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Eine-Jo- b" eFFICK-Hd- aM BrfMhr, Cilnten St. f , XHtHH 4L 1&.1 i t''' i - tl tf W'1M "W KflMf&mswm ! K " ' V A " ' A a '-- m -. ' . - I fit Mb,- - j I ' I'll K HH ' , V ""WST" iT m 5 -m ' OKEORGE WARREN, "i Editor. ',. f. 1S59) Tll -- ltleKt CAVHjxipor iu ' rtem ICjiitnclcy. 18S4. i. W& Sk"? JWRIHik- -- EXSCOTED- "Printing gU and Dispatch tm Str TA r n . - - BALE BILI.S, , P"0 ENVELOPES. IiETTBH-HSADSj " KKKwk . Price-o- f Subscription, $2. v ESTABLISHED IBt''"' r r ''P' ' i . i .i2srvr.rr:o3srs, . ) : UTl AITJIUMBLE CONFESSION. VTha k that llttlo woman thcro. AV ith lftufc'lilng eyes nnJjJart brown hulr. v "; Aud pUysioffnoaiy so fair? J HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKYSpRlDAY. JANUARY 4. Broflks as ScvTc. K VOL. XIX.-N- O& .Sw- X- ETC., a;T. 4 Who's not as meek an she'appenrs. And doesn't believe one-hashe liearS, And toward me entertain no fears? Mr consort. . ' who wakes me upon crorv morning, About4bc time th.e day Is dawning, . i J" P otratations calmly scornlnff " lf ifrtpouse. (dcvL. a remedy. up. In thih thoy begin ,v As we shot along past tho dark sta- jtisuijly at the wrong end. Thay look tion and out towards tho bridge, I eaw HPj the stream ascreatiu? the nui- - poses. tho white steam of the freight train. , Fan.f. and don't consider that it is It is very "Wo shall pass No. 19. right by th. heiabuso of the stream that is tho otherwiso a good bad feature with soni cows to give at times bridge," Doc t.aid. ipur$e of ttio trouble.-- So thoy go to and at different iiseiL cloth dresses this stages of milking moro Both of us were looking. Doc on his joriaiKT cover the stream up and oall or lees bloody or ropy milk. arerwsually Just how seasop. and ast he cloth chosen in tho side and I on mine. Suddenly, right ily better half! of the costume, to euro this we do not know, but it is a same color aheadwe saw a red l.intp.rn swJnfrin- - 'ntftho stench of the foul mattoi good rule to always draw some of tho but are braided ifn acontrasting back- 4aron Pledger. th channel is bottled up somewhat. first - .;s on our track, at the end of the briaVe! milk on tho floor, as tho first taken puuuui t ?:.iyi Miiimo rt..myv:u yi iu .r.n...r.r,.-.tl..rfr-T,.,.i5viyijliJioitoretaUlhfft.l-J" -- niraw's open!"-'- -" orauung rtsm tnc pqcurs an U fejgP.. Coal-dus- t, , ?t0ba0lVO tttm-- r.il m.'it ,?.!.? eiHjce oi miiKing it at liableintermediate chost-- m bright tfilor nraui may cintloK. oil and sniokG "Spring the patent brake!'! lie said in strong relief to happen is usually mako lircmoh ou dut ra'hcr to me that uas whntwc calod tho air the rotting filth was exposed to tho an again Kt tho s.une time, andshotitubo from tho shade of th cloth. Now cosgrmiy-looki- n persomes. Perhaps brake, then and in a moment we had 5Vntl ?i?un'and dffuscl its aroma looked for and milked on the floor. tumes of cloth are so made that the he Avhlc atmosphere lew amojir tho thousands of passengors shut ofT, reversed and whistled for tho garniture of siutaeV appears on difLo'al ho riW in tho railroad cars bchia.i us Tcochannclof a small natural stream help to stimulating apuli ations mav ferent parts of tho costume, but is avoid this trouble Rural New would caiv for our acquaintance. But But wp were going- at a great speed. through a town or village ought never Xorkir. never used m any sot woy. wo are useful as useful, perhaps. 113 In a moment more ne had oonie along- to be converted into a huu-- e iui A stylUh suit recently made bv a A bulletin of the Wisconsin Expori-mou- t am other class of men; ana certainly side tho freight engine, and out on the wastes. This will strike a good, many Station contains the following: A prominent ladles tailor was- of dark we hac our full share of the hard, onugo we &aw the oil car ngtit across people as an 0 doctriuo.'Uu still it is Wine quart of Jltian reil corkscrew cloth.- - Tho ungood life, includin Ire-n- t our rails! Jt had a look of death iu it. a svuuu octnne. The of a about 2.15 pounds,milk should weigh derskirt which was made like, all tailor ,i stroam or nearly two naiur.-ami nt it ewer nro so pril .andr,inuch exposure to I snuii out on the step. If milk is weighed. drosses, on a foundation bkirt of silk, , wra'her. "Shan't you jump, Doc?" I cried. T was finished on the bottom by a narrow v ill J -- iu. dufv for the other Working up from fireman to enpine-- d He stood with his back to mo, quart more exactly than measur.ng. "pfiiaing of cloth and by a fold of bright A natural w e river or 'enjincer."as weareuaiiaU servos for tho but turned when 1 eftlled red satin ornamented with parallel rows ly called in ihi country is often a slow our. I never shall forget that last look drainage of the land all along its course. ahoe who have never tried koepiug a of dark soutache braid in tho color of tecord of the milk yield will find it a ITrt lirl Tint crinolr llrt can not be madcrwatr-rh- t pro . .. (Mio T,lrt men on our line w. -- " l..a "" profitable, and perhaps a surprising, the costume. The Greek drapery of the Hudson River Railroad who have loos eecmoiMo sav: ;u.es, you may"as wittout obstructing the natural pro-re- fs of the water in the soil and backing it xperim6nL Ouethftus'antlfouhdsnof' tho dress, which is bordered with "four hem finngjeleven years, with no pro- well jump, - but must stick to "my rows up and retaining it where it ought not averago milk cofi'tuina: Yt&suine, 32 tavas of soutache braid on red satin. motion yetj though they are no doubt poat." bouffant at the back, and fell in a to be retained. A sower, on the other pounds; fat, 36 pofind-.- . mil sugar 45 ull competent to run an enrfne. lor f He barely lpoked round, to me, but point on the right sido and was caught pounds; mineral water, promoqnLy)pnds almost wholly upon made no answer, then looked ahead hand, is intended to carry off foul matup high ou the t sido m heavy fold . w. ,i..'. fl nf n vacancies occurring, or some special in- again. Then I jumped went heels ters WhlOll mUbt"bfi rnttn mt! Muwuuihiiun ivnai .i..-- eraunu- as possible, and tho channal for l Jri Old Probabilities Snd tho rooso to display a largo single fluence at headquarters. overhead along the side of tho em- quiekly which was set on the side of the underA man QUjht to become thoroughly bankment leading to the bridge, rolled vwv-jluuui must oe aosoiutely im- 'bono have to saw about tho uominc pervious, so that nothing can'soak weather, but so far wo'Jiave bad a pre.t- - skirt and was braided down the center familiar with a locomotive in eleven over and over, and landed down on the over red satin. A jaunty little jacket through it to the soil. As the level of tho iy wjtoh Himi'r in mis part oi tiioTcoun-tr3 ea s. , I thought that I knew every ice of tho creek near the abutment, bra'd-oand it is liable to tempt our dairy- with a vest coniposod of red satin was s tow in5 mind after firin two years. which I had scarce touched when I water in the soil rises and falls with tho with horizontal- - tows of braid, season and the amount of rain, anopeu-jomte- d men to be a little sJapk in looking after Yet i: takes a good deal of time to learn heard the crash as- - our engine struck drcs, and or pervious channel would the welfare of their Mock before the the house waist of thewitht-- pipingwa to tire ieli. so as to get the most steam the oil car. of soaietimos admit vvatnr fmm i. onn nipping frosts take hold in earnest. finished Ion the edge out of the leat fiiel, and have the highWith the collision came a sudden, light re cloth and made at tho back est pres-ur- e at the grades where it is brilliant flash of light! Everything andaoraetmies jiermit fluids flowing in The wise man will trust no signs but with throe hollow down the moat needed. To do this a man should above me, the whole bridge ami the thtf channel abovv tin level of the will be up and doing with a care to all c?nUr of each of which was set a strip know the road, every rod of it, as well cars on it, seemed wrapper in a blaze grounu water to how out, ud thus the animals, whether thov be furred or of r"d satin braided with dark sout- as the engine. of lire! At the same instant, too, there pollute the soil and tho air in tho poiI. featfierod, and especially the svoungoj ,ache. A s1uaro tack d Awin, a natural stream draining a Then comes the oiling. An engine was a dull, long, tearing crash! tn T i 11(13 itll JllCtO "of heavy The in requires a great deal of' oil, as well as trestle had given way beneath the considerable territory is subject to groat savings banks, and thyre is no danger light re-- embroidery silk ot dark and each ot tlnishc ths top variations in ite volume. A chann-- 1 to that some expensive cashier wjHnake these c'oal and water. The fireman has to strain. plaits. Tho high military collar .eep in mind all those scores of bearDown came our engine, the three cany its etromp discharge in Hoods off with' tho dividends in the sifting. of the basque s of red satin "braided ings where oil has to be applied. Be-t- v baggage cars, a passenger car, and I must be many times larger than can The Dairy. with dark red souta-h- e, and braided Thffl-is a new adultorant for milk. cuffs are en oilin-- v shoveling - in coal, shakinc don t know how many freight cars of ever be nectary for the carriage of the , . rt satin the leoo. Tho wrap This-n- t greatest amount of siwuge anu st nngip jus nre to keep it the other train, on to the ice. Tho ay be. calldaUpply thai fills a worn in tho street with this suit is a t an b fc I and looking to hU stock whole wreck, as it foil down, seemed brought to it. A largo chanm-- is not want long felt. If there i any tiling just long cutaway piped of t " an i water, he is kept bus-- , and enveloped in flames; for the oil had suited to the rapid removal of a small now that the American peoph hankor with bright red cloth and" coat with fanned must t.k ed.-- watch sharply. But a man splashed over everything, and tho blaz- floKt of filthy fluids, and, moreover, aftcr.it is a new adulterant for milk. It a lapel collar of dark Titian red velvet. wts thse rtuties well tLed in his head ing coals from the v exploded it costs a great deal more than a swer ot comes this tim in the Shap of thai Simple shopping suits of dark blue the proper size. Even, if tbo largo arch enemy of molasos aiii ljoney in time on tho instant. channel for a fluctuating stream is built glucose an "aqueous firing that the practical which, or ches'nut abrown diagonal cloth are Itisiv'ie When the engine struck the ico it mad with bkirt knoividgo of running an engine is broke through, and with a hiss went to through a village, he s wage from the wo prenmc, in Ano-isnAomeans bordered with foundation on tho of silk, a plaiting bottom gained A fireman is the groom, so to the bottom of tho deep water there; hoiL-e- s should not be turned into it. un sweetwater. It is rniSl tha glncosu surmounted bv four fohls. which extend milk,-antpeak, of the "iron horse." He must, and on top of it came tumbling down less the minimum volume of the natm al the density of the watered t, to which forms imparts a sweetness. --We. suppose a a largo triple morn'ng or evening-- have the engine all the other ears. For a moment fol- flow m the driest seasons is large enough panel on the left side. The drapery polihHl, "fired up,M and ready for his lowing the crash thoro v as an almost to keep the channel thoroughly scoured. enough milk is left in tho compound to of tho dross is extroniely bouffant at are superior, the engineer, to steo'into the complete silence: then agonizing There have a irood manv small inwnt color it, aad perhaps a Hula manure is the back and is drawn up on the Ml vv hich f EUWC ars gotten a'cng with- - added to give it a cow y tatte, so us to cab and start off. Usuall v the ensrineer 1 screams and pra-erfcries for help out sew does nyt make his appearance till tho from the imnrisonnd Tinefnrnra remind the drinkvr of milk. "Wall, side in irregular fashion to displav the arth'd through the well, as tho bartarsuys next" Ameri- box at the sid. A stv IWh litt'e house AYe .who were not disabled" did .vrhnt nil . a . I ta atthvbwk basque with three 1 ii , can Dairyman. l.L . fa. jy- BeUveerr the engineer andffircmattreT tWeICOUtiSH&rhelReve&re-e- n Vlii&tJ4 , - n ..- .t cuasm, out two oi r, g Ml' II WiHM generally exists an and run into me W.t ,ll tneni iewers for i u?XT11rvr-s!mtwremoving household wastes " sort of friendship, though I have burned on the track, along with a nummai Milk' tn'Wfulcr! Crcamfug; au uio sioes cos; iQUIij',rcHRQs known cases where the two men de- ber of freight cars. Twenty-on- e . , of the j.uv uidv tujui.ic is io vu lit 1 1' covJ. 'rr- " . -' .ci naiuisumu nq.ueiuvyosappjure ered streams to sive the epers. of Now that cold weather is upon us, tested each other. passengers were killed outright, and a bluo (ork'-crooloth. iSadeSvltbr'S? constructing a few hundred loot of milk from which buttor is made will WUn I bogan to fire under "Doc" still greater number were injured. b.otdthof whit mil tar. elvbin Simmons, I scarcely knew enough to As we worked there in tho noise, Sewer. They should bo very careful need special attention and care. It is nlaiu of the skirt, which is bri in build a good fire in "a cook stove, and heat, and awful confusion of that night, how they proceed. It is better to spt nd customary with many .farm dairies to front could not have found a quarter of the I cast many an anxious glance round a little mora monpy ami Le afe, than to have trouble with thoir cream at this clusters of golden soutache The back oil ccps. I must have been a trial to for Doc, hoping and half expecting that economize in first cost and pund ten reason of the year. lb has Hecks in lt,- - aim sine breadths oi the ire-f- aro him tho first "week or two. But ho he had. got clear and would be at work times tho saving in doctor s fees ami un- or it don t churn well, or tljccream finished with a narrow plaiting on the rises imperfectly and doos .not tsto edge and draped at the sides and back never gave me a sharp word, though with us, ming to get out the passen- dertaker's bills. Sanitarg Knqinetr. right; is too bitter, too sour, too strong, with full bouffant breadths The jacket he often had to tell me things over and gers. But I saw nothing of him, and tastes bad or biuelU bad, or is'olT' of the dre-- is finished with a Breton over again. by daybreak I felt sure that he had Arnbl's Opinion or the MaliUI. vest of white military cloth braided 'in some way. The treatment "Uoa" as the railway men all called gone dbwn with his engine. will remedv the gVoatost number of do- - with gold youtache. A high ollicer's him was a superior engineer.' He The Constantinople correspondent of The locomotive knew every pound of metal in a loco- out of tho water was not hauled up the Aforrttng Port states that he has had fcct m winter milk is scalding it ThisH collar of white cloth braided with gold, till tho next week. and a tiny cuff'extending from under motive; just where it lay, and how Then we found, his body 'of talking at semo will- make the cream rise nuiekor and-- "the sleeve, finishes jammed down the opportunitygentleman the barque, which is clutru, piicker, and have more flavor much it was good for. He was one of under the engine on length with a recently arthe thoie men who seem to feel just what creek. His hands, face andbed of the rived from Ceylon and who during tho and oolor. Tho, way to scald it, if no fastened ou either side to the vcot by a clothes had special preparation mado for row of small tailor's buttons in sapthere 13 in a.locomotive the moment he been scorched; but- whether ho was last few mouths had many and contindoing it. is to place a pan or kettle of phire blue. Ar long paletot accomtakes hold of the levers and starts up. uous opportunities of seeing and conto'dqatb, wo could He wasagdodyiearted fellow and al- drowned or burned ferring with Arabi Pasha; This gontle-ma- n water on the cook stove, and let it heat panies this costume when chosen for a not tell. ways had a plea-asaid: "The victory of the Mnhdi toboiling. Place tho warm milk, as carriage or calling dress. This paletot word, or a joke, He all alcjs the., line;, and itjs generally gone had met death at his post of duty; would cause no suqirise whatever to soon a3 it ha'S"ren"str3inetU in a tin --is. of sapphire blue cloth, ami finished out the case that such men do not fail the the lever; of .the world with his hand on Arabi Pasha, who over and over again vessel, and set this vessel in the water wuti double rows oi Anca chinchilla giving his own life the down the front and a collar and culls company, or tho public, t a critical lives of otners might be saved that man repeated to nio that his inrafence was nnddet it remain till the milk is a To determine when it is hot of the same fur. The wrap is fastened moment. very great, and that Eng'and ought to of whom 1 went home atfd cried like a "baby" YouUi's any people may be proud. be prepared to see him mnrh some day enough, a.ihopmometer ib very wmyou-ien- t. together only as far as the waist, where Companion. ,. The milk mav be taken" off vvhon it falls apart to display the braided the day yDou'" or other on Cairo. Arabi I'asim told If it had been my own father, I could not have my friend that nothing had struck him it is up to 45 . If r. thermometer ia tablier of tbo dress. Natural and Acquired Fertility. felt naif as badly. I actually wished as thq complete ignorance of not at hand, h'oat till ft.wrinkles form rThc mtst legant costumes mado that 1 bad gone to tho bottom of the! A" soil which is naturally fertile ia Europeans as to the power of Moham- thicTkly ou top of the milk, and flit over by tailors for carriage or reception the Surface rapidly. Then set it away wear are of heavy silk velvet with nvc r with him.- It was the night of tho much more valuable to the farmer than, medanism. call What Europeans were while hot in pans for tho cream to rise, IptisHs ol satin set in various parts of Cth of February, and fearfully cold. pleased to fanaticism was a spirit We had "No. 1171' then, and took out one wfiicb i fertile only bv the help of of and devotion comb ncd whWi it will do quickly; but it will ba the costume. A magnificent dress or manure. The natural fertility of the with courage d velvet, recently made by the Pacific Express, as it was 'called, soil, comparatively and organization, which much thinner thuu cfeam from speaking, is a per- must make Europe tremble. It was milk, bnt it will, nevertheless, a tailor for a lady prominent in society, from New .York City, up the liuo to manent only be inmake more buttertbnn the thicker coat, has a hkirt without drapery, which "is Albany It was a bitter night, and the jured byquality, and can of and the continuance an exhaust- - that sentiment, had not his- personal am- as well as churn easier. To facilitate perfectly plain in front and at the sides, bition, which line was frosty and slippery, The cy- I ive system of cropping made him in the for a long time. space of a few weeks master of churning in winter, skim early, keep w niic the back breadths are held in press wasraltvays a heavy train. That lertuuy is cjuuo a uiuereni situation in Egypt. His name had the the cream well stirred, so it sball all three heavy Two very nartlfrec biggageUnd evpres night we had bemattei; it is due to the cars and eight passenger coaches; and of manurial ingredients in accumulation come popular all oTer the Mohamme- have tho same temperature and get the row plaitinn-s- one of wine color and the soll.vv hich dan vvqnd, and same airing, and churn often. To ono of pale Slue satin, edge the skirt at we werejate out of New York to begin may be reduced or, entirely withdrawn Pasha showed as a proof of this Arabi keep the flavor of winter butter pure, the bottom. The corsage of the dress - tliink my Inend piles of uith about hft0erriminutes, Iby cro'piiing in a short time. which during his exile in Ceylon see that it takes no scent from victuals is a basque, which is laid in three holbuch .,, . is always ueiuwrai-- 1 r t. . over the tournure. dowu izing to taUroatl. It is much- liatdfirl, rf:1-?"6croPP,inS. w,in" manu r; had been filled by the most influential cooking on tho kitchen stove, or from low 4 Ul personages in India, who still conthiuo grease or other niattor slopping over the center of which folds of pale blue to make time; all metal works bad; and ,"available fertility in everyui soil. A going to Ceylon as on a pilgrimage, to ami burning on tho stovo. Cream, satin are. set. Tho waist is turned back though the fire appears toburn brighter, .o however, which is soon exhausted comer with the promoter of the Egyp- while rising, will absorb all such odors, nt the neck in a small lapel collar, it take? more coal to make steam. The. soil, onp sort of crop may still contain tian rebellion and writo their names and carry them into the butter. Na- which displays a pointed vest of bluo train seems to hang to the line. Then, for satin, finished high at the throat with n too, the cutting, Mind is,enough tofreez$ an abundant food supply for a crop oi sad words expressing hope in tho tional Live Slook Journal, another kind. Hence tile wisdom of a speedy triumph in books which are purmilitary collar. A pale blue satin cuQ the marrow in a man's bones. finishes the sleeve. A tifjht paletot is It mightHiave been mostlv fancv on rotationofof crops which long defers the posely kept in the house occupioa by Improved Dairying. exhaustion. worn in the carriage with