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I COURIER. 18S4. - "With Neatness and Dispatch. b'ale Biases; irNTViT-A-Tioisre- ErrVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, 1 - " ' . ' I F 1 , S Price of Subscription, $2. POETRY AND TEE 'POOR 5 WOIl Is S'J TIio Oldest IVovi spapo'r i ' Western Kentuclcy. VOL. XLX.- -r -- nas . ETC OAZiZj .A.T&X3 ETC, XJ5- - i ESTABIJSHCT r It's a good bit from aim ii hcrcTia no seem at. man. sir. j HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENT&CKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, TIFE DAIRY. butter-makers SBB very beautiful?:' I said d Foundlin's 1 Fashion Items. W'b0"!.n-carpcteern anu curvingfpray. Andbronzo thn L weds, - The next morning at ' teno"cioc i.aliiich. and half mix it in and put policeman was on hand for that" IM away. It will surely bo striped and ihread C1.1U fco it will alter a second tsnttled. It ton h:nl WeaJheVb. tbut the fact onl.r forking, if it is too hurriedly done. , , vu it rr.t ""' it un'nTnrfa fAin .1 heightens SllQ elimwrl aLmn.n. Sitit to a deepthe color of butter, turni.and I'J vmumuui ng yellow, and if the salt o 1 Mnemanwana for his trouble. crui. th. . : "s " ivug' tlincrcT I not brought in contact with every ...""men,and .vj' 4..r. rr 0a. - Kuln.r i0 iOOK over s Puf sway, said the poor Jittlemo! Portion there must be white streaks. sbaueless womanhood. -- x"u incn naro ","4 ." some ueccnt cloth Atw England Farmer. Jookotl uMn th. .. While wo do not wish to lay a straw H in the wav of the progress of tine dairy ingf" cow breeders, and while we admit tha ,' ceil, S5 f Vrffthili. .iIfl.innb4. excellency of Jersey, Ayrshire- and f UIIOS . illlj. 7 wiiKUL UIIU,f ""J tS butter out upon the worker.and uumateit your own way; only.lt, .;,!. w'jjl ih fitter half at tbe second spreading. tramble- - let roe bo disturbs! w ,;.. said the "" .i. - .. . Captain. u to xtAc striped butter, have more in ; :min,i "u- manrra- - .uiats.aii,"'" ....... , peeped over shyly and stole alott the wpfer than can bo conveniently i fin fcandlei Rt once, thvow tbo salt in all tAk .i-"-- a -- "Very foolish, very foolish, 5ino Inly- - would pttt on spruau-to- r jit trio sail tuo nrsi iimo V .HiUL. ArTsw .sSStew.ujriTii!:!Ku-S. .. .wuia-inramj-, KErPnt&. i. ?J-1 si,"": LA! . SS!H'SiiS'tofK' PaltfE-- ' nnrfntrWaTlarrTTlaWii '.-t- r K iVr very knowingly Itlnml Wcatherby. M$ in the blazing heat ot midsummer, O brother, treadlnsr ever darkenlnjr niuimaffing3a Such a rai ..ww y Hster, tvhelmetl lit ever leejH.'li!njr cu, there was rtmmnr and all day! aoil'by - and ui ni.nu, nan, snow, sieer, in that house onld (Jod-win polar winds, she still survives, nUsrht unfold before your jfuze Sorao vision orthe puns, and true and fair! night the babv had quite an etcnify r patient ana returning good for Uettcr to kiioxv, lbo sadder thinss be known, wardrobe ready; dressed out in theut-- j 11. If our abused native cow was ltetrtooee; tbo' tears half blind the sight. tie tucked and embroidered babr-go-'! Than thralldotn to the sense, and heart of sated half so well as her that had been 'brought out and donCJI "Sin, perhaps she would be foreign . Ftnne, as famous AndTjiJrnble confentmont ivith tbo ntght. oncehi'ij they. for it,' from the stoek that Farm, Fuhl awl Fireside. Oi brins w then alf t.weet and- praelous betougedito those t.other babies whooj The temnoraturo of the rim things iikcj.i nueueu tuein, it Toiouch U10 lives that Hcpo chill and drear. piuugerdill'erent baby fromtooKeir injoe ould beso low that the little particles that That they may dream of fcome diviner very m iioat in mo buttermilk: materials. I uuiiu sphere. baslceL Bthout ratherinr too auicklv. Wlriln "Whence each soft ray of love and beauty During tho mild days, with tno "It aiu't such "a e butter is still in thf slioiilder-cape- s pprinps. of after all." said the Camain.bontiiuHfis, aw off tho buttermilk, granular Torm. chamois uuder vest, Each Rood and perfect pift isfrom above: and then pour fur, otter plush, vol vet brocide. and t r i reu race over it ana .,.....--,- . '".. - 11111 And there IsTieallnjr for Eatth's direst woes: t nunasc iimmii vi i 1:11 irnini sv God hath unsealed the springs of light and wKch i;" a rough and rusrired "".''. "1,'l"cl ,ou "lenJl .w.uaK velvet, have boeu considered Mtllleient AH the wear. Ur,nC- cohering for l mn.rnn.llnnSlX.:.1v or "4. naw "Pla, thobnbv inst'intlv Tmake th"o desert blossom as tho roe. mree washmjrs in eithor clear newest of tliese worn by M. itiiw a i.u: and cooed over. Theisixxtator. ,1 .! ui unue 711 uo tno no women aro devoid of tho unsightly "Here's the pTieman, mum. foro firm. iSow. if win .butler 1 outter out humps on the shoulders which r now the mUn baby," said Hannah, ushering tBi on the butter worker for saltinjr. considers I quite a thing'of tho pa-THE AVEATHERBr "WATE." as functionary in. M ere will really be no working to ba far as fashion is concerned. These "D. ' s:inl Airs Uoithnrhr lontia? ne, as that term is usually under- - shoulder-cape- s rang the door-be- ll and small .clcrines greatly disappointed, "I'm not fi sod. No more working will be al'Captain U'eatherby's. havo lot nono of their popularity; on "The Captain and his wife were sit- ready vol." m than just enough to incorporate the contrary, the' are more than ever "But it's only the baby, ranmtbeyi tfe salt throughout the entire mass. ting in front of the coal lire in the back iu vogue abroad, forming an addition parlor1, Waiting till it should be safe to wants. One of'the foundiinjrs diedbV fichange, to almost ovory stylish promenadu !eaver and seeing many queer things in night and thi here one is to haveits costume; some of them having the ye have had a pretty long expori-er- e the glowing ashes. The "help" they place," said the man. ftole" fiouts. a style cerbutter, and believe wo tain to obtain much fashionable favor do not keep servant- s- bad gone to bed, "I can't help it." said Mrs. Wentler kpw in makingwe whereof uilinu. If very thick. and the house was shut up for the night. by; the child won't go till its rt'adylN many var'etiea of tbe coming stl cream is put bto any churn, but in Xo one was expected and it was too lato clothes are not even packed up yet mantolots and pelorines, and be, 1. na. niArtml .!il. ti iin'i in iiiuii.H i in i vf , for callers, so there was a mutual start You see, , , ' . 1Ai. coming to many figures, for which tho . laughed the CapWn,' t'lri.i.iiii iiini mi " t. of alarm onth'e part of the pair when "my mate there will want a SaraSio "- V" 'l.Jl cape is unsuitable. ary plain round e m' aml tb .bttf,r door-be- ll the front rang in that sudden trunk for that wave's clothes beforclo cf and becoming are Very lady-likf S he"d beftf0 the new and elegant peli-e"u;ratnd lf made for gets through with it. Say. Mr k- - tho b.tte spring wear, and composed of brocade .btte mon. just Ss soon as it's b largely mixed in nieiHum-Mze- d It was really quite ghostly; Mrs. for you to come after it." ' patterns of many dif3 w3 thick, unchurned cream and milk. "Weatberby said: "Mercy mo, who ferent dark-t- o nod shadus to match the "Just so, sir" answered the nan. . c..u v...... t... 5s there, do you snppose!"and the Capplain, just so; 1 11 return to duty, pltely freed from its milk and cream, skirt underneath, which is very which tain replied: "Like as uot it's a ." an let me know when the missms w thoy wiU remain in thc butter moro needing only a tiny peeps from beiien h the long, full ready. :m i ouess to miurv. accordino' as it Then he. went to the door. The wire There was an amused twinkle iathej ttbo kept its used immediate. Afa- is- peliste. One of the latent models is or of that indignant bell was still vibrating Captain's eyewbenhesawhow relietedl made to fit quite snuirly. add is perfectand the tongue itself had just stoppe3 nis wile looked as the man took hiiue-- j seliuseUs Ploughman. ly plain down tJio front, with tho exJ. N. Muncy, of the Iowa Stnta ception of tho clnbora'.o brandebourgs wagging and yet when the Captain part u re. opened the door not a soul was visible. College, savs: "Tho and silk pendants which form the fastAll this happened a year ago. I'as .fcricultural The soft, light Hakes of the last snow of reminded of it bv receivin"- tlie follow srerage farmer cannot afford to speo-illl- y enings. - In tbo baok thero are two full prepare his butter for a first-clathe season drifted into his face, and fell ing card, which had been senf&ut which give the required cola and wet on his cheeks. Mrs. generally by the good Captain anflhh fcarket himself, unless he has a dairy fullness to the skirts over the tonruure. "Weatherby was close behind him, and wite: jl at least fifty cows. Even then thero A wide satin ribbon is fastened at the exclaimed: e uu utia and another at the belt. A TnE B.vnv. iiiiuu iuiuuit unuui iuAny onewuuuiurhas had throat nav. who Where did you come from, baby dear? "Merc' me! It was nobody!" wrap, called the Portia, is made of a "Xot even tho cat 'Vs.iiil hnr liiw- - Out of the everywhere, into the here. actical experience in the creamery dark satin brocaded with Tjand. "Old Prim can do a nVht of Wheredid you j?et your eyes so blue? sincss knows that the time required mulberries, and line inside with nut or me scies as l came tbroinrn.J. jnischief Bb&,Baaltring3dQQr; bells. V',inJ makcsj'our roreiioHii llroiorJv haiullo tbo milk from otumau. Another of dove . " Imnil 4.tsnl.l.1t H4.I.i.anthr. T.- J.V. SkyrUoya8BppOijnvo,UvViawmatec lTTl"tlIJUiPJ,J,"lnt,K'-"t:Ti:Latw&cm. whU . .. .. an'. thnMffhlinMu. Wn.. omiiii n n ucu iiiu cmnV auu tl required tohanifle it fronTlTity to and trimmed with broad gray marabout Ji v.. "wuj;"!' w I saw soinethlnu better than any one knowsJM tsy cows. Ho argues that tho fringes. Many jwlisses, of a plain, rich lor it " Whence that smile of bllss g cunery gives oettor returns io mo material, are magnificently embroidered "Wnats that on tbe Three anpets wive me at once a kiss. Where did you get that coral ear? asked Mrs. Wcatherbv. suddenly. fpier than he can realize from a home in shaded silks with chcn.lle tufts dotand it ted through the elaborate design. dy. "It's a drift," said tbe Captain. "I God snoke. you petcame out to he.ir.bands? arms and Where did thoe Love made itself into bonds and bands. tell you what, Mary, there'll be a Gloves, shoes, stockings and underWe have sometimes thought that if Whence camoyour nor'east by nor', with From the same box feet, dear little thincs? garments show no sMnptomsof change, working" should bo tl term as the cherubs' wings. wind that'll make the sails rattle. It's How did they all tlrst come to be you the dairyman's dictionary. neither aro their any novelties to signalabout gettin' up now," and he drew in his God thousrht you me, and so I grew. itnight not be a bad thing either ize yet in the way of jewelry. In mocome us. you dear? uncovered Lead, and was about to shut Hut how did about you,toand so I urn here. or the butter rocco goods, including belts, mouchoir )fc the butter God thought s the hall door. anil poeket-booK- s, n;er. . what do we worK tmt- - pouches, "Tliere is something there, Silas," when da-- h and are stamped portraits of medhcval perbcrfor? iormorly, Your presence is deslrcdit the chriten-- . said his wife, "right on the top step. sonages Very faintly colored, on pale !fl churns were chiefly ued, and injr party of our adopted daughter. Looks like a bundle." wa it wa3 the custom to gather tho dove or s'lvor gray background. These KTIIEU "Wednesday afternoon. January 30, 1SS1. The Captain peered out again. articles are before 'br in the churnwas' moredrawing off solid silver. finished with mountings of Ceremony at 3. my hearty. Sure "It's right you are, . tlputtenmlk, it important MR. AXO MRS. SILAS WE.VTHEISBV. as you live it's a basket." and he y In spring dross fabrics are displayed ;th the butter should be very touched it with his foot. d worked, both before and while many materials, which are ' If anv one expected n fashionable "O, it's the groceries for Itljalting vas being done. But now, remarkably handsome, all founded on t lt.. that careless boy forgot them. No jiauiumijr r. wos &uiipi1.. i. uctuusu liicji w clnirns better adapted to do the the old prismatic, but under new grades, il wonder he ran ava3' when he rang the did not Know their host and hostess w" and with improved mothods- of variations and titles often perplexing bell! FetclPeni in, Silas, and leave very well. The great, comfortable ug them, there is no-- necessity what-- e to comprehend. Others, however, are house was full of guests, but thoy worl them in. the back parlor for any second working, provided oas'ly recognized. Among these tho Hannah will seo them first thing in the mostly people of the Weatherby .jj salting is done as it should be. very beautiful tints of Persian p'nk, morning!" good, plain, sensible souls, who didnot n the butter is taken from the pinky dovo hues, Neapolitan violtt, go through life iuuketing and dancing? cTn. Xete England Farmer. "Better take thera into.the caboose russet and golden brown, golden fawn, mean the kitchen," said the Captain. so they carried into an" occasion of en Butter that is to bo printed needs a rich shade of drake's-nec- k I blue, and "No; it's locked up. Put 'em on joyment in which they participated an i working than if it be put down in sage, olive, laurel and willow greens. that chair by tho door. Ugh! I'm almost childish zest. And all the ladtei tjs, as the moulding, and printing It promises that green, as in the .season T 4Ttrk cilf- i n nrntut shiverin' with the cold air," and the purred over that blessed baby, and all fL.'na r past, will be one of the leading shades the CaptairUnd hcQa in th i,abit of working for spring in good woman sat down in front of the thc gentlemen button-holeand figured . and made him tell the story over, comfprtable coals again. interval goods, particularly in plaidod faorics, t; f 'u "We've a heap to be thankful for, you sayfvei "Found it on tho door-stehours, and the dark or invisible groens as they aro or twenty-fou- r Mary," said the Captain, thoughtfully. How ver,nd fcar to om;t tIie scconti termed seeming to suit every complexit on the door-step-? "lr-c-I sposo so,yt sighed his wife; jr, it would answer the purpose just ion and age. she was thinking just then of two little wcu jf 4jj0 sccomi working is done "And in tliat very boa-t- basket ltich white dresses trimniod with dark graves at Marbiehead.' They had been mean grounded, as it were, at m jterten mrnutes or a half-hoas if brown fur or marabout.feather trimming made nigh on to twenty years agoand feet-rthprettiest wave that ever struclbneaft(,r a longer time. On no e are still fashionably worn, and the effect tbo vacancAr3n her'hea'rt and lifo'had shoals for me -- my eves, sir!" , fount should butter ever be left to of the contrast is very marked and ' " " never been filled. to was Harden ' wailing II pink, hard andrecognize tho babybirlpcj,- -before its second working, ts pleasing. Nuns' veiling, cashmere, At that moment'a' queer little coral ornaments, slip satin brocade, morveilleux. and other JQ cola WCather, when it would cry rang through theToom- The two harder to recognize tho basket, for i tcohie so hard as to require warming firm textiles, either pure white or cream started and looked at each oilier. was one mass of llowers and, tied wit tinted, are the materials in which the A great deal of "Sake, alive! What was it?" nsked ribbons, looked as gay as tr is injured in winter by being frozen combination appears. A stylish evenMrs. Weatherby. peacock. c chilled and then heated up again for ing dress of cream-whit- e satin is made "It came Aout of that basket," said There was only one thing that cam iranffT aml also ;n summer by being with the bodice cut in a low, narrow the Captain; "that fool of a boy has near marring the perfect enjoymentc ttoo long in cold wells or ice chests, square, front and back, tho openings stowed a hand in the fo' castle I mean the occasion. It was when the nun jy j)ary banded with sable, with straps of fur a kitten," an4 he stalked over to it and ister.apalc. slight intelleetuaWookin, Uprofcsso'r Arnold says in tll0 Ncw forming fie very short sleeves. The jerked oil the cover. young man, stepped forward to begr faTribune. "Agood many observing long pointed tunic is draped on one side . .., ceremony in which the "wave" wa ," "By tho great horn spoon!" he exand edged to correspond. Golden-brow- n , ,. . claimed, as lie jumped-bacabout four to have a Christian name, and Captaii ., K marabout feather trimming is .;.,' " 7,iiect; "itrs a imijjvv Weatherby called out still prettier, more appropriate, and jl a great deal of mischief to the butter, "Mercy niel",saitl his wife; "whero "Ship ahoy.!" . II d only - much lighter looking, but any but the because of its did it corje. frami" The gootl man" stopped' andXlook' v..rTrii inn use it in submerginggreat con- - most expensive and bct of marabout is milk inIf V11U1IVV the skies, I should say: that's pcrjiexeu.. very unsatisfactory both as regards ap? --- atow tne prayera, parson, irom .hat the liell rang for,. v Well, I must saia tne F' pretty aimospnenc condensations pearance and wear. much avoided,- the use of say thk ts ail imposition." Captain; "short serrices on this ship, il . Some of the spring bonnets are trimmammy oi cream, :it ifrs-- Wonthcrby Vas lookiug curi- you please." f cuts oninaathe right direction, and med with ottoman or plush ribbons t all ously into'the basket; all she saw was j. ui; miuisiur amiiuu auii lllUCCrC--l with a color on rags, two bright, smiling eyes, and a nrl.!oll tha tAraV'l Uv leaves it in a somewhat dctcri- - reverse bright contrasting their use t'ie side. Besides as ted condition. Were it not for thc .inrl T.ftrnT"lrc rtf tl nitiQcinn iimwn ... little round Head covered with "dark strings they arc found very useful for V1 O...IU" .lUll hair a weo bit baby, deserted and densed by the celebrant into-single 5CU IU blCilllllU", wouldlllsoon occasions, it go out the rose tuffcts employed on many bon" alone. quotatioq;' !or itso many are becoming satisfied nets for general wear in tho place of "I'll go for the police," said the Capt"When ray father and .mother fori milk and flowers and feathers. The colors of the ain, angriby; "shj.ver my timbers if 1 in sase nie,. men tne JLord will take mm t butter from two am cannot compete with that made well,sides of the ribbon must harmonize to havepeople starving their s up." Mrs. M. L liaytie, in Detrpi however, or tho eil'ect is far from con hout such chilling, irom these on my doorstep when there's places Free Press. Cloud blue and sapphire the probability is mat mo agreeable. and cretions prpvjdpd for .them .as are destitute. The pale pink, dovo and rose dairy will continue to blue, wine of ice in thc will make short work of it, Her Last Resort. color, or pale blue, russet nmi less and less in favor and less myrtle greon. deep violet green, aud dary." and lilac go por "They won't kill it. will they?" The other day when old Pungleupj d. till the centrifuge is better adnrrably together, and black, lined Mrs. Weatherby, in a horrified mo grmu iueruuuui, went nome tof ted and comes into general use, and with coral or crimson, is much favored. asked tone, lunch lie was surprised to find an un ams milk wlnlo warm and obviates Dark green plush ribbons faced with "Well, no, wife; that's against the usuui uumuu ui nui; umorenas on necessity for low cooling. Ihen Van Dyke red and ma-linto loose law. But they'll take it where such tno rack--, so lie ascended to his wife's iin the dairy "must go." tuffets are charming, giving the effect waves (he meant waifs) belong. If room anu saui: Imuerfectlv churned butter may be of a nest of moss. Ar. Y. Evening Post. you ain't afraid to slay alone I'll run" roved by working in the salt and "Anybody in the parlor, mv dear?" out.to tne text corner ana fetch one.' "Yes, dearest," replied his bettorJ scttin"" it away ior a lew nours. An old physician, a man of recogWhen thc Captain returned with the r1""1) tlrw " oo Ti,ffr?M. tiiu i:"i . liolf Ited very heavily', as it should bo iuuiuK l.n policeman ho had to stop to explain tho touches to an elaborate toilet.iinisnincrt I'iuch a case, the salt will lorm a nized scientific authority, gives it as his "1'es exact spot where they foundthe basket, uimiui,iuiiiiviivi i'cujjic. merest je, which, at the second working, opinion that "cigarettes and cheap how the'bell had rung.etcj and so it the doctor, an expressman, hackmin w briu"- away more or less of tho weed cigars ore at present doing more was a half-hoor more before they got a grocery clerk, a telegraph ci.ni and milk that should have been than all things else to stunt the growth of our into tho bad? parlor. There Mrs. ami uiuu messengers in tne parlor. Aerated from tho butter by wasning morals." city boys, in body, mind and He n'dds: "If the smoking "Weatherby sal vith tne cnurn, anu oeioro object rolled up "What on earth are they hero fnr?" wfc it was in table-clotsolid habit among American boys continues in a in her lap and "Well, you see, lovey, my new plush thhuttnr was crathcred into a baskiog contented "in the rays of the and rep princess came homo fivA rWa m nut it is far better to tio mo to increase as it has done, our next genof children will e lire. ciping as it should be done, and then eration and American Chicaqo Journa'. ago, and it has been doing'nothino-b- nt idiots." work will be plain and dwarfs "Herd we arc," said the Captain, in rain ever since, ive stood it just as tnpbsequent & brisk tone. "Now, Mr, Policeman, long as I could, and so when it rained ej Have the churn large enough so you can take the youngster off in the again to uay l just rang ftplentv of thin, sweet milk or water A company of gentlemen who for basket it come in, jc&u't you?'' on tno iciegrapn inuieator, so I could caje mixed in vith the cream when some time past hat e been engaged in "It's a nice boy," said tho police- nave somoooay to show-i- t to. Isn't it Ls into the churn. This will digging at various points along the man, looking down on the tiny head too ioveiy ior anyming.'