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SF v3W- n - 3i Vi fpr iV Tl -0F- -- - rzjsjmia vc ofenbff -- Zrr-- fflOKHM TTBLISUID XVEST COURIER JTBIDAT - - sit - ly a1 1 HLTIOKSOF THE Z KJ IteSaJk DAY The man who drinks alf an alf gets BV GEORGE FICE-HEIN2E TT AJRIfcElY HICKHAX KX BUILDING CLINTON STREET THE ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN m k- - GEOHGB WAERENBditor Price of Subscription CSIOSB STRENGTH S2 HICKMAN PULTON COUNTY KENTUGKiljHilfDA rffClrV As he did so his eyes caught sight of a How John Quincy Adams Was Eleclotl white edge of paper peering from tho President BT THOMAS DAKCT JOEE inner side of tho door casing Drawing John Ouincv Adams was chosen Presi it forth ho found a few lines hastily writÂ¬ dent of tho United States on the 9th day ten thereon A man wrtce com was carried away 01 fcebruarr lozo oy tno united states Mb Alwade When I met you to night I Before bts eyes and whom rats and bay receiving Were piled np Into the lindlordVi cart knew that you were tho one who onco know Houco of Bepresentatives ho looked toward his castle with torrowlu heart Mcltha Bayno under far different circum thirteen votes while seven were given ptanccn I knew that you recognized me and for Andrew Jackson and four for Wil- Â¬ n doubtlcfs felt gratified in your heart for tho re-Â¬ liam Harris Crawford When tho votes You seem said he so strong and grand venge time has wrought yon Of course I can- Â¬ were opened and counted in Congress Like a riant Ton OTcrlook the land day under this roof not remain another And a Riant in stomach you sure mast be Mr Littleton W Tazewell of Virginia Meitiia That of all my crop can leaxe none to me nnd Teller There was not tho slightest clew in was Taylor for the Senate and Mr John in this brief note to guide his steps There W Barbour of New York were Mr Philip Quoth another Of mch weak words what end 7 of Virginia Tellers for were but few settlers in the woods how- Â¬ B Hare you any hope that thederll will mend ap- Â¬ Or the wolf let a kid escape his ruaw ever and ho felt that it would be an easy the House of Bepresentatives It to no ono had been chosen Or a landlord yield his rights at law m hereabouts of pearing that matter to discover tho tho Presidency tho President of tho the missing woman Senate Mr Gaillard of South Carolina Let us go crer to Kackrent Hall Once uioro outside the winter air fact the remaining By two and threes It may Mill touched his cheeks with icy fingers and stated the the adding that President now As wisdom Is found in the multitude choice of convulsed his frame as he duties in Edough of ta might do tbecause some good a shudder devolved on tho of Bepresenta- Â¬ thousht of poor littlo helpless Jleltha tives He further House that John C declared cxiwsed to tho cold under a pitiless win- - Calhoun of South Carolina having re AtJirstther wentbr twos and three sky yjth 310 homo noplacatol3y ceivSd 182 votes was duly elected Vice J HkVwtaK safcrw And next ther went in numbers wore- her head the But the case was CTen the same as before It was his duty to find her before night President of fromUnited States to servo forfouryears the 4th of and offer her a better situation than the Tho Senate then retired fromMarch next VI theBcpre By fifties and hundreds they gathered then ono sho had but lately occupied entatives chamber and the Houso of KCTolute pitient dosced mn A sudden snow storm came up which Beresontativcs resuming proceeded to And the landlord owned that he thought tbcro was soon filled tho road so that Alwades tho choice of Some slight defect 4n the present laws every member a swift bays found it difficult to make any Â¬ being present President Mr except Garnet of vn thing but tho slowest headway who was in Washington but 3 hen a bsroqy rpote a country woke Down in fleecy billows tho snow rifted Virginia attend tho sittingr Tho delega- Â¬ A nation struck at their feudal yoke too ill to Twas found the Rriit could not ba withstood filling tho air and covering the ground tions voted by States and twenty four And wisdom was found in the multitude I completely Tellers were appointed or one for each Tho wind rose whirling tho snow up State They were seated at two tables ngaiust the pities in huge drifts Tho and thoso at ono table appointed Mr A SIIANTY track was no longer visible Webster of Massachusetts to annonnco Ilugo banks of snow blocked the way the result and those at tho other tablo Mrlwajletjbis isiftOtli Jtfae cook and the lumberman came suddenly to a appointed Mr John Bandolph of Vir-Â¬ As old Airs Watson spoke tliaa briefly full knowledge of tho fact that it would ginia to perform tho same oflico Mr Wallace Alwado turned partly around soon lie impossible for him to proceed Mr Speaker Webster rose nnd said Â¬ facing the lsnmll delicato woman who Ugh what a fearful night ncro hav tho Tellers of the votes at this table havo stood btit partially revealed in tho shad Â¬ ing muttered the lumberman as ho proceeded to count the ballots contained ows of tho long Jow roofed shanty buttoned his great coat more closely and in the box set before them The result For one instant ho stood gazing in- Â¬ strove to peer ahead through the blind Â¬ they find to be that there are For tently into the palo face of the timid ing storm Supiose Meltha hasnt John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts retiring creature before him then ex- Â¬ found a shelter The thought sent a thirteen votes for Androw Jackson of tended his hand with a polite bow and chill to his heart Tennessee seven votes for William H pleasant word of greeting On and on tho horses foundered tho Crawford of Georgia four votes Mr Melth tho cook drifts growing deeper tho storm fiercer Bandolph from tho other table mado a Tiis heart at meantime What a thrill shot through statement corresponding with that of the mention of the name As their hands Tho wind rose to a gale hurling the Mr Webster in tho facts but varying clasped in tho dim firelight and he snow in sheeted masses through thejiir in tho phraseology so as to say that gazed down into the pale face of the wliilo the gloom of approaching night Mr Adams Mr Jackson nnd Mr Craw shrinking figure before him Wallace settled down uion the forest ford had received the votes of eo many Alwades mind grew troubled Alwado consulted his watch in somo States instead of so many votes Mr That face so thin and palo with long- Â¬ surprise Bandolph was a State Bights man ing regretful shadows lurking in tho of So late ho muttered I did not of tho sohool of John Taylor of oneac- Â¬ violet eyes touched a half forgotten chord think was going at such a snails pace tho Carolinas and so he could not I in his bachelor heart It was but a Xow Im in a fix to be snre cept the form of annunciation adopted by dreamy reflection of tho past however His horses struggling in a deeper drift Mr Webster The Speaker then stated Ho remembered where he wis and than usual came suddenly to a halt this result to tho House and announced turned away without thinking deeply Alwade peered about him The forest the- - election of Mr Adams to the Presi- Â¬ was not likely that an almost forgotten looked strange and new to him It The dency Tho usual committee to notify dream would jneet with fruition in a place truth suddenly flashed upon his brain the President and tho President elect of like this a dingy lumber shanty in tho be I see Ive lost the main road some-Â¬ what had been dono was ordered toad- Â¬ rt of the great pino woods how and this is some ono of the many appointed and then tho Houso impute later tho jmglo of sleigh old logging tracks mused the lumber Â¬ journed t cut the frosty night air man forgetting Mcltha for tho time Of tho eminent men who took part Jp UMw Watson I must be going under the difficulties of his own situation in these proceedings which as being vsaac dealer turning toward Night was setting in rapidly Tho something out of tho observation of the storm still raged furiously There was existing generation wo have given at no chance of finding tho right road t somo lengtn au long since departed from the scone on which thoy were lead night If this was a log road there mu ing actors Adams and Calhoun Web- an end somewhere and then he wov antics j sterandBandolph Gaillard and Tazewell ouched hLs horses with tho ylAlTnvlor and BarbourvTackson and uraw lviilfraf111 Hrttlrt --frtwl TVTVTOTia nliiT gwcral attemutsi iv ivj fflfl9l Sa3AJtt5aaZl tr IN -- i iaiti thfg It is the flat who loves to havo others flatter him - Srf M Many a broth of a boy has been re- Â¬ 72 m duced to n supo at tho theatre w m Hv wTwr Xsas i T am V 4m -- Z J t -it vLV A max out in Nebraska died tho other day while blowing his nose It was a jU fatal blow avSlAe rYou can tell when a reporter Is going t Sytfyr- to mako a point by the way he sharpens 2 his pencil t vanish To rcmovo supfluons hair Send in Jioiituolcy Tlio 3H your well filled mattress to be done over by a cheap upholsterer The book agent knows he solid NO J3 Y 1880 when he wipes his feet on n doormaiin which tho word t Welcome is woven Oct in the mines tlmyshoot a man f SaTMEtte Cider A Cooks Beqnlromcnts SWALLOWEiVBYTHE SEA Anecdote efEdwIn JFerresti who refuses to think his soup straight 2 S One thiniWwAun said Mr Hath A short timo ago tho wifo of n received a letter Jrom him at Crre from tho plate Ulmira Free Frcss forty gallons of distingushed professional gentleman of FarfajTJJitttrMtBg tfcetemarhabte Rav lahd postmarked St Loum informing away emphatiaSv A DisnGunED man feels bad of course S BKm oc the ciM Detroit advertised for a cook and mo that he was ready to1 fulfill his cider wont keep fcle were drinking it Shakespeare tells us the seas a promise made two years previous upon There must be Wiething put in it to about being marked for life but when he received among others the follow- Â¬ tliief ijjibg and Ive heard 13 marked for death ho must feel worse ing extraordinary response For tho rates his our experiencejfullj corrobo tho conclusion of hia St Jjpnu engage keep it fro Streams all oTer Ah exchange says Our coasts havo been the-- ment Of course T was doligafed and that mastard seW tbe article modesty of tho writers demands nnd as Tins is a tho county are running dry observed Mr Lcf an cxamplo of pious didactics the letter rougWy ravaged by the relentless forcj immediately replied anu as ho had not I agree of thip powerful element and many are Stated take care of it canard When a stream is dry it cant fingwcllS1 is monumental how many pighta he would re the thackferwilbrasbut-I-iBclinto the run This is in reply to your ad- Â¬ victine to and villages that have fallen main with me I Mrs question f its insatinble maw A little girl who was muh pettcddoubt Unis be at ceoemDercd that in Decern idea that homnMttu la ftgbeit Put fa vertisement for cook To which I would was r lilr a cif4 Tnrf rr rrantTamano ooifl the sas nas always been -cmirflTkcep t ado say Thnt if I coiddiind or learn of a a very eota jjecemDer at in horseradisk ij1 I0jvui I Dert knees better than on ladies dont you all winters jift place that would suit me P1 answer ri said j ma would take it 1 will here write you 7 1et me bstouows rTriAr 53 i j IOTeTer twnea Beneath uie wasVt Op forty cases on tho docket of the - You tkmm chicken iraci3L1n what 1 want lirst 1 want a goodplaco TTOVAlR I f 1B vKaATVH1 Jiowlonfe Mr Anderson - iI I wiU rclH wnn Tnii Ifak in TroaTrto is t mnir and m Ban laltL Tcua that Fayette County Texas District Court umcuuuuimwii first class in every respect as far as Ufl fi6 coast of Yorkshire frrnnPlam iHCvini4 warm ten nightsr If it Is cold Afr minufes akA waVBrDnmp an nineteen aro for divorce Oaly twenty character and reputation is concerned xuisius mu boroivh- - head taSpur point kbedam EnwraPoEBEST t nlentv at d yoave got your one murders work for must Second tho partys that I nge Ofcio by the sea for agea J been He camehowever and after wo had cidrwWSre Thinkso Mrr be kind geniel obliging and respectful When Bmtnsand Oassms wi crouwrs verynsive JPret PlriUirXi fttimatcs DiafflAl Mil WAfnila Ma4niMinM w lnvcaMvnx - aimTfUQtl loll METEzic it nnd also thankful strictly in accordance tho girls used to say- - that Brute was vijniuUiM iiwMuijjjs n uiuiucm two nfattershe thol0flanattherat6ofiiljout eIwasagood with the bible construction of tho bible ctent yj reioined iStSher- - a nice fellow but they preferredTCi nd rirteryaeAper ycaran averi pe3t4aHragswer6d that I liked to blnubt biif that the AUO See 3d chapter of tho Epistle of Paul to sT1 Aleil C1UII1CU uua Ulfe mktiriiUlShd thein tho Collossians 12 13 14 15 also 17th P -Kl2JyoutakeVempn t S4ii5Wf3rtt6tfKu1elRa wha vw waniu Dorax a asKed the agreeaole oyster opener ut verse likewise ltu chapter 01 the same epistle first nnd second verse and On some of our old maps wo may read wnllc every morning before breakfast pound of borax will keep that barrel of No1 said the stranger regardless ol Btich items as Hartbum washed away nuu iiiauu 11 a iniuu auu asiieii uio 10 cider until spring even down to the sixth verse 1 cau not whole shell or nothing expense sea accompany him I consented and tho Hyde lost in the sea Each gentleman sustained bis view as yet find any placo or lady of any by tho Indiosatios will fill the breast of every Hero stood Auburn which was washed next morning wo started at 7 oclock with potent arguments but the dinner household that is worthy of any person men to walk out Euclid avenuo Tho Bev B Wilton I was finished before any conclnsion was artist when- - awo state that two otherwero like mo to work for them in nccordanco away by tho sea arrested in lumber yard the day M A has composed a graceful littlo wumt u 10 hiiuw 1111a 1110 town nmvori nr nml thorwirtv Kpnnmrvl as tho bible teaches us Therefore I will because of a design had never been there It Tliey can talk about their borax and on woocL-they were suspected admit I am hard to suit as I do not enro poem on the latter placo still is said that as ho to be seen before Woll wo walked and walked I raisins and horseradish till theyre to extend my labors to none where thoy tho ruins of Auburn aro Mary this venerable goose Mismnss opposite Auburn honso Bridlington was nearly perished with cold and won- - gray said Mr Hathaway as ho flopped are not w ortliy in the sight of God above quay hasbeen subjected to many ravages dered whether or not Forrest was ever iiiil ihmi RLnn irrni inn tiiei ritnruiiiir is tough enough to break ones teeth to receivo it Maid Yesm didnt you tell me And wherever I work I desiro to bo in 1837 after stormy weather the wholo going to stop Finnlly ho asked mo j hut Ill havo my mustard seed in before 1kss or manager of my own kitchen as was a scene of ruin houses being de Â¬ where wo could get breakfast I said j they roll over and cautiously stepping maam that you wanted it for a piece de the north from mui u nuitj jiuiiruiuimy tYruts I am competent as housekeeper to do so stroyed nndHouses havepier severed been four miles from town nnd could piucen down Rtsais ho extracted the bung and resistance Op a miserly man who died of soften Â¬ the land frequently get poured a liberal dose of the seeds into In whatever placo or position I placo my- Â¬ taken down to save them from beinu nico breakfast thero To mv distrust ho tlm lnrmi ing of the brain a local paper said His immnt Tirt tciII self either as cook or housekeeper or any YtnllVjw1 j 1 n n nirri nml it but his Ai4 uuii8ii uu tereu tif other occupation that ought tobe con- Â¬ swept into tho sea Soventcen or tirrli cold wi lin1 UUu lorsix years ana tinvmg uie head gave waysoftened hand never did teen hundred years ago we are told that asked whero wo cotdd get breakfast fur- - bung homo ho went back to bed His brain but bis heart on a business rule plan as busiducted Its clear to mv mind that Hathawav couldnt ness it is liko a Judge Lnwycr Mer- Â¬ a Roman villa of great proportions stood j ther on I said the next placo was Mc- their Felix Oh well A Providekc paper says a prominent istrvini tn wrra tlmt ridnr liv faith chant or Mechanich Or any profession on Filey Bay 01 now Portus how Elraths seven miles out ithin tho last Baid ho well just walk out there and muttered Mr Leffingwell an hour later citizen of New Hampshire died of in-Â¬ it Also as bucIi mucn remains in his oflico or occupation flammation of the bowels agedforty eight partys can live nbovo want They can twenty years Prof Phillips tells us of we did had our brenkfast and walked as he groped around for his clothes The samo thing occurred j Mustard seed Why ho might just as years Pretty old inflammation wa likewise lie above waste Therefore I tho discovery of tho traces of a building back again s want it as my privilege To carefully save on the very edge of the cliff rudely for tho next three or four mornings nnd wcll put m squash rind Im going to should say Two chijdren in the Tulleries wero ex- Â¬ nil I can that can not bo used up very paved with corner stones mortised in then Forrest wanted to take a new route fill that barrel with horseradish before well on their tables for home poor stray the middle for upright posts a central That was a terribly cold morning and hes up and show him how to keep tolling the qualities of their respective the floor covered from a foot to a we went up along tho lake shore For- - ciier Mustard seed 111 head a sub papas Mine is as tall as the garden mortal somewhere that may stand much stoneand half deep a with the bones of rest wore a big light colored overcoat scription with 5 to test hLs sanity re-Â¬ foot wall said one in need And would be glad very to My papa can see i ceive without begrudging or fault finding animals used for food a great amount of and I had only a short coat and com- - And Mr Leffingwell shivered down to overthe garden walL pottery nearly all Boman coins and paratively was thinly clad Along the the cellar and cracked awnv with a ham when he has his hat on And mine too on a just and laitniui workers part Furthermore I would say I wish not to manyaother things showing it to have shore there is a point that pits out into mcr until the bung flew out liko a bullet A witness under cross examination There ho ejaculated as he poked causo any ono unnecessary trouble by been large residence Inxuriously kept tho lake and out onto tha point where possibly part of apnetorinm the icy winds were keenest went Forrest the horseradish in with his thumb who had been tortured by a lawyer for tho presence in tho kitchen any more Onthorne is another departed village I of course had to do likewise For- - thatll do the business and with chat several hours at last asked for a glass of than is necessary unless their motive is There the I In 1828 its churchyard remained with rest stood on the extreme point looking tering teeth he prowled back to his water youd better said the Judge go good Or to accomplish a purpose think witness let only one tombstone which the sea soon uiii over 1110 ureury waste oi water ine room Which by their so doing Their presence claimed fot its now as you have pumped him dry violence of the wind had lashed the own One woidd think to hear these people would bo very ngrecable indeed While Native Alaskan ladies of fashion wear On the coast of Lincolnshire the ravÂ¬ bosom of Lake Erio into foam and talk that theyd been brought up in an otherwise it would not The writer of entire suits made of sealskin drink whis Â¬ ages of the sea though not extensive breakers dashed in continually with a orchard said Mr Andersen to himself this would not bother or trouble Partys ky and eat whales blubber and they leen very angry roar thejwere engaged for only at times have still t Skegnessconsiderable From sullen nnd onco desolatethe wholo making as he jabbed the right foot into the wrong are not a bit stuck up about it either there are still many a scene at and grand slipper Borax Horseradish Mus- Â¬ There is a moral concealed in Uie busi Â¬ when necessary which might be fre- Â¬ Grimsby The sharp wind seemed to go through tard What that cider wants is raisins quent if desirable in order to please sat- visible vestiges of a submarine forest ness end of this paragraph Upon isfactorily for both partys also the work Dngdale lowever attributes its sub- Â¬ me but Forrests attention seemed to be and thats what its going to get The late Bev Dr Symington not feel- Â¬ mersion to mi earthqnake Ittcrby Owlo rivited on the lake He stood thus in which Mr Anderson crept down into the done by G oclock or as near as can pos- Â¬ one Sunday and Cleo sibly so thnt each and all can enjoy tho flooded Ness were so despoiled and silence for a long time it seemed an age cellar and inoculated the barrel with a ing well who was a morning said to his beadle Man character that they originated the local tome and then he turned suddenly to couple of pounds of raisins