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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iSUiii Uw N Jtlv3L ij RfJ 13H MA s jl -- - -i J w r P T- 7 M V J sf 5t 3q 4ats - i IfHI ECMiB PUBLISHED BT COMES Fine Job Printing v -- 3 EVERY FRIDAY GEORGE WARREMf v - HICKMAK KY Cf gfc THE HICKMAN i S fc COURIER 1SS7 EXECUTED aWfcSSill a With fatness and Dispatch 3 OSceJackson Street nut door to City Hall ZjJTTEIt- - GEORGE WARREN Editor f f The Oldest Newspaper in Western Kentucky 3III VOL SC EAD a HEADI 3 pbkck of subscription isa CURRENT TOPICS I ESTABLISHED MINERS PERILS 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY ER1DAY SEPTEMBER 2 CONQUERED Going Through tho Treaohoroua Rapids in a Boat rcrllous Trip Made by the Imrntor or a Craft CilriiUtril to Rob Turbulent Sea A NERVY WOMAN lumjKil XXIIJo Hfke ETC BTO 1 48 a x -- ht IIS XJ sc- - fe 2Ss DrvrALo Eiias wife has applied for a di- Â¬ Tlirfto Hundred of Thorn CaughtIn vorce a Shaft bathing by moonlight or starlight is Sax z ap oration Into AVlirh a Iuko Sulqnly iours jts S Senator HinDLEnEKOcn once fought two j ten Iucbilr All iuelsinoneday iipc In the Mexican church choir no woman is allowed to sing i Junticoke Pa Aug 23 Terrible ex Tiieke are 1400000000 cigarettes smoked citement was caused this morning hi the in this country annually fatal No 1 shaft at this place by the break Tiiet are raising peaches ten inches in ing away or earth bai riers that separated circumference at Boutonviile Ark a worked out portion of the colliery from Tnn hop crop of the Mohawk Valley 3 tho chambers where miningis in progress and tho sudden precipitation of a largo Y is baid never to be finer in quality All the Vanderbilt roads will do away body of water into a gangway where over three huudred miners were at work For with the deadly car stovo this winter u long time past a huge subterranean The Tacific Itailway Commission aviU reservoir has been forming containing lt in Xew York from September U0 to Oc millions of gallons of water Tnis tober J undertrround lake was 570 feet hew I I mirn h reifcriping FgTlt a - iMdjujrhoi- -MHGtalTMTr -- 11m - MEAT FAMINE THREATENED Ilci f to Co a IUkIi a AVhcn tlio Cow Mo Chicago Aug 20 The Tribute this morn- Â¬ ing has a long article on tho dressed beef ring and how it i3 profiting by tho low price of cattle It sayu it is assumed in many quarters that a beef famine is not far away Estimates as to tho destruction of cattle in the Northwest lastwinterarethat in Montaua there were about 400OJO head in Idaho about lCOCOO in Wyoming about S00IS in Colorado about VXK orlQOO During the summer en account of in all the excessive drought it is estimated that the losses in tho beef producing States suoi as Illinois Iowa Ohio Missouri Kan Â¬ sas and in New Mexco Texas Minnesota t rr thn Ii Â¬ F J r i i j- W5 - t i- lh chiia carCharlotte Mich ttio mined galleries The first intifathm fell into a mill can head lirst and Avas tho men had that the mine wastiS flooded was the sudden appear tce of drowned water in the chambers As it increased in Couxtekfeit two dollar silver certifl nnd catcs are giving considerable trouble ib depth many hurriedly quit worfct thin rushed to the bottom of the shaft By Kcw Jersey from all P31 of time a regular Is Milan they have no sidewalk but the colliery set exodus miners wding in tho the entire street is paved smoothly from through water breast high before the house to house last of them got out The work of The people of this country srend SS2 rescuing the men was proccededth 000000 a year for silks Iess than half ot promptly the steam carriage takinS up It is woven here twenty iit a time All sorts of ruau rs Yagck rumors are in tho social breeze were set adrift and the mouth of tho about a coming marriage of a Duke to an mine was crowded with anxious women American girl and children exhibiting the usual alarm Tke great Tower of Babel which is to and frantic demonstrations Luckilf ail distinguish the Trench Exhibition of 1SS9 were taken out safely Ninety chiles is gradually rising- perished Work will be suspended for an Maiik Twain tlie richest humorist in the indoiinato period as the water IstsTiU world is an inveterate smoker and anun running in Had the earth fissure been tiring billiard player wide enough to admit the whole vqiuiao EPIDEMIC AMONG FISH Employes of the Pennsylvania railroad of water at once not a man wouui uava j nre to organizo independent assemblies of lAnn eitnil Kvt Ubbli j Hank or Stream In 111Ih1 i nnil Wlscon- tho Knights of Labor hin Ucuiel AVitli tlie Demi Galen i III Aug 20 Wthui the pist PLUCKY DEED It is said that Flood and Mackajlost SS000000 in tho recent attempted wheat tvo or three days lb- iish in many of tho corner in San Francisco or a llamKoinn Kentucky Woman streams in this section have died by south Carolina million tho General Black the Pension Commisand tho few that CoLrsinn S C Aug 25 Information are left are rapidly following suit sioner draws the largest pension enjoyea received here is to the effet that a few TUe banks of the Galena river and by any soldier 25 a week An OXeil Neb girl fell out of a second days ago the Assistant Superintendent branches are lined with dead fish of all story window to the ground ami fanded and Roadmastcr of the Northwestern sizes and varieties from the tiny minnow Railroad accompanied by the sheriff of to the mammoth cat and sturgeon At uninjured on her rubber bustle It is said of Russell Sage that he can Williamsburg County with a material BuncQnibo Wis a few miles from this command 23000003 in cash in half an train and force of hands proceeded up a place dead fish are so numerous on tho tram road owned by T C Wiltoughby banks that the stench arising from thorn is hour any time during business hours manu- Â¬ TiicitEis still another railroad dangci a large planter lumberman and end almost unbearable At Lancaster V is facturer and began at the extreme the scene on the river bank begsrars dethat must go along with the car stove and of tfce road tearing up and loading scription upward of fifty wagon loads the wooden bridge the grade crossing Mr Wil of dead fish being in sighL There aro An Enscnada Cai paper speaksof ma tho rails which were rented to which there had hogany as so plentiful in that section that loughby and about Willoughby was abÂ¬ numerous theories afloat as to tho been a it forms the cheapest kind of fuel for do- sent in dispute Mr In the evening when cause One is that the recent rams havo Philadelphia riled the water with mud so that the fish mestic use run on and ready the E KnEKMiNof Cape Charles Va has the train was loaded Willoughbyto a hand- jhave been unable to breath and strug Â¬ J main track gling to the surface for air have died raised 10030 worth of kale from fifty some Kentucky idrs woman took a position Another 11 that during tho dry hot sum acron or 320 per acre His net profit is the rc Td in front or the engine and refused mer the valleys and marshes above wero 12050 or 259 per acre to allow the train to pass out A sofa and filled The public debt has been reduead at the rocking chair were there and she held With with sOme poisonous growth that the rceont floods was carried into average rate of StETOVJn eaca year 5174 the fort all night ami declared she would tlie streams and poisoned the wator 1SC each day and 12047 for every minute remain there until her husband returned of the last twenty two years A Baltic With Indians The railroad attorney arrived and at At Seymour Can the other day a man tempted unsuccessfully to make the wo Denvei Col Aug 1M The MtpHbtietuii was found dead in the woods with a child man vacate Mrs Willoughby employed Rleuwood Springs special says Barnstein playing besido tho dead body but too Iivryvrst but nn sctUouiout viil l io ar- Awl niwtiit fii- wlrrt young to convey any information at On tHcev5nl5rsornho 5rctn rl Justin Abattle has taken plueebo- rived WnEN a horse with the cognomen ot day the railroad attorney ordered the train twten Kendalls men and a band of Ia Laggard wins a 810000 purse the eternal to run out at any cost Mrs Willoughby dlaasv Deputy Sheriff Jack Ward is killed unfitness of things on this mundane had armed herself with a sixteen shooting and s eral arc wounded Several In sphere receives another striking illustra- rifle and as the train came down upon dians aro leportcd killed Several woro n tion hcrinstcad of movihg she covered the seen to fall and to bo carried off tho field A colp bad young man ha been writing engineer with a rifle nnd ordered him to So far as known the light was stopped by love letters to the daughter of Jay Gould halt which he did without a second or- darkness and it is thought will certainly superintendent be rosumedtby dayliirht and her brother explains to a reporter der Uete the train that the writer has never seen the young and hands remained until a compromise ie Drove Into the Locomotive lady satisfactory to Mrs Wllloiighby was Westchested Pa Aug 20 A sinMiLLiONAmn Mackat of California agreed to gular accident occurred on the railroad has received tho cross of tho Legion of between hero and Frazer last night re Â¬ Bailie With Bandits Honor from the French Government for making Havre the terminus of his Atlantic Brownsville Tex Aug 25 Customs sulting in the death of Wm Walton a policemen and troops led bj Senorcs well known citizen or West Goshen Wal cable Miii Rooms is the cattle Queen of Tex Felix Tames and Joaquin Castilla and Cap ton was driving home and it seems that a said to be worth 10000JO Her hus- tain Romero had a fight with Mauriaao on reaching the railroad his horse left tho band is a preacher and Mrs Rogers and Rscndez and thirty bandits oa tho wagon road and started down the track direction looks after the business end Qf tho estab-Â¬ 17lh last near San Carlos in the moun A train going in the opposite to piece tains The robber were beaten and Re struck the horse and ground it body lishment was Waltons sendez was captured They had in their under the locomotive Ikesident Clevelindj invitation to also fearfully mansled goods Pittsburgh is to be engraved on a steel possession d quantity of smuggled plate which is to be rolled until it is only Rescndcz is wanted in the United Slates No Whits Pupils Heed Apply three thousandths of an inch in thickness for smuggling but that offense is not Ga Aug 20 In the Legisla Â¬ Atl4ST ofnnd can be rolled together in tho form of jincludcd in the list of cxtraditablo ture to day a resolution was passed taking fenses and it is not likely ho will be away a scrolL tho SS0O0 appropriated to tho At IYuahton Bakeh of Philadelphia is at given up lauta University unless that institute will the head of the American syndicate which give tho Governor satisfactory assurance Slay of Excculion for Jake Sharp has just secured such extensive concesthat it will not accept white pupils It is Wiiitehux N Y Aug 25 Judgo 1ot bolieved by a great many that this resolusions in China for banking building rail- Â¬ case roads telegraphs and telephones devel Â¬ tcr has granted a stay in the Sharpthe en- tion will be passed by the Senate and At 1220 p m a hansom drove up to oping mines etc Glenn bill will not be put on its and a clerk that tho Tue death of Prof Baird beforo com trance to Ludlow street jailClark entered passage Cochran the plcting his sixty fifth year shows that men fromjail oflice of the news of the granting Marries an Indian Heirass the beariusr of science do not always understand the of a stay of proceedings He handed tlia Pierre Dak Aug 20 Douglass F Cir science of life A man of hjs powerful road it lin chief clerk at the Cheyenne Agency physique and great abilities should have note personally to Mr Sharp who without showing any signs of emotion or was married to day to Madica Dupreat lived at least eighty years upon it Mr Sharp tho wealthiest Indian heiress on tho Sioux Not to be outdone by Yan Phon Lee the making any comments then handed it to his wife who read it and reservation Curlin is closely connected Chinaman Jo Kichi TakominL a Japanese seemed to be delighted at the news with prominent army oiliccrs and with nobleman has just married MisCarrief- the Carlins of Illinois Over one thousand Hitch a beautiful Creole belle of New OrIndians witnessed the ceremonies and tho Old Woman Eats Her Whole Familf leans There seems to bo no limit to tho festivities will last three days JViNSErco Aug 25 Letters fromFra enterprise of American girls Ml- zicr and Stewart dated Fort Chtppeyan Champion Swimmer A rnoTOGiurn said to be one of the that point state that they largest in the world has been taken of the July 5many hardships reached fires havo FuiLVPELniiA Aug 20 Robert Magec Forest after United States Treasury building at Wash swimbeen numerous and destructive Destitu- of Baltimore wou the long dlstanco and a lngton it measures seven feet by four winter was ming championship of America and is to be presented to ex Secretary of tion at Fort Cliippcwyan last cannibalism purso of 4850 yesterday by defeating Butterrible and several cases of the Treasury Daniel B Manning race ia One old woman at Littlo ler and Blackhurst in a ten mile The real estate crazo in Southern Cali arc reported and eaten the Delaware river Butler held the cham Â¬ killed or tho fornivhas even demoralized the doctors Red river admits having Starvation and canni Â¬ pionship for five years The time In writingva prescription recently one of her whole family reported from JIcKeazio men was Magce 257 Butler 31010 balism aro also them addeathiarection1Xake one- - icr-wi-Blackhurst 325 thlru tlown nnd the remainder In one and An Ambitious Celestial Baltimorc Burkcr Reprieved two years secured by mortgage Washington Aug 20 Moy Gong a Baltimore Aug 22 Governor Lloyd Betex thousand people assembled at City Point Boston the other day to witness a latejto night reprieved John Thomas Ross Chinaman and laundryman has declared before the ferics of swimming matches between negro who was to have been hucgcd Iu Bal-Â¬ his intentionto become anSupreme Court of American citizen dogs The contestants swam from a barge timore to morrow for two weeks The re- the District anchored about half a mile off shore to a prieve was granted on tho strength of a He declares that hols tired of washee communication sent to the Governor by washeo aud wants a Government oflico point within a short distance ofland either tho position of an Indian agent or Da Spenceu F Baiud the deceased Judge Duffy who passed sentence on custom house officer would suit him Ross secretary of the Smithsonian Institute Is Gladstone Beaten the author of more than 1233 books pam- Â¬ i Government Deposits phlets and publications of various kinds Loxook Aug 23 Gladrttones resolution Washington Aug 25 National Bnk Elder EvaNs of the Shaker commnnitj depositaries now hold 20351204 of Gov- against the proclamation of the Irjsh at New Lebanon Columbia County X Y ernment funds This is tho greatest National League was negatived has just celobrated hi3 eighty fifth birth amount of funds ever hold by the deposi- the House of Commons by a vote of 272 to 194 Chambcrlia Collins aud two other day For fifty live years he has abstained taries at one time Unionists supported the minority Jrom eating fish and flesh ii War Department Vacancies The Mormons have a story that some The Inmates Spared Washington Aug 25 There arc 3fty Eastern phrenologist has offered 1000 for Owoss Mien Aug 20 During a storm John Taylors head and the tomb of tho three vacancies in tho AVar Department to or W G Kctchum was struck dead president will be jealously guarded bo filled by civil service appointment the house The Commission intends to extend tho by lightning and shattered in almost every in consequence examination for promotion under which part without injuring any of the eight A Lainsbceg Mich man has a tamo these vacancies occurred to other departÂ¬ persons who wero eating supper though cricket which sings whenever called upon ments i all folt tho shock Every picture in tho to do so Iii6 asr frolicsome as a circus Khouse wa3 destroyed Pennsylvania Prohibitionists clown and is almost tickled to death to Pa Aug25 Hon Sim Drill Driven Through His Body receive any notice from its owner It sings in a rasping sawfiling tenor and in con B Chase of Easton was nomiPltmouth Pa Aug 20 Whilo Georgo a annoy key but gets there just the same nated by the Prohibition Convention by ac Jiycrc a miner was preparing a Dlast Tim little insect furnishes no end of clamation for Supremo Judgo Captain the powder ignited by friction and tho amusement by its evident intelligence and D C Irish of Sewjcastle wasfBoroiuatcd drill with which ho was pounding tho its willingnesaMo display it lichargc was driven through his body can not be many keener disap-Â¬ These Murderous Tramps Fire Escape Fight pointments in life than to travel Tialf icay St Pakl Aug 25 At Maple Grove New jTokk Aug 20 Mayor Hewitt has round the earth to take observations of a sun eclipse only to be entirely balked by a Minn tramps threw Mrs Hiller sixty- - instructed the corporation counsel to prosecloudy day That is what happened to a thrco years into a cistern and stole 1523 cute all hdlcl kecpers who failed to placo number of scientists on the other side of from the house Tho old lady clung to tho a rope long enough to reach the ground In pipe of thepuufj until rescued by her sons each room ot tho house As none of the the globe a few days ago several hours Jatcr but may die from the New York hotels have complied with tho TalmageA Lambert a young Washing law a bjg fight is probable tea lawyer who represents himself to be nervous shock W the bob ot David Lambert who helped to Bank Frcsident and Cashier Arrested Jews Driven Out organize the Territory of Minnesota has ICw sis Cm Aug 28 J A Warner Odessa Aug 25 In consequence tho commenced proceedings to establish tus annexation of Taganrog and Rostnff of tho Prcs dent and C U Shepps Cashier of to title to 4S acre on theshorcs of Lako I D0nC0s9aclt Districttae JeVvsTel iding in th First National Bank of Burlington PJ Alea The property lg vaiucd atatlctei I lltACf to1flrk llfA tAt rHllul Jfnvf fHvvf of- the VIU6IHJ W41V1IIM- Col woro arrested horo to day on tho fcalf a saiUlcn dollnri Tho prtwedings for oilier parts iw - mvvii EmplraXAIaiiy o- - chargoof embesrips funds nf tho bonk Th iinont ts art iretrt azHinst Woiihiffton eJrf incut irltl migrate to AuorJev whicii recently uiMU Â¬ Â¬ IAjattlt S imaj nEn iA omJSm aMMMniQ disxanco5rom Z fc T l L Nclraska and Dakota swell the total to ltr0j0 head of beeves Many however assort that these figures are far But this i not tho main to high toqt which indicates future fnminc It i- ryoAMnowautftatij-pmrfffJr-toTjfcnc-cemJles8ofcalvpswcreborn this spring than Is usual owing to climatic causes whh h must have its effect in time To this must be added tho fact that cattle producers have been rushing their surviving stock on tho market at an un paralled rate and that from these and other causes manj ranchmen are dis- Â¬ couraged and going out of the business Those who arc opposed to this view arguo that there are still beeves nnd ii 000000 milch cows in tho country Tho bulk of these however enter into local consumption and use A great un- Â¬ easiness such as never before character Â¬ ized the cattle business is manifest iu business circles The producer finds not a dolmr of profit aud more often heavy losses charged against his account Ths market price hns been low on account of the plut for in Chicago alone over 2W 0 head of cattle have been thrust on t o market during the last thirty day li Â¬ Â¬ -- ji Â¬ Â¬ or Their Terror Bcrru0 N Y Aug 23 C A Percy a wagon maker of Suspension Bridge went through the Niagara rapids this afternoon in a life saving apparatus resembling a life boat The trip was attended with much dangcrchief of which was the likelihood of the craft being destroyed by sunken rocks Largo crowds along the banks of the gorge saw the experiment Percys invention is seventeen feet long and near ly five feet wide is shaped like a surf boat and covered with water proof canvas The keel Is weighted with three huudred PSJilfL0 ICQlVllatQtnd Btrongly ribbed ThcAv1iolc WcTght is nine hundred pounds At each end is an air chamber six and a half feet long and between thorn is another space four foot long which can be utilized to carry passengers provision is made for using oars These chambers cau bo imperviously closed and the only trouble seems to be the air supply Percy claims that his invention is self rightiug self bailing and perfectly