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know about the cuckoo asked a school teacher of little Johnny Nnffin cept he dont lay his eggs him Â¬ k v fi l i H 3 tEsudden little thrill of humble content JtABRTUfG Bcharlor When In Company Air for CoBSBtatlTes A VERY SAD AFFAIB jvarmed in her eyes and quivered into a so rmr We reprint from the first Worcester peaceful smile OR shnlmd Tinrtmnil nn DrX Ten Facta Kersrdlnr Boehi Harrlam Bennct in a commnni- - Tho fdition of Isaiah Thomas Toasr Han Who Wai Ambntbed by Little Pretty cation his I irarla Cor FbiladtlpbU Telegraph Out of the window the leaned and laughed Jsrttitn Medical Journal a ffrrlaiK Book onoof a juvenile Apmnoni laieanaiooitaaatKl sweet- I mean to be such a pood wifA Now without entering into any further Pocketvery popular whenset ofgrandpar Â¬ on the infltieaee of mountain air in tho A Rockland young man was courting a FooiWi and idle it dnuped Ilk a call our treatmeatet pulmonary consumption Horace she said gently argument on this much discussed topic books Into the crowded noisy street My darling I know it lie answered I shall briefly sketch the results of a few ents were boys and giris the following asserts 4jtfctemperature which exerts fat girl at the North End and had pro Â¬ Up be glanced at the glandnr face her And of those iions as they came under my very practical and simple rules for be- Â¬ tho most jawirable influence in the treat- Â¬ gressed very favorably with his suit am most mUsed of any Woo bail caagfat tie langb u It flattered and fell havior while in company The Mosiac ment ott Attrirjiij is a day temperature One evening ho dressed up in his best man on Gods earth to day own observation And ey Ujeye for a moment there carefully his hair and They BeM each ether as H by a apcll So their wedded life began Case No 1 is that of a titled gentleman style is very apparent raDnfI5iV55 dog to 65 deg or 70 slothes out to make combed weekly visit to 1 Enter not into the company of thy degFaftJJj4 sight temperature between started his tri who espoused after the usual prelimi- Â¬ All in a moment passing there superior without command or calling 45 And lMecfeetiIeeaptrday in other words that his fair one who is waiting in her parlor Two years afterward and half a city naries of dowry and settlements the nor without a bow All in tbatmeoteat something sew tho clip QBl temperature which are with fond expectation in her heart and a in mourning because of the pitiless daughter of a celebrated American Suddeol x teemed to find ita way 2 Sit not down in the presence of suthe mpff4Bathlcive to the nhvsinlncn cold in her head superinduced by tho After a few years of marriage scourge that tho hot midsummer days financier fluctuating weather This was as you And througnand through the clamorous hotffk cal J the Caucasian race aro tho lady died leaving for her spouso tho periors without bidding had swept relentlessly down upon it 3- That made hU clamorous busy day father of an only child a daughter whileSing not nor hum in the mouth also tha waif tjrorablo to tho treatment might say the prologue to tho tragedy A rrtaasKMIe and foohsb andawet And in a nearly deserted hotel where in tho presence of superiors of phfhidBBKjaraws attention to the It appears moreover that the fat girls Into eTery bargain found lu way fashion and beauty and wealth had fled Timo passed on and the husband con- Â¬ father Who is Worth manv thnrKUinrla 4 Stand not wriggling with thy body fact before the grim oncoming of the pesti Â¬ soled himself with one of tho most beauti- Â¬ hither and thither but steady nnd up- Â¬ tuMHIfiii naramoBg the peo- - dolkrs ia goodscggblo bonds andjis nf And throngh and through the crowd ol the streets 1rinlo pawing by lence two oeonle lvinsr dead vonntr ful and notorious members of tho demi-Â¬ right iDiSJ eI7 tooiiJ nnd 3y Aioirof mjawMt and seemed loaco monde of Paris and finally ended by u haudaome CteA in death with refinemeJ C Plav TCnkelheTiiorfllgskyr cr scacoast marrying her The famiy of the first thy fingers uotwfintinlvlilfft n mtmi vciMi ana uuumiy on ineir marine laces or feet Comes with whom Dr Bennethas lately nights previous been llie victim of some And the death roll that morning tele Â¬ wifo were naturally anxious to rescue the G In coughing or sneezing make as been iu correspondence states that dur Â¬ unknown miscreant whohad raided on graphed to happier Northern cities con little girl from tho contamination of her little noise as possible LOVE ing a residence of four years in Quito his hen pen with disastrous effect Sick step mother a influence and training tiined these names Mr Horace Van 7 If thou canst not avoid yawning where ho was one of tho professors at the of such foolishness ho had prepared a But tho titled papa set so extortionate Isabel Lad managed to get through Verst and his wife Mrs Isabel Lisle a pride on tho possession of Ins child shut thine mouth with thine hand or medical school physician to the hospital ghastly retribution for the fowl villains Van Verst while in an adjoining room with the ceremony very creditably in and engaged in active private practice and to this end he filled a big garden that her grandparents wero forced to op- Â¬ handkerchief 8 When thou blowest thy nose let ho only saw two or deedx SMo had succeeded in looking rosy healthy joyous and unconscious of pose a negative to his demands three cases of spon- Â¬ syringe with about a gallon of ancient Con Â¬ qneealy and elegant and Mr Tan Verst Jier awful loss their baby girl a year old sequently the daughter of the American thy handkerchief be used and make not taneous phthisis among the natives and beef brine seasoned with garlic and had shown all his pride in his handsome watcned over by one careful nurse while belle remains in tho hands of a woman a noise in so doing in all cases of imported phthisis from flavored with asafcetida and was lying another gray haired and tearful was who 9 Gnaw not thy nails pick them not syes when he looked at her tho seacoast that he met with the pro- in ambush behind a box where he could was famed for her depravity ever She had not trembled nor appeared in hurriedly making preparations to leave among the depraved women of the class nor bite them with thy teeth gress of diseaso soon appeared to bo sweep every approach to the hennery 10 Spit not in tho room but in the arrebted the least nervous but as her first brides- Â¬ the accursed fever stricken city He also states that in a large The young man who is pretty well ac- Â¬ from whick she sprung corner and rub it with thy foot or rather room without fire and with doors and quainted with the whole family thought maid jgaid behaved as though he were fair Theo Edmerton had taken up his po- Â¬ of Case Nor2 opened withaof prospect go out and do it abroad in thejhabit of getting married every windows open day and night he found he would surprise his girl by entering the happiness on tho part the newly sition at the foot of the grand stair case wedded 11 Lean not on tho chair of a super- Â¬ the temperature to oscillate all unexpectedly by the back way day the year houseis the pair The bride was beautiful situation tiiej ceremony she had gone and was rather enjoying looking on at gentle intelligent accomplished a de ior standing behind him Afters round between 57 deg and 65 deg Fah This 12 Spit not upon the fire nor sit too throughitfie tedious reception and stood the gay crowd that was fast filling Mrs vont Catholic and passionately in love Dr Bennet relates the case of a young 0 yet berkras grave yet pleasant while Willards parlors and especially looking with her husband Ho on the other wide with thy knees at it 9 marriedladyaged 26 whom he attended 13 Sit not with thy legs crossed but for two winters at Mentone her dear five hundred friends kissed her as was not tho first or the second or the hand was young and handsome and She was a TT dozenth time he had looked just so eager- Â¬ and took her hand and congratulated though he had sown his wild oats rather keep them firm and settled and thy feet native of Guayaquil but educated and at even her 5ier- - feminine friends who in their ly Of lovely Vivian Gwyneth profusely and reaped therefrom a plentimarried ni France where sho became a late Edmcrton had been passing ful 14 Turn not thy bock to any but consumptiveand finding s secret BouKwere envious of her good that her recov- Â¬ crop of debts there was every hope through a strange experience and fair place thyself so that more may be beliind ery atMentone Was only apartial one she luck InliaVing secured the handsome that under tho influence of his fair bride thee stately man beside her who filled his haired Vivian was very intimately con- Â¬ and in the enjoyment of a fixed and set-Â¬ a returned to her native country Sho has with 15 Read not books letters or other now beentwo years at Quito and has posities-and-d- id tho honors as a prince nected past it so intimately that during tled income he mightsee the error pf his A is the hennery 6 is tho old man these few weeks Edmerton had writings in company unless there be becomojrnite well and robust Bnt then of tEe blood royal might have done and c the syringe d is the come to know that that had happened to ways and settle down into a steady mem- Â¬ necessity and thou askest leave power in social at Mentone she lived shut up while at lightly turning to thonghts of young man whose1 name was ber of society As regards the fortune love as well Mm ho had thought never could happen 16 Touch not nor look upon the Quito she has lived financial and political circles and who he displayed as is usual in snch cases in the open air con- Â¬ as tho corner of the fence e had condescended from his high estate to him again after the desolate waste a vast amount of anxiety respecting it books or writings of any one unless tho stantly H therefore thinks the im Â¬ itself painted brown and is the house is the fat time in his lifo when Isabel Lisle had to woo lovely Isabel lisle munity or comparative immunity from refusing even to drive out with his owner invite or desire thee married another 17 Come not nir wlmn nnntliiw mxlo phthisis enjoyed by the inhabitants of girl sitting by tho piano and singing Aminow they were married and a and her mother He had thought never to renew his betrothed preliminaries were before all a letter or any other paper the elevated mountain plains of tropical CereJaony reception and breakfast were financial arranged the gathering darkness faith and trust in jo iieiiny countenance be moderately and sub tropical America from Mexico is Gaily up tho back yard overhand well over and Mrs Van Verst no hope nor wish woman He had had for fear of compromising himself Nor cheerful the young man neither langlnW nor frown to the Argentine Republic cannot be comes Silently in that the wreck that he could he well forgivo his future father-in-lahad retired to her dressing room to ambush the old man had believed himself in love and passion ing owing to mere elevation to barometric lies change her toilet of white satin and lace for so tying up the young wifes Cheerily the fat girl warbles 19 Laugh not loud but silently smile onditions inasmuch as phthisis reigns Quiet but awful is tho pearls and diamonds and white roses should ever be made anew And then dowry that it could not be squandered right into all the debris of his affections syringe In the ppon any occasion at all elevations even above 5000 feet for tSe charming traveling costume of Vivian Gwyneth However their hfe had come with sympa Â¬ smoothly enough wedded camo began 20 Stand not before superiors with on the mountains of Switzerland It uncertain light of early evening tho old ecru silk and Persian embroidered garnet thy and Then man sees figure stealthily drawing near rumors thine hands in thy pockets healing scratch not cannot either bo attributed to mere the pen With bated breath ho waits cashmere Until standing and watching her toÂ¬ of the conjugal infidelities on the hus Â¬ thine head wink tint tfiMi tliinn oni dry cold as the mortality from phthisis the onslaught The syringe sounds its Just a little to the surprise of the bands part of gross neglect and finally bnt modestly be looking straight before is greater in Norway Sweden nnd dreadful vivacious girls who were supposed to be night the fairest brightest star in Mrs and its deadly con- Â¬ Wyllards brilliant assemblage Theo of actual corporal ill usage inflicted on thee Northern Russia than in London or Paris tents fly through tho air like a wild and indispensable on the momentous occasion Edmerton knew his charming wife In the language of 21 Walkinc with thv srmai in in he loved her must then be owing to the ideal mad avenger A yell that tore tho azure It Isabel told them she really very much my information ho used to beat her house Until or preferred attending npon herself and nant of he was wondering what the rem a He the representative of upperhandgarden give him tho right or physiological climate which enables the robe of night fairly knocked the fat girl his heretofore unblessed life like of Back and walk not even with hiin entire population to live as it were out off the piano stool and as Isabel usually had her own way one the oldest and noblest houses of curdled the old be worth to Mabel and Maude left her with a loving would Vivian for him if when he asked Europe did not disdain to lift his hand check bijole but a little behind him yet doors in the open air night and day mans blood followed the discharge and lovely her love bIio should against the hapless lady who not so distant that it will be troublesome Why should not the Andes with a de- Â¬ when protest saucy little for her the neighbors rushed in tinder tho withhold it And she laughed and turned them own sorrow had bought him and paid to him to speak to thee or hard for thee lightfully mild dry and equablo climate impression that the Grant boom had For he had made up his mind slowly for him to hear j hich is unequaled in any part of the out and then with a price Tho end of the they during the past few 22 Look not boldly nor wishfully in world become the health resort of the bursted right in the neighborhood Begardless of the magnificence of Tier warranted in asking weeks that he wns whole matter is a legal separation Tho found the unfortunate young man paw- Â¬ her the face of thy superior uture trailing bridal robes unmerciful of the husband has gone off to his lady love ing the ground and screaming out awful He was almost sure 23 To look cared for rareand costly white roses she crushed him and yet if it shouldshe happen that and the wife not yet thirty and in the immediately upon one in company and Mexican words terrible to hear while the so whisper to another is un Learning to Head o ruthlessly this bride of an hour when she did not very fullness and perfection of her old man hovered over tho scene with a mannerly she had locked her door and dashed A young man of Trinity College Dub- Â¬ syringe jn his hands looking like an ani Â¬ An hour afterward he stood before womanly charms has taken refuge once 24 Whisper not in company down the curtains flung herself on her Vivian Gwyneth lin was by an apoplectic attackdeprived mated figure escaped from an allegory alone with her in the more under tho parental roof 25 Bo not among equals forward and ot knees beside the lounge in a perfect iragrnni Case No 3 is that of an American enrl tnepowerof speaking intelligently nail aim fernprv J2U vTtVtlofgfL- - taxdgnoTjJiiiiw4flBv fho bttoame the wife of a - nta-iha testacy of grief knelt there shivering handsome face pale with passionate house niter their owuers hod lonff ucuiu uin frenue aaoauame pleauv descent a- few years aco noblrof in tel where he stopped and whenlhe went stopped their nostrils with cotton and it and praying and who inpr his eyes full of masterful tenderness A Tmo Chinese Story stantly cut everyone of her former lucau on a inenu ue coma noi moice nis required the combined efforts of the fat She could not cry it seemed as if all as he told her how he loved her An American merchant who has been wishes known Ho comprehended every girl and eight friends to bring him to her tears had forever left her eyes to asked for her sweet self in return and acquaintances avowing her intention of henceforward associating only with tho engaged in tho tea business for seven Â¬ worn tuaiwassaia to mm coma reaa and it was some hours before ho was curdle around her heart She did not And Vivian nnd express his aristocracy lately Of able to inquire if the has had no teen even make the slightest sound but oh I think it was the sweetest way a wo- chance to associatelate shethe particular someyears in Hong Kong related under intelligently writing He wrotethonghts anybodyfairly when it struck meteor hit incidents which had fallen fluently in correct else with rawful unspeakable pent up agony man ever gave herself to her the loer that That night beneath tho darksomo she suffered until she wondered she did wluch she did in her own perfect way specimen of tho aristocracy who becamo his own observation iu China which answers to historical questions and trans- Â¬ not llie Oien and there nntil she prayed so proud so tender so charmingly shy her husband as tlioviire legally separated throw a pleasant light upon tho char- Â¬ lated Latin accurately but could not re-Â¬ shado of a cypress tree whoso thick acter of thebe little known people peat words after another person The branches tho struggling moonbeams God to Jet her die as she was or else re- Â¬ Before I answer jou she said lift- and while she resides in Paris in a rather Americans ho said tho best modest style he is to having move tho burden ing her glorious eyes to bis in a swift prominent watering be seen at half the fed and Iwst clothed peopleare tho world following sentencewas asked been placed vainly strove to pierce nn old mans tot-Â¬ before him ho in to read it tering form rested npon a spade nnd places And the why and wherefore was that radiant little glance before I answer driving tho most dashing of Europo It is sbsolutely impossible for them to aloud It shall be in tho power of tho silently viewed a new made grave He members of since the night and hour eighteen months yon let me show yon this the picture realize tho excessive poverty which college to examine or not examine any had just buried the syringe before when she and Theo Edmcrton of him I have loved all my life Even tho demi monde on tho public prome- Â¬ exists among tho agricultural population licentiate previous to his admission to a nades in bis open carriage iiad parted in proud indignant coldness as ababy I began to worship it It was of Northern China They have no food fellowship as they shall think fit Ho they two Whohad worshiped each other my ideal I hao worn it night and day Is Damn an Oath but rice and water nnd seldom enough read as follows And the be what in A Kan of Muscle as even fond lovers not often worship Would you care to have mo tell you Damn as a noun substantiative is of that There aro hundreds of thou- Â¬ the temother of the trorhotodoo to ma Isabel Iiislo had never spent one happy what you wish knowing what I have told In Upper street Islington London sands of them who do not possess twenty jorum or that cmibrato eni enikostrai an old regular word used frequently in moment Not once had she heard of bun you the Dukes Head was remarkable toward cents in currency in tho course of a year mestreit to kctra totombreidei to ra English writers down to tho first part of or from him He had disappeared as A gasping sort of vaguo fear crept the middle of the last century on ac Â¬ When famino comes and it needs pomtreido as that kekritest Tho same the seventeenth century Wo do not see thoroughly from society as though ho chilly over him in that one instant when count of its landlord Thomas Topham but n partial failure of tho rice crop to passage was presented to him a few days why so ponderous a word has been were dead and so how could she have she laid a diamond crusted gold locket tho strong man of Islington He was produce famine they are reduced to live afterwards and he read it as follows dropped by lexicographers In somo known that in his pique and stubborn- Â¬ in his hand a carpenter but abandoned it soon after upon earth and grass Lots aro drawn Be mother be in the handreit of the places as if we speak of how original ness and unyielding pride he had put And then he opened it to look into his apprenticeship expired When he had to find which of the children shall bo compestret to samtreiss amtreit emtreido sin lies heavy on us it seems a most ap- Â¬ the ocean foreign countries deserts be own eyes the picture he had given attained his full growth his stature was sacrificed for tho others We inherit with and the victim and temtreido mestreiterso to his eftreido propriate word tween them Isabel Lisle