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" ' x - ZM.mc'a'K TrTrei - - 1 att - By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. ft 11 ' mCE-Hfl- nie Bnlldln;, Clinton St. 'PTnifMAM ii -a n m a i m k w 1 m. e , ' nnTTPTTiVR i j ;m v u i vhv-v-.- . ; -- 4 Fine :JobrPrihtin"' EXECUTED ., .r C. With Neatness and Disp3tch. m, wj:jmw&- - sals bilxs, e:tvblopess I.ETTEK-HEAD- 1 , 1 - if 5 & .aEORGE- - "WARREN, Editor: ,r ljj boen. - The Oldcsr IS'ovspiipfiu Western iAntuckv. . -- - Price of Subscription, $2. 177 ESTABLISHED I860. A HTCKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. JANUARY A 18. 1SS4. VOL. XiaENoV 16. A Uns"! KenaMce. iSP s '" . INVITATIONS,;, 3ais v, ETC., ETO, -". ojmjXi .Ajrrx pgqjfcj tju P. r coni-.,"-- M I had the wreck occur about four miles from the city, so as to preHe Is saunt and thln,.with a rajrgthl coat, vent any contradictory reports from A FcrapKy IJiil nnJ a hunted look; . . No sonjjs of melody burst from his throat getting in too soon. I even hunted up As he seek repose tn some quiet iiooic a list of the excursionists, winch had A safe retreat from this world of sin. been published in a rival newspaper, And all or itstootsand stones and that Tor the Hfo of a cat is a life of din. and, cutting it in two, headed " , If he Is a city cat. D'Ead!' and tho other half 'Hoijuiijly IIeItmitnpyandetunipi-anold and gray, Manglej!' and then incorporated it in With a sleepy look In his lonely eye. . my account. 1 went so far a? to pick (The other he lost at c, niatinee Knocked out by a boot from a window h'fh). out the names of ilveor sixladies whom "Wherever he goes, ho never knows I recognized as prominent in'Quarter or pause In the midnight spat, (the excursionists were nearly.all women 1'or the life of a cat is a life of blows, and children), and made thern subjects If ho Is a city cat. of special paragraphs, dwelling upon He is pelted by loys if 1? &lrs abroad. their shocking mutilation, and picturHe chased by Uojrs If he dares to roam: ni jrrlzzled tosom has never thuwod ing the gorr scene in all its sickening Xsath tho kindly blure of tho lhrht of home; details. The whole thing Vound up His life's n warfare, wairod with a description of how tli coaches On balcony, back yard fence, and llat; For the life of a cat is a life butrnc'eiJl caught Jire. and burned, twp pr 4hroo IT he is a city cat. dozen of the victims alive.- "When the fatal night cam around, The countrya-i- t Is a different beHut, Petted, demure and sleek; rr seemed as if everything conspired in Throe times day ho Is called U feast. bad been .rtmi wjiynouiii be not 1m quiet and ineok? my faor. I t 1... i. a little afraid of L .. .i. r..- , t n 101 iiu u;ri :i t.i.:? i uri'iiin, cin cn.is una war inu liuu nous sleep on the mat; py,ery-- j to foremen, of scrutini.ing thing as though he was personajVjTft., rsi?dns!lc for tinfttnUmgnts of tho paAn'l even when dead, the city cat per; but 'on that particular nilit he got With otriJcnt members tmeasy Jlos beastly drunk, and slapped in everyIn some wlley way, and scms staring at Acotntn? foe with his wild, vridu oyes. thing in a perfectlv reckless manner. I olKxly owns him and nobody earos was glad of it, for" I didu,"t v,ant any Anothcrileail "Tom," and who mourns for one to sfiarathe credit witli me. I read that If hoa only a city cat. the proof myself, and, to 'make a long Providence rrtas. story shortthe paper came out with my lioax displayed the next moruing. '"I didn't go to bed at all that night, . AN STOItV. so as to be on hand the first thing and Wliy Jlr. Haddock 'Went Into the Coal watch developments: and when 7 walked up to the office after br&kfasf I was BiiIiic'. While I tv.is on the train soitig from delighted to see how the papers were Lcadrillc to Colorado Springs, a couple selling. Men wouldn't wait for any of years ago, chance threw me into the change, but would tear company of a rcnlleman namod George read like mad; and I knew from scraps "W. Haddock, who run a large coai yard of conversation I heard as I passed on Larimer Street, in Denver. I had along that everybody was talking about known him slightly before; he was it. I remember, too, that there was an a stoutly built, middle-age- d man, and unusual number of hacks dashing past, always seemed to me to have a rather and 1 noticed with secret joy that they exclusive and. austere air about him; were all jvointod toward the depot. but when we fell 10 talking, as folks T 'ras a little surprised, thonsh. to see will do on the cars, fonnd him a very the street in front of the office blocked clever and agreeable companion. H"e with people, and also at the corner, was, however, an extremely practical W;hcre I encountered a largcdclcgation man, and constantly applied his. no who infuiircd'lheway. I dircclod them, doubt, very praiseworthy business but 1 saw with an eerie feeling that the habits to every-da- y life reducing the gentleman who appeared tto besthe splendid bluo mountains we could, see spokesman, carried "a bueketof tar, in unuer out of the window to their heiirht in las nana ana nau a ieatner-uofeet, speculating upon tho possibilities his arm. or pasturing mule? on the beautiful "It seoms strange to me, now that I rolling plain between, and calculating look the matter over calmly and distho square yards of timber in the gran3 passionately, that it did not strike me old pine forests in such a way as to as peculiar that several mon in the strip all the picturesqueness oft" a land- crowd carried long, rough rails, or scape and leave nothing but a dry that there was a weird, solemn hush tkelotou of facts and figures. Still, with upon the multitude, as though they all this, he was, as I have said, a very were expecting some one; but was so full of jov and satisfaction that I pleasant and :greeable gentleman. I was a newspaper reporter at the olimbod up to the editorial rooms, feeltime, and our conversation happened to ing only that I had succeeded beyond drift upon my profession. Mr. Haddock my wildest anticipations, and had only to await my reward. Presently, from remarked: a kind of "I was a newspaper reporter once down below, I lieardlouder, andmurmur then a myself, although, perhaps, you would like the sea, only man talking at the top of his voice, apnever have thought it."' To tell the truth. I never wonld. for parently expostulating or explaining J Leheved Mr. Haddock to be the most something. Then somebody came up matter-of-fac- t and prosuic of men, and, Mjrs iuur tswps ai iiuie, iinu me proin an inoffensive way, I told him so. prietor burst into the room. His name Keally, had I been a'sked to pick out was O'Xiel. I can see him now. He the least imaginative of things, I do was a short, fat man, with a ring of not know whether'i'shonltlbavfe selected stubby black hair, like a monk's, around,, Mr. Haddock or the multiplication his head. Ho had a copy of the paper iu his hand, and as soon as he saw me table. Well," he said, squaring himself he assumed a most peculiar expression ft was something like that of a man around so as to face mc and. block off retreat. "I am not surprised, for I who sits down on a tack and endeavors firmly believe that the event wh;oh to appear unmoved. I fried to look drove me out of the profession drove at modest and worthy. " 'Haddock,' he said, in a suppressed the same" time every spark of fancy and imagination out of my composition, and voice, pointing to my article, 'Haddock, lilled me with such n'clread and horror do j'ou know ho did this?' " 'Yes, sir.' of such things that, if I have ever in" 'Who?' dulged them since, it has been stealthi" 'I, sir.' ly, like people sometimes indulge bad at tho floor, "He, kuptlooking-dow- n habits on the sly.'" so I could see only his bald circle I hare He paused, and his eyes assumed that glassy, inward look," which I have alluded to, but I "noticed it turned a noticed always precedes a reminiscenoo dean, royal purple, and the thought struck me that may be the' knowledge with some people. of haying me on tfie staff for so long "A ;ood many years ago," he went on, "i secured a position on a daifv without knowing my merits was going paper published well, it doesn't make to prove too much lor him. He bore up under it. though, an' particular difference to you where; something in his throatyand, swallowing said, in a calm it was in one of the large Eastern cities, ' I can remember now What a deathly; though. Before this all my newspaper experience had.heen in the'Wcst- - Now, calm tone it was: " Then let me inform yon, sir, that you may happen to known thatouthere there is. not that morbid craving for no such an accident ever took place.' " 'I know it,' I said, grinning. truth that characterizes Atlantic jour"A rich, prismatic wave of color, nalism, and I had been taught that a straightforward, honest, candid- lie, like a piece of it rainbow combining all well dressed up aud tenaciously stuck tints, passed over O'Xiel's bald spot, to, answcicd every purpose when news and, lest he might fall in a lit, Itook was short. I was young, then, enthu- the paper out of his hands and pointed siastic, and full of grand, visionary with a triumphant chuckle to the date. " 'Don't you kuow,' I cried, gayly, schemes of doing something startling, 'that everything goes on April 1st? that would make me suddenly famous. "He stared at me for an instant, and At that time I was firmly convinced that I was a remarkable genius, and that as then he burst'into a wild laugh; it wa soon as the people in the East found it not at all natural, but a kind of a gurout, 1 would have no difficulty in getting glinginsane tound, such ag you hear a a job as proprietor of one of the metro- star at a theater make just before he politan dailies. I would not, I thought, grabs his forehead, you know, and break tin? news to them too harshly or s3's, 'Me brain reels!" " 'Do I understand 3011,' he finally suddenly, but dally with them for a senseless, anil while, and then, allat once, blaze out. asked, 'that "Well, I found matters a little differ- false, and idiotic should properly go toent from what I had anticipated, and day?' "I did not see the low, covert meanhrd no difllculty dallying. The city ing in hi words, and' said yes. editor was a cold, "soulless crea" 'Then conic with me;' lie answeredl ture, who did not have the least hesi'we have, something, to say tq you in tancy in boiling down a n ' flight of fancv to a two line item, and the counting-room- .' j" "Heavens! Whv did? I follow nira? seemed to take jrreat pains to extract all the bright, joyous little tictions out Wliy did I trust 'him? O, why did I .In moment ript and leave it a barren not instantly lly? havetho, calm put often thdso instance, one night of after years, I when a stable burned down he cut out questions to mysolf; but I was guileless a column of splendid descriptive mat- then, and saw none of the deep, lurking ter about tho Miro liend,1 the 'lurid red treachery of his proposition. tongues of flame,1 'the department be"I remember, as in a dim, unpleasant ing 'promptly an hand,' and 'the alarm dream, that the cilice was full of peoringing out on the midnight air,' that ple; I remember that O'Xiel yelled out would nave been considered superb out 'Here he is!" then of several "men sudWest, you know, and asked me what in denly peeling oft their coats; I rememthe dickens I meant by not telling what ber I inquired curiously whether there street the barn was on and who owned was going to be a fight, and of one of it. ijln.that way he suppressed me and them replying that some- folks might kept me down, but in my heart of not call it a light, but just simply a hearts I .was convinced that it was only massacre. fear, and that lie had discovered mv "Afterward," Mr. Haddock went" on, genius aud was aware if he gave me the j wiping the perspiration from his ' foreleast show I would instantly supercede head, "afterward, when I laj- - tossing him. So I bided my time and watched and gibbering on nry narrow iron cot for an opportunity. at tho hospital, and watched the golden i'lt ,o happened that in the latter summer weeks drift slowly past Into part of 'March tho city editor wont oft the mellow autumn, and learned to on".a visit and left in his place a very keep my false teeth in, I vowed that if slipshod, iellow named Perkins, Avh'o kind Providence spared me. and let the letthings take just about their own tar get entirely oil" my back, I would course. Here was my chance, and devote the remnant of my life to some wBBe T was thinking In what particu- pursuit that offered no 'tcniptatidns to lar manner to blaze, the idea of getting stray off into the fair fatal paths of up a 1st of April hcax strupk me like fancy. You piay think, sir, that.Uhe an inspiration, aud I adopted it at coat, Business 15 incompatible with my once. In the course of the day several vow, but I get around that by hirin- a subjects for it suggested themselves to young man of fertile imairina'tiOt'in me, but I rejected them as being too term trie scales, and I never off the simple or 'not ixteresting enougli for books myself, sir, nevcr-a- nd 'that is the jieople, for,;ou sea 1 was deter- why ah J but upon mv word," mined to paralyze tho entire commuhimself, staring suddenly nity at one 'ell swoop. Pinally I set- of tho window, "Jienfs. mv gettinc-of- out i tled' down on wrecking an excursion place. Good .day, sir. $tick,,to"the train that was due early on the morning cold Xacts. You may not have so much of" the ,1st; as conibming the most excitement, but; you'll live longer if pointSiOf .advantage. you do. and cat more regularlvoxibd "When I come to look back at it day, sir; pleasant trip to vohi"" throph "the lapse of years a'.id mist of As the. train pulledotvt'he was standtime," Mr. .Haddock went on, in alowj ing on the platform. He had nuite'ro-covcrc- d Was, indeed, himself, and waved me a cold deep-lai- d plot, and what 3. cheerful, '""""' ";tu mem, in anaruinarvvoune creature must have CITY GAT. one-half d well-house11 Friend of "Unser Tnl." Mr. Henry Sauer, a genial Orman, keeps a saloon at Xo. S Grand street, Brooklyn. The surest way to his sym- Cathies is to recite the glories achieved and Kaiser Wilhelm iu the n late war. A recent occurrence, however, has soured- - his hitherto guilcjess affection for his illustrious About two weeks ago a burly German with a big scar on his neck enteral the boarding-hous- e and applied' 'for two Franco-Prussiafellow-countryme- Pieather's Trouble!. Ba g Tork-Pack'n- ?. THE DAIRX" Tn J111-5- at vuvyu -- i 1 n. weeks' from Germany," he told the worthy proprietor, " and am on my way to California. Do you see this scar? Donner-wette- r, but I laid out the rascal, of a 'Frenchman jvho gave me.tuat!" ested. lodging. "I have just come war?" asked Mr. Sauor, at once inter1 "You were in tho Franco-Prussia- n BB7V jiii-,ii;ui- 1 uyin-mo- "Was I? From the time the first shot was tired to our triumphant ontr into Haris! I fought at Wcjscnbourg overj-wlffffS- A man bearing a very largo bunch of Eusnenders. the loose ends of which danglod about as he walked along, was ffoiujr up Washington in tho neighbor hood of School Street. On the samo thoroughfare, coming tho other way. was a gentleman who was recognized to be ono of our noted divines .1 "ia'1 who uot only fills his pulpit ably on Sunday, but is for his good n hdeeds and uprisihtness. As he mean- dorod about among t he passers, ho talkcl earnestly to himself and emphasized his sontfments bj-- an occasional gesture with his right hand. Whether ho w as in the midst of the sixthly of his next Sund:i3's sormon or was only laying down tho law to the wicked politicians is not known; but it is knowii that when ho got opposite tht man with the suspenders, in tne cui r nf an elabo rs he thrut imp rate well-know- u. lnnrnnand t 1U1V "mm mv "..VIS"1 tWs gives to farmers in tho MCiBit3;of busiue? centers a ready .TjItrat"e in fresh pork moat? has Catty .... for a11 thor",? cheese factories, most of which are situated in the Northern counties of tho Illinois there arc 412 butter and rub', althoujrh ribs and cm jay be cured in the same ' man- H4ams, and sometimes tho hooks iprMr loins, ribs, chines and hocks are sOUjdfc fa, as a notsaltcl or otherwise cured. P:irts of the animal State. Twenty jeafl was married afterwar blessed the uul wife &ubscnueE Mrs. W. takins ti aray in'thiseity a ladv officer, apd girl-bab- vkviuii " - nrncSartil 'PfJ -- ge-.tm- v them-opou-an- d K one bj- one blown to pieces by those demons of women, tho petro'ouAes Fnally rm turn came. Already I .a b the filled with raised to bo dashed at me, when our brave troops made their final atta k on the city. Ever3' one nish-off and I was alone. I made my waj-- to tho scene of combat, and bofotv I cou'd regain our lines was stabbed iu t he neck hand-bomiiirro-glyeer-i- exclaimed the enthusiastic landlord; "you take a drink." " Oh, that was nothing," continued the hero, wiping tho froth from his lips with his sloeve. "At Sedan I received the commission from Moltke himself to capture Xapoleon. With a detachment of ton trusty men I, crept in tho dead of night into the encm3''s camp. We throttled the sentinels anil were already before the house where the French wad sleeping, when the rrrfiuchte I'urkos sprang on us with their soimi-tur- s and chopped off thehinds of all my companions. Luckily, I escaped with only tins scar.' of tho bystanders suggested that tho hero had but just now ileelared tlwt he had received the scar at Gravelotto, but the patriotic landlord frowned upon their hints as traitorous, and bade the valiant Granger continue. "That was tough, but even that was mere child's play to what I oiif ountered when 1 lay in th'e trendies before Paris. The Commune had been declared, and tho Communists, having defeated their own Xational Guard, "made a sortie on us ami captured m with a nutn-le- r of 1113- comrades. We were brocght to the Plase des Groves, where Vrelibishop Dartoy had just been shot by Meg3 and it was ordered that we should all be dynamited. I had to witness with nry own eyes my comrades Km-peror Gravolottc. Sedan, How did I , get. this scar? At GruvdoUe a Fr'nohman drew his sword on Unscr FriU. I sc the danger, spriug to the rescue of the Crown Prince, and rcocive tho thrnst in my net'k. Tho blood squirted up so as' to almost blind me, but I up with rny needle-gutake aim, and bang the Frenchman lies .dead al my fen. ' "That was a heroic atf, mcinfreuud," j n, - d can stul seo tliFgfear'' L.- - - " astically interrupted Mr. Sauer, utterly oblivious to the fact that the same wound had leen received on three scpanV.c occasions, "you shall lodge with me. Everything in my house is 3'onrs." Tho military stranger took him at his word. After living- like a lord,for two weeks.' ho 3resterda3- - morning decamped with fifteen dollars in money antl an overcoat. Since his disappearance Mr. Sauer, who does not evon know his name, has disvorod that his lodger has been all" over Brooklyn telling the same stories, showing the wound, getting credit for his lodging, and then leaving with whatever ho could 13 his hands "on. "Dot vas a fine coundrymnn, aind id?" pathetical'3' asked Mr. Sauer, as he reported the circumstances to tho - 'Mein frcund and Lrudder," en'husi "" police. X. I". World. Oak-Tabl- History of an e. - evi-rtlln- two-colum- r - -- - afterward murdered b3the convict WilThe prisoners used to be hired out to farmers, uid brought back to their cells at night, and many of them worked on the roads. Among the latter was a large, powerful, negro, who was fcrving a ten term for robber. I made his acquaintance, and often prevailed on the keepers to allow him to pass an hour in ni3 house, where both I and mj famity grew to regard him as a quiet, inoffensive fellow, who had gone astray once,-buwould probably lead an honest life At last lie after his liberation. took mc into his confidence in the most astonishing w:i3'. He said tho nunp3 he had stolen had never been recovered by tho owners. He had turned it all into cash and buried it. He assured me that it amounted to fifteen thousand dollars, and he offered to share it equally with me if I would dig it up and keep it until he came but ot prison. Of course I refused, :lod urged him to give up the money or tell mc where it was buried. He declined to do eithor.and thereafter he lost no opAt portunity to renew his proposal. last lie was liberated, and left pic prison a few days after Warden Willard was murdered. Three months latpiyv negro who attracted the attention ot half by the splendor (f Ins dress called at "nry house. It vas my old friend, the convict. " ' So 3'ou have dug up the plunder?1 t said. i I " His face assumed a vacant cxpres- 'hide to san? What plunder S10U. son. full-blood- ,A . handsome elegantly carved, stands in the parlor of an uptown house. "How did it come into my posws-sion?