His idea of safe in a heavy sea testing it in the whirlpool and rapids was to demonstrate theso qualities and make money by exhibiting it subsequently in the gorge The start was made from the old Maid of the Mist landing from which all the barrel naviga tors have left Percy changed his attire fixed up a drag consisting of a thirty pound weight and a ten foot line and then rowed out toward tho Canadian shore The under current had no effect on the drag At half past three Percy pulled in his oars and as the boat drifted mpdly toward the whirlpool rapids entered tlie rear sir chamber At twenty five minutes of four oclock the boat passed under tho bridge It was tossed about in the big breakers as the barrels had been but behaved bettor It was frequently out of sight and was turned about by the counter currents blt never rolled over As it neared the Whirlpool Rapids Percy put his head out but drew it back in time to avoid the shock of tho last breaker This was the worst one of the lot and Tercy had been deceived by the lull in the torrent Just beforo it the craft wcut out of view for a moment but turned up safely in the maelstrom It did not circle around but was carried toward tho Canadian shore Percy again emerged from tho air chamber He had been sufficiently shaken up and seeing a chance to row ashore with out encountering the Devils Rapids he did so landing at Colts elevator twenty minutes after he had struck the first breakers Only five minutes were spent In the rapids Percy was none the worse for his trip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLEVELAND AND PENSIONS She Shobu Two Men Who Attempt to As hat tho Democratic Administration Huh Dono Tor the Votcran suut r Si Cuadkos Nnn Aug 23 Two men Jfow that certain blatherskites of gang of bridge builders at the Tttttle FairchiUl stripe are seeking i iCar noCi went to the houso to transform the Grand Army c the a barber here named John Botts partisan When4thcy knocked Mrs Botts camo Republic into a Republican machine hy assailing President Clev- Â¬ to the door and told them her husbandvas not at homo They asked to elands record for the purpose of show- Â¬ bo atqwed to come in and sit down any- - ing that he is an enemy of tho veteran way jp0Q tll0 refll8ai ftr jjrs 0u3 soldier it becomes a patriotic duty to to allow thorn to do so they tried to present tlie fact to the public so that forcotielr way in At last releasing every veteran soldier may appreciate her hold on tho door sho ran to tho of those bureau in the corner of the room took up tho ineffable scuundrelism who would obscure the truth for tho a ifour caliber self acting British bulldog rsvolvor and as tho men rushed to sake of partisan ends An official docu- Â¬ Â¬ will warder fired two shots Both balls took ment has boon issued which the entruth able all who want to know ctrejnd both men were wounded in the groiJThey were taken to a drug store to comprehend at a glance what lr and medical aid summoned They are not Clevelands Administration has dono nKveito recover Public sympathy ts for tho Union Stfldicr In regard to entirely Avith Mrs Botts and no attempt pensions aud positions is likely to bo made to arrest her It is stated that aninvestigatorwith a keen regard for figures lias gone over A Burglars Awlul Falc of tho United States Pen- Â¬ New York Aug 23 Jimmy McDcv tho statutes sion Bureau and by actual count lias itt a well known burglar and a nephew of Jimmy Elliott the prize fighter who made up these statistics regarding tho which sited was killed by Jerry Dunn in Chicago a Pension oflice business few years ago met with a violent death clear light on that part of President this morning while trying to escape from Clevelands Administration The C a store nt 11 White street whero he had figures as to private pension acts are Ho was surprised by a been discovered of a character to silence all adverse porter who ilosod tho door on him and tlie conclusion sent foe a policeman After a desperate criticism The force struggle to escape McDovitt plunged that Mr Cle eland has stood ready to through a plate glass window He was sign overj meritorious claim for pen Â¬ No veteran soldier can eon caught by the stomach and disemboweled sion When released ho was dead A companion template the record for a moment with- Â¬ of the dcid burglar who was watching on out realizing that in President Cleve- Â¬ the outsklo of the building was arrested land the brave meritorious soldier has and locked up a conscientious inflexible friend Tho records relating to private pension acts Elephant on a Rampage Inercoll Oxt Aug 20 Tlie largest and the employment of soldiers are a3 elephant 6f Robbins circus got away from follows Inclusive a General the circus this afternoon and swam across pcrioJ of Grant from 1S70 to 1S7T 4S3 private eight yar3 approved Smiths Pond He then went through tho penslc n aot9 Hayes from ISTTtolSSI inclutown at a lively pace turned west and fol- sive a porloil of four years approve 303 prilowed the river some distance destroying vate pension acts Presidents Gartlelil anil Ar any fences that were in his road got into thur from ISS to 1SS5 Inclusive a period of a field whero there wero a number of four years approved 726 pension acts while from 18SC cattle and after chasing them around for Presideut Cleveland two yeurs to 1837 incluhas approved sive a period of only a while got on tho Grand Trunk railroad 603 private pension acts track and is still on tho road west about This ia 77 more than Presidents Grunt and six miles irom here There aro a number Ilajes approved in twelve years and 137 more of men with two other elephants after than Presidents Garfield and Arthur approved -Â¬ Â¬ quic kly took upithe eSeTand has main- taincd ever most dastardly warfare on tj4rnuitration cvet known in the lusryof politics Sen- Â¬ ator Shermnu iK gppingfiell HL speech deliberately spoke of the Gov- Â¬ ernment at Washtaiu tho Confcl THE COMMONWEALTH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jesse Porncroy the Boy Fiend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miill -- Boston Aug 28 Jesse Pomeroy tho boy murderer who has been in prison several years as a result of a series of horrible murders has just confessed to a crime He ad- of which ho was not suspected -- liorace5TilcFohiririTtiHfutrii jllls liaVinr titMygq u mii -- rtiWT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ marshes and cut him almost to pieces Porncroy had a mania for cutting people up He was only fourteen years old at tho time A namber of women have been trying tq net the young fiend pardoned but it is thought this confession will put a quietus on their efforts Thought lie Had Em We challenge the entire Republican party to show the foregoing figures to There they stand be incorrect Blown to Atoms figures for the people figures for the SnEN vxDovn Yk Aug 20 An exploÂ¬ veteran soldiers figures for the pres- Â¬ sion of dualm occurred at the Draper colliery this mcniing killing Robert Martin ent and for all time But this is not all Tito work of the and injuring five other miners ouo of them George Lawson fatally Tho men Pension Bureau during the past two t wereruvingduaiin at the bottom of tho vcary should be studiodby tho people ii TrTJ - mr n rar smrK ff7onisniranSiiBinn andtbvltlioiUnionwsoldicriUcTiia fiijs- rMle - j it iun mTTrrV iiiliiiliiiiwiirjM wftfftia Mil provocation Â¬ from Meeker says information has been re ceived that m Thursdays battle with Col orow there ucre tivo whites killed instead of two and four wounded Scveu Indians and two squaws were killed and five wounded There has been no lighting since Thursday but over six hundred In dians aro camped within six miles Tho Indians aro ready to fight at tho least The Batlle wilh the Indians Drsvcn Col Aug 29 A telegram Â¬ Â¬ in four years President Cleveland has cUo to bein with appointed more cs Unlon soldiers to oflice than any other President Ho approved the set of March 1 IbSO which increased to iii per month the pension of 7999 widows minors and dependent relatives of Union soldiers of the late war He approve 1 the act of August 4 13 Thich increased tho pension of i030 crippled nnd maimed Union soldiers ot the late war He approved the act of January 29 Sj7 which placed upon tho pension rolls over I5WO survivors and widows of the war with Mexico Martimwas blown into a mass oi unrecog Ono of Lawsons los uirablo flesh and an arm wero blown off He can not live Tempest Tossed -- iS TnE grand jury for Jessamine County returned into court the followinglist of sn sational indictmeiits against prominent politicians and civil aud revenue officials Jumcs Barkly United States storekeeper and gaugcr concealed weapoas assault crate Governmearid ghoul like and battery and brandishing weapons to violated tho gray of the dead past the common nuisance of all good citizens The warm onttoaiastjc invitation of and against the peace and dignity of tho Â¬ tho citizens of SpLouij to tho Presi Â¬ commonwealth of Kentucky L DBald of the UnitedStates to visit them win United States deputy collector Fame dent charges Wesley Hocker McKinneyMoss caused Tuttle Republican Dick Moss nnd W H Phillips judge of leader to prostHgttho position hu Jessamine County samo charges WT occupied in UiQGfand Army of the Jones Representative elect Indicted for Republic to thelKBcst partisan ends carrying concealed weapon Henry A President with per-Â¬ Welch jailor of Jessamine County and by threatening election cfor knowingly resonal violence sifjB should visit that judge of the than a legal voter Tho pen Â¬ offer iAdiutant Gcnernl ceiving other city The alty is a fine and forfeiture of oflico Drum a KcpuWiteJito return to tho George Martin Henry Rogers James various StatcivitefanXtlc flags stored Young and George Bryant illegal voting in the War Department caused another The grand jury upon mature reflection Republican leader Fairehild to curse and further investigation withdrew the the President vithe nioSt blasphemous iudictmcut of njsacc against Colonel L D Baldwin United States Deputy manner believing that Collector and Tlie Republican leaders and their tho charges in others indictment could the organs by their incessant efforts to not be sustained byareliablo witnesses tear open the wounds of the civil war aud for this grave and vague charge and to promote disunion are tho only tney substituted an indictment for asrebels of the present day They can sault and battery which they believe is net realize the spirit of the age but as strong as the facts elicited will warrant live in the past aud persist in their Among the new indictments arc two for libel one against Henry T Duncan of tho fruitless and disloyal work of breed Â¬ Lexington Jres and the other again3t M ing hate The Democratic party A Cassidy of the Lexington Suniliy Jiai deals only with the issues of the pres Â¬ ner They published the report of Yv ent day Since it obtained the control T Jones that tho noil books had been of the Government all its energies found on tho place of X D Miles this s have been directed towards purifying without fear of God before their eyes but being moved the the Federal sen ice hieh had become devil and so onby Bail instigations of tho in each case UWO honeycombed with corruption during Tun last saloon in Somerscthas expired tlie long reign of Republican rascality an 1 local option is in force There is great developing the illimitablo resources of rejoicing among the anti liquor men the country checking the iniquitous For the past two years S VT Hadtcy of tendencies of the monopolies which Dayton near Newport has been traveling were the creation of Republican Gov- Â¬ through Texas Ho kept up a correspond- Â¬ ernment and seeking in every way to ence with his wife until about a year weld in the bonds of union and since when it suddenly ceased and his fraternity all scctons of our common wife gave him up for dead A few days ago she received a letter from him and ho country It is the Stars and Stripes explained the reason why she had not against the Blood Shirt a reunited heard from him While traveling through people against a coterie of disappointed Texas he was stung by a centipede and politicians It is not difficult to fore lost his mind from the effects of the bite tell the result The American people He was unconscious for several weeks and for many days was at the point ot will put down the and unable to rebellion as death of totally Ho is now givo any account himself slowly recovefficiently as they did the ono twenty ering and writes thathe will join his fam two yea i3 ago and tlie Bloody Shirt ily when he is able to travel will be buried by their votes beyond The recent death of John Clay removes Albany the last member of the immediate family tiie power of resurrection AT Y Argus of the illustrious statesman whose name he bore NEGRO SUFFRAGE The removal of rock from the bar at tho mouth of Licking at Covington the work Why It J a Thorn In the TleiU or Io now being carried on by the Government publlcan lcni3oHc The Shennan Foraker racket in Ohio is going forward very rapidly Big masses is attracting so much attention among have ben already cut away and piled up tlie collar button Republicans of the on the bank for subsequent removal The opinion among men Fast that it is not going out of the that the is general of thethe riverhavo taking away bar will way to say that these two lively parti- Â¬ the intended effect of making the Licking sans have struck the key note of the a safo and convenient harbor for river next Republican campaign The re Â¬ craft at all times except when the Licking marks of theso men are taken up by itself is on the boom tiiQfhilauclplua- - jJuiMinfVfmcuMXtBX Mian icnf nlias RobinsQpwho was - lbwa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ous workman named Polk at the big mill vt Ontonagon placed a small garter snako nipon the shoulder of a fellow workman inc man was named Ilollis yesterday busy and the reptile mado the ascent of his neck before he noticed that something was wrong Then he craned his ncoic and met tho flashing eyes and vibrating tongue of tho snake within two mihes of his nose nnd with a yell of horror threw up his hands and rolled upon the floor iu a dead faint and is very low from the effect of the shock mm Marquette Mich Aug 23 xV mischiev- Â¬ Smashed and New Yohk Aug -- 9 broken by wind an I wave the steamer Bermuda of the Jucbec Steamship Com pany arrived in port to day She had struck the terrific hurricano which last week roamed along tho Atlantic coast and battling her way through it had re- Â¬ ceived many scars from the warfare Tho ofllcors and crew by heroic struggles kept he vessel under way Â¬ I US to JunooU i incrcsive pension certificates of all classes wore issued by tbe Bureau ot Pensions ISsj 120iir From July 1 1S83 to Juno penslon ccrttllcatcs ot all clashes were issued an increaso of 139130 certificates in favor of the llrst two years under Democratic over tho preceding two years under Republican rule From July 1 IsS to June S ls37 there was disbursed on account of pensions J13 V rrom July 5CS000 LJ lMv ixr5 xttfTJJullctin at the South Poslal Convention with Portugal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m - -- -- Washington Aug 23 Acting Postmas Â¬ ter General Stcvcnsoa and Viscount Das Noguieras the Portuguese Minister to day exchanged ratifications of an addi tional postal convention between Portugal and the United States Tho conention A Cowardly Murder modifies tho present system of keeping Cleveland O Aug 23 James Feeney postal money order accounts between tlio and Patrick McDermott quarreled at a two countries and will go into effect Octo Â¬ dance in Ashtabula O last night Whilo 1 next n Fccnoy was on his way heme with two la- ber stole up behind and shot What Will Our Boodlers Do dies McDermott him in the back with a revolver Tho ball Washington Aug 29 It is thought nt penetrated ono of Fceneys lungs and ho the State Department that a new extradiwill die McDermott is under arrest as tion between Great Britain aud this counwell as a man named Bushnell to whom try will bo negotiated at an early day as the revolver belonged every thing seems favorable to such a re- Â¬ sult The growing objection of Canadians Death Sentencs Commuted country being a Sort Aug 23 Governor to their America has inducedof a Botany CnARLESTON S C the homo Bay for Richardson has commuted tho sentence Government to act promptly in this mat- Â¬ colof Oxcy Cherry the ter ored girl convicted of murder and sentenchanged in September to imprisoned to be Government Finances ment in tho penitentiary for fivo years Washington Aug 29 Notwithstanding Tlie girl was convicted of killing a the large pension payments this month white child by administering a amounting to 10500000 tho receipts for dose of concentrated lye tho month to date aro more than 7500001 in excess of the total expenditures d unng Squatlers in Southwestern Missouri the same period The receipts have avcr St Loiris Aug 23 Settlers are rushing agedovcrl000000aday and now amount into Southwestern Missouri and squatting to 33814331- on tho finest lands in the State that had been granted to the Iron Mountain railSlight Excuse for Murder road which has ben forieited them by Aug 29 A man named JohnOMAii failure to observe its contracts with the son living near Mason City Neb killed Government his wife with a piece of stove wood be cause she would not let him havo a re- Â¬ Emin Bey Holds the Fort London Aug 23 Zanzibar dispatches volver to shoot her brother with whom ho Messengers from Ugeuda report had quarreled say that Missionary Mackay has obtained tho Treason in Spain permission of King Mwanga to return to Maokid Aug 29 A conspiracy against Bey is the coast Ho reports that Emm well and still holding out King Mwanga the Government has been discovered at has organized an expedition against IJny 1once Porto Rico Forty persons havo been arrested including tho president of aro the Autonomist Club Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twelve-year-old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cave ocimmediately back of the Delta curred wharfboat last night Tho entire bank settled down about twenty feet for a distance of two hundred feet running back about eighty feet Â¬ Â¬ m Bank Caves At VicKsburg VicKsiiUKG Aug 23 A serious Premature Explosion Massiiion O Aug 29 A prematura discharge of a blasting shot at the Sippo Coal Companys mine this afternoon fatally injured Thomas E Jones aged thirty five years m m Samuel Hall or tho State Supreme Court who has been at the point of death for several weeks died at midnight last night at his summer residence at Mount Airy He was surrounded by his family T - Death of Judge Samuel Hall Atlanta Ga Aug 23 Judgo Hari-isbci-- Â¬ Texas Cattle in Ohio Ohio Live- Â¬ Colcmbus 0- - Auff Commission has issued a circular stock e Snifkins who has to get into town carl in the morning lives just beyond the terminus of a horse car line Do you wait until the first car runs asked Blifkins Not ex- Â¬ replied Snifkins actly the first car usually waits while I run Bos- Â¬ ton Budget prohibiting railway companies from unloading cattle from Texas and the Gulf States in Ohio unless they provide separate yards for them m Â¬ Â¬ Facetious Customer I dont think you ought to charge full price fora head like mine ought to reduce about half No sah Barber Â¬ m Wasiuvcton Aug 2S The Treasury Department has decided that the Govern- Â¬ ment is liable for bonded warehouse storage charges upon such goods as have been removed from the public stores to bonded warehouses either for reappruisement or becauso uncalled for Â¬ Storage Charges on Bonded Goods Couldnt afford j o ee Hits offset on account of having to hunt fur de hcyar to cut Harpers Bazar WhyFranky exclaimed a moth- Â¬ er at tho summer boarding house I never know you to ask for a second piece of pie at home I knew twant no use said Franky as he proceeded with his pic oatmg You are weak said a widow to her sou when he remonstrated against her marrying again I know It he replied I nm so weak that I cant go rs Sifting i totifiUhsri r T A Womans Dagger Â¬ i S -- St Lons Aug 23 Jennio Knight and Annie Raymond two soiled doves quar reled andfought in a saloon on tho corner Sixth and Elm streets at a lato hour last night during Which Annio killed runl with dB goli stitution a few nights ago Tnn following Kentuckians were pen soned on thedith Dependents Cyrcrm widow of James TV Kindred Speedwell Nancy IS widow of Littleton Johnson Claypool Lizzie widow of Charles Link Newport