl fes Under all this friction men break down, 'or they aro scoured up into additional "brightness. How many you and I havo Jknown who, in the past few years, havo .gone down under the pressure, and havo jbecomc petulant, and choleric, and crabbed, and sour, and pugnacious, until customers Iforsook their stores, and these merchants JDave become insolvent, and their names 'were pronounced with detestation. But rother men have found in this a school for patience. They toughened under the exposure. They were like rocks, moro for the blasting. There was a itime when they had to ?hoke down their wrath; there was a time when they had to jbite their Up; there was a time when they jthought of stinging retort they would liko to utter. But now they have conquered jtheir Impatience; they have kind words for sarcastic flings; they have a polite for discourteous customers; they (have forbearance for unfortunate debtors; jthey have moral reflections for the sudden reverses of fortune. How aro you going target thatrrace of patience! Not through'tcaring ministers preach about it. O, no If you get it at all you will get it in the world, where you sell hats, and plead causes, and tin roofs, and make shoes, and turnbanisters, and plow jcorn. I pray God that through the turmoil and sweat and exasperation of your every day life you may hear tho voice of Christ saying to you : "If patience possess your soul, let patience have a perfect work." Again: God intended business lifo to b to you a school for the attainment of knowledge. Merchants Io not read many books, nor study many lexicons, nor divo Into great profounds, yet through tho forco of circumstances they get intelligent oa questions of politics, and finance, andjgeog-raphand jurisprudence, and ethics. if her Business is a hard pupils will not learn in any other way, with unmerciful hand she smites them on tho head and on tho heart with inexorable loss. You went Into somo business enterprise, and live thousand dollars got out of yur grasp. You say tho five thousand dollars were wasted. O, no, that was only tuition expensive schooling, but it was worth it. Misfortune, with hard hand, comes upon a man and wakes him up, and by tho very force of circumstance, business men get to " bo intelligent. Now, what is tho use of all this intelligence unless you give it to Christ. Do yoa suppose God gives you these opportunities of brightening up your intellect and of increasing your knowledgo merely to get larger treasures and grander business? O, no ! Can it bo that you have been learning , about foreign lands and people that dwell under other skies, and yet have no missionary spirit. Can it be that you have been learning the follies and trickeries and of tho business world, and yet you are sot trying to bring to bear upon them this Gospel which is to corscct all abuses, and abolish all ignorance, and correct all mistakes, and arrest all crime, and irradiate all darkness, and lift up all wretched- wessl Can it be that, notwithstanding your acquaintance with tho intricacies of busi-- i aess, you arc ignorant of those things which will last tho soul long after bills of exchange and commission, and invoices and consignments, and rent rolls, havo crumpled up and consumed in the fires of a judgment day! Again: God intended business life to bo to jm a school of Christian integrity. No ago of the world over offered so many inducements for scoundrellsra as arc offered asw; There Is krdly statute a tha law I serv-liccab- le 1 - y, school-mistres- s; books that has not W backdoor through " wnich m scrcants c escui"-of goods! Commer-cia- l deceptions in tho life plies the land with trickeries and there 8 M ma"y pCT,e "J Brooklyn and New York who live a life of man V?0? ,a plunder, that when straightforward, henest business, it is almost charged to Greenness and want or tact. Ah, my brethren, this ought not to be. But I have to teU you that it requires more grace to be honest now than it did in the davs of our fathers, when business was plain, and there was no stock gamblers, and woolen was woolen and silk was silk, and men were men. How rare it is that 3011 find a man who can from his heart say: "I never cheated in trade; I nevcr overestimated the value of goods when I was selling them; I never covered up defect in a fabric: I no.vor rin,irmon the Ignoranco of a customer, and in all ray estate there is not one dishonest farthing." There aro those who can say it. They never let their integrity bow, or cringe to present advantage.0 They are as puro and Christian now as on the day when they sold their first tierce of rice, or their first iirkin of butter. There were times when they could havo robbed a partner; when they could have absconded with the funds of a bank; when they could have sprung a snap judgment; when they could have borrowed inimitably; when they could have made" a fal.o assignment; when, they could havo ruined a neighbor for tho purpose of picking up some of tho fragments; but they never took ono step oa that pathway of hell fire. Now they can pray without being haunted with the :aink of dishonest gold; now they can reid the Bible without thinking of the day Vhen. with a lie on their soul, they kissedabook in tho custom house; now they cm look into tho laughing faces of their children without thinking of orphans left by thcmj?nniless and houseless; now they can th of death without having their knees 'ftck together, and their hearts sink, anJeir teeth chatter, necause there is a ju nent where all d tricksters, and frauders, and jockey; charlatans, shall bo J 'damned. Now they canVead in tht3J fc" without flinchins: "As tho partriie sitteth on ezzs and hatches them not: so he that getu-triches, and not by right, shall leave the m in the midst of his days, nnd at the end shall bo a fool." Alasl if any of you, for the purpose or getting out of temporary embarrassment, dare to sell your soul, or any portion of it You may wako up in the midst of embarrassment and say: "No one is looking; this transaction may bo a little out of the way, but it is only once, only once." On tlidt one occasion you notonly wreckyourspint-ua- l nature, but you despoil your business prospects. You put one dishonest dollar in an estate, but it will not stand. You may take a dishonest dollar and put it down in the very depths of the earth, and you may roll on the top of it rocks and mountains, and on the top of those rocks and mountains you may put all the bunks and moneyed institutions, piliiiK them up henven high, but that one dishonest dollur down in the depths of the earth will bt'gin to rock, and heave, and upturn itself uutil it comes to the resurrection of damnation. You ran not hide a dishonest dollar. In tho review of this subject th"rv are two or three things I want to sa . and tho first is, let us havo a larger sympathy for business men. I think it is a shame that in our pulpits we do not oftcner preach on this subject and show that we apprcc.ato tho sorrows, and struggles, and temptations, and trials of evcry-tlalife. Mt-- who toil with the hands are very apt to be suspicious of those who move in the world of trade, and think that they get their money idly, and that they give no equivalent. Men who raise tho corn, and wheat, and rye.and oats arc very apt to think that sruin merchants get easy profits. The lir.st is very apt to be jealous of the brain. Plato and Aristotle were so opposed to all kinds of merchandise that they said was a curse to the earth, and they recommended that cities should never bo built any nearer the tnan ten miles. But we have become wiser than that, and you know that there are no harder workers than those who plan and calculate in stores and banks and counting houses. What though their apparVl be neat, what though their manners bo refined, do not put them down as idlers. They carry loads heavier than a hod of bricks, they go into exposures keener than the cutting of the east wind, they scale mountains higher than the Alps and Himalayas, and maintaining their Christian integrity, Christ will at last uccost them, srytng: done, thou good and faithftilservant; thou hast been faithful over a fewthing, I will make thee ruler over nia:iy,things ; enter thou into the joy of thy Lord." I also enjoin you to quit all frotfulness about business matters. Is there not something in your own household that you would not give up for the worldly success other men have? Besides that, if these trials lifted you up, you ought to bless God for the whip of discipline. The larger th note you havo to pay, tho greater the uncertainty of business life, the better for youi soul if Jesus Christ lead3 you triumphantly through. How do I know 1 know it by this principle the hotter tho furnace the better the refining. There have been thousands of men who have gone through the samo path you are now going through with an aching heart. Thera are multitudes before the throne of God who were lashed with cares and anxieties innumerable, and were cheated out of every thins but their cr3in. They were sued; they were ejected; they wero imprisoned for debt; they were maltreated V they were throttled with whole packs of writs; tlfty were sold out by sheriffs; they had to confess judgments; they had to compromise with creditors, and their last hour on earth was diswas turbed by the fact that their door-berung loudly and angrily by the hand of some impetuous creditor, who was surprised that the sick man should be so impertinent and outrageous as to die before he had paid him the last three shillings and sixpence. O, how men arc tossed and driven! I had a friend who went from one anxiety to another; a good and great heart he had, but every thing he put his hand to seemed to faiL Misfortunes elustcrad around, nnd after awhilo I heard he was dead, and the first word I said was: "Good, he has got rid of the sheriffs." There is a great multitude of business men who on earth had it hard, but by the Grare of God they stand triumphant in Heaven ; and when the question is asked of them: "Who arc they!" tho angels of God, standing on seas of glass, will cry out: "These are they which came out of great tribulation, nnd have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb." Once more: I want you to seek business grace. Commercial ethics, business honor, laws of trade, may do very well for awhile; but there will come a time Wien the ground will slip from under yo l feet, and tho world will frown, and th WIS., Will Nil want more after your soul, and you ca: vc you; you then than this world will want the Eternal Rock ptandon. For the lack'of that grace you hi known men to force, and to maltreat thci friends, and to curse their enemies, and you have seen their names bulletined among scoundrels, and spit upon, and blistered by scorn, nnd ground to powder. They not only lost their property, but their soulsVere mauled, and putrificd, and blasted for eternity. You could count up scores 'of such persons; while there aro others who, tossed on the same sea, sustained by the grace of God, have all the time kept their cyo on tho - THE ACTUAL FACTS. A Comparison of tho Xct National Under Ki'imblliMii and I'ar-tlH- y Democratic Control of the Government. In a late speech Senator V. M. Cock-rcl- l, fac innu-mcrabl- e, nt Washington. It K a most unassailable kind. reson, of the s been scrupulously ton? cverV promise nlcd-'-lia- How with economy and the business community enof Missouri, gave the following couraged. The efforts of the Adminisconclusive statistics regarding tho Na- tration were directed towards retional administration of public affairs vival of business conlidence IIow successful they have been under the different parties: entire Tho Itcpubllcan partv assumed tho control country can testify. The disastrous of National lUrairs on March i. 101, ami con- depression winch hung so over tinued in uninterrupted contiol of the judicial anil eiccutlve brnnches up to March i, the land. paValvzmg its industries and legislative up to March t. is:. 18s5. and of tho enterprise, has i,ecu removed and the tho bcplnniny of the i'ortj fourth Conn-ess- , sun of prosperity is shini ing in an unwhich first met in December, 1S73 T!ie Ilotie of Kcprescnttitlve3 has been Democnitic slnco clouded ky. Uhat fully,0 tu,.n. for I'oriy-fiftMarch , lS7."n dur.iiK' tho Senator Sherman to nsist' on the old. Tort) eighth mid h exploded falsehood that a Democratic ConjfrosKes, and was durConjtre's The Senate Administration is fatal to ing tho busines. - 1 bus been continuously Republican except durhere was a time when, like WV'ins. liijr ma cotnrress, wnen ttie Democrats hud a small majority. Tho oxeeutivo he might have found persons foolish branch passed into Democratic hands on hi ins wild predi"' March 4. Ib'S. The Fortv-rlrsCongresses, from March 4, ction. J hat time has passed and the nnd 1SG?. to March 4. 