- " said a gentlemari who was writing at i. to a reporter of the Sun. "Oh, oddh' cough. It wts given to me by a onvii t just released from the tit State Prison at' Wethcr-.!ield.'"Ho made it himself?1' asked the visitor. "Made it! Not ho. But he stole the money that bought it. O, no. 1 am not a roccivcr of stolen goods. I will I 3ou the story. " About thirteen 3'ears a?o 1 ranted a house from Warden WHlard of tho Connecticut State Prison, who was oak-table1 Con-nec- li " It-I- t Weth-ersrlc- ld , 3-- ltd t hein-terrurjte- d, 1 xhrilliBg-tonetIKu6v"- it I vtut-nurpe- JICJ. sin: Case of 'staken MeMiry, sah, he said, with dignit3. fl never stole no money. Xever buried none. A lyin' verdict, sah, sent me to prison.' " I never saw him again; but a week later an express wason stdpppd at the door, arid theilrivqr delivered this table :lnd asmall parcel containing a hand- sfimc set of icwelrv for each of m riniirrhtci-s- . With them was an ctve containing ,a 'sheet of paper, on ine which were thd words: ' 'Well, yes, iV. T. Sun. boss. Dug 'erri all up.1 buried.' " ' Why, the Jl.SKOU. 1 1 I f money yu stole and I . through a buAIcof o. th.uv . tfilrujr ornm!agUir,W..,ani5 was bonio t tj:.,t.,i , a fcTftWr caneTmadenriafctorics'or'roomsiFiH rrlOTfrtnWintTrnrloWf ' ii-siSeiamfWPJTfj getting away . .. .1 c. suspender, h n rerV ull as to ' where smoking of tobacco is allowed. them, 5jo the , destroyer incomes 01 colleges at ci.ioo.mut. ra to ml the larger, overjs&H.u-!ucn smone is ansorucu to a srcater or telling more plainly o the Mijor b a rnnity f n JtilMiiil (r n n nme lie. nt- - dr 3i;iii;ii iu il ill'; til IUa lllati land. ise im' Ieis extent b3 the milk, cream, or butslight . loop iu the stuuMera and" a Magdalen the sma.le. r.?ri'..,d'M. Ihe and J he result wis U'h J.e and the fov the an.-iarcit his all escaped. ter, and it is a fact beyond controvermil nirnc iiAnrniiiiTU ".'-"w..- "in a " - '"" " rrt rrr inm. ''" clcrg3'man came to a sil I a .Mmlstill plentitul snn tit!II r if wtiv iitrui ik Fr ptng th ptt ri' tfi Is tl 0 ti.U or nf the llesh sion, thrt such smokers have but a faint One day not long since the Major mun uni crsity fund two and a quarter about the same moment. meat surr whieji the animal id:a of the effect produced on the butter passed his first wif' n Penns3 lvania per cent., about. "O, no you don't n it tins time," with a wallt'ir-nigsaid tho man with the suspenders. retaining in and around the by tho uso of that noxious weed as their Avenue in company with aprett3young girl At Biicup, in England, recently, a heat still aged seven died from they are are "I beg 3our pardon, ' cried tho bonus canot escape, and the result will sensibilities of so blunted thatinjurious lady. He had not heard from "her for of tlv; brain, brought on inflammation by overwork detecting its fifteen 3'oars and knew nothing of her clergyman, coming in. "It an be souringmd speed' decay at tho ircapablo e hams, shoulders aud the effect on tho butter. Dr. Tij1. that time. She at school. The medical officer iu rewhereabouts during I'ontre of knew him, but did notcare to recognize porting the ease strongly "O, of course, of course," said the like, whio. outwardly appear in good him, for she had not known of his life tho practfee of making young children Milk. man with the suspenders. "Kerv-thin- g condition. Aerated since they parted. The Major looked do homejessons at night. He said it is always an accident when For piklod pork the usual plan Wo are asked whothor it will pa3' to long and wistfully at tho former part- worried tLein and made them restless get caught. You're a nico looking amoug tamers who cure moat for home in their sleep. Chicago Herald. man to lie goir around lifting suspeu-deruse is"to ut the middles crosswise into aerate milk b3r forcing air through it, ner of his bosom, who, though slightly The Suyorintendent of the Akronl fivo inches wide, taking and ft'hctber the benefit is sufficient to aged, bore plen-in- g traces of her former It's jet such ain't pieces abut wan ant farmers in buying machines beaut-- , ami the thought struck him as (O.) sehooh, says: "E location is a old reprobates as you that do out the bckbone and ribs, which leaves he looked at her lieautiful companion: difficult aud delicate art: it requires an, all the mischief. But 3011 an't soft the uieatiu convenient condition to cut for taat purpose. intimate acquaintance with tho nature It improves milk to aerate ly expos- "This is m3 daughter!" soup me with your 'beg" pardons,' now, in sultaW piece when required for use. I can tell 3'ou; for I've seen After a search of some weeks he dir of the human jnind, and the be.--t way ou New bftri?ls or tubs are preferable, but ing to the air in an3 wty, oither for covurod that his former wife aud of operating upon it; it reipiir.'s a knowlold ones uaj-- be employed rcpeatelly eheese making, butter" making or family U6Q. Where cheese is made by the daughter rosided on Capitol Hill. He edge of how minds are influence I "Seen me before!" gasped the minis- if clean aid swet. Avoid using, motives, as well as both' ter, looking around upon the gaping oldpork barrels for beef aud the old acid process, in which the curd is addressed them a letter; tho wife did whey until tho whey be- not respond, but allowed tho daughter moral and intellectual operations are' crowd with apprehousive annoyance. kept in the beef tub nr packing pork. acted upon by outside influences." "Yes, sir, I've seen von before, ami I Salting with and without lime are comes sour, it would pnv the farmers to do so. The latter met her father by It is reported that in the town of know ou of old; and if your face ain't both satiJactorv method when prop-cr- h and all concerned to botfi air and cool appointment away from her mother's home. The meeting is said to have been No3'ou, whore John Calvin, the grunt stuck up in every-- rogue's gallery, I acconplished. but tho preference their milk before sending it to tho Keeping the curd in the whey an affecting one. Since that time the Geuevese reformer, was born, tho rorv ain't a talking. But you struck a snag i.s generaly gien to the latter, as the name of Protestantism has been almost when " vou struck :ae, now, by thuninsures iinuiHiiity from till it becomes so stale a- to bo sour, in- Major has showered upon his long-W- l brine or tensifies the bad odors contained in tho girl not only his parental love, but rare forgotten, and that the name of Calvin der!" insects diring the picketing process. " "But, my dear sir is ready for packing milk and fastens them in the curd, to and interesting guts, and the twain eai was unknown. M. Cadot, the Baptist When tin "0, go 'long,' said the man with sprinkle ine bottom of the barrel liber- the detriment of the cheese. Hence the be seen together on Pennsylvania Ave- pistor of Channy, has succeeded in the suspenders, sternly. "You ain't ally with coarse salt of good quality. Importance of removing the odors as nue o" any fair day, mixing with thd opening a.sivmll room, for the preachgoing to give me any of your tally, Pack ie jioces on their edges, forming far as possible before curding the milk. promonadors. Tho daughter still lives ing of tho Gospel in that place. M. now, don't forget it. You jest go a ring anund the insiile of the barreC In the far moro modern and improved with her mother, who does not speak to, Cadot says ho found a hearty welcome, right along and keep your mouth shut with the ikin outwanl; fill the ring in process of manufacture, in which the and lias made no sigu to, one whom and that his meetings were attended by and 3Tou fellers keep 3'our eyes on the ?ame wa3 until a complete is curd is separated from the whey before she once loved and who did not treat some of the leading families. Tho reyour KKrkot-boowhile he's around. gained, tlen press or ound it down it becomes sour, though the milk would her kiudly, she alleges, in "Aiikl hang sult of his visit will be the founding of a new cnurch. lie all tho better for airing, there 8 not Syne." If I weren't in such a huny I'd ruu gently if tecessary. Next apply a genAt a recent meeting of the Science 'The reality of the above story surhim in, dashed if I wouldn't!" Aud erous" layer of salt, follow this with a the same necessity for aeration that the man with tho suspenders, giving layer of neat placod according to dircc-tion- s there is under the acid process. The passes the romances we seo from work Association of John Hopkins Univertho minister a last withering look, givei for the first one, and so on odors can bo more conveniently and ef- to weok upon the dramatic stage, and sity Prof. Sylvester bade farewell to the passed on, swelling with the triumph until thu barrel is filled, taking fectually removed b3' airing tho curd. only reminds us of the old, old truism association" saying that he should leave for Europe before iu next meeting. of a righteous victor- - over wickedness. of meat is If cheese is made on the Cheddar plan thai "Truth is straugor than iiotion." care that the last He hoped that steps would be taken to Boston Utobe. well covered with salt. If the weather and tho curd takon from tho whey be- Washington Letter. make tho valuable and interesting meetis cool the meat may stand several fore it becomes sour, it ma3' lie packed Evening Amusements. ings of the association accessiblo to the days hi this condition, but, as a rule, it for au hour and a half where it will The (Jorinau Hail ways. general public, and to print- rc'p" rte of kee, well drained and warm, and if is .safer to at once add the brine, which Roll up a piece of paper so that it The total length of tho Gorman rail- them in some scientific journal. He then ground and exposed to the air shall make a tube as large around as a should be niiJe strong enough to tloat all ways is 30,00- -' kilometers, or 1,750 En. thought it desirable also that verbal be rethe foreign odors which could two cent piece and as long as your an egg. IH the scum rise to the top glish miles, of which 2J,:J."4 pilomotors and impromptu reports be more often hand; take this between your thumb and bkim k off bffore applying the moved from tho milk will be more exhausted by airing the curd are main lines. In the aggregate the made, in addition to the paper read, brine. Cover the meat entireh, and if and two fingers of 3'oiir "right hand; n American by" airing the milk, capital value of the Grriuaa railways is and "the hold it to 3'our right iye; place the in ojwn package weight it down to keep ihan they could thus overcome and at the same time greatly improve about aOO.OOO.OJO sterlings. The large it from rising n'love the pickle. Supother end between the thumb and first by the aera- - proportion of 22,178 kilometers out of of the finger of your left hand, holding the ply enough salt so there will be Mime the duality aiinl. chceso lines, and of tlii .... -" the total tinn. nf. tha - Thu. cheese -will be I'yCEST PARAGRAPHS. l I'". "". Mliltei!yu-lMrrtri-"bauT5ftHobniidiilowanlNtvblOTp' "I- Ail l rniitts;ainfWttM5ihhi'Xfk owhoil by airing, otirv-u- nbelter for tlireo hours"TST. eyes open, and look at some ob- nnat PuTII have BgcriffsWlTipY both Tf conscience is wnat makes" cowIntimated", was The brine extracts blood and other less ver- - foul, the bad odors will all Prussia, which, as buy lately ject about three feet from 3011, anil ards of us all, there ought "to be a priup the chief now proposes to "in less time. there will appear a hole right through juices from the meat which rise to the pass off men these duvts.' Whore the Cheddar mode of making vate lines remaining in that Kingdom great many bravo surface, and in bone meats it some3'our left hand. The efllvt is very cost of about 2.1,000,000 sterling. PhiladelAia Call. is not in use, the curd should still be at a curious. When 3'ou gat the tube started times decomposes these and contamiCounterfeit silver dollar? arol floatbefore sour- Before inanv years are over it is prob-abl- o tho room (for, of bourse, uror3' nates tho contents of the cask. To taken from the whey just at once, the around that the German States will own ing about the city. Ilur.'foni Titnc. "begun ing, and the ailing one will want to try it), get 3'ourbox of avoi J annoyance in this direction, farmink and stirred the whole of the railways, and which Those that lloat are not good, of cbursc. matches andplnca fifteen' of them on ers, especially at the South, where it is curd being put into the from adhering is not probable in France, for example Philadelphitt Iteeord. enough to prevent it more liable to occur, are advised to the table, making tills figure: will get a large profit out of their "Tho idea of my being jonklns of brine, boil it and aud forming into large lumps. If a draw off the polities aro wonderMiss Smith!" exclaimed Mrs. Brown, skim oft the impurities. Then, after little salt is sprinkled on to the curd as working. German business-like- . and off, indignanth; "the idoa of my being the brine is quite cold, pour it over tho soon as the whey is drained will after fully methodical conduct of railways ' : Laxity in the very jealous of her, when I think so miieli of boing put into the sink, it m ont again. When barrels containing Prussian, officials, do pickled pork are headed up it is best much rcduco the labor of keeping the would no more he ospociallv than laxity her!" " 'Yes; but whatPost.you think?" toleratetl asked Brown. Boston curd fine and will do no harm. The to lay them on their sides and turn salting .mav be finished just before on the field of battle. .The money spent "Yes, sir." said Jinkins, "Smithcr Thon sa3' to thov company. ','Thoro them over occasionally. German Governis a man who keeps his word; but then is commonly termed, is pressing. T"he more the curd is stirred, on railways b3the Baeon, as it you see five perfect squares, tako away and the finer and warmer it i.s kept, the ment is one of the few instances of ho has to." "How is that?" asked three mateh onby, and leave three the same portion of the hog that is used more readily and completely will it be roall3' profitable reproductive State ex- Jones. "Because no one will tako it." pork, though differently perfect alpmres." And now is a good for pickled Chiouy wanted for strateof bad odors and the finer will penditure. Oil UUu Derrick: time tostnd3' characters, some wilt see treated. For the iork barrel there is Curified cheese. The Canadian gical purposes in time of ivar, the lines A lady was reproaching JMr. Willof too much salt, but as thu it at a glance, others look a little whilo, no lunger the sweepstakes and are nevertheless workeil on commercial bet.bac'n is that presenting alternate cheese which took Centennial was made principles in time of peace. Accounts iam Warren at a recent reception for don'Psee it, and lose interest in it; medal at the going into society so little. "You ought otlieM don't see it, and insist on bein" strip's of lean and fat, too much suit gold and kept very line, and was are published for life five months ended to let ns lionize you a littlo," she said. in this told the solution; other,againdou'tseo makoi the lean part stringy aud tough. stirred wa3 aired till night. with May last, from which it appears "I never heard of but one man," reand s Dry salting is often reported to in it for; somo time, but stick to it till they There is no reliance to be placed on that the combined railwa3-- of Germany plied tho veteran actor, "who was not In dry salting, do find it out. If want .1113- - work making side bacon. airing milk. Not more than had gross traffic receipts of :178,500.000 being Homaed." "And who 'oiie give it to fho'latter; ilicy. are" tho whether in barrels, boxes or piles, with- farmers can, from any consideration, marks, or nearly 1,000,000 sterling, spoiled b3' "Daniel." (Chicago Tribune. one in ton was he.?" kind 3'ou can depend upon. Of course out the addition of water to form a bo induced to undertake it, and tlrose being at the rate of 45,003,000 per anA social calamity: Mr. Jones see- which matches to remove", the brine, it is of tho utmost importance 3'ou who do seldom do it on'cctually. The num; and the increase last 3'ear for the my two lowor one on thu lower left hand that, no chance be afforded for Hies to maker will find it less labor to do the five months is 713,000, or3J percent. "Youeemtobo in great distress, discorner, and the confer ono on the top deposit eggs or maggots or to come in j work himself than getting his patrons If this rate of progress continues the friend." Tramp "I, am sir, in tress in great distress. I have just If flies have contact with the meat. row, Jbaring a figure like this, then he will find it very earlier the (Jorcrnments of Germany hail access to the pork it eanuot be used j to do it, and to air the curd without bii3 up the whole system the better in- been married, and I am on m3 wed1 until at once put into brine. A simple much bettermilk, than to air the milk vestment the railways will bo, for the ding tour, but from lack of funds 1 airing the have boon compelled to leave niy wife 11113' portion of wav in which to dry-sa--1 the curd. Lice Stock lines aro no source of" lois, as it is under behind." A spirit of chivalry prompted the hog's carcass is to sprea'd a layer of without airing State control. Pall Mall Gazelle. a donation, of course xV. 1 Mail. half an inch or more of salt on a plat- Journal. .. A country clergyman who recently form floor or the lottoni of a largo box A 1. The JlilkPtoom. Unexplored and Unknown. preached in an Austin church is an ador cask, then a layer of moat, on this a having throe perfect rf liberal application of salt, and so on It is very difficult if not impossible to The English are beginning in a vague mirer of the writings of Charles his from and quotes until all is packed and the top well make good butter without having a wav to realize the magnitude of India, Dickons, almost as often a3 he covered with salt. good milk room. All the other condi- anil to comprehond that it contains novels Some Instances of1)iscinliiie. The smoked breakfast bacon, so fations may be good, but if tho milk be some fifty millions more people thau all does from the Bible. He surprised his In main- - of the departments nt Wash-ingt- vorably known in the Eastern States, eet in a room that the tomporature is JMirope west of the Vistula, congregation b3 winding up a gorgeous Howsee, much grumbling "aboard among is a choice article made from thin bris- not right, or the air bad, the result will ever, peroration with: "It is thus aware of the number of are tho clerks of the rigid enforcement of ket pieces and mildly' cured. Ar. Y. bo poor butter. This fact is too often its cities, quite Scriptures say, or believe that it includes my brethren, as thobut the flesh is the ruhjs gpvorniug employe;. An as- World. Barkis is willin,' overlooked, but not as frequently aa sixtv-tw- o with more thanoO.OOO people, Texas Sifiings. sistant chief of a prominent din-io- n of formerly. It is now very generally and twenty-tw-o with more than lOO.OOQ; weak. the treasur3', who ha-- been in thb deHour to Disappoint a ljalky IIor.sc. A precocious Child, while Engaged known that to make good butter milk namely; Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, partment twcut-liv- o 3 ears, went into must not be kept in the samo room with Delhi, at his thanksgiving Repast, remarked A Leominster farmer recently broke boiled vegetables or other cooked food; Hvdrabad, Luekuow, Benares the corridor the other U.13 t pi.nt out Umritsur, to his Indulgent Mother that he BeBangalore, Patna, Agra. the direction of the cati room to his his horse of a "balk" frak in a very but it is riot so generally uuderotood ai Cawnpore, Lahore, Allahabad, Jeypore, lieved he was not as Thankful as he wife and a huh- friend, and upon rc- - qtuet and, as be c linns, not a cruel it should be, that tho milk room should Rangoon, Poona, Ahmedabad, Ba'reilly, Ought to be. "This shocking Condition turnihg to his work found a chrd manner. His horst ls in excellent not be where there is any chance for Surat, Howra, and Baroila. We givo of affairs," added he, "ma3-- , however, neglect on llesh directing him to re rt t disagreeable odors to come from ad- them in order of population, but, prop- bo somewhat Remedied, by another Burt' tho ivandof,shnv XB him, J? t for disobeying ra; joining rooms. Too many settle down erly gpeakiugTfn the English way of Piece of Mince pio and a large Slice of Tho wood- att I'd ox" on matters not connecter if they have a room ex- counting, Howra, the Southwork of Cheese." Chicago Xetcs. lotLTOi s mall loa7 wVtod. The ani- - to the idea that business jotionir asoa clerKr in an mat pressly for milk, it is all that is required, Calcutta, should be included in the would not pull a pound. He did other department was a few minutes which with it above but this is a mistake, tho milk room Zealous Men the Successful One?. behind Tn reporting for duty. He was not beat him with a club, but tied him should be ro far away from tho cook capital, souls, and is the contains as it seven cents for being tardy, and to a tree and "let him stand." He room that it will be impossible for the 866,000 the wealthiest greatest, em lined As far as