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' - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, t & ' ft i se te. ir. js." -- : Hickman, Ky. -- ' n iiiMiiiniimi hhiiwii ,r "" 55K . 9RI!, " - yJ jA- i- - ... e- - yiMKjfc- - Fine job Printing EXECUTED . FFICK-Xrh- ua v; M BoHdlnf, CllatM St. TEE HICI t fT l Zll 4 JU . COURIER -- ifflBFr-j- . 3ro t With Neatness and Dispatch. S.A.XS 23IX.X.S, '" v BrrVELOPES, I.ETTSB-HJBAD8- ,i SIXL-ECE-A-IDe. . .. 'GEORGE WARREN, Editor. ;Price of Subscription, $2.' XENXYSOX MADE ABASOK Baron Alfred Vera de Vere. Of me you win no sew renown; You thoujthtto daie tbe country-rql- k And cockneys when you came to town. See Wordeworth, Shelley, Cowper. Ilurus, I Withdraw in scorn and sit retired J The lastcf Borne six hundred Earls t Is not a place to be desired. Baron Alfred Vero de Vere, Wo thought you proud to bear your name; Tour pride Is yet no mute for ours. Too proud to think a title fame. we hall the jrenlus not the lord; We love the poet's truer charms; A simple sinjrer with his dreams Js worth a hundred Baroh jMfred Vere de Vere. I see you march. I hear you say: "How. bow. ye lower middle classl" Is ail tbe harden of year lay. We held you first without a peer. And princely oy our noble words The Senior Wrangler of our bnrds Is now the Wooden Spoon of lords. co&ts-of-arxn- ESTABLISH EK59. To get a good idea of the suu'ipb, we must rememler his enormous tstcnt of surface. The earth's surface coania two hundred mill;ons of s urnre iilesi huauoij the sun's iseleven thousand-sitimes greater. Each square milifcon tains about three millions of saro yards, each squaie yard about onesou x THE-CATJS- V$M"V' zavi liirxicilcy HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KpTgQKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY "" X li o Old c-- t IV e v INVITATIONS, 25. 1834. VOL. -- 4 . XlXffa. Come Wife ETC , ETO. SSX1 V9U 17. OAIjZi AXCX OP SUN SPOTS. Baron Alfred Vere de Vere, Toil put strange memories In my head; For Just flv decades now have Cown Since we all mourned younfr Arthur dead. u, 3 our wet eyes, younowTopues: . J1 sand threo hundred square injhes; whence it follows that there are rot hly eleven thousand six hundred timeltwo hundred million times three nIon times one thousand thne hunted square inches in the sun's surface, 5f ia round numbers 9,000,000,000,000,00,. OOO.00D square inches. ICow each of these gives out abostssr hundred times as much lighta? tha glowing piece of lime in tho ojhijdn-ge- n lantern u;cJ to obtain brillUnty illuminated magic-lanter-n picture an more man one hundred times as muoi liljht as the small but intensely brTH'.ary electric arc when obtained of theutnio toneh luminous clouds, itjaw-nou- : ossioio sjucntlor. . The cause of this periodic change In tho state of tho sun's surface has not yet been discovered. But the spots themselves aue supposed to be regions where that surface has been iptenely disturbed. Gcnerallv tho parts of surface near a spot arc brignter than tbe rest, forming streaks and patches of intense brilliancy, which the astronomers of Galilou's timeoalled facul, from h Latin word signify a torch. Much smaller brightpatohes. mere dots in fact, of similar brightness are strewn over the general surface of the sun. These aro called the But though they look viry tmall, they are in rea'ity of enormous size certainly not less tnan three hundred m'los In length and two hundred in breadth. It is believed that ninctv-nin- o parts out of a hundred of the sun's light and heat comes from theso immense and in- rice-grain. WebIcn Presses. Woolon dresses are the favorite choice for street costumes this winter, and when mado of fabrics that are not too aAHbiaMAj-ji- L- --" T. -- 1 rK m &r t F & ' VZiiu SrrZ o t ,.;...,. .i i.M... of BMiHSi ofTSUio1ls St eleTtnclighk;. hides the sun from iv", i,iiii mill no is as can s1 e all around th.. Ar, t,A,K. nf !, The heat given out by the sua iMluuiveetBtDo: .... MM 6O0B6 vranJ old .n ; pnw of tnn. . snnirs . great as we might expect when we see i Iin-i-rosv moon ruddv oh e is look inn i ." na vnn rcucniHi sunn uul duvlt mountains, clouds and tlamcs. th s en rraous emission of light Ev like Will Shakespeare vas a prince of bards. Our Milton was a klnp to hear. poriments ma le by Mr John ilerschel They were compared by t'soe who first But had their manners that repoo at one time and by M. Fouillct at dbenured thoui to garnets round a Which stamps the caste of Verode Vero? m realitv belong another, show t!mt tlie heat falling on brooch of jet-Baron Alfred Vere do Vere. a single sr,uaro mile only on the earth's to the sun. and are vastma;ssof glowKobo. now your days are sere and spent? surface the sun being overhead-wo- uld ing gas, reachiug twenty, thirty, forty, The Kin of Snobs is at j our door. nav, To trace your lonjr (and deep) descent. melt twenty-si- x thousand tons of miles sometimes "even eighty thouaml A man's a man for a' that. above his surface. Outside these ice in an hour. And rich on forty oiinds a year; Now the earth receiver about fifty again there can be seen during an oolipc If rank bo thotruo sulnoa-stamTo win Parnassus die a ! million times as much heat as this, tho a glory of light around tho dark bodv size of a circle just large enough (set of the moon, called tho corona. This Trust me. Baron Vere do Vere, Whoa nobles eat their noblest words. squarely to the sun's ras) to shield the belongs to tho sun, and is probably The jrrand old jrardener and his wife by tiny cAlh from the sun being about fifty caused ntimbe'rs bodies traveling in imSml'e nt tho airs of poet lords. (l;ke clouds of dust) millions of square miles. 'Hutthe earth . mense Ilowe"er It be, it seems to mo around the sun and illuminated by his Tis only noble to be pood. only captures about one Plain eouls are more than coronets. h part of all the heat which the light Richard A. I'rocior, in Youths' And simple lives than Uaronhood. sun emits. Thus the total heat given Companion. I know you. Baron Vere de Vere; out by tho sun in an hour would melt Some You pine amonjr your halls and bays; Interesting Fasts About Oar Ear-Hotwo thousand six hundred millions of Tho Jaded light of your vain eyes Is wearied with tho flood of praise. millions of millions of tons of ice in an Ancestor. In slowing fame, with boundless wealth hour. This corresponds to what would But sickening of a vamie disease. At the meeting of the Iloval Society, You are so dead to simple things. result from burning eleven thousand You needs must play such pranks as these. eight hundred millions of millions of held last night, the venerable Professor Owen read a paper which cannot fail ions of coal in a second Alfred. Alfred Vere do Vere. If time bo heavy on your hand. Weean find (as it chances a 'ready to cause great interest The paper ou Are there no tollers in our streets, jdd to the memory at least if .w'e' re- a portion 'of a human skeleton from a Xor any poor in all these lands? member, what ha"s been already shown, pleistocene (pnladithic) led, Tilbury, 01 teach the weak to strive and hope, Or teach tho jrreat to help tho low, that the sun's surface is eleven thousand Kssex," deals with a nearly complete Fry heaven for a noble heart. eight hundred times larger than the figure which Ins been discovered durAnd let the foo'Jsh title go. earth by noting that if our earth's ing the excavations of docks now in rail MaU GaxelU. surface were as hot as the sun's she prosress at Tilbury fort, and at a depth feet from the preswould give out every second is much of nearly thirty-tw- o WONDERS OF THE SDK. heat as would come from burning a ent surtice. It consists of a consider"What iistroiiomers have learned about billion (that is a million million) tons of able portion of a human fckeloton, the pnrts of which arc determined and dethe sun is so wonderful that many tind coal. scribed. The inferences deduced are THE COMPOSITION" OF THE SUN'. itdiflicult to believe in such marvels as Of what is the sun. so vast and pow- that thoy were from a somewhat aged real facts, not less certain than what we can learn about a (lower, a rock, or erful, so hot and go brilliant, mado? It male of great muscular strength, and an animal. I am goinjr to describe might seem hopeless to ask. Who such inferences as to food as might bo some of these wonders. I cannot ex-- l, could traverse, oven in imagination, drawn lrom the worn crowns of the plain how they have becu found out, or the vast space that separates our world teeth in use at his demise are given. A wh,y the atronomor is certain of their from him andibnng back news, across chemical anahsis of the bones is added truth; but I can promise not to describe 'ho mighty gulf, of tbe various sub- by Dr. Walter Flight, F. It S., of the as certain what is in any degree doubt- stances that form his glowing orb? laboratory department "in the British ful, so that where 1 do not teli von there Yet science has done this, and that so Musom. A section of the several strata is doubt you may rest fully as'snred of perfectly that we could scarcely bo more dug through before arriving at the bed certain even if our observers had act- is appended. This section" determined the truth of what I say. ually visited the sun and had brought the man to have livod at the so called The sun lies about ninety-thre- e mil"Palaeolithic period." The author aclions of miles from tho earth. A train back part of his subatmce for examinatraveling live hundred miles in a day, tion under the microscope or ia chem- knowledge I his indebtedness to Colonel Uu Plat Taylor for the transmission which is about tho rate at which the ical laboratories. a notifica1 cannot here fully explain how tnls of the skeleton, with train from New York to San Trancisco travels (neglecting stoppages), would has been done. But I may say so mivh tion of his discovery in a lettot of take about live hundred years in travel- as this: The light of thi? sun" conta.ns 1st October, 1883; also to Mr. Donnld ing this enormous distance. The sun's rays of all tho colors of the rainbow, Baynes, the engineer of the dock works, light, which travels at tne rate of one and a method lias been invented forsep-aratin- who transmitted a section of the strata bundred and e'ghty-si- x thousand miles the red, orange, yellow, green, The bones consist among others, of in a second, takrs nearly nine minutes blue, indigo and violet i ays from each the frontal and part of tho occipital, in reaching us from the sun; so that if other. When this is done it is fund three teeth, incisors and canine; tho tho sun suddenly became dark, or any that rays of certain tints are musing masticatiug teeth had been used away other great change happened to his orb, from the light of the sun. Now, lunie and were gone and the cavities were nearly nine minutes would pass before of these mining tints arc knowu to be filled up, the femurs and shafts e of the The pelvis, we became aware of the fact thoe which certain vapors and ffnses tibio. collectors have which especially been in EXOKMOrS SIZE AXD TOWER. have the power of absorbing, as, for in- ment the habit of looking for, was It will easily be guessed that, lying at stance, the" vapors of iron, zinc, cop- entirely broken to pieces during the ims enormous distance, tne sun is or per and so forth, the gas hydrogen and digging, and the skull was also enormous size. You can hide the snn other suhs'ances in the vaporous or Tho density of tho bono was h globe, eet eight feet gaseous form. We thus learn'that these with a higher substances are in the atmosphere of "could than that of tho f csh bone, and froin the eye, or with a globe readily be pounded to a perfect set eighty feet from the eve, or with the sun, much as the vapor of water and, indidust any globe ect one hundred and eight the gases oxygen aud nitrogen ara cated a point" wbich ho considered a great change. Analysis showed the'atmosphere of the earth; times us own diameter from the eve. present in solublo to the extent of eighty-si- x it to j. nis snows mat tne sun s diameter is that U. in the. fcir w hrn.ithi per cent , consisting of lime, phoshas thus been shown that hvdro-- 1 It one part of his disHis forehead was tance, or, roughly, about eisht hundred gen. sodium, magnesium, calc:um, iron; phate and carbonate the frontal sinuse-wer- e aluminium, munginese, chromium, coi low and narrow, and and sixty thousand miles. This is about in which respect he one hundred and eight times the diame bait, niekel. zinc, eonncr. tihinium nnd bore aprominent, resemblance with the marked other elements are present in the sun'ifi ter of the great globe on which ive live. It is a curious chance, bj tho way, atmosnluTft. In nnnthitr wav. hv nn.1 skull of what has, by common consent, everywhere which causes the same number, one ticing thatcerta n tints are et"ra siron come to be known A remarkableas the charin thoLSUif S light (instead of beiujr abf" Neanderthal man hundred and eight to appear t wire , acter is that presented by the qlulcns in this way. "N e may thus obtain a sent or lamt; it nas neon snown inaj maxxmus, which was so considerably useful hclp'to the memory. For since oxygen is present (and probably also developed that ho must been a the sun's distance eveeeds'his diameter nitYojren) in the atmosphere of tlie ana man who was capab'o of have bearing great as in our own. one hundred and eight times, or in the weight and of great muscular power. SUN SPOTS. Bame degree that three yards exceeds I consists, The spots on the sun were first dif The bed overlying the remains mud and ono inch, while his diameter exceeds counting downward, of clay, that of tho earth in almost exactly the eovered by Fnbricius, Galilo and peat; peat mud, peat and sand; at the Scbeiner in the ear 1010. At first ttie same degree, it follows that: at First, if the earth is represented by a spots were thougtit to be opaque bodies bottom of the mnd, or rather the tho point of the sand, was h globe, the sun on the same traveling round the sun; but alter where the remains were found. awhile it wa.s seen that they move in scale will be represented by a globe Dai'y News. three yards iu dtumcter. And second- such a way as to show that they arc ol m t m his surface. Thus it was found that ly, if the sun is represented by a h Value of Olive Products. tfie globe, the sun's distance on the the sun turns round on his axis as samu scale will be represented by a dis- earth does. Tho" period in which ke The importation of olive oil from thus turns on h"s axis is abut twenfy-fiv-e tance of three yards. days, as you will see pre- France and Great Britain into San The sun has'a surface equal to about eleven thousand six hundred times the sently, ao cannot be quite certain asto Francisco for the year ending June 30, lb7y, was 3,8117 gilons. valued at $59,-91surface of the earth, which, as you the exact length of this eriod. -- , , . and 17,513 cases of pickled olives, know, contains about two hundred milrrr It was presently discovered that the Irrcnress blc usEtci'. lions of square miles. His size exceeds spots appear only in certain partsjjf of wbich I estimate the value at 872,-o2In a few years this importation that of tho earth no less than ono mil- the sun's surface. They are neverseen cotrfmotion on Tffcre' was a lion two hundred and sixty thousand near hi3 .poles, nor near that circle will cease and tiiis niouey will be saved Washington streetgnvit other aternoon. the times. But size without strength would midway between the poles which cor- to our people. In ten years, if our be nothing. The sun has to govern the responds with the equator of our rtn, farmers see proper, California enn sup- Tho mass of suow which had been held the frost immovable Ppn the roof family of worlds traveling around him. They appear, in fact, in thoso zoues of ply the home demand and export olive by a high budding, relaxed 'by the sudThis he does by rjullinir them contin the sun's surface which correspond in oil and pickled olives. The present of tdiaw, began to slide abd fell in a den ually towards him, though they arc not position with tho temperate zone of tariff oTers every inducement for the wh'ite and smothering ascalle upon tho i actually arawn closer to mm, just as the earth. But a very singular circum- planting of these trees, as all olive oil crowded sidewalk. By leaping wddiy imported into the United States must a man i always pulling towards him a stance has been discovered durin" the ddle of weight wbich lio awing3 round his head presentcentury. The spots farthcsrfroin pay a duty of one dol'ar per gallon. into tho in tloors the htrcct aiid sho.s tb with a string, though the weight al the solor equator take a longer time in Piie olive trees of the old mission and nearly cyCiybody ofconyenient av:v csc:lpedllie ways remains at the same distance from going round than those nearest to that the orchards planted from this stock at laqcltc," but .one unf)rliin:(tc man was nana, jc 13 tne wonaenui power circle. Judged from the former.the sun San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbauis by it 'aiid' cqjifjjjpjejjbnried possessed by all matter of drawing would seem to turn once round on his ra and San Jose prove that our climate from sjgbtw ImmediaJeJy;., Uio .pcopio towards it other matter (a power which axis in about four weeks. Judged from is favorable to the growth of this val- whoTiatavoTded' ahace'iulus wo do Botatall'tinderstanu, I must the spots nearest his equator, the time uable tree. Tlie oil from these trees to'lil's' assistance, (ino "whlch.thus enables the sun to of a single rotation would seem to he and orchards that has come to this man groped into the snow and caught "rfct-asmarket during the past year, is of fine him by ruler of tbe .family 'of bodies little more than three and g it a purchase tne leg. called tne solar system. weeks. So that it would actually seem flavor, of mot superior quality, and of on his arm, and another others gr.pping him by His enormous sizo might lead von to as though parts of the sun near bis that peculiar light green color posesed cloJbipgantlU4yVwinVli(!tim'3 Lo - tninic no was even more powerful as a equator turned round eight times in only by fresh an unadulterated olive was brought to his lect again. He pretuler than he reallyis. He is one mil- - four weeks, while in the same time the oil of the firt class. I d j not fear when I say that there is not sented a sorrowful, spectacle, however. lioHtwo .huadred and sixty thousand parts of the spot zone nearest to the His hat looked like a half-s-h latu 1 cona gallon of olive oil imported into San certina, his times larger than the earth;"but ho only poles went round only seven times. his celcob was torn, Francisco from France. Spa.u and Italv lar hung onty by the button andthe back conUiBS about three hundred and thirty APPEARANCE OP SUN SPOT?. on sfHqasand' times as much matter. Still The spots are notun'formlv dark, but that is not more or leas adulterated of h.s shirt, 'andxvhereve.' hu disclos d even this is enormous, and m;ans enor- - are darkest at the centre. All around with refined lard oil, peauot oil, or a lodg u plac for the snow in his power. vlf the earth had such the dark central part is what looks like some cheaper harmless and ediblejin-"Todicpirson, there the chilling cleThe owners of our few power, the quantity of matterin a pound a sort of fringe, darker than the rest ment' hail cstabl shed iticlf. lie w.is orchards ljave not jut learned apparently li'eless also, and a great would press downwards with as much of the sun's surface, but notWarly so the adulteration of olive 0:1, and so far crowd 'coll clod, with every niauiu'-tii-ttofforce as three hundred and thirty thou- - dark as the central region. - ,s'SJHlti,pends, weightat present A man The spots seem to be depressions be- California olivooil is absolutely pure. of sympathy. The htrauger eH,n &wfc wetghstoaly bo hundred pounds low the solar surface, the outer nart D. 11. Heading, California. revived, lie sighed and opened his V'yes would intthat case,weigh thirty-thre- e being the sloping sides or great saucer-shape- d the flush of li'o rctnrnfd to hv a Hen willioBs of pousdi; or would in fact hollows. The War Cm, the official gazette cheek. He saw the concourse about be ernfhed perfectly flat by bis own But there are not always spots on the of General Booth's Salvation Army, is J him :ind smiled," opening his mouth to --weight. , fina. Sometimes for weeks in suc- published in tnglish, rrench, bweJisu Bpeak, and as the people crowded v. tjtisthie treraeadens. power redding cession no spots can be seen. Jt ba? and several other languages. Thoy sent around tb hoar him, said: "All- - h! that ai"tH snk'g mass which enables him to been found that spots increaso and deyear 250,0.)0,OJO copies, and was a narrow escape for me. The per. oMe tbe plaaVts is their paths so that crease in number in a somewhat reru-la- r out lastworth of musical instruments, ils of win(er, oen in this temperate 30.000 theywievet retreat too far away from manner. From the time when there uniforms and badges. Tho grand army zone, aro indeed fearful. 1 ut how hion ixjto receive too little beat, nor are none the spots gradually increase comprises G30 corps, ISO ol which are much more terrible are they in the draw, too lose to him so as to receive in number and in size. frozen regions of the Pole' I havo Then they be- abro?d. - ijeViaoee. ." 