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sent 100t00 barrels olwystcrs 2 if Ohtjm in almost every sliapc aro bcaS fiwdlJf leinon juice A Maine judge has declared Jamaica ginger an intoxicant TniKTr counties in ilissouri havo do- clared for prohibition 1srsau is accontcd on the first sylla 9r tl f London lT b6id oieasir sjuiHed IUrnL Sriusni CAiujsjhiirjW jBtervroli s4t8BWresuinmcr A Yankee lias patented affoflt to hold Lot corn with impunity I Jor Wo is the contradictoryrttamo of a oau Francisco Chinaman uyS J J he pay oiCircusJclDwnsjjranes from twenty to fifty dollars a week Aseisie letter tells of bathing suits that fit like the paint on a board TiirlatetTComlcr is a jinan whoUircaks cobble btonewilH hnakOd HsCs JL inn ew iorlr Sun pays its reporters eight dollars a column for matter used Sm HocrnTicunonvn alias Arthur Or- Heading bar iu a iewi yorlcsi-- ITT Tho second day PHu6itvni of tho Constitutional Centennial Cclfebra tion opebod bright and clear The btrccti wcro thronged with people Tho sound ol fife ntL drumwhrch was heard longie- forfha tired visitors had arisen anr nuunLtu luiiu preiiaramns were Dcinf made for the jrranft paradoof tho countrys defender The streets vre filled with soldiers who had como from almost every ouuo in tno union to panmpato in tho inuuary pageant It was esVmatcd that fullv 11000 niiliHimiil mm uli pRWlssiOQwnTfhreufi ths differ- Wj ent principal streets and a greater number of people were givcn an jpporiumty to T DtTAjLS or Tnn Sept r RocEEmsos - rT JVJM r1 loon GENEniOnEinT Chief of the Signul Service has gone to Europe for two months w Tun XTOftX given to Queen Victoria on her jnbilco will be devoted to tho training of nurses The President has appointed Frederick Klunpcr to be appraiser ofniorchiuidizwnt Cincinnati Tat Sueeut is said to havo cleared something like 550W by his JolmL Shi livuu tours Tns Prohibitionists have carried tho local option elections inFl6Hdaso faras the counties have voted In the island of 5umatra a flower grows which is nino feet in eircuuifcrftnce and weighs fifteen pounds A house with gogjIoV was ono tTthe at- tractious of thPAClinton Suuare market place in Uoston the other dar Tnn praiseworthy fiat has goto forth thattherc shall bo no njgrofees exacted of immigrants at Castle Ganfcn Some of the peach growers about Ne Â¬ vada CjtyfjCol get 00 pcEJicrcjfor their fruit solddh thetrcesV tbisyca The ETenncVsccVirgiQia and Georgia Compatiy will extend itsline through AriansaSvia Little Itoch into Kansas Xioiit lamps in tlio sl ipo or an owl arj the latest in that line The lamp i iu tho bdy and the light comc3 from tho eyes v Six Jsorwcginn ofllcors and fourteen I am gaU 1 have an opportunity to meet so guardsmen havo left that country for men of Chicagp to attend tho military encamp- larco a represItntaticm of the business not en- Philadelphia is welt that ne should y Â¬ witness the display than tttvaowed by Thursdays pageant whlchljas confined whollytoJlroad street Tbesimo display of Hags and bunting whiotffaarked tho 41rst day of the celebration Htf to bo seen All of tho thoroughfares through which the parade passed were roped off and a strong force of police was stationed along aUoJme of SSb io escort jof ErtdcntAjOfeyeJaad tho First City Troop ofcaYalr y fader Captain Grubb reached the Lafayette Hotel long before nine oclock yesterday morning and shortly afterward tho committee of tho Commercial Exchange drovb up jn car- Â¬ riages nnd paid their respects to the Presi fdcnt Chairman Thomai MfThbriipson and U K Jamison were already there and Jna few minutes Mr Clcrelandwas ready for his first public duty of the day the reception at tho Commercial Exchange Tho City Troop cleared A passage for the party ami II r Cleveland leaning on tho arms of Messrs Thompson and Jamison catered tfio carriage waiting for them The members of tho committee follovrcdand the wholo party wentclattcringdojrn Chestnut street h h At the custom houso tho inspectors and other employes wero drawn up in line and w ere reviewed by tho President Tlic streets wero almost impassable audjvhcn the J3xhnngc which is situated ou Second strcctj wa reached it required all tho efforts of the soldiers to clear a way into the buifding In tho meantime tho members of tho Commercial Stock Drug Grocers Maritime Petroleum Lumbermens Textile and Wool exchanges aud tho Board of Trade had assembled intno largo hall on tho third fioor and were listening to the strains of the Weccascoo Hand Chairman Brooke announced that as soon as the President had spoken a few words the members would bo given an opportunity to meet Vim President Coialj-- of the Commercial Exchange then said I havo the high honor to present to my fellow members and our guests His Excellency the President of tho United Stater The cheering broke out again and it was some moments before Mr Cleveland could be heanl abovo tho din After quiet had been restored he said niarchs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ment- Ax Ga manciainishopriso for sunnowcrsfhaving oncin nlsgardcn that measures fifty four inches in circumference Jheuk is on exhibition in Ilich field Xtin a cucumber three feet nine inches in length and weighing five and three quar- Â¬ - r ter pounds f LokdtEia is one of the few Irish landlords who get any thing f rom their estates lie draws 100X0 a year from his touants OU Cit Â¬ Â¬ wthcjrqublc Mexico which reported only about five hundred miles of railroad in lS0now has iiboutscvjn times that extent mostly owned and operated by Aracricins Dom Fedko Emperor of llrazil islivjnji quietly at Badcn Kadcn with a small family party lie will spend tho winter in Egypt ajui visit England next spring ViiES you sec a man ojik at his watch aud put it back into his pocket ask him the tirne and in ninocascsoutof ten ho can not tell you till ho has looked at it again J ago1 TnrKEis a proposition tJ putsomeroad 1 believe tho complete benefits promised to together that will Sake the time between the people liy ourorm of po eminent can only Bostonfafid New YQrk fpurlnqnrs be secured by an exercise of tho same spirit of Thci r each othors rights and nro to be no woodonbridgesj heavy curves toicratibn f had Itsyfcirth Thi spirit interpsts will pre in which it orcrossmgs vail when the business men of tho country cultivate political Uiou ht when they cease to One oj tho lhst1 beQJcsifiMrsvVit eschew participation in political actonand when cent the Uoston actreis4wa5iha tB suchtboueht and acrloji nre guided by better money that peoplo felt diposed to spend motives than purely selfish and eiclushc bene--ou ferli9C funeral should- bo sent I am or tho opinion tSa there Is no place In Â¬ Â¬ -- anccmentottho material interwts or the people and the increase of their trade and commerce The thought aa sometimes occurred to mo that in the hurry a d of ljuairie s there miht well lx infused a ruh little luoro p tnotisni than wo are wont to see and a little more rt conltion of tho fact that a wholesome political s entlinent is closely re lated not only to the ccncral cood but to tho general success of business Of course our citi zens encased in business aro quick to see tho bearing of any policy which the government may adopt as irailccts their personal success and their accumulation Hut I would like to see that broad and patriotic sentiment among them ubjch can see beyond their pqcullir per- Â¬ gonal interests and which can recognize that the advancement of tho entire country is annb ject for which they nwy hell strive even some- Â¬ times to the diminution of their constantly in creasing profits Must we always look for thcpolitical opinions of our business men precisely w here they up povo their immtiliate pecuniary advantage is found I know how tain it is to hope for tho eradication of a srlflih motive in all the affair of life but I am reminded that we celebrate to ilay the triumph of patriotism oicr selfishness WUlanyrOOft say that tho concessions of the constitution wero notwcll made or that we aro not to day in the full enjoyment of the blcssines resulting from a due Toward for all the conflicting interests represented by the diffe- Â¬ rent States which were united a hundred years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A losdox ncwTagcdt says that tho sales of the five American magazines reissued in England exceed tho sales of tho twentv fivc leading magazines or tho -UniVeTnuBgdomT Â¬ rai tottahitaL - - t r rv-- i -- - v with Secretaries Bayardand Fairchild cx Presidcnt Hayes Goycrnor Beaver Mayor wbrso squalor or more saddening specta- Â¬ Fitler AVJ DrexePahd George W Childs who received with him After the recepcles tion the presidential party drove to the re11 B Fkeeman of Toomsboro Ga has a viewing stand Walnut streets moccasin snake hat he caught when to witness the at Broad and militaixparade a v young placed in ja bottle corkotHtpcr ni i si auui resuuiiL s carnage iiaitcaou reacn fectly air tightsina fcr Uvoyflarst has lng tho ftrvlewing staai and vhealightcd had nothing to cat or drink and is yet and took his place on tho stand Ho was repeatedly cheered Just behind the PresThe corn fields in the Dismal Swamp of ident the Venerable Hannibal Hamlin Virginiaare overrun with bears nnd walked with Thomas Donaldsome of the farmers have killed ior cap- - son to their places on the stand Then l JJ WJA- Iga siuglo night Tho Nor came Governor Hill and staff Hcas also folk nutrkctsare troll supplied rtthbetHrt cheered the President on tho ireviewing Aroiuid mint 1L I suiuu sai occruuincs uayara ana d Wb T Staxsburt has been a composiGovernor nill nnd and ex Prctident tor SiTtE5Baltimore Suji 1c fifty years Hayes Shortly after eleven oclock Mrs andyetliis eyes ardasoottas evpr aridj Cleveland appeared oa the balcony of the ho nightly sets thotfinancihr coIuhin Id Hotel Lafayette accompanied by Secretary Laniont and wifec Mrs Cleveland was en si gatfth3i smallest type thusiastically cheered thopaper THE rAIUDE negro The oldest jnau in Kansas General Sheridan mounted Atll30a who is said on good aulhprity to havo on a beautifulm sorrel horse arrived at tho jn Fadqulcr County Ya been born Tislave stand a tho hcacLot the proccs- November ZifVttS and is thcrcT6fefia rqyjowing ne passea tne xr resident tipped years oldMHte aninveterato lobacoo sipusijkas wliich called forth round after his hat chewory and insists that irho wcrotleae round of applause oflho would die Thenf ollowcd tho procession inthe following order First troops of tuercgular son ef Michael The Y vas seized army second officers and soldiers of the witfitonvnlsioilsand a doctor was called North Atlantic squadron commvided by manno Suspcctingtht the boy hndeenojreiit Admiral Luce third tho State battalion came Following troops in ing thodoctor gave hiu an emetic and the order nthese tho States ratified the which soon after the child ejected a livolizard Constitution of the United Statctor were two and a half inchci kmpAThc boy Is admitted into therUnldB V now iUAgi Delaware National Guard Gowrror B ptz FBriggs and stalL First regiaunt of In Ox MftHngfthat fhS ommtti havfn inxhafeethe preparaUocSfox the ap fafatrj Colonel SamuelM Wood fcavalry Pennsylvania National GuardGovern proaohingmiliUry encampment ul Chica Beaver and staff MajorGcncral gainteridedto traoaport the foreign troops or as scemd amd third clas pengers tho John F Hartranft and staff FirstBrigadc Civil GAirds at Brussels decided not tone- - I rlgadtet General GeorgeK SnoWdcn and staff Second Itegimcnt ColdnelDcchcrt ccpt tht invitation to attend Sixth Colonel Schall Third Colnel Hon hasgrowaq ay Uidt ilafer Firsts ColOBel Bowman ttnttaiinn those wCo- havo not seen liim slhce lio left i StAtoFenclblea italnrtr w t- nm T e tins country ro accept tno uiasgow con mndUjjtGjaxlavincibIesiJCaptrti Chas uatistock First Troon P Corovairv ins uair wucu la pucr iung jiuu wus in Captu3mbbfhird5lrigatfi5 lrizadicr forehead Ma auowiwhjc General Gobid diet staff Twelfth Bcgi masses op while his mustache which is very heavy jmentOl0Bl Steal TKirtoeBlhf Colonel Hitchcock Ninthf Colonel KeskE1hth is still Btreakcd with brown Colonel Magec Tms ptherdajr PatrlckShannon Walked teryCeaithorHe Fourth Colonel LehrBat Jr Tenth CoWael Haw o the- - city editor of tho StlJ to kins Fifteenth Colonel JCrepi Eight- Â¬ LouisiSyuxcaa and isstcduponJgtving eenth Colonel Smith Fourteeaifcf uiSHuiu uuu iciiuwn uu a uiiLi nunurn- - Glenn Sixteenth ColpnelJIulllj2 Colonel or his life He said that he was going Colonel Burchtleld Eighth BaHei Fifth Â¬ y Alaway and was aot coming back agam He fred E Huntl Sheridan Troops Captain kept his word for he walked directly to t New Jersey Governor Greeafia staff eoarsalMt place jumped lata tha rive Second Bricade of lno 1M4ws srWR4 sGcooral A Mexican- paper says the condition of the YcrvjMJoriii the city of Mexico is most lamentaWc Neithcr Nanles nor Constan- - the country wLero such a condition can be m propcrrv and successfully maintained as here amonj the enlightened and enterprising business men of Pniladelphia After his speech Mr Cleveland an- Â¬ nounced himself as being ready to meet the gentlcmciTprcscnSThud- - one byHonelrlcy walked up the steps or tho rostrum und grasped his haud and then shook hands tinoplotlicirocauajtcrjcsQw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ arm-in-ar- m Â¬ - 4wft fair--chll- Â¬ i t thtiucdou isa Â¬ Â¬ hrec-ycar-o- ld J4 -- Bketktx - n sulnteiKftSS thjfk fhYCill 99aadiRf i before tho astonished President Star Spangled Banner ncck An impressive couldTCCOver from tho surprise occasioned benediction was pronounced by tho Rev act she gave him a resounding kiss Jere Witherspoou 6f Nashville This conbv the squarely on tho lips and passed laughingly cluded tho ceremonies on Alter tho stand was cleared the Presim The stand at Independence Square had a dent and Mrs Cleveland entered a car- Â¬ A Main street mother was whir seating capacity of 10000 and every scat riage and proceeded to their jiotcl Tho was occupied On tho cast side dl the President attended a dinner given by tho ping herlioy yesterday and as she ap-Â¬ stand stood the quaint old high backed Hibernian Society at three oclockj and once occupied by George Washington Mrs Clovelatid went to AVoolton tho coun- Â¬ plied the rod slio shouted Will you chair as presiding officer of the Congress w hich try seat or Georgo W Childs to attend a behave Yes blubbered the throb f cto given in her houor adopted theConstitution Xsw 1030 a m a chorus of 2000 chddren A meeting of the Governors or tho States Tilhgboy I will if y0U will At with 200 men as leading voices sang a pa- to consider tho q testionOlJ erecting a mon London Dw triotic air This brought forth rounds of ument in Independence Square in commem applause Just as tho bell on top of Inde Â¬ oration of tho adoption of the Constitution Philadelphia has a now delicacy in pendence Hall announced the hour of eleven was tieium jovcrnor Jueavcrs neadquar oclock the childrens voices scut up three ters in tho Lafayette Hotel in tho after- the slmpo of baked tomatoes stuffed Goycrnor Beaver presided and with crab meat and a bandiyichof ojic rousing cheers as their tribute of love to noon building Shortly after eleven among tho executives present were Bod slice of that historicdistinguished guests began a large ripe juicy tomato to well of Maine Green of New Jersey oclocktho pour into tho stand Tho first to mount the Buckner of Kentucky Richardson ot with a layer of crab meat cooked Cre- Â¬ steps leading tothc stand was President soutn yaronna w uson oi west Virginia ole style is also nuicli appreciated Ames of Massachusetts Hughes of ArCleveland andTin wife i thp rThcir appparauce was came signal for kansas Xarrabee of Iowaihavcrf or Jtidson down the Nebraska Scales of North Carolina and Got behind with vorir hearty applause As they central isle to tho places assigned them op Penno3or ofrOrcgon- It was decided to rent you say TinipTdns Yes tho stand tho President leaned 6n tho arm appoint an executive committee consisting What is it owing to of cx Ministcr Kasson while Mrs Clove of seven Governors seven Philadelphia Jtidson city ofilcials and thirteen members of the Timpkins land leaned on tho arm of Mr Thompson Mr landlord After all tho distinguished people hnd taken citizens committee who shall bo cmpoiv their seats nnd the cheering subsided ercd to take any action in regard to the con- said there nro 97i 158 widows niahnn Potter nrcso nnd followed by thoso templated monument and report 6ubin staruisttii coramitwa whe occupied tho reserved PC9 oa tha I jucntiv to tho Tind Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ domain nnd people man Hoshould rejoice becauio the wcrkof framMaine General Bcal battalion 400 men ing our Constitution was completed ono hun- Â¬ Iowa Governor Larrabeennd staff Gov- Â¬ dred years ro to day and aKo becaus when completed it established a free government He ernors Foot Guards constitution West Virginia Ritchio Guards Auburn should rejoice because this long and also andÂ¬ go ernment have survived so be Guards cause they hac survived with so many bles sings and have demonstrated so fully tho Washington Capital CityJ3uardsrSixth lie should battalion N G Union Veteran Corps strengthIn and value of popular rale and achieve Â¬ rejoice tho wondrous grouth Company A Second battalion Custer ments of tho ono hundred years and also in tlio SlonOu- - promise of tho Constitution through Guards Tho parade wa Jhe most successful of centurlss to come We sliall fall to be duly thsukful for all that modern limes Tliero could hardly bo im- Â¬ u onehnndrpd j ears ago unless done agined an thing more inspiring than tho nasrealizefor difficulties ot the work then in o the sight of thirty thousand uniiortned militia-Â¬ hand and tho dangers avoided in the task ot men each regiment headed by a band of fonul3 a more perfect uuion1- - between dis Â¬ jointed and inharmonious States with interests music Each company turned face and opinions radically diverse and stubornly about as it roached the Presidents stand maintained Tuq pcrploitities of the convention which nn and saluted amidst the cheers of countless thousands Among the regiments dcscrv- - dcrtook tho labor of preparing our Constitution earnest words of are mg of more than passing notice wero tho the apparent in thoso its members Theone of most illustrious of small Governors Footliuards of Jlartford wbo progress wejinto niado after miir or live weeks were unanimously ptonquueed to bo the ofcloso attendance and continued roasnlntS sentiments on most handsomclv uniformed set of men in wiih each other our different of the last pro almost every question scleral the parade the Firt Regiment of Massa- ducing as many noes as yeas is mctlunks a chusetts the Gate CiCy Guards of Atlan- Â¬ meiancholy proof ot tho Imperfection of the human understanding We indeed seem to feta with Governor Gordon at their head of political visdom the Baltimore Light Infantry and tho Bal- Â¬ our own want about in search of since wchaie been running it We timore Rifles colored the Butler Guards gone back to ancient historj lor models of liaie gov of South Cvrotiua nnd tho Virginia troops ummentand examined tho different forms ot those republics which havlntrbeen formed with These were all heartily applauded and the seods of their own dissolution now no their splendid appearance universally com- Â¬ longer exist In this situation of this assembly mented upon Tho New York State militia groping as It wero in the dark to find a political marched with columns of men on each side truth and scarce able to distinguish It when happened onicdto us how of thou baud of nearly ouo bundled pieces prc haianotheretoiorehas It thought of sir that once humbly no forming a pictty spectacle Gilinores applying to the Father of light to illuminate our ingsV And this wu e man propos understand band leading the ing aid of outshone all the other musical features of Godto his fellow s that tho their and blessingde oxtrcmitj should bcimokedin the parade and Pat Gilmoro himself was clared Hi ed sir a long lime aud tho I hni c the recipient of many compliments As longer 1 live the more com Inclnjr proofs 1 see of the truth that God goierns in the affairs of men between the different New York