18:.", six jear. beln RepubAmerican people can never fooled lican in both the Houi-- nnd Senate, made the ;i"uiu nv liciiiiiiiicnn im.. be.'.....t.... appropriations for tho cxpeiiditiirtM of tho six- llseal j ears, 1ST1 to 1ST0, inotiMve. Tho Sherman s mventivppowcrsin political Forty-fiftand harangue are poor, indeed, when he Conpres-'csfrom March 4, 1S75, to March 4, un iu icsun iu siicn ridiculous stateHSl.&lx years with a Dvinocratu' House and ments as that Democratic Government Republican Senate, except in the Congress made apprupr.ations for the ex- is injurious to buincss. Albany Arqtis. ears 1S77 to 12, penditures for the alv cn-lort- ed L?$ to W ; Kort-foiift- h, 1'orty-slM- l'orty-ulnt- Torty-scvent- h t. I'ortv-secon- d Forty-thir- d "s" - Forty-fount- !, h Forty-sixt- , Forty-sixt- U h inclusive. Th? Cotifrress, Republican In both branches, made tho appropriations for tho expend, tun', in the fiscal years 1S.HJ and 14. The Forty-eightand Forty-nint- h Conffrc-e- . from March 4, lsst, Denioi-rnt'to March 4. in the House mid Republican in the Seante, made tho approForty-seventh c do-a- - h ! priations lor the lineal years 1SSS, lssj mi 1SS7. In tho comparisons I shall ;rivo I shall state the figures from the final olilclal records made 111 tho Treasury Dcpartimnt about the last of Aupust after the close ot the precediiiff fiscal year, and after nil tho expenditures for each fiscal year have Wen audited and determined, bolnj; the final record of net ordinary expenditures for such eiir. The net ordinary ovpenditures for the six fiscal years 1&71 to 1S70 during lull Republican t, control amounted to the sum of and for tho six fiscal years 1S77 to ISSi, wim a ueuiocrnxic nous", amounted to thus hit u reduction by a Democratic House ol f I'd :i47.ftVi :c. or an including tho savmi of expand. tures for pensions and interest on the public debt dining the two period, and wo still Inn n total saved by a Democratic House In six ears of $IuK! MSSJM.45. or un annual saving ol ?;i.l.t,,:K-J2is- . What wero the Hems of these large reduction or suvlnys.' The lecord shows them to be as follows: In civil and miscellaneous expenditure. In War Department. SMSl.tKI T.i; in Navy Department, ?13,S'i i'd ."7; tn In$l.U.so.i7.-459.5'.- !'. un-mi- $iV-.'4.'"'-.-- 'i, y tvin-mer- co seu-coa- st '. dian service, 6,17.;$tr,.ut; In premiums on loans and purchase of bonds, Sl$.H,4fi: in Interest on tho public debt, $10 These items shown an nsure-KRt- e J.'fl.Gfjy.iouiT gavlux of In six years under n Democrat c Hoiho. In what expenditure was there an excess sufItem of ficient to redueo this sum to $;5!,3i;.9'5:9? The excess of cxnenditures for pension to our country's woiiihIci and dlsubled heme and their widows and orphans dur.njr these six j ears of Democratic siipromucv In the Hoiec oer the expenditures for the same objects during' the s x preceding jcars of Republican control was r.s. tin exact sum iimViii' the reduction. Now compare the same cxjienditures for the fiscal j ears IkSI and IKSl under a Republican with those for the yeurs 1M and under u Democratic House and we find that the expenditures were for lss.1 and ltlvt KW.SH.&Sl s7, and exclu ve of pens un and Interest on ihe public debt were fi74.''54,OTO 14, nnd wero for IsSI and lvS "'.,li4,.t!7.ia, and exelus've of pens'otis nud inteiet on the public debt wero IiVJ,7uitf. Ci, thus showing an apparent reduct on in isss niid ini over mid lr! expendtur-so$.!:!,-'JIj11 19; but anIn total execs actual of expenditures, excludui" pons on and tnreret on the public debt of $2j.0XM';i s. not considering tho fact that there was no appropr.ation lor rivers and harbor for the tear Is! Now compare such expenditures for K3 nnd Is4 under a Republican Coua-reswltn thoso for the Ilcal jenrs 1S5 and 1SNJ under n Democratic House nffimi, and we havo for sk nnd ls4 f :. ri.:i.!4.:i 7 and excluding pensions and Interest 4.:t1.070 4l, and lor 5 and ls.s.5 J.'.c:.71U.u7'J.(:l. and. excluding , pension nnd inteie-t- , f2sLSB..VE.G.-thus ehowinirnn apparent sax in In lss.1 and lswi In total expenditures ot J.i.21.:.s 3ii; but excluding (tensions and interest, an excess of f 6,N2.4iil. which a caused Mrgely by appropriations In I.nn", for de:le encic not provided for in ist The Rppubl can press nnd lenders havo made a irroat clamor over the nlleired and pretended extravagance of the appropriation f(,r the fiscal 187, made by tho present Democratic jear House of the Forty-nintCongress at tho last s'SS.on. and have attempted to make the impression upon the people that the present Democratic Administration was extravagant nnd wasteful. Wo can never know what tho net ordinary expcnilltures for any fiscal year mav be until tho expenditures have nctua'ly been made, the jear ended and the bco'.s In the treasury clorod. Tne c.xpe-liturmny bo more or les than tho appropriations, nnd, ir more, the deUiciencus wilt during the ensuing session, be provided for Therelore, at this ieri"d in the fiscal car l&7, we can only take the appropriations nlrn.idy made, r a lu:s for comparison. Now. compare th- - ordinary expenditures for the fiscal year 1V4 under a lit po hi. can Congress with the upprwpr anon made at the last session for the present yiar ls7 The nggrcgate appropriation tor Its); are for all objects and purpoo. Now, deduct from this aggregate the e eral approrv ojwth-tion- s priations not tneiaeut ' the nev-csof the Government and not made in s4 nud not ordinary in ilic r character, a follows for paying Alabama award j.7o0.iiHV 8 0 Oi; excess of pens'on For n new navy, H4; ftjr ritcrsand harbors, overlSW. not appropriated for in l.i. 5H.47:i.lO l. Now. deduct the-- e siiiih. amounting to from the total appropdittions and we have SSSUrii.ff.r.'.'i;. Deduct the samo from the nnt ordinary expenditures of WM, when wero f'41.1z6,it4.3T, and we have the sum of $2Sa?3!,-'uI-t,,- l a the aving or reduction bv tho appropriations fur 1S7 over t.s4. This clcar'y shows the faM:v or tho Republ can clamor and the net ual economy of the presIn tins calculation no ent Adminls-mitonaccount has been taken of the intere-- t on tho , publ cdobt. which i Gradually being nnd w. II bo less this car than in 1!S1 Making proper reduction for the decreased and we will still have a paving of near f HfidOSrO Thus the record- - show n reduction, a saving In the ordinary expend. tures of the Government in the enormous .sum of oxer SI70,0tO.(V by the Democratic House o Representatives, and establish the Democratic principle "economy lu the public expenso that labor may be lightly burdened." ) Von-irre- I! -- f OF MORALITY. Attitude or tlie ltcniibUcan Toward the O'lmmplnn of the .,pnll Policy In 1K and Their Virtnon Indignation Oier 1'rcscnt Democratic Aluisc In IKSl "the party of moral ideas" appealed for popular support on tho ground that it was the only partv which could b.e trusted to enforce reform. In order that no doubt might be left as to the attitudo on this question which Mr., Ulaino occupied, ho proceeded to an object-lesso- n as to the relation which niember; of the civil sen ice should hold towards part politics, lit started from his homo on a long electioneering tour, which consumed several weeks and carried himlover a large part of the country. Ho took on this long tour, him with as political attendant, to rentier him all manner of personal ktvicc. the postmater of Augusta, who wa paid a larjre salary by taxes raised from the people'of both parties for discharging the duties of that office. He called to his aid the United State District Atof New torney for the Eastern York, and the occupant of that judicial branch ol" tho Federal tJavcrntnent abandoned hispot to deliver! series of stump xpeeehes, jn which he. virulently assailed the man who was ihen likely soon to lie, and who shortly after really was. his ollieialsnperio.'as head of tho Government. lie eonmended the zeal of the Commissioner. of a mail who had been unpointed by Garfield three years before jolely on the ground of partisan scrviee in the campaign of lSo when this Commissioner left a bureau in which the work was shamefully bchmdhnnd.'.and devoted weeks which he owed to the public service to the management of the Republican campaign in Ohio, then Civil-Service THE PARTY ris&aV5-srcn-tr- y di-tri- ct ns 1S-- I an "October State.' Not only did Sir. ttlainc thus roti-tut- e the" civil service of the whole people to the advantage of one paitiial partv, but it was notorious that Mich partisan abuse of official position was the surest road to bis favor should ho become President. The couduct of Postmaster Man ley. District Attorney Tenney and Pension Commissioner h e ?!-7i!.57'.- insured their prompt di.mi.ssi, yet every body knew that they not ail' incurred no danger of that jut penalty in case of Mr. Maine's election, but, on the contrary, were taking the best course to secure their promotion to Moreover, it was higher positions. made known to all Federal officials that it was at the risk of losing their places in ease of success that thy refused to do any i:)i!i" service lcquircd of them, and lLwas notorious that a black lit was made of clerks at Washington who failed to display proper activity in the campaign and who were to be decapitated a.s Dudley in tho fall of 185-- 1 should have s soon as Mr. Islaine eame in. lS-StJ fAJ.04.-V.U7- . red-iced- A BLIND ll No Ono So See Sherman's ISmlncss. .Statement That thw Democratic Administration Has I'ara-ljzc- d PARTISAN. Kllnd a lie WUn Will Not light-hous- e. hol-lown- Men coming out of that man's store say: "If there ever was a Christian trader, that is one." Stern integrity kept the books and waited on the customers. Light from the future world Hashed through tho show windows. Wrath never stamped that floor, nor did sly dishonor cover up imperfections in goods. Love to God and lovo to men were the principles that ruled in the Store of that Christian trader. Some day the shutters arc not let down from tho storo xvindow nnd the bars aro not taken from the door; men pass along, and stop, and stare, and go up to read a card on the door which announces: "Closed on account? of tho death of one of the firm." That death it is talked in commercial circles that a good man has gone. Boards of trade pass resolutions of sympathy, and churches of Christ pray: "Help, Lord for tho Godly manceaseth." He has made Ins last bargain; he has suffered his last loss; he has ached with his last fatigue; the result of his Christian industry will bless his children after ho is dead, and bequests to tho Kingdom of God will' gather many sons Into glory. Everlasting rewards iu place of business disciplinol There "the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest." av.Mui.E love,' and" not .proud science, Senator Sherman is an example of tho extremes to which partisan rancor will lead a man of abundant experience in public affairs. Forty car. of public life should equip him with judgment capable of discerning the drift of popular sentiment, and the new condition of things which has come about in this country. Such an experience should alo have taught him the folly of making such an. assertion as that uttered at Portsmouth, in his own State, when he stated that distrust mid want of confidence on the part of every business man, farmer and laborer, followed the election of PresiTo this monstrous dent Cleveland. statement he added another equally devoid of truth, that the election of a Democratic President produced a steady fall ot prices, and the deterioration of industries which were once flourishing. Of all issues that could be manufactured by a Republican orator, this is the most riuictilous-Tlia- t of the bloody shirt is sensible in comparison. At a time when the land is reverberating with the din of awakened industry, when from all sides comes the welcome intelligence of a business revival, such as the country has not experienced for years, when manufacturers and traders are at their wit's end to supply the upon them, when the signs of prosperit3 arc daily multiplying, such an assertion as that made by benator Sherman at a public meeting can only be regarded as the climax of stupidity. Of course, it can not be imagined for a moment that he believed what ho so gravely announced to his hearers, for d in he is too sagacious and all that relates to the general business of the country not to recognize the real state of affairs. If he desired to deceive his hearers for a partisan purpose, which is the other horn of the dilemma in which he voluntarily placed himself, a man of his ability and experienco