'r gin to get fewer aad fewer in number .here" and he opened a sachel wbich LIGHT A3rt HEAT. until again the sun is without woman in Kolyoke, Mass., had survived the shoak "the new book A Brtiaga!i, wither size uvr uower The they begia to return, and sospots. called young City Clerk, and. after ex- describing the suflerings and d atb of on the they the sjib a lit ruler of the grow alternately more for w Inch am taknumer- eiar syetewfwHhent light to illnaJhsate ous. The period in and less all the amining the marriage license register, the De Loug party,aad which I1 should which told him to erae her name, as the ing subscript ons, m faiily ef worlds and heat to warm changes are gone through, from . m young man who had taken ort a certifi bo pleased to sell you at" but how thea. Let tm see hew saoce. light and when spots aramostBumeronstoatime i cate did It without her leave, and she somebody yelled that another snow-slid- e . .. .. ttVW 71MMS MM UM5 SUH CITM OUt HI I 1116 Wrln that? irA Qtrqin MAe ...M.r . -- . uiV3i, numerous, IS was coming, and the crowd vandid not propose to marry htm. Sho was I ished like smoke. Boston Journal. truub oioicu j earn. accommodated. Boton Herald. 1.1 1II1H- S!5-r- ; fitfi . iK ttli BJCrSHTM?! ,.i ,- - sE8889em ""rrr'viI1L ntJIIITil 111SL ! 'msVirrs. ... ,, mi nign-siandin- -- rf --- nr Th-'s- e p pe-sr- st g fiint-impl- frao-ture- one-inc- ten-inch- es e f one-inc- Z,o-do- n one-inc- th-iug- 2, heavy, aro also used for day dress in the house. soft studs that are ot jTl&fu been kept in a room iu light weight, aud fall into graceful wntoji Ws son was confined by scarlet folds arc mad? up without an outside feysc; Seventeen persons who used tho jacket or mauile, and are used as morn- raillcwere attacked by scarlet fevor ing dresses that the wea er can appeal ttuti .""tii-e- a. in at breakfast, and afterward make Mjbutter crop of Vermont is osti- usoful for the sheet by rdding one of raatJ at 27,000,000 pounds half a tho long wraps that almost concc al the in eacji man.' woman nntl nlnlil' figure, such as a ch'th redingote, a seal n States. The butter crop dolman, or a simplo circular. JwSas estiraatcd at 100.000,000 , The preference In su h stuffs is for solid (KnPfirlv tier nmimla frn aopK colors of light brow-- and gray, such as iBdrvkliialiHi the 'country. Vermont is tho new golden brown, ecru, cuir and one oMhe ojd dairy States, ror vears rrench gray, and a contrasting color is bee prtducts have had a Nationa- l- and often added to these to briirhtenthem indeed, a European reputation. Tl o up. The fabrics most used for tbeso j dairy interest of Iowa has grown up dresses arc camel bison. cipiW'hin about a .dozen yours. In 1881; ....... .... MwV.u.v ,av. mu bakiirvnr lirnnticiirTitrwtuau ttvuw- fo,000 pounds; doumon uunng me last . . two y ears, ai it did from ib'J to i&ai. ' or that woven in the 7.ir-a- r chuddah If this ra'e of increase is raaintninod ,. col- - whatwill bo the products of our Westi:es. me vesr, rmc V g lar. small turned-oveluff and a rht ern dairy belt when south Minnesota baylaveuso plaiting are the pln.os lo and the ''rogions bttyond" are fully deintrodtu-ina contracting color, and veloped? t c new fancy is to have this labrif of The conditions prevailing between wool also, though elvt s s .11 uso I for the dairy former und the consumer of such accessories. A postilion b.xsiiiTi; and his mot a phi ted sb'rt w tJi draperies that aro two ofanomalous.important products are He makes a pure arquite lo ig beshort aud full on tho hips and ticle of milk and when it reaches the hind, are the dtrectio s generally given it has been skimmed, watered for such a dress. A moro novel ar- consumer or adulterated. He makes a pure article rangement of the skirt, scou in imported of butter and wlon it reaches tho dreibies of this les ription. has verv and altered short drnp ryin tho back, with past all recogntioo. In this way be t'le lower part turuod under to fad I ko and all a soft puff on thn three wide box plaiis sua'ers in pocket and reputat'on handler tho work'of tone intermediate that finish out tho kirt to tho fuou class there of The front of such a dress uiav have a of his goods, theh world any other that would sit mmi in braided panel down each de breadth, the r down and and cither four or six plaits dou n tho suninelv got trod of wait until them? abus ng fron1 breadth: or there may be Hr.i t do onemios s on tho breadths wider than panels, usiiiilly Let &omc one try this busno-"of the country, and it rundu of lijntred tauostrv wool, or of manufacturers tahmcrc iK4 thi! drjats, trimmed with would not bo xn duvs befoie an organiformed and a fund di'uopiug lops or pointed eiidj of zation would be raised that wuld frighten such a set of Long stm ght eff. cts are client le. destroying the after in tbo drapery of m h scalawags as are now of their boots. d esses, and in the l'ues of tho front dairymen's bistness out and si e b.eadths; they are also very A little enerietie action would do it, Dairyman. nou !ant, but the tendency naff Is to auyliow-Jwtfn'c- fl'i use ptds of la r and spr ugs across t .u back of the foundation skirt for enlargButtcrlueand Boards of Trade. ing t .e size, instead of adding voluminous Phero are readths of cloth. Yos, they laugh at us at tho West .orysimi le and stylish ways of making when wo sav, on good authority, that 1iok sleudor and 'bouffant drapery of the Boards of Trado out there are maa s;ngle breadth of wide Mulls, but this nipulated bj tho owners of butterinc full w.dth needs to be tinnly fastened factories; bat wo were told this by a aling all the edges, leaving iothiug vo man who has eyes to 'ee with when ho hang or gel out of order. To do this, travels, ande had just returned from tho Tower end is fiit sewed across to Elgin, and be pronounced the whole the foundation ski.t; th mater al Js business of public sales on these boards then turned up to tho bolt and sewed a farco, and tho chances aro just about The ninety-nin- e t'icre In two very full box pin t ia a h'indred that he told draping is next "dono by a flutter of the truth, he Anrian Cwlivalor, p!a t3 tolded clufi ly toge her rather low that generally knows what it is talking on ea h side, with their ed.;e .so .red about, back; us up in this stutemont sj undernoath onite out of uyht: higher follows: 'The butterinc and oleomarup in the middle of the i rcadih another i garine men are again advancing the full thick bunch of fohU it taken, price of fans) grades of creamery buttacked permanently, and hidden in tho ter in tho Most ThefO manipulators fuIlnov of tbe double box plait of the of lard anQ tallow and grease need top. Soni" m hPsU- - add two or threo quite n percentage of choice butter in rows of plaited wirg ng in de the their mixture to lend flavor and aroma to servo as a btwilc. wmitt others prefer tot!tc ruaAryiin. the higher thoy nillow-sbapewith tmir. uiu up geiiuuu uuiior in small inis, mu imd felled the The draperies aero s the front and hips more they can obtain for the counterof dressoi,with wtb feit by thoton." Now lot the farmers T panels a: e necessarily very hhort, and who are net in tbo fecrots of this little may bo made straight across in r. game, andwbo belong to these hoards, wrinkled apron, or they may be paniers institute inquiries and they will tind that are lanpvtl acns tho fr. nt, or else that most of tho highest priced goods, they may be continuations of tvo or rather"' the Lest Unvoted goods, single breadths used for the t.iuk,' drap- go dirictljr to the oleo shops and ery, extcuded along "below4 the belt, arc used for flavoring the very article covering the hips, and mejetjijg in front, that cuts' the market from under where thoy are pruaniented wi'h them. Tobesur', if your butter sells rosettes ovfwl bows of "velvet or satin attopfigiucs oti get a slice of tins riblKjn. profit and it may be asking too much ol If figured tapostry is used, for the your human nature to look after the front breadth or for side panels it a' so interest of the trade at large, but the Tho favorite shape for forms a mass of farmers are not in tbo such vests is a single piece in Breton great and they are the ones to tnke swim, fashion that lips across the lining when this matter up and sift it to tho bottom. it meets iu fiont, and is buttoned ou one If energodcally done you will probably button-hide- s side; a row of buttons nn.l of these butterinc people have is placed on the opposite stdepre-ci-ol- y find that men out concluding arrangegot their liko tho one that is made i so of. ments either with the makers or handA standing collar of the materiuLof the lers of the best goods by which thoy aro w.--t is at least an inch and a half lrgh, to have absolute control of all the bc-and there is a rolling cohar below this is oCered for sale, to the ot the material of tho has ,ue. As we butter that entire exclusion of all outside buyers. have said before, the' cuirass, or Jersey This is often nccomplishol, not inertly basque, which is straight around tho for it than the market hips, has lost favor, and the postil on is by pavine morewhich they sometimes will warrant ased instead "this is shap d like a their competitors, -habit, waist, but is ampler, with two will do to freeze out but bv priuite agreements the cnb longer sloping i oints iu front, and is of the sale is turned into time, very much bioader across "the- pla.te.l character payment or shipment are tlie iaisr in ttic delays of square that Tails below made, or in bonie way they got favors back; the sidus are very s!jort,, jnd-edto others, 'these oleo scaicely extending bciond tho waist not accorded sharpc-- t and most unpeople are the 1 such line. When a vest Is not iriserto men in the market, and like a postilion ma' bo made dies-i- lv a scrupulousmanipulators they work torailroad stand ng collar of velvet, aud.a'rolfing with tho one collar, .also .otvehe that may b. gether, and all the time accumulating in view of lengthened into rovers. Or ifbra'd is sole object practhc and at the exemployed, for tnninilng, five or six rows money bv sharp pense of'tbeinuocent and hard working of braid are placed btraiht dow n the say combine and contribfront each side ot tho buttons; but these farmer. Weto 'ferret tkeni out The ute money rovs of braid muSt'tihtf 5.tend along tho sided of tho basque, as thev are American 'Dairyman. i '" merely mean' to sugzcstafcTd outline a ' Bazar,. Unprofitable Cows. ,$ WCrewd. school asd cnnpcii. s .."V tbe cow all she will cat and consumed See here, my, uoywrte bells have of the sardines Kentucky pays her common school in the Unite I States come from Maine. runz the old year uttaad the new one teachers 1.40 for each pupil. Louis-vil- li "Snjpundcp, Scotlind, a dairvmnn Very few of the real French fish are in' and a new vatCurjjM come on deck. Co'irier-Journatined b for 60'ling milk imported now. Tne.se Yankee sardines If voti think you.ar. "6 "buk uioug Sit'ing Bull has beenmo a very THE DAIRr. Yankee Sardines. Nine-tenthl. ". f WF fur-lin- od lifted l- , IIU.-r- are nothing but small herring put up in boxes wita gandv labels audTrench in- scnptions. In hastport there arc nine-tejplaces whore they turn out sardines, beside three at Lubec, two at and one each at Millbridgc, J Lamome anil llobbinston. In I87U a a"v iuih unu um a imH.mtv uiuv packing "Kusaian nardines" In Eat-o- t Port- - These were little herring packc u one-por- t, 1 fi-- j ! in thn a.ime Old K" of us are making c. YOU VC EWtrnr with tho Now, then; you; You are trom si, years fdd. iotl t about it, but tb lhalf-bake- we . while thn rust r,fv4 yu are wp a j;.. n I 1 in cnifill rvrinilnn triurw mitt tini.prvft'" with spices of dlaerent kinds. It octhat curred to one member of the thee little lish might bo utilized to better advantage by cooking them and packincr thoiu in "olive oil. like tho lfreijel.s3rdluo,5. The experiment had Hcennfdl3Kfralyear3"bcvor(rNvhh-oQ- t . , ,.,-,. x s'joooss. rutne utcicuiiv was- to eradicate of tbo herring. This gave tho taste rise to tho couplet: You may sptoo and may call It sordino if you will, But the taste of tha herring will din;; to It m d than know would COVi your worldlv wlsti an owl off bis pel make a resolve to bv not knowing as Plato, DIogeoA vou should coal If iTV Mill. t I i.t d plaUsA-abUJJB- -- vet t riding- easy to cook the herring, pack them in olive oil in tin cans, and them air tight, but when they we.c openo I they had not the rich. epcy flavor of the regular French sardines. After a rrvat niaav experiment-- , one of the manufacturers succeeded in producing a mix'itru o" oih and spices which remove 1 the dLliculty. Tho herring used f r ma king sardine-arab Hit f ur inches long, and arc Maine taken in great quantities Thoy ran and New HrunSvrick coa-- t be bought of the fishermen f.ir about . a alt tough when tne lisu are scarce, as tiey oVn are in the spring, they bring as much as 15 a hosrshad. To cateh tbe fish small trees or brush are thrust into the sandy bottom of the sea, ar. angod in a Hue running ou; from the short: s unu 75 or 100 feet, and then curved back like a horo' ".boo. Inside this trap h u net When the tide is falling tne net is raised ami the fish are taken out with bugo sotop nets. The catch is always very uncertain; sometimes only a bushel or two will be taken, and often so mauy are caught as to endanger the net '1 here is another way of capturing the fish. Herring, like mackerel, go in schools, and, for some re:ion. always follow a light Two or three fishermou provide theiu'olvos with torches made of cotton batting saturated with kero sme. aud on dark nights row aloug the shores with a torch in the bow of the boa?. When a schol is found the herring dart attor the boat cominsr so c!oe that they aro dipped up in nets attached to short poles. Aftsr boinr captured the fish are takeu immediately to the factory and laid in heaps upon long tables. The litst thing is to decapitate and clean the fish. The dexterliy w th which th:s operation is performed by the children who aro emploied is remarkable. Ou tish are oleano I an average seveuty-liv- o aud decap:tatod every minute by eavh eluld. with one stroke of a sharp krTife. A box holdiug about a btishol lies at tho foot of each operator, antl as the clean ing is completed the tish slides into this box. The pay for this work is ten oeuts per box, and "some of tho children make a dollar aud a half a day. After being washed the herring arc pickled for half au hour and are then laid upon trays and placed in a large drying room heated b- - steam. After the fish are dry they arc thrown into la'ge shallow pnus of oil and thoroughly cooked. They are then paeked intin"boe3 by jrfrls and women, and in each box is poured a quantity of the pa'cnf mixture of oils and spices. Covers are then fitted to the bo es and sealed ou by men. As air must be !, the cans when sealed, are placed in a tank of boiling water, where they remain half an hour, and are then removed and placed on an inclined plane so that tho air inside rushes to one corner ol the box. This- corner is punctured with an awl. tbe hot air escapes and tho can solder. The is made boxes are then ornamented with attrae tive French labels, stating that the enclosed are Sardines a In Franatiir,;'' some arc labeled " VhuUlc tF olive."1 The e e It was hog-lie.- own jainer. it v "Ereatlv atTcct your general standng with the world. Perhaps voit snnke and chew. What for? WhaOs tbe we of paying out 8 IOC a year to insure bad breath, headaches, red eyes, decayed teth and nervous debility, when yju can secure- a broken leg, 'which is far nicer, by a tumble down stairs? Chevying is a vicious, nasty habit Smoking affects tho brain We admit and nerves and stomach. that a young chap of your ago look like a great statoman whenho comes down tho avenupufling away at a five cent grab, but suppose you didn't look like anybody but yourself? Maybe you drlak a little; very probably you do. Ji young man of your age is apt to think it smart to guzzle down lager and tipple wine, but there's wuore ne is lame, tven old drunkards would caution voa against the practice. Drink not only wastes moaey, buf it severs friendships, breeds auger, brings about quarrels, and theoj is uo end to tho train of wretchedness it catafK Yes, rent lawyer, Matesraeu, poets and but they lose respect by it. Men have a contempt for their weakness and the world reads their epitaphs with sneers. Don't make a persimmon of yoursolf because some one else has. Played poker or faro yet? If so, we hope you got sucb a s'kinning as will last you your Let gambling alone. Fi":ht as shv of carabling roonis as you wo.ild of a ma I dog. People tell'yon about lufku That's all bosh. Thc'gambler has you by the throat the moment you enter his door. You can't make any money oat of him. but ho w.ll seo to it that you a Id to his capital. Now, as to j our personal traits. You may have come naturally by yonr czotim. but keen it in check. Tbe It as a dis .world in general looks ease. Even, if you know all ou think you know the rest of us won't admit Men hate boosters and braggarts. Bluntness is a good thing sometimes; Civility and a consometimes it scientious regard for other people's feelings are trump cards In the game of 11 o. lie charitable without encouraging vice; bo honest In yonr opinions life-time. .... you nuin tevcaig good Indian. He is leading himself as a curiosity to Dakota church tee mark along City Journal. 4 world. "A discourse to old bachelors and beginning life. maids, voting mon and niaide on tbo Mo twontv-on- e was the adr. ... ?ia of single oleedne-s,'- ' i kuiiw an j jt y are nt more vertised title to ono of a recent Sunhat you don't day's sermons in New York. Figures showing the growth cf ko trie, while Idu't knock Christianity since its early stages have Suppose vou been compiled ind arc as'fojlows: Day the year 1884 of Pentecost, '".OOO; end 6f first centttn'. baabalfasmuch 600,000: reigiuof Constantino; 10,000-t- -. her wise men. 030; eighth century. 30,000,000; Relo admit that formation, 100.000.00; in 1S33, 4o0..r fain.---Siot- tx n, 4i - i . r. . orathan your leges met at Columbia Collego for tho purpose of forming a society to promote the study of modern languages. A resolution was discussed that tho degree of B. A. should not be conferred on any stud&at who could not read fluently French and German. .V. Y. Timet. now in the pew The prayer-boo- k President Arthur uses at St John's Church is tbe same that has been usod by all Presidents who have attended that church. It is a plain. large-size- d book, bound in smooth black morocco, with "President's pew" printed in gold on it in plain Roman text Washinjlon .TVlljr JJIW I'35U13 IU .IIUVIIVUU 0Jrf ll- recently . Jgf ., urn it ln't The Baptists in Virginia have es tablished a ministers relief fund forthe aid of aged and disabled ministers. d of tho fuuds annually received is invented as a permanent fund, the annual interest on which, with the oter two thirds is used for the relief of needy minsters and their families The permanent funds amount to 8,505. .V. Y' Examiner. The Calvary Baptist Church, of New York, was opened to the public recently. It is built of Loekport .sandstone". English Gothic stylo, with five front porches and spire 2J9 feet high. The building cost 500.000, and the organ 20,000. At the close of the sermon a collection of 30,030 was made. A7. J'. Tribune The assertion is made by Rev. E. E. Hale, over bis own signature, that public schools in Boston are closed by local school coramitteci to give an op- for licensing liquor sellers, y Massachusetts law no balooa can bi licenvd within a given distance of a By tho opportune clospublic soho 1. ing o: ono of tho schools lor a few days eleven saloons obtained licences, and Boe'on HervUL then it was reopened. From the altar in the Catholic, cbnreh I was oxcluded. Iwvause there is a law that no married priest shall celebrate. What ' is God alone in One-thir- ers. Tbo Trinity of heavei- - the Father, the Word, and tho Holy Ghost -- is bat don't imagmathut ft is vour duty httinirlv represented on earth or an ifefluallv. bcly - heaven No; ho is in union with oth- You mav loso by it tor a lime,- but when tho public coaio's to understand that you are a just and upright man you'll make money and keep friends as well. In fat, oung man, suppose you square up with your tailor, pay the pari your balance at your hair on theside and fall intoprocession with the rest of ua. We don t claim to be pretty, and we don't own all the brains in the country, but wo can teach you several things that may come useful in future yeara. and we guarantee to prove that horse sense and square dealing are certain to pay a dividend. Detroit Free Press. boot-maker- dav when priests nrealloea 10 iSsWt" the Pope cuan-- s to be bishop of Rome, and the Bible is preached in evory pulpit and read iu every homo, will see tho Pert reform In France accomplished. Hyacinilic. . m " e, PDSBEST PARAGRAPHS. Women nover will be paid as much for lecturing as men, simply became they have djnc so much of it for nothing. Ciiatjo Journal. A woman always carries her purse in her hand so that other women will see it; a man carries his in his inside pocket so that his wife won't see Boston Post. Live while you may Timid pas- semi-annu- al i. Real Santa Claus. it - , y oil, such as is mad oil used is otton-ce- d in South Carol na. It is not always the best quality of oil. 