natural endowments deter city in the tho line taken out of his wages at the went to the lot at sunset and asked htm odors which arise while cooking to is by far pire. Below tho limit of 50,000 tho mine, the zealous men aro par eminence draw, but he would not straighten a end of tho "month. To 'do this it was to door be opened. numerous, and the successful ones. But they hare a tug. . the enter it though thesmokes tobacco he towns become more with necessar3 for his immediate superior to farmer,"I made up my mind," populations besetting sin which, being intrinsic, is If the farmer there aro hundreds "when that horse went, to the formally communicate to the disbursing a should be very careful never to smoke above 20,000. The majority of the therefore, perhaps, not quite of officer of the department, who carefully barn he would take that load of wood. even in a room adjoining the milk room, great Except in the case quite unknown to computed the value of the time lost, and The night was not cold. I wont to the or to go into the milk room after latter are magistrate or twoEuropeans, creative minds, it is necessary to bo active excepted; tlientthc AuditorandJilrst Comptroller barn, got blankets and covered the smoking until the odor of tho tobacco an so far as we aro aware, there is no somewhat partial in order to succeed and had to approve the and b3' the horse warm, and he stood until morn- is out of which, if he England gives tho in affairs. Broad culture is seldom time the red tape performance was ing. Then he refused to draw. At smokes veryhis clothing,not bo until he book in account of whichorganization, efficient in any immediate way; narrow, often, will their slightest ended the Government had lost prob- noon I went dawn and he was probably intense purpose accomplishes the hard There arc but few ably the value of one da3''s time of a hungry and lonesome. He drew that gets a new suit. absorb odors so readi- or of tho life and people in them. Yet enterprises of the world, and is everyhave histories of two substances that man3ofthcm clofk in formally passing the fine of load of wood the first time I asked him. tho milk room thousand years, and in all flourish where at a premium amoug those who seven cents upon the tardy emplo3o I returned and got another load before ly as milk, therefore done. atmosfamilies which think themselves noble, arc interested in getting things partiand collecting the same. Detroit Post I fed him. I then rewarded him with shouldis bo located where the I have a respect for bigots and phere perfectly pure. and have long pedigrees and stirring a good dinner, which he eagerly deand Tribune. owes a Having secured good air the next con- tales to narrate. A c hear 'even- - now sans, and believe that the world men. voured. I have drawn several loads d is an even tem- and then much of Indian princes who treat debt to intolerant, since. Once he refused to draw, but dition that is desirable Origin of the Potato. perature. In the winter measures in India are hardly mentioned, and of 5t must have them; it could not push as soon as he saw me start for rough, Tho potato, originally a South Ameri- be started after me with the tho house should be taken to keep the room from "educated natives," a scarcely percep- ;ts reforms, or get its Narrow- -unpleasant load. A men aro work done else. can plant, .was introduced to Virginia horse becomes lonesome and disconbeing too cold, and in tho summer too tible class, but of the true" "British and deterb3' Sir John Harvey in 1629, though it tented when left alone, as much so as a hot. It is much easier to keep a room India" as little is known at home as of edged men, men of single mined purposes; and in their purposes was unknown In some counties of Eng- person, and I claim this method, if warm in winter thanis cool in asummer, the eastern provinces of Peru. London they are apt to succeed. The liberal, land a hundred and fifty 3'ears later. rightly used, is far stream Spectator. where cruel antl is unless the location tho spirits of insight, really rule all, In Penns'lvania, potatoes are men- better for both horse less man than to of cool water can be kept running and the late great Java earth- though thc3'arenot always seen 'to 'do - During tioned very soou after the advent of the beat the animal with a club." Fitch-bur- g through it; but as there are few locatliev create the thoughts that direct Quakers; the3 were not among Xew tions where this is practicable, other quake it was discovered that it.was ut- so; (Mass.) Sentinel. impossible to use the telephone at the world's forces. But they turn over York products in 1695, but in 177o wo means must be resorted to, the most terly of stirring parare told of eleven thousand bushels S. R- - Whiting, .son of Congressman available of which is ice. We have Singapore in consequence of tho offect their thoughts to armies sixteen-acr- c phenomenon on the wires. The tisans, who adjust by force of arms the patch in tho WhlHng, of Massachusetts, has been seen milk rooms kept a very even teni- of the grown on one of opposing truths. The philosprovince. Potatoes were served, per- fined dollarj for an assault, Ecraturc during the hottest weather bv instruments produced sounds like those claims would prefer to wait for evolution, iu of a distant waterfall. On one part of opher as an exotic rarity; at a Harvard on Harry B. Osborne, a fellow-studehaps ice at tuo top of the room things settle theniselyes installation dinner in 1707; but' thu at Willhston Seminary, Northampton, shallow- - zinc pAns, the ice being broken the line, 'part of which consists of a and to let tho reformers caunot wait lump cable, detonations like what might be quietly; but plant was only brought into culture in ass. Osborne was a new student and in lumps the size of a half pound pistol-shot- s were heard. Chitago for this. So they organize boards, wage New Englaud at the arrival of tho Whiting insisted on his treating all of butter. Tlu water should be taken called religious wars, and piously' burn the Presbyterian immigrants from Ireland hands. When Osborne refused a fight from the pans as fast as the ice melts, Journal. witohos. There is a sad wasto of forcn in 1716". live bushels were accounted ensued, and Whiting broke Osborne's being conveyed in pipes to another pan A. D. KeyOs, of Rice County, Minn., in these proceedings; but men promisi. below, with" an overflow pipe to tako nose and otherwise damaged him. a large crop of potatoes for a Connectia certificate of' election -- as to become wiser in course of time, antl the water from the top of the lower pan' declined Attorney cut farmer; for it was held that, if a Boston Globe. because he believed meanwhile the machine creaks slowly County 'as fast as it fills, thus carrying off tha man ate them cvcr3' day, ho could not Some 30,000 children are living oil wajrmest portion of the water. Mnssty that liis competitor hatlgot a majority along, ami some progress is raidc live beyond seven 3'ears. Century Titus Munson Coan. M. J). of the votes. Chicago Mtrald. canal boats in England. tf ihtisetts Ploughman. ilagazim. susjR-ndersI ' y..ouu iui uiu;u.s lur fan' e is now at uiiwii" and .1 fmr hand s on the subject may bo wel- conii auer.s wiio are inoxpenonced. daughter hogs in mild, damp or durjnir extremely cold A dry, frosty day is best for tterthe hogs are killed lhae the carcasses where cool throue-- previous to being cut that iii;sibrT 1 ffh'-dvvp- h narreled andparted. cuna with her to San Francisco, ;i after a few years that hisViilk, sold at orce and afterward she sp."ured couus porxquart, was as good as butter married a Mr. tthe "Golden City." allowing" twelve quarts of milk for a Her second Imjj d died in the course cents of time, and at a twentj-i-eigh- t pound of out.ter at 3'ear or two since por pound. she made hcej back to this cit3 If 3'ou don't believe that it is tho with her daugW ho had.crrown to salt in butter that causes it to present beauttful womn il and secured a po- a mottled appearance jnst take a sharp sition in one of j departmnnts. pointed knife and dig a littlo out of a Major W li suorttv dark spot aud tasto it, then trv- some after his separJ lasuiugum froin his wife. He taken from a spot and f co was mustered f the service, settled if one sample docs not taste much-mordown in a w srn city anl married salt than the other. If this experiment niraiu. is satifactor3-- then work the butter over The whirligic time hrought him to gently and the mottled appearance will SftM thoXtfcuaC, -m T't here ho became be gone. Exchange. . y plump 1 Major W, and hid a try, the New York Iwltpcnd&nt reports,after careful -- Just Church' commuuicants in this 863, Ai Orange County (X. Y.) dairyman has tested tho matter, and found three-and-a-half ! G,S32,"y.r4 are Catholics because the widow's inite- was"?, so highly praised there arolotsof peaplor who pridolliemseivcs xvith never put--- S ting more than a p''nn- - into tho con- - of whom inquirvTtmimbetv 17,037,- - t -- tribution-box. Chimyo Tribune, until .the present time." His parents thought he Was attending school and his teacher believed him to be at wdrk. r Boiton Post. j ant uninterruptedly from October, A Manchester bo3' has played tru- 1S8-- ',' - light-color- ed e ' - .. m i - The suit brought by Rev. Edward Jones- - against- the Rev, Miss Anna Oliver in Brookly for ?8'Q0 ,ho gave tho . vuuiuii, nun ji.iiiiiiii loan, while she insists thaticwas a gift, has been decided in her favor. Prook- m'l t i , V, . ' jjtui :, .. . Jrt - iii. 1i" uvj. a mr ji JC-VJ- i A cu. - 11 IV 11 .. 1 - ? t." ,., m - con-Jemnc- - s, well-dress- ed bo-fore- ." how--eve- r, h-- -- fac-lor- 3'. e k-kl- - pii-kl- e 3-- ls-- ks - well-know- bask-fulnes- s" .w-- .- -- .'-- artaie S- -' ; - by-Stat- , lt styianw.r-ij't'Hcirt-natilwfyti- rer.' 1 oi J l - tT""fW"P,k itfjIic cr-"-TT- 1 sin-big- otry. one-side- - tiny-sev- en nt l-- Jr Tlio Hickman Courier. GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. KENTUCKY .niCKifAN. - ;t&, arFMinnoirs -t, tale. Tm loolilnjr at myself t,'ion my mirror's face. U 14 a foolish thine to do. And yet I rany find srntcc, ', in my inmost he.irt, I know 1 search for fault this k1ss may ehoiv. Tls not a lovely face I see, Xot winnimr and notyounfr: shows the lines and traces of ItA heart by anjruUh wrung-past. A face o'er which the To leave It calm anil clear at last. JThc rosy bloom of early youth. That once had rested there. n few jrray threads shine In Ha storm-cloud j,-- The darkness or ir.y hair. 1 have reached the stajje Where j outa blends with maturer age. I wonder, as I pare at it, Motin; euoh feature there, Ho'v foine. In lovlwr tenderness, Have reamed to call It fair. Vet love can Mud a charm and sracc, To beautify the plainest face. Image upon the trutbfull glas, Shotrlnir injxMf so clear! Toll me have lnw'rinjr clouds of doubt Ieftdea!hlcs traces ihore? Aro lines of cold and cynic prido Scon on the face 1 stand beside? Have Ujrhtnlntr blasts of care anJ woo ISIackened the heart within. eyea And pictured in the dark-jrraGlimpse of guilt and sin? 1 have tried O. tell ine nav! Kor To eat all wicked thoughts aIdo. Tlila tells me 1 y I toll you, twrcntv-fir- e dollars was a large sum of money 'in those days, and when it was known that the prize had been oflerod, there was iftore studyin' of our old spellers than there ever had been before!. Wc used to take them home every ni"ht, and our fathers and mothers would V' us s11 the hard words, liko dRn.erreotypc.'' and 'phthisic' and 'receipt' and those with silent letters ia them, and wo would spell them over and over again. "The ottering of that prize set township in a commotion, and nothin' else was thought of or talked about. The Red Haw and Jack Oak dcestrickts let it be known that they would try for the prize, and they had some good spellers in those schools, 'speshly in the Red Ifaw. 'oRut none of theni had a better record than Harriet Hepncr, and they say Uiat in those si weeks she studied her speller night and day. "Folks who had passed the Hepncr house at midnight declared that through the winders from1 the road they had seen Harriet sitting on a stool up ag'iu the fireplace, leauing her head i"iiiu-i- . uie nun anil tho snuire sitting in his old hiek'rv chair snellin'-boo- k in hand and a tailowtlip in the other, givin' out words to her and ev'rybody else was in bed. No wonder the girl became thin and peaked. "You see the squire fairly hated the blue-baeke- d the-whol- old, but not as tall as somo boys of nine years. He was very thinly dressed for such a sharp night, and they had walked fully two miles. "I felt sorry for them, thoy looked so pitiful in their shabbmess; "for everywas at body else in tho school-hous- e least warmly dressed, and a good many bad smart ribbons and hats and llounced dresses. n "Old Squire Hepner was in a chair on the teacher's platform, and I saw a dark frown on Ins face when Mis' Waitely and Sam came in. Rut I spoke up at once, and tuk Sam on my side. It happened to be my turn to choose, and I was bound the poor fellow should not be slighted, whether he could spell or not. "He had half a mind not to spell, but I saw his mother reach out her hand and geutly push him: and then ho to the end of the lino and stood within a footof his Uncle Hepncr. sit-tihob-hleddo- FA113I AND TIRESIDE. Dr, Kirkhrltle's Experience, Do not pack several varieties of .. ... ..v ubi.iu uaiiri lOt" w. Use the odds and ends at " marKeu make as salable packages homeaud as t'W3lM shin,?,,- !. for - For burns and scalds nothing more soothing than the wl,i "J" is Ul :1" ogg, . ...v... may i. iiuurcil OYPf thn uu wound. It is softer as a rnrnUi, - ., , ". j.,l .1 burn than collodion. IS alSOjinrn cooling than sweet oil ami wHion m allaying the smartin"-iuie- pain. Tro,j ....:,"" . .,- OllO.llJllf fll -; hogs Much have I suffered: but those days, I trut, have puritled My soul; awl driven from my heart All foolish thought of prido. 01ooly I toati my mirrored face To find upon It savlnjr fcraee. i, J care not for the partial lack Of beauty that enthralls. If on my face thej?lowlnfc lljrht Of truth and culture falls If In my eye the spark divine Of love for all mankind will shine. I will not ask for radiant orbs. If In my own J see The tlash of true intelligence, Of wit and repurtee, I only wish for eyes that glow With pity for another's woe. I'll pasattn calm indifference O oreriniMJn Hash and hue. If health but jrlmvs upon my cheek. If curves of lips are true. And shadow forth a soul too puro To speak false words framed tb allure. .And thus I'll scan my mirrored face Each day: and hone to tinrt Upon the class to see A meek and gentle mind; If. like a i ell of priceless laeo. tell-tal- e Red Haw ami about everybody in it. The Red Haw and ours had formerly been one deestriekt, and he'd opposed thein being divided; because he owned lotsof land inbothdeestrickts, and ho knew that if thv were divided there would be an extra tax for a new school-housand a new school fund. and it wout mightily against the grain for him to havo to pay extra taxes for a school that he didnof get any good of. the Red "Rut at the Haw folks carped their point against the old squirt and were set oil" as an independent deestriekt. Always after that the squire seemed to hate them. They laughetl at him and twitted him about havin extra taxes to pay, so that the squire really had some cause for feelin' hurt. Rut then, there was no excuse for his bitter spite, and snappy ways towards everybody. "Thhquir'e had a sister livin' iu the Red Haw deestriekt, but unnatural and sinful as it was, he had not spoken to her for years, and would not allow his folks to look at or speak to her or her dee-trickt. e, wwii-nievtin- '" blush to tell it, but T actually missed the very first word given to me, and I spelled it that was 'mermaid.' raer.' I knew better, but I was so nervous I could not collect my thoughts. So I had to take my seat, and of course I had a littlo cry all to myself. ""Rut I nearly laughed so as to bo heard all over the room when Azraiel Whitehead missed 'goose.' He spelled it 'guse.' and he had told me in confidence that he half expected to get the prize, and had been studyin' his spoiler for weeks. Sho "Electa missed 'emanate.' spelled it with an 'i' instead of au 'a.' "Cindy Patch missed 'tranquillize.' I think she knew how to spell it, but she was excited because seven or eight had missed it before her. The .Jack Oak scholars looked very sober when Cindy had to sit down. "Hut you ought to have seen old Squire Hepncr' s eyes twinkle and hi grim face look grimmer when Abime- lech Aber. tho best Red Haw scholar, ami Harriet missed 'phytochinvy,' 'm-u-- r, h "Then the spellin' commenced. I dnrin" the summer, will give a better resulf and, of course, greatly increased profit' Most farmers miscalculate and fail to have corn on hand when it will do the greatest amount of good Detroit loi. The shabby old harness or traveling satchel may have the color restored y an application ot good blaokin", a subse tient brushing, a very slHit 'oiling, and an after dressing of fiim tragaeanth. It is surprising wm7 an clleot this treatment has upon old and g shabby-lookin- . " y rrm rnnn!...!.10 tatten in the fall, if fed '"i"w to them . loathor. HoMoniLHo'". All animals cannot digestr alike. One ox can eat and digest more than his mate, one pig more than another, and one sheep more than another, although they may lie of the same a'o'. Wlin feeding animals these difTbcenees should be observed, and the animals fed aecordingij. The same quantity all around won't do. It may make some sick, and some will not get enough. . A great in the.kitchcn are Holders made thus Cut ifnwceof ordinary cues nnd AV-'Aij'- . Dr. Kirkbride, the famous physician of the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane, who died last Monday, had manv startling experiences during tliere." Wiley Williams was the son of Judge Williams, of Georgia. He was educated at Yalo College, ran away to .sea, aud when ho returned, some years after, his mind was found to be impaired. He was placed under the care of Dr. Kirkbride, where the treatonly partially ment he received He was allowed him. restored in the hospital, manv urivileires and was considered perlectly harmless.' One day lie asked permission to go t Raltimoro to visit some, inuniu, um, objected, and Williams Kirkbride threatened lo make him pay for the refusal. Ho made his croupe, scaling the walls of the institution at night, and went to RnHimore. On his return he procured a j;un and stationed himself iu a tree. When Dr. Kirkbride went into liis garden otio morning Williams fired at him, shooting him in the head. Fortunately the bullet failed to penetrate tho skull, but Uie doctor always carried the mark of the wound. 1'mlidtlphia Pftt!. . How He Won His Ret. in-chi- ef hi-life I nAVE rsED Ely's Cream Balm for dry Catarrh (to which ovory Eastorn prrson is subject who comes to livo in a hiRh altitude). It has proved a euro in my case. B. P. II. 1VEEK3, Denver, Col. sought-afte- A TZesscneer of Health. reo to sufferers from nervous, caronjc and blood diseases, brain and heart ni, Society is very queer. The people most pay r debts. are those who do not Chicaqo Journal. thoir n?ctions, nervous debility, exhaustion, . who have failed to And relief. It tells Vionderful cures effected by Dr. Scott's and Iron, with rjiosphorus. ril ty' druggists; $1. Dr. Scott, Kansas "Y, ilo. ,Ask your druggist for pamphlet. ,( QABN Health andHappiness. DO AS ' OTHERS Dr. Tierce's 11 Pellets" do not render tho bowels coit.vo after operation, but, on, tho contrary, es- Uxlike other cathartics, .tSFitted out for the cioaks, tablish a permanently hoalthy action. liting entirely vegetable no particular earo is required while using thom. By druggists. The best fishermen like to flsh on their Express. own hoo.-Dujfalo coats, stockings and all .garments can be colored successfully with tho d Dyes. Fashionable colors. Only c.at druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. Dia-inon- season. Dresses, I were, after ovs4 txtrolt." HAVE DONE. Axo your Kidneys disordered? my Kldiwr TVort bniczht mo from I had cl'ea np by U I9' docUT? 'n JL W. Bertram, Mechanic, IonU,SUcli. ln i.i era. llonrj- of Horehound nnd Tar. timelv Usn 0j it jor COugus. PiVe'a j tofctliache drops cure in one minute. - IInlo' Jtfafce m fi M mnooj cured ""SWrt ddi a me iu CleTtlanJ,weaVnr?"wax acnrr Eii. Cim triLTTinifromHta. Mr. Oootlww, iftnltor i O. Aro Trvnr TiftrvBS "oronk? i u. - " Goldex MroiCAL Discovert" (TradeS&tflfiritin Vrlm nnnul n il Vh t n r mark registered) is not only n sovereign of fits." said Jno. Murphy, of ttit Albany,0. remedy tor consumption, but also for consumptive night-i- t wea's, bronchitis, courIis, No shortness ot CoughsSafeti Remedy can bi had fer spitting of blood, weak-lunand Colds, than "IVoicn' Bronbronth, and kindred affections of the throat chial Troches." Sold only in boxes. 