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ENVELOPES, LETTER-HSADS- '&; " " t dfe'ditGK WArMeN, Editor. 0110 ' Oldest T .. ISTo-vHJ)5ij- . .. y J AF.fH 1KVV LS.tovn I ' ei tii etc y. 1 ':.... ,' PILL-HEAD- S. Price of Subscription, $2. BEAUTY THAT WILL LAST. Give me bcanty thntwU last , After youth Sebright yeans aro past-A- fter summer roes fade From thu cheeks of man ami maid- Or the subtle, ,witchlnjr shino - c Of the bjack orbs most divine.- , , 'ZjzCit quenchless rny v -j tny , . Horn QtVims4tiat When thefcotor we almlre Its "transient fire. Shall have-Tos- t " , t .Kiiloleschiirtns, that are not lot When h? hR'r I3 -touched by frot r when the furrou-en- linos of caro .Murk Ui 9 brow that onpo was fair. What are lip of ruby red That no kindly wonts have said? What are hands as white as snojr . That have done no good below? -bO-tfcc ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN. FTJL'JQX COUftTY, K ENTUCK THE DAIRY.' Health and Success. WHIDA 1 Y. FEBIMJARY 221884., Eraporated Fruit. Gal-eto- n, YOL. ilgSpl, HnclSWip(l vegctablca ETC V ETO. I r' ' ? I dA-TVT- . . " A cu, t9--. eZMJCLiJU .t.'- LJSft. f -- ' ' FomcltilnTr finer than the hue Of tho eye's most perfect lilue. opinion, no dog is a enr, and t ome of them wliich are called 'mongrels' an tho best tempered, affectionate, faithful creatures going.' Bob a' n't a thorough bred, but I'd like to find one better bred, than lie is. Ask any of the crcW of tho Kim if there Is another dog like Bob, amryou willgvj an answer right nway from" ; : Iia'L'braTo ni n Bob wnsHbe true hero" of tho Kirn, mm irorr. ' nptain to thii lowest among Us there's hv. Shi UiaK wculdn't freely giVe pla e lo hiiu. , "In out' opinion. Bob Oitght to he thought much Of and well of. He's thb sort of dog that Verses ought to be written" ;0n and stories told about.aiii I don't see why a big book of his 1 fe shouldn't be written. He's been jiu--t as useful, ami perhaps a' litle more so, than many men who've had a lot written about them. A live dog is bp'ter than a dead lion, I've heard. Bob jdjve is better than any living Hon. I sav: and even dead his memory jll do mo.i ;oou uian an in? animais iniiiB-uui"- o BoUrt-Wc- ; It RELlGltUJS AM) '"'' ' Attfca'r. but "'ot 1mt?inorc of their heart. that we think less of other doK iJ-o . whnt the fair and KTacof ul form s That enshrines no gplrit warm? No fond heart that scatters wldo Smiles and sunshine o'er life's tide? Priceless beauty or t!io soul? Thlsfhall II vo whilo iircs roll. And jtftcreln beam lore and graco ' ""LUscHintn atl anccl's face., ' Give usocautr that will last After youth' bright years arq past J After 3oy. and care and p:un Like tho sunshine after ruin. ' 3frn. 3f. A. KUItler, IU r w, icaTCardcus put ogcther." ' J 3 h l?r v , ' al- " Bob is no fiction, but a living dog, ready seen ami wlrnired by many thou,TI1E CELEBRATED DOQ "BOB." sands who have, usited the rThcr"o Exhibition 1Qtriovers have more thin A l'rlcnd In "Sent, tinl Vl'rlrnil Indeed. and Bob lias, average "Some people like dogs ami somq more iuJeH"igence than the general rin don't, butl think that it is the few who of his breed. He is worth eoing, and, arc nc.votis and unreasonable about if on understand ioglanguage(spden 'cm. Sailors a" n't nervous and speak- with the eves and tail", worth talking ing as a bailor, I may say that you might to. Iliere is some dancer of h s jret- t poll the avJioIc body and not find hfty tinr too fat. but he deserves all the rest men who would ay they hated them in- and good living hu can get. He has d telligent creatures. earned both, and something more But "There are dogs and dogs soma bet- it would bo a pity if ho wore' to share ter than others, bef cr tempered, clever- the fate of my lady's pampered poodle, er and mow useful but you would and die of asurfe'it. have to travel far and wide to find a 5 The kindest way of treating' "T dogsiis better, dog than our ' Bob' of the Kim. to feed them welfon suitable food, treat Look at him. - Thero ho is a curivr them well,. nndnako friends of them. backed rqtriuycr, ,pot what they calif; For eery kmd word or look a dog will pure bretf, for he's got the foul mark repay by hLs,faitliful lovo. on his feet and cheat." , Hut mark or no learned liis duty, lie docs it. mark, there's nothing foul about Bob. You may trun'a dog. He will nevcrlw He is all open and above board, liouo3t tniy yntl. He will even love you if you and true, noble and brave i How- much more of r his "We were all foud.of him on board jlioart; then, 3 will on gain if ,yo glto the Eira long afore we knew all that jum 1110 aueeuou ami earu 10 mnuu "" was in him, and I'm free to say that we is entitled Jjy his many valuable sen'- -' donMknow all lha.t is in him now, by a jCQs,.a:ul fty which JieVas .creatpd.anil long w a'. Much, as he's done. 1'llwar-ra- nt rivcn to manllirHuk Workman. "that, he's .free anil readxto do more if he's called on &o to do. Iliissian Espionage. ' ,1 "Jt wag a nasty bus'ness that being crushed in the pack ieeoff Franz Joseph At masquerades in Russia the ladies Laud, and if none of us showed fear, often venture to give their tongues which we didn't,-- dare say most of us more, freedqm, thaivjs anjjn'hcre else took a serious view of the situation. I allowed in that thnnotie country. Prer did, but Bob was as cool as could be. (sinning to be protected by the disguise He kept his tail up, that's what lie did, of their dominoes, some have even and in his style bid us be of goo.l cheer. found out the Emperor himself on the He scenfc'd tosay in.his way: Don't dancing lloor, aniL pretending 110LJ0 le 1! timed; things look bnd, and may bo know iiim, talked of the affairs outao worse, but never fear. I'll get youont (lovornment and condemned the abuses of your muddle I'll take care of you.' which the publio feel more than they And bless the dear old dog, if such was dare to complain. Experience shotV3 the real meaning of his kindly eye, he that this liberty is very hazardous, and Kept his word. the arm of Itu'saian power has a grim " We had i of it in that bleak, way of terrifying the detected critic barren land, and in a hut of twelve feet. whom it does not choose to destroy. by ten, twenty-liv- e of us (not counting A noble lady of .St. Petersburg" had Hob) lived as best we could. It was bo.-- imprudent enough to converse close Jwork vou mar miess. but we with a forehrncr on the institutions of . didn or that a- - niucli- as we . did lifir nniinfn iind nnmmnnt iroivlr nn nr 5?n.-?i-f i:r' ...-'jkiimk, ua iiiuir'Aiiuaiz; .its -Siif 1 rijrut ahcadrfondsnothinir seemtnrrlv covcrnment? the way to stavo it off. had Ketiring from the ball whe "You sec we hadn't time to save committed this ind'scretion, instead of many provisions, for in a little over an beimr driven home, she found herself i hour the Eira was gone. It vas crush, set down at the door of Hie Bureau of crush, for that time, and the dear little Secret Police. Being ushered into tho yacht was only so much match-woo- d official presence, she was summarily and broken timber. We took to the informed t hat she was condemned to boats and got safe to land, wit It Bob exile in .Siberia, and that she would be onaof-thpart, cheery as over, laugh- taken there without delay. ing like, with h's tongue out and in,' Without being allowed an interview seeming- - to say: Hero's a change for with a single friend, or even an opporus.juy lads, and one not- looked for; tunity of exchanging her gay but wliile there's life there's hope, so for amore suitable traveling dress, she bear up, lnylads, bear up.' was burned 'into, another vehicle ami "We might have borne up without driven oT to her destination in the m- the. dog, 'others have done; forGod Lhospitahla wilds uLilu&sia's cnal setA'lmightvglyes strength tomerFln1Imo ! tlement. of trouble which they never dreamed The. carriage in which lio was now before was In them; but Bob was surely placed wa- kept entirely closed, and the a comfort fo iis,5ind such a hclb as we officer who accompanied her,' While he never dreamed he conld be more help prevented communication with any one than any man could have been as I'm without, resolutely declined all conversure you will say with me when you sation with her.- - l'he only alleviation hear all. to the monotony and protracted suf"We had twelve months' hard life in fering of hurrying along in a close carthat place, nud.winlcrcd in the hut, with riage, abandoned to her own melanonly barren land and ice about 11s, an choly thoughts, was the stopping at awful time, sir., and the da3's longer where the horses and guard than most weeks in men's livesnnd all were changed, and where she was altho time food for. us werry doubtful. lowed to light a few minutes (after beAlone we could have done litllc, but ing blindfolded) and enter a rude woodBob tookto tho purser business and got in en building, or In one of .thcipravh-ions- , making no charge for his these, at the end of the first day's jourservice eveept a sort of commission on ney, she was allowed a - few hours' rewhat-hbrought in; and no man or pose "6ri a rough truckle-bed; eatnedor deserved all he got better In the same way the unhappy lady than Fob did. was hurried on, during a second ami dis"Wc had ti live- on walruses and third day, with an iKjars. and it wasn't always easy to get tance, as she believed, from friends and near enough to shoot 'cm." It was here hope and all that made'lifc supportable. that Bob came in. He had the will to It struck her. however, as she grew, capture 'em, but he wasn't big more calm, that there, was a remarkaenough, 'and strong enough, so ble similarity between the various he makes a tempting morsel of himat which they stopped, and self, and dances about the bears until she was;" she contrived to sethey think they will make a dinner of crete a ribbon torn from her dress inia him. . Tiiey followed up with the idea, crevice of the wood during one of these and Bob just keeps out of their reach stoppages. Hope revived in her breast tint:l .the bears were in range of our on discovering, at the next stoppage, puis, and then we refills .our larder with that they liad come back to the same em, and so has many dinners for. ourand pursuing her observaselves; 'instead of Bob" beinjr one for the tions, she at length satisfied herself that -. bears. she was being driven all the time lbt .4lLis Jiooise jny lrying-to.makolear twceh'lwo stations.. ' ' i how he did it. You ought to have seen it "She kept tho discovery to herself, and done. He pretended to be afraid or them at the end of the third day, on tUoband-ag- e animals; but there ho was, no fear in r eing removed iromjier eyes, she him. Bob ran away, but he forgot to1 found herself once more in the'Bureau put his tail down, and while a dog has of the chief officer of the secret 'police, his tall up you mar reckon he is now having in reality spent Che previous three "3 afraid of much near him. driving" back and forttfon the a days in haVc great d within a ew miles of "What boobies them bears must She was- now disbeen to bo took in br a little chap likt St. Petersburg. Bob!" Bur I'm thauk'ful it was so; for missed' with a warning not" to give her if the bears had ben halt as clcrer ;is tongue tho same daugerous,'liccnse ?Bob we should no, jn' my opinion, bo again, or she would very.liklyYca .aliro now. A bear conld nerer have too ingniiui exue 10 wuicn, ior a time. imposed on him; and the way that ddgraieTmirsiTpposetniorscirfdhellobmcd. Stories from Bima. tised to Inuirh veS, laugh, sar what yottlike' when wc were sklnuing and oiitt'ng up the bear, would have done English as She Is Spoke. I you gcod.to'sec'. ." - i Great "are the capablHties'ofho En'"Then, again. Having douc He didn't give him- glish language. A wayfaring Indianaphe. vasn't proud. self airs wnen he found he was necessary olis man, in' search of a cigarwentinto tons, or be rude, or strike for more than a grocery' store in a very small and rural village, Hot two hundred miles his share of meat, or do anything Through all he was the'same from this city. Tho young woman presee now Bob of the' siding produced a box Containing the dear old dog desired articles, and when askeS the Eira". and nothing more. "And enough, too. He is a dog of price, thereof, gave voice to the followI dogs aking among them intelligent ing mysticaljanguagc: "" Them there's crcalrres; and when his story, eels' well repcatef,thc bewildered known, he'll do somethiug for other ' dogs .of ilia world, and make people IiWianapolis mair. '"WKat'inhVnamp is a who rre not so overkind to 'emet into of S f?. "Why, two fer a nickel," replied the tcr way" of thinking, and "be just to 1 The creature, who is truly J2uil5Ji'oman' with.aiUair t astonisliment at some folks' 5niDrancr-- . i "the frfc'nd of'mah."" There'S'not a starving cur in the TT "Uh, 1 see," said tue enlightened 11 I ; strict that ought not to be the better fpr nuvsici, wen, It you I'eiaav 'one- ji -- people will fers' letme havo a look atthemi" The I JJobyyl'or his sake, I hojia"all. ' was "made, 'lKTvindcr to dogs, one and A boao puroliase of the "one-fe- r j ttpist ,to a starving dog can never and. the wayfaring man withdrew, not exactly sadder, but assuredly wiser. I hVthrown away. 3 " ' jiomo people take a lot of pure- - Indianapolis Jon rnal. I . ? bred' dogs, and pet 'em'up until thdy J!arejJowuright-uncom- f - Of the tivo hundred slndcntaV the ortablc with good living; hut the same people will often JInnich Acadcniy of Fine Arts fprtx'-- t wo tonc or shoot a starving cur.' In pay aro Americans. iSi" four-foote--- n JT. 1" Ledger, - - w.--Hav- iiig aro-unkin- - eoms generally conceded that mall roots ha o le? water and more nutriment per pound thaii tho large, tuonstrous si.es; Not Only this but thdy keep better bo It at heart rtild bh tUo'silrfaee. It is n gowl nlttil ills') to ttash roots cltytii beforo, itsing theiit, a"s tnuch itirt is bad fpr the cw's tSetll and stomach. SExclianQQ: One: point ' should l:ro. ttcepiy upon tho dairymftiremiml, and s that is if he" wants to make a Jrticlti Of butter, he ntnst churn often. 2fdvt'r let Ihe eretltti get over three d a v4 Bid, n1 matter how cold it niay be kcj.t; f Uold; it will get old. Hat ami frinky. If sour, the whey will eat up the be'st butter globules. Churn aj often as oil can. Amcric m Duiryman. It is astonishing how sonte old nonsensical notions- live and thrive in tho dairy. One of then U that the tiil calf from a heifer is never as valuable to raise as subse iiient alves. Thero in this, and Js neither Thyme nor ren HnjulUpur pracUoe iiibnfTig nn2 eltii)g iiiooueitcatjio ami it mis been wo hayo novor known A113 distinction made "rtga'nst first calre.. The fust calf is Hablo to be slightly smaller than suboiuent calves, simply becau-- c the smallcc huLwkiftl Teaching mafirity there will generally bo no di;le enee in sixe. Exchange. As an instance of tho ewe linsly rapid growth of Western dairying Iowa is preeminent. Yermout, which has long boen a typical iiLl:ince of tha best managed eastern daining, produces 27,00,000 iwuntls of mHcc yearly. The present product of low a, which is one of the newest of the wet em dairy States, Is 100,00 VX pomids yearly. Tho product h.v doubled in the pa,t two years, and promises double again fn the next two Iowa jgrigultjura Ciiljcge, with wh'.cli Is chnuickd a dairy cxjhtI-mn- t sUitiou thuonly ono in the h holt country -- which tf ital-itThis is because it is a practical affair ninl tltwils with native American concern., and is net a tail to German "kites" which arc as mislable and uncertain as thoe tins in the hamU of uJiildren. is that Iowa butter has an cstuWislMMl first-clascod'-rfdeni'il- folhfect.otrojulcjh tx-ar- c - -' u-- - ".i -- re-sh- e 1 e - co-tu- sc e dog-eve- r - evor-widenl- ng post-hous- es blind-foldcd"- as post-hous- e: o tj . post-roa- ii - -"- ,' u two-fcrs- ." two-fer- ?' four-foot- ed r r -- 1 tra -- -. Sf -- f. -- GeoraMnll,."a rfb banker of A sound botly has more to do with "You have noticed in irrocers' show whv a reycl'ition shjf if 53ho produced The Sieletolf ' wcjtsurcS'fiOTH? Int . l hasgivon a $70.000 echool- - windows, to attract attention,'' the mave in fyfl that! nlUst pfrsJtts iC:l XSJeefi-tables- , less than the heigluLof rtie'livfrig 5?:ia.(?,r in the trade in t: th ie. Tbere ai-- iiWtahce-- . where men in hottso t thtft ;v;iy4 morchatit snitl, riiilD lmlustri- the transpirMiJoiTwJiich costs" thq year iSa"? 312 deaths iiinitnieh Islands all chil- - ouslv whacking tho head of 5 barrel j Btfitmtled -I- II have aehie'Twi ew Y. cu i Torth Adanft, 'laVcrnd y. ... i,.itirtAii ti.11 si much ti etyjIJn3.:,--- V . .... ... uu, .lrW ,. ,. U1H11 itieiic1. but this is not the rule. into place boxes of shriveled pcaehus. if snino ntUtbcr "hdppeneil.'Mntfhtv . 'l'had-de'u:?), ;nld affijiy tji.r (.,,, ,,..II.j.I ltV ,.t - flicely arranged in rows with the pink rtnd audtr Stephens, of (ieoi-gia18SU-rjv- y ' t.wuin it,n , ,"A Timm h ' , H Btoeri;- - ohths State, our ld leuil schd Incoln WlWSar- shekels tt here tho pench pits one" were. Tlie, Kv Ygrk. Young jfen s euiiiiiloM9r, avciv (5oitiIereil rumarkabic A F'Jr Iju iiFepstnUinii Of green fruits and wbmah's of Christian Association' h$i "lofciireriU. itlcii, bcesUise, diHti tHbv was held Jiglfh'Uinioro recently t(J take fegetrfbleV foY tin' iitttfsc'l'ept'i'' Hsu ill 'The rilrlit form 5iiinof M.fWli' .if iviwi.l, i, f.rttv..v..r..tilfl ' on iutpressed lhfinseh;S dit the KUtioii. incisures Wfefcctire- the money; tgittle old loan, winter iHIJHmls of dollars h.'5v tt'cii EOJ1l s Hil W year.-.- A. Tlierc are other cases in dMant lands ,q9 t . in this country in the" past fot fbr M eiliimtionin u )as a toUl popiilalWo enough to irce t'e rule. We do not, institutioijfor, tho higher education bt years.- - and th,c trade all sprung from" ,.c iei.t,, r.in&i t -x tt.r r!?:. t - iiiii lve seen this WT of t on rt, hear of the mam fai!u:e ii. the dauglforof Alethouist parents. yi- -i iriMiv dried applet;' ' ; ' L. u. ., L tsday alter tlay. crs vp.,T more m pro- - l.f.' rcsiii iiig front ill hcillh. Th fa jicrs"iiao;e otf thethan Iwfrt-icia- h "How so?" '.wi A veteran uortlon Occ ileni is ....... te l?OV 3Bfrt' tlre either in sculat.bit dr b,- urc . "The Yankees couliln't live Otroiigh fTI. 11 iu.i.1 j.h ' aw .j A couple 01 w iiwi S7nvstfidtat&i IgVhftrfft of $60,1- 01 V a Cali-- f aia hot paraded. But there urc eampie.s piis allt! I nt the Mexican wafw """J:" fuoPV'.-- gcraotoa are fTheir10 . nXtucrsL . uian tXB CtillOfff, and savs that the winter without dr"e ::..Y,. - . wh.-r. mom nta v spism-- i of , pies. In tho fall they pared ui iiiv ihV....ps lartre.sujii pumpkin " "r.yr tWjRgVo.rif.'l thei.-- mo'iteir In ,;..t Hi' e cloiide-- the mimls of :ne of gen- the nPvrPaHM Statedle should not'Wr--r.-A?i,f lS-- tons.' 'It costvvi.-- v vcars apples, cut them into quarter., V. " of thai - fcWIE.1 K5T ? rii3."' ." . .ArMMA'iulmtntoil f ril II mukt is " Napoius, and derutigcd t'l ir jilttitt. o long, tHoiat'J.fiieir Western h6nie sjftlthi UiPil? drirriibg-fiet'tlh- ', stout 8'rings withti Attorney ia yW Ihe hid Ui .a leon lost one of his great ba t ntuf and shtllgMBWdo cmicatiorial 8dTsri-tagAn cause of a fit of indgst"on. ihe kltchei eeilittg wi fi'stoolls of to tLoe 3tv? ctf-- j. tfcrapifnllar wnen tho mind in -t c irrv t' e ailuienls the fruit. Jn wint-- r; wheii thr eU 'MjE?t. Im of a tlis.TMs.-wnhteu to make a batch ,0." pio?',-shand vt do its so an- A WJUaflhoolinaster initnnjt cut oft' a yard 6Y twb'6fs 0is drancrv. w-r- r: ite work, it cv:dentl mtit iierforiik . " I . ,' , iJv"a&iiuttA-;tnKcgsoygEit.i!.t. dim tie duty. Tt con itwt $iyjiy''siQjkil no ed jHSf yeryt-- a s. m """E!WIJt"",v nroirejesscuaiiLas. iiuu sifece i. ttenc j a lien"thy TPsrv has ii. ne ion?i y run si vejrp nlitv'!i tp k with s'ltfc?' in l'lfcN ' o ng inau. ll hs-- t just openea a taw f tue1 officH'r. and then t Pd the other uametl evanorators, and were first usid OnU of Uiu ltrst cunsidenuioiis then , nncrnviw . n i.Tue in Jacks mijn'-ii- ' Of thellrap ' Jt piece of Ritiusr to lit New York ami New Jer cv, audtlair hi fanTly training' H thalhich 1.Mate-t- o end ' The (arc Ann Jc7trrter..pubh5J a t . studj ng wit'i lim. All r1 a chair, this stopping the ttu's.ititv Ibf 11 now in lu-sprill ilMll health, and this - th md.v int m Mr. Mo- - .at Gloucester, Mas-.- , reports that nor lhn'itaiwas Mrri'd into eout. In t be had were borrowed and Western f.tinie in oilr tlay, when niucli of a The tllitis(rtto dismissed the case oil the Southern in tv.nntill. I presume a on nofVcd in'tlie "'el the ciiht ears cade 1 w .th U$. .. thrt D ". are beghniing in lindcrsfahd Hie i r l 4i9d"o We in sj.e4r- - in cKe eiiO grouniftM ho real puiiishnient ha I idailtage,' of us'ng them. Tiieri art piper, a win 0 ago a1 mt McTonncii, the total Ipss of life" among-moM- that portf b'jin-- r (rmrM in tile linerids'min ma. riHiini and it is coinpcile-- to or .i"ie a been VITV tfn to up probR ly ffcoieN if evaporators iiillil. ahnw-vcMtiated, Miper-heataim p'i'i'. of Baltimore, miiy bo jhit. into any k lie T in his oilta. Tta' was thsam 5 waa )Ds. J)urui 1$ were Rev. 5 R. Wilkius Fun air Hint exercise are Nature's denonncefwutch-Hieoiings- . eisu aovessels and L'irj ines inyh. rliile McConnell. Well, I 0 i2la was He sas outhouse that is two s'ories greit restoratives, ami tho-- e need to time, atl 1 M'.An worst year m tii- still hrsWrtoof thoi ahmg at that b:ii ting foi' ami f gulafh inip.ir d. Hie loss ofgleep. the violent shoulings others require a separate mer. usually intidi Itown. !Hc was the cashut perilous business was I87&.wll 'JMJl l he purpose. Individual la hrtdjJtfotifllgP. uiitl the ntitlulght iiiHreh-lapiay-cur- e childi-c:- i were. f acri- The U fir better for man to make. If -- wis. however, I quq; vessels 1!