regiments ground with if sparrow cannot fall a disinterested observer would find it diff- And Illsanotice isit probable to thean empire can that out icult to pass an opinion as to which excelled rise MithQUt His alclT Wehaiebcen assured Brooklyns crack regiment the Twenty sir In the sacred writings that except the Lord house third marched thirty four abreast pro- Â¬ build tho bolide they labor In vain that build It I also believe that I firmly this ducing a novel effect The Albany Jack Â¬ without His concurring and we shall succeed in aid son Corps received a graceful bow of rec- this political building no better than tho build ing of IJabel We sliall be dn ided bv our little ognition from the President w conpartial Governor Foraker at tho head of the founded local Interests our projects ill be a re and weoursclies shall become Fourteenth Ohio regiment had to keen his proach nnd by wortl down to future ages and head uncovered for a long time in order to what is worse mankind may hereafter from this unfortunate instance acknowledge the vociferous cheers of his ing goi ernmcuts by humandespair of establishit w isdom and leave numerous friends The Fourteenth carried to chance war and conquest with them the battle scarred flags relics of In the face of all discouragements the fathers the late unpleasantness Governor Larra of the Hep ablle tailored on for four long weary bce of Iowa at the head of the Governors monthsin alternate hope and fear but always neit FootGuarilboMoJto thePresidunt and Mrs with rupged reole tv r faltering lu a sturdy codemrorsiinctinea upnli tlCgengm ttm Cleveland as hcrodcbynlicr stamtriJlrcctly lalue to posterity of their success and always Dcninu incm came tno colored troops irom with unflinching faith m the principles hich Washington who were heartily greeted foundation of a government by The rear of the parade was brought up by make theAt last their task was done It is tho re- Â¬ people the Grand Army of tho Republic and as lated that upon the back of the chair occupied each company passed in front of the stand by Washington as the president of tho conien its commander gave n salute which was tion a sun was painted and that as the deleÂ¬ gracefully recognizell bv the PresidcnU gates were sighing the completed Constitution I halo often and often in Tho appcaranco or the veteran some on ono ot them said course of the session and in tho crutches and all bearing on their visages themy hopes and fears as to its issue solicitude looked tho unerring marie of time seemed to of behind the President without being able at to arouso a sentiment among the spectators that whether it was rising or setting Hut now tell which the preceding youthful looking at length I know that It is a rising and not a set Â¬ militia failed to produce The veterans had ting sun seen service while their predecessors m tho Wc stand to day on tho spot where this rising and lineof march wanted to seo jU During the suo emcrgod from political nightlight darkness wo mark and in its own bright meridian time ihe Grand Army was passing the Its glorious way Clouds haie sometimes ol President remained standing with his head scured its rays nnd dreadful storms hai e inado uncovered and but God has The order issued by Department Com- Â¬ us fear its life givingheld it iir its course per Â¬ through warmth has been of the G A R thit only Post Com- Â¬ formed his latest miracle in the creation of this mander manders should salute was not strictly ad- Â¬ wondrous land and people As wc look down ihe past century to the or Â¬ hered to - Instead of walking facing head covered as ordered many of the igin of our Constitution as ic contemplate its realize rank and file passed the stand with uncov- Â¬ trials and Its triumphs as we which how comit ered heads andwhenGarficld Post No 1 pletely the principle upon and every Is based met every national peril have national of Newark came uu the front innks need how devoutly should we confess with turned face about and sent up a rousirfg Franklin God governs In the affairs of men cheer for the President w hich ho grace- Â¬ and how- - solemn should bo the reflection that to fully acknowledged The cheer was taken our hands is committed this ark of tho peoples up by tho crowd and carried to tho echo co enant and that ours is the duty to shield it impious hands rcccit e it sealed with It was 215 oclock wheu thb last of the fromtests of a century We has been found sufll It parado passed the stand the Presidential the in the past nnd mall the future cars it party descended and walked to the La cicntbe found sufficient if the American people fayette Hotel half a square distant They will walked between double columns of the are trfio to their sacred trust will come and mil- Â¬ Another Centccnnl day City Troop draw njip as an escort There lions jet unborn will Inquire concerning our was a continual round of cheering as they stewardship and the safety of their Constitution walked along to which tho President re- Â¬ God crunt that they mar Hnd it unimnaircd and I as we rejoice in tho patriotism and devotion of sponded byTcmoving his hat As near as could be judged from the those who uvea n hundred j cars ago so may stand tho following is about the number ol others who follow us rejoice in our fidelity and our men participating in tue parade r unitcu in The fcalousloie for constitutional liberty old Stafes troops S00 Delaware one full rcgi- - hour and Liberty Bell rang out tlio midday at ment Pennsylvania 8000 New Jersey was a round every stroke of the bell thereÂ¬ oc1500 Georgia 50 Connecticut 100 Massa Â¬ curred when of applause This Incident was the chusetts 1200 Maryland 1000 South dle of his speech President was in tho mid nnd lie obliged to CaroUna 150 New Hampshire 150 Vir few seconds was ginia 500 New York 50iK North Caro- - pause for a impressive oneThe sightPresi- Â¬ indeed an a3 tho IinatoO Rhode Island 200 Ohio one full dent stood there with uncovered head resiiraenf1 Maine 400 West Vlrcfnia 200 awaiting tho plaudits of a liberty loving lowa on District ot uoiumuia wjo uranu wliich jirst an Army 7000 makiniovith bands and oth- Â¬ peoplo in honor of tho bell was about 1205 nounccdthelr freedom It ers nearly 30000 President finished Prcsident and Mr3 Cleveland wero ac wheu thethe applause was still going on tho While reception at tho Academy chorus broke into a patriotic air and tho coraedabrilliant ot Music last evening It wasbne of the din was terrific When quiet was restored greatest social gatherings ever witnessod United States Supreme Justice Miller in Philadelphia It is estimated that over 10000 prominent gentlemen and ladies stepped to the front and began the deliveryÂ¬ spellcutoredtho magnificently decorated build- Â¬ of his oration Ho held his audience atten- Â¬ rapt bound and was ing and grasped Mr Clevelands hand The tion He read followed with from manu- Â¬ his largo hall was uncomfortably filled long script Ho describedaddress the work of briefly before tho Presidential party arrived objec- Â¬ and They took up a position at tho rear end forming the Constitution up of the instru- Â¬ to the drawing tho of tho stage Cardinal Gibbons Arch- Â¬ tions made also touched on tho mode of se- Â¬ He bishop Ryan the visiting diplomats Gen- Â¬ ment United States Senators He closed eral faheridan and Admiral Luce were tho lecting a recitation of a first to greet the President It was mid his address with Kent as follows quotation night before tho tedious pump handlo pro-Â¬ from Chancellor The govcrnmenn of tho United States cess of hand shaking was concluded was created by tho free voice and joint will THE LAST DAT of tho people of America for Philadelphia Sept 19 Tho closing day defenso and general tvclfarc thelrcommon Its powers of the Constitutional celebration was apply to thoso great interests wliich rclato favored with as charming weather as that to this oountry in its national capacity and of the first two days The throngs still which depend for their stability and protec- Â¬ lingered and the streets presented the same tion on tho consolidation of tho Union It crowded appearance The exercises wero is clothed with the principal attributes of held on Independence Square under the sovereignty and is justly deemed the Shadow of tho Liberty ball which pro- guardian of our best riehts the source of claimed liberty throughout the land a our highest civil and political duties and bundrcd years ago The decorations still the sure means of our national greatness remained on the Duildings and tho bright Justico Millers address consumed ono colors of tho buntiiig together with tho hour and ten minutes Tho new National bright dresses itrn by tho women and chil- Â¬ Hymn which was contributed by F dren made a beautiful picture President Marion Hart was then recited by Prof Cleveland had a public reception in tho Murdock with a chorus of 200 mens voices morning at tho City Hall Hero he shook Shortly before two oclock President hands with thousands Secretaries Bayard Kasson took tho arm or Cardinal Gibbons and Fairchild stood behind the President and led him to thefront of the stand After Tho first to grasp the Presidents hand was bowing to the people in front of the staud 3 halo old man who gavo tho Chief Magis- Â¬ the Cardinal turned slowly around to where trate a hearty squeeze One handsomely tfio President sat and In a clear voico dressed lady of about tb irtyfi vo years offered an impressive prayer impulsively threw her arms around his Atthc conclusion tho band played tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Twcnty-sccond-regimcnt Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Georgia Governor Gordon anl staff stand with uncovered heads made lrO MAECHISTS D003IED read Connecticut Governor Lounsbury and opening prayer Tho Bishop blossIngs r nr tiHn Vv i manuscript Ho invoked tho 4LH T lnTc rtrk nni1infl alia - MassachuseUs First regiment National- upon thel President and other officials of tnej Thoy Must Pay tho Dnatlt Pon- Guard First Corps llostoa Cadets Goy i Nation The prayer was iqitito lengtoj crnors Body Guard General alty Tim uioiinn iimi poncliidiHl Anion Marjland Provisional Battalion of 1000 Sheiidan with his aides followed closely by Cardinal Gibbons and a number Jr So Fifth Maryland regiment Declares tlio Illinois MinriMiin Court South Carolina Governor IUchardson Catholic clergymen marctiea uown The Opinion U Uniinlmoim No tout her 11 and staff Governor a Guard Greouvillo aislo and were bcartilycheercd fixed a tho Hay of llxecutlon How tho When they had been seated thellorM Guards John A TTisson inado tlio introductory ad Condemned Kerch cd tho Tiding or their Now Hampshire Battalio of three com- - dress the 6t tho dav He referred briefiy to thfi Jate panics nnd reviewed obiectof tho celebration Virginia Governor Lee and staff Bat progress of affairs during tho past century v a T- talionof aiOmcn Cardinal Gibbons clad in official vestments CHICAGO Knt M Tim nMil fmm New York Govornor Hill and staff sat at tho side or tno spcaircr anu was one says At 03O Juatico Macruder boiran or the most attentive listeners ai tno co i Brigadier General Fitzgerald Twenty-seconICasspns address tho fthnrHhouncement of tho decision in tho An rpgiment Provisional regiment Sec-Â¬ lusion or Mr to J ang -- appeal iruin opening of before ond Separate Company fpom Auburn nnid 1 1 jc e Just to havothoreeling that court some a delivered tho Tlio President hecraed Eighth Separate Company from Rochester ing brief speech then received tliu fis ROing to happen Before the hour lie Separate Nineteenth Company frqin applause Renins court lawyers and reporters Poughkecpsio Twentieth Separate ComI nccmit a very creat honor and pleas So hare that refcllnp und conversed with i pany from Bhlghaniton Twenty second pirtlclpato in theso Impressive ext ict in subdued tones V en Barker tho Ci Kerj Amerieancitlzensnoulilon Separate Company from Saratoga Twenty nial nav rcioicc In Ins citizenshlD this i whoiias watted ugon llewih toreWroWnarstnJpbn tficTlJencinn lf sixth Separata Coimwinj- - from Klmlra i imuu tinitu viummmiiK n iunMunini OflSwn tiptoed around in opening and dusting Twelfth and Twenty third rirlmnn5AUorjhtSumriftmWrno nations nf - jVarth his stands with tho younpest Ho will the court Toom as If he were afraid of breaking tSiiSw JiljU1 CUffls H in the glitter and the pomp North Carolina Fayettovilla Light In- - not findmonarcn anu oazzie aojcvi una hatha-- the dcnthlv stltlnus Hint norviilpil thn nntlrn uock a seituo building Dcouty Smith faltered and his voico fantry subjects for in his country tho rreoplo themVo pronounced the Hear yes Rhode Island Fint Light Infdutry selves uiu rulers lie u ill not linl it in the trembled as Ohio Governor Foraker and staff Four story or blootU foreign conquests for his gov As tho Justicosfllcd into the court room head tecnth regiment 0 N G Colonel Free- ernment has been content to caro r its own ed by Chief iustico Sheldon they appeared A 1 I -- AND PETROLEUM ru d t I autljlVt t- -- I Â¬ Â¬ oclock this happened between 5 and morning between Dunkirk and Forest in which Fireman Ed Bangle met a tcrribli death The second section of west bound freight No 71 ran into tho first section Ten or twelve cars were derailed and they took fire Ono of the cars contained a quantity of iiitro glyccrlne which exploded with great force ihrowing Baiiglo who was standing near bj-- a distance of several hundred feet nnd killing him al- Â¬ most instantly Ho leaves a family of five his homo being at Fort Wayno Ind Soon alter the lirut explosion a second ona occurred but not so severe Imginccr IV E Lyons jTircdbytno explosion which tore up ths earth and track for a distanco of several hundred feet and scattering pieces of tha cars over many acres of ground Many of IhcJ cars wero loaded with oil wliich took fire destroying the fences tics and tele Â¬ graph polos on each sido of tho wreck more dimillcd than ever The Chief Justico The track was blockaded for about fiftosn wa ed his assarlatcs to their scats even more hours - Combined with n Collision Itotnrit Itall wiiv Trains Cause disastrous Kesults on tho P Jt AV A O Jtoad Vlrcmuu Killed and Engineer ItiuIIy Hurt Lima O Sept lJ A frightful accident 0- aF Monroo Jjtfmson Handed THE COMMONWEALTH Fiunk AsuEimr shot Â¬ MurdereUThreo Persons byjMauJjeU Men and killed Tom Sin Who clair at Berry They had quarreled and and Jtiddled With Y Vt Â¬ yept is Monroo Johnsont tyy5ro who murdered Mrs John Fostered Uj of lnc yst of Au gust was Oched at four oclock this morning sccno ot lus crjIn0 Tested in Atlanta about Johnson lei JihoR to await a reqmsi- -- BuiMisoiiof5iri njlt lrvwe T daysfti ZSt -tr ihanto--rra-n-fJrdtoasea- wasjejiouslj-butiriot-ifallyrlH- i irvltjnisoiicr theraifeSSini rcAvftS Leeds sixteen ims from this train was signaled n eiit TI nftlnilH ksuvi TirTn He left city the wij rt Sinclair drew his revolver with a threat to shoot Lightning struck the residence of Mr lien Burdctte in Daviess County and knocked tho roof off on one side Mr Bur Â¬ dctte wa3 standing in the door at the tinio with his hand on tho door post His arm was paralyzed A little child was stand ing near him and was so severely shocked that its recovery is doubtfuL A challenge which will bo accepted has been issued by the Rushville KyGun Club to the Vinccnncs Club for a match for 500 to occur in Owonstwra OcIoIxjt- 2o shooting to bo at thirty single and twenty double American clay biidsA Na- Â¬ Mlts iimm - -- - no At match will bo an event in gunning circles Mia M- Goocn Louisville has a son about fifteen voars old who is half witted Shlclef t tun la curfec ri Irr infant tho other morning and went down town to shop When she returned homo several neighbors wero in her house having boon attracted there by the cries of tho child Tlicy found tho lunatic boy standing over the baby with ahatchct and threatening to brain it Ho had also choked it uearly loueain l no noy explained that the m- fant commenced crvinir soon after tho mother left and that though he had told it to stop the baby wouldnt so he was trying to make it hush up By proclamation of Acting Governor Bryan tho departments of tho State gov- Â¬ ernment were closed out of respect to tho late Governor Blackburn whose funeral took place on the 16th At Danvillo tho examining trial of G W Miller a police officer took place a fow days ago Ho was charged with unlawfully and maliciously shooting a colored man Logan Powell for an alleged resist- Â¬ ance of arrest Miller was held over to the grand jury under the charge of un- Â¬ lawful shooting His bail was placed at Â¬ Â¬ TwsfM jC Â¬ stately than waihis wont his nod to the sher Â¬ iff was more siff nnd his Open Court less audible than onjrcvious days of the term Jus-Â¬ tice Magmdcr aipeared flushed nnd nervous as ho cnteied thejourt room the cause of which was etiilcuccd afew moments later wlvm Chief Justice Sheldon turned to him and In a voice which would liar liecu inaudible save for tho deathly stillness ihitii pervaded thoroomsall Justice Magrudr have you any announcements to makes The Hushed apf arancc of the justico changed to that of pallor nd his voico was husky us ho respouded In August Spies nnd others against the cop of tho State of Illinois No 59 advisement dekct As ho commeied reading he regained his composure Hisiolce was clear and distinct until tho ordc tlxing the death penalty and date of execution was reached when his reading becanc labored his ioIcc husky and his manner owed it was with the greatest emotion that he performed the duty ho had been delegated ly his associates to perform Having the decison of tlie court mthcmostcele brated case it ha ever been called upon to de chip the justice who made the announcement at once left the tench and retired to his room Opinion by Ms ruder la this case the Judg ment of the cout below affirmed as to each and ci cry one the defendants An opinion has been prepard setting forth tho reasons of if the judgment the atllrmation The opinion is now handed tothe clerk to be Hied Judge Sheldon announcd that ho concurred in tho Â¬ -Â¬ i- - t opinion Military Whllf I agreo m the opinion and also the general lew s of tho court I do not w ish to lie understoodis holding that the record Is free from errors Dr I do not think It Is Hut noaof the crrorscomplainedot in my opinion v ere of such a serous character as required tho reiersal of the judgment Sheldon In tul case the court orders that the sentence of lie superior court of Cook County of the defenlants In the indlctrnputs Angust Spies SanucI Flelden 1 Parsons Adolph Fischer Ingcl Louis Llngg ami Michael Schw ab bo carried into elicit bi the shcnUof Cook Comtyon the 11th day of Xo iciubernext on lrfay liotwcon the hours of 10 oclock forenooniud 4 oclock In the afternoon ou that day The judgment of the court was unanimous HOW Â¬ THE COSOEMXED IlKCElVED 1 THE NEWS CinciOOcpt 1 The first oflleial lnforraa tloathatjehedthls city was a telegram from ttit cmn ocrlc arwi wuHtatAttir3 ncys office here saj Ing Anarchists cases af locution Xoi ember 11 Mr Psrccll of tho States Attorneys office ran at otco to the Jail with the dispatch Fol 1 wing ca his heels was a messenger carrying a telcgrim for August Sides that had been sent f im Ottawa by the agent or the Anarcldsts Tie turnkey who took tho dispatch to Cell is ami sheVed It through the bars lingered a mo ment lowatch the effect it would have on Spies The arch Anarchist took the message glanced firmly at tho turnkey and then withdrew to the darker end of tho cell In two minutes or so he called gently to the old man who sits as death watch outside his burred door and asked him to band the yellow telegraph sheet to Par firmed sons rcacbcdJXocbc imprisonment Â¬ Â¬ rromnim it went to all the others and last who is only under sentence of Newspaper men had been rig orouslyshut out from tho condemned men and all observations had to be taken from tho out Â¬ side of the cage about ten yards from the cell dimly could be seen door It condemned men that each of the made ostentatious efforts at coolness and brav- Â¬ ado Tney took scats at the cell doors and read newspapers and books smoked cigars and once Liagg the liomb maker whistled Their wives and friends had been w I th them for an hour during the