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KY. BWttdoertoatjHalL OSOROB WARREN, Editor. THE HICKMAN ?- nO.1TR.TRHl hb k - -- EXECUTED -- : With Neatness and Dispatch. " .w -- n.'fct -- - mv - mmm L' - . jfeLi H SJT5t.' Pf - .,.- -. ' ,, I.. -- '.ft .. - -- The Oldest Newspaper inJWestern Kentucky. IfH feV ."". . ( J ' A ALB BlltltS. BNVELOPE8, I2TTBR- H IILL-HEAD8. HSTVTTA.TI01MS, - nucc UTis-cosm- r wtbcwftiob. ti.sa CURRENT TOPICS. lias ten loss j03t-offlc- ESTABLISHED' 1859, HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, DARING SADIE ALLEN. 1886. VOL. ? MR;-"- ETC., ETO Jkjurxx ra xra ojjt Brooklyn bridge. now e tkau one 'car ago. AriFTEEN-iEAn-OLD The Ontario Knigbts of Labor bare boycotted the Chinese Kansas girl secured Til AMonlshuieiit of the Drhcr m. divorce recently. I.rewcry AVacoii. TnE latest piece of slaug in New York City is ''foddering up." Hawaii, with only 09,000 inhabitants, pays "ew Youk, Nov. i0. A brewery utgon lier King $Si,00J a year. A Philadelphia, sizn reads' Teeth started frun the Njw York ontranet at 1:10 p. m. to go over the big bridg to pulled while you wait." of Jay Gould's daily mail is lliooklyn. Aftr the wagon passed jtho New York pier a bridge policeman nooced composed of begging letters. resembling a bundle of af in Platt Coc:vtt, 111., has no money in the soa.ething end of the wagon. Ta.!c bundle the hind treasury and is four cents in debt. Tiieuc is strong talk of organizing a assumed au upright position aud tutn I out to be a man. The man jumped lea ue of colored base ball players. oX) an ouuee. ov any from the wagon to the roadway, mouutel Cocaine was the iron girder that inclosed it, and, hitl-otody can go crazy on it at f8 an ounce. hesitating a moment, leaped S. Ku Tck Uioiisaad cattle are killed in Xcw bot stiaigbt down into tho rivir. or, food purpoies. Ofli-e- r Ashuro ins tho on v one who bid leap, lie rusiieu mio juo One-thir- d Willianx Kurs Mako3 the Leap with Suicidal Intention. I DE.VTIIIN ACOAIiSIIAFr. Another Shocking Disaster in a Pennsylvania Mine. TweUf 31 . ANARCHISTS REPRIEVED. liranted TUU lilF ut I 1 Wi LUigriver th. f lt : i f.u- formed it was evideat from his :er. ment that he was ignorant of tbe,' A St. Jbcis "nan estimates that a Pull He waj allowed to nroceed. The Hal ot W :a man sleeper nets the company $7,520 a the man won i ade the leap is wuo wason Kurz. An year. WllS ver street pier said to a reporter: Little bedpost bells rung by electricity look. hit mi t the bndtre. and saw a man are now used to awaken heavy sleeper in getovurthe ratling next to a lamp-pos- t Belgium. outside the New lork tower. U clung then to a As much as fifteen cents each ia paid for go. the lail for two moment, audin the let He turned somersaults Jack rabbit sca'ps by county authorities on aud fell on his back in ths water. He air, disthe Pacific Coast. appeared at once. Tna water seemed to PnnsENT indications point strongly to- suck him in, and tae sprav splashed up several feet in the air. Very few peopio ward tho nomination of a Labor Presidenwere on the pier at the time, but several tial candidate in ISjS. hundred gathered iu a few moments, aud Tuc Czar has decided against compelling lUeso was great excitement." Policeman a reduction of tho sugar production m Jam , O'N al, of the Brigade Squad, arrived a few minutes later. Ho toos the tug order to improve trade. The Columbia out A petition in favor of reviving the tax of the lighter to pick up Kurz. and captain packed steamed out upon bachelors in Trance has been presentup Kurz before the tug arrived. Tne ed to the Chamber of Deputies. juniper was under the water about fivo was frothing m When picked JX GouiH believes, as the lesu'.t of bis ut nutes. out h, aud wasup ho exhausted to too tue n own experience, that "man appreciate their speak. His face had a yellow look aud own earnings more than a gift." Uis eyes weie glassy and vacaut in exDoor, knocks of the kind pression. When the lighter reached the are once more appearing on the doors of wharf Kurz was placed in un express wagon and taken to the nenrest Police fashio .able New York residences. and ftom there to tho Chambers ritoouEssiVE parties are tak- street At the stutton he was ing th" place of progressive ruchro parties able to taiK He told the ollk'er in charge iu fashionable Louisville society. that he wanted to commit suic de. Ue comlc and ot a pain in Boston has coined a word for the women plained to rave. At his bead and sihe. was the hospital wbo wear birds' plumage upon their iiats. to.u.d to be suffering from the suock of tue Tbcy are called "birdicidal women.' coucuss.on. It is thought that ho will When asked the reason for tuo Some ladies' boots shown in a Boston jump, he lepued: "1 w isti I was dead." nie 5100 a pair. Tho buttor look like diamonds, but arn't, of course. CAUSED BY EARTHQUAKES. Count 31oltke invariably begins each diy with a visit to bis wife tomb, a A l)3in ill ieori;I.t .ie-- . Waj, AVashlns practice be has obseived ever since her Out seeral Hundred Yard of Itallro.id death. Track. Firrv-o- r AuoisTA, G., No. 29. The dam of emigrauts from South Carolina to Arkansas recently gave tho fearof Laugley Pond wa broken this afternoon at five o'clock, caused by the great pressure of the earthquakes as their ivasons for water ou tho new portions just completed. As will be n. numbered the earthquake Tur. news comes from Paris that Airs Mackay compels her dressmakers to pledge shucks on the night of August 01 caused the their words that her dresses shall not ba water to oveitlow and burst tbedam.de-stioyin- g u mile of railrt ad The new dam duplicated. New Iliursniim ministers boycotted the had onlv been completed at few days, and a tullueauoi water nau ju-- oeen rcceiveu, Governor's Thanksgiving proclamation bewhen suddenly the dam gae way, washcause it contained no icferance to a Suing up both I'bo South Carolina 'aud the Charlotte, Columbia anil Augusta railpreme Being. road tracks .Tlw South Carolina track At the end of 17, 7i0 telephones existed is washed up nbut four hunin the United S'ates, and at tho end of 1SS3 dred yatds, and t'ie C. C. and A for half a mile. No trains left the city there were 325.570 telephones and 7S2 teleon these roads, aud it will be tophonic exchanges-morrow afternoon before any can go. out, A cocut in Athens, Ga., had its attennlthough a force of hands are now at work, tion absorbed tho other day by a suit lepairing both tracks. Jt vUL takejisoui, to fubifiliinhe porticuif,rbtf'r l)fbnehtby 'ono colored girl against an- months awav. washed Tae theory is hat Ufa earthother for ten centv quake vliocks of last night cued tho An ample volume of compilations. from broat 3Jr. Talm age's sermons and writings will Acdpled Bids for War Ships. oitly be isued under the title of "Shots Wvshi.nuton. Nov. SvWfiia Secretary ol at Sunday Target." the Navy today accepted tho fallowing A HEN whose head and mouth are debids for the construction of the new cruiscribed as being in striking resemblance of a snake's is classed among the possessions sers and gunboats: Cruisor No. 2 (CharlesWorks, of.Sau Francisco, ot a i ensscola (l la.) man. $ ton), Union Iron at ?1,017,5C0; cruiser No. a (Baltimore), Jon.- J.xcon Astou is rated at "flSOOJ.OOO, Lramp& sons, of Philadelphia. $l,3J5.O00; and is probably the richest man in Amer- enuboat No. 2, tha Columbia Iron ica. V.'ill.am Waldorf Astor, tho Woiks ami Dry Dock Company, of Baltimore, at 6247.UX). In the case of gunto Italy, is his only ton. boat No. 1 no decision has vet been reached The stomach of several cattle which as between ths bid of lt'eder & Sons died near Wh'tmore, la., were found to bo and the bid of Cramp fc Sous. Although lined with mud taken in with tho filthy iho Union Iron Works, of San Fraucisc , put in the lowest bid on cruiser No. 1 (the water they were compelled to drink. Newark), yet, as the figures exceeded tuo Mi:. F. Goodm vNjnged seventy-six- . arift maximum amount fixed in the appropriaMrs. Mary Ircl.ind, aged of tion bill, the ctcretary was unable to acFarmington, la., had to ru i away from cept their b:d He will probably refer ta matter to Congress, with a statement of their childicn in order to get married. the facts, and leconiniend that the appro-p-i "The father of the fo est" in Tulare lation for the construction of cruiser No. be County, I al , is the argest tree in tho 1 l,o increased, or taat the Government tho Sta e. It is 450 feet high and measures 1.13 authorized to build the vessel at one of navy ya ids. feet arowd the ti uuk. It is a chestnut. The Einpcror William and tho Empress Maxwell's Life Extended. Augusta will hereafter confer medal of St. Lot is. Mo , Nov. 2i An extension of distinction upon aged couples who .une from Junuary 1 to February 1 has celebrate their golden or diamond wed- been granted tho nttornoys for Brooks, ding?. alias Maxwell, the murderer of Preller, TnE locomotive whistle now wnkens the and UijoChiaycfe and Chyo Goom, ths Chinese murderers, in which o preparo goblins of Mammoth Cave. The railroad their transcript of tho testimony for their has got there, andciviiizattoa takes formal appeal to the Supreme Court. The delay possession of the largest .known hole in the has been occasion d by the sickness of the stcnographeraiid the amount of testimony ground. criminal these The Indian nud Colonial Exhibition, just taken, ever holdbeing the longest here. trials closed in Loudon, after having been open for sis months and a half, was cnormoiuly Chicago Saloonisls' Narrow Escape. successful, its visitors having numbered CincAco, Nov 29. In the city council 5,5rf0.79. effort was made to ad vnnca saloon The fact that a paper devoted to tricy- ltceusos to 51,000 each. For some time past cling published in Loudon has over a thousthey have been given for ?"M. More than and female subscribers indicates that ths hatt the aldermen favored the advance,but s majority was necessary and sport is extremely popular among women a the measure failed by two vote. iu England. i A man of Springfield, DT., went to sleep Raided by Burglars. by ths roadside. When ho awoke ho was LvrAinrrr, Ink., Nov. 29. Burglars astonished to find that a wagon had ran aided several residences in this city, and over his leg and broken it. Tho leg was a secured about one thousand dollars' worth wooden one. of plunder. Lawrence, of When Mrs. Mahala-Buet- t Carlisle's Seat Will be Contested?, Warsaw, . ., celebrated her ninetieth birthday recently fivo of tho guest were Cincivnvti, Nov. 29. Geo. 11. xUOD of jshty-nine- , eighty- - Covington. Ky., through his attomeyhas served formal notice on SpaakerJLjbji G. would Carlisle of Lis intention to contest fii3 tent Hon that would in the Fiftieth Congress. ke fowrentirely unnecessary. A citizen Crew Drowned. of Jordan, Canada, seat his dollar, aud by 1 got the directions: Ludington, Mich., Nov. 29. A return ma ''Take a ngcrew was capsized in the lake, and Capd so of poison." Hutch and John tain Roswell BEAnusLEr, who has beu post- SmithFlyiui and Ornn perished. master at North Lansiag, Tompkius County, N. Y., since June, 1823, is the oldest Stolen Diamonds. postmaster in the service. Tho compensaNew Vobk, Nov. 29. A tray containing tion for his service has always remained $5,000 worth of diamonds w as stolen from tho same $190 a year. J. H. Johnson's jewelry store iu this citv. It is estimated that fully SO per cent, of the world's ocean tonnage is now in comNew Consumption Treatment. mission, against scarcely CO per cent, a year ago. The tonnage in A method of treatment which is now is allot ed for in both cases. attracting tho attention of physicians, A deposit of pure aspliftltum. from is by injecting remedies directly into twenty feet thick, has been discovthe lungs by means of the hypoJerniii-syringe- , ered near Thistle Station, in Utah. It is the needle of which is passed said to be worth $40 a. ton, and the expense through the wall of the chest, the effort of mining is only forty cents. Noah 8. Hunt, tho rich and eccentric New licing made to apply the medicinal Yorker, who lived utterly alone in the agent as nearly as possible to the! afmidst of Gotham's millions, is said to have fected portion" of the lungs. Some , left a will locked np in a safe, the,combina- - very encouraging eases are rejnrtcd. in bOir.o of which the improvement has tioa of which no living person knows. been so great as almost to justify one sheet oL paper seventy-twA single in speaking of them as cures. inches wido andseveand iodine appears to have promiles long was made without a break in a duced the best results, causing the Taper mill at Watertown. N. Y., a few days complete cessation of cough and K. Ago. The sheet weighed 2,207 pounds. A fish of unknown species is, it is re- perforation, and the further progrisi ported, destroying young oystors in the of the disease. Science. i waters on the south side of Long Island. , Itissbarpcd-toothedand, after biting off During a severe thunder-storat the edge of the shell, extracts tho oyster. Wellsville, Mo., last August, a vivid The Centralis rfrl who deposited her flash of lightning photographed on the Matrimonial bid in the bottom of a smooth, white ceiling of the Methodist last summer, not only.ciptured church the face of an old man with a hasbaad for htrwlf, but enough lultora lone flowing hair and heard. It is fjral! kergirl frtaat, aad owyrnowt as a wo rd and shadowy por tatiNtki rtitm laid In mrryiaff trait, tmd the aupcratitious say that it it the photoffttiph of the Storm King, eje-witne- ss io- went through the rapid, and the whirlpool d this afternoon in the to barrel used by Hazlett and Pot's last summer. They were in the rapids and whirlpool five minutes and were taken out of tho eddy on the Canadian side just below the whirlpool of an hour later m good condition. Miss Allen is a respectab e gu 1, eighteen years old, a petito brunette, and prettv The start w as made from th Maid of the Mist I.snd ng, on tli9 Canada hide. When the barrel rcaened the maelstrom it shot right into the center of the pool making two or three turns. Leaving the p iol, the harre followed the cm rent nut to.nud the Canadian shoro doun to lbioiit't of tho pool, when it go- - into a large ed and bobbed n round for half an hour Friends inear by shoutM to the occupants of tho barrel, when Hazlett opened a sma.l door - on top of the barre . and WimL- Litrsnntlnviv . ji mint frmn tlia ,. "- m...t,wj - .j. .. .. "'-' lULiJBrri . 0UUJPVMnSHmVV!l"4-l"J was towed ashore. After coming out of tho barrel, Hazlett and Miss A leu h id n tramp of a mi.e and a half tluouh brush aud over tionlders befoie ng tho top of the piecipice on Miss when sue appeared at tho f'rr ti cn- terupon the perilous iourne. wore a neat wa'kmg-diess- . Taking off her hat jacket und throwing a shawl over her he id, she supped lightly into the battel through the muujoe, tucking her garments olo ely about her. and laughingly icmntkiiig. "Come, George, jump in I'm all iixed. ' Soon after George Hazlett stepped into the craft, fastening himself to the opposite end to that occupied by Miss Allen Just tbiitv minutes from the ti i o the barrel was towed out into the river it reached tho whir. pool. After landing Miss Allen was taken desperately sea uk. pedo-shapjthree-quarte-rs I Slio Floats Through NIng.ir.4 Whirlpool HunltU ami I.uiuls Dctperutel Sick. Ueorgo Nik. in v FmLs.N Y., Nov. Hazlett and Miss Sa lie Allen of Buffalo TJiyWrlt of &uprrteiiit4 thitVui Wielay Their Kxecution TRIBUTE TO HONESTY. rrpldcnt Cleveland' Flttlne Reception sSlNgt mi Killed and a Score Maimed anil 'seirred for Life. 20. Ptt?-- S d r'ta-iioi- i, jack-stra- w iio-pita- i. r. shop-windo- w to-nig- . sixty-eigh- t, - an two-th.rd- Life-Savi- lifi-sav- dry-doc- k o three-quarte- C5r-boliz- ed m straw-berry-b- do-crit- ad tf af to Judge Scott's iustruo ti(m4; Te effect ofjh'j older for the Shortly WiiKr-nvncwill bftto delav the execution P... Nov. after fifty miners and laborers entered the tintjuheull bencaof tho "Supreme Court Conyngham shaft this morning, and were uaigJaised upon"the Questions l aised for a It is estimated that in tho or- at the uottoni preparing to go to work, an ' coarse of procedure a hearing and exnlost n of L'as took place. Thedi-aste- r icau not oo reacueuJfcr six or elguti Boyle, a mi'ie Wd that even thoiicb was cuiied bj Coinelius !8,ujjaiued thu sentence Yn not bo laborer, who k topped into a woikedoat M,,t ,.ili or vumuii soul" ;..jgranting the chamber, which was filled with gas, with a Hdgo Scott's prdec lighted lamp upon lus hat B n k w id die. purciy lortnai, niitHiuc Two miners, whose names are unknown, or giviag any are nnsing, nud it is bi'iitved they were (.itics uiubiu um ujtii- blown into a dunm containing 'M feet of ame groium ior grant- men tvorgt water and drowned. Forty-twseverely burned und others slightly ft'- i- JI ended him jureu ltt'ivc oi tuo men van aie. M io,r li"ivn !rt..f .....V. .V.7V I'ost. tecovery of tuo following is bolAjj -- fffcthat1 limited and . Thcjnvcutlonjif. the valve uirfion , MVM ' f.i,-oVweriS? SiborerUic1iard Cooit eairoivlo rAltivTm,3'"tio'rr' train No 13, on the St. miration for Jlr. CievelanJ. Londv bhanuonlho uas O'lirien. re lule nrofessionJ was mmenmd ad. Coinelius Boyle, miuer, icpor at this placo last night, much of this enthusiasm was owing to The PreJIBrcertainly has a coign boy. ofThe power loom who had never dead, Joan Cannon, miuer, Christopher a farmer's boy tion iscoveied issuing 'roni a car In the tue high office of the distinguished of vantaatjBr.the Presidency itself Bruudage, laboicr, Michael O Br en, la- b"jly u the tram Iuv jt gatiou pr-- d no tools but 5 isitor, a very largo proportion of it which is n&Brlie lost sight of. Hi) seen a factory and hal father broke up borer, L'aniel lVrr minei John Douh and whose V Tho that tie car contained M sterling qualities Administiiflrcan not be regarded i orty, laborer Mei'abe miner West Lilwtyvi.le III, was caused by tho the first model he nude. reputed deaths ot Homo and OB ien can several 'rom furnituro, which have characterized his public a failure without a confession of judgfoals and horse ba ventied the follow tug uufortuuatj not Persons who aro undertaking to V lot of lmv 111 tho (. itv la career. Tho unvarying success of that ment agaijst the partj-- itself. The inbilled fo' Dow men are report oj more or less badK our raise earn in artitic'al ponds must be evidently ed. Win J Lvans, firo boss, Wut Wi- car was ound t be on lire,was discor igni- career, due to fidelity, high purpose clination of Democrats to succeed on careful to keen other kinds of fish as rel and earnestness, was an example to their owe behalf must be mado ted by lantern, wheli lliams file boss, and the following miner well as aquatic animals and turtles out and laborers: James Boj le, James K. biokeuoi the lluor The stock was dad, the ouiig nu-- around him and a sub- svnouvinoas with the effort to repre wa McCube. Charles K. suffocate! b) the smoke. Mr. Seaey tho ject of admiration to their elders and sent that the administration of their of them. During the past summer the hot, Patrick Dully, fouud 01 his knees, near the door of Duff), Chris Ivluie. James young carp in many places have been Matt McConuell. Albeit Auear, Heiny car. livng, but so mut h overcom that ho professors The occasion was one, own (lection has been successful also. destroyed by the above named creaalso, calculated to inspire the most This doas not mean that the party is Griffiths, bieathed only a few minute-- t after bcin Miller, Peter Millei, Win Patrick Swecn, James Davi, Geoign ttken ou. sluggish breast. Fair Harvard, young bound to tho reiiomination of Mr. tures. Chicago Times. Manay and the Friel brother, fatally; Peanuts of good size and quality and vijroious, ardoiit and ambitious, Cleveland, or that Mr. Cleveland is 'errible Mishap to a Hunter. John "Williams llchaid C miter, James after two hundred aud fifty M'ars of bound to submit to a renomination and were raised this year in New York, Davis and Michael Clinton. The Manias of 2.- 1- Guy tolbuin.of Detkot, Mien . Nov. The life, was in her gayest and brightest to place his leisure and a large portion Ohio and Southern Michigan. the others could not be learned Dav.d McDonald, uisid ' foreman, was caught in Waveil', while out hunting bunday, mood. Around her gathered her chil- of his future at the further disposition yield was not as large as in the Southgun at a smnrrol. Tho breacn-p.