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THE HICKMAN m AUxvirLJlA. vw itw' J$ m Fine Job Printing executed " With Neatness and Dispatch..- "i . Tf M iALB BILLS, ErrVELOPES, :i jr b LSTTEK-HEADSS. fi J - iBII.IC-IIB'.A.ID- GEORGE WARREN. Edito r. Tlio Oldest IS'cAVSptipoi 1 . nWSti IJS? lru Kentucky. " SSSii 1SH - IJST'TTCTA.TIOISrS, Price of Subscription, $2. am rjLA'jf.i.v yiAz A ESTABLISHED I860. ""Good afternoon. Mis-- Cnrnolm Mrs. Rashleigh," she said, with a HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, F WAY. EEBEITAEY 29, 1SS4 Bnao and "Bunkee. VOL. ,- XIX.-N- O. Dogs. 4 "-- 22 fu 3fr ' r ETC., ETC. 4 SBB T7IS. .XiXj ATVX3 r leech. pick-be- d n.i con- ! V r V iW7- mAQMKNT. temptuous courtesy. "I'll remember Wyoming may not occupy more nor It was ft lovely lady that on her It was hor lordly lover spurred lor the lay niy manners, if other folks forget theirs. 1 three square yards on a goggerf v map away. Only there's other folks as likely to bo of the United Mates, remarkod Wood-tic- k And met upon Uio highway, crouched on the old maids as me, AVilliams at a recent session o" tho and I fancy it'"s Mrs. cold hard stouo, A withered beggar that made for Spear's affair now if anything lias Forty Liars' Club, after being called alms her moan. happened to her boy!" upon for a speech bv the chair, "but Away llonnccd M'iss Pratt. What film's got mighty good packin'. The lordly lover cast her his purse frcm -bow. "You've put Pictv in a rage, Corne- I moan is that her internal improve"M j love is. lying dying, and for tho leech I go. lia." said Mrs. Rnshleiirh. "That's a ments contain some mighty smart In vonderbursiihvsiotiinKamanviim I rmw pity; she has a (ong tongue." men. With all duo deference to the Would that thestcUlfuleat of all anions them 1 could know!" But Cornelia was crying. chair and the honorable company, I pigeou-Toe"O, mother, dear," she sobbed, "it must sa that for TaVe this:" the crone, upstarting, placed on sense, the humble copper-riveteisn't true, is it? Orvillo did feel dreadhis hand a rinsr Of dull and tarnished copper, a mean and bat- fully. Won't you see, mother?'' individual who now addresses you doe tered thin?. But at this moment Sally, the little not caufcr along at tho rear of the pro"Wear this, and when thou rldest up to the servant girl from Grandma Rashleigh's, cession I may not ride on the seat leech's door. See for thyseif what company of guests doth came lljing into 'the room, without any with tlii driver, but if I do say it I stand before." more warning than if she had been follow ip pretty closo to tho bereaved And before the knight could thank her sho shot from a gun. relativp- - I am willing to admit that vanished ouite awav. "The old missus says you are income my father was a smarter man, even, K.jf n waa hmirn ltfnl "1'11 1'tn .......t.. .over at once, both you ladies'" she tlQ I am leastwise he must have . Ken, or the court records of Kenosha Ilia nmiiHuin mw . Wfltktf!MlL ened ?Wis cousin,- - pervert) tho. 4 ruth And kissed the battered talisman, and blessed and rcneatinsr lier essofSntarrtA-wnty. the kindly fay. "Thorn's somotlnnrr nf ... portance nni! i V :i m: :irvcllou3 dejrree. He wa? a bank , .,.-- wonst. Cashier. lli.ivAiitHntn Hnnml'i fnr liU at ' street IP the rinping ooor he darted to tho chief you re neeucu bonnet, Cornelia," said; health oflico work is so confining, you your s "bet pnyMcmif kuow.t hat it soon breaks a man down. Ueaven! what ghastly company was standing her mother. 'Til just put on this it before! What is it, Sally; do you know??? especially bank cashiers. His great inThe souls of all the slain were there, ten thousand souls, I trow. "I know it's something dreadful tellect gave way, however, a short time Like witch-tirein a pallid night Missus is almost wild, and there's lots betore he died -l- eastwise he was foolto and fro. of folks there. Something about ilj5 ish enough to make his will and so the On passed tho knitrht to another leech, but Spear." i$ family, of whom 1 am which, got nothbeloro the door penile, The two Indies said no more. Thej ing. Some cousin Was quite as ghastly If not quite so groat a hurried aw'ay together, and, entering put in a claim, and tho luwyera company; And up and' down th.o burg he rode, but grandma's parlor, found there assciof the. case by gobbling up the estate themselves. everywhere he went. Watched the spirit of each patient under a bled more of the members of the Sues "But, as 1 said, I'm a shado or two family., and a friend or two besides. monument. idiot, and to prove Orv:,le had, indeed, disappeared. He above a natural-bor- n "Alack! doth never a leech have skill?" was had never been home since his visit W it I'll relate my experience while in Chi- hi despairing cry; "And must tho Lady Cucogund in hor youth Cornelia, and now tho alarmed relv cago last bt'ptembor. You kuow 1 took ami beauty die? a lot of cattle inforThere is but one physician loft, and yonder at tires were anxious to get all tho intefc I'd disposedofin there to sell rt and alter them I took spike tail mation they could regarding the his door O,. heavens! there tloats a single ghost a sin view between Orvillc and Cornelia. f car and went up town. I bought me a gle guost, no more: I had reason to be angry, Mrs bran new outfit at a clothing store, had "O, a t!slng on tho talisman and on the Spear," said Cornelia, proudly; "good the wrinkles pressed out, and dressing up in my now toga, I sot out to kindty ray: in Ilerv i the surgeon skilled shall charm my reason, and 1 took off my ring and gare the sights. Prettj oon I was take tackled Thst lady's hurt away. it back and went out of the room. Ho: Uuk ye. busk ye. Master Leech, and rido is all I know. 1 don't know when to by a very deeeut looking party, who away wiui me. 1 I thought Dp seemed tickled to death to sec me. Ho And thou riialt save a precious life, and win went or where. me a priceless fee." woudn't mind so much I believed o calLd and Toinukius, from illtusville, askod after the Inj's.' I told ? Ind., mo." Up sprang Uie good physician then behind tho had stopped caring about "He ought to now, at all cventes him he was off his cabase. aod just tnillant knitrht. about that time, too, I b gan to sm?ll jE And swiftly up the sounding road clattered said grandma. me courser wijtus; shall something most awful rauk, so when he "My boy is dead, I'm sure. I And merrily the knight ho sang and shouted aked me in his jrice, have the pond dragged!" said Mo. Taylor, of my name. I said it was Johu Tecumsoh. Neb; that I was "A blessing on tho kindly fay that guidod mo Spear, amidst her tears.- - "He left au to thee'.' his money at home. He wouldn't have a director of tho First National Bank "Xow by our.good St. Anthony, what is it gone traveling without a change of there, and had just conic to Chicago to see something of city life. Then I told ttioudOBtftiy? .' Dost thou not know. Sir Knight, there is no clothes. O, you wicked girl!" goblin, noithor fay? Spear, him about the postmaster. Lou Davis, "I hope," cried the eldestMiss and the station agunt whom I called But udl mo truly, who it was to me thy stops "that he'll haunt you!" did guide. Brooke, thingf oughly and so on, and made him thorFor how should a poor leech bo known "I could kill you, youhatefnl acquainted with everything and throughout tho country-side?- " cried the youngest Miss Spear. even-bodin the place. I knew there until wa such Cornelia had kept up bravely "O. trust me, trust me, Mastor Leech, thy a town in Nebraska, but of famo spreads far and near: two friends turngl course didn't know a soul in it; but On every silo healing skill what mira- now; but when her upon her thus, she gave a little screani thinks I to myself, if there isn't any-- b cles liirarl For though thy cheek doth brightly boar the and fell over on the sofa. Sho waQn idy of that namn there, why there rosy hue of youth, water tfjey ought to be, and as for myself, why the Thero is no doctor so renowned in ail tho land, a dead swoon, and tho sprinkled in her face did not bring name of Taylor was good enough for good soot." her to, nif. Well, we chatted a long while, "Sir Knight, It 111 becomes thy rank to mock a Grandma rrew frisrhtencd. until my new friend said he had an ensimple man. "I hoDe it isn't an attack of heart gagement, but he'd catl at tho hotel in One who doth practice Galen's art with all the sho the can; skill he disease, she said. "Poor child! evening aud show mo around. Well, only lut Joor, yesterday I hung my shingle out at looks as if she were dead. its no us.' to prolong your agony. It jii I have had but a single call one pationt, "O, don'tsaythat," cried the mother. was tho same old Mor. The custoiu-ar- j . nnd no more." The- - gathered around Cornelia and son of an old friend appeared in the sho regular order of by St. Anthony!" exclaimed the did all they could for her, and soon things and made hitn-ei- f toe recovered acd sat up, but all her pride extrernVly agreeable, and 'Mr. Tay- wblte-hnlro- d saddlefast-colo- r, d, d sun-ha- t. s The indirect loss cost of in the prevention of the keeping of i.OOO.OO-sheep, the yearly profit of which would be SU.000,000. so that the whole loss to the State by reason of dogs the keeping of worthless in a state of ferocious savageness is equal to $:,000,om The schools of the hours. Ho is Jerally caught by the So that the State cost S3.0 10,000. above extremity of tl forepaw, keeping of the dogs costs three times tho claws; tho B1 on him is not very more than the education of the children. great; his exeifns to get away are The farmer might well have added to tremendous, anfihe result in so cutting his productive crop of figures all tho foot that sooner or various losses and damages direct and suicide." People are besinnin to ak them later he will urW of the tap altoindirect from the sadly defective educa- : of the children for which only selves whether the millions theyannuallv gether. Two Bzzlies that I caught tion :i,000,O0Q can be afforded ou account give for public education, a sum which got away; one ho was probably taken ome hairs made, where is i lid leaving have to bo of the.i dogs. by tho claws is all tho time increasing, are so extho other leaving a ucwlv filed and t t and sharpened is pended that they produce the best onlv to tell But it is bad enough, because this and the question is becoming a small piece opis foot behind as a ecr time they dull, a proce-- s that only a very small part of the whole '""l all but tocn t hem consumes time and requires the services damage which is inflicted upon tho leading one in other cities besides souvenir. Mnf Tho conclusions reached are selves loose; iSme case tho foot was of a sawver whose skill commands public by worthless dogs, or rather Every cutting reduces through "the criminal neglect of the everywhere substantially the same. almost eat though anil only a smaii good wages. p:eee of skin t thickness of a mail owners of tliem. For if a man should They are that in trying to do too much the sic of the aw. A seventy-twlittle finger rftded to hold the tern-l.i- inch saw i a big ne even in Michigan, keep a wolf or other wild ferocious we are marring the effect of the whole; ., rwr. of liirm" tn and thjt we should produce better re; u. . ...! i i inch saw is in com infuriated sonster to the much de- where the live and a half prey upon his neighbors every night ho sults at much less expense if the intested clog. I mon use. There the-The traps at set far back in dense foot saws are run at a speed of from would commit an offense for which ho struction given by the" State was rudiand gloomy bcosU near the tangled "iOO to 700 revolution in Norway pine would bo amenable to the laws; and it mentary only, but thorough so far as it swamps, whof griszlies love to make logs, and they cut as deep with each is equally wrong for him to keep a dog goes. AT. Y. Sun. above de- - and sutler it to become a beast of prey. their lair. Tsground is covered w ith revolution as the mon-te- r When the late Professor Sophocles fallen timberjnd travel must be afoot bcriled. The little chisel bit teeth vyill There is no lawful reason why a man .was a proctor in Holworthy Hall, Har-aud is slow :u3 difficult. The bear on chew out pine dm ing a whole working mav not keen a wolf or a bear, or a one nignt a tipsy siuuent, rowing being caugh (Starts oft" on a tremen- day, and aii entire set of dull ones can tiger oven, if he keeps it in secure conup to bed, fell against his door, and dous rush forfie swamp which is close be rep'a'-eSociety docs not prohibit upon being interviewed was anything next day iu five minute finement. by. Here hf catches on a rotten log for three cents a tooth. Some of the this pleasure and gratification, and a but respectful in his language. Next for a second ad plows a path through sawdu-- t from one of these great saws man mav keep a dog with equal pro- morning, awakening with remorseful wide enough a cart, there he hangs was sent from Michigan to the priety if he will only prevent it from stomach and an aching head, the ofon two fnlluiftreos lift' feet long, bu; a grca lawmaker iu this injuring or destroying his neighbor's fender felt it to be the part of discretion of ho hangs for instant onh, moves the city. as a curiosity. flock. Bnt certainly ever man should to go to the proctor and apologize. He It was great trees tf one hide and rushes on. It was n'jt dust at all, but a mass of be obliged to do this, and farmers who hnd not nroceeded far in his halting of softer damage have a clear right to inNext ho strifes against a tree, ami in htile pelhN of wood, explanation, however, before the other his rage turnfcnd eats the whole side an inch in thickness The lumbermen sist upon it and to ask for sufficient leginterrupted him with the words: "Not d out of it, loalng the fresh white pine prefer to waste lumber in th's way islation to enforce it. . X. Y. Times. yourself, sir? You were drunk, sir! red with blofl stains from his gums. drunk! But you were so drunk as to thev get speed out of their tools. Now he reaclo-- the swamp and plunge These huge aws are we sngiy in. The American Girl. be a curiosity, and therefore I shall n deep into itscreeesaes, venting his ragfr sawing a rough log into planks. AfterBoston Post. The American girl is charapagny. report you." on tlie balsajas and poplars, absolutely ward the planks are reduced to deired bubbly, sweet, Sho is glittering, foamy, chew mg d.iun saplings and even gnawwidths by cilgcr saws, wnicn are word, fizzy) FUSGEST PARGARAPHS. ing them int lengtlis like t ve wooti. sma'ler implements revolving together dry. tart-- iu a Gettin it at tho Exact Truth. She has not the dreamy, magical, but surely at the proper distances one from tho All this timf he is "When in society, never talk of rnurinury lovableness of our Italian Uj5C52itewtmy4iuu, The.rciiiamiicr.or this'interctmgibiSladihas: author-ityo- n ' beenWr.n iilttor' Drawer, in Ifarpr"jrafl-azine- . A agnatic Gtni!Jfcv ttOHIHSU jr V '! i tcarinzJA.t loose from the the trap. other. .;rl And vnt there is a cosmopolitan yourself," is the injunction or an "I "TlinHllrlllP"1?! HrlWllv'WFil J '. . lost. le.WjrVlDg ,, etiquette. People in society 'Tim milrta nf tlif minia nr it ltto III aKCWll nrcoSKliowr R "5I"m,,tTr"TWIMr h.WS mLm. wish I had died! 1 wish I ruwl never iNWruuo: uio .jm lnotl'hi!Wc!iStomnr,TTOTiriifli,niIiiiswjiirpie. in tho estimate of their veracit. uc rcc oi jeanu. Tnevcr uo tuer'run'uow'xi uiMvpop.iu come to! O. Orville! Orville! whaUias , . y adhoredjto ap than the scientific inquirer. Knowing chase at a high rate of speed before the in her frankness, in h Pu iladclphia Call. panlonaiiie . THE LOVERS' QUARREL. When yoiiliave thus trapped a thou become of you?" me great pleasure himself, by painlul parently but it gives makers, in devel- frivolity, in her being a phenomenon eierieuee. how exfate Dr. Wood is said to havo not saw is made. of Saw into a saw. ham"O! oh!" moaned the mothor. grizzly, ,oii lme The 10 state" that, in the subsequent proceed- tremely difficult a matter it is to make stc-caught a bear; you have iuipl. cauh; oping a disk to leave either a bard or a of verbal intrigue! "Never Avhile I live," said Miss Rash-leigonce condensed ajialf column poeni "0! oh!" moaned tho sinters. ings, I introduced certain innovations perfectly sure have observe I anymer it so as joii You may lose your head with her into two lines: devil incarnate! Indeed, the quesAnd Cornelia's head fell back again that, if generally adopted, must tend to "never while I live, .will I see ou earth "quite correctly, and haVe the sometimes is. not whether you nave soft center. A saw that has a soft ceneasily iu a week, and in the way of "No.". tion your face again!" "Do you love iner "Emma, get the lavender out ol the detract seriously from the interests of thing all possible chances of error, ter will wabble in the middle if a per- recollecting what you had said to her "Then 1 go." She meant it when sho said it; and as said grandma to her the nobto game of bunko, and eventual'' eliminated tho fixed habit of doubtitig ca'ightthc bar, but whether you have son takes hold of it by the ei y. Y. Graphic and yesterday, for she is gifted with memohe acqnircs oppornot simply ghrcn him a she spoke, she threw her bethrothal daughter. "Quick! it's on the corner bring it into disfavor among sportive about one-hashake- iU If it has a hard center one of what his tunity tp catch you! Now let us see part will not shake more than another. ry; but your heart jamais! A woman in Georgia wants a ring towards her lover, who had offended shell" gentlemen. I entered, apparently, into tell him in ordinary conversation, It takes a longer time for that. But divorce because her husband refused to how this is. The grizzly thus caught, A saw with a hard center, if driven at closet. ptbo .'tpirit of tho game with great enher. Mrs. Rashleigh rushed to the without for a single moment venturing and thus workouup into the mo-.- t sure she will have both sooner or to let her know the combination of his thusiasm and sratifvinar recklessness. It mis?ed him and rolled down upon "It won't open," she cried wildly. of speed, will not cut be a high them of deliberate untruthover tho sill of an open grand and bucked at it l.i worth, when I to suspect Children aud servants, if they formidable ferocity, has to 1k followed straight. rate edg vv.il wabble. But later, and, like a true belle, will sing to safe. For the sake of keeping peace in the floor and "It's a patent lock," said Its fulness. smiles: the familv a man should let his wife china closet one of those ma; "locks as it sums, uere .i mu told them that as I hadn't drawn any find anything they have been told is lip afoot, first through a tlen-- o lorest, if it has a soft ( enter, and is sent vou amid sighs andmay, Be jriuil while ye Mo the heart of a aud closets that used to stand Dn cither side know the combination of his safe town, and erroneous, immediately jump at the conmoney since I struck the around at a rate of 700 or WW revoluNor lake heeil of tho morrow; of the mantel-piecand keep all his money in bank- .