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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 hic1884031401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. MHMMMMPK----..Li ' '"" TDE flICKMA . - ..; ',;;Vii - . . COURIER. r--- r- published every Friday, By GEORGE f - i 1 WARREN, Hickman, Ky. I '"' " j 1 " r FHCR-KelB- M BelWlBf, Clinton SL rl rij t j -B E l iff R rl . H i . "BT II "K -- a f sTi -- w B t - ra ia tr VB 7k - f A " I' m : fejS-" ' """' v & -- A A TWt ? ' S S .. n- - ii X 8- - N I s I w ? w iM TT -- . -- w -- h x v - -f Mj -"-- I "- Lr. - a l--- 4v-''f -- -f -- " m- mjtf JBr . QEORQE IPrice. of Subscription, $2. HAPPIER LOT. To that Strang city on the Wl- l-l heart by Itavrcat sorrow led imovlnjja that no tauh could I came, to-da- y ". WARREN, Editor. . -- , r:::n Sgg.-::r- zrjzr:--rLrr-:- - -- ESTABLISHED 3sn.9. - . r hi hi ijrs ' ' . k believe that floginjr, likC everr -- I : TTZ A Slnrv of n ftunMi. E . . ft. r v thing else, if douo at all should Jo wel? A I" . Oil WM1. M THE DAtnv. T!i iinffertf C ' Tracers. i nM ,.f 1 llTL'f.1 tlllla . va UU1l Ul B'"""- - H sast. done. I don't helievo in a dress n&rado ihe arrival In this cilv Uio other day HJff -- 5nigcaut: A New York stUl, I scarcely ever had to whip r bo; twice Of that "Queen of Tah'iti," who wit a There aro few of tho old oilmen, Froezo-ou- t is a game familiar to All the railroati ossapanies whos myjria of flowers to spread; When a teacher at the Carlisle oo the same principle that the (ad Saj.j oleomargarine owns and young gentlemen of tho younger class. lines are fed by msnyranclies, find it My tears !PS sKm. ju ui an. remimls ma whoe connection with the existing life operatesleiglitecn cheese fVia.; of Lghuiingtlidn'tsirikc twice in the s.l'me bf a.story thoAauiu ai factories. regions began on Oil Creek, It is practiced to a considerable extent, necessary to empjowkat are known pnpil: suiiuui ior iiiuiau xoiim uskuii ..i Emma, tnatthe oilnot "What is the axis of the Io in that city Mranjre and fair, rew!c can spot because it didn't need toi Whon of the Hawaiian Islands, told me of her recall the interest excited and thoiso who have at as car tracers, or h'.ear agents. His I trod, "?,sGTetful path --A VStO! in the Jir.e'ler'1 Gazette cipated in the gnme willany time parti- work is often more uwcult than those he was answered: "A think line ou by the eccentricities (as thev weie supLily lisv a bles.slnir rorvwhnn it became necessary for a bo'ito have I exj orieuce tho first time she visited appreciate tho which it .wheels around." JL)a Shaded street and flower-s- i rewnsod. an. interview4 with mo in uiv mom, ho FFraucispu. lla .w...'..j V.1W , "Emma." as sli ia famil posed to be then), of a vvell on the tittor ft plait . .at. Wllllt- " i.mtciilora tho occurrence we aro about to narrate. not familiar with raikfed affairs may P, j.r,e peace or uod. A reading room has been opened' t rarely forgot tho circumstani;cs.' I iarly but always rospectf jlly spoken of Buchanan farm, at Kouseville. It was outS5Jffisiy high pri fts!:eti for Not long since, bj the nso of th s perhaps imagine Epty cars are Uie first tiowinj well ever struck in the oi SR lloktem breed. Another writer telephone, a young man iu one of our quite often svvitgd o to side tracks at Savannah, Ga.. bj- two converted; Afar, the river, like a thread always taught school on a somewhat .by her people, is "whiK." oil regions, and It developed which is havo a OfFilvcr, poured, and farther down free and easy manner. 1 allowel ample as the ovprossion goes, boing tho a peculi- to thepmUo journal laments tho deca- groceries became ao Unintud with and and run Into tbjawk of other com- Hebrews, influence designed tobrethren. . Lay Holds that had been harvested: upon their for which he enamored of a certain joungladv who panies 1,000 daughter of an EnglTsii father and a arity of ceasing to How nt twelve dence ofthe slu tne point from Christian And autumn leaves, red, sold and brown, opportui.itv for free speech tnd enIt receives the encouragememt of 'the Made earth a crown. couraged it, and I never laid anji claims resides on Walnut stree't. Many 'pleas(llnwaian and English) o clock Saturday night and starting can see bo reason. which they strWjtThere they get churches and pastors ot the city. --V. to that infallibility which many ttachers mother -L- ookgvell to your cows of other comant moments wero passed bv' the two mixed up with Sho is there'ore, not darker again on Mondiy morning, that gave And farther stfti. n city where at this time A Y. Sun. it the llauie of the Suuday vvell. Men ra about wjta BtnlllnKoyes in whispering sweet nothings to each panies, aud areJvt to destinations surround themselves with. B(r nr than a decidedly brunette Can lie careful and not Li Hung Chang, the great Chinese - , inewbllotholrMiulsjjreat burdens bear: It was located on a lease ten rods thev were nevWi, teded to reach. promote too great a other over the wire. And mingled moans and sonsaand sighs quick to detect humbug, and a fcacher In her suite of females were a number General Grant never loos prestige with them ty-- ad- - of half-hit- e square, and the om imiIq Ups ris. and At last the parties became kuown to Consequently, H companies lose traco statesman, whom Hawaii-tinbuilding at secretion of milk. Milk fever aud garfour ablest thought One of the latter was a strapping Kouseville was afterwards put up on net are f ftquent results of such a muung tnat ne unen t know each other, and from appearances their of them, anil "cessarv to call met in one of the around the men ho And hi that city down below world, his trip thing. Although tho incident I have .big girl with the independent swagger the lea-- e where the well was. Drilling the cows to hav o plenty of romantic acquaintance ripened intd upon their car tcc5rs"te'find them and recently said in jicn note the yield of yellow jrrain. a public address that Ana 'watch the tJlvcry stream, and know alluded to consumed the rrcatcrnorf .and upright carriage peculiar to Sand- was done with a spring polo. Iriv exerepiid all the sunshine they can warm friendship. An invitation to call report their wMfcahojit' to headquar- the religion of Jesus must be a power ' Tftat blight or bloom, or rise or wave. wich Island women of all clause-- , IU1 piles were used to reach the rock, for get. "Oho cow approaches the ieriod on the lady wa. finally extonded to tho ter.. jfetMi of a valuatlo foifenoon, 1 never . jiouans ju?a or mill. tho car lor good, as it leads its lollowers to such In hunting i&i a alioi"or ooy there, anil vhtn I -- . til. this woman nearlv oerv nm lun wim which tweutyfie dollars a o'mt iva- - of psttufjuon. the wise and humane vouuff man. so one evenintr durinir tho lmSSSSaT5Ti!iBereiBeveraT:ir'i-nrhT'ia-hT5w- ,r tl, uvnn i .ft .Irnrni u! u.. t.rt "lltwfstlTx7 trr rjivnl deeds .of true -philanthropy and charity. --. . III. iris's- hoc ' bo jmll a TT ...w utiiim aiicr .' '36L the vvell dnjr z. . a n.i ..iiM " ..v., imnr rrrmUjrMM.vJA .V Vlii j .1 .r ' ..1.U,7& "Mm ttarrifcvUSIiPVbbifi S..t4.,l n HoT'iw-c-SSSs""'' oaiu iry iouuu iae ear vvnoreKStf' eauTavobnf!r"rfri1e11ormer uuuuir mmg, some ono intantlyspang Against the pitiless command was on top of the first sand. Kv this action. ys.ke pains to promote the of the fair object who had dented his railroad. He rifast all :it innumerable wero hich Wine sure lnv nil mon mnct lum. iu "la icvt uuu bam; 4vusUtSIIUU U10 popmar idea conAnd all men fear. cerning Emma better than the Queen's time there was a dozen prodneiug" wells comfort ff iir cow and she will an- heart with hor affections. frehrht v arils and walk axmr side tracks land public sehool have proved not to "I did, sir." own proper desoript on: po'ite in per- in the vicinity, all iuiv:ping. ami all swer nojly toour kindness next slimArriving at the house he rang the for miles, examining thews that come mtcriere witu the regular studies, and But in this city no one ays: a rAxrABtE niT, son and coninaiatitnlv.. litrlit ;... ,., drilled wet. as was Mr. Curtis' also. A mer in tfo milk pail Don't attefnpt bell and was ushered into the room, within ' he pale of his observation. Ho the bovs have not only developed a taste or may be, . ..v.. Altliousrh bovs have manr' noble piexion. i too, mutt start on unknown ways, "i.alani, that was the lnV hard shell was struck on the top of the to becoife a dairtman unless you are which, bj- the vvaj, is a double parlor, ipaj find car 5,87o, vvhicK belongs in for hard work, but "by their standing to dread uncertainty qualities if they are rightly "brotigat girl's name, ?Xoa from me." w illiug j make a study of the cow and separated by folding doors. It was a New York, badly battered up on tho show that training the hands is an first sand, Will go out, yot I regret to say that my exper- clerks, shop rocehed tlje homage of long time, on which they drilled for a her wauE. Elqin Atlt oeatt . bitter cold night and the j'oung man side track of some obscme road in actual help in other school work. people, chambenna'ds. the light tools of those day They do not reck of fertile Held, Lewlrr. ience of them convinces me that mjpt waiters, very little impression oa It. At la.OOO.nfti dairy cows in was thoroughly chilled by the time he Texas; or perhaps he will liscover a Cleveland and TImIP J nev care not In their peace bovs aro cruel and tyrannical. Nothing publu- generalh, with the uninformed making was" broken, divine Ono of the faithful men of tho when the oil sud- the Unifd States and 2S,(i0u,u00 other reached his place of destination. Ho freight car that has not ben heard "hrunkeu breams or mh evidences last it delight.-- a scholar a big boy so much a iey never ak for nny stinted yiolds of royal condescension as su thought denly began to How. Not expecting a cattle. The products of the dairy drew his chair up a notch nearer to the of for several months up end "n a pool Amity Church tells us that although sign as to bully a toachor. It is the hcighflof tho ocasion demtnded, Of oil or wine. stov e and began chatting aw aj . scarcely with its number under waters Then, Dr. W. It. Williams is in his eightieth v early and still a boy's ambition. Ilaien't I donffljt couraged in maintain ug being en- flowing well, there was no tank up. 7ut amount t $7M),0im,(mio are They do not mourn In vanished dreams, Worth at 40 giving the girl time to iisher'a word in again, he maj' ascertain that a missing venr he fills his own pulpit nearly every the coiumon the planks were on the ground for it. the cow remain which hundreds of times myself? " Nexgo del sion by the Queen, who thus es- In those days square tanks were built dollars ch $aw,0i0.000. But if all edgewavs. Nor weep for fanio or Iouunwon, Thus half an hour was cattle car has been run off to tfu west- bunday morning and preaches more inor lonjf for that which only seems: Uiat, tho domineering "over small boys caped in and out of the hotels and The well flowed tronglv and a Jarge the bcefcattle. old and .voung, can be spent From oine cause it seemed to ern terminus of somo road that his been teresting and instructive sermons than They do not sih at set or sun is a source of deep and lasting deliS. store-- , etc., For work not done. stream of oil ran down the creek valued 1 ?& per head they represent the young man to be very chilly in the consolidated with one or two other ever. Ho is now in the tin noticed and uninco jear One January I took my place ini The party was iu a Efforts were at once made to obtain preciself the same amount of money as room, notwithstanding the glowing lire Hues. At all events, his task is a diff- of his pastorate of the same church, and But here the happy dwellers know-Nonew school, and I was pained to notfce nny burtlen. pain or house one da when, barrels and the tank was pushed to the atiwal product of the dairy. So in the stove before him, and with his icult one. and one that requires him to is by sixteen years the senior Baptist Fney do not wander to and los that tho Mnallor bojs were inorciledFy as usual, Uhs crowd wa "thickest completion as rapidly a e iro. that tiiiwholo number of beef cattle teeth he rattled all the tunes he knew. be traveling almost constantly in Vari- pastor in this city Ar. Y. Examiner. To hide a. hurt or grief or cross M.s-d Flandileo," the joung man ous directions. by the big lubbers jp around Lalani and tlrnnest ab ut Km-n- n To save the oil until the tank was rould k) wholhj paid for and Charles II. Eaton, of New Bcneatb the moss. lorded it over both schooUroom anU you think it'srather The former, seeing some particii- - up a large hogshead was o'.taim d and Said a car tracer to a Missouri ice of one x ear's said, for the pi York, preaching on gambling, said: M,t every boom, worn and sad, yard. So well established was tBa in here? ' and his teet'i n i n ami uaznnglv bright silk placed in the derrick A plug w is nr,. income tr the dairv. Tins is a fair ch reporter: "Some people think "To put down gambling it will be Horn touml foreery wound a Iwlm, tyrannical rule that I found tho jggr and velvet, ordered a liberal upil for out of a svantling and driven into the compirinn. It is the full pot wheh rattled, and he squirmed about ou his 1 have a ott job. but they are not fa- necessary to stop raflliug in church Am tired bunds and ieet are plud littl beggars were afraid to answer' a dress, to Jh? sent to her hotel. I'a the serene and inirfoot calm, top of the dnve pipe. A hol- was Unci makes at) noise when it is struck And chair, and acted for the world as if miliar with my duties. I have been car fairs, and for ladies to give up offering Vud Gods gracious aim. questions about the matter even wffip when shall I send the bill, our Majes through the cen'er of the plug and a ertainli the dai'-.- interest makes no some unseen vision was above him traciug a long" time, and am compelled small odds on races in yonder park. tj .J" inquired the privately put. Consequently, althoi gentlj down his to say that somo of the cars I was sent No minister who could justify these &i in it, aid lint noise l.ii goes on working qiuctlv and dropping 0 fair, sweet city! daro I ask though lead pipe 1 like to encourage manly sports, I wfs Her back where sorrows never cease? obse ,uioii- - salcsn.au. into the hogshead Men ui u l'u n empatiuitlcin spite of the utmost neglect eollir. His feet were frigiditv, nriH out to find nearly a year ago aro still a harmless foim of gambling is in a Back to the pain and care ami tn&k. chased each other about ou the rounds missing. Th other day I struck: a conditfon to cry out against gambling forced to forbid Oh. never mind about that. Lalani ployed to dip the oil out of the iios and bv the Legislaoppress-oenttraf. After the release As it wa oarly in tho ,j;ion, antlw will paj the cash now." replied Lalani head with pails and pour it into hands tures evl junction on one ot the railroads run- saloon. These little tilings are, tho lias wrought this peaco? wMch permit its product to he of the eh ur. lis fingers were benumbed with cold, and seemingly he htjl lo--t the big boys had boon in the hablfejRit hers.-Jfand then, attracting the Queen's through the I ning through Illinois, when I happened devil's kindling wood." --V.,!". Fwes. ro-- i I eider p. rated ft fraudulent stuff which com1 lay these flowers on hor bronot, j ' ii assisting iu tho jrovernment of ithe attention In speaking in native to her. tunnels No one su.,..t,.( th it the petes wm them in the market. A'. J. control over tlem He first placed his to .ee a strangeJooking object near the ni whlsiwr. tnijitin that she henrs: The peoplo of Boston hnve organadded in Englishschool, and as thoir ideas on the su bauds in his pantaloons pockets to warm track that looked like a sort of canal "Her.-- , Lalani, sW surface water he shut o I. :md In those VXarllonrt! !e thine the utter rest. The smilor of tle unending year. them, then in his coat pockets, ami boat wit h wimlows hi it Smoke curl-iu- g ized and opened what they term "fho d iv s it was not thought of. The nv oi not in aecord twu what mv bill i and pay it pie se." Though mine tlie tears." finally he rai e himself slightly from l(v of a flowing vvell diew I mine, and as it had not vet been Settl 'lo have rebuked the hussj ihere from a stove-pip- e Unprtdilnblr Cons. that protruded People's Church" in that city. It is Chicago Adoane. irge crowd, his seat, and his hands found a resting-plac- e through tho roof of the concern con- much after the form of the Moody who was to run the school that veafil would ha e made a scene, but thatcon-sider- a to the sjxu, and for manv weeks it was AVe have frequently referred to the ion aside, the splei did ass lante the topic of conv need hardly stat that the order w: between his body and the chair, vinced mo it was occupied. Out of cu- church in Chicago. It accommodates n OUIt BOYS." it'on ajnonjj oil large number of unprofitable cows that and he gradually edged himself nearer riosity 1 walkod up to the concern in 2,500 peojde, with accommodations not ouoyuu. Acct noon I wont into tte of the g.rl and the slSht of the men. more in an adjoining chapel, which dairv cow. th tt never the stove until it was nearly lost in his order to get a better view of it. On are dismissal faces of The well (lowed Into th. h.?.hid pav kepfcin the Shortly after I took charge of a largo yard as soon as school was snow-Sat- e one cent proLt, and jet aie kept embrace. At this moment the young close examination I found it contained can be united with tho main aiuliuncc-roowomen in the suite, drove i ut of through the lead-pipand found a largo pilo of town school an incident occurred that hoaped by the throwing open of doors. ar aiwr j'oar. It is to "be presumed her mind whatever indignation the it, for several weeks, without tuUin' in up at or until a tank that vv e keep our cow s for profit Undet lady excused herself from the room, letters and a number on its side. Re- The seats are arranged in showed me how little dependence there Thoj- - wore like cannon-ball- smissiles, a fgg. yueen most cruel ferring to my book,! discovered it was maj have felt. Stepping to the could he built. having the t ink w.i. up the old system of farming, we think giving utterance to the expression. Is to be placed in the honor or truthful "Yes. Mr. Twolejr. ir does seem the identical car I had been trjing to find form on a gradually sloping floor, like forenoon ness oi an average big bov. Dunn"-reces- been dipped in water at tho hardenTn salesman she inquired: "How much, one joint ot two an I on lult in h that this was not alwavs the case; and chitlv. please?" intermission I'll have vay little brother bring for six months. The railroad company those in a theater, and folding chairs tubing was put into the pip", .uid it niav ho now be in some case. But tne pupils were in tne habit of the interim. and allowod to are substituted for pews. Attached lo The Queen rather choked at the an- - extended up into the in some coal." I picked one up, intendhad established a station there, it derrick through while cows were formerly largely kept nvritjng with chalk op the blackboards ing to All the ewor: "cno, p lease, And thus he was left alone in all his tha bring it without building a station houo the church is a parsonage. out wailwimr the bottom of a common oil barrel that completely surrounded the school-Too- utter barbarity in with me and show the familv table with rhiHities. and as the door clo-e- d of Hinging such ballfJi her amaz mul the best she could, for the accommodation of the public seats ar free. ZWa Herald. which was fastened there on a scinold-iug- . butter, to "ipplj This so filled the room with and no attention was given to to settle the bill iu good gold "One March day," says the veneriI "Who made those the object of his admiration he Determined to eiipplj the deficiency, The single joint of ml ing was all chalk dust that tho breathing was t, of the coin, asked a small boy. 0 sligh'lywhile tho triiimphint and onlv that was ever put into th- - well. Old the aactual tostgeneral butter, now there bounded to his feet and praocedatound the residents of the neighborhood had able Bishop Pierce (Methodist), of so I forbade the writing. One is belief that thej prettj trembling day when I had been out with the pu- ne Casting a frightened look around him tho success of the real Lalani legarded clothes and waste were packed around should iohl a profit, and generallv thev the room, wringing his hands and confiscated the car, placed it in a con- Georgia. "1 rode ten miles through a joke in apparently the tubing inside the drive pip aud answered under his breath: gnashing his teeth, lie ruhBd into tho spicuous place near the track, cut holes drenching rain to Flatrock Chapel, only i pils in the yard. I came to the sclnjul- are supposed to But we all know how hall queenly indilVerence- - to such trifles a", braces put on them and slid "Jim Higgins, sir." his overcoat iu it for windows, and converted it to find two persons there, a mati and a nml caxi u.uii;i. 'P Tftnm llrwil- - Uuu cm Mn:-,- . .. agaiust the low the average of cows kept for milk and and hastily ing into he was to ., ,. . rr J.UII1111V bills. gloves, feed die into a depot. I reported mj- - discovery; boy. After waitiug a few minutes- I that if sides of thederriik. to prevent thcr be!,1,u was ine oiggest ana worst boiu ?n,lctr;.,cit. Atkins aloha in t!nv rnom &av.it . v.. .I the ltlt, scnooi, anu I thought that if it camiPto, in tell ng this story Queen Emm ing Hovvu out. Tho owner est mate in tieascount rv is. andcows exceptions, by freezing while trjing to have enjoj"-me- and shortly afterward the company said: "Wo might as woll leave here, " llllilinr t HM wiiiirnnna !!