be- 6 to their own pleasuro as Its night after Bobert I wish you would preach for mo mo nnd said termGonJ to Humber to spoil already ho soliloquized ginning they desire and nbovo all things they AtlChrunrcoe a church village and Icanna do that promptly Ellslerli eying tho floating seeds and radish sus- Â¬ to day must bear Charity and good respect replied Itobort bnt1 often prajr seven hunrd acres of land aro said to Well piciously but without identifying them Bemembering that those that labors has Aro thero any heretics in this d d troyed by theseai and near souls to save as well as them that do not have been If I hadnt been lightning quick wed you town Old woman UWUC3 IJVW UCIM1 have been drinking vinegar by dinner- Â¬ Inhor nnd that the laborincr Teofile will wav found BHOHBflMiE Tho question was sudden and unex- Â¬ time ivp jtfns dto And satisfied that he had saved asked a loafer w6qmo day stand liigher in the RuTgdom fish- - pected Fofrest was serious and by tho ahe beverage feHMBHtiack to the in the til heaven above man theni they lhprnJlv expression u his tell it For j rk for as thoy are much kiP moment I ifardly faco I knew to answer a shsets know what T1 r stuff Ijlierefore thoy truly desiro duo What Im fom tho wealthier class But if jirm r ias m j am m iH 1 L fe ri wlr - wr jK r i ii i as wd m a j r- h m -- teL -- ft iSW x xm Oltlost Newspaper western DEMfilJRW f VOL xflf Jd Â¬ Â¬ ZKSfy rrvrrr VJK-1-- tia wd Â¬ witl Iefent e o- fd t L lit -- - aryet i i J riiTi--ri-- n 1 jt 4 1 11 WaJlitom aM Mllft - 224 ti3 1 mummlBrTrf JHP- - WirT f i1 m 111 Â¬ wl1 lrn 1 1 I Â¬ jbu I j ofHp- o -- Xitorn ecFtcreaso every fninute in mrr t- - i t uu Mr Alwade Mvhus-ot your generosity tacts are stubborn things returned Fade The job is progressing well under Mr Watsons management and I am only too glad to place the credit where l 7W KLrOU rshall Know jd l ah 3foHISkr fioH hnrd are all hhaltt trouble icse flying reports again Tl feared for the consequences Peering anxiously ahead a dark snow- capped pile met his straining vision The next minute his horses ttood steam- Â¬ If he found no shelter soon Alwado it belongs Thus speaking tho rich lumberman left the room and entered tho sleigh that stood waiting at the door jj Speedings over the glistr moiSpOWj under the tall pines with tl M5 win Â¬ ter air cutting like a knife Walaco Al Â¬ wado felt strangely invigorated after contact with the close air of the lumber shanty That evening after reaching his room Alwade found time for reflection The face of Mcltb the cook pale worn and timid haunted him once more like the dim memory of a half forgotten dream Why did he give the pale faced ehantyiCOokB Eeconiihought Simply because this was not the first time he had seen that face In pondering over the subject Alwade came suddenly into full knowledge why he had been so strangely affected at meeting Melth A vision of the long ago was before him He stood under the gaslight plead- Â¬ ing for the love of a3 beautiful a girl as the sun ever shone on He could see the haughty curl of the iull red lips see the scornful flash of those violet eyes and even feel the sting of the words that fell from the maidens lips refusing him laughing to scornaU his passionate plead ings and all because Jie was but a poor law student without name or fortune in the world His hopes were crushed for- Â¬ ever Hewent our into the world with a bitter pain in his heart yet unable even then to conquer tho love that had mas tered him bo utterly That was twelve years ago twelve painful years to Wallace Alwade Ont West under the shadows of the Michk gan pines he had built up n fortune and stood one of the foremost men in tho strong vigorous yonng State where our story is located For twelve years he had heard nothing of Meltha Bayne Was it wonderful then that ho failed to recognize in Melth tho cook the self willed imperious beauty who had scorn- ed him in his youth After hours of thought ho was not fully satisfied It could not bo that Meltha Bayne had fallen so low as this a cook in one of his logging shanties That night the face of Melth haunted the rich lumberman and at earliest dawn ho was once more seated behind his magnificant bays speeding rapidly into the great woods Â¬ -- ing beside a half rniued log shanty It was id most dark now but Alwado quietly unhitched from the cutter and drove his team under the friendly shelter This had onco been used for a barn Across tho way some rods ahead was the cooks shanty Alwade found the door lianging on ono hinge a portion of the bhanty roof fallen in but this shelter was better than tho bnow nnd storm outside He had matches in his pocket and one of these was quickly ignited An old bunk stood next the wall Quickly de- Â¬ molishing this the lumberman soon had a brisk fire in the long unused fire place Bemoving his great coat he stood over the fire and warmed his handf thankful for his lucky escape from death at tho hands of the frost king The fire blazed up brightly lighting the room throughout Good heaven whats this Wallace Alwood stood staring into the corner of the room whore a hnman form lay coiled upon the frozen ground Approaching the lumberman stood over the darK robcd hgure stood and gazed for a minute spell bound into tho face of a woman Meltha Bending down quickly the stont man gathered tho light form in his arms and bore it to the fire Dead he groaned as he gazed into the rigid face To his great delight ho was soon re- Â¬ warded with a groan followed shortly after by a sight of two great frightened violet eyes iBim A ardthem will ituiv mill iiTii- nt fiitiiv nn T X end or are but dimiyrcmemnereu can com America of 1881 bears no more resem 1 Now 11 you Mrs blance to tho America of 1S25 thnii tho thoso rules I havo hero written America of 1S25 bore to tho America of cio mo reference accordini If j ou will Yet a few years and tho actors of w ish to comply 1770 to day now so eager and so fall of life liv wnteiucr J will renlv to vou will bo swept away and will be moulder Â¬ personally or writing you pnoje 1 would yfjur place ing in obscure cemeteries or in nameless not mind of trying ou and tho price of they care as littlo for awhile anyway Thati3 if church yards But is tho would the future as they aire for the past being wagesobject Mtit Of course thatcharge to I should expect was do devoted to the vital though fust lleeting next to present which is ever with men yet according to what the work to them not day by day or hour by and in the manner that it was required dies more to hour or oven minute by minute but to bo done as it is worth much the same do tho work for home than it is Bcond by second Boston Traveller work for others Hoverygirl would do as I do there ould bo better mistresses Saving Transportation and bettor places than what there are said and good girls would not bo crushed Talk about your mean men old Pioneer Skinderson at Phil Mc down and tnxl upon as they aro now If Tho very tightest you wish to comply with this Or rather Goverus saloon closest far seeing calculating old skin Â¬ reply to it you may address mo with flint I over seed was old Klamscatter the your reference as I havo hero stated yours very Bespectfully Mine Superintendent who died up nt Mns Gold Hill the other day Detroit PoslC3ico Was eh encouragingly remarked a customer who was feeding Phils bull- Â¬ Seo sixteenth chapter of Luke from dog with petrified sandwiches from tho the nineteenth to tho thirty first verses Study it well and meditate on it deeply Yes sir reo he was justpizen he There is more in it than you can well was closer than the bark to a tree conceive I would also say read the When he was running the Hornet Mine bible well for tho interest of vour soul up at Virginia he used to skulk around A Negro Bitty the levels disguised as a mule tender just to pipe off the men who didnt keep nearest approach to a completo The hard at it so as to dock em tho next negro ditty which I have been able tc Saturday strike writes Mr Thomas Hughes from Why the dern cuss is ono which a-- young East Tennessee Ho actually encouraged a Texan cattle driver gives with a wonderBut wait drill runner to tell along story ono day ful roll of the word chariot which canwhile thoy were waiting for some ma not bo written It runs W-- VHe Meltha Bayne ho whispered softly Where am I she answered Safe Meltha Thank heaven for sending mo out of my road to nght said Wallace Alwado fervently An hour later Meltha Bayne was able to sit up In a few brief words she related her adventures of the past twenty hours Sho had wandered off from tho main road and had traveled on many by roads through snow and storm finally coming to tho knowledge of the fact that she was lost Two honrs before she had found this shanty and tired and cold sho had sank down to slumber from which 6ho would never havo waked but for the comincr of Alwado Why did you leave Mrs Watson Meltha After meeting you I could not re-Â¬ main sho said simply Can it bo that After meeting me you still hate me Meltha Her violet eyes sought his faco won dcringly Hate you Mr Alwado I could never exclaimed the lumberman Gone do that I could not bear to see you seemingly staggered nt a sudded ro elaand know that you were gloating over tion I Yes Sho must havo slipped off 111 tho revenge hat time has wrought the night somo lime said Mrs Watson Â¬ have hated myself many times for tho past in my life looking her surprise at tho straugc inter Ho seized her hand and bent a search- Â¬ est her employer took in tho littlo faded face cook It dont matter a great deal ing look into her thin faded let tho past My Meltha I nm content to though continued Mrs Watson husband can hunt up another woman lio buried I am a lone old bachelor rich and crusty but I want n wife right quick Woll Alwado fatood warming his Wallace Will you bo that wifo to me Mel hands by tho jure tha She went in the night you say After my treatment of you when Yes or very early this morning Yes after that go Why did she For pitys sake Wallace tears fill Cant say Parhans she left some word a note ing tho violet eyes For loves sake Meltha or something Tears fell from her eyes Ho drew Not a thing Sho must have been brave to dare a her head to his broad breast and sealed cold winters night for the sake of leaving the compact with a kiss The wealthy lumberman found the here unseen presides Its queer very queer muttered tho wife who grace in aover his houso with Bhanty Melth and I agreed perfectly exquisite woman - cant Bee what cause she had for A little wrong dono to another is turned hurriedly to depart great wrong dono to ourselves Â¬ Â¬ chinery to be repaired and afterward docked tho man half a day and nil the fellows that heard it four bits apieco for stopping to laugh He charged one man ten cents for a single grin Great Gosh Thats nuthin JimBriggs who was up on the Lodo when tho old miser died said that about on hour before Klam- Â¬ scatter handed in his checks he sent for the doctor and says ho TJoc give us the straight business la thero any show for me Nary show says tho doctor youll strike bed rock afore night Then says old Klamscatter I want some of yon fellows to carry mo up to tho top of Mount Davidson right off H 1 can light out from there it will save my soul a clear inile of transportation And did thoy do it asked a man who had walked up over by tho stove Well no replied tho narrator sim Â¬ The boys took him over puthim ply on tho cage and let him down to tho lowest level of the Homet instead They said that they guessed ho had made a little mistake about tho direction somo how To tho best of their judgment his soul was going tho other way an Francisco lost Tiio Inventor or tho Bell Bopo On Trains The lato Captain Aj res of Patterson N J was tho inventor of tho present bell rope system on railroads When ho commenced running on tho Now York and Erio Bailroad tho locomotive had no cab for tho engineer nothing but 0 framowork Thero was no way to go over tho cars nor for tho engineer to communicate with tho conductor when the train was in motion In thoso days instead of the conductor running tho train as at present tho engineer had entire charge and tho conductor was a mero collector of fores and tickets In 1842 Ayres inaugurated a system of sigÂ¬ nals by a cord running over the cars to tho engine whero it was attached to a stick of wood Ayres engineer a Dutch man named Hamill resented tho innova- Â¬ tion cut tho btick loose and the conductor and engineer had a fight at Turners over the matter Ayers whipping his en- j gineer badly and thereafter conductors and not engineers had charge of trains Soon after the bell rope and gong went into general use Ialcrson iv J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prat jI33B idSWwZi -VlKl Thcrejas another Iong silenco For- Â¬ niiaid wilSHPRSvbefoTo I can to tinker been washed its orhrinal rest with a grave facewas again looking get there 3lBEannge to stick their mad hurcli At tho lowest ebbs of tho tido over tho mud waters and apparently had foolishness irijpLm gone but if I can being alu it My empty thisjKJKibeforo theyre around well till she iiuu great number of islets and decayed forgotten ho had spoken to me trees may bo seen When the lato Sir curiosity to know what was in Ins theres muilPider saved Mr Sher- Â¬ when blio pansd tfUuLj Joseph Banks examined theso islets or thoughts was aroused and after a timo I wood belted away at the barrel until tho before the vords Hist It asked clay huts as they are sometimes called bung toppled out audiu went his liorax and then to tlu conbternatiu Why do you want to know the people told him that their ancestors Thats tho business he observed with audience pronounced the I Because said Forrest slowly and great satisfaction could discern the ruins of the old church as ho replaced the shouting 4HLte Borneo Histe if thero are any infidels let bung solemnly at very low water Nricbc itc professional friend making It will teach them boys not to At Adulethorp and Mablethorpe traces them come here and look upon this mag- Â¬ be so dogmatic with their remedies here- Â¬ a call iWell nuss sez he igh any of a submarine forest are especially visi- Â¬ nificent element and let them go homo after orty hke he bcz Wot do you think No more was said and we cider ble Birch fir and oak aro the trees audpray I dont believe that said was veryÂ¬ says he Doctor 1 sez ofquite differ Â¬ Manaycr John good in the first place which are the most distinguishable tho continued our walk Mr Ander enshal I sez Im qutto your opin the soil in wiuch thoy are fixed and to Ellser in the Pittsburg Leader Aud Im the samp way of son as he pushed his glass from him that ion I sez which they grew is a soft greasy clay We got swindled on thinking nuss sez he Aud sowe settles night at dinner Had to Attend a Funeral He above which is a stratum of decayed Profetional friend much interest- Â¬ it that cider Old Cliief Justico Eunipus was ob leaves and other vegatable matter several Sherwood Lor And wot was his opinion It ed I think so said Mrwe streperous on the bench His dignity had a bad taste when inches thick tapped it It now Nurse Bless yer art my dear his self esteem iilio a isnt fit to drink now Acccording to Lyoll at Shcringaam on was unassailable creetur in course he never hadnt given subscription with the coast of Norfolk there is now a depth triple wall of granito or gates of brass to riono Id head aman to of twenty feet of water whero forty through which tho fumiliarity of the send that cider the Penitentiary A Gloomy Bridal eight years ago there stood a cliff fifty common herd could not make its way In observed Mr Leffingwell severely It friendship is not good cider Wo could not havo feet high with houses upon it The an- Â¬ dispensing justice ho knew no We have heard of somo dark scenes cient villages of Shipden Wimpwell nnd and in dealing out tho duties of those put anything in to keep it What do but rarely encountered anything so utÂ¬ Eccles have been lost The site of ancient who served about him ho woidd sooner you think Mr Hathaway terly deficient in sunshino and whitewash Conner is now a part of tho German have cut off a finger than show favor to I had my suspicions of it from the as the following It reads like a yard of ocean tho inhabitants having gradually one moro than to another first replied Mr Hathaway Its old On a certain occasion when an import- Â¬ stock and I think we had better give it crape rotreatcdinlaud to the present town Gloom was upon her countenance and which In Suffolk at Duntiicli onco the larg ant case was on tho docket one of might away upon his The man whose holy office it those run through several days And then there was silence and each was to unite them in bonds never to be est seaport on tho coast the loss has been very great Monasteries churches who had been drawn to servo on the gentleman wondered if it wouldnt havo torn asunder stood liko an executioner modestly and very po- - been better to let the other gentlemen asked very and public buildings havo at different telv to be excused He gave as a try their various recipes before zealous- Â¬ before the bride and bridegroom and times been destroyed including four hun Â¬ they tho pair waiting to Iks blessed dred houses at once The town is now reason for his request that his business ly administering his own Brooklyn bent down their heads- - liko criminals beShould Eagle was pressing him hard for time reduced to a suiall village with about two fore him v I be called from my business during the hundred inhabitants In vain might the eye watch around tho time of Queen Elizabeth two or three days next to come he said In Examination In Medicine theassembly in search of sunshine upon tho loss to mo and to my partners Brighton in Sussex stood where the By a Philadelphia Diploma Cheap a single countenance all was dreary chain pier now stretches into the sea would be more than I can tell For my- Â¬ Doctor blaek and assistants as well as attend- Â¬ self I would not care so much but I Part of tho town was destroyed in 16C5 Examiner Where is the stomach ol ants at the ceremony were alike loss to others and in 1703 and 1705 the remainder was ought not to bring shrouded in ono dark overshadowing The Judge lookedathim tremendouslyl man located De dclble he chare me round a ump overwhelmed consisting of one hundred Student Somewhere between the mass of rayless gloom Gwlno or to carry mv home a look that might have paralysed a and thiateen houses Ah joyful should ever be tho linking He caich memost at ebcry Jump weaker man The look was majestio and crown of the head and the soles of the Uwlue lor to carry me home of young hearts together and terrible chay-c-of pained surprise and of feet awful a look Swim low iweet Under the Rose Sub rosn Tis welL What is the principal must be the feelings of those around Gwlne for to carry m home The true origin of the term under tho mingled reproof How dare you present use of tho stomach whom tho shadows of fate are gathering Sir Man mate one grab at me The ilebWo he rose is undoubtedly to bo sought from even at the threshold which should blaze To run up board bills Gwlno etc personal business in the balance against thfijrery early oriental connection of thnt me and ray soul goed free He When is it proper to prolong cases of iu all the gorgeous coloring of hope and demands of tho law Though your Hbwer with tho rites of the worship of tho Gwlue cic promise heav- Â¬ sickness Swing low etc Venus In all the early mythologies the business wero to uphold the arching per- Â¬ Yet the same somber shade the same When the patient is able to pay ens it should not excuse you from rose was employed in crowning tho Oh wont we lme a gay old time gloom of hue the samo depth of dark Â¬ forming tho solemn duties to which you well G wine eta Ouccn of Love or her worshipers and ness was seated upon every feature No Do you bleed regularly subpoenaed and ap-Â¬ A eatln upo honey and alrlnkln up 0 wine in many instances it is a symbol of the have been Sir you will remain upon sudden blushing of the rose noswift Yes Gwlue etc pointed divinity herself Tho secrecy with which Swing low etc succeeding of the lily no fitful changes What organ veiled tho jury telling of youthful passions and warm Tho patients pocket This sir I think yon will agroo with these religions mysteries wero reason Shortly after this when his Honor had Bight What is your favorite style briffht hone were seen in the brides mo though precious is obviously a frag- Â¬ would sufficiently indicate the recovered his breath and a look of com cheek but ono unvarying shade of fu- Â¬ ment only It took our Texan many why the symbols connected with it weroÂ¬ placency had crept over his corrugated of practice typical Thero Visiting each patient threo times a neral gloom possessed the bride pos- Â¬ months to pick it up oven in