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'v - . -- a J? - M, jm Job-Printi- ng EXECUTED r - With Neatness and Dispatch; ENVELOPES, LETTER-SE-AuIDSj bills, ' - ' . GEORGE WAKBEN, Editor. The OhlostNcM'Cpnperin Western Koutuekv. !!., """ H' jtri '- Price of Subscription, $2. ,4 ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1884 - YOL.MX.--N0- . ETC., ETC, 19. O.W.X.XJ SCHOOL VZVX 8H3 TJflU ic- - JJALLAD OF THE SEVEX-l"'- f, "Will's wife was summoned from the dairy to receive her visitor. She had "TEENTE CENTURY. met Clara before .and welcomed her ' ." TH DUMB MAID- ,.. with a smile and a cordial pressure of Oil, TUB the hand. YOUXG GALLANT THArAS'D. "I thought,of couree, jtu would have Aycninj-ma- n did unto The Doctor's skill was been over to see me before now,'' said hern wooing1 come, likcwiso with her Clara, reproachfully. M But tfrhe pretcndedi try"! did intend to come," said Mra. hor t sinuch that sho was.Tho Doctor ho sotrun. Toii!-n- e dumb. ' on tho But when thoy both In Sho Chatters now, and Will., apologetically, bnt I was up marriage bund were net crxvill have done. last night darning the children's stock. tyd.-ings until past midnight." To aCqw Tune, call'd "Dum, dum, dum; or, She had dropped into a chair, with a my own Country." etc 'I would I were in hand prosced to her side, a palp, " " Licnis'd'and Jltdet'd according to Onlcr. spiritless-lookincreature, Jirith All you that pas alonp, her abundaut brown hair huddled' into 'Giro ear nnto my tang, Conecnilny a youtli a net, a large crash apron tied around That was young; young-- yountr; her waist, and sleevea rolled up high And of a Maiden fuir FeiT with hor mlsht compare. ,9 above the thin elbows that had once But alack, and alas, she been round and dimpled, tens dumb, dumb, dumb. "Alice," said Clara, " tell mo what She was txauteous. fresh and pay. and whatyon 3'ou have dono Like the p?aaut tiowers In May, do other days. Aunt 'Ktjziab. is holdAnd her cheek-- weroas round ns a pluia, plijin, plum; ing you up as a model to me, and 1 She was neat in every part. want to hear what it is that you have And sho stole awny his heart. actunllv .oniiilUiiiil ." But alack, and alas, she ( , ? .taw aujup. ouiho, auutii.m l 'LiLl&&1tKHB At tefKth thte CelutyTOado, eaueu mis pretty iiaia. .anu ne xinaiy conuuetea her home, home, home. Thus In her Beauty bright Lay his whole Delujht, But alack, and alas, she ii teas dumb dumb, dumb. t , a Now will I plainly show .What work this Maid could do, Whloh a pattern may be for trirls young-- j oungv younjr. O she both day and night In working took delisht. But alack and alas, she teas dumb, dumb, dumb. She coulubrew and sho could bake, She could wash, wring and shake. She could sweep the house with a broom, broom, broom: Sho could knit and sew and spin, And could do any such like thing', Hut alack, and ala, the tea dumb, dumb.dumb. But alas this man did go, The Doctor's skill to know, Saying: Sir, can you cure a Woman of tho Dumb? O it is the easiest part That belongs to my Art, For to 011 re a Woman of tho dumb, dumb, dumb. . To the Doctor ho did hor bring. And he cut berChattering-string-- , And he set her Tongue on In tho morninor ho did ri Ami eho filled his house with cries, And sho rattled In hu fans lfko a drum, drum, drum. To tho Doctor he did go With his heart well BlVd with woo. Crying. Doctor. I am undone, done. done. Now she's turn'd a scolding- Wife, And I'm weary of my life, caunut make Xot Itongue, tongue,her hold tongue. her - tho run, run, run. . Tho Doctorthua did say: .When she went from mo away, She was jwrfectiy cured off tho dumb, dumb. dumb. But it's be ond the Art of Man, Let him do the bet he can. For to make a coldinc Woman hold her tongue, tongue, tongue. lleiarn you back a?ain And take you tho Oyl of Hazel strong; "With it anoint her body round. When she muxes the Iloue te sound, So porhaps you may charm her tongue, tongue, tongae. 1FK So as you to me came Jfete Athlon, Tlumor, Seventeenth CcntHrj and Satire of the " Or. a. . CLAKA'S WAY; Declaration of Indcprndencp. Hazelnut Farm was at its prettiest when Clara Field came to live there. The old house, with its square, gable-end- s porch, d anU greon blinds glimmered white through the emerald freshnea of the mnple trees; tho grass was purpled all over with wild violets, and the dim old woods on the mountain side were embroidered with a Aud the pretty thousand "llower. young bride, standing ou tho rustic bridges that spanned the brook, with tufts of lilies on her breast, looked up nt the ristnsr moon and drew a lousr , sigh of contentment. .nO.John. how beautiful this is!" ' she said, softlv. "How happy we shall ' be. Wo can walk in the woods and gather wild Sowers trtul ferns, aud we can row on the river, and have readings on sketch all these e quisite bits of eenery. and ljfe will be like a beautiful dream." .l6hn Field whistled rather dubied vine-cover- ed ntfwly-painto- "Of course it will, my dear," said he. "And I'm glad ou like the old. place. HutT rather think there'll be something to do' besides read and row and sketch' (The nc,'fmorning, when Clara came down to breakfast in a white bunting dressjvilh cherry ribbon bars all over d it, Aun "Keziah looked at her in surprise. . "My dear," said she, "If you and tToljn yqect to get on in the world you'll have to keep earlier hours than owl-eye- ously. ' .this." . "Why, Aunt Keziah, it3 onlv seven o dock," said Clara, artlessly glancing "'fij up at the clock. "Humph!" remarked Aunt Keziah. as she "placeil the broiled ham on the table, each slice surmounted by the golden disk of a delicious fried "John's brother William, lives on the n8t farm, and Aw wife has been up since daybreak, I'll go bail." "Since "'daybreak? ' echoed Clara. "Why, what can sho possibly find. to busy herself with?" "Just exactly what you oujht to busy lyoMrseTwjlh," said Aunt Keziah, taking .&;pan of buttermilk biscuits out of the oven, and filling the crooked handled little pitcher with thick, clotted cream. "A. farmer's wife can't sit down and fold her hands, unless she wants to ruin her husband outright." 'Clara looked piteouslv at Aunt Kezi-ah- 's inexorable face, but she asked no more questions. After breakfast, however, she put on her little gypsy hat, jyith its drooping brim, and its wreath of "daisies. "John," shosaid to her husband, who was busy giving directions to his farm hands. ."I am going across the mead-pw.t- o see Will's wife." Johnlookcd at his young bride rather e. -- "Xre 3ou, pet?" said he. "Don't you think it would bo a good idea to help Annt Keziah in tho pantry?" Clara laughed and shook her head. "She is all tied up in pockeUhand-ierchief- s and whitewashing, V sxiU she; "I can't whitewash." t?My mother always did all the whitewashing that was done in tho place sntil sho died," remarked John. . !tWhat was your father thinking of that ho didn't hire some man to do it for.lier?" asked Clara, biting her lips. ('People out this way do their own f Wofir," observed John" Field, a little siortlj. 'lironey doesn't grow on every: bush like blackberries, and tho women of Hazclfield are taught to be proud of thejr industry and thrift." "Gbira shrugged licr shoulders, and tripped lightly over the dewy meadow to when the pretty home of her brother-in-law, William Field, nestled in a grove of ancient elnisjand sycamores. "If this is life in the country." said the bride to herself, "I think I'll jfo back to teftcbiEar in the city." bib-apro- d&uhtfully. strong for a year, so heavy wn- tha TTfidilin-- r Tashlens Among Canadlun' THE DAIRY. strain. Aud not year you' will probPeasant. lTt,n ?a . . ...... ably have undertaker' bills to py into na ,nsxfn r .r aii: ti" - iiuiid the bargain." The chisf social event of their lives ia H&mdked the udder eau b .idlv re- "No I won't," said Will., resolutely. a wedding almost the onlv set occa- - i,0Jed by inserting a small qunl at "I'll try John's way, and see if it will sionof fettthUies. The urit'--t then per- - each end, first dinned in oil. into the brighten Alice and tho children un a utile dancing among relathes, and id- - pont of the teat. ' little." lows unusual expenses to be incurred. $ T"t is common in some quarters to "Call it Clara's wy." said John But. to legin at tlio boys US(5pny kind of salt for Imtter. but un Field, laughing; "for she is the origi- wind girls generally stv but little of one- Iptho best be used the butter will be nator of tho whole thing." another, separated :s the are in col- - Ipipior. and neces.sanh will sell low. "It's a sotwiblo way, anyhow," said leges and convents, and 'subsequently t economical to procure iod salt for Will., "whosever it may be." Having bat formal meetins-.- . rloseiy i"S,'i purposes. For Clara had oonvorled them both. supervised by parents. The prk-- dii IIHw British Medical Journal savs y. I'. Ledger. n shall in- vet y short cugs drink filthy water for its saline It generall-- , &ts l.uS- &3tfi. and iimiw.c , .ntUnto.ln ti... Xot Up on Science. u lew months: ensrain-ineiit. ..1 are madd Shano nt w.i. ii. i. - w " an 7tii atii 0111111 a t.. very much after the pecuniar-- , interests COWs. ami w He sat by the stove in a Michigan iimiwun it would followed France, and theni.irriagi'i" uu miml .'..- - ia Ui be ..-had. .1., avdnitc grocery store for full twenty generally in occur at from eighteen to place where ao water minutes before speakiug. He spread twenty-tw- o years of age. I3B attract the cow to that locality. out his legs to encirole :ts much of the A wiuouerot this place recent ly wiMH5iin rnn.il nrfon of rd1M- - I ten lire as possible, drew his sleeve across to spend the ,;- iy?i evening with a Merchants "should ua saapnou hi nose at regular intervals, and there whose sister was an old maid neighbor. no.1 whom was a itrong smell of burning one had thought of marrying, WJm mmi'Mi Hjiii Twiror :is hi' tinallv looked uu at tlu JtUjfUliohouMhfeiibxt)tJierufb3t wen a ti m A , n u rn tlHMMMHNMENHNlff nrkJU' anil there is not a particle 01 TTiaFhe should mam her. They reshrink ag1. There would be me "Can "YhTOiarlSj'tellWthat I causes a 3011 tell ?" why combustion turned to the house and went together Wtor more cheese consumed if mor-biniwh draught to her bed, in one corner of the room, am a good worker And I 00 Rot be "No, sir!" was the prompt repby. and woke her up. Holding the candle mstteiof price. reasonable iqion the along well, for m husband has laid up TV Dairyman. "It's positively wonderful how ignor- up to his face he said: a deal of money at interest, and we W notice hi our contemporaries ant the masses aro on scientific sub, take a good look at haven't had a hired girl in the hou.-,"Mile. G many 'n-- t ructions to the in two years. You see I rise at four jects," continued tho man as ho helped me; I'm rather worse than 1 seem by cream kept too cold will ettect that not churn himself to au apple. "Can tell me candle-ligh- t, o'clock e'very morning one can accomand I've nine Mnall chilOur experience has always sun really why this isinglass in vour stove is not dren, and not a great deal of land. resdily plish so much before the been tint cream should be kept cold, Will you marry me?" gets hot This morning I churned consumed by the heat?" to 63 degrees in cold weath"I guess it's because 'ou'keep all the strained and She rubbed her eyes still half asleep, but raied twenty pouuds of butter, er iwmnJiatelv before being churned heat off !" was the neering reply. looked him over .1 moment, and said: skimmed the milk, scalded the pans, in a rtm not colder than ) degrees "You are a liar, tir, and you say that " Ves." fed the little pigs, and the young turto maktthe bet butter and to have the and got to excuse your ignorance! Now, then, keys and ducks and chickens "Theu be read next Tuesday." In another ea"e, the day after tbo butter ojme in less than thirty minutes. the breakfast for Will., two hired men what pressure does water exert on the Amerxan Duiri)ait. human body at a doptli of sixty feet9" banns of marriage had been published and tho children." Uihh cows are generally doing "I'll exert a pressure ou your body here, the intended found h s betrothed "Stop a minute," said Clara, who double vork at this etson. and should with intent eyes ol if 3'ou call me a liar again!" exclaimed crying Ify the window. had been listening the grocer. "What do 31m want here3" be fed aid cared for accordingly. It is " hai'- the matter. Maria?"' interest. "So Will has hired men?" "I want to ask if you understand the "Well, Baptist, my sister Louise folly to mlk a cow up to within a few "Yes, he always keep3 twoln sumdays of talving; it is rsnmug the aniwants very much to marry, mer and oue in winter," explained principle by which b'irds lly." "You get out of this! 1 have no older, and it's her turn hrt. And mal maciine at a reckless speed, and Alice. Then I think you ought to have a time to fool away with such nonsense!": it make, me sad to ee her disappointed. a break will comea somewhere. Highly reduction of rations fed cow-- require "Nouense'." piped the old chap Now if would only marry her! woman to help you,'7 argued the "why, I don't believe you know the is ready, you know, and it as tfce period of calving approaches. bride. aniThis k especially true of liigh-bre- d "It would cost too much," said Alice, amount of oxygen j'ou eonBuiue at each woiildbe such a rel.ef." ., -- i "Well, well, don't cry about that." mal which are more or lew pampered. solemnly. "Well let mo see, wnere ' r.uiiirntiAt,'" "" The grocer lav hold of the man to said he, with a mouienl's surpr st. The young stock, when infested with was 1? Air alter ureaKtast 1 nume draw him to the door, but he caught a don't mind if I do. Go and teli her 10 lice, should have a mixture of equal the beds and sweep all the principal parts of sweet oil s,nd kerosene rubbed get readj-.rooms, and get the children ready for Tartar and was HopjM-- on his back. "I exerted a force of about Is th The Church forli union of thoroughly ipou the surface of the i,kiu. school. Then on Mondays I wash; Col rman s fund. horse power to accomplish that," but it .sells for a moderTuesdays I iron; Wednesdays I bake said the old man as ho knelt on the ate price permits for even first cousins The art of butter making will never and clean; Thursdays I do up fruit, pickles and tomatoes; Fridays 1 clean; prostrate bodj'. "A dead blow of twen- to marry, ho that eonsangu neons tin ons reach perfection until we can stop putand Saturdays I bake again and get ty pounds from my fist would flatten are very common in the.--e old parishes, ting salt in '.lie butter. It is a deprived ready for Sunday, for Will, always in- your nose, while two pounds additional whore families have kept inci easing taste that requires a .salt taste in butter. anl settling neacjbe old homestead till The most critical judges in the old vites friends to tline with him on Sun- would crack 3'our skull." "Git otTn me or I'll shiy you." they form claus sometimes numbering country never think of allowing salt to days, and it is tho busiest day in the "I seize 3'onr hair with a oiutch equal several hundred of one name. More- come near tin- - butter, aud after getting week. And besides all this, I nave ull my own clothes and the children's to to the grasp of a hand lifting fourteen over, the priest permiis ueh marriage-- , accustomed to it there is nil the differmend and make; WHI.'s shirts to cut pounds of iron aud I bump your head sometimes in ronsider.it on of cert a n ence between the two that there is and other salt and fresh and make, stockings to knit, soft soap on the floor with a force equal to niuo circumstances, sucn as the needs of family- - fora trtep mother, or step-fher, dried or prepared food. The true epito make, spring and fall cleauing to do, pound--.hn'r!" yelled cure could eat a oiiud of unsalted the chano jag carpets to sew and weave, and-- : " as "Let go myand struggled, the grocer thea lack of beauty reducng offer, he kicked of woman to get another or the butter at a sitting. It will be money "O, stop, stop!" cried Clara, lifting "You are now exercising n force equal advance of ae, or the jKiterty- of a iu the dairy man's pocket uh-- n is hor hands as if in terror. "I don't wonto eight pounds to the square inch," snid woman. C. Ji. Farn'utm, m Uurr's abundu'ted in the dairy Aiiuro an der. Alice." Datriflfian. "You don't wonder at what?" said the old man as he bum pod htm again, Magazine. "but it is usoloss. I shall now exercise Mrs. Will. Field, in some surprise. A dairv farmer says that his herd (tain-Back to the Flostiu-- r Chip. of coy, which had tiMially bet-- sup"That Will's first wife died at twenty-- a force e pial to the clutch of forty-eigh- t grasshoppers to shut off your six, are and that vou, at thirty-siOne of the earliest English poets has plied with water from pipes and following as rapidly in her footsteps as wind, and I will then administer a kick trough in the stalls were, on account a stanza like this: the can be, cried Clara. "If 3'ouwere equal tofour-fo- force necessary to upet a of sn obstruction lh the pipe?, obliged Ye lodetone on e little chippe wood." made of iron and India rubber you cord of to be turned out twice a da. while the loth serve fc irulde n.,1,-- . shippe tiiunty When the grocer got up the man was By eer pointiujr to e couldn't accomplish all this drudgery weather was cold, to be wa'ered 11 the Thurt conscience nerves Ut jruMf th' yard. without being worn out. I'm goigit across the street. " of milk Instantly "Foliee! police!" shouted the vic"Is it true that tho 'original" snTp'-- t decreased, and in three days tho falling directly home to abdicate my position as tim. ootnpass was male of lodes tone? off became considerable. After rolgning sovereign." "You exhausted six: gallons of oxygen was asked of a dealer in compasses and the pipes wero infilled and the cows And the spirited young wife, leaving watered as before in their Mtlls Mrs. Will, lapped in amazement, hur- in the first yell and five in the second," chronometers. "Yes. Magnetic iron ore on a bit again of milk returned. Cows when called the scientist, "but it was simply ried awav. the l'& of wood tioatiug in a howl of water is gixiu" milk are more sensitive to the John Field was standing at the old wasted. I will now make off at the speed exercised bv an ante- said to have been the orig nal compass. cold than when they are dry. and exwell, in his working uostnme, drinking There are old sailors liing now who posure to the sev ere cold interferes with a lion. from tho bucket, as Clara tripped up lope in outrunning good-bye." Detroit can remember when the needle was at- the secretion of the milk Trithe path. He looked up with a smile. sordid flesh-po- t, tached to a piece of wood tioatiug 111 a bune. "Well, pot," said he, "where are j'ou Free Pres. bowl. Tho first attempt at improvejroinc? " llie follow ing note on the keeping ment was to attach the needle to a card qualities of English cheese is from the -- To pack my trunk," said Clara, Taken Don u a Few Pegs. on which the thirty-tw- o points of the provision trade circular issued bv wilh mischief sparkling in hor deep. A typical cowboy, frosh from hif compass were marked. The card was Thomas Downes, Kenning wharf. I've been investijratinjr soft eves. last balanced matters, and I don't like the situation. herd, went intoEliteh's all fillod with steel point at its center on a hardened Toolej Street, london, S. II : "In refor pivot, tho cap that rested erence to make ami quality of cheeo in night. The tables were ' "What situation?" the exception of one, at which the terroi on the point being made of agate, gur- American factories they can never be laund"That of or sapphire, to reduce friction. oqual ift quality to skilled Kngl"-- da'ry he ress, cook, housekeeper and lad, all of the plains seated himself. Asban- net pivot was The erected from the center farmers, whose wives look after the took off his hat and untied the rod rolled into one, at the salar3' of my dana handkerchief from around his of the lKttoni of a bowl that was who do making. English clothes and food." in what arc called gimbals, tin throat, he looked disdainfully around. not make good cheese find it nn re prof"But, my dear," said John, with a The nimble waiter brushed! an imagi- arrangement of rings and pivots which their puzzled face, "you are talking non- nary bread crumb from the cloth kept the top of the bowl, and therefore itable, and less laborious, to sell fortusense. Nobody expects all that of any whisked a bill of faro from the castor the compass