- tif ii'wn - . both to individual and herds, he would do it with his overcoat hauled the car avvaj disregarding the as there willbe no congregation." But tusol between us. as I felt it inevua- - concluded: "I never even rebuked the best dav.s production the blackboards." T m,?Hv m, ...W.y MiUMH,M ? - would, there was everv chance rhata girl, who, I after, art! harned, played thesixty barrels or possibly of the well are ullieient to how us what cows can and gloves on. Returning to the room protests of the residents against the the man quietlj responded: "Through blat sevvntv live he made to do. The i ause of failure to without tho boy's notice, and when I Die joke on a 'dan?' from thi other barrels, ho settled himself once moro into the five miles ot pelting rain I have coma Sometimes we find Jim would though others put it a lu-nc,x entered the was empty. no bonoajot jet the best of mo. I mike frfgWJ - bei.XJSwl-tJiJrt.jAydbl- , make our cows pav better is In the first chair, and a huudred thoughts flashed proceeaing. tho demolished cars at the to hear preaching ' I saw my duty the remains oi the fact tuatvas.uacW ncr "When school was called the'eyes ot all , ; iTssl.u4K2, ior tno sirarofiWiibllWuttinTUohTTnM Ll oil are, nr;r, ifooUofim'?gbmUH4)atJioaiaa wero turned to the audacious hand- Tiim and I hail ctuluavoretl qufte unsue- - tanned tor me which sho relieved ma of. nwin!fftmy r. tire wax t place uooV' Kmm&inf?nm?i aro entitled to it. TTm'caVs tor oniFtiDUri cesii!iiy to propitiate Inni during t& dollars a barrel. writing on the wall. When quiet was week that school care. I here is no doubt at all that by thought perhaps the North role was the surfacevntFthoroofsiSkinaliove San Frauctico Citron clt. of some pond, and some- addressed my little congregation ana had been going og: After the vvell began flowing into the pMrsflhig tho projier course in this restored I said: ; was never listened to with more attenAt this moment Jim entered theyaitf, barrel at the end of the tubing, pebbles matter we could increase the aggregate besieging the citv-- thought he thought times wo never find them at all. "Who wrote that sentence?" vvell, he thought of everything nico Hallway lit i iw. tion." A Lesson of Thrift. squeezing a snow-ba- ll with his hands could frequently lie heard rattliug in it. profits of the dairy from twenty five tc was no answer. There between his knees after the manner of How forced the head of the fifty per cent. And if that sup'position and warm. Osow," said I, "the chances aro that Into the hills cast of St. Helen, about and one Forests Turned to Kindlings. He huardaripplcof smothered laughPCXKEST PARAGRAPHS. those words were written by some one boys who want to make a hard one. two years ago came two Italians, father brrrel out When this was being mendis correct, somebodv's losses at present He was iuakinjr for his pile when he ed, it was discovered that the bottom of most be extensive. We received a book ter in the adjoining room, and advancing now in this room. I intend to find out noticed If all the wood that is piled up in the The longest word in the dictionary softly, put his ear to the folding me standing by it, when ho and son, just arrived from the old coun who is the culprit. The crime is not a try. Thev hail no means of anv conse- - the barrel was tilled with pebbles which Hot long since that showed how one tUors; then he placed his eye to the otherwise vacant blocks in the neigh- is "disproportionabloness." By pushgreat one, but if to it is added persist- stopped, straightened up and looked at ?uenee, ami could not purchase land had been thrown out to the depth of cow oould U made to supply a family and saw and saw well, he borhood of Seventeenth Street and the ing out everj other letter it ought, to nearly a foot. ent falsehood it will become serious, in me a moment as if he hesitated whether and yield a surplus. Its reasoning was saw a nice, warm, bright lire in the East River should be reset in the ground make an excellent comb. DflZroft n was, however, a quarter-sectioto drop tho or brazen it out. in its original condition, it would form After being turned juy ees at least. Let tho pupil who The silence snow-baconclusions for and the eyas of the whole of Government latid on a side hill, four or five days, the into the tankflow- good, and its. are probably are sustained other room, and a strange young man a forest lhat would cover a space a Post. disobeyed have the manliness to stand m eases that well began known to all sitting beside the rough and almost inaccessible and cov"I'll be hanged if I knew what I lady had third as big a tip and acknowledge his fault before school on him braced him up and he ered with underbrush, with rocks of all ing With the greatest regularity. It of us In our cities can f e found single sodotightfulry entertained himwho. during nearly all pine Manhattan Island. It is was about " as the murderer remarked, cried: Virflic sehool." from Petinsjlvania, cows which almost siqqwrt the widow the first part of the evening and the Sizes upon nearly everv square foot of flowed four times a day, and so regular when asked if he had anj'thiug to say "Mjistcr, gimme leave?" Xo one stood up. The boys looked at Jersey and it. Ti is land, which every one eW that for a number of (lavs the flows did and her family; and generally it is strange man had his ami slipped ginia, New solid blocks ofConnecticut. why sentence should not be pronounced. ".Certainly." J'he tall and to" presume that such cows trunks - Boston Tratwript. tree not vary a each other, but no one moved. had gentlj around the girl's waist. With a movement like lightuing he tion, rejected as incauab'e of cultiva- became so minute. Its time of flawing prokabh'fnir loads "Well, all that did not write that well known that men would do not roceiv e the most intelligent care. fast bj the tittle sturdy Ita inns took up. They Ye gods and little fishes! Tho are renewed so constantly train that Hung the snow-ba-ll What's the difference between a directly at my built themselves a little shantv. There come with their watches to time it and But they get ordinary good care and sentence stand." arriving thoughts that flitted through his mind and boat load? it is imjossibIe to see by looking at man who tears down a picket fence and Like one boy the whole school arose head. I ducked like a Hash, but the being no water near, they felled siuall amuse themselves by regulating the pay well for it.i II certainly does not A sudden thought took possession of ball took the rim off my hat and plas- trees, grooved troughs in to its feet, Atkins among tho rest. time of day by iL On them how rapidly they are consumed. one who drosses a spring chiuken? One need Jo them, tered it against the neighboring fence. thus constructed an aqueduct H5(. and third Sabbath after beingthe second or one of be argued at this late day thai him and he skipped to the stove and To see that one "must stand under the pulls the picket and the other picks the I next had each boy stand up sepa- I had been no turned into our average .common cowsi; opened the doors and gazed in upon feet Yonker.t (ituet'e. slouch of a snow-ballTittle the tank it made no oil. This was that skirt the blocks. In pullet. rately, and I asked him on his honor if long, through which to notrionrlyfo profitable as a cow that a lighted caudle! "only that and them sheds circular saws running at myself in my youthful days, but I never household use. They hring water for are to Mr. Curtis, the owner, and has at least a dash of Holstein or Jersot nothing more." he had written the Hue. I shall never The shark does business on a large ' then set to w ork forget the look of honest indignation Hung a ball with such vengeance as clearing the land, removing the trees also the fact that on the next habbath blood; and if that is true, it fol The discovery he made warmed the lightning speed from dawn until night scale. Xeicman Independent. So dyes it made no How. On the following lows that the full bloods would j'oung man's blood, and fie at once de- and biting the great poles into little the coal merchant and hav dealer. But . and underbrush, and brought into a tillwith which Thomas Atkins denied all that. I sprang erect and said: knowledge of the writing. When this j "Xow it's your turn," and sent my able state .jiiite a tract of it on which Monday morning, finding that the aine be still more profitable. It is doubtful termined to bo avenged. Closing the blocks, which are in turn fed to the we do not wish to be understood as chopping knives that con- calling these respectable gentlemen examination was over there was a mo- ice bolt at him as-i- f it had come from a they wi 1 set out grape vines. On be- thing had occurred, Mr. Curtis or- if a reading farmer can he found in the cannon. He ducked, of course, but I ing asked if it wasn't too rockv, the dered a gunge to he taken the next .Sa- United States who would dispute this. stove door he awaited patiently tho re- vert them into kindling wood. ment of painful silence. sharks. Oil City Derrick. huh', who shortly turn of tlu L'nder these restless blades whole "Well, boys," I said, "it just amounts had calculated oii that, and the ball hit old man answered, "Oh, no!" anil then turday night at twelve o'clock, and an- Then the question naturally follows, made her appearance. Mr. Twoleg, A little girl did not to this: If things remain as at present him square on the ear with a thud that marking places about eighteen inches other on Monday morning. This was whv are the improved breeds not more enveloped in his ov crcout nnd more forests have disappeared. The chop- obey when her mother first chilled her. the imputation rests on the whole made my heart stand still. He Hung apart on the ground, he said, "Here, done and the guages showed that not a generally adopted? Woll, that ques- comfortable, insisted upon ohattiitg pers are made up of two blades, crossing So her mother spoke rather sharply. ' school. If any of you can suggest a his arms over his head tind fell back rock. There rock. Hare (placing Irs drop of oil had been put in the tank. tion cannot be answered. Every man with Miss Flandileo for another hour, one another at right angles. The are Then she came in and saiih. ''Mamma, remedy, I shall be 'pleased to hear it." against the gate by which he had just hand midway between the two marks) This occurred each Sunday for a long whoknovvs the superior value of" these and then as it was getting quite late, he fixed under an iron block, and move up I've been vory kind to yon andt and down with great rapidity. A man 1 don't want jouto speak so large to . There was an indignant murmur over entered. His face was pale and he putta vine. Verry good." And thus time causing great interest and much breeds, and yet tails to adopt thorn took his departure. gasped for breath. Although with sot they are bringing into cultivation some mystery in the minds f the people. the room, and one bov rose to his feet reliably has some special reason of To a friend, Mr Twoleg remarked, st uuls in front of each one, feeding it me." three "I think, Mr. Jones," he said, "that teeth and tears in his eyes, he smiled a of the most discouraging land, so far as At that time there was considerable dis- C is own" But it is a poor reason the next day, that he thought the young with tho blocks, which arceight inches An individual applies to the cab' inches annenmnrn rrrwia Tn Yin frtimil tn 41. cussion you are wrong in blaming ns all for ghastly smile. tho breaking of the And it is a poor reason that pre- lady had a bad cold now, and he was high and from four to you O, master!" he half sobbed, "your scotinlv. 1 herever thore is n Sabbath on oil wells, and this vvell vents a farmer from stocking up either certain she had received the worst of broad. One blow of the knives does copipanj for a situation. "Do siri" ' what one has done. If I had written on "Yes. arm's a heavy one." iwcen the rocks sufficient to afford a served as a good text against Sabbath with the grades or full bloods of our the do the work. It takes two to re- - know how to drive?" not the board I would have stood up and bargain. Eranscille Argus. "You see, Jim," I said, with a light- foothold lor the viue, there tho vine breaking. After some study Mr. Curtis beof.brccds, if he is breeding for beef. ducc a block to piecesof the traditional "You know that you must be polite. said so." j'our ness I did not feel, "snow-ball- s like goes. The son works out dtiriiifr the discovered that this eccentricity was Scrub stock, ns a nile, does not paj-- , sie of kindling wood. Endless belts with allhonest. passengers?" "Alii" f'l believe you," I answered. For example, what Wind is Made From Paper. chickens, come home to roost." filled with buckets carry the kindlings "And rsumm r, earning sufficient to meet their due to a natural cause. There were and the ex options to the rule are too "Then why not believe us all," said "They do that," gasped Jim, as he frugal v ants durinir the winter, and in manv pumping wells surrounding the raroto make it advisable to seek lor into the rooms where the handlers are would j'ou do if you should find in your . several voices at once. One of the most remurknblo pocket-boo- k to containing$10,O00T' "I will be glad to do so at the mo- poked the crushed ice out of his ear a few years' time they will have a place Sunday well, all of which were shut thom. We naj- - be getting rich by which paper has been put to of late at work. These bundlers are boy- - who cab a "Nothing at all, I should live on my ment you convince me that the hand- with his forefinger, "and they roo.st to he proud of. --Y; a ( Gal. ) Jhgi.it, r. down each Saturday night at mhlnigliL breeding up, while we aro seeking in jefti-- is the manufacture of xylonite, a work with a rapidity onlj' to be com- income." Hiicago Herald. with the swiftness of the aws Tho surface water was not shut oft and vdn for profitable common stock. writing came there in a similar manner mighty solid, you bet.,v substance which at tho willof the manu- pared He was grit clear through and nevor "What has become of Miss Blank, and of the knives. Each boy this Hooded the producing sand. "On We&tornlRunil to that at tfelshaZzar's feast Xone of The English Mile. facturer, may be made in iniitatio.t of has an Monday ' morning the pumping wells you believe that; o, as J saidbefore, do whimpered. iron frame upon the boneh who was such a favorite in jour set?"" horn, rulber, ivorj tortoise shell, , When school was assembled I said: frame he fits "Hor father failed a few weeks ago. before him, and into M. Favchas oxnlainotl whv it takes wore started again, and as soon as the Market Its Inllticiiro on any of .you eeezx way-ouof the woods?" amber and oven glass. The tios to tho pieces that are to this the bundle. and all thej had was sold bv the slier- - . ? "Boys, the trustees hired mo to isixtv nine and a half English miles to water was exhausted the Sunday woll form the Product. Another boy rose to Ins, feef,rglggle.d which zvionite aro adaptable are almost "When the frame Is filled the boy slips iff." "Poor thing!" "And now they teach the young idea how to shoot I make a degree instead of sixty, as was begau flowing again with its aecus:omed a moment anil sat down again. One serious obstacle in the way of infinite, but perhaps the most extraor-dinarj- - into one of the open spaces that are have to live in a little rented house Tiie wbqlq echoed laughed boy na- have eiven Jim, there, a lesson on Iprobablv intended when tho mile was regularity, only to close when Saturday is the manufacture of cathedral substantial improvement in dairy proshooting that, if it didn't, as is too often festabl shed. Tho English geographe: s night came around. sure to remain a little piece of pine down town." "What a change! How. ture exnettv tlin nno mnmnnt cnTnucwindows. The discovery was made Tlhe case, go in at one car and out at'! ilcdi.c 'd their mile irom 1'toleuiv. and the next ono a "i'Me. that has been coated with resin. This she must rrieve!" "Yes. She is so When the oil was exhausted in the duct! among small farmers is the presfifteen years ago, but it is only is called a lirhtnc A foot lever brine's inuih changed that even her best friends Km-I- n first sand, after the well had produced ent roathod of disposing of butter. In within the "Come, John, what suggestion have i no oiuer, came very near ooingjj. rtoiemy reiers to tfratouheucs. list two vears that a com- the iron band at tfie ton of the frame i would not recognize hor, I met her on some years at the teachin'r businesj tosthenes measured the of the n er three or four months, it was drilled by the oiflollvor to make everv bodv happy you to offer? Don't be bashfiil." by treatinV all alike tho country store pany has been formed for its manufacI have "Ot into the habit of bavin; inn I idian on the basis of the d stance aud did not know hor down upon niu nw wiin jorceenougn tho street steam power through the third sand pays a John rose again, looked half comic- Own way. uniform price in trade for tho ture. The basis of xylonite is a plain to squeo.e the mass into the proper at all, poor thing."' Philadelphia Proas. jrotdnto tween Sjenny and- - Alexandria, m a depth of 500 feet. No oil was found dltlorent ally around, and said, with suppressed tno same You seem to hav e am f. lots of butter purchased. white tissue paper made from cotton or size and shape, and while it is held ' E2ypr, which gave 70TJ stidia to the in either the second nernicious nauir. t -"Charles, where have jou been?" mirth: third sand, ting old aud it's hard for me to acquire degree" I'tolcmy savs that he verified it wus abaudound. or Meanwhile and There t$ hule or no incrimination c itton anil linen rags. The paper is there tho boy tics the bundle with inquired a "When I went to school down East new habits. You aro young wife of her husband ." tho made nupricc tieated first to a bath of sulphuric and coarse tarred twine and throws it out and Jfcs the measurements of 'Eratosthenes ami price of oil had declined between good, bad or some one broke a pane, and the master outside the a easy. Now if I don't' have liy oim found the same result, which e "ives, point in January to twenty-fiv-from the $10 The storekeeper would lose other acids, undergoing a chemical ready for sale to thegrocers. So many on his return fromacts. tripDid the junn e couldn't find out who it was, so he be- way there will be trouble. , cents a his business jf h(. j)ajd m change. Tho acid is then carefully of these bundles arc turned out that the theater between If 1 53, however, a .3 0 stud a to tho degree. barrel. Oil (' Derrick.' Smith two gan at one end of the room and whipped there will be washed out and the pnper treated with manufacturers never order less than aj equivocate and attempt to dodge thjj. cents pfr pound more for rer butter peace. The decision rests The discrepancy arise from a change everv scholar iu thebuildin"-.to than h& allowed Mrs. Jones for the another preparation of alcohol and million at a tunc oi the little printed issue thus forcibly presented out tohim? .r which took place in the t ndnrd of tne "Well, John," I said, "1 attended a with yon. What do you say, Jim?'--t (kK went to he stadium product'of her dairy, no matter how camphor, assuming an appearance dodgers, one of which is put under the Did he say that he had been assort see Cheap and Xasly Journalism. Jim was still pale and a little shaft-o- foot of which Eimilar matinee myself once when I was that a man? Did he bluhiiigly mueh superior the former might be very much like parchment. It is then string of each bundle. --V. Y. Sun. during fie !() years betw en Eratoshis pins, and I noticed with sorrow young. The plan has the merit of inhe was called out to privately Hence as the good buttor sells too low, capable of being worked up into plates 3tjj Wo do not recall any more striking thenes and Ptolemy. Eratosthenes used cluding the culprit, yet I fancy the rest that his ear was cut. a horso trade? Did he crawl, cringe ," Advice. "Well," he drawled out," "1'niifor the ancient lgv ptinu foot .which is or lnmcntti&Ie phuuomouon in journal and the inferior lot sells above its value, of any thickness, rendered almost No. ; - , of the pupils might consider it unfair." aud whine out a falsehood? jriven any of perfectly transparent, and botli, sell The first boy now htood up again. peace, for the rest of the day, at leaJt. shorter than ours, while Tt lemy used ism than the cluuure which has coma ment so far alike, there is no induce- the brilliant colors thatcr "You have been a graiu speculator, Drawiug himself up to the full height ,. j, silk will take. as the "Master," he ventured, hesitatingly, I'm in favor of jriving the master aTf'ir the 1'hileteriau foot, which is longer over tho New York morning papers to the production market is concerned Jt is much more iloxibfo tbau either I bolieve," said a g business nf sir feet, of niaillv tllirilltV. llO 0X- Making allowance for lh!s since they reduced their price and enof a superior article. '" "1 think It is no more unfair than say- show for the winter I guess if we doPt than ours. claimed heroically: "My name ii Jones, man, as ho entered a difierencc. the two ineasiiiuments tered upon thoir present strenuous comanyhow. can and will make a horn or ivory aud less I rittle. Combs aild without ceremony broker's office I cannot tell a lie. I have been "tit? to"-- ' rui iiiwsu ing that"5ic impntatum rested on us all he'll take it,the side of I don't wantlto agree took the first . The English geographers, iu petition. The change was as sudden good product, the rented lies in sock- or other articles made of it in imitation the school hon$e i rass"" mu merely because somc.boy whom you be hit with c.i itrbif.lt via the wind is. making their calculation, bel oved that sis it was remarkable, and it would al- ing out a special market'for his butter of tortoise shell are said lobe so perfect chair he was .waved to. again." -- Taos Siflinqs. 