this mutil- Â¬ also evidenceof silence use of the is abunda visage up to him sidled a pale faced I rose as ant that the sessed the groom possessed the preacher day at five dollars per visit ated condition symbol of silence is of far greater anti Â¬ cadaverous looking man with a mournful J What are indispensable adjuncts to a in fact thoy were all possessed expression of countenance a bend hi his Â¬ quity than the days of Bomans or Norsegood practice Header they were Timbuctoo darkiest Improved Mortar for Plnstcrlnj back and a solemn shade In his garl men Thero has arisen much petty con Â¬ Spectacles a horse and buggy a A now method of making mortar for troversy about tho common expression and he also had como to beg that he Bobby and the Plaster stylish residence dignity and a fashionÂ¬ ori- Â¬ might bo oxcused from serving on tho plastering walls has been devised which under the rose and two different j able wife jury Bobby Blinkers was a Nevada boy confidently said by thoso who are in Â¬ gins have been assigned is Somo persons What aro the best means of fostering and didnt want to go to school He did Your Honor I O your Excellency formed as to it to be superior to any assert that it ought to bo spelt unuer growth of a small practice not put in his appearance at breakfast other over yet tried Stucco or plaster the rows for that in former days almost mean as he saw the old jurist just upon j the By hanging a largo door bell in nfnjiris is used instead of lime in mak all towns were built with tho second tho point of exploding I would not ask your house which can bo heard over tho and about 9 oclock his mother went up ho carried to seo what was the matter Bob was ing tho mortar ono part of stucco by story proiectinc over tho lower ono a this indeed I would not entire neighborhood and employing a writhing about the bed from an impro- Â¬ to his measure being used to two parts of sand sort of piazza or row as they termed it his handkerchief flood of eyes and put man to ring it occasionally at night emotion I said vised stomach ache All right No hair is used for tho first or scratch and which may still bo seen nt Chester back the rising What aro orthodox aids in securing tho oldlady coat and threo coats of plastering aro and some other old English towns nnd would not ask it for myself but a solemn Ill apply a mustard plas- Â¬ ter and in a fow minutes a hot mustard put on In mixing tho stucco nnd sand that whilst tho elders of tho family wero sacred duty a duty your Honor which practice a quart of glue water is used to the pail- Â¬ sitting at their windows gravely enjoy Â¬ no other calling of earth can transcend tho Begular attendance at church aud plaster containing two square feet of employment of another man to rush inoth o power was spread upon tho boys ful of sand and stucco mixed and then ing tho air their sous and daughters It is tho melancholy duty your august Ah mo up tho nisio during services and call abdomen Mother how long must clean water is added until the mortar is wero making love whero thoy could not Honor of nttentung a funeral from you out overy other Sunday Tho mortar see them this thing stay on I guess Ill be of the right conitihtemsy Tho other Thoso whom wo love aro dropping shall under tho rows CuiBono able to tako it oil nliout 1 thus ntternoon must bo used as soon as mado and only is much more elegant Cupid it is said us dropping ono by one and I Latin Thats and then if I can get an emetic to work made in small quantities at 11 timo It is gave a roso to Harpocratcs tho god of oro long go to join tho host upon tho True but whats tho calling and itll bo all right Lie utill my lwy Ill claimed that it will make a harder more bilenco and from this legend originated other tido The Judgo lifted his spectacles and ringing lor t liring you througlu Then Bob roso up perfect wall can bo used to hotter ad tho practico that prevailed ainonght To develop tho idea abroad of a largo immediately and started for school nnd wiped a moto from his oyo Aautngo and is littlo if any more expeu Northern nntious of tiusrHnidiiig a roso practico My good man your leoiings do yon tho plaster was tho caiuso of his being from the ceiling over tho upper end of BieOrand Jlapids Easile What aro necessary qualities in a an hour late tho table whero it was intended thnt tho credit Under such circunistnncos I will physician you You may go sir and attend Mark Twains Bceipo conversation wns to bo kept secret and excuso sad ceremonies that await tho French Politeness To look wise talk littlo remain non- Â¬ and that it was according to others upon the To mako this excellent breakfast dish j committal as to tho nnturo of tho disease stricken mourner Mile X waits ono morning in vain for Tako a sufficiency which gavo riso to tho phrase proceed as follows under Ho aud impress on tho friends of tho patient tho arrival of her old music teacher At Tho man went out in a hurry of water and a sufficiency of flour nnd tno roso 1Cd critical condition was careful to drop a tear of gratitude last his littlo daughter makes her appear Â¬ construct a bullet proof dough Work What class of pationts should bo ance iu his stead and says Mamma Judgo and then ho sidled away to tho A Difference In Value this into tho form of a disc with tho encouraged in developing imaginary sends mo to say that sho hopes you wil cdge3 turned up somo threo fourths of nn Bosseau alluding to tho kindness of with tho Bwif tness of a shadow muttered tho august complaints Poor man excuse papa from coming to give hit conplo neighbors savs that when his wife died Toughen and kiln dry it a inch Women with nothing to do and lesson tins morning because ho is dead of days in a mild and unvarying temper- Â¬ evory father in tho neighborhood- - offered j Court to itself after tho juror had gone plenty of money to do it with and then to tho clerk ature Constiuct a cover for his redoubt to console him with ono of his dnughters Correct Youro bound to havo an Two men fired simultaneously at each Mr Clerk who is that man whom I in tho hamo way and of tho bame mater- Â¬ but a few weeks afterward his cow hav- - j havo just excused from service as a extensive and profitable practico witlun other in a Salt Lake bar room and the stewed dried apples ial Fill with ing shared tho same fate no ono over two years Heres your diploma bullets came into collision Thero could aggravate with cloves lemon peel and thought of replacing his loss by the offer juror Twenty five dollars please iVoii York bo no doubt of this for one bullet dropÂ¬ Hisnnmeis Digandborry sir slabs of citron add two portions of Now ui uuuiuer thereby proving tno ainerom ped to the floor midway between ln curious namo What is his Graphic What a Orleans sugar then solder on tho lid and valuo set upon their cows and children tagonists who were ten feet ap business set in a safo place till it petrifies Servo A man cannot smoke a cigar too short tho other was turned upwirC New He ii an undertaker sir In refraining from being mean to cold at breakfast and in unless ho tmokeajgtoo long Uir white botcA wer1 others you aro good to yourself York Ledger I oinios mZ2Ze Mi are zn EHBFGl aii 4p ssJkeT l OTHKujnici -- v j Â¬ Â¬ U mil 3 jiSfi WgHWlfc VlJlpQfcft T t m - 4 KrKET FRIDAY BT - - ft The Thrbe Things Needed - a Sial THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBL1SUKD GEOKGE WAUBEJf JirCKSlAX KENTUCKT Clinton Street OmcE Ilelnxc Building 7 he Oldest Xexipayer in Wettern Kentucky George Warren Editor Price of Subscription FRIDAY Congress holidays baa adjourned 2 DEC 24 1880 for the tj Garfields official popular majori over Hancock is 6751 Last Saturday tie of Appeals Monday id January Kentucky Court adjouroed till the first A Movement is on foot to make Grant President of the Adams Express Company with a salary of 25000 a year This is better than being pen eioned We learn from the Courier Journal that Mrs Oscar Turner and daughter have takes rooms at tho Gait House Louisville daring the absence of Hon Oscar Turner at Washington City JurxiE Wm B Wood just appoint ed to the Supreme Bench lives in At Â¬ lanta Ga trhero he has a fine resi Â¬ dence Be is about fifty years of age and has a wife and two children The 827000000 new Mormon temple is to cost It will be the costliest building in the United States That dont look much like the Saints inlen ded to be put down by the Govern- Â¬ ment g H Little of Paducah has just got a child which is the seventh daughter of the seventh son of the seventh child and the newcomer put in an appesracce at the seventh hoar of the evening -- J Jav Godld has at last purchased a controlling interest in the St Louis Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad from Mr Allen Gould has been work ing in this direction for more than a year Mr Allen does not rciire as President until March - Â¬ Fued Douglass a tlf suffrage advocate before the American Woman Suffrage Association at Washington last week and was warmly applauded Fred says yon want to develop womans best sire bcrlthe ballot ad in a Rcpub LWODS is a strong woman He made a speech Diterprisea LfjCQ The three thiog so to spnk needed to enrich this section are insnuficiures more people and fiood roads Our whole people aree to- thi and yet there is souiethin that prevent any great headway being made in cither They are attainable and Mint rapidly to this immediate section if the proper efforts are made The greatest draw- Â¬ back of course is tho lack of money and the appalling effect of this fact paralizes the effort of those who would push in ore energetically in such directions The next greatest drawback is the intense selfishness natural to all more or less which causes one to halt in undertaking enterprises because oth era who wont do anything will receive as much or more benefit than himself There is a deal of this sentiment hereabouts and it has a very retarding ef feet on improvements and it is worse There are because ititVirremediable such characters in all communities always has bcBrand always will be and cnterprisejaasTsimply to override them Barring the objection cied the senti ment of this community is ripe for im provement and needs only to be or ganized to move foigffiiak great de velopment a The sentiment of the people is in favor of a system of good roads and a majority will actively second any sen sible plan The sentiment of the people is in favor of manufacturing establishments and their money will seek investment in such industries under prudent con servative honest direction and management The sentiment of the people wants more people here industrious honest farmers to clear land and convert our forests into rich productive fields and this population will come if tho facts cf our advantages are made known Where there is a will there is a way Our people a majority of them have the will and the way will be forthcoming The best starting point in these great interests is for thoeo who favor such improvements to speak out through the papers and in daily con Â¬ versation giving their arguments why and wherefore tbey will benefit the firmer the business man the property owner and the working people and how such things can be accomplished Such a course will awaken interest re move doubts and bring intelligently before all their true and immediate in terests and lead to organized forward movements in such things Let every reader of the Courier try the experi No matter how young how ment how od or how rifch try the ex- poor npnmnnr 01 of these cn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rSlOCIlESSIVE DEMOCRACY The Hon UlNiilNNlppi Improvement on the Ditty Snncllilcnllonlsts in N Senator ftroivn who l to Rev Â¬ olutionize Hie Old Purlieu The Senate resumed consideration of the bill devoting part of the pro ceeds of tho phIcs of public lauds to public cducaiiun and Mr Hurnside its introducer advocated it lie wa followed by Mr Morill also in support of the bill Senator Brown Ptllowpd Mr Morill in support of the bill He pointed out that uearly all ouyrotuinent men r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ effect will igu io his was W3 fioni Washiugtou tofrfield had ben of poor parentage and had by their thirst for knowledge and their indus try worked their way up to the top Doubtless thouiaods of boys of equal capacity with those he had mentioned had remained route and inglorious through the absolute impo sibilty of ovetcointng unfavorable circumstances and obtaining the necessary education to lift them above the mass It was wise to do away with this lack of fa cilitie and enable every body to sharp en his faculties to the utmost Mr Brown referred to the great advantage enjoyed by New England in compari son with other sections of the coun try by reason of her supremacy in ed ucation She had furnished or educa ted most of the men who had controll ed our public affairs The growth of Prussian and German predominance were explicable by the education of the wliotemas3 Of people making every individual ma an intelligent aid to the State in war or peace There were special reasons why the South should favor this bill The Senator from Vermont Mr Morill had referred to the alarming amount of illiteracy io the United States but had not analyzed it Unfortuoataly it was unproportionate ly great in the South One reason for this W83 that under the system of touUi ern society moro attention was given to the education of tbe ruling clasnes than to that of the whole mass Another reason was the non education of slaves He did not intend to discui the moral aspect of slavery In for- Â¬ mer days everybody believed it right The people of New England who im ported the negroes as well as the Southern people who bought them be- Â¬ lieved it right He merely wished to point out that there seemed to be a providence in the way the black race had reached its higher place They had greatly advanced intellectually be fore the abolition of slavery but there was necessarily a limitation to suoh progress under the old system There was but one way to abolish slavery and the two sections were arrayed against each other on the subject If the ab olitionists bad offered to buy and pay for the slaves the offer would not have been accepted nor would the whole people have submitted to taxation for that purpose claiming their right un Â¬ der tbe Constitution to hold slaves Providence knew bow to carry out its own designs Tho passions and prej udices of both cities were aroused and the only way Jo eradicatejfcyery was to tear it out by the roots he instt tution was staked on the result of the war and while neither sideonfefBpla ted the abolitiou of slavervlat the be ginning the termination of me struggle -Â¬ Â¬ Dallas Special to the Times Gre il excitement ha been occnion tkc Kentucky J rests and People to ed in the city by tho di covcry that a Urge Hitch Improvement remnant of a band of reliiiion- fanat--icIn a recent statement undo by Hon styling tlieinseK n S inetilientinn OFFJBZtS FOIXOWlNGt Frank Troutmnn of Imminence on the ista have been prciciiig thuir etilinr work of the late New Orleans Hiver reli ion lately iu a remote qtiirler of Convention of which he was a mem- Â¬ the city ber aud on whose permanent Execu Â¬ Two women named Mrs Mueller tive Conmiitteo he is he urges upon nnd Lizzie Copeland her married the press of Kentucky an nctive sup- Â¬ daughter have for the pat week or port of the Gibson bill and all means more been fitting claiming that thpy and measures which look to the im were sanctified to that extent their bod Â¬ provement of navigation of the rivers ies did not require sustenance in the great MissUsippi Valley Tho Several men who hang idly about appropriation is asked after a careful Mr Muellers bone eat but lit f lo survey and report of the even Com coins for day without food Tho fain missioners appointed by the National ily are German and with them wa3 Government in which it is demoostrn an American of their faith ted that a compleo levee system be Tho women after fasting for several tween Cairo and the Gulf would not days would so off into a trance and only redeem and protect that great on coming too would impart what the body of alluviul lands so much needed Holy Spirit bad communicated to for the production of tho great staples them of sugar and cotton but would by At a meeting on Friday Mrs Cope- holding the immense body of water lanu saiu uiu jjnru nau Ultecteu her to within the main channel become an reveal herself in her purity and she adjunct and important factor in deep- Â¬ dif robed herself of all her clothing ening the channel for low water oavi appearing before the members of the He says that the people of the meeting in a nude state ration Valley States are waking up to a sense She continued this way falling about of their material interests as involved the houo and the spectators thought in the cost of transportation frorathe that she was being exercised by the fields of the farmer to the consume in Spirit in her tumbling our own and foreign countries Now She fell on a hot stovo and was bad Â¬ that deep water has been nermanaatlv ly burned on her arms and body Stens secured at the gulf eBd cAtM LbjilLbe taken to put them in the insane river by the engineering skill of Capt asylum Ihere are some ten or twelve Eads7who is now surveying a route members PLEASE CALL AND SEE YOURSELVES over Central America for a marine The Galveston Tex News contains railway to be used in transporting ships between the Gulf of Mexico and the following additional information GO TO THE the Pucitio ocean while the projector from Dailas The second Christ of the Sanotifi of tho Suez canal is now preparing to open up a canal at Panama destined cationist outfit hos disappeared and the to become a great international high Â¬ band dispersed in different points of or PHASICAN AND SURGEON way for tho commerce of the world tie city j he owner of the premises HICKMAN KENTUCKY now that Gould is preparing to build where the religious orgies were held his Professional Services to last has notified the renters to vacate a railroad to the City of Mexico to the citizens of Hickman and vicinity connect with the Northwest system of as soon as they can It is rumored railroads and is also preparing to con that Mrs Copenhagen and her mother struct a line to bring the surplus from have been restored to oonsciousuess but tbe Northwest down to the Mississippi are still in a critical state of nervous Office over ITolcombes drug store Res Â¬ river below Memphis and hero con- Â¬ prostration Tbe three men found in idence Moulton st near Court Hoase nect with barges never interrupted by the fence corner are moving about but freezing and now that Tom Scott is continue to be in a state of mental M D building his line of railroad to connect restlessness One of the party recpiv the Pacific coast with New Orleans ed light and proceeded to the cjun niS PROFESSIONAL SER OFFERS to the citizens ef Hickman and Memphis Galveston Vicksbjrg and try to get food for the other from the vicinity St Louis I say now that these great faithful who are still in the cotton Office Corner room in Laclede Honse projects are being pushedtoward com- Â¬ fields The sect is not of Texas orU mchl4 pletion and they point to the near fu sin ns is generally supposed its source being io the Northwestern States ture when the commerce of all nations will crowd upon tbe water ways of our where the first tabernacle was estab The thirty millionsaores lished about eight years ago and the great valley of alluvial depo it iuvite emigration seed of the sect was planted in Texas w- - x iWiios- 7 and capital to settle in these lands and at Lawrence in Kaufman county llUlilUlililiiiililllliliiliilauiiumuiuil aid in developing wealth and prosper- Â¬ where Haynes first came in contact TO BDY YOUR ity to our whole country fie then with the zealots while co operaiing savs What is the duv of Kentuckv with the Evangelists who inaugurated in such a crisis She must Take up street preaching and prayingln that Medicines Office in Millet Block Our rivers are obstructed our mineral State Tho Sanctificationists also claim ALL operotiona performed in tho most wealth lies sleeping in the bosom tollowmg of 3800 active members FANCY TOILET ARTICLES artistic manner Special intention si wen n a radius of seventy five miles from We empty our bard the mountains PINE PSSfUMES to the regulation of childrens teeth earned treasures into the ouney bags Ennis Tho proportion is one second of the nation to bo expended on the Christ to every eighty members The SOAPS PAINTS selection is made by Atlantic coast lake shores aid railroad and light C OILS subsidies Let us join our sister Val strikes a female as often as it does a DYE STUFFS Sister Rice was tho first female ley States in a demand fofj a small male Xiaiv improve second Christ in Texas amount