(ll 171 ll&5 ot i :a ." ..1 y front .Heeling lo incct ng. art' ill find room in s 'ine shed or Mean to.' t ts I an I m l c .t"tl than Mimmer en-mtb aY iicel. H. Z" InrtUet-morttvrtitl expenditure in building for the nvr a violation "d teltgtoMs law. ho oP'Ahierichiwjnr waters. Flay nppoes' ontdxr e iniiiitWS The which do no purpose. Thr spat rCpllrc I h nh crowd and ip' iho 1 by him. It imparts luo.int spirits, ait army of no small proportions, jBta small degree public '.welve or fiftwn feet aqtuiro Of tUkr.Ug wool have them all captivate che r the mini, gives hcalt'n to ie to good, arilo no UnS morning as t came into the ofhee ins bv tho statistics of. leas nuuuiusu , or evim less than that. the thought and makt the b!) l pdre uitisauetsUt l disturbers of the peac stoOd with a lettor in his hwiid, The total iniportjltions forthe ist lour the gr?tt-t"The var'ous kind- - of evarators," an strong. But play aime is nt bet and the Bre Sml, in this. and wasg:uinratif lutontiy, thinknig years were: lisSH .SL7'feUWii"r cont nucd. "are ali.c llle the ntnee. Mltinum - as nil work is not." ".Ml w .rk rt.id no ttt finniry 18S1, 79,9gG,7lO pouade;. 1SS5T, At th botUmi U a furnace for coal or alont something. He broke "Th llisMD Minlpsoil says: play 111 iko- - Jack a dull Im" i a true wood, antl over the furnaot i a with: 'I litu-- Int trot a letter jrnni SiO pounds; 1883, (53.r00.0 fur Catlt)li5 Church ha5 detotetl c going to adage. isWltao'Uf work is. need d for 'M,rt imnrt- - nt 1n( vdnr1 wcro! Grcbns-inclosM 0HTstrta:lUW, Ynndtl a, saying that they aftJiitioH t the higher fetrialtl high, nnfro its disciplinary in lueuec, and t tW e iay auei 12,000,000 pound?;' Macks 'vtrllithlndJl; ttrTch btok.s liktf a fat tctotl u chimney elect ail Altornoj'-GeiicrThe; cdueat'oB ami in this way it has come firm the muscles and If 1 lull tt hors.) and a little lS,.rOt),000 pounds; japans, through the rdtf. iintide work si oultl v, o far a p .ssi'ile. out to e.xertquite an inf'uenoe ocr the stic kins ?ntl sue w There is of this chimney the ciaporatou is car- inMil--couMtl'luihl go dotvii thero tfih theii pounds. r2f Y rfwW. of tliwirs. Bet it th" e.iu jiot 'no giieu. anilj- - of ho Unit! titatcs gt?it.' Yandalia fish processes in ir I The amount of.fry and. msf) ried on by veiv d.fferent rt saw and I'll k fo. w o in th e '''.ai- an aeadeny Ht Georgetown, near :.r.d was distributed by tjic fisheries Cwmniisnu Hh at of (JovCTHmo-4- t me of tho army ollicers. diileient iiui h'me., ;iid the vounz ls bettcrtiian no wo k at all. s1nct its bstttblWIinSBnt. mtlis froui .) vksonville. iua be tdkeii down ntid put up sey.nU-rtv- I e Another eminent faoraMo to ":ool coniin.' i coutact wit) theung lathes friv of New York ..11 & 1 ioki mm: .tr.11 .i..... nun, iiniv Kt- -Jl- c"mr ncrortling to tho ScereiaiV of Utu Smj. with ease. The e were .uitl marry health is pure air w it s'lfjun.'. U fall unir their influence P be rented to farmers at a few Hollars a ho? of mine, awl 1'w jr' a1"1 any Mha 3?-200;bnJochililreti a e ac ust.m I to cnt late I ihrim 'ii t his wnv has the annv yon on trout, JlArflv; wfiirenSh. tlay. Most of the evaporators arc tall tloilars. nmi if Mint win do I torn j il Cttlllditisnl.,' rooms, the' wdl ultim ifely cnJo tiiern. thig.ii Vith !hhoB?h Vou'w welcome Intil,' enoUsh lo run up through the roof pf rooda". reputation anihmarket abroad or s'Hs and w 11 feel oppressed in an unveut Iatetl me a lit I KftUtDted, salmon. ' WW ,.' Th pastor of a Western churh hiindbifr. A titMililfii' iiiaoiiine has .,.., "'h.i ttiortL-ii-t nililWnfiltel' at hoiffo at uflnrjy tnioo tin prices room. And they will .Icep so indh ami was recntlv at'acked by a ntmilr of vonr horso aiuU H tt R7S,n"; at which eastfc'rn JbtttreTr is oid. And hoalthfulty wlen the enl'l air f winter mnmbtrs of hi church, who cinie to at tlie Uj of the structure add tyk$f ot jjTl,1 aHit. 1 'Cofctiteh horw aajl ifUgUs 113,000; CaUlornia S trdur; the gt up ntu-.iloltoni allWT me reason seems to be mat we tern is pourinir in s, t doe not b'ow 011 his husWe liabitation at night in the it a wheel, ami at tho enrl-- i stHrll., Ihlliai, twejy mutfS ip 45 0? stnrgeou, doSiflOUtf $&&): dairjmeu are wide awake, whil' ih . He was wheeL Around these wheels pass l em. Sleep under mi !i cond't on is sliatMi )l a. donation j.arty. m at intervals ul n rn lwflUM lift fifllek tie pra'ne,. ami I inatuio, eha'ns. carrvinir In the East are sleeping. V. 3". riSft4:r,76? llVV ell, IHCS. not affecte I by troubled dreams, nor is presvmfcd with a suit of clothes which Then there,wL'itwenlvin3;s of straight perch and too fo.v inches br ad trays or ra ks on prairie. H."InTl b r tlc'throiigif It followtnl by nerroust heatl iclie. on trfci proved to Ik' half a blo-""' 7,G32,oli whioli the grei ffuit fe p'need. Af Slnkin;; Butter. Hualtiiful xlvep in ilrvtmltiss. Ami thi largp fir him. In referring lo the m linight, but ho want d. to rflvoR'e they rt'iimili ImrizontaL the ilarkM-iis'nA writer 5:ilie,anKnriaU Enquirer air not in t'S pulpit the following Sunday op iiiltg on Vet irito Yandalia as soon as possible. trives the follow iiig estiinaf ejfthe prppr l has tome to sncH a pas that when-ee- r sippose, c pureroom and !.e too m eh ter letirop tho information that, whilo llie r sUlfds at I heat. A is than an he on the lirs Well, ho not only g. t there, hut he got proportion of weight to height Tn wouv a woman takes up her pe-- t of the evaporaUjr rito e"hca c I nioni. Hut on tin is he wai oxceodhigly thankful hr the the side o the heat r. and its he" takB3 elected. It wns tho first olit:c Jic ever upon tho dairy she feds that she is height should weigU floor abo it oils git', sill he could "not help thinking ctnnfortablf !i ris n r from en: Five foet in repir rushing iu where angels fear iread. for r tirimr to be mail, without a chill out a trav of ci aiwrateil fruit which help. After that he kept just Ike so 100 pounds: five feet one., inch, lwp trat He spokesman who made the in the revoluti'Mi 01:0 poiitlon to af'rt' er, But I am so much pleaded with what is b 'st. Chiltlren thus pounds; five feet two inches, 11 pound-v- , soeech was just a little tto comes down to him of racks, he iuser s many steps going will grow you say in your last issue atiout men entiles cha'n llvo feet three inches, lit pounds; iho 'titt tig of the healthfitlix : an I thi i;o I hwiltb. trevioa in calling the gift Thisinc'd.n.of Douglas Kinysan feet four inches, 13 ) pounuK nvc icei. fresh making butter that I cannot the ii) in its p'a"e a tray cOntaiuio with intt llgent, praetital t title tion tribute" (Jhieatjo limnf. tho name of Lintemptation of writing a word. Men are anti fruit, then gives the aj piratus a ptt I laturallv brought upated with that of fivo indicts 138 iounds, five feet ?K f inoie ilue liiee. Mill l coln. sd'ckiMiy assoc tlownward, bringing the next lra very useful otqrUuvs, quite convenient than inches, 144 ikhiihIs; live feet seven inchs The Ancient Druids. 0 Mtu."'.rul cajiit.il. five feet eight inolios to have about the house nd very enabove, when the operation it reeatl Douglas. es, 100 l'hxlwh :jua fn' I. I w;is a incmbor of the 155 pounds; five feel nine indies, JbJ inco:n tertaining in the description of their ol Trays with the fresh fni t descend, pass Unfortunately, but few particulars Legislature two .enns wan mm. no pounds; five foot ton iudios. 1G7 pounds; own abilities As you remark there is The Peril of Winter Fishing. 6uch rites Have conio down to r.s, ,iv..iwi-Mti- ir the adjoining county. H'batl five feet elovon inches, 176 jiouaM sax nn in th tnoi tTi-- to the I ivm nothing, that they cannot do, if you I took though wo learn from the sixth book ol The. BoMoti fomnp rciiil BuUeii pro. will le.l tlietn toll it, and 'now that they operator' s'nle again, ttiid doitilwHrxl servetl ono term already wner. feet, ISO iouiids. . X "Casar'5 Cotnmemarie" a pood deal s to umkiirc lmtt'r, thsr are nounces thcg.-e.i- t hand. If the machine is handled mv seat, I remi'iut or tho first most nae trot' intf horror o' Uie about Driildical privileges, fhc-- an lo his ' bo saw him. 1 thought he was the (ban III WET AND WISDOM.' ass rhblo dur;ng th Mist csoit "a ot th saenioiai cash skillfully the fruit will b ready to ever wrc k or Hut. cient Hntons after making one rcolto:i. awkward, trocoutli omig follow I sonio kyi! Lnxefc like tho rest of tin taken out upon liowJimtcrhotijtiliPfin'uo!i(Sim 'OMili&sIM Better three hours too.ijoou ttlmn fruin drvlnz taw. Hejtf 2fr in his seat with td ri L'utlio n ic ,mii"tVTri'"litnw.;i.,MJ 4! no neeti 01 rn ....:.... 1(,. 1.t.. in regret that they ra 1 not taken hold Wfcirt?UmtlTtt'liiTrMnllTmH.tiiH t'njtTWTmtr,tJsjrTiU1tjteXuj1idji( of this matter years before they did ami p op Tty which is now ,''...' Mis Aloof t &w rvharhas, faldiri able on other rniiiifls, 'J'lcv aic saitl less on the one hand, or So moist as lo tire sell 'MrJSnoaker.' and IicUl "Tho furthermore Uiv'a'e-- mat "it u m n lo hac j)refeired lommitiing Ui be om. .,uiekly I en tod and mildewed piMr aloft i:l a bmyhand attached to Jovo with a gwnt-manprotty g.rkm and taught the women ha .a rd on- - to engaji in Georges Banks nietinw)' long strings of verses to enon tlie other hand. To prev. tit this a 1 ng imgniiilv rtrni, J1U wholo manner her life, but never once the least bit There is 110 butter made liow "' Wondered to mself with a man.' Just so with us;. JfOstmt All tisi ing than to work in a powder-mil- l cept what thi men mako. gaging in the frequent combats or the antl to ei.ah'e tho operator to kuow fi was silh that I t c .imty was J'ost. is grease, off color, off fia or, The high rank of the Jln"c'in a- - a period, ami. with the eevtion of a exact condition of the fr.tit at any what in Iho w'orhl the rest toinniereial newspaper j;ie. n ir!i taste for bnkinjr tb.eir gla-- s windows ar.i thhikiiiif of hi dhtl?thsli a fellow to the . stage of the pro off even thing thai it should hac. "Is Jay Gould almmorist?" aske I on talking worn- - on thu All that seems tb be ueeiled now is to weight to Itin wteker ovens, wore of a mikl and set in the sides of the evaporator, and fegisl iture. Bufcashe went sense, such a Countryman of :i Wall troet Jirokuf-"-I and the reme r it p t;xs have the men" make the biscuit aid the According to the the rate of need mav be res da'cd at them was so inn h dear di8Msition. bolicvo not," replied, the money earnest consideration. It is bet- gent') Roman will. Through the eiter of tl trunk j sound judgment displ.i. cl, that it bo- - handier; "hut he is cdrfsTdtrtd"r,iuaa i, numpies, and the human stoma h will haie great ; a treat that the irods mihtr eii.y. 1 ter to "abi'ish s inter ts'iin; on bers of yoing men were iu the habit is a partit'on dividing the space into two .. mm ... il,..il,.ulu' tlll'V eliose 1.1111. nun of inlnilte fhest.'.'r-Y- -J. Abw. w th the history of which tinus, and a damper enables tho opera- - :iift r vca-always thought I should like t hae Georges" than to hi e .1 iear! los of of resorting to them for iiisftnctiou, -- De 'oman what dresses Iter ,ylea:jt more than one huulicd lics but Usug-gt- and. It may be, to avoid tho unweltor to throw heat into either or both of vou ar. f iftil'ar. SlitfwCd that tucy wore her.-e-'f my lmttcrTnatle antl my dough kneadtie 'oman what ' ' Uiat the Use if deeper right." Ohta'iU oe- -' ed by a man. He has such a delightful come attentions of the early British these sections. dresses tcr plditsWameriidder 'oman witl h -- d When the way of neglecting to w'ash his hands au impri,,l tut..t would rem ve mu-"Each of tho evaporators is built tq J,Hiriir linorv is 2ot,a salt snot siuumer Five Ceat5n Day. , e.eopt at stated perio Is, that I feel of tl e peril .f the ndulr. The city of dietfthe most populacof his followers carry out a difloreut theory of preservnear de ton o' lM 'ite&ttArmtnavj - chie'?' Inteivsted in "the Gloucester ing fruit. Tho object aimed at Is to "The . uniulftti vc power of money is a fact 'Traveller. siiccewleil him, provjijed any oiy insure the butter tlat he made and the vrinlor-fishiii' and tf itst'et sent out dividual had won the 'hearts bolh of produce au article which miy be transdough he kneaded would have an arovery generally knbwh'bitP not gonerally "What will Vou thirik f XQSdcni'-tifu- l vt'-- cK ami tw ma that would delight tho senses, ami in 1S83 seventeen teachers and taught: otherwise- - the ported to fore'gn shores ami be kept for living wifo thirty years from now? ttat i came r office was put up to election, antl the years, while it reta'ns as much as pos- aimreeiatt'iL There are and nine fihermOn a flavor that would amuse the palate. hang.ng on to the question," says Mgf. Capel.Oh. Tho foe ml for lsSl may Druid who headed the poll became sible its original characteristic flavor at tl 0 age of seventy-fiv- e bade. horse-stablThere wouul be sleuder employment,, bless vou, Monscgnor.'-sheMl'b;ll hrfft-Thexistence bv "in .tho flavor, and the Iw still more terrible, for already two "President, and marched in front of the and sugary t:iste. The inventor of the or pensioners,sonic d and it may be, on the bounty conundrum is what sho wlL.think vessels are known 10 be lot and sevou procession of mistlctoe-eut- t ts, each machine just des rjbl nserts that the o' kin red or friend, hut might, bv whole tempered by that pcculacly delY.(JI,rahl of.us?-.- Y. t armotl with Irs upright hatchet of green fruit should bo heated immediicate perfume which comes from tobac- more art siippoietl to be. the smallest particle of thrift,1 w ITio Newfoundland sril ind He was a, new hand ar printing, o ately to as great a degree of ho it as it rigid v ad .ere I fo in tho past, have set) co. O, how can anvbo ly wait for tho brass. According to Stukelcy's hptelibiltan" sahl "th be the greatest ami most pro.it-abl- e c Historv of T'arausias '' the "most will bear wft limit porcept'bly clnnging asitle n resp 'ctahle sum which wouhl, ami set It up to read orf the time to come when the men will he 1 faro: " Baked Indiana m pW.V'JiBji"" ..,.. ...1.1r fnctvnl of tll l")rilill oeivin fishery in the world, but tho W.ns its color. Hot air w.U not ponelrnte materially help em to ma'ntaiu their the housework ! It wjoii'd nls-- Le for fishing called Yule-titlstead of ".leaked Indian mnui.ii- -. txo.w when mistletoe, which and scald the fruit, he says, as moist iudependnco in f done so quickly, for sticljiu!c things introduction of their old ago. Let us tho jirinter and thO proof-- f esder 'neVe.r gives ospeial iut rest to tne intiuiry thev named was carried in air can. As the fruit rises gradually as a disagreeable odor about tho pantry ' .&t winter-fishin- g is necessarily so their hands ami laid on their altars as through the ho'.teM. lino the heated air take the small and insignificant sum of speak as'th'ey p'a'ss by. or filth about the. churn or the kitchen whether the rents which we. daily pay to have perilous that it ought t in trohib.td. an emblem of the salutiferoiis advent antl vapor passes o'.F at the top. Wh le Advice to tho?yourigdvnowM'' wouid not obstruct Ijis way at all. in n c?r- T. our boot, LlacheuV .1o n g is thought that "Don't churn or keoy'your milk where for it will be extensheh iisctl to take of Messiah." Tho procession of rising, the heat on the outside of tlie distance wc are abb to walk, or to pro- qcoiionvv and labor ace (thc shining "Hie civHied mati. Thev form Druids and bards, armed with their fruit is diffused through it, and while cure a badei'arwVaro better without, there is a boiled dinifer," says tho pro-- . smacks months. Steam- golden sickles, must have been a pretty descending the othor tine to the oper- and see whaits value is in the counlo ' most enduring oasis 01 .sf.cieiy auwuir fessional dairyman to tho housew ife, coJ in the w'nter lie aihantageousl-usecan also ator it receives its last heating, ami is of tears. We will suppose a boy of surest' source of Nationalaml,itdivulu"l sight. while at the same time he smells like a siliacks mackerel-fidtincat hiog more . for Another inventor argued second-clas- s Inllitchin's "History of Cornwall" removed. tobaceo faolory. It is. truu own boots; or s.iv- - welfare Pel r, fooiter. bv hot the con- fisli and taking them to mnrlwt much thero U the story of a farmer who "had that fruit should be first subjected to a l in This carifare7or going without I11S The Einpreis'of'Rii'Sia lfas oTderet that many womep have At presto lose a large number humid atmosphere to soften it, and then n a cloak which is to cost lO.aOOj jlt'WjH veniences for makiiijr butter, ami it ii more rapidly than fish eaten in winter is the misfortune disease and from other gradually dried by increasing tne neat. cherished ugarctte puts u.vc cems which, be of sabl- - tttr, trimmed with gold to keep their milk ent much o the' of cattle bv impossible for them tla; in one vear hfr saves ?1S.3.. the rate and enriched with previous stones bhe the fall and In this inventor's machine the friu is being bankcil, from contact with contaminating odurs. taken from th water in from the mar- caused. Finding the local farriers unabear interest aj kept on ice until it passes and taken of five But they know that boiled dinner does ket. The demand for fish fresh from tho ble-to copo with the malady, he be- put in at the top, on trays, per cont. pcranuiira. compound- could hardlv put on more st.ylo,it nlc QHCly Jterruf. thought hun of an swicicnt tradition, of out at tho bottom. Another inventor ed not improve the quality of butter as On this basis, when our was an editor's wife. fast that general oa is increasing exactly reverses the procc s. and it is a thrifty yt nth reaches the age of sixt'-fivwhich he had heard in his youth, well as the tobaco smoking dairy man "Ah! it was a. galtf," sauljd.t. attaches to tho discussion of tho popular process, too. As the fruit gets been handed down from generadocs. It they could get ri I of the I ad having set his live cents per day re- Ramsbothanr, "It shook our lmuse by mctho Is by which the perils of winter-rtsh'n- g tion togeneration in the district. Conto the top of the shaft it is believed ligiously aside during fifty years, the tho seaside, and I couldn't, help odors a easily as he coal get ridof the n can bo reduced. Ar. Y. Mail aitd sulting with his ignorant neighbors, he that it absorbs flavor from the hot accumulated it)bacco flavor, they would do it in short t myself, as I lay awakAV constantly rising. re ,ult is surprisin". He has A scrutiny Erpress. to atmosphere 17. ami they agreed tliat the only way of tho old sons; you Know,- '"' order. I very much prefer the navor no less a sum .stop the calamity would be by the Still another inventor passes the fiuit of the progress of this result s ipterest-inof boiled dinner to that of burnt tobacdear: 'Cease, RUdc JJorax.'siftPaying tho Traitor. of his best beast. This through a horizontal trunk having a co. It is not nearly so nauseating. . . : ot thirty our hero had ton rosL .C . . At the Men use treachery and despise tha stupidjold rustic gathered his friends furnace at one end and a fan at the $:W5: at forty? S77; at fifty, .?t,CS7; A lady who ba?I rwaiUy, K Jfr It is Cheese for Home Consiiinption. Their moral sense remits and acquaintances together one tbiy. other end to return tho hot air. return it sixty, S2.0G2. After fifteen years nusoanii ami her friontl werO eating uin- tmitor. snviiitr "his nnnnnt interest lllOrO than nor tocthel-a- t the relleneo"of tlm hitmeans which their craving They lighted a big lire, and laying hold claimed that it is economical to against the' There are local idiosyncrasies in taslc for vapor. equals his original principal; in twenty- - ter. ? fcyiupathi?.vith 3 on fpjm the succes? persiia"de thorn to use. The, of tho finest calf on the farm, drove it the heated air anil both in England antl the States which fact shoxvs that faith in the 11101 into tho midst of the flames. Armed "Evaporators are now settling down five years it is more,, "an uouw, m lmttoiu I my heart ia your sreat sor- ilit's of arc peculiar and to which it may bo times as must I'O which is with pitchforks, they prodded the poor into steady demand. Farmers have been thirty-liv- e 3'ears rt. " policy to cater, but the general tate of maxim. "Xothins everyone ho tried vain- shaky about buying. b?caiiso so many much; in furjii ityis fourit is eight terrible .m.I tho friend. "It "Ahiiic, years dishonor rablo," is not strong' enough to tortured beast to the two countries is quitc'similar. Both "In this burned down. 'Thirty or more burned times as much, and the last year s in- ves," sighed the widow, "it is only thu remoi'u this moral contradiction. And ly to escape from the lire. prefer a chee-- c whose meat, while it so the world, which make) success a state," writes the historian, "amidst down in one county in one season. terest is SSCjor ten and a half times as "hope of soon meeting him in a l:Ctter has a substantial body, is soft enough the wouuds of pikes, the shouts of unFarmers are beginning to find out, howatfdaulcsiro annual am nint he puts by. to be plastic and mellow, with a silky duty, will continue to pay and despise feeling ignorance and cruelty, and the ever, that when the market is dull these much as thecam amount savd in fifty land that gives' mo courage the traitor. The actual , to live.' Texas Silting?. . feel between the fingors and tongue, the difference between in winThe late Count do Chnmbwl's birth corrosion of flames, the dying victim machines will transform their perisha- years is $l15.