- n dren, among STATIONS. the afterdamp and was overcome. Ho wus of tho people, unless he shall so desire. ern States, and there is little promiso them men of world-wid- e taken out as soon as possible, aud ic lved blov out, striWuig him smiaioly befame, all filled with the same affec- Hut it does mean that the party is in that the crop will be a paving ono for on the uppei air His injiuies tween tie eye:. Ho was found inonsibln I acts from Hie Anutril Itcport of the that it is as able to tbi market. Still, it is likely that in a are slight Sev. nteeu mules wero severely some tine after by his brother, who, with tionate feeling for their .1hi t Muter. gooil shape-au. sujierlntt few ears the boys on most northern burned, anil man v of them will be shot to somedlli "iiltN. pulled out the iron, which To her were ottered the noblest tributes make the present Democratic AdminisWsin( ton, Nov. 2S. Tho repoi t of the relieve them from their suffering1. farms will raise their own peanuts wusimn'ddetl two mche-- in Guv's head, that American lips could utter in Mr. tration an instrument in the perpetuaGeneral Superintendent of the Life snviag Lowell's penetrating the brain. Colbuin was congrand oration and I Jr. tion of Democratic control of the offices X. Y. Times. Service shows at the close of th la-- t tUc il scious .broughout the oiieration of removA large buildinir has just been ATROCIOUS as it was to make the JaeksoiiAdmin-istratio- n Holmes' impressive poem. Most and told how the acciear the establishment embraced 211 staing thi breach-pin- , track, a factor in the election of the completed near the to lh young graduates were He is still living, and und lit dent vund tions, lm being on tho Atlantic, a4 on tho Murder of mt llutlre Tamil, Mr. Cleveland's well considered words Van Rurcn Administration and the in Canaan. Conn., for the manufacture wa , to iccorcr. secuisn a fan House Kuriied Willi tho ltodles In Ir. lakes, r on the Pacific, and at the Falls of un the duties of American citizenship. Pierce Administration a factor in the of granulated milk. This is a new proLot i it LE, K., Nov 2(5. It U learned th Oh.o. Louisville Ky. The number of cess invented and patented by Robert High Art In Counlcrlciling. Aft all it comes to this the people of the election of the Iluchanan Administrathat the family of e ght perdisasters to docummtd osse!s within here I'n ted Mates lime one and all a sncrel mis- tion. Ellin, the m'lk being preserved in sons, supposed to have been accidentally VoitK Nov 20 A clever un.tation New tho field of station operations dursion to perform, and our President not more There is no disposition among Demo- granules appearing not unlike white surely than ecry other clt'zen who lotes his ing the yeir w a 3ii There were o board burned to death in Knox County, a of a fivi dollar bill puintod in oil by ths politicians to an- granulated sugar. This is the first a part tho responsithese vessels 2,720 persous, of whom 2,093 since, were murdered; their throat having artist darhett, anil owned by Theodore country must assume to thoofworld the suc- cratic statesmen and bility of ilcinoustratiiijr or in 18SG manufactory of the kind in the counbeen first cut from ear to ear. The family, Stewait, a jirojuietor of thi o eminent. No man can tagonize the President .iow, cess of popular were saved, aud twenty-seve- n losL Tho whoso name was Poe, had two neighbors try. Iart ford P03!. hido his talent hi a napVIn and escape tho to commit themselves to an unalternumber of shipwiecked persons who rebest, ci y, wis seized jesterdaj by a special condemnation his sloihfulness deserves nor able programme for lo&S. But there ceived succor at tue station's wns ?)7, to whos onicputation was not of the them agent of tho Treasiir i)cpartmnnt and evado tho Two of the largest castings in the stem sentence which his fa.thless-nesand this nccouut they forbade whom 2.00J davs" lelief in the aggregate Tho Serretaiy of tho invites In paitinx with toil now let tue isa realization of the collective strength world arc said to be at Nara and These neighbors, a sent tc Washington entering their hous" wasaffoided. The estimated value ut thj whether the Japan, the one at the latter man and woniaa.thcughnot man and wife, Tieatrv will decide picture aro tho artist express may a earnest hope that Harard s of the Democratic party, and there is, vessels involved iu the disasters was bablo of the nluinni wajs honor had an illegitimate child, a boy, about ten and ovuer as maker anil possessor of to tution which ha honored the wncrable Insti- so to speak, a reconsideration of the place being n feet high, aud "cto, a i that of their c.irgoa, ?i,07 ) them, aud that no orosecit on ears old Thoy lived somo thirty yatds countu feit bank note ei... pieturu is val-- man who fonret or neirlects bis duty to lessons of the late election, which the other at Nara being e and mak ng tl: total value of property imperiled fti VI.' i.n Of this amount s..0rj,0Ts, was irom 1'oe's houxe, aud becoming em aged uedat10"0. Amer.c.m citizenship shall Und Ills Alnui Ma- strengthen und encourage the heart of s feet from thebase to the ter here. saved and f 1.121t.0.7 lost The number of because of being refused social recognition, the party, and which correspondingly head. The t vessels totally lost was Tue planned tin damnable plot .of murdering An Occasion for Thanksgiving. It was a da to be remembered in the depress the expectation and hope of its crown of it to have been statue atNara the cut r family. Too bo suffering unerected in the report s.t the number, violence and . N. I annals of Twenty-eigh- t Harvard and one worthy of adversaries. deorge Hone, in jsrooK- - is supposed J . Nov. reputed Tre'ton-from of the storms vtu li occurred der a sevens chastisement whole bis eighth century, but it was destroyed asstor. lit convuts in the Stato puson have been the occasion and the distinguished during the year eceetled the record of any father, now tells the and recast 700 years ago. In endeavsays his mother was talking alout pardon d by the Board of Pardons, and semblage. And in the opinion of many hjn Eagb. previous e"ar:nc 3 tho general extent-uoring to recast ft several mishaps oco tLo sea and lake coast In tho matter for several days, nud that ia were pleased cstenlay. The mo t noted who attended the quarter millenial, tho of the e A Great Difference. curred, aud when at last success came, one storm there were no less than tbirty culminated during a night when Mr Poo weieLA Condit who victimized many brightest feature there was the preswas absent from home, nud thav uiie Lis shipvMvcks within the bcopo of the operasome thous'and tons of charco il had Secretary Lamar has been making left home futhor tions of the service and m H single dav house and mother his goinr foi Poo s Wall street biokersin 12 by lever ence of "the handsomest Democrat in been tiecd. wiihtbein, forgorfcs. and Win. Sippie, the telegraph America." -- Albany Arqtu. th y forbade (Januar . there were twenty three Tho some rattling speeches in the SouthA new metal, called by the invenservuv. however, d d not fail' to match its but that "ho slipped along without their operator who seat a bogus order two jears west anil) telling the people that the tor, Albert Assman. of Railway, N. J.. knowledge, them previous r cord of effectiveness in saving The fnm.lv,aud saw whom enter tae house. agotouiKrie railway agent in the lame A BROAD VIEW. wero females, of an ollieuil, ordering nroiey reinovd all of United Slates is a pretty fair place to life m d propel t.-- . Toe iiUinlier of casualAssayme," is produced by a special ties was greater b- - twenty eight tnan that were all asleep in ono room, and his father from asafe aud placed where hippie could A Mtfiiicnt or the Knrnuratriiic Kt'siilt live in uter all. Though ho did not treatment of tin. It has all the good with a razor ut tho throats of each from get it. of any former ear. yet tho los3 of life is or tlie otemher Klnrtlnn and the flood avoid thq subject of the war and forqualities of the latter, can be pressed fifteen less than" the average, und although ear to car, whilo his mother pick11,1 I'ro.prcls of the Democracy for 1888. Hoisicr Frozen to Death in Wisconsin. the vessels and cargoes totally lost weio ed the bodies Moor p'aced them in tuo mer sectioaal differences, he expressed into any shape, or cast into statuary, piled the coult u' twenty more than in any foi mer ear, the middle of the Amiiob Wis , Nov 2.1 Two pine land I'very one naturally looks at the Noor used foe plate ware of any descripamount of property lost wasonij about two teds 011 thtm, ami th-- n ths lire t, buyers, while out scaichiitg for William vember elections with a view to their the belief that the North and the South tion. A beautiful bronze color can be aud that reatScda-stairin-history rrirr,,! tr tll TMOtfll or :Y1V fclllldn frOlll pre- - them aud tho hii--in their have $t3,tJ0 greater than the average for the c jjlio.wAfcjQs'j UheewaatLubai'S.u.'l; hgpl.te liUWbabiscrBajnqd mW th'i. in- LwJluS4Mb,wbi!eiieaiuounjtAa4'jylis nm jumrcued'miiudingmis'ooayjto-flames'sniothered ir." The inauTTmTw-oiilaSt; iwi.imi" ci easeirbynea-riof time to tno have not as jet been uriested, but a atiVit nine iiiilHA from this citv nnd four are two ways of contemplating those throtigtrtvfuc'corridorsLet us sec Secnot in the least corrode, it is specially led'. aid several mily; from Arv road. His body will bo elections now in respect of the subjects music of Jhc Union. valuable as a silver older. It melts at Lamar is a Southern man. His paThe New other articles, rcogui d as brotght here semi" time Postage Stamp. temperature of 432 degrees, or eighto be decided in 18S8. One way is to retary Illaine has been to the muni, ted inm!, were fouud rens nt Ind auapolis Ind , have lieen tf Mr making a tour a WvsiuNoioN, Nov 2s -- Tuc design for beneath the house of tj accused pai ties. comparative effect upon throu?li Pennsylvania and New Jer- teen degrees less than tin. 10 legard to what shall be dono consider the cent postag. stamp, whuh h Iheie is no doubt of their guilt, and excitethe new witlttlie bod . When fo 111 ' b was 1) mg the fortunes of candidates. The other sey, dong his best to keen the old to be put into emulation about January 1 ment has reached an baek in the snow, with his nflj upon hts PUN3ENT PARAGRAPHS. He n antagonisms alive. on frenzy, so that it is more than probable lea Log across Lis breast. way is to consider the comparative efof nest year, has bei'i seiectel. It was the State will ba saved the expense of a up as a kennel keeper prepared by Tiffany it Co , of New York, fect on the" oting strength of parties, has shaicn them Women are so fond of trimmings shed trial. Fuitaer particulars life dogs A Raw Bean Causes Dealh. ami is said to bo one oi the hanJsomest that is to say, the division which would lashes Tien in a and sets them all yelp- and finery that they even have thoir additional light on tho Knox County horspecimens j et issued by tho department. magnificent peroration ing. darkest and Kis.s Cm, Mo , Nov. 2.1. Tho death of futlled once in a while. Ine design presents au embossed head of ror, and make it one mt thecommitt d m Ralph Newman, a promising joung busi have taken place in the Electoral he described the tyranny of the whites tempers most damnable crimes ever if the Presidential election had George Washington iu profile upon a blua You can get a pretty good idea of the State, not excepting the Ashland affair ness mill 01 rwuusas tinted background. ii.J, uvtuucu been determined on the basis of the and the oppression of the blacks until eais since. wild with de- a man's character by noting how he the gronullings were yesterdaj from ulceration of the pit of tho vote cast during the present month. acts toward his poor relations. Sew stomach. Newman bad incautiously swallLightning Change of Partners. There aro 101 electoral votes in tho light.is HORRIBLE BEYOND BELIEF. ago. a raw bean, which odd that the South should Haven Sews. owed, some davs It a little United States. Of the Electoral College Wuusir, Im.. Nov. 2 Mrs. Join. Some men are so penurious that gradually produced inflammation sufficient of things, while Sopher was-- ou Saturday, divo ced from A buddenl) Insane M.111 ?lurders and De- to csuse "death Six of the best pins cans 101 votes are a major . In 1831 of accept tie new order unless theNoith they keep everything they get hold of. Mr. Hlaiie insists that vours Hit Coiiipiiiliiii. thesf 101 electoral votes "2VJ were cast her in the Wabash circuit court, in the neigbboihood attended the patient, Ten Commandments. St Lot I, Nov 2ii A dispatch from but woie unable to diaguoso tuo case. Tho for Mr. Cleveland and 1&2 for Mr. hates tin South it yields one of its except the Ga.) Advertiser. alleging cruelly and failure to provide. was not discovered until tha Blaine. At the elections lately held greatest privileges and is recreant to Cedarlown Uavensville. a small town in Jackson cause of d ath The lady was gi anted a decree shortly be. Y. duty.--YA Burlington girl, who is a great fore dititi r. und at I p in. she was again a County, Kas., tells of a revolting crimo postmortem autopsy. States representing 'J07 electoral votes its mos important Herald. bride promising to iOve. honor and cherish committed near that place last Wednes talker, says that it is better to be went unqualifiedly for the Democratic The Atlanta's Trial Trip. m fcamson K, Snoke. Tbi is said to beat thj day night. A ) onng farmer named Uho les 9 in conversation than not at all. ticket, and of the original Republican g recoid on divorce and quick marriages. Clements, while g iiug home from A Democratic Senate. New Youk, Nov 2.1. Tho new 11a rat States, Commonwealths aggregating Burlington Free Pres. with another farnvr namd on a trial Samuel Gordon, suddenly lis'B'iw insana cruiser Atlanta, whieh has beeu the Navj' 1 PJ electoral votes went for the RepubHe (at the beginning of the third Boy Burned in a Barn. Every thy brings fresh evidence that andkibedth latter with a club Not re- trip in tho sound, returned to lican ticket. without perceptible shrink- the elections resulted in a grand Dem- act) "How spicy the play is getting." Granvillo turning home, a search was made for Yard Mt. Veunon. K., Nov. 2 Her command r' reported a age. The remaining 52 electoral votes She (who sat alone bctwecnthc acts) CI ments, and h" was found some distance Brown, fourteen, was burned to death failure to realize1 tho requirements of tho iu the college were cast by States ocratic triunph. In addition to carryI should say so!" Life. from the load sitting bes de the body of contract speciflcatibiis as to horso power. mysteriously in his aunt's barn, near t are legitimately to be character- ing Minnesota, California and Colothe man ho had murdered, eating his ho irt. Polite passenger (in street car) He had been dispatched on an errand, ml at tho rate of thirteen knots which as doubtful in the polities of the rado, an'i reducing the Republican from Gordon's She steamed off thu and ized a few minute later wus heard screaming lie had cuthad toin head tho heart, lungs per hour easily with 2 .100 "Will vou take this seat, madam'" body, and out future, and which the result this year majorities in Iowa and Ohio, the party Madam "Thank " Polite pas. in the barn, which was in llaiues and tho andliver and was devouring them. Clem it is thought that w ith omo alteration door locked. It was impossible to rescue euts wns secured and is now 111 jail a of machinery shu may realize the desired was very close so close that in sev-ci- makes such gains in State Legislatures sengcr "Prav don't, madam. I'm htm No solution can be reached by tho rate of 11 10 kuots and 3 ItA) horse power. of the States official returns will as will guarantee the complete obliter- subject to tits."" S. Y. Sun. Q taving man tae. family. be required to decide for which party ation of the Republican majority in tho Let a parent teach his child to obey, Another Conspiracy in Bulgaria. Substitute for Sugar. a majority of their people have cast United States Senate. Acid. Swallowed Carbolic and he will give him the most precious New Youk, Nov. 20 A company has Som. Nov. 2.1 Another conspiracy their ballots. In the present Senate the RepublicWabash Iml, Nov. 2S. During tho ablessons that can be given to a child. been foi med 111 London and Antwerp for against the Government has been discov-eieIt will thus be een that if all the sence fro u home, yesterday, of the mother, one of them a Russian, surely Republican States and if all the ans have a majority of eight. It was Obedience is tlie grandest thing in the Two officers, n newiy the manufacture of X. Y. Ledger. would be a slight daughter of Louis discovered substitute saccharine, It is a organized a plot to kill Colonel NicolaetT, the for sugar. to the Re- expected that there majority, but the world to begin with. were swallowed chemical Hiukcr, a Miami County farmer, Thocimw doubtful Statesthat given reduction in this product of coal tur, Major Popoff aud tho Reg-n- t. to servant "Have you a Ladv organization would most hopeful didn't anticipate that it a teaspoonful of carbolic ncid, w Inch tho .s than sugar, and was to have been committed at o o'clock publican party, far sweeter from your last place?" little one supposed to bo medicine The though it can not jet bo manufac- this morning Major Popoff discovere tho even then have but l'Jl votes against would be wiped out in a single contest. child was found at the point of death. tured sochenplj as sugar, j'et its great plot, and caused tho arrest of tho two 207 securely held by the Democratic Servant to lady "Yes, but I'll not 1889 Restoratives were of no avail, and the sweetness mak'es it possible bv mixing ollbersaiid two others who are implicated. party. The opponents of the Demo- The general belief was that by show it ver till I see the one ye have from sufficient changes might be made to sufferer died this morning. small quantities of sact hat me w ith larger They will lx? tried 111 a few days. girl." Chicago Tribune. cratic party will perceive that they change tho complexion of the body, your quantit es of Chicago glucose to produc a Mrs. Swellington Jones "Really, must devise or discover some method but the late ictory has made it possicompound sweeter ami cheaper than sugar. A Blaze in the Statue of Liberty. Burned to Death. the State of New York ba- The new product is expected to disastrous-lj- my dear, you owe it to your friends to Mary Wilv,ff Youk Nov. 2.1. Tho heavy cloth of earrviii''can hopefully expect to elect ble bv the fourth of March next. Evvxsvii.Ln, Ixu . Nov. 2 Mr. Swelling-to- n affect tho sugar industry. fore they This is tho most important result of get a new dress suit." do. 1 shall have son, fourteen years of ago, employed at tuo curtain which, during the duUime, covers the President of the United States. "Well, if I Jones home of Mr. John Hanberry, farmer, living The Wcllar.d Canal and Sunday. tho electric light lenses on tho Statue of New York seems to be a permanent the elections. To have the support of to owe it to my tailor." Harper's the Senate to the Democratic Administwo miles south of this city, was fatally Libert), caught firo Monday night aud fell stumbling-bloc- k Nov 20. Henceforth Sr. Tiioms Wt'.p.kln. in the way of such is strengthening the arm of the burned yestenlay. The girl was standing no vessel will be allowed to pass through on tho light woodwork of the staircase 111 People's ideas of musical excellence It has gone Democratic tration more directly and cfiectively before tuo grata," when her clothing caught thoWellund Canal on Siindaj, except m the interior of the statue It was only by calculations-party fire, and in an instant her clothes were a case of distress, or where there is danger the bardeU woik that a bad firo was avertWe wot of a hand organ who over a longer series of elections than than var anvither agency could ac- never visits a certain street because mass of flames. ed and the great statue saved from rum. of the vessel being frozen in. 3113 which have passed consecutively complish" the Dem-crasuch a result to the credit of the Republican party havcrfWreason to complain of every house therein has an active piano. Died in Poverty. 