card, always horizontal, milk, and this steadily increases, nately for consumer, so do imports of woman." and placed it before the festive and un- whatever the snip's position. The American. Probably half our con"Don't they, though?" said Clara. tamed, youth. great point at which the manufacturer sumption is foroign. ami quotations aro are mistaken. It "There's where 3011 "Take it away!" lie snarled, I can't hoped to arrive was such an arrange- a good test of quality. English imis precisely what Will's present wife eat that. I want rattlesnake on toast!" ment of the various parts of the comprove bv keeping; American deteriorhas been doing for him all these lat "Rattlesnake on toast!" yelled the pass as would leave the needle in its ates." ' years! what his first wife wore herself waiter. position undisturbed when the ship out in doing, and what vou are prepar "Rattlesnake ou toast!" responded iwuujj around. The "most perfect conWinter Core of 3111k. ing vourself to demand of me. Aunt tho cook. struction of the pivot and its cap was Keziah advises me to take Will's wife Proper caro of the milk is an "There was a slight flutter amorg found faulty in that the point eventually for a model. But I shall do nothing of the guests at the slrauge order, and the wore down a collar, so that the card requisite to successful winter the sort I had a deal rather go back cowboy was scanned by many curious moved with the ship. Formerly, through misman-aQiiiei- it dairy . to teaching." in tho care of the milk, ouly "The lntost do vice for a compass is a e'es. tT ma..m l.nAWfl ougu r11 in J ucvet iicutu He looked a little disconcerted at return to tho old 'lodeetone' and chip vcrv inferior butter wan made during iuiu :u uij iv ' theJ having his order so .promptly taken, principle. Instead of a single bit of the'wintcr, and not much -- f that. It said Aunt Keziah, who. from kitchen threshold, had overheard Mrs. and glanced furtiively toward "tne Iront steel, there arc six ribbons of cast steel was not thought jHwible to make a iudepend- - of the house. Ho saw the cooks anr. secured to a card . that is made of tin real nice ouality of butter in the winJohn Field's declaration of en.ee waiters engaged in filling orders, and with air compartments in it. This ter, aud nearly every dairyman planned "Very likely," said Clara. ''You looking as solemn as grave3'ards after rani is lloated on a bowl of water to have his cow's go dry in the winter. see T ve no idea of committing suicide, midnight. tinctured with sprits. Tho spirits are Of late voars, howetor, it has been whatever Will's wife's opinion may be. He assumed a uonchalant air and to prevent freezing. The caid revolves found that butter of just as good qualO, John, how blind, how on a pivot of too best construction. ity can be made in winter as in sumpicked his teeth with a fork. you men tire. Look, at noor. pale, A cook deftly removed the skin from a The pivot is to keop the card from mer, and large quantities are now proworn-ou- t Alice, a tvniTof everv farmer's pickerel, and cutting a strip thepropor touching the. sides of tho howl. The duced during that season. Some dairywife in the neighborhood Look at her 3hapo placed it iu a spider. water supports all the weight of the men find it most profitable to do most now, and then try to remember her as Tho waiter who had taken the order card, except a fow grains, so that no of their butter making in winter and she was wnen nrst sne came nere. a ou came tripping back to the bold bucca- wear comes on the pivot. If you ever let their cows go dry in the hot months mav call it rrood housekeeping. I call neer of the pampas. whirled a pail of water with a stick in of summer, just reversing the former it k'illing herself by inches. "Will you have your snake well it you noticed that the stick renuvned practice. Better prices prevail in win"Well," owned John, "she does look done or rare?" stationary while the pail went round. ter; there is more leisure at that season feeble." "Rare, with oodles of milk gravy on Tbo card in the bowl remains en the for attending to the dairy, aud b3' hav. meridian while the ship jibes about or ing die cows come in some time'in tho tiAnddo j'ou wondecatit, when ypo it?" comes up into the wind." N. Y. Sun. Mi 01s first of the winter, feeding good see all that she accomplishes?" llasfel "Gimme that snako rare milkgra food and keeping them warm ana comout Clara. "Wiry, Bluebeard himself the side," was hallooed to the cook". fortable, nearly or quite as much milk never killed off his wives more system"Snake rare; milk gravj' side," Bronco Sam. can be obtained in winter as ii.sumraer. atically than a New England farmer cook shouted back:. does. Sav!"said the bovincsteorer,as the E Speaking about I'll tell 3'ou what, John." she Sam Stew- It is just as easy to manage the milk in added, "if 3'ou will provide me all the waiter passed him, "I'll take it well art, known from Montana to Old Mex- a pibpor manner in winter as summer. It is quite as servants I need, and let me live in 103 done." ico as "Bronco Sam," was the chief. in home as its ruling spirit, not a? its ".Make it well done." His special delight was to break tho easy to regulate the temperature of tho drudge, I'll remain here. Otherwise 1 "Make it well done," was answered warlike heart of flic vicious wild P0113 mill" room in winter as in summer.aud shall leave Hazelnut Farm of the plains, and make him the servant upo a proper regulation of tho temback. perature depends to a large exteut the "She's not so far wrong," said Aunt The lariat wrestler began to grow of uiRn. Keziah, who had shrewd, rugged con- nervous. The expressThere may be J03' in a wild gallop success of dairying in winter. The scientiousness of her own under all her ion had left his C3es, and a soft, sub- across the boundless plains, in tho crisp method of setting milk is important-Som- e prefer the deep setting, and others prejudices dued, melancholy shade had taken its morning, on tho back of a lleet bronco; return with your ribs tho method of sotting in shallow pans. "She's right," said John Field. "Stay place. Ho fidgeted in his chair aud bnt when with us pet, and 3ou shall see that we seemed to be nerving nimseii tor au or sticking through 3'our vest, and find Some interesting experiments have that your uimble steed has returned to beun made in Germany at the Radon know how to appreciate you as you de- deal. "Here you are, sir," said tho culi- town two hours ahead of you, there is experiment station, inMecklenburg, to serve." determine the best method of setting So Mrs. John Field stayed, the head nary Ganymede, placing a disfi in a tinge of adness about it all. milk. The expcrinientsNwero made esy Bronco Sam, however, made a of an cllieient establishment of stout which was something nicely coilcil, of doing all the riding himsolf. pecially to determine how completely servant girls, who officiated as hands to which looked like a, fried specimen her own active brain, and no place in of the genus crotnlus. "Have a little He wouldn't enter into auy compromise the cream was separated by the Swnrtz system of deep setting, at a temperature the neighborhood flourished more than Worcester sauce? Gives a very fine and allow the horse to ride him. In a reckless moment he offered to of 3G c to 40 , and also the length of Ilazeluut Farm. fiaor Some folks like mushrooms time "It's extravagance ridiculous ex- with thiir snakes. Others prefer Chill bet ten dollars that he could mount aud creamwhich should be allowed for tho to rise in order to seenrothe best travagance!" exclaimed Will. Field, colorow. A little salad dressing don't ride a wild Texan steer. The money Sam results. 'J'Jhj tm Veols used for sotting when ho heard of his brother's new ado bad. There's vinegar and olive oil was put up. That nettled it. fn the castor. Will you havo tea or never took water. This was true in a wore of the usual shape, sixteen to ministration of affairs. "We'll see how the bills add up at coffee? Very fine snake. Caught yes- double sense. Well, he climbed the eighuen inches deep, and held about cross-ba- r of the corral-gatthe eud of tho year," snid John, terday. Fat and tender." and asked sixty-si- x pouuds of milk. Parallel exn When the waiter was delivering him- the other boys to turn out their best periments were also made by the quietly. method, which had been iu force And at the year's end Will. .as un- self of this eulogy on the meal, the steer .steer, Marquis of Queensbury rules. As the steer passed out, Sam slid in that part of Germany, and which able to imagine how it was that his puncher shoved his cliair back. His brother's account had swelled to near- eyes bulged out and he became pale dowu and wrapped those parenthetical const u, in setting the milk in shallow pans so that the milk is not more than legs of his around that ly a third more than his own. around the gills. d brute, and he" rode him two inches deep, and keeping the tem"We have lived much more economdon't think I'll eat anything. I "I d ically than you," said he. "We have ain't hungry," he said, as he rose un- till the animal fell down on perature between M and 5U c . Tho kept no lazy, wasteful, shirkin"- steadily to his feet and reached for his the buffalo grass, ran his hot red tongue average result of the these experiments " out across the bluo horizon, shook his showed that, with the deep setting at help hat. "Ah!" said Clara, "but vou didn't "Maybe you'd prefer br'iled moc- tail convulsively, swelled up sadly aud 40. fhe yield of fat was about two per cent, more than with the Holsteiu count the doctor's bills while poor Alice casin," insinuatingly suggested tho died. It took Sam four davs to walk back. inofhodato7, at tho end of twelve lav sick so long with rheumatic fevpr waiter hours, but after A bill looks as large to me and also twcnt-fou- r brought on by scrubbing her cellar floors t "No," he replied, as the ashen pallor hours there was very little face. "1 ain a bit as the banner, sometimes; thirty-si- x ner&eit, nor tne expenses of the buko deepened on his between the yield by the two who took care of her. To be sure, lit- - hunTv " He cast another glance at but that is an avenue of wealth that had diflort-nemethods, although what difference there ordered, and made a not occurred to tne. j tie Alico and Jane did tho work of' the the lish he had I'd rather ride a bttiz saw t two dol- was waa.in favor of the Holsteiu method nouse oetween them wntle their mother break for the door. He forgot to "pay f shallow setting. UiU Nye. lars a day and found wm ill, but neither of them will & at the counter." Cheyenne Sun. i A Queer Will. a! Iftyan American. AND CHURCH.' r, 11 11 z ... t- . ou 'I wflft-rie- d, t g - s 1 ' - -- -- ''"' -" -,. Miss Bridglta Molloy was the possessor of a large fbrttuie in her own right, the same having been left to her by Tier father. ' She had two sisters, Lueis and J ttditK, who had incurred the old gU; oy running 011 uematt s and marrying two scapegraces, and o they were not remembered iu his of these sisters had a on, ForenU StehU. and the other a daughter, Lucis Bridgita O'Birn When it happeued to Bridgita Molloy to die. unwedded and without issue, they found a will under her pillow, which was in sense a conundrum. It read plainly euough so far as minor bequests were concerned, including a thousand ponuds each to the nephew and niivo, will-One st army, to-da- y, rr; boot-leath- cr 11 ch&nt-woul- d e - -- -- u s . I d " one-eigh- th blood-relation- s, -- be-twe- tish-tie- at - alt -- I ? n r, ot 3 ui. Diity-quaudt-y one-quart- er Chu-nj- chop-house maid-of-all-wor- k, h tus-pettd- ed cow-keep- er ial in--- 1 FTl I -' ..-- short-sight- ed vj-o- n cow-boy- s, to-daj- ." devil-may-ca- re poe-ialt- e, Hol-btio- high-leade- d, broad-horne- fleet-foote- - , ten-doll- ar star-spangl- ed e the They have twelve colleges and semi andgiga"-- " ntniy that less than a year naries there. A', x. limes. before ij5jjd,l Russian territory. 1'h.it Tho State Senate of Texas baa man xxSMarshal Michel Iey, th passed a bill giving the public domain. tniated''i,;vilor and bravest General except homesteads to actual settlers, to of the awKripiis. Emperor. Every Chicago Journal. of l"t)ry remembers xvitri feeling the--public schools. Collier, xvriting from Robert Laird gallant conduct of of adniiriteu Nev at t"FdKe of Borodino; how ho London. ays : "Religion is not dead in not dying was toMjpi"d the rear while the England. It isEstablished in England. Church ot armv cr it the iloskxa, and Jioxv he Nor luus tho tlTVia to leave Russian soil. England in the least lost its hold Upon xvas tho and affections of the peo-plAlthougi jti was" shot as a traitor after the brothers-in-la.England." and a'sliillrng caWi t the U10 defea a ;n aterloo. xxey won fori "to buy "mourning rings;" but liiinsultVtf XUea?'tho bravest of tne Tim clergymen of the different t t when, it tauno to tho UHlk of the fortune. sared; flhtireliua of Gloucester, Mass., and'vi- - , olmlUvfSuCBsrBrd auicarneSttproteat KleoiLt-.ut- l .'t ivai.W;..ii:.. mv would lprolm. to claim him for against small gambling, prizes, etc., at property, whether real or iersonal, I countr- man. public fairs, as "subversive of public give, bequeath and deiso to G PXD N morality, and opposed to tho principles "While Ncy's biographors have reW M D YB I) O VJ W D M I II T I D, language his deeds of religion:" as also "illegal, immoral, counted in glowing AX A. battleleld, they pay unchristian and disreputable." They That was all and, of course, it was qf daring on the Wit little attention to his birth and pledge themselves to use all honorable But while simply nonsense as it stood suppress the growing early history, of which very little is ap- endeavors to Ptmt. they were examining it a note dropped French writers say-h- evil. -- Bus'on known. out in which they were told to litf up parentlyborn A minister in Marion, Mass., was at Saarlouis France, but the carpet in a certtin corner of a eer give no details, showing that they do preached on Sunday from the following tain room. They did so. and omul much about it. A singular text: "Now the king sat in the there another note, telling them to eon-su- not knoxx vcrv fexv day 3 since gamed winter-hous- e in the ninth month, and Leader reporter a a c rtaiu page of a cer.tin book. possession of information which not there was a fire on the hearth burning 1'liey did that also, and fo.uid there a And it came to pass that is some before him. third note. saying "Key behind only goes to show that thereAmerican, wheu J c audi had read three or four probability that he was an wainscot, three inches tow ardcnplioard leaves he cut it xvith the penknife and It but that he was possibly a greu-uucl- e window. ' from dressing-rooof Mrs. Garfield, the w ife of the late rat it into thu lire that was on- - the was the work of a few moments only President Garneld. borne time prior hearth until all tho roll was consumed to remove a loose board at the point inin the fire that xvas on the hearth." to. and during the War of the Revoludicated, and there they came upon a Ihx.'vn Ihrald. tion, there lived in the beautiful few half eaten scraps of paper, aud At a recent meeting of the MassaVaHev of Virginia a family by wallowed nothing more. The mice had the name of Rudolph. In this family-wer- chusetts teachers one speaker advo-oatthe key! There could lie no doubt that g as a very good several brothers, one of whom was the whimsical collect ion of letters was the father of Mr. A. Rudolph, method of teaching English composia good and sullicicnt cipher, it they Mrs. "Once a week, she said, "1 could only get a clew to it The par- of Mooter, the father of named tion. have the children xvrite letters amony brother Garfield. Another ent of B'ridgita's nephew felt Mire it of the themselves and I provide a lettcr-bo- r could be made to spell his name, and Michael, during the War For correcting exerRevolution, left his young w ife at home foe the purpose. t lie niece wereemally the pa rents of and joined the Colonial army. Of cises I use a fexv of the sign3 used by confident that it meant hor. As a resaid, he since they are as easily sult each party brought in an expert; more thaa average ability, it is soon became au officer and rose to con- loarued as arbitrary ones." and, btraugc to tell, each expert solved When the w ar TlieSalem(,Ala.) ISmti has received the mystery to suit the party th?t had siderable prouiineuce. "him, and each was able to was almost over and he was thinking a communication from Shanghai. China, employed of returning to his home, he received to the offect that in the Southern' Presprove the correctness of his reading. of the intelligoacethat his wife had proved byterian Church, the five churches 111 the interest The one retained Uiis the nephew began by explaining that a unfaithfuL Maddened byarmv informa which contributed the largest sum for and quit missionary work in hina were afol-loxx-s- :tion, ho at once left the Miss Molloy, presumably person like the country, and was never heard from "Df. Pratt's, nt "Louisville, ignorant of cryptography a? a science, Dr. Markland s at. Baltimore, would be almost certain to adopt the thereafter. Some eight or ten years device of making one letter do duty for later Michael Ney, serving in a regi- Sl.feol; Tinkling Spring, Va., Sl.SSft, auo'her. "Now. you know," he con- ment of French hussars, was promoted Dr. Harper's at Solma, $1,041; Dr. His brilliant mili- Miller's at CharloUe, N. C, $1,013. tinued, "the commonest Eugli-- h letter to tary achievements won for him favor in is e, so that, ten t one. the commonest Professor C. W. Huteon, of thfc and in letter in the cipher will represent e . the eyes of his superiors,General in1797 University of Mississippi, who has the taught both young men and young That letter U J. It comes no fewer thau howas made a Brigadier Two years later womeu. declares that the girl student is lite times in the twenty fixe So. ten Army of thft Rhine. Well, if d he was maiuo a General of Division. In iu the great majority of caes sooner to one. 0 st.tuds tor means r, it i, Ikelv enongli 1S0.1 he aided in the preparations for the and better able to acquire knowledgo a would be t. b would be c, invasion of England, and the following than thebov student; that her mind is, of the generally speaking, quicker, brighter, and so on. taking the letters fol- year was blade r wan conspicuous lowing." Put ing c for d and w for hi. armv. hi 1805 he was made Duke for more alert than that of man at tlio of age bctweeu txvelre and twenty. he went 011 to show, aud assuming that his "bravery, aud asmned same might stand for . I for ami 0 for Klchingem. Iu 11- -' he againrmy. and "The average girl student," he add. Then an active position in the "is also more ambitious, more devoted u', it was ca-- v to spell itijifiew. camhe showed (hat the ',pher and the fought bratelv during tbessian tide to tudy for study's sake, more responsive totbe effort to oxoitohar interest." stcldl ' both nded in a letter betwicn paign, wtanhutfresh laurels The no longer St. SAHtis lrtt. a pair of letters xxz: 141. ThoreteroTi was deMged. and LouisXVIIL, he argued, z would mean I and x would the Bourbou King, assumed the reins mean d. And with so much deter- of unrernment. Nev xvas created a PUKOEXT PARAGRAPHS. mined, it must be clear that the substi- I Peer of France awl placed 'in command tution of letter for letter, and never A true saying: "When I did well, aaare iorcc. mixing them, would give My dear of nearly- the returnedcavairy Elba in I hoard it never; when I did ill, Theard from nephew, Ftretttz HleUil. Only there When Napoleon it e7er.,v. Y. Herald. which should 1315 Nev again espoused his cause, and was a in " A Butler man in Springfield.Mass., have been a if to represent an e. But followed him to the field of Waterloo. is wearing a straw hat. xvhjoh he is not Avhero he fought with his accustomed the lawyer who had drawn up all of the bravery. Defeat came, and Ney was to change until the General is elected recolwill but thin perplexing condemned to death. In the Garden ot again. Bortwi PoHr . Molloy had insisted lected that Jlis-"Your father is entirely bald noxv, upon having the boy's name spelled the Luxembourg hft was shot, his riddled with bullets, and a mon- isn't he?' said aa Austin man to the 'Ftrentz." and thus the must staud "Yes," for t, aud there was special confirmation ument now marks the spot where the son of a millionaire. the only replied heir he the vouth. sadlv, "I'm hero fell. of the expert's process. has Ic'ft." Texas SifUngs. Shortly after Nay's execution there Theu came the other expert His Although women have tho right to process w as quite as convincing, and appeared in Baltimore a Frenchmen propose in leap year, there Is jno .law ex en more simple, and xet the outeoine who made inquiries after the Rudolph xvas entirely irreconcilable with that in family, bating that among the dead that compel-- the men fo say yes. This 3oang men to the lirstcase. When old xxomeu make soldier's private eSaeU there had been fact ought ciphers, he explained, as his rixal had found a short autobiography, iu which stand arm. -- FhdndefpMa Hvakl. he said that ho was not a 1 ranchmen. "Ye-,- " done before him. they commonly said Fenderson, "MissForte change the letters by counting lorxxard as had beon supposed, but an Ameri- plays beautifully. 