morning but about thirty minutes before the news came they wero oil excluded and the prisoners locked up each alono by himself CUAniUNG THE JAIL SlicriS Matson had remained away from the Jail Uy his orders during the night the guards had teen doubled Including tho court bailiffs there were twenty of the sheriffs mon on duty ten turnkeys and guards that arc on regular duty atthc Jail and six policemen who patrolled the alleys on the outside Captain Schaack brought with him four de tectives this morning who were stationed in the jail courts Upon Captain Schaack the pro- Â¬ tection of the jail devolves He professes to experience no uneasiness from any attempts to break into the jillandsiyshehas taken every precaution Â¬ TO THE TJ S SCTHEMC CODIlT Â¬ Â¬ A reporter was Captain Hlacks first InformDuring tho moments occuant of the decision pied In giving the Anarchists senior counsel the dread information his face was a study His under Jaw dropped down tho right hand went up to his forehead with a lightning like Is it possibloJ Jerk and the Captain gasped Great as was his Seven men to hang ot his manifestation apparent surprise was greater Tho disappointment course remaining us for only to pursue he said is by taking the case to tho UnUrdKtates Supremo Court I shall immedi- Â¬ ately go tcfo re tho Supremo Court at Ottawa and ask Jor reasonable time to secure a certi fied transcript of tho record for presentation to the Supreme Court at Washington Such pro- Â¬ ceedings are rare but I have no doubtof the courts decision on that point And Captain Black arose and paced the floor with long stridesrefusing to speak further Â¬ sixth annual meeting of tho American Forestry Congress opens here to day and will con- Â¬ tinue its session three days Delegates arc in attendance from nearly all tho States and Territories tho Provinces of Canada and the States of Mexico Old GoliUlust on his knees to tho Widow Bullion Ah madam I adore you Widow B There thcre Do not get excited Mr Gold dust You have let your tooth fall in my lap Shall I give thema caramel r American Forestry Congress SntixcriELt 111 Sept U The - gnfl Its Cameto ajstand armed with shotguns boarded the engine while a doten others entered thc cars When they caught sight of the ritgro there was a shout and they seized him They did not wait to unlock the chain but tore the scat from tho lloor and dragged it out with the negro Two hundred yardss iii STORM SV7EPT SEAS from the dejiot a large walnut tree stood and to this the mob hurried A rope was Tho Ncuriiuudtniitl llsliln fleet Again already around the negros neck and in Miller Great llainae Sept lJ A gale from tha a moment he was snspended in mid air St Johns north east Saturdaj night caused groat Tlio mob then moved off ten paces and with damago at Portugal Cove Many boats Miotgirtis rifles Jand pistols riJdlcd tho were driven ashore from their mooring writhing body with bullets The body reand others were dnvon against tho cliffs mained hanging to the limb all day and Tho stage heads wers was viewed by hundreds of people Tho and smashed swept away and fishing gear destroyed crime for which Johnson was lynched At Placental several cratts were driven was the brutal murder of a rcspcetablo seaward and have not since bean heard white lady He made a full confession of Giavo fours aro entertained for his crime He had previously killed two from negroes in State prison their safety Tho bank loot is sufferinvr and was served two termsworst character considered the severely Bonavista presents a dreadful vcrinthis community scene All sorts of wrcckago is strewn indiscriminately about the streets Twenty boats were driven ashoro and seven sunk GUUiTY flOO at their moorings Not a vestigo of tho It is said that nearly all the festive fish stages was left standing Only two Ired Munchrath Contlctri or Manslaught- Â¬ young sports from Louis viHo who attended forcsand afters wore insured and the loss er In the Haddock Cac will be heavy At St Johns avraan named Siqux Cirr la Sept IS A few mo- the Warrcn Clcary prize fight at Mul Learning was bown overboird from a ments after J oclock this afternoon tho droughs Hill Meade County last Novem- Â¬ wharf and drowned jury which went out at G 3J last evening ber have been indicted by the grand jury in the Haddock case of tho State of Iowa and bench warrants sent to Louisville to Mexican Duels against Fred ilunchrath jr brought in be served on the luckless ones It is 19 Citv or Mkxico Sept General the following verdict claimed that Kinney Ballc a hack driver ltoch a and Antonio Gayon chief of ono of We tho jury find tho defendant Fred furnished the Meade County grand jury tho Bureaus of the War Department en Munchrath jr guilty of manslaughter with tlic names Jt Is said that heavy gaged in a duel this morning Tho trouble fines will bo imposed in every case G It McDoci ill Foreman grew out of a controversy over the Jos Fritche while in a fit of delirium The jury was polled and when each question of tho conduct of Lopez at Ouo- - member was asked whether this was his jumped out of the third story of theCitys rctaro ami his relations to Maximilian At verdict answered Yes extreme Hospital nt Louisville and received pi obj the first lire Senor Gayon fell pierced m penally for manslaughter in The is eight ably fatal injuries Iowa tho right breast by a bullet Ho soon years in the penitentiary The judge an- Â¬ Jos Su HEiis and Wiley Colbert had a rallied and inquired if the duel could not nounced that sentence would be pro- fight near Low is port the other morning proceed when his seconds and surgeons nounced on Monday September 2i The in wliich Siphers was fatally wounded replied that it could not This afternoon prisoner received verdict calmly Ho and Colbert seriously cut They had had Senor Gayon lios in a critical condition remains at liberty the his bond It is said a lawsuit iu rcganl to a cow and had been on and is reported to bo dying General took but two ballot s on the ques- Â¬ deadly enemies for two years They mot Itocha was a conspicuous figure in the war the juryguilt the remaining ballots being accidentally and without a word proceeded of against the Empire Ho is known ai tho tion degree of guilt to carve each other with knives with tho on the Tiger his courage and disposition to result as above Both arc farmers and take great risks in warfare suggesting are very respectable citizens Choleras March that title It was rumored to day Main street Nicholasville supports London Sept 18 The cholera outbreak three barbers one from Germany and two that the President had prevented a duel coming plT between General Roeha in Italy continues to increase in scriorfs from Africa A bitter rivalry has existed and General Arce Governor of thu State noss The alarm 4s made greatCRby the between the three for some timcand Dnoj Jf Guerrero growing outof the snmo mat- - fact that tiicr rprHlibJothcr miii ofTtheh7ce oniQinglb thol pi m vr fctarjAjluoUhabbccusarTaiigcdjto comeroflT ltyTrTn1avthuJ5tf3jcn snop in inemorning iiwcuiu unci tneir uigim signon Wednesday between Gonoral Naranjo tributed by experts frrthc failure to com poles bedaubed in a rrightrul manner and General Pradilla seconds in to days pletely stamp out ihccrms of former epi- Each watched tho other with vigilance duel Their quarrel grow out of somo re- demics which has eiven an indigenous but still tho deviltry went on all the same marks made when their principals met and more active chancier to the scourge and they squandered much or their earn- Â¬ The cholera returns for ings in the paint shop The other morning tins morning Senor Gayon was to have Home Sept 1 t onlay show 11 new cases and C deaths in fought a duel this evening with a journalEd Seals caught one of his tonsorial rivals ist named Trojo Catania 40 cases lOjeaths in Naples t Spencer Wake smearing the paint on his cases i deaths in Palermo tJ cases 21 beautiful new pole Wake woke up be- Â¬ Discoveries in Terra dc Fucgo deaths in Messina The cholera epi Â¬ ltecordcr Hoover who Vishixton Sept 10 Consul Baker demic at Messina 3SW the most violent fore costs for his bit of fun lined him 515 and at Buenos Ayres has mndo a long and in- character death in jiany cases ensuing Dudlet CoNlet mIio is engaged in teresting report to tho Stato Department wiUnn an hour after tie appearance of the giving in substance tho results of recent disease Tho mortality is not confined to building a turnpiko in Lincoln County was shot in tho abdomen by Wm explorations of Terra del Fuogo the lower classes Tho epidemic has seriously discharged employe Bailcya On tho Contrary to common belief founded reached the inmates ot the prisons It 13 Bailey was still at large but an officer 17th has upon reports of early navigators reported that many new cases of cholera gone in pursuit to who failed penetrate tho arc occurring in ltomeuaily Herman Hess Swissfrom theVBernstadt interior the archipelago contains valua lo Colony Laurel County was arrested at at fanning lands forests and mineral do The Returned Rag Accepted Stanford for stealing a horse which he posits It is peopled bj-- two distinct races Harttokd CoNNScpt IS Tho an- Â¬ sold for a small clock and seven dollars of savages one being ivoll formed remarkably htrong subsisting chiefiy by nual reunion of the Sixteenth Connecticut and taken back to tho scene of his crinio Fiei Fkaisee accidentally shot and in- Â¬ tho chase the other a coast people regiment yesterday was made notable by physically inferior but not deficient in in- the receipt of tho lcgimcntal guidon capt- Â¬ stantly killed a boy named Davenport at ured in by the Sicond Alabama and Jlcveport a few days ago Fruisce and telligence returned by tho bitted regiment ltesolu a joung lady wero shooting at a mark Their Bustles Were Loaded tfons were adopted full of love ami fra- and tho boy got in the way asFraisec New Yokk Sept 1 Two more big ternal greeting which with a letter of a fired The ball struck him in tho temptc bustled women arrived on a North German similar nature fromColoncl Cheney of producing instant death A fire at Salem destroyed nine buildsteamer to day and were invited into a tho Sixteenth Connecticut will bo for- Â¬ 000 ings Loss private room for examination by the fe warded to tho SccondAlabamn The public wells ol Louisville are going malo Custonvhouso lnspcctrcsses In tho dry owing to tho drought annex of one was found fifty yards of silk Parsons Willing to Die TnE Undertakers Umou of Covington is a gold watch and a gold bracelet In tho New Yokk Sept IS At the infecting of rear elevation of her companion was dis- tho American Section of tho Socialistic said to be on its lasi logs Pensions were issued to the following covered two meerschaum pipes ono party to night a letter from A It Parsons pipe fourteen yards of silk thir the condemned Chicago Anarchist was Kcntuckians on the 13th Mark the father ood teen yards of velvet and thirteen yards of read The letter was dated August 1 but of Geo P Coxon Spottsvillc Nancy satin all smuggled goods had been kept private up to last night by widow of Hugh Combs Hazard MaryE its recipient In the letter Parsons says widow of Bradford T Cantrcll Trincoton Happy Homesteaders he is willing to die ifhisdeath will amelio- Hugh Combs deceased Hazare Increase Cmcioo Sept 10 Ilomcstoadors are rate the condition of the laboring masses Jos M Dugan Augusta Ferdinand D rushing into tho wilderness near Baraga But ho Kigney Liberty Edvard S Winkle condemns the capitalistic press Mich nt a rapid rate to take up pino and Hangman Gary for their efforts to Drip Hock Saml Halm Powers Storo farming lands recently taken away from a and Leo H Popplcwell Jamestown Win N railroad company by a ruling of the Inte- out llussia Kussia Perry Smoky Valley Henry Luca3 Ray wick Jessie Gambill Blaine John II rior Department The lands comprise No Social or Color Lines in Gambling S5S000 acres of unsclectcd and unimproved Dclph Brightshadc Jas 1L Hamilton New- - Yokk Sept IS Fifty eight colmineral pino hardwood and farming Wm F Smith Grecnsburg Sulphur ored men of various ages were arraigned Well Even Wallcn Cumberland City lauds at the Jefferson Market court to day for Clement R Banks Cano Valley Elijah Brewing Company Fails gambling They wero all arrested at the Rulliford Gordonvillo Edmund Falken Cincinnati Sept 19 Tlio Geo Wcbcr Criterion and Caterers club rooms Jus- stine Louisville Wm Cottcngun Bright Brewing Company 1IS4 McMickcn avenue tico Gorman discharged them saying shade Re issues Wm Blake Conkling failed this morning The liabilities aio that they had as much right to gamble in Wm Hall Somerset Jas O Bannon put ut 3VK0 the assets at the snmo their own club rooms as tho members of Eminence John M Mouscr Aliccton amount appraising the brewery at SJ71 tho Union League or Manhattan Clubs Francis M Green Tygarts Valley Jas B 000 the coopcrago at ilOOM and tho beer had in their rooms Cruss Owcnsboro on hand at another iOaOOQ This is a rough During last month a scries ot disastrous The Irrepressible Abroad estimate fires occurred on Dades farm a few miles London Sept IS The hotels at Liver- Â¬ above Henderson In four successive Five Killed Outright pool are crowded with Americans returnDmnquE Lw Bopt lJ- A horrible acci- ing from European1 trips and awaiting weeks Mr Dade suffered the loss of his dent on the Chicago Milwaukee and St passago for New York Tho number of various crops barns and farming imple Â¬ Paul railroad two nijlcs north of this these pilgrims is unprecedented Many ments until every thing on tho place was city took placo about 539 this morning havo difficultyjin securing accommoda- destroyed making a total loss of 23000 The north and south bound passenger tions This was especially the case last The fires were plainly tho work of an incendiary and tho circumstances fixed trains collided at full speed Five persons Friday I suspicion on a tenant on tho Dade farm a were killed outright aUd many injured negro named Scott After securing all Bcrnhardts Boy Fights a Dual Welcomed lo Our Shores SeptlS In a duel to day Maurico tho evidence possible an officer went to Pakis New Yoiik Sept lJ The steamors Bernhardt son ol Sarah Bernhardt se- Â¬ arrest Scott a fow days ago and succeeded Alaska and Germanic Champagne a journalist named Alexis only by putting a bullet into him Ho was brought a total of it 4000 hi gold to this verely wounded an article reflecting up-Â¬ taken to Henderson and placed in jaiL who had written port He will recover from his wound m on tho famous actress A lady called on a frieud who was e A singular accident occurred in Owons Historical Anniversaries boro the other morning Maude tho not at home and finding the piano WA3niNGTONyScpt IS Njncty six years daughter of Martin They dusty wrote upon it Slattern Washington laid tho met the next day and the lady said ago GeneralNational Capitol Next corncr Â¬ Raymond was drowned in a tub contain Thursstondof the of water its Yes I day will bo the anniversary of the eman-Â¬ ing five inches bed in tho while roommother I called on you yesterday Tho was lying on a next saw your card on the piano Avas tho cipation proclamation by President Lin Â¬ child had not been misseil ton minutesbut piano was tho reply 2T Y Ledger coln in lSftJ was dead when discovered Natural Gas in Kansas At Louisville an old cook named Charity Johnny Greenhorns first letter Natural gas Lacy accidentally threw a number of pis Â¬ i Sept IS How much Johnny at the window Ellsworth was struck in the salt well here this morn-Â¬ tol cartridges into the stove tho other Postal Clerk on this letter please 1190 feet It is growing morning They exploded and a number Two centB Johnny Then please ing ata depth ef stronger as the drill goes down Tho gas of balls lodged in her body seriously sir stick on a four cent sttmp Ivo was struck three hundred feet below tho wounding her written inside for Billy to write hack salt The blase is now eight feet high An incendiary fire at Hartford the otter e Qoldcn Days night destroyed the Baptist Church at to me m that place Loss 4500 No insurance Boston Celebrates a Centennial Young Ted Castle Quite a lot of Wsl Fosteb an old soldier in the employ Boston Sept IS Yesterday the two girls smiled on mc on my way down hundred and fiftyseventh anniversary ol of the Pipe Confpany Newport has been the avenue just now Jack ohawming thcscttlemcnt of jBoston and tho centen- Â¬ seeking a pension for a number of years girls they were too Jack I dont nial anniversary of the close of the revolu- but was always Unable to obtain any satis- Â¬ observed here by tho faction from tWauthoritier at Washing- Â¬ wonder they smiled Teddyj your neck- Â¬ tionary war was all raising of flags da the public buildings ton He addressed a lottcr to Presidenttie is way round under your ear of the city whilejbclts were rung atmorn Grovcr Ccvoland in regard to the matterPuck ing noon and sunset and tho other day received a pcrsoual lot- tcr from the President telling him to for for your Letter Carrier Thats EifWy Victims ward the necessary papers and he would Yes thats Maid mistress isnt it CnATsivonTn Itu Sept IS The last of see that they received tho proper attention for Miss Julia Ho has written threo the wounded otjtho ill fated Niagara ex Mr Foster is so happy ho can hardly coa times to her since she wrote to him cursionists reining nero Mrs S It tain himself and Is confident hwill r - 5hc Gitwants to gir8 him the grand Borden of Toaica 111 died yesterday ctive a peso saoe1 This places tbXMU1 number- - of victims VyuKj3rsJW Stfliflfl a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to stop Thttmomcntit still four masked men -- JQigagjibrftf1sijtt Â¬ ii m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ lji Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cherry-w- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 m sixtcen-months-ol- d Â¬ is -- Ss Â¬ 1- - k - A- - jlu h i 51 JOj - li i J3- - r6 rVv v jay ji fi - v L J 3 r m v - i r POWDERED MILK The luteal Fluhl Reduced tea Solid Stat by Evaporation An attempt now being made to intro-Â¬ duce powdered milk that is to say milk reduced by evaporation to the aolid stato and sold as an article re- Â¬ sembling Bugar both in form and ap-Â¬ pearance merita eomo notice when account is taken of the important posi-Â¬ r i nf - t T went into his pulpit one Sab Â¬ SAME OLD GANG I go into another don Tind J And lUdgc N Jby a strango freak of memory ono can not help feeling that it Is tho those great denominatfnnsV Chns bath and subject and forgot his text that TuTHo Uto ot Co lteappearanre and Prince who has sought the intimacy tians which have been ost Abused have forgot his Republican Tartr Leaders feeling we must speculate some- Â¬ in great embarrassment rose before his man There are many signs of rcnowed ac- Â¬ So as to his purpose Is ho after in Â¬ Good fieo Can Not ba Kept spread tho most rapidly Xo was ever more vilely miftreatod than audience and announced tho circumstance what tivity in the Republican party There formation as to diplomacy the man Â¬ Dowa John Wesley His fniT re hooted nnd declared himself entirely unable to preach then launched forth in a few has been so to speak a vitalizing cur Â¬ agement of a lobb at and maligned and called by cver the packing of earnest words of entreaty aud warning rent lirccted toward its old Christian Character Compel tlio World testable name that infernal jlnKcnulty which resulted in the outbreaking leaders caucuses the use of inflooencc with of tho aud wo havo a great ot could invent but the hotter the persecuto Honor It and a Kellglons tlfo stirring anion legislators or the art of getting in on I to be JJesplsed Sermon by Be v T Do tion tho moro rapid tho spread oi tnat uc mightiest revival of religion ever known dead bones of religthe ground floor of enterprises that nomination until you know what a great in that State a revival D D WlUTalmagc ntre ion that resulted In churches still standing b- - First to reappear was lion William need legislative aid Or is he looking host they have become and tfW Chandler a representative Itepub for points in the art of letter writing mendous forco for God andtha truth and in the conversion of a largo numbor explaining thoy aro wielding all the world of men