should know better than to attempt deception on a subject which was as well known to every man in the audience as to him. The revival of business was looked for too long not to be felt in every part of the country when it arrived." Senator Sherman should remember that predictions which did service before the election of a Democratic President, of disasters and outrages as the rcMilf of such an election, are calculated to do cisrs injury than benciic to the Republican party at the present time. The people of the country have before' them tho record of eighteen months of DomocrnUo Administration -- it seems In tho autumn of incredible that in the autumn of 1SS t a great political party presented a candidate for tho Presidency who made such open proclamation of his contempt for ( reform and of his purpose to "have no nonsense" about his Administration in case of his election. If Federal officials under a noy1'." not It is enthusiasm str'ni that Democratic President were to bo guilty which Mr Warner displays tho Ins appreciin of such shameless abuse of official trust ation of Lis own remedy, which restored now, the Administration could not him to health when tho doctors raid ho hvo six stand up for a day under the volume could not nnd that months, should becomo tho entire world should infectious of just criticism which the misconduct pay tnbuto to its power. For as Mr. Warwould provoke. Yet two years ago no ner Rays, tho sales aro constantly increasadvertising is Republican organ raised e; en a faint ing, w'uilo tho constantly diminishing. This spoaks volprotest against Mr. Maine's conduct. umes in praiso of tho oxtraordinnry merits That eveu the mildest abuse of powof his pzeparations. er by a Federal official is now visited with public eensuro constitutes the SoMHonosavs: "Money is close." Grab surest proof that reform idoas have it thou. Vno ll.ivm Xeir. made wonderful progress. Rut the " What Is Woman' Worth"? Republican newspapers which kept si- asked n fair damsol of a crusty old bachlence under the performances of their elor. Ho did not know, so sho Mud: ' W. own party and their own candidate two O. man" (doublo vou. O muni. lint n woman feels it disease has inyears ago show a rare quality of im- vaded horworth littlo is daily sapping her system pudence in their criticisms upon Dam- - strength. For nil and female weaknesses, Dr. ocratic officials under Mr. Cleveland It. V. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" for less llagrant offenses now. The stands unrivnlod. It euros tho complaint up tho system. Send people have a keen scent for hypoeriy, and builds for pamplilot to World's lo centsy Dispon-snrin stamps and they rate at its proper value the Medical Association, CG3 Muiii Stroot, present virtuous attitude on the ques- Buffalo, N. Y. tion of interference in polities bj" Fedaro tho host pnpor currency. eral officials of Republican organs J'hiladclphui Xorth American. which sustained the champion of the spoils policy in 18S1 and are now clamA uniform nnd nnturnl result is by using Buckingham's Dyo for tho oring for his renomination as tho best exponent of their party in 18SS. X. Whiskers. For n slight cold, n hacking cough, or al-mivil-Servi- cc now-sipnpa- nbroad, said to our reporter, that tho thing that impressed him most of all was the number of holidays onoeucounters abroud and tho little anxiety tho peoplo display in tno conduct of business alTairi "Hen boast here, "' ho said, "that they work for yonrs without a day off; in Europe that would bo considered a crime." Mr. II. II. AVnrner, who wa3 present nt tho timo.said: "Tins is the tirst summer ia years that I havo not scent on tho water, lifon too busy " " Then, 1 suppose you havo been advertising extensively 1" "otatnlL Wo havo always heretofore closed our laboratory dunnc; July, Aurust nnd September, but this fcummor wo havo kept it running day nnd night to supply thodomnud, which has been three times greater than over boforo in our history nt this season." "Hotvdo you account for thisl" "Tho increaso has como from tho universal recognition of Vie czediciics of our preparations- - Wo hnvo boen nonrly ten years before tho public nnd tho sales are cuiLstantly increasing while our nowspaper nJvortising is cumtimUy cimwAi. Why, scientilic nnd hih publicly concedemedical authorities, now that our Warner's euro is tho only scientific spocillc for safo kidney nnd liver disones and for all the many diseases caused by them." 'Ifavo you evidence, of thisl" "Abundance! Only a fow weeks ago Dr. J. L. Stephens, of Lebanon, Ohio, a specialint for tho euro of narcotic, etc. habits told mo that a number of eminent scientific medical men hud been experimenting for years, testing nnd analyzing all known remedies for the kidneys and livor, for, as you may bo aware, tho oxces-;.iv- o uso of nil narcotics and btimulants destroys thoso organs, nud until they can bo restored to health tno habits can not bo broken up I Among tho investigators were such men as J. M. llull. if. 1)., President of tho Stnto Board of Health of Iowa, and Alexander Noil, iL !., Profossor of HurKcry In tho colloo of Physicinus nnd SurKoona and president of tha Acndoiny o Mc.licino ut Culuiubui. who, attvr inquiry, reported thut thero wai no remedy known to schools or to inqnlr" equal to Warner's s:ifo euro I" "Ar- many jxtsoiis addicted to tho uso of do dry drugs,!'' "T" ro nro forty millions of peoplo in tho VTld who uso opium alone, nnd thero nro many huuJreiLj ot thousiuids in this coun ry who nro victims of morphine, ophii, quiiimo nud cocaine. Thoy think tney havo no sucu naoit nuoutiuein so many peoplo nro unconscious victims o thoso habits. Thoy havo pains nnd symptoms of what thoy call m.ilnria nnd other diseases, when in reality it is tho demand in tho systum for thcsi terriblo drugs, a demand thnt is cnusud largely by physicians' prescriptions which contain so many dangerous drugs, and strong spirits, and ono that must bo answered or silenced in tho kidneys and liver ty what Ur. Stephens buys is tho only kidney and livor specific, llo also says that moderate opium nud other drug enters, if thoy sustain tho kidnoy und liver igor with that groat remedy, can keep up thoso habits m moderation." " Well does not this dlscovory givo you a new revelation of tho power of sufo cure." "No, sir; for yean I havo triol to convince tho public thnt war-- a!l the duea of the hum u t'jsti m oiiiuutein soi: o disorder of tho kidneys or lively and benco I hnvo logically declared tuat if our specific wero used, over ninety per cont. of these uilmouts would disappear. Tho livr nnd kiduoys seem to absorb thoso poisons from tho blood and becomo depraved and diseased." "When thoso eminent authorities thus publicly admit that thero is no remedy liko ours to onablo tho kidneys nud liver to throw off tho frightful offuctsof nil deadly drugs nnd excessive uso of stimulants it is nu admission of its power ni great ns nny ono couid deiro; for if through it influence nluno tho opium, morphine, quinine, cocaiuo nnd liquor habits can bo overcome, what higher testimonial of its speciflo power could bo nskod for 1" "You really beUevo then, Mr. Warner, that the majority of diseases como from kidnoy and liver complaints.'" "Idol When you seo a person moping and groveling about, half dead nnd lialf alive, year after year, you niuy suivly put him down as having somo kidney and liver trouble." "Tho other day I was talking with Dr. Fowler, tho eminent oculist of this city, who said that half tho patients who camo to him for oyo treatment wore allucted by advanced kidney disua.s. Now many peoplo wonder why in middle l:fo sight becomes so poor. A thorough courso of treatment with Warner's safo euro is cyo what they need moro than a glasses Tho kidney p.ison in tho blood nlways nttacks tho weakest part of tho ; with tho body; with somo it others tlu tuat; with others tho tl'oi uich or tho Inii'jt, or rheumatic disorder follows and luuratyia tears them to pieces, or they loso of taite, smitl or becomo impo'ini the inotur fun'tions of tho lody. What man would not givo his all to havo tho vigor of you'll nt command!" "Tho intelligent physician knows thai these complaints nro 'but symptoms; they cro not tho uisorder, nnd they cro symptoms not of disnaso of tho head, the oyo or stomach, or of virility, uocessurilv, bus of tho kidnoy poison in tho blood nnd they may prevail and no pain occur in tho kid- Rochester, .Y. 1", A gentleman who has spent tho summer rost-Erprcs- s. DANGEROUS DRUGS. ComSlit. G. E. Reaudon, Baltimore, Md., to Control Kircctually All Sucli Ilor-- missioner of Deeds for all tho States, riblo Habits. for a long time with rheumatism OU sui-fer- wnich yielded promptly to St Jacobs JACOBS OH FOR RHEUMATISM. MASVELOUS EXPERIENCES. Suffered 30 Wars and Cured. New Ulooraflcld, Perry Co., la. t a. 'Bform you ot a most mlracnloui ..... marvelous circumstance. For more than thirty yean I tave utnictctl tlh rheu-?,.- ! HPur UNSTRCUEUi CONQUERED business. New The violinist is -- Judge, always up to his chin U . . apolis. Beginning Sunday. October 31, 1556, s 2twTasl Line to St. Faul nnd Minneapolis was opened from Chicago, Pooria nud St Louis, via the "Burlington Route" Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Itailroart in Chiconnection with tho cago, Burlington &: Northorn Kailroad. Over it a double scrvico of through trains wilt bo rati, making as fast til ica is mndo over any other lino between tha same points. ForticketSj rates and geniral information concerning tho "newm lino"' to St Faul and Minneapolis, via tha Burlington Rout, call on or address any Railroad Ticket Agent or Pail Moiiton, G. F. nud uewly-coaiploto- last Lino to St. Faul and Minne- iu. WAYNE'! Ix-c- d tfcal from mynome iu Hie ocice. onlyfor lew to pet away. step a i.ss 10 resort lo the use of morphine to at nUhl; Irent hundreds ot dolfenre different lars with pnytlclans and tried every kecarn remedy wlitout rtcrlvlnz any benefit Wbatever. live years aso, I . try bt. 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Use dv urucuLs. in time, r "riP11 r i rei'y.jUCT-.v..t.- s : lSt" I P. 0. CURTISS. Price, $1.25. enter-talniuir bn btlr SOMO GARPENTERS Ad-dre- ss i ol mead it. Farmers. Batchers and others OflUJ CII tTDC uo our J.ATB MAICi: of CJiJ I IW.IIU to tile Hand, Kip, Butcher. Buck. Prnnini? and aL kinds of Saws, so they cut better than ever. Two "llers f reo for $1 Illustrated circulars TOKC K. BOTH & BBO., Xrvr UxiulU), l'cm:. X.i MLi I Mr. Curti'r. rrboso Guitar Method has long been r standanl, docs real service to tho lovers of cood musical homo, by tills thoroughly rood und instructor. Xo lc than tjdiaCTams lllus- trate tho positions of the tinners. Simple explanations and very sweet vocal and Instrumental niti;u till a IhhiW, rrhicli Is destined to niako the elecunt modern BaXJO still more appreciated nnd popular. Genuine has abo-r- Trade Mark and emssnl rrvi line on wrapper. Tuke noolhci. Madecnhrby llllOlV.V tUKMltAl. CO., HALTIMOKIMO. iJ'-- n J'L' ' ' L 'JfL1 ' L' 8,"IF I A LIMITED OFFER. GREAT GHANGE! 1 m ithiMit premium if Bub.crtbo-- for br Sovcmbcr. isstx ami jRnnarjr. is?;- - "tho t'licapo-- t end Bet Weekly in the World." Sp8ge. 4S toWil-umnl'i year1 old Kor One Dollar- - yon hare onn Dollar rhoico from over 1.7) different Volume. OOOtn'.ujpp.. ondpaiitT uno year postpaid. Hook posiHm.--. lie KTtra. ffljlii) bookciven 1 jjw Without away. AmoiiK them aro Ijtwyer: KamHyCycloiMsIla, FarmCyclOcdla. Kanner'nd StocCbrerders uuide. Coramo i tenf o in Poultry Yard. .World ryclrxs1la(npreat book Donnelvm's (Mcilu-nlCounselor lloyV UiIuI rjstimc". Kivo Yenr Before tho S!at. I'eople IIltory of Tnlted estates. VniTeral History of all Nations; Popular .History Civil War (both jidcsi. r Any o.vn book and papor. onoyear.3ll ttl.l.'onlv 1'appraloneft.lc.. If ubcnbedfcrby :n."lS!7. on books Satisfaction cuaranleed January nnd Weekly, or money refunded. Kcference lion, Clt. 1'AltsnVs.MnyorR.Kliester SanipInpjpora,3c. iri'KAI. SlOMi: CO., (l.lmlle.I.. . I American ICurul l)oc(Viibor. 3t3 TlptIon to tho VSntS Homo. UochftPr. Weekly K Y. CC AnlGTEREOPTICO;iS. !1 irtoes. Vlcrs iSctust-la- r ercry rH.Jt for PUaUC EXHI3I7IONS,. A prtXille k'Mintl 9r a nan sk jus.I Cffjo.41. A1m cBsem-s- i. iai-rn- t lor iicms ui xx lsuiccdv jrt. MCALLISTER, ivucua. 