25 cts. and chest. By druggists. .rl & v y 'Kidney Wort rurwl me when lay water wuiiut like c ha fir and Uua llfee tlood." Fran WUon,reaboIy,lta. Khlaar-Wor- you Bright'3 Disease? CTer lueiL - Suf ferincr from Diabetes?I hare Li tii most iuccf Hi remedy l aires almost Immediate relief." Dr. I'mnipiiiiauou.iienJ'iua. K- u A sweet porftime a gold dollar; it has a hundred good couts. Detroit Post. ' To Indies orders. WaxDF.ntroails on heel? or wonder. Sama'-S-ttiXervint la imtraiuecd'to cure nervous disn Conxnlaint? Havo- you Liverciroclo Ltrer Cbeuca cured mo o r3- - I Kidney-Wo- - rt I X Henry Ward, late l n ia CoL C3th Sat. Goard. X. T. longnnBloul'aS There falls sweet peace upon my face. -- LfwMfCtojtmi IJcrnUttmJn Danmvt't HonUtly. OUll SPELLING MATCH. 'J where I got the little "Rut that didn't make the leat differlearnin' I have, so that I could shut my ence to Squire Hepner. He was furieyes and see it as plain as the day. ously ansrv with Waitclv, and on toivn- "It was placed on a little rise of meetm day he and aitely nail some ground, right at the edge of a big dreadful hard words. grove of hickernut and walnut trees. "Of course, Mrs. Waitely sided with Old Squire Hepner gave the ground for her husband, and from that da' the lot, and in squire turned from his own kin. He ment. it out of his wood-pastsummer tinio the grass grew thick, and never spoke to them again, and treated "Old Squire Hepner did not move a full of flowers down the slope in front them as if they were the dirt under his muscle, llo had the money, five gold of the house, to the rail fence that shut feet; and that," too, after Mr. Waitely pieces, in a fancy purse, and oil the school ground from the road. died. was to give them himself to the winter. We ued to eat our lunches in the "The poor man got caught under a me that that poor "It seemed on spring days. fallin' tree and was killed, leavin' his crippled boy got help from on high that "You can't thitijc how thick the grass widow with four children, and nothin' night. I never saw anything like it! was, nor how bright and green the but a shabby roof over the'r heads and At first he 4jvns so shy that his voice moss was we'd find on the old rails. three or four acre of scrubby land. almost trembled; but when he and his And all along the edge of the grove, "She had a fearfully hard time cousin he hail never spoke to, stood up and pcepin up so shy and sweet ami in tryin' to support herself and hor there alone, and his fierce old uncle modest-likwas the violets and daisies children, but the squire never glared so contemptuously at him, the and bluebells and valler butter-cup- s for helped her. And there were times little fellow raised himself to his full us to place in our Iiair and pile on the when she and her children would have height, and from that moment never teacher's table. been on the county if it had not been flinched. "Then in winter, we'd have such gay for her d neighbors. "His large eyes glistoned. and ho times coastin' down the slope, and "To make tiling Vvorac, hor ohle-threw back liis bond and looked boldly .skatin' on the pond jest acrost the road. child, little Sam, was a cripple hump- at his uncle and spelled his words in a IMe and niy little brothers and sisters backed and crippled iu one leg so that loud, clear tone that fairly took people's walked twb miles to go to that log he had to walk with a crutch. Of breath away. school-housand thought nothin' of it. course, he wasn't any help to his "His mother had quietly slipped "Don't Irememher well ev'ry one of mother on the place. I5ut she was try-i- through the crowd and had taken a those old logs! 1 think I do! It wasn't to educate him, knowin' that he seat behind him; and them that set near such a poor excuse for a house as 3011 never could do any physical work. her said she got one of his hands in might think, either. "It kept the poor woman hard at hers and held it, while tho toars ,' "Indeed, 'Four-Mil- e as work night and day, tryin' to buy books streamed down her face. it was called, was about the best one in and clothes for Sara, to keep him in "The two spelled against each other Grecnaway township; for it was of school all the time. He was a smart for a full half hour: and all the time hewed logs, mind you, and had a pine bo" and quick to learn, though lie was poor Harriet was as white .as a sheet, iloor and a plastered ceilin', and mo?t a shy, quiet little soul, with and I could see Unit she was tremblin s were of rough logs, the pitifulest big eyes and the oddest from head to foot. of the with the bark on, and had dirt Iloors, face for a boy I ever saw. "At hist the teacher gave the word or at best, floors of rough boards. excitement 'tyrannously.' Harriet spelled the first "Well, the spellin'-be- e "Some of the other deetriekts were became more and more intense- as tho syllable, then stopped and stammered, jealous of our school-housThe next time drew near: and when the night at looked imploringly at hor father and that joined ours was one of the jealous last came the old school-hous- e then tremblingly went on and spelled deestrickts, and the folks in it used to was a sight lo see. it with one n.' say that they didn't care if we did have " 'How did you spell it, Harriet? Did "The night was one of the clearest I they could spell our ever remember. The stars shone like you have only such a line hou-' school down any time if we'd only give "Squire Hepner had been looking on in the sky. The sleighing them a chance. Rut, of course, we bright lamps the air sharp enough to a spellin'-bootoo. Now he turned knew they couldn't. We believed we was good, anil and if possible still more sharply round to the master and in his blood, could them, even if we did stir the to stimulate the boys and girls. A lot hardest, coldest voice, said: have the bast school-hous" 'She missed it, sir. Pass it to tho borrowed apair "Old Squire Hepner, he always took of the boys had a big wagon-bo- xof on next.' "and put a great interest in our school. lie was them. Then plenty of straw was put "Sam spelled it without hesitating an a peculiar kind of a man; folks would iu the box, and about twenty of lis. instant. call him 'cranky' in these days. I sup- boys in, with "You could have heard a pin drop in pose. He was so gruff and sullen that quiltsand girls, piledrobes and lots of that room. It was still as death. warm and buffalo he'd ?uap your head oft'. you'd think Harriet dropped into her seat and shawls. " Eddieation' was the old squire's "I had my first beau Uiat nigliU IKs buried her face in her hands. Squiro hobby. He had no learnin' himself, name was Azraiel Whitehead, and of Hepncr' s face never changed. Without and used to tell us how he felt the need a word he rose, reached out his long of it. He thought people could not be all awkward boys he was Uie awkward-es- t. arm, beckoned to Sam to come to him, I think I was the first girl ho had educated, unless they could spell clean and then dropped into the lad's outfrom a ha, to 'inconiiminicabilitj ' in ever asked to accompany him to any stretched hand the purse. Turning and the speller. To know how to spell was gathorin'. Anyhow, I know he fell fiat facing the breathless people, he said: 'to him the foundation of all knowledge. on his back try'iu' to help me out of the " 'I want you all to know that I think into a sled, and he let me go head-fir"That was one of his curious notions." this has been a fair and square match, snow-ban"Well. Squire Hepner had heard that prize.' "I remember that his handkerchief and mi uepinr deserves thehe took his the Red Haw deestriekt folks was "Without further words was wet with cinnamon drops, and th:f makin' their boasts that they could ll ours, and itaugered him. His he gave me a handful of peppermint ami hat and marched out of the houe. "Well, the Red Haw people actually daughter. Harriet, was the best speller cloves. we all of us carried Sam home on their shoulders, in our school, and they say her father "I remember, too. how uttered her the best cow on" his place if went up and down hills and through with Mis' Waitely close behind, cryin' would break with "joy 6lic U spell tne Keil liaiv school down. long white lanes, singin' and laugl?.n' as if her heart and nervousness. Rut she had on a Wc made the . "One Friday afternoon the old squire at the top of our voices. old woods and the valleys ring. Yes, long, warm plaid shawl that 1 saw Mis came stampin' into the school-hous- e and the sled upset, too, and we were all Squire Hepner throw over her as she when our school was hnvin' a spellin'-matcstepped out of the door. He was the director of our thrown out in a ditch. "One of my sisters went home deestriekt, and the boldest scholar "I remember how the odge of the tbc Hepners that night, and she with said beau's big feet that Harriet cried all the way home, caught-mwould be mute enough when aTl ho- - appeared. and meek two Rule jet wagon-bo- if. and'l thought I should cry He had 53 black eyes that seemed to see right under mortification when he lay there and was in mortal terror at the from thought of meetin' her father. Sire through you. He could make almost and actually bawled and nnitiled. I slopped on the doorstep a long was so put out about it that I wouldn't while, and when she did finally step nnv scholar wiggle in his by sit by him after we got into the sled, or into the room, tremblin' and fairly his eyes upon him. "The squire was tho richest man in speak to him afterward. moanin', her father, who was sittin' "When wo got to the school-hous- e Four Mile, but he never gave any with his head between his hands before money away, and that made it all the we found it packed so full that we the fire, got up and walked over to her more surpflsin' when, just before the could but just crowd in. Younr and amj aJ.t?allv kissed her, there before school let out that night, he got up and old were there, and some of the visitors them all. Then he went o.T to bed had come as far away as ten miles. without in his short, jerky, gruff way said: , " 'You've spelt pretty well this aft- -' Most everybody had brought a candle "Hut what followed was betterstill. e'rnoon, scholars, and I m glad of it; to stick up on the logs. There were The next day, the squire took his big for, to my hinkin', spellin's tho most four different teachers there, and sled, put in it lots of hay and blankets, spellers from all over the town- and drove oil" like Nimshi himself to important thing a body can l'arn. .In" fact, it staus to Vea&on that ship. his sifter's. Xo one ever knew what ' 'Lccta Plumb and I 'chose up.' I happened there, but it ended in "MW got to be good spellers . vou've 'fore vou can be good readers, or real got first choice and took Harriet Hep- Waitely and all the children going home good In anythin'. It's all well enough ner. She was pale as death, and with tbe squire. 'Lecta to know how to ligger correctly, and I looked nervous and frightened. "He declared that it was an honor reckon grammar's well enough, tho' I took Abimelech Abcrs, the lcadin' spel- to know a bov that could spell like Sam. never tuk much stock in it. Geog- ler from the Red Haw school, and I The' say he had that boy spell tho dicraphy and, algebray and history and all took Cindy Patch, the best speller from tionary half through that day. and that is good enough in its place, but, Jack Oak. ncarl' hugged him when he spelled cor'cordin1 to th,j notion, spellin beats 'em "Then wc chose everybody in the rectly the longest word in it. all. room who would spell I think the strangest man , " 'And now to 'ncounigo you in bein we had more thau fifty at all. side. We on"The squire was spellin' that ever L on a tho subject of good spellers, and to stop the braggin" stood in long rows on both sides of the heard of. Nothin' but Sam's' knowin' . of some deestrickts not fer from here. house, against the wall, and much to to spell so well ever softened his 1' m goin' to make it an objeck fer you my disgust, I got my hair full of tallow how towards his sister and her chiljj, heart to studdy your spellers like sixty for from adrinnin' candle. dren. And nothin' pleased him more the next six weeks. "We were about ready to commence than to have Sam and Harriet spell " 'In mx weeks from we'll spellin'. and ev'rybodv had become other for hours at a have a speliin -- match in this house; and ouiet, when the people who sat near the against each L. Harbour in Youth's strctch."t". I Nvan't it cirkilated 'round that airy door made way for some one who had Companion. s school in this township is free to come come late; and in come little Sam t in and spell fer the prize I'll otter, Waitely on his crutch, with Ida mother hMiddlebury, Vt., talks of putting 1 wkich is twenty-fiv- e dollars in cash to "behind him. in a poor,-- thin, patched, up a marble slab in its new Town Hall the one that spells down ev'ry body. i old and faded calico dress, nnd a thin with a record of the town's inventions. g '.Now, take your spellers home to-- ; cotton shawl, with a faded old red hood j It claims the circular saw, the ? night and do something else with 'em on her head. machine, "power looms, sawing j "' besides the corners oil".' And "She hadn't any gloves or mittens, marble by sand, water and soft iron, with vtkat the Squire made- one of his and L'saw a hole yorh irt her- - shoe as welding cast steel aud making door : .... stiftfcowsto the teacher and marched cltn vtif UCl mubup on me .! uw pub and window sash by water-poweI .V out. "Sam was then ouuui Uliueu jcaia Ilutland Herald. .k...i r(. hehool-hou-i- e half-craznr my dear, how much I enjoyed the spelling match in your school one afternoon; it reminded me so much of when I was voting. I'm right glad hey have spoiling matches again in school. When I was a girl wc young folks thought a great deal of the spcllin's wi had, and this one of yours brought back that old country time. 1 "I must tell you. children. "The poor woman had. in the first place, "married against the squire's That angered him. Still he spoke to her when he met hor, though they did not visit back and forth any. "Mr. Waitely, the squire's brother-in-lawas the one that first suggested the dividin' of the deestriekt, and did more to bring it about than any other man; which was natural, for the deestriekt was so big and the sehool-hou- o so far oil" that the Waitely children could not go to school in the winter way. wi-he- s. spelled it without hesitation. 'Rime-lecgot confused, and thought the last letter was 'e' instead of y.' "The Red How people did look mortified, and the Four Mile folks were highly pleased, and showed it, too; foi. all the best spellers were out on both sides, and only Harriot Hepner and five or six others were left. Four of them missed 'micaceous,' and Harriet was just going to spell it, when Mis' Waitely, in a scared, timid voice that could just be heard, said : "If you please, teacher. Sammy hasn't spelled yet.' 'Sammy stood down at the end of the line aiid they had overlooked him. Rut the teacher "replied: " '() indeed! I thought he was down long ago.' "I thought he said it snoeringly, and he gave Sammy the word in a tone that said plainly: 'You can't spell It, any'- - "Rut what did Sammy do but spoil it correctly, without the slightest limitation. "Then the others who were sUindin' and that loft missed 'dromedary,' Sammy and Harriet alone. 1 tell vou, you might havo heard a pin drop then. y "Everybody was with excite- five-doll- fence-corne- rs f e, kind-hearte- e, n' school-house- pale-face- d, school-house- - e. Four-Mile- ." e, k. out-spe- ll e. sled-runne- rs b-- st k. out-sitc- h. An amusing incident occurred in u. IiclteTca an J cur a Some people aro so modest that even Nov., which created considerable CM'm their wounds are mortified when the surKHEniATISH, merriment to those present. As several geon looks at thorn. Bolon Globe. eyffi spa Neuralgia, young gentlemen wore walking along rj.'l.Liti i iitlSsSii,"s303ie Vm Mlrt I mini nn i lilft one of the streets, their attention was UHn X 3LYSTERY OF THE SEA. tUi.ocnissai iff 1 attracted by a mule, wlticli disputed Arinv their tight to the sidewalk. Finally ouej The Tote "Which Overtook the ' City ol Headache, Toothache, of thf young nun made a wager with lloston." Captain Murray's Ideas SORE THROAT, mid Kiporleuces. his cqmradis that he would ride the mWi Q : w t QUTXSYSWELLIXGS, which was immedi- ffl aiiBBLLZW t) SI'KAIA'S, A few years ago, tho City of Boston X worked finely b lU SortatH, Cuts, BrnUra, harbor, crowded with an ex- UWE man Mleeeeded, sailed from ;id run rnosTiUTEs. icu-i ffil u diagonals, all riirilt. pectant throng ot pasiAjngvrs bound fur a iiroun I itvjtxs, sc.vi.ns, on a loup I nt tht3itimil iM"iig ears r fusd to forotgn shoro. quilt ng all togn.iir, And all other loUlljr nches Bl I I Sho never entered port. lge an iu'i, i tw cad pains that ho and hang it up over or hi l.n I the stove. of her untimely end grows FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. n.'surrul Iv iLll'tr.nt method. The The mysteryyears incroaso, and the AtA. 1. In u . MOii3tii51' Fold by nit Draftpat and ..ting man w ;u about despairing of deeier as the The e Tg U c nsi rel one of th .JVlif. lm au.rs .Lirt:ciuiia m ii lantic voyager, when the fierce winds UClin. ocun. ng h s bet, Ahn an Bjgg:iJiiJgifcjB','ijtM Un:S-sf.i dyenten. best of rimed-ehowl around and danger is imminent on changed- the entire The Charles A. Tofffler Co. J Reaten up slighth, wit! or without curred that Ifv&tHxi u a. TuastU a Co The agent of tho Iangnshe every band, shudders ns the namo and sugar, and sw allowed at a;ulp, it tends SilUsore.Kd..U.S.A I ompany happened to be pacing at tho mysterious fato of that magnificent vessel by its emollient qualitits to lessen are alluded to. stomach and time with several pouters on his arm. Our repoi ter, on a recent visit to the intlammntion of the lac arcrsMij mr A.R'B'B.K-VP'fintestines, and. by forming a transient The mule was attracted by the bills, and Yoik, took lunch with Captain Heorjro i prompt turn exacient was Slddnus Murray, on board the Alaska, ot noua?QoHi reraeu.es coating on these "organs, t enable na- it was not till 'Uie ferry-lothe Gulon line. Captain Murray is a man !R aiMtti'iiTrii "IJhj ji is ua.Jj Krovt us murr iaii.iiik Ki t$2 ture to resume her healthfu sway over reached, tiat Uio agent was safe. The of stalwart build, an.1 t if frame and young man. won Id bet. Exchange. lhcsIlotcttera a diseased body. Two or at tho mo-j- t cheery, gonial disposition. Ho has been a llltterslitlie bj all Uiat is voyager for n qui'rtor of a centconstant three eggs perday would rhlrf la tneriiana themo-- : pooulsr. Irr.gury, over half of that tinio having been in A oble Ueod. required in ordinary.eases. Ar. Y. Vot. uUrMy of id" tum- In the course the service -- O' h ecd ix.vrrl, ina.destroy Canada histle the To of the conversation over tl r !artal lev r. IIti r J:iv Gonld stopped at an apple stand table, the mystery of the City of Boston ji- "S. Grunge County '(X. Y.) Firmer says: Cuii plaint, drtrt Ity, sj i!(rnrmtnai and r. Inwrs nf r t vi utv "We'know of no better remulj than a on Wall street, and picking up a big was alluded to. Jth cril'.mrntt rU "Yes," remarked tho Captain, "I shall " SSWtSvgsfs iom.li brood sow. Tako Uie ring out of her red apple, cautiously inqiiiml the price. 'l'our cents" replied Uie proprietor never forget thn last night we saw that the nose and leave- her to root aid work mi vessel. 1 was rhiet officer of m the field all winter in open weather ami of the establishment. City of AntKrrp. On the day we sighted ana it is Mr. Gould threw down a nickel, and the Cily of Jtotton a furious southeast tne pj only sparingly fed, and our yord for it, scTiV2' tr.il'd most cuiuftrt n'nby spring she will have the jib finished. swallowing a' latge gulp of emotion, hurricane ket in. Both vessels labored KS, STOMACH rvmeeT ti hi hard. Tho lortal' It all If the seeding is extensive, tlen einplov said: "Keep the chauge, my poor wo- sweep away sea seemed determined '.a EW b&Rj rstt sad Dealtri everv vertigo of life. V'h n gtnvrally. brood sows an4 it will le man, for is it not happy 'Christmas day ended the gale did not aba'e, and evone or more found to be one of the cheapest aud times?'' erything was ladiel for a night of unusual And then as he walked up the street fury. Our good ship was turned to tho most effective remedies for ridding a ATARRHfl-TS0HaMlto of farm of this pest that could be desired, entinp his apple, oore and all. like The City avoid the possibility undoubtedly triien appnea ny of Boston, however, V&&P'f j the still, small voice went to the north. Her bouts, the Cnijer Into tho for we havo tried it to our entire satis- Snmjson rr nostrils, will be within him begau tanging comic songs, faction on several occasions'' and rafts were all securely lashed; AM effectually Stuffed Reefsteak: Take a cutting and all wa peace and liappines and nnd wlien sho went down overy tiling went cleansing tho head ITCUSFC' i orentanh.il virus, with her, never to uutil the sea it. well, season loy.PhUtuhlplua Call. of round steak, pound causing healthy segives up its dead." "H with salt and pepper, then ipread over What, in your opinion. Captain, was KPirvir:,- r,u ? cretions. It allays of bread crumbs seaiiillammatlon, proit nice dressing iThree underground cables have re- the cause of the loss of the City of Sutton?" - Vir membrano soned with thj me and parsley, sage and cently been laid in Washington for the "Tho City of Limerick, in almost presyiSffsHi tects thonasul paw of the 'Y and pepper, roll up and Ue closely, put District Government, they being com- cisely tho same latitude, a few days later, aces from addition- tho ea full of floating ice; and I E nl cold?,completeIy in a kettle with a quart of boiling water posed of eix small copper wires incased foundno City of Boston collided bcals the sores and nnd boil slowly an hour; then put it in in leall. Several tests have been mado have the doubt thesunk immediately." 