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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 hic1884041101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - ?' ?ji o-- V - II jT - . HS- - 3- CsT v - ViT"...- THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, 'z&Z" -- : ; I mm s Fine Job Printing -- execoted'45w w gjp ly QEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. CUatM St. mCt-leii- ae Bulttlan QEORGE WARREN, Editor. THE HICKMAN L: ft rifTTT2TT?W j j Jl J. H1 j JL-i- With Neatness and Dispatch) E i -- BIIiX,S, '"' IJfc : B, -" The Oldest JVovrspt-P- f ln Western Iexiticlcy. jjgL jgjf; , f&slr BrXVELOPBS, IjETTEK-HEADBILIi-HBADS, V . f Price of Subscription, $2. THE DRUM1TER. A drummer stood on the corner. His work in that city was done; He'd two hours loft to wait for a trafor" Ahd was quietly looking for fun. " ESTABLISHED 1859. THE HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. APRIL DAIIir. Feminine Fancies. (hieen Ranavalona III. Wij have just passed through tho connected with the coronation cf tilu young? Oiirrii. R;inav:ilnti!i TIT. Great preparations have been going on for some time. Orders were issued for the ;peoplo and elder scholars from divisions of the central province to come up to the capital for tha oStfS1" event, and little encampments tfMe formed in different parts of tha djyilor at least a week previous. The Wlhja.vj (Jazrlte. issued on Saturday, thol7th of November, was accompanied by a supplement containing a ulau of tho great plain of Mahamasina, below tho palace, on the wo-- t of tha c'dy, where tho coronation took place. Aigm roads converge on the holy stone inV he center, round which a platform rood has ueVi ereeteu. ine piati fe3-v'JU- es the-various J, 1884. X3fX.--lTvrvr. - .'SK t vjj- iisrvriT.A.'rioisrs, ETC., vBTO, o. m .a&. ' ' . " -- .w. 28 , 1 a JXiXj A. AJT3 W vm. J rm mw thn'Sit.s a'ft-pt A maldt n came out of a store. With packages larger than small ; The drummer Imieeu tip to the daisy And offered to carry them all. The daisy objects to such action On the. part of the drummer hi bold, Who bejrR eoino thousands of pardons Hut tuoujrht he had known her of old. The daisy's papa In the distance Is wen coming swirt alonjr; my elejrant drummer, I "will change your beautiful eony. inifT, bane, and tho gay festive drummer Thinks lie's shot with a gatlin? jrun; But 'twas only the foot or her papa. Starting- him toward tho sun. Ho returns quite early and sudden, And. striking the walk with a crash. Thinks or his mother, and Heaven. And thinks of his failure to mash. from tola ijgkt U tfan jntr s JTa-ti to bed and leaving tha house ?.nd iu ij- rantes to the capnees of a mad woman, ana l turned involuntarily to th corner she had indicated. - An old chair stood there which, to ny recollection, bad not been out of "its nlaee sinen I first rented the house. She bad not turned her head as she spoke, to look for it, but referred to its positiou with perfect confidence n if sho herself might have placed it there. 1 iroufht it nearer to the lire and sat down, find ing it as she had said, verv comftrtable. As soon as I was seated she bgan in a low monotone and with manv laiwtt. to talk, but not more to mo apptrcntlv than to herself and for her own relief. The quality of dreariness in hui voice that 1 had already noticed did no prevent its having a sort of minor ausic which was far from disagreeable. I cauuot help feeliugtbat thiss-ntyhouse. It was once, not quite twtteara " I i i A Bun on Blue Tills. Tke tf1 efjThctr Honey. incident occurred last f Street SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Cows that have not wintered woll Basques aro not changed in shapa need a little extra care just now. A from those worn during the winter, warm bran slop, with a little gingor, with pointed front, short sides, and fed daiy will produce wonderful re- square postilion plaited back. Tho sults. most youthful-lookin- g jewys have a The causes of salvy butter arc vest of a contrasting color, made ot either at too high or too jerse3' cloth, such as red, cream, or low a temperature, and gny inside black woo' jorseys,k and handling it aiy time when it is too their rolling collar aud the buttons and warm. SaHy butter is butter in which cuffs and postilion plaiting- - are of velthe "grain" Is destroyed by theso or vet. A great deal of silver braid and any other errors iu manufacture. Nut- metal bees and butterflies will be used ter that has lost its "grain" is greatly on tho velvet collar aud cull's and vests reduced in grade, even if in every other of such garments. Buttons are inconway perfect. "Salv3"" and "waxy" are spicuous aud small, as they are usually hidden either by a soft vest or by tho opposites in the texture of butter. One of the recent inventions for pro- velvet ribbon bow. Clover blossoms are among the most tecting milk from contamination while being drawn from the cow i a pail popular of the new spring flowers. Inwith a cover, through which two rub- - tlu'ir natural colors, w lute and a uinkover-churnin- g, "Uiiuine