4 cannot find out has told n lie." "Yes, sir; I have been a speculator, he little hatchet" Ptpleniy had used still another foot, the most seem as if the managers of these among individual consumers, who ap- in appeamncc as to deceive the oj-- of "Jim," said , as he sat down, "p 'You are right," I said, "and 1 was a uniformly good article, and the lno-- t practiced workman in that but I aai now out of the business, thank n half hunGreek iu saying so. Only one .boy is afraid you've been " wrong aais dredthsfoot, which is one andbut shorter pnpors supposed that they could create preciate willing It's hazardous, sir, very A Singular Revelation. longer than ours, say to pav therefor a fairly substance. The difi'cronco in the goodness.. a new constituency by going into the who are guilty, and I will .never 'believe until I won'th?ul anything about it tRis tW l ' material can be detected only bj' tests'. hazardous." huh it. If gutters and tho slums after it. hefter tnn. Some one. win than the one he did actually ue. It is remunerative price. nis conuuci convinces mo mac mere is. A very siuglar revelation was inade. ti "Yes, well' then, I take it from that JndHilrUU Aws. There? is no scarcity as yot of such get hurt." sfe the English geographers of the sixticuth possible that they may do so, but it another in this room who is so cowardly :uieanupv?. that von don't believe in a young man o Dr. William isrnce, oi among "tfis J century had strained th s vaHiat'on ever would have boen'well for them to re- customers who, just as" soon as they can I expected that Old Higgins would 'nt untruthful, " Fla.. a man who is noted To tost yonr popularity: Wear a dealing in futures. ' T& down not day with a shotgun, butff so little, and h d carried it to five ono- member, simply as u matter of business be assured of a continued uniform proany I rose and went otiicklv' down tho "No, sir, I do not It is a reprehen- acquaintances as an unbeliever of ragged coat. Contribute niggardly to room, 8ei7ed Atkins by the collar and never heard 6f the matter again.l hundredths, they vvmi d have found G30 policy, that they were entering uj on duct, are quite willing to contract for charity. Alwavs get in somebody's sible practice,.vir; very reprehensible." .,f !io isms.M especially spiritualism. . stadium, wh'cb they an uneven competition with papers it, at a gQMl price, the jear round. If English feet for the jerked him into the center of the aisle, don't think Jim ever told him. He w I While sleeping the other night he had' Borrow your neighbor's paper way. some way "What would you d0 wjm a son believed to l.c GO') Greek feet, and and with a vigorous shove sent him plucky and we had peace. "An to G30 feet, or 210 j ards, multiplied bvthese which wore in the gutters and slums butter could be ie devised whereby regularlj. Never omit to sajT some- .j'ou had Qncvho persisted la dealingin a vision, in which he saw his wife's" WHi, before them, and that it was possible to sold on its merits it headlong forward towards tho platform Pedagogue" in Detroit Free Press, m brother engaged in a deaillv comoau Step into futures." would greatly stimulate tho production thing on overy occasion. would give them 103.001 yards for the lose their old constituency while seek t with a speed that taxed his agilitv to and which resulted in the lattqrs ti"N son -- and I've cot ono your friend's office aud sit with 'Why, If mf a exactlv the keep his feet I whirled him around was so real' Many of tho squares of the citv dcreo andY. Ihraht.1.7G0 yards for tho ing for a new one. At present there h of good article; but so long as the feet on his desk. The mffe.- -y. If you can do' all should deal'iri"futures, I should wrestle death. could vision rid himself that . the annul race among them for the latest present method of marketing continues these thing of f?cing the pupils and cried: not were lighter last night lhan wo ha"" awhile, and then if and retain'yo-upopularity with him piece of scandal and sensationalism. there will be no incentive to the pro"Atkins, who wrote that sentence on been accustomed to seo them. made upon him, 'and " 1 should fire him out of the strong impression Tfe Roll: Take a cuo Matters which they would onco have duction of am extra .product in tho de- j'ou will be warranted in the further Gr.tham Sponge tho wall?" ladies began where thoy left off, t& ho anxiously awaiieu inc arrivaLof published briefly and obscurely now ap- mands or the market. Tho butter maker test of running for office. Hartford house." KV did, sir." from his relatives. He had "I lesson of the flood of February and a half or graham Hour, th oe tab Post. "All right lour son is coming ta some news to wait for the next, mail , wf uls of I ot water, one teasp onul pear on their "first page, tricked out who wishes to make a good article and, "Of course you did. Xovr I'm goin-tthe street early in the cveaiE not lone sco my daughter neariy every nightin the hmn-rhreverse John's plan. I am going to the full benefit of their parlor ligklt ofsaleratus, one cupful of 'iigar, arl with taking headings and written with get a fair priec for it, must seek tho a letter announcing the death ... A New. York female, n,Sht T overheard them t. ..;. I.... !n lltA nvnef t r Not con- consumer for his customer and act as fust an eye in a fight with whose dog week- and la?thow much concentrate on your shoulders the pun- and at a later hour placing brilTiSr three eggs- - Ilea' th.s water a id baler-atu- s toothsome embellishments. i lucwawwuu- - ? M oi tils orouicr-jH-.a cat, talking about1 the; thought ncr ami in tho transaction. ishment that the down East schoolmas lamps m upper windows. The magaLJ into the cup of sugr, and stir tent with making the most of such his own middle-ma- n ai tno erj uum an occulist 10 put a lass ej'c iu I was worth.'' ',a ,3n t dealing in ""- Ihe facilities for shipping and carrjing ter distributed ovec-th- a licenco of a double student's lamp undtf them into the flour. Beat the eggs lor crimes aud scandals as might turn up are novyo peared to him in his vision A sister of lJ the place of in the natural course of things, the, "1 complete that there is very clawed ouL tho member that had beua futures I'diike to know what is. 1 just to t. Butter a Go to my room, sir. A". Y. these circumstances was a revelatios? ten minutes and add "-little "0, Mr. Jones, I'll never, never do The lights in the. windows are genera? long biscuit pan, and bako it thin f ,r nike tho whole country ns with :t fine-- t reach diflicnlty for one who lives within Tcxa's'Si) tings. of the" railroad station to make toth comb, revive old stories, and oven so again." fifteen or twentj m nutes. Trrnouton The premium for the best book on him." a similar dream, and while relating the accepted as evidence of pubTic sp weekly shipments, and in such condiladies of Hollister, circumstance at the breaKiasr. taoie, "1 know you won't. eventj-.X"nS Go to mv and private benevolence asofftivvcl Spread jelly over ;t and bite greedily at scandals which nro en- tion as w uj the Day of Rest, to be delivered to the -SCincinOm reach the customer in good American Sunday-Schoroom." roll up. Wh.su cool c t like je lv cake tirely fictitious aud are invented to hit nrdor. Union before Cal., advertised recently in the local received a telegram announcing its isommcrciai uazeiie. Duron post and Tribune. the iiiarket. Boston Journal Ecusekold. hc OOber, is $i,0Qf), V. Y. Observer. papers for 'hu3bandS- - CAtca.70 Times. fulfillment. Exchange. "r t- - 1 ninrnrAM tttt , 1 ui -- - m.w:"7rr.,v" -- I "" er !., 1 m; tuu T ::.,",,rl: " ,.;- K .uflli iN Y , - rZMr: lllMGX'1X gont,lelly' -3--- 'C V VOL. X lXr-I W. ----- IS N 1 Y, KRI -- 1 ) A Y, MARCH L 14. 1SS4. "' ::r mzz .. L-' Fine Job Printing -- EXECUTED. - wo, ISfc. Jji! 8A1B "BIILS, I I n.-- " - i,' ' ' ENVELOPES, LETTEB-HEADa,- 'J "' ' ' bill-head- s. ., INVITATIONS, 24.- ... . miiii ajxoj , bto, " eto., . Sul)l)ath-Keoi)iii- - vm.ni I raann-factnr- or ctvi Queen-Dowag- earth?"''" -- throo-quarte- rs half-whit- o" !aSri fil ( a-i- onnjr, -- ".' piiro-blcHMk- nl s. post-offi- ce prac-tice.siVw- w " . thrall i j- mttlllurr - JJtear l - srf rcccniry-estJDrwn- wi mamax. !'fr-P- v 'To-morro- to-da- -, - bell-boy- s, - -- "e , fifty-seco- nd t fash-onab- le dry-oo- ds pos-iM- snow-balle- s ev. ch-chil- ly - v over-cautio- n, nis-rte- oii ice-wat- lonir-doIr- tl snow-bnlli- ng 1 . I - snow-baiiinirwe- re 1 I fot-7.5- half-grinnin- g, half-affrighte- d r m e semi-circul- ar ft--- r s d,e ap"-pear-s, pio-coede- d 1 snov-balls?"- difli-cul- . dry-goo- ds - 1 1 - 1 nt itra. -- :ia.wjrj .gnl-nfj-v.., mmmMm le aml-remu- m; -- -- - " "4-- i -- m . " key-ho- ll cr re-lort- trip-hamm- er four-year-o- ld to-da- y, whnt-everiti- s. con-crui- ng 1m- u-- es s the-spee- Tlitt-iJuU- t cr -- " ab-M- it J ac to-da- y 1 " clo-e-u- p J"' solid-lookin- " o " -- e snow-ballin- , . cj ? Inc-to- r II t w em-ploy- J wholo-schoo- Gr-nphi- M &stz.ssss- iii.. - ol r-T- 2t "TV "fc- -. atZl'-.-r- K'3? && , m&z&m.. f " I am Anthonv Mnralinii. "After this Adelaide grow more frail FARil JLXD HIIESIDU. every day, aud, for the sea voyage and tho Sho started back, poised an instant,,-o-,e change, wo camo to America. She was foot and then, springing better at first, and then sho failed in that 8 wild clad crv. shu mi.i.i .. i..wu There is sometimes more Juioo In ft GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. fatally sure but imperceptible way wHeh ttfnl arms, and claRped the old is eatdn. Thi? of consumption do, and grow- strong young breast, exdaimingtman to W can of pineapple, than nlv victims ing' more radiantly beautiful, Tim, with i KENTUCKY. Farmer, gHIOKMAN. "flthe?! II told 1SSr0lVvit!,rm,lnA each succeeding day." dropped his head und did . The old man ucaiw iwouiu A compost oi good muck vith lime. ,",.' not speak again until some one, going in my little father, than all ofrattier hum England es has sometimes been found as effective 1 LEAP-YEA- R the opposite direction, shouldered roughly yos.yesl-nna- ll MISSIVE. tho world!" against him aud roused him. as manure, loau tor load, upon light u would'nt th w rr.iuo - without vr....fa "It was then, Tim, that I learned to work groat 80,,Sstrss and thi, 7 nd heavy soils. "A woman's lot If rather hard. Tnnv J on the shoes. I only had what I earned hr little, radiant old man wore inseprabl Since she 1V custom is debarred Feed plenty of buttermilk to tho From making' such advances At this point Uncle Tonv brast1 h playing in the orchestra. You seo there near them too, was loyal, loving Tim As will her happmes necuro i'.1 hens. Either give it in place of water were in New '' nd blowedhfaB vicot" wantednomegroat folks them." York who his , triangle; while "mother."i Sushr" Through life, ava render her secure Illr. IllHllr.vvn.1 I... v,,nmX lHli i..'!tU' or thicken it with a mixture of bran to play for !...... Silll alat-From conjugal mischances." me to ,l''l11,,saidte Sentleman,'sea what we think that Adelaidegreat comfort tofor any- as to values, stood like a rock between nil and meal. Thick milk and skimmed 'ccelaio "Ah, Tim, it is a nevor amoiuent the world and Anthony .Marshall's daueh wanted we Thus salil a maid, who sat apart are also excellent. A. Y. milk can do.' We went ani and hiTOteon a thing whiih money could buv, and that she And held eommunlon with her heart in : 'fcayo Btrald. of nnnpr . nnt Tiieco nrl That :hrillcvl and throbbed with passion. i envelop" """ never knew about tho shoes!" man "Now turn about but fulr play; told me to go over to Carton's Thf iter and Tho old man said no more until Tim A cold, damp, airy temperature Aud beaux and belles should have their day. give it to the man at the nsked: I d Chinese Funerals. Not In fashion. will cause animals to consume more here, Uncle Tonv, is "And how was it about Sara, Uncle tickets !" And Tim toot Tony?" food without corresponding results I must home Tbr with stay atreceive,each eve, Of nli tho multifarious ceremonies in Done, mucle, flesh or fat, much from his pocket and handed them to the old "After it was all over," said Uncle Tony, And serenitv man, who, bringing them close to his near- in a quiet, weary tone, "I could not play. and proprieties which JVlasI Tom. Dick and Harry, tin boing used, to keep up warmth. Troy sighted eyes, exclaimed: "H'hv rim, tliev Thore is much in us, Tim, which may dio social intercourse and daily life When there'a but few ot all the crew of tho Times. .1 really like, and not one who ?V? .foiritho d,"ess Clrcle' as sro" as you and out whilo we livo on," with a long sigh Ciiinose. thero is none so seriH.nir.,..,!.. ; 'I'd ever wish to marry An economical and really delicious "and I have worked only at the shoes performed as tho obsequies of their way to flavor a cake which is to have The door of the inner room onened with since." 1TI,I1. ! A la Yn0 ...lis. ctnmla irrw an emphatic click, and a large wosuw wtl II" paued n moment and then continued : highor relatives. The infant mav be icing over the top, is to grate part of From ali the rest who seek my heart, a broad, round face, small features and "Mrs. Wicks that w?s mother's name laid in some corner to casn au-A timid, bashful fellow, i bla.-the peol of an orange or lemon over the beady eyes, came in, treading with then lived in the house with us, and she j little life aud finally Who ne'er has spoken unto mo wrapped in mattin cake before putting the iciug on. Bossuch weight that tho triangle in the cup- looked after Sara and I. When Sara was One ternlor word: yet 1 can seo He's Jealous as Othello! board set up a vigorous chimin- - Her ten years old, mother came In one morning ami uu tiruppeu into the river or buried ton Transcript. plainly told that she believed her- looking very severe. xftr sho had ar- like a dog in the back garden, but " Ti Watch your farm hands and nolo Woman has a chaneo self to be a martyr, and that no one could ranged everything she said: great is the pomp and intonuinuble Her heart s lxrt interests to advance, knOW Whatjfh! slltr.ro,1 uu. liar. " Mr. Marshall, you must get some one the ceremonies consequent upon are their treatment of cattle. Tho brutal liy mukinj; ic?al tender. . tho self in a rocking chair and fetched heavy else to do what I have beendoin' ever since decenso of one who cows habit of not bo Her honest Icivo she can display has lived lon allowed. kickiug in the should will very your wife died, and before, too, for taut Nor let it eat her heart away. A kick udder enough to roar u son. If that son n Tim turned his cap round Saint Valentino befriond horl" round un- mattor. Not that I don't want the money, likely result in bloody milk. Although easily. Uncle Tony gave anand apologetic lit- or that I mind the work, but' she stopid, poor ho will pawn ids personal elleets, But custom's bonds are hard to break. tle cough and asked: and I asked her what she meant. 'Well,' stint himself of foJ, borrow money at the consequences of a blow or kick on Though woman's heart desires to take " Do you fuel any batter, motheir the ribs may not be seen at once more said she, to tell you the Advantage of the season: "Nobody care whether I do or not!" Mr. Marshall, you aro aunvarnished I truth, exorbitant rates of interest, nnd if there-i- or loss damage will certainly follow. And so the maiden felt, alack! widower. am a no other security he will pawn a was "mother's" gracious response, widow. The neighbors mil talk.' I didn't . To freely speak her mind to Jack Eaehange. Would bo a bit of treason. her head on her hand and swayed know whnt to do, and I told her so. You wife, a child, or even sell his own body back and forth ominously. Eggs on Toat: Grease tho pan or see, Tim, I was used to 'mother.' She took as a slave so as to raise sufficient money "This sweet red rose," she said, "I'll send, Uncle Tony couched again and said, the kindest caro of Adelaide, and I always to defray the cost of his parent's skillet you wish to cook tho ojgs in, A token as from friend to friend. gently: ".Now don't mother! Tinfand I remember that. Yon know how mother funeral. Confucian tracts call thisbv Yet with Love's message laden: the and salt the water. When it simmers do care a great deal about how you feel." Mnoothes her dress Tim, when sho is sayAnd should ho read the mystic sign name not boils carefully drop into it, so as "I should think you did by the uo&eyou ing something very particular. Well, sho knows of filial piety, though everybody Blame him. or else Samt Valentino, that in the majority of casin the not to break, one ogg at a time Thore keep up when I am trying to jjet'i'httlo smoothed her dress, stopped a little, and And censure not tho maiden." , ' underlying motive is n rest!" e can fix it by gettinjr then said; born .should bo wntr enough to cover them. Jack came ero yet the day was sped. "I did upset tho clamus, Vtf-- f reaHyrU& oi me nm debasing superstition. Ttu Before they tire hard, remove with a Confessed his love, and they were wed. not mean to." 'Kosheaskod ynu. Uncle Tony?" said man believes that thu le 1st omission ofll small Hat skimmer, and put each egg Thanks to the Leap. Year caper. "Mother" was unappeadand continued Tun, opening his eyes very wide. Said she: -- Dear Jack, how did you jruess?" to rock aud sigh. Tim shiftrd uneasily, " Yes, Tim. I should never have thought tne oriiiuaox luneml rites will bring the on a piece of hot buttered toast. The feaid ho: "Twos easy; youniddress and Uncle Tony bent ver.hU shoe in'a of but one kind of marriage. Well. Tim, i most terrible calamities upon him ami YUousckoUt. as stamped uion the paper!" ; -J- twcphtiie Pollard. In X. that he will that Sara must There is no truth in the popular l Independent. very industrious way. gave "Mother" knewdecided me." have a womau's care. his posterity; moment of Insbo haunted As the continued silnco That until tho Inst life by tho no further opportunit; to say anything un"You know, Tim, that mother moans well, unhappy ghost of his departed sire, or idoa that vines allowed to climb against a houu w 11 mnko it damp. Keep them ASTIIOXY MARSHALL'S DAUUKTEIJ. pleasant, she raised ier bead and turning towards Tim, said seerely: W, Uncle Tony, and khe's pretty iu fancy hear the angry voice of his licut down below the roof so that they do neglected parent pouring curses upon not choke the gutters and there will Io At tho intersection of an alley and an "Tiuiothv I tin U nstrance time in tho dav snviit-- ; always." obscure street, in an outlying portion of for you to come hone 1 should certmgly " Just 9o. Tim. Woll, she couldn't un- his bond wherever ho goes. Ho ac- 'no trouble from this source. Besides one of our i;reat cities, stood a low frame think that a boy wb needs as much as you derstand Sam, and n Sara grew older, cordingly observes every minute custom tthe beauty they give to an otherwise and earns as little mother wanted her to wash house. A nnrrow walk extended along; the are always dishes, nifiid in order to avert these evils and give jplain and perhaps unpainted house, the ought to put the stockings and you alley from the street to a side door of this as 1. .are always tw, aud, as she said, 'be repose to the spirit of the dead. '. "H "'"'-"""., house, above which hung, on an iron frame, III U13 UIUU U pick .1 ..n !. Iinrt.inljl If covercu wiui vines win psen3 like other girls.' Sara could Tim looked furtely toward Undo Tony, these things, Tim, than u lark no more do swinging and creaking in the high Mareh Let us suppose tho last hour has como piage jthe advantage of greater coolness in could draw wind, a sign, upon which could be read who came to his Assistance. a plow. You have mother, and herself on my should Tim, seen lmr perch aud "tho venerable one," whom a scoro furamers and increased warmth in from the street, "Tim had grealuck bench, and then heard of doctors have tried in vain to cure, is Y. Examiner. came home to M us know about it." "ANTHONY MARSHALL, SHOEMAKER." her sing. How sho It would havo been too much condescen- was another such acould sing! There never lying ih (irticulo mortis, with his feel In small letters beneath was announced English farmers keep three throat! " The summer Sara was thirteen an Ital- toward tho tloor, ready for his last exit. every four acres of their land. sheep on tho fact that repairing was neatly and sion on the part? of "mother" to have apIn this His best robes, hat" and shoes are country promptly done. The repairing was really peared at all interested, but, under the ian singer took aonrtm-nin the house. we have one sheep for overy Anthony Marshall's business. He had influence of awkened curiosity, she ceased Many musicians came to ee him, and Sara brought out, for all those articles will acres. The English wheat taken up the trade of a shoemaker late in to be aggressive, and Tim was emboldened was with them a grout deal. She was a born be needed when ho crosses the chill thirty-fou- r crop averages, in ordinary seasons, life, and had never risen in it above meml-- . to relate briefly how he had obtained the songstress, Tim. .She had the genius which border-lan- d of tho other world. A twenty-nin- e season opera tickets. Knowing that her father and her grandfather missed! mg what others made. bushels jwr In one corner of the small room, which "mother's" one standard of all earthly " Ono morning, after thfe singer had piece or two of silver is nut into tho $. little less than twolve. acre. Ours is There may good was money, Tim, in an evil moment, moved away I found Sara gone. was his shop, stood a little In a little dying man's mouth, for this, too, will meJodeon. On one side of the melodeon and to make his story impressive, de- note to me she said she had gone away to bo needed to pay Charon, the grim fer- be other causes for this great difference, were two violins in thwr cases. On the clared that his tickets were worth forty-eig- study nnd be a great singer; that she loved ryman. Theso preliminaries occasion no sheep but the greater attention given to dollars, and would fetclTas much as me bettor than all the world, and that sho other, a violincello and a large improvisoi husbandry by English fnrniers rack which was full of worn music On thirty dollars, he knew. "Motfcer'a" inter- would come back for me, her dear little look of dismay, but rather a smile that is undoubtcdly'one" of the caucus. such loving provisiou is made for hrs the wall above these hunjr an exetdlpnt n!t est began to kindle, and in a tone of father that was what she Atnericun Cultivntor. wisdom ami commanding sugges- - me, Tim and mnke us allalwavs called long journey. engraving of Beethoven. Beneath this was When tho last gasps happy and i.ui, sue saiu: a proud, and that 1 was to be always sure she como that usher doath, the eldest son We can state in what situation uaguerreotypo m a home"Now, Timothy, you have a chance to was very good and was working hard!" made frame of cones, representing, when you were in just the right light, a youn make something worth while. You just The old man's voice had a sad little tremble approaches and closes his father's eyes, lime has been found useful. From its power to decompose it has been found you will sell J?f PerhaPs twelve years, with a broad, advertise in the papers that in it as ne aadxl, "and that was eight years or iMThaps orders the opening of a hole iu the roof to facilitate the departure of useful on poor granite soils. From its lull brow, great, questioning, velvety eyes, them tickets. If you can get more than will a wide, smiling, joyous mouth and a firm, thirty dollars, just do it, and itfrtptlinn,be a "And It was in New York, wasn't it?" me uiree spirits ot the dying man. caustic nature it corrects injurious mat-to., m.A itcab-trsquare little chin, softened by just the sug- 11117 ..