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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 hic1884032101 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. Wnl t , THE w HICKMAN COURIER. -. tlW,B?'rrr,Mwi()J FinrJ'obrPrirmg EXECUTED PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, i-rrmA- ' - 'By GEORGE; WARREN, Hickman, 'Ky. Wf - ,4 -t ' I " FHCE-HelBze r ' t . i ' 1 . i .t . -- Bulldlnr, Cllntoa Stl .4 r , f. . r -- - mt I At r ' B --- 'J U HICKMAN too-? tj 1 ,J CKT &m -' v.. J I y ro i --li t r 7 ' "t-- Ji OEORGE WARREN. 'Editor. ' ci.. t j : " . r . COURIE 3,J E2n ? 4 . SU 'utts-f. With Neatness and Dispatch. ' , .' P.K . .E t i TIic OUlesit ; jV CAVHpappiyin Western 35 W<?: 0. a jjf, BrJVELOPES, ." Pl' BIICS. J 4 - t Vt LETTER-HEAD- S, lIHTT.TJ-TT-RA,n- rc.5xitn.clcv. fVIlJ ETC tmrt-- Me. of subsoription,- $g.j,-- ESTABLISHED $ GTSgLlWSKXR . Spring AYoollen PULTON-COUNTY- , KEN'JTOCK Y, FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 1884. Y0L.'JP-N- 25. o.a.xux jfwr(rz oxass tr I tl r Lm. !'l r rr Good. ' thing - through, them, that looked lika Turkish Women's Views of Polygamy. Qiieef aiife in Australia. IIIE 1)AIRr-Some Reminiscences of Arteiuus Wftfd. SCHOOL AND 'GIIURCIIMI w black hair. Thc-ncvool for spring drosse - jA Canadian dairyman suggests that j, There aro those who sav that tho We hakbeea witnessing strange Vl,weiit.ajlJttlejicarer ap(Uookcd jThe .wealth of KomapCathplic reTurning tho leaves of a vcncraMe revive Fartfa two mcsi;tii;ers fpod. grandmotheri women of the Bast are satisfied with cheese boxes .should be made of pulp, scrap-boolitfte barker, juil.wlPA' off .with jy capi both tjio stlcV of ourhll5 find -- tLt the bcUs bo sot the other day, I came upon phenomeJMJfe region. The, blue ligious orders in Frlane'e'iircrcasKd fa m tlin poMjnray aud do not understand tho tlie Same as mmir nnila hrrola oti in tlitilr soffrfadnd ffv V.' wiiu iirmtv, in cnime ana KngtnR 'yearsfrbm S,ii00,-00- 0 one of ths programmes that Art em us win whicH ijwppr jswhen we were the last thirty-fiv- e i aauvunjitromui, anuHU0ut f jjufint design .wjught- - unpuhem, or,Vl injustice of A fair maiden is tow ol: . it Tp,beliee tjiis one must fts incy would stand more hard usage to S142,50j.2v0. .. -- 3 ,0-r- t !'-- lUurrah for that Ibreo dollars' artl used to furnish to those who A- voyaging' JJJ?""?' Honolulu and Ausk; rather woven there, in f!no H gaJ' w,t a 9 e11 and moaainir, . '3 uo and he practically air tight, and so less ttended his not 'yo'urs; StuiroV Tlunimo?!" the A fairiaden lieth .ea't 170 .colleges, of tbjscountry Jen lecture "Among tbe Mor- laiid seemsfSipond with the green sampler Pitches. The cross stitches of tho ignoranj. soul ouiy ot If itKast, uutoi. gbniikage and damage, By tnlschanco the stiintd Servants unman: itself. were true, to cheese than mons." Docs anybody know what jj sun seoa swt essamo time by voj'a-ger- s there are 3S"MrJ ?s fullentsr Of this called. 'Lo boss, co bOiS, co' boss! tapestries anU the beaded work done a AVont thor were bado; -that would not lrippeu which docs hap- in elm boxes. on',lf?lnd,'i.0co!in. Come, BIaeke, come" Ever since number 14,000 are cTiuYclft'rooMbors, of the padorama upon which ho But each whorojvasH'ntlhootbcr. pen -- viz.. that thiTO i 5iareilv am' , rH?o authorities of tho IoWn Onesaldi "UHijrthb bells riKhtKladT then,atnjr1od3,ithejxtraQrdinary 1,400 bavijTg joined during the past "Buf heJdtiijil wo'uldnltir. I .cenyry Agri- - held "forth? ' It went with him to iwomen brt Turki-lifglfollowed pickpM'Uptsora&'littio stone-am- l accepting the hand S low hied "Tnachinfrj1 "'inlioth "silks rorablfai.,, Sald'tho of her: IP11 Vft1'10 make "ic following been b'ut'sinSo- his death has never sunsets W? s."scts hasAustralia tlfa tollogiate year? 'Chicago 'JaiZmhl. nd wwek on ui ;i man, uoes not iu.iki: ii a conimiou clftsjificrtUfln 01 the relative Values in, ,Jnt tho roug up. em at Mr to, iurrj- hqr 2'Kocthe dead ate heard of. Here is the programme: of I i So it chanced rinu slow and sad." .ul fc ihe,prcfpartionjO&; church ,nem-ber- s bison"hlbths. 'tlm uiat he sliall not marry again during various'. that at tho bridal. want to 'lo'Urap btttr IHlid jant UP 'moqth said 6 ha HeR always splendid but "; foods m milk producers, ' . to the population i thT uiejisuro AlLUirnod jale to hear the bell; :dbatrc. wpolThnU'on'niany her lifetimo. there would not bo so nvp nor nnn p ror ivir pimRl Puolooce UyArteniusWard. the me'flwologfcw here have nU of religion in a cOmmnhitvH then is to tho National btoelctnam .Jo the zhnloine weddaur chimlnsr, , one eUe mightgetvnin mr of rae if OUUlWj to introduce the subject, but really'tojdvetho labnc., 3Iid tho tirce dicordantleU: ahead -Ileff figures a e most used Small'- detaofieU ;man w"I"i3s returning to Uieir families Cora, per ono hundred pounds, filly KocomplUhed cranklst tlmo to unroll tho first hitherto oervrtbae afterglows any Richmond, Viu, One" of the nibstlpious for Ihe sunXen because' "their fnWmnds hae failed in retlts; Tint tho ai4Hhettrinff.whlprl: ' iiur auu iiieu caiuu uuck. i iionqrou to crovs st tohi s. fift.v- more tba-tncaptains havo ob- citiitsin the country,, more. tliai,third picture. ;ita thcusiiimcs ami In the knells, while the raided lxjuele this promise, and the Turkish proverb A'- - oats. t,ixtv cents: barlev. 4 her find kept on throwing, butstill she IX. sqns. One night of its inhabitants being enrolIed.as?com-mnnicant- s served W cents; wheat, sixty five cents; ift, more than man could tench ye. TukSteavsiiip ligujes art; larger arabesques, birds and Would not be in existence w Inch says: at Sni. Outon tho jWlilch 1 io'cs westward Did vou speak O bells'" btnlge an h "float brae, seventy cents; j T TvouldnJt I'thonght moh.slide , uriny The sea Annx PassnRtirs unable to at &U K e evangeliin the of howers. The backcrounds A house wth fOur women is like a ship ?1. IK clover " , J 1, 'MlUteCil'Omeriu.tiTXticGontinent remain itiMdo their ptuteroom? or oiltsldp over thCjSJjit wjgtfvy the afterglow as"Then down tie bnunJics designs, I'd bay, eighty cents; ' i for these which aro dhne in gay in a tempost Even if she is adored by Gftyftcnts; potatoes ton cents. timothj-tuolr victuals. An immen-- e sea serpent 1n sume thclJft'Jlrni of an aurora, with cal churches of the 1 ityv &fpmcs. gctJ was in jid0ifc our sleep. lAtnA ho' N.B. Mrs. Joseph Cooke, ofrBpstnn, adof gray, brown, hhr husband the Eastarn women can J ,' 'aJiead oft bq follow bhtj. horout. andtried 'colors, aresofci-hadoTOM'S I1EY0LYER. of pink 1 her'Jinit tlnve shooting swW'P'stetfng-fcoluranTlio estimated value of Canada's Ihe noels now in Artemus VVard a Diue or old red, with the greater numIsthmus tyit curso polygamy, which pbl'ges her exports' of butter and alrooaodurmg tho v ith old of rannma. Intereftinj? interview light. TlW .'f&ttle doubt here that dressing tha Women's Board of e fjne parlor, of the Panama hlmseir, who makes all the up j rollinsr down a lot of stones and vrnvnl ber in the new ec ru .Church, jt whToh are to live with the sword of Damocles . lieaTL fo see it 'these plMftn3?9i are connoetcd Avifh rccontly, the Congregational jeaSf 1HX3 is $7,50D,WiV boing tho hats. Pan, it a likely sort of u man. ' now called; SuU, like tlie tolor so above her head. the JMame mountains liau fitvt almost tover hor spoke of the lackbf 7imonj Ol'd It is impos- lirnttt nniounts o dairv produfsts over i trenKJMO'Bfelcanio convulsion in- n .start her, butyit dldn t. that enoiifjh touches- - of quiet good taste that would popular for gloves, Pan imi like tho sible th.it she should not fotd tho in- ) . cated female missionaries? for India aud .'IIX. ... m self down. I besran about it to make us wonder at Nght of So"15uf i(!lt.slUlinjr lfeafdvu".rrowU5r,irtJ tin ts Qi.s.t rajy . unjaAmchmiipw nonsj iustlcofof 'guqlvajlaw. jsho kuows that th'enH nhiTthlnfrs'ih" El" Dorndc TboChlhewj' eixiiy ml; -- tha plnkishsbnnvhs IrfSpSsIflliull a common f or miisjtp vvriuo. (when 'horliuband introduces a rival bottle which easily tn persuaded that bf infidvlsaH mnctft&d seven Celestial made Ssj3rboxes, an increase of 178.G16 Drama Lighttwo acts; by Comedy, in frontle-ma- n region migKtaro nornul, so abnormal iaiv uiLies ui iiiuiu, unu tut- - inissiuu- occupied a conspicuous place oatho a jrrowl as no mortar cow";ven aeh Onira part of "thuidresCis mado of these kintp her hqmo hej is but putting into over the virev ious year. a Chinoso hundrod'nnd the sunsets a figured stuffs, and the preference Thee;iorts of corner what-no-t; of this city. Good quarters to be found seem some of the ariedhave to cert thomsflvos jo'coun-terafurther honored J by a veTrrinr(5wr'""An(l"tirefCireL'an is for prauuee. mo rigm. 10 mm wy mu butter anountod to 100,170 pnekares, hrc population, fond of hiih-loworsted mat under it and a small' bou- scratching o gravel jind Micl(Kserab-- confining tho figures to the lower skirt, law of the Prophet.giyen in their injurious .tendencies. Playful But Jack The moon is seen so clearly that every up miu Boston Herald. quet of dried grasses stuck into its oiing up'iuai oauKiuixeu scrfmbled whi h is severely plain, aud to the vet, of her soul she feels that there is a more anincreiue of ,179 over - lb3. This and homicide. mark on it is often i isiblo to tqe naked growls all tho timOEat I showing iidicates. a healthy- growth in mouth. comwhich The Indies of Pajermo, IV. ' eye. Tho presence of a new firmament lAjself tip prtfy'livtJy'ad started and basque. is the only trimming for thos ancient and sacred law which tho agViciUit ral intoreste of tho DoVihfliNlA. CiTr. A wild place, fiame ".Yes. that's mothers whim she will howaver,. there are many vana-tionand au minion. is very impres- menced last summer to niakeajniilt to hb,jict as traitorous abundant: principally Faro and Illtiir Shvt4 and new constellations at) have it there," said the oldest danglw run, I teJL'you. .,i t t 'W5cooff, to this rule, anil tho use of 's inp prevalent In consequence. Krery man sive, and even ono not much given to raise money tor,etpjiirthefr''clrurch. The abuse of power; that the tie between I "WheVItot 'a little Tho Bury says, or said, that quilt was composed, of twentv wheels. ter, who was a teaclior, now home for and short lengths for combination them is undone: that her life is ruined; carries a revolver and ever- - other man two. g is likely to discovertbathe !he top dre-seadd is a moat elfective anti- .Silver mines The treaure cnrelully tcuartl-cd- . s the long summer vacation,, during which looled back, and justf getting to to got may still.be rcortcd to.; Other that he has the right of robojjion. had grown more familiar than he had Twenty ladies had'each each proprietor keeping a silvor vvatcu. of the Tmuk "was J(Md Ulackybut it fabrics Mr wh'at and may be septic and time two or three of us city residents Persons , paying fifty theFronch manufactusuppo5edwlth the heavens under which subscriptions. The Turlfish woman smikito x. w ero fortunator enough to find ac; wasn't a black cow'. 'Ir&'as a,black rer-, la' el grand'mere dresses cojjy to women in order to leani from produced b; burning sulphur upon live The Onr.AT "Desbiit. .V dreary wasto o' he was Born. The Australian earth, cents had their names on the fiub. Per bear, sure" s. yon liveli' 'commodatious as boarders. perfection injheir weaing the stituhos them something of the splondors coals upon"i shovel or a bed of coals stnd a perfoctl sliamaful waste, in fact too, presents a strange appearance. sons paying ten1 cents had their""namas Tonl paned a momenttQ enjoy the of rfittltingin th'S ouilftltt ' was examining I had taken d skirtsthaf and airilfeefuents Ptjlfoir world, but it earned- intoa stable with perfect safety. They ought to savo iuVI. Between' Melbourne and Sidney one on the spokes. The. ladle? Inthjs way have raised pver?lUOaiid,tlietfiuilt has the bottle, with a view to nindmjr out little ripple of astonishment and dismay formed the 16wr skirts' ofdrosses- in fenotdnlvthe.vnroedwind feverish life It will als be found an excellent Bihd's-Eyi- : op Orbit Salt TaKi travels nearly a day amid gnm trees, "View if it had about it any unseen beauties which came in just hero. ran.'wBut it olden times. A small flower or leaf, dots ofthegavety that attracts them: mora uiethpi,l for feeing dairy rooms and A rather prottj- picture, with some cv whose trunks, according to one's mqod, been put together w'ith thenamesof tho "You'd better believe I the.spores of mildew, which CItv. serious uebcriptivo iuik. or star , may then bo printed all through often it is the domestic life, tho littla or virtues which might seem to entitle tirely may appear silvery or blanched in subscribers 6n i& BntfultrKxnr&$. Morj Among the adherent oftlie VII. to such distinction. But no It was was hard work up hill, and rouh, too. J tbe uuiltod doSirrn. und this antiouated- - Lworldyof an.JiurQpeapfamUy, tjio cicala have,a ely njurious' effect upon tho it are indeed "dead, Manv niHliand upnl butter or Cheese made xfAis West SinE.Thls Iwing a death. bvthj? of them i girdled surely nothing more than just such a x iiuniuit'u yviTiogs :inu.,i iuiu(jvii looking fabric will form fhofiill found oi irienus, uie The bush has mon Church, in Utah are s0K)0 of siuryuujueu farmers. is natural It Streot. one as might bo served to you at any through busjies, anuhe trgtting after s.kirt of a costume that has a basque aud children. tlfbfhoIioTrolwand' TrolOved wiui froiif' milk- - lliat has been oxpftsed to viovrof Mainwest sidowestbldo, Street. bcandlnavian v lew of the of Main old a desolati look. In the gray morning special effort and Lutheran nock. A me alllhe limema'd, I supposs, wsth iuo-- t oddly bunched up draperies of a f, from constant theril? irbcing made to restoro drugstore, filled with anything in the was seen claspVIII. age. the sanctuary full of memories, ot a large 'native bear" these tpores it might be useful drug line, from unpretending camphor flhe pumme,ling and stirring upTU given .Tha Prcsby Main Stuebt, East Sidk. The Salt La,o ing a telegraph pole as our train passed. them to Christianity. confidence, of tenderness, that tan Lots to the most carefully elaborated pro nun, growling iikc a young l 'fTUtfliko' figured inTfl5Ttlre,"urfiQn-f1of bears for. terians are working through Norvvegian ' twojiersons good U njako .a practice ,of fijjii"ating House. fact. of suit in thlo bouso salt Knowing tho passion Nyhile. ' A temperance hotol nothing In evangelists. Tho Mc'nOUists 'have apdiges; occasionally, especially af tor a fcription. which "Soon I began to feel how tired njy gojjo!4horerejj(nnSyjatroSvvools oven withoffyfliQ pa&sion JSf lovo; t(T bad damp spell yf vvpathfer during the stronger sold than butter, there. was ratber honey Ibelicvea it was a cub deluded pointed a Norwegian missionaryrto Sail strength-wheof the lightest quality, noTTica ierTlntn vvhicTiiv? turn eTeTT afWTlong life of Guests ure by the A. W was "She calls it Tom's revolver, renoises into tho belief how-i- t v ' humming made requested to turn off the candles before reseason Lake, whe-- ho has veiling or bunting, jet woven Aith marked another member of the family; walk hadbo with me, .and 10 wonder tiring at night. Washing not allowed in that a swarm of bees was near. "My edifice and opened erected, a jchurch me if I got elear,tired threads acroas that give repped e"ects; aberration and faults, in which, ojen s.umnicr lirri7vin would The a school. whereupon I set it down with a suddensays- It rooms. You must go out on the porch and theory was soon upset by discovering Iho out before the bear did, asseenTl very just the reverse of thesolV the fiUa'fil ajter the tempests pf youth aud tho is. a mtnmon fault With dairymen who wash with soap, though they call it ness wiich madaTom laugh. 5f tho pfeeutthe Iffifrt Uaiis is uo bear at all, Swedish Lutherans hare fcent''a minpang? that the "native bear" ister, who bas gathered wools with alternating threads of two U, there isn t anvthin'r about it likely. mak their Uutter to honostly beKevo IX. but a marsupial (Koala); however, it and a Danish Luthpran a congregation, "When I know I couldn't .bold out colors or of different thicknesses length-- refuge' andvpmfort, aaw promiso of' tlipvmuke as good bdttor as thocroam- clergyman will said. I've told another lots nowV he peace for later years, the beauty of a' The Alonstox Theater. Mormons- as fruit, and possibly honey. This will soon conimencc op,eratiohV' loves sCBen the fa! ric. Both thce of times I'd spend every cent l'vogot much logger I madeora tree and Effects of thoDraninontholrnnia-ners- . animal ba3 only a rudimentary tail; its fancy dairymop, and that tho -i serene sunset seen from the depths 6f !enis.or " ." etc It accounts for the way they a 't. . ver Tribune' and' buy her the handsomestvase. down ftitnbeil up itjuiiiker'tf I cverlim' a ; !liaur,M piiL-- is 'juvuiiieu njore-qSofedatkaUeyf'-'calling- a certain, place toe thumb and second linger are, pjiposed Also, for their i clptbs, aro oflight woightl and aro al- One .of the jnyjjt interjting and to Pineville, if she'd let moismaslutliat 1tree before or since. Btitk tliere fs ont great thing to be sharp practice in elug it than tho roal "Bottomless I'arqueUo." to the other lingers, and the innermost valuable "Then Irricd to catclrniv breath and most as as musliu. A OTeat I sjiidibr tliQ.OQPifort pf tho-- e w ho lament excellence of the make.' fTff!s we xr. old bottle against the stone wall, but think features qf the .fohn Tlopkins toe is opposable likfl a thumb. u bit. -- I vvasi'gladtotbf out of! many btriped gobdi-aro- . UrudiiAM Young's she won't." a mistake. As a rule that most interesting placesJUkem. Qne of the shown boUin Nhe -- fate df the Turkish woman: it is of call- University library r'is'thc newspaper This wav the Australians have in Utah, especial! to of I "Tell me what there has bicn Ahont reach ho the bear; butmnwondered how wide stripes of solid hue and in others that polygamy is dei Lning from day to i alSBstuhiv ershhtho. best butter gets Hrigham Young Tt o dwelling hAuses and a ing things by inappropriate names is bureau. A trained editor and ajsttiff of lonn .miflif. knn lm tfiat trefl that have the asistants,joad,alL the scliool houRO. In tho latter addition is Illusstripes in quaintly day. It bas always been considered ly tlie best price, and .the dairy man is it," I urged. "There s a story, isn t before any one came to look fore me, A inconvenient. Their "bear" is no bear, dailies. make trated, by Ilrighum's wlv es, and multiplication coutrasieu color'? or in two tones ot as tho Turks1 themselves Tatlfer as a? tolthere?" superior articles upon eryvsHic, in, iriisiing 10 uus entenon. his children. Tho pretty girls in Utuh their "whiting" (fish) is no whiting.' wanting tho single shade. Xoe, s seem to erated 'abuse tlianas a naturahrighof DoiaTbe satisfied w:ifh your own make by economic, political, fccfcial, educational, Tom was a big boy just at the and 1 thought of fatherbelieVe mostly marry Young. "cherry 'is no cherry, their Ally- legal and historical t subjcctsl Theso their jne, 1 prevail in these striped stuffs, aud also "gawky age," his sister had confiden- - medicine, and if vou'll untilyb" nct as good" irice XII. ing fox" only a big bat. It used to bo thought, 'too, about that blamed old in the chocks, bracks and plaids (hat aro man. ilahomet aid, tljat man is tu bo bife vflfd labors under thea same as any llEnnr.R C Kimb t.Vs II incM. Mr Kimball proverbially reported that "Australia are afterwanl olippedn, arranged in disadinformed me but was neither cow tiallv -praised who has nut a &nlo and the three- - dollars I wasn't shown in Jmc',woD3s;pjherwie the prefhas a great many wives, who aro very dear to enas too many uncouth nor although he himself had several: and vantages that you do iu rein tion to him, inuch more expensive than aleds num- is a, place where the oystere grow on newspaper "Budgets, kpt 'fn large aro f velopes or oblong boV"e3wfiich farmers' boys think it the thing to be going to get for finding her,, think, vou erence is for the new eeni tints that al- those who wish to set an evampV of yourjmarkot. bo; he Is one of themOt numerous ber would But it take long t'th. lot. Wo do Mormonesaes trees, the fences are made of mahogany at that rather indefinite period of life. know, for don't thought s to that before ways fiud favor in the spring. Cheviots honest and austere manners novor in The iliiry owes very little to science parents inKimball's Seventy six not Know how and cherries grow with theirstones out- marKod with labels. Tlje Hsgof I'd- share Mr includes, cveryth ng of ajfjic that come