a good big dose of mercury," said a traveler, dropping his valise on the counter of a Chestnut Street drug store lust 'night. "How muehsfive or six grains?" inquired the clork. "Do you call that a dose?" "Well, then, give me about double that quantity." ,,r-- " interpo3.ed'thu pill com"Hut pounder. "Young mau," interrupted the traveler, "I don't want your ad vice. I've got to bolt this pill, and want it big enough to do its work." "Very well,' answered the clerk, n and he "brought a pill. How many grams!' asked tho bil-io- ti' five-grai- AD.JWBt nightratt doors'-.o- ovor-worki- opened w oltice the prwtw culiari) resamn "stora-- t l wears "ffi. I That seif-ev- t; waj gotten' for tw( gard for ydjtng come to ' j Will always think drummers arc bad. liitrfuigton 7fiuctej. A GHOST'S STORY. always been something of a dreamer, and when the fancv took me to rent for the summer an old mansion by tho sea, whose owner was abroad, and to occupy it alone, with the exception of two servants, my friends said It was just like me. and expressed no surprise. It was June when I took up my quarters by tho sea, and I spent nearly all that month in becoming acquainted with the house and its history and In exploring the surrounding country. In July the heat was extreme, aud I passed my days lying in some sheltered nook on the shore where I could hear the lazy murmurs of the waves, and with half-sheyes give myself up to revery. The evenings and, indeed, the nights, if it were very warm, I spent in a hammock on the "long piazza, where tho moonlight filtered through the vines and fell upon my face as I swung gently to and fro or lay asleep. One day a storm arose that lasted far into the night. After a struggling sally to thebeacn.I came back with a broken umbrella and drenched clothes, and having no mind to battle further with powers so evidently superior, I dressed in dry clothes and gave myself up to meditation and. reading by a 'bright fire of driftwood. The day wore on and night fejl, so that I could no longer see from the parlorwindows the white caps as they tossed like signals of distress far out at sea. I could still, however, hear the swirl of the wind as it flung itself around the corners of the house, and tho cracking of the old trees as their stiff, aged limbs tried to bend before it. These sounds, with the occasional dash of rain upon the panes of the side windows, gave a feeling of additional comfort to my safe and comfortable retreat. Tho leaping flames in the fireplace shone on the polished andirons and lighted spectral fires in the dark wainscoting. The candles in their brass sconces remained unlighted, and onlv tho fitful bfcizo of the driftwood had ut I JacTneubccRS6r4&t2ll'mrr?csOf ttirJtalTr d straight-backe- two or three portraits, one of tho young owner of the house, who was now in Europe on his wedding jonrnev. I had often examined the face and thought it in the dim light I handsome seemed to see traits that were hidden b- - da'. The lips looked the eyes langnid, the whole face appeared riiat of one who could not bear pain", who shrank weakly from suffering of any kind. ' i fell into a train of thought so absorbing that I sat for hours motionless in 1113' only aroused by the old clock in the hallway, which struck to-nig- ht self-indulge- table and cabinet. On the walls hung chairs and mahogany arm-chai- r, I arose with a start and went to the window. Tho rain and wind continued, though in a somewhat snbdued fashion, like the sobbing of a child after a burst of tears. As 1 stood there a strange feeling came over me that caused me to look back over 1113- shoulder, as if I expected to see some one behind me. I did see some one. The chair which I had just left, pushing it back as I did so, was again drawn up to the lire, and in it sat a woman. Wondering if by 303- - possibility this could be an insane person confined in the house and waited on by stealth, I stood still looking at her anil waiting to see what she would do. Her dress was apparently of some thin, , twelve. white material and 'without decided lines of an- - kind, seeming simply to envelop her person and then to cease in. some vague way-- like the Ueee3' dges of a cloud. Her face I could see it iu profile only was pale, painfully pale, and her dark hair looked as if it were heavily streaked with gnu,-- . Afterward, when I came to look at it more closely, I saw it was covered with the same thin mist that dulled the lines of her gown. 1 could scarcely see her eyes, for she was looking straight at the fire, but I knew from the expression of her mouth that they must show the deepest de'ect'on. She put out her thin hands to the lire with a slow shiver, saying: 'It is ao cold so coldl" On her left haud, 1 noticed, gleamed a heavy wedding ring, almost too much of a weight for the fragile linger to bear. Coming to the conclusion that, whoever sho'nt'ghtbe, she was certainly a sublet for hospitality' on such a night, I approached her slowly and quietly, not to startle her, and said: "You have surety not been out in the storm, madam? She did not start, though sho showed by her look that she had not before known of my presence. 