-- g vw fm (i iui.l iibiiuI. iui tuut-iui n cat "Yes, Tim. Sara had been gone almost Life is hardly extinct before tho oldest such as sulphate of iron in soil. will help you take care of it, Timothy 1" gestion of a dimple. Suspended from the n year when we name here." sou or nearest relativo issues forth to Lime breaks up aud pulverizes stiff 14 Tim saw his error too late. He grew red same hook which held this portrait hung a You found me in New York, didn't you. days, improving their texture. It de'? buy water, oscorted by musicians. II girl's hat, battered and worn, the broad and stammered : Uncle Tony." "But the gentleman gave 'era to me for . Of Wllil'll (.fill llol,l a band f.l...l "Yes, Tim. fast asleep in a packing box, carries a bowl to the nearest river or composes inert vegetable matter, jieat. rose and a bunch of withered green leaves. Uncle Tonv and me to use. I gass he is with your triangle in your hand." well, whero he deposits a for roots, etc. It hattfous the deeay of Between whero the instruments stood tho Op'rer boss, and ho wouldn't like to "Do yon know, Uncle Tony, that I al- the water dragon. With this stable manure aud dead carcasses, puhav me sell 'em !" and a door leading into the f rout part of like triangle me. It "Well." said mother, bridling, "I don't ways me to have my close to with mother. purchased water he proceeds to wash trescent matter, etc., but iu all such the house was a small bench for light feel kinder makes my On the other side of the door s'pnse a gentleman such as the one you She used to sing to me kinder clear nnd the corpse, and then decks it in the oases if the manurial qualities are to be told us about, gives Injun presents, to take wailin' like, but so sweet! All about old conliost and gayost clothos ever worn made useful they must be covered with yras an open cupboard of shelves, containv ing piles of newspapers, a strap such as 'em back again, does he?" life, liuddhlst orTaoist priests, robed oarth during the a Uou of the lime to Ireland; ami when I play my triangle it "No-o-," said Tim, "but if. he had seems as if I was heariu' h"r. She bought in newsboys use in carrying their packages Iowa Jiejister. in their colored cassocks and chasubles absorb the ammonia. 'em sold, he'd him- mo tho triangle 'cause it was all securely from tho newspaper offices to their she could of brocaded silk, are called in to chant v self." "beats," several piles of unopened boxes and 1 HkM "Timothy ! now when you hsfja chance afford, real tender, music fo. She took care the prescribed litanies, to break open of shoe blacking, two shoe brushes, and of me Uncle Tony, as long as Saving Seed. to get a chunk of money, it four triangles on a shelf by themselves, in purgatory, to cast the dead man's horothe face of Providence not to doltl ' What shelivM." ranged along neatly in the order of their "Ami when she diM yourdruuken father scope, to say what form, whether of if you was to be sick, what wuTd you do put von in the street.", Thore different sizes. man or beast or bird, the dead man as- that, with are many varieties of seod ear the one window, which looked oat then? If you get a little moneftoethor am awful glad he did! and just put it out to interest, tS interest he"Yes, and I wouldn't have found me." If sumes in another world; to facilitate wouhl find a little pains, the farmer on the alley to the ..outh and through the hadn't, you he can stave more economis on night and dav, dayUhd night. small, iinnirtniiiftii ttnnw nf .ft..!. u his migration to happier realms, "And, Tim, you Youc money is for you while you music btu-- to me."and the triangle brought procure htm a passport to the orevei ically than he can purchase, and have was streaming, sat Anthony Marshall on estern the advantage of knowing that his seed uc uuu So these two, on wnonrthe ills of life had Paradise. auat oi UlS iuOeUMKOr'S are sleepin'. You just go and pot in the At the door of the house is advertisement." bench. Every indeM fallen heavily, were thankful and erectl an awning, hung with blue is genuine, fresh aud reliable. "'When oth or lips and other hearts' " Tim, in common with a great many peo- oontent. It is only when misfortune is is aware, of ple, felt what lie found it quite hnposUle met with resentment and lament lanterns and streamers of bluo aud --farmer more difficultjconrse, that some sang Anthony Marshall. sh to e ""a ji "Rat ta tat tat tat tat!" rang his to express.on He was no match "tOirs. Ih developed into hagKitrd nii?ry thatvicm. white paper, the outward iitniiifestn than others and that clean and h oi or a number tho siiljwc of selUllRlthe Mamhall y broad little hammer. tior.s to passers-bof a house of mournplants do not mature their seeds iu one tickets, though aside from his great lag. " 'Their tales of love' " They were now in the central part of the ing to go to tie opera, he felt it would 6 a city. As they Approached the theater they ing and death. Inside the house preseason, but that the plants must bo "Rat tat" went tho hantmer. mean act to sell them. , Ho twn-lc-, l hlA found themselves borne along by the parations are made for coffining the wintered over and allowed to grow an"Shall tell.' " , . ..2Tr crovding throng, up to the i i Then tho old man laid tho hammer on the brilliantly il- corpse. Meats and cakes are piletlujion jj luminated entrance, and on through into the table, nnd lamps, incense and other season to properly mature. One bench at his side; pushed his spectacles anxiously toward Uncle Tony. advantage with this class of seeds is, Perhaps three times during the flftten the handsome auditorium, which wag al- candles are lighted around the doad. upon his bald head and bent over the years that Anthony Marshall had lived ready crowded. you are better able to judge what coarse boys' shoo he was with with his second wire he had quitlv, firaSy A Chinese coffin resembles tho trunk plants are best to mature for seed. the peculiar close gaze of the The usher looked at them doubtfully as Taking up his thin, sharp knife ho pro- and successfully asserted himself in dHtct he toon thir tickets, which he examined of a treo plaucd ofi", and is made of the Lettuce, radishes, mustard, spinach, s ceeded to trim off the battered heads of the opposition to her will. On these rare with great care. hardest wmm1 procurable. So expen- tomatoes, melons, squashes and cucumhe had done this to vindicate sJSe pegs: while with his under lip closed Anthonv Marshall would nover have sive are these cotlins that the wood for bers all mature seeds the first year. A tightly over tho upper, he hummed through nice point of subtle honor, or tine delicScy thought of going to the opera in any other one will sometimes cost as much a selection of the jdant must lie made beto its close the nir which he had begun of feeling; for Anthony Marshall was born than a dress-coa2.000, and no coolie would think of fore It is fully matured. I find it a gentleman. ik His was of bottle-greowhile driving home the pegs. cloth. The waist a Now he raised his head slowly, and line hail been gradually rising, with his paying loss than $20 for his father's good plan to select some His voice was a trifle thin, and had the of the earliest - occasional quaver spjko with a shade more precision and increasing weight and size,, during the ene. One of the most appropriate plants, considerable more than I expeculiar to age, but J than usual. twenty years which had paM since it presents for a father sixty years of aire pect to tbera was in the undertone singing and save the sood from, and either ! Tim must notsell the ticket. humming ot "And you'll remember me" a was made, until now it gave his figure a It would not be honorable. Tim and 1 wiij very peculiar proportion. The half circle is considered to be a colli n. Headdres- aiark them bv sticking down an ear fine touch of finish and expression; while go to the operaand use them, as the genfife. of fine gray hair, txdow his bold crown, ses the aged one in word which may be stalk or transplanting to a now and again there was a note so pure, man who gave them to him expected we was brushM cnre'ully from the hark, so familiarly translated: "Daddie, 1 don't themselves, and then before place by sothrilling. thatthemoultingcnmiry the seed in the little cage hanging in tho sun, should." that it just peeped over ench ear. With his want you .to die, but your box is ready matures destroy those that do not come Mrs. Marshall recognized in the tone and glass in his eye. and his stopped the dainty arrangement of its manner that this decision was final. SHe gentle bearing, his appearance was most when you want to go, and the old man up to what I expected. feathers, and with smoothed plumage swelling throat, gave forth little trillsand was not a stupid woman. iShe therefore quaint and uuusnnl; and as he and tho receives the gift with unbounded gratiOne fault with many who save n in arose, ami with a look of lofty, commisetude, discourses upon its merits to handsnine-fneeemulation. misshapen, roughlv-clad- , sued is. they are too willirg to stive rating disdain, remarked: "i boy passed down through the brilliant An irregular, hurrying step turned from every visitor, proud to possess such a "Some people ought to be born with two the street down the little walk along the men nnd women token of his son's filial duty. The the leavings; the bed of lettuco is picked over and used and what is left is alspoons in their mouths!" 4 of fashion, to tlio very best soats in the alley. The shop door was opened quickly, silver Then she marched out of the shop.hJr house, they attracted an nttontion which collin, therefore, is usually near at hand. lowed to go to seo!. Peas and beans but quietly, and the old shoemaker raised a surprised, questioning face to greet a lad skirts mowing downa even the nnging-i- of tho orchestra did not When the corpse is rend' it is solemnly are picket! over until thoso that are who with an eager removed to the collin by hired attend" missed in picking get too ripe and are "O Uncle wide swath of small movables as she went. divert from them. When th door had slammed behind her, Tony I" thrust himself with a sideling jerk Tho curtain rose, discovering Faust in ants, while others proceed to beat the finally gathered for seed. No wonder hastily ate the lunch of his lonely studio, a victim of disappoint- floor to terrify evil Into the room. The boy was lame and Tim, in silence, spirits from the in a short time tiie seed runs out and bread and meat which ho had taken with ment and despair. misshapen. The old man raised his finger with a him in the morning. Then taking one of Tim and Uncle Tonv followed with bated chamber of death. A coronet of gold tho crop fails to come up to your expecthe triangles from the cupboard and hlg breath each not. When Marguerite at her or silver, bracelets, earrings, chains, tations. The best, and only tho beat, warning glance toward the inner door. The lad's bright face fell a little as he lox from the floor, ho put his hand on the wheel was revealed to Faust, a heitating, watches and other ornaments of gold, must be saved for seed, and these should latch and turned with a hesitating, asked: anxious nttentiou camo into Anthony silver and jade are put upon the body, v "Well. Uncle Tony?" "Is she 'particular' Marshall's face, and he" took his glass from according to the rank aud sex of the be early as well as prolific. Uncle Tony J" "It will take us an hour to walk it, Tim. his eye and wiped it carefully. As the "Mather particular, Tim," With peas beans, my plan a side turn of the head, "but why are with home J" We will start at svin nVlnrfc. (Jnnil.turo opera advanced ami Marguanto sang "Ho w deceased. With a fan In one hand and save as many and as I think will is to you rows furmy boy; and good luck!" said Uncle Tonyl Strange 'tis to M," tho old man graspe a written prayer in the other, the corpse "Such luck! Such news, Uncle Tonyl" A cold gray color swept over the old wrapping up me suoe ne uaa uuisueu. t Iim's arm and whiparod: is now ready for the world ofc shades. nish me with what 1 will need, and then man's face. With drawn brow and lips "Isn't it like tier, Tim? Isn't it like the The deceased is then covered with a select the earliest and best of these ' and II. and anxious eyes he started up, overturndaguorreotype? eh, Tim?" the same with lettuce, radishes and Tho gale which had been blowing all day ing in his agitation the. clamps with a Tim looked in n startled way, first at the white silken shroud or coverlets preby relatives and friends, those spinach select a number of plants aud crash; and, dropping the fchoo he was had fallen, with the setting of the sun, to old man and then at the stage, and replied sented mending, he exclaimed as he reached both a low, cold, crisp wind. Here nnd thero softly: not usod being committed to the flame from the best of these select what I want for seed. These are nearly all his poor old hands toward the daguerreo- tho dingy white of tho snow "Why, she is some like it, sure; suro." through which they are sparkled with the gathering frost, in the type: In the "Jewel Scene" the old man's sup- the world below. The said to pass to easily cleaned and packed. I always nearest relative wait Tim I Tim! have you found found her? light of the largo moon. Up aud down the pressed excitement grew intense, nnd he then presents the nails to the under seed until the larger per cent of the streets of tho great, grimy, hurrying, exclaimed in a quavering whisper: Heard anything of Sara, Timi" is ripe and then cut off the tops city, tho trailing folds of paie All the light faded from the boy's face never-sile:'Tim, if it isn't her, it is cruelly, cruelly taker and holds the collin while it U as he shook his head slowly, and said, white light and shadow made all things like her! And, Tim, it certainly, certainly nailed down and hermetically sealed. and lot dry a day or two. 1 believe it dimly beautiful. Down the streets, now in is her hand! So like nau.. . mother's aanil!" At a given signal the lamentations to bo the best policy to dry these in light, now in shade, Tim and Uncle Tony ".Not that. TInrli Tnn-- . nnf Tho act closed with Marguerito at tho begin, shade, Ihen lay the taps on a' clean hired mostly women, that! But then, Undo Tonv, my now is went silently on their way. Uncle Tony casement, nnd the old man rose in an un- lift up their voices, wailing and sheet and thresh out the seed: thoy can real good: common good, you know. And taking a queer little back step, at regular steady way with: intervals, to keep himself in pace with you couldn't guess wlnt it is in a year!" till "Tim, Tim I must havo air!" and up howling they are nearly be very easily cleaned by holding up TiiA nlfl mnn cTmi-ltAnt- tit.. through tho gay audienco they went, Tim hoarse, the amount of tears shed bv and letting run down upon a sheet, the -v,v !... ;in Tim's halting gait. IUC UttlUHS .......j their place by tho bench; picked up the! "Uncle Tony," said Tim, looking up into leading now, and tho old mnn following different relatives being limited bv winds will blow out the larger per cent, uc VlK; .ol uacKening with the old man's face, "wo would.you mind with a step almost as uneven ns Tim's. ?, regulations. The hollowness o"f of trash. which he was finishing the edge of the telling me how it all happened?" i"oy K'uiii-- uie street, ine oiu mnn, strictwhole If melons, squashes, etc., aro wanted tho performance is seen whet sole; and sat down. The old man hesitated a moment, and after drawing a long breath, dropped his head upou his breast and remained several some He looked at Tim. The boy's disap-jj- j then said: arrives. In a momen for seel, they should not be planted pointed faro touched his ssnsittvc,. gentle close togothor, at they-wi- ll slowly mix. If you tuUst begitr minute-- in deuu.; reflection. "Tim, I wlU,teUyou;-but- I ralstng his drawn white . faceThenTim, lie tears will turn to smiles, aocompaniod to heart, and lie at once assumed a look of prettv well back, or you couldn't under- o n i by a half audible titter as they ex- do not intend saving seed from theni, it interested inquiry, though his face was stand it." Having taken does not so much mntter. In raising "I believe we have seen Sam, Tim. I change compliments. still very pale. "You see, Tim, my father was a musician e bear comes another weep-ucucumbers I always allow one or two "Well, Tim, if I can't guess, tell me." by profession. He had great musical cannot Hotel this Isuspense. I must go to the breath, the-an know the truth the truth. more vigorously than before. vines to mature seed, while the rest are Tim hitched himself into a chair aud be- talent, and a touch of genius, just enough Grand gan to tell his news. to make him ambitious, and he was nover Tim After the corpse has been nailed canjfullv picked clean. With tomatoes, They stepped inside tho theater as Mar- down it is "Well, you know Uncle Tony, how wo very successful. He wantod me to keep the) earliest, largest and smoothest was talkin' yesterday about the op'rer, and away from the music, but. Tim, I couldn't guerite was rising from her pallet of straw. altar, where placed near the ancestral should be reserved for seed. Roth of stand the portrait of the Then her voice, full of hoai tbroken anguish about the time when you used to play in do it. Aud I tell you," said the old man, the orchestrer, at that Lano Theater m Lon- growing quite emphatic, "I could play anil passion of love, rang out in agonized deceased and a tablet bearing his name these plants should be allowed to lay a Offerings of food and drink, a don?" fewdays after picking before cleaning. marvelously well in those early davs for pathos. trembling With hands tho old man ad- chopsticks and sometimes an pair of Washing is the quickest way of clean' "Yes, Tim, in tho orchestra at Drurr one who was not a genius." opium justed his glass, grasped the door sun-- ' pipe, Lano Theater." accor ling to the tastes of the de- ing pulpy seeds of all kinds. Cor. "You remember you that I plaved port, and, in a dazed exultation,for tremb"That's it. Well, this mornin' after 1 ceased during his lifetime, are placed Prairie Farmer. "e Theater, lingly whispered: had sold out, I was just and n ell, groat tDrul7 my that I could get twenty shines to nnd some of them folks likedme to playing, J'Come, Tim, come ! It is Sara It must on the altar for the entertainment of sent for tho hngerin-- ghost. Manners do, as I did last year, so we cou:d go ag'in; to West End almost every night come up be her!" How Farmers Help Each Other. As they were hurrying along, tho old with glowing tributes to the inscribed for, oh, it was jest heavenly! and I was was through at the theater. It was after I memory in that man stopped huddenly, as if he had been of before tho main entrance of the way that 1 became acquainted the departed wave over with AdeA successful farmer finds it to his inGrand Hotel, and about that laide, Sir William Norton's only daugh- - dealt a blow. They were in the shadow of candles, lamps and incense the altar anil fill the room terest a great building, and Tim could not see his op'rer we went to last yeaf and that his neighbors should also be with light and fragrant f.tmos day and face, thetheme you learned me and we play toUncle Tony's tono had been. growing said: but thero were tears in his voice as he night. successful. A single instance of gether, when two awful swell gentlemen lower and lower, and now, with belt The relatives now stand round and productive fields does not head, "Tim, she has never come for mo, and or prostrate themselves before came along, one of 'em with his boots all he walked on in silence the nukp the reputation of an entire locality until Tun said perhaps ' His voice failed him for a mo- coffin. An splashed. I said to him: 'Have a shine, softlv: attendant proclaims aloud for profitable agricultural enterprises. ment, but he cleared his throat bravely and sir! you need it.'" iS Adclaide no-- . Uncle continued: "Porhnpa she would rather the virtues of the deceased, to which the It becomes noted for fertility, and Ho put his boot on the box and said: TonWh0r company responds with loud wailing. not find me. Tim!" Where did you learn what you were just importance as a "Ah," said the old man "Now, I don't iwlieve that. Uncle Tonyl" For seven weeks they must saorifTce acquires comparative when the now whistlin', my lad?' 