on our own iuoney AND REAL ESTATE AGEtfl CIGARS AND TOBACCO our own risers HICKMAN KY Tile Frank Troiitnuin of tvim Oilcan I BEST IN THE WORLD THE I gSgbJ For the next THIHTYDAYS Â¬ Great Reduction in Blankets BKAJTO Will taew the dlHercace Great Reduction in Flannels See that jonr ZXakiae Co4 fa Tvhtte and 2TIBK aa BBOBld be SIMILAR SUBSTANCES EH Great Reduction in Overcoats food A tonpetHn mtr of of to bmvli Great Reduction in Linseys Tains rpoonfol of UstSods t about a pta5 fieuert kind irith of iraterlhot In eiaar frUM lUrittj Great Reduction in Cassimere Suits tmtilaU thortrorily djnolTed ThetUla matter in tba lnfafer SodswHl ahovn after aettling twenty isisitfM os GreatReduction in Ladies Cloaks appearaaee of tha aolatioa the find the quantity of floating flockr aat tat ac to qnality Great Reduction in Heavy Boots ante and art far Ctamh ft Coa Bads aal that their name U on ta yaetags aad 70a pet the purest and Great Reduction in Jeans sadc Tba ma ot this irith aonr rallk in pranaea to Bixisg twenty its Great Reduction in Heavy Shoes tioa and read package r valaas aarafollf Great Reduction in Dress Goods 9 THIS Ti IRMEBa Great Reduction in all Woolen Goods a AXfZ SOT simple Tmt ot different Us8 Tmjrare Bl Carb 4a to ef R may llxhifr vblt appear dlrtr wlilte color It If examined by elf bata COMPARISON WlTCT CHURCir COS iKX AND XIAItXlTIEK each preferred duaolTe zioas insoluble be sooner bjr mHijr aossa cording Be sea will irbiteaC Tonrder saTes See one pound SHOW tizaas coat fiiltirnW - Y3UB TOR Children TOR JIIIijW DRUG STORE DE A A ElAJRIS tajfesfounl 6nwte CRY Pitchers Castoria Motkars Uka azttl 9 x guoK Qowcill Dr J N Outten i t W T Phmmer iOlt FjUtmm IT IS NOT If ABCOTIC CENTAUK IINIMENTS tho Worlds great Dk A M PAEKEK DBUTIST cureBarnsWonndsWeakIJack and Rheumatism upon Man and Sprains Galls and lameÂ¬ ness upon Beasts Cheap qulcfc and reliable They LeaTsootlio and Drugs Patent oa H EOTW Hughleite Wilson Attorney at Sold ggyp ikV It mJ J I m HB IftallHafr B TIP Lnoi iabolitiontndJhus ilHBikiK yUiiti nmotherfctep iThcIonly hope of reform in Fedel wring Garfields administration1 SEWIWfl e Democrats joining with tbetJi -- Jellies Rel Estate Bought t III SKI I aHfit jgWFr Rented rt is33jg5fi6Lout -- ss MACHINES I s r - jLcnangeu I I ami jMaavinnnii ivJrBJ - laies iaid i 11 iuiicu m a Er wfaaftiaharigjalHWfl8teMwrtfiw 850000 fit is about to have a crema tioT itirnace A society was organizea come time since bat active steps to eecare the erection of a fnrnace were cot taken until last week Tbe struc tare will cost 816000 and is described as verj handsome on paper being de Â¬ signed after the cremation at Gothe German The Boycotting business in Ireland if verj similar to Ku klnzing in this country except in the feature of class Tbe landlords of Ireland are tbe par Notices are posted upon ties bandied their doors and in their neighborhoods directing them what to do graves are dog in their yards ropes and fire arms are left at tbeir doorvraye and every means of that character taken to flight cq them into measures Mas Kate Chase Sfbague has Sled petition for divorce from her husband ez Senator W Sprague al o c It ledging adultery neglect is alledged that Senator Cotkling is the destroyer of the peace of Governor Spragues household and on the wife6 side tbat drunkenness is tbe canse No couple in America ever married under more flatteiing or favorable circum- stances Tho bride tbe daughter of the Chief Justice of tbe United Slates and tbe husband a member of the U S Senate and at the time perhaps tbe For richest young man in America auch lives to end in divorce and dis grace Of course all tbe papers will publish the details of the scandal ous trial as it progresses and particularly will every hint of intimacy be Â¬ tween Mrs Sprague and the lordly Senator from New York be dwelt upon Â¬ Â¬ reforms The masses seeniin public atiairs catraKjnp ny ma chioery The job iBualls let to machine politician IFilondai and able men who will not first buy the voters and then stand in with the lobby and tho rings stand no chance of election to the great places of power Loaisvillc Democrat and trust ia an injustice to the masses This The trouble is for the people to bo able to discriminate between the honest pa triot who would accept office and the Each af machine jobbing aspirant firmshis own honesty and denounces The tbe other as a political rascal out all tbe forms and jobber may give semblances of honesty and double dts count his opponent in his protestations for reform Is there any letters pat ent copyright brands or other marks perceivable by which we the masses may always surely know tbe knaves Money seeUlnaT Investment From the Washington Post m mi - There is at this time an immense accumulation of capital in all the finau Opportunities cial centers of Europe for permanent investment are eagerly sought Last week a subscription of 815000000 was asked for the construction of a street lino of railway in In two days 830000000 England Almost any project were subscribed that seems to promise a fair return and which saves the trouble of re in vestment after the lapse of a few years finds plenty of capital ready to 6up port it The reported subscriptions to M Dc Lesseps canal sohemeshow how easy it is o get money on loog time when vast amounts are seeking invest Â¬ ment Â¬ - i These facts have a direct and important bearing on our national finances We aro paying exorbitant interest on our public debt If it were possiblo to cancel all our four and four and a half percent bonds now we could replace the loan at three per cent But while this is impossible it is not so with the high rate bonds They will soon be refundable and we can replace the six The flood gates of legislation are to seven hundred millions represented now fairly opened in Congress but by them in three per cents nothing has been dono except passing Geu Hancock Mr Tltden two of the regular appropriation hills Gen J B Steedman of Toledo The appropriation to pay Consuls re- Â¬ Ohio has recently been East He says ceived every vote in the iiouse except Gen Hancock utterly iguores politics Oscar Turner of Kentucky and Mr Gen Steedmap found Mr Tildeu in and looking ten years McMillen of Tennessee The appro- - robust health youuger jlr Iiluen in response io priation of 81800000 for the New a remark that our years hence he Madrid reach of the Mississippi was would be chosen to lead tho Democratfavorably reported by the committee ic party said Too late too late no I have retired but not yet voted upon by the Houfe from politics and from business forev Tbe question of refunding the national er debt is creating an exciting discussion Speaking of the late campaign Mr and caused a di graceful scene between Tildeu said if nominated at Cincinnati Sparks Dem of Illinois and Weaver he would have been elected Would you have carried New late greenback candidate for President York asked the General with Kel in which liar scoundrel c were free- - ly opposing you ly exchanged Senator Beck has iotro Undoubtedly undoubtedly be re- Â¬ I might not have had so large duced two financial bills one to release plied bank capital checks and deposits from a m ijority as in 1870 but New York would have been entirely safe taxation and another to compel tbe Government to iesue gold circulating Accordios to the last census there more females than when an individual deposits are just GGOl 55 males in tho State of New York S Treasury be U Â¬ Â¬ JOslj ffiM oncrs of Afrioan chiefs theyiccarae American citizen It wis dangerous to enfranchise so much ignorance and the danger was eoDtinuous All now agreed that tbe blacks should be edu- Â¬ cated but the South was too poor to do it alone They lost two billions of dollars in tbe value of slaves which they held constitutionally before the war They spent two billions more in maintaining their armies and immense amounts byjtho destruction of proper ty He thanked the framcrs of tho bill lor providing tbat the greater amount of the money appropriated by the bill should go to the States where there was the most illiteracy He com plimented the negroes upon their self control and peacoablenesa under their He had more new political condition belief than be had once in their future The advancement among the races whole country was interested in the intelligence of the colored population There was complaint that the negroes Ignorance were cheated at the polls Educate can bo cheated anywhere those peopio up to a knowledge of their rights and to ttiS form and spirit of our Government and there would be less and less danger Ho hoped the blacks and whites alike would be educated in tbe love of republican institutions as originally formed They must be taught to pre serve not only tbe integrity of the na- Â¬ Whatev Â¬ tion but that of tho States er might be thought of the merits of the war let all now do what can be done for the common advancement of Mr Brown then descri- Â¬ the country bed the establishment and conduct of colleges in Georgia under the land It was doing much grant act of 1862 good in the dissemination of practical knowledge among the colored people He did not thick tho constitutional Some said objections to the bill valid this was a State not a national matter under a strict States rights interpreta- Â¬ tion ot tbe Constitution prior to the war that was doubtless true but we do not live nnder the Constitution we The amendments lived under then made at tho termination of the strug gle have very greatly enlarged the powers of this government Again the objection does not apply since the General Government has always and undoubtedly had the right to dispopo of the proceeds of public laods He reiterated his belief that republican in stitutions could best bo insured by the spread of education aud appealed to Republicans of all parts of the ooun try to secure general benefit by this m IiJlL ss cent less than week Outsid chances were nrfSBSsESf his should bi 8321662015 for the previous week S27D9202S0aainst Â¬ decline of 13 per cent Sheer lack of money has forced speculation to pause The sales of cotton here were only 926908 bales against 1126650 bales for the previous week 1519 287 hales for the week ending Nov 26 The sales of grain last week jure 10834 200 bushels and 82525 blffels of flour against 13829000 bushels and 94 995 barrels for the previous week The sales of stocks during the week ending which Thursday correspond most nearly in effect upon exchanges with clearing house week ending Saturday were 2388479 shares last week 2 699162 shares the week before and 2S50yi7 shares Thanksgiving week of 5 days and the exchanges were S158 000000 daily last week 8192 500000 tho week before and 8214500000 dai ly in Thanksgiving week In short speculation of all kinds has been checked and a period of reaction may naturally be expected The immediate cause is light money the refusal of lenders to put out money at 6 per cent when they can get from 45 to 90 per cent more Tbe more remote cause is that speculation has swallowed up all the funds left availablo by an enormous legitimate business and an unprece- Â¬ dented hoarding and thus has placed itself at the mercy of the private lend- Â¬ The exohanges here ers of money be doiler Mr Boutwell scheme to break the solid uth come to naught by nation The bouth has nothing to IJt and is not one bit alarmed H ae jStties arc worth more to the Sootb just now than any share she could possibly have io the exercise of Federal power or the distribution of Federal patronage The tariff States dare not meddle to break tho Wast and the West has its eye on the jetties at the mouth of the great father of inNothing can stay the land waters project of a comprehensive improvo ment of the Mississippi and its prin- Â¬ cipal tributaries and tho day is not far distant when tho chain of lakes on our northern boundary will be conoect ed with the jetties by a great canal The jetties will yet frighten the tariff States worse than they have been of late over a solid South Louisville Democrat Â¬ cs1io rfi -- a TtaHaBcaa5KtiZii wr Snc i A a tjtaLrSE22jTWttwJSwJ Ci uiuic in rras r -- -lMic5ri OJ5ili--iJrtfev - - t non oi reai eaioienHpaenifpeeij wmar9 SBilVi rv 4t i BUCK o 2 o 1 CO GOWZLL ti CO ra co P S CO t O O O O 53 GO PS HAET Attorneys at Law Tyler HICKMAN KENTUCKY ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS entrusted to their care Office Millet Block Itbtti every fuucUuiTlo is mii4 I flUlMHHMlMaHMPM njlHHMMffi WAS BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBaBJHrif oc fjftW W H rj uoni cera anu ouier soreau Zdr2a Drappta WeaJaaMaoftfcgvzyTSir Conatipatloo Dlnlmaa 6 are curef dj- lav xmkmj liy eic as an aDDetiserand icular tontaVi nneaualed Diseases a Dnpri in njni It cures Srrulou and otbefjl ana inciuoiug o C2 tj Q SAFE NERVIN Qaleklr aires Kcst and SOaeii to Dia anflarUa cures lleadacfee and Nrarnlgla Ftartn Epileptic JWta and by rcUaTealfrraa raa dxlalc broognt on WARNERS Proa-U-ati- Bottles or two sixes prices SAc and CLO ViJbu- - a C L EANDLE A Hi Of p 2 CD si OS 3 r LAW Collector Reai Estate Agent ATTORNEY work mental aaocks sad otter cauaea Powerful ai It la to atop pain aad tnrbed Herres It naTar Injure tea whither taken la assail or larra desea and Bottles or two alxas prices execasir iooiete arfnia HICKMAN KY ca H CD a a CP i CD It1 2 Will attend promptly to allbusl ness entrusted him in Southwestern Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Special attention given to the investiga tion of Land titles and the purchase ano sale of Real Estate fjan8tf Are an Immediate and active atlmolna ftr a Torpia UTir ana core wianMn i VIMMAa 1OTTW11TI SUWa JHTBBBHBMBI Xalarla Xrar xntaa 1 KfUHin l iil Z aad Acae aad aboold tftfiVtttmrA IvUiuHKaiaiUBIB bansedwhanmrtaa MKljISHBKV boweladonotoperaa baerr and rtsolarlx iif iiA4 M WARNERS SAFE PILL 9o 9M i flte m WWwrftfflW PaaftTWlBBl rw r TMrilTlLlifB vrtriiniaeaaMk EillSvljajiyJ Ul MUtolnBMittHhB u gu -- j Vm i j HfB JK b4 H 5 ur na t n niia Ui A means Mr Brown ttood at a desk on the Republican side of the chamber and faced tbe Republican members while ho was speaking but he was listened to with marked interest by all present Whcu the last Democratic Mayer of Philadelphia went out of office the to tal debt of the city was 8 18 754801 In eight years This was in 1870 Republican administrations havo run tbe debt up to S73000000 and the expeoso of running tho departments has been increased by 83000000 every year There is an independent move ment in tho city to overthrow the ring at the February election Â¬ The population of New York City according to revised official returns is 1206577 A radical paper makes tho charge W P that Gov Blackburn has pardoned P over one thousand penitentiary con- Â¬ O C3 victs within fourteen months A half CO Q dozen demooratio sheets in tho State o B have been saying all sorts of silly CD H S3 things about our excellent and kind W C2G hearted Governor but none of tbem O although all have done their best have been able to work themselves up to the J w perpetration of a lie so huge as that after deducting double the market val- Â¬ uttered by their Republican allyue of stocks sold wero about S5S1 Trigg Democrat Headquarters jor all Kinds of School 830042 against S75O220383 for the week ending Deo 4 There is evident Boohs and School Supplies Wnsen In Europe ly some hesitation in tbe movement qfl The German government has lately cotton since the speculation in that arpublished a report embodying tne re- Â¬ ticle became rampant but the business at nearly all tho trading and manufac Â¬ sults of inquiry into the wages of turing cities continues decidedly larger workmen employed in the iron trades than it was last December The pauftr The results are interesting for purposes is in speculation or in movements par- Â¬ of comparison Taking five of the principal iron DEALEa IN ticularly affected by speculation works the average daily wages for 1879 ia -- in Hayes states that if tho pension fund was in Westphalia 63 cents in Up he would per Silesia 52 cents Lnrainc 64 cents for ex Presidents is raised any of the money in Middleborough durinjr the same ScTjool aijd Miscellaneous decline to accept It period the wages paid for similar work should he he become a beneficiary is probablo tbat the Presidenfhas was equivalent to SI 02 The monthly expenses of a family saved enough from his Presidential consisting of a man and his wito with salary to enable him to decline the six children aro estimated at S14 23 pension fund charily Frankfort Capital iu Germauy That mighty potentate tho Prince A Knot Slam of Monaco has como forward as a Stationery Wall Paper Pic Â¬ intolerance having champion of We notice foveral of our State ex thought fit in tho plenitude of his changes urging the name of Hon Jas power on his acres of rook to prohibit A McKenzie ol Lhristtau county ture Frames tho English Church service which present representative in Congress from years past has been held that district as a suitable person for for several every Sunday in one of tho hotels at our next Governor While wo do not Pocket Cutlery Toys and Fancy Monto Carlo doubt tho houorablo gentlemans abil- Â¬ ity and popularity still we aro for the Goods of the United States best man for the position and tho best The President in his messago pointed out tho obliga man io our opinion is Tbos L Jones CLINTON STItCET HICKMAN KY tion to suppress polygamy in the Ter iho well known and go ahead man ritory of Utahand the obstacles whish who in the lato Presidential contest were thrown iu the way of extinguish Â¬ spared neither time nor talent in help ing the evil by the fact tint the whole in tho cause of tho Democratic party CgJSend for copies of my New Reduced McKenzie at present local legislation of tho Territory and in Kentucky Lists of Picture Frames Chromos of tho Grand aud Petit occupies a position that proves him to Price the control Brackets Croquet Sets and JSase Balls for Dis- Â¬ Junes were iu ae nanus ot tho Mort be a most popular man in his owu 1878 Ho deolarcd that the power of trict whether he may ho in all parts roons Let Hon Thos Congress over the subject was amplef of the State or not and recommended one of two measures L Jones bo tho universal choice of either the establishment or a special Kentucky s yeomanry and let the par Â¬ provisional government with full pow ty be united and with a voice make space to name all articles but no cr or tho exclusion from the right of him Governor of Old Kentucky by NOtrouble to show goods suffrage the right to hold office aud tho largest majority ever pollod in the Come and see at the corner of Troy Hickman Ky the right to sit on juries of those pract State Put u9 down for Hon Thos and Moscow Avenue Columbus Times jou2j ly L Jones thistimo icing or upholding polygamy Huge Lie ca Swim Cf3TTOFaBSOCHiSTEB H New STew INewn P Ilctnll Dealer iu E OASE Staple and Fancv Keeps in stock at all times fresh and choice Groceries Prorisions Canned and Fresh Fruts c Country Produce bought and kept for sale aov7 I I Q W6S c 4 - J 1 Wt ROGERS EEPS all kinds of staple and faney WM FREMZ Will be pleased to and Confectioneries Bee his old customers and will both suit thHa-- in prico and quality Call and see us Quick Sales and Small Profits Wont be undersold jan4tf GKOCERIES R M METHENY IlairVigor FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR Ayers kVRbS at onco harmless and effectual for preserving tho hair It restores Tritl Is It Is a most a tn ecablo dressing which 4 the gloss and freshness of youth faded Faroily Grocery and Coffco Molas Â¬ Lard Bacon c lo be found hi Hickman Having no partner to divide profirs with will sell goods the Speciality in Coffees Green cheaper Ground and Roasted CTie and see for yourself JESyCountry produce of all kinds taken in eschango for goods or Cash marlfj KEEPS Flour Provision Store the best Sugar or gray light and red hair to a rich brown or deep black as may be desired By its use thin hair is thickened and baldness often though not always cured It checks falling of the hair immodi atcly and causes a new growth In all cases where the glands arc not decayed while to brashy weak or otherwise diseased hair it imparts vitality and strength and renders it pliable The Yigok cleanses the scalp cures and prevents tlic formation of dandruff and by it3 cooling stimulating anu soothing properties it heals most if not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp keeping it cool clean and soft under which conditions diseases of the scalp and hair arc impossible 44 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN PEALER KY IN Â¬ TOMB AND GRAVE STONES reoeived fine lot Amer Â¬ HAVING Italian aMarble Iofam pre- Â¬ pared lo fill all orders Call and examine eur work BOrders from tho country promptly filled inayifi Italian and American Maihile