- - and, with it the process of churning, Hudson River, New lork, for the gold an basking in tne firelight. expectant smile, she rustled down- - biwill result in better butter and alleged to have .been buried by the "Ciirl,"' correctcif Mrs. 'Weatherby. suurs. oifrancisco I'Okt. ml of it. There is always a waste of famous Captain KTdd, have oTcred the "I tall jou what, Silas. I think I had mn when the churning is done In a United Mates. Government better keep the baby till thc mornht". Brick Pomeroy prophesies that the' vOshort time, portions of it being i oi what 'h-- 3 might find if given per- It don't seem exactly'Christian to let it time is coming wnen there will not be 'wfcd into the buttermilk. It is such l m. ion to carrv on their otwratums or, nnf: in ihf n1il frk.nwrlif- qtrom " u. imusuiiui in iew jtorK Point upo.i .. , uitviv v, bmilk that sometimes pays for a tion. ,Y We-- tSun. military reserva-.T1 .... auii. iuu, .. &tnm "ft"'"police- -' I .mmu. '?.! Vl Jilr"' 1". me juaiiu s M churning. The Diiry. v blank Best "with piigeU s ;ht, .their, And, thro' vain longings, pass dpspalr." - "gOO. if "'''" " ff n '"fn r'hmrfiii inirn iTHMMaMaMinMiiiiii 1 looked 'in rTlP" mggiins: amons aFHri rtissless nastures. rairwccds furiifahliinplstoui.wa - 1 -- n ,n prTi r mTtlVo .COWS. iiii. m iim.B itiijttm uri:iniir- reiea.wors5 Tiliotllin?mlli . .1iMj - Prelate purple is announced. Helioiropo 'shades will be In high vogue next season. Immense and diminutive collars arc alike fashionable. Elaborate brandebonrs;s and fourages fasten and decorate the new spring jackets and waistcoats. Parisian and English styles will hold high rivalry in tho forthcoming fashions for 'Si. Bands of piece velvet or velvet ribbon arc, and will bo, very fashion ibly worn, one of the most stylish dn'sses jot seen this season bo:ng thus trimmed. A plain skirt of rich faille was cih by three rows of vet, a narrow, straight tahltar ot bro cade forming the front, ami the bag ' oJ. ii . JjdjlyOmTUic bacicav. jtu wi Mir-rouml- ed two-iiu-- in almrwt r 'I - bad-lookin- g .'..... fore-lino-e- 2i p up to tho bands kept in place by being attached to portions of the skirt. Tho bodieo formed a short, round point at tho back, and a d one in front. The brocade reached to each side of tho front only, the space left beingof faille banded across by velvet. A velvet shoulder cape, ojien in front .vith silk, finished with velvet bauds, completed the costume. This style could be advantageously copied- - in less expensive tlie-.washarp-pointe- .r.r8B the skirt, quite iithi nf rnh-n-t '- - ltt- - vil. i stiubk'v m out-do- or well-drass- cd t "Ting-a-linir-a-lin- g, ro-ia- nd sea-sou'- s 1 ! - " 1'11-sS- d tellv-gram- " andij , $. .JVrl s Py kuife-pliitio- g. ss sec-on- pluin-cofaro- d . jpt 1 fawn-oolort- -- 1 ..n ?" E1 three-corner- door-step- nor'-cast- er -- to-nig- ht, card-case- thor-iottl- self-clore- ? z - . to-nig- -- d solf-color- ed p, work-remarkabl- s, 1 ur e ac-th- , m es-i- -- - ,fcforerc-workin- g. but-rose-pi- nk k --- " - Titrtvl-'rirrtoiwT- nl a ice-coole- d ba-ic- e , I ' - ur te i?g 1 some-tiifreta- rd one-four- th V "' ti Professor J. L. Smith's private colNo personage "There, Till the prescription as quick National Capitol in at ing wore is lection of mctoorites, the largest m the, ,,s as you can and give me a dose of it worhi, have been bought bv Harvard nOWtllS tention " ItwbidV'-h- o right away," said an old chronic Achille inst College for $10,im Iturbide. WV as h came in grumbler to a druggist, Tery small r introduced, and Thc Ontario Legislature," by a mawith his hand on his stomach ami gave is ireiae aneiy- jority vote, has declared in favor of ed of those vo the druggist a prescription for some number tnsiwaprcs- made young man of 01 mo sexes uv p.iasuig ; uiuuui . "A man medicine for stomach-acheejJurMitary ucation of tho admission.oFladiesti in favor ence recognise, mi of hounds to chase a wants a pack cofawpyvind- - University College, loronto, to the throne doctor down and catch him when a heir of Auirustin IX owXcxico, son Mr. Buxton, Chairman of the .LonJ man is sick, but it ne is wen ne can u vouar man. of identify this tall", go a block without running over half a or i thn don School Board, states that, 'tanomajp onas decidedly America: it mav seem, the more vigof- dozen of them, and the sick man smelled vfhl talked Ioils as compulsion is enforced against vhom ously soap on thc show case. little Prince heiWUS of a box of toilet state tendency to about while 7 Had trouble findinc a doctor, oh?" in his ancestor's P ,cji V(Wg Maxi- - absentees, the greater the school. an irregular attendance" at Bald thc druggist, as ho went behind milliau's reign- cBiiorr ne was of Thc and 'i.i.:..Wm tt liori' rLJifcarlSVfc sthtftarcscrintionof casebottle, poured some there as MaximHlia: Opl:Isofl,biit Methodistfirst societyZion the African Church of holding the ho was none the Episcopal a, out sfrbedBj$lfe work that ho had not ff iv"mjier 111 Pork in his mouttTT 'W electors arc reality. It must l.Ptfrnver, in North Carolina was organized in 1SGI. t baard thTitewcV of hU dicoverer,and (.ntnnn liUatfhn rpt: of ns. and thev can t ; V:r ,....,-'aHotta, There are now ojX) societies, and 37-- t -. -ik t. ui..-. qncMver ji,' "iv."i;" rrr'"awMtTni v'.i.ju-i- r HStioe.tp Aivpmrvw i" -sschurches have bd;n built. The mejn--mr ftato3y v, OTOWMtm t In 'r nrt tnemtOfciDetfiverTwnRr 'Y'tneciiiii -tr W i to apaut. 5UjPL tiT...MiTrr inM.towhtp UafcincrcAs;e .vLypsof tKrmC!X.tJ3 Sdseayounawo:. ...i wflo at ouce? ' said the" grumbler as ho fact, TlnlfiitfilU mSUKKftinuwm' "hat of a "4iii v- - V. for when no V 5vr - i: otiore. oal - - Miried tho,Jiafilled with horror picked up a bottle of rose extract on tho nlution returned to irjudicious Rev. Dr.:Hopper," veteranjmissionj show cao, And squirted about ten cents mother's control, shrfbttd him greatly The farRferwas p s thinks Edwin Arnold! and indignation attic crime that before worth on an old, dirty handkerchief. spoiled and difficult manage. When ary in the Eat, tnal.numbcr of Budd- of tho tho manl'ould sprAig out he seized a "Doctors ought to bo in their offices poor mad Carlotta vis taken over tho estimate lusts iu the world is too high by about club that lay near and dealt the robber where you can call them at tho drop of is 'that Mexico was no?wjc comfortable His a powerful blow of tho head. Thc man the hat. How does a doctor know when sea the lawful clainmf of the crown 400,000,000. quite own 'belief of them 73,00 VK) there are not fell into tho gravt and neither uttered a man is going to havo colic? He must for regime, i'Go.OOO.OQO than during a sound nor motet after falling. Tho take it for granted that somebody is then the Iturbides t fedFrench I nited all told, as agaiust; some to the and farmer became alarmed. Dropping into going to have it all tho time, and be States. "Mrs." IorWe, as she has Confucian's ts. Tho Chautauqua school of theolthe grave himself, he raUed tho man's ready to go. If a man is run over in since been called, bin) related to tho ogy, organized about a yea ago, is Iwdy. The grave robbor was nono other tbo street, or drops down with sunstroke ',,T"r" steadil- - growing, in spite of difficulties than the soxtou of the obtirch, n man or apoplexy, ufteen doctors will be on distinguished Lew hmil .. .... ... .ibJvtulilil" standing liiirliin the community. Ho the spot in two minutes, and each will incidental in the creation of an entirely mgton's sister, thrf nt to the ovt new undertaking. It already enrolls was dead. glare at thc other as though the other students in Hebrew, 1G1 in The farmer hurried back home, and, was standing around looking for a job, family seat, "Marmot" in the valley forty-fou- r , tolling hu relatives of what had oc- and then thoy will all refuse to help the of Virginia. Here thy remained very Greek, 105 in doctrinal theolog-- 126 in curred, he at once left the State. Only man until professional courtesy is satis- quietly, aud thepaJgof disappointed practical theolog3-- , besides others in five persons over knew tho secret of the fied, and it is thoroughly understood ambition which thfiresumably felt the minordepartment" graveyard tragedy besides the living whose patient the man is. But if I am world knew nothinr I Mrs. "iturbide Tho Chritliun Intelligencer has reprincipal. Who found tho body of tho taken sick in tho night I may ring tho was a Miss Green' ameniber of tho ceived a letter from Rev. James II. sexton dead in the gravo was crank off my telephone, and yell fire historically famous foflv of that name. Ballagh, of Yokohama, Japan, in which not Hitivoly kuown by them, and murder, and lhavo to grunt it out She was the beauty fier .day, and said he announces- - "the prospect, the ceriMit as it was given out by till morning. I was sick half tho night to have been as anbious as she was tainty, with God's blessing, of a revival J his family that he died suddenly, and couldn t ring up a doctor, and this beautiful. results power There seems no ftlr way in which of tenfoldover tho and spiritual no investigation was over made, morning I went down to blow up four and this 3'ear gracious reviving lor they supposed that tho body must havo different ones that I tried to call, and to account, for terininrriage. last year," as the outcome of the boen discovered by some one of tho each ono of them apologized by saying while the man whfajhe choso for her observance of the Week of Prayer. family before its position was known ho was out all night with a patient-Bal- i! husband was said Wve been remarkfasSalliancy Speaking of the church attendance to any one disc. I know they didn't all have able for his mentafI t arcely and possible in New York, the author of the annual cinating manner, Tho sexton s family soon afterward patients sick all night. Thoy got to Missionary Somoved away. His slayer wont to an boil and didn't want to get up. Sup- that a fastidious, heactifnl 3 oung girl report of the New York to o crlook ciety says: Below Fourteenth Street; could have brougj Ohio town, where he married and grew pose I had died, couldn't I have sued his physical defelad she not been there is "a population of 511,920, with into prominence ami wealth. He died them for damages?" Above Fouroverweeningly ahttS)us. He looked, 111 Protectant dilast week. His secret was never "I don't believe, where you are going it is said, like son tSfeous little gnome, teenth Street thereare 285 Protestant vulged; ami oven his wifo and children when you die, the court would have with a population of livod in ignorance of it. Tho secret at jurisdiction in the case," said tho the malformatiot resulting from a fall churches, down the marblestsTrs of his father's It is supposed that the I'rotestant poputho time of his death was in the keep- druggist, dodging behind thc prescriptho city is from 500,000 to ing of two persons alone, tho other tion case, for fear the sick man would palace, through iirelessness of his lation of nurse when he wp ja infant. The inOne of these per- throw a bottle of citrate of magnesia at throe having died. fom the There aro in New York City,' acsons is a loading clergyman of Alle- him. "But. honestly, doctors havo a juries resulting ffsfpine fall maimed was twisted, cording to the last annual report of the him for life. gheny. The other is tho writor's in- pretty hard time being pulled out of churches, he gjoa formant, a resident of the oil regions. bed at all times of thc niglit, when peo- dwarfing his fotttall until man. was City afissionary Sceiety, 489 accommoHis chapels and missions, with as a scarcely four Ho says that the death of the principal ple imagine that thoy arc sick. Now, arms dations for 375,000 persons. They aro in tho graveyard tragedy has released if you had been very sick, tho doctors bod3 was broad in,iingainly, his long. His facedul' been "so crushed conducted at an annual expense of rehim from all pledge of secrecy. He would have got to 3011 too quick, but not a vestige of about $3,000,000. The number of Profuses to reveal the nnmes, but affirms the- - knew it was only a toraporar' by the accident noso remained oept the distended testant evangelical places of worship i. every particu- affair with 3'ou, of no particular that tho story is true in nostrils, and hisn'alt was the hop of a S9G, with accommodations for 275.00 J lar. I! radford Pa.) Cor. X. Y. Sun. would be all frog. Such wasfhflniperial Prince of persons. Tho regularly incorporoted aud that right iu tho morning, so they thought Mexico when tiefjjeautiful Virginia Protestant evangel ual churches arc 27S, Place. it would be hotter for them to sleep," girl married him; get it must be said with an average membership of 800, The Man Who Knew and the druggist put a label on thc botwould give a total of 83,400 memhe was universally admired and "Say, Sambo, do you know where tle aud toltfthe customer it would be that by those wionerves were suffi- which Thc 356 Protectant evangelical liked bers. Ward's place is in the South End?" cents -- ten cents for the ciently "strong to qtgrcome the repug Sunday schools have 88,23 pupils. I ho sovent3--liv"Golly, massa, bet yor life Sambo medicine and sixtj'-liv-e tho nance ins norriDE sppcaraiieu uunvu. religious and charitable societies cents for bottle, know dat." 300. The receipts and disHe was, moreovirfei singularly unos"All right. Take this horse there, "No consequence!" said the sick tentatious habit?tc sole excep bursements of the local charitable orand hnr'sTdft cents for vour trouble:" man. "What do you call it when .ytion boinnr t lm flUitom . oi rain- ganizations amount to Sl.OOO.UlK) per "?J'-' aiiOTlt inT Witftt win wherever ho annum. to woruaiirev uie suvor pieco to tno place aud trios to get back where it went his table servVb of massive gold. happy African. belongs, and each vital part gets to Yet even was aparently merely a PDXfiEXT PARAGRAPHS. This conversation took place at one quarreling with the other, aim there is habit and this nothiig of parade about it. had of the periodical salos of worn-ou- t his a regular rough aud tumble fight? In't The son, a fine laC who inherited A Louisville lady has sued for di-- ? j horses at the Metropolitan horse-ca- r it an- - consequence when a man is mothers good lotfcs, had rather a vorce, asserting that her husband stables. doubled up with pain so he can see rough time of it Miu-- he first came has not dono any work for fourteen The first speaker was a South End stars By I laid there four hours, among his Virginia cousd There are some women who grocor hv the name of Ward, who had thinking jjum, 1 would bust, and I came ins. It was a newexperience to tho want a man to be on the jump all tho purchased one of the animals for sale down this morning to whip some small autocrat to neet companions of time. Courier Journal. dollars, in- doctors: but the- - begged oil" on his own age upon tbj unusual plane of for thc lum of forty-eigh- t Gold thimbles were among the tending to use him in his store team. tho ground that the- - were not at equality. The deferential petting ho scone of tho home. Another thing that is not just had received at the court of Mexico, "costly favors" distributed in a german ' The second and last the other evening, as if any fashionable eomedyoocurred at the samo jdaco right is doctors joking a sick man. It where every child Se came in contact young woman of the period ever has .. nearly three hours after. The grocer may do to joke some men when thcy with was his vcr3-- obedient subject, had occasion to use such a thing. iAs had gone to his place of business, but, arc'sick, but when I call a doctor I want not prepared him far the them a broom or a sewing manot limtiug cither darky or horse, re- him to look solemn, as though Pwas of a Republic. chine, says Mrs. Parvenu. Brooklyn turned to the stables in high dudgeon to going to die. Then when a fellow gets Since the father's" death the widow get track of his property, if possible. well he feels as though a doctor and son have made Iheir home at the Eagle, j, A Morgautown (N. C.) boy,, who The negro approached. amounted to something; whereas, if a old Green mansion on the Georgetown recently had a quarrel with his sweet"Here, you black rascal, what havo doctor comes in and jokes and tells Heights making their home there, but heart, sent her the following touching'? you done with my horse?" stories and says you arc all right and going to Mexico sufficient- - often to valentine: "My dearest and sweetest "Toot, 'im over yander, massa." all you want is to stay in the house a prevent possible oblivion of' the son's Amanda, I've been, but:V "Over where?" day or two, you kick on paying the bill. claims, for the mother, it is said, conf- mndor. Your heart not harden, but never tolo me, Gen'l. Who wants to pa- - two dollars a visit to idently expects her son's restoration. v "Down whar yer Golly, waited mos' fo' hours, den told have a doctor come in and tell you to To the disinterested observer of the grant me our pardon, I'm sorry I 'dander. " do gen'man mus' start fo' de stable. He take more exercise and not cat so much? present political aspect of Mexico, hers histed your say, 'Dot's all right, Sambo. Here's What I want is pills and powders when would seem a forlorn hope. Yet who A Duluth woman kicked a man on-tde dollar,' an' den he dun knock 'im in I am sick, and not social intercourse," can sa3'? Mexico is "as uncertain as a tho shin and jabbed out his eye with an, j de head.