'Jtx ice, nnd with restores tosto ana the dripping pan with the water in and have resulted, Uie Star says, erv Captain Murray has been in command of smell. A few applications relieve. .1 which it was boiled and bate it till it is saUsfnctory. "It was thought by some' the Alaska ever since she was j ut in comtinrouuh trmtnunt a nice brown, bntiig it frequently. says Uiat paper, "to be impracticable to mission and feels justly proud of his noblo ship. 8he carries thousands of psssengi rs tn- Make sravv of the drippings An join Uie cable wires with overhead wires, every year, and lux greatly popular. d at ferior jiioco of meat cooked after Uite but a connection has been made between the Williams & Uuion line', lteinarkmg Send for circular. Price 50 cent by mail or V. bi,N. draeKiits. Lly hiotbcrs,Dru,.-0-bts,Ovr- i method mav bo made von savior and the upon the bronzed and healthy appearance office and the insane asyof the Captain, the reporter said that tea palatable. .V. Y. 'tribune. lum, whicYhas proved Uyit audi a life did not seem to be a verv great phvs-icis entirelv practicable. trial. About Yeast. "Ko? But a nerwa's ennearaneo is not of Dry yeast i made by mixing corn The w hirligig of Ume brings manv always a trustworthyForindicationyears hisI moafwiUi ordinary hop oast until the changes. This has. been saiii before, Idiysical cnndi ion. respectsseven much out very in many to bo but nevertheless it is true. For instance, of sorts with myself. At certain times I whole i of sufnVient stitl'ne-.molded into cakes. These cakes are Italian arUsUs aro now visiting Uiia was so lame that it was diflicult for uv to Itrrllevfaf or.eo Ran- - I'i r liap rdHandorUp I I could scarcely straighten rroeasorftt barwU I then dried at an oven, moderate tem- country to study brilliant snnset ufleuts. move 1around. know what the trouHe Has, 0m Bi.n P4 scalds, t hltfffromartT citw szcA. ICTnurdm I up. did not perature, and when quite dry and hard I,.,,., - frft, or tcad to K Fuiioa Street. '. V. . i.i.7 Xorristoum Herald. tltough I performed all my duties and ly and satifnctorily, yet I felt tuat I can be kept for many month, if joi-l- n might some day be overtaken with s ana DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT away from dninune and the a place (20,000 C.iiin-- ! Ti."-.prostrating disorder. up a 'p ot.ne KrKtnat iu, ..r- extremes of heat and cold. This was .:-San Fhaxcisco, Cal. Tro Chronicle serious increased. I i.ralciand then, su;i a, Kidvt the favorite yeast of our grandmothers, publishes in suhstance the following mar- troublesshooting pains felt dull mv arms er. jin and Llrci ttMes, egain, through istfcma, ilit Iiea.-of "emptlns," a vel. Capttdn W. F. Swasey, tiro oldest and limbs. Possibly tho next day 1 would who gave it the name a a, wntimt.n. lArrh lie Irilf'D- unea-word originally derived from "emptypioneer of tin coasr, makes a statement of feel flushed and unaccountablydospouJ-on8t Irr.rotrTK-- r lrrtlpnHl t rl - 7rt ... .'nttf, . RUPTiippr.uRrnwhich vvik appl'ed to the lews of the) intense suffering ot hi friend Col. D. and t lie day following chilly and ings." ... . .. ....... ... .. . ". This continued until last December, UTtLtkl KIUI I y.' riTiiTtii" iru.inii.vrirja. beer. lJnt why it should be given to J. Williamson, an Army officer of dUt notown. when I wh prostrated soon nfter leaving Agnts wanted Inovery131 w ieiidforCir. jr. J. EOEl?E.IaTectu ntwAr Uu.asu.IIL yeast which was made from the frothy tion and an Ex-Qneenstown, and for the remainder t tlio S. Onul, who was ferment of the malt liquor it U hard to in tho winter of 1S61-- with violent voyage wat a helpless, pitiful sufferer. In last, a friend u ho made that voyguess. Dry yeast has of late years rhouuintitm. So great was hi agony in January me, wrote a letter with an important article of commerce, nfter years, he becamn n helpless erinple, agetry a new course mo treatment.urging ma C3BES WHERE Alt ELSE FAILS. H of I Brat Cutih Syrup. Ti.tmBood. pi and now that it can be procured ol and nfter trying nuniberletis remedies, tho to a ecu pi oil his counsel, and for the gladly last Urciaenie So dliydnmaists. lg overy grocer, many housekeepers do baths of other couutriei and sending a seven months have given thorough und business-likattention to the recovery of not take the trouble to make it for furtutto of 20,'00, the disease to and have tho themselves. Others prefor to do so, a more virulent type. Finally, he my natural health; of saying toI vou that proud sntisfac'ion since by so doing they can bo better as"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." was persuaded to try St. Jacobs Oil, tho tho lame lack, tho strange feel ns, t) o THRESHERS, sured of its freshness" This yeast lous groat conqueror of pain. It worked a mlr sciatic rheumatism which have so long SAW its virtue if it becomes old. especially if acle of cure. In a letter to tho Chronicle pursued me, ha.'e entirely disappeared tva g u iv,a)j KGisc rcKos. ' MILLS, eu j iuilueace of For Jlwclloi an i I.TS LIU) W rite foraf " Pampldet it has been kept iu a warm place. Ex- hu confirms Capt, Swaary's statem nt and through tho hlo Taj lor Co. , llanatel J. Ouo and Prlcrs to Tho Uie airalso robs it of its yeasty nuds: " I I'heerfuliy give my uuqia'itied Wariiei's Safe Rheumatic I'uro which posure to eradicated all rheumatic poison qualities. In making bread of dryyeat attestation to the truthrnlnet8 of the state- from my system. Indeei, to me, it s.eems is necosinry to allow' some time ment, because I foel perfectly certain that that It has workod winders, snl I thereit an infallible cure for Ille. longer for it to rise than is necessary a knowledge oi my cure ly St. Jaeol3 Oil fore most cordially commeu.l 81 from dn.frcls's or . n. n. nxhrmill Sntrtnlp "And you have no trouble now in exporn moist wiUi preparation oi will prove the means of the hundreds ting yourself to the winds of tho Atlantic?" 1 BJI ' Ai AXAKESIfl," EBada V ilacers, BoxSllC, cwyotk of siuTorsne." aud tho older iC hops, " 5ot t' o least. I am as sound ns a bulthat it retains any fermenting let and I feel specially thanklul over the "Love," says on amorous writer, "is fact becauso I believe rheumatic and kidvirtue at all the longer it requires. transport." A is the blood What is known as brewer's yeast is an internal"Tnesamo might contemporarya ney dreadfully inshocked on of my family. I bo said of : my last arrival was hops, ami is a most remarks made of malt and " Troy Times. In Liverpool to learn that my brother, ho a s Trade Mart LaN-'cr no In rx ' !' ' Is a wealthy China tea uiercban, hnd sud excellent and reliable ferment. t ' ' TVkiii.c Loiir LT. T. FTTZOEK II chest referencra. denly died of Bright's disease of the kid- - iwictcc eiUos it is usuallv supplied daily by the 1000 FSiiwt.V.'ashlncton.D.C. Their Nanio H t.fielon. Legions of people have hnd their livoi noys, anil consider myself txtroinely fort- brewers to tho grocers, who nnii a 270 PATENT, KO PAY! mndo miserable by Piles. This painful anil boforo anv moro ready sale for it with their housekeepserious offocts were K)A nf"wlHiVk il s. & a. - LAUfci.rttent always Eat B AllVnw ing customers. Still another yeast is difficulty is often induced andKldnoy-AVopossible." Wastuncton. I). C hy Constipation. of Patents sent free. Tho conversation drifted lo other topics, Fall Instructions and jwoeurablc in cities, which is even more is the great remedy for all nfTection.i of generally preferred. It is a paste of this kind. It nvt a a gendo cathartic, and as the writer watched the face b foro Vtirnlc RirOootNAf'Ioth ngMor.'Mt.Ivfriilrfb- .. 1l rna 1it4 en ctrltil dr alt Ifo '","""'"t;' nil wi " hops, or malt and hops made so stifl promotes a healthy uction of tho bowols, """: "." Benial.and thoiiRhtof t'lcmnuniernbli ex- - OKipirrMt :9 paying KMa..tn,a! Hoi,iinds.i that it can be cut with a knife into little nnd sooths and hnals tfio inflamed snrface. posnroi and hardships to which its ownt-- ' ccmUord,4ntm.iJ. L. AlI.l.:t,-- i rtk'Bldj.,Cm'u,0. nil s juaies. These squares are each folde.il It has eurod butid.-e- aud of casos whorehave had been exposed, ho iiistinctivpiy wished applications other renudies all who aro sufTerins from the temlilo IMIM'IT nnIliriTHU rcmoT duulrair. in tin foil to keep them from the air, fuilud. Sold by all dn;sgiU. lh gruth and preTret the ba r from (ailing rheumatic troubles now so common might 1T but even with this protection will not rxvrrr raid aot. I. llftDfactn-fknow of Captain Murray's experience and DAIED, BraK'l,ror.9th& Markrl.LeuiiTille.Kj. It. do keep their veastiuess more than two lUn's FOine littlo truth ebon in do foci; the moons by which he had been restored. lie, eben ef it is no more den Pain is a common thing in this world, but days. The'makers of thisycast usually a prompflT renr a far too many endure it when thoy might dat it is a lie. ;l'runsatc Traveller. k r.urtn.. .litirWfmi bring it daily to the grocery stores. Asfiicj,l-as well avoid it. It is a falss philosojust I'alcnt Potato east is an especial favorite phy which tenchos us to endure when wo l'inii Mreet, Cincinnati. Ohio. . have suFFEnED from Catarrh to such nn This is with expert bread makers. 1 andngo my Lend to can just as readily avoid. Fo thought tho rstent thai I had to 5IOXTIT. Asrnt "Wanted. So t made simply by mixing the potatoes lulet the pain. I was advised by Mr. henrty Captain of the Alaska, so thinks 1 samBb t'RKK U set to rise. Crown, ol Ithaca, to try Ely's Cream the writer and so should all others think $2503 miiffanl with the hop tea before it 11I:0NS0N, llCTSOIT. illcil. J or IVhen suffering This yea-i- t is excellent, but will keep Balm. tho head I havo with catarrh Its who dksiro happiness nnd a long life. never found ITinfit sweet a few da s only. For this reason cold in C. A. Cooper, Dauby, 2f. Y. saJs&HeUll.l'rtep-Iisfref. Gondtcutraa equal. teed. U.C.SIB.TUU157 After long Mercury and Potash treatmost persons prefer to add the potatoes, ment. I found mvself a cripple from Mer which are d to increase the sweetWanted lo pamt rcof and hn?ti Good partners at cards a chimney-weo- curial Hhoumatism. Tried Hot Springs SflnoI Xetionainuoaugrc.,Fs.WayB.,Tad. EVaUl ness of the bre-id- , to the sponge when and a lugler. One can follow soot, two years without relief, and was finally Farmer. end .h fcr can trumpet. Chicago Tfi'i- cured sound and well by the use of Kwift's j it is first mixej. rrulll rt 1nlerhuty Klem TTInder CftAS. Beuo, Specific (S. S. S.) vr ! A J Tv.VTI'H r.n Tffi If: f IKI.IO post paid. ljmmklxc-Al-bin- Sufforincfrom functional derangements or any of tho painful disorders or weaknesses incident to tboir sex. Dr. Tierce's treatise, and colored iilustrnted with wood-cut- s plates, suggests sure means f comp ete Sent for threo Jottor postage stamps. Addross World's DisrrvsxiiT Medical Association-- , Buffalo, X. Y. self-cure. . by Tiso's Cure. CoxsrM?Tio,j in nny stage may be cured 25 centj a Is vour-BacLiilnry-Wort.f- bottle- - Luiw a uuuaiuiiiuiEiuuuu' r73 THE - GREAT GERMAN r lame and aahing? taJ lav Havo you Kidnoy Disease? maJe me ouniijnllTcr and kldny I iiM-y-tVort bottle) cured ruo uhen I wajo to Toll cot of . - V. iU TamnaBe.iiuwansce, .. . REMEDY afUr years ot cnmocrufol djrtcrlnir. Ita wxinn SlOaUiz." Sam'l llodgej, Wllliamitown, Vest a. TTIdrirr-Wo- a, 2nZ2X2E22:j For Pain! I I I Axo rt i I E alter "KUsey-Wor- Up mk ram, JU 1 rcaedy I hsro erer tucd TTMnj-Wfn- ujI...I'.Ih..i1.1 ilfn. Havo you Malaria?any ataer tlHin 15 t mjtt evacuations and rAuiot other nwdteinea.' cured years Kr V Vt. has done better you Constipated? In tny praetlce." eom.-nlenc-- e n'ndMkir jksw "m IffasavoB f nthir irnftlT I ham Are you Bilious? hnjt donarnA CXod H1OT0 nrr tikrn. JUT. J, 1. U&iiuwjtia.jtt, untuu. itj vi.i.ttu; 7 ttuU& ILSr .,.-1 imtmi rues. Dr. - Aro you tormented ith PHes? iUaaCy-TKrnKinmiiy carr . t- oliflUMVs oTOIHrnn 2 -s Geo. U, - Ki ne recoramtau. Uorst, Cathieril rsiap . jnssl J c Ato vou Hhoumati ... . . -- 2311.1 . UtaOTslB . . .W IdleLy iiyairtatnandltiimffi.-- nj: rtES Ulinato JJiicoluj, CM UUJi, uaue. i T.nrlifiR. urn vou sufferintr? "Kld-wV'cri tr ouirs of I rd jr.e ct s. Kanyf terualYtaxsttin ; UL L&tu jreaux,ciltlaofo anJ prauw II La Motto, Yt Ura. IU" .c-- J thirty yean im-iden- t . - N-- mmi I ) If you would Banish Disease! and. gam .tteaitn, xqko i 2SZ5S I at rtnnKHHRa Ths blood Cleanser. A SPECIFIC FOR' well-kul- traiiB-AMant- wvll-nrea- d ill-fa'- - kOiJiSr,'f.v. tUf !fls mm liiiTx-rsiit- - Epilepsy, Spoirru, Coavcl-eioc- s, X - Falling - lif, "fas ft. -.rf an-ih- -i iv I .VI SERVE -- Fl1 ftiHE engaTjQ ing- - Donee, Mcohot- um, Opium Est- i frJ:nilSt.Yitna J tssiKSi r, -- Scrofula, Kings Uglj Blood Diseases, Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Jleadacfif, (cjolHteMEWQlB); . -- ice-lor- e. lira, m vir Bm ii:"ii"" SrsqmM mww& y .. BiliiiDcs3, Coitaaias, ,ri- Ttmin Vnrrr. Blood Sorts, Kidnoj TrouUa ami Irregularities. bnmplo TcsifmoniaU. - eousrr06tratioa, ?L50. "Samaritan 'e- mc ia flolog .ToauiM. Vr. J. O. If cLemoia, Alexander City, AU. recornraend It." "I f eol it 'Dr. F. Laughlia, Clyde, Kans-pays'-ciacfailed.," at erred where Kcr. J. A. Edle, Bearer. Pa. i. X s freely C v m B. S. A.Sold by AllBID. EICHHSSB CO.. ST. IGSEPH. HL Drue-rfst- a. Wm0$t L03D, STOTXEiraUBG & CO., Asrents, Chleaco, EL z-- flre-nhir- m eon-necti- on al s MUikMiW nni!--.S '7-t- I taode, ccciblnlaj Ttrtces of hops inti inm-i- . balsams and ex- tract. Its power Is woadirf ol Vi curin; diseases whera ctii r pkLters slmv'y reliere. Crick la the Bacic asd Kjek,I'a'niat''eS .lc or Limb. Stiff Joints aad ilcjcles, Lilncy Troubles, Caearrntfva, h'curalsia, Soro Cht, ATertioas ct the Hoart and IjTer. asd all rains or arhca la any part cared Instantly by tVs IIop tliit-r- . G7" Try cents or nro lor ;loh it MaUrd on receipt of price. Sold by all druttts and country storcj. lion natter compa-.- v. rroprietors, Boston, ltass. This poroos plaster Is absolutely tht Itit ercr to HOP PLASTER LAEV9E liws It- - BACK rojr-ul- w e I ! 1 C3"For con." tpatlon, loss ot appetite and diseases ot ths bo-r- ? U t3k I!aw!eTs Stomach and Ltrcr Pills, is cents. HSh . - , Fry-iiwi- r i 1 Sawing Made Easy Monarch Lightning Sawing Machine! t. l . . T- Kent on HO Tin vs 5 rrnt Snvlne "f fgSk Tel Vlrlal. tM ijitjorcV Money. C-- J 2 bo-co- dMV?.Hrii pg d e to-da- ly ! iuTs.-ses- . AttU.-n- a i -- Fr-t- - rr. and EAST Aborl resrsoH can mwIojs FAST rnmhpIea-lwU- Milm M rh .vrril- Anl the MONARCH LIGHTMTSO SAWniOKaCHIlIE. oilaai Dh!'K'n i minutes. loraawlnzloKS nndallsortj into suitable lenstlu for family Iltnstratcd unrlrsl.'d f locntilnsr It is pei atalosrnc. Free. AGENTS WASTES. Mention this Artlrv,. MONARCH MANUFACTURINQ CO., 1C3 E. Kandolph St., Chicago, IU. MfBBAY Povtncr h laed Of ai-- stoTe-Tiw- reli-vi- i" IMS E VlGGRTfiTAND LIFE lcr dist-ns- iR8 l- SOOTT'S Oooa, Beef and iron (With. Phosphorus, rosess'nrnirTelouscaratlTe Tlrtora In all forms of N rtoiu D. b lltv. lira n. Heart and XiT"ons Ills- e Dyt pepola. Wralc Lung-- . Xfrre Exhaustlox Ac &1.0O;.r buttles fiht . iss.Oa. fcrnd stamp for the of and reid of wonderful cures pfffcird bT Coca. Beet and : f ur It Addivsi your On-c- ; Iron, or Is found In tho Great Slodem BL'covcry, 3D3P2.. canal-bjaU- elia-R- r. -, ar. j "3Irimri;rr C. IV. Ilenlth,' XI rt 3ill nt Iland-Buo- k I. Zniina City, I0L SCOTT, o. y ":. -- ; l,BoniiW.inToietl,tfO,ar-raceales.-H00,inntl0,- . r ,ssn 4CHICAGO mSCALE CO. StOt. gyyyg. Ton ten Itox Included 1T0S TT1COM SC1L1L 3X3 l- tl big-go- s' 2ilOlh. FCOMFR'R SfinlF.BH. Tho "Little ii ox. to lb. J3. soooTiir.it sizes. CtdatrtniiciiasTriuu. FOBGES, TOOLS. &o. RtST lonr.E jiiPK roa liciit itobe, tie. SOO. I iiO. i ' Mowers. Anvil. tOlti.Aiivllnml KllorTools.SlO. dj JIm Farsaert at Um aa4 wmtj rfl iron a Other Article! it Lentil rents, nuousiLK abetxu. tx-- Mmth-w..T- ITiireisentrO-O.anrwherw.'Whnlt Wabaih-av.Oiicas- a u-e- p Cjfriiri j re CIJ I hare a poslnre reniedy for the abore dbise br Its nw thousands of caes ot ths wint k cd apd of lona ttandjhiTobecncnnl, lndsl otroni;ismrfalta IniUelSrary that I will rend TWO I)OTTI.ES FREE, on this disease. U anysnilcrcr OlreExprf'san-IO Hdrrss BR. T. A. SLOCUM, 1J1 Pearl St.. XewTorkv I J 00 NSyMPTIQN. Treated R.H. Ih-x-. I -- x .irf'IiMM fast-enf- n' well-kno- experiments to ascertain the value of sweet milk for feeding pigs. Two lots of pigs were fed separately, one lot upon corn meal, the other lot upon milk, the latter being given all they would take. After twenty-liv- e days pigs had gained lift "and the milk-fe- d one-hapounds, against forty and , made by tho meal-felot. The lots were then reversed, the milk-fe- d pigs being put on meal, and lot being given milk for the meal-fe- d twenty-liv- e more days, at the end of which time the milk-fe- d had made a pounds, and the gain of seventy-nin- e meal fed only sixty-on- e and a half lf three-quarter- s d rr.i . mTmvfnrEcu.S-Xi- . jliiu ii 'w--- gt. of has b'Mui makhf ''Jm' intoVjyting . u.: jpiiiuii itiiil: "lie is as lino a fol ceiH'c" ' low as eve)4 lifted a hat to a lady or a boot to a scoundrel." Chicago Herald. fmWf LVCAfel at a re-- t to-da- y Du-nng'- iiu.opnus, aia. 1 I CHg.iIS-tK5iCo..K.- 377Kalton8t,Ilrooklyn.X'.Y. Nevek mako love, young man. Tho manufactured articlo is not a satisfactory substitute for tho natural production. i Boston lnintaripi. Ir amictei'i with Soro , uso Dr. Isanc Thompson's Eye Water. Dru.wists eell it. C5c. Ax Iowa editor assorts that no true Christian can edit a newspaper. AVe don't Twenty-Gv- o Ier Cent. Stronger than nnj know about that. "We are doing pretty Other lluttcr Color, well for only threo months. 1'hihtdelphia lltinr.iSGTOX, Vt, May 3, 1SS2. Call. I beroby certify that I havo examined Viien Clara was asked what sho would the Butter Color prepared by Well, & Co., and that tho sama is free do if a riicu young gentleman should ask her hand in marriage, she naivelv replied: from alkali or auy other substtnea injuri"I don't think I'd no." Boston Transcript. ous to health; that I havo compared it with somo of tho bast of the otherButter Colors in suspenders are now worn; tho markot andtinditto bo moro tbantwea-y-fivepo- r cent, stronger in color than tho but lots of mer will rontinuo fo hold up pounds. their "pants" with a leather belt fastened jotof tha others. I am satisfied that it is not liabla to beThe weight of both lots of food were with a shingle nail. Philadelphia Chroii' come rancid, or in wav to injure the showed that iiOO pounds recorded, and imttor. I havo examined it alter two of corn meal made a pound of pork, Ax advertiser says that "parlor matches months fres exposure to the air In a placa and that 1900 pounds of milk made aro tho only true match for the hoiiiohoU." liable to large changes of temp;rature, r of raucidlfy, while oth-athe same quantity of pork, live weight, Wo don't know about that. We think and fonnd no traca exposal kinds similarly matches havo beane ranciJ. so that when live hogs are worth five some very satisfactory gate, or out ou been A. H. Sablv, tho mido at tho front cents per pound, milk is worth about piazza. Burlington Free Press. Trof. Chemistry, University of Vermont. t, Kj-es- The only remn'ly sold in tho United States that actually cures rheumatism is It never has and never :ran fail to euro tho worst case. Write for ree pamphlet. R. K. Helphonstine, drug-jisWashington, D. C s. CA A ft fl. 0)i'-fpc- . Ten rat borne Addrcksll A T"rms nnd costly oatf.t nmm AND Xf'.'TlOXtS v'fJ bt, UadaaaU.O. Cus&Ui, Chicago. kniteTTBssssslr menisent free. Oration,') Sarrit W. 4U 0l CItOUl, ASTIISIA, IIItONCniTIS, stanUjr reUcre tcrriblo diseases, nd j will poslUrelj cure nine casts out of ten. I Information that will saro cany urs sent I irwAnvm.il imn f it.ii, i.nm.nf i.a . counts ocucr man cme. .lUlirt&urt'S AXVlJXnti 1. IK IT (.'UIIES Influenza. Hoarse ness. Harkliiir l ouh. WbooDins Cuuzh. Dianhtra. liTSenterr. fr.nra Iforbns. Kldnrv TrnohlM. and 1 Lsmy n.irt. Soldi rrrwnrrc. uirruiars win r & w.. ooston. iass. i a. wuil.'f&o. .ivurusm, ivQeumaiisni. J0IINSO.S-AX0UVXK I.IXIJIENT (for Internal and External Vu ulll In. tbc i.iles :st5 alc . Itich-ard"s- tefofape. yon are "Whicli is tiie hest Liniment for 3ian and Beast? this is tlio answer, attested by two venerations: tlio of th? continued use or mercury nd potash forth treannrnr of ISlood and Slclndl raws therBCTtr cure.l and nearly nlways Injure or totally ruia the cenera ' health IlAXD-rAlXTE- D icle-Heral- d. a-j- y A WELL-KNOW- N DRUGGIST. I Epcclflc I hare sreat miny ese cured with Swift's ! some who had trltd all sorts of tre aancnt. Ia , ecn a In the inquiry to-nig- ht m wool-pickin- , - - t .. stove-nean- u. .., - ! r. ; half a. cent per pound. Other experiments in feeding meal and milk together showed very much more value in the milk, ranging frum forty cents to ninety cents per 100 pounds. At the latter rate the value per quart would be one and cents. This is surely a pretty strong showing in favor of butter or cheese making, instead of sending milk off to the cities at only two cents per quart, the pr.ee at which much .has been sold within the past few years. ( New England Farmer, There are mountains of solid iron ore" in Northern Sweden less than a hundred miles from the AtlanUc Ocean. Chicago Journal. three'-fourths church." This shows tho great advantage of tho American paragraph system over lengthy editorial. Chithe cago Times.' . . s A medical journal devotes nn entire column to telling how to fall asleep, while wo can do it in threo short words: "Go to one of our citizens for aid, claiming that sho was in. a starving condition. Tho citizen looiol upon her plethoric form, esti- A SUABEILT dressed woman called upon grief.