'A Tough Engineer. Counterfeiters Captured. in all the history of that tho late cleeWi- - liamsuurq ratriol. To quote his own words: "Eet shocka ''-ne powuer in this State An old lady named New Youk, Nov. UvCisTnn, ' iovHoltok, Ka9., Nov. 20. Two men, named organization. my nerva." Boston Transcript. Plattevillo blew up last night-Mrs. Margaret Jerome, who is supposed to A. Hungerford and Chas. Bickle, wer at New York went Democratic in 18S2, a Young man "I want to ask pounds of pow dor were 111 CdW't Carry Him. ffousaud have been the widow of General Jerome, rested hero bj' Government detectives question.'1' Widower "All right, ask in 1S83. in 1S84. iu 18S5 and again 111 mill. The engineer was the only man the noted Confcderut officer, died Thurs- - terdaj on the chargo of making counter crald (Ind.) finds two away." Y. M. "Vou have been marThe Ba ay night in a garret in Goerck street, felt com. Iu the r hou-- e dies and other around. He was blown a long d stance, 1S8C. The most elementary reasoning aud remained insensible for some time. leads to the conclusion that the State causes for decreased ote for the ried three times; tell me me which wife e where she lived great poerty for sotno implements nnd ono bundled nnd lime. Iter body is at the morgue nnd will counterfeit half dollars were found. Windows were shatteied 111 houses miles should be expected to go Democratic Republican candidate for Governor in did you love most?" W. "Vou bite bo interred in Potter's field. The metal was found 111 n bed where tho away. in 1887 and in 1888, because the pres- Massachusetts. The first was the dis- three sour apples, one after the other, . wife of one of the men was lying ill. is the sweetest. tige, the future and the inclination of Four Deaths By Freezing. A Clue to the "The aud then tell me which in satisfaction with Mr. Ames. , Texas Siflinis. Mixi-Nov. 2.1 Two childien tlie party, victorious for four years DK., Noble Bequests. Chicaoo, Nov. 2S. The arrest of Henry second cause," it says, "we find in the producMrs. Hendricks, the landlady named were frozen to death, ten succession, will be enlisted in Philapelviiu Nov. 2T Thewilof tho miles Meisal here, while looking for lost ing such a result, and because that activity of Mr. James G. Blaine as a Sunday diuner) "I am not feeling G" Janscn at this city, lor the attempted at north of muider of his wife, mac lCsiilt in th dis- late Maigareta S. Lewis, which was admit- stock. Two young men (brothers) named party is now and then will be in execu- Republican leader. This revived the and I am becoming bequeaths over two all well covery of tho man w ho threw the bomb into ted to probate "control of the Government of the worst memories that pertained to tho conscious of the faet that I am not as the ranks of the police at theHaymniket hundred thousand dollars to religious and Suns were frozen to doath while returning tive frost work. Commonwealth and of the United Republican party in its later action. strong as I used to be." Dumlcy (symphiluuthropic.il purposes. meeting. States. It did more- - It gave evidence which pathetically) "Ono never appreciates Bad Start Around the World. Nicho'as Not Wanted. Distressing Accid nt al Akron. The House of Representatives of the seemed to mark tho further degenera good healtli until one has lost it. If SiviNMU, Nov. 2. Captain F A. Sorn, Nov. 2.1 The Bulgaran Govern- Fiftieth Congress will be securely tion of the party. Mr. Blaine, appear- vou arc not feeling strong, Mrs. HendAlice, tho little Akron, O., Nov. 20 Cloudmau, of Kondout, N. Y., staited fiom daughter of George Gndlcy, an Akron tinment, oplj ing to a note from tho P01 te on Democratic. We may be sure that the ing in public as a Republican leader, ricks, perhaps I had better carve tho the tw en t sloop here next House of Representatives will be identified himself with the Republican turkcv."-- X V. Sun. yacht Outing on a trip around the world. ner, was left to take care of tho baby while tho subject of Prince Nicholas of and practical. party wherever it existed. He was a to Before go.ng ten miles he ran aground 111 her mother went to a neighbor's. When fuses to accept the thione of Bulgaria, re- moderate, business-likA young lady was sitt'ng with her the mud, and did not get off until mid- Mrs. Gridley returned a few minutes after date, and says Prince Nicholas as a candi- Wo maybe sure that the present House heavy load to carry in Massachusetts. lover in a charmingly decorated recess. in tho of , that Turkey's action Alico was lying on the ior dead. Tho night. iu its final session Not alone the Independents, but many rocking ehair had tipped her over upon matter is incompatible with tho treatj of during the ensuing winter, will be Republicans'had come to feel that with On her knee was a diminutive n:ccc Brlin. Succi's Secret. the stove, burning her face and causing adjoining room, with the door marked by a chastening sense of re- Mr. Blaine's defeat two years ago there In an were the rest of the company. Paw, Nov. 23. Succi commences his concussion of tho brain. act ought to be an end of him as a candi-dit- e open, Killed in a Collisior. sponsibility, which will lead It to The med.cal commitniece, in a jealous aud second fast saw Says the little Aged Lady Burned to Death. prudently, for the PlTToBUUCH tee appointed to watch him refuse to do so P., Nov. 2.1 The tluough cautiously. than passing slowly, doing him pressing Presidency.to They goal vcrv audible voice: "Auntie, kiss nic. , necessary to reveal the secret of directly the that because ho declines O., Nov. 26. At Meadville, express on the Cleveland and Pittsburgh little more Clevchn-oimagine what had r by , bills, and not trying to again; they saw tho Republican press too"" I leave voa to the liqueur ued hfin him. or to Byllesby, aged under the same con- Pa., yestcrdaj-- Mrs. Mary to death whila railroad collided with a fi eight tram, near appropriation "You should say twice, with happened. to fast eighty-seve"was burned here, killing the fireman and severely inrevive or unsettle any of these large of the State defending and even eulois not grammar, was ditions. alone iu her room. juring the ongiuecr nnd baggageinaster-questions which the people have pre- gizing his speeches; they saw most Ethel, dear: tworejoinder. Clever EirJ, Louisville Killing for Chicago. ferred should not be brought to a de- discouraging of all Mr. Blaine invited the immediate The Fenians Fire Rossa. Fierce Sttjim in Nev.' Jersey. LocisVille, Kr., Nov. &. VoouC 4,500 to take :i part ia their own canvass. that! We Critic cision at the present time. New Youk, Nov. SO. At a general con.. hogs were received heie from t h.cago toChestnut Bolls.-He- ar will also be seen that many of the Thcv were disheartened and disgusted. PiuiaDELViiu.'-NoIt 5. A cyclo.ifa 0 day. Inquiry showed that heavy ship- vention of tho To liau Brotherhood, hold in storm the local and rfthus incy oecamc indifferent to tho the tinkle of bells swept ovr Gloucester Couuty, New looses in Congressmen are due to ments have been coming in steadily from this city on Tuesday aud Wednesday of th.a uieioay several days; also that the hogs week, all official connect on of O'Donovan Jersey damngingsoveral buildings. and personal causes. Districts n est. canvass." there for What a world of anc.eut ug their . a littlo with tho Brotherhood was South and East have got tired of voting are killed, the meat to Armour ;and tho ltocsagovernment ot the rder was thor- Char.es W nne, a brick-yarforetells ng. owner at Co., in Tho The doctors are falling into agreet'mr How they tins t meat equipped back was probably f itally ciushed bj-- timfor the same men. There was a disThrough the sn?r heatea air, Chicago. It is said that Fred Lieb & Sons oughly reorganized. There are var.oua bers falling on bun The windowa of a position in manv quarters to have r,cw ment that the excessive use of tea is rumors as to tho cause of Ross 's relega- rauruad Wh lo jou'd g ve most auy thing killed0about fifteen hundred hogs were broken blood brought to the front. The lestilt working great injury to its consumers train near which will bo sbipptd in this way tion to mdiv.duality iu Irish matters, but by the wind and a Glassboro John mule- - there- - 0 most of set down as more deleterpanic occurred among is tho facts are closely guarded by those who the passengers. seen in a Congress which contains Teah now o Armour. chimes, ch racs ch mes. As ho kuow them. perhaps a smaller proportion of re- ious than cffec, especially when taken On the ueii a no eu " CUS!W0rO3 ttom Tarred and Feathered. ., Imndrffl HUllULtu rOtlSlUZ men and a larger proportion of hot Thi" being the case with good A.,.1 elected Five Lives Lost by an Expiobien. Cremated by Hor Clothing. Cor.r.vxA, Mich., Nov. 2S. A feltow tea, it L painful to think that tho artimen new to public functions than anj 3. bid 8. bcl'9, aColamau, who bod mado himoif Mrs. Charles At the hl lamed Chaulottk Mich., Nov. '.. Ssv Yor.K. Nov. .'.I. Tho cle commonly sold nnd usod fa In qmt! . Bella bail, bsltibuoxioua by too ureat familiarity with Omitb mat with a borribiodsntb this morn lUS'boat Sue. It e m osplodjd .Uboiler cf ths which has asscmblod for twenty years Hy bslo t'aat which cur gratid At th ill natf f af:r:uo.t In tbo United gtntps, Wt MoktttC landlord' wife, was dr;K8". fiosa hed. iug. While working about tho Uoueo oor at Iba foolct JJig.'.tli uttMt it . fc8' tlvcr, . y a reub, turred ad feethcrd, ind in darting causht fir?, and sb tm "jaraed ts shlKlp? lite 1'l.r uud Ths Presidotii'j ivunui crjr spin I MiiMtipM rtttertfi l.i,.fi IIf n;eu. raotd to ieT? tit Pieriipi crt maintain tlisU any tvuernpi !? r. '"" X Anarcuisl3' ,asMebsrt. 5f?Sctwelt "V1'1 Solomon staited at ouca to Ottawa o "have tho Clerk issue tho ijv judgo Scott grantsd the su- - Until Sprlnff. n, Ii.l..Nov.2o. At 11 o'clock e,?'J -- tho-loA- er -- lime-iKiam- !,L ?i? tany-jmruouia- o rftT n K5t-3ration resnonsiblo hold tho s and for these set for thesji 13 JMRiiwV They declare that Scholars, backs mt tho Hands of Harvard' Koth Old and Young Instructive Words. Mr. ClewHllLll'iHi'' ot concerned himletails of politics, self with There was a warmth and heartiness but that heS iMfrHd iB reasonably con- about tho greeting extended to Mr. side rate nun, 1110 power, ng, of the rights Cleveland irf Boston that testified how1 and, rel degree, whose close and. htrong are tho bonds that of pohjt rship of the party priniac, unite him to the people. It was a sponatte Mari' VBBS uus in contests of taneous tribute to a faithful official, is large'fu jKtti aUSte ud bv the consent honest, straightforward public servant, of large who places duty before every thing and justify thi3 con- 'there Iks with men on it staunch aud trrto under all eircum- -. elusion; laces of business. stances. In the oldest and mosfteuil-- tho stre nent university in America, surroundad. oron lejfelMB, travel, finds that rty respected, that by tho- - most distinguished, represent! t!fi'rres: u, that his lirm-au- d education...... r hionestf. jives aim m that his the jDcraocratio mro. nal way of doing w.isfho reciptcnt . . or Jiqi , t jr W 'R eccdeut and out s ofr.Hovi-hHgIun- u .- vfc i- &'? "Z1 to-th- ... yf"' Xt- THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD. Oliver Dalrymplo state? that ho will put in 31.0J0 acres of crops nnst D season in Dakota. whale fishery is being A large established ou the west end of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Farmers of Kansas say that tho acreage of fall wheat will be greater this year than ever before in the history of the State. There aro 4,033,907 farms in the United States. Illinois having the . est number, 235,711, and P.hodo Island the smallest, 6.21G. and Labor is in demand in mills supplying railway appliances. -The railroad companies are the heaviest buyers of products of iron and steel anil lumber, and their orders at the,'" present time are at least double .tho volume at any preceding date PWs-burla-rgh , r. v risvJSlii3su: - it-ac- D-n- Seu-ve- v, jack-knif- e, a-- -- 1 q LIFE-SAVIN- G .on-er- al udt-iit- t Hou-aton- ic 1 to-da- v t wine-ioo- m s Kam-akur- a, forty-seve- 1 fifty-thre- three-fourth- ighM-igb- 2-- sei-v.c- -- st f y k' . n . a r YnriUiWi;fe!K5urt2. ar..h i 11 11 11 sewing-machin- e, -- Two-Ce- t. t-- io ante-beUui- Col-lci- rc , t-- en-gac- d piaer-mee'-m- to-da- in, horse-powe- r, al "J d. seven-year-ol- d 1 lat m C, . Jfc ts 2---. - " j-- e rvc u 111 sixty-thre- Bomb-Throwe- r. to-da- v, to-da- 1 to-da- y 1 1 four-foot Mingre-iia'selecti- e 11 Reprcs'-ntatives- allow-anothe- n, -- bells-Ches- tnut to-da- y, dis-olve- d. d 1 to-da- y, UiSS$1SW I m m m m - la fr ' ; ."V,-. , ?"' it's. 5, 'J""--- r 3-- ?- . - ..JL. I i Jf . XJ&rt-FT r t?m .v mmmmmmWBPiv - " 7V xj. -- - V '- ',J-ii- r - -- i V i SUBJECT. ring on tho third finger of your left hand it is, that your Heavenly Father command tho angel of mercy concerning your husband at his conversion, as In the parable of old : "Put a ring on hU hand." No letter of more importance ever camo to the great city of Corinth, situated on f 4r'?' . v. A DELICATE How It WasgHandled by Rov. T. Do Witt Talmago, D. D. 'Ill Hie Matter of Church Attendance, Should the ATI Co Go with the Husband, or thr lluabitnit Go with the Wife?" A Great Question. " e i ? what was called the "Bridge of the Sea," and glistening with sculpture, and Batcd with a stylc-obrass the magnificence of which tho following ages have not been able successfully to imitate, and overshadowed by the fortress of Bhookltx, N. Y., ov. 2S. Mr. Talmage rock two thousand feet high I say, no letpreached this morning on tbc subject: ter ever came to that great city of more im'.Should the Wife Go to Church with Her portance than that letter in which Paul Husband, or the Husband with His Wife!" puts the two startling questions. " What "Let knowest thou, oh wife, He took for his text Genesis 13: whether.thou shalt there be no strife, I pray thee, between mo save thy husband! Qrhow knowest thou, and between my herdmen and thy oh man, whether t hou shalt save thy wife i" and thee, hcrdmen; forwebo brethren. Is not the The dearest sacrifice on tho part of" the one whole land before theo!" The sermon was is cheap if it rescue tho other. Better go to as follows: the smallest, weakest, most insignificant Uncle and nephew, Abram and Lot, both church on earth, and be in etersuch pious, both millionaires, and with nal bliss, than pass your carthljvmcmbcr-shi- p lowing large flocks of bleating sheep ami in u most gorgeously attractive church cattle that their lierdmcn got into a light, while your companion stays outside of perhaps about the Dest pasture, or the bst evangelical privilege. Betterjhave the watef privilege, orliecauso the cow of ouo drowning saved by a scow or sloop than let got hooked the horns of the other. Not him or her go down while you sailiby in thu their poverty of opportunity, but their gilded cabins of a Britanuic oLa Great wealth, was "the cause of controversy be- Eastern. gfe tween these two men. To Abram, the gloSecond: If both of tho marrieJeouple be rious old Bedouin sheik, such controversy Christians, but one is so naturally conseemed absurd. It was like two ships structed that it is impossible to'enjoy the quarreling for sea room in themiddleof the services of a particular denomination, and Atlantic Ocean. There was a vast reach the other is not so sectarian or punctilious, vineyards, harvests let the one less particular go with'tlic other of country, and plenty of room in illimitable acreage. who is very particular. As for myself, 1 us agree to dif- feel as much at home in one denomination "Now,"' says Abrain, fer. Hero are mountain districts, swept by of evangelical Christians as another, and I the tonic and sea breeze, or with wide reachthink I must have lwen born verynear tho ing prospect, or there is the plain of the line. I like the solemn roll of thejEpisco-pa- l Jordan, with tropical lyxuriance. You may liturgy, and I like the spontaneity of have either.',' the Methodists, and I like the itnportanco Lot, who was not as ricli a Abram. and given to the ordinance of b.ntisai by the might have been expected to take the .sec- Baptists, and IIiko the 'mmmm .the Con ond choice, made the lirst selection, and and I like t rnment made and the sublime doctrine with a modesty that must have byte- of Abram smile, said to him: "You may rians, and I like many of ustas and the fine prcsrect; I will good as anv I have mentione, have the could tako the valley of the Jordan, with all its happily live, and die, &uC d bo luxuriance of and the river to buried from any of them xj0jksg00tKHh:, and the genial climate, But others are born with so and un- and' the wealth immeasurable." So the bending and inexorable a 111 or some controversy was forever settled, and d ecessity Abram carried out the tuggestion or denomination that it is a po e. What the text "Let there be no strife, pray they have the advantage of tr thee, between thee nd me, and between thev were intended to be in eccresiasticism my herdraen and thy herdmen. Is not tho was written iu the sides of their cradle, if the father and mother had eyes keen enough to itrholc land before thee!"' see it. They would not stop crying until ""Well, in thU, the last quarterof the nineteenth century, and in this bcautifur land, they had put into their hands as plaything-- a Westminster Catechism or the Thirty-nin- e which was called America, after Araericus Articles. The whole current of tlu-Vespucius, but ought to have been called temperament and thought and character Columbia, after iti discoverer, Columbus, we have a wealth of religious privilege and runs into one sect of religionists as natopportunity that is positively bewildering. urally us the James river iuto the ChesaChurches of all styles of creeds, and of all peake. It would be a torture to such perbtyles of governments, and all styles of sons to be any thing outside of that one worship, and all styles of architecture. church. Now.let the wife or husband who is not so constructed sacrifice the milder prefWhat opulence of ecclesiastical opportunity! 2ow, while in desolate roglous there erence for tho one more inflexible and rigormay be only one church, and it must be ous. Let the grapevine follow the rugoMtios hickory. that or nothing, in the opulent district of and sinuosities of the oak orChristian Abram, grace, this country there is such u profusion that the richer in flocks of there ought to be no difficulty iu making a should say to Lot. who is built on a smaller selection. No light about vcMinciits, or scale : ' Let there be no strife. I prav thee, between me and thee, anil between between liturgical or adherIs not tho ents, or as to baptismal modes, or a handful my herdmen and thy of water as compared with a riverful. If whole- land befoie thee!" As you can le Abram prefers to dwell iu the heights, edified and happy any where, go with your where he can only get a sprinkling from companion to the i hurch to which he or the clouds, let him consent that Lot have she must go or bo miserable. Third : I f both the married couple are very all the Jordan in which to immerse himself. 4,Lct there be no strife, I pray thee, strong iu their sectarianisms, let them atbetween me and thee, and Initween my tend the different churches. preferred. It herdmen and thy herdmen. Is not the Is not necessary that you attend the same hurch. Religion is between your conwhole land before thee J" science ami your God. Like Abram and Especially is it unfortunate when families Lot, agree to dider When on Sabbath allow, at the breakfast, or dinner, or moimng you come out of the door of yoor angry discussion as to which is the home together, and ouo goa one way and best church or denomination, one at ono the other the other, heartily wish each end of the table .saying he could not endure other a good sermon and a time of profitathe rigid doctrines of I'resbyteriauism ; ono ble devotion, and when yon met at at tho other end responding that she never tin noonday repast let it boevWeoteach to could stand the forms of Episcopacy; and each, and to your children and imv one at one side of the table saying he did hlp. that yu have Ixith (Mitfci' not understand how anybody could bear t he of Transfiguration. uliliotijfh yen went by noise in the Methodist Church, and another tlwt yoa have both declaring all the Baptists bigots. There different piths, andBread of Llfei though been foil by the arc hundreds of families hopelessly split on kwaded by different hand?, in different occlesiasticism. and iu the middle of every tray, and baked in different ovens. d'ussion on such subjects there is a kindBut how about the I urn ling of indignation, and it needs some old often asked bv hundreds chihirea!' ; Let or parent-father Abram to come and put his foot on tliem also make their choice. Tiny will the loaded fuso before the explosion takes grow up with reverence for both of the deplace and say: "Let there be no strife, nominations represented by father and 1 pray thee, between me and thee, and mother, if you, by holy live, coaineud hcidmen and thy herdmen. Is those denominations. If tho fathai live not tie whole land efore thee!" the better life, they will have the imre 1 : subject never before underopinion of his denomination. 'If the taken j any pulpit, for it is an excecdingly mothor lives tho better life, they witi mve delicate subject. and if not rightly handlrd the more favorable opinion of her might give serin: JonVKi--, ?ut Tapproach And some day both the jurcnts it without; the slightest for I will, for at least one service, so tol tho am sure I have the Divine diction in iho same church. The neighbor.