this hand-tom- e Arabi. my part, "but I thought "Doc" had au period Ever since his arrival This stylish itie. more available substances are,4 iD Ceylon Arabi Pasha expressed the reception dress. "Improved dairying" is now the odd look in Tils face that night, as ho got' into tho cab. He was more serious of course, tho first to become exhausted: opinion that tho Mahdi would triumph, manner of expressing the idea of butter garment extends to within nine inches than usual; for wo both knew that we a poor soil will wear out sooner thau t as he knew better than Europeans ap- and cheese without r. particle of genuine of the bottom of the skirt Heavy are get on each hip, down the had a bartCrun beforo us, and a cold rich one; a shallow one becomes ex- peared to do the spirit of the popula- cow product in it, excepting tho sour milk, which gives tho fraudulent arti- center otTijvii a fold of palo blue satin one. Both of us were muffled up in fur hausted sooner than a deep one, and a tions, whose dread of being overpowlight Soil sooner than a stiff one. ered by Christian nations is indescrifaa- - cle a very unobjectionable semblance is jct. Tworows of Russian sable trim caps anil old overcoats. All soils have more or less store oi Ke.T rail-Ma- ll UarMtc. real one. A circular which has either side of the front, which is fast"Shovo in the coal, Nick, and shake been circulated largely among farmers ened as far as the waist by five Hunplantfoodma dormant condition caher down smart. We want every ounce by mail, and addressed to butter makers garian knots of heavy cord. Cuffs and ofsteam tonight,;' says Doc. "Fifteen pable of gradual development. As The Thirsty Eucalyptus. sable finish the neck especially, has reached the writer. It collars minutes behind and "eleven cans, on! cropping removes availably plant-foo- d Those sleepinglcDaches are as heavy as the soil it is replaced more or less Where there is surplus moisture to is to the effect that by a peculiar process and fdeeves. The wrap is lined throughfdisnose a whole block, too. I'm glad this is a rapidly by the agencies of the weather, K- - . of as. i for examnle.' a cessmol a very tine article of'lard and oleomar- out with pale blue satin and is left open ... S. .7. double-trac- k to give lino and all clear ahead.'r the action of earth worms, etc. The jo Keep uijr, ;i laic uucaiypius win ac- garine oils is being made. These, it Is at the back to the waist-lin-e complish not a little, and a group of said, are largely used in making room for the bouffant tournure of tho is Wo pulled out, and from thevway processes of natural Doc handled her, I knew that he meant greatly accelerated by artificial means. them will uisposc of a vast amount of and are also coming into exten- dress. Some dark velvet costumes are But if vou have vv ator sive use by butter makers. Requests slashed in front and at tlie sides, and to pick up that fifteen minutes, if it was such as; tillage, drainage and the appliplaitings pt satin in delicate contrastin tho old machine to do it. I suppose cation of manures. With a judicious (which vou do not wish to exhaust, as in for samples and prices arc solicited. wo made thirty-liv- e miles an hourF per- system of rotation of crops and fertil- a good well, it would bo wise to put the This is merely a single straw vv hich ing colors are set in. Ladies of reined uso'cloth dresses exclusively on Daniel shows how this voluminous current of izing,! tlie active fertility jn thesoilmay, eucalyptus very far away. haps forty, on the level stretches. On we went, reeling off tho dark, be made toreproduee itself year after Sweet, of Bay Island farm, Almcda adulteration is flowing over the dairy the promenade and confine their velvet costumes to carriage wear- .- N. Y. Mail bleak miles, with the sharp wind cut- year, jnstcaa or .becoming exhausted, County, recently fount' n curious root ueiy.. j.jiere are uunurcus ot- other tJoo often , formation of the eucalyptus in tho botafter a long peting into the cab, till near New Ham- as is "Dairy Companies" the fraudu- and Express.'' about sixteen feet be lent title which is assumed by these , tom of his well, burg station, where the line then crossed riod of inisraanage'ment. . Mr. Lawes, of Iiothamsted, England, low t)ie surface. The trees to which the makers of lard and tallow oils and oach Christino Sllsson's First Aapcarance. Wappinger Creek on a. trestle-bridg- e . t.TTroots belong stand fifty feet from the is pouring out thousands of pounds of fit which had a 'dfaw" in it. Itwaia gives 1 Al pumiu me r'suius oi an iu iiiu to think that tho tlraw would comfort extending through twelve well. Two shoots pierced through the these products daily. A large proporDid yon know that Christine Nilsson certainly not be open on such a night, years. The two crops grown cachyeat brick wall of the well, and, -sending off tion of them finds sale among farmers, made her first public appearance at the a- dense mat asv.en as cucese lactones and cream- American Chapel in Paris? We had a for thq cjceck ws frozeu up, and that were wneat. 4.uq sous wero snnilai millions of fibers, formed there would be jao delay there. and in the same Held, tho managemeul that coapletoly covered thebottom of eries, and thus demoralizes the men as number ot line singers in the choir at viol oi muse uoers are no well as the dairy business. Aud vet that timct Mrs. Riggs being among Ah, if it were only permitted to train- tue same m so tar as cmture was con the wen. men to.'know just what is ahead on the cerne3,sand the seed used thoiame.1 larger than threads, and are so woven there seems to be no help for it, except- them. This was while we were livm-ias to tracks on tbeso black, bitter nights! rr Paris during the ear inooniy cniiorence wa3 mat in oatj and intertwisted strong form a mat as ing in the virtue of dairymen and butter as though reg- makers, who by using these oils prac- and when Christine ywas of 'tfl and '6'V .head-ligimpenetrable and case natures had been unassisted by ma3 Sutwe can onljco what the woven in a loom. The mat when tice adulteration, lose their own virtue girl and used to pass hera young school shows its; and oiten tho signals Eeem nuro, anddn ihe other the soil eack' ularly monthly holiand help, as far as days, which lasted from Mondav till strangely obscure in fog or in tu'c driv- year Received the fertilizers which were" first taken out of the well was water-- and Foaked and covered with mud, and they can, to destroy the legitimate busi- Friday, at our house. ing raiuaxid anpvv. found suitable to tho crop? One day I One ef thesealways jiossible "breaks," The result of the latter treatment was a nearly all a man could lift, but when ness of other dairymen. !& 1". Times. heard that one of the sopranos of tho which may no&cuc fpr years, but are return of threli'time&the weight of rraiL dry it was neany as sou to toucn as chapel choir had been taken ill and so The growth of palmca and Spanish I went for Christine and induced herto yet constantlywiablo to happen, had and fotir times thejvveight of straw, fof wool, and weighed only a few onuces. occurred thai night. One of tho South- ,yi "expenditure of manure- - which leftT This is a good ulustration of how tho dagger near El Paso, Tex., is rapidly take and while we walked bound1 night freight trains, runuipg iiiuub ui iwirci vcui. uu llH COSU iT. eucalyptus absoros moisture, its roots increasing. These plants are the pros- along the Champs Elvsee I taught her x " down to New York, broko an axle ard Y.WirM. woinr so lar to iiuu water, pusnmg pective sources of joap aud paper mantho English words of the hymn she was themselves through a brick wall, and ufactories.- Chieafjo Times. gojt ono of its middle cars off the rails, to sing. This was some two vears beA profesionii icroale beggar wl then developiEr enormously after the before reaching the bridget How far fore she made her debut and' so took A one hundred-year-ol- d carriage, in the. public by storm by her Singing of State with a eliiU ivater is reached. Mr. Sweet thinks ono they dfagg(l the car in that condition h&3 travelefd'Ovtrr-th, PrQsidentt-.Mqnroo'onco rode no one knows; for it vr&s so cold that and monkey Kks setlli-driSan Anionic of tho causes of- tho drying up of wells which the "Magic Flute1 that the manager at thirst of tHeso vegetable went for S7.25ataVefgennes (Vt.) at.0 once made a three years' engagement tba eoaduotor &ad all the brakemtn A3SM, WHO 96,UW Itt C9SU SV Waj m la tho insatiable ion the other day. .Pscffc Rural frets. inoBStorsi JwWwl in Uj9 safety with Jtnr.Cfer. if. World in. j 4ti:turcci SKirniTHI -- bile I eit by und smoke, and think? 3Iy frails JVho askVroo Vrery day for money, VFith coantenance deinnre and funny. And calls ma"pretty boy" and "honey?" 3Iy little woman. TVbo runi this hou" both night and day, And ovcrJn Merts her sway ; wno s bo? o this hanty, auywar? v Vho mnrXs my clothes with India In'c And darns my stocVInsrs quik as a wink, But they found it out afcr a time, and slowed down just as tho train got on to the bridge. At they came to a o or three other cars jumped iue uacK; aiju one 01 tnese, an witi a long tank on it, broko its couplings and was shoved over on to the upline bl track our line where it stood sidewiso- across the rails - ' I", f The accident made great confusion with tho men on tho freight; bnt they claimed that they got out theirVignal-lantern- s as soon as ;hey could, and that it wasnot a minute before Wo canio stand-siill.ttwoil-ca- r, - I T7U ASI CHURCH. ' THE D.vmr. .uPttheinselves, and then they town, and its banks hecome &.ufupon, the easiest way of getting ")f Tilth and house wastes is to tnrow aej into the stream. Every man's impulse is to get ud oT what MIysJrini. and not to mind how his neiibor will be affected. After awhile, '')) tho water-cours-e has become suf- nasty, tho people cpme to a ,. of what thoy have brought w a natural water-conrs- e trav-rrs- A I"' tryto Ten pounds of milk are rejbirpd. on an average, for one pound of che sj As 5,000 pouuds of milk is the estimate for a profitable cow for a year, she fahould, therefore, produce 500 pounds of chcese annnslly. ' By setting milk in deep cans placed in cold water, tho fat, or cream, oun bo removed beforo any decomposition occur. When we relleot that in butter raakiug onlv fat is romoved from the milk, it will appoar reasonable that skim milk, p oporly mauagod, should possess a hign value for fcedin" pur- Mlor Sulf. Fine English llgonal and corkscrew-goodare used Uug scason m the a lority of cloth uits. English cloths dyed carefully H the wool are preferred by tailorsjfer those costumes, as KciT thQ-ppjd Dreams and Their Interpretation. The Act oi Gettlnr; TSIemW of ;geUS Cn, SCIIODl s "HjUtojakcs waste." Amerstory ican goods bem io bo rustv soon after wear. Stylish chestnut brown, dark dahlia reds. wineTcolor, navy blue and darkbottle grecnffiro theiavoritecolora chosen for clotaJuits. k Soutache brajH trimmings are experience has sfeoWn that no American cloth dyed by processes in use in this co untry-vrjf- l retain its color as long as importcigoods. It is tho old $ rkms sc-.v- .'i;i?i -. -- .facultvof YlRion.itMr? was over Everybody in Jura beliivos in dreams. "There Was dreams," said an old man to mo one day, "from the beginning of the world, and there will ibo dreams till tho end of it." When I hinted that then? wore drpams enough, but very little meaning to them, he askod: "Havo yqtt no mind of Pharaoh and his dream about tho seven fat cattle and the seven. loan ones? There is dreams, of course, that has no meaning, but there is plenty of meaning to dreams when you look into them right." It Is a significant proof of this faith Jn dreams that nobody in Jura ever speaks of what they have "dreamed," but solclv of what they "saw in the .night." They spoak of dreams as thougn thev believed men to bo ondowed during sleep with a higher U JfiCeHUhera1fftbcrwakinhguts. i. The missionaries of India insist that a native woman is converted to syiUun Christianity the native cerned depends vrj ana perseverance. V,l 'f." .aomeiv cient xor ner ciotniqg. garb "snot suffi about t he tipaa wvi iwwe neeis, , ThT. In An'iU which ha? a good dc! Qtmfe in it i ... xiias. z.iL'rry.'H srw.... 13 uuw ou n miuio in vieve ctpn, l" knoft- how manKirenjea lou v. lor tho LOiverMtv wita nfc- It i t muaweigh ton tons and measure iortv?-4i.. : t. ncf,?n.,:A. i v li.- l. t will iu" a uuMUir, iui iwwwwg uuuii. fivo feet four infih'js at tho. base. will re thinks of ovcrytbiog vyfcich quirethe spices tho sugatho but- ClivelavA Leader. A ".soapuubble" competition w ter, the pans, the salt, sundries and arrange? theejiH onii3 tho latent method of raising money at table id an orderly inaSBCT wforc she church fairs. . Tefi cents is the entrance begin her mixing ancfjnodMfag. An- fee, and the erspn making the most other has her hands ia thjMfcugh and bubbles in five minutes gets tho prize!'.' Cliicago Trihu;,. , remembers that she has, not adjusted Tha Harvth-- University SKjrrlccs the oven dampers properlyf nd that tho lard is in the ccllarandifee apples oa Sunday aro nowtfelu in tho evening, aro .in tho barrel and fJte mifc. is in tho and minlsJjDrs .of tfifff ropjldenQminar i when things I suppose .thaeart done, so far aslonVfs.JtfrsojMy con. i ; j . --- 1.1 - "iu nXmt. rt . Jrfll ft' , ? A ,?eve,o "" : ice-box- .. .Qthod-i- s obliged tUfe9'i-J- l no zen tiona proaeh. n hand-brake- s. Jri - - thinin fun.-tion- s everything I did seo in tho night?" an swered a man indignatitly when somebody pressed him to tell what ho hail been dreaming about. It would make a long catalogue toattompt to tell all tho nioaning? the people of Jura ascribe to dreams, but I will give a fow examples. To dream on Sumlay night menus that, if tho dream have a'nv meaning at all, thcro will be proof of its meaning bo-fo- I ro j ! look-iog-ahea- d, r'e fivtithtt-uioiithlwyie- Id aer-cours- eheronre --- -- i !"" Its-bank- s ... .,seven-(iound- v lt-f- bov-plai- t, . y, d box-plait- s, basket-braide- . . - r- a"hn .. o 1 four-butto- n nre-bo- n. re-tsi- ns , box-plai- MlLorjnnefjgiththeitraic easy-goin- i ssmmmmi -- bo-pl- 'M.. Monday is passed. Tho interpretation of most dreams goes by nnalogy. Before the failure of the We-'tcBatik of Glnsgow in 1857 the late Laird of Jura is Hzld to havo dreamt ho was bltteu in the leg by a dog. Ho spokc of this dream at the time and a few days later tho news ql his losses by the bank's failure arrived. A Jura woman dreamt that sho saw two moons in the sky at the same time. "I was told;" said "she. "that this meant that a new Laird was coming, and sure anmifrh flwt l.nii-r- l l'rt lnl rlwi.l L.rr. after." Malcolm McLean, one of the watchmen of tho Laird's deer, was in danger at one time of losing his place Ho dreamt three dreams That he was drowning and tangled in seaweed, but his hands reached a rock and he was saved; that ho lost his stick but found a new ole of oak; that a number of cats had jeized hold of his hand by tooth and claw, but he shook thom oil and on looking at his hand ?nw not even a scratch. "From all this." said Malcolm, "I took co'iragc, for I knew I wonld come out all right in the cud, and so I did." Other dreams go by contraries. One morning Sandy Lindsay came to me and said he saw-- in the night a stearaor passing and heard music and saw great dancing on the dock, and he asked me what it meant. About a week lator word came that his grandfather's sister had died and her ody was on its way back to Islay. "Well," Paid Sandv, "I knew it was not a good thing to see so much reioicing. In like manner, o see a wedding is a s'gn of a funeral, and to s.ee a funeral is a sign of a birth, and if it is possible to make out whose funeral it is, the birth will bo in the same family. under her The people of Jura are not thembo-tselves conscious of any analogy J& n their dreams and the mean'nir rf.tt.i b rn w uvi iiruorij inuiiu. Leavinsr cookinrr and tumin!r o other kinds of work, ve all know women who sometimes free the bottom ot tnc mending oasKct. and occasion- ally cai announce that the family sew- mgfor one while is accomplished aad out of the way. I speak less confident- ly about the sewing problem than any other, because it doo3 seem as though a mother's work with the needle is al most endless, let her plan as carefully as she may. Little kneos go through the stockings and the trousers po soon, littlo dresses are so often caught on pro;octing nails, and little people grdw so quiekly out of everything, that the mother, even when well scomlod by a good seamstress, and aided by the flying machine, has still her han'ds full." Tho art of getting things done by other people is quite distinct from. much more difficult and necessarily much more of a fine art." than that o'f ' doiu '"IPS3 onc's 6(,lf- Anybody may learn it would secra. Evidently, withoutit, it is useless to attempt directing others. Theio arc mothers whoso childron bocome the most charming little helpers from a very early age. One such I happen to think of no'w. Her very babies seem to cry when it is most convenient to fly to them, and to sleep just when it is easy to let them lie in the crib. Once when I was vsiting her, I noticed seven little nails in the closet, graduated precisely so that seven email pairs of hands could reach them to hang up hoods and cloaks. All the children wore taught to wait on themsplves, and put away their things whon done with them toys, books, etc., as well as clothing. Dolicate health, limited menus and a large family this mother has bad, but she has nove'r let the poetry of Lfc be blotted out by its prose, has kept up her music, has'fminu time to read the be;t books, and is the efficient secretary of a missionary society, as well as the advisor and friend of a number of poor people, and all because she understands the art of getting things done b,tbJiby herself and others j- - prayorc are limUcnutwehoVrfithutciJ ti lorf t noaerjia-;nriJM-iaaV'l'iuau uas iiovuivv ih mts v.iy of a Gospel ship, called the 'Gldd' Tid ings, it is m command ot Captain iiurbv. his wife, son and two daughtors, it makes tnnUhrouerb the JNortb- era lakes, and xo'igious cervices . art a T4iJ jr l5ilv ntfrniug' r.l conducted by tho family. Chitago AW? . . The General Missionary Committee, af thcMethodist Episcopal Church re- entlv held its annual sewioi in New York Cfty. The treasurer acknowledged receipts, for the yec ending October 31 amounting 5751,46?. 90; "an increase over the preceding war t)f 59,R1H-- . Tho successive increase of their receipts yeanhftor vonr s.howss the increase of the, true missionary spirit in the church. For the laft four vears the receipts have been 2,8H6,l0.yi, tho net increasel ve,ar by ear amounting to a total of $199,610.60. .V. Y J ' ' Times. A little bov wont lntol U' sahoOl for the first time, and on Ids retm-- admitted that he bad enjoyed himself, but doclared vehemently th'at he should uot go again. He seemed full of real terror, and his mother judiciously waived the question until (bo soothing; and confidential hour of bed timeL when she t" It v. u i v ji,.j ,c -- ,.,""-iiiice- r. t- 1 t3& . - '- J-- 'fllpar."lhtMV0Vc.'tflMUOT2M!r' intnr jSMi . -Si ' ' f i jT T ijobm ox urcunju-w-en- r wariy an 1opgjat , even hough. ally worko out by analog)-7- arrWpjeff.gfgraqifreiatiow ....sham"CABlni,JflJh.eXr !.. IU. mWSfiSMffi .1" PitJ- - law lftfcT"&. ir; aVti - r?, tf"i,an T - out that the toAober had, informed him that he propood tff "put an idea into his hoad" the next morning. Tlie word "idea" was one he had never beforo heard, and he probably fancied it to be some new and formidable kind of edge tool as indeed it is. De'roit'Pott. The following information about in tho given inr colleges is Now York Indfpm'lont: Harvard College wasnaAied after John Harvard, who, 770 lefttrt the coll-g- e and a library of over 800 books;.. Williams Colieg wis named aftc Cqloncl Ephraim Williams, a soldier of the old French War; Dartmonth College was named after Lord Dartmouth, who subscribed a Krge amount and was President of the first Board of Trustees; Brown University received its name from Nicholas Brow n, who was a graduate of the college, went into business, bei'am1 verv wealthy and endowed the college verv lar Bowdoin College nnmml ftt (Zrwnirr Xfx?tfn rf wa "i. -r iAfc. L.i" jtjiviuwv 4Jviit4uiiti vfc r ti3;fctgui.-- oxtracted - the explanation. It 'came u ial6. 1 -- -- .,,,z' uit ic-uv . .ii''Ci-9mmt- iv &2 wO B KjW0Wr"roT nJrr-n- I I i s - has-be- en - nt ca!d-ing'h- ot was-kille- was onco told by a mnn in Colonsay that ho faw Neil leaving the bvrc and receiving a cow from the master ho was 'There was nobody-wathen serving, then," said Keil, 'that thiiikintr of marn ingbut four years latcrjv-heI was working at the hame place, I look a wife away with mo from that very house" To tee a man drunk is a sign that he will b&afllictcd citbor'with. illness or w ith mental trouble. Alfred. A. 