-havo umbrella simply because he kissed" her t cork' out the grumbler took ' "Knock w ," but the truth of tho and bottle and smelt of the medicine. of volcano -and less probable things And et he thought it was very funny?"the his happenedwhole matter flashed upon tho irate And it is not impossible that this If she had rammed the umbrella down., "O, I don't know,," said the druggrocer's mind, and he never finished gist, as ho tried to sell the sick man a graceful, handsome young man, at his throat and opened it inside of him r to death.' the sentence. His razor to cut his throat with; "I think a whom all (speaking figuratively) the he might have been tickled horse had to Ward's boneyard in- good doctor ought to b cheerful aud pretty girls in Waslungton are making Texas Sifting. . ., f. stead of to its right destination, and sociable." eyes, may one day become Augustin It is no wondur that so many pco- - . had been knocked in the head as the pie are colorblind in this countn when" "Yes, but condemn them, they can HI., Emperorof Mexico. first step toward being converted into As for himself, he is not at all over-eas- t, some of the newcolors aredesignatcd a.sy , Now, various mercantile articles at the island. overdo it," said the oldgrumbler. seemingly, by anT possible futuro "burned cream, baked pears, crushed Without a word the unfortunate man vou remember last summer, when I greatness. He is the gayest "in tho raspberry, scorched banana, speckled""' My doctor had a touch of dropsy. skirted for his store, while Sambo, looked me over, and with a sober look swim;" he goes everywhere a man of "reengage and terracotta." Elephant's watching his retreating form, was heard told me he would have to operate on fashion may. He admires American Breath, monko3''s smile, and canary to mutter: in girls, it is said, most profoundly and bird's gasp, will probably'be "Gollv! Seems like dar wus a mis- me, and ho wanted to have a consulta- enthusiastically. Possibly tho mother the spring. San Fraticisco Evening' tion with another professional man. take sornewhar!" Boston Globe. rearing .1 '$ That sacred me, and I felt as though I overlooked this contingency in a fore- Post. him a 1' American. Of course it's was getting the worth of m- money, Miss Edith (age I six) Mamma, many a Must Sec the Chips Fly. but when I asked him who he wanted gone conclusion that he is to thev say the Gibbsos have come into a Mexican Princess toblesse oblige, and whole lot of money. Ella Stahfordrsays for consultation he said he wanted a A man, unless he is a mere drudge, all thai sort of tiling. He himself thev are real common and vulgar, but?, v cannot work without seeing results plumber. Then ho laughed. When a laughs about it. think we had better be very nice U n His mind must be follow has got dropsy he don't want no from his labor. But such a battfy of fascinations I plumber, and don't you forget it. Now, them, as there arc two boys in tho, . gratified by thc fact that he is producing have been opened upon the Prince that grow . my something, or he will turn from his he" doctor is a good fellow, but when the perturbed mother has evinced much family about my age, and when! youst wants to look at my tongue he says, up something might "come ,of.h work, even if he is paid tor doing it, Stracted attention. run out that tripe eight or ten in :hes.' uneasiness and has ufch curiosity and know. TneJuilge. e? with disgust Society looks on Who knnws? Soma dav. after it was My- tongue is no tripe and no man- must smiles. Some .years ago tho tread-miWashington Q". A. J. liorhf. used in prfTons. It was a large, wide 6a- so. When I had a boil on 1113- neck wets to a more perfect stage of evolu--- 7 wheel on 'which convicts stood and he came in one day when 1 was feeltion and development; the lollipop- man & Could tietllh Again. in his head, and the v ... turned it by moving their feet. Tho ing mad enough to die, and he said, for sev- may grow lead wheel did nothing but turn, and this 'Hello, old Yellovstoue Park, hov "I haven't seen youjpet dog husband world can utilize its dudes for lead pen- - v. That made mo eral days," said a Soierville barrenness of results so injuriously af- is your geiser1 cils. As there Ls nothing in the dude's 1 . fected the health of the convicts that hot. When tell a doctor that I think to his wife. there is plenty of room ;foc fact is I head now,and hence this theory is "a!L- - , "No." she replied; the tise of the wheel as a punishment one ot my lungs is about gone, I don't the lead, was abandoned. We recently met with waut him to say that I will be all right lini mi'nn llTnl AWaVA the more plausible. Time will tell.'-- . '.; "Why, von nceunn ;- - ""-.anecdote that illustrates the point with one lung as long as I have two an Williamsporl Breakfast Table. galls. Such things always seem to mo I had uo particular objection to him. we have made. "wrotV.dollar.witlrS... General Jackson "O, I know' that; bat I thought that A young Yankee found himself, some to bo trilling with serious subjects. But D and God There;,, I was mad when my liver got out of it was not right for ao to 1 have a pet a big few million with a little g.living in "" ' years ago, in the interior of Pennsylpeople still are a hen, .nave sucn ,i niu,nf vania without a cent. He applied to a order and the doctor looked me over "". ..win flr house the United Slates who do the saiffe? and told me I would die unless I took a good, kind husbandlto tavisn my wealthy Quaker for help. thing every day. But not in print; oli.'a--; his prescription, and then he went down upon. "I will furnish thee with work, and to a hardware store a chair with no, "brethren, not in print. They're, and sent me up a The husband sank hto pay theo fur it, friend," replied the very careful to have tho capitals k and saw and had a label on a deep sigh. Quaker; "but it is not my custom to want, Mary?' he properly and respectfully placed in "How much do you give alms to one able to labor, like the saw 'to be used an hour before eatbusiness they use a littlp m ing.' Doctors think they aro darned asked, as he drew hisjva let from his print, but in while the D is a thee." nonpareil g, sacque, be sealskin "That's all I want," answered tho smart and know it all, but to show 3011 pocket; "it can'tnearly-P.verpica gothic Burlington Hawkeye. what .confidence U1C3' have in them- for the winter is Yankee; "I'm willing to work." Will Always Remembor. said, "jus not a sealskin selves, if the3" have thc mat"No,'.' she "What can thee d , friend?" new Wo met as the boir of the old church" ro- . "Anything.- - I will do any sort of ter with them they send fo'r another sacque; but I wouldreallv like a ' sounded, doctor. The3' don t dare prescribe for silk for the spring, and you know it s work to get a little money." VCi...... met in the iceadow, not far from 'fiTs. We made, and nil lane "Well there isja log yonder; and themselves, confound them," and tho got to be" bought and My limb's, how they shook, and my heart, hpwg-:,old graimbler went off and forgot his that," 4 handed her tho there is an av. Thee may pound on the was, ny2. "Now " hcjsaid, as ba log with the head of the "ax, and if thee bottle of medicine. Pcck,s Sun. And oh" how I suffered I How money, "what proof 5jvor affection is diligent I will pay thee a dollar a .. Tis aires a&o, but I'll always remember; in J'V-- 6 me wken you want anday." The world has probably never seen will vou nve Iter breath, sweetand balmy as hay dressl since you kre given away Tho 3011th went to work. For a few just such a funeral procession as the other III never f orpet that dark nhtht in December JT minutes he pounded the log lustily. one of Lieutenant DeLong's, who your dog?" - - r,- - . - How I went o'er tk? fence with the help of,a sne sweety icr he paused to take breath. 'U, BeThen cowl perished in the north. It has traversed '. A' 1. Jfornuitf Journal. ginning again, he pounded for half an 8,051 miles by reindeer, horse sleds and the dog to my Somc'rctite Jour- GW0 Mi? Susan B. Anthouv says tSe and stopped. Throwing down the by railroads preparatory to nearl back again. hour Greatest hindrance to the siiuse of wo-.ax, he walked away, saving: 3,000 miles of ocean transit, which nal. "I'll suffer before I'll cut wood with- makes a distance of nearly half around man suffrage is woman's ignorance of A writer in a Boston paper says money matters. Among the class of. out seeing the chips fly." the world. refrigerator contains e that tho family represented by Miss Anthony-therHo had a mind which rebelled against many of the disease spreading germs maidens au alarming amount tf may be the body's working without results. Six little stowaways, ranging in often mistakenly supposed to be in the in this direction, but if the ToulJi's Companion. age from seven to thirteen, were landed driin Dines, and hothink3 that the ionorance woman's rights' only knewi apostle of health in the different in San Francisco recently, havinir Wendell Phillips had a collection brought over from Liverpool on a been should make regular inspections of all what a.bargain a married woman.-qan.sail- drive when sho makes up her mind .toj of canes that were carried by men of ing vessci. xney protesseil to be or- of c.v..n tfMirs for the price of a sealskin note, and a few pikes, oneof "which was phans, and wanted "to come to the nposnrin" bonnet she would not Harrison tl boy used in the attack on Harper's Ferry, Suites to earn a fortune as bootblacks." Rev. Thomas iu lSo'Jr by oneof John Brown's party. They have started in the busincss.Sui. "lircacher.clairus lofconvert, on an make so sweeping a statement. 0tsews. t caao e peeple a day. linslon Journal. average, thirty-fivAinncisco tail. I and fifty years ago an old log (Adrch stood on the South Commons m Bcgheny City. It was then in the openjtffiuntry. Adjoining and & church was a graveyard fronting? ftlhe public road. Abot'tisftjrcak ono moaning in 1840 on his way to Pittsa farmef?iO-vaburgh wiwa load of dressed meat heard sounds iii$hg from the graveyard as if kno king a box to pieces some ' with an sxe. He climbed tho fence and MoIm aloSein tho direction of the solicits. iSiH'fead g6no but a short dis tance vMle found a;jiwm'engagcdain rjetweB-forty t .Secret Well Kept. ?i The Chronic Grumbler. Washington's So frri: . - SCHOOL AND CHURCH. ckty of .the j$ s nL-witl- ced-ftu- Hrr! H .-- r-- :- -- -- , " r-. -- -- ninnt !. - -- - 11 Tr-?i- -"" r- 1 .? kwt' " 91 Ji - -- - en-jo3'- ed iTr-c- lf chu-che- s. G0O,-00- 0. (t, e, e num-bcrov- er ""f"'""Ilo . n high-spirte- " well-o-iv- e give-and-ta- - . '" " - forty-eight-doll- ar ad-le- -- -- ll - "0 ." " ns saw-buc- four-liho- -- ;- . g - an3-thin- . 3. I -- -r j xhem.-l'hiladelphia- -Prtxs- !..., I !i . O) . I- H - vr I f f ...., Tom; "upon my won' I don't thiiiK shfl roady tn murder .Eifnend. really enros about Bartlott." SpoMMrtfor the fcnn.?LSt?.r.??.,?e "Wait a fow minutes and yaij H1 motive?" II .co.Ulu'twakehernoonuir" Spencer looked jff bo wished tho know for cartain." lry some GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. After a few moments more and a cer; "throw it water, ' su"r0atod onrm. question had not bcekct1' in hor face Tom t powerful pass or two. Spencer gently Tom sei.sl the bottle, t mind te KENTUCKY .. V1 and was on HICKMAN. opened hor eyes, which were qufto once. Von Member collie lixel. eJ,""t, . de,S5"i,' ler when her Fletcher?" f" hcr at 0I, ojieneu. "Thoro she is, j'ou oe," he said to vjra K"iiiv IP" she ' "Yes; I thought ; ;'Wliero am THE EASTER MORN. asked dreamily. Tom. time." my room," replieil Spencer Aro yon corlain sho's oil'?" -"So I did, but $ed t0 now if Alt hall tho gladsomo faster Mom, don't be frightened " Uowors are born; she For reply Spoucer gave hcr ear a For which tho into a trance, liked me. ."I remember now, you were goinr to Earth wears her gayest robes pinch. with her consent. 3 made her an mesmerize me. Did von p" AnU casta her Lenten jrarb away. "You soe sho is absolutely unconItlnjroutl ring clear! offer. She refused niS .. . kinson,and Jflnjr far and ncarl scious." he said ; "you might cut oft no,,;!!itlIiVi,an3Wercd O. bells In steeples high I ucr arm ami site would not feel it. 1 ve it afterwards?" ItinjTlntho dawn been bavins ft nny Of KatcrMorn. .r" A ZUK" dream " in s.l a "Sot an atom. Tl$st of.,t ,s ,that What shall I ask hcr ?" sky. Itcncath a spring-tim"Ask her about the ball," suggested at tho KMterVn7Jagain." USntl WM ' the subject can't helpS?werinS Bloom, lilies, on your slender stems by etiquette JLOIII. lutely truly. n iJ Wilkinson whispered to Spencer-"- I To crown the day like diadems "Very well; I'll make her believe she ... .Tfrt. lou re a or nnvMiim.thought you told me they never And lifting up your petals white. m is at the Kestertons' dance. Miss Du- remembered what had happened?" lucky fellow, Tom oV becn Slake Easter altars glaJ and bright. While ring- 81) clear, Spencer could only look piixzlml. proposing t0 jjj!,s Jirant without rant !" From far and near. "Yes," replied Amv, dreaniilj. having to experiment & l.y this time Amy was completely reTho bellrt in "teonle hhrb. , "Can vou hear what I say?" And glad hearts raise "les," was Tom's $U.IC "W:,. covered, and Tom thought it best to Their songs of pnilso "Yes' o uouot about hciis,u get over the necessary scene as soon as sky. Ueneath n "Do vou know who I am ?" "I hope not, as we auSlS'"J;, Mary D. Brine, in Gtdtlen Dayt. possible. "No."' "lou're a lucky do$s a ch:irm "Miss Durant," ho said, I'm e "You ought to know mv voice," said I mnst ask you a fow quostions, sorry inggirl." renA SCIENTIFIC KX1M.I.UIEST. Wilkinson nuturallv?entcl1, but did Spencer. "I'm Tom Wilkinson." dered necessary by whut said dur"I say, Jack" - interrupted Tom. not fool altogether nle when SPen" ing your trance. Did Tom Wilkinson had looked forward "Shut up! Have ou enjoved the either Mr. Bartlett or .Mr. dance with Spencer the 17th of December ccr began praising Mis$urant some ovoning?" to the evenin:-o' tho Kestertons'?" witlj sonic amount or pleasure. He what enthusiastically. Ho felt still less sojS"1 Sponeer "erymueh.' was the eagor reply. "Of con iso you saw me; why do vou w,ts to spend it at the house of" his "Have you danced with Mr. Bnrtle'tt ask such a question?" fe a' 'ebt irieud Jack Spencer, of Guy's. Not ended bysaviup- ?T' "You" don't know ? you meet only that, but Spencer's aunt, who d gratitude you owe racKon1, "la, several times, and I'm ongaged lightl one evening this man by last week?'"' kept house for him, had been kind make her think vou thejSnes1 scamp to him for another waltz." lorn, fixing his eyes on her. enough to ask Amy Durant, Tom's "Ah, I soe him coming," said Spen Amy drew limelf up. fianc c, to come as well. Tom had but uu mi- unriu ana 1 tnra- -fe :or; "i must resign youju suppose." "What do you meant "I refuse to answer." sho said. few opportunities of meeting" Amy, so "Now," hewhiswertMl to Tom. miinK-"I mean she is a sipi1" subject. "I have asked Spencer," ho naturally was glad of this one. cs- on - Tom; "he denies it, but I believewent b'ut the reason why will soon I could eas'ly gain cqj!efe control here''s vour chance: I'll mnka bar falsely. Iieciallv liove you're Bartlett" over her mind and cftfifub the I ask 3011 for the hist time." Tom camo forwiol. in tho waking sj "I will not lower nnself by roplvng However, for some reason or other, "Can I speak iu my natural 'oieo?" to suoh a question, Wilkinson bogan to M uncomfortho did not greatly enjoy himself. "Miss rctunjod a'wv, moving toward tho fcjor. .,-Spencer, having taken the somewhat able, and changed the Jiect abruptly. ho asked. J "Yes; but try and talk intcllurently, "Did you haon4 time at the "Ah, 3011 cannot i.ny it!" bnrsTonl "bold step, for her, of inviting the lovers " daS"&ooljoi5 night?" like Bartlett." Tom. "(), Amy, yon have basely de-- . house, did not see lit to leave Kesterton's r But Tom could only make a few ceived me, Splendid," replied Spcer, warmly. ha'vo confessed unconthem alone for an instant. apid observations, tifl hpt'iicer told sciously iu your sleep that you dont iJack Spencer scarcely saw the fun of He was not so wrapped p in scionce having Tom wp to spend an evening that he was unable to enfr tho lighter him to begin dancing, as ho was mak-m- g care for 11111, hut that others own what Amy believe the waltz had you call your heart. Now I know tho trying-tbe alone with Miss Durant; so, pleasures. "I'm afraid you didn't, Tom put his arm round her wnwt truth, and I resign 3'ou nnd happinesi sCTterau hour's insipid music, and more though; you looked as if pu had the and slow!' moved hcr round the room. forever." insipid conversatton, ho drew Tom out bluer." Tom could not S3y he! bd passed a "I haven't often had this pleauro to"Very well,'1 replieil Amy, calmly, of the room on a ery weak pretext, pleasant evening. - The rih was that night," ho said, speaking in his char- "if 3ou choose to aot so stupidly and dragged him od to his den. you may do so." "Look here, Tom, I've had enough of Amy had, on that occi4n, danced acter of Bartlett. "O, how can say so, Mr. Bart- "Without cause!" ejaculated Tom, that cackle. Comeand havea'smoke." several times with BarEel a cousin, ' ! don't care iM do; but I'm afraid and a reputed old llame f iers. Tom jcm., mis is tne tuiru wauz vouve sarcastically. "Without eause," replieil Amj "Can Alny won't half like my leaving her." was of a very jealous dsjjsition, and hal.s Tom looked daggers at Spepoer, you listen to reason for a moment? a mistake: ihJn't Hatter your- had taken ollenseat it wjltfut explainthere who oncouraged Iiim by a look to o though self o irrosslv. llesides. vou'll see ing his reaion. Constantly- alic-deservo to have it " watted on don't When Mr. Sponeer on. plenty of her when vou're married. linl nvictl diirinff til lifoiyou. "Aren't Ihe afraid Mr. Wilkinson thought he had mesmerized me I had hell get on very well with my aunt decided coolness botwcQjnthe lovers, present will be jealous?" now they're alone, and it strikes me and Tom had hoped that simply shut 1113-- eyes to induco the "O, let him be if he likes," said trance. 1 therefore heard von weren't gctiing on very brilliantly. evening he might haves' chance of converAmy; "don't let us talk about him; lot's sation, and gathered that I was to bo making matters smooth 5n. "Now "what wdl you smoke?"" ITve some rather good cigars" was However. Amy had nt felt called talk about something pleasant." made tho subjoet of an experiment to ' burst out Tom: gratify your jealous. I need not say "You dare to Wilkinson's reply; "let me 'offer you upon to allude to her cofict, and he ' I but Spencer put his hand over his mouth I carefully acted as "if I were in ti real had not done so. one." He wanted a confidant Hid so" he and dragged him away. He put his hand in his poekot. tranco and did nn' best to pay both "You nad Iwtter leave it to me, if for your unwarrantable proceedings. I "loniouud u!" he exclaimed: "I began to monopolize thttilk it was you can't control onr,elf." he said. hope I frightened well. Now, must have left my case in my groat-eoat- ." his turn. He told Jack tujwiolo story, confessing his jealousy offertlett and "I must make her "believe that I am are not ashamed of ' Bartlett." "Never mind, old man, try this pipe; asking his advice. "You had bettnr take care what it's a beauty: got it from an" American, Spencer was the first to reply. "ily dear boy," said Speacc "there's whose leg f helped cut off for him at only one course opan to tfki. You are are doing," muttered Tom angrily. "Miss Durant. I have been a most "We must tarry it through, now uncompromising scoundrel; there is m3' tliehoipital." ' making yourself mi:emu!tlxthis unarm, kindly return tho pinch I gave Wilkinson took It, thinking at the certainty: why not docidoiie for all we've started." uaul Spencer. with tenfold interest." lie led Amy to her chair, and willing Fame time the recommendation was a whether Miss Durant cnrcifoiyou and Et range oue. Tom stood silent, it was not so easy only?" that she should believe the dance ended, "What a iolly den vou have!" he for him to speak. At last he ifequleil let her sit down. "How can I?" fcalil. as he lit up. "Easily enough. Wo will ;tt her in "My dear Miss Durant." h said to to throw himself upon her mercy. "..Not so bail. Don t lot my aunt hero: I will mesmerize her, ad while her, "how it pains me lo see vou en"Ai3, what enn I snF in extonuation hear you call it a den, though; it's a she is in the trance we will afc hor if gaged to such an unappreciative man of my couduct?" as Wilkinson." sho cares two straws about'BaBeU." . study." "I hat, sir, U forj'ou to discover; it "" "Yon villain!" cried Tom, "are you is not my jKirt to find excuses for 3011." 