Increase John Lafollett New Xo thoughtful nan can contemplate this SF12Ta45 vast power which Southern politicians possess Haven Andrew Stellan Louisville Shel From Julv 1 1SS3 to June 80 1SP3 thco was without concern It will ba one of the most In ton Dakcr Perkins Josiah B Ashby disbursed on account of pensions 122KS72H4G of tho future how the South Onton Original invalids Jas C Tyler showins an increase of 1661799 for the first teresting questions to abandon this advantage can be compelled Louisville Jos Arthurs Fetersville two years under a Democratic Administration popuhelpless Sharpsville over the last two years under a Republican Ad- and how this inert Ignorant and Intelligent and Mexican War Geo Rose lation can bo made aa actne B W Atkins Davidson Wm ministration untramraeled force lu exercising the right of Saml On July 1 130 there were 303C53 pensioners Whitcsldes Rlverview J T Clark franchise on tho rolls OaJulyl 1SS5 there ircro upon It is a pity that the Republicans Hedges the rolls 3l3Si5 pensioners being a net increase Jacoh Sites was thrown from tils buggy to tho rolls during tho last two years under no should be compelled to chew this bit Â¬ publican rule of 11C7 Ram- Â¬ near Custer Breckenridgo County and ter cud but chew it they must Oa the first day of July 1337 there wero upon killed tho rolls 40 2000 pensioners unofficial but a pant Republicans like the editor of the At Hawcsville Hancock County Emilj lowcsttmato oranct gamof tho rolls during Bulletin should have thought of theso KaufTman war crushed to death in a well tho first two years under Democratic role of things before We submit that it is a newly dug 5fi87o or a not gain of 5403 to the rolls during Tnn counsel or Lindsey Smith convict the llrst two yeirs of President Clevelands little lato in the day lor Republican Administration over the last two years of Pres- partisans to be inquiring in public how ed at Nicholasville of murder has applied ident Arthurs Administration for a new trial on tho ground that tho the inert helpless and ignorant During the fiscal year ending June SO 1637 can bo made an active man whom his client was convicted of kill11230 ccrtiflcites of all classes wero issued negro voters by the Bureau of Pensions ot which 51191 were intelligent and untrammelcd force in ing has turned up alive The motion for 8 new trial was sustained and setfortho original being 5017 In excess of tho highest exercising the right of franchise second day of the February term 1SS3 number ever before issued in tho history of tho This momentous question should bureau FoitEFACGns circus showed at Hopkins With such facts and figures in view have been asked when the proposition villethe other day and during the street comment is not required they speak to confer the privileges of suffrage on parade a number of private residences for themselves Partisan inali inity the negro was debatable This propo- Â¬ left unoccupied were entered by thieves may assail them but they will glow sition is no longer debatable The and robbed of money jewelry plate and the brighter by the assault and will negroes have the privileges of the bal- Â¬ other valuables Judge Joe Mc Cur roll was amounting to the beconc more conspicuous Democrats lot and in the South they arc not overheaviest loer his loss iH O may well feel proud of the record exercising it in the interest of the Re- Â¬ TnE court house nt Harrodsburg came Tlio truth is always more powerful publican party This is where the near burning tho other night Early in than a lie Tho truth grows in public shoe pinches This is where the trouble the night the Buckner Rifles held a meet- Â¬ favor This bcinjr the case the Demo arises ing in the building and some one threw a What is tho remedy- - w en it is per lighted cigar stub into a wooden spittoon cratic party has only to keep the truth before the people Indianapolis Senti fectly plain hut only a few blunt Re filled with sawdust which at 12 oclockÂ¬ publicans dare to mention it There broke out into a considcrab e blaze Fornel tunately some young men who wero is Ingalls forinstance Ingalls doesnt keeping Mate hours discovered the blaze TRAITORS TO THE FLAG hesitate to say that negro suffrage is a just before it reached the ceiling and after A Terra That Can Justly llo Applied to delusion and a snare and he is bold hard worn extinguished it The house was tlio Kupultlicnn Party enough to say tlie privilege shoulilbe erected in 1S30 and is said by lawyers to The Now York Drlbune says tho Democrats But to what be the best arranged structure of its kind ronstltuto tta party of rebellion In the taken away from them name of common sense it tlio Democrats con cud Only that the Republican party in that section stitute tho party of rebellion what shall b may tints cripp JosErn Joiissok of Covington while re Â¬ the solid South said of tho Ohio Republicans who nominated of turning from tho Maysville fair got into Forakcr tho man who in connection with tho Very well we admire the frankness a stranger who question of the return of tho flags threatened Jlr Ingalls hut it is too late to turn au ultcrcation with slashed him across tho forehead with an to organizo a rebellion against the United back now Atlanta Constitution ugly looking kuifo and escaped States authorities What shall bo tiald of tic stage driver was Republican party as a whole seeing that for Aixek Tasjjek SPICY COMMENTS over twenty years it has been in an attitude of drowned in Green river at Calhoun a few rebolllon against every cffot to obliterate No Democratic candidate stould days ago Tanner had driven his horses sectional lines seeing that it persistently an- Â¬ and mistaking tho every sentiment tending to allay tho pa any attention to the Republican to the river to water tagonizes place for his usual watering place tho passions engendered by tho war Richmond effort to fight the war over Cincin- Â¬ DUpatch horses sank in fifteen feetof water and nati Enquirer were drowned The man was drowned in The Republican party lives in the A Republican leader in New trying to savo them past and has no affinity with the is- Â¬ Wonn has come from Orlando Fla ot York declares that bis party in that sues of tho present day Its leaders must be disinfected There the death of Rev Gilbert Gordon at tho would subvert the eonstitutioiitrample State age of eighty six For thirty years he on the liberties of the people and arc various ways to do it Burial is the was the leading Presbyterian minister of usurp the functions of the Government best Alia California Louisville It Is base ingratitude for a workingif the had the courage to put in prac- Â¬ Governor Knott gave a dinner to tho to fail to vote the Democratic employes of his oflice a few nights ago at tical operation hat they most earnest- Â¬ -man The Democratic party has al- Â¬ the executive mansion s ly desire They maintain their con- Â¬ ticket Tuomas F Paiikek a lunatic from Shelby ways fought his battle aud is fighting trol of the Legislature in this County ended his existence by hanging in State by a shameless disregard it yet Louisville Coitrier Jounial Lunatic Asylum Jhe looks as if Tuttle and his the Anchorage was confinedin The other It of sacred constitutional obligations malo morning He and by refusing to grant an equitable apologists had crawled into a very ward and had been under treatment for V have held small hole and pulled the mouth of the some time reapportionment The At least they aro PATifoKANof Covington attempted sui- Â¬ Con- Â¬ hole in after them possession of the Legislature in necticut by a monstrous system of mis- Â¬ not exhibiting so much mouth as they cide fey jumping into the Ofeio on the a James representation whereby certain small did some time ago Dubuque Tele- Â¬ KentuckyMcggekidoewas fireman from his thrown Central graph towns casting a few hundred votes Governor Forakcr of Ohio the position near Kellar Station and died soon have as much representation in the alter being picked up law making body as Hartford and New young Republican roaring bull is a Edwakd H Davis of Cincinnati fell Haven which cast thousands of votes hypocrite- - After abusing President from a four story window of Balmeri Ho- Â¬ While the South has cast behind it the Cleveland without stint in and beforo tel Louisville and was killed The piers pt the Huntington bridge passions and evil feelings of the war the Ohio Republican Convention he and has entered with marvelous en- Â¬ now volunteers a letter inviting him to across tho Lcking are going up rapiiTy n tho vicinity are anxiousvto ergy upon an unexampled career of that Stap on his Western tour A Y Tho people havo footways and if possible wagon ac- Â¬ prosperity tho Republican leaders and Telegram Â¬ tho new It appears that J M Tuttle who commodations over of such bridge claimtheir organs are ceaselessly proclaim Â¬ a avenue of ing that by means ing that the war is not over and are was anxious to insult the President at trade would be opened between Campb ill St Louis on one occasion borrowed County farmers andthe Covington mar Â¬ endeavoring in even way to 70000wlicn he Was in the hosr busi ket which would greatly benefit both i v the embers of sectional hate Mr Blaine immediately after his de Â¬ ness a8 was hog enough to swindle terests of the Union Tue feat in 188J indulged in a lirado of his frieRds out of 35000 No wonder Labor executive committee the ticket for party will nominate he left the Democratic party and joined abuse against the South and declared their party In Newport or tbe0ctobar JtpttUcpn imlp ntUanapoli in effect that Mr Cleveland was fiat the KWUnni Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by virtue of the existence of these votes the Democrats liald thirty eight seats in the electoral college and about twenty four scats in Congress To this sad announcement the Bulletin adds this heart rending reflection ma Txsm reaidencfTfniSSjisreeJEilCurriSUrr r in remarks that nnyfoiTiirbowldcrs and sent tcrjail in- Â¬ default of 500 bail escaped from that ijw M H --d W i - -- Â¬ Â¬ s -- Â¬ Â¬ -- f If-i-xl- rit-r-le- Tf9 tfopuMhitt PWB S4Mtm p 38mPSP - t S - n r 3 - - rf 5 r - vefflPK JK 4 i i -- f i - Jf m r s - - - VV vvSCJii t JsT Q p r-- V1 ays i- - giasrwi 15-- MMl FASHION LETTER nave an aflluont residence bat they will WOMAN not until tnoir dvlng day forget that Styles of Gown Largely DeprudRiit Upon humblo roof undor which their father tho lltlrtc of Which They Ar finite ManBegnant in His Realm Woman rested and their mother sang and their Steele unit JucUcts sisters played ISpecial New York Correspondence Dominant in Hors O if you would gather up all tntlcr Q1 The style of the gown of the present dememories all tho lightsanil shades of t o pends very much more than ever before on TVcmin Kxaltcd Upon a Throne Higher heart all banqueting and reunions all tho fabric of which it is made Thus the Than all the Throne ot Kartli Dr filial fraternal paternal and congal af- Â¬ rich corded silks pompadour brocades and fections and you had only just four let faiiies with wide velvet strip are Palmares Sermon ters with which to spell out that height for the fnil straight skirts undraped and depth aud length and breadth and nnd unlooped which are now In high fash Womans Op- Â¬ magnitude and cternltv of meaning you ion among the array of elegant gowns worn Inn Hamptons Aug 2S portunity was the subject by Kov T De would with streaming eyes and trem at the variouswatorlng lacta And in con- Â¬ 1Vitt Talmago PD to day and his text bling voice and agitated hand write outin tract arc the dainty foulards India silks and kindred soft pliable surahs and satins which So God created man in His own image those four living capitals level themselves to What right does woman want that is in the image of God created He him male the intricate folds and L grander than to be queen in such a realm and female created He them Genesis drnpings not appro Â¬ 27 Following is the sermon in full Why tho eagles of heaven can not fly priate to heavier tal In other word3 God who ca3 make no across that dominion norsC3 pantiug rics Plain moire un mistake mad man and woman for a spe and with lathered flanks are not swi derskirt are elegantly ciflc work and to move in particular enough to run to tho outpost of that realm worn under long They say that the sun nover sets upon the spheres mau to be resrnant in his realm French polonaises or woman to be dominant in hers The English Empire but I have to tell you with bodice aud tunic boundary line between Italy and SwitzeiS that on this realm of womans influence of India cashmere triland between England and Scotland is eternity never marks any bound Isa cot camels hair ami not more thoroughly marked than this bella lied from tho Spanish throne pur- Â¬ like textiles and also distinction betweon the empire masculine sued by the nations anathema but sho for dress occasions In conjunction with cord and the empire feminine So entirely dis who is queen in a hninn will never lose ed silk fabrics Black similar are the fields to which God called her throne and death itself will only be watered silk composed them that you can no more compare them the annexation of Heavenly principalities When you want to get your graudes an nucomuuinly rich than you can oxygen and hydrogen cofetumo lately worn water and grass trees and stars All this idea of a Queen you do not think of Cathat Ixiug Branch tills talk about the superiority of one sex to arine of Russia or of Anne of England or mudo up in combina Â¬ of Mario Theresa orGermany but wheu you the other sex is an everlasting waste tion with 1 toman red want to get your grandest idea of a Queen ink and speech A jeweler may have a India cloth oh fino ami 3ale so delicate that he can weigh tho you think of tho plain woman who sat opsheer as vailing bnt dust of diamonds but where are tho posite your father at the table or walked not transTwrent like down lifes pathway scales so delicate that you can weigh in with him formed a Maria that textile The against affection sentiment sometimes to the thankstfvirg banqct Antoinette bodlco red fabric over the black them affection aud tunic sometimes to the grave but always toagainst sentiment thought against moiro fcklrt this material being Miperbin thought soul against soul a means world gether soothing your pstty griefs cor hifctro and quality Tho bodice portion and recting your childish waywarduoss join- Â¬ filceves were magnificently decorated with against a womans world I You come out with your stereotype1 remark the man is ing in your Infantile sports listening to jet bead embroideries in Arabesque deigns superior to woman in intellect and then I your evening prayers toiling for you with Another stylish gown was made ot terra open on my desk-- the swarthy iron typed needle or at tho spinning wheel and on cotta moire this forming the skirt with long thunder bolted writings of Harriet Mar cold nights wrapping you upsnuc and draperies and bodice of palest amber lace ticcau and Elizabeth Browning and Gcorgo warm And then at last on that day figured with ilellcato flowers in terra cotta Eliot You coma pu with your stereotyped When sho lay in tho back room dying surrounded by tiny leaves in preen and gold Many of the late summer gowns of lace are remark about womans superioritytoman amLyc saw her take those- thin hands in the item of affection but I ask you with which sho toiled for you so long anil mado up without linings so that they can bo whero was there more capacity to love put them together in a dying prayer that worn ovrMlkfllip- - of various colors The than in John tho di3cipe and Robert Mc commended you to tho God whom she had eoams of unliued laeo are first hewed np oa taught you to trust O she was the Queen the outride then turned and a second t eam Chcyno the Scotchrannan l John Summer field the Methodist and Houry Margin the The chariot of God came down to fetch made inside exactly as muslin underwear Is missionary The heart of thine was so her and as she wdntln all Heaven rose finished This fashion will be followed for largo that after you had rolled into it two up You can not think of hor now with roinu seasons to come for the reason that hemispheres there was room still left to out a rush of tenderness that stirs the great variety canof be given- to tho one laceÂ¬ toilet by the ufc the slip- of many differ marshal the hosts of Heaven and set up deep foundations of your soul and yon ent tints as much a child again as when you the throne oftho eternal JohovahI deny- feel In fashioning autumn tailor gowns there to man the throne intellectual I deny to cried on her lap and if you could bring is an unusual variety of styles Views of to spcakjust once mora many her back woman the throne effcctional No human of these new and natty creations nro phraseology will ever dciiue tho sphores your namo as tenderly as she used to speak given at thofchow rooms of ISlrliU Ui Mcnl whllo there is an intuition by winch we it you wonld be willing to throw yoursnI Stylkh and novel polonaises are rtiown to known when a man is in his realm and on the ground and kiss the so I that covers be made np of handsome checked liirhtwool Fnitings over f klrtf of when a woman is in her realm and when her crying mother mother Ah she was the queen she was the velvet or moire Ijn either or them is out of it No bungling Legislature ought to attempt to make a queen Now can you tell me how many Russian tonics with dqfinitiou or to say This is the line and thousand miles a woman like that would draperies revealing My theory Is that if a have to travel down before she got to tho tlie hem of the under-Â¬ that is the line woman wants to vote she ought to vote ballot boxf Compared with this work oi drew front and back and that if a wan wants to embroider and training kings- aud queens for God and ure to lie mnde of koep house he ougat to ba allowed to eternity how insignificant seems all this camels hajr scrgo In embroider and keep house There arc work of voting for alJermen and common solid colors with over- skirts ot pluMi Ntripcd women masculine are councilmcn and sheriffs and constableand there sugo ot a deeper My theory cffcininatu men is that and mayors and Presidents To make one shade Although theroS such grand woman as I have described are a few you hare no right to interferwftji skirts any one doing any thing that is how many thousands would you want ranged in fish wife righteous Albany and Washington might of those people who go in the round of fashion and ehort as well decree by legislation how high a godliness and fashion and dissipation Louis XlVtyle most brown thrasher should ily or how deep a distorting their bodies until in their mon- of the draperies are trout should plunge as to try to seek out strosities they seem to outdo the drome- very long in effect the height or the depth of womans duty dary aud hippopotamus going as far to- leaving both hides of The question of capacity will settle finally ward disgraceful apparel as they dare go the skirt r tvtlttr from the hips down the whole question the whole subject so as not to bo arrested by tne police IVhcn a woman is prepared to preach sho their bchavfdr a sorrow to the good and a The back draper- - is will preach and neithor conference nor caricature jo tho vicious and an iusult to adjusted by means of Efe presbytery can hinder her When a that God who made them women and not extra deep plait1 some woman is prepared to move in highest gorgons and tramping on down through of whicli fatten to ihe back of the belt of in commercial spheres she will have great a frivolous and dissipated life to temporal the corsage k high are thoy raised It of thus allowed to cover entirelj the back influence on tho Exchange and no Boards ami eternal damnation O woman with tho lightning of vour the nndcrfkirt or is iakel up to the tonr of Trade can hinder her I want woman soul strike dead at your feet all these al- nure disclosing portions of the unnibotnn to understand that heart and brain can overfly any barrier that politicians may lurements to dissipation and to fashion underskirt worthy of mention has an odd One model set up and that nothing can keep her Your immortal soul can not be fed upon Flemish waist made of velvet aud Benz back or keep her down but the question of such garbage God calls you up to empire idine stripe matching the skirt fabric The and dominion Will you have iti Oigivo incapacity watt is hnishotl with There arc women I know of most unde Â¬ to God your heart give to God your best a wide velvet belt sirable nature who wander up and down