'I heard it at the and lifting his rusty silk raisinc hi head number hat .,:,rem,V said Tim. stoutly. "1 bet sho has looked morning and center of production, op'rer, last year, and Uncle Tony learned "she's an ancrel. Tim? an coffined is in "" wua uoa for you all over. Why, its seven years dead, offeringevening before thoto propi- of good farmers grain orthe majority: me to play it.' Then he says: 'Is vour these many years!" portions of food hay or other since you came from New Y'orkl" when its yields of uncle a musician?' Says I: 'You tiate the wandering ghost OccasionA few moments and he went on hot-il"Bui sho never wrote, Tim." jest bet he is !' 'Where does he play V says ' "After a time, Tim, we stole crops attract general notice; when "Maybe the letters got lost. Ijots of let- ally they issue forth into tho street, buyers no, aim x ioiu nim you piayect at home. were married." such a country town learn ters get lost, you know!" where they kneel upou the ground opl will supply that largest quantity and Athome!' said the gentleman raising his . "Thero never was n tftrnlio !,!- the "Pernaps Anyway I must be certain eyebrows this way," and Tim opened his than she xvas." The old nZLa:,lJi the house with loud demonstra- finest He stopped, quality of butter or cheese or about it all. And then if" r si handsome brown eyes and raised his flnr x. j ,. ucaviiv uuu. cai on in Slifcnco Until Tim and, after a moment, said in a gentle and tions of grief San Francisco Chronicle wool or appjes or other specialty; when straight brows as high as possible. said: resigned tone: "It will be a comfort, Tim, those who travel observe the general "Isn't he a professional musician ?' 'I "Was she ever in America, Uncle Rev. Dr. Charles S. Robinson, who excellence of roads, the beauty of the Tonv V even if I should never seo her but this Kuess he is,' said I, 'but he mends shoes "Yes "said he, once." now, and we play evenin's. 1 live with When Sara was rousing himself. is something of a traveler, complains shade that overhangs them, the neatborn, Adelaide They had been waiting but a few him. 'Um-m- ! said the gentleman. 'So Sara for her dead mother. called her of the average ness of the lawns by which- they are just inside the door of the ladies' that the smoking-rooWu aer your uncle plays Wagner's music and rather heard of it hn irmto),.. n?.8 steamer is a "noisy, bordered, the orchards and gardens entrance of the Grand Hotel, when the car- - transatlantic mends shoes does he?' Then he turned the letter, Tim, I wnLTof ! Tiages ueguii w nunc, ocicnn jiujies i stenchful pandemonium of drinking that' to the other gentleman and said : 'There is it: 'You have insulted them, tho evident prosperity passed in. Then she came, leaning on the I jicttin";, gambling with cards and dice, of adjoin another phase of American life for your the community at large. To what memory Kssttuueudaughter uy naljAntl.nnv arm of her escort, followed by her maidbook, Patton.'" no decent person can enter extent tho money value of one's land hand into which The fragrance of thWtlowers in "Then do yoa know, Uncle Tonv, he put Marshall's upon your by her never look face again, sarbear touched tho old mail's face. The down on without receiving an offense, and in who Ryes in such a community is enHP his other boot, and bending "his head from you, if I can avoid it!'" person can s.tay hanced thereby not to mention the her cloak brushed his hand as he stood in which no with a queer kind of a smile, said: 'And do . "He was vine, yea anticipate going to the op'rer this antd Tim, his mp.in hnivl nna wasn't; .he ... tho shadow. He did not stir until she had without exasperation." Dr. Robinson, pleasure and profit of associating with " brown eyes flashing swept quite by him. Then he followed her it may be added, is no' bigot on the year?' 'If I can get tfiines enough for tick-tsisimilar aims for improveqnickly. Not until she had reached her subject of tobacco. He uses the weed those having the "loft" for Uncle Tonv and me,' "I don't suppose he meant to be l h. apartment could he command himself. ment and gradually securing simitar Mid I. so you furnish Vonr Uncle Iwve himself. Philadelphia means for attaining it would be I Then, stepping forward, pale and tremb- temperately Toay with op'rer tickets, do you?' said e. the old can understand how it wii- man in his gentle, direct way- Jress. "-ling, he said softly: determine. Country Gentleman. t Yes, Miss Marshall UadeTony spend ,y money forwon't indwmis" Mis Marshall be?' 'em.' VhV twu Tony's wife, of course.' 'Isn't aa tf ' o, nor Uncla Tony ain't uncl- "? asleep ta a well, well, well! Ti iiin- .. ." a . i. tha tion i 1 ourmncu .,.. . ucrn io ". muv" op'rer, even though tow of -- The Hickman Courier. Vd0 pM& ! -. ., ffl & a" Wand "" ...,., !, f -- 1 did-an- d one-side- themmntly two-Ueas- on -- 1 Tiomaj H.WlUIams, Jr.. of Stool: too, the Scret of Thoir tTnusnal Yleor Ex- llalned and How It Can Be fc&vfng begnn to buy cats with the t Acquired. of ex'ermihating the gophers that There was something about tho sturdy are laying waste the fields of alfalfa on f former generations that Union Island, thd Sacramento Union vigor tells a pertinent ont stnrv: Shortly challenges me admiration of every man, after the disoovory of the Comstock woman arid child. They were no epicures thoso ancient fathsrs.- They lived simmine an old gentleman was unable to ply, and successfully met and overcome meet a mortgage of $1,500 on his place on Mormon Island. A stranger, stop- difficulties that would have discouraged and ping at his door, saw several pretty this aga were generation. The rigors of the supplemented by tho savages ; kittens playing in tho yard. He said: frontier wild beasts threatened their enterprise and "Those cats, if you had them on tho Comstock, would brink you $20 ajnece." poverty was a common companion. Yet Tho old man saddled his horso, and for they bravely encountered and resisted alK tilings and laid the tho next fortnight rode from house to thosewhose blessings wo foundations of a now enjoy. Their house, farm to farm, village to village, land constitutions weronrong; their health unbegging and birying cats. He got 500 surpassed und yotthey woi o forced to exami sold them on the Comstock mine, pose themselves continually. There cermust aud after he hud paid off his mortgage tainly cau-- e havo been some good and adefor ullthis and quate and put in bank $500 clear, he tohf his fcuperienty ot that ago overfor tne physical the present. neighbors why he had wanted cats. it is well knownto every one conversant They no longer deemed him crazy on with the history ot that time that certain pur-pos- Orajo Cat. OUR ANCESTORS' XERYE. ' tZ.n rTO Pams. olcmsr, Commit , tr-Tii-us' FalllnW-Sitknas- Dince, Alntohr, flftHE mmjj (Serve i lam, Opium Eating. . Scrofula, Kings JM, TJglyBloodi Diseases, 2y-p- t p- rtfvvf : sora. .r, . Xenons HWATwot, jjraiuH Biliousness, Cannes, Irregularities. Fiduv TrovSJUs andTeHtfmanlaI. l- - , , Hnraple t n Hen mo u doing howWJ- -City, Ala. "Samaritan O. McLemom. Acxander c- Sllli&SJ'tMB' t.i JtiadoeAe, freely nnrrcrcd THE -- J. cats. v k Leap-Yea- r! .,l r- - - solf-intore- st 1 - to-da- U ht J iuKe-size- u r, 1 1 T .1 homo compounds of strengthening qualities were used alrafet universally by tnosa The mtlarial evils and expioneers. An Ancient Find. position to which! they were subjected necessi-i-- A this. When their bodies Twenty years ago a man was driving become by lold or debilitated by his team of horses across the ice on the the damp mists of a new country thoy Iveuka lake, Xew York. When in tho were force i to courter&cc it by the uso of iledicus were lew in those middle of the lako the horses suddenly antidotes, doctors limost unknown. Hence days, and broke through the ice. Several persons the preparations ative relerred to. Fi om were soon at the scne, and with the aid among the nurabr, all of which were if boards succeeded in rescuing the compounded upon;he same general prn-c.piloutd mnn and ono of the horses. Thoother and ono was mo to ba more efficient, alt the horse sank down with tho harness nnt rest. hence farwolUn popular than tho Midwas wn tnrough It neck-yok- e on. No trace of the horse i dle and A estern tates, and wus acknowlharness was ever found until about two edged ns the bos' preparation for malaweeks ago. A gentleman who was pres- rial disorders art general debility then Iho ruipe this ent when the horso was drowned twenty known. articlr was ior compoundingfrom handed down valualle years ago discovered tho remains of ilfo one tamify ad eeneration to atother, sama horso washed upon tho shore, was kixJwn tthe Harrison family nnd Is the formula nearly five miles from where the acci- usedpresent fcnsis an.1 generalthe namo for "Tippecanoe." be dent took place. The hide of the horse the suggested by the battle in which Gen- ing was almost intact and was still encircled oi al Harri-.owas engaged. The manuwith the harness and neck-yok- e, which, facturers have thorouguly investinatd upon examination, has been clearly this subject in its minutest details, and for of identified as the same the man lost in are certain that tirod feelings, general defood, 186-1No fish were found only a few bility,dyspepsia, prostrations, malarial disorders eels in the animal. Cor. X. Y. Star. and humors io tho blood, nothing can exceed in value "Tippecanoe," which was the medicine of our lore athers an l seems Sharks. destined to bo tho mot popular preparation of the day. Trobably the shark," sajs a writer "Tippecanoe" is preparod and given to iu the New York Evtninj Post, "if the public by Moss.r. U. II. Warner & Co., the dreaded more than any other sea anfc of lttchester, N. Y., proprietors of is n-- famous Warner's Safe Cure, which nisi- - yet the casualties from this the most extensively used of any American source are comparatively few, and the medicine. The well known standing of cases where this fish boldly attacks the this house is a sufficient guarantee of the purity and power of this preparation which swimmer arc infrequent. That sharks teeks to banish one of the grentt s bsn s of are cowardly when numbers of persons the nineteenth century are about, the writer can aver, having of Any one who experiences trouble often dived into the water with others, of digestion; who feels less vigor than f whose system has unquestionably iu the South, where, a few moments lc-forun down" and ho realizes the necessithirteen-foo- t large sharks were ty of some strengthening tonic can not afseen swimming by. In the Pacific nnd ford to permit such lymp oms to continue. Australian waters accidents are some- If ihe farmer finds tliat his threshing matimes heard of, and a shark taken from chine does not separate the grain from the 6traw he realizes that something is wrong the latter locality measured thirty-si- x nnd tries to repair the machine. When the and one-hafeet; its jaws are now in food does not sustain the life; when it fails the cabinet of the British Museum, to make blond; when it causes the energy and would easily take in a man entire. to dopart and ambition to die, it is a cursign that something wrong and that One of these monsters examined by tain human machine needs isrepairing. I. is tho iienuelt, the naturalist, at Botany Hay, not n question of choice; it is a mutter of had nearly au entire horse in its cape-cio- us duty. You must attend to your balth or your sickness and nothing will sooner overstomach. come those ovils than "Tippecinoe," tbo medicine of tho past, n safe gunrd for the A Lesson iu Swimming' present and a guarantee of health for the future. ied e, n . re lf IB. S. A. KuH2(ffi) HED. CO.. ST. Sold toy All Druptfst. I0SD, STOTTTESTBTJEG & CO., Areata. CUcage, IGSFh! K. - 3- - OTASH IodId 01 Potassium Is oa of the itronjtjt of the and kat produced mneh minerala ueed IB saffertn? la toe world. Titer: lor & Iocs time and la r large dosee. it dries up tbe cirlc juices, impairs ;loa, the stomach refuses food, and the pattest det. Pertons TtthBIoOUUr. clines In txahb and Skm Otvsitci should tr careful how they take these mineral poisons, as In most Instances the effect of them ts to almost pennawntlr Impair the consUtatlon. Swift's Specific ts entirely- a TecetaMe preparation. aid ItlseasytoconTteceroBOf Iu merit. dl-pvtf-h- J hare cured permanently Blood Taint In the thJr-generation bv the nseof Swift's Specific, after Iliad .. most signally failed with Mercury and POianh..., F. A. Toomeb. M. D , erry. Oa. Our treatise on Blood and Klein Diseases mailed tree to appllc&Bta. STYIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer J, Atlanta. Ga. "eVorfeOfflrr,i5STVrst2SdSt .bft.eC! andTth Art. CatarrH Z'Ln lowav JniJlS OI 1 lihia. Pa., report 4 Co. , wholtNalOi U1UIL.-1- Frvl'J-w- i WFEVER . aw 5kc0;'rti.fim) .J ftSSSteSBES -- V ." . that; s me time ago a gentle-- n an handed tbemado". lnr with a reqatit to send a sood catarrh .are to iwoarrnyoffl-- . rs In Arizona. Both Mi- - &&&! . 2T WPtLr E2fea .dcri 1 " 4 of a T. S. A. ii. Lured of caiarrh two bottles. G-- otlorandttiewtfo bhe Olre? s were causes no pain. Cream Balm JWVV1 uat.-ESaETv vr tir .... . A ihorouch treatment AppUVd with the w r it car. ,i tu circa jtr. .'Soli by drujlsu. Malkd nnr s tvikfatonce. 'he head. Caused w?erettoti. tuHammsttOB. X. T. CleaH-- for y I LT 'inoTITFRS. Drngglns. in" OwegO. Irk h. BT S m 3k l?!"3 !T3 .Oicfc.bpnuns.Wrancses.Rsseu-!"S- s rnausm, Neuralgia, S'UUsa, 2'aln In tbe deep-eeou-n ui&bt.? Iiatrr. Compounded, as It Is, or the tbe mediUcal TiTtu of JiihII"P-'- , t. anas, BaUoms and. rtjmalatlwr, Extracts, it ulnded the brst r c rer made. soetbiiur and nin? P 'US Ii . 'mmr vuaw, ooru jiuin7-jocsu or pains en", ana au mri miK n" ewuercured by r UeTCl and speedily are 'Side, Backache, Swollen Jetntv Iy rain-tinin- f, Jlkm i'tamtrr arv soM bTaU druSTL IslBdCoUntrT StercS. Hailed on rec lpt if price, imp iimtrriso , lianu-factura- l'roprirtor and Boctoajtaas. PLASTER E. PINKHAM'S In-r- rn 1 few-cas-h j- - so-call-ed g. issa-flvi- k 1 half-solin- g near-sighte- oSa-sion- t. n " "Mi-ran-d- a A seal mother gives a curious display Jlorlted I'raUe. of maternal solicitude in teaching her KidneThe calf to swim. First taking hold of it by y-Wort universal praise bestowed upon all as an invaluable remedy for the Hipper, aud for a while supporting disorders of the Kidneys, Livor and it above water, with a shove she sends Bowel, is well merited. Its virtues are the youngster adrift, leaving it to shift universally known nnd Its core are refor itself. In a short time tho little ported on all side. Many obstinate cases had been creature becomes exhausted, when she nave succumbed to it after they thorough given up by the doctors nnd a takes a fresh grip on its dipper, and trea' moat will never fail to cure. Sold oy again supports it till it has recovered nil druggists. Sue adv't. breath, after which there is another Congressional Endorsement, push-offollowed by a new attempt to non. John Cessna, .wim, the Mine process being several gress from Pennsylvania, wrjtes: of Con"In the times reeated to the end of the lesson space of twelve hours my rheumatism was gone, having taken three doses Durang's Maynt Re id in St. XicJtohs. Itheumatie hemedy. My brotherwa- cured by n similar amount. I most cordially A huge crystal throne has just beei recommend it. Sold by all druggists. manufactured in England for an Indiai rajah. Some idea of the elaborato William J. Cguomj?., of Semerville, workmanship which has beenmpltyel 'SrlWv., Mys; Iu the fall of 1ST6 I was taken with bleeding of Lt'xos follow ed by a se'.n tin construction may be gained from vere ough. In 1677 1 to he fact that the tinials of the legs aro Hospital. The doctors was admittedholethe said I had a in each cut into 324 mathematically accu- my lung as big as a half dollar. I cave up facets. Wood and iron aro used to hope, lut a friend told m of Dr. William rate some extent to make the throne sub Hall's Balsam for the .unos. I got a Lottie, ise, I stantial. but all such parts are covered to feel wiien, to my surp I feel commenced btter, and better than with glass and hidden. The cushions for thrtti years past. and hangings are of crimson velvet, A IfTeengcr of Health. and altogether the rajah is destined to Sent free to sufferers from nervoni, a gorgeous and probably a very chronic and blood diseases, brain nnd heart lossess uncomfortable seat. affections.nervous debility, etc. It tells of wonderful cureseffected by Dr. Scott's Coca, Beef and Iron, with Phosphorus. Sold by Englishmen liko their strawberries druggists; $1. Dr. Scott, Kansas City, Mo. very fresh. Frenchmen wisely behove Tho term hydra may be used to reprethat they aro improved by a day's stale-nesand prefer to semi them to mar- sent any manifold evil. If you would batthis ket in jars rather than in baskets. Tho tle successfully with will And it expedimonster of disease yon shaking up of the jars brings out their ent tokeepMrs.Pinkham's Veeetnble Comflavor, just as frying brings out that ot pound always at hand. Br. Banning. f. to-da- y U, sm.r stomach and lire QTCoated tonrw, disease eared be Hwlys Stnmach and Liver Pills. Seta. !d . . LYDIA . , COMPOUND VEGETABLE IS A posrnvE CC RE FOR All thoie painful Complaint ami Weaknesses so cauimon " Js soi' " tht trjrtamtU hrahmj of dU-a- m tn4 the nie 0 jwi;, and tAat if (ton off etatmtto do, eMMHiw.d of ladttt ran yiadi-- r f at (jr. it It will core entirely alt Orarfan tmubleB, InflammaWsiUeeraenW, and tion aaJ 11- - ration, alnnir aM in portindarly adaptc WL-q'je3nal Westkae. and ed to Ae Chaw of Life. FlalnVnrT, defray, all erarlnit It maores Faint-Wraknetn of the btoraac. for sUmol-ints- . and rh-Nerroo It oar-- Mut'la". KIrepleeMKM. PejwrsslonITotrKn, and lndl General IbilitT, eetinn. That feellng-o- hearlnc down, awtats tme. aadli!ta-he,i-)ry.p"'""lr cured bylts L'leror Send etamn to Lmn. are-- l it' at drmggms. lrxiairr rontWi-ntiallTJs Z&?s " FKM.ILE I ori'LVTlOX. ln nnr 1it lllqs!4,pillrlaentfrsu.' Hdebe. iln, ' t ' PIERCE'S IMPROVED CAHOOll" Eroa&ast Seed Sowar. .. This machine sows wheat two roil wide, so that a mao wa . klrs one mile so ws fucr acres and does tha "W Ss better " ' wort by any ii"oe t ITi.e six dollar.. .Wo Agfttts all haccountry. fn Sendpsrtsof . stamp be . f r cln alar. TTILDEB & CO., CUJ. T- !itiT It w grass f d and all kinds of Brain. tlXATI, 0. -- than can bs other mrant oxjizsax. icmi-- a, XX. -- NOTICEBLUE FUNNEL nam . XX. ninny-heade- d Garments a benana Chicago Ylc Journal. road.- - by tha- - mill. T f . mr-de- d ot crinoline-distende- d n Commamlrr. Mr. A. G. Alford, Junior, Vies Department Commander of JUL, G. A. K- Baltimore, 31d., writes: "I have kept St. Jacobs Oil by me an always found it n ready remedy for pains, aches nnd bruises. AVhou ButTering terribly 8 few weeRs inco with an ulcorated tooth, 1 could not get any rest, and I applied it. 1 was instantly relieved, nnd my sulforin? ceasod from that time." -, 1 Junior Nornixo is coined by finding a man out. That is if you want to collect a bill. Cream nnd Cold Weather. "What n luxury is a bath in summer. Surely, but a greater luxury is a clear head in winter; lust whfn almost everybody is sneezing nnd snuilling with a cold in the head. But when you are attacked uso Ely's Cream Dalm. It cures colds in the htnd, and what is better, it cures the worst cases of chronic catarrh and hay fover. Not n liquid, not a snuu". Pleasant to use. Quick relief. Hndical cure. m Two months ago my attention was called to the case of a woman afflicted with n cancer on her shoulder at least 5 inches in circumference, angry, painful, nnd giving the ient no rest day or nighffor U mon'hs. obtained a supply of Swift's SpeciOo for her. She has toksn 5 bottles, nnd the ulcer is entirely healed up, only a very small scab remaining,and her health is better tha n for j yonrs pasttseems 1 1 ba perfectly cured. Kev. Jesse H. Campbell, Columbus, Ga. For TnnoAT Diseases axd Coughs. Brown's Bronchial Troches, like all reallv good thinjs, are frequently imitated. The geuuine are sold only ti boxes. are not dil sex," x CVm?iny. in order the Pnbd;. irwno " THE MIDDLK r all C o'titngma-lefrota r hen-aEX STAND !'