who entered tho Gospel ministry lican from Xcw Hampshire Mr Chan- Â¬ and the propriety of letter burning Brooklyn Sept li Artere appropriate passages of Scripture Dr over It was persecution that gave who havo brought their thousands into dler is a politician with varied convic- Â¬ If cither of these is his object tho Jt was tho Kingdom of God Gods plans aro tions and a manipulator Scotland to Presbytorianisni Talruage took his text from Genesis xii has struck tho right man Moro ur own magnificent beyond all comprehension Ho science When ho enterswithout con- Â¬ Prince nny other American distin which gavo And Pharoah said unto Joseph Sec persecution il a political than molds us turns and directs us and wo contest he I have set ttaco over all the land of Esypt1 land first to civil liberty and afterward know not will win at any cost law or guished or obscure Mr Blaiuo can cn- it The to religious freedom Yea I may go furThousands of years aro to The subject or the sermon was was persecution that him but as the flight of a shuttle Tho ao law lie will do all he can to Tet lirktcn Wales upon all these matters Dr Tahnago satdt ther back and say it Prime Minister tho votes but his chief reliance isin jtroit Free 1ress You can not keep a good man down gavo tho world the great salvation of the most terrific occurrence does not mako the God tremble aud tho most triumphant returning boards His political certain cteva Gospel Tho ribald mockery tho hungerGod lias decreed for Mm a I care not who docs the DEEDS BETTER THAN TALK tion to which he must attain lie will ing and tho thirsting tho unjust trial and achievement docs net lift Him into maxim is Toting if I may do the counting though it cost Him a ignominious death whore all the forco of rapture bring him through Impartial View jL Grand Armjr Organ That one great thought of God gooson Mr Chandlers methods were so con- Â¬ of tlio Democratic Administration thousand worlds There aro men con- hells fury was hurled against the cross stantly in trouble lest they shall not bo was the introduction of that religion through the centuries and nations riso trary to law and morals that thero Among the declaration of principles Every man comes in tho which is yet to be the earths deliver nnd fall and eras pass nnd tha world came within his own appreciated party a revolt submitted to the people by a political endfcfcbe valued at just what he is worth anco from guilt and suffering and hor itself changes but God still keeps tho un- against him and he was compelled to convention lately held in Ohio was tho among the divided mastery linking event to event enthronement How often you see men turn out all their overlasting seek the seclusion which private lile following forces to crush one man or set of men principalities of Heaven The State has andcentury to century To God they aro Wo condemn tho action of Mr Cleveland in all ono event one history one plan ono affords For awhile wo heard no mnr Come How do thy succeed No better than sometimes aid to the Churchj vetoing pension bills and especially wo dedid the govcrnmenttUat tried toxrush let mo take your hand and ICwill help development one system Great and mar- - of tho distinguished successor of Kobe- - nounce tho spirit manifested toward the Joseph a Scripture character upon which you Whatha3 been the result The velous aro Thy works Lord God Al Â¬ son but after a short rest convinced maimed and disabled soldiers of tho country In tto language in which certain of his vctoeb aro we speak to day It would bo an insult to Ch urch has gone back and has lost its estate mighty that the moral spasm had spent Furthermore Wolcarn from this story force and especially confident that its couched and we condemn as unjust and unsuppose tbatv you wero not all familiar of holiness Tind has become ineffective tho merited his veto of the Dependent Pension At other times tho State has said to tho tho propriety of laying up for the future Republican party needed and with thclifo of Joseph how his that was till and declarepledge it wns in plain violation What has During seven years of plenty Joseph pre- Â¬ I will crush you to its dofender3 and of icalous brothers threw him into the Church of tlio Nations pared for the famine and when it camo ready to accept the services of such the oft rcpoatod promises of tho Democratic pItbiMeSAayaEXtArabianmerv4 been tho resultf After tho9jormiihavo j adepts he announced himself a candi- Â¬ party of the North made during political camtftrit i iZ spent their furyhoChurchfar from ho had a crowded store house Tho lifo men wmu cnanis 9ciBgaiuog im tUiwa male paigns to secure votes Ve demand of Conspicesaad gums that loaded the air with having lost any of its force has Vncrcascd of most men in a worldly respect is di Â¬ date for the Senate and was elected it pass and of tho Tho second gentleman whoso repu- Â¬ gress that liberal enactments President that ho aroma sold their brother jw these mer and is worth infinitely more after tho as Â¬ vided into years of plenty aud famine approve pensioning the into Egypt it Tho Cluirch is far it is seldom that any man passes tation consigned him to privacy for a soldiers of tbo country that the helpless jffi sault than beforo chants who carried him down through lifo without at least seven brief space was M M S Quay long widows regardless of tho cause of death de how Joseph was sold to Fotlphar a man more indebted io theoppisiUQn ofcivil During- - theso seven of influence and office how by his in- Â¬ government than to Its approval Tho years of plenty distinguished a political leadcr of jndent parents and disabled soldiers shall re-Â¬ tegrity ho rarcd himself to high position fires of tho stake have only been the prosperous years your business bears a a peculiar kinda3 Pennsylvania- - 5lr ceive the bounty of the Nation they fought to in save and which thoy richly deserve in tho realm until under the false chargo torches which Christ hold in His hand by rich harvest You hardly know where all Comrades wo have no intention or of a vile wretch ho was hurled into tho tho light of which tho Church has marched tho money comes from it comes so fast Quay has been exceedingly servicea- Â¬ penitentiary how in prison he command- to her present position In tho sound of Every bargain you make seems to turn ble after a mariner in many political desire to treat upon a political topic ed respect and confidence how by tho in- Â¬ racks and implements of torture I hear into gold You contract few bad debts campaigns in Pennsylvania and con or to endeavor to bias opinion for or terpretation of Pharaohs dream ho was the rumbling of the wheels of tho Gospel You are astounded with largo dividends fccious that the party is about to enter against ouo party or another but wo freed jindbecamethgchidf mauin Gov chariot have You invest more and more capital You a very doubtful Xationsl campaign do wish to condemn and denounce this ernment the Jllstaarijly of the Nation iJeen tlo stairs by which the Church has wonder how men can be content with Â¬ how in time of famine Joseph had c6ntrol ascended Aqua fortis Is tho best test of a small business gathering in only a Mr Quay has been pent to Washing groveling and hypocritical method of of a storc houso which ho had filled dur- pure gold hundred dollars whero you reap your ton by the Pennsylvania Legislature fishing for tho soldier vote whether and what Mr Chandler docs not know emanating from tho councils of Re-Â¬ ing the seven years of plcntyhow when our subject impresses tis thousands Furthermore his brothers who had thrown him into that sins will como to exposure Long These aro tho seven years of plenty of tho dark ways and dcrions paths of publicans or Democrats in State or the jit and sold him jnto captivity applied Jong ago had thiwe brothers sold Joseph Now Joseph is the timo to preparo for politics Mr Qua will ticli him National allairs It is not essential to for corn ho sent them home with their into Egypt They had suppressed tho famine for to almost every man thero do Hearing of a silent resolution which remind observing veterans that the same beasts bornodoAVn under tho Mil of the crime and it was a profoundsocrct well come seven yoars of famine You will be ban resulted in once taore bringing dose of sophistiy has been prescribed comsackp howthesin at aiiist their kept bythe brothers But suddenly tho sick yon will bo unfortunate you will be Mr Chandler and Mr Quay to the to them year after year for tho last brother which had so Jong becn hidden secret isouj Ttio old iathpr hears that disappointed you will be old and if you front Ross Shepherd who has been quartorof a century and tho result is came out al last j and was returned by his son is in Egypt having been sold there have no store house upon which to fall still pleading and fighting for justice that brothers forgiveness and kindness bytho malice of his own brothers How back you may bo famine struck Wo havo making mythical fortunes in tho dimÂ¬ an illustrious triumph of Christian prin- Â¬ thclij checks must have burned and their no admiration for this denying ones self unddisUtnt Wisr returis to Washing- and recognition With us it is not whicli political ciple hearts sunk at tho naming out of this sup of all present comfort nnd luxury ton tho scene of his foincr triumphs plcasuro of hoard- His reception lias been ill he could ex- Â¬ party hi tho best but rather which of Lgaru from thisbtory ip thcfirst place pressed crimol Tho smallest iniquity has for tho mcie marine worm is compelled to honor curis a thousand tongucsand they will blab out ing up this grasping for the mere pleas pect He is hailed as a martyr to puri- Â¬ them can mako the greatest showing tian character Iotiphar was only a man an exposure Saul was scut to destroy ure of seeing how large a pile you can get tanical prejudice against the violation in favor of the veterans of the lato this always being poor and cramped beof the world yet Joseph rose in his esti- Â¬ the Canaanites their shcop and their oxen of nil the rules of commercial morality war There are two ways of looking mation until all tho affairs otpuitigrcat But when he got down thero among tho cause as soon as a dollar comes in it is The press ind his personal partisans at the question ono is in the interest His charge From pastures ho saw some fino sheep and sent out to seo if it cant find another dolhouse wero committed to of the wounded and disabled worthy this servant no honors or confidences wero oxen too fat to kill and so ho thought ho lar to carry home on its back but there is point to Washington as his creation nu Intelligent and noble minded forecast kindly drawiug a vail qver the finan- Â¬ veterans the other from a standpoint withheld When Joseph was in prison he would steal thcmT He drove them toward soon won the heart of tho keeper and home but stopped to report to the prophet which wo love to seo in men who have cial history of the period and saying of partisanship Wo want nothing families and kindred dependent upon them nothing of the bills Congress had to to do a ith polities in connection with though placed thero for being a scoundrel how well ho had executed his commission he soon convinced tho jailor that he was when in tho distance the sheep began to for tho blessings of education and home pay Shopherd proceeded on the the Grand Army of tho Republic aud God sends us to tho insects for a lesson an innocent and trustworthy man- and re Â¬ bleat and tho oxen to bellow The secret Tweed idea that if he Jet the people in publishing the following our leased from close confiucnicut he became was out and Samuel saldTto tho blushing whicli while thoy do not stmt themselves pee something for the money lie was only aim is to demonstrate tho vast a general superintendent of prison affairs and confounded Saul What means tho in tho present do not forget their duty to fcpending the disproportion between difference between deeds and words ucrcver Joseph was placed whether a bleating of the sheefilhat I hear nnd tho forestall the future Go to the ant thou During the two years that President sluggard consider her ways and bo wise taxes and results would uot attract at- Â¬ servant in tho houso of Iotiphar or a pris- Â¬ lowing of the cattle Ayo my hearers oner in the penitentiary he became the you can not keep an inquity quiet At whicli having no guide overseer or ruler tention So he proceeded to dazle Cleveland has been in oilice he has Urst man everywhere aud in an illustra- just tho wrong timo tho sheep will bleat providcth her meat in tho summer and tho people of Washington tho press approved SGI5 private pension acts tion of the truth I lay down that tho world and thfi oxen will bellow Achan can not gathorctli her food in tho harvest Ho evidently believes Grant in eight years approved only and Congress is compelled to honor Christian character stcal tho Babylonish garment rithout get- Â¬ Now thero arc two ways of laying up the country is anxious to be dazzled 48T Mr Hayes in four j ears only There aro those who nfTcct to despise a ting stoned to death nor Benedict Arnold money the ono by investing it in stock again and so ho returns ready for the 803 and Garfield and Arthur in tho Â¬ religious life They sjxjak of it as a sys- betray his country witkouthavinghis neck and depositing it in banks and loansame time 73J Besides this Presi- Â¬ tem of phlebotomy by which a man is bled stretched Look over the police arrests ing it on bond and mortgage Tho other work In addition to the reappearance- of dent Cleveland has approved three way of laying up inonoy is given it away of alt his courage and nobility Thcy say These thioves these burglarsthesc adultergeneral pension acts- - the first of he has bemoaned himself They pictcnd ers theso assassins Thoy all thought thoy He is-- the safest who makes both of tliC3o these distinguished gentlemen to have no more confidence In him since his could bury their iniquityjso deep down mvostmonts But tho man who devotes Stephen W Dorscy is discovered March 10 18S6 increasing to 12 tho none of his gain to tho cause of Christ conversion than before his conversion that it would never como to resurrection among the haunts of politicians and pension of 79JS7 widows minors and But all thatis hypocrisy r It is impossiblo But there was sometshoo that answered and thinks only of his own comfort and newspaper reporter The reporter dependent relatives of Union soldiers for any man not to admire and confide in to the print in tho sand somo falso koys luxury is not safe I dont oaro how his found him engaged is a good Samari- Â¬ the second of August 4 18FG increas Â¬ a Christian who shows that he has really found in possession some bloody knifo money is invested He acted as he rose I will hold my breath tan in sending food and clothes to a ing the pension of 10030 crippled and become a child of God and is what he pro- Â¬ that whispered of the deed and the public if it should say fesses to be You can not despise a son indignation and tho anathema of outraged and no one shall havo a snatch of fragrance man he once know and supposing that maimed Union soldiers of tho lato or a daughter of the Lord God Almighty law hurled him into tho Tombs or hoisted from mo until next week anil then I this is the kind of charity that covers war from 2 to 30 from 30 to 3b religious charac- Â¬ him on tho gallowsf At tho close of the will set all the garden afloat with tho a multitude of sins the reporter con- Â¬ and from 13750 to 15 per month Or course ter wins no approbation Red wild the battle between tho Dauphin of France aroma cluded tho country was eager to havo and tho third of January 29 1SS7 The time comes but having boon with Mr Dorseys views of the political-situatioKing of tho Saxons after Christian bap- Â¬ and tho Helvetians Burchard Monk which has already placed upon tho tism had two altars onc for tho worship was so elated wlthgrfSflctorv- that ho out fragrance for so long it has then and he is interviewed atletvjh pension rolls 8 155 survivors and nothing to give But above all lay up of God and the other for the sacrifico of lifted his helmet to look coupon the field signifi Â¬ widows of the war with Mexico and devils You may have a contempt for when a wounded soldierhurlcd a stone trcasuros in Heaven They never de- What ho had to say is of less aro at a cance than the supposition that Dorscy this number will bo increased to at such men for mere prutension of religion that struck his uncovered forehead and ho preciate in value They never They aro always available again lias political views least 25003 within the present fiscal but when you behold tho excellency fell Sin will always leave some point ex- discount You may feel safe now with your present of Jesus Christ come out in the lifo of posed aud thero is no safety in iniquity Chandler Quay Shepherd and Dor year one of His Disciples all that there is good Francis I King of France was discuss- yearly income but what will such an sey Thu- - begins the new list of tho Besides largely increasing tho pen Â¬ and noble in your soul rises up into ad- Â¬ ing how it was best to get his army into incomo bo worth after 3ou aro dead J men whom the Republican party de Â¬ sion list the present Administration miration Though that Christian be as far Italy Amaril tho court fool sprang out Others will get it Perhaps some of them lighted to honor and in whose breast can boast of more Union veterans in bcucath you in c3tato as the Egyptian from the corner and said to tho King and will quarrel about it before you aro hope revites under the belief that its employ than ever before Boston slave of whom we arc discussing by a his staff officers You had better be buried They will bo right glad that jou irrevocable law of our nature Potiphar thinking how you will get your army back aro dead They are only waiting for you Hon James G Rlaiue is about to tri Â¬ Grand Army llccord to die What then will all your accumu- umph over all hi enemies to the end- Â¬ nnd Pharaoh will at ways esteem Joseph out of Italy after onco you havo entered LOUD MOUTHED FORAKER Chrysostom when threatened with death In other words it is easier for us to get lation be worth if you could gather it all less confusion of the mugwumps who into your bosom aud walk up with it to onco forced these gentlemen into re Â¬ Silly Antics or tho Itloolj Slilrt Waving by Eudoxia tho Empress sent word to into sin than to got out of it Go tell her that I fear Governor of Ohio her saying Whitefield was riding on horseback in a Heavens gate It would not purchase tirement But whero arc Robeson and nothing but sin Such nobility of char- lonely way with somo missionary money your admission or if allowed to ontcr it Belknap and a host of others who It is strange that Governor Forakcr acter will always bo applauded There in a sack fastened to tho saddle bags A could not buy you a crown or a robe nnd of Ohio does not realise that he is was something in Aggrippa and Felix highwayman sprang out from the thicket the poorest saint in Heaven would look guided the destinies and disgraced tho making himself ridiculous in tho eyes name of the Republican party in tho Where did that pauper which demanded their respect for Paul and put his hand out toward the gold down and say Bombastcs Eurioso Louisville Courier of the world brave days of old tho rebel against government 1 doubt not when Whitefield turned upon him and come from hung his boots on the limb of a tree thoy would willingly have yielded their said Journal That belongs to tho Lord Jesus a and beneath them wrote this legend SUDDEN DEATH ofilce and dignity for tho thousandth part Christ touch it if youydafe and tho BLAINE AND WALES Who dires this pair of boots displnco of that truo heroism which beamed in the villain fell back empty handed into tho ram mis Christian Ytlio AWro Always Must meet ISomhastes face to face eye and beat in the heart of tho uncon- Â¬ thicket Oh tho power of conIteutlj- - to Oho Up Lire Matters on Which the lMuinciI Knight Equally heroic was tho action of querable Apostle science If offended it becomes Can Knllghten tho Giy 1rince Quaint old Thomas Fuller recorded this avenging minister The infidel and worldling arc compelled Gods Do not prayer against Midden death Lord