'Wilkinson laughed. " " "It's all yen- - well for you total k in "1 have none," said Tom, hurubly. "By Jove, though, Tom, I do study this easy way; you don't knovwhat it going to try and prejudice her against mo before my face?'f now, and nomistakc. I'm one of the is to be jealous." "Will you forgive mo?" "Perhaps conditionally." "Will you be quiet? I'm Bartlett now, coming men, I can tell you. I'm going "Don't I?" 'exclaimed Sgener; "renot Spencer." in for medicine on a new theory. "Any conditions you like," said Tom, member Nellie." ; "He is not a model lover, I acknowl- earnestly. "And how about your practice while "But how can we get Amjhoro"' "The first is you are perfecting vour theorj-?- ' aro novor to bo asked Wilkinson. "Whatfjwsble ex- edge," said Auij'. "Ah. if I only had the happiness of jealous again." "0! my aunt will buy me a practice cuse, can we have for asking hr?" "Never," cried Tom. "What oUo?" fast enough. Yes, my "boy, I'm going "We don't want one," rrakl Spen- showiug yon how 1 could appreciate to revolutionize medicine. No more cer, confidently: "all wo haWto do is 3'on," said Spencer. "That you are to forgive mo If I cause for jealous'," doctoring up a man's body; that' avast to will that she shall come Mr. Bartlett, are not the have given "But whispered Amy. "I won't do so again." only one whodoes." mistake." "I don't believe it." "Why, my darling, you are turning The two friends exchanged glancs. "What are you going to do then?" "Lot's try," susgested Sgeper. "We the tables on me." What was coming out next? "Doctor tip his mind." may fail, I acknowledge; vrc can but "Perhaps, after all," she said, softly. Wilkinson smiled: he did not quite try!" "Go on,"' said Tom rolut4lv. is bettor than mesmur , ecc what his friend was driving at. "Who else is there?'" asked, spencer. "tnble-turninhesitteitr Wilkin"After a moment's IJowever, he had considerable interest son assented. ism." All the Yvnr Kounl. "Do you like him rr J in science, and still more in Jack Spen"Yes, but don't tell Tom." "Now," said Spencer, jcoicentratc cer's progress, so he asked to be fur- your mind ana will strosrly that she On Sneezing'. "No. I won't. Who is it?" ther enlightened. "It's Jack spencer." shall come." p There was nothing that Spencer On the subject of sneezing regarded he exclaimed. "I!" "Jack bpenci-r!Tom knitted his brows ail Tilled. It wanted so much as an appreciative would have been au "You! No; are Mr. Bartlett." as an omen, tltere is much t) be said. for "Yes, listener. He launched out under full any spectator. Tho annisJ lightmen. of course I am," said Speaking generally, it may be regarded two gnjg sail. with dyes fixed and basis firmly Spencer. He turned to Tom. "I think as of favorable augury. "Two or three we had better stop now." he said. snoexes be wholesome," says an old "It's a perfect nn'stery to me, Tom, clenched, wore bent forwaHJn and to a few other meu.'why such mar- tmle of intense suspense, dm" an atti "Go on," replied Tom; "I insist. author, uml " Ho that hath sneezed apparvelous phenomena as wo hear of oc- ently nothing. Ask her if she has danced with you to- thrice turn him out of the hospital," W casionally in the domain of electro-biologsins the proverb. Of sneezing", how"Are you willing?" askfi Spencer, night." as it's called, obtain so little ever, as of other good things, it is posb pen cer oboywl. after a time. 9 scientific attention." ""Only twice," was the sorrowful re- sible to have too much. Faminnus "Willing as Barkis," vis tho re"There's such a lot of humbug conStradn, the author of a grave historical ply. M nected with it," suggested Wilkinson. sponse. "Tom," said Spencer, "It's all de- work, lias a learned digression on the M "Koep it up." "Of course there is, but it has a sound of sneezing, and mentions They kept it up for soremime with- lusion tt mistake. I only danced subjectSuburranus, who died of a litone basis of fact. The science is in its inof llstor witli her oncu all the evening." fancy as yet, but it must grow. It i out result. Then just as W2anon was sneeze, "Don't attempt to deny it," cried it, expiring at the twenty-fourtto resign, Spencer exiahned: a known fact that one mind can influ- aboat Tom. "You youraolf tohl me sho must hi Aristotle's time men gcueralh; "Hark!" ence another even at a distance, is it sneezed twice, but since then the art of long.", saidh voice in speak the truth." "Isha'n'tbe not?" snoozing, like other arts, appears to " "But she isn't Jfc "I once saw a mesmerist, and cer- tlie distance. sound the oftuoor Go on! JVait a moment; make hor havo advanced, and a triple sneeze is Then came tainly he seemed able to do anything M boliovo tliat I tun No nonsense, now. we believe, considered the correct but I thought he was only a conjuror?' thing. The virtue of sneezing, hownow." "By Jove, she's cominglcried "Empirical generalization, unworthy cer. "Quick, Tom, hidenUray Spenever, depends much upon circumTom looked threatening. Sponcor those of you, remarked Spencer. "I wont ' time and place. Sneezing quote cases, though 1 might do so for a things." J!sses were obeyed, wondering what would bo the stances of to midnight is good, accordfrom noon result. bottle and The whiskj week, but just look at those books, they to noon from to Aristotle, hastilv smuggled into a concr. and the Wilkinson at onco began. Evidently ing reverse, and and learn night another are full of from we the shied Into the his mind was made up. pipes experiments." sneeze that "if am' Then came a gentle kSck at the "Mr. Bartlett's a nice fellowisn't source in succession onemay be for three He took down from a shelf Darwin's taken as it nights door, followed "by a soft I come he, Amy?" . jy "Zoonomia," Macnish's "Philosophy of a sign that some one will die in the "Yes, but not so nice as- j'ou, Mr. house," or I Sleep" and several colutncs of the "Re- in ?" that some other calamity Spencer opened the dooj Spencer." vue Scientilique." will occur. According to Laucaster inlerruptinf ' said Miss "Excuse mv "Tom," said Sponcor, "she doesn't "Now," continued Spencer, "it is Folk Lore a good deal depends upon proved that the mesracri.er can con- Durant, "but I thought ya might want mean it." the da3" of tho week in the matter of to smoke, so I brought pm'4 cigar-cas- e "Silence!" was Tom's reply. trol the will, tho actions, even the besneezing: which foil out of his jacket on"tho He continued to talk in his assumed lief of his subjects; if he gives him a on a Monday, you sneeze fordnngor; character of Spencer, the real owner of "Sneeze on a Tuesday, you kiss a stranger: draught of water he can make him be- sofa.'' Sneexo excuse, Tom" whisnorod the name standing by "A mere Smxuseon u Wednesday, you sneeze for a lieve it is champagne; if ho gives him helpless. letter. f "I've not seen an he will smell it and think Spencer. much lately," said Snoeio on u Thursday for something better. Iiss Durant turned to p, but Spen- Tom. Sneeze on a Friday, you'll sneoso for sorrow, it a lovely rose." Eneew on a Saturday, your sweetheart to"No; Tom is so jealous. I say, "Have you seen these experiments?" cer detained her by saying; morrow; "We were talking of jou, Miss Du- Jack, do 3'ou remember that lovely asked Wilkinson. Sneozo on a Sunday, your safoty seok, rant, just as you came." f . The Dox-l-l will have you the rest of tho walk by moonlight last week?" "Seen them? Why, I've made them." woek!" "" Wilkinson looked up astonished. "Indeed?" Spencer could not stand this. Sneezing, as observed 1)3' Dion3-siu"Yes,'' said her lover: "Jack has "Tom, on ni3 honor," he said, "I "Yes." said Spencer, "that's why I feel such an interest in this business. I been letting me into a fevof the secrets was out of town the whole of last of Halicarnassus, is considered by Homer a good sign. In the Oihssov" ''possess tho power of mesmerizing to a of his profession. It scetss he's a great week." is represented as sneezing mesmerist, and was savin that you ".So 3'ou say,' was the contemptuous consmcpioie oegrec, anu 1 cultivate it when his mother is denouncing tho every chance I get." Have a little were a capital subxvL" J repl. "Am I? I've never been mesmerized whisky?" "You (old mo then liked me," suitors, and this was taken as a happy confirmation of hcr words. "Thus she in my life. What is it IHTef continued Ani3r. "Thanks, I will!" . spoke, and Tclemachus sneezed loudly "The simplest thing 'n Ihe world," "Tom," interrupted Spencer, "if 1 ".Of. course you will," replied Speand the hoti-- c resounded, and Penelope aker, with a smile. "I decided that said Spencer. Ytrn'onlrdVop off into never spoak anothor word" not see "You wou't if 3'ou don't keop silent laughed - and said:?" Do whilo wo were , talking, lnlluenco of" a kind of dream." "And then the mesmerist makes you now," was the savngo retort. "WI13-- , that 1113- son nas sneezed at im' words? oniMnind over another, see.." Therefore shall death come upon the Amy, so I do," he said to her. "Wilkinson made a hasty exclamation. do what he likes," added Tom. "How curious! I should like to try "Then won't 3011 kiss me, Jack, as suitors," etc. Xenophon tells of a sneozo was rather adverse to beingSSifpri-nicntc- d He which may be said to have decided his it," said Aravi .you did then?" on in this way. "I'll mesmerize vou wilh1 pleasure if Tom left her with a bound and seized own fate and that of tho whole Greek is all this goiug to help' you in i"How arm'. While delivering the address in you like," said Spencer. Spencer b3 the collar. doctoring?" he asked. "You will be bound to answer all his "You abominable villain!" he cried. which he exhorted his companions to "Simply enough. Induce a state of firmness and resolution, "Let me go! ' shouted Spencer, "or minds wavered between and while their tranco; give your patient some water; questions truthfully' said Tom, warning-. resistance and I'll sma-- h this bottle on .vour bend!" make him believe it is the medicine he Amy looked up rather annoyed. Wilkinson gradually; relinquished his surrender to the enemy, a soldier requires, and it will have the same sneezed. The whole army accepted tho ''One wuld imagine vou were of hold. effect- - Or if an operation is. required opinion that truthfulness was not one of "What have 3ou to say for yourself?" omen, burned their carriages and tents yoircan perform it during the trance, my - as he is quite insensible to pain." usual characteristics," she said. he asked. "Are 3011 satisfied with 3'our and determined to face the dangers of tho celebrated return. Tinsleis "1 m not afraid of the test." scientific experiment?" '"But can you always jnduco this "Shall I go "Tom," said Spencer earnestty, "no trance?" Spencer one could be more surprised at the wa3 "That's a weak point, but in time we to Tom. It is said that the waste of "Yes,1' said Tom, desperately, "fire things have turned out than 1 am; it is timber in Eastern Tennessee isvaluable shall get over that. I can influence almost four people out of .live. Miss Durant, away." contratyto evcr3- scientific law I can't incbnceivable. The finest specimens of rrirw? Amy was quite ready. Following explain it." lor instaucc, would be a very Om" walnut and cherry are used for fence Spencer's directions, sho seated herself subject." shall explain it; we are no rails, fire wood, and similar purposes. "But Wilkinson sat silently smoking for a in a chair and fixed her eyes steadily on longer friends we aro rivals." Since the government surve3 of the few minutes. Apparently the mention a small disk which he placed on the "I den3- - it," cried Spencer; "I deny country there has been a change in this f of Amy's name had tnrne'd his thoughts wall. that I aspire to the affections of Miss respect, and the people are beginning into another channel. "You'll bo sure and wake mo after- Durant. There is some incomprehensi- to appreciate the value of the timber re" i Ho half wished he was back in the ward?" she said. ble nyste about this. Let us ask sources. Another result is that tho "O, ves; that's a matter of no diff- Miss Durant herself to explain it." room where sImj was sitting. Then ho mineral resources are becoming known thought of recent events, and determ- iculty." . "Yes, we will; undo 3our miserable and investments both iu timber and in ined that he would show that he could Amy settled down to the operation spells." mineral property aic now made where with the remark that it was like being enjoy himself without her. Spencer proceeded lo go through the but a short time" ago they would havo The two friends were soon in tho photographed. usual process by which mesmerized been considered unprofitable. midst of an animated discussion of their Wilkinsonstood behind hor, anxiously persons are restored to their normal j former subicct Spencer told of various watching the progress of tho exnen- - condition. For some reason it had not The Utica (N. Y.), Herald has fin-curious experiments in which the i ment, wnilo Speneer benan making its usual effect. Ann- - still remained ured out the following: "The statement u;iu (juusuoncu ii is victim on siow passes. that James S. Sherman is the youngest unconscious. , all sorts of subjects, obtaining renlies w "mim vnn f.i .1 In spite .of Spencer's efforts to con- - j man ever elected to the Utica mavor-alt- 3 to everything; even when the question close," he said quietlr is enough of an error to bo an erceal hi3 anxiety, Tom soon discovered was one wnicn he would not In a very short timo AmvKiinmwl to that all was not going properly. When ror. Mr. Sherman was born October J 4lUV WMhed to reply to if conscious. be foelinff tho inSnonon r,f tli nnorator. some minutes had elapsed, and no sign 21, 1855, and elected Maj'or March 4 This made "Wilkinson remark that hqr eyes closed, and she appeared to be of returning consciousness appeared, it 1884, at the age of twent3'-cigh- t years' the possession of this mesmeric gift fast.asleep. would have been hard to s.13' whiJh was i four months and ten davs. Hoscoe placed a vast power in the hands of the Uonkung s record is belter by eight "Is she oft?" whispered 3m. tho more alarmed. operator. "I think so, but wo will leave her a "Shout in hcr ear," suggested Tom. days. He was born October .'JO, 1829, "Yes, it undoubtedly does. faw moments and make quite sure." It was tried without eilect-- "Will and was elected flavor 01 Ltica ai arch scientific men are the last in tho "Can she hear what we say?" ing" seemed to have lost Is power. I' 2, IS58, attheageoftwent3-eight3-carworld to take advantage of it for private . 0, no." "Amy. Amy!" was cried in vain by the four months and two da3'3. That was "I'm half ashamed about. it," said frightened lover, who would havo been twenty-si- x years ago." w "v:ii-:..-- The Hiclanan. Courier, . ; ylH spring-time'- s , Lit f e . - - rm spring-time'- s -- - f to-nig- ht col "i-Mi- moon-aske- - to-lic- o bo-gu- n. with-oicaus- e, u c u FIR ESI BE. Exploration of New ("ulnea As soon as the frost is out of tho "In connection with the Waltham ground roll tho meadows to smooth the Watch Company, it may bo stated that surface for tho mowing machine. Ar. 1". when tho proprietors of The Age desired Herald. to present Mr. G.E. Morrison (the explorPrett3' bedroom curtains ire made er of New Guinea) with a reliable chroof a ningle width of crimson ottoman nometer, actingupon tho ndvico of Mr. cloth over a second pair made of an- R.L. J.EUorv, the Govorn't Astronomer, two Waltham watches were, however, tique lace. Ar. Y. limes. Tho essentials to success in onion procured for Mr. Morrison instead. culture aro plenty of manure, thorough These woro kept at tho Melbourne Ob- y fitting of the "ground, ;ood seed servatory for a fortnight, and thorough-land careful"' tested, and wero proand clean cultivation. Hero is the whole stor3 in a nut shell. Cltveland nounced by Mr. Ellery, at the end of that time, to be better suited for Mr. Herald. Morrison's requirements than any It is not necessary to have a d Ext. from Melbourne Age. in ordorto havo a supply of grapes for homo uso. A dozon vinos properly Oscar Wilde, the hairy herald of cared for will give an abundance of restheticism, having coined a suflicionc' this most desirable fruit for an ordinary for subsistence fn this country, is now famih'. Exchange. drawling a lecture through England It is not right to milk slowl-- . It that is devoted to running down Amerexhausts tho patienco both of the ani- ican people. Ho characterizes Amerimal and the milker. Quickness in cans as being the noisent people in the milking and patienco in stripping will world; tho3' are alw.