'No, no, I have not been in the storm, she said, "but it would not have hurt me.if I had." "Mad as Hamlet" thought I. as I leaned against the high mantel-shel- f and looked down at her. She continued to gaze into the fire for awhile, then said, simply, by way of explanation, not apOlog: "I always come at twelve, because then every one is asleep, and thd house is still. I suppose the storm kept you awake?" Asshe spoke, she raised her eyes and looked directly into my face, which she had not done before. Large, dark 03 es the3r were, but perfectly lustreless even- - the firelight was reflected in them dimly. There seemed to bo a chill in the atmosphere about her, as about one who comes in from wintry weather with the frost in his clothes. "Yes, it was the storm," I replied; but she seemed already to have forgotten what she had asked me, and was again deep in her musing. Presently, as I was about to make further question, she said, softly: "If you are not going, will you not have a chair? One tiros so s&on stand-laYou will find the old chair 03-- the oabiset comfortable if aaything can be efort&ble," aim addee., drearily. X Mrtaialj kftd tkeufkt 9t foiuf g. 4 and I must wear it." While she had been speaking Ijhad called to mind the fact that theowncr of the house was in reality on his second wedding-journehaving lost his first wife within six months alter their uwi-Phriage. must be tho supplanted wife. Havinsr; come to this conclusion,?start- ing with tho hypothesis that ghosts exist, 1 was rcad3 to understanowucn she said: "Ho is very handsome, do vou not ", think so?" I glanced at the portrait on thcqvall, toward the original of which I began to have a distinct sentiment of dislike, but I said, "very handsome," to sxtisfy her. vf "He had dark gray eves," shawent on, of all eyes in the world the dark graj' can say the most. "He was ver3' lonely when I died; he traveled I was loney, too I wanted to see him, and I used to come back sometimes, lie never saw me. but when I was near him he could not help thinking of me. One daI found him in his in Switzroom in a little huntings-hote- l erland. When I went into the room he was reading, but soon he began to feel ny nearness. He threw down his book, crying, 'shall I never be able to forget?' and left tho room. He wished, then, to forget me. I had never thought of that. I had been happy before, in a quiet way at the times wlicn I was allowed to" go to him, but that was all over. I never followed him again. After that it seemed as if I should die of ny loneliness and ny longing to see him." 1 looked up nuicklv as she spoke this geotm forjilrjc's" son alread' dead to utter, out sue nau not noticed and went on. "Since I could not be where he was, I came to the house where we had been so happ3" together. I wandered through the rooms at night and looked out of the windows where we had stood so often and watched the sea; but 1 lever disturbed amthing. 1 did not want the servants to know that I came. I thought I had suffered all there was to suffer. When wc think that, there iu &lwa3'.s some new trouble on the waj' to us. One night 1 found an open letter on the table. It was in his hand, and I kissed it. Then I read it. It wa3 to the housekeeper, directing .her to rent the house. lie was to be married and to travel again." There was a long silence. My heart rose in pitv for the poor young tiling who had believed in vows of eternal love and remembrance, and it grew harder toward the original of the portrait. I could sa3' nothing of my own, but the words of Scripture fell involun-tarilfrom ny lips: "Like the remembrance of a guest that tarrieth but a day." She paid no heed to this Job'a her chin upon comforting, but d her hand and. with her eyes still fixed upon the lire which was now iudcc4 nothing but embers, went on: "I cannot blame him he was lonely and that was the only way to help ft. But they will come back and I eannoi bear it, and so I shall be driven from here. I wonder if she looks as I nsert to. If she did, ever so little, and i could know that that was what dit' him, how it would comfort mel" "I have met manv wives since I dil, wives that lived with their husbands nearly a lifetime, and vet within a year their places were filled. They tell me that it is to be expected and that I shall grow used to it. "It can not last forever, Iloiow;but oh, I want to see him sol" I bent my head to hide the tears that gathered as the monotonous voice ended in this plaintive cry- - When I raised was ny eyes, I sat alone; the arm-chaempt' and there was nothing to remind me of my guest except a chill in tbe ilr, a if lb wind had- - swept through the room. I sat still, thinking, thicK-inuntil I fell asleep. In thegraof the morning, I awoke. Was it a dream? I asked nyselfbut tlic two chairs stood there together to v, go befO''"lJ- - '''i'Mir-m" . "."'' x. p" e.a start wluch ?11C .in"nw, noticed, for she repeated: 'YeSrtMoru I died. I am a ghost, Does, that