energies givo to God all your culture and the bishop sleeveb the country having no homes of their give to God all your refinement give are made of Bengaline own or forsaking their own homes talk yourself to Him for this world and the matching the fabric conipospgthedrap8ry ing about their rights and wo know very next Soon all theso bright eyes will be and tlie two wide fcide well that they themselves are fit neither quenched and these voices will bo Uo vote nor lit to keep house Their mis- Â¬ hushed For the lajit fcIhno you wil lanels This model Is here illustrated An Â¬ sion seems to be to humiliate tho two sexes look upon this fair earth Fathers other creation alto at the thought of what any one of us might hand mothers hand sistcrs hand shown is a graceful become No one wonld want to live under childs hand will bo no moie in autumn costume to be yours It will be night and there will the laws that such women would enact or made of silk warp to have cast upon society the children come up a cold wind from the Jordan and velvet and ferpv that such women would raise But I shall you must start Will it bo a lono woman striped faille There on a trackless moor Ah no Jesus will show you this morning that the best rights is a very unique Hun that women caa own she alroadv has in come up in that hour and offer his hand polonatee fasYou stood by Me when JLI garian diagonally fromÂ¬ her possession that hen position in this and He will say ten nr you were well now I will not desert you country at this time is not one of com- Â¬ the belt the upper Oao wave of His miseration but one of congratulation that when you arc sick portion of the front of the grandeur and power of her realm have hand and tho storm will drop and another tho lKKiec part cut never yet been appreciated that she sits wave of His hand and midnight shall away ovrr a gmmpe of to day on a throne so high that all tho break into midnoon and another wave of Tho cut the rip portion it not re thrones of earth piled on top of each other His hand and the Chamberlains of God will would not make for her a foot stool Here como down from tho treature house oi moved bnt is turned back and faced with is the platform on which she atauds Away Heaven with robes lustrousblodd washcd the stripe There are many kinds of sleeve in wear down below it are the b3llot box and aud Heaven glinted in which you will ar the Congressional assemblage and the ray yourself for the marriago supper ol this season The full bishop style gathered Legislative hall Woman always has the Lamb And then with Miriam who into a velvet cuff Is growing in favor daily Puffed sleeves aro without end and a new voted and always will vote Our struck the timbrel of HUe Red Sea and model is shown with bead or greatgrandfathers thought they were by with Deborah who led tho Lords host silk embroidery at the top and aronud tho their votes putting Washington in tho into the fight and with Hannah whogavo Italian slnevc is Presidential chair No his mother by her Samuel to the Lord aud with Mary wrists The realdrew aud also upon mneh chil Â¬ used with artistic the principles she taught him and by the who recked Jesus to sleep whilo there drens pictnresque gowns Persian colors habits sho Inculcated made him Presi- Â¬ wereangols singing in the air and with are largely employed for indoor dresses dent It was a Christian mothors hand Florence Nightingale who bound up the Thesu are combined with velvet with ele Â¬ dropping the ballot whon 3Lord Bacon battle wounds Bjof Crimea you will from gant effect tho bodice and sleevs to these wroto and Newton philosophized and the chalice of God driuk to the souls charming toilcte being the special point of Alfred the Great governed and Jonathan eternal rescue decorative stndy Edwards thundered of judgement to Ono twilight after I had been playing There appears to be a tendency to lengthcome How many men there have been in with the children for some time I laid en jackets for the autumn and to make them high political station who would hav beem down on the lounge to rest Tho children of more even lengths all around but tho insufficient to stand the test to which their said Play mora Children always want jaunty jacket with short hack is likely to moral principle was put had it not been to play more And half asleep and hall remain as long as aggressive tournurc is for a wifes voice that encouraged them to awake I seemed to dream this dream It worn New jackets may be jersey fitting doright and a wifes prayer that sounded seemed to mo that I was in a far distant or only three quarters snug with slightly louder than the clamor ot partisanship land not Persia although more than Ori- loose fronts adjusted by a single dart Very Why my friends the right of suffrage as ental luxuriance crowned tho cities not many slrglo brcalstcd coats are brought out we men exercise it seems to be a fcelilc the tropics although more than tropical but most of these have rcvers turned back a thing You a Christian man como up to fruitfulncss filled the gardens nor Italy on each side or or ve stais inserted which way of soft fabric gathered plaii the ballot-box- and you dron vour votp aunougn more than Italian softness filled be quite a graceful stylo also pictured Right after you comes a libertine or a sot tho air And I wandered around lookinn like a bouKe points at the front are extra The the offscouring of tho street and ho for thorns and nettles but I found none ol abovemaking the jacket an excellent one for long drops his vote and his vote counteracts them grew therei And I walked forth and short waisted persons There is a shorter yours But if in the quiet of home life a I saw the sun rise and I said When will pointed waistcoat that may button np tho daughter by her Christian demeanor a it set again and the sun sank not And back under tho jacket if dcsireL Caps aro wife by her industry a mother by her 1 saw all tho pcoplo in holiday apparel ndded to the coat sleeve and the collar is faithfulness casts a voto in the right di Â¬ and I said When will they put on work high military style There are many lapped rection then nothing can resist it and tho ingmans garb again and delve in the jackets with fancifully shaped fronts partly influence of that vote will throb through mine and swelter at the forge but diagonal and partly btralght G J neither garments nor the roljc j did they tho eternities My chief anxiety then is not that wo- Â¬ put off And I wandered in the suburbs and A lady Says tho London Life Where d they bury the dead oi man basother rights accorded hor but I said visitor at the hospital in which Buck that sheby tho grace of God rise up to this great city l and I looked along by the the appreciation of the glorious rights she hills where it would be tho most beautiful Taylor is now recovering irom tho already possesses This morning 1 shall for the dead to sloop and I saw castles fracture in his thigh relates that when onlt have time to speak of one grand and and towns and 6cttlera6nts but not a her visiting day canto she asked to seo cll abborbiag right that overy woman has mausoleum nor monument nor white him She Was informed by the matron nd that is to make homo happy That slab could I seo And I went into the sreat har Â¬ tcalmno ono has ever disputed with her chapel of the town and I said Where that tho rmtient had been do tho poor worship Where arc the assed by the constant ami impressiblo Men may come homo at noon or at night on thoy which sit flow of female visitors of all ranJcs and and they tarry a comparatively little benches Wc have ages that in despair ho had begged while but she all day long governs it And a voice auswera And I wanbeautifies it sanctities iL It is within no poor in this great city to another ward ami bo tier power o make it tho most at- Â¬ dered out seeking to find the place where to bo removed were the hovels of the destitute f and I protected for evermore against the on earth tractive placo It is the only calm harbor in this world You fonnd mansions of amber and ivory and invasions of these unknown mil gush- know as well as I do that this out gold but no tear did I sea or sigh hear 1 injr admirers fcidc world and tho business world is a was bewildered and I sat under the Why do j ou not get married long scene of jostle and contention Tho sfiadow of a great tree and I said Wha And a said Dc Fidgett to a bachelor friend man who has a dollar struggles to keep it am I and whence came all this the roan who has it not struggles to get it that moment there camefrom among the the other da 0 I deteat women Prices up Prices down Losses Gains leaves skipping up tho flowery paths and and getting married would seriously Gougings Misrepresentations Under- Â¬ across tho sparkling waters a very bright with my literary labors selling Buyers depreciating salesmen and sparkling group and when I saw interfere What kind ot literity work do you seeking less rent their step I knew it and wheu I heard exaggerating Tenants Cle- Â¬ I write love stories landlords demanding more Gold fidgety their voices 5 thought I know them but do w Struggles about office Men who are in their apparel was so different from any burne Bulletin 4 y- trying to keap in men out trying to get thing lhad ever seen I bowed a stranger At Temple Bar Tex one day rc in Slips Tumbles Defalcations Pan- Â¬ to strangers mischievous some 3ouths O woman thank God But after awhile when fhey clapped centl ics Catastrophes you hare a home aud that you may bo their hands and shouted WnlMime wel- - painted the sharp horns of a cow red queen in It Better be there than wear come the mystery was solved and I sat and hung old hats onthcm which cre- Â¬ Victorias coronet Better bo Uiere than mat time haa passed and that eternity ated a sensation iintirthe youngsters carry the purse of a princess r j had come and that God had gathered us were corraled and Inrttipctl by their Your abodo may be humble but you cad up into a higher home and I said Arc mothers by your faith in God andyour cheerfulness avc alllierc and tho voices of innumor- of demeanor gild it with splendors such j abto generations answered All here Featherly to Dumleyi coming out asanaptaolsterers hand never yet kindled and while tears of gladaess were rainiug of photographic gallery Been havÂ¬ there arc abodesin the city humble two j down mr cheeks and tne branches of the ing your picture taken lumlcy stories four unpapercd rooms undesir- Â¬ Lebanon cedars ivererclapping thei Yus a dozen ably neighborhood and yet there isa man hands and the towersf the great city Dumfey compaeently A dozen Featherly this morning who would die on that were chiming their welcoiae we began to cabinets here thiesbolcr rather than surrender it Why laugh and sing and leap and shout Great Scott Dtimle- - you cant get rid Whenever he j Home home home Jt -- far his home Puck of a dozeii think it he thinks j angels ofqtGod hovering around ho sees Then I felt a childs fated 0u my face Patsy Oive been insulted it Tho land it woke me Tho children wanted te ladders of Heaven are let down to that play more Children aliras want to play Mickey Doolau called me a liar said O house Over the childs rough crib there An phvat are an excited Irishman are the chantiiigs of augels as those that I dontvez oin to do about it broke ovwrBetulchetn It fa home TIieVo j A li the bad luct In thcAVorld would nt I jjnoy Phwat would you do hv yu wot rMWreRAHJaycome up after awhllo and ppy thu inp u v I iuien3jou pji Well JDlmiy I ihitilfcOid tell UIC 3 Ikey wsywln higk tioMticu an hoy tnuy t tiouVicjHMA ft t ttl wsmiiyn LflHCi wvv tftr tiaff Â¬ Â¬ cm-ployt- -d Â¬ Â¬ pi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ arm-in-ar- Â¬ - 1 Â¬ - ain EFFECTS OF PROTECTION Ouo of the IWUtsof thelTeCIltMont of TurlfT Ha purity Soda ash and hydrate of aoiK are important raw materials iu virions manufacturing industries Tlcsc raw materials can be produced as cheaply in tins country as any where else but in order to put a bounty into the pock- Â¬ ets of two or three individuals licivv protective duties have been imposed upon them Last year the importa- Â¬ tions of soda amounted in value to nearly 5000000 and on this duties amounting to 1500000 wero collect- Â¬ ed Besides these duties American manufacturers were compelled to pav their equivalent upon a much rrreater amount of the domestic soilawhich they used The duties were put into the treasury for the support of the Gov- Â¬ ernment but the taxes which the tariff extorted in the first instance fropi American manufacturers ami lastlv from consumers in enhancing the cost of soda went into the pockets 0f pri Â¬ vate monopoly The duties on theso materials are not needed by tho Govern- Â¬ ment and their existence only enables a few individuals to enrich themselves at the expense of the publc Is it at all Strang that American industries are unable to compote with foreign rivalry when subjected to such burden Even other manufacturing country protectionist and free trade alike ex Â¬ empts all the raw materials of produc- Â¬ tion from taxes of any kind This country alone departs from a policy which is absolutely essential to otiable its manufacturers to compete on an equal footing with European rivals either at home or abroad Yet the pretension is made that this taxation of the raw materials of production is part of the boasted American protective Henry Clay who is regarded system as the father of this system never in his life advocated the taxation of raw materials On the contrary lie always contended that the admission of raw materials free of duty was essential for the developnie t of American indus Â¬ tries The present monster of tariff rapacity and robbery has little resem- Â¬ blance to the tariff policy advocated by Henry lay andhi political associates Philadelphia Ilceord m COUNT LEO TOLSTOI Talks Ernptty n Itrlnslug About the Krign of lenco on Kurth Count Le Tolstoi has been inter-Â¬ viewed by Mr Kennan who has elicited from him iu a nutshell the whole prin- Â¬ ciple of the Counts mysterious relig ious views Down at Ya naya Polyand in the Province of Tula the most fa Â¬ mous of Russian authors is still living the life of a laborer emerging only now and then when weighty philosophical questions arc discussed at Moscow or St Petersburg Ho was coming home from his work in the fields dressed like a peasant his face nnd neck bronzed by the sun and his gray hair parted on the forehead and cut all round the head peasant fashion Mr Kcnuan after having explained the reason of his visit was invited into a bare whitewashed room where the conversation turned on Mr Keiuians recent experiences in Siberia He described the miserable life of the convicts in glowing colors and burning with indignation Count Tolstoi remained strangely calm at the account of all the misery and after being asked whether he did not think that under such oppression resistance That depends became a duty he said on what you mean by resistance If you mean persuasion reasoning peaceful representation I am with you if you mean violence I say no With grave calm eloquence tho man in laborers dress with gray hair and glittering eyes talked a long timo on tho subject and to all tho cases of brutal cruelty whicli Mr Kennan put before him ho still when questioned No you must not have re- Â¬ replied Then his inter- Â¬ course to crueltv viewer tested the Counts views to the utmost point by telling him the story of a young girl honest well educated heroic even whom ho had ftmu among the prisoners in Siberia Condemned for political conspiracy with several hundred young people of her age she had been brought to Krasnoj arsk in Eastern Siberia There the local Gov- Â¬ ernor gave the order that she should xchange her own dress for that of tho Rightly or wrongly the giri convicts Tie Â¬ FARM AND FIRESIDE Bathing tho eyes wheu tired or enk in warm salt water will soothe and n Mr to Hen w Tbi ungual i strengthen them lieS i wKrcak to bfiithe or talk Cream Batter Cake Ono quart of Ku mlm Ie ut ncliln flour two teaspoons of baking powder I far ami trnZr u one teaspoon of salt and ono cup of Th i w iuaiion trecrlpton cream edld wlthnnt- Itl 13 iKSRVK2Ul iot it- v till A shepherd should not be a rough JuttcomeanUieet Youricver - quick tempered or a JUT hoisterous noisman such a one is very dis Â¬ rNGE5Ueiflias been born without a swearing W1v not mak0 her less handy agreeable to have about with her stove lifter A relief for scalds burns ivy poison etc will be found in an external appli Â¬ Odd Fellows Kxcurxlon to Denver Col 1 ia Hock lslTnU Itoutc cation of sweet oil and lime wafer orcrs tuo rmC- PL seoPthoJ wonderful grandest Good Housekeeping opportunity to mountain Javelle water used to remove tea scenery of Colorado at smallest expense tver known Tickets to Denver and return and coffee grass and fruit stains from on sale September 13 to IS inclusive good to linen is made thin Mix well in an return until October 31st atcxtremelvlow Excursions from earthen vessel one pound of sal soda P ujiorado at one faro Denver to all points i the five cents worth of chloride of lime and holders of theso ticketsfor For round trip to further par address E A HoinnooK G T two quarts of soft water Boston Tran- Â¬ A C IL I p By Chicago I1L script scaly For the prevalent disease of ABuRuxrTON- - pirl is learning to play the legs in fowls caused by a minute in- Â¬ cornet and her admirers speak of her as tne fairest Mower that blows ISurhnaton sect rubbiugtho legs with an ointment of sulphur kerosene etc is advised The remedy is good enough but a hot Is to boTo 1cel Shaky at Time a goodly ter one is immersing the feet and legs ironic nervousnessdlstanco on tho road to If ostetters Stomach in a tomato can of kerosene Do this ismersisa nervine boneiiecntinboth conditions The persecuted and therefore oft- Â¬ every three days until a cure is effected en offending organ tho stomach is largely It always seems to us says the responsibo lor nervous svraptoins Invig- Â¬ and you Western Rural so be the blindestfolly orate itnorvous will flni that tho svmna tnctic sensations disappear Bil- Â¬ for a farmer and dairyman who has iousness and constipation also contribute to calves from cow3 thit arc possessed of nervousness Both aro extirpated bv tho Bitters which is also invaluablofor fever sufficient dairy merits to make them una - OF I3I1TAT10XS AZWAT9 ASK 2 Olt VR PIKJiCCS rrttUI8 ox Mets JinrJKJ SUGAR COATED PBLLS- PILZS ZITTE erato without disturbance to the system alct or occupation Aut up in ruuss uu9miuiuu cally sealed Always fresh anil rcliaMe As a laxative alterative or purgative theso littlo Tclleta give tho meet perfect satisfaction SIGK riEADaOHE Bllioni Hoatloctic Â¬ ConstipaIizzliie iou tion Indlprestnnd all IHllona Attack derangements of tho stom Â¬ ach and bo welfare prompt- Â¬ ly relieved and permanently fiirl hv- - thrt iiv nf llr i SIJ XUircatlvo Fierce Pleasant remedial powerPellets of theso explanation the In of Pellets over bo trreat a variety of diseases it ulljr be Baiil that their actiion upon mar truthf the system is universal not a prland or tissuo escaping their eanativo influence Sold 7 drujori3ts2T cents a viaL Manufactured at tho Chemical Laboratory of AVonrDs IISIES3UIT Mkdicai Association Buffalo N 1 l I 1 Â¬ Â¬ la offered bv tho manufactur- Â¬ ssoos ers of - jmm Mmm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IF Mm Â¬ GOOD HOME MARKETS Iulc hj a Somo or tlu Wltt MutPinrnt ChinesTurin Organ A protectionist journal gives some exceedingly misleading figures under the ahoved oiding It begins by tiie statement that the effect of a pro Â¬ tective tariffin the German Empire has been to supply the fanner with a homo and adds that market for his trrain Germany has for all practical purposes passed out of the list of nitions while the German farm- Â¬ ers no longer dread the effect of the development of Englands East Indian wheat fields becauso of Bismarcks protective policy Now so far is either of ljiese state ments from being correct that the ef-Â¬ fect of Gentian protection has been to exclude Russian wheat from her mar Â¬ kets whicli had heretofore been cheap Â¬ ly purchased This exclusion and the tariff on wheat imports ha of couise grain-exportin- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ mm lift Â¬ - Â¬ prevented German exports of wheat for the simple reason that two forces have been sot to work Jo raNe its price aud consequently compel German working men to live on cheaper grains rye barley and oats As to the statement that German farmers no longer dread the iirccts ol the development