40 Nassau St., N. Y. iMaalSaMiHffliKl FACE, HANDS, FEET, Jfolds tho field acaint all comers as tbo chief book lor slneinc classes in KsivT. :ood mulc tarred and CO ct;., JO ier dozen. Song creetlncC) cts.) for HiK3 Schools; Sons (.V) cts.) or rsons Iteader (Book 1. .71 cts.. Hells iT) cts.) for Common schools, and Ocmi Book II. lur I.ltlle Mnjrn (o0 cts. fi per dor.) form a complete sot for music teachlnx In cuools. THE ROYAI SZSTGER s, Cloth-Houn- d and all their iaiprifecttona. Incladinir Facial IferclOiXDcnt. Hair ana hcain. huner- e .tL- - Bueua Hair, lUrth Marts. Moles. Wart. 5sA sloth. rccls. I'.cd bet. Acr.e. ClacK 1'ca.U. Scars. IIBlnir andthelr tratmnt. Vafeend felUTTocitsrj, S 7 10o.;orUckctMees,4thrdltlop. Dr. J. X. l'carl St..Aloanjr, J..Y lit Vd UZX -- Rifts.) Tenney and Hoffman. Is the newest book lor Sunday Schools, superior collection. In press and nearly ready Anthem ori'rals. songs or proivhse, PIANO CXASSICS, Is T'"...- - t- - ...inn. Cora year' Hocheter. K Y. On.VTI.V3t Floor nd c:?rn in the lti 33tA.IV 3D JVZXXjXj (F. Wilson's l'atent). lOO per cent. mnremde In keeDinnonl- ry. Also 1'OWKIt 2II1.I.S atd 'AIt5C FHHD MILl.H. cireotam and Testimonials seat en application. AVTi.NO. i:iZO.,atoa,Xu. &KIllCw RHINO your own Bene, OIIIIIU ifc.iUOyslcrKheHa. (fLOO) a great favorite with Rood pianists. GGOXS MAILED FCR RETAIL PRICE. OLIVER C IL IXTSOX DITSON & CO., BOSTON. & Co.. SOT Broadway, Xew York. .EJS ANTI-BILIOU- HUtrt NEWsr-APEu- s S "73r Id WfiHTTn toseiixovKF.TY nro J1A111.J:? nnd IIUU I'ATTlMt.Ny. tor r.ialinK j 2 Tidies, llwids. pro-educ- 1". J'ost. en-ti- ro NEWSPAPER PICKINGS. The man who puts his linger on James G. Maine and iinds him there during the next two jears is goinjr to be a very smart person. Maine is a smart man himself. Chicago Herald. Tim break of day was not causad by the fall of night. The rumor that Mahone will retire from politics with the expiration of his Oxtoen Ccp.e. Throat, lung, nervous disterm in tho United States Senator's eases. Hook frer. Dr. Happen, Ciucinuatl,0. doubtless unfounded. Though shorn one Ir of political power, the renegade will, would b were nil of Boston opinion there Courier. no betting. in all probability, remain in the arena until after the November election of Use tho groat specific for "cold in head" 1887, when a new Legislature is to be and catarrh Dr. Sago's Cntairh Kennedy. chosen. lie will make a desperate efBluebeard's trado evidently was that of fort to carry the Legislature and have Hartford Sunday limes. himself elected to the Senate to succeed Riddlehergcr. After his defeat then If afflicted with Soro Eyes usoDr. Isaao Mahone will bid farewell to all his am- Thompson's Eye Water. Druggistsscll it. 25c cballe-hanger. lung troubles, take Ayer's Cherry l'octoral. A MAN does not need to own a railroad to loso a train. Lovcll Citizen. Send for Glenn's Sulphur Soap if troubled with nn eruption of tho skin. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye.Black or Brown.eOc. rile. Indication, eta I'ree f rora Jlcrcuryj eontilas only l"uro Vecetablo Iucredicnta. AReut C1IAS. X. CKITTKXTOX, XEW YOKE. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Kor I.trcr, PILLS, Mittens, etc forWl. CIBCU-1.AII- S KHKK. K. ItOSM Jt CO..TOt,KllO, U11IU. Uncs Floirer Supplies. !all '' r,lJl(..o.1 P 10 Colors. :oroii.e Work. S as Bend for onr ariaiis catalogues. Jicniluston Lnstra and re5JSvJ (CapcinE) ms ISaUala btreet, Cluelucntl. Ohio. Il'IPPIfAVV ItllllH.. Is the title of 1III.T. VF XEW HOOK. nowtIns printed. and vrhirli will boon b resdr forhisSllIhon of admirerx. Hels the OUUATEST lfOKHlIST llrinrf', his wnttnirs betntr read with dellKht by people all orcr the world. Nearly aw appropriate Illustrations will adorn this handsome folumo of CO(l ruures. lViee.elothandeold. f2 7V Advsneeordersard A(itT WAXTF.II KVKUYWIIKKE. Sssnd for terms, a. K. UlTIS to.. Pubs.. Chicago, III, KnglUh-epeak-in- s soll-ite- d. Bens bv Bill Nve. S60B by competent, men havlne a team, sotllnsthe JH.nurl Pfeam wa"her. CEI.B- KATCD KVEKYWHESE. Paraple on trlaL sjt.Louls.Mo. Particulars free. J. Woimi,Uoz $3,000; YEAR is bcins Sa, nno n Neuraliiia. edy known for HIiotimltiMn, hazo. nAckache, Weaknern, colds in tho chest ind all aires, liniments and lotions. ar absolutely lifeless, llewaro of imitations under similar soundincr names, such as Capsicum." "Capueln," " Caplclne," as they are utterly worthless and intended to deceiie. Ask o De.s'hov's j(M task so others. All di ?ist?. JOUN.SO.N. lroprieto. Xew York. SEABUKY HIGHEST AWARDS OF MEDALS IX" AMERICA ASD ECBOrE. The neatet. onickest. fafe? t and raot powrrftil remLum. 1'lrurisy. $m n WW l)m3&ttFmU tho ''lNlEHtlXEAK- Classics." Samide ttacu and Cata logue of schcol-Bookfree. C HeSllver 4 Sons, Xo. (C) 1102 Walnut Street. Philadelphia. Pa. irvs STUDY. at MU11T, uso AHD GREEK S CpDCT of tho P.O. nept. Onlyoooionthis kviiiii suojeci published. ITospectns IL feno guicxiy. muiMP uiiiiUL.'.iis rusE. CO., ClllCAGo. iX DAT1H Js CiiBIuC A. A.N.K.-- E. 1107 tka AdrertlaeoMnt ta A to 'ell onr decant rrhllo EXA- The mest unrshle and poonltr strn. DUcnunt to the trade. XATIOX ALLETTEP. )V0r.IvS. Cin, O. PCKTCKr'"1 WHEX pnoer. WKITlG tnte that jo'u ia i THE CHICAGO T.EDOi: I' tberrsrst HitistmtrU Family htory I'aprr In the United States. and costs subscribers only rSI.-i.1 j car. We Invito tLe public to compare, it with any 33 y Paper in tho country. Try It and save money. SaniploCopyl'KKK. Address O St-r- .50 ror sale by AcenU and Newsdealers gerjcrH7. de-ma- clear-sighte- bitious schemes. Richmond Slate. The Tribune publishes a "scath of General Mack, the ing review Commissioner of Pensions, by Colonel Dudley, his predecessor. Colonel Dud-lcomplains that the office as now conducted is "very little else than a political machine." Colonel Dudley, it will be remembered, is the man who forced President Gariield to discharge a most efficient Commissioner in order to give him the place, because he had carried Indiana for the Republicans in 1S30, and who distinguished himself in thocompaign of 1881 by abandoning his official duties to "run" the Repub lican canvass in Ohio. A. Y. Post. It was tho distinguished unfitness of the nominee of the Republican party for the Presidency iu 1881 that detracted from his standard thousands of conservative Republicans, and it was the peculiar fitness of the Democratic e' "Time flies." Let somebody elso tim3 thorn. We'ro too busy. jVb Opium in Tiso's Cure for Consumption. Curos whoro other remedies fail. -- c. ford Times. Moves in tho best society a fan. Hart- - LBDGl'R, T1U3 CailtJACiO Clilcuco, 111. 71 Xnmlsllii test., NOW SELL TI1E1II On tho E.VHY ratoof t:t.S,1 per month, up. 100 styles, R2 to RU). rieiidforCatalosuo with fullpartlculars.mailcd free. UNRIVALED ORGANS aystci-i- . payments HIKE at tho UPRIGHT PIANOS, Constructed on the new method of rtrinzlnz, on similar terms, bend for descriptive CataloKiie, mailed free. MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. Catarrh cTerytody. Is a complaint which affects nearlyblood, and Is moro or lcs. It orisinates In Impure spsraTatcd br taking cold. Disagrceablo Cow from offensive breath, tho nose, tickling In tbo throat, rlnclnRJindburst-In- c pain over end between tbo eyes, noises In the cars, aro tbo inoro common synip-tom- s. Catarrh is cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, TThlch strives directly nt tbo causo by rcmovlnz all Imparities from the blood. 1 bd catarrh nine years, and suffered terribly with It. Soon after I began to tako Hood's Sarsa- jt tak-jnparilla thocatarrh troubled meles.s end after three bottles 1 was entirely cured.'' Jaxk HiNEV.I-umbcrto- 400,000 Copies ready Nov. 10th of ths Boston, New York, Chicago. Ho Rope to Gut Otf Horses' Manes, Double Thanksgiving Number of the Sjh celebrated " .is.i-stt- i und JIRIUI.E Combined, can not ue tnppea oy any none, .samr.ieuaiierioany nartoi tne u. s. free, on receipt of tH. Soldbytll baaaiery, imruare anu iiarsn iieaicn. special aiscount to tin Trade. Of Send for Priee-I.ii- t J.C LlcuTCOt:K.ltochciter,N.Y nt iiai.T xd?Eiv " jCb nominee that brought the honorable dissidents straight into his camp. That the same two men arc to head the National armies in 1888 is a conclusion already reached, and with this view the lines arc already drawn in Massachusetts, and the Democrats have put at their head one of the young men of 183! who bolted from Blaine and supported Cleveland on the express ground of personal fitness to establish a pure Admiuiitrntion. 2?, 0. ricymmc. Clinton County. Ohio. catarrh Hood's "I haTe takendono tuo Sarsaparilla for pood. J a creat dealof and think it has recommend It to all within my reach. Hood's has been worth every thins to cc." I.UTUXU I- GUNS ' Our $15 Shot Gun now $10. 9.50. $15 DoaMnBfcechloader, hen. tcliauiipfuf llLttntHCULrrft. PowaiiCimuT.cTifo: SSTSaSS nt M's res to Jan. Please mention this Paper. Address I Companion Illustrated. Elegantly - ItOBBlXS. EastTbompson.Ct, Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by C. WE WANT YOUI employment to tery Iirra Mailed to any address for Tea. Cents. t HOOD Si CO.. Apothecaries, Lowell, H drarsists. II: six for 5. Prepare Mm. jj repre-eUi in ererr county. Palary fib per mon-and ezpeasc. or a commission on sales If pnfrrrcd. Ooodistapio. one buys. Ouint and parth nlars Free. STANDA1U) SILYEWWAllB CO, UOSIOX. 3IASa I. with $1.75, will include the Compasiox Now Subscriptions sent at once, -- BLANK BOOKS. Claclnsatl, Ohio every counWANTED In ilirewd,i.re- ilea; brave, II14USJLU3J ty, Gol Tst. nena SfgiJi,.;tTerTlce. U:i,'TfnllDitrtieaiiri. wwaaaa-aiiMi- 100 Doses One Dollar S5 Bitnim SArni ku uouit.uco.,uii.i. I)niInMiBQ0c!(abT UMIC Ml'DTi nvnsjciiLfrsinBviifliMSokiMBiSttflAlviJiiTi Secure IU Walnut Street. Vectlvn this paper when oricrioc. TO SS A DAT. Simples worth SI. SO FUEE. Llnesnotnndsrtliehorse'steet. Write But thsra frtm C T. WOOBKOW b CO, tion Is received to Jan. 1, 1887, and a full year from that date. This offer includes the Thanksgiving and Christmas Double Numbers. PERRY MASON FREE from the time the subscrip t j ft CO., 43 TmfIi Pint, Mm, Mm ssr 4 f ct. v. TO? $ 7V'' i-- - i . T - flrSSBe r iii" -. (ii-fllil) H a Za;yvW& HIm'1 JUi Ilk ilVllli) fH hupp m ira&t ,(iiiii,iv,fiB JST mwiiyjM ma.iurrjraMejBJKxaaJug'-j- :)l:c tuy bet mv, ami would Iresprcl tTnllv inform the public that 1 havo now ready for inspection anil sale, one of the With many thanks to mv numerous patron for psM f:iv re, l (?00Z)Sevcr brought to this fecWest and most complete Mock- - of STAPLEnnd EM 13 A I . I . FIRST-Ci W the newCtt hLl 1Kb iu all lines. My house is full to overflowing with GRAND HA RGAlSS. I propose to he Headquarter tor LOW PRICES XCYniiV of countrv. Th GOODS A 11 tion I don't ndverti.-e-. und DURABLE 'GOODS. Imihy articles at Low rncis to gull tl o public. I tlnWthpy have too much iiilclligcnep to be taken tn by such tracps rent built. I Setter rov&i.f.luu 1 am doing the largest business in Hickman, and I hope bv dealing honorably with mv customers, to merit their a Sew irorlhlcss, pttronage. Jvespeellully, 1 L. :iiitlg'(''nl.raenigall nm UA HIGKMAH CGTOIE3. ' The Union of Utligions. -- s;E.TfiriM 'i- ?5 sSiSt-'- , a total of ... .. icmc say Eve :mJ X'Uta ..:.! (Nuvei o! Ulittltr J 'i:istw. WI .i l,,,s i . .i. -- . ..i mow noted with n rii.Jt-raV "" 10 . i.lv. HICKMAN, KV. t i , .,(. IU ilcriM. of V c'tli'ik the above flmires ontitvly' iif .f'witu LMeai warmth: . . .i meMitorinl Vtm out . e- - - 35 STATJLS. I"TC Bn 'la - certainly tcH'cciit comment on the tXew "us piesentPU to tins convention Trustees are aulhiized hy law wr in; If ,j1 men, l3 ennrch meml.ers in ev-- j to assess and collect poll or cam ' iIh- ti.ial wil ,n.nf'tl Scientific Uieory how i.s :, Kcenue Law," wfcieli t tint TI.e G neral Ei ctions. of the "Ver on the ' er.v l,:llt of the United States, tatlOU tax ot not of pica: interest to the peojWf mole than two ' Utc miteIilviiJiii wre a race of "i nuts, re. DEILER l.N !lhe whole State, and , hhjSins. "iwuheriujr more than one thou- -- diiUiii'c; iipi niiiiiini mi fsirli nf i. bomethi like hia Eett J an'l Adam l.Mil . ttitli tint .,,.- ...o.ShVif.s fitt'd ot the hi.iltous and cler'f,u,..., ikii rlmt-o- . Rend m Italian and Americas MAai:i. who cr $- -. i..til IW. ..ji''-- , B'nrtioj. ' .Iiilil.T.i. Ti, llw ....... ,,n., c,.l.r.l ,.l ('S sj, ii" What could be clearer ! IU IJIU . ' vllllltl , ' aJ Ato 8 1 2 the iou monuments, TOMB ANH GRAVF ' Kiff the church to iln'isi' the (list '1'iiitfe.rfl , """"," IH.IIIMUtins' . !1A if proceeds of jJuiai kfciunciniN Win c?aij XcM hv mi iiii.Miiuii cm..u :ffiita1 tk STONES. housed tor jli- RSSrnn rill o,.!lm" I 1st and Adam 812, uould, ,lifU-AMotU028T rTrAVINO reeelr.d a fine lot of Amer . SIU' ayB t:- - trjffln, ami it.iian MmWe.Ump...' Si-- t ?l9 a" , V"1'! fO7lJia::uid I.AInlTTfUont ict ratio ,1HM1, &t. ,, deliaMi.- - . I.e. ofiicers fir 1 I K.liliT 'MinDinnraltti rci. 21 ; Jit 3ny Alpt'H i B Cnt? IItI Adam nml m2, E1CKKAN MARBLE WORKS' ! I:ao s"-mc- iti..,! t,'ed - t i iitif! 