-- , will 'I matters I propose to present It is a tre- wonder what if going on for I saw mendous question, asked all over Christenour neighbor anil his wiTe, who always go dom, often asked with tears and sobs and to different churches, going arm-iarm to heart breaks, and involving the peace of the same sanctuary!" . families, the eternal happiness of many Well. I will tell j ou what lus !rtcht souls: In the matter of church attendance them together, to should the wife go with the husband, or the altar. Something very important h;S haphusband go with tho wife pened. Their son uniting with First, remember that all the evangelical the church. He is hstanding in theaisks churches have enough truth iu thorn to taking the vows of a Christian. lie had save the soul and prepare us for happiness been somewhat wayward, and ga e father on earth and in Heaven. I will go with and mother a good denl of anief, but you into any theological prayers have been ansv.eri'd.in his library, and I will show vou sermons from, conversion, and as he stands i:i the and ministers in all denominations that set the minister of religion saj s: "Do aie conyoa forth man as a sinner and Christ as a de- secrate yourself to God who made i.d reliverer from sin and sorrow. That is the deemed y.iu. and do you promise trfscrvo whole Gospel. Get that into your soul and ILin all your days!" And with manlf voice you are fitted for the here and tho herehe- answers: 'I do." There is aa April after. The world has twenty-siletters in shower in the pew where father and Mother its alphabet, and there are only two letters sit. and a rainbow of joy .'which in the Gosiwl alphabctS and C; S standboth their souls that i makes ing for our sin, C standing for Christ, our arches intuitcsi-maof all differences creed rescue, blessed be His glorious name forAnd the daughter, who ui been ever! In any church where you can very worldly, and gay. and thoughtless, thoroughly learn these two letters', and all puts her life on the nltar of consecration, they stand for, you ought to be edified and and as the sunlight of that Sabbath streams happy. through tho church window and falfe upon There- are differences, we admit, and her brow and cheek, iie looks life their some denominations we like better than daughter, whose face waslynir.ed others. But suppose three or four of lis ether the brightness of another world, on with make solemn agreement to meet each other the day when the Lord took her ilto His now in Chicago on important Heave.ily keeping years ago. 1 should a week not business, and one goes by the New York wonder if. after all, these parents piss the "by the Eric railCentral railroad, another evening of their life in the .samcchtffch, all road, another by the Pennsylvania raildifferences of church preference overcome road, another by the Baltimore & Ohio by the joy of being in the house'ef God railroad. One goes this way, because the where their children w;io prepiitd for mountains arc grander; another takes this, usefulness and Heaven. IS because tho cars are more luxurious; anBut I can give you a recipe for raining other that, lecause the speed is greater; la Angrily ginother takes the other, because he has your children. your church contend asd the is right the iongjieen accustomed to that routo and all household that tb6inploycs are familial. So far as our church of your companion is wrong. fBring engagement is concerned it makes no dif- sneer aud caricature to emphasUejyour ference if we only get there. Now, any opinion, and your children will mate up their minds that religion- is a shao, and one of the innumerable evangelical denomthey will have none of it. In the northeast inations, if you practice its teaching al- storm of domestic controversy Mio r5se of though some of their trains run on a broad "gauge and some on a narrow a ill bring Sharon and the lily of the talley will not grow. Ficht about you out at the city of the New Jerusalem. succesMon; fight about Hectic ;ind being evident that you will be safe in It light about bigtism; any of the evangelical denominations, I free agency; bishopiA flight tight about the proceed to remark, lirst : If one of the married couple oe a Christian and the other about gown and siiroliee.iUBg the not, the one a Christian is bound to go any- religious prospects of vour chil where to a church where the unconverted left dead on the field. You vi coflfrir!CSjriiig (ago, if he or she wdl fortunate as Charles. Dine o KO to uo other. You, of the connubial part- who in battle lost a diamnn nership, are a Christian ; you are safu for nation, for in vour fricht vou the skies: then it is your first duty to se- jewel of salvation for vour e e cure tho safety of your associate. hold. There is nothing again Is not the everlasting welfare of your wifo caey of your own religious th; . i ..!!., impenitent, of your husband impenitent, of an lui.vium urcuincni, orm? alii vtilnc lustrations array all demonstrative facts, more importance than your church relationship! Is not the residence or your com- but let there be no acerbity, no stinging panion for the next tpiadrillion or years a reiori, no mean insinuation, no supercilmightier consideration to you than the iousness, as though all ojhers were wrong gratification of your ecclesiastical taste for and you infallibly right Take a hint from iistroiiiomv. The forty or tifty years! Ptolemaic system made the A man or a woman that would stop ter of the solar system, earth the centhing half a minute to weigh preferences as to was thought to turn round whether ho or she had better go with the the Copernican system the earVU. ISM came, and mado unconverted companion to this or that the sun the center, the church or denomination has no rgligioa at planets revolved. Tho bigot inu'rts his nil, and never has had. and I fear never little belief the center oi every thing, but will have. You are loaded up with what the large Christian makes the Sun of you suppose to be religion, but you are Righteousness the center, and all denomilike Captain Frobishcr, who brought back nations, without any clastingand each at from his voyage of discovers a of Its own light and in its owntsnhcrc, rewhat he supposed valuable minerals, yet, volving around it instead of being silver and gold, were nothOver of ing but common stones of the field, to bo minster the tomb is Dean Stanlev, in Westj Abbey, the 0f Scripthurled out finally as useless. Mighty God J ure: "Thy commandments are exceeding In all Thy realm is there one man or broad. Let no woman professing religion, yet so stolid, like tho bridge man crowd us ou.,.to a path Al Sir.tt wMm. so unfitted, so far gone unto death, that medan thinks leads from, this, world over there would be any hesitancy in surrenderthe abyss or ing all preferences before such an oppor- of the bridgehell Into paradise; the breadth less than r .t.v-- i tunity of salvation and heavenly reunion! spider, or edge It you, a Christian wife, "are an at- off the edgesthe which or a surord or razor, of tendant upon this Brooklyn Taber the way is not wide manv fall. Vo: while enough to take with us nacle, and your unconverted husband any of our ..n sms.it is wiilo .n,,i. docs not come here, because he does not Chrisuau believers to peril like its preacher, or its music, or its arch- into everlasting safetv. itecture, or its uncomfortable crowding, But and goes not to any house of worship, but you do not any of you depend upon what would go if you would accompany him may call a sound creed for salvation A man somewhere else, change your church rela- New own all the statutes or tho State ol l ork, and yet not tions. Titki you hymn-boohomo with man may own all the be a lawvei. and a best medicine treat- you Say good-byto vour friends a PhV3lcia; wdaman may ft,01 in tho acighbjring prws, and go with Uim mo,' best works oa palntiug aud to an? one of u hundred churchoj, till ids wAU saved an hs Join you in ths march arcnittctl ruid a ) ni ..fL iSjff impsriust ounl ere4 In the w,rM-nyot not bs I Acro-Corinthu'st: y corn-field- s, 'KKi corn-Hold- great-t-oule- 1 u al tea-tabl- e, ai-ai- ii to-tl- ie 1 uutk-rtak- a bnom-inatku- i. to-da- sj: u arm-in-ar- 1 to-ia- y well-selecte- d th-'i- r - x l. - fi-o- - -- ipos-toli- c life-tim- 11 I and-eve- n around-whic- ship-loa- d pa-sag- Tn-,- ,. th-r- pass-withou- t k --- to-da- e "i i, u,-jj- . m-- tf-- d .i - Brown Bread: Ono cup sponge, ouo cup cornmeal, two cups coarse Hour, two tablespoons molase. a little as vou salt: wet with milk. Stir can. Let stand in pans till raised. Toledo Blade. Ham Pic: Make a crust the samo as for soda biscuit; line your dish; then put in a layer of potatoes sliced thin, pepper, salt, and a little butter; then a layer of lean ham; add considerable water, and you will have an excellent pie. Chicago Journuf. Rev. A. A. Horton. of Sheffield, s To purify a room, pour a of vinegar upon red-hcinders Pa., was walking home from Tiona the and let the vapor till the room; then other night when six men stopped him open doors and windows. Cold water and demanded his money. He handed them thiity cents. They searched him abser'is bad odors; keep some in chamber utensils, but do not drink water for more, but found none, and told him tnat has stood very long in a sleeping to go on. Before he went Mr. Horton made this remark: "Gentlemen excuse room. Louisville' Outlook: ("lean irons are one of the marks of the expression the next time you hold up a stranger, be sure that he is not a the reef sloping at various angles, a good housekeeper. If your irons Methodist an average of one in fifteen. JM' preacher." N. Y. Sun. trouble ou dropping black specks theory is that in time the sides of from the top or sides when ironing, reef will meet at some great depth put them iuto a pan of warm soapsuds A station indicator is the latest in.supposed by some to be one thousand and give them a thorough scrubbing. vention, recently patented by a young feet, by others more: and that Dry them quickly or they will rust. lawyer of Nashville, Tenn. The mathen we shall arrive at the aper- Good Housekeeping. chines can be attached to each car in a ture forming the bottom of the train, and of a cord a Graham Bread: One pint of gra- brakeman by the pulling approaching funnel. Whether that hole will again registers the expand into i further cavity is'0f ham and one pint of wheat Hour, one station. The dial on which tho words eour-e- . matter for speculation. It should teaspoonful of .sugar, ono teaspoonful are printed is iu full view of the pasbe remembered that the diamonds were of salt, two teaspoonfuls of baking sengers. not formed where they are now found. powder, and ono ami a half pints of Sift together graham Hour, The Prince of Wales has set the The hot Hijtiid containing the diamonds milk. sugar, salt and powder, leaving out fashion of wearing wido and fori-cwas by "uiue great cataclysm of hats in England. nature, throng:, t'le s.did earth, the the coarse bran which wdl be found in bulging-- in tiie sides of the mine being tho sieve; add tho milk; mix quickly very soft and shaly, showing where the into a smooth, soft djugh, which pour Washington policemen are required into rock was not stithcientlv hard to resist .i ..i two small greased tins and bakec to wear white gloves anu carry canes once hi a rather hot oven twenty-the enormous pressure. Now it haJL; minutps. Protect with paper ten while on duty. been observed that iu Kimbcrlov The Caterer. TjxrrED States Senator BtACKnunx says must have been 10 distinct gerbread: One cup each of Red Star Cough Cure is safe and reliable. in Diitcit.sp.in, 25; in llultf Trice a bottlo asses, butter and "louo-rcd- " and in Do Beer-- , S: ami tin ilk or cream, four and a half cups of proved bv the varung nature of the Theiu: are 103 species of ground. If one uphe;ial only ial Hour, one teaspoonful of soda, sifted nhurks. Takr your different Dttroit Free choice. twice with th-- ' Hour, one tablcspoouful J'rem. taken place the center of the tunnel fied would have contained one particular of ginger, one teaspoonful of mixed Great cathedral of eternity, with arc'nes kind of soil. As the mill cinnamon, three eggs: beat clerk. A".lico wkaitek" is xo deeoer a m.ice and molas-e- s, of amethysts, and pillars of sapphire, and Xativnal WetkTy. sugar, butter and , aglow with great alt 'ration - noted in fie clurac-te- r together floor of emerald, and window-of the soil. Tlie hae actually spies until they are very light: put in the sunlight of Heaven ! What wide aisles, A Sad Case of I'oUonlnc the milk, beaten eggs and finally Hour. spacious enough to allow empires to enter! found pieces of the top reef and top is that of any mau or woman soil at the depth of four hundred feet. Stir vigorously for live minutes and disease or derangement of theafflicted with pilcd-uWhat amphitheaters of splendor, liver, resultgallery,! Princes and This shows that in the suc-- i bake iu a "card." Break instead of ing in poisonous accumulations in the blood, gallery above and Princesses, Kings and Queens bending ceding upheaval- - vacuums wero cutting it and eat with iced milk as an hcrofulousofaffections, diseases the kidneys, lungs or heart. over them What stupendous Uvers,witL forme 1. and the whole finncl accompaniment. Boston Budget. These troubles can be cured only by going chimes and became in a state of tumult, the upper Snow Cake: Three fourths cup to tho primary cause, and putting tho liver hat tnyuads 'of worshipers, returning to butter, two cups white sugar beaten to in a healthy condition. To accomplish this layers of oidi.ed earth ami coronoted! What an oflieiator their ancient depths to give place to a cream, result speedily and effectually nothing has altar, even the at the proved itself so efficacious as Dr. I'lerce'.--i Great the other carbonaceous matter wjich, starch, one cup milk, one cup of corntwo eups Hour, two heaping Uolden Medical Discovery," which has High Priest of our profession'" AVhat never failed to do tho work claimed for It, walls, hung with the captured shields ami b successive exposure to the atmos- teaspoons baking powder: mix cornstarch. Hour and baking powder to- and iicver will. flags, by the church mi litant passed up to phere, became oxidized, and the yellow color seen -- o frct'iiontiy in gether, add to toe "butter and sugar be the church triumphant! What doxolocu-Wiikn two pjKilists step into the ring of all nations! Coronet to coronet, cvmbal th. heaps and embankments of re- alternately with the milk: lastly add what kind of a musical composition are It is a remarkable fact, whites of seven egg- - beaten still'. to cymbal, harp to harp, organ to organ ! jected debris Pull out the treniUleut stop to recall the and ono which - dillicult to accuint Flavor with almond. Icing: Boil two they going to perform?" inquired one travsufferings past ' Pull out the trump t stop for, that all the diamonds fiom cups sugar in one half cup water, boil eling man of another, "(live it up." "A to celebrate the victory ! the various African mines have a dis- until it becomes a thick syrup: pour knock turn," was the reply. ' When hal! the-- : eves thy Ucaen huill ralls tinctive personality. Experts will toll this while hot over the whites "of two Anil iv.ri. belioid: Wiut can be moro disagreeable, more y the diU'civiic between a parcel of eggs beaten beat together until Thy huiwarks with salvation .'ron?. than to sit in a room with a gems ami Dutoitspau gem-- , be- thick and cold, ll.ivor with vanilla. And trcet-. of fUimn;. pUv" who is troubled with catarrh, and nas tween Hultfontcin and .lagcrafoiitcin. Wet abroad knife iu water and smooth to keep coughing and clearing his or her throat of the munis which drops Into it Many of the stones are broken up. dis- the icing on cake. Exchange. A FAMILY RENAMED. Such persons arc always to be pitied if they colored, split and entirely carboniied; try to cure themselves and fail. But if they Story of nn Allegheny Mmi Who l.ii.'d for some of the large pieces of cleavage EARLY COOKERY. pet Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itcmedy there need ears In Ignorance or Ills Name. bo no failure. must evidently at one time hae formed A Subject Whlrli Has Altra.x Commcrcial-Oazctte- . ftiuburj-part of large diamond-- , and it is on of M.inkiml. llir Attention Iu tho Court of Common Picas No. of the rarest possible occasion two stones To 1. 1) in few words: "Boy Gun Glad-F- un Allegheny County the names of Birdinu have ever been found together. Of old the palate ran riot, writes Dr. Blake Bay and Anna L. Hay, his wife, wero I. Milner Folhergill in his excellent Gnu Bust Boy Dut." Majazinc. changed to Birdine Blake Dunlap and Anna work on Dietetic-- . The Homaus were L. Dunlap. It was uKo ordered that the A substitute for rubber Th ordinary STREET GAMINS. last name of their two small children. Alien both epicures and glutt ins. The oys conscience. Marion and Alice Adella. should be changed ters of Britian were conveyed by re, t Yoniijjter-- i Mmij of from Kay to Dunlap. t'niisii illj Sore Tuuoit. etc., Colons. lays of runners to the Komau villas. quickly relieved by Bkown's Uuonciiiai. Whom Might He Made. Ilenpectutite. This is the revival as well as the culnimn remedy, simple tion ol ,i romantic story. Mr. Dunlap. "That group of boys huddling over One epicure ca-- t a slave into his fish TiiociiTcs. to jnil other ami effectual the sumo 6ujenor Sold oiU'j in articles for who was Kay's father, died by the time ho pond to improve the Havor of his lamboxes. jiurpOae. was lrn out in Bedfonl County, and a few the warm grating will be the highwayafterward, when he was but eleven men, burglar.--, tramps and murderers preys. The ino-- t absurd d.shes were months Can anybody tell why popular subscripmonths old. his mother died also, leaving of (if teen years hence," says one who contrived, up to :t pie of nightingales' three boys, himself and two older brother--, has been studying the street boys. tongues. Their tastes were nut ours. tions are so very unpopular. Hotttni Trim-ttri- t Harry and C. K. Dunlap, which was his Fowls were boiled in aniseed water father'- - name. Tins happened in lsj'.i, and Well, he may be right in some cases, and served with a sauce containing in the ame jcar a married man who had no but -- ttrely he - not in all. Itupture radically cared, also Some of mint, mustard seeds and pile tumors anil nsiuuc xampnici t parcluldreu. Jlr. R. ts. Kay, applied to Mr. those dirty, shabby, little asafn'tida. ticulars 10 onus in stanrps. world's Dunlap's relatives, for permission to Nor w.tc the Middle Ages far differMedical Association, Buffalo, '. . which they gave, and he was fellows will not ink; they have the adopt him. ent. Charles V. of Germany was a ability to rise, anil they will. brought up under the name of Ray. His adopted father moved away from his thing that has its tows You will notice, oven among tho notorious gourmand. Besides ordinary A tit. meats, lie nail roasted Horse, cats in lichuid. is the o.ilv family home, livingiwrtof the time in .St. 1'a'tl'JIeraM. worst crowds, some who occasionally Uv. lizard soup, fried frogs, etc.. till and he and his wife raised the boy is dif, when asked for a new dish. as their own son. and as he never heard wash the'r faces and o better Ian Graham-breExoi-ASguagc than the others: some who ouo could only suggest a compote of Generals. hasn't fot many from his brothers nor knew of their existOne watches in allusion to that monarch's ence he grew up under the Ixdief that his day are missing from the crowd of the poor little creature-- , impelled by passion for such adopted father and mother were his real paCoMrixxioXAi. Dofecta nro eradiecttJ. not Anirents. Finally his adopted mother died, an impul-- e ho dofs not understand, mals were chased becau-- e it was found hidden, Uv Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Hill'a Wh.skorDyu.Black or Browu,00c. and shortly afterward his adopted father gets a job." He earns Iioncst money, that the Hesh of hunted bea-t- s was ilnirand followed her. Even on his death-behis and begins to lodge where faces must more tender and palatable than that of love for his adopted boy was so strong that be washed every daw When is butter like Irish children! When He climbs he had not the heart to tell him that ho another step, and is "in an otlice." those killed without strdi preliminary it is made into little pats. A. 11 Telrjram. was not his son. Mr. Birdine Ray. nee After awhile he is promoted, and is preparation. Fowls were thrashed to death to fit them for the table; while Dunlap. entered the war and fought all lr afllicted with Soro Eyes uso Dr. Isaac through it At the same time his two broth- spoken of as "that voting man with one writer gave directions "how to Thompson's EyeWater.Druggists sell Co.'1 Helps roast and eat a goo-- c alive.' No ers were fightiiiK in the same army, posAnd by and by he becomes a man of cruelty to an atrmal was too great to sibly meeting daily and neither them nor A r is always dangerous when it their brother being conscious ol their re- whom men speak with respect as a gratify the palate. The amount eaten, squalls. iAtiell Citizen. lationship. Mr. B.rdine Dumap's brothers, self made man. One of thorn, perhaps too, was enormous. The Bom in had it is true, had heard of his going to the war. that black-eyelittle fellow with the live meals a day; and at great feasts Osvoev Cure. Throat, lung, nerrous but had also heard that he was killed. Aft- long curlintr hair, may some day find the stomach, when full to repletion, Book free. Dr. Geppert, Cincinnati, O er the war they went back to their old out that he loves to draw on the blank was emptied in order that the process home, while Mr. Dunlap came to Pittswall with chalk or charcoal, may grada and no A motto for young lovers burgh. He lived here and married, having ually understand his yearning-- , and of tilling m glit be recommenced. Charles V. was quite as big a glutton father. X. Y. Iwlrpendrnt. two little girls aged thirteen and eleven come in time to be a great artist. The as he was an epicure. At a dinner ol years respectively. BRONcnms is cured by frequent &mall Last year a rumor reached the ears of the cpiiet fellow there, if only some good tho Knights of the Golden Fleee. saw hiin make his way through doses of Piso's Cure for Consumption. two brothers that their brother had not Sabbath -- ehool teacher coaxes him into been killed iu the war. as they had been Jed school, has it in him to be one day a sod beef, roast niitton and baked hare, A yacht is always for saaL JTmvAo-i- i to believe, and they started out to traeo promising 3'otui!; preacher, who, knowafter whi h he fed full well on a capon. TraieUr. him. At length last spring they heard of ing what wret diedn ss is himself, can Nor diil he forget to drink with it all. his living in Pittsburgh, and came to tins Jit I v address the wretched. "He had his head in the glass live times city. One May day as Mr.' Dunlap was livTHE MARKETS. A helping hand, a kind word, a littlo as long as any of them and drank no ing quietly out at home on the hills, at thu mone prop rly will ave most of less at once than a quart of Bhine head of Buena Vista street. Allegheny, in tho-- u -- Irect boys Irom the penitentiary Cincinnati, Nor. 3D Common 25 Q. 2 01 walked his two MVESTOCK-Catt- lebrothers, who or the gallows, and make them at least wine." Then views as to foods varied in tho 3 V, to 3 10 Cboicu Hutciicrs announced their relationship, which was a "K 41 3 TO decent young num. w'dest manner. The English athlete HOGS Common received, as may well lie imagined, with I'O i 4w Good Dirty as he ignorant a he must pl.iced his faith in rare beefsteaks and BIIKEl'-Go- od fuckers choice... n 25 lii considerable incredulity by him. Finally to a 25 in 3 60 they convinced him of the mutual tie bo. the trcet bo is usually shrewd , raw eggs: while the Hindoo wrestlers KIjOUK Knmlly red... Wheal and bright, ready to seie which bound them together, to his bewildertrained on sweetmeats. The English (1HA1N 3 red a ;.