- ExAnd Mrs. Rashleigh flow back to only started with a little for fear of clusion that the person who told tliem tangled swamp, where one cannot see tions a minute, the centrifugal force Th swcoS of ahead, and where, if the straining at the center stiffens the saw ' She did not notice where it rolled; he the door, opened it aud uttered a pickpockets in tlio cars, that broke me. meant deliberately to deceive them; in ten FLet us taste while tbey lastt change. or life too short monster should Kiiddcnly rise dirocth and keeps the edge steady. To the avdid though; and after she had loft the shriek. As 1 appeared to bo onjoyiug myself, their own simple aud categorical fash A voting man who had been going to borrow; From the future room, he turned to pick it up. The ring There on tho floor, huddled up un- however, the bunko men kindly "kept ion they answer plumply: "Hint s a in frontnid cliaige. trap, clog and all, erage mind it w ould eem that there has with a'Verinont girl for some time, Dullcar like an ort, KliiV aw.iy to the put! retreat voukl be absolutely impossible. been the same straining after ornamentshe had worn would always be precious der the shelf, lay poor Orvillu Spear. the game going, aud accepted my lie." I5ut the man of science is onl and had made her several presents, I don't believe she is half as merceAdd trf this that at the "time of tho al effect in the vertical saws, so odd are checks- to the amount of 2,&0 on the to him. asked her one day if she would accept lie was white and limp. well acquainted in his own person Miss Rashleigh went straight to her Finally I too the exceeding difficult' of over, hunters arriwl tlie bear may have, just the shape- - of the teeth. But here, again, nary as she talks, in the vein of "what a puppy. He was awful mad when she Cornelia sat and stared at him in the, Tecumsch Banking-housr fenfnlo hoart can srold dosnise?" Yet foot loose, or mother had told her if own room, as miserable a girl as ever most awful way. She thought him dead, told thom that played enough for with at the exact truth. He has siKceeoud in teariiur his to break his the study has een solely to produce she gives a strong impression that Uio repliea"tha-he- to her to say no. Boston may haVe jnt managed lived, and a moment later Grandmother but the more cvperienced matron saw one day; that it was lots of fun but getting hours of toil, himself, in watchproposed he "and culling rower. . a modiste Post. Rashlpigh bustled into the drawing-roo- that he was vet living. that, like all tho other good things of spent observing the behavior of some chain, r may have just finished eating me vfrtu-a.t s lmvc dull teeth alfcn- - alpha and omega of life is ing and of of which things """1 millionaire My impresrfon pushed the open closet door to, Sally was 'sent post haste for the doc- Ifre, it came high, if they'd just cash natiu will, the sharp or.es. The dull the a or animal, or gas, or metal: and up tho glog bodily, all An individual applies to tho cab to bo American girl is one picked up the fallen magazine, set the tor; aud there, in Mrs. Rashleigh's another check lor $HK), to g'jyo mo a plant, repeated experiments, carefully have liippened iu my experience, lie ones do not re icli onquite "Do yon far as the after unsK ami company for a situation. "Yes, 'sir.3)' of She is bright, annuals and books of poetry straight drawing-roohe found Cornelia and little ready cash to spend about town, designed to exclude all possibility of would then bo in a beautiful state cutters. Their purpo-- e is to clear tho forgotten. know how to drive?" on the table, pulled down the shade, OrviHe lying quite unconscious, like I'd drop in the next day and give them mistake, so far as ho can foroseo it, frenzyntid would be perfectly delighted sawdust from before the cutters. 2f. business-like- . you must be polite know wipf out a hunter or two if only to V. To to concise, I would call the Amer- "You all yourthat arranged the chairs mathematically Komeo and "Juliet in the scene at the auothor whirl. The generous bunko lie at "Ah!" pas'sengcrs?" believes he has really settled to Sun. . ull with Forest and ican girl a sort of social catechism-fagainst the wall, and bustled out again. tomb, and the rest of the party in a men cheerfully complied, and 1 quit the some moot point, and triumphantly quiet Sown his nen-esFor example, what honest. of questions and answers. In "And ahead. I don't know publishes h's final conclusions in a sci Sirean. . "I've had those things fifty years," state of be ildcrment and terror past game just you should find in your A Mysterious Ambassador. many instances she omits the answers, would vou do if In entific journal, leu to one, tne very what they did with those checks. she said to herself, "and titer's Cornelia description. cab a First Sight of the Caspian Sea. .ind becomes an incarnate "?" I never myself to worry-oveand her beau, with no more respect for "Nothing at all. I should live on my At last, however, both were conscious fact Iithaven't allowed I suppose it's a next number of that same journal con One of the most remarkable historisuch a pleasurable witness at all since. them than if they were so much lum- and seated in regarded each Onryjf the most singular mental ef- cal mysteries ou record, rivaling that experienced tains a dozen supercilious letters from income." A'. Y. Independent. disbox position in a1! my life. Italian ber." d profects iWiecdou myself was that proa dozen learned and while the observers kept silence, little rough on tho bunko man to in tho iron I has alius heard it said dat if ycrll Then she closed the door behind her, other, Orville Spear uttered the first cover suddenly that he is the bunkee; fessors, eaoh,poiuting out a dozen dis- diicedjjphcuever I walkeu.to mo quay of the identityofof the man the Chevalier lapvr. and Mr. arnlv stick ter ycr business yer's boun' but tnen you know there's nothing cer- tinct and separate precautions which and say thelarge licet rocking in the mask, is that the sex of envoy to and went away to her own room up words. French Tho History of Carii tor win, but dis ain't tme incbery case. tain in this world but death, aud four the painstaking observer neglected to port. IShcllor's Alastor had from early d'Kon, who wasHe stairs, where a'ltne silk patchwork quilt acted as private "Of all the confounded fools in 1761. When yer tries ter keen a olc gooso aces backed up with a king." The take, ami any one of which would bo was in the frame, a surprise for said Mr. George W. Pettes gave an interyouth haimtju niy momory and given agent to Louis XV. and lived in London "Who, dear?" asked his mother. from settin' yer mav take do aigs er way "Boomerang. Cornelia. quite sufficient to vitiate the whole me thtimpigssion that Caspian was a for fourteen ears. He was a hand- esting leoture on Saturday evening at an' 'stroy de nes.' but de goose keeps "Me," said Orville, regardless Ol GrandmaRashleigh gave every j'oung There might weird .'half-idea- l sea, with shores ten- some man, of rather e "eminate appear- the Mercantile Library Association body of his observations. "Who shut me in?' i Buying er settin' jes nz close ter der nes ax person of the family something of her grammar. were you in tho closet for?" and Selling Names. have been germs in Ihc tube in which anted fjy the ghosts of dead empires; ance, and was noticed to l,e very shy rooms, corner of Tremont and West on ken get. Dis shows mighty lino "What she own manufacture on his or her wedding , he boiled the water (germs are very with ajoastnvhich was a reed morass soNewton Streets, on "The History of asked grandma, with a guilty 4 conA pleasant, gentleman fashionable just at present), or some troddca onljj by the bittern and the of the lad'e-- and to avoid generalstory Cartls and an Analysis of Yhist," to a 'termination but mighty po' sense.-T-- " day. was "Now," the old lady had said a dozen science. pick something tq that rolled sat in a Sixth avenue elevated train, of tho germs might have survived and crane; Vith iraters gray with the haze ciety. While liehe was thero the and iroodly number of "members and their Unclc Remus. a woman, "To talking to a younger man. A reference rather enjoved the boiling; or they of a perpetusl twilight, a vast, myste- got about that time's to Tripheny King, who was helpCruel Eflio (to Mrs. Belweatner, lectthere," said Orville. scandal thus aroused caused King Louis gentlemen and lady friends. Thecards who has just been speaking of Mr. B.: to the occupation of the older man might have adhered to the under sur- rious solitudi Such in part it is on the ing her; "I rather think Cornelia will of frantic-rall"The riug?" asked Cornelia, to recall his embassador and order him urer said that the first known you made him say: have the best thing I've done; and face of the cork; or the mixture might casternshore; but at Baku the Caspian to assume his proper dress, that of a was iu Hindostan some twelve cent- "Whv, Mrs. Belwcather, I thought B.: "Why, there's a bit in it of every handsome See have been tampered with during the conveyi no Inch idea. Square-rigge- d "Mine is an unusual business. Spear. when they were made hadn't any husband!" Mrs.you mean to "Yes, the ring," said Mr. woman. This she did. and was always uries ago. silk there's ever been in the family, and experimenter's temporary absence by ships ride afanchor by scores; the port afterward known as Mme. d'Eon. A of a sort of canvas" bearing fig- of course I have, Fffie. Do Mr. Some one banged the doot here." know "and grandfather's wed- "More fool I! of her father's He pulled out a card. If his name his son, aged ten years (scienti lie obis busy witli wherries and to. I shouted and howled and kicked, remarkable personage stated ures and emblems of various sig- say that you don't Effie: "Yes, but I didn't ding vests." liadt been Henry Jackson, the card servers have no right, apparently, to dartinshitlilr and thither; and sharp, life of this these are that she assumed the dress of a youth nificance, and that sonic of I ''Yes'm, its real memorial quilt," and no one beard me." have sons of ten ears old, except per- heavilyispafred steamers of 50i) to 1,000 in order to secure higher educational yet to be seen in the Putijaub. although suppose he was your husband. "O, oh, oh, oh!" shrieked Cornelia, "1 would have read: you said Tripheny. "It takes you, mum, belicvo you Uid thoro -- justtftliill me, ': haps for purposes of psychological re- tons are5eon1tantly entering and leav opportunities, reign of Charles thought you hadn't any. Papa said all entered the Col- very rare. In the : search); and so forth, ad infinitum. .heKuyja'okson, to plan su'ih things. " -o of the married for money, and that watf ing thoi-jL-sThe only peculiarity lege Maxarin at Paris, and afterwards VII. , cards similar : : Dealer in Names. .was finished and bound for no other purpose than oulrreThe qnilt And the worst of it all is that the un- that distinpiishe-- these" ships from became doctor of laws, was the author nresent dav were used" in France, you got." Boston" Herald. that afternoon, and Tripheny's joy of yenge. banged the door on ine", said "Grandpa," saidan intelligentlittle "Won't yon explain?" said the happy experimenter is bound himself to those of otir seas is the rig, which of several learned volumes, aud was in althou"h the court cards were known "You quilting being over she went home. admit that every one of the objections carried me Ifek to my boyhood. Two troduced by Prin.c de Conti to the by different names, and in the reign of fellow, "who made those great aitcnes man. woman will do younger But sho carried about the village the Mr Spear. "A jealous "I l)uy and sell the addresses of is perfectly valid, and that he very like- topsail selupncrs with "very rakish King. It was said that the Kin knew Edward I. of England charges for cards ; ,.n,n-- t..i,..ii?' "God. mv near; M news that she "was sure all was over anything." thom :l door, Orville said people in all parts of the United States ly never really saw what with perfect masts aboualed, thoroughly "piratical the secret of her sex; but for lier reare found in the royal accounts while "What did he make Don't for? silly "I banged the between Miss Rashleigh and Mr. Spear. ;,. i too. ,n tho rcisn of Queen Anne, don't know, Willie. confidence he thought and said he had and altogelicr ves"cls com like old Mrs. Rashleigh. "I! youjd left aim l UUClUii. XUUIU ttlU UUUUICIU ox seen. Comhill Magazine. markable talents selected her to underShe'd heard Cornelia saying something raon thirty-liv- e elsewhere 3 years take a secret mission to Russia, which 40,000 reams of paper were used for questions." Willie was thoughtful for I just pushed it as I busiuess men who reach their customers to her grandma, and th"e old lady was everything Hying. ought to blessfvour by circulars as well as by advertising ago, but net longer in use except on was so well performed that she -- was making playing cards. The uo of a few moments, and then said: VI passed, and you furious." the Caspian. Brigantines, with a small afterwards sen.tto London. During the cards was made to aflord information know now! Father can tell how old the newspapers. Thus a book pubA reus! on Romance. would never have done that if stars that you are alive, for peoplelon't in "Ho heathen, and it was his cows arc by the wrinkles on their topsail on the main-mas- t, gets out a now book which he sloops with a French room, sometime: lisher Mme. d'Eon vvent and pleasure to the he had cared for me, you know, grand go into the drawing this topss, and other obsolete rigs again torevolution where she died in Christian Europe that debased their horns. Is that what God put wrinkles square wants to sell through agents. He is day Representative fortnight, in England, Chicago ma," Cornelia was saying at that mo- for ause the parlor muchsmalijamily.1 anxious to learn the names and ad- of The other received a request Cassidy, were to be sbn on this sea which has use bv the introduction of gambling on your brow for, grandpa?" from Lli Nevada, We raoreand 1H10. After her death it was ment, Whist prouably took its Times. fashions of s own; which has no rela. siiarnimr. is olc Hcpsibaand dresses of all the men and women in Johnson, of his was "Stuff and nonsense! He loves the am deaf, ami so died taere. Yesand tho Lnited States who sell subscription he would one through constituents, that tions with fany other sea; which is that the character of a wo nan was a I and from a game.-callewhisk or a pension he had help a name disguise, and that Mine, tl n fcaidthe old lady. you might have ground you walk on!" u Unconsciousness of Dying Perseus. oittmii'rh the two were very neither trcslinor salt, ami aiso enjoys man, after all. But the lacts in tho him, ornelia,'' added books. Ho also wants tho names of asked for a member of a California cav"Xou'll never get such another, Cor- you'd have killed the ireaK crying over one hundred case are not regarded as proven cither dissimilar, the one being no.sy and the "lose who sell other goods in the same alry regimentin the late war. Cassidy old lady, "throwing his preUyjdjathe "A dying man may be burned with a nelia'." a thinking game. In feet below the )evci of tlic occan. vay, because they arc very likely to forwarded the letter to tho Pension Ci, mond ring on tlio door. way. This curious personage, It might other quiet aud Folkestone and friends red-hiron and not feel pain," Dr. "I shall never marry at all; I hate "0!" moaned Cornelia. "0!' "ConIrop the other article for tho sake of lice with a favorable indorsement. He Manhattan. England, Lord be remarked, never contracted a men!" Cornelia answered. of whist and Crawford said to a reporter. Then he revised tho ancient game was surprised to receive in a day or two may remain to the dying "It wasn't her lault- - l was aYcon- - the new book. people whowants the in the character of cither so. Josh Bings went into a harness And then her grandmother made. the of ten sciousness have never Penof the cncdlOr-ville- . made the present long game m Ed- almost to the dissolution, but generally house too hot to hold her, and she went founded fool all through." a'.spnn"- Acted as agents, but who want to try to a reply from the Commissioner of been shop in e York to get some tribal mUcha'i Jteriew. and this was publ.sjied sions, stating that a pension had points, "I knew that closet had they Tose the power of thoughUong.he-for- u thing, ami when he to hermother's, her usual course when see what they can do. He advertises granted years ago to the widow of this for it the proprietor was about to pay A Woman Who Could Keep a Secrel. mund Ho3le's treatise m 112, but he lock. No; don't blame Cornelia-l- f actual death. In cases of death in she fell out with grandma. variety not the father of rtieofgame being which there 3cems to be suffering- - the "I shall always vj- blame myself!" for agents in a expense. of Itpapers, at a same Eli Johnson, and that she had it doen t amount tosaid: "Never mind; tho end of Three days passed. At gamesters. much; some time costs him surrendered the pension upon marrying, now paieiyou nrcttv heavy Miss Elizabeth Richards, a member onlv the patron saint writhing and spasms are due to rencx when vou 'lecture tho third Piety Pratt stepped in at Mrs. signeu several cents, for every letter of inquiry some time since, a man named liill. An some llcket1, Josh you may send mo of the Orthodox Frionds' meeting and The "amc of short whist was conceived muscular action. Fear weakens the , , . of England Rashleigh's young Mrs. Rashleigh, us are:" , , walked turned and fconsequently, bout his book that ho receives. To investigation was at on-- e had. It has nearly to tlm door, then slowly coming a native of this city, w ho died at her by John Loraine Baldwin "jnu now pans you aie, vurEeua. they called her, though she was nearly then made for nervous system, and, sighed Orville. "Did jou realhjfcare that letter of inquiry ho sends his- just been ascertaianed that Mrs. John- back, said: Seo here, Mr. S." you are homo in Wilmington on Monday at an !? 1864. and rules were condemns! it hastens death; and the reverse of fear fifty, for grandma was old Mrs. Rash , t... insurer The doctor .cited, a laborate circulars. 1 come to the re- son, having been informed by her friends like a gco many other people; you advanced age, conducted a "private when you thought I was deadFMf leigh. t.':lLe :" Sfnr"nr tO the full long may prolong life." :ef of the publisher by selling him a that her husband was killed in one of cast your tiread upon school in Philadelphia f r twenty-liv- e report concerning a Slethodtst as UCHIg Kashfeio-h"Ladies," said Grandma . "I expect you'll feel upset when I tell five po'nts, medical ry larfe number of agents' addresses the bloody battles of tho war, mourned you tie r. string to it!" the waters,' but years. She thon opened a school in 13 . . as also a jrarae of!r. sometimes minUtPr. llelav on the verge of.death, . mni(. you the news, Cornelia," said she. "now that Orville has recoveredjnar j3 I and went slowl tf UCU,, l , small part of the cost of getting him as dead, obtahied a pension as his out Wilmington, where she was engaged in oxciuumg mon!rrftl cold and pulseless, and friends around wiuioutanother word or smile. "You've been too cruel this time he, getting on, let us go into the othefibom, ..t a p widow, and subsequently married Gill, for a con- piaje.1, au a which - . , -, that wllis. his bed sang his favorite hymn. As her educational pro l.e, he! " Orvillo Spear ha'n't been and leave these two young folg to them by advertising." . . 4v, ti "How do you get them?" an Ohio man. On his part, Eli Johnson The most remarkable, if not tho tinuous period of fif tv four years', re- irainu. aiii 'M thev ceased, and while the physicians over together." lieartl of since he was at your house. talk things the minister s "You see, every publisher has a list had been sorely wounded, had spent largest, cofleciion Qf photographs in tiring nearly live years ago. The greatest-sShe lea the way, the others followed. re- - stood timing the death, Ills mother says he went over to esecret of her life was her age, au'd agents whom lie has employed at one several months in a hospital, had teen tho United States is owned by Detecthands moved, and he whispered, lie never came When the tea bell rang soon afterTOr-vill- e pial and make np, and was a rest from any no5 and another. Nearly every one informed, upon emerging from it, that ive Henry jSToy, of Philadelphia. "Glory!" Restoratives were adminisand Cornelia came out fftho It this she never told when cne, "always back -- he, he! She thought maybe he'd question hLs wife was dead, had gone to their asked. On avoiding the tered, and an hour later the' man. had contains tJooQ pictures of "crooks," his brother's, but, he drawingroora arm in arm, and the wedd- will sell mo a copy of his list for a stepped over to snowed tho .."i.. j"-- .ewhlch,i,rt a few hours before she pccunariv The combined copies make old home to find that she had left with- and with them are newspaper clippings her death-be:. recovered. He lived many years after was fixed. PhilruMjikijftCaii. hadn'tr-h- c, he! I reckon he's drowned ing-day died, she refused o revejvl the number disposition of evcr ' himself!!' formidable pile of manuscript. Then out leaving a trace of her whereabouts describing them and their exploits, rethat. Ho said he understood every of years she had lued, and destroyed Cmnnii-i- n Boston Jltr'ild. Sirwr fliCrtncvwAil af. the novelty men, who ann- behind, and had sincerely mourncdher ports of trials and other memoranda. word spoken at his bedside. TJndertbo icre are ouiuiiijsio utv uicuutvitni 48at ft "J don't, know why the whole town enthusiasm allcvideaees oi the date of hor birth-I- t otmtAnient ulate large lists of names of agents. ever since, The correspondence brings r,iladelphiairess. ehoitld talk over my "affairs anderery man's linger nails grow mucbfBprc Strong?