1 don t knoxy anyHe said that his name xvas thing about music mysulf.'bttt I know or backward. So he had tir-- t counted can. one forward, then two, three, four Michael Rudolph, and that ho was sshe's a splendid player, because all tho and finally five and there he found a born in Maryland. After leaving this other plav er say her music is just horH " starting-poinAccording to that rulo country because of his xrife's infidelity, rid." Boiton Transcript. g would be . would be , r (making he weiit to Ireland. 'Remaining there liave formed their plans a folloxv z) would lie v. Next eaiU8 , u short time he wont to France, for The girl" leap tear. To the bashful loyer language, which would lie 1. theu n. which would Quickly learning tho Freueh ' c he sank his individuality and forgot his thev will say, "J."o you like npme-niaube s, and so 011, the true letter being alFrench army oy en- brea-- I?" If he says "les," the reply ways tho fifth letter from the cipher sorroxv in the great will be. "Well, I ean bakc'V Then if forxx'ard and the expert smiled as the listing under the name of Michael which he retained to the day of his he doesn't take tho hint, tho3 are to cipher was thus found to spell out plainseize both his hands, fall on their knees ly, letter for letter: Luei Bridgita death. His wife's oondnct may have and put the question direct. Yonkcr niece. There could be no induced him to ehango his name, but U'Birn, mi , more cavil oer this than over the other he may havo had other reasons. It is tia'ette. At a party: Merchant "Ah! how one. The cipher meant two distinct known that ho married again in France, aud opposite things, equally and at tho but very little is said of his family rela- d'do, Mr. Blank? How is j'our paper years ago this coming out- - I read it daily. B3- - tho same time, both demonstrable by pro- tions. "About thirty-fir- e story xvas revived and published iu way, you are getting tip a report of this cesses equally obvious and equally Editor sound. What was to be done? ft many papers in this country. Nothing grand assembly, I suppose? must go to the Chancery Court, cer- but the claim that Ney was an Ameri- "No. By the way, now is your store coming on? My cook buys a'good deal tainly: that xvas the only thing left to can xvas made prominent, however. of you. You are here "drumming-u- p do. But it never got there. The A Leader reporter becoming nephew and niece met, fell iu loxe and of the above information yester- custom, I suppose." Philadelphia Call. married; and thus, after all may day called upon Mr. Z. Rudolph, Mrs. got "How long do you think it wpl it not be believed? tho will of Miss Garfield's father, at Mwitor. Tho old lake you to cure me. doctor?' "Well Molloy was finally carriod out exactly gentleman, after hearing the story, said: Mr. Blank, I think you can get back to as she had planned and desired. "Yes, I had an undo named Michael your desk at the batikin about a month, Front Legal Curionities. Rudolph, and he left the country iu thu but you will have to remain under treatm'xunor stated. Some sixty years ago, ment several years." "But yon misThought it Didn't Losl: Right when I xvas a small boy, "my parents take. I am not Mr. Blank the banker, received a nexvspaper containing subbut Mr. Blank the postman." "O, that A cobbler's sign in a neighboring stantially rttory that you have There is nothing 'tho town bore the announcement, "Shooa told me. ttoimlorty years ago while alters the c.im bul About a little biliousness. matter with you e half sold seventy-fivcents." A pass- at a hotel in a Southern toxvn, I picked You will be well in a week." Boston ing drummer observing the omission up a 'Life of Bonaparte' in which 1 Post. of the e in s led, stepped in and thus found an allusion to Ney being of tramp reA burly, weather-beate- n addros-ethe artisan: American birth. I kept a copy of that cently entered a bank, and, addressinf-th- e "You advertise shoes half sold here?" nexvspaper or clippings from it for a urbane cashier, asked for live shill"Yes, sir." long time, but hax'e mislaid them some'Five shillings!" exclaimed tile "Well, I would like to understand where, so I cannot find them it present-M- y ings. cashier, "isn't . that' rather high? rI what vou mean, whether yon sell half father always believed that Marshal three-oenc- o would be of a shoe or half of a pair' for seventy-fiv- e Ney xvas his brother, bnt I would not should think about your size, xv ouldn't it?" " Well," ' cents, or whether you have a lot like to claim relationship to such a disthink you unhalf of xxiiieh you want to sell It's tinguished man without further proof." said tho tramp, "if you business better derstand this begging the most ambiguous advertisement I In conversation with a friend in than I do, perhaps wo had best chang oversaxv." which he brought up the 3bjeet, Mrs. places. If it suits you I'm agreeable' The cobbler scratched his head and Garfield stated that there had been Press. looked up over his spoctaeles in sur- stories iu the family for many years j Detroit Free Plantation Philosophy: Too niuch prise at the d rammer. After a paue a UOUI. juaraua ucmg i uroiuer 01 sick. Dcsxveet-c- s' he asked: but she never claimed perfume makes a man is uuthinF. her smell iu all de xvorl "Can't vou understand by the sis relationship xvith him, simply becauso takes up de notion that I put half solos on shoos for seven- - sJie lli(i not knoxv xvhethor the story was Whnn do curmunity dar ain' much ua'ti dat a man is er fool, ceuts?" correct or not, and that its truth never . . No, sir," replied the drummer. I nmild be Droved, and she did not dto- hmi kiekin' agiu de jedgment , I ain" afferd o' do man what frowns can't understand 11113 such thing from lo bother herself about it. Clev- when he gits mad. but de man what your sign. You hav left au o out of eland Leader. smiles whbn he' mad makes raoi fc'ej the word sold and as it stands now it mighty ouaasy, .. De man what goes means to sell, or already sold." al'ers do sho'e7 The throne of England, so splendid mos' Tho cobbler smoto his hand upon his when. covered xvith silk, velvet and gold, ter ehr.roh doheaben.ain"De duak washes o oa ter 'cneo and said: fact, only an -- old oak cliair," de turkey, bnt "By jinks! I thought that the word is, in COO years in use for tho same pur- hisof heap oftenerdon clean. -A- rktm-saw over airter all ho aiu'haf or. sour didn t look just right, I thought pose. Its existence has been traced , Tnvelrr. i wanted an c. Thank you sir, for baok to the days of Edward I. Tho registered There are forty-thre- e calling attention to iL very hard and solid; tho back New Yot;k After Uic drummer's departure the wood is were formerly paiuted in vari- bowling clubs for ladies in of and sides the ,lat-- " cobbler went outside xvith a brush and ous colors, and the seat is made of a ami eight in Brooklyn, four connection xvith yonng pc6-pihaving added an c to the making it slab of g sandstone, lor rhureh societies, xvhile there are "solde." Somerodle Journal. inches in lengthy seventeen e twenty-fivin. ,Ne-.anv uurobar of public pla-f inches in breadth and nineteen and alley Is reserved Yo'rk where a private There is said to be a haunted house in thickness, and in this stone 1'es for lady patrons, writes a correspondin Silver Street, San Frauciseo, occuof the chair. Some-i- i the pied by a man named Roberts. ent, front the metropolis. He the grand peculiarity have adopted, a olde-- : clubs for ladies says the doors are opened by unseen ha'uds. the lights are suddenly extinThe shrinkage of Tulare Lake. Cal. very comfortable, natty uniform of fianncl, very much like the guished in oner of tho rooms, picture uncovered . prehistoric settleniont, navv-bln- e frames move on their hangings, there stone buildings, traces of canals, once Jawu aennis-- costumes, save, that, the is loud knocking on the walls, and thfl bordered with trees, and other evi- skirt are in the sliape of very roomy piano plays "Shall we gather at tho dences of occupation by an unknown roiitil.ionj. the bottoms of which reach river?" in the still hours of the nigU race, being clearly defined as tho water I to the shoe T tops a ig't sensible dress, 1'. nr.n,t Ch icago HeraltL subsided. inuceu. safe stu-do- nt e rex-ereneQj WhiloMa .remnant of Napoleon's The highest price paid for a pew inr u'0--l-'a"a disheartened, Mr charuli the other day was xvas making' that terrible retreat from 375. -- Brooklyn Eagle. MoseoxVre was onexvho shared with The Baptists have moved on Mitho greatJJjplet the credit duo for tho suari and are capturing that State. wtot was left of retuTof proud u Bus-ehsr'- 3C: ,r wmsm e -- TpatajW -- mmmw - it m Shen-audo- ah e ed letter-writin- proof-reader- s, $3,-35- 3; -- ield-Marsh- al 1 -- -- vic-torio- j body-bein- g j t. pos-hoss- ed d 'j ty-fi- ve - -- e's Tough-lookin- v cs one-hal- , I 1 .. T- - SKj ;-? yours! Tvo seen ft'tricd before. hndTJ fishlng - villago? I've always imarincd in its results as tho host and hostess did. An Anecdote or Delmonlco. Tlionsands Hastened to Their Gravest AHE DkEAMS rKOFHETICt that sort would be so Certainly M.ss Gray, u ODT OF TIIE DETTnS. tuo result was notulcasant. ituasoeeu u had sooner picturesque." come oil unscathed, oxp&d no my experience that will Itelylngon testimonials written In vivid Same Instances In l'ouit now Predictions nd Our Corrcuponilenf Keiearche savv ou forgive you for glowing language of some miraculous cures them guilty ot It used to be said of Charles flf you said one y !.. would. be di an- - agreeable emotions in GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. May be Defeated t Remarkable Occurrence lie Describes. 11 Mr. tvusseii, a The whole episode had n serious titan for pointed," that he could always suggest Surbing Ten days before his doath Lincoln made by boine largely puffed up" doctor ot to Albaks, Vt- Jan. 10, lSSU grammar or (a great discrepancy betweon tho real and disconcerting. Slwj been provino-theSt. tinTm-genuidreamed in ' lay dead in patent medicine has hastened thousands infeared she had ways of spending money xvhen HICKMAN. Messrs. Editors: The upper portion ot the Whitethat the"President" the hand of KEVTUCKY l)ronunp!itm- - at believing In .their almost cprcelv knowa and tho ideal." taken rathor too much upon herself and House, of others liad given out. Of killed by be miraclp that the the rt r "I dare say you are right," said Miss that the others thought so. any the many anecdote told of his surest- - Vermont is ono ot the pleasantest ,resi0": aa assassin." When his wife hoard of was sane faith on them, same that thesewill who "couldlSka tliat retragedy she exciaiuKl: "His dream performed and one thing well. an,i ,; s. hardly to bo ex Gray, "but "I and the lexicographers gard to ono of them at lea3t With sur- iveness in this direction. I vj7oiaSb: the play-grounmake tho cures, while thefso callatl her durinif the winter. It affords Prophetic 1" The majority of dreams, how1 mise was correct to call" that word discrepancy. pected that one which illustrates his fertility of im ever, aro too fantlmo John, beside the oW tho general six 8hinffijrccptions ample opportunity for the tourist, provid- tastic,are never f ulfihed they by contrary inedieino is all the hax-- liastenlng them to est an hour, And t think," said Mr. been brought cannot resist the temptation, you see! or thoy are solved avoided publishing Wo to agination a xvell as the idiocity of his ing he chooios the proper season, but the their grax-crule brook stream, events. People are often possessed of the testimonials, as they do not make the cures, However, as to tho fishermen I cannot himself between the puffs Martin school-boy- s clientele. A number of yonng men xvith In old time, whoa together under one roof. Where we wen: of life present tiino is not that season. Still there "" vuai tuy snail soon uie. uey ,'"i although xve havo -was a !reain : in anhood help thinking I should bo interested in "Let us incomparably more money than brains are men cigar that rhe brook Is choked with fallen leaves, the .ing eairorlyprove it," sM ?,ImmC;.K", seeing them at work, and in thoir own in lovo with her I was nearer falling and women here who not only en- themselves the subject of strango feelings. . to give a dinner "which should TUOf3ANDS tiros' THOUSANDS than l'y0 heen with jKnd Is drift away around the table. dure tbe climate, but praise it unstinting-ly- , They know they aro not what they once 1 scarce believe that you would know the dear any woman for j ears. Well, r m in no all pa- -t efforts of the coterie of it would be :i contemptible weakness to homos." and certain and that, too, in the face of pbyfclcal were,are as they approach not " be ages of them, of tho most wonderful cures, volold place Homos!" said Mr. Martin. "Don't particular danger now. Fairly oflt of noodles to which they belonged, and hardships the most intense. Tbo wntr tay long untarily sent us. It is our medicine, Hop be ollended bv such tbin a5. quito sure they xvill you all agree with me in thinking desecrate that word, by applying it to it, by George, and a good thin R is consequently went to Charles Delmnnico heard of a striking illustration ot this a few of earth." These impressions as a rule aro Bitters, that makes the cures. It has never rhcschool-lioHso- l no more, John, bonoath the result of an imagination disordered by our locust trees; their wretched hovels. I assure you the I wonder who the man was w could stood the test!" oallel for suggestions and the dinner. When uaYbxince which ta nvn herewith:with the disease, but they t an bo shaken off by failed and never can. Wo will give referMr. Jo&eih Jacoues i connected Die wild rose by the window sWo no moro ence to any one for any disease similar to Martin. squalor in which the- - live is indescriba- her A Grammatical Prude. that like he h'l.T made out a very Certainly." menu Vermont waves In the breeze: capn itr prompt and thorough moasures. We aro their own if desired, or xvill refor to any I'd M Mr. told that very many diseases can be preto shake him by the baud. The scattered htonca look desolate tho sod "And besides it is not to be expected ble." bringing the cost up to something like of Master Central IUilroitd in tbe Mason. lie is well advanced in nelgliborhood in to they rested on "That word i3 pronounced aquatlor, felicitous epithet. The noor fBn luid $40 or $00 for each person, he was still years, with a ruddy complexion and hale vented; indeed, half tho deaths are said of neighbor, as tliero Li not ashow its cures by that our delinquencies will be very bo prevontxi lei llnce Has been plowed up bystrangor hands slneo importance I bog to state," said Miss Gray; "what reason to sieak feelingly, I expect. groat" entreated to suggest something else for appearance, wiuis UU general Dealing is always aciaig promptly tho every personal the known world but can gone. j on and I were Hop Bitters. in O, that Eugenia could hive heard which money could be paid, and he such as to instantly impress one xxiih hi3 emergency. "Speak for vouriStf. JIr-- Martin," has become of your Latin, Mr. Mar A IjOSINO joke. ." oirict uonor nitu in cui v, aeverai years Is dead, John, and what Is said Miss Gray. " dan- tin?" rho chestnut tree The thoughts Cndaptillustrationlntho him! Julia F. Majruder, in jU Co'1' rather a in iet. let us charitably hope: n2o he became aflliete.1 with most vaiolcten Pitubarzh Mddomow v llliam Moul. of Weat toA Bfomtntnt ut wtae w ef complaining iotrlnzlr IJ - case of Justice This was too much for Minnie's tincrtf. en, you might throw the wine glasses gerous thing t j put tha&sort of accuraUilr ui. of hr 'ix troubles, which prevented the ti oaecuof our Ewin? hang-- oif Tho broken prape-vlnill h alia, aait f bis loablllir to care Iwr, Sandlake, X Y., si well known in Troy. -cy to the proof UuEhvbat do others equanimity. She burst into a little the withered bough: into the mnhtlc of the table at the end of tion of his duties. lie was langu.d, and For years ho was plagued by forebodings Try Hop BUUwsr The issy teeS It In earout d 01 read our names upon tho bark, and found say?" Bed the Dili, rt, lrom wkK-- she ottuiBeil reraM&aat laugh and made a motion to clap her the dinner, that would co- -t something." yet restl8B, while at tiuu'S a dizziness that he was d uied to an early de b. Ho kltti. SlKBiwUmtntthdoeiorfort.laok. Uat Usefulness of the Pawnbroker. . the pebbles rare over him which seemed almost ' Laid up beneath the hollow side, as wo had A hearty con"urronn M r- - Rsi:ell,s hands t gelher, but remembered hor-se- lf At midnight upon the evening of the would comeHis will power was strong, aud bed dull and Hitting pains in various parts br i not w vreU pleated with It, s It cost hSm a cwil blinding. Opinion - ore :ty evenly of the body, piled them there. in time. plan beiur expressed Tal'i tne resoluJC y lirill as t. dinner in question tbe manager of the he influencenot to ovb wav to the mys appetlto xvas hi3 c mplexion xvas bad, his pu.cm. FEES OF DOCTOK3. x ariable; he felt weary withI'nclu' i a biesunrr or a Mr. Martin, for his pari said "Thank xht!ur tion was according va'Jed. xvhicn seemed underinmwas startled ty a terrible terious can-was constantly consti'"nuneath tho old pprinsr, bank, John. I looked The "Of course. no?.ni?Voins to raleh you." as politely as before, even more curs 'and t'lerc is a good deal to be of kIsis-v- v are. and rushed up to iHS nis lue- - But tb P' and nnnoyinK out known tongue was heavily coated, and many feo of doctors is an Itom that befor our .. .'