nineteen years before about five feet ten inches The first is brought down into the town and sold turn bried renderiso of deid daf dit des Adams nature the damn cleaving to it All she knew was he made no sign all She smiled in his astonished face public exhibition of his extraordinary for fifty cents as a slave tho parents trest He generally knew that he spoke Thi3 use of the word came down to our she realized was he had gone so far in You dont know no one knows but strength was pulling against a horse parting with it with a grief and despair incorrectly although ho was quite unablo American grandfathers and lasted even his displeasure as to give her no oppor my dear adopted parents that placing Ids feet am to remedy the defect After the expira- Â¬ till the time when the Continental cur-Â¬ I you lying upon his back andthat divided Up which are I believe genuine tunityyin her penitent relenting to be Isabel Lisles child but I knew against tho dwarf wall Female infants are strangled at birth tion of eight months he was so far im- rency was a dead loss So came the reconciled And now this fair bright Theo the first time I saw you and I por and Lower Moorfields Ho afterward in a hard summer lecauso tho parents proved Not worth a Continental that he was able to repeat the expression day flhe was Horace Van Vents wife think if I had not had mammas locket pulled against two horses and it was tho aver it is simply impossible to feed same by law after tho doctor as follows damn or dead loss And for short S4ejone rapped softly on the door I should still have known you from her opinion of Dr Desaguilers the eminent them and it is better for them to die in It may bo in tho prier of the college to Not worth a damn or bit of paper bringing Isabel to her senses Had it letters and diary I have kept Are you mechanic and experimental philosopher this way than by slow starvation erharine or not ariatin any licentiate se- Â¬ that was a dead loss It is not to tho been a minute or an hour since she knelt sorry I am mammas daughter that in a proper position he might have tell you of these extreme conditions riously to his admission to a spolowship credit of our American lexicographers I Was it possible was it possible there shivering writhing with longing kept his situation against the pulling of of their life to make you understand my as they shall see fit He subsequently that they have not recognized this origin pain and utter abandonment of despair Isabels child four without inconvenience story I once went with some English learned to pronounce it correctly with of a phrase peculiarly American and Then all the passion came radiantly Maud St TVHliss cheerful voice called Among the curiosities of the British officers duck hunting up into thesebarren the exception of the word power which that if slang at first having a basis out back to his pale face and astonished eves Museum is a pewter dish marked April regions Becoming separated from my he always pronounced prier in fact like a countless number of other 3 1737 words has been enrolled as a factor in A belated wedding present Belle a as he held out his arms caressingly Thomas Topham of London companious I lost my way and asked this dish made of our accepted language as gerrymancheck for 1000 or a Government I think your mother has given you to carpenter rolled up by the strength of tho assistance of one of the poorest of As They Average der has been The people did better bondI dare say seeing it is contained in me I loved her but not as I love you the hardest pewter these Chinese rice planters Helefthis The average boy believes that he may than their writers of primers grammars an eavelope oh my little one Vivian will ttju come his hands in the presence of Dr John work instantly and with tho smiling Cant I come in Desaguliers etc They kept the old He broke pieces of a friendly courtesy of which by the way be happy when ho is a man and can do and dictionaries Not quite yet dear Ill take the to me Will you give yourself to me words Damn means a loss in Ameritobacco pipy by the force of nis middle one is always sure in the poorest China- as he likes the average man finds that And she stepped inside the oSstretched parcel please She unlocked the door and received it arms and laid her bright head on his finger having laid them on his first and man at home Ho remained with me he cannot do as he likes and sighs to can parlance as above a worthless thenwith the first sob of pain that had breast and made liim realize that it third fingers Having thrust the bowl from noon till dark searching among think he was not aware of the fact when scrip Damnable for its general mean- Â¬ worthy of severe cen- Â¬ passed her lips yet she sank faint and was for his highest human happiness of a strong tobacco pipe under his garter the winding creeks and flat marshes for hewas a boy The average maiden im Â¬ ing signifies Only when used in a theological sure weak upon the nearest chair as she rec that fate had seemed so apparently cruel his legs being bent he broke it to pieces my companions When wo had found agines that most husbands aro indifferent ognised Theo Edmertons handwriting in all those past dreary years which by the tendons of his hams without alter Â¬ them I handed him a dollar a sum larger to their wives and that a wife may keep connection doeB it imply what Puritans It most certainly is not She did not at once open it she could now in one little moment blotted out ing the position of his legs Another than he would own probably in two or a man a lover until he is old enough to suppose And except by the impo- Â¬ swearing bowl of this kind he broke between his three years He refused it nor could all die the average wifo finds it about all not for the cold trembling of her hands forever sition of Puritan signification it is not sho can do to bear and train her children first and second finger by pressing them my persuasions force him to take it She sat there her heart seeming to stop Ho took an iron together sideways its beating until a girlish voice as some- Â¬ My religion ho said bids us to be cook wash sew and keep her house in cursing And yet wo remember hearing The Cunning or the Fox half decent order kitchen poker about a yard long and kind to strangers and the chance to obey and twice a year people using a phrase whoso history body passed tho door speaking about the Many enrious anecdotes are told of the three inches round and bent it nearly io the rule comes to mo so seldom they knew not say I do not care a time of trains roused her again into a that I visit her mother who lives six miles away craft of the fox some of which are ngjrA right anglo by striking upon his bare dare not destroy the good deed by taking The S duge teacher imagines that never cuss meaning a curse Freemans sort of desperate defiance to herself yet was one so tired as he nor had a Journal Catholic 2Tcw York left arm between the elbow and the pay for And then she toro open the envelope doubt apocryphal but others doubtless true Naturalists assert that it has been wrist Holding tho ends of a poker of and read this How many Christians might learn a harder lot and endured it better The Jewish Health Without any doubt you will be sur Â¬ frequently authenticated that tho fox has like size in his hands and the middle of lesson in humanity and faith from this average parent of the average scholar thinks that in some things tho prised toTeceive my most elaborate con- Â¬ counterfeited death to escape capture it against the back of his neck he poor follower of Confucius Dr S Gibson medical officer of health present teacher might be improved for the Holbnrn district in his report gratulations on the auspicious event that I have been told a story of this kind brought both extremities of it together Tho average on spinster believes has given to your husband the sincere within a few days by a person who claims before him and what was yet more dif- Â¬ past year states that whatever A Shrewd Old Valet that nobody but herself knows just how for tho the cause there is no doubt that ficult pulled it almost straight again undivided love of your heart and bestow that he was eye witness of the affair may bo Some fishermen on tho West coast of He broke a rope of two inches in circum- Â¬ The greater part of the stories which to bring up children while the aged a Jews life in London is on the average upon yourself the title that means in relate to the gains and the losses of game Â¬ grandmother realizes that most people worth twice as many years as a ChrisÂ¬ yonr case that your affections ore so Ireland were in the habit of going to a ference He lifted a stone of eight hundred sters are tragic rather than comic One have to bring up at least two before they tians The Hebrews of the metropolis surely so sincerely placed npon a gen small island a few hundred yards from the main land in quest of bait The pounds weight standing above it and which belongs to the category of the lat- Â¬ can know how to bring up one properly tleman so worthy are notoriously exempt from tubercular taking holdlfcf a chain fastened thereto ter is reported from Monaco A certain The average man or woman who has and scrofulous taint It is very rare Then therein of icy fond sarcasm sud Â¬ island was inhabited by largonumbers denly ceased even the correct elegant of rabbits and could bo reached at low Topham exhibited the exploit of lifting German Baron belonging to one of tho never had tho care of children wonders that one meets with pulmonary con- Â¬ tide by wading the water then being three hogsheads of water weighing 1831 best families in Mecklenburg was one how people can have their houses so sumption among them Tho medical handwriting changed into a hurried only a few inches deep One morning pounds in Coldbath Fields May 28 day so lucky as to gain 300000 francs cluttered up andbudgeta in every chair half illegible scrawl officer of one of their lnrgo schools has Isabel what have you done My they went in their boat quite early it be- 1741 in commemoration of the taking of He left the tablo hastened to his hotel and they imagine that a persons bump remarked that their children do not dio Could vou ing high tide and on landing saw a dead Porto Bello by Admiral Vernon in the and at once locked up his enormous sum of order must bo small indeed who can in anything like the samo ratio as Gen Cod tchat have you done The fur of the presence of the Admiral and thousands in a cash box On awakening the next not successfully manago by moral suasion tilo children and in tho district of not have waited a little while You fox lying on tho beach have ruined my hopes my happiness animal was all bedraggled and ho seemed of spectators Topham had a loose wife morning what was his dismay to find it any five ordinary boys and girls Thoso Whitechapel tho medical officer of health my faith and trust in woman You have to have been drowned One of the men In a fit of frenzy after beating and stab- had disappeared as well as his old valet who love and havo the care of children has reported that on tho north side of killed me killed me May God forgive remarking that his skin was worth some- Â¬ bing her in tho broast ho inflicted Jean who on a hundred occasions had know that thoy are not like grown peo High street occupied by the Jews tho you and if ever I prayed I pray now thing pitched him int the bout several wounds upon himself and died given proofs of his fidelity and his affeo plo but must havo both playthings and averago death rate is twenty per 1000 Procuring their bait they returned to in the flower of his age August 10 1749 tion for his master As it was the Baron pets and physical and mental exercise tliatl may forget I ever loved yes that while on tho south side occupied by the main land and the man who had I love you more madly than over found himself short of monoy and tele- Â¬ even though there may bo a budget in English and Irish it is forty threo per possessed himself of the fox seized him Dont Flavor Yonr Butter Too Much Such a letter such despair and such graphed to his father for assistance ac- Â¬ every chair and muddy footprints on 1000 hopeless bitterness such anguish of mis by the tail and flung him on shore As tho floor So it quainting him It is too true that unless we adopt the his adventure at tho same time with averago each is comes to pass that on an eery such pain of anger and Mrs Van soon as the auimal struck the beach ho improvements of tho day and look carehappy in his own conTis was the answer ho ceit and Resting Verst crushed it in her hand till the picked himself up with considerable would not change hinif elf his Dont disturb yourself after our interests wo shall bo left received I met a student toiling up a mountain Â¬ dead fox and shot off like a fully paper was a mass of broken fragments agility for a Jean is hero with all the money which views and his lot in life with aiy ran back ground as His face was flushed and the perspiraI will forget him I will not go to flash up among the cliffs while the men in the But why is it that to quality andÂ¬ you think you have lost Ho fearod that Western creamprofit tion was starting from his brow my husband with such thoughts in my stood staring at each other in mute as your louis would go the way they had A Sympathetic Man price brings Wo What are you doing here I said heart My God I will be true I must tonishment The men concluded that ery butter because a better uniformity aro come and little liking the anticipation of its Resting was the reply and he was The proprietor of one of tho great res- Â¬ be true Oh make me make me true he had crossed over to tho island during told it is The butter is made from of he has come hero to keep the treasure day taurants in Paris was sighing and lament- Â¬ not jesting with me to him and dont let me swerve Heaven the night when tho tide was low in quality safe You come too from week to week under tho Ho meant what he said He was ing at the door of his establishment help me search of rabbits and finding in the to day always free from brain weary He was tired of books and Some liabitues as they were going out And with hands clasped and lovely morning that ho was cut off from the same conditions and impart unpleasant Thick with the Nobility would of the narrow walls of his study Ho asked him what was the matter Ah eyes uplifted she stood one moment mainland counterfeited death with tho anything that Two Gascon soldiers are boasting to Messieurs four persons have just gone wanted tobo in the open air to develop loving Father laid His blessing of expectation of thereby procuring a passÂ¬ flavors Milk set in a farmers kitchenÂ¬ until a will absorb un each other of their conquests in tho place where it lists away without paying for a sumptuous his muscles and rest his nerves Tho endurance and patienc and earnest age to tho shore in the boat an expecta- Â¬ or in anyodors from cooking vegetables yu old by says one dinner which they have eaten That very toil of climbing relieved tho pres Â¬ mlovo resolution and consciousness of His own tion which was fully realized Boston pleasant from tobacco smoko or from clothing there s a httlo baroness that just dotes is unfortunate but you need not dispair sure on tho brain Physical exercise strength and presence upon her heart Commercial Bulletin fully charged with the odor of tho sta on me Baroness Alt so violently says tho other replied the resta- stilled the throbbings of thought and that was sick unto despair bles cannot make butter free from un- Â¬ disdainfully I tell you tho urant-keeper in a tono of distress it care and gave him an exquisite feeling Hah an hour later she looked up into a girl who lately died at Caen pleasant flavor Wo complain of low called on a Duchess that is other day I is not on my own account In soft on me I am rich of relief her husbands face as they sat alone in France the whole of the thoracic and prices received when we ourselves aro to and no sooner had I entered her boudoir But vfj waiter Messieurs my private the coach that was conveying them to abdominal organs were found completely blame The flavor of the butter is af-Â¬ when bang in comes tho old Duko with room waiter the father of a family who Small things pleaso Deep learning the depot such a good grand face that inverted the heart being at the right fected by the feed of the cows We lay an ax handle and while I was bolting has nothing but his place to live on He will make you acceptable to the learned accompanied the character no woman side and the liver at the left while tho wo- - out I stumbled and fell right the blame at tho door of the dairy into a ket- will have to bear the loss and not I but it is only an easy and obliging behavior could come in contact with and fail to usual position of the latter was occupied man when he who feeds the cow is re-- tle of soft soap she had been boiling that And he sank down on a chair and melted and entertaining conversation that will thoroughly revere and admire And a sponsible dt me Bvomacn aaa ine ppieen icw Jinalana Jlomestead afternoon into tears make you acreeable in all companies erf dp the ivnnew fj I please s said the young lady timidly as thirexchange editor handed her a chairDhaye composed a few verses or partuilyTeoaposed them ancM haye thoughtyo might help rw finish them and Mien print them Ma RfLVA thev are real BJWtiaa far m lioir m J o pases vne II you lit FctrT dcJig wcJjir ana pa one was a a beantifal blae ll pr tli a rinft tp Htnf T VlTllf1nf t jagieeyerj day And wtm olorw us vpllniw na Â¬ May I show ycf L ajoses ife 1A creature with a crowning poetrr contin- Yottwillseo at aP verses and if yoatjffvald please lat Knua rxt 4TA JPHEOS Je Â¬ y Â¬ w wh-s-s-- p Â¬ Â¬ -- -i- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Xlf if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ itorfel t tho spiWBtfitiBwt flboL i i ioewiiaenngr pwalstfflltld2pexEa5a3wojrI ir sumt 2u tne iu music Help hen Well he should soucue anu onuie Mr boy saida conscientious teacher smile do you know the TTlA riraiibta mna lflra tltia alio ing to whip yon reason why am go-Yes replied the went on aking courage from his eye hopeful Isnnoose its bemuisA rnnrn Hew tofUy awert the autumn air The d jiog woo Uacd fill bieRer than am And future turns from resiles can A Mes Wisely of Texas packed her To anti bilious pilk added the ex Â¬ valiso while her affectionate husband change editor with a jerk Just the was snoring and walked off with aman thing It rhymes and its sb You take named WelL Aclearcaseof Sheloved anybody now All the people you meet not Wisely but too Well A telephone operator suppose you know best inA when asked to say grace near Haverhill at a rnpted the yonnggirL Ihadnt thought other day horrified the party dinner the in a fit of of it in that way but you have a better absent mindedness by bowing his head idea of such things Now the second and shouting Hello hello Force of verse is more like this habit The doTe cyed kne upon the moor What is the first thing to be done in Iok tender meek and aad While Irom I tie TUe y comes toe rosr case of fire asked Prof Stearns Sue Of the mateless liver pad roared the the insurance company promptly an Â¬ exchange editor There you get it swered the boy at the foot of the class That finishes the second sniu tn mntMt whose father had been burned out once with tho first It combines the fashions or twice with poetry and carries the idea right A colored man came into Galveston home to the fireside If I only had your newspaper office and wantedato tike the ability in starting a verse with my genius paper How long do you want it in winding it up I would quit the shears asked the clerk Jess as long nnd open up in the poetry business to- Â¬ boss Ef it dont fit de shelves as it is I kin morrow far a piece off myself Think so asked the fair young Iktbodcce your intended lady It dont strike me as keeping up saidhis friend me to not my intended Sho is tho theme she is Pshaw you were You dont want to You want to huggingmy wife and kissing her almost in break the theme hero and there Tho public Yes but we have been mai reader likes it better Oh yes Where only a you keep up the theme it gets monoto- Â¬ ried she wasMonth and had forgotten that my wife nous She Are not you going to bathe Perhaps thats so rejoined the beauthis He No I dare not ty brightening np I did not think of She morning He My heart is affect- Â¬ Why that Now I will read tho third versa ed She How dreadful But is there How aadly dying day no cure He seizing the long songht Aa night spring from the glen And moani eg twillgst seems to aay Yes say you will be mine chance The old mans drunk again wouldnt and go and have a bathe this very inÂ¬ do would it asked the exchange ed- Â¬ stant She does Judy itor Somebody else wrote that and Have you given electricity a trial for we might be accused of plagiarism We your