frighten vou? Do not let harm anv one T am onlv unhauPV- t.viirrli She lifted her hand, and lUUtfe., it was held between me and the fitf3) fnw none of the rosy color which firelight makes as it shines through translucent She twisted huinau flesh and blood. the wedding ring low3' roundt and round everything that she diojwas done slowly and lifelessy andyjaid : "Sometimes I wish to take myrin off, it reminds me so; but I died witbjt on ever ocr hmmil.s vjtlnJovr ujukowtuii"! is UicsOj funnels, and all hairs, dust, dandruff and dried excrement are entirely excluded. If 3011 do not get as good a price for your butter as some one el-- o does, 30U may count that there are nine chances out of ten that the fault lies with 3011 and not with the purchaser, remarks an exchange. Ueally, choice butter is not so plnt but that any artione who makes a rcally'first-olas- s cle can easiy obtain the highest market price. It is very- - natural for one to think that their butter is jtist as good as their neighbor's, but if tho neighbor's brings a higher price it will pay to try and improve the qualiy a little. II tstern Rural. d Until the best qualit3' of dairy stock can be gonoruly introduced, says Charles F. Mills, much can be done by the dairymen of Illinois to increase tho average profits on each cow by the adoption of a standard as to the quality' and minimum yield of milk that each cow must produco to retain her place in the dairy. Tho adoption of a S3stcm of testing each cow in tho dairies of this Statq and the slaughter of such as were found unprofitable would make a radical change for tho better and largey increase tlic revenues of our dairymen." well-bre- te.ts mto - -S2TlTomtksdrawlWroIrMh'e, hdWf&n7StM much used for trimming - - ,, sumll bon7.ru su'- - . k riwrt!ai- - of delicate gray. Milch cows duo to calve soon ever3'-wher- e; should receive more care now than heretofore. Extra rations of wholesome food with good shelter aud pure water is very important and necessary. Bran fed now will have the tendency to increa-- e tho milk flow when the cow comes in, and should be given regularly each day. During tho warm d3-- of the approaching spring a run in some high, dry lot or field is dosirable. Do not try to force your younr heifers with overfeeds of rich food. Many a promising young animal has been ruined in this way by parties caring more for an abundant and unnatural yield of milk than for tho health of their animals. Skill in preparing the piieknge, so that the flavor of the wood shall not be communicated to tho butter, is an essential qualification for A thorough soaking in pure brine is tho mort common menus of doing this. Some are succossful in and prefor preparing tho tub 03' a careful rubbing of of the tub with moit salt. the Others have practiced subjecting tho tub to the- - fumes of burning sulphur. Mill others have had good succe-- s in box butter bv lining the boxes with a tasteless paper made from poplar or means the pulp. By "taste of the wood" nuiot be avoided, for hardly anything is more objected to ly purchasers, and all butter having a suspicion even of this taste will bo graded ver3" low, and be extremely difficult of sale. A thorough saturation of the wood of the tub with salt, either or rubbing, has aha3's been followed by.satisfactor3' results. s butter-making. in-ide bass-woo- d Value of rrequeitt Milkings. toilet. Polonaises aro straight princesso dresses in the back, with n basque front that may bo pointed, or belted, with velvet and a clasp, or elso in square coat shape a la Louis Quatorzo, with square pockets piped with velvet on each side, aud a full lace cravat that reaches from the throat to the waist line. Straight full box plaited back breadths are on some of these garments, while others have the middlo forms cut off in a point on the tourmire, and to these, gathered in a groat roll over tho pad, are addod threw straight brqadth. of silk that imng to tho ond ot tne lower 6kirt; these breadths are lined with stiff lawn, aro caught with a tape underneath sowed across half their length below tho waist, and aro buttoned (invisibly) to tho low skirt on each side near the foot. The long paletots or jaokits, with pointed sides and short backs, once in favor for outride wraps, are now revived in the richest black materials, such as gauze velours, jetted not. and Spnnish or thread lace over satin surah linings. If the dress is black, it is well, at tins intermediate season, to ci ooso .black satin rhadames, or else nier- voilleux, and have jetted net for a soft vest, and puffed skirt front with tucked satin side panels and full, long black Straight back breadths are one of tho features that promise to find favor, but. although this drapery is straight, it is so stiffly lined, is itself so voluminous and is w orn over so large a pad bustle that a vcr3T bouffant effect is given. Three breadths of silk are thus arrauged in two triple box plaits, with an erect heading at the top, which is hookod over the end of tho basque. The only universal feature of new draperios