--- ' pated, bis persons are interested in. We That bubbled down the alder path, throe paces vou. Euirenia." ' .;, W.fneiul. "lou so perhaps, but it was more than ever said nn both side. Some puopla fgc find the xoung gentleman hud wound symptoms were al.rnnoxr than liic will, niul frequent fev rih disorders appeared. He he kvpt ur wing gradually vvume. About lieve the schedule for visits Ls SC.Q.0, which from tho swlnjr; thnt 'he existence of means to SWJiire up the feast by pitching their glasses that time he beun to no ice a difficulty in struggled manfully but in vain against would ot tiling at apparent that ho di I not enjoy iw tax a man confined to his bod for a The rushes Krowniwn the brink, thB iool Is were a svell at this bad hen developing it found in the wronir. He went off to prompt advances upon auy andf1? into the center of the table, smashing drawing on his boo' s, nnd it was I y the wkatsoemed to be a certain doom. school, and von'vn black and buic. in need of dally visit, over " pain in year, thing is a direct ineentivo to halite "' not only the glasses hut a good deal of greatest effort that be was able to force his followed ex reme tenderness nnd deposits 81,000andyear for medicala attendance alone And not a foot this many a day, it seems, has ever since. Neither can we hope to 'smoke presently, accompanied by Ids a teet into them. In this manner several the back, great lasitvde, gravel' trodden there. catch Mr. Martin noting. His ex host, and when tho throe ladies were improvidence: while, ontheotherkand. costly china. It was all right these weeks passod by, until filially one night, in water, which was dark, frothy and odor- And one single bottle of Hop Bitters taken e cited where the kind bnlliai.t j oung men protested: "Charles'' while in great agony, he (Uncovered that ous, all indicating liver and ki inev di or- in time would save the S1.000 and all tho me on tho fence. Johnthat lies as In old quisite pronuwatiou IiaS boen tho de- thus loft alone, Eugenia Gray turned to many cases I sat offices of "Uncle" have enabled "" bad siigge-ie- d time light and despair of mlife. ever since Mrs. Russell and said: it, and of course his foet had, in a short while, swollen to ders. These developments alarmed bun, year's sickness. no The Mime half panel In tho path, wo usod so I've known him. Whore the "most of persons toqtfrt1 A LADY'S XTT3IT. ' "Now, honor bright, Minire, don't poranly cml.irra--e- d what he sugg stcd must lie en rcfle. enormous proportions. T e balance of the MiwflifiiK- sinea r!.vs:cins did him f t he oft to climb " Oh, how I do wish ray skin was. asclear and rv I he addition to the bill for broken glass narrative can beat be described iu his own good. AWut giving up in despair, reme thought how o'er the bars of liio our us Miy t'orCUhu, for epniple, he sas vou think we've had enough of it? I tide over hard times. Then tier And lowed the counsel of one of the ttup words. He said: as ) ours," a laity to her You playmates bad passed on. in the liffi ot and china vv:is doultle- - satisfactory don't' ytn, pure aud simple or where haven't been caught so far. but I feel exceptional oc " When my wife discovered the fnet thnt Court Justices to use Dr. David Kenneay-- s soft easily makesakl bo," answeredfriend. friend. can the it And left me counting on this spot tho faces we V. 1 l.ctttr. say something uearjakin to didye tho discordance of the situation as much most of us when the pawnbroker fe bi I was so bloated, she sent for the doctor Favorito Kaniedy ( .f Roudou , h. i.,) as " How" inquired the first lady. "By uslnr upon both side-- -. that are gone! an experiment. He did w an I the fore- Hop Bittwrs that amkeg pur. rloh'TJlood and Immediately. lie made a most careful yon, with Jiim itis a dfnet did and a as any of you. Mr. Russell does not position to save us much tronbls '"' afie Judge. bodings van. shed It scattered all his bad blooming heaUh. it dW It for mf as you ob1 remember and pronounced m in a oace i distinct jot. And wliefihc has occa- like it at all, and I'll veuturc to say lucouveuience. At Paterson, "N. J., recently n soriou condition. Notwithstanding his fdelinrs, revival his app.Uie, rtaston d his serve," sion to mention hi3 owjSpanic- it is a there has bcon more hard feeling be- Iidinburgh walking up to the ticket inon'KX up bv tub nocroDs. young man from the country, going to a care, 1 grew worse, ami tbe swelling of my liviiraiidkilneys, reaeweil hia blood, and a (;it.unuTiCAL thude. clear-cu- t pounds, Mar-tiat Wavcrly btatiou to take a ticket Uarding-housanilKjt itarCn, as tween you and him in the past hour " Is It possible that Mr. Godfrey Is up and rolled two" ten dollar feet gradually extended upward in my creased bis wcig..t by twenty of saving his to it alone he gives the credit fifty that praeoduit it. Mr. by tho "Flying Scotch uiau" toJadon. fs.Ipo at work, and cured by so siiuplo a remedy?" - body. Tb top of my bead pained me Mr. and Mrs. George ltussoll wore a our slovenly habit Atv"can. also with than into a compass indeed, so badly that at times it tr expect no f Martiu, of xvhom I hail almost matte a and findings that armc l!gliltiril Motes ntiil :vtas smallplaci l them as poslAitni, satin, etc. '1 you it is true that he Is .1 le pair of matrimonial debutants who were in his nih Dreams and warnings ami foreboding of cured,assurewith nothing but Hop. entirely oiyiMH'k-etbo-i- k almost as if it would burnt. My i and Bitters, real friend, is now ready to murder me. gentleman h.id relieved me mouth. ht n he nwoke the next fee t were patnlully cold, an even w eariy tb'ath need nit always w xuiniieu ii and only ten days making their first ewiy at housekeep-- , tri.unph in that quarter." and contents. My reieaoe in ao his doctors gave hla Purists are not impregnable," and Mr. turner has been looking little cottage near the ing in a plea-aniorinic; th- note- - were not to be found, surrounded with not Dunn - and hon lelt proper measures are promptly taken to ap and said he must die, from Kidney arTd" "wu urgentlv lb tri d them. jig.tin bv as i( a strong wind wre blow ng on them. to rai-- e th in i phich they had taken for the said Eugeni.1. smiling. "I havo known thunder bolts at Carrie, and Carrie her- London the same n g'.itdeky I ran I Jver trouble I" para)z-d- . Ktxt my right i;g necessary, so to aoid Tids ti slirt." self feels rather resentful and ore. : cm t summer, and wherein they had be- them to but iit.ie!v failed. ITS CM BULa in ran gave ine no pain, but it was exceedingly I'.VTMV Prince Street, ecured ai!o advan i i 1 A" u v. "I ndoabteujy; ou Mr.uon t consHior Don't you sec it was all a ingeni-'ou- s stowed the various tasteful and annoying. Atx ut this time I be san to spit wVMn appli-by on mv watch, and cauglt the train Martin, with nyself a prtristT" said i "No," said Minnie, stoutly, "I .am 1( d lini't fjvly, although my lungs vver articles ol furniture and the Oncr Into the "Y011 will have your not willing to believe we are such- - a after "all. It was a happ inspiration, in perfect condition, and I know it di l not r.tril,will lie Mk. I'etf.k Mallkx, 212 AV. Twenty of which their wedding presents chiefly lirect mendacity. 'fiTAM R?iU cfrectually come th. m. lans wers :hance at me, Miss Gray, I don't petty mind, n and I have thought mois kin lly ol four ii St., N. V., ay-, that !a set. don't consisted. After a great deal of ama"ci,orPc0 .ix carefulfrom untiring Aly p i atu nti Cat ileaninKthe hcud and in their .in, Upon another shall see Ko.p.'.'T'rs I : s o ,. :ill of tiitorihal virus, teur carpentering and papering and doubt. You reproof.' how meekly I bit, only I did get a little "Uncle'"1 ever inee. enoujh to leave my jea'e wi'h rheumatism and f'unl no relief out unaoiu to relieve my gutter-mgwas defer Health and Happiness. oaus.nir healthy provoked with Mr. Martin and until St. Jaclii O.l, tho ovtn 111 riiily, Aly neighbors and fi i nds thought I painting the establishment hau been will bear my It allays "Yes," said Eugenia, smiling ......MIPnMr.i was so glad on paid him back. The pocket l'ok at Ikuiic whea startin for w..s iipp id, which cine.l Ui in completely. was dynm ana many called to see me, pronounced complete, ami a very happy ititiatmnntion. fully twentyflre on a singio Sunday tliat rHAYrtvtr(, ;kv;ehalle," idea of him asking George what had tiie ( oiitiueut. nnl only Jiscowred mv DO AS OTHERS month of undisturbed had &? r"fu-e- l she 1 now recalL At lat mv agony s emed to WtiFX' a girl propo s an of the nuMil pans- "Fo'r my .part, 1 am dolighted," said become of his Greek!" blunder w hen I felt in mypoeket to tind followed, at the end of which time each a res from additionlier t l n Is that tulminate in the most m" ene, sharp atns C txC-'Malwavs xt,lni " atuv KAYE DONE. cui wa-"You havo given us v: Miss Gray looked aeross quickly at the uheiewithal t pay the I have ever known or heard of. If ird not al coWs.coopJetely had remembered certain dear friends Mrs. Russell. j' t n i g .' l.t li Ii Jiyfurfiin. cf&' heats the sores and jiibt the impetus we needed, tugenia. Miss Temple and put her tin ror on her wiio drove nie from "Kings Cro-- s to j k rdautl lUru'd. kuives shareied to the highest de cre C7 wtwhom they had asked to visit them. No r stores tatc and Aro TrnnT TriTinTrci HicnrrlprnrT?! The tune, too, Mation. harcbegun . had been run through my U.iiy cons autly ffiSSfcArf eso&x -w w TZ... sooner had these friends been served I meant toto bgtnr my this long ago." lip. a warning xrhi'-- she was not per- Victoria was btneU. A f w appliD.e muvt T.ror uruwbc vj xrom xny rrse. asi&s dear," said her fectly sure the other understood. "Uuele"' Ynr Atb years they could not have hint me worse. I zSBUcisthem!ans f saring me rjsiHBwv-"Meant c: Tnx Bivr Wxri.i R'-relieve. A wr- -, rtr 1 liod rfi girta up ij XI best dnctor? ta I with reminders of their promises than UiA. cation thorvujh trtattwnl DMrott." 2L W. Dei eraox, iltctanic. IqhU, illcti. I xv m a great KUifcrvr from t'a'anh. Mv woulda,spiing up in bed, sour tones as "As for Mr. Turner," said Miss Tem- soma time and trouble. they promptly made their appearance. hii'band. "There is number one in the three feet, cry out in my agony rj? were s.j sensitive 1 could not bear much C3 , - t"71 wifativ "' ' Last ear I was staving at Doncater. list of corrections. Sure ou don't ple, "I think he has bchael absurdly. u j s Aro vour nerves "vvoak? Arrecablo to use. There was but one delinquent, Mrs. tho Kas! .r ot du-- '. ; at tim - so had t'tat and long for death. Uue night ti e misery ftif MKtlal curl ie from amoni SI. 1L If this is his disposition I am glad to aud was rather surprised one morning tho ti.u .1 w. uld :un. and a' ni'ht I could w as so intense that I arose aud a'.teuiptod Send for clrcu'ar. I'rice 50 cents bv mail or at fie..fir I wu - not rxrted tour." art.weatt II. j Russell's bosom friend, Kugenia Gray, mind?" dressing. har Uv hn a:h'. Af'i r trvn-- many things to go into the next room, but wai unablo druggiits. LI Ouvdwia, 1A. Crutu.n XemitCT aeTcltuid, O. "Of course not." said Mrs. Russell, know it. He nnedn't he by a kuock at m. door while and she was to follow very soon. Those I Fly's C earn to Hit mv swollen feet above the little wlbiut mu h lioni-fithat was ter- - can brow-beme like that. I iriA 1 In answer to my Come in," there already in residence at Lotus Lodge with a sty vou Brisht's Disease? HEALTH AND LIFE Havo Xvort cum! hh heo iny water w Jart that obstructed them. fellow whose acquaint- Uaira. I am a li vinn witnesis of its ftlcacy. threshold upon tbe b. d and gaspedI ViGGB, "Klrtney . haps a trine overdone, "if it is perfectly could catch him anc: (transiently so christened by theromau-fell back li.Ti;H ISutcK, Fui luer, Iti.a.a, N. Y. i una cuts ua ujn una mooa.- Is found In the Great Modern Discovery, you are right. ance 1 had made quite casually in the in my agouy, but felt unable even Wouldn't I pounri Frtnk WUoa,rea3x)dr.M. tic little bride) weroMiss Carrie Tem--pl- certam that diSMissiou of With iaany the point enA short lika death, It se When the gentlemen pre ntly came hotel smoking room. another bosom friend of Mrs. Rusanted in Washing- to breathe. veam ago med J)r. J. E. Ran A PA7TNT his been Suf f erinr from Diabetes ? Rev. 'feveial he told me that he had losUven f ar ton 1v: a "hen- - nest."ri T'jk only wonder "Kiln sell's, Mr. Frank Turner and Mr. Hoff- sued, which reslUtcd.of course, in Mis. in, there were still visible cerUin of Washington, wan tatione-- l alcnost rUef." Pnrsn Drtnf mr C3a. Uires Dr. ltulllp lrcnwllt Xunkten, Vt. j he poes-e- d over tht; "JitLeger," Is that n werwvdv ha- - no' fj.,t a patent ou kin, now pastor Russell's conviction. of uneomforta'dene , but a de- thins C.JJiilvu, man Martin, the two gentlemen being of the Congregational hire as and hadn't enough money to take him tUe hen. l'hibi lr!,hni C d. "Poor little Mfat!" "aid Mr. Russell: position to let by gnes w a The-- e five le Church. We all admired and respected great friends of the hot's. Havo you Liver Complaint? him 0? I knew Lint, and my wife rem inhered weeing (With Phosphorna,) young people were all well educated "I'm afraid she's likely to have a hard manifested, and Mr. Turner approached home. Would I T BJIUK1 Ji HUi'U -WV VU Mr fat! er luid an tatfi cxnoer for sevhe was e cue. something of his people andthit somewhere that he had spoken in tie high- roFicc'a mn ,oa time of it, not, being up in these kind of quite affably. vlruc In a'l forri'of Houer i prmjr ea vara, uze (.ol. v ears, n 'i aud enlightened members of society, Ueary ku;.u, uoiro,.!. j. n which rouj " a gentleman, so unhesitatingly Jiaud d eraland tho nbi le ,ni atche away his under est terras of a preparation friends. had cored JJ ri''.1) h ii,l. Hr InnsHn r? n Eiluust ou. Ac tilings." k. d'own to iho some of his w. k of i . V l.p "I have been making on juiries each having a reputation for culture in We deacning? him what lie re pi nil. The aoor fel'These kind. Mr. Russell?" said Eu- he bejan. .I.OO. Is vour Back lame andnhea I wuso H.IKIl!wt'lr,l lotiinof his gutns.i Wj;ot iueo' Sui:ts termined to tryintimate his or her little circle, which was quite this remedy, accordin.ly botUel cored ma Vmltmpf .r tli n w3Isriisrriv or Ilmltli.' V mako hpecille and Rnve li(m, and tbe effect has sent for it, and, to make a long story nn4 rftil Ot wyml' r . urmi rff. at having C k, Bef uid "Eir7Miries," put in Miss Temple, low's luae I bad to roll out of ted." . . as well deserved as such reputations genia. "Number two!" U. il. Taunts, iiiiwauseo, v,u. bfeu wondernu itimo miraculous, ine tros, or lufc your lii"gt for It. Adtli. t Anyone who had been looking would promptly. su h a rcipic-- t to a tranger was, howcompletely restored my usually are, though none of them could sores a.-- all h aied, and he is perf ctly short, it me back liom the grave,, health,I 1H. C. XI' . St OTT, and brouh' Havo . you Kidney Disease? Mr. Turner said nothing. He did not ever, o intense, tlmt after stammering havo laid claim to absolute erudition, have observed a gienm of triumph in well. Every o'eheie said it nnoilyH ICnnsa City. no. way owe ail I health and "tLUlnfy-Vort mode ran rmnd lnllrer and lddner even look at Miss Temp'e, but those at his thanks he burst into tears. "Look qu'fiion of lite alou' his d at), and hi strength have in the h'af-- olCuie, better except, perhaps, Mr. Martin, who was Mr. Russell's eyas at this. after roars of cnraoereful rfoctorinsr. Iti worth! "These kind of things? Certainly," whom he did look found that gaze the here," aid I. "I -- co how it is ; fou hate rure has cr a'e-- thr jrreati st exciteiupnt in knoirn as to Warntr's Kidney and Liv$! a UX." Saa'l Hcxljes, Wlliramntowa, Wat a. j Wari.e 's Safe professor in a great college and looked to !e beholden to a comparatif rang-er; tLis )ar of the country. Wm. It. LatuboI'. uot?" er Cure. J am positive that if I had taken reverse of pleasant. upon as a rising man. In their several said Mr. Russell. Are vou Constinated? cured Suutu KaiW.n, Mia, Jan. 7, "SMnry-Wowhy don't ou go to your Uncle?' eaows .r eraeuaaoes and this medicine when-- felt tho first symp- About The South-Wes- t, "Htcause kind is singular." said Miss "Poor Carrie! ishe's done for herself ways they were all fired by the desire 1 might have avoidtoms above describeu, more iboa r.rcH3a, SU AlUnt, Vt. j and had come off Gray. "You can no tk'sta-iple.'- ue lhi.se now," commented Mrs. Russell in- You hae icwelrv enough alraat you to are ed all the agony I atteiwurd endured, is said that the . .. VI, It un. C1I-K.in. carry ou round the world" I never rau- - d by Jh'- un trvfi - to stinst new sav nothing of tbe narrow escape I hiu fornU irj ( i"nulo V ih. r id I. m.'" lit Inn rs, ir M vim by.the wardly, iu great distress of mind. holidays accompanied by vast kind than yon can say for their Have you Malaria? ' -- aw 1. in my s .1.1. "Of course," said Minnie, eagerly '.t iiintft. Ir . ' l.riw s, 'ti k- ul tiilli iri'iK M "KKney ..ort ta don UiUr Uhcx any other Mi-- s from death." numbers of books and manuscripts and Temple, however, if 'no b'ft He a man o grateful"liver,'' life. standard time. itiddleboro .eicx. i r r1, aiiJ MlDer aiiiixi'ilu had retunitd tne my fp on Iu order that alj possible facts hearing ptnp'.l - ft 4 a d ' ' ' . Ii-- . U. K. Clark, SuuUi Hero, VU I scientific instruments and artists' ma- seiring the idea; "or these tiiU, or thcU herelf under Mr. Turner's ban. carrie I ... V. It. siC HXtlHT. i in - .t rt f j. KliemuatUm Quickly Cnretl. upon the subject might be known, I called a .satisfactory interview with his avuncAt, or them jpeen." terials. So far, however, although Mrs. Imuiitrx.! c. A. 1. ii. a. 1 . li. K.. Ii'I'ilka. Ka.xs.im. it off with spirit. There has never Ucn a medicine for on Dr. Osca P. Fassett, who was for nine'Aro vou Bilious? than any! who read "Why, Minnie, liave turned Russell's guests had been with' her a "We are both in TOdrieT XVort has donerua e.' she cular relative, his Ben-oi- ly ad an.ed rheumatism introduced in the Uni'ed States teen years United States Examining Sur- ABSOLUTELY ! repeater, that !ia trivitu such nnivorsal satisfaction geon 'and who attended Mr. Jacques- during on linn against nict too?" s'Uwr husband. otaer rcrawr i tore ever lasen.- week, none of these articles had been whUpered to Eugenii, wit'i a little ilrs. J. T. Galloway, ESc Flat, Orejoa. "C'ertainiy. Didn't turn against laugh. "Mr. Martin is reaMv (mite as came ba k w ith bis face beaming with , Durung's It (.U'ia ie K It stand hissicknis. He stated that Mr. Jacques THE BEST.1 called into requisition, and the days ' t Al'.uiinn-uti- a upon out aloi e as thn one nt remidvthat act- had a most pronounced eas of Ata von tormented withotPiles? i had passed In a dolce fur nienU. me, I'd like to know?' angry as Mr. Turner, but it is a more ind"iHnd a delight, anl Ueed&s KtSner Wort vrrmonrMlt cvrtil nio or Bright'. disease of the kidneys. (Jicler's extra, ually cure- - this inad d.seas . It is tiken 3 racking "Dear inc." said Carrie Temple. "I co itrolled kiud of anger." j bttlof P.i't rOVa. Dr.'vt C Ki ne wm nendd It to roe." "Eugenia will be here can That an analysts showed th piseice of has nnd TJe- - i'lt.'rn.illy, ana CtfO. u. llunt, Uiituur ii. ur.,, uyeiKcwn, ii. n n C r. I wish lectin ," said Mrs. Russell to her husband, one begin to shako iu my slippers said sec." Lnl fad t euro ti,e worst cas in the shortest albumen and casts in great abi.nd nice and TwoWiSft as'Sai'ati! r UbHVb.So ly "It U really in st (hoMamI minute. Th time. It is bdd ly ev.y drujt(ls at Jl. that be was in a condition where few, if iilKoliltr. tlrst-c'- u tltcli-pleasant evening, looking up from a I had plead guiltv at first and kept out Eugenia, "I w.sh he'd make another Arodn.you Eheumatismwaracked? , Xloclilnc In tho i. cored me. aXter XXarrant-iWn'e for f e forty ir.g pimp .let to li. K. any, ever rpcovr. His recovery was duo MiirliL l".nt sin trial. ItrnlD: nn 3 ymrt. cla up to letter she was reading; "and then, and of it." mistake." and I fi id tullejwi ininy tootj. i die Ly Mcuil Hir Illti! rated Cnfiilociir Cure. HxLfUKNbTiNE, Dixigis'.U to Warner's Safe 3Ien for 1'iiiprstnries. "Hfttdsd. if you please, Carrie," 2tridco Jlateoin, Weit Ifiti, iUdne. TKt;H'H-)not till then, our party will be com"We have all had our lessons in the Mr. John W. Hobart, General Manager 1. Aaent Wimlnl. t or Vrw York. M ttlUHC t'., said Miss Gray. "Plead is a regular eril habits of careless spec h," Mr plete." T.nrlffls. nro vou sufferinfr? A komai who has pi nty of her own or the Vermont Central llallroail, sta.t.l "A one armed man for emergencies of ' tr-i- l no if pii Uar verb." "K Mr. Jaqus na onf of the best unj. x "You think so?" said Mr. Russoll, liava switcat that "with the to Martin said, i nn o!Viftronil hair epTcxalyuirast Jul ij. Jlanrfr cverv tinit.'" exclaimed "Goodness1." MhTVH Temple. I'll in 8t fait'ifu. of bis einp.oves, that his Usudei. JjkIiuU J'st. ic." Hi. IL Lamvrtaax, liio La. lioiio, 1. hesitatingly, taking his pipe from his of Missdra. She, it seem-- , o In id n the heat of an argument ou been au severe sickness had mou'h and looking fixedly into the stop talking aitogethee' and other the prevention if coll.-'osIf you "vvould Banish. Disease! Why don't vou u?e St IMr ck's Salve I Try one and the company were no on y chid "I don't know butHat I'll f!loy bowl to avoid meeting his wife's oyes. I don't xenture to hope th:t," aid .icculen' to again have bis services, but grate ul to km w one to fail in It. lelt- "I nc it ana gsm rteaixn, j.uu.u c At all dr.iUtS. i yonr example " Mr.tTurner was be- Tuea'a, cmceiling lier . ' In Tvuri "d. odib-n "Why I thought you were very fond the remedy that bad cured so valuable u lo-- s z: srT.v.-:- . ..f w r oftnneer". i r,h. lcer, ginning, when he 5wis proniptly elation; "but while I t.iink of it, time of l inger. e The wits, of an arm man. of Eugenia?" the latter said. 