'I be best o'.l is" used, however, for the fish sold as "prime.' There are propared at tboc factories other varieties of fish known as "mus ' waU--Marper- '.i 2. dodg-ing.in- to -- k); a one-ha- lf on i.H rat-mcnt- ut olive-Eearin- g i ' ' eoU-.wak- e It ought to be quite apparent to an owner of a! cov that if it costs 30 to feed the animal, and the product of the milk is 25 only, there is an actual loss in money, besides all the use of the land and the labor expended in care. But it is a fact that thousands of farmers continue to feed cows jear after year, that do not pay for their food, and are really supported by the better ones in tbo herd. An instance of how a farmer changed this unprofitable state of thing3 was given at the recent m eeting of the Illinois dairymen. It was Mr. H. B. Gurler who gave bis experience, as follows : He said that he began with 20 cows, which yielded 150 pounds of butter each. Thatyie'd of milk was 18 to 10 pounds per cow, the percentage of cream being 7 to '20 per cent, the milk from the cow that gave 40 pounds only yielding 7 per cent 1 he percentage of cream,- - however, is not always a reliable test of the butter value of a cow's milk, as the cream from one cow's milk will make much more butter than that from another." "In a iew years," said the speaker, "by ridding myself of the more unproductive cows, and charging from summer to winter daining, I increased the butter yield from 150 to 2G6 pounds of butter per cow, and increased the net profit from 15 to 45 per cow an increase of 200 ptr cent in the profit For the year ending June 1, lSi-0- tho gross income from my dairy was 83. 62 per cow, and the cost of keeping was 37.10 per cow. leaving S4C.12 per deducting the value of feed; or, in other wonR SI in feed produced 2.23 worth of milk." But this case was by uo means so bad as many that came to light in the annual reports of creameries and cheese factories, in which there aro statements of whole herds whose product of milk or cream is less than an average of oo0 -- , cow-aft- er "nnrhpirl A. CflnAi lifitirl ib nnlir ntinnt ir. ..., tuuiuai eightcentsadayfortheincomeof acow, itfs easily seen how unprofitable such an r . , t-is in ner owner. --tT. j. m Jiwea. :i than the sardines. The marauees are packed in a sauce mado of vinegar, spices, lemon and sugar, and the sea trout are largo herring put up in oval boC3 with still another ?auce. Almost the entire product of thae factories is shipped to New York, whence it is sold to retailers all through the country. One of the Lu'-e- c houc prepares about 4,203 boxes a dav. The acttal cost per box, including expenses is about five cents. The profit made bv the puckers is from five to seven cents Tbo difference between these pricc3 and the consumer pavs for the fish at the grocery goes into the pockets of the groceryman. Easlporl (.!.) Cor. N. i. Sun. This caused a ereat deal of scrambling and afforded tfie four hundred spectaCurious Blunders. tors any amount of fun. Tho gifts conMany curious blunders happen in our sisted of portfolio slate?, scrap books, life which, if written up, dolls of all sizes and nationalities, nigcvery-da- y would be" very amusing. For example, ger babies, sarings .banks, tops, balls, I saw a very handsome young fellow whips, popguns, tin horns, express wagons antl tofs of all kinds and at the furnishtng-good- s standing The fun was kept up for Macy's the other clay. Lookcounter at ing iano entry at the handsome young about two hours. Some of the more lady clock behind the counter, he re- successful grabbers succeeded in getting- eight or tea toys. The children, marked; "Tsnopo-- c yon have something pretty as a ru?c, all fared well, and in their estimation Mr. Cortright is the prince in scarfs, Mis?" (Pa.) girl, of good fellows. Allentown yes," said the "0 Chronicle. handing down a package, "hero's some blue satins for a dollar just too sweel The United States boasts the only for anything." poisonous lizaru, w. huwum. "I think you are a little dear," be specimen of which was recently eshibi-tn- .i said, with a pleasant smile. a thn Central Park Zoo. Experi "You arc very coinplimenta-v,- " she ments were tried with it at the Smith-soniareplied, her cheeks covered with crimand the scientist who was mtten son blushes. was dangerously affected, but was reWhen he thought how he had bern lieved bv immediate attention. The misunderstood he blushed and aliva is "found to bo alkaline, aud when injected into a pigeon caused death in O, I beg pardon. Miss. I didn't mean Tbcy are frequently to say yo'i were a little dear. I nine minutes. found in .Montana C?btmg with snakes, " meant JV. F. Sun. out victors--"Nover mind, there are pleuty of always coming yonng men who do think so. Good anglc- 1 Buffalo c A ratnrer awning." Up. feeds them on milk for a worm "When be turned away her blushes row davs. dusts them with Hour, and wete gone and his face looked as If ho drops them into a pan of burning oil or had aotten bis feet tanrlcd in a lady's jat Thev are served in drawn butter , lran!jyK pcrUns. with a little lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce. Bafalo (X. Y.) Express. ii England allows children to work in Three degrees of mining speculastores waen ten years old, but from that ; comparative Positiver-min-e ; soft unt I fri tii tion fourteen thftV --v n school half a day. miner: superlative minus.fish w-b- Tho mustards are prepared liko the until thoy are put ia tho cans. They are packed in a preparation made of mustard, vinegar and oil, with a.sop con of spice. The mustards are larger sa-diu- tards," "maranecs," and "sea trout" es As long a3 Mr. Samuel M. Cortright was a resident of Mauch Chunk he gladdened the heart of every poor child in that town by presenting it every Christmas with gifts in some shape or other, and for years his mode of observing Christmas" .was the feature of the day. Now that Mr. Cortright is a citizen of Alloatown, he dispenses his favors to the children of this city, and the thousands of gifts he distributed yesterday have added to his fame as the children's friend. On Monday he announced that at two o'clock on Tuesday ho would distribute 4,0W presants to 4,000 poor children and invited them to call around at that hour. Lcng before the nppoinfd time the children were on hand, as well as grown per sons, who came with the expectation of seeing fun, and the." were not disap pointed. To lend to 'the interest of the occasion Mr. Cortright cugaged the Allentown Band, aud the music attracted others who would otherwise not have graced the occasion. At two o'clock the fan began. Instead of 4,000 poor children being on hand there were abot.t 400, tho town not being able to raise the hrst number. It is st ongly hinted fiat many of those who did assemble were not very poor, but with characteristic liberality Mr. Cortright did not draw the line between tbo poor and those better off. The snow, which fell thick and fast, did not appear to dampen the ardor of the boys, though some of the younger ones were nearly snowed under. At first the children passed by the windows two by two and received their nresents, but 'soon this svstem was broken up, aud then the urescnts were pitched out the windows senger (as the gale freshened.) "Is there any daugcr?" Tar (ominously.) "Well, them as likes a good dinner had I" Ciicago Tribbetter hev it to-da- y une. It was loaded Sun. The man who gets up in the morning feeling that be would like to die for his country, changes his mind the minute he feels in his pocket and finds ho has been "stuck with a trade dollar. Detroit Free Pns. In a praver meeting In Wcstficld, Mas.. a brother arose and said: "I want to hear sung that beautiful hymn, Split Doors."' A ripple of laughter snopresii'd by ias"Gates Ajar." a sisteo who struck "That's it! that!s up it!" the brother shouted, as be sat down to enjoy tbo melody. Boston He blow into his jrnn to soo If loa lln? up It neerfori; The Jury to a man nsrrts) Tho gun blew after he did. Chicago Transcript. A cynical old bachelor, who firmly hcPeves'tbat all women have something to sav on all subjects, recently askwl a female friend: "Well, madam, what of female do von hold on the suffrage.-'To him tho lady replied, calmly "Sir, I hold my tongue." qu-sti- on -- - IntJependvil. A letter was recently received by a Massachusetts newspaper addressed to the "Paregoric editor. It was thought to be intended for the Pararapb editor, but one of the stan, who had just been made the happy father of a beautiful baby, said he pressed it was for him, and it was nanded O7or to him. Somercille Journal. Rev. Mr. Talraagc, in a sermon recently, told of a New York merchant who stopped tue use of the "vile weed" and at and saved his tobacco-raoncy- , years he had the end of thirty-nin- e At this rate he would have to jo without tobacco and save his money for more than a thousand years before he would be as ri?h as Venderbilt There arc many obstacles in the way of leading an upright and temperate life in this world. Norritlotqn HtraM. Y. 20.-102.- y. V rosy-cheek- ed m n, They Hot by Chance. In a city a man may ride up and down on the cars with another, stand at the polls with him, attend tbe same church aud met him daily and yet not know his name for years. Stieh all in- atam-mere- d: . stance had the Gui-- puttoityesterday. A citizen coming down Cliilord Street overtook a gentleman wjiom be had talked with at various times, ami saluted with: "Good morning. Mr. ab Mr. 'hem good morning." ' see-g- ood "Same to you, Mr. -Je- t's-see Biornin?!" "Say." said the first, as ec, baited, do you want to .snow rav namer b - ker." "Well, sir, it's Baker Christian- Ba- Ido." ' I ! :- I nit -- And mine." replied, tbe other, "Is Cooper George Cooper. Let ns cos- sidcr ourselves irtrbduced aad take the." car at the next corner." Detroit Fni - 7Va. t wsa $ 'wuwuumuj.xin lai vmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiwuA qjjuiju n xact bit, all that 1 most wanted to know had tlronnod Ornamental """food's of Orozon. 0 PraB l03S I coxjT.n scAiunx.T spent; It was almost about Ruby Estcourt. She was an ' ao), ' ?,mond D7es wtH Color Anythinff Home Items. V ehnJ lv I Gguro," I mil Jimred. Impossible to breatho through my nostrils. any color, and never fall. The easiest and mo VCt .1 orphan, without brothers or sister., and fortnight, and here are.' AH your own t tnt 1 best wav to "And your privateiaeans me economize. 10c at all drug. San Francisco paper notes tho de- - Using Ely's Cream Balm a abort timo A . If jroo remain atcicwht-- job can "Xnn.ov:,. .aigw nrered. frankly. wiiuvuM. vi wuii a regular declaration tf tocan ws oatiroly rolioved. My head has no6 K. 4r. 7?.!l5' m rdon & Co., Burling. Get ho? bluer that ncrtTraU. GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. i- parture from that port of a ship destined been so clear nor voice so strong in years. ;?i snipla Card, 32 colors, and book "Then, mj- - dear sir, excuse such this world s goods; and she lived with have had time to think ah for Europe loaded with redwood and I recommend this admirable remedy to nil o: airectioni tor 2 cent stamp. ui. my .'inThe weafcest woman, smallest child, plainne-- s of speech in a man of my pro- iieruuiib sum uucic, who vrcit; cilliutess swer to such a pint-blan- k Head. and fclckest invalid can use hop bitters with other furnishing timbers of California afflicted with Catarrh or Colds in tho Shoes, Hicsy.vy. KENTUCKY fession; but if you thro it up you will people, and who usually spent the smiui If you hke. Ruhr x s"c3":" i JEn.Jro''d "33 St Patrick's Sake ir you safety and great good. growth. The shipment is in the naturo J. O. TlcuESOR. Dealer in Boots and ' be a perfect fool, sir; a perfect fool, I iiier iu owiizenanu, retiring to me "we can leave it onen Elisabeth, N. J. t Knewthe good 'twould do you. Old men tottering around from Rheuevery winter for the benefit of it occurs to me vou for .. UV. TJ of an experiment, but it is stated that assure vou." :. fiff PASTRY SCHOOL. miu ' matism, kidney trouble or any weakness conditions of cost, transport nnd a cat can't kill time It can nt least wen If Mr. Shackleford's remaining lunr. - es' at oneo- - f.tr ;r j the 'But perhaps, Blenkinsopp. tho will be almost new by using hop bitters. mew till lato hon s. Glasgow Times. " " u jeav Quito simple and unaffected. !.;. Ned, common sense tea" HO .,, e ,.it ...nnsn. market have been carefully studied, and I'm llilnTdn? of the 31y wife ond daughter were raado -- ., won't su-- in to claim it! WTjere.sittliijf We by side," u" lIKlb '"" that thevo is no doubt of the success of . a had Higher Prices for lluttcr. healthy by tho use of hop bitters and I rec"Doesn'tinattcrablt.mv' lear f(V seemed, though shetoo passed most of ncnl.ol.l.. ",IV,l, sayyes in the long the enterprise And it is predicted that We Stinnett Webster's spellinar-boolknowing atmos- I."". All dairymen who use Wells, Richardson low. Etccmora are bound to satisfy nor luetimc in the ommend them to my people. Methodist .And latifrbod o'er Gilpin's ride; ench the matter out- and many will fols Buttor Color, agroa that And traded noiv and then, Clergyman. themselves before pay'n? .v01" ?rer"V phere of Continental hotels among that rig!.lt I thought It bon to stoop across other ships a fact well of themthat Ore- & Co.'s improved valuo "f but'er several it increases tho When not engaged luplay, known low. It is AslcsnrrooddocoTjfhop legacy that vou have assumed and will Cosmopolitan public which is so very and kiss Rub lUSt nnnn u.. nf gon produces a greater variety and cents a pound. It is puro and harmless, And pot our Jackets nicely warmed Blltrn arc not the best family mllclae that it fancies it can soe earnost Ruby took the kiss J low often I'll not say. use the name of Aikin before and in adonvenljnt for instant use, has no asto or Oa earth. dition to your own iaai"Q of Payne, in entirely through such arrant humbug sedately: so then I knew tho eilnilv and much finer woods than California. The odor, nnd gives a c.ear, golden richness to rm thinking of tho roadside ?reen. ilalarlal fever, Ague and Biliousness, mauc Port Orford cedar is of the same gener- the butter. It is the very host buttor color in men and maidenly reserve practically setlel. the manner hereinbrfore recited. as honor Of every tree and nook will leave every neighborhood as soon as al character, but in every particular re obtainable, and is not exjmnsive. In eve- j And how in sultry hours of noon There's no gottine that m an iu women. Still, from that world Ruby "lint there s one thing, hop betters arrive. Btate in tho Union tlio demand lor it is in We ewam In Pantry Brook; spect a beUcr timber than the redwood. creasing. Estcourt had somohow managed to must really isist upon waj'.1' " My mother drove tho paralysis and And ivhen upon the easement cams nne Its coior is ncitcrior panel ami ouier I sighed aloud. '.'Twelve hundred a keep herself quite unspotted; and a very quietly: "and that S Tho ruler's tattoo loud. neuralgia all out of her system with hop I work, and its grain is more distinct that How each of us In piisMnjr in TnE drunkard fs tio llqunr dealer's rj bitters." Ed. Onrcjo Sim. year is certainlv very comfortable," I simpler, prettier, more natural little mustn't be called Mrs. If Took otf his hat and bowed. Keep the kidneys healthy with hop bitsaid. "But itVn confounded bore that fairy you wouldn't find anywhero in tho I marry vou at all, I must ma-r- v vou Wo have a dozen or a score of other fine tanned man. Marat hon Independent. woods, but the beat anil most plentiful ters and you need not fear sickness. I'm thlnklnsr of tho benches rude. one should have a. condition lacked on to English villages of half a" dozen coun-ti- lis plain Mr. Payne without HYPOCHONDRIA. anv "Aifein. of all is the myrtle, which grows along And desks, so broad and steep. Ice water h rendered harmless and GREAT ,atfC4 it winch win mae one a laughingSo that s clearly understood On which we left our autographs, more refreshing and reviving with hop habetween tho streams of the southern coast. stock for life to all the buffoons and idiIt was all fo fresh and delightful to Ihletter wide and deep; ters in each draught. of this wood is The Mysterious Element In the Mind That And or my first now writing book, beauty The He-rmo tho palms, the Mediterranean, the ots of one's acquaintance." was a terrible condition, Tho vigor of youth for the aged and InWithout a stain or spot. Aruuses Vacuo Apprehensions What nearis comparison. It ! I rcasonod Blenkinsopp nodded in modified as- balmy evening air, the gleaming white So soon adorned, on every rings. with RuW j explain- beyond firm in hop bitters I Actually Came It. ly as dark as black walnut, mottled with sent, "Aftervl,nho answered, "I town, and pretty Ruby Estcourt that ed to Rubv.I told Ruby With many an blot. CURES ' At the chanff-- lire nothing wnals lio posimahogany colored streaks. Is hard and Hop btttera 10 JUy all trouhUa lacUcnt Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica wouldn't minftikin'rt on the same I walkod up and down the terrace as tively insisted upon it, thatif I must "3 back susceptible of a perfect Hlit;h, and reI'm thlnklnsr of the "old sloush," Xed, n Thctv.o " l The narrative below bya prominent tnrmc toabijo, Bfcsh, Headache, Toothache, longns they would let me; aud I was to my throe hundred a yearand mv Whoso waters dark and cool. ladles to take The best periodical So often laved our sunburnt fact. touches a subject of universal im- Sore Throat, Stlllnjc. Npniln. BrulKii monthly and from which for will , receive "WellV'sa'iA "ehesnra fara. If it really sorry when g.iod Mrs. Shackle-for- d paltry schoolmastership, and must give tains its toughiH-s- s when sawed into the they u mil. IVo.t lllte. While on tho way to school; must be, it imM, e, juu .... .nn. ..... at last suggested that it was sure- up mv uncle Aikin's money. Ruby thinnest veneering. There is no orna- portance. Few pcopio are free from tbo And JUl Otaor BoenIT yAIK8 and ACHSS. uu iu.i 1. jui. rreatcst benefit U hop bitters." On whoso warm rim the tadpoles lay. by LTofitUla ami lKirr eTerjTtbtre. HRr Cents mental limber, except roewood, equal distressing evils which hypochondria an auveruemJgft into tho nmes ac- ly getting time for uncle's game of In sprlnjr time, many a score. would hear of no refusal. a butiltk Directions In 11 Lanrr'ac". Mothers with sM:ly, fretful, nursin? birds-cy- o maWhile golden llllles richly bloomed. brings. Thoy oome at all times and ar THE CIlAltl.n. A vnr.pi pn rr . cordingly. Tell thl executors that I As thoy turned to go. Ruby said children, will cure the children and benefit "Yon have alvtay3 the alternative of to it. Even the curly and (SnowMOu to A.Tocux summer, near tho shore. co. Bidan.ore.Kd.,U.C A. , In themselves by taking hop bitters dally. accept the condition"." good evening, and then, hesitating for marrving somebody else, vou know, ple, so much admired, is dingy and fod by tho very flame which th y tben ' "" g beside it, and the famous eo1vo8 start. They nre a dread of cominr Thousands die annually from some form I'm thinking- of the forcsta hoar a moment as to my name, said quite Mr. Pavne," she said, with" her most Where flrs and cedars irrew. simply and naturally, " Why, you provoking and bewitching smile, "but redwood is as inferior as ordinary cedar derangement caused by present disorder rftoViTh Vfffe lAnruinBt ami efflelnt of kldnt--by disease that mlaht have been preir. And tired feet sank In bo'mjs damp tramlles While hunting Brum to chew; "I won't stop in town," said I to my- haven't yet told us who you are, have if you roally do want to marry me, you is to mahogany. If this beautiful tim- and bring nbout more suicides than any r jj " LILliAUltJ -- ijl dai.y erowlns mom vented a timely use ot hop bitters. Indigestion, weak, stomach. inecularJ-tie- s And of tho pleasant meadows, where Imp ra. ve, ant of ber were onca introduced in tho East or other ono thing. Their first approach self, "to be chaffed by aU the fellows at you 91 know tho conditions." of On many a scattered treo. tne IIoteiter bitters the bowels, can not exbt when hop would soon should bo carefully guarded. the club and in the master's room at I colored a littl G happily invisible raachBlneralsthe "But, Ruby, you would never care to in Europe, we belicvothat it The aro used. blackbird sanp; in spring, forest Hl3 love sous;, SL Martin's. "I'll run over on tho Con bv moonlight as I answered: 'That live upon a miserable pittance of threo be iu great demand. It grows in Doug Editors Herald: I appear tueofhop monpopui r. lntc-Attaely Ic is seldom Coos, Curry and in print and family rujr or 101 atom tinent until the v3V(confouml them) was an omission on my part, certainly. hundred a yoar. I hate tho name as in the counties of Hitters I'm thlnklntr of tho Ned, y ar ltd boweiii. a year ai a Utile cost. so now did 1 not Lei. eve my ! should not do In rotwat huallh las, easily accessible to tho ocean. have forgotten srt about it. I'm a sensi- When you told me j'on were Miss With sands so whlto and flno. lev r. llv. r mueh as you uo. bat I think I self in jiosie-sioof truths, the revelatioi con r aait. dew ity, To produce real genuine sleopand childOn which our teacher smiling gazed. 1 ought to have mentioned in re- trv to bear it tive man. and if there's anything on rtiand Ofitjoman. proro of inestimable vaii of which will nd rainAs neared the hour to dine; mii&&&$i:r jFv& ' ihcniiiattim aretlwr like repose ail night, take aJhj.Uahopbit- earth I hate it's ceap and easy joking turn that my own name was oralluuut year and perfect u many who may sea theao lines. M, dred a But feel my sands are wasting, Ned, acti JfJ.M thin yiom wi U j X Hindu Foninle Medical Student. uas neon a, trying xrri,nce. For luau and punning on ananeor a personal For often the children say. m ijp ly ajMi if you Theodore No. Ruby was inexorable. ''Take gas a p mi III i.