in all the striped and chocked deSo, without more than a reasonable many there in he got to the foot of the tree, and it was signs, and in the illuminated and Vene- fact marry but one wife. lie who bus but very mutih to praetico, says an ex- ought a'cres there aro themthis lot. but lot of side." There is no real mahogany in finds its wav idto the columns of tho for such a bo a lot of to amount ot coaxinff anil encourajnnjr more than one. is not openly blamed, change Science seems, to Ifevo bungled country, so far as I can learn, ex- press. mo Bulletin boards snro covered from the others, and thd modest dis' a mighty little while, too; and when be tian mixtures of color that havo no set but neither is he approved. The Turks Aerynuich ui regard tojflife many ques- wivos, woo, snoum ine imum iuu Lake Clty the it hasbeen imported; the cept Lot's wifo, will inako Sidt did net "there, he w alked 'round it, and pattern. What is called Jorsoy albatross claimers proper from a boy who iigur.es being are few who sustain polypuivy, and still tions In dairying upon winch light, is salt indeed. Onone tenderly condoled w 1th cherry is a kind of cypress, and the only daily with the best clippings from tho of his wives Mr. Kimball latest papers, arranged under'the leadas his own hero in his own ston , Tom rsmelled a little, aud the first thinsll is a sheer wool bunting woven iiuelastic fowor those who approvo it in their desirable, ntulthe p recent rapid advance on tho death of knew, he was clawing away at the w'eb1)inltTeUersoy mblhsV New plaids never mind. I've got plenty raoro truth about the oyster is that aboutsome ing heads of current said. .began: harbor oysters cover everything close hark, and climbing up after mercrc. for children's drecs hno their bars hearts. GonstaMinopk by Edmomlo in the dairy industry seems to be wholly of "om at homo." rress. t ' "It was in early spring' V-- j n due to the shrewd and sensible xiir. to the water, including occasionally "Then I.began to think 'harder than crossing m squires that are woven in de Amtri. groat Mor"Yes, indeed'Ibroke in. his mother, fcver." TABhRXA Tnnmeeting-hous- CLE. This is the who make use of their comand fallen trunks of trees. (MiserI'd The Elders and Young-or- a POGEST PAItAHRliMIS. with a shake of the head. "Throe days tree, with read of a boy who was' up a Greek ke pattci ns, and these "'how-od, , tBctting on a Sure Thing. mon sense and experience to, improve mon "preach" hero. A Ilrass Band Is at one able little bits of ojsters, of which it a. bear after him. and .lie ontrastsot color, surK" as Sue''o(lwTOi after that dreadful 'fall fatKer had from s re'. Jimb-jfhcrend of the building arfd the Pulpit at tho would take dozen to fill a tablespoon.) ' "Heap year is- a good'time to engrave "Do j'ou sco thaBraan ahead of us?" thuir, metbodsf , Indeed, so far, in shrimp pink, qTfJray,with reeda, gray t. Is onds. The Such a sight, as fiisarm 'Cliniouton some weakthe the bar had sene enoujrh to know he w.t'i Suede, orpnreolajn blue with bnff. inquired a gentleman of a reporter as gard to some .Questions in the dairy, other Thus there byBrass at both In tho mid- More wonderful is tbe little "hand-fish,- " indclihlv ifudn the bearts of the young themselves. Mormon sitters sit Swollen" I never did sea! twenty-eight- h practice is wholly opposed to ho opin- - dle of tho houoe. Hows by any other name which limbiup on the beach sand, -inr m Liurtnrn 0h3"T)fr3ClentlfloiiensillmttliMllo,8flv Casjtmeros dreibro,largol3- - imp pried thn .TWn.UflltnM-tnrri- if , "Friday, the day of couldn't go, and he kept the pooiiiiUo "V-wouldn't bo ns "pTops'ItSeiron chap there, growling at him (I raevi than alanj-- previous season, and in btreou tie pointou to a iiauusomcLy mon who do their dairy work in a XV. last March, four year." put in father. the bo3'). till some one came and shot d one as pertlv as a sparrow. express. ,. M fine, soft and' light qualities. dressed old man with an attractive face, body of at "And. the doctor," went on Tom, The laboratory, perhaps, but mostly water GnEAT Salt Like. Curious contain a devil" is a good deal of a humhim (shot the bear, I mean.) B.ut this Three-- colors most soon in these are keen, black Tliere is a species of lizard, we aro Analymtlon proves it to olosoly cropped and "had been here and left prescriptions for dein tho former. largo number of old ealts. Xo fish oqn llvo in bug. tooAt Auckland I heard him told, which can throw off its tail at The limbs and something father'd got to have-- just as wasn't that kind of a tree. bea'rcould Suede, ky blue, and cream white, gray whiskers, who came toward them. Professor Sheldon, tho English it except salt codfish, mackerelthere, red werestubby, and'IJcuejvithe though scribed as fierce, untamable, danger- pleasure in which respect the generous "Yes," 1 see him." the novel way of using them is to and There nro mermaids quick as we. cquld get 'cm. A'nll he are (his bones Inluus live 'rnont as . $ "Well, that mau is over fifty sears authority on dairy matters, says: "As the havo Salt Uheuras. Injuns seen on the ous, at SydneySouth Wales) only was little animal is like a practical writer put them under transparent embroiderthought the ddctor that if we (j)tild go"1 looked far as -I could he in the found in New bank or this lake Little usual, we follow the load of bur Ameridownfor boys' and girls' papers. IV. Y. Inget over to Einevilla it would bcjbptlcr, Td'have'iM'swung fo see what chanee ies on'fKhite net, representing laco. in old." "" '- fierce, but not often met with in Tas- dependent can rivals in these things. Cheese distanco tr undling their mystilf down," and the wjay silks and satiys havo hitherto "What oUt?" XVI. for they didn't havcveryJresh drugs got a new &iar& oi- mm; Nyantsthe chim-nev- s factories and creameries we have copied building mania; at'Melbourne he sank to "an The averagecitizen In this 1 will bet Tou out inciree been used. fAlt .garish luster is thus The Endowment Hoi-"Nothing, execpt-that- . down here at tho CuraersS but we have not run them on tho Mormon Is Instructed Into tho mysterious ugh little beast-J- ' in Tasmania it is in his house, plastered inside - and was aJall "So made up my mind Td go" Over ainderho-branc- one, and it was all stony doncjiway in fhee 'refined 'toilettes, that he isoiot fifty, and Iwillvvin"thtf fromyou, approaching the thoroughness rites and wronga of his faith. th,at the poor little nocturnal dut'fd'make' trfeihlifpnntrd yet he anv thing jvhere Iwa. If I which; have (lie- - entire skirt covered h XVII. the hills it' saves nearly half the wayi Houldgetasprainbr wood- The Desert Again. Handsomer than thp creature, is rare and timidi There is empties asho a hurt, itjvould withCbcru embrbidcrid net, which is "How canj'ou win if you take tho ,of America. In thq art of brepdlng only four miles ,gping aid 'Joup. jbacjL rbliinll up with jattle for beef wp tiiav rdgard ourselves Jlrstvicw. It doesn't "howl" as muoh. In- " one creature of whose allegedhabits I onlyschance itself made into a skirtjof what is called wrong side, according to lown W(mc ahead'" "Mcthlnkxl seenwar-whoopl- had heard' with somo skppticism tho Lq.iIb. on tho TdThave to walk'bul 'didn't mmd was of y'oli, but Kou, aro dians water in case of .fire. Betroii to keep out wav theabest I " that..forIknev it would be about as coitTd,'Trpnt'mv of his into mv poutet piece laoe, or else tho front anujidc; "'But I do notttake tho wrong side. 'ctftially 111 adMance'orusin breeding for Lecturer?" Hal rodmen, ," Would' st ailp a eround parrot of New Zealand. On in- - r s " Prr;. TlicyvoUId'st. r$. -, Kri. hand or artths onlynre covered with tins nejt round on horteback, for hard o ANSWRHS- TO COHBESrONPENT.S. ; qmry t found the worsf reports .louut " r. !railk. 'You romo id us For cattle, and Texas man the " there'd beenj, a thaw, ,andl tKef I8i'a- - tg geLouUny,kmfe, for I wapn' JJQing woven to reprtsUmaiiv rows ofSjacei TTRt:ft.. .!. Saccbnrlssn "I Jiave " a then you define and develop thefts m'rlk-ui- f- 'I go't" If you want a no home; 'whore, shall it confirmed. This parrot builds its nest 'dcath'of jin,unclelin fNtiWjjjYprk. Ho Sweet Home," roads were'sb slumiiVfolkscoulil hardlv ito letJuni;getthp bjSeroJme vUnout The desirns ?arosun!lar to thosfe'vf' ifPl,nt- ,a o rrtrtlninali pn tile ground,' add since the introduc- dramc tiecpiy amiWf nt mrougn tne nropqrtios to a degree wbich'bewilyou" had better go on a sugar plantation a iusie. laftern 'marked the renorter. Oriental lacesjjandmuch &? gettbrough'at.all. been building Laura "Then, --what do you guess I felt? is done in darker ecnihrc.tutJtlja tho agree with vou there," said his" jJers ua not a llttlcf lfVv; men in theso- tendonev,Matilda.on "I havo an unfortunate tion of sheep.' has To 'obtain this, it property" in two ' months." While en"I MLliadn't. got more'than half-wa- v evon trivial of wool. thbcompletion-'o- f v'one of the island? have .taken notice of the milk- tears, flow can I prevent occasion, to shd nr.d 'vh;if. in vnn ..... Y thnucht? groundworfc ot the net. .. "But lti"i Lock up tho perclies on the sheep's back. For gome gaged-in rajlroad- - ho v.'. IV... iriio ..overwcnJmdf 'Sgnjrq Plumrajsr,- ." I felt thaUbQlthilot ammonia, Mand. figures and raised velvet The tapestry compamonlaughing equallvthathamtj. nolding capacities of then cows-f- " Texa.s shed. Why, reiceivcdnotice that blocks noted some ohl man and an attractive W nuntmg aitrounu, uttoavsjic to long Traveler. Whatever tendst to promote tho California?" "Hovr feet was Artemus ard in time the worst that was feared from this he had again fallen heir tins time to that chiirchAnd1 On s!lksfandonhison cloths areiamouga laccpmplicoyif half Jiis agp rake in at Five IJve. lost Old' Blacky, sure' I thought of could time in laiifjhiuWri-jKsmall thefts said help ltfhcueyfancic9 for calimoitgLhj;,'; icasi jiunurcu yoiiBrs injueis every 'comfort of the cow- tends to Increase her Speculator "Is petroleum trequcnl in parrot was such for some years of the 5,000. "Congratulate-nothing,- " crackvlrf i you. live!' now it the man, dismally, "it looks,Vry much out,Ta$ I .thought if I could onlv get it lihu mo ' vvedk byBans of thfit sTllv4fick. Thev vield of milk and toimpvovo its qual-ltv- . caves?" Xo; " but caves aro frequent , in golden llecce, but casiiiiierus, seivu VAnil pays I:j 1 1 y has taken to tearing through the sheep's as if there was some kind of a plot on on myself forskirts, while the waist and draperies travel through the country to work their Tho lirstuonsidcratiou, says Henry pctfoleuinl Toiflhat bear as I'dgot-!,. uules or this house. ".'.I.want to know, 'Sqnire!1 .. back and dragging out the liver, which to kill me off." Textts'Siftuigs. If all that man said vra$ are of plain casbinore- They pretend to bo total Stewart, for the farmer should' be to little game. Children In arms not admitted, if thdurms it devours. Irhas become a pest in loot . , : "AndvHvys he: As he nro loaded. "ne,r perhaps 'twould Nend him kitm The London Truth announces that ' npt ad- New Zealand since this rapid evolution Irish poplins, jhat have found favor strangers, but thc keep near ea,eh make his "animals comfortable. '"l'es, indeed, Tom. She's 'Jbeen (lown as good lis If Iicd' bet'n shot. , Children undoroneear jain w itkEnglLslLwolnOn, .re imported other, and the accomplice manager to knows how grateful on a cold morning mitted unless accompanied ofby forty per cent, of the cigftreWes sold in gone tlirce dajs, SheUthe, best cow I in English civilization. It is a largo the United States are smokcHiy ladies. "I poired"a Tot of it on m handker in qualities of ihetlhinT 'weight suiulIo get foolish j'oung men to bet on the age 'a cup of hot coflee is, to him let him or guardians. f cost-mhad blooded stock pretty, itsa sight o' T ilo not cent, of n that about ninety-zjie- r Ladies orgeiuiomon wiupioasc. report ilreses. Tliev wilL bo of the old follow in the way I havo ex- provide a warm bran slop; for his cow s. negligence or disobedience on tho part of any n.irrot. ishut. color ofthink it money, Tind I'm offering three dpllars chief, niQStall there was, looking out Ffdr iron rust. M. B.A We knew the breast the sold-itoTTeepa little back foiSfather, till more used here by those who prefer corded plained to follow it up with a gqnerous feed locturer. this country Some people will bet and tbo find her.1 to any one'll Conway, in Fhuadipnia limes . will ladies, and its a and meal. was eheweds-btried to keep and are to serve for anything, you know." Artemus Ward will not "I "told him I couldn't jro out of mv could beasent for. of I it mvself. butfrom ottomanre effects, with trimmings of vel on "How do tliev make tho dupes give of cut hay .tho full hiilkThe result tho mnnovi lowclrv. or other ho responsible for valuables, unless getting'- smell the the ent pail and be seen in fact that thpy .nrajfond of old dress, wav on accpunt of father, but I'd keep i a weok or So loft with him to bo returned in Willi an Eye' to Economy. U.l.. mi fOfinffA.L tbjek cream from the cows and the wind wjntled somQ.of it into Ill, luyv. i vi;u clay pipes; but the assertion that they Tlfe sober .bliuuu.i of"grav ami up the, moiie'.?' Tersons who think they will enjoy a sharp lookout wherever I did go; a'nd and do "It-imore by leaving tho hall early In the and healthy growth of tho the best I could, it handled raejj ecru that prevail at present are very always agreed that the old man A tinware peddler called at a house smoke forty per cent. yotftl better believe 1 did, for I'd a' Kn l nmiin roimirT-?- r -evoning, are requested to do u with so little .. handsome' in those corded fabrics of Shall decide the bet and hold the stakes calves. This comfortable lodgings and nolo as possible. irnnrinr "V- r'"J'J. "." on Fourth Avenue the other day to ex- has a sweeping air of improbabilty ...t,r.j been glad enough to get that much key-tis success"IJield money for so little work. But I got hand, and the handkerchief tight in my mixed silk and wool; there are also He always decides one way. Then both generous feeding the when butter isf It is doubtful if more fifn was ever change somo ot his 'goods for apaper about it; and yet aLopdoneddorwould little thingilike that. reached it down just a,ha smoother poplins, resembling pongees.. the swyndlers laugh so lieartm over the ful winter dairying, and sack hardlylie-aboiifinto' town without seeing anything of, crowded into the samo space or do rags. Thewonianbronghtout Norrislown Ht raldi?, St wuivuu'uis ujjiy iuuzzie up uciweuu mo 3f ci!Kif..,'il'M,Trfl7fJ tl.Sf clA,? no prcrcnded jolce Hint t1itfothor fqllpvy iL 85 or 40 cons, a pound it w ill pay to , you happen to know a current humor-- a pounds, and the ten her. I sat down by the. drugman's lower branches. He. gave A big sniff, J "ive the covvsthe best of care. cords. JJarjter's Bazar. Recent experimenLs, wiUi newly-falle- n ashamed to kick.a' diicano News... ped7llef'held itr up on his spring scales counter to rest a bit while could write Ist that funnier ono? I puH snow discovered traces of mete' , ting up tn5 stnff, thinking how I'd as he saw-i- t coming, tiiiuking, Ijpose,--: r , ., well remember the first time I heard and announced: . , nickel-am- i . Means. other evidences of of- - Our Dairy Interests. ' The? Extent 3Iadc it Out West. Dere vhas shnst six pounds, so neip oric iron, change my route going back, anu him. He appeared on the stage lookI wis rubbings it like furyagainsWhis cosmic dust. "Ve. expect fto4 see snow n and with face turned mo gracious. p'raps I'd strike her 3'et. t Tlfe practice ofghff OTesrbringing-hiand into liis eyes, I "Been out West,, havo you?" .1 said K There aro few who realize what an ing banks staked otf, stocked for. a million Herhusbandcameotitatthatmoment "The man brought two bottles and mouth gavq nose andawful snort, aWlet toward tho door at which he entered. v'nlfood'io fiecookijdfis a'iommonono .to at? par, with "He man ho sat timmense iudustrv the lairv in this a inost he would not accept and offered on the market replied that set one down while he was wrapping u5 "o. anil Avont. nr!i5liTrnr lnvti on ttip even among classes many degrees above have in"The gentleman who .n;:,, .'i.;i, i., , troduced mo seems to was to absented and such weight He knew there were sworn statements pieces i' . :.. , in the seat beside me. any the other. I took it up have thought for a"P oyerty. ror gxamplea ymingtClerk, 1 "Yes,-- jjin been , out tliere for tea len xompilbd and which we havo stones and bushes. ' pounds in the sack and he assay 1,000 to the ton,. Things are himself," then, altera hesitating pause, at least ten iu curie x ' a vear.cwifitbuv a moment ho waft dead, growing so that nb'thin can surprise . reason to believe are correct vyc Hud he added, "I am Artemus Ward, the didn't propose to.be swindled. " 'Take care there,' v he says; 'donlt Tie scrabbled himself llut he wasn'wi9.nSJiyartbe EoadclShJtllrafkot forbids years. up, and weat chop Y. GonimcrtialZldcettiser. Ignited States "Wiierc were vmi TScated?" that here sare in tho V, you smell that!' "My f remit,, do you pelicf I shcat us.--of tho evening.'.' It was diffisnarling and Jumbling, over and over, midday perhaps his only "solid" , "No place in particular. Cngcd thirteen million cows (hat are used for lecturerbelieve there was much music in you? '' asked tbe peddler. ' Sauay Maiden; wotw " 'Why not?' says I.' :"j down-hi- ll cult "to meal and take it to iieighborjrngichop-houselike all possessed. around a good deal." There was a pert maid in Jlontroso, dairy purpoes. It js protty 'difficult to this serious-face- d " 'You'd sowj'if you did,' said he. young gentleman,-Bu-t 'Xou would p.you oUL "u p""-s-whero it is cooked for him and ' V ' Wbb vrns snuey and hadn sharp . ho wftat, to see how far "Make any money?" sayvvhat the average price of those a do'zo ,Twould knock you down; quicker'n If v, "I didn't wait what roars of laughter he proIt was a"Tcea i"ai lIie ra-- MO,"u though, fori dropped out of that file scrvtjcr with 'ajjpicco 'pfrsbriad .for v, Am now going ' cows would be, for Some; of them aro .' ' Jihcn RhiiroeJ'l'csf mado; tt J vou was shot.' voked! Tliere was a joke in his lecture take the sack across to the grocery and ine cnop,ii:utv po;iii(t'jotjmut- ing Eastp enjoy iB yShall live in a big very valuable while some aroi pretty Up so early, and put out of that neighborhood'aostj p4enny. st .mrrh ii fr,r hilBSClf, bllt JlC W.13 nO 'He went on to tell me it was a most Very surly. whiclr, once goodi hnd1 been Tondurcd luiu-- pciicor MJKii cot or "stone, 'mansion- - at one of the prettiest o tlin KnnK V n tt ev n t.tt ton, nearly valueless. Col. MGlincy, tho absolutely pointless by some event that sooner out ht Uian the JPedtj?er, , ... . And made up ber mind tq propose. awfullystrong kind of ammonia ".thatrf us in CI ntorit-rTt--. solid meal, five pence. In Taris 1 saw . fr. , fiecrcthry of the Illinoisj t y new iuik i.... lowiis in oiuiu. i'on i Dairymen's had happened. He carefully repeated drove oirnTaid not stop for" uve was used for drawing blisters.1 Would wouldn't be'Tikefyto track me, one She should have continued to doze ou,willbelieve it, sir, but ifs a fact, Association, estimates thirty-fi- e after an oltt veteran soldier, fop-lious- whoworo doT- beaux. And only xl take to telL the dose-I'on1 do it in less time than several inedals cntcr"""a the joke, while every one in the audi- blocks. In tne afternoon the an..an met "bfave""15ti or 200 servants to wait Do you s'poe giyen him. That's all." be I about it most. the Rue bt. Ilonore, buy a bowl of hot onshall I shall keep my own physician litrs to(that an av erage price, and, per- - ence was saying to himself, "You might him downtown and asked: j Thathcroe33o ? - didn-'tj'ome. baps' would be a fair average wait ' WantalnM!e "AhS voa rascal, wh"Then I asked him if it j was any kin asked Tom's mother- f6gardf&? the t '"rM'"Ac, ?or suilc2 lcP. WTRC0 right-oWhols so "EhssyJ. the premises., 1 shall tcnter;- - j.'J'hat would make rthe cows of the much better have omitted that, Arteli ' a rou 01 DTcau salts, and toldlhim how 1,'d bottle witntijiocuonate interest I to smelling The joke uttered, the joker. lrc"T, Well, notir the court Itself knows. -tain hundreus of guests from all oVer country worth an immense sum ot mus." 