'Wheeler, in San Francisco Examiner- s n too vague to the analogy is bo nny longer easily detected Thus, to a ream ot seeing a net ot eggs is a sign of being about to have a quarrel To see a vessel, espe- with somebodv ciany a .steamer, pawing over land, is a sign of death. To dream that you hav e lost the solo of your boot mean, that you will lose your sweethoart. To seo a house wun no root on it is a sign of death. To dream you get a cow from anybody is a sign you will get a wfle from the snme place NeilDarroch i V- iye Mr.v.wutiiw - The Willing Witntss. '. witnesses m court oiten complain that counsel will not lot them questions in their own way. The fol lowing reply, in the exact words used by a witnc8 on the stand in court yesterday, will show that he had no such cause for complaint: Coimtcl "Now, Elder, state whether you performed the j marriage ceremony between these parties, and if where?" Witness "Well, I was down in my field digging potatoes, and my daughter came down whore I was at work and said there was a gentlemen and lady at the house who wanted to 6ec me We had Rome word somehow or other that they were coming. Just then I heard a ra'd j of cattle that come on to mc, and I told tho girl she must stay 'there until I come back and that I would not be long. I went up to the house and they were there. Meiinda. ns he called her, introduced Mr. Hutching to mc, and I received him with the common courtesies, and a few words parsed between us, ns there naturally would be, and then he took his certificate out of his pocket and told mc his business. As I was in a hurry and wished to get back as soon as I could, we had but little conversation. I talked with the woman, as I was acquainted with her, but had not seen her since her first husband died; but as I had promised to go back into the field in a short time I did riot tarry there long." Here the witne paused and looked at the counsel as though he considered the question "Well, did you marry theni?" Witness "Yes. ' Banjor (Me. ) Commercial. g person was standing around the steps of the Parker House, Boston, for a long time recently, and finally one of the coachmen who congregate there approached aud asked him if he wanted anything. "No." eaid the person interrogated. "1 was je-- t sorter lookin' over, them 'ere kerridges. I read a lot in the paper down ter hum nbaou. the 'politikle hacks' you had up here ter Boston, an' I was kinder lookin' arcound to see if I couldn't see some on e'm." Botlon Transcript J 1 self-eacrili- cd wine-colore- -- jvv,-iuic- bov-plait- s. , I , com-wcath- er ., vol-uai- es - ? box-plait- "'ui;!'u" w. s' : box-plai- ts .of-tli- e " but-terin- e. Bousc-sewerag- e. ta-st- e - so-call- the-case- A verdant-lookin- ob-bcrv- ed T T . . -- .. ht self-respec- t, hen-plac- e, i e n - m !?M .", h England spends six times as much money for wars actual and possible as she does for education. France spends, fifteen times as much, and Russia eighty times an much. Even this country, where thetirmy is upon a footing of the least possible proportion, and the navy is scarcely worthy of tho name, much more is'npent upon them than upon th? yubllg -- tfjool!fV J, Jhralds Jat1 this ero A ltdv and gentleman ace'dentally im Ox alyTmVlfreiWtJund it doan touched each other's foot under tho wTEr a tit" said he. table "Secret telegra-Jir,- " I bought it ttrhurv rav brother in "Communion of soles," 6aid she. "the eircum- Perhans vdn remenfber who has Mother (to a atanco?'' sat very still for five minuter) '"What "U.xactly mit der greatest pleasure. thinking of, Georgie ?" Vhell, did vou dig him oop und take off are you "O! Goorgie 'bout old times, I di'S. der clothe"?" Chicago Tribune. "No sir! My brother lay in a trance , . ; for four days and then came to life and ing Mrs. Frenche hoard a terrible pound. on the stove,-pipthe other, day,,and ' j is now perfectly well." J to know what was "Vot ghame to act like dot Und called to her i the matter 'Tm only getting out ray so ho doan' vhant der elo.thes?" wintqr soot," he replied, grayely. ' ? "No; they are too smalLfor him. "Overcoats arc vvorju. long,l' reBeing as he never woro them we thought you might take the suit baci and return marks a fashionable oracle. Thea editors" are in too" style, ior they tan wear the money" .... .A,lf"l the same overcoat lorHfafo.iryuaijiV tlt1,,t ..I.r, M.l t ilonger--p:- 2 and sometime?, pitjtt1tyrT j "Why?" "Vhell, dot vhas not only against all rick. . , ' iV.n euiior oi a paper in a i eunyi-vani- a dermics of commerce, butj'ion a practown has- resigned his position tice would bust a peesness all oop.' . . "I paid you fifteen dolIars;(ean't you and gone to peddling fish. Ilecaanpvvr blow his own horn without leaving t& give me twelve?" ask leave of anybody. Burlifigton "Ompossible." , . I5' Press. "Sav ton." ' "My" frendt, you doan,,k.,ow how dis When a wild Western editor ad- - ' Olothmg peesness vhas.siou bought vises the girls not to chew gum, but to have a little gunishun about them.' tho dot suit eight weeks ur'J ..j uh, art of punning reaches a point wher it after dot dere becomes useful a well as ornamental. ' ' Eujfalo Express.' vhas an awful decline inwool. Next comes big failures' in Rqchrister ornithologist Hay diftonisn-., An und New York. On top'6f dot I sell that to have an appetite proportional ,$o? oudt to my brudder. Dontniy bruddcr that of a robin a map w ouldjiav e to do- assigns to my wife. Deac cotton goes vour daily a btring of satiiges en jo;v7, limi mv vife assims to me. feet long and nine 'iuehe? iif Shiifct .now dqr clothing jnarkct vims " Make a of himself, shaky, ond only an hour )io 1 gif my in fact Boston Courier. bruddcr a shattel mortgage to secure a John Burroughs calls Herbert . loan of $300." Spencer "the intellectual clearing "Say eight dollars for the suit." house" of tho nineteenth century. It "I couldn't do it. If you like to is a beautiful idea. By another evoluofercoat tion, he might be called' the nund's leaf it und take a I shut my eyes so dot I doan' sec you produce exchange, or tho "belicli how take it away und haf to tell my bruddcr of thought Chicago JnCcr Ccear dot we doan make enough proht to pay The, man ,who wa obscjry'itdpOn our gas bills. State Street this mbrriipg with' a 'three-ceTil never do that neVer!" ear; endeavbfmg stamp on "Vhell, dbt vhas for yon to say. If to climb into ahis leftbox "and clamor-- . letter vour brudder vhas a maa he dies vhen ing. for them to fesh on their poh- his time comes und not make all dis he wash o drunk ..hTe;r; confusion. I doan' keep sthore for offices 'cosh them, is believed, to holt! couldnt go to men to go into tnutces unci como to the theory that the office should suck life. Good-byI Tike to oblige, but the man and not the Than the office. peesness vhas too shaky." Detroit Free Chicago Tribune. . ' Frcss. It will be nrettv hard to convince some persons that the world is growing, Woman at a Horse Show. better wLcn they are informed that the "The women, bless their little dolls brought out this year sing- - "Wait hearts," said Mr. Drew, of the Van till the Clouds Roll by, Jennie.' A Ness House "tho women can be just Wpstern mob of masked men are iiow a trade as the men. One on their way East looking for tlie in-- ! ! as sharp-iwinter 1 went up to- Kichford to buy a venror of tbTis doll. They want to rea-? fntl horse. 1 found it all right, but at the son with him before he invents a doll " time, I was making a trade with tho that will cYv for paregoric at midnight ' ? ' man who owned it(his wife kept raising Norrislown Herald. an avyful fuss'abont selling it at the figure I offered. If the horse was sold. she Cigar. Don't Lend said, how would the poor children get to The Pittsburgh Dvpalch says thata school, she would like to know; they wouldn't have thehorce to carry them, man of letters was smoking and chatand it was too iar to walk. Finally, ting with a physician pn :r,Hudon however, wo niade a trade, and I River fern boat when a strangerstepned Iignt hitched the horse into the slefgn, but tm aim asked for areplied' "Let me the jnanlof vnit a match." the horse wouldn't start. I touched fetters, adding, after his petitioner had, , H him with the whip, but ho merely turned inquiring gare withdrawn: "I don't know how you around and fixed I my upon mq. I toughed him again with feel about it, doctor, .bnt foeend of my put the result.,. .Then I hit him a lit- very much dislike tomoutr""-an:the same it has back into my tle harder, and what do youthinkhe cigar fingered bv Tom, DIck'aad Harry." He jumped several feet into the: been did? matches with meand air. I thought I was going up in a bal I- always carry to tbem in- -, loon. And when he struck the ground make it a point oJor one ofyou are, ' "And quite right a regular MaudS. gait btead." he started off at The fact was, you see, that horsii had said the doctor. "I believe that some4i bo convoyed diseases never been hitched single before in his of the worst to anothercan through the cos- -' bv ono man life. And there was that woman taking borrowed on so about selling him because tho tact of his fingers with i I personally' know of n ease to walk to school! cigar. children would have Burhniilon where varioloid was transmitted 'by she- - was a sharp one." 0, bill, and I firmly means of a t VI.) FreePres tjivlfklrt:.! r nl 4lil,irrd muni. ?Ai:....i TJie Bostonfc Albany, Rrnirodj worse can pass from a mari'a hngera J..l ft'eigwind thenar into vhcsniokex- amnanv uses'Sve. loas 6f passengrr IlW y oV .tivo-year-o- ld, ' zm izz tn t BBWaMaMMlHWMaW,".. ""3f tJSr "" rCSGEXT PARAGRAPHS. ifei lm-ba- nd nn-...n- .... , 'li . - j f M-tt- o " d ixty-gev- dia-ete- r. "bob-oMiuk- fonr-doll- ar .' nt " !. n - t i ?.N Yc-n- r p-d- r - ji tvvo-doU- l.. ticketi npMyt-r-,,?- Murnh ,- r S&g&Sm&tiZm&$&& .lajj fcMk, J."-V -- III Ma, A notodvbut papa; It h cntol of her," she 'O, monsieur! but you are too kind to said, ,rto send me away." mo. "0 but you must not take It like that"- -it "Tho lady of tho school need not know seemed to me that anv bat re- bow short our acquaintance has been," I moved her from that shady-Wln- father's went on, warily; "she can suppose that I 1 7u-- The ffickmaii Courier. GEORGE WARREN, influence ought to be counted fortunate am a friend of tho family;',' circumstance I dnroenr. IIMV TMni!'TllL tU" "But certainly you arS,' since you havo . I HTOKFAK H KENTUCKY Leon so good a friend to me." h2 : Good for you WSV OnJ "Then, wo'll arrange our programmo as it's no doubt cost a tidy sum, perham that it. owner did notsnarV SloaT during our up journey. And now to got after all, sir, the lesson may be of profit ta iuo not mitere that I you." JUDGMENT. English our luggage through without delay." g ivith such a bad accent." ch. speak l..?i. 7 "If wo miss I'll meet you on tho platI thanked Mr. Jones cordially; I fei you find that IdV.mo'i eur? ly;do And so our neighbor's passed nway, form." verv littlo fear that a second time I should gained his sleep. what do you think?" lias "But we shan't !" I was going to give tho over fall a victim. The world of "A stern, cold wan," I hear you say. liecaube 1 laughed she turned away her r?aonwhy,when the pushingcrowd stymied was evidently a terra incognita to women With few to mourn him less to weep. head yexedly, the truth being that What I to separate her from me, and it was not henceforthas far as possfbio, I me and must trv did think was that thi-- was the until the train was about to start that we and steer clear of them. Up to this period grant you: though A 6tern, cold man I littlo monkey I had ever in my again joined company. Some say be beld a beart of tiro; I had occupied a neutral position. henc. life come across. It was my first experi"What a' fright you gvo mo," I ex- forth I was And burned beneuth his Alpine snow to the teeth, my- antag. ence of innocent, childish coquetrv, and claimed, when by reason of a heavy tip to onism to thearmedsor became a byword A fierce volcano's hot desire. fair and the fascination was irresistible the guard, we wore off in a carriage with- a reproach to me. "Never had a thought Xoreless the outward seemtafr. yet "You laugh at me," she said, reproach- out other passengers. "I thought I bad ofluveiniiis life!" said they who know Our hasty blame wo may not nine. fully, "and that is what they will nil do. I lost you." me, and have never read theso confessions "Who knows what lonjrlng what regret told papa so, and ho said no. He likes tho "O, I saw you all tho time. I got my and by thetnloarned what a narrow escape The Stern rock had for vino to cling? English; that is why I got into this carriage box at once and then I sat down behind I onco ran of not living and dyin- with you; ho thought perhaps you might some ladies and watched you." " a Who knows tho loneliness oC life. bachelor. Temple Bar. be coins tho wholo wtv aro you:" With sympathy an-- love donied; "Was yours a wooden box painted in "Who knows the unavailing btrifo "Yes, I am goinj to Loudon." strips with blue ribbons tied to the hanWhen faith has fled and hope has died? "So kiu I." dles?" CopemlciH. "Then we shall cross together." "Yes, did notice it?" Prom your rich affluence of peace "Cross the soa I" She clasped her hands It was next to imp ssiblo not to, but I ife, Oods choicest blessings all your At Frauenburr, Copernicus mav b9 tightly. "O ! 1 am si frightened of the sea kept this to myself, merely saying: "Thn, children, honors, full increase the thought of lwing alono on tho water I snail be able to spuro you all trouble at daul to havo fir.H boun systematically What right bve 7011 to cast a stone? Yiotoria Station, and when I go for my to noto and record tho places of tho lerrmes mo." What right have you kind fortune's son "But," I said, "you won't be alone that luggage I enu briug yours." heavenly bodies. He chose for his obA pampered child of circumstance is if you will permit uie to take the charge "And I can keep the cab by sitting in it To sit, serenely. Judging ono of you." till you come. And now about afterward. servatory and abode a tower still Tho vory waif und sport of chance? visitors as the. Whan will you cull forme, and t Sue shook her head doubtfully. will pointed out to thanks! but I should not daro to" trouble you takeuio to see?" "curia Copernicaaa." It formed Could you have held as firm control you. Papa himself always gets angry with Her cueoks were fhuhod, her eyes spark- ptirt Of blank despair, without repine? of tho fortifications by me, I cannot help it. I say to myself, this ling in anticipation; it was the face and which the ecclesiastical Could you have trampled on your soul citadel of ErnP For weary years, and made no oign? aii of a happy child looking! or'.vard to a time I will bo brave; but my toot on the land was as the event proved) not fehip, ah!" her her holiday. ' Speak fairl could you have kept the right courage melted fnoo I expressed-hoineffectually protected, nud "How old are you?" I said, irrelevantly. "if cannot flnd'sonio-bodAt duty's call, from day to day. whom I can hold oil to tijht, I feel I "Just over eighteen. Last month wii overlooked a spacious horizon to the Without a glimpse of sunny light, my birthday." must die." north, south anu wost. The cathodr.il Or opening blossom in your way? "You shall hold on to me like grim "Is it possible? Then you aro quito a of Frauenburg stood on a gontle For ho was Just, and ho vras true death!" I said, laughing encouraging!'. woman,"" oloe to tho Frische Hall", an exAn honest neighbor, faithful friend; "They tell me I ought to bo. Doyou think "Wo aro due at by two o'clock; One straight, unvarying path ho drew. tensive sheet of nearly freh water, that gives us plenty of time for.a good so, toa?" i And kept it, even totho end. lunehepn.beforo.we start." Something in "I think you ought to bo as you are" I connected with the Baltic by a single jher look made me add: 'Pl fajnust could havo added adorable, charming, narrow channel, and separated from it. Tallcnot to too of heroes! Pralso"K cat; besides, you tell vo yoa ' uatl tio lovely, but prudence withheld me; and ov a rntgc 01 blown Jo daring deed of carnage field I sand known as tne without giving mo another opportunity she This strong outweighs breakfast that you ro hungry." ohrung. From a spocies of tcrraco "Yes, I am ; onlr papa said I was to go launched into her history, tolling rao as it alor that bids a fortress yield. on board immedMtelv." seemed to oecurtojipr "about her father, his ndjaceut to the Copecnican tower, the "After life's fitful fever" restl " Yery likely Ao forgot about your want- means, his disappointment, and finally that eve wandered undisturbed across lhe After iu griefs a happier land I " hep name was Sdfa-ding something after this journey. MoiUtnorenci. Iu blue expanse of this inland Theso silent tragedies I At best "No, I don't think it was t&t," she Raid, exchange she had to listen to some portions sea (327 square miles species of Wo see and do not understand. iu area) to the frankly, mon- qtmy h.story; that I had when almost a with sly limitation; "but, T sieur, we srCTiotsrlch, andboforo saying boy gone to India; how I had come back, white dunes beyond, and. in clear I Butithls we know; through Joy or pain. yes, T think I must count my money." and now was about to return there. I weather, evon to the azure lino of the Or weal or woe. howo'er it be. There comes a time when once again Alread 1 had closol my band over liars yrew quite pathetic over the picture I gave Baltic; while on the landward side a H held, which, of the loneliness of my situation; and it Tho shackled spirit Is made free. and the habby little purse while saeakiuz. she had drawn out of her was quito iu keening with the tonder disno- - faintly undulating plain stretched south And so our friend who died yestreen pocket "Now," I said in return fortlio". I sltion of my hearer that sho should take as far as the eye could see, well wooded Has found at length a sweet release: euro I moan to take of you, you must do my hand and on it drop a tear. I kissed and watered, rich with cornfields and Ills mask laid by, his stern, cold mien I am an old bachelor, you that tsar away, and as 1 did so my eyes meadows, and enlivened by cheerful 1140 a favor. Transfigured in God's perfect peace. must know, and very seldom go. the cluvie fell ou her; hor face grew aflame, and feel- - homesteads; the view on the east side Boston Trxuwcript. of a young lady's society ; whenever Idol wis " was so, wiiu cnarining uriieness u t, ,n rllKrv. a always make is n point thatho snail have fall- - covered iu with her hands to hide it I .nM ?e.,nS intrl.n,.foli n reu uncn guuio 01 tne pinuaciea.catue- luncheon with me." tir, iromme. A lUCHELOR'S CONFESSION. "Really ! but that is very nico of you." Ah, welli journeys such as those seem dral. It was hero that Couernicus sot "O ! I'm a desoot in that respect !" vory short ones. I remomber this camo to up his triquetrmn, an instrument iuusu.wua.iar iwemv.venrs nnd mom "But it's very fortunate for, me , that vou an end before I'thought it possible we bad for talcing the altitudes Of' the .. . uavDiuoeu ausuuL irnm nnmo iinri host nt.. 4 Lgjtinore than half way. Tho glare from remain away "a,- !?WJ?.to SP the lights of the station roused mo from a stars, constructed by himself, ac tocother. To return is to destroy illusions of to precepts, Ptolemaic hitherto flrmly believed in; one's friends I have nothiW but a naeket and dived in dolicious dream, and wo had reached tho cording her end of our journoy. The fatigues of the of three strips of deal marked tn ins are dead, are married, have gone away, or ray ocket to satisfy me:" are no longer the same "ono remembers hand down in searcarof them. "OSwhat day were tellfng on th poor child sho had with numerous divisions. Aided by them. Your very birthplace is lost to vou; did I do wilh ray money?" she exclaimed fallen asleep and Was sitll drowsy. afl'ordeu, get "You are suro that you think you will this rude implement, which the house you onco called homo is perhaps suddenly. "Ah! here it is; 1I havointo sueh with tho utmost care, a degree of accua fright because I think list it. know my box?" she murmured. 