-yin a hurry, and givo the most milk and he most satis- tho National occupation is Chjeugo Inter Ocean. factory to the cow. Prairie Farmer. Unless you are able and willing to A Lucky Kangaroo Hunter. personall- superintend the scalding of Ono of tho most daring Kangaroo hunters milk pans it would be better to of Australia, and his stag hounds, were use earthen ware. Nothing but boiling terribly lacerated by a wounded Kangaroo, water and plenty of it will remove the on the groat sheep ranehe of Mr. germs of dtsenso that lurks in tho half Hay, Boomanoonmna, N. S. VT., andAlfred wero washed tin vessel. Ckicato Journal. entirely cured by tho use of St. Jacobs Oil. o Sugar Biscuit; One quart of Mr. Hay writes that it Is tho greatest ever introduced for man or beast. Hour, one cup of y.igar, three teaspoon-ful- s of baking powiler, two tablespoon-ful- s Though a kerosene burner may bo very of lard, two eggs, of a heavy, the oil will make the lamp light. pint of milk. Sift logother Hour, salt, I have used Ely's Cream Balm for dry sugar and powder; rub in lard cold; add beaten Cfnr.s and milk:, mix smooth and subject who which every Eastern person is ....... Catarrh (to comes to high altidrop with vspoon on a groasod baking tude). It has proved alive inInamy caw cure Vin; sif t su.r "wrt'or toft; bake in a hot B. P. M. Weeks, Denver, Col. oven ton minutos. ihe jjonseioia. Many "heavy swells" float on tho bill- The food of spring pigs should bo owes ot creait. uoucerneur lteraia. varied in order to force growth. Refuse Havino used Ely's Cream for Cavegetables and slops aro assistants. As tarrh and C dd in the Head, I Balmsatisfied am grass is not obtainable just now. a mess that it is a first rate preparation and would of clover hay, finely cut, and steeped iu recommend it to any one nirjeted. R. VT, boiling water, will be found excellent Chkeveii, Editor Herald, Clinton, Wis. for them. If to this is added a pro"I'M tired all tho time," lamented tho portion of fine bran and ground oats, croaking past. with a seasoning of salt, the moss will Low l"r!c?H for ltutter. be almost a complete food. Bather The New York epicurean, perhaps, but worthy of trial. port explained Tribune in its market rewhy some butter is gold for Xew EngUtnd Farmer. such low prices. In speaking of butter it A good plain pudding is mnde of snid : ' Light colored goods aro very hard one cup of sour cream, half a cup of to dispose of and several lots were thought molasses, half a cup of melted butter, well sold at 8 to 10 cents." If butter makould get tho top price, they shnuld one teaspoonful of soda, a little salt. ers vthe Improved Butter Color, made by use Mix tho molassos and butter togethor Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. and btiat until the- - are ver- - light. Stir It gives a pure dandelion color and never in the cream and Hour, beat until the turns rod, or rancid, but tends to improve battor is jierfecth smooth and free from and preserve tho butter. lumps. Butter the pudding mould and My father had an eating cancer for sevwhich had eaten away his under )our in the batter. Let it boil for an eral mur and a half. Servo with sweet wine lip and the inside of bis cheek, down to the We ot somo of gums. I" 31 FA AND fiel urgeon's Knife. a Stono '' the "'C?'2110 Danceroos Operation Idd.iThU. een Avoided lij- the Jtbt :"" - "arid J",'Kennedy' TavorKe "aed" "ondour, X. Y.j. Ttme-;""." "Vital Questions!! " Ask the most eminent physician Of any school, what Is the best thing IE tho world for quieting and allaying all irritation of the nerves and curing all forms ol nervous complaints, giving natural, chiltl-liko 34r. treated for yen bvTious physicians for what seven they calUa S:tu Sion Tietsell, formerly of boon refreshing sleep always? v And they will tell you unhesitatingly 'Some form of Hops!" slcians: chro-nomoto- r." vino-yar- ft ,ejvo Ws great kidney medkAVORITR nuxiunv andlivr venttfonnatioa. Tho entire in aHpey nd Bladder diseases, it is oqjaUuablo in cases of Bilious of tho Bowels, nnd all inseparable fromUnstitutions of women. Don't TrSrVam,e nd address. Dr. David of the Urethra, without benjct t finally consulted Dr. David Rondout, N. Y., who found Ws w,to bo Urinary Calculi or Stone In , jdder. Tho Doctor at once foreign bodies with the knif. Kerf Ask any or all of tho most eminent pnyj CnAFTEB L re-m- oj mFC.1? Was "P'unndcomplete. VVORITEREMEDYisaspociftc sacccssfulnnd Mr. s train-catchin- g. !MiIh0nd0,ut' S,Y- - The Doctor - E?J2f ! opeittipt surgery. of his B REMEDY, he still practice of his profession. He treoiaiseascs of a chronic character, and petal nil tho minor and capitaf modi-ctaiBRlT- unu:rstood that, while ho i " Mandrake I or Dandelion I" Hence, when these remedies are combine 7 with otlrtTs equally valuablo And compounded Into Hop Bitters, jr1 a wonderful and curativo r'QZ is developed which is so varied in ityP8" tions that no or ill health c1 P01 bly exist or resist its power, and jrt it is weakHarmless for the most frail est Invalid or smallest chikjuse. my-terio- us dL-en-se " What Is the best and only remedy that can bo relledon to cure all diseases of tho kidneys and urinary organs; such asBright's dlseaw, diabetes, retention or Inablliey tc retain urine, and all tlie diseases and aliments peculiar to Women" " And they will tell you explicitly and emphatically " Buchu." " Ask the same physicians "What is the most reliable and surest cure for all liver disease or dyspepsia, con stipation, Indigestion, biliousness, malarial fever, ague, &c,," and they will tell you: Aaa, djar phj-slcla- pain-eur- mssm riT.'Plb.A K two-thir- C V Bhrffirs lr WI JJftP CHAETIM1. i Vstlenti The v&nt nt v. "Almost dcKf or nearly liable dlnrtUe whlcb, of For years, and glren up hy while actios a a stimulant of thokM-- n Bnght's and other kidney disease?, .liver y. neither excttri complaints, severe couglis called consumpBur Irritates Uiem, tion, liave bea cured. long since sap. - - a Wonnai gue nearly crazy I pui-tij IIoMrttrr'f From agony of neuralgia, nervpusrie, tiom.v h Hiuei. Tbb flat. iiirtUdne exeit wakefulness and various dscaesirouUar to ihe rtquuite drjtn-Of ftllTIMll,,tUn Mp. - ontwt without Veopte drawn out of sbapo from excruV 'J . . US irri'uiiuo, ciating pangs of rheumatism , t tti. r fur . ! Innunui;itory and chronic, or suflcrma m Jap., .if ttie pur loif thanir from scrofula I v itsa s Krypr!a! Dync-asla- . ha!i blood Ifer arid an.l iu fsi. :mni allpoHonlnc. dprpepjia, tcdliUon, .4SK. disea frail d ufavi". Nstur. Ntirt ur. .1 ' 1 1t. F r Lv tti I!avt cured ly Hop Blttirs. proof of irbicli cas i?It and Utakn be XuUid la erery l. 'gUlM rtiood to tie taown world. S uerhLy. fr rh-u- r!i t. wagon-whee- l, C1ARRH MBM--X3 Uhlscs no Tain Gives m JLY's"5Sa or Dread. CUPfC S&EAD. n t,. .p fruuo nei or at unec. t.":::! v...... . the5ure" k cu"r'e "humerS UJ- S"J itr-w t . m snuff. Not a liuuiil or Applied hi .. WIpjfea r05 z KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, ZW-pir- with the finger. -1 iZL&Z&Z .. 1 CONSTIPATION, PILES, AND BLOOD DISEASES. ISPHYSICIANS EHDORSE IT HEARTILY, Dr. P. C. Billou, Moniton, Vt. I ever used." "lUdsey-wer- t is always reUaole." Dr. a. It. Clark. Bo. Hero. Vt. years my eorc-"Kldne7-Wort vrwitfi, . ' U.SJL I . WAYFEVE iOC) nirtt' lis UuKOllli: ' 1 Thorough treat- iv.y:!iMu ment will cure. ; 'Kidnei-Wo- rt is the zeesi sacceesfal remedy Ue gon-tleme- n, ?" u vour-selves- u u u A'. Y. Post. sauce Dream cake is a new production and will be welcomed by all lovers of good cake. It is baked m three layers. Each lacr should be about au inch and a half "thick when baked. The two lower layers are fn9ted with confectioners' sugar and the white of an egg. the frosting for tho bottom layer is r flavored with lemon, the next with vanilla, and the top la or is thickly covered with cocoanut anil Is llavorcd delicately with a few drops of rose water, ho cake may be made by following any good and siilHciently rich recipe for white cake. Toledo Blade. Ia3-e- bottom of his Swift's Specific nnd gave him, and the effect has twen wonderful almost miraculous. The sores are all healed, and ho is perfectly well. Every one hora said it was only a question of timo about his death, and his cure hns created tho greatest excitement in thi3 part of the country. Wsi. B. LxTunop. ma!'. rRttrrr-jOicuM. tmsZ'.tXf. Owego. K. V. f South Easton, Mass., Jan. 7, ISiU. Dr. W. D. Wrioht, Cincinnati, O.: "I have prescribed Diu Wm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs in a great number of cases and always with success. One case in particular was given up by several physicians who had been called in for consultation with myself. The patient had all the symptoms of confirmed Consumption. He commenced to get batter and was soon restored to health." StrwUeaJuinte, Sura iliuclci. I" oiul achra either local or ralntthiS st, tad all r decp-ttr- e fcstantJT t licTed and rpeedi.? cured by BP Tuattr. Compounded, as It U, of the tho otjUTirtnesof f : esli Il"jj, Cams, BaKuna and suraalatin?.. EitrShiailed the Ixvt pala-kUlincuute. sootBiltii5thtnuiiT I". reus ana C0CBK7 Korea. Hop fsnueioW tyaacruSJ.s 8jrauw,w reacitii CSf3 Sll ?" Ilkttriny MunUtfa, in th StiUh A 1 I; Crick, oia-JH- tw.iaUca, EJli R!Q llleirtBackache, .Sd. DiseaMS, raxM, r7tIEV3' ba I1tr ctt saaering." Dr. C. 31. Stumncrlln, Sua Hill, Ga. IN THOUSANDS OF CASES ithaacaredwhrreall else had faOod. ItisnJId, butenVient, CtUTAIX IX ITS ACTIOX, but I harmless In all cases. fjrl t clean. the Wood and etrenst&ens oca f Kites Xctt lure to all tne nnponaa orgaca et the bodv. The natur-- 1 action of tlie Kidneys la restored. The liver is cleansed of all disease. and the Sewela move tree'y ana oeaitnmny. la this tvjy the vront diseases aro eradicated cystera. from a nacr, tco uqrro oa dbt, sou) et Baccasrs. Dry can be sent by xaall. has T aflcr two ... e MaU pt pri"HUIuifcrCo, rro?WCfcaJ tt WELI.SKICHVIlII'-OXA.CO.ItBrllnirtoiiV- t. iyy- - jt.n-...rj'H'.j- J" mwsa--as- if Floods and Reservoirs. g uiii-irj- '' " 0 y, , h beinn-close- lire-pig- ;. - ink-bott- le s us -- Mao-otiti- c. onT'-whispere- .. securing a uniform depth throughout the 3'oar, and he predicted that in a few veafs this system would bo adopted. When that is done, ho predicted that "ground now frequently inundated and vtdueless will be tilled and subdued: Sandbars will be permanently covered, solid wharves will be built a wharves aro l3- - tide water or on the lakes; the lower streets of river towns will acquire new values; the Ohio, Missouri and Mississippi will bo made to llow forever with a constant, deep, and limpid stream; the ice will bo swept off as it forms, and neither cold nor droughts will serious' atl'ect navigation. The great difficulty so far, ho continues, is to overcome tho cold incredulity of tho public, so as to obtain from Congress a sufficient appropriation for the completion of the first two reservoirs. "This once effected, and a single practical demonstration made, it will, perhaps, Lo as difficult to convince tho future engineer that a thin" so clear and palpable could ever liavo been doubted, as it was to remove all doubts in tho first place. More money has been laid out on three miles of railroad than would be needed to maintain the waters of the Ohio within two fcot of a uniform height throughout tho year. "The rain gauge." he says, "will indicate the approaching danger from the summits of the distant mountains: the telegraph will announce the fact at the Hood gates, and the whole may thus be controlled - the provisions of science. In fact, tho contemplated effect can bo produced by a few dams in the mountain gorges" and the constant attention of some twenty men. All that is left for the ingennity and enterprise of man to accomplish in perfecting the navigation is to build a few stone walls across some of thetributar3- - streams and hold back a portion of the surplus water iu the lakes that are already formed, and to then provide common sluice-gate- s emit that water into the chahnel when it is needed. We should need but four dams, less thajj sixty feet high, to secure tho valley of the Upper Ohio against all destructive Hoods, capable of Insuring a perpetual navigation for boats of five feet draft. The cost of the four dams is estimated at 00"), 000. and certainly not more than Sl.25O.OOO, rendering 1,100 miles of the river permanent- available. like tha If this estimate bo actual cost of such a work, and if the scheme is an ellieicnt one, it is ridiculous nqt to set about it at once. The amount will be given in charity alono this year to help the victims of these Hoods. When the aggregate losses of property destroyed outright and tins loss to 'business by several da3's' suspension, and the losses from low water durin"- the summer droughts are considered, SLOO.i.'K)) is a mere bagatelle. The States of Ohio and Kentucky alon could well afford to spend that amount for the protection of their own citizens. Congress throws away ten times that amount lor useless projects. Railroad corporations spend liko sums on a brioVe or a railway station. It is that this scheme attracted so attention, even from the people little who atinuallv suffer the calamities it i intended to prevent. Detroit Post and 113am-thing Thirty 3enrs ago Charles ElleC a civil engineer, published a large octavo volume upon tho Hoods of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, in which he advocated a S3 stem of reservoirs for holding back the water of those streams and A McBsenger of Health. Sent freo to sufferera from nervous, chronic and blood dlseasos, brain and heart affections, nervous debility, otc. It tells of MAIL wonderful cures effected by Dr. Scott's Coca, Beef and Iron, with ITiosrhorus. Sold by Soc aPlcnaure. nnd 1'rnfltablo when druggists; 51. Dr. Scott. Kansas City, Mo. ! A nrttlooi' TbrIMtl-M MllKKofonr "a Couon, Colo, or Sore Turoat should .NcwudlB!03U:i.VII.Ul!TJCArlXU not bo neglected. Brown's Bronchial MAGflNE OF FASHION Troches give prompt relief. 25 cts.a box. Fonc revsoxs." Stinging, irritation, all Kidney nnd Bind A.sn si cump te bcirafxwt Ai r.l Mi dur Complaints,cured by rid latort'suhton Oniric la m?t Goods nnd Jlry ("iitiiloruihifc!,, 4 ji. trentire to nil who In tho delirium of fever, and In restless- recelltrwe tnti a j - annum. W hurt ness, tlioro is no such remedy as Samaritan Hill'. I'Btf.f (ample co:ie tor iwMe one ac onro and I dlxajmriy Eiwl"T's t ttTiattj'ST'e.liad t- - Duih ar.dlirer tli,.ritI.iTer Pil... i it. maeh and SlDP PING 1 VIGOR, HEALTH "" TUTU t- - AyD LIFE 'iM Is found -- In the Groat Modern Discovery, m "Buchu-Paiba."i- "the EOEt. SCOTT'S . 1 OnpQ ngs I'KEEdWrt-Iniriuti.jtityiMiriMi- Repf anifron- (Wltli VIionpliorttH.) Drsp-psla- iVerrine. We M. Wells' " Rough on Corns." 15c Ask for It. Complete, permanent euro. Corns, bunions. Hale'n Honey of Ilnrnlinund nnd Tar Promptly cure asthmatic wheezing. Pike's toothache drops cure in oue minute. J ii Tor ik IFSOft, CRAWFORD & SIHP.S0N, ulcrlter. SblTcnile mid NlnclentU Street, Jew Turk. I ity, . 1'. Poses man elous enratlTe virtfi la all forms of Xen out Iellllty. Uraln. Heart nndiSTcr. EThaos ion an I Bro'-e- a llwa Consttttuteas. Sl.OO S it bot 1 . S5 OO. per l.-'- f S udpo-ts- l for h of Henltli. and read of wonderful cures raveled byCoea, Beet andiron. Ask oar druggist for It. Address - 3&nS33$s 'LVL-m- S 3VJWVV Slf-Ad- iovi Ilenie, , Weak Lucgi, Kertbus Skinny Men. " Wells' Health Ronewcr" restores health and vigor, euros Dyspepsia. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. Warranted to cure any case of blind, bleeding or itching piles. At druggists. iJon'tDIofnthe House. Rough on Rat?." clears out ruts.mice.Uies, roaches Jjc btxl-bug-- s. It SMlj&IH en... i.tiip haiw, iriui APl.iihrtTfnt fmmalloth - ELSSTiG TRUSS r : Meeu;er " niffht, srsdi. dcure.trTAta. Jtweasv. chtslbr n. .11 l Miluiw. EGCt-ESTO- vb.leiN back tb. intestines Just as a nmoadoM with the flneer WithlptwnreUio IKmiau hcIttse.Tinlvdj'T ud durub'raiMl TRUCO.i 60 lasiBtcS i tuitf I n all in .'.nUT adopts 11 p. j! ..ns of the bodv, ball in the mn presses C3-U- SE Dearborn St., Chicago, III. DS. SCOTT'S LIYEH FILL5. rtej IS UNTAILWiQ s DU. C. IV. SCOTT,K:ilaM City, nic AXD INFALLIBLE Mr. B. J. Anderson, of Egypt, Tex., THIEST. writes: "Samaritan AerciHe cured my daughter of fits." I Files, roaches, ants, rats, mire, minute. Thaaam!a stitches alnir Sluchlne In the .Sen crows, cleared out by "Rough on Rats."15c nlnelTflrt-c'Snt on trh.I. H arrant mI not rHuil rated Cntalncnn nnd ." yenr. Clrctsliir Hem . cnH AVi'.nted. THEWILsOS NlW-- I IIeadaciih is Immediately relieved by N'O VIH I X K C15--, t hlcneo or orli. use of Piso's Remedy for Catarrh. the Lvdia E. Pijjkuam's Vegetable Comi9 tf j) Djj pound was first prepared in liquid form only; but now it can bo sent in dry forms by mail to points where no druggist can readily be reached, and tho Com32. v d. I n . n rd, ? pound in lozenges and pills finds its way I1 a For ill'' fen- of Cancers, even to the foreign climes of Europe and Tumors, fleers, Ncroftiln H.e Asia. nik'vDifiurr.tiewLlTini FoV ' ra.n. csacfl'ifcrLossor liu t ctrcEsj, ciscruiEs jikd EirrEKM es. address Jfo," said tho grocer, "Brown's trade Hit .U lOXI. Aurora. Jiane Co.. jii. doos not amount to much. A pretty large tfamily; but, then, you know, they don't keep a servant." bed-bug- IWMl g HKfftjy Fs-a- SEWER Tht-onl- y e-i. t eions, sls-rr-'rTl at e""""s " Tf cmi-i- o at. . ..v. Opium Eatiug, Scrofula, m. ltus uance, . .f juconousa, , t to-da- y ISTSTITTrT an-- t BcJcatary employment causi 3 Kcrvous IrrrgiiliVitlts of the blood, stomach, bowels or Kidncjs, or who require anerva tonicappetteeror'fetlmnlant. SamarilanlTcrv xne is mvalaable. r7J'pV 1'ios-tratio- ""TTo Gcnrvmrn.LawvcTS.LItcmry Jfen, SI ruhants, Bonkers, Ladus and all whoso a, anrj all Nervous and Blood Disoases.V' pr.x lalm it the most wonderful Jnvlgor-a- nt a sinking f vstem. $1.50 per bottle. TheDR.S.A, MEDICAUC0 prietors, SI. Joseph, Mo. LORD, CTTThousands that cversustain-c- GREAT) d ffiUCI!&ISTiill"y hat A Wisconsin woman has predicted a tidal wavo on Lake Michigan in June next. The gentler sex seems to le crowding into all the professions. Loicell Citizen. A little girl, after drinking a glass of water from a magnetic spring, said: "I do not feel one particlo magnified, nnd 1 think these springs aro a humbug." A musical joke: To say that a man with n bad cold in nis head is like a musician, because he blows the nnsal organ and sounds tho loud catarrh, may bo a bass joke, but iti tenor is certainly funny. The Judge. vuBjBUiia t -- m BJ- - llureremotf ir tlie aVorenddwease or Its ard of long s of cases of the w rst k that IwSi rend TW ItOTrLESFIE. ta TREATISE on thu dwse. 01refciP"?u'' ; " " '" - v.y. A, aiAHV.. M1W4JM,.B. XVIA. J. X- nFJini im. i gold by all Druggfets. STDJTEH3UrV3 k CO, Ajjalj, Chbj 18) ia WrVEHECATARW 1 ; raonthf '(imf nt in one packace Good for fold In the Headache. Dizziness. Jlav Fever, Ac Flftjf 1 BTalU)ruccW.s.orhymad. . n in'LMTrvP War-miT Tn. Xj, rfln enrp. Xnt wawaw iTr,inslv. Three As we go to pross," facetiously remarked tho young journalist, ns ho put his arms around her waist. " You do not make a good impression," she replio 1 as 3I10 slapped his mouth. Oil City Blizzard. m lo sen AGEf! WANTCU ETEUTIMIEUB Knit the bent Family i""r " Ine err inreniea. nut "" lnl?"? llOC "P . w.f. rwun. oWV f f nn.-r-ly mini' "Tr nd work ftv hTherets alwajsareadymarkft. I. imr.r.i...'! ,..., . n.,??r. H-iF- X8B Treaiontfctrtet, lioston, Maa. .,, . lnltt!iisr icd gvo' saUir " Was early man a savageJ" ask a loSjfcijL avu nhntlnir Nunnortpri. tr. Suople ootnt Free. Adaie lneen magazine writer. That depends. If the JCity Hu spen d r Co.,Cinciaaati collar-buttoiw-hi- nd lariv Anents.'t'T.'S, selling Quern City wi.h ihr various "fioccus d .etc nhiCtiar now heinsnamnfact-ure- a Alt Taas, None of these contain by various p m. rs Into the compoeltlon ot 8. sialic artli-.- which t TU-U only one Swttt's Specinc nnd tutre I; S. notWEff In the world like It To prevmt dbaKeTaiid sare to get the cvnulae. dissppvlaltnf. Swift's SD'dflc U a complete antidote to Ulooil Son Blood r'son. MlanslXL I'olson and Ga. Ta'nt. D . Atlanta, J. Dicssos Saira. Humor. ''- - ntr.ss with Swift's Speclfle lliTeha.!r-marlSlcm lathe tnaiiiuin ol 1Blood aairoystJ Diseacs. andta y man- l.-a-lor Carbunots iuuk U Chappy eflje nEnsy Dm Atlgau Qa InsedSwUY Spe- - ne on my little danchter. who wasatfll" led with s .mc lliooil I'olson which nadre- sub-lUi- Itly a 9,ndni.juliinitbcuulu.did Swift's "p -- lflc is n s. ImlsaUons. e -. re i xirr. Rahle preparation. v. n..i, (fcret lianihuss. - a early man was dressing to catch tho four n Sail ctST IS CHEAPEST.!!. a. 111. train nnd his the burenu the probabilities aro that ' 'KESL7UDCCIICDCSAY.SIllSL he was about as savage as they make 'em. Esrtem!1 Cloier Hullera (SdteijsXfCtlORs.t WntflforKl.i:IDa.rtaphle. Poetry is the blossom and fragrance of wbsAaltman&TajIor Co.. Slansfleld. Ohio. all human knowledge, human thoughts, asdls liumnn passions, emotions and language. dtsts rsiRD ttrxm iMm I Atur " hmui Yonkers Gazette. It is frequently also he Vs tef M hi lining that f ingesthe delicate, wnveriDg willow work ot tho journalistic ii waso basket. Williamsport llrcakfast Z.mZ r Table. 811 pvrm-i- a al v sorxs ox h.l ir 'iii,0 tiuiio kssr 0nfeio3i'-S-W2- ' bWlFT wy lha iumhum iHuiMiHt icbivuM. itiseninjinTPrar;ce. . Atlanta, Ga. ;7 jrt oiare, i "Vt ZSAiMreer. CO., Drawer snow-whit- e a. Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. fim ML - 3ius. Homespun, who has a terrible timo every morning to get her young brood out of their beds, says she can not understand why children aro called the rising generation. Boston Post. BU'TER WORKER. iiih lctnTlnsbi Beirtr'r,f'i''e tj roe hsnt s. ilotdsirimto. . eircul nH ml rm. FJIOaYpiVAl.KKUAjSO.V.C ncliuintl.O. and It Is entirely different from sll others. It la clear as water, ind as its name indicates Is a perfect 1m ihe head wdl imm-dtataI. from - 1 daudrrdl, restore gray hair to la nit uraTcp ot. sur-prism- "- "Yes, Chnrley is a good enough followi I supper; but he's rather close. He lunt wliaerrer. rAUfeiLKSlit, assorfrd colors. Iree WoctB,Sew Haven. Ct. mo )0 cons a month or two ngo, and he has spoken of it twice since. Yes, Charley phSo-cop- yi s. SIU3CRAZY PATCHWORK andpruduc antWRrowlhwherclt has fauen on. it do snitinsny manner affrct Hie hltH. susarof icadacd nitrate ot Hirer preparaupn' Ljv done. Kwlllchanedichtorfsdedhalrln a.few brown. dnstoatxautUuI BloM,warranted.Alc your 'lniRJrt Jm. D.raBS bolliw la bos. Cincinnati, O., and X CniTTEyroy, A- - X. frit a is n mnn of Miinll dimo-montions- ." AW Tribune. m - -- , I j , , fk'i uw--- Forlu-Batel- y, s, raised a most tremendous crop of watermelons after the following method: Holes were dug ten feet apart each way eighteen inches square and fifteen inches deep. These holes were filled manure, which wai d with thorou"'hly incorporated with tho soil. Alow.llat hill was then made, and seed planted. When the vines were largo enough to begin to run the whole surface was covered to the depth of a foot or fifteen inches with wheat straw. Tho straw was placed close up around th'j fine. 2"b cultivation whatever was Viven afterward. No weeds or gras-grew. The vincs'spread over the straw, and the melon matured clean and nico The yield was abundant, and tho experiment an entire success. Try it next .year. Rural Sew Yorker. well-rotte-- A New Method of Watermelon A gentleman residing near Culture. tpcojs nji GERrn AN REMEDf awii-"o msdVlntaosssnts. 