complaint madame asked must have this thing original Suppose minister as he took tea with the the old we say now just subpose wo say Why lady Electricity said she Well did I spout my Ben yes I reckon I has I was struck Is that new inquired tho sweet lightning last snmmerand hove out by of rosy lips At least I never heard it be- Â¬ the window bnt it didnt seem to do me fore I dont knowi what it means no sort of good New Teed its new Ben is the Look Presbyterian name for overcoat and tleman tohere said one Galveston gen- Â¬ spout means to hook Why did I sjout who have another those De Smiths moved into my neighborhood means whtAU I shove my topper That is just what twilight would must be one of the toniest families in Galveston What makes you think think of first von know Oli innt 11 so Well abont fifhr tmwit1 afraid thats just immense on them That Well 111 leave it to you said the must havo one day last week been on the first of the month glorious girl with a smile that pinned They get everything on credit tho exchango editors heart to his spine The bakers cart was standing by tho This is tho fourth verse door minus the baker Little cherub Tlic merry milkmaids sombre song climbed up and looking into the boxes It ecluics from the rocks As silentlr she trips along feasted her eyes on cookies and jumbles With holes iu both her socks by innumerable O Ise a good mind to Jove cried the dehghted exchance ed- Â¬ take a cookie But that would bo itor You see very wrong said nurse reprovingly Oh no no remonstrated tho blush The baker wont see me But God ing maiden will Not that solemnly I know bnt hell Certeinly protested the exchange never tell the baker Quincy Argo editor wanning np Nine to four shes Wht Uncle Mose the got em nnd yon get fidelity to fact with is the matter with you what inlook world You like a a wealth of poetical expression The drowned rat remarked Gilhooly worst of poetry generally is you cant massa in hebben must need dis Olo olo state things 5 just as they are It aint darky Had a berry close call Fell off like prose But here weve busted all de eend ob do Galveston the established notions and put np an de debbel ob a time gittmwharf Had actual existence with a veil of genuino Ole rheumacky niggah liko out again poetry over it I think thats the best skin up a wet pile wuff a cuss me cant Was idea weve struck yet there nobody there to help you out look at it as you do But of I dont Not alibbinsole and ef courso you are the best judge Papa had debig luck to be dar I jest hadnt myself de thought I ought to say crabs would be a disfiggering dis ole As silently she trips along voter right now cnllud la autumn yeSow tracks Wouldnt that do DecoratiTC Art Do Just look at it Does tracks The ono unfortunate thing in house rhyme to rocks Not in the Brooklyn Eagle it dont Besides when you say decoration nowadays in the opinion of tracks and rocks you give the impres- Â¬ Mr R W Edis is the everlasting seek Â¬ sion of some fellow heaving things at ing after some novelty in papers cur- Â¬ another fellowwhos scratching forsafety tains or other hangings Everybody Socks on the other hand rhymes with wants to have a room different from their the rocks and beautifies them while it neighbor Decoration is being done as touches up the milkmaid and by de- Â¬ a fashion not from any real love for it scribing her condition shows her to be a Of course we should not like to see room after room repeating itself in decoration child of the very Nature you aro showing but why a few really good papers should puI think youre right said the sweet not be the ground work of true artistic when the narrowness of angeL I will tell papa where he is decoration wrong This is the way thefifth verse worldly circumstances prevents the more elaborate and more extensive hand deco Â¬ runs ration in paint or distemper and let the And close behind the inrmf rs boy rest follow from the design there is no Trills iorth his simple tunes And slips behind the maldn coy good reason 11 that suggestion should And splits his pantaloons done it be adopted there might be hope for real know just exactly how it is art decoration instead of the cold formal- Â¬ bless your heart you ity and everlasting interchange of two or Snip snip snip Baste paste paste three colors As a critical writer on art But it is with a saddled heart that h decoration has said If the papers on snips and pastes amdj Ids exchanges ourwall3 and the curtains we hang in our now The beautifulnsion that for a rooms were even at second hand but moment dawned upon him has left but the record of tho fresh impressions and the recollection in his heart of one sun Â¬ the graceful fancies of artists of our own beam in his like quenched by the showei day instead of being encumbered with of tears with which she denounced him mechanical pattern work struggling to as a nasty brute and went out from him be artistic it would be better than all forever Brooklin Eaale the present miserable striving after nov- Â¬ elty Not to have what yonr neighbor possesses is the bono of decorative art A Good Chanel for Solitude New York Times tho Faiut inwest Atlantic 184 miles vent of St Hilda and 297 nearly due Court Plaster miles from the nearest port of tho main The Scientific American gives the land of Scotland there is a granite stack following directions for making this use Â¬ which rises to a height of seventy feet above the sea and at a distance has been ful article Soak isinglass in a little water four hours mistaken for a vessel under saiL The warm evaporatefor seventythe water by nearly upper part is inhabited by vast numbers then heat dissolve all residue in tho a of sea fowl Tho name of the stack is gentle strain tho The great sand bank from little dilute alcohol and open linen Rockall which it rises abounds with cod For whole through a pieco of moss should nearlv two vears a man tVirnnrrli flm The strained Now stretch abe a stiff jelly pieco of silk columns of the London Spectator has J when cold on sarsenet a wooden frame and fix uccn caumg iuu uueimou ot various or scientific societies and individuals to the it tight with tacks or pack thread Melt to the silk thinly tho suitability of Rockall for a meteorologi- Â¬ and jelly and apply it evenly with a badger hair brush cal station and has been offering under second coating must bo applied when certain conditions to reside there alone A first has When both the for a twelve month and take a series of apply over driedwhole surface aro dry two or the With a foundation of sev- Â¬ threo coatings of tho balsam of Peru observations enty feet above tho Ben or even less ho Plaster thus made is very pliable and says there would be no difficulty in fixing never breaks a house upon Rockall that would laugh at the wind and spray One chamber A Timely question wotdd do and it could be made of stout timber locked to ringbolts or to be built On his way to his apartments he H connected by telegraph stopped under the window of a pawn- Â¬ of concrete to the main land Rockall wotdd this broker on Sixth avenue and with violent person thinks be an agreeable residence knocking and shouts attracted the atten- Â¬ and oven in its isolated state it would bo tion of that estimable tradesman who endurable enough if the occupant were putting his head out of the window ire cheered by the reflection that he was a fully asked the business of his visitor pioneer in a noble cause A little money I want to know the time cried tho would be well spent in trying to make curator What do you mean by waking storm warnings more reliable than they me up to ask such a stupid question have been of late Besides meteorologi- Â¬ roared the pawnbroker Stupid ques- Â¬ cal observations an observer posted on tion I howled the curator clinging to a Rockall might if properly instructed be lamp post I like that Where else able to throw a little light on oceanic should I ask for time havent you got circulation temperature c my watch The Hour yie-vp-tn- TqjVhod Trjftdavkecciikkkii excTianco jHeIp ier kind as to h2p mciJc bo so ed- - neve even iiiit self Accoediko to the national debt of the world this old terrestrial ball is worth abont ninety cents on the dollar by public auction Lowell Citizen Preceptor after a lectnre Now what are the principal things that are ob Â¬ tained from the earth Pupil wid disÂ¬ ciple of Izaak Walton Worms sir A fellow over in Columbus was asked to bo pointed to a dyo shop doubtless having some summer clothing on hand and was directed to the hospital Wheel ing Ijcader It is tho dastardly young brother who remarks Sister Sals all the fashion now Sho wears a horse belt round her Tm I I 9 I Â¬ difoj-a-t- ni y-BeiiT 1 Â¬ f tiaaBLaLaBLaMLaBlaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaBLaLaL it n ht t rijtAiBrfSMis8iiaka- - v si I THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY BY THE NEWS Noted from the Dailies The coaches in Philadelphia carry passengers cheaper than the street car Mr Geo W Bain the Kentucky temperance orator has been electrify injr Chicago Give V GEORGE WARKETf It hat J and KENTUCKY HICKilAN Correspondence of the Courier Journal fearing they miy have the gripes on the The many friends of J L Berry FOIXOWIIVG OFFERS Puipcmi Ky Nov 23 Weitern Ken- brain if an answer i delayed I propose and lady assembled at their eleuaut Orncs Tlelnie Building Clinton Street tucky by winch I mean in this connec to answer An Inquiry made in tho homo on Parallel street last night to tion the section triiTered by the Klizi- SPW B3 RTI WfcZflH Ihe Oldest Newspaper in Wetlern Kentucky Courier of Nov 2iJih 1880 I do thi celebrate with them the twentieth an fc Ed 73CYJ hetlitnwn ami Piidiicih rnilroid including UV9m C R because I conceive it to bi a du niversary oT their wedding day Twen ihe whole of tle First Congressional Dis siuipy trict is about as quiet a section ns can ty I owe to Mr Vaughn for dnif ty years ago last uight away back in George Old Ben Butler announces that he well be imagined Scarcely a town in ed the bill which has disturbed the Kentucky the couple were married tlis interested 2 has retired from politics JrooJ for prise section is of propress in any enter- mental eqilibrium of the distinguished For thirteen years they had lived in Subscription orfenturo and the visit caused them to loco AchNon respected and honored by or who comes here is almost ns far out of gentlemen and the country Moreover the all Identified with all our public en the world as if he had gone to Morgan or so many nights sleep DEC 3 1880 FRIDAY The heavy advance in cotton the Pike county It is truo that in common piece was intended as a side sling at tcrpristlor years ono of our most Ttaparo Bl Carb Sem to with all Kcntuckians the allgbtlr dirty TVblto color It tam T Geo B Crittenden died at past week made large fortunes for of the Purchase is ever honest yeoman me and in all such cases I have the honored and trusted judge the name Gen ready to start right to come to tho foro appear white examtaed T H of Judge Berry stands high in the so many large dealers elf tint a COMPARISON WITS in pursuit of the ignis fatuus called poli Danville Ky last Saturday been amued nt thsJjeMory cial aui business world of Atchison I have cotn abjc ah CHiTBczr HAItXJXEXl The Signal Service Bure9U by its tics which Charley Kirk used to say was of this report about a bill tapeal 8KAPD Will taovr It was a merry psrty of earnest and tho dlHeroHCC Next week the paper will have the timely information unquestionably the greatest obstacle to progress in this Now it first sincere friends who gathered with them to A live Congressional contest with the charter of the city State See taat jonr TTakfar Sd doings of Congress to talk about white and PtlRE asaaoald bo AX I two or three independent candidates the gained currency I do not know but it last night and the occasion will bo saved the sugar crops this year SUBSTANCES Bse fc diniLAK election never to take place would un- was gobbled up last spring avid food It B Haves 8150000 richer for The Secretary of War and Gen doubtedly do more than anything else to ity as a glout raorceau bywithcertain long remembered of the A gimnla 1st Mm trtt of the i Â¬ a event a num As a memento Trine ot differtnt bnnda of Bod U to amain n not having fed the gluttons aud wind SrHrman are clamoring ior Coneys make the Western Kcntuckian hippy gentlemen whose chief object in life is ber of elegant presents were left with desoert rpnonfa of nch kind trith bool a ptaSl Then every man would have constant oc o inter Ihot preferred in dear itlaaw rtirite bags that pester the national capitel to increase the strength of tbe United casion to Air his opinions of men ana to abuse me and the report the host and hostess Among them until all is thoroughly dissolved 7tliien sa rlcras fauotofclB Butter la tha inferior Betevrfl things and to relate how bis father used circulated that Jno WiNon had was a majolica pitcher from Mr and States army be shown after settling soss rrentr afe to vote for Mat hew Lyen and Wiley P tried to slip n bill through the LegisThk Paducah Enterprise declares sooner byths milky sppenranccortbsa Mrs A Park and a majolica tea urn The Lunatic Asylum recently Fowler and Linn Boyd to say nothing of lature repealing the charter of the city end tbe qnaatitr of Coating SoekT for Thoi L- Jenes for Governor in A beautiful gold from Mrs Pennell wrdisg to quality I have felt a Presidential candidates After a while it as china set of eighty pieces was the gift Ha snra and ask far Church ft Css i 1883 A long time in advance Mr burned in Minnesota was fired by one higher respect for the partiality Ken of Hickman ce that their name is on tha package 7 SMasa less a good of the inmates because tbe managers tuckians have for politics since I have sumed another phase and threats were of tho following friends M F Howie will ret the purest and whitest mat Enterprise but nono tho The whispered around that wheu Mr Mrs Glass Mrs A B Parker B P begun to regard it as their religion ot tbis wltb sour miiK in preisrsnaa va J gavo him a cold supper selection fowder saves twenty mass iu eon ttau who reveres the memery of Jackson Ynughn camo here to give an account Knight Mrs S DD Smith A N Bee one wind packiso tx vafcuhta I Â¬ or Clay or Crittenden thinks of those of his stewartxhip in September The troublo yet continMoo and read canf ally r lat Simpson Mrs James Donald Mrs K TnE Tennessee bondholders who of- ues Arms worthies ns belonging to a higher order lus SHOW THIS TO YOBS 8IMKU arekdistributcd to of creation than the present generation sai wjs towbe tackled in nthe court - house K Blair Mrs J P Brown Mrs W n fered to take 60 cents on the dollar Â¬ tms same Dili coon aitrctnat D Davies B F Hudson Mrs J W Govern Old Hickory probably never dreamed of avmt the Land from the State prior to tho late elecbecoming deified but thousands of our or about the same time a legtslatTT Allen J M Covert Mrs Charles A ment is sendingTHBPuoops best citizens to day never think of him aspirant who thinks he will gb next Stuart Misses North 11 B Drury A tion anconnce now that they will not Judge Lindsay Governor Stevenson otherwise than as a divinity ami to say time tho the heavens full took up F Martin Dr Logan Herb Dever A take that amount They will now him or the principles to PLEASE CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES Isaac Caldwell and Congressman Car Â¬ aught against which he swore By the eternal were the report without knowing anything B Decker Mises Ene J E Lewis probably demand dollar for dollar about its truth or falsity and has told A C Carl on Fred K Brown A B lisle will be candidates next winter worse than sacrilege Given a yearly Congressional it would The leading daily papers report for James B Becks seat in the U S little to these contestwhether theirmatter all over this county that Vaughn MeQneen Mrs D Auld Mrs Luken fields passed a bill through the lower hniue GO TO THE people Mifses Leo Mrs Talbott Miss Lavilla quite a number of failures among bus Senate were planted and harvested their mines of tho Legislature repealing tbe char Smith J M Lloyd Mrs J Tuft opened their rivers navigated or their einess houses and manufacturing es Â¬ ter of the city of Hickmaa without Mrs Laney Mrs Denning Regnier The colored people of New York towns connected by railroads tablishments lately They occur too have issued an address demanding that consulting any of her citizens and di- Â¬ Shoup Mi s Wysong Mrs Park Dr If ever a good people were mis lates orPHASiCAN ANDSURGEON the outrage Next the and Mrs Linley Mises Greer Mrs often to read pleasantly considering Gadield appoint one of their race m a judged by a nowspaper correspondent charge upon HICKMAN appears in the Hickman Cour Glick Miss Coplan Miss Seaton Mrs KENTUCKY the great business boom over the coun member of his cabinet Senator Bruce certainly the Courier- - Journals cor- Â¬ ier over the signature of A A Paris C Tiffany Mrs McCleary Mrs Ful his Professional Services to try the citizens of Hickman and vicinity is the ono suggested How many Alex ler respondent is guilty of that wrong and many citizens awf a Never mind though you and who Master Warrie and Johnta Berry a The Democrats will control tho next The average citizen of the First Con The Supreme Court of Baltimore Ex Senate of the United States by one gressional District cares nothing about need not call names every body set of silver knives Clifton Berry a set bai disbarred a lawyer for lying N Ontten Dr knows exactly who but you want an This is a remarkable circumstance vote and the Republicans the House politics comparatively and this state answer in plain English and without of silver forks and Florence Berry a Offics over ITolcombesdrng store Res pair of nut crackers and if imitated in other States and by seven Hence no extremo parti of facts no one should know better delay here it is idence Moulton sU near Court House The Iafriot extends its warmest alvrays Cttrea mad Bevo DiM4afea4a cities might revolutionize the courts san legislation can be made Mr C M Vaughn never introduced congratulations None deserve them than the- publishers of newspapers TBo worlda great Faia RHTar where tn justice is supposed to be ad M D for Han avail Beaat CLea epaVefe T The indifference of our people to into or passed through the lower house more and may it have oecasion to The Republicans claim that several mad rtllaWe of the Kentucky Legislature a bill re ministered HIS PROFESSIONAL SER things political is evidenced by the pealing tbo charter of the city of score many other such happy events low tax Democrats of the Tennessae for our honored citizen OFFERS to the citizens ef Hickman and Atchison small vote at each recurring election Hickman Kansas Patriot vicinity ABOUT half the negroes who went Legislature will vote with the RepubNo bill repealing the charter of Ofce Corner room in Laclede Ilonse PITCHERS CASTOBTJLii licans for a United States Senator their apathy in attending political Many present residents of Hickman oqt to Kansas last Enmmer are starv- mchl4 o The the city of Hickman was either intro remember tho marriage of Judge Ber Children grotf fet Narcotic election of Mr May meetings and speakings ing and freezing to death while tho thus securing the by either branch upon Mothers like and Physic cause for this indifference wo believe duced into or passed ry to the beautiful and accomplished other half are on the ragged edge of nard of the Legislature of Kentucky clans reconimond CASTORIAi lies in tbe fact that tho politics of the I never drafted a bill asking the Miss Addio Hubbard in 18C0 and ten- Â¬ despair The Kansas papers state Yanderbilt has found this country It regulates the Bowels ctura day is not practical enough to suit the Legislature of Kentucky to repeal the der congratulations to tho happy that the scarcity of fuel at some points too small for his ambitious railroad Wind Colic allays FcTejrisbJMW practical business drift of the public charter of the city of Hickman RSSjyliSSfsiSi and destroys Worms couplo where tbey are locatedhas driven operations and is planning forexten Now gentlemen the issue is fairly UiUHUiiliKidijnuuuuUiUi uiuiuiinm mind Instead of being indifferent as them to burning their huts to keep sive Canada connections There is a and squarely joined In your anxie Â¬ Governed too Much TO BUY YOUR to whether their fields are pktnted or ty to injure and shelve Mr Vaughn from freezing to death little boom in Lake Shore and Erie in Detroit Free Press harvested their mines opened their in order to make way for well the London market Every river in Ireland is private Medicines The Anderson News puts forward rivers navigated or their towns con no matter who you have spoken that property Office in Millet Block If it is a fishing stream Drugs Many Kentucky papers are abusing the name of W K Bell Circuit Clerk which was true or that which teas not