MONUMENTS The Vicon less contains neither oil nor dye and will not soil white cambric It imparts an agreeable and lasting perfume and as an article for the toilet it is economi- Â¬ cal and unsurpassed iu its excellence PREPARED BY DR C AYER CO As a Dressing for Ladies Hair is incomparable It is color- Â¬ Sale and Livery Stable wdiestelbrlnk Family Groceries Et B WmKENTUCKYFluxmncr STREET constantly KEEPS sale HOUSES Practical and Analytical Cbemlats SOLO BT on hand for hire SoIl by Lowell Mass 111 DRUGGISTS mSTVHXU C A IOLCOHBE sfljry BUGGIES and HACKS o All kinds of Groceries hams sides Thankful for patronage heretofore ex Â¬ I will not b tended him he solicits a continuance of ns cheap as the cheapest WITTiNQ same undersold LOWER and LOWER i iN i- - - fcfetr f - THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY DEC 24 1880 COUNCIL PE03EEDINGS Local Hems questions printed hut not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents xeept wher we refa to give name of author Â¬ -- 8hort communications on pnhlio Henry Solis an old habitue of Hickman died Saturday night Hon Ed Cropland is very iU jrith pneumonia says tbe Padneah News MOST complete line of Heating and Ctokin Stores of the season to be fonnd t J W CORMAN COS Some HicktoBti mercnaots were ebont sold out of Christmas goods not days ago Mark it they rer tbe ones who adver Used cently eloped with a Mrs Ida Burrow of Hickman county and going to Tennessee were married Another prisoner tceaped from tlie county jail Saturday night Our jailer is a cleTtr man but very unfortunate with his prisoners Old Vennors prophecies about the weather and snows in particular have ceea about right no fan and If they hold good we hare a dreary winter still before - us Now oer a long untraveled road we The annual review of the Mthodist salary io January 1881 un motion ordered tbat a check be is seek a stranger Sunday School will occur on the night of sued to C B Hackelt for 20 for services The old home cireloland broken up at cruel we ut Friday in January The public as marshal to January 1st 1881 Times command Biit they cannot destroy our love tis On motion tbe contract marto by Counare cordially invited to witness these cilman Faris chairman of the Finance stronger now than when Committee with II A Tyler for 750 of Our hcids wore not the silver locks of Mrs Aletha Eigsby wife of Mr 1691 bouds with 5493 interest coupons three score years and ten Wright Rigsby died at New Madrid Mo attached is hereby confirmed Since wc broke up a keeping house weve On motion last week Many years ago she was a Councilmen forthe salaries ofMayorand led a wretched life 1831 was fixed as follows Jane put the blime iinnn 1iir man UMVI resident of Hickman and well known to Mayor S50 Couucilmen 425 each I ionn upon bis wife On motion the city clerk was author many old resides ts ned to rent the city hall lor S5 per night They think not of their infancy of all loose lender years OUtt enterprising friend J W Rogers or S2n per week license included for the When night and day we toiled for them is nowreceiring a splendid lot of fresh remainder of the year and wiped their flowing tears Groceries which be is offering for sale at On motion Council adjonrned tbe very lowest pricts R E Millet C C Attest We leave behind us all the scenes of early years dear wife We learn thaUbe county jail at And all the friends withwhom weve won Troy was destroyed by fire Tuesday night the All who want to buy cheap goods and We leavevictories of life last Tbis it the second jail houss burn Â¬ behind the little church where oft weve knelt in prayer ed at Troy within the last six months good goods if they will call on J Am Bui good wife we will never leave the The county seat removal Las been a fcerg Sons ojy time between this date and God that met us there warm question in Obion and the loss of the 25th of December can gel bottom Although these eyes are growin dim I public property at the county scat Troy prices on Jeans Flannel Bed Tick Plaids still can see to read vrUI tend to reopen tbe issue Domestics Shirtings Sheetings Dress The precious truth in Gods own word iTTE Irave just reeeived a fresh supply that children all should heed Honor thy father saith the Lord thy of Fancy Candy Toy Pistols 4c which Goods all styles and qualities tCloaks Dolmans Shawls Furs Ladies and Miss Â¬ Thenmother honor too we will sell as low as the lowest shall thou live long in the land that es Hose c uod bas given you nor2G 4t AMBERQ SONS J We keep the best Custom Made Ladies Our latest days will dawn ere lone our The committee ban reported favor cair and Kid side button and side lace Were going Diy on an appropriation of Sl800000 West to Marys home wero going West to die lor me improvement of he Mississippi Shoes We offer extra iadncemeats la Mens Then He who sees the sparrow fall who river The first work is to be done on the counts the ocean New Madrid reach which will give Hick Clothing Overcoats Hals Caps Boots Will take us to our sands better house the man and contiguous territory direct btne and Shoes for the next thirty days house not made with hands Exchange Jit from Um ilaxt With this much fur nov2t5 4t J AMBERQ SONS jjer appropriations to complete the im- Attention All Tho ladies of the Tlie Princeton Post Office Ilob geBientajha whole line of the river Christian Church will give a candy pull Â¬ bery Postman er suspected are to follow ing on Thursday night next at the court Paducah News LTeprjie Lee who resides near house Let everybody come big and lit On Thursday the 7th inst the peo discovered baalday last tle and be assured of an evenings pleas- pie of Princeton in Caldwell iw county I blocked ure No dancing but old fashioned plays alraia Admission only fifteen cents cljpdren were startled by the announcement that the potoffice of that citv hml henn wrae np nit and bave a xtomm timr robbed of some 700 or 8800 am Ttlnoxr T t Minion tuimnns jrqmtewppjfive end tari ssSJuhad d rrirerfirstr 1 Â¬ Mr Alex Demyern of Fulton m HtcKA Ky Dec 20 1880 Council met Present Mayor Tyler Councilmen Paris Plummer Buckner Campbell French and Randle Tbe minutes of the last meeting were read approved and signed The following accounts were presented duly approved and on tnolion were al- Â¬ lowed and orders directed to be drawn on the treasurer for tbe same W T Buckner to pay for work on tbe Moulton street fill 2116 R E Millet osicnee of WJ for posts for gravel road Sfi00 Geo Warren public printing to Jan Â¬ uary 1st 1881 3750 Norris King lumber for gravel road fence 18 25 Buck Cowgill sundries S8C0 Whereas i lie sureties of J A Warner city marshal have settled his liability to the city as said marshal on motion said sureties are hereby vested with all the rights of the city of nickman in and t all claims in tbe city court which they have settled but their efforts to collect the same must be nt their own risk and expense On motion ordered that a check be is Â¬ sued to 11 A Tyler for200 in payment for five lots donated by the city to ttie Hickman Oil Mills A call being made to poll tbe vote on said motion resulted as follows Ayes French Faris Plummer Campbell Buckner and Randle 0 Navs U W fieistlebrink appeared and acknowl edged himself tenant at will of ih riiv on Rose alley and required of the city a similar acknowledgement of the city for ground occupied by Magnolia street C L Randle acknowledced himself n tenant at will for that portion of Coramer- ciai street enclosed by him On motion ordered that chert 1 sued to all the city officers for balance of been from Janes to Johns house from Johns home back to June Till now theyve laid their burdens down on board the western train Tis rather hard to send us off all crip Â¬ AN ELECTION will be held at the City pled up and erar Hi in the Citr of Hickman on MON- To find a place in which to die two thou DaV the 3rd day of January 1881 to sand miles away elect a Mayor nnd six Councilmen to Since we broke up a keepiu bouse theyve serve for tho yer 1881 Judges Jno W Cole and Joseph Kirk carted us around Till now it seems a home for us on earth pnlrick sr By order of tho City Council Dec 6lb cannot be found 1880 Attest As sure as this old face of mine can neer R E MILLET C C look young again So sura well never more return to trouble For Councllrunn John and Jane W Diestlehrink announces that he Is a They send ns to a slrangor land oer an candidate for Councilman nnd says that untraveled road while electioneering through the Hick Â¬ That Mary in her Western home may man Courier dont cost a great deal nnd bear the heavy load treating not nt all as it used to he would It isnt to be wondered at that my eyes like to know how many good friends he nre fiKed with tears has who would like to have him for a Or that roy form is bending down with Councilman Gentlemen remember the more than weight of years 1st ilondiy in January 1881 I didnt think twould come to this I didnt mean it should IfcTIEW No home is like your own home though made of logs of wood No bread is sweet when eatin it mid bit terness and strife AND Fow cares to fill with peace and love an uld mans closing life A reeipo for making soup Take a WEST TO DIE pail of titer and wash it clean then Well here we are my denr old wife on boil it ill it is brown on both ride pour in one bean when the bean be Â¬ board the train at last Our little all pocked in a trunk with lock gin to worry prepare to simmer If and strap made fast the soup wont dimmer its too rich I hear the bell a ringin anl the whistles pour in more wster dry the water piercin cry There wife were movin out of town with a towel before putting it io the dryer the water the sooner it brown were goin West to die I Serve bot Weve GOING- Published by Request nmesean n Cincinnati Hickman St Louis Fresnand Pure j maazr HOW LOST HCW RESIGN JUSr PUBLISHED aicf edition of Da GOOD NHfflj TO ALL 1 181 AT- - Notice II Hill ft I lit T P FORTUNE DEALERS IX COS Drags Medicines Paints Oils STATIONERY Dry Goods Department 1200 yards Cotton Flannel 10al5c per yard 1000 yards Bed Ticking 10 to 25c per yard 500 lbs Cotton Bating at 10c per pound 150 Bolts Crash Toweling at 8c per yard 100 Heavy White Counterpanes at 90 cts teCLBolts Bowling Green Jeans 35c per yd TOGETHER Tobacco Cigars3 c AGENTS FOR 5000 yards of Calico 5 and 6 cents per yard 4500 yards Domestics 4 5 6 and 8c per yd 2500 yards fine Sea Island 9 cents per yard THLWHITE SEWING MACHINE VS YOUIt riage etc also Consumption Epilepsy and fits induced by self indulgence or sexual extravagance c The celebrated author in this admir Â¬ able issiy clearly demonstrates from a tnirly years successful practice that the alarming consequences of self nbuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal me Heine or the applica- Â¬ tion of tho knite pointing out a mode of cure at once simple certain and effectual by means of which very sufferer no mar ter wluithis condition may be mav cun himelf cbeapley privately and rwlitallr tt3 This Lecture should be in Hi hamii of every youth and every man in lite Inl Sent under seal in a plain envrope let any address post paid on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps Addrss the Publishers THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO 41 Ann St New York P O llox 4580 ical cure without medicine of Spermator Â¬ rhoea or Seminal Weakness Involuntary Seminal Losses Impotency Mental and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Mar- Â¬ Cklpdrated Essat on the rad CuLVEnwEfcT BIUXG PRESCRIPTIONS j8oot ami Iujcmnte AEERH R B Brevard TTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER fTmrrz MHllOEOER FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOP M SHOE MAKER QonfeetionerY good BREAD ROLLS CAKES Â¬ BENNIE MrlNTOSII announces to the public that he has addod to bis Confec- Â¬ tionery cslaolishment jgat North West corner of Moscow ind Troy Aveuues EU Hickman Ky may9 3sc 2f Satisfaction guaranteed ly WITn THE LARGEST STOCK OF A New Bakery and keeps a Baker employed FRESH - -- - fiST Persons giving Dinings Weddings Receptions Festivals plied ou reasonable notice c Suppers o snp dlO Blankets Waterproofs Shawls Cassimeres S Cloaks and Winter Goods BOOTS AND SHOES -- HICKMAN KENTUCKY Ladies and Gents boots and shoes made to orier and in the latest fashion In- Â¬ visible patches put on wheih last longer than when sewed AH I ask is a trial Shop next door to City Barber Shop feb7 79 Boot nntl Shoe Maker H P Fethe BUOKNERS PAMILY UrOCERY FRENZS OLD STAND All kinds of WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE J W Hardwares Cutlery PISTOLS NAILS CASTINGS TOOLS c CORMAN CO SOLAR TIP SCHOOL SHOE AND 11A VE DEALERS IJ IIRATIXG AXD fOOUIXG Guns Hardware nnd Klteben Snpplle Also Manufacturers Great Bargains JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES usually Kept in a first class house at bot Â¬ tom prices WOMENS MISSES AND CHILDRENS CUSTOM HAND MADE SHOES of Copper Also a complete AT FRICES TDAT DEFY I- - Tin and Shcet Irca Ware line of COMPETITION FANCY CANDIES CRANBERRIES JSyWillnot MINCE MA A T Sugar Coffees Soaps DATES PICKLES HOMINY GRITS Mens and Boys Boots and Overshoes We fcc c be undersold Will pay full price for Butter Eggs In rear of buildinz Perfect order kenl and only innocent amusements allowed k Shooting Gallery still holdstj lead and can show the most elegant stock of CLOTHING ever brought to Hickman besides beins able to fit the smallest three v - year old to tho largest mm A fine line of - CLOTHING Will be found in this Department ORATES HESTAURANTSjl U Williams Overcoatsderwear Trunks Yalises f TV IN ISHING GOODS i AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF - m and hare no clerk expensss no store rent and pay caoh for all my Groceries and COPPER AND SHEET therefore can sell as cheap aa the cheap Â¬ IRON WARE est Best brands of Wittenberg and Lone Mar t JOB WORK done to order snch as est Flour 25 cents cheaper thin the low Â¬ JOHN WITTING Ro tinjr Qutterinjr Spontine c Sjh of the Gold Stove Clinton Street Notice uicaman ny febi 79 FULTON CIRCUIT COURT R C Prattlers admr pi tiff I Equity against R C Pralhera heirs and cred J 1 STOVES TIN JOB WORK and Repairing of all fi kinds done with neatness and dispatch 25cts Lower than the Lowest Commissioners itorsdefendants Next Dot to Ilolcombes Drug Store HICKMAN akber3hop KY 1TEW HI CKJIAX KENTUCKY MR WILLIAMS takes pleasure in an- Â¬ nouncing to the public that ho has just SPORTSMENS OUTFITS Breech Loading Guns Pistols Powder Shot gumjffunters Boots Blankets Tent- ttiiAa Hardware and Groceries mpLINE LEVfi to wait on all CLINTON ST received a full assortment of Â¬ I Â¬ He has also employed a first class cook Meals served at all hours from 6 a m to by the week CONFECTIONERIES Havine just fitted np a neat SnA VINO SALOON in the room next door to Ilol- Â¬ combes Drug Store I am prepared to ac Â¬ commodate every one in need of Shaving Hair Cutting Dyeinjr Shampooing or in anything in the Tonsorial line Having had long experience I feel con- Â¬ fident of giving satisfaction and solicit a share of public patronage OCtS Childrens Hair Cnttlng a Specialty iyrenslnir 25ct JP egular boarders accommodated J hll Ji I Notice is hereby given thj istotice d- jyfnrpuble GOLDfiURO to show goods AND KIRK ShivBgHlOctnIp Notice is hereby given to the creditors of R C Prather deceased that the un Â¬ dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend nt the County Lourt Clerk s oftce In Hickman Ky from the date heref until the 21st day of Feb ruary loot to receive and hear proof ol ciaims against said decedent and tbat fiwtwwwwmclaim not presented to him and proven aJPr required by law within the timospecifi above will be forever barredj HHHM JNO A Master 0 NBV r- MHHkBBBBBBBBAbKLWARn iiELLtfHHHMPr nsHfeEaHPt fVUl EZTTr-m tiUU Wlht JBSSP W whp1 -- m 3 m iM cccedeif URAVES Th and pass Mayfield Monitor Speaking of tbe rava ges of scarlet fever in uraves county now well pro eays The scarlet fever is raging to a ith setts of first class theatrical fearful extent in some portions of this r banjos and other paraphernalia county Already a large number of deaths All have occurred and every day brings in Â¬ jisfcaaBPrla Tning to tire show business ilse failing to bring an honest livelihood formation ef an increase of cases and HVb Conrier force may startle the commu deaths It is truly hoped tbat the disaase nity with tbe following cast in some heÂ¬ may soon rnn its course as it is every day bringing sorrow to the homes of pa Â¬ roic drama never before presented Leading Tragedian Jno W Wingate rents in almost every portion of the Walking Gentleman Jas C Wearn county Low Comedian James Gourley Manager The Editor List of Holiday Goods That are sold lower at J Amberg Sons Amcsements The Negrotto Dra roatic Company and Bennett Family have than any other place in the town beenperforming at City Hall tbis week Silver Plated Batter Knives some nights to fair houses and other Silver Plated Desert Knives nights to very indifferent onca During Ivory Handle Desert Knives this week they have played Miss Multon Ivory Handle Dinner Knives The Two Orphans School Ten Nights in a Ear roMB c and their patrons have White Hone Handle Dinner Knives GoldTlate Scarf Pins been very well entertained The brass band of tk company is composed a maGold Plate Bib Pins jority of ladies and misses makes good Gold Collar and Cuff Buttons tnusic and is attractive because of the Good kid Gloves for Ladies and Men novelty of lady performers Altogether Berlin Gloves Buck Gloves Gents Scarfe their entertainments are very creditable Ties c and interesting nov2C4t J AMBERG SONS NOW IS TOUR CHANCE to get tbe nicest lot of New Orleans Gro Â¬ Unrltcfls ceries ever brought to Hickman and very The market brisk and aver COTTON cheap such as ageireceiplp Ordinary 9c Good Ordi Â¬ - nary 9q Low Middling 10 8trict Mid Â¬ Extra Prime Sngar Extra Choice Suear dling 10c Yellow Clarified Sugar CORN White delivered on river bant 40c mixed 87c White delivered at de- Â¬ Off White Sugar 40c Snow White ongar pot in Hickman 43c mixed and yellow i M t B5JN iLmmmLmwm aRfr Â¬ The Granulated Sugar - f Powdered Sugar Crush Sugar Prime Rio Coffee Choice Rio Coffee Choice Rio Coffee f Old Cardova Coffee Java Coffee Extra will be do next week torn with e mas J s Prime Molasses Choice Molasses Ex Choice Molieses These goods are all new and will give Gen Suerman has written a letter Special inducements offer- Â¬ eatisfaetion to a friend which plainly indicates that to wholesale Buyers ed dl7 2t he does not want any Captain-Gencr-alc- y J AMBERG SONS There paper issued from tbis offic owing to time honored ens printers to obervcGhristc The Courier twill re some publication Jan 7 1881 and regularly thereafter as usual A raer ry Christmas and a happy New Year to ail No - Paper Nrxr Week - How to Stop a Paper zp lowing from an exchange so tbe father of Christian K Ro clearly expresses our views on the sub- Â¬ Ross who is on a next to ject that w copy it without comment Charley You have an undoubted right to stop a Pittsbnrg is quoted at saying The only tidings I bave ever re newspaper when you ftel disposed upon paying all arrearages Do not hesitat to ceived of Charley since he was stolen do o on account of tenderness of feeling wat the demand for a ransom of S20 for the editor Dont you suppose he 000 If I had paid that I would have As it is I would stop buying sugar of you or meat had him long before this clothing dry goods etc if he thought he have epent SGO000 and have not rot I am still engaged and have de- Â¬ was not getting fait moneys worth and him why should you not exercise the same tectives employed and hope io time to 300 privilege with regard to him And when find liitn I have examined over of children in the search some Â¬ lot you do discontinue your paper do so man whom had been stolen but none of fully Dont be so spiteful as to throw it whom had been stolen but none of back to tbe postmaster with ft contemptuthem was Charley I would not pay ous I dsnt want it any longer and have the ransom I wanted to protect tho refused written on the margin and have community and fecure the thieves As the paper returned to the editor No gan it is I have lost all my fortune and tlemn ever stopped it in that way no my boy matter if his head js severed with gray A great many people take a drink hairs that should be honorable If you do not longer wish to receive a news- - because they are thirsty but very few nancr write a note to tlie editor like a can reaoh the moral altitude of the ad be pure that arrpar nirowho said that he drank a glass lean sayinc o I jopajof whisky oucc in a wlne because be age arc paid Th las vt ivnutcd to change Li biefl V -Â¬ The fol fully and for Grant perpetrated about 3 or 4 o the iitm nfmorninz and the Gre in ilieaaPSsSi ii the saw mil and lumber 0 wai understood