-''0What do circus folkswith a ready inclination to melt while An that and the grand total of .'J,8l'S.l7, imperishable. occurred' after the assassination of his poured out its expirinx groan, and was ble fruit into asks a contemporarv . The clow 11 ter?" being masticated. The firm, rigid, unevaporator will frequently save enough viz: $2,'JS3.6'. it accumulated interest, .lnvntn the spsison to "leanimi a fresh His consumed to ashes. It is scarcely posDuke yielding texture so common in the fac- father, the woman de Berri, in 18'JO. and sible to reflect on this instance of super- fruit from decay to pay "for in a wlint a. niaTiiificcnt premium for tho of great courage crop of jokes nonnhealniamw.priiitc I tories is never the first cheese in either mother, a force of character sho offered to lead stitious barbarity without tracing a year. This year a yery large number minimutu.of thrift that canbo well irauwau .uv,umi.t.. prior -to tne .J.TT- - rnnlit country. In favor the preference is kind of resemblance between it and the of boxes of evaporated fruit .vcre sent Brooklyn EayU irttfigures! nitrTi''oni--- 'Jl.. troops against Iho occasionaujr nmoiw .- .- .w".".. not for acid, but for a clean antl full the royal 1$:)1 plotted to sunt rerolu ancient sacrifices of the Druids." One machine turns out f"om abroad. tioni.ts"of him on and the "strong ntauWho ic weeklies: ' flavor of cheese, accompanied with a The old Hallowe'en bonfire festivities A Cflld B"y for Snakes. 75 to ICO bushels a day. As to profits, fist, soeurcs om- splinters rocks.with-hiPerhaps the French throne, as "the only legiti- of Perthshire were clearly derived from 1 have heard that several large distinct aromatic odor. au mate Bourbon. tho- rplovmentia a ' best e'viilenggf of iinilarity of A hunter, while wandering around the establishments in this In 188'2 she landed near Marseilles Druidical customs. The people used ef,Xo, doubt the. fa'sfo in the two countries is tho mountain in Indiana County, J hammering tou"h to malce fagots of heath and broom State ami in Now .Jersey have given up foot of a o Others iiniT employment aflapfed tb their fact that chce-- e which sells for and appealed to tho French Lcgittnrsts tied round with ilax. A man would their cider presses anil have bought Pa., wa overtaken b- - darkness. -- XorristoumtHaral'h to riso against Louis Philippe. The apthe highest price in England will sell peal fell upon deaf ears, and the Duch- take one of these torches fixed to a pole, evaporators Rcprescntathes of these a shelterctl place he prepared to tvLntivft talent ; for highesfpricer in the States for for the companies inform me that out of 10,000 camp for the night. In searching of ess was obliged to hide herself. Due of and carry it alight round the village. Jane's Lirek.': home consumption. What every sec- her 6iiito', named Doutz, agreed to sell Whon it burned out another would le bushols of apples less than $8)0, net. wood he found "buried under a pile i ?n tion of our country wantsis a rich, but- to the a number was made in manufacturing cider, leaves a lot of sticks, or what appeared " I alway? thought Jane, would do Government for fifty thousand n readiness, and sometimes torch-ligtery cheese, as above described, fairly francs the secret of of men walked or ran in a quantity to be long peg3 sharpened at ono cnu. same tho while from oit " snid Mirs. Lootahead,.as shola'cl lndiur-nlac.. durable and of even make, which will The betrayed Duchess her arrested and procession. Jn the sane county, on of appl?s evaporated more than These hesuppobod had been hidden there ,LABtlottoi- - she haO Dcen reaiiin uii' hw Uhn was be bnh palatable and wholesome -- one imprisoned. All Saints' cto bonfires wore burned in $iJ,000 was .realized. Jer- bvaparty.of railroad engineers who had lap, and wiped her spectacle? wiJh.Hio A New over the ground not long before. that will sell at the top of the market, f I, or- nnmn. "SHc Said sIlO To M. Didior, the Secretary of the every village, and tho ashes gathored sey farmer says that the pr fit on 100 Tone stalling a fire beside r. big log ho either for homo uc or for shipping. Minister of the Interior, was assigned together and sprinkled on the ground ba'skcts of peaches, pared, is ?3 That After would never marry a poor, man," ar.il . Such a cheese is within easj Teach, but the disagreenlilb duty of paying the in form of a circle. Then every one is about x day's" work, and if the season drove several of these pegs around in hc has kent her word-- "' we must turn Over a new leaf in manu- traitor. At the'appoidtod hour, Didier concerned in making the bonfire places contiuucs forty days the profit, by a front of it, on which to hang a blanket "Indeed,", said MicameigJiW, the cutting w ml off his back. facturing to'gct it, for it is patent that called his son into the ofliee;-nuha? made a good match, then:T said: n stone in the center of tho circle, and simple process' in arithmetic, amounts to keep d thnugh with his. lunch "sheShe h:Ls that. Her1aSl w'O'rd to the customary modes will not produce Tlie bulk of the business, so Ho wasscarx-l" "Look wall now at what passes, and all go home to bed. Next morning they to SM-Wwhich it. A statement of Francis Barnes to never forgot it. You will- learn what a arc tip betimes to sec if anj thing has far, is in apples and peachus, but it when he noticed one of the pegs, me whon she IcfUiorae.to yitJior aunt chief cause of the sepundrol is, was a out- three feet high, beg.n to lop in Chicago were: 'Mother, the, man 1 the effect that-th- e happened, and should Jt be found that could and the method of paying one up i cl cese lies in mis-- , vast amount Of or mnrit of tin? stones is iniured or "Where is the business in apples and over to one side and then straighten a marry must have wealth, or hem ST pof . . o . j :... :u. n: -.!. iuur. w Then a twinkle of light, like L peaches carried on with most afain. management. 111 naiiming uiu isor?'' sition, to accumulate it rapiOlyiV I Tho Socretnry sfio&o to a messenger, fpift'ofpiaee. he who. may' be called the J .. .i fore it gets to the cheese maker, ex- and Doiit,. tho traitor, was brought in. r owner ot. tne stone is aiwaA s surpnscu. j New jersey. Delaware, tluv" flash 'of lightning, would emanate well rqraepibqr the wor05., siiv-,"Poaches in sf'ck. presses a common opinion, but it is not M. Didior stood behind his desk, on luougn seiuom nunoyeu, to nu Himrf: Maryland and Ivnnsylvania, anil ap- from the crack in tlie end of the '"She has married a weaitTiy'wf i .iA correct. The chief cause lies in defects which wore placed two packages, each self alive and well next All Saints' ove. ples in New York, New England and Supposing that h's lunch had affected tt.o3' ' . . 1. be h&isigflt. he went to sleep only to in tho manufacture rather than in tho contaijifng twojitv-fiv- e ''.lie's not cxacay.wpaltlvy:atlbut thousand francs. To fulfill the superstition properly he Canada." faljmg condition of tho milk. Thu most im- LsAs DculK approached the desk, the Sec should be dead audhuried. Now every "What othor things arc evaporated?'' awakened by the gum blanket a fortune rapidly.'. ht he's makins he? a banker, or a'WOker, portant of these defects and the leading retary ma le a sign bo J.iut to stop. (one who knows anvfhinsr ahtfyt the "Black and red raspberries, straw- on him- - Getting up to investigate, t "What is points necessary to make cheese ofsthq Then, with a pair of totig--- . ho picked up' manners and customs of the alicient berries, I lackbcrrics, cherries, grapes, fornil half a docn big shnhes trying Hi or what?" car. agree sweet corn, potatoes, beans and pump- got their frozen tails out of the holes desired quality "mav bo briefly noted in the pacuaes, and tlropp tig them intt Druids which no one does--wi- ll thou . "He is the porter of a Pullman -. I'mf. - li. Arnold in tho that the .custom is manifestly of Druidkins. Cabbage and celery aro bleached had driven them into, supposing this conncctirSomervMc Mass.) Journal. o.ien liands of che traitor, pointed ical descent London 7'tlcaraph. uess. EzcSanac j to a crispy white Thu latest notion is to he to t1'? door. Youth's Companion, com-miissltifl e EniTrxihi.ir. 'pf'pnnfni :facts ,1X1) riauREs: ' At .... s W 44C- Mpt t' mass--mr6ti- - w-- !'rjliar.sp id-Ve- -- cycs-sjOiitar- Jo . 111 fIS "s s-- ca -..- .sv-yi-- -4r 1 - WFranaisco dis-(title- - d 1 - e fu' ,. 1! .- l -- I ilcco-fate- es 1 11 d l. h0;i5?-koep- vr e ihi e u-i- jSUjaJiiJSSi ... 1 w-- .- . .wr.-- 1? v ims& Jwhr-isrVsyjt- Ksg ainStrinrvytVW jgsfeSfcwr. - F" -- e -- s i- or-la- ut . how-t'Tc- f. du-u- il i -- '- .- j en-o- ld jL'Vfrn! F3L 7fl. 9 -- Vfij l manu-tHelurvt- l. 11 a d 1 gtrug--l'iiS- t - g re-ir- e, d .er-ci-c- imfcli-inoeting- s, tca-dnn- 1 ttatdh-mVcting- 1 s T Fo-iHa- s 1 1 y.-ar- t - Ro-Wt- dcr o par-tienl- Kr a-- ai n-n- give-t'evidene- y. I y 1 i- -. ah-inwt- on te I .111-chiu- tI .," .( 'ilt 1 stfW-fvnA- or frolu-stmi- e an-ai- " m.-ld- - 11 k t i;l$Mllait. iiMii-MM- f -- bull-head- s, k Ut-tra- vs m-ffi- - , 1 r opo.-alo- i t- - pre-senlin- .- eh'-rel tliou-:itnk- 'I po-ind- r lni o , t'sWng-vtMict- e 1 11 1 11 1, stunt-thing- . , y -- th-.- fellow-crciitur- es e-- s,if-joe- t, -- warrior-hiatowai- 1 s, , S VesM-Tsw-t- h shows-j.wisv-b- ul -- r. arch-Drui- : g. '" ',s hiin-tln- nl ne-.ts- r few-mo- u pig-po- n, e e cow-yar- I ts'-r- y "Me-riBllf- I do-iu- -,, steam-vessel- s e, all-he- steam-fishin- - d lif-tce- li. g, black-in"-tit-s sail-vussel- s. in-te-- e, 1 inftr-muri- ng odor-lade- tin-wor- - than-$:k80- g. liiirnt-oircri- a-- . 1 - -- .- - d. it-e- lf rcp-sent- ed T .. ( s j ng - chcap-ooaniing-nous- o Com-iiif't- e. ht w -- 1 y . - - Wr .:..i -.- i.-.- 1 ,- -- 11 ... 1 ..-.- i. , 1 vivnr-yor- IT 1 aL a Sat x. f" mfi' Aft. - itf& JJrri?-L So when onn Inorn'n m n C.iniO into , town bniKo.i. UI1II flVCJ'- i .,.;n. .w,. ...T . . niiKj. aiitl tl,-- . V. ,le llflL old Uarabara's hou,e' Vt!llZ o'clock GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. the night before, le saw i ick Fiend ana the lh KENTUCKY. housc-toi- ). witch in gtHICOIAX, surr.Hm.u.ir.'hL nnd The Hickman Courier. . to-tifi- THE CYCLOXE. June: on the hill of Aleka, tTho robin sanjr out Ills Eureka, --Above the rimmcl crust nest. Of his clrcl-njIn which were the younjr. To which ho now sun?: I hate found it Eureka! Eurokal of clover, It was June on the meadowsthe lover, It whs June in the heart of was June in the comb It Where the bees mutlc their homo, .As they hummed the low tune, It i June, It is June, .And all nature rejcated It over. O, xov the sun f hone on that morning'. It acmed to only jjlvo warning lay Ttut Hearen was near. jtiice fear, never foar; n Thchtrks onff and linnet IIadfuch-muhi it, jis ald: Havo goo J cheer, never fear. "The yrunr farmer wont forth to his plowing-"With a joy as ho thought of the grow Hie', "With the harvet to come "Jo trladden the home; And he whistled and thought It-as r c laughing rendisbh nS they .hook ihcif Vfeta h luriu $gM- - tried to remetrvor that linrhnra, thp 1 witch. W.15 an old. tisrlv woman 1 up only pictwrc 1 iuUlttill up wa that of n leauUfMl JUnnjj rfH with-b- ot wOA ' Tail hie. only she was fir fVo,n .astly. but was :i warm nnd Mibstantial Rnd full of lifn r that hand had seeinol to i. usBprt, vNnjsiGibstiVi ell managed kitclien insures comfort to the hume.- A. Y. vv,,, To roast moat salt it the evenin h fore, put into a brend-an- ; pourin'onc" of co'd waur: have tho ovon pint until the meat U ,aml over well- - tli, give it a slower fro. You can . he tleoirctl ix.int is reached by stick;,. a fork inU it, a the blood will ' " not done. Uvttun A farmoi' i? lhc thatham (X m ir-- t r a Hirs. imb Ihe tuniiii S-hul.i-- i r ih,. ;,ti fen o artd bHHsO - M A. j A b-- ?? , YiMin. or wh.it should the han est of plowing and rawing. lw boujrhc And the wife looked forth on her joy, T in blesiJnp, a bright Kirl and boy, As now hand in hand They climbed Turrows of land Toward the spot where ho plowed, Thoir father, K) proud. And in cottage and field thore was joy. one embrace, Its faCo; xiioy grappK-- . an,i CT round and round in sweopi-ij- . circles toward the frhJIPT? tllPir groans, Hcrco is the breath iclls or ruin, wreck and death. i All how they whirl through orchard branch, And jrrlud the troos like avalanche. toss 2,nytoll thrmijrh blnok aixl iitAddencd air Tho and fruitsor i ear or care! ftovr where tho peaceful kino wore foi shed, V r?,rtJS l,P'a ot barn .Anil leaves the tnansleiland border dead. Ji, wa-c- It now and breathe a prayer. ?;,ke,f?,,nn5,r- - beast from out his lair ir Miiir aud sweeps about tho Fpot "" the farmer a ?S cot, iJK'i one white tiake of tieecj snow ;at winter winds have hed to toS3 i CPSS somc 'tlntil nmid thefck'Hk h"1 or hollow low w hole "twas Iot. ha t li.v wJihe cot was upward borne" Aim racked and foametl and outward torn: "'vaiicwl many a field acrot. And. Jifco tfco breath of snow, was lost, Jn wvpt the giant, fierce and black, Jl cond your pit) (n? glances back Across that tiold where happlnoes i?o lute was bonding to caress And where, in oue breath, Ufe, happiness, nro crushed to death. .,.fJnothor riln!f from tho ground. ith many a jrhasily. bleoding Arnoriir tho ruin ieers around: wound. . ahc hears no . oiee all is as still As silence on ndeud mm calm: rot e'en a bird essays to trill -Iu.n' J very note of nature's psalm. ' bho call-- , their namo. and mockingly An echo answers from the air. t And then -- he upward looked and looked, ...OURh 8hu thought to find them there. Till, stiiinblinr on a broken beam, llor etesaro brought onco moro to ground. Jh it the horror or a dream No, there her treasures fast are bound. Uose in their faJior's arms they lie, II ut death has closed each love-li- t eye. to wrench fcwtt the bleeding theboam away until hand grow weak: TJie.L kneeling thore. she chv-ptheir clay, uQa each dead lip, and cheek. '.,..Ith stony gazo and tearl ej e M19 asKs thu unanswered question: Vby? Till, maddened by tho awful spoil Or lo-- s. and loneliness, and griof, Mio rocked aa rocks upon tho well A life-bo.Ver a raggo I And cried their names andreef. whispered V ake. bulind. darling. as sho ntt soft: Had woke them from their morning nap, Or Iiltn. tho huband, from his To take the darlings on his hip. dream's. All In tho bright'ning morning beams. " And there the tender nefgtaborsfound Tho mother, seated on tho ground. Trying the task. My liwrts that bleed, and hoarts To battle Uoath, and bring to life that brfink. The slcciers that will ne or waka. Kjich with an a-- jr I see n shadow. Up the wen It crecps-u- ov 'bocc tho wocnled crest rwothadows meet, jn , h pa-sir- cr "v . , 1 ' It was Juno on thehilUof Aleka, 0 robin cang out hts Eureka, and lor tho tree by tho non "Wore opt the blast. And the 3 To which he had sung ounff Vere dead, on the hills of Aloka. Three graves on tho hills of Aleka, And a stono with tho one wonl, Euroka. l'attno stonns that may swoop. Ami the toar-- that we w ood; l'Jst tho carUfs fickle wind. Inn bcautirui land. Tboy have 'found it. Eureka! Eureka. c. U. Biirdtclf, in Chicago Inter Ccxtru s THE WITCH'S RISC. A Mitlutlit Adventure In a New Grae-Yard. V.n; rland ' VC17 cunou"' Slcepv old village is .Ailljngtune. Half a ccnturv behind the rest of the world, it still sits between the green hills of an Eastern State, with its elbows on its knees and its eliin in its hands, musing on days, hon old King George 'held the land under his SWflV Mini ti'linn c I.old folk sagelv remark, thin"-- wore not as they are now. There are a, "Teat many old people in Adlintuno in fact very few die ,oung there. The atmo nhorc is so Invinif nn.l Pfiiiceful ,i.. excitement and tlib weir and tear of the busy world is unknown. or at most only hums faintly over the ihs, like me ouzzinir ot a ily on a sunn v pane on a summer day. And so they 5L'ii $- lri 'heir chitfluoy-cornefrom vear to year, and muse, and dose, ami dream, until they dream their lives awav and take their final sleep. It was to ah old crone of this description that I was indebted for my adventure. In the course of my idle rambliti"s about the village I chanced one da to jieer over a crumbling. wall and discovered' an old, disused lurial ground. Ilio brown slabs were broken, prostrate and scattered, with only here ami there a forlorn unsteady stone standing wearily and waiting for the time to it, too, might fall down and rest with the sleepers beneath. ' Scrambling over the low wall I stooped about among the grass, pushing awav the tangled masses of vines and" leaves from 'tho faces of slabs that I might read the inscriptions there. Hut the 'suns and storms of over ono hundred years had o' literated nearly all the letters, so that only portions of names and dates rema'ned. Finally, down in a deep corner of the inclosiire, where the weeds grew densest and tho shade was darkest,! found an old stone which. leaning forward, had protected its face ifmm.tfir ctnrmc ....M v. tl.'o anjiii; t ...,, inil 1,, ' v X rcau the worJa: f" " ' ...fro . bv-go- ne - s 1 can-not"e.i- ! I - rs como-whe- n ... IlARIiAUA COXWA1U Boiin 1OT), Died 1730. Asi:. Sixtv Yeahs. Jlaving htcn UirfulUj executed far lhc proe'fc--e of ictfeVrfl. '. My curiosity was at once aroused. 11 i. t ? in flic' woods, when sho would seow-and pass awav, tooping along over the ""icld?," gathering herbs with whicli to Brew her miglitv potion. No one " ever interfered with her, however, uu- iu a sdu year came to .auiinguine. An ep'idenrc broke out and raged ' with' a fury that nothing could with-- , xtand. Tcople began t3 mutter that Jsarbani the witch was ihe cause of it. . Passing along the road tho was stoned by, a party ot boys, 10 whom she -- I inquired of several persons as to the h'story of this woman, but without success for a time. Finally, however, I found an Old woman, who told me the history of Barbara Conwail, as it had boon liaude 1 down by her ancestors: Living in an old stonn house at Vw edge of the ullage, she was rarely se-'lgr no one ever crossed her threshold save 'when she was occasionally met by a frightened part' of children idling . away a summer's afternoon's holiday midnight and found her tending over a seething caldron, throwing in herbs. muttering cabalistic word andstirrinf the mixture with what thev renorted to he a human bone. Old "liarbara was working her charms. shrierccd that tho curse unon them Two of the lads sickened and died in vfow days, and though scores wore carried away in a like manner, an especial import was attached to their death. Barbara began to be watched. TIfeylooked through her windows at tunic;!, and, shaking her bony hand, night. Two a oars of busy city life llntl passed, and old INirbftra Inl'stniln Vva ulwn Phe HAj-- do otill 111 loVC td ii YOU l siftld? 'WW, Ihat up)edr.Uce Itf W,al"tr It Uto VhiahN sUttfr hnd nHl 4t thI iii is "she stWoii Uilder the pArlor lamp-1'- . t into aditoh thoir indlnatloa h'xVJatittil bf boailty am youth, th H.f,.li Hf lint- ini,,l ..! ltl, . j tkll . ,.4 l.lllt IL1 t.u HVi Amml lll. Old Harbara W.I a jt indwtincu her Irieud would have anuhangod, U,Mich )role?U'tl in I slaved me forever. Never ha I a touch nor innocenct t. Ihts l... i'l'li Ii'tlo so tliriilcil m s'tiw - sim i ' eld tho 8utUof InUiiey found in hcS5C-sio- n The ditch's hand in the gru.vo-UrWAs Used to bin that as no simuo Ht4cUrftr sliUlik iimommI throusrli one would ihrj approi)riatoit and 0 j Src had Ulo ftiomory of that s. oclral Tine ilm- - f . ...u.lJt liijhl came over me like a Hash. to go to her grave at mMftWd ?n l"y 1'ut I did not start out to Ml a lo.e same day of tho year on wt!p 5iiS was Btory. 1a t me brierty ay that I II in hanged nud m . "liarbart believe love, l.oiielesly ami rid cuVnh in you were Innocent t liko all t tlc4Wmc timc love, and that I acted itretchiug out his hand overdo grae, loers I ave dona sinoe tbo word hegnM. uie wpuld appear to him and place in 't matter much u' out a niaii his hand a Uiliuimn. ho will conduct age. At twenty-sevet Tliis talisman would brin? gol h ms It pretty much m e would hao nnc as long as he re aineJJt. hut at done a suventooiii and so I u'ruio-voresome time in lis life t'10 fflte"" won d and sigiicil. and tofmUiitid lliy&ell1 with rutnrn to liim and claim heri'n it thousand hop b alld fears and grVw In it hot and cold The old woman ended Ulrns, all Wonderfully low, improtsive monotone, ttthlch. Willi timid, and prided in self upon oohcutlU hur earnehtness and siiicaD? holidf ill ibg it all, vheti) .Is a umtter of fact, tlie wuni slio sniu, nnno-- i i.irncd convic- - stuto ol my feelings was lMTieelir at- tic ti to Inu in ep'te of jt5j? n. As I naroitl to all my nosuntntanees. wintered away, rtdicultlijsS-Sigiio- lalterswore in th's inrre-.t!nttte. Hint ami suror t t'on wiaffo i ik. i when one da an ippoituiut oe urrod found myoJf aJmcf ' linconuclou of whicli I availed nijselt' with a degrw wandeiing no'c ihH'i'S1 the "Id bur'al of Jc.ll and pre"n e of mind that I am gra a Carelessground to the w pioud of to i dij It all came alnut ly glancing at the inscription, I w a j through my asking tho young lady if surpr e to lind that von- - d was the s'.ie bel cvod in ghoMs one hundred an liflietlrnnnivoiary of so 1 should said she. laugh'U her death, and t;il more surp'r'swl ing, cviisiderin? my eporieuie." when tin; thought occurred to ljio of l.o:ioa woman alone to make an watching at her grave, that night. I evasive Of tn urso, 1 implorol Klea. Where fill fvtkl!tiinli)fi ttiiil lin riliAl ti, m was'my honwl comnion souse and in- - the followiu"- st ry:" Hut, crwlulity? cre. was two v ars affo whoa a cmnc that waward thing enlL-- fancy party of girls, just home from school. anil it coih;iitoI. weqe v!bit ng a friend down in the The world was wild "and weird that country. One of the girls had heard a night, when I stole forth from the "ul- foolish old stoty about a witch's grao, lage. Tho wind was moaning through ami some hoiwiim.' about her annual , pi eotuiy; tho apjH'arance, and a tal the trees and a: d who?. black clouds were driven iu bro" en 1 expressed m incredulity, they braved patches acras the sky. now let ing me to put it id the test, Y ha't i tho down the luoons'juitCand'ngaurshronil- - matter? 