'IT JjU .. . "Vashdero more ash six pounds?" , Journal. jv. ki 'ii,i . a distressed look passed oyer got hold of mother's smeling saltsjn uvnu vou uiun u jiiiu inq coWtAlter. inaKe a sonu meat lor live cenis. in the State of New York and a few from money 155,000,000;" In addition to "Yos; sir ten of 'em!" SrLittleell-'p.lQhaBychnrch. unbeknown to her! lonrr nrr. all?"T aslced, after epressionlcf an- - nrnuTvn"STmpi5coTT?tderel-feolid- J is face,' and he observed in a frank, pretend n ',. ittBTcrTitorics1--"------ of, the cow-f- , tliotalne there ar. tlio pathetic. way, "That little ' anecdote of r VheH'dot's vhy I didn't wait. "If r wlinn r business m London nn1 Vi1 11proval of his coolnessa"had bei ex- Ihe butcher-scrai liftla this is our hoysp, andj'm mamma and "Now, that will do," I interrupted-"I'other necessary investments id thejhH'i- scales vhas tqo affords, perhansrthcruios,tL strjKmg you taken the biggest kind of a sniff, because hausted. . mmc'isn'tas good as it was-- " The ef Y. pelistniy grocery scales light und ybn are age;itlemaniii(l his wifo come not vash too nAUftf. der , of the ssreniitusftq3 vvliTchf the smriixj to a greeny; no use to telLjsitch anesspd it is estimated t,hat tho money m'e.v'""3oHnnyw.4iI4BUr prof can't be irresistible, i it was the hrst chance Id; ever had at 4 S'bbutyTrrToHi's eyes twinkled Tuft thuainyested will und jaw und calLj tbee i 00fl nO.. good atorjes attributed.Of tljp countless heavy, andltiiy wifftf top." Little it, and I'd thought it something gooTT "I told'Sam Pluramer, 'SguirePlum-mer'- s poor are rcftuceil for those nitroicnouir to ,bm.the best "It's afact, though," he replied,- 000; and wlicnxve pause" to consid'erthat ,osu "me. co 1 move on a """ thoyjd "been keeping froju me. Ad P fitboy, what I'd seenn and here elements of food which a cold and wet inl the dairy has become prorViqcnfc only to my mind is "the one which tells of the. namesnfakcbalf a dollar bn some lead Xe'i"NTo, of course . noi There is 11 IUU llvyll i3 liiVy IJIVU1 UL if " And lio he re- -, bow I'd kicked and screeched and. hol- I'll seoaJtr and he went sajter itvvith climate renders indispensable, 4og-o- f JimmyBrown's on advico he gave to a Southern railroad und iheld up his hands and exhibited a pair in the last few . tlm 'imnortAn-Free Press. . lered, and how mother'd had to haul his gun, and finished what the anuouia lau oiucncr snops are open upiii uawn of handcufls adorning his tbOpgrchjBriBg(bini in., and pretend of andrthe energy displayed in tho busi- - conductor soon after the Avar. Tho nine wrist, f when me. out of church and use up no end of hadJeft; and Tom snitljJtvvs no atorc'n mntil'abotireleven o'clock the dogisyour wife."" Johnny "All "Yesrsir,heJsmy'-prisonc- r, and Fm ncss, "can b the better appreciated. road was in a wretched condition, and Never I)ozc. . , lemon-drop- s and ginger cookies to bring fair I should havo a share Of it,1b he they begin to close. At this late hour taking him from Montana to Autfurn," r xiiu the trains consequently .were run at a wight. But yon hafetliht''Iog, I know .isi nas given attention to tUO phenomenally,l9W rate of speed. When" don't me to. gave me tho skin, and I solder, fm- - there is no chance of any further de-The loodon Lancet discusses the subf Toudo." Little ed, bearded man behind dain-fa keen-emany years some portions ot tho conductor was punching his ticket laughed, "and twelve dollars. So Tt paid befisr'n if jjmapd for whole ic.ata. BufTnow com--, said JUozmg, make any difference, It's all pretend, "So the drug-ma- n jectof rising attne end ofI sleep.!I.I. him. between it bnt it has grown up in the West .. . .. ,r, o uot auiuissiuio iiuiii says tho stuff in the bottle was some it nad oeepsyid uiacKy, you see1 C.. flpi'IftTPs, remarked- "Does this mences'ine irai(iu scraps. s ncse con-- s yon and, the special agent Mn regard to" and what a magnificent growth know. CoaMiirain and I'll hug it has Artemus allow passengers to railroad it. health point of view. The brain is. you kiss him, and go oHjnsfc like mamst of, such, refuse as in America is the whereabouts of some registered let- been in thing of tho same sort, only they company give it anv do it over ogainifor as "Would you and a little; more than twenty-fiv- e That's thrown fothc dogs or given to tho ters, wasn't it, .followed advice, "if so in- a weren't to beentioned in the same much, Tf you had A chance?" ff first 'tofall asleep, and Jim?" Chicago Herald. years, and the progress which is now manner?'' they do"conductor respectful .thot,'itive organs, and isis onlv per-- ma, does, when WraJlJankKjiJls. Chiday forstrpngness or, if you made The replied in V, way to be perlite,youknow.' his liead. Ion't "svvdl" man. ln'l.onddn the demand the shaking being made iu the West Is greater than natural when shared by all the- - cago Times. any comparison at all, it ,wo'uld be'to believe I would, if 1 could help"my- - for it as human food is so strong that tones that he guessed sb. Well," "fectWd ' Seynioursays; "When ever..- y Minnesota is a dairy gruff to the small- self." Sydney Dayrcgn 0(deiiiaJs. children are sent to stand in a line and I was a young man there lived in our State. compare the smelling-salt-s on, organism. AU Four y ears ago she was not Artemus wont to "it occurred to me it several pa118 OItne are not equally tne vSo Ycry Bqcondjur. extike thp r turu in purchasing the covet- neighborhood a farmer who was usually Missouri wquld be well est 'mite of a baby, and that, Jlinmonla , detach the partsof the system to its big Goliath of a grqat great- .. -- The 2fc,vv, Orleans t.PkqjitaasaSi, ed refiise.af- - ten'aiul twelve cents per reporfed o"beVa'very liberal man alid displayinghas wheeled into line and is from the front of the engine and hitch hausted,- ad thosq least fatigued soons, .. Oca day last .week, ,oldHMrs. great vigor in dairy matters. 1 those, grandfather. pouqd. Tiilstrrjdc conjinuos npHo one For . . there is, anianstocracyf crhcejBlLdiiti o'clock in tho morniig wlicn the last uncommonly' upriglit hi" his dealings: Dakota andNebrasfca and Kansas and it to the rear of the train. over- est wakfth'te tho most exhausted wealthiest old ladies one of the aroused with greatest difficulty. you see we arc not liable to "I didn't smell it? bqty started, for j When lje had any of the produce of his .uuumua win T9.ff-1iiArcath', no min of high rank among take a cow, but what's to prevent .a are several parts of tho organism in Austin, madfe-'a- n oflicial'call on Mrs. nome witn urn uiacKy aooiater oa i3i:iu;. little pauper is svutaiuiut; n nis.xpeci- farm to dispose of he made it an in- ilairy sections, takft the, three , M,.M The in".j Npwvnara.was dressed my mind Old SBhicky, to see If T Leen cowstrolling into this car and biting a should .need rest at the same time!" To' iirt,rt,i witghixmny worth of variable rule lo "give good measure -- airendy taking and i. sTepsm that Iirefitipp. elegant silk, dress .made in tho in. gastus tur:iei .oTi and tne ratber more than would be reqliirod of Even npvv Lor- - Ar Y. Tribunes brTn""tbis about, a person should " wake couldn't find her and s?et that-tbre"h&ti&C style Of art! 'It attracted Jiave been of the vilest crimes; reiuse,iilie ?; there is almost fifiv per cent. PaSsenSen butcher has shut un hw shop.. I havo him. 0?ne of his friends, observing him more(hioney dollar, and father, becausa I wanted. suen men Accused enrlv asd feel ready to rise: this fair very guttty-ovc- r invested in the dairy 'than the title ntiori of Jotemyvfwito coum not tp spcli scenes, the frequcntlydoing-so- , .oftgn&beon a wifne to get baok as quicka I could. Last June, while Miss Ann Fisher, and.equal start of tho sleepers 'should helPdminng.itj-ag- d questioned him as. there is in banklnc. It is. estimated finally the imp "It seemed rougher going back over and'over agitin. in The resulsTalffess-nes- s first oqc ovhich mide a strong to why hVdid it. IIe .toliUhlm ho- - gav o that sivty million acres of land are "do a maiden lady upward bf sixty years, be.securedj and a. wise in society, business, in noliic tfic .mind. London Cor. too much, and said it was to his disadallow a drowsy" feeling pf.- snid tlirt hlllfi than W ViqiI frtninnr.T cun- oa voted to the dairv: that there :irn seven was walking ab'out near Old Deposit should not l'he, truth is thatvin Louisiana a. 'f.' dbnt you fhinb'"tJiat dress is Mn of S$& Ffajiciscb$phrpnicle. pose because"! wasa little lired Some-- J vantage. Now, mark the answer of . hundred thousand men empltiy ed in the Station, Ky, she was attacked and the consciousness, or Weary senses, or pdwefolwhatoversorysniavdd to Mts-- evvvears?" he" 8ncbaysted system to beguile' himt ymos, me way was inroKgu pasturea this o.xcellent'man: 'God has permitted bjisiuess; that there ig paid 0 tho la- - bitten'by alarge Newfoundland dog '"tr,ti"rt& folly of gofnsr a. tri ir wi ar ' ac- Wntleman mcf-a-n uncertain A to sle.ett affain lots; but mostly it was over fallow world, uorers.in.the business si hundred 'a'nd Since that time she has .believed thar journey afraid mtance, who said: "I m a "litttlc jneut oneI'am'gonethrough the would oe afflicte'd with hydrophobia, when onco his consciousness has bedn spondeiUlrs. Fiztw,Kpw-she ground, ljy'atfumpV, and plenty anifwlicn A'Polish woman at GhicoeeVig, . I cannot return to sixty-tigniilhon dollars annuitlly-;inhnm like 'writer dclaros that ar WU.J wpuiu -- -r ay" tui"vi'1'' " and her fears'were well founded. Tlie arb'-h'- J of rocks bu'fjiotjnabyftrees. Thpre applj.ed foFa''threo'year3,license''tcet f short? ahLb'oulUmnnfql - to ask you a rccfif"mitak05.'s, iTho ,old farmer's uiai xn,ere are C,750,00(,0(ra gallons-prt .nMni).M. nnlhrnntio f iiivijw. All CUUUUULU1U jewnlt any roadway. - i ..i.tiuiiMi. '' mistakes were of tho sort he did not' milk annual! v nrodttced. These liirures other day she was 'taken with? a chill, - man wh will riot tq dozp, mark. nCA von like, my' ut re:, uo you, " L.I tleman. went totally blind, .frothed ntthemojith. j l hadn t got nearr ,t fWthesummit f in ?v5ieC1n5nthat r htend "Well." said renlied the co"suppose want to rectify." Ulica (&. iYc) can JLhe dld'tonntry'was notcomiag,0Ver Mrs. NowyVSars.kindly ohnnvr-'3,kefiirther: and thctJld.of' iTOtused toeat anything,;. and,, ivuejr wai,M0.Mg an ,;find. b(nself alrpt - when I mffimnmffg Miarmadc the short man, Herald. ,butter-anv for three years. itostoteTforZc.! (vlf-&hr4f nor ." t f chouse,. Estimated, WjU'th'ey" .wpter'vvas ollured. .its fvervrlecoraing; its lt.J H 10 in your poeket and I in you had stop short something behind rocks will beuiruienUfo give an idea, of tho .traded, and .AtlBe!L SaWm UKnrmav iiisC like your f wMl f ivjrinklcs and for . how much For the first time in Connecti(rir a proportions should ask she ' aad bushes, down in a kind of little M. DoLesseps predicts llw-' Sift-n- g. of 'the il:ii'y,"whi helpless.' ' At last" deh'relieved her of Sclf6bl5lio''"''aro:instrpcted in folds and would remain?" "Ten pounds. Tm noiry public certificate has been issued been hollow There were no leaves on tbe Panama Canal vill be opened. Kf0re our pirrposo thus faV. work. reply. to a woman. Hartford Fosl. tho prompt her terrible sufferings. Baltimore Sun. bmlw, job kmow; so I coold see some- - ioa. b -- TiTE TT5E BELLS. , k, . " f be-cam- .In Al v "' En-gla- nll Fl 1, -- w-h- - rose-coJorijM- "-- - ng cain-nr-lik- o f M aad-jMe- to-da- y. oil-men- l, '' U(-- -- ;'. fifty-thrC- s -- s pos-osslo- Mis-aio- farm-hous- ell-edu "SfsH ahtf-ferment mh" ordinaH-.phenoinOn.-i. ct tho-botto- m .Nv-B.- v con-dam- ns , reni-nan- ys star-gafn- know-Franki-sh -- .- up-an- - - cel-larsJr- - -- -- In-fa- t, preva-lenceio- luiumur-storm7airt- he sa ew-ff.Hl- o f n Q - Bay-ipna- n - -- cast-iro- n -- -- cast-stee- l. M - then-tengoe- -- u - art , fil-a-- fil reore-tontativ- o bluo-gray- std-jec- ts so-call- ed ', tbpxcs.'-l'hUaikl-phi- . practi-caPiutf- the-root- s d e. - e - hay-lof- ?.- ;vicc.'Kifta;?raitis ej-es, weot.-r--f,,"- f 3n-l'- " - iihra-ryan- "Tas-mani- an her-rlng- n. s. war-whoop- - b. dis-cot'er- cd nio-i-Scm- y war-pat- -- - to-g- Jt:,. . -- -- - - - " " -- .- -- - -- me-'i'To- ,.,'"! e laic-coverc- u ! "'fTr nge-ar- o their-paren- demi-seaso- n y well-know- n -- con-linuo- us thorn-pelve- s s oMho-cig.irette- s -- o a weio-hinn- - -- n he-was- - 1 -- s crest-falle- a'sinart-lookingydun- g; -- .. and-tookro- ut. . f i.--n tbat-.fcpecin- thirt-iSf-nounds- , jj -- b-- 3 . noo-Fro- m u foL-time--j 1 t.rJuJ i lias-co- -- fz. sup-ipo- -- - u d - n ,..., "Uf--'- J'. , w-i- c TitT-n- p -- aire-rco-at- e fect.-was- vo.-shta- lirti-i-- o - n that-horri- "Z-Dclro- it at-nig- ht " y or .NelL-"P,ttf- iat - 7 - -- To-da- cow-catch- er New-year- 9 e haS TfMSk "-- " en -- ATt-q- on self-manag- er - 8 . : f h. .&. ht i !. t. ". ". r-1 f wf ; allpw-himsol- d d 1 5 . th,n - -- 'ifst. car-nenf- er cre.Wfi.1;" 1 It 11 &M& 'l-fc- .1 BHPil LjSiIlE3 fr - J $""' e. - wo' . The Hicliman Courier. GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. .HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. Y ZDIX. I saw her first on a day in sprinjr. By the side of a stream as 1 11 shed along1. And loitered to hear the robins mnsr. And guessed at the secret they told In son? The so white and red. Were mirrored beneath In the streamlet's How; And the sky was bluo far overhead. And far In the depths of the brook below. 1 lay half hid by a mossy stono And looked In tho watr for flower and sky, I heard a step I was not alone: And a vision of loveliness met my eyo. ' apple-blosoms, " apple-blosso- "Are you """vermin, vc h(.rtn&J.refer' willing ence to the matterV to T& "I am, and will let you know the" result ,,T Jtm nlmnct i. that it would bo an excellent thing to havo a rehearsal each Saturday evening, that the music on Sunday would bo greatly improved thereby; and it was approved by tho minister and by tho choir. So, it was at once carried into effect. From these rehearsals it became his cusfrom tho prayer-meeting- ff . I house is concernod. Tho hens should be set in a house bv Ibcnisfilvos where the other fowl will saw her come to t ho other side, I And "That she thinks sho can employ some were not more fair; the on to teach her daughter for a smaller sal- not molc-- t them; and it should be as She stooped to gtao in tho sunlit tide. frep from dampness as possibleary than sho pays me." And her eyes met mine In tho water there. it "Yes. And what da you think the reason should also be warm enough so as not She stopped in timid and mute surprise. is?" to freeze cold nights. Each lion should And that look might havo lasted till now, I There was no answer to this question, be Kept b3'. herself when she ween; comes off and he continued: eyes. But modestly dropplujr her "Let mo tell you, Miss Nason is at the from her nest; this can easih be dono She turned away to the meadow green. bottom of the affair. She does not wish oy naving a small open coop made of any ono as a member of the household, who laths, for her to go in to eat and dust rapture lost I stood In wonder jmd and her stop so freo. At her slender form will win the regard which hhe desires hursulf. Nover .set a hen on a lloor At her raven locks by the breezes tossed. should bo her own. Rose," he continued where the air will draw under it, As she kicked up her heels In the air for or in presently, "I love you as 1 havo loved no glee. other woman." Tho hand resting on his a barrel or bo with nothing but straw arm trembled. "I have known what it is on the bottom! A few inehos of-- pars Tho are withered now. to lead a life of luxurious ease; I know tially dried earth placed on, the bottom But the sky and tho meadow and stream aro what it is to earn a living by tho sweat of of tho box in which to make the nest, there: And whenever I wander that way I vow my brow. Ifyou can love a poor man, stops the draft of Mair from below. If That some day I'll buy mo that little black who loves you devotedly,- - will you be my on the earth short hay or chopped sLraw rftare. wife?" And, halting, ho gazed into tho face over be pit, a nest can be made that will bo which the moon poured a flood of yellow likely to keop tho eggs iu the right conX GENERAL DELUSION. P light. dition to hatch. "Rat, tat, tat." '4f you can be satisfied with the lovoof a One of .the most important stops is toi tim. 4iHi.ifcc.nResponsive to the vigorous poundings servant, know that it has been vours in For dry hush, cold moat 6f 'any fullestjiaeasui-e.-sfo- r upon his front door that had produced the a longtime; jtbat I will got good eggs; this is not always oaiv, above sounds. Farmer Williams dropped become your wife whenever you choose." there are so many diuaPo3 amwi" fowl kind will do, but canned beef is bast He drew her face" to hfs and klispd'it. the paper he was reading and went to the that are constitutional, that it is'sonft-wha- t Always rt'move all surplus fat and "I should like to hnvo tho marriage ceredoor, at thecloso of an afternoon iu early d ditlirult to got eggs that will pro- gristle, chop lineand to ment mony performed on the evening of October May. s otcuopped cold boiled 5 my twenty-fift"I have called to see if you are in want birthday and in the duce healthy chicks. Any constitutional put of help for the summer," remarked a young church here, s it was iu this town that we weakness in the fowl will bo vry sure potato and duemion chopped very line; man evidently not far from twenty-fivto make its appearance in tho chiek; seaJon with pepper and salt: place in a met and loved each other;" he said. upon whom Mr. Williams looked as he "That, will suit ma, as well as another especially whon hatched dtumg cold hot skillet with just enough water to opened the door. time and place. Now I have one favor to weather. Having secured gvod cgs jnoixten. add a little buttei or nice fat "Well, I am short of help this season," ask of you," good mothers are tho next want. There drippings, stir often until warmed was the reply. "It is granted, befflro asked." "I should like to engage to work for "I shall be obliged to go homq for a few is a great choice in hons to set: some through, cover and let stand on a you." days before I assume tha responsibility of aro uneasy and are very likdy to break hot part of thu .stove for fifteen becoming your wife. On my retnm I will half the eggs betore they hare been Jet"Come in andwe will talk tho matter minutes. When ready to serve run the go to Mr. Vernon's. Esther is a dear over, Mr." "Ainslee Charles Ainslee.'' friend of iniuuaud I shall not hesitate to ting a week, while others aib quiet and knife under and fold as vou would an And the two entered, the house. confide the secret to her. I shall not come careful, tis well as gontlo. The medium omelet aud servo hot with tomato catback till the day preceding ,the wedding, size Brahma hens make very good sup. Exchange. Are you accustomed to farm work?" in1 quired Mr. Williams, as the and I prefer you should hot call upon me mothers, aud are -- to be preferred to brown bread: One pint seated himself and placed a valise, which he tilIyou come to escort me to tho church. Breeds, lfvery effort most of tint of carried, ou the floor beside Lim. "You do "very well," wa his" reply, though ho should bo 6thor to furniJi the hen, of buttermilk, one one cup Indian meal,' mad one pint of Hour, of iiiulu-wnot look as if you were, or very stronc could not bntjvoiidur at her whim! either." of ulcratus, add 'a little Thev had reached Mr. Nasou'iJ, "and he whilo setting, with everything .Wie one needs to keep her comfortable. And, indeed, the farmer's words were kissed her good night. .iuger if you. wish. Mix well these intrue. Mr. Ainslee was tall and of a deliThree wreks from the next day, tho conbeing furnished with a . ariett of gredient. Grease a hvu qurfrt basin cate frame, while his pale features and gregation fn the church was electrified by food she should have ground oyster and pour the mixture in. 'lhoii ot in slender white hands indicated, if not ill the announcement from tho pulpit, at tho health, an unfarrJliarity with manual close of the afternoon's discourse, that shells, gravel, and some verv dry lpam. a etcamer and steam for three hours. labor. "There will be a wedding in this place or ashos. to wallow in. Jt is very im-- i Do not let thv water stop boiling ani next Wednesday evening at eight o'clock, portant that the hen should not be dis do Dot lift tho cover till dono. Then "I never did a day's work on a farm in my life," was the frank response. "I have to which, without further notice, you aro turbed while setting on the epgsjgt1 K set in the oven few minutes to brown, always lived in the city where my chief ocinvited." Evorv human heart has a oji- - as a rule, beatlor lmr them have their and form a a criiL Try it and I know cupation has been to get rid of tho time.