the owner ALL operotions performed in the most nected by railroads the facts are that either uses it himself or lets of that county as a candidate for Clerk Gov Blackburn hot and heavy for the majority will not lose a day from true introduce your evidence and let it to sportsmen and denies his tenant FANCY TOILET ARTICLES artisiio manner Special attention givn i Hie Paducah his continual use of the pardoning of of the Court of Appeals the people see which you have done the riuht to fi h in it Yet the tenant PINE PERFUMES to jnlv4regulation of cbtldrens teeth fff 79 businessjto exercise the great right oi How much time do you want to un u lsl News Wo always thought tint the power to pay for as if it cultiva SOAPS If the politicians of tho day earth the great mares nest you have has land Theitroads andwere areas of eK m ilr Whats tbe use the people have Gsveenors great big kind heart might suffrage PAINTS ted tho C promised them something as to the gloated so much over OILS made up their minds to elect Tom the railroads aro also charged to the prove his worst objection as Governor navigation of their rivers opening My friend Alex keep in a good hu tenant as DYS STUFFS part of the estate and yet Poore of Ilickraan eonnty tbe best of the State Attorney mor over this dont you get mad un- the tenant must pay half the taxes on mines and developing their country AKD REAL ESTATE AGEiVl clerk in the State and the Gibralter Just run to the the roads to keep them in repair and CIGARS AND TOBACCO There are in circulation in the Uni their would be more interest manifest- Â¬ less you want to HICKMAN KY Democroc intend to run bim from smart Alecks who posted you and the landlord has already sold the land ted States 342003451 in National ed Tbe people are surfeited with sen in whose interest you made this at- to the railroad fe Giber and Mm Cn Warners eend to cend Rasors Real Estate Bonght SoM Rented Ez Poclcct Knives companies for cash Bank notes 8346681010 in Green- Â¬ timental politics and the old cry that tack upon Mr Vaughn and let them tlbrmtrht lr Crottfi KlOnn CVtk1 changed ami Taxes Paid preparauoa a vegeiaoie Iho world for ana us si KrisfefB B rrmMiT in The dama titled The Passion backs and the amount of gold and the country is ruined bankrupted and furnish you the evidence which proves c Senator Thurman is spoken of as SEWING MACHINES Diabetes Mjwmi ALL fHrtwo Uycar andn urn permanently located in JTick Play is a representation of Christs silver com IsVJol6u571l Only 3 disgraced unless A beats B for office uriBArTfiMWi T or anybodjplse triefioa the politician whoe name was never 33 Te3tlmonlali j3HPn7ill practice in nil Ihe Courts ofoLhew statements of too blcbest ortat ta fore the flast Legisature to commit connected with that of a railroad s on the stage The bank failures for the year 1880 And has partly lost its terrors The cor crucifixion Prescriptions Accurately Compounded of the first Judicial District d ForTh cure of BtaJberes sail or 1 any outrage upon ar talce any ail van nera SaXe Diabetes Cvreu and tha The collection of clnims and investiga New York theatricals who have ar Â¬ still tbe country prospers Jerusalem is soon to be lighted with enTFor tbe cure or Bria tifa respondent of the Courier Journal tnge of the citizens of Hickman and Store of tion of real estate titles made n specialty at the aiseasFS caii ior vi ranged to present the play in Boothes and la Tor Core Tbe minority stockholders of the probably gauged tbe people of this if they fail to do it my friend go home gas nnd a horse railroad is to be run to the top of the Mount of Olives WARNERS SAFE BITTERS theatre have backed down from the Nashville Chattanooga railroad have District by his own measure or else and read the fable of the Monkey and It U the best Blood PurMsr sad stisnlaasf H A T very function to more bealtaXU asUan aasj Chestnuts If you have a friend for A M Dr II Henderson has re programme owing to the great indig brought suit against the Louisvillo Is thus a benefit In all diseases fell in with a squad of thriftlsss whom he the way signed his church in Sun Francisco you are trying to It cum SferonUoaa and Oder t9 Brsjac nation manifested by tbe people and Nashville for control of their road politicians and estimated our people to the next Legislature pave i3 and Diseases Uouand other SkiraIncluding Twshiots CI in the name and will returu to Kentucky this winter ren o rtTsivrusla Wealmeaaoftba the press Tbe Jew of the city also Certain directors sold out a majority by their caliber The reverse of the of God let him come out like a man HICKMAN KENTUCKY Constipation DusIikk General g CO The immense herds of cattle now in Ilr etc- - are cured br the Motm regularra protested against tbe play ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS of stock to the Louisville nequaled as an appetizer and loeae Nashville correspondents representation is true and run on his own merits not on the CO CO the northwest are suffering on account Bottles of two sties ences see aad Dont stoop to entrusted to their care ST -- H and the minority now come forward and that is our people caro too little demerits of Vaushn WARNERS SAFE MERVIBK The great Money King of the Office Millet Block this dirty work of trying to push some of the heavy snow They are cut off Quickly Tires Kest and SBee to the autajrlaK cures Hradssae and JfeortUcla scersaja country bad a perfect storm of excite- Â¬ alledgiog that Directors of a company about politics Our politics is bust body bach in the mud Dont show Irom tho gress era O CQ Enllaotle sjlta and relleTssMui 10 area bu Â¬ that your friond is afraid of Vaughn 3 m S3 entrusted with the management of the ness our religion is business tiution brought on 07 exceasrrs ariak avss Van ment in New York last week It has been determined to erect a wora mental snoexs ana otaer c I l3 O Powerful as It Is to stop pain and soctae whole have no right to sell to tbe in siness is our meat and bread and by trying to shelve him first monument over the supposed remiins derbilt lead the bulls and Jay turbed Nerres it ntTer injures tha whether taken In small or lam doses I do not know thnt Vaughn has any of Christopher Cnlumbu in San Do- Â¬ who helped elect henceforth we dont care a euss for ATTORNEY A I LAW Gould tbe bears of tho market It jury of the minority Bottles of two sixes prices Me aadfaUM Tho Dominican Republic anybody or anything political except idea of running for the Legislature mingo WARNERS SAFE PILLS is thought tho Yanderbilt wing came them HOT next year I have heard that he made starts the movement with a subscripAre an Immediate and active stimulus ssrav Collector Real Estate Agent TerpHtrwr and coreOoUTTaenBitavaV as a matter of business off winners a good representative that he was ac- Â¬ tion of 10000 The transactions repre A committee of the Liberal Repub louatts autoes sss HICKMAN KY raaa Valeria 9tms J tive vigilant honest industrious so sented over two hundred million dol- Â¬ lican organization visited President JLrsa and sbcsOa - Will attend promptly to all busl I llBBsnuJIjl BaB sadused wneaerer tfe VI tA COrVGItESStlAXS PERIL CD be Irving nail Democracy is disposed ber always at bis post and watchful CO bowels do not vpvtm lars and many a man whose wealth elect Garfield in Washington- - and ness entrusted bim in Southwestern o say something like thi when ad freely awl ret Diaery tr1 of tbo intere t of his constituentKentucky and Northwestern Tennessee taw 1 numbered in the hundred thousands presented an address urging civil ser Hon J no XV Caldwell In Reel that ho was a working member such dresing Garfield and the Republican all Sam av laenas PPtTwSTMHM IP4 Special attention given to the investiga H foot LnKo found himself at the end of the week vice reform that is not to appoint or tion of Land titles nnd the purchase ana m f 1 BiMaOa being the cae if he docs run thus I party By Grace nre ye saved through uMtttnaUitSataB X and that not of yourselves it is sale of Real Estate rTRTiTTSSsa aaBBaB ta UMh nm Jan8tf o remove any man solely for political broke One of the most enthusiastic sports Â¬ prophecy That he will beat nnd he fraud o M lilaaaaMaiWMlaMaaJasaalMMaaaWaSam OWVMTJet the gift of John Kelly Virden CP S4 reasons Garfield responded saying who left here last week for Reel- - ought to eithsr one or both of the Pi vpi4a94jsnw i H KJ S raaSBjarsa7SBB BQaHEIEB X llccora The Louisville Democrat prints an he hoped to have the co operation of men aspirants who have maliciously circu tSwrwft W SavTilSzlaV VI CD foot Lake returned Saturday morning lated these reports about liiui so in- Â¬ CQ extract from the Hickman Courier Congress in establishing a legal basis The Republicans have discovered fully satisfied by his first experience fernally and disgracefully that one of that it was an outrage for Fair to carry and argues therefrom as if the Courier 11 so that even the President could not with camp life He reports an acci- Â¬ them will retire and the other wirh he Nevada by the use of money and that M was in favor of disbanding the Demo remove any capable or faithfu officer dent that we imagine went far toward was burried 300 feet deep on the san Â¬ Fair is a very vulgar person While cratic party This is an nnjust infer- Â¬ This is humbug No 1 The party O of North Curolina Sharon held the State it never occurrcooling the ardor of one of the party dy shores I regret tho necessity of this wri ed to them that it was grong to use ence and if the Democrat had read the which elects will always have their Retntl Denier la CO Hon John V Caldwell and another ting and if the reports and misrepreG B Mark that money in elections whole article it could not have arrived partisans in office o B gentleman were out on the lake in a sentations had beeu of myself alone p CD at any such conclusion We simply A shooting affray took place at MaiA Kevr Bnalirupt skiff As the canvass backs approach- Â¬ I should not have spoken but justice m jlBSiaBfc1a3nsBBLm Mo Thursday week whioh re Â¬ want the Democracy to strike boldly W The abuses of the recent bankrupt ed the other gentleman being a little to Mr Vuughn demands this much den Keeps ia stock at all times fresh and for tbe old landmarks and not cater to I have answered without sulted in the death of one of its citizens which was repealed with sucWood excited put two loads into one barrel from me choice Groceries Provisions Canned and O jBPasatavnsBsaBsa a Mr Crawford and the accidental every passing breeze for temporary results were so scandalous as to array ot his muzzle loading gun and as the consulting Mr Vaughn Fresh Frutsvc Country Produce bought wounding of Capt Haynes Tho VI nov7 and kept for sale Now gentlemen tote fair and and creditor alike ducks came overhead he arose to his aaiost it debtor success Â¬ was done It was repealed with the hearty ap feet and turned loose his howitzer into please answer in next weeks Courier shootius Dan Smithby tho town Mar Headquarters jor all Kinds of School Â¬ following question How many shal and the flock The shot was psrfectly the TOE following is the part of the proval of all claries but false inferenAmerican manufactured cotton goods ces were most likely drawn from this harmless to tbe ducks but the shock citizens of Hickman signed a petition Books and School Supplies Mississippi river bill which specially unanimity Many of those who be caused the gunner to execute a couple to the Legislature fer the law to build are to day sold in the Manchester EEPS all kinds of staple and fanoy Im- Â¬ lisved applies te this immediate section that the principlo underlying of first class somersaults and land on a Gravel Road for which we were taxed shops at prices less than the same kind Combine tho choicest cathartic prindpleej near Hickman of cloths from English manufactories proving New Madrid Reach forty tbo bankrupt law was a correot one his head into fifteen feet of water to the Cemetery in medicine in proportions acccrateJy adÂ¬ justed to secure activity certainty astl and yet we aro told that the existing mies long Works for contracting the did not bclievn ibe old law oould by His sudden dive caused the frail craft Kentucky anl Conreciioneries Will be pleased to uniformity ot effect They are tha result TJTJflJr Jno A Wilson tariff is essential to the encouragement VI see his old customers and will both suit channel and protecting tbe banks any amendmenr interpretation be to upset and our dignified Congress of years of careful study aid practical ex Â¬ ML bu Â¬ man fousd hinifelf floundering around any intelligent made acceptable of American manufactures Such stuff aro lthm in price and quality Call and see periment andveretVtho mostenectnal rem Â¬ 776000 for outfit superintendence siness community The expenses wero for diseases cause by edy yet disco us Quick sales and Small fronts IVcrmla CrooHcrtnens in the lake with a pair of heavy rub St Louis is now choked up with derangement of the stomach ltrer and insneetion office expenses and local very large and the delays were out ol ber boots on his gun in his hand and Wont be undersold jan4tf DEALEU IX fClcavland Leader Rep bowels which require prompt and efloo grain The elevators are lull to bursttual treatment Ay ex Pitts aro j surveys 147000 total for New Ma Â¬ all reason Under ihe law as it then a belt full of loaded cartridges around Col Fair the millionaire carried ing and transportation hard to find rially applicable to tliiH class ot dlseaios M drid Reach 6923000 For closing to stood no remedy for theso abuses was his waist Ife managed after a hard Nevada for the Democratic patty pure This is the usual Iu ck of the western They act directly on the digestivo ami II was necessary to begin struggle to anchor to a cypress root ly by the use of money practicable assimilative processes and restore- regur lie is an il- Â¬ producers nnd it will be the means of their former heights the gaps in the ex at the beginning and when tho bill to lar healthy action Their extensive usx aijd Miscellaneous by physicians in their practice and by isting levees between the head of the repeal came to a vote the opposition near at hand and hold on to the same literate Irisbrain who made his money filling the pockets of eastern jobbers School until another skiff came to his resoue by luck in mining He found thnt and speculators Tho grain will go to all civitiwHl nations is one of tho many passes and Cairo 8065700 cubio yards was insignificant proofs of their valuo as a safe sure aud The other skiff would not hold both of his money alone gave him no stauding money eventually though it wait a Coffeo Sugar Molas Â¬ the Tin PTntiA fnf o liantrrnnt lflW 14 the swimmers and the other man who among tho cultured and respectable tho time for the KEEPS Flourbest Bacon c to be perfectly reliable purgative UH dicine of earthwork at twenty three cents Lard Being compounded of the concentratotl mouey to come io it long found in Hickman Having no partner virtues of purely vegetable substances per yard 31855111 add for con tin That it distributes the assets ofrn in was a gentleman from Troy had to be class In order to pain that coveted tbey aro positively free trom calomel r to divide psoitis with wtl sell goods the solvent debtor impartially among the gotten into his own boat which was social portion he made up his mind to An interviewer after a hard strug any injurious properties and can be gencies S161SS9 total for repairs of cheaper Speciality in Coffees Green creditors nd that it does this with no half full of water Tho party in this go to the U S Senate Ho found that gle could only get what follows from admiutstered to children with perfect Ground and Roasted Cne and see for existing levees 2020000 Bafetv unnecessary delay and littlo expense condition rowed about two miles to his brains were not sufficient to carry tho newly elected Senator Hon Joseph yourself AVers Pills aro an effectual euro for Judged by this standard the recent shore No serious result has yet fol him there so he fell back on the use E Brown I intend to try to secure Stationery Wall Paper Pic Â¬ SgyCounlry produce of all kinds taken Constipation or Costlvciiess InUU VoIp The Popular bankrupt law was a disastrous failure lowed their untimely bath The party of vulgar money to aid him He had appropriations for the improvement of in exchange for goods or Cash pestton Dyspepsia Loss of Appetit fraarl5 The newspapers furnish the follow Foul Stomach and Breath Dizzi- Â¬ Courier Journal is expected home in a few days agents all over tho Stale openly our harbord and rivers In the Southhis ness IIendachr Loss of Memory Â¬ ern part of the State we have vast tim ing statement taken from the official HP a HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Numbness Biliousness - Jnundtca Congress will have to guard the probribing voters paying as high as S37 ture Frames Rheumatism Eruptions- nnd Skin A Funeral Sermon each and in that manner succeeded in ber interests which need only bettor returns from every State of the Union posed new bankrupt law rigidly or it HICKMAN KY Diseases Dropsy Tumors Worms Thero is something of a sensation carrying tho State for the Democratic transportation lacuities to bring us Neuralgia Colic Gripes DUrrhosa last Presidential election of the will meet with universal oondemnation Dysentery Gout Piles Disorders ot in Talmanville Gi At a funeral the ticket His competitor Senator Slyu millions of dollars Public eduoatiou Pocket Cutlery Toys and Fancy CjTDCiU 10 4f lJf4 DEALER IN the Liver and all other diseases result Â¬ be intro other day Rev Berdan Hayes in the ron a so called Republican usefl mon will also be one of ray favorite objects 4430014 One of the first bills to Hancock Marble ing from a disordered stato of the digesÂ¬ talian and American grave I am for selling tho public lands and wUj iJ duced in tive apparatus ey in tho same muoner but did not nrcTcr Congtess after it meets is a funoral sermon said monuments tomb and Goods 9044 Dow As a Dinner Pill they havo no cqtzaL bid so high as Fair consequently he devoting the prooceds to tbe educa bill abolishing what is known as the STONES This poor man was a sinner he was beaten Tho best thing that could tion of the masses Scattering Wliilo gentlo in thuir action these l93 Mint Bureau of the Treasnry Depart- Â¬ The negroes must Â¬ Amer fine lot most thorough and search Garfield ter Hancock 3401 Total did not repent and now he is suffer- be done if it were possible is to send bo educated and as the General Gov- Â¬ HAVING received aMarble Iofam pre- - Tills aro tho that can be employed andÂ¬ STREET HICKMAN KY CLINTON ment and the transfer of the statistical Italian ing cathartic vote or the United States 9192095 His both of theso bribing derangogues to ernment freed them and clothed them ing the tortures of the damnod never give pain unless tho bowels are In Â¬ pared to fill all orders Call and examine portion thereof to tho Bureau of Sta soul are in flames that will flamed ami then their iufluencu U heal Â¬ our work the penitentiary to serve for a term of with new responsibilities tho General Tho uffritig anong negroes in Kan tifitics and that which pertains to the body and ing They stimulate tho appctito and never end from the country promptly At this point the widow yoars at hard labor for resorting to Governmont ought to bear tbe burden DOrders dtgostivo organs they operate to purify ias is said to be tcrriblo at this time Treasurer of the United States This shuddered and cried out but the mayJlt filled JtgySend for copies of my New Reduced Tho negroes have and enrich tho blood and impart ro Shn of their educainn bribery nnd fraud in elections The fcarcily of fuel at some points action besides eausing a largo saving newed health anil vigor- to tho whole That is a hard ron is the alleged Republican Senator iho right to hold office and I expect Vrice LuU of Jtctnre frames Lhromos where they are located has driven them to the Goveanment will put the regu preacher continued system thing to say to the mourners but it is from Nevada who was never in hi to aid some of them in getting office Brackets Croquet Sets and Base Balls for Sale to burning their huts to keep from lation of the coinago of tbe Govern1878 PREPARED BY DR J C AYER fi CO Tho husband and father I Large numbers of ment whero it properly belongs A gospel truth seat but draws his pay and what little in preferenco to sorao white men freezing to death Practical and Analytical Chemists is in hell bohevo I have said enough Y u know Liko honor perains to the position them are crowding into the towns that bill looking to this end has already Lowell Mass Several of those in attendance left Fair ho is a vulgar ignorant monied that I am au original secessionist I Urgent ap been prepared and is said to have re- Â¬ are already overcrowded SOLD 5Y ALL DRCeCISTS LCUl WllEHS KENTUCKY STREET nothing to