'the place? A little town all in bla kest uigjit, and making called Adl .rt uno. S'ig ic shadows chase each arbor about "Fo(lis!i' I acojttod thoir challenge and steal around corners upon one in a and received a terrible fright. 1 carmanner that made niffcwincein spiio ried out tho histriict;on and t retched of myself. Climb' ng tho tow stone wall my arm oor the grao. It was sodai miliar nervously. 1 confess I islole 1 ooiihl. sec uiliing, but some one aya- - throtuh the old, seui-ni hand. I ws o beiiu.nbod grsives, pushing tlirongh the weeds and w in lea-1- . at 1 could not ry out. but briars aj silently as posaiblo, an I nak-in- g coul I onl l! through the lunch grao-- j my way towards that dark an I ard to where my trembling compandreary corner where tho old witrih n-- ions wvre :.waitiiig me in the iield. It .poed. A gra at no nun er w s a foolis'i mhtnturo, for 1 fell ill, atiinid-n'gh- t, d!drcnt spot from a grava-yar- d and it c-- t iiu aaluablc ring, which if ona i lhe.e to seek wash'ft to me b pi r Aunt Parbara. an int rview w.'th a spijt For her little name ak" hc a d w n I reached the place anil Stood by th she. sent it aontoe .the sea to me. ,Yoti tom'. It still lacked a f.wm'nutLs of sec, the r ng va a ttl large for my twelve, and :ts I toml there wat4';ng linger and win milled off b " b the moonlight lliUing over the graves 1 I'yine' I miornipted. taking iho Ion 41 d for a little ray to creep in with lfHt riii"j from nn me. IJut no j jpnrofUrfr3lad4&i:ag It was t'me for'l'ilrbara ( I forgot to sa and wavering all about me. it never that her was nnm-- K to bo stirtled now. touehe this grave, but llejl away as o I hojK.' I nvij s.14, that I came out strong as it approacho I, as" though lright-ene- d on that oocis'on. 1 toitl m tory in a jt the black shadow foroverjurkin von improssio w.n, lingered oor tho there. eft'e tof t o witch - Irind on my heart, By and by the v'lkjsc block foiled spoke of t ie good fortune the talisman twehe. As the slow, tremulous tout had brought me, made a vor pretty als o'e out en the night tho wind cfaed lusion to liarbara tho witch reclaiming moaning, the c'ouds covtfd the face of i cr own for she wsvs not a w itch, after the mocn, thein-cctstopjisd chiqmig, all. as I coul I testify, hav'ng felt her and when the last stroko tes fiih.-charms - and final not onh otToroil to the almost unbearableikMcwas Lrok- - return the ring but to give nnolf into cn only by my own brenfuTnjr, which I the bargain. strovo in vain to u ru Jlie dark Hie took both. San Fratiraro Arg- iioss wiis in'enfo awl 1 oculi! le tioth- - Wl 'it. ing. A lerrib!o feel'ng of gu Jand rorsci l mc, that J, a moi iLshoii'd Sh le for ('eutleuien Iluriusr the Coining be intni ling thore at such an liour. Senon. .Mecftanicallj- - 1 strove to the words I had bOTii tod, but snm rc- The reports of fashions for the spring fused to form a $ound and summer of ISM have Still I stood in that awfulBack bv the Hartford tailor. Ihoy give a with fear, until with a full description of lhc popular stales iu l mi lity c.l'ort I reached arm dres for gent emeu which prevail over tho grave an I giasped aliand. among the leaders of the fashion in It was only for an instant- - n&tfthat, The season will show a marked for itnvns jerkod awa in a twinkling tendency toward frock coats. A dipo- but long enough tfecd how intrnl and lion prevail to wear frock suits made velvety it wa anl how ma!I. Xol that from many of the rougher and coarser I lingdretl 'there to retle.-- t utftn :these fabric, and it is considered certain that noei 'I""-"- - W nam oiyi "Host, the doudo-brea!tfrock will lje much at ,an - w, patroniawl, though it is presumable that ' my Lra en m suppos- - ,t w ill uot bo coalined to the more staid r01".01" " "V.""1.1.1 w:x. :xAr. l h:'(it,i,J,'','" and staple o .Is. The w a :t uuiuiii ain asQllIIIO i"'- traight fpick is Lcctiming finite n prom moonUt rojul.walkiuzat a raltlfng,good muit garment, with a disposition ' " that l r C( ",a,c. t0WtmU towards a variety of goods for a change. From a state of intense cold I hr.d iro:n pnsent a.qicaninccs lrock mi ts. ciian-Tg- i 10 iiiniiiig neai. inc tone ixth sin-- le and double, made from difo. inose son iuir r uin.ici uicinroi,nii forent kinds of business siiitinir. will Inas with an c'.cctr'c s!:ouk, and 1 walked one of the principal features in dress fater still in my excit ment. Gradually during the season, the entire suit being the consciousness for etl upon mo 01 me same iroods. uav frock suits that I hold something in my Johch.d ,vill alo be much in 'favor. glitter and hands. 'Ihero was list n. : 1.1.1 cutawa in a th irini-ir?i- l int j J he ho'.lowjpf my upraid hand. suit. J he n walking-coa- t w . auui saw mere a g liicrng nag ot be a" out as popular a cut, though pawith flashing stones. Ihe icules began be Flipping down my back again, anTl I tronage will of divided between the style-walkhurried on. , ing or morning suits The Some persons may be inclined to my nervouviess on this occasion, morning coat is 'being revived. The but I assuie such that I am notn.Ttural-I3- - duced, and tutaway U also Iving introan effort on foot for thy a timid man. I have a nicdalihan-'- - ravival of the thive-bu- : ton cost. The-- n ing id my.rQom afhormr whicli introductions will ten to divert attej- man. and 'above that 1 am not a tion from tho four button coat suit, all I had always been particularly oid - but tnith compols which has een more universally worn of superstition-- foatby all clave than any other s'vle. mc 10 say that I uot only lighted all the Sack Fghts on reaching my room at the litt'e will be suts, both slng'o and double, in use, though the single-- ! lvast-it-1 inn tnai nignt, out itirneu jnem vcrv ;., nunc ..... fujiurai nso . kt..l- - cftit ...ill hi 1 iiini!i , gii into the uargain; ami mat . Tllfll,. Tlio llntOMn j,n. lie. !., . ...u IVM.,. I'lii, II ht .1 cios- ihhu h .j'v. . remoo I from its ihj a lonr front th in overcoats tto elsc-littin- g q cloak tKatSvas hanging in :tvery g bo coat will portion on the wall.gi'his done, sack an the lc tho prevailing styics. The loose I sat down with mv back against the coat is gain ng in faor, being consiwall and examined Uic ring. der I by many as a more sc'ectstvlothan It was :t quaint ohl r'jigj curion-'lcarvqd and masatc. '"'bcpttlpg; 'was tho close fitting. Tho introiluolion of tho white vest is composed of several small "colored stonos set in a e'rele about a large ilia. the most prominent chango in the Thero is the usual agitamond. Jly llnarjcinl circumstances had drtss-su'rendered it unnecessaryiw for me to m tion about changing the stvlc of hill-drMii s, but witlsoiit much practi'ml quaint 1113 self with prt cfous stonos ml roult. The dress suit as it now prethc"ralues. so that could only stir- - vails is correct lynrogulatloQ dro3 tho misc that the ring 'valu.i- ble. ( onsidenng tho sciiing condition wor.d over, and it will bo a ilifl!cn!t ofmymr.X'3 by this timcit avus not work to revolutionize the stvlc. A man M range that I sliould with sart whon my cic in traveling can take his dress-sui- t lell upon the name thatjwas inscr'jed him and Jiul it in order, wherever he may bu. So Jety people of all countries in quaint letters inside the rin"- "tkir-barwest-it. The shlo in trou es is a hajipv I sat and mused upon ,lhG whole net too loose, but just "loovo what the cronhad told me enough; not too tight hut just thdit the gravc-jartin ring and (this was ciicuigh for good looks and - mfort ' returned to mc the oftencstl the thrill Tho prcvailinjr style of business vest ing touch o tho soft'hand ia tho dark- is the with or without ness. , collar, suiting the wearer's Perhaps I should sav.rHit that Some effort is being made, preference. however, to I culled my.-oan old bichelor, and d vest, made had never been in lovcotha is, with introduce the any mortal. I d'd flxitf think that I from fanoy patterns. Not muoh stross was devoid of entiment or feeling, for is laid upon tho jnavonient, aud it is as likely to d'sappcar a not I often drpamel of love, and worTh'oro is no in tho style of hats. shiped beautiful thing-?- of mv own The style, both in the silk hat and Der-b- , fancy, but my life had 'been thrown is very conservative. imoiig toys ami men, and woman was In shoos tho pointed shoe is out of far atvay and a jnvsljarv A juotherles-and" a medium or buUon-she- c home, a tom father, a rd working is considered the lorreut thing. student's life at colWe' n. struggling for bread and reputation i' Fancy and radical styles, in a word, aro great city ouc cm erccivo how it disappearing, aud tho quiet in tasto lias coiud bo that I had made iuw acquaint- th strongest hold at present. Hartford ances among women. In reality I was 1'cat. only twenty-fivbut much experience and a busy life had made mo feel older; The Portland Oreqommi to'ls the ?o, as 1 said, 1 cal?cd,myself a bachelor. fo'lowing story: " Iu Oregon City there I diare given this brief history of my- is a large apple-tro- c in the Methodist self in order to prepare the way for Church lot that is a curiositj. It was another confession. H J. W;,5 falling in planted in The tree bears two love with the owner ortjfr.t scft. warm kinds of fruit: but, strange to say, the hand. It is preposterousTbut is true. iliderent kinds appear on alternate I beean to doubt my reason. it vain I years." In cred6nl-hho was an habitual and had on more thvn one drunkard, rolled ft'onv hislwre ,n :i drunken st &nl lwsol the night in a XMi, tlreaming vUdi.roam, dil?tl in from the)olk.f of wa;e :n his mi of this scene? ho how this pairC,if' Sfflow-hapounced upon him. ari hAi Mt tortured and tlien thrown h'lnl gcUselos c found ready fact that dreams. 'ol Uie fell with an unearthly The clatter and started me out of my fire-irons tllv 1 irve! With sleep, and la. awak most wht to bod to soothe my night with tho lamps burning. Fortune surled upon mo from that (Jl'. a'r. thclt do-Irn- et r.J l:.3, ml l u h...o:lfv.v tdm-- s vmi (n and I Hnt r rtj. ah, r th.lt ,.Njcr;emb the animals ua 1mminured. k-- ,h t'oiitu-- With ill ,T - Ih-.- ihce o f - ,Tl, 1 I 1 rotl-or'- s en-s'- I 1 I d. , ao I i n wliidi should borne in mind. When you havja ,.,0 wood work in a room' painted' ItTh a tCiHtd plan t lav alxwt two hvAm 0f uv or unie aio; naie tlte paint tho anio rohu- ;n that of Ute lo.trd. th if. when I'rinntrnnu.i. i c .1. il . . iihwin hot come eioe "! totlio wali tl.e little sp:1Ce will not o 1 llorei-?ugo,- 1 -- - 11 -- -- -- - K--ft f- - unsighth. .V - To otM.k t -- '. Mm) ju-s- do-sn- 't n frt 1 a l-- 1 aW, hae a fryiuuBn ,)r skillet largo enough to lay tholteak iu . u can nice and even. not cook well without the proHr iilctiVds. Umrtlint in mind. Salt aid to suit tho ta to. IV into the frjing-pw- n lwtier and lam of ojual par . Let It "at hot in as to aeaP the moot Ui.kly, an I ke.-the stlbS'ance ih cover iritii lirfht lid, lioil cook slowiv for afE...V lime, and volt Will havo a juicy r tMffdft-lieion.s 'a curious misapprehension. Agentle-inia- n in examiniug the burrow of one of 'these animals found iu it some apples, and by watching saw how lhnj Were accidentally brought iulo Uteden. Tho approach tb the burrow led over a stone al and under an apple tree. Tho K'oUgehog clambered wti the wall, tlien leajied into tlie air, doubling up iHt'p a ball, striking the grouud upon its fpines and then running off to its hole unharmed ; but in the autumn it had struck among the fallen fruit and carried oil" several thus impaled, and in this accidental way the w inter home became stocked. In point of fjret, they are the most remarkable of all hiberna-tor- s. I witnessed some experiments with them in England, some years ago, that would lw hardly considered jjossi-bjA sleeping animal was suddenly decapitated and opened, when il was found that the heart was not affected, but continued to beat a long time, as if endowed with a second life. Auother animal was deprived of its brain, ami finally the entire spinal cord removed, without any effect being noticed, the animal In reality dyinjr a long time e. would say it ia worth its weight in gold as Servine cured me of epilepsy." The English hedgehog is a wonderful n cure for Catarrh. One bottle cured mo. ihibernator and curious tales are told B. A. Loveix, Franklin, Ta. nnts bwl toss, crows, cleared out by "Rough on rats, mice, (about their laying up food for the win-ItRats."lac They say dogs in case of their awakening ; but this will doubt that a can't reason, but no one do; tries to reach a withont Redding's Russia uSKi.1101 "? 'is a mistake, the error being caused by when he chases his tail. thewrdictot allwhousaiErricnttao. or con-elusi- "iVondeiful Hihbrnator. An oke nAvnro usod Ely's Cream Balm I .. &ow,0,r' Col.,M!ss IT.E.Wtlder, writes: .Inilnlgence g Wlictlicr harmless by using ovcr-catln- annatto, and inferior substances, the splendid record made by the Improved Butter Color, prepared by ells, Kichardson & Co., Burlington, Vt At scores of the best agricultural Fairs it Has receive the highest award over all competitors. V farmers 1'olly. lo0,t?,l'iirnl1rf nubere, even deainst th3 jail light of fact and discovery, to the foll 0 coloring butter with car-W- s, JACep i . -- i on iLit wards. elegant appetite and enjoyment by using tbctn before and removing all dullness, pains and distress afterwards, leaving tbo head clear, nerves steady, and all the feelings buoyant, elastic and more happy than before. The pleash-- g effecta of n Christian dr sumptuous dinner continuim? days alter imminent Testimony? N. T. "VVitnciiiuc. 13, isfO.i 11 1 find that in. additipn to ihcimrspirUs contained in their, coinjUIon,Uty.coni'un ii the extracts of Lops and other and highly approved medicinal roots,- - Ieayes ren-- di and tinctures iu quantities suiliclent-tr the artklowiiat Uhj nmkc'rVclaln ft to U. to wit, a medicinal preparation ffitfl ''not a Uerag unfit and un&afo to be used except as a medicine. 4 "From a careful analyskof their formula which was attesteil mder oallf-.I.'fi- nil tlmt in every wine-glam- f id oC flop Bitters, tlie active medicinal, nroiwrti(.fsIilc,froiii tlie distilled spirits arc ciuai to a fltil doso for an adult, which iaet,'m''my3niiHMmt subjects it to an Internal revenue tax as a medicinal bUter.-GitEEX B. ILvrif, U. S. Com. InfRev. :avm m SveU-lvim- ar.d.nxceo. or drinking aro mado lIopBittcrs.IredyyiPS Isaac C. CnArjiAX, Druggist, New-biirN. Y., wriMs us: 'I uie sold several gross of Dn.W11.LiAM Hall's Balsam for thb IiCNOS. I can say of it what I can not say of any other medicine. I havo never heard a customer speak of it but to praise it. 1 have it in aproat many cases of Whooping Couh, with tho happiest effect. I always have a bottle in the medietas closet ready for Mn. g, u-." ftsTsKs.i?'- - .4 ntpf$S SrSfcTHE GREAT 'i m r.lieumntUm QutrUly Cureil. Thcr lias never ben a tnedicmo f"f rheumatism Introduced in the United States that has given such universal satisfaction as Dursng's Rheumatic Remedy. It stands out aloue as the one creat rvimdv that act' tialiy cures this drrad disease It is taken Int rnally, and never has and never an fad to cure the wont case in the shortest time. It is sold by evwy druggist at sj. write for free pampl let It. K. forty-page t-HaLiuifxsn.--K,DruggutVahiiigtoii,D.- S?5f"ar SOT "(Vl3 SoMDjt-raanaUa&iue klllvlA tr25 KSLSEl H"rcr Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica a "h-Ac- a. Foelinj the Pulse. I r I 1 I -- ih's 1 1 ': . rid:culoT-nndjyscoUcdrMh- c - rot-irnin- d "it alut stii-m- Tdio health of animals as well as that of human beings mav often be guessed Jnurtml Farmers, as much as auy clak ofe at very shrewdly by simply feeling their pulse. In a horse, a good and strong mtui in me worm, ougni 10 Keep WK but quiet pulae beats forty times a min- books, anu nil wicni with aimc! mn-LutOjinan ox fifty to fifty-flvin sheep clipped artd uj man seventy or more Su-!- i zinc-- . loo!J' aio alwa4 Liuy mm pigs not and valuable for tlu puqose of rrkr-- than eighty for ordinary health. It may encc. thev aro uidisi enable to pea be felt wherever a large artery en a bone. In tlie horse it Is generally felt who desire to keep well in'nrmed gnrd to anv profe-siocienco tfen- - on the cord which crosses over the bone torprise, or to know tho tone of 11 Oilie of the lower jaw in front of its curved opiu on as to cm runt topics of thoig'it. position, or iu the bony ridge above the oo; and in cattle oerthe middle of the 1 vreni ruHTHti. first rib. In sheep it is, jicrhaps, easiest 1 ind out how atop i;oHh to plow: to place the hand on the left side, where tho oTl has onVichod and much Ih1ow it. Whoro the siifed the beating of the heart may be felt. A 20 rapid, hard and full pul-- e in stock is jioor, w th onh a fow inc'-eo points to inflammation and high fever; ground ton. tho result of deep a rapid, small and weak pulse also to ing would Ik to turn the p'or fever, but to fever accompanied by a On land of onlinary a crop of Indian corn will- gpw poor and weak state of the subject. A bott r w.th the cann- care ami maitire very slow pulse in stock will otton be if it In plowed o!il four or live iiijties found to indicate bra'n disease, while a vt than if plowed e got or ton ilifces jumping and irregular pulse shows something wrong with the heart. Lond,et. -- .V. J". Ilrtl'. steil'v. AIImmu m.-.tte- r fron-taper- s i, o, s-- n, 1 -- Ix-c- n dwt oKW'-jermos- s 11 t. tjp-no- ss - - 11 , down-trodde- n I 1 - rd Tliis mak ft splendid stipi cr i To one qitaof four stir ono quait of Mvert milk pud n half citfiil of ms'ti-- butter w,!h even full of salt and oue of uftr. Add half u.pful of cast. aud whciilho cake-- an or Ight, two egg. well aud let the mixture stand twegfv miouto, w Inn it is real to bake flit them on a tiiin spnl r cals l'ko griddl iaVi-- . Sprinkle pwde4Nl o.ic'i cao as you ake ft. u,'aruvi-v ii'o o 101111 n .ii'oo o r it ami roil 9 and scno ut onee. - lius uii FkL panoake-di-.l- Kinch don Uraphic. Hotels for Ladles. novel institution has bece introduced iu Holland l a speeial society formed for tho estaltiishment of hotels for ladies. Hy means of tin c u.stitu-tion- s ladies Msiung that country may find a comfortable "honn" fur the period of thoir sojourn in a "Ihii- - voor for women). These I'rouwen" tstablishmotits offer rooms for ail classes of the jioor. the middle-clas- s traveler, and the grand lady can be accomodated each according to her means. The apartments for the latter aro, though not luxuriously furnished, comfortably and conveniently arranged, and oven the smallest room, which is let at a von low rate, is distiuguisht d by model cleanliness. Tlie society has no aim besides that of proiding a homo for girls and women traveling in Holland: advantages aro not taken into con id ation, and no profits are derived lroin the enterprise Pall Mall A -(l'-ou- aiaa--poo- , lat 11 r I e -- I.e iks iipmi Ijr the I'ariu. t 1 -- iiK-Ce- 1 t-- en j d I -- t'-r- - out-mv- New-Yor- hr.yo- el - I "i siiiffle-breate- d tQ-- 1 - - it-e- lf -- 1 four-butto- 1 di'-fore- nt , de-ri- dj one-butt- five-butt- i- as-crt- 1 1 ! --... 1 11 ''t7"m; -- - ;'.o , Ll .X : lly-fro- nt sng-ccstiv- 1 loose-fittin- v t. os - a' r mo-tliu- d, single-breaste- d, h-- ro lf double-breaste- nox-elt- v , u-- o, r . e, is not hhv. minion to hear iHoje who make farming. r. rather, attentat to make fartniiiL' an o eupalioa. that fa m'i'g do not pay If uch last's are m it . ill ljt fomid that th" tronlile lies, not in a an ocetrphi ion. but irfllho farniv hiniscit Ii ac'st rn bad a pips I'lnptf-in- g into it Sltih'- nit.- of ten thoiisatf l.ane!- - per ear, and had tort) Mii!fft OazctU. p. pes dist barging at tie lah-o- t twclw 1' would he ttiou ami barrels per ai. We are old that there is no driving a reason.