0 the fields von played in aro "I will try," I said, conaduitl, shutting racy at least '2, 100 timos interior to.tbut, corered with villas, down the green lanes Papa told me to be very careful,, artd so I tho floor of the cab in "which, she was seat-o- at the command of modern nitron dniersj rows of shops run. Few stings come more am; but I don't know where to put it." "It often strikes me that ladies are very and bidding tho driver keep a sharp he effected the most complete '"nutl sursharply than that feeling of being a lookout for me, and away I wint, and as I prising scientific revolution known in stranger where once you stood familiar. badlv off for pockets," I said." "But, no 1" and she pointed to tho sides of turned to go I aw hor blow a kiss to me. The smart had sent me from England rovtho history of human progress. It was ing over the Continent, never stopping at her jacket. "I havo one there, onp there f "I'm so sorry to disturb. yiu." My had wjs in the euu. At my heels soon discovered, however, that he posany one place long enough to find enjoy- and one in tho skirt of my tfres's how stood an irato French woman, chattering sessed other gifts besides those neeo ment in it; and now, my year's holiday all many! havo you?" "O the number of mino is legion," nnd I and gesticulating about Cue .striped box, sary for but expired, I was returning with n heart and that his clear lightened by the antlqipation of going back pointed to my outer coat; "not that I whose heavy weight rested oil tho should- judgment and strong sense could be porter. A great to India and settling down among mv old shonld think of carryingmocer about with ers of a , S deal of what the fereign lady said was lost madocmiuently useful in-- practical afchums, who would, Lknew, welcoaiosiv me there." '"Wouldn't you? "Whore'would you put to me, but I was able to comprehend so fairs. Nordoes ho teem to have raised advent and listen to my stories. Not that it, then?" much that she claimed this luggage as hor any objection to the interruption of his 1 had many to relate; one seldom s i took out some of tho loose coin I had own, and to settle tho matter i had brought studies. Thus he undertooK and fulon the experience of disappointment, to sbw her along to the rightful owner. Full of filled, as and mine was not a temperament to court and held it in my hand purse?5? her. Administrator of the distant "What, without any my difficulty, I wa already launched into or attract adventcrj. An everv-da"I never carry a purse with'me." n-place, explanations when I perceived that the capitular domains of Allenstoin and bachelor is al'And nil tho money you have you carry cab was empty. Upon the lowed to go his own way without getting stood my Mehlsnck, duties of the most heterogenlike that?" 3tfcks and Ujpbrcrtjay, but .the. place which ous charactor. lie was at once BuiltiF, much notice given to him. "Yes. all that I want for dally uso I do. my companion bad ooouptod was filled by Military Governor, Judge in civil and I wca returning to London from Paris by way of Dieppe; the month was September, Of course. In traveling oneisforcod to have the rug only. "Toe young lady has got out, I suppose?" criminal cases, of first instance and apand the weather was hot enough to mako more about one, but that I keep in a place of safety." peal, Tax Collector, Vicar General. I said to the cabman, inquiringly. the longer sea journey seem inviting. I "Out of sight said, "Not this side, sir, or I should 'ha seed Some records of his daily labors in the iouna rayseiiai; tno station with a good confidentially. " hidden away," she ought 1 es, tnat Is wuat I hor." half hour to spare, and to while away the allotment of lands have been preserved, tirno 1 bought books, newspapers, fruit, to have a pocket that no ono couIcLgst at; It was not very likely that she had got and it might be done in this lining, I should out on the other side, whero carriages, and show the minuteness of the dotnils emptied my pockets, arranged my noteand hansoms stood crowded with which ho was obliged to bo conbook, and sorted my monev. It seemed to say" and unbuttoned her jacket s.o that versant. The conditions of tenure in togt'ier. me I had a good deal more French gold than I might give an opinion. "Perfectly ; you have only to stitch a "Yau t V mt t:i keep a sharp lookout, Ermland were various and complicated. meed carry back with me, nnd Tasked a stout piece of stuff on that don't you see?" wbi 1 1'vi- '1 'ie so," he added; and then The difficulties at the best of tunas atmilitary-lookinindividual standing bv if "Yes it would bulge (ut, though." ic ug tti I was looking abo jt uneasily, he knew of a handy. Yes, Tiot if done properly." ho sug;ese 1 Via waiting room, the ceifftsh- - tending tieir regulation were increased there was one round the corner of the op"Doesn't yours?" n"; bar nniliv, that she was looking tenfold by the disturbed state of the posite street, not ten doors away he would Tne delav causM bv these cou utry. Edinbu rgh Re new. keep an oye on my belongings while I went it f sr m "No mine seems flat enough;1 so far. I started, found the house, man- ther turned open the flan of my liries in reused the ire of tho French aged my business, and raturned Qust in tie amused at hor curiosity;' aonsldorably; tho porter, too, tired of The Lawn Slower Horse Mjgau to take sldikswiUi her. timeo be let out on the platform.hurried nimoio jjir.gers naa nair am 1 standing caDmaniaesirous1 8KIiiwT vTSUfclrttarlv' ,?!MMMWHf-sea.t- . a. carringo.4 itfAdBk: and then. tare. Dream it struct me I dSsfvlBrsllectod hersen. prav excuse me! for the tnomo she" saying?" "What's he by an excited and uisgustou citizen:! need not have been in such a bustle, for alit her here. "fi ?" Why don't ye get who wanted to brincr suit arainst auJl though there was a crowd of "passengers in I am so accustomed to papa tha ation mn'Aer?" othor citizen for damages, breach of tho waiting-room- , none of them came in hesitated, and 1 found nothing it a vro.vr hal surrounded us, into promise, obtaining money under false my way; apparently I wan going to make itively for the first tuno in e mils'' of whu'U an official appeared. pretnses, or anvtning that the lawyor a solitary journey. No', too fast, though; thorn that I was no linger yom ran i best here comes some s two, a point into me. Of course, a girl of that ago askir.gan c oxp' ina'i n. To The one. of my thought best. The lawyer asked liim "Yes, man and a young lady; they pass ray car- would look upon me as her father why alfliv I Wvoiei to give riage, come back again, hesitate, look shouldn't she? bit Wiif- ti.e young lady?" he said, after to relate the particulars of his grievFearing that my silence would make her having hii nsd. ance, and he said: round; nnd finally she gets in and he "1 left Uer here soma ten minutes ago, walks away, to return a few minutes later, think that sho had offended me, I pulied "Well, you know that pony I bought noto case out and opened It wide. I suppose she g t out. and stands chatting at the window, out of the seated in this cab. jnlne is a more and I fear something has happened to hor." last summer that goes with his head 1 get a good view of "You see," I said, "that which sho leans. the man's face not a pleasantone to my mind-hi- s portable form of money?" and I unfolded "Wait a moment and I'll get some one to down by his kneos. his tail between hi3 eyes roam uneasily about, as if looking the roll of crisp notes that had ben given go with you and see;" und in a few legi anil a general look of being confor some ono who lias not come; and at the exchange oHlce. But her proprioty minutes, in company of an individual in stantly tired. I paid a hundrod dollars though the girl is talking earnestly nnd had evidently taten rrigut, ana tnoagh sho plain clothes for whom be sent, I wai for that nony, entirely on his style quickly, ho seems to pay very scant atten- smiled at mc sho cast no more, than a searching the place over. tho money. could we discover it was as The man 1 bought him of took me in Not a trace glance in the direction of tion to her. Up comes tho guard there is a final What an unaccountable bsing U man! if the girl had vanished. Returning to the the buggy to ride after the' pony and sut,m-- ot ticbet8 a banging of doors, a full of strange surprises for hiniselt as' dab, Ilound the guard of the train waiting the auim'al held his head up, and his shriek, a groan, a shrill whistle and we are well as for other people. Here had I baen to corroborate the statement of the lady, tail up. nud champed on the bit, and off unexpectedly as it seems to my com- running at large for six months or so, see- who not only turned a deaf ear to the very panion, for she starts up crying: "Papa ing every day fresb f3ces 'and' being humble apologies I endeavored to make to snorted and pranced all tho time I was papa!" and then: "0,monrieu!"and then brought into contact with women, young, her, but even when driving off with the in the buggy. The man drove up and she has sunk down on the seat in a passion plea&aut, good looking, who had made not bov beside, continued down in front of his house on the ave"Vil- nue. and I never saw a small htfrse that of tears. the slightest impression on tne, had failed to fling at me through' tuo whitlow "Now, I ask any unprejudiced person" even to whet my curiosity to the point of lain, vofeur, barbsre." "Would you like to leave vour addross, seemed to put ou any more airs. He this was the way I soliloquized on the asking who they were, or wanting to know occasion "what have I done that I should what bad become of them, and suddenly, sir?" said the official, who was evidently acted like a thoroughbred and I bqught him too quick. I thought T had a. have the grief of this young Niobe forced after a few hours spent with this schoo- disposed to assist me. ' J? upon me" Positively tho girl seemed lgirl, I was enslaved cLanncd with her "I should," 1 answered, ready to catch horse that would look up with most of able to turn on taps of tears, for when she society; and felt miserable to think how at any excuse which would take me away them and attract attention. I took the drew away her handkerchief from her eyes soon 1 shouhl.have to part with her. from the small crowJ, among which the horse home and the next day I hitched it was wet and sopping. An idea seemed bandied. expect the waiter reckened me up to a wildest surmises were being daughter him up and told my daughter to get in I to hava occurred to herself that thisnrer farthing when, ho spoke of "inadane"i(to "Eloned oarried off heirest abandonment was a little out of season me; and dfdn'ftho fellow snigger In his wife," went floating past mo as I walked and I would show he a little piece of for, after throwing a timid glance in mv sleeves at tho liberal tip I gave him? At away, coimaing 10 mv companion now 1 horse flesh that would make her proud direction, she resolutely closed hor hand had met the young lady and what I knew We drove out on the avenue and 1 by the time I was vastlv over the ball her handkerchief was reduced thehis supposing such amused ciald beidea of ber history. a chill of my to, buttoned her eyelids tightoverher eyes, wife; and I should not like to be bound by "I am going to stay in Snckville Street," pledgo you my word the pony went to ns it determined not to let out nny more a solemn affidavit to aflirm that no blush I said. "I'll give you my canl and write "Sleep 611 the walk. He held" his head of tho tears that were there, tucked vp her warmed my cheeks nt tho supposition that the name of the hotel upon it." down, and when I struck liim with the feat, nnd sat silently battling with the Bobs it was my wife sho was takon for. Already my hand was in my breast pock- whip he turned one ear back as though which she could not quite overcome. something, should give her et. In less 'than an instant ,1 hod lung It xvoij I cannot now remember what it was that my arm, but natural that I going on board open my coat and, scarclfodiitfe through; his attention had been called to for wo were lust but he did not wake up. I interested mo in the paper; but something the and then with a stupid gaze at tho man beI had caught my notice and 1 suppose for a time caresteamer, where never promised to take fore me, I gasped out: "I hava been drove him around for an hour and my did bridegroom, robbed ; mv noto book is gone of her; and engrossed my attention, for the next thing young or old, go more fussily about from with my daughter was fairly sick with shame at I recollect was a train of thought a travefr stem to stern to cot every possible thinz. "money in it!" Young baggage! if I didn't guoss as the way the pony acted. We pased a jng back into past days, caused by my eyes she could want, and ajk after overy possi-- having fallen on my much !" exclaimed my companion, invol place where a man was running a lawn She uie mini; ij uuuiiu-iu- r l, uer. i tug, a mower and for ahalf a block the pony was fast asleep now. and I was able to take n wrap for her the untarily: "We'vo been on tho lookourfor a good look at her. Poor child! I wondered wind blew keen, and sho shoulders for cov- her unless I'm vory much deceived. Not got up in style and acted liko he did no better had what was the cause of her sorrow could this- - thin jacket on noth- sir months ago a seemingly similar game when I bought him, but as soon as he be leaving that broken down, rascally-lookin-it ering thanforgotten; cloth then down I sat was played on a gentleman at this very got out of hearing of the lawn mower g ing was and fnther? Suddenly n vision of mystation." beside, btr. as happy, he settled down to his nap. Now, lam self came to me, and I was living over that close Soildyof eighteen. 1' as apyyqung ".Impossible! It couldn't be!" Tom had quite for""You are juinninc at conclusions too satisfied that man put up a job on me." day, when at something about her age, I got how I had valued tho superiority of my had left behind all that was dear to me. single estate on other occasions; it never hastily." 'I was beginning to recover. but " "Have you spoken to the man'about ) Great heaven I the agony I had endured at entered my wordshadlstruck nje Ubo,a canpon ball.,, to other saying gcod-blr.asKea inc lawyer, as no took a pento mother, .the horrible passengers thought wonder what themight of ins; they young lady," I added, severely ; "I have cil and prepared to draw a diagram of fonornness that took possession of me, think whnt they pleased, I" did not care lauehedme out Into tho world alone, with- sharing tjyj rug'botween us, nnd as her address, and know to whom she was the pony on a piece of paper." out a creature near to cure for me. The further on, an extra wrap, too tho we got going. The loss of tho money is a trifle "Yes," I went to him about it, and he enjoyjnere sight of the scar left by those suffer- ment of the pnssing hour was enough for compared laughed atonic. He said he forgot to ings stirred up my compassion to this little mo; a little golden head rested on mv had', reason afterward to Mr. 'Jones 6trangcr, whose feelings seem so tender. shoulder, and overy now ana again mere learn bis name moved his: head in anoldcv. tell me, when I bought the horsenhat Why, sho could be barely seventeen;" her up into my face two eyes of. he-- , "Beg 'pardon, I'm sure, if I iiave spoken" a lawn mower ought- ito go with him J face was much vouncer than hrr flmirn- - smiled o uastiiv." no saiu: "nut the twocir- - He said when he had the ponyjic al eniv Dine. c round, peachy cheeks, where dimples love "'Sou frightened oftn''Kia ,cum;Uince?shesoomoda as you may say to fit ways nireu a man to run a Jawn mower to linger, a roe-bm- l of a mouth. jn.i w was young lady going to exactly; porert. the for nt that instant" she opened them as school, and tho gentleman taking oare of near to mc house, and the day ho sold nt a flit" he had four men running blue as the that irrow hv "Dldn'tl tell you so? There is nothing her as might be lost sight of her in just him the river. Over the face there stolo a little to be afraid of on the sea,!' the same way; found he'd been ro'jbed, lawn- mowers oa tho block where we I pinkey flush and then there came a timid, "Not liko this there isn't,' sho said, but wouldn't credit that 'twas sho who'd drove. He advised mo to buy a lawn conscious air, such as a child puts on who naively; "I should not mind going ever so take the money from him. She was small, mower and hitch it on behind the buc- fears it has offended you. Before I knew far with you." iair, young, with a pink and white face, gy-J it I was smiling at her, and she, though Although I did not suv so, miy own Incli- nnd as innocent as a baby's. Don't answer "Then he never told you tho home still looking afraid, began to essav a e tho description in no way?" the wretch echoed back. Confound it! whatn nuisance nation my head tho sentiment. saw that I was quailing under his scrntinv. was stylish." said tho lawyer. "He let "Is that I could not speak better French I too much?" she too heavy? Ami leaning " Well. I'm glad o hear it, sir; thank you. you db all the talking, didn't he, and asked, anxioush. should like to say something to her but sir" I was turning away "and if you you made up your mind about tho horse "No; what makes you suppose so?" what? Happy thought! the pears that I "Because 1 hear your heart beating so should happen to want any information at from what you saw?" had provided myself with at the station I find, me hero ready." quickly that is your heart, isn't it?" nnd anv time youJll said the owner of tho sleep seized the basket. ''Drive to Bloombury sno stretched out her hand, patting with Lorimer's that was thesquare, 209." Miss ing pony, "1 cant say as the man told "Mademoiselle," I said,"voulez--ou- s nc her fingers gentlv. address given me. center une?" and I held them beforo hr. me anything that was not so. sav that Ttnf. "Somewhere about that spotat least," I Need I 1 asked I tho drive was a failure? Ch ! those roguish dimples that camo out Baforo noras added, gallantly," that is the spot whero it of Montmorencifelt assured that thoNever what I want to know is, has a man anv vas unknown. in all over the laco as sho used to be." rip-hto sellVa horsn lhat ls 3S0ai.le(i to V answered: within the memory of the oldest inhabitant - ' "Is it there now?" Isn't it "Monsieur, I am not French, hut Enhad a ladies' school Uon kept there; "Jfus- - excitement by lawn "Well I am not quite sure; IVas justie-ginnin- g rer's lived hero himself for pearly thirty a deception, and is a man a good citi glish, like you." to wonder if it hadn't strayed off a years, "Then do have one!" and in mj' haste to zen wno win piay sucn a tncfc on a " press them on her I gave a littlo jerk for- little way." There wns an end then no need for furHave I got to go through life "O.the wanderer 1" sne exclaimed, laugh- ther inquiries without a doubt I had been friend? ward, which seHt the wholo rolling on the floor. Well, by tho time we ing; "I wonder how long it means to be be- cheated, robbed, mnde a dupe of; there was with a lawn mower hitched to my bii"--giu order to mako a decent appearpicked them up, crawled under the carriage fore it comes back again." 110th in 2: taft but to take my quarters at tho Already on my lips I found a ready an- - hotel nnd laugh nt myself for my folly. ance? seat, bumped our heads together, and were Can't I sue the man for arson. reseated a little the worse for dust, wo had o ...., nu.vu, uv muic uiu ice rest Jjut tho misiorcuno was tnat 1 coniun1it nt enma T ntin !.:,'. .:-become friends and laughed honestly and Conversation, lifted bo Sftllnu-.. I mi.-- t , Yin. In.. rrl. ttnVo no T niorlif. nil-- lutipt w.,, au lawyer saui no couldn't see anv iT. '6'- n..- - t "'. ,"""' ""bri opealy each in the face of the other. It .nnnn-- t did me good to see her plunge her little a we approached tho shore: and v mm- - lonfcwl nt a fnce came to .listraot me. OH ?Va' l el eve.n..ltn lno man' nntl the pearly teeth into that pear, the nkin of fort was not much lnrreni.tl k. fait thb thousand mad Meas that went cour3ing ucsc way wouiu De 10 try tno same which I vainly entreated to be permitted that my little companion was resolved to through my brain tnat night, when, unable means to get rid of tho horse. go on by tho train which started as to remove. as to rest, and seized with somo wild im"That settles it," said the owner of "It is so good," said she, "for I feel tho examination of tho luggage set soon us free, probability, I roamed the streets; denying tho pony. "I will have a corn shellcr, hungry now. There was a breakfast for in vain I sugcested dinner or tea and then to myself what brought ma out, and feared me, but I couldn't eat before I came away;" going on by the train which followed after to fipd what I had goneito Bok for. I which makes more noise than a lawn and the quiver In ber voice supplied the she was inexorable. remembered on my return catching sight mower, arranged under the seat of tho reason. "Perhaps it is arranged that some ono of tnyelf in the glass, and I laughed out- buggy, fixed so I can turn it with mv "Are you going to school?" I ventured to will be there to meet you J" right, but not because I felt merry Hap- icet, and I will-ge- t out on the avenue car. "Xo" she did not expect to be met by pily, a3 the day came on, my fever in-some dav when tho 'fancy turn-out- s aro "Well, yes and no; I am going to a anybody. mpasure left me. Reason returned, and I school; but to teach as well as to learn airing themselves:, and you will see 'Then, you must let me see yoi as far as could give my ear to her precepts. there." I was silent; and after a minute tho end of your destination in safety " I went again. to ths station, interviewed stvle, and the first man lHat is mashed she added: "Athomeit isn't as it used to "Will yon"' eho said. gladly; "but vou the wily Jones, and invited him to spend a on that pony gets him, bnt I shall al be. Papa has Tnarried another wife. I do not know where it is."" a man mat nave my r fricndlv evening with me. I wanted to have lost my jnother she died when I was "I shall though, when you tell e. I was know about tho other victim, in what mini ways...... such aopinionon01 n.- neighbor. will . . a baby." ...v.. '. going to ask you to givo me permission to nerne naa,. oeen .uupeu.t anu tno step he i p.;,;.'