7rTr, ....:r.. 1 - - i EEn-S?a- 3 ! a . i3 .rtm-P.8oeiii8t- o "JlSV'fiiJSSL ,- MtZt t" 1 E2S3!SS2 f aESgaBaEa -- vrMX'i 1 1 Hll s ua S v XJST U& .ilt. I1..lf.Pi.lUlf Kv.-- ' ho--V House, com-- . ' ' "f teachers ov J so j?ffl.rM1II "' 4 that line democa tic iiiaui ami la!ty. , f (O. r t1 ll0 examined n.r.l of the Horiry.....1 ....;....;..!,. nil f n.i.r-jV- K: t r Y . I' , ....,-"...- . rpp I've c"iniiy. A kl I 1A 1:1. total, wvft2.uw. ,.f ...1. llM- mihio iuii-h'. b now uus propeu nau ncin 10 see ru ... - ..... i '" imii,i;11,r ..,., . house. 1II1UI ! R,.iim) III X j nivfrvbody U wron" ftcani. i'.t- i union- iu 11 iv r does not brinjr out its roosters ......:. i t.t.tt. T:.... I... .... ...,t t....;t ,. n,..l ...n-,.1- i i"- aw wun ."' -, mnu'raii inucumj sseu iinuer We invite the attention of the public to a careful inspection of our new 1 2 felt i ( .Alltl J IH(1 tll It"i II J,tt7 y e 8 I. 8 bnt tinny, and jirobabty ordersor this week, simply because as a assi following llie old We aiu Wlioletiile Headtiarter tor and in accord with each other. i ; to the for i, io omnani""- - in Stock of Fall and Winter Dry Good- -, Clothing, Boots, Slices, &c. Wo lir 1 if one dollar on on eh ili-- lit !i l;i deuioer.it there is nothing: special, "r.ulc of . 2 Tbortfore Adam G.'JO acres. was appointed. J 111s legal r The land fell confident in bating that it N by far the prcttic-- t and best selection liter til 1 ill--.. .1: ..:,... ... i f h- - S I, s 1 4 2 t 2 ly Hvc'h unit ly to crow over, now is there for ?7.'3,(i77. sohl. abouton .lanuaiy commission is iinitie 1111 uie -- . uimiiii. i.,.. 1 ;iiiiiuiissiiiii whereas ad CHSWIKl SH0S.S5 TO 11. ,. ,.,...(., ......i. we ever had, with prices as low a- - the same class of anything specially to cause demo 10.3S8G,.!. B. McKerrau, Sr., rt.. biMi-ip-letli ate Sl'.Ul. )ol apples ?pir'ts and a UUo number each only at I'.ictoiy .tin! ill jiil t flfli,rR Wiirtll np iilVMi.:.: ........ ...... , Wct Suit fiititiel. .. .I I .... rats to in any way feel o u acres ot a nnue ot .1" cii'ig.men ami nn men, . nun ... prosM'itv ui the clistnct,v. uhirli u prices; uUo the !isiS1532ZSSE5sasssssz: ttiLz&g&yEs&sMKmmmMmassm oyer (Tie general results turned . II bet about a cor ,&.-3- --a ?o7..")(J0. The horses. 11KJ in nam- sCJTB fi. Etwl 3i33a wi Superior Siotsb Sana, in the State elections. The , ,.,.,,,,, ,, ,,:,, ... n, i i.r uroou mares. eu Ljttf to tin tSESS2E212235SS je WJgP had a majority of 4:5 in the uuriroiiers, t'34'J.71(). leaving flljtiinlkt Wl fliio 1'WliltW t oiiIl ex- ihe bet in tin mirUft. W't uUo kd-ti llltO irrittiff lUWU-l- ll sold u MlfCtn.n ...- .. rtinatantlv n lund a the last (.Jongrc'-.s- , and the indications were mules, for hL'e Iiorses. etc.. 'end its researches and labors cotiiity supenntendent. .:. u, . "TTinMBBMIIIWI"BMi farm :..: r cart of Family (iroeciio, Coiitrctioiierie-- ' ,,MJ are that while, the Democrats hae to be sold afterwards, when the across the Atlanth ". ill wliull be HHKliifllor the nnn-liaa- ' , Kt'H very low for Fruit-"tiioli c will Our Stock ol Ladies and Misses Cloaks, i';in be told in any market. of imed gained seyeraliueinlieis the H tee us. llie cash, l'lc'isecalt Assessors books onlv show 100 the Christian bodies of America a site if needed, and erecting Jacket-- ! and Short Wrap.s, is of the beat class of GOODS, made in the have gained more, hut iinrscK and mares lot taxation at especially.' 2i t-- li O & SJ Q U A -- t latest I'er-ia- n le. Also some liuaiKomc new Market.--- . thereon and furnishing a school SA As we not enough to disturb the Demo- a ;:iti;iiimt .. - in .ii"i .: .. ui Tl.., t'N- - j. n.. ?iii,tii. iiir KKHUISENTATIVE OF TUE house adapted to tin wants of. i j out clean, last winter, the Stock now is all new, jtr tj k iz r?i K5 ua ?',.' s iJ and price- - remarkably the House. In cratic contiol of ll 1 tale owned Jersey cattle, hulls! the district and cannot be used for -1110M instances where the ltepuhii-c.-.nf- i AMEUiCiN, ilfeLMJd- 1 cows nae Saddlery aijd Harness low. JJenicmbcr we will ell as low as any hou-- e. the paMiieut of teachers, extend-Dr- . . have gained Congressmen it and no registered, and ...., tVl :,...,-- Gray suid at the conclusion of, , seen P report of what they IH nVHI'OI iE f.k has been through local Democrat- - brought, but the assessor's boohs ihe service that this moxemeut is Hi MIL t SOiSTS. ' . ueutui eviiftea diHienisious ainl not because of "" ;. Thev are authorized to levy nl ,,tiu x;,u,L,i "fc ?-- "'''" ?"""""""" tn Au.er--, anv test in iwrt stienth. For'1"," "'" Church r Pj'1? to J'1 ,ho PLUfpER & FAR R IS, ' i.u,:x,"".fi MOlW.lv uml poll for the L sta m'e .in in the i,uiii.s-iii, in. .inn sc tI0 mjtisiit-law, and demonstrates in a mariel- of the .J ,Pll.ftf J,icLon St, opposite Courier Offict VtaS Sr'f 1 """ "tV""? "" pub-- , ' ? "'!'" Kn:'s '" ""S raf' .urn ,U - - - AT. IflCKVA.V, ,m. flucure ,0tl,.p ,s S,.0pr pro lueu tut I , - , ter ia m run- i two e ,' sad , , law so endeut I c on the Church. i WfiLI. w'ctUmI r.tiHk "f RadU and U n"al.ties of the -while these memonahsts are tho , FOR PiTGHER S , , oU.rs of UtriH'-i")- . . dlMilctt.tiI Nw w.irk tuad to order aise "i, I t '!ll",!;,t:VOl,I,l ,e we" t0 KOt , c w a Prompt alitu'ion jiven o t,l,l.s far.c0,,wJ ,W,J,1 ,' ' lie "era s i do ' bpforc UC ,r,l,le- eleTtion held for V - i ur,.osc tll" ee-te. tl ; t hS k& S3j ' ! 2f P b? S2ST&S? K ft A open war on taiitr De, octs llt ' ! f.. m- . . ' -1" - R0 . . 1 en iioiivt'N 111 inu'f in .inn?- nun . in i(nii ' of any kind. ITc baa urt?-- l thetcrvire!' . t eAlitC ..... . .. .. t .. .. j.. .. . niimsiM iiniini - utMiiMti il? 111 i iincinrtti ovio UiC iuiiiitiit:. ui ti.....Ti.T places in the distrift .li.cfii da; k la -gams, in ietr loric Uity tl.e uf that welt knoxrn ao cx'elluiit itork- America at pre ions to such ! thin. And Hie people of kno i tlu cxac .a s a d iiis" amoi man. Uncle Hob t?arri-- , winch of lf i Democracy won the grandest po- vt of Thc KING-MAN-, a gnarotttee of good and faithful work. statements iikiy .IV, lit. I..VUI. , Ilk? in the notices thus puateil tle ikt.T,!,,. ITIi.ill IUIUJ t4 lllllll t t.Tt-t- l.l IIIIIQ V.1TII I til I "cjLnI'": Yonng Men's Christian Asso- shall state plaiuh and deflititey the apt2I ; . .. . .Manv of the oldest Democrats frit be,,eve linn uiv. vrf.iji.ai ciation throughout the country, the aiuoimt of poll i"d pii:pei - i e n i :;- D E A that when the Labor Ticket uoiniV' to the new Revenue law comes in embracing as a lehgious boil all tax to be voted on is.al tvr what Centaur Liniitiont is liie most j DemGeoige. a nated Mr. WLLUUKNo denominatioiis. is one manileKta the noudeti'til Pain-Cixrocrat, that it meant the sure de- the main from bleeders and own- tion. The Evangelistic Alliance purpose it is dwsircd. K ?vor!d h.is eier known. Tax itiouej raided in tb's ; feat of the legular Democratic ers of fancy hordes and of the at Nets- - York a ear ago, exhibitrich lands of the Uluegrass region., i enu not be used for ti oii'crpin. lisgywKTaffiKctggy-??nominee. Mr. Hewitt, and the elecThey oppose the new law because ing a desire for a lestoration of poso than that stated in t!.o no.i tion ot lo.osevelt,the Uepnbiiinn. nnitv of t'ne rhnrches. was anoth it piovides that their win;i.As. rcijuiu-to tic or tt!. : but Mr. Hewitt, the 't R. 1'I.VHMEi:. er. So was the Concress of' ts A' J j 11 1 CK MAP, nominee, won by 122,00. . This ' property shall be assessed at Churches last year, o other de- JyUIIIIER DOUGLAS, -(Cliiiwu Si met. Coiuun & CV OW biiuiil was a glorious victory for the De- somcihing like its fair value. J V v li.. I linv.- tl.- - 'ift lUfeer, an niaVf is inoxhiff specially In t nomination If the taxpayers of Kenttcky tin-- , mocracy. j wliUrr ami U'cad. i l.ir;;i r I ' a.v Ji r iV, Kt , i . ,9 Those who Iv'nn 4 I diicction, but we are all maniSnX with Ihe exception noted lilli he citv. l""reh ' v Uakerr in The Democrats held their own I...I-gne the new I'cumiiic law tin festl moing that way togither, ois. old manVnte is iJi o.l wt .. ! PMENTS 03 G3KS16NMENTS fiaii oft lmo-- nil ilif liui. Al-- I"e ' Hread in Xew Jersey and Connecticut, , ii.,. ,...,, f..;i1.,. snmo consciouslv and the main tier to sthe orcaki- - i out m i ; ..,-.,- , sv.t:ti Leoxinad.-- aid a ch' cv lal of 0m ; and gained heavily in Aiassaciiu- ;, ;ilet unconsciouslv. 1'n.dm-- il.ai miv le otwl ti.tioncrii The Church of momim-- to he the Ctntu itrewi ut WHIiurnV ' i,,', vfll1 ; . setts and ew Jiampsiine, and IVIM. ,.ome wil, be thp ,lgt bouV to n. the history of tl.e woiid. J:i .ilmeB .r .t.ra-- . W- - u maV-- . a t.ieme-eH- . . , still holds all the Soutiiern States, a..gl J ,i come iuto anvthiug of the kind, sm is,l0tiiUKh r;4.l, f..rauiat. . ... ... ..... H. ....... II. solidly, lliose who wish to study re- Oiruia-.j., CoiKswu.tinop!.. but the Old Catholics, or the GM i,. ct..t8o. , t( K. the rorecaste of the next Pres,-- j KOBKBT IWVWI.. cn.V. IrtVOtAS i forming bodies that are breaking Austria amUin a. I.i...u urv ... j , .. 4, iSU deiitia! election can read the signs j The Lexington Transc:.pt, re- - aWay trom the Papacy, aie readv tent u Ji & . itux a fr... ib ' right in the fiicts here K.atetl. DOUGLAS 13R03.. fernng to the opposition io ben- - for . , w r.etween them and reiviu the. Kh.i:i HiiMt' ! i !,:-- .; I ..ivf ecimsl porm.ii.entlv. ohi ot tin fiae-- ; wurkintn in tin Sti.tr, and v. ! jneKemoiicansgainedHiiei.u-,atorIeclc- , which is cropping out the Chinch (that includes the Kast, which i.e waSl auifl o:v)ckhy, in kc i' fui:; an. tin in Hi: :i pocia.t. svlvania, Ohio, Minnesota and the. in a few Kentucky newspapers. the K,,iBC0ni Church wherever do if her Oag were to uwr BAKKltY, JI..t'o I uill not Ik- - nndeisold, oeii in !:if;cr chief. a.es, uiu ineir gains , Eays : uesipn, UKtsTAUKANT fonndi there is already fully estab- - ii,e douie of Saint .m?.:...i. I;.- are an in out uepuuiican totates n he intends to be a cadtdate usju.d an intercommunion, and be- - fctin has nullified the t ! .;r. is.s 4 M.Ij IKlS'If uuiess uiey nave gaiiicci in inui-- , the parties who are m nasty ui ot- - twePII the Anlican and thc Greek Paris and Berlin, ohe bail; a f . ... .t .. ... . . ., ESfHS! Wi'l feeepn ana, which at present is not cer feriiig him their opposition v.ill Church the tendency is tapiuly tintruiv nceL on ii:c tii.i-- i acu. :.:oi . iv r- ttitnrv j v CnntVciionerie, vc- - a,, i ly tJnK.,?r.e-'- . L - BI1 4tnkCS S5S3 ' .t IhmI that he is the hardest man to showing tain j "S3! itaelf likewiso for inter has driven Piince AKxautlcr. of &U hi asSC CF ttcn timdoyed a firwi cl.is baker. Ooo.'s . . I. i I I"" C I Iivjb mem-er- s I llie Democrats lost iuuuii in oy iiiiuiii in iv(iiiii:h . It is thought that Dtiltenberg, from the throne ol all trpsli ao'il ue v, and it ill noi lie under tai of Congiess in nginia, two ;' lmtevor his faults or his lilUIb communion. tn ftitc ortlllitrv liilfl. iiilir:ii m iSlif I.sij. iliA tliillliU j.n jtme25 old. I.Alif.c ' IT IS THE SIMPLEST I in Illinois, three in Indiana, one if he hasaadeanv t.lC laCt ICifW5 tit i.i..inl:n i ti.il 1. .it I lift, firi.ii.v U..rli. ,..f..i; ("...I tr.liitiitiia ! IT IS TUB STcOXGrEST! ill Wisconsin, one in Iowa, five in .mains that lie is ihe rccopinzed frnm thoir hinthroii m Kurono. i nr hahl in uiicHt i., ihu flrain i.f: cjui;im!:oiu:r's Snlc. Ohio, one in New Jersey, two in leader of the Democratic nartv in ,i .. . MDST DCJRA3L"E t.:..u ... ; .!,- .(Corner of Jackaon and Kcntuckv Street.-.- ) . . .. t 10 lllSl. i, ?...... i? rest ot...l..s immnih mi AND THE THE . 4l. Fui.TtS ClltH IT till KT, Kj.SICCS.Y- Kentucky, ttrittil twenty. j... ....o-- mo On..An.l.v I... iIia r.ri.niti n ,nn. . ,.,, Xni- - is lhlK BEST. ociiinu iiu ii.ia uiu '"" have made lli1lQ. ncce.';t iiouce tor the . H. A. Tyler, lMniniitl, a gam esteem and admiration of mem- - tinio th.. I"iiii.riii!il Clilircll has id,) (short life. The aged monarch it . t!i? only SM ft IV. M suHiusetts we inilXE in the ... I'.roi.gimut me, t.t Against 1. lA(i-I. n. .! Upniy. ... t.tjk .m,..ur, y.(- .... .. v, i v r.tl mat tmiiA e.,lIojnoi.e(1 to draw the minds ol was a waim personal Iriend of the .uersoi uie party lurwarti or It E nncb'B Adm'r xc, Upfis. Ha nMshiro ono iu Nebraska, one. bmted States, and is wortli imore, mtM, tt ., enBiHC,-atioi- i I mi! !.'i . u jo'.. ir r t'lti'iiK-of unh er- - grandfather of the present Czar, By vtrtneof ' J tulii'i.ent unit 0rdir ul in Coorado, one in I enmssce, to Kentucky in the United States s.,i ft in thc iii.i; fraternity. Jn lo3, ,,tl he will not co.ent to take Ciieult Court, or the e'ul-o,,, Minnesota, on in thr.