.D lDiOO BLUE FLAJJNlXb AM VAfHT rr.'THS. sold bv all leadlmr clothiers, rami b.arth.' "SILK. Agenis to all I art ies ordering the goods. nrrsoldas he Or Inferior Quality of Goods which St' 11 M n8 BGandHHTWthS'.. SELLING AGENTS, MIDD ESEX "JCOMPANT. Frankllnb.,. New York. Boston; 814 . UC'.tnutSt.. Ih ladJphla. WENDELL, FAY & CO., , Walnut Leaf Hair Restorerc' to-da- For n cold in the head, there is nothing so good as Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. m Hale's Honey of Horeliound nnd Tar Will rescue tho baby from croup. Pike's toothache drops cure in ono minute. S5Fashion is Queen. Fast, brilliant and fashionable nro the Diamond Dye colors. One package colors 1 to 4 lb. of goods. 10c. for any color. Get at druggist. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. It Is It Is entirely dirfcren fr ma.l others. perfect ns cle uwtitr. and as r snairn- - nd.catcs Is aly f rre the hw (uunfdlati Me Hair It will Vej-et- a. or-adoi-snu- to Its natural co nd from a.' (i.i.dru'T,rr8 n produi.- - a n w growth where It has fallen off. It t ina'iy ira. r aff ct the h. alth, whichsul-phur. sogarof If I and nitrate, of stiver preparation haeduiie. ! w . sa.ig' 4izhtorfadfdhafrln a fev Aslc your druggist darsto abcantifiii 1 r It. Earh botilr Is warranted. Jxo. D. Vxnti A . 1. Cincinnati. O.. aailC. X Cbittbxtox, bos, ki.Iss-brown- . half-melte- d U.S.S7AHDARD. nt by the weigh. As we journey through life let u live All the Grocers, HlBli Priced marks: Dr. J. A. pATttonr, of Riley, Ind., truly re"Samaritan .Verrme cures epilepsy." JONES OF BctGHAMTD s Iroa LeT.ra, B:1 Brwlsr'. Brus T.re Btsm n J Bun Sox. WAGON SCALES, ton; and uii, br mo-.irncr- -- r I u new-com- er Dairymen often wonder how thoir moro favored competitors get such high prices for thoir butter the year round. It is by always having a uniform gilt edged article. To put tho "gilt edge" on, when the pastures do not do it, they uso Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Improved Butter Color. Every butter maker can do tho same. Sold overy-w- l ere and warranted as harmless as salt, ., and porinct In oprolioa. A: exchange says that n blast in n limestone qunrry near Bodie, Cal., uncovered five petrified gull's egg. Scientists are now wrestling with the q lcs'i'jn: ' Cn a petrified, gull lay an oggjr" llutter. If adllcted wim Sore Eyes, uso Dr. Isano Thompson's Eye Water. Druffjrists sell it-- 25c The vims oraMdIca,s arises from tho blood. Samaritan Xtrcinc cures all blood disorders. .. 1 J0SK3. pJS tbtttlslit fof Ir rnrt uit tneatloa i. rrr.o sUrus J3HES CF BI16HAMT0V iiiniiiiiTfiiiiinunnSiujSJ THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY For Fain! Relieves end cures 1 v a ou fa disease br its t jotond n thonaj. jS - f cases ot the w rst k - and of lonR I leeil fort- n?tmTfaltu urd la tscCb y it I - KMvtT.v jr.OTTLUFRE. LI AI.iTKEaTIE i(i ftlroKxprelvrf O on thu dirf3i.tJ Nr3 dtrpe.. aAysun'erei' UK. T A. sloci a, inreansi...:r yorxi 1 1ia'c a o- - IHSOMPTION. a rcidy on uuu'i'-crh-T- t I p. ItllEOIATISM, Neuralgia, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, lTrrff-rc- l " On, dear, I believe I should faint if a man nkd mo to marry him," said n Never fo.ir," giddy, gushing damsel. retorted her prac ical grandmother. ,4Y' 'O might posjibly faint, but if yaw wanted him you'd manage to say yo before you did so." Yonkers Statesman. A wao seeing a door nearly off: its hinges, in which condition it had boen some time, observed that when it ha t fall-oand killed some one it would probably bo hung. Tjie Chilian armv is enough to make tho Peruvian bark. X. 0. Picayune. aro said to be dying out on the English coast. Probably from starvation. It is Xnown that Brit is a oysters pawn their young. SuELiz-nsn BACKACHE, Headache, Toothache, SORE THROAT, Lilve or no charffo, aj'i Trade MrW,LabeV, etc. isfniil j t jt- Inw VKHK. ' Insr'x-r'.-HW T. IlTZOElLVl.l., II het references. ittrmtyat Law, 1006 FStrcet, Washington, D.C PATENTS " ISLBernardrUIKakers, i II W "ST. BERNARD YESETiBLE PILLS' i Soreness, Cats, Bruises FROSTBITES, srKAixs, (t) The Jlc.t Core fi r J.lvei- - abj llillon. enroptints. iVtlvrnr,j x ritrc e. iirnunciiencu .- - Truei?iis rr bT irSit. Numnles frre-.jfy-.ieiii. 83MercerSt.,I.ework. Issned. Sent fre 1 BUISXS, SCALDS, And aU RUSSELL r n other hodlly and pains ace well-order- ed Kg UDSTETTF languages. The Charles A. Toseler Co. FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLF. Sold fcy all Drugslsts an. Dealers. DlrecUons in 11 Jlorso JJjswANNUAL. laver.SnzlBcs Mill and Plantation u.e. for Farm and &G0.'Sp au interested In I m. TltrrslilQg -, iuai.iw. (bKe.n u A. TCQEUS CO.) SAW RUSSELL & CO., Masslllon.O. BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.' "THE Address Biltimore.Kd,,TJ.S.A, Tho want of a reliable diuretic wlils-i. while acting as a stimulant of the neither excites nor Irritates them, was Ions since d by Iloswvr's TSls btomach Bitters. fine tuedtclae exeits the ruinN.te desire of simulation upon wes organs wtthoat proaucins imlat'on. and 1$. therefor fsr better adapted for Purpose than exclttn s often resorted tp. Djspepsta. jpter and atrue. and Jdndnd alijasej, are all cuwd nvlt Vnr a!Ktr.Tl Dmrf and generally. kid-nry- s, snp-Jlle- MILLS, andrncestozne (For al 1 sectiors and mm trasrnr-CKle.SlO- HPcwim; OUo- - tnan itTajlcr Oo. . v.nnM, Wrttn for fTere PatnDhlfiS ni v po-iit- A oirl out West is said to have refused a telegraph lineman three times in as many months because ho was "too much of a wanderer ho wandered from polo to polo' and from 'clijib to climb,' aud if be should como home he'd be so 'iusulatj' that he'd mako one's hair stand np straight and there'd bo no ond to 'batteries und crosses.'" There is some land in this Stato so poor that you can raise a disturbance on it, on. Jigs tfctfeSaHIEtVE Ujt seUire Qaeca City ani jw 8klrt and Stoeklng Hupperter., etc.' Sarnle outfit Free. .lildraiOneeH CMy feus peaderCoClaaflsaELIJT Lady AgentsS5ES2S- CHICAGO SCALE CO, I 1SI l Uttle DtelTe.'' Smi'h Jtjtnon Strttt. Chicaner. IIL ; Sepd Ior lrt Usi II Patsst.Aceue,ir,lSs , I'lftli .Street. Cincinnati. Ohio. PATESMTS f ICC nAm"n mo-men'- s, m Hirer Advance. Orange (Ya.) Observer. It is evidently not too poor to raiso a joka on. Fall m - - yoxa?Jt hr - peace-lovin- g ,- --. n 'O-h- &. . difti-cu-If- to somebody please invent n sewing machine that will hemisphere? Xewman Independent. Tus one that wilt uk a stitcu in time ought to do it Ifosfon Folio. How about the machine thai takes a stitch in the back? Harshalltovon Electric Light. s.yton!e. AowtaIacar& Xot exwnslvr Three ln.y!5Head utr7i Iiay Fever. Ajiong the recent patents is a pocket Irucirts. or bv nikii l Ac "storm indicator." Lvery married man Fifty cenw. A.iELTlNI Warren. Pa. of convivial habits should have ono and keep it in the same pocket with his night-key- . COLLEGE, Nearlc X.J. VTenns i.re"ui"i6rgraduatesrwritf.ireiriif Will &itt!r$ HAIR teed. B.CJjTUSBi.157 wleATtetsaPrtce-llstrV- a Wfffjft Ware sent e.o.ixanTwb.eie.'fiTi3le Goodsirau-- ' w aoass BTumcafo Tho prswiest. article.- - Sr nir I nlCC rUll LAUItO UOCi rtsmp for lUastrated clrcnlar, 31. G.FAJC&. '7S,Sssez Street. Bowse Ma? Pr. fness. Ik I fcUfc"r1wXC.S.Bdforclrcltr, FltcA- bsrx AeonstlcTel.Co., 10 Charles St..FltehsTRlas.' "heif Agents Wanted. fMirflA ninKanKkslnth-worl- d 1 samRie Vynll s. MOXTH. VpsCUU Address JAV BKONSOX, DxTorr, Mien. frOUfMirHbW)f-etw1re;Wa)- L' "fl. U4 ' a. K. "WHEX S.-- E. pleas aayoa aW lk this paper. TTHITTJfO I Z Tf avsan-MHo- ABTKRTISKstt U s8 ?-- ' if A w v &- - " tA , rjtyi; - LOCAL NEWS.' For Sheriff. "VVs HOYAI. J he for the sale at retail of hp-r- - fan coin. At Phro d Korto, just are authorized to announce .Tudje The crrowth. nrosnpritr nnflliic E3 WAXKER. Rft R candidate for the complished ltuoH and foruiontel iumoix. I; a m'-.r. .r. tricin doited results of tJiooyal provides that in ht-office of Sheriff at the enduing August elecof :h, pr?s- - ire voirh ciTi ceuts in Templars of Temperance throngh-ou- t tion. out State liceube ot taO, turn tuin."' 6:u- morning a gb?2 szs tho United States hasH?Qn cry person v W0 ar authorize! to announce Capt. W. l engaged in the tramV from tho Amor- The purps0.s as candidate for the office of truly wonderful. ct.' S.fpCK ot intoxicating liquor shall, be- - itaa bide with a Meican dollai'. ntle Annie, has corruncc more, and with it the lamb-lik- e (?) month of I'uPon countv at the ensuing of tho organization co!nbint?Iar torp obtaining Ins license, and an- - On his arrival at the Mexican to March, and we wouhrifere remark, that one of those ty, morality, benevolence .ip' to- .....111.. Auist election. .i..: i.:.. he t.'ok h dr l.k of chain lightuwIT tal abstinence. The order ffibnt such traffic, pay to tho C G years nd vi. the whii.iw.ib iiiie'ii cents, a little over in exisftucj Tho farmers are greatly i dollar yet numbers over ou65nu-cil- b Comity Court as follow,: an and time. i liang for his Mevican. On '!" nut and 20,000 member. Th ob When hi plat of ln- it: within a town nar tiiihiu one miic o can return to tho American sida llro pr which this month i. so notetl, wafted into the citv of Hickman, one of 25 per rent in pric. and jects of the organization firiofly thereof gjrK) 40 per in quality by buying FURNI stated, are, to promote 'temper- When took a drink of equally bad IhMgr We largest, finest, and most superb Mock of SPRING CLOTHING nliin a vilUge of Its thai: V,OvO fit has grared the counters of any merchant, for, lo, these many seasons. ance, morality and industry, intiJibitant'' 150 and received a Mevican dollarior E.T. GARDNER'S. his American, and ho repentingtho among all classes; it prevents by lit a ill.ige of more lhaa 2,t0 , but It's These good are to be found at the low price house of ALEXANDER iOO dri-ikall just means tho growth of in- than 10,u)0 at intera'B during the Y Mr. Atwood lias added about MAXWELL, who have placed prices on them, that will a 1,(M) tf,o and at night he closed up b1 ' 30 temperance by discouutoosnemg In a city from QiM) U 20 00 ) subscribers to the Courier. In city of M mhab tanu 3'JO the manufacture, sale and cse of ncsf with the Mexican dollar jk .?5I Ira See Council proceedings as anything that can The second section affixes n started with in the morning. V ysissaTrsH?gyiBin?fj,wa intoxicac, to III. 5' II" i' to raise in tax assessments. VJ lift up the fallen, strengthen the penalty of from $300 to 1,000 lino Parties wishing CLOTHES made to or- weak, visit the sick, bnry the lor any violation oi the hrt sec- ('ammurn c ii:im.- -ir H. J. At a g der will pleacpend their orders to TIIOMP dead, protect tho vridow, anil edu- tioil. Tho third section provides wond, of Hickman K y , hj perfected SON & UOMNSON, Union Htv Terw. . or IMinishment bv film from fcMl to ranwenU by nhioh hi ciu farnialt :. i " '"" call on A. P. Scogcix with(PLAUT BROS cate tho orphan by providing cerCoDKIFU ai d the l HIM) rsy9v --TAyy.'v-vgv tain substantial benefits fa the r,uw nf nuj ....,.... ..,!. SIIM1I Weekly Conner J(,rnil, combtifd Lotltsw fi & CO ,) and ee samplejiiiouu nuu l.Jl ?.? .jw 8r..' 'watff'isrrayasi and leave measto SP" heirs of worthy deceased, mem- knowingly sell or furnish intoxi snhscriirii for the amall mini of 2 ure. Fit guinnteed. U They car. show you in mens wear choice Wool-Mixbusiness suits bers. The marvelous growth of eating liquors to any one engaged year. This fijvcia' arrangement ia omKr Ex-G- o atJSO.UU and SS.OO; thoiceall Wool business suits at 10.00; 12.50; lo.UU; v. Blackburn will estab- tho order in every place Mt has in such traffic in violation of this on'y for thioyear, ith the denire of and 18 00; Imported Diagonal and Figured Worsteds, in Sack, Trock lish a private nsylnm in Louisville been instituted is ivs surprising of increasing the circulati a6 act. thvw nemocratic paiero during th BP" lul Cutaway styles, satin lined, at 815.00; 17.00; 1S.00; 20.00; and 22.50. for inebriates and lnnatics. The fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh satisfactory. It wfa instituted in j I'reaidential rampii(in 'ff? Neat and Stvhah bovs and childrens Suits at $2.50; 3.00; 4.50; 5.0(f Buffalo, N. Y., in 1877, with 7 and eighth sections pro idesfor-th0. This Judicial District will not wcuttl in hi clnWiH le to any . 17.60; 8.00; 10.tXand as high as 14.00. Parents are invited to inspect He rumiphe the Ixtirur-JMO- bo divided into two districts, so male and 3 female Members. snd assessment, prosecution, collec- autin-;our Fraukfort correspondent ad- in 1883 the membership had in- tion etc., of the fines and taxes at $1 f0, and the Hickman Co itbib line, which we consider far superior to antluni? ever oftercd before in $ the club of creased to 14,1G7 mats ami 7.1KM imposed by the act. The ninth UK alone, i the Hwkman loo, at, or Hher PRICE or CJUALITY. vises us. Address Coruu g females, making a tol of 22,431. section provides that all sums We think wc "hit the vail nn the had" when we remark that he for H J ATWiXD. Tho Kentucky Legislature is be paid this period th& order paid jectetl under this act Hit KMW, pbc, a.s the ca.-.- may hi) imut be fastidious indeed, that cannot find both talking of adjourning on the 2Stl. to deceased members Js follows: ",t0 the treasury to go to the Two to one there will be no such Males, price and otyle, to uit, after looking through our elegant assortment. t ffuilttles JSdd $012,413; inj. i tU Common School wiiiii .f. N. B. We are closing out winter Goods, embracing all lU?4s in X) ry good luck for the State. 3204,5SS; endowmentgepartment Fund. poods, winter Clothing, Overcoats, heavy Bootsc; at prmieudst. Kow The establishment and organ-iiatio- n $3,500; making a total of $S20,i00. , it Hur time to 'ecure choice bargains. 'llicfc irt Fnctu. I much does it cost to join Cflftfreir old of a cotton factory is the How liEADEKS AM) MaKERSOF IvOW PRICES, absorbing topic with tho people such an order! The. initiation toe ,I1.eei!!t1f,J e H SJ T"of xuf , , stand,- and ai-ilnn roa' i assorte iU!UW of Trenton and vicinity. or uuncuouiy' Hr.iiui fe.lllg 1 ly trt,,y is L. ctrlc i5ateIH. Sc is tho small sum of Gj50, and for lnvimiy t e Jiver Ji(nuiKH, Jun-licLlvrs of skaters all remind Bt, We may tale a tumble, too, Cjjaa)n Weik Ktdn'ja, or any a female, or contributing life memAnil ariuag hare tobind us Tortious of n 'black and bine." ber, only $3,50, which sums se- J'Beio of the uriimry ort;;.nii or whoever Who r. j i re- an apprt'tzer tome the Low Madisanvlllr Time. mih iini-cured an insurance policy, all ant, will nlwajs fini Electricr liintri' the no longer from Dyspep"S? A 25 SAWAWT Tho member from Graves costs paid, for bonofigary mem- bet and only cert-ii- t an knon Tliey Vtf QllllWias xoxsia, Indigestion, want of county is asking the Legislature to bers of 62,000, and for contribu- ast surely at-- qui ky, oirry bottle guar Appeti to, lossof Strength give the people of Mayfield anoth- ting life members of 51.000, with amee.i to gie eutire wt ifactin or mwitv lack of Energy, Malaria, er vote on the Local Option law. graded assessments aifeording to refunded Sod at filty cenU a bottle by Tf sr'SvkSSvB age. This tabic any intmber will P. Forlaoe Intermittent Fevers, Ac. ?$,7&& Stock bills of every descrip- gladly explain to you. M. person BROWN'S IRON BITi. Colo rod 3Ian-- i I'loritieut Mperli tion printed at this onice in the can ttike TERS never fails to euro GVk&JBS'VT&EtJEi, &o.3 less than a fufl rate polibest manner and at the very low- cy if he desires alialor quarter, Tho most thoroughly eloquent all these diseases. and effective speeches ever made announce to onr fnci.N and the public generally, that r have jast TX'ived est figures. Call and see samples. at corresponding rates. W'E imraenw stotk of all kind f Furniture and 'licit the trad of ttartiea wih in the Texas Legislature were pro TVo arc pained to announce After a man joins, wnr.t will it TiftTltifrw1 Iit twniinurnoD aiwl Imtli ing to bay. Vie can ehu a!l u 3 of Funsiturs in plain ami fancy. Also, a fine line (ever Benton, November 6, i83i. wo that Miss Mollie Judge, Saturday cost him to carry $2,000 per year?; m.re of tj,e anmegeiieralimnort of Bkok Lhemkm. c Ocntlcmn for yer I have evening last, while practicing on i?rom 1S to lbt6, tiiiacts prove a siaVe'3 devotion to marster for bcenAgic ufferrr from Dy? pcptia. old cash, vy&fs roller skates, fell and broke her mat it cost a moniDor at uie rate auj mistiss." The following is an ami ecu! J fcet no relief having tried ?. rrennmeed-cd- ) ererythng li h ktj arm. of less than nine dollars a year; j extract from one of these specch- a low down, until, act ng en the advice of a friend. ho Kilbecn benefitted by jhu ior me o years jiBaij wi g es: "lliero cn bo no great race The Paducah Journal has susIIuovin' Iuum irrcKs, 1 tned a ta make onr prieea to snit the pirit of the timen. Ton can rtat wnrcd W p'op bottle, with hk st surpriung result, pended publication for a few est estimate, on an average co&ts enmity between us. This cannot l'renou to L.mn Bi owx'j Ikon jon nred never leave our houw to look fir cheaper good.s. We propose to sell aa lute as JXoyal Templars $4l,G0 a .VOrtr- - come while my old marster and weeks. We hope it will live the Brrras ever th ne ate distressed any it tail Furoiturw atetw ia the 'Purdiaa. me, ar.J l s trier cd greatly from a again. In all truth it was too good It is claimed that tho Dnrosproe mistiss live Xo uor while their Very nnrpectftttW, burning icimuoo ia the stomach, that this is much chtaper in.nr-anc- children and mine survive. which vji urbearahle Mnce takI a paper to die so young. ing ISjtunsv IwdH Bittcbs, all my T. F. WILBURN & GO. than that giyji by the troub'ca arc at an end. Can eat any Tho Louisville Exposition Di- Knights of Honor, or day other or- knew no ant of today or care litre without an disagreeable reS&3.mw room In new Odd FHow building. sults. I am practical,? another rectory has settled on August ganization. Total abstinence speaks for the morrow when I was their . Give eke- ns a call before Jfeir All kind of Repat ring done en ebort r.osice, and in a workmanlike atyta. Alao Mrs. W J Flyk, person. property. Look at" these wrink lGth as the time for opening the here to the groat atfrautago of y Maverick St , E. Eostoo. togive apecial indncetnenta an we are.prt-pareled, second Southern Exposition and the hfe insurance fcalure ot the taio. rouirh hands. They tell the where Thej lcn how j have toiic,i it will continue sixty days. lioyal Templars. Ilinan Coun- for them And the storv is not BROWN'S IRON BIT"Why do people dwell in the cil was instituted Man(l 2G, 1879. ended. Thry are old and helpless TERS acts like a charm "bottoms" subject to yearly over-how- s wan i oenenmry aimjo conino- - ,, . fllMi i;Ve in a little a F on the digestive organs, t" asks a cotemporary. We uting life members, affijfiu 30 dai.ss olu.e tii(i a.i r Btlii to;i for tjle.,. removing all dyspeptic auswer because these bottoms IS additions were mcSo to each I nend them half of every dollar I symptoms, such as tastu- furnish the richest soil ou the class, giving a total (Shnrter mem- draw from the State Treasury, and ing tho food, Belching, bership of 62. It clom the first when fheir daughter, a beautiful continent. Heat in the Stomach, year with 83 meinbeTT in good II w Wo regret to learn that Elder standing. The Hickman Council aud good girl, whom I used to Heartburn, etc. Tho J. A. Clark, of tho Baptist church, ha6 sustained 3 deailfl: Mrs. El- carry when she ac a child in only Iron Preparation MANUFACTUHERS OP has decitled to leave this, his na la Harness, W. T. EmaiiBer. and these strong arms, as manied that will not blacken the tive county. lie will locate . -HI ' .'a-r..c Ann G AVill.tiM '..nl n.w.l.li not long ago, I sent, her a check teeth or give headache. . j f iiuuiui T for 1,000. Have 1 not a lr lwv "Vm Ins now n wc wwn mm iogB WRH promptly pfdiiuuu vl ask jou. gentlemen of the right to majorisuccess home. jjTidlo the Sn- This Conn.il Sold by all Druggists. "' kaj 3 - llBiIP I yTsrrS?mMl mmWmmT ty, to deal generonsl wi.h my 4rWB r proMie Council, t Ptee. 1. 1SS3. on race?" A.V. Ihe recent flood in the Brown Chemical Co. "on-u...... and Cumberland has spent boncnciary calls, WJuH L"""r'MI'afc8i! 'M. J ITSnIHms ttJnt AtiivUiur Mnn MRyr $3,941; isss--.a a .sr:T-,.Tiritself, and the present rise in tho tributiug calls, $8.10; rr f-'J- ,'," SB- - 'iBi5lL3 "::z:- i IT rail Pi5 f I frl"!-,3 ". aww" ygggLegiLKf mea gifafcfdr.J nilllaftV Ohio will not do any damage. To- and has disbursed l,&0. juv c w 1 u x a a. j j. Sec thai ail Iron Bitters are made by An editor to whom a subscriber Browa Chemical Co . Baltimore, and Tho Council at this laie is iira came in grumbling about Lis subgether they check the Mississippi have crossed red tines and trade- flourishing condition, am! has in scription price being too high in uark on wrapper. from falling rapidly. good standing, 32 beneficiary mem- comparison with the 'city papers,' Tho terrible roads in this BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. 