6.iinplenii.i Q. A.Br'LLAX L- nc & 1 GOLD WATCH CO., (inciaiiall. Ohio. Address BflVfeSMn or ItWS oflllUVKX, by Moody, isWHfi'r-'- - ,a Talaiage, and JJ oth?r mlnftjTs:t)i)fijnMraiioni Outnt.13e. Acents ft ant$ yritx U Ketoax Pin. Co , Chicago. IU. ' return mstii vti h.i-i.- . .. t . . m. IMtlfv'K Spanp- thu plaoi svirsi ress Cutting A. aOOUl A 10, UarUs.U, 0. Tat;iblJimef ti Capitol City romoGuesf.- fti " J r"llr I 3frl U'mrt ircWTearJJnls,inoa UZxt : Th Oiler icr tho lowtec a Solid tots la th Bi, sefor. ily lyjijfl tb.loott tiO. -: Cased Swi.sWotth.T'erti Gold, Ladj's lluntla-, wl d aolir a lis 1 tier t curs dun cnt correct Unjthl tis Uihil, J.wtalmgl);U.h Watch. JUthptrMB crtitsita. titM maliS. wlfcfl tiy will tK wits, M)r lUnUratt r U tin kt r m a Co-- e Home Quest, a to tltthlitwia ew T a r spprecUu, ut 35 articles libL. A' Ann. times .fw-iias J 5ubs. of Hoars Otnsr, hast?oxd.-cosit- . rVJt-isava FEEEi rts 1 sju-f- rv iTlfa ") 35 Wkm ITc2 tff nd retafl. Send for price-lis- t. " "fi roaae to oruer. " UI.MIAM. 71 state Sireet, Chicago. " fj. H- - i- IIA-A- Hi 5P - Patterns la Fancy SeeUleworls ..vr.i.inciuu. r.uiuroiucrr. uu Ol State Street, Chkajo BO best ?.?.Xli'- - Acrats Wanted. JA Bitoysoif, Dxtboit, Mich. rrandest article. Send for Illustrated circular. 4sex street, uomob. iiaw- - merely to nop, ttcin fur tn,- -. . ..a...... j . . 1 1 L ,,not rerarn preBiriii. lt'icitiiaTe laera atune 1 havamtile tha dbeose ut WIS. EfILEIr calcure- Iwarrairtmy orFALLHiOS remedy to cure tha worst (Mi Beeanse othershj.ro failed is no rea.m for not now recelrin a core, lafallltJo a Frw Boala of my eosts.71111 oncefor a treaUse and and It remedy. Olre Erpross vou. trial, and I will aoUunz for a DK. JL O. KOOT. cure fearlSUJfew York. in Address I GURU iu,. am. bl Post-Oflle- Brj, 6JMtK. J5 lufl F0UlUSE.J Boro Throat, Svrelllag-s- Sprains, Brmlef .."?arn" Scalds. Frost liltes. BSftii " SOP' BODILY PACTS and ACHES. BoldbyI)rti.andiealerseTeiTwfiere. rUtjCeatB .Ji'?Sie THJ. CHAKLE.H A. VOOl32ScO., ffaeoseson to a.roazuii ca ) Btldmars,W.,Xr.B.l. .CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica TAnmli.f,n Tl..lr..l.. n....t...t. ,v, umuhiic, TV. ji l- iieauacAe, . ll... McCnrdy a; Co., Cincinnati, O. ONTH ..., Mhw . .... ior Kiirwe .,. iw. im . .. turn SZlrZ 2 Allrfln. aeh countfV1;? f.i1. 'Jt CO., Pfclladelplua. W.ZIEGLEK -. rrl- -i T. lOto20 . per PILES A. K. H E. nsinitwiv rerr, mia is iict. fmtnfaittVf atreior druSlss. )r ITieeSl frotamall. Samples sent prepaid br -- " Imalraelc" ff1""'?" Makers, SorJiK, Xtnr.Votlt fiToenred in here YiniMen Ileani TKLEGitArKT !iu.ltnna4 v.in a f- VALKNTIKEBR03.. Jiaeirnie,WIs. Araerlean PATENTS I'll lent Asrner, ls I'llth Strctl. Cincinnati. il. countries. rrnmnilf all OT1 '. C'EpUepi.ru.Brst,am.TxTVToPo)B. J- - Mid. Co., SeSS HUksrj FOR S A LE toushLas? Cbesp. i W." tT DOCTOS, IU K. Clr St. CUTwIi WBft. V 0s 'IK? "aJ ?. v ii.: i.u T v !? 58- t- - Jt I-- -J. f 3 fxrmtrvfi-ifi.ti-i ;pnuay." ixtemoiy of th$ Commonwealth oj Mr. imig last ot tno ueapv -- ,;sfrani(lly tor tne noxt low days, as Kentucky. The tax on licenses 5&3 f - v'jSall tllO jEXiuucu xiuuuibuu, wiw, Spring: trade is beginning to rers are falling at hereafter shall be as follows, viz: Stc. riv late Dr. Win. Robin pretty nicely. On a license to keep a tavern, ten iony on ": r dollars; if with privilege to retail SHO 0- -is tho at narns siauon. and W T?wniw Monday, April 14th, Tito Bottom Mirth);-- I)o?rtt. dav evening last, vinous I dolthis, the betrinnino- - tho ti,;,i nn ,.r ai,p anmcM business tima for Easter eggs. we're broucht to IIican Io: The Mississippi is said to bo lars; if or malt liquors, fifty with privilege to retail career m vour m,Ut - nf OIlO ,..-- n . ;.n.;fii .i our store aci.uu.iiyuvt-ijiuuju- y Paint, Lead, ami Hrnbhe, best quality, lnr iiittrmMit.. Rl.rWas a new danger. Its bot- spirituous liquors, or spirituous, 11CW ntifl f l in jti-v- yuu wiin hi womeu subject to lull Stock, nnd lowrsl prices, at of the purest and U00ds an novelties of all descriptions, Our btocK is FORTUNES DRUG STOKE. h0 tom is said to bo moving toward vinous, and malt liquors, one hun- mi,t largei- - titan that ever lived, and alP10 heretofore, havn r added new lines. course oi Aiexico. A partial eclipse of tho moon came m close acquu,,vesHJi' ftho Uuli bottom tor ut entire dred2. dollars.tax t can show vou nil fl. n. ...,,1 :., r rnma Clrinila Trim- tna on a license to a at pot tho occurs April 10th. were made to love her)1 was length, but tho ooze and mud for coffee-hous- e The ""?gs. Buttons &c, to match. keeper, if with priviah xianiberg and Swiss Embroideries, Silkrorchoii, and Cotton Laces Mr. J. W. Powell has been in the bedside of the sidte rich niauy hundred ot miles is sliding lege to retail spirituous liquors, or poor, where hclirisiiair Memphis this week buying cattle. or the ,8 SIIlipiy magnificat. down, as it were, and mating tno spirituous, vinous, mid malt liq; graces and virtues prs best Don't fail to examine ALEXANDER & known. Sho was a mePer of tue river shallower at its outlets. uors, shall be one hundred dollars; "ehavesometiiing that will interest yiou in our Carpets, Oil Cloths, MAXWELL'S prices you may see someShades .him Lace Villi. till XCjJUl iniviii. d a Should this continue, and man be if with privilege to retail vinous Hickman Baptist chu r, , , thing to interest you. (unujer off unable to control it, tne rtver or malt liquors, shall be fifty dolthoroughly consistent The heavy wind of Tuesday that organization, but seen to be appreciated. You can alwavs rest assured of a hearty Kenrer ac- would in time bo confined, as lars. 1. The tax on license to$n tucky welcomeand niglitf partly unroofed the "White tive goodness of eharsr made banks would be formed at its courteous treatment. "Below we give you aetoofour mill, West Ilickuian. her the accepted siBtetfall who mouth. This would make a great merchant or druggist to sell vi prices on diflerent articles, and you mav rest assured they are bottom: E. AY. and F. S. Marrs, for- loved goodness and r. Shd kke out of portions of Louisiana nons or malt liquors shall bo flfm Ticking, at 10c per yard worth" loc. merly of nickman, are in charge will be missed beonf&Q jrrief and Toxus. Oi course new out dollars; and on a license to selll Utton Plaids, at 7e per yard woith 10c. 1 woum oe lonneu, uui in uie spirituous liquors, or spirituous, , r of Trenton college, Trenton, Texas. stricken circle of her ,nmme- - lets VJ orsted Dres-Goods, 6c per yard worth 10c. " diato family, and man'tars will meantime vast changes would oc vinous, and malt liquors, shall he . A full and complete line of BRYAN & uinghams, Gc per yard worth 10c. Valley. ono muuircu dollars. in tho Mississippi more If JHO V2sS celclratrd cuHom made SUOCS bo shed in grateful mcrJof her cur Towels, all Linen," 10c (big drive) worth 20c. 'ucn, boy", ladies missea, and children good deeds and noblcMtucter. Great cities would bo submerged. than one person is engaged, the Lace Curtain, (big drive) 20c per yard worth 35c. in the United State, nd at prions Lakes larger than Superior or On- sums herein mentioned shall be Y'eat compete with anv make of Goods in mi A tario would cover regions now oc- paid by the firm. carpeting, :iUc per yard worth 25c xne cu,try. ijttmora Cloth, all shades 10c per vard worth 1 oc 4. Any tavern-keepemerJ. A.Tawney, Esq., a !ea aiTgrney nf cupied by farms and towns. Still U.BUCHANAN v or Table Linen, 25c per yard wqrth 35c. ? lur this need not concern the present chant, or inona. Mum , nt?: 'A The Teunsseo colored folks more than three yar, I t:rU. p'e.js generation. It would take many other person who shall sell spiritWhite Counternanes. 7oc well worth S1.00. have spt the Kansas fever again, uro in Hating that I re "". King's hundreds, if not thousands oX years uous, vinous, or malt liquors withConsuSnfas die and are emigrating in largo num- New diacoverr for world Mtgh and to effect these alterations, and out having obtuincd a license .Handkerchiefs, hem stitched border, 5c worth 10c. Ladies Collars, oe worth 10c. bet remedy in the bers. Cohla It has "ever failed !r? Hie mot then, perhaps, mechanical science therefor, shall, on conviction, pay Cliiidrcns, ladies, ami mens Shoes at 50c, 75o, and 1.00. Small pox is prevailing to scTere colds I hae lod.t 'nrariah'y and human resources may bo so a fine of sixty dollars. Bout fail to see our mens Fancy business suit for 5. Its a STUNNER, the pain in the developed as to enabloman to 5. All acts or parts of acts in lome extent at Bardwcll, lhillard relieves Bottles of thi chf Bi?,rc for nil Trial yercome, or at least modify, tho conflict herewith are hereby re; On all brands of Calicoes and Domestics, ourpriccs for this spring are county, and at Clinton, nickman Throat and Lung DiseaWheIi:l Fre iusta Utile lower than these goods have ever boen sold for heretofore. slow operations of nature. pealed. at FORTUNE'S Drug Suxj-arg- e &iie, 'Twill cost G. This act shalkbe in force VVe would earnestly request you to call around and see us. .r.Full stock of Book, Stationary, Sc , very myjoQTm' r lceloy Motor. 'pf--i linsr & look, and we will take pleasure in showinir vou our Goods from its pa8sage;?"', i cheap at Yesterday says a Philadelphia jarTd prices. "1 ou will most assuredly save some money by buying of us, The citizens of ,LaHounty, FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. special, Mr. John Kccley dischargtwo jjeets Bishop Kavanaugh, the crreat and a ''dollar saved, is a dollar made. Remember the place, the famous over Tho peach crop in tho imme- are agitated a loveo rojXiptoii-vill- e ed tho working men whom he had Methodist one to build divine, who died in low price house of diate vicinity of Hickman is all to Hickman to'rccfi lauds employed in his little shop on Mississippi, last was week, right, but back off the river all subject to overflowsutj other Twentieth street and doclarod that preaching one time when quite a killed. to turn tlio Mississippi some his motor would bo ready for ex- young man, and after the sermon The bill to authorize the Ful- - convenient point infotead of hibition somo time during tho no one of all the rich people in at-i LOCAL NEWS. "Ti The river had fallen from five Eho painful intellttef"'" 3fc,nsb cinches nn to noon vtstor. nr n:i"' rcceiv edinidicfcmanMep1" i'rfiliv. and pi onuses to fall more 5ES- . i ,.yg"-J- 3 ,J IJ.JJH " J,. Tho Sou N Iiislty I.jnv. 1. Be it onncted l,y the GenernlrTfif, KfiMm l"1 PWSt f fm--- . iii m "S2 E3 N O ltnjTriME OJiLNifiJL) . L-if ! "'? . . ", THE OLD 41 -- b i- -.f A.ic fewjsfias wm&mw mxwww&& fel0Ck5 $k ' kM&wwmm r-- or he !s,,dow !5at woTO'PrUoi:;. ifM Br5 Reeled 0f Gooa oaa ,0 t!,e ra'cn or " pl'. brought ,o illckminaad atl'rlc.8 hh one of 1 i;n fiOW, In C!oliiW'"V -- ..,1 ffO" log'-- brought 1 s positively0 ' hats. hats, hats.' Tb?V!&iTuV b;a-Ts- . ibM Cannot be boHfbl De ".. . inosa , " ne lecd. nrii-eat- n .,. ): Hnita i.i. l Can Bell r,;..ttKi """ '"' c... roft uu ""i nn uu .'tou amost -dressy and beet raada Buita eter tho -.- - ,.. , 13 .j .Iwwher. for a tght ia Hickman for leas than $2.00. -- r, "rU coffee-house-keepe- r, A8 for nn. rnacan I touch it graile anJJeci good, Jnn step in Sbe'.'W have tho greatest variety. IJE JSJcMlIlE. .i O atiri $1.30. If and inspect their Plant's Custer, Hand ia a vari7.r alJ'" " French Calf and French Kid; they are a nail in all cocipeton- - lny can fit your baby, your boy, jour wire, or anvboilv ' n Shoe, from 60c up to the best kind of n Joe Ju Tnnv "ant. l..L!-J.- f rlod.n r., i... WilleeJIyoua first class Full Stock fof . rou want to sewed Sbooo Hand eewed flr. the coffin of in nnv hare only to look tbrongh our Stock to be eoninced that TO PHUTS tne plaetio buy anything they want, and at prices that lay all competiill rell you a genuine Kid Glsre for 60c, can't ba bought ia the tion in tlxJiiaae. town foi aent less thun $1.00. A handsome line of Lice Curtains: also tho Oil. wiih the f ,r,K kit THRlADIE3-thpatenter ey attached. you will say they can't ho equaleuiiyTe, oeauty and low prices In thia country. A greSrpain awaits you at their lOo counter, for on it are good that cannot bo touched tfwwbere for less than 20c per yard. Don't tbfnk we are blowing, hut come an oi convinced. We will take pleasure in showing you through and price our gooJ' As for CASKETS. CARPETS. OAEPETS. jgeta,.Eon haTe only to see their selections and - $ ton County Court to build a new the Lake, thus makin? Jjtoril.Rep- lages of Tiptoxi ville, JfcrMadrid resentatives. and Point Pleasant. jpjkopoH-ecut off across thiCNj would ClotblngS C'lntliiue! Clnfhins! shorten the river a it point A prtnd dtpiy in this line, from the cheap" about 3o miles, . . eat to the mot nnbhy. In this line I can woum. 3IFJ stop uie oai: sy vi i,uuiig aavc you from one to four dol'arn a suit in along the preseuj iiu iront. II BUCHANAN. We annrplicnd that:ifieihe cut The Republicans of Kentucky off was made that M1 water Will instruct for Arthur, but it apwould stfpjho old pears that a fair per cent, of the the floods The coun&jpvided channel. holders are for Blaine. as to tho two projH ?ul for LaJiei are invited to call and exanrite our lack of united actiofflf fir both eJogsmt Vari-t-v and fitvle. We take p'eas. euterprizes will failj - I jail has passed the House of d i and-B,-riue- . . present week. The gencratoraud engine have been put together, and the man of mysteries said to-- ! day that nothing remains now but to adjust tho apparatus. This work Keeley says he can attend to himself. He informed some friends on Saturday last that he would go into his shop non-oQic- e ure in rtowinffonr Goods. ALEXANDER k MAXWELL re-ena- ct . -- h 1 - li gains now, and everything will be sure to bo in stylo. Mrs. P. What's the use hnck-steri- ii BitW, 15M proe. Klectrio Bnjht'e Diteve. I)i.ibcpTOk"-- o. around for bargniusl We've The any urinarv ompNint (jwJ wr . ricTURKR framel on short notice at got lota o' money dead loads of FORTUNE'S DIW; STOKE. llllril'v "- il !nt?fke H4-- . r J tit a htnrul; r ?.""' la"'-- . .. and it. act directlvtn the di:a2. , . Miss P. Oh ! I don't moan at the oottie muitua uii luo imis aro niaK- - titt'eDutranieed. stores. Yon know the Went-worth- s ing considerable progress in farm- by FORTUNES Dru that livo in that there I eminent. ing operations. Tho "bottom" I. In a few wocks5hPjiden-tia- l splendid old mansion on Blank farmers have oeen entirely checkA Robertson county man has, ed, but will bo abit) to start in baud will begiugjwy d the avenue T during the winter, harnessed his Mrs. P. Yes; tho stuck-uelephant to tramp arotsl.fThreo lively next week. boy with himmonths aco tho lEaa.Tjs h ii things think themselves better own aa to a cart and,wood, corn, Tiia Williams Dramatic Com- - almost self driver, hauled sure waS .$u xlie nor other people what's got more moved two fwrnilies, furniture and pany commence . at City Hall, election a of their kt aid now money tiian titej' ever saw. Tiiey all, and many other thiugs equally April 14. This company played the Democratic Meabrsff Con are and talk a good hero a year or so ago, and was gress are about dr'-u- l ttlo every don'tabout ?family and sieh tilings, as inhuman so says the Tribune. then decidedly' the best thov chance of success?!" The Howe & Pullman united that ever played in Hickman. Miss P. Yob; them's the folks. shows arrived on time yesterday. tiug tae party. iaai Tfon can save 2o per ret in pric. and and throw away lh t'" ". Mr. Went worth has tau- - The attendance from the country leudidi 6U.e csr.t in qii.tiiiv bv buying fLKNI uuani;c ijiu Jcmwji oxers euj L'onipieirty uusif ii. anu i was very small, and they proba' TUKE.t tlaug t'soy nave is to oo sola by bly had small audiences. gave litoHijnst ru,sxetp tlu-r'R.T.GAUDNER'S "' ' 3"-" sou of them will dear?tdofeai the Sheriff. IiOt's go. ' Mrs. P. My gracious, but that's A ZtepnbJtrnii County Convention., Beruer, the immudial cause themselves. 8"c:luck We'll go there and buy """ of the Cincinnati mob, it is eaid, The Republicans of FuU&i nnder-strike- r their "was a ward politician or, county, are respectfully requested for tho politicians, and anU iri". Joiit-- in jiff pu"bSr Sprinf to meet in convention, at the 1hjU n. ti!ntto. bummer hence tho effort to save his neck UOOU1 aSHl kLhx. tu ta MiiJiSJii Fany The blacks of Memphis have for county court-housat S o'clook, TTtll IfW 5Wib ur on technicalities. April 19, 1884. eio: eltfgitit jic if uticu gvor i4iwi. some time been co.nplauiiiig that P. M., Saturday, E. Cask, April 2G is the day fixed for in Uietoiiic'iuan ni.irKetis JBb'- - aatten the Postmaster of that city distion buxiiteM iire Lkairmitn RpnbUain Connty GtWr aij Ml god criminates against them in his offi. I. the counties in this State to hold . I. .!.! L i xuiin primaries to send delegates to the tuuf.You Vul.iic iuitr. S NKjlis; ft III cial appointments in favor of the milter. find in her ISo,,evrv It will bersoen that tho day for democratic State Convention. nt'le of Hat an Bonnet TroSuTseason uftnlattocs. Wednesday night they Tho order calla for tho holding of Afoo a fnd iine of the veryfHnnora-tlo- held a meeting, to which no saddle-- tho "mooting of the convention has Nekwar. Hair'Gi i Oraa colored citizen was admitted. been changed from the 12th to the these meetings at the county seats. inenttin Hat and Houaeta lnl to or Very fiery elocution was indulg- 19th instant. IWoVflllea! K'MrllWnf Sovetttrwf der, at the shorl-s- t ed iii, and a demand was made for priced tint de'y c :iuiioi)oferi GooiU, of the A magnificent line of Udie Drc artistic nnd beautiful, kj wt,at tho dismissal of some ofthemulat-toe- s k Representative Bin ford has introduced a bill to and resuacitate an act to prohibit the sale of spirituous liquors in Fulton county approved Feb. 16, 1SS4. Biedms . An AiiNTi'er WtatiU fan anv one brine UH iff S wKidnev or Liver Comr ,i,;..t ttiiTr.ift rili'iti-rlev fin will not (ieedi'v cure? & not, as thousands of cawjlratyerma nsmly cured ani choice gji'l reomi s "5 T "I and not leave it until the ongine colored woman back in the church, was set in motion and everything and shall dine with her." It was was in readiness for a public ex- tho same old woman who had. enhibition. Onoofthe men whom tertained him before. Keeley discharged had boen emA reporter Of tho Courier-Jourployed by him for sevon years. al visited Mr. Tilden last week at declined, saying: see an old n tendance invited him to dinner, whon he was about to go homo hungry an old colored woman asked him to dine with her. Some years after, when he was a Bishop, he preached at tho same church, when invitations to eat savory dinners showered in on him, but ho Who Made the Low Prices? -- PLAUT BEOS. & CO. xox- jfew Goods, &a Very respectfully, E announce to our friends nd 'he public generally, that we have jest received an immense stock of all kinds of Furniture and suiicit the trade of parties wish ing to iniy. We can ehow all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine lim of w CU-- g A Trnnne liarv Cljnnco. Miss Parvenue Oh, mar. There is sieh a chance to get nice bar- . fari' his magnificent homo in Now York City, nnd after describing tho elegant mansion, he saj-- s that Mr. Tilden told him that under no circumstances would ho allow his name to bo used for the Demo cratic nomination. His reason for this positive declaration is that he is too old and infirm hasn't the physical strength to stand a cam paign, to say nothiucr of a four .years work of reforming the gov- - Wc prope to make our price to suit the spirit of the timca. You can rest assured you neeil never leave our hotio t look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell as lots as any retail Furniture store in iho ''Purchase. . . T. F. WILBURN & CO. Also sS r 243YAU kindnof Itenairine done on short notice, and in a workmanlike stvle. we dry prcjwred to give special inducements as r S?5.ore roams in nw Odd Fellows building. WW Ocntractors and Builders of Houses. p ! blue-blooder- e, GORMAN THE FINEST, -TILE CO. s -- coat-of-arm- s. s e, 1 ' J Dreaa Trimming, Lace, Embrifidenei, Neck they want by paying her a vua y Stock Wear, Handkerchiefs, llm.ery, 0'ove-- , in to large and varied, that Jh eh and Fbi, Parasols, its Newptylesin all of the jKior can come and go aayaiifd with abor e Uoo'r and at price lower tlaan ever quilily aiU price. Con.e antryour-t-elf- . blacks in their places. The following resonant resolution was and the appointment of Tho followinR marriage licenses ere THE CHOICEST, THE PBETTIEST, THE CHEAPEST, THE MOST STYLISH, TKE MOST DUPABLE, THE MOST FASHIONABLE, THE BEST SELECTED AND THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LOWEST PBICE EYEP bought in Hickman. Wo invite all to come in and see that our S5 LAIIGEST, in their new biiiiding, at their old staid, and are receiving the largest assorts AImioay merit of QEa'AtSS'W&iaB,. eyer &-- , issued thii eek . Call and tee them H. BUCHANAN. .. LouiBville is finally to have a May Festival, and to be original has decided on the spectacular. 