- tn.aicinc mnrblbr ters on retlrinir. .r . stomach That years was conscious i n want of nerro While fondling thorn upon my knee: lv ura lenl peculiarity which lavi itself open obvi- please: 1 give you a card?" me or leave me," she said with provoktone. My mind e mewl klu, g sh t. .11 uiuJu.y re-- nleht. urcventins rest wwl sleep, will Uisap- "Papa, you're growing jrrar." I ie t , ,,., j ,,- - l.nn. Viiiton. l Anandibal, Jounce, a Hindu woman of a crt:n fal.lngon .n my uutu al tonul-tio- Charles K Qtrru, in A". X Independent. ously to stupid bhabcuery. Uf course . "Aching Pain!" Ruby said, with a ing calmness, "but if you take nu gio (ttc a as in- pinai i m m of intellect, iui acuumesv, nctivi'y onl & andicnit ptn nr hen I shall chuck up the schoolmastering smile. "Did I hear you light? Aching up your uncle's ridiculous si!gJT'st"n. the highest Orahminical caste, in a stulMraiyuc, nervous, uvmuoin dm iaun 8T0MAC tT ne jemedv Of lti are maile ixjrfecUy quiet and sprightly by ihu is the same way in now; it's an odioiu trade at anytime Pain, is it? O, what a very funny You can have three days to make your dent in the Women's Metlical College, vior. I I&m r mi" brail HY UXCLFS 1TILE. wmch an innumerable Dnift("i aai Dcalera using hop bitters. nnd I may well take a pleasant uame!" mind up. Till then. let us hear no of Pennsylvania. The mark indicative peinle feel, wan lik'- - rnvsu--l.umbar of ' ottur aranhv-.teolluKn raliy. of her rank in life is on her forehead. I Iwlowpar. but lino thousands of t holiday while I'm about it. Let me see-N- ice "I I drew myself up as stiffly as I was mora about the subject." ..... Sho is said to he tho llrst Krahmin wo Dftlil iiiiattmitin.i tn h ttt. miniwiiti. iers "ify dear Mr. Payne," said ray or Cannes or Florence would be able. "Not Aching Paln.'M su'.d, with arc crew mlh IV man who ever left India. One of the tdfi, attiilmt ng them to overwork, und re deceased uncla's lawyer, with an em- the best thing at this time of year. Es- a doleful misgiving in my heart it was Duriug thoe three days rkept up a principal articles in the Urahminical porting u a glan ol beer or a mlk punch, phatic wag of his forefinger, "1 assure cape the November logs and January cluar everybody would" & Y'TVfcM tbo flnffcr into tho that odd V VV3 nostms, will be abyou there's no help for it. Tho lan- frosts. Let's make it Cannes, then, misinterpretation upon it put the retof brisk fire of telegrams with old Blenk- faith strictly enjoins that no Brahim which would ior tiie time invigorate and GS&PaF. .7 relieve my weariness. for sorbed, cflectunuy insopp in Chnnoiry Lane; nnd at the shall cross the ocean. Sho ia scarcely guage of the will is perfectly simple and and try the first effect of mv new name my days. "'Sot Aching Pain, but A.Ur awhile the stimulants cotnmpneei c k anslnir tho luud SURE end of them I c.yffl mournfully to the live feet in height, and although quite to disagree wi.h my stomach, my we explicit Either vou must do as your upon the corpus vik 0f the'Cannois." of c atari hat virus, Miss Estcourt. in. Aikin, conclusion that I must, either give up plump, is graceful in her motions. In FOR cau!r.srhen!tby increase i, and I was compelled to late undo desired, or you must let the So I packed up mv portmanteau hur- the Aikins of Staffordshire; It allays If a KIDMZY DISEASES, Ruby or give up tlfo twelve hundred a order to keep her caste while here sho resort to tther ni;usu to llnd property go to the representative of his riedly, took the 7:45 to Paris, and that Pavne, the Paynos of Surrey. My origiuUammatton. p'uynicinn Is sulteting he invariably ca.U tie incmbratio deceased wife's family. " same evening found mvsolf comforta- inal surname was Payne, a surname year. If I hai been a horo of romance must live by herself, prepare he own an. tuer iuystcia t p; escribe lur .uim, ai LIVER CO?flPLAINTS, of the nasal "But surely, Blcnlcinsopp," I said, bly ensconced in a wagon W, making ihat I venturo to say I'm a little proud I should have had no dlfllcjiUy at nil in food, wear ho native costume, and he cannot seehiuve.f as ue so.'s others; sa rom additionCONSTIPATION, PILES, I should have rigidly observe certain religious rites. I called a an he advised me to deprecatingly, "we might get the my way as fast as the Lyons line would of; but my uncle, Mr. Aikin. from whom deciding the matter; al coldscotnplctclr iitJe chemical U od, or a of heals tho tores and Court of Chancery to set it aside, as be- carry me. en route for the blue Medi- I inherit property," I thought that was nobly refused the money If she is faithful in these things, when try a pnosphates. I took two or bottlu hot-AND DLOOD DISEASES. hyp restores tasto and t roo t' ing contrary to public policy, or some- terranean. Tho Hotel du Paradis at rather a good "way of putting it, counting it as mere dross compared she returns to India there will be a meetof tho comical fro-- wita no apparent suif n. A rw appll- cations rel.eve. 4 PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY. thing of that sort. I know you can get Cannes is a very pleasant and well man- "wished me to adopt his family name with the loving heart of a beautiful ing of the principal Rrahinin.s who will benefit. My issuude and indwpoMtioa t' .ruja treatment the Court of Chancery to nfiinn almost aged place, where 1 succeeded in link- in addition to my own in fact, mad- - it maiden. But unfortunately I am not a hear her confessions, and then absolve seamed to increase; ray food dis roused smi CT T. rr gg mil w ttvj cure. AV F? "Kidae. Vort 1 th msl successful remedy anything you ask them, especially if it's ing myself perfectly at home. I gave a condition, bini'qmi nm, of my receiv- hero of romance; I amonljan ordinary her from her trauesrresMtma. She is me. I suffered from neuralgic pains la C. XxJlou, KonXtoa, Dr. I era xucd." .Wort V. alTcayi reUabla." vt. umtitrai. ini-- ot my ouji-- , my luut i i 1!.. Bond for rlrru'ar. Price SO c ns ly mail cr at graduate of an English, ".'niyersity. iuiii,) euuBaieu, wu ,.i . T to the concierqe boldly. ing the proporty." something a little abstruse and out of mv full name i.ili Is "Kidney became soru, my bowels were cunstipa.eJ druggists. Kly brothers J)rusylsts,Owego,N.Y. circumsuiucej, It did seem niut, speakimr mven laucriuio-eIt. ir. Clark. Sa. Hero. Vt. Dr. the common; it gratifies tho Court's "Thank Heaven," I thought, "Aikin iluent- - aud mv prospocts for recovery weio not "Payne Aik'in," Ruby said, turning under these "Kldney-Wehas cured siy tt l& alter trro years opinion of its own acumen. Now, Payne will sound to her just as goo J a the names over to herself slowly. "Ah, to me very hard that I nuut throw away ly, amonj them Sanskrit. I sta'.od my caso to Sho wns very ilatUring. MuSirmz" A, c. ai.somfnrrua. aim nui. ua. a vearfor a mere senti auother physician, and be advised me to clearly, it's contrary to public policy label to one's back as Howard or nsked if sh had any diflimlly in acIH THOUSANDS OF CASES JsVJV t yes, I see. Exctis? my miapprph"nsiou, twelve hundred l 2HBilH take Ave to ten drops of Magende's solu- Tiir nror K; V And yet on the other . had filled. ItlaTaUd, mental She won't see the absurdity Mr. Aikin-Pvnthat a man should go and make his own p3 h& It liMecTCdwhrro all clsIA ITS ACTION, but It was very foolish hand, not oidy did I hatothe name my- quiring Hnwliah. "Oh, no," she repliinl, tion ot morphi e, two or throe times a day, inEDMI.HgBga.-WJibuteSeicnt. CEltTAIA nephew ridiculous by his last will and of the combination." She was a fat of me; but really, you know, it do's Sanskrit. Mv for the ! fEB ? 6?S 'it was very easy nfter studicil Kcgiisli stomach, weakness pill evety in nigat in aU ca. and distress haralesa my Blood testament, isn't it?" t9"It Vandoise Swiss by origin, and she took sound so very ludicrous, doesn't it self, but I couldn't bear to impose.it on husband tnught me. I und a blue "1 othor &&8TMBMA minute. tett a elt eleojea the all theana Strengthen sea important orzaaa or Ure to Rubv; and as to telling Ruby that I live ye.re wjtii him, but I did itot speak to relieve tho consuuain. lho morphins Sir. , Blenkinsopp shook his head it without moving a muscle. Hut she now?" tho body. The natural To ihonuinile itllchen Machine In the ! reatored.'cwThe liver ianctloa of Ui Sldneya U I preferred it at all until I went un board ship." produced such a deathly iiaueea that I aliiolnlcly llrt-- ua Scivlnc wouldn't have her, beeau3e elea&aed of all disease, vigorously. "Bless my soul, Mr. answered rao in very toleraMo English, world. Nnit on tr:I. Warrent I yeiir. to smile back I bit my lip tako it, nnd the and the Sotrela jaaTO freely acd healthfully. Payne," ho answered, helping himself, me, who thought my Parisian accont again. Absurdnnd triedman should be the money, that was clearly quite She speaks so well thr.t it is dilUcult to could not my cons.ipation. Lluo pill fuilei Heuil Cor IIIiitnHril Cntwtosrwr nnd t'lrcnlnr SEW-IX- a to rheve Ia thia Tray tho mint diseues cro eradicated a It. Aiffnf Wsintnl. TIIEWILSON Tho more I looked the believe this, iniiKKsible. to a comprehensive pinch from his unimpeachable ! "" ary well, sirr. made miserable that such a flxza the system. a In thU condition 1 paosel neirlv 51VtIII.M:(0.. thlcazuarew York. about trine: and thing in the face, the moro certain it she speaks. and she writes better than woolly unfit for business, vrLiiO the a year, snuff-bo-x odious habit, confined, I your lettares shall be sent to your yet 1 will freely confess that at (an nutT, too uijnD oa ckt, seto bt DarGasis. Indianapolis Journal. that mo- appeared that I must relinquish my to think wn i irksooi nnd painful, ily Cry can bo aont hy mall. believe, at the present day to family apartments." I saw there was the !piie blood becam impovori hil, and I suffered ft'W iwifn .i WELLS, niCUAlinSOS .tCO.BorUnctenTt. X Triple Suicide. solicitors,) "ble my soul, my dear sir, faintest twinkle of a smile about the ment, iu a yoar, Iof my uncle's twelve dream of wealth and go back (with from incapacity with an appalling s..se of fc7 Vji felt utterly wretched. Ruby) to my school maturing and my the thing's simply impossible. Here's corner of her mouth, and I felt that hundred to irnseiy aud eue al appie..ension of ct ruI bowed pretty little Ruby as well as paltry three hundred. 'After all, lots of An almost unexampled occurrence your uncle, the lato Anthony Aikin. even she, a mere foreigner, a Swiss I was able, 1 and was anil took a couple more other felloes marry on Unit sum; and has taken place near Venice u triple ing evil. withjh1 sUep.ess uig..tsthe i.eart, Es.a t a. i 7. In Tra cd. troubled Esquire, deceased, a person of sound concierge, perceived at once the incon- turns by myself hurriedly irregu.ru- action of r d F rr ( rol Cancer, around the to say the truth, I positively shrank my- suicide. Two lovers in France, ana a a constnutiy fwerisa couditiuii and XLo mind and an adult male above the ae gruity of the two surnames. Incongrui- terrace. Tumora. llctn, hcrofulii k PM,rs. mot eicruciati ig tortures in my stomach, use ,SCHririd rT In.' &. ami r, :lcw' ut T e self from going through Rfe under the husband and wife in other countries, of twenty-on-e years to bo quite ac- ty ! that's the worst of it ! Would that r rtlailiaT !. Was it onlj" fancy, or did I rca'ly de- ridiculous gut of an IS UNTA1L1HQ cr. nUurcti have often destroyed themselves, and liv.ng for days en lies water and gni i, isn ft Ata io curate, rctatis sua, seventy-eigthey were incongruous ! But its their tect, as Ruby Estcourt said tho two nnd, indeed, tu diettv luuctions&eemed XSV ISFALLinLK Jilt. T. I rO.VI), Aurora. Jine Co., III. I The upsuotof it.nH"Wa that at the there are eases in which parents, from to be ennrvly desiroye.I. makes his will, and duly attests the fatal and obvious congruity with one names over to herself jiwt ow,that she im crnrco end of the three days, ftook Ruby a lit- an excess of misery, nave put an end to ra rasnH It wa natural t..at while in this condir fix tin same in tho presence of two witnesses; another that makes their juxtaposition fato find and tle walk alone am'Ui the olive gardens both themselves ami their offspring; but tion I suobU btfomo Epileptic Fits, everything quite in order; not a single so ridiculous. Call a man Payne, and seemed one? I the combinatiou a D U really didn't feel sure Spaant, FaWng point open to exception in any war. I venture to say, though I was to the miliar it: but it certainly did sound as behind the shrubbery. "Ruby," I said lhat three persons should make up their foanut suggattiuiis l themolves. I I uo not 7?in merelT to Wp tu.url t it Vhen 1 saY presoatd about fanaud tin n Iiae them rxtirnain Itneinaradi-cJtie- . to her fttltoringlv, "you're the niot minds to leave the world together at tlto Well, he gives and bequeaths to his manner bom, and it's me that says it as Sickness, Convul &JtX an inta:iable desire for sleep, at.ui r V1TS, Ei'IU.l'SY I Iut imv!" tha if she had once known something but imperious little per- .same time is without precedent. Tho bat on retiring would ho iwiwo for a ton.; orFILUNas CKStSSnlll.' lbjo: iJy. f Trirriatmy Eloas, St. Vitus Dance, Alcohouna, nephew, Theodore Payne, gentleman oughtn't to say it, you oonldn't find a the Paynes or the Aikin. Ah. well! tastic tl w.rt ca. . U. oso otbers ht son I over met with, and I want to victims were three sisters of good fam- tluie tonueiiitMl with troiu letl reUectiens, reri.ir to ruretn f iirn-j- now elvn.gacur. IHilat Opium Eating, Scrofula, that's you after a few unimportant neaterormore respectable surname in there are lots of Paynes and Aikins in IinOi"i and ell ones aud when nt laJt I di1 fall into an uneasy l.tLelfur a trt.w ail a I'rto ! t of my InfilllWe in ike just one more appeal to .you. ily, ono Buffering from approaching legacies, the bulk of his real aud per- all England: call him plain Aikin, Il CvJisJJU nl lct the world, no doubt; but ahwd there it Won't you reconsider ybor decision and blindness aud another from epilepsy, slumber of snort auration, it was disturbed reinlr. Gie fv Nervous and Blood Diseases. sonal estate provided only that yon and though is only one of thorn doomed t go through porhaps that by horrid dreamt. In this condition I deVidiTWH DJt it G. LOOT, l.t P ur: St.. KewTort take me in s'ite of the surname?'' but the third, "a ydung lady of extreme termined to take a trip to Eaiop.', but m adopt the surname of Aikin. nrefixed le f7To Clergymen, Latrrcrs, Literary Hen, aristocratic, redeemed life with the absurd label of an it's e Merchants, Bankers, Ladies and aU rvhosa up a litiie wetl with grace and beuty'M who had announced spite of all the attentions of phvaicioasand R''by gmb-ebefore and in addition to vourown snr- - fby all the associations ni nro of child- . rs ar;7liirSA eedcntarv employment causes Nervous Prt3 fasten! upon his unwilling the point of her imrocrtl. and loobtti nor intention of not surviving her sis- chungo of scene aiu 1ciunnto, I did mt un- ilVenr nuuw wnn ma earnest literature tration, Irrecnlaritics of the blood, stomach, mPIMMlk( -- and thistimlnnt. we imbibed ,"thrpugh the innocuous shoulder. CKitS WHlfic AIL USE FAILS. r trove aud so retui ne home with no eiUi. a "be" rin-- s ters. Their lam net was to place a fy away from me steadfastly rnortant if vou don't rthnnsn bowels or Kidncvs, or who require a ncrva iCoikii s.j r- , Tbmi inxvL boie of ever again bviu aUo to t y r.rccc't . J we red with her immovable and annoyaeiut.i. wreath of tlowcrs upon their mother's the bouse. tonic, appctizerofstimn'ant. Samaritan Xerv and use the said surname of Aikin, in pages of "Evenings at Home:" but join in. ins is lavaiuaDic. ing cal'iiMMg: "No, Mr. ftiyue. Ireally tomb. This is "a riddle uf the painful Among tho numerous f tends that called "Good morning, Mr. Mr Z3tZSXK.lzK the manner hereinbefore recited, then the two together, in the order of alphaS3 UK on me was one wno had been afilioted CjTThousands THEXGREA?) said Ruby Estcourt, s'umbling can't reconsider the matter in any way. earth" iudeed. Chicago Herald. and in that case, my dear sir why, betical preedea,and you get an proclaim it the most somewhat similarly to myself, but who k was oti who took thrdays to make timidly over the name, as we met in the which isfa thing to mak; a ,,AnaSes!s,,S.yr5S wonderful Jnvigor-athen and in that cae, as clear as curbeen los.orwd to perlec--t "0, you dear, good mother!" hnd earnot recom:ne.i. lotionhealth. Upon man, compelled to bear it for a at break. a it next day, your niind ap. Have yffi made it up rant jelly, the whole said residue of his ai infallible cure 1m l'llc. I b'gau tho that ever sustainliii Pre- Ul fr.ira d'l.K'K' ". ur chirped Isirdie McHcnnepin, ed a sinking svstcra. do you same treatment he had tuployed but v.th real aud personal estate is to go to the lifetime, turn permanentlv red like a "I hope you don't feel any tao worse et or not. prny?" ntpr.palJrirtn.il s.lD1).t $ 1.50 per bottfe. "I have made it up, RHhy." Ai a.iki:sis," reallv mean to say that I can inarrv little hopa of biag ben tloo i. At first I U iBasLa heir or of the late" Amelia boiled lobster. "My uncle must have for tho chill v air list evenlnz." iiatcrs. 1101 1.6. ior TheDR.S.A.RICHMOND ?" she said, in- Giu'De SmiOi?" lat.e, if any, reii f, except "And you me:ui I bowed "1 do," replied experienced not sligntly. "You seem on purpose.'in order to indict a Maria Susannah Aikin. wife of tho said dono it rGQKQUERQEt) my stomach tTLUTVnifcKK to tea terrogatively, with a faint little tremor Mrs. McIIeunepin. in "You have my full that it uid ordist'essfood had done. ui AGEHTS VVAH7ED Uv Anthony Aikin, Esquire, deceased. deadly blow on what no would doubt- to have same difficult Family Knit- othor remedies I ove.i St Joseph. Uo. my full name. Miss Est- in bar voice which I had never ' efore consent," Nothing could bo simpler or plainer in less have called my confounded "iiut, mamma, you said couttnueJ its use, however, and after tho tins aincnlno er.-- ithttcil ii kiiii a Inpair oi t (13) h Holder all Draffststs. court," I said, suggestively. "Suppose notiewl, and which thrilled thronj i mc only yesterday that yon conldVt bear third bottle dull see n marked cbangs M0ctn,-- wl It IIKr.I and TOE comiiletuof any way, and there's really nothing on w'U a.o kn't a jrrtat Ta.1- ty mtnnt . ,il lord, sioirraajas 4 zxHb w fur r U Mtumt' wl i.iajtevi. now Rfcer the fit oeiuh first discover for the him,"" pursued the daughter. However, I changed my tourist suit you call me simply Mr. Payne. I ve with the e Atacy of a earth for you to do except to choose be''Well, bottle I better, ami to stat-ni tin , am happy that 1 am again for clrcalar Co., J:t to ih- - Tonibly Knlttlne "And I mean," I answered," "to I hav8got something like an Uoitoc. ilii lremont n tween the two alternatives so clearly set for a black cntavay and "made my way been accustomed to it u a til quite lately, my professional du'ie. I Uachinu able to at end to Ruby, if yon will condedown to the before you by vour deceased uncle." grudge against him, and for that sleep well, nothing dhitrosMS me that I The din- and to tell you the truth. I don't alto- marry 3'ou, me, and lot my (J tide very reason I nave concluded to become eat, I go lrom da to uay without a feeling scend to lake "Butlook'hore, you know, Blenkin- - ner was good in itself and was enliv- gether relisn tho new addition." , Aikin's money go to Halifax. Can you his niother-inlaw.- " of weariness or pain, iudeed I am a io!l sopp," I said, appealing!-Chicago Tribune. "I should think not. indeed," Ruby EtJ "no fellow ened for me by the, presence of an ex&r man, an 1 wholly tirough the influence of lncre-- 3& ch je, L3Z3 U U ts J! n tc er can really be expected to go tremely pretty girl of, say nineteen, answered, frankly. "I never heard manage. Ruby, to be happy, as a poor tim .drriUlt. Ixing .ex Icon, Lirvr lfi i no ' I l" II. II. Warner & Co.' i ippcanoe. wife in a very tiny cot7 8 r'birvet,VaGhlngton,D.C. Tho story comas from Paris that a sider this remedy as taking tue highest who sat jut opposite, and whose such a ridiculous combination in all my and call himself llchttt lyfrprii J. V T. FITZGEK'Ln. ttrrocy at Lav. 006 f lady who visited four churches in one possible rank in iLo treatnunt of ail disnow can he? It's positively too reuicu-lou- natural protector I soon munaged-tlife before. I'm sure your uncle must tage?" To my joy and surprise Ruby sud- day inteecd her umbrella on reUirninc: eases marked bv debi itv. loss of arnatltc. .1 r Mightn't I stick the" Pnvne be- draw casually into a general conver- have been a perfect old bear to impose i "THE DEST IS THE CHEAPEST." Jiv J lIkk tliuil i t t iaArf l nl ull and nil o:her symptoms of stomtca and denly i ed loth my hands in hers, linmn ilarswr? fore the Aikin, and call myself Pavne-Aiki- sation. 1 say her natural protector, be- it upjn you." TKHRKEHS. 55Hf?