-No. ready to understand the value of farmer feeds his .servants on meat in ment and astonishment At flrst his joy at 38 ft 29 mixed .. .. No. Corn A -- . discoveiing some kindred when he thought wealth and respectability, and Hats No. - mixed onkr that they may be equal to do .1100 HAY Timothy No. I himself alone in the world was tempered only a rough plank of help to save him hard work. 6 DO 6CT20 TOII.M CO Medium Leaf... by sorrow at learning that his kind parents from perisning iu the sea of destrucQ, 595 Cook ry books were written by mon Good Leaf were only relations by name. tion. Let nobody withhold the plank, of leaning. Even Dr. .lohiison, of PROVISION'S Pork Mcs.. . '.It 12 Mil 25 3 .X) At his brothers suggestion saylnir to himself: "It is only a street Lard Prima Mem . Dairy tt 20 ttUTTEK-Cboi- ee he determined to take bac-- hi3 old family boy; he is doomed to perdition: let him lictionary fame, d d not think the subO 3) ject benea'h him. "I could write a Chn ce to iancj ctchhutj..t name and discard his adopted name, so m l in 3 201 at. i ps I'er barrel drown."' .V. J". J.cdjcr. better book of cookery than has ever POTATOESl'nme- bithel May he filed a petition in court in accordPer yet been writt-n.-- ' he boasted. "It ance with the net of Legislature regarding NEW VOKK. should be a book on philosophical FLOUlt State and Western.... 2 15 BIRDS OF CUBA. the changing of names, and his petition was 2 W tt M'i granted, and henceforth he will be known principles." So important did he deem r C..y rluiii:i;eil With lluilie N'o the subject that he sr.id contempt-oulNo. 2 red.- ; us a member of the Dunlap family. 4J Larger Tliati llutterllles. Corn No. 2 mixed..... ....... 35 woman nia3' spin, but she "A ....- ttHfta Oats mixed.. 10 j5 Throughout the woods a'ld groves i.an not make a good book of cookery." POKK-M- css Remedy for Damp House. 6 ,ej, Western steam Decorator and Furnisher. Hit a variety of bird-- -, whose dazzling Dr. Kitchener, the author of "The LAUD CHICAGO. People who are unfortunate ouougn to colors defy the palett of th artist. Cook's Oracle,"' had a library of works FLOUR Wisconsin winter $3 M ftlM live in damp houses, particularly near levotcd to foo I and cookery, consist- GRAIN Wheat No. S red laud, are apt to think that there is Here the loquacious parrot utters his S MH No.2 Chicago Spring no heln for them save in removal. They harsh natural notes: there the red ing of no less than two hundred and Corn-C 3TJ, 2 fifty volum s. It can not bj sai that nre mistaken. Successful cxjicriinents flamingo watches by the shore of the Oats No. 2 ?,:?-310 ?. .subject has not received considcr- - POKK-M- css have shown that it is quite possible to maa o inution in all ages. dood ohs- - LAUD Steam HAI.T1MOHK. terially improve the atmosphere for such lagoon, Iho waters dved bv the roJleo - tion of his scarlet iduninicr,ItHiu"i neigh1orhoods in a very simple manner 3 fo . ...... lly H e0 by tho planting of the laurel and sunflower. require, a volume to describe the vege ' MK 2 &? The laurel gives off an abundance of ozone, table and animal kingdom of Cuba, FOOD FOR HOGS. Corn.MlxeJ but SJ fc Oats Mixed whilst the sunflower is potent in dest toyII 0j Pork Mess PROVISIONS ing the malarial condition. These two, if among the most familiar birds are the The rtult of Koeilinp rt-t- f rlmentg at t!i 4 KJSJ 4 50 quality CATTLE-Fi- rst WNcomiii Agricultural Station. blue-bir' r ! 5 planted on the most restricted scale In a golden robin, tho the catUOGS garden close to the house, will be found to bird, the Spanish woodpecker, the INDIANAPOLIS. Tho Wisconsin Agricultural Experispeedily increase the dryness and salubrity g No.2 rod paroquet and the pedo-rcv- ment Station has been making some GKAIN-Wh- eat mixed ......................... 1 O .j!-; of the atmosphere and rheumatism, if it. Corn with its red throat an breast foedingexperiments, and .imougothers. i?V Oats mixed.... does not entirely become a memory of tho and its head ami body. nine plain bred pigs with some BerkLOUISVILLIJ. past, will lie largely alleviated. Few 4 50 4 00 -- .. FLOUR-- A No. 1 aw: aware of tho proper- There is also a great variety of shire blood in them, were used to dett 74 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red wild pigeons, blue, gray and white; ties of tlae sunflower l, Corn mixed the English lady-bir23! with a bluo termine the relative value of Oats mixed 10 M shorts, and a mixture of the two, PORX-M- ess head, scarlet breast and greu and I'jior-- j UiiKracIomly t; run led. "J? LAKD-Stewhite back; thu indigo-bird- , (Philadelphia Call.) .5 the for feeding purposes. The pigs, wcigli-.on Luff!.... 2 2o O 2 00 ii golden-winge5 60 wore sepwoodpecker, the ib:s, Medium Lear about ISO pounds each, The recipient of favors from the ungra8 50 7 SO Good Leaf cious is to be pitied. However substantial and main smaller -- peci.'s. like the arated into three lots. Lot No. 1 was Of this later family fed wet corn meal; lot No. '2 wet shorts, the benefit, there is a sud feeling of dis- humming-bird- . comfort and humiliation in its acceptance, there are said to be sixty difterent va and lot No. ;1 a in'xture of each in for the pleasant, gracious manner of giv- rieties Laclt lot was red PMiml lirouorttons. suflicicittlv individualized ing, which so sweetens the gift, is lacking. in size and other peculiarities to bo -v- all they "would cat up clean for 4'J The ungracious oflen humiliate, although easily identific by ornithologists. I (lavs. The corn was estimated at 35 According to the bcit authorities, originate! la a they generally do so unwittingly; and Some of these birds arc actually I bushel, and thes'iorts cost 70 morbid condition of the Mood. Lactic &cM.cusa there is htmlly any task more repugnant Ui larger in both than butterflies, no cciits per 100 Dounds. The result in by the decomposition of tho gelatinous and albumid omits tier oue's feelings than having to ask a favor of with not so large of minous tissues, circulates with th? blood and attack! a spread of wing. A dicated that to produce a pound the abrous tissues, particularly in the joints, and them. Even when pretty certain of being humming-bird'nest, composed of cot- pork with meal alone cost 1.3 cents, re- thus caues lbs local manifestations of the disease. granted, we know just the grating little are It re- The back and shouldersand the parts usually afwas quiring 5.3 pounds of meal. sentence by which the granting will be ac- ton, interlaced with horse-hair- , fected by rheumatism, the Joints at the knees, companied, and the ungracious air, milling sdiown the author at Buena Esperanza. quired tho same amount of shorts, cost-in"- - ankles, blps and wrists nro also someUmcs attacked. a plantation near Guinea. to produce a pound of inpeople haro found in Hood's sjioiling due gratitude. It was Thousands of 3.7 cents our temper and a positive and permanent cure for rheumaabout twiee the sre of a lady's thim- crease. But 3.3 cents worth of the by Its purifying and tism. ble and contained two eggs no lar"er mixture produced tho same result. action ThU medicine, correct) the cauo Tiullilng Ev'ekt relation which wc occupy hath its on the blood, cf ths disduties; every hour with which our life is than common peas. The nest wa" a While a single experiment l by no ease. &nd It also gives strength to every function of lengthened out hath its Divine purpose. marvel of perfection, the cott n bcino means conclusive, it would indicatj the body. If you suffer from rheumaUfm try These relations were not ordained by God bound cunningly and securely together that a mixture of corn and shorts will Hood's Sarsaparilla. I -About a year ago wai pretty well rundown, only to please us, and ought not to bo in- by the long horse-hair- s of which there make cheaper pork than corn alone, being troubled with rheumatism and Indigestion, dulged in with that idea; chiefly they are were not more than three or four. Huconsiderably and my blood being very poor. I began to taka even when shorts cot the means for our growth in gacc Hood's Sarsaparilla and It gave tao great relUf." man finger.-- could not have done it .so marc than the pr'ce paid at the Wisloos Lewi-)- , To rriogton. Conn. deftly. 1'rooably (lie bird that built consin Experiment Station. Experit.ic ntvst and laid the eggs did not ments with regard to the value of Is Heaven thero will bo no more tears. we'gh. all Hedged over half an ounce cooked and uncooked food at the staIt is tearless because if is sorrowless; it is L'arrots settle on the sour orange trees tion indicated that it co:t one-ha013 1T all dntMiiu. Ill itx for M. TnpttU sorfowlcss because it is siulsss- itisninlsss when the fruit la rlpo, and CO IsmB, XtMi T C. 1. XCOO fifty ujr.y bu eotit mota par pound to make pork u:causs it is the dwaUlns pUcc cf lbs Holy wiit'tnl bv r net jit jt frtsin a.0' "i" fyad, ttnart from tlu Ood end cl the 'opirit; of iut mca Lcl'4 VifiriV t'vr.ntfi M'33 f K.'iMnj?. mttl? ticrlctiU"'Rrt,,a"r -dau-gero- Christian. Not what you Tiavo in your head or on your tongue, but in your heart and in vour life, will decide every thing. In olden times in England, berore tho modern street lamps wero Invented, every household was expected to have a lantern suspended in front of his house, and tho cry of tho watchmen in London as they went along at eventide was: "Hang out your lights!" Instead of disputing in your house about the different kinds of lantern, as a watchman on tho walls of Zion I cry : Let your light so shine before men that thev, seeing your good works, may glorify your Father which is in Heaven." Hang out your lights! You may have a thousand ideas about religion, and yet not the great idea of pardoning mercy. It is not the number of your ideas, but tho greatness of them. A mouse hath ten offspring in her nest, whilo the lioness hath one iu her lair. All ideas about forms and ceremonies and church government put together arc not worth that one idea of getting to Heaven yourself and taking your family with you. But do not reject Christianity, as many do, because there are so many sects. Standing in Westminster Hotel, London, I looked out of the window and saw three clocks, as near as I can remember one on the Parliament House, another on St. Margaret's Chapel, another on Westminster Abbey, and they wero all different. One said twelve o'clock at noon; another said 11 :"; another said V2.W. I might as well have concluded that there is no such thing as time, because the three were different, as for you to conclude that there is no such thing as pure Chris tianity, because the churches differ m their statement of it It is about twelve o'clock noou oi the glorious Gospel dispensation, although the church clocks somewhat differ, aud under the present light you have no excuse for neglecting j our duty because you do not like tin or do not like that. How shall we escaj-- if wc neglect so great salvation I" But let us all rejoice that, although part of our family may worship on earth in ono church, and Jpart in another church, or, bowed at the same altars, it must be in a compromise or preferences, we are. if redeemed, on the way to a perfei t ihunh, where all prefcren.ee'. will be fullv gratitune-piece- DIAMOND Hei-slbl- e Ea-dl- y MINES. FARM AND FIRESIDE. and Understood a to Their Formation. TheorU. There nre various theories as to how these mines have been formed, but all agree in attributing them to volcanic action. They are all funnekshapeu the sides of tho fnnnol bein; composed of a dense igneous rock, known in in'meis' parlance as a "roof." It j5 0f a soapy nature easily acted on by the atmosphere, consequently most as large pieces, in some weighing hundreds of tons, get detached. There are no means of shoring it tip. and without warning these enormous slices will slide offinto the working portion of tho mine, burv mg the claims and sometimes ktllinn-themployes. The whole of this fun nel is tilled with this "blue" "round ImJ-o- Fruit growers, gardeners and small 'armcra rind the bill for fertil'aers quite an item of expense, much of which could be saved if proper care was used m composting their manure and availing themselves of all the fertilizing matter within their reach. To properly compost farmvurd manure requires considerable labor, but it is richly repaid. Every farmer should have a compost heap which .should be under shelter, and so arranged that the exorements can not dissolve and soak away.- - Detroit Tribune. BROlViVS IRON BITTERS HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA WILL CURE AERMIFU6gffANACEA Pi!IITnHDKcj3:l"cKlfURinE8 wino-gla?- ot I ja-kW-h'""- ! GENERAL DEBILITY ?MWiis5?T.J!E BACK & sides BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES fORSALE BY ALL DRUCGISTS OlNflEKf TK GREAT ITCHING PILES oisi are. luteUM- - itch. l(H- - tlln.lri. .... worsol)yi,cntciaiiB verrdlatrtsslDii II allowed to cimtlnne tiiinnr-- t fnrm viitrH onen Dirni ami ulcerate bccomlnir verv aorta. O V A 1 H Jr. U1.T3IEKT stops ucuinK weciHti jr. uetla uitrniuon. ami in many s cara removes m .xiivl L Rf ..tL.i s Uloa.' T"de TAJCENOjOther. M 4 crossed fed curlv-brimm- ed ilrs.,31. A. Dauphin, of Philadelphia, is well kiowa to tho ladies of that city m tho grct good sho has done by means of Tor Good lurpoeg. Stumors. JlxmaU!ilf ! e Lydia Pinkhoai's Vcgatablo Compound. For Tnk$giving,for She wntes Mrs. Pinkhaiu of a recent case, young- - married lady cainotorao suffering with a sovere case of t10 Days of rroiajsia ana Ulceration. She commenced taking tho Compound and in two monthJ for --via .,flJmAb) lu prujim.m.x. sne so VT -". w t.,v.. T oi mis -- t iE0U)ESTMEDICINESINUS.50lDaY0fuJGeiST8 "a - Mry a Dictmbir, or . xouncuBi-fiaiteir- twentr-Qve-cent- s Dry-good- s i- p ! augc.l-holste- d angel-rung- " Xiwua! tiic attempted TBERifl itnntuln.ln.ntS to evedetho rc3jDiu.tbilitie of maternity. CO cts., fo per dozen. After ten or twelve days sho camo to mo ANTUGMI OF PRAISE, a new collection. U Oiled with brilliant Anthems and Choruses. II, W again and sho was indeed in a most alarmper dozen. ing statjtnd suffered terribly. I gave her HO.NOOKF.imXO (for High Schools) has many a of tho compound every attractive 4 part Ming-- very effective for public singing. hour for eight hours until she fell asleep, SOXGH U)cts..iuperdoz. (for Sunday Schools) OP PROMISE she awoke much relieved and evidently occasions In Sunday provide llberallv for festive $TUX) per doz. fccbool or social life. 3i cts., better Sho continued talcing the per dozen) by L. O. In duo season she becamo tho EI.VO TVI.VTEB Emerson, and mother of a fine healthy boy. But for tho CAUOIIT XAPPIXC (Tctst5per dozen) by timely use of tho medicine she believe her Leo Lewis, are the nicest kind of mas Cantatas, and quite new; and the life would have been lost.'' X.ORD (12 cents) by OF BIRTUD.lt new OTJRwell arranged Christmas Rosabel, Is a and Your CriggLt ha the Compound, fl per bottle. InfincnHMlTOt .c" tabb-spoonf- ", Com-pound,'a- (:, white-robe- d (inUMDALNI r8..CATARBH before Buy tUtt looks in time Jur Ikoeouvh prort ice! 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Instructions- - cazo. .Sonj-ste- y: .- 425,000 Copies ed rady 0M. f, of tti K 1 No. Double Christmas Number . -- -- cfth FLOOK-Fain- OKAlN-Wheat- No. d, ft-- Youth's Companion Ottered gaudy-plume- d a. ? 1 Cow, IwmHj PagM, Profulj Bhstabi. pea-gree- n je-p- le anti-malari- al Xailed to any Address for Ten Cents. corn-mea- d, n' ara TOHACCO-Comm- Free to Jan. I. Pleate mention this Paper. Address New Subscriptions sent with $1.75, will Include d - tloa la received to Jan. offer Includes the Christmas Double Number. PERRY MASON CO., the Coxpactox FREE from the time the Bubscrip- 1, 1887, and a fall year from that date. This at oace, ca-d- i Rheumatism 43Tmpb Ptet, Mm, Km 1 s Remarks by Bill Nye, lstnetltloot HILT. Sarsa-parll-la WES printed, and which will un be ready for his Millions s.f admirers. Hals the OREATEST HUMORIST lllnjr. his writings belntr read with delit-h- t by sol appropriate th. vn.M illastraiinn win adorn this handsome TOIUIUB of 4JWB A.lvane orders ara tMires. lrie.elAiht.H0.r.i wlleiUJ. ACEM-WATKI lubs-- . Chicago. 111. Send for terms. A. Z. 4TIS .NEW BOOK, no-- r belli n,. No Rop to Cit Off Norses' Hims. . Celebrated d BKIBLE now oc Biippeu uj suy uui.c cuuCan .l.u.l).pfn.nn,ptnr fhn U.S. Soldbyall free,onrecelptoftI.ana Saddlery. Hardware Harness jiea'era. special oiscouni ip im fcf n J.C. LloaTnocsr. Kochtster.N.Y. KJC-aD- ".i.im-- !. n.. l4.T f- 7n-ttri- 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla tooQtawQnt Billir Have yon heard of the twtoundlngrednetlon for pit. J. A. 8HERM AN8 FAMOUS ItOMB and cursi known sTTMirantec comfort without operation or hindrance fro- - Ubo'lf Io teel or Iron bands. Perfect retention abjbt and Jay. Nockaflnj-iaultadt- o allaaea. Kpntmouy. Bend for circular of aaeasuremenM. RUPTURE t. colon. Kepoussc Wort Wax Flower Soppllea. Bead forj our various catsJoguex .. Mail ordera solicited. MorF.liAXS BKO-JCtaclammtl. Uals. Maslm IRTISTS'!! 1S -- - trcet. TKEAT-MEST.tbeon- ly OPIUM !j. w TtnaVX. WafaPT WBITUI I Not a panicle pain HABI curtfd. Handsome book Pay when ATUKKB Y. Kansas City. Mo. SecaraaB-utBeMEdncatlnn- b' M - ll &xssirvssuiisrw)rvss: aa 1. twra Be tut aw Coma c gaJIaloJf .V. 1111 ivv.-c- . aj -- t!iu?(--'(fViff- 'i -- toM?&&wm HM oa rtM mm fm AVBttwKIH PlXMg Mwrmrmmmmmn rf-f . - ..-- , r;t ! v: ":. . i , TV - JL d ra-t- i. t --Vf- :&... BryiV 4 .- J t23i- - ' ' . 'r i a- - f" frfWiiaft. r 3 -- ll. 4 - A - .? '"?' . V' ' .. . . . - - SH5 SIQSHiH 63SSK2. EX-VIOI 1 A C'gan.i'j farm. ''UO J'cll'i-ji- t Stunt The lullo:iiau of this vveclc de It is interesting to learn n:,i SeEffi2K3afE3SS3ESESSS3SSS will doubtless surprise t It In his letter A EBg3 HS mav vnl.iR are wtlli-.to Miitormt mi- - rj:irlami, refusing tn;jcinstnte . to learn tluit in the etiemc ttuui. the national bankahond ai:i !.s; FRESIDKVr " Ktt.u ,Jer t,,0 j,eail of uk rn net bcr int jA g.om, of take a Presi- - west corner of Louisiana lies , . ,? the .. lit"! 1... Villi 111 l. il iiinnln ,."- I lilll.l.'iTr.,.'