is that the fulness begins at the belt, not several inches bolow it.as its design primarily is to enlarge thj hips, aud secondarily to soften the severe outlines of the whole costume; otherwise this drapery may drop down far below the knees, or else be vory short, or it ma3 bo bunched up in a quite short pouf in the- bnck, with straight box plaiting hanging bolow this pouf to the foot of tho skirt, or eNe the entire bnck breadths m3 haiig straight from belt to foot. An important feature of the iww costume is the appearance of fullnnss and width given to the loworskirt; this fullness is confined to the outside, however, as eveiy French dress is made up on a foundation skirt of silk, alpaca or silesia, which romains vciy narrow and closely gored, measuring not more than yards around iu two andthrce-o.ghth- s lowest edge. r.innicrs, flounces, sleeves and vosts are made of escurial not, which forms a most 'attractive combination with lustrous silk or satin, and whieh is more popular at present than ever before. An entire dres of escurial net over satin nmkes a ver3 handsome Mo-liore sims of the people aud details the which had been made to avoid accidents anil to provide medical In order to encourage "blip if needed. ttc schools anil to snow 1110 ucsire 01 th Queen for the advancement of tho people in education, the former custom of having soldiers to meet her Majesty wa$ set aside, and 500 boys and 40.) girls Iron the various schools of the eitywerr selected for this honor; all the schools, both town and country, were assigned a place at Mahamasina, On with ther teachers and inspectors. the day lefore the coronation, November 21, tlere w as an immense gather-in- " of tin lads from all the schools on tho plain to show their proficiency in the spear tnd shield exercise, to which they have jeen giving so much attention for may months past. Tlijs was inspected ly the Qtieeu from the palace on the ovenanging hills, and gave great satisfaction. Long befo da3'break on Thursday, Novembor 21, tlic people wero astir. Tho roads lealing to Mahumasina were speedily linedtmd the great plain itsolf guns wero filled. At fivea.ni. tweny-on- o fired, and the great event was fairly Sut those who knew anyinaugurated. thing of Madagascar knew that they must learn to .vait. The next step an nounced was tie starting of the Queen from the jmlace at eight o'clock, when all the cannon in the'eity wore to fire. At flie annoitted time a number of natire3 and a few foreigners, who had ?,l7NJc4ain :i:iiJnyiiiu laiiuusunt- - a night trayoltjr.icywxIlmcroHAl morlJltfcriVh ........ ....... . ,,..... ... f rtlorL' ..V. ', blow t,.vin. ininititi,inrli' us ..v, fltlml n .w...M;,., ... tin .....v tumbler with water. The traveler's face assumed a maryr-lik- e expression. He threw his head bac, fixed his eyes on the ceiling, opened his mouth and cast the pill into tiie cavern. Then he washed it down with water, paid ten cents to tho clerk, grabbed his valise and departed. "Do you have man3 such callers?" inquired the reporter. "Well, I should say so. Wly, 3'ou'vo no idoa how many people have a mania for taking pills. We have customers that come here regulary once a week and take a pill or two. We sell more pills between nine o'clock at night and two in the morning than wo do all thy. About this time of the vear we have a run on bluepills. Men who take cathar tics all winter get it into their heads that the3' become bilious in the spring and must doctor their livers with mercury. There's a hotel clerk who comes here regulary once a weok in March and each time" swallows a dose of mer-cur- All knowledge, if timely and Theater. The adapted to the capacity of pupils, may tfeeater had iust been be made as interesting as objects and ttories. Journal of Education. aoueared at thp bo men, who asked1 A Dakota paper is authority for tho . front seats. The ne- - statement that there is not a" Baptist ' attire bore a striking Church in the Black Hills countryV fee wonderful suit of though evey other religious ilenolnina--tio- n jlluch Barney McAuley is in some way represented. "toi me Jersevman. At the celebration of the twentieth fr6ni tf" country was anniversary of a Methodist Church in gt they were specially New 'York, recently a church nanictl ,' visit t the theater after a certain Bishop Janes the cradle and tiijr demand iu which the Bishop was rocked to sleep exhib ted a seveny-si- x years ago occupied a corner imetimes seen in the of the "church. .thb country who has The International Sunday School ftke purpose of making Lesson Committee is composed of Drs. .Totin H. Vi..rant jinil .Inlin Hall of. di-r- e- ba be: cards, 3- y re-te- ir -- g, convince me rlummer, m Uurrcnt that it was not. MafyW. The influence of the frequency with which milking is pnuticed during a hours, both upon period of twenty-fou- r the animal andupon the milk, has been extensively dKcuwd. ;uul still remains far from being settled. Whatever 11133' throw light upon it. or furnish facts that may And practical application on the farms must be received with