-tbli10 tlie t$ YVbvu the shepflock in Spain. b" lil ed as to hjok for on th of the wishes to remove his sheep, he f herd part of a nogiothil farmer. calls a tamo wether, accustomed to It is a:i oxceiliiigh dillioiilt matto to siec til in lilhng a issol with wxtej feed from his hands, and the favorite, if :t is in sii-- h a loudtion that the however distant, obeys his call, while the rest follow. the , liu.d n :nh rapidlv as H dogs, with large One or more of with collars armed , farniojf spikes, lie and is 111A11ia order to protect them from know-it ''lit. at l'n .line t mc, that e f.ir.uer, wlio-- c farm is sulv the wolves, precede the tloek. others je t to ''ontimnl and iiunierous leaks, skirt it on either pido, and some bring up the rear. If a sheep bo ill or lame, w mdeisw i bo can not succeed as well as bis noighb r or else coin-l:ii- or lag behind, unul.serwd by the shepherd, the dog stay with it and t'l.it larmmg does uot pay. it until some one returns iu search In the first place, commencing with beg lining of the ear, if a farmer of it. t'ie ta l to pPK-.iand prejiarc for use a A correspondent of tho London sii t ibie plant it of fuel ior tlie car, he Bltetrician gives the following as aa incan mark do a a leakage which remedy for toothache- With n obinie ju-- t iu rtoriion as stant piece of zinc and a bit of small siher I he is oblige to omit more important (any silver coin will do), the work to furnish a temporary supply. placed on one side of the aftiietcd zinc gum To be compelled to suspend planting, and the silver ou the other, by bringing hoeing, ha itig or harvesting to get a the edges together, tho small current of load of wiMi and chop it is a drawback electricity generated immediately and of nature: it is a a serious tlie toothache. leak in farming. Another leak painlessly stops is occasioned b want of care of J In tho stores of Paris glass an maJfe dur ug winter, with a view tho place of wood for flooring. is taking It costs of econom zing fodder. An animal more than wood, t'lat is not carne through the winter and, besides beingbut it lasts longer, easily kept clean, in go d condition will hardly more than allows enough light to be transmitted get up in good llesh before the approach through its roughened surface for the of. another waiter, and in the case of employ es to work by in the floor below. cows there is a groat loss in value and Tho glass is cast in squares aud set in quantity of milk, and in oxen in the strong iron frames. amount of labor that they are able to nerform, and in joiing stock in the No .Marin. stunted growth which comes from 'oor Mr. T. M. Caal, editor of the Corydon care. Su h a practice is a leak in farm(Ia.) little girl ing that is sometimes quite large. A .burnedlimes, writes that his stove. One her .ftpt 99 verely qn a case comes to mind in which the winter application of St. Jacobs OU. the great was commenced w th fourteen calves cured it completely, leaving and the spring found only seven alive. no marks. By two application ot St. It is a crioiis loa'v that w.lt allow o Oil he cured himself of a torturing calf to slip away The application of Jacobs the sidepaiii in manure mav be o injudicious that a large part of its viitue becomes unaMr. Onion has just failed out in Nevailable. That is a leak of the most braska; but it can not be soul that he has serious nati-ru.- . For instance, if a soil not a scont to his name. Chicago Herald. be sandy or gravelly, if manure is CATAniiH plowed in to any considerable depth, its years I was axd Hay Fkver. For twonty a sufferer virtue is curried by descending water 'head rnd throat in from Catarrh of the a vary aggravated eo deep into the earth as to be beyond form, and during tho smnmor with Hay the roach of ordinary crop-- . Ma'nure Fever. I procured a Iwtt'e of Ely's Cream forms a very important element iu tho "Balm anil after a fow applications received ono bottle. decided benefit was farmer s s ock in biis'nes-t- and its loss Havo had no return cured by complaint. of tho is equivalent to an extens've leakage. CnARLOTTE TAnKKR, Wevorly, N. "i. , Th pn per cultivation of cro, s is a matter that present lf Wnr nro very young dudes liko very verv forcibly to every intelligent farmer. All grow- newwhont? Both aro too green to'tbrash. Chicago Times. ing plants abstract from the so a certain amount of fertility; and so, if ArflLiCKMAN leaned ove.' tM area railcrops arc not projrly tended, the ferlag and silJnwtn BriJgut who was at tility is outireh thTJu reeled Wiafi it that moment engage in shifting nu ash goes to nourish "woods, to the detriment barrel, observed: ''Brldgitinydarl nt, tho of the cultivated crops, anil this forms loignt av vor oyes iiiaKos 1110 uawu 'Tftim's the very same loike darkness." another leakage in fanning. worrudsthat yer supaVrio", tho sargiiit, If crops a 0 not harvested at the sphoko to me. I stippouz it's a imrt av the proper time their value in cry much discipline av tiio fource." Ck'cago jYetw. deteriorated. Hay mav be allowed to " If you lay down" on a board will you stand until all the sfareh, sugar and not have a soft lied!" asked a jrkerof guni are convened into woody fibur his wife. To which she unhesitatingly rewhereby the same is not worth for feedplied: "Of course it will be soft if you put poses one-haing what it would lay doicrt on it." Sho was used to him. hive been if ent in season. This cause a serious leak both in the value of tho I O.ne would ruasoually suppiss that it u ould bo difficult to co'.fect a bill from a av and iu the ofl'ect upon animal? that loathor moi chant w'hduhe buys leather aud aro compelled to cat it. hides. The cutting up or haivcsting of corn Refusing a kimlnoss: "I say, o'd felmiybeso long do'aml as to almost low, vou can do mo a great kindness." wholly rum tne fo ider, whereby anotii "".Veil, what is it?" "I am fl.ty dollars er leak is occasioned. short this morning, and if you can load bio Large cunnrit'es of rofnso mrn- that amount you will place me under a Il'.ii, yes; lasting that would add inn h to the fertility of lasting obligation." a farm instead' of being accumulated ohlisatiou, quite likely. Good morning." ... ... U drill """ il . are anowcu lo go to W'lSte Philadelptda Call. and serve no good prirpose. lUL i Another kind of crazy epiilt is ono that another leak that has an important is too short at both ends. on success. While scattering a few crumbs for tho Again. roo fences aro this don't upon every farm, both for thnnecessity- BParrows out severe weather, tomatoforget n lot of old enns, to throw . I -- ...I !,.. ..f v.... mm .10 sure s anu cast-oi- l sliostar Hit poor " uine in hunt- ' ing for sztrayed animals. goat, whicli has as much right to bvo as Any cause that takes the farmer and the imported foathoc biped. XorrintOKii Htrata. his employes irom neccsssrv labor tho general result, upon the prin" c An EgypA sweet thing in pi- - that "iimo is money." tian inolnsses-jur.nltinie spent in search of estrays is so much " Yotr promised to havo iny new trouslabor or time for labor lost from le"iti-maers done u woek ngo," said t'.e exqulsito. farm work; it causes a leak. 2ow his tailor. "Ye3, I know-- it," if any farmers hnv; any leaks of tho youtn toreply; "but until you jwy your was the kind designated, let them commence old bill thoy still remain breeches of repairs at once, and a year's experience r.Jafl. under the new order of things will lxj " Wyoming man recently blew o it his A of inest;mnble value in encouraging to hraius bacnuse he had tho rheumatism. If H. leommts, in he thought that his, rheumatism was caused better things. Boston Globe fcy too much brains he must have been badly mistaken. Chicago Times. oti$-pla 11 fartf-1112- T com-racrci- "! - - . m - oeet sm-ec- s a-- - 1 ev-r- , self--.lin- do, -i do-fen- ds r - 111 1 1 pain-relieve- r, -- - m , it-c- 1 - ; lf 1 1 ka.-iwo-u- I . . 1 I 1 ,... .- nrf; ''- barrol-uoop- bric-a-bra- s. te prom-ise.-.- m P'iiai . nardenul Uvcr. Flro yonrs ago I brolcc down wjth kidney ami Hrcr complaint and rbetniiatisnt- :- Since Mien I lmo been unable to bo about ntjall. ily liver became hard like wood ; my Jluibs iwffed up and filled with watcr' AH n4 iu rks srfftOTBTfTBfc K i ar r ant late ui. ,wte best piosicijus agreed that notliing the tho vm u a ir k; MSBau could cure me. 1 rcsofveil to tryHIp'p'lllt-iers- ; n Tn','We resulte frrm usa (be CUJ2ATtOc I luve nscd seven bottles; XI'O l"pnl- cT1! hpecinc on a tancer. A youmr 15 -fcwltt's imparted nose has nil koiw from my Jivcr, thjj sirauln? man near h r- has been afflict d live years by a tonic from iny limbs, ana it ins worked almffcio with tho most angry looking eating cancer !'f Hoe tetter's in my ca-- ; otherwise I vouhriiavobccn Bi ma b liittoj. To I ever saw, ami was nearly dead. Tho first ait. lu parity awl now in bottle made a wonderful chanr, and after en t j ks a remedy five ltottlcs wore taten, ho is nearly or aa ireveatlreatdlt J. W. Moitsv, DiilTalq, Oct. 1'Sl. s , 'iuibvikI Ic Jt qaite well. It Is truly wonderful, ciiicks incipient ToTcrty and SulTcrins., il. P. Ckumlkv, il. D., Oglethorpe, Ga. riiet:maUwB asa ma "I lr.l jmio. ! suffti tras dragged down wllhdobt.povcrtrann' tift for yours, cajiscd hy agitk faiiulyand vis A JIODERX RKSURRECTIOX. ilfictorln-.'I wa" completely and o Hous-Inrtri' In U i r ins ajro. bv tlieiulvlc until illx piiy A Mlrtteln that Took l'lnco In Our MIUt tr.il lrratKifth- hi i iior in vommetMii tiHinHop Ilitten), . ah rni an I ii nc we ncie all cll. and none Unkiiun to tho l'nlllc lllo 5 ot thrrl 8T0MACM ccn a sick day iiico, and 1 wantto CC" fVfza and lu tm ot us ha DuUUU l'ull. .. 12 s itr .f say t .i I men. yru keep younfaml-Itc- 5 h 3BSSaB k JO Sale '! Ilniinate t i Hop Detroit Free Prest.) M S an 11K 'If ra b nt rally. one Co torjctr with oue!ItiUore for.ktss than ; I know it." . a us.t will One of the most remarkable occurrpnrcs A Woukinojun. ovw given to the public, which lex k j.laco here in our m!dt.t, bag Just com" to oar SOU TlVKiTY TEiKS. i knowledge and will undoubtedly aw aken Aa Itnpiortant Oplnlun by an Eminent Jiew as inueh surprise and attract as great at -York JurUt. tout ion as it has already in newspaper !rora JiVnoni, Clirnnle n' Htond s , raln ml lUirt (Tp ions Urik l.tuiz", A oorrospomlunt of tho Syracnsa (Xr Y.) circles. The fuels are, bra ily, as follow a: ron IlioUrn Mr. William A. CroniUe, a young man ii,,, ifei, uo ASK lion n z t,n Journal atoids his.pupor an intcrestiirg in , ,trlimry Or.in.. tkr l.litliejf". ' Xllmlilrr- turvit wth one ot tho Joadiuj; Justioes ot formerly residing atBirmn gham,a suburb . . SCOTT'S 1. orld Heof Detioit, aud now living nt 287 Michigan ""nni .siiorinr o. 13, th tiuprotn'i Court pf tho, Stato, ofJNew a ATenue in tlnsity, can lruttiiully nay tbat Yorl!,1fVrm which jve, quote: , he lias looked into the future world ami y t Qsin ai&vm0 ' Ye s. sir: I hare titn 'on tlib borfchr for s an - ic n keti 3.UHS tweiry returnod to this. A lepresenta'iv of ihis UOGO b and IurO nevhr'mUsed an MUUl paper lias in'erviewed him upon this im ppuiitiueut througit physical debilities. fTVltli Pliospliorna.i rtaut fculj rt and hi. expeuences are " In tTj prins of the year I mako it an A l'lcud, given to tho public lor ti e br.--t tune, llo llr!nn and crrc Tonic. hoube invariatlo rule to help nut lira If yanr ir l f aaul: t kiTji by Usui,; a Btamlard blood purifier, and to ii him lo "I bad been having most pecitliar sensa- ''IwGfn . M this I attribute my extraordinary vigor. J ... d. ru n , ,v.r m a. tions for a long wlii.e. My head felt dud ' years old." '. ' awl heavy; my eyesight dl-- not sen so Itaun-- i (Uj, Ho.' " ls xV- - StUTT.TI. 1M am n any seTontyphUosophor, as well as a Thi man is a clear as formerly; uiy appttite wan ui.cer- jut ist, T e early spring is nature'3 ''hbuse ta.n and I was uuaoouittatly t reil. It ARRH-Wsraaattic!Mmns" timo. Then the blood is full of tl.was an tft'oit to nn-an Uie long wintty. , Mature whrn applied !y tne yet I could not sleep at night. Mv mouth the flsfrer into tho uettb issittntice in this work, for if, tho gt nattasted btully, 1 had a tamt - punftoft on if not cmnplet', the system ii msi l'wfll lie alion in she pit of my tomafh ttiat f ol did WCRt&M lnbl.-atiai ks of pneumonia, chills nnd not fatisfy, wlale iny l.ai ds and f 'et f It M9A-&Ciicrp CQVH'J cWansini'the .,.. .i.l I?vtr. in ilnna, rheumatism, lirer and kid- . k .. , .,..,. I...1 1 w as nn ous and irrini f iittui iiiii cold and niT tn-- l blood dtsordeix, boaduches, boud i table, and lost ull rntl usiasin. At'iiiws wv'iuT -- data'iK-uand the debilitating otlecU . It it)ins ru .i my l.tadwojlds oin towhiil and irj lu art of simmer ueat. The use of a puro vegeER&y liiftumiiiatioii. proI had no enei gy, no palpitated preparation ia then tects the rscmbm '; o table, ambition, and 1 seemed inditfercnt ot t..e . w ot the nasal present and thoughtless foi the future. I i n'ldftion-H- i 'Ni, I should not liko my uamo to bo y syV KS tried to shake t'.a feeliug off and pursunde is. ..$ KS! colds.oouipk '.' us d publicly) but you mar say," aid the myself it was simply a cold or a little wz cvi: hrfl'sti.e s.n-- s R"il jurist, "that the- only- medibine I nae'is Dr. would not go. I was deter But it restores ttnto end David Keunctly's Favorite ItorritodjJ' f - ai z apiili-cmined u it to give up, ami s tune pissed r.iJrjtvo . Kinell. Alu ' . .1 Itondout, N. Y. a most orcollcnt pr&pnrn-tiot.. ors r 'ic-v ri w as getting wnt ;;. along and all the while I which 1 always warmly commend to UiA. Uiruk tcit'rt--nIt was ab- ut this time that 1 uotht-- 1 had ovorywliero." The nil )om. " to cvrt. my friends beu twenty years,in Favorite HAV-FEVE- R lie,un to bloat fearlully. My limbs weio use, ue, and Remedy has Acrocntile swollen so that by pressing my huge s fVrif? fiv r Prirpfiftrt ntia liv rnfiit or nt it jrt sfd that it i pleasant to tako.'cure upon tiiem ueep uejres-ioiiwoum lie druggiita. IiK;UicrslDruto'i tn.Owtgo.N.Y. in ninety er cent of caos, anjl can liarm made, ily face alo tcan to enlarge, and no one. Tt chalb'iijjes tho fullest compari se- - out continued to until I could scarcely kan as a prevontivo. ami curative. It is ABSOLUTELY CM my eyes. Oue of my fr.euds, describof purilv voetable, andean V( ing my appearance a' that time, said: oo - 1 with the utmost safoty by children I should liko THE BEST. is an animated somrthiuj, but ad a ts. We- d i n t woudor that i( has to know what.' In th.s condition 1 passed thi c rdi .1 inlorsc nent o. tLo bestpby-8i- " ieveial wteks ot the greatest aony. in and,tb''nnl-dc"Finally, one Satin da iiigh', the misery T inoi ly iu culminated. Nature c. uld enduienoniore. nlinli.tt 1) flrl--'.i- I Ktlfheinn nite Th I o the ttn!ZJ3?zs5&ZPZxi&SBmmaBLwmmBm MpwIdic Uurhliie ' I loco me irrational and aopaieutiyin.sensi-ble- . orlil. trill. ilIH- -minilC moi a' f 11 Cold sweat gathered ot tny lorei.ead; Heml for Il'ut" .1 .V u. my eyes btciiti1) glaz( d and my th.out 1. AireVCt.II 31 ' . lKrWH.s, YorK. hl zo or r.v I secjiutd j be iu another sp rattkrd. ii ml with other surroundings. I kin v 3 no hing of what occurred around ice, although I have since learned it w uncon"' " l FOP.' sidered as death by those who tood by. was to me a quiet state, and yet ouo of It KIDNEY DISEASES', great agony. I w as helpless, hopeless, aud Ijial-l- b T7: Incorpwra cd. LJVER COMPLAINTS, was my only companion. I jemem-tsj- r ' WJiSiSS'ii pain rrtt . lumiir. 1 lrr,, N rtifillu ft CONSTIPATION, PILES, hat w as beyond n.e, ut trying to se Z'ilSZZJ&3t vi t'K !! the mist before my evrs was too j.r at. 1 A orLoM'i'r. i. a ""' ir. n ft AND BLOOD DISEASES. triel to reason, Lut I had lo3t alt power. 1 1ST' r in on. cis. iiiomj)iiiMri i"'DK. r. U lOXl, Aurora, Kane Co.. 111. felt that it was death, and realized Low 1 terrible it was. At last the strain upon PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY. my mini gave way and all was a blank. a How long this continued I do not know, i' !! U tt por.BQ2CC6i9l reraeay but at lubt I realized the presence ot friends Sooth-We- st. Dr. P. C Xallon,J2osi&a,Vt. About I ever used " and ivcognixd my mother. I then thought iluJacy-Wcla aiwy rcliStit.'U f it was earth, but was not certain. I gradDr. B. Ii. Clark, So. Iero, VU' 010r.!i I'lab. Kns.iSOIdM vlcfj " r ' w Mc'o Arlzrna. rt, 1 fi rF "Xidner-Woually regained consciousness, however, and hascurtdmy ti ifo a2cr two Tear ia . , Kal 3 4aermc." Dr. C, 31. Sunnaerlln, Sun HiU, Qa. the pain lessened. I found that my friends frill Or.iTtn. Mh-'- nf ml tirataptfillsn. MinLa-itai e. M i. if rs ... TilUUSAMOrt Wf oaoco 4 had, during my unconsciousness, Leon givl laf .rnu'lua niaUt-IN tr os ing me a preparation I had never taken be- ap; halloa to . II. l SIM I I1T. C. i.m .'i it has cared TrVrre all else had alll.' Itla did, luilu.zrailon. A. T. K Y K. It., Toi'sitA. SrateiHcleat, CK1ITAIX I2f Ti. ACXIO',but fore, and the next day, und the influence ' 4 iarmleas in au cases. of this treatment, the blrattng began to III nrlt rlran.r. tka nil sod a nd StrenEtlcnaxdof. disappear and from that time on I steaoily crsana to tho cw Ure x1tc ELASTiG TRUSS I am as well as ever improved, until the body. The natural aotloa or taoiuaaoya betore in my life, I ave no traces of tho Una a Til Niftr. tfpmn' th restored. The liver ia.cliaaacd or alldlseaae, . i. cur hir. wli1! s!f and tha Bowels man rreil and' healthftillr. torrible aruto Bright's disease, which so MnlM grsENstsiew intf altlt'-iIn thia way tho worat diseases o eradicated nearly killed me, and all through the of the mii eif j fnja tha system. "a t'wh In instiuiuentality of Warner's Saf ral il tlie lp nrpsfpt back Intnu- - a rticz, ftoo uqctd ok dut, 6ou bt escccists. Cure, the renvdy that brought me to lifa If l.ln'8 Just as awtpn Cool with trip flngsr, fi after I was virtually in another world." t WrXTJ. RICIIAI:DsO.T JL CO.nurllnfftim TU " You have had i unusual exj erienee, Miftn anlarad.-x- nuiLen C. ' m hi ECCUESTOM .i. I Jlr. Crcmbie," said the wi iter who had rh.u. vit kj 63 Dearborn St., Chlcnzo, III. TRUSS CO., been breathlessly listening to the recital. "Yes, I thinic I have," was the reply, y S "and it has been a valuable lesson lonn I am certain, though, there are thousands n Iba h a s fkiC m AT t04lK1t of men ami women nt this very moment for ...wi jrm tm iuthIi tben rt IS UNFAILINQ cam so who nave tho same ailment watch caJciIharal tiu Jibca-- ' of 't. riLf i&V AKD lMAClIBLE neAr killing me, and they do rot know it. or! ALLIN'OS CKVESSollfp lpR-- t HIS,Immntniy - mse otutrs I believe kidney disease is the most decep- remvttr to euro tfce w.Tt aw ha ijaet?is crnnfo i tive trouble in the wor.d. It comw liko a oriPBfor a traatie anil a t!t ut r fci ai-has no certain sympEpileptic Fits; It cu'JJmh thief in the night. It Eimf !" aixl "tllcir yi toms, but 'wins to attack each one ditler-ontl- Dotlun Tor a trial,ILO l'XKJT. UJfWlSt.. SeiTTirk. Falling Spasms, It is quiet, treacherous, and all tho Sickness. Convul- dangerous. It is killing more people, more Einas, St. Vitus Dance, Alcohollsra, than any other ono complaint. If strr. I ltad tlie power I would warn tlie entire w.! fa'irHa5a-i- tt7rj"ja'&-j- yT.a a .. t . Opum Eating, Scrofula, arid all ' world against it and urge them to Kiwrtonsf!. Acrra.ncure Ni tcspensivp Tlire Nervous and Olood Diseases. it from the system boforo it is too late." p.tc!i.a Uood tor CMKJ mondi,' irratrnent In One of tho members of the firm of "Whitein ihe H ad. lla!Plii pzmesi. Ua itver.Ac frTo acrgTraci.,Lawrcrs,Ilttcrarjrcnf' Flltyceoli BT i l'r head & Mitchell, proprietors of the Merchants, Hankers, Ladles and all jiA.r.L.ii ivamn, .m Eccentric, raid a fraternal visit emplojcient caust 3 ferrous Prosto this cfHce yesterday, and in the courso tration, Irrcinilaritjcs cf the blood, stonjach, "Crombio's name was of conversation, Mr. Dowels or Kidncs, or who require ancrvo tonic,appetlzCrof6tlnuilant. Samaritanlferv mentioned. s9SUS " I knew about his sickness," said tho I bare a rKtlnr" ronuily t ir t."e ft'wc U.im. ir iti ine is invaluable. raiifV(Trii,!l'Tff''sl k ml aji ot Iopr Vxe thoutmJj ot CJuei of oditor, "nn I his- remarkable recovery. I haivLhi; tare been cnmL. tbf IrulPPil potroi?lir.iTfitli a 1 in type and announced in .trnt.-- r thit had his ob.tuarCTA : tfiprdclalm it the raost ' ortthliinceaM, to In tbo Eccentric that he could not livo until ivqnucrtul invigor-ainwas certainly a most anj sollerer. OiTeLxirpiv 151P1'mriaSt. . r Tort its next issue. It that ever rataln T A. BLOCUS, 2R. w onderf id case." nt a siukm;: f 6tem. Rev. A. R. Bartlett, formorly pastor of RUCRTo nAniCU t fv50 per bottle. Family Knll-llr.- c Church, at Bi lumgham.andnow tho M. E. ot IheDR.S A.RICHMOND Machine er r Invrntpd. Will knit a Mich., in res'ionse to a tele- aUKWiniM wllhJIKEI. anil TOE complete In twi n of Schoolcraft, MECICALCO.,So!ePro-- I CGOlJSFtOR.) t u Irnt.n. Itw'UalBOtaltacnat yaripty of tamy roplied: gram, U alwaya ready marWrt. nrietors.SL Joseph, Mo. " Mr. W. A. Crombie was a momber of for and itrt 15 tb Tivnmbly It.nlttln2 Sold by oil Pmgglsts. r (13) my congregation at the time of his sick- Slachlno Co., 16U Trcmont Street, Botton. Ms. ness. The prayers of the church were L0H3, ST0UTEK3UB3 4 C9, Chap, lll for him on two difforont occasions. "Anaksis"r1;,ru 1 was with him tho day he was reportod by an f fallible cure for XMIe. as dying, and consider Lis or hU physicians Ir SI from 1rugs-irecovery almost a miracle." aS'AIEhI.s r'e. Ait Box iUlb. person in a million over comes Not one MKcrs, Kw i'orSc so near death as did Mr. Crombie and then . j. DTVr-- VTXVXi EtTTIR men and women who aro recovor, hut the ot CaneeT with The fiprrlmte In ho fwfc ta r Iwraa (wiftbp-clti- o (H.fc.S would to srarrant ut la drifting toward tho same ond nro logion. M Uta 1 ji ( Klf tyliiB It will cere thli lAA I'ersoBS thatadlciot arc tnrttcd much drcadnl .acoarffC. "mMrrurki JV .UmMM To not tho slightest symptoms, to realtzo sArj. Mn, k ii k ar aaJ ii to- cvrrctpujd.vith u. so u wTaua hi u their significance and to moot them la time I had I UUere SItt"a Saclflc ha arrd tarllfe Jindmy AfTU I UlUDri UU ALmBMllU by the remedv which has been shown to lw tirtaalij- lost ueof tut. arms from thi- polonona cfltoi a f a Jarc cancer on most chlcient is a duty from which there "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." sutlerinl for twenty years rota which I mt can lie i.o escape. They are fortunato who t. s b. lias relieved tar hlaa (irccr J. aad tUs potwa THRESHERS, 1 will soon be well. do this; they arc on tho suro road to death S AV IibiloelorceUowof W. It. UOBISOS. DfjUbatfl. Ga. w ho negloct it. kills- - CntaBE3EwK--r,-- cats Two months ago my attention was called on For allf ) Writefor Frr- ramphtt nt it woman afflicted wli h caftcfr ot licr ikoulder at Don i Die In tho House. " Kous-- h on Hats." arul rricei to Tho Aaltnaa itTtJlorCo. , Mantflrid, Oluu .ea.t five Uwh s la clrromfer nci". ftticnvjnlarat. and 15c rats.mice.tlies.roaclics.bed-bugs- . dears out rati-nLady AgentsSSt'rSSt Hrtnf'th'i btaimdiiupply ot fewlftU Kvcilfle Xor Jir ES No tiriATii. or drastic cathartics aro found tiastatroflvelxililes. and tfw' nicer rmlrHy hralrd anj ooJ u 'if t:Uins Qarrn City up. only a rrry small scab remalnlpKaad her health It et In that peerless roicely, bamaritan Xervme. Skirl aixll'tockfni: Knpport-rpo lx 'perfectly Sample aaK ) rec Adiirol QnrrB k irthanrorftTryrrsnastt-smrij.'tUa. .arcd. -- iz J ,3tjrBastenlerCo.,Cinasaid.g Skinny Men. " AVells' Health Rcnewer" Treatise on Bleed asd 6k5al)l?M anapoJree. restores health and vigor, euros Dyspepsia. FOR 25 CENTS. ?8gS?v!S8 .THE SWIFT ErQFIC CO, Drcfr 9, AdMta, Ga. Walnut T,ear Ilnlr Iteatorer Fruit, i Ide- - Mean. Jtt Eon and Vei.c i VewYur omce,t5SWr3tfUT;Ht.6ihftadnhATl. ltl"" thlPI? In ttlt.r llltllMl tMll Is oatirely dilTerent from all others. It as clear as water,atid,as its name indicates, fur Agent. Addr ss Uox IIU, X.OVHL,L,I.M. is a perfect Vegetable Ilair Restorer. It ITjT VJTTED lien nnil "Women to start a new 'n an hour. will imuiediatelv freo the head from dan- - If u n.rs, eal j aa honrinaddraff, restore gray hair to its natural color. yo reddlm;:. oc to ' SJO aiinplf io fiartim- or worSc Inc. R1 lOc f.ir coianvace ana proiluce a new growtu wnore it nos on. o. FAX, Jlntland, Vermont. Joints, fallen off. It does not in any manner af2 S.de. Bactatftt.WKeA tfntrlri. 