-Aehnnt for. the myenous. and tho nro- you suggested, my health is not spective wedding of which this was tho own way, eapeoiaHy when the oHoks you will pronounce it good: it is so nice and I thought a change of scene first intimation that any ona had received are about hatching out. We lire aaro with baked bcani. ' Half of the amount would prove beneflcial. Owing to a sud-- to can be made for a small family. Aunt ft deeper mystery than had ever been that some believe that it is nece.-ear-v den but I, will not troubleyou with are-cita- l known in Campton. assist the chick from the egg. biitfwe Nellie, in Western Ittiral. , of my personal affairs." "Who can it be that is going to bo marnot of ried?" whispered one to another, as they are "nature that number. Belioring .air. nuuams imagined ue saw before that has made ample provision him a young man who, by a reverse of forStem; Coal For Sninc. stood with bowed heads while the for getting the chick out of the ,sbll tune, had been brought from affluence to pronounqed. j ' No one could mako reply. And, at tho without the assistance of man, wo Sold poverty, and compelled to depend upon his Hogs that are kept hi closd quarters, . own efforts for .support. And, conclusion of the service, not few wero they to the opinion that while there maj'bo and fed ahout wlmt they will eat of as he "was; his sympathy' at once went who rushed to the pastor, hoping-hwould: corn, will show ra oraving.for other when assistance w6uld be benefiout toward the applicant tor a situation. vouchsafed solution to the problem. He ease3 a cial. a f ulo more chicks wbubc articles of food." Thy will eat gravel, should prefer not to say anything "I did not, and none of thorn ventured to ask clay, broken bricks, "hard coal, soft about my family or home," continued Mr. him poiut blank who the bride and groom killed than saved by man's interference " Ainslee, "though I assure you the former were.- coal, charcoal, cinders, ashes, hen with nature's process. is an honorable one, and that I haveuever pftjsent, any way!" ol- fO'.R6so h"all-b' J .Apothor error is often committedby manure, etc-done aught to disgrace it." and such was the cae on three subsequent served Esther Vernon to ono after another; trying to make the chicks Qat as goon Because hogs confined to corn diet e your feel- occasions, when he called for "for I will write hor about it this very day, us they aro out of tho shell. As th'cy will cat so readily of such articles as ings," said Mr. Wilh'ms, his heart entireif it is the Sabbath." ly conquered by the speaker's candor. door-beOne evening his ring atlhe This remark tended to mystify those are not hungry until very nearly a ,day are above named, that close observer, was "I do not expect lean do much work 'at answered by Rose, who,-- havinginformed 'wise in thqirown conceit," who old, it is not best to feed them until the L. N. Bonham, thinks many men nro first, but perhaps enough to pay my board. him that the family proper had , gone to Rose might bo the bride, but suspeetod nott day afler they are hatched; then led to conclude tiu-rwho were is great feeding Eventually, I think I shall prove worthy of ride, asked him in, and he gladly availed aware that, if such were the case, Esther they Should be fed on sweet cracked value in such extras, or that the' are something more." himself of tho opportunity for a longer con- would be informed of the fact, so warm That kind of reason"J am confident you will, and I assure versation with her than hi had often been wns tho friendship between tho two. corn and millet seed, and in a few dys "good you I shall be willing to pay you all your privileged to hdld. Soon mnsic became Moreover, Mr. Ameslee, the only gentle- tho smaller grains, but never feed"pn ing has never been entirely satisfactory services deserve. So you may consider their theme, and she expressed her gratifi- man in Campton w ho had ever shown Rose line meal, to another large class of observing yourself engaged, and this place your home cation that the choir had so improved under any marked attention, was quite indiffer- the chicks. whatever may bo the ago- - of Simplv because hogs eat such men. Some of the best successes things for the present." ent to the whqle matter, and didn't even said tb.at,tm-hereardirection; his "I am glad to know it, as it will save me it formerly pained uer to t listen to chnngo color when tho announcement was f we havo evor known were gained bv greed fly, after confinement in a small further search." their rendering of worn-ou- t tunes, made, according to the contralto sirigor, a" feeding whole corn as soon as the chioks inclosure, kept wholly on a liberal diet A;$ the days passed, the "hired man" now a pleasure to listen to the sing- keen observer of men and things espec- were old enoujrh to oat it, which they of corn, one may as naturally argue ' I made good his assertion that he thought he ing iu church. ially the former shrewd at guessing, and can do when about two weeks old: ith that corn alone does not meet tho waut ' would prove worthy of some compensation a notorious gossip. "Do you plav or sing?" he inquired. the corn was mixed onts, barley and of the nature of the hog. above his board. He was active and inAt twenty minutes of eight, on the "I used to do a little of botE" Few farmers would claim that gravel, dustrious, striving in every way to work "Will you favor me now?T presume evening when the event which, for three wheat, the proportion being for the interests of the man who had given Miss Nnsou would not object 1a .tr mm days, had agitated the minds of Campton, corn and the other third the oats, bnrW or coal, or cinders havo feeding value, hint employment without any recommenda- her piuno in her absence. Attest, I will unsto take place. Mr. Ainslee rang Che and wheat In equal jMirtions combined; or that the pig could thrive on them, tion save his own word. Indeed, not assume all responsibility for so doing," t II at Mr. Vernon's and was conducted by In addition to this was given a noon e en though he had access to a coal Mr. Williams cautioned him with a smile. to the vawriit parlor. t or brick-yarabout lest ho become ill. But "Rose will be here presently," she said; meal of boiled vegetable, mixed with mine, or gravel-pi"If you will not criticise jne too severe- "so please excuse me." wheat bran and a small quantity of That corn alone does not meet all the seemed to agree with him ex- - ly," she laughed. cellently; he grew robust, thepallor of his wants of nature is not questioned by Soon he heard a light stop, and, looking meat. fr , "That 1 promise you." countenance faded away, as his delicate In feeding chicks jrreat care should the bet writers on animal feeding. It And he opened the instrument, t hands took on a suggestion of brownness breath that She seated herself at the.piasaand ran this almoft took his brocade-sati- away. Could rbo taken ribt to keep too much food be does not contain a sufficient proportion and numerous callouses. crooture in a with a ttien'sbe His refinement of speech and manner her fingers over the keys;.sonatas? glided AchH of the rnrest lace, with diamonds in fore thorn; tho noon meal should be of albuminoids to make a perfect diet. of Beethoven's When her oars and about her neck, bo Rose, never deserted him, however, and Mrs. into onefinished, tha only what will bo oaten up at once, if Wo need to add to a corn diet a small he said: "Please ling," so poor Williams declared him "just splendid, ex- she had it be composed of boiled vegetables, amount of nitrogenous food, or that teacher?' she looked up to his face actly such a person as she should wish a tremulously that" "Aren't you glad to see me?" she asked, and the gram should be given m quan- .rich in albuminoids, such as oil cake, j, son to be." She was childless. All who near her dwn." toward hini, and then tities that will be.eateu up clean each meal or Skim milk, too, is Without a word she began Eabitzkyte gracefully, movinghis. formed his acquaintance conceived an ar putting her lips to dily. To Overfeed1 cHicks is but to rich in truo albuminoids and when dent liking for him, pitied and respected 'Flow on, Sweet Rippling Stream"" the "Yes but" he stammered. him, too, believing as they did that he had quivering tones of her rich 'soprano voice "We must be on our way to the church," invite disease and early death, especially added to a corn ration, makes what apthe "rippling of a "stream." she moved in the best society, and, forced to counterfeitingyou !" ho remarked. "I do not wish to keop those that aro raised so early in th o proximates to a complete feed, ono exclaimed, impetu"I criticise renounce it by untoward circumstances, those bidden to the wedding in a state ofjl f&ason to require them to be kept in the which will digest promptly, and of courageously undertaken to earn his own ously. "You are by far a bettercKnician anxiety longer man is necessary," smiling. hou-ewhich there will be the smallest per than ever I shall be." - . livelihood. "Now you must play and sing for me,;' "I will get mv hat and shawl, and we will Chicks that hatch out in February or cent, of waste and tho largest per cent, Ho was found to be an accomplished mustart." sician, and chosen organist and leader of sliequietly remarked, rising fronahe As, accompanied by the groomsman and March should be very carufullv looked of assimilation. ,',' the choir in the one church which Campton bridesmaid Esther Vernon and berjwnc after, especially during the first four An albumoid ratio of 1 :7 is about tho "That I shall not refuse to do.'ttoughmy the town where he was stopping- - boasted: the couple the sanctuary and, performance wilL seem insignificant com- passed up tho entered. the altar, the organ wofcks 'after they aro hatched: never let perfect diet for the pig. Corn has a ratio no person being moro earnest-thave him aisle to serve in this dual capacity than the elderly pared with yours," taking the vacated pealed forth tho "Wedding March" in a them get chilled in the cold wind, or by of 1:'.. How can this be improved or man who had officiated; thus for many seat. . keys manipulated running on the snow, and yet the made to approximate 1:7? Not by feedyears, and was painfully conscious of his In"af cw moments, turning to her, ho mannerHhat proved the than any to whose must not be so closely confined indoors ing cinders, coal and brickbats, which by more skillful fingers ' incompetency. Thence forward, this part asked: respoiftled. And had to get the fresh "Why have you never joined the choir touch theypeoplepreviouslyturned their heads as notiause chicks to air; few things no doubt contain a trace of albumen, of the religious exercises was especially when the slightly will stop growing but by the addition of nearly a pound pleasing; and the attendance upon divine in this place?" "Princfpally because I have had no invi- to see whose Entrance was thus proclaimed, quicker than to shut them in a close, of milk for every pound of com, which service rapidly increased, many coming to and perceivedvMr. Ainslee in an expensive bear the singing, who would not have come tation," smiling. suit Rose-- in richer warmj room whore they cannot get fresh will give the perfect ratio, 1 :7. The simply for the purpose of listening to the "You have had no invitation; yet I ven- attireof black broadcloth, been worn Into air. than ever before had ,few pigs on the board lloor, which ture to say you are the finest singer even In their church, their astonishment was pastor's somewhat prosy discourse To have oarlj- - chicks do well they got the milk and scraps from the kitchen -- . Campton." Naturally, as chorister, he gained the tell good-wi"I fear you give me credit for more "than" indescribable. aNor was it diminishod-whe- must be supplied withjSome vegetables, along with modorate of all the church members, and he placed diamond is my due. At any rate you are tho only finger, whose intriiistp value ring upon her and if they an have the green leaves tho story of successful assimilation of was invited to the various entertainments they realized directly under the auspices of the "society." person in this town who has any knowl- must exceed that of the best .farm in of cal)bage it will improve them, but feed. Their sleek pelts and rapid growth His fertility in devising novel features that edge of my musical ability, whatever it Campton. And the start that Rose inadtheyoung sprouts of gra?3 are better tell that the diet suits them, and they would add to the interest of these gather- may be; as, till this evening, I tave never vertently gave, beholding the gem. indi- andsjiould always be given when it is are assimilating the maximum per cent, sung a note since Itame here. cated the gift as great a surprise to ings was heartily appreciated, and even played or her as )ossiule to get them. The line hay and of it, aud making pork most rapidly. Servants" a bitter, ironical erisphasis on to any of those present. the "sewing-circle- " was pronounced supposedto'.oe. lay styd fronujthe .bottom of the hay Let us remember that these pigs do not if he chanced to be absent therefrom."dull" the word "aro not accomplishments acWhen' the, fihallwords which mado them of The citizens of Campton decided to have quainted witn the wife had been pronounced, now is gfpd toput in the yard for'the get any coal, cinders, gravel and the stations in life." husband audwent and congratulated a grand celebration on the Fourth of July, those occupying superior their friends ten to scratch orTfr; she will busy her- like, do they root great holes in tho and a committee was chosen to invite Mr. "U'ml" he muttered. "Just at present I Even .Miss Nason, with trembling them. self all day hunting for seed for tho earth nor that invisible something which lips, for Ainslee ha had come to be regarded, as have charge of tho choirf and 1 not only wished themuntold happiness; thatjsbo the high corn feeder says is necessary equal to any emergency to act as orator invite but entreat you to become a member did so under prptest was easy to perceive. young chicks. Great care should be taken to keep for tho pig. The. pig goes quarrying of the day. of it, for so long a time as I hold the relaLearning, as they shortly did, that 'Mr. "I do not feel myself competent to ac- tion to. it that Is now mine." Alrislee. from nronertv in New York CAtv. the chicks from becoming lousy: but for roots, worms, larva and the like, fJ cept, though I thank you for the proffered "I will, you wish it." 'had an annual income of thirtv thousand there is but little danger of this, if, to make up the deficiency of his feed rahonor," ho observed, with a smile, "I wish it very much." dollars, that Rosewas the daughter of ono when tho nest is made, a little sulphur tion. The corn diet alone 'does not meef young man who waited upon him; to tho Then "and .soprano he mentioned various duetts for of the wealthiest men in Boston, the poor be sprinkled in the nest before the hen the wants of nature. beside, I think there are pleasauter.wavs of and tenor voices, and having- people of Campton were bo passing the uay than in listening" to an nameu one.witu wnicn, sue was laminar, yondmeasurd."" And tho twoastonishedcon- is set, and tho hen be constantly furAnother thing should here be noticed. directly oration. It seems to me, a patriotic- play thoj' began it. While thus engaged, so cerned in the affair wero not less sur- nished with dry wood ashes to dusther-- '' Corn is so rich in. starchi that animals would be a novelty and interesting." quietly that her footsteps were not heard, prised; neither having suspected the othor sett in, as long as sho is permitted to,go fed long on it alone become constipaiason "It certainly would, but I know of no one Ella was entered the room. The truth is, they had with the chicks. ted. And every Successful feeder or not aware that a concert awaited become diseusted "I who will take the matter in hand, unless it tho Immnm Wxhcn the chicks are old enough to handler of anfmals knows that the mo on my return home, else Ihould'havfr thembVreiisonlnf their wealth, nnd nMbo yourself." purwere her first words as the aucu iuu course iney veancare lhust be taken the first few keeping of tho bowels regular is of first "I have had quite an experience in ama- duett to learn ceased; and the lingers, ignorant whether they possessed uiu solelycharacter nights to see that they find good comteur theatricals, and shall bo willing to do traits of importance. The corrective is not neca which, in themselves, would win the es- fortable quarters; they should'aot bo essarily physic-- That may best be all I can in the way of selecting an appro- that a third person wns preseat.-gav'w start. teem of others. ,A.nd Rose's only motive priate play, and casting the characters, if permitted to go on to the roost with the found in a simple addition to the feed juch be the wish of your 'committee on "I have to askyoUrnrdnnforlhelIberty in requesting Mr. not usintr your piano whoa I took insaid Mr. Ainslee, rising. you wuro her till he came toAinsleoher toto call upon old hens uutil tho weather becomes of something not so rich in starch. Oilescort exercUes" the church, was the desire to keep from him every inti- warm, but should bo furnished with cake" asa corrective and ' condiment to "I can assure you it will, and that they away," glad you feel sufficiently at borne mation that-biwife, to be, was other than small coops where they can keep warm feed, will prove most valuable, and "lam will thank you for your kindly assistance.". So Mr. Ainslee we speak of him thus bore to do.so. It i? always at your dispo- the poor teacher hJ supposed.her; and she and where thoy will not be constantly meet the wants of the animal usually. formally because the. peoplo- - of Camnton sal, jfhetherl a am hereornot,"responded knew, seeing her wedding garments, he annoyed by the old hens, as thoy would Bran, too, fed with corn will correct tho how she could afford them never addressed him as Ghnrles", there Miss Na,son, graciously. ,bcjf permitted to go'on to the roost constipating tendency, and will help to Deing about him n certain dignity; entirely "ihauk you," he observed, .as Rose as ha did. freo from haughtiness, that restrained them withdrew from the'! room with a 'Good 'The 'contralto singer and Miss Nason MassncTtusctlsPloUghman. a more complete digestion of the corn, wero greatly annoyed at the strange evenintr." from fiiirli fflmninrif-trcati- t fnv Yr ...... llencc, oil meal and bran are most The former, because her repuThe young man wished IS ary copies of a play which he considered that profitable articles of diet. Colman's A' Horse Car Incident suitablefor the occasion, and then selected he might, with propnetyrequest her to. tation for cleverness in ferreting out Jlural World. those who should personate ttha' different remain, though he fully, appreciated her secrets was irreparably injured; and j..u iiiauiuiiuuiy-uressemotive?