-Lahtor.; Senate than any man we could in rt.s,u,!ise l0 a memorial signed np arms agaiust the Itoniaiioff-- . ilnreot, ISMi, ' TUS1' OIM5XKI), vi it!. new STOCK. on and out. Z'liie, stvliih IlKJS fir bire. hi the AHKsi , his place. ma. one in South Carom a. one tn b0lli 'io swin of four Theie is no i)Vmanv presbMers of this chinch, Lut the war cannot be long do-- . nbove in the J TnitJlSreatoiLihlc I'atrnn "v -olicitid , .onuiM-ticuttotal gam of t welve. reason why he should be retired, iulr teen Immlred and nfiy s s dollars i,e taken i.lN ed. VI.e leading statesmen and lhilt &'m,s , tib tr.tctCAl m (he The net loss, so far as indicated aud particularly is this true since 0 healthe unhappy divisions of thirty seven cent-1of Western iinrupc, with J C. WB.VUX, Agent, rate ot ( pfr cunt per .in tin in trout ihe; . we have by the ret urns, is eight. or the. ui,riMomlo . no better man o .lay of Hickman, Ky. mi to more fully de-- ; tfio sole exception of Uim of 1UJO until pai'l, "tnil sS7.s0 place, u nen a 111'lUl ...I" IIIOI e ,. tl.,i ,,tl,fli.. idivi (if till'! I.V.J ...... .. ili.l.,i'...n.n.l llftf I'ns. IhIiiII prjeeed to oiler for eule ' Tn the Kepnblican party there suitable man o tiers there will be ,.tm, ...j . ,.f n ,,.Kt .t (nnimission of ' hia shiil! at the noun house door, iu llickinnn, not tret nonsession of LOWER and LOWER. i a steadily growing demand to time to consider the situation. Ky., to the higheii bidder, sit pul.ltc mie 'bishops was appointed and em- - Constantinople, for they believe AU'itm-Uoj Oroeei . li!tns,'iilesl &c tion, on ' the 8th d.ty oi make Prohibition a political issue. powered to comer with too seer- - it would imaliy lead to the uomi- will no' be t.er. ISMi, at one o'clock, n. iu., or tliete & is probable that when the next j For H.tiMiteiiaiii dot i nor. al Christian bodies m our land nation of Russia over all Luiope j ns cheap as thc cheapest. It unJer-o- l JOHN WITTiNG. aljouts. (bitiif Cotiiily Court dui ) upon i. National Kepnblican Convention - ,i credit of ix nnd iwehe mot lha. ,he of promoting. The!Mediterranean,thcy fear.would ; The following is a list of names who MAKUFACTURCUS OF meets this feeling will dominate : prominently connected with the Godlywere desirous wn: a, following Mi-TH PPTI1RP union and concur-- : among then become a Kiibsun sea. W iien i I j IUUIJ ccr..v,n one hundred crcS o i.,.i lying; the puny. ofliee of Lieutenant Governor- all who loveU.eLoid Jesus Christ fthe war breaks out, Fiance will'.'1 " "l " com- - i0 the only country that will " " in sincerity and tiuth. This KhVooTcVe i OUK common school law makes t of Kentucky: forth ami ml- - probably side with Russia. T his UocIiah., ohm 0r the heirs mission loimally- set $ hi ft & rl K lottel to Mo...... James Y. Bryan, of Keulon. it the duty of district trustees to CI i . ,...n,l ,...,..11..!.! ...... I. ... .. ..,....., ltl. ,,.,...ib.iv.... Rill UiIVhUJ'S fw t& tlm tni. iiiXiV vIX i - J"?l - in Ole t. w t " i,,v ... w.. u.iiiiei ii,nrvi.r o.".v tin,). ,.. . i.. r II. W. Nelson of Campbell. ttii.iivi. riiiitiij ettcrrrnctiilimto ao rit;l-visit all poor and indigent chil- -' heen ihlimiK fit -i i r ncii Instil fir , mim! tlu w$&gmsm!&sz8&zs233ttTS&i io II. A. Tiler liv J. K ...... ...... .. v recommendations intemled t Frank S. Owens, of Mason. dren in their vrespective districts I !. rei:i :'.n Nittlirn I'ri'.Kiiicut Conley, and by sii-- II. A. Tyler to KowJoseph Gardner, of MagofiJn. jeomplish the great i i.d min view only reasons foi tnkiug it is to Al- -- A . :.r .. For the pin chase price, ihr and encourage ti em to a tend ... Chi cover the lost provinces of im..in.i- - eni Finch. it ,jr.-,- t...... - i.'.u..-.-i i. Van I. Young, of .Montgomery At the recent convention ,,, .l.'.t ., , : inl purcli.iier, nidi iipprme-ur. i N.rt Iii ml i T Ku .i . school by advisii g them and their ....! .... Ar. ....... uuuu, ............ ........ .... niea, Ulllal. VSfCII'U 1... .... surely or tecur-! it. .....: .. .. . i. rr v, . I' ..c.t.i.j; ic.i. tinfllCS iit1. .tllilltgail, Ot ."iCJUllv-.r. i'i...i .1... ii..i.i.i. ..711,1, il. v. up- - ...ili.- ..lit. iji.i i.iit.v ...1.1 1.1 i.t,.i.7'ii. imiflllnviit. I" llliir.m l.. i.tnut parents ;hat this is. tlielr privilege report on Cagaiany for the r from the dy i mie until paid,( JameBM!neklmniroNijebTdnliU-ttdintheianything whether thev and l.iVms the torccu..! et'ct of a judg- n,r. these four lematkable and Sedan and the surrender of Pans. Prank Woodford, of AdarTf ,, to wart Is tleiraying the expenses he Ictnre.ele.rly .r..v fn.m la. important declarations: imw, mc,. Uiddera vi illiIihc prepare 1 to com . .,.,,, .... pm-Utl. C J)V.v.lvi.l.ll. Ul o.iv-.w- . mil Wnh of the school or not. lrustees, , Supreme Court of Pennsyl- - tint Ln, r.-4 .tu.H.t nf JeiSjsoii. Tub ,HBer.,n. ,rgu V. L. Jackson. Jr., of i Our ciirnest desli c that ,ho viiihi . nujpi or cra..iu are you about the work ! If not, wi.-. .' mv ',. ' . ,; ,nU.,r.i.tnwciiB mi.f F. 0.0. J. W. Kca.l, of !'....., . .iai5 recently uiiivlicu a Master Saviors Jiraver. that we all lot us admonish you of your duty , verv 'np01111111 SI1IU mieresiing .7. W. Ogilvie, of McCiackcn. 1Bli , diy MeiMljnj6.."2 Mi,t,,.ubrWrywr.itw .batwi j , t unv iii "edih-Vlfllied- . with all kindiiess,abnt with ear """ that a purchase r,uS' BV ll T. Allen, of Caldwell. Frank ' l'onestness, knowing that to the)! 0. t by a corporation of the rights of LJr thuun j'jw . , . . . .. .... WMO VUnX iu which to secure fort Capital J poor the time :T? l?lieV. X,lal ?" i. Total amount lo be ratted a another Which were intended to b, ...i iH . ,.i, of v.iu,. ...:..., two 02,"J an education is too soon gone for iieen mny "jvpuzeti wiin "-- , destroy competition is void, by r""r "n" "T have ,r"": : S jp k U s Vote. 1:1 p. ' 3 one to be content with losing, if term he nanie of the Father and rvit,TC-y- ' nt UUeonstitntiona!ltv.ir'-V"rtviw.Vw.V OrOCCneS, but a day of that time.FOur Sh.'.i.tti t SciitiiiH of the Son and of the Holy Gho?t, T,,n rtCO . ill ,lt -f .,, , ..,,.,,.j ..""V, .:.. ya.s v . iw ouice iwx, t Towns iu Kentucky of the size are members of the Holy Catholic JUUl'Uj XXT Schools. by the Pennsylvania Railroad Com than tlie Lowest 25cts of Shelbyvillo arc beginning to Church pany of the franchise and properRi a I have no clerk expensas no store t eu The robbery of an Ad mis Ex- - realize that they, like cities, re vj "3. That m all things ot unman ty of a new competing line. and .tnd pay cnah for all toy Groci-riespress car on the St. Ltuis and San ouire eneiiry activity and push to ordering or human choice i elating ,.ourl below had laid down The HEALEH IS herefore can sell cs cheap as the cheap the Francisco railroad was so shrewd S'P up in ute great race lor to modes of worship and disci- - jfrindplo that the sale w.is intend-pline- , hfumU of Wittenhertr and Lon .i. In an lv execnled, that $50,000 wore trade and prosperity. t.ar Flour, 123 cents cheaper llinn he Iot DB-XJGS- , ? to traditional customs, or' to destroy a competing corpo-thi- s JOHN WiniNG. t without danger or trouble. change, wo notice the following in . church is ready, iu the spirit ration, and granted an injunction ASP The robber presented to the mos-- ; regard to Eiizabethtown, Ky: love and humility, to forego all forbidding tho transfer, the ease -AXD Liiie--- , Hool, and nil Kind - of . iteauzing tne vaiuo to he... dc- preferences of her own. sentrer in charge of thc car a clev- being appealed, tho Supreme r. ... PATENT ..,.,..... i,, v r. i iiit e A.. bar, lSinS Tackle and supplies at a gen JjlH. ii'itiii inn mi i!iii iii'fie ir.iTn. . l" iivJQ!liiSv-3- i xs9C liv crlv forgeu letter, I'iii . . . , . ilnoR tint (inp MltirniPfl till. nmniMti V thn of """ t, rn...i il.ln Supplied " A"'1 ' "aiu. Groceries and Family be from the manager at ji. .. iii, ' bethtown otters special induce- PHYSICAL AND SUfibEQN, Supports fAbdominal eral'y. ' "" ' i.,.l Ail.nr: t.iitiiniiiiiirittc. ' ' Imvni: introducing the bear er, Mr. Cum. iiients tor the location of such en- th . -- y ' "" ; KENTUCKY tilings, as anew employe who must te.pr.ses. The town will gIVo to .' u. i'AKTi.ow. HICKMAN, tell n PEDICINES FM' Tm:YGeorgian g00ll story of n J. P. GRAY. b" shown the meth ods ot work, i any ni.in wuo win estao iish n "", statesman, who South Serrices toS yrFERS his Professional Oner to discountenance . , He appears to have been a very manufactory that will employ as t ,0 ChaHeston in the olddavs tne citizens ot tticKman anu vimnnj. and general many as twenty.fivc hands, 00 8CJ,,,' cipable young man, and when Iu janlG-'8- 0 nnd stonned at a hotel. A waiter And pet your UlncVsmithiiis A.3ST1 ,. the course of business the safe m cash, a lot well located of three ' e . '" .,,:,. r.lirnn.rht out some shiimns. which itepatrms done at - acres to conduct such business " . door, wa opened ho quietly cov3T. GB A"? cS COS., H. A. & R. T- - TY LER o'red the messenger with a rcvol- - "on, and exempt hem from all mu-- , Cn,IAt,a". n i";L n ti.o l.o could. In a moment the waiter TOILET kRTICLESIp mamicsiauuu u. v,....o of Ob.on auJ Exchange Sirtelt ) . vr.- nnd. after . bindin rr, and frair, (' mcipal taxation ATTORNEYS AT LAW, j. , ,,". ...0...1.1 ie.il' IlllllU Hit.." . uic..., v.. V.V1- - ( Corner &tt33?-i.51s3SfffiWS vvecaunot voncniortlietrutu gmg him, went inrougu tne open . .. Xo . said , the Goorrinn.V EIvEl-IAlT- . rv -' '"--" J1ICKMAV, - - - KENTUCKY feSm35L& C5- AUf : enougt. io evidence 0rt1omlill.r, &c, &c".,-- &C. , Srt.2? , , at leisure. Then he swung of the above, but as it Ifas gme! "This is ...tl s're l ... liv.,.. .,vi....... i "Ir t &., &c i Good Work at Kock boltom Prices. Our It.ot rt.. tl.n Mliau.Uli "io ....., ft' sxr- "ti. &c, tevXt. we presume it is world, it SlJlivvTO mv, in.ik v.. ...v , o!T the train in safety. The mes- uncontradicted attend totll iiuu i..;. lave i rieu in... "uko ..,! nun l t'7" ILLtheir cire. biisln?ss entrusted ncialir.-townsenger was not found for two true. It spealcs volumes for that part of one Vt to yor .vouairbet yo a nd en ? fided at any hour of the day or ni: ht. King night bell after 10 ; f.".E Office Furniture Fjctury. bourn, having been locked in the a;.d displays, exactly, the, th-- rc exists f J0I1KF.C.R.VYSC ' or o'clock, iyi. nova-'ou erprineiMBgi like nest purpose towards the unity , car hv the obliging Mr. 0 Miiniogs. spirit Hiar20-t- i f AthjMla Cousiitulion. i r tq'''-i- a to see. Courier-Journareligious tl otijht.' ift it.cal complexion Filial own 11.1a uia.r . JJ ihe States iU de-picss- ,J Sr., and asa mattci ' ' , , f- ,,, 1 . le-ml- ;ISSCtSfiol,s -V .nnosit ,l0,kR'fi 't -'? Lt U the'T'11 , ;,-,.x "rT ,lh"and ' -'--'- tu. ,.: l.ovvc-- r ..t... , i.-- i., :- u -- x" t: i'r ov-.-l ., --,,,, d 'J itSlk ufticient ;V ibmk tbK boWcer, " that ' ."iJ. fr AJaro. 8:!!.'.- - 1 ?' v ";y . i,. J r j KrSQmflm . , S 1 I 1 1 !. :. llt-m- not n 2Jm I -- W I pr""P1,J , m ,vo sl. W 11 I ES j! lUUUl r IMA " . trx I - -. ' . : -l i,nrw I 1 CI-A- V sV Horr-iw- 1 1 u iK'pn-f.e.- i iiki'iiiiii-ii'iia-.iiaa(iBiim&-iaai.. .. , s m) ( s 1 w. N-i- Dem-oerat- H ... u-.i.- .. a. ......., , fvc-?-a--v--gTrc--r- r' s5c' " Zz0 I ""' -- c - , I .- L i 1 &. 1 a-i- ! fifgehi s-- i I i . nlRc:v n. ',.,?) e fr I u-a- '"T 'copa J. AMBEEG'S rvne," . T i .- Z ,..,' "i ,.,..,.,,. ?"!t 't'c. . 1 r 1 - VS2S. ? 1 1 .1 - - k1 -- n ERi 1 h A fct Vt fe rf.h l J fltlK 1 il-e- 1 " . t ! f . j 0. B. life-lon- g er 4 SHI i3 1 c high-price- d , I 2e liar. 4 ffarciware, 1 invare, SffilV him. Imu mimmW si. 1 ) I I. I I ! - ! ,i-,- .:n.. " c'-.i.- 't e , -- WlLI-UWi- ci?nin biUKi, .,..,., Royal . HI l 0 , ui--- r g kt . - 1 An-'hca- ae h o. I John tu-ntic- s iu-.- Ri,nerala-'.ortmfnto- k . ?- s Rl-S- - 4f- i- ! -- ni i I M&W tf I i ... e il'vu, ...,... I ..-.- t - "V y -- .. y ! . I 1 KEXTVCEY, -- tlin-u'i-iii- . S-l- e enu-1'- ', u' utlt , l' 'i . ,cr8 W. a. KINGMAN. octyQ-lSS- , o-- J ! f ie-- Mon-Uy- , 1 , . - HERTWECK, BALTZER CO. . i i . i 1 1 1 ,v-.i.- ..r-.iii- i fJ: UVi.i-rr;,.,;.- r-- 5 '& Wwy -. '- "Ifo iri . I - P ! 1 l - -- c rpr ! . h"haUmi7 ,. . .i -- ! ci'iirt-l'i-.- aulf-VSii- . -- .,. y w i Cummi-iMiier- ! . C ra3 . i' T ! Hickman. .Kentucky. DEALER ' ,1,51-1.1- -- 1 ,.. I , I ! ...... - A ! ; F. Loer ', W. COWGILL, ' , I ex-stol- en ( ti Groceries; AL-O- II.-W- I .Trusses ( i I . lit-ro- li J:. Jy.llr' i - - "' A -- Mi i ,i- 2 . 2? $-0- . -- ....... w- ; "'" r'Jr "''; '' O - j d A.iisr s -- ji-isr-- D t s J. ....... in i v.,; ., I Vr$$ f i.0 t'3: V - -- -- - fc Wk , W ! l. . - v, . t rj im-- n!?i ,H- - , StV-8 yC&2M?J 'A . i: w f i:, --. "t. IV -- r- LTM rtn I' t! VVT 4 " .a k (' Kvtoannwrvssm rrxf33C3i3a ' veIK i riwriri I'lini'i I iiinnw r in n i i 11 . 