3 tTriT n'.r-itprtnapUT prorort au a .. fect the health, which Sulphur, Sugar of local or Amrriraii Pain la tho Chet, and U rolns and speedily cured by Load and titrate of Silver preparations t r UcreU and havo dono. It will change light or faded Finh .Mrect. Cincinnati, tiiriiiA.cinvfii the wiL t Plotter. Crap(!unded, aa It Is, of Ohio. hair in a few-- days to 6. beautiful glossy rard. Luil v ta of f t h Horw, Gncu, Ealams cjv1 IO 8 pedHT procnrd ; dlT'd ca e enm- - tha J stuantatlng, brown. Ak your drucgist for it. Each ExU3dJ.it Utodted tit ltt Kuadraccc plJa jUim Hone Claim made. nroas jfrastt-nt- r bottle Is warranted. JonN D. Park & tee. EiP"rlrnr- s jrars. Wrlwlorclrcntar. Kefir Hop itastrlrsarasrwJiJiuJaiiiJsms-Ks159 Pitt's Be Cincinnati, tn Sons. Wholesale Agents, Cincinnati, Ohio, ence. oriiTciortiw S cents oa. recti j.1 of'i and C. N. Crittento.v, In. Y. Jailed ,Tar.teA 80 tirt Ak-iaaa S25fl&KA' J AT ratnttftrnrM l smrfe FRKU "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are ni.ONBUX,JST?v:.iT, JtiCH. Haa tvA H l5ilC factnrers. CostonIaa t ir 'widely known as nn admirable remedy for iMrnTEUMrATBThfreand Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs and Tnroat VniinP troubles. Sold only in boxes. 25 cts. Clrcntortfrte. yALEKTlNEHBOS.. JioclTiae.WIj. Urex CBt.Vtl tooroe, ki breaUv soar stomath andSeta. Ltrgr Fills. It. II.1j1XT.H cured dlsfasacnred by Hawlgy's Stomach and Wells' " Hough on Corns." 15c. Ask for nPIUM""1 wltliout rain jrt awisi athomt Comploto, permanent cure. Corns, bunions. IL ffooujc.JLD Ataata.Qa. TVholcsa'e and retafj. Send for D. "Wlcs made AStONTIS mill IIt t ltl tor inree .irn. FAIR. rtnnrfaftrat C O. TI SUfe Slrejt. to order. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. Chicago. DCRHAM. MtrafiT LatlM. m acii count. loan. Warranted to cure any case of blind, bleedW ZIKCjI.KK Jt O.. l'hila'elFh-.- ' ing or itching piles. At druggists. fVizoe er 'Good laV lSt!ABent"Seo Klblra. fnr1 tno. rondo elltntf osrHne JBooka FOR LADIES USE. jffiSBJmiicl ortf.st fTMtl1ltlnaiMawsl pBantt, O. Stinging, irritation, nil Kidney and Blad Dr. g ssex Strut, Boston. MassSI. der Complaints.cured by "Buchu-Paiba.-" . Thf reftin YfvtaL rH 0wHtloa TiUor"yaira ot Pei" 3in.sqcara. ass'ted Colors, 50 VC .nixT' TVewJiotwi iu,uaiaa.B,o. SILK 3TF G CO., Chieopee, 2Ias. Dresscnttln Piso's Ccnn for Consumption does not ibsaajts. dry up a cough; it removes the cause. A. K. SOD e bnntons. etc. ?ead Qn For corns, for pox to j. b nowiiMo.tcta.l3T. I "cents Ilale'a Iloney of Ilorehound and Tar AorxitTUTQK Tnx7r WKirrrco to plcaae layjou aarr Uas advcrtlscmeait 1st Cures coughs and colds. Pike's toothache CIlDCCUREfoTEpntprjr.ritjorSpitmj.raiiToPoOB. Usla patxtr. 0UI1L Da. Kacs x Mio. Co., xsa Ulciorj itStXonIiJis . drorjs cure In one minnte. , 1 hcnl.w. .nm Sf Fro-- t Kite, 5 Otner BODILY PAINS and ACHES. nrwfcira. FUtj Cents 'Ui"oeLku ., tnnawttle Wf.ii, a.j ,2alhaiie.Ei.U.S.A. cixAnci.-t SoeceM4Uix.jGnj.u viM-ismI ..--I , Lnmhtt, ntttschp, Ileadsrhc, Toothach?, Tbroat, Ilnc, Nprnlns, ltrntsc. ' .J . health-lulstmul- - urbolt-sora- n-- i iuyrx , tmis, e-- i re-- ,t dv"i-ep-r - n - fr 1 . oiK-ji- - i 111 W, b -- . InO'-n.ilc- t ti-iil- t- - i.- m i - p-- ! Consll-tutlaiI- tllH. rt j ' iiilU v-- qk-n- 1 . er 1 . o 111 - ui'-rmn- 1 Cai impH--i'io4o- f all-goit- I . 7H M -- - iu-in- ! i ii, m l.ia-lau- a. CSsLrZ fc5- - - m - d E"X i, - m . t .' l-- o j c, W UhMlm m sewesY M -- u- -- a-- - , -r -- .1 " I jr. e-- t0 . THE SORE CURE I rW''f mFiSk'M riffSgzTTra? si. i WSi.W nL - 1 I tifo-f- l ! . i J'-- .' l , Free Information The a - I KMney-VTo4 rt rt t,l-fi-r- n rt Mlnoria-iJUi-Clia- an-- l ronil-n.frriaa!ei- v'v t 4- - Ka-n- to-da- y k.O. d JfJIiFr Qys-aaita-j r-- l won-den- ul l . u-i- l y - Vs. a, . a-- h:r-- l' inuu-in- s RSSPE I 1 IVHdMi - 111 tq mmmzzi&sj y mi i lw- -. Fr-- it-- i i i 1 sgpift reinr-ir- . Oh-- 'tll-s- . y. 1 AJdre-lD- R to-da- A ! Bir-min- -'- X-- mm UMPTI m t T t ma-!- . , whoso-nedesta- rv - trrtherwithaVAt-UAnUSTKEt'l- I - nt fSB kb, m-- - b.-- .rkf..-whlelittie- , DANCER tre-itra- ! (aa 1 iX K lit-. aawk act-- iav t A t m M . - EilPlSJE 1 - niTsj-sftn- - " - t 1 . ta'-l-- s t boIr-sattH- r lei-m- -l - Add-isi- SHARPtsiSs: f a ahs-eithe- r in.-ta-; ',i3; decp-sciic- d I S coll-e- J rarTV Q -- -- Men 15 " Y 11 oltoTpar-Uen.arJentrre- price-lis- t, $65 Ad-4'- ts - .WrtietOI-C.McisardyS:C- v.; t - FREE K-- m ehtltlaln-s?or- E. -- kf: C" " l y h f, s . WzxWf EZSJ c- - Ji " LOCAL NEWS. As n further answer to "tax pay-re- " 3 A SONG. Clinton wants a bank, and has why do not al! the mi nils in One day last week a well dress- FSTX sSh :iS3i a. .v .A ri 4 a ui 4 obtained a charter therefor. wpk tfvi 9 i lie sis Lccv XoMi on mm wen appearing young man ' iuu uuici auuuu al. iree SCMOOIS: To lit jarn (Mr.. 3fISI, I answer nrodndice nrevents new nrrived hi irif-hinnBBA7JD NEW FEATHER BEOS, I II IL t ! lwsksiiciiesi.s. nctnr. jotL.i Tiakn, Heir everything nur -- ize ami weight, ed at the Laclede Homa under ami here at the outset, let mo ??: i Kwfol tMn e& r" T. F. VYilbcrh & Co's. ,,iarR t,mt Prcud:c is more difll-- , It'a an atl cr1in, cnim tkrvock tlw ui ... :7wItil1. the name of "John F. Hill Lou-- 1 523ju 5&ir S5r &a ;&& Eri Mnny a mo wnitr rock. HUl, i ":- -rolls ao. Ufdr Umt, lAe ,i,jii t don, England," and was dulv as-- , cnI1 10 overcome than fact. M. Id jTf a jor door, jour with reason, fact Ah ! do I all h a to thif ona fact, signed to one of the best rooms 'son C!Ul ' or wake to the trow. He advrrtlir J hit store. v ir'atu ! ! arrayed against faet. and That anil I.an.tt wIimo clp iM wn nuh of Hint Tenllv frnnd l.nfni RJ.nrt-- ! " : if Ky.,!lv after takiur his rfmm' i,n sant th0. thinking, with warmth to nil, The people of Newport, iinnd Y touck harv burnt in effigy the four members .for. .one ofthe nrrmniVrnrs -Mr..wl" J",eItl to Us iutiumoes, but Tc mj froxcu iur i r.i unMtiUu to"" tL'jt. f5; ....., In ouet from that locality,' because they Holly Turner, and proceeded to wlieuprejud.ee attack prejudice, FoWdwlii the !. bret. Lnejr er ? fall, voted against the State appropria make a confidant of him in reearil. th? results hIiow )iov firmly "Kplt- - Byes, (WlMi.rtrto mlM, bat lb lrtj'ne!" tion to the Hood snfterers. of loto tot tohis rlliirsi condition TTo told ra,m 18 jomeu to Ins idols." It c.rt'-c"Wo haf o raarktvl cforn tlio procs on cve, lu our hocso. wisofjr smd by an ancient . Turner that ho waa from London, Dyorsburg refuses to extin may die, but a, " guish her $25 whisky saloons. England, that he was traveling in sakre that prejudicesor l. . ,lth. changed overcome, -i. United States, by the advice, nT TnriV navu n? And the Guzettt therefore remarks ' the .1 . ... P"11"' r- U'IMI l -I "v- J""" "A wwD--. i tt- - !l)Mrai iullinan.t hrir. Toi iniu Dill that houses are being emptied . ui puycjiuiaup, tor ins liealtu: ii .i --. v ..w in . Mm ! ni li.. an m mil. in - i i rnu .... w. .wt. , , v . j population decreasing, and Dyers iti in rtuiiiiTi.i. til W,.N..0 U iiii;lii 1IT1... , """ ity. and that ho felt the ! nremoni-- ' " u u. nai. tnere ,s IIf3-tion- s Llk Ktiam tk 1qiUuvau foil I. OCT dAT. eft.tf I ourg going from bad to worse. antwartng lata, in dlu0 free schools? There of an attack, and felt it his fc&gj iur every Till all tfc nipt air niU with tne luleTt-4f?,52 dutv to himself and to the propri- which, considering our heretofore famous low prices, means that you can 4fe tnlla class HEATING Fir STOVES. ctors of the hotel to inform thorn efluct," lamauswored.thatistrue, And it ch'.rdi hj raje hod broken, aV " buy jjoods from as, NO W, cheaper than they were evdr retailed in this at ott. t; t ton.i vniling ,.rfa- the fact ""t SIca11 causes produco terrible hawt J. W. CORMAN & CO. of. the facts, and :Uso of!..fmruiiia'oftects, an ounce of dynamite will So thethrill that auiJ ciinr, with ItnW""" . market before. hr wn imKrtBsftii f ?L We are offering Rare Bargains in iweet A resolution passed tho lower' suilicient to defray any expenses destroy the largest building in I latlraw echoua gone, in tie aili House oi ttio iventucty iK?gisla- - ' that might occur in havin" himself mcKman and perhaps sacrifice Tbe cold, cold rwt flht tiuar. sl btawjj1 fa'l, Lu-th . ,'Js, 0 ture last Friday appropriating properly cared for, and .'exhibited fifty lives, owing to its great Bird of rvJ, thj Koibiug note, oa tk ?." for tho immediate reliof of to i Tnmpr n Ur mil of er, and this power was hieutcd ti,riiT nuiu. ?e any persons in the State suffering strem. b x ttuUfS ITo Riiid i,.. hn jlftaircd u" intelligence, but in prcjndice! t timwuy "heart from the flood. This in addition to beWricd to tho nearest asy-- 1 ll,-'rwuemeWr? la an abscenco of kuol-- l Ad i.t bij afri,, vuifilw TaiaBva TBiaui io mo ?i),w previously appro lnm for treatment, and that if there wiget of truth or of intelligent e. 0ier the iaj- aalf(ta tojathar, to catch Jor KJ.O , j Now in the accepted time. Strike while tho iron is hot. This Grand wo aat y friend, or rather lei A prist ed. rsrrain ; was any diPiicultieB in sotting a lrJ "We must make room for J?r8 Cleaning Sle will only last for a short time. t,iy for you, and if you don't Oh ! how ran I list n!oni to th mug that a XV A JLnwycr's Oplnlott of Intrrcsl to. ill hg.il commitment to the asylum, ccntkwr Stock. Our Spring fair J.A.TaneJtEn.,a'e.linBatiorncTof that he should bo tarried at hw ; ko my aennmoii, pome in wim That old, Ihtmbrmit. Lucj doar. in Its rei. JJPS two W till, Very Respectfully, our revwed and improved iVinona, Minn , wnW 'Ai or minis it fur own expense, because bo kuow nw i lv Mm u a.M 1Mttd MTB three Yar, I ta"-- gret nieaa- - that iii a mouth or six weeks at a "tion," and let us discuss faota like tlin romplotfnoaii, ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. Mating I re.frl Dr. KiagV A ur.,indiRcovwj that Consumption, as tho wejj- 0ondu.ctcd asylum, hi would rational, intelligent aud rcponsi-l,e- - Tba it'jn that came with m, and that imOeafg' j l: . .. for Leaders and Maker of Low Prioes. . f. ble beings, and leave the arbitra- GroM not now tar psrploMHr'i nroatfc nrlurnC "" . j? bet rcmdj m--the world for Cxiugl and , uuHill J, rogtored many kiA.1Mft?i.Bftl. rtf Kentucky And tTat 1 gwtatltfjonr daffltT, Mnnm. wftta a kenxt also told of tnre &u it has ever felled to cuc 1.e int .foid N. R. Mr. Chess Smith will be found behind our counters ready to : of a tll wverecoidsl hare'w, nd invariably J ticaof his inaniiitv, auwjMgst oth-- ; wMch proudly otanUs tho Are 'in on his aumeroua friends and customen. 1 relUvwihepaio inihoclirst' ors, a disposition to hide anything Cor as somo say tho 36th) State in bread . Trial Bottles of this sure cure In th riill, coli raat of thai for al! j Voiu. ,ua i,0 ,i,rit be possessed illiteracy in this Kcpublic. QBsort-me- nt stand, & Eg are ' the luna Lwj dour. msJ T h This jirejntlioe in my opinion is Again wlr wioding tide, I T. of: and that he was insane on mat-- 1 by thj ..at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. Large size, . hr tby rash, grand!1 tors of religion. The neit day, to rouudod upon lguomnce, vanity, Ami Orierj In 7 "or rippto to fro, and m nrigbti JI.00. (ha ve'ut I a right suro, Hill was to'al supcrrt-- ' conceit, the pri:iiiiB Representativo Binford sends bo appeantuce, stark tirhzy, talk-- ! to coin a word as well as bhakes- - Of tbein thoamnd arrjw ' Klonou, that ttreani foBT the Low Who csal W nan. mnA .nl.M word that if tho flood sufferers in 'iuggliblv.iboutbo.ugi2.0OO years pear, though not as great, I live 0 tky ao rtrsplT blue, bow m jvjom and m bright can T he tbe vicinity of Hickman are need- old. of his poraoual acquaintance n more enlightened age, than - xox with m ? ing help that they are entitled to with certain of the Bible writers, e did) aud in that only. Its in Mj Lie? walk arnotnot nere, now LUi'i Uri(bt oa ifT 1 long to d with braait,. f:f.har Lucy of having lived i.t hpll for a ception is us iouows: .ur. ami And vhard the rit fall, that "JCT- - i fmts QXT'gaSSl' nuii ui 'jiwuuv, ii it luiici tuui thousand years' &c. "Some ofii Mrs. A. are people of education, Ym. b's?th thi- l.ruB UaTea, of th A.atniDBj .aTt&5S3F will apply for it. eaU-uumittoo J" :'l Al : il.'tjllllg, cials wore called in bit no one was of refinement, of noble and j llflviews, of a high, ebvatd ai:d And t!UJ' lorely- ro 4cr, m'T ngnln wlUgretM n fco felt sufficiently advis-ic- d Circuit court will convent', fo 5tSP my tpint mUj aitha. n4 Mf ' charactt r, Willi wi.-- a..l u- - acJ next Monday. Tho prevailing high . ed to commit him to an sj luro. A Dim weeRnK. .1 Y E tnrouiic to our frien,!. and the paMic general v, thM wehare Just "rewived siUUmicas ot :.ubjt .it,. i!i.'n.v made. y,tirv the bWsot. aegab havo tho wUM( ww M in itnm. waters will cut off a large portiou search of hi persmi-tik of &ii &ii Furniture, and f i lie trade of ttarttaa Korp.ns. of the conntv, and render it pv-- ' ami b aud behold, tliej'd watfh ;ors iir. aim Am. i, tut- mr.tu.uu-ceedingl- And I'll (o tomoet tb wbero no orrow'H Wtl.ic Li Iiuv Wenc "t.v all sty'w o;ifFurniture in plain 'icit fancj. Arte, a Suewiah can kUcw and line conto naar. inconvenient for others ' and big roll of greenbacks had ' coub, lacking refinement, and And rweet no ny roat, wtti. tait we jever Ik.3tOI wnoro no Mnvea mn. bney noax. to attend court. We apprehend disappoared, aud couUl not be. mauj times ot seeming irupnetyt IS HPot Trill be sold ibought fl.ot.nntWonpprmi.t t ntlw.r.;(li fnnufl Awh Hill ..... cash, ..... a.a.. cMi,l lrfittind dllJT tt . Ct t llCV rCwhy! OOltlUC, :S itlat-ca- !. Wit. Kr., Vvr. 30, 1870. K. r ; v. tj v L?, n ilji w.av v . v.A.tv ., j .Li. r p?feo, Hccaut. tho the fact of a light dockot , that tho 'hole and buried thia valuables; called, and m?e a rcf; low down, dnves j in term will be short. it ou tho river banbpbnt refuf:-- ; t' r has ;eatli, tlresst-- a fine a:.u IMncxiDF-viril..ll.irup, Lucy'e (barit- tower, m siikb iiaire, lus wile Mr. iur. ed to reveal the plawj.f IMIn.lmipt'i, at Greonnald, tbo nonM of Mr; Yvo prop to make our prion to srtit th spirit of tho tiaioj. You can rsat asurd An AMftivor '.Vanlctl. :il:ll ......v ..'J.. .. urhaviii'' the BunnoSfalj unforlu- - i Miri'ia .rlik;ti)K .in :li;ll;ni,iis . v... McUwkln aud hU wtfa. you need never !eav our honna to look for cheque good'. Wo propose to wll is w t Pan anr one lirinc us a case of Kidnev m. his hands. rtamMe UllOl to h!1 is dazxlin. anj retail Furaitu.'e store in lite "Purchase. or IJver Complaint thai Electric I.i'teM) ," Very respectfully, $ow Mr. and M rs. O, as etran- - A resolution providing for thj n o(Tart to affif did carrv - flu., I.I&KU W. ,lw.ll rtnt itfiwwll.pnKNi? ."Il x..... ...v. "v. . ,1. .y. .n...-vgors. move into the neighborhood, removal of the confederate deafi him to the HopkinRvflf Asylum. T. F. WiLBUEN & not. a thousand oi co already i ai'lKeacliiuffHoiikiusvUle, Dr. liod-- , which of the two, A. ..ml !J. arc from Muniordville, Kj., passed nrtllir fiiril ntil M lir. irv. it'. rooms in new Odd Fellows huibiioir. H, for both houses of the B&T.on mending Kiectrii ir'ii provo. j mj, th Supcrinteiuiit, hcssita- - their model! Of conrse it is lississiprf 3SEf"AII kiadu of Pfrmirin done en short notice, aad in a workmanlike otjlc. Alw elseGive us a call before Bright' Di'ca-e- , Diaite-- , Weak Bk. or tm until he be it aid i.s a truth, a large ma- - Legislature last week. loceiviu8" are, prepared tjivcnpixil induwrnenta as quick 0Hd Tbej - joiity of onr citiiOlis Iif. or look re fuld illVeAi' t0 qW where. . ptinfr the ldooil, r'gulate the bowlrt, and A Washington letter calls .,..,1 tho uLa- Ka..m.tl. Kverv l.v. The no.xt mornmgllunior car. actdlrectlTonthe dnaci p,rs. tentiou to tho fact that 4.he South nottlcsuaranewl. Fur ..tie at &0ca bottle ried IIul ill a carrmSTO OUt to tile leuititfs oi w eaiui, mu uupc ui o ern element which controlled Ly FORTUNE'S Dru Store Itodinan coguitiou in its favored cia.ss de- ciety in that city before Asylum, and iuducod-Dr- , the war- if VI$at itn Kn liiri urtinfiriitorv tb rCfl'.V- - termines the question. -- nii.i nia fact., few dare coming to the front again. and jet i7ff Wnu l;. odlmiu hi examin- deny, aud if vour humble writer One hundred and twenty thonfi- co'n-- ! "g IIiU found his pulsojfo be church will j roich to his old wurti to indicate how much thev land dollars have been snbseribefl natural and Itcaltliy, and y ' next Sunday and commenced plying questions to were like Apes, what indignation i for the nexx Exposition at Louis i il I S SI umi day night, e learn that thore ifi Qfimo iipnunnof ixf Ills rnsniniiiir Hill, aud Hill auswcreil.b.v talking! would arise, uud perhaps alight ville, and it looks liko it will proyjs " . o !.! I,., d eusuf. .,i. i i : a success. .!.., .u, ifi KANUFAGTUREBS OP Ins old change. lie is an earnest """ But to the point Mr. C. has chilmg served a 1,000 years in hell, faithful worker, and capable It takes between $2,000 and fr.r... lint Rmlinriu norsiStCtl in his dren that must attend school, and So.OOO .... i. r i bnry a Uiouv.uu.1.aumSiuui,uSi,u.l. .. ' 1.a Pts lin wifn to hvi-ft?aif public toexpense. Congresgincn tt licause tie the noDkittflvillo A'Mufcufii asked hai school the saail attend, ..ml &EZ2XiS3B9m'Z&2j S3 $$&M piy exorbitant bils the, meets bolu Mrs. A, and ii.ft'iU "1 The i:TSt!.YE in the world for Cut,1 him ' am rendered. iSfg l Bhu n, J'Vvci aa ivin L'Jcc , Mr n i.nwirtGir mi! interviews eaeii, ui subbtiiucc as cr J(ainl-t- - Ch.lhlaii.s Kor- - Tetter niappv-li ',M cj: i. : Mr. .leffrr.on Davia is. at Ids i . a h rn t. di'mi'iv follows. Mrs. A. CA', we hao a i- - jtiia. ti,;.. '.l.i-J- vv ysziTJ'. . x a. VW k ". sr?"U k t'orua. nd alt Still KiuvUtlwu ,ml jVr'iSrlnVMrr.'JA-&- . t ,.. iir i;raQ5HiuiT 4 "J good free tciiool here, myUioitte in MtastHaippi in exodtg, It ! uiuciuoi-priMnnjou- i 'ttTely cure Ptl's.or no rv ron iiwl n t ., - . Hill attcmntpu to vimrrtf thia tb- - cinhl rcn are ui ;9,tiffltvri making ly poor health: in faet, so poor i c'laranU-- .. tn civ norlt Mtikfa-tin- - nibwiiiii,!,.. 7 Prlo 25 cenu per reet question by extr.i;ffatit talk good progress, liko their teachers, that il is doubtful if he earrives or bioii box ForSalcatFOUTCXK?S Dm,; store. as to lis ajve &c.t hutijBodtnau and I am satisdadis Mrs. li, upon many months. JJfeL--JL n 'jrzs & came back direct to the. oint, and an iiiterrogatiott, esclaim8."l have l &&&Zi&--K&&Tho Democratic Legislature of tho marriage of Mr. Drew tcn VJC'.S5W.iiSi' ti k such a horror of a tree school, a Ohio has passed a civil rights bill, K sBnXf yKgg a?ff4 S2S2? Luton, of this county, and Miss sihked, you not a correspondent common school, whore all may at- giving the negroes priv'legea that uAro Cautio Joues, (daughter of the r.rr-jrdent here tend alike, plebiao, riffraff, Htul were taken away from them by tho late Wood M. Jones,) of Hickman of the special aSid is not such like to mix and aociuie mission, Supreme Court of the United county, occurred last week. Tins on this Atats with my children, I liko and pa- Stutes. name Jon. Mi:iP Glc and worthy couple have J popular At this thrust Hill, (or Bakm as tron' 3 a high school, the night -bnst nf friends who will ioin FOSin tho KenA it !.,.. n inn. iifn ui. .. :.. isiiiui; iiitmuiuuiiui., wo learn ... realty wasu-sa-.. , in. I ,berinuin? with a , a cauital II, it tuckybill is pending w . TflUI US lit .:i,: i ...1 Legislature which provides suipsuuored, ooscs ro niucn oeucr, ix bu..u - I for females twonty-onreplete with happiness and pros- - gamo was up, anavery years of L4II1S, and QBNT'S FTONISHIH&: B30DS, &c, ar.3candidly, j better, and then it is telling. the Doctor . , neritv I Whv hi PCS ItlP., T WOtlld ago to rote iu any city, county, ..-- ' , wxii Jii.i i,e.ii. woo a.....I ..iii, k.ii.w I ii.. IV.V'V i!ilVin TIT. Hn...n l.tA nnnilAII.