-Slh.firf year nranu: by the hymn,and had exerted --Mrs. jfr- is asserted bv one who was familiar he and Agents form one lino of special name-- , out the interesting fact that they loyc wrought meddling old maid giggle about them!" rapidly than his toe nails. ThisTsSrh- CalifornK Some oL the mummies in the Britwith ho and w ho ai'cndi d her school, SfproddcodlOObip.-- -eacli other still. Unfortunately Gill anc his muscular strengin, and lived. ling piece of information clean!' ho av alids form another." cr i Cornelia. Philadelish MuseuShave fIse tcet'k on gold that s'i was luT yea's old. Pi'al.i. still lives. lrnnr'o Cor. "Do von mean sick people?' Stockton (CaU) Mail. of a'darkened mistJSjt-- . Jlyty jumped to her feet, seized her human mind m Call. plates. W vhia Hiriord, "Nofnecsssarily. Lvery community phia Record. and turned towards the door. katwas iravelcn con-si-ts be-on- coiu-promi-- ed -- y of-th- ? has a lot of people who are always buying medicine. They are the mot valuable lot an advertiser can icach. The consumption-remed- y gives circular them a hacking cough and a hectic Hush. The blood purifier circular So it goes flushes tlmiii with eczema. through the list of chronic aud acute ills that flesh is heir to. Thev will buy anything from beef and bark to a'steam atomizer to doctor a sprained foot All of these jioople at one time or another write to some advertising doctor or vender of the elix'r of life. I buy the names of tho advertiser, classify "them according to the number of times the names have been tisod by med'eal men and tho last diseases that atllictod the writers, and ell them ovor and over again. Sometimes I sell the original letters outright. Tho careful advertiser sometimes varies tho character of the circulars sent a.'cording t j the characeven writteristics of the letter-writeing a uansiiiial luliaiiin sonio piiea. ' ' " -- What other classes nave you?""" "Two general olasses. One for tho sharpers and one for the general adver tiser. The latter class is cosmopolitan. It includes all others, really, but it is made up mostly of farmers. For instance, in New York, Rochester and Detroit are several linns of dealers in garden and farm seeds. They get of thousands of letters every year. To those addresses circulars of all kinds ol iarm and household goods, books, jeweln-- . anything that a man or woman doen't need but is sure to want, can be sent with great profit. The names for the use of sharpers are the most profitable of all, and yield the. largest returns of all concerned, except the ones addressed. iJnce we get a name ou that list we know it will pan out till tho man dies. Tho addresses of all the people who buy tickets in lotteries, who write to dealer in greenbacks, and who write to other advertisers that offer to givo somothing for nothing, arc very carefully arranged by themselves. They are usually very smart in tho'r own conceit, but they nibble at a bare hook." "What prices do those name? bring?" "I have got as high as twenty-hv- o dollars a thousand for names for ."harpers' use. Good lists of habitual inval;ds are worth all tho way from leiudollar to twenty dollars a thousand. Agents are so easily obtained that ten dollars is a big price; from three dollars to five dollars is ordinary. General-us- e lists copied off the letters bring from three dollars to five dollars where tlioy have not been mailed to more than twice. When mailed to oftener, and w here a year or two old, thev get down to one dollar a thousand. "Are many in this business of yours?" Not continually. They drop in, make a good thing, and .straightway begin mailing circtilars on their own account. The number of actual addresses handled by me in one year has uaver exceeded one million, but it has crowded that figure close ly." --V. Y. Sun. r, fac-sitni- Trappifcrlzzir. Terminer gnzj kv--- ' it:, ....:!, iii' I Bar ., iiviin AvnitnmentS "S rf nngP Circular Saws f,S& w SCHOOL AND CIIURCII. jcuiuvj io bear suuic 1 he largest circular saw that ha? been tvr- nuy i'iii)iuvi'i sent out of this city recently was exacttho double Wiyr nattcrn w th ly six feet la diameter. It was ordered C(n..i tows, and by a match compan and went to Michtitrht poundsHTJ fciring-- arc . mtv igan. Fiftv-tw- o teeth projected from .. .1. it- - rim. powerful aim l tr l.A It is now revolving at the rale art to -- ct and ot 07:.' revolutions a minute, audio caplevers'. It w JfBtl h to twelvi- nlaee ft trap and traiitr'5 able of miking a van in their rc. jlf;and are c har of tnoh cut with each i evolution. It can explaining then; TOyHl then pa- - thw saw off a forty-foplank, therefore, in Let us suppose, an infinitesimal portion of a minute, braucli oi iu j therefore, thai wftntor has made his tjmnghas a matter of fact the frame oh hood red dim of nin in a I'ci the logs are fed to a saw is adhas his trap set in justed to move at about the speed at irri.lies and . ar. At the tail which a man can walk. At that rate :i likelv nlace of the traDtcl'ii a ring jut live there is nothing bnt a whirr and a :....i.,. in di.iniJ ml tbi is driven shriek to annonnco tho journey of a tibout haUaf Byer tlu- cud of a logB length. This is not a olid saw or b inche-- through it would have more than one hundred hcaw stick 51V teeth. and si or eig ;at;iohg it is ailed, is of this "CU Ji It is one c& tlu new nalterns in Akwhieh tan be ...-- . tlin tAAilt, sue i.niiniifHl. fromr, 1h vttlfli to make ;nf ...i j ..... 1 ian ton-inc- ot jh - ha- - . rii-oKoi- j Among the pests of tho farmer-tlthe hirtift. I...1.K, If .Cll " ll" 1- HUH" l.iirh " . nOL .is dog place. Not that the so injurious, any more than it i the untiiTWd, mane are, , ted, and conequenio '""S3? j w dogs which are a pest touio i"-- jdte neglected and it il the uneducated, youths who become pesu u 'i?fffJ dog. kept in PWA iwction and under control oi iu mav be useful iij moro uisr.gM capacity, while itsV kind, doCA Md friendly disposition and its wnMrtl sagacity may' make it an left to companion. we read 0LJtis like tho erring child corn tr krmrr ir owner tO SliaiS Sftd grief. " A Tennessee fanner fho j - naeSJ . An Indian student at a school in Huntsville.Tex., was recently expelled for packing his clothes' in a trunk on Sunday. Of Chicago Times. bt welf-traine- d But-whe- c"e "$, Jhu-- the 2.G1C.879 pupils at elementary schools in Japan only 784,(591 arc girls. At the high schools there are only 201 female pupils out of 1S.315. The Brooklyn City Bible Society was years ago. It organired forty-thre- e distributes Bibles in Brooklyn at the rate of 3,000 a year at an average an-: ' nual cost of as "many dollars. A Scotch clergyman at Ayr, a few days ago, prayed: "O Lord, Ues3'the Established Church, and tho iFreq Church, fcud tho United Presbyteria'n Church and all tho other churches Lord, by which they are called bless them all!" iV. J'. Herald. Henry Ward Boucher said recently. assaults "All the. 1. ..,! made upon religion la iv. nlirUioil it iWiVU 111 llluu. a.nllail it ,.u IU morQjnctlcal." and vthat I- S jauiicreii gives some !!,.- il'llirnk niiriil uuiua '7.- - thou knowest the a arious nicknames,' EA evVrrt his gog, -- y.?aa3iVJ1tfBtaU.,njanB)eU rruud sockets cutout -- t'ie to a frrent iSfcice awa hunter can nrrlv Gnat c.irc must bt taken that tlm ciin be fastened to the extreme end of b elog. in such a way tl it it cannot gfacruss two trees, and so gic thebriJa chance to use his enormous stren to tear himself loose. Neither must iBflo be loo large and heavv. or the sjfe result will iollow a maxim that a It may bo acoetfd grizzly caught i?ch a trap will ieul-uallordinarily m a few l get v loo-ie,i- iuobkht ;v arc little curved bits of steel at the cuttiug end. pointed like clii-t- a aw oi emmmmvm$MiMWttiili w men una c .sprvi-nic- n be duplicated in every """? with great ease. He says that fee SIK).(KK) dorrs t nat an nosses.-e- a ., ; ..; r jlt . Wk ii vilogsi.'i,wort:uess. lTrifHnA.Tviini . jut ,! !..,;.,.& le thl' ae the edges of the saw plates, and their little chisel bl.ulcs project slightly d the circle f the plate. There are various invnitious in movable teeth for all of them circular saw-- , an I 'u It an important part. the circle looks purely ornamental, but in reality it prevents the steel from splitting with the grain. Solid saws continue to be male in great numliers but the .nventors of the inova'de teeth, different patlervs of which arc made by all saw manufact urers, are deriving fortunes, bie.iu-- e leplaeed for a few newttcth i.m cents and in a few minutes, and the body of the aw remains the ske it was ue-u-l1 ihc fit into of fitt m make Kb poiunlS bf porKt which, in th atrcrcnate, is euual to bacon annuallj, 3l),f0 ,)! pound-o- f the direct worth $.'5,Ju0.iJi hi. This-i- s J it.aeu ;..... 4 ...., r5horc3Na.-tKUOyo tioit oirizRng rn-- children of devout-- " members of the church." Prof. E. J. James, while on a visit to Germany, last summer, asked the professors "of twelve German universities: "Do you think that too many young men are studying at the universities?'7 Almost uniformly the answer was: "There is no doubt of iu" "Germany," said one of the professors, "is foste'ring the growth of a class of professionally educated men for whom thore is no room in the professions and who arc too proud to go into business Result poverty or 'of any sort. -- -- -- sif ts; New-Yor- k. -- -- o y sit e d fr estab-lUhme- nt t'irec-eighth- s pro-vide- s - - 6;arIfo!!',ril9lBrSat -, -- -- - . W...-.- . WI-- UteB!A-4-?YkL- 1 'T-i- - A I 'mmeSSk sand-poun- d h, china-closet- ," first-cla- ss lf fellow-creatur- es - e. ke" thon-carufnll- -- ste to-d- i- - -- - e. Jl 1 m, l ner lat S-S- a r arm-chair- s, - high-salarie- - Fn-gla- nd gray-beard- ed . s y. J Bel-weathe- sail-bo- at " -- -- aiid-thu- . t'-tho- -- I s ak as-nrt- r-o- i - j ot mar-rip-- go ad-ilres- - -- t- - ,, , u, i i - -- -- -- " -t ,,. con-deratio- n. d, . w,i pv e . : vr I 'j f vi i"r 1 3s' The Hickman Courier. GEOnCE WARREN, Publisher. HICK1IAN. KENTUCKY MF LITTLE PLAYMATE. On threescore and ten: Ami when my daily tasks uro done, nl laid aside my pen, I call my little playmate In, Now passing on to three, ForJ have need as much of her As she has need of me. JourneyingI am a prandslrcyears close a strainer. the palls themselves were beavr wood, the pan? old and stopped some leakv. the holes to be renew eu, nt i.: ir"s' "' inthe shed, built a?riiincf tTiaMumnev that it raiffht not and only tVtA winter, : frckA "t, ' i.in.l window: the churn ni,o,i i was an old wooden one with a dasher, and even the "waddle" with which sbe worked her butter was whitticu out. 01 a m.v,L t L i.v Amasa himself, and tx-;-u K. , , She draws me from the world of fact. With all its seltlsh strife. Elio breaks the jiroy line of thought That makeup common lire: Sh. lures mo to her little world, Whore airy creatures dwell. Where all tlilnir dance In joy and light Bcucajh some magic spoil. ' Sie wakes nsraln those dreamy songs That never yet were sun;?: Which thrill tbroujrh happy little hoarts, (hit not (hrough human tongue; She carols Hko a morning lark To usher In the day. And urine back memories from a land T'hatlieth faraway. Her roundelays and Jingles make Such music iti my ear. With all her tricksy words and ways, 1 cannot choose out hear: Wte leave all other verso asido For that small classic lore Which Mother Goose has garnered up In her undying store. The naughty ways of Johnny Green, I'ho virtuous Johuny Stout; The boy in blue who lay asleep Whon cow and sheep were out; The robin sitting in the barn. With head beneath his wlnx. Because the snow is on the ground. And ho is cold, poor thing. u Then to her belonged the feeding of the pigs rraunt lean animals with sharp snouts ritlW backs, long legs and thin Hanks,' deep'sct eyes that gleamed with hun- intelligent j'aijce and never-sale- d ger. otcw almost afmid of them whonthpr elambcred up on tho vails of the pen in their fury for food, and Happed their pointed ears at her, squealing-an(- i for the scant fare thathe brought. Tor Amasa and overworked everything that belonged to him. ' hen there were hens to look after 'Vp-i1Miv was heaw and rou"-h- . , t ' un-doif- ed the d barn-doo- r of the little'chickens on which crows and cats worked their will if they dared to stray beyond the ruinous old coop contrived for them by Amasa's inventive genius out of sticks and stones. Add to all this the cooking, washing, baking and sewing, theinsullicient sup: l'ty,f Pi"k. potatoes and tough pies, the "biTd dinners," whose strength lay Tbe accident to Jack and Jill, in tho vegetables rathor than in the The hurrying little Jane, rlie man who scratched out both his eyes, small square of fat pork cooked with Ihpin In xi'iilti- Alld theni.tofwhu.'h Amasa invariably took rho,a.cUve cow that jumiicd the moon. tnolioa''sh.ire. '"These accumulating K3Tholnill that tnllnl Mm linll and labors all wore dav These are a few -- but many more Tnnnntnfimito in .!! by day on tho vitality of Mrs. Tucker, and when to these were added an anAnd then we play at coop and seek; nual baby, life became a terror and a The mystery Is small; We hide behind the nearest chair. burden to the poor woman. Or in the open hall; But what did Amasa care? He, too, .And every time that search Is. made worked "from sun to sun." Within this same small round. The happy shout of joy goo up "He 'farmed in the hard old fashion Because the lost Is found. with rude implements and no knowlO, let mo never grow too old edge but: To join In merry glee "My father done it afore me, so I am with any bright and laughlngchild a goin' to do it now; no use talkinV That climbs upon my kneo; Let mo still keep tho sportive mind One bv one the wailing, puny children Until my dyin-j- day. were laid away in the vard on top of For what is life, in all its length, Sandhill, where the old" Tuckers and ithout tho children's play? never-jeaing for made free with barn and woodshed for want of their own quarters, and were decimated even season by hawks, owls, skunks. weaels and foxes, to say noth-iu- g that wanted "creepers" Ho had been faithful alwavs 'to tho slry, delicate, dark-eyelittle jnrl who was his sweetheart, and now it was to Mary Peet ho hastened to ask her to share his life and home. He had intended to take a farm on shares tho next summer, and work his way slowiv upward to a nlaco of his own; now he had this hunored-aer- e farm, and to his preat surprise ho found ?;l,000 laid up in iuu win at jluoi a auius, mo Slow saving of his father's fifty years. He began at onee to set his house in order. He longed to build a new one, but Mary s advico restrained him, so ho did his bvst with this. Tho cellar ho cleared and white washed with his own hands, cleaned its one begrimed window and set two more, so that it was sweet aud light The houso was scrubbed from one end to the other, a bonfire made of the old. dirty comfortables and quilts, the kitchen repainted a soft yellow and new windows, with clear large glass set in place of the dingy old sashes. e The was tilled with dry wood and a good store of pine-cond Grartins ir VYe X. TARM AM) FIRESIDE. truth that every knew how to kinds of fruit and orna" the, dl . . , even the most comrno?'1 'm pecies in cl ration. But proP0Srij0saJtbatOn,b' a verv cultivate different methods e2"n? a t the propagation; sti'd, &VeJl Wf Sfr wish it could bfiV, Jerofagarden ., Boo hives should "Shystorlng." ocea-lionall- treesCS? wood-hous- es food, too, and yet catered ling. A new themselves in great measure and nine way irom r louUi'a Lompanton. THE TWO MBS. TUCKERS. "You can make the fire while I put the boss out," said Amasa Tucker, as he opened the back door of a ray house, set on the top of a treeless till, tracked here and there with aaths the geese had made in their daily journeys to the pond below, and onlv approached nt the back by a lane to "the great red barn and a rickety board gate set between two posts of the rail fence. This was Wealthy Ann Tucker's Sho had married Amasa that niornimj at her father's house, in Stanton, a little village twenty miles away from Peet's Mills, the town within whose wide limits lay the Tucker farm, and had como honie with him this early spring afternoon in the old wagon, behind the bon- - horse that did duty for Amasa's family carriage. airs. Tucker was a tall, thin voting woman, with a sad, reticent face", verv silent and capable. These hist traits hail been her chief recommendation to her mere was no sentiment tiusDanu. about the matter. Old Mrs. Tucker had died two weeks before this marriage, but Amasa was "forehanded," and knowing his mother could not live long had improved his opportunities-h- ad been "sparkin' " Wealthy Ann Minor all winter, in judicious provision for the coming event of his solitude. He had thought tho thing all over, and concluded that :t wife was cheaper than a hired girl, and more permanent; so, when he found this alert, handy girl living at her uncle's, who was a widower, on a great farm the other side of the village, Amasa made her acquaintance as soon as possible and proceeded to further intimacy. Wealthy liked better to work lor her undo than for a with si secondary children Jiut sho thought it would bo better still to have a house of her own; so she agreed to marry Amasa Tucker, and this was her homehome-coming. firm-jointe- d, step-fath- er green and imperfect glass, and lettiug in but just enough light to work bv. One corner to tho north was partitioned off to make a pantry, and a door by e the led out into the woodshed. Tho front of tho house contained two rooms. One opened into tho kitchen and was a bedroom, furnished sparsely enough; the other was a parlor, with chairs agmnst the wall, a round table in the middle, a with brass andirons and a family Bible onthe table, and a "mourning piece" painted in ground hair on Ihemantcl. Green paper shades and white cotton curtains, a rag carpet fresh as it came from the loom if its dinginess could ever be called fresh and a straight-backe- d sofa covered with green and yellow-glaze- d chintz, made as drearv . an apartment as could well be imagined. Wealthy shut the door behind her quickly and went to the shed for material to make her fire. It was almost 6imdown, and she was hungrv; but she found only the scantiest supply of wood and a few dry chips of kind-- , ling. However, she did her best, and she had brought some provisions from home, so that she managed to lay out a decent supper xn the rickety table by tho time Amasa cftuc stamping in from the barn. He looked disapprovingly at the pie, the biscuit, the shaved beef and tho elly set before him. ,HhoPye awaister. Wealthy," . hegrowlcd. "There's vittlo enough for a township, and the' ain' t but two"of lire-plac- coming. She opened the door into a dingy e room with an open at one end, a window on the north and one on the south side, small, pancd with old, fire-plac- high-backe- d, rush-bottom- fire-pla- fire-iron- a-n- 't K k-- .'i rmcle's. here she found harder burdens; she had to draw and fetch all the water she used from an well with a heavy sweep, picturesque to see, but wearisome to use; wood was scarce, .for though enough grew on the hundred acres that Amasa owned, he grudged its use. "1 sha'n't cut down no more than is really needful," he said, when she ured him to fetch her a load; "wood's alFers a grnwin' when ye ddn't cut it, and a makia' for lumber, and lumber's better to sell, a sight, than Ye must git along somehow with brush; mother used to burn next to nothin'," She did not remind him that his mothflr was bene double with rheumatism, and died of the fifth attack of pneumonia. Wealthy never wasted cord-wood. ell, our folks sent 'cm over, and you no need to eat 'cm," she answered cheerily. "I a'n't iroin' to: don't ve break into that jell; set it by; sometime or nuthcr soineuodv may be a coram' and you'll want of it." ealthy said no more: tliev made a supper of biscuit and beef, for the pie was also ordered ".