01IRBBBBS GOODS Department is fairly teeming: with Blight, Fresh Imported andj Domestic Novelties, such as were t never seen hero before. CORDUROYS, DIAGONALS, WIDE WALKS, SKRGBS. TIM COTS, vmn j - iifl i - Si. - - - - i"w J'JU JIJfJJi Hj I f 4ry lies! Has a handsomer stock of Goods been on exhibition than vre arc now showing on our counters. Anil never before have we seen greater rush than wc have hud for the past two weeks, while j233. 2? I .3 "ft O I5? TTIB O 3, 3. EJ? feL TIL m r - "7" SkJ. cr & r I T TH K A. H S V .A. C T T II .A. T KSS H THE T ST f s- T k-g- :- 3 l 123 dk HICSMABT AVb CLOAKS, x(o)x are showing a liandsomo ' oad jL &2 7ery fry Ctu CUStO r .rN.T,Vrir.rsirtj -i .- line of Ladies, Misses and Cliil dren's Cloaks, In all the latest Styles 'NEW MARKETS, ; i suoirr wiiAPS, JACKETS, HOJtESPUNS, CO.MUIXATLONS, i 8 & g ls39ii3a IP IN DIAGONALS, UOLTCLE silk stripes, Silks, Our stock is complete in every respect. S1 ! ha in lines. pleasure, to show snods. es Yrc invite each and all to call and examine our oods and &&& 1kJ nsp' ij 3f PriMy r?.i nricei. It is no r-- swf llO'if rv rtv--s - - s&2i? g a on AND CLOTH. We have already had a fine sale CLOAKS, and tho reason is that we have the Stles, and our prices are right. Don't fail to call and see our Wit A PS. trouble, but 4sVh Plnshes and Velvets. Plain, Striped and llrocaded. SMITH, ELLISON & CO. 3P j 0s SW fiftl Vi pf i i & K? fcj s ji A Si Hi HU Sa3Ej IflJa n -- m. i SMITH, ELLISON & CO. LOCAL KRWS. .McDowell wan o'oc.tod Senator in the Ohiou D'.strict ly frou? -- feTONE WINS, - 3:i:sj 'o:ii!iv -- nf LodgtMi. Stone. loft-ouietl- V J J N 1 V fnyce. Stone, 71; Turner, 20.' All the reports up to the hour t Ilicl man. Stm.e, 2VS2; Turner, ($aitt. ; A-- . liott 1 ,;,,. ; of going to G'.JO to S00 majority. press is favorable to I "... ," ,. to ' the election of Stono over Turner Pulton. Stone, 23S; Turner. 119. -- I here will he prcac ug llm AllT M.r.0n ailt of liv sl IIiajoriiy of from 300 to lt0U. ) ' Stone, a.j; Turner. morrow evening at btubbs school Xn of Tnriu--. eeiviug a hiilie lor hts xulo at an (iLORICL'8 best advised 55.LSi5; ne, Uend.-Sto0; Torn- - election or for his ser ices or in-- ! house, near friends conce le Stone's election or.Madrid 00. fluence in procuring a vote or' The SwitliWeU Kentucky but fix Stone's majority at about i o poIK-ope--ridge. C-- s votes al !in election, shall lie lined Medical Association rouvencs in U0, while Stone's friends claim CM' Sassafias from fifty to five hundred doilai-- . i , . the majority as iiiuch larger, I he HiclMuii. Tuebday, the !)th. kih-mj ,.,.. w, iuwui, .,. niiM ne exeiuueu iroai oiuee ;m . iUioi'Lm now 1'IIIT 111 llllll tHP lol .IBWiBBSH nlVTV rn A4A44rr An a r.n ir vi rj S if r.t ll J iVJ . u ' !Jont.v, k. .' .1 v tc J snffmgo. ' ? GoxernorofTeni8eebyugood nmjor.ty or b..i!u.riv ,1UMti, i oars ago ; A'JiTD round tnujonty. I in this county was Jt'O, which .,V PAirnril bpnefii ur"clviufii fffipuww.-.- - ik 1 ... - . 9J LVL l isr 3 jnesent or tutnre, to tho parl w. OUD, --The election. TueMhtv. pmu1 CnhKrcIl GS1 IoStone- il'Om OtfC )(4" pail tO S I ().)(; Han:uiJC - Un, ' UUA.NLELUMPANr OF NORTH AM EKIC.CscA'c., iiuenecd or intended to be inllu dl the ireitM-tut ur years ago Craeo's majori- - eucM, or U) ollolbl.r nt ,lla Ul. AXD TllK oi.c hnou (lown.it nit i. l??1!' Radios Cloaks, o.0(); to , uittendcn tMLjit yW ty over Turner in this county was OP the proniibe of BUcll It.. or Lsulics Misses and Chii- - Lmugston lhu, which was an otf year, and ?.,,, i.miMit r!r .ieiitMfri. I ic nc MCUl aQI P.I I '; ?iiTHAi 3(JS ...u uuw; 20c iu .SI. 00; j. ,.. Flannols, 4C1 7T.7" uuili .. l.i u ui ia ,v niu Z' drens Cloaks. 20 to Plain's, tl.ev Futon Stone's solo this rear show s a ", "W:" at H ICK. Wrug Store are overstocked and will give 3011 Hickman gain tn er the Gra.e vote oflS '. 1111(1 LiUilCS value given or lent, in wholeo; in UlUlorWOfir, IVoHl ft L .00 I Hero ' lo -, iv.MK si Uarlislc. . vnrr c.imll vtn ll'iri .11111. .lll'llllll Mil .,.. IIINIMI III GentS log i. . j I V IMM " -- v.w- ry.nt y. h? . i ;j j 0 1., v,,-!' 'ongliout the count:, the ' TiTT dcciion, or the prom;lee thereof; Now that the election , has i?ii:L, iw ni.vvfj oil iri lVl, i; v ;iiri r511 precinct polling the fullest vote. 1 . .. j . .. f 1 u with another that mica passed, let's turn our attention toj Stone's m lJnties. U) Cr The ilickmanpreei.ieiwhiel, poll- - orabet U0; lilllgliamS, ' . CHOIi. J CUIIn, TUK.vcn cou;rni:s cm .1." -t He more importnnt ihitv of build- na o for her , , . ....y-wv- . . . w Is" w.t ii h v . ji. i.. ....... 'o ; rii !;;' ' mg a. ollege at Hickman. date, and the gift or promise ofa "e t() UK-.- B2C11S ttllltS, j.OO tO JSoOAH); UVOl' rv'n J3g K !5:t za in nit ft.iss.iti.j8 Ki.jge s,ar( , nuv such bet made or to ,. . ' Z J frwl tt,.h-.,- . r,.n. ' Marshall ti, in,- 7 lhe 12 2o.(M); f-5- 7 Vv V7'''l''?l-ntwerV,'Tr,,;.oliall be deemed a bribe. bo made, a COniIolO llllC oatS, 2.00 iil!!ll,i"'11 dis7noi v Whoever shall recede mon- - IUn ". s" VjlHsOS i?j. iiv lv, CarttPts to Tennessee Tues.ln , ; 1 , '"S ;,u,,u.rt u,ri,lu t,nP 'Dt iir tl.er thinu8 of vaiuc, t In iuj.,,,.,,...!!!,,,.. f.i,Mi. McCiacken Wc t..ua..BUu.,.,.vaBu..tu.uw.. ..HxeN w,,.,i precuer iwo years nfecllo,- the purpose of pro. an., ""lritie utl e ra.Us of l'hun, MnliHtn nnd Fine FURNITURE, at grcntly re Eit))lb. m,on , i J ,ilh, diiwluncw. WVcir, i f.i.l lino Tt all times, nf Cliair. Korkers, nl.iin and initrbltf &tUfif S0L K IPve Stone L2 majority: The Ladies Mis.sioimrv Sn.-io- . fi i,.,!,,,.,...; rt v,.. ljr T....nr mmrtiii. aoliJaiuN. Wanlro!) , Pljamlvr Sct, Mattri"icl Sprijijri, &c ty ; of.tho M 13. Churi-l,- ; The8o" report lenvc S:o,m-3,01South, tu .Ue -'Wobl t 75e , 83.00;' CasillllCrCS, ' rice" to 1k the luicft. invest iiration ua. tlicrcfore ..... , . !" jhihimi. , , iu nu ;i Jiihaiouar xea. mis "' U'C l N with one """" W c imi'e uiir nm-sti- atiun af uurgooJi. We are l.enliiiarti'ra on ' ; ,7 beheved that it majority of th .... (FridaN) afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at Whot-ve- r s'JSi!l bn!,e lis S? .00.7 , WfllS : Tl'ICfl K SOU P SOW UM'P, . JUIGG, i .:...-.- . voting voted for Stone. ...".... ..it . the residence of Mr.N. f II. TT..i. 'ii,e pnnuty only polled & fl,,..,! Two .eara ago ww i! sell o0c: sola cise- rr0ji Ufiv to !. inn. trt-i- i ior Inml, to which all the Indies of the uot reported. . z .. .1 iii'iipi' (iiiiixi iii.- en ; lv u i . i ill's .i . w.... ........'I iiritmi.i.t i uouars, tin Mifirinnii it.. ,.,." Mciuiiy arc corur.uiy uiueu. i" anl iitip"iimti irom- wiisre for S1.25, wo soli for 81.00. j carrjini die t lurnor by nOO m.i could on a full poll mighty of V0,.!tM,e ttnte., u Hret line We Wooik-- and Metallic Durinl Case? of ntiv film in We,l Mr V.m Jv,u,,,, of jority and Stone still leads by east as many votes as tho whole P! nnd imi.rwoi.W or both r Tfiuieadfe or iliacount all coiuotitiott iu this line. Rep tiring and h'.iI be eieln-thGould system ei.g.iged m 1 ni.Of en n i ik tuboevnuct- - conniv f.ltl Hill, UUU. JL 1UI' ! SliniilgO lor front ofllfe ' . i pi ciumii.tiy si7.r..v i I -- KTESHEB fe IIAXWKLL. ,- .el that the piesent ivporis fro.n the extension of the Iron Moun- - llle .i.fferent counties are not ac Kdtarc Room-- t under City Hall. j,v-! v him 13 llV utrzat '. ,'"IS,te' a,,,d ,',.tei" ,rorm!,,," ,,,,,iy , J'nrsnnnt to adjournment, ti.e Mf OP uid of olUerSf ,j,al, h;rrfoh "t .1, V ri.l-- , J:1- inL"-."S riiltoii rouu- - brtaka;,on,rcei.t.rtottemi;t 8eve!al '"V- -'l LV"'""" t:i,a" r .,h 1: . v 111 1: im... ..... . MT1W1 t, . w i t Kill u'u.i. w :i lllllll' lV'M' j.i Illllf'SS fl . tC IiAlil nlnwl In it. .V.'iOIJl I'lllUll JHM1I Q OrC'UK U p i.r pieet.iiy quaii- !: ' wii IKU .11 ,ii ff vmi.i k. 11. L. ALEXANDKIt, Cash. II. BUCHANAN, 1. Peat. 11. T. TVLKK, Prest. ft fcftSV .!!vgg'8jp EA All infant child of M r. and exagger.itious are altogether in Heading Circle in the public fit., Xu ter i"im gixittg bin vote, 3feriH5; SJ6 Mrs. Thos. Can. that was &1 eepiitg Stone's favor, it can safely be, de- - house of II tele man, K., Sjiiurdav, ,j,sill i,t ii tied itoiu dttv to tive srr elect- - OeU o0, iu the same bed with it parents, pended upon that .Stone is Ihe Association vmn hundred dolhtrs, or itt.pu soded PA ML j was found dead -in the morninir,f ed by a very nice and safe, ma- - called .. to ortler by I'resideut W. not more than one ear. . ' . . II. isallard. at 2 p. in., a majority witli the indications that it had jnrit. mIio 14. A;iv person hall ot teachers not having arrived ,!1;1ke atir wilfully false state tfent. EE'MA3f. ICY, een accidentally Miiothercd to 0XTY, flEKff,, peSCOYf , KY., End t eath. until that hour. This oceuned this week; :iims-:t!uunder an o;ith dulv adtntuisteied n.rniia Opening exorcMOS eon farted ! nt mi eleetiou, hill be tonHitetl iu Lake county. , drusg :ist of vinelnter, W. W. lli.t.f8(,ture and Lfp constantly on hand, a full uppl of , Jwrites: "One of 50,000. The fVii Arl:uss :.ud Tev-;:- Ind . Lnni-- a Pike, Rnrlonin,my customer-- Juv - - - Hatcher mill Mis IS. i. in the penitentiary from one to Handohih Cu., niilroad it itiiasetneut an in Mr. uq. iV.itii Cllfitrr rifli (Titlwll ml). TottPV r.. It ... ... . ....... .....a. Ovejcars. Any person wiio th!l ROSEWOOD ANO WALNUT BURIAL CASES. METALLIC, Tn.l rf!... willt'uily proeuie another t make Ajfll- - , ,,, ..,i ..,,,. COII eSpHlK'OUt'O Wl ttl up 10 ne Iiv ner tiliV- - ed to their :i I'neS : .. ..:u.. wv v,ii.iu(uii.. iw,iu, itu.ju siniRns. r,ie jteiru i ur. jif;d e ....'..:..,. ticff fume T4temeut, slmil le conOwers lv tolf'sraiih or telephone will receive prompt attention Being regflferly organized and ready for btjine?, we respectfully olicit the patronags uur cJri . lit nee. ?. fiued in the pcnlteiltmry Oil.' 3 ear. U. iHillaru, f. A full line ot Ladsea' and lientV Burial HoUm on hand. Picture Fr.inie-ado to ol alt. All cut eel ions madt for dejiositors frets o chntge. Approved and bfgan to a coiincc.ioii at liickiiinn. and Discovery for V onleft Old Furniture roadt new Isi ix montW tiinehe !' Ttt.e. L. I). Mi.tiT, A. I'l. I ) t i pajicr riiMiiinjf three or four month's, discounted at ihe nitmifnetire t'annon'B rilcOiiUinent, Lint meut .,..,.,..... .....v ...v, i ...vv, .v. Iho injj it of me .... v.. , We fXM.il to handle I'nrnituie, l'uggies, i.c, ..! per. ana t. walked totlji.setty, a !...:.,.. mx ifd.' rate of per cent, per annum. riu May I iuu till Meiiicine. .v !; , u.e .on .Mountain - lly ;t Sale Majority . 38: Tnraor.J i V:' i'.rkicqi:? bsblsi'iibss. rsso Law nit iu 'rn sntj.ci. j, x. 1 wmmm minrnnr r J A fW1n pa J vy 3 V SA rFI mnnsv f1 pa R1 m . n l uisnnflT,p.riT.; r li .INSURANCE. LTiI n Ilu-kma- I. n. wi I TvTRF; J All MMIIE Vjf Fizraiara - VrSprt S ! . , to n.v " iJ at k LA1TDSUM & DAVIS, f A 1 11 t. - 11 TIMMTiSD av .- v h ," ,,;, iJIiinkts, .. FIjS TESTED. i. Sl.r() :C" ---- .wi, V Ilomv -- v -5 t ; -- - - T iv'. . .- - -- . iMk (in j-- . f ..-- . i- - ill r. 1 J.C . 1 'f';. I,.a.. tjJ to LJ,' -. T -, -- -oi. evi-nin-rb- v "rrf lc-it- to and a rv Jt-- n-()SJo- .. - i I cJrL" -.--- ., T'l 1'?d .,. . ?.. Oiiuv., ' Skirts, ,, to n, T,i;,, 12k' 1 is yi .Srr w i I - Inti-llisen- ..:.-.-.- .. i- "; 0, 1 c"-;n,0- "' nr . Je. ior i neots UNDERTAKERS GOODS "'K.i 1 ,,'-i' r 11 " 1 !- -. r 1 . '! L r.cir lvhn - l, ,T da, j o ' PLAUT BRO'S. &"JO. '. w l- Ti 1 Undertakers, UIOK (( V' 1 hK M 11 fi 1 MW s & Ke-I- s - u-- n CF5 'ra-i- i. CAPITAL, 1 -- Con-iimpti- s 1 1.. incur.m. la-o- :i,lll5s uewso m,lcl, improved she lim nttil ".-"- 'S ' "1,e t -- week. Tmi. itiin-iitttApr- . "iinft "ijdoved i work oat the route for the bnmeli mad from Hick- nan to Grosnoesnu the Iron Moun- liiu. butdl a. ihc latter pla.el.-.s- t Wednesday and cu'ercd upon be- duties. Tin dir-m.-e cinf rf,i2 i- - Trial Kitties at :. , G. A. I lol "" . ,0i''r s Tiie number ot jteusioners now ' l,0w fur " t,K u,lu ,s vi'.v ,f' tweenthetwo points is nbont U! Z5!1 f.13! Kf j V5 1 is M i w, WU Ais tag W j - s Sbbb?b M'anfXr ,,u Wll,,t to ". pt nR.oncrs there ate and efforts. The miles. The track between Gros- Association adjourn- acboon'cdse the godneM a l uiiry o; ! llfnv ,,lcJ tlll'.V get, it will be easy. ed 1 A noe's and I'.elmont will be taken i M ? !0 meet in Fulton, tCy., atur-du.- iiod, aud to iuvohc iiix cuui'UiKd catc and t" pen up and th transfer changed to 'lbere are as mimy tuousauu prwtcvtioo. rsov. 27, 1886. In olwcrvuncc of such custom, 1, irover Hickman. Charleston (Mo., hi,- - wonera n. mere me .it s in a V. H. Hali.j:i. Prcst. C cvelaod, Preotdnt l ll.e Ci.iU-to DEALER IX lear. lite amount paitl a tuei:i! terprif-A-- E. JjttAi'KO, Secy. Mrs. do htrre'w dmitiate ami et apart Thurs at the rate. of:?17s.t0U da.. and -- There is no subject of greater DRUt.h, MEDICINES, BOOKS, S'f.M IONERY, and Schcol Supplies. dav. the2ith d of NoemWr. instint. to Represents a line of the very bebt Comjianiei. in the United btatea. and $7,0i)0 an hour, day and night. Fancy (.OOOS, TOYS, and PICTURES, lx I SIti One bushel Of Com be observed nod kept as a day of tl.ank or more universal interest pisl ISverv time clock strikes the ' ' Sl'NDBIES, TAINTS, OILS, WINES nnd LIQUORS, for Medical use. r ving and prayer. Uo thit day let ao iu e lou OFFICII AT COUirj'-flOL'SF,VMUr'it .au.,' now than that relating it. wliiut 1U another $T.0Uialil IbM ot.e bushel of corn '.till buy"" ieupli forego lteiraccutomed eioplny prospects. 