- in dqing sho shed x young1 characters." id probably over her lostNot from egotism, but because fio was nothlng,elsethan aconscfimsnesi that Miss many- - tears. .. Mit.s ..Nason grieved, women, ono with a water snaninl1 ? Cigar' Smoking 'in the House. not. only because another had won the leash of rawhide, get into a car whereconnaent mat ne could do it better than Nason would prefer toseehinmlone. "only arjy.qne else3n penpfon, he took the part "I never knew that shewas a" 'singer," cared a, man for whom she had ever in aro four passengers, one a stern When young Tom Alvord whom-thof the beroJ'as.fatB own, and assigned-th.remarked Miss Nason, hen Rose had of Rose straw," but because her treatment ;savage-lookin- g old man wearing gold' boys used to call "Young Fresh" as" a servant had not been such other parts to such young ladle8anil"gen-tleme- n gone. ..itsd sfOT, ' thai she could expect an invitation to visit bowed glasses and reading a newspaper to distinguish him from "Old .Salt" of his acquaintance as lie thought "ihe told me that she had nover before her in New York? and she had a strong The spaniel immediately would most creditably perform them, and sung since sho came to Campton." on entering went to Texas some years ago and to them carried copies of tho drama. "And to you belongs the credit of having "desire for some acquaintance in the me- looks around and espies the old gentle wrote a letter describing a session of Somewhat to his surprise and greatly to discovered her talent,"' with a smile which' tropolis with whom, sho could pass a few man. He evidently takes him Tor tho Legislature,, everybody regarded it an his pleasure, no i.ne refused to act or ex- indicated annoyance quitfl s much as it weeks each winter who would introduce! old friend, for he places his fore paws as an evidence of extraordinary bad pressed the least dissatisfaction with- his did the opposite. Mr. Ainslee remained her Into thq society that she was so well on the old gentleman's knees and gives manners on the part of the Texan legiscabtof characters. silent. "1 hope she will not henceforth, qualified to grace." The words In quotation marks are hers, two or three harks of delight and inovp Only one thing annoyed him; he know feel above her business. The trouble with. lators that they smoked cigars while his paws once down the old gentleman's occupying their scats, and that none no one qualified to aqt as the leading lady servants is, utve them an inch, and they not ours. Rose is not revengeful, and has asked trousers. The O. G. does in the piece. It was really a difficult role will take take an ell. not recipro- sqemed to object to it- - How much . to play; one that, to its proper performMiss Nason tovisither. Thelatterpossesses "FronrwhatIv have seen of her, I"donot sufficient discernment to perceive that the cate the canine's manifestation of de- worse are the manners of tho present ance, would require no little histrionic-abilit- think Miss Bryant a"p&rson whom anything and light. He places his boot, under the House of Representatives, who aro not on the part f her who assumed it. would cause to neglect her Auty assume invitation is not precisely cordial, fprior dog's ribs, and, with "Get thanks, "owing to a out, vou all from Texas, but' whom tho Speaker In conversation with the young lady who to herself uinvarrantable, aJrs "orhe could declthed'.ft engagement." f" ' curl"' lifts him the entire lengtti of vile was compelled a day or two ago, to rewas to play the part most important after not avoid saying. Esther Vernon soon to change hernatne jcar. The pup, no doubt, would tho mind that a rule existed prohibiting that of the hero and heroine, he mentioned Miss Nasou bit her lips, and the hot have passed most of each winter withMrsr his dilemma. blood crimsoned her sallow cheeks'. She floor. This has Ainsleo and, returning to Campton had continued on his mad career wereitnot smoklig on the disregarded rulelate, "I think Rose Bryant the very one you said: of for the tension of the rawhide thono- at- been shamefully need," she said. "Since she took part in tho play, on marvelous tales to tell of the mansion on tached to the wrist of his Avenue, nnd in which mistress. "she and it has not been an uncommon . "Rose Bryant? I do not remember the Fourth of July, she has.never .seemed they live. These the manner anew and exchanges a glance of indignation with having heard the name before." stories kindled to sec the members of both sides quite, as before, and I haventtributed the incfnitpnca nf tw change to the praise then.i,.;ied unon increased tue uitterness rankling m Miss her conipanion at this evidenca 'Kh is tlift nrivnt matches, light their c of strike their them vociferously cigars, Mason's breast rorwiiich purpose wo "man's inhumanity!' to dogs, Nason's younger daughter you know his her." while and smoke half "suspect they were narrated. ho Ider daughter, Ella and r fancv her sit"Indeed!" At any rate, Mr. and Mrs. Ainslee, dog whines, the passengers snieker iollin" bark in their chairs. Tho re- -' uation Is not a particularly-desirablone, And the monosyllable bad n inflection whether in their mansion on Avenue After a minute or two thq stern pas", suit was that Mr. Ferry Belmont beowing to Ella's domineering ways. Rose that signified a great deal. or nruieirsuimner resiueuco in uampion feengl?? Is heard from once more, jjg cause quite ill, and so .did good but is as nice a girl as ever lived, and very After a brief conversaM&n longer, Mr, a"re perfectlv'happy', and is'stifflcieritr shouts : "Conductor, is thw a smart, but she seldom goes into society." homely Judge Holnlan, and .they ir " Ainslee left the'house. Fred. F. Foster in Balloii's Monthly. "That accounts for my ignorance of her. The following Sunday nointug. tho difnantly protested against such pollu. . The tall blonde is equal to the emergen. You think she would take toe part well J" members of the choir were surprised to see Hendricks, oAnofiana, cy, and, looking 'Straight in the in- tion of an atmospherev already lauea be asked. Rose take a seat with ther less surprised peculiar aroma exhaled by the . I do, assuredly." than they were her doesn't play billiards. "When I came quirer's eyes, murmurs softly: j jt with the "With her other duties, would she have voice, so superior, in when they heard any to settle up" for the first game I ever was not for brutes the conductor woabl crowds of idle and not too clean Amei-ica- n every time to learn the part in sa&sen-fcitizens of African descent who a re- previously nBiUngjth theirwav. toEven played,1 he swys, 'I was told it was havo told you when you were getting own".-hearsal next Wednesday evening?" the clergyman and mest congrega- - three dollars. IIow so.J I asked. on." Tho O. G. glares, the passengers occupy the galleries dairy, and who the "I think she could manage it in a single or sleep as inclina TCHlHg." n8S5 "'X5? J 'Becauso yon were so lonjr,' was the laugh, the girls look pleased, andthe listen to the r " Jtqcnester "Then the only question is, would she on their ears. surly passenger soon getsou. N.?, tion serves. nusnington I have never tried billiaruV reply. Anil sCnes JJnion. .B&KMkeitf" Mr. Ainslee suddenly oosleiVed tbe dea aoain" Indianapolis Journal. twits ' hon-killers dove-lik- o apple-blossom- e new-com- out-of-do- or s very-goo- kind-hearte- biter, by tho same lady, introduced Miss Bryant herself. wh?m he found a petite brunette of agreeable if not fault- mouth ,reSular firmness, self.'poSon. prole, whose age could not have been raoro than twenty. comment. on semnshen was, "She'll do frho nart to perfection." 1inu iirsi reuearsai con firmed this inH""f sl?n anu, at each subsequent rehearsal.110 !m" proved upon tin ff play was performed, on IndeiendMKll?a she outdid her trn.-..- . Every word she mail .,ws exactly what was Intended, and her gestures were quite in harmony with the text. ! tho va," rious love passages between herself and Mr. Ainslee as heroine and bero she manifested such genuine feeling" is,would not be supposed anyone could exniDt pavo toward tho veritable object of heraffc"on-Theplawas, mostomphaticallv, success; and, at its conclusion, crowds of people rushed to Mr. Ainsleo to congratulate 'and thank him. "Please offer your congratulations a,,(i thanks to Miss Bryant rathor than to me," returned that gentleman, looking toward the Eirl who stood near him i her cheeks flushed, her eyes sparkling withercit5 ment. "To her, especially, is tie success of my innovation due." All did as he requested save'Ell Nason, who was profuse m the encomiums on Mr. Ainsleo, but had aO word of commendation for Rose. Sbetwas ll0t willing to take any step w hich Vould lesson the distance, that, in her opinion, ought to intervene between herself, a daughter of the w ealthiest msn"m Campton, and a servant. T After this Mr. Ainslee met Rosa each Sunday at church, and etch Thursday whSc1 latevening at the prayer-intet'"ter he came to atteud guarly, having Iearnwd that she wa never absent from it; and tho more ho sow of her, the more interested in her did he become. Once he escorted her from tha vratrjv here tho evening service was holden to the hiime whoro she was employed, and herv conversation-cha- ste iu diction, derated iu tone, thoughtful n sentiment convinced him that"she was fitted for quite another sphere than the one she occupied. Miss Ella Nason was thirty years of age, at the lowest estiniaterand her chances of ever becoming a wife dallyKrew fewer. A state of "single blessedness" was exactly what sho Sesired not to cnjsy, and to nVs avoidance she would hardly have hesitated to adopt any tactics. For Mr. Ainslee though much younger than herself she had conceived a warm liking, which she took no pains to conceal, whenever they "were thrown into each other's society. Iu the heyday of her youth she had nspired to become the wife of some man of high social position; now, she was less particular. Her father wasamplynbleaml quitewilling to give her an establishment, and very likely Mr. Ainslee would be ready to accept her and the establishment, tossoon as he km'w they were to be had for Ijha asking. On. his part.there was no ignorance of the of things withsUiss .Sason, and the thought of her transparent plans called many a"smile to his face. Srf for from reciprocating her regird, he had an antipa thy to berfrorii the first; as a lrfef s,tudv of her, manner was sufficient to convince any one that she was imperi ous, affected such a person as no sensible' man would solect for hu wile. The various invitations that she had extended him to call upon them', ha had refused; the first that be received 'after forming the acquaintance pf fRoso he accepted, solelv in the hope of ieieing the latter. But, during the entire evening that ha whom the above conversion -t- hat "Rose will take J&? holden T' J umn... vet-'effort- . tom to accompany Rose honie as he did s and thus, two evenings in the week he had tho pleasure of being with her alone for a short time; and a pleasure, indeed, it was to both of them. Along in. September, as he and Rose wore on their way from a rehearsal, the latter said: "Next Saturday evening will bo my last rehearsal with you," "Your last rehearsal with us I" exclaimed Mr. xUnslee in surprise. "Yes. Tho year for which I engaged with Mrs. Nason expires ono week from next Tuesday, and she informed mo this morning that after that time she should require my sorvices no. longer." "What reason does she assign for not Early Chickens. Those who do not havo a good tion and a Kood house will Tuid ithbett not to onpgo in raising early chickeS-ifaet, who cannot with earnestues3 and pleasure3 will in it M it for their interest not to try to nil-,- , ohicks until warm weather. But th who have a good house situated in" warm dry place where there is plent'v of sunshine, and who are deenlv tcrested in tho business, with sbSe practical knowledge of it, mav eno-ain it with a good prospect of" makinV moro than he made by the production of eggs alouo; but to do so they must ever keep in mind that it is necessary to, as far a.s possible turn winter into spring, at least so far as the poultrv n eno-ac- FARM AND FIRESIDE. 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I w as 1$ andup with get could two month, EEsfCtTXM HKU"' no reiief until I tried your Hop Bitters. Tj Relief at Once. those suffering from dcb'tlif y or any one in feeble health, I cordially recommend them--. e. acting as a stimulant of ibcfetd-ucjnei her excites nur lrr'titi s them, n u ions sluee l.y HoKettt-r'- l M.uai hllBitters. TM flue ii ie exertt degree Hie i .iil-itmi tion upon of t - irKM. without lin tig Irritation. and Is for l rt'rndaptedfurtbc r.urpthan ua- c .1 exclran i .. ' en resorted in. frer and m,uad sloane e, sup-plne r - tit a dlunttc natcfe, Unhealthy or inactive kidneys cause gravel, Bright's disease, rheumatism, and a liorde of otlier serious and fatal diseases, which can be prevented with Hop Bitters if taken in time. Ludington, MIcIl", ' EebV ,"1879. I have sold Hop Bitters for f6ur years, and there is no medicine tlwt surpasses 'theni for bilious attacks, kidney complaints and all disclimate. eases incident to this-malari- H. T- - Alexamjek. j BITTED -- , id WEVW ui tjy ii-- . -. j coAUJ 4K . toSaBEjl Not a liquid or ijeimi C. Stoetzel, GOS Fulton .t, Chicago. BL. J. JrWjJSEjBBaE snufl. Applied ILEMI.NISCE.NCKS Tlt OF ROCHESTER. Price tea-spoo- n Bo-sid- es j -- real-conditio- r-- self-wille- ns e fi . "Ibfhevoj-ouandnppreciat- a-f- ew -- minutes. ll e for-hogs- it-w- as two-thir- over-doin- g, Ethr t, d. farm-wor- k n, pea-mea- l. . piano-stoo- l. , " '" n corn-feedin- g ll - - como-sooner- ," e Great M;znltmlc. 4 Tho present floods, which are either devastating or threatening tho county in ev- Tiilj poroaj iJarter H ery directiou, are justly cause for appre- tbaoiuU tU ua errr hension. No matter whether they como Bxe. coraUiuiS wit'i I3B rirtaej ef suddenly or by slow dwrreeg, they are, in I C3aa.tnuuns and ex lsmSvJ s ILmEm woiutorfal ia ennne dJseasei whero lu por 1 HT case, a trreat evil and much to be " either mil ftlhr ttra h& Crick u tLe Back and -r ... :.ttt i j j l'j.n 13 1 js s or L.mbi,Sti2 Jojnti and Mjwle, t jviiicrimi win uiwuys u? urenuiiu, utiui rUe.raatism. Keeralia, Soro troublod by these spring overflows. Prob Udsejr Troubles, Heart and LiTer, and all pains orChest, Affections of tli - Try ably one of tho most disastrous that 11 as la iCT part cored i;itantly by the Ilay Ittuter. I y-arhea uo. 1tc m"1 '" orf'nr" over known, occurred in Rochester, N. Y., B A UMP"'"-i'ac'i on S cent n! Dto for S! !,7 G oa Si about twenty years ago. Tho Gai eBeo River, just above the falls, whore 8am Ilj 1 luxter Company, Proprietors, Bo&too, Haos. Patch made bis final ami fatal leap, betorm-in- g came completely blockaded by ice, au mijmssalile dam, andthe water coming down tho Genosee ltiver overflowed the ra ot EyFiT constipate of tho, principal portion of tho city of Rochester. boirelj takeHawley'sn. tnmachappetite and diseases eent 13 aid repeated This catastrophe would tho present year had not the energy and "foresight of the city authorities prevented it. The writer happoned to bo iu Rochester I H at that time and was greatly interested in When iKaTCjrel n a iia in merely lo f. nfnr tho manner in which this great catastropho atuueanduv Iintanar. nuaM Every few moments, a roar eaca-a- . IhavHtndf t th u was averted. ot FITS, H'lLl Y like the peals of thuuder or tho booming of orFAJXINGS t'Klt alif.cares. Ueer.osn ottit r biro to care the ue nearu, ana moraer to soo remedy no rca"n' n rt.o v rtcj nat-u'o- . cannon would .. n at t fjijedu UotUe of my Im uiiolo a this ico blasting process, the writer wont once for a treatise aal and Pool Gire building, remMy for a tn.u an- mil cure Tiu it Cutgj,a I to tho top of tho new Warner n9ttU2 which overlooks the Gonesee River. From A IdresJ LK IL U. - kjT, 143 furl t., New York. see the here he was not only onabled to process uninterruptedly, but a'so the magI.TI j, TTTTS gfrcj-nificent building which has just been ELASTIO TRUSS Ti is is unquestionably the finest 75?XV2isssis5?3 -. devoted to business and manuoriwup si;.t.p yiiih , ro facturing purposes in America, being enwi ruemi ,, r.a acnaiULL jBf ;uTmtf- r.i' u.iti tt niei lrulM!-it t.t i tirely fireproof, eight stories high, and conTRUSSjv pre 3es ' theballi iihf C taining over four and a quarter acres of V Teron does "With the rtfir.trer flooring. Jlr. Warner treated your correv tlte 11 iwa is lie h ur spondent very courteously, and in tho f uraT 'can! a ItfcMdr ECCLFSTQM Hi Cinu'arifTw. ecu- -. of tho conversation snid: " We aro doing a tremendous business TRUSS CO., 00 Do rtorn St., Chicago, III. and are far behind in our orders. Thi-- Ij Sent free the season of tho year when popple, no RUSSELL & CO.'S in Im matter how strong their constitution may TlirehliiB JIole be, feel, moro or loss, the pain and indispjn.w 1'inveri, Enclnca position, tbe headaches., colds, neuralgia, Mills V1.1 rheunia'ism, dull pains, sore throats, fori"armuml Plantation ne. A.'kicoughtj all tho 1,001 ills that flesh is heir Mu4i..i,i.RU5SELL &. CO., Masslllon, O. to come this time of tho year. If at all. It RS i3 natural, therefore, that we should bo very PlSrfS rENEDV FOU CAJARiH busy. This is specially truo of our Sato Rheumatic Cure, nnd it is crow ding us very Exsytorse. A certain cure Nottxrei''ve Tliree sharply for a new remedy." treatment In i.ood for told "Singular, but I had forgotten that you nonths'Head. Uemlarheone prkiw Jtav Fevtr, Ac. lli77inrw. l.i the do not advertise to cure nil diseases from ruiycents. Ily ail Dropt's oriiymaiL ono bottle, as is dono generally by many k. T. JIAZKLTINI, Wurren, Pa. other medicine mou, but I supposed Warner's Safe Cure was for tho cure of rheuma- AGEHTS WANTED '& F.Yy Z tism." ill ktj,i a pair tlnn Machine) ever lnvrwwa. n " And so it has bcon until our remedy KOCtlnsirtihllKKI.and'XOKcomplrte jfIniw oi 1 U tnlaate?. It a IU alM knit a great Tarti ty , which was especiilly for rhoumntism and irKUrlith-relalwvsan adv mark-- t. t nd neuralgia, was introduced. VTo have leon If T ctrcclar and terms o ih Twomfoly Iwnlttlne three years perfecting this new remedy. ainchlne Co., UM Trt uont Strrt I, Boston. JUsi. Study first taught us there were certain powerful elenionts in "Warner's Safo Cure, "THE BEST S THE CHEAPEST." hotter known as "Warner's Safo Kiduey and S A W M faB M & THRESHERS, , LlverCtu-ethat made wonderful cure3 in MILLS, (HsUStPoKHJ, chronic and acute rheumatism, but during ForaJI Frw ramnh'.et our investigation, wo learned of a remark-ubl- o apd PneestoTho and rairnoaes. ) nc for UTansfleld. Ohio AuiunaaiTajlorCo-- . cure at a celebrated springs, and put expei ts to investigate and found that the LfiOV AnOntSnenlemclcTineiil springs did not contain any valuable propand co' "? aellia? Qaecn City erties, but tho course of treatment that was pjklrtandhtoeklnr; BapporUrs. eta Free. Address Queeu beinc glveu there was performing all tho CitjrSusicmlerto.,Ciacuinti.O benefit- - By carefully cotnbiningtho active principles of this remedy with our Safo The FflD IfllCC Cure, wro have produced our Safo Rheumatic lUn ILAUIuO IICC stamp KniDdest article. Send UOCi fur lhutrau-- circular , Cure, and the cures it is effecting are sun G.F.VJtlt, TS Etsex Strceu Bouon. Mass. jdy wonderful, nnd I do not doubt it will bocqme as popular as our Safo Cure." A WEES to Agents, Automatic Tixtr nres; sell at slht Sample, StOc. OEO. " You seem to talk frcolv in recard to Boston, lias. TV. GKEXN. 20 ctntrtl btappear to have no so- your remedies aud crets, Mr. Warner." 3ood rar far Agent. SIOO to SiiOO ptr "Nona whatever. Tho physician with j mo. m alio sellln: our fine Jtooks Illlilca. his "hundred calls and one hundred diseases, Write to J. C. JIcfnnlytCo., Clnclnuutl, O. is necessarily compel'ed to guess at a great Wboleiale and retail. Send for deal. We nre enabled to follow up and Ojodswnt C. 0. D Wigs made lo order. perfect, while physicians can only experiVi. BCI'MIAJL 11 State Street, Clllcago. their hundred patients and hunment with rrturn mail, inn l)rrrl;lla dred disoases. "H ith the ordinary physiNow TnlIorrstrni of cian, the code binds dim down, so that if Cutting IHWUI to,ufi..it,o. ho makes a discovery, ho is bound to give it to tho othor physicians, w hich, of course, MdWJISKYH.VniT.S cored discourages investigation, to a great ex- nDSII II oteofnar aihoaii wilhoutpam tentThis Is whv tho creat discoveries in tlca.ara sent free. UiL oomi v. M.D.. Atlanta, medical science of late years havo been J AIIOM1I nnd ltOlM) Irr three lire mado by chemists and scientists and not onnc lien tr Ladle, n each coniity. Jby physicians, and it Inn measure accounts CO., Ihilwlelphia. P W ZIEl.LEK for tho great value of our remedies, also s for tho remarkable success of allthoso UUiig ALESIISEBKO JaneiTtiIe,Wls. who make a specialty of one or two Qrcalarifreo. tVi0l Trti eiye you a situation. diseases." MOINTII. Asrents Wanted. 9I besi " And-yofind that you are curing as world 1 samnl great a number of peoplo as ever before?" $250 AddrrsJ JAY IlttOh'SQN, BrrcoiT, 1RLI. MlCU. "Yes, a far greater number. "We never sold so much of our medicine as now and never knew of so many remarkable cures." The writer departed after tho above interview, but was greatly impressed, not only by the sinceri'y of Mr. Warner, but by tho vastness of all ho saw. Mr. Warner's medicines aco ued throughout tho enwe tire length and breadth of the land, and era doubt not tho result thoy tre effecting bo. really as wondorf ul as they are related to y-- falls or the Genesee ami Sura Xatch'tf fatal T.enp Ono or Its lliixiness lloutc uml IU K HAY-FEVE- m$?$& .. SSfc B with the finger. Thorough treatment will cure. CAGN Health U.S.A. r at drartat aeenjfcbyn LJ.Y I!.(J lHhlir 1'iuugjiu, Oweso.Il ? CTOlAr Ixtroit." . andjappiness. tO DO A'S OTHERS have DONE. H I-I- disordered? Are vour Kidnevsfrom my crae. Kidney Wort brought mo uit 13- - H. W. Dererattx, llechamc, Ionia, lUeb. th-- AGTP?ra CT 1 1- .- I 'i, -M "ITl'rB'y Wort cored uw nertons weafcnes S nl t. 1" I wa, vrwwl t.t llww " Mr M. IL K. S 0Mdynn,Ba.Cltristi!i Monitor CITeland,0. "Kidney Wort cored mo when my water lute cnaiK ana isn iiko uinoa.' Frank WiUo rt Are your nerves weak? frn nt Have you Bright's Disease? was Suffering from Diabetes ? Jurt - S- 5"'--- BACICj "KtdrMT-Woremedy I hare tithe most lmmedinta erer nsIL HlrM Almost svctrul relief.' Pr.I,aUlpC.BaUoa,MonVton, Vt. vHH 1 -- Have vou Liver Comnlaint? ctchroalS lirtr Diseases rlayedtodie I tad to lnoy-Wo- rt LlTei-nils- . Dairy Ward, late Cot CKhSat Ocard,K.T. roil put of bed," have-bee- n fiSi" El TO! i I lame aching? Is your Back laineandwaen I iraaso bott'enred mo "Kidny-Wort.