gratification on every hand. The results of the experiments of Erlenmeyer will therefore be considered with no little interest b3' those engaged iu tho dairy industries. This able investigator made a series of experiments and observations with milking and feeding to determine, first, the influence of the feed, and, second, the influence of the frequency of milking or the time intervening between the several milking. upon the quality of tho product. Contrary to an opinion accepted to no small extent, he concludes from the first part of his work that tho quantity of milk produced depends not only upon the activiy of the glands, but upon the quantity aud qualiy of food administered is well. When the animals arc subject to three daily milk-ing- s, that drawn in the morning is greater in volume but poorer in the valuable constituents, especialy fat, than that drawn at other times. This is accounted for b3 tho longer time intervening between the milkiugs. Tho milk drawn at midday is richest in fat, and" Is therefore" preferable to that drawn at other times. The whole subject is worthy of further and mote thorough examination than it has alread3' received, and there will doubtless be found in it much of interest and value for dainnicn of every class. Chicago Tribune' m m drapery. Gowns for visiting and afternoon wear will be made of biscuit cashmere or line ribbed ottoman cloth, another new material, combined with shot silk, velvet or ottomau broche in vaKous shades of color, the most popular being crimson, ohaudrou, sapphire blue or rich nyrtle green. Ever3 shade of fawn, from the palest biscuit to deep plain bnile, will be much in voguo this spring, as also an uncommon " mushroom" brown, dark chocolate blended with red, and a new tint of bright, warm green A striking costume of very pale fawn colored cashmere for spring wear is trimmed with sapphire velvet aud bluo shot with faw'n. The spring hats that have made their appearance are straws, the crowns of which aro generaly very high and the brims narrow, and the shades so striking as to be obtrusive, and to fall back The back breadths of foundation skirts still have two springs across them to make them bouffant, and the cushion of hair sewed to the belt in the bank is tho bustle preferred to all others. Black silks will be much worn this summer. Thc3' will be trimmed with lace in preference to jet and passementerie. The newest and prettiest feather for tho hair arc in white, palo p'nk anil pale blue, and aro powdered with gold or silver, and mounted ju aigrettes. velvet ribbons with satin on tho wrong side arc quite a feature of trimmings for spring silks. Boston Herald, orna-mouts. upon bonnets. Sold Ont Too Cheap. l'erfectly pure butter will keep a very-lon"I didn t use to believe nothm iaed time," like pure lard or pure taldecashun," said he, as he heaved asigh like the groan of a sick horse. ;My low, but no butter is made, or can bo boy DanT he got hold of books and made perfecth' pure, without destroythings and branched out as a geologist. ing the grain by melting it-- As turned He got so he could talk of strata and out b3 the bestmakers it still contains some of the other elements of the milk, formations and belts and dips and one day he said tome, its sugar or caseine, incorporated with msz he: it. But to have as little of these in our f " Dad, thar's a coal mine on our butter as possible is essential to even land.1 moderately long keeping. Salt will " 'Hoy dye know?' not save butter containing much of " Tve prospected and found indica them. In fact, an3 butter will keep as shuns. That hull hill is chuck full of long without salt as with any amount coal.' of it that can be used and It ave the but" 'And that hull'tater patch is full of ter marketable. Salt is put into butter weeds,' sez I. for flavor, and not for keeping. When "You see, I sold short on geology butter is made from perfect cream and and went long on 'Utters, and 1 misled churned, washed, worked and packed aspossible, it is it. One day a stranger with a sqlaint as perfeoty to bis e3'e cum along and offered me in the best condition for keeping. $300 fur my land, and away she went " But however perfecth' manufactured, " And long keeping can only "be secured after"Waal, they've taken half a rnilyun ward ly careful handling;, ever remem- dollars wuth of coal out o' that hill oring that butteral the best has alwa3'3 and hain't reached the middle yet. in it germs of decy which high temDan'l was right and I was a fule." perature and exposure to the air will "And now?" surely develop. For the foreign trade, "Waal, I'm a muleteam fur especially to warm countries, carcfuly a livin', and all the indicashuns Dan'l made butter, closcy packed and sealed packand can find ar' to the effect that I ortr ba in sent to a lunatic asylum." Wall Sirctt ages, ought to and undoubtedly will 2?C10S. IV; command ven high prices. But ony a thoroughly skilled maker should at-- - Eifchty-beve- n persons it AYor.c tempt this. 7 . irwkiiLi, ,1". A. in Coanty, South Croliniir bear the Tana Hirrcrand