to have been fortunate hHick n Kv has been thi ly discovered in time to put it out be by mutual consent A MHRvLD fore any considerable damage was done M B THOi UPSON NE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL BOATS ON TUB 111 VEIL and a most disastrous conflagration io Hickman Ky Oct 25 1880 Consignments Solicited the business portion of the city thus Special and prompt attention given to tne snipment oi an Kinas oi ouniry prevented The affair created the mot mayJ- - jJ Produce Live Stock etc intense excitement and threats were freely made that if the perpetrator Ifyeu want to make your wife and could be discovered he shoud and childron happy go to J W ROGERS and would be hung without ofergy 5 The postmaster Mr V G Bradley get a can of fresh Mackerel only 75 cents apl30 per can is a young man highly connected and has been married but a few months C3CALL and SKE the nice Ready REFITTED REFURNISHED The sympathy for him in his loss was Made Clothing at AMBERQS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED SONS J tf THIS HOUSE HAS renovated Convenient to river and railroad and attentive tlioroiichlv great and petitions to tho Government i nniAl uumo o owv watcn Kept anu aiiocemer one oi iue uesi uiipuimcu lirtlnla in thta Dailtnn to release him from tho payment of FOR THE FINEST TBIHfEB W mavO 79 the money were at once put in circu Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can lation and numerously signed The Meats and Pickles call at J W ROGERS confidence in his integrity was fully Vtefff - irsa iea tx-cm e u w a V tl tani n k h demonstrated by the people by the qa1 MS JU Best WlilKlcy 2 JSWisa ILl tMyjBXNa ai alacrity with which they signed the The best grades of whisky kept at rea- Â¬ sonable prices by petition aplSO J W ROGERS Last week the government pent two detectives to the scene of the robbery USTotice to investigate It is reported here All parties indebted to Steagala Co that they went over the books carefully and found that Mr Bradley was be are requested to come forward and settte hind about 8500 besides the S833 and thereby save cost We are compelled supposed to have been stolen They to have money to meet our indebtedness Very respectfully also found that he had been making STEAGALA CO novl2 lalfo entries crediting hiuisell in cv eral capes with much larger amounts than he was entitled to and for which All persons indebted to Romlurant The he could show no certificate to Drcwry either by note or account nre matter that pointed most 6trongIy respectfully requested to call ami settle his guilt was sometime ago a letter on or before the 1st of Jan 1881 and containing S100 directed to Evansville thereby save costs c This is a fair and was handed him to be registered This timely notice and wo mean business DREWRY BONDURANT lotter was placed in the usual registry dec7 envelope and went by due course of mail to Evansville WKeolf arrived at its destination it was found that the inside letter which bad contained the 400 had been cnt open and the money JUST RECEIVED BUTTERICKS removed there was nothing in the Report of latest Fall and Winter letter As the postoffice envelope gave I asliions and a large lot of samples of no evidence of having been tampered irrcneb English aud German goods Uw ntlemen are invited to call and ex with the circumstances pointed to tbe sept26 r Princeton postmaster who removed the contents Putting this and that to TA1CEST UP gether tbe detectives arrived at the col A STRAY by Jno Tittsworth conclusion that Bradley was the man AE living about 6 milrs ast of IIick- who robbed the Princeton postoffice inun one halt muo soutn oi mo aiiue 10th Ky and having settled this matter in their road in Fulton county MULE on theabout nCed inst ONEPAY MARE own minds they called on Mr Brad 10 years about 14 hands high but having DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF leya bondsmen and after reporting no brands or marks perceivable and the result of the investigation to them which 1 appraise at the valne of S30 00 Witness my hand this 20th day of No the bondsmen at once made good the McDonal- naraA fc - K O kl sSPio73SrXrico CO Jfifat Nu A OVERTON CITY ITEMS lill i H2CKMA23 KEHTUOKY iliii ronr m it of WJ undersifi Circuit Court styled cansewill nut Court Clerk s office in ku from tbe date hereof nut day of February 1881 to receive and heat proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to bin and proven as required by law within 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 Meals from G to 8 and sept 1 1880 from 12 to 2 oclock Special rates to reg seSO ular boarders Meats 25c tneifBH PBifr I Ohas Nichols Mangels Bakery AND 1 Li -- J Abner Youngs admr plaintiff FULTON CIRCUIT COURT against j Commissioners Notice m fa m m n st fas -- mm mm Notice SETTLE UP 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 KEEP CONSTANTLY OX UASD Circuit Court rRESII DREAD ROLLS COFFEE styled cause under an order in the above will attend at the County CANE CAKES PIES HOME Â¬ Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky MADE CIDER CRACKfrom the date hereof nntil the 21st day of SAR- Â¬ ERS NUTS PICKLES February 1881 receive and FRESH OYSTERS Jc Jc of cliiras againsttosaid decedent hear proof DINES 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 CAXDIE S JNO A WILSON A full lino of Cigars Tobacco and Ciga Maltr Commr Fultoa Circuit Court rettes always kept in stock sept 1 lbSO P S Orders for Weddings and Tarties promptly attended to Commissioners Notice KAYSER WITTING octS Equity OilCTiOIlt KipTNEE a GARDNER IS DEALEB8 Jas Brantleys admr plaintiff against Jas Brantleys heirs and credit FULTON CIRCUIT COURT Sercliaiit Tailor DBUGS AND Paints Oils HIOKMAIST John G Griffin MEDICINES ufn and Dye Stuffs KENTUCKY PTJBNITURB COFFINS MATRASSES C c HICKMAN DC KENTUCKY ONDURANT liREWRT O X Â¬ deficit vember 1880 Bradley was reporled at home quite sick but says if his books exhibit any deficit he is ignorant of it and has spent the money innocently and tbe disorepanctea are caused by clerical errors Up to baturday night he bad not been arrested but it is altogether probable ho will be and the cause of On Saturday ho the fire investigated was removed from tbe ofGco aud a tern porary postmaster appointed The affair has created a great sensa Â¬ tion and is the sole topic of discission Many people believe Bradley is cuilty while he has a large number of friends who believe bm to be innocent We have given the statements just as they were given to us and if they are wrong when wo are so advised we will make the correction dec7 J W MAYES J P F C Agricultural Implements ASD SPECIAL AGESfTS TOlt A I WILL SELL MY HOME PLACE ON reasonable terms lying one fourth of mile south west of the Court House In the town of Hickman enihracinj about AND ONE HALF ACRES FORTY TWO jJ hfbuw X ors defendants Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Jas Brantley deceased that the un dersigned Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an Order in the above styled cause will attend at the County Court Clerks office in Hickman Ky from the date hereof until the 21st day of February 1881 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claim not prevented to him and prov en as reqnired by law within the time specified above will be forever barred JNO A WILSON Master Commr Fulton Circuit Court sept 1 1880 j j Equity As Fulton county Ky on tbe Hickman and Dresden road 3 miles west of Jordan Sta- Â¬ tion one red vearlinz steer with star in his forehead the end of his tail white No other marks or brands perceivable which I annraise at SI0 Given under my hand this 30th day of O W JULES October 1880 J P F C nov2 4w Up TakenPrather livine in a stray bv R C WALTER WOODS HARVESTING GAAR MACHINES ALSOAGENTS SCOTT COS THRESHERS t- - Keeps on hand repairs for same of land nearly nil under fance with a LARGE COMMODIOUS DWELLING good Ciitcrn nnd Slables young bearipg FOR Orchard of selected fruit good Garden spot nnd good lots of never tailing witer fur Stock For terms apply to tbe under- Â¬ signed orT M French C F C C B R WALKER jaS0 80 iRTWM -W-A-GrOsT mm MANUFACTUrEIlS OF COillE TO STAY COMPANY TDK REGULAR Cairo Hickman by Andrew Shuck liv in Fulton county Kentucky C in 13 east of Hickman on what is known as the Shuck road ONE RED TEER with white face marked with under bit in the right ear No other marks or brand per ceivable two years old past which I ap pn se at ten dollars S1O00 Given under my hand this the 24th day Postmaster General Maynard ad Â¬ of November 1830 O W MILES J P F C heres to the policy of Mr Key that I do certify the abov post nolo is a true newspapers containing lottery advers copy of tha records in my office this No Â¬ tiscment should not bo entitled to vember tUtb 1833 J V F C O W MILF dec3 4t Iocle Sams mailing facilittoH TIKES UP ASig A STRAY PACKET Ssa iiiiiiijT r New Madrid And All Slnases or TIIROAT and XUXGS Put np la QnrtSlxe Bottle far Fmllj Uu Scientifically pnmnd at Balura Toln CirunUet Rock Cud Old Kje and ottsar tonic Th lornral is known to oar but phj9iclsntli hiihlj commands 1 br thm and tbe anaJvuU of oar nock piomlnsni chemUtProf G A MARINER in Chlcaco U on to label o ererr botUn It u well known to the medical Coughs Colas Soro Throat Bron chitis Asthma Consumption i SURE CUBE 3 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS bOll THE profession that TOLD ROCK and RYE will afford the rreatejt relietfor Conxba Colds Infiuenza Bronchitis bora Throat Weak Langs also OonsoranUoo In th In Â¬ cipient and advanced staire Used as a BBVKRAUK and APPKTIZKRlt makes a dsUshtful tonlo for familr use Is pleasant to take l weakordsUlitatedit tires tone aotlritj and itrsnattl h ur wiutia iiuiiiii irmm ill arWtty jjjjj m STEEL PLOWS NOW IS THE TIMK TO SUBSU1UBK HICKMAN COUM1EH rjLWitEXCE A MARTIX Proprietor all Bladlsoa Street Cnrcasjo ITT Ask ynr DmtrxWt ro Itt tyAsk your Wine for Itt This elegant passenger slcamer will CVAalc your irocrUcrckant ftorttt tV Children nsk j onr Mamma for Itt arrive at llickmnn goinp down every Tnpday and Ihursday up Wednesday tsruid Sy DRUCfilStN GBOCEBs aug il audFridaj IWiaem KCxlAATS TCryi nor T TAMBROSEHILLZVliLN Mastlr t theonlTmAdleatfl artllamAil is Mnnln h lne a GOVKRNMhXT bTAMP on eaoh boule sr te 4 BBBBTeaf BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkT SBBBJBSBgjttga N fejpjjj3pj nicest gold band china bowls fall of milk and a silver spoon to dp it from After that Mr Soule took her on his lap and told her stories in his sharp snappy voice until bed time The next day but one the children went to the spot where Little Nell had left her hazel nuts but they had all dis- Â¬ appeared Little Nell Tvas quite sure the squirrel had carried them off tc his new house I think sq too But the best is not fold When Papa Philbrick came home from the village postoffice one night not long after this he brought n little box directed to Mr JonaB Philbrick When 4he box was openod guess It was full of nuts of every kind walnuts butternuts peanuts filberts and castanas pheep oes Jack called them There was a card too This is what it said From Master Chippy Squirrel to the tender hearted little girl who gave him all her hazel nuts shouted the Thats Littlo Noll children And Littlo Nell divided her treasures happy as a queen Youths CompanÂ¬ lBBBBBBBsfl jgjj ioivJJroLKS aoxoanra otto In Diibtgowns white Kneeling to prar In the softened light Two little urchin Of the shaded limp Mike the loTinz eyes OI the mother damp With a i weet surprue As she catches the words On Johnnys tongue So musical soft Whether said or suds FABM KOTES 8he hardly knew But their melody rang In berstrtuuring tax For msny a year After Johnny grew Through boyhood and youth Pure generous true They murmured And Dear Lord bless Then silence fell And thoughtf ulness And Elsie the baby horses leg may be removed by scraping off the top and applying munatio with a small stick or camels hair brush They may be cut from a cows udder and killed in the same way One acre of land well prepared and cultivated will produce more than two which receive only the same amount of labor used on one One cow horse mule sheep or hog well fed and cared for is more profitable than two fed on tho amount that will keep one welL Ono acre of grass is worth more than two of cotton where no grass is raised Old Warts Flat warts on the inside of a I lay me Farmer aaiiiiBiiBiMBWr7H wW rvrr W araONria anxiety to encounter the niusquitoes aao not to the which abound there though Cheese Souffe This dish must be A Baft Among Breakers ajTszaaiy extent that makes life suoh a burden as sent to table direct from the oven in the Mr Tornado Baft has recovered from upon the eastern shores of Hudsons Bay in which it has been baked as it pan MBodfljftiH his injuries The way he got hurt was While our water casks were being filled We want them to morrow falls if kept standing Beat separately this Mr Baft was appointed by a cer- Â¬ Please send them down here part of Au- Â¬ two eggs add to at Marble Island in the early the whites and yolks of TOOTH EAR The biggest to tUtv tain up country missionary society to in- Â¬ gust Captain Baker and I went into ono tho yolks one tablcsponoful of sifted such a lUUt dearf ass vestigate the theater and see if it is A fervent Amen of the ships boats to the mainland about flour two of grated cheese a pinch of HEADACHE really a wicked thing He came to Bos- Â¬ a confident tone In fifteen miles to tho southwest to secure cayenne one of salt and one cup of And Johnnys own prayer aro ton and called on a manager and ex-Â¬ a lot of musk ox skins and other articles of milk when well mixed add tho whites Was presently done pressed his business and the manager Julia A WiUard fa CoKOrtgationalUt encampment there AIL OTHER HIIS trado at a Kinnepatoo beaten to a froth and stir briskly pour told him he was at liberty to go behind and though wo spent but ono night on into a buttered shallow pan and bake in a the scenes of his theater and witness shore I never endured such torture from a quick oven until a rich brown about What Jjian Well Did Mr Baft ac- Â¬ ACHES so small a cause as the mnsquitoes occa- Â¬ hazel nutting up in how things were done produced that viated 15 minutes They were going cepted piece being sioned us Indeed my hands and his K rnparatlta a earth wrsals St Jacosa On as a sara the north lot the Philbrick children night wasTho spectacular one and Mr Thin Seeding Wrra Oats H C Cauliflower Wrrn White Saucs a sea sirLa aaa csur Extsraal Bmdr A trial stalls for a month afterward were swollen and and Little Nell bat th oomparatlTsly trials z xtUay f CaTr aa4 nrr vJffSBrj Boil two small cauliflowers piefe tho imps Whitewood of eas saaarisf with paia can hats hup and positiTS presf of sore from the venom of these alominable Little Nell was not one of the Phil Baft wandered about amonggot under spring says theCanisteo N Y sowed last out into snngs and arrango them head its ciaiau Dicnojs u axxTEi Luccaon ho Husbandman upon fivo littlo pests They are not like civilized brick children in fact she was not the and goblins and fairies until the stage and nnperccived and una Â¬ acres of measured ground two and a half downward in a pudding basin which SUS ST All HOMUTS AM 1MIOU III sslflMC musquitoes for no amount of brushing sort of a cousin to Will wares stood upon a trap A devil was bushels of oats or two pecks most distant been ier aero must have gentleymado quite hot press CO A VOBELER or fanning will keep them away Their Jack and Poll v them in then turn them out trap to the and harvested and threshed from tho said Jlrjlttmorc 3rd V8A sociability is unbounded and yon have She was Dick Longs daughter and to be shot up through that up some- Â¬ five acres 355 bushels of oats or 71 bush dexterously on a dish and pour over them stage just as he came absolutely to push them off a handful at Pick Long had been a poor shiftless fel- Â¬ body onand stage was to make a vicious els per acre The ground was a very tho following sauce boiling hot Melt BEFORE BUYING OR RENTING Art the a timo while their places aro at once who cobbled shoes for a time in low rich piece of black mucky soil that had ono and a half ounces of butter in a dodge whack at him which ho was to tho air teeming with filled by others the village two miles from the Philbrick The machinist who worked the trap just been marshy and covered with alders saucepan mix with it a tablcspoonful of them all the timo Tho natives keep Bend for oar LATEST Ilixstsitxd Caauoous Cpp4to farm and then went away to California glanced at it saw that a man was on it Tho water had nearly disappeared and flour and then add half a pint of boiling with kcwest STTEcs at Id and upward or 3a per ewer their tents filled with smoko from a slow never to be heard from again crandap Sentfree MAS0V4 HAMLIN ORIIAX CO thought that it was all right and shot it last fall Mr Whitewood pulled up tho water stir till it thickens add salt and 1M Tremontbt smoldering firo in tho doorway which is BOSTON East Itht5ZW TOSK He was not much loss to be sure so up Baft felt himself going and gave a alders and plowed tho ground he was white popper to taste then tako tho US Wabash Are CHICAGO tho only plan to render them habitable The Barks Roots and Herbs the neighbors thought but it killed his wild yell but it was too late Up he more anxions to get the land seeded to saucepan off tho firo and stir in tho yolks Choicest in the world Importers pru es at all but tho remedy is only one degrco Largest company in America staple article wife and when she died good Mrs went and the man on the stage was all grass than to raise a crop of oats and of two eggs beaten up with the juice of olessessTerrboai- - TrsdeeontinuallTincreas- From Which Vegretlnc la Made better than the disease as Captain Baker opened her motherly heart and ready to make tho welt at the devil and sowed the oats moro to protect tho young a lemon and strained Philbrick line Aeents wanted eTrrwhr Bml la- remarked to mc with tears Tho only aocements- - Dont waste lime Send for areolar arms to Little Nell and took her in made it But Baft bewildered by his grass plants than for any other purpose Veey 6t X T 1 O Box 137 BOBT WELL relief from the torments is a strong breezo Her real name was Henrietta butMiss novel position was not prepared to The catch of grass is a decided success SOLD FOR The Actor and tho Cobhler A Month and Expense from the water wliich carries them away SALESMEN Jackson the dressmaker who read dodge it and got the blow a powerful About three years ago Mr Whitewood SAsIrus rasa but even then it is not safo to seek shelOno Sidney Beauchampo in fonnei Dickens stories a great deal one over the head It sent him flying cleared a similar piece of land plowed Charles STAr S4 rosna a co c 50 Cents a Package a Jl ter in the lee of a tent for there they called her one day Little Nell and it clear across the stage It was in the and sowed to grass and three pecks of years a stock actor at tho old Federal swarm and are as vigorous in their atstreet Theater Boston was an insuffer- Â¬ clung to her ever after sample to families We give attract re peraents play for every one to kick at the devil oats to the acre and harvested over fifty and flrit claas goods to your customers we gjTe too Rood tacks as during a calm The men wear Yon see she was a quiet shy little while he was to dexterously dodge every bushels per acre He savs that the oats able prig and as impudent as ho was profits w prepay U express charges we famish oat VEGETINE musquito net hoods over their heads and t free Write for particulars creature with such big soft brown blow and the man whom Baft fell near in this case were so thick that in many boorish that is to those who were changed PEOPLES TEA CO Bex 9039 St Lcnla Mo smaller than he was Moreover ho was Tho other great swan myth of tho north shoulders while in camp or hunting and For Kidney Complaint and Kerrous eyes and such a sweet cooing voice that didnt in the excitement of the moment places the grass was smothered an inordinarily self sufficient man grand Â¬ is that of tho injured maiden to whoso tho women and children live in tho smoko Henrietta seemed too long and hard a notice that it wasnt the devil and Debility Fixing Shoes to Horses Hoofs A iloquent and bombastic and fond of aid in her extremity thero comes sailing of their smoldering peat fires name for her kicked at Baft and as Baft didnt dodge IjLZBoao Ma Dec 23 177 was Saturday afternoon and as I he got hit and was lifted clear up the new idea for accomplishing this without ventilating tho basso prof undo of his a knight in a boat drawn by an enchanted It McStstexs tho use of nails is carried out as follows lungs when he had an opportunity swan and who after tho knight has res- Â¬ Be a Man whra m lathe Original CenesotratedDhIye