of Englands East then why is it Indian wheat fields that they have again demanded an in crease iu tho tariff on imported wheat and that the Reichstag will probably accede thereto This same journal taking the above false and fraudulent premises for its text then goes on to prove that our high tariff is having a precisoly similar effect on our wheat exports Its con- Â¬ tention is that there is a marked decrease iu our exports of wheat solely on account of the tariff giving us a bet Â¬ ter home market for the product To prove this statement it says that whereas iu lSSG we produced 457218 000 bushels of wheat we only exported one eighth of it Now the facts are that we exported including wheat aud Hour 15000000C bushels of last years wheat crop ot 531- - per cent while in 1SC5 we exported but 12D9 per cent of i in 1SG9 1C35 per cent in 1870 2081 potent and in 1SS5 2589 percent Nor is this all Instead of our high tariff affording us a home market since 18G0 our proportion of agricultural tc manufactnral exports has been steadily on the increase So much for these false and fraudu lent high protection statements and figures ChicitQO Xcivs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thought that political prisoners were exempt from this indignity and refused to obey Then ensued a horrible scene Seized by live or six men of violence against whom he resisted to the very end she was stripped knocked down and bleeding and naked held down by the men and then forcibly pressed Having given into the convicts dress all the details of this revolting And scene Mr Kennan continued now suppose this had happened under your eyes Suppose that this young girl who was so barbarously treated had asked for your protection Suppose sho had been your daughter would you have hesitated to defend her by force Count Tolstoi remained silent for a mo- Â¬ ment his eos were filled with tears Aro j ou quite and finally ho said sure that this has really happened He As sure as one can possibly be relapsed into silence and then evading the direct question the Count replied Even in a similar case the Using of The Gov- Â¬ force would not be justified ernor of Krasnoyarsk is a brute The soldiers charged with the execution of hi order are brutes but this does not give you the right to go down to tueir level Suppose you had just been able to prevent thi- revolting injustice by Whero killing three of the soldiers wouldbe tho advantage Other soldiers unconscientious as the former would have finished that which you would only have retarded and there would have been at least three dead men At the moment of your intervention there would have been only one center of evil Afterwards there would have been three or four if not more ThK Mr Kennan is not the way to establish the reign of peace on earth Pall Mall GaxetU - profitable to sell theso calves which to say the least may be like their dams and then depend upon chance to pick up his cous from other peoples herd To prepare fish a ith crumbs pre- Â¬ pare the fish by soaking ami mince it rather coarsely and then put it in lay Â¬ ers into a well buttered pan with bread crumb a little pepper salt md grated nutmeg between each layer and bring to the boil pour over a littlo stock just sufficient to moisten it then add anoth Â¬ er layer of bread crumbs put the dish into the oven and serve hot Potato Sou Me Boil nnd mash a quart of potatoes moisten with a pint of boiled milk beat separately the whites and elks of three eggs add the yelks to the potatoes and a little salt whisk the whites to a froth and add just before cooking the dish Put the mixture on a large dinner plate and bake fifteen minutes serve as soon as Cincinnati taken from the oven Times Chosolatc Pudding Ojie quart of milk three ounces grated chocolate Scald the milk and chocolate together When cool add the yelks of live eggs and one cup of sugar Bake about twenty five minutes Beat the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth with three fourths of a cup of sugar spread over the top of the pudding and brown ilightly in the oven It should be per- Â¬ Good Cheer fectly cold when eaten Screws that arc too small for sepa rate treatment may be cloaned from rust as follows Take a pound of screws and place them in a small box a cigar box will do put a small quantity of oil on them and shako for a minute then put a piece of cotton waste in the lwx and repeat for a minute finally put a handful of sawdust in the box anil shake for another minute or so and re- Â¬ move the sawdust by sifting it from the screws iu a fine seive The screws will come out well cleaned Boston Budgd Chronic Nasal Catarrh which they cannot cure SYMPTOMS OF CATAKltlT Dull heavy headache obstruction of tho nasal discharges falling from ague rheumatism and renal complaints pxssisres throat sometimes proruse the head watery into the and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous Gn ts whose sweethearts dote upon them purulent bloody and putrid tho eyes aro niay prepare for the worst Time L a great Treat water and inflaqsed there Is rinuintf in tho ears deafness hneklajr or caubw to aau Uote ifMonrUtjraph clear tho throat expectoration or offenslva ulcers matter together with scabs from twang the IVliat a Dunrn t tho volco la chanRed and has a nasal I Fufferel with fever hot bcail and foal breath breath is oCcnslvo Fmcir end tnsto are Im Â¬ With stuinaih disorders wai Irlt unto death dizziness with paired there is a rensation ot I txrelti week surciyl wasadunct mental depression a bacbin couch and gen Â¬ Then 1 tooV a few Tellcw th r cured m eat once Only n few of the above named Vhat a dunce indeed to neglect such a eral debility likely to ba present in any ona symptoms are remedy and suffer a week when quick ro case Thousands of cases annually without lief could have been found in Dr Picrcea manifesting half of tho above symptoms re pult ia consumption and end In the grave Pleasant Purgative Pellets J o disease Is so common more deceptive and by physicians lcj THE bank owhier of the period doc3 not dangerous orsoothunderstood By its mild ins and healing properties reem to think any thing less than half a mill Dr Sare Catarrh Itemed cures the worst Life Ion worthy of his steel eases ot Catarrh cold In tlio bead Coryza and Catarrliul Headache Sold by drusUtt everywhere SO cents Look SnArrl When your skin breaks In pimples use Glenaa Sulphur Soup out Untold AkomV from Catarrh Uills Uasr Dye Black or Brown 50c Prof AV IlArssrit tho famous mesmerist Some ten years apo of Itliaca X Yl vritj chronic nasal Tne carpenter is perhaps the raostEuc I suffered untold agony from gave me up cs on lecord cesfifulboaidinjr houfce keeper catarrh My family physician must die My caso was eaid incurable and Jlrrcfuiit Travtter such n bad one that every day towards sun- Â¬ hoarse I could voico physicians in tho city set myspoak would become soIn the mornlns Tnn most prominent barely alovc ti whister smoko and recommend TttnsiUs Punch cougmng ana cieanus i mj niy be cigar Dr almost strangla mc By tho uo of was ecge s a well Itemedy in three months I a wls5 cow that knows her own milk Catarrh tho euro has been permanent Its it has passed through the hands of a man and alter i7f J Dr Sacou Catarrh Itcmcdy for a caso of m t U1T - dairymau GovJaJs Hun Ir vou havo catarrh use tho surest reme- Â¬ dy Dr Sages A 8QX7AU makes sail boata capsire but Vric makes a babys mouth one hize larger in i Htivtix AVici body says of do As coon as represented Praxsa Fraxcrs Axlo Grease leading part the blind mans is what every Pine Street Thomas J Kusma Esq I was a great stiff erct St Lou Vo- - writes years At times I could from catarrh for three hardly breathe and was constantly- hawking and spitting an 1 for the last eight mpntbi could not breathe through the nostrils I thought nothing could be done for me Luck-Â¬ ily 1 was advised to try Dr Sage s Catarrh Itemedy and I am now a well man I believe sure remedy for it UWkj the onlyand ono has only catarrh now to give tt manufactured fair triul to experience astounding results an a permanent cure Constantly Hawking and Spitting Tlirco Bottle Curo Catarrh Co O- Itmvjnn a coah disturbs your sleep take Eli Konnixs daughter Phad CchmMawhen Ir Cure catarrh My Consumption and restwelL Pa says Pisos lor vr sho was flvo years old very baoly 1 eaw pro- Â¬ and THE MARKETS LIVFSTOCIv eatte Coininonil 50 3 W Choice Hutehers 4 10 HOGS Common r to G00U Packers i svm Good to choice SHEEP IjAMHS Goo1 to choice 4 TT 3 W FLOCK Family GltAIK Wheat NoJ ml Cincinnati Aug S A 25 ino TO Sagos Catarrh Itemedy advertised that cured a bottlo for her and soon raw permait Â¬ helped her a third bottlo effected a old and nent cure She is now eighteen years sound and hearty a5V 5 S5 1 2- - 30 3 XoSred toru NjS mixed Kye Xo 2 JfsgsgaaSjYjgBPi CUKES WHEB Oats No J mixed HAY Timothy Xo 1 TOBACC- O- JleUium Leaf Good Leaf PKOVISIOXS Pork Hess Lanl Prime Steam DUTTEIt Choice dairy CUoice t Fancy Crenmery APPLES Prime pertnroil 1 1 H M 13 13 ft 50 in sssEmsmw a 0 50 Eisos Cuke K3 Eest Cough Sjrup Tastwgood IVSJ in time bom tijruruncuts AIL ELSE FAILS TJso LITERARY SUCCESS Itcgulnrlty of Hahlt an a ItcquNlte of Cred Â¬ itable Work All literary men who accomplish much and maintain their health do their work in the morning and do it every Â¬ Â¬ POINTS FOR LADIES A Few Noted on I -- Â¬ -- -- Among the newer dress trimming are metal embroideries Fancy shoes in great variety are made for seashore wear i Tho loose open corsage with a drawn out bouffant plastron is still fashionable Wide sash ribbons take the plac of drapery on many of the light summer toilets Tea gowns have become universal and arc made in all the fabrics from lawn aud batiste to satin aud velvet Floral fans which serve the double purpose of fan and bouquet are in de mand for garden parties and other summer teles Lukewarm water in which has been dropped some spirits of ammonii will impart to the hair an auburn tinge it will also ruin the hair in a short time A table cloth of fine linen with each of the damask figures outlined in different colored silks makes a very beautiful spread for a country house with window curtains to match Two favorite patterns in table linen are the Pompeiian and the Pois le- Â¬ dum The center of the first is tilled with large square blocks and tho border surrounding it is of triangles The second is composed of medium sized balls and h border of larger balls around which are trained mvrtle leaves -- nicstU Ili miomjr Virloii Matter of Do- - I Â¬ RP i - V K World I - - Ci rAJ v r I t Entirely Different Thing Reduction of the tariff docs not mean free trade The placing of certain raw materials on the free list does not nean free trade The lecommenda iion of Harry Oliver s Tariff Commis sion that tho tariff ought to be reduced twenty live per cent did not mean free trade The shrieking of proÂ¬ tectionist editors against any serious reduction of the tariff as free trade is simply borrowing the cry of poli Â¬ ticians and demagogues It is about time that this sort of tomfoolery ceased and that tho tariff question were con sidered on It utTit- - Hit rzftitrt An Â¬ Â¬ - morning It is the daily task performed morning after morning throughout the year carefully conscientiously pe- Â¬ rsistentlythat tells in grct results But in order to perform this task in this way there must be regular habits of sleep with which nothing shall he al- Â¬ lowed to interfere The man who cats late suppers attends parties and clubs or dines out every night can not work in the morning Such a man has in fact no time to work in the whole romd of the hours Late and irregular habits at night are fatal to literary production as a rule The exceptional cases are those whicli have fatal results upon life in a few years One thing is certain No great thing can be done in literary production witli out habit of some sort and we believe that all writers who maintain their health write in the morning The night work on daily papers is killing work and ought to be followed only a few years by any man A man who follows literature should always go to his labor with a willing mind and he can onlv do this by being accustomed to take it up at regular hours We called upon a preacher the other day one of tho most eloquent and able men in tho pulpit of tiiis State He was in his study which was out of his house and his wife simply had to say that there was no way by which she could get at him even if she should wish to see him He was wise He had his herself regular hours of labor which no person In tho was permitted to interrupt afternoon he could be seen in the morning never A rule like this is ab solutely necessary to every man who wishes to accomplish much It is aston Â¬ ishing hovr much a man may accom Â¬ plish with the habit of doing his utmost during three or four hours in the morn- Â¬ ing He can do this every iaj have his afternoons and evenings to himself maintain the highest health and live a life of generous length Good habit is a relief too from all temptation to the use of stimulant- - By it a mans brain may become just as reliable a producer as his hand and the cheerfulness and hcalthfulness which it will bring to the mind will show themselves in all the issues of tho mind The writings of those contemporaneous geniuses Scott and Byron illustrate this point suffi- Â¬ ciently One is all robust health tho result of sound habit the other is all fever and irregularity What could Poe not have done with Longfellows habit Â¬ SO 18 COB MEAL FOR HOGS 23 22 SO S3 ft 2 Intc reHtliig Ktprlmnt4 niiile at tho Iowa 2 75 POTATOES Per barrolXew 2 50 Agricultural College Y6ltIC XEtt The relative merits of cob me il corn FLOUR St ate amt Western 3 C3 il S aud cobs ground together and Indian GRAIN WlieutXo 2Chicago TSi T8 No2red meal the corn alone arc forcibly por-Â¬ 51 Corn Xo2mtxoL 434 74 it 40 Oats mised trayed in an experiment at the Iowa 13 SO t5 s rORK Xr JIoss Agricultural College Six lots of young LAUD Western Steam 0 7Ti breed averaging barrows of the amo CHICAGO about 230 pounds each were divided in- Â¬ FLOUR Wisconsin winter il 3 CI 35 Wheat No 2 e COl to two departments of the same weight GRAIN Chicago sprinp red No2 fS Â¬ Corn No 2 and flesh During the spring and sum2 Oats No 2 mer they received little more than gri3s PORK Mcss 13 00 13 S3 C t7J and after August were fed grain to fat- Â¬ LARD Steam BALTIMORE ten them Full feeds of rye were given FLOUR Family 3 Grt 3 G3H them excepting one week in the last ol GRAIN Wheat No 2 Mi Cora JIlxed 4sS 49 August when corn on the cob was fed 31 Oats Mixed 1C 0 The feeding of meal was begun on Sep- Â¬ PORK Mess tattoo s tember 14 and before account was taken LARD Refined quality 3 no S i 12i CATTLE First 00 was fed one HOGS of the experiment each lot T37i Va INDLNAPOLlST week to accustom it to the feed At J TO this time thoy were quite even in degree GRAIN AVhcntNo2 red 42 Cora Mxed Mixed Oats 20 of fatness but those fed corn meal were Coxsumptiox is freo from Opium in any form and therefore perfectly Bafe If you havo a couph without disease of tho lungs so much tho hotter A few doses are all you need But if you neglect this easy means of safety tho slight cough may become a serious mat- Â¬ ter and several bottles will bo required for e It can not bo asserted that every caso of Consumption may be cured by this med- Â¬ icine bat it is true that thousands of lives will be saved If they do sot delay too long By druggists The hogs were weighed at the begin- Â¬ GRAIN Wheat No red Com Mixed fft 43 ning of the experiment at the end of one OUs Mixed Si 2S two rORIC Mess week and again at the end of irnj OS 00 weeks when they were sold In each LARD Steam case the weight was taken about noon and before feeding They were fed three timc3 each day The meal was Mightly moistened and a small pinch of salt given each lot in the mornings THCiIT food They were kept iu inclosures IKloTPCtSlES CCfOUCRED where no other food was obtainable SWAYNES week before the experiment began The the weight of the six hogs was 1 132 VNMES v iHFATKVv ctfniiviifpj oHiiiL0 v somewhat the heavier PTOTTRT -A- - n -- - LOUISVILLE 1 25c - -1 TT ft 3 9 72 m hB mmfSFim -- BwtConeaSj mp Testes good Us In time SoMbrdruinrijts CURES WHERE saaWEg53sall ALL ELSE FAILS fiwaijga DEDERiCKS HAY PRESSES pounds fc83J EAT GOOD - VtIW iMMssratu keeping the oso tAov fT JttSpimJk Tr -A test r illn i T JLLATV tC Jvee cV the customer 1 l VhiL During tho first weeks experiments Lot No 1 fed on coblncal gained 9 J 12J pounds No 2 2 pounds No pounds making a total of 47 pounds for the cob fed class the first week Those fed pure meal gained 1GJ pounds 1SJ pounds and lGfr pounds amounting to 4GJ pounds At the en 1 of the second week of feeding the first class fed on cob meal had gained 28 pounds makÂ¬ ing with the first weeks gain of 47 The second cla3s pounds 75 pounds fed on clear meal had made a gain of 50 pounds in the second week or a total gain 97 pounds showing a gain over the cob meal of 22 pounds Ol course this demonstrates the superior value of the clear meal but wheu the relative expense of tho two meals is considered the experiment speaks very highly for cob and corn ground to- Â¬ gether all the more sc when wo re- Â¬ member that the second class fed on clear meal was slightly heavier than Class 1 at the beginning of the first weeks experiments Ry carefully wcighingseveral Bushels before and after shelling it was found that there are 1408 pounds of cob to each bushel of corn counting 7008 pounds to the bushel of corn anil cob meal and 56 pounds to a bushel of corn meal There was fed G22 bushels of corn and cob meal and 830 bushels of clear corn meal The cob meal pro Â¬ duced 1205 pounds of pork for each bushel fed aud the corn meal 1167 pounds per bushel To produce one pound of pork 479 pounds of the clear meal were required and 581 pounds of the cob meal At S3 per hundred weight the price at which the hogs were sold the gain gave 4G cearf per bushel for the cob meal and 42A cent9 per bushel for the clear corn meal The hogs fed clear corn mal gained Pittsburgh Dispatch more rapidly hut made less money out of the corn consumed Farm and The Pennsylvania railroad hasi of crude petro- Â¬ ftlomc maife a successful test A trip leum as fuel for locomotives Philip Henscn of Corinth Miss ia Altoona to Pittsburgh 11G miles from very proud of his big gray heard which was made with the vsc of about a he thinks is the longest in the world dozen barrels v irried in a tank in tho Hensen is sixty years old six fret two tender The cost was much less than inches tall and whu he standcivot that of coal and there was a great hla beard touches the ground Jt lias saving iu labor and weight carried mt been uut for olevon yoavc vv t r Jits fan 7 Vm VERMIFUGi riEXficiSE DAimPAMfinFA 2 FOOD V THE CHILDREN MEDICINE 3ee cheerful- rumr its 7SYPH YTCi 4USE GMIAVIICIG I nnr wmiiwo rji uui 7 pills yvvui SOSDOH HAIR IOOKE5TOHER CNGLISH t Bssfc7 yyWK jujVjr yj gyBssssssssVMTOFB P K DEDERICK Sl CO Albany K Y I 100 will be paid f P1 of Frank Siddalls Soap delphia can say at Office Phila- Â¬ THEGftEAT w -- CUREF03 Dont be a Clam Must be able to speak the apothegm plainly for a Crow that ITCHING PILES inp BimEiHJT Jiiuit ui uieii worse by scratching very distressuiJ If allowed to coatlnuo tutnurs form wlilc Jvpten Moed aad ulcerate hoeomlmr vervecr HWAYNliS OINTMENT etopiitchinKKiicciUiipBcau Ulceration ana ia many M kN HUSVT2 AIMUXO UW nHnii n lit inx - JONES PAYStheFifEicHT 5 Ton Wacon Scales 9E2 B-5- NB7 r SYS1PT0HS TtreBiau4 Snn B br Itctt XHliHvaMV sesuoilMSalt r aa - a41rttt paper t fr- Ires Lctcto Stftl Kfiriso Bru yr- BIXUUAYTUMN JCNES tlU Sr SlNSHftMTH THEOlDESTMEDICINESWliS50U3BYDRUGSI3TS UNlW 60 ccaiira NYI nil UHlLAUUT U Jftffy UMAX FIKEWIXD WATER ENGINE FOB UNSURPASSED Tot Mills Elevators Elec-Â¬ tric Ugbtinz and General pnrpOscs 8nd for Cirtvr Ian to cxuuxKTaca CCHRY PA OCRFUXIi uSaiJiJ SEAMLESS PANTS SHOES made order la beat the world Alndo in elzet SerfPtFitcaar A and styles te estxa or money please Perfect refunded HANDSOME STYLISH Co Writs for testimonials from Tonr 8tte Addr ruRTEK inex KeeriMU cud tt em Officers pay bounty pro- Â¬ RON ofCitr or ROOFING bqt for kind Fmrm Balldlac mn4 iaUMTJILMJ PK9 PENSIONS far sample ef cloth and loot tapf m warn worth 10c 2atmpi Clrcalam cn 3 IrtUicl nsHliiflfciNCINNATIO Free Bank Expresi or lending Co business house In Fit Baaranteea We refer to any ritv 131577 cured deserters relieved Success or no fee Writs circulars mad new laws A w MCCOH lor MICK A SON Cincinnati O Washington D C WATCHES RKE