-bv." She was used to economy, but not to stinginess, and she excused this extreme thrift in her husband more easily for the reason that she had been always poor, and she knew very well that he was not rich, to say least. But it was only the fcegmuing. Hard as Wealthy had worked at her et ns." " tlj word?. a. t. . ., ti S Then there were eight cows to milk, the milk to strain, set, skim, churn or make into cheese, and nothing but the simplest utensils to do it with. A cloth held over tho edge of the pail served recommend the follower: Melt together two pounds twelfjounccs of rosin aud one pound and ekren ounces of Burgundy pitch. At thSsnme time melt nine ounces of tallow pour the latter into tho former whre both are hot and stir the mixturo iSoroughly. Then add eighteen ounces ed ochre, ' dropping it in gradually aid stirring Uiilf After the the mi lure at the same Fertilizing Fruit Trees. has cooled oiiffickiitly for the dairy, several modem inven- composition a strange It appears at first tions to make the work of a woman work it well with the haadsJ Tor outdoor work in cool weathasBiis- wax is practice to root prune with a view to r, a set of chairs, a table and an rather hard, but if carriedfin a vessel ch"ck luxuriant growth and then to easy loungo for the parlor, some cremanure the soil to encourage the tree tonne, covered with apple blossoms and whoro it can be occasional- warmed to recover its stnngth ly the applicait is readily applied atuTJis quite white-thorclusters, and pails, brooms But this ia tion of a fertilizing a .rent and tinware that would have made durable. culti.All the above kinds of wrc may be the piacti e that many Wealthy a happy woman, crowded the it ep"dieut to adopt vators have over-fu-ll wagon" before they ttirned spread upon cloth or tough loper with where has ocen carried a brush when warm, and ster it homeward. out. The evplanali'n is that root prunthe paper or cloth nay be cm Tho old house legan to smile and properly performed only severs the blossom under this new dispensation, up into narrow strips of anyjpnvenlent ing largest roots and it is acknowledge-'snlicF or wYt size. In wliat is called and the new mistress smile, too. that thee large roots are only useful tnps ; Amasa milkod the cows for hor and uitdtte lnrnrlanee in fuioUur.-:i- i rm lifiud tho heavy tnu ot ihH'k to truin "?. biarchci. wliici,in the e if tre.n nnrtsNtoited. A l'ronFJba-ti- c into the bright new' pans; he tilled the the g WiUi a limit d surface, is woodbox by the stove twice a day, put known as "Lefort's Liquid Graft.!'' not and therefore tieir a patent piimp into the old well. and. as Wax" is made by melting orc pound"' .i a necessity. But anything that will tire and common rosin over a gentle it stood above tho house, ran a pi promote the formation of fibrous roots add og one ounce of beef tallow, ti down into a sink set in the woodshed, of the surbe well stirred in. Take it within a reasonable and so put an end to tho drawing and latter to face is essential to promote fniitfulnes-ifro.n the fire, let it cool down a lttle Kor this purpose many carrying 08' water. hae fouud. in The tat, round, placid pigs, that now and then mix in eight ouncesof alenliol dealing with a soil tb;:t i.s not natural lyenjoy ud themselves in the new pen, ho The alcohol will cool down tie Mixture nch, that it is necessary to apply a so rapidly that it may be nocesaary to took care of himself. of farm-yarmanure over the put it on the fire again. The imn-- t dressing encourage "'Ta'nt for women folks," he said. roots to care must be exercised to prevaat the number and extendthen to increase in "You've got enough to do, Mary iu usef.;lne-.s- . ther's the garden you' 11 have an eye on, tlcobol taking (ire This maiHc is Very much depends ;iton the charand the chickens if you're a mind to: highly recommended by tho napery-m- n acter of the soil aud the wav in which it done. of Franco, and it has been ed to is and a Then came a heavy blow. Lurana, I'm going to build a treated. When the soil is good and yard to It right oil", that'll be good ome extent in this country for $vers! deep, ami manure is fr ely applied to it a girl of fifteen, fresh" and prettv as a years. It is imported in tin box and for the use of vegetab'e crops grown wild rose, and tired "of the pinching enough for you as well as the chickens, soed storai, economy, the monotonous work, and and I want you shall promise if any- iiMially kept on sale at near the trees, no surface manuring We might give many other reeipe life of the farm, ran awav time the work gets a mite hefty anil will he re tiired. But in the case of grinding is set apart for with a tin peddler and broke her worries you. you 11 speak right out. 1 for making grafting wax and mVtic. gardens where a spa-mother's heart; not in the physical sense can afford to have everything else worn but believe that the above art thbet, fruit trees of this lorni. and where no ind that the one made simp'y of wsin. manure is applied for the use of other that hearts are sometimes broken, but out rather than my wife." Keally, it paid! It does pay, my beeswax and tallow is as good s any crops, it is oftei iiectsnry to give the the weary woman's soul was set on this bright, winsome child, and her life lost masculine friends, to give any woman over invented. Some nurscrynfgn of trees the benefit of a layer of manure oil on the all its scant savor Miien the blooming a kindly word now and thpn:ff you had late years have substituted immediately after the root clear young voice left her for- done it oftener, or your fathers had in Tor tallow, and while it may answer for pruning is compli ted. The proper way face and tho past, tho rights of women nevoi ome kinds of trees, wo are inclked to to apply the dressing is to remove four ever. don't blamelier none, Amasev," would have angered or bored you as think it is injurious to those wUSverv or five inches of the soil over the roots "I she sobbed out to her boy, now a stout they do now; or nnscxed and made stri- thin bark. Wc have known Wera'l and then lay the manure on them, have fellow of twenty-two- , raging at his dent and clamorous that half of crea instances where losses tho use ocojrred placing tho soil back again on the top of 111 in of it. Unless the boil is very poor and tion which is and always was unreasonthnt were attributed to sister's folly. feel to blame her. I know able enough to have" hungry hearts. making the wax used in grafting! Ar. the growth weak, once in three years "1 can't i see! will be often enough to apply the dressr 'tis more'n a girl can bear to live this Try it and was wise above his genera- r. Sun. Amasa ing. But in an extreme case it may be bed to, hut it's been dreadful way I've tion; he had seen his mother suner and An Eccentric Funeral. applied annually. In our own cae. in hard -- dreadful hard. I've wished learned a lesson. Mary never pined one part of tho garden whoro the soil is once I could ha' laid down along more'n An old woman named Mary Bobln-soof to with the little babies out there on the for kindly appreciation hadher work, or who is said to have l'eenwell not very good, we find it neccaryand help in it. v hen she a door cut take notice of the growth of trees, hill, so's to rest a spell; but there was through into tho pnrler, the stiff known throughout London as?"the you and Lury wanted mo, and so my and sofa banished, the tlowcry chairs queen of the costermougers, was if we find any of them not quite so vigcurtains orous as they should be, we apply thu time hadn't come." buried in Finohlcy Cemetery. hung at either window, the gay "Amasey, you're a man grown now. put down and the new furniture carpet She at one timc'usfcd to have a $(iU in manure oftener than on tho bettor set in and if you should get married, and I place, with her wedding present an Somcrstown. and of latcyears haifbren ground where the growth is of average s' pose you will, men folks seem to think an easy stuffed rocker drawn up to a vendor of cats' meat it is Mated vigor. Engli$k Gardener. it s needful whether or no, do kinder tho table, on which laytwo weekly pa- that she amassed a fortunftof 50.000. make it easy for her, poor cretur! pers and a magazine, she had stillsense It was her custom to lend cojtcrmongers The Kind of Potatoes for Seed. Don't grind her down to skin and bone, enough left to make this hitherto sacred money on Fridays and Satunlaysto go The time is arriving when the perilike me, dear; ta'nt just right, I'm sure apartment into a real sitting-rooto market with, "they payinrhcr for the on't, never to make no more of a where every evening sho anu Amasa loan a shilling in the pound. Sfce was odical questions winch are not aud woman than cf she was a horned critter; rested, rcail or tt'lked over the day's a most eccentric woman. Shepaiil, never will be settled come up for annuOno of these is imdon't do it." doings, and when tho first fat, rosy twenty years ago to Mr. S!rnup, of al discussion. "Mother, I never will!" answered the baby came and Mary was about again, Caledonian road, 20 for ler funeral portant just now that is, what is the son, as energetically and solemnly as if it added another pleasure to have the expenses. Owing to tho ruoor that tho best kind of potatoes for seed. Some ho were taking his oath. old cradle beside them all evening with deceased in hfr will had ordered that think large ones are tho host, some But Wealthy was nearer to her rest its sleeping ti ensure. her remains should be earned to the b dieve small ones arc as good as any, thanT8licskncw. Thn enemy that lurks white and others fancy the medium size arc Can I tell in word3 what a sense ol grave by four men woas? in dirt, neglect, poor food, constant peace and cheer pervaded this house smocks, and that twentyjour young to bo preforretl. Jfo doubt all are drudgery and the want of every whole- - l10ld. in spite of some failures and women should follow weamg violet nr right, for as a small cion grows to be a some and pleasurable excitement to troubles? If the rye did blast one year, purple dresses. Paisley bawls, hats large and vigorous tree as quickly as a mind or body, and when least expected the two be?t -- ows die another: if a'wea-se- l with white feathers in thea and while large one. and a small bud makes as good a branch as a large one, so a swoops dowii and docs its fatal errand once invaded the new and wonder- aprons; that some moneyfwas to t e in the isolated no less than ful and slaughtered the best spent in drink for costQmongers at small potato, which is really a small in the crowded city slums the scourge docn of Plymouth Rocks; if sweeping certain public houses shejjame'd, and branch or a small bud. is as likely to of New England, typhoid fever broko storms wet the great crop of hay on the that there was to be a banifof music in grow as vigorously ami produce as gardenout in the Tucker homestead. big meadow, or an ox broke its leg in a attendance, some thousand of persons well as a large one. A Wealthy turned away from her week- post-hol- e still there was home to come congregated in Bemerton freet, where er once grew more than a thousand ly bakinjr&ne Saturday morning, back to, and a sensible, cheerful woman she lived, along the Calcdjhian road pounds of potatoes fiom one tuber. as the ast pie was set on the broad to i00k on tho bright side of things and along the route to Finlhley CemeHo sprouted it in a hot bed in the winpantry shelf, and fainted on tho kitchen when Amasa was discouraged. tery. The concourse of pefoio'blocked ter, pullod off tho sprouts and potted floor, where Amasa the vounger found But on the whole, things prospered: the streets for a time, and i some caes them as fast as they gre v and wore reher an hour after, muttering, delirious and as Amaa heard the sweet laughter persons paid for windowi to see the newed from the eyes, and as the young Tho coffin, svSich Was of plants became large enough, they were and cold. of his happy childi en, and met the procession. What he could do then or the village calm .smile of his wife. lii could not. lm handsome polished oak, lore a brass made into cuttings and these potted, doctor, or an old woman who called j i00k back on his mother's harassed and plate with the inscription "Mary aud so on until the season fur planting herself a nure was all useless; but tho sad experience, and give a heartfelt Robinson, aged 71, died January 1, potatoes wns over. Several hundred best skill of any kind would have been sigh to tho diuerence uctween the two 18$ 1." It was reported thi the corpse plants were set out in all, and the prodequally futile. Sho was never con- - Mrs. Tuckers, unaware how much i was shrouded in whito satfi and that uct was tho largest overgrown from scious a?ain for a week; then her eyes was due to his own senso of justice and round the head was a wlat'e wreath. one potato. If potatoes can thus bo The funeral car was coverfd with ex- grown, and as a matter of fact they can, seemed to sec what was about her once affection. v more. Sk looked up at her boy, laid Ono of the morals atta?hed to this pensive wreaths and cro5eg. There why cannot a very small cutting; or "be planted and proher wan cheek on Iter hand, smiled simple sketch, my friends, is the great were in tho procession, besides the rela- even the eyo itself and died use and necessity of being good to your tives and friends of the deceased, a duce a crop? If this, then, can be done, it certainly seems a waste of time Hardly had her wasted shape been wives. Kose Terry Coolcc, in Walcr-bur- y great number of pony-caJtdonkev-barroand cab3, all bein overfilled to dispute about'tho kind of seed that put away' nnder the mulleins and hard-hacAm&rican. with costermongers. The deceased, it is best to bo used for planting. But it when her husband came in from -- Amonir the emigrants at Castle was said, left a sum of l01o bo spent is best to be safe, and it is entirelv with the same the smitten plague." Hft was harder to conquer. Garden the other day were five in drinks and ten shillinm for pipes safe to choose the very best and soundtubers for est of the medium-sizeThree weeks of alternate burning, sinkto twelve and tobacco after tho Hneral.S' ranging from four seed; keep them cool and dry, so that I ing, raving and chills, ended at last in years, who had come from Ireland un- - James1 Gazelle. t t they will not bo weakened by sproutthe grav and grim repose of death for attended. of the quartet was A woman who desires arfear coming; and then, when the time comes, him. aad another Amasa Tucker labeled "To be left till called for." reigned alone in the old bouse on the Their parents, who came to this country plexion must give up naffon- a small plant them in good soil, give them the ' hill. year ago, called for them the moment waist, unless she has it witaout lacinrr. cleanest cultivation, and protect them Tight lacing gives ono J red nose. from the Colorado beetle. AT. Y. Times. It s sot to be supposed that in all they arrived. Xew York Tribune. And who would not rather Vave a large i " years Amasa the younger had William Brettell, aged twenty, son been blind tnfhp charms of the other At the city jail jn Portland, Ore., waist and a white nose ti&m n small est IJromwich, lacing of an ironfounder at 8ex; he had not "been with" every girl ; "PQ the inside floor a prisoner has vaist and a red nose? ilso prevents regular circulation, England, committed snicido recently wflo west to school with him, or whom ; written. nyriuDingiiicwniiewasno;iine chills, heartburn, ao aSco of down a cupola in which iron he metj'it sinking school or spelling iron platiug with hts hngen "Uod bless smiled at him from our home," "All people who enter tiseases which are far worst? andanoro was being melted. The iron v:as at matca6or who her $u4uy bonnet, as ho manfully hero leave hope be'niad." "Welcome" lisfiguring than a large. wajstcca- - vhite heat at the time, and death musl xavc been instantaneous. "hal'dug lis end" in the village choir. ' and "Shut the door." Chicago Herald. yo inter uccun. m self-wille- uieir uiianis lay airea.lv ; a rough inclosure, full of mulleins, burdocks and thistle, overrun with low blackberry vines and surrounded by a rail fence. It had been much handier for the Tuckers to have a graveyard close by than to travel to live miles the mills with every funeral; and they were not driven by public opinion in regard to monuments; they all lay there like the beasts that perish, with but one slant grav stone to tell where the first occupant left his tired bones. Two children of Wealthy's sunived. Amasa and the oldest and youngest of seven. Amasa, a considerate, intelligent boy, who thought much and said little, and Lurana, or "Lury," as her name was generally given, a mischievous, d little imp, the delight and torment of her little worn-ou- t mother. Young Amasa was a boy quite bevond his father's understanding; as soon as he was old enough he bejran to help his mother in every way that he could devise. And when his terra at the village school was over, to his father's great disgust he trapped squirrels and gath ered nuts enougti to earn mm monev and subscribe for an agricultural paper, which he studied every week till its contents were thoroughly stored in hi head. Then began that "noble discontent" which the philosophers praise. The elder man had no peace in his ways; the sloppy wate of the barnyard was" an eyesore to this d foller,"s his fathor derisively called him. Awlthe allies of the wood firo were saved and sheltered like precious dust., instead of being thrown into a big heap to dlify the wandering hens. That duiolafe garden was dowed, fertilized, and set in order at ast, and the great nigged orchard manured, the apple-tree- s thinned and trimmed, and ashes sown thick over the old mossy sod. Haw thee things vere not done in a day or a year, but as the boy grew older able to cope wfth his father's self conceit, more was done annually, not without much opposition and many hard words, but still usii-uuii-u Lu-rana. old-world and chopped brush and kindmilk-roowas built a inc uacK door, over a tiny brook that ran down the hill north of tho house, and under theslatted floor kept up a cool draught of frash air, a covered passage connected it with tho kitchou, anda'door into the old milk nnm made of that a convenient pantry, while the removal of tho old one from the kitchen corner gave to that apartment more room, air and light A new stove, with a sot boiler, filled up tho hearth of the old but further improvements Amasa left for Ma.y. g A different from his mother's sho had, indeed, on just such a spring day as Wealthy eame bore. The kit.'hen shone elean and bright; a bowl of pink arbutus blossoms made its atmosphere freshly sweet, and tho fire was laid ready for her to light, the shining rilled, and the pantry held such stores as Amasa's masculine knowledge of household wants could suggest; Hour, butter, eggs, sugar, all in abundance, and no feast of royalty ever gave more pleasure to its most honored guest than the hot biscuit Mary made and baked for their supper; tho stowed dried apples, the rich old cheeo and the fragrant tea gave Amasa this happy oveuing. Next day they took their wedding trip to Peet's Mills'in the new and sensible farm wagon Amasa had just bought, with a strong, spirited horse to draw it. "I want you should look around. Mary," he had said the night before, and see what is; needful here. I expect 'most everything is wanting, and wo can't lay out for finery. But lirst of all, get what'll make your work easv. Your weddin' present will come along to day we'll buv necessities." Mra. Peet had not sent her only girl m firo-place, who do tLeir 0ttBambe,r.f P"i budding of fniit Screes nereasing every ably continue to do i1 Jro-cowill no longer InZ's Jercd tho Mwcia, property of grafters. (CfasiOIlllUy n after WB,i watching itinerant grafter working in will become satisued tho manual part of the opegJoi a? well as the man ho ,.s but if ho sc-k- s information of the wax ureaCavlerinff tho wound made m the treef pon. he is very likely to be $,rmcll tuftt it is a trade secret, whichM i,e divulged for a certain sum, and uMialHputs an end to further inve&alion n that direction. We do noinnoSc. how- ....... ..IIW.JI. ever, fhnff tiirw.k IMUlUfm..l rrafters jp UU.U i ...i.iu gu jiuoiii .t- me county se,.j,no- employment, know anvthr their business that has not bg m,bfehed a uiousauu times; out in lio do not &" jefiiffl wff hisSd rogV in thu winter, and the dead bees and dirt wopt out. Exdiange. If potntocs are to be cook-- d :n thoir jackets, a coare cloth out iuto the water to ruo them with, not onh makes them cleaner, but saves Umo and the hands. Troy Times. The want of pure and fresh water accounts in many instances for the lack of eggs during the winter season. Fowls require a constant supply of without it will not lay. water. be raised y cs ad Prairie Farmer. mo-ni- l nurff.for .J pro-fe-sio- emplor 4 n.fj. af -- - homo-comin- read agricultural anf horde!"