& " ' " l me twice of hor own accord, and fo.rd.nitd.M. andfounif her umbrella ecmc ta. ch? .6HB'ft.. "It was certainly rather cruel of Tiiat wouldn't be cause though I took him at tho time for , InMJircKttS, could stop In tli.b uuv nnfh .. r. lO f I.. ..M U'han flan ,it.tVi.llm tiil mips .il. (111V, I11IUI IS CCUUIl . lM fu'LLS. quite so absurdly suggestive IHU of her father, I discovered afterward that him," I replied, a? rarelessly as I could, began to cry as if nothing in hiu IMC, uut. "in umuitim JltfantaGa, ll i write for Free ram Mile really truly so acknowledged bv tao public universally. iFirkllifrtio ao tooth-aehft perpetual ilantfli'M, Ohio apJPrtceatoIhcAaltman&TajlorCo.. But Aikin-Payn- lie was really her uncle. Experience "or at least rather thoughtless. I dare her. "Then you do through and tears, wns handed to her she thankfully said Thousands of UTtY TETTES. her a. o gol.it-t- o pcopio me," she'siid, to the sexton: "The people at this Why, the comic papers would has taught me that when you sit oppo- say, though, the absurdity of the two loe gravs with 'heso serious For ycar I wai aSBIcrsd witbDry Tetterof tts take it up immediately. Everv footman site a pretty girf at an hotel, you ought names put together never struck him. holding fait to my hands.all the time: church arc niuoh more honest than those premature I bav ahovo describe!, anddis THTMOONTAIN CURE ! Obstinate type Won treated oyininrotthnheit not easot, that to then you're really willing to make at the others." took qoantlilm of mrrcarr. potash and arsenic, in London would gfin audibly when not to open firo by directing your ob- What are you going to do with yourall such I would say: 'Do no; let yr.nr which, laitcad ot crtppll rarup rood judgment ba governed by your preju- Win heal Cnlarrhar.d Cold. Eeml or.e iiolto for with mlncrnl poloncut tor ifie Tetter. The Tetter Mr. Shackloford? Every- tais great sacrifice or me!" Jie announced me. I fanoy I hear tho servations to hgrself in person; vou selves turn rhrara.MUm. a orhy R to rtow wor". Jnd the Itching almot raiule ma "Ruby," I said, "my darling, don't A feline that had become fastened dices, but givo the abovo name l remedy BAIUIT & CO.. &ox. 83, Iisz VAiLET. ewlIexl-o- . fellows this very moment: "flingingopen should begm diplomatically by gaining body at Cannes has nothing to do bit rrazr. In thf condltlun I wu Induretl to late Swlft'a a lair and patient trial, and I beli-v- o you excite yourself so. Afld. indeed, it in a box nt Norfolk, Conn., fasted the mult vat as astonishing m !t waa the door with a violent attempt at the confidence of her male relations to amuse themselves, I suppose." KO PATSTT, HO PAY! frratlfjliizandIn a few months thp Tetter was entirely will ni6 only be rewaided by a perfect before she was thought of and restoration to health, but vou will nl-- to PATENTS Mr. Shackloford answered that they isn't a very great sacrifice either, for seriousness, and shouting out, 'Mr. through the wisdom or the orS.&A. V LACEV.l'a.ent well, the Mercurial rotcninr nU ont of my system and ton)' ts. Waii nston. I C 1 wa a wi nun aud due only to Swift's SpcclCc. Haching-Pain- , ha, ha. liar with a loud thodoxy of your political and social were going to drive over iu the morning I hate the name o much 1 hardly know rescued by her owner. Tho cat is doing convinced that the medlcnl pro'essian Foil instruction aod ot Patents acnt free. All lite icZcrtrs siionM taV" It. does not all tho knowle Ige tboro U JAMES nCXXI'0,InUTlllf. Ky. Mr. ShacKleford that, I to Vallaurfs, and that if I cared to share a whether I could ever haTC endured to well. Hartford Fot. opinions. guffaw behind the lintel. It would be ombraoed iu medical science." OnrtraMseoa Blood and Skin PMejiws milted free found afterwards, was the uncle's name carriage with them, he would be happy bear it." iimply unendurable!" appUcants. CO.. THE SWIFT A. U. lilCHAUDS, M. D., Mr. I. CAnPEXTn, 463 Fourth avenue, - ."Ton FL h IdIV i 0 I'tileiiiAseucT.lst to shaut boar it," Ruby cried, Draxrrs, Atlanta. Qa. happened to be a fiery Ton-- , wh'lo I to let mo accompany his party. Noth"My dear sir," answered the 4S3 Tremont street, Bos.ou, liass. l'inii .Mrrrk Cincinnati, Oulo. her Kew York, cf.er running a gauntlet ot eagurly, a hin Blenkinsopp (most unsympa- have the personal misfortune to be an ing could have suited my book better. Jt i IPr mnnn lis" TTnlnut l.CJif ilnlr Hetoror AMIKIFF E.JIDII TlH rerooTM .landmtr, to.'! VlUUll, hCALlil AKU LlfC thetic profesion, an attorney's realty), equally rabid Radical; but on this occa- 'I was alone, I wanted society and hands above me. "iou slmnt bear it eight y.ars' iheumatism, used St. Jacobs . ... h. . ,.. : - your Uncle is, Ktr'W. Oil, tho great pain reliever, by which ho Is entirely ditlTcnt from ail otuars. It '". Is found In tho Great Modem Discovery, Vthelaw doesn't take into "considera- sion I succassfully., dissembled, acquies- amusement, and I had never seen a and yet- vou s'jall have,out. rzor4 raid lor tl Manfaeta ed it- - name indicates, clear as u tion th.e rjuestion of the probable con- cing with vague generality in his de- prettier girl than Ruby Estc3urL Hero Aikin's money all tho same for ah was ontlroly cured and Lai had no return as a perfect ater.and.as Hair Heitorer. It J. B. BAlKl. l'raji-l- . or.Stt.S Market. liunu,hT Vegetable is of his complain. was the very thing I needed, roidy cut that." duct of footmen. It mnst be MOXTII. Asents VTanted. 90 best will immediately free the head from dane nunciation of my, dearest private conI mssli JAf "Why, what on earth do you mean, druff, restore gray hair to it natural color, S2a0i irir.l .anth worW Dcraorr. iilicu. or nothing. I admit the collocu-- , victions: and by the end of dinner we out to my hand by propitious fortune. JAY UU05S0K. " V?e nre tho men who nevor go it blind." and product a new growth where it has in amazement. I asked, does bound a little ridiculous, to be had struck up quite an acquaintance I found out as time went on that Ruby.-"- ' tipn sine the j llv tr3, "for wo always go to fallen oft. It does not in any manner afOond Pav for Azent.,S100 ta S200 per Mr. Shackelford, being a per- "Surely, mv durl.ng. ypu can't under- soa.--- Y. iTjutt. "sure; but your uncle's will is perfectly with one another. r Ttnob C lllblra. (With Phosphoms,) fect tho health, which Sulphur, Sugar of mo. w.Tlo C.elltnr of the will JttcCurtly VCo.,.Clac:lunnll, o. Write to J. "Ruby," said the aunt to the pretty son of limited incom?, and ba I stand how strict the terms unequivocal upon the subicet iu fact, Lead and Nitrate ot Silver preparation! ro'sci!nzmtrrelouscnra:lre vlnaes In all fonn'o! AVetlth. He:ilth I I rons D.b'1'tT, ISra'n. Heart and Jferrous actually are. I'm afraid you have been ahem! 1 drew !tupmy5'f, to say tho girl, as soon as dinner was over, "shall walker, had only one desire in life, have done. It will chango light or faded A jiiii.M'II uiid tiu.i.imkt tor u.reclive rye Exhaustion, tc. Dyspepsia, weak Losz. more than richos, loacRM'-no1jo;. inew.uoaniy. which was to get somebody else to pay deluding yourself into a belief in some it It is worth not Iw cijoyed. for without hair iu a few davs to s beautiful glo.sv 6 truth; and unless you call yourself we take a stroll out in tho gardens?" How many brown. Ask your riches can H. W. ZltGLEIt Co. . VsiladclpbJa. Kl.oo per bottle:theNot . .t.OO. of Iletstth.'s Ea-for it. &nd'ampfr Aikin-Payn'Mearii5-Itubv! what a charming nameronlly. half his carriage fares for him by ar impossible c mi promise. But you must pcopio are without bea.ti who might re- bottle U 'in tho manner hereinbeand read of wonder u: enrcs cEtct'd ur 0ca, B.ef aad Jons D. Pahs & Bml for Is acts S0S8. "Wholesale Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio, FAIR Wholesale and Oretail. W'gs made to order. IroaorailtjoarPrcs; tforlu AdJn.is e went to a great many make your mind up to one thing at gain it by uslu;; KiUnjy-1Vorfore recited. then and in that case, ob- I wonder, now, w'hat is her surname? rangement. C. U Gooiient upon the Liver, Uowels and Kidney?, and C. U. Ckittent.iv. N. Y. K. DOIiMlAil. 71 State Buect, Calcaco. i'lt. C. W. SCOTT,Mo. serve (there's no deception), then and And what a beautiful, graceful figure, places together, and he always divided once, that unless I call IXauaaa City. have to live the rest of cleansing and stimulntlnj them to healtny al3'ou'll in that case the heir or heir-at-l- aw imof as she rises from the tab e and throws the expenses equally between us, J! I rrtunt ruiO. rtl H rttl. nction. It cures all disorders ot t'noso JIhs. GcEitAt, Skhman- - sayi: "I have JfonilT"i ? the late Amelia Maria Susannah afore- her little pale blue Indian silk scarf though I ou;ht onlj" to have paid a yoiir life a9 a poox schoolmaster's wife. portant organs, purilles tho blood nnd proVallor.Srs'em nf will liSsharp enough in motes tho general health. Sold by all drug- -' frequantlypurcha!ed Durang's Remedy for Jiilirew cutting xrHiurM,ottauti,c. said will be entitled to benefit under the around her pretty shoulders! Clearly, quarter, as his party consisted of three The net-of-kifrieuds suffering wi h rhsnma'ism an! iu t a gists. See tidvt. CSIMFS andTT'IISTCV pa'n. M will as fully in every respect as if the Hub' is a person whoso acquaintance I people, while I was one solitary bach- coming d wn upon the money."' 1 hre a a .ore. divine or lj for its everv instanco it worked llko maslc." It JV".r)lti u hot- wttl.o it HAIirTS enrrd ti of UnM uthotu.uuls ot a-- ot ten vrort k nd 1 mrfilv Ruby louked at me and laughed and elor. anomaly he got This apparent cures when every thing ele fa Is. AVrita, ui art Mnt Tree li il. Acoixst.21.o. Au&nta,Ua. tAnilirhAvnbAnn3r(iL Imlewl. property was bequeathed directly to ought to cultivate. Divorce is a sort of In enleiMx that I trill end TWO nOTTLES KIUJE, for free pamnidet to It. i Heiphonsuae, him, her or them, by name, and to no "Uncle won't come, of course," said over on the ingenious ground that if I claaned her , hands again. "15ut what bridge he ween matriinonv und freedom. a. TrLrGitarnr line and E on "Washington, D. C. Mr. Payne," phafi.T,l Luuiaville COurttrTonrnal. Young TALENTIXEBROS.. toanaltnatiun. in withBR.VALUABLE TllEl"!TarlSt..this dlwxue. to a peasant smile (what had taiten a carriage by myself it would would VOU4.-IVotherjereon." Eubc.vith evening Ci.xuUrs tresT T A. BLOCUM. 1M NowTorfc. anesTUcWls. me just twice as'miich. How- with a smile that dried up all her tears, air would be have cost "And who tho dickens are these teeth!) "The I have tnkon Swift'3 SreciHc A scientist fays that tha thonnomcter Rheumatism, nnd found perfect(S..S.) lor would you if you heard that If, nevr be rtdiof. IS Lndlea aboold lis. II. D. wl'liontBox the bt xrU R.tflo Sist frimS KpUepny orFltslnJlhotrrs. Vrce lo psor. Blenkinsopp?" I ventured too much for him. You know," she ever, as I was already decidedly anxious "what n iiistrjiments con1..S3, ITor . It. Jl I. WU1J2 DcKjsusk,2S Arsenal St..8ULoIs.M(i TxTi E. do you think? and other changes during ion;; heating. is tho best tonic and Blood Remedy knotrn was added, looking across to me, "almost for pretty little Ruby Estcourt's socie- tho to ask, after a moment's pause, durin"" siderable to science. D. I. Hill, why me, sir, me. Ruby Estcourt?" Wa have noticed this especially in therwhich the lawyer had reireshed himself everybody at Cannes is in tho invalid ty, this question of financial detail did fact that most of the It U a Attorney at Law, Atlauta, Ga. could hardly bcliovcmv cars. ''You, mometers. That is vchat they ore built for. Horse and Cattle Powder sold In this conn. Besides, with another prodigious sniff from his line and musn't stir out after sunset. not weigh heavily upon me. try is worthless; that 6heridans Condithat didn't undergo n changa snuff-box- . CoxsCairnvES given up by doctors bar n Aunt and I are unfashionable enough a man who has just come into twelve j Ruby." I cried, in my astonishment A thennomotor heating would l regarded tion I'owder Is absolutely pure and Terr during a long ueen curea oy riso's CTire. rj cents. io "Who tie d'ekens arc tlipy, Mr. to bo quite sironc and to go in for a hundred a j'ear can aford to be gener "ion: now it?'1vou know? Are you as a fraud. Alorrw'oion Herald. valuable. Nothing on Karth will ous in the matter of hackney carriages. really sure of Sheridan' make hens lay like Dose, Payne? I should say Mr. A'kin-Pavnstroll by moonlight." Cocoug axd IIoarsesesij. Tho irrital' one teaspormtul to each pint of food. It Mill also jire.vent and cure Condition I'owder. Ruby put a lawyer's letter into my " "Wht i n floating theator to be built in tion which induces coug'iinc immediatelr We had a delightful drive along the ahem why how the dickens should I out of the mall "I happen to be equally ETDA Iw Cholera, &c. tTtJIAPW?Kl WrtUiuCtK, 53 cents In sums.Bow ererywhere, or sent bycam. Tor hand, Jtgned by a famous firm in the this ciiyV" asks on excited contemporary. relieved by uto of ''Broicn's Bronchial" for AUo furnished la larce know, sir? You don't suppose I keen Cannes fashid"3," I said, directing my shore of that beautiful blue gulf to rihsS.EiEVI city. "Read tnat," she said, simply. I Be calm, man. Eomcmber our largo floatJrochee." bold only in boxos. 23 cts. Circulars tent fllPr.. I. S. J011NS0K ts. CO., Boston, Mass. breeders cse, price J 1X0; by call, a genealogical table and full ped- observation WjWi great strategic skill, and another delightful drive ing population. 'Life. S10.000 WOULD not nnrptinen frnm mA trlint igree of all tho second cousins of all my rather to the Mnt than to Mis3 Ruby in back azain over tho hills to the Para- read it through and saw in a' moment that what Ruby said was the plain truth Switt's Specific (S. S. S.) ha effected in mf "Freodie, did you go to school clients hung up conspicuously in some person: "and if vou will allow me I dis. True, old Mr. Shackloford proved .. "Yes'm." "Didyou lcnrn anything new?" case. It ban euro l me of Malarial -- ospare comer of my brain, do you, eh? should be mtv clad to accompan' rather a bore through his anxiety to in- of it. o3 Ye3'm." "What was it, my boyf" "I gbi AtiCuiE Thojias, Sprinzfleld. Tenn. "So you want to do your future husLpon my soul I" really haven't tho yon." struct me in tho history and technical This porous ptuter Is way of getting out lor an hour band out of the twelve hundred ayear!" on to a surered ink up roy noso. laaons ror Its quick slightest notion. All I know about "Wells' So we turned out on tho terrace of nature of keramic ware in general, bv snuflln' "Hartford Complete,"Rough on Corns." 15c Ask for It. and bcarty acUoa In (Sunday Journal. permanent cure. Corns, bunions. them is that the late Mrs. Amelia Maria tho Paradis and walked among the date-pal- and of the Vallauris pottery in particu- I said, smiling and kissing her.' cnrlne Lamo Bac, "No." Ruby answered, as she pressed Susannah Aikin. deceased, had one r, Rhenwutlrm. Sciatica. lar, when I wanted rather to be admirand prickly pears that fill the Crick lathe Back, Sids or Blr, SeursJjU, BUS Jotn'j ' A Michioan man who lost both legs in a A loasengtr of llealtti. . who married somebody or other pretty tropical garden. It was a lovcty ing the glimpse? of Bordighcra and the my hand gently. "It shall be- - settled and Jfcselea, Sore Che, atldncy Trcmhlra asdaUrialza now sits round and tells about on 3ou, since I know you were ready to Bent freo to from nervon, ItSooUHa, Strength-en- s eomewhere, against Mr. Anthonv r.tnftnlinl.i omnincr in Oetober: and Oe- - i Cap St. Martin, and tho snow-cla- d or ache either local or tcrribleLattles of the Into war. That's chronic anU bloodsufferers brain and heart diseases, and Stlinulatci tho jri. Til Tlrtuea of hops Aikm's wishes, and that he never had ' tober fc?Kill ,imn";t..isiimnii!r month un summit? of the Maritime Alps with give it up for my sake 'And there the sawed-oimad ho is. Boston Fast. tho Snperlorto affections, nervous debility, exhaustion,' s shall b"? no more" hence... i ffltivtliincr fnrftin,- - n cav in l.n .. l?ilir- Vclrrmrf1... l. r? .t r liniments, lotions and aalre. rrka X ccets or S for etc. who have failed to find reHsf. It tells' Simply becaiisa his cat brought home of wonderful cures t ffectel by Dr. Scott'j" time. 'But where she's gone and how ' of the palms stood out in clear-coat-- 1 One afternoon, toward the close of forth and forever." There wa never a prettier or more two or threo flsh which sho stole from tho ueei and iron, with rnosniiorus. she fares, nobudy knows and nobody line against thp pale moonlit sky; the my second week at Cannes. Ruby and I Biggs ccipt of, jrlce. Hop, Ruby neighboring market, by the boasts that ho Bold by druggists; $1. Dr. Scott, Kansas cares,' sir, as the poet jnstly remarks." j whiteliouses of Cannes gleamed with : were sitting together on the retiredseat blushing brid- than dear kit. Boston City, Mo. Ask your druggist for pamphlet. pets hl3 mackerel TZatitr Company, Tiv-Tlio good and staunch old that day six weeks. Tiehjruvia Annual. TranscripU I was not previously acquainted with j that peculiarity soft greenish Mediter-- 1 in the grounds beside the pond with the prietar.Botog,Kaja. stand-br- , . the poet's striking observation on this ranean tint in the middle distance; and i gold-fisMEXICAN JTUS-TAXtInging, irritation, all Kidnov and Bld -- HIt was a delicious sunny af-- - Mrs Bridget Dinilby, of Brooklyn, S ?$ is a 'When tho Angels Call Me llNIMENT, has clone uiuu i. oiuij iu .is. iur. inesea rei eetnd inn tremuioussnimmer ternoon. wun me lastumeuui souiuera weut out a few minutes on Saturday. ballad recently published by a Homo,"man. 4er Complaints,cured by """"""" in what author's work j in the background, betwt fno incr.Tort ciimtnor in thi uir. and itsibv vrn? lonLr- -I young Stossach aaj CT Tie beat fasaJry yUl , . . Blenkinsopp more to assuaqe pain, relievo . .i ... j LlTtr nila. SSc nrnst la artlosand ay to take. i....: UCL wuuusv uaug.ter jn uiu Those who have heard i' say ho can't bo Russia Salve ts tho universal remedy for w.. iu.n.uj. A the-stirring line3 had originally ap- - j sierra of the craggy sterui ami uiu ui evcu prcuict uiau ihu;u, iu hui o:o house. snileriiiff. and save tho lives of . cttnT,rrf nrT,t Kiw,.ri'ii,1 isui,li called any too soon. Marathon burns, scalds, cuts, bruises aud llesh troanas- iiiiuuu ucu occ"Piea witn I long low outline of the lie mo. Mar- - cane pattern nnnt uress ana ner mtio afterward, and. approaching V 3 w men and beasts than all other child, F. the rats, mice, Files, roaches, ant3, other Il thoughts at that moment to pur- -' guerite. Altogether, it was an ideal! straw hat with the scarlet poppies, j placed a bundle in its arms- - "I've hninients put together. Why? servants are now complain-o- f crows, cleared out by "Rough on Rats."13c buc my invcsti;ptions into their author- - poet's evening, the very evening to j (Ruby always dressed -- I may say promised a good ruanv Mat hotel About The South-We- st, times " "said tho Because the Mustang penethe ship and aiithenUcity. "Upon my stroll fur the first time with a beauti-- ; dresses -i- n the very simplest yet most stranger, "to brim- - you a babv sister. them. wretched quality of food given to TJsa VTo don't blamo thom ono bit if PtntE blood means perfect health. listisas, Colorado. UtaSi. ITew Mexico. Artiopa. CaH trates through skin and flesh word, iilenkinsonp, I said, 'I've really j ful girl through the charmed alleys of , charming fashion.) There was some- - and y I've kept mv nromiso Here they have to live on the same s'ult that is Samaritan Nervine and the resultis certain, farals aud Old Mfxkoertbeb?t.nrM for Farmers. to the very bone, driving out ,..,. iu!.t ,'r i t.ii i.nn served to the guests. Lowell Citizen. half a miad to shy the thiB-r- un and n ' a Proven! miiiiiuh Stoct' Kalvrs. CarCtallsu. Merctasta. ;tl the timo and nlace that moved . ,tiii: i n !, no thincr t. i. e. health. ,. . 'n.o is " iii inir MliersaidMroiianteietalltndea. M pa, papers ad i oaTTsrilh Tiif ao1innlnsfin-inci- r ' Ruby Estcourt she cave me her mn to make a confession J had for some child found tha.tuiu.iii paiBBSleU.BlvlnKdeta'1' dtr.formatlon oiallea free sj all pain and soreness and the bundle contained I sanltraUon to d. K. MCXMIHT, CBiBlstoncTof Skinny Men. " Wells' Health Renewer" A traveled, inquiring at a feudal castle Ir. Blenkinsopp shrugged his shoul- nAuie before lonir va3 lu'te as pleas- timo been meditating; so I looked healthy female baby ten davs old. a morbid secretions, and restorIwmterwten. . A. J. - F X. K.. Toneu. xssai. 5. whether be could see the antiqui ies of the restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia. .- ders. "Believe me, my dear voting ant to talk to as she was beautiful and straight in her face, and not being Brooklyn Eagle. p'acj, received the simple answer from a ing the afiiicted part to sound BTXT3 VClTtB WLXXJ4 friend," lie said, scntentiously, "twelve graceful to behold. Fortunatelv, her eiven to long speeches, I said to her Oranby.O ,My: Marshall, of servant: "lam sorry, sir; my lady and and supple health. VJJfjX! MafWfkIU4iltVtl hundred, a yer is not to be s'neezed at. aunt was not one of the race of talka- - just this: "ltuby, you are the sweetest Samaritan Terrlne cured ma of cpilepsjf- 4v P9i asJw. The cellars under Philadelnhia's her daughters have goao to town." CM' wn niirPik JET sWeM LJVasaB. avasX Without inquiring too precisely into the tivc old ladioa nnd hc left the mass of pirl I ever saw'in mv life. new i ity uau are xue largeit in Amer-- ; caao Inter Ocean. Will you gww. r Don't Die In the House. "Rousrb on JtatV ki.L.&IIUta,ateatarsiaia,llb ica, their area bom? four lri!j exact state ot vour exuttnsr finances. tlli pnnrm.,: lt tn Riilii. o,rt nnrrr mo?'' Be clears out rats,mlce,uies, roaches. 