., ;5""- .iAMl .w' by W87 of call inquire 1 iUaehl no'stoDsT at "WbuIdnV take .. .. . . . . .. .. "taat is a tad loss to anybody." solaon, hapsand being after yoa. in London, you hid.. taken.Jonesinciiijnantiy; "didn't caro that, a strangsr an," saitt Mm oaA feerbtad afflrmatlvelr. There are nineteen brswwie la yoH te8M a hang for thn money( all he wanted wts to of th iki ttfwr Mf)M9W! fes't t kits SSttihfr? WMhlfljrton TUoryi find fcn" . Publisher. "Just so I knew the feeling oractlr I fancy Mr. Jones guessed as much and for though ho aimod his arrows at the dune whojwas not present, ho took careful heed that each ono should pass - through KIC 0 rTbSr "" ?; --- lons-cndurin- Andrew Jaclcsoti is a Seneca Indian who has exemplified the saying that a I little learning is :i dangerous tlnng. He JULY. JANUARY. could write a little, and only a little, and HTM. T. T. F. S SJ Mj T. (W. T.JP.JS. so when one day he borrowed $'2 50 j s a 4 a from John Halftown, he gave him his T7T7i" a .1 s o 7 s o 10 njia note for tho money with interest. It a ? a 0,10111s ras like this: "Me, Andrew Jackson, 13 1 15, 1 17 is iu. ia 11 i.vio -- n3i's2 23'ci ssaolsosi cs'sa'ai ss'ea day after six months, will ' iw? 10 nuaviii pay to John Halftown, may-b- e three or 27 26.80 UO SI four da's, $3 or $4 dollars; no fetch paper no got money." Vernango SpecJ AUGUST. FEC3UARY. tator. I ;tkmhr for 18$Z. Ai c Hosteller" 1 Blt:en his ro lOTtfforaat, S torn I -- lnnvj nottpcil-- 1 eadorcment from eatlacnt pliy- Ictans, aaa ha long occupied a foremost rank among stand-r- il erties m an altera-I'T- e of disordered tha ltrrr and bowria. and a arc- ventlve of malarial djcatea are no leu renowned. For tale by Drcu- (Tr ana ieaier. to uiioraapplrforlloj-t- . ;ter"a JUmsaac ror i , s THE SURE CURE ron KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, t "''I M. .1 '111 bl F. S 1 U, j '.. f. irmedle. Its proprietary prop- f I coadttloniof ttomscti, i I I i CONSTIPATION, PILES, AND BLOOD DISEASES. PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY, tr "4 ml j moifbe-witchin- g "s". - n ..!..ol fit -- T- - W.j T. 7 6 - - ..!....7 31 .V O S. J M , ,W T. iF. j S. " o a o 10 S4WSfl37.SS.aO," 21 C5,e0j27 S8S0J30 ).. ..!.. . .j - 31 -H--H-- lOll 13 13 1 1 5 IOIO it'is '10S021 sa aa 1: MARCH. E 11 14 10 lsia'ii! so si ss sa SEPTEMBER. T W j m 't IijJli'iillJtLi .. O T. F . S. 5-- own-W- 30)3 i1iolii'ia ia'i 1514 15 lC!l7!l8llt1SO 0 ie!i7 in ioso'si .32, 31 CS'33 !s;ssso,37 -rsjot sslsais7!su so ss :o.ao 1 c a 4 cj 7 1 s 3; 4! a, a 1 8! 71 si o 10 11 13 m - The Meadows of Maryland. SrmiiGKrELD, Puince George's Co., Md. Mr. Cans. G. Addison, of tho abovo placo states: " I sprained my right knee, causing intense Buffering, and tho use of crotchos for several weeks. I found no relief in other remedies and finally tried tha mlraclo of cure, St. Jacobs Oil. In a short timo I could bondmy knee which had been as stiff as an iron rod laying aside my crutches und was able to walk as well as ever." It is noted as a curious misprint In ono of tho great dailies tha other dav that a doctor felt a man's "pursn." Nothing Tery queer about that. Chicago Tribune. Dr. FinncE's " Pleasant Purgativa Pelare. and inclosed in glass bottles, their virtues being thereby preserved unimpaired for any length ot time, in any climate, so that they aro always fresh and reliable. No cheap wooden or pasteboard boxes. By druggists. 0It 1334. "t y v-ha- APRIL. T. j OCTOBER. F.I S. j 3 JM ,T t Ir.'s. st u 4 lets" sugar-coalo- d 6 7 8 12 14.15 SO l s O ia III 10,11 IS c 0 17,13 IU t3, 13,14 Iu 5C0, H--K--H- l! 5 uion , CATARRHfl-TsraoaMiH- ' when appupil by tbo Cngcr into tho nostri.s, v. Ill bo effectually yr?A.r.frr-rn5r- a cleansing tho head or cutarrhal virus, causing hca'.thy It allays inf. trraatlon, pro- tects the membrano of tho nasal pass- ages from additional colds,completel? heals tht sorc3 anil restores tasto and KmcII. A few applications relievo. .1 tharauafi trtAtnUnt H AY-I- E Send for clrular. Price 50 cents by mall or at druggists. Qr Brothers,Drujrsista,Owrgo.Y. , , ' ' t JHi VER DR.. - "ind!ieT.T,Vort la do moot ruceeefal remedy Sr. V. C IlaUott. Moatton. Vt. I ever nod." "Kldaey-TVois always reliable." Br. B. 2i. ClarSc. So. Hero. Vt. "Odaey-Wor- t has cured ny ift alter two jeara saJTerics. ' Dr. C. 21. Sumaerlla, Bua Iini, Oa. IN THOUSANDS OF CASE8 It has cured whero aU else bad felled. Itlsaild, buteadent, CEItTAEf IX ITS ACTION", but hanaloea In all cases. VSTU ctenntro the Blood acil Htrenrthens acd organs elTti Xciv Uro to all the ImportantKidneys of la tlie body. l"he natural action of tha restored. Tho IArer ls cleansed of all disease. healthfully. and tho JJowela move freely and eradicated In this Tray tho worst diaeasca aro from tho system. B rt , i nacz, .oo Dry can bo sent by mail. WILLS, RICUABDSOX X CO.CarUngtonTU uqcio tc bbt, sols bt scream. ffiaig AND i ' mmMmi2ms A SPECIFIC FOS j SI. S3 S8 -- emi-nen- ee ...... MAY. -- :3 S3, SO SO'37 38 30 30 3l' -- ltf.O 1,33 S3S1S5 NOVEMBER. ' VIOORrKHALTH LIFE DK-pp- e book. She, perhaps, htiu nttendod church in hor old bonnet. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. - "A Brave Girl " is the titlo of a new .. - Jm.(t lw.tr. I 1 jf ,s.js. !il ft 11 18 BIO ls'1311 15'lO 17 rdf7 a- - UV..T. Si s s SI 5,30 37 34 HH-.H,H-l-H-- lSO SSS3tSliajl7JlSl10 SU 4 IS IS SO 11 15 FujfCTiQNAi. derangement of tho fomalo f (s. aysUini rWih Phosphorus,) l It. V. Pierce's,," oured by tho uso of Dr. Ha vjprito Prescription." B ro'sss!a2irvf curative vlnnri 7 It removes pain nnd rostore health and K TTt".ufWUt, looara'n, Ueart and In all formtot XsnJisJi, -1 SOOTT'S Coca, Beef and iron Is found fa the Great Modern Discovery, Svasmt. Convnl- Eioas, Epilepsy, 1 Al tons qbbtXis iKPnilC H El 1 E . , 1 1 um.wm,i- Dance, Aieohct- Opium Eal- 1 Falling i t t rf . vl e 30 31 S3 31.35 SI S3 strength. By all druggists. ZC 37 34 Stl JUNE. fi. U , DECEMBER. girl that married at .so as to havo hor golden woddins when It would do hor somo good. Dsiroii Free Press. It was a Detroit "i Ilf-te- en DTi9et,ls,MkLiiBs:. Nerr Exhiuit'.OErSfcT ttl.OOpcrbotlir. Jb- t ra. S3.00. Sjtodstsrapfor tho "MMwnjfror XIealth., jn4 resd of wonder u. cures tRjcud ti Cjta.Bef and. Iraa, orailc jaari)ru5f'i forli. Address C. V. SCOTT, ICnnnna City. JIo. KTrofnl.., KtrtuM i'riT. UclT Diseases, Dytptp- - 1. r 1 j tri,Nervousneks, . T. W 11 T. ! 3 4 5 4 C; Ol 7- ll 3' 8 0.10111S 13,14 7j U'lOIl 15'lO 17 IS 19 SO 311 t IS 10 17'lfc l'J r S. ' S ' M ki T 'vr 't.;f ,s. 20,30 SS.37 Sb 31 ''S3 3813.135 30 37 i2S SO SOI311 -- -! i- . iblridrid-i- '(I SO h m I K ' i I nAVE nAD Catarrh for years in Its worst form. Belore I had used ono bottlo of Ely's Croam Balm droppings into my throat had ceased, pain and sonnies in my head was romoved, as woll as deufness. It Clvos me immediate relief for cold in tho head. Urs. J. D. KAQADonjf. Union. N.Y. ' 'Wuzy a train of cars is tolescoped it fa cenorallv the result of a collidouscope. Lovuil Courier. A REMINGTON Standard Without It Type -- Writer, XoosetmTingiaach wrftlnctodocaa aSord to b for nrMt HtnstrateJ Pamphkt irlth tcitlmoalali, Wainas, BraiaWcrry, Llocd 5or, Nervous Prostration, Billousnpsi, , V Kidney TnvUa and Irregularities. i;1 hamplo TcMlmonldl. Samaritan Nenine is donvr wonders. u , 'ft Dr. J. O. ilcLcnwm, Alexander City, Ala. datv to recommend it--" ." , J.IUUU. -- , ' "Itcnredwhcrephjijjcianftfaileil" ;4JJ Heaver, TO. Iter. J. A Nervous C(.ik, ?1-A- . freely Drufc-Kiat- s. anawcreda ST. JGSIPh! tSKi bon-bo- n 1'AiUr XSO VIKBSI)1L by Wjckoffj Seamens & Benedict, NEW YORK, . PHILADELPHIA, THE US- - S. -- btrt rooked potatoes aro eaten greedily " Goldon Medieal hog, and unsalable potatoes can bilious, suffering lie disposed of in school-hous- e, d , ... I., If an egg is added to the batter for A WQsiAjf things without getflour griddle cakes they will be surpris- ting excited, can darn as soon a you hear but just "brown nicely. ingly improved, and a mtn darning tbimra you uiav know he is out f teuuxsr. Philadelphia Chronicle. If vou would have sound horses, I am cured of Catarrh and If Ely's Orenm Balai. ilv aunt deafness by keep their litter dry and oleau. was deaf in they are allowed to stand on manure one car. After using tho Balm a few times that U healiug and fermenting It will her hear! njr was restoml. F. D. Morse, result in oft hoofs aud lameness. N. Insurance Broker, BHzabetb, N. J. rrlhraU., TiiKCKliter of the Topeka lirm r. this way. Prai-f- w Would be not to take Dr. K. V. Pierce's Discovery" if you are front impure blood, or fettrinc oousumvtian sci of nlous dioaso of tho lungs). Sold by all druggists-- t Fatal MUtnbo JM AGENTS I BOSTON, WASHINGTON, ST. LOUIS. make over ONE hundred per cenu ptont sctliur tb CHICAGO, HEHS0HD2ID.C0.. i.Sold by AU ' LORD, STOTrrniBPKG &C0 Agtnta, Caieagtgl.rj , ,1 . Da ." B -- ' '. ' '. MmM tnre itenwry sn J pot uh have mde more cr!ps!$s,thaa Ufamlnecombtucd.: ' b JL . Ihavebctn uslhrforaiii,'ulior two lanT-booM- .rtr u- iOuilEx. A XAkI.. Cneinnau, hold. Swift's Spfrlno f. 8 S . hirreaicr portlbaof vr It tiivioj own cucmiieil ly Ite fnajafc pyrWon tl taj hiallr. ud with tne bapplsi results. It aed Bite a " jEb. vfm&3. raarul on mj- witr, who oad Itetn lnf tad licalttiiiir.aT " ., . ! air HDdfur uhim 1 hate SEWING MACHINE iu:: fordtratersaadmediemes. raldh ndrwls hi dol AiW fm-MMItbecaa io)ial!dlier !m u'frjinilp rsido. Anoitirr female memherof mr , lid Samnln I.urtiD unit fur II fir 'ivrnila In stumps. Vhie "tlwr Reflecting Safety Lamp GUt,4 t h b can betbsn in every fijally lsmr -t jM three orarasrr war.pt-stlkncci- oion TOK-JiAblXS- i 1 27. S65 ..f .. star-gazin- g, much-enduring- - exna-tiate- y, commo- fifty-year-ol- d tat four-wheele- g - money-chang- er 11 " uicanurinr WW-wit- flt fellow-traveler- - i r v i -- 1 -- fellow-travele- r. loot-stou- -- y bd r - . aro-nof- rtalnly the bn tunle for del.cate Iailes that I have Capital h.13 jJi. wrra ret as d. aadlbtTe tried IhemalL IlisTeliOdoutitt Cast ail When our grandfathers left a few fmiiMl out that "the Inst thine to do when c'., s conBnraient id poorly tnat want olei'r.-isKtfSMCi ' lra rsaai covt-- mol ttwcrcja Qolsoa sad malarial pelsoa shucks on each oar, and then braided you go shopping with tho Indies Is to tako danRhtera llridndi of oih, r ariton otbfi prodooe steVsess ainont; oar wltrn.tae remedy . "a notes." an.J I all together and hung, them in the Swift's Specific Is prln a Send hi t ' r Mood po'.onlns; irrulnrsanAPritt-Ui'J- . ri aoo tL;Cu..CMcajo. fniiHUii. sort ofF. L. JOSES, J. P . Qaltrcn.-Ga- . whore they would be ranary or attic I iiavb known and watched the use of C i.k '.v kept dry and safe from rats and mice Swift's Sptx-ifl(S. S. S.) for ovar fifty Oir treat !s oaB'ond acd ?k'n DIees mailed free t TUB SWIFT SPHCIFIC CO.. to jp?licir.U. as good a plan as ever has years, and never have known or heard of they adopted I)rari-- 3, Atlanta. Ga its falluro to cure any cosj of Illood Poison - lifl been discovered for keeping eed corn. when y& 1 PAY! wmmjmjmsmmmmmmmmmaimmmmmmammmmmKmBnmmmnmmMWmm properly taken. Detroit Post. HS il. L. Dkxxabd, Terryt Ga. InterfertTTesc e'' A 'lsrroentirretarod. fopj Whitewash for a barn or outhouse U!a of any rartnti. it i ' n e 1"A4 nt fjrfiniicnt. This puroos plaster la trat;b,x,lcpai I'ltl ti. W T HTZoEKALD, A 5Ieaeuscr of Ilcaltli. famous for Its quick; may be made by mixing water lime with Attorney at Law, ICOOi Street, Vachlncton,D.C. Bent c" n C spra cm sa i """ oearrf acaon ia skimmed milk to tho proper cousUtency chronic free to suffttrers from nervous, and blood diaoses, brain and beart U las BL EheumaUsin, Edatloa, a LzsJ-to put ou with a brush. It will adhere affections, nrvons debility, exhaustion, SSS. n SUS In the HB AIlSnESlS itlif, and is Crickilascksa. Bad:, B.do or Hip. Kenralcla.and aUJcluU to any surface, cithor rough or smooth etc., who havo failed to find relief. It telli pains Sore Cl.ct, Kidney TrozMcs and l'r.cf &1 trim crcl.s, or or aches eUher local rieTeated. ltSoothCB,Mreocth-en- s wood, brick, stone or mortar, where oil of womlorful cures effected by Dr. Scott's n p aldhr ir n' umplfS Lops sa! Stua - --J s the rara Tbo Tirtaea ofSapexicrto has not bern applied, and forms a very Ccc, Beef and Iron, with Phosphorus. "AAKE.SIfi" J'e. ALEoi:ii6. KtwVorS with tmma clean aadreadr to apply. by Makers. 41. Dr. linlraentA iujoca and cairu. Ince U cents or 5 for. hard and durable substance. Indian' Bold Mo. druste; druggist Scott, Kansas City, Aik your for pamphlet. apolis Journal. Irists ond country "THE DEST IS THE CHEAPEST." M J 1 tf, E. THRESHERS, "Wisely Adopted by Dairymen. S AW E5 i I &! 5" In the California prlc. Hop ceipt of The adoption by most of tho prominent KILLS, Convention Mr. Richard Wheeler said j TtuterCnmi .ny.ITothat fruit canned in the orchard is richer dsiryiuon and farmers of the United States, Vora'Istrt mstaifiT t. s.)WrttforFr Pamphlet prlctors. Boa: jn. Mass. -Improved Color mad ty HSO --Hand stronger in fiber than that canned of the Eichurdhon lluttcr Burlington, Vt., aad rrtets tj Hie A:tmanATajiorCo.,31njfltltl.01ila SO i5"NVwlls, & Co., elsewhere, and will endure transportaTreated sclentlfl-all- y is a proof of their wUdom iu a business tSTThebcitfanuly pill made Uale73 Stomach and and cured without the Ltrerlflls. SV. nwwtInaetJonandea.Ttotake. tion hotter. It should be allowed to point of view. Nearly all winter buttpr is kmfe. Book en colored ia order to make itmarketable, and 'a-j- i ripen on the trees. Orchard cauning this oolor is the host, in regard to purity, sent free. - AND mill savo much fruit that now goes to strength. pcrniananco and porfoctlon ot tint. 7rx. Graflfpi't Jt Torrfj Tt"3lOJl5 IUT(. tl3U.ll.UuU.U. waste. . ..1. T. . I nAVE been using Swift's Specific (S. S. Starch which will not stick in white n t frrr Goods S.) and !A:5U?il3&ItKvl bo the best patches ou your dark cambric dress, is kind find it to ev.r been remedy of tho iSaieed U.C.siiiKauu: WahuntT.chicazo ablo to get, and that I made "thus: Take the very best line 1 havo tried have all. them Achats Wanted. Ol be mix iu the proporstarch you can Jou:i TieciixR, 3d U. S. Cavalry. 1 s mr S250 SfS"" alrt' rid Keiboit. .Fttf hf r.lv-sa- cIT eFwT Y - lamed nadn or Lin.! 'JVOSON, tion of 'two tabfespoonfuls to as littlo Jinn 11 urns T - u. Bruises "crrness ff thanls.l Halo's Honey of Horehuand nnd Tnr water as will make a smooth paste, and T'rtrji'3'I'- - s"j f".t t"vtt e Mcinsftxit. arrraue. Ce.Akyturdnis-- j OA rtflflBe,rs to-or raa 10 Yi t ai.oa street, A. 1. A It., Ch.ca3. Actings ia- A. to this add a pint of clear coffee; let it Allay indications ot consumption. 1'lko's boil for ten mi nnles. Stir it with a toothache drops euro in one minute. sperm candle, strain it through a piece Walnut I.cnr Hair Restorer of muslin, and it is ready for use, and Is entirely different from all others. It U will be found very satisfactorj'. N.Y. ns clear as wnter,aiid,a its name indicates. IN Is a perfect VeRutoble Hair Restorer. It Post. a ur a... v mii v h v V t vr w L)LBB head from danFor those people who like spare will immediately free tha its natural color, druff, restore ffray hair to OfTer aood till March 1st. 1884. only. This ribs of pork, this dish is recommended: and produco u new growth whero it has .GRAHD'CAPITAL PREMIUM IN CASH. Put the moat iu the oven to bake, in a fallen off. Itdoosnot in any manner afaU,rDt!'.b.tofTHE HOUSEHOLD JOURHAtI..tiifUtn.Hudrf:UJ oia.r rirtarai l iiuci.wrf, oa '.Uiej tu. mona.i.'- OF NEWof YORK dripping pan. When it is nearly done fect tha health, which Sulphur, Sugar of lti.UOO cirCki.tHB t'w.T5iO,UU3 at w Lead and pidiatacrmti. 1 unit iisctls hcl t!t ptcrO bsts sbost all tit rlrtsitt t!Mf uttl 'ortpt.itt. tlr1" pour over it a batter of flour, miik, and huvo done. Nitrate of Silver preparations d Wllf'io' 50 000 .uU.Pr..iDU i.Drini la fu.f.ca 50 cer.tl t3 $10,000. Enrj Sub It will change light or faded ...;- - . soda 'or baking powder; this batter hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy .Mere are no aiienns. 3R?R!I Rrt (f1"H?E3rOi 4wwlllalryarBiBSnrsJieTljUnokhrslnBoathssl should Li almost as stilf as if it were brown. Ask your druygist for it. Each 2Vraj3tife? UU KJStli f v? oa nnutt.r.Jlc.ft,k!chwl,l tnlitl.-lt3.rfl . M intended for biscuit. When it U done bottlo is warranted. Joax D. Park & t " -- r i ' CRAND CARNIVAL PRESENTS WORD CONTEST MARCH 1st, 1884. fvii itmp u. uuiu u.imU4uuu BALL . t,nni v au Anu hall. turn the moat out on a platter with the Sons, "Wholesale Agents, . Cincinnati, Ohio, Y. dough under the meat; make a nice and C. N Critts.t.v. R SUBSCRIBERS. LIST cf PRESENTS to He AWARDED gravy in tho dripping pan and pour A child that wakes with croup should 9 1 SA Doj.'SolU kUlrrTT.Ickf., ........... ..........f 10,000 t0 ,.1,. 3100 fiVCl................... of Plso's Cure. have a dose s,ooo overtho meat. fioslon Trantcripl. .... . 400 iO Ij;..'aintlaif IT.lrt... It i CtlihMft. Cait.in. 1 000 Cooo 20O SEWINa MACnl3ES,30a 10 CulUBllf ilHI v inl.iitii.ratU Sk. 1,000 1.00O A correspondent writes that her PntrLKS, pustules, and all skin disorders 20 rkis!i.' fjo.itii too .(atrkclo;n;lilkii9........ ...... 1,000 i.ona JOO f.or.l Aai.,ra Ki.nurpriiit riuMfitonfS pumpkin pies will bake in streaks, and aro cured by uslns Samaritan Nervine. i .oa !bi. .............. 'X,VOn 10 ICI.clbalaIOrruSII)9i'h ......... ....... "JOO tCO tillf.rFrait Knu.l.. ... 1,000 fche has not been able to prevent it. 10 H.uiL'd blr Ulaurk.ls. I plrc. . too S00 IJCl..'ioJ ..!. rxtil Kl.... ........ 1,000 ,, Bnxr.ftr Reese, of Hannibal, Mq says: "Sa!0 CrraalfaHNlk llrtM 103 MO Sllttr riu.i Tf a Spoon....... ....... SiO.ack:. 1,000 Possibly if she tries this way sho will maritan Xcrvine cured mo of slok heudacho." Hi Lallrt'tlMGaMHaltliM J0 tich JM t09 S.l T U r.rli. ................... ........ - 10 0O SOO OU Pldarrt. SI ).! JVWCld'J.tfl.., SI0.f l.CSIt have no more trouble: Mi the molasunvaaa ii.ori, .J tica.. 1,1.0 1000 L.li.dlt- - - Rs.ila Uilkrl rkIbMll 1.000 ' Ir aSIictcd with ses and ginger with the pumpkin, then Thompson's Kye Eoro Eves. uro. Tr. Jsunn a.rolii4T!aU..tl-:- i worth frata 50cnU to One Dollar, 100 000 Wuter. Drusjrists sell it. ?3o bo valuablasnd useful artcles,aao'!'ati,9urSbMrtrait March 1st- 1804 tci..c add the milk,' stirring in a little at a i, reef .uo.cxiaSMi '.i noun db.M1i at KM time; set tho with the cru-- t on .nt batli... TSo r CIVENi.a ! Hit. aw.rj.il IjEHCIL.LJ on. caMO CARMIUAf RAflAMn Gk.v. Jons A. Logan has used Durans's CONTEST CITY. VOO4tui."ir ...il. Botai.-- . it in the oven, and then pour the iillins Rheumatic Rernedv for rheumatism with rJjMAA3II 1st. ti1884. IN NEW YORK Canada, S.liu,i.ua. ui ajr r t I rnatHaiaeiii. United States or awanitw Ukaforvvardodto nil aiihoRrlhnra.utuu o ria. in i. jiijh Al. ,maji.:iT .nr tha from a pitcher, giving it a good stirring splendid rpsulrs. It is taken internally x or CilunJ. .i k.,. ai rood a raaara la sat $10,000 aaa rattan arise I K.Y.CKx. rata.ua ii'i e al cures at onco tho worst case. Ask your the last thing before ponriiig out. If end diucrgist for it or send for free pamphlet to or iPtatwwMi.VtftttT fini UtAUIilUl. tU rUrULAK the oven is hot I don't believe thorc R. K. Helphcnstine.AVashlnston, D. C. j Wttkiy,' qJ t.s an itx ttf HASAU it$V TKk DAT n conUlat Tw.tjIirs t cDrMv,4aU.utrMtd adai tntAsJ crrr. with tsuatlfat ipiIk tho woHd, lalUutlrttSionf and cholca titt?rttt will be any more trouble about streaks. ak XUt ptvJaton of tta flaatt Wi JIU4, vod roatalai a lUttrtttt ipaia la iptrl "Brown's Bronchial A", r. PosL The TiinoAT. TtU Dtpjrtn! rMht0nUtter0Jmer$m ItfntmtnaM9r0,prm,t1ht Mtitt sti ifrm lin lUsilUiMff, nuarra a.ar( f taint, w 'oir ifrrirMtt.AiAMl ita'iVj tlCK- IN rranrorj UUSg - 3 .. " !. Troches" net directly on tho organs of tho i a si niB a. "pa- - nKMi" 'p(is prirsi. wjaaiai rrcM3 extraordinary elTocs voice". They havo an REMPMRER VJT MAKF NQ nHflRCP for tuti vraiauta ta 6caaU Ulhorarolar anrVrrtrtln irtr Shelter for Stock. fort!zniiiBU.tt 'JOURNAL and isitoi isaata to i Onal r nt worita HID (WO. OUR PROFIT in all throat disorders. Sola only in oozes coefraoiairalTflrta.iaaT ptroQar.whlcUTttt7UrEa, araaantlnr to $3000 tnantbtr Wtnt IOO OOO new wo ara aaioin fMiijujj a wt nara "UDSCrlDArfl d40! liiaiui u r'wri onan rtf.T4 All who have ovor paid any attention m I ahsvita tm rftl twn rar.AtnfQ fni'fil.nn.vntiUiai'tMaitaaiiM'iiiU cdpUoaanlta'apmasta, THB GREAT GEHMAH XVT3 IDC Xi?. 3CEl1aV atU. (rtaflr Qar baalo. aa taat dqbi a irf at taut" will wnat toktMv bow to the condition of their stock know gjpimujaiyirni'inHmam' wonvi .arllarfra iaaii. an.! w w.ll vai aniaantad HrACtTUflffA Mil! MM a" t ffcl CCllARS. "TPC INl'oapi. ifar-irtkUi w il n p imtam trti.'oc uim t man well how much better it generally REMEDY Una a m'nrittt WaUarot'M CAM II OW X)C1OmITED t bank Eak ta aaenia Ih CaiU praaaaia. It cot. a sptsd SIOOOO tvr a4Ttrt!jlacoBtl otbcrazfoiiaea. rtIlDrr- thrives through the winter when theU 3O.000k',?tlJVntN i onariatMuaJxrtiO.L janvo iioij tat 7r pnouac u. o in, vi ra fito erarr pratr&x aa artaa, ana aa.a f tered Xrom the piercing winds coll ",l FtrxBce a to our rupactllU tj vrvr oa saaySaafJjrTU-iJt- r rl JArujK , t .Yf TTt. eiiarfpfp-- r arnrarauf rains or sleet and snow. Wo are aware na VflflQ CIIRQPRIPTinW PPPP Urawniw nt flvan frlaa ttt Jo.m Relieves r.nd cum herd-- , that those who have numerous will aDii vwsa vwMwwt.ai iiwii s IDa a.nana HS.&U ubacttDUnoa um ! nutnt -. btaBal twclvo SSeOOvftb of ta fiietxto of cqnaiaUjicn,ao4 !( iB RHEUMATISM, aro not aluas and large corn-fielmpiioBi aiiixw'iTo h't. aafrei-- - mawj'"" iintmnt 7(ianjnr tarottopa afcacni wit ioraay dti aaa crlbarv 70a & SAMPLE COm'J FllIiH. Mnv in urea f na er two slanara aay to Mat la ordlaaxj shelter as he able to provide such Neuralgia, . rea leiwr or real nrt eroar rpatax 3'amp? po, "lwr f larttf ioma aaoaia aai 07 would wish; and, unless thcrv arc Krariraai UnL? Vtwr-- f lHfaTinri? nPTUP nOtrOO --WiRLD SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, U lutuO Ur I 111. rnUOO, "Tf &aWiaiirf..aaarWAf .p i An family' uiTTeiTJiL ren wort, nta groves near bv for their animals to reTHAVFWTR a4aUa,'.ntnttfUT.Mrttin.nE a r"y T JanraalabouirS bo Uktit In Tft7M ;rjr. BACKACUE, oof mlxiM JkaTf djxi I tiff affrti.- - nor3iaOLI jtM PJlBU Wa iW- mr r a W.W, U mr Jf. treat to at night, they have to remain in 114!ia tin fcnqJrsail al t'ttliV. aU fim n.haeHWra rtUI anara prmL 5n4ta Tr bcTlptl"n end cc. aQobto Headache, Teotiiaclie, and take thoir the odpii corn-fielvtjqn. Aaorni nit MUUbtKUlaU JOURNAL. IO BflfC BY Street. NOW YOfKa CUT THIS OUT AND SHOW IT TO YOUR FRIENDS. IT APPEARS SUT ONCE, chances asrainst tho weather, however SORE THROAT, had it may be. QUlNSYWELLrNGS, SlUEAIXH, (J) Tiose who navo smaller nerus cat Sorencti, Cats, Bruises, fence yards with boards nailed close to ATn.cn-ns.sie- i -. i -us-ii- ! M For$l3.00av -- fsmilf tortkU wiibcq.iallr sstlsfaetory results. Itlsj. lietli-r- e ' c PAT . SB l(lrNn r -- HOP U !