- 'l Cf IL Talinagc, HiliTankee, Wis. i ( ijat-xly. Havo y'ou Kidney" -- Disease? made. me sound Inllrer and kidneys ki after years tf tmftsoreesfTil tiouorins. Its worth I Sl a box." S&m't liodzes. TnilaauUnni, i ct a. "KMnoy-Wo- - I'r.-- i i 1 I i- rao after Are you Constipated? cured causes eay evacution and n 1 " years us cf other helson FatrcbUd, SL Albans, mrdi-ines.- t. com-Elete- d. !, I "OJie-Wor- Ej remedy i bare rt you Haveku done,Malaria?any otier better J eTr used la nyr practic." 1 ft - , sif-Ad- M .114 j 1 , EMney-Wohaa done me more fcood tian any other remedy I havo esw talen." Jlra. J. T. Oallomiy, Elk Flat, Oregon. Are you Bilious? i ci nn-- Are you tormented "mth Piles? mfLiHa ure-rf- . n.W rVi.o MwnmtnaiuVi. it to Btf." GlLHrCierM.Bank?'Mjerstownira. j wruM"., pS Aro you Rheumatism racked? die by physicians and I l nUTercd thirtr years." JJbndgo Ualcohn, West Eatli, Maicc "Kidniy Mcrtf red me cf liar tr uules off MTpniTiLrastir i..-Vanv fr.endsriso an! tiraibe t iIX8.U.Lamoreaax,IaIeLaiIutle, Tit. 8 lu" ' T.firlins. -i nre vou sufferinc? -- 3 wm?&&& f? If vou would Banish Disease! and gain nealtn, x&ko i The Blood Cleanser. IS UNFAILIHQ I B s Bprtiiii-- s C &mm mm . I W HtF Sickness, Convul sions, St. Vitas Dance, Alcoholism, Opium Eating, Scrofula, anrj all Merchants, Bankers, Ladits'arul Bcdentarv employment causes Kcrvous Prostration, Irrecularitiea oi tbc blood, stomach, Kldncrs, ot who require a ncrro bowels tonic, appctizerorstimnlant, SamarilanXerv-i- m Is invaluable. - , ...v. si tr iEailepiic Fits; Nervous and Biood Discascsr T fen, CJTo Clergymen, Lawyers, Literary tvhosa all lr-.3l- $2! ' i proclaim it the must wonderful Invigor-a- nt sinking system. 51.00 per notiie. TheDR.S.A.RlCHMOND MEDICALCO., Sole Pro CThQUsaq3s that Cvcrsustain-cd- ,,. fgiliHSf -, a. t ilSD (13) IIL price-lis- t. prietors, St. Joseph, Mo. Sold by all Druggists. L039, STO'JTEHBURS & SJ!I CMgal Chbfl A. wrlUBi ft" U-- - PILE "trtCaF rM Bssutwi nntfifalllbfy cure tor !Mle. dmcgtsrB, of rrc&JSl froraman sent smirtf a br M -- "AMkesis"S5a?S?S Mat-ra, re. AtL'AA"AJKEIM,f uo, iox ELIXIR $65 l ors vl i DTsrs ntinD knriMt UMm wrk rsus ak strtHBaa 1w mm Ui-A- - d"C-or- (." Ua.L.baiTK iwi riV)psllrbrl assslaHt ssast l lA La. lO.,iETBt,riJtu, m. u ih GEUIHE BERMUDA GRASS. SS pef caUdn. J."V. CneneyTlUe, s .would'-wonde- " "bis-hea- rt Sent free to sufferers from nervous, chronic and blood diseases, brain and heart affections, nervous debility, etc. It tells Df wonderful cures'c fleeted by Dr. Scott's Coca, Beef and Iron, with Phosphorus. Sold by druggists; 51. Dr. Scott. Kansas City, Mo". A messenger of Health. Are Ainiy Son aM Planted in Half a Million IMS Mens! - ash - -- uj ine' says a the opposite. "You claim too much for Samaritan Kerv skeptic Its patrons say just . . txThlrt Year's Catalogue Free. on Application. 35 &37 CORTUANDT ST. -ItTE-cv- t srjoua:. e Bnows's 'BnoNcniAL Tnoc'nES will relievo 'Bronchitisr'sVsthma, Catarrh, Con-- j sumptiveiand Thrv. Diseases. They are used alicavs with aubd'success. 8tinginj;4rritation, all Kidney and der Complslnts.cured by Buchu-Paiba."Sl- Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. Blad- CAW8ER The experience In tho rrcarafent of Cancer tlth Swllt'a Specific S.&) would aeem to warrant ns la tcoarfre. sartnit thit It win cure'fhlt tnach dr aded wlUi us. Persons so afflicted are (nTlted to correspond Swlf fs Specific has aiTed my life. I had I belleTe virtually lost use o f tho upper rwy of my body atd my arms from the poisonous effects of a large canter on wll'cli I had suffered for twentjrycars. S. S. 8. has relieved me of all soreness, and the poison is betnz forced oat of mvaystisL I willsoon be well. rayne-cfcrio- - Thousands of ladies cherish grateful remembrances of the help derived from tho use of Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound. "Wells It I wi t""n,a",?'Irnn; restore and produce a 1' ioTJ fTia(I entirely different from all otiera. It Is as clear Jt name indtcatca U a perfect "Rough on Corns.' 15c. Ask for permanent cure. Corns, bunions. m hiilr to its natural co.or, nt w crowtn TiberFlt has 1aUen off. It docBnotinany manner affect the health, which lead and nitrate ot silver preparations 5y2f?! It will lanxehcht or faded hair In a few diyKto Immediately free the head Hale's Hones- - of Ilorehonnd and Tar Cures throat and lunr; affections. Don't trifle. Pike's toothache drops cure in 1 min. Skinny Men. " Wells Health Renewer" restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia ing or itching piles. At druggists. Dr. "VViluams' Indian Pile Ointment. "Wan anted to cure any case of blind, bleed- So. anclonatl. b'-il- Blossy tmjvni. AsK yonr drnirslst 1 warrantrd. Jto. D. Par.K , and C X Carrrexroi-- . . Y. O t H9sHfts ITST . M dJI sJ 1 DiYlsboro, Ga. TV. 1. Kop-soTwo months ago my attention Vas called to th case on her shoulder at ora oman afflicted wih a cancer auerv. pa'aful. and least five InclKS in clreamfercncc th rsUent no rest day Qrn!gai for six months, obtained a supply of Swifi?a fSpedlc for her. She has, taken Ave bottles, and the ulcer is entirely tealed renulrtcjr. ber health li upenlr Very small scab past; aeems and be perfectly to better than for aro years H. Cajetbixl, Columbus, U a. cured. Bet. Jsssb THJC - si-h- t e -- f .. -- i.i. . tbt Rzddino's Russia Salvo Is an invaluablo dressinfr for Inflamed and soro Joints Price S5i Don't Die In the House. Rough on Rats." clears out rats,mIce,flies,roaches.bed-bngs.l5- c me of Epilepsy." Jacob Sutrs,St.Joseph,Mo. crows, cleared out by "Rough on Rats-"15"DiuRicumon-d'-s Tiimora, TtTlcera, Hcrofula nu skik wunout ibo IStS2rLos,,J'IJ'-'X"1-. JJlszasBS. "" Httlerain. For addrew v ' c,ncFLA,M JL3ra T ZZST Aurora. Jaan sjo., ill. iataMlshi-dIKML Vnr he(nrt(lf Ciineera. STITTTCPU. Tn; Incnrporaiea, , Treatise on Blood and Ekln Diseases mailed 1m. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..Dwer3, Atlants, Gs. XewTork 0aee.l59"tVest'isd8t.,bet.6thandTthATi. S "-'-- "i wtwc. " dog-car?- SWILSON'S LIGHTNiNG SEWER i? 22S rol.Ii?to,, Y Vo.ri-ante-U or at-thi- s Saramitan Nervine cured bed-bug- ! remedy above dua.se;Dy tuethonsanda of caies oIXbR worst Knd ana of lor.z linsbaTV beaj Tcured. 1 laJeert. sostrontrlsmv talui t I.. mtunt TU7n Ttf l"l'l I'D Tl OP . .u.. K.. will J?elir lift 'VAIiUABQS IRE ATtSK en thU dlsedac, to any sufferer. filToErpresanJ P. o addrtra. w Tort DK. X. A. SliCUlt.aaHearl St. , I bare a posture CONSUMPTION or 5 Flies, roaches, ants, rats, mice, c. ST-nn- n? .J? '? 5 dr-bates cr. Public speakers and singers use Piso'i Ctt far hoarseness and weak lungs. AT.,I,I!,P TIUJ WIWOXiEWvOMt,",,?'11''1- -Ctnln .i ii iu,, Chleitoor.ltw' iorst. SINE n. X f"EPPV.TnjM Sptosu.rsn-roroes?e BrsxUxr. CO ,gHHs,7tTols.V. . Macblno In tho & yean. nnd Clrenlar- Flftb Mreel, CiBCtBnt, Ohio. A. K. K.-- E. 'fm I IssilV ..al.... I.V4rallnrr.lill 960 imntly proenredina I .. Mktntrt... a - wnx ssty y sssw tmm abtiktukii wirmta v MM ssinii si ULT, svt- - td aj 4Ai s. -- v- mmwmgm i - t ;. J T3 There r.lmp.irft ll?n otlif C n. f "Riskmi Tiiullnv rr i. PROCEEDINGS. lumber of cab.es of actual suficr-- , copal cliurch, seut'a fund to llick-m- g COUNCIL and ebiitnlioj, froih the re-- , man for the benefit of flood snf-eeMarch 18, ,1834. B Fur MirtEK. flood m the "bottoms" above, ferers, which was disbursed by CouncilHickmav. Ky., to adornment. met pursuant gSfe . We are authorized o announce Judge and below Hickman. flV&are Mr. Pindar. The Knights of Present, Mayor MeCulchcn; tountiiinen B. K. WALXEK, as a cmdidate for the mn Beknian, French, Moore, Shaw, damage o.iv u v uuu - ritiAtt iii:iL iiii! iiniinr n w nnrnw iii.i;ii castmrr and Witting. j tm of9ce of Sheriff at the ennui ug Auguit tiiiiiu iiiMaurus reierred fo are really uivuu. upon mo waters, signalizing REDUCED worthy objects or i,nritv Tlio the noble practical ctiarity of that Vy3S? We arc authorized to announce Capt, V .:te?I blb! ti"lr before the Conned nn1 State left $100 in ti.o bands of the Order. We hear also 'of much Tartics appctred A SHlCK, as a candidate for the office of on amenu, Mayorand county Judge, wo learn, quiet charity at the hands of tho complained of chnnRM gentle Annie, has come once more, and with it the lamb-lik- e (?) month jr aennof county at the ensuing action was uken which has no doubt been used ju- ladies societies of the Methodist .vhereupon tht following on stocK, stricken of March, and we would jr. Auuxt eiectiiT. remark, that one uf thoso raisetl J. W. Cowgill, diciously and well,, bntat was too and Episcopal churches. small an amount to relievo the caI'VT.T1-- ' ESTi IL Knocrr & &c, reduced on elo'p0. Mr. Arnold Hunsacker and ). ICrs. Cook. State Librarian, is ses of actual distress, and the apF. Kneerr, minced on rcsidenc, xleM tl pej dangerously ill, at Louisville. peal must be made to the liberali- Lewis Russell, Hickman young A. C. Holms, reduced on piano, H. - j& men, after an engagement of sevOn motion Council adjourned. fjr which this month is so noted, wafted into the city of Hickman, ono of You can ave 25 per eent in pric. and ty of our citizens to hefp these eral months with It. MiiiCa Mortimer's draCO jeretnt in quality bv buving FURNI unfortunate people. We think the matic company, have returned. tie largest, finest, and most superb stock of SPltING CLOTHING State ought to have disbursed a They TUBE at purchased of a that has traced the counters of any merchant, for, lo, these many seasons. are of tho Hickman cornet Gov. Knott has 'em larger amount of the flood E.T. GARDNER'S. Tl lusi goou. arc w uo iouiiu uiine low price uou?c oi jiljUiivmj-Abaud, and wo hope will rovh e that gentleman in Woodford county a to the overflowed sections tempcranoo convention for yA &M institution. WELL, who have placed prices on them, that will pair of coach horses for Obion county-i- to meet in Trov, above and below Hickman, but it V II? 5 didn't, and our erood ueopip must The only two business houses . wwnirtrraE3aiaaM am on ine sua. Mr. H. J- At Campaign draw on home charity.to help the left standing at Corydon, aroKing wood, of Hickman. Clubshas perfected Ky , : A larrc- m.anLitv of. "PAR. For & Harness, and O. L. & H.A.King. by which he can funiuli the LY ROSE Irja.j Poutvcs f jr nale, a. oOets cases reicrreu to. Cociueu and the LouUTille a bushel bv Mrs. Faunio Rranhain, dangh-A bill is before Coi grcss to HickmanCouricr.Jourr.al, combined, to new Weekly JNO C, ROPER, terot 15. Mathews, whose marriage elect postmasters, and U. S. off- sulrcribers for the Rmall sum of S?40 a G niilcM from Hickman. wjis. announced iu the1 Courier, icers by the people. year. This special arrangement w offered jV'---f : r. only for this year, with the desire and exon the Gth inst., we are pained to The Oglesos liavo given bond, Jackson, Tenu., suffered a dis pectation of increasing the circulation of and bo&i released from the coun- learn, died, at her father's home, astrous lire last business suits They can show vou in mens wear choice WUl'K, UIO 10SSCS these Democratic papers during the aptlwonntitv m. tt.il,ii.at ,r ty jail. proaching Presidential campaign. Natuea at $5.00 and SS.U0; choice all Wool business suits at $10.00; 12.50; 15.00; to bout 100,000. learn that the fairyonug bride and (amouut,n- secured in bin club will be gent to any p. O. aid 18.00; Imported Diagonal and Figured "Worsteds, in Sack, Frock Trade is very good so rc are dutiful daughter was taken sick The "bottoms" left like a deso-o- nddrew-- . Ho furnishes the Cottntr Journal, satiu lined, at 15.00; 17.00; 1S.00; 20.00; and 22.50. advised, among our merchants the day of her marriage, and' late waste by the flood will bo at $1. CO, and the Hickman Coca-i- er and Cutaway stvlcs, bovs nnd Neat aud Stylish childrcns Suits at $2.50; 3.00; 4.50; 5.00; alone, in the club of 100, at 1.25. who advertise. lias slowly lingered, growing daily groaning with corn this fall. Tho Coumeb, or a's high as 14.00. Address the Hickman 7.50; 8.00; 10.00 aud Parents are invited to inspect H. J. ATW0OD, Threo Cairo ydnng ladies 1 worse, uuiu ucatn clainieu ner on bulk of the bottom land will bo this line, which we consider far superior to anthing ever offered before iu Wednesday young bride- cultivated. Hickm.", Ky. were drowucu, Friday last in the groom, who lust. Thein either PRICK or QUALITY. grew up this counaicp water, iu that city. Of the bl00,000 appropriated We think wc "A if the nail on the head," when we remark that he (or ty, and come from his distant home, . he, as thotcasc may be) must be fastidious indeed, that cannot find both Arkansas, to claim lifs brido and by tho Legislature to tho flood Workmen recommenced sufferers, onlv ? 10,000 was expenlooking through our elegant assortment. price and .style, to suit, after , brick on tho now furniture fac- bear nor to his howf, must be, N. B. "We are closing: out winter Goods, cmlmioing all HnGs in T)rv, A war'riageaud a fu- ded by the Goiiunittec. , Tho baltory yesterday. neral following so quickly is a sad, ance will bo returned into the Goods, winter Clothing, Overcoats, heavy Boots ifce., at prime cost. Now Mr. and Mrs. Jo Curry, of sad reality, and the hearts of all Stato Treasury. is your tune to secure choice bargains. Are now in old new Ciiro, are visiting frieuds and rel- will go out tenderly to the bereav! Leaders and Makers of Low Pmces, UttrrlC(I, atives in Hickman. ed bridegroom, father, relatives stand, and are receiving largest assortOn March. 10th, Mr. C. 1. Ayors to Mi Dr. Warrick CowgiU, formerly alld friends. Amanda McLain. . . ment of of Hickman, has been elected city Jas. T. Stcphona has been con- COI.ORK1) is what a great That paysician oi rauuean. firmed by the Seuate of the U. S., On March, 11th, Mr. John Smith to MJsb many people are doing. Who Made the Low as Postmaster at Hickman. Ho Luev RUckmora. Bishop Kavanaugh, of the They don't know just what makes a good awl accommodating Methodist church, died,' Monday, is the matter, but they have postmaster, and .wo congratulate SOXat Columbus, Miss. l'Or.U'N tiZIONT. a combination of pains and him on his confirmation his conA colored brakesman on the firmation, though a Republican, A Scnsnttotiiil llonx Ahont n Minm aches, and each month they nui mii r"nviijt i;xIotlvI. Illiuois Central road, wub acci- being secured on a petition ruit-ngrow worse. ixr&s&s dentally killed, at Fulton, Monday. signed 1)3 nearly every democratic ritti h to tltr Comraaril The only sure remedy Nashville, Tenn., March J 3. &6.p Tho Courier acknowledges business man iuHickmau; but, wo The Bowling Green (Ky.) Timos yet found is Brown's Iron serve public and tho receipt of a compendium of now .. ..11 l.nrrk I?AT11T tl jreneral no- - has been receh ed bore with a .... f.I.. .1,. R announce to our friends and the pablic Kcnerallr, that welhato Joel 'reeeived Bitters, and this by rapid vwm.t.ii uiviiue the Ccnau3 from Hon. O. Turner. ..a on imat after an iinmeuso ntoek of all kind of Furniture, and solicit iho trade of parties wiib story to tho effect thnt and thorough assimilation and the 4th of that, ing to buy. We can ihow all atyUa of Furnitutc in plain and fancy. Also, a fine line Mr. M. Amberg, Merchant of March, 1S83, they must vacate. The Marsh Polk, the defaulting Slate wo to Hickman, ever with the "blood purifies and nl Tiptonville. is viaiting nickman. Democrats must have these pla- Treasurer of Tennessee, who died enriches it, and rich, strong for cash, and will be old His old friends hero arlways glad ces. We're goiug' to win 'cm at February 20, was not dead, but had blood flowing to every part his freedom, and that a regained to see him. must have 'em. the polls, and of the system repairs the low down, andjvery subject froln a medical college had Maters are dead dull In Hickwasted tissues, drives out a whole corps of Gov- been buried in his place. The Just as man police circles, uot even a ernment engineers are agreed that Times' authority is an alleged to mate our pricc to suit the spirit of the tiniea. Ton en rat assured We disease and gives health aad you neod never learo our to look for th, rijivr oods. o nrorxxta to ell aa miiu p'aiu drunk, or eserciso of pugil- a good and peraanent levee can Nashville man namod Wcstbrook, strength. any retail Furniture itoro in the "I'tirchaat. for weeks. Tipton-villc- , ism, be built from Hickman to who claims to have met Polk at Verr ricctfallv, and that the natural drainage San Antonio, Texas, on his way to This is why Browns Mrs. Keel and a Mr. Wm. 5?.R WILBUEN&CO. Iron Bitters will cure tlcDanieMn the Dr. Rogers neigh- from tho river through the Lake Mexico. Mr. Wcstbrook says he abseuce of any interven- walked ap to Polk and made himkidney and liver diseases, C5f":5.or rooms In new Odd Fellown bailding. borhood, Obion comity, died Wed- and the call before .purchasing else Give us Zkjj-kindn of Impairing done on whort nutic, and In a woriniaallko style. Also ing creek or stream emptying into self known, and that he never saw nesday, of pneumonia. consumption, rheumatism, wo are4.nparel lo'gtveiecial inducementa as the river renders it highly practi- a man so much affected iu his life, neuralgia, dyspepsia, malaOno hundred and flftv lives cable, here comes Hudio Saunwhere and begged and implored him to ria, intermittent fevers, &c. wore lost by the explosion of gas ders asserting that power on not cause his arrest Houses. speak of in a mine at Pocahontas, near earth cau build a levee there that having soou him. Mr,orWestbrook Mr. Simon Bhsckanl, a Lynchburg, Va., Thursday of last will stand!" citirei.of Hayctvi:le, Meads refused to promise, but did agree county, KrntucVy.ijyt; "jjyw'Jb week. matter until been tick for a Ions; tiTB,ial had The river has been rising tiin not to speak of the her Conititution ax aH brclcen The taleuted and spicy Ed past week at Hickman, and rose after he had passed through Memdown and shctat unable tovfalc. "Walker has severed his connec- about phis, but said, UI shall givo tho She wai ad.vuel to uit Urown'i Iran two iuches yesterday, Dittcn, aad fouad i: to votk ttc a tion with tho Anehar and is now though tho present stago of tho whole thing away to the llrst now cha tnj. We wold no now be withiBSBBaV gUgaH assistant editor of Our Country, upper rivers justifies the belief paper man I moot beyond. I know out it for any eouidcration, u ice Union City, Tenn. caatsider it the best took lthe that there is no present danger it.is Polk, havjug known him years MANUFACTURERS OF yrotW." Albert, the son of Prof. H. S. of a flood iu this section. The ago quite well. I recognized him In reply to little, "of Mayfield, died in that Mississippi is rising at St. Louis, at once." Times man a question Brown's Iroi; Bitters"' 6 Mr. only marks Jlfeetouthegago, from tho city, last week. He was r. popn-la- r but is not a drink and does not Polk is not said : while the OhioJTenncsseo and yonng man, and died of heart E contain whiskey, It is the dead. His friends took advautago Cumberland arelalEug. , disease. only preparation of Iron of condition (as Editor Wattcrsin has issued of his 'was sick) and a matterhim The failure of the Louisvillo that causes no? injurious efassisted fact he tobacco houses of D. K. Mason, another fiery- promiticiamento on to escape from tho dutches of tho fects. Get the genuine. and Semonin & Go., injures a great the tariff, ordering Congressman law by means of securing the reDon't be imposed oawith many Southern Kentucky dealers Randall and all otljer Domoeraf s mains of a NashUlle medical imitations. disagreeing with hiaiself on this .. and planters, subject tho subject being question, to pack up bag and bag- substituted for that of Polk, and Mr. Reno, an attache of the gage the Demohardware houso of R. B. Brevard, cratic and get outbf to stand up- was shipped to Bolivar, Tenn., and "rLM3 W Waff party, and not lias invented a new heating stove, on there buried without the people of their going but viewing the same either at Nashthe ordering ; which is pronounced very valuato go at once! ville or Bolivar, and while Polk's SNlrny NottcP. ble and useful. Mr. rucketVMember from frioiids were pretending to grieve Strayed from my home, in Madrid Boots, SI108S, The" Kentucky papers are behis sad fate, they were inah tit tie" lll'li, of FORla, coming fearfully worried with the Ballard, voted to revive the scalp over rejoicing over the ruse by law. This law wis repealed some wardly ne BRiuifi IUy Maiui heavy 'built, UJ present Legislature, and except a ago because! was said that which they had helped to gain his liaMlh IiikIi. no win e aimt trifling Legis- years the State was being robbed liberty." "Polk," further said our few Rrav hair where Lie caddie rubo, tur-'- LADES' and QBNrS TORNISHITO SOODS, &c, it lature in the history of the State. by thousands of dollars annually. informant, "was, when I saw him, intll dents m the left ide of her necV; ATOECO of vcari Wright Riggsby, for thirty AH the other Members from this cleanly shaven, his head covered hhe n about 6 or 9Mousb old. Also at the nme time one Make .years a resident of Xew Madrid, district, we believe, voted against with a wig of dark, long and curly Mui.i-- 13 hind high, C Colored old, has PACKET COMPANY years Queensware, Doors, Saslj, Blinds, 31b., died, last week at Maiden, in it. hair, and iustead of wearing a eork white nose, no other marks except gear Groceries, Hardware, Ghatts unooga leg, as has been his custom, ho mark. Any information concerning the his 74th year. Many years ago he will be thankfully received and almve Arnlcn Riilie. nurklcn'M used crutches, and but for other was a citizen of Hickman. Glassware, Etc., Etc, The Rest Satve in the world for Cuti, peculiarities that ho could not dis- liberally reardctl, A. IV. Uukd, Of the $100,000 appropriated Kruiw. Sorea Ulcefl, SIt Khoum, Fever I probably would never JIand?, Datinall, Lake County, Tenn. for the Kentucky flood sufferers Sorf, Tetter Chapped Cruptions, Chilblains guise, recognized him." 2S!2SK-S-!