FROM th Stamp for Mammoth Ula dCaU 1 WMadlaon tjt- - Chicago SI25 S5bS5BSffi CO TO 8 5 summit A DAY bolbkr airm uu Clin SUM Line s not under the twrses Samples worth flM feet Writs co juukicb COCKLES Bile for Llreronlr contln and et 10 Beautiful Curiosities rrotn the Ocean and a Boot that tells all about Wigs Bangs and Wares ten t C O D any-Where Wholesale and retail price Ustres B HAIR THE GSEAT ENGLISH EEMEDY Indlirrttlon etc Freo from Mercuryi iun VeceUMe IiKrmltenn Aarnt CHAS x CIUTTEJiTON ff TURK C StreW A Mcxtean War and Union lCtfCinilC erans UCnOlUHd For M1LO B 8TEVKN3 3t TV CO Col wauaia avuueaso Detroit and Chicago I Washington Clereland EDUCATIONAL M M u MXsept a gins CURES WHERE AIL ELSt FAILS COLLKCEof IiAWChkajroraIlTermb or circiuaraaa u Booin taicaga EestConKhSjrrnp Twice sood Via In ti tno Sold hv riruif ltiL 5T li HororcopathlcSchooLOper aSepuaR vAddrea 8 B atic v it l VJU Michigan Atc Chicago AN K B TOO SEBICAtfCOtlKOt The sreaa Cnrd l 1 K OPIUM ta sOflay Kltpjr till er4 Marafctne t VTJIKX It1 tfiA 4 o 9 3s t Jr ftitfcea 1imu MKITIMJ T0 ABVEKTHKiUriJeAM talc JA M Us 4srHfWwwt is Msjf I Q- U AKi SJ - 4 mw - v il- - J2U X1 v- - - ttj m ffi r ttr s - e v i-- j j svLisaa V sKHH vp1 r a a RJsr i n tsr j46fai ic - VI K 1 M iu 1 ii VxF 4 vT JSjwiSiiwiiiiljll irawWBtTAWMMIMWU lulBnaMmtlJliiin 1tIjJ-T-r- J nu nii j u rmrn caimirirWiTria -Uneighbors just j -- The Stional Democratic Con- - IT IS GOV HlCKJBR SOW -N E WS fi M TT TCT Ji- I ncroMtlieiivoriuMwMasiiipl 3 XWJL AXD 12X G0Y J Yentiou of 18S3 will consist of Sld adjacent counties are just now iwSt ww irtiii aj ww The tpecial to Uc St in rI wv Hi j enjoying clll CAUtCiilUIIl aUOllf 1 V ijfiatLiiii rii tss --i liii AfM - Frankiokt Aug no The -vjourcoal ami iiiii Lav in -aiu uecisiii against ue lron lft tlm cnnhMn ol bov Buckner toi xr for the whiter nwu a man named Rtntfir 50i5 tlm Wostem Ktnos nucrurntioii wlr th mansion of a ti womuauir iv Dr nnd Mrs G R Hubbard HIer is ted212 the Pacific States 28 The extenshoand enthusiastic popu ulo1T v l rt irom Territories and the District of lar demonstration The city was hnve returned from Mont Eagle Jiiuiusu i uiupaiii many years rv11 lu and the company has heMii is Tim twn thinic vni with iPnn from The Cairo inrtKP now build- i r n B nr r i TiinMr iig over the Oh 3o river is to cost trying to oust him and take it uuiiiii Hwi n n KinL B ft wnil nr A kiw null iin iii tmuuiniu tl 4000001 awjiv from him WritinlrtliR be nominated will hav to get ried out A number of the sevAND- AIL the schools in Hickman jident about it ho is advised to therefore 517 votes eral companies of State Guards - hold on to his land at all hazauds bnoned Monday with full attenas by failnro to keep certain con- - THE DELIGHTFUL LIQUID participated Gov Buckner made the follow- iiiLiiiitracts with me government the 1 to IjA iinjr appointments A full line of ISobby Straw company 1ms forfeited all riMit SLMh WWtL G Matt Sfc5 Syrup of a most agree sjr3s g jj ggggj iMlxE Hats for Men and Boys in great and-- title to these lands fho nlilo Hid of Figs is fiitilv riinmilv AlSecretaryInnv State vi1nnliln Inillltv itnc nf variety at Buchanans neWs spread ami now ail South- - as it is easily taken by old and Assistant Secretary of State aprlj east Missouri is in a hiibbnb and vminrr mill is prompt and effect- - Willis Itingo ot Hickman county Kew T T1T w xue uvit uomuv Adjutant General bamuel n Lair TiU on the move squatting ppon andjv c t cnriu Habitual Constma- settling these rich lands which tion and the many ills depending Hill of Ohio county begin on the 18th of October and e ad iTpuecnpart of Mr Jay Goulds on a5weak or inactive coudition ot Private Secretary to tho Gov contluue for fire days This is a the Kidneys Liver and Bowels ernor William R Griffiths of DaThe fourth quarterly confer- - relt SVrle It acts gently strengthens the or- viess county ence ot tue ji ii unurcu in tins G tint t Attains the Secretary gans on which it acts and awak CocmI llosiilts In miti Case place will be held on the J4th CIRCUIT COURT XOTBS ens them to a healthy activity of State is a prominent DemoD A llradford RhofnIe instant leiur For sale by T T Sway no o of Cliattanooa IV nn vriico pijer ho Go cratic worker of the mountain The Fulton Circuit Court ip yt in 9 tliit wxOur new Fall Goods are seriously Uhcted witli a vcre cold that druggists Clinton street Hick counties and was during the war 8ion and will be tbo remainder of the a gallant Federal soldier lie lias week riving and they are cheap etleO o his nnis had tried iriyrem- - man Kv During the week Fannie Wright conwithout benefit edi Iking inductti to hold by appointment tho oflico J AwiBEncfs Sons trv Dr Kuiff New Diicovery fur Con- Ofiicial statistics received at of Register of the Land office victed or t alin a silk drens from tlic rauar2C 2wl r itimntKitl did jo an wnss entirely niinul Ellison was vasmngionior me wees kiiuw since tho death of Hon J G atoreof Smith A penitentiary awaided r and Frank g i - foj use id a lew tiottlcs yeari iatbeStaio oi oi uoma papers arc gn nf - nu f1VftP nilli Cecil Clomonn forhnrliry tntrring tlie resi n in lanniy lor all touK s riftng OUt that Copt El AnsllUtZ t -Adjutant C in Hon I- Sik1 result nfthftRtpinirV v nntli issooii and foUls witli ftanj wiseiaisitlie Key West during the weekwiTho- General Sam E Hill during the denceof Ir ft Dwatch Johnson k11 Fulton Bud plead and tcaling iivPS lliivc of also served cx a Ativan 5 Jphm lhe felony casta L b marrio4to a lady in Capo bravtd hy h9 Wonorfl Discovery total number of cases to date war in tho Union army and has uiranlenii JIo t Trial Cottte frtc au aUDrugsts Iwainoliut to 237 and 53 deaths have beeu a working Domocrat all his nqnit raba Thompson and Andre y Kuckor woro continued f Young man if you want a liatUca occurred among these At Eg- - life He is a holdover Senator A good many tinea and some forfeitures iiDMiiiiii8 uiuio ouim ku to Tho nickman City pmTnmi montKevFla tho refutre station and was electod two years ago by wereeutered up Buchanans and got a pair of the einpOUMl counsel to assist in le- - uu mvt oeenaiiowuu iu o iu ino a handsome vote The grand jury adjourned Tuesday It indictments than ny jury Stiver king Shoes the best and am land the siclc having recov- j s W It Griffiths who will hold returned more of cars com e the County to a cheapest bnoe in ifickman ap 1 5uilg0 0 issue saioon license in ereu aim tue lsiaiui iree irom uis- - the confidential position of Pri- forIn number millj Ucird of Linilcr lliesiw vate Secretary has been for sev Marshall special oie This- month tho color of two- - Hickman Judge judgment wib and now certain taxelse eral years city editor of tho Owens- - iven apahf t Reed for a sum between cent postage statu ns is to bo payers have employed counsel to xu Vy cl0VV uu ic boro Inquuer lie is si groat 5 1000 and SI 100 -- reen any uiou changed to The three cout f lout of the1pavinent of to any x now greenr will be ciy treasury ffiS O ot Kentucky Ji vermilion This injunction and such purpose au nti S the court mU8 n WilUS KiU Will test the right Of tlO COmcil iHcion not icndercd Iumi- VH SUCCeedS Ul 0 f L f v wiuPr v lv known as ti Mr Ji R Walker irom the Ken- - ntinaii iwmi r Tr v ul James f lkr W is probably known UnreCPny Judgment for ducting a protracted meting at er purposes than such as is specili- Col -- Mack i i nu - e ii rut i u ligUjvgg lJmm -- -r-amiu-t-rTi1tiijiJm fcTlM H Ii - LOOAI fcA isr J2j o ei 1 1 y ir I -- i 1 1 1 sfls 11111- 111- - - 1 - nr nJ iu IDitfC3 0 I DEALERS IX DRUGS 5 sgfesk S Q and Schcol Supplies TSl uel -- MEDICIXESjBOOKS STATIOSEKY W i0irt Fancy GOODS TOYS and PICT IRE5 SUNDRIES PALNTSOILS WINES and IIQUOH3 or Medical 9 Â¬ AGENTS FOH THE i aa 1 i g tt jyil JSrii Poinestie Sewing Machine 5s j w an m-aprS 1 PiwacBiPTioxs 1887 SPECIA1LTY a - i Coles Building i v s le -- Â¬ HICKMAN - Â¬ Â¬ liEflTUCKY Sltil p iftWaJlM3MBSk --II StS B - M ii Mj ffSi in ra J -- S vjcgiic DEALER IK I1III 3i Â¬ - -- J i Â¬ m SCHOOL SUPPLIES PANCt GiOdDS - 1 -- I I - i ie - i 1 l 1 I - Newspapers Periodical Magazines Stationery e Books 2 A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on hand Any lkok Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in stocl6 will bc promptlyprocured for you by leaving your order W- -- I w- - -- M Â¬ - Â¬ ViowS To fse ni 0f S01 n k l - 1 K A wJdy lb TBE OLD RELIABLE C3HAS DRUGS A HOLCOMBE -- DEALER of the Summer Goods must go to make room for our immense Fall and Winter stock You can get bargains ifow All Â¬ aug2G2v J asibeugs Sons ifff t about 870U0 Tt is not generally known that the new law requires me sucriir to add G per ceut to the btate tax esof all persons who do uoj pay by Sept 1st The vming men of ITtckman are requested to meet at Caldweli Academy next lrniay evening at nf1npL-- far thp miriM3i a r uw- -a litqmry society - of ofm- All are izing - Tho oldest lawsuit in Illinois has boon ori the docket for forty two years It began about a 2 liognnd has cost tho principal -- -- cordially inviUnl to attend5 rs tfcov3 S5tln Htivc 1111 -- Dr Ruekerof Nashville hatU hfs bugsy torn up by a horse that became frightened at Forepaughs elephant during the street parade j Â¬ k0WU l CenS0 Un Ue Od0 f I lnui reieiy lem wlsen biHou3 or costive to1 primitive man Iiiciman home yeas a o urs - for his successful intelligent and i headaches colds and fe of the frenzy hHuics oee Wjpiu ctticieut management of same Itjvers to cure iabitua constipa- - lighted in the society and vorite in en as ie vho will in ovp tH oldiHend gle her a warm wel- t foMaotoIoredmco -omQ- law nor politics can never foreeTra s Co Clinton fimitnrf nml 00 TeinSe iinnnt ntiPft1 tlm Mim ribbon on ltlli s iitti over thirty lw v ns iu mo niaiiv nwt years ot age lie lias neiti sover- um appropriation couiiaincu under the State gov as to many another one On Tuesday Squire r0e al positions was assistant clert v ceding years Boazs farm residence near JUI- - eminent and of the last llouso Ilia i the lino ton ami occupied ny ir joc u in tho ift of tbo A K111I t 3mc Scrnplns ver and family caught fire at 12 paying po of Hirriburg III Eilward Shepherd and burned to Governor ns t iiiiTin rereive i iuui huDTlT KnRr s biljuio nuusu from Electric ritters I fetl i my duty 10 in fnMiiiu RELIGIOUS FRENZY let s iflVrinj humanity9 know it H Te tied at 1000 with an insurance A very extraordinary case is re on my yz lnr ight 0f yflQ hud a running r Oliver lost nearly -m i about to come before the high tri o iersmy uoiri8v toia nr I p imllllLatfll iiS eiitiro honsphold poods A tew u nr wit bunal ot Malaga Spain liicii niirl i cinc three liottir i ti tsd iBhie months ago a woman a native of r iter- find even ooxm wucuicn -- Religious services at the jail village of Torrox 1muunnniinlwclk - Sunday afternoon o oclock con j tho the Mrgm Mary hadtteciareu Q appearfiftvcentabQtthat Electric Hitter atre old at ot the ed to her and had ordered her to TtneVUiis rniea Silve at 20C tier UUClell bv Mrs Dibbrell tl C T U Members of tho Y preach a new gospel for the sal j box by all DrHpjiiv M C A will assist in the vation of mankind as the end of The ComtiKR notes with ses Eerybody invited the woi Id was at hand The wo pleasure the compliment to onol mans story seems to have been of our colored citizens Jrot SYRUP OF FIGS brtieved without hesitation and Ii Rnliard uiiiiuitml of the Hick- - Manufactured only by the Califor- - soon the whole tillage was in a TT man colored echooi lie wia mc- - 111a Fig Strup Co San Francisco btate of religious frenzy Tho leciea 10 coimuei iu Colored jaj Ib kNSltuies Own true Lav- - wQinan preached in favor ot the Teachers Institute of Gravos Tt i the most easilv talen haiwlnnlnmit of earthlv nosses 1101 iiii i il tliA urn nt iv- - v AnnDnl iUi ui in pre lw COUIIl H- I- IJiL ouui x NttiKOCS ORGANIZING fpeiU LKUUE msm jhc-m-cj FAINTS USE Al DW fflffl Â¬ Dptth to filol Ur 1 a T ii 1 a Â¬ - 1 ic W 1 -r- -l -- 1 colored people was held at tho court hoiiao inthincitT to night preliminary to tbc iipuiixitiun of a Slte Protective League JKna haTtf been laid fir the simultancotw orgauisttiuii of IeaUf both North and Saudi upon about the nimo bai m the The snecial ob Irish Vitional Leasrue are to fcccnre to the Southern negro jeca the right to voe as he plwes to abolish the laws which now compel the plantation negro to work at starvation wages and make all his purcbi es of tho planter at lb planters price nud generally to nbol ish all lawsi ngainst the negroes aa a claH Ton KA Kan- aur 0 iuocrnt A meeting of tsc aaac A C JL COMPOUNDED K IS- - Z5T RPEESCPTIOINS CAREFULLY BALTZER T H BUCHANAN Prat Prcst L ALEXANDlilt Cash MiMll Ml 1 h fflL ml IL li CAPITAL iiitrKUAar ky- - I SHOT wrf -- Â¬ IX A WATERMELON PATCH fpntrh to 50000 Ul I - C U U iniMis in ST- - imt TlhJnnFTn t i lMCCu Ky Aug 30 A party of youug men who went into a watermelon patch on the tarm ot r Aiexanuer mine on their waj home from r church m this county a mght were nred upn uy a t ueihbonng 1 nuier name 1 John u Tab-x-ot- ti Glolc-P-mocr- mot wabartat VNr V L t f lr i3r ir L f iV Jx i -- V n V y t- men and children dancing and ci iinhuivii Ky nnvvwrvrrfTT n V Vn T7Rrv K OF H RESOLUTIONS from the assignee of C B King- Â¬ shontiiiir around the fiio in a state SAVES TIME WEALTH It lys pleased the Supreme man and also the stock of Westbrook one ofnuditv Mrs Jennie ncnts Warned of what was AND MONEY uuutoroi nc uiviwB rBieuu of the most intelligent and accom- wi tho local gendarmerie mur hrotherlioo bv death our deal ly be re- Â¬ Raymond Green- - dished of Hickman ladie- - who arrived only mst in time to save Mr James rntlpr The doctor brought suit ald herefore be it il Saddlery and Harness Uiisis Miashpen nbent in Mumiihis for the infants from being thrown in- - Remind IW Ful ou Lidge No covered dautages from Fiepangh witch Conn writes certify that I have used your scvcrai month has returned home to thn firft bv their frenzied moth- - Knizhts of Honor that in the death of In Cincinnati the Undertak thiiiLodzc na lust a worthy wi r with best success ifnit tlir Iwmuau tnithpr Urale muniier and the community 0f the late Grin of Pllimmer ers Association has refused to Hufrhes TonicrtOOHllHCUUVU ib t- c and her friends will learn with r in i Tiil Imiixr cot nu nd honorable jvv V4 ia rnm- - tl lllls WI11mW fnm vw Ui l in indunrrm upright twl nOncril PtitinUQ y olltrfor thek that f1Ii McCormick - butiul ofa Mrs- aiiU IlllVC aiSOwho says it wnys n1nlcl lire for- my friend citizen and a- Knights xml cmiens we nstsnf uuUo -S E because a where mouths j deeply denorohw death mer wifes fun end expenses have cures In cases pra inai ii may prove periuMiciu MRS JAYGOrjLD ielvl That this Uidse extends ita 41 V- u ad- iiotbeen paid This action rrtnpatliT to the widow and children of BOUGHT AT PRICES doses otr thia tmnby taking a Mrs Jay Gould too is gentlo trie decoded and pledge to them the Mr A C Holmes engineer hered to though Iter fctfcer offers Ue Toc chi Is who has been engaged the past affable couteons and retiring friendship of true KcighK throughout that justifies us iu selling these to the esjeiio1 of her fu- - aiff thereby and fever saving time lieaitn few weeks locating the line of the Sho ia well educated but she is so the strucglcs of life journey goods at a bargain and are deter Prepared by R A new railroad from Troy to Tipton shy that Bho hates society She lst and money Huohed Tint this UJc room ba dmp Represents a line of the very best Cornpariies in the United Statwi for thirty days tint the mined to do so All we ask is for fcd iu mournin A committee of Vitizens of RouiHon Co Wholesale Drug- ville Tenii is at home lie re- was a Miss Miller and her father Lodge attend U bini d in a body and at persons to call and test the facts reHickman by request of the agents rfs Louisville Kr- Ruld at jr OFFICE AT CqVRT HOUSE ports that the money arrange- was a successful New York gro- tend to the burial rite a id ceremonies as We retain the services of that hon- Â¬ of the Illinois Central railroad taji oy Druggist s generally ments are reported complete for cer She has always been used to becomes wonhy Kmghfe for a worthy aprs est and faithful saddler and har- Â¬ iKiciEciMLfrVisr zsir- lire preparing a statement biiow- mouey and the things money brother Hickman is still pro the building of the road and that When Mr Gould married hobus resolu- Â¬ ness maker ng tho productive resources of East was Jlnolced That a copy of thefc Fulton county on the line of the jrressing toward the dimensions work may commence next month in the leather business and he tions he turnwied the family of the deL0WEH and LOWER that they be published in the proposed road to Memphis and and importance of a town Since The Coummts information had a need of the fortune his wife ceased andCockier All kinds of Groceries hame sides Se also of the country along the riv- - 0ur last issue they have finished is that a corps of 17 men headed brought him She has two fond Hickman If M Maxwell And jfet yonr Blaoksmithiug and general as cheap as the cheapest I will not bt lain- - two new residences commenced av from which freight corn Com Eepairing done at by the chief Illi nesses her children and her flow JOHN WITTiNQ undersold a public school houso nois Central engineer of the J to build uer c can be obtained Geo Warrex who will have charge of the me- Â¬ road aro now engag ers The greenhouses of Irvtng sur- ton cost half a million dollars totacco of ed making an instrumental -Tchanical department WSHP e A A DAVIS J UQ a part Xolicc need not create any alarm among Saddles and Harness made to n1 nrivato vey of a railroad from Memphis and there she spends largebron- Â¬ via Hickman to Arlington on the of every day The pictures Trather has withdrawn from the order and repairing solicited Our Corner of Obion axl Erchange Streets E in her town Crm B Smith Ellison Co The under- new house is one door below our Further zes anil nf cigar Btnmps as jlotrii Uy MiM Illinois Central road o m ool lioiiac with HICKMAN KY the Courier saith not house aro very fine With her signed remaining partners will continue present well known Good Work at Bock bottom Prices My Nellie she frequently the biwncs under the firm name of er daughter and tenth Sep motto Citizens are reminded that the goes shopping in New York car- Smith Ellison assuming all liabilities shows a shortage tue cijrarene tember 5thHICKMAN KT CUES C SMITH S iUILL WORK a speciaHy S Â¬ rying her own bundles and riding mnl Ar Qblll enterprise of a railroad from Hick cttittnnti miwiK ItUlIVVl cfiil HtlO fci mjiivivum LEE 1 ELLISON JOHN F GEAY man to the Iron Mountain connec- Â¬ in tho horso car 01 tue country store auu umiuuui aar26 K Office Clinton Street Laclede Block Oakland City Ixd above I wish to return tion is only halting because the to fall back on Itiferrin to the Sept 27 1SSG Come thanks to ny friends for their manj favors Come Come Come management desire building Clinton street Ivlr Jas Weam late of the Represents the folldwinfc old and rell my mercantile life B LATTUS J C Mendenhall Co Evans- - Iron Mountain amendments to our everybody and see the beautiful extended toofme during the new firm a con- Â¬ iu the Hose Ky rour to make some Hickman bc companies Norih America Phoenix Bro and foe ville Ind Gentlemen them for house of Powell and to ask Hartford Lnnca hirc ari l the St lau liberally It will be push display of hats and bonnetsonlaces tinuance of their patronage so the same many years foreman of tho Cou--uiE- Certain Chill Cure is meeting ith proposed charter dis accorded to nie assuring them or feathers and flowers now Fire and Mirine Insuranca C 6mpany office is off on a trin with greater demand than ever at pres ed speedily AND Alo the Equitable Life lasurance Com play at the Millinery Bazaar All polite attention and courteous treatment on a his family to East Tennessee with ent t have beensselling it pany of New York an eye for the beautiful i heretofore wih the anma cnreful attenThi cause of a peculiar epidem- Â¬ who have Dnel7 a view of locating in Knosville orjgUaratee without any authority their interests HeijKctfullv WAGON REPAIR SHOP varied asan exempla- - from you however to break ic which resulted in the death of a will find the rich and dazzle and tion to Chattanooga He is EB Pit ATI I BR sortment a feast to ry young man competent ifulns- - chiiig witli57 privilege n cae of number of people at Thorn Grove daze their eyes where fancy shape HICKMAN KT THE WEEKLY lUSt trifkiiH liniiPRt ntiil vaiuduiu lnifotlupn nf iiiRtnmrr rot urnltlSi nn iipiip Knnvvi i j