- "- Ildrtford Times. Swift's Specific (S. 8. 8.) ha relieved years roe of an obstinate case of Dry Tetter,which The eld;r Cameron is eighty-siold, and yet when Simon says " thumbs had troubled me for twenty-flvyears, and things are lively, had baffled all sorts of treatment. up" or " Loxcell Courier. Rxv. L R. Bhaxhau, Maccn, Ga. x o wipgle-waggle," mated the avoirdupois of tho superfluous fat, and answered: "You dou't look liko a starving woman." " I know it," sho whiningly answered, "I'm bloated with T.flrl nnt "Kitrfttx. fit Ri1t-i- nrAnnrnftnnf have done. It will change light or fadedl hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy brown. Ask your druzgist for it. Each bottlo is warranted. Jou.v D. Park & Boss. Wholesale Agents, Cincinnati, Ohio, and C. N. Critientow, N. Y. Wntnnt Hair IJestorer Is entirely different from all others. It is as clear as water,and,as it3 name indicates, is a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer. It will immediately free the head from dandruff, restore gray hair to its natural color, and produce a new growth where it has fallen off. It does not in auy manner affect the health, which Sulphur, Sugar of Iar 3ffiXICAXtfUSTANG IINI-5IEN- T. The reason is simevery sore, wound, or lameness, to the very bone, and drives out all inflammatory and morbid matter. It "goes to the root" of tho trouble, and never fails lo ewe in double quick time. ple. It penetrates PtVPnC ltn HTrvrrmv nw Tnw iriv andnulccsthecomplexionfalrandrosy. As for blood taint, there s no sucli word as fall. It cure caaea that hare Ions wUtmood other A3 ns of trcaimcnt. and: jrlthont any of those reeurrtnrouMes that CfaeraUf follow mercurial and other i.ral W rnre a. i T. L. MASSEXDCBG, Macos. G. , Ourtrtattieoa Blood and'Skfn D!rae msHedfre, toappllcsntv T1IE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Drawers. Ailaava, Ga. 1 Free Information About The Frnlt-Growrblock-Rattere ' South-Wes- t.: -, Kansas. Colsrado.I!iaa. XewMcuJoo.Arlxoaa. CaMfornla and Old Metlco offer the brut Relet for Farmers, Capitalists. Mercbaat. MlnersandMrcainlciot alltratles. Mips, papers asd patnpaIft.KlTlB8dc!U-dlnfnrmtmailed free tm applfcattontoC H. SCHMIDT. Cotntnlsalotiersl launtcnUOB. A. T. & S. K. K. K.. Tortrju KaSaaj. fiOLEHAX KCSI.SEW C0M,KfiE. Xewarlc X.J. A. X. C E. 900 T trBTE?r pleaa PW whitixs uajry i ABTISIHCl ?i;ia 4" m iS w 1 - , 4 "V "T7 rsr'"..., Tr-V?- - " 't-JT- :: jc- ts - LOCAL NElyS. 9XSS ' I 'agi " ., ,. w.h0 0 to na no to fix the Rilary of the subordinate officer, a A Wall follows: Triniiiff niOVrcBce. 1 Ip? i - -- Fultoninn reports til when the Government TllO Collector, 5 percent, commiarion. will estabdeuth of Mr. O. P. Foster, mi Nrid lish a postal telegraph system. TreuJuier, 50. citizen of Fnlton,last week. orricims xlijCteu. -Molting snows "never lirin On motion, the (2otitie!l iroeoedeii to T. P Fortune gin his pergonal atttnttohl floods, but snows that pass off elet the Mibordinale officer, which resulto all prescriptions mini leu in niA arujj luth rams are the danger signals. ed a follow. I store for com pounding. Business houses nre tumbling R. K Millet, City Clerk. The FultOll Fultoninn has C. II Uil.ioii. ! ! bought a new power press, and anil breaking in every direction. T. P. Fortune, Ameiror. Trreuurer. "Oli no ho wasn't insane. W. L Gardner, Collector. gives other evidences of prospcri- - Xot a break has occurred at Hicksee the will leaves everything man, ud we believe none in our OFFICIAL BOXluJ. neighboring towns recently. J&t On motion, ordered that all the aiibortii-n- ie JOLICA WAliK, at A fail llxe f "To his second wife, or somo " olbcer elect 'recent their oihcial bond " "" The Courier will, probably MUSE&SHAWK : . church or college. Have no fears at tho nxt regular meeting. mv dear sir. I can bust the busiThe Hickman market has next week, at the request of the MARSHALS HILARY. Secretary of the Interior, publish ness sky high. We'll plead urnluo been well supplied lately with a list of .Federal soldiers Oil motion, onlcroi tho pay of CitT resident Matvh.il, in addition that the feci" altowd influence." game, qnaiis, wua turkeys. raDinis, in jMiiton county, drawing pen- him by law, hhall be $12 60 pr month, and "But I influenced him myself." coons. onnsRiims. and squirrels. e have marked down the prices on every article in -- , -- TfK , our bouse. sions from the Government. one fourth of the fines collected, nud this "Ha, that alters tho case someis t bi in full. to the jury indebted to AlexanALL parties what; but I'll prove A Hickman county bachelor COUNCIL KICIUTrf. that ho was afflicted with softender & Maxwell are kindly request- obtained marriage license from On motion, ordrroi that tho regular ing of the brain." m ed to come forward and settle. J county clerk Taylor, Wednesday, meetings of is M A, y do Council be held beginning "For heaven's sake, don't and is to be married uext Sunday, on Tuesday, lliti poll-taThere are 383 delinquent January 29th loVI, and ever it!" payers in this county, for last but ho plead so hard not to pub- alternate Tuesday thereafter. "Hut I must and shall bust the 4 On motion Council adjourned. our voting lish until next week, that we withyear, or . whinl. ,... r.ir n i will." t K. h. Mulct, Clerk. hold the names of the to be happy m lanious tow linens, means tnat voi ii ran population. . , "Ihen, I'll liavo to tA a i.,w,nrlr . ' , f l"U " Kn couple. .n.,1.1 muii uicj ntic uvi'i rciuiieu ui tms ArU Ai.it The Flour Iturrcl. my fa "i .,-., mil who can't, for it's drawn in Mr. Zaehary, a citizen of the before. The Hickman Skating Einki vor, and I want to beat all the ffiarKetare suburbs of Hickman, died, Tues.. - .!. Our schoolmates are few and j I Wc '"mi ti ottering Hare Bargain in under tho management of Edwin far between now. day morning last, lie leaves Death has car- other heirs !" S. Timmons. opened at tho new "Ah ! certainly ! that alters the large family to mourn his loss. City Hall, Wednesday night, and ried most of them away and those case. Your brother was sane, 'RKAXO NEW rEVrinSRBEDS,ne. is now tho popular go with all tho who are left are widely scattered. sensible and in perfect health, and Tiokn, hew ever" thing, any ii anil weight, ". Wf young people. It is well and dec- How the roads of lifo do fork all the lawyers this side of HaliT. F. Wilbck.i & CoV. at and some tako one and some orously managed, and affords a fax can't break the will ! Sit down Thomas B. riaiborne. an ante new field for rare sportund health- another. We are all like pickets sir !" Strike? while the iron is hot. This Graud Wow it. tl tin.. skirmishing around and one oy Vellum citizen of this county, has ful exercise. u in ost make room for liort time. one get picked off oursehes by Llio oflice of County Judge The citizens of Troy, Teuu., tho common foe. I had liked to All the Tut county, Yu. -y "' ? " iKJSBht ir,'.n J. raw in Km!f and have got picked off myself a day are repect iUUVlYBWr held a meeting on Jau.-3rKmPFVvry Respectfully, . ntnSIl shipment of BULK OYSTERS. determined that it was necessary or two ago. Tho wagon had come church iu church coiilefWJ7jniiday, at xpirtejil at Goldberg's to "lay. place from town with a few comforts, 10 o'clock, a. ii to important to build a railroad from that 41 ALF.XANDKR & MAXWELL. ., t Are now in old new Say, yon bot'.om farmer, look to au intersection wua ine v.aes- - JUHi 0no was a barrel of flonr. Mrs biiid'HJ'i. Leaders and Makers of Lous Prices. E CVSFi. out for a flood when this cold peake&Ohio, and that it could; rbnml the children alwascomo ss&ort-ine- nt stand, and"4 are receiving spell breaks. Get everything in be built for $10,000. A commit-- . to the south norch when the wa- ICe Hold Jtlmicir Cheap. N. B Mr d!Pi Smith will be found behind our counters ready to readineBS, and don't be caught tee waH appoutted to raise the gon comes for thev want to see it rmulmrj of wait on his numerous friends and customers. money. unawares. unloaded and feel good for n lit- A hat finisher in one of tho hat 8c The eratest discouragement to tJe while, and so when the hind factories hero applied for a pengate was taken off and Mrs. Arb sion and iu his application stated STOVES, the rank and file of the DemocraFirst clas HEATING alco&t. SmSTOW-k- S cy just now is tho eternal warfare had wondered how wo would get that on account of disease conJ. W. GORMAN & CO carried on between the great out the flour, I thought 1 would tracted in tho army he could not S? The Clinton Democrat has democratic dailies and leaders-o- ne show her what a man could do. do moro than half his work. QT3"Er3sm,r, One day there appeared in his treated itself to a new dress, and faction reading another fac- I rolled tho barrel to me as I 2t53Eu3 Sio2K9B w El SJHw fK0 H ITASEtS,. on the ground and gently suop a long, mine muiviuuai m a is tis newsy as a sixteen year old tion "out of the party." We want stood country cousin in Sunday attire. them to "lead" more voters into eased it down on my mauly knees. long, lank ulster, who took quite TTTI' annouii'e .i or My opinion now is that there is a an interest in hat making. Ho VV an im " n tr k of a!! kindnd fhe ru'j'ic peuerillv that He hare jwt received GIiASS'W&Bl May you live long and prosper. the party, and none out. rurmturt tand a the trade of uarde with keg of lead in that band, for my was especially pleased with the tobuy. Wecatifh walthiwo; Farniture in plain and futicy. Alo, a fine line Pylant, who re- knees gave way and I PARTNER WANTED One half inter Mr. Ho came around to et in the Hickman Cockier newvpiper cently settled in this county, in backwards and to keep was falling finishing. new friend was at work, tho barrol whero our Office i offend for gale, and Job Printing ever to which we haye the Dr. II. II. Wilson neighboroi reasonable terms, to an good printer or hood, died Monday, after a brief from mashing me into a pancake and after watching his motions a - - j or Bometinnjr else, l eavo it a moment, said : to ene cmpetnt to act associate editor bought for cash, and will be sold cz ;ib Hj, llUieSS. and business nianver. rtnil llie UCCCabCU w tf "Are you new at the business?" community, but "Xw ! What makes you think Wcpropw to mak our prices to suit the spirit ef the tim. Yon can ren BRtured low down, and very Mr. Thos. McDado, whose re- stranger in this was wen con- - uml x fell on a ile of rocks that we unilerstanti lie wo ba(1 laid arouml a el,crrj tre(i I'm new I' hastily asked ourfnend. you ned erer ieave our house to look for thpr goods. Wo propose to fccll z low m lations live about Fulton, this Louiwaua. mo 'Muclam f10......lrnm.lirll ,.., ragged "Nothing," said the long, lank any rcuil Fnnitu;n s tor in the ' Purchiu. Very county, died, at Golden Lake, necieu in was highly esteemed by reaped fullv, Siate, and sharp, and tore mv left arm man pleasantly, "only I thought Ark., on Saturday, Jan. 5 th, ISS-i- , all wlioand knew him. all to pieces and raked it to the you didn't work as fast as the oth T. P. WILBURN & CO. of congestive chill. He was about bone. The blood streamed through ers." 21 years old. "Fa.it as the others!" gasped CSS.ore ro:nuiu new Odd Kllow baildia. Conntr Conri aad Crt of Clnlm. my shirt sleeve and I was about Two young boys, aged reAt the regular term of Fulton County to faint, when Mrs. Arb screamed our menu. "I'll bet s.y he adGive us a call before purchasing else spectively 17 and IS, were drown- Court, began an held on the Hth dav of for camphor, and the girls run for ded with spirit, "that I can finish ed at Padmeah Inst weok, while Jnnitarr. 1S84, the followiti prcceedings it, and before I could stop 'em moro hats than any other man in where. skating. This should be a warn- were bd : they had campfire and turpentine this shop !" 1'ILKD SETTLIJiRiTS ing to young boys to bo sure my arm, 1 was A few days lator tho rapid . over ,.t .,...K,r, of MnltTp A!, y.i lire ait & W r i . j.. - uauciue around like iami m a finisher received word that his hat .u.u, ........ about the ice they skate on. was peBIIMt'l Bev. Mr. Pinder, rector of Otto Herteck, guardiaa of Herman yeller Jackets7 nest. It liked to tition for a pension wau refused. The long, lank man in the long, have killed me, shore enuf, but tho Hickman Episcopal church, Samse to lie oer fcir exceptiong. after a while I rallied and went to lauk ulster was a detective in tho fainted while conducting service bed. I haven't used that arm nor employ of the pension bureau. stTTLrMKjrrs conftumd. WTSST tsunuay iiigni, unu iiaa 10 oc car B Wilkin, guardian for Jourdena a linger on that hand till now, and J. ried home m a carnage. He was Wilkms Objection to 1'rce School. go about sad and droopy. Hut 1 not well and had overtaxed himW. W. Richmond J2il Courier: guardian fer Reub have had a power of sympathy, self waiting on his sick child. MANUFACTURERS OF IlTron'ii hei''. is mighty good. So far as tho writer knows the W P. Krid, guardian for J W. Alexan- and Mrs. Arb , And now I'm iu a fix, for I can't Hickman Public school is well Mr. Dick, Freeman-- a young iLr shave but on one side of my face conducted, and in competent J W Finch gurlian for Finch heirn. man raised in Ilicksau, who reEil. F Thcm.n, guardian for Mary K. and company is coming hands. cently located in Brooksvillo, Ttioinn. If this bo trne, why is it that jflorida, died in Brookfiville, last JohnWitting. guaidiativfor GtQlw Well, I used to could lot down ovory child iji yiii scJuioUlistrict. week, of pneumonia. We syinpa-- 0ld. tliize with tho aged mother and John Witting, etiardian for Frank Miller a barrel of flour I need to could wuiiiu uio pupil age, uqob not at-but rolliner years will change a tend it! , It. T. Tyler. Aum'r of It. W KuAe? relatives in their grief. mi ii Ann L ch, Adiuiitittmtrix it TLoi man anno clomim wilt ten, i mo tax to maintain tne public do Lynch by the time I cot mv neck school, whether you were for or Why doa't the Magistrates reckon TAI. HKLX"!:!! KRO something to wards getting a bridge broke, I will begin to realize that against it, has to be paid; and are or Homo kind of a crossing over . Thomas.. Il3z, F.vier.n,Forrest, nl Ub-- j I'm not the man I need to be. but! not tlioso who send to tmvate ,, ftittlr n.!l. as Cobe says. uIf I could rail back schools really paying two Q.. l. .....! Bayou Da Chisn ! Esquires tuitions. twenty j ears I'd show 'em' Thej L have not ono word to say and Jones nre respectfully tax in th b county KOXD oVEnKnr.s. next time a barrel of flour comes against any private school, but requested to answer through tho a;pjited Tereer to my hoiuc I will get two skids simply desire to mute our school Robert X. Courier. hlcknitth twenty-fivfrom Stiit line rock at feet long and let it roll interests, if it He possible. op to M. and O. railroad wt-- aide- Tho city Council, at itB last If there are such objections to on tin Shuct out. K FOR regular meeting, elected the fol- roail T. Dreden OTrer the public school That this or enul ' rond :o from ST. Ot IS 3 VIGKSBURG SSfSa Hggy &&? HSggjgg ?jffi? gsa It's Honey Geitlnsr itr- Wortli of lowing officers fer tho ensuing line. that parent ureters to rav tuition , KuteneG-irlcyon tii Wi'soa twelve months: oeroeer lesterdayevontaga man, altttleand Bund to a prhate tichool, why City Clerk R. E. Millet. ronl. ruslioa mto a Suth not como together, find oat the an AwnrsTiar Assessor C. H. Wilson. GIiatls.no oga, avenue telejrmpli ofiiec, Hcizcd a objoction and apply the remedy? Ordered that Ln R.iker, an orphnn girl, telegraph blank, ami a Htub pen Treasurer T. P. Fortune. If private schools offer advanPACKET COMPANY bs bound as an njiprenti' e to Mrs. u.an A. with a ball of dried ink on Collector W. L. Gardner. the tages not to bo obtained in the pubG&pz, Boots, Sh.0es, Tyler f,ffSj?'T5v' " end, and by propping himself lic school, as for instanco hi tho The election of State LibraCltASOE or DRK'Dt: rOAD. against the counter, managed to competency of teachers, associatho 18th. rian comes off And llic fKHidaL tJ to change the Dresden road write the following message: tion of pupils, &c, Trhy might not LABIS' and - JS?4ll. ffPU rNw ban m f.ir not F7RNI3HHRJ SQ0DS, &c., Wc hope our members will vote pending the lait two term & "Kate, T won't be home till a united effort elevato the public ASSffiSS5ciw- - -3f.rs. Cook, whoie husband been nucceful, and t" being arru- It for school to an equality with any The case wa referred bck to the morning." sacrificed his life at Hickman in viewers, with IlARny. Ieac to rcj'ort t the next private school? Tho money annualX the yellow fever epidemic of 1S78. court. J. !. (UNITED STATES MAIL ) 'Whnt'll that cost?" Raid the ly paid by the parents of the Hick- Groceiies, Hardware, Qjeensware, Doors, Sash, Blinds, She has made an excellent officer, man, handing the message through man school district iu the shape JOUN A. SCUDDER, rresid on that and desarves Conrt or ClMlrrm. the porthole to the manipulator of of tax to the public, school JOHN P. KblSElt, Superintendent. Kcore alone. An adjonrn'd eion of the Fulton Coun- electricity. Glassware, Etc, Etc. THCO. U. ZLIGLEU, ec'y. n Trwo. and tuition to the private schools, ..Ttttte Hie ty Court of CUimu. conyened, with the fol 'Let me see. Seven words if consolidated, would secure a The Mississippi River Com- lowing Junticeapieaent; LINK or boa T) UN3 A mission Bay the next work to bo suflicieut nuiuber of teachers, and II C Donnho, D C. Kugent. Joshua fifteen cents." L. R'y. l frora St. Louis to Memphis, is! e C. & SI. 1 Altehcrrv. SV. B. Jon-,"Fiftoen, eh! How much fer ac competent teachers as would undertaken on the Mississippi is Nailor. F tri wceVly line from St. Loi ko and Ihos ten dittton Street, xxioftiiAar, words?" be needed; and as to any at New Madrid. Thi work will B Ferrell, J. S. Bom, J.J. Bntdshaw. "The same price; anything not commence after the spring floods, whj conld that GOINvl SOUTH. TUc if the appropriation bill passes, W. C HIERirr's DCI.tXQUrKTI.I'r hi de- exceeding ten will oostyou fifteen not be guarded against? True, all Moraphts bopls pass IliekmKn Teovdiif and from the ease they passed the linquent Jnhnon, Sheriff 183, numberin cents to any addresB in the city," children, good or bad, nights, Thursday nights and 8tr4y year list for special appropriation it looks like 266 Hhie, and 117 colored asrejjating in answered the operator, making a or ill bred, would be admitted, but nights. VickftburR VaU, Kute, Wsdncsdajs cn4 Fridays. spring to muzzle an instrument eaca anil all could lo brought unthe general bill will pass. amount J957.50. GOING NORTft. The Court allowed Sh rifT Johnn an that was sputtering as if it had der the rule of good behaviour, and A little- sou of Mr. .Ino. Hughes, addiiional deliquent lint for the yearw delirium tremens. Memphis boats pitas Hiokrsau l'o8vt no parent ought to object to living at Lodgton, this county, 1881 and 1SS2 Bmouttng 'o 59. nights, "I'm bound to have the worth school association with well beCall on Nearest Ticket Agent, VtckshurFriday nipLls and Sunday aijhtt. boats Mondays, Wcdn&eAarj went out rabbit hunting, in comUMALL rOX CLAIM. of my money out of your corpora- haved children. Or Address and Saturdays. pany with a colored boy, last The Court allowe! Dr N J. Davis' claim tion, then," said tho man bracing i A concentrated school interest . 'U, 1. 