- . q was sent, to tue vsjmin as a not think of suftenug my cliiUirou town or precinct on the local oplitiuo n.v; uuuuai.iiu ueu tionably done great damage to tho correspondent, and was attempt- - !to mix witli thote parvonues at tion question. PACKET COMPANY Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Doors, Sash, Blinds, farmers of this country. The land jUJrthe crazy rase to obtain ad- - the free school, if 1 were in your California has had a copious ia badly washed and cemented to- - mission and thereby 'the insido place Mrs. C, they will loose caste, rainfall, and dispatches say that a Glassware, Etc., Etc. gether aud water standing on faci8 R3 to ti,o inside majwgoment position ami life in society." The fnll average wheat crop is assured. - . wheat in low places has damaged 0f the Asylum. question was settled, and the high From all quarters come indications f7iVA5W 3 c i. iftgy1! it more or less. It is time to sow , Yo learn that tho proprietors school seeured Mrs. 08 children. that for another ye u-- at least tho eats and the time to break the 0r tho Lacledo were fully in the Now what are the facts. The woild is going to have more wheat HICKELUS", KY. Clinton Street. land for other crops will soon bo BOcret of Eakin's purposes and samo teacher that now teaches than it knows wl a to do with. (UNITED STATES HAIL.) And the j objects, but a great number about here, aud nothing done yet. the high school recently taught ' . . JOHN A. SCUDDER, Trosldcat, Hickman were clearly of tho be- - tho froe school, the samo pupils JOHN P. REISER, Superintendent. aetnanv,.rr.,:r. 1Jftf tlmtfi1Amn man THEO. C. ZEIGLER, 5ecy. and Treus, 1 1 'Trios to .... IC EUITOU. Olijoclioim to ills Way JBto llje A.y nun. n Mr. Editor: a .r. ..1 I"roSeIiJs. LUCY DEAR. m Pf ' I I K v m- H vy, i! 1 ft c"t -- . . til-- "'.. , ! invi-stitin- g YTIIING O-- DOWN , , M Wt-ib- ! j "s J , Ji'ffllnR'Erria. ---.c- -- ;- .I.c-t..- .. i - . ""misooncaue gst st -- -- - n th-.it- w' ; ., whlta-rolx- povr-$75,00- t SlQ'&kiag -- QfW, c i j I gn a I hita-robe- d edi-mo- re T ICOBMAST .f cfe e w fc i- - . Jf 'Vr"nl,h,,:tu,0,'ivait whiW-rano- nW of d "if br i li, i , ', A. their new bmlffiSrilielrrolt? and receiving the IaiJg,t - Made Prices? ! 2?StS?8 ad whitB-roba- so-- e, . d Irc e ., Xi ( m e !.-:!- - Fumi B.Tt'WS'Z QJB&J&gigtr v wUto-robo- ; 'n . A,s-d- &, . r- l. Q)m mq&& brought to Ilickmaii, which for strictly and and xery hare s - . iv- - ia I . -- -. f l 00. CHEAP FOB GASH. Ku, .q Si purchasing UK-surfac- e, Ocntractors and Builder of Houses. VT "''S Sun-10rml- uni-gregatio- u T, - J W. GORMAN & 03. W$3T KENTUCKY PIONEERS. HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. ua.K-,uut.q.u- .,.-an- I if 'ii.r:.;.. ! n t Ja MMBfiil&,;S SyMSi Bsalors I aKti Bw. ; d .... a n e n. WW '' ! siKiJ-- &S J&&Ptt:Zl j8, mm1 5i iS ywy? -.H-r- 'S;l -- 1 liaiu A -- 5 i r tiling, Soots, Bloes, and GpQ, Sfe2tSS2. entucii:y. :Hickmanv ju--y-ST-OOISlMi- I l... J ..... e trt-ra.ti- x.v -- -- NASHVILLB, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Florida 1 CfcaV fiTV-'-yrvrT- -: mj-n- wfrp.iiiTJoir f.. -- 4 tion atallment denortment At tho convention of Royal is this metamorphosis'! I anBWor Pannio Bell, deceased. Tho en- Tcmperanco recently tire policy is for $G00, and this is Templars of only in chango of terms and the first loss the Order has sub- - held in Louisville, Kyi, for tho names. tained in this community. Paying purpose of considering; tho or-Yonr free or common school onso promptly gives renewed con- - ganization of a Grand Council of ly cost you $1.14 per month, while li. T. of T. for tho State of Ky., your high school for its capital IT, fidonce in the Order. nearly all the councils of:the State The best appropriation the being represented, the meeting costs from 3, to$5, por month. ANON. State Legislature could make for was called, to order by the sufferers from the flood would r0Rie councilor, 0. K Porter, of bo a law requiring people to keep Buauilo, 2. Y. 3I..ltRKl, i their stock up in other words, a After much deliberation and In Fnltr.n county, on tie 19ih intiit. law. Tho greatest ex- discussion, by an almost, e Mr. Ahalom Korley awl Ms, a. t. it. to farmers in tlio overflowed mous vote, the organization of a Jones. districts is uio yearly cost of Grand Council was determined, At tho raideaee of Ua hrlile's nothfr, 14' building fences, and the delay to constitution and byjihvr. were in HKkmon.onThoraUy. the A h tns'ant. Carrv, oJ putting in their crop, alter tne adopted, and oflicerc elected for brRev. Mr. Pindar. Mr. Jt uciieva a. jreni. of Oira, in-- , ana overflows by the time consumed tho flrst.term, as follbwl j Hickmttt, K.V, in building their fences. Grand Councilor, C. nrrlilftff A uasurwa Tanc FHOccfseB ot a napiv I1clTOTHJS'Tha Tio?TvJm?r?rrTlT?i?Ifl.vrVr'Uoun. ar.d prosperous life attend ibe youn " did serious damage in flooded dis - Marra, J Vice Councilor,. Jno, coaple. Tltchr Itearta httvt been wedded LexingtotvKy. , farm , trictsofthis vicinity. Tho two m, since early ehUdhood, and true nch to the Grand Councilor, Bushart. heuse of Mr.IT. J. other through aliriiasinulon and changes. miles below town, was blown , Bingham, Lonisvnle,iKyr . uen May tlieir vdded life know no caret to dowa: also, one on tho Mitchum' ff tear ihcir now buoyant axpeotations. iv,, farm : also, a barn on tho Lauder uuuiovui,, Secrolary,C'Iovd B. Grand' dale place; tho houses on the KyJDTJET). damaged; esrpiaco considerably Grand Treasurer, Robt. n. Mrs. Osborne, daturhte? of Mr- Jes e porch of and also the Jones, of this oonutv, died, of malarial feold French homestead cap- Overstrcot, Lonisvillc. Ky. the Grand Herald, Chas. P. Allen, ver, onTuosday, the 19 ill instant. sized and floated on down toward ' Ky. On the gulf; and the dwelling of Mr. LouiRville,Doty. Herald, Wm. Gar- - congestthe 18th inttant. Mr. Tant Stowe, of Grand ivc chill. 7 U JUUDUA. VHO. w..f were ,i r .,U1 ...Cll .. 'V'mt. " T" These two deaths occurrod in wrecked. Wo learn there ' Gran Guard, ther similar losses on the Missou - Henry county Ky. Theo. Force, the overflowed district below Hickri side, and in the lower Kentucky Grand Sentinel, H. B. Searcy, man, and their remains wero ttl brought to Hickman, Wednesday, x, J """:vjj xno evening session was dovo in skiffs, for intcr&ient. To the tod to the conferring of Grand sorrowing relatives we oxtend sin- police. it I 7REHGTH te vigorously push a bu&'ness, strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor without physical pain. A!l this represents what Is wanted, in the often heard expression, "Oh! I wish I had the strength!" If you are broken down, have not energy, or fee! as If life was hardly worth living, you can be relieved and re- SOIflMSfl 'Take the N C. LIB of bosfa St. Lonia to Memphle, and a tri'wcekly lice from St. Louis to Viaku RUNS A T 2taT FIKST TO RETAIL I JMi burg. IBS ik jk IKa A & & A & St. The L. R'y. 00INQ SOUTH. Memphis boats pass Hickman ToM-slanights, Thursday nights .and Gaturdb nipht?. Vicksbury boala, Sunday, Wednesdays and Fridays. G01KQ ; ' NORtn. 6u-th- o - , j no-fenc- e -' vuuaui-pens- F AVOE.IT S! j?J S j stored to robusthealth andstrength by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT- - , TERS. which isa true tonic a medicine university recommended -for all wastinir diseases. eoi N. Frcnor.t St., Baltinort" During the war I vrcs in- Memphis beats pass Hickman ?2cd7 nighta, Friday nights and Sunday nihht. Vicksbnrg boats Mondays, Vr'odasMlaff, and Saturdays. Memphis boate Steamers City of tlcSr ena, Sle. Oeniviove and JchnB. Maodo. Yiekiburg boat? Steamers Otty of Providenec. Beilo of Memphis, Goid Ihjsr City of Cairo, City.of UroeavRJc Bad City of Vicksburj. AT "WHOLESALE TRICKS. Yon can depend upon finding any thing in my houeo that is kept in a fin-- t o?a FOHNITURE STORE. Gall -- i.st X! "aiiait. . -' jured in the stomach hy a piece of a shell, and have suffered A No. 1 BEDSTEAD A Tip Top PANSKL RED,. . 4IXVO J"LT Otltt -' C j-- Lr S3lQS 51.20 S1.75 " Of Address A.'iT Stevens, " ac onnearest Ticket Agent, 1 jl FP.1TZ. Pass. Agt., Daliaa, Tex., or W. 1.. UAMLUV, G.T. & T. A., Nashville, Tenn. UELLNER, T. Agt., Hickman. j PACKET COMPANY. r hi ii ii m I ia tlwiaaotli I two-stor- y - V T. -- L-- , t-- - imlebtcdto J- - Atnberg', Son acconat, are rwpectfully re hj ;aMted to call and settle All iiistailing "" ftArft pnnrlnlnnp.o.. n an exempllfl In this county, on Feb. 11th, at , cation of the secret work of th( the residence of hor parents, 3fiss Grand Council. J. AMDERG'S SONS. This order, Boval TAmnl.irs of Ida toieuge, agoa io years and Fa. 8, 1884. Temperance, was first orfranizedi 2 months In less than iIu-gshort years, '3 JSWSLEY, , in Feby., 1877, and now numbers 25,000 members, and has paid three members have been torn tcver an acuiai casn uonetits to its do - t trom tins minify circle by the icy Repaired by ' hand of death. Afflictions though over $850,000. j ceased members j Tho Council in Hickman is in a they seem severe are often seat most flourishinp: condition, and is ' iu mercy, tho esamnle of tbosft ,loing mUCH g0od h$l aa a tom-- ! called to thcir hcavenly home, TTTa new set of Tools and Mater- order aiid a benevo- - vitingthe living to a higher and """ "" lent institution. ; better lite fo. rZ r from it ever since. About four years ago it brought on paralysis, which kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors in the city said I could not Kve. I suffered fearfully from indigestion, and for over two years could net cat solid food and for a large portion of the time was unable to retain even liquid nourishment. I tried Brown's Iron Bitters and now after taking two bottles I am able to get up and go around and am ranidly improving. G. Decker. 0X0 MATTRESSES 90cr $1.26, $I0 and other sizes at same rates; FEATHER BEDS and PILLARS, 40c per pound. I am alto ngent for the Light running Diamond Sewing Machine. ANDT BAUM. JAMES 7. GAFF, N. B. I also have the finest line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever liroughl to OXOVINT BHIKKLH CONS MILLSR, Hickman. Customers politely ierved on nhort notice. I FEAR NO COMPETITION, AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR GRANITE STATE, Koepti the very Ixist makeflTof Boar, fresh BRIGHTNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. and cool, and polite and attentive clerka to T" EAVES EVERY SUNDAY and THUR5. Din'i forget the place, on the opposite corner from PlautBro'a. & Co., under the New serf e customers. j day, at G p. n., for Cairo, Loaisvillo ClTi" HALL- - Give me a call before buying elsewhere. ana umcinnaii, cgnneciiug ak uiucinnoi with Railroads and Steamers fer TIN SAFES, Gardner' perferated CHAIR SEATS, KlAUb, - !. , ,, . ,- HMtlMf M..wOJ a5 a., 50.50 S2 50 20 TIYOLI HALL. Jos. SOHM, -- Memphis, Cairo, Louisville and Steamers Frop'r. Cincinnati Respect . E3. 0L71. Or.SLXKTSlS.r New Grocery JixcfSJf wm cm, o - GOLDBESG. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is a complete and sura remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malariai Weakness snd all diseases requiring a true, reliable, tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life to the muscles and tone lic mmm& t si a ffll M ww IS.ni aa vw 3U mm CI Zl mm HIOSSSAN, THIS thorousthly ronovatwd. HBTT'ejOKY. 1 to the nerves. HOUSE IIA3 BEEJT RECENTLY NLA RGED, REFITTED, REFUSNISUED . P?ec m . i vatsh kept aud. altogether one of the bast appointed hotels in thi3 .section. U. 15. T5JRM33R, Pjrosa-ItAr- Convonont to river and railroad, and attentive E Nsribsra Feints, Wssiira Giving through tickets to all point? Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, Hew HICKMAN, KY. York, Washington City, Philadelphia aad Boston. East, North and VTestara tour ists will find La Hello River route safe, delightful and economical. Rates by tbia line cheaper than any other first class route. Moals and state" SEALER IM rooms free. Baggage chcckod throngb. lAPLSAD FANCY GfiOCaSIBS Bf" Passengers can rely on a splendid trip .by this line, as lho steataors aro all jJIy Stock is Ncvr and Fresh, and will tirst class, having teen expressly butis ?. be Bold at prices that will be esfor the neoomraodation cf pecially attractive to buyers. S? Each etoamer strriesa fall string R. W. LIGHTBUR B, band. 3Q General Freight aud Ticket Agent No 7 Monroe street, Mmpbie,Tean Chi-cag- Mm, d o, D. L. G0LDBEHG, passc-ngors- . ac td"o na&sts . 0 1 VH'JdB OZLLtSxill uiDi.y, SEPT.28, 1832. 1 Jij.V- - 1 .i .. JM n ?. ma tH RUIN OF THE RIVERS. x wmi ir hi n nn wiii. The Governor of Texas ceived a letter, or rnti.a :".-- of letters, threatenin'rin iho event ot on attempt to onfQrcot.io auu-ienc- c cutting ion. i water m tho ncierhhnrimn.tthat tle - i. enclosed ranches will bo poison- wim ,?f th0 ow and strangely fatal disease that has recently appoRied among the cattle Notwithstanding the great FLOOD is upon us, sweeping destruction in tho sections alluded to the let before it, ters nave created a great deal of cxcitemont among tho mi. ,m.. oinc of whom believo the poison- - riiiZ MW i. tSWJTSv. S K52S1 EX1 w. cbb. w, xii ... tiv.nii) i;uimnniin.i an w IHUPffl fff O IMJF! analysis of the water in the infected regions is to be made. urn I" "" ' I 1 ii -- T3S HCKHAH MUEIHE Te more then ouofofui.pfionul friends Mr. BeckTs Legislature vrill probably od that he will retife'from politics Thb his establish a branch penitentiary; at tho end of candidate for will not bo a mnlif80,atBfliiyvillc 1IF.CK TO KETlE' . iju jjm, jui'jlh A LECTURE TO Y0DNG MEN On Hie L.O ? liet. forced This being H!rmui"lTli . Iin.iliinUSea The Legislature will be or CO that the next the sii'oycrt. rj Uiiutun( ialiui! br N rmn iMMlii), nni F. E. CASE & CO. United States county 'wrlirarnl to Mrniik-- - p .rrjlly l' .iianV)ll..h. hold an extra cession Bomo to tor will hail from .. F,t.. JJii,tuln.l I'liTklml itiri.-ilr'Mlrij protract- TlII'.MlKSIKHll'ri Uy KullkUT J. l'i;i.EUKLI., M. V., rtayp, because' of the long south of tho Kentucky mer. llKSTKUCTIOV ON UitK.YT. MITSt) fight. "'orH-jvI'ailucah Journal.' " 1 Senatorial ril nniltur, in tiilt n4inirliti hw na pxii1ic rluly pruTm Net", Lines HoU, and H WcJe Tho description of the wreck llmt tlicaufulcoiiii"wiir of Not if Central KestucKy uu0 ?iiy V. O. P. BttECKiNBiut effortBallj n witltint iNUcnaa-- Hrk1 ufw of ri'hing Tackle ami SujijiHcf!, at abar-giposition. aud rum all along the Uluo river, wtd v .,.!-- .. . Lot. man who will accept Wllnaa, lniupti., r cr.liU; Groccrki and l"pinir- - Supplier ges ri MlHlirjr oat a Div1of turr nt owe MhIh hi1 lo"g Ufi from Wheeliugto Cairo, and along thR onlv man in iveuiuwj crallv. l.jr whirhrvrrj CcrT. nt BMlIrr hi. oratory, Wo do not complain"80 men all tho tributaries emptying into nlR Jo Blackburn in '"""Iltioii hmt I, majeure MmKlfliMi'lj,1 p. i. i KOCllO'ii. p au4nlillv. prvrra the Ohio, is Borrowing and heartfor Congress lililk li UU'U aB ? I3ST will be a candidate """Un IrrlT inll Inn t AafM4t of such splendid a Opposition to tho ccrtam aS rending. The ilood is now passing Ashland District. of TO Uln in tl C bufts lot iiiult-- eal, invl a fimr vnrjnp, ! mj in and Blackburn, ofi', and thousands of peoplo on cuim, or two iwtaBe ge or some that section who had ooinfortablo the proposod Exposition in Louls-Yill- o AJlrr Lyon Beck retires, Bredf H. BROIH S 8l OoyS next August has annenrod in are making a clean Swoop l,v offering, to tho Public any article in their tsiuH. CULV VMVf ELL MEDICAL C'V, THE Capt. Ws. J. Stoke, of condi-dat- e oiiifti- - r.inftmnKB Satesinan will homes are now homeless, their 1 1 Ann IiiiitiPiitc stotk of Goctrie of tU k!atjs -- t!i. V. Y. ; INnt UHlrc liux, several towus in Southern Ken- largo and well St.. STOCK of GOODS at the is . county, i an announced ...nltioami I.Kjtioifcof "JO ditiemit ku,doii W&wf """""- -b houses having been washed out this District. succeed him. The is education, in tho stream and carried down tucky and Tennessee recently-A- t Strtt't, for Congress in Ky., last week, the Trenton, FroXcssional Cards, convention, about tho climatcs tho river, and others find their R. BROWN He runs subject to no breeding, or whisk?, up.there, that houses topplod over, turned botto- merchants hold a meeting and Democratic resolutions protesting lms purchil a Iifand nr Mock of 3?AU men, and m-side but to the voice of the into kin- adopteda repetition up and twisted produces trulj jeat against OKDCEKIES. rwifcetiowrirt, Tk of the Expo B. P. O'DANIEL, M. D., ILYCignru, voters at the ballot-box- . u neoplo recoizU1 lhc f,ic1, dling wood. coii, &c, and opened on sition anu agreeing to boycott wiu- M. One-thiror more of tho city Louisville wholesale bring them to thefrnti aml havc HIS PROFESSIONAL merchants in CLINTON STE2ET, Th National DflSKingtou City OFFEilS to the citizens of Hickman nnd tho courage and $dity t0 stand of Cincinnati, embracing the streets caso tho enterprise ib carried out. the nicest hos.v; of the kind ll;t Lh tr mittpiO fix a timo for holding upon which arc the heaviest busiTiciniij. Itfu in Hickman, nnd at lwrr yrietA tkia Sonifm Kentucky ness aud largest manufacturing It is also reported that a4Biniilr that cannot fail to please the most strict - ilie ifational Democratic Conven- by them. Office Corner room in Laclede Houso. economist. meeting is t be held in Hopkins-vill- o ttviT offerwi Uiforo. ilC!MtUZTWir, 6fJ odlnit tl"s establishments havc been flooded, Please call and investigate for your selves. tion. In two months the Presi- membors and lea$s nite PiBiit Bros & Co Clinton Htrowk and in other places. and bitterly antag50 om0 n8 and thousands of houses destroydential fight will bo in n blare. Js.. jV. ed, and tens of thousands of peoThe great scheme of carrviog the pirants in tlieir?utuus5asm fy A 7TFf3 JUDGE UKCKNER 8ay8 that their blna Monies. These ple thrown out of employment human voice across the ocean by telPIIYSICAN AND SURb'EOH ah grrflcsuas xsv and manv of them ruined finan ephone, is now occupying thdtten-tio- n i though he was for Williams, ho is are facts, nnd fnntewhicri have ex cially. HICIMAN, KEMTDCKY and labors of electrioianaud is happy that tho result is the selec- isted for years, jfexriiiemborof J.VW AjUlllbVlMIJ im. uuDUiiyuuu Conjnjission'-Slercts- , PERS his rrofc8ional ScrTioa to tion of a man who favors river the has been less than at Cincinnati, sure to be vwrked outat'njLftraway be citizens of Ilioknian acd ricinity. period. ' i improvements audan'Vproprja-tior- i TO'aa'"uigOtSSficltigenoil itBtjitbuHkKSi-fearfitlr- v' nloiiff tho Ohio ana inose tvfcpeople H - j.uiu.'80 uv mcago norgnverse Tlic HICK HAN, KT., why valley 'for educational purposes. Frankfort piv the reason irsw abovo Cincinnati, and the with each other with thf, greatest fVS rjj?ry6a wQp. M$r:rf$l nJLaaioai aai rz&m i Kp t.lwjo oa hinJ, Fieia "We agree with him. u.W Southern Kmtu'cky never receiv- different rivers of that section case. The distance bottom this! rssxr! GROCERIES LIME. COIKKT. SALT. PLASTER SFRr recognition, and that running into the Ohio, almost withThey are suggesting Gen. Wil- ed proper Southern Kentucky out exception, have been over- country and Europe isscaqply grca- -j PLIES, ORA6 SEEDfi, CLOVER. &. AXB tor than between those vo cities wa3 "tat liams for Governor. Blackburn Will mftke liberal dTBt-- oa CottA flowed, and tho destruction of and the resistance througl'tlie water too many ".flamphoob" to the property incalculable. Corn. Ao., for k or dilfBooU Some of id said to be less difticuHfo overis tho hero of tho day, but even sent mo hi Legiriaturo." The Courier don't those towns wore completely floodsomo of his most enthusiastic folW. KNOKItR this; but simply suggests thai ed, boats running over the house- come than that through m air. CO., Ufrenrfea say HBNHY The old, KpitUr and always reliable" Hardware house of lowers are loud in their praiso of will furnish food for the editor tops of once happy homes, and hi 1 Luil'Hnc, Clinton cirpot, kurp in atora a it Caldwell's Higjj SooeL It turns out that Gofi Knott :mJ supply of FAMILY GROCKKIKS nnJ old Cerro Gordo and say they of many instances the peoplo fled to the Journal to think about. had nothing to do witlifallowing br.indt or LIQUOKS. Good he finest tho neighboring hills for protecwould bo glad to vote for him for tads and low prtcoi. THE FIFTH THAU will ocunmftaoe e cSieeViajsl! e?i.jae55") Mr. Willi Educational n:il. tion. Tho losses to tho towns and young Steclo, tho luunleror of Governor. Gip Welsh, a life prisoior in tho 5Eusic1a, Aug. STtSa, 3S5-The Willis bill, as it now stands, country abovo Cincinnati, will ag penitentiary, to'attcnd hamther'B Tobnecn Ijiw. appropriates $50,000,000 in sums gregate hundreds of millions of funeral. Gov. Knott iffhed no Has a splendid stock of the very beet makes of all kinds of Vt'Usoa &ntl continue nine rnonlbb. Hardware, 0. MOBGANFIELD, K'. Plcasclct of $10,000,000 annually tor five dollars. At Pomeroy Bend, on The tourvs of hlndy, !n addition to thr-ouorder, nor took any actifti what- which are offered at mo know if a farmer can twist aud years for educational purposes. tho Ohio, it is said, that 10,000 l'rimaty W,k, will IncluUo Kigbar ever in tho matt or. ATTORNEY AT LAW .Matlifui.itie, tho Natural Pcir.c,t4nssa,. sell 20 or 25 pounds of tobacco Mr. Willis is, howover, contempla- poople arc left destitute, and are . is Latin and Greek, Book ?wi4.." without violating tho law! A. W. M. ting the propriety of a change in now being supplied by the Gov- of tho prison, who thoaccountable Jiiji, Klucutiun aial VoocJ CoJttiiOk, for the safety of raBouers. ernment with food, &c. The same gavo HICKMAN, XY. m" Awcr. Ho can do so if the to- the form of the bill, making the the pernnsoion onbie own Turrtoi 7Ka moru. VsaESi' uriMKJ aa cs!Wj bacco is cf his own production. first year's appropriation $10,000,-000- , heartronding situation prevails at responsibility. Primoiy, S3 rs promptly rca.ll t 5TCOLLKCTIO3 Co u ricr Jo it rn a 1. tho second year's $0,000,000, hundreds of towus and neighborIntsriuei!ih, 4 SO Abstracts of titles aapeciultj. Cf. Advrwjccil. . . 