4Excelsior" will be given under the Earalfys' management for three weeks beginning May 12. The roads are getting passable, and some old citizens who ' ring tho 'winter, arc beginning to - have remained cUsolyathome du- - venture out. It is a shamo that tke good county of Fulton should tolerate such a road system. Miss Mamie Steelo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C. Steele, died at the family home, Paducah, Ky., on Friday last, of consumption. The pare nts have the earnest svmpathy of many old friends hereabouts in their deep bereavement. Tho Courier is for gradual tariff reform, but to make it the only issue of the Presidential campaign, sounds like an admission that in all thinuB else the RemiblicanB have managed tho Government all right. Let's haveretorm all along Can anything pirnl bo done toward securing i, roads in Fulton county? thtcuKiER is asked. We answeffAt we don't know but the prow is not encouraging, for this gdjtion at least. The Courikr ljeon firing away on the snbjecjttry for several yeatjit nothing has been accomplish unless public sentiment has bm made UT. Dr. Dmuis.1 more favorable thera. To be "Always keep an enemy on hand practicable a new roadV ought a brisk, hearty, active enemy." to bo made imposing ajssonable The having one is proof that you tax: or, private compa&i organ are somebody. Wishy washy, empized to build gravel ros. ty, worthless people never have enemies. Men who never move The Cincinnati m lesulted never run against anything; and in tho killing and w nling, 0f when a man is thoroughly dead about 200 i)eople, but Murder- and utterly buried nothing ever er Berner escaped i:iJ. The runs against him. To be run Kentucky mob nsnalljnlc their against is proof of existence and victim from the jail, halim, and position; to run against something retire in good order, "(average is proof of motion. citizen knowing nothiirf tho ocThe next best thing to having currence until the noxls'. ono hundred real friends is to few-week- . s adopted: s "That, while wc feel wo have reasons to complain on account of what now looks like an open snubbing of black men in refusing to allow them any Government pie, even though our petitions are on file, yet, 'with malice toward none and charity for all,' we object to discriminations against ourselves as black men." I'mi'h ot an Knmy. ' JaniM Todd and Mra. Sollio Bynura. John B. lluaby, Jr., and if Us Lurs Wright. . umh;.'ji wood, of ranKtnentrt h which, he cau fut)ih the Hickman Courier and the Louisville Weekly Courier Journal, combined to sew suUcrihcrs for the small sum of $2 10 tt vear. Ths social arrangement is offered onlvfor this year, with the desire and expectation of "increasing the circulation of these Democratic papers during th approaching Presidential campaign. Names secured in hi chi'i will ho pent to any P. 0 address. He furnishes the at SI .50, and the Hickman Coua isn alon, in th club of luu, at $1.25. Address the IliokniHii Coviiun, or Countr-Jourml. '.TBegg't.uuJJJJ.Jua j fampaicti B'tiili hart Mr. II. J A), perfected Micknian. Ky . - m CP o ?i brought to Hickman, which wo har bought for strictly cash, and will be sold low; down, and very k are exactly as represented and w6 will sell them at prices that will gi ve satisfaction. , ar I CHEAP FOR CASH. o Give us a call before purchasing else-- where. J. W. GORMAN &"C0. FIRST TO RETAIL tsr TJLSbl. -- a II. J. AT WOOD, r Hickman, Ky. I J. W. COWGILL, DEAlEE jry . i I3ST wmi wm em ft fe&Ss "h K?? cSii ?vj, "yOu1 ' 35?3S&!v Ke'J fVM, & RfJi SWii jir DftUGS, INTENT Something New inTljis Line. ni? HncKJcn"-A- r TiiEBcsTSM-VEin - the line. The lower Mississippi is shrouded in gloom, and tho prospect for any crop at all this season from Vicksburg down is discouraging'. It is gloomy enough hereabouts among bottom farmers but our bottomites are in fair condition compared to those below if reports are not exaggerated. . The Kentucky House passed a railroad fence bill. It provides for the fencing in of all fills, embankments andopproaches to tunnels. Tho cattle of course can go into these enclosures where the trains go in and out, and it is difficult to see how the law improves the thing. Qfrkrt1 nnn juaoii u cuuco. ... resiucncuT.oeftuo unuo suy hl iue uiurv 01... ....... U iolnAH jLUBbuui T tfc,atrliir Cuts, Bruises. Sores Ulcers, U hc Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hnjj, Iblain", Corns, and all Skin Erupt&. d positively cures Piles, or no psyitq ud. It is guaranteed to give pcrf k (faction PricK ;nts per or money refunded. bo. For Sale at FORTUNfS I g Store. i,ifi, - ak?mii.M.('. &&& &JJ.-TJ' W1 -- W?i s3k iJJ that is Ti Judge Lynch is a rnj court, and ought to be discircd by good citizens, but it ispo said that he makes few mi?s, and nearly always gets thefiit man, but if he docs punish ilnocent man what a terrible wlit is. T I - 'Estner, of this riage. The Anchor presents congratulations, and wishes for them many years "of uninterrupted happiness. May tho beautifnl sunshine of love ever brighten, but no clouds of adversity ever shadoy their pathway. Union City An chor. . place, and Miss Lena Stock were nnited in mar- fSather, in Berger, Mo., Mr. O. L. veloped tho iact that he didn't UllAlliSperbett, ers. &c. so fin advertise. jCa .?. .vJi??kfSi'--' r7mZl7ZMMM H. BUCHANAN. BUREAUS "k'ko &c, c, &c. AH the fruit growers in southTIN SAFES 5250 west Georgia are confident of a Gardner's perferated CHAIR SEATS, 20 MATTRESSES 90c, 1.25, $180 and other sizes at same rates; FEATHER BEDS and 10 o'clo? good crop this year. Up to date Pjcriptiona filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bll" after MILLARS, 40c per pound. I am also agent for the Light running Diamond Sewing Mafew trees are killed and cold but chine. r. weather will bo all over before the A.B. I ahn have the finest line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to crop can bo hurt. At this time last Hickman. Customers nolitelv served on short notice. ( Estrny Koflce. Padu- year it was well known that peach- No Need of .Going From Home I FEAR NO COMPETITION, AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR The Leigh Bros., HBNSOisT, BRIGHTNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. cah, announce their if: ion of es would bo scarce; now all aro Strayed from my home, in Madrid Bend lJDn i forget the place, on the opposite corner from PlautBro's. & Co., under the New to Buy Your Plows, commencing a now daj tper in counting on a big yield. Tenn , about the 12' h, of .December last , ' t n CITr rr. i r n:.. iuc can i..V" iuuviuir uisewncrc. ueiore one Bright Bay Mars, heavy built, 14J "'"" urn; that city, to bo calld 3 Daily Gen. Robt. Toombs, of Georgia hands high, no while about her except a Standard. The politicPHho pa has lately refused $10 an aero for ruin, three few trray hairs where received per is not annonnced. W Evcn- - a tract of 4,000 acres in Texas. He Muse&Shaw have just small deats ia Iho left side ot her nesic; infr iews Linnirs. a rrn iriung owns a great deal of land there, a large assortment of Plows, conshe is about S or 9 years old. Also at the . IT. Tft IB sisting of the famous South Bend same time one .Moras Colorbd Maks nilllPT ni!(r c.ISa, fcjtAr- 1" and when he was in Paris and sold hn Mule. 15 hands high, G .years old, gear A blacksmith shotf?0! ainmg somo of the land at $5. He used Chilled Plow; AVEREY'S World white uose, no other marks escept about $200 worth- o&r ng im- - to say that ho was living on an Renowned Plows Chilled arid marks. Any information concernmK the m )M mil Steel, ofall descriptions. Also, the W M above stock will be thankfully received and plemcuts on tho farl.'Mr. C. acre of dirt a day. liberally rewarded, cant be ROELKER E. McConnell, near JrMi Sta qH W fM sib A. W. Hurd A widower man named Adams, beat. These Plow, which be sold tion, this county, was Ved by Plows will DarNALL, Laku County, Tenn. . Alabama, who has twenty-on- e of JIICKXAN, 'KENTUCKY, nre on uie om oi'Miu,o children, has gone to Texas to mar- 25 per cent, cheaper than ever sold M cnt Prml !l HIOKMAE?, in Hickman before. They also keep Mr ry an old sweetheart, who is now for voeUR, al Irw, on hand a large assortment of Gear-im- r. inform tho public generally, that rrciT Mr. and Mrs. DS4ardi a widow, and has nineteen chilWishes to H, oretinor whieb will M ...nitnn Harness, and Saddlery, to be ,nrttiTo rtnnsv tits ucpm ncr.nmr - JCIliAltUiiU. UKfcliTKU. HElf UUrtlOWOv he is fully.prepared to do all kind of Dent cMtlyboxISoo.U Tlfhtwj Ihuu ujrthlnK tb mio txuou u.iun uuu.ui r,.,. who have been spendife h vrin- - dren. The laws of the Lone Star raremony ex. to and thoroughly renovated. Convenent to river and railroad, and attentive istry, rartiea wishing further mforma In ibis vifM iortunii ru u xer in jeionua. return rfiKo ves- State should interdict any increase soul cheap. Give them a call be X rj - v tion. will'please call atmv Office, first door i,.w.t- - Atonc aJJrrt Tci k iCo, u5ti.u. ' g1"1 . BUUi aimjjowBr one oi ine DeaUappoinwd hotels in this section.. terday iii'this family. fore purchasing. j . , . weatof iadedc llouse. Jaior aa. JH. TUKWES69 Proprietor.' In a town in Kentucky a lady found the proprietor of the store so sound asleep that she first thought he was dead. At first it was supposed ho was a retired night watchman and imagined himself back on duty, but inquiry de- $20,000 Stock to Select fron- iall new and late styles. Come and sec our exhibitor of Garnets; it shows you the rooms carpeted. Also a fullline of Rugs, Oil Cloth, &c. A beautiful line of Noting-ha- m and Gimpure Lace Curtains, Lace Lambrequins, Lace Bed Cov- - ISpSM McniNNFS! m. AT WHOLESALE PRICES You can depend upon finding any thing in my house kept in a first class FURNITURE STORE. T'T'iP iSffl "i rrfflfr, 'IVr7iTitMrHlnrMB AND '"doniaal P-A-hstt Support! &&! A No. 1 BEDSTEAD. A Tip Top TANNEL BED,. mQi '. -- i M- issa ga mm iklr 13 $1.20 S1.75 TDILETiKRTICLES $2.35 Ti s -- 3NTX lfeSS'tSK2aii ui mt iifliii. ggggpp r, WA. . . Respectfully yi i e ES - la fi fil m M Si KENTUCKY. i- DENTIST, i ..j . A PRIZE. ' - - iv -- . 5F- - F ii ' . r- w:3 fcjfc j. . EIE ,. . (''v r- - sr? ? t '- f - -- Ii 2B3m 2MB& ffllB 2lKSm ffi STlWHS);i tiBBBi .&$M vl; E& rlPP & V s S3iS "Wi Jtf 3pPpsp3 J7 F?Ri E323 "" m sl I Ia IE " s H ' " " "Cail HV ayjtf WHOmH Wfc?l and the maker of Low Prices, lis returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of New Goods ever brolt to Hickman. TiccMy Per Cent. Cheaper than aff house m tins W cstern country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Call and examine Gps and prices. S 5 The much antd whisky exCincinnati is worse than Dau-vill- o tension bill in 'Caress was deWhy don't Senator Ma feated by ,h0 deenW vote of 1S5 to S3. This bill fi supported by houo have it investigated? the solid Kentuck&elogation, exis worse than Co- cept "White, andjy so far as we Cincinnati piah. Senator Sherman ought know and beliera majority of TToninpl.-- t' tmnisA to move for an investigation. bill "THe'Lill providing: Federal aid ture WJisV &? VrPHI of whisK'a' very largo in to public schools is hanging fire terest in this tux and because in the U. S. Senate. - im am of this fact, the Jentucky mem- '' ""' " I will sell these G oods H. BUCHANAN. A LECTURE On TO YOUNG MEN IHS BICSB&K CQUEISR. THE AYHJHKv KFKATED. declension in 1S80. lie said then thero was nothing ho so much as tho repose of private life, and that ho folt unequal to tho enormous work of reforming tho Government, tho expectation of which would bo his sole motive for accepting. do-sire- d at home, and all to remain boys and youths of their families quietly jetessioaal FEBS Vily. arfis. rafer"H?BflWPiVI- rected. All persons found on tho street after 7 o'clock this evening will be required to show good cause for being abroad . i !WieKi. in their houses excopt those organized and enrolled as above di- !lc Lea ef F. O'DANIEL, II. D., HIS PROFESSIONAL SER-(!ce- a to the citizens of Hickman and House. - )erinanehtlyw restored, anti the consequences of digob'edicnco to rations, Lougir!, instrument, ring, or cordiaU; 2Kb HICKMAN, KENTUCKY r intins out siodcof core l ent trrt.fo nd f. this proclamation will bo upon Iictitl, by which every jtjflfrer, no matter wb.t bU those who fail to rejard it. rvFFEKS his rrofosaional Serricea to cunilltion may be, ray tnre hlniMlf cbra.tr. IP theycould put Randall's head bers felt. and radically. justing making the tbe c'ttiaena of Hickman and vicinity, Tnoa. J. SiErnpNS, Mayor. Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ffirThU Itttr Kill frcrea let U (XcmkmJi ml on Wattcrson's shoulders, the strong.and deteW thmtmand. ij an 16- 80 fight thoy tho mob had At last bent mider seal. In a plain envelope, to any Democrats would have one great did to favor saidjicrest, tTonnded, on receipt of four cvnli, or mo poetari tr EtllJPrt iRiiO 350 and Bc- - subsided, accounts and quiet wnicn are onereu at and pcaie but the Hit Coin Eliiuxi lamve. ArfdrrH leader. C. prevailed. L. o THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., bulk and body ojte people, cord Sitirnf, 4 I Ann St., Hew TorK., . r. ; Poit Office Box. 410. dioely and pecuniWin. Senator-elec- t of those (nn Tho nciiiocnitt Payne, of Ohio, ATTORNEY Ar LAW Friday aud Saturday nights last SJ tbe hT lotk UurlJ ) nays positively that ho will not bo arily interested, feij that it was a was The prospects of a Democratic a candidate for the Democratic sor of class legifcuan inconsist- tho great city of Cincinnati comlollector, Real Estate Agent under a reign' of terror and victory this year is based on tho Presidential nomination. Glad to ent with Demonic juetiDcs. All goods guaranteed td teachings. pletely at tho mercy of tho mob. unity of the Southern electoral and that tho very lowest the market hear it. HICKMAN, KY. TJio bill propose! p extend the The jail was assaulted by thous- vote aud the chance of carrying be exactly as represented. f Will attend promptly to nil bun The Senate Committee on Ter- time for paying tje(tax on whisky ands of maddened men, thirsting tho debatable States Now York, eu oairusieu mm in ooumwesieri aud probafor the blood of the murdorers Now Jersey, California ritories agree to give the name for three years, rpi enta5v nnd Northwestern Tennesrt. words confined within. Tho citizens an- bly Ohio. "Lincoln" to tho new Territory for tho Govornitvt oior Speoinl attention giTento the investiga io loan ihe gered at the failure of tho courts If tho South remains unbroken on of Land titles, and the purchase P. E. CASE & CO. vhich it is proposed to mate out fjan8 ile of Real Estate. isky tho large to punish criminals, tho almost it will give the Democracy lfi3 of the southern portion of Da- manufacturers sum accruing i'rn) this tax for cortainty of murderers escaping electoral votes This is 48 short kota. three years. mymialcean ex- scot free or with slight punish- of tho required number. Uew York The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed E. A. & R. T. Tyler, votes and Kow ment, attempt to take the law in with thirty-si"It is as near absolutely certain ception of loaninVaioney to !Net, Seine, Line), Hoots, arul H kiife tho their own bauds, raid tho armo- Jersey with nine votes vnfl, with The attention of builders especially desired, as this house will give ape of Hshing Tackle and b'Mpplieii, at abor ns any future political event can "Why ries and gun stores for weapons, any other Northern State, mako up cial inducement-- . Correspondence solici ed, Xvro, gain. GrocerifcS " and pamily Suppliea geo he that whoever heads tho Repub- manufacturers crallj. lican ticket, Robert T. Lincoln should not ihe Gqvumr-enIt is believed JR. B. BREVARD. loan a and for a timo overpower the mi- tho deficiency. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, will bo the nominee of the party liko amount to o1hc "manufactu- litia and police. The immediate that California and Nevada will bo ITTTILL ATTEND TO ALL IILT on the cause of the mob was the for vice President. rers who had ovcrprUueed ? Be. a'mnrdercr by tho name trial of foundwise action, Democratic side, fiVY entrusted to their care, of Bor-ne- with and thatthcre is i OSce Millet Block. Young Pitzpatrick, who was sides, it was openly auounccd by who sentenced to twenty years a prospect of carrying Ohio aud TO CO. hanged in Columbia? Friday, in his rr. Ho wiii, a frlondof the bill. in tho penitentiary instead of perhaps Connecticut and Indiana. speech on the scaffold, said: "You that tho result of tliepending bill death, as most certainly he should-havThe result of the late? caucus MANUFACTURERS OP young men who pack them pistols, would be to remit the whole shows that on tho tariff issue tho 0. H been. Wllsoa W25&Co?SI for God's sake, lay them down and South could not bo held together, beuner's crime. amount at tho end if tho three &Zg3L pick up a Testament." and that New York, New Jersey, . "y"! ATTORNEY AT LAW Immense stock or Groceries l all kls& years and repeal tueavhisky tax Bcrner's crime was assisting .Too California, Connecticut ad Ohio Palmer, coloredtin tho and Liquors of 20 different kui&vn fta4t President Arthur takes a horse- in toto. Aniajortfyd our people would bo hopelessly losU to tho murder of hs employer, W. H. Democracy. Street, back ride now every day. Whon feel and believe tuatif there is JlY. HICKMAN, ft ft Kirk, Christmas eve, for the purit rains he dons a rubber suit. He anything Marylaud has four Democratic that can her io bo tax- pose of robbery. Both he and L&--rt&mi5z&promptlj reroitte tru fine figure on the outside cuts a it unit- SCOLLECTION8 titles a specially. " aLJI IA1 7rTL-' wrVIVU i but Congressmen. Three of thorn vo- U J. E. BROWN of a horse, and his health is im ed, and ought to b taxed, that Palmer confessed the murder,man- - ted ninunstthe Morrison bill, and bs aae3 m& B3,Abstract9 of jury found him guilty of proving witn tno outdoor exer thing is whisky, and ihej don't tho the fourth, Mr. HoDlitzol would This, a brand new stock f 9AJfy ha purrhn'-f-cise. want that lax rcpeakl. If Ken- slaughter. twenty with tho lact have joined them if lie hadnot abother untried ILY CiROCEKIES, Confectioncris, TVi that about w. himself. coi, Cigars, &c, and opened on There are but few people who tucky members wore jailed upon murderers aro in jail, ib what in- sented of the fourDomocralic ConOut know that there is a U. S. Senator to justify their suppot of tjis bill flamed the public mind. (3ickman,Ky., Clinton Str.) three voThe mob first raided the jail de- gressmen from Morrison. named ilanderson. lie is from at home, under tho ro of vigorted against Mr. CLIXTOX ST32BT, Nebraska. The first time ho was ous Democratic oppsiiion, they manding Corner, but the Sheriff Does not this look as if the resist, ueara irom was last wecic, in a would find u more officii than with a force was there to policy would risk tho nicct lionso of tbe kind kJiat ha very fiue speech against the Fitz but the mob battered the wall the continued unity of lucfeSoutht some of them siippos io get the down, entered tho outer court of in Iflckmau. and at lover prioM tfewt John Porter bill. New York hafi otivrett iwrnru HeadCBaMoM people to eudorWch class legis- the jail, breaking up ami destroy- Democratic itc Plain Bros. & Co , Clinton ijvrV Congressmen, ut I before them. In ing everything f ? Public sentiment now points lation. vss!llXs&) eight are from tho city and the meantime some deputies of these, & to Randall, of Pennirom ouisiuo the Sheriff had spirited Berner thirteen whole delegation,ui8nuiw. tjreive TILDES'S COSITIOX. nomisylvania, as the Democratic a away, and the mob failed to get Of the JA3ES2i nee for President; but then, would Ills IXcnltlt ExcelUt Hit i'oslllon them. The mob apparently relax- voted against tho Morrison bill and one was absent. Of theeight li tlse?rcidt'iicy. IIICZI22AM, KliUTTJCKT, Kelutiio Demothe "Wattersou-Morrisoed for the want of proper leader- favorablo votes, fivo wero cast by The best make oJ tit celebrated dj:ai;ek ship, and tho Sheriffs posse re- Kepresentatives of this city. BF.rCKSENTISO crats support him ? Columbus Xew York, trek 27. The inforced by the city police and The vote shows, what every inWorld, Friday mooing, will pubThe Talbott whisky bill, which lish an interview olTildeirs d'ovs- - some militia troops repulsed the telligent man knows, that on an is& S02S, B. S.. mob and resumed possession of sue looking e en in the direction BRUfS. HSDICINE8, AND ift'ii-Sl- W proposed high license and to give ical condition heldwith a "promior jail. In the struggle a number the proceeds from same to tho nent gentlemair'ynown to pos- tho killod on both sides. Tho of free trade or a tariff disturbance wore Nashville, Tennsssee, knowledge New York would assuredly give Kept for Falc, at o bargain, at theLirerj Bchools o'f tho State, was defeated sess the most further on tho subject, asjio is and has shedding of blood and tho mob her votes to the Republican Presiand Sale Stable of IX DEALRRS citizens in the Kentucky Legislature. This been for many years Tilden's most FARIS& PARKER, Legislature wants low license and intimate friend an constant asso- increased to thousands. Every dent. the three Democratic ConOf CC conrt house the schools kept up by local taxa ciate in his public! as well as pri- street leading to tho and jammed gressmen from Now Jersey, one, ser prescr iprroxs coxpouxdtdi "t . Bondtirant jDrtwty, was packed vate affairs. At tin Antlfiinmi'R and jail Mr. McAdoo, voted against a tartion. RICKSAN MARBLE WORK with a maddened, wild mass of iff hill and two refused even to particular rcquet his name is had barricaIIICKMAN, KV. The Cincinnati nanors howled omitted. "The nnllnmnn cnvK people. The troops and about seem to sanction by thoir presCojumiNHiiOaacr'jt Sale. 3 Tor Slicrlff. "Tdden weighs llween 123 and ded themselves inside a constant ence a tariff agitation at this time. Corgnjission ierilja with indignation at the terrible "We rc authorired to announce Judge the jail, and kept up 130 pounds. I Svo California gave her solid Demo- B. It WALKER, an a candidate for tbe condition of Kentucky society 40 years. From tie known him tiro from tho windows on the citiFallen i'frctiit Conrt. Kentnchy tiiue he was DEALER IS delegation of six. votes, HICKMAN, XT., when Governor Blackburn sent IS until he was 5, he never but zens in the streets. Tho Mayor cratic by Gen. Bosecraus, against office of Sher'fl'at the enduing August elec- Doniluraat & Drewry.i'LAiNTirr headed tion. MARBI.B EQcr fTALIAN AXD AMERICAN AOIXT Keep always on baud, Fre4 two or three militia, companies to once exceeded !B3 pounds. Ho assumed command, organized a any tariff bill. We ivre authorized to announce Capt W. Qcorgianna Jouen &o , DtrTs committee of 100 old citizens as a LIME, CEMENT, &AI T ?LAST1B Ky rirtue of MONUMENTS. TOMB AUD UKAVJS Judgment and Connecticut has thren Dcmo- A SHUCK, an a candidate for the office of Ashland, but tho Governor of Ohio weighs as much now as the aver committee of safety, called on tho ..:. GItASS SEEDS, CLOTIR, W, age since ho gvv to manhood. ci.!. l.l.. ruiiuii r. .!...- vuuri, -rcnucr II oratio Consrressmen. Tlicy voteu gherifTof Fulton county at the enduing omc uir .iiio f..l.- -. iiuuu n. mot i If tTOVtXl iiad to call out tho whole State . mmua UiUtli.U. ntiucrcurunrj luriu uicreui, 100J, in II August election The story that takes or has Governor for tho entire Will make liberal advances tvfrlm solid against Mr. Morrison. militia for Cincinnati. above cause, for the sum ot three hundi State. VINO received a fine lot or Amerbeen taking narotics to induce force of thepromptly The Governor Three months ago Gon. Grant una loriy uoiiars ana twenty nvo cen HAican and Italian Marble, I am pre- Corn, Jtc, for sle er shipment. sending sevrespondod mch-sure Commissionci Sulc. wnn interest ni ine raie 01 o percent, p pared to fill all orders. Call and examine Wattekson is a bold and bril- sleep is totally falje.forHe has dom-s- eral regiments to tho powerless said that the Democrats had a next in no insiancj years, and electing the annum irom tne bin any ot .March lb, hir work prospect liant writer, but badly lacking in was never in the habit of doing city. In tho meantime the citizens President, of rnlton Circuit Coart, Kentucky until paid, and. $45.95 costs herein, I sh Orders from the country promptly unless they cohmutted Caldwell's and gun stores for may 26 proceed to offer for sale at Ihe Court-hIMaut Bros & Co., Plaintiff, common sense necessary to a so. He is a ronarkablv eood raided armories whole the somo great blunder. The some artillery EQUITY. door, in Hickman, Ky., to the highest bi great leader. If they would ship sleeper; nor is io paralyzed on weapons, captureddajs and nights country, Republicaus and Demo- J. W. Lester,agalnst &c, defendants. J der at Public Auction, on Monday, THE FIFTH YEAR, will cenmenee pieces, aud for two 14tb day of April, 1884, at o'clock, p. k. him to Europe there toTemain un- either side. He his a rheumatic the whole city was in actual war. crats, felt the same. It remains By Tirtueef a judgment nnd ordor of thereabouts (being County Court affection of somj lingers on the of the flAMILY UROCEEY Moxda, Awrt. 27ifc, S9ft day til after the Presidential election, left hand. He isjsonietiines sub The treasurer's office and court to bo seen if tho Democrats the sale of Ihe Fulton Circuit Court, rendered upon a credit ot six monibs, toe lollonj and eontinue nine months presont Congress will throw a. ihe Februnrv term thereof, 18SL in the described The TOBrse of Ptudy, in addition j the Democratic party'would stand ject to tremor of tho hands, but house, a building that cost half a prospect away. properly, kk nboe cause, for the eura of five hundred hro Dy ough 1'iimary Work, will include KgMr The following tract of land lying in Fu H. C. and ten cents, with ton generally not sufficient to prevent million dollars was set on comity ft better chance. and eighteen dollars Mathemsrtie. the Natural Frimrr f mi County, Ky., cuntaming about (DAYIS OLD STAND.) his carrying a tuiahler of water to the mob, and it and all tho TTTT V. T .: Interest at the rate or 6 per c?nt. per an- acres, and bounded as follows: lieglnnii tj the ioim: to 1,EA.YE kome. .u.iii unu r? t. xvu&- ir.. wiccs,. jveepinj. rui rocords. destroyed. Tho soldiers the 3rd day of March 1881. un- at a sassafras N. E. corner of Q. W. num from his mouth, or to prevent his wrikinds of snip, juocuuon ana vocal Ctmuio. The resolution in the State Leg- ting his signature, which in Kome irencofortli In guarding tho jail kept a constant til paid, and 54825 costs herein, I shall ward's tract of land, running thence N, j TtrncN yen mooth. APLE AND FANCY GROCERIES islature to investigate the charges occasion to do frequently ho has firo from the jail fortifications, up proceed te offer for sale at the Court house 42 poles to two black oak pointers, then! " every Primary. . 20. Tho Paris door, in Hickman, Ky., to the highest N.35, west 40 poles to two black gij London, March of bribery during the late Senato- day. I happenlto know, he was and down tho streets, all Friday correspondent of tho Times an- bidder at Public Auction, on Monday, the house, atbot Intermediate dually kept in a tho , . 4te Advanced, rial election has been withdrawn. called upon in alrust to affix his and Saturday nights. When wero nounces that the Pope has writ- 14ih day of April, lb84, at ono o'clock, pointers,i then35west 15 poles to a aUi m prices. V. poles to a Rum, then S. then S. court house and records TEAS, txNCY CAXD1ES, p. u., or thereabouts (being County Court W. 18 pole Payable monthly m Adrn. "Tg(f to a stake, two black oak poll TTe suppose it was better to with- signature 400 times, which he did burning the fire companies refused ten to tho Emperor Francis Joot six month", the folPICKLES the same day. jHis sense of hearT r er?, then in a road in Jns Anderson's ei hoi intends day), upou a credit f AlTUVCr.T seph, of draw it than to have a lowing described property, QRITS ?u,vpnnuTT 1 Pri. west by said east bod CBAKBEimiES. HOSIINY, ing is nncominoj acuto in both to turn out, unless guarded by the to leave Austria, that lino, alin the county uary then bounded s a. W. corner Eome, addinj,jtbat The following property affair, which an investigation ears. He hears the slightest whis- soldiers, alleging that in addition to Edmonson it "Hfckmnn, Ky.T Augvst 3,188K Tiz: The northwest fractional WT to personal danger that tho mob though this step may seriously af- of Pulton,and the undivided half of the sassafras, then S. E. with Edmonson JCi 3C per. Hfs eyes are something wonwould have brought about. all Christendom, he" 'finds it quarter, quarter of eeciion 35, township to the beginning. For the purchase prf, derful. Ho jeadj three to five would cut the liose so they could fect &c. tho purchaser, with approved surely not work. The mob fired on tho imperatively necessary. The cor- north east of 6 west. Also, one undivi- securities, must execute bond, bearing Sisgar, Coffees, Soaps, The hair splitting decision of hours every ovemnjr besides what soldiers from tho house-tops- , respondent, from a careful study 1, range west not ba undersold. flWin full price for Butter, Eggs, &a and interest in the norih west fracded p1 does the JVYill pay judges, the quirks and turns of hoquick in the dav time. He has Oi.i time captured a battery of ar- of tho situation, believes that no tional quarter of section 26, township gal interest fromforce day of sale until and having the and effect of a and erect walk, and does tillery, but itwas soon other government than that of 1, range westof 0 west. Also one aged to cot r lawyer?, and aping jarors ignoring not mind going up Bidders will be prepared oueeorrel horse three or four by the soldiers aud police. Austria could receive tho Pope in marc mule of sorrel color,years, one sorrel ply promptly with these terms. 'HE BARTER GROCER - IX.EEPS all kind's of'slaple and fascy tho real evidence as to the guilt flights of stairs. His voice is o seven mule aged about GEO. WARREK, tho event of his leaving Eome. 15 head of PROCLAMATION. horse about 0 years old, and by reason of debility of the or innocence of criminals, and Matter Comrr.ui'vneu l"R. TJ. M. MONTGOMERY, announ-TThis is the first permanent re- Block cattle; or so much of said properly Tho following proclamation was moval of the seat of vocal chords, which increases ces'to hiB friends and Ihe public that turning them loose on mere techtho Papal as may be necessary to satisfy said debt hag opened a new and fresh supply of whon he is fatigued. The modical also issued: sold in the following orTo be government from Komo since nicalities, when tho entire commu- men say Family Grockbii, which Cincinnati, March 30. Misgui- restoration under Bonhaco IX. its and cost. selling the catlle, horses and W. DIESTELBRINS illkinds of low as the lowest. He is het that the tremor of the in der: First sell as nity aro satisfied as to guilt, hands does not touch any vital ded men, alleging indignation that 13S9. then the real estate in the followTho to Avignon, mules; all times to exchange Groceries nl ing order, first the last tract mentioned, causes mobs. This is what needs powers. They all report all of the tho criminal laws arc not properly in Franco, removal eighty-twWill be pleased to tsh prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or and Confectioneries. occurred sufficient tho first Temedying. . vital powers of Tildeu to be heal- executed, have thomselves been years before, when Clement V. and lastlj produce mentioned, ormoney so Bpace to narao all articles, bnty kind of marketing that the farming tee his old customers, and will both suit the sum of to thorcof WOtrouble to show tmnA9. tueaa in price and quality. Call and see Kends mav brinz in. The highest raw thy and strong. Tilden goes daily led into the crime of assaulting For the purchase to be made. thither to bo near us 'Quick wnib. auu Mwnii iuuiio. There is no apology to be of- out and about, attends to his af- public officers of tho peace and wentPhillip the Fair, andhis protec- orderedthe purchaser, with approved Pure- andome and see, at the corner of Trwit price always paid. escape price, tor, BRO. Won't be undersold Ij rjan4tf J. M. MONTGOMERY destroying private property. I, tho turbulence prevalentto or securities, must cxecuio bond, bear- and Moscow Avenue. East Hiekmr. fered for a mob anywhere, and fairs, which are of no limited ly through- ing legal intercut from the day of sale advjsc in therefore, Mayor of Cincinnati, do out Italy. is called on to more particularly that Cincinnati until paid, and having the force and effect Groceries. jnob that wantonly destroyed the matters of importance with which hereby command all such persons Bidders will be prepared of a judgment. I hd haslongbeeu conuected; reads to desist from their lawlessness ArcTIievc Women In Heaven? promptly with theso terms. to comply ?.5cts Lower thaii the Lowest court house, bat the lax enforce- early and 0EO. WARREN, rises early and and obey the constituted authori"I read in the papers remarklate; 1 Matter Commiitiontr. IhaTeno derk exp.nsss-- no store ren ment of law against criminals, and rarely retires before 11; selects ties. I call upon all good citizens ed a lady to her husband, "that V )ACXSO!T STKSHET, and pay cash for all my Groceries, and VV to rally for the preservation of the Mohammedan theory is that no the fact that the verdict of juries and buys aud reads more books TjUr aif Ulock.I j UlPVIIlil m erefore can sell as cheap as the cheap Capital, Est ray Notice. niuftmnn, gentle- public peace. Such as aro willing women are admitted into heaven. are so often on tho side of the probably than any private t. Best brands of Wittenberg and1 Lon Taken up as an eetray, by Wm. R. "WatDiscounts Paper and Loans Money, W0 enroll themselves as special po man than the low on the Dyersburg road, five rieheat man and the best lawyers, his in this city; is now arranging to during the emergency, will I shouldn't think such a religion son, living of Hickman, one dark brown and Sells Exchange on any Point IofieC Flour, 25 cents cheaper WITTING. D. L. GOLDBERG, JOHN would be very popular." south extensive library and furnish- lice miles United States. Kalipiio Accounts ofif ghonld make good people think. please report themselves at the years old this spring, markcl ing his house, aud is called on con"Why not?" asked her husbaud. Steer, two People Generally. Collections and Pijptl DEALER IX , crop a crop tinually by persons from all parts polieo station nearest their homes, Why notl" she returned. "What with split in, off the right, and a Slet r ofi, uennttance at Current Rate ol c 1 V LI A U th left ear. Said and The Legislature is still hammer of the United States." where tho oflicer in charge is here- interest would heaven have A. T. MITCHELL, Cashi 3TAPLB AUDI FANCY GE0C3BIE5 Jersey. Appraised at $10, by J. V. in away, principally on local bills-Reporter What about Tilden by directed to enroll them aud men if thero wero no women half . oCOCK IS new auu C.A.l. uuu .111 l Creed. OXOfrlj xrcut ...J nut The Senatorial and other elections, being a candidate for tho Presi- provide means of assemblingthem. there?" WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWSU ? D. W. DICKINSON, J. P., P. C. be sold at prices that will be esthe asylum investigations, and the dency? Members of the Grand Army of ".None, perhaps, forsinglo men." Feb. 23, 1SS4. !lffos. SOHM, pecially attractive tobayets. Repaired by food have delayed work, and the Ecpublic are requested to as- he said. Then ho added: "But Ans.Thoso who fear it are boroxo- LOWER and LOWER. members from being pres- rowing a great deal unneces- semble with their officers at their you see, my dear, ent. Senator Hal lam nronoses nn sary trouble. Thero isof reason posts and report themselves by never begin to get Mohammedans no religious until All kinds of Groceries haras, sides, &c. . nA i Keep? the rery Inst rakefl of Beer, fresh ..: 1 will not be ITavoa new SOt Of Tools and Alfegfed cool, and polite and attentive clerks to a cheap as the cheapest. !.e!8l0n n winch no private to gupnose Tilden will change tho messenger to me for similar duty. after they aro married." JOHN WJTTiNO. undersold: wit wm oe considered. Citizens are warned to keep Call. position he took in his letter of iai, anu guarantees saiiBiaunui kVrve customers. l$gr G I YEME A 7A LL! Two Iiay Kioling in Cin orcr -- TMgR "mi tj"ic., mkrt that 0j. itmnn,l;ir mill tf 5etCorner tooib in Lacledt Toot. h?fitre.TraHeit nnd Kmllcnl cure rf fatn V.Vdm, or SnE.torrhcOadsc! by S.lf.Abw. Ini olunU-r- y D.biUty. an i -- - fctShjMMfr... ...! ' ' ?"" -- V i -- - 1.1 BSSBnlS11 .- kr"a" of ' ! Hw jf&VR. cinnati. Indignation at tle Con r is the Caitse 23q Sfe31i &?K332 Emi.eion. lmpoteney, henou. lnpcdiwBtloMrrUK generally ; ConinmpUoa. Inilf mt ut Flti. Xmtnl nd 1'byile.l Inepclty, mlnAW w cWrly prow trcm ii. own xp4rUao I U.t Un. of tulcorr.ni.i roT tburof'll.i--OrfTnBSV?'Btlf-Abm- ty J -' out-sid- o: ii3 xc? RANDLE DEPOT FOR ofj-K- HI illill lP W Jim m& x osky? t Lttorneys at n8T8-'- 78 r, ADDITION HERTWECK, BALTZER r-"- -v & L e ufeleio J. R.BR cold-bloode- d m n wmgsifflffimktismak n L. Lil A n I ' &tthM2&M?gmz3R . a V TJt.BKAtV .A- Tt nmn, d Yii-ini- Hickman, Kentucky, 1 1. er twio THE OLD RELI ATrXTE CHAS. A. HOLOOMBE. -- n riT' I GBOOEBIE! cr Ix-c- FOB SALE. Flffl RH2A wm matt-(lfiiodt- ii. carafja i c I I ") S ! -- -- M .r I I Of-PLIE- c-- -. ! o ou HighSiul 1 to-w- it: J JUDGE, 7i .1 i- . An-itrl- B" 1 first-cla- ss g; JJIXCE-JIEAA- T, white-washin- g to-wi- t: $ J ,, J.W.R.OGEES, j"d-men- t. fee-bl- S 1 o Family Groceries FULTON BANE li'tf, rr rea-a- GEOCEBIES, A ox-ten- t; New Grocery S50,000.0): " fr 1 -- r..-l- T 3 pro-vente- d -- GOLDBERG Prop'r. ?". Phil-Jelph- ia 1 t' i jii r -.-..