1. SI Ml- - BX"a. Memphis hoata Steamers Clly of week. They jumped a rabbit, the for afending a phvgician to small pox p himself against the counter, as ho ttouUI insure somo advantage to Pa8 Agt., Dallfti, Tx., or Sie, Genivicve and John 15. Mnuda. of S100. colored boy fired, his shot taking tients, 18S2. the etim Vickslmrg bouts Stearaen Cly et traced cm a blank this clear mes- every child is. the district from Vjk., Nashville, Tenn. r.iurE corrixs. 0.P. & effect in the white boy's head, killProvidence, Bells of Memphis, Gold Duetj sage: the schol tax. Many of those FRITZ. HELLNERT. Agt., Hiekmn, ing him instantly. Tho Fultoninn T. F "Wiltmrn Co. gubmittedp-opo- i City of Cairo, City of ureccville "Incomprehensibility, manufactho schooIix dorivo no tor to furmih couny City of Vicksbnrs. tsjt was an accident, ana ccr- - Hon veAr"1884fnte$3-ach- . paupfr coHin iui turers, transcendentalism, Con- who pay fronglfiHBir .andv benefit Ijlch 'W.a. llm 1 doncavo-convox- , jry sad one. t " O T. stantinople, cepted. ' luerctoiiiv assassination, den. And OiYHtr'S o Horse Massachusetts, Mr. J. F. Saundera, of this Portable Engine has cnt 10,000 ft. of lllchisan Ploe imperturability, tneir own fault that they derive noWi Pennsylvania, Boards In lu houns, burains sUbs from tlia saw In county, as wo learn from other COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. !r&Pj?rtVJeiSP57i9lte5SiiSi tm fi3;f3i'Sfl&Sj-risIsngtUa. philoprogcnitiveness. t bonefit from it. because, for in papers, was married, near Murray, "There, string that on your wire Btance, if overy pupil iu this on the 2nd inst., to Miss Sue PACKET COMPANY. Hickman Ky, Jan. 14 184 and send her at a 2:10 gait " said school district attended the pubWilliams. Tho groom neglected Council met. Present, iaor McL'ut he the man, with a look of vengeanoo lic school, tho present number of to notify tne Courier of this hap- Counci'nien Beckm.in French. XI ore, in his eye. teachers, could not do the pupils py event, but it none the less lUmate. Hjfand fitting. The operator counted the 'justice, and in somo instaucos it The minute of the ln meeting wre wishes him and his a long and read, approved and Memphis, Cairo, words, but volunteered tho infer - may bo that thev secure better prosperous life. Our O Btrts tee Guarantee to ramaa powvr to mation that there was no sense in teacherB at the private schools. 8,000 fert of llemloclc Boenla in JO nonre. Our BILL TAIU. hot n anrttteui- t mnnn fat inuraotliae. ...,..... Louisville and IL: the message, and that the diction If we could consolidate our scnooi c On motion onlered that Wittin' The Mississippi River on K Ie8 ary must have been ransacked for interests many of these largest a for coal oil, &c for $3.90 be paid. fnrnlh at its recent session in count Steamers fad and water than any other En Cincinnuti tax payors instead of being actual tho longest words. PAID ITO TREASURY. Xow Tork, directed Oapt. Knight, plno not fitted wllh an Automatic want a Stationary ANDT BA0M, Cat OX If yoa i JAME5 W. QAFF, commit'ee "I know there's no sense in it, enemies to the public school would engineer In charge, "to examine Th chairman of 'hf ntr-or PrrrfuMB Knrite. Boiler. Olrca- oa reported Shafting or Pulleys, COKS MILLER, )ar VIIfT BUI3KIS the Hickman front, and report as curb log", that he had collected $8.68 the but Kate'll understand it all tho become its friends and supporters, nIJlwjtniovel my roOK in th elegant and spaciom rooms of the Hew Citv which km ordered paid into catt or Medt&rt's Pateat same; she'll know I'm on a drunk The on first floor. Ian now prepacdao show on the newe-iin tho Hickman mr our 6i to surrey, &c," preparatory to an rauey. and latest styles GRANITE STATE, anyway when I send a message at district may as well accept tho junutiireof all jra ;c3,f.-- j n thd Ivttnen t prlr furnii.ire, which yon can get at rock Ulintratl catalogne, No. 12, for appropriation from Congress to information and prices. THCRS. ol-roLt, BOOKS COMFARED on o le djr price. All No trmble to show goods to thoe who wih to as a permanent, fixed this hour, whether it's sense or school-taprotoctsaid city from the encroachB. W. TAYKK & SOK3, day, at 6 p m., for Cairo. Loniivilln - fpnm now "j, jcivemea can Deiorc piroiiisinff elsiwhire The city clerk p'esente! the poll book for ynt T umlrp. 'ftm loner mi nnrnnrtP Havinsr been in h.minfs 1nne fhot. wliinli xnrli rnoiments of the Mississippi river, 1SS4 enough to know jun I defy competition. and Cinelunatt, connccliBg at Ciaciaiact Kindly thanking you darnedjon is going to be voted, and ad- - loryoiir patnnugein twhat I am dom communication from Hon. t com &c. A with Railroads and Steamers lor ie put I riipjcfullv silict a continuance of the arae. Oscar Turner to the editor of the wared that V. l rtMecCu:heneUr:eived the machine. Shovel ;cm in and start jnst themselves bo as to derive- fn.B. I ils have the tne-- t lina of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to Suttn. Weta vA Koribtrn Faial lor a goou Mnvor: and Courier, brings this information. litg est nuiuber of nvotes tor B. 3loore, tho crank. I'm in expense, time, some benefit from it. These re- Utckinan. JCustomers politely served on ahort notice. ! Giving through tickets to all point Chl lleolcmait 1. Ii French. nero's marKs are tnrown out uiereiy as Never milHl tne capo. Teltdo, Buffalo, RietajoBd, Sfew Some Hickman young ladies M H to nw, ii C. Kuraage, and J no wit- - vour fifteen Cents. And the man suggestions, hoping to hear from Yo'fk, City, Philadelphia and .i - ..buw Year Ball at City :.... .,:.i ii,. l. :..i.... ....wr f - " ran out and ,hailed .,i passing can. Kanuie, iicuutcnen, Tvier, uase. "Bt cavo a Lip North Jiffr,2ES HICKMAN, KY. 8nlcn.Washington and YeMera toar-. v .. .., , Hall, Tuesday night, which WO iw vounci.Biwiion.no. ion iney weiyue.i lor other pronnneut citizens on ts wilt 2nd La Belie Kiver route aafa elected .Mayor ana Councilmea learn was most pleasant and en- - forlSS4 ir the subject. JelifhtfulKnd economical. D. L. ,i)LDBERQ. Fre Brlnl. Raiei hy this line cheaper than any joyablo to all participants. The On motion Council adjourned. IT K. Ml 3!her.5rst elas route Meals an! itate K Millet, Clerk. UJ R DKALEB. IS Under the new regulations 'of Couribe, from chief to devil, was Ba?Kge eheeied Jbrcngh. ooma free forgotten left out in tho cold Jf OTICE I the city cemetery, all residents of oen rely on a eplendld $aK,2 AS D PaKCT dH002K23u Cy-KEW HOARD QUALIFIED. but these girltj these beautiful A'l the members eleet of th" new Bontd Hickman, or owners of cemetery The undersigned having sold their stock by hi- line, at the steamers are all My Stock In New and Fresb. and will trip first oms's having bees expressly built girls we're bound to speak iu be'inR prewnt, th oath was administered lots, are eiltltlOU X0 iree Dlinai. ia the Hickman Lumber ami Manufactn-S"be o!d at prices that wUl be esfor the accommodation of passengers. digging graves, or nag Company, and retired from tho Com- pecially attractive to buyers. praise of the. lx fact, the Cou- to W. L. Mct'utchtn. Mayor by R H. oxpenscfor SST Each steamer carries a fall Mring staff, after finding that wc Millet, Kxanitner; and the lloard were 'In- anv Other expense WnaiSOOVOr. V"J by rantuai conm, iaKe tins method rier R. W. LIGHTBURMi. bnad. HOUSE n.3 BECN RECENTLY N'LARQED, REFITTED REFUftNISllBD of "pressins goo.1 will to trut Compaay were loft, (not before) concluded, ly Morn in hy Mayor McCutchen This notice is ma 'O, oy request, General Freight and Tieket Araat THIS thoroughly renovate 1. Convenent to river and radlrmd. and atunlivs P unanimously! that none of qs, Ka 7 Monroe atreet,Mfi8at'hUtTna 8ALAIFJ FIXED. because any peo;lido not un- - rdiBnolSaftirBtmUa"Ce watch Xeot and, altogether oae of the best appoinied hotels in his section. "anyAowJ" wanted to go The Ox Bicil then, on motion", proeeJtdj dcrstand the facts. J. AMBEBQ'S SOX. . ia. TCaariJJU, .Proprietor, O i VEU QLLIm RIDl'f- ,- : : : SSPT.23, IS834 It in only a question of timo City CIcrV.?I00 and 5 per cort. Asehor, $f0. A Jersev man called upon a Kow York 'lawyor tho other day and announced that "his rich brother had drawn up a will and died, and that " "Ah! I see!" interrupted the attornov, "and you want me to bust it Very well, sir ; we'll plead insanitv." ou Strt Xrwi BQWJft EoWII" lff&p DOWN tC Spf EVERYTHING A to" "3rr" " '" t- - x W fell 1 Wr S kAiM -- one-fourt- h . - -- "" m m i" - - Ml. OffQQQB'feS, n r-- I 1 . d, j- -.- - i i K1 Iran-me- t thojr building, at their the largest i N- - i A. m OSP, fri-!i.l- -- CATSSTQ, &. hnr.-u-.ir,- 1 brought Hickman, strictly i CHEAP FOE GASH. J. W. GORMAN -- ".... CO. mm KENTUCKY PIONEERS- HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. - 1 I ' . . .1. I Diek-erso- n -- i , Dealers In i ickmanv Kentucky. e t Sinni-o"- - NASHVILLE, v, Clothing, Hats and to-da- Atlanta, Florida y, Th-eif- ort C-OTS op-poe- d hll 0 t&!i&k A 'gSSaasswgegSray '- . 1 t& T Jo-c- m, demor-alizingaBSociatio- ky. Vtefc-bur- g. well-bre- d FATOEITS! - i.S.232TSlS.? rlfel-en- n, &. -- 'nVJFietiier JMh&, y hm I Soark-Arrostln- g I eight-foo- mmi 1 6i m ' sig-e- il Com-Missio- n . J immmim mmm mmi o hore-powe- r -t tax-paye- rs Bi Saw-Mil- l, t Wroujtht-Iro- n x i "irTt?!? : ..!' - r ..... Hew Grocery s ' f T Bjii-t- . Tax-Paye- r. L S Ii Ik M M if m -- o HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. i - j tt 4b T'-- (?0! " '1 i L3&2J jPmr$M . ;t .a.3- jij.i.,jiwpw Tli mSIOLtS COURIER, FESOXSEI. OF TIIK 1IOUSK. Jlnj-rillr cipum ;itu. THE-OLD From tho I Gov. Knott's message was an The question of removing the exceedingly able State document. capitol from Frankfort will again It had the right ring to it, and the oo.no up before the Kentucky members seem to have caught the Legislature. spirit of it. It recites a flattering financial condition for the State, Jh. Binfoud has introduced a but advises a more- ennitable rate bill to prohibit the sale of liquor i of assessment on property of dif-in District lo. IS, llick-niu- n icreni classes. Every Avell informed citizen comity. knows tho above to be true; but it Is no newly discovered fact. Edmunds was Rksatok President of the Senate, The same situation has existed for Senator Anthony having declined years, the papers have spokeu of it for years, and candidates and oh account of public speakers have held it up to sneaks of the public gaze, and yet no rem Tin: Cimrie.r-J-titmGov. Knott's message an cold, cal edy has been applied. It is the culating,' and sensible. This is a inrqunUh!, not the rnt of taxation doubtful compliment. that causes dissatisfaction. It is not right that Henderson county Biiuple agreement to be man should pay the State on her cattle A and wife constitutes a valid mar- at the rate of S.50 a head, while riage in New York. In no other the adjoining county, Hopkins, State is the law quito so lax. pays only at tho rate of $1.50. The discovery ha been made The same inequality, wo are told, in Ean Francitit-- that aomo of the exists, on all other property, in Chinamen there are owned and the different counties. The rehave been bought and sold a8 sult is that some counties pay an slaves. unduo proportion' of tho State's Every dollar expended in home expenses, and all because their manufactures is so much added to citizens are inoro honest in giving th Eal..j "You are a hard looking custo! lie LnvTCK" Nf HI In the I.rutl Among t!wl.nw Hnkvn. mer," observed his Honor, as WillWfuMiiKton SpfcUl CilciRoTrlt.imr' iam Hasgrovc limped out. Unusual interest is felt in the "1 know it, Judge. You "might forthcoming issue of the Congres- look the town over with tooth sional Directory on acconnt of the comb and not find a worse lojkin" increase in tho number of large Representatives, as wen as. be- .specimen umn lam. cause of tho uncommonly largo number of new men. More than A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN RELIABLE dkau;b On I Mr Loan of liaW DEPOT FOR CIIAS. A. HOLOOJMBB, drugs, Wki?E?ffiiS13 WiMiB 111 I Th .iLf.c,,,,'e,,M hcXnliiro. Irrmmriii lXmM&W LvVrvTi'-V-iTSVi il o one half of the 325 have taken not had a nickel in four vek a their scats in the House for the square meal in three months, and the first time. One hundred and nine- sight of a clean shirt would paralvc I teen of them served in the army mo. and navy during the war, fifty-fou- r "Why don't you go to workV on on the rebel side and sixty-hv- c "No use. 1 was born la'.yalSd I CAM. ZST P R ES CR IPTJO XS the Union side. Of the fifty-fou- r, prefer starvation to work."" 3 nil are Democrats, and of the "You arc a thorough built tramp Union soldiers fifty are Republi- and vagrant, I should sav." Clascans and fifteen Democrats. "i am that. Fvtr been ffiijthe sified by occupations and profesmembership is as fol- tramp for the last twenty lyears. sions the lows: Lawyers, 221; manufactu- The world owes me a living and 33E-A-IiErers, 19; farmers, IS; editors, 10; though the provisions are nottVirst merchants, 8; bankers, 7; doc- class, 1 ni trying to put unjtfith tors, 5; lumbermen, 2; railroad them." Presidents, 2; railroad operators, ci.' u j'.vit :.. n win i. inuuiL'.on in 2; minister, 1; pharmacist, 1; zo"Twenty times, sir." ologist, 1 ; hatter, 1 ; railroad tick.ii i n ... nut en, V.ninave to genuif r ui iy et agent, 1; cooper, 1; printer, 1: again; inu l wish mere was'tmiiram capitalist, 1; politician, 1. The PATENT occupations and professions of gang law in ini5 cuy. xoumiiijnt twenty-tw- o are not stated. Jt will to be sentenced to pound ston j Know u, mil mere is nq.aw be observed that the average perfor it. That's one reason LaVui't MEDICINES! centage of lawyers is unusually large. Taking the Southern States leave the State. Nice ncoulthese alone somewhat more than soven- - Miclnira c Il "What ails von?" "Clean trone, vonr lion or. V M SjM7.mVorrl". InJuci-- Yy Snlf Atm.f, IdtvIuiiU iJ i!I?,k','00' nnp..i.rj, Xrrtou IfUilltv. ai.i! I'PWIni.nttn.HrrjllKr . I Hook,' Ar I LI.YKKM ELL, 31. F. E. CASE & CO. mmm fains and DiVstips, - !., jhc jl lj jai imci- 2r J J. WurlUrenon.J antlivr. in thi. almin.l.1 r,r"ri pruT from l.l. own Tf.rienf iT Nets, iieintf, Line, IIoik3. aiwj.aijit , srlf.Aliu.f mny I thtllw.fuirvllr(111,n, of rirhing 'lack e and Supplin," at iWk rerooTMlhitlint.Uncnona nrf.lel UjuhIm. iuttrnii.tut, rliif. or cor.ii.iU; 23 m viruvvricrt unu runuij yuj)L 49 IK'iiititijf a i' out rvii'lltiun may ',1 COiirOUXl'SD! "t , airThu ami ' ,,Jlcl, rlt trill prortn lecture rlpt inlor rurei t enr tuaiti-- and liH "'ry jHtTrrer, uu trtiu ht t. uia euro liimwlf ihculj, ally. r erallr, jr Urtn la itmund oaJ I35T J. W. COWGILL, I2ST wal, iu a plain envelope, to anj ad. r- o" cf funr rrtili, ur two potlufte tiunpt. Ailitrm TIIK CULVKKWELL MEDICA LC't . 41 Ann bt..K York, N. Y. ; IVst OHe Boi, 4CO. riut uiitltr ADDITION TO J. H. BKOW N & Co J. R. BROWN has purcbni-e- d Pi'olossional Cards. F. O'DANIEL, U. ItnuieiiM.- - stock of Grocrit of til kt and LiquotH of 20 different kbtdhicai Hmv Strwt, t DRUGS, Trusses AND AHciai&al Supports a brand new iok t TAM-ILGKOCEKIES. ConfeetknerU, B. D., coi,Crgar, &c, and opantd on G L'l K T O X HIS PROFESSIONAL OFFERJ the citizens of Hickman nnd the nicest boune of the kind ricinity. been in Hickman, nnd at lowr print tfei Otfice (orner room in Ielede House. ever offeretl be To re. IlesdqHirUi, iff-cite ?. STMlMt. Y tkukaicr UtaMfe mm mm DR. A.. A. F.JRIS, Bondurant PHVSICAN AND SURb'EON, IIICKMiN, izciyin4 KKNTDCKY P.Eiit Bros & Co , CI in to Drtfff, rowi m xho fr'Mie Stnter-riio- t vat's vour Kj always ok kand, Treeh fc GROCERIES m9 eleven Texas men all except Ochil- law for it? All you can d is to send TOILtinnifCLR LIME, CEMENT. SALT. PUITIl tree are put down as lawyen. Of me up. and I'll !ivewell,deep warm ASD- PLIES, GRASS SEEDS, CLOYHt, the nineteen manufacturers seven and come out fat." &C, vC, &c. &CM &Lf &0. Will make liberal adranoea ox are from New York. Corn, Ac. for ale or ebipraeat. "Three months," saidlis Honor, II I1IWHTI1HIIIWW ' mi IB1JWII fl n mil r ii tiniM mni mchl CltrlHilauKy Xut Trillin;?. as he set. his teeth hard King night bill nftor 10 o'eloik Trom ill r.xcbangc CO., Btrendeg llEN'RY W. KNOERR "All right, sir glad n hear it." buiMiup, Clinton Blreel, keep in store a There is a certain class ofi chuckled thevng. as he disappeared r. M. Caldwell's Higlj ScioiL eood .wpply of FAMILY GROCERIES hJ dreamers who arc always avcring into the corridor. Dctnit Free he finest br.iniH of LIQUORS. Good We uronll lorll that Christianity is either dying or tods aad low prices. TUB FIFTH YEAR will commoc Press. has finally dead. Such things as facts nevThe Couricr-J'rito Gov.llonduj, Aiiyf. 27tU, er, of course, enter their heads, stated that its objection All importations of log meat ernor Knott's message is that ho they havo anticipated themselves C. Wilson Hud continue nine months.addilloa to into France will bo alsolately favors Federal aid for Public The course of ?tndy, in from all restraint, and like the fox Primary Wot k, will includj Slkr who lost his tail and who went prohibited after Jan. 20th schools The message does not UatlieninlicB, ike Natural ScicaaCjUacaaaR, ATTORNEY AT LAW Lh'Ju and Ureek, Ikx?k Kwepin. FtMiaft-3h3- p, round wagging a mere stub and There is just twice the amount contain one word in favor of Fededeclaring that tails had gone out of "old in the Treasur; of the ral aid. The subject is not menEloeolion and Vccal Cnltut. xt now rectmng n trtlt bioek uf of fashion, these deluded people United States than tho Bank of tioned, lie doe aay that ho is HICK MAX, KY TVITION TKa MaNl(. not in favor of any further inthink that religion is dead because England contains. Piininry, fl tt promptly rtn.ilte $SCOLI.ECT10N3 crease of Stato taxation lor pubthey haven t any themselves. A Interineiiiate, Family tH Frank Hatton, Assistait Post lic schools, and that the syatom , IM few figures however, place the Advanced, . . . tSiAbstraeta of titles a sptcialiy. ma.tor General, says the two-ceincreasshould look elsewhere for matter on an arithmetical bas'a CaF Payablo nsonthly hi XAizixxi. Wi This the Courior-Jourtm- i which thej oiler lo tb pnhlic M Tnir from which there is no appeal. In postal law has already pnrea a suc- ed fcupport. . B. C. CALDWELL, price?. Beei erwilu vt Klonr, Meal (halted interprets to mean Fede- and unholte H. Sueurs, Colleen, Molasses, the United States there are near- cess. MAKY CALDWEIJl, f '"l"' ly fifty million persons. Wo have It Hickmau, Ky., August 3,18S3w Krnut, 'Don,t go too much on show, my ral aid. meanmay w ith the same or Rice, Mnckere, forSiili, &c. Ac. Henilqimrtt-rdistrict taxation, 113,610 churches more than wo Lime and Camenl Yeast to .her nnrninniiJ Ttrill ilnnllv TPClllt 111 ever had before and they are be- son," remarked Mrs. county taxation. It does seem to Our farming frienas will Bnd us fullj W. band, to It is openly charged not only' L,n i.niiincr nf tiifiirwR. has stocked up vrith if ing built at the rate of more than boy. "The us that the Courier-JoHnfresh beer on tap, nil tbe tirae. by the Republican but the Demo- - the lftVee3 are lmiu thev will only one per day. This gives a gloomy be sure, is very attractive but' he enough en its hands to explain Keepe sere Farming teAmh rratic Press of Ohio that Mi Seeds,' &c courtconsly; customer promptly aiii snaintained in one way, namely, outlook to atheism and to those doesn't furnish" any of tin music." what it means by 'Freo Trade" aud be "JO space tc name all articles, has election to the United States Son- - b traversing them by railroads, extremely advanced folks who .. .. Revenue Only," with- ... I. mtn low ns any one JJl trouble to sfcow gootls. A Kentucky woman hie presen- "Tariff fur up (Joernor Knott's Oirr ug we win reil ate was accomplished by the most It' is eRI)aWcof demonstnitionthat have outgrown the Bible. We mussing X h call before buying elsewhere. andome and see, hi the ao 3r7 throo pairs of out u. ow.ufe feb&.83 m.u.nviitoc um.u.h POWELL & BRl). land Moncow Atritae, Evl flleksara1., Knr. message simply in order to find Groceries ;he ra,iror,d can be built aiongtue hav,e 81,717 clergymen, with our ted her husband with babies in lour years. lie is al- something to object to. Wo traat of votes. jjnk of the river, and he believes theological schools well filled twin a .. 25cts Lower than the Lowe3t 2, tll-imetiiod will prove tho only with new recruits. "We have, in- most dead broke with setting up the that Governor Knott is in favor bovs. of Federal aid. Tho leading men The olection of Payne, thekead practicable one of keeping the cluding tho Roman Catholics, 17,- - refreshments to the I have no clerk xpenisr.s no stor rent B. nnd pay em'h for nil rny Grocerif b. and, of the State are for it- - Tho massof the Standard Oil Company, to levees in repair. A railroad would 267,S78 actual communicants of Several of the managers of the cheap as the cheap therefore can sell increase churches; or, in other words, one Henry College lotterv Jiave been ar- es of tho people are for it. Altho same t"n. &ca the United States Senate by the WKALEK IS eat. Rest of Wittenberg end Lone most our entire delegation In . facilities of the person in four throughout the Un. . Star Flour, 26 eent cheiner thnn the low Democrats, is not a jood record the transportation v.