.1...1.2 I1ldI1L!ttti I. lll.Il.tll nil ro,mn,,p ,i,rm j u o for their circulation, and to hem wo; . .i -- ,.b.t lib denim h .me at ...... .......,,... tw jit.im iiiiui'v- . ,.. " .,..,,.., ,., in us "TUCSl PI UBO OI H III III. 11? rilllS JUll llllo that the secretary of the treasun " . pr.kiiown as ihc Whsi'IorrtKUil will probably reeommend the is Malonc, lot- - and south and LT, miles pllleH,milsIlj,,. ltiSil east m tB JiUt aBVoriR.lcT in which nil Democrats will went, and U owned and operand' sue of a huille.ient number of such ,bor. o nrnCT widow of otboi a,,f,,L ,,,r ' 1,WJ? bonds to bear up the. whole volpride. I.e. nine it is full I., .1 syndicate of Northern l,1ffaLn-,tak1; "jrj m?J isj M 'r-7- "t 'yJBLaft. BSSSSBZS l The. r general manager.1.;. ume f national bank currenej. that they made no laiis. Sato ..er'1 'enneut resi' Z32&??!:-r&of I wll csa teso Umti" nt stlertnic itswiiteras i. Walking giv,- - an interesting The three per cents, are'nearlv a ?rifi if ?f'ti?ii'J liife in Valiii"inn gone; the la?t of them will have ,M:ii..ms heynr t,.iy.A8 to mistake lhc K.il(lcrof the greatest and best account of this gigantic plants u heeleia, they are 0:, .artv that ever existed, and as lion, which thiow the gicat Daj. been paid by the close of the Montana i5 nrew'iiR for fiscal year, and the banks tn tn" ; raeticeXlk ,ie "president of the freest and lymplo farm of Dakota into i,e present Jot. as a Shite, and a inemmial will then have to deposit 4 and g - "iV . mot demoeratic people on earth, biiaiio completely. "SswHe was eor tn tiiut iiil will be nreseute.i tn,"" .., .. . 1... PSii'ilW ttVJ VV?i Kl .... .. .. ' 4 per cents, already soiling at a iih'It;i.".iii ,ii .rr.ii t im;--". f.f.ipriiimi , . i... ih a hi ru i , a in odl a-- lora-r' WmWP if, ?p ?! v.' f i i ,. .. "yEttfy ip St CiMigresR this winter. in ... enureiy. me ieiier lis 3. fi' nite'Jbat makes them irtually no w t ri TBkVB. ii imiiu ..B.vtf.-.iu.iiiuj .ii ' i Tik kb..i Thi'.v better than a 3 per cent, investi:t i.uy.utr .I,mo- h.- . r.:iij,.a iiifliTont-between to iothe particulars of his ;. ment, Hi 1 J.J "ii 8 Oi" i'i nivlncr onn'-T- )k!u!W!:i. duel . ror? pitcher it in holioved that if dJuO,- I, i, Hir'overe-. . .rma j n:r lie !!,,.,, ''''".'h "' "v AlIUM.i.,in si m C00,KH 2 ner cent, bond.--, r..ot. i'i.' tfli iim;tui i..k poiu. (ixi,u, t!l0 V - Oj Indian Territory, and the boom, ,K.. hI,,l n half aces of lata! , onri , i TJ x5ffw M ""rpvi iti "'' the abort hM lineH.' Itimohe truct," Mr. Watki,, said, than evrr ai.v- - lM'fd er m jrui e?' pe TmL ." trill thereS" '" V E !,p, e invite the attention of the public to a careful inspeciion cf ocr new i .. tn pun a Indrnent there. ,!., theiseriion. not lean strong purchased in 18H3 from the r?M eXCr-r,nl!" for being indi.ectly made, thai nf Louisiana and f,u,n the M'n.:,:"lm:TWi!h !"m Stock of Fall an(i y,nt.r Drv Goods, Clothing. Hoots, Shoes, &c We o. THdB mother of "Bin! T.m.M KoiRnl L'&i-i. Tirdp''.triiili, luatiee and the caue of In. - States Government. At Mint tim" re "i Vh f i, Jim fell confident in stating that it is by far the prettier and best eelocUos-wj i. m , W.ctk-- Ke in 'l eeIiiji U.e hlnn be pianist, unable to aecure pna-b Bb a vast glazing l.nd for u, . t ever had, with prices t3 low aa the same class of iaej m o in.. nfitorBrtM. ,.--i . t!ik!jrti.!i! inid hi ..,.! r,f ti. r,v ,io..--- u , aP the cent., or a.,WJ0,000a ear on ttv .v .... am jiiattvrii.. i iiif ii i nt .IIF i."i.:... .u..i......i in... tr. l.v alio m no manner w ilifnjiiY iniouut, and the bank.! would illlll I letter, taken in conueetion with neighborhood. When 1 tookrnnv hrve the advantage of a b.isi- - for Centaur Unlmeut is tbo moat I'UVf III III IM ll-JJ Ilu'ty lietwn them and in that in the Henton cate, it bv fas seeion I fuuinloer .'?(),(iit) head' a New York court. B Trrondorl'ul laln-Ci:rtbe Sgi fi ISrSfe.. their circulation that would. wi ....:.....-m. Jiceieib. riti ivw iiii-ijiii:.. ;.,.w.T.....t .. .1... IIIWH (llllf'l horses anil cattle.) probably, never be dieturbed t. iii internal vulo a?ait asi ir (aceordinpito ri .1.ic" 'I'.i .,.,,. ...... vlll ....tmi.nt' I'll of M ll T.orlil has ever known. r? kisi , mc4 IliC is KH5TUCKY ins naid ijievetHiiu ouiciiu inc. iiietuti AIv in st woik was to divide the! . EirTriSEjasssia; ssgzgragragrrgsjray iET3fffV?agr54-.r- iitfa?gysaTgv-- t revnmie ftinre tho system was or sciiptures) li.dl and heaveifi-Fi-il' h ga'.e for the immense trjiet into convenient! ideur yanir.ed 20lJ()0,000 and stands ton I'.oomeniug. can besold in any market. Our Stock ot Ladies and Misses Cloaka, letter wi the tiuidiiij point of imtuies, establishing Htations ort Stw or fifth on the hut of States pajuig, The Cou.tiKU has the ery big'1 ii ad'iitirivtrattnn. and the tutu ranches every fiix milei.. Ihe tea. Many a dealer who place? a $10 EICEMAN MARBLE WORKS Jacket; and Short Wraps, ia of the best class of GOODS, made in tke tie largest Rums. erd rcHiui-- t 0,i' IWi) rtllt"!! h been emir alone coat in the neighbor- siteees. latest Periian sityle. Also some handsome new Markets. As we noli jcontempoiies, and rcpr jjje.s the No careful dissection or inaly- - hood of $u0.(!0. 'I he land I foumlj aiheitisemeiit in his village jater UICEMAIf, KT. hegnnlges hi., inresinient Iiei :t otitrlean, tat winter, the Stock now is all new, and prices remarkaelj Prominent lawyers. of Ln,,,s above extr.u-- with no.l oftitk- - Hsof ihePrewdenfs phraseology to bo best adapted to rice, sugar.. . .... .. ..III- A... ia urn(, tUnlbU, to ,lim whnt he ior Remember we will tell an low as anv house. irt,M t "V " ,t,"m,.",xliiijrpart., between - the ,' Lttt to 'n..ornjiml cotton. ... law nf Ivpiitnruv ir imcniiKtit - , "" '" Advertising rates in tioaal, and are proiiosmc to con- - and ,,,., r,,r.t of ,i1P..i JJCtrtlOIl, I uxuV bett;riaiirucrvnetc., is done by I& i hr courts. J ho new Hie organization i frrf 't BAian iv jmr&gfoc awl i v wWHbe&J "tfB " ....lilllllllllllllllllllllllllH room for dodging. this sectioij. Itaua.t and Amsricas MARBr.t wiju-tfor instance, and puce n (Jnvrn l.e He HMPVr erti.i--o.-- . '.(t'.O r anuuin. The dritt of hyo i Herald receives Judge Scott, of ......... Illinois eombiuaiiot.f.; the in luKtil a iii tlie l.n between the adoe:.tes at eactt - aide, i lies'- aengines m Tli.-- Nov. the StONUMKKTJ. TOMB A.ND OKATS i.i(de t'f.r i - coltimn d'W,- .ui.l (ippo'.eats of yood govern- nortablt- and oitera ...i .. .. fiupreme Couit. Iiuh ifiiiiiti'ii .' .ri- ...lt.l. J.f.lll 8T0.1EB. W.II1II l.ll..i.1 til. nlMTiol ; t o ment, am' has given th asuiance tached to four ploii!.-- , and n. -- r i '. a for pric e 5",- porseiteas hi Uk cisei; ol the con hold their own prices for fro. : wv aiv ei .i received n fin lot of Amer tliat under his admiuiritration it is tuts arrangemeui bj,, llie :, Tr bune for HAVIKG lulir.n deniiied Chieigo" Anaivhists. tlmf .1.,. ..i.M-;..I ao pr i.niiiili i:"iiii7i I a not and for the pared ts Git i.ll orders. Martld. traruinu tine that "a Republican is as to plough thnty aTM a da i'li ,,. i..tftr postnoniii'r ll.e'exeentiiui of .. - ,IHf lIlitUllllL . .I...:-- . ,..,... . ...:.. 'in iion? 10 ittrfiuiaui iiuh ""Krp, ho Call ami onty tue mnr of iniee men. uui i,irii,.,,,....., m1 as a DcmniT.-i,,n.,-- r .iV;iits. , nml Hiaw... ,.,.,... ... ..., death sentenre until the Su- miiuufHotnringeoaipaiiicR combine our orx Air. Stone and others of like! harrowing, planting and otiie cnl it is stated, newr mcK preme Court shall pass noon tht adrer rdsre fron tao eclrj prcnptlj amoaat of certain' to limit done mainer. xozi ejftilarity of the ptoceedings uu........ t'.w' II n(1 .mil tLU uinpoaiiion.".1. he writes. iro not tivatiug is l...r. t.tn ...liLe .Inn.llt.- tisetneuf? to fill their column. .. .. I"..,.. . - ... RinimMO Liiat parly II. i.fi.MiH lit I... W..I.UKO.....V-.U- ... i itj;iiin ii.' maj25. mvii: l4l ijiii'i are SO) And ntill there are lotR of people. ."-- tier nbieh thev were convicted ; . . ... i i .. m iw.. :i nw ! uk ., i. ..;..;.. in ni.Lt'i" iniii'ii ijjh vi; .m.iI r. who I why a r .nv VI l l.litV ItJV ilWHUlllO nnrHO ni iiit! """' o- onrie,n Horses toi itt v paperwonder not tieconn try newa-- -- - - jfj QAlP MON ' attwi-i-. iu. uie tration of tho government .. can furnished to;UfU Jriio' kFixlet, member of Con yu lU un v L ufuli EY. news olloot. ,h sued the honjs.l e i.uii.eis are t hetpiesK, and b(t ,riu,tl.,i ln nlaees hith or tow. herders of cattle, of whirl aiihamluTMHtaa low n ir:c KJ.OW) hr.id. The Smthrr;...,.cJit i!nv to all these eftHiwmctiotirt; i now hnve H I A'-D SAL ,v Ti!!e P. .....:.i iioi-i iiiiti in (" mi .!! i m.i'r-- n mi iirr ii r,.,i i ... era Paciue railroad raus for tlir?y-t- the gieat dailies aro noM tor. We aTts Wiin,.,9 iiMjonarl.r, ,or al! mi ...,. !v ..,..lrMlV,1P ... ti..t vet iheie are more I..UH.-I.tll for $30.(10.1 d.amages for libel. The TlJlf Ti.Afillmit tj.t.l nv ......l.r. gratlei of periu vi.t:- - sU,n lhx. nmndt-ncmilea through our frtnn. Wo of 'the peo--i- l Tiwn stated that Judg Mn lev's J mis coiiutrv th.:u occui.Milon; ,,. ,...,.,,..,.. Mc&7,id "nd senator viorY; CBSWIK5, VMM TQBA0Q3 --d mm ;, .... have three bteainboatu openting aim ,.i ' ... mail fijKjjliA4 TflfA nr 'nirrKt !rt aas tkri.l . in anv ..oth'T i i . . ,1 "'..tin the vraten-- of our own este, the other d'tv. ill StiakinL' of the anil will jub to dtiler Oulj at FactoiT from circulation in UlP1 Mi.ce comntnaiion are-.""''fcuehadanuist ration." , uie mniis-- , pepubVcan politi.ians in otlb-- upon which there are .im) mihs.ofj civil fcerv tee law, that he did not pncei; amo tho becania of the fJf:,:t.. jof tue day, why htiall imk wjr. i..rm-tasa! wiMiave no difficulty in under navigHblo waters. We hav ( an intend to eheng? hiu poaitio.i. and l',,:nbl110' u, tlio ) j Sll SC3CJ1 111 IWVN ScotlllS L'inst the circulation of obscene lll miMake that the lariaow in jlinr BtnmHnp this to mean that they ice factory. bauk, a that he had trunl pledge. to the;lb bet in it.? market." Wc aho VeP literature. organir..itions heieiotore nave IUR, either rease to ho politicuiuB ug ehtaliHohinent and a nee nil!.' people vThich be proposed to car-- , constant!? or hand C's OM S'aud ) (Clinton Siret, Conuan choiie ?tction .,. that they amio their or eeae to be . JryOUt. Tiie Prpaideilt it right iliof Fam::j (irooeriei, Coiifpriiootne tnd iToir Dooluti.e's plan uii'ilc is ..... . . .... . . . . .. . hpII xerj low ror XOI- U ......!. ..1.1 1......I i s ir.imj n .I'T'i. iiiMiPuiiiMii C..will i Je'iiocrsi tic ouuiii'. I'. ;niiriniiiiiiiiiiii'i .,miF- .,..,.. . w ECi5lt?!f5i? ' "8SH"?jJ this latter d"i'5ai.ition, for thtre is Froiw. wKish wB nil! w.ieieaa vote for every marncu man, is 'he I'omc r.ierehaii.s. uljcrRlan,i ti,.,t, while they are fH & i.4i. A aX i?ffcaWt-s- ' ictto 22i 7S?7r fejstttcii .$ vs n being exten.sively ditnuvscd, and; home uieivhant is as aiceh the not to lie treated as if thev' vere i.!p.I. that ho fiho.ii.l. violitH .i j... ..n .. &&& &:4a ? jfnendly with favor. The women vicum of the foaibiaatioas af- - 0jUlbiia;np, thev must not allow S Per;--; r n ?j 3; r ci c red W 1 e to the people; bat t if re an thous-- i snffragidts hare not been heard iliriuijr the coutitry as are th .their j.aity zeal to earn-theanils of otftces w;ibiu tie gjft of over Saddlery aijd Harness from yet, however. Pethaps they ftinoeia. The local merrlianto . m- ,, j: bVvmitl vvhich'thetr action the President that do not come! . . I.tereHts. in inese mai'.ei.-.-, . ..iic ooi are tern pon;niypiraly.ex by titel v n .i .. ru. of i;e. u,cmil0S an UIlwarrj.,ltn,t, nl. Louisville, Nov. 2G. A Tines- j ii4i, logic of a evHtem under whirhl iuiiidral to the larmer. lltat is to tt.,j,. to inCrfero v,ju, popular .inerhl abb" urn iran uwo mix retell30vs: A reoort ha woman tn to be a vote and not aiKvif:!ie aianufKctnrers combine HiroUEh use uf the fed- - ed Wiliiauisbnrsr. Kv.. that th1 "re..iPLUMMER & FARRIS,) J Iikt ffcnrcl, jraan?nt1y, ona o' th Cat woirfc ir tht Stifcs, h,i Hit " " ' llllll'l'l . .R.vl.I '"' .. ".l " if.t ill ln. onil mj?fDemocratic party, nover Prt.i f.....ili- ttn.iinlil ' l.tin I.iOTl .ltvm:. 1.1.1 it nr.i. of ..ao. rW.ii iJUIIl, . iriffi, n ' J......I. ....." ICIiiril. l.....'i Elke roofing and t'.cninjt a ;;'! tr The wmo n,j lire in aa Jncusan v , oprintut isountr u$.e uesiroyeu oi uie laic remuotil, itutto I ndl not to undtsrt.ilt! eeu Is I.gr ci;:rt. Gseit men can sometimes do ec.:iit, to be produced, and thcre- - moie solid and united than in de- a month ago. were : rntyruim, annoyed bv frequent - - - irr. UlCKMAlf, a uig foot things as ordinary mor- - bv the ru'ttil prices, feat and adversity, is ever ready CoB .... . w .' n " For inbtauce, when Mr. chant t no oaitv to the oflinbiua- - to divide, when it is in power, on tiered bv a iicirh'tor i.a'.to d -r siunml S.-w -A.- H!.J. On t.v.ii A oi haddi., ,n .a ifininin five iin ' wii-io'i- a ubine. to itxi, .i Tj. "rm-- j. ij )dde hn'-'on::il i.ri - ' tion, but is a victim, anil if iorced lilnin refused to frpeak to Sena . .ir-- i nun insaa to oraer. Wl 51 iil)istini!C ofl'Aiit nir lln in in. ,. ..c i !..Hn ' . . i. ..:.... Edmunds at the funeral of Ex - jn p.iy the higher nriceP The hut when it eeea those pnnciple.N were found V s&. burned tu the ihe t, r Mrs. (Jarlield or her d.inghter.! Prenideut Arthur. Ilia act v.; name i. truy :ir to frei ght diargea enforced, it has in it powers of mrtiin (tntrnvA.i hm. Ine autv i :,;...- .t...,;.i i.n .wtt.i i .... i ' 3 A S c 1 a J5 U but was when railroads have, coubiuod. cohesion that enable it to hold ttf. f tho aot only grossly P K ,. i,n ., .. ;....; ... ... i... ?.. ......,i.. .. n i.iiii ; i ige. Ui hij last visit he wua of an kind II hf iurei the derricei murder i th, toid bf r. t t :i ii iriiiaiai iimi iiiii .iii tiiiiii i at wr'i known poRUiouagaiagt anyatiaidc. I'iok- - jllecritimate son of t o;.t Jii5nic,wii xicitect nerlt- tho eonuv! and well as to Edmunds. The In tic-- the fnonds to the local meifhan:K, liM. fti0i.,,i n.ii) tn " "ff"1! whirt, oi iiit :. aiioiiieu tnc ta atred 10 vearp. u':uithe kki i'"r'7" t'or-h,ushe n i of Biifi i . uiiivei;a '. linlr-irmiiM- .j.i- - "4 '" i------'- rri'2C s j:h Two iU-President- d. Altornev Cicuoral i, 1 Dff.owiiia . ! g Penm-.vlvaiiii- -p- er-ceut. , ;,vr. v:!1 -- . w ;x:rtelev?"r,s T T uX ifpr. ,' '. i1 v j,, 11 ?.r",,' I FV ,rrl i,.i J13 ..Ma a-- S jt ' 2 , i "" '::..v" a . ...... : n . V . . i i i i p u of-,,.- i l - -. . s -- Ilfll r-- il 1 I iv ' '.e-mnr- e , , WI ?llif,m' -, "JT7 id-rijjiH- VrT ,,. De-.it i ? ,., t , -- i-- S e -- ..- - , - - l "-.'- I J i i' . m er WT V half-wil- d -- m . .- -.. f .i iSl d. hh. w8y' - j W .1 . ! o-' ! t ' . ..!-- V . ii- t- j- -. t Vfi,cc"r4laateliii8 fclfitteefl (hVciWefa-ifrTtincoatfact.Sali-i- s j y iiiiiiiHmt:L,L l -r i t. i , thf-tim- e iKSSco h. I- .uM? -- JtMBERGJ p-- . 11 111 ! 111'- i ! i i ,- - 'esf , r- . - t x - , . I t I il-- r ! ir . i -- i . i ... n -- iw k-i- ' :tr . ! ? uuv-o.'f,,- - . ,- -.,, . . l : to,--o- - i ! i i - - !,,,.,.. e 1 I w.--i n.--ii ,.-.-- - - - - a' " O. B. KINGMAN, i ,, x ! r'-- - - - ,- - I i - - - .- - - -a ...-!.- ) 1. i i t Hardware, Tinware, at. i Pf-s- r ", e ; sliip-huld-- i Ex-Se- n I ofltee-holders- - T .. i Ouice-iiotder- e . f- & 5 j J ST'w, o a .... i -' . .- ( ."" i . M 1 ..-.- ... lint-.r- A. V- - - ? - i . & fc T 1 . mer-J.hI- b. rr '- : v tr ! I jv ill-bre- m i i i -v iiii-iti- i i rm ... i i ! Keep Jaiueiiom over ldlM- - r.i 1 uuiil lies- 1 SSn.TSS combinat ous are found - r ., i - - ""'-i-s , i- - t.ngl.::L!.1?"(:it:',;U'',t-'Unit is '" b, V M l?JW' r. Ife i . . ;h h , n Ii IV ' Mhsertioa thatit isTa partylield;,,,Wine of Thoo fi;'J Ulifif flulaaali Owr aJe!pSvsannar onlv 14,000. If the leaders STOPK, pfcr 0?n.VZD. ri:h aaa at. Fe ::'.irta KIGS fcr kSv. ,' P hy tho heels until thev th,c "hesivo force, up tire. They alK .i.e.! t.. hoiW t?r"tl1U.M' and masBes are not diligent, careofVWash-- ' Peri.nnfi the t TS.M.I rcsal'!. PfitroRHce (solicited ot l'u,,c iduuder." ...!, , a.,,1 ':" the hiding places of the.r took Bimo bei, 0uuU ful. . and noncRt in making the next ;,., - , , u t ,. .. . . d CS7 par- - ,j8 motion wheu-iarticles and ueo.irted. tju . earn iii. lhinktiig they had not JIJCKHA.V, KiaieiiRKet. tne democratic ho prioi,ud ,rr,1c a.! tlio money, the villiana boy's ?f,'.-men- t and invf s ty will be defeated next AuguRLJ,,, n.Mrict the Amcucan ,.; n.av better. l ,1BT, xhh bt to' 5 It is high time to be alarmed, and jtr:j thousand men and to provide Boston has suffered a violent, tigattu.. follow, 'd. ami 'iie Poe sr- - "hi one Of the poor crenture3 (UrSer Iort.tr.) nhstsr and Blester itrer.il. ' a hot stove until his coiniades t.m any aerj in- ih cut Frh call a halt for- reorganization, hou-'tha- t : no enemy should be ;ermt- - attack of pvchology during the! tu'es weie found in the cellariot ...... U H Afii.i .. .. i iu;wa .. o uc3. t"U. -- U III TCHl J iIIHVO P...J n L...1 .11 il.. "wc .ii--l- !.ilhn incunnloi i.ttlii.J lnrR ST.; f J em mettiodfl in primary elections' ?ii t, im-w- in 1' TftCk.VV It 'i ,...-. ..v L;Mcn3d '.' a choice lot of ,v, aamV tins cnimta- with week. - - was broinrht. on. bv and creAra made. intrrvtevtf.l, and conventions, and, as to nevro - ,.,rd tlitt, ii,:ll miaiher oftomba- Cre&ra Krefid at Wphnra's. "test " which con fliev refuse to be IJurnourvJlle rsrjr ?T and are now in the paper, to discriminate in favor off tju,p. Our isolation was tlen and fiibted of hiding a lace-pHII.LWII.BUUN. i --' a mile r .V.J K ?s. '"Bill Jokes, tbo Avenger," uite a rsii. those that are really Detaociatic." s now a soutce of national weak- - from tho mind reader and having jail awaiting an esuniiuslion. aus13' w':o .ittempted to kill Gtiiteau aaf i A I. Al it I.JE.i. . 'ie rodo in a - una van from the court-- ; ' nest., because too mucij,xiepenproceed to it tarougti toe "3 l: TilEYBay that it was apathy and dene is placed upon it as ssouree streets blindfold and fastened by CMAI. UOIUVAI. in Wiiahington, Rostur r.oir.4.. roo'a to fnltti ctVoiut:. disappuiuted tiifji:" oat to oe a i!ier bail sia- that'' of .nationa strength. If tie Uni- - copper wire to the arms of an ex - -" p. . .. ioe?e i . ....-. - .v .! to uie ieinocrai-Huau .t. Tl iJo teiaperauce seutimoaiHjhui'l Ills wife ha'' last Jiir.! a DOUGLAS BR0 o., ted States were to becometuv oiv- - mayor ot isoston and a Concord" tl ree Congressmen in Kentucky.' 0d in a war with some - - philosopher. He found tint ..ii. ithn most ac'ive li.rai ot "l'-- j hill for divorce, in w i.ich he t 4J " II1U r o matter what it was. if Demo - n....ir . vmtiid iu IupiIuv and tlie imvidioio'Mf!! cnnviilmit 'airitatioti e.xtaut iaxt now 1 ' ' es lliRt WilJia 11 ifl a worihlwa.! oROCEP.Y BAKERY. rattc leadets don't mend their t:ni"hi what our loi.sr hue of de- - immediately ensued v.ith irreat i.iakin : & cat coiniiifPis tn etety drutikeii felloir, nln h.v rep; RESTAUR AS r. y and quit fightiag'each other, 'feiH-elesKea-- i oast mca. Our vnulence. The Jioston juipeis! direetiou. Thy fttoin bus!uej.H- monev froai her and spent il in de-- i SICAS.H AT :X A3 Of SIS. the State will startle the natives' millions of men and momv would proi-huthat "another corollary has been lendii.n udiutis and nu- h tuchery. WiU t;pp epnral3iortui?nt of I'aru hy going liepublicau. fllickmai. be futile: our wealth woud be our is added to the accumulating ovi - profitable in mat. y otumunKha, A Meeting is io be held at ilv Gric-ri- '. Confec'ioatnea. Ac, s.od w Oourier. towns, i ho agitation nas. is latent weaknesH. We could nt gunid deuce of the unsuspecb.-9. the par- - keep I'mplsyed a first fl.i1 bVvr. Good - Pittsburgh. De Perhaps it would bo a good' with the'strong hand onr homes powcis of the mind, tremendous seiied the cofsumpuous ol ltito.M- pose organizing a National Col all lrh and acd will noi be tindfr MM - cants, autt juntU5 tniag to retire some of .these old front an invader. It woild take even when restrained bv the am............... so great is me letoim.in ored of &&&tgrzZ& linse-baDele- - old. Leatrne. . . ......is. nernniiK. w .. ... 11...... i..r.f ....ii.r , ... . . v .ont.. iim who. fiocumnii ..1 oi tio uiosi. Kirpiiinns pt. mill,itinnv." " iiafir. leading T r."