1ES4 contains no Zadsiel's almanac or I should be inclined to say your present xay.self. la.the course of half an hour" Ruby only looked at me with a- - face ' acres. The first cellar is .thirteen feet om.nous events for the United States. Zad-kisex A. . V can t bs worth to you or so spent in pacin up and down that full of merriment and burst out laugh- -' deep, and the cellar under that is of engageme&t Unle'a Uone-- of Tforehonnd and Tar evidently thinks that American leap J lovely teira-e- , ore than wrea hundred a year." year privileges will bring trouble enough Fortifies feoblo lungs against winter blasts. pleava anj- yea sssnr tta SMlresSlsassfl I bail picked ont, bit by ' ins. "Whv. Mr. ravne." she said f?ha like depth. PhUafolnhin atm The Hickman Courier. I nodded acnuiesccnc The "" W . va -- a " J I ui-vei- ra '- next-of-k- in i school-hous- ...," 11 r- n ! i, -- juck-knive- sharp-.-ighte- d - r V'lald. e. Aikin-Pavn- e. f"lTHE e in-do- ed oil-han- d aso: jslxjrs; of rrn-n.- scl-enti- st 1 crib-bng- e. EO- -1 - cheap-lookin- ' HU".,Q.t.K f y honi-ho'. 1 d -- I "quonk-a-roe.- " hour-glas- s, Tiit-cou- rt, n fortas-safeeof- 't Aikin-Payn- e, Aikin-Payn- e, X Mm& IRMlfe aaM. W0 ri .1 II n wtilk.-pHwh- olr - c r- - indl-cstl- on a'-.- :r fc .. , a- - n - - i- ..-- prt-sum- a i a-- ? J Catarrh m Wi-mtf&mJ- Aikin-Payn- e, A-i- -k art-nr- ss THE '. pro-too- ts pnss-ayo- sf phy-irii- 1 off-han- d, i Chol-monJel- y. faii--y- e. ': s - s IMii QfiiS'O ' Th-o-l- rt i -- i SilEia ' y - SlmSaJkmSM INSTXTtTTB. " r-kih-hon. Ei-.ic- rc I.7T ; Aikin-Payn- e. ht hypoc-ondri- oal r re se!f-wuh- d, !o'..-1i iig.' tf at -- Aikin-Payu- -- i e Aikin-Payne- ," It j JU y- Aikin-Payn- e, sen-s;ti- ve mUe-ti-mattq- heirs-at-la- w .. - I (SH) lrf-- r solf-conee- it! r itn-n-t- ) - lancy-wor- i : j eighty-one-to- fcj-itt- mlk-a-mang- i Aikin-Pavn- school-master- e, 's m-rc -- !'., 1 s. s-- n, kis-e"- J e. e! """ I SrSSSgS' to-da- saw efts -- rfi ' y phr-si'-U- m to-da- y, elp-1- con-ttna- Siv-clfi- o 11 Uarul-lluo- k mi aw unsj-m-pathct- ie . - fci. W..M .mm-.i.- w "- - i. T Aikin-Payn- Coca, Bee f and iron " r o diU'.-gU- C h e. t. warf-ante- f - s. r Ad-d- r price-Hs- t. Aikin-Payn- e, , i n OOSOPTiQN p-y - - -- r- - o ai-- can'r-I'lcave-h- er nopt-nncr- ls Een n " heirs-at-la- next-of-ki- may-underg- i e. Val-Jauri- s, ntini $1-2- j" rn. t' so ms sis-to- PLASTER deep-seate- saw-mi- ll . .l.t... ut T - Aikin-Payne- ! For Two Gesierations - h. I , o ..... . &e5?!zl A GREAT SUCCESS 1 sudo-IIawley'a G "Buchu-Paiba."- l. . i,-- 1 is. .r. Inde-pende- bed-bug- s, Free Infcrniatioii -- i , ' I r ,inf to-da- FniU-Growrr- i -- -. - Liu-i- Mrs-Orlett- a I I J ; it-o- li- one-ha- bed-bus- s. , . el K-- E. . .,. i. r for ono connrrv. Philadelphia Pre. - Pike's toothache drops euro in onemlnuU. sJsIs pmper. .!- -. : -- ; ?i i.5.my - j? t .1 iaV n i-- J A m -- i r- - beHK .. --. ... I . ? ,.r:.iiv2vs' gsssasssasai; fj'JuTiJr-. mmmaiA i t 53 A rr w H . r - -We clip the following from the S. . IlonXevr York Society I.iullca qfl! St. Louis Midland Industrial Gazelle : ! ' Hte ner fortunes. There is a great deal of good differencej sense in the plan of leveeing the "There is a decided in tho taste of French and Amen- Mississippi, tho Government bear- nn.n wnninn " " mirfcml ft Well expense, and letting rail- - known importer to a New York ing tho S ' Ttftfc ".mi1 irn fltwl tllftt Our wnva itLn tlin larnni. nn .i 1...1 'ronnrtPr H on condition of keeping them in ' s!Bn llre88e8 do "ot ? ? ! rulc merely serve as models perfect repair. Ae like to seel for effective combinations aud good jonmuiH, at a distance from ' t. les. Generally our American our river taking a broad and na-- j ladies do not like such bright view of the subject of its ors as tlie Parisians wear, but in' r--& improvement. The Houston wl cline to the more delicate snanes. ' ven if l,,ey admire the general is one of those sound and eonsi tvl of sl imported dress there bio journals. MannniiEdbnr Mitchell knows his subject well Is f"wy6 BOmc feature about it 'Mr- when he hits a good lick for the1 the-- llc not fnO- - Perhaps one e hae marked down the pricei on every house. article in granduMissiesip,"asmavbcseon'of ,no colors employed does not1 rS8 B! W 6mt tht'ir complexion, or tlie drapcfrom what he savs below : IV if w.liJSl MhVA7i "Scnator Plumb believes that ' lH to ful1' or the waI8t cnt , i v r. i . i i it i e it Li it M t,ie Bilino tnn0 tlic--v .aTe the improvement work on theMis-'lou- 7t' 2? & i", &m &iy 3 flJ ' JTrfin with-o- f sissippi will result in the building not fifttisfied to order a toilet levees. Tliis will require much out 1,aviuJr"rst examined a variety time and a vast expenditure of of tll imported ones.1' Evy woman, when about to which, considering iuonv. Even when the levees low can means that 52 - ilwjrhiiitte Wilson, our have been completed aud the riv-- ! turn seems filled with an ambi- - uii.vgooda from u- -,our ltetetofore famou theypricas, evir retailedyou this "mrrJ MriSu l', cheaiH-- than in were Firrt cli HK.VTlNG &T0 ES, .. for si fine trousseau. It is? market before. uswi. elected Citv .ssesor Ins nrcniifu,! mii.ih ito I.....1.,, itli a via. We other and equally important and' l'erJllPS natural that this should We are ottering Hare Bargain in W. COKMAX&CO Fone to ,Tork J ' diflicult matter will havo to be set-- ! l,otho case, and even that they -- Mr. W.T.BiiAnfiPaiiddiiurf..; vis: the keeping in repair 'Rll"ld undergo all sorts of pnva-uu- d u'' were at ter ot Charleston, .mo., are visi- -.r.'S""1 "I"1and fifty town leasuwo tied, eflectivenoss of these imJt"H to carry out their plans lor iiiiniirPti fo; in tinjr relatives in the city. " 'J' f Hickman that have not been lted njense dvkes, If a break or breaks tlmt oceswiQii. Some women trven rs. ;. T. P Fortune gies hi penonul nltentioi for vears. This is miine ns tim occur, and thev eurelv will unices S nH flira8 to Pell H of their ' prescriptions intruUed to hi liruj. burden shonld fall to ill ' alike noon all. current work is carried on f0rl substance on their bridal outfitB. tor for compounding. .,....., fi.:-,..- .. Xow is the accepted time. Strike while the iron iu hot. This Grand ,, H e II WaiTOr n mncnroal-- ,hat II1X.11. IIIUllilllUllllt.1 inis was notnblv ilwwH.m WLI lllll.l III . t T i(.lAMi4nA1 4ln4 Ml rt Wadbworth. ung Snlrwiil ouly Inst for a short time. We must make room for uiui iii&uir, "tl. . tion will be of little benefit to iho. Mrs- His uuuuiniuuu loiiowmjr Tr1 UJijini'S Will Jltlllmm Clll " nave auoiDicu tne- as t reigueu as a ocii in our pnng siow. inhabitants on the banks and its .uj(m -There will be fiv! Philadelphia. On the death of hert their mofto for leap year: ''If Very Respectfully, throwu i r,p,K .1V7"tJj1ro1 of ."'VnV 1,OMP cost only money scheme" away. father she uncceeded to the mod-- ' you see what you waut.ask for it." According to the of .Mr. . . pii iiimii iii uu iMinr in t II ik TIt!Ttlli tl.r.ci levees could be esi IorlP ota.... ?i,uou, all ot winch ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. Bit ND NEW FKVTiiEiL Eiis, ne .country, and lirn nt tllrt ln.,n . .. , . ..." IIUMM. ' ' ......i,. "n.n nornetuitv liv tlie now "- - "cut hi urr ineim, .urs old bew even thins:, any f tf and weithi, lw,th nf wtiifli ,:n 1,. rta!Ki.. mnimameti in Tick, . Leaders and Makers of Low lrtce. t i. ?ii i i i WU KJJ IK nocKniu, wno was tuen m l'aris, , , ' expedient rjllroju-sot runniu at J. I'.ttlLBCRH &. C'Od. ',1.5a- .,,..... , 4lJtf.1 itppf ft , assort-inentf- Rf .! v'iuu I - ii 111.11. m f I., ...... .1 ai'e This is a errand idea ami wno arranged tor a trousseau N. B. Mr. Chesa Smith will be found behind our counters ready to tAIVIII oecurruur purijr ."""" It!'" biironoiK'h The.knowigonc3hearabouts,lecl, , ' Kcnrp is "llll.lt .llIOl.l. IIU llbllU .1.111111 ilbilfll wait on Ins numerous friends and customers. ,.i a irii iiirri itim ...v.i ..,,-as is generally the case, predict a t H nrniiwr ni rtlllll 1VIII, 1...U the economists, but to shouldnnUmnn m rlJl18 clt.v- please a it ier total eelinse occurrinr in btatesman. It is failure of the fruit crop this com- Be T . has just finished a evident that, if tho evening of October itb. trousseau for a California girl suchathiiuremjldbP. the Milrnn.U 00-ought to be ; would keep the levee in repair as' wl,u'" cost " ,ess tlmn ow tlio-gi- rls lMUTCEK VAST1:D One half inter "Hut then it was an outfit worth i"t in the Hickman Coukirk. ncwKpajKr happy. It is leap year, and ae, a matter of Then Mii Job I'rintms Offic ie oll'ered for hal. cording to tradition it is allowed! would follow e llltr. 'exclaimed the artist; the effects of such on reaxonab'e ternu, to a good printer o ladies to makeulvances a redemption and security of the' orv dptail was perfect. The wed-au- d to one comitttent to uctts assocate etlitor ES( &eL sosa dzaiss&a . E3 propose to the men. Our richest bodies of land in the world. ,tliuS lross waB eimply lovely, mid nud buiincn.s manager. tf. 3MAX?fe, C&SWXJTGS, - tlieir settlement, cultivation, audi the dainty white silk stockings to KiHiiiiu nut iiaciieioro win uountit is true that cold winters less be kcenintr out of the wav of niinrnmm! nnwinnimn n,- - .,,..! he worn with it had duchesse e Pl,uuo gerail. t"at l, hive jnwt reeiTl If A y nn UUU " v iW I1MUIIV H'M. t( k ot all kiixlx f Furniture are followed by" good crops, our the ;nl .fn.it he trade of parties wih maidens, and anovc the use ot the great river fronts let in." ,: Furniture in plain and Imijct. Also, a fine line e tan lio sii tv injto miy. farmers will "strike a bonanza" many of them will doubtless have flowing past, the quick moving AIKS. STKWAKT'S WARDK011E. ot this year, provided they "will go to succumb to the bewitching in- tiMiiirt would connect this long Mrs. A. T. .Stewart, it is said, to work. ever we fluences of our fair maidens. We slip of alluvial country with the spends as much on her wardrobe ALT parties indebted to Alexan would, however, give our girls a world, and would satisfy its every as any lady in New York, ordering for be sold cash, der & Maxwell are kindly request- little advice, and that is, "look be demaud of commerce. It is only constantly expensive walking, car... c .... gnint f tho timw. You .. . our prices io gun . . " fore you leap reasonable to believo that the con- riage and dinner dresses. Tho ed to come forward and settle. ihe profro iq mKc cn ml assured low dnvn, w goxl. We profXHe to strll ax b , summation of so grand a scheme toilet which Denning made for her ycMi nrfj iterer lev our hoiis to Uwlc for miirc ;olfirh fontcity Compiny. Ven-no- r Winter is not over yet. xnv rrwn j.iiiiiiiii.u it iu ia i Hrcnurre. .. oil V!lTltfl fj 1.. would do more to increase the for a recent dinner given by Gon. Very says, 4The latter part of Janand Mrs. Grant was of mauve bro"e:ilth J""1 affo.nl ""Petus to trade of tl. uary will be mild, but February manatrer advertised. cade, most laughable Comedies ever of the Union than the addition of j SGOO. and cost between 300 and again cold and stormy." a new State in the heart of the HiF'&.wn rouu in new OJd Kellowa bniUiB. wntten. and the company display All tho modistes chyin that a We hear several of our coun-tyme- n great ability in their varionsroles. csuntrv." plain, but handsome, dress can bo spoken of as probable especially so riss Goonmcn in made for from $.'W0 to $300. This candidates for tho ofiice of sheriff, her chauning impersonation of A l.ocnl .ciipipcr. a call before else may be of rich silks aud brocades, tat tho ensuing August election. Polly Brighton. There were not but, of course, where lace is used hvliero. 1 ,,urc ,s "" V11.15 ol ml!3mi," """ -' The members of Kentucky 1M;lJ,.v J oung men in tlie audience it will amount up tons many thousI ,,:ve withstood the "wwir iuiu iiuiiuiuuit u uic Lodge. K. of II. aro respectfully w,1 Cc YV. Hiscinating little Polly aa lroRlnty f community than a ands. " requested to attend the meeting, M. Moschowitz says he often local newspaper. In these uays long as her lover John did. ev.: f employs lace worth rs much as er was an actresK reeeived witli me oueiness oi a coiumuuuy cat: i $100 per yard, a number of yards hvcrythmg is quiot in police j0re enthusiasm, or the hearts ofbe transacted witiiout it. . being used. This brings tho cost t circles, the weather has boon too au audience more completely cap-- ' - merchant ca't afford to wait to $2,000. cold for tho boys to go ont on a.tnredthan by little Miss Good- - for tJl Phlic to discover that he i up to $l,-rt)' ' it said by amparge. n-goods, jaKt The .... v. ., nici,j. ......i.... plav tlioturli, .' ib receiving newi inirirniii.;or that he j .madeis for , tho all that the dressc a .. nm great fancy-dres- s .. - it r?. . ,. ;!. , - nrriiir -- x i ?,i f rip- i... 1. 1. 1. - uniw-i'. m ii.wiiiaiiyagoou ni .uiss m aggie xiarper oi nir - ".,v,i,. r1 i' L Mr. W. p. siAKUFArTtr.ra A man who has just opened bus1S w ,1:c touville, after spending a. few' nioral."trutIi bpoken in iest.'M inr icher than hptwoiMi rlio i..r . ti.n ;.....- iness can t aftord to ride around1 "uuironi ; i . a.a ......,,-1- . IIHO I , '....,., uiv 111.1.1- ' any made for a number of years CIf1illtllMUt.l - ;...ia lit h.; ' Even J ? . 1.V1 I .A .WW...I.. .... i ii.iit(. ti.r.. f fl ' was one of the fey in res off to Im"""" '"" Mrp- itai usr HjNt ciu.rci.. fornuu.ee.- - It wh wit hi t rtifr A rmw whose t,tock has tm-- ; . T) c tx. ' !To1 ,0 sl'eiul aa.Vfl J,,ll,t tl," !l ?I.sirIe11S.t,,Birt. ,"s ;oc,iny li th ......,.- t- of tl,e luptw dm di. j the rinest s ever in Free- i elejTttUt 111 US nrero-- p tli.Uv rr.iut-.- l bi t tlieir! TholoilfT r for it - -h amvaa i shka .... i.Lia'imii ir . ., . iriFikiiiiii : .. . hiin.iv.i vliumh in euin'ii c t. .v in:: n unoii:ih kiiick or aiiv- - tram vu: Of imIIiv vt!vnr- cxquit- i . . -. ' . " .. v - 'h- 1I..H :.. i icoc . a. M, u trammel iniixirt.tnt i itilv "i "-- ' tuniui.i piuW ooj i t... 'thnif cUf for k1l can't nflord to n:... AthmWit.,!l trout ,,v :i R""1'' chslin to . I I.. A.K. Mondny ex cn.njr. Jaaiwrj auh. 'In,,! hie l.tiiniHlO itnl limit up lnir-'1- " ail- --vc - . IWlttffUJ n We learn from the Charleston ,""'cwieii wun with pancia isuii.min . A man interested in .erT -- that .Mr. W. T. Huckner ThoC'ouKiKR has from tiumto the Probata court can't CHtates to I'mhroidered in silver. Die bod- afford & Sou have sold out their carriage 'l- - OI UIC ,;....... ,. CICl WUH KOfU Willi a - i .. "workh lit that place, and will re- time stieirested lu idi'-- " of tirTii.rBuentla week four v.....- .. girdle, and :nado with Lnd Caps3 - ndiug ucourt to liiid out what attt y neck finished with a Jujrh move" to Tennessee or Kentucky, ziiiK a Building Association ,, . ur.ani.s arc amiv;ii oi mi collar. The sleeves cre of sil- ir?,.i.. .t We learn that tho National ii.L.viiiiin. vainer iowub nave inrcn . . i i k . oruamentcd at LADteS , ver and GSNT'S PTONISaiffff G30DS, &c.f A'ump company oi tins eitv, cou- - mill iiiiii'm viinii imz i.f.i.ti .o im ( rilUCIllr. t. "t.. " . , the tap by a pulling thudded F2E with afford to at A saw mill in pushed through their instrumsi-- i cant tomnlato rutuiinir a precious stones, :nd 1 er veil of connection with their nmun fac-- 1 talitv. The followin"- from tf. i tend . half a dozen tciiu. of county .... inow Mhite tulle r as tory. "" Terro Haute (lad.) Er in H. i worn under a coronet of ruby vol- - GrogerieSj Hardware, Queensware, Doors, Sash, Blinds This year young men " lm Un) t, i.;i.i;,. H.l.HllldlUUIl.1, HU " ei tiuiiuai. imiutii u iiciuis. ner .;;,.. ,..i.rt ." .iu....1m T..,tv: ? "" h"'....v",.rUHlilllllp .. :.. don't : ' to it ninrriml will! i& i our rcauera: ornaments on that occasion wore VvvvaKvl 4 U tikiitd.i VII U llllttril1 t ui imat'ai iu 4l.litIO fit ! PACKET COMPANY t: I'"" Glassware, Etc, E(o. wear large placards on. thcir( i"wu A ,.!.;.. kind are lUllllUil Ui UlU 1nl in t.li eOHt.tV HliipilUlCeiU UlUlllOUOS.. Tho drcee font T..r,lr r ,.,-..,i;M.r." i.n.i i.nootcsjgjggyaGR-Juwcls l'.110 lo "'", i what sliould be termed the poor can't afford to leave home and at- - I ltho"t0n!c tl,c . . . .. .;:V If : uuu , UA01UIUHI.U iu imiBiut; hwi e8tl' lua f1'2,00' after m& friend." There are twelve tend the trials, dav This isday. done UOIl t M.U MU.V. Anil the 0'"tn- - nearly ap-b- y all i nf tIieni now jn Tvno 1Iau;Cj Of course not. if ICXXAST, ICY. Clinton Street, Punching Annette was We trust the readers of the resenting a capital stock of over im r, zm the local newspaper. The bus- - j Couuiec will pardou tho lack ofjSJ.OOO.OOU They euabie meuto iness men and fanners hand their !thc dressmaker. 56S333EssaessSsaP' interesting matter in this week's i get homes when'thay could nofte-issu- advertisements to the editor, and! ' A rlcn-n-j- ' (UNIT3D STATES J! AIL.) Incident. i5 Our editor was unexpect- - cure them by any other possible within 48 hours after tho paper is Porhaps the most celestial event ediy culled on, uence tne necessi-- 1 menus. The majority of the , thousands , of people in the! of the year will be the opposition JOHN A. SCUDDER, Presidit: , , . . I ty for this apology. nau mey 1...1 of Mars at the end of the present arcr laoonng men, who i.by county nave read wnai. .1 JOHN P. KKI8ER, Superintendent. uoiuers T11EO. U. .EIOLElt, this means save up five or ten doi-- 1 to say. The editor attends the month The first physical features aud Trcas. XOTICE Tnhe tlie lars every month to RreurA them n ' sessions or tno courts, ami tne of Mars that come into view aro Tho undcrsineil haing; sold their stock A LINE of boats home. There is now paid into next Saturday lavs before the pub the snow-cap- s RUNS surrounding his in tne iiicKtnan uuiuuer ana .uanuinctu to nnd N., C, & Si, R'y. tri weekly St. Louis St. Mamphis, Vlo&a-bur-a ot all alloxan. poles. The southern pole is now ring'Cowpauy, and retired from the com.j tlieir trcasunes every month oyer he an accurate list line from Louis to pany by mutual conieni, take this method TAOjiiui;, wuicu gocis io uuhu nous-- 1 es agsunsi estates, mc iiuuuiuh- - inclined toward tho earth, and a of exprei"uig good will to that Company es or pay off mortgages. Through trators who have made settlement GOiNQ SOUTH. Tiio aud H'dicitinga coatinuance of public fa- the medium of these associations showing the balances on hand: lie small telescope, say of three inchAnd see foM urelvea that I will rcUul Memphis boats ptss Ilickman lnsittj es aperture, will plainly show the vor in ita heb&lf. many have nigbls, TlmrsdAy nights and SftlnHay J. AMBECG'3 SONS. gottenof our hadworking menasnot gives a clear synopsis ot all tne circular gleaming patch of snow proceedings of County court, that covers the antarctic region homes, have secured night. VicVsbnrg boots, Sunda Wednesdays and Fridjs. Qnite a number of Commer- of ground aud a roof they can call showing what money has been of tho globe of Mars. The dark GOING NORTH. cial men have been in town this their own, aud where no rentfcol-- ! paid out and for what purposes ; ring surronnding the snow field, Memphis boats pss Hickman Tuesday week among the number our old lector ever sets his foot. The as- - ho takes down the testimony of aud sometimes sailed Phillips sea, Call o Nearest Ticket Agent, nights, Friday nights and Sunday nl;ht. friend and former townsman, ilarv sociations are very popular ,with tho witnesses hoard in important is almost equally distinct, and some Vicksburg boats Mondays, Ved'ces4.iy publishes it. of tho other seas, or spots that Millet, also, Mr. Stevo Allen, for- our German citizens, who with criminal cases and Or Address and Saturdays. their frugal habits and the aid thus He hunts up and publishes accu- - aro believed to bo seas, can bo merly connected with tho house of A. V. Steven, Memphis-boat- s Steamers City of HeU Pass. Apt., iHllsn.JTex.. or givon them, soon become property rate details of tho happenings of seen with tho same telescopo. J. Amberg,8 sons. ena, 8le. Genivierc and John II. Maude. ; jy. i.. iuxlby, Vickehurg boats Steamers City cf owners. Every association bi this the week. Miss 'Ida Adams, after spend- city is now in a Houriahinjondi-tion- . - In fact, the local newspaper, With a larger telescope more den.'P. tT. A., Nasfafilltt, Tenn. ' --A. Providence, Belle of Memphis, Gold On jfj - - . - . FRITZ. HELLKER, T: Agt, Ilickman. ing tho holidays with relatives in C'uy of Cairo, City of Greenville They are wisely managed properly conducted, is indispen- tails arc visible, as, it would also City of Vicksburf. this city, left on Thursday for and are a credit to their orgjni- - sable to a county. It affords a bo able to show the two tiny i , Madrid Bond, where she will re- zers. u cheap and expeditious medium of of Mars, which revolve close ifd tit wholes !e pnw You can depend upon finding anv thing in my houc that is kept in sume her scUool. Miss Ida is an ' communication between those who the planet, so rapidly that tho in fifttcawFlItNlTUKE STORE. PAYNE'S lOHorso fin?fl w chaniinmfi ner one Portable Engine 0J cnt J0.C0O tL ot Michigan Pino CoureHMinnu Vfolford'n Stnrl, accomplished young lady, aud as havo anything to sell and those ges fromgoes through all tho moon Boerds hi IU boor, bumia; elaba arotn tta mvt in now moon to old an instructor ha given universal Col. Frank "Wolford, Congress- - j who wish to purchase. It lays n lC8 t in less than a day. Another insatisfaction among her patrons. e e.