bo Tho intimato relations between our Forakcr after the publication of tho to honor In their hearts though they may think that you can hide any great and pleaded to ehake my clay cottage before Blaine and Englands Wales arc well famous battle flag order No Ohio not jculogizc with their lips a Christian protracted sin in your hearts In an un thou tlirowest itdown May it totter awhile calculated to raise a flutter in the Re Â¬ battle flags shall bo removed whilo I firm in persecution cheerful in poverty guardod moment it will slipoff of the lip before It fchall tumble Let me be Mini am Governor exclaimed Bombastcs trustful in losses triumphant in death I or some slight occasion may for a moment moned before I am surprised Deliver me publican bosom It will not bo a Forakcr whilo the firo of battlo but a find Christian men in all professions and set njar this door of hell that you wanted from budden death Not from sudden death wholly pleasurable emotion occupations and I find them respected to keep closed But suppose that in this in respect to itself for I care not how short mingled flutter so to speak of prido glowed in his eyes with anachronistic nnd honored and successful John Fred- Â¬ lifo you hido it and you get along with my passage lie bo it bo safe Never any ami anxiety There will bn pride that fervor Strangely enough tho lapse of time erick Obcrlin alleyiatinignofanccand that transgression burning in your heart weary traveler complained that he camo too the plumed one is recognized by tho distress John Howard passing from asa ship on fire within for days may hin- soon to his journeys end But let it not bo great ones of the earth as ono of their has not quieted the belligerent spirit dungeon to lazaretto with healing for tho der tho flamo from bursting out by keep- too sudden in respect to me Mako mo al Â¬ own kidney but there will be anxiety of Ohios Governor Not content with body and soul Elizabeth Frye coming to ing down the hatchwaysyet at last in the ways ready to rcccivo death Thus no guest comes unawares to him who keeps a con- Â¬ also lest his intimacy with this partic- Â¬ pacing as a hero in his native State he the profligate of Newgate prison to shako judgment that iuiquity will blaze out be- stant table ular great one may prejudice him in felt it his duty to wave tho blood shirt down thctr obduracyns the angel camo to fore hc throne of God and the universe The venerable Prof Rilliman used to tell the fishing excursion upon which he in West Virginia disgrace his high of-Â¬ Furthermore learn fronvlhis subject the his student the prison at 2hiUppl driving open the Sudden death is never to ba connection between all dreaded If It buGods will let the nngel of has gone for the Irish vote And un- Â¬ fice ruin what little reputation ho had doors ad snapphaff locks jmdichainsas inseparable well as the lives of thousands of tho fol- events however remote LortT Hastings death come in a flash only let him find me fortunately there is more ground for as a clever politician and prove to all lowers of Jesus who have devoted them- was beheaded one year after he had at the post of duty He can not come too tho pride than tho anxiety Aside men that his statesmanship is as outof selves to tho temporal and spiritual wel- caused the death of the Queens children quickly is a Prince thero date as his manners aro boorish Early last Thanksgiving Day Trot Silli from the fact that he fare of tho race aro monuments of Chris- Â¬ in the very month tho very day the very And curiously enough Forakcr is is nothing great about II R H He tian religion that shall not crumble while hour aud the very moment There is won- Â¬ man who had nearly recovered from a proud of his latest exploit After tlio no distinction on the fchort illncs was repeating hymns approÂ¬ has achieved derful precision in the Divine judgments tha world lasts score of personal ability He is neither Wheeling episode ha remarked boast- jA man ih tho cars said UI would liko to Those things thatseem fragmentary and priate to tho day when there was a eud 9coioaChrisCanif I oulyknew what isolated aro only different parts of that den chango in his countenance and toingoa wise nor learned except in court eti- Â¬ j ingly Ill bet I talked more Repub religion isf But if this lying and cheating ono great tnougni now tar apart moment he wasjjonc as he preferred quette nnd his moral reputation is licanism to those fellows down there Bev Dr Belknap author of the History of If and bad behavior among men who profess seemed the two events Joseph sold seriously off color Except by vir Â¬ than they have ever heard before to the Arabian merchants and tho ruler New Hampshire and other works died of tue of his to bo good is religion I want none of it what he said in West Virginia is Re Â¬ station he confers no honor apoplexy Jnnc 1708 Butmy friends if I am an artist in Homo ship of Egypt Yet you see in what a myste- following on tho 29th offound among Tho or distinction upon any American publicanism that party is in the way lines were his comes to me and asks what the rious way God connected the two in ono papers and a man citizen by receiving him upon of death by blood poisoning from de- Â¬ art of painting is I must not show him tho plan So all events aro linked together When fatth nnd patience hope and lovo terms even of equality and he certain- Â¬ funct issues The pcoplo have some- Â¬ daub of some mere pretender I will take You who arc aged can look back and group Have made me meet for Ieaen aboc now blessed the prlvilcgo to rise ly can confer none on a citizen who thing moro important on hand than to him to tho Raphaels and the Michael An together a thousand things in your lifo SnatcIicJ jn a moment to the skies feSJtgclos It is most unfair and dishonest to that onco ttccmed isolated One undivided has been oxalted as Mr Blaiuo has and fight the war over again which ended Unconscious to resign our breath take tho ignominious failures in Christian chain of events reached from tho Garden who holds tho position lie does even nearly a quarter of a contury ago Nor taste the bitterness of death profession instead of tho glorious suc- Â¬ of Eden to the cross of Calvary and thus now in tho estimation of a large num- Â¬ X Y World Such be my lot Iord if it please cesses tTlie Bible and tho Church are up to Heaven There is a relation between To die in silenco and at ease ber of his fellow citizens Pride there- Â¬ PRESS COMMENTS great picture galleries flUod with master- tho smallest insect that hunrs in tho sumWhen Thou Dnd that Im prepared fore in his recognition by the Prince O seize me quick to my reward mer air and the archangcljn his throne pieces i i g Dear G A R Tho W A R is has an extremely flimsy foundation IJnt if Thy wisdom bccs it best God can traco a direct ancestral lino furthermore wo learn from this story To turn my ear f rqm this request and will chiefly bo felt by those of over Milwaukee Journal from the blue jay that last spring built Woscphthnt the result of persecution is If sicklies bo the appointed way Tuttlc of Iowa will have to Mr Blaines admirers who are given gllcvntion Had it not been for his Ijcfng his nest in a tree behind the house to somo To waste this frame of human clay look to his laurels or Forakcr will get ono of that fleck of birds which when sold into Egj ptian bondago by his malicto toadyism or anglomania If worn with grief and racked with pain Noah hoisted the Arks window with a ious brothers and his false imprisonment This earth must turn to earth again For anxiety on the other hand thero up a rciiutatidn as the prize fool of the Then let Thine angels round me stand Joseph would novcr have become Prime whirl and dash of bright wings went Jut really arc excellent grounds What Â¬ season Boston Times Support mc by Thy powerful hand Minister Everybody accepts tho promise to sing over Mount Ararat The tulips Colorow is becoming tho Tuttle Let not my faith or patienco move ever the Prince may be personally ho Blessed aro they that are persecuted for that blooded this summer in the flowerNor aught abate my hope or love of this frontier but in the absence of represents a system which Ireland righteousness sake for theirs is tho King bed were nursed of last winters snow But brijhtermay ray graces shine and Irishmen have found harsh and in- Â¬ cotton bales he handles other material ciom of HcvenJ1buC tricy do not realize flakes The furthest staron ono side the Till theyre absorbed in licht Divine SI Louis Jost Bispalch V 1 Otrvr tolerably oppressive and against which the fact that this principlo applies to universe could not look to the furthest The talk of rivalry between Gov- Â¬ star on tho other side and say worldly 33 well as spiritual sucess It is You they are to day in moral as they may Dont lJorrow Trouble true in all departments Hnd it not been are no relation tomo for from that be at almost any timo in actual revolt ernor Hill and President Cleveland is How natural yet how foolish it is to bor-Â¬ CforjEschiiics who brought impeachment bri ght orb a vcico of lightwould ring across row trouble That it Is natural Is evident Even if the Irish were in a condition of Republican bosh No good Democrat against Demosthenes tho immortal oration tho chcavens responding Yes yc3 wo Buffalo Times Its universality Most people are dis- Â¬ mind to reason calmly and dispassion- Â¬ should be fooled by it Do Corona would juover have bcon are sisters Sir Sidney Smith in prison from counting tho future in that way No matter ately on the subject they might well to Iowa may sho pass Heros tj- delivered Jdem f Xst high ivat playing lawn tennis in the yard and how pleasant the present or how promising position political through misthe ball flew over the Avail Another ball the prospect men everywhere arc allowing wonder that a professed friend of theirs under tho control of true and faithful representation and tho assault of tho pub- Â¬ containing letters was thrown back and their anxieties and fears to rob lifo of its and a seeker for their support should Democrats and come up to the support lic Public abuse is all that some of our so communication was opened with the rest and joy They feel rure that something run after ono who embodies quite as of the President and the party in Con- Â¬ public men have had iorcly upon for their outside worldand Sidney Smithescaped terrible is lurking In the dim unknown to much as any one person can tho op- Â¬ gress in their fight against the power elevation It has brought to them what in time to defeat Bonapartes Egyptian ex leap out upon them and strike them down pression they find so grievous And of fraud forco and frenzy Louisville talent anil executive force could never pedition Imagination fills to morrow with shadows not being just at present in such a t have achieved Many of those who are Whata small taccment connected with from which thoy shrink with a nameless Colwcll Post G A R of Car-Â¬ making great effort for place nnd power Tvhat vast result Sir Robert Peel from dread How foolish this is Again and condition of mind the Irish are very likely to do moro than wonder when lisle Pa and O J Crano Post of rillBCver succeed just because they are a pattern ho drew on the back of a powter again people have found that the troublo not of enough importance to be abused It dinner plate gotsuggestions of that which thfy anticipated never came They have they seo Mr Blame hob nobbing with Cleveland havo joined the long line of rsiitcnatuxc W man to gather about those led to tho important invention by which discovered that the lions they saw Jjcfore British royalty protcstants against disloyal follies ut- Â¬ who are persecuted and defend them and calico is printed Nothing in Gods uni them in the way were chained so that thero This however is a matter which tered in the name of tho Grand Army was no reason for their fear And even if they aro apt tj forget tho faults or those vcrhO swings at looaeends Accidentsaro concerns chiefly tho Republican sup- Â¬ The lattcrs pronuneiamento seems to who aro the subjects of attack whilo only Gods way or turning a leaf in the tficrc be trials in the future it should be re-Â¬ will not prepare us porters of Blaine and his Presidential go to the heart of the matter when t attempting to drive back tho slander- Â¬ book of His eternal decrees From our membered that anxiety aspirations To the outsider there is says This post looks with disappro- Â¬ ers Helen Stirk a Scotch martyr cradle to our gravo thero is a path all to tneet them The moro troubled we are with her husband to death for marked out Each event in our life is con- the less are we fitted to bear lifes ilte A occasion for neither pYfdo nor anxiety bation and condemation upon drery good deal better is it to go forward trusting in his association with the and any demonstration of disrespect Christs sake said toher husband Re-- nected with every other event in our life com to the throneof Great Britain nd toward tho legally constituted Execujoicoirtoiiavo uvea together manvjojP1 Our loss may be the most direct road to In tho gHeavenly Father and quietlyTrust k In all our waj s to His keeping rJjJays but tljisrtay wherein wq must our gain Our defeats and victories arc mitt is infinitely wiser than fretting God India There is room perhaps ffor tive of National Government the ing die together oughtlo bejuost joyful to us twin brothers JTho whole direction of has broiighfrithtbus far on lifjjrt path let us some curiosity Knowingjhut a man Time being subversive of the founda Â¬ both ThereroreI wilfnot bid vou cood your lift was chanced bv something which be sure He wdl lcal fi to the end Our of Blaines attainments can gainiqtU tion principles of the Grand Army of light for soon we shall moot m the at tho time senmci i vnn a trifle while Young Ftoile Forakcr never rose l ing from ttie Prince either of political the Republic lieaventy king torn By tho flash of the some occurrenrolWii ml tremond- or practical mforniition or evnof such a pitch of patrioli oii in this best Christian character U dem- - cis affected vou bntnte furnacc TnEfwho boast most fail mosti for insight into tho habit uf good soyigty CfttouQ llralk iClfft Ho vi Prijkeunedy oI Basking 6C9UB tttj pilsutt j THETRIME MINISTER tS r K int -- -- ga 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Vi I Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Scaffolds-of--martyrdo- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 tion held by milk amongst the necessa- Â¬ ries of daily consumption Tho jro ccsa adopted for the conversion maybe briefly sketched Fresh cows milk having beon treated for the removal of a portion of its cream is placed in a vacuum pan surrounded In a wator jacket or outer vessel charged with hot water Tho milk is gradually reduced to a viscid substance of tho consistency of ordinary condensed milk Granu- Â¬ lated white sugar is now added to ren- Â¬ der the mass sufficiently friable and the temperature is lowered some twenty or thirty degrees to prevcut any dis- Â¬ coloration or loss of flavor in the pow- Â¬ dered milk Nothing further re Â¬ mains but tho removal of tho con- Â¬ tents from the vacuum pan which can cither be distributed in tho form of lumps or as a granulated powder after grinding in a revolving burrstone mill The apparatus employed con- Â¬ sists essentially of a copper vacuum pan connected with an air pump capa- Â¬ ble of producing the requisite vacuum a water jacket surrounds the vacuum chamber A pipe furnished with a stop cock to regulato the supply de- Â¬ livers tho fresh milk direct into tho vacuum pan whilst an air tight door is provided for tho removal of tho Bolidiiicd material A circular shaft running through the pan is furnished with stirring arms and scrapers for actuating and mixing tho viscid milk and is driven by suitable belting or gearing I he water tight jacket ia furnished with three pipes giving ad Â¬ mission to cold water hot water and steam respectively so that the requisito heat can be maintained and regulated with the greatest nicety An ovctflow pipe is alo provided It is claimed that powdered milk possesses excellent keeping qualities and that samples exposed to moist air at a temperature of one hundred and twen Â¬ ty degrees Fahrenheit have after man months been found unaffected either as regards flavor or appearance The process is by no means confined to cane sugar for admixture with the milk malt or grapo sugar will produce results equally satisfactory Powdered milk is well adapted for addition to tea coffee chocolate and other kindred beverages whilst that in the form of lumps will bo found convenient for many purposes Tho manufacture of instantaneous beverages should rcccivo an impetus from the invention now under discus Â¬ sion for milk in powder form can now he added to extract of coffee powdered chocolate or cocoa The uses of milk for cooking pur-Â¬ poses are too well known nnd appreci- Â¬ ated to need any special enumeration the reader will readily perceive how valuable the invention must prove it- Â¬ self in all culinary arts whilst travel eta both by land and ea can not fail to avail themselves of the new article Chambers Journal -- TkOririaal a - mill OP ttrnmon been ill tbo word health is meaning- Â¬ less But to the one who has suffered and LIVER appears as a priceless tELtraHfc aespairuu boon lo the thousands of unfortunate V -- huij- iitnug uum sumo ei the many forms of weaknesses or irregu- JDE1TAXE Or UUTATIOX8 AXWAT9 iv iceir sex jjr rierccs lanucs iKiu PrCSCrmttnn linlil - ASK TOR DR PIERCES JPEZZET3 OR AW promise of a speedy restoration of this UTILE SVOAR COATED TILLS priceless booa Boinr entlrelr Tegetaltle they opÂ¬ erate without disturbance to tbe system dietÂ¬ NatciiaMT little yelle- rPut Chlneso or occupation Alwaysup la jrlaas vials hermetiorrufrw Htrali cally sealed fresh and reliable As baby a laxative alterative or purgative Teilcta give tho most perfect theas little Honest Excursions satisfaction rhn TMrlincrmn t wMscUonOcfoberllt HarTOSt Ecursioi SICK HEiDIDHE faro for the round trip to licketsatono prinapalpointainyebraska Kansas Minne sota and Dakota Limit thirty days Tick- Billons Hoadacrte Â¬ Constipaets and further information may bo ob-Â¬ DIzzluess tion liidlirostlonnil tained of any B II1I IniiB Attacks and Q Ticket Agont or nr nHHi cinCr r r derangements of tho stom i5 ir senger and Ticket Agent Chicago Illinois acn and Dowew are prompt- Â¬ ly relieved and permanently of Dr Natures most becoming dress tho close miml hr th iisn FnrfratiYe Ilercc Pleasantremedial powerPellet of the day of theso la explanatioa of the Pellets over ro great a variety of diseases it may truthfully be said that their actlion upon It 7 TAS31U Co Chicago o the system is universal not a gland or tlssuo My retail Bales of your TansilFs Punch escaping influence Sold by cigar fw last year 1S2 wero 182000 drusxlts their sanative Manuf actured at tha 23 cents a viol 5ent Thisycarloxpectto sell at least 250000 of Chemical Laboratory of WortUJS Dispe3AHY una jusuv i ypmar oranu IIedicai Association Buffalo IV Ciu S Pbowitt Druggist Denver Col Youve got the drop on me as the pa per said to the tub blot Ctwrkitoun Ettter TVv It Means 4Ytt U iT SSKto PILLS Vor-ni-lt- 1- Y o- Â¬ J5w Pl - i m prise Run Fashionables patronize that staud ard beautifler Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whisker Dye 50c The best ArTEn a cyclone every body feels blew and discouraged Trn- - best coeh medicine Pisos Curo for Consumplon Sold everywhere Sic In greatixtremltles a Western mans DR R ADWAV5 SarsaparilliaN THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER C at lam CFA1nH tfA Glandular fewelHnj HacSetnu Dry Coaish Cancerous AXTucUoa of tho- LuncIijsrtepsla Wa- Hleo 11 11 mnn Hl t 1TI tA Of lilI1UIUUI UIT7 CAl1lit U4BIH UlVri JIJ IMscase uoutDrop j ltfckots Salt Kheura llron RESOLVENT tribe CliiK 01 fYl all Ibrcalo Dlx srci 1ila is olIcnd by tho manufactur- Â¬ ers of Dr Sagos Catarrrt for a case of ItemedNasal Catarrh which Chronic they cannot euro SVrtlPTOMS OP CATAItnif Dull heavy headache obstruction of the nasal passages discharges falling from tho head into tho throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody and putrid tho eyes are -veafc watery and inflamed thero