tako back I accept have C A llOLCOXBC peals have been made to tho railroads ceived tbe sanction of tho Treasury tho building and some say they will snob constantly on hand for hire Sold by ed the constitutional amendments and KEEPS sale to give them free passago to Mitsouri officials never again listen to the preaching of O space to name all articles but no LOWER and LOWER A New York physician publishes it reconstruction measures in good faith whence they will try to make their way HORSES BUGGIES and HACKS trouble to show poods who is evidently a a1 a faot that Kenuokiatjs aro never I mean to abide by them in good faith the Rev Hayes e All kinds of Groceries bams sides ft scem hack to their old homes Thankful for patronage heretofore ei Jay Gould has just paid 2500000 Come and see at tho corner of Troy I will not b The world and Moscow Aveuuc East Hickman Ky tendod him he solicits a eontinuance of as cheap hs the cheapest that not more than one in a hundred i fur another railroad and is watching monomaniac verging to imbecility and afflicted with gout they escspe that We havo a new South JOHN VTlTIiSQ underscM same ly moves 1 am going to move with it disease iu toto jan j a lunatic asylum through tlw wiuter able Iv sub-ijo opportunity to buy mote roads 1 Â¬ Â¬ For tin- Courior PotHlci mill wn nsli Nothing Mure An Enquiry Answcrd a dicp interest phys ITpprr piitucklatic Feelingmental welfare ofin the A F A icil and Tlilnk nl Un 2 3 and many citizpns - PLKASANT HOURS A IBapy Kvcnl In tlipSnrlal Life ol Judge 1 I Iterry BEST v H 1M -- THE WORLD I v pU-1 and La i j THE HJfygxgumy V m3wFf vlH Â¬ Warren Editor I Price of Â¬ Â¬ - For the next THIRTY DAYS Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ inIand Â¬ LeagHPthe I Great Reduction in Blankets Great Reduction in Flannels Great Reduction in Overcoats Great Reduction in Linseys Great ReducMon in Cassiiftere Suits Great Reduction inLadies Cloaks Great Reduction in Heavy Boots Great Reduction in Jeans Great Reduction in Heavy Shoes Great Reduction in Dress Goods Great Reduction iiuall Woolen Goods DRUG STORE DR A Jl FARIS tiiCk QoWGlLIi wfcsiannt Ctnte iK J Â¬ tksHiK - Â¬ W Phmmer Â¬ Dr DENTIST A M PARKER Patent lYlaJirtU rz I Â¬ Hiighleite Wilson at Jnw Â¬ Â¬ L Â¬ BTJOS COWGIUi R o Tyler Si 3 Attorneys at Iaw it w 1 llf 1 r L HANDLE Â¬ 3 Q - U o 9 3 8s New New New Â¬ Â¬ lair Â¬ sQ EJ Staple and Fancv lv Hi ifpHSUih MalllXBaaH yatfBHaIrlaaaaaaV J W ROGERS GROCERIES R METHENY Cathartic Pills Â¬ EERrP AfJV Family Grocery and Provision Store - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ and Livery Stable Â¬ W DIESTELBRINK Wm Family Groceries B Plummer -t -- N - - 4gfrmr OaBSKS5C5X3aeB THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY DEC 3 1880 Local Hems art eoamunleatlons on public priatea oat not responsible orseEttjBMU or expressions of corres pndfcT mih BMneosather - rpt where we refuse to give HwUbsb merchants claim a large iacrMe4 trade oTtr last year TflrjwiBebted to T P Fortune Co eitherBBo6 r aoeoant are requested to comeforwardand settle n2G 2t A Mr Qwibb and two of his cbil drenof Pad u cab were badly poisoned last StWrfjT bj the mold on dried beef The Hickman Social CiUB Some of the citizens of Hickman have organ- Â¬ ized what is termed a Social Club for mu- Â¬ tual enjoyment entertainment and re- Â¬ freshments nnd have established head quarters at the Frank Miller house Clin- Â¬ ton street Members of this Club are inducted like unto other secret organiza- Â¬ tions and each pay an initiation fee of 5 00 Each member can renew his stock at nny time by tho purchase of shares not less than 20 The Treasurer has the duty of arranging for the supply of refresh ments and the comforts of the members generally including fires lights c Gambling or any kind of games for mon Â¬ ey is positively prohibited Each member when he joins subscribes to the fol- Â¬ lowing Â¬ John null has resolved to try moral Â¬ suasion on Ireland EomincicinT Hickman Cincinnati ETC to 3 cents Hickman St Louis Fresli and Pure MANHOOD HOW RE8T0R3DI JUST PUBLISHED a new edition of Dr CcrvERWELia Celebrates Ksat on the rad ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impotency Mental and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy and fits induced by self indulgence or c sexual extravaganep The celebrated anther in this admir Â¬ able Essay clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successful practice that tho alarming consequences of self nbuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the applica- Â¬ tion of tha knife pointing out a mode of cure nt once simple certain and effectual by means of winch every sufferer no mat- Â¬ ter what his condition may be may care himself cheapley privately and radically This Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land Sent under seal in a plain envelope to any addresa post paid on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps Address the Publishers TIIK CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New York P O ISox 4583 HOW Francis Murphy the great temper ance apostle was the subject of a grand ovation at Pittsburg last Satur day ed in raiding the lottery LOST Fridat coirikr vfmce Dec 3 I88C CODSTttt PItODCCE HcnSe DRIED FRUIT Apples 2 Peaches 3 to 4 cents PORfw In New York the polico are engag offices and to break up Ouold friend W Dtestlebrinlc is a cmndi4teiier coancilman He is an old resident clever man and would make a faith ft ee as oilman OUR eaferprislBB friend J W Rotors Is bow receiving a splendid lot of fresh Groceries which he is offering for sale the Terjr lowest prices at Tho Libbj prison Richmond Va has been told for 6000 and will be nsed for lohacco warehouse This haS oeen published 399 times and yet keeps on t rattling JJr W A Stnbblefield or Calloway county under sentence for Tiolation of the revenue laws has been taken from FadueaKto Albany N 7 where he will be confined for two years Mr Elisabeth Thompson of New York has in sixteen years giren 600 000 for the benefit of tho poor It makes us poor fellows way off here feel good to kBotTthat that there are each creatures ialhe world WE hare jnit reeeired a fresh supply of Faaey Caady Toy Pistols c which wewill sell as low as the lowest orSS 4t J AMBERG SONS Rer Mr Barret Episcopal Eran gelist for the Diocese of Ken tucky has beta preaching a series of stria ens at St Paals church this week He is an active worker and am able and entertaining speaker Hog killing has been going on brisk Seed Cotton 2Ja3 Ijjor the past week The weather CORN is active cents firm We quote nnd bag beea extremely favorable and we choice while corn shelled and delivered may rely tzpoa havlag good hams at 40 cents yellow 27 cents per bushel WOOL in demand at 45 cents for choice sjtiifeoalders and sides aezt aammer FOR SALE Ott RENT cheap DWELLING HOUSES in Weal Hickman Se9AU those haying my wheat or bran SACKS will please return them at once feat er in the Tennessee Legislature deS 3t a N WHITE Mr Warner is the obIj Greenback Now the arerage Tennessee politician must of Btcessity split on every important is aae but exactly how Warner is to maln tainthe State characteristic we dont an derstaad MOST complete line of Heating and Codtiag Stores of the season to be found t J W CORMAN COS Hoa H A Tyler and Mr H C on the grand Southern ex Â¬ Wednesday morning The form Antonio Texan end the XgSe to latter to New Orleans and will be absent ereral weeks Aaherg left cursion sn I Robert Dallam stabbed John Lsn dram at May field last week while quar frtjtlalive with a bad cut just abort his fcecrt They are both young men and wiH rlig over election bet Landrum is thanghtcf jt JHOSE Dolmans from New York hare arrtTcd Call and tee them fct2 J H PLAUT BRO Oae half the cora crop of this sec tioa it yet la the field and a good per ceatagt of the cotton remains nngather cd The wheat sowing has been cut Tery abort though some farmers say they will ow as late as February if the weather will aet permit earlier Th Rer N P Ramsey Presiding Elder will preach at the Methodist Church Saturday Bight Sunday morning and sigtTtit being the first Quarterly Confer CBctfer Hiokmas Station All the official hi embers are requested to be present on 8aturday night Sacramental strike Saaay morning That ara soli lower at J Amberg Sons than any other place in the town Silver Plated Baiter Knives SUverPlUed Desert Knives last of Holiday Goods Irery Handle Desert Knives Ivory Handle Dinner Knives White Boae Handle Dinner Knirea Gold Plate Scarf Pint Gold Plate Bib Pias Gold Collar aad Caff Buttons Good kid Gloves for Ladies and Men Bsrlia Gloves Back Gloves Gents Scarfs Ties e sov2S 4t J AMBERG SONS A school for instruction of youths ta nautical d education is to be established Â¬ in New Orleans in order to take ad vantage of the act of Congress placing a training ship at the disposal of that city This will give the boys along the Missis Â¬ sippi a chance to jine the navee The Rt Rer Bishop Dudley will preach at the Episcopal Church to day aad to night Friday 8rd in it at the Btual hoars During this visit the rile of confirmation will be administered to can didates Bishop Dudley is one of the Biost tloqnent and able divines in the American pulpit and should have good Â¬ audiences children happy go to J W ROGERS and get a can of fresh Mackerel only75 cents If yea want to make your wife and Bpl30 f treat Hiokaaa has a surplus of money in her treasury to pay eff the matured bonds of the city debt and would gladly dis count some of her bonded paper but the owners ask 105 and prefer holding at that The trouble is the authorities cannot use this surplus for any other pur Â¬ poses aad must let it lay in the treasury until the bonds fall due la Pennsylvania there is a law com palling relativesof the poor and dieabled to support them by a contribution pro ra Â¬ ta This law means that if a man is poor bang all his poor relations on him and keep him down for they are the kind who generally are blessed with poor kin A law compelling one to care for mother father and very near relatives might do plows G00alG00 decorated arch of horse shoe form and AT RICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION fronting the audience The whole per- Â¬ formance and surroundings were neatly The best grades of whisky kept at rea- Â¬ gotten np and passed off without a jar sonable prices by The News extends its kindest congratu- Â¬ np30 J W ROGERS lations to the newly married pair wish- Â¬ white We still hold the lead and can show the most elegant Stock of CLOTHING erer ing for them the good luck of having their brought to Hickman besides being able to fit the smallest three DRIED FRD1T Hides and Furs in good pathway through the journey of life UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT year old to the largest mm A fine line of strewn with flowers free from nil the demand at St Leuis quotations Tresident R B Hayes minor cares and vexations incident to Vice President Wra A Wheeler Last Wednesday an election was humanity Obion News Secretary of State Wm A Evarts held for President end Vice President Secretary Treasury John Sherman For Councilman Secretary of War Gen Ramsey of the United States The electors W Dicsllebrink announces that he is a Secretary Navy Thompson Will be found in this Department chosen in November mot at the capi- Â¬ candidate for Councilman nnd says that Secretary Interior Carl Cliurz while electioneering through the HickPostmaster Qpncrnl Horace Mitynard tals of their respective States and man Courier dont cost a great deal and Attorney General Charles Devena elected persons to fill these two great treating not at all as it used to he would offices STATE OFFICERS The vote will not be counted like to know how many good friends he has who would like to have him for a AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF until the 2nd Monday in February Councilman Gentlemen remember the Governor Luke P Blackburn 1881 but we presume tliejresult was 1st Monday in January 1881 Lt Governor J S Cnntrcll Secretary of State James Blackburn GarSeld 214 Hancock 155 and Ar- Â¬ Assiet Sec of State Thos G Harris thur 214 and Englioh 155 This is State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tate the way the people in November diAttorney General P- - W Hnrdin rected the votes to be cast Rei ter Land Office Alph Slielden MESSRS JACKSON DeBOW KLINE LEVI GOLDBURO AND K IRK ut Instruction j D Pickett Sup FRENZS OLD STAND PATRICK will be pleased to wait on all No trouble to show goods Stat Printer Elvis Porter Mn Hayes on Billiard All kinds of Mrs Hayes has made many improve- Â¬ COURT OF APPAELS ments among others the billiard room STAPLE ANO FANCY GROCERIES Pryor Chief Jutice Tho Cofcr has been added iff the conservatory usually kept in a first class house at bot- Â¬ HargiB Thomas Hines and tom prices Judges and windows opened into the latter FANCY CAHDTE3 DATES from the State dining room which MINCE MA A T PI CKLEU adds much to the comfort and beauty CRANBERRIES JIOMINY GRITS Fu Ion County Court II C Bailey NE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON THE RIVER eld every 2d Monday in each ndge of the latter Mrs Hayes seemed to c Coffees Soaps Consignment Solicited nonth take a good deal of quiet pleasure iu Will not be undersold Special and prompt attention giren to the shipment of all kinds of Country Fulton County Quarterly Court II C informing friends that the billiard ta- Â¬ Will pay full price for Butter Eggs c Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan- Â¬ Produce Lire Stack etc may9 79 ble was wcil provided for in a commo uary April July and October MAGISTRATES COURTS dious room in the cellar It is safe to 1st District Esq Donaho 2d Saturday infer 6he i not an admirer of the game In rear of building Perfect order kept ih March June September and Decem- Â¬ and only innocent amusements allowed Esq Hammond 1st Saturday in ber flayea and Garfield ame months Garfield has seeo the President two 2d District Efq Goar 3rd Saturday in larch June September nnd December or three time and has diseased with sn Miles 4th Monday in same months nODSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED REFITTED REFDRNISnED him the advisability of certain views 3rd District Esq Reed 3rd Monday in THIS thoroughly renovated Convenient to river and railroad and attentive March June September and December walclrkept and altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section and recommendations which the Pres months IV TUKNEK ident has thought of including in his UHS 1IICIUIAN KEXTUCKT QBu Eq Mayes 4th Saturday in same 1st Mon Â¬ may 79 4th District Esq Dickinson message President Hayes has indi- Â¬ MR WILLIAMS takes pleasure in an- Â¬ day in March June September and De Â¬ cated a desire to farther any purposes nouncing to the public that be has just cember Esq Baynes 4th Tuesday in same months or policy which the incoming Presi received a full assortment of 5th District Esq Boaz lpt Wednesday dent may have at heart and lias also CONFECTIONERIES in March June September nnd December intimated that wherever their views He has also employed first class cook Esq Collins 3rd Wednesday in same were ia harmony he wonld like the Meals served at all hours from G a m to months new administration to carry out or 7 p m Regular boarders accommodated Gth District Esq Jones 4th Wednes Â¬ dec3 day in March June September nnd De- Â¬ continue any line of policy which has by the week Esq Thos Bradshaw 2d Wed- Â¬ cember been a feature of hi administration nesday in same months is said to be the first time that a This retiring President has paid the courte CITY OFFICIALS y to his successor of consulting with Tyler CCVLL and SEE the nice Ready Mayor II A George Warren City Judge him as to his views and President Mndo Clothing at City Attorney R T Tyler Hayes has set a very good example in tf J AMBERGS SONS City Clerk R E Millet the matter City Treasurer T P Fortune FOR THE FINEST Conncilmen T M French A A Far Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can is C L Randle W B Plummer Garfield nnd Civil Service Re- - Meats and Pickles call at W T Buckner II S Campbell W ROGERS J City Marshal Chas nackett Mr Dorman B EaToo who was a Wharfmaster Wra Young 3STotice member of the Civil Service Commis Chas Hackett Markrtmnster Co All parties indebted to Steagala City Tax Collector Saml Landrum Jr sion came to Washington several days are requested to come forward and settle Sexton Peter George ago and his presenco has been taken and thereby save cost We are compelled Dist School Trustees J W Corman to indicate that the President would to have money to meet our indebtedness and Jno W Con gill in his messago advise some further Very respectfully COUNTY OFFICERS action by Congress to promote the STEAGALA CO novl2 County Judge II C Bailey cause of civil service reform which he County Clerk Jno A Wilson Sheriff B It Wnlker has always had so much at heart This 25cts Lower than the Lowest Circuit Court Clerk T M French view is also taken in connectibs--it-h 1 have no clerk ezpensss no store rent Assessor Jas Bushart the very sound and wholesome opinion and pay cash for all my Groceries and County Attorney ADKingman as to the tenure of office expressed by therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- Â¬ Jailer Frank Thomasson Lone Gen Garfield on Friday last to the est Best brands of Wittenberg and Master Commissioner J A Wilson County Surveyor Robert McConnel representatives of the Independent lie Star Flour 25 cent cheaper thin the low Â¬ est JOHN WITTING Coroner publicans of New York who called Circuit Judge Edward Crossland upon him If after consultation with Commonwealths Attorney C Thomas TAKEN Gen Garfield President Hayes should A STRAY by Andrew Shuck liv Â¬ determine to recommend Congress to ing in Fulton county Kentucky G take action in this matter tho Demo milps east of Hickman on what is known cs oot DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF crats in Congress could not do belter as the Shuck road ONR RED cTEER with than to signalize thoffast months of whitfnee marked with under hit in the TTIRITZ SCIinOKDEH right ear No other marks theircontrol of the two houses by the ceivnhle two years old prist or brands Iper Â¬ FASHIONABLE which appassage ot some measure to reform the praise at ten dollars 1000 SHOE MAKER civil service Given under my Land this the 21th day BOOT A ND AXD KPECIAZ AEXTS TOtt of November 1880 SHOP North West corner of Moscow O W MILES J P F C for Epizootic ALSO AGENTS FOR I do certify the above post note is a true ind Troy Avenues East Hickman Ky WALTER A WOODS HARVESTING MACHINES Mr James L Neal furnishes the 5Sr Satisfaction guaranteed copy of the records in my office this Nofollowing recipe to the Harrodsburg vember 21th 1880 mny9 ly COS THRESHERS GAAR SCOTT Observer and says it never fails to dec3 4t 0 W MILES J P F C cure the epizootic in a few days Take CSJ Keeps on hand repairs for same half peck of wheat bran and scald it Shoe 35a thoroughly mix with it a little salt As a stray by R C HICKMAN KENTUCKY Prather living In and a teaspoonful of ground mustard Fulton county Ky on the Hickman and Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made COMPANY In Give twiee a day until cured Dresden road 3 miles west of Jordan Sta- Â¬ to or lor and in the latest Cushion on wheih last longer - am tion one red yearling steer with star in visible patches put The gain in the Republican vote for his forehead the end of his tail white than when sewed All I nsk is a trial MANUFACTURERS OF Shop next door to City Barber Shop General Garfield in Kentucky over No other marks or brands perceivable fcl7 79 tkft vote cast for Hayes in 187G a which I appraise at S10 Given unJcr my hand this 30th day of mounts to 7 240 while the falling off October 1880 U W MILES CO in the Grcenbaok vote is 7291 show J P F C nov2 4w DEILERS IS ing that the former number voted the IIEVTIVU ArO COOKING Republican ticketjbut everybody knows G-- G -get the Republican Grecnbackers will vote the Republican ticket when a tert JUST RECEIVED BUTTEIUCKS Pad a cab News case comes up Ilnrttunrc mid Kitchen Nnpjtltes Report of latest Fall nnd Winter NOW 16 TUB TIME TO SUIWUUIBB bOU TUE Also Manufacturers of Fashions and a large lot of samples of One of the family of Gen Garfield French English mil German goods Copper Tin and Shoot Iron Ware at tho White House will be his mother cutlemcn are invited to call anil ei i6yJ0i WORK and Repairing if all now 71 years old set2fi j Kin Is done with neatness and ilispntch ri HHEAT market nciive90aS125 per bush express n determination MEAL COc from wagons the business in that city BKES IKAX 20o por lb There will be a large lot of bills HIDES green Oc dry salted 12c dry flint 15c with Indian in them fur the consideration and action of Congress They IlOOL 40a4Sc per lb tub washed un washed 22 to30 