and told yon Will and Jack and Polly and stage to where another man kicked him Jar Sir I hsd had a congh for Ieighteen years my y I ra Tery low eetuma Reliable Hsker Littlo Mike Keegan kept a cobblers cued and mado her his bride destroys S accompanyfamily 5osp for making Ilstrst Little Nell were going hazel nutting and he was terribly scarred and began Tho inventor takes a shoe of ordinary spending is tho father of commenced taking the Vrgedne I had the Kidney Com each Can Foolish lem wan debilitated hy disease S construction having say four holes stall only a few steps from the pit door her happiness by insisting that ho shall Sa aP Soft and Toilet leap ijntekly It la wan nerTour cough bad lanes ore They each carried a basket and each to yell and the audience which thought therein and through of hard plaint I and takenTery bottle 1 found it waa helping me poverty Do not bo ashamed Ask jour grocer foe one When had full weiaht and strength these he passes in tell ho is comes am basket had a flaky apple turnover trengthn me conch helped it was part of the play cheered bands or wires of metal two extending on Theatera alloy lover those same days Wo her whofamiliarand whence he as is work Work but work for half price it hasable to do my work and it hare found anything Ilike SJArOXIFIKK and take no other Mike was dear of the drama and with this tale aro all it These were for lunch in case the chil- Â¬ and then another man kicked him and PENNA SALT MANUFACTURING CO own master now Vecetine myknow it isSerer ererything it i recommended I lha extremity of the a critic in his way and as an imitator told by Wolfram von Eschenbach and rather than be idle Be your Mas AV rESDLETOX dren got hungry and we know dont then another and another and shriek from or near tho hinderat ia and do not let society or fashion swallow to be we that growing wide awake boys and ing loudly he flew about like a foot ball shoe and the other two short distances of actors both in voice and manner he hns in our own day bcenrecast by Wag- you up individually hat coat and boots PETROLEUM JEUT from either side of the toe the position was a marvel ner concerning Elsaof Brabrnnt and Do not eat up or wear out all you can girls arc always getting hungry 1th Modal Orand Medal until finally he rolled at the heels of a Dr W Well Mr Beauchampe had owed Lohengrin tho son of Percivil at fails at Philadelphia was a long time before they reached mck mule on the stage and tno animal being varied with the number of bands It earn Compel you selfish body to sparo Kxpy4irHm x position To Dyspepsia the north lot Polly forgot her kid kicked him into the orchestra and as he employed bands fix the shoe tho hinder Mike quite a little bill for more than a something for profits saved Be stingy Scrofula Llrer Complaint Shakespeares Mother are first drawn tightly year he had his cobbling done promisThis wonderftil subatanc Is aeknowleded by phymcfaM Bhcnmatlsm Weakness lingers and bad to go back for them fell he broke two fiddles and a trombone wires or to your own appetite but merciful for thronj hout th world to b the beat remedy afaeoTerea H It Stitijj Boston Both young men belonged to tho sa-Â¬ others necessities Kit Ihs Barns for the enra of Wounds else her poor little hands would have while his head got stuck into a kettle- Â¬ round tho front and upper part or corona ing to pay the whole when this last job Help others and I have been practicing medicine for twenty flra years eaas Pries Catarrh Chilblains Khenmattan thatineery of the ends passing In order had had so cred jcunessc done of Harvord but ask not for yourselves been stuck full of prickles Then Jack drum This wildly excited the orches- Â¬ buckle hoof tho or they may through a should be completed Seo that you are and as a remedy for Scrofula Liter Complaint Dyppi one msy tr j it it i pot op ia 13 aad 25 cent VotlIM fait be twisted much of it dane and had broken so even their brilliant intellects had suc- Â¬ proud too the blood Weakness and ua Obtain from jour dtafc must needs chase a woodpecker a long tra but by that time tho actors had togetheror ring ends of Let yourprido be of the Kheumatlflm found its equal all diseases ofVecetine forI home hold superior to aoj thing joa have evr a Rd joa I hate sold will And it haeneTer Tho other wires are that at length one wav while the three waited for him found out that there was some mistake also passed through the ring or under many promises would Miko do another cumbed to the power of wine They right kind Be too proud to bo lazy too seren years and hare neter hadthose bottle returned r in declared that he not stood upon tho step of a Cambridge car proud to givo up without conqueriug would neartily recommend it to W BOSSneed of a blood Bat they cot their baskets full of nuts as the real devil came up through the Druggist BI CARB Da pander Wilton Iowa with their prickly coverings and ate trap So proceedings were stopped the first bands and being drawn tightly job for him without pay Tho season and talked loudly wholly unconscious every difficulty too proud to be in com- Â¬ Sept 1878 downwards tho hinder wires or bands was at an end and tho actors were plan that MisaX tho young lady upon whom SODA their turnovers all but Jack That is while Mr Baft was extricated and taken oiling to the conformation pany that you cannot keep up within ex- Â¬ Vcjretlne la Powder Form is sold by sll drag of gists snd general stores If yoa on not bay it of hem lo say Jack ate his turnover with the to tho green ioom The manager went are as it were wedged tightly the hoof Â¬ ning for their vacation when jne day they were to call tho following evening penses too proud to be stingy Is the best In the World It is sbsol uUlyporsTItH Inclose nflj- cenU in postage stamps for one package thus fix- Beauchampe went into the vest but lie natl not mied nis oaseu to him and asked him what the Old ing the shoe firmly to the hoof This humble stall to get the boots cobblers sat just inside the car door Theatrical oronedollatrfor two packages and I wiUsenditby best for alsdiciaal Purposes It is the est1BflMF tho Wei topics were the subject of their conver relara mail hinkhe had spent too much of the Harry ho meant by getting upon the invention only receives provisional pro lmgtons ho had left there to bo Sl Hindoo Servants aad all Family Uses Sold sy alt DrnjiJl p sation and one remarked loftily that chasing the little red stago and disturbing the peace and Baft tection fci Even the wealthy Hindoos cannot find Were they done fotjjiis part he never cared fo- - Shakea- pcMM n on the said it was a conspiracy to slay him uMinlannnerhimsclf ksatasmK f V 1 N servants Ono of Yes they were done Care of ihe cood lit gasii Shakespeare knewls108domestic good servants are them the brook Finally the matter was explained and see when Farm Implements We often gone T Then he wouhbfito VJBSSJBBSSKp hes nobody I passing along a countryhigh rBEPAKED BT sent to thoJttspitpTfTn a liack It was Baft was Sho nos notluntr but an Vwlionso totnowhow to hold your um- He lias reportjBtfMfetfHKUiat the way mowing machines hay rokesV he would urliead pour tho water h JhriEVENS Boston washwoman down on Jov wagons and other farming utinsiiVlying had sei theaterHiaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak exist- DJ ifter mflnls nnrl nTiur All the following eveninir the out exposed to tho wcatherfeyptimes TRUTH JKJgJXi rence BaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaMDMpip - iw yTrtw rn vuui iJivjua vi faultless attije were sun tnis is uccansetne owncrJHBMBBnren- - have ii - wM JtZLfii S Bssr SZfisQCS JBPfirPgsHSSfe jfcSJ5y3jgr Tlliiial Utlf St tS V1 sT2is4 wiiis SS2asMMLE g M ia Y aas Si V - n epKfainif jV- sptSlrir barbarisTn rasssssssBsasais wasj loally moV ani is uirougn negiigenceasa sgjLiBJi ukt-Sg- Pwl11 sn tBWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjBBBJBBBBJBBPVIVBBsaiaiM hi lined voting Tlafts wroth UO r place Thev plunder Arfdr Bfl ffent cause it 13 always poor economy pfFrSxsSJfS always bmoshecl The iSr gives value of implements their aiuirer m me uonuou afafafafafafafaMS-T 4 the second youth remork Lyou and machines nec- boots then cting eednt some interesting statemeu Ihe Purest and BestTledicIne eier HaJa when sent to the bazaar they steal But tho cobbler was firm tlljg horror when MivXr essary to use in the proper and successthe toad In the matter of ours lie staaaaaaaaaptroitv of Hops Buchu Mat Two or three other actors had come in return 1That is very natural your clotnos your nco anu nicy aro so ful management of an ordinary sized drukloand Dandelion IU all the best anu way for a says the toad is not very ilarM farm amounts to acquainted with his greedy that they lick off the very syrup most esuraUre properties ot all other Bitters about 8300 and the with Beauchampe and by this time half I believell l Any as iitue from Ahe surface of your sweetmeats malt esVthecrcatCTt Blood Purifier Liver afiBfc uouirt jsoftly sseu either thatto quality or quantity do for wear and tear of them is of necessity a a dozen more had come in from old h mother XBoston Courier SSSflflaW creeps or crawls will Re UlVator and life and Health Hectoring into thing her hand a Representing the choicest selected Tortmj great deal but if allowed to remain out Mother Drralaps snuff store The boot- Â¬ Agent AOoodArrouBl home now Jacfey shot him wood lice beetles spiders slugs in all kinds of weather they will less Thespian was now in a rage Ho nop AYkcn the season for making presents comes often vhi am antnesibtrlonr ealst where their shells are To sum it up six long years of bed make some sufferer of your acquaintance a pres- Â¬ and strongest known Sold b Optician andI worms even snails with their ii ami LU give you nan 01 mine Bitten dared not put his hand on the withy litreceive moro detriment from the exposned rarled and perfect aro Jewelers Mado by SfENCEK OPTICAII ODprailr ack laughed and gave the old stump a put out of sight as if by magic for he ure than from actual use The imple- Â¬ tlo cobbler but ho spread himself for a ridden sickness snd suffering costing 200 per ent of a bottle of Dr Bulls Congh Syrup and iCFG CO13 Maiden Lane New York Qsy jite MwUialTtBlatttiBiiaa4USia year total 1200 all of which was stopped note the benefit it will do him and the thanks parting kick A cloud of dust flewnp has a pecnlar - ay of taking his prey He ments used on an ordinary sized farm terrible verbal castigation To all whose eVnploymenU causa trregnlarlorgas or who Jacks loot liau hammered its way watches the moving insect for a second can all bo stored easily in a building Vilo worm ho shouted with highly by three bottles of Hop Bitters taken by my you will receive tr otthbowelsot urinary aaamuauorajaaire- wife who has done her own housework for a or two then suddenly darting out his 30x40 feet through the rotten wood The stump oulrean AmetlxerVTono how West you im the cost of which need bo dramatic gesture How soou wo The man who fighs yoaa since without tho loss of a day and I want Hop Bitters are lnraT aabtefwIUlOUt IntOX- Jack pulled his foot out tongue while at a distance of one or two but little not to exceed 50 A little poso upon my forbearance was hollow Dr tVE- - SHOfLHAKKK ifc wtll kinvr xp Out upon everybody to know it for their benefit icatlng je forgotten has only to leavo a hotel rinced Aurtl Surgeon Author mnd Writer on the abort olio sf 1 aIIa etrrl rotri si rinTh inches the insect is snatched up and thought and computation will No matter what tout rmellnn or sTmn toms Joun Weeks Butier N Y Dntjwtt mar t conalie by mUrr personally at rju show to thee for a false hearted knavo Oh thou vithout paying his bill to find how sadly are what the disease or allVent Is use Hop Bit ofticr No 613 Wnlnut Mrrrt Kaf Inr 1 brown stream of nuts three quarts at swallowed instantly One evening ho any farmer the advantace of such a build imp of darkness thou blot upon tho nistaken he is ters Dont wait unta you ere alck but If yoa Hi umall bnok acnt free His Urge and complete work gave one a wasp and a bumble bee both the very least pago of humanity if thou shalt dare only feel bad or mlserabie use them at once ef 373 pacts on Deafness Dueuea of the Ear and Too hc Olden Time A Relic of ing for storing farm implements But a - aivf Catarrh and their proper treatment price 3 Â¬ Tel tundrsda Itrnay sara your Ufelt has shouted Jack capering were snapped up directly they com- building however well built will not to cast thy dirty slang at mo ni Pll Hooray Malakiai fevers can bo prevented also other by mail A romantic relic of Cowpens battle is miasmatic diseases by occasionally SSOOwOlbepaldroracalse they will not dont want any of any Â¬ menced to move apparently without protect from tho weather implements wildly about using Dr No ono will que tioa DrShomaketa standing Â¬ JfOTE Without waiting for tho outwinded ac in the possession of a North Carolina I cure or help Do not suffer 0jJ0r friends or kail causing the toad the slightest discomfort Sanford t Liter Invigorator the oldest genera Hop B bodys nuts now suTerbut use and urso that are left in the field Wo mast exer- Â¬ tor to tako breath and finish tho sen man It is a plain 22 karat gold ring Family Medicine which is recommended as a HmwmJr firm Wltb rH ft noaa tHe druasvd Then he seized his basket and began though they must have reached his stom cise somo caro in keeping them in their tence Miko throw himself into position which was found on the Cowpens battle- Â¬ cure for all diseases caused by a disordered EAFXS1 Unlr I7ia tbe iosWft- drujikcniMstrambiitUMPurestsa 011 Best Uid BK8f it acta ach in a tolerably active condition to 6coop in the treasure by handfuls as was his wont when imitating old Booth field in 1821 The inscription reads liter Eighty pace book sent free Address Medicine erer made t the places rttonalT prodcaai the Jtural New Yorker In plant houses especially forcing and BOrtr and no person or fatally ct lainrai anao ai J Dr 8anford 162J3roadway New York Little Nell looked on with wide open Application of Manure The reader in Jiichard and opened his battery This and ye giver aro yours forever Brown tdo aXOTbTAIXih should be without inem houses where insects increaso their num- Â¬ Whoput em there she asked eyes tttTV AA Uatxyvainlavrl of day Hisbrogiio disappeared as if by magic It waa presented to a British is sold by tr ls an absoluteof opt cm tobacco aad a ItsWflLsquirrels store house ans-Â¬ bers so rapidly at all seasons tho toadsa willtho agricultural journals of tho and and his voice following and in contrast 1722 by his sweetheart before his de- VtoETiNE in Powder Form you cannotall buy it frtorbnutkennessase oyand IrresistibleSend RISTAD0R0jj wa and general stores If officer notice that mauy old customs narcoucs All sold aruarata services are especially valuable and if wered Appointed toilet for LadT el for Circular 1TY Has Hoars aus u methods in farm operations aro giving with Bcauchampos was as the notes of parture with Lord Cornwallis for Ameri- of them inclose fifty cents in postage stamps for Sold be Drag Oeallevua and Toronto Qt Rochester packages Wasnt he a jolly little fellow and suitable ladder made of a narrow board or one to others somo now in both theory a silver bugle following upon tho belch- ca Tho officer who was killed at Cow- one packagesend it by dollar for two II R Ste- K U and applied be Uj return mail and will resers lepot 3 Wilwasnt it lucky Hacked cried Jack with bits of lath tacked on it two inches place practice and others only variations ing of n tin fish horn pens also wore buttons of 20 karat gold yens I Boston Mass liam PI X T apart be set in a comer slanting from and briskly digging away the decayed wood Ha Slave Wouldst thou hurl thy somo of tho ck cwxninox Aat the floor to the stage he will climb it of old methods that produce better re- Â¬ busive rigmarole at me Who art thou on his uniform and the Carolinas buttons to look for more The Voltaic Belt Co Dlarahnll Jlleli One are still owned in sults Through tho farm paper these What J Aye what save The Creat Remedy For THE LIVER The big brown eyes ran over with and thus be enabled to make himself still new and improved methods are mado the creeping was presented to General La Fayette in Will send their Electro Voltaic Belts to the THE BOWELSand the KIDNEYS more useful eebTfarmexlyilo0tol3S each tears as LittleNell began to understand sneaking thing that would cheat all hon- 1826 and others wero sent to England afflicted upon 30 days trial See their adver Â¬ 3 CENTS Frederick the Ore at U CatryUa Iafao I These great organs aro the natural cJeaneenor Ufa aulaya Life ot common property to all who read such est the rwrm It inrv work well health win be per But perhaps tho most remarkable fact On SO Days tisement in this paper headed she pleaded men and rob the very dead What tho coatof arms on them revealing tho Dont take them Jack Xobert Bums III Lamarttnss LUe cf Xary Queea oi feet It they become ctozmo areaortu aucases are Trial concerning the toad is that though ho papers No one at this day need be at seekest thou within mine humble sanctudereloped because the blood Is poisoned with the Scots IV ThosHnghes Manliness el Christ B CT9 Ill cive you all of mine so many as can and docs eat a great deal he can a loss for information if ho advertises family to whom they belonged hnmnra thatahonld hare been excelled naturally escb formerly 11 flu each I Arnolds Light tIAi It All of yours aint half Now 171 Baron MunchausÂ¬ Kl DN EYWORT win restore the natural action Goldsmiths Vicar ef Wakefield Get Lyons Patent Heel stiffeners applied tc his need Not very long ago manure ary Boots beyond- by tho blood red ana throw off the dleease Thousand haTe been For slX ens TraTels snd Burpnsinc Adrenture now Ilapplnesa I Secnrctl thoso new boots before you run them OTer is here and why shouldnt I take cm exist a long time without eating any- was all applied in ono sun that seta tho misty lea I aU may be rorsslabyaUDroggists cured and nunysns nrrnms xiiusirawa o on vasaiss free AMEIUCAX rrocressBXCHAKOS Joka way Happiness is the thing Years ago lofue sent owa Id like to know Finding is having month in the earth hoasburied one for a the land and ploughed under spread tho swear Thou shalt have thy boots when ance and wherever absence of pain or annoy- Â¬ Two thibds of tho axle grease used in the thero is pain there is disBut B Aldsn Afanarar tribune Building Bow Tork an experiment Little NelL surface certain moneys thou hast paid which oft ease A pain in the lower portion of the body United States is made by the Frazer Lubricator YOUNG a payinf aituatioa Address ate guaranteed You didnt say so when I found your and when dug up it was apparently as idea that plants feed near theobserved times thou hast promised with solemn indicates a disorder of some kind If there is Company Bay the genuine began to be entertained It was VALEJrnttS BBQ3 MsaasrsfaaesTina Wis ten cent piece said Polly swinging her well as ever More recently having been that the elements of plant food in the oath of binding Aye fetch me that any odor or color or deposit in the urine it bothered with myriads of wood lice in an naashters Wire and Motlicra thou owest and I will return thy boots means disease and requires attention at once basket were by Dlt have heard many of our friends Jack reddened remembering what a early cucumberJiouse and not being soil earth drawn toward the surface chief Until thou shalt do that vile slave We remarkablo power of Warners Safespeak of tlrely IIARCHISI8 UTERINE CATHOMrOJ will ofposi cure Female Weaknrss such as Falling th the losing its moisture Kidney The Fterus Whites Chronic Inflammation or ricerstion cl able to find toads in February he later tho time there had been about that ten cent Get theo gono I spit upon and Liter Cure and are convinced there is noth- Â¬ the Uterus Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding Paiufnl work of putting in a crop consists in avaunt You keep still Polly Phil- Â¬ on when they became plentiful buried Soldiers sad heirs piece Menstruation and IVaVW Thousands tho manure thee and spurn theol An thou wilt ing so certain and valuable for all disorders of Suppressed and Irregularpostal card for aAc An oldwith NEW Pensions data back to sfdlscbarg or death sale reliable rsmedy Send pamphlet ISsm brick he said I aiht a chipmunk an three in a nine inch pot with a slate on thoroughly incorporatingwell the field have spouting By tho mass Til spout the urinary system both male and female 4t treatment curea and certificates from ihystcuns and tied with tho soil To do this Address with stamp limited patients to HOWARTK A BALLARD Unca New York a ten cent piece isnt nuts Aint there a the top eighteen inches under ground must bo harrowed until the manure is all