- and and all Skin the committee only distributed Corns, curcsPilsor no pay required- posi- have story of Mr. Wostbrook's It This H CKMAJi, KY. tively fitrect, CUntoia (UMIT3D ETATSS HUL.) Est ray iVotlcr, about $40,000 of it, and a portion is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction is simply a sensational hoax. ReAnti tho Tnken up as an ch tray,. by Wna. H. st will bo returned unused. of that or money refunded. Trice 25 cents pr porters have interviewed a num- son, JOHN A. BCUDDER, Presl-- 4 livint,' em tlf" "Jrorsotirir road, avo FO RTCXEV5 Drug S tore JOHN P. KEISER, 8upcrintenlent. Capt. J. G. Griffin, tailor, box. For Sale at ber of Nashville acquaintances of nines ouiii oi incKinan, one dark brown (Pllf7f5P'PJ,P A eFGPff THEO. L. ZEIQLEfi Koc'y. --a- Xr old thij that marked leaves for Natchez, MisB., soon, to Mrs. Keith, widow of the late Polk's, and all of theut assertbody Steer, a two years the right, spring,a crop oS, oil" with crop and make that city his future home. Jo. Keith, died at Harris Station, they saw and recognized his A and split in, LINE of botta Said Sleer in Ho is a clover, hightoued old gen- Tenn., Tuesday, and her remains after death and that there is no hilf Jereey. th left ear. 510, by J. P. RUNS St. Loujg to Memphis, and a Appraised at The Creed. tleman, and we regret to lose him were brought throngh Hickman, donbt whatever of his fate. line froxa St. Lotus to Ticks? D. W. as a citizen. bnrg. Wednesday, being. carried to hor story is ridiculod and pronounced Feb. 20, 1SS4.DICKINSON, J. P., F. & Tniio tho GOINO SOUTH. Tho wheat of this county, lato home in Missouri, for inter- a sell. Memphis boats pass flick raa Tce4; ment. She was a truly good wogenerally, is looking very well. a.:m: nights, TbarcJay nights and 5Atnr4xj TIICE I.OVE. FIRST TO RETAIL The fruit, except peaches, not ma- man, and leaves a largo circlo of nights. &&thxjt Ylcksborg btUA W. A. HENSON, There U trae lore, ami jet yon my terially injnred to date, and some relatives and frieuds to mourn her N, C. & S(, L. R'y. Wednesdays and Fridays. Hare llogf rinc doubts about It ; I'll tell the truth anil simply lay . . thiuk thorc will bo a far chance of loss. GOING KURTD. Tliat llfo ia a blank xlthont ito peaches. There i a 1ot both true and strong, Memphis boots pass Hiekueu Itjor-t- y Tho A Stnrtllus fiJscoYer-fA lore that Utters Deter. nlgbta, Friday aigbta and Sunday alcat. Useale's State Gazette haB been It Iiccs on faith and suffers wrens, Mr. Wm. Johnson, 'of Hnron. Dak. Vicksburg boats --Isudays, But lire and lores foreter. waging a vigorous warfare on the write thas hu wife luileen troubled with Such lore la found but once on earth and Saturdays. , The heart cannot repel it teetVold saloons of Dyersburg for. acute Uronchitia for nany yeaig, and that Memphis beats Steamers Cllr of --kaV From whence It cornea or why Its birth. tried cave no permanent re all it. ena, Bto. Geniricvo and John B. Usmie. The tonguo may a year or more. Two new ones lief,remedies procured s bottle of I)t King t Thla lute i mine innever tell all, aplts of Yicksburg boats Stamers Ctty are just starting. Who doubts tho New until lie for Ctnmptionf Cough, Thla Ioo I Tamil choruh; Diicovery ' power of the press? ProTidencc, Bella of Memphis, Sslibus The earth may elnls, the akioe may fall, nnd Colds, which hW magical effect, and TLIe love k City of Cairo, City.of GrocaTiJia 64 utter pcrlah. Ioto It la a UVo that cannot die, Nctcs declares produced a pernKMieKcure. It ia guaran-teCity of Yiokeburg. The Paducah the eoul, lmniortaL llut Diseites Lungs, to Ad'1 with it clcates the atarry f ky that the "ration issuing buBiucssi or Bronchial ToWh. ' of Throat, And paaaea through the porta!. Jail on nearest Ticket Agent, by the Government is an intoleraTrial Bottles Free at Fortune' "Drug Thiu tho lore that cornea to atay UICKMAN, KEXTfrGKY, All other Iotm aro fleeting ; Large Size $1.00. a:hatr 13 Or Address ble nuisance." It was oven so in Store. ' And when they cemejuat turn away AT HOLESALE PuIOGS You can depend upon finding any thing in my house A. Y. Slevons, Hickman, in 18S2, when tho GovIt ia but CuplJ dieting. Wishes to inform the public generally, that kept ma first class FUUNITURE STORE. Capt. C. T. llbritton, of Graves Pass. Agt., Dallat. Tx., or ernment sent rations here for dish is fully prepared to do all kind of Dentcounty, is Chairman of the DemoW. L.. DAXLEV, y istry. tribution. James B. McCrea-rParties wishing farther informaPACKET COMPANY. G.'P. & T. An NashTille, Tchb. cratic Congressional Committee. is formally annouueed as a can- tion, will p'ease call at my Office, firetdoor 'teVwEeB FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt., Iliokmaa. A number of the prominent Say, Captain, if you are going to west of Laclede IIoum. business men of --Sew Madrid have order a primarf election, speak didate for the Congressional nom$1.20 A No. 1 BEDSTEAD.. about aerreed on a proposition to out right now, go that voters and ination in the Eighth District. .$1.75 A Tip Top PANKEL BED,..MM ...'"""Z movo their stores, etc., backjibont candidates cas have a fair chance Memphis, Cairo, S2.35 St. Loiub is to have an exposi- mmu, CL0CE5, and jew&bt, uiiAirwper aett. haUTmile from their present loca and a fair understanding; or, if it tion and has quietly raised $600,-00?2.60 a BUREAUS. tion, to a tract of ground which is to be a Louisville and ... , ..... for the erection of the necessay so, $2.50 TIN SAFES, oxo does net overflow. Eepaired by- sary buildings. and lot the drun tap. ...........20 Gardner's rwrferatp! f!lTATIt SPITS Steamers Mr. D. K. Mason, a tobacco MATTRESSES 90c. SI .25. S;r80 .ml nth.r t .nmnm- f- FRATIIERBEU3 and SOEM, An Eatt Uono Scraping. ANDY BAUM, JAMES Vf. GAFF, formSeiBS Ma PILLARS, 40c per pound. I am also agent for the Light running Diamond warehouseman of Louisville, Edward Shepherd, of HarriaburK, 111.. chine. CONS MILLER, VINT SDINKH erly of Paducah, and well known says : "Having re.eicd so much benefit . N. B. I also hare the fineat lino of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever taSht Kcntncky, has made from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to in westora GRANITE STATE, Keeps the very best mokes of Beer, freh Hickman. Customers politely nerved on short notice. an assignment, and has been ar- let suffering hum"nijy know it. Hava had I FEAR NO COMPETITION, AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to leg for eight LEAVESEVERYSUNDATand THUHf. rested and cohfined in jail on a a running sore w my would have to years; No Need of Going From Home Have a now set of Tools and Mater- BRIGHTNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. asrTccustomtrs. , have iny doctors told e 1 Don't fonret the nlace. on the onnositn oornpr frftm Plant Rro'u. & Co..- underline 2bv charge of rascal transactions. the bone scraped .rlc"aniputated. I used, ial, and guarantees satisfaction. f and Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati CITi" HALL. Give me a call beforu buvinp lnvlmrc. to Buy Your Plows, si His liabilities are 6G0 to $70,000. wiin naiiroaas anu steamers tar instead, three WylA of Electric Bitters Arnica Salve, Sa.lera, Weto u. Norfa Poiaii, W. O.Johnson, of this and evcn Sheriff my leg U nowBOUnd and county, settled with tho Stato Aud- aud Wctrio UiUwHfjsre ?old atwell." cenli a Muse & Shaw have just received Giving through tickets to all points Chififty 4T- -i c m tc cago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, Nsw --A. itor last week, for the year 18S3, battle, and Buekten's Arnica Salve at 2Cc a large assortment of Plows, conJSW rM'm" p EEPS all kinds of staple and fancy 'iTjUr nct Blotk. HICKmAN, KY- - York, Washington City, Philadelphia ac4 obtained his quietus. Ho is por box at Forta'a Drug Store. and i sisting of the famous South Bend Boston. East, North and 'Western tcur-is-ts thoifth Sheriff in tho Stato that will find La Bello River route aa8 Chilled Plow; AVEREY'S World Hbw to Carry Ko- - Tax. had settled at that date. AltoD, L. GOLDBEKG. delightfulbyand economical. 7 gether, Mr. Johnson is one of tho To carrva fsnd tax law in any Renowned Plows Chilled and and Confectioneries. Will ba pleased to this line chsnper than an Rates other first class route. Meals and state DEALER IV Sheriffs this county over had. county, the "Sensible legislator Steel, ofall descriptions. Also, the tee his old customers, and will both suit best rocras free. Bapgage checked through. ought to name some day in one of ROELKER Plow, which cant be them in price and quality. Call and aeo The newspaper is ono of the the winter APL3ANDPAN0Y GSOOBBISS 6f" Passengers can rely on a splcmTU when the roads beat. These Plows will be sold us. "Quick SalC3 and Srsall Profitts. most successful educators thnt are worst, months, trip by this line, as tho steamers are all My Stock is New and Fresh, and will fjan-Hfor the election. The 25 .per cent, cheaper than ever sold Won't be undersold first class, having been expressly boll. cau be sout into the community. bo sold at'pri"3 lhat wil1 bo c8 for the accommodation of passongera. in Hickman before. They also keep ItWMe.ev6iybpd pecially attractive to buyers. SST Each steamer carries a full siring on hand a large assortment of Gear"" '"ereguuir auS01i Tho do uot attend the schools. It tion. L0WEK, and LOWER. R. W. LIGHTBURMl band. HOUSE HA3 BEEN RECENTLYNL VRGSD. RE FITTED, rEF0NmI!!1ImD public sentiment. It ing, Harness, and Saddlery, to be fashions General Freight and Ticket A sent ms, s:de9j &c THIS thoroughly renovated. Convenont to river and railroad, All kinds of Groceries to all No 7 Mourav street, Memphis,Tesa brhiea theuewfi of MFinder liboi- - gold cheap. Give them a call beas cheap as the cheapost- - d will no! be watch ept and, altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this secUS"alike, tlie poor as well as the lich. any JOHif VriTTiUGu fore purchasing. undersold. SBPT.23. lilDAY, M. Jbi T3J&1&B lro5nCT' S QI YE MS A OA LLl"&i ' . i:-..;,. LOCAL NEWS. nt as-.Eo- v. - eiec-tio- u. AJaE&-MENT- 3 Bo0 ."-i. F fifiFM e& jy - -- lu-r- e 1 ! appro-prh.t'o- n X c-- " s - 1 vrrrrpyrrr-- r m-.- - IlW 1 , '.? r-';- WrooI-!Mix- ed -- n u t -- lay-,in- g -- COEMAH & their the K Failing buildingat their . i Prices? MAJ-.N- -- msws I I ThPlI5! m -- j 4 uui-uiui- H -- I sen-Ration- al w aR.swa.Sp ELciSr'fcaM5' hou-w- j brought strictly bought y-rhic-h hare iiroj-ns- CHEAP FOB GASH. a' . -- All Contractors and Builders of wtll-kao- J. W: GORMAN & GO. v. WEST KENTUCKY PIONEERS"C KERTWECK, BALTZER & GO. West-tfroo- w k u AfflllBi'5! SOKSj - col-leg- o Dealers In jppLf Hickman -- . Kentucky. Bend-Ten- n Clothing, ," Hats and O-p- s Dcct-mbe- pro-nounco- it the-mos- t hc-- r HASHYILLE, X-IT- Q , Atlanta, Florida - -- T - i . FAYOEITE! Wc-a- odf 111 vl DENTISJ, l mom in si m or 'ses - 0 "free-for-all- ," TIVOLI HALL. -- ;- AWRLTWffllBHOL GOLDBERG Jos. Proper. Cincinnati boxea's-Bucklen'- s J.W.I Respectfully, w-m- -a -i-l-S- ij T--- Tar--r-i-T- Ci New Grocery! --- GEO CEEIES f HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 1ntl-0iZVfr'- $Q. - "- liiqUOBS .. H6-'- r i 9 18-:3- . -- i. . :' . f f , -- jw "T Tl- - '; " it i ,' ' i- -- . . J - t i I t t II 1 Knt, ESSSSJ5SS33 A LECTURE TO Y0DN a MEN l From LnWioti (Tron.) H'ral.l. ,", TJifl Bnni.n:i' hi Tirnvftilini?' One of our citv dm ;... rA- On the L.on if JLouta KxproKM Stub- -' Tilden tells aii intor-- I anioncr '"I'l'uouion no r mere i Tlio St. lates a recent oxperieneowiui nits, th&t KnnnHi;. ber Arrestee! in Mil- Tiowcr that the Republican 1101111- - such irreconcilablerdiff r e ii e e uiuu ih uuro given as illustrating TCiuikec. nee at Chicago will be eitlier among Democrats ou ho tan? a new phase of natural history. Blaine or Arthur. question as to preclude' harmoni- IIoT tlio Stolen .Mouey wan Aixwug uumi very much aunoved thXHtMr. Treatment ous action at Chicago, and an enby tho depredations of prowling Dlxcovored. 5B, XadlCAl cur of suuml Vikn, ri "i'ruiilorrht ImoliinU-- r InJnaM by .Tndgo Leech, the Representa- thusiastic campaign afterward, rodents, our medical frip.i fired E. E. CASE & CO. tmUiioc, lm(.Dtruc7. hcrou p.bilitjr. uJ tni;nn Accomplice ImpnllinrcU to .Murri gt gmrl!y . CcuUDition, tive from Caldwell county, is dan- constitutes the large1 part of TIo Donlrs ITaiCompany tol'roto anil a trap for them by filling a barrel DflleMtt.e After nineteen yeare of. successful bninM in vour midst through nTe; EpllMXj and Fit: Mtl arid 1'hyaircl Iiicdj city, gerously ill at Frankfort with con- their political OieTlictt. ".-KOIIKKTJ. CCI.VEBW KLL, M. l , wim waier, on tno edge of which flood and epidemic, are pleased to stock in trade. This announce that thev have reuewod their Tho ttt '(irrvo Book," Ac gestion of the brain. delusion of the enemy mnst recall ho carefully balanced a board, the till Milwaukee, March 13. Pren-tiB- inner end of which held a seduct-iv- aruciea oi incorporation, and concluded to ttvtn the period prior to tlieDeniocratic Hoofed, and rinte lftr, clrnrljr proir author.U In on druirble 2tets, Seine, Line,and SuppKen, nil fcimfc Wil t!iraIcunrinrDCM of 3lf Abnw timy Tiller, the Pacific ExpreKs There is considerable talk of National Convention of 1870. Then at b of Hailing Tackle piece of cheese. Hi3 ;fiPfl was Hfttully rcmoTrd withnul daucro- lurgMal bongira, luotrumtnu, nngt or crdll, gnin. Groceries and Fauuiy Supplier Dan Voorhces as an available can- there was an clflinent in the Dem- Company's employe at St. Louis that tho rat, being attracted bvtho pointing eat a ruodeot curr at one rrt! and didate for second place on the ocratic party not rtally opposed who decampted with nearly $100,-00- cheese, would run out to bj which frrry sntfrrer, uu uiattrr what til S ' WE the end 5 rxaditUa may be, may care Liniwlf cheaply a week or two ago, was arrest- of the board projecting over the Democratic Presidential ticket. to resumption of specie payments, and radically 0"T Uclmi vilt yrott a l s UWf J but which feared it would not do ed at 10 o'clock this morning by a water, when its weight would overThk fearful cattlo disease rag- to take any advanced position on Milwankeo detectivo and 8S0,000 come the carefully arranged equiTO W. H. Jackson, long and favorably known in connection with this hnt untlt r , hi a plain ooTflujw, fo any on rrtdiit of fonr cant), or two potag ing in Kansas it is said was brought that subject. The Bepnblicans, of the money recovered. A young librium aud would descend to sudhouse, Dcing admitted. We are truely grateful for the verv liberal pt lamp. Addrnx from SuotluutL It is moro fatal convinced themselves that har- man looking like a tramp, with den aqueous destruction, lie CDLVERWELL MEDICAL romge extended to us by this community, and hopeat in the. future as 4 1THE St.. K.w Tork, X. T. ; Pott OOc CO., ImmeiiK itock ot Groceries i all klfefer BuX, Am howover, that for several in among cattle than hog cholera mony was impossible Tlio mass- a small moustache, brown hair, and Liquor of 20 iifltrcnt alcU-years wc shall endeavor to merit the same. file Mr. Abe slight build, unobtrusive features mornings aftor arranged his enOur es of the Democratic party woro Slral, hogs. iUHOUg and about 185 pounds weight, gine of destruction his examina- Plaut in connection with the for hard money then s thoy aro Cards. J. E. BROWN says that he is physical for revenue reform bow, but they bought a trunk at the store of ask- tions resulted in finding his bait TmKN Sschram & Tubdan, and hesitated has purrta&td a brand niflr stotk oi &J gone and his anticipated prey ably anable to stand the demands of did not drive those whe 1LY GROCERIES, CouftctlonerU, hW out of tho party, nor prescribe a ed to have it shipped to G. H. sent. Determined to ascertain the B. P. O'DANIEL, M. D., cos, Cigars, &o.t and opeaed on being the Democratic nominee shibboleth which any Democrat Pachen, Detroit Mich. B7e left a cause of his failure, he remained that he is too old and feeble, and coald not pronounce. 1 1SS0 tho valise, which he asked to have at his store one night to watch. CLINTON STMSMW) PROFESSIONAL OFFERS to HIS citisens of Uickman and tb nicest bous of tho kind kliat Hm the positively can not accept. He Cincinnati platform declared lorn placed inside the trunk to save He says that after everything he- vicinity. him trouble of In Hickman, and at lower pru t&ta thinks Gov. Iloadley, Senator tariff for revenue only. There AVheutheabout to put carryhig it. came quiet no saw several rats OEce Cormer room 1b L&cl! lions. the valise come out of their hole and careTr offered before. Headquarter, fjo. wore no bolts nor dissensions ou Tayne, or Co , Clinton 8iol. aite Plaut Broc Handle, account of this doctoral011 Thero in tho trunk the clerk dropped fully reconnoitre the surround- will always be on the watch for special bargains in our line, and all can should be the nominee. VJ will be none this year- - The con- it and the clasps burst asunder, ings. Finding the coast apparent- depend on the very Lowest Cash Prices, and good reliable GOODS. l. .A. F.A.RIS, SALE AND LIVERY STABLE. vention will annouBce a platform tho bulging contents rolling out ly clear, a venerable and sagacious-lookin- are now jubt opening the first .spring shipment in all lines, and invite you In last week's Courier we gave declaring its principles which all upon the lloor. PHYS1CAN AND SURBEOK, rat carefully took a posiOn gathering up the buudles he tion on tho outer odgo of tho to call and see. No trouble to show Goods. the details of the Tiller express Danocats can H1CKMA3, KEHTOCKT & ribbery which occurred in St. stand ons TiepasJP nearer found them wrapped in Pacific board, when auothor walled slowagreed on iH imbjrcVb now than it Express Company bibles, and clos ly to tho other end, vJicJi was Louis. The officers pursued and "VrrERS his Provisional Serrloes te KENTUCKY STBXET, at auy time since 1&5G. er examination disclosed that ev- kopt from turning oror by tho f the citizen of Hieksui and vieislt. fiaally captured him in Millwaukoe, has been Jfcnio-'e- e Tho Republicans feel this and ery package contained a prize, the first, and took possesion of the constantly on taad for blia Wis. lie claimed that ho had no know it, and therefore make the total amounting to nearly 90,000 cheeso, which he brought back to accomplice, and defied tho Com- mest of even tlio appearance of The police were notified, and, with "dry land," whero L was impardn'i.CKB. HOR8E3, BDfjaiE8 c. Li. R A one cause of disagreement, them- a description of the man, traced tially divided. pany to prove the thoft. siaoie, aortas luring parenaica tie ATTORNEY Ar LAW and entire outfit of W. B. Pluming r selves having a half doBcn much him to a cheap boarding house in Tho truth of the nbovo narrano propose to continue the bcttneci, and at he Col. K. W. Bagby, leader of more gravo and difficult to deal tho Third ward, but his was notand tive is vouched forby tho gentlehome. They found Collector, Roal Estate Agent (olieit patronar.e truuk with. man referred to. Tiose who doubt the "coon" elemeutin this district, seized it, as the boarding houso tho accuracy of th) statehi ent can The Exemption jir. HICKMAS, Krx. people said the man waB frequent soo tie barrel. has issued an address through Tho old, popular and always rcltabU Hardware house ot Bondurant Bre&rijb Voaltillle Commrti ly out all night. The police con Will attead preaspriT to all bail Hi Paducah JWwr, notifying the The priuciplo of Senator Hag tinued searching tho citv, thiuk- aeis entrusted hies la Sonthwosteri A Mlsnlag Letter. faithful of the Republican State gard's exemption Dill, now pend ing Kenla&7 aad Itorth nsiiern Tennessee he must be on a spree. This OunrUr Jonrn!.) Special attention giyen to tbe I nvestiga Convention, in Louisville May 1, ing at Frankfort, is right. Under morning he returned to the trunk Conjnjission Ifertl) 9 enclosing Tho other day j tion of Land titles, and the parchiEO and the National Convention, in existing laws an unfortunate debt- stqre to ask about the valise, and a check, which has letternumborod been sale of Beal Estato. HanS or may have exempted from exe- was arrested. Ho has beon at the MICKM A If, 17, Chicago, June 3rd, &c. among tho lost Jitters for nearly Has a splendid Btock of the very cution, if he has them, enough Third ward boarding-housmakce of all kinds of Hardware, since four years, was returned to AuditKosp alnsjs en hand, Frer foodand provender and March Sth, but it is not known which aro offered at H. A. & E. T. Tyler, LIME, CEMEHT, SAtT r'LASTSB Col. Sak F. Ivens, editor of live stock, pro- whether ho boarded anywhero olso or Hewitt by tlio Superintendent certain housenoiu effects to the Athens (Tenn.) Patx is an tect his family from want. Tlio before that. Beside tho monoy, in charge &of tho repair shop of 4. 