'J'limcr. X XTalnut J.rnr lllr Itrinrer and I can ems to in na their , 'li- Mr. James M. pouncetl on by the otbte. Assistant Superin- tusrsnxsrmsa pi M' l!t'lCJl'. t let me say that the word m have jn- -' name sever d fioiu all others, it i "Sol am, my dear. I admire her "But what, ray dear fellow! n. F.ir of their display Is ea'lre.y tendent and Master Mech.onc of the Ver- v."of ff orb "siKi r. i. aiia l" " (ivanLimti'tiix uddr- a immensely; but could we possibly bo li i used is pronounced by authority as we!! of nerve and invention when other men as clear as wter.a:id.a its nani ir dicattk mont Central Railroad, u also able to con iin.BM.iri 1 said Mr."Marti "I am rather a custom cc'l with the i elided. I were of no a perfect Vegttalile Hmr UK. T. I I'OAD, Aurora, Kuce Co., IU. Tub Blood Cleanser. getting on more comfortably and pros- firm this. Do vou remember is immediately frte the head from will zzBzmoa 3ES3 I do not claim to be a great discoverer, but we are? Here are Frank surpriseil to see that ot mistakes .are don't kaow xvhy it should be. l than Ro-- s Man hman? No? Well, I'll tell gray hair to its natural co,or. I do think I haxe found in the above am ?erously restore PISffS rv.EIlDTFOa CTArtRH IS UNrAILIMQ and t arrie Temple, who' ve been more of grammar thaajponunciation." has a correcter sound but o it is. So vou the kind of fellow he was, when he and produce a new growth whera it remarkablo case and knowing the unusual g XSD I5FALLIRLB all these months, comtu please, also with decil saving the eomp-inv'off. Itdoesnot in any in inner af work-- d under mo on the Piedmont Air-inci ease of Brigh. 's feel that the feet the health, w i,i, h 8ulii.ur, S.iar of public sbouid have disease ing to terms most beautifully under the Mr. Martin," said Mils Cray: "vour presence I've heard you trat that BMrtonML Aojnaln mre N.rt eipnlve. T!ire the beaefi' of it. It i nc road. !c.Tf tr.in t of 8ilvi i I'leparalion-bav- e seems to me a remedy that can accomplish miMltn treatment in one i. rkace lliwwl for Cold and Hitrat Bpell ot tins UUicious juxtaposition, uttorancoof the wo.d h very distinct word in the Mime pimetilious manner, "There is, not far from the South Iad done. It will cbango iu".t or fad-t5?T Epileptic Ills, in ike Head. Headache l i.nrtw llv Fvir, Ac. lSbswHbw audrefinctl, ineffe t, bi,nnfortunatcly, but the dictionaries give so much iu the la&t stages out; it to do even cenu. BTa'llHu.'sm vriqrinaj. Fifty aided by a shining example of marital ." K Spawn, FaHIag Lair in a few days to n U iuii:ul glossy Carolina ine, a small town calle E. Warren. Ia. g. 1. It more for tue first approach of this decepfelicity. And as for Martin, why, you not correct, according "fc the diction-arias- ." i "Really, Miss Gray," put in Mr. Rusf"P it. Eacl Sickness, Convnl- It is several hours' ride from brown. Ask your drui-Ri-F. B. tive yet terrible troubl-- . see, he's an odd sort of a fellow, and bottle is warranted. J.mx- D. Park &. sell, 'I "don't know as ever I kuowed AQtlS Al.lC ok best PnmllyKnlt-tlni-Mnehln- e Etocs, St. Vitus Dance, Aicouousn, a iIr of "Thank you very reujli for tolling a gal as knows as much us you knows.' Atlanta. Ceoriria, ami contains about 8oxs. Wioleale Apents2 Cincinnati. Ohio, .?' somewhat hard to suit, aud yet how evT invtii"d.WUI kmt Knlc' lloiicj of tlorilimiiiil mill Tar .'o people The telegraph operator at and C. N. C'RiTTKNTctf. N Y. . Opium Eating, Scrofula, ani an ident it is that he's suited down to the me," said Mr. Marthi,m his suaveat Any mistakes in that sentence ' If o, the d pot is Wards oiC tbe grip of pneumonia. Pike's agmt, express tone. AtSF FJervous and DIooc! Diseases?: 1 toothache drops cure in one minute. . Jsiiini.-aiachladon't put them down to me. It's a agent, ticket hen Doctor JfJt.urUl with things as they are now! truckman and fordreoUr sndt-n- r i to Hi.- otStrott, Booton. JUm. Co., lua Inn., almost dread the change, and fear "There was somethfngportentous in quotation. We must present ou to our poitcr. In fact, he runs the whole enough to .'.oabt the reliaI It will b time r27To Clergymen, Lawyc-- Literary Jf en, this extreme civility as 'Euena friends as the H.;roat North American Kidney-Worrats, mlco, Ijitr- ail Morcbants, Baakcr.i, Ladus and allVhosa Flies, roaclies, ants, btl-bs- , Eugenia may bo a mistake. is a responsible position. bilityi: oi a mot,t valnaldo mc licine agioe imtemt and bis t1 at Eedentarr employment causc3 Kcrrofts Prosin all crows, cleared out by "Rough on Rats."l jc is and la ""Eugenia a mitake! George, I won- shrewdly suspected. a$! 10 JaScied Correct'jr.' You should hax-d a He often works all day and all night diso.dcrs of the tration, IzTttrularitiea ol the blood, stomach, Kidneys end ulib.' curt fur llet. Ci. i mi SI fm"i !n besides, you know that, hi his heart, he djjlfercd her. der at vou. vAnd to that effeet hung around your and it is a strain to kcp up with the Ikiwe.s, and freauemly or Kidneys or who require, a a i ' r ,aiitYnnn S7''. or bowel appetizerofstimnlaiit, Samaritan nerro "cribe it. Llr. TlIK COMBlXATtON OP IXOBVDIKXTS Use 1 ir .ys: 'Thepas So she proposed an adjournment to the neck." s"rapi, how anxious I've always been to bring Xav work iu the busy season. Kins March-ma- n P. C. Ballon, of Xionk'i. i. vi AT. VKXHIS." t'Tile, ' in making BaoirK'a Br.o.xcMiAt, Tkchfs sitting room, and an appgrf to the dic yeav I bttro used it m re thun OTor, and is such as to givB tne bet Mr. Martin and Eugenia together!" Mukirs, Box Mii, Nw Vortt eife-- t "Pla tird, Mr. Russell, please. No operator was telegraph vn;h the l'tt r. suits, it is the most HiS ilORBTJ "True," said her husband, smiling, tionary. xvith safetv. lhey are the best remedy iu objection to the scheme, but in my j, at Sewanee. He was about twenty-t"THE DEST IS THS CHEAPEST." ascd." fcueh a rente ly I have tr proclaim it tncraot; Diseases. When the party entered this pretty seen that Martin ought to "I've long character I must except wo years old. a id hid lost his right recouunen .ation p.it ior itself. Sold use for Coughs, and Throat i wonaenut jnvigor-sg marry. lie thinks too much of himself, little room, which was Mrs. RusjH's to the pronunciation." . tiAm iTW U" bve a vt. that arm. How in the world he raanagea to by all druggis-.HjKflsuPcwas, Not a costly medicine 23 doos Tiso's .... a Sc Pffl S rnlLLb, iinS and matrimony is good for that sort of mo-- success'ul effort iu thB way of fur- -i a slnkiDtr system. "Why don't you hire a hall and give duties is a Cure for Consumption for 23 cents. Wet : "thing.?' Firall ertiors and purpiweaj W riti. f x- fr-- - ramrOU .: nishmg and decoration, probably more a lecture. Mi?s Gray?" said Mr. Rus- perform his multiplicity of 51.50 per bottle. Tim Ttrst for Uutter. iudmccatoInAa,laiad:TajtorOo.,MaafleW. he w as never found wantTheDR.S.A.1 Tliere i but one bfit colr for butter, and "You don't mean to say that I ever than rule df tliem felt that this thinn-ha- l sell. "You might call it 'Grammatical mystery, but tho qualifications necesSkinny Men. " Wells' Hialth Renewer" ing in any of A: C .'s ImKEDICALCO., that thnt fs Well, RicharUxo., gone far enough. It would nut do Heresies and Schisms.' " made you think less of j oursclf! Why, " sary to a successful accomplishment of proved itatter t'olor, no candid investi- robtorea health and visor, cures Dyspepsia. ' prletors, St. Joseph, Mo. ' how could I when you are so much tosny.iQ. hoWittvor, m) they ah 'XvaiteJ I diil I should not pronounce even' task. We all had confide. ice in gator doub s. It is tic "If l.titur color in SoIdayollJJrnjrglsta. (13) the 3iciiomiry was scJiisms as if it wore a word of two syDiu "Williams' Indian lilo Ointment. and cleverer "than I am? In- ropectfully-wiiiIbetter i.cd nient or One night in November, the world; i free L033, STOUTESaURS & CO, Igab, Chbp, lil tiuit, ui. JifirJ- - U a. L. sail li to., y, alwavs deed, George, I'm afraid you donjt do consulted and Miss Gray" vindicated. llablesnor prism either, nor (xiptism Marchman. sitting half asleep over his lor inst int ua. nnd Warranted to cure any case of blind, bleed182, he was dandelion dt: pnnird:lsyeUca your duty by me. I am always asking This done, Mrs. with as If it had three, as most people do." key, worn out xvith fatigue, when he it impart, to t.utUT t iat richwhi'-- is tbo ing or itching piles. At druggists. 1 JRXSION'H r' tin-- e of Su ! I."Ior' Calm tolWliJIjrniar. auiam-- iyou' to "correct mv faults, and you some idea of leading the conversation lUf. "May I ask," said Mr. Russell, was aroused by hearing himself called yellow, wiih ut a in anyr.l, Xervfnt cures . Vi.irii-i"Wliiw we say that .Saraii-KaMr VVrirbrorB( CInrtr.ua acme of dr sintbility butter color. P , into other channels, said suddenly: i mm. VXV. Met won't." rbeuBtatlsni. vre mi an It." Friaen Journal. wne,ier uj any coance, you ever by the Crlelc,Siiralai,Wrcacnca, Kben He answered, Ku!iin- liil T Iftll vmi flot i... .,t make a mistake?'' "Why should I?" asked hor husband, matism, Nosroleia. Edatiea, &VWSI. K0 PATENT. A0 TAY! A JfcsDClisor of Ifealtti. and the following order came over the Don't Die In the House. ' Itousrh on Hats." PA' 8. 8 & P A. eurl7 ratas" Stitch In tho S3 Atr I'a.eni shrewdly. "Wc do capitally as we arc, the dado around this room ourselves?" to Sent liom nervous, "Assuredly," said Eugenia, "my es- wires: ' LsaSU rtf Art"rn, v. V ,v u.r. n I C. 15c. &d, Backache, Swollen JotnU, No. 12. north bound, chronic frexs bloodaalierwr brain and heart deurs out rats.mlceies. roaches, . i diseases, Hd-boo"Very creditable to you, I'm sure, cape y and Uiere are uot many natures that can and of i t Za.fiixaai? all Heart ami ach-- s Bore ilosclej. Dlxo. li Itce. I'ullinslrustt011 is pure good luck -- or else Se vanee, 1 a. m. Hold for extra No. ptf"J either local or Chert, nd nffections, nervous dbility, exhaustion, ?au in . stan'd beibg" told of their faults, even if, my dear," siid Miss Gray, smiling. because of the leniency of my companDs. B. F. Lacoiimn, CI ids, Kau.,wntus: 31 jrj WhoViisI' aid S"nd for a ar u lautlr Mt0"1 and peedlr.arnrtdb7 "lcr-Jt--d 1:01 a. in.' There was etc., who have failed t.i find relief. It ttll rH. 'j( u.ade orili r. te " Samaritan Xertinc cures is.' - rt C O. it Compounded, iu It Is, of by possibility, they should chance to "We'll call thnt word da-iMil's Gwni"however, ions," she added, looking at Mr. Martin nothing unusual in the order. March-ma- n of wonderful cures effected by Dr. Scott's J(p Hotter. Gums, Ealamsand I HHl K. IlUUNHAXl. Tl UUvacn. the mtdiiljalTtrtuesof , have one or two." if it's all the same to you-l- n as in far." wickedly. "Indeed, sometimes I err atimnUtin?, O K'd ' it and made the necessary Coca, Beef and Iron, with Phosphorus. Xtracsa,Kts Indeed Vit bt Wells' "Hough on Corns." 15c. A!; for it. "0, but George.I would never mind Sirs. Russeil, in spite of herself, was deliberately. For instance, nothing preparations for tlagging down No. 12, Kold bv druggists; $1. Dr. Pcott, Kansas Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions. C5A" roroas iiancr t- roaio. Hootl.iaacdau'enctctnin; 'ft I'i n mr'T K Oop Flatten ore sol J Ly all drotstsand connti7 stores. it.'a. City, Mo. Ask your druggist for pamphlet. especially from you. Do try me and perceptibly discomfited. Her husband, would induce me to wiy dark for clerk, which, being a through freight, did not !T Si cent otCto lor 51 tw. J! i &iia " E'alrnl.iCi'1 see how well I'll take it" IlEOrixo'5 Russia, Sn're i tie mt vrouder-- f I Iflli street. Clnetuitatl. oiiin, & xvho had been watching her closely, iu this country, or to spe-istalled on receipt of of a sittinj stop at way stations unless signaled to Kidney and Bind Stinging, Irritation, all price. Hup nxtterCo., ul healins medium in the v orld. Try it. At this point the conversation was perceived this, and realizing perhaps hen, though 1 acknowledge the correct- do so. The night was dark and sUrnrv, ' anted BO br! MOAXiT. Proprietor! and sr Complainte.curwl by Iniirtl Uatn'h w.,rld 1 mh', interrupted by the entrance of a neat .that his little wife was not a tower of ness of both of these points. I don't and the wind blow in gusts, driving the BotonIass. $250 AiioriM JAY UtONSO. UsTKurr. iRh.t. MICH. an-- t strength with regard to language, little parlor maid who came to . Peop'.e don't wear he want to go so far, in my aim at purity rain into every crack and crevice. The lern Tkleubatht horr and iiouncc tea. diugy or fadwl things when tne 10c nnd sad: of language, as to merit'the epithet ap'.he r. wil'irtee roHft tbaatinn. Vouns: nrCoaled toscue. tod hreatn. tour itcsnach and ltret Dye It happened that during this meal "What does it all matter? These plied to me by a clever man I once track a from the north jmst and station puarantewl Diamond ate jxvill makethem CrcnSrifree. VAUSNTINEBR03 . JBoesrhlr, Wis. Ptfmaeh flheoM cared br Jrer rills, yet . heavy down-gradit was good as new. They had eriect. Ot at Mr, Martin stated that he must go to minute technicalities of speech arc not knew, who called mo A Grammatical the custom for engineers to biow a long 'VV Ei 4atS&v t'V i rf Wells, Hieu 00 nrr Good Irr Cor Ajrnt. DIDOIn druggists and b the city the nea.t day and would be re- very important. It should be sufficient Prude.' " wss. aclllnz vii" flwi llooli te JSIblra. i"i E3I 1 1 5aS aa TVCISIfV IIATJIX rarrd blast ou the whistle, when thoir trains ardsja &. Co., Builuuton. Vr. XXrittoiI.C.3IcCurdyV:Co.. Cluclnuull, u. rltlront patn. B oicof UF8tf (CI atliomi rtOou.ar.il.D.jAUanu.Ga. turning on the evening train the very if one tells the truth! For mv part I Miss Gray laughed as she recalled crossed the summit, some I14U a "ule, ar lent tree, is.il. A MONTH mill IIO ll:I lor three !irr ono that was to bring Miss Gray So havo ympalirv with this f the eccprassion, and Mr. Martin might awny. Ixo. 12 xvas on time, ana whon little Ii h very bud ts:e tor a wife to growl ln. l.ntr l. ilf. .u ecu c"iutf. 'it was arranced that he should intro- - apoUicosis of culturfl. OUnt UiKucsrllm. have been seen to smile significantly. irM r. vv Zli. iLt.K CO., rlu aor'ph Marehmnn heard tho blast he ttok his at her husba ul for tracking mud ino the 'luce himself and act as hor escort, 4Sj. ? "Anotheo3is," corrected Miss Gray, That night, xvhon Mr. and Mrs. Rus- lantorn and went out on the 'track. housp, for whnt is home without its F?1 T W R m B WM D X Sx w 171 m P! Detroit Post. fart tbit. mnit ftf . . ' a plan which was accordingly executed, lauglrnglv. a at, l n s. sell found them-olvalone, tho former The headlight rose over the summit com g: ts Ucrse and Cattle Powder sold In this Condi- - ,w5B 't arui with such succos that, by the time "Of course!" saidMr. Martin. "Why. opened the conversation by saying: " 1 uxDEnsTAND they are getting up anlike a full moon climbing the hills, and wnrthvesai that ShcridAna kl HonIsVowder is obioiiddr pnra ard ver sua they, reached their destination, after a Russell, whore's yonr Greek gone to?" "What do ou think of your experi- flashed down the rails. The rain came other Art Imposition." said Mrs. Blank r jvj drive together in the summer exvaluable. pleasant Xntlilnr? on lTrtli will X2 sQI Minnie llashed'upon him a venomous ment now, Madame Min?"" y down in torrents, the wind whistled tho other day. "But they needn't year m ul iH&flHt smis3bbi mb HUo Jshcrldaii'n H Pi Hiatal hen lay anything. Last mo to gloaming, they had come almost to feel little glance. suU"- -'i yaio i " "O, George." haid Minnie helplessly, past the corners of the station with pectclumsy loan 'embroke an arm It will alo iirevent and cure ie icasnoonful to t aci p ,t of food. &A!f!nnfiifin imflr- - fkMi things the tit my 5Hk ssKTHE GREAT that they were old friends. Sold cverywlierc.br scat by mall for tboiera, 4c. Sj Mr. Turner, meantime, had strolled "How unpleasant it has been!" an ominous sound, the train came Venus do Medicine' and then had thy KifM.:.nrt?K! w:w(-t-ii- js S?OA Ikecer 'J IU BUU1LI3. Abo furnished In Ur;e cans, for EiwracvrivtEU by null, JUB: Orcalars mt FKSE. I. S. JOUKSOM & COs Booa, aiass. "Tolerably unpleasant. I must ad- thundering on. "It works beautifully," said Mrs. off to the window. He now returned, R. Marchman raised chert: to tell me it was that way at first. 13 tC Kk fS 2q dp h i breeders' nie, price 1.00; Russell to her husband, as they sat that cigar-cas- e mit. There's Turnerwon'tlook atCar-ri- his lau'ern and swung it across Juit as though I was foolish enough to pay &&3Btt&tf in hand, saying: porch, ob- ' evening when he's been quite unable to see the track, but before the signal could $15,000 for a second hand stattuo the "It's far too lovely a day to be spent , serving the pair who x ere now the spe- - in dry disaussions. tspmc one come out any one clfcc heretofore, aud Carrie, for be given a titful gust of wind put out ideal" Boston Herald. object of their thoughts. Miss on the lawn with me xvhile I smoke my her part, is obstinate and defiant to the tho light The train was not two hundA MAN in New York has brought suit Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica Gray, all in white, was stretched at ease cigar. Will you, Miss Carrie? You last degroe. I'm afraid neither will red yards oft" and had uot slackened its against the Manhattan Railma 1 Company bectsc-jUackaclie, Jlcsd.ichr, Tootharbp, ?Y in a hammock, and Mr. Martin sat must need changc-o- f scene after your ever make the concession necessary to a j speed. There was no time to get an- for the losi of an ve. He asks for $5.1,000. Sere Tnroat, Swelllnc. Rpriilto. lirntses, l AbTfOX. llurna. Sc:ld.. JVott ltlte, near by in a garden-chai- r and gently hansiug experiences." reconciliation, ao xvliat becomes of other lamp. It was a moment of horror The eye dear! Boston Post.Swift's qPftific is nrtre! a Tfcetahle jrrparatlon. And Ail Otnor BOUrLT P&ZKD ead ACHES. ardshvnl.fnjtbeconfonEd! wltn Uj, various hammock-strinFiXty Cents manipulated the At hanjhoas, "Boceni tnlallacis An ornithologist has discovered that to a. U.ttle. "Jarrassing," corrected Carrie. your plan? Then there's Martin, who to the poor operator. No. 8, with its . etc wn'.c&ar" noir be ngBannfact-nrea little distance the forms of Mr. Tnr- - "Why, know Al' racs.- -t was just ready to fall into your trap fre'.ght of passengers, was comin- just have an appetite proportional to that of a TZIK CIIAltI.ES a. tooi:l,eiico., By various p non. Nine of taf te, conula a betler than that" ner and Miss Temple could be seen It was evident to the close observers concerning tho other little so home-m- ore beond the town the two trains wonld robin a man vvou d have to devour daily a fSaxesujis to i co.y loltiraore, Md.,TJ.S.A. eta rle article whlcti enters tn'atn compoeitton of S. s. 4. Th retsonir one Swift's gpedflc and there H fret long string of sausages strolling about tho garden-pathand present that. .Mr. smitten than ever I saw hint in meet collision dastruction death nothiBjrinthcwcr,(l Use li. To preTent disaster and Tho nrceisttr for was not Turner and nine Inches in diameter. Make a ''lob dapp3lainmif. be sure to get the gumtnev Mrs., Russell, observing all this, felt pleased. He sad efSctest 553 hat, in truth, a somewhat ray life before, indeed completely all passed before his mind like a Hash o' link" of himself, in fact. Boston Cour- lood U a complete antidote-tSwift's within-hc- r a supreme content. turned around. I'll venture to say he o lightning. He fult the quiveriti"- of ier. 3la Ta'n'. Blooil P'oa. Mtisrlal fotson nnl Gs. masterful dillr growl nc wore nrnnor. breakfast, next morn n;, when the decided to nature, and he had finally has set Miss Gray down as a female tho ties buueath his feet as he stoo'd in J. Dicios Sth. M. D AWvuta, At of ln.ora.ie. andter'a ucccs xrtUi Swift's Fpeclflo is I hAT- - ha! reutar When a delicious country cream and butter and him becauseask Miss Temple to marry prig- - Hie thce JIoticrsttfthe ci has received a mor- the full glare ot the light now fearfully turns to theyoung woman firstin lovo sho Tho fact is well luulerstooil tathetreatmen of 1Blood and Stin Dlsvases. and la he considered her pliant on picking poet's corner tiiowach y.of for Carbuncle y toolc It i. fruit had received their full share of at- and dependent. That is Eugenia her- close, buddonly his hand sought bfs up tho local paper. Aftor sho is marri-- d And tal cliief In nierlianu lt.e that the JtlKXlCAH VYlthbappx she should know self,blow. used tothere Martin delight- pocket; there was a flash, a tention, and every one was in his or her better than he D..Athata, Gs. xvho thinu ft sho turns first to tho advertisements of tho sharp report in w? ViVtrr .Jwil uurlty ofbowl,stow LIXIJIEN'i' is by far maoa mr little s best humor, the little hostess solemnly ever, was not did, in any issue whatso- ful, but who'd tell you now ho was rt of a pistol, and a bullet went crashing store. YJf tS S&k. I ntcd Swltfs Spec lie BJood ruUoa danghter, who "'' M,l wtrith bid re. soma So now lAriai levrt, was afflicted with agreeable to him. the best external known for ioiv' ifftcsV - en oplalnt, debtliver vlf-S5- f lty, slit d all sorts of troo ment. Tbe Spectne rclieTed her firoposed that they should, that he merely bowed without speaking and conceited coxcomb. And this isn't all. through the headlight. The lamp was &. vert centsible necklace comos in xvith r