! journals and books are la wan! of the met, and tnerelore in aeil to think that there mav be so DrofeSSioual secrets not usually dicl l totne pulie, and that one of these., tfcq compo- - tea-kett- le to tho new house." A good mattress, two pairs of blankets, fresh, light comfortable, and some cheap, neat, white spreads; a set of gay crockery, a clock and a roll of bright ingrain carpoting had all come to the soon after the bride's arrival; her ample supply of sheets and pillow-casestrong towels and a few s had been sent the day before, so this sort of thing was" not noedod; but there was a new churn bought, and altogether now furnishings empty-hande- d farra-houso s, table-cloth- weather add a little morsillow, or if in warm a little loss. In wrope. Burgundy pitch is more genfiHy jwed in making grafting wax tSn in this country. Some of the Frfl3h nursery-mo- u ainun ui me various Klijrrauing wax or other mictnouiHrJfa- The primitive comport"' us'd for covering wounds and jds made in grafting was clay and fw manure. Any good kind of "clay $ taken, and two parts of this was mM with one part of cow manure, all l beaten together in order to make 1S tough as possible. Sometimes aj'tile finely chopped grass was add! to give it toughness. This compoPon was in years common use more thag?.' ago, and is still used byprdeners in grafting certain kinds J plants that has that might have a soft sponge-lifc- o be injured by composition coiitaiuing oil or groac. p The composition of gt,n wn' i1 almost as variable as tfufli'as of tho men who use it, and thenrc scores of recipes for making it. Oof tho oldest, and, wc think, one ofRhe best for outdoor use. is composed 3 four parts of common rosin, two parjrof beeswax and about one and half psS of tallow; all are malted togetherovga moderate tire and well stirred boforjlhe mixture cools. If it is to be ueam very cool Feeding a baby: Young mothers may not be aware that if the point of the tpoon be hold against the roof of it is almost impossible for the the child either to choke or ejeet the fluid. -- The An exchange recommends the following as an unfa'ling remedy for 'Splint"1 in horses: Take oil of amber, oil of spike, spirits of turpentine, equal 'jiiantity of each. Apply twice a day aud greae with a little lard. Sauco for Game or Poultry: Put Into a stewpan and set on a slow lire, a quarter of a pint of vinegar, three tablc-spofills of olive oil, a bunch of herba, and spice to Add to tho is hole some good gravy, and serve hot. Boston Olol-eThe fact has long been well known that wood ashes pla ed in kegs or wooden boxes and set in wooden outhouses, haoset the buildings on tire, pven many hours afterward, llenee tho importance of putting such ashes iu iron vessels, and of storing in buildings of masonry. -- It is. the American Cuflirn'or pays, af.utthat the wheat crop in some tf the older States is now twice and oltcn as it was three times as large per oftecm years ago. It ascribes this improvement largely to the buying of HoH-ehol'L on ta-t- e. . "Shystcring' prevails it' nil h courts of New York at this nmu ? n greater extent than at any othpt time for years past. Unscrupulous lawyers combine with each other to get into cases under various pretexts at the cost of tho client. A favorite pretense is for tho lawyer originally contracted with to urge a client to let a clerk in his office appear as the attorney of record on the ground that it is more dignified for the client to appear to hire both an attorney and a counsel in tho cause, and that such double appearances impress the court. Often it will bo urged that the clerk whom it is desired shall appear as " attorney of record" is new in his profession, or that it will be a great advantage to a worthy and st niggling young man to apjicar to be connected w ith an important suit, or that tho client can then do a charitable act without it costing him anything. If he is foolish enough to consent, then the clerk becomes the attorney in fact; ho pays disbursements out of the client's purse, becomes entitled to the "taxable costs" aud if anything is collected on judgment it must first be paid iuto his hands, because he is tho "attorney of record." And nothing ever reaches "the clientun-ti- l the the clerk gets paid a goodfee. tho amount.of which is fixed by him$elf. If he "kicks" the client has another suit on his hands, while the money is hfcld. This is done every day in Now Y?rk courts. A. Y. Graphic In an article contributed to tho Nineteenth Century on "Covert ShooBromley-Davenpo- Do A HUSTER'S STOIiY. ff was OTercome and the Way by which He vrsis Finally Saved. Correspondence Spirit oi KKH LATA kTI i Tirentr r catarrhL"fI and rom jm. TheEndofrln crlnBf - j a-r- c superphosphates and other commercial fertilizers. Broken Goblets: Many goblets get broken off at the foot, and there is nothing nicer to keep 'elly in, if only they would stand up. This they can be "made to do by lioring holes in a board with a bit tne size of the haft of the goblets, and far enough apirt so that the rims of the gltse- will just touch each other. Soda water: For the synip take two pounds sugar, two ounces tartarg ic acid: over tin pour three pints water. When cool add whites of three eggs beaten stiff, half cup of Hour stirred very smoothly in ejjgs, one half ounce wintergrcen or other fasoring. Put two tabletpoonful of this synip in a glass, fill nearly full ol tea-- p water, then add on ol f soda. Detroit Post. Lovers of that sturdy old New England dish, baked beans may be glad to know of a new wrinkle in k preparing it, suggested by Mr. in the Sew tnilaml t'trmcr. "I believe." he says "if people generally knew what a delicious disli celery makes with common baked beans thert would be a larger sale for it. Chop up the celery line and mix it with the baked beans; season with vinegar and mustard to taste; you will call for a second plate of it every time.", - ting," Mr. rt lays down tho following sensible rules as "to the use of tho gun: 1. Kegard tho gun lis what it is an enemy to life; carry it loaded or unloaded, with the muzzle vertical to earth or sky. 2. Whenload-iuafter inserting the cartridge, close the breach by raising tho butt of the gun, not the barrel. 8. In cover, with guns or stops forward, never shoot at a low pheasant, woodcock or any bird. 4. Isever shoot long shots at ground rame. 5. Norm shoot orrnumi rnm. on the sky line or any hilly or undulating ground in tho covert. G. Never "iof-on" to any bird or beast crossing the line or level of any human being or domestic animal. g, Ikj'iI-in- o-i- one-hal- l'hil-bric- - en-ie- - n ex'-el'cn- t fp-un- root-prunin- g ha-cool- ed "book-learne- ! oTjth vbpv ( a-- fruit-bearin- ce . ami-mor- d hon-hou- so -- lin-o- kl ro-'t- -- n, Col. E. G. Cooper has told the Denver News of a hairbreadth escape he had from death in the jaws of a Colorado mountain li.n. Ho was skating on a lake near his gold mine, and the Hon sprang for him. There was a chaso for some miles, the Colonel occasionally getting the best of tho lion by making a sudden curve. At length one skate began to looiien, and he felt that tho supreme moment was at hand. lie had heard that music might soothe a brute, and he began to sing, but this enraged tho lion, and, bethinking himself of a agony?" "lry, I should think I did try. I tried rival newspaper ho had in his pocket, he every "doctor that camo within my roach drew it forth and read tho lion to sleep. and all the proprietary medicines I could e bear of. I used washes and liniments The Utica HeraUl estimates that tho enough to last mo for all time, but the only new Capitol building at Albany, N. Y., relief I received was by injections of will cost 25,000,000 before it is com" Well, you talk in a very strango manpleted. ner for a man who has tramped around on o a day like this and in a swamp like this. 125 Vears Old. How in tho world do you dare to do it?" " Because I am completely well and ns Moasrs. Francis Newberry it Son, London, England, established for ItSyeors, Found as a dollar. It mays seem strange, that I was entirely tho writ: As a testimonial from one of tho but it b true all driven out of my cured;; my blood rheumatism s oliUst in Great Britain, re- joints reduced to their natjal size aud my specting your household remedy, will no strength made as great as over before, by doubt be of interest to you, we are pleaned means of taut great and simple remedy, to make the statement that we have sold Warner's Sufe Rheumatic Cure, which I believe saved my life." St. Jacobs Oil with satisfaction to the c " And so you now have no f oar of rheufor povernl year, and that owing to the matism?" " Why, no. Even if it should come on, 1 extraordinary merits of tho article, the is continually increasing, und that can cifsilv get rid of it by using tho sau.Q we bnve heard of many favorable reports remedy." The writer turnol to leave, as it was regarding iu great virtue ss a growing dark, but before I had reached the remedy. dty prorinely the same symptoms I had just heard described came upon mo with "Life is a riddle." Tbat ia probably the grvat violence. Impressed w ith tho hunt-e- r reason w'hy suicides want to got riddle life. story, I tried tho same remedy, and Boston Transcript, within twsHty.four hours all pain and in hum Ifini flt flamiRfttioa. bftd disappeared. If any readSoniotlilnc for nil thn rronchpr. er is suffering from any manner of c R.-H. H. Faiiail. D. i., editor of the or neuralgic troubles Lica Methvdift, says editorially, in the lief let him by all means and desires r same November (leU) number of hii pnpor: great remedy. Aud if nry try this d ubt reader " We have tested the merit of Ely's Cream the truth 01 the above incident or its stateBalm, and believe tbat, by a thorough ments 1st thwn write to A. A. Coates, course of treatment, it will cure almost ovBrookmere, N. Y., .vho was tho man with er- case o. catarrh. Ministers, as a class, whom the conversed, and are afllicted with head and throat troulles, themselves writer truth or falsity. convince of i;s J. R. C. and catarrh seem more prevalent than ever. We cannot recommend Ely's Cream Walnut Hair Itestorer Balm too highly." Not a liquid nor asnull. Is entirely didVrent from all others. It is Applied to the nostrils witu the finger. as clear as water,and,as it", name indicates, is a perfect Vegetable Hair Itestorer. It " I'm afraid, Bridget, that we will not will immediately free the head from danbe able to live together any longer." "An1 druff, restore gray hair to its natural color, Mir, mum, where is it ye'd be goin'? " 5f. and produce a now growth where it has Y. Neics. fallen off. It does not in any manner afSugar of J. W. Graham, Wholesale Druggist, oi fect the health, whichSilver preparations Lead and Nitrate of Austin, wri'os: I Imvo been handwill faded done. ling Dr. "Vu Hall's Balsam for the Lunqs have ia a fewItdays changeU light or c;lossv to a nutiful for tho past year, and have found it one of hair Each the most salable medicine I have ever had brown. is Ask your drurgist for it. warranted. John D. Pak & bottle ' for Coughs, Colds and Consumption. faoxs. Wholesale Agents Cincinnati, Ohio, A sign in Clevelnud read: " Ico Kream and C. N. Crittkntox, 2s. Y. Salltmo," which is probably tho worst fcgrQnnnMty and QuaMty. In the d cold spell of tho season. Chicago Journal. Dyes more coloring Is given thar In known dyes, and they givo faster and Bo'h Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable any e brilliant colors. 10c at all druggists. moi Compound and Blood I'm itlr are prepared W lis, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. 233 and L'S5 Western Avem e, Lynn, at Mas. Price of oither, $1. Six bott.es for Sample Card, 32 colors, aud book of direcit. Sent by mail iu the form of pill-- , or of tions tor 2c stamp. lozenges, on receipt of price, 41 ler box for A messenger of Health. ei'hor. ilrs. Fir.kham treoly answers all Sent free to sufforers from nervous, letters of Incloo 3c stamp. Send chronic add blood dibeasfs, brain and heart for pamphlet. Mention this paper. affections, nervous debility, etc. It tells of wonderful curej effected by Dr. Scott's Coca, Sudden Changes of Weather are proBeef and Iron, with Phosphorus. Sold by ductive of Throat Diseases, Coughs, Colds, etc. Effectual roliot is found in the uso of druggists; $1. Dr. Scott, Kansas City, Mo. Browx's Bronchial Troches. I beueve Swift's Specific has saved my " It quiets the patient, and ultimately cures life. I had virtually lost use of the upper him." A late oncomiuuion Samaritan nervine. part of my body and my arms from tha poisonous effects of a larga cancer on my The short, backing cough, which leads to neck, from which I had suffer, d for twenty Consumption, is cured by Piso's Curo. years. S. S. S. has relieved me of all soreness, and the poison is being forced out of If nrtllcted with Soro Kyos, uso Dr. Isaao will soon bo well. Thompson's Eyo Wator. DrufRlsU sell it. 23c. my system. R--IRobinson. Davisboro. Ga. W. Mr. Qmvek 5IrEns.of fronton, O., says: Farmers Try It : A'enilne cured me of general debility." Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Improved Butter. Color will be found to be the only Hard to Believe. become rancid. Test color thnt It Is bard to beliove tha' a man was cured oiland you willwill not It. It will not color of a Kidney disease after bis body was it butVr"nulk prove lt Rives the brightest color swollen as big as a barrel and ho had been the given up as incurable and lay at death's of any made, and is tho strongest and door. Yet sued a cure was accomplished therefore the cheapest. by Kidney-Woin tho person of M. M. Hale's ITonry of Horehoand nnd Tar Devuronux, of Ionia, Mich., who sayg; If timely used prevents galloping consump" After thirteen of the best doctors in De- tion. Pike's toothache drops euro in ona min. troit had givon me up, I was curod by Kidney- Wort. I 7ant eve ry ono to know iyht a boon it is." THE GREAT GERMAN mor-phin- ." drug-bouseimb-Hdo-tnanntn-curin- XQ&VfRnt unusual adventure which recently coaiMer HFonJ n I hT- warred to your correspondent while huntsrrh ui ma recocaicruucu il w ing at Brookmere in this State Is so timely ruAvrrvFDWw c, ral nu&xiDTxririiua .T&C? :s? and contains so much that can be mado HC- rr,n.l relulU.-- D. Lata wJ5&PH T nJgglnson. 14Jiu. uaDie to all readers, that I venture to ra j ' jy 2 oireei, onicas. aim Crenm ft "produce It entiro: CK JnkS eanjesnoDaln. GtreJ ay was R mos Inclement one and relief st once. Cleanse nead. Came. "jo snow quite deep. Rabbit tracks were Is &$Z-' ftAVX' 1 secretions. Plentiful, but they principally led in the lndammiUou. oirection of a la ge swamp, in which the WSicSV V " UA A thoroneh treatment r&bbitv nnillil nm OT.itlitfM.t- 4ff!m,lt.. Kit- will core. N, t qnld or muff. Applied wltji 105 Sold by drussju. iUUtd wnere the hunter constantly broke through flJf iilforclru-i- r. .u .wu, OUI.iMK 1UIAJ IUO UUU'llUUJU IXX BBOTTTEKS. Dnjpptrtj. Owco. N. T. jure to his knees. otwiths nnding tboso "'acuities, the writer had persevered, A SPECIFIC FOff a very small bag of gamo was tho resale Whho tramping about through a Epilepsy, particularly malarial portion otthe sw&mp, :KEVEa FAIL bpcumt, Convnl- J. a lioddlo aged man suddenly came imo view carrying a n uzzlc loading n -completely loaded down with game of AlrnhnL T,r,. tuafiuest description. Natural curiosity, i Hii from the involuntary onvy that inOpium Eat- stinctively arose, prompted the writer to entfr1nto conversation with the man, with r v "Vr Scrofula, King tbffifollowing result: You've had fine success, where did you Ugly Blood get Diseases, Dytptp- "Hight i ere, in tho swamp." sia, Nervousness, "It's prct y rough hunting in these parts, JTeauaelie, Sick especially whon a man bvs up to his waist (GGM9iBgBWa Rheumatism, every other step." "Yes. it's not very pleasant, but I am JVemma Weakneu, Brain Ybrrj, Etowl Seres, used to It and don't, mind it." Biliousness, CWwwww, NerTouarrosuation, 'Howlonghave you hunttd hereabouts?" Kidney Troulles tnd Trrmutaritks. "Why, bless you, I have lived here most Tpuraonlal. of my life and hunted up to lea years ago Samaritan Nervine is doing wonders. Hr. J. O. McLemo'.n, Alexander City, JUs, every year." tn .it ma) it iwrt. " How does il happon you omitted tho Ir. F. Laashlin, Clyde, Kansas; last ten years?" 'Iteured where phycians failed." Because I was scarcely ablo to move, -mucffl. ss hunt.'! ryCcrrcspondence freely naiwered ea " Iiln't understand you?" ' Well, ycu see, aboul ton yoars ago, nf h. s. a.Sold by All1KB. co.. st. Joseph. a bad teen trimming around all day in DruRstets. this Wino swamp, I felt quite a pain in ray IOBB, STOTJTESStrRQ &C0., Acett. Chicago, HI. aatls 1 didn't mtnd it very much, but it kept troubling me lor a day or two, and I could sco that it kept increasing. Tho next thing I knew, I fell tbesame kind of a pain in my snouitier ami l lounu it patnod me to move my arm. This thing kept going on and increasing, and though I tried to My baby ill montb.1 old brolc-- oat with some kind ot think shake off the feeling and make live It was only a little tempo ary trouble, I akin burner, and al'erbctm; trvatcd die. nionlbJ by my family physician, was to found that it did not go. Shortly after this reummrnded Shift's givrn up and the The druggist ellsct wai as my joints began to ache at the kneos and I miraculous. My child fina'ly became o bad tbat I t ad to remain Ersttfyfcg as It was dlvane Is cone, and he liaoen got well, all traces of the as fat as in the house most of the time." J- - Kiklasd, MiBtJen. Ruslc Couaty, pie" And did you trace all this to the tact that a I hav-- J. icffered for many yean i rora idem Texas. on my i youhadhunte I so much in this swamp" Urzeaodpalafal, dariaswhlehtteie " No, I didn't know what to lay it to, but less, almost everything to eCsrt a cere, bet la vain. I Hsnt I I knew tha' I was in misery. .My joints to3fc by adrtae of rtend, and In a swelled until it seemed as though ail tho inert Swift's Seclfle tooad and well. a t was cared time flesh I had loft was bunched at the join's; Eower J. llnixc Beaumont, Texas. my finger crooked in every way and some In fact, Oar Treatise on Blood aad Slda Diseases mailed frea of them became every joint in my body seemed to vio with to applicants. the others to see" which could becomo tho. co.. tub swift largest and causo me the greatest suffer-inDrawer 4, Atlanta, Ga. way several years passed on, In this New York OSce, 1S9 West 3d St.. tetwten Sixth during which timo 1 was pretty nearly and Seventh Aveaues. I bwanw so nervous and sensihelpless. tive that I would sit bolstered up in tho chair and call to people that entered the room not to come renr me, or even touch TMs poroai plarter Is my chair. While all this was going on, I abeolatsly t.W bat ever Celt an awful burning heat and fever, with made, combining tho occasional chills running all over my body, virtues cf bops wita , bal.tams and lmt. Aennrinllv nlnnc mv hnrV Anil through ... ,l,,illar Than milnmvlilnnil!.oTnu1 ' tracts. IU power U wonderful la curlns diseases whrra oUw- - Plters simply nlievo. Crick la too Hick and ". r.Ji.!i...i to be boiling and my brain to bo on fire." Keelc, I"a.a ia f e S..'.e or SHU Joints and slnseWs. " Didn't you try to prevent all this Uldney Uheuiaatism, Necxala, Ssro Chest. An Ik of the Times.) LVS S?FAMBfltt IJ37.. miBrts ci6K -- ctrrcal hendavh never fonml anything aJtord lastlnj relW Cj s ..T.lU I tried ITrsm lla'in. ,t I t3T 1 .....i wA tf ray nwi fl cnr.-J- . - .3 - &&Atfv&&i Vol'l18 1 .R:3 f- - - AK-it- p I -- S&BiT4fe . shot-gu- J e at-Id- isim ai:tn-game?- BEBVE Fi, $1-5- 0. ' 4ut-- - t. m wsm . mys-el- f ie. - or-e- double-jointe- d. c 4M (TJin-i- ex-- 1 PLASTER ( ncirt anj liver, sd ah pains eraebes lnsnyfartccrtdlastantlybytlio DapPialrr. V3?T7 It. rrloea cta or nro.tor JLM. R Affections ot hc 3- bowels ,.. A Mailrdon receipt of pries. 'Sold by all dracrcUJs and country atorca, Proprietors, Bostoa,' ilass. Hop tlaaltr Company, - loss of dl5eac3otth t7Fur cont.puion, 8o?tifteh appetite anilPS1K SS ttml tfce irwlrys IArer 4 ceats. . . LYDIA and m mM E. PIHXHAM'S . COMPOUND VEGETABLE is a posrrrn: ccitn roit All those painful Complaints teaVnees 1 so eemron" g TEUALE OrCLATIOS. XVLty J '" rrltt II la HaM, flS r lmntpftna. tojiitmat imliwj IU imrpott It, eotflf fjr f IMreUtf iw.n, and 4uuat andda, thomadi ofiadltteau giudtt ttttify.all it cUim to wtll care entirely all Ovarian tmoWrs, IafliuBraii-- ti It and DisfJaceswBts, aad anJ Cltration, onsmuaivtSbtual Wea aw, and wparttoBlarlyadaitt- or Ufa. s ralnta It Ftatalrar. detrTaBOTTirar theawmacsu fors lmQlinto,aad It rure Hvtch. Nitrous lYMtraJson, InjU ", Gnral Dr'Mim. Slwlo-o'-hrarinc IVprrsslon and Idn, f ra, eaasiBf Tsrtt P' and laekaebo. is always prrnMncatly cornl hylta nse. SasNi Mann to Ltki, Kan frtrsntafLBjet. heltxsat f mT : feeU-wro- HIT i iWiimi rheu-'oati- PIERCE'S IMPROVED GAHOON Brsaicast Sega Sowar. nrhrst tbat a man wa'MnrooenllckOws four acris aaa itves ilia .work beuer ihaa an bo . don by aoy Uwr lNrnsi It strs bttieraa Mads grass - c. d and 9 . ITI.e. lxtoliiu.cln. We nave A ms to aN parts ot he cooairy. Sead itam? fur cJreuKr. J. W1I.DKR CO., Thi- - maehlne sows tw roJs wld' m ' BBsT sBp 0. OEIIUI. ACliTS. -- i T.