nnn 7 has j xox beautifully all JtucUIrns ArBicn Snltr All kinds of Farm Machinery Plfls 5utyposltionTira OoiyKiimiBnJooyfwHiniiniFjualU so far bcen discovered Last fall a gen and color aro make so Kstray Soiice and mark it Wagons e repaired on abort notice fahd The Best Snlv in the world for On esVini well wherever fortune may not a bottle having becu returned eral slaughter of dogs occurred in blended as to COMMERCIAL perfect s0 conio and gather to Takpn np as a Mny by F BofAltehnr Bruuei Snrob Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe7er in workmanlike manner his lot Yours truly cast Jordan ghborhood and the dead vourseif SOmeofall this beauty ry living IJ miles northfdot KgrNcw Wagons c made to order Hand Chilblains and ISorea Tetter Chapped Ika Ltttes Druggist feU8 were thrown into a cave that others may see the good it Statlou and half mile east of Jordan 11th Corns ana an Kin rrnpuons arm posi The State Industrial and Com- Ky tho by J W bodies Cuyce road Fulton county Sold and warranted tively cures Piles or no pay required K raorcial Conference which is to be A stream of water which ran does and profit thereby daf of April 1887 one sorrel pony mr rBPLt7XMKB c n DOCULAS is gnaranteed to uive perfect satisfactioi f held iu Louisville on October 4th Cowgill through this cave supplied a big One Year 756 branded on the left shoulder ind left hip o- - money refunded Price 25 cents per box Respectfully Jaug26Mm with J L vrlnte leet and wtitte in tne for8alaby all Druggists is one of the most important from which the little settle- Â¬ Mus Jones spring PLUMMER DOUGLAS fice and scar of fistula on right wither that Kentucky has At Moutery Owen county ment obtained its drinking water 6 Months white apot on belly at girth sup and uroiected for many years At Tr jibb 6ir txur foR m -- 1rK LUf0- v Ij5aront- - The decaying carcasses ot the dogs RIVAL LINKS AT CADIZ posed to be S years old and valued hy NM K in din nliuii gomery it a lit 01 jeaiousy snot Given under my hand this me at 30 the water and caused the Spcil PijMtcli to tho GIole Dcinocrat1 SHIPMENTS OR CONSIGNMENTS into the South and fortunes aro Miss Clara Kitsau from nbb ef- polluted the 22ad dv of April 1887 Ky Aug 20 disease Henderson M KNEES J P F C the value ot fects of which tho young lady has fatal CHEApEJT J F beiug rapivly made of Country Produce that may be offered The Louisville and Nabhville is junelT thoroughlyadvelrtisingKeiituckys sinco died Her slayer is now m We also make a for shipment or storage corn crop of the South ac- Â¬ trying to defeat the proposition The resources and auvautages cannoi jail at Louisville and is said to cording to a Baltimore trade paper Published of tho Ohio Valley Railroad Com AdiniuiStrataffl Jfolice be over estimated bo apparently insane on account j b over pany to go to Cadiz by making edthat of 1886 T Trt 1 Trt D InitlimillA WILL S HATS Editor it a specialty Hy Corn Oats ic kept Foror against Balopus is 01f 11 uciimuK lArtllfiimcair 11 v t 50000000 bushels The South an offer to build a branch to that AH persons indebted to the estate of W r cniriiij uiuiijcii lift will this vear it is said be nearly point themselves if the people of for sale constantly the question more tanceu 01 uianjreBtnou UI Utrtk r umtner ilec l are nowuei ami re- fjnly2J f j Oontains the news of the worli any other iti Hickman and i is deaU and has Cadiz will give them the right ot nueited to call at the oilice of H A R in the maller Â¬ sunnorti Tip to date of publication Bead srirfiariinp-- with astonismng ear liie patjt ten uiv iiisiciaus jib- corn and many millions of dollars way and lo000 to build the nine TTyler and settle same and all por interesting and In-Â¬ ing Matter sons nestness and rapidity iu the dif-Â¬ sert that should ho persist in his that have heretofore gone West for miles Of road There is a Strong said holding account or hchiimB agains eitite are uotihied to ls same prov structive to every home contri Â¬ neighborhoods of the coun- course he will be a dead niauin a Valley probability that the Ohio ferent corn will be saved to Southern will bo exteuded to Columbus el accordioj to lav CaII at the ofoe of butions to Music Son- Art ty Unfortunately the question few more days U A R T Tyler farmers Science Agrioulare and Com is involving considerable persorr J T PrUMMER Ky which makes it extremely imHOW LOST HOW RESTORED regretted xnerce and W B Plummer deed Gov Buckncrs Cabinet is as CaAdminiatrator of nl feeling which is to be THERri is no reason to fear that probable that tho people of edition Why3 may follows Secretary of State Hon- Ju PbiisM Keep5 cool friends in diz will defeat the Ohio Valley Reliable Market Ityirtau luiulua ku of Jf VcMATMiawar fcmluI yoa not differ and be friends on George M Adams of ICpoxcouu Asiatic cholera will break out IVotice country because an issolated proposition especially for that H M1tl nd Vlvar StaS trthis question as well as questions ty Assistant Secretary ofState this to the Louisville and Nashville as fS those IInicItV7Peiuat5 nJ rr ijHiceeJby--i-- f To save trouble rOR PtTCKERS case 1113 been dUcovcrcd in Texas is likely tho latter company will knowing themselves and expense me en T- LtocmULWiy ttoGreligiou or politics 1ir indebted to ilrfnlBcarxual cxtrarnK itu SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE it ertSSS in tlU Jmlrblfcir Btfor is lu avsgood bo Com - build a branch to that poiutalso drug account will peasecome forward and Wesley CParker went to the county Adjutant any such emererency settle at once with me or R L Moore VJ Congregational church in Elm Samuel E Hill of Ohio county pd lmiDK concqneu8 cf Hn kit C U LAXDKUM parties seem insists on a perfect Neither of the big abuw may tr on Sunday evening Private Secretary Mr Will R mon prudence dale Kas may 133 rtt 0UJffcur by sanitation and absolute cleanliness anxious to begin the canvass early listened attentively joined in singÂ¬ Griffiths of Owensboro curehloutircUiiiliiri- in AW York- - Although the two ing the doxology and as soon as School Xoiiee Sample Copies and I of Mcry l h The Louisville Exposition i ft the pastor had pronounced the ivirif s wi l Pbihitinn- - The Caldwell High School will open rahU Ieeb05 tiirl fc t luiiiu tin 11 I Y M C A XiiBtmaUed frceto any 111 i yiMtlMTt nun wl Saturda n lwl ill viniitumaw Xr ir -- Tfoor M anT ml- tlio 101 Ladies0and in benediction said 6f four cut or two Agents wanted xoiDtr acg autii isKr At the Methodist church Sun- fjentlemeu I bid yon all good by d tto no- om ton Iiinimoni Iu tho Sort imi pHimiQdyriVl o - e i 1 t P Address JSrStMfEfci urntiAi to I11UUD 11111 J willliard- - and contiiue Four months NoefFirfs will Centaur Tiubl leans and Democrats THKCCI wonderful Paln Curer the 41 Ann St 3 yrc JT Y Piwt Ofilce Uit 410 pulled theJ trigger Parker j Scripture reading 12th chapter two entertainments will be given ly get their candidates fairly be- - be pared to m ike thi iii tiUition peira and Ipuisuilta r trial henf frt ah itp world ha over known nent und tood enough for the beat CS Hnm daily in the amusement hall Tho was twenty years oiu aim as uo Romans W B IIubUMA D Priucipal mc wgar pttcutteH LouisTSIeXy C L Mitchell leaderf vlF v price of admission is only 25 lore the people neiore said bad no money and disconr- J5H1J Jjuly 2J 4 w ning of October childrou 10 cents ccuts 10 win prouauiy tue J E FuQUAytSecy I iV cl7l0tllC tti i to tlTs VintasUc i mbtS ot Dining the height a large fire was village into which lf0 UmI su- - warrant the assertion thit we are prepared thereby to benefit our cus- Â¬ f l tomers as well as ourselves legiti- Â¬ T i qc tion visit the pitch mately Having recently pur- Â¬ lrfrmibi nre u of lynching were freely indulged chased the stock of by the neighbor thn mirnmz and it lreJ tle wrnet dlorn or the cooler I Being regularly organised end ready for buqinesa we rcpectfnlly Folicit the patronag of all All colllectionn made for depositors free of chaige Approved paper ruhiiing three or four months discounted at the Hickman We talk through tho rate of per cent pr annanf facts Couuiek when wo know the iUAXnJi Liabj mi DEBEOTOBS H j BUOIIAXAX i J f R M ALEXANDER G B THKELKELD CBaLTZER W G JOHNSON COWGILL J Y ALEXANDEH i jrsts I 1 hcivUbles lotuiiir men wo- rirct t - m Hardware T M FRENOii 4t l Ililliigi mm 1 1 1 lhh Lia iiii vi - lJ f Fire Life ui aceideit r - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ m- Uncle Bob Fakis Â¬ j he clsp to jw ln Xg ---- 0 -1 jj flT Â¬ J F J GRAYS bric-a-bra- c i Â¬ ciM wmit Grocery House MUSE 0 -- R 1 SHAW BLACKSMJTHING Â¬ Â¬ 1 WML 41 Si- - Sl ii ni TII 1 i fr 4fo BETB pp EEED STORE M 1 eLfopd il Â¬ Â¬ - i i J5 -- rii si m Jtl PI - fCfea 1 1- ti w issl Tisirfs s ti 1 fastons ik jV Itur Bites teTbi iaJ iT i -- -- 3 A X ii- s - m X l T -- - Tt ik 7 l r l - 1 J1 v i 7 - KV rif r M i s f- - 4v4--cJt- - V1- - J 1- 1D- mmfimii i Wi 1jTi EwS- S -- JP - M -- - S sssa r H8i - - - - ajiri m u - ii J l iTflfi HICKMA s- - GOlJJER THEIstB inn courier answers the star We ire with vou iifTlieTic of a twsrtutionlaIetll0C11tlrhibitDgtI jMcJ iht tne in iltW the an h c rrs irhiliti cNuo I iijrji couilicrj or Suie the -- - SBta 9 t -- pn-xjag -- - - IHCKtfAS KYr SEPT tritjay Taylor tlcmcnt with tho holders of the county hbnds The compromise whs made at 30 cents on the dol- if b lar Â¬ o IbbijniHniifactiirc nuc ac of w1iuJ 3 a bs e would be -- liil 10 im1 t rr0 t eii hern State of national niwi but prthil comity has made a set one time will np U party- is novr ab vote for CHiliii oni canstitu ioh of Kenluik M so -- f f28 Wjird Bcecher hus arrived in 2sevr frsni Ero Wirron 0f the IticVraan York t rier vljone npinion wo bvs vslud ef5 highly for long tiiae l5ard ell Sar Ex Congrepman Euftaco Gib Â¬ Being called upon the Couiuee son of West Virginia litis had an has no obiectiotm to irivinc its simitrtr to Senator experience Whenever a temperand hasheen sent to opinions for 10 days md fined 50 for ance question is jtresented apart jail from party politics we shall fa contempt of cnurl vor and vote for almost any law that will lessen the evils lesult Tt must hot Paid to the cfqdit of ex President Hayes who wasin ing from the sale and use of whis will the parade of the Grand Army nt ky We are for any law that woe Wheeling that he not only did Jesseu and alleviate human not refuse to pass under the por- ami misery and legislation against trait of President Cleveland bat whisky certainly domes under this the that he took off his hat and salut- Â¬ headV We do not believe will Mayes seems to rotain youngest child now living ed Mr his common sense as he grows over livedo seo absoluto prohibi tion of whisky successful nomat blder ter what lavrVare enacted State national or local but that laws JiAMTOiu persists m nis pur pose to build its railway to give to lessen tho evils can be made it better communication with the we verily believe aiid we believe United States than it now has those laws can best bo secured question 2ow if the Dominion Government by keeping the Therefore out of with parly politics does not back downil will have Cou a contest on its hands compared this general statement the posiwith which the two Kiel wsurrec ijieu proceeds to define its tions were the merest school boy tion J Tho Courier would not fauprisings e vor a Prohibition Amendment to tho United Slates Constitution Tee Courier Journalsays that the Republican newspapers for Why Because when the people purposes of their qvn are renew vest the authority and power in injr stories of lively demands in the U S Government to prohibit London for Confederate bonds the manufacture aud sale of in Thp man who expects that a pen toxicating liquors they at the ny of these bonds swill ever be same time bestow Upon it the paid should bo carefully looked power to authorize and liiem its Many c after by his family They are a sale and manufacture good people when discussing this badly lost as the causes in which proposition never permit them- Â¬ thoy were issued selves to think of Congress dar ing to do anything but to prohibit A SQUAD of the Grand Army of the Republic refused to march when this power is conferred but under the Presidents portrait at suppose that instead of prohibita re union held at Wheeling W inr vJonerress uuueriaiies u Va last week The insult was cruse saloons any and everywhere offered on account of his Veto of regardless of State or local laws the Peusiou Bill Thisr organiza- Xo matter then how great the curse saloons may bo in certain tion is supposed to be overwhelming but no observing man can localities or howmay be against fail to see that it is a political ma public sentiment man with an au chine run in the interest of the them the saloon thorized U S license in his pock s Republican party et could laugh defiance at your local Thanks to this Democratic Ad popular sentiment or yourtowns temperance law voted by ministration Undo Sam is again rich enough to give us all a farm counties or school districts More than 23000000 acres of fine Think also of the millions and farming and grazing lands in Ari- Â¬ millions of dollars that the Govzona New Mexico aud Florida ernment would annually collect were thrown open to settlement from these licenses aud when yesterday For tho past twenty once fixed as a system of reveyears these lands have been held nue how hard it would be to in the grip of two railroad com- undo State county town and district temperance laws would panies Louisville Times all melt awav before the giant A COLOEAOO Sheriff with 200 power and authority of a Federal reason rssii wsrls A MOW Otl 111 ft war pat ii and niiie TfTdians and amendment to tiJOPvderal uon one white man were killed There stituton And for similar reas- Â¬ are 500 Utes now panting for ore ons jealousy of conferring addi and Gen Cook with U SSol tional powers on the L edcrnl dicre will have to take a hand in Government the Democracy as a the trouble If the Indians are iVutiotutl party can never consent not 6peedily subjugated and re- Â¬ to the incorporation of a prohibturned to their reservation an itory plank in its party platform 2 Therefore the Courier reuprising of 1500 warriors is auiono the possibilities of the near fif gards temperance laws as local police questions subject to the tare authority and control of the State Tee official returns show that and local communities and that the vote for calling a constitution- the nearer this view is adhered to JJid--dlcherg- ns one of the amendments ot rot xlcl uatioital constiuion C t amended n thr time as to REV Till JCSKPE PARKER the oee tho woMty 0r it We would noted English- - divuieeiu i i t lie be Clna o hare exptryion rm the probable successor of Kev Ileuryjbrcthf n of ih qnill Hpon thi importimt aclvo-av-- wejnscest that a l tc imtin knows of no reason why such are not to bo considered simou pure precisely as those who may differ with them on this question There are extremists among those who oppose prohibition denouncipg a man who votes for any kind of a temperance law as a fanatic c whilst thero are also cranks ran ters and hypocrits among the pro hibitionists neither of which class does tho Courier expect to please but upon this tronblc ous and complicated question as it arises we shall strive to vote with tho approval of onr own conscience Â¬ Courier ENGLISH REPUBLIC THE HIUTISH MONARCHY DYING COWBOYS TO BLAME TEE HOSTILE RAND WAS ATTACK ED ON ITS WAY TO TEE RESERVATION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and South and indeed from all parts of tho country received by President Cleveland indicate the most pleasurable enjoyment of his contemplated trip He effected tho change of Government in making it national aud not sectional The Republican party is and ever 1ms been incapable of leaving the narrow sectional basis on which it was organized for a broader and firmer one President Clevelands Adminis tration has marked the complete restoration of the Union and the long-wished-fÂ¬ THE PRESIDENTS TRIP The warm hearted invitations from various cities in tho West Â¬ Â¬ preservation of the Constitution sts accomplished faets and it has been conducted in accordance with such facts For the first time in many years the American people have realized a President who considers himself their faithful servant and who also regards his high office as a sacred trust For the first time in many years has the public business been con ducted on strictly business principles with the view toward giv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing as far as possible tho people tho worth of their money in every Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ non-parfi-K- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ department of the Government The public crib has not been invaded by a horde of hungry rel atives or friends but tho public service has been purified of the mass of corruption that so long degraded it and in every branch tho peoples trust has been well discharged Tho American peo ple rejoice in having a President whose hands are absolutely clean whose motives are absolutely pure and who cannot be coaxed or frightened away from the path he believes is tho true one It is not surprising therefore that such integrity patriotic resolve and perseverance should be rewarded by the hearty respect and approval by all intelligent and patriotic citizens and that the magnificent record achieved by the first Democratic Administration in a quarter of a century Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ should awaken a deep feeling of gratitude and satisfaction in every part of tho country It is such a feeling such a realization of the blessings of Democratic govern mont that gives emphasis to the Â¬ r-j- Ajs-i niron Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ al couventioifVas carried OOOor at the following election for Representatives in 1801 the members other vote to besubmitted in Au gust iiyj and if a majority of iitu voters vote ior it again then Â¬ 21000 majority but it will tske a long while yet to change that document Under the provisions of the Constitution the 711 liArf T Am cl t iciiiuuin mil require ans by3 Â¬ Â¬ of the constitutional convention will be voted for Ther would probably stay in session from four to six months and then the constitution as framed by this convention will have to be submitted to the people for then approval Â¬ Â¬ B internal improvements the com inonsohool system the relations between labor and capital and protection to Americana abroad are all big questions and one or two of them may bo considered burning issues However there is a strong probability that most of the people of the country will JcHve these questions to be dealt with by the two leading parties rather than submit them to new and untried hands -- which has mapped out for itself in the call which it has isaned for its National Con- Â¬ vention in Philadelphia for Sep- Â¬ tember 17 Immigration polyga lny naturalization intemperance It is a large programme the American party TTIEKXO-W-XOTfllXG -I- - x rt m 7t CES are thousands of good m n mak- Â¬ Kansas City Mo Aug 2S ing selling and drinking whisky pnblished to day an- them is a man named J J Bently and thousands who are conscien- Tho Times swers received to inquiries sent who since 1SG3 has been deaf in tiously opposed to tho t raffle out through Kansas and Missouri Leaving sentiment aside this be- Â¬ as to Presidential proforences In j one ear and for the nast three up to j is a very pretty shibboleth on the ing tho situation practically what Missouri zu answers irom uomo- - years and totally the time of tho meet nff deaf in both when it is scratched is 10 oe done about it i surface but Why tho igiib ueioro last uuruig an expea little the absurdity of the thing truest solution in our judgment crats were received Of theae 211 were for Cloveland throe for rience meeting he spoke of this is apparent jis to allow tho majority in tho Thunnan one for WndoIIninpton thorn in his flesh and asked It is a significant fact that th community effected to enact by and the rent scattering Tho Re as abo prayed for All present to only encouragement given the popular tho regulation or publicans sent 21 answers of knelt movement conies from the Je- - law that votef majority desires This which 125 wore for Blaine seventy-se- offeredand fervent prayers were that he might be healed publican press some sectious of is tho Coueiee8 position ven for Sherman forty ono Suddenly during the devotions which are patting the instigators 4 As to tho Prohibition politi- Â¬ on the back and cjieering them on cal