cts number lOG nll for tho poor Indian FEATHERS 35a40o per lb prime A calf in Holt county Missouri TALLOII Gcperlb got entangled in a pile of rails and re BUTTER fresh 20c per lb POULTRY Spring chickens Sl50 old mained in that condition for a period 200a225 per dozen of forty days without food or water EGGS 25c per dozen OATH It came out all right BARRELS Cypress Molasses Barrels 100 iron bound 51 G0 Flour 45it Repeat after me A young lady sent 25 cents nnd a Apple and Potato 35c Kraut nnd Pickle la the presence of Almighty God I do Stands 75c to 150 Cypress Kogs iron solemnly swear that I will never reveal potoge stamp in reply to an advertise nny of the secrets or mysteries of the Club ment of How to make an impression bound 10 gals 90c Oak 90c whjch have now been imparled to me or and received an answer Sit down on GROCERIES which I may hereafter receive to any one a pan of dough to whom they cannot lawfully be given BACON sides 12cts shoulders 9cls hams according to the usages of ttiVciub Geocrajp Butlers intimate friends 14cts say he has no idea of retiring from CHEESE 12al4o per pound politics Ho is going to organize and COFFEE Rio 16a20 per lb All who want to buy cheap goods and lead an independent party in Massa CRACKERS 7a9cperlb chusetts next j ear and possibly run COAL OIL 25 per gallon good goods if they will call on J Am CANDLES star 15alGo per lb again for the Governorship FLOUR Hickman Mills 5500 berg 8ons aay time between this date and Garfield will talk neither of the Cab- MOLASSES 40a 50o per bbl GOcts per the 25th of December can get bottom inet nor the Ohio Senatorial race It half barrel prices on Jeans Flannel Bed Tick Plaids is believed that nobody i in potession LARD OIL S100 per gallon LARD 8ca lOcper Ih Silence GUNPOWDER Domestics Shirtings Sheetings Dress of his views on these subjects 050 per keg is a very good thing for a man in Gari BLASTING POWDER 5Glt per keg Goods all styles and qualities CIoalTSODA 5aB per lb by the keg fields position SUGAR brown 9e bard 12Jal4c Dolmans Shawls Furs Ladies and Miss Â¬ Under tho new code of Mississippi SHOT per bag 225 es Hose c any citizen has the right to arrest or STONEWARE lOper gallon We keep the best Custom Made Ladies carry before a Magistrate or any proper TOBACCO manufaed per lb40a60c SALT sack salt 1 00 fine 200 bar Calf and Kid side button and side lace officer the tramp he may find begging rel 150 to 5175 about his premises It is made the HARDWARE ETC Shoes duty of Magistrates to commit such We offer extra inducements in Mens tramps to jail and from the jail he is CASTINGS 3a0c per lb IRON bar size 2Jc per lb Clothing Overcoats Hats- Caps Boots to be hired out as other convicts are PLOW STEEL 5c per lb and Shoes for the next thirty days PLOW STEEL WINGS 5Jc per lb IRON AXLES 6c per lb MARRIED nov2G 4t J AMBCRG SONS NAILS S3T0 rate At the C P Church by Rev D T Wny HORSE SHOE NAILS 25o per lb nick ou th night of the 25th Inst Mr STEEL cast M 3 A 20a25c The Markets STEEL PLOWS 8al2Jo per lb COTTON Our local market was largely John M Bright 10 Miss AnnaS Fan is Attendants Mr II L Willis with Miss HUBS 125a225 per sett higher tho past week owing to the od Adel Cooper nnd Mr Dan McDonald with PLOWS Hertweck Baltzer Knoerr vancein Eastern markets and the small Miss Inez Parker Steel Plows No I 500 No 2 700 arrivals here abtut 130 bales which sold No 3 850 No 4 900 The whole group presented a very readily at pleasing spectacle marching up the aisles Baltzers patent one horse Plow GOO extra plow moulds 203 each Cotton 10J for good ordinary of the church to the soul inspiring music scrapers same 11 cents for lew middling of the organ the expectant groom and Powell Bro from various factories one 11 cents for middling horse plow 5O0aSO0 two horse bride taking a position in the rear of a Â¬ Â¬ GOOD NEWS TO ALL AT- - ia il 5000 4500 2500 1200 1000 500 150 iiiif t mo T P FORTUNE DE ILEUS IX COS Drugs Medicines Paints Oils STATIOXEKY pry Goods Department yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard yards Domestics 4 5 6 and 8c per yd yards fine Sea Island 9 cents per yard yards Cotton Flannel 10al5c per yard yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard lbs Cotton Bating at 10c per pound Bolts Crash Toweling at 8c per yard 100 Heavy White Counterpanes at 90 cts 10 Bolts Bowling Green Jeans 35c per yd TOGETHER WITH THE LARGEST STOCK OF Tobacco Cigars3 AGENTS FOR c t8f THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE BRING TJS Great Bargains Â¬ prescriptions R B Brevard IIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER TOVR Lookout THE fountain Route Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Blankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassimcres Cloaks and Winter Goods - BOOTS AN WE ARE AGENTS AND I1A VE SHOES FOR THE SOLAE TIP SCHOOL SHOE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF Â¬ WOMENS MISSES ANO CHILDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES ALSO A C03IPIETE IIXK OF Best Whisky Mens and Boys Boots and Overshoes r CLOTHING Overcoats Underwear Trunks Yalises and is the best equipped safest and most pleasant line it being the GE3AT CSNTEAIi SHOE LIN3 between the Northwest and Southeast It is the shortest and most direct route to the celebrated Springs and Snmmer re- Â¬ sorts of Virginia nnd East Tennessee Connections are made with trains for all points Pullman sleepers rnn on all Through sleepers from night trains Memphis to Nasbvillo without change Double daily cennections on all through trains Business men and pleasnre seek- Â¬ ers bear in mind that the Nashville Chat tanoggo St Louis Railroad offers better accommodations belter time and connec Â¬ tions than any other ronte between tho Northwest and Southeast Leave Memphis 1210 n m 820 a m McKenzie 415 a m 145 p m 11 Hickman 800 a m Arrive at Nashville 1000 a m 730 p m Guns Leave Nashville 1010 a ra 8 15 p m Murfreesboro 1127 am 0 40 p m Wartrace 1222 p m 1040 pra PISTOLS Tullahoma 113 p ra 1 120 p m XAILS Dccherd 145 p ra 1155 p m CASTINGS Cowan 200 p m 1210 a m c TOOLS Stevenson 315 p m 130 a ra Bridgeport 337 p m 200 a m Chattanooga 500 p m 330 a m For information time tables and list of summer resorts reached by this line call Geo W McKkxzis on or address GRATES TIN COPPER AND SHEET Aet McKenzie IRON WARE C P Atmori Passg Agt L M R W L DANLEY Memphis or JOB WORK done to order such as 8 Genl Pass Tkt Agt Nashville Tenn Raffing Guttering Spoutinr o Sth of the Gold Stove Clinton Street Jfoiice Ilickican Ky feb7 79 FULTON CIRCUIT COURT R C Prathers adrar pi tiff IBli 8rd Iardware Cutlery STOVES IfcTIE jr Commissioners against W PURNSSHING GOODS Â¬ SPORTSMENS OUTFITS BTJCKNSRS Â¬ pAMILY HrQCERY Breech Loading Guns Pistols Powder Shot Gum Hunters Boots Blankets Tent Cloths Hardware and Groceries -- BIOEMAN WHARFBOAT A itors defendants Notice is hereby given o the creditors of R C Prather deceased that the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above nnvinp just fitted np a neat SUA Y1NG styled cause will attend at the County SALOON in the room next door to Hol Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from combes Drug Store I am prepared to ac Â¬ the date heref until the 21t day of Feb Â¬ commodate every one in Reed of Shaving ruary 1B81 to receive and hear proof uf Hair Cutting Dyeinp Shampooing or claims against said decedent and that all in anything in the Tonsorial lino claims not presented to him and proven as Childrens Itatr Cnttlng a Specialty required by law within the timo specified Having had Ions experience I feel con- Â¬ above will be forever barred fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a JNO A WILSON share of public patronage Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court sept 1 1880 Shaving ICcts Hair Dressing1 25cts CHAS DELWARD ccl8 JSoticc FULTON CIRCUIT COURT I W S Hicks admr plaintiff J Next Doer to Eolcombcs Dm Store CLINTON ST HICKMAN KY ARBER HOP R C Prathers heirs and cred J J Equity New Restaurant Commissioners against COUKTS iSa J S OVERTON CO UB Sugar Shooting Gallery Williams5 RESTAURANTS linn iuii HICKMAN SBNTUOSY 5 nicks heirs and credit J ors defendants Notice is herehy given to the creditors of W S Hicks deceased that tha undersigned Commisoner of the Fultoi Circuit Court under an order in th abovo styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the duo hereof until the 21st day of February 1881 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent nnd that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law withirt the time specified above will be forever JNO A WILSON barred The politest attention given to patrons Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court A splendid cook MeaU from 6 to 8 and sept 1 1SS0 from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates to reg Â¬ se30 ular boarders Meals 25c Notice W Equity Chas Nichols Mangels 33akery AND iiiia i liiioaii MEDICINES J Propr Abner Youngs admr plaintiff FULTON CIRCUIT COURT against V Commissioners CITY ITEMS Abner Youngs heirs and credit J ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Abner Young deceased that the un- Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton WE KEErCOSSTASTLT OX DASD Circuit Court uuderan order in the abovo FRESH DREAD ROLLS COFFEE styled cause will attend nt the County CAKE CAKES PIES HOME- Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky MADE CIDER CRACKfrom the date hereof until the 21st day of NUTS PICKLES SAR- Â¬ ERS February 1881 to receive and hear proof DINES FRESH OYSTERS c c of claims against said decedent and that ALSO all claims not presented to him and proven A full assortmeet of Plain and Fancy as required by law within the time spec- Â¬ ified above will be forever barred CA X IEN JNO A WILSON A full line of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga Master Poramr Fultoa Circuit Court rettes always kept in stock sept 1 1880 P S OrdersTor Weddings and Parties promptly attended to Commissioners Notice KAYSER WITTING oci8 Equity OfflfflOli ynSTNEReARDpR - ISTotice -- DEILEDS IS - Jas Brantleys admr plaintiff f Equity against Jas Brantleys heirs and credit j FULTON CIRCUIT COURT datta DRUGS AND Paints Oils and Dre StniTs HIC3MArSn KENTUCKY COFFIN niCKMAN yfcrITUEE A TRASSES etc KENTUCKY UP AS ONDTJRANT HrEWRY JE 3SS ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditor of Jas Brantley deceased that the un- Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an Order in the abov j styled cause will attend at tho County Court Clerks office iu Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 21st day of February 1831 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent ami that all claims not presented to him nnd prov- Â¬ en as required by law within the timo specified above will be forever barred JNO A WILSON Master Commr Fultoa Circuit Court sept 1 1SS0 nnd hocmate f iiiriiTi - iff iTm mm fQ Agricultural Implements I WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lying one fourih of mile south west of the Court House In dire Taken Up Boot and H P Fethe FniiTYTWO AND ONKH AIFAritKS of land nearly all under fence with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING good Cistern and Stables young bearing Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot and good lots of never failing water For terms applv to the under Â¬ for Stock signed orT M French CF C C lQV Coughs Colds Sore SURE CURE Bron chitis Asthma Consumption Pat np to Quitia Bottle for Family Un Throit ji30 80 B R WALKER Iter COME TO STAY THE BEOULAR I Aait All DUeaju of TnROAT oa J llAGS ilEllTOl MLTZGll Cairo Hickman - New Madrid J w Merchant Tailor John rifBn s o y je STEEL PLOWS WikGrOISr -- A O JK ijmss ET r AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS yeisai FrKsjwAw AMBROSE geeSg52 Hickimui k-- Rook OnJj Old Kj and other tonic Tha Formula 1 known to our tut pbjralclana la hlxhlj comnwadt I br them and tja analrsla of oar utoat promrneca chemitt Prof G A M AKINKIt In Cnlcuco n on to label of aTery bottle It Is weU known to the medical profimlon that TULU RUCK and RYE wLl afford th rteatet relief for CouKbi Colda Inilaenza Broncbltt Sore Throat Weak Lnngs alio Oonaompuon In tha In elpient and advanced eUsea Ueed aa a llFVERAUR and APPETIZRB It makr4 delightful tnlo for tarattrj nsa Ia eaaant to take tf weak or do llitated It klrea toes utility and bcntia to the whoe hmnvi trm D0NTBEDEM1VECV A JLAWll by annrtnolple1 deal era who try topalru off upon you Rock and Rre In a pbjee of onr TULU RUCK AND RYK which to 3 toe only medicated artlclemaiie ratcennlno ha- - g m a GUVKHNUXXr STAMP on each botOey P TTPTnNr Villi 111 Madlaon LAWailVCE rTT Masteb I1IIMAN COUHIER tc going down every Tuesday and Thursday up Wednesday aug O and Friday This elegant passenger steamer will arrive at Htrvt Catcao Alc yonr Dnixj3 fa ft CC Auk your for It Wins nyAk your iirocet Mrrrhnnt Pr tt11 tifChlldreu ak jonr Maaiuia Tor b MARTIN Proprietor lG MlfKlK VT9 tvr j HherV 1 oi v T J -- r U in asaf WV33SB wsm s iTtf r rirfrffe - a38V aAViiksv -- x hk OUR YOUKG FOLKS BE GREEDY PlCKAXDfXT RTOwin on a viae Dsr irar a pickaninny IVatehln it allele time An when dat watermllyun War ripening in de bud An de stripes along its jacket Dr irar a watnnUjun A shell find out who did it Oh you neednt try to deceive me as Why an if I didnt know who did it returned Yestl suppose she will I wonder if THE qUEEN OF SHEBA TTnriuallflext Retraction Was DeÂ¬ War comin one by one Dat pickaninny booked it An toted it away An ate dat entire trttennilyun Up in one tingle day lie ate de rine an pieces lie finished seed and Tine An den de sratertnllyun Jest up an finished him i 1 TTCDE AWAKE Why Fickle Oar the German Teacher a Pickle had high spirits That vras unlucky in the first place for Pickles high spirits always bubbled over lefore the day ended into some deed of mischief Then Miss Prim had a head Â¬ ache and could not appear in the school room That ras unlucky too for the new German teacher iras to arrive that morning and she would not be able to introduce him to the girls and enjoin upon them attention and obedience To bo sure Miss Meek the assistant princi- Â¬ pal undertook to perform all necessarv ceremonies but then the girls never minded Miss Meek In the third place the new teacher was queer looking That was the most unfortunate circum- Â¬ stance of all and was really to blame for tho whole affair What business Pickle wrathfully demanded of her friend Sally has a man even if he is a German to come to a girls boarding school looking like a gnT PmL tvaked in to answer But Pickle was not particular about an answer and continued nodding her head in the direction of the hall Look at him out there now Such a great broad shouldered man And then see how he blushes And do just look at that long curly hair way down to his bhoulders Gracious I should think hed be ashamed of it Pickle evidently resented the teachers fine curls which were too long for a man as a personal insult to herself it being one of the sorrows of her life that and Eighth to be an atmospheric fraud her own thick hair was kept cropped by andmiasmic mockery her mothers orders Secure Home Must I know I shant liko liim Bhe added Home is the greatapower that rules the gested the bo some mistake softly sugÂ¬ office boy to herself as the unfortunate posses- Â¬ Mistake beblowcd said the queens sor of tho obnoxious curls entered tli civilized man and one of tho most for- Â¬ tunate things in our condition as a free brother brandishing his club to the ex-Â¬ room treme discomfort of the cashier Its He was not naturally a nervous man self governed people is the prominence given to the beautiful sentiment of home n infernal miserable lie My sister he thought but he had never taught girls before and he found the calm ceol The same circumstances that lay such never eats cheese and besides she chews cardamom seeds and things Never ato scrutiny to which he was being sub Â¬ emphasis on the possession of liberty jected by every member of the class exalt tho charms of home and stimulate limburger in her life Â¬ and elevating seek I do said the office boy consolingly something formidable He would rather men to More its calmthis they can pleasplace ures So I see said tho outraged party than teach fifty boys he said to hjmself than home within his reach A country liko pushing tho boys noso around with the these fifteen girls end of his club The minute I read Pickle from her desk watched the ours encourages tho domestic affection for here industry is sure of its rewards that cowardly slander I ju3t went out to new teachers every movement She laughed to see him nervously twist his toil can easily find a place to rest its the wood pile and picked out the knot- Â¬ feet around the leg of the chaiitthilo a weary limbs and the tranquil enjoyments tiest stick I could find and I whittled it smilo of scorn played over her lips when of the fireside are open to all who desire down at this end for a square grip he ran his fingers through his waving to experience them The influence of When will the old vampire be in Ill this fact is beyond calculation it is the wait for him locks prosperity A couple of gentle taps came from Sal she whispered aint he too main secret of our the territoryit has done within develop more to expand funny for anything though I hope he the rcscources and enrich the wealth of Hell be gono two months said tho leaks Englith with an accent that is our nation than anything else boy if be ever gets the courage to speak at Not only may the humblest citizen se- Â¬ The knocks were repeated more vigor- Â¬ alL cure his own home if he has the ordin- Â¬ ously These disrespectful whispers though ary tact and enterprise but he may cre- Â¬ continued tho I inaudible to Herr Muller were termina- Â¬ ate a homo that will satisfy his highest youthmean two years hastily Hes away off on a ted by his speaking at that moment abode of somewhere it may become a new sta-Â¬ In the ery mildest possible tones he ambition or perchance oneanof luxury ranchone for mules building one he never comfort ble Ten to asked eletaste art where gets back at all Till some young ladyhaf ze good Â¬ gance even literatureto his finer and tastes may minister Just my infernal hard luck mutter- Â¬ ness to acquaint me eggsactly how far ze and cheer the hours of his fireside ed the athlete Is there anybody here class liaf read in ze book Political economy does not compute who would like to step out and represent Oh hes as meek as Moses and this sentiment productive a few minutes speaks worse than Professor Schnltz used theits statistical power ofand yet all its him forthere was nobody who in But could spare to was Pickles murmured comment 8kil and science tables cannot accomplish for the time upon his speech while Alice Smith rose government what tho single impulse is to saythat the class had read as far as doing in tho annals of everyday life tho All right said the representative of Scriptural ride I will now go and the twenty fourth page fifteenth line proportion have a lot of baseball spikes screwed in- Â¬ No we havent either immediately Every homo contributes its land it exclaimed Pickle Then as Herr Muller to the general wealth of tho store has to this club and if there isnt an unconthe ditional retraction in next Saturdays the germ of the factory the looked inquiringly at her We only exchange it originates the laws of trade paper I n ill drop in again Uncondigot to the fourteenth line I just men commerce tional mind and and multiplies kicktioned it she added as the girls tit-- into the myriad shapesitsofsimple ideas ing a newsboy off after savagely shoul- Â¬ this busy Â¬ he tered because you wanted to know world Thus tho facility with which a dered his redwood the doorstep off and walked eggsactly As he disappeared in tho mazes of home may be obtained is one of the most Herr Muller frowned but judged it favorable circumstances in our condition Montgomery the proprietor emerged best to take no notice of this speech If the sentiment of home as a sentiment from beneath a table and clasping tho merely saying to the speaker of the heart is the main spring of our intelligent office boy to his breast raised Till you haf ze goodness to read a industry and enterprise it is equally the his salary two dollars a year lectle strong power of the country it binds us Pickle knew he was addressing her to onr institutions it establishes a part-Â¬ A Matrimonial Predicament but she ignored the request and gazed nership between every man who has a The romance of a poor young man blankly before her Sally nudged her home or hopes to have one and the whispering government It teaches him to be a who was only partially married in Lyons Pickle ho means yen friend to law and authority It is the is told by a Paris journal He was be- Â¬ trothed to a young Frenchwoman whoso He must addreisme by my name sanctity