-x.- , XX. -- NOTICE Ss SLOE are -- sM as he - XX. orr D'i-niou- are nu.nf il Jll- - sex," which In not madi hy iba- mill, fi- - MI.'Tl m'X )rouc;tti.ircj.m' njm.iifmiApnbHc,K Blrrnojlca rand the TIT HIDDLlf.!.. ttol.f.Pa'rnFh PEX STAND PU IMMOoBLVEFLANKBlSAhD YACHT t'l OT'1-5- . n Id hy all lradinB clotblrrs, roast theSeWBU bfrihe "MLK Of Inferior CJaullty or Good FLsEL Garments A.n. to a.l arles 8C aud 8" ,- SELLING AGEKTS. MIDD ESEX CTOIPANT. Worths-- . New York. U? FraaUlnSt.. Huston: SI 1 Cuestnot St.. I'hilad. Ipala. ,- VEMDELL, FAY & CO., lJAGKIS.fnlhdb the couds. onl'-ri- rirrf rn etn a p m an JJm 13V2H1 159. bCLE, ' SCO. lira m Iiox.Incluilcd fj!5,.lTonlb. FARMER'S SCALE. 5. v.v: 9do WiAiWiAVTVy S TOS 1T1C03 -Do-s:- t, & JO. S TOS, I'lT LOWEST I srsers sav tli. Blowera. Annk ' . ,. to JS.lx 13. I.tlo R!iirrdrRI(XUSTrUU FOBGES, TOOLS, &c r.FST iw.ux jupk ion ucht itorc. ho. Hi. 40 orToolH.SlO. Tlio I0O OTlIEIt SIZES. .Vi.vllnmt lilt b4 Vl- V. 1TJIES, & Other Articled U0LES1LE itBlXllU bmbj dH? wii jobs. "Free Informatioii South-West. About The "5"a-marii- Kansas. Colorado V;ah, Sew Mexico. Arizona. Call-forbrst fli'hl for Farmers. and Old M-oHTth' Capitalists. Mercbants. Kr Mocfc Iial-er- a Miners aud M- ch-i- r sof U trade II 'p. papers and pstnp'il-ts.p- i' igrieia d if .rmation trvilled free on application to C. It. HCII3IIUT, CommlMlonr ot Immigration. A. T. & S. F. 11. 1'... Torxsx. Kaaaai. ffptSCTfFORAgi Ea.1T to use. A certain cure. Not expensive. Three months' treatment in ono paclcnze. Good for Cold In the Ilrad, Dizziness, Hay Fever, Ac. Fifty cents. UyallDroccfd, or by raalL . T. HAZKLTLNE. Warren. V. rt RUSSELL & GO.'S &. Jus; L'njcd. U Speaking of the matter of close observation, did it ever occur to you that women are clothes observors? New Haven Regis- ter. more than nnother when a should bo entirely alone, it is when a full lino of clothes comes down in the mud. m REMEDY Fo. Fain! Relieves and cores chin., lloro Maw ANNUAL. Pfiwcri JCnzlHea Mill and for Farm and Plnnfutlon u.e. AilJirsi i(w.U'j,.?.NRUSSELL CO., Muialllon,0. aUlntrstedlnlm. iirnvril Tnrr.hliiB M.l 6ent frea farm-hous- hen-hou- se If thero Is one timo woman RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, BACKACHE, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, Vrrcred or no charge, also Trade Jin, ks Labals , ew. Larye eimttrmt niUv. long Ilishnt refeiwiiM. T7 T. HTZQERLD, JtterncyatLaw, 1CO6 FStreet,WasHlng'tontD.C. f PAT wm 9 rtii 1 jut YoujfQ man, try to cultivato a hunted look. Then people will think you're houndproposals. Bos-to-n ed to death by leap-yea- r Headache, ToothacLe, i Post. . SORE THROAT, S, 6AN0E1 TOOK3 AND l. m woman, nt all. She may have nice eyes but. mercy on mo, she's got no physic!-Boston Transcript. I don't think she's a " No, indeed," said Mrs. Parvenu; fine-lookin- g " no, QUINSYCVELLIKG (l) Sorcntss, Cots, Uralses, And all other bodily aches 8PKAIXS, Treated sctentlflrallj aod cured tvltboct tha knUe. Book on treatment sent free. Drs. QTtttfjrh& Jforrt !31 W. Hi. SU UMiaU.0u niraxs, scalds, and pains FROSTBITES,' mole on tho nose is said to indicate that a man will be a great traveler. A corn on tho toe indicates that he will get others A to do his traveling ns much as possible. Burlington Free Press. "When asked what sho had for dinner, And he sho replied "cold tongue." judged bv her manner that thero would be some of ft left for supper. Chicago Her- languages. The Charles A. y .gtler Co. ISMMn uA.T0Griz& ea.) Ealtuaore,3Id, ,TJ. S, A, FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. Sold l7 all DrccslJts and Dealers- - Directions In 11 iJflKfl .Ibareapuiuroremoay lor tne aboTe dueajc; orlts nso thouviiij of caes ot the worst k ad and ot Iup not; tmetsmrfaita utanJinirhaTetencunl, lnitsetacacy.tnat IwdltcndTViOBOTO.ia FI-with a VLUAELi TREATS K on this disease, to aaycuHcrer. GlrsKiprefsaailP. O aiSdreav m mmm mu BERKA&D e DB. T. A. SLOCUM, lSircarlSC, .NTort s, ald. (KESRI . They who rork. esrly and late the V year round need, oc- (nl stimulus Imparted by a wholesome tonic Stomach Uttten. To alL Its parity and effldfney 8 a remedy ana preventrre ot dta- esse commend K. It cticcss incipient rheumatism and malarial syBiptess, relieves constipation, dyspeps! asd b.Uoas-nes- s. arests rrema-tnr- e decay of the physical eaerjrfc. militates the Infirmities ot age and hastests C0CTteeeBee. For tale by all Draggtsu aad Dealers generally. m IFfiEWlE PILLS Cnrts for Itver an! Ifi loua complaints. .'ollvene, S Meadoch e and Iti tueusla. Fiire. uc ar Irutrr1' or bv m.il. Miimnle. fw& :n3t.Eeniird Fill Xsters, S3 HerceT Ei.. Now York IlffED"ST. Bss2TI-.1 3It 'THE BEST tS THE CHEAPEST." MILLS, m k, hay-iiel- d chubby-childre- Oct West tho cellar is the place to go in time of cyclones, and when a man has a barrel of cider iu tho cellar it's surprising how many times a day he thinks a cyclono la coming. d Boston Post. jil$ii! 'Trt - like Hostettcr's iFor all .cctior.s aal rrpcseiO 'A'rite for Frrwramphlel and frlces to Tbo Aaltman ti Taj lor Co. , XansfieM. Cuiio. Ell i Ift!E?0 tmeshm; iNKPswrn, Lady , h m - A Buffalo girl has already scored a leap-ye- ar victory. Sho proposed to her young man that ho propose, and ho proposed. Buffalo UV. X.) News. :2lssssss22ftSBt?,ssssF HsssssBSSSVTTVsssssssV ,CM3rnapcnderC.,CUiaattMl.q rxamnes. promptly pritored in Aict-Hcj- -. sad rwxf Urr sel h Qaera City StlrtsadbtttrLlag 8fcf tto Simple oettt Fret. Actuass tseea AoentsS?rss ! Tr Tit "An that's the pillar of Hercules?" sne said, adjusting her silver spectacles. "Gracious! what's the rest of bis like, I wonder?" Cincinnati Times. bed-cloth- l3h&LOMA.WC UQsHCOaa 4f 1 a'l PATENTS Patent AOierirHB lss Firth .Street. Cincinnati. Ohio. brst CHCfl A- MO.VTH. Agrotf ITsated.' tnatt:arUelealnth world. 1 sm?cff!J-:A 111 Addresa JAY BKOKSwX. Skmsmt. Mih-VaVUU V3TTTTil i .. . a .. ing of a sensational item goin? the rounds K. OmA .n..Hiunlr People will persist in wrestling with the & Mdmsll. O. JEAY, JtutUad, Tersont. AT J. words that are too hard for them. C?iSjil5DSI!'ESS C0LLK1E, Kewart V. 3. ..t- -. " Killed at a BpellingBee " Is the head- jra (!) aT . Mn nan nvmentu In Finn? Afi- - vraAt is .Jtl.. Post. Dr. 21. O.r.UiK, 1Z Essex Street. Sottee. Vlaaa. A. X. K. e. ooe WHET WRITlXCt T ABTKBTI5WIM assy FOR LADIES USEi stamp lor'latsatraw elfcultr. Ieui Usiim; 7st aasr ua SMtwas Hwmctl If ., ? .! tt r- - . j.1 tez f. ", '. k&U .5ws3bEbr?C X y. . .' -- -- i ...V s EiiiS5i-lr ,. r u.i'Jim.J.'jS if nTiMJffci t ? : . LOCAL NEWS. e. ,3XTW,y nn - ooi nf-t- fn h L "OU8iUU Iyr sa f The Legislature ought to make oi tiuucKy, on his iv :. "'ding a new State-hous- to Fulton, took Borne w atcr i.ni. nnuior. lv" thest f;.-:..0s rnltoa ilHI'' it. ;. . BP.VKD XKW PPTfrvr . &, oTarylhing. any W- - and weight, T. F. ttiujCK & Co 'a. -- "it nuws. IIIO C. n.J.o 5'. i lco. .l(,tv The st"rm o! gi 'vrolr !.,..... .jdorer ?20.),wo m ouh of proper! fMii jfnt- - '.varv. A XL MOe VA TRICK. "Ie5tHi3ifttiOlilSIiuerS0nrcn i:er!p tares. a,(.( . , T.:o OF ..foar Can i.ALli'li.; COIlJ wi nSfeRwf n sto?3 Vy 1S Lexington, Ky a skiff near Tipionville, last t r s J. wee ik, in the backwater. b "im a " "! ! Ft " -- vity in that direction, &Put Waa'ooiin;,lt;.,,:;V.,V7 ,V "" 'l ;:TIiqU. S. Internal Ilovcnue ter. The qu.t-tpinall for a. thorough ,Tl,;,;(f ' ;(, V"M'k' v"! 1( ,,,11''-i0T'"; t a number of postal commissioner. Mr. Evans, rules' analysis. We fom:d it l10,,s. arjs f,OJ11 j1!8 fnendfi, ftn(i per- .JSLlkJ J. that farmers cannot sell ,'? to-- m the th" ,oUl towu lliiH P'ohasod some, which he 51 d ljoo pari, about oiSSKJ oaceo witttout dealer's license. hoiuea !""1 en,PKv- - ''c-eedecent, of saline matt era Vdr3PW toaJdrees to unohpcr- . eu T' You taH g,Ttf m ,,e, t t in v .. ; . .txioij.' ir au j RfllHl r.i .:" t'..t in,.:., ,. ita urnnnr tn caru: .2? " M p marked (form tho prices on ttrcr arfica in our housa, fni ij.'.wec.owu II'., is mlUal bar nC . i SttillM nmtfrr nric,rt r t' i. si. x.ifSU is at ,. """" ." iHI.M'i in'A' W. in 'o it n h;i! .. In. : i Vou specimen nrofit- - TH K fnrKi.4 p : 3nd it ni E.T. GARDNER'S. . .1.1 : nt ie::-- t :t .. ""'inacTrtsai. ?i tetl p:rt nt t ,i '0 'o Uix.,Seeoi)d Kings." p. UV Mr. Virgil Howett, of Gov. lime, magnosia, silica, citJcus will ahnndan i' The uI'niiaas ,;ija of these cards were &e. Knott's stall; was in Hickman ter was from fi e to inrtv . ,i W B5MTI BiAPSl P feit through the mails to as iimr.v " ., t , llOK'l. Tu.o,- .iBrSj bunday and .Monday, investigaJi ni ii "Iviravcsssra T eSlL. . incline:'.! lJiwatory Ky "' M Pisfinrt. iiiis uu'ruiliff a Iiiin.tr 53i2 VJ M5 P! S aivi i3 ting as to the flood sufferers "in logical Survo3 i i iiiiil.i'i' ct nvi 4r . ...... K ,1.. .- ..ri S ft .! '0!.r v,vy u, r rr i rnr" "' I.' ""IH'll . . IllUiiiei f-. , . , the overflowed portions of Fulton iiMJ tin? Ollia air t( ,;.;. 'i.h 1:,j.lt.vi v.. hub Mmcr, c'lzensrushinir :i round fiuv trJn8,,Cring OUr heretofre famous low prices, means Uut you can T1J i!ie !inli!itihr ttlmierUUn county above and below Hickman 'SHisLs f aie titj.t i1k no.v a Bible. self, wiitea: r T a ' !.. ..... fnrkefjfo ni Ub' A01 chefll)cr tlmu tho were ever retailed in this " in Kfi?n auuwiini. up. a.ked the rcport- irr. Dokio.who was held to CVXBRIDGE, iTASB., gent., a bunk cashier flew past hiin. in ;, ; r ' erc ,l,!? answer the charge of running "c oliering i?ar Bargain in 1 . A'. II a Ikrr 4 v.estR demn-i"Iin, i. l.....,.. lottery and who has been confined a statemeut of the anilyiis ro imIS!r-nI!,,rf',',f,I':"( ,:"' "N"-'- ontoll me where "ijiui me past several months, jr. qufe afr-- e wi i. ;. irt .tJ? B was discharged from cuatodr on the Doctor in his opif ' ..., . i i. t;iiirs ' i. uii iiiiiuc '.n.'Hi. ion cv ucer i.IiJf to ;: "'i a liravwi' iiiaaI. in Tuesday, the grand jury refusing uiS mo incrapeutic iicnis certaia aim riij..,t i.t. in" !" value of tl to find au Uidictment. At LiiioniovMi from tiftj to sev-- l waier. as it i we pheed f "No. Pay. look here, (drawing a xfJP ttic accented. t . me The constitutional term of our use as a summer resort, jt 6faou buil.hng.s were toti'Ils the .cportcr ihU sec this t" "IB Strike while tha iron lif. rfUit" ouno legislature expired VBiaaa ue pui io some use at uiii n. l i. Tt): dond sawa lLn: Sale Will Olllv last for n vlinrf timn ':" . V ..,.--, ...1 .. .....w. n u uiuoi iudK.o rooni ior day, tho 28th. but rim n,.Xt I Qj btock. . ir,t,libJoam informed ii, fe ti X AtfeuEwneetownthedestr.Mioi. I' .:d on j..ii was written-i- s oMig st;.. greater. One hmidn.,: a,i !;.-- .' rfcy.. jb." The reporter doubt concurred in the ter of this rbsuac Very Respcctlully, olutiou to extouaagQion Ml, i Jyi"ff.ear the Itfi.Jifi 5Bt thirty houses were d'ttr,vC.i , iirori.:eiI tho canhier that ho could - ." fore tho limit expired. AVe rwk 1 f quickly as though uwdc of toi..;irli "pri.abh timi n Iiij- ,.t .AmH f VStfUP4 ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. laper. Their eratest distreaa" tho churches, mid rauuuui o. .. liotinnir ... . Urnt ImtlTl.r 41... it... uw lunue (Jincc Hi TeSO. in wmv liiu own " T Leaders and Mmkera of Low PrUics, eitiseng and for j 4P4olo WW 18 WHUt Of fllH. rinal woo block f't-- hi 41uab wui uem sossionn month o nn .in ii r on u .i of tho lower river aii tliat ita seat them or two yet. by our Relief was run over and trampled ripon Mr. Chess SmiUi will be found behind our counters ready to t ' IT, - health giving powers i Uld soon Committee, and more will be sent by au J. G. Cecil, 3tegister of tho become widely known. his numerous friends and customers. wnifc now toilcLijjj?, fMDf&ir old nowiii' 'Here, look at Land Ofiice of this State, died at At 'ew Liberty even house i! Judc, exhibiting this," sad tho SjaLER' X. a postal. It stand and are receiving San Antonio, Tosas, last Snndar. assort-ti u,,mu iour, and her poimUtiom "Ibud and s'udv Seventh His death creates a vacancy ;n XlcelclMi's ArH(cnJalr. o t.it shelter elcenhire. men oi TheM'wHuaiid'ncnt.' 'Ho vonremem- iue ofiice which has to be Jilied by Thu Bsst Salve in tha u e ons'iesb houses oirjust what the Kouth Com fr Cute, K .ri.uii.uiuiiL oi uie Uovornor. Bruue. Sores. Ulcei, Who Made the Low '" """iwanu werfi iHlioi .m ,. ' in.indpint a"...b,i i There arc a number of t,.tj;no oortg, mtr. lapped SIt K"!"' V. HandguiiilbUiiw, ' wa.s'ied vriv it...il 7, Vi i ; do yo; !'' Skin J U:2 all their ikmi- - at Oorbett, i.reseut -Corn, aad at wj. mj ma . xox. - . nm r . nHBii v am. nii iiuiiiiii aaaa im aaaa" viuui oitTK in mo otQoe, will mos ia guaranteed a e disappeared cntirelv. to giT ixrfitfaction, ""ht On hi rounds the'reporter met likely receive the appointment. tooaragli ery fin,ne :, v'r box .. . ..- who probabh haven't ,rSlet FORTbNJteOrn? Sure. ordie v,". wiiohii,! ho,ir'c j fasov. folly !'i.,,e rn )v.irtls Since t..nev Uc river at IIikiaanha fal y , " '""iiy,;rm uiosc s j b'ick are so badly d.ima 'e.I a pih ..,, v lw uiiiuii'iiectti " xj. lnotmv i...z. .. ,. KeaiHckj KnKniai. e and all of to ' ' u'lfit for use to recede, and all the upper rivers t',"irr,"" .AKlMil!l....lftlt the?" A for Bibles, and each "!! ' tiftv ' ss are jro'ir he!. falling rapidby. By this time p.s ors ,tio T,ho iraeiidatie i"' m his hand. It TVllvi nnounee to our 'band the public generally, that we.hara - jurt weired next week nothimr will i, iftr r Railroad onimiiisionei of ":V ;:',tr,4,M!S' ", u..d others wax i . v. i t.. arft l iT U. .!.. ,f of intrtiea the great flood except the piles tucky iu th&? annual '".ur.""re ana aoiie the trade Alao, a AneWkh rt t'ilK"':'? 'uaeaas to bo ala.os' . w e ta i how all Htvl of urnitare in plain and fancy. line Oi drift wood and the J meet ithmue'.!,,,r,M ':? 'ihiimedo We Jnes- - ni S wrecks it (ever brought ' l l which we hare? has . wrought. Without father Sivor frn.m ..hp f ' a iSa . . PUOW. itria ""'"b isid..b:i, but tw dai n ifif-.:!!.'- ! v, :i i .,. " ne LO'iioviMc Post mere is full tim.-- for "oous .bought for oil t.te i. cash, and will be old pr.,.uhe, winter did crons in rim uft.... i..., nille Commerrffll opp te a li'-,-' E8 i. :': ;:( .l.a.f .BL 11111 ' i i in the way 'inu'fi r ot hoii- - v ire low down, vei-"bottom" farmers nre discoui-nge" J The Leba Htu:. CkilLUl. .'i iiiiiitf ii ii? tor us. bn'i ,.'i wJedwmm to make our prices to uit the snirit of attheso yearly visitations. Some characUuizes them ai J j -- . tn tim V., ... i furs:t'jim!n.tj a..i-i!ouy, una truly, that another fio. d uuJisc ueky College, at IoumH mem, leave oar how to look for cluap Kooda. We propose to aell as B8 ly S'cret:v Lincoln to atore in (be ''Purchase. m not occur for twentv -e Ul course , in "d last Sunday. anj tm corporurionn. miiroad. aXsu other ,ut Very rexpectf-llout the same thing was said i,; appiopri.md ohjUi te 'St. I, s3to huild- hold u "''Hti&t,i feuffenr. b Oou-- ' tc, etc for 1882 and 1883, and we all reaHie;a a,nct accoanialility. fi.. asj-,'.on the ,yf) insurance, about $!, T. F. WILBU1.N & GO. that there is no telling how hiffh conr:i their obligatMl to tio' roeaia In new Odd Fallows btttlding. tlwt "i.iiyO houses " water mnv come in Ws! IaWif; tat to nndernflnto i.a.i-1- , 1V wf-'aWb.J of Repairing done en short noUc, aad in a call before " ,noa"'J o AM .hout some help from Aha tLe Ohio da-toe!u hy fixing thf i i we aflpwf red liverpecial im!ucnients8 of else the (;.v- - 'Hr ', pr.'-n- t flood. eminent to prevent floods tNe ei,ires, !y prpseribigow .'iir 0Uril-7- tl inatanf M. R n al,.... where.fe x yearly disasters will rirtnniiir h &aii ami t:re honsea At and Mia Hulli Kcriia. . . with thair3ooK.Iu .. ..... ' :riM '". "ma'"Ml LUl'U ui.indatton at popuhite the valloys of the xr?. ,IiOWll.' Kial YTin (Mr ?,.,, c ' '"" ". Oa ih SSth imUnt, Mr. A. E. Cbappell . fit' i:.u G nd Mias Fannie B. rampbeU. aud undtrtjikiiig Iu o tail sesDi issippi, Ohio, &c ' in., at (SP&iU-gW. COMBED. is, Va is JA.r. GUS aieverfi. onn nf f.hn .. .. ' . i nar!v a miM.n,, nllora Ob Umi tStb ianairt, W. Weaver atd "U UI Ji!.CU ll.ier nKBiice. . ' . 7" 1.1rm.e fi. 1'Ik t'h riiiiiati r mm' , Jiiiu IlIOSl U9C1UI . '?v,ov Mi Ela Wert. uiiiiyun hi .tiiVi Kinnn.i y.rkit,.. t. iu in vcry aireti.oit watheOhM. " ""' " J6 a .? fn i i.'Cl'l) nJi'K'r.'d iisonlA are Aftmchester. ' hoiiuif , a' MaM-i.ie- . ' cd:imjKt Jadje St! and Mr. Kichol, lawani of . Ull.ln.l lu uuo Oi !?. 'V ""V - tor ""luu below Jaules, Ze vcirs. Futtoa, are attendiag court. mroisaoout bM'in tLa Hhu' hVO miles Tlic -- i. nl Klooila of !hn Ofc-- Vittl.y-- . IJavon. n. c mlJ not twn orer in bed She in MANUFACTURERS 6F Judge Wn. Robertwn. ofMivfif!,!, ia lv" i of a Small hi whftii tliA st vr cart, be'og employ d in seTeral v. Ih..iih:ii, !,? ceutena-ii'i- , '.. kl f M to do capsized and sank. The colored wllaW!:T-.,lhal,h"vi . rnou - .... ,. t '.uCi;U ml: ' v ,:" , srctueu. "l. . W,l",f l" t"t EVrsnV l:itlvr- - w!M 4a .JI ,Lra. .... iu Haot one of Wood'and' 1 j.ll r..,as ago 1 gno .,!,. e f on. hng-je.amooi a tree wlula, toi'isr2rr'T' i d?r rs$s45fl-t,'i'.w. vlnIiingMlnsesLou!.. md .f tJ.eu. llundiv uf ill - Two persons were drowned iin. ;... ..4't...- ,'.. ..i i. it- u -- v?P ,7n.r ,i at Bmithlaud. It v.. but Y Sfnt. is, lSriv tAI. Ivf t. ! inlllirij iIIIMM' m.!... 8t ti . dow it a! !' 1 1 , , iti. " -( wrr. ..i rn k'i v i,..4i, .' i in t;!ck on some of V ii,, ,m mm! known citions. . n .... isi; v.; seted with tuenenu '", ;wi, . r ol''c , , y' XnS . .,r ;un jJi?tj icauiw. w -- :i mas', orobabivi f it K5 "J?"SC5iS!8 Sf E5 , t?3CE5ffi3'fHFS ,. H ' : ( .u:u;,,.'. . - . M T EBi " YTHIM UOWKT l 1 . iS ?" I ! . FfJR.N'I-iulU- u l,t,-.,5- h -- 1 T4"""' i-r- i n-.i.- l - -- . Hoxe-t!,e:.fus,- . -- I - );"ii-cryin- '" - 1 - -- 4..A1 'J 1 1 I f y m vf? i -- . 'ti,4 - oi'-ercj.- ! . d the-nrej.v- ?ni t $j r i aa - i m- - . ....... i I cutT-nv- e ' I J fQJaAS. i - l I Horrt,J Jr ." xAi ? - - O.t Jia,woH'll l : - -- - m ava. r - a,a . wr 11 id to-da- y ex-Judge. iire - meir "d: i tiie itagti? - -- .Tom '" " .., ", ! A - r a - a i i - t 1 -- "o ., ""l-"''"l'"lu6- t,i Prices f a i i --; -- -- j l i ,;i ;'" - i S'inda-nehoo- l, 1 I IJ-O- I I - - I L K-u- - urnitur I I -- BSWte J-TLSS S&ssrs 1 m-- . tt - - , ,?.. ' I , ' " . 1 -- trBBV - i " I d j coeei to Hickman, strictly and y , ! .t.-'nb- j -- N KS "P 'ie Jei-ito- M y, jam FOB .- ! a - 4 & nor-manl- KAB-tlEl- ik atv-J- e. f, Givgug , g piu-chasin- . - . .! - - ' 1 j "''i T1 -- T. o2itractors and Builders of Houses. J. W. GORMAN & , ibnrg, J. "':;o dusr-ont. -- I W . -- 1? i- - 1 ""." ...'. h,t 1 . cat-Gtzr- im? ST KENTUCKY PIONEERS. -"- t. - i . 3i HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO, 1 j O Kli-cr- T . I e -- 1 -- the tree until he was nearly frosen to death. Tho colored a:an reach ed down and held Meyers by the coat collar for an hour or s:ore until his grar.p gavo way through com anu e.hausticn, and eank to rise no more. The eoi-- j IL J Atwocl, Ba Cook. Ja Under. fired man remained upou the limb WOOf1' Sorter Htoto. liarrioa Baiu Tuesday and Tuebday night and a C . ?. J- - . B crecn Jo wp1". liart Of V. Otlnnx.lnir ..... v AIIJI. f113' "" erao.-:- llrdB lcnn1b. Pr.I j v ...ui.a ImtViT-Kce, Jotn UrowJr, Wax Boi.damt, Ed canio. Mr. 31eyeio7 deatu is great- Prather, Eh as KimLerlaud. lin. Rm) ly regretted by all who know him. Jo Kiricpa rifk, AIt Itrowit, J J I. Jlonrturant. im icitn, A. Kor, The Fulton Circu it Conreon-vene- Shaw, Artbnr King, Jr.u. M. Cajffity. Thoa. T. Moiuky, and His Honor grand ivnr. Judgo On.'upbsll being absent,' A. P Crefdes, FeriniRn, JL. A. Hays, (detained by missing connections,) icwnawia. ino lion. C. L. Itandle was elected iw W W. Wfater, .Mayes, A.J. Whin pl, II. C. Btltey, Jf. judgo iro ttm by tho bar, aud the CoaU, Bvraiu Ptrham. Nat Ifantir,iw4a urganizauon oi the court proceed- - F. F. Jones, Y. B. Ooro, Tho mm French A. W. meniicsa. Jao. A. UaiferwAa. P '. 3I-cT- tloubl not swim, and held on tolfifty ij x ibu.n--.Au- r, ' a uuu uus flood, with I.Ll1'iMairitiira,..,...-aaBfh- . rerir'?yain the city tni- '4't piev :ous..'id to come, would rr Brt p! i' e, ana told the people ho ;o B,'7d,nK ThoJiirepi. ?,d FPcV r 'u' iM ihe.r bouses cheaply on tl e ' ,t- Ix,,,!.ls following are thoetahd nil The h ( i i iu n ,ty,Tena have bee:' vi'Mi " petit jurors at the present trm of low Ma-- . .i nf i,w.: as well is f.;,d.;. tlHC:r. ) if i I i. the Fulton Circuit Court: "VU: .f'a", ''i Mr iii,J n::i vm ' OV. . i,:.- - of :bt. v' " jciir. Cotinlv Ttnu, i.i u Th wnuaitt;eei ?, .wJi - . .. i i ivviiuuii StotK&mk i-- Ti, Iiy., Ml t tht tie i I lw. 