is rlngln f iu the cars deafness hacking or coughing to clear tho throat expectoration of offensive ulcers matter together with scabs from twang the the voice is changed and has a nasal breath is offensive smell and taste aro Im Â¬ a sensation ot dizziness with paired thero is incnUl depression a hacking cough and gen- Â¬ eral debility Only a few of the above named symptoms aro likely to bo present ia any ono case Thoubands of cases annually without manifesting halt of tho aboe symptoms re- Â¬ sult in consumption and end in the grato No disease is so common more deceptio and dangerous or less understood by physicians By its mild soothing and healing propertit Dr Sages Catarrh Kemcdy cures the worst cold In tho licnd cases of Catarrh Coryza and Catarrhal Headache Sold by druggiata everywhere SO cents 500B Â¬ chitlj Cornuroptiuii Ulabutej LlTor Complaint ic tho famous mesrecris Some ten years ugo Klluey Ulaildor T Biinvrf aironv from chronic uasl physician gavo mo up ss catarrh My family incurable and said I muet die My caso was I such a bail one that every day towards sun Â¬ set my loieo would become so hoarse I could Pure Mood makes ouml flch troiiK bone unit a barely speak above a whisper In the morning cliarskin It jou would linvc your eli nrmyunr my coughing aud clearing of my throat would bones icmndwUliout carles and your complexion almost stranglo tne By tho use of Dr Sages fair d Catarrh ltcmedy in three months I was a ell man and tho curo has been permanent Railways Sarsapanilian Resolvent of Ithaca Untold Agony from CataJll writes X untold IlATTSsnn Trot W r HeaSth Beauty Constantly Hawkins and Splltlji Aftprafowdaritioorth8AItSA 3 rinc Strtit Thomas J Kcsmsc Ksq mCMll lAIUIIlAX becomo clear nnd I was a great suffer r beautiful IlmpUJ Hlotcbe- - mark tpot and Skin St Louis 2fo writes years At times I could Eruptions removed boras and Llccr soon cured from catarrh for three Persons turrertnjr from tcrofula Kruptiro Diseases hardly breathe nnd was constantly hawking - Throat and Glands and spitting and for tho last eight mcntli of the tyes Mouth Kar Letthat hire accumulated and spread cither from un could not breathe through tlio nostrhs I curod lesse or mercury may rely upon a core it thought nothing could be done for tne Iuck tliQ t anapartlla conttnned a sufficient Uiuo to ily Iwas advised to try Dr Sages Catarrh make Its Irapreslon upon the Fystpm The ondcrful cure eCectcdliy tUe5arsiparilllan Kemedy and I am now a well man I leliPVo llisolf nt of Kidney Itladdcr Ovarian and Urinary it to be tlio only 6uro remedy for catarrh now Its marrelouS pom r in dlolTintono manufactured and ono has only to gijo it a and calculous concretion t urine tJravel Gleet nnd fair trial to experience astounding results and powers I land Hscharc4 from the Genital its orcr tbe Kidney in cUbltshlne a healthy ccrctlon of urin curing rhibcte Inflammation or Irritation of the Bladder Albuminous or Kricic Dan Deposits or White Pand Ac ptaMlsbln Its liaruMerasA OltKAT CONbTlTtmoVAIj KEMKDV toMtiy all druggist SI it bottle TIIE FV3IOS CLTOI 3XAni -- a permanent cure Tlirco Bottle Curo Catarrh Eli llonm-v- - JJtmyan P O CalumMa C- o- DTVunnTir Dnnif PA8IS H7 Overcoats ui Full Suits This Compnnr Is now doln th largest cuitom nadt clothing business In the fnitfd Stales 2 VI e hiT now upon orer ftir book vrhoxn 110WO cus Â¬ w bare tomers tuppded iiirect sarin 1 and kw she wasnfive year old very badly ami Tirf r- n lUcivl saw that it cured a bottle for her nnd foon -helped her a third bottle effected a old and ncat cure Sho U now eighteen ycara sound and hearty i THREE owIl n lt I IfhGTRCUBtESV C0N0VEREO riVm A FACTS them the enormous profit and expeiilro rents of the Jobbrrnnd letailer 21 eneTerPKRalTanT one to be sorry ho dealt Kith us for wo always hare and always will ro und money for any ea use f Irn fh hit va hA i1r Art NOWFsnrt licpfn n ew f clothing rcrthe rest uf your life and If youbare al Â¬ ways ornrro0 mwf r iMin sovrta know the LCXCrtT of currox UE clothing Io one of two thlres I Send cents Tor pic5ao of ramrles and felf rnearorcmeat blank Mkitiov thh we will send a coop iimv Tare MEAsrrr rami and l On Ifyou can not wait for iample rciic on about tell what color you like Rtre us your waist Itir and insibe LKanicarcre tostthcrniih and 2 rents fur potape erpirjiaM uraaa vrxtto pleaseeipn v and partinp and e will or refund j our moner Totborevlio ia not already icxrtw our reputation the American Iipress Co capital WOJOO win cheerfully write in answer to any luqulriea sent to their Hoton oQee ILTCIOUTU KOCIC PANTS CO half-and-ha- lf Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ lires which arc recorded In the last quarterly report of tho New lork fire department 385 or more than one half are put down as tho re- Â¬ sult of carelessness Smokers wero re Â¬ sponsible for fifty nine and fireworks for nwietccn 70G Of the VI M V CHILDREN Ausb ONDOH SYPHILITIC EDCINE HAIRl srlV loORESTORER I V V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho worhl wido remedy Dr Piorcos Golden Medical Discovery will correct a disordered liver and purify tho blood tono your system and build up your Ucsh and A Irominoiit Merchant In Trouble Old moncjtmci mopo In ill oDico all da jAn t nnppiMi nnd ctw a n bear The clcrlsi know enoucli to kpop out of hU war Lest the mcrrhnnt should rruniblc nnd snear Kvcn Tatibr the cat I in fear of a cuff OraXIck if ho ventures toonear They all Lnow tlio master i apt to lo rough And bU freaks unexpected and queer What makes tho old fellow so stirlr and crim And bchavo o confoundedly mean Theres 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Frsjrer Lnbrlc tor Co Chleigo K V Jc - Louis Soil tvrrifieKer -- For IJrra IHle Inrtlsrestion etc Freo from llcrcurys Airent cofitaa nly ltirw Wgetahlo Intrredlenta AKtT iUKlt WAS A lKUlt M Is 1 THE MARKETS ClSCTXVATI Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ FLOUR Family OKA1N Wheat No -- red No 3 red Corn No 2 mixed Oats No a mixed live No i HAY Timothy No 1 TOI1ACCO Jlcdium Good Lea rUOVISIONS-Iork-M- 1IOUS Common Good Packers SHUEI- - Good to choice LAM1JS Good to choice LIVESTOCK Cattle Common Choice Hutchers 3 1 Sept 20 at A 2 00 3 T5 4 fif 00 00 SO 3 Hu i 13 3 VI 05 73 S ft W 5 10 I 25 5 23 3 ffi T3 THE BEST VERTICAl MIIjXi IRON AND STKEIi FRAME FRENCH BUHRS lar Mention this paper Straub Machinery Ca Cincinnati O DuraUe Jieat Cwurt Write for Descriptive cScu -- GEMSOUTH t t- Pisos Bemedy for Catarrh Is the Bast Easiest to Use and Cheapest H gm Lcafin 13 irid PO ft 70 5 is i Jo ftU 00 Gh4 75 75 feJJfaG 75 - no Btt lo c dEaBt DETECTIVES j Sm Srrlce a TWT Soldbydrnn istsorsentbymaiL 0c iiTHaieltineWarraaPa 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HaiHaaPaaSaSalaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaB aallaarW 3 com Mixed 1C-- W4a 43ft 3Hft 25 Ch ci 3 36 tfilG 50 WWatiTaaaWatiTaaaW aaaaaK itaaaaaalaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaPaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV d- CATTLE First quality INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN Wheat No 2 red Com Mixed Oats Mixed LOU1SVJILE FLOUR A No 1 GRAIN Wheat No2 redOat Mixed PORK Mess LARD Com Mixed Â¬ 3 50 7 00 fh H 4 3d 7 12 wKKUEssZamm P heir-appt-re- nt Â¬ Â¬ q vt 3 75 Tn a fa This represents a healthy life Tcrotujacnt Us Tarloos scenes SdllllllHHlIP ft Hfw PHBaBH1111111 m tasty atrip sock J use ue Ssuths fnio aoitmm J 4ijf 724 70 3 Tj u Slctimuitiir vJ fix 8 00 Ce f17 C 2iij Ooji SO 4 0 we BEANS PbetetFrapk Tb pronptlT lrmijan4BILE or oovtrrlfr tlM ftloott kr KM asLflei ericiBal tkisjSetsra the Xlwer Skim mi atao ot c a vegetableTfcey tMatIe tkatt seat oa receipt of Xc Ja e7 BTr sLi101consist care CMtia iellel eieiee mm4 aire mmfegmS Hi Bd XT tlSsJVrIa of reven eyate mast feTer cmU U1 reriM new SCtt JaLtMMp JHBw - mMjLl A aadKrtcltta disease SrtTdctaill tta we r teMl eeftta aad et EeJCcaCnor aadrcathe TRUTH what NK BKiXPziee a y aiaeI to racs petp14 WM -- r I il - I a-- w ht tll i v e i S - I SB w SK -- SVs jrki V T SKj JgKJi V vjO n yU Kl13 4s L - uffl if J 51 JST v V 7 k w - ir y i -- It i - i6 IF ill c 1Mi- S V St e v j fll class GOODS all m and I keeps the price8 down has arrived in Hickman with Steamboat loadof strictly first have maVv1 Elegant Reliable West Stock the Best Stock and by a Big CHEAPEST STOCK in Hickman am determined to keep up my reputation for fiur dealing and for selling First Class Goods at Loweb prices than any Majority thesection house of country this A aa v D Ef ril 1st VI Aa wwm WW wWlll tVPUVAKAG 7 rf i CLEAR THE TRACK FOR A amwat L- - k Jl J J m HA Â¬ i B BTJCEA1TA2T X 1 Y iwL 1 A 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER HICKMAN KY SEPT 23 1887 GEN BUCKNERS IDEA estimated that 51323000 acres of land have been restored to the public domain by the revocation of railroad indemnity with drawals all since the Democrats went into power It is Â¬ Â¬ The Republicans of New York have uomiuated Col Fred Grant son of Gen Grant for Secretary of State If they dont win on him they eaut carry New York for anybody The number of State elections taking place in November this year Is unusually small In six only of the thirty eight Common wealths will State officers be chosen in tnat month this year These are Iowa Maryland Massa chusetts New York Ohio and Â¬ Â¬ Pennsylvania AT the meeting of the Governors of the various States at Philadelphia Gen Buckuor suggested the idea of having annual gubernatorial meetings for the purpose of social intercourse and exchange of views The idea was adppted and a committee was selected to arrange the time and place Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B Paesons the only one of the condemned Anarchists who is a native American illustrates in a warning manner the end of a dowuward career Just after the war he was an officer of tho Texas Legislature then he became a boodler aud then a llepub lican Then it was one short step and he became au Anarchist Â¬ Â¬ Albert Queen Victoria evidently has no intention of abdicating in favor of the Princeof Wales The concludingsentence of her speech read iu Parliament is as follows In thanking God for tho blessings He has vouchsafed me and my country I trust I may be spar ed to continue to reign over a loving faithful aud united people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ proper method to secure Agents of the Grand Army of option being ailinv of the controversies temperance the Republic are traveling in West of men are rather in reWlion to term Virginia persuading ex soldiers to than things If local option meana the join that organization the induce- Â¬ nght ot a local commuuity to declare whether thry hve barrooms and ment being offered that by con saloons licensedwillsell intoxicants then I to centrated effort next winter pen- Â¬ nhould say if thus limited I should he sions can be procured for all who in favor of the increane of the power It were in the army The fact that would be com mended for two reaeons 1 rule would The all of these agents are Republi- Â¬ pend on adoption of the governed de- Â¬ the consent of the cans indicates that the G A 11 is 2 The rule being supported bv public also preparing to make its power opinion could be peaceably and effectually felt as a political machine in the executed The measure would be mere ly withholding the license to do that Presidential election next year which one baa not an inalienable right te perform would Like no ones properly without just ompnation and would The Chicago Anarchists have not invade the rights of any mans neigh Â¬ decided to appeal to the Supreme bor You will not fail to perceive that Court of the United States but my position is very far short of what is unanimously decline to plead for demanded by the prohibitionists to use the recognized designation of the exiating executive clemency taking -- offers since my withdrawal from the State Department but have not entertained any of them I will straighten outmy home affairs I have a good farm here aud will put that in order before I do any Â¬ thing else You have not withdrawn from political life 4I have no idea of withdrawing altogether from political life I course aud the interchange of have several years of activity be Â¬ views After discussion as to fore me yet 44 the scope of the contemplated 4IIow about the condition of meeting a resolution containing the Democratic party in Tonnes liuckners idea was adopted a see committee of five being named to I cannot speak intelligently arrange tirao and place for I have been away from the Gov Beaver announced that ho State so long I reckon it is in had in his pnssessien a cup and good shape saucer for each of the Executives 4What of the Democratic pros- Â¬ of the States and Territories a pect in 188S present from a New Jersey estabSo far as the National Demolishment showing the progress cratic party is concerned I do of the State iu porcelain manu- not think it was ever more har- Â¬ facture in recent years monious and united Mr Cleve land of course will be renomina JEFF DAVIS ON- - LOCAL OP ted and if the election was to oceur to morrow ho would cerTION tainly be re elected cant In response to a letter of inqui tell what changes there Wo be in will ry ine editor ourioonevine a year in politics but I am clear- Â¬ Mo AdvertiBertriw days ago ly of the opinion that he can uot received the following letter Ho is far stronger be beateu Bkauvois Miss Sept 1st 18S7 and a greater leader of men than Itar Sir I hae receive your letter of 27ta ult requesting me to settle the ques the people generally uuderstaud tiu in regard to my opiuiou --as to local him to be He is essentially a Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wort Virginia Ames oi Alassa chisettB Hughes of Arkansas Ijrrabee of Iowa Thayer of Ne- Â¬ braska Scale of North Carolina and Pennoyer of Oregon It was decided to appoint an executive committee consisting of seven Governors seven Philadelphia city officials- - and thirteen mem bers of the citizens7 committee who shall be empowered to take any action iu regard to tho con templated monument aud report subsequently to the general com- Â¬ mittee The idea to have the monument erected by the thir- Â¬ teen original States was amended to have all of the States iu the Union participate iu the contemplated memorial Gov Buckner of Kentucky suggested that arrangements be made for annual meetings of the Governors of the various States for the purpose of social inter meeting of the Governors States to consider the question of erecting a monument in Jwkpen dence Square in cornrnemtf1011 of the adoption of thCfwJtitn tion was held i Gov head quarters in kejkLafftjye Hotel this aftenioonrjflMfcpea ver presided aud among the Ex ecutives present wereBodwell of Jersey Maiue Green of Af Bucknrr of Kentucky Richard son of South Carolina Wilson of Philadelphia Sept ll A tne GOV PORTER AT HOME A Paris Tenn Bpecial says A staff correspondent of the Memphis Appeal to day called ex Go v James D Porter at his home here to which he has justretnrn ed from Washington after resign- Â¬ ing his office as Assistant Secre- Â¬ tary of State Gov Porter in an swer to a question as to the ac tual cause of his retirement said It would not be prudent for me to speak of that matter now There are erabarresments connected with my resignation which it would be improper for me to discuss at the present time I will say though that there is not the slightest disagreement botweeu myself aud the Presidents policy He is myfriend I fully agree with him but as to the differences between others connected with the administration aud myself as I have said I can not speak now but may do so later on To what will you now turn your attention Governor I have had several business Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PRESENTED WITH A COW --The groat St Louis Fair opens R T TYLER Philadelphia Sept 17 The Oct 3d and continues until the Inclusive Those only who most important social event con 8th ATTORNEYS AT LAW nected with the celebration of the hgve attended these annual meetiConstitutional Centennial took ngs know of their immensity aud HICKMAW - - - KENTUCKY place this afternoon when Mrs tomose wno nave never been we attend to all busiaese twtrasted Cleveland was entertained by Mr winld say by no means fail to eo WILL ear Office wutu as into exuiDIUOn Furaitare Factory and Mrs George W Childs MMsamaw B tO AXAnri our nrano Wooton their beantiful courc rcP j PlrW for toiaflhe procession of the Veil- seat at Bryn Mawr The occasD t4phets takes place Tuesday was marked by the presence or40 S MUKRELL great number of distinguished Wjtnt the 4th and the city will be persons Mrs Cleveland aud the inirtinaiea Auesuay Wednesday ATTlKlfMYXT 1AW Wp iVUr r CtwgUIa rm to 04c uvited guests numbering trom and Friday nights during tho Fair Bryn 400 to 500 were taken to MICKKAJr KT Mawr iu a special train Mrs THE SOLDIERS REUNION Will praetlca ia all the Cearts at tht Cleveland looked paticularly At a meetisg of the executive commitee of the soldieri reuaion held at the Court First Juwisial Wstrist charmiug in her exquisitely fitting Home yesteiday dress of browu silk triumeu with proceedings were xnerning the followinf had and resolutions P gold braid When she reached adtpted station the second floor of tht Radvtd That the soldiers reuaion will Mr Childs was waiting receive be held at Bradshaws park in the eity of her and at once escortel her into frulucah ea Wednesday the 19th day of PIYSICAN AM SUR6EGN the private car where she was October 2 That two orators KHTUCKT will be joined by Gen and Mrs Sheridan stleeWd from the roost of the dsy and dis ICKsfA eloqnent Biyard ex tinguished soldiers of the State one en Secretary of State kit Prsfsssioial Ssrvlses te ef Ilsksiaa aid visiaity President Hayes and otiers Ar- ach side to address he soldiers at the OrrXRB We Traill htin jrtds homes rearly with fine Pianos and Orgmae riving at Bryn Mawr vhere the reunion 3 That an able speaker will be selec allew eisteaurste pay ia saaall kaestaly or quarterly paynea whole place bad turnedonl to see ted to deliver aa address of welcome her Mrs Cleveland moanted to a 4 That after the regular addressee seat beside William Stuthers on sre delivered invitations will be given TSJ Brothers top of his tally ho and as she sat to all distinguished visitors to address the assemblage there with 6 That an old fashioned bsrbecie will u uummT ah a GIRLISHLY CHAimiNQ 4ND PLEAS be furnished upon the grounds of Brad I1 R PliNOS AND DR A A FARIS ORGANS our Â¬ Â¬ a4 EIMiC lli TKACai Â¬ nhawi Park at the soldiers reunion on she so won upon the heirts of the the 19th of October abundantly sufficeat on lookers that they lurst into to 0feed as assay thousands an nay attead That tbe invitation to attend three cheers for her Gbe rest of soldiers rtunioa at Ptducahon the I9tathe et the party were accommodated to October is not confined exclusively to sol seats on the tally ho and other ve- diers but intended te all the citizens of hicles and were driven t Wooton Kentucky and of our neighboring States Upon reaching Mr Childi grounds who will he cordially and heartily wel to the and to the barbecue the impromptu coachhg party corned That to reunionagaiaet misapprehen Â¬ 7 guard went at once to the spmg houae sion the executive committee deca it aud after being shownjts attrac- Â¬ necetsary officially to state that the eol tions Mr Childs led tlem to an diers reunion at 1aducah on the 19tb of October will be a joint meeting of both inclosuro near by whet seven or the Confederate Federal soldiers were where all will meetand peace harmony eight thoroughbred Jerseys In and browsing good fellowship upon equal terms and Mrs Cloveland on being told with equal right and a cordial invitation that she mightchoosc whichever is hurtpr given to all of them to attend one of them she wnnttd for a pres aud enjoy the hopitlity of the day 8 That the first Con ent expressed herdeightin naive grcvional districtaaldier of the to appoint are requescJ fashion by consultirg all about county end dtatrict committees in their her as to her choice and she cast wveral counties to enroll alt the soldiers in their counties and to urge upon them to an appealing glance nt Hayes who by tsis time was