5 60 An aged lady died in London and that tho vi-rI Some papers, among them, the and so on decreasing $1,000,000 hoods in that region. On the lowA 11 goodn guaranteed to lnvut the market in each year until the sum is ex- er Ohio from Cincinnati down to tho other day aud bequertfliod her 2T 1'ayabJu moctaly la AdtJtu. -- 23 Louisville Commercial, think tobacbe exactly as ripivcnttd. SLV"500t000,Vto the hausted, which plan, ho thinks, Cairo, in many places tho situation II. l CALDWELL, 1 ., , co sold in the twist, would be re- will give better satisfaction- - for a has been oquaily as distressing entire fortune, riw:PB Pope. For some years hie hue MA K Y CA ! JJW LL, garded as manufactured tobacco. variety of reasons. Tho sum so The towns of JefForconville, New been in vhe habit of eontubntin Hirkman, Ky., August S, 1S?55. Farmers should be careful, and appropriated is to be knowu as Albany, Derby, Romo, Concordia,- $20,000 annually to tho Tetor's Stcvonsport, Cloverport, Ilawos- pence fund." got properly advised on this point, the "School fund," and to bo pubW. DIECTELBRINK all tho frffh licly distributed to tho several ule, Cannelton, and every town Keep serve brer on lop.promptly aud if they wish to keep out of tho States according to the number from Louisville to Owensboro, customers The Illinois Supreme Court has ourleouly; clutches of tho Government of their respective population of wcro flooded. At Sbawncotown decided that contracts nude on The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. years old and upward who can- tho depth of water throughout Sunday are valid and biudig. ton to nume 11 rtUU. VS BQ AT08! The attention of builders ejeeinlly desired, as this hou.se will give speroubl to shew coerfs. not read and write, and shown by the town ranged from 15 to 40 foot X Itnld.Urnded I.le. unilora and sen, at tho suraer oi Trey Thore aro sixiy-ftv- e tho tenth, census. Each State deep and the enrront so swift that white and cial inducements. Correspondence solici ed. and Moscow Avenue. F.ut Hiskram, Ej A gentloman of this city was must, before receiving its share only expert oarsmen could stem thirty colored ehnrchoe in Louie-villKK5TCCKY. IIICKJIA.N, R- - B- - BHEVA11D. out in the country riding yester-'da- y of tho fund, have provided by law it. But little of this town will be with a toutl valuation of EEfBESB.XTlSO when he discovered a hat ly- for freo common school education left standing. At Uniontown tho $1,250,000. MERCHANT TAIL01, ing in the middle of the road; think- of its children of school age, ontiro town was under water to Si. SON.i S. ing he had found an articlo that without distinction of color. Five tho depth of several feet. Mount In Germany pnukuges would be of somo use to him, ho per cent, of tho fund may be used Vernon, Henderson, Evans- - are sent by mail, and fish b sent or alighted and took hold the tot) of for normal schools in each State, vine, are the only towns on tho in this way from the aeacoaat to Tennessee; Oapi, Nashville, it when he heard a muffled voice out none ot tue iuim tuns appro- Ohio left high and dry by tho groat tho inlcrior. in. O. OriESa S, oxclaim, '"leggo my hair." What priated is to be nscd for tho erec- flood. Abont ono-hal- f Padn-caof DEALERS are you doing down there, you tion of school buildings or forauy Senator Edmunds, as President that which never happenod rpetfoliy ancocscra t lbs pab will certainly dio, said our city other purpose than that of sus- beforo, has been navigable to of tho Senate, lms ordered & bon-quAZ.i:il za- jzz bio!d customer, litnt be eo to jz C e lie nnd .'vrr Oowsrill'g fund CZiuLan gent. I'rs skiffs and small sized boats. All of flowers to bo placed ou taining schools for eithor children o'nti, liiritiujn. 7 .y Oh, no I wont, my horse is un- or teachers. the front part of Metropolis was liis (lost every morning. And u ltu"tJ (c DRUGS, UEDICIMB, FAINS AND ihi. r'ibllo ic ' der mo, these roads have no bot-- . The bill would givo $3,250,000 to overflowed. A rULL. J.&fJZQf JSAXrLUS teCKMAN GARBLE W0EK ' lit. torn, I am still going down, but I Alabama; $1,000)000 Arkausas; Tho Government appropriated The Lei:islature lmaalr'JTr-Hunio- ii -Jinlf t million dollurH to tlio Ohio will no up next flprm'r, uiy horn a ?l,WO,VW to over of tllrtn- lEVStZ J31 3D IEL--SJStEZSfr 13S" will be all tho food I want until to Kentucky, aud the same biiiii river sufferers, and the States of; stituiional time, and not a single THE LEADISB tPAP8 QF THE then and besides that tho sheriff each to Louisiana andMi'ssissippi; Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, large general act ot lmportauQe lms D2ALZD IH CO X 1' O UN 1 DDl tSl and his deputies can not find me. $1,500,000 to Missouri, and the amounts, aud the past week sev- been passed. V&T Pk ESCX I T7 IO N3 CAKhtlx SOUTH. fimcit ng Green Timn. same to Now York ; $3,000,000 to eral relief boats have been plying Italian a.nd Amkricas Mahblk TIIU LARGEST CIRCULATION. The Accvptri Time. Say, reader, don't the condition North Carolina; $1,000,000 to Ohios that river carrying provisions. MOMUMK.XT2, T0M3 AKU OK AYS clothing, medicines, AUvcrJIsinjc simei Tillr Jonrnal. j Tli of tho roads of Fulton county this over $1,500,000 to Pennsylvania; destitute and suffering.&c, to tho "Do you over gamble!" she askto South CaroSTORES. nearly $3,000,000 wiutor, impress you with tho ne- lina ; 83,500,000 to Tennessee; two All tho river towns and farming ed, as they together, TTAVINO rsnelvod ft Sne lot of Amr- cessity of having a better road and a half millions to Texas ; three country, to say nothing of the held in his. He replied "No bnt JLjL c!k ub Imlian .Vrble, I am pre NASHVILLE, TfiXX. system.! nnrcd to all tUonlcrD. Call ami czaraia Tk I1X and half millions to Virginia ; a actual present losses, have receiv- if I wonted to now would be my 6nlf Bintltr of tfte tiXii-- Aahd ar vrork million and a quarter to Illinois, ed such a blow to prosperity as 1 rt)t in Jlmhpilte. ua thz only ysptr WELL, SAID. Ordora from the country prorr.pt! isiveit .Very ZJy. and a million to Indiaua, distribu- will perhaps never bo recovered. a beautiful hand." Tho cugage-meu- t raaytt is announced. The Cotjkibr's letter from ting the sum, of course, as indica Such a flood may not occur again Washington immediately after the ted above, through a period of for a hundred years, and yet ex"WGoSsly. perience flow the Widow Stewart IItcs. election of Mr. Carlisle, predicted seven or oicht years. None of cur again teaches that it may ocLOWER and LOWER. A splendid S pnge next year, aud tho next, paper brla States would get as inthofaco of contrary prophecies, the other million dollarSj though anu so on ior an years to come. "When I came pait Mrs. Steivaxt's mar-biAllkind8of Grocerit. bams, yides, &c. full of news. Latest dispnobe by AND mrmsion, nttho coraerof Thirty-fourtmuch as a np to honr of going io press, frua PATENT cbeap aa the cheapest. I will not be that Carlisle and Randall would Mississippi, West Virginia and Thousands of the best river farm- street nnd Fifth nvenuo, tho other night, i all parts of tie worli. JOHN WITTiXG. un.trsold. ers and business men of tho river I thought that no tomb could bo qnieter; harmonize the Democratic party Florida, would get nearly s Tue FAnu-.wfinta it for its weekly toTrns, arc discouraged, and will there ttTa but one npnrtmentlitup, to of N.istiTi'le home mnVkt and crop on the tariff issue. Well, tho othof a million each. , all appearances, aud in tho inoonliffht of ' reports, nnd pile: list for his products. seek more certain fields for their er day, in a speech beforo tho tho place a MEDICINES! Blucprrnss 1'rogreM. labors. Tho annual crop yield the orening sepulchcr,"seemed indeedto l,ttar ita "whitened Riven over f'AMILY fiaOCERY Tub .Yikrchant wanfa ibe eastern ad Randall club, in Philadelphia, Mr. N.T. Journal. quotntions of from theso great valleys, tho rich- ghouls anil private watchmen. Ono of loroign markela. Randall declarod: "2f over fear The good State of Kentucky is est lands in the world, can no the latter genus is on Bpecial duty overTuk Politician wants il for Its fall that we Democrats in Congress rapidly coming to tho front. She longer bo dopended upon, and night, and makes his rounds as a precauof proceedings of Congress and H. O. tion against fira or Tennessee Legislature, nnd poltiJc.il aeva are seriously div'ded; we know has giveu us tho Speaker of the thorein must prove a great Ioes to oVlrwlr n yn 4ill a1t roblwrs, from 0 AVIS' OLD STA.m) nnd editorials. mkfnr. Qish how to unite whoa tho time comes. House of Representatives and a the whole country. Stowart clied, tho Tue Wire wjints it for its bousebold wherein TOILET hRHCLES All kinds of The Mississippi from Cairo un long lino of statesmen who are "Wo may appear to bo discordant, fashion articles, society gossip last has and' deep mark has behaved itself very respecta- - ho breathed hisprelemng been nnoceu- making a broad and miscellaneous reading. pjeu, uio witiow to ciuni) one STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES but in tho end we will all como out upon American statesmanship. bly, leaving the work of desola iliglit of stairs rather tlmu sleep in a &c.. &e., &c. C-'t'&c &c &c Tur Cuildrkm want it for its short ato, ries and sketches and general Informain ono solid mass, like gold out of The versatile Wattcraon covert tion to tho Ohio, aud cotributing room full of such mournful associations. usually kept la house, at bu" tion, furnishing n liberal education. tho whole continent. Thoronewn-e- d only a small quota to the flood She resides alono, attended only by serthe crucible." torn prices. EvxRTnoDT wanta il because there Io vants, aud everytliing goes up to tho any hour, day or night. night bell after 10 o'clock rSyi'ricnptions filled at Beck is the terror of tho Sen- - from Cairo down. no better paper and no cheaper paper la third stiry, whore lior room now is. On r. mTF.Ais, It is amusiug to note tho influ- fate. Joe Blackburn, thrown n F2fCY CANDIES, AT HICKMAN. the south, and it can eel to toii m.tv. the secoud floor thcro ia only one bedshadow as long and broad as the ence of tho Courier-Journon tho PHKI.1S with the litest news than any other pa- MINCEil:.AATt The flood in tho Mississippi at room that in which tho morcljantpriuco press of the State. This is espe- Rocky Mountains. The Kentucky mcKinan u., .. u3i ojuee is in icnneseee. died tho rest of tho apartments consistCXi.NBB.tMBJ, JlOl'INl, oUJ'Jt Southern mis year, lacks ,JIn. SMrrn, you sain you omcmiea Kentucky, Alabama or Georgia. cially to be 6een in tho present maidens, too, are taking the lead- of being as high as last o inches ing of ah'brary ami living rooms. Mrs. "Dibiivvat is a great rcadrr, isn't in tho pulpit Did you menu that you year, TERMS:"' discussion of the distribution of a ership among all their fair sisters nothing like as destructive. and Stewart haa discarded niouniing hnbili-meu- ho?" askod Jouom, tho unoophwticatid. 1SU 3C TLT 3L m? Uaily Aaencan, 1 altogetlier, although she is eighty " Novt-- l:mrl tint ho whs. Why do procched'," "No, sir, I held the light to part of tho National surplus to of tho Union. A few evenings fanning peoplo were hotter Theyeir . . . $12 00 man thit did preaclu" "Ah! tho the nre" " goes Eicoplffanday 10 SO the State in aid of common school ago ono of tho bounding daugh- pared for it, and so far wo hear of years ofinage, and velvet to clinnor jwrties- you auk?" Smith replied. " Why, at tho court understood you differently. It 1 year . . . attired garnet and w earing din- racea, the other day, while tho rct of ua supposed that the discoursn camo di 100 ters of the Bin egrass region heard the loss of no corn, no education. Danville Advocate. Coflccs Soap. &c. Weekly " " 6raonth8 . . 0 76 horses, and monils tllff floolinl m 41. ot o lllif an 1,1 were onjoying tho sport, ho talked of rectly from you." " No, sir; I only throw Rgar, that an tmgallant masculino biped no " oIjcTHc lights nothing Our contemporary is a little rash had cruelly slandered 3moiha . . 0 40 Oh 1" cattle, anu up to this writing the other evening that no but bis books." JWil! not be undersold. light upon it" hor. Taking An cilra copy sent free with every elab where Ujo Will pay full price for Butter, Egf b, &o in its conclusions. Tho majority down her Btout hickorv "ILvmjia," said a little girl, "as peocomparatively uuiouamago to any are ueeuctfHer diamond widow Ktawart w of ten subscribers. Address. stick nho houses. Hundreds of the fann- present soluiiro ple get old does their hair grow quarrelof tho papers are in sought him out in the scenes carats fine, but some?" "Why no, iny cluld! What THE AMERICAN, of ers have quit their homes and iu:e not only twenty-tw- o L. R ANDLE aro remarkable from tho fact of their favor of Federal aid, and are not his revelry and taught him a les- moved to Hickman, Nashville, Teaa. ever put snob a notion in your head?" Colnmbus, THE BARTER GROCliRY- moved from their position by the son which his aciing limbs will and the neighboring hills. The K'ing without flaw; thay aro literally "I thnht it must Ihj w, ina, because I "gems of purest ray serene." Mrs. ATTORNEY Ar LAY not soon forget. Bhegrass stand of tho Couritr-Jouruafences, of course, havc been swept Stewart has also , prided herself ou l?r heard tl.atold people's hair is constantly Most full lug unit" rule 1 lT" : J' 3L wNTGOMEKT, aniicun-J-Tice- g clean, for miles and miles. On iiguro, which isuideed very youtlififl of tho Kentucky editors are indeto his friends rhi) ibe publi. ibat Tub New York Times asks: "Can Ctolleetor, Real Estate Agenl aud well proportioned, aud now she Tuesday the high winds and storm The C'au.no or Floods. pendent thinkers and have a way looks younger than ovcrbecanse of wear- women enj'y a heaven deprived of played ll Kinds if Familt OlnrriiM lii I In Tliat deiends. If now styles of "speaking out in meeting" that Numerous theories are being ces, andhavoc with remaining fen- ing a ctiilTure iaado in one piece by a "HI sell .19 low us the lowest. He i Jta-u- y HICKMAN, KY. toppled over several hou- skillful manufacturer of ngs, who has liouni'ts make Uieir apjiaranco ovcry advanced as to the .cause of tho l all limes to exchange Groeeri is not to be mistaken. Tho charge floods of last year wiek. women will feel at aud this- year. sesone in West Hickman, and ntndiad tho most becoming to the peren- .f'lT y without a marriage manage :oback. tQT Will attond prorsptly to all bus. ca?h prices for lbntr, Epftn, Cluckfi ,'or to tlijir nial Cr.raeli:i. Mrs. Stewart ia avcrjan Kri of tho Advocate is rank treason They are all more or less Scientific two that we hear of on farms .v'i.rr.j''jimi Herald. ne8s ontruetcd him in Southwestern yy .iiiu oi raarinnif; inai me taming of much gocthxiw of town. hut dif has Ktntuc'-yanand in behalf of tho brethren we ana problematical in their characNorth western TennesBcr i"u3 rasj crmg in. Jfce Iitgbeyt n cr d cortain wenknes&o-- iu respect - drssBiug Knri'P. the cannon maker, soys h LATEST KITES. "call it to taw." Elizabeth Tok ter. Tho most reasonablo cause moro youthfully thau a person should at never had the least succer-- s m ni 'busi ' Spccialattcntiou given to the investigt kt price alwnys jid. I ihrough Trunk Line J. M. .MONTGOMERY UIO. that can bo given is that based Yesterday at 12 M., tho rivor Iier time of life. However, sho is mis- ness uuril ho begun to drink Ihht and i6ti of Land titles, and tho Newt. ea e or neat Estate. r wuuw upon the large fall of snow and lacked only 5 inches of being up tress of her own actions. I raw her I g sctrou r rcc j'rea. licvx may saioice. along on Judge Hilton's nnn at not hurt him, if ho indulges moderately; ve" a wffieiont quantity to tho rise of 1SS3, and was still Congressman Turner, for sev- baratega last summer. They had leen but we should think that to drink sinoko U1 aniim rcsnlt eral sessions, haB offered an! ers. uirlearned mar, is. bier riv rising slowly. The indications are dmmg with a party, iucludmg Jfo. woullbo pretty hanlon tho constitution. S ale and Livery Stable. A in Pittslmr.r that It will reach 18S3 amendment to the Rules which has reached this important and scarcely probable that mark, but Stewart's niece. Ma. Smith, 5 Lomr son of A tho i.EEPS all hinds cf staple and farcy it will trn Island, at the VTmCt Hjtd, and wro other day stood watching a famOybaby his seems sound. Under tho present novel conclusion in a column arti- - much if any over it. The latost lrother, who was making & rule all bills are referred to com- - ClO. 1110 CCneral imnrosinii is advised opinion is that tho river In. bteirart liad already n.linqnL.l,od over having his face washed. a great noiso G Tho ciihj aud bombazir.e for flonnet--. awl fellow nt length lost Ins patience, littlo (leal t0 do will come to a stand abont SaturJ38 a 6 mitteesand it is opUonarj with !5 ! and .aaJ Confectioneries. Will be pleased to KENTUCKY STREET, day, and commence falling slowly Mhite flowers and other insiwim Cf Htainj'ir:' his liuy foot, s.iid, "You think .tee his old customers, and will both ami did not appea'r nlfewtiier the committees wliother Congress tuit WriSgtogcaBiiBtft $5584 hav lots of trouble, but you don't Sunday or Monday. Tho fall will lucoiulable. She is very you Ihem in price and Call ar d 1 eo tffittoM nnk .tame victim. ever gets to vote on them. This know iui thing about it Wait till you're-biconstantly on hand for bin at. "Quick dalesquality. Kw.-.-ll likelv bo slow the whole of next but otherwise e and Pr fits SHDfrfEST AND C1HCKP9T tyiMl-- r likou and gale caoURh to get a lickiu' and then cn t be undersold places great power in Chairmen of man cf four scorn rww I B. week. . u. r fjantf 7.--- . .T perse.cutc(1 i. ; vou'll see. won't he, mamma?" Pu jiiun, aaa Hnafcoldt ft t HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. She told a friend the other day s gradually lk Tnpnw zw trvTs Yjeizzw tbat her rp:. ev-. , r.. late bus hand's " , ciuUmmg au obstacles through HaTing purchased the stable, horse . had xiioicuuocuii'js meut gives each member powor the beauties of legal technicalities, s ill i.t work and oi Texas aro found the impnwAm to thonever eo and entire outfit of Y. B. Pluraraer are destroying contrarv, As impromptu of Dnmas, fils: Thhj propose to continue the business, and .sH. A. & R. T. Tyler to call up a bill aftor it has beon:r Jaines will soon be in a posi-i- n fences by the wholesale. The notwithstanding. Xna York Cnrr'c Doctor sjtoiulcnco of the PiUtbuiy Telegraph- - writer ilines with iroKnlllncGistal, one of I nlt.;i . .. .., A !,,. nnldnn'tAO "a Title, nd ba ca ntin tho bauds of a Cominittao forir1011,10110 the Stat of Missouri name of several lespecablo citito priarfpd "- - V"V . nF "" I ""!" WORTHERU AHD EASTERN QTIEI. nor .no nost DCRgea 1U3 guost to houor J zens aro implicated and have been 30 days and thereby get tho voice Xa-ro- , his ilburr. with noinctliinit iniuromntu. ' noi'fied 'O leave under TnK wife of General Garfield, of Congress on his bill, His ' which oftener And In. wroto under tlio oyes of the docTHRUByTRAIK8 DAILY of ni.penaity oi ieatii. jjoth sides aro tbl line, rtiktag tor, who followed tho writing word by 25cts Lower than plans ox bis r. lllf1Cn amendment was voted down, on to freedom than it does to prison, ask:ng for anus and ammunition. tow the Zr ... : n.nll ' Since thnt tho Doctor Gistal, SClEOOirazCTIOaS AUD QTJIOEEBt nss ii to shyness? wj, ho word: enti.o families, we have demolished I have no olerls express the Lowest 4'.i ' KMAW; KENTUCKY, the ground that it would make J?1 s",n1 aspects Judge Lynches emmttt mm treats look that is a kin no store rent S3uSS and pay cash for all ray Groceries, and. hospitaL 'l,, mucn to commend lt- Tlio doctor, en- preferred business of sn mnnv ni,i v',. . Governor of Iowa in bis opiosite to that manner which -- "ii ur un . uio . therefore can sell as cheap as b here 10 iaw "'nvimuu in people. f Lou- - message to tho Legislature recom- m4 r.4ffnv.:An r.. u liTOWU. ,xn ctt chai"el while cnedout, "OhI you flat eat. Best brands of Wittenberjr the cheap ATTEND TO ALL BUFINEES taiGBAHTS - D1"i ten---the poot added: "And wwVfc Commercial?--you womu naidly nnd Iicr in Lon oeoire srcctal low mends female suffrage. at jmtKitf two cemetories.' star Pbour, 25 cents cheater tlmnnnd law WiluMHlBt to 0eir care. . Mm ma.... iLf- - M all, but rather at a fireside. the Office mot,v roates Z viZ uz X v. ytrnnT tor n Block. St. iMriLTir rr jolty WITTING. ") - w n l i. ijl M. v8,'78 .T"tevllto.Ky,l acr. IinjH.t-ury- , cc lrtcw Desolation Aloxtj the Ohio. Town CJities,nnl Country ! ttt DEPOT FOR -- predict in Ruins. JEillions oi" Property "l f V Lecture or. flic Kiulicnl rviuiiiciil ..r iiu, if'nlnr.l . u- dayyfXJ.t:x!a-7 n fn-- nr :, ,-.- ..i. r & OT h,vn y A TTi mm BmUm. m y U$ T il r-d ri !clf-Abf- 1 i n. l, M-.a- t ji-l-l- y r ail-l- ADDITION lf J. - J. d fr m-C- TT DR. 0i; F.RIS. Bunduranl Drewrg tou-ilB'a- ll fk rf, -- LIQUORS. i KusMetto 9 ibb gb Thot-Wnrde- T3 ICTii y jut-tiDc- .... ... Kw-piag- BEERSALOON H. F, FBTHB, jxnxs UOGE, ofil-cial- s. Family Groceries. o, 10-pou- a-n- THE OLD RELIABLE OilAS. d. OOLCOMBIi L S..S.HBA h, 1 et jas s: rx r,-uu,oo- two-tliirr- ts -- r 'JS-fS- ' her-han- d J. W. COWGILL. DEALEK THE AMEBICAN. n It! Wc-.tlua- i. DITTOS, o h three-quarter- feB V3 'HjPJi mW&W& mh&, Ii busses Daily and ule-gra- ph ro-Tie-ita FAINTS JUDGE, ss bed-chamb- er J &SM&r first-cla- - al ;i ts r Kir-rin- out-and-o- ut 0. l. tuo-ontino- nt wed-dingb- ?" - -- Do-lo- w lu-ar- t, t-- nurr-hnz- trii-la- iq XW.EOGEKS, D Paris rs Parker, -- ! EOCEETES, : 77-EE- aecdw-alltU- s. ..,..! 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