$ I 1 -- c -- ccm-bui- Fruit-Growor-s' E EKSaKliHoisiPewn -- SUCCESS Qt i j treat-mer- it T- Prioe-Its- srua-a- i t gt m b- x. -- "' - I-- t. i. miezmfnm mm - ii .. . o Pilt-r,- i'P'l!! I ii,C!RiS WW OFS10.000 -- ut -- - 100rw!t...... ..... .......... ... 00 1 ....... Uiiu.-srijriii- 54-- - , - pie-pla- te , Lfl 4.tt. "t THP m HnH&?Wr3 - n ..rHP9JAI V.t .arM aw IC I !; -- Ktvrr-r 21 11 - writrm, - I. . C- tt MI-T- wiAiaisjc m n. aa-- i !j-f- ! Oer-lT- f - -- 7ado4 &!- ds bwt-- x- 170 ran-v- -- 1 - d $ij5H' forget-me-no- ts half-smil- 1 "Y-e-s- ," niue-ana-scc- g t half-doze- n ot-v- ue tit I iT-j T ","" .".",.7"t ,vjt- nnrfh nnd oat sides, xhis will make a good protection from the cold, rough winds, anu oe open to tno sunshine and the warm south wind when it blows. If to this sheds wholly or partially enclosed beneath their roofs arc added and the yards are so thickly littered with straw or corn stalks as to keep the feet of the auimals dry aud out of the mud, then they get through the winter better, and, properly fed, come out to grass in the spring in excellent condition. Some contend that the cost-- of labor of bringing the feed to the yards for the stock will more than offset the gain derived from this in- their condition shelter, bnt we think not. Another considerable benefit from such closo shelter is a large gain in tho manure heap, bv tho rotting of the corn stalks and straw and the droppings of manure and urine of the cattle, mued up with them, to be used for tho succeeding summer crop?. Thus composted, all these things possess a quicker, more thorough and abundant fertility than if applied singly. National Live Slock - FROSTBITES, BVItX8,-8CAI.D- And aU bodllj aches and pains I life- - rmsMJM Directions in 11 Uncuafica. The darks A. Vogelcr Co. (SMiMnUA.VOlIIU Wl) Balt!mo;e.21d.,tI.S.A, FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. Sold by all Sra?gitti and LINUIENT' u4j ui wj a rcllere thrse terrible dlieasrs, and j win nositiTtir cur nine cases out or tea. Information that will sare many lives sent j fres hrmall. Don't delay a moment, l're-- 1 vMition is ticlttrthsn cure .lOHNSON'S ANOllVXK LINIMENT Ct'RtS Infinenza. Hoarje- nesj. Hactm ( ooh, Wnooplrg Cough, Diarrbara. Iijsentcrr, Cholera Morbus. Kldner Troaoies, audi Mii rverrwarre. Lime urcuisrs Sfnt ritrili. I. o. jum.su.i s. .j., nraum, jiais. CKOUP, ASTU3IA, ISUONCniTIS, cumlsla, IlhenmatlHra. 1 tuntlr J0I1NSO.VS AX0I1YNE jor iTucrnat ana .,. i. DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT nO r. U". .SMfrt m Curta B -- Ln7' "fT -- winunk'Nj. W" aij-- DrlW, J.EOKSE.IoTentor.191 CYELECtRICITY.tmrrElfrtrloTru'slnthewoHa. ASot3 wnntwa In every town. SendforClrcaUr. snr. N Inittftrrtr bllDTIIDCPllDCn bahAT ClUcastj.Ul. spinrantiLiTerdUeafCj, ,'tout, Aslhnii, HnurtpUcafe. True(ia Constipation, laUurh Plln. Krili-n- . it Imrotfner I"m!ar)!riri ny '. J"r- sranusna sctaUr,Kia- 8. SavIng Made f Lay the Axe to the Root If yon would destroy the can-kerins Easy2'- ' Mnnarrh Llnhlninn Snwinn MachinA! S S Bent on ao Days A A. Orrat Snvlnir of Teat, XrluU M Xabor b Moaer.- - i1 ot m ,'.ir iJNsl AborKye K9El?3aSaVaSSVKlaa eM can saw ts t H Hi pyjiiifltriaiifagy vr Its I Iuitb n pi slure remnlr I ir tte a jore tuo thousand ot casw ot the wont kod ard ot Jon f tandlnir hre been rami. lairl o mrone I s my faitn IniUrElcacT.that I w.llnendTWonOTri.lSnuiE, a VALUABLE TKEATISE n this disease, to on suScrer. OiTeExpreiin.lP O artdmw. DR. T. A. ELOCUM, mFearlSt.XewyoTk. diM-os- 11 Vselntime. BestConcliBynip. CHIItS WHtRI Alt USE IAllS. Tastes good. Sofrtbj-dniscba- R tJ OX fferm. For any external pain, sorc.TTonnd or lameness of wan or beast, use only MEXICAX MUSTANG LINIMENT. It penetrates all muscle and flesh to the Tery hone, CONSUMPTION. wW d 1 xrt EAST and EAST. HkjsS 34CsaT.Portac,Mid wltr "Am mnihj'e"tia tno xosAacH iiGHTNiNo SAvraa x&CKDrjs.. mtnuto." lorsawlnsloirs Ijiwl oil anl all aorta Into snitatlelesittbsf or famt'r tore-w- l, It Is pperlr rninraio. llrastratea" ot tataToaTie. Fre. AGENTS WANTED, Mention this roper. rMONARCH MANOrJACTURINCr'm CO., ISIS. EasaolaU EL, Chicago, ill.. t ai Journal. -- - .... P-r- ... .t .- The paymaster of one of the mills in Lawrence, Mass., being asked for the ij0&. .HKi nmrs vzkvo mrut . brMMhitnui 1mim(, 1Bkk address of Mary Mnrphy replied that nn. r r ht ta v f f twenty-seveof that uarae WI .ftMU.". aw k f III there were Mi. !Wit was aUi fiiB 1 wk at work for the corporation, andreferf M.bDiUia lVA(TBia,iuiUM, AJ. further advised: "In then thus prompt ct A a ence to the Mary Murfhy I want to n c jkI' it Anicrlrau find, she has a brother, a calker bv PatriitAzvacr.liK Cinclnnntl, Olilo. trade, but he has been dead live years' Firtli Apply .Boston Herald. FORHALE tonf.ctfnnry, 1150. Ilkt'i lot. APLER, & Bui. Eichaogt, M Bi d,Ctn'll,0. ''ri.nro om tlftv.threft.Yonnir Man's gnUXAX JCSRWS C0r,tE8I, Ktwart, V. 3. r!Mf5rifietifriH t i Swiff. Christina Associations ia Tennesaas. n j Xf3 ite. V W 1 PmekAa iWlWt avi 1 expelling , an inflammation, soreness and pain, an(i healing the diseased part as no other Liniment ever did or can. So saith. the'.oxperience of two generations 0f sufferers, and soilU'Wisay when you have Free Information About The Kansas, Colonda. Utah. rrJlt-Oroirer- ?,1" South-West.:- '-" fornlaamJO:dMal6fferlliebt lild Xorrrdfra,. ,, u MercbswtaJ iA ffpess tea ,', Jitneraanajlrcbanlcsof alljras. namohlcu.elrlnit'letanrd Information truneat free en Immigration. A. T. SF. It. It., Tomsu. SiifSAS.'" Sew Mexico. Arlsona. CaMi? "" " PATENTS Mtt, 1 tried thei'Hustaug ." i KO PATEHT, It. 8. A. P. LACEY.Pate' ' , Attorneys, asaiBKtoa. v. gasd-BouotPatcata saall ree.' Yuil lakractioas aad PATENTS i Tahiti XO PAY!-- ; , " . A. K. marasrv KE. imiTtlo T ADVERTISER plmafcax7a saw tta. STSTaayaajjatMIIja; u 058 , ;; F- V Ta tf J"5Ui 'Hr the Courier at such a price, pre ferring, to loso patrons rather than scribers. Hickmanites who attended the HICK.MAX'S O.VUH cause other hearts, (perhaps innoISA8- mask ball at Fulton, pronounce it In February the Courier com- cent ones,) to bleed. These peoTLR! a brilliant and happy occasion. mences the 25th year since its es- ple are our people their God our The LITTLE FORTUNE Thr Furnitnre Factory, the Jm,..,.- -. tablishment. As things go these God and hero we expect to cU - v.. fj V'4 w STYLE, is the rage in cigars. Go days this a loug life for a local pa- abide. we can say, and do to Fortune & Co., for them. per, and during these many years, say, peace and good will to all. Hickman was the scene 0f an A snide variety show gave a other disastrous lire, with two short intervals, the pa- Life is too short to bo marred with performance at City Hall, Satur- morning last, by which the Hick- per has been under so let's fill the manage- ranklings and day night, and failed to pay hall man Furniture Factory, the punt- ment and control of its present up what's left of it, brimful of good rent in full. ers House, the old City Hall and editor and owner. Looking back cheer and kindly feeling. A fall Han of WAJOLTCA Y,'AKE, at stacks of lumbor, were destroyed. The fire was first discovered tnmo. over these years, "writ sometimes MUSE & SI! AW S West Hickman is to get her The city of Hickman, this thing before 4 o'clock, in Ue en in sour misfortune's book," and share of public improvements this year, paid every dollar of her in- gine nouse ot tne Furniture Fac- sometimes its pages bright with year. If things luck well, the tory, and in debtedness that is due and has all chancewas helpfull blaze, livoud recollections of friendships, loves, boom is to be in that section. Mark of before tbe'alann cash money in the treasury. A. was given. The watchman'at the hopes accomplished, and ambi- tho prediction. good record. faciory says he had gone Us reg- tions well rewarded, there comes The election on Tuesday for The DONIA LUCIA is hav- ular round not more thai fhe to us mingled feelings of regrets 25c additional public school tax in ing a fine run, because it is a fine minutes before he discovered the and district, redisappointments, and self sat- the Hickman school triumph for cigar. blaze, when ho immediately gave sulted in a complete isfaction and pride. Those years being The trunks of Rev. E. K. the alarm by firing his pistil, &c. have brought to us no brown tho tax, every vote polled cast for the tax. Some citizens cla;m to have seen Bransford and wife, were broken the flames sometime befor( any stone fronts, plethoric bank acMr. Huey, a citizen, who went open and robbed at Padncah Junc- alarm was heard. How th fire counts, nor any special fame or up on top of tho Planter's nouse, tion, Thursday night. The station no one house and safe were robbed at originated opinion knows, bit ti e position, (such as was youth's am- to protect it from the fire, foil and the general is thai it was broke his leg. no is doing aB the same time. caused by negligence on the part bition,); but, then wo might have well as could be expected. The LITTLE FORTUNE of some one, but whose nejili- - fared much worse than wo have. A Caitl. STYLE, try one and you will gence no one again kuows Some Of those who embarked in busithink the fire had been suwulder ness 25 years ago, young and hopenone other. moke I have connected mrxelf with tho firm of J ing in the saw dust and tiat the ful as we were, some have made Alexander & Maxwelf, where I will be mostjouie soimi, young son hapj to set all my old friend and cusnun iiirri ill i:Liiiuir ijhlh'ii Jftr. Joseph Sohin, ono (lay last in0 i,fe .,mi nprlums r;irril Bhark-- ii fortunes, a few have won fame louiera. Very rrjcctJully. r CHESS C BMIT1I. ilikiTtmr-Xrr6liavin- jr house. "There and high position, but a very large rwflio-pwlirk thin lr it. tllA WOrk The very badly injured. He has been of incendiaries, but there 13 no majority drifted with mediocrity, and also many of them from bad The Kentucky Legislature effectsuffering greatly since, but wo are evidence to support this theory glad to hear, is recovering. except the absence of any certain to worse. The holidays past we ed an organization by the election have been looking over tho old of the following officers : The DOKIA LUCIA, at For knowledge as to how the lire orig SpcakerChnrle Oflutl. of Bourbon. and the fact that a year or subscription books of tho Courtune & Co's, an elegant cigar for inated, -- l'olk Johnon, of I.ouuvillc k such time ago the proprietors re- ier, (some are lost,) and they nve ccnta. V. L. Kiugo, of Clerk & ceived anonymous notes threat briug to mind tho names of many The city election occurs next ening to burn the property, it W. E. BYilley, o! Secant Monday, but there seems to be a will perhaps never be known how old friends and patrons, who dur. Oil ford reluctance upon the part of citi- the fire did origiuate- - Fro the ing these years have passed to Robert Tyler, of Bullitt. zens to announce as candidates. furniture factory the fire reached that bourne from whence no travTHE STNATE omCEOB. The present Mayor and Council-Bie- across the street and destroyed the eler e'er returns- - Indeed and in Clerk 4.V. V. Prather. of Harrieor. Clerk Geo W. ReeTes, of have done excellently well, old Citv Hall, and from the City truth, of all tho subscribers to tho allaru. and why not continue them ! Hall to' the Planters House, which Sergeant. at Arm Bart W. Jenkins, of was also destroyed. For acinic Courier tho first year of its exMTDonH fail to see the large! the daueer seemed imminent that istence, unmistakably a large ma- Lr)UlVlllc J. Fry Lawrence, of Lou TVax Doll, (now dressed), for 6ale the fire would reach Clinton street, jority have already crossed the isTille. t Fortune's Drugstore. the grocery house ofMuse&Shaw, dark river. Looking over our PERSOSAL $1,500 reward 81,600 by the the book store of Jno. W. Cole, present list, however, there arc Mr. J. W Pow.ll and wife left Fridav Mrs. Administrator, and $500 by the and the millinery store of on a Tlgit to New Orleaas. Governor, is offered for the ap- Addie Jones catching at different perhaps 200 names who have been of Charleiton, Mo- - and prehension and conviction of the times. It was with the utmost constant and regular subscribers a Mr Dick Moore, ilickmnn rocitr, u i difficulty that tho residence of all these many j ears. Of course, K'eM favoiiteof murderers of Hillsman King and itiaj: the city. wife, who were murdered near Mrs. J. H. Davis was saved. the largor part of these old subMi1" Maccie Harper, one of the bright Mr. R. M. Metheny, who occu Hickman in November last. So ct belle of Tiptonville, ir itendlng come saveu a scribers are at Hickman and pied tne Planters House, far no elue has been obtained. and when we find time to time witti her mend and Khooimate. Miu good part of his furniture, bat is a Mollie Baltier. The incoming passenger train, loser. He had $300 insurance. make a correct list, wo intend to Mr. J. W. Towel!, Jr., left Friday last Christmas evening, killed four The Planters TTniiKe wns owned lor ew mules and one horse, just above by Capt. W. J. Turner & Son.'and print their names. Wo give be in charge of a car loaa ol tocfcleft Tueslow, nt random, some of these hon- Orlean, and Mr. McAJanw name the pump factory. Two of the was insured for $1,000. The buildcity. day with tw car lodi for tke mules belonged to C. B. Kingman, ings could not bo replaced forjess ored names, whose long continued Trade in live etotk pretty lively. one to W. B. Plnmmer, one to than several thousand. lnendship and kindness we cherMi Bell Forun, of Newborn; ReT. Mr. Thos. Plnmmer, and the owner of The Furniture factory belonged ish with grateful f"eliiifjg. Some and Mra. Bradford, of Dyerburp; Mrs. Mr" the horse not known. to H. A. Tyler, R. T. Tyler, Henry of our books were destroyed dur Stovall and wm, of Jack-o- n ;Mrs- Reeve?, f Meiropolin, 111. ; Mr. and Kuaimeri, they-lia- d The fact that Willis, of the and Dee Amberg, and of Kenton Kjent the holidays with lrienda only $7,500 iusurauce on the prop- ihg the war and therefore a few aad rdaiivea in Hicks-anLouisville District, is Chairman of the Committee on Rivers and erty destroyed, which will leave names hero givon may not date Just So. Harbors, gives assurance that the them direct losers of from $10,000 back furthci than about tho close Tennessee papers are again bill for the improvement of the to $12,000 and consequential lo- of the wan complaining of "Northern misrepriver at Hickman will, at least, sers to probably the same amount. HWknrf Mills. W. F. Cren- resentation of our debt question." consid- The capital stock of this concern, receive fair attention and shaw, R. C Prather, Jos. A. Dong-las- , The complaint seems to havo origiwe understand, is 6100,000, eration. Mrs. W. R. Huffman, V. J. nated in the fact that one or two owned by H A. Tyler, Maddox, Hardin Maddox, W. R. ignorant Massachusetts papers The happy custom of New by 11. T. Tyler, and by Thomas, (J. T. Her,) (T. W. year dinners was hospitably and Ambergs. It wsis, our largest foolishly claimed that the poople Yf. A. Curliu, Mrs. Schuff, of Tennessee ought to pay their bounteously observed in Hickmvinrr nmnlnvment. tn ner- - LOCAL NEWS. ANOTHER lISASTJt0lJi Our HCE I Quarter Century Sub f .- - . b -- To-da- y fk quick eVhj t e y Ttiu-gda- ill-will- s, witlil fatal offset, and prices have been cuil io tke s issued Islfe New Goods! it Tr I lilfi TTflllfUv'e lint'n sinmn tw1 rrnnn nnA otlll nvtr frmnffr Hnfl shelves are loaded with olmlnn and spnfionablo foods. At this season, all good merchants like to see their stook getting down to a fine point, and as we propose to be pretty fair ones, the size ot our present stock doesn t eiiit our asthetic taste, consequently, we have, with "blood in our eye," grasped our tomahawk, and cut the prices on every line oj Qoods we carry. We are going io close down all classes of Goods regardless of price. lne prices we have placed on Clothing and Overcoats are simply rtxt- nni8. B9V Svaroiliin&T K must be . I I n reduc.d. with the opening of the new year, we return to our many friends'and customers our heartfelt thanks for favors in the past, and request a con tinuance of same in the future, promising to stand by our motto of "Good Goods and Low Prices." - Very Respectfully, iOB.MA2T & CO. ment of - V faSa ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. Leaders and Makers of Levi Price. Cl-r- Are now in their hew building, at their old stand, and are receiving the largest assort- Hicl-m- at-Ar- Door-keep- n Door-k'cp- or announce to our friends and the public generally, that we hav fert refeived immense stock of all kinds of Furniture, and tolicit the trade of parties wishing to buy. We can show all utyle of Furniture in plain and'fancy. Also, a fine line WlJ Funiitur ir "f se&b:dw& W 2T&S3U, s1? o,,ras, Q&gTSSl'G, G&&SSW&ESr &o.r QT3"TLS5T, of LQQCit ever brought to Hickman, which we havo bought for strictly cash, and will be Bold low down, and very y, Wf nronope to make our price to auit the spirit of the time. You can rest aa.?ured you need never leave our houe to look for cheaper good. We propose to sell as fou at any ratail Furniture store in the '"Purchaae. Very respectfully, T. P. W1LBUEN & CO. &"S.ore roams In new Odd Fellows building. CHEAP FOR CASH. Give" us a call before purchasing else where - J. W. COBMAN& CX . WEST KENTUCKTifPIONEERS- - HEUTWECE, BALTZEE & CO. MAKUFACTURER8 OP one-tent- h one-tent- h Cren-sluaw- v. ,) h I man. So many were giving Jiaps one hnudredjiandg that it was 'difitantt 'to "find probably tnoTieaicBtmrTof this guests. May the Courier's host misfortune will fall upon these and hostess be always as happy employees, many of them losing as they made their guests onNew their tools in the factory, and all years day. of them being thrown out of emThe State Teachers Associa- ployment. The factory has been tion, recently in session at Louis- making money the past two years good money. It was a great ville, make the charge that Kenbenefit to Hickman business in tucky officials have suffered the Public School i?und to lose im- terests, and we are sincerely anxmense sums by their negligencies, ious to see it rebuilt, but at this in failiug to get the schools pro ra- writing we are not encouraged to ta from fines, tax on railroads, bil- believe that it will. din-imr- R TRtllCTK or BJtfiyKCT, Elliott, Lewis Roper, (H. C Dna. ho. flj the- 3Zisxle-- ftl'ItOHt. (Ctbtnn Ktnti ofllir Moicosc. Frank Carr, W. S Whereas, It ha pUwtl Ooi m take Crostic, W. W. Webster, W. L. Lane, H. D. Salmon, S. It. Sal- from n ur love! chooJBa "xMneo u ; nd mon, A. Arrington, C. Arlington, c have lrna trww or Wnr.A B. F. Rogers, Lutons. ioni; "'" inlimRlt hkotihiiom win iwki io tru Fl;. .. E. 15. Eddiugs J. S. SH p appreciate hii ana north, hi puiHtae kiml- me uumui ineouonip; ol heart herd, A P Fields, T.J. Branlmm. , Capt. Fon CollHiB, W. L,. lic:u-Keiaired, That in hi death we hiv C. Crutchfield, J. M. Wr ght, Tay- a true frinl ; h tHirfnu., a du iftil lor Bard, A. D. Collins, (T- - B. Fer-rcll- ii.v nson; an'l lh oiumunity, the jiom ST. OUIS VICKSBURG an earnest n1 uiiftil ci''ii. liard tables, &c. Jas. Tyler, Jesse Whitesetl, Rttwlvtd The additional school tax voTht A. T. Thompson, V. W. Wngtti, 'he pro idence f while boning humblyloto The Mississippi River Com- ted Tuesday gives ten instead of II. F. Cheatham, Uriah Hill, Dr. kd, e monrn the of him. wbo-- e cheerful face and kindly mouths free school. mission recommend the five F. M. Usher, W P. Reed, (Dr. Jo voice, and saanly poo'lne'i of heri, have between the Government and reiraro ana wmi ificniT tt:illotinr for United States Luton,) Mrs Dee Wade, u. iN. won r yin-PACKET COMPANY. the River States for the purpose Sh.oes, grntIul rvColitcionH in our momones. Commis- Senator, begins, under the law, the Nichol. and J. O. A. Cooper. Wm. of building levees. The tttialvtd. That w 'ender our heartiest r..y'. Allen Campbell, after the House is sion is at last getting down to 2nd Tuesday Therefore balloting Campbell, Hiram Edmondson, P. ympa'hy to the stricken family, aad offer organized. of our appreiation of them the practical sense. It is believed lad the E. W. Ste- the great aAiirancf brought upon them by LADIES' and GENT'S FURNISHSJfl BOODS, &c, Williams marrow recommendation will be will begin on the 15th. open can- J.Oliver, F. Bynum, that this A. H. this, mt'tnelv death. phens, J. II. Attebcrry, adopted by Congress. If so, our and Blackburn are the t3Ue these didates, with numerous dark Scearce, J. F. Menees, Dr. S. V. to Reiohrd That wethe Jlirkman resolution Hickman and Tiptonville Levee n J'ocniER; le is said how Luton, M. D. Johnson, (F. P. Wall,) that n pulilimiedthem uvr r a'.l our MRnMure (UNIT3S STAT2SKAIL) pop of Company should be organized and horses talked of. It and Black-burWilliams Jno. R. McGehee, V. T. Noonan, le preetitel to the freraved family; and Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Doors, Sash, Blinds, ever, that ready for work in tne spring. no (W.T. Mayes,) (James Cason,)(V. that as an expre'wion of our sorrow, we have determined that JOHN A. SCUDDER, Prtiidsati Mr. Chess Smith, for some dark horse shall win. B. Gore,) J. O. Oliver, Henry Da- wear a balK of inourtang for thirtv days. JOHN P. KKISER, Buperinlendenl. Glassware, Etc, Etc. R McLceStko'0, THEO. U EIGLEB, Kse'y. aoi TreM. years past connected with the vis. J. Xailor. S. J. Noonan, Is:ael ''Take the Mr. John Ezell, a yonng FaxsikM Clay. popular house of H. Buchanan, C. P. Linden, (F. Ilanberry,) Clark, Com. Trenton. ; ,w. , Will B. McC.KiitE, LINE of baa A G. 0. wilkin8 has accepted a position with Alex- gentleman ironi T Mat L Umkwood. - - M,t.