party the Courier has this for Lincoln and tho rest scatter- ho sprang to his feet shouting ing In Kansas 320 Democrats Glory God my hearing is iti their attempt to revive an un- Â¬ to say Honesty and sincerity answered aB follows Cleveland stored toand since that time re he worthy and bigoted idea The is tho best policy in politics as in 30Cj Thurman seven Hill sis has beeu able to hear perfectly Cleveland Leader is one of the any other relations of life and if a The Re most virulent of these applaud Democrat has jorhed the prohibi remainder scattering sent 302 answers of TEN BROECKS MONUMENT era aud this is the wa it encores tion party honestly frdm a sincere nublicans which Ky Aug 27 F If the Irish in the United States conviction of moral and political six for1S1 wero for Blaine eighty for WVersailles Sherman fort3--fou- r ny tueir intolerance and greedfor duty then he ought Harper ordered to day from ttf remain in Liucolu and tae rest scattering office should once thoroughly that party but he oujrtit Co an exquisite and cost- Â¬ Burko to have arouse the1 British and British the manhood to say so and not ly monument ofpuro white marble Robert T Lincoln theson of to bo erected over Ten Broecks American element of our popula- - continue to claim to be a Dorao not acsays he Ins otion to sympathetic and united crat because his new party action cept father nomination couldthe ViceÂ¬ ecks grave It will be oT cottage theto olitica action they would have and relation is directly and only design seven feet two inches hih more cause than ever to cry out injurious to the Kentucky Demo Presidency if tendered him by the surmounted with au urn The -for home rale in Ireland There cratic party But to individual RenublFcan convention Mr Lin- - date of Ten Broecks birth death would be no chance for them to Democrats wino mayeleet to vote j coin is not so plahippoken regard and famous records will be inscrib- Â¬ rale America ed ou it for temperance laws liypreoincts ing the Presidency Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 PARTY attempt to revive the old The Inow nothing party made in a call from Philadelphia is not creditable to tho American spirit The cry of America for Americans cess of such laws Just as sure as water finds its level just tfcat certain is the enforcement of any law to be measured by the public sentiment backing it Therefore the nearer you get your law to reflect the immediate will of the community to bo affected that much more effective will that law be This being true tho Courier concludes that tho local option plan asnowin vogue in Kentucky is not only thetruest to the teach ings of Democracy but really the best temperance plan Prepare your ground well if jou would expect a good ield 3 The existence of saloons aro not absolutely necessary to tho preservation ofjiuman lberty or to the enjoymeut of Individual rights In fact saloons are a lat- Â¬ ter day invention Therefore a man who opposes saloons believ ing they increase the evils by increasing the consumption neither outrages human liberty nor offends individual rights because generations ago our fathers enjoyed these blessingsi and never saw or heard of a saloon Hence this much to indicate the couvic tion that efforts to regulate and control this grearovllof tho lay is not only admissible but the boun den duty of good citizens But as to the host plan and metjiod of controlling it is tfie question of questions and upon this question good men honestly diner There Â¬ Â¬ the better it will bo forthecause of temperance and for the suc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ land on the eve of his Western and Southern trip - 111 - jilenudfickleJiwn0vfrnO - 1 in ro Mien - 27 ---Eras- I must hereafter1 he said be Aug Detroit i tus Wiman of Xew York Hon jigamst everyunng gotxi uati or Benj Butterworth of Cincinnati indifferent tho tendency of which and Prof Godwin Smith of To- is to increase by party weight the ronto delivered addresses this power of what is called the masevening before a largo audience ses It is no longer possible to on invitation of the commercial quibble with the demos Every bodies of Detroit tho subject of concession lands us further down discussion being commercial un- tho decline If we can not stop it w ion between the United States nnnn fnr nil ovrvtliiin is Inct nnl J my everytning includes many and Canada Mr Wimans address which was things you Amoricans will be as the principal feature of tho even sorry to see swept away as we ing occupied nearly an hour was shall an elaborate presentation of the advantages aud possibilities of ILLINOIS CENTRAL BRIDGE Ho claimed that SlitcUt Iifitch to tlis Ctobe Iamocrt this movement a commercial union would briug Cairo III Aug 2G L M as much profit aud as much ad Loss of the firm of Loss Wil vantage to the United States as a sou Rochester N Y arrived here political union and illustrated his to day in tho interest of his firm contention by the contributions which has been awarded the con to the wealth of the country of tract for furnishing the rock for California and Alaska It was the piers of the Illinois Central claimed that Canada was bridge The stone is quarried and shipped at Bedford Ind COSOIEECIALLY INDEPENDENT nndgthat without appealing to En Ground will bo broken near the gland the pnrliment could adjust Illinois approach of the bridge a tariff precisely similar to that of to morrow for the purposo of laj the United States aud that around ing special tracks for the proper the whole continent this uniform location of the huge granite rocks tariff existing there would be no and for tho general facilitation of hindranceto the ebb and flow of tho work The plant of the com commerce within the continent puny consisting of crane boats itself Tho result would be that barges and other appurtenances an extension of tho commerce of is already en route to this city the United States would bo there- from Fort Madison Io The caisby secured of almost unknown son now being sunk on the Illi- Â¬ The speaker said nois shore received its first inpossibilities without the drawing of a sword stallment of concrete this afterthe shedding of a drop of blood noon and will bo so located by or the expenditure of a single tho middle of September as to be This dollar tho area of the commerce ready for the masonry would indicate that tho work on of the country could bo more than doubled because the area of Can the great bridge is being pushed ada jvas larger than that of the without stint ii Tl n enthusiastic expressions of welcome teudered to President CleveiMH1 -- Â¬ Â¬ Washington Aug 20 Tho bl iSitntioi in England eiulj mine owing dispatch from Lieut Bui BlFfB nvnrl imw F tnuiiarcny ww u n FIRWiflfl AT uli NTintli niiviilrv j tn Pl i I flfj bblllllALf -- establishment of an Etigligj tho iiti fiftlip j IBM lima ii iuaiii 111U masses of iimiaii ayunt IlUIIU the -- real uruca niuwas received at x i Liberal P arty in England ut5ne r iwmt tli1 Froat the MIMi ADKIXR AIXKX ASD MR O ing more orlosstha n DenoS h ir J a HiAtijiAX tivviuu Lieut Burnett with twelve troop- as they would be caiei ers wn8 sent u fcw dttys S bv United States aud the rr i request of Col Bryuos to the bor The Fall Season commence Motvlajr A3- extension of suffrage to m gnst 29th 187 ler of lll Ut0 reservation to pre glish masses strenthciis hH w venttheinvasionofthercservation publican sentiment GiaiW and many of his co leaders fi bv the Coorail Stlt0 troops and Toe patrons and public are informal that cowboys Ilis dispatch dated near the next BVtMion of Central Academy will vehcmentlv denv thin linlint tlft enTT reservation commence Monday August 29th uuikr uiiiiHum is mow Â¬ tho border of tne reads as fol the charge of Mi Arielle and Mr C B Aug 20 J15 1 si 103 oid their lourol and ing the The Colorado militia and Kiiituau Ternn as heretofore death or good Queen Victoria lows Maj Leslie and some cowboys will hasten the result It i8 able that she will bo the last rob surprised Colorowscampat about English Sovereign The Isew York G A si yesterday after having as sured Colorow at Wolf cieck tho Herald says Srax axd Sate Itumcr Ton that they It is a mistake to assume that day beforego back to would bo al- Â¬ tho reserva the gieat swift reversal of public lowed to tion unmolested The attack was a opinion now so evident through Indians oat England and which makes complete surprise to the one man HfVAlTJABIlS IS THE SOUTH One child was tilled and Mr Gladstones return to power with a prestige and glory tasted and one woman slightly wounded Â¬ It sill Curs the Qbiliute Cuss Indians returned the lire killby no other civic Engliaiinm Tho ono cowboy wounding three FOB SALE BY DEUGGISTS since Pitt only a matter of months ing others and mortally wounding rucruaiD ot is due solely to newly born sym militia soldiers pathy for tho Irish cause Ireland three Major Leslie this I talked It A ROBIXMOX fc CO morning is indeed tho hingo upon which with tei- explaining tho situation to him K-xe lotdisvii-i-the movement turns but the and coining to an understanding Im7J0 mighty movement now under way Ho assured me he wouid not cross will crush much else besides the tho reservation line without prop- ijOW TO SAVE tyONEY landlord ring in Ireland it is er authority I sent a note to really a vast Democratic upheaval Sheriff Kendall giving him your We that shakes the political earth message if ho had any warrants grade are Wholesale Headquarter lor al of When at last it has spent its force to serve to sero them tnrough SK0K1S TOBACCO ad CXUftS 1 fancy that the existenco of a loyou This was in reply to a letter CBEWIHfc W dealers only at Factory cal parliamcntin Dublin will seem from him in regard to warrants in and will wl only one of tho minor results of his porsession for Colorow and prices nUo the the grand convulsion upon which others 1 am satisfied that my Dsntil Scotch 2nd Iww Scotch San men will look back Inside the presence prevented serious light- tbe ban iu the market We aleo keep party camps even up in the exal- ing and much loss of life Thanks constantly ob hnd ft chelae attention ted circles about the headquarter to tho influence of interpreter Cur of Family Groceries Confectioarte i and will soil Tory tents ono does not find a very tis Indians Lngaskell n ass Ca Fruits which we call aud see us low for the cah Ilesse distiuct conception of this fact vauaugh aud many others who BOW FUQDA A To the leaders in tho thici of the want peace if possible or thero partisan light it still seomsa mere was war to the knife 1 think tho tactical struggle for or against trouble is over Most of the In- - BLACKSM1THENG home rule but if those who study j jiaqs left at onco to see you I tho conflict from without look win ninip to night about twenty UNDERTAKERS GOODS ueep enougii they can not tail to flV0 miles from the agency and WEST JBICKJIAX csiua ui Jl UUUllllir blUilll 111 munn in tnmnrrnu ifunl nmr li w wawBvaavrvi avM A FOLIVBR for BlacVhtnitb which tho question of homo rule vents Gallon will be relatively insignificant as Col Kandlett commander of iiirv Wavon Repairs c Alro a full line of our old tea tax dispute became the post at Eon Duchesne in forlINJiFUIWKEIiM OtS onco tho tremendous idea of con- Â¬ warding ths dispatch says fRap common Koswood solid Black tinental independence had dawn Agent Byrnes has shown great Walnut Chsefs Sc jn2n ed on tho American mind discretion constantly He hsis the REVOLUTION IN TEE AIE confidence of his Indians peifect- S MURBELL vague conscious- - ly and if they are not attacked it is certain ness that revolution is in the air on thtir reservation will hold them AMORtf EY Aff - LAW that led Lord Ilnrtington aud for- securely They aro well armed OCice t Cj tir orr CowglUi Brag Stfrf ty odd other Whigs into the Tory and snperblv mounted 2srone of UICKXAX KT lobby in support of a ministerial those who lived on the reserva action which they confessedly de- tion went to Colorows assistance Will practice in nil the Courts of the plore Ono of the ablest and until the attack It is reported First Judirinl District fmnrlS most thoughtful of their body by Burnett that now he is on the If fuither pursuit is who has been a close friend of reservation mine for three years despite a made by the Colorado troops they T TYLER monthlv increasing diverreiien on will stay with him and make a terATTOSNEYS AT LAW The tribe almost all political qucanons said jible tale of bloodshed to mo frankly the other dav that is armed and prepared for the dc IIICKJfAy - - - KBNTDCKY the Irish question had really be- tensive Col Randlett says that Gen come only an iucident in the great 7IIL attend to all bnstneM elrnt8ri v to their care Cook will be at Rawlins Wyo struggle of the gentry ot England to prevent the affairs of the em niiuff about fifty miles north of Oince bnrntture ruttorj nov878 pire from drifting into thojuenpa wheie tho fight occurred to iuor I -1 It would be but in keepi the unmistakable drift of political thought if ifis had taken part in tho killing Two Goldsmith boys were placed nndof arrest and men aro now scouring the country for the rest Tho peaceablo negroes left Decatur at 6 oclock PI A N AND l fci j3 1 1 I t - 0 R JiBIS i osr I Â¬ Â¬ HUGHES TONIC m i Â¬ CHHiIiaHEPBVKR M We furnish hundreds homes yearly with fine Pianos and Organ allow customers to pay in small monthly or quarterly paymcDts and Decker Brothers Â¬ Haines Brot1i firs 4 Â¬ Ebonized Walnut and Mahogany Cases Special dwigae ESTEY S1IONINGER and HAMILTON ORGANS Choice styles of Organs for the Sitting Room Library and Hall Ter ptirtioulars addresa Rosewood madto order Â¬ D H BALDWIN 2 Chas Gilkkkt Salesman PaducahTCv janT 218 Church St Nashville Tenu 288 2nd St Memphis Tcnn Fourth Ave Louisville Kt CO Â¬ Â¬ 3 I - -- Â¬ Â¬ ft Wo aro ofTerinc all grade of Plain Medium and Fine FURNITURE at greatlr re dured prievs We carrr full line at all time of Chairs Korker nlain nnd rbli top Table Bureaus Wash slands Wardrobes Chamber Sets Mattress Springs e ntil xrejuarantee our price to le the loirett Inlellicent investigHtiou pays therefor nc i uivuur luimiigauuu ui uurguuus e are ueauquarters on Â¬ Â¬ carrying the largest line of Wooden and Metallic Burial O ues of anv firm In Weal We discount all eomjHrtitiou in this line Repairing aad TVnnesno or Kentucky Jub Work a ipcciilty unhestakebs goods SFSore Rooms nndr City Hall STErilJE3FS SAXVEM fclvai - HA R j Â¬ Â¬ h1mU11IJ1rBVH Iiw Ufiff HICKMAN - CTjJI tf f BLOOD IN GEORGIA A PHYSiCAN AF2D SURGEON NE- - Cornor of Jackson and Kentucky Streets Â¬ Â¬ TERRIRLE RIOT EETWEEN GROES AND WHITES HI0KMAN KBSTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Memphis Avalanche has STOCK out nnd the following special from Atlan jfcsU SO JUST OPENED with nwatronage nolicited out Fine stylish I reasonable ta Decatur Ga six miles from OKAS DOCCt Ai Atlanta was tho scene to day of KOIKKT DOrOLAg a terrible not between negroes DOUGLAS BROS otS0 lS8a and whites At Decatur there GROCERY was an assemblage of negroes to BAKERY attend a Sunday school conven RESTAURANT tion and picnic fully 5000 negroes IK4IS XT ALL HOlR being present Decatur is a dry Will keep General assortment of Fam town in a dry country but the ne- ily rrocerie Confectioneries ie ami groes seem to have succeeded in keen ernplTel a flrat cla1 hakor Unodp MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED be under all getting hold of plenty of whisky soldfroib and new and will netJuneSS Toward evening a gang of ne OO groes began to grow restless A tn oo few days ago a negro was lynched n garble Works near Reader not far from Deca IIICKMAiV - - KY Q tur and since then the W have been reported as tn B C BAMAGE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ op bis Professional Serriees to he eltizeas ef Hickman and rioinity KENTUCKY RIGS for hire W G KINGMAN CO ca -3 HERTWECK BALTZER EEING RESTIVE CO ca Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This lynching seems to have been freely discussed yesterday and a black tough whose name is given as Hubbard and who was quite drunk pulled a pistol and said he could whip any s of a b of a white man in the coun- Â¬ ty Tho prenchers who wero in charge of the celebration and others of the sensible and sober negroes endeavored to quiet Hubbard and failing in this sent word to Marshal Hurst asking him to ARREST UUBBAED DXAtXR 15 w oo cn oo K- m Italian and American Mabbtv TOMB AND MONUMENTS GRAVE STONES fcH CO Italian Marble 1 am pre- Â¬ pared to fill all orders Call aud examine bit work Orders from the country promptly filled HAVING In stock a fine lot of Amrr W HICKMA1T ACME WAGOIT I mayiU 25cts Lower than the Lowest I Groceries Â¬ Â¬ United States and her riches in gold fisheries timber and other thtngs rendered Canada atreasr use house ot resources wmcii could be made greatly contribu tary to the progress of the Uni ted States PRESIDENTIAL PREFEREN- Â¬ Â¬ Constable Rogers succeeded in JOHN WITTING getting Hubbards pistol from him Thoy started toward tho po- W DIESTELBRINK lice station with Hubbard but DAY OF MIRACLES THE alter going a short distance they Blue Springs Neb Aug 27 wero set upon by a crowd of nespace t o name all articles but no Great excitement has beon cre groes who released Hubbard ated here by what looks like a Hubbard and his pals thou fled NOtrouble t o show eoods Come and see at the corner of Troy miracle wrought by prayer The The officers got additional assistAnd Moioo w Avenue East Hiekmrn Ej Free Methodists have been hold ance and started after their man ing a meeting here for some time They surrounded him and the and a great deal of enthusiasm crowd ho was with No sooner SALE AND LIVERY STABLE t bus been created Fifteen people had thoy done so than tho negroes have professed conversion among begau firing Â¬ Hurst and Tom Shivers and therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap one or two others started to ar- Â¬ est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon rest Hubbard who fought hard Star Floor 25 cents cheaper than the low and pay cash for all my Groceries hare no clerk expanses no store en- - an FDliVIRMN HARROW tct Family Groceries Â¬ Â¬ A PERFECT FUSILADE Fahis Parkek Â¬ The officers returned the Ore Ono negro ran up to Marshal Ifnrst and putting a revolver against his side fired and killed him instantly Tom Shivers was mortally wounded by another ne- Â¬ gro and when tho smoke cleared away Hubbard was dead and other negroes were wounded Tho ne- Â¬ groes tied By this time thero was the greatest possible excite- Â¬ ment both in Decatur and Atlan- Â¬ ta Mauy Decatur people do bus iness in Atlanta and as the news reached here people became Â¬ HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS Having purchased the stable horses and entire outfit of W B Plnmnaer we propose to continue the business and solicit patronage- - KEEPS sale KENTUCKY STREET constantly on hand BJB jfp cTP TyTllW Var-- Vi i ii i Vn f for hit CLOD CRUSHER AND LEVELER Also we ate Agents for the CHAMPION HARVESTERS AND BINDERS rW wili make it to your interest to call and get particulars L T Beid and E J Reid en Petition ex parla To Fnlton Circuit Court all tehom il way eonetrn Be aarlSj HEIM BROS Near c New Depot f 11 ALMOST FBANTIG -- i Gov Gordon ordered out the militia but after telephonic com- Â¬ munication with officers found it rnnlil not be necessary to send them Two squads of mounted nnlira hurneti to tne scene juie citizens were found heavily armed with their families locked in tbeir houaee A council of war was at once held and tho white men di vided to huut tho uegroea who husband to make contracts sue and be sued to plead and be impleaded to acÂ¬ quire to hold to enjoy to dispose of property and In every way to use the same as though she were an unmarried woman Given under ray band aa Clerk JaUen cjreali Coart this the 1st day of T M quire free from the claim or claims of her be adjudged a feme sole with power to use enjoy sell and convey for her own benefit any property she may own or ac that on the let day of July 1887 the above styled petitioners filed In the Cir Â¬ cuit Clerks office ef this connty tteir petition praying that the said EJ Raid It known fo i if Hts splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware o offered at ONEPRICE and that the very lowest the market W AU goods guaranteed to be exactly as represented justi wbie pRKiCH fjulySl Clerk Faltoa Circvii Court HOOFING A SPECIALTY Q e- K- 4- - o - sM f4 it u 0 bv ii vr -- - - t- i v- - v J J Ao -- ts7- VJ f i yw f- 0 JiJV- M J -- - fi3A Afi -JJ - tis tfg1