3uaT?7, Will candidate for Congress. effect is to givo the debtor, who is thero was a largo amount of valua the 0., O. S. W. railroad at male liberal adrances a Ct&$ Tho check was drawn no unoaainess in Corn, &e.t ivr &' cr saipaeav HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, If the prayers of the Tenn. and a housekeopor,welfare of his family ble jewelry in tho valise. Tho in favor of Jndgo Ed. Crossland, mch4 regard to tho editors could avail much, while he proceeds to rocuporato money was deposited in the Mer of Graves county, but as it never ATTEND TO ALL Exchange Bauk. entrusted to their care. he would be triumphantly elected, from tho effects of being in debt. chants reached him a duplicate was isThe arrest of Prentiss Tiller sued to him in its 6tead. The Su- and that the very lowest tho market justifies. All goods guaranteed to Office Millet Block. Caldwell's Kiglj lie is campeteut, honest, and a But if another- debtor owns no caused a great crowd to gather at nerS-'T- S tho be exactly as represented. he true Democrat. What more should live stock or crops, and has none tho Central Police station, but tho perintendent sayslining found mail of a lost lettorin the THE FIFTH YSAH will tunnq ue have to receive promotion at of these specified household ef- prisoner was carefully guarded, car which he had torn to pieces to officer may levy upon and could bo interviewed very fects, an 3tustla, Asg, T7t 3C tho hands of the Democratic par- every article on his promises to mako over anew. oneuy. lie was loud in saying aad ceatlaus aiat atoaika. ty! satisfy an execution for debt, rent that he had no accomplice, but at ATTORNEY AT LAW Tho count ot tcdr, la. aiditka u Wcj Attending to RnabtMO. or fee bills. "What justice is thero tbo same time added that it re ougL Prixaarv Wcrk, will tetlno 'Elkg i'biladxlphla Call.l This Clinton Democrat classes for sparing tho man who owns Biainod MatLeeiaticM, tho Naioral QcIcm, Irmrm for the Company to prove hic&xax, Latin 4. d Greek, Boo- - Kwplnf, Faxsavwh Goo. IT. Adams, tho newly appoint- horseB, cattle and sheep and grow that ho stole tho money. He was "My dear," implored a husband, Tho best roof for tho leaht money. Experienced workmen employed. &a.d Vcl C ed Register of tho Land office, as ing crops, while the man who does very happy, and tho police shut "will you bo kind enongh to sow The attention uf builders especially desired, as this houac will give spe- - JCOLLECTIOK8 promptlj realtta siiijS 12xutica m "drunkard," and CAbjtrftt3 of title: a specialty. cnsures Gov. not own such property is forced the outer doors and charged tho some Duuoiis on my ovorcoau cial inducements. Correspondence solici ed, . , Priiaarj, 9B St . . to the wall! The bill referred to crowd an ndniission price to see They aro nearly all off." B. BREVARD. ZQ , Knott for his appointment. Wo is intended to allowjthc exemption, , . E. . In!nndi:v-"I am very sorry," replied tho a iden think the Democrat is mistaken. in every case, of property of a him as by curiosity, lie was Louis wife, with a look of real regret, as tified Chicago and St. e. w. in Adams has made harder tights, at certain value, without specifying agents who were in the cliv, bar 6ho fastened her bonnet on, "but till J ii li. is B. C. CJLLDTf B LB, . . tho character of tho property. ing been called up from Chicago tho neathen aro suffering and I more personal sacrifice, for tho I Hlokmon, Ky.,. Clinton Str.) MAST CALKWIii, ie-a- j The present exemption law brings last night, aftor tho monoy was havou't a moment's time to spare. Democratic party of Kentucky, no very great benefit I am lato for the sewing society as to auy but found yesterday. than any ma in the State, and farmers. Bo long as it is. deserves well at our hands. the State embraces a largo popuW. DTESTSLBRINE Electricity on Exhibition JtiMC Abort t Correct, Hrnry. lation not engaged in farming there One of the most interesting Peck'i Fun. Ml! Pierce pinion ef m Co&crrs- - is a demand for a changed exemp. isna. oveuts of the year will bo the Intion law. The chauge suggested Honry Ward Beeelier says all ayx to aaiao oil otloH, Va Congressman is a ought to tell a "I f in else the ternational Electrical Exhibition NO to sw &. big thing down home, but is a very whole law should soon be abol- at Philadelpbiu uoxt full. It will tlio prayers that are uttered thin vorlil for our thono andoM aed , at tie a X small potato up here, especially if ished. occur near about the time whon who hnte us "wouldn't take up nil JIomw .'.tiii, Bt Blkm, tijf to be a new member." he happens the American Association for the the top of the page in the angel's Tory III. Advancement of Scieuco moots in record book." That's about the This joke of Mr. Pierce on himlira. Cook THE LEADING RAPES OF THE tho same city, and the interest size of it. "I will prey on my eneself Is doubtless yery apropos, but From the SOUTH. will bo enhanced by meeting Oldham Cook, there is not a new Member of the Mrs. Anna lying very ill of State near about tho samo tho of tho mies" is tho worldly indiTidual's tiino is condisposition. Librarian, THE LAEGEST 48th Congress more attentive, vig-- . sumption of the bovrels at St. Jos- British Association at Montreal. frtib Ksaps serre beor ta tp,'JI tbo list. euilonsrs prsssptlj aad ilant, and of a brighter promise, eph's Infirmary, in this city. She Tho Electric Exhibition will be A Sfif Way t Bay ft Y7te!i. couritously; left Frankfort a few weeks ago, conducted under tho direction of rhiiJripbi rri than Mr. Pierce. AMEEICA1?, proposing to visit Florida, whero tho Frnuklin Instltuto at PhiladelTwenty-flv- e 3'oung mon of NASHTLUJa, JAH3LS KOGER, Tax Kentucky Democratic Con- she hoped to recaperate her fail- phia and the contracts have been Boyorford, Carbon county, hare' EidSy 5a At ing health. By the time she reach- let for an exhibition building to formed a aCKSITIJCliT, Tit tmif mtmUr U1CKXAM, Atmtimtci gressmen ore solid for the whisky aoeiety to rut MukmlU, aw ixt mfy yf ed Elizabethtowa, howovor, she cover four acres. It will be con- provide themselvos with gold KXPKBSB17I30 bill, and therefore it is 6et down grew so ill that sse was obliged structed of iron, glaBS and wood, rg Vay. m a "creat Kentucky measure." to stop. Jane remained there un- and the intention is to make it watches. Thoy pay $1 weekly in&. SON, treasury for a aud S., The rank and file of the democra-er- y til Monday, and as her condition permanent. By means of a profu- to the two weeks one year,them ovory of grew steadily worse, she resolved sion of electric lights the building certainly do not share the A vploadld faally ffM An to come here, where she hoped to will be outlined brilliantly at night draws a watch by lot. A Jfancli fall of aswa. LJaiest dlisalthss by Kla-g-r Chunk jowoler has contracted to of these Congressmen. receive better treatment. She was and tho spectacle will be a grand Tennessee, Naskrille, j to bear of lac ta fait, &ext furnish them with 23 watches at The bill is virtually an effort of taken to tho Infirmary, whero Bhe one. all parts of tse world. OSALBS IX Tbi f AMa waatt It fr Its wisklz the larger distillers to borrow sev- has been lying ever since She is Mr. William H. Wahl, Secretary $50 each. of KaikTllU boa aarbst ad ic-is- r 5 now very low with a fearful cough, of tho enterprise, is in daily re eral hundred thousand dollars C aad fries Ihl for his arodails. In a Chicago Hotel from, the Federal treasury, and and her form so worn and attenua- ceipt of inquiry from parts of Ths iliifiT waats It for lis N'. Every intelligent pcrnon who examine the DIAMOND MACHINE, Call. for her eyes she country. Many grapbie quotatlou of the astsr find til .. ul"-- - .lit ..vt.nM Mint .f uf.i f .. H f mIucq ATntlilnn Ifl tniiii.ml whether they succeed or net is of ted that but recognized. The Europe and this say they intend u" mum unuutu wiiui. tuutciiui Pvirtf "TTnyr miipri In mv riill?" "Ml workmanship,artistic ii 10 uih'hij mot. hhoj muvuun iumade and HICKMAN MARBLE WORK foreijm aarketa. could hardly be of.these writers in htvlc. lesign and finish, is better and -. Thb PotuMux wanls It far Its fall ? HICKMAK, KY. as great concern to the people bravo, bright woman, who has had to make displays and a number of r.ii. tt " ports sf troasedlass ef Qoagrass aad: combines more iwints of eicelljL'iicQ t han ever before presented for public a long and bitter fight with formal applications have already you got with you!" such 3Bi C7. JaKCx.383csft.r Ji s Tennessee LsgiaUlai'saad pelitlsal avs favor, and worthy of the name Tub Legislature hangs fire as poverty since the death of her been placed on file. The State Guest "About 200." and editoriali. Clerk "That's all, is itP Tun Wirs wanu It for lis bsastksM Ve te au appropriation for a new Cap- husband, is having a harder strug- department at Washington is takDimi ta partbcat, fashioa articlss, SMlsty CMlp Guest "Yea, that's all." gle than over now. Her friends ing much interest in tho exhibiitol building. Many members opItaliax asd AstaaicAS Maeblx and saiseellaBeeas reading. Clerk "Well, your bill is just pose the appropriation because who are scattered all over tho tion and hnB asked fora large sup- $200." Tub Cnunaia waat It fsr Its sksrt tU. M0HUMKMT8, TOMB AKD 6RAVH State, will unite in tho wish for ply of circulars to bo distributed ries aad sketshes aad gsasral lafraia-liothey want the Capitol removed her recovery. among tho Consuls in foreign STOHE9. furnishing a liberal education. from Frankfort, believing that countries. Belgium will have a Etiktoct waats It becaass tkM Aceordincto the census of 18S0 the peer of the highest. Excelled by none. Call and examino tho AVIITG rocolrsd aine lot of Asaer no botlsr paper aad ao cheapsr aper Li good buildings would fix the CapPresident Arthur bids fair not department under tho charge of thero aro about a half million more ' Diamond Machine. t isaa aad Italian iarVlo. I ib tbe south, aad it eta gel tojsu quioksr l ,i . l J to fill all orders. Call aad exanlnt with itol in that city; but those mem- only to surprise his friends, but officials from that country, and inaies man lomuies iu iuo uimeu tbe latest iem than any other tawork. nr per, if your Is la bers who oppoBO Frankfort, are the world, as a statesman. With English German and Swiss exhibi- Stat s. prosaptlj Southern Kentucky, Alabacaa TuRiessie, Ordsrs from ho tors have applied for space. Evhas hitherto Garg!a raj2 Arthur captured tlio Louisiana to decide where to locate a craft thatand a mental been un ery department of electrical sci anable grasp of suspected, TBEMSi it, "In case of its removal. It is the Bubject wmca marks the great ence will bo illustrated and thero Eopublican State Convoution. A Daily Aaerloaa, ytnv . . . will be exhibits in othor sciences delegation solid for Cheater will " Sieapt 3and& not to oe uemeu mat, right or studont as well as ruler, he has go to Chicago. 1 year . . , fAMILY dROCEEY Weekly 15 wrong, a prejudice has grown devised a solution to a hitherto aud the arts so far as electricity " Smonlba . , 179 has been applied to them. : McKcnzio News most perplexing problom in tho ap against Frankfort, and that breaking up of Polygamy. Ac8moBth3 Yhy iB it that West Tennessee BEAK.EK An esUra copy free with ertryU O. many citizens denounce it as the cording to the 2few York World, enjoys tho reputation of shipping A CowDIck ofUrlcf. A fill r of en eucterioer seat of political rings and trick- "he proposes to have Salt Lake the poorest cattlo to tlio Nashville TCHB AMERICAS, (DAVIS OLD 5TAHB.) a mono. pathetic torn TAINTS AND DYH-STi- lS, DRUGS, ery j this, however, in time, might City invaded by'a score of millin-'ors- moving andna8 lately story us aot a and Louisville markets! Sashflllo, Teas. AU kinds of of cow her Will possibly be charged against any establishments Set tip magnificent that died of grief for tho murder It is proposed to Buspend the filled with finery STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES town where the Capitol might be for women. His theory is that the or her calf. Sho had a fine, fat coinage of tho silver dollar for two years and issue and $2 located. The Capitol buildings arc Mormon wives will be attracted calf that it was desirable to dis Treasury notes in s bouse, atbot' usuallj kept In a their place. puBu ui io uie torn prieea. a source of humiliation to the pride by tho display, will go to running told to come tooutcner. no was That is not a bad idea by any COMrOUXBBDl pen when the fixSSCRIPTIOirS CAM of Xentuckians, and we believe up bills, and in a short time will cow was away, tho do his work means. to TEAS, FXKCT CAXD1E8, with tho plu disgust tho people desire the question set- rality oftheir lords thero and, but was instructed not V1CKLZM Jamea matrimoay." General to leavo any trace of butchery said, before tho Springer investitles, and would endorse a liberal cransekmes, nouixYt gzIts oenind ior tne cow to recognize gating committee last week, that appropriation for suitable buildTHS, CR3AT Spoaker Marden, of the Massa when she should come home ings. chusetts House of Representa again at night. Howover, he dis- he bolioved that tho assassination Through Trunk Line of Garfield was tho of the tives, shows up a funny phase of Sknator Hays has introduced the petition signing mania, where regarded instructions, and loft the Star Uoute rogues. work DEALBB I23into the Kentucky Legislature a a recently received petition with hide hanging up in the pen. Whon Sngttr, Coffees, gespa, Ac Tho M. E. Church will celobrate a .rbJK!Seafc is substantially reference to the rights of negro tho mother cow returned at night at Baltimore, Md., December 27th, reaolation which 2Will not be nndersold. Egu", fto to meet her ouspnng sho found it Will pay full price for Bailor, the Ohio tariff platform, and the children in the public schools was had beon murdered in her absence, ISSi, tho centonnial of its existCouritr- - Journal antagonizes it, ar- signed not onlv by nogroes, but and tho only thing of what had ence on this continent. Preparaby Judges, big business men and tions guing that the Kentucky Demo- bloods of Beacon Hill. "We, the been her joy loft by the murderer grand are on foot to mako it TKE BARTER GROCERT- success. AKD cratic delegation in Congress are undersigned parents of colored was the fresh hide. She smelt of it, recognized it, gave a few low Congress will investigate the . M. MONTQOMERT, PATENT nanimously in favor of tariff for children," etc. moans indicating her intense grief. Hot Spring irregularities. Our MU.-J- to bis friends and (be rubl tbat revenue oh$, and therefore the 6.38 ani Kit. Srf &rtaM and then went and laid down, as if readers vilfremember that a short ho bas opened anew and frrab surplj of Oregon votes in Juno on a pro- overcome Dy intense sorrow, one time back serions thorFamily Grockkics, wMeb be sentiment of tho State is all kinds of MSSTCST AND QUJCXEST ROBTB trouble occur will sell as low as tbe lowest, flo is Trim Mrmrlils, XtUs, end lIcBloldt t tb oughly known and established. posed constitutional amendment nevor raised her head again. Some red there between citizens ana MEDICINES) H at all times to exchange Orecsrirs at favoring female suffrage As that little children who had made a pot gamblers, in which blood "was shd. In all truth, the issue as between will be neither tho season of spring of her by fondling about her neck cash prices for Butter, i'ftgs, Cbickeattr & Tho State Chemist, of Kow any kind of ssarketiBg that tbe farasi&f . the Ohio plauk and the Watterson or fall bonnets, tlio male bipeds vainly tnod then childish efforts A.3STX) Wltaovt CMnr ar , friends Bay bring in. The highest Nrra ctti So plank, has never been tested in a who have the tomority to rote to induce her to bo reconciled to Yrk, went out recently te buy ket price always paid. llle.and bat ese tuns to priadr-a- l against it will probably make their lifo aud to live on. She pined and some butter. For reasons of his J. M. MONTQOMKRr A BRO. a Kontacky election. We hear NORTHERN AND EASTERN CTTflLy own, ho bought thirty pounds, peace cow. Lex each pound ten Kentucky Democrats condemn uotea. at nomo wun proimsory died a broken-heartestore. TDILEURTICLES at a different TH7IES TRAINS DAILY Croocricj. ington Timet. When ho had analysed (instead of a tariff for revenae only plank, Bj IhU Hrv,i3akh)l 3UXE GOinSCmOXi ASD QUIOEM? SQCB &&, &c., &c. where we hear one endorse it, the cluing; uih purcnases, De- iouuu &c, &c, &c. wtyia FrMWeal. 25cts Lower than tlio Lowest iwrtww rwa Kentacky Congressmen to the Brtrelt TIsm.1 The work done by the State Im that ho had received only ten pure butter. The othcontrary notwithstanding. Only no trr ren I hare no olerk oxpsnsss people dine at migration Bureau has been of pounds of When hemes ee Kentacky will vote the Democratic the White BTnnne the number of great value to the State, and in er twenty pounds we're various 5TrcHor3pUoM filled at any hoar, day or night. Ring night bell after Wio'.loo EMiGRInTS fiSe'cl' tht resell te aad pay cash for all ray Or ocrrif , and taceW special lew rates. heap V. n. therefore can sell as cheap r lh ticket mo matter which plank is wine glasees on the table is 378, or our judgment the .Legislature compounds of lard and butter ft Strntt nt Ihb OmraHT fpr rutw, roM est. Ilest brands ofTTUtenbrre and Lou adapted, and therein only do the seven for each person. It costs should make more liberal appro- chiefly lard. One of the samples C. P. ATMOME, ?. P. 4. T, A. Ac. or wrh the low 2 Star Float, 25 wnU eheaper than aCP Congressmen correctly represent; Preeident priation for its maintenance than contained seventy .five per cent. JUUK WITTISOa ec BaOBMl Arthur more to live ' the party. of lard, sold at butter prices. heretofore. Clinton Democrat. thaa it cost Mr. Hayes. & From tlteM. TSB ffiCEKAH ,GOURIBR: Ex-Gov. About ncmocrt!cHrHy i;,... J. , i i mi .L - JLL'L - . - l. TILLER'S TREASURE, A Toueii Tulo on EK3S32333at23 -- .i DEPOT FOE ." 3iF-Abu- By tl S o 1 - gea-erall- y. 0 prl-U- ly aJ-itt- n, re-port- J.H.BR WNkOo'l n 0- - by-go- ne Car-pie- s, P!esioa! f JltjitlRYl ln tt Ex-Bpcak- er g DR. self-respecti- Faris S Parker, T7-EEP- NDLE RSVJBJRD bt e ed Eliz-abethtow- n. Attorneys at ex-Tcn- u. - Ssbk rr. ', !. im rr v & well-to-d- o GROOEBIBB j-o- ba-ojto- d, trs-sVI- o otic-mie- Conrior-Journ- al BEER SALOOK H. F. FETHE, -- GIKOU-LATIOE- - THE I i TEI-tH- . W-t-tm o MS 3. IIHEA m &S'i .2JP, it-Tis- J wjf-reports- , FhlU-ldphl- ,- r.,ni.' - 1 ...- - i n, 1 ' lit pro-care- d r-r THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, MUCUS, etrj poot-oGa- cs a- - 1 Tri-Count- y E. JUDGE, s-- Oat at !r first-clas- TJa1 4 $&Jh$ Mm Ex-Postmas- MJNCS-MZAA- T j. w. cowgili; - DRUGS, Trusses rcst lHva-iH- re-- dj i?Liisra?s -- ai mm cm mmi east i d aTly-fo- ur I w- I m ?