Sit. ibmn atlnnaidm rxrman.'nstT. man or beast. The reason Ptle. Ark. their schemes of sclf-imMinnie, look me in the eyes. Toll the extinguished, and as the engine passed tho new year. It is made of new nickels. A rr GCTi-- i KIdse. XT "E. Bsowtk. if. D. . Cypres or Kllm. nt aro itinr. proveraenr, by entering into a resoluto went off to smoke his cigar alone. r u;li'y "why becomes an "open ser rcd j threw the pistol into necklace of this kind would havo been a truth, dear. When hax-- you ever felt him, Oct treaUseoa Blood tad Hdn Disease toafled free "How dangerous these black-eye- d tni tnrociiiarabla to give, but agreement to tell each other of misgood present for St. 3vickel-u- s did xvhen I the cab window. toward mo before as lam n torvlfcand Atfacta. cret" tvhen wo explain that to 'favVlFTwY -- o"s CO.. Draiitr 3.Street Gs. fcPEOFIC alwajrs m die na. "UXTen "4 s takes in grammar aud pronunciation, men Miss look when they are cross," corrected you this morning3" "Well, the train was stopped, and the it's too late to think of that now. Detroit and It Is juuir "3Iustaiisr" penetrates sTiiy, said Temple, making an effort to Free Press. as lh" pont whenever any member of the party "I know, George, anil I'm awfully conductor coming forward to see what flesh, and muscle to the very and mot; cr irjiiviien-- f 8TOMACH- ,-, should detect such on the part of any seem unconcerned, "Mr. Turner might soiry. It wasn't because of the mis- xvas xvroog, reached Marchnian just in " On, yes," said Smythekins' wife, who vc rernedr of tt have passed for a stac brigand, just bone removing all discaso theater-goer- , Fortal'liyatl elv "Mr. McJones Iher member. Her proposition was take- only I did think if I went xvrong time to receive his orders, when the Is a regular and Dex'crs I hare a posiwrs rcmedr for tae alxive atantset br las He is quito a and soreness. Ko other lini"warmly indorsed "by all present, with I generally. cethoaunds of cva of the worst lrnd u-- ot losg you shouldn't havo been the first to latter, overcome from the terrible strain, knows all about painting. Connie Soogah." X. Y. Graphic standinchaTebwacnred. iZl'?Sand' dcar f you don't mind," catch at it. It almost seemed as if you fell to the ground. The train was ment does this, hence none ono exception. Miss Gray was silent. .. run lniU.tT that twlllscndTWOBOTTLWFKEE, to disease, ."Why don't vou speak, Eugenia?" said Miss Gray, "that word is accented xvcreglad. You didn't look sorry "for into the sidinjr, and No. 3 dashed bv at Mns. BnowN "And so your husband I other is so largely used or sj mnmmm. aoSunervr uiiBMT-"iuii- ir IU Peart St, VJ l first it DR. T. A. SLOCUX, rYort i....ii i aocs such worlds of good. (about forty miles an hour. Notapasscn- - lost his leg. Isn't it awful?" "Wife "You l n m a fee aiu .iis. jvu.v.h;!!, uusuruiig .iII IS. 4on thetoo badsyllable. Rut really, us me one bit." siJ b to be so captious. Let not may well say it. And it xvas only last Wheal it i si a LOera uVn m."TlT lOiMiitlieafvr arWeJe. Bead Surely you wouldn't mind being told . seems IKC Tbo Pill! ! returned to this, having ger dreamed of what had happened. Tbe rewmajraai Invnnaradl-ealca-LAUICO dOL, stamp rrlet atuueaod i lUll for llta&tmed otrealar. bought of boots if you should, make a. mistake which try to tbfck of something else. What no connection with the present narra havom tho Hueo of FITS. El'IlXI'SV "i)t course." continued the official, week that ho Brown."a new pairTranscript. rFAUUNOS llr. It. OJARK. ?& Saex Street. Bettoa. Maaa. Mrg. Boston haS "become of the expedition to the Iwarrantrar , isn't likely!" . remtdr to euro the worst ca. e Rso oUiera haro - opafr, "we remembered Marehniau m a subtion, need not be given here. A. S. K.-- E. .4"ta 903 i f&Ced Is ao reason for not now rccelrtaff it enre. Konlat '1 hope not. certainly," replied Miss Don't think, young man, that just Infallible, probable that the other members stanUal wax. Ihatono arm, thon"!, oC tnutiM and a Free cconllnto Webster and Worcester Miss, It is litfln yrnrs btritix ' . loap-yeyou are golnjj to ba oncofor aGlre Erprras nnd Dottle mjr ooati juu lBrransKM is ri8b-b- ut It Gray; "but do you know, Minnie, I "TO Cor. V V ? of him. i.irlv imlrreil Mrs ItiisSoH's tvns tlu tAm tlewa later .authorities, in-- nf thn 7j9 trlaf, and I will I sriiaMs. t snapped up right away. The glrla waqt Qothlnr for a Dtt it O. lOT,ctiittou. St., r Torfc Mia Iddras IU Pirl hardly think this a happy thought of Cledlny Storiminth. have abandoned tho tht experiment to have been as unpleasant I Tribune they lca- pwuad ot the third syllabi cumco to look before Tho Hickman Courier. h,,"' ,.., Vi"ion J'tl Dcl-nioni- 1 eo -, ty W , d. to-da- . -- nuS;!S 11. j then-grave- s; tostl-monia- Li s. e xvL-h-ed to-da- ! Itsa an-wer- .. .... di-tre- ss o oea-Uau- il 1 1 i- rc-tau- prraps-prow- - c-as- PC- n , ..'. - e, ! 'A 1 a-- -- 1 -- 1 1 n, e. in-th- e ter-rifoj- y; -- d 1 nt - .i sea-shor- e mis-take?- " -- 'ATARR n-sy'c- bric-a-bra- c 1 -- -- un"-i.l -- s. -- ECi'oiO, - hU -w- - Icte-a-te- le 1 i- - j J ..? I i a. -- -- ro-tri- ls A"r-rTCP- I W- p Jrothers,Druggi--ts,OwejroJi.V- . I jioou-uutn- at t u-- "l o, f r mi-ta- ke 1 apvd-ogi- es evi-den- bv-gon- -- -ud yyuoa osGi anu yuiip . fu ii'nnla Il.i-t- i' ct.-- cur-'h- i- - V HI raarww - 1 i:i-- 1 - ;- -i -- . "IUdBT-Wert.- (l mo-tilieat- I I I - j l ty -t- li. Free Information . A-- 1r ! -- X 1 rt forsclf-iraprovcmcn- t, - -- -- . . 1 i . . u di-g- ra ju l'- a-- uu-dy- . ii9a tnors-ro- in-ist- ed ur-a- r r iHmisaini s prepo-terous- cEii l X i -- 1 One-Arm- 1 Clri-uln- r "tUtX-IN- O I 'i -- pre-entl- y. dwi-rii-'t - bui-uui- Uvu-Je- a endiu-a'dt"ral- V 1 exe-eding- ly is -- -- INSTITTTTE. f-- - ) i ..-"ff- -- I-- -- dlff-re- nt Vf l""i-- Impns-siWe!- k- - tl- - . . i - iiaiU8igg8gBlS51i AHABlftte Ke-tore- r. u-- e. dan-diui- E-i- -- ..--t sbilly-shalryin- s Li i -- 1 1 t Ii?.frSfcrJ c. " - WW -- !. ag-nt- XV - o bu-i-n's- 3, -- t. - e p'a-car- Li-.v- and-so-for- th iio'-sibl- e sue-ccss'- .al 0 - just-tneution- "-- -'- nt 1 cversa.-tain-C- t fiHl) .- e im-pn- ri Jk jii-m- i, n ii. r- tram-dispatche- r. - 1 1 , SHARP PAlRd t'-c hide-trac- k -- bed-bui- ;. i to-da- & k .t.-a- I south-boun- d, o, 11 priro-2H- t. ! Sm-rt- , I I 1 - . Aiiit-i-lcxi- 'i I k i "Bociiii-Paibn."i- l. s s, PLASTER an-f- l -par-tic- Ejg-W- ell Dre-se- il e, ecoa-uical- . ,r Pen Ita.-li-- u , - Clll3FCUREr'o-;i'part,y,ntsorS-imjBr2Toroc- COsailKkor-riV,StXositAl- mud-dor- e; T a ur.n.Vvwx-et-- .- - -- - aVif -- - ,- - L,J-s- "ir !&g&;?j n ILaJOa' AW e, on-th- e moon-lighte- d 'Cg, EXSTc , S 1 in is. g. 8oUbytrnrv-Ue3rtl".iT- non-stcr- cf - - d s, sixty-seve- n e o - hors-bo1 rim-d.- es - self-lov- 111 Us-as-- s 31US-1'AX- G dry-good- - e5 1c -- -- andlsha-lnsettlnra- e Ma-ehm- an 1 safe-sruar- CONSUMPTION, X Imled.rot-o7lsroTfalta .:j .l mi an-w- er niIR ts 1 1 r!TSf l. e CKSESSalUo-Uingftwl- -- I -- ar remr-ly- -- ps t n V ia P5SgCF V . .. ir .firV &Mt&s3&IXM ". rrt T a ,.fVj ' 1 'L Ai' S ' : !7 - - A negro womwi of I'riaotftn JHiiiit 100 years old, who claims to he a The First District has nine Eep- Among the cabin passengers on week. The groilpd hog savr his shad- the hark Veronica, wrich arrived us mm iour senators at prophotoss, was married last B?2N RnpstrrwcAvspst . ow Saturday in every part of tho at this post from Faal, yesterday Frankfort. They are identified woultLnot Gen. Sherman South that lias yet reported, and morning, was a oiing lady"'p6r-hap- s with the interests of Western bo PreKHliMif ifsays lie elected !. vrnfl the'coal meu are happy. twenty-fhyears of ngG Kentucky and ought to at least uimnitnmiKlv Annt1r eso of 6 ft im a was interests of NEV FEATHER rlR'D everything, nnv iz r.E3. ne quite pretty, wholist byregistered try to promote thepeople. And sour grapes. on the passenger TUka, kew and weigh", the "mod- Western Kentucky est title of Louisa Augusta de yet Senator Clement, of CrittenBt T. F. WttBOKK A CoV An old German tailor near LouOlivera. This young lady vras den, and Representatives Leech, isville takes a daily swim in t"e A niplit Hiipf ononod a i s married at several of Caldwell, and Biuford, of Hick- Ohio River. During the recent a the re::- of ''otmtv weeks ago. the islandsiniil.-trlvman, are the only members from cold spell he complained" of til vet. clerk Tnvlor, Fridn- - vs-li- t and the first glimpse vorv of her husband tho First District, who are sup- cold atmosphere, but said the took $8 from hie pockets. - O ffl - C was obtained through the cabin porting Mr. Sweeney, of Owons-boro- , was ery comfortable. a SQ windows of the Veronica as he n Western Kentucky man, "First claw IIEATINO STOVER stood on tho propeller wharf pa- the peer of any, for U. S. Senator. The Democratic National e have marked down the prices on rrry article in our honse, .ST at eot. . tiently waiting for the vessel to It is one Of tho strangest things l.AV. fORMAN&CO. hn heeu called to meet St come alongside the dock. The on earth that Western' Kentucky the Arlington Hotel, WashingtoU, The hotr crop stands 700.000 steward of the Veronica explained people can not see and learn the on the 22d day of February, for short, and the price of grain still to reporter thar marri-igSsZ&KZ&SSK&l W:$6$L bv proxy tactics of the people of Central the pnrpoHe of flvingthe time an rising on a fall snpplvand n slack was not uucominon among the and Eastern Kontuekv. Thf in place Of hohliiifr tli pniiveiitiou to W. g um-Sgm tsj! demand. This is New York re- islanders. It is becoming popu- as iar irom home as ponsible to nominate a President inl ticket. ports. lar, for'worse than awkward re- honor a limn, and do it ith & hnr-- j sults have frequently followed rah that plainly says to ;he world, The members of the Kentucky which, considering our heretolure famous low Oar pafons and th pnltlic hoMins pric t, mans that you can from any physlrinn and wihin vrtiore the girl has traveled a loug "we uac no men worthy of us." Legislature are di ided In titles 35 buy goods from us, A'CU', cheaper than they were ever retailed in this Drugs and carefu' attention distance to meet the man our pure freh to whom Is this true? Is it true, we ask, follows: Geneials 4; t'olonels, 3fc XKet betore can alwavs have snm cninpnu dl day t she is betrothed and the latter re- that Western Kentucky has no Majors, 6; Captains, 7; Judges, 29. We are nivht, at FortunvV Hruj fre oU'ertng Rare Bargains in fuses to marry because the vonug man worthy of tho votes of theso Tins leaves twenty-onmembers M Christian is the leading wheit lady does not realize his anticipa gentlemen? Mr. Sweeney is as with the very cheat and commdB and tobacco county in the State; tion. Careful mothers are accor- worthy a gentleman hh lives" in pretlx of Hon. Ommyiun L'ommmScx?J TJniou leads in corn and Woodford dingly averse to sending away Use State. lie is an able man, av uraifh. T2& &&3s.: ! produces nearly one third of all their daughters on this C. 0. !!, capable of tilling a seat in the The rise in the Ohio Rivers IMIM'm' subject to approval principle, and Senate as any man in Kentuckv. the barley. not demaud some guarantee of Jle is a Western Kentucky mana to he getting serious. The Now is the accepted time. Strike while tho iron ia hot. This Grand PARTNER W VN'TKD -half intr-ticinuati papers are talking nb , the Il'ckrasn GoUHtKH rovpijer good faith. atng Hale will oalr last for a abort time. We must make room for 1 A Jill ami Job Printing Office is offrd fn- sale vnt iv try auaii The courtship inUhe present in- Mr it .......... ...... j v i tin io .1..'. it i:i double leaded paragraphs r. ..v frion1 Sir Spring Slock. on reasonable terms, to n good printer or stance was conducted by friends ilutely ignored by ten out of the assure the people there is Very Respectfully, ! ooe competent to ct ss awc'ate editor of the young lady and gentlcmanj thirteen gentlemen who represent gronndis for a panic, but still mail busineM manner tf vising tlio renin; al 0f aln Photographs were exchanged and us at Frankfort. ALEXANDRE, & MAXWELL. property. Am'r,r It is generally believed that the compact was made. Ty$ bride- Leaders and Makers of Lok Prier. V.'clc:i I'hilliiti, Demi. TTSi alltho'peachesin this section have groom forwarded a power of at A bill to give the Common A dispatch from Boston announ- beenTkilled by the cold venther. torney, and the ceremony of mar- i. B. wealth's Attorneys If so, then good bvc for this year riage'was performed by a priest at're8tl,e death of Wendell Phillips, anu to repeat Jaws R fixed salary,! wai on hisMr. Cbcss Smith will be foitud behind our counters readv to Are now in new building, old ftuaerous friends and customers. gimg them a to all the best fruit that grows. lusal, marrying the voting girl to one of the earliest and jnost promt niilos uwuv. nent of the abohttonits. He was percent, on hues and forfeitures. a man thousands of & Srtr stand, assortreceiving 10,000 Ballard county owe The play of "Hamlet" with l.,,ht lor.j in Boston Nov. 29, 1811. his'Kml to prohitiir them from eompro more than it can pay ; mainly the left out can ment of be no comparison to a father being John Phillips, the1 aing and tiling awaytiudietuients result of theajritation of thequea-to- wedding without a bridegroom. firnt Maor of that city. Wendell 's au imporiant lneasure introdnc-Phillip- s of the county seat removal With her marriage certificate tIie House by Mr. Cook, ami Who Made the Low graduated a- - Harvard !ed the lays the Clinton lmnrmt. passage on t'oilege in 1831, at the law school ougnt to be passed. young lady engaged xox Mrs. Fannie Gardner Cald the Veronica, and exhibited some in lS.jy, and was admitted to tlte well, of Weakley county. Tenn., impatience, so the steward eays, bar in &ii. In 1S.30 lie became a I!nJTy lp.ple. was married on Jan. 23rd, at at the length of the passage. As Garrison abolitionist, relinquishOne ui the oddest tliinga to witaecs, it Oahiesville, Texas, to Mr. C. R. the vessel came up tho harbor she ing Three years later the practice aot one of the moot diAgrHWe to 3X&ZZlS Rollins. So snys the Union City grew pardouabh auxiaasandseHn of law because hewa? unwilling to ie tie fHcnltr which boomi jwopla tSHfe s B Our Country. tied the wharf intently as the ves- - ooscrve the oath of fealty to the hsve for Uikln offuume when no otifaiwo &o., sel was docked. At length a youne Federal Constitution. His first U miutUkiug "huff," m the phrase Jaule speech was made in Fan- - eeea vitii rvoMon (4- without mttking VJ"TK anaoum'e t"Or friend nd 'he pnWic (centrally, that we have just rceiTed An expert in farming auks the man came into the cuia atid aid ntcxk kind of Furniture Courier to warn our farmers to a man on the whnrf scat !im 'o "'" H m 1637, at a meeting call UlnUMl' furad tvrtj tIkxIv tsliw linoom. ttf tnbtn imTCOHean ihiwof alt ty'e ofof Furniture in and licit 'he trade A!- i.irtiefinowish W fortul.lrt, a uothing deeper Uuin raool line p'm td fancy. be careful m selecting their seed sec'if Iub wife was ahOftrd Tie '' ' insider the murder of Rc or more than a ever to Huffy people aru which we hay K'iji-corn this season. The nvoraifpl.atnwsird nskeil him to io:nt on i'. Loeiov at Alton. Ill corn m market this year won t the man, which he did. the girl " tmit tnu until ihOJ, he wa8 uu, neither Vautisi nor owulition bringing bouglit for cash, and will be sold Sprout. Look to It. s exhibited the liveliest iitforest aud a Prominent leader and the most nacxwirr wisdeijn and nitfiwpioionje8s; e booud tobaj low down, very .. Carrel Moxlev. will looked Iter husband over with a' popular orator of the abolitionists, but we sr will be eenendlTthat the larger proportion .. found aimmo tiner .i .... v .i.il. lln ,l.R;t.n..o.lv.vta,Uni 8 .1 ..:....i " "We prop's to make our price to suit the spirit of the time. Yon cin reat awured , , ,; th ,, ..! dnrfv '"';. prejh in theBaptiM oliurol, next u h.uj U look for cheaper good. We propofe to aell as lots tu tpn i.rtd never teav .. fTIL t nr .til. TkTt11xwl tha Aifti.n.,.A ui h 4lj r. tail Furaitu-- e sicrc ia (he ' Purcbas. un. iMbituii-c.. ... tnei iff iaeM!iiKT reiwijcu win: Verv respectfully, socioiy 1111 aner tne in& a their ti.i.nt Ki.flnMU nusbanu. The snri tOiusiietL many years, and we trust he will and'Oiey pro-- ' adoption of the fifteenth amend- - which K&aa to b a in wht the husband ainiled, T.F.'WILBURN&CO. have n good congregation umyba called the native form, mmI snically shook hands. Each was ,uet in lsd9. ; aS8.re roems in new Odd Fllowt baildieg. -: CotiNfj. Hon. II. A. Tvlcr returned apparently completely sntiefled jtrtTAll .k"''" of Repairing 'on- n nlort uuUc, and in a. wrkmaslike style Also high eeusiUveaess. aeordiuor a Give us a call before purchasing elseTuesday from Cincinnati and oth with their venture, auu 4Jie hns- - r n iu.'. they are pMsionate or salleu, k in reliy ifd are prepared t give special iaducements as the wodnct of er points, where ho has been buy- baud bore his young wiftuirondly The ptmm where. ni ,jiiuray oi iaai weeK a who ing machinery for the new furni- away. Housos, stranger went to the remidence of who 1m8 an jwemvdand uotbing to fex, is of social bUitu, muJ ture factory. The machinery pur& Mr. Eli Futrell, near Lodgtou in hppj (oadttioo, k never apt to chased will be an improvement on a i:.nr5.rt, c FJi.5c.,r,- in thjg (.ountV) uml reiated rather take offeiMH. the former factory. A nufiiillo firm of wholesale a and storv to Mr. Joe Futrell,' Madt ami great are the dangers of e? dealcra in tish report the discov-- saying his 'name was Henrv Vick- - lioa vitli hnfly ieople; and as anre as Mrs. Roger Hanson, the State ery uito Uie winter UMhing'ors. that he livn? of Triw .mm.: v tou are to fcnmdcr ianooenllT hog ith Librariau elect, is a lady univer- grounds wonderfulDtke, Michigan. ihetn, irhilp you ttr thinking in Birch Ky., aud that some time recently yo are sally esteemed and respected, but which many uralJutuf on the aohiht epliw-adnear- he beoamo involved in trouble die miles is the dangers of speech are just as the citizens of Hickman deeply ro-- , est railway statiou.troutTfcc fifh that forced him to leave his home, manifold. The danger of jeating are, gret the defeat of Mrs. Cook, OJ" eaught JUUl?i.CTUKERS refused above all, great. It mar be laid down r whoso husband sacrificed his life found arc pickerel. Wjn tint and that his mother-in-lathe lake had beeuut littb' to ailov,- his wifo to accompam &n absolute rale, which has no exnentiim in behalf of our people in 1S7S. iished, but when holes ivSfcrc cut him in his rambles. Mr. Futrell anywhere, that no hnny person can Uar x?SS5s: .. II a joke or take it as it the we and baittSI hoo.U -- aid he see.ned to be in great Some vountr men in Hiekinni,. meant If yon attempt the Tery simplest while relating his story. Mr. form of chuffing, you will soon find about 30 in number, have orgauis-- ' werp IroPl:1 " t!,e nrbi' is ' I. arked him to ero to the l'nni. yoar Mistake; aad aok ialveqvcatdj out ed a skating rink club, and rented rV.",";y Uw wrfn alleged, landed thirty line, large 3n(j t:i0 ';.,,l(.r mt ilf. reftud. wliole narmonj of n evening has been the hall over Corman Go's. a hnffy the use of their club. The ihj pickerel in twelve uiinnt es' Tlio taxing he had eaten but two iMa!? -t wrong, IvNsauee pleasant has iakan ket a meets everv night except Sunday. fish swl,n at a C0USIue,ni,,,e depth- si'jce the U'rh. He tliMi Krtet reiinaffront, anda either blazeda ont or large numbers, and are of un- off. bu si-ii-t Monday night is sot apart for ir. nl sitoit ditance ghwmed MilbuJj, acxmling to bin or CltOS OIll viiuiiu Bute. im.- iiintiovit'i before drawing a pistol with which individual diripositkia aihl dirucnoB her IJETVJ ef immediately started out to swure lie hhot himself twice, ater which, Ui iial at the HsaM.Jf(HiMMoid. A pHragraph in the CorniKn; n'ju, fishing apparatus, and team. he lived nbo'i. two hours. A''u msi weoK stated tnat a farmer had anil set to work in a on itnss way. ' 8 was found in hi" peeket with Iliokraaa Markets. a right to retail "3100 worth of! Thousands of Huh were taken from iiw.. IIHJ t.nn-a-i ?. Vl ...j xiviv,? sxt tobacco of his own growing in a the wa;er during the tirt' fuSMay'g p.!. According to the stranger's Tne following quotation r lh price yaar. provided he sells it on his nshitir. Now the fishing firm has statement he had one child. 0&ps3 Boots, OIo p id hy Hickman buyer farm." Thin is an error. He has more than 500 meu employed in tVrmv fUc FOB- a right to sell 100 iHnlx, not .