with thee until tho crack of doom Bold by all DrntlsU tl JO per bottle Geo e uorar Ago Cannot Wither Them that ho might have them handy for the worked Hows that MistherBosham lot though WssablaurtaM B C agcms P O Drawsr 338 in If litter manure is used auemtk xannTSi Â¬ UJ early The effect is tremendous For a And it was quite in vain that Little nexthe did forcing season But that sea- Â¬ this is a task not easily accomplished It time it seemed wasthough the roof would as Itwe with alarm that wo notice that JOSIAH ALLENS WIFE not require them so they reson as uux cuuuuv o uuiuuiiy leave Nell begged him to put them back is best done perhaps with a slanting the She walked home beside Polly silent mained buried untilbeing following one Â¬ tooth harrow If a sulky cultivator is be lifted People from the neighboring farther and farther behind us the negro JPOtJv pis free JAI 8B01f80 PittoK Sopdu taken up apand were then on shops men women and children camo of longoval proclivities shows a settled tree par day and sorrowful er 10 coil Address at horns Samples worth Maine JTNNIIST OF ALLHsCn OUUlil U not much the worse for their used tho first time going over the field it crowding about tho door to seo what was determination to bridgo tho 0 Biasea Co Portland My Wayward Pardner she parently We might give ours Polly will bo in much better condition for the the matter and in tho midst of ACIEKTS WAJTED in sreryTswn Dont miss it but span of years The aged African tho wild turn them down in a little heap eighteen months icefast though they harrow Among the useful devices in said send for CUculaa st ones aos secure territory Address water or alcoholic acclaim poor Beauchampo crept away whilom content with a round hundred r Southwestern side of the stump yon know where he didnt have any DOUGLASS BROS Cincinnati O ptdvcrizinfr the soil is tho Bpring tooth leaving his boote until ho could get Immigration tho nowlhinkS nothing of ndding ten of could find them easy O Polly what baths company narrow If there is long stubble or money to pay for them New York twenty years thereto We had looked pnrpoea of this Company to supply the will he do when he goes to his house the A Sailors Life atSea It laof 9flitAltnreannf ImmlffTaticn and Tint tA straw manure to bo covered the spring Ledger ON rtfwri forward o tho time when tho entire race and finds theyre all taken away aubeervetbe purreaofanylndJTMtialraUway an article upon the general features of tho teeth will keep it from being of nurses and coachmen to the father of We trill send onr Electro VoIUIo Bella and otho or other corporation tw2olandtbouaktrroid This was a long speech for Little Nell of In sailors life published inthe Boston drawn into heaps as the common harrow a Information furnished those wiahiryr to settle In rieetrlc Appliances upon trial fcr thirty days to those his country should bocomo extinct Quiet Force to make Texas Corresixmdence solicited Address aided with JTerrou DeMity snd afiseaMS a sarsanai Commercial Bulletin tho writer says does it The splendid crops that aro cannot wither tliom Ago WW lAXQXnlatcilaterTauStaU Oronct nature Also of the Llrer Sidneys Bheumatism Ta Yon lit Â¬ After the pilot leaves the vessel at the grown in the Beserye where but a few But Polly laughed at her Men who aro born loadere do not Yain hope Inarfn Tittvit tlauo talysM 4e A sure curt evaroafwd or m pay V alJ UfMA7 AUSUiltAVUSa custom has somowhat staled Address Voltaic Belt Co MaraailMlfav the squirrel mouth of the harbor tho captain assumes years ago it was supposed to be impossitle goosey the said make any unnecessary noiso in tho world though their infinite variety Verily tho Wash Â¬ dayat home easily made CostlT wont mind and dont you think about it command then officers and crew begin ble is sure evidence that success may be They have no occasion to exact obedience Paynes Farm Engines S72 Ontat free Addreae Tana A Co Anrnata Malaet ington nurse and coachman shall flourish Vertical and 8park ArreatIng any more jssflsaa D 1 to understand each other In olden achieved in growing grain crops if we from subordinates for no ono over thinkB in immortal youth unhurt amidst the esss singincsiiomziojjnorse power bbbbbbYpV TEAK and eanenaea la mounted or unmounted Beat ffa asBssssU M II 5 But she did She could not help it Agents Outst Free Address T times it was customary for the crew and set resolutely to work avoiding errors of of disobeying them whilo thoso who do war of elements the weeks of matter and and Cheapest Enrvnea made S1UXKI angnsia Jtau upwards Send for IN At the supper table thatnight Mamma officers to make this day the decisive one the past and adopting new methods that not possess tho faculity only display the crush of worlds Boston Transcript ISO v A 6 for lustratea catalogue their weakness in their efforts to app iar Philbrick counted noses There was- one as to whether the officers or men were to have been proved superior Exchange Clsu O- -- nn7tw0-Se Information and prices to Tho story is important and impressive Sh missing a little straight nose under a take choree TWmuindMOjllt LweeklBTenr own raw It is an unprecedented success said AU 3 SsBBBBBSBSBSBSBSSSsU B W FAYKE A MOXS free Address H Haxurrr A CO rortIaadXaiae told of a man who had a large number Mr Chos S D Arcambol thewell known EMPLOYMEMT-i-StS- promptly EXPENSES pair of big brown eyes The most trifling act indicative of in- Â¬ 1 aHBaSBSBSBSBSBSBSsKj HOUSEKEEPERS HELPS lald SLOAN of pigs in a pen near his house and Burdick Houso drnggist when asked for Where is little Nell children Consumption U alao D subordination on tho part of the crew or St Cincinnati O P ISOS pCtsraUaTarT Cfl A I for bast couth medicine il the out every practice Morphine Habit Cared In 10 I havent seen her since we came the first harsh word from an officer was Camphor Ointment Ono tablespoon made it his stir themto go with a club evÂ¬ his views in regard to the St Jacobs Oil to 30 days Sopay till a up to it is highly extolled and is giving gen- Â¬ OPIUM InJMTicruajrs lebanonCurrrf ening and home said Will sufficient to throw all hands into a fnl of Ohio two tablespoonfnls of Nor I said Jack ST tumult as the result of this fresh battle beeswax brandy tablespoonfnls of sweet the great annoyance of tho pigs and the eral satisfaction Kalamazoo Mich threo wE- L- - ser GUIDE TO neighbors When said I havent either gone Polly but determined the character of j tho rule oil ono teaspoonful of strong spirits of disturbance of the this absurd and use- Â¬ Daily Gazette a on ii asked his reason for know where shes Jack robbed throughout the voyage Heaven help camphor QnUH Hli 2 Wis nnil fe CtT Mixed less conduct he answered that ho wanted a squirrels hole to day and littlo Nell the officers who are overwhelmed by the ad 4t34ta M s Soft Molasses Cake One cup of them to know he was boss There are cried about it She wanted to give the turbulence of tho crew in this their first best Business and An inquisitive loy who had been taught Is II V FAR thepublished Muchand Sll dilute tells s lisEi molasses one cup of butter one cup of too many men in every community whoso llsmUBuuk ever latest It squirrel her hazel nuts an I wouldnt encounter For while the men dare not to bolievo in the resurrection of the iden Â¬ HOW TO DO KVERYT1UM1 in the beat way How to bo wonder if thats where she is to do fig 3 openly disobey the orders from their of- Â¬ sugar ono cup of milk tno eggs ono idea of executive ability is exactly on a tical atoms which constituted each indi- Â¬ your own lawyer actHowaociete busmew correctlyofand suc in and in every jai t life and cessfully How to teaspoonful of saleratus and four cups of par with this They bluster and splurge vidual during life said to his mother Whats that asked Mr Soule ficers they will contrive to render their contains ajuood mine ofTaried Information indispensable lo iulQ Tl D II and stir tilings up generally convincod reference 4rciilaWuiitef for allclsttee Mr Soule was a drover who had come obedience in such a manner as to cause flour Mn will all tho heathen coinu up all or sparefr constantknow why tins book of lh ralue eg r I time To of authority when comes resurrection timo to buy Papa Philbricks cattle He had their unfortunate mate the greatest Sausage Meat To ten pounds of that such foolish parado and attraction sells better ban anTOtlierappli for ternisle it CD IOlULAVi HROL S3 1Y Sill ML CinU O very sharp black eyes and a snappy chagrin meat allow one fourth pound of salt one will convince those unfortunate enough Yes my sou that they are boss voice SE ounco of pepper one half onnco of all- Â¬ to bo under them 2 a And then thoso missionaries wil Uncle Ephs Philosophy mm sorvea to con- they turn up too whereas tho fact is Oh said she and Polly jumped spice and if liked ono half ounco of vince all that they that it TO WANTED -- 2Vi fools And the tr are ha 2 Sfc upset her teacup Then she had to tell Do man or woman Christian ji sinner Bagc Certainly my son t time comes at length when those who who cant wisit do theatre widout bein the story all over when them cannibal heathens Woll Fon Colusa Haus Eight gallons of are over them find it out and they aro r Well I never said Papa Philbrick Of 193 Acres or Tbereabonta bo hurt by it had better hong up on a polo whats been feedin on missionaries got Would prefer to Possession 1st of March 1M1 while the drovers black eyes twinkled longside o dried apples The man who water fourteen pounds of salt ono quart dropped Tho quiet way is tho best resurrected and them missionaries whats nar cram rent Can sire best of reference as to SB i after all emagines dat de Lawd put him on the of molasses ono half pound of saltpeter with delight I ability and character Address stating locality and 1 afXaWaaWaM been eat comes around and wants to get r eBivTCvi v V ifi wjv ibu m PUVU1U Presently the door opened and Little airth to carry a face like a Dutch cheese After the meat is cut place on a board things is goin to bo worse resurrected suermown imwqvui 3 os s BTssBBBBaiBBBBLaBBBaersrs a Ktntdy for Hard Tluje over V1X Nell crept in breathless with red andtoshet his soul up like an oyster and let stand fine night In the morn- Â¬ Stop much LHHsHHLaViaHHHBBVH 1 salt pack into a cask style spending sohtsllby on fln clothes rich food ana mixed than the presidential election ci Buy good and soft hair blown about her has nobizness to turn aroun an tell ing rub with food cheaper snd belter cloth cheeks 2 CO hoy ma 1 2i 3 inggst more real and substantial thinga of life ererr Q face She put her empty basket down odder folks how happy angels are in and pour over tho above mixture mBBlBBBBBLft MN H s v ul luumD It is time you wont to bed my son Orange Pie Juice and part of grated anerexpcnsiTeand nv doctora or usine mi Mni Ji NCYCLOPEDIA heaven As tohossracm it can be card gently the Tils humbug medicine that does you only harm snd Mb George Barnes of Bagnall proprietors rich but put your trust la the Did Ulster unippy make a bow and to extremes same as lots of odder fings rind of two oranges the yolks of four makes tbe all simple purs remedies bod Bitten iht TIOUETTES BUSINESS his y luaaueofflum asea tiacs witn but when I find a man who turns away eggs two lablespoonfulsoi butter one greatest of st a triSing cost snd you wilUtebit r Barnes South aWater street said thatneu- Â¬ cures always a This is the ebaaoest snd onlr cornslete and reliable from a square honest race where de cup of sugar The whites are beaten to times snd good health Try it once Bead of it in an wife had been severe sufferer with b ugh chjcibi xotms ji on M syMssBBSBBBaKi Jl ralgia for years and had tried many wota howjuquoue suaalleasiness ua duties of life aad ont you tease the child I ordered bes hoss am gwine to win I sot him a stiff froth a little sugar added and other column thsTarloos to perform a k St Jacobs Qil is the tails to appear to the bsst adraatags on all occasions a full haw hiljjrick down as a chap who sarves de Lord on then spread over the top after the pie is remedies in vainS5- for circulars containing Watated Esnd extrs terms to Agents Aarenta of to Hours have wings and fly up to the only thing at 6JJght her relief Nell had her Bunner Sunday and beats de grocer and butcher done Beturn to the oven to become description the work sad Patented June t gg Philadelphia a Aiiriis JUlloSiiPsiuixiasCs r elichtv brown author of time T k gave her ne ox the J doonng de balance ox de week ion Almost asleep Could barely creep To her pillow soft But Johnny aloft His fine eyes raised In a childlike faith As if he gazed In the human face Of the childrens friend Divinely sweet As it used to bend With the blessing hand On the early head said he Dear Lord Elsie my sister And Johnny thats me We want two big red apple Tmsxnsa Fruit There are few grape vines and dwarf pear trees that would not bo benefitted by thinning It not only increases the size of the fruit but benefits the future health of the tree Grapes may be cut away while tho fruit is very small but pears can bo left until partially grown as many of them fall when quite advanced in size Asparagus A writer in the London Gardener gives a detailed method uuopiou oy mm lor raising asparagus shoots of twice the ordinary size The plants are given plenty of room say four feet apart each way The first two years alight crop was planted between tho rows afterward no other crop is planted To give the right depth in planting trenches arc dug eight inches deep and good strong yearling plants set therein At the time of planting no inannre is applied but is rarely used af terward By adopting this method of growing asparagus the great expense of trenching for thick bed planting is ob- Â¬ SauctBobekt Put twomedium sized onions chopped very fine with a large lump of butter in a stew pan let them brown well constantly stirring add a teaspoonful of flour mixed with half a pint of good stock salt and popper cook about fivo minutes add a teaspoon- Â¬ ful of mixed mustard and one of vinegar Ono cup of sugar CnocoLATE Cake one half cup of butter four eggs the whites beaten to a froth ono and a half cup of flour one teaspoonful of bakinjr For filling take a quarter of powder a cake of Bakers chocolate to it add a cup of water boil then add a cup of milk and when it again boils stir in a tablespoonf ul of corn starch dissolved in a little milk Boil then sweeten to taste and flavor Sauce for Venison Steak Put one cup of stock a small teaspoonful of salt half a teaspoonful of pepper and a very little cayenne two or three cloves and a few alspices in a saucepan let all boil up then stir in a piece of butter half the sizo of an egg in which a teaspoonful of flour has been well mixed ono teaspoon Â¬ ful of currant jelly one wineglassful of claret heat it once more pour it through a strainer so as not to remove the whole spice SWAN LEGENDS Tbe ABCTIC WEATHER Bomante Which Graceful Bird Tall Mill Quelle garrouada the Tbe Severity of tbe Summer jTttdaons Strait tNew York Herald Around Â¬ most romantic part Two separate cur-Â¬ rents may bo distinguished in tho swan myths of Teutonic and Scandinavian countries To ono current belong tho various stories of swan maidens to tho other those concerning tho knights of tho swan Hero again both traditions of beast worship and images of nature po- Â¬ etry may play a part though it is not clear that the swan maidens of the north had any other origin than the obvious one which would ho in process of imagina- Â¬ tive reasoning like this Swans are beings all softness grace and purity so are some rare maidens therefore 6ome rare maidens are in reality swans At any rate there was no question that such supernatural beings existed They were both fairer and wiser than mortal women They could change from ono shapo to another at will To assume tho human shape they doffed robes of down or swanshirts but retained in-Â¬ variably a gold or silver chain about their necks Sho whose swanshirt was carried off by a mortal could no longer while ho kept it safe become a bird On the again or resume its freedom other hand she from whose neck in her human shape tho chain was taken im- Â¬ mediately becamo a swan again and could not recover her humanity until sho got back her chain sometimes a hunter approaching a for Â¬ est pool would descry a damsel of moro than mortal beauty bathing in its waters would notice the chain about her neck and tho robe of down hanging from a tree would seize tho robo and bear the damsel home to live with him in happi- icsa until ono day he should lorcret the key which kept her mitgic garment from her and return to find her flown forever Or swan brides would consort of their own accord with warriors who had sur- Â¬ prised them at dawn as they sat spinning in human shape besido tho margin of a mountain turn until after seven years their hearts would chango and they would fly away leaving their husbands to sally after them over tho snow in vain Another Icelandic story tells how Helgi and Olaf fought on the ico of a frozen lake and how Kara the mistress of Helgi hovered over tho heads of the combatants in tho likeness of a great swan and by her magic blunted the weapons of them that fought against Helgi until by chonco he stnick off a leg of tho swan with his sword and im- Â¬ mediately tho fortunes of the battle In tho northern legends swans play a Tho temperature in Hudsons Strait was much lower than in tho bay and wo felt tho cold intensely I began to im agino that my acclimatization had not been complete until I noticed that tho Inuits who camo on board complained of the cold as much as we did Indeed I believe that ono feels the coldin an Arc- Â¬ tic summer much more disastrous than in the winter The low temperature in the straits is in all probability attributa- Â¬ ble to the ico that is constantly there either local ice or tho pack brought down from Fox Channel by tho wind and cur- Â¬ rent The great Grinnell glacier on Meta Incognito which Captain Hill cs mated to bo 100 miles in extent must also have considerable effect upon the climate As we passed down toward Besolution Island we could seo this great sea of ico from the deck of the vessel in all its solemn grandeur surrounded by loftly peaks clad in their ever enduring mantles of snow I did not go ashoro while our vessel lay at anchor at North Bay for I had no A Joke on a Horse A Detroit merchant had s horse which was the terror of every pedestrian who got within three feet of his head The ani-Â¬ mal had teeth like a shark and would bite everything within reach except a pile of grindstones Whipping had no effect and he would get rid of muzzles as fast Tho firm had paid a3 thoy were put on out considerable money to settle for his bites and were wondering what they could sell him for when along came a man whoguaranted a cure for 5 He was told to go to work- - and his first move was to get an old suit of clothes and stuff it with straw The horse was driven down the street and the suit was tied to a hitehing post back to tho street A full pound of Cayenne pepper was then rubbed into and sprinkled over the garments and the straw stuffing and the joko was ready The horse came jogging back and the driver left him standing within six feet of the man of straw The old biters eyes had a twinklo as he saw a fine chance to use his teeth and as soon as left alone he began edging towatd the post When ready for business he made a sudden lunge and caught the man by the shoulder That bid horse meant wickedness but he had a surprise in store for him As he lifted the figure off its feet and gave it a shake it fell apart and his mouth nose and eyes were filled with smarting powder Great tears rolled down his long nose he sneezed and snorted and coughed and he was just as chagrined at the general laugh on him as a man would have been Ho backed away from the remnants opened his month to cool it and hung his head in shame Ho did not cease weeping for a day but when he got so that he could look the public square in the face he was a changed horse Any- Â¬ body could pull his ears or rub his nose with impunity In fact he would court caresses where he had defied them and on the approach of a stranger would shut his eyes and mouth as if fearful of an- Â¬ other dose GREAT 6ERHAN REMEDY 70S RHEDIATISI NEURALGIA SCIATICA LUMBAGO BACKACHE Gr O U orraa JL1 SORENESS CHEST SORETHROAT QUINSY SfTELLINGS axs SPRAINS FROSTED FEET airs EARS JU so SO Vegetine ORGAN 4 SA IN POWDER FORM Â¬ wasted I M I cm Â¬ Â¬ SAPONIFIED fl rmijAi3iijin TAQffTim Jfcc Â¬ Ross Writes Â¬ 1 Â¬ NATRONA 1 aSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBK -- 3 V E C r BSSSSSSSSSSSSJ ET E fiJMBjJs t- if sunni ri isasl 3 wr V 1 Ikaati e - - - TVO i r s I miw niiiiiiiiim -- Â¬ Â¬ W fliH Jsri AroBm-Mnn-- EYE CLAS SESKk 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