'unify. nT ' " 1 1 - lrn ' J&lTTg'TsHrFxF" - rifri'A'fSfJ-a- . pwsav f nit l , v I ! I -- r!if d I -' ed the grand and petit juries, and charged the errand iurv on rn,.. On Tnosday Jacob White, Esq., of the Clinton bar. bv agree day. I'U Willi. O Uaire lUinUle Ptnunuunl. Taylor. - - J. w ed the State. All tho cases against the Ogles boys wcro continued on motion1 of the Commonwealth. The indictment against Woodall was dismissed because of some irregularity or failure in the recoul, and was to tho grand jury; aud before the grand jury of the present term, Peter Hurt, the chief witness against him went square back on his former testimony, failing to implicate Wood-aland thereupon the grand jury failed to reindict. The following parties were convicted and sentenced to the State penitentiary: Geo. Lindard, Frank Johnson and Frank Hart, for breaking into the dwelling of 3Ir. Elliott, near Fulton, plead guilty, and were each, given 3 years. Frank Eskridge, (colored) robbing a grocery store at Fulton, was given 4 years. Wm. Blackman, (Col.) for stealing a watch from Jeff forrcd, 1 year. Alice Gardner, (col.) for stealing raoney from lrs. Delia Eeid, was given 2 years. In the case of the Commonwealth rs. Frank Thomasson, for allowing certain prisoners to escape, the jury has been out since Wednesday noon and failed to agree up to tho hour of going to press. l, Thomas, Commonwealth's attorney, Judge Kingman was appointed attorney and faithfully represent- he executed business suggested to some old friends that it might bo a capital idea at some ,timo in tho future to permanently invest ltim with official robes. The cases tried on Tuesday were almost exclusively whisky cases, and the Commonwealth failed to core a fine in a single case, because of the lack of sufficient evidence. In the absence, of fr Mr. l.audle beintr interested n a attorney. Judgo White wore the ermine with becoming dignitv and ability, and the manner in. which ger part of tho cases being called ment presided as Judge, the lar-- 1 a nKe or snow, or n iiic!M-- ai iiArtlonL ('m.ti.ti. drop of light showers never reach1 For tl,c i'nt six or seen Sunday lit JliiItor'M Tribute. OIiz:-o- a TbcroR P. Keator, Editor of Ft Wayna, the earth, and when and whe:e ' jt ,,HS u?u the custom of a youni Sircef, II CI3IA9 IVm Iml., "Oasetle," writer: "Ir the pact 6Te never a drop of the heaviest rain ' n,a living iu the vicinity, to ento y have alwy3 iiad .Dr. King's New ever ran irom the sterucot hill-- a J.uno'- - miIoou. illeexdlr And tlio mmi )9CTwy, for coughs of wost miotq char- - sides. The millions of rotting! diiuk alai-- of beer, and pay foil acter, us well as for those of a milder tr menei. U never fails to enVct a eptedy care. if J vmmiiinueanii roots ot trees, ,l w" On Alo'ida' (r'I?3Nr1f3ri',Fsff-cfF fiFTTF frisndg to whom I bars romaaendod fit niade thousands of little ponds to '"orning he returns, affirms tha' peafc of it tn same high terms. Ilarine; uutaui uie water, wmie loose leaves u laii a nve dollar gold piece b n crea oy it oi every cougit i lutve had w im; ucpm ot aiooi coereti tiie iue uay oetore. and tha for five yeani, I consider it the only reliable loamy earth that absorbed the wa- - 'ies he receives back fonr d ami sure cure fcrCongh", CoWs, tie." Call as 3 ,JB' ta at Fortune's Drug Store and get a Frtt Trie! ter and filtered it slowly into1 lar-- iduiuetj fire ceuts he wil -I-A3 men ia3tea au the make a complaint aeniiifit. thft nn! Bottle. Large S'ze 51.00. oyimB iu a FIRST TO RETAIL year, keeping the comitlets mill- piietor for selling on Sunday. j ions of tho Ohio rivulets nhnnt rvco I'rsiPctH By a private letter to one "of tho samo clear and cool all the N, C. &-- SI. R'y. 3rear. bmco the forest has all been T'jere have bepn manv 4 our citizens wo learn that Conf- l-A gressman Tierce, of this district, cleared away and the earth f.- - ing girh? in New York society in! I A Tho posed to tho ibrect rays of the j recent years, and a is thoroughly in sympathy with an Va number who' M T.;J . 5S3 HHKWSfrf .f - r bhilding the ltZ:,TXT ccoxi 1. r fEis:ShS? the movement of wPkw&Jt 'Ar!,i"w3 tne.iiaxe been considered beauties ir ar3-iJrJtll Vli3inrT3r l .aJo iirffKtL r anu lovoo from Hickman, Kentucky. ;wiVtiT 3 f genicular sets, but until re " thn A towns must, from to the foot of Island 10, this coun111! w ta 'iv-ata- k ... I1T ii Il IHAn THA y ".?rit-S-S- g tyLgfetepy-- s59l? llr8e ty. Xow let the petitions be cirqueen of unmarried vaiw' be women through moist culated, signed and forwarded, ao expectod. tho leugth that work may be commenced as earth quickly conducted the elec- - breadth of New York -- oni " 1 .Q4ilMmQ-iaftcthe preseutl wiciiy on, ana u must bo seen that Miss Marion f Hip "SSN noou -- uf'hiucs. i: a rbjnr ciiltro of X "" "ului Sf "ter ran irom known as tko Call on' Maesc TiGket Agent, IJOf.ESALE PRICES You can denend nmn Sn;n anv tv: : ., ; " --.win.. ou is tan. ner n& ,i .' i r " iU nouee u,a: is i a fim c:as FUitKlTUBE STORF will redeem and save: more land vnMf "Er-.uurc- ss ure ,a qaibitely moulded andhSr ' than the same longthjif levoe anyA. Y. Slovens," y She is quite bp ee? Hi Q . . "IFass. Agu, Dalh.t Tcr., or where els on the river. Tiuton-vill- e mnat ... iigv Lit 31 ITTTlflT 1I1T jk sLiiti! itia rnma i r " i W&Vsitoiyijijj r, w.A.,... oAXLcr, a titar. 39 ea j?es O.P,-:.in; H'ckniMi lut-I- y ewtunc- anj i d;nt h. nil the low lands iu Loai-ilum- ?.: d of the court with his char- -j t'i. Now Oilcans, wit I. oat tater c.;::-tioc will be swept like chaff to' aiter': ability. Mi8al!i and LiUic Crismer, of the great deep, the reiub-zvoa.of Hwen-or- o Ky , and Mrs liianche Reeves, the noilds waters shonld ail the of Metropo'ia, III., art the family water of the upper fr(iiii:s ri e of Sit. aud Mr. Cteoige W.lbure. at once. Jiut little over J 00 years A Jtew Trlrlc ago the vast region from the A ne iriok to ?!ouutaius to the PaHH.monev with- -j v . . . uceau ;isa uvngieti lorest, where; uu; : r it, lias beon pnt ? tn-ir- .e n, iMu-oi sin h dN'i.i, .1,0 -. if. e m. UGjd. all at tile Xl.l'i.i ti. .! i,l ( mninn-v- . tt'n attorney Tlioman ar-i Wi.s giVcii in dcUul a::' r. ubbsli. r'v,,l t iueday, and ably and 1S ""!"T em a lew years ago m Jh Cvri-i- CieMate. .mrKa , i.i wh;oh I predicted tb..t his itoror. Judfc Campbell, reached e .:':.,',''f FEeE 01o tiling, a&ssSX i Hi-k..- Boots, SiioGs. Hats and Cars -- 'Hiokmanv Kentucky. FOK- aJVgggtes. f5r " i rz,-s- a -- - -. mw mi SINT'S FUENISSSB SQODS, &c9 s NASHVILLE, Chattanooga. liberies, Hardware, Queensware, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Glassware, Etc., Etc, ST.Ol'lSlFIOMES jjiiiqrs PACKET COMPANY ' Cum-berhu.-i- d - y .. - g et su:i;'ui, e i -- Atlanta, Florida I 5.. VJ&kMSL U -- 52a&?-- . . . yft (UNITED STATES MAIL.) JOHN A. SCUDDER, Preeidont JOHN T. KEISER, Superintendent. THEO. L. ZKIGLER, See'y. and Trsas. 1 s u-- -- " RUNS A s -- LlKB of boats St. Louis to Memphis, and s line from St. Louia to Vieks"-burg. M: GOING SOOTH. -.- """enn w ,.. !., A " jft&Sbiii L Memphis boais pass Hickman- - Tuesdnp nights, Thursdny nights and Saturday-nights- . Vlcksburg boats, Busdayi neducsdays and Fridays. G0IXG NORTH. -- f- ue-,iue- ir t? if knfted -- r '. F AVOSIT I nSHrt, vw-4- pj Siai fL"!i ".iij ' -- Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuesday nights, Friday nights and Sunday uifchtai Vicksbnrg boats Mondays, Wedne-da- y and Saturdays. Memphis bents Steamers City of HsV ena, 5ie. GyiirleTe and John B. Maudo, Viok9burg boats Simmers Ctjy at Proxidence, Belle of Memphis, Geld Dnsft City of Cairo. City of Greenville , City of Vicieburr. p'f . . -- irr s:: T.".. .:? rc .v-.- ..j -- . jmm .. F m wm v- - fr m kis' is T. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Council met. Present. Mr"nT. Councilmen Eeckman, ttiffige, Snaw, nnd "SS lor same. away by pnoanKinia. I am WW,es to inform the pnblic 0a motion, ordered thffthis Council not well, but sympathy raliv that for the h is fully Pr?pri to do all kindof btnt meetoa Thursday, MarcKTfW to review suffering has induced me to send "ll7- Prti wudnns farther infonn . the assessment of 1834. i n"-'f'office, first door On motion, Council adjosracd this to you, and I hope tliat vou wmtoi P;5Ma" House trill fr.m tIia cmi ii,. j w;'M.l gtvo it to your roaders. BWOpt , 1 T u w -:- .7i" ...j. lu tuc Brtn;itj spoken of how the change of cli-maie tax tno nanus of man) had influenced tho animal kingdom as Theniinntes of tho lafjmceting were wen as uie vegetable, new complaints, loss of fruit, &c. And ACCOUNTS ALTED. uow i cauuon parents to eruard The folio Ring ncconnllgU presentod. thems&lves, as well as their chil propc-rlapproved, and maoOoa. wora dren, against the mephitic atmosallowcy . phere, saturated with carbon. J. W. Cole, titloticry,Sl!w. smoke and frigid humidity, rheu- T. P. Fortune, sundrie$lf60. weather, more dan The City presStd the ao-n- t gerous to life than the flood itself. for im which, oniotic. wm emvedand a check onlered issued for S6U aa ooen by tho numbers dailr IIickhast, Kv.Mb. 2G, r,An 1SS4. , varied Tnnrh . uJi BJI1U , 7 -- , Hi, i HO HPAAnii "" wlv. , iroatlilu.-.,..- .! t " I'roiongeu.t BEDSTBAD AHpTop PANNEL BED,. AIRS per Sett,.. No 1 FRITZ. 1.20 IlELLW-R- , T. Agt., Hickman. NaahTille, Tcnn. PACKET COMPANY, ,. ,. ass a.C'-i'- IlhiWiTTS S2.35 S2.50 SC.50 W. A. IIBNSON, TSAFES. chif SHSE3 l r 51 25. $180 d- - X - ad"other of for ll .ii Light rannin'g S" ?2 50 20 WamOT1T TIVOLI HALL. 0X0 Memphis, Cairo, W. F y -- .aor mato-catarrii- if,i DENTIST, I l a - VMI "fen. Customer nohtely ,erved on sh.rt BI?AVIvr,C0M1ETITJ0N' AS MY G00DS mc als0 have the finest lin9 Sn7 .. UXDERTAKPRS Rnnnq . BIJ1ITNESS LAST WHEN RITALS FADE AWAY OUTSHINE ALL OIUEBS. TIIEIIl bthl . J isa o Louisville and Cincinnati Steamers SOHSS, Prop'r. JAMES GAf ANDY BAUM, -- OXc Jfc HWKMXK, KENTUCKY West act fzdlr V A buying eleewhere. c., irTa-sT3. under the i,eft a.rro cujtomer. Keepa "est makesTof Beer, frwh and cool, and peine and attentive clcrka to tieU CONS MILLER, VINT SHINKLB L GRANITE STATE, jP- - C . -- "1 - -- j . ,r.,..n2, ci-- M "y Senate of the United Stategjteon Senaavimv, 25cts Lower than the Lowest tors who owe theirjection en- wakes;, HIOKMASM, tirely to the influeriof niouey Repaired by I have no clerk expenssa ne store ron1 and the exercise of and pay cueh for all rny Groceries, and. oratopow4 therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap- u iuu iuuucuuc." iosjs tho TOIS HOUSB HAS DRB.V RECENTLY xVLA RGED, RBPITTED REFURN'lSirED Washington corresp5sfcut of tho Haven newsetofTooisaud tfl MMer.;sur ? and railroad, and attentive --iw iori ximes, j it. ml, and guarantees joW witting. v1&0r!Shr"YJlt8 n .S0."e"l appoiRietl betels in thiS section. 01 iu. nun aBU a.jis.,!.! w- - "Thcreare OrocerxiJ mil, m pw mw H mm S -v-- ill -- m Sl N 3 W S tJ! V D. L. GOLDBERG, APLillfiPAlKff i GOLDBE ESNTOOSY. nJiSX r. sr. is. I'iyssrfflBt, tor 1" BATES EVERY SUNDAYand TUUR9-day, at 5 p. m.. for Cairo. Looiin and Cincinnati, connecling at CincianaU wan ttattroaas and Steamers far I Wa.,m asd Giving ihroagh tickets to all poin Chi Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, How ""-- f t HICKMAN, KY. cogo, Washington York, City, Philadelphia and Boston. East, North and Western 4cnr-Sswill find La Cello Rifr roate saVj delightful end economical. Rates by this line cheaper than any DEALER IX other first cla-- s route. Meals and stele' rooms free. Baffgise checked through. GROCERIES QJ- - Pts3egor can rely on a splendid My Stock ishei, and Fresh, trip by thi line, a. the stcumers ere all and will be sold at prices that will first class, bavin been expressly bull, bc pecially attractive to buvir. esfor (he accommodation ot piatmnpars. JJSf Uach sieamcr earrlf. a full siring band. It. W. LIGHTBURMJ, General Freight and Ticket No 7 Monroe Jreet1.Vcniphii,Teuii ew iaroeerv Esto Mim tmt, ts """" jCiDce oi-yJiE- crn OA f u S w -- V hidiy, SEPr.33, 185P, k y .? rtL mrJC' - afi V-- T!l - - maasfflE&sfflmsg&ijb "&r .t.-MstMmMmm- rt ,. ftfVn ftfiH In speaking of the recent ditas- trous storms th&t havedeabtated . VirtAjtJX..vtiJLtr j ?!j-f w hjri a eijy t.tAAA,v si ir j iar ib ij r.yatsvj'an i h so much of our fair country, tho' Oinitniiuti Knon1rr1 1c Memphis Appeal of Thursday says: In c.ousequencfanera conFollowing upon the destruction firmation servie A l,'oturo on tlic:itnrc. 1 rrmmrni t luin- i. ., . ," Jili. IHxMS3gW' "II "Ml Kailirnl iurr uf Ni hi j! cMir. nr nf nrrmrtv liv thf t1.i;I5 m HA 4JWVVV Tnii.I. 0V i - UL. anK r r, v .v Ctrnnt IVIIMFiU. !!' 'iirisiniii wi SprjjH,.trl I.n.'luiiU-t- j via.. - a u ....... ...t..,.!. .. r': i by ilf iiiir ,,ni.i 'Mtm i'i ' i'iiF. E. CASE & CO. iall..ns. Input nry, hertnuj ir.litt, km. niNSiiuntit j Vnrrmic p?nral! . (oii4umtiH, Con. - J ouveut,0"v.rifo, n Rtarreme- - ceeds perhaps ox.c hundred mil- - nant of Israel. .A" ..1. f tho KjMkiwy blv the contiunancc of the u Vit. 3ifnMl ml I''nlrl !miiaiitr. Notwithstanding the great FLOOD ia upon us, sweepin destruction Sn i couvcrsauu" K.tUEKU. CULMCUUKLL, il. !., lions of dollars, there comes the course was dclitfl&T V.et nieht before it, mission itself. The ?l,.V55 c doleStcB would particular of in.meuse loss It life The ladies who iM n.lmlrxblr unl uHtber. in Jew S testBr, elrmrlv irovii frnut liln onu rz)ilrwr Lines, Hckj1. rind all kiriV n.y of "The Kentucky LejSslature is " ; ?"4" nf the old . ticket as tLe aim aeaimciion 01 propertyr. isn laitu were Or rentier,. Anna tlt iltr nwhil cxwqwBin ilanjivmait turual lw- ofNiB, Soinrs, ,, nlaeed m throngnout the cou.itrv iro: ti in. I"uilcis auu d08ii iiiino i;ev ticking Tatkte arwl Sutjl!ep, at a bar(ClTmiMllj vthb"Ot ,"v,i, t,ioiv.busy just now passing bills ;, rliiH), Iku:h. Iilrtim-ut- , rin or cMK; gain. Groceries and Pamir Snppliea ge refiiit The lirst two nanffii onmiced Mntltie oat maHtf rnrt- nt one trttmin in m-- erallv. companies , char- the Held. itnraiiiirt.iiramke Miui, lij whirfcerery nttrrrr, no Matter lit kW s and ccIoucn to be uanied. tdSfh:i. fontle- of the eoual - . . , wtwiti.'ii iimr tte, sy ton iitoMfirctwiaiy, ...i IMIIINIMIL a 1vmc1. condition prove .. - . to' - iiiii Tur an. tc ,ii id ii;tiu , . ii rv iiii.n fiti.itikiiAii... ion .1.. l" in.ridtr benevolent societies, and ,, i.a anifradiriilly. IU ....1 l.v "'f.1" ".V" .......v.... .v... .n u, uim mr mitPWo 'Tltiit IrHttrt ! yrorm ln Uxm"nt ami I3ST "1""' UIen will uudoubted- - during Monday and Tucsdair. ife of Leopold il&ks ho having things of this kind, for which pro- TO ytelis euvelujxs t Kothing liko this has ccr before, married her tt tffi a year tit uwjr itil. lui( a four ceaU, or two aay UOminaUon . vision is already made by tho h rof' on rvcint auttofc Oo?S ltinM. AMirfl J "iToVoa; 'think tho old ticket neen Known in xno mory 01 ago agaiit iiio7lies 0f hw pa- are making a clean Sweep hv ofiermg io the General Statutes. Public any article m their 1Til GCULYKRWBI.L V.MEDICAL CI., VA Imoeas slok of Crcccries of ell kictc rrQrv conbliio Alcctedt" : Pat OStee Itox. Ann St.. Nvw York. ". 01 unusuai vio - iieun V.1L1 firm large and well selected STOCK of GOODS at the or ami IqoiB of 20 di fir rent kbitbtn Wttsi? ihe nromnt re- - cine, a ut7 In reporting a bill that cstab i.. hr." ' i.i oni.Avmul a doubt J lence, which prevailed for two of Leonmarks, b. e clothing Marks Street, i. the lamer lislies letter carnors in ovory city ardSi days, flooded the country and de- - of the yonng mat nd it is sain at fiVket J. P.. BROWN Hill of fifty thousand inhabitants and i"V( 4i. NLlUIILIdlr field,' that could at roved 100 miles of the road-bethe time of the ms mife oi hid" A.4?4Vhj. U Mn4Iitk authorizes their employment oven ie placed in the .f has pttrcl'anetl a braail new ?tock of ?Ai4 Aihn Trt sft ti'l.. wKrewasa"1'"1 A.sa UD,"i ..(. ''Will thfi nlace ot meeting nave ut ..- ouuiw.u iwut runumg i tJROCEKIES. in towns of only two thousand p. P. O'SANIEL, M. D., 1LYCigars, 4c, and Confcationvritrs, Catholic, he, togm,ei tf1i his offiiinion the choice of the which cannot be put m on having a grosB postal revenue of anv order in less than two months, family, mourned ff the disowned o f & STREET $2,000, the House postoflico ITVPPRRS HIS PROFPRSION'A T. HU. OLIXTON uxr!z!!'LniBt ' KftidMr. Hoi- - o. such visitation as this wan ev-- l member as onoilti Young ,1 goes very far. U i Ill LilU , " Tices to the ciiiztas of Ihckman rind the niewt beRe of tba kind tfiftt has ovar er Known m California, anu it nae iiarKs nas oeen r auncui K lnc "J "u mau. "There is a traauiou uap icinity. been in Ilickinan. and at lower pricw tka Office Corner room in Liclede House. ever offerwi beftrc ing about St. Louis in favor of the literally created consternation parents since his fe haacspress-ictli- r that cannot fail to please the most atrict economist. IIoadquartMn", A bill is boforothe Kentucky faith, j Co , Cltnlon Strtf!. ?wut Bros old ticket, but that does not signi- among the people. In Dakota the ed a desire to cm Please call and invetftLjate for your selves. Legislature to punish tdl kind of fy an by the Signal his wife member or thing. Wherever tho con- blizzard advertisedappearance on and family, will t xV. Jk.. wil looked upon and gambling by confinement in the vention is held Tilden will get the Service made its the S ale and Livery Stable. ! time, and the result on Monday as a Jewes. penitentiary by from one to three nomination if. ho will accept it. PHYSICAN km SUR6E0N. Miss Butler islnirtisod to a Mr. Ellis expressed tho opinion was the loss of three stages, with years. A similar bill proposes to accept the all who were on board of them. young man named Fyifj df DayKENTUCKY punish tfce carrying of concealed that Tildoii would not influence Supplementing these.disasters. ton, aud MUs WaU Is : soon to X HICKMAN, nomination, hnt that his on soconu conviction nAtlll of i wed a well of wcanons. .hore was some loss of life and 'iOiPREaS his Profcsaianar Services to iPSBUu. KENTUCKY STREET, lie-fla-m b iHALUiU.inVU Iv to Payne, 'vnirareni cn a of lliciwnu aud vietnity properdin Franklin, Ky.; thin city, 'SeShajJrfiosiUv nsstiriirtjvftoin valuable gbjmtenn in tlio penitentiary. L j&nlb-'SaonstAntly on hnnd for hh on Tuesday, by a cv clone of unuThe temple wagRwdod and ?some7 cT 3 f r. Tilden's most intimate lJ"j"V j and sale The Kentucky IIou3e did a prop and devoted friends that ho would sual violence and the same wind the conversion wasprformed by HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. GROCERIES er thing in passing a bill making not under any circumstances ac- swept the little towns of Fairplay Rabbi Wise in an &eMent man Having purchased the stable, horets and Scuflletown, on the Ohio out ner. Tlio Babbi spoo on the pasprovision for tho care and educa- cept tho nomination. ASD and entire outfit of W. C. Plumtaer ana tion of colored blind people. The "It seems to me," he said "that of existence. Coming still nearer sage in the Bible J Ruth peo wo propose to continue tbe business, n$& fight lies between Morrison, home, Starkville, Jliss., was on Naomi, whore it reaj: Thy hill proposes to expend 20,000 for the solicit patronage the purpose. It passed the House McDonald and Payne, with the Tuesday visited by a terrific wind ple, shall be my pePo, and thy aud Clarksville, God mv God." liefsooxpiaiueu with only one dissenting vote. chances greatly in favor of Mr. and Bondurant Browrfj, hBS'RY W. KN'OERR & CO., Reread The old, popular aud always reliable Hardware house of There is no reason to doubt the Payne. He would bo supported Tenn., was isited by two de- the meaning of thelprd Israelite keep in stare n Clintn 8trt. by "Mr. Tilden, and this, while it is structive cyclones, by which a to the converts, wl is fraternifavorable action of the Senate. tJtstTia JlS rnflAMHies good supplj of FAMILY GROCERIES and number of people were seriously ty and charity. doubtful whether ho could carry brand of LIQUORS. Ood be Cnent tjds and low pricoi. Conjnjission llercjajls, TE2RE has been a ruffle of in- Ohio owing to tho condition of the injured, but none killed outright. aooolicr on C'KO. party in that State this year, would Then there is the awful, and. in dignation this week over tho reIlenrv Ward Bocher, in a re give him course this soction, the unparalleled loss E1CEXAX, ET, port that Bismarck had returned the Souththe West, andisof for any of life and property in the CaUaba cent sermon, mado ie following (the South 0. HusjaleisG WJlson Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, Keep always en hnod, FrtU the resolutions passed by Con- man who has the success stamped Valley Alabama, and in the Vicini- remarks : SAI T gress concerning tho death and upon his banner), together with ty of Atlanta. Augusta and Macon, Some men thin lat because which are offered at ATTORNEY AT LAW LISIE,E CEMENT,SEEDS,PLAfiTEB SF-PO U ASS 1 3.0 V EK b. New York, Conneetfcut, aud, quite Ga., by a cyclone on Tuesday, the public career of Ilerr Lasker. Tho nltvous cx- had likely, Pennsylvania. Tildeu's particulars of which are a heart- the have that no Will nVe lil!ral ndT&net on Cctttz; KY. report is now pronounced to be strength throughout the country rending record of destruction. perieuce ElCKilAX they e not cou- Corn, V , for s'o or etipxaaui. Bisiit mo case. untrue; but it is true that mefat I think, will bo turned over to The same btorm swept the coun- verted. aThat is to himself. promptly ren.itte TCOLLECTIOXS v here mau sa marck refuses to lay them before Payne aud Borsheimcr will be the try in tho vicinity of Wilmington ed with my '&2XAb9trnet of titles a speeialtj. N. C, and killed fifteen prisons. "Hero, I am not e ticket." the German Legislature go- - and that tho very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to nd I am Caldweirs Higb SoheeL Supplementing this record of na- present mode of ture's handiwork in two days, we ing to change it," h mconverted. be exactly as represented. No lesB than four useless invesA Branch I'enlttmllary. absolute T4IE FIFTH YHVJi willeoataoBo tigations are occupying th time Mr. Stone, from tho Committee have the particulars of the explo- A sudden change iliffht is not darkness to absoiut of Congressional committees. Two on the Penitentiary, in response sion of a coal mine near Pittsburg, necessary. All edu ion is grad- 27tii, 1SS? jloitdaj, are of election riots, and belong to a resolution recently adopted, Ia., by which fifty persons ere ual, unfolding. A i aud continue fcice raoetlis who gets properly to the States in which reported a bill to provide for the killed and a great many were in- up The eonn ot tady, In addition to tharr in meeting and ; tesa most TTT'oans fresh ber on tap, all the tinu- jured. Up to date l$&i far surth& outrages occurred. Another building of a brauch penitentiary, ough PrJinwy W oj k, v'tll inolndo ?iijk W Will aerre cusionersproniFtlv and Matkonuitica, tho ISatural Science, passes 183 in the destructive re- startling expenenc hat he has Is of the question of veracity UuaLSft, CvurUeuily: with the expression of the opinion sults of atmospheric phenomena, had a sudden and eoii ete change Latin and Grtck, Book Kepinp, PesissA, Keifer and Gen. by the committee that the bill best, roof for the least money. Experienced Avfirkmen cmnloved. The liiip, EloMUou and Yoaal Caltuic and it is difficult to imagine what is uot necessarily to set down Boynton. Mr. Keifer has said off should pass. h$ to bei The attention of builders especially desired, as this house will give "spo- elRO can overtake us that is worse, as a bar, but neuh rcmoM dhh Moirau. KOGEK, the floor of tho House that Gen. The bill provides that tho Govearn a man ciai liiuucemenia. . orrespouaence soiict w. ?a 69 save an overwhelming earthquake. taken as a leader, Primnrr, Boynton tried to bribe him, and ernor shall appoint three KKXTUUKT, Intermediate., IIICK3IA-."