1 1 is ploasin r toiio'v fol. ,1C1I..;011 AGENT FOR TUB pla sod in I heir kzit. ;ien pounds - cf nails. In 1SIG a f ni IiJlV assemble iL. t.Va W usual wnluM af , apry A tfrtl ! tttAfuli itl that the fall so far has been, itr, ! IUVI KilV " " l,:,n '" woolen itluiiuots coat us tlietmivc---! for mr cMiitioucJ ijovmet most States, extremely favorable SBW IN G E. W II I T E niuch sir :i eow, in I8&G a cow will ot the tWins "f a fr-- government, tori ssin, s i.ifo. The for fallowing nud for EOI-AJLT-- --- . .. . JJ. IT. FKEBilA, IAS. OAMPIIBLL, . j J..1..4, ... ........ t, " " ""-co.iutiiou ami acreaire re repoii-- ' hi"h ban -' !,'1,.v,aiK'c I.In4S!fl...it r. qaired GL huslic s of ""l our land .'I r Iw rlirii who till th?l in- - ,!t:.vs l,e wai for ma" vearKy. Fulton, Judge, Paducah, Ky. R. L. MOORE, can le found over Powell's Grocery to attend night calls. ' ill resjii cint . iiwii.iiui pj.ti.lc, aUo Diabcle,; the jmin, i,.uiov iIIIV ...... Ynrt! f .......... uarlelthe libnr of tlese a i3ple in alt creased ami tlms far the outlook iteit, hmoA n;eiuIur!lllle ani, W0IW as o,irp-or, V "" a' ere loRO or t, t m;ts a n Ulon crct And white we is as Cieernras weather aijd in - times almost throw him into convulsions. . .... ants Ot contemplate the infinite ptv.er of Oik! t.i RiMer and Rut relief "ariey Wl!t OUV UllflV dustry could eoiupahS. SomcVoin- - He tried III i3IG It took eartti'jkc, flol and 6tont, lot the grate after taking sir bot. In Oad elolK plamt comes from small areas 111 a from firit bottle, andred "?"i i, j ?a and bad gamed n twenty tloett ties wafl entirclvfii to bllVOliO in' 'carln or the who have Been Wuettle I it& &j & L few of the Western States, but iRQ .JSSft 5 W llnb dglHccn p'oiimK Say? be positively "u& ',el f slj 1M IHSti twcnlV dnr- - Irom liarm thwigli Hia metoy. be tnrned . l the averajre b:ins rcpoils alto lHilievM be nonlil have died, had it not and klndncas towartl those T Tf. Pi 1 Sfl R' ' N KZJ, es III H' UeJ as; u aj ej; Sjt J.l ;W;ai ga;Wy v U r. atu,.,.. ggggl &' by Electric P'ggS will buy ten bushels Of wh9'hat BJffen-- thmugb gether comfortable it utl assuriu,'. m for the relief afibnled te&xti, VJJ a. 0 ISlG-i- t required OUC' LetusaUo in the ., midt ot oar thinks:'"'bottle by C, salt. , In rTf.' if Hitter. Sold ,.. ,. ... 1. . .. . .. I 1. .. 1. .. ".- A CURIOUS marriage cereniouy A. Holcooibc at fiftv cents a i.. .. :. iilibliet Ul ivneaii IU uliy OUC yailitE, reawm r ne jwur ami iicwijr wmtook plack recently in Xurctnherjr, ofenlie.n. in IKS". nm hn.qliol r.f cheerful ftlfn and alms, m that our hervi"Will practice in copartnership in Fulton count v. All cljsses of. n deeds of charity be Germany, the biide being the w,,l,at 'ill bllV twenty vaids nf ceptuble Kv the sttrht of the Lord made 1 aue20-G,. litigation will receive prompt attention. in Xo wonder many C armless artisto Franlein In witnes-- uheieof. 1 hive hereunto set : WlIKZilS 0;A5T 1 BUY A SH'ITAKLK I'KIiSE'SiT AT ITS vor annexation to th e United. heiim-lircssanIlausmanu. She wedded lnv hand and caused the seal of the United K22AIfj VALEIE? aud States. In that case their coun Ilerr Ilauschibl. Ax Imisidpii iipiii ulm lmo t - sttitea u Imj allixetl for ' i II (U IHUII signed marriage contract with her j try would cease to bo a refuge dis-th- eliug Dane at the Citvof Washington, this 1st Before deciding this question we invite you to examine the beautiin Arkansas entered a bank tine f and other e flto Vo'ir rf rtltr fil feet. Rings were exchanged, and defaulting cashiers 111 a ful and varied stock. certain village and asked Ior onotuou-andeichundred and eighty six, wedding xiugof the bride was.bo'acst characters. a draft on New York. "Don't and of the Independence of the United placed on the fourth toe of her keen 'em," was the prompt reply, states of Amend, ! ne hundred ant! . right foot. 1.T.au 1 WittIll UKOVLH VJW.V " "Don't, you tin anv business with ,e.venin. ,, ..r .. . ltv lite I rMidenl ..i. om new "Mrs. Sprague. wife of Tt. 1U,t S5t,-- I., tho rnrIJ for Cuts.'UM'ft axorici" h n The V. i7L : v,7 sir." "is , ,.1 T. b. Kayarii, Q ceretary of Stle. at new store, Fuqua '& DeJow's old island, has ast endless vatielyof ., ,;,t, Ulcer, 1T ,, Tho rII i3im ill cowiHrnco Sprague, of Rhode Druifcs Sore?,Chapped Salt Kheiitn, Hand-- , Chilblains' Sores, Teller. iiooks and Fancy Stationery, l'apeterics of all styles and finisli, I'ens, """.""Y hen a bank has got a, slyjil, iu. a public letter protests Command all antl t.osi ' See It. Lap Tablets, Albums Card Cases, Cards, &c, &c, for- - tively cures Riles, oruTy Pencils, Port-folio- .nglmlbl buuiu ictriarlvs l3' the It mortgage- - 011 every ' lann m the 49L- V 3.Il'3. ICtlte is gunranteeil to pive perfect satisfaction, county, alien on every mule which" . Snrise and Tov in endless variety. ComiHriKts Ami Cntla lurIoDth-llier 3fr6. Sprague, HOW ; ChaSC, about the Sprague lalllliy, or money relunueii. crtceceniaperuox. comes into town, and a first claim Row Aljilione Karr Rpcsatc a Jom : on every stalk of corn aud cotton first Mrs. Sprague For sale by C. A. Ilolcombe and "thanks the r.allst. for miles around, what does itj for having so acted as to lead to Aud Continue Kive Mantlivi. want to fool with Xew York fori" ,, t" the affections of the noblest of "hil - . l.atiu hh wttM if ltly. incln liiis .nrtr iirfmirr w.irV in KnclUU Kti A. il Ai men being transferred to the wri Hint t tlifSDHnuK. ult vns a htriku. At fe nt'K, ti tt'irnl MtWMKi- -. KliKiitimi. IV.im iHHii, fused; jukI tlie 1 . . :W!. mtlie yeai. !'-- "t to them is a e:ir, or .i 8,000 a l flic ir ?G.),-the- "" day. Jtmember how . :.:Kiis vast. Saamiers Heine i:i " 0:lst, was callinl to tfive ' St ettibera n i;ti ai Ttiaali'- an outline of trutK, i;nig. wli'eh wa done in his usnal tt rte :U. Ti'c fotling Nt!e. Tlte remaining tirao was is WiiuxiTi, i I'm p'ocla nation ! Prwideni (;ei:lii . - ...c. .).. t .:...... :i i rwiiuic ifllait,g Thurlar, Nov. S im a itav t: wvit. vi. t. uiiiiHip:iiMi wiiik nun lueieaiting Utrcie. ihani.K,ntf 8J praver 'the teachers were refreshed and a piocUiuation : By ii.e lrei k.tt f i:tv;gorrttel in the meeting, and the Lnitcl State. It has 1e lvr thto ourtm of the people of the Ui.iti'd u.-- . leturtt to their lields of aay in atli lesnme their work with renewed oil a purpone byear wiiny sei ap.ji tl.eir thie executive " for thai iror.j. n. - a anf and will take orders for them now ..,.: J:.. i Oc-- i M. JFSEHOH, ft It. T TTL'KK. .i DIKrSOTORS- H. tl HUnjrAN.:C. ii. ALEXANDER. CHA6 BALT2EK. GEO. I! TURELKELD. VT. C. JOHNSON- L. L. UNDERWOOD. : - mi P! I t, IP 1 St-.tc-- Xnp y iTJO O MACHIN e i I f M ... is j ,) "Ea:ics:jyE.sr Ex-Circu- sc-din- jr. , e -- -- -- "-- i- ...Vl. - - IRESORIPTIOIScS A'SP it -- si'.ty-IoiirntlMie- 1 Klei-tri- e .... 't e- ... . FREEMAN & CAMPBELL, I eS I I , l , jL.i - Vf BODES. lie 1 i- - 1 . well-know- IU-- () I o. 1 A.a.A.1 V f ti-i- v. I. T.t-r'i- I T 11 X ht QeJidmhlf'm ohQok -- ! W. v- -. MES. JENNIE GABBNSE, Ar rIC 1 or Skin-Erimlinn- s. 'S".',,, 1 , jrar-miuirt- , -- SbrSMH'., I Sunday afternoon, at 3 t.u ki:...i n,..,,irt,i ' uiiiiuiiio buiiiinn. o'clock. luii nunusabout 1,000,000, or church. Subject lor discussiou: to number irNMJM llill IU n:..1.l..r. about one oiiitiuo i"iou" tn "IS V. IlIlttLiilU UU1I1TI!U Onurclilaml u"i.,l'c prosperity- of the every 1,400 inhabitants. The pro-- j Egypt, audi to Cliristiaimyi Leader. - "-- j 11 reatestin least in New Zealand rtrtpinniiv' Jirovaru. Everybody cordially ti m. I ter." meet in the "Mothodist I lias the greatest number of iusti- tutions for the blind, aud America is eighth on the list. The Prince of Wales is not yet mialiticd to covern a nation, judg ing from the tact that his latest correspondence with a pretty, wo- man hatl to be carried to" his mother! to settle the trouble it caused. ''' ? ( ill iWUi rtfrl ; A. A. Dayjs, Sec'y Uultyd attorneys ior violation of his or-- ' ...,- - .1 r ....- .1 ' "Ul loroniuiiig active participation in t.ami:jign work or partv C0I1 vention proceedings. One was a Btraightout Democrat, his own ap- poiutee,aiultl.e other ninugwuiiii),. appointed by President Arthur. o ,niSse,U-- 8t.te..t,&.B,St,S .... .?..?. ti1P.. cs . i ":.,, ,.:t. fniv . f(rt- ,lil iti-i- r lir.iHrk'S-JIathriiuttl- ,.r r.- - l,;l.. ai ri1.r fllcfcil.ittanUoH I. i devotwl twlt tH'U-o- t fur culler, a ml lou-cm- cu lor bua rt;J5 - -jX - v. a? i . - ' ii i nwrno nr Tlir nrliTirm H. BUCHANAN Ul ALL II r. Uawi:im W. W. IIOOERTSON, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Hickman, Ky. Mayneld, Ky is Ihe onlv man in Hickman that T vuu M lllWlO Ht.riJ.it lJlliiU, .ll sells Rrown Dosnoyer's (formerly Hoberlson & Hawkins J I & Bryan & Brown's) world-- r enowiiei fl 4 JLlOi. - V- -' iJfc. JfJl ' Hill '11U H'i?. lIiliii- '. cuniu told i yoit it i i nr.mrt ii XT W V Z - A T'-T You see," said Nestor, I Bqots and Shoes, the best in A IV a!l tidiurn Vrtll ii ri mi .ibeoi-- j rr KENTUCKY STREET, v -- s j liut, rquiwi ji. j ii.Ss A v sSi.ii " Ainbrira. They offer one thous- - ' halldi a' iarKC an,i well aborted stJck of was otu,y enougn. - - Kl' JT KCP8 constantly on hand for bir III CK J! AX, jTiT Esitor Cutting demands $50, and dollars reward for the detec Hats, Uonncta. Laces. Flower,beand rein, ? anil sale .'nd in fact, everything ,0 totmd in a from the ItlexicauJ t'on of any rdioddy innny shoes Lof1UtlS 000 damages Will practice in all tbc Courts of tbe tofiSa and HACKS. IIOP.aES, BUGaiI-::; government for ins recent impris with their name on thorn. Every of drinlw" Having purcbased tbc stable, horse? ri?n M!J.MHgJ7 5TQR3, j' Miuibter'A unlwppy fondncsa Baineplwi, MrsiJuiliciat DMinci NJJ17 lft" w"9d onment. pair warranted. Tkev caunot be and entire outfit of W. JJ. I'luminer ..to va unVw.M said Order.s promptly filled, and prices to suit "that 'your collencncs know anvtliiii.' i we propose to continue the business, and found iu any other house. ' so,icit the times. ,nort. about such things thiai yrni do? .Vs lronac- H. BUCHANAN i DISSTELBR IN K to this disastroiu propensity, i uont uat W. , ! whv vm biimiMivt itnvo invented it iw is the only mm in Hickman that The amendment of the consti- FOi! SALE. HbHS, Tn Brotherhood of Locomo- - , nallf a Brncker dill, for it is proldly , sells Ackeriaud & Wyler's ecle- - ' t ution of Georgia, submitted to nsked iL Knn-ai- - tive Engineers is cited as a model r.ottme." "Xottiue?" lirated Tailor made, perfect fitting t ho voters at the late election, 2l0. OOO fct drv 0pre Utiilding ' . Keady-mad- c Clothing the best lowing pensions to maimed Con-au- d organization. So admirably Iks 'Si it TVTO r aee to name all article, but no and Fenchnj Lumber. Aht, IDO.OOO to too jus: ac Cypreqt Shin-jle?oodg They , federate soldiers, was adopted with beet, managed that there has been p K cheapest in Hickman. & UONDURANT & PREWBY. Troy ndomcacd aec, at the sorncr of catlnot be found iu any other! less than a thousand'rdissentiiig 110 Strike Ot locomotive engineers ' t!iat wc irj('AV Uot!ilt- "- nbtnit it" marl,- Err i' it es en i p aud Mo:!CO,v Avcaue K3t Hickmm, Ky for six years. yotcs. Urdt,j jicvicw. bouse. l. v oommn. ami Xwtor KtMiiopfeu btrik.. W-awrote the whole ihumt lietwuou thcut; ' " !C',d. huurl ? for THJssioleI sisiue side contiiliutio;is m. J. cojni KnrfH lllle(1 th, lllllwr ith ihcin. 'Hie desoriptioa of th j ay hi which political articles tremRiiiuif:iux';lH.iioM.tc-niinot overcharged. Br.luiu and Ibxpiep. of 2 il . xr.e iifBiany 01 mt-an .... iaer-as- o t ., m ""' ft,'" tAillt ' IIlCKlUN, - rr - T mT - rr .. n' kt . A ' Hiunlh... ,, PAYABLE .MOMTULY IX ADVANCE. Kt., Jlllj 23, lS6, tf J. O. TATLOE. Pakkek, IIas;a'splen(litl stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which are offered at OXF P151E, and that the. very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented. ROOFING A SPECIALTY. RMPORTTT ---" t A 1 M:fe!!ai:! W v.-- 1 1 Eaiiis -- -- I i c, Sth2l ,kv Sri, THE OLD RELIABLE Oil AS. A. BOLCOJMBE, -- .. 1KAI.KK . I i aHlliy - -iirc! Mildl, rAfflfB M COM DWlffl, PO UXItEVl t ttjuMji , s 4 4- - c; ia: j&m: u JS t io xs CA It h FJL ff 3iL-- 1 " :? -- f'.- & vitaB. t,. -- j,jr-4- ' ??- - i rf &J . '"v3JGt .. "3 fr 0 ' ;