--Roffe G. McMurray, Marion and N, C, & St L. R'y. RUNS St. Louis to Memphis, Vlsks-burt- ft;. iennM who recenuj, ander & Maxwell, where.his friends TuCiioni T VArNE, 5. line from St. Loaia U KICK3IAW, HT. Clinton Street, can hereafter , Sr and old customers Shucl, Wni. Alexander most Beo!utionn nt t apeet. lnd him. He is one of the sales- in this place, on Thursday, me " The GOING SOUTSf. "w" x. nC"'la At a called meeliuc of the Shakespeare and best known popular tTa was l). .ucuonuen, i. .""'"'! Club, January 1, lf8l, the following reo Memphis boats pass Hickman Tlay H nf inpninonia 13. S. Uonneiiy, men connected with, the Hickman o.7li nights, Thursday nights ami Str4ay otrrtnrrpr in a Rti"aure place, brt (V7. A. Shuck,) naniniouiy adoprea C t nights. Vlctsburg boats, Sasdajr, Atl Browders, Win. Asbell, Mrs. luttosiR were 1' the widm of A'tniRhty trade for many years, and has well in -his last hours .nan every . o "" WliKatAn, Wsdnesdays ai Fridays. won bis erood reputation by up G. S. Miles, Mrs. Dr. Alexander, God, it hit aetiueil bet to call from earth, and loving hands GOING NO&TK. Bondurauts our Orlando O. Hinder right trading, courtesy to all, and tion that kind We learn that he X. Hammond, nnnlil mnder. son ; therefore, be it Memphis boats pais Hieknai Taei4y Warford. prompt attention to business. J. S. was a victim to the dread disease andu.,.7r;. RrntL Win. Harner. M. Kttolved, That in hi dath our Club hat Call on Nearest Ticket Agent, nights, Friday nights and Eoaday DlgsiU. disastrous fire occurred at consumption, and when pneamon- A Rob" l"t an etcemed and ueful member, whose Vicksburg boats Uoniayi, Wednesdays Everett ana Or Address Tiptonville, TennM Friday night ift seized him ' his case was bope- - Amberg, K. and Jno. A. Mott, at courteous beaming I and interest in the caufe and Saturdays. A. Y. Stovest. ert Watson, of learning, ha made for him a high Memphis boats Steamers City of Hl last, by which the large dry goods Iprh. To his absent friends and Xxe Afiidrid. pps. Agt., Dallas, Tex., or pUee in our regard en a, 8te. GenivieTe and JohaB. iinnnna of M- - Aatberc. and Har relatives whose hearts will mourn W. L.. AKIiEV, RttolveJ Thai we pincerely roourn the Boone, J. G. Vicksburg boats Steamsrs City Gito,t. W. G."P. AT. A., NashTtlle, Tenn. per & Sons, and the grocery house his death, good people who tfatch-f- i Binford, (JacobF. White.) Thos. los of one who bac'a fair to make po worProvidence, Bells of Memphis, Gold Dm T. AgtM Hickman. FRITZ. HELLNCS iiiH ilvinf? hours, send feelings valuable a member of thy a man, and of Mrs. Clark, were destroyed. City of Cairo, City .of QresstiUs a uur rnmmunilT Amberg was insured for 88,000 of sincere sympathy and City of Vieksburf. 0. Stcclo. lHcalu0. Revived ThM in tokrn of our respect tic inaa iahoat 320.000. Har lenco Clayton. Jno. K. WillianiB, Dr. for the leceahcd.wc wtara badge of mourn ng per & Sons were partially insured, Spark-Arresinc for one nonlh ; and th Some years ago an editor of a- j GcQ RogerB P AYN E' O Hor 10.000 fUoMIAlsartao Mrs. Clark cut ..,.1 m.k a. tarning slabs towa Us saw la j iifou i.. engroKei .... our .:..... mm .u. i y PortbK. and are heavy losers. ue "unuirn Kentuckypaper stopped atPaduBoerds la J boars, between 100 and 200 they b published in ih Hickman CouaitK, Lad very fair insurance. The fixeJunction ho stepped of tho, Ai,u " nritrinatp.il in Ambere's countingand V HAIVrZER. subscribers in ILLIAM xu u liiuun. uiSu, Minnie C. McOotchen, PACKET COMPANY. room, about 10 o'clock at night, tramaoouT. to remain there, until . about Hickman, but our books was Hknry N Cowoill, mi ia liniiAved to be the work of and something after 11 o'clock to take are not m 8i,ap0 to get tho list Uattie Eobinson, act incendiary. Committee. We feel the Nashville train. After thojcorrectl ust uow .he rtrianrin Henderson, son of bustle of tho departing subScriberBj x f Memphis, Cairo, the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Demontcourt, nromenaded up and down any-- tiai as well as old ones, but to Reduced Oar W Bene v Gusranfjt to rarnJsh porrtr -to new vresidence, m tho absence f R00O ev aI uenuout itaarus & iu uuui ' law died, at the family same time. 10,000 feet Louisville li fiort m eut war iEgincsm arc buAJu.ii.Bv . nun, ! Hickman, Baturaay morningceme- thing else to do his foot jstruck- these old ones who have stood by on K ' f otniih a at the city something he stooped and pick- UB through so many years, indulgtu ad was buried ad water thsn any other not Cited with aa Automatic tery, Sunday evtning. Ho was ed it up it was a fatjjplump, iufrfi0 1IU iny weaknesses and short . If too want a stxnonary ANDY BAUM, oung, just approaching manhood, or Portalile Ence. DolIerOlrca. JAMES W. GAFF, so on our part-forg- iving oo."ins Ur ibfticg or PnUeji, CONS MILLER, appearance, YINT BHINKLB robust and healthy in veJu,t mrcd my STOCK in the two elejtant and spacious rooms of the new Citv leiiaer can or jieooaris 'i now that we are 1U1I on firBt lloor. I am now prcparal to show you the newest and latest sty'es of loroor WronshMron Puller, tna 12, xor and his sudden death a great shock nvArnodt nocket no humaR being, many offeudmgs, GRANITB STATE, "Wo are offering our Fancy Flour, Uiartrated catAlouc, No. the at luformstion ard prices. to relatives and friends. Those present, and rushed to the'end of about to enter our quarter century possessing all the properties of a furniture of all urade., from one Kitchen to p irlor furnimre, which you can getwhorock hotto EVERY BUNDATand torn prices AH good on floor. Xo trouble show tlioe ne couwenccu ftt jjictniaI, wo desire to retuni Ko. 2 wheat, sweet, strong and un- buy; nivemca call lefore p'lrohasin elsewhere. toHavinggoods to in businesswish B.W. PAYNE & SONS. LEAVES 5 p. m., for Cairo, Louisvillewho knew him best esteemed lain the plattorm. long been Cofnlns. N. V. BoiT.KST. youth, shaking trom neau io wi aim d mil Cincinnati, connecting at Cincianatl s generous, from the very depths of our heart adulterated, at $5.50 per barrel. enough to know just what I am domsj, I defy competition. Kindly thanking jou with Railroads and bteasers lor his conduct honorable and breathing as if in greatfagony. our most sincere thanks. It has Choice Family, pure and sweet, forrour patronage in the pist I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. and all A. B. I also have the finest line of lNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to nnuseworthv. Sincere sympathy The thought shot through him Family $4.75. X $3.25. Wm Wesisrn i Wtm Fsbls, bereaveu pa- like electricity that he. was stea- ever been our aim to mako the $5.25. barrel of Flour, together Hickmau. Customers politely served on short notice. is extended to the One Giving through llekals to all points Chilingthat the package waf not his Courier, modest in its opinions, with other goods bought of us at rents. cago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, Haw one moment more and ie pass- firm in its convictions, and relia same time, delivered FREE. York, Washington City, Philadelphia aad in West TennesTwo farmers HICKMAN, KY. Boston. East, North and 7stsra toar--sthe into Xow is your titno to lay in a a neighbors honee ed .!. the office, aud hanied -.. ble in all its sayings and doings see called at in 1. 1rni-Owill find La Bella Rivsr route safe, - .pachagcuuwnj,- lilf ulnon. ftnlf1 WT, hn mad0 year's supply of Flonr. -- delightful and economical. vafter night: the neighbor demand- ing agent, "iui nguisimpo laughed D. L. GOLDBERG, Rates by this line cheaper than any ed their names, and they his warn-i- r said the agent, as he (kzed off more sensational, wo confess, ana Fancy Flour retailed at 3 cents." & MRU. other first class rente Steals and slats' POWELL DEALER lit hira, and in the face of iffla at "All right all right" rung thereby perhaps moro popular dec7-4rooms frea. Baggage cheeked throegh. d nmountsd, and started to again. euxors ears TAPLSAKDPANOY GROCERIES fg&" Passengers can rely ona splesdid "toriemp-- ! wJtu many but that ileld is maue ho seized his gun, in tue enter his house; trip by this line, as the steamers are all My StocV is New and Fresh, and will ub vao WANTED, This first class, having been expressly bail tred, and killed them both. as a iiou clear, and from thatfday to UP I'u&tl-- ' of scandals, persouali Corn, ne pold at prices that will be eswas cither shelled or ear corn -- bucked for the accommodation of passengers. circmmBtanc"e is given to us so closcly pecially attractive to buyers. as ciwr and , ties, &c, ana ieenn0 sounds Wo are gggT Each Btsamer carries a full strissj t0 BheHt Haek aB though our informant forgets this, all rightthe music o(an fret long as R. W. LlGKTBDRNE, band. Atayrate nrnvintr p.nnBP.ienefi: It- la need- - h so mnmlc identified witu tne!coni forptrties who wi,h it orlo receive riOUSS HAS BEEXRECENTLTvNLARQED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED names and locality. Cord General Freight and Ticket Agent onil host, interests and forward bv river, sacked cor . Convenent to river anil railroad, and attentive dancer of ap ,,..,.... DBtiui. iiiuua the ,i.-f- ,i i Vr. ' "I anJ tsorouithlv renoTated. No 7 Monroe streat.Memphis.Tcan ' after night less to Say, it Was a DMftOCratlC th.g community WO have de- kpi md, altogethr,on of the best appointed hotels in this section. pqwBLL& B0.f proaching farm-housother editors sight not j 1. 2. TVH!fE, Proprielor. (RIDAY, :m : :SEPr.23, IS33, GI YE MS A CX L L1 wtfhn.t. letting it be known dis editorrctumcu tue clined to purchase popularity fori Dm. H 2t. pacioje. have tinctly who you are. . tr ft, Soberi Matron.It. "IT. (Zuichjftd. Binford, "i Aht """"- '"" 'zsBSSZ'yf.iu - . - . -- ws" . "N SiMgilM& I rnrivNSiiHST' """? Kentucky. DNS."" $iza 162- - Dealers In . - ai-- lt ,) NASHVILLE, Hiciiinan fob er Clothing, Boots, Hats and Ops, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Florida n, iOIfilASTI Y tnouTlLh'a; , ';".- TRI-WEEK- ly FAVORITE! fallow-membe- u Ui: !. tl rh a, em m Id EH i- - -- -- j Prices Boicnihey Go! i ,M Ike Oil Esliie Fnita Sealer SSint'rSS! T FLOUR! FLOUR! ii boree-pow- En-Rin- e and Cincinnati Steamers m Cat-OS- Saw-Mil- l, i - kind-hearte- New Grocery! 'tSKSa ts ,- ... HICKMAN, iiiie -- 101 KENTXJCKir. ritip-beautifu- ap-'nn- cl il-- I i -- X-- es 1 6v N . ri H' 'A V i tSZEiaKS" r." ,tt- - zxzzzZZ3PZfct3& t & " sMJsl 3M35?&m&e&SL k9R5H J- - . " Art Gallery, and numerous other places of less note, but it would " t OUK WANIIIXQTOX BETTER. COUNCIL PROCEEDING Hickman, Ky., Jan. l, lg84 Council met. Present, Coundlmen Beckrnan.' pJ.TcC?.tpheD " Moore, H.ifj. on.l fcjlinn. i aim Ul.. A lie minutes of the Iwt read, approved and signed. meeting Cr Wf, ii h-.- i IJI HHIII BBCTBBgO yI i Some Special to the CocBirn you see hero. Hj LOST. HOW RESTORED!, predict a general panic in this I find that Senators and MemSenator Williams left yesterday country this year. Tbcy say pan. bers of Congress are as ninth at for Kentucky to lookaftcr his fen!"rii , "". "Ulon f Ir. rltel 1:,wyn the ruJ.cuI mr is regarded ics come aronnd every ten years. sea as to who will be the nomi- ces. His nees for President and hero as a foregone conclusion. ACCOUNT IniPl"itn. .0 UnrrinR, rte : 'nCow-Jas the average citizen. No Those who are in a position to The following accountsPAID. Hon. Oscar Turner has been F- - E. CASE & CO. were panted appointed a member of the Com- man sianus suuicicutly proraineut. know, give him 76 votes on the , ullll urueriM pa;(j j , clftt, h ",,d uhor, io tW ,tm,rnbIo rM. m eitner party, to direct public first ballot and it only remittee on Commerce, and also the sentiment to lunisplf. as the mau quires CO tocertain, Say what you Jno. Witting street work s 7 40 DBAI.EK elect. Moiie & Shaw, sundries ICQ Committee ou Railways aud Ca- whereas there are hundreds in Jig .vill, any Kentuckian visiting Araberg's Son, sundries."".""" Hooks, and ll 95 Hertweck. llaltzer k Co . sundri"'' tlt iltJ ,nffr". "o ""ttr what PriT.t.ly ofJfets, Seine?, Line",and Supplier, at Kludb nals. Tlio first is an important line of possibilities. The longer Washington is bound to be won "V. L. McCnt-he"'"''Kelw-Plr- . 7i'& DRUGS, MEDICINES, Hshing Tackle AND avignte Wnu we live, the more we learn, or by the conrtesy and consideration Groceries and Family Supplies Id committee ylh .'Lctnro n''nWthibetand tU Uato of eT.ry Lnwson, & 16 85 w? tn In should learn. It ig an open secret which Gen Williams gives any re- . Wallace,special police ... rpecial police plain .oreloj. toJdrf... "JttindrrerBl IS 00 A Bill is before Congress to hero that a good per centage of spectable citizen visitiug this city, l Meichatu special police... 3HC3CCJ postage 3MCJ aw, .t2 i jn, 'ctivt ct ,,x cnU or 160 I3ST 60 establish a National Penitentiary. Democratic Members of Congress and for this reason, if no other, I H. T. 1 yler City llECULYERWELL MEDICAL CO Attorney 41.tinSt..K.vrYorlL,X Y . Poit OHce Boi, 4W. 2 00 sentenced don't care a whit or a whistle should liko to seo him At present all convicts n.li Gardner. Marshal innn Z& whether the Democrats elect the '.G. CAR a i., PRE8CZIPTI0N5 CO ii p o U X h S D I "& &. OoS J. D Millard.. ""; for violations of United S fates President next year, or not ; but, B. FINANCE REPORT, Pfolessional Cards RICttK TO ft AGS. Immense stock of Groceries of all klrnci, are imprisoned in the various it is the shaping of issues to bo law The and Liquors of 20 different kindceu Watar State penitentiaries. themselves that con- Dnrnn Von Drninlnjr WnMfn n Com. wing finance committee reporied the settlement 8treet, forinblr Fori u tn In iJninblln;;, trols them. Some say 'hat the B F. O'DANIEL, U. D., R. E. .Millet, City CUrk, for City Secumen iiTrnuip, nad litecs The war between Prance and preseut Congress will make the 1. re nit n Miistcinit. J. E. BROWN UM no 00 China is likely to cease, China be-- i issues that will make the candiTbjcct Privilege 1FFERS niS PROFESSIONAL SER-- has purchased a brand new stock of FAM j ' cjjs 00 reform" A 2tew Uaveu, Conn., special City Marshal ce8 to the citizens of Hickman and ILY GROCERIES, Confectioners, 54 SO n willing to grant Prance her dates; and that "tariff RepubliISTETV Cigars, 4c, and opened on says : Baron Yon Bruening died T P F01 tune. Citv Treasurer.-'Unity. will bo the issue. Tho The United origirml demands. Iffice Corner rooo in Laclede House. cans unmistakably intend to force in the hospital hero from CLINTON STSSE7, $3,996 81 States is bound by treaty to act tins issue, and the Democrats, in the effects of an amputation ren- Total receipt, general fund Total Disbursements 3 535 10 rer the nicest houe of tbt kid that b us mediator when. China requests. a general sense, are eveu'more dered necessary from dry mortifibeen in Hickman, and t lower price ktm 3XR. A.. Balance j q 71 eager for tho fight. Take the cation following tho cutting of a ever offered before. Headquarters, opi' TrtE Mississippi'River Commis- Democrats from Carlielo down, or corn on one of the toes of his Receipt funded debt site Plaut Bros- & Co , Clinton Htrwt. 55,383 19 PBYSICAN AND SURGEON, .. 3353 19 report to Congress from Randall down, and m general foot. His body has been taken to Disbursements sion in their ' g5 00 PATENT MEDICINES! m HICKMAN, City Ilrtll fund KENTUCKY Bondurant insist that their work at Plumb terms they are united m opposi- Bridgeport, whore his funeral will City Cemetery 0 00 Sco., 4c., &o. tion to Protection, bat when 'it be held , ic , ko. afternoon. Ho Beer License his Professional Services to 4c 60" t0 Point ts a grand success. All the comes down to parvjatlai's, to tho was sixty years pr ixcijTixo Ao ioixia 00 old, and was in Disbursements tit citizens of Hickman and vicinity. ifel&rfciiH pilots and river men we' hear JaI5-8- 0 tririfF, no cimrgo ot Frederick Beyer, the details of rovisTvhe nn speak of it insist that it is a grand half dozep of the 10G Carlisle leader of tho Howo baud of On mo' inn iaid eett!emnts hK receir T Democrats, to say nothingjof the Bridgeport, who discovered him ed. approved and a quictu granteJ lo failure and humbug. 1WS GROCERIES B1CKXAN, 7., Randatf and Cox men, can" agree seven years ago at Black Rockns each for 1883. ? AAI.AKIES. This Democratic Congress wyi between themselves. Besides, if a tramp. Kttp always on hand, Frssh ASD PRESCRIPTIONS TRUSSES FANCY TDILET kRTICLES 1884 declare one hundred million acres the Democrats could agree, the The Baron quarreled with his On moiion n.utj for Mator for ?25. LIME, CEMENT, SALT, PLASTM Uw fitetl at $50, and Connci'men at FILLED AT ANT HOUR DAY AID of public land forfeited to the Republican Senate and Repnbli- - father and came to this country m motion council kdjourned. AND Ou PLIES, GRASS SEEDS, CLOY JR, . President would kill anything with about $75,000. For a year or Attest, OR NIGHT. R E Millet, C. C. Government, lands heretofore cavthe kind. "Will make liberal advaaeis si CaMa so he lived a gay life in Now Yprk AlioainalSupf orli! i?l'n niht lel1 ater 10 p. ml HEKRT W. KNOERR & CO., Bereades Corn, Ac, for sala or shipmsal. ' donated by the Republicans to ofI have no doubt, from what I ciiy, spending his money as quickbuilding, Clinton street, keep in store a mchi Christmas XuptlnU. railroad corporations, but which hear, that a majority of tho Dem ly as he could, and giving himself good supply of FAMILY GROCERIES and is The uinrrsue license 're corporations have failed to com- ocratic Senators and Members of up to intemperauce and gambling. sued byfollowingCourt Clerk Taylor, since he finest brandB of LIQUORS. Good County Caldwell's Higlj School Congress, at this time, are for Finally the $7u,000 was all gone, ait Cockieu. toJs nd low prices. ply with their contracts. McDonald, of Indiana, for Presi- the friends he had gained left him Andrew J Leip, to Mi'm Mattie D. ! George Levi, one of the Lou- dent; and I am equally certain as he descended into poverty, and RidReway, on Dec '23, fc83 THE FIFTH TEAR nill eoauaeM C. HHghlette Wilssn that a majority of the Republican one day ho fonnd hi nsolf without John Smith, to Mr. Mary T. Cabell. isville city defaulters, was fonnd Slonda, Aur. 27th, ISM. S James R .Moo an to Miss" Mary E. Senators aud Members, jusOiow, to eat. He I'OCTJBIilj & BROTHER, ATTORNEY guilty and given three years in the are for Logan, of Illinois. If Con- anythingtho metropolis turned his Drc. 23, 1S83. BROWN-AT LAW and continue nine soaths.addition to Law and reachback on The courxe of study, in y Shelton, to Miss Sallie Stephens, lJiwi-penitentiary, to the utter gress, not the people, had; to se- ed the lowest depths by becoming Dec 26th, 18S3. are now rcoeiving a fresh stock of ough Primary Work, will include of the general public. It lect the nominees, these would be a countrv vagrant. the Natural Science, Uena, DrnrT D ShncV, to Mil Mary B.Kens HICKMAN, KY. Latin and Greek, Book Keeping. Pcama In the winter of 1S75 or 1S7C dav, Dec. 6th. 1RS3. begins to look like a robber, with tho candidates. Most of tho Demship, Elocution and Vocal Cultuie. Mi Family William I promptly remitte money and influence, can bo con- ocrats with whomtalk have been Von Bruening was tho occupant Dec 2fith, Bailey, to Mrs. Mag Sudbtrry, TUITION PXa U0ST1C. hopefully of a little shanty in Black Rock, brought in contact 13 to Mi t. Victoria No's, of titles a specialty. Abstracts W.T Sndberry, victed. Primary of electing tho next President; three or four miles wesi. of Bridge- Jan. 2, 18S4 K N which they offer to the public at fair Intermeiliate, 4 60 and yet I would be uneandid if I port. He frequently slept in barns Leavy Spiders, Jo Miss Rhod I Molls, prices. Best grade of Flour, Meal (bolted will cure dppqwia.heartburn, mk-r. , (N Advanced, . . It .would be a capital idea to should say there were no mutter-ings- . in the locality, did occasional odd Jan. 2, 1834. and unholleJ), Sugars, Coffees, Molasses, kidacy disease, hrer compiiunf, elect United States Senators by Rics, Mackerel, Kraut, &c , he. IST Payable monthly ia Advaaa. Tho Democratic mutterings jobs for tho residents, and obtaincotontD. tad other ttuusc ducascs. Headquarters for Slt, Lime and Cement. B. C. CALDWELL, . vote of the people precisely as are in appreheusion of what may ed his food partly in that way and Henry VVjiHtead, to Mtsa Jennie fliaw, 1 Our farming friends wilt find us fully MAKY CALDWELL, bo done. Por instance, some lead- partly by charity bestowed in the on Dec. 24 h, IS83. Governors are chosen. There is stocked up with Hickman, Ky., August 3, 1883. no good sense in having them ing Democrats say, if the present kitchens of the villagers. His Congress revises the tariff too hmh; Imulemeals, Field Idh &c, Keeps fresh brer on tap, all the time LOWER and LOWER. elected by the Legislature. Take brash, they kill all chances of car clothes were ragged, and a his gen- MIT. TIIOCGHT HE YTXH WHITE. serve customers promptly and tramp, eral appearance that of courteously; which we will sell as low as any one. . All kinds of Groceries hass.sUes, this disturbing matter from the rying ;n ew i one, e w d ersey, j on- - but his bearing impressed thoBC A Trctty lVmnnii of Good Poitllcu as cheap as the cheapest. 