---' ' Will DC P -- Cm irOUl OOUinn, ,' r not, are p. 51 the partv into, erttons to put an army, .proper'v atgued. It is a deduction not.'Mi.,! nvan wiioierite Mini retl'il g'es . , . . C;2snit!i!notr'ii S:le. " find their business inurh the itepublicau camp. It occurs, equipped and armed, iutothe field, from the mind reader or his I u ' ? Fci.tin CtKCOiT Court, Kr.iTUCsr. ,:' to us that better men. more ener-- ' and in the incaiiiiuie oar ports formance. however, but from the leurtailed in volume and rcRtncieil 1 II. A. Trier, rUintiff, ' pionts. less and tho philosopher. flic, lh selfish and moro devot---' would be imdei the control of the M'ioiLi-fnrlorAgainst Eqaitj. Ot IlENRY M. STANLEY, the e.KThe ualootl t!S an institution ed to hut n,,., ...,--,t. Mirt mv lin, nrmcmles of tho i,r,. . ......,, , - ... T. E Finch' Adm rKc, Ptfls.j 1:111(1. IS Well tllj;h . nv.ni.iinK niid dOOUieU. plorer ot Africa, is tho lion of the tihilnqri. tlUS can be found to fill their places. we would be called a point 0 tnako !!,.eS. Bj Tirtue of a Jadtatnt and Ordr f of j in Covington Commonwealth. anv event would nejtreinen-dons- . pliers are infaltiblo and far above Kvcn the nliouai Association has hour in Now Yoih'a intellectual SIe of the r "hB Circuit Court, renIDS Ji. x. i circles, and is being tendered din- dered at the Aupust Terra thereof, 1SS3, All of winch SWJttld re- being made the victims of leger-- wholesale Liquor dealers unitedly taken steps to break up ners, receptions and other honors in lha oboTe ttte, for the aum of four A baby is re- mind the Atueiican people of the detuaiu. It mav be well believed - lije doggeries and divos by resolv-reade- r on every hand. He will lecture tern hundred and fifty a x dollars and led the mindported to have boeu born icceutlv great Statesmanship ofthe old that the !i interest at tha bice-piihiriy chieftain, Simutd J. rather than j "ff u refuse to seil to them, or in various cities dining his Stay in rftte of eaien ccnn, lo the at Aberdeen, Miss. Its father is Democratic 0 ner cent Pr Annum from the any dealer who will sell to them. the Lutted States. divinod its a very black negro ; its mother a Tilden. His lau. public tfocumont that the mind-reade- r and :?S7.80 coia I Their idea is that the business The ministers of Now Hamp- diiy or sile, until light mulatto. Half the chiles was a letter urcii'g Cotipess to whereabouts, herein. shill proceed to offer for sale must be 'made more respectable" shire refused to read from their at the courthouse dior, ic Hiekman, body is black : the other half near the work of National coastdefeusc. j in order to save it bidder, it from destrucly white; the hair on one 6ide of the Thanksgiving Piocht-m.i- i Ky., lo the hiRfaeetthe fitb day pubhe .?. C.t!.V 3Iw5c. of Noto on Monday, tion, and to lessen the Vi'l'ight of pulpits of Gov. Carrier, bee au.se it PATENT ite head is kinky; on tho other,! ion oer, 1850. nt one o'clooV. p. ta.. or there Cuiiowty npwi j lijMltiSt yh,. BHror.ein t e?. temperance argument makes no reference to God. The ahonis, (bitM County Court day ) upon njiit. .hiu Hiiaigut, wane one eyei On Friday last the celebrated ' traffic in intoxicant-- , t The Balkan trouble ias been is black and the other bine. ooatb3, tt a credit of fix r.nd Governor is a freethinker. n 'ir r pn ,,1 mi ii iriie r n j temporarily followinj- - described property, to wit: A withdrawn is a dis- - mule case between A' Emmeisoa,j . ,1 ' MEDWIKLSBSfflliV b'j VAiv-i- Jl certain one huudred acres uf lMnd lyiaj ijpean di- - col., plaintiff and John .lyere. de-S'roIiihiJsou In 2voIi2J'.s. A t z unnsHPin nf ni,n,. i.oD ' arbiug clement III .Tv t m fenuaut, was called for tiial; batj in Madrid Uend. Fulton county, Ky., X 3?Tffl 5L3V iBTGi been tnkon frnm ti.M- ffpni- - .7.r ft... ploinacy, and tho . p. m ntuisters before any fnrtner proceedings Tiie Juticlion City Herald, a pro- .., a- . vn the south hilf of -- 00 Her tract ... ,1 . , -j HH. tJkrzr j;ianu anu vu mii iavo tak- - were had in "l -- eteamerJ?aci(ie. w, . --: KiioL-i-n t Mary Bochatn, one of the heirs wliieh tl.o siaie 3J . M.si."s:.?t s -- I. jm ot Daniel VVnton. sid lands having :. .. . that direction, the is ft ves ot vxrr Ohio opposite UniontoiiwiTTiCvrr ""1 " t " lo ""--' nf. .' a3 St?:J.-r& usASli 2hk3B parties to- - the-ibi- iit ngieed to a for State offices as follows . .A. r .. espres- "S te. conveyed H. A. Tyler in December, 18fi0. Upon opeu-- i I.charly rose-co- l For Governor KonialfTo" MBlB-- tv E & &rf5BS Afttr rortyjroirs Conley, and by tosaid li. A.Tylerbyto J. K.n Row-eu' of a ii- - compromise, by the tet ms of which Jr., of Louisville in tu4 ing tho hogshead the tobacco was ?UiUS a,bo,lt t,ie l,rj &taM-'A15KGECt...rirr oarfnon the mule was to be sold publicly Finch. For the purchase price, the TOILET KRTlCLES p re x&. ' n r'fr t'ma ii. nuti.-e-- i an'1 oucord. 1 KU ulj,:;r!.in r?l - i l. ' fonnd to bo almost as hri.vht m.d i!cur-itieLieutenant Governor Dr. A. on the next day, at 12 m., to the KfriJfJ Tkoainr.d ! np'ifli and '- pa.foU la purchaser, with approved surety or legal boud, bearinj. J KJ iij jfoodas when new. though it hud M01,,,l,5,ltl0" stands as et on tho highest biddei, the pioceeds ar- - T. Henderson, of Caiter county. must ti tii I f' P"' ii" .rf.tl.o in ooun. c! ... 1 SH eale paid, . j.... t. been under water rrm ...A....a n... .. .'..a... .... u.n.1.1. ;i.m..1!.j H 111, II 11 iiMirr uv.. toliciion Id v &c, &e., &. Superintendent of Public In- - W;JTT... .r.ri .11 iHir .MSTir-iun- l .cifnttai' interest from the diiy d of effect uutil judg . ti ui IH tlll-blIn lu tlio lo n &c J. iuul of a force jr iicni ti.rsit)!. not explicit eiiongh to be binding r. , V. ..:". . ... . , .1 year fstrnction Eld. .Tames L. All.,, and nd Intvinsr the xv - C f i. l'n "J -t:- -' w... Mulders ill be prepared lo com ("skill! rac'i-i'- l it. l rine, ment. .and definite; but, even ifitweie, '.t-- . paxii.e. o, a.. 1 ai, j Lu j .. othsr ili riBri- - ply promyily with ihese terms. r.ni..in ...1 . in 1 '" S?Preicriptions fit ed ut any hour of the dav or nudit. King night bell alter W i J tuU ice.r 0-- ,-w t r i use -W. I'. TAYLOit, iS -h,,, 'lii.ncjri i.n.I rpcflenti-m- i jici uiei ti n -- arB!i,itr:";n o'clock, p. m. filJ : precarious ttian , F. C. C. Muster Commisioer, 01 iuci.ii.ii.Kt.il. r m "ry ' ..... between plainti-l- : and defendant;, In tta Mnt NOIKcann ihart roti ," ,.P;,wi nf . Krs for u.iin.tKiuiI uoiliii r.iBc.a!.. Judgment nud int. to day an!.... SI, .50. 22 &s .0I "o Lantl Offic- eThe contract convict labor svs- - V.": . .. . J. 'i"'?u?. I'?1' . . and. fulliermore. that each paxty' . Ailf.i by mill itw Of ,l I'MrDiio.1 in nli'iroi.Kh L kelson, of Kusscll. V,whici.hM tern in Illinoi sis abolished bv a 11,reu,T. l" nav the costs incurred by reason ' Achilles 01 AMSRIt tf" .. "'" l il n il. in cirru'iiititi il.e Audi LolonelJ. .M. Holmes, wit-- ' ..,'a.l!.I0l8. . CotiBtitutio ual Hiucndniciit adont- - .;"..?: .". .S1.64US of i3 Wm.i vubli,hd in tan wurW. Total aaouat to be r&isad otihenttendanec of his own i .. . auu vxiietueir sovereign. inch bo'.ij ery iatia: .w..i..M, j tinltsu o! ost'29 d recently. nesses. fPllft inttio was sr)1(1 1110, ot Daviess. .A cymiw or fn.;a... u.,r.i,A..-, CIF FplmMdUI'.tnitrilfd nnTfjiip.r iaiiiecoiii.-uto..v..- : j .VVV. :. . ,,lin..(iill tn Wfiir-rCM-. puMHl-w,:.. ..i. and , was purchased, by .ionPininf. xreasurcr u. x. uyaa, 01 Urant. tJinttj-- ltol inicnlirjB". ' Kli-r-wortsmilu .". t l tii beK:in-Jwtnroten one of the! inJ peace are the veriest affectation j.ul.-- I otUcr drinrlmn:i of im.u.inil irorrn or It n.UiilMrjr .td in any tr..S t and if Russia RHhsi.io.- - fnr .n while.' Hickman county delegation, at a! State License Inspector, E. A in if erirv .i.ntion pilnlU t'l iltsrito. tor oac ujl.ar. ooBtot?J10. The enliie cost ot La wson, is alter retail liquor hou-th- e Hoir rorGoifrnnr it will be iiierplrhn,.,""eniii,enfeiit. .ta wcV rwil..1'' n.iSJ l" ' '"" ' : j'i't,vi-l. V4tlilV. fiOSCOir, KY., of the lawyer fees sea. which sold goods in Iesslhan Tit to ..,;,, l,rj i.. rlion i li -ptl'-l- t Au.rutn. 25cts Lower tlian tlie Lowest MeeeeiiBiaieuinai uoi. G. A. the person "of. the reigning and suit, outrideamounts to Sl&Ljlive gallon packages, as u f 'i A I o . W I have no clerk expenssa uo store rn witnesses, retail C. Holt, of Calloway county, a' Prince, is at worVexecu' jtt I'rni Inriy. New or. her Manufactures aud keetn cons.tantly on hand, a full supply of UudlKl.'v"t;'ilatn.niJIr. ind pay oash for all my Groceries, and case has stores, and imposed a tax of 100 leadiug lawyer in Southern Ken- - designs. Il is not a peace,iiff but a Thus the celebrated mule borofore can sell ns cheap as the cheap tacky, will be a candidate for tho' postponement of Vj,r England ended, but both the plaintiff and i on vplaces where either spirituous Vi ittenberjr and Lob COFFINSjIWiETALLIC, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT BURIAL CASES. Vo00 each, or inous liquors were sold. The IVollcu to aiircti:mnrii ol Oiu-ettr- y st. Bast brands of cheaper Democratic nomination for Gov- - has announced that she will not defendant are outabont than the low t nr Flour, 25 cents iLalK. dealers coming under this law A very dear mule indeed. rnor. Col. Holt is a gentleman take a hand in a Balkan war JOHN WI1TINO. Orders bv telegraph or telephone will receive prompt attention. It linving been represented to the City have been slow 111 taking out the A full fine ofLadieV and Gents' Itiirial Kobes on hand. Picture Frames made U integrity, a lawyer of out the heln nf t,' iA..ii...frintr having bought license required. The inspector's Council thatseveral personsCity Cemetery order. Old Furniture made new. V.e m mufftctare Cannon's Pile Ointment, Liniaien the Germany is 'holdiiifj every- ,,?nS?d7Kc'!a,,,.f,.h I and Chill Medicine. Xo cure no pay. We espect to handle Furniture, lluggies, Sir., Tho jnrc0 appropriations for! plan is to go and buy a small lots in the grounds ofthem troniar the city but .hold no deed to ..iBuiawnri uu luuucsi rec- - loiiig in read ooa, and will take orders for them now. . yvaan max- v 1 u tiii.i.ii iiBaivjaa aibm as .T..a. Ik ill id irtiiir'ii oru wuuoui stain, Several mira the tieicn hv T?r., only l.tpto iiiiiiliii ' .,i"""oiib bun "'."" gets the whiskey, havinc moncvUie aupenmoncienis receipt H. A. & junelS a"'1-" rlnce.' the T- - TY LER )(cts, and, if l.e for them, it is requited by ago ho represented hia district in k oout as noor.i;. it.n mnwB ol lse ",nk,ff has 0VMte1t m jealousy I. . .'.' i:r...,.,.i- - r,..,t i.. l . n.e ,nas caugin aeithe .y. - - .i n i.... ..'---.i. " "iU .mine., l" "ll the Senate of Kentuekv. wh.r wnra "r' 'e.r"T'":V.-.V- - .u .:."" S . ATTORNEYS AT LAW, " ' J v several in vat.ous parts of the uiiance.ior m.? ' hie command mtrabilitiefioo,,; Elghteon Prcfos3ors and Instructors. .T "aTe .,"" .. ., A, v. ,r ..!.!' n plauaitou. ui course ins riemnim mv.ui.. .. , for him high rank atnonp- hie . . .. their . .' .... ., c.. Clerku.idlie reccni - IlICKJIAir, - - - KENTUCKY ogrioaltural and Kacciirical, Scisniiiic, Engiiissring.SlassIcal, Ninil SekHl, -ill exleagues. He COinCB from a w. purchase, "?.: m, . ;.T:" , 'or "certificates oflllUlli. .,.. 411L nil' n ar.il Preparatory Ceurses nf Strii. enlrnstod 'line- - tiinn ft! ii kiiiiiiit in niti--..r - iiiin iiiiii . attend to MlliiarvTacllBS.ODiaraBrelal h .iiimi. 111, t w....... ...,, ..I,..,....-.-.... ..w-.- . . mr f riUi; "w ."ni.d II it:.. Ylall II f HA VPntn flint- I A.... ...v i.. rnrii inninti ti- - eollle HPPIIS of the Council. . . i i umio LiitiL ii:ir nivr.iva ir r t. WILLtheir care, all business APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. ,r"u'clli 01 ifallnrd county: .1. other nttie matters ueiweeu iue l.ietiienatu irovernor already 111 Hy order W. COUNTY ood bv Eastern L. McCUTCIICN, C. C. j Office Furniture Ffniorf. J "ltiA F touisville; Fall t..r K.o.. and two countries will bo settled by a the field and others will appeal in utfi. iHR6. For GataloeCC and other infonaation uemocral- trtTLl73 notlO 0 Judge M.II. Houston, of Ashland. How of blood. due season. Ad.rsn JAKES IC. PAXTCKSOK, Ifa. ., Lexington, Keataelry v I -- j; xj.vLiiouuauijE tlio prediction that tli&iann " "l ,u n J,,ttm- tor..tiu tUa, flllliri. lll0 Dc!juu..,l(.y wi ll1Thebovsnvs tf " U,llUmJ , he not onlj united, but enthusia.-aevhhe JvOiMtEUS astarked a camp of of the eight per-on- s lh- - in support of his administra-- j they rtept, and that i, mother, riiinoBO laborers at Moritn. ToxasJ po the hitter rofuaing to'fiirrfigo i,.,.;-m-id- J. "V ,,"l", in "', mime- tl.ih tail' r- t1 t e 1 -- ..... "' e s a . . .. .? " . M k mi,:.i "i - h te k te'jd otr .i i 4 ''p - """' - (Cornsr of Jackson and Kntuekj 3rf;?t.3,) WILBUE'd lf pWfiBlinifng? RICRMAW, a-w ' -- . c-- .a EESTVCKY, ., h-- ! ! "l n . ,,- iiiin 1 Q. XTWftWTAW oct30-lH.Q- - - ' - . -- . i mintl-readin- g ." - lu-e- m VQ i CO. j oRice-seeker- s 1- y 1 . l"'w - 1 thji! fttst-chis- ! - 1 1 h ! j , d ; ; ! 1 1 .. 7 ... ) 1 ...!... "'" pel--deale- rs '' fr a, . t ' , 1 Crrl, ex-mav- ...'( gfeST Hickmars Blentuckr. W. COWGILL. t cfif-rififp- a s fr-m- ilR - - - - - ! J, 1 PAttTt-ooLOKK- ev-mav- J n. j 1 DRUGS, cue-tio- t! i "-- -- I1t be-m- cl -- - . r .l-- ll-- !n ' "17 " j a .l..z, . ' II .,. "ra-at v v- a, en-cui- e i a A ri-n- tlii-iriiii- I t- -t T li eowr-Jot.-j- a-- u t ffiMx in ; a!s I cjh-itri- f. iSlfl iSP wmffSFiJu ukiok Iflijffllt Trusses &li .CS n, -1 S 1 M.i-.- i. iDlBe-ir.Vlll'- li-:- -l n.lu-iolu- .VM-t- r ! Q c "j 'rs--'"- 1 1 I l ". co-i'i- ., ll I j l .V UNDERTAKERS, oity;itbnn and TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY c., I j ' with-ofKterli- a: - 1 11 1. 1 a - I I?fi:.." 1 .,-.- rini-m.it- 1. a,.u - 11 nn":":lrrn .... . .". '.....'- t- T . w;,w R I V . . -- ,.i.f.i i"Ul twJ fv SSSf" R " " M m-.!?- .-- i - is fl4 HbfciH'ft ?rs5re I LoeaUpapeib ni their pride and munition to help home ore B3!kc1 'SiSU aEmia' pcriiaps too irec 10 eommenii rEd Hoelm, of the Boom' Tise , house intuiting us me sure eu 5BrolSgy. l,as received regular lideuce of pi asperity, arid it is not ce se as captain and pilot, and 'often that u local paper is brae Little Maud, tho ten year old enough t.o faee local leeliti by his examination at Nashville problind child musical prodigy of making such a practicable nounced highly creditable. ue two Mince Meat, Piss Feet, Chip meat in Hickman thi6 entertain- ble article as the following rrom week, and the Fulton Dmuneraug: pert Beef, Celery, Fiesh Outers, the ('ofKIllU only voices the' There has been too manv lr Bardiucft, Putted Ham, &.., at judgment of our best nutfcienl crit- - goods houses in the city, and it & Di'HGtv's. ! in pionounoing her the. great- - has been a question for Necrn' London streets, if placed "end est musical wonder of the $. ' months as to hour lung befori to end, would reach 7,00'J miles. She is only a child of ten' juis. Mimr of them msiKt close th. 1. You couldn't run all over town totally biijid, and 3 et isheexecui0!' tloois. If men could only realize tliure every morning before break- the moat ditl'.cult pieces of inffsic, that too many hufiinests hoast- not only well, but perfectly, .,Sjie .yill rain a town with no mtuf fast. learns everything by lieariWn'nd ,:iiiu fa c t u ri n g estaldiMimenu Oh, those delicious California after hearing- - any w have tine pHt'v oue the Canned Goods, AptirotF, Peaches, piece can nmediatel:, icpfudw-- than seek to in FuUmt.money would invest their Green Oages, Musentee fi rapes, n not otmtlingsi hinle note. In in a branch of industry that would Citrou, a:c. evervtbmg .. gout, some charaeJerif.tiC6 she is the build up the city rather Shan do- O. 'J ..-.-. xl al, hl nXhQrs RIU,rfor trad Ironi it by overdoing tho The Hickman Cornet Band to the cddiiated Blind Toiii inn- - mercantile trade. Another irreat has secured the services of Mr. sician. Sho pli.8 an org,m. with evil with tho people here is in put-he- r back to the instrument pre-- ting their surplus capital into Ja men Darlington, a clarionet as Blind Tom does, and player, which is a valuable, addiand dwelling houses. At tion. It is, by far, the beat?baud comes very ncuily imitating any 'pre.-ethere are nino (9; iu this section. sound made on airy in-- : class business houses in this citj strumeni in her heariug: at RMi empty, d twenty-fiv(!.") dwofl-i- s Ginger Piepervefi, and Pres:i)erioi to him. in the fa that jiiig Louses, and still wo can see served Figs, at at her tender age, she oo.'iiposea improvements going on in thctio TtcycA & BkP.ow's., music. Another womler U that !ii:!,. T Iuto iburi lie a. Kt.nuniiur . ,., .. ... ., . , T),t ll,n rnnont nraflt CtnPI'K'llll . ..,:il 1. - 'HHuiuiii. eer 1. us mo ii.mng neon jaugiu place, ami now is mo time to f'1' ttie laices ihri woe.K vessels jo t music, a musician mavFouii notes stop. We regret verv much to valae of 700,000 and 37 manners as rapidly a. he may, and gie ill ,hiy before the public this state i n':iii'K. Imt it iiciitnfR imv i!mi arc known to have been last. Xo as Olliek :is thonrIir toM ?li more severe storms have beeii it key, and tier ear is ho perffct that ,as :l journalist to point out these ra Oil IUC-jt muirn , it ic R.11( t ,,,; K , M iin,-.- r mist!!- 1r!tR.' hshI ' it m niip iinu-n- r " .. .. """'V. uen. Uns little prodiv, ifu Haul, 'pievent auytnmg ot so disaster- four hub a nature as too much building wascurrietlo a ' o iittieMiemann. Another .. ... - it..i;ivi ni ...1 with evui . ,u' ur'1 !lllv"srlwitii onr property own- ujuiivo diiiiu 'great ionr eh iiee it ost iTiiui, ho U an idiot, little Maud, ers. is the eihorbitant puce ask- Call and see for yourself. lias ii hrn'iit. ntiiek. aiMeatelv d fur rim ri'wt nf hnonnaE miiI The Democratic State Commit- - brilliant mmu. nd gives firomise dwelling houses. This citv ih tee fixed on Lonicville as the of surh a brilliant lutareashou d bevcral years iu advance of what piace, an .lai 1 38 Uie time to awake the pnde other larcnt it slnm'.d be. and unless our peo fioiu tne convention 'o nominate, and will we confidently believe ple s'ok some kind of manufacoiTioers. County primaries ein,...- wonder of thc musical turing business, wo cannot expect V. iho VB will be held on the '26d of Apiil world. a better condition of things. ..r- - Afi 'U3 EH?5?fl3ScS?:SZZZiVS, iiETffl-K .Aascar-y- TV- -' LOCAL NEWS. SSAEJtJ -- CJO,Ei ;lreOTlMV 4ssor Assort :io TeacherV .,:.-,.-. HEx3feBeMrtfce2raaf9r3S' TliColoroiV eru, jr-M- ! sensi-Teuues.se- c, were"abseut, meoting was 0:10 of marked'mter-government. '"'cor-pora- l t. punishment," and "re.spon sibilities of the teacher," were ubjetK that elicited warm uis . teachers -! lav. Nov. 27. ,t E3 - i nt tVitltnii. Kv.. Satur- Although several g vet tne( ta Mi'Ea 10 R raBWiflyen yyii 14 i Aksa IfilafftjLEA i 5SSJ1 c P T!1 I JL yiSgukyyny uLuliiuLo INSURANCE. niim B"2 e j motion, the Ballard, was'instruct-oto eoufer with the Cnuutv q" perinter.dents and coloted teich era of thU Congres-';"nr itm minwiBP of orcansi'tg l enssion. On Pist-iIpiiI.'W- TI. d pxirossra 525 STv " I'"rt l at f r5?2 Fill Sja UFI CT-SK-D !r ill C ttABEIK. , v3 liAWDBUM & BAYIS-AOEXTS FOll TUB FOLLOW ISO , - mmw&'M& tsci- Cnngrer.'i'ifiVAi-POriatioi!- . After- a VOte nf tic,;.,!; tO the ro-'- ppo J 5 1 e 1..... -.- J 1 busi-cisel- y i nt tirst-music- ul e . .01-u.- w j , I ... . o - .- -" ' ii;:nt -- 3nn3ii ex-Stat- -- ., ke Cloaks, 81.50 'to 825.00; Hea7 a all Wool, from 20e to SI .00; ,y TOAL BENEFIT LIFE OF MEW aPiKN. J. 3, 18S7. jtea aim; Laaios underwear,V from ,., , bl.Uu. OrricB, at Moor ndrnm'g Drug Store , WML Bam.KP. Prest. & V 1'" ail Wool. Jeans 6ve to ms. a. ic. nnAiT.it, secv. ;i7,r suit, to 13 1. IK), ; (iiig-lianis5-' 35e; Cotton Jeans, !Sk- to 20e; ? V 5 f'f H win meet in the to 10e; Mens SuiLs, 83.00 to 835.(l); Over; - ij SSfjl' RqiHlnv afternoo!. at chureh. b" M wi m ovioek. Trader, w. t. wiikou. Conts, 82.00 to 82 j .00; and n complete line m SuImp-- 'r Tor dwnnsinu: i rr VmIJoq "0llJCL, "Tho character of the rejvner. Ol iLObiei, jleS, t tlilbUb, JlUt-lvSSgJtjz Taiga W. T. Wilnnn and Rugs, atcil heart" Ioots, Shoes, Rats, Caps, Ladies dnreilprirvn alt Rririt-f- of We aro ofierlcs Mp.Jmim xr.d Fmo Fl'Itrn f URK. at r R. S. Mnrroll. rnrrr i line t pin n snd marb'c ilm. o' i'hirv Rn. of the nnrogeuer-ate- Wool Skirts, 75e to 83.00; cashmeres, 12k t p Taol ntitta.t" Si.rirvii, &t. a:'a.U v.'sr.ln U, CliWvr St. M.i heart" J. T. Cassetty and pj, tnfr to b .0), all svool; incots sola else w Here. wcinvPeyourmvcn of curgda w r ie.jquic rolcman. y. especially the 7' ,. .r All are invited, mi sen ?,.. ryi. ouiu iur iov. weu ..!! iojl uwt--; utuuw r.11 uisc- young men. TTPIST' A V"?"D ',.,. ri t ox ' . f.(lii ri. i nn A. A. davis. secj H uiijlu j jzluj-ij-uu--i J auif iui v. ki oi-of ca fy m tti f5f of rrB e larjeit 'ir We Wooilen sodall Mela'iic I'nrial this lino. enyKepniriog b4t go Keticky. nipe:ition in Aa matter of.we pu est to our j ;irf,l?,ifA,,.,h::toS! ! .''Jf..'S'laaiicla, ti ; ryijlies Blank os. from o0 g W&Pw& tiair to 10.00: -- MPAS'IKS: 'TZMS iri.uru, r liUV 1 A3ffD CnTin yiSS T25ST2SD. Manchester, England; UARTrOSD, AMEKICA '"Itv -- inouftA.iLtW.ttn.M U: iOIUH a xi) run & I ' iNAHIBK. . rf i'oc d - wmro 4-J- I Im W -- T ii -- Id tr-w- m , PI-.- . ! 'rhai-acie- r kI V.e , . i-.- ... i -- OV.-A-1 '. A' Lw-- v lu TrTC! jtsjLjj L. ALEXAKDEIt, -- 1 low the table (it weights per iun 11! as ii.el tiy le l.iws t Kentm U Wheat .'. readers ijWPiBB : PLAUT'ISKO 5. &C M. FEENOH, 0 ufmj: ditK-iui.- t ra Room undr City Hall. luI2J Prat. . , : Sbolled corn Cora in the ear 6i " 6t 31. lbs ' "' e Re ' iiiriev Irish liell'l oats " ........-- . ............. "j (SO Sl I It. T.TVLKK, 1 i'r. II. BUCHANAN, V. Cbk. jwtntoci at 55i'a ft. Ilootntu- -. "Ihelr In all the hubbub about There is nothiur in the way of a l'robably IliiMness hn caused beans. friends such a uuu.ie thing Wraji or Cloak that wo ha'o not Kneral rexival of trade ftt C A. Hoi- - college let not the lag in of the C:ter evetl.... Clover enterprise iu stock, and are cloHug the '" Ulu comuea urug aiore as riicir gning away ,.(i lis.iiSKiii'r tl.O subagitating Timo by ted. eet. A Flax rail-mad- s, Notice sic Sw.v! tKitntoei While te:inu ...... ................... 