-- rA J'' (Kv,) Dis- - fore the people each week the from the Eleventh teresting thing about Mars which PACKET COMPANY. l8 of. all important news trans. can now told this remarkable story be studied is the myste Tho Ilickman Skating Rink AXo.l BEDSTEAD county, piling in the A Tip Top PANNEL 1JED ' of under the management of Commo- to the Columbia Spectator: SI 7P A man wll0 reul8 his jittic iocal rious network large portioncanals, r CHAIBSWf.ett which cover a of the dore Simmons, is attracting large "When I first married I asked paper every Saturday night is as -- ...... !?J.50 tJITt.Tcrowds every night. This is my wite to be my mate early m well posted in the local events of planet's Surface, particularly in liUKl'.ALS Memphis, Cairo, i. - -- . it.O tho equatorial regions. Tho idea' ri.l.. OAI'KS, Our 10 Be? veQsvamnUe to fam5h power to l- both a pleasant and health- tlie morning, got married before the week as if he had spent the , J1 rjU rawS0OOfotof lie niock Bonrds In 10 hour. Ou-i- i that there aro rcallv cauals conGardner's nvrferatniriTATK .S1?ATS ""o.i ful recreation for our young peo- breakfast, bought mo a farm aud week seeking tho information. . Borte tciU ctt lr"K)0 fett in ssme time. w- nra r.iiAKjjTEKi io structed by inhabitants of the pti t fioIiS,bLa 00c S1 25' SI80 nnd ot,,cr "ses Rt au,e TAii FExVTHER REDS and ple. Send the little ones and let started to pick out a location for r on Ji less fnf5h a X am als0 fniH Mid ruddy planet can hardly be enter than any other En. lKT IK)"ni1' nSent for the Li3llt ruing Biaraond devring Ma them learn to skate. a house. I met tlie overseer of The pig-iro- n men are talking ot x in rino not fitted with an Automatic they tained, when it is known Cut Od If Ton want sStaUonuy A'oY BAOM, e lbe Although women have the tho county road, who was that forming an association similiar to are sixty miles aud more that Circuundertakers goods ever brought t" mKmKjftr9 or Poxtablo Kcatne, Boiler.Pulle. JAMES V7. GAFF, in width.! HicC,n hn,lm Shaftirp or lar COSS MILLER, right to propose in leap year, there day going to the road and had that ot the whisky pool. VINT SIIlKELE iMther cast cr Medrtart's ratcnt nnm?;iIJ.NC' COMPETITION, AS MY GOOS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS, THE IK Wrought-IroI'nlley, fend foroir is no taw iiuu compels ine man io about l00 hands. I told him I had Obituary. CnANMTE STATE, U T W1IKN "IVALS FADEAWAY. HlTMratHl catalopie. No. 12, for n say yes. This fact ought to en- bought the farm and was ou my Died of conjetion, at the bome of his rKet le.P'ace. on the opposite corner from PlautBro'a. & Co., under the Netv iBB3Mjfcw information and prices. A thousand delegates are expectVES EY ER V SUXDA Tand way to select a spot for my house. . PAVN'S A SOX3. parnte,Jan 6th, 1884, Fukdiuck Dick 'i HALL Give sc a call before btiyiug courage tho youug men to stand B. m , for L'm'ro, LouistilU cciHoi, 2.r. Socio:. He remarked to me that if I would ed at the convention w for the im- - INSox, oldfst child f D. W. and M. A. P S. residence up stairs over Alexander & Maxwell's store. firm. ami Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati ot tne .Mississippi m Dickinson, aged twelve years, one month furnish him three gallons of wliis-- 1 Pavement with KjllroaJs and Steamer? tor Mr.AV. B. Plammer will short- ky ho would take his hands and Washington, on February 5. The and twenty dayn. .. ly commence the erection of sev--en- d build my house that day. I told purpose of the convention is explain-hi- m Freddie sleeps, gloom and grief fill our" Saslsra, Vteto &i Mhn PeinU, hearts. No prayer of a loving mother or ! tenement houses in East Giving through ticket tonlipoinlK Chi would see him in his grave cd as being to get a liberal appro-befor- e fond father ean stay the mysterious hand I Ilickman. This is a move in the iro, Toledo, Bntfalo, Kichmonil, New of nature Hewa generous and manly; would give him or his priation from Congress. I ork, Wndhtngten City, Philauelphia. and right direction. What Hickman imiuib gnu urop oi wniSKV. uaeii pride and father's companion. his mother's HICKMAN, R'r iloston. East, North and V stora lour- "Old Papa; how I Tvih we could have a moit needs, and has long needed, he asked mo for $5. Igavx inis ats v ill (hid La Uflle River route sae, bifs snow," said he a his is more dwelling houses. The to him, aud he called up his "brco Representative Hill, of Ohio, death. An kind hands few days beforeform bore his pta;eful D. L: GOLDBERG, pliclilfulbyand econoDiical. growth and prosperity of every and built tho house that dav, and has introduced a Din in Congress to rest, silently this emblem of purity fell Rates this line cheaper than any town is helped or hindered to a it was the best house I ever saw. providing for tho building of post-- I and enshrouded the little mound wher lie P DEALER IX tber first c!.ia routo. Meals ntl state ems freo. Bagpage checked great extent by the property own-era- - moved into the house before offices in towns of second or third sleeps. Why should we grieve, for is it notl TPLSAtfB FANCY GHCCS3IEL fST Passejiftcrs cAn rely on through. n splendid themselves. If they would sundown." the cost of thebuild- - written: 'Of such is the kingdom of heav-- 1 class offices, rip by tlii hue. an the steamers are all My Stocks New and Fresh, and will en?" record could boy HIOKIXAiM, IL&'MTXrOlZY. reach: oat aud provide new build 'ings in towns of tho first class not of hisand what nobler for his father toa say, irst cias, liartux been exprrsly buih bo sold at prices that vill be esage leave than An exchange asks isIs hanging to exceed $30,000, and in towns ings at moderate rents for those or the nccummodation of passengers. pecially attractive to bnyers. ''Freddie never committed an action that I wko would seek: to locate among painful?" We imagine that hang- - Gf the third class 815,000. It is was ashamed of." JT Facb steamer carries a. full tdrinz TOIS HOUSE HA3 BUBS' RECENTLY NL.VRQED, REFITTED, P.EFUP.NISHED Hud. it. W. LIGHTUUKiN K, them, they will do much to pro mg on tlie gate with the therinonic- - estimated that tho aggregate sum Ah1 welt, for u alj ome mwi hope lies Xpnd thoroughly rquoratel. Convenent to ri7or and railroad, and attentm General KrtiKhl aad Ticket Ascnl at twenty five de rnnt. l.nlnn for this purpose would be 830.000, PMylj I'ttriwl from human jei; mote tlie welfare of the communi-lte- r wao-kep- t Ut" " and, altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section. Ami In IL hraftr AngIi. my So 7 Monroe 5treet,Memphij,7ena 9$$r zero would be. ty. Hull tb itcnt frcri it B. 000. SI SI. h7.' lI Our younir friend Harnett lalmterro, who has been con-Winecteil with the firm of J y.s , der & Co., Louisville, Kv as trav- Weatlier bad. elniff .. salesman, has n i .. . Theatre Monday night. . , oitwnuMu wan a urnjr house in Wheat in this section looks Memphis. Bnruott is n,worthy promising:. oung man and wo wish liim unbounded Miccess Another cold wave has b track c tire informed that Lem tit few country people com Hill has remjrnod his position as But lirst cleric on the steamerrll. A. ing to town this bad weather. lyler .Mr. Hill is Very J01lar Quarterly Court next Mon- - with the peoplo alonj? tho. river, day. and the traveling mililm the1?'111 reret to lunr of liisV-Mgna- For the past two weeks boys about town have had a flno 5 time coasting. Navigation on the MississipAftUlincf WAJOLICA WARE, at pi above Cairo is suspended, the MUSE & SHAW'S. river being gorged at several ' The . .steamers Colorado and , points. The Ohio is imv onnn ,. , . . . Uity 01 Alton burned to the wa and boats are passing oaf Kiv- . ter'a edge at St. Louis last ,..n,.u ;i Cl llli;u HIO approhensivolof an i i.i.ai a ovcruow in er.be of asiultlrt thaw. The Literary Society meets at We trust, however, that tlif Ohio . .... Mm the Academy An inter" ui ueioro tno .Mijsisstp esting programme is announced. pi ureaivs up. wtc aw-ewt- LOCAL NEWS. I. fines ntul KiiliwnjM. 83o,uoo rou a ai. . i !fJ" I iiJ DO WW -- i. I bt EVERYTHING -- WWMJ9 n ft DOWN col-tion- al .n.liv - 1 f v o-i- r i r-- ?s.r -- v 4't JPQftWf-' m - HfiblinV i hl.B GO, to-nigh- t. ? 1 1 1.-- .J I I .r.,. r .JJL0". t. n I iQtSkiag Ss TeQQafe' it fr ti.,.;r-.,..,;,,- f, 1111-1- 1 I 1 ", 1 CK - BMAN d5f ... fc , , ! - , I "i "'"r Are v in tlieir new biiiklmgit tlieir slaiulliud receiving tlie largest AKfiW&RK, i A. I J n. "ev-forth- ! ll 'S STOVES, i - X iuimt-DM.- - rosy-cheeke- d I .... I brought to Hickman, which bought strictly and will and very GivSns hare Tlll.-ll.IT- 0,m ! tr1 T.P. WILBURN&CO. tHEAP FOB, GASH. t). purchasing ! to-ni"h- t. i ; . WEST KENTUCKY PIONEERS- UUlimAlX OvJ. -- 0 c, ! T -- i v-- e- x.lrj mi-t-- t . -- ... . ll ttitt-rtiu- . .- m . fcv-,- ,. " !il.,Ir ...i" i. .. -iA.n-itt..ui. ! ,,, net-wor- HERfWECK, BALTZER "sgrrg. & CO. I Bley -- ! le r -- In . . -- - v.r ."".... . , Clothing, Boots, Skoes, Hats ni-i- is Hickman Kentucky. "-- i tax-leav- er - : ..r. ( I ... .? l'"' ...... "o .., ;. 1 pearl-sprinkle- d NASHVILLE, sf.onsivicwM Atlanta, Florida - 4S .. - -- ,,;.,.:,, I :r.. Cliattanooga, -- ...-T:.- . - -- e. i u y i Mse 1 L .T 1 I i 1 T g. -- I FAY0BITE! . -- mrv 4l., dS? M.&MMtW'MiW 1 t4 Spark-Arrestin- g be-ma- do-tric- t, '& lFw r. i&&&g ar fT eight-foo- so-calle- d in-dee- - ..... kSM sup I I L.n-iu- K hotte-pow- Louisville and Cincinnati Steamers THURS-cinj.nt- 1 San-Mll- i. n i Sp eta-wher- , . Respectfully, ES, 'a?, Cj5SLE1.133XrESELy New Grocery w m '$$S$Fi -- k&mmm mm ' J -, oto ;r' E. TCJU&'EK; L'roptiictor. Glm&-Mf- ? K Gh'LEfTB pfDAT. : : SKTITS.-Is:- ?, m i v- - X 'ill !i V- - t j ar H mzm T Sort f -- 8 ir I Av - &?- -- - - - llie Iitiiortnnt ,,,rihWest, beyond tho manufacturing ' A MCTDRE TO YOONG MEN I lin.,lr.' Fnoh ensuing day maj,- C8 rri!it. ..... . v ... v, n.v,.. more A Np erini i ..:,. ill ,h;n. ,.,t,.iilU- - ?.,,.,.. Tirnniiiioiir f r.,. .. On tho l,n t t r; Florida farmer.- arc importing iW.lU;'?oTXi' eller-free trade. McDonald is to be omq upon tho time whei thi ,n yjt3dKXA&ifxoKii i fnifii finrmntlW tho candidate, and they cull them-- 1 enanic is master. We have prmvil " Co -- The President tmiiBinitted to selves the "Emancipated Demo-- ; ed professions and 1 A bill Ima been introduced in gross l6t week a commumeation ' crnt8; "ll the A . LtCtHl'l." 4IK1 ttiA Xta.M .,.-:----atl .M. .1. ,11111 iiniiiral mn of Srmm.il Ark rn, nr the Kentucky Legislature provid-- j from tlio Secretary of "ar aml: ?ul;:.siH.a..t dork taiL'SS-- Ti Wimulurrlit.cOi.jiJvMll.j In tiluirt. F. E. CASE & CO. ing for the suppression of lotter-- Secretary of J Jt""'iSin!ini.)m,y, Sen m . lrl.il IJ, nd setting forth, AMfyrffSP FRlftHTFTTT, TTOR. w..0 ,0 cMiv graspea at hv a ..-. mnliiiiut MnrrUr c.arrllT Comnniiilinn, . ..y. hundred apphcants, although the , . w. .1 'D:au:k nihl l'lijuml It mu vuuu ui mimry tiic necessity ror aiiotlier expeui-- ; .fV in J nt: V,nulI.VKKM LLL, 11. t.p.cltj,irs ami1.1 wages received is ROR. l, -J- ly K.IBl.KTJ tll.. scaredv tiivrj'filni n al,1ri for the rc- ,tr. tickets. l.l,-juihvr. n tion to KmitM., ;h chance to learn tbo bst-nes- DRUGS!, l ll thu aJmlrablc AND Lot clnrlv iirutm fn'M li4 uwn tni:tice "S'pt.. Sinen. Line. HooVs. mid iH,k1tv(fe and . Tin: Kentucky Legislature costs " of u freely party ,. a,.spe-,-- One Iln ml r eel Uvos IiO.st. w uu.H.i. an nmubter workn.au tn ilut IliCHful vmi.sit ni r uf arir.Alm.r '''lor l'ifhlng Tnckle and Snpplw, nt aW-H.I- .;apprentice at ru"1 " "Mit ii vtiiiit ui Ittllrun llr irai recommending ?l.-0- 0 rAtl''n, Uuc-- , a day. St-- what a protrao UI'J' Kain. Groceries and Kumilj Supplies aeatunes the salary offered the three rinr ..r ,mcin!iip C'iiy of urn iiih applicants . iuiU ut n Hidtlruf mnr nt outr rrruiii nil rf- - rall, j&jcjm me,1,ato "PPropriiitiqu for the pnr-ut- Tho ted contest for Tutted Suites Sen-- 1 :t r iimrrrr tmiM'tsr .iir nui iitrii will be poor Columbus Vrcflteil alike in quantity and qualitv PcrctaricsjLincoln and costs the people. Wouldn't ,ose- 't'tir riny SIc:ttl attrfcadivMllj. A ,ub"'licturt attl prrft a l to skilled workman in any trade need jjg-- p ft i:s cr J ya cark u j. J D ! lO C 0 il P 0 11 X l it he better to le-t tho Senator! C1,an(1Icr' in their letter to the 3Ias:fImseN. TO never want for hire; he is eavrerlv Scut undrr.l. in s j.jain rnvfiijv. to uny ! it the .regular State election byj I'rcsideut, state that tho belief Boston. Mvss., Jan. 18. The sought after by hundred employ,ln-"t rvicsljn of r,Br crot, or tu vostage fe Co'S .il.lrtT- -. St. uonru recomniend'tiic purcuase the people. 1)1 BUULVKRW ELL MEDICAL CO., Citv of Columbus, . of the ers; he is independent -of the con- . Immense stotk of Grocries l eH klfc, fiMivw.- - ... tikani.tLMin i steamer T. ' iflllfl ,rw S . IV,t Otr.cc Ux. lljiuast . 0. uie marRc-t- ; ""' tins port miuu Savaiia'i iy n"'" -i :hiiii. ,. lino, sailed fromci. ........ i it: 01 nt nic iim.,i the1 skill and , and Li4Uora of 20 different klnd as Wtw . ..:.i. u 1. mjiv rn o'Kvi v Tkx river appropriation of iiiiiinifr ' " "nu HUH (VC HTC v ii;w jun- "-.' " in, o UI'IUL'K 1HISI IMill. street, Villi Ollf f 'I Professional to continue work at Plum iuiu-i- i - asnore on jjcvii s reei, on unj-- i "v U,,,4,MV ,u ,ui ana mast he pernavik about R. BROWN Kuvx.i:it i:et Point and at Wilson Point on the A smaller advancship, which! Head. Martha's Vineyard, at slP'"" whether the prodit are purchased s brand new Block 1 JAM- has morning, and is rapi-- j fljlv or rapidly coiiMimed. If Slississippi has passed both hotts-o- k ma take. crea&fs. isalBO sug-- i ?,1?ck l GKOCEKIES. Confectioner!- -, Tk-co' 0,y urcasmg up. P. O'DANIEL, II. D., 1LYCigan, &c, and opened oe une nunurcu "o.i-o- unnra, mu master hnnu E of Gongress and oulj needs the tc liUftwasago as eagerly seized by ROino rival wer. washed over-- ! signature of the President to be nuitcatiip iroivnt,gaj8: CLIXTON 3 TBZM P, i board and drowned. SEIt-jVFFERS 1113 PROFESSIONAL The Citv ofio"KO, wiucii knows and values vices lo llie citiirmj of Ilictman nnd the niwat bouse ef ths kind ttM Jw C complete. "In the plaJfc'for' the relief of Columbus was built of iron, 2,200 the product of his skill. Ifr, who TieiniiT. been In Hiekaan and at low prices lk Lieut, tons burden, and, like her sister would crush down the obstacles this pam. as arruntfed with ' OlBce Corner room in LncleJe House. eer offered befre. Hcadtioa.xtri, fp-gifeiJ V - 1 H i Jnu. utt Arijulttctl. AND success in our own days imiBt firefly, it was contemplated that craft, the (bite City, had the high-:1- 0 Piaut Uro & Co , UmUm btw. PATENT The jury in tho great Xuit trial an effort vouldtf made to com-- j est rutin!! for twenty vears. She have, as well as tho wit to sue the Js.. lias returned a verdict of not municate witijjm and furnish him j was steered by steam and provi crevice, the strength to deal the Supports ' any needed assistance iu LS82, and ded with electric lights for navi blow. This is an age of theAteam t "'guilty, on PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, of tomporary XtCItTIXi ins ro W1 tho Savannah river nt engine, and it is the engineer, MEDICINES! insanity. Much interest has been again m 1SS.1 Suhseouent epe- I.. ....x ,IICKMA2" j (fiiired the KENTUCKY night. Her treight capacity was not the conductor, who is muctcr. manifested in this trial by people tii.tton Commercial B.iUrttn. upward of 4,000 bales of cotton, Conjnjission IercaijU, rFERfi his Professloaal ScrtlMS lo VJPoveTthccountry, and. .the vcr-die- t home. It was jyrotVtlie urmuge-men- t, and she had accommodations, for the oitiiena of Hickman and vicinity. A iCcnrncUj- - row. janlC-'Sif eomnimmatiqn could not 114 first-clas- s passengers and six- E1CKXAX, KT, of the jury will mcot with a socond-chts.- . be made with hint bdfore Sent. 1. t Her cabin an hearty approval. Keep 1'VJ en haaSl.Treti L l&W, .he should :Uu con the very elaborate, Kentucky is not satisllfil with TOILET iiRTlCLES rKOGERTES LlMErCEMEXT.'SALT, PLXITJII S9t' nbi- tion at Lutly rrunklui bay, not la- being unsurpassed, b any steam giving one of the greatest A .MmrriNG of the most promiPLIES, GUASS SKEDW, CLOT W ter than above mentioned, nml pro- it. She made her first trip from tions this country ever had. 'it &c, &c, &e. &c, &c.r S.e. Will make liberal adyaneea en nent Democrats of Lonisvillo was ceed southward, and ie would lind Boston to SaAanuah in Septem- also )rodueing a two legged colt, -Corn, Ac, for .'"le or sbipnuat. ;&.& m.mm.m relie." station at ber. held hist week for the purpose ii but she now comes to the front mc)i4 the entrance of Smith's Sound, a with a Jersey calf, ten inches high WHIGHT SAYS: CAPT. of taking steps to secure the holdlilUxl ut nny liuur, da or night. King night hell after 10 o'clock j Sf , . it HEVRY V. KNOERR & CO., Berenies would not m. ing of the next National Demo- point where ithim duriuj! be diffWe passed the liirhtshij. at 12 ami louneen menes. long This LuiMinc. Clinton street. Veep in store a Caldwell's Higlj School. icult to reach ft part of iuuiJp M was Kood supply of F M1LY GROCERIES and cratic Convention in that city. A leach year. Tho expeditions of o'clock, and that he continued by last achievement some sense There is A'iP.r nnd w,.f.t to ebon with a Brooksville. the finest bran.1t of LUlOORS. Ooed ..mw 1HS2 and JS&J were sent, but nei THE FIFTH YL'VR nill oommiiM tods and Ion- prices. ..mn.ri,NiMaw,..ti... Bniitii.(..t...in this kind of cattle, providing! shiugfon and present their Honda Aiijj. 27th, H&. made a erv deci- ! j And continue nine month. i...toihoS,il!onlDoocmUc0e&flcd.oc advance movement for the C, Wilson The conne of tudv, in addition to Ar--! " CommiHw. of its object beyond leaving a No protection i ihe .m.rals oft.be -, milk for tlio coffee and tea. J"St ,,DUgh Primarj Wotk, rill include Hijkr THE RXCEkttff COUBIEB. - tk cri:ktV' jf r..m iwi""" thlvv -.- ...... . lmlt finil int.n tlifi Utl ,....v -- nm-iftiilt.i- l. 1 ., DEPOT FOR i iH-fln,.- ; l,f?S.!? ,! THE OLD RELIABLE C1IAS. A. HOLCOMRE, iMi'r.'iura ur.r-crM.r-tiun- 1 !.. . I t"' "" '" -.- , s. I I n nnge , or I it ill Um DMTM, j jut ,M m ptio rii-nvi-j IH ADDITION J. . 1 cU-uP- - BEOWN $1,-0)0,O- -- "Li x.-.- r. I - !- -! -'- 1 .y .. . 1 - i J. W. COWG1LL, r B ards. J. s, 3 DHUGS, Trusses y i i te aci-oun- i hlmi DR. Jl. F.KIS; Bondurant Bretmy .v.. -- .A-IST- D mk Yim VHSTTS rML-JE- 0 O v u-ci- well-supplie- d rit-i'iiitiu- LIQUORS. - I S -- r&7 . n6 ' ATTORNEY AT LAW I.atiu and Ureek. Book Keiping. Pccmis As like as net we ml! hear only placed upon her Stntutobookthe eiretiand ccal ( nlim. are now receiving n freeh sleek, wf the great New York restauranteur. to Smith's Sound. The situation uip, at the table, in a fewycars, "Please l.,5rt,i- an law prohibiting litrtii?ui-i..,.... T ;..,. . s.l. r.v.,1 1.:., .w..... ncLUlllI III. lit l.llO Mas ill lilt .ill ii ii:iiVir HICK MAN, RY. imti.m.r ;.w.. T 7VITION rtM UOH71U SB . lound in the Orange fountains,' under these circumstances, iXfiuarto-miVir- t . I'riniarv, . . helped yourself to milk." and all newspapers and other pub- vou prompllr recitt A 10 ' Alu .Vi, h'l.n,,have . I nt nn ediatw, Family . . . r':.,,uart. . near Gen. McClellau's simmer'i oue of rrreat tienl.and in uresonM ti,.; lVtia , xiru riiiuii i finiK jtrot ' licnt.ous that cm have an miuriwvw a.a iiiiiiiiiiitfiiiiir itirtiv . . f Advanced, ' ' jp. A b tracts of titles specialty. or poisonous . - :ing the prehmmary views of the house. The thoonis that he stray, along the table to tke other end ous, contumluatmg. , , IQT r.ijablu rootilhlj i AdBtwc"Jil HHnayirom nome wniie moor-- j noarn appoiuicu oy me, io laue,, , r u e of it to be milked. This'is indeed , effect upon Inrr jjuiij people, or which they offer io the public at fair mg under a temporaiy fit of in- - into consideration tho expedition . B. C.CALDWLLL, - (miMead into the paths of error price.--. of Klonr, Mtnl tbolteu llet jrJe an age of progress aid improe MARY CALDWELL, j sanity, and !nnd evil but she is iMiforeing that and unboltell, Susrurs, Cffes, Mwlasses, frozen to death, for their relief, I urgently recom- ?hc meut. , "t Kr., Austtst 3, 1HS&. vigor. Rice, Mackerel, Kraut, jtc, ic. Delmonico was the proprietor ,. mend prompt action by Congress! ?, law with eommuudnble. of "" m im . . lletidqiciriers for Salt, Lime and Cenient. .!., jijiuou rrstaurani uennnsr ins to enable the recommendations of , v trood laws have been enact- . i Ma n me . T, Our Bridge on the port, iventucKV scorn crop W. D1ESTELBRIKK name in New York r0.i u, (,.. Legislatures of different gtacled firming friend sth dad us fuilr j the Secretary of War and Navy points forward of theabout and' was 7o,000,)00 bnsluls. iuS. up mth beam TfT" ecps fresh beer on tap, ail the time. to be carried out without dela." States, only to remain dead let , - ici: m: ,.,. hi ', il,.. T ; ailOlf. oOO Mirds UlSWllll. Olio uu- Willaert cuatonirK promptly and rm iln Farming tagleasnto, FisId'Sseis, &c, Tfi:i i. ro i i:ht. cr- mediately struck. I ordered the.; Com rom :the Dniuw reurteouily: Morsimi Irroxniicc. i no : more than mane me ittws. pAee to Tho Senat oiial deadlock at .n: iun-lli.- . onuiuc reversed and sho backed CVJIIIJl!-to- Vllltl 11.U11 V.U1I1 I" i?m.. 'no NOtrouble to hHmu all articles, hot sa which t will aell i low at eny one. C'cmrrci.!.' ako goodi. constitution proMtles other inslru- - Gite us nii call before bnvio? elsewhere. Frankfort ren nh:s unbrokeiK The "uimillr Mormon papers don't like about twice her length. The nnciome and see, ct lhe corner of 'rvy The for their en- Iast vcar's wool dip,exeecdfd ments and oflk-er3 I'OW ELL k URO; f uncus U!ot again Monday night, and Moscow Arenue. Eat Mick urn, Kj Gov. Murray's message. Their steamer immediately stopped and that of 1882 bv 2O,OO0,lKK) pound.