attend tbe soldiem reunion at Paduoah on the 19th of co optrate in in the Inclosuro examining the enabling themOctober aud toas large num Â¬ to attend in rufcil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt ED KXPBESSIOI KHtUKAX TVe Fail SeseJea ceameaeee Meaday gust 29tk 1SS7 Ak Decker Haines Brothers J C Fischer and others Special deslgaa Rosewood Ebonited Walnut and Mahogany Cases The patroaa aad aabli are iaforased that ntadtUorder Ike next session of Central Aesdessy wil Choict styles of Organs comsBeace Msaday Aagust 29th a a dec particulars address tke charge ef Miss Bright aad Mr 9 B Kingsaaa Terns aa heretofore ESTEY 8HONINGER and HAMILTON ORGANS for the Sitting Room Library and Hall Far CO D HBALDWIN Louisville Ays 239 Foarth HUGHES teas TONIC 218 Ckurch 8t Nashville Tea 288 Sad St Menphia Teaa Ky 9a Imbt rm If TIIK SOUTH Cmu GiLBirr SalesmaB Padaeah Kt CH1LLSSFGVER JXTAtVABIBt It fill Cm th- - M Qhtioiri Cutt rot S1LX IT DKUGfillTS raarABiB bi FURNITURE eCerlag all grades of Plain Mediam aad Fins FUM5ITCKI atgrsaafy vw- duivJ irioM We carry a full liae at all times of Chairs Seekers plain aad marhla top Tatle Bureans Wash stands Wardrobes Chamber Sets Mattresses Springs e aad weruran enr priees to be the UutiL latcUigoat iavsstigatioa pays ikerefeM We are headquarters oa we invite yoar iavestigation ef enr goods We are R ia ni cattle withtheairof a critic bers aa possible MES CLEVELAND GETS A 0W ground that they have done nothing for which to ask the pardon of society and that society might ask their pardon Three of them whose names are not given even oppose an appeal The Defense Association organized for the re- Â¬ lief of the murderers will aid in securing an appeal and failing in the Â¬ Parl7- - Respectfully Jlffersox Davis Â¬ A that for pardons or a commutation ot the sentences will get np petitions praying iron a written threat of the Stand ard Oil Company against a ccrtalu railroad should be published in very newspaper in the United States The railroad official threatened submitted to the demands of the monopoly and the docu ment came out when he was testifying before a Senate committee This precious document reads Â¬ Â¬ The Louisville Courier Journal ays that the appended extract Public opinion throughout Can ada is decidedly shaping itself against the Governments threat- Â¬ ened coercion policy toward Manitoba if that province does not submit in the Bed Kiver road difficulty Last Sunday the Gov Â¬ ernment asked and obtained an injunction restraining the fnrther construction of that road This action raised a storm of disappro- Â¬ bation in which the press of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ excepting the Standard Oil Company you ehalteharge then tenoents a barrel for their oil and also pay them twenty Eve eeata p r barrel vut of the thirtyfi ve cents collected of ether shippers Tea shall make a uniform rate of rairly fve teals per barrel for all persons K KS Upon this law the Magistrates in New York are refusing naturalization papers t certain foreign era knowu to be Anarchists Ahey geek to become eitizens of tbia coautry for the sake f protection against their native lands aud at the sae tine hold criminal hatred against oar institutions The above law is amply sufficient xo eiciHue socio people aud at the sane tise to extend an hon est welcome to the honest foreigner- And the peace loving prayer from foreign citizens an well as the native Americans rati heartily demand of the conrts in each and every Slate to rigid ly enforce the law as it is Â¬ There ic a law of CongreM which pro vide that before a mafa it admitted to ehiafBtbipin this country he shall have rsiJed here at leant five years and hall have behaved as a man of good mora character attached to the priaeiplea of the Coastitutfa of ihe United States and well disponed to the g Hxf oidar and LEGAL NOTICE IN GEORGIA happiness of the aaae To tKe Editor of the World a Â¬ reflects pretty accurately the opinion of intelligent Canadians interprets this action as no less an attempt than9 to deprive not simply Manitoba bat the other provinces as well of their provin cial Hbertlesr In ah article re cently published that paper takes a bold position and appeals to the Canadians of the older prov inces to support the Manitobans in theirpresent conflict The ar ticle thus closes If Canadians do not promptly remonstrate against the Government that has dared to prestitute the Federal authority to the service of a monopoly they stand liable to be scrunched in turnand- will de serve tho scrunching richly Tor callously concurring it a most in- famous attempt at oppression Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Toronto Globe a paper which country joined almost universally southeastern sky and shot out of sight in a southerly direction The night was clouded and without a moon but the stars went out and a strange soft blue and white light lit up the whole firmamment as bright as day The light waB only five or six sec onds in duration when all became suddenly dark again The whole presented a beautiful spectacle To the reporter the fiery visitor seemed to strike the ground a short distance away After wardalow whirring sound was heard in the direction where it bad disappeared The sound kept increasing in volume till the roar was terrible It seemed as if the Bed of the ocean was a huge pot and the water was boiling over Some people fancied they felt a light tremor of the earth but most people felt nothing of the kind The noise which was terrifying lasted fully a minute and a half Â¬ Â¬ Mrs ClovoluutI aloo called npjll Bishop Potter and Mr Childs to give her their opinions aud at last hor selection wavered between Eloster and Grace The latter a a prettily colored heifer eighteen great man MTho Governor then spoke of months old finally had tho honor the Iaboriousness of the duties of being chosen and as her new of the office ho had just resigned mistress announced tho fact she In fact the bulk of the depart turned laughingly to Geu Sleri- General do you ment work fell to him So far as dnn aud said the consular aud diplomatic ser- think I am mean in taking the vice was concerned he thought best r Mrs soon after Cleveland it was superior to what it had been for many years He is in mounted the tally ho and drovo excellent health and had beeu the party herself to Mr Childs hard at work on his farm all day house handling the reins in skill ful style Once again off the tally ho Mrs Cleveland was soon inWONDERFUL PHENOMENON side the house where she took Halifax Sept 17 A special her place with the other ladies refrom Barrington sajs A wonder- Â¬ ceiving ful pbenonieiuon occurred here Wednesday night about 8 oclock A CHEERFUL ROOM A luminous bodylookingas large Puck1 as an elephant with a long tail everybody Id put to It attachedsuddenly appeared in the sleep aiut room said old Mrs in this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iadueah Kj Sept Jobk C Nobli 1887 1 1 Chp A RO BIMBO XOTJ ISVILLB e CO Oomk Come Come Come everybody anil see the beantiful display of hats and bonnets laces feathers and flowers now on dis play at the Millinery Bazaar All who have au oye for the beautiful will find the rich and varied assortment a feast to dazzle and daze their eyes where fancy shape and color are all so beautifully blended as to make aud mark it perfect So come and gathor to yourself some of all this beauty that others may see the good it does and profit thereby Â¬ Â¬ lOW TO SAVE sJONEY Ht al We are Wholesale Headquarters grades of CSSW2K SXOSIVli TOBACCO aad will job to dealers ealy UNDERTAKERS GOODS csrrviat tho largest liao ef Weedoa aad Metallic Burial Casea ef any firm ia We4 Tsaaosseo or leatasky Wo alsceaat all eempetitiea ia this liao Xepaulag aad prices alio the the beet in the market We atie keep constantly oa hand a eheiea selection of Family Groeerio Coafeetioneries aad Frnits whiek we will sefl very law for the cah Please eall aad sea as OttlGottilHrio Sitc at Factory Job Work a spesialty aflrStere teems aader City Hall i CI9ARS uff aTEPHKIfaV XAXWKI7L FUQCA A DtBO W HERTWECK BALTZER XAXUPACTUBSKS OP THS CO CXB1ATD Respectfully Mrs Jones COM HI8SIOX ERH SALE raltwa Clrealf Cemrt Kewlaeky W Jinks to a fastidious and at her house extreme- Â¬ ly nervous young minister who was spending his first night in B Â¬ peneae in Brohibited ot WJ dMm on This plaae Witfcstit pronation from A A Myself and family were out few miles from the city recently nuing when one of my boys saw a piece of paper ea a tree We went to see what it was I in clese it to you herein ae follows St fj L Guess Or J C rarsley you ma fir For law If yo o Â¬ proaition Wetook the aaper without Yoars etc m Â¬ Ohio are being withdrawn from the pnblio school because colored children are admitted Whats the mutter up there P VV Haet Whits children at Zanesville laa Where did you get that dog I bought him from a man for Adaaalalartratera If tie twenty five cents with the pride of ownership All persons indebted to tho estate of W Mercy The idea of paying 8 Fluumer deed are notified aad re twenty five cents for that horrid quested to sail at the office of H A B T Tyler aad settle same sad all per beast holding Charlies eyes flashed indig aena osUte areaccounts or 1daises against Is same prov aatd He isnt horrid That ed aceordiag teaotiflied to si ths oee of nantly law Call Examine the advertising col shows how much a girl knowe HA4R T Tyler J T Pluxm st nmns of tho Cotjbicr closely this The man told me he is a full blood- Administrator of W 1 Plummer deed ed cur week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CREDITED Col Blanton Duncan after a long and ambitious effort as a political apostle has now turned np in the roll of prophet He has been wrestling with Relvelation and he has cast a horror scope which establishes the millennium in 1913 14 By opening the varions vials in their proper order and doing a little figuring in accordance with the Binomial Theorem he has discovered the mistake of the Millerities in predicting the end of the world some years ago It was simply a miscalculation Col Duncan is morally and prophetically certain that Russia will furnish the Anti Christ that the Greek cnarcn win oe tae prosecutor and that the closing scenes of the great drama of creation will be enacted in and around Constantinople Tickets for re served heats can now be secured at the box office at Mount Ararat New York World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COLONEL BLANTON DIS- - This hare room is full of sacred associations to me she went on 44My first husband died in that bed with his head eu them very pillers and poor Mr Jinks died settin right iu that very chair there in the corner Sometimes when I come into the room in the dark I think I see him settin there still My own father died layin right on that lounge under the window Poor pa He was a spiritualist and he alius said hed appear in this room again after he died and sometimes Im foolish enough to look for him If you should see anything of him to night youd better not tell me for itd be atfgn to me that there was something in spiritualism and Id hate to think that My son by my first man fell dead of heart disease right where you stand He was a doctor and theres two wnoie skeletons in that closet that belonged to him and half a dozen skulls in that low er drawer Well good night and pleasant Â¬ dreams BLOOD WILL TELL AKtricaa PortMloJ legged drooping tailed and shamefaced He cared for it tenderly fixed a dry goods box in the back yard for a kennel and on every possible occasion exhibited the animal proudly His sister Ella aged eighteen asked him fastidi ouslv Charlie aged eight brought home a slinking yellow pup bow Â¬ Tatlos tke City Clerk waa directed Master Commissioner F C C J C A Holcombe H C Beck man Amonat to bo raised Jadgemsat to notify aad lira E T Gardner Feris Parker Wal- Â¬ Interest to day of salo 120629 ter Kingmaa Hertweck Battzer A Co JB Cost 6296 II 8 CampÂ¬ Case Nortea Steele and Mrs bell to have the paveaeata in front ef Total liatt their lota pat in good repair within the to do so the next fifteen days Failing 25cta Lower Lowta Street Committee is directed to have the 1 hays no elerk expenses ae store roa dene at Ike owners expense same and HJ for all my Groceries aa On motion tha Council adjourned MICKMAH therefore can soil as shssp as tht cheap KT Attest est Best brands of Witteaberg aad Lea WL McCUTCHEK O C On motion W Meaehaa Plaintiff KQD1TT Against Home Man Be careful how Aand W PCIsrk Dsfte J you buy land on the bottoms By virtue at a Judgement aad Order ef There is an old saying that the Sale of the Faltoa Cieail Coart rendered Mississippi river has a mortgage at the Febuary Term 1880 and Aagast Tsrtn thereof 1887 ia the above eaase on the laud from bluff to bluff with interest at for tke Stranger Ha ha I should the rate sua6 of 89750 per aaaum from per ceal of say it bad I should say it bad tke 8th day of Febaary 1880 oatil paid foreclosing too and 963 costs herein I skall proceed te Oh I you are familiar with the offer for tale at the Court Hoase deer la Hickman Ky te tho highest bidder at country then 1 Pnblio Aaelion ea Monday the 10th dsy No I have tried some of the of October 1887 at 1 oeleek P If or water thereabouts being County Court Day apoa a credit of 6 aad 12 moatks- - the fol Â¬ The New York Tribune seems lowing described property part of Southwest Quarter of Seetiea to believe the story that Mr 24 Township I Range 5 West hegiaaiag Blaine says he wouldnt have the at a rod oak tree Northwest eoraer of presidency as a gilt It says aid qaartsr tkenjSostkwestlSd 1 6 peleo there is no law to coerce a man to stamp and elm tree then Death M who does not wish to be presi Bast 84 poles to stake white oak aad The whole truth as the 2 blaek gums pioatera 1hoa North 7 dent 1 6 poles to East Yankees say is that they are quite poplar159 theace Nortkstake Hiekory64 aad West willing to excuse Mr Blaine from poles to tke ibeginaiag85J ooataiaiag 14 64 another candidacy if they could acres more or lest Also tbe following do so without offering to back described traet in same Qaarter Seetiea Township sad Range to wit Begiaaiagat down point ia tho South boundary line of aid Quarter 64 1 4 poles East of tho COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Suothwest eoraer t a stake with pop Â¬ lar aad hickory pointers theace with said boundary liae South 85 J Bast 66 poles Hickman Kt Sept 20 1887 Coancil met Present Councilman to stags with asa atexory aad aim Witting Cole Brown Buckner and Uert pointers then North 7 last 77 poles to take with whits oak pointers then week The Mayor being absent on motion North 86J0 West 66 poles to stake with Councilman Witting was ealled to the beech aad sugar tree pointers then Soath 7 West 77 poles to begiaaivg chair The minutes af the last aieetiag were coauiaing 82 acres more or less Or sufficient thereof to produos the earn ef read Approved and signed money so erdsred to be mads Far tho lOCOUKT 4LLOWID purchase pries ths purchaser with ap Â¬ The following account was presented proved surety or eouritiesjmust exeeato properly approved which ea notion waa ooaa oeartag legal taierosi rrom the Say allowed and check ordered issued for the of sals oatil paid aad haviag tho fores amount and effect of a judgement Bidders will 6 25 be prepared io comply promptly with John Witting for eeal these tsrms TO BE RKPAIBED MISSISSIPPI FORECLOSING J w pa Its 8 oo HICZMAXT WAGON to-wl-t-A RELIABLE I St er Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware which art offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the Market justifies r All goods guaranteed to be exactly as represeated S BB7ARD ROOFING A SPECIALTY Eatraj ICtlee BLACKSMlTHINa UNDERTAKERS P Takea np aa a stray by F B Atteher SO OBS ry liviag 1 miles asrtkoast ef Jordan Itatiea and half mile east of Jordan aad WIST SICKMAW Cayee read Faltoa eeaaty Ky tho 11th Call aa A F OLIVIft for Bisekesaltk day of April 1887 one serrsl peny mare branded onthe left shealder and left hip lag Wage Bopairs Ae Ako a fall list ef with J Is white foot sad white ia tha VaTBEBTAKKaraV face and eear af f stam oa right wither CeBas aommoa Resewoow solid Blaek aad white apot oa belly t firth sap posed to bo 8 years old aad valaed by Walaat Cases Ac me at 30 Given aader my haad this the 22sd day ef April 1887 ewes awiiA c aeBiT sesaLaa MEN MS 1 tjmi r r tt WafnaVe fJatOCBBT DOUGLAS IBROS BAKIBY BUTAUBABT 1 rjickman IJarbli Works thai the HB4LS AT AIM rVill eb 2S B C EAMAGE aaAiia is Star Fltsr SSL eeats cheaper than tho law JOaU WITTIKa Coafectieaerios eW aad keep empieyed ar irst claos bedtor meads all fresh aad asw aad wiH aot aader sold jaaeM ily Groceries keep a goaoral aseertaaoat af Faaa SALE AND LIVERT ITASLS Â¬ Kaviag parakasod tae staUs banes mi tmsrs frsat tks etnatry arsmatly sad oattrs oattl a W B Flaeamer Corns Mo ths- ws propose ts osatlaea ths basiaeos iA Iliad Meesow Aveaue East Biekmrn Ky seltett patroaags aA t2 work O mame pared te ill all orders am Amhicav Makbli MONVXKMTt TOMB ABB tIATI ITOHEB la oteek a las lot of Amor HAVIRB Italian Marble I am preÂ¬ Italia Call aad examiao Family Groceries sfM te N trestle to skew all articles efVat a goads sa at eoraer Trer W DIESTELBRINK eeaaUatly rrilTS sal IV and lOBSBB Fari8 fc Pabkes KSNTUCKT atBXBT BUtOIM aad MACKB aa haad Ht Mr -- a 1 i ni V- - - Q JX i At iMb- r i bf - 0 -- SfaS or r V f t -- J ir It XirA J B J t fy- - - j jJaam rST TLr C WS9-itTrfffiric- f I -t- -- r t g r lr 5 - -- A 1 in Sgi wcK- jja - i t S CS Ba Bfd SJJyy akA G CC VJi o T w JSa7-i-r- a A -g 52 BerVlkAC r---r- s JS a Sd bf 2fBw iai Q0oRi mlIng th YV aru liumjr 10 Have it ani n Viinr rrptt nfotinrpHnnR fnr it nrri rrntttni in a TREMENDOUS STOCK Hero a ie edcret F our success iti a ast year was a splcudid success It tar exceeded our expectations This year we mean to double it and ARE GOING TO DO Il ssw4 - -l Tfc B HTS Semt7 - S iaa P gSje3FTJ sii- r - CJVm zzj iwKrTIS- c Mr UI iie ji ii aim khuw d zih - -- flL Ui 1 Sal aeeaawc J mit-bliei- O -eK l- u - kw X Mir i gtfc PW- -mW SB W ipe 2JPfc M rrs lb 3o8itj knd AlSDJtdRJi a COlttMO Evgfy ooiihtiSt IIS londed down Out WiSMUT We want yon one nud all r gftEff TAPJr to Staple JEANS dome and TjtrtXCjE53 4rfmmmwiE i rX7CdotitemUojajtyJidU8e UNDERSELL US and we ee us and examine- dur Stock It vaa BO UGllT LO -- W as NEW FEINTS NBWGINGHAStSi A Big Stock The latest Styles DOMESTICS TICKING We carry the largest line and SHIRTINGS BEST ASSORTMENT CANTON FLANNELS f Styles of any house in the city FLANNELS IS Come and see Goods DEESS GOODS AND - A MJiguiGcent NEW STYLES TRIMMINGS Display NEW FABRICS NEW SHADES t LINSEYa c c From a 5c Worsted to the finest A complete Stock at all times All Vool Imported Goods Dout and no one can undersell us fail to see theim We cant mention everything It would take the entire paper Wo trade and want YOUR anli will do everything in bur power to please yoit furtoneB m A Fuil Line of for three of the best acknowledgedme conntt v Thn niwacntm Whether you want A A SBlfandia DisDlav the best madt hand made and Cheap Suit Boots and Shoes aro Mens trnftAtitful - Our 300 Mens Shod in Button Lace and Aitntw Tin if Boy UICIT IfUlt A Medium Suit JtcltetSi t any fjuu shoe on the market Congress cannot be equaiieu FihB Suit di a tod Ladies1 Shbrt Wraps uuu0ui ouoes in Ualt Ooat Grain we Can please PRlEsMEYEltS Lames anu Of Ueir kind Every pair warranted jou and tit yon Herinb Grain are the best and Glove tfkittWooi iTwmarketi Ladies OustDm Made ShoeB torn f lA up His School ShoeB are the Oilr Stock is immense and prices Try tlleirij and you will have no other very All the latest Styies at extremely best made for Fit and Service low Scarlet Wool BAUttS Kid Shoes foi Ladies and Missus cahhot Uft excelled for Ldbk at our Stilts dud Over Wool and Camels Hairj at low pricis Drftit fail to examine Fancy fit style and durability His 250 Kid Button is the best Shoe sold then4 vary lbw prices coats before buying Every pair warranted for that price We would be pi ased tb liVe you call and see us We aro reaching out for mora have ft very large Stock and can suit jou in anything - In tliiB SHOE DEPARTMENTthe occlusive nu iiiivo Our aim is to lieu iue sale