$100 the work, and pickerel are being at tti Hifr Atol t'OR.N Active at 45c. The Mississippi ia rising rapidly worth. carried array by the ton. The ST. VICKHB18 In demand at L&SIXS' m& eENT'S FtJRNISEIM &30DS, &:., transportation to tin1 railway is a at this point, and the reports from Kuus In demand at 20c.26e. Capi. Knieht, chief onnuccr serious difficulty. Men dare Tiot the upper rhera causes great anx-lorATOBs .Sweet, bOc and Irlab, c of the Mississippi river improve undertake the journey alone. Con- iety. Reports to the Associated ' I iathuu. 13c to Hllrt fie reon : drvHetAl? inents, on Saturday last sent in Iur sequently trains are made up. con- Press received from poiuts north Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Doors, Sash, Blinds PACKET COMPANY report to tho Mississippi Commis- sisting of thirty to forty tennis, car- io dl. rtuu. wesi io uinaiiH, soniii Hoo. 4Jc grouse net. Bacox Side. sion in regard to river improve- rying provisions and fuel for a to tho Ohio river and cast to ItKBP.UATTTJL 9c. 21 3CgrOM ments at Hickman and vicinity. journey, which takes them scVor-a- l Cleveland almost without excepOoex .MlML. ftfic. Glassware, Etc, Elc. rfWe have very great hopes that it Bmebwax I f 98c. days to accomplish. Over the tion tell of either rain or sleet. '1 tk pass tlto present session of Con- cold and snowy plain the teams And this condition of the weathTavlow.Cc Lard. 8 to ICe. gress make their way, and when night er has been prevailing for nearly a to S2.O0 ; Lady Peas, ?1 00 ZlZC&aXAX, KY. overtakes them they form a corral week. Wednesday it commenced to $1.26. Clintots Sircei, Mrs. Hanson, widow of Gen. ' (U1TITSD STATES MAIL-- ) raining at Hickman, and all -? with the sleighs, place their t II Boger Hauson, was elected State And ihe next in order, and, building Wednesday night and Thursday Librarian Friday last, defeating JOHN A. SCUDDKB, PrUesxt. The Mrs. Cook, by only 2 votes. Tho afire in the center, protect and it poured down torrents. JOHN P. KEISER, Superintendtat. ballot closed a tie, and the excite- warm themselves, enjoying their news from Southern points, as low and Trcu. TH0. c. ZEIGLER, ment prevailing, it is said, was night's rest as best they can. Ar- down as New Orleans, are to the A LINE of boU never equalled in Frankfort. A riving at the town of Beaumont, same effect. Kverything now inRUNS 8t. Louis to Mamphu, and & !sy t3 personal altercation occurred be- the fish are loaded into cars and dicates an overflow, buttheheigth JH a trt weekly line from St. Lonls te Tikt-burshipped East. At Bnffallo they the flood will reach cannot now be tween two members. off cold are taken from the cars and pack- conjectured: If it turns Tttke the k-GOING SOUTH. .a.:m: "iss Jl and continues ed in boxes aud barrels to supply and freezing Latest Riyer News. Tho FIRST TO RETAIL Memphis boats pan Hiekmnn TtjejJr river news continues alarm-in- the trade. The temperature iB so so for several days, the flood will nights, Thartdsr nights and Eaiarda and there is no favorable cold where they are caught that as not reach very great proportions, health and avoid sickness. L. R'y. niphu. Vicksbnre btats, 8uniaf, change in the weather reports. soon as brought to the surface of but if it remains open aud warm, N C. & SI, Wednesdays and Fridays. Instead of fee! .g tired and Some expect the flood in the Ohio tho water they freeze solid and do look out for repetition of 1SS3. GOIKQ NORTlt. to exceed that of last year, while not thaw until reaching the oast. worn out, instead of aches Memphis beats paes Hickman Tai-irue A l'tn I'nr tf!njr Train the Mississippi is rising at tho and pains, wouldn't you nights, Friday sights and Sunday Bight. The report of the Massachusetts rate of two feet a day at St. LouVicksbarg boats Mondays, Kedatsiayt rather feel fresh and strong? Andrew Jnlmnoii'-- (.KAt Railroad Commissioners, made re and Saturdays. is. "We can see no escape from a Llti!- ' Ituck UtlMtr cently, contained the following on Memphis boats Sleaoers City of flood in this section. You can continue feeling "The 8te. Genirieve and John B. Mand. : prints the Sunday train question: The Nashville .4 ' Some man broke a street lamp tho last letter, or fragment of a strongest plea for allowing trains Yickaburg boats Bttasasrs City f miserable and good for noProvidence, Bells of Mesaphis, 0IiD vm. De Kalp, Georgia, to pass from tho State lino to nnd tho edi- letter, vttny1ex-Presiden- t thing, and no one but yourt City of Cairo, City of GrMavills ajd asTdl-lowAdams and G;reon(ield is tor of the Arte says: "For the Andrew Johnson. 2orth self can find fault, but if you City of Vickebarf. the natural and commendable desake of human decency we hope are tired of that kind oflifef ' the man was drunk." We have 'jKEnsviix, Tent Jam fttl&7 JoAn sire to spend the Lord's day at you can change it if you AT WHOLEALF PRICTS You 'an depend npon fin ling anv tl ing in ru house that ix Call o Nearest Ticket Agent, Cctrmiick, Esq Dear Sir.'' Wr lettc home. And it must be borne in pondered ovex that paragraph a kept ia a fiit c a.M FUKITURE JsTORE. y Or Address chnse. the lull mt"Vel a A rea mind that this class of travelers long time, in a vain endeavor to ofconfeM ult liss I was soinev at surprised when I includes not only those who insee wherein the cause of human received Iyour p?; Po. Ajt , DftlU, , Tex . or of Vice Vn e i il'w? By getting one pQ, decency would be advanced by a r. i,I'mbtilla, Tenn. PACKET COMPANY. onver-a- . ion wth Gov Isiiani tend to arrive on that day, but alO bottle of Brown Iron so the many who have been belanan being drunk, but give it up. "arrN 't others in PiT A . Agtn Hiekmn. ou to what FRITZ RELLNKR, T taking it regularly have been the po!i-- of Prid nt Lincoln ted by the exigencies aud acciA No 1 BEDSTEAD. St.20 The editor of the Courier if he had lived, ct- Is ysur let'r oi dents of travel. To such men it A Tip Top PANXEL BED, according to directions. ...SI. 75 ilv)ii. Vie President, tate that II CHAIRS per has been duly and regularly is a serious infliction to be com$2 35 altlltttiai Here came.the fatal stroke. The pelled to spend the Sabbath at a Memphis, Cairo, as a member of the "Lo.S2.S0 Cliio, NoT.aS.iS3i. BUREAUS, $s.m cal Board of Health for the county werd "President" was the last ever tavern probably among scenes GzmAsnn lfcTeB5cidwitli TIN SAFES. $2 oi k Louisville and tun IB nv my and back, siUot-of Fulton, and State of Kenuckv. written by tho hand of Andrew wholly unsuitable to tho day Ganlner perferatwl t'H IR SEATS, o tottrtas brtut, wrth Now, this, therefore, is to notifv Johnson. The letter is written away from their usual place of inr Dims u tkrouEh ray body, MAintESi5ES8c, $125. $180 and oi ber Mass at same rat's; FEATIIBR REUS nml ttod4 with creat nrcakness. depru Cincinnati Steamers I ILL RS, 40c per pound. I am also agent for the Light running and request all or any persons af- with a lead pencil on ordinary worship perhaps unable to en I Sewing no ef spirits, a.nd Joss of appeJos. 'SOKB-JC- , printing paper such as is gener-all- g joy tiiejr cnoseu lorms or aoc- tite. 1 hueukti several different ANDY BAXIM, flicted with any contagious or in JAMES W. GAFF, N. B. I nls have the finest line of UNDERTAKERS 000D ever brought to uged for "copy" in newspaper fections diseases, or knowing of phvcUas for rar liver, VINT SHINKLB 0X0 tnnc. Such an interruption oy a CONS MILLER, Hickmnn Customers noluolv nervwl on short not'ee but I cotnorclitf. im spk was State line to the jonrney of a reany such, to notify the said editor offices, and the tiiangfct I Iron try ,LEEAR N0 tOMPBTITIONf. AS MY GOODS OUISHINE ALL OTHKRS. THEIR GRANITE 8TATE, Keep the very licet ra'kci7of Beci fresh B.MTIluviROvrtaVeaOfiebottle to the eud that the said member evidently preparing it with the ex- turning traveler does not beget a LAST WHEN RIVALS FA DE AWAY. uuuil l undoo' and pnie and attentive clerks to nd am about eft fain f4 a EVERY SUNDAY and TOURS pectation that it would bo pub- framo of mind suited to tho day. may use all proper diligence to t back all ptas serrnes in stJe ''' orettli" place, on the oppo"te corner from PlautBro's & Co. under the New serecu-ton- i r LEAVES 5 p. ra., for Cairo, Lon:svilla all H.t ( mr bct, and I hare a lished. CITl HALL Give men call before buyiug otsowhore avoid coming in any dangerous ippttix, and am eairnns in and Cincinnati, connecting at Cinoiauafei Judge Carmack, of Memphis, to strcnrih aso Sub. Itcan justly be contact with such afflicted perA bill is before the Legislature with Railroads and Steamers far cUlcd tke tx ff tHfJiLints. whom it was addressed, was an giving Commonwealth's Attorneys sons. K. AtuwDia. ! lvM:i, Wuisrc asd Mtei ?einii, John old and warm personal friend of and allowing them CjE-iOWlSlFl,- , E5- A Teigg connty correspondent the great Tennesseean. He was a fixed salary, in fines and forfeitGiving through tickets to all points Chi no per cent, csgo, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, New Brown's Iron Bitters is a prominent member of tho Ten- ures and prohibiting them from of the Hopkin8villo Keutuckian A I. York, Washington City, Philadelphia and lTjrlr n. Ilik , j HiLf composed of Iron in soluble Commonwealth's kas this to say concerning the nessee bar, aud one of the most compromising Uoston. East, North and Tsstarn tonr- zealous and effective lenders in cases. form; Cinchona the great jists will find La Dells River route safe, Congressional contest in this dis- the movement Ideliebtful and eeonomiel. tonic, together with other which, headed by D. L. GOLDB-lRG- , 1? trict this year: Rates by this line cheaper Ihnn any the Memphis standard remedies, making t?''.cA', secured Mr. Morrison has completed his sSo M " other first olass roole. Meals and state "S DEALER IS rt "You may as well make arrange- to Johnson tho sup- tariff" reform bill. It provides for a remarkable Bajrgago ehecksd through. rooms free ments for another Circuit Court port for United States Senator of a horizontal reduction of twenty - Pascngsrs can rely on a splendid tonic, which will cure DysI1 aPLE AlD . ANOY GSOCESIES Judge, for we are going to send the Shelby county delegation to per cent. trip by this line, as the steamers are all pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, My Stock ia New and Fresh and will PtJOKY. Judge Grace to Congress; we the Legislature. That county confirst cUs. having been expressly built be sold at prices that will he esWeakness, and relieve all for the accommodation of passsngars. mean no foolishness this time. It trolled ten of the 100 members, 'ol!CC pecially attractive to buyers. Lung and Kidney diseases fST Eaoh steamer carries a full string was not Judge Grace that was and their votes turned the scale. HOUSE HAS BEEN RECENTLY NL RGED, inlbie i to J. Amlerg's Sons, R. W. LIGHTBURf E. bnd. THIS thoroughly renovated. Conveaent to river REFITTED, REFORNISnED beaten in the other race. It was Judge Carmack, who was a couRin by All iwrhonsnccouat, are respectfully 3C3t-m5and railroad, and attentive General Freight and Ticket Agent nt' too call and settle Vf aioa kept his party, the convention Denio-aats- . of Capt. J. E. Miller, ef Little and, altogether one of tho bst appointed hotels in this section. No 7 Monroe street,Mmph.t,Tend J. AMBEHG'S SO.V8. IE. JB. TWRSTEO, Propricior. Bekj died in 18S3. : :SEr.2S, 18S3; Iridat, Teh. S, KSt 5 YE MB i. Oh LL." 3TasbviHe. -- LOCAL NEWS. StnJ-J-.ylH- C. o. u f KcpruHfiitiitiTcs Mlsn-isrciinm- . Mi " ' linn.' jau j jgaeJu'.j JijiiiA,ljajjfiLiiinnii - jy ruM-iiui- e DO WW I ?& i - 3f-- . 10 WW I wm-do'- W . Everything djwn P Hew Goods "flfa-t- er Coin-mitte- e GKH& -- itfi A. IIW iTilflMlgl -- e - p v O-e n O."!! Prices? Ja - COHMA3ST their and.are A COa .vir " at their the largest n i j i SARSWAES, In 1 Y 1 Ja y - Q.SS'VASIE, -, 1 h ( . 7 bA.l - '- -, r""vu :ni-smer- ., adsarte-fe- iods brought Hickman, strictly and ; i y on CHEAP FOR CASH. J. W. CORMAN I ,..,.,.,j , i ii- - . JSJT!!! eeif-refapt- - - j Contractors and Builder of pri-at- o , CO. , 1 ? ' WEST KENTUCKY PIONEERS. s, HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO, - - .' H"!' f good-homore- dl dis-'ii's- -- i- thin-ekinne- d, per-w-al Doalera In - i ! - - ; '! IK . thing, SosSj Hats and Hickman, Kentucky. j i OH ! i j fc-- c KASHYILLE, Ohattanooga, - UKAXs.-Sl.fi- O Atlanta, Florida tty-JaSKVlA- aui-ma- ls 5 )!-- SOBTSBASII T li rrS g. la-te- at to-da- y J JL. g. i r t 'tr. FAyORITE! Ki-en- a, iT'-wf- e s: J U-e- n V"l-tii- 'a Bit-TERS.a- nd 1 LQtlSag ". -- EiQSg mm oAS-LKxr- i m mi - com-mission- ed -- IV S-- ti MitK-V.U- , and-CTO- t TIYOLI HALL. Ma-chin- e. Prop'r. kid-nr- vi , 1 Dran-n'- s - hi-'- f . xl irs Respecifzdly, !? New Grocery non-alcohol- ic m S if S11 m jfi B - HIOEHAIf, ES g- " cd HJ 4? Afl ?1f o StWnZTZzAjZ z' .J ( .. ' 9. fcf Gf t- n 'MB..j,'-Fvnnm- . . r ai- - t?.r-- . 1 Tho United Statesf6CHRtors have votod to each their jo oiof to be body a private Duk. paid 6 a day from tho ginate conHe Who Da lilt I lard, unci lie v.h loubin tingent fund, and tlierJfe11011 a In Jlnnmcd. bill before the Kousef0 alIow" each member of that is brobw ft1s0 The Senatorial dead-locsecretary, at a salary ofvll;-0- 0 Pcr ken, and Blackburn in the Sena- year, j no members oH ower tor. On Tuesday night Carlisle uonsenave as inutluifgM, and was withdrawn, and Blackburn tmminntpri on the first ballot. lite decidedly more needier asaJs cfn,5T,n. Wnpirhnrn r,s. ! t!U,tR tbai membera ,.nt Williams 57. Personally, we pre- - j Tho hsvc fowor eraalO" their ferred Gen. WHliaine, because we tn"e b cwtitueut8. 3,,3U',e eara a the psopo ra.atboucbt his long and faithful ser- - ed a howl of indigna8iojlbecanso vjces well performed deserved en the members of Congress raised dorsement, but we are eminently their own saleries, ande cry of pletwed that the honor Tuib fallen "salary grub1' sent man?ono to upon oue so worthy and able as ifr. Blaekburu. As a member of his political grave. Thisfe ln PayCongress he ranks as tha quick- ment of pri ate socrotanfl to do est and readiest debater on the work members have always done secreDemocratic wde, and is conceded for themselves, or hay-intaries have paid them outof their to be the finest orator in the House; and he in a typical Kentnckiau in own pockets, is notlihi s in the grab." beinghoncst, bold, outspoken, and world but auo the j THI ECSKAIf CQTOI3R, Allolllp.. -- . . t Uouero!!;. SMITSLAND'3 The Washington Star prints the Old Cerra Uorrio'M TTINi I MAY TRLAL-l 1 senator Blackburn. Bet-rJlf- k -- s provement of me Mississippi river. Tho Record shows that Mr. 1 Turner voted for the measure. iP-TL1EWe are gratified to kuow that Mr. Turner has at last voted in this Cm matter in accordance with the wishes of an ovewhelming majority (we might say unanimous sentiment) of the people he represents. Ileretofore he has voted against these appropriations. The CovErcK has been as oam- est and persistent an advocate of Tze House at Frankfort passed a rolution asking the Kentucky rivor improvements as an paper members of Cougres's to give hi this section, but, in our opinion, amesl support to the bill looking the above paragraph is an injus$ dif-feto the agidstance of the common tice to Col. Turner. Tho one million dollars voted for this session ccbools. was for the Misuufjipi river, and vThe National Democratic Com- Turner has always declared himAdr&r.cui, , . . i Uv mittee meets in Washington, Fob. self in favor of votingany reasonenough to warrant him in bymg I'aabU tuunlblr U Adrn. "IMC him have searched the record dili a fast horao nnd wearing sill un22d, to fix the time for holding the able amount to the Mississippi, B. C CALDYTKLL, . Uatioual Democratic Convention-Th- e Ohio, &c. He has always voted gently, and we have yet to hear of dershirts, but he khb (?roirni ftt MAKY CALDV,El.L,rP,u,'t!, and smoking fair to medium (jgars. HiVxniftB, Kr., Ai(gct 3, 1S?S. Convention will, probably. against the River and Harbor bills a single objection to any vote he In an evil moment tke tempter meet the last of May or the let of on the grounds that they were gave or any position he held, from came and whispered in his ear that W. DIESTELBRINK June. weighted down with unnecessary Domocrato. Then why this storm he could make 20,0(0aa ess as Eep- fril ber on tap, nil Ike tiwud appropriations to small streams, of opposition and detraction ! In rolling ofl' a log. With that much fcr cuAtoiBara promptly to ul d ouriceusiT The Lower Ilonse of tbe Ken-tack- y creeks. &c. Let the Drmormt en- the numurous political fights iu mouov in his hind pocket ho Anew " tho MEBICIMES! a.U miole, but c "JVTO spc tt aa Legislature has passed the tertain whatever objections its which Williams has been engaged cheeseevery racket and have tailor week in the yean; trublt to ikstf people of his resolution endorsing the Willis judgment may prompt against Tur- in the State tho niiotc cd sa, at tb aoratr f Tre Yesterday morning at 9 otiock ud Momut Atidmi, Kut Hikir, .j bill which appropriates fifty mil- ner, but surely Turner's vote for home counties Imvo always stood tho porter invited the seuiormrt- - j li UCIvY. IIIl'iiMiA. lion dollars of the present surplus this appropriation to tho Missis- like a solid wall for him. which .3 ner to go upon tho roof will him i4rt.tjiriM) in tu United States Treasury to sippi in perfectly consioteut uth tho best evidence of his popular- to uee about repairs. Therj wae MffitBAXTTAIWi, a leer I ity among the people who know a wicked light ou his face todthe the different States for the en- his record and profesfeions. w4 &tXv3 B. S. strange iu his eves, bit mm neat. At tins writing we couragement of education. Repguileloaa t.enior partner noticed, know not who is elected Senator, nothing bst the fact that tip por-to- r resentative Biuford voted for it. but whetherit is the gallant knight C. C3rii3&9 Nashville. brandy iifsh on Tennessee. It wan a sensible, democratic, From tL rdorh Joorsxl and matchless orator, Jo Black his was getting asooner hsjl they nose. No a vino xe7k;ied;to wckxax, Personally Mr. Sweonev is a burn, the statesmanlike Carlisle, Xj kK4L. r& righteous and christian vote. or titbit. lt.J;.-iigbt- t tiur 10 o'clwi .. .1 S3rf:eifCoii fi..Mi a; isr hour, :n reached . the roof than the villain i.i iieiu wen. JJL rpBtfsUr eilvjiuhk i tl ib. quiet unassuming, dignified gen- ui. ii. Kmuii um i. , . liie M ic n. ku old cwnoi5. tkil ki him P and 205, JSL W. ia? mau- CS2 e"l Kitisfied wlthH"? Thb Mississippi Ittvcr Conven- tleman of gentle and amiablo liab mms,(wc... arowell 41... over the dizzy Beitrut. ,. -,;ii A.tti ners. unexccntiotmblo 111 Jus v.: X.ii'S- j i j OHWI, ili.lUi.11, av cried out : tion in session at Washington. its. and free i'rome iicdy tv trrto tb pub'i i k spoken facts aro due to WiUiams, check for $20,00(1 or I Tuesday, had accredited delegates ing weaknesses anu YU'es of ordi-uar- .,. i..ii i,...,..a ....M ,.. Tk.' 6r i WORK ji1 KwttAn drop yon into the :Jle .'" . i. ... .i t.:. political life, luinirllect he uuiitk njiu rnjjiui iuu uiui from Wiscousin, Colorado, Arkant-- i v. ...ryc i&.iKnjrd- - acr1. ?.i.".iirHf.-y ..:... 4i?itfirw our far nbo" e themass sas, Illinois, Missouri, Minnesota, reaches political ''leaders.''of His THE LEASING PAPER OF Tilt " s Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, education iB superior, his political "Make it $17,000?" M 1 will not ! SOUTH. ,, fd, Arfinorfh!ii.r..ci, 2 f Ohe m what li Kentucky, Indiana, Iowa, Nebras- and legal culture broad and thor' ?.e." uS w . ka and West Virginia. Tho con- ough, and in eloquence he ranks is m ,HLi THE LABGEST (JIECULATIO N, . with the first speakers hi tho State. vention emdorsedthe work of the : "WsJ&yViS K A.VSrfKU5 A HH i lie im.i ,,..rt..M at dnvrn m, U.r-i3ttttv nf T liSiTI I 'lb Uul 4CcrtUlux .tSuUlHtn. For years he filled theposition of nffrrtvl hv M. Rtrtll th . Kiver Commission, and agreed circuit judge of his district, and Louisville, the rirut section of 'ho ,.j; and t!.e trap-doo- r S J V' ' 'o ro.e U c. k i,r the sum nam- that the limit of appropriations for two terms he held a seat in wliich is a follows: . i " Ab:tVlLL, TKX TL- - Pot.,r ...zed it .and Be it enacted, etc. That section e,I i.ViVi;.'.?