of home feeling that imparts expectations were considerable enough Patriotism force to every operation then to give her the right to bo called an heirWhy how can he when ho doesnt would be a feeble passion wealth wouldÂ¬ ess The contract had been signed at lose much of its value as a means of proknow what it is the family lawyers tho banns had Thats bis look out was tho reply moting stability and brotherhood would published in tho church and on thebeen day vanish as a sickly dream but for its vital Herr Muller perceiving that every one fixed for tho civil marriage the young else in the room knew whom he was adÂ¬ presence The lowliest cottage that stands in the couple with their friends and relations dressing exclaimed impatiently met at the Mairie The Mayor asks the YQ1 ze young lady wiz ze very Bhort hidden valley contains an unrecognized statemanship that is working in holy bride and bridegroom the fatal ques- Â¬ hair please to read tions Do you take for wife Unconscious Herr Muller knew not union with a heavenly law to perpetuate for husband Do you take what mortal offense he had given as the birthright of librety Its humble Both answer Yes The Mayor proPickle quickly arose glibly read as far toil its home love its mominc and even Â¬ nounces them married and offers his con- Â¬ ing prayers are steadily and surely creas desired and then sat down boiling ating a moral granduerthat is far might- Â¬ gratulations Tho next step is to sign with indignation ier than physical defenses and far more the register The husband and wife so she murmured Very short hair they are called sign and so do their to Sally Maybe it is but it can grows assimulative than political doctrines Home is intensified into an urgent friends the Mayor is just about to sign guess anyway its no digrace But x when a telegram is put into his hands anas for his curls hair like that is a dis- Â¬ want It is indispensible to genuine nouncing that the bridegroom has already of nerve and limb Man as a man vitality grace to any man been married in a foreign country and Yes indeed his needs its supporting strength and stimu- Â¬ the needful papers to prove the state Â¬ assented Sally curls are only fit for a girL They d look lated both by his nature and circum stances to seek a home as the the true ment aro on their way The Mayor hesi-nice now on you Pickle tells the to como before Pickle replied to this apparently inno- complirAnt of himself he will find it the M 1tesf V1 in a fortnight from that day best earthly instrument of Providence fhjm again cent speech with a withering glance Meanwhile nothing more is heard from The next moment however her face to call out his energies train his virtues the sender of the telegram and assum secure his happiness and prolong his ex lighted up with an idea ing it to have been sent by some mis- Â¬ istence The door of the class room opened Any man who has a heart can have a chievous or malevolent person the Mayor and Miss Meek entered to say that some tells the all but already married couple new German books had arrived and to home The rewards of industry are sufhe is squest Herr Muller to come and look at ficiently ample to enable him to support that lady ready to Bign the register But has changed her mind She Whatever position is attaina- Â¬ tho closed a family them No sooner had the door ble by toil and wealth is open to his am Â¬ declares that she believes the story of Â¬ lehind the two teachers than Pickle ex- bition There is an abundance around the telegram sends back her presents claimed aloud him out of which he can carve the goodly and bids the Mayor on no account to Ive forgotten my translation book sign The bridegroom on the other futures of home The mit magnificient and also left the room rtiscment hand orders him to sign The Mayor residence in the city w Sally was suspicious of this errand x consults the who advises accomplish Pickle often forgot her books yet sel- of what his enterprise It their archi- - liim to do what the lady tells him Ho eloquent 1 dom took the trouble to go after them and the takes tho aihicc and at present tho heir- Â¬ tell unless sent But when she came into tecturo may him what his own unaided ess and her admirer are estranged rear EverythiuK around hands the class room again with several others may reach the who had also seized the opportunity of him teaches that he The New Style of Reporting enjoy the walking out she seemed hardly to merit front ranks of society andfellowman cordial recognition of his Not long since the will of a male persuspicions She paused a her friends family is social for moment at the teachers desk and then There noble than dignity morehisvaluable son who was so unfortnato as to dio from blood more delirium tremens with fatal results to took her seat than caste and industry and economy himself was contested in the Galveston in a few minutes HerrMnllers step intelligence and virtue can securo its Probate Court by the surviving heirs It outside caused all the girls to scramble honors and privileges Deborah lctos alleged that the deceased was not m to their seats so that when he entered 9- Who habit of drinking any they bat as quiet and demure as though ing stimulant except alcoholic boverages Two Eccentric Men they had not stirred during his absenca and henco was not in a fit condition to He took his seat and opened his book As a Griswold street lawyer had just manufacture wills bo interested parties again at the lesson when the girls saw finished tacking up a sign of Shut this had to help him to make his will to tho him suddenly flush up to the roots of his door where he thought it would do the detriment of his neglected heirs who hair and run his fingers nervously most good an oldish man having a sour- kicked An Italian witness by the namo through his long curls He next re ish expression on his face came up of Murphy was put on tho stand to prove mo eu a small package that had evidently stairs The instant he saw the sign ho that the deceased was not in his right been lying in his book and laid it on said mind the side of the desk In so doing some Â¬ All bosh sir all bosh I never pay Was the deceased in his right mind thing fell out of the package on to the any attention to such signs at the time of his death asked tho law- Â¬ floor and showed itself to the wondering other people do replied the yer But girls to be a hair pin Thereupon some lawyer Do you mane before orafther his of the girls giggled others smiled and Let em do so then I am just eccen- Â¬ death all involuntarily fastened their gaze on tric enough to leave your door open when Before of course the teachers flowing hair I go out Ill tell ye what I think When ho Sally turned to Pickle And so he did He walked once or drew his last breath he didnt know4what How could you do it she whispered twice around tho room made a few in- ho was about to her companion whose face flushed quiries and left the door wide open as What caused you to entertain that with the effort to restrain her mirth was he walked out When he had reached view of the case alarmingly red the street a boy overtook him and asked Because his last breath waa the only What do you mean returned Pickle him to return to the room on important thingthat smelt of whisky that ho didnt with au unconscious air business Ho climbed up stairs and the draw wid a carkscrew Galveston The next minute Miss Meek again en lawyer asked him News tered this time with an inkstand for the Did you leave your gold headed cane Cause and Effect teachers desk In placing it she evi here dently haw the bundle of hair pins for No sir here it is replied tho The main cause of nervousness is in- Â¬ Bhe looked indignantly around the class caller as he held it up digestion and that is caused by weakness before leaving the room while Herr All so it is I was just eccentric of the stomach No one can have sound Muller once more flushed a rosy red enough to think that this stove poker was neres and good health without using Shell tell that to Miss Prim Pickle your gold headed cane All right no Hop Bitters to strengthen the stomach whispered Sally harm done good by see if she dont purify the blood and keep tho liver and When the htranger went down stairs kidnevs active to carry off all the pois-anxiously to her friend Do you think bo queried Pickle he leit the prints of Jns heels on every onous and waste matter 01 tne system step Detroit Free Press hastily then with marked indifference Advance See other column -- Sally who was trying to dispose of two thick slices of bread and butter be- Â¬ fore recitation was too much occupied TotJ the other I want to see tho boss liar who runs Do you was the only reply she got this libelous sheet roared a muscular to her attempt at confidence looking young man of the basoball spe- Â¬ This provoked Sally cies walking into tho office of tho Post Yes I do and Miss Erini 11 find out last Monday morning too without much telling you can bo The Managing Editor is out said sure of that the office boy hastily getting behind tho Miss Prim did find out but not with- Â¬ counter out any telling Pickle wisely deter- Â¬ Blast the editor growled the stran- Â¬ mined to forstall all investigations She ger rapping on the counter with tho big went privately to tho grieved Miss Prim end of his four foot club I want to ana announced Herself as the culprit see the head nirnto the uronrintor Tho Although Miss Prim rmnished Picklo fellow that vour tinner snvs wants to ba at the time for her disrespect tho kind j held responsible for those infernal lies hearted girl for she was kind hearted about tho Carnival people in last Satur in spite of her love of mischief was J da rs Post much more punished by her own con- Â¬ Through tho open door of tho inner science when a few davs later she office came a subdued rustling sound as learned why Herr Muller allowed his though a terrior was chasing a rat into curly locks to grow down over his shoul- Â¬ a hole followed by a silence that might ders have been cut with a knife A brave young soldier in tho German Hos ont too replied the boy army ho had during the siege of Metz Gol deru the luck said the muscu- Â¬ left the shelter of the trenches and in lar party much annoyed I came in n tho face of almost certain death rushed purpose to batter him with this club acros3the open ground where shot shell He will be sorry to have missed you andJjullets fell thick as hail to snajph said the office boy soothingly Isnt up Hid bring safely back in his strong your paper left regularly arms a little child Paper bo everlastingly blanked to It was a blue eyed four year old girl who terror stricken blanknation thuudered tho visitor and bewildered by tho death of her par- Â¬ Mv sister is tho Queen of Sheba ents and the awful firing had wandered The Queen of what ba from one of the crumbling houses outside Of Sheba idiot Dont you under- Â¬ the walls of the city When the soldiers stand said the in tho trenches first saw her she was Once more for tho beer standing irresolute but unharmed amid office boy leaning forward the storm of flying death that swept Why the Queen of Sheba up at tho across the plain Carnival I mean Sho was brought Just as he rcacliejHUrenches with home from the matinee day before yes Â¬ his precious brirdpJMHourig soldier terday in a hack and fits This is what was hurled to tho grOTBrtmdly wounded did it and the aggrieved brother hauled and apparently dead A fragment of a out a marked copy of our superior family bursting shell had struck him on tho journal only fifteen cents a week by car- Â¬ back of the neck Although he lived and rier and pointed to tho following para Â¬ finally recovered a terrible and unsightly graph scar remained and was only hidden from We would rather find a thousand dol- Â¬ sight by tho thick curls that Pickle had lar bill lost by a poor widow washer- Â¬ so despised woman than say anything unkindly per- Â¬ The brave soldier had adopted the child sonal in this article but all the same he had saved and it was to provide means we mean to overhaul sacred history the for her support that he now taught Ger first chance we get and ascertain whether man in Jliss ITim s school there is definite bcriptnral authority for You may be sure that after this supposing that the Queen of Sheba had little CElsie and her adopted father had access to unlimited quantities of limburg- no firmer friend nor warmer admirer than er cheese Unless wo find that fact fully Pickle who through them had learned substantiated wo shall be reluctantly a lesson that shenever forgot Harpers forced to conclude the counterfeit pre- Â¬ sentment of that potentate up at Mission lounfl People IFrem the manded Sn Francisco Burdette and His Wife Miss Anna C Starbuck of Rochester writes to tho Democrat and Chronicle of that city I havo talked with ono lady who has lately been at Nantucket where the genial llawlccyc is spending his vacation and I learned that ho who touches as with a fairys wand tho fountain of mirth and laughter and cheer for others bears in his own heart the constant pain hardest of all pain to bear of seeing his nearest and dearest a helpless invalid And yet with a devotion such as few men are capable of his brave young strength is freely sweetly tenderly given to her whom he has promised through life to protect Of him may it truly bo said Greater love hath no man than this that he lay down his life for his friend For daily hourly is this serv-Â¬ ice of his rendered Mrs Burdette is as helpless and dependent upon her hus Â¬ band as a littlo child Wherever ho goes sho goes she his guardian angel and he hers in a literal sense About the streets of the island town he wheels her wicker chair so carefully that not a jostle pains the sensitive body or startles the nerves Into tho dining room of of the invalid the hotel he comes bearing his frogile wife in his arms every want every most trivial wish of hers is attended to by him and all for lovos sake There is a kind of patience that submits with dumb resig- Â¬ nation to burden and there is another kind that lifts its head shedding human light over all and healing its own heart at the same time that it heals the hearts of others From this latter patience bubbles up the mirthful genius of Bur dettes writings It is said that he dashes off his humorous sketches gladden the heart of his wife and reheve the lonely hours of her invalidism thon gives them to tho public and sets tho whole literary world in a smiling mood Let us reverently uncover our heads to him who has so reverently proven him self a hero A hero in living his life so unselfishly for another In these days of matrimonial infelicity how comforting to come across such a noble exception as his I claim that such only aro worthy of the marriage state who can utter the vow for better or worse for richer for poorer in sickness and in health and fulfill it to the letter not from a feeling of duty but from heroic love as does he to whom my pen has wafted this sea feel that my native spray tribute island is honored by the presence of RobertBurdette and his saintly little wife ondas a daughter of old Nantucket I send my greeting homeward hoping that every salt breeze that kisses the island shore may bring blessing and health to him and his fitLJ I Lord Byron Byron has no relation to the master- Â¬ minds whoso works reflect a nation or an era and who keep their own secrets His verse and prose are aliko biographiÂ¬ cal and the inequality of his stylo are thoso of his career It was natural for him to pose as tho spokesman of two ages as a critic and as an author and of two orders of society as a peer and as a poet of revolt Sincere in both he could never forget tho one character in the other The fact of his be-Â¬ ing a nobleman helped to make him famous but it also helped to make him hated No doubt it half spoiled him hi making a show and the circumstance has suggested the remark of a humorist that it is as hard for a lord to bo a per-Â¬ fect gentleman as for a camel to pass through tho needles eye But it also exposed to the rancor of jealousy a man who had everything but domestic happi- Â¬ ness to excite that most corroding of lit- Â¬ erary pasbions and when he got out of genr lie uecamu mo tiuiirry oi ojkhicui blatant beast Wo find him at once munificeut and careful about money calmly asleep amid a crowd of trembling sailors yet never going to ride without a nervous caution defying augury seriously disturbed by a gypsys prat- Â¬ tling Ho could be tho most genial of comrades the most considerate of mas- Â¬ ters and ho secured the devotion of his servants as of his friends ho was too overbearing to form many equal friend Â¬ ship and apt to be ungenerous to his real rivals His shifting attitude toward Lady Byron his wavering purposes his injpulsive acts are a part of the charac- Â¬ ter wo trace through all his life and wort a strange mixture of magnanimity and brutality of laughter aud fears consist- Â¬ ent iu nothing but his passion and his pride yet redeeming all his defects by his graces and wearing a greatness that his errors can only half obscure Alter- Â¬ nately the idol and horror of his contem- Â¬ poraries Byrou was during his life feared and respected as the grand Na- Â¬ In the poleon of the realms of rhyme interval between 1810 70 it was tho fash- Â¬ ion to talk of him as a sentimentalist a romancer a shallow wit a nine days wonder a poet for green unknowing Now however ho is youth resuming his place his spirit has come again to our atmosphere and every bud Â¬ ding critic as in 1820 feels called on to pronounce a verdict on his genius and Â¬ yt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Uses for Sawdust METEOROLOGY Statistics of Suffrage in Europe Saw dusterine says tho Northwestern The relative degree of practical devel- Â¬ The Future or Weather Foretelling Lumberman is to be discounted by a opment attained by the principle of pop Atlantic Monthly French chemist who docs not think its ular representation in the various coun- Â¬ In no other part of her wide realm has adaptability as an article of diet equal to tries of Europe may bo son from the following figures In France there are Science done so little for the good of man its importance to dyers and chemists 9691201 electors viz 2G3 10 percent or her own fame as in the department of 31 Janssen thinks 3Iinneapolis is tho meteorology Li tho solid earth her pro- Â¬ best place to manufacture an acid now of tho inhabitants in Switzerland 642 552 electors viz 24 2 10 per cent of tho phecies have long had a high value in wholly imported from France which can inhabitants in Germany 8523446 elec- Â¬ the far off heavens her empiro is affirmed bo obtrined in ondless quantities from tors viz 20 2 10 per cent of the inhab- Â¬ but in the unstablo air between theso two fine sawdust How fine the dust must bo a ro-provinces itants in England 2719590 electors J well possessed it i U there isAvnn1 he does not inform tho public but his muuuu enterprise will be of value to the sawdust gion il l is nut yet stiujuguicu inai viz 11 5 10 percent of the inhabitant in Austria 1242946 eleotors viz 5 tho border of the domain of meteorology world if it only leads to the use of thin- Â¬ 9 10 per cent of the inhabitants in Por- Â¬ some gains to tho cause of law and order ner saws in the manufacture of lumber tugal 216688 electors viz 5 4 10 per have indeed been mode we control tho Bay City also finds a mysterious looking able a clearly cent of tho inhabitants in Italy 605007 lightning we are days to trackpath and building going up on tho banks of tho on its Saginaw opposite the metropolis of electors viz 2 2 10 per cent of tho in- Â¬ defined storm for that of- Â¬ habitants and in Belguim 63278 elec- Â¬ can help the sailor to knowledgo clutches the valley m building which the utmost ten enables him to escape its No ono secrecy has been observed tors viz 1 8 10 per cent of the inhabbut itants The French republic thus counts when it assails him on the deep sea any knows whether it is being erected to ex-Â¬ a larger proportion of electors than as for foretelling tho weather in to tract acid from sawdust or bismuth from salt bitterns No doubt its projectors Switzerland the country which was the proper sense we have not yet attained wo hope to first to adopt universal suffrage This is it Is it attainable Can our days so expect to find millions in it whatever the purpose to which it is destined partly explained by tho consideration compass the condition of that tho proportion of children to adults that we may sow reap travel feast or This is an era of progress Hiram Smith mako war in weather of our own choice of Flint 3Iich turns the smoke of char- Â¬ is smaller in Franco than in Switzerland Â¬ The relathe nnmber of foreigners having This is after all perhaps tho most in coal burning into acetic acid and finds to vote may also possibly bo larger in the teresting of tho question