CLOTHING Underwear CLOAKS c iii v -- i Â¬ St 7K flrhi or Smith Ellison X Have tb Eest Stock HiCKMAN BEPRESENTtib Mr II A Tjler of HicVmn who mm to have been one of the honorary pall herers was unAvoitlahlr prevented from coming but the town of Ihcktuan rent an honored representative and rap8engr of the loving regard in which its people held the memory of Gov Blnhburn Dr A- Â¬ lexander A Paris was the centleraua in quf Bion Ii wti he alone of all the phy mcinnaof Hickman who remained in the I SMITH -- JE1 3EI Ab if SO 3XT s V Smith ft Elllsbn aeeiithing all liabilities Prather hat withdraws from tb h Co The ander igaed remaining pdrtners will tbntinue the business undtr the firnihaHS bf E D DDRD-C3-IXi- 3 DSAtSRS LEE P ELLISON CUES C stricken town during the yellow scourge of 1878 and wat therefore the only phjiician to greet Ur Luke Riack hum and Dr Daniel Gobr now physician at the penitentiary when they wtat so nobly to the relief of the dying and de Â¬ serted people Curier Journal Cor fvr Referring to tha abov I wish to return DRUGS attkcilfcg 10018 iTATioaEBY aad flcncol applieff f thanks to my friends for their many farora extended to me during my mercantile lifr Faicj GO0DST0Y8 aad and to ask of them for the sew firm a coa sUSfi PAIHTi OIM WIRES and LIQUOBS or Medical tinuaBce of their patronage so liberally accorded to me assuring them of the same AOkMTSFOB THE polite attention and courteous treatment as heretoforSj with the name careful atten tion to their interests Respectfully Â¬ tn I picTtki lie lm sept6 4w IiiigM to i K ABUMLINGAME kS Hsiriia first class Organs or Pianos would do well to call on J E Fuqua as he has the agency for some of the very best makes and will sell on liberal terms for cash or on time Parties desiring to purchase The old soldiers Federal or vjuuicuuraitj uesirmg 10 anenu the Reunion at Paducah on Oct 19th for convenience can leave their names at the CotJBiER office and they will be reported to the proper committee This paragraph docs injustice to the honored memories of Drs II C Catlett W D Corbett Car tor Blanton R C Prather Jr and Jatnes Faris home physicians each of whom retnnined at the post of duty sacrificing their Uvea in that dreadful epidemic Dr Alex Faris was the only hom physiciau who survived the epi- iemic On Friday last the funeral day of ex Govi Blackburn the business houses of Hickman were draped in mourning and the church bells tolled from 11 to 12 m the hour of his burial EBPRATHBB Domestic Sewing Machine tapr8 1887 ttacklen Araie Salve The Beit Salve in the world for Cols Bruises Sores Ulcert Salt Kheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions ana posi tirely cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction tirmoaey refunded Price 25 ceata per k far sale by all Druggists HIS E Any person wishing to purchase anloe two story briok business house and dwell Â¬ ing combined the dwelling consists of four rooms front verandah two halld one pantry and two back poreliesj with a Ktce f illilEl DEALER IN SCHOOL SUPPLIES FANCY GOODSj The First The Prettiest The President Cleveland will reach Cheapest The Latest Style and Reel foot Lake while Henry Frenz Nashville Monday morning Oct the best Fall Call and see the abovo Styles of CLOAKS from the CHEAPEST winter has made preparations for fifty 17th The Chickasaw guards will just received at andAmbergs goods to the FINEST at J Ambkbgs Sons Sons J guests escort him through the State sept23 3w Oth Sept 2v preparations for fall flshiug J C Bnrdick has made great on splendid cistern atsdft residence in East Hickman next door to B C Ramagos three or four head of horses and seme cattle and hogs household and kitchen furniture can buy any of the above named by applyiag to HC JDDOB Newspapers Periodical Magazines Staiioiierj C Books A full supply of all kinds of Reading Matter constantly on band Any Book Magazine or Paper you may desire which is not in Steele will be promptly procured for you by leaving your order -- septlC tfl Hickman Ky New ever placed on this market Goods and Lots of Them Slncik-u-liiwil- We havcrccelvetl and opened our mammoth Fall l complete and nnpualljllcd stock pf Foreign and Domfstic 1 t n oio J r i nnrn S u ti- - ij ll iit ti ii ui i n Taken up as a stray August 25 18S7 by J N Underwood on his farm 2 miles ftorth of Jordan Station one half mile east of Jordan and Cayce road in Fulton county Ky one pale clay bank Texas pony mare with three white lefts one white spot on right side at saddle girth branded on left foro Bboulder and left hind hip with a Spanish brand about 13 hands high no other marks peroeia ble age about nlnejor tan years valued This Sept by me at thirty dollars cf 5th 1887 F B ATTEBERY J P P C Sept 16 Esfray Xollcc 9C THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS A -- DEAXEK j EQUITY RPRESCPTIOINS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED J Brown heirs eredsDefta J Wc also have several car loads of By virtue of a Judgement and OrJer of sale of the Fulton Circuit Court rendered at tha August Term thereof 1887 in the above cause for tho sum of fifty four dol- Â¬ Hi BtfCHAftAfl iVettt V Prett C BALTZBR B L ALEXANDER Cattil lars and eighteen cents with interest at annum from the rate of 6 per cent the 3rd day of September 1887 until paid and the costs herein I eball proceed to TJ ofTer for sale at the Court House door in oa Hickman Ky to tha highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 10th day October 1887 at 1 oclock P M or of celebrated makes Trunks Aalises Carpets and Oil Cloths and in fact a general outfit for all man and womankind Recognizing the fact that the Almighty Dollar is the goal of thereabouts being County Court Day jnr wnicn we an are striving we nave placed such LU w fKIULSon our Goods that for Four Dollars voti can buy of us what at other houses will cost you five thus making upon a credit of 0 and 12 months the following described property to wit o ier cent on your investment Jni3 is otraignt uoods we are giving you but if you do ubt it come once and be convinced About 60 acres of land known ae the J C Brown land fronting on the 8tate road ifc- and being on tbe South side thereof at e Mf s4jferf r i Vm iMMki t4 V Lodgeton Fulton county Kyi and bona Beiag regularly orgaaiied and rtidy for business we respectfally solicit tho patreaf4 of all All colllections made for depositors free of cHaige Approve ded as follows On the North by StatB paper tanning three or rear months discounted il tha Road on the East by land or J w Prom a private letter from Says the PadUcah News rate of per cent per aaadfii It The new Republican paper at The proposed branch of the Dames an the South by said Dames land Mr Williams engineer in and oa the West by laud of Alf William may be well enough to say to Illinois Ceutral railroad from son Republi- Â¬ the purchase price the par lGth the Paducah the Paducah j charge of date Sept those who in the hurry may be Hickman to the highlands of Mad- Â¬ chrser Forwith approved surety or securi Â¬ CotRiER is permitted to make can is unfortunate in its very first overlooked in sending out the re rid Bend in additon to supplying ties must execute bond bearing legal In Circuit Clerk French who has his extract The probabilities issue to become involved in a paid invitations that there is no terest from the day of UOrU2tAK l ALII All Dll JBTHRELKELb C BALTZfefe been sick for some time is absent aro now that the Illinois Central criminal libel suit That paper union intention The whole United a rich territory with railroad fa aad having the force and sale until judge Â¬ effect of a such cilities will redeem from 100000 J W COWOILL W C JOHN80N J W ALEXANDER at Hurricane Springs to com Â¬ jxvill build two railroads from printed an articlo charging John States is meant and Paducah is to 150000 acres of overflowed ment Bidders will be prepared 0 the main route W Peter States Attorney of going to provide for the inner man lands Tbe proposition is to build ely prompt y with theseP terms Special invitation is given to Hicl W TAitoa l under the bluffs to Memphis Metropolis 111 with having spir- Â¬ of all who come Bring the wo- Â¬ this road by reclaimed land sub- Â¬ all to call and examine onr su Master Coamiionoer F 0 C perb and elegant line of Fall and and one via the old Hickman and ited a girl away to avoid a scan- Â¬ men and children and if there is scription The levee is to be 14 DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS Our reputation on this line is sucli Aa4 h requires no eulogy to attract public attention coaimssioxEirs sale Mentnefetf Falton Circuit Conrt C DRUGS MEDICINES TAINTS ill DMii w J Browns Admx Plff 4 Against C teple Bsy Qoodsr aiotfeia 00073 J J est 7jxzi3hixiM QpQds r pr Ji MICKMAI SAIK HICKMAX KY CAPITAL iootooa Ttm ft TVeElTH m A aa8HPrasP in f t4m LOCAL NEWS -- matione ferred to Falls went to Metropolis and was arrested on a warrant for criminal libel but was released on bond No tice was also served on Miss Rosa Falls his daughter aud T B Waller the publisher mak ing them defendants to the same charge Peter also publishes a long card denying the charge aud lief be bought large bottle and a box of produces an affidavit from the la Dr KingR New Life Pilla by tlieiiine he de to roferred The Bayou du Cbien bridge had taken two- boxes of Pills and two bot- dysupposed shebehad beentotient nying that had was well ii progressing slowly but surely tles of the Discovery hesix poundsandTrial away to avoid scandal This lady The most difficult part of the gained in flesh thirty Bottles of this Great Discovery for Con has also entered suit against Falls work is done and Waller for 20000 damages sumnon free at all DruKcista The people of Metropolis are conBe sure to drop in at Alexan Mrs Koxie Leech wife of Mr siderably excited over the sensader Maxwells and see the beau D Leech died at the family tional affair Peter is prominent tifnl display of goods on their J counters Ladies are specially homestead on SassafraB JRidge 10 in the church and in society and miles below Hickman on Satarday has been States Attorney for invited the 17th inst and was burled in several years Falls came from spt23 the Hickmati cemetery Sunday Now Orleans a year ago and was Paducah will entertain the last Mrs Leech was the daugh a Police Judge in that city at one soldiers of this Congressional dis ter of the late J F Marrs was time Of course the Courier nothing about tho trict on the 19th of next month born and raised in Hickman and knows of the Republicanstruth or publiwill be their second was always highly esteemed and falsity The occasion early age she be cation but we do sympathize with annual reunion That the city loved At an and her people will give the boys came a member of the Baptist our new contemporary in thus of the blue and gray and their church and lived a coasistent early becoming involved in such amnv friends a cordial welcome christian life syrapatny jg ex trouble Some local papers feel is public duty to teed not be said The place and tended to the bereaved hatband that it up their expose epersonal and write f tier people are proverbial for this and relatives scandals c and many are con The Vrllt VnemleaeMeal Falton county will be repre scientious in such work but there tx Industrial and W D Suit Druggist BippInd tee is a large and respectable element sented at the State Electric Bitters I Ceaanercial Convention in Louis- tinea verycan recommendEvery kettieeold of the public who do not recogbest reffledy as the ville in October R C Prather has giea relief is every eaae One aaan nize that any such duty devolves SrM Jmdge R 8 Murrell Dr A teek six bottles and was cured et Kheu upon journalists and class them ibtiham as they do other gossips and scanA Faris and pernape otners win matisai of 10 years atandieg attend Tie Coukibr ackjiowl Hare Druggist Bellville Ohio afflrms dal mongers However Hie bet eaeline I have edge the conrtesy of an invita kaadled inselling20 years expeneneeiever the Courier has al my participate t tie tt attend and thousaads W others ways maintained that such publitectrio Bitter have added their testimony eothat lh6 cations in local papers were wrong GOODS NEW terdfet is unaninous that Electrie Bitten and ill advised and only justifiado cdfe all diaeaaea of the Liter Kidaeyo ble in extreme4 exceptional inWHITER 600DS 1 ii i NEW or Blood umy aiaii dnar t bdRie at stances Aud what is more while all druggists vlK -NEW FALL- 600DS they attract a sensation to the r ib An infant child of DB Bur paper for a time sooner or later ffcNtW WINTER 60005 they injure the J AxiKsai sons eept 9th nett diedisyfsterday Siacire cod than all others publishers more o doleuce extended Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 2w highlands of Madrid Bend snp- Pljbig Lake county with a rail- r road and--at the same time redeem on the 19th illg the jowlands of Kentucky is now pacea oeyonaand in the COnntiea of Obion Dv oi wciooer a peradveuture er and Lake in Tennessee- - He Young nfan if you want a estimates that the cost of the neat fitting durable Shoe go to levee completed will be 185000 Buchanans and get a pair of the The readers of the Courier hear Silver King Shoes the best and the facts they can judge for them cheapest Shoe in Hickman ap 1 selves as to the probability of of this road The most noted drouth Kentucky ever experienced was in oEftettrmeMt la Texan 1817 when it did not rain from Great excitement baa been caused in the vicinity of Farin Ter bj the remarkable April 14 until September 20 recovery f Mr J E Corley who was so This next is display week at helpless hecoald not turn in bed or raise dying of Mazwells Dont his head everybody said he wasDr Kings Alexander Consumption Atrial bottle of sites it New Dlssoverj was eent him Finding re I winter goods Sept 9th 8 J Atnuergs So38T1PtollvJIo levee survey to the dal MherenTfKtbe Peter and J W Falls were lately partners in the publication of the Metropolis City Item and animosity grew up between them over the settlement of their busi ness when the outfit was sold to I B Waller of Paducah for the publication of the Republican Falls became editor of the Repub lican4 and in the second issue of that paper made the charges re- Â¬ not room in the wagon for all the miles long an average of ten feet Iiiind Hale big boys can walk through the high and estimated cost by engi The following lilt of land will be id near way and bring the dogs Oc neer is 185000 for taxes due tho Commonwealth of Ken tober 19th will be tho day tucky at the court house door in Hiokmaa BABIES CRY FOR ITFulton county Ky on the 2nd Monday la FIRST DOSE CURED October 1887 and listed aa follows And tbe old folks laugh when Mr E Petri Glasgow Ky writes J W Luster 160 acree precinet No 6 they find that the pleasant Call adjoining J O A Cooper taxes 1885 to my daughter contracted chills in amount 1825 1877 No prescription ever gave fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup 1880 W Luster 1887 160 acres predfcet of Pies is more easily taken and J more than temporary relief no 3 30 in its action than No 8 adjoining J 0 A Cooper tax Agent tonic kept them off Two bottles more beneficial medicines Merryweather heirf R M Isler It is bitter of Hughes Tonic cured her com- a most nauseous family remedy to 200 acres adjein lag 8 W Lauderdale valuable tax 25 eents pletely She had no chill after M Isler Agoat cleanse the Merriweather heirs taking the first dose I recom- act on the bowels tocolds head 160 acres adjoiaing A RJohaioa tax 95 system and to dispel mend Hughes Tonic to all suffereUU Pre- aches and fevers Manufactured ing from chills and fever W A SHUCK Shff F C California Fig Syrup Co only by the pared by R A Robiuson Mptl6j Francisco California Wholesale Druggists Louisville Co San by T T Co Swaino For sale Ky Sold at retail by Druggists Hiekman Ky geuerally B LATTUS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T M FRENCH Insurance At sati Fin aar Â¬ Â¬ Ii marine and accident Â¬ i - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Next yeaf promises to be a prosperous year for this immedi ate section but the staid old Hick man Courier ever anxious for the individual and collective prosperity of its people hesitates to give its fall reasons for fear of being classed as visionary and But if you over enthusiastic Missouri bottom lands have lands or East or West Hickman properties dont give them away for nothiue The air is full of promise Â¬ J Represents a line of the vefjrlxfet Companies in the United StaisA OfFICS AT CqURT HOUSE cSiTURDAY OCT 1ST The Courier is requested by a AND number oi ox Confederate soldiers to announce that a meeting of old WAGON REPAIR SHOP soldiers now resident of Fulton niCKMAN XT county will be held at the Coiirt xox House on Saturday Oct 1st at Machinery Plows All 11a mto make arrangements as Wagonskindc of Farm on short notice and repaired to attending the Reunion at Pa- in workmanlike manner ducah on Oct 19th Assist in New Warons sc mads to order feblS notifying all the old soldiers of -- BLACKSMITHING HJOKMAIT i 49-- ef lltiitCorfaef - Stabl Ktififtrcltr fiae atylkk RIGS fat kUtl Â¬ tit Jackson and Keatucky 8reety this meeting mcMMAif J TOST OPDCID witk bow STOCK oat aad oaU TlBUSrsasoaaalo Patreate aolieitee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SYRUP OF FIGS Manufactured only by the Califor nia Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal is Natures Own true Laxative It is the most easily taken and the most pleasantly effective remedy known to cleanse the sys tem when bilious or costive to dispel headaches colds and fe vers to cure naoituai consupa tion indigestion etc For sale in 50 cents and 100 bottles by T TSwayneCodruggiste Clinton street Uickman Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oakland City Ind vllle Yonr HOW LOST HOW RESTORED Gentlemen Certain Chill Care is meeting with Ceilvei nw ditlon Just published greater demand than ever at pres wells Celekratteel fSojr of Df radical cm awtSO lMi on tbe liiYoujn ent I have been selling it on a of 8rMAToaaHaA or Seminal WeknM and rhji MenUl guarantee without any authority Ury Seminal Lose IrotMCT to Marris ete icat Incapacity Impedimenta from you however to break leotConavHrrioKEriLKmr and Ftm Ac or sexual extravagance id tills chills with privilege in case of tbe celetTStSt author a thirty admlrbl eeaay yeara ancoeetfo rroia failure of customer returning for clearly dafcfOfcf trateaalarming conuaacs cf aalf1 practice that tbe Heallv cured Mintlnc out a mod money with happy results so far aba mar be ra aimple ccrttfin ond eaVctaali W at otrta not a bottle having been retarnidi of core of which orerT aufferer no matter What mi And get jiarMMtn tithiajaad wui afty be may cara Ulnwelf chMpyj pri Eepainaf doaaat condition Tours truly vately and raaieaUf Indaetakj-Mtf-ltldntgen- J 0 Sept 27 1886 j Co Evans- - Ind Mendenhall W G KINGMAN A Ki DAVIS general CEM MiKE Â¬ well-intention- Â¬ Â¬ iW iH- tull Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Paducah has raised 1273 by Cowgill JjWVawf AtlIreVislt subscription for the soldiers re TlKK fWLVEBWsViil MEBMCAI aug26 lm yet they say that union and 08c Boa 450 4l Ann StKew York ai T a Hnaawlo for trtar aaat free eat aaV amount is not half enough What NEW CARPETS jnieattletar do yoa want with more The jea4ty ntw ywiptis boys dont want yoflr money nor your luxuries they only want HEW OIL CLOTH LOWER and LOWER to aee and talk to each other A NEW OIL CLOTH Allkiadsof Qroerie8- - katsfslelesA little hard tack and sow belly an exchange of terbaccy andlaad cheaper thaa ever before at at oheap at tat tkeapttUvI wlllatt kt and JOfKWITTiHO JJ ambergs bons Sept 9 4w nadml coffee will do sTIaatfAsf Ira IiTfrus nrrfttetBt Sold and warranted by J Ytt iff aWThie lectnr aboeld be In Utf heads oT every mmA avorv man In trie lavrtil nyA nader 8at pttu stoa on la m pUIn tnvtfop in or two recipt or roar cm dreM ftis ntitk rt - J m GRAYS dmuftf tim i MxthtnjH Streiii g tacDUXi Goofl rr J Fira Also -- j WdA atRackbettoBa Price 4- aaotto SSTSltIIWttaI T2Brv iaVkV- SB- specialty a JOHN FGRAY M Maritw lasataaca Momjmmy tka Eejaitabk Lift Iasuraaoa C6W tfKawYtfk flitflril c U i i 4 r - r 8rV y mz--i y i -- lJJ r f I 4 - w m i majMBttSRnBBitfNIIfffi A -- - s vri m