J'armer andjin-dicashun- .1 It Doesn't Keep. s, - Hard Times for Drummers. The drummers have had some hard times of it latcy. Three of them boarded a Chicago, Burlington & Quinc3' train at Monmouth the other day and with long fat es began to discuss the situation. "I have sold only three bills of goods in four days," said the Chicago drummer, "and didn't get a nibble in Monmouth." "Neither did I," said the Burlington drummer, "and 1 haven't made exj euses this week.'' "2Jow, to show you how funny luck run?," spoke up the St. Louis man, "I'll tell 3'ou ny- - experience I've been out thirteen days now, and hadn't sold a dollar's worth of goods until tcda3'. In Monmouth I took one solid order." "The thunder you did," ejaculated his unbelieving listeners. "Yes, bo3s, and I'll tell you how I did it. It's a pointer for 30U. You know that big Dutchman that keeps a grocery there on the square near the I s'posc. Didn't post-office 3'ou call on him? air-tig- non-absorbe- nt m desperate, too, and was bound to sell or talk him to death. 1 stuck to him thren straight hours, bo3's, but I fetched him. Just as I was getting hcarso he turned around kind o' quick and business-likand says: I poot a stop on this, b3e Gimmtuy! I gif an orter.und I vaut it Tilled poot3' quick, too.! I know ven I'f enoof. I'm no delephone to hchtan oop und be dalked at all de daylong!' " "Bet it made 3'ott feel good," saidthe Chicago man; "first customer in thir-But what did he order?" t di.ys. "a "mt is the worst of it," replied "Ho ordered rae out of hi Ub. ' Qhicaao Herald. e, U i'. Well, I did. 1 was "Another man drops in here every other night and bolts a single cathartic pill each trip. I said to him the other night, 'Why don't you buy a box of thoij pills and take them home with you?' 'No,' he replied, 'if I did that ncry one about the house would think I was breaking down,' and he took the pill and wont away. He'll be here tomorrow night between nine and ten o'clock. O. he's takon so many pills beoa specially united, were waitingat that he don't soom to mind swallowing Andohalo, an cpen space in the ccntec- - thuni. Most people, however, never of tie ciy, whore the proliminay cere- grow to like pills. Last night a man mony of publicly proclaiming the sov- and a woman came in and asked foi ereign was to take place. But it was two sugar-coate-d quinine pills. I put not oil eleven o'clock that the cannons them in a box. and he said: 'Nevermind booiaod out and tho procession from the box, we'll take tffem here.' He the palace began to wind down the hill. swallowed one and ' she dropped the The Queen was covered with tho large other iuto half a tumblerful of water searfet umbrella, the Malagasy emblem and drank iu The water went down all of royalty, and was carried in her right, but the pill remained in her to the snored stono from which mouth aud sho chewed it up, and with her predecessors had been proclaimed awful grimacos swallowed the bitter sovereigns. The young Queen w as evi- particles. Women and children invaridently very nervous. The Prime Min- ably chew pills before swallowing them ister moved oil about a dozen paces and " V man dropped in the other evenproclaimed her Hanavalomanjaka. Sovon ing and asked for castor oil in gelatine ereign of Madagascar, and then fell capsules. He took three capsules fron n .... J his knees and remained in thnt ' nn iliifi'J .tbik biis. ataIpw.n.iiL.thaLchair.tutlled ;K?ta.-inoDScrrinlfA;tA.ilfc.iM5J-Kvunajt-ii- ., iT.i-ii.5niJs.r-a .m,i . 7 s;ir'':i:rrami-il riTnlast9odaWatcrSandiTtr,'rthe1 wtlzendroiTjMiUinio'rne ri.A: i ..f .!... n euiconai The hit of the season pounding tha Malagasy National anthem and tho globules into his mouth, but was unable rooms yesterday and expressed himseli pepper box. Too deep water makes a to get them down without chewing procession started for Mahamasina. ship's crew can't anchor us. llaralhy Yes, it made him very ick, but as follows: y them. It was near midday when Her I don't keep an oye on fate, but fate Independent. he straightened up on some and followers got on the platform does me that honor, and crowds rae into two cathartic pills. After the hotels were full a maa dudedom at least once a week. Tht and found themselves in the presence and "Most people take water with their few fine days of last week brought that applied to one and said he'd become a of between loU.000 aud 200.000 Hovas , day from all parts of Imerina. The Queen pill-,- but there are many who insist on "native from his lair" iu numbers, and guest of the house for agues'-e- or two. d not. canopy, with having lemon juice, or honey, or candy, the agonies I suffered by the prevalence The landlord said he was under an ornamented One experience, N. O. Pioiiune. the words "Hod is with us" on the awn- or sugar, or coffee, or beef tea to take were unspeakable. Such is the advancement of science ing and with a large, handsomely bound the 1a or of the pellets out of their however, cau be told. If a man would just walk in that vegetables and fruits can now be Brule on a table by heride. Her dress mouths. 