- , . nd suitable 4ao B. BREVARD. recourse persons to act as Commissioners Death and destruction have had say once : UI smok e chewed the General should have R. AdTKnetilj 9 ; rate, out UCTR.r8B.VTt.SQ to a libel suit in the civil courts. for the erection of a branch peni- full swing on this coLtineut since aud Miufted at a ter wh.en I found the ce of (iod IayWc nioatiily fci JLdTaae. He is worse hurt than tha coun- tentiary at or near Eddyville, in Monday morning. from that insUmt I HSja. & SOK, 4ST It. C.CALDWULfs ef had the B, try, even if Keifer is untruthful. Lyon county, who shall receive , ColorotI MARY CAUlWKlL,30118-Hickiiianslightest desire for tol) co." Well, The fourth investigation is of the no compensation except tho pay- Tre-- tbXsbiill Di.jr llorlon. Ky., Augiwt 3, lS&v or setting aside the th rv that no Hewitt interview with the British ment of their necessary expenses r Tlio question of medical educa- lied which may be cicharitable TenseBsee, Minister, and relates, people gen- The Commissioners are authorised tion for the colored race has, unNaslivillo, I will say that out d fortv mill erally believe, to Minister Low- to purchase a site at a cost not til lately, received but little attenY. DIESSTELBRIK l:AitRS IS ions of men he is tht only mau ell's alleged kneo breeches. exceeding 8 L000. No plan for tion. Numerous schools hae that could say that, am if tin fr-t5c:2 S? the proposed new building shall been provided in various parts of Jse JSL. IL 35? millions of men tailed nutil AS7XCX IKVE3TIGATIOS. gg5BBHIJ!SJfaaCSy'Sy be adopted without approval ITO spaeo to aurae all arti'r. & tft The testimony before thcLogis-lativ- e of the Governor and the Warden the South for the training of col- they got rid of their list? in that I treuU t show ecit. tho ored teachers, and outside of some way would forever wallow in m, f lit. (.awbaw MwtWAn.n An.l am. ?i ran JBaYairvK M m in & i Committee in regard toxthe and physicum of the peniten- - of onr large cities ery few white tnem.thev i WORK BICKEAN MARBLE vanfwaik ! nd Moscow Atenuj. East IlUiEirv 5CJ- s t w t.ts iiary at Frankfort. The braldincr. teachers are cinDloved in the col-- aaiusilRJP i,,, management of tho Anchorage w. r. pajoiraa HICKMAN, XY i rwAi ii .ail (Worea itttWtc nolioofs. TTie tfltrer - riiitflkWbwSh you Aaylum, near Xionisvfllc, ia fsliall contain J10T less B fi THE LEADING PAPH OF THE and shall be constructed denominations have and come out buttarT r. hat I V I5,J'SSSa.?3 , not only damaging, but in some cells, a view toTfuture enlargeinei-t- , ent religious theological B--i! with sruiinaries v,ant to know is, are you 1 established SOOTH, , respects shocking to the better if necessary. iBpon the eomple-- . for the education of colored uiiu- DHALEIi 15 with the wayli which ;oi: feelings of all who have sympathy tion of the branch penitentiary the isters, and with few exceptions, are living, and do yu want t; IT.U.1A.V AND AM8BICAN HaRUI.1: TEE LAEGEST CIRCULATION Tfie Kt AlerltsJiir eie:ias. f.r patients there tfuiiuing UoiamESioners shall be colored preachers alone minister change t To join for the unfortunate M0KUMKRT3, TOMS AKP GRAVH succeeded by aboard of Manager? to the spiritual neceH.ties of tluir bubhiess reasons is ttfcan: to join m confined. One Dr. Ramsev for tiie Uoernor, own race. It STONS. quite & e Bnm r,i.; appointed Dyand consent of vitu regard to the ispracticedifferent n the church for fearyiw win otherDv, the the advice of inedi-cia- wise be damned is ct AV1HG veeatTed a fine lot of Aor- NASHVILLE, TSSX. and druggist m that asylum, SMimn. TIimil nmrnirR Hhnl! ii. TTnt;i MritLii. r- - To try to indulge f evSrytbii.g iesn nod TtASJan ilarble, I &m pre 1 IH 3 the VTuttm Jtromtct who is reported as a gentleman of have full conffdl of the peniten-- j there has been only a limited to C and examine n only ntvtber that is low ana vueuuiie,ami th S Mm 5S" lxrednorfcSll all or.lrrs. country promptly Irm in tfaiknUi, and Day.ont e?ir ur testified to acts of cruel-- tiary; shall bcfesponsible for the portunity for colored men to st ndy then top off the loaf witft God's iitni Zfj Orders from the ty in the way of ducking patients, management jfr the institution, medicine, as it has been, and is sugar of mercy, is vary innn. niaytlb . and shall havethe appointment of ;stilL useless for them IDzzly "WesMaud criminal neglect in some Chaplain, admission to many of the1 Wardeilf stamps nofin use The that excite feelings of the l Steward and Qlerk. Tho branch em schools. A splendid fiwily papr ri LOWER and LOWER. only cost the government n$e cents (ull of news. Latest dijpivtehes by highest indignation, and should! penitentiary unintended primarily The Medical Department of athou'sand. rnpa up to hour of going to press, fro All kinds of Grocc rips Hams, Mdep, &o. result in the instant removal and ' for inal0 couYR!t8 less than thirty Howard University at Washing- vrill not bf jil paitsof lie world. a? ofasnp na the ohepest. may "0t b ton admits all who are properly The Supreme Couri off llinois JOHN WITTiNG. Tut Faumsr irauts il for its weekly uai2rsotd. punishment of theguiUy parties. known to have boon sentenced, qualified without regard to color has affirmed the decision oB lower . of NuhTiHe home narkei and trop He says that he knowa of no in- - previously toj any penitentiary. or sex, and we understand that reports, Hnd ptiec lirft far his proJuits, court which decided that the high stance of cruel treatment on the The disciplinejto be observed in about Iks Merchant nanta it fr its of their students Every intelligent person who examine the DIAMOND MACHINE, State ws conQuotations cf the eastern and ROCBRY foreign markets. gAMILY part of Dr. Gale, tho superinten- - tho prison shall bo reformatory in are colored, and quite a number license law of that will at once discover that it is a strictly first class Machine in material I stitutional. zzaesassssfzsa ilnnt bnt ho. dons knnw nir,t T, its tendency. .Agricultural or me of their graduates are now pracThe Politiciax wants it for Its full re. and workmanship, artistic in style, design and finish, is better made and chanical labor is to be provided ticing with good success in the The Supreme Cowrlof Tj&nessce combines more points of excellence than ever bciorc presented ior public ports of proceedings of Congress akd informed Dr. Gale, of instances. fAP fhn .,.:., rm,A rouiiosspe Legislature, aud pohtisil B9Ts H. O. of Southern States. The Leonard has decided that of cruel treatment aud neglect, siouers of the Sinking Fnnd are Medical School of Shaw Uuiver- - the city of Nashville. praWiting favor, and worthy of the name and cditorixla. AVIS' OLD STAND.) Tub Wire wanls it for its household and so far hs he knows or ever authorized to issue tho bonds of. sity, Raleigh, T. C, was organized the sale of whisky, oigars, jfobacco fnshion articles, eooiety goeiip All kinds of ' heard Dr. Gale took no step3 to the htate ior fciuu.uuu to provide in 1SS1 for colored students. Tho and periodicals on Snndayis connd u.icellnueou3 reading. Tnu CniLDSKa want it for its short fnnds for the construction of tho report of 1882-- states that tho stitutional. s rectify or correct tho wrongs STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES I and sketches and general informaproposed building! faculty consists of thrco professBismarck has insulted Cgngrcss Haw They Iuteait to Win t!c Presiors, and that eleven students wore house, at bet" tion, furnishing a liberal tducation. Call and examine the usually kept in a tho peer of the highest. Excelled by nono. Evesxdodt wants it because there is dency. CXX TXIS nE TRUE? conby returning the resolution, lorn prices. enrolled, but no graduates. no belter paper and no cheaper paper la Diamond Machine. There is no such thing as free In another column will bo found dolence passed by that bodJon the the south, and it can get to you quicker TEAS, FXKCr CARDIES, speech in the South, and every- nrrttnl Irentment of an Insane I.nly. an account of tho eighth annual death ot lvasker. ith the luteal news than any other paAmerican! PICKLES per, if your post office is in Tennessee, MIA'CE.MEAAT, body knows it. Neither are there commencement of the Mobarry hog insulted, and nowthe American CRANBERRIES, IIOJIINT, QRJT Southern Kentucky, Alabama or Georgia. Tho Louisville Commorciul, re- Medical Department of Central such things as freo ballots and Cogress is more than weean stand. honost counts in any case where ferring to the investigation of tho Tennessee College of this city. TERMS: Daily American, year . . . $12 00 Thirty-fivThere are 150,000 fannrj birds it is for tho intorest of the ruling! in8ano Asylums of Kentucky oryoung men have preWJ 9S. 3C3C " Except Sunday 10 80 in Brooklyn, N. viously graduated from this school, owned by families i th0 islat"rc- 1 year . . . Weekly r,ho Forthem SSto." be J 100 , 'USM.I and it. is stated that they have Y. It costs about sevcujjents a Ossontba . . 0 7S Sugar, CoiFces, Soaps. &c. " following as having occurred at boon successful in their work, and week to content to let the South maintain " 3 months feod each bird? Tne capi0 40 its ascendancy in tho popular the Anchorage Asylum: have been well received and aided tal invested in these birdsfin that DEAIKR BerWill not be undersold. An extra copy sent frco with etery clab Iff ill pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &c of ten subscribers. branch of Congress by such means Addresp, There was lately confined in tho by tho resident white physicians. as are now notoriously used to Asylum a lady suffering from a The conrse- of study provided is city is estimated at qyO,0p. IRE AMERICAN, BIli-STDl- S, NasVrillo, Tenn. suppress the will of tho majority f iromb disease, which was tho causo the same as usually found in other Tom Allen, the exlharapjon of: ftUQS. MEDICINES, F'AIS AND Or, to state it more clearly, will of her mental trouble. She is a medical colleges, with tho excep- me nnze-nnTHE now proprieior oi tne BARTER GROCERY. the other States, East, West and delicate, refined woman, tion that a graded system is t Champion's Rest salooajnSt. Louis; Jforth, consent that a President rcarcilin affluence and accustom and uailj recitations arc re3f. MONTGOMERY, announ i requisition who has not been fairly chosen, ed to tho comforts of life. The quired throughout the whole nus oecn arrested on jiolating MR. IJ. bis friends and ibe pnblie Ihu. to from Kentucky for the because of frauds in the South, shall female attendant in charge of her course. CARL T X T C 0 J P OU2TDED1 ?3 be hRj opened a new and frcsb supply o' VST PRESCRIPTIONS b6 peaceably inaugurated. Chicago ward used to compel her to get on Wc understand that this work laws of the State in '7 in fighting all kinds of Faxilt Gkoceeiss, wbicL h will sell as low hs the lovresl. He is rer. Journal. her knees and scrub tho floor, has received tho endorsement, not with Joe Goss, south dVCovington. dy at all limes to exebange Groceries un- only of tho other medical colleges Her Majesty, Queei Victoria's Such ontgiving8 as tho above work to which she was wholly casb prices for Butter, Epg, Cbickrvs, or of Xashville, but also of many of new. book has been fublished in ny kind of marketing that the farming from leading Bepublican journals, accustomed, and which was THS CR1AT a to hor feeble condition and the leading medical men of friends may bring in. The higbrrt mar" England, and appears ft be a sequel together with tho "Southern In- the nature and other Northern citios. to the diary of her ddatsticlife in ket price always paid. Through Trunk Line of her disease This vestigations" now bciug pushed patient at times fell into a partly J. M. MONTGOMERY k. B0. Scotland, which appeaqd some years Vajuc nail the 1'rcslUoucy. DEALEE I3ST in Congress clearly indicates tho comatose state, and on one occa- , ago and which bore thSrltlebf "My n Paj-neH 11 J II "' JiJUW says a Now Henry B. programme by which tho Republi- fsion whilo sewing, tho attendant, e special, in a letter published Life in the Highland' York seeing cans propose to elect the next looked her apparently unit asioep, Thursday, confirms tho annonnco-men- t at her work, and finding The election of L? John D. President, or failing to eloct how that she had made Borne blunder mado in these dispatches Woods, editor of the .lV.EE?S all kinds of staple and fancy they propose to retain power at in her stitching, seized her, drag- last night, on tho authority of a Gazette, to the officeBSflingGreen ofStite Prinplan&, allhaiards. The Democrats elect- ged her from tho ben eh on which man privy to his political circum- ter was a high compliment to that AND PATENT sho was Bitting, threw her on the that ho will not, under any ed Tilden and Hendricks, but to oi Conrectlonerics. Will bo phased to ner nair. stances, allow his name to be ser- - brilliant writer. Dr.ftVoods will noor, and, prevent civil war, they surrendered thumped taking hoia oiand again jously presented at the Democrat shortly commeuce theJpublication 'e Abdomisal head time wr.ih teemhis old customers, and trill bib suit WIS ;4t Caggsaag whl Sji VtiteM j in price and quality. Call and see Ids election, and consented that until i,a. her nml then iic convention, line persists m of a daily newspaper aft Frankfort. SJhKTTEST AH0 SUrCKEST ROUTS MEDICINES! "Quick Sales and" Small TroCtls. Hayes aud wheeler might bo dragged her by the hair to her this determination, an important ?roei. JtciupLla, ISIIb, aad ScmViIdt to the Second Advcntist innhets fix! Toa't bo undersold f.'aa4tf own cell, when sho was so nearly factor will bo eliminated from th6 end of the world positively for eoanted in. The Republicans political calculations. Oliver H. & now bank on anoth- dead that prompt medical treat- Payne is here. It is said that he November 4, 18S4. jfocr having ment was necessary to resuscitate C pvSSf frosx H. A. & R. T. Tyler f er back dowji on tho part of the her. I. GARS Klthcmt CtanaLoala. represents his father's preferen- passed through anothecPresidential tttii to campaing, with all the term implies, Tllie.asd trot oas hnrn to prineij! ces, in urging the candidacy of Democrats. We dread tho NQRIHERH AND EASTERN CTITES. v. English of Connecticut. En- the people of this country will ba of another such crisis upon Representative "Willlis has preready for that event. glish and William H. Barnumhavo A.it !Law, THREEByTRAINS DAILY this country. Wo don't bolieve pared a most interesting table to ac not been in accord, but it is reportthin Una, suAlfiK George Thompson, ojBrooklyn, &c., &c, &c &c, &c, &c. compsuyhis bill for Federal aid to ed that Payne has overoomo if the Democrats elect their SOTE005TJEOTI0r3 A3D QTJICSE8T TTMS eighty-foyears, tas the first HICKMAN, antipathy to English, and aged that they will surronder education, which chows that illiteKENTUCKY, : racy holde the balance of power in will soon have, in Barnum, an as- prisoner sentenced to Siag Sing priagate, and if the Republicans take aftjr 10 o'clooi V "Prcsoriptions filled at any hour, day or night. Eing nighti bell EJUIGBftllTS nWlJ'rSS'vSS son. He has spent nearly sxtyvyears fourteen of the Northern and all ofl sociate in English's behalf. '' r. v. ,tTT ILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS receive special Jew rates. a the stand they did in tho of his life in that institution aud re- the Southern Sates. In thethirty-eight'.SutStf? AetvcU ot ihli Camjunr Or rates, roatafl Washington Star has the ,n The railroad men arc gathering following: . ,,, ..,; pnitol XHCEB!)i'-.1""at Fraukfort. They will make a hsiR inHn ri'turn winyu n,c- in effort against not only an indicate t Latino "old tickov is Biiprcmo " ,inrl mid it Or 01)0 01 11B cir. " nf li nnworR nf flm '.ti "i.V. "."H? 'rrvthe Democratic .. .... pmnii iiiit.T inTiL'nirr to-da- y --- TSS 2teKMS CUUEIBR. ft TUq ,eOai."- - .. - 1J jnjmUwJJ-.i-miJv-!J- " . :n Dcutfc In Tlio Sturm. T:iL-iri Avnsr r 4f?T L?l'S-"- i i. ii in """" " " j ii ii - - I- .- ill i.i i in. i iii ii m il : u.niJ4i!jm!icii jm- - . l. .i.n.MmM in'mii i n iu..'...il.l L -L a.'inw fi' ppfj j- :- -I fif ?? iA lecture to yodng men --- DEPOT FOB as9os. : rf- -- I ... ,....... ! I ;.i 1 . - 7 I I I .;- -. a. . mic--a A sr yii-i- - .. i tt J Abu-- . I -- I U b- , , MrurM-ro- , . l . I . -- . . , rpui-it.- pn- - - - , n.- I r' ! j j '" nun-storm- . - - ty 1 olT-rtnll- ! ( AI5DITIOI? i. ,0i'. i I - f nuu-sior- m ron" 1 S. BROWNS! 1 X : :J.Lt i T oom-initte- '" d Fr?cssiosaI a I 4 j-- c T C7 TUV-c- o, d fc k. -- 1 1 ??-M- te j)B. IPlRIS, 1" Ji 7 z t kugoman Faris. &Paeker, -- O T-EEPS -- rain-stor- LIQTJOES. , bail-line- Ll ONE PRICE3 1 BEER SALOON H. F. FBTHS, Ag. bo-twe- er i n y j " iBS-riarr'3r- 3r( j n nn-u- nt i Z-Ati i m Ln-nnj- fc tii 1 fftfii the-chan- h '- i " x. SW8 r e y- e ; I j0 ni.i y"' r"fm" n ear , y, LAf t JSLm I 1 . ikfsm FSrm ofl HE AMERICAN. I r,n H I , in-J- n korth-etance- s, cad - two-ce- nt t- 1 ! j j ' one-thir- d ic ' thft-ordimn- JUDGE. as 3 do-rie- firat-cla- lc , - e THE OLD RELIABLE I. A. IMM, K?tf Oflfilflfi 3S 1 i - i ! e. well-bre- d, pro-A-ide- d, -- un-suit- Phua-dolphi- J. W. OOWGILL. !! I JIM . i Mt II II I IITT DRUGS, Trusses J. W. ROQERS, j ,oT.it-rion- ri mm mmjw&m smtm GEOGESIES, 3P-A.HST- .ri 3-z.m. ITH EAST e re-eal- ts ox-G- o TOILET-XRTICLE- -- orneys at can-didat- ci Bar-nnm- 's ur Tildon-Hayo- es election, civil "war will re-sm- lt. there are 1,871,217 Mary Anderson, it is said, will ceivea a semuueu oi7onn vear in make England herpornianenthome. j tho same place last weel? a"-- Office !iaoT&-'7- entrusted to their can". Millet Block. c 8 "W ntf.. os wilt. C. P. AT0SL Louiille. Ky. G. P. t T. A. PL I :- f 1 K-- p 2sarX - V t t u. :S