1 will set b Give us a call before buying elsewhere. AnulH u IHvorcc. Legislature, and legislators can necticnt, Ohio, or Louisiana. The with whom he came in contact as POWELL k BRO. undersold. J01I3 WITTING. tariff reform replies, let those that of a very mnch higher order devote their time to Kinia Baltimore, Dec. 11. Emmu J. rroeorles States go and we will gain West- thau the ordinary vagrant, no Ilarringion has applied to the Cir- tors. W. DIESTELBRINK make up for them, was very reserved regarding liim- - ruit Court for a divorce from bcr ern States to 25cts Lower than the Lowest The great hope seii, aim no one aoout iiiacuKocn jlusband, ltobert Fearing, on tho R. B. BJIEYAUD, I have no clerk expansss no stora rent Faiaaily The Constitutional term of the &c. So it goes.harmony enriches the blood and purifies lhe rests up- learned Ins name or anything of) ground of miscegenation. It ap for Democratic Kentucky Legislature is GO days. on the solid Democracy, and abili- his personal lnVtory. One day in. spac to name all arlieles, tat a iptem; cures vrcaknesi, lack of nd pay cah for all uy Groceries, and, DEALER 15 j,eiir8 thatltobert therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- NOtrouble to show goots. ntTf, etc. Try bottle. This is amplo time to elect a Uni-- ty of such leaders as Carlisle, Ran- the spring he tramped over to, feudant, is of suth Fearing, the de a light complex ndome and see, at th coraar of Troy est. Best brands of WiMenbcrg and Lone ted States Senator, discuss the dall, Morrison, and others, and it liruigepon. 'lhe sigiit ot musi-j0Star Flour, 26 cents cheaper than the low-- and Moscow Avenue. East Hickrar, S.y that the evidences of African JOI1N WITTING. revenue laws, school law, and' is known that a close alliance and cal instruments in tho windows of (blood in his eins are not friendship is grovring up between VUSJ! kW3Sa&i store awakened his pas-- miishable. He was employed in road law, and make such changes Randall and Carlisle, which it is sa MERCHANT TAILOB. "the- the United States Keenue e &$38i as a majority desire. This is all believed will result in harmonizing sion for music. He entered JAJIJKS HOGER, and asked the consent ofri0 Service, and married Miss that need be done, aud if they will the Democracy. the proprietor to play upon one Harrington in Castme, Maine, KKXTDCKT, HICKXAX, Washington hasth"'""' fS of his pianos. Tho latter, more Mav 8, 1S79. Sho supposed him ignore private bills they cau adBZrSESE.tTIflO of an city in the worl Capt. G. CffiSia, ?e OUt, Of CUriositT than anvtllintr tn fin nCtlm naiii'msi-Rnh. journ in that time. HARDWARE, STOVES AHMIHWARS, cost tho GoverniueT Isl6.0? 8 tho desired permission. ; scnuoutly Fearing took his wife B. S., HHBjS. &. SOK", HAVING RETURNED TO HICKMAt, r-of JolJai? unconnets to tki pt r (Clinton Strej r .U tj5jiraiyorckoy8tyLa.yQoUuCarolina to visitt Ws rela ic ami M old eitompTt that he can fr Mq Ui onW Tron prepATmtlon lbt .inTa difficult compo-rtrs- . & JKCfe Union Ulvy- lr.ionsas n.l theIfeTTTiTS-niato fonnd over CowgiU's Lrag S'ore, Clinw does not color the teeth, xnd will not no executed with an her surprise sh'e discovered her .tvgr;8oirom the .most cause headache or constipation, u Tennessee, Street, Hickman, Ky Nashville, (Tean.,) District, promises lo make lady's parlor floorT anu proeisiou imu hnsbaiut to do ot Aincan oescent. And ts tend to sere th pnblls In kls ,15 other Iron preparations will. Xc5Job "Vork done to order. Roofing CEALEBI IS y iins. J FULL LINE OF SAMPLES r changed tho proprietor's She is now a resident of Maryland, Spouting, Ac, a Siccia1ty. a most useful (I1A worthy member, constructod that th, . ,,, , , J UST RECLIYED. .,' r wnuui xeuuessee win 606 teet ana itin ra . -- o earn curiosity into wonder and admira- - and as miscegenation is prohibi-- uU uaeui S- - 3S 3C age wheels doesn'tmako the noise tion. A promise was obtained ted by tho laws of Maine, she asks cC be proud. A visitor to Washing-- they do on ordinary streets. The from tho iramp musician to call at a Jeeree declaring tho marriage AMILY ffROCERY ton is struck forcibly with his streets and avenues are named tho music store next day. There uuu fr0m tho date of its celebra-h- e EICKMAN MARBLE "WORK was mei by two or thice Bridge- tion. Sho is pretty and has abun- earnest atteution to bnRinoRK. oi.' for the different States, and the 0X0 o. HICKMAN, KY. ways in his seat audalwavB so no numerous parks aud public squares port musicians, whose interest had, (iaut means. have (DAYIS OLD STAND.) torical been aroused by what the propri-a.re . . it and imw fhat.v ! f . MW , SOKSS, All kinds of fa.wAb siaincatiee. i.umosiai every tura etor ot tlie music store had told Mrs. James P. Caldwell rodo on reauily into favor With the Mem-- - vnii sir rnnfrnnted with a lionntf them. Their inlorcst was deepSTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES oxo other day from bers, and thereby will Goon acquire Prk and tho statue of some hero, ened and their friendship won a free pass theLeadville, Ool., to Mexico, Mo., to Ladies and all sufferers from feouit, atVr Keeps the Terr best makes of Beer, fresh Italian and American Mabbm usually kept In a an influence that will redound to li is also noticeable that scarcely wnen they heard the tramp play. seo her son. This pass was given torn prices. hptena, and kindred and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to uny oi iuo painiings or statuary Beyer presented him with new MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE the boneiit of his people. ttCI find it vrUhout an eqii. to her husbaud and herself twen- FXNCr CANDIES, serve customers. TEAS. run further back ia the country's MINCE-- JEA A T, STONES. ago and is a life pass for PICKL SM history than the late civil Avar. learned that he was a native 0f. Jars wu CRANEERRIE3, HOMINY, O&ITS IT seems to bo well known, and Lincoln's memory enjoys rather a Stuttgart, in Wurtemberg. His bo.Ju' "d l)a8 th.emf received a fine lot of ". It HAVING Italian Marble, I am pre in " UllltKe(l Sjates. never disputed so far as we have monopoly in this line. There is fathe? was Gen. Frederick Von H. A. & E. T. Tyler Jti JCCgTDTO pared to fill all orders. Call and ezaminr orth .,..,-Mafi,;0 Qai-- Timuiwas given Washington monument, to be heard, that one Caldwell, a Repre- tho work ur : 5!. vBB: ,i Miesonri Bailroad Company after Orders from the country promptly Sugar, CoiTees, Sopc( sentative from the city of Louis- sure, to tho rear of the White tl,e 1'ad rcspec tfully declmcd the raaj26 WiIl not be nndersold. House, and Jackson's equestrian another one was tho morganatic! company offer of :i gift of J?10 000. ville, bought his seat in the Ken otntno rifrlir in .tu frnnf nn1 rn i Will pay fall price for BatUr, Bggs, M ...., ,...u v,u wife of a brother of Brince Ho- . . ,"""""V. " usy legislature. Tho charge the front portico of the Capitol henlohe. He was a graduate of "u luu ifc '"I'lr". :,, V" Proclamation by the Governor HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, who were well to A'OTIGE. waa made openly in the Louisville stands a statue of Columbus with, Oehrintren. the colleges of uei.n uiocounc THE BARTER GROCIRY- $10,000 a gift do papers, and details givon, at tho an immenso ball in his hand and delberg and Jena, and was educa is in the world Hannibalof .1 umt: On or about the 24th of November 1883 50 O BiSWASlID. ATTEND TO ALL LOSINESS told by tho we th' undersigned, offered a reward of asningion aooui mty yaras in ted to music by Limlpnintcr, the tinio of the election. The Ken- entrusted to their care. M. MONTGOMERY, 500.00, for the arrest of the murderer of 18G1'.?e Co"feferate his irnni. inni;iiir iiu all the world noted conductor at the Theater- J MR. J. his friends and the puhllo that to tucky Legislature onght to inves like the old gentlemen were out RnvalA. WnrfP.nihRr.-'-. The Baron bushwhackers set fire iu iiiy bridge Wlierean it has been mmle known to me Office Millet Block. our father Hillman King and Amanda bov8-7- 8 he j , .. . Fulton Kt id reward is now withdrawn, and all has opened a new and fresh supply tf tigate the charge. If it be true, for a game of ball; but with these was at one time uonsul oi fans, over Young's creek, and Mr. Cald- - by K S Murrll, County judge of day of kinds of Faxilt Gxocebiii, which k countr, that on or about the 21th the public will ta'-- notice the Administra CU Kt UUL Ul UCU III BCiloun IU TIT young Caldwell onght to be rill sell as low as lbs lewtst. He la y exceptions, everything is directed rtuumiiiiuiyi, rtf o.l :., 41. .1c w4i..u,1u,u. lyivtv i,n. flo.nno itnli o nftil nf November. 1S83. in the county of Fulton, tor ha oflred a reward of 51000 00. !, at al! times to exchaage Grceerisi at xiiiinj . bi. ,( i.... v State of Kentucky HILLSMtX KING 'm nmnn S KE3PKCTFOLI.Y, . to the honor and glory of tho civil was a uipiomai at. uie XUULlltO. . or, if false, his innocence cash pricei for Baiter, Igjs, Chieksat, ar ARTHUR KINO, L. war heroes. The four sides of the and on many occasions danced aer xuen ne uurn,!U lo Heu and.MANDA KINO wore nmniered by C. established. any kind of marketing thai the fanalag 1 A. N. KING. iraua to give tno aiarm, leaving Borne pernon or persons unknown, anil that new Pension office, an immense with tho Empress Eugenie. 'riends aay bring in. The higksii Dee. 14 St. keep the naid peiiton or peraons unknown are now ATTORNEY Ar LAW Gen. Geant fell from his door- structure, iB Ailed with carvings Ton Bruening, until he met with fire wife and children to a bitterly fugitives from jiwtice going t large; and kit prico alwaya paid. m check. It was J. M. MONTGOMERY & B20. step in STew York Christmas day, of regiment after regiment of sol- tho injury that resulted in his cold night and Mrs. Caldwell had sail judge ha'ing recommended that asaid beoflered for the apprehension of diers marching into (he South. death, continued to reside in' o wrap Collector, Real Estate Agent. f l OOO REV 'RD! snd seriously injured the sciatic Tho United States Senate cham- Bridgeport, and to support him- her children in blankets unknown fugitive or fugitives.' THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY nerve. Do you know what that ber is the most interesting place self byWhing music. His early ' Jut Jeymte JUe eold they work ed Now, therefore I, J Proctor Knott, Got ILL. as the Administrator of Hills HICKMAN, KY. rian King, piy One Thousand Dollar t" UAVIUKUIDHV.U v..v ...... uv ernor of the Commonwealth aforeiaid, Iuo is J The country has been alarm- to me in Washington, for here you reverse, however, had so far brot r tbe arret and enviction of the person bridge, however, had been reduc ereby offer a reward of FIVE HUNDREDsee those whom the people of this ken his spirit that ho had no amand co IJVK, PROGRESSIVE, FOFUZiAB ed at his condition, and telegrams iJSf Will attend pionptlj to ah ;.m. or p?roni who murdered said King and ed to a mere shell Mrs. ualuwcil DOLLARS for the aporch nvon of nesg entrusted him in Southeteri his vife at their home, near Hickman, Ky . The Cheapest and Best Family Xewnaper la of inquiry pouring in from all great country have crowned with bition beyond earning a bare live- knew that it could not bear up a victiou of Naid unknown mil derers HILLSM KISOand AMANDA KING; Kentu"X' ant Northwestern Tennessee the liner part of November, 1&83. misauthropical, tho South, their highest honors. With half lihood. - In testimony whereof, I have here quarters. Several thousand other dozen exceptions tho Senate is .. .. livtwl He . was ... W'l R lirkSKlhln train that was almost due, and, oq Tniifl n ...fc Sppoial attention given to the invest igi. Refer to Arnberj:'s Sons. nnil .Al .V. ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. the tion 1... int ban I, and omi Land titles, j J A STUBBS, Ada'r. men fell, in the same way, perhavs composed of old, gray hatred men, apart from his follow-meThe! ,luri.vmg lo ner nouse, sue gui, a If L. P. unto ofelthe Commonwealth to be sale of Real Estate. and the purchase All th Kw Arricnltoxkl Dprtnrnl CbKArwi's jan? Hittman, Ky, Dec 7, ISS3. af anu stoou on tne onugc ( Frankf-rt-- . and the body is conducted with cause of his coming to this coun laniern the J affixed from the same cause, but wo hear Done at SSSSESSShtfea?1 try and descending to tho life of 6th day ot Decetnler. in the year w- HO alarm RR to thmr cnnrlitinn tuu utmost craviiy aim uurniiv. Ot INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, and eiyht A terrible headache next morning To. sit for a day, examining from a tramp is a secret which died night until that train with its of our Lord one thousandninety,hundred year To Old icdTcrang alike. SaUctibo foe second freight of human life had been eighty three, and iu the Sale and Livery Stable. tho gallery, tho features and man with him. generally ends the scene. of the Commonwealth y3jgaV-g.5iwarned and stopped,. w Sil ners of such men as Bayard, Sner-ma5,sv r t" at Ji KJ3 J PROCTOR KNOTT. Depend on Vourxelf. Logan, PendletoTi, &c, is a By the Governor The Kentucky Legislature is THE Fight your own battle. Hoe the SenJ. A McKenzie, Secretary of State. & irtmt Ho Wnn Cry lag Aboat .1 wow fu session, and will remain in work of inteiest. Ask no favor of f- your own row. ate was incidentally discussing session several months merely inances and the tariff, or as they any one, aud you will succeed Boiton Globe. KENTUCKY STREET, LIST OF BARGAINS. better than those who are always Little Freddie is a bright boy of through form aud custom if noth- call it here and beseeching patronage. No one nve years, lias just oegun to go to About 20 acres of land near corporation ing else. !Nb general legislation constantly on hand for hir THECREAT Yesterday I spent in the Su will help as you can help yourself, school, and, unfortunately, is learn- line, West Hickman, known a Itlockn No. KEEPS sale is expected by the people though preme because no one will be so heartily ing fast to use profane language. 6 snd 7, fronting on river, running back to Through Trunk Line HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS our school laws and read laws af J.O me Court of the United States.- interested in your affairs. Tho One day his mother reproved him, the Wilson line. tllO KOflriR irnw mnrA iimilRHaving purchased the slablA, horse cheap. ford m admirable field for good.ing than imposing. When the 'first stop will not bo such a long and told him God did not love Dray and Harnet, about new,and all nec- and nnlire outfit of W. D. Plumror Nice new set Butcher's Too'b, j one, perhaps; but carve yonr own boys that swore. He stamped his essary fixtures for first olass meat shop. we propose to continue thn huinf, un works. Acts for the relief of court is about to open, the solicit patronage way up the mountain, anu stand foot, frowned, and exclaimed: "I DavenPlows, Hughes and incorporating lodges, &c.,lnouucement is male, "O yes, o firm in that whiie you chop out do wish somebody had a largely below cost. made me port." make, another. Men who have made that warn't so pertiklor!" As A bargiin. their fortunes are not tiiose who time wore on Freddie grew worse, AH the machinery belonging to the Flour in as the have had tivo thousand dollars instead of better. His mother ing Mill, known a songWhite Mill, longHick, meshort or man, for ale at Dnt no praohcal State legislation. i 'ir..T..u""sa T given them to start with, but they became so anxious that sho deci- tre, as you may wish. . S dollar ded to write his father a letter Corn" Crualisr, with knife attachments. EEPS all kinds of etaplt and fans with, their great black gowns on started with a A Yeae or two ago, a Mr. Craw- - OT WilaWtc&aHgeandwltk Sped UfiTtaltf few Window Frames, Sash and Joi3U A air ft Tllftin ari4- it. . Imn nnf or two. Men who have, by their about it, said sire being away on Th Key Wterlmr7 TVleh, EUm TVtolfec, Jlekla acquired fame, business at the time. Sho asked left over from building for sale ford, of Maiden, Mo., was killed, audience standing untilthe Judjres own exertions, Cue, bandtomr, dombU ad wamaled to keep perfect SHQUTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Many o'her aricle toonumeroaa to menUse. EETAIL PRICE THE WOBLD OVER, aLift. have outstretched their hands and him to write Freddie a letter on tion arextremely low rrices aud the murder charged to one are seated I heard Senator "nnrliI, Milan, nd Unmboldt Utb THE COMMERCIAL FOB and Conrectioneriea. Will be i YEAR AM 7H touched the public heart. Men the matter, and in duo time came Call to see us and learn what bargain yon see his old customers, and will pleased to WATCH FOR 0W.Y $3.60, THE TW argue a case before the both sum a Tim FOR THE PRICE 8F 6NC which ran like this can get NORTH & a11 who win love do thoir own wooing, a missive them in price and quality. Call and ? M.ra, a detective, andyoung Nasb. conrt; and 5t Is a fact that Tie TVmterlmrj Welch Com pea j haa e. Selktil rem ac Don't foriet that we are t&tion fermeklo? the beet cheap Wtch la th WorM. appearances from tho audience, and l never knew one to laii so "Dear Freddie A little bird told cording to quality, 60 centspellingFlour, bar- at. "Quick Sale? nrd SrraH lower per one U eeat known as the -- Bid." The trial of on 0f these great he under?old me what a bad boy I had," etc. CARS Wltbont Chanjt rm not nix dji endfrom the Fetorj vflteHlhaTtegbeearaa for Jndges actual-thes- signally as one who had induced After reading the letter euefallr regulittd. It rase 37 noon in town. ""a-thnn any bat ont '""S" tc pnacipu wtth one wkxiin?, end trill lut Jer reen. to him, relLime and other housereduced prices affectionate grandmama to parties has recently occur-- f ly went to sleep during the argn-re- his Cement at TtUj U tbe Fumer'i Wileb, the Ulser1 WeleB.th iPJgHERiN AND EASTERN CITIES. Leborer1 Welch, tbe Eoj'e Welch, the 8ohcwl obr POWELL & BRO. Barham was sentenced to nient. It was dry enough to sleep sneaka good word for him. Wheth the child seemed to take it to heart Welch In fed, Upon receipt of te.JO by rejretered THREE TRAINS DAILY order, the Witchererybodt'e Welch. br Wter or aaeoey er you work for fame, for love, for so seriously, and cried so longand Dec 14 4w. ar 80Ptndly nn?eS will be fonrarded me be hung, young Nash given ten zsree BT tM line, ankla g AH persona money, or for anything else, work bitterly, that his mother thought of vith ehergee erepeid, sad the C03OCEBCIXL wfll b aKV tt ie mjiled rcgaleily for one jter, peetega free. SwCOHEEOTIOlIS AHD QUI0EE8I HO VTta T. Pltunmor. .v,ars in the penitentiary, - iw'-sufficiently punished, and said: with, your hands yonr heart and him c'L ' d ANOTHER OFFER. rorac 'orward aid ett.j' thf r x wll Fmith was acquitted. Tlie Mai-- , the CotJeier a description of!my your Drain, eay, "i wuu" anu ("jyrcuuie, n you area goou ooy j7z coxcaroaiT. COMMEBCIALofend Saheerlben to the WXSKLT Per ft Club twelre inproreas d den Clipper says Smith was the vi6it to the National Botanical some day yon will conquer. Xev-- after this, papa will forgive you ; An election will be held at the city Hall, b placedholding el aims cMlertki-i- ; Jll.fie, the getter op e theClaV Sceklnc homes on th ar ''st aai" be presrated, ell cherae prepeld, irtth eow of the) in the citv of Hickman, Ky , on Monday persons . jnll IU. . wmreHwui principal m the crime, and that Garden, the National Museum, the er let any man have it to say, "f now, don't cry any more." "I January 7th 1834, to elect a Mayor and sis are reqifStot to prenent Wetchee, wbieh will eeet afseujwBen ttdeTerywhew.' """ optr recti.. 1 Tf.low rat. w .wf. f . Seed for eemple eoplee end go to irk. t.te citizens generally believe that Smuhsonian Institute, the Bureau have dragged you up!" Too many ain't crying about that, but I just Councifmen to serve for the year 1SS1. ly provea, ior pivmcnt Addxeev e. or il?.U 'iMJ Company tor ratt , roetta damn little wish I knew 1hft inrv that acrmittfirt Dim vam ! LAURA TLUMMEn, THE OOMMEHOWL, r ur.AIBOKE, G. P. &T.A. m "vw 0i jcrfugraviuguuu ,i t 'j. .. wuoio friends hurt a man more than uone that was thatwhat my papa." bird By order of the City Council ." "f jrrmting, i Lcnjftvltte. Ky. Administratrix toltL It. E. Miixirr, O. G. jji MJa al an t they make the money,) Corcoran's u fTr i Wall street operators Washington, d 1 C. ec 22, 18S3. take quite a book to write of all Lifil viilTi sb'i aiedi i 1 ' m DEPOT FOR THE OLD -- Vice-Presiden- t, RELIABLE DL--STUFFS, Cutrcr-CttLr.- -. t..,, n, CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE Tilll ." hf.conai-tt:0- 1' bap-gai- n. gm-erall- y. W". d. ADDITION BSOWN T - J. fol-l- o 1 DBUGS V HOME IA.IiSrTS To-co- s, to-da- y A. F.RISt - Drewrf, w COO qUlMUs-ORANIID- ir Jt QQVTmZit Hmm Perfumer? LIQUORS. I Hew Stosk Da-ti- p, aston-jftliuie- nt Higka-Mathematic- IRON BITTERS m hf, u, . ,,,' 1 BROWN'S IRON BITTERS BEER SALOON H. F. FSTHS, .... K"? f feb9-'S- 3 Groceries. n distiu-Leigh- 's 1 - Ma-stor- ; , . rf m,. -- - BROWN'S IRON BITTERS smMg? fgtaS8r'sg3 t. jmmm Joliii ft $ - ; m BROWN'S TIVOLI HALT, Jos. j 3" c ' , BITTERS Prop'r. h. Judge, first-class nea-ralgi- a, com-pbun- u, ; ' nni . "? ,',lr . TZ A 1 . 1 -- I vs Attorneys at Iiaro, mmm m i --- p. JW .t- -, e ex-polle- d; rsa-d- I RANDLE f ie-wa- I COMMERCIAL. I .fcj jwww--.--- v "l -- u T , - 11 n, r 1 -- To-da- y Fakis Parker, "ee-nanee- "ta-refe- ." an-sherif- Su'ky-breaki- rs firat-clai- -- XV;, ' 1 J. W. ROGBE-- a jUsrf well-earne- d I Ed-Smlt- h, GROCEBIEF lt,fn-Won'- snloou-keope- r, Bar-Imunt- ls i ! : t EAST e d: 1 Z1ft J?! . i i i-- f -II fit-- te ?rr th-- 1 .i P1 . 1 j m.