30 contributing Hfe mem the next isHl JP jMj county this winter has convorted bers and officers for tlnprosent put these questions inpapers veu9 The gie sue: 'Do these eity a number of old citizens who bers. are : ' ffi term your news! Do they contain noheretofore opposed a road mx to T. . Wilbnrn, S. C. your schools, churches, tices of the necessity of the same. If the R. W. Isler, V. C. meetiugs, improvem'ents and hunvote could be taken right away, Q&ps Olo W. L. Gardner, P. 0. ; dreds of other thiugs of interest a road tax would carry. K ' P.. Brevard, Chap. FOR R. which the local papers publish N. Outten, Medical Examiner without imv? Do they say a word The Paducah Journal thinks J. n M sdr!tl Bowl Ptraye! lr in mv ' e, ' and GENT'S FURNISHK3 SOODS, 1&, tho acceptance of free railroad and Secretary. j calculated to draw attention to , bn' t t 1 l of !ecen!hs lart, L4DISS' passes by members of the Legisto aid in the ne Bwour iUy Mm:e ii avy Im fe 14J. ase, iFCHisuicr. ? your own town i. A1TOHOH; (1. W. Wilburn, Herald? lature is vicious and corrupting. progress of your own vicinity! An- atd?' hih no whi e a:t:t her eXftpt a :ew e We think a. member that can be .M. F. Kransford. Guard swer these questions, and then de- Umul!;rav hairs wi.er- e i.'.ddof rHssstnre PACKET COMrANX b tie: tit ' Iwr Senthfcl. so easily corrupted is rather corJ. II. Ringwood termine for yourselves whether At in ah ill S or i) yerM old AiA-- t ie': Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Doors, SasljBlinds, t rupt to begin with. Parties deBiring any information the city or local paper is deserv- tme time one Mole Coirbd II tJ of this order can address. Hugh-lett- e ing of your support ilrst of all.,? Mri.K. la hanrti Itm'i, B jrear aim akk hJ rvK : v t t t uii. r The store house of J. H. Cay-cGlassware, Etc., Etc tin white tKME. n it.ark excett gpar Wils"on, Grand Counselor. at Alexandria, thi3 county, was Hie"kman,Ky., Loyd B. Reus, Grand any nii.iriiiauon the At the battle of Manassas the un- msr".stook ill be tlianhfu'ty receiy3 and destroyed by lire, Sunday night of Secretary, Louisville, Kyy, or any iform of the First Louisiana regi itiov iberallj rewar.lal, last week. He- had only partial member of Hickman ConncilXo. A. W. I! H CKMA1V, KIT. ment of Confederate mtantry was Thought to bo the 12. insurance. C!ir.i:i Si reel, (UNITED 5TAT3S HAIL.) DAIUTALL, Lafcp County, Sma. Anil tho blue. Another Confederate regian incendiary to cover work of JOHN A. SCUDDBR, Presldocf, burglary. ment, mistaking them for the eneS;ffT Xctllco, JOHN' P. KEISER, Buperintendent. The great quinine manufactory my, began firing upon them. An Thomas Bradshaw, one of the THEO. O. ZEIGLEIi, ixa'y. and Tree. & Weightman, at PhilaTitken up a n extry, by Wm, Ii at Magistrates of this county, in tho of Powers consumed hy fire last order was immediately given for --on. living on the Derbnrg nM) fve delphia, was A TK1 WEEKLY LINE ef boots "bottom" precinct, died, suddenly week. The rosult is quinine has the Louisianians to shuck their coats milen south f H iik man, one darJriroirn RUNS St. Louis to Memphis, and o rinj5t parle'i year oM ihi last week, of congestive chill. gone up forty c ents on the ounce. and put them on in.side out. and the Stet-r- , a crop lice from Bt. Louia to Violia Ho was up and attending to his comical hpectacle of 800 men with with Rplit in, otf tie rilit sail ttlswitofl, and th" left er. Stisl aer i burg. usual business.durinjrtheday, had their coats all turned wrong put an hli Jersey. Apprat-w- l at Talto ilio Bnr!IvnM Amlcn Kalc. bf j. p GOING SOUTH. a chill in tho evening, and died end, for the time being, to the pomp -, Memphis boats pat's Blekmnn Tuesday The IJest Salve In the toI for CutB&- X I). W MCKINSK,J. p.p ft that night. nights, Thursday nights and Saturday Bruins. Fores Ulcers, SU IHieanj, Fever of war. This was the first '"great FIRST TO RETAIL , Feb.2- 18S4- . . nights. Yieksburg Mr. Charlie Warren, son of Sorn, Tetter Chspei reverse" that befell the Louisiana R'y. Wedoesdajs and Fridajs.boats, Suoda& Eruptions, ami Gams, nod Ed K. Warren, has been appoint- tively cures all Skin no p,iy Uqireil. posi- troops in the war. Ex. or GOING NOBTII. ed to a $1,100 position in the i euarnnteedl'ilp, cive iKrfcfiati8faetion It to W. A. HKNS08". Memphis boats put Hickman Tuesday Houso-o- f is estimated that 5,000 bonnWash- or monej rrfuneh-- l IT ho .Representatives, It Price25 cent . nights, Friday sights aud Sunday nighto. o. ington, on tho recommendation 'of toox. r r es floated down the Ohio during runiu-'uniiowr- e rorcmeai TilyTn7Vl$ Yickhburg boats Mondays, Wcdnesdaye4 Hon. Oscar Turner. Turner is the flood. and Saturdays. o SSSSSSaHKFHi TMa f.lniti.i. rilc""', ..... Sr3SSS! ' fnJL ' " A TEMII,VK.H rr. . oti : Srnii'" or A bill has bren offered in ti,.- n r. n...... l'AXft: e by Mr. iiouso ol At El Pso Meit an dollars aro Ortlcmt If ickmitn, ira lalbot to impose a ery high - worth eighty five fentsin ygyycuj1 tvi.?nTTrrv&E3".. j j, - it nwiirv- riw, yr ""i-rii- n i iT-- r" "Ajrpyy -mxs-h- jj. mMM ' c- - aw,iJi:tg' mxiAxz Zai-'-- V. Mr "X Ucfl yjiAWC 'aJBiW Kcp-ceeut- ati ' i- Amen-cone- e ii. ,. - m AAtm ov-'Mt.-,- .:i earih-ivprstarti.i- v ? U-i- k bo-hin- d Aim-iica-- - f-- c-- nt s Mf Jpff7jnaiSJJj ar-- o-.- ,r - "!"""" - - y.-g'- ia ed ami,-pe&t- on ,, proa-hin- e m-:- j ! rol-Durin- ad e -- yefjagi-i1--'TTrnirit- in-n- M Jl ,.. f,. j iJUIM-1- e, SUFFER LEAITDSB, Made -- MAXWSLL. Prices? Arcii6Tin their new building,: receiving the largest ment of -(,tf JU - - u Fumitur -- J kk .E" Si brouglit to Eickmftn, which hare strictly bought and will he and'very 1 1 o CHEAP FOE GASH. J. W. GORMAN & purchasing I Ociitractors and Builders of Houses. CX - , - - : WEST KENTUCKY PIONEER: a HERTWECK, BALTZER mJmmW-fc!tmFsminl ssTssmlf - & CO. uy,;uo,na I i hi Ten-liesu- oo onJ M, -- Ilfi-III- N t 'Zimmmttm WltlmBBSN&M&i tim smi --t-- TmH A Wt mssmmmgnrHsf . mgms&&zzz jjiickman Kentucky. ;r--r- thing, Boots, Siloes, Hats and 9 n-- : ad Te-n- NASHYILLS, ST.OIilSlFIOKWO XjITS y-r- - It-i- -- Oliattanooga e, 1 iLtlanta, Florida 1 ly J1-)- , - Jntl HawllJ-.GhdMain- NrC, L T ir hie home people. certainly truo to his friends aud to e f Telling its mate The corn show gotten up by Bung in music without a woriPj lDsir none mty refuse, $ Commissioner Davis, of tho AgriTlie blessed belief that bye andtje, BprinK ia coming ' A glimjw I see, culture department was attended When tUa tun nil lues out froa'dreary slcy, by people from all parts of tho oin jlOla UC tmiT.ij..w.. Ann State, a great many carrving samDon't tell tne she coyly Jtr Jong, ny. For the snow is meltlat ples. Eastern Kentucky and the boast of s Teign oace strong, The Bluegrass region carried off tho Is broken at list today. . I'm tare tLe violets Uding, ive prizes. Under the leave ejdry,',; Are onlj for sun shju bi4ing Tho second ndventists assert Then wictrr, I'll aj that the world will come to an end on the 4th day of November, A ncninrkeb!e?i:Wcpo this year. This happens to be the Mrs Mary A. Dailejpf Tunbhannock, day of tho Presidential election, Pa., was afflicted ior six'Ten vrith Akthrua and as tho Courier proposes to and Dronchiiis, ulurinV which lime the continue its campaign clubs until best phjuicians coald ije no relief Her of, distil in last October life "the returns are all in," subscrib- ghe rras despairedBottlefuf Ur- King's New procured a ers will please leave adviso as to Diseorery, wheniairacdiaie relief was felt any change of address. and by contiuiicg iisB' for a sl'ort time she was pilots 60 lbs in completer cured, gaining in flesh The Mississippi river few month'Xjj, certify that there is a ledge of Kre Trinl Bottles fffthig certnin enre of rock immediately in front of Hick all Throat and Lung Ditiae at Fortune's man, and the engineers of the Drugstore. Large ItolUea&l, 00. Mississippi river survey say they 3gT have not been able to ascertain Pcraeaal. the existence of such rocks. If Mr. John Ghofeon, cairo, III., h visithe Eiver Commission will send a ting friends in this city. man down here, in low water, he Mr H. M. MaxweUtlfthe firm of Alexcan see the rocks with the naked ander & Maxwell, villjE&e h departure eye. for the east, Batarday, t purch-iagoods. Mr William Jacksof, 0 the firm ol Mr. A- - J. Belt, of Crittenden county," Ivy., tvus inarrien, on tno Plaut Bros. & Co , lefrfhurlay for where he will parcbase "his spring 11th instaut, hy Elder J. A. Clark, 8lOC. to Miss Mattie Hagan, of this Mr. D.W. county, the ceremony taking place Amberss SonsaAmberlfof the firmof of J. at the residence of tho bride's tern Kentucky, lef t TKJav, for tho Weseast, father. The happy couple left on to buy spring goods, "jt the Tuesday morning train for H. Buchanan leavaa!L.,nrrow for the their future home in Crittenden, larper cities to buyilji, j,pr;Bg stock of attended by tho best wishes of goods. Old Buck vatfraake things red hot in trade when iegllr!ISi', may friends. -i- r-i.. Ice-Vin- e's "GOOD BTE" WISTEU. W, Is the winter oxer ? aweet ne f, Ib" COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Hickman, Ky., March 6, 1SS4. Council met pursuant to adjournment. Present, Major McCuf hen : Councilman Beckman, Moore, Uatnage, Shaw and Wit FAlHbBITE! L'a eirn, Ste. GeuirieTc aud John J D sm- - IM 1 "V -C-- iOOII lfcJl v erj&mn Vtbwl-bje.- " -- - e -- CQ-cinna- 'IICKMAX, KEXTUCWQ, motion, the Council proceeded to reOr Address AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Y can demnd HiH)n finding anv thing in my house that & vise tic asftshment of 1S34 a follows. I A. Y. StcrcsiN. kept in a first clans FURNITURE bTORE. Wishes to inform the pnblic Alexander &. Maxwell, raised on stock, Pa3. AgU, Dalla. Tex., or ccr i of is fully he to do all kind 1.000. W. I.. IK.Vt.Kf, Parttes wihmj- - farther inflatBeckman, W. raised on residence, $200. O. P. &. T. A., Nashville, Tenn. ion, will ptease call at my Office, si'sffloor BarkaJale, J. K raised on lot 251, W. FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agf., Hickman. ?" weat of Laclede Hou- IL.S100 Case, E raised J 18 and 10, O. II. $2,000. A No 1 BEDSTEAD -ICane, F. E raised on stock, 5500. A Tip Top PAXNEL BED,.. "Znffl WAWB33, G&OSSSr AH9 Case, F. E raUed J on 223, W. H. $'t00. M?, CHAIRS per Sett, v? ' " Cowgill, J. W. for wife, raised on resi$20. dence, S200. BUREAUS, S6.50 Cowgill, J. W. raisetl on stock, $800. TIN SAFES, $2 50 osoRcpnirod by Gorman J. W. & Co., raised on stock, Gardner' perferated CHAIR SEATS, ...20 S1.000. $1 2o. $180 and other hn at unit raUa; FEATHER BEDS and MATTKEsSES 90c, 1 ILLARS, ittc per pound. ANDY BAB3I, Douglas, C. A. raised on watch, $75. GAFF, JAMES I am also agent for the Light running Diamond Sewing Alai wGS. Balms, A- - C. assessed on piano, $150. came. oso- VINT SIIISKLB CONS MILLER, Knoerr. .fc raided on residence, $500. N. B I al hare the finest line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to Murred, II. S. raised on lota 211 ,'284, Keonfi the verv beat make?of Beer. freh GRANITE STATE, CtistoMient politely wrved on short notice. Hickman. 1 FKAR NO COMPETITION. AS MY fiOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIRf and cs0l. and imtite u..l attentive clerks to and 210, W. , 5150 EAVESEVERYSlTNDAYand THURS- 91 on- -. . X Plumruer, Laura, raised on equalization. Ilavea npw set of Tools antWlSQr-inl-, nRlnurvfCcl id'PM'iU'V.uiviicL'iM' t. r t x . 11 U.1.AJ isn t lion iii.'1 u tuniouiera. m., Louisville l day, at 5 :p. ..-.- for Cairo, r:..-- : $1,000. ., On'i forget the place, on the opposite corner from 1'lnutBro's. & Co., under the 2ew and guarantees totU&ctiom!, r " t ni..i M CITY HALL. Give me a call before buyiug elsewhore. Sohm J- - raised on J 18, $100. tor TfHb Railroads and Steamers On motion, ordered thr.t all parsons who lT9, objeat to the foregsfng changes in their Prists, Suisrs. WssiifB vA M upjar baforc the Council on m Giving through tickets to all points ChiTuesday, March 18, 1S&4, after which no --. nj .. cago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, Now complaint will be entertained. EBPS all kinds of staple and ncy yHICKMAN, KY. York, Washington City, Philadelphia and On motion, Council adjourned. Boston. East, North and Western tonr- gK. E. Miiiisr, C-- 0. Attest, lists wilt find La lielle Kivec roure mizi Jehcbtful and economical. Sm . Hickmak, Ky., March 11, Rales by this lino cheaper than any an! Corrrctionrries. Will b to Council met. Present, Mayor McCutch-e- n see hi-- olJ cr.jtomer . and will botSi suit other first olas route. .Meals and slate' DEALER IS Bapgage ohecked through. ; Councilmen Beckman, Moore, Shaw, theai in price and utiahtv. rooms free Call nadsep LstS.4j APLSATSDPANOY 1S0C3EIBS a5f Passengers can rely en a plentild ltam- je anu u uiing. fecall I'ftfitts. us. "Quuk 'ei and The minutes of tha last meeting wore Won't be undersold rj&a-ittrip by this line. "as the alearaers arc all My Stock ia New and Frsh, nnd will and.signc-1- . read, approved first eta;?, httvtng been expressly built be sold at prices thai Till be esJno. Witting presented an account for for the accommodation of passengers. pecially attractive to buyers. Jgy Each steamer carries a full siring street work for 2 SO, which being proporly ft LOWER LOWER and n. W. L10nTBUR B, band, k approved, was ordeivu paid. HOUSE HA3 BEEN R.ECBWTLT NLARGS'J. REFIJTnD, RD?0IHSHBD, 321 C& HT2C. IEfc&S2 General Freight aud Ticket A sent On motion Council adjourned to Tuesday. hints, s'desl&c. rrHis thoro'ighlr innovated. Canveaent to river and 8 ail Al kinds of Groeei les and attcatite No 7 Monroe strcet,AUmphis,Teun March 18, 1881. as cheap as the cheapest. 1 will nff" b0 watch kep t and, altogether one of the best annotated hotels in this section, jw R. E Milljjt, C C. Attest, JoUN WITTlNQ. underbid. HE. m. JTSJBISfJEafc, : : SBIT.23, 1833. : B1DAY" r g fftA L Li -- Sa jltj? H .:. na Bteainers City of Heir I. Maude. Vicsburr. boats Steamers City of ProTidenco, Delia of Memphis, GoldDush City of Cairo, City .of ureeaTillo &&4 City of Vicksbur. Memphis boats nearest licjs.bu iiiium, pr-par- fnt-ist- ry 111 m m mi PACKET COMPANY. JIf HI' -- -- f !XIYOLI HALL. -- Memphis, Cairo, Louisville and C K QOiiDBi!it4 SOH5&, Steamers Prop'r. Cincinnati n uui niinwr v- - :.. S&SV&GU'UUy9 8rra r -- G 1S8-1- EOCERI p'eil t ri.i mir'T-s- ew u-rocery- i Mm - m t5S?xS5 m a fi w - m mm m B. L. GOLDBERG, g f HIOSBEAN, "KEMTUCKY. "i -- ropriotor.jfar i ve a m St -- 5 - j' "4. A" Q ii &&- - '. f wzr ; M ses mssms pjMgnimmiini, run- - i. A C B9Be.-iinj- i i i couhi.se, -- j .jt.,:frLli...yn.iJujiraM faw,., Specie! t tbo (ourirr-J- . npirr 0n urii ii i- IItfcVK.VlIOX ml- !' OTBItl'LOIVS. V TEW lORTT. fo,...i. tt.21I " the Lun in An Oregon man grants to trade who Iimc i..lini over MrmM .kBcliffor u wife. Here's a chance ... - a mnle 1M I"1 for somo man to get a mule Ut a irom n asinogton, nn innsrer con""'Pany The of PMMi.. Lciiia ii ia i)refroi,n rSenator waters plan tho dividing the flood iIt was his 'mii. bargain. Mississippi from of Sherman for the li0ublicau nombusiness to work t. T T SI.-V- ,,,e Tinliire. fifth 0rrw1.xr .s.Pe i Ulrnl n urr ,f ' l"' 'I rentment tii . ination. It may be reoe,nl)ere" Cairo to the Gulf suggested in the AAAbAft kJUAitiiii mm! "?iirtt uu '""j rTP3iot iiEa uie Kentuckv Republicans frill hold kl. " F. E. CASE & CO. o:..i "":" ........ N f Abll". 1ijo his Avalanche by Mr. A. J wnrtiii DUUUaV lift irn. i rrioi M' ,a"Pl-vva "l their Convention to select dele that the construction not upon dis- having attracted a good deal of muooDiiKlIB. IVbtlitv iU fifth cnmn former ; After nineteen years of successful busines in your midst through fire, 'Tr, " '" 5,"ilt ,,n,, i.bi,ii ipUtr. gates to the Chicago Convention patches, utterances H'lhcso that attention, Mr. Martin has received southeast corner of rpwj.M ninMi when he decla'd Fourth a,l flood and epidemic, CCLVEltWfiLL, 31. 1... in Louisville, May 1. are pleased, to announce that they have renewed their Arthur would cam- ni.in. was that numerous requests to more fully St. Clmr.es streets, at his B,, i ! aatlwr. in thin ndtiirnbto bu- explain the plan, which he does in Senator un iour or fivo articles ol incorporation, and concluded to Aim .S e,"rtysi'ro' tra l.U ou virtnr XeU, Seine?, Line", IIoolw, and all hints Col. Mat Adams, the new Reg ried the Sherman andlioad tho following letter to tho Ava,42.fm,f0,e?',,0,'c' of "lf-"y past, and h would "'uD"i"Ha' aiioiil naif nggt 3 of Halting Tacke and Supplies, at a bar'"U if- - rMJll ihout tlanrvU' nur(ioil lanche: Ofltce, will con- soon make open that ister of the Land u uuih. 11c iuiu me any Umi'h i"tran.i.t. nog. or wnltalr; gain. GrtKX'riert and Family Supplies jtn-er-a dcclaftton to In a former communication, the man, James Cranney, that h07aieh. 11 P"lftiiiioJ0f cur t onctf ccrtaluan4 bi j". tinue Tom Corbett as deputy for that effect. Thai seems to be the hia cri7 fnthrer. no was htirl- purpose of his present errand, al- writer of this suduutted for pubmy ..ore t.iU 7"lB "", to get tne otneo T. the present. . ie.e lunch. Tf though he says tho Ohio delega- lic consideration a plan of perma- awhilo a 2SF ID XO? Udi, tt pr,,ea laMlt thniMKflt imJ IIST 1 nent improvement of the Missistion TO Hon. FIeney Geoege announ- cago will probably g0 toftho Chi- sippi river, which may again be against the rules for any omnW I W.H.Jackson, long and favorably known in connection with this Sutti,t4.r.-,- jn a pUIn eoTelcr, lo unj to leave the office, and the watche? . 9Pt at foar C4it), or Iw nottag ces tluit he will not he a candidate the Convention m.nilcred;.tlint stated :.s follows : House, tt e are trnelr . irratifiil f.. tl, ,.,... i;tural put- & Go'S man did uot think Tiller int...' 1 ....-..- . i.enig aomiueu. R. convention win be remarkably - wwi-. . . nvfunj...! 4v..I una THgCULjKltW ELL MEDICAL CO , ..,.. . de1. To turn a part of the Missis- K"iug. for Congress if Judge Grace v. aikiug to tne back room rvuig. t.LtUv.v. iu ua iv a deliberative body anT,tuat Mr. community, and hope that in the in turc as 1 1 Aaa St.. ISjw Yrk, X. Y. ; Past OIBee llox, . Imrnenso stock of Groceries of r.ll kimii. years we shall endeavor to merit the same. and Liquota ot '20 didereut kind on U a hi Sherman is not and villnot be an sippi river into tho St. Francis at Oraunoy remained thero awwi in cides to be a candidate. Our Mr. Abe Strwt, avowed candidate, lie thinks the most practical outlet below aud when ho returned again totlia Plaut in connection with the Oar els, The Democratic Congressional that Southern outraeesiN occu Cape Girardeau, Mo., and to deep-o- uuica ne lounu tne clerk gone. J. R. BROWN and improve that river on to iiio Muimin.Hii uumeaiateiy gent organiz- py more attention m Campaign committee was the 'campaign Helena Ark. has purrbaped a brand new stock of FAJ& for Mr. Fuller, the agent of the ed at Washington Tuesday. Hon. than any other issue. 1LY GROCERIES. Confectioneries, Tota S. P. ffDANIEL, M. D., co-- Cigans t a"d opened on 2. To turn a part of tho Missis- company. That gentleman n, Jas. F. Clay is tho Kontucky 'lhis conclusion willbo recognized as tallying wither. Sher- sippi river into the Yaxoo at the down with his assistant and fonml member. HIS PROFESSIONAL CLINTON STREET, most practical outlet below Mom-phi- the safe locked. The keys wore OFFERS tube citizens of Miokmsii and man's utterances in Congress. the nicest lions of the kind that has over and to deepen and improve gone, Tiller having them in j is Ticinltjr. "What about Arthur !$ko was A Fbanefoet correspondent been In Hickman, and t lower prices than, the head streams of tho Yazoo possession. It was some tint bo- Offiee Cncr room in Laclede House. $ ever offered before. Headquarter?, opposays the Legislature promises to asked. - . site Plant Bn4 & Co , Oit.km BtreeU "Arthur has dono wclfr but n0 and the Yazoo itself on to Yicks-burg- . ioro uie uupneato keys to thesate will aKvsrs bo tnti ihn !. f.i. r Frank-for- t n can .,i ... l,.:.1 uniuauii in uur line, sum an celebrate the 4th of July in rum T. Miss. could man who has held the Presidency and whenJ.h! on the Cash PrioP,and good reliable GOODS. We 3. To turn a part of the Missis- snrb was at least the session will be a by reason of his elections opened tho oatirtj are nowjiM opening the Sale and Livery Stable, firt spring shipment in all lines, and invite you sippi "river into Bayou Bartholo- contents, save some com very long one. has ever yet been nomi$ PHYjICAN KB SURGEON i nated after filling the"5ce to mew or Tensas, or the most prac- gone. It is estimated that llifi w cjjii anu see. io iruuoie to snow uoous. bill is which he wsb not originally chos- tical outlet to Red and Atohafateya money taken will foot up abb ail copy-righ- t HICK.Ml'?, "Wattekson's KENTUCKY & "VQoaothoguir. ,$75,000. A soon as the loss wifl hiore universally condemned by en by thcpeoplcJ? ai PiSKS his Profession nl Sertices It AlsSii8 plan, which may be call- discovered the police word - f in Are KENTGCKY STREET, oitiienaof HlcltmoTu'and rloinily tho preBS'oC' tho country than any Ohio in any iiamcwonftoned ed the plan of division, has exci- lied, but Tiller was never seL M to the referent janl ov being offerEEPS oonsts.ntljr on hand for hilt bill wo ever heard of ted some interest and favorable terward. Where he wont JtowJ ?" 