6i CO 1 5 f A t5 GO H rYO ti II WBUtffll K8 J5LjiI -- 1 HICEMJLH CAPITAL, Beingrtgul-irl- 10) ..;.: itul rai1" Hemp al. Plaut lJnos. & Co boltl. of Ir. Kins' roads IS well enough uud conwuen- - Millet Caiiriuniptxn. lheir The Fulton paners mention t iuui wih ry vioftoieruieiriuu ttia tiAoie, urn iuv ;urui neoi uiuiiey l GAR... ..................... . fttCt ,llst h always curen aad never dihup- - making sfheinPrt, and the piitieti UinegrA"3 bfeil the names of Judge Ed Sfrke J .. Cusll li8, aud most to be Ituok nbeai l).Tavlorand Jack OliveVasKuit-V0i"lb- P "I'n lJr;'" owist intw-futeOriett ft" P"erIIy DrteJ eat has r.blecatuiidates for the State Leg-- ; .micuiy umd Y.u can i.Lt u ,,,e,K'S",!d where 0 pa.uug ()ui.i.8 ..................... "P" inlature. Either of these ran tie- - before bmiiiirtiTi-etiiiii- r a iriil boulf fwi.. t ' ery buttle wsrran t. liecetiSlt.V eXJStfi: but II good HCllOu! a l ................. ...... men might do very well, were the lurenize $1. a college at Hickman, will be "t.tiie cotit M...... other two "dear charmer.s awa.v." . Bran j an enduring and continuing bene- (aoae IJaek Soutis. rias'crin; hmr 6 ..,.. ..... , For Ladies Mise8 and i; ... .11 ..I.....,,. .... uript . . . . . Cloaks, go to Plant's, they It is fjici ot ffi. the !irourie!or of t'ie ! J" Usiot&he! lime lo ecit. their cui (inerK ol luany. iree inal New Diseovery Hade is simply im,r. ) , , .. - .,.,. IB m i U 14 U f' d-fi- 5S5:SHAST, KY. i, &t M M IS. If Bl 50 W) g.r: erne nil :s S5o,ooa three or four month', discounted rate of per cent ptr annum. 14 I 56 Uepresentd a line of the very best Companies in the United States. t.,' OFFICE AT 60 .- COURT-HOUSE- ,) U-'- f a" 1 avt9 B. H. FREEMAN, TZTG3Z:3yLJi.2r J AS. Es-Circn- SIT. S W all. All cotHectioas organized inil rcntly for paper rasnj; mate for l?posi:ors free of ehatge. lHi.in, we repecfully Mlieit the pttreef tb ArproruJ c-- -- - 20 ,. Chil-dre:i- i. ar bi Ovarstockeda-H- ' will Hveou "United Mongier Ocean .k fi 4Jit, ,!.W . aflair. ;V: " " ','. f 1 .. 00 66 ,':,"rO " IW Fnlton, Ky. it CAMPBELL, Judge, Paducah, Ky. DI5,EOTOE,S R. TlTVLEK. I. orn ijcai n ..,.i.. j- j 6 fi y T 3 to the fiout. the great and over-w25 ".".lA shadowing importance, of working !r - pui&iucs, bAnl K3 ' II - f3. ?? w Mcnn s ?ermauent, good WPeS M. & t ? ""T?; B5'Ya5: MT2&S&i Z&&tttt!,$ALiA2fii.K. 7 he Dally Lire or Admiral Porter. school. " tj) w Admiral Pi rt r is R aian of the quietest Hickman business people and hat ..a He nc- - r eui to the Navy bijui ueBB methods may well he little toward siad iallv do ,,.,K y hu txaciy t "e' nraiit ed and congrHt;!atel that tb.-- act oul eoiarca:d uf the ntiry. He m, Will practice in copartnership in Fulton county. All classes of I owirss, InsiKctt,Gnera! f the nvv, litigation will receivo prompt attention. augl'D-Gin- . l ' uur. boat the several years of DEALER IS Lt & ixjard cf officers t.U ril". 4)iir,iKic-s- , ti'firi-r.x)- i n ii . uvri:. i.ii- - :id . .. . ... in e tto? t maim JLtlltifMi n .hih vnonirro ivrv blip vbn she (,'e. oat or . .. WiTfrot IT ri. n t'l-- l o f r liAtl llllOltiAii liln'l ..'.fVL ... hit DRUGS, MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIOSEUY. and Sohool Pupnlits. t.,1.1 vif. nattirllv in"vo v: ' F.1 nA:.ztg the of hi tl8- I Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTUCES, crop New Orleans Stigais, Mo!aR-!,hor.- " H r. Hawkins W. W. HnnrnTSt'M, idea as a tscaa 0f iiveSiVjc.1, U- - have been ocenrring in all oar o rs ua ;ivuiir uruem ocnPU--uvC K. IMt'ULAK. um T. & PLCMMKB. , SrDRIES TAINTS, OILS, WINES and LIQUORS, for Medical ue. Hickman, Ky. and t'oileep, as cheap an the cau- - it would sthtr .bat ibre a p upiKunomiK towuo, . , a iNiiurv hi work. Ba cmukmc-- 0 rr) O! HOHPl Q '' ""v"'"- , trone the nfi rail raajority of a nmnritj in yr alignment !mo orenrred in Ir.urygaA a -a cheapest. ofiic-,ho cmr.? j? UUUuLrtU, Lfl AGE'T FOE THE a- t!,s uikc up ot river toweg. It'atlucali 11006! 15011 X HlVilrinc llrRnti,&6e. n!iJ duti to Hickman. One season is that our :re quit or,croa. foe oc- be-- t business men belie.ve in jiiili-- ! . dU. WlH 1 T E SEW N G Mr. Huntingdon, of the Chen- - I TI,j8 Ocean show g.ive r.u emus aifvertMiug: ami those wiioi r.a CQrfSlbMtN I S & Ohm load, is in corres hibition, Moudav night, in iiniar- J& e L" AT. well -'- e!l -t- hev nCKVAS, PRTSSCRIIPTIOTSrS A. with the early &1 -- ...t t in tie . alii!le it is'iwiiJ waa natron- - do not ad ,vertisc. ... .. ... i'- - o . ...I. Prwluw Hist may t otfrrcd m i .. Wxll practice in a'l tb c Courts ot the i: - re..crty tux, mt iLm Chattanooga, ar, to runuiii-- a train. izcd i.. a .iaiiK.r of mea lKeff areiu nucu R.'L- - MOOHE can te found over Powell's Grocery to Attend night ctlfe , al niuiie a Fijl juilj3i(l( i)i,trict. or Hhirmeol orage. (n'1 Mei1' .,.,. i. .i.J K'pl7 ;.,... ti;..i....n.. t,w..-,..,...- t thus Rtinuso from their neighbors -- i by i tc i;kos ia lua cflw. Tue Uwli.-ul.jpossibly high PH 1.:, fountain H ow r"e vu I3" m" r ''.r1 U"-- W lUtl ''"f Hay, Corn, OaU, &c, tspt I tir 1 alton, uom. s DIESTELBPJNK sad f ...ii tield, Ia.ui.Ji and, BO ,ar .IS v;e hieanv information. pm,V(..V ,. ;n FHr?J M U,t lnl i H' ati-- ts ay officatoxiitli entire lr tad w .on jut'v 'or 2le. hia Louse, Louisville! claJ lThe th- -t he is ter elites mnill longer. ! . wr iv .oa in tiw streets . j o Vsiriadi.fvft u,j. to an inquiry, the" ow orj -crateh my back and I'll, "luwuivn ',.i.v.Vi rar t- nnnv-4- . (.arii.ie Mercury savs .ezat der described by the Nev.v.. and . v .f p nttng notice" requires a i.i 'so, tue UOURIKR neg- putoyn ot sex a ten yours,-- ' JR a DURiness max-- ; tm mfo u aisoitiwl fmiaiy carrupe. ! fVT 8Pace t0 Rrae all articles, bat no iJ J'caders for being deceived by im that the CofStlKK practices, lo X l trouMe to rLow foods. bxiLin.:lvt but uioetl:' ! MMc.aoas !!ace on eacli Kidc of (o S ff to He rvs mt ily uiiicme and ece, at the corner of Troy bind, to bo on a board not les-- . a local mention of it in last week's aud openlv defends, but does not '. ILaa-rs. u.-- rv ex ooowry Ky .(rd Ijcov Arenue. lliekmrn, iu 1 iBuiik CU!:ii:k. rXhe show advettisetl permit this buKiner.rt feature to in- tur.n :t too: sxinan-- containing r.m-- i net a AJljuJ P-- r WHEJtSCA' I nVY ANt'ITAKKjE PJtaiKEXT AT words "poifmV' We woubrdd 'or the econd night's perform- - ternipt personal friendships. So,1-1'eJSl2! Vs ' ??!. V. tint the name of the claimant of a.ire. but faiiod to aUiuct a bonne, therrfore. if for lack of tack or SALE AND LIVERY STABLE a attention . the CoUUIin: omits or '..,. ri f.. i?.p lii..h. xAh the land on th board woui.J not . an did not ahow. Before decid n tlii3 question we invite you to examine tho beauti..mwm SiV TTT TCtll i well kmt ,.tid esmi rast it is lie nut of place. inetr ects to scratcn a inent at a i,-- ji ful and varied stock. rc- Ui. & time when, or on tho spot where,; su.ut .'oph. He v.jU about Ifen. .. . r ir IS TH3 STRONGEST! mr i tiiij. TirABkkrtij iou &r teeunR iepre-eyour pp?uie it. ' itclios the most," why, wu be-- ' nyv-a- i rjre taiUig " "'"ol "ciiwuiin iu THS MOST DCRABI.B KENTUCKY STREET, w,u , inu aou rruiis 10 no iuuiiu i. such friend not to fee Blifjhted, AND THS BEST. on bend for hi j ooustsnlly lU ? ' -. KCEPS nale up. Brace ." "'S"'- - i.1 e "R J "' " n1 wnt to ir ,n t0- o k iot a WTtL-akrUi,v.. lt is the -- nlv SKW1M; M A.CIIINF nr the at new store, Futjua tfc De?ov's old ptand. has an endless vatiety ei I he Chicago Anarchists have nunli- - tl'iieatid spot, .so WC can "scratch. spriug j . but not with Ftinnrianl. imliMit bnt If you Ulk HORSES, riUOGIES and HACK?. ith w ,rid that turn fbher forward ook- - and Fam-stationery, Papetfrics of all tyles and finish, Ptot, I rontinties to hitters wbich hve for their basii Hut. boar in mind, we don't Wclut v.m i Hal that h meetings, and their cn-s.lior-- e ez.1 thiniii resumed their UaTin purebjsed the Slbl, hlcard i.d 'i -, riirht ana thut Lis iduas w clwut ta cecr ., and entire outGt of Vt". B. Plumwe r Pencil?, ew 1:1 the njnio direction. Lap Tablets, Albums Card Caseu, Cuids, ic, hs is aid to, be the very ehean, bad whiAy, anl which rtiBiu- - to do all Uie "scratching." latent scheme .... 'jc .1 vou , , ,p (i.. . , er an ;, :i.. ... u;. i'- - v uw autj vtsur i , .,- lie vou rnniliiioniour, huh meu What VOU ii icvj uu i.. te propose to continue the bu.iness, and and Toys in endless variety. ! .ii.v;i iuoc " " llian hi'forp. T uiui:i; ii j iuv the Ktaitinjr of ; uror r V ' - ...:i!V. .,..t . 11, but h lotiL- ia.;n youagcr. solicit putronaec Lak Miehijran aim . - nn ai.ratitf. thst will iwrifw.nr . . . 1V.H. . lie has uti e.ois- f" (sevrnd veers i MB SCrmoniori bib poniPrr-atii rea at Home dozen diSerel.t nla Mood. nUrt dealt! v action of Liver and lS r.i';- - Anaiig a history ol ti i a.y hinug the ... ,:.ni..r- .... . ...i.:..i. ..... vpaf. FOB SALE. lie ua ,..-..:...! un-.iwwic ores mm"i i.':.i aiuiih, health uw. .trenBth -- ..,i m:..a .iKter.n-t-ftniav. people of ueen in isie o tbiapliro- war. lrcM'itori JUpuiilti.. the J. C V7ERN, AlltJ Su;I. extinguished owin-t- o the r....o:i not be )5Z2 20D.ORO fc- -t dry Cvpre' Ruildinp Hickman, Ky. hitters, for the prist two years, and has K ln.-L- . xvill find m ,e . , ta&at mozt rr'nYtr ? OJbfiJKOh ai.d Fen'inj; Lumber. Also, 10 0,M)C-ot. w..tei eim..ni!o,?r nnnii Hol. hlll,MrJ,1:mllBf mi.mhpN nt0.A Council Cypres tShin"lc. taa uesiruciion ot i::e tower. cocibu'i? Drug Store of his church, and tho citize is of BONDURANT& Dlt'JWRY J- - C. 1'AUlLUft Hickman. Ky , Nov. 30. 1SSC. , Don't lose sijht of the col- J. Y. GllKX. .v inert " vniifnti !)eieoci-i- t n- - tIlu t;oiiiiiiiii.) ' 9 Mavnr Freneli ;' Council met. Prcn-ii- t, &' &J y JB) lge enterprise u. the excitement' , 7, .i,,,;,,,.,, ,.,.;. pietyand trentlemanly deport-nen- t t " ""nd " of radroa.l boom,, j, lt !fi t0 he hope.l 4hat he will be CowncitraenWsttiaitinama1:eUo2CH1Feibe j ? n ;cnral A LECTURE TQ YOUNG MEN cf,., and Hertwecb. And set your IlUekaniitljing ... r..,it. returned to Hiehman for the ;..i. ..,.,! i, ,i... r:...i,.,. ihe nunutc of Uie lat meeting were KepatriDg done at t:. "" HCR Ss read. approTetl and igned ' niiKt-- 1 in their 'teens, are nrofeSbinir .ve:"' " Mo.. Ints the folio CZj- prosperity wnorever no .na. ACCorsw of the very of all HardrftM Vhen Christ; the youths anduiasc.s, ediiin prominent place yt .&. iaiaa lias a splendid stock CNF Pit IK,beand makesthe verykinds ofthe Buurktt .. y k' n,e following acconnts nerepreanted, SftComer of Ohion an J Exckatige Strttli ) ,Ue caes .or oomeicn. e, ( lowest that you enter tho post otiice theseijust entering on the verge of which are offend r.t . oa ujoiion ; .nndbein S 'rP"v eold davs please leave the door manhood and womanhood, aie Monday. . I.epferp on t!u were allowed, ami c.iecks ordered issued HICSKAN, nliiro Trcii:nnui justitlcs. All goods guarantcett to oe exactly as represented. - their sina .. ,..,i,,,?L,! the; "Hiim1 Wa hb-- , i wide open. By so domfjyou will havmnncl ftixlicm cnr. Mrs. y. c. StephenR, mother for the amounts: Our Sltriiialurilitfu.ltluml Trice. Alm , liin.luti Good Work at !. Ntoii Pliiluj nr. on miaaie-aeoouvey to uie mums oi inose io Impii-- i Mr j:unP8 t. Stopiions. ot 5t. 1137 roll veb endine 20 iont.. S S3j motto. trj ii t.i mnrriace rj, c'lKTi'l, 'uuiiiii'ii. n, " " " the inside the impression that you j from the paths 01 sm, and aid Hu.Ujnitn. died, at tho family resi- - " Vi' c: It K a specialty "'SS Inie'liiu 5 70 '7 Clfilpj.. a!, Kll. MllltAlnllt 1'liJaiCll Ili4.urlt), Under- - walking in the straight and nar- - ,iPI)Co jn Paducah, Sundav tnorn- - tto Hertweck, stacking lumber.. were reared in a aaw-mil- l. & CO. 37 Hy RUIIEIIT I. VVU KUW KI.I., 31. I. ic JOHN F. GKAY ailmirible Tb niillmr. 0 65 w.KjjrsaJOT53rg .rrr;mfmX3aax , row way, anu 1 lie gray naircu oi.i jK last, after an. illnesK of mine J. It. Lattna, retiairiug tooU, iic tautlJ mar2G if Lrctarr, clerlj proiS liiun In twn . IIIU.IXQUr.NT LIST. n.a Le !lll,i women whoso litoilu are tll;u, o years from Bricrlit'a disease. of ron.f.jiK-nrr- f lli.it tho infill M, tronti.pr oTmr.. 'Mi.l nl,,,,."111'11 rfte ti.all remoti-i- l uillii ut tlrij;roui turv,nlei , , ooweu down wun inu ,mus 01 Tlie . , , y Jniie. uty lax Collector, pre- w;m well known to erition,'tni;lff, Inntrurortits unci- r n.ial. uua luniicu inn inin.i ,...,..,. T? .... ..Mil hfllieil llie (leimqueill ilM lor 1C?0 puiiitini.-,ru- t ni JOLXli lo ir ii iiiihI n. cur at om e certain mi J el r 1. ..J T ntli tiL " u- in K!!m rmthn - f LUWart aim chart for December lueidentally !t rctua' '"J lll t'r "ff rrr,;nulnmtter wlml In." Her ib! date, .n.o,.ntu,g :o S25040. hid on 1 jtittnieshoUlof.llOtUOI worarc,. , nickmail many years. coiidil' '" mi I, may c,,r,! lilBi.f i motion, was examined and ordered ba! AllkindflofGrocerift,-h.uBfi,Mdefl- ,fcc lie Bays: . ...- . oicjiuiMin ueu mto ins lianu to nniaii uti tnc collections, us cheao s the cneapec i. w It j- - T.i Ltcbtrt Kill ret a boon lo IhiiuanJs and fc,".-win hui ijusouiui, .ur. .1. The United States fiignal BPPTirp. will J juk.. , nuaeraou. UEFD kxecutf.d. in ncw uneatis mst wpnnj;. .ur-- . jiblTordfir boi8el the moit justifiable. """ ,u ""- i Hnt t.nJeral, In a jilain eiivelopo, to any two 'rfrS-pion tsurntis for i he, .Stephens wan a member of the t:,c City Clerk reported thatj.u.dfcx,. on recript of four cnla or i Ar..iegU-- . Bui-'- Mula'cft""1!"'Atlilrr.. lOthr- o. A. HoicouiaxJL!? to liked bv rcuteJ .. . iiai nl s . IlKALEai ,, cui.vKRWKi.i'.siKnicAi. I i iue .ufw u, Baotist church, and wellI4IMIIIJ ilHU T.ill deedsfnr. romotor.-J- lnlu rpIlrt nic oeti oa.vc ill-. ru:lK iur n.... ner aso. .au-a- . , ... XI.U STLGYERS of the beautiful 41Tiai: M , New orV, N. V., I'ost Uiflco Box, 4M Aim Bru5Sore,, Ulcer- Salt Itheum, Fever " i I juurtty IIAf V WTwhatld Probwill So Tetter, Chapped Hand,? Chilblain-- , relatives have the sympathy of all JO.LJi Sntrt P3 do may be a very During vc.iture corns, and all Skin Emotions, ami noi friends in their atTiie:tion. Complaint having been mde to the' FAINTS S, 5 Council that certain parties hat obstructed TTt Y. V "JTT JTT i'3 in tho iield of prophecy, but It tively curca Piles, or no pay required. It! FOSi T23 2'. i T) i ' JV 3 SJ 1 I i S to zive perfect Cholera, whielt is slowlv antl Holly alley in Eut Hickman,.., on motiun, ' will bardlv strengthen public con- money refunded ..Price 23 cents per boi. verv pradttally relaxing ita hold on d.e City .11(1 mill 13 uneven iu i., . u c f..i.i : .1. ..... ...i iiaicrtm. A vi,it, -where you will ft nil always on : x-ijasc - isbt 32: fidencein the weather wisdom of ( or snle by C. A. llolcombe auey uiieneu auu uieuiciiui an iiuwm,ii For . irArtlint and wl aorlel stock of , ! hand, a lare ibouthorn Lurope, is a nreadniff nt ...rt. Unt, Ronneis, Lace, Fliwer and Fe:eli-er?- , i 'COX PO USMMDt ss CA RI. a$- - rn escr on motion, Council adjourned. Mr. Edward Webb aud Miss rapuuy in oouui .meuea, aim The Iron Mountain extension' be found ia a and iu fact, everyttiinp to h Green, ,,., as to Hickman next - .... now ... t 2"ettie....:. .i :.. both ofi Fulton,r ln:iv "V'to" iu nemispuere,now Aite.t. .. n i. i'iutu iiiiiiv, v. w ... year is nstiu ine were uoueu in 4i. i.,.i.. ooiiun in t int. u is irmv estaniisuet . nie' . . i Arkansas, HSES. FIRST GLASS . , ., ,,. tiiu nun certain ai auvtuinj; tuai i . eouuuiea oner which route ninriimony, Tuesday uiglit last. future can be but by Orders promptly filled, and pricea to kiiit TUL STOCKHOLDER OF Tezas, but we do not pretend now o indi- - The fair bride is onVof tlio most no harriers to iU the time-.- . rather invito attaek. Que dauber scioSUvT-A-i- T JBJL2STK. cate. The Courier, always re-- J excellent young ladies of Fulton, Florida, has many warm friends in toi'st'rot-iln?- , on the second J'- - - Hl meet at said liable and never sensational, would jt:3 "S755 . nie epi- Moll(l.iyIn jammry 17. at 2 p. m. to who extend congratulate1 Pa.1 1'" af J.1 AND THE not make thia statement except Hickman, J2S Tlie Fall ?fIon wilt einntt uropo clcel IlttW olScCrS for lbb7. " WR :lt ,1r ,,c,,,t ' nnnn fitraiMit nuthoritr. Now. l'O tions on tho harnv event of her DCALEK I.Y t on about vour business and stop' marriage, and wish for her and! an evidence of the boom ifc and her chosen companion, a long life;. WORK CATTLE FOR SALE. your pros and cons, aud ti hips before the JL'family And Continue I'our Month. Sjrlng 5fiUm Commeaw OF prospel-ity- . j of hapninessand 'nds. luy, the ereat monetary opera- - I hive live yo'e of FINE wokk CAT- Si A SO ALSO. M6KBAY, JAK7AEY 3, IS8T, tioiUJ in New York tho past few TLE for Pile. They are in fine plight, and Naples '"""' Eaisins, Pru-- ( ' AUo, two L.og 2xet, Seiner, Lilies, llook, and all.Kinn Thc Episcopal COUVOCaiiou ;., .. rlM...f well trained for losing. .7 AaU Contlnn Fire Monti.'. mf li.l,!.,. T..M. -- ...I C, ,...!;. ....!,. JiellB, Bananas, Cocoanuts, Mala-- , for the pa(iUCah Dintrict .has been : u. x ltllllll Center iIR"nt fist Li,,li' Ws,ss ...:. i. i ..:...5 libhlb AIM! ...IUJFII V, . .1 Ui "" C WELLS, ?ThiJ cnura nf tn.lr Inrliirlln? tk.irnn.-I- i tirimirr work In EnrlUli brtbebtf. MtLtwti, LaliB igam. (Jroccries and Family Supplies gen J F Grapes, Catawba Grapes, Jasesaion in TAKE THE Rrttlc. . . I'mmanihiii. lliialc.Kceiiiu... nJ . this wiK; loekmp; its great money boxes to Arlington, Ky. ; ernlly. . :.: : : . novi9 . " iniiira ind Floiida Oran.'ea ' and V! t ,rrrrf Klacutlnn. prparliou of itaJ'nts lor eullegf, Cll5tUeoIct. cm" - i nu jo-- b B fppeci.ii atttfutlaa U doYoteJ tn U aiPomtniff tlurt a(.COmmodate the demand for new T Pears, at California some nuuisters wno were expect. N., C. & St. L. buildings, 3 Farms for Slvnt, Fuqua & DeBow's. ed. are not in attcndiition. Kev. invrst,nents in railroad i...n. ,.r-.- i ... .., . r... rHDKHIUS, at., .Kin n. uuik , , ,, ....w. A.. :., r me Tfin fir Ir1 THE mil is T : TUITION; " "?:.." "l .. wi..j, r, , Countv Ulerlr xavior issued r. delivering a licmierson: liasg ill'Ti frt ti, ortti.r.ri. Rt.ntoc ,, CJonil fV.nccs. ill fiiriiisi) rentM nnnli " . senes-o- f l,ee.a ffimary Pupils pr month.. marriage license this week, to tue PHYSICAL AflD SURb'EQN, shall all get some benefits from en 4 cows and calves to milk if cood care lntrrnipillate, " ......... per acre $ Every- - is taken of them. EST terms parties: A. t L Furris to .eBtinp sertnong; this outflow of Ilionev. AiITnuCCJ now that JSS7 will wwucmoub naue iong y wu. addreftsf KENTUCKY Ii. Webu co Go to P'aiifs Tuidfget any thing indicates hickman, Miss A. R. Witt;U. Gall on nciret Ticket Vgent, or rAYABLE MONTHLY IN ADVANCE. JbliBB Jieuw urccn: u. n. juasiuee kiml ot a Lathes rr Misses Wrap, prove a very prosperous unsi- - " . W. W. IvOX, TicU-- t At. Hickman ' Ky. 3T. O. year, and that this will bo spo- - or UTTl'eiS.y. -- r rMnS to Miss E. 0. McGleHan: W. 1). mt cost-- all mzos, coloA shapes . j .j DEAt charl.. Mo. W. L. DAXLEY, G i & T. A. jlmrouf.iKT., Julr33, SS. tf . i jani6-'S- 0 3k i3-4I ciallyimarjtcd in tho Sonth.i Calltcnt to AlibS Willie liaywjao-.l- and kinds. . Kh'il!e, Tsnn. " I... l. M.I iii-iim tro. " tin &fi4ii9.c or hote beerRt.",c!;-- ' Manv honest workingmen nre'b0Rnhl3' l,ou!c 1? thro out of employment, and s shut down, by the ruin- . .ion titke 10 nni.t factorie rrmiM.ion. fiUrt competition of convict labor, in terms), amt has been a Mirt of wbi'Ii j.et a make polltK'6 practical ill urawm carJ for ,1 inn .nwl ........t.r. !... equally iaironese.oraim ncii 11. irtni cm uncertain cerMia clMoi r ... : r ,u . hitnseh hss been a Isxir . t ,. . wilt vnfi n.rn nut n reiifi; that 2en .... ! lutiiri win .1 I... . , I'Tiltilnvnnr, cnii'ii.tv: .!.:. ... li. UMI IUC ?i4lii ClillC . ... jr.l. !. w... uu l"M' 3I'C .N.....t7. ! .,.- " " .. iu iiMUic . ilMtnl nl.I ffVlil Ikilf It.iiJIUEI pu MM. At.llNf UUV Ifnklk i 6Vvl tilt? ttMMMMI HuMirnrJn 6eed W .... .... M FREEHS . & CAMPBELL. II M. ALEXANDER. Il.mifinNvX. C.r.0. I R L. USUEUWOOD. THRELKELD. CHA8 BALTZKE. K. C. JOIISSON. rin 1 ""SL'."1" l"! 3 jie-fe- 4 a4 W y i-- ii ) 11 fe . bsSU w ! .- TS,m T i . VU t " V i.ri .- UT ii li -- e ftf-s- hi T'T-fiT- iv -- riiof t- -- " pH r--lr- ...... ei-apea- te &.,.,. Hick-poudenc- I ! "n- Pai,'. ,,t iii"u "",,.,", JZ'l?? ltH -u-a- I Sl?EOIA.IiTY. MACHINE c-n- y r ( FEED STOKE, lloual John - Iuawr '. .' '.,.,!-.uy ; 1 1 ;,.,. I . 1 - .. ..-- b, -- cothi - Family OR i -- - .- ent-rtai-- ja i . ."! " 1 5, i.ai.iiiMW.ei.ww aor "; . ll . Tf -l i ... XTmZL su-Asi- M Et faa-trui- a v.Kir: ttair . - .".. iLir h r.-ui- s vawjk: 1w -ub arntoi ? Fakis Paiikek, MBS. Purt-folio- JENNIE GARDNER,im li-- , u. v i I TT-.l- l.. y-- ar . - ct-"- s ej, . u .j. - litelsikElfelilii S2 f ..-- ! ,.,, v L'roi-cciSijijrs- :. I j I i- ... - ; "3 ..-- ! iji i n-- x- wm-Miolie- e "1 "'' -- AU-0WK- I 'PP1 u , ; : u.aof Rock-botto- L.uir-i..ii- ., 1 HOOFING A SPECIALTY. HorIi-rviiOnH- -l .Hi-tl- -.- uav-uiuk- n, ... ilr-A!.U- k de'-ease- d :r..V '' --- 1 1 1111 ww. 1 - lit-'- , -- , S.. ,. i... n OLD ESLIABLE 5I1AS. A. HOLOOMBE, -N-- - !...,; - -- ..-- -.. -v T T 3!. . l, lJ nki 3 ,n-in- .i mmMwtm IISSISSIPPI- IK d ii BIWDFF8, r-s- ir no ?ti : , pammi-.-vmeuu- H press, MB? ! '"""L i,, ,wii . F -- r Groceries; rVlIiiii Eesorts i ltu .... -- A Th South I BQS,5ts13 rl .- tu-- s -- - -- --- "-"- inter-followin- '.. V " ..-- -- rJDE. A. F-AJRI- . 5-- r -- - - -- Q "Hlin. -- TAYLOE. &! j- - M--- -- ' gzs'Z ,; HUT.W ,i. ,.l iMumiiiiiiiiWiw