that tho future tho smoke of more value than the char- Â¬ latter country The franchise shows an history of science must determine toBut coal A patcit has recently been taken bo out for window shutters in which paste Â¬ equal development in Germany The though the perfect answer is n given at present there aro some things board is substituted for wood the slats difference between Germany and England is almost two to one in favor of the for- Â¬ in the existing conditions of our science and panels may bo covered with orna- Â¬ mer country The electoral body is also that makes us hopeful that we ore but at mental paper and painted or stamped in larger in Portugal a country of pure the beginning of tho work of weather imitation of wood of any grain or pat- Â¬ tern Wooden pails ore beingsuperseded monarchy than in Italy or Belgium forecasting There havo been two distinct scientific by those mado of paper while paper Another fact worthy of attention is the extent to which the franchise is actually efforts at weather foretelling as distin- Â¬ moldings and paper ornaments are exercised by the electoral population in guished from the current survival of tho pressed into shapes and sizes anc for ages that are each of the countries mentioned re modes of thought of ancient weather pro-Â¬ purposes where but a short time ago introduced in our ordinary elaborate carvings and the skill of the Â¬ pecting which we have tho following figAnd now comes ures France 1876 7366682 or 76 per phecies that undertaken by Admiral artist was all necessary and cent Germany 1874 5291593 or 62 Fitzroy in EnglandUnitedthat begun in aclu from sawdust Whether to be used States Signal as a substitute for tea and coffeo or to percent Austria 1873 153155 or 66 this country by tho Corps under the control of the late Gen the beautifully tinted manufacture 1867 66 per cent percent Portugal ot these nave maue lemonade which is such a favorite with Italy 1876 368750 or 59 per cent eral Myer of 5oth simple the principle that loesick swains at the annual circus de-Â¬ Belgium 1874 senate 36082 or C9 per their basis weather always has a history that it ponent soith not perchance it is to take cent deputies 45184 or 71 per cent means conditions that pass from one re the place of tho beverage which inebriates European Rapacity Chinese Modern gion to another by certain laws of move- Â¬ more than it cheers in which case Min Â¬ ment and at a certain rate This general neapolis is not a bad choice for a location tion ago recognized by meteor- Â¬ Europeans in truth understood the fact was longit was not until tho telegraph for its manufacture provided certain of If ologists but its mill men do not tako too much stock duties resulting from the five relationknowledge to outstrip tho storms ships then we should discern the effects enabled possible to make any nso of it in it payable in sawdust that it was iu their lives Love between prince in foretelling the weather By o adÂ¬ and minister father and son elder mirable labors of tho United Signal Ser- Â¬ and younger brothers husband and wife vice this method of annoucingthe weather friend and friend would bring due suborÂ¬ that is journeying toward any locality dination and careful fulfilment of rela- Â¬ brought to n high point of per- Â¬ tive duties peaco and order would reign has been but it has not to any extent fection supreme there would bo no angry rivalry us to foretell tho creation of or unrestrained greed making use of helped weather When a weather area forms DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS deadly weapons to bring destruction on it is now traced as clearly mankind But do we seo these results in the far West an army nntil it passes The symptoms of an aentt attack orinCammatton of th of Fever pain in tLe small of tb kUlnj arc as follow in Western countries No indeed Their as the path of away Sometimes the state of tho bar- Â¬ backhand thence shoeing downward nnmbness of tha wholo energy is centred in tho manufac Â¬ deep red th something about storms thigh vomiting nuallT at tir t acolorless a color dttessa ometer will tell the nrtne which Wcome pale and ture of different kinds of machines very pain that have not yet gathered themselves Increase ana n aicnargea sou ouen wan colic ana In decree of steam vessels and locomotives to bring for their eastward march but beyond difficulty coetirenet and the rapid returns of profit guns and rifles this there have as yet been no means of chronic dueMe of the kuinejof the irmptoms are pain laixin freqnent nrinath hick and limbs drrnnt general droj 7 neaamene tion eepecially at night to slay their fellow men They rival oue foreseeing The weather bureau is of no dixzlneu of tight indigestion and palpitation of the another in greed and in cunning methods more use than a ground hog or a goose heart gradinl loes of strength paleness and paffineas of the face cough and ahortnees of breath of acquiring wealth they say they are of tha kidneys the Vwrtni girea im In dua telling us whether our coming It is rich and mighty and put it all down to bone for summer is to bo warm or cold mediate relief It has nerr failed to enre when cases spring or regularly and directions followed their true knowledge forsooth But rainy or dry Is this the end of our ad taken take sererat buttles especially In inanT long caes of it may npon the secretions cleansing from tho time when the heavens were vance ao more man t standing It acts directly Uan wo nopo and strengthening remoring all obstructions and in spread out and tho earth came into ex-Â¬ tako the storms we findto great afloat and trace enrities Aoeen manr can testify to cases of long stand ing naTing prirvnj cmu j mw istence China can boost a continuous line trying many of the known remedies which are said On their Courses or Can We nope to j of great men so that mans wants have them behind them to tho conditions of sfier f to u been better supplied each day than tho look origin so clearly that we can foretell their ono before it and our language immcas ably excels thoso of Europe in strength Uieir ume anu piace ui wutjuiigr Kidney and depth Property is wealth to the Cijcii jiti O March 19 1S77 Modern Rome foreigner moderation in his desires to H B Ststtxss Vioa nsed Dear The Borne correspondent of the Phila and canfrir I haie nay it yonrbeen a rixx for some totime the Chinese material power i3 might to great benefit me has truthfully the foreigner to live and let live is might adelphia Bulletin writes It is not true and to those sufferingit from disease of tbe kidneys t that Borne has ubt improved during tho cheerfully recommend to the Chinese But the heaping up of Kespectrully OH SMITH last ten years She has a new town built Attested to by K B Ashfleld drnygist corner Eighth words will not explain theso principles neighborhood Sho and Central asenue in an airy healthy China forbids strange devices machinery Cncirain O April 19 1377 Â¬ H Stitixs in order to prevent confusion sho en- Â¬ pays for the peoples education she en- Â¬ II I hareBsuffered setsral years with tbe kidney com courages humanity and justice as the dows her theaters for the peoples amuseplaint and was induced to try Viairtsx I hare taken and am convinced it very foundation of good government and ment and she is putting herself in rail aeferat bottles of your preparation me more good thar with is a ralnatle remedy It has done any other medicine this will be her policy forever Yet for- Â¬ and telegraphic communication word suferine from kidney lean heartily recommend to al complaints eigners say that such principles are every other part of Italy In a J S MeMILLEN Tours respectfully Profitless indeed profitless Profita- Â¬ she is doing m a small way what some First bookkeeper6 for Xewhall Gale Co Floor Mer West Front street Cincinnati O chants So ble rather beyond expression Diary nations with larger resources do in a was of Liu Ta Jcn in the Nineteenth Cen- Â¬ larger way Old Borneexpectnot built in new Bomo a day neither can we tury TrorrmbM restored thonsands to health who hare to be built in a day If sho does as beta Ions and painful sufferers does not ask why a man much however within the next ten The Hindoo is a great talker and a little doer but years as she ha3 done within tho last ten why he is a thnnderer and not a rainer years we shall seo a city which has few Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists and seeing what has already been Tun greatest effects havo sometimes tho rivals Bome may well rejoice in the 20th W9StWVB9llaH done taUstDCLlXlS amallest cause life- w constantly sacrificed by MsritaMkMrsuMU of September that day that opened its neglect of Congha and Cold When a 25 cent Wwil tsijeTiwOrtj Wir 1 bottle of Dr Balls Congta Syrup would save doors to new light nnd civilization Even rill ir the sufferer most bitter antagonists of the Italians tho is not recognizable by A Philadelphia man who detected a confess that Bome the rule of tho piece of bark in his sausage visited the those who knew it under butcher shop to know what had become Popes Maker Directions M Reliable Family Soap for making of the rest of the dog accompany each Can Hard quickly It is K Â¬ I il Â¬ mmxL FOR RHEUMATISM Neuralgia Sciatica Luafkage Backache Soreness of tho Chest Gout Quinsy Sore Throat Smell ings and Sprains Burns ani Scalds General Bodily Pains Tooth Ear and Headache Frosted So Preparation on earth Kjoals St Jaccts Oit simple and cheap External u safe A run enulls trot tha eomptiTely Remedy trial trillinc onttar or 50 Onto nd ererj one ferine wltl pain can haTe cheap and ponttTe jroor or 111 dalle Directions In Xleren languages BOLD BY ALL JRPGGIST3 ASP DEALES3 IHMEDICIirE Feet and Ears and all other Pains and Aches z A VOGEliER Baltimore M- - XL CO VSJU Â¬ Vegeiine The IparestandBestHtdlelne ererSade Acolmblnatlon of Hops Bucrni Marr- draKleand Dandelion with all tnebestantt most e urn Ure properties of allolher Bitters maleesVthe greatest Blood Purifier Liver Aran v tt Reu atorand Life and neAWrBtstortes Kidney Complaints m n noesfblr lone erlst where Hop Htters arm naVedTariedandrrfect aro their operatic Tjt fflre Hon Bitters are mrihjTmenU cause lrregnlarl- - trof theoowelsororinary organs or who iw re- - matter whatToor f AeQnjrs or symptoms are what tbe disease or allpent to use Hop Bit Â¬ ters Dontwaituntnyouare sick but If yon only feel bad or mlserablel0 them at oacav ItmayaTeyoarIlfeIthassaTed hundred SSOOwmbepauViroraealsathey will not enreorhelp Do not ufrersl0ltytwrfrienlj tcatlne Tfo mral w-- -1 - suffernluaeandurKe Â¬ BemernberHop Bitters is nojUe dragged Best dranken nostrum tat the Medicine erer made the TITAUnSaw FElasW HOPE ana no person or and should be without tnenu themtiu HOPS IirratWd - for Circular nop miters anH XTr C- i KocPewtersTT Torntn Oe AGENTS AGEMM JOSIAH FCNXIEST OF ALLENS WIFE ALL EL Complaints Dont AGENTS WASTED In ererfTown send fnr Clrcnar at once and secure territory My 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Bulletin ters They are tho best medicine I know Drnggist of called Bitters becanso prepared from Halt Hops Calisaya and Iron which are great and wholesome medicines nrT iiiTiT ffviT ean be rjrevented also other miasmatic diseases by occasionally using Jhr SanfartTs Liter Intigorator the oldest general Family Medicine which U recommended as a cure for all diseases canseu oy a oisorutrou Eigutj page book sent tree Aaaress hver Dr Sanford 162 Broadway New York Wnirrivr is nonrishinc and strengthening purifies the blood regulates the bowels quietsÂ¬ the nervous system act directly upon the se cretions and aiouses the whole system to action Tfce Yaltalc Belt Co Sfanoalt JlleuWill send their Electro voltaic Belts tome afflicted upon 30 days trial Bee ineirauTer On 30 Days tisement in this paper headed Trial fiirr Icons Tatent Heel stiffeners applied to those new boots before you nuf them OTer MH THEONLY MEDICINE THE That Acts at the Some Time on win te peneci dreadful These crcat orxan era of the system and Toilet Soap Aak full weight and strength no other jour grocer for m APONIFTEIZ and take CO PETROLED Grand Medal at Philadelphia ExpoaHion nmm JELLY Silrer Medal stFaria Exposition HASROTC ofA NEW BOOK Ihebeatand funniest ill My Wayward Pardner Her Hnaband Joaiab etc josiaii augv1 mit Or the Account of Samanthaa Tpals and Sufferings with KIDNEYS 2 J and tho the natural cleans-are It they work reU health u iney occubs hukbi dlieses are sure to follow wltti LlVERrvfe -VTHE BOWELS This wonderful throughout the world lobe the best remedy diacorered for the cute of Wounds Burns Rheumatism Skin Die eases Piles Catarrh Chilblaina Ac In order that erer for one may try it it ia put up in IS and S3 cent bottlesyo household use Obtain it torn your druggiat and will and it superior to anything you hare erer used substance la aeknowlededby physicians rhit ulax t one and ecufe territory lo DOUGLAVt BROS Agents Wanted Wilt be the Leading Book oi the Season ta Sell XnTTVH - TERRIBLE SUFFERING Billonsnea Headache Dyspepsia Jinn- dice Constipation and PHm orhua ne y Complaints Crarel DlabetesVf Sediment U the Urine MUkrJ1 or Boot Trine i or Bhen X made rIns and Aches are deseloped because toe Mood Is poisoned witn the nnmors that should hayeJieta ezpeUed naturally will restore the healthy action and all these destroylnc erlls will be banished 5 neglect them and yon will lire but to offerIt and TOU mihmhrni rtirrrt Trr Take will add one more to the nnmberyour heartit and health will once more gladden UTPTC Lwa Telegraphy and earn 940 iH Eiil to 4J10O a month Erery gradu Â¬ ate guaranteed a pasin situation Address VALENTINE BROS Managers Janeirille Wis PENSIONS jfEW IiAW PO Drawer Thousands Trazer7 Axle Grease Best in the world Seo that the name ana trade mark are on m my package Factories at Cbioago New York and St Lonia Sold OTerrwher aBSBBSSBBSBBBSSESBJSjaBBaBBBBSaaiaBIOBBHBHSB MWathSOttU e JtsSJilS of Soldiers and heirs entl Ued Pensions date back to discharge or 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shooting an old house tabby with half a dozen kittens at the breast basking on the kitchen doorstep as to go hunting tho more than half domesticated rabbits and other game tho gentry of GnSti Britain prido themseives in destroying for sport JV Y Com Jiulltlin Â¬ Why aimer lonaorTTomxno torment or an aonins dbuk a Why bar ouch dletre8 from Con- Â¬ stipation and Plje Why be so fearful because of ey ordorodurlno TouTlTry a pack KrDjra TTVOBTWfll cure NATRONA SODA age at once and be satisfied Jilt a cry eeyewwie cowjw7m One Packaxe makes six quart of Bedldn Your DruQQltt a it or will get it for you Imut upon navmg is rrcpruwn C3 WILLS SCHISKOM Burlington Vt-I rrcUean peat pal- la the best In the Worlds It is absolutely pure It la the best for Medicinal Purposes It Is the beat for Baking asd all Family Cses Sold by all Druggists and Grocers AGENTS Is Chicar wantjb anlBlLIS t Address sfATIOjfAX SUs Best and Fastest Selling per cert nnTi PENNA SALT MANUF CO DANIEL F BEATTIS Phila PICTORIAL BOOKS - I4 STOP1 HUB B4K1 A OCT COUPLER ORGANS PIANOS8 ONLY D route sier J3 J3 A FCBlXSUIsUCOnpAXYrhiljdelrhiaara iHttlSIAUimU Â¬ Mns C Whipple 371 CroghonStreet presents these facts For six years I had suffered beyond all expression with Sci- Â¬ atic Bheumatism and tried every known remedy but all to no purpose At lost I saw in the Free Press an advertise Â¬ ment of tho St Jacobs Oil tried it and am wclL I can walk without limping and sleep free from any pain Detroit Instanta eouslr producing the mos latural tnades of Black or Brown doesKOTSTAIXth riKIN and is essiir applied JCtt U a standard preparation Uiudt fasoiite on erery well appointed toilet for Ladr or Uentleman BoldbrDrug- and applied or iiair mil ind BEST it acta DBaaBsssEarDisBasBSGatarrIi Dr C E SIHOEMAKEK the well known expe Â¬ rienced Aural Surgeon Author and Writer on the abuse uiaaaeea may do consuiiea vj man or Fcxsuuaiij a ius office Ho 613 walnut street iteaainr Pa Hia email book sent free nis large and complete work of 373 cares on Deafness Diseases of tha Ear and Ton- ails and Catarrh and their proper treatment price 82 by mail 65 N Kent 011 Trlnl Warranted Catalogue Free Address DANIEL F BEATTY Wathinqton J Depot 03 Wil- Â¬ iressers liam St K Y CRITTEyTOS Agt C N hOTE or skill No ens will question Dr Shoemakers standing Literary Revolution BoUtt BurrJ fecota TOUXQ M1N OB OLD If fs M enatt W JM sVSxs IU UsIsuteM Misjaais s sVswr ssasatsTtlsa ear H lAtsAssm wbsaTsa else staasr eta jtMiiesrw Ifcett km ft IWs t 1 iersv x InProsaandPoet rybyoTerSOOdlstlnj uislied authors or Introduction vvxiam it A charming- rlftlwwilr- - Klee antlsrltlnatratedt27S R eH1 uvmmmnu eb KeTinisu EB EHsxtlBH ElaiiflEllliOT u aElE WHITE JcM AK15 For our new book DIffsIne Gold imoDpt th Rockv Mountains It lcribes hoir gold is found and mined how mining com pan lei are formed ancLxreat for Â¬ tune nnde there Gives a graphic nisttrr of the Tarious ducoTeries of gold and aiUerinthe Ub and specially thos lately mad abont Leadvillet Blck Rilla and th Qunmson Country arrats thrillingKaneiof camplif trick of hariero exposed etc FXK9 amontt the miner For ternx or agency address 200 II VII BARD BROS31 W ithSt ClncmnaUO GOLD CoretLmia AGENTS WANTED ON TVe 30 DAYS TRIAL a day at bome easily made Costly Co Augusta Maine Address Taos A non-intoxic- Free Press HI Lamartinea Ufa of Mary Queen of IV Thos Hughes Manliness ol Christ SO each I Arnolds iigm oi Asia II each formcrlr III Baron Munchaus Goldsmiths Vicar of Wakeflald AdTeniures Trarels and Surprising Progreas Illustrated cata ens Bnnsana Pilzrlm BOSK EXCHANGE Joh kJlTeTent B Aldan Manager Tribune Bmlding Jetr Tork LADIES A HOUSE srill send our Electro Voltaic Belts and othe Electric Appliances upon trial for thirty daya to those afflicted stith iermu Iktdtv and dmaaet J a ptnm nature Also of the Liter Kidneys Bheumatism Pa ralysis Ae A sure cure cuarantftd or na pay Address tl 5 CIS Uitss fsy Ok tiOHULES ft a ii Skssaswyesaeaw otm or In tne HOME of the PRESIDENTS eserv Administration from nejAtnrfe- Agents Wantee totbepresenU Superblyillustratcd or either or both these maarnltlclent holiday books 1MEA1 Hlstore- ot HMPL0YMENT-kffiSA-i8rEKf a sreeb e79 Outfit free ejee Voltaic Belt Co MarahalLMIely 12 Cincinnati 0 Â¬ other day a stevedore was injured by a falling cotton bale and was placed in an ambulance apparently lifeless As tho vehicle rushed toward tho morgue the surgeon in charge sounded tho gong as usual to warn other vehicles Suddenly ho was startled by hearing the Mipposed dead man ro If yon dont stop ringing that mnrk bell Ill Ret out and v In Now York Jie tttALTY keystone Cleveland 0 The place to secure a thorough Business Education 01 h Spencetian Fenmanship prepare to BUSINESS COLLEGE Bdazttes Jj Also SALARY peraeenU AU aaranee wauu prsseaptry aj sloam 4 Co 300 deorare St Cincinnati 0 EXPENSES 777 n U A TEAK and expenses t Agents Outfit Free Address P Of VICKEET Augusta Maine Outfit osrn town a treets in yonr Haixirr A COTerms and S Maine Portland free Address H Horphlne Habit Cured laid to 20 days Mo pay till Cared DB cjixraxiis Lebanon Ohio J X N V Ctn orty nlne 89 luUu n U D U D the best cough medicmr n for Consumption ia also liB S9B s 4 Â¬ Lebanon Ohio says For some time past I had been severely afflicted with Bheumatism Seeing an advertisement of St Jacobs Uil X procured a nottia and I could feel the effect of tho Oil upon tho first application I am now en- Â¬ tirely well after using ono bottle Waunc Co Ohio Democrat Â¬ Mr William E Sntdek of Ve3t 23 lSaB KBSSaBSal M C BlaBBaiarviBSa7w BSaKBae sy ftmmm sfeaSMaM m3s5 jfi8aaHsrKiafaB St Zsu3kia4aaV CELLULOID EYE CLASSES Representing tho choicest selected Tortoise Tho lightest handsomest Shell aud Amber and strongest known Sold by Opticians and Mado by SrENCElt OPTICAL Jewelers II FG CO 13 Maiden Lane New York Â¬ Â¬ A woman a lovely woman it is to be supposed had her first political trouble at Port Jarvis A horrid and wickod man challenged her as not being twenty one years old and instead of swearing her vote in she commenced to weep bitterly aud tore her ballot to tatters H a woman lias got to swear to her age before she can voto the knell of female suffrage is al- Â¬ ready sounded The remedy that mil cure the many diseases peculiar to women is Warners Safe Kidney and Lh cr Cure Mothers Magazine nntrSS CERTAINLY UNRIVALED IN EXCELLENCE WHILE THE PRICES UBUHIW TIIMt nDnaNR arc-HIGHER THAN I uee nrvrnv tuecDinb IUQTRUMENTS nwat ur vent inrcnivn 1 JXSTlXrLBflTiitaimiiy5 SwSJ-HAMLIN DRAWING ROOM STYLES 200 to 510 and upwards 570 1S0 S3G0 and lew FOR SMALLER FOB LABGE CHURCHES OnQASSTTO POPULAR STYLES in great variety 22 to 20O and upwards CATALOGUES and PRICE LISTS free HSTItATED ARE NOT MUCH ISaiTremont St BOSTON MASON 46 East -- 14th St tUnlon Square NEW YORK 149 Wabash Ave CHICAGO OEGAN CO 9fer ei v- 4 BP Tr rm 4 jj9 - v -- rVf rtTif- - -