1C and sale 3 ed in Congress. absolutely no comment, and is of such vast im- knew. "Our people Kve HORSES, BUGGISS and HACKS 0. L. R A N DLI Tiller had been in the empl choice at the present time, and portance (considering the subject HftTine purchased tlio ainble. horres au- they are simpl awaiting develop- treated), the writer wishes to call tho company throe yours, and The Mayiicld Democrat, is ATTORNEY and entire utat of W. B. Plutnmer Af LAW further attention to reasons in manager, Mr. Fuller, had the we propose to continue the business, and thority for saying that Hon. Oscar ments." "Your nanv has frequently been support of his proposition, and to most confidence in his lion Collector, Real Estate Agar. aolicit patronage Mexican penTurner introduced a answer certain objections. Tiller had always worked fait mentioned ir connection with sion bill into Congress which pass- second placs on the ticket." the The first and most important ly, and until Suudav there n niCKMAJT, KY. The oki, popular and always reliable Hardware house of e wry " 11 ed the House by a vote of 227 to am no a candidate for any reason why the division is practi- was anvthinfr in liin nrtionK f "I attend promptly to all l.us. f iG. office. I hive no interests w hat-ev- cal is because it is made by nature would cause the slightest suwic-ion- . i Bacsirma aud lo&HAxkix nej entrusted bim ia K'entucj and Wortinvostem Tenaesree Tlie money which ho tjok 12 in thi coming contest, except in times of Hood, and if aided by ' art it will be made at all times ex- from tho safe was money witch SpecialattentioagiTenUtheinvestiga Conjnjission Hon. Roswell P. Flower, of New those of jny other citizen." ercljaijU, i?t of Lnd titles, and tie purchspc Sherman's name spo- cept in cases of very low water, had been accumulating some tiie, "Is Gu. IloiK, had a slight boom for the tnU df Real Estate. f jiuS B ICEMAN, EY., Democratic nomination for Presi- ken of s a Presidential candi- and if regulated maybe prevent the receipts of Sunday taken fm Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, tloods. the messengers only formiuf a dent a few weeks since, but the date?" Keep always on band, Freb Any "It lus been, but it is under Cairo map of the region between small fractional part of the tftal which are offered ut latest reports from political cen H. A. & R. T. Tyler LIME. CEMKT, SAi T ?LA?TER and the gulf will show that amount. S, willibe would not accept a Every effort stood that he ters, put Tildeu m the lead. the Mississippi river, when it mado to hunt him down. OR ASb SEEDS, CLOVER &o. i j nomination." La-Whigh lands of Missour", play a 'eaves "Wtll make HberAl adrances ow "Will tho liquor Tilden will be tho Democratic promiuent part inquestionpolitics runs iuthogeneral southeast direc- Hon 31r. UocJt R'raiui .Soantor. a HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Corn, &e , far sle er shipment. ,s?&f Ohio EK4WU1 nominee for President, if he will niak4 tion to tho mouth of the Ohio, and this year ?" Albany Joarcal i irrlLL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS accept, but those closest to him "Yesj- Tho Republican vote was flowing along tho high lands of At a meeting of the Waslwig-to- and that tho very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to V V entrusted to their care. say ho will not allow his name to greatly diminished last year on Kentucky and Tennessee as far Office Millet Bloak. Press Club tho other night, be exactly as represented. Caldwell's Higij SeljooL neT8-'be used, on account of his advanc- that account. Lsst year the wool south as Memphis, it there takes a Col. Wintcrsinith, of Kontugky, question also had some effect and southwest" course to the high lauds told the following story: "I f as ed age aud general health. TUB FIFTH YK,Ul ill naomea o proved very injurious to the Re- at liclena, Ark.; irom there it a candidate for .Senator from Ken 0. Wilson Sauadnj, Aujf- - t. 557tis, IS&3, proceeds south to tho mouth of tucky iu LS7G,'' he said, "when I publicans, and the Democrats used Mr. YVattersou's bill to copy it for all it waB worth. Now the the Arkansas, and thence in a told one story that defeated we, and Mniiniii aiue xiOBthd right news matter for twenty-fou- r ATTORMBY AT LAW TK QMar ol rliiily, ia aiLUtiou to thar-og- b Democrats have tho responsibility southeast course again to the but I can tell it now without any still-borThe hours is ant to be Primary Woik, will Icelnds HiLte of that questiou thrown upon mouth of the Yazoo at Vicksburg. such dauber. One day 1 was? in countrv nresa has arrved itself them." To aid the passage of water into the gallery Mat!iiiiatic, the Nntural JJcirncr, of the Senate wheu HICKMAN, KY. against the mcasuie as one inimiThe Latin and.Orevk, Bok Keeping, PcctsKai "Upon what issue will the cam- the St. Francis, and to deepen aud MeCrcery, of Kentucky, rose to The leit roof for the least money. Ex perieneed workmen employed cal to their existence, and the re- paign attention of bnildcrs especially desired, as this house will give spe-ci- 5STG0LI.RCTI0NS promptly rcmitte ihip, EkwntiM ainl Vooal Cnltuie. improve that river, wonld of course make a speech. Every bo Senator sult is that Congressmen will not "Upou fought !" TirrnoK rrc Mojrnt. inducements. Correspondence solici ed, depleto tho Mississippi before its on the floor sought the cloak-ro&mC3J, Abstract a of titles a specialty. the Southern question support the measure. Ex. Primary S3 C? that is, the Danville "riots and the confluence with the Ohio. Aud, except his colleague, Garrett Da-- ! B. B. BREVARD. Intermediate, 4 again, to aid the passage into the vis, and the President. 1 eould Copiah county outrages. At AdvBfteetl, . . 5 $0 . . The Knights of Honor, since conference of the Republicansthe Yazoo would depleto the river be- not Help in that, but wheu a statu-pea- e 5?" PnyaWo monthly ic Ad7-e- . their organization, have paid out Columbus the other night, just fore it joined tho waters which "tSSI from the galleries began I B. f.CALDWHLt, . . death of members eleven mil- prior to themeotingof the Repub- flowed through the St. Francis. for felt that my come. (Hiokman.Ky., Clinton Str.) MAP.Y CALDWELL, D. "V lion dollars, and st.ll the oldest lican State Committee, that sub Finally, and most important of Jumping to opportunity had my feet I shouted: Iliekmkui, Xy., An 2, i8S.1. living member who joined under ject was fully discussed." to aid the passage of water "Senator McCreery is a Keutnck-ian- , all, 45 years of age has only paid $135,-0- 0 "Who is the Democrat most into the most practical pass so am I. The first man who for death losses. Is this not a mentioned as the leader on the the mouth of the Yazoo moves out of this gallery shall die." W. DIEJSTEL3RINK very cheap and reliable insurance? other side ?" and Arkansas into Bavon Barthol All took their seats under duress, a.7 WMTuUVUK. omew or Tonsaa, and thence to and for more than five ''Generally, Ohio mortal The Republican National Con- - vor Payne. lie hasDemocrats fa- Atchafalaya and the gulf. rccna, T8, elements of hours even we Fat still, pce to Barn :11 criiee, bat a? veuuon meets m uuicago, niie strength and elementa'tif weak Thus three great cutoffs or di- to his address. When it listening fe:ahs "3 rauble 10 ht.7 flOBCt. was over H 4v:5tJW!rW H MJJi VI ,T? lSFvit M 3rd, and the Democratic National ness. He is n. vory Tj,otalo visions would be made without in- - I lowered the pistol, vrhicb -. fcimibniiB i. iMMffir jAtintommiBil., segi. nMtf oirnir of Troy -"" I- sa upi H - 'ae ii4 ni Mjsw Atcuue, EiV Hiciiiaf ii, Z.y Convention in the same city, July and able man, but somothat ad torforcnuo jwith tlio origiiml bod held ready in my li.M.d, and tbo . oi tne river. crowd Bti'.ru-dWith a gesture Sth. The Republican State Con- vanced in years. I have n doubt, The passago of water could bo one tnau stopped the rush. Col. Tfr LEA though, that he is perfealy sinPAPER OF THE in c vention meets in Louisville, May, cere in his declaration thamo does controlled and regulated by locks Wintersmith,' he said, 4we hav SOOTH. 1st; and the Democratic State not desire to bo a candidate. and dams, and kept in charge of stayed here under duress at your officials of the Federal Govern- request. Now let me ask you a Convention, not yet called, ought Payne's weak points are tlial ho has THE LARGEST CIKCULATIOS. fresh XTtf" serve ber on vap, all il- cu8to.u-rfavor.' "It is granted before it is Attvcrllnlij MoUt.n. Tltie !! same city, about always belonged to tho monopoly ment. prMpily and to meet in the To be successful tho work asked' I said, not to be Outdone party. He has been largr idenJune 15th. s- tified with railroads and huge man- should begin at the mouth of in courtesy. He went on: Col. sb main Atchafalaya- and as the proposed Wintersmith, we have been hero ufacturing interests and lsaot KES. JA2HKS KASHVILLE. TKSS. The New Orleans Exposition ular with the Inborincr mei5 pop- work is through tho territory of nearly six hours, because we preXiKXTUOItY, IIXCK3XAX, crounds comprise 247 acres and "How is Tht enly pituiw of tin W'itU-r- n Anoctotai six States and affects the whole ferred to stay rather than be shot the old ticket !? I Ttt in Xashrtltt anj tht vuly jnar country between the Alleghnniee But, if this emergency ever hapwill be lighted with electricity. aEPSBSKSTiaO ittuJ t'ftrj U.vj, "Seldom mentioned." . ff and Rocky mountains, it could pens again, we ask 3011 Bimnly There are to be four lakes within only be done by tho Federal Gov- this shoot, without any paries. "How does Flower standi" & SON3 Zi&dly S them, a belt railway, with branch "Wesfcly "He is not kuown. Thljpeople. ernment. Some newspaper men got hold of es running to the Exposition in Ohio don't know who he is." is not in any spirit of opposi- it. McCrcery's friends were so or It A kpleudid 8 jtfo fhaly paper bris buildings, gardens of the rarest tion to any system of levees or angry with me that rather ful' of ne. LakhI dispitokrs by b conclusion, the In thn Tennessee, Nashville, p to hour of csg tropical and plants, said : "The tariff will be the great jetties that this plan of division see me elected they turned in and freaa, fra all parts of lie wsrlU. DEALERS IS a horticultural hall, aud the lar question, that is unless theLDemo-crat- s of the waters from hill to hill is chose Reck. It does not pay to Thk Paskkh wnla it for its weoth bo indiscreet", and telling this story drop it, and if they attempt proposed. o abviMs biireo gest conservatory in the world for Cw- 3S" The ideas advanced have been spoiled me being a Senator. & reports, ubd jnic lil foru.irkt aud ora his predtl. to do that it will bo pressed on Every intelligent person who examine the DIAMOND MACHINE, the exhibition of specimen flow TlIK .UkcaAT wnllH It fgr lis t e liqnor ques- suggested by giving thought to A :)onitvrntIc.MIKnu. ers and plants too tender to stand them. In Ohio the a very impor- the subject and considerable acprill at once discover that it is a strictly first class Machine in material HICKMAN MARBLE WORK gropbie quotnttoKS cf tbo outera tsd tion will again play foreign aarkpls. World in the open air, and for the tant part. In the last campaign quaintance with the Yazoo and editorially: and workmanship, artistic in style, lesign and finish, is better made and out The Bays HICKMAN, KY. Tim PoLim-iAwxjt8 it for Its full ml. display of an immense variety of the liquor element spent about St. Francis river basins and n Congress has been three months combines more points of excellence t han ever before presented for public ports of pruareiliugs of 0Bms and careful study of the surveys made in eesflion. Long before its or- favor, and worthy of the name " Teutiasrae Lrgislaturv, atd pnhijttil xns $200,000 in the campaign, and were fruit. aud editorials. very active and energetic, and the by Humphries and Abbott under ganization it was known on tl.o DEALBR IW Thb Wifk wants it for i bou?ciold dis. orders of the United States Gov- testimony of Republicans, who Democrats are now unable to A committee appointed by the ernment. Ambricak Maeblb partn.ct, fashion ar:clrt, swisty gcmlp-nhad been participants in somo of Italian and law." u.i'celUnraus rending. Tho greatest objection and diff- tho acts, that Indiana had boon Kentucky legislature visited Hop Tub CiiiiDKU waul it for ita iter! (. MONUMENTS, TOMB ANS) GRAVE iculty seems to be the possibility purchased in 1880 by an euormou? kmsville this week to investigate ricH nod skeiche and gtasral laforKtv of controlling the pass of water corruption fund; that United the STONES. the condition of th insane asylum FrrsIJcntlnl Npccnlntlons. tian, furuisliinfcn liberal kducMiom. I y none. Call aud examine tl e peer of the highest. Excelled Evkbtdout waats it bacauie tier la located there. A man who had Under tho new apportionment as indicated, and if thin could be States Judgeships had been sold received a fine lot of HAVING Italian Marble, I an pre- no hutwr paper and ao cheaper paper la done (as scientific engineers say in advance for $100,000 in cash by Diamond Machine. been discharged from the cmplsy at the next tba south, aud it can pe to von quiiktr pared to fill all orders. Call and examin of the asylum preferred charges bill, the various States electoral it could be) then the finest body the Republican candidate for with the latest news thfin anjr othr r, election will have 401 ur work of alluvial land on the globe would President; that a Cabinet position against the management which if votet, and 201 will bo necessary be reclaimed and the Mississippi Orders from the country promptly Southernyour post office la In Tesacisto, wore evidently instigated by Kentucky, Alaliama or Oeargltv. had been pledged to a New York miy'ifl of a President. river become the greatest spite, and which he was not able to the choice Democrats water banker as his reward for raising TEEMSi secure to sustain. His statement was Now can the Daily Amsriean, 1 year . . . $1 00 these 201 votes f That is the highway for the commerce of the the Indiana corruption fund, and completely overwhelmed by the world. " " W bad out. that the election in - Except Sunday 10 Oft 1 Weekly To eliminate iho truth should be been purchased in New York y6ar P 1 testimony for the defense. The point to be ciphered English,four the WelljHancock and " TS 6raBth9 . m the object of discussion, and the by a "golden stream same Stecommittee will doubtless report years u irom ago, carried tho following writer hopes what he 2slas . . ur. a j,i:n offers will phenson's bank." It was known that there is nothing to complain States and votes: An extra copy stat free wilk eTiTy elV H. O. be received for what it is worth. of in the conduct of the asylum. that tho present President lifld of tea Bubaeribara. Addrcil. 10 Ne'ad....." Alabama.. 3 A. J. Martin. (DAVIS OLD STAND.) boasted that lndiaua had been C New Jersey THB AMtRICAW, 9 MflDICWES, FAINS Af The most indifferent observer ArkauKas 5 Nor;h Carolina. 10 NasliTill., Tils, carried by "soap." These aro he iauiorma 4Ukindsof can not fail to see that the Old EMawnrc 3 South Carolina ... 7 "Representative Sprinser, last worst crimes that could be com. "ft Tickot i looming up for tho Chi .T.unefice-...12 OJomlsiy, introducod for roforeuoo mitted against STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES i a .rapublican . gov 11 Texas ... 8' iviSF-- cago Democratic nomination. Georgia H JEZL J&SXlja. JEE9 m the Houbc tlie proposed consti- eminent. They strike at its verv 12 Virginia ..11 Even the Now York Sun, which .Keuincky s usually kept in a luse, at bot" m.iking the existence; yet tho Democratic 8 Vc6t Virginia . ... 5 tutional amendment fiouiMana... 1uj torn price. declared that Mr. Tilden Maryland --&L S Presidential term six years and CO 21 T 0 U Nh D1 of the House has remained SST ritESCR IPTfONS CARhJi.'.J couldn't, wouldn't and shouldn't Mississippi. .155 rendering a President ineligible three months Total inactive, and has FANcy CANDIES, TEAS, be the Democratic nominee, Missouri.... 15 to the next succeeding made no attempt to investigate, XINCE-MEAiUIA T, shows au inclination to support Butuuder the new apportion- term. It provides for a direct these infamous crimes. CRANEEKiES, I1021INT, OUIIX tho Old Ticket. vote for President in cacli ment, tho above States gained President Gariiold's AttoruW-Genera- l Waiving all questions of expe following additional votes, viz:the and abolishes the Electoral State ColTHE CHEAT has stated that he left tho dioncy, "we believe the Old Ticket 3 3C C HET 0 IK m lege. Each State shall have a Cabinet after Garfield's murder Arkansas It South CarolinaThrough Frunk would throw into tho shade Tariff California. 2! Texas number of votes equal in number because Arthur and his advisers nd cognate questions in regard Georgia 1 Virginia. ; to its Representatives and Sena- were in sympathy with public robSugar, Coffees, Soaps, &c. 1 West Virginia... to which Democrats aro divided, Kentucky tors in Congress, to be given each bers. President Garfield's Post1 Missouri and makeihe result turn on the in proportion to the to master General has said that Gar"WiUnotbe uuderaold. 17 candidate 1 Total question of reform in tho adminis- Misipippi " "1 pay full pr;ce for Butter, Eggs, be tal vote cast tor each. The term field was probably murdered beN4orth Carolina......! tration of the Government, in reNow add those 17 votes to the of Representatives in Congress is cause of his prosecution of the gard to which Democrats are uniTHE BARTER GROCLKY- 155 carried by Hancock and Eng- fixed at three years, aud Congress Star route thieves. ted. "Do not these incidental revela-tion- s lish four years ago, and it gives shall meet each year on tho first AXD provo PATENT Mr. Vaudcrbilt 6aid to a report- - the Democrats 172 votes out of Wednesday in January, the first iiiYPRtifn.tii-iiio?- J the duty of searchnW "'TJ. JL MOJJTGOJIERY, arnonn.,'' - er in New York tho other day: UI the 201 required to elect the Pres session to convene in the January Ce to hia V frirmli r.n.l iht rviil.li. trot elecsucceeding the November vilncct Gnangs and wiiSi Spesd BaritsW Pfcned a new and fresh a.u rly of believe I am the richest man in ident. But thev still bint 50 votes tion. This amendment, if passed, bu At the White House nearly every of Family Groceries, wln-to succeed, even if they carry ".'""ds t.. the world. In England tho Duke S1KJ3TEST AND QUICKEST EIMJTS would obviate ninny difficulties important newspaper 'ow as tha lowest. Fe "" rca ' 7 rca i3eaf.Li, Jlilan, tnd Humboldt to the f Westminster is said to be every one of the above named that now beset Congress and the States is taken and in the United uj " ail times to eichane Groccru-at read. A great worth &'(KI,0(10I000. but it is most- States. prices for Dmttr, Egp, Chickea. or ch kind of many papers are sent with the com- Whero then are those 29 votes whole country. anj ly in land and houses. It does marketing that the fs.rrr.ti pumcnis ot the publishers, ancT f'h e r,cu.raay bring in. The high ejt mar' not yield him two per cent. A to como from? The Democrats Without Chase from ket price awnjs paid. cars abore ettiaa to Loois. ' A Georgia couple have lately President subscribes for a larg vear from now I shall be worth will more than likely carry Indiana ' Title. and cul one oban.-rt erir.ciral J. M. MONTGOMERY TRO. inoro than $200,000,000 and will and Connecticut, but still their married who have boon lovers for number. From old habit he roM NORTHERN AND EASTERN OTIEaL an income equal to G per combined vote is not enough to over fortv years. They were on- - the Now York papers thnmgh each TOILET KRTICLES have cent, on that amount." Ho owns ciee-ixo reiv nnnn riirrviner fraced when young, but owing to morning, and glances through THREE TRAINS DAILY uyth!sliD,malins 930,840 shares of railway stock, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa! or Wiscon- - estranginents their marriage was city papers, but for dealing wtth he &c-; ;25cts Lower than tlia Lowest' 2fD2SC03aBCTI01ia AKD QDICXE6T XQEB ' &c' &c &c.. &c, &c. the valned at $83,750,000, his railway sin, is fallacious aud idle They broken off repeatedly, until lately, great massof daily newspapers theVe bonds amount to $20,857,420, he will all vote tho Republican tick- - when tho bride was about to cel-o- t. is a clerk especially detailed to f I ha?e no cjerk oxpensss no store ron I6bk The oulv honp i, holds $70,5S0,000 in Government is to cbrate her sixtieth birthday, they them through, and clip fiHl at any hour, day or night. Bins night? bell after 10 oJc!oifc homes cti the ch for all ray Grocerier, " PRJJRQfiMTC Una of thtaroadwUl out all news LlTJlUnMR IO 3e8fr therefore can Sll .a rhpnn no lU.K.nn. and a trifle of $5,000,000 in other carry 2few York, with u m votes, were united P.M. receive special low rates. relating to' the President adKis 'tit. iBeat hrumU nf Wiiim.n. - nnA i , ,. Seo Afrnt or this Cooirsny far rate, roetaa securities the aggregate wealth which will givo the. Democrats n- . . . ltnrteJfl them for his!fij w 4c.,orflte C P. ATHORt, G. P.4T.A. ii:uurt rr- - VP - cents cliertner ihnn ilc of this Midas being 201,332,413. 208 votes, or 7 overtlio nnmbcr Roscoe Coukling says tho next policy, and arrange ' LoultvlHe, Kj. . WHS WITTING. amntinn necessary to elect, 'tx-rolls on. And tho snow-bal- l President will be a Democrat, ,fe - S ;... - ae hnVPTllOT The IIvIhIoii f tin Plnori Waiorn of! lino &iiiAlp;lSuc,Kthlct:. One of the largest robbcrieeihqt :.,.. . , nrov Louis was perpetrated last U on the PacifiR V.umaa nWOek " Uobbcrry lit k . 1 ....:, in 11 .- - . ,. w..immtm'mi:mjijiiMx.it e-r7 - Mmjl.MJill.fl.ki.mJl-XIT- ln. 1884 A LECTURE TO Y0DNG MEN FOR .. . " .i ! ar--1- -''? " 'ixliK-Klb- the-ofllup- ," - ... u- - stat wrm tott. .!' . 1 A hr-p4- y, t&-Tt- h - -- u J. JJD IO EEOWH by-go- ne n Prolciional i, e-- s, Vice-Preside- nt r'T"i deIJ ....... vr' Lwt l.: i- f !- Vice-Presidenc- y llesgladliAAaaaMSfi 4 Faris Parker, s Bondurant Br er SoHth-wesler- SP-PLIE- "3 Attorneys at 78 - n SugMeito n. sl ,! j ,i mm, w .... 0 bo-twee- n dmL mw GROOBEIE ITi-rS-I. -- !- y? 'ii TH J3$ZlDh N. BEER SALOON H. F. FETHE, lime-JQtfi- va jjx mm a . OsCM Wsm sl U xo THE AMERICAN, and g HHEA tto-urap- Femi-tropic- al jo. js. s: , e po-ir- w re-pealt- pfc-pe- THE OLD EELIABLE CHAS. A. MO; -- mamily Grocery ... MOT, .Jffljj; wmwn, JUDGE. "ma-jorit- first-clas- y A n - J. W. GOWGILL. DEALEE IN line DRUGS, MEQICINESinraVHW ISB' K fea&S Sgi Trusses "'" ; a . oi:ic NORTH & EAST mmm Groceries. i , .- ,r..... ' (