-- . torcemeut. The Legislature of I orderod the jib hoi.sted and enbut the ballot did not show any comments arobold, malignant and would do n wise and 7 Ii Cases of tvphoid J r . are rP- - Kentucky 25cts Lower than the Lowest . . change in the vote. The impudent. They talk about at- - deavored to head her to the limn v WHvk to ii!tirt sltmhir lnws WMMUVXVU ilLU but north, ,...,... sho tilled forward and ported among 1 ennsylvpa cattle- - j l( xh l hnra do elerk expn;ss no dors rent nml HOIIU. oth. h (iooT T ballot stood as follows: lGlftn ". i:..,wi T,.,.t Oft ,W.,. B. mid pay cab for all tar Groceries, and, " Steam ilow are bemg verv sm- -! er States, for the suppression of followers of the impostor, Joe 1,rlu" "V1 lu i"1" William rU; IMackburn, lo, and and therefore can sell as cheap at the cheap-eaBrig-haSmith, and the bad ami Meiott.s literature. It etssafullv introduced fnfo Dakota.! Kest hrunds of Wittenberg and Lone E i in is Sweeney, 21. " 'Wessary to a oung, have had their own TOLD THE rASSBXGEKS TO KEEr . to outfit..e, be done, and wlnn done Star Flour, '2o cents cbmprr thnu the low-a- u Cs.pt. aTolia C. CrifSjfe, COOL It is now stated tint .thirtv ner-- t ..... ......t choice III. It is stated tJiat Black-burn'- s way so long that they believe the JOHN WITTING. . , , UICKWA TTAV1N0 HF.ICK.NEl-T- O imiiiniiwiiii"i"" i.i.v.i.....iii ' Mormon lobby at Washington and get their life preservers. I sons lost tneir lives uj tnc ottrning")0 8oento bv the proper oiueers. 1 j rfsprrifully iinuouucfJ is lU pub-friends arc weakening, ic And hix old euMnm rj. ilmt he 'iu We Indeed, it will b- - the fluty of ov- while 'YUHame friends are jubi strong enough to prevent inter- next told tho otlicers on deck to of the Belleville convent. . i found civer (ungiU L'rug Sorv, Cliuhm ference with their infamous sys- jret the boats ready. The steam JAM IM liOtilOIi. cry citizen w no iee;s a propor la Other than milch ?:ows jir00, hint. .. tem. Their attacks upon Gov. er settled down aft and righted ktXTl'CKT, j Strict, Hickman, K IIICKMA-t- . A' 'ternst in the .. future of the vounjr iM wi And is tearii in Br( ih i uttlic ia VU a.ii u.e can tern inccoun- niun. i fiirmv Oimilf? hi nn inrtMitivrt to i It was blowing very hard and nl aroIIlld ,lu.IIlf KEicrsKsrira line ' try are west of the M&appi J FULL LIKE OF SAX TLBS For th- past . tom-fiv- o joara.i...iwiiniw.t ....... ;.. fmnw tn heavy sea was running. W'e river. ) H,e j;a. hai ,.tn.s aM t..forced ' ...... ... vj,.ww v .....-- .. .. ......... iii-s J VST JtECJiJ ruD. . uuijia ntOSL Ol tllO U'fl. ii:nr WV'l o. b .' the A French microsconwt & " B. S., ix out tliis ITfili evil, wnicu Is launohed port,capsized. boat, which j German ior is aiFctd bv suvs the in spirit and lettor. LetroMilt laws HASntlMBP mm akd 'roclti'itinllon hr ttir Governor The son will oAAUlA the moral immediately tritslina1 be enacted. ol gootl rii earners J. t . imiice to me was breaking over . . ,fcftc.n i..lir. be Mire to follow. "VT"X "i"KvsS-aTimnorrsnrwifvon ' tllf, Chntim Strret,) tho rnrtcd Stat es. r.'; Hell Gate wuc" BanK laws ofMormon domination is all- - deck and the stern beintr under . Fifteen millions in 178d.iu"V. "vHr' channel, and Tennessee, Nashville, are! The water, we were forced to go upon flOfl III in ,. Al'lt: Cll Mlirt..rt In lirt .... ,i;.,ir.V ..;., .. .. ,4 lw .,., , I stanl ' owned tu America, andmore than HU1" powerful under the existing Ter ithc top of the houses. Wlicren it has been mndr known to me .,,,.,,! HEILCRS IX to pay ' ritorinl bvMpiiiIIoC covcroment. j there tint we wen-- iinailv obliged a million mu?t be bred, annually to by Jt. S Miirrtfll. CoUnt j?y"'fli Work line to oriler. KooSn imUe nt Kn im r??,.".:i bo:,rK lintiRh troop. Nearly $100,000 .Tho United Stafos Govornmcnt is1 to takti to the rWhur. the mute ELS- -- tSa. JSL 1$& GJSz to eounty. tiut in nr mIwiii tliz 21th d.iy ol fclitttnj;, Ac.,;i keep up the supply. I l : . . . .1 i... ii. . . "r! "' . November, lN$t in the cotintv of Ku ton, ;i secondary potver in Ltah, but second mate, cuiet engineer anc Mate of Kentucky HILLSMN Ki Frank James is novit n bond, J nava the bills. The Governor of fourth enjrineer took to a raft. anu ajia.m.v m.u were ni'irufreii iy the search, but nothing of valuo Utah, although appointed by the! think theatcamer struck on alone but it is not thought haw ill lie to EIOKMAN MARBLE WORK home peivon or iivrMitii tiiiknoKn and ihat has been recovered. A New York PrcBident of the United States rock. .! j ikji Km or j.ehOii. unknown are nov stand another trial beiug very low HICKMAN, KT. wrecker, who thonpht of trying and confirmed by the Senate, is fug'iivt fniin justirt; going t lare; :'ul Tho Captain iB positivo he with consumption. xnl I iinlfi li:l l in' I iluimijT.ilt'cl itl.T :i ithis luck, went to London audgave practically stripped of all power, struck outside the buoy, and in 1ES J Z:S3:iaataK.aJ5- - war-- be t UiT the Jipjrfhe"it of Miitl a lawyer 500 to look up the his- and nccebsarily becomes either backing drifted timide. "Yes," the Nebraska firmer unknown lugittre or tory of the" linear. Tho ronnlt tho easy tool of the Mormon, or. Thp oiricorK of the enttor De-;- - "barbed wire fenee is pxpenivc; ' SOHM, l. Xow, tlterefiirV 1, J I'roetor Knott tv-ernTTie bloM I the foundation cf was a report that no such money if ho is an independent man of' ter furnished the following, state- - but the hired man doesn't stop to , d life, it circulates through trtrj part Italian and American Maiiblx l.ere- of thea CVmin'onivealth oxo ofil-reward of FIVKilUNUltKU had ever been on board the vc- - convictioiiH, is niado tho tarzet of i ment: About V2:M) we sighted a' feet everv tiuu he has t climb it." and imlcs it is puxt of the bodj, l0.LMlSl"-- r the apprehriivon and " and rich, good health is impowflble. 0i. .. Keep the very and mki of Hpr. froli MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRATE their glanders u. :.. conspiracies. vessel ashore mmon the reef neari! Little bv little, the etent inanu- of ?aid unknoirn murderers of If die5 has entered -- the system t s .. ,.....? rr....i mid cool and poltc and nt ten tut' clcrku to :...i ...... i.i. - i t. STONES. Jt U W IIIU OlUII1LLSMAN KlNUandAMVNUA KIN't.; Al in a" HUliUiilu Jll Ulll I lUIHICBI UilJH IICUU. the enly tun and qcick cay lo drtvs . Biifcwiw.i , siiuuTioi,. . fadtunnir niononohhts of the north 8orc ctialouierd. - In tcxtiniony whcrtf, I have hereIt cut U to purify and enrich the i.-i;j-.. r .. , a. rr au.i iiiub mv iciiiuiuiin. jti-- 1 ill" ii tnui; mm i received a fine lot of Amer. Wood. HATING Italian Marble, I am pre- nnio "ttiny han I, and cnnl tho ruuum "v"111' uaH u,Bmni0U!defung heads of the Mormon ning. As we approached we iiuri are awaking up to the ttnit that the saw the Conininnwenlth to be Thes simple fact are well suit against Sheldon, late Register j Church are able to perpetuate their j tho osael was a steamer, and the South ia fast becoming a formidable nired to fill all orders. Call and examine J affixed I Done nt Frankfort, the Icnovro, and the highest medical nr work of tho Land Office, to compel tho j sensual monopoly, strengthen their waves were rival. H. A. & R. T. Tyler -- 5th day in anthoritie agre that nttking bet Orders front tho country promptly of our Lord one ot Decemlier,hundred nm thousand eight iron will restore the Wood to ks payment oi moneK collected, by nom upon im- uuuics aim souih ui ukjsaking ovekheb. may2S Fence cutting is to be made a fel i eighty three, and in the ninety, second year i... r natural condition; and also that iium.,i:i ui puopie . uiiom Sheldon and never paid over to a AVc aliCiI0re(i on her starboard ony and the killing of afman in the! of the Commonwealth. all the iron preparation hitherto on the part of tho qiBrtcr o0 or .'500 yards away. act of cutting a fence justifiable horsadc blacken the teeth, cause the State. This is tho same Shel interference J I'KOCTOH KNOTT. LOWER and LOWER. Ry the Governor.and arc otherwise Injurious. C active ' The cutters boat was at once micide in Texas if the hill which dis-jb- 0 don who was engaged in tho ihr removed from tho J. A McKeNJE, Secretary State. Brows'6 Iros Bittim HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, by fie men, All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, Segraceful row with Cecil the prc-- j center of the civilization of our lowered and manned Rhodes, who has been reported becomes a law. and quickly assimilate rit& in charge of Lieut as cheap as the cheapest. I will net be the blood, pnnfying and streagthea-lo- g NOTICE. ent Agister, and also sometime; comurj - mai iwj uave tuns inr brought off seven men. A return JOHN YlTTiNG. The New York Sun says the reATTEND TO ALL HUSINESS it, and thus driTe disease from On or about tho 24th of November ISPS a F?01?11 trip was made and one man brought ports abont Payne's connection prc ious with Mr. Bovd, his dep-- ! entrusted to their care. any part of the system, and h will c the uudenigned, offered ft rewapl of their investigation Office Millet Bloak. no blacken the teeth, cause headS500.00, for the Mrret of the murderer ol" Lieut Kennedy with the Standard Oil Company nty. These trading politicians are- f'ontrrcss, and have srown arro- - to tho vessel. y noT8-'7- 8 ache or constipation, and is our father Jlillmnn King and Amanda Payne gig, are dispatched in BAMILY dangerouslo trust, and tlierc are j gant in their strength. The prcs-- j was thon men, and took tho four is anfalse; and further, thatPendlenot injurious. Kirr: siid reward Ia now withdrawn, and improvement upon off with font Si wtm j the pub'ic will take notice tho Adniinis'ra. more of the same knid at r.mk - ,ent uougress imisi cousiuer the or five men. Meanwhile the life- ton. , tor has d a rewnrd of S100D 00. 13. G. Saved his Child. fort. Men who will trade andl .uormou qiiuruiuu in u pracucai boat transferred several men to llE:rivrrciir, C. L. St. Louis is making strenuous efbefore the country on or go (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) AHTHUR KING, 17 V. Zaunr St., Bilthaert, Md. trafric in g convention need watch way,charge of willful and inexcusa- - the cutter, and at length the rig- forts to have the next National De, tW Feb. tho A. N. KING. All kinds of ging was cleared of survivors. Genu: Upoa tht rrccmuwfxl ing to prevent their stealing from ble neglect. ATTORNEY AT LAW rxc. list. tioo ef a friend t lnd BowV in about four fath- mocratic convention held in tint The vessel sank STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES tonic as the State after they got into office. lux TJrrmsray lUnehier, and rewhoa oms of water, and the railing on eity. They propose to raise 27,500 storative for Vnrty'.lioTcmoiit x.ooo Tlir house, at bet I was thoTODluT connnetd was Walington Syei UI tn nncfiu.ilt KiwjHirrr her bow was the onl portion of for" the purpose of defraying the exCollector, Real Estate Agenl usually kept in a ii the Aitmini''trator ot Hills-ma- n wsstlag away with Coraumptlon. lorn prices. Tlio bnuirtvillu Commercial senHa ring lost three Us(htc by tba King, pay One Thousand Dola.3 Tho frco trade ection of tho the hull visible. Wo found men penses of the convention. TEAS, tarrible dixass. uaJtr tht care of FXXCr CAXDIES, sibly urgespon tho Legislature conviction of HICKMAN, KY. Democr;atic partem control ofji" tho fore and to p rigging. It , cnlncot phrsldam, I was loth to PICKLES for the arrest and munlcred ,iaid the prrou The employees of the postoftlcc o took to matters of general imcould arrest Kinit and tMUrre that anrthinz QUITS nr pcroni who Representatives are, was imposnible to row over the 31 IN 1 CRAXBEIUIIES, 110 notified by ths (regress of the disease, but, to portance and not ilitter away the the House of admit his wife at their home, near Hickman, Ky.. t&? Will attend promptly t0 all bug. rigging, as the boats would have department have been that the purrrjr rrat rarpriss, before bit (UugHthe latter part of November, lbfe'.t. Cad tahen one bottle of Ssowx' Kcsston with bills thr.t cm be at- now ready to elect, that they do been pounded to pieces. ness entrusted him in Sotithwesleri 3Ci3C The the postmaster general a President of; not expect to Xaoic Drrrass. she bejan to aeai Refer to AmbcrgV Son. Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee tended to by tho County Courts, tho hereafter and now qsile realorcd lo fbraer States'-oJ A STL BBS, Adm'r. their plat-- 1 "cn in tne rigging wcro loreoti to chase of lottery tickets sufficient Special attention given to the investiga- SiiKar, CoJTccSj, Soaps, kcahX. A fifth dsaghtsr becaa to and culls on tha State press to formunitedyear, Oat Hickman, Ky, Dec. 7, I83. show sitas of Consumption, and next that by ISSO'J"1"!' i tbc sea and wo caught will be regarded ad tion of Land titles, and tho purchase protest ugainst local legislation. when the phrsician was connoted Wil not be undersold. T JanE they will lune thq'country so edu-- ! them as they arose to the surface grounds for removal. sale af Real Estate. nt rileklf said "Tonics were re-f 'hnnhit Sjirrfatur. Will paj full price for Butter, EgB'i ;" and when Informed that catcdup to their doctrines that, and pttllcd them into the boats, The polygamous .... .. i.., .... - .,,, - Sharp ..'.'. inT'T:.11 i " ae cider sister was uhtreEcomi't bcliovo every paper lu Ken- they will surely win. This doelara-- j Some mcu could not swim, but Ikoh Brrrzxs, respondod "thai ts informed his priests at Salt Lake a geed tooic, take it." tucky has urged this view, and tion was nv.uhto-daby the eonn- - nearly every one in tho rigging City last week that, Sale and Livery Stable. THE BARTER GROCERY- Asoaast Phwjs. lrom what he was saved. the average candidate- for Legis- dential private secretary of Speak-o- r Lad heard at Washington recently, Curlisle. lative honors, tcm a lundtiht!, Brown's It ot Brmais cffectnal. KcntucUj'K K3PJi;itlm I,nng. if the Almighty did not pilot the 'TITR. 7J. M. MONTGOMERY, Meanwhile with so long a wait if cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and outstrips the newspapers in vigo- - in prospect, tho new outtit is not Afhlnn.l (Ky.) Exprrfs to his friends and the public that ' Mormon ship she would surely sink. & the greatest Weakness, and readers tin has opened a new and fresh supply of) rqus denunciation "of the time idle. Tho Sew York Sun pub- - Wo believe our exemption laws, reef and benefit to persona safiering One hundred and THI CHEAT thousand ll kinds of Fa milt GxocEBibs. which bei j1 aiL1i .. a ,4 Art KENTUCKY STUEET, lLlp LUU.1Y. ...?XT. UUUUIU'lLflU'JU enacted for humane and benevo- - lives were lost last thirtyby earthfrom such wasting diseases as Coa nnl .IKNIUN .LZLUll a. LUH, KlNMIIirH JiaUUA 4h lni lent purposes should be so amen-- x WI i OUU III t will sell as low as the lowest He is rea year Through Trunk Line Ccoapltattf. etc. wuaptien, JCidscy dy at all times to exchange Groceries at of local bills that can be attended ' emphasis, the ,pro"gnimme which && as ks conatantlj on hand for hire ca?h prices for Butter, Ejrg, Chickens or instead of specifying what l quakes, fires, cyclones, .. iflol MovriKntB nartv has man-- i KEEPS sale by the county court but when any kind of marketing that ihti fanninr articles of houselold gooTls and and other accidental means. War Q friends may bring in. The highest marHORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. se.xtod as u member the measure other articles should be exempt, pestilence, etc., would run the list iii.rnrrin fmmmc in now Hating purchased the stable, horsr. ket price always paid. say what property of aspeci-follow- up to astounding figures. o" his tSt'icsiu'tmhip is to secure i completely developed and it is as J.W. MONTGOMERY & BKU. and entire outfit of W. B. Plummer, ' and i no" value should bo oxempt; the passage of a few ''local bills." The prohibition of American propose to continue the bn9tness, and LIST OF BARGAINS. i nA .MTntA ii.. iifin frniiiiiii gimg io mo unionunaie ueoior l)0r rie"0U3ly curtails the food sup- - , solicit patronage j Prices Reduced articles he claims nn dor the I'nr A.SntJrt ....nor.1?,, to o,..;,. nw on the the LU About 20 acres of land near corporation 111 n8uch wliieh thi-i-i be more P ? Hickn.,n, known an blocka ISw. C.ovemment work upon tho Hw, w nml the nest Presidential' Down they provement of Hot Springs creek 'contest is to turn on that issuo ..pstauit equal in its operation; ami ." .'"'" """-- ' 0 sntl V, lrontmg on rivLT. runniiiL' Ljck tu ofl it ia evident there the wiUn line. l.ah been irtually fcUKpei.ded. Jt' simplv. As certain lor protection iu oner to help helplcBS women countries WHMGrtekaagsaKiwitSi S UirhaW Dray and llarniw. about new, cieaP, p 1p- U claimed tliat only 3,000 is left are counted Save 'ew ; d clnjdrcn. lmvmjr drunken, or is no other source winrn-frnset BntchcrV Too'h, and all JJicencw SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE olTtho;ori-in:- tl s meat shop. appropriation for' York. Pennsylvania, Sew Jersej otlierxn.se worthless husbands mand can be supplied. fixtures for EEPS all kinds of stapla and fancy Trom Mfmrhli, Milan, and IlBEiboldt to th Hughes and tho :omplctinn of the work, and (and Ohio. tho Southern and fathers, buci husbands should All The Gould of ratlwaVS J8 I largely below cost deprived of the right to dispose about make, twrt lurtUer aid will be rerjueated from 'states are regarded as safe for "We nro offering onr Fancy Flonr, to open a oftelegrYpby. A bargHin. . property , .... ,n.i Pii:ir.r. !.. !.. wis . v ...mv,. nf!f... C4t4lJ, Jk.l lW J.W Pinf.tnml of iany of the i exempted :.. Dossessinff all the Droporties of a " ,tiViV :: i ui ... i.r.. iviui :,. ova nnimt. unless .. :.k uiu ti,,, ......... huiik. in wniftti vnnnrtrrn ivtiiKo iuiuu ing Mill, known athe White Mill, inFlour and Conrccttoneries. Will be pleased to ks'o. 2 wli eat, sweet, Btrongand tin- - PfllllllN UAllO aboracltit-toLen-Chang rrom .......J....t3..... .....UG ,nnrt All.the raacbinerr bcloninp to the Hick. l. rULLrnfltl P1RC ., .. , ; customers, nnd will both suit rrnv- ... i. ...r .!..... i i..w?.. sirrued bv the wife and the Tills, and bat on ckaaga to prinHpal or long me- iee hi old rn3D,forale at asoag-fh- ort mi and see' jKlmtenueu, at o.o0 per barrel. them in price Rnd quality. Cull j b. given situation. o Uej-Sto W t tin proceed. NORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIES. r. fa Z tre, as yon maj wili. ua. 'Quick Sales and Small rrofitl. 'Choice FamilT, pure and sweet, itb knife attacbracnt-- . nines as tueir services may be need- - Corn" Crufil-or- , likuly thai Congress will make a ' 193 ont ortho needed SOI riccto- jan4tf '85.25. Family $4.75. X 83.25. Won't be undersold THREEBytKIiHaa.makriMc DAILY TRAINS A fun Window Frames, Sash .nu Joist, further appropriation until an in- - ml votes iippohrhit to elect a! Cincinnati is making an earnest cd. Ono barrel of Flonr, together left oer from builihng. for nalc. relitigation ia had, which is earn-- i candidate. "Wisconsin, Jowsi, Xe-- 1 effort to get the Democratic con-estl- y There is a very strong sentiment' Many otber aricles too numeroui to men-tiiitvith other goods bought of tis at STUB CCISEC-I05- S ISO QTJKXEtT TIME desired by a majority of tho'braska, Illinois and Kansas are vention. Committees have been among Western Congressmen in faWANTED. Uamc time, deliTered FUEE. atejttremely low rrieee. gjrjt .' ai' --JL&7P eoxaro-cr- . citizens. The general feeling is 'put dowu as doubtful, with strong' appointed and aro actively at Call to tee i and learn what bargain yon ow is your time to lay m a Sekinc hemes on the Corn, either shelled, or ear corn shurUl year's supply rHinDIHTC Un o( thl read will that there has beu crookedness frco trade probabilities in the case work. Of the fund of $13,000, vor of inaugurating retaliatory can get- of Flour. I O Lmlllnlin low rata. We are prepared to shell sack and ship measures against Germany and Don't forptttbatwc are PclIrngFlonr. ac special receiva in the matter, but it is thought to of the first three named States. subscribed to secure tho Kepubli- ee Ar'Btt of tbi CcmrnT fer rate, roots cording to quality, GO cents lower per bar- corn for parties vho winh it, or o recede I Fancy Flour rotailed .at- 3 cents. .be coiifiued to priniiuent Govern-- j KKII Tho managers "f thi new party can convention, 68,000 will be France, ou account of thq.actiou of rel tlmn any other hoiwe in town. I'll IV . c. P. ATM0RE, G. P. 4?T. A. e.. or write bv rhtr, sacked corn. Coin ami, forward ' t.- e -- - P B dec" 1"? LnuUvtH- -. sty. t. meut oflicials mare than to tho urge, aceonfin- - to the Sun, that transferred to tho Democratic these countries in making war Lime and Cemeut at reduced prices . sacKB ior faic, ixo rOiVKLLfcBRO.' . . atr.iitiat tltf American boga: coat . POWELLS UKO. the centre of population is going committee 'Lhe body of Charles Delmonico. j the neighborhood of the entrance J J ""J, U"; w J , How Stock HagHette j, ' '" J rir-nli- I f ,lr( ' llatheinatics, the Natural Scicue?,UnLat, S rule. j I v - - mm ; d Mk .a, ., 1 '?',,, 'L? wubrcrCin -- , ! t--. BEER SALOON H. F. FETHE, Groceries .. -- .. f..iial-Uin-- i. Family Groterie. s feb&-'S- i . I fifty-secot- nl '"."" t..i. much-married ! It. BREVARD, m t. ..,..,. 1 .. : , i I , , -- - .!.. I 1 x J j iimTggriffc d il'-nde- -- -- t thst ' mmi HHSA : of-hor.-- 500 213WAED. f -- -- ! . i -- PLAIN , I TRUTHS TIVOLI HALL. I -- - ollt-rti- Jos. Prop'r. ( DKA-.-.- R ur aforej-sti-l- - r .:tiei ai . 'i::i eyti-vitti- oii , -t -- - I 1 J"J tht-ye- ar ii.i head-ach- e, Attorneys at Law, - ill tnor-OBgh- ly f und-rsol- d. ?llccTffi,rf - poai-tlrel- brocbry ss - HANDLE m JUDGE. firsl-ola- oti-re- ?r-- isi:wak! MISCE-MY.AAT- -l n 1 "JO &. ---- Bis-ho- p - ...- -- y - Fakis Paeker, announ-RiTXc- es s - i 11 1 , ship-wrec- . . I s: -e fc rt i InK-stlritflo- 1 Xi-- J !; -- J'-J- j ,,".. -- En-rlan- .f Lii P.' ! ! m ! ucc-rjr- , firrt-ola-- J. W. ROGERS, fyLOUBJ GKOCEEIES, Go!'! FLOUR! l I i., . ss, i.'tln-.'ffs.H- .v , '2 r S STmmov. 't t NORTH & EAST u-- l.-- 1 . I .V- v- rat-tors- .v . "PiiWT