-,U for rivers and harbors should not Congress by the choice of the V Tht utily menbrr J the Wett-r- n Aittcjitl ' al' ,! n: 0iiaU-iiiiiifl. desrended ami closeu the people. He is a popular favorite i of section 34 of the CivilCodo SB!5 . exceed ten million dollars. t'T(zl i.i Xii .'r, Hud th tthlp ? in his district, is held iu the high- of Practice be, and the same a trap to k.ep M. victim on the s4 iitutd irttfy Laj. fco 'rov r )t w - but the work of five U'Jk&M&t' Wi city and comity hereby amended by addiug ther-- est esteem iu the tRZE ARTIIXE"!. minutes to run ,o the bank and 4 respected to just after the word of Z&il5? If Kr. Morrison's tariff bill pass- andbis residence, and is olse he is 111 tho third Hue the "property present the iet k. foUowing admired wherever ?S " . dealers and consumers of th.e known. deposit &? yS.? es, r a tent on words, viz: "An din actions for . snd TilWVR filT-A pleodid 8 (jfto f. will j paper arte r' jm a. . i i j. .f4.'vi i a iVuii. v.vwojsviwi hhki following articles may look for 3 tut ot ut), Liel diipatcUa br !(- This is tho man whom the Sec- 11 jurv to her person or cuiintcter O bm.i i.j.( k i.--t amer, an iue lZZ&S&xyArWYiR &:.$'& VAW7V'f?&SI sf- Efc&EEJZramraiViw trfk ' A!limJx of 6rcer?e liAmi, Hides, lie. prph up m hour or going it pTl" .V,.1Tr u k frw reduction in prices, as they arc in ond district presented for United in which the husband Mr.ia fAiMu;iii.or er t.,,1 :i'flIIJITri4r.ii - I tMirJnilTrTA ri I will not bf. obisp as tb oh6at'ft ll ;i:iit- of ike worU. ;5 a f. s The unite, ho may sne alone, and, if a BBgaSWfeJTOSa la- - i.i." - fci'r . 7J States Senator. Ho is no meie JOHN WITTiNG. o4r?oid . . ... a. aarUX" f r - aT the free list: Tul Farsisr wauta U for iti weekly T. ne " pol- minor, she may BUG OV a nexi nue, aim11,1r.tu lost, iieuu.w H feeble and facilo county-tow- n 5 of buraa laarket auj rp Irou, sulphur, copper, nickel itician, but an educated and ac- incnd, and any judgment thus ob- - oa tho m er ou the ice. and is no Z 5 recoris. and uuc- list for !n nrn.ln.i. i Ui$$$f&Wtf&$tiiW:X coal, timber hewn and sawed' complished gentleman, an elo- taiued by her shall onnro to her a wanderer on foreigu shorcb. Si O . 3.,P,-.- 1k .Vkscuant mnu it for its te qiiulations 5 ; t .... sole andbeparate use and benefit." "wood manufactured not specially quent and persuasive orator, and SA4iiiX iT'ttyy&ttx graphic cutrketd. vt lite uilcru &al , . . t ixi i i j a rn Lfiiii iH'n air iu I'.v.-v". .? i j, v tuiir , torein 3Ir. Sroll, in urginr the passage KSscKessceasoMia d . te&s&'&jB&mwX'SAA.AMte&w jurist enumerated otherwise, hay, all ar- a learned and Tbk Politiou.1 wanlB it for its fell t.,8ei'iaiHayii: cre ,A and statesman. It is this man of his bill, instanced cases E porls of proceedings of Ciugrtu autc ticles used as substitutes for cof- around whom the Second dis'ric wi es ual been neglected bv their A,ie W1" OI ne.iry o. mio CiSSSi'iW7?5 v - - . J3,. O. S r i . j. Tenessse LtUmre, and po'.uicul Men j t h.bi j t iii av fee, beeswax, oristlee, glue, sponge asked west Kentucky rally, and huslmnds, and had Buffere d duni-- l i eu nt recently, leading an es- aud vdiloriuls. & (DAVIS' OLD STANB.) e valued at ::,uiw,uuu, was pro- - mp0M1'mWSmM WmKlfmh&lg&M Tub VVtra wants it for it houseUM S ts whose election would be of such age either to person or c haracter. starch, hemlock, indigo, tar, Aft fciuda of une KKaSKJHr;Wiff3 fashion itr:icl, sooiol; getiip iui thue women bad been uuabliwmeti lor probate earths and clays, and momentous interest io the people to secure nnd u.iicrlKuous reading. r? anj rediees under exist- - clause in tne wm directs nis exec- UVmViW of the State. of our section liib CuiLDRfc.i wantit for its short w SJAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES widleea variety of dyestuffs. s s nnd rkelehei and (coaerul inforaii.. For many years the city of Lex- lug laws because their h onbaiMi. ; lion, furtuoliing a liberal education WAm 2 ington and the little scope of coun- had been too trifling to unite with, Uive to my bon, Ulianoa ij. rot;&? trpt tb hon3e at bat Evksybodt wants it because tbro it' Thkhe cheers and a tiger for try surrounding it, have held both their wives in bringing suits for Iter, oiMxixih of the net income tJiwpricwa S no better paper and no cheaper paper iu of my real estate provided he tho gallant Capt. Gid Binford! damages. of our United Status Senators, th somti, and it can get to jrou quicker ail not live with or at any time hxCY CAADIL'S. TEAS, tho only member from the Pur- aud the struggle in the Legislature Mr. .Jackson objected to pass-- ! 2 wiib tbe latest news than any other paeontriDute in any manner to the biHgfrjfcri J CKL Ea per, J! IX who has voted for the A T. chase PI S for many weeks seems to be to ing general bills to covor special' S 5i -if your post oEce it in Tennessee, KCSAXJJERR1ES, 1IOM1XY, QM1S Suuibern Kentucky, Alabama or Georgia. candidate, Mr. Swee- perpetuate these two offices in cases. V lulo there wore such ca- - support aiui main teimnce ot nia ney. (7WtrA Journal. . that section; for when Senator ses as had been mentioned, he be- - present wile.' .Jennie w. foiter. U.V BKKj?a'e?i5ftse.stt " " o TERMS; .. EKy&&JXF7WZSYAV?iW ...:-. .i - TSff- - T!K. "UT ll T UbHIO J"U BUtl iliUliLiUIiUW i. .'J.f.f. i." I VI 9 Judge Sweeney is the peer and Beck's present term in the Senate lio.vf'il flint iti iu TPnt. mninritv f 3ES m9 Daily Auitrljai', 1 'ttxtr , . . SIS 00 e cellont reputation in this city. e s5gsJSr58S!ss4wsaeiBesisgssM Kxsej,t Scnday 1UG) expires, there is hardly a doubt of iiKf.K liiisbnnilK did equal of either Blackburn or n is fruKal aml !rigit citizen, 1 year " Weekly 1 00 . . . will bo and thus themselves as the protectors of but has boon unwilling to bow to though not so well known, that he ' B month " .Ntigar, CofTcc.s, BoapH, &e. . . 0 76 these high offices be fixed their wives. The liausage of this '' " K . 3iaouih 0 40 and wo believe Binford's vote will both ofsection for tho remainder bill would tend to relieve hnsbaudB tho iron will of hia father. His iu that rV,ill not be undersold. An extra copy sent free with ererjclub-o- f wife, who stands high in social of this feeling of responsibility. bo heartily endorsed by onr peo- of the century. Will pHj fullrice for Butter, Sgys, Sc tea substribers. Addreet, Mr. Carothers thought that the circleB, is a refined and odncated justice ple as they become acquainted Not only THE AMERICAS, daughter of Dr. Weaver, oks .snow. General Statutes (sec. 3, Naahtille.Teno. 0. L. with the facts. Tho Courier but the highest considerations of chap, 52) already provided art. 2,- formerly of Auburn. Her Moth.. a rempoHo.vrP'n?tVlst this iTHE BARTER GROCERY- er was nrst couhiii io trtdeon does not fault the members from politicalshall be clip used. These edy for tho wife in such cases. thing Xo S!ie l'nrmr of KcntncKj--i ATTORNEY AT LAW Somthcrn Kentucky wbo saw prop- nttu'fK Riinnlil lfi iiiiided. tjtiipr Mr. Carroll moved to amend by "Welles, Provident Lincoln's Secretary of the Navy, and all the V; K. J. II. MONTGOMERY, announ-JjJLFranki-ort,Fo1).1- , 2s552Si 183 LW it er to vote for Blaekburu, Williams portions of the Stale should hae!addiug tlie words " 3 to Lis friend9 and the public I bat oi tno ianiny are people the view of directing tho attontion Collector, Real Estate Agent "Provided, that she shall bo lia- n$, h tarr.- or Carlisle, because they voted some of the benefits derivable bio for costs as if she were a sin-- , ot cxcoiiont reputation. The son htr tin up n rd a new and fresh aoppljr of hftV, of the farmers of Kentucky where from them. The people of other .: 'a iiw va i Ji mr sLRx m&t Ml KIUU8 tit tAMILT UR0CCB1K8, which h proposes to contest tho clause to obtain seed corn of tho for worthy leaders, but simply say portions of r ill itt B' lo HICKMAN, KY. pay taxes as glo woman." bost s the lowest. He is the BU K u io nae varieties ctowu in the State, the that Judge Sweeney is tho equal well as FayetteState Bath. The Air. Lewis moved tuis amend- - k".u " hi nil tinir-- to exchange Groceries at and ' ougn tne mnu-- 1 anmml Corn sho mI1 be ho(1 flt S3?" Will attend promptly to all but cmb juite ( t BmtiT, Epg, Cbickenn, or Wi&yttn&Hvn. ""i'V"6" in ability to either of them, and is people of other portions of tho ment: that the farming 'Provided, that tho husband in enco toof his two sisters, who aro this office on the 23th day of Feb- - neas entrusted him in South freeton "hv kindln of i ket.ng Th highest mar TrtC OH1CAT next of kin to Western Kentucky. State have ns high political interKentuoij and Northwoatcrn Trnnesse friendn be jealous of the sunerior tritium such cases shall not bo responsi- said 3s8i. rurarj. ests as these two counties. And 6rk Ii.th to the invest!;; kt Specinlattention given Through Trunk Line! ble for costs incurred by the wife." social and intellectual acquireThe following premiums will be tion of Land titles, and the purohase J. 1 ito.N FGOMERY k BRO. George Wnrren claims that he political equality becomes a deluments of their sistor-in-laThe bill and tho amendments awarded: First and second pre- ale of Ueal Estate. TJanS will get tho solid voto of the First sive sham, when the landablo am- were laid upon the table. i miums at $15. and 10 each for the bition of all the other worthy sons A llcrlrnl Joh district. lie would ?lso get the From Ohio Stute Journal.; following varieties, viz: White Second district but for the fact of Kentucky ir subordinated to It is said that there are $150,000,-00Dr. I, F. Stidham, pastor of the corn; yellow corn; bread corn; Sale and office Livery St&bh. T7" in the United Sfates Treasury First Baptist that our First dirst district legis- the insatiable greed ofregion of pied or mixed corn. A premium in church, in ;v i "M g ii .t lators are opposing the Second the nairow blue grass for wliich no place can be found, of his remarks Sundaythe course of 613 for bost sample of hominy aEEIS all kinds of staple and fj.Rej . morning, i J IS. TJV.V"' X . district's candidate for United the central portion of the State. and the Dyorsburg Gazette sug- was developing the A proper degree of thought, from and cattlo corn, each. Each sam & States Senator. gests that it be devoted to the a practical standpoint, Journal. a G own section just pride in how use-los- s ple must bo sent in a separato buildings at Xo one should fault the First and one's own one's forbids that building of post-oflic- o package, marked with tho namoj the habit was of continually reJ Conr?ciionfrios. Will be plonstd tc people, KENTUCKY STREET ee hin old cuslonjeri District members for voting their this should continue. The repre- every county seat in tho Union swearing is muuigcd m oy somo of the exhibitor and the name of j r hm m price and q ualtty. Call and tee men. and thocon?re(ratinii the variety, and the package may ' independent convictions for they sentatives from west Kentucky, outside of cities. j M ) C! on hand for hir G'JjCXEST ftetiTEf "Ou ek Slaa and Hrs Profittf. . - T- i.t r. good; but wonldn't it be as the revorand gentleman were be sent by freight at the charge of IT E , Very at least, should assert the majesty have voted for men well wortny s t?n,tbauBderaid fje,n4tf '1 j asd ae&olt n rL back and tlUO OUIVtl of their support, but believing as and intelligence of their own peo- better to distribute this surplus to eomewhata taken three year surpris-th- e contain not less than thirty illUOlv HORSES. BOGGIEP And HACKS J ears. . t m ple, and free from the old girl, States, and the States use it cd when little i r itr t A. 5 lUrine purchased tbeBtahlc. lionet the Journal asserts that Judge imputation ofthemselves acknowlo was all attention to what wa Tim TTdntliorliiis Iiawi en nvmn. an implied n& entire ontfit of W II Plummsr H. A. & E. T. Tyler Sweeney is the peer and equal of edgment of their inferiority and to educate tho children of the ueni iNiuu, uiiuiuuu wj on ner seat ly cold that it is questionable how W8 prepose t0 contiDne lhe bBMneM and i 1T Mttn to tout. fiWllU country. The people paid this and jelled at the top of her voice: iar uiu vruiii yruiio xiiiv u uccu ai- - tolicit patronageRiiy; It would have been a grace- subordination to central Kentucky. -- Mr Stidham! Mr. j NORTHoK.i aTD EASTEftN surplus into the treasury, and why GT1ES. Stidham!! Mr. iccxeii oy u Too much caution ful recognition of a southern Kentherefore cannot bo exercised iu Stidham!!!" not give it back to the people? tucky citizen. We could not en The Kentucky Afexica" Veteran YfiAIS DAILY 'Well, hat is it?" inquired. Mr. the selection of seed corn. It is fty Jills Hd, oa'klc; Association will hold its annual the support of a southern itlham, somewhat embarrassed. my purpose to purchase about 75 25ctS Lower than the Lowest report Is repeated that Tho Harrison many Democrats at Yaslrington HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, "Why, my papa Kentuekian, simply for geographi- meeting iu Oyuthiana,Friday, county, Kentucky, on 1 have no clerk expenSFB the oppose the agitation of the tariff It is needless to swears." no slore rt nt say that the lit- - Hictrihntinn tlirnncrh ih mp.mhora cal reasons, without regard to 22d day of and pay cath for all my February, 1S84. question this winter. They think tic girl was aided to disappear as nf i hn T.omRljitnre in thn rnrinns therefor can sail as cheapGroceries, find, merit or qualifications, but where a? the cheap ATTEND TO ALL DOSJ.NESS jn mtrs. tne nrsi. uuiy oi me party is to soon as possioie, anu tne sermon couuticB. est. Beet brands of w itlcnherp and Lne entrusted to their care. are oqual, west Kentucky these I i.. tno. P3cfc hk&wiia-liifM- i,. JOHS F. DAYIS, Office Star riear, 26 cents cheaper than the low- The late rrnm. inrv of Logan reform the abuses of the Govern- - proceeded to a congregation of Millet Bloch. JOHN WITIIHG. right properly learnt hom folks.- -' county had throe negro men on it. meat. at. Oorr.tnimonert &C. nuuhea laces. added to a matchless oratory, h cool, clear head and. sound discretion. The Senatorial fight lias been long and exciting, and we honor members who stood bravely by their convictions, Blackburn, Williams, Sweeney, or Carlisle, each voted worthily, but now the struggle it ended, and let all be buried. 1ms dif-iVrtiu-- Therefore the State Changed HI i ,U will always feel proud of him. True From CMnleu lrainrt, 3( tb WK his entry into Congress was charWo have received froroMr- - Turacterized by an eloquent impul- ner a copy of the CouSpioial Record containing tboflfctiou of siveness and some brilliant appr&prftnSl but in later be Congress in lor immediate uae hi the imrs ajBrgrtPgive. Scuator Fair, speaking of SenafaMlTHLAND, Jan. I'D. The tor Williams, of Kentucky, whose 01 Robert May, for the mnrilnt. ir AiVVyVViXKAjOeaafcVQfiCk. 'ZxZU- ssxmmmm m Tt t ol r seat is beside the Nevada Senator. a man named Mnrwii ...i. "'4I'u'e.,,.,ire"u , ., Hill) irtntuivui t. g t!intur. "He is as generous as the day is 1.4 i u,e Heart ui while lnolunta l,unc iuJutrdlr Vf.f ALiwlcblatj, uJ F. E. CASE & CO. long. I don't believo he ever re- ed at church, m Currsville, cea ry t.uiiMi.,a( ImpoieacT," rtuu. KV a C..uuo.ptiun. fuses any begging requests. It's by parties outside who $Z't The u!J, i .j.ular and hIwkvj, reliable Hardware house of ,"S' real amusing to sec him sometimes through the window, is on a r?" when some begging letter is sent fyree, his partner it vein bernl Htittur. in thu aJulrbI . v into him. He will read it over and membercd, was acquittedlast ,T t,'fly ptu, frjci uo xpriDce Net, SciMrf, Unas, Hook, anJ I1 kintlf say, 'poor fellow,' or 'poor woman,' gust, when May was admitted of t ii blujc Tatklc and Stipplita atafea'r- without .lanEtrvax suretwl ui upilie4 ra ',l,?,,. UM"(h'. !irumuu. r crii:. emu. Groceries and Puwilv as tho case may be, and then he'll jail. Then so difficult was k to ta)Htlnut k aoj, ,f eurt, at OUlC Je ,u mtti tt. f .. IkTIIWIMIfT tlKUIov... run his hand down in his pocket procure a jury that the sheriff to u up " j jHHcri, uHmMiicr uttfon. Has a .piendid stoek of the verv best makes of all kinds of Hardware, for money, as he rushes out to entered P.vlueah. o, I2fT seek the object that has roused morning, and by noon had eautn--e- d which are ollercu at his sympathy. Even when an apover 200 innocent Paduchiana TO peal is not addressed to him, he took them to Smithland on J. B. BB.GTSTBT Sc Oo'S will say: 'Of course we must do Gus Fowler, from which panelthe wui v en l r, m Ef! r a r. , 1 IuimoiM) atwk of Groceriee of alj kind, wtjAsj something for this poor man. Put jury was finally obtained. and Ijquois of liU dillVrcnt kiml ,xr your name down here. Fair, and Early yesterday over 300 wigivo me something. Let's help tnesses and spectators fitQ. and that the very lowt the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to Smithland in every vehicle the poor fellow out.' J. R. BROWN be exactly as repress nted. UI have," continued Senator horseback, wagons, and has purdascd a brand new tiack ef FAU Fair, '"never seen anybody turned afoot, many carry in ir n L,;r OKOCEEIES. ConfcelioBwiet. B. O'DANIH., H. D. 1LYCi)ari, &.t., and opoued ou worldly ett'ects as though prepnr-- I awavfroni Williams j as HIS 1T.0FES3I0.SAL SER believe he would divide his last ed for a sixty dayB' siege, and CLIXTOX STKStT, ' 4 ;o th cmniis of Hick man nnJ th" nicest boor of tb kind dollar, if it came to that, with any whoie boarding accommolations tht 1 fr TiCIi 4 person he believed to bo in need. were not procurable rented hous hava iu Hickman, aud at lower prists ! Ofl jCoTUr ruoih iu Ltcuile Hoait HesJauirUri, ff-sitThough quickly moved by recitals es, room sheds, anything grautin? wnt olTertd bofi P aul Bro & Co , Clinton yri. of distress, and prompt to aid. shelter, and settled down tor bus The bet roof Senator Williams fairly boils over noss. Friends of the pnsoneraad The attention of for the Ifa&t money. Kxperienced workmen employed. builders especially desired, m this house will rivespe- with indignation when he discov- the murdered man are jihnil cial Bon fair ant Sf inducements. CorreHjwndenoe 5olict ed. BHYSICAM km SURUEON, ers that he hat been imposed up- equally divided, and the lawiuS? JR. B. BREVAKD. on. During the last Congress a bpmt which raged during the irfttF HICKMAN, KENTUCKY straugor immediately won his way last summer appears to prevail to the Senator's heart by repre- now. It is not probable a fcir? Conjnjission Servtcei OFFERS hi Profetonland vicinitytc senting himself as one of the hit- will be obtRii-- d for a wewk j t5i--r-r of HiuVmsn mT Tl N Trr TP TTv "tS. T juulS.'SO ter's old tjoldier'1. The man was eMry man in me country is ti.ln NICK MAX, XY., I 11 Vj Is A K , K supplied with monej at once, aud a witness or 1ms so arrn, erf lii Kr 1trj oa hand, Fteik treated in the very be at style, but self with one side oranotlwr Ut GROCERIES LIME. CEMEXT, bALT. P1..VSTKH he was a fraud, and used Senator actually not an availing jiror re GRASS SEEDS, CLOVER, 4. ASK Williams' recognition to obtain mains to capture. .Nocturia' vis Vi i'l taak liberal adTKOfei in 25 by misrepresentation. its into adjacent couutis When vft.A2.nn Corn, fit , fr tt iltf Btti. the Senator discovered this he probably be resorted to. Hlevan nicb 4 had his 'old soldier arrested, and judges and lawyers left 'aducah BY.-uni- m appeared in the police court as a this morning on the tug letropo-li- s HEVRT W KNOERIl i CO.. BercnJes to be present, while uwir othI buildins. Clin(n Blrl leep in ttors witness against him." Caldwell's Hi Siljil. tool tvpplj of FAMILY OUOCKHlES and The above is a life picture- of ers were in the party as :wriflUy fce finfii brnds of LIQUUilS. Geed seekers onlv. The trial irojawes Gen. Williams, and why it is that to occupy te.U U'i !! pnS4s THE FIFTH YEA P. .,ll u an the entire Kewfon oft he is so bitterly assailed by some the court. This story is 3ioudu, A:i;. jJTila, 18& CO H P O U A" 2DI &, X CAXkjL I FT who lappen to prefer another for ed an absurd canaril by stKnai- HagkisSSe Wllcoa and euuiinut nmt matlkd 0. Th eournj of stud, in addition to t United States Senator is"a mys- ble persons who were prsJ h PriiuarT ffoik, will inclce tery to us. He has served his Smithland. rTTOENSY AT LAW Latin a:.t tbe Natural iifcec,Ci'trii , Ftm'-Lpcouutry long and faithfully in A PSf 3lTe. brck, Btok Klveuticu and Yt.l Cwlmic. Kroet llrcit Tr high positions of trust, the X'Y. HICK.VAX, He was a porter in a ffhojesle hero of two wars, and the friend Pimiirj. . . dry goods house on Jefleraon gfyCOLI.ECTlONS premptlj retviit ia DEALER I3ST i uiopoopie n tunes 01 peace. cn'n0. , , . jt t$. InUrciOiate, 'BOt auge m& ft I tcisllj. jAbairneiB of titles TO -c following gossip : "He's a noble old fellow," said nun to nen Kobe?, M..v)h '" Ek ii . ll T " . . t i SSSEga n m m fc !! . . .1 iiMmiii a v Kra'usassw C i PMM." s n m "r. 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