- Wathhgio ion is a member of the church and rested by the posloflice authoritiep Congrofs i for it. The majority YnlleJOHN WI1TING. 9t. for alleged violation of the postal of the newspapers aro for it, aad HE1URXKI;T0 K1CKMA?, be i);,,airh for ourjiarty which claims to not simply an attendant upen its resprcifut'y uniiooujes i tKa yak laws ot tho Commonthe Governor services. Some of our blatant the p&rty.audhas always been, that' Thh is what we havo always ic ol hi o'd list k; eai V agnostics will have to go into fund over CowgiJIls I'tug B'orc, ltavpt A Baltimore woman whose name wealth, if he is not, ought to bo monopolies. lievod. The improvement of the for it. But. much as wo wish it, Street, iiieVjiian, Kv deep mourning, indicative of unKfc.3JTVt'KT, 1IICUA', " " Mississippi must result in the mitigated sorrow, if this state of is Charity struck her husband so we fail to see where ho has Aud is icadj to errrr IQi public ti i'ws cruel a blow that he whs nearly kill- committed himself in his messnge. UKrxraiNTixo A I I'LL LI HE OF SAXP&M Inr Hon. David Mcrriwethor, of building o? lovceB to redeem the things continues. ITc has ceased to thinV that JUST RECL1TED. ed. Jefferson county, is tho oldest vaBt area 0t overflowed laudn, and Etiz'tbctlitOAU AVic. B. S., H52EJS. 8l SGI 1'roclutnutlnn )v (befjiuterunr Charitv should begin at hme. KANOALLAVD OAUI.IPI.i:. member of the General assembly.. h HARDWARE, STOVES AUD TOWA5B: h arobuUull lnust be . now 81 years of nge,- - and la ' The old suyiiifr, 'A lningiJnlSuit lie is I'nsn ns hide and hearty as most men at preserved by runnnfg railroads ATnrlff ISIII Mm U'ill U ii Vle. fur is an angry man, probably orgina-tc- d .MileU TUfj (Clinton Street) Bffi'WAP-SJ-Tennessee, Naslwille, 00. lion. T. P. Hill, of Lincoln on them. They may goon expend-couut- Wit'jin(;tuB 1pciA! In Ciu' iim.li Naw Jurnl. with the chap who came hime to is tho youngest member, :inr millions on their scientific Prominent Democrats, both free- - rlinnpiv :mrl fmitid that his uile had Wbereaa itta bevn wadr known to DtlLEHB XX being but little over 2-- years old. Bcuemes of straightening the traders uud protectionists, say that; S&rJob Work drne to order ?.ootJn It S Murrrll, County judjte of Kir'ttm her mother's to speni the g, to B(outtng, Ac, a Rpvcialtj. 4- - JESS, L. 2C IS3 ic cC zs I cininty, that 1SS3,or aloiu the 21th dny of there is no doubt that the Commit- - T river,. &c, but tho real sensible 7T"T November. tim, in the coiintY ft ' An effort is being made by St. tee on Ways and Means will re-- , Utate of Keuturkv. HILIilVN K.N'O 1S t0 bmld levees redeem the - Plftn Louis people to port a tariff bill that will pass th the NationT)0trot editors muRt not indulge and AMANDA KING were uirivrctl by al Democratic Convention held in lands, build good wharves and House. The fight on the question in suci, expeucuvo ink. Onodrop BICEMAN MARBLE WORK. fimc K;rion or peron. unknown ntvl 'lint uaid pirin or eH"jij iinUii(.n arc 0'v: that city. At a meeting of tho harbors, keep the Bnags out of the in the committee will be prolonged 0f it used br an editor in sketch- HICKMAN, KY. ami fuif'iivi frm jiiFticu jf"j ai membersTof tho Merchant's ex way, and tho Mississippi naviga- so that no report is likely to bo m: a man's cnaraoter, uas osi A great raJtnj 0X0at ukl&2 .at I judge haMiif: recojnnird tin' a i ehange, tho motion to tender the on the subject before the tho proprietors of the paper made ISC what particular trwblu BOTTKG - 3aSa?iBra3t.scijK-- ward ueohVnM fur the apprelic rHUkof j'.dtl will be all right. free use of their magnificent hall tion latter part of April. unknown fugitive or fitgittvtr. f20,000. Ikon Dittos U food for. DKALer. in or to tho Democratic Convention Now, therefore I, J. Proctor Knott Friends of both Mr Randall and Tli 'w HoUool II1I1. of the Lominmrxeallli aforia", was made by a well known Repubwill cm Hwtit DitMtfc, feral. The Fr.mkfort Yeoman will be' It Mr. Carlislo denv that there is anv Itaman and American Marble oxooffer reward ot KlVKHUDKEl Of the now School Bill, intend- lican merchant and the motion yii, Ihofsy, Kb&ttj Ditiwff, Coa daily during t he s'ion of: between those gentle pub-LheDOLLARS fir the apprehension and itin MONUMENTS, TOMB.AND GRAVF was adopted by a uuanimous vote, ed to revolutionize or take the men concerning this question, the retkes of Beer fresh Kecp the very wptioB, DppcrU, RktaatisM, Persons wishing to. viction of caitl unknown nturderew f and cool and poli'c and attentive clerks to . STONES. KcnnJgii, ad dl wwihr diaMMS. all keep posted about the doinirs of our Mr Forney says DILL.SMAN KING and AM VNDA KIN(that 'place of the present Kentucky iere customer". In testimony whereof. I have hern-tho talk about Mr. Randall's vo-- ; lawmakers will do well to subscribe received a fine lot of Tub poison law of Kentucky Common School laws, tho Its wottierhl cvntrre ftmt is HAYING Italian Marble, 1 am pre unto f et tuy ban ', and caused the ting with the Republicans on tho for tmit 1aper. One dollar per druggists from selling villo hmmcmni says: 'L S. Vwalof the Comnionnealth to be riapf becaiue II ycnSci 4 to fill all orders. Call and examine was nonsense. He: tariff J affized Done at Frankfort, the th is th ,ubSCrtpt?on price, any poison whatsoever without. In brief, the intended effect of said question thought that there riebca UVe Hd, Oim baginwag & H. A. & R. T. Tyler that ho -- -' oth ay oi December, in the year Orders from the country promptly the fauBdtiof md br btulding vp labelling it "poison" and the name tho new bill is to increase the was no doubt that tho Committee; of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and A Bay State girl frightened her may 26 tb rptzva, ddxu out H dMM. eighty three, and in the ninety, second year on Ways and Means would report iover entirely out of his matrimpni-- a of tho article, and tho place of school fund, to offer additional of the Commonwealth. Ia"vcj ducemeuts to children to atteud bill upon which the Democrats (aj notions bvworkine and presfnt-- of f ti,n DOii... ' J. PROCTOR KNOTT. A Lady Cured of Rktanutism. .', . .' schools, to add to the efficiency of , the House could agree and for ; LOWER and LOWER. By the Governor.' . .w.j, v,.. him Wlth tne inotu,: "I Teed v,.. w huui school ofiicers, to simplify the Baltlmera. Ui.. Mar T. t5o. J. A McKkkzxe, Steritary oStalt- HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, 11 j li callJU. tru suck ntTd 07 All kinds of Groceries hams, side, ft, Thee Every Hour." ..He say, he he is satisfied that it is for lejnti- - manaccment of the schools bvdis- - S"!1 xaa Kkcumatixa wbrm I ac cheap as the ebeapept. I v!U not It Ixkinjr tmn'i Iroa B1nn, aad mate use; aud is required to keep pensing with nearly 16,000 trus ence. but none that could not be. 'ould be perfectly willing to give JOUN WmiHS. acarccly Ki ttrvnrth (Much ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS undersold. On orabosttbe 24th of November 1SSS her the greater portion ot ins time, tees, to encourage local taxation, adjusted. to y duly bout ehsid dntito. a register of sales. Tho fine is entrusted to their care. we the undersigned, offered a reward of I amnrBictke third botllaaadl but that his health demandedan hour to improve school-houseto seOffice Millet Block. n refainiac itmstk duly,aa4I not less than $." or more than cure Sf.00.00, for the arrest of the murderer oi 4hriUly raaanraaod it to au. neT8-'better trained teachers, fcto ortwooutof doors every day for ex- iinii iinin cur father Jlidnian King and Amanda prate I cannot aay too math ia 8100 for each offense. provent frequent changes of Washington, Jan. 14. Mr. Lo- - ercise. Howling Green Times. jgAMILY ROOTRT King; said reward is noic withdrawn, and cHl. Ur. Makt K. Bkajhxab. 173 Pratfall tt. " school books and to reduce the gan, on behalf of Senate special, the public will take notice the Administra-- t 0ol,i0tft Chaa. S. Offutt, Speaker of the want of harmony between the hu ofiered a reward of $1000 00. O. Kidney DIsiasa Cured. comittee to visit, last summerj The lntenor Joual BEaPKCTFCIXY, Kentucky Legislature is not yet; white school and the negro school ANDLh 0. L. Chriitiiraberr, Va., tSJr. , the Legislature to adopt the wjup- (DAYIS OLD STAND.) Mis-ARTHUR KINO, from Vidary ditaase. SofTerin 28 years of age and is the youngest organizations, whilo still keeping and inspect the work on the 411 kinds of si.ssippi river, will report probably ping post us a means of punishment from wbick I aaold set o niiJ. A. N .KINO. ITI'1.11 ftlftOfff id flint. hrtGlHmi oinna 11 iIron Sitter, which tried Brewa'i ATTORNEY AT LAW Dec. U 2t- cored mm eompjettlj. A child of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Robt. J. nurd, of Scott, in 1825., Qnlv a small de- roe of ifnMrnvA. ' tnose convicted oi crane xt "V":r;:".yTnftA frogajeariet fertr, ms, iwoTaricgaad did net acai to .r.v. ,v uif.uui Vi upuupiiuuuu Ul X,WU,- - tor uiu H Rtllflinil lur linriAV Hnn .Ttirk :.. i. oi .1.. e iidH airprtilc liotwe, at kjt" u r ""-$1,000 KEWAKD! u,aK iU umu aigumwii. -- uu vu. -' iratucutar? 000 tor work above Gairo and ;, IxabUucatataU. ItaTthialrta Collector, Real Estate Agent usually kept in a iVV ." i mcans great improvement in the 000,000 below. The amount asked! eludes in these words: r WILL aa the Administrator of IIHU-uiloni prices. thttett yr'nk th lT"t waulu. Ji'i' King, pay One Thousand Dolla ff J. Kins MoxiAom TJiAS, FAXCr CAXDJES, believe Jt thoational House "SPfakcr- aggregate. We will be that most by he commission on the work HICKMAN, KY. One thing is cei tain, our prtnent MINCE- MKA A T, PI CKL MS for the arrect and conviction of the person of Ropre- of these results attained by recommended to Hurt Dimti. CRANBERRIES, SOMINT, SKITS or persons who murdered .aid King and nnd tlf,80th?-- r T St., KatTwVnT, P the parage of the bill as report- - be apPJo?ted Acmpanying sy.ten, a iailure Give us back his wife at their home, near Hickman, Ky.r jgT Will attend promptly to all bu. , itSr. ol(l system wUh all iti gloomy DccKraiciaas Lower House ed. The bill i too long to be the recommendation is a lengthy the 3E8, ES9 the latter part of Novcmb-- r, lfrSC. WT 3Ci 3C nejs entrusted him in Southwcstert Jlfr trvbir ditVrrat palpi talioit legislature. ArBtnernoteworthv. nrfnffld i... .. nowfmaiier. but. the i,l1 terrors,' with . all its acute . but am- ., Refer to Amberp's Sons. ad raaay rcacdiea far Kaw.r-;- H r u a . , . . v.v KentuoIt and Northwestern Tennessee v... ,.v . .. "o muuuo VI lUOl " f the heart without ncaJTing any s. COlUCUlCnce. J A STUBBv AdmV. IlHR e.nnvinenil ICl'U'l'Ul ' aunenng, wim an iu ujuu-trresSpecialattcntion given to the investiga- Sugar, Coflees, Soaps, TPilfnr nf n enatr Vtscrrt. I was adrtatd to try Krewa'a on the work in pro-- ; commission UioKwan, X.yn leu. 7 18S3. . DiUtr. I hT ad two Mi. tion of Land titleu, aud the purchase -- aflBkflSC. and itiWiH us of the propriety of supporting The svstem of tho com-- ! ing shame, if Bad aayouac th 6TWillnotbe undersold. sale sf Real Estate. Tnu Kentucky Senatorial fignt rjn8 rali Will pay full pries fsr i) a tier, Sgg, lie iniesion at present being prosecu - be laldgBlHHBiqntpeof Ira, Jsjrwfs JIB5& WBBBMaBWBaMaMaaaa ' m ' CT XrTras a "wofsder to all outsiders,'; m, Dy tne engineers is iuny en - oemg no rmivrggpeu. .uirror-iiiK- . For & puHar treWea to which is shows up in pleasing con- 's;-- . dorsed. It appears to have met j A bm introduced ;n the House of i'T Sale and Livery Stable. THE BARTER GROCERY- Jadici r wibjetfl, EtcrwTt's Ikon r. en- - the unqualified approval of the trust to the recent Ohio aSar. The Hickman Conifer will who found from the Representatives of Virgmia for Bmrots ss kiTxlaabk. Try it. its Jtii ytrar next month. Tlie Tho candidates are friendh a d the removal ot political disabilities ,. ni r,v. tPRttmnnv nf r,er r r - - Ml),llitlllE.tr , ..n..nnn..n.. lonnDi.l Rtk-- i , !)hr-W' . J. interchanged daily aud cordial Ccfarier is a good pnper, and the t ,U,.tq the river that navi - ofa score of iner.,who had fought du- tmi get the Genuine. Be sure to his friends and tba public tkt people of e.?a & says that "Wil- appreciate Hickman know how to gation had been improved bv the els in that State, was defeated, visits. Blackburn nv ni opened a new and fresh earply f the enterprise. Fulton all kindj of Fajiilt Urocerikb. whUh be KS GREAT work and the depth of water in- - This was certainly a sensible thing liams is a grand old hero'; and KENTUCKY STREET, wilt sell as low as the lowest. He Is ra-d- y creased in each instance. They for the Lej.idature to do. Dueliii"-foun"Williams returns the compliment ' Though Trunk Line at all times to exchange Groceries at . the Hickman fkv.l Conner is the efforts to control the is a relic of barbarism and demoraU constantly on hand for hiri cash prices for Butter, Ece, Ckiekensi, ar by saying hat ".7 o is a gallant tety-nY- c KEEPS sale years old ii, February channel effectual as far as carried VVxvv'X-yXfe- v any Kind of n.arkr-tinthat the famine i able and brilliant gontleman," and the 0Mest newspaper in this see-eac- h outy the expenditures of money izing tosocietv, , and the sooner fhe friends may bring in. The highr.t om i We?'&' &t' HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. law utsJ a to it tlu. b u i I ket price nlwv - nai.l. have ready cucomiums foritiou, by several yars. And wo heretofore appropriated so vp ...- - The '.lki of lllInlan iife .cS?. LIST OF BARGAINS. r .. i Having pnrchased the .stable, horsen yv j. m. xiii:TfinnrnT ui?r iIII' s'V)r V r are glad to say that the Courier jr Ao aa and well applied. Col. Swcouey. and entire outfit of W. B Plummer, fi!iaiinstl" tht' of S:1V Abont 0 acres of land near corporation ire propose to continue th basinets, and "- 'L TIT is one of the hvest, most spark1.71i n uu carious J IKnow 10 ouiun-- i fen se, 15 murder. We are tanfht' line, Weal Hickman, known as lilockaoH. solicit patronage v. R. EXATO . ling and progressive papers of the Reduced on river, running back to oiwl 11 ib UVCS ill llnu the residents of towns along the thb by the Bible, and both Chris- - 6 sn 7, fronting nftintfm mm if St K .. nH 1. The fight for United States "w.iMj, Senator 1o succeed Gen. Williams; drod years can no more complete- river, and river men, who were be - tiailltynnd Civilization demand lta Drav and Harne-- s about new, ehtap. Down they : suppression. Nice ne.T net Uutclicr'.i Too'?, nn-- all aec- v v rs undecided at tho hour the Cour- - lv fill its place in tho community fore Lomurs committoo 1 meat shop. wsnry fixtures for .do0B UHy T5Et G5iS3g3 and nfttS Speed UirtaW . . , T , ballot! A .New Jersev court has just dis- PIovr, Hughca and Daveninu goes to press. Tho last mt 3Mf75TFST ANQUICKEST RMTE stood Williams, 54; Blackburn, 44; j' EEPS all kinds of Btaple and fancy Trora Maeial.li, SCIUn. end llHrnloIflt tdtb 23. Vaughau . T,)e. nickman Courier has been the Weat and SouthweSl aud SUg- - " ' M Sweeney, Senator " , """ " I" VM"e; i AH themaehinerr belonging to the Flonr. "We are offering onr Pancy Flour, ' r years, "est a remedy, has made its renon a PMT,t on " ' rsp' r0i1'3 running to ing Mill known a the White Mill, In Hick, voted for Blackburn, and Repre-- . "8t!;"Ce "ong-fl- hort me-or long forfa,eat . puBHUBsing- an tne properties of a "i0rk t.v,Mr. Talbt-t- asked :;;., year, w...w.e Uu ito ..v..v to the Secretary of the Treasury, .niQt!v JUfxti.vrAi xvtj. cjt-aiWill be pleased t3 qpVftlscmt Change freta and Confectioneries. nvtiiuui u T;;rrt...i fr. uuuuuvjt fifth 0. 2 wbeat, BWOet. Strong and an- -' and with the. oxcontion who has forwarded itT through the ibra ticket t that city, pay iK there-- .' 'CruK.'witi; knife attachment-- . I iitfUSI Pi tiftilO aber till.. U. Losia. Iffoca see his old cuatomere, and will both suit ''adulterated, JZ of a short timo has been under President, to Congress. Tho com ior. at $5.50 per barrel. Till,ar.d bst cbaflrfi to prlcctpal lien the train arrived atJcr-- i II:mtlIlm Vp. v few w imlow - Framw, Sash and Joists, them in price and quality. Call and see Plininn T? . !!..- 1 . r NORTH R AND EASTERN CITIES. jL'uuiiiy, pure aim bwcoi. The Hickman Courier informs tho proprietorship and editorial mission recommends the prohibi- - .si'y Ci:y, thre centd more was dc 1. over ironi uniiiiiiig. ior saie. ns. "Quick Sales aad Small Prcfitlf. vi.v-ivleft 5.25. FamDy$4.75, X $3.25. ' ""'"mgement oi JudffO Hhr-R- s fjan4tf Won't be undersold lieorO tion of BhipmentB ot cattle orth .i.i-- l ,!,fIp laLiott hr tafeng,' - Manv oher anciisi loo numerous to Smitli ii that nur friend , Brestrroeh lovr prion. One barrel of Flour, together THREE TRAINS DAILY who frr veil wk lhn nnimlnr m.ti ' x"arran My hc Courier and its from the Texas fever districts ex- himeruNthe river. 11 e rftu.sed to By this Una, taaXla Call to soe in nnd learn what bargain yon ' with other goods bought of ub at 3USEC055SOTIOI8 ASD QTJICSHI THIS reason of cept from the beginning; of Noobliging clerk iu the store of H.e, !,tdit01: get. pav; a WANTED. Bamo timcr delivered FREE. arepellincFIour, ac Buchanan, Hickman, Ky., is now 8 r'e,tnree 8COrc --vcar s vember to the beginning of March. in jail. Ui Hefollowed and he was put can 'n'1 for $ 25. 000 dam sued cTiollfwl . nr ear , rrrn"sTniclo7 Artttld 1ntw w.naa kn. is your time to lay in a i. Crn otMinf .... -. , .v...., v.. v.. v.. : wiiu jicssrs. a.iexanacr ss jiax- ""'jr on tbe PKIPDIMTCf Seckfat home&a! wilt aevs He didn t care for the xhreet l rei thnarTitber house in town. We are prepared to shell. Back and ship, year's supply ot .Flonr, " One of Texas' Congressmen rop well of that city. . . Visitors from LlfllUnMn fO Una of tts who wish it, or to receive Fancy Flour retailed at 3 cents. receive special ior rata. corn for parties Lttnc arc Cement at reduced tirices Clinton and Hickman county willi Queen Victoria has written a resentB S7 counties, severe! of POWELL & URO, ihh ratr anu lorwara oy river, bacnea corn. POWELL &JJRO. j. tc8eeorAwom of C. P. Ompany tor P. 4.T.revtM alwaya hunt up Chess, wherever j hook. England has enough tron-li- o which are larger than the entire oiple. The jury gavehiw a verdict Pw.l4 4vr, writ ATK0RE, G. A. sacks for sale. &c, &c- dcc7-iI of fc 1,000. 'itcAjsow County 'Amcf. hies on hand now. j State of Massachusetts. amy bo. POWELL S: ERO. to-day, LLIMMJl J1W-- L fa vmi; monev to cousumers, but also resulted, fom year to year, enhancinjr the value of the farm in a shortage f the revenue propproperty and form products. that er; aud the Act exists while Kentackyas a matter of Eighty-thre- e counties in Kentucky receive more money frcm fact owes no bonded debt, and yet the common school fund than they the Legislature has been forced to pay into it. Ten counties jfhieh borrow about $500,000 to make jav only $7,230.82 receive from the good tho deficienccs of the revefa nd $25,098.15. nue proper; aud hence tho Gov There is an old proverb which ernor recommends an increase of pays, 4,You can not f et more out taxation as absolutely necessary. of a bottle than was put in it." A fair and uniform assessment in That. is a mistake.. A man can get all the counties would have paid uu that was put in tie Dottio aim ; current exi)enses, and left in addition to this can got 10 and monev iu tne treasury, and thereto days. fore ,J0 nee,i 0f increased rate of . .,. . j taxation The Legislature ought The Indies who re candidates to create a Board of Equalization for Librarian arc Mrs. Cook for; for each Congressional District. .Mrs. Itogers Hanson, Mrs. Fish, of Xicliolasville, Miss 31IHlHlpjII.cvoeaa llnilrond. Fannie Cantrill, of Fayette, aud Senator Plumb believes the disJliss Daisoy, of Louisville cussion of the Mississippi im- . 'only in their nissT!S!?mcte. -- And it "has classify ""theuiRol ven hb be'lontjfrtfj' wo. to the legal profession. Of the LikeKi-l- . eighths of the Representatives, saki - r" oxx janlt;.'80 bis Prof49sionaI HerriMa U theoUizess of Hickman and rioinilr. Conjnjission E1CKX. lere uunanH. IjWkIt,. l LIQUORS. t HngMette u ... mow mldl !. tfcj-u- gh , t nt km d s Sfh, .... n, pro-oriet- v ,! drum-majoro- fa BEER SALOON H. F FETHE. m family Groceries. MltilfTAiLOE. DiELBRIKi :- -u i i R. BREVARD, m s bo-oppos- es rs t;-Slon- ir y, 500 me-b- 1 -- STRONG FACTS ft h TIVOLI HALL. -- ltr; 5- Jos SOHI:. Prop?r. -- Uor-ern- ill-feeli- leci.-datur- to-da- y lt - v 1 Louis-prohibi- ts ed p-r- ; , ml ,i ilttornoys at JtLT .,Ji X i s, ij! 78 f E E. JTJDGB. firm-ala- t i X " - I "nii JiS -- iw ,- - I m , Ti Pr ,.' $ O " , iu j . tr Faeis Pahker, Ml .- -- ..v. iSCJ c S OVU-U- K v--- v Prices I J -- ! first-ola- ; Su'kv-breakir- R - J. W. E.OGEES, GoIf$$k NmI CrXXy FLOUR! FLOUR h Z " nty-fou- '' i t !". t- GROCEETES, KORTB & EAST : - i i c f"' f '" '"' J 1 or?ttt -- ---- Jw w . ' v--ui c v- - rll w M. ' O .ifa-r- , ,!;! '.An.i u nfiiiiiLilrtli! . ' " i tn'ii ifc tfmij' 'fi '"'n''' r n niiwtf"wBlmite .Jr fniii.il.. . ' ) '" " f i""""11" r"