1 was standing in front of a bill board feelsun, without the was white silk, brocade I wdh gold and and got his pill, swallow it without trying to decide which theater to take grown made withoutlight of thebutter bees, and honey her train crimson velvet with heavy gold ing and examining and thinking of it, in", when I heard the unniistakable: without cows. X. Y. Commercial Adorabroiderv, and she wore a large gold they would not 'make as many wry "Ah, Chawlie, me haw." I have seen a mau vertiser. crow n. Again the Prime Minister pro- fa"es as they do They were dudes of the equine At the New York Eisteddfod the claimed her "Queen of Madagascar" fumble and fool with a pill for ten toothpick, single crutch and -- carfpin e and ditl homage on bended knees amidst minutes boforc he mustered up courage glass, and horse other day the refrain of oneof thbsongs enough to put it in his mouth. No, it the shouts of the people and the thunhead buttons on their exaggerated New- was "Gwlad, gwlad jdeidol wyf I'm and the flourishing of Isn't pleasant to look at the face of a markets ala gwlad " That sounds like a dude with der of cannon a hot potato in his mouth. CJiieago thousands of shields and spears. Tho man who is struggling with a pill in hi medeahfel." "Hawwy throat." Queen then made a short speech, pro"Chawlev. aw, that was a magnifi Xewx. g old man entered and A nounced in a fairly loud and audible In the town of Manchester, N. II., avenue "Rhu- cent eweachure vou were on the vo?i. The two chief points iu her interrupted the conversation. a wee lass of three summers was cyini with vesterdav. As it sueech were that she would "mitsangan barb pill," said the for an absent aunt. Her mother, know"Ah, d'ye think so?" kolehilchy" -l- iterally: "stand up as a was handed to him he said: "Now? "High-bretoo, and a splendid ing her fondness for figs, offered her one man" with her people to oppose any spoonful of honey." The honey was stennnh." if she would stop crying. She took the who might attempt to ,take even a hair's brought iu a measuring glass. Into it "Yonah wjght, quite wight, Chawlev, fig, but, upon thinking it over, handed it back, with the remark: "I'd rather breadtliof the eountn-- and that she de- the old man dropped the pill and swal perfeety splendid. sired the teaching in the schools and lowed the mess with a shudder. cr3' for Auntie Brown." Boston Post. "Tritle tentlah about the mouth, "He comas here every few days," ex- should sav, eh? and worth a powah of churches to go on vigorously. She quoThe modest maiden: ted the texts, "The tear of the Lord is plained the clerk, as the oM man went money. O! and O! cried a pensive maid. "Biglit-cousueout. "I never saw him take any but the beginning of wisdom," and I am twenty.one; "Yaas." a Nation." After a rhubarb pills. He told me he had been Affairs are looklnar plooray now, exaltcth and worth how "How old d'yo think, Sonietlilnsr will have to be donel lomr r.nd somewhat tedious delay, dur- - taking t'em for twelve years. Every I think I almost could marry various classes of people now and then there will be a groat run much?' itHMvhieh the A man of ome lower rank "About twenty, and the figure oilered their allegiance and presented on some pill made according to a A millionaire, orn viscount, soniewhore's near a milliou and Or the owner or a tunic. prescription. Last year wc hal'." "hasina" a present of money tho Life. Queen and Prime Minister and follow- had a pill of that kind for rheumatism didn't think "The deuco you ay; "What is a pharmaceutical associers went down on the plain, and Her and neuralgia, and after they became she was more than four." ation?" asked a little damsel who had Majesty got into a light spring carriage known we sold from one to two hun"What'r'ye tawkingabout?" carefully spelled out the long name in ami was drawn by men (tor the horse dred a day. Fifteen ears ago old Dr. "The chestnut mare yo'i drove the paper, and the old gentleman, was scarcely steady enough) up and Gross compounded a liver pill that made miwning." along which the great ileal of money for an Eleventh a aroused from a perusal of the stock list, down the various "O! I thawt vou alluded to the girl I answered: "Farmer' cuticle associaStreet druggist who had the prescrippeople were ranged. caused great sat- tion, and liundre Is of people still buy was walking with in the awfternoon." tion? Some of those fellows who go This new departure isfaction, as the mass of the people had these pills at the same place. Even S. Y. Star. around skinning the tanner. L suppose. Wly don't you read something easor not formerly been able to see the sov- prominent plysician at one tinio ot Art In Flames. ereign so near to them. The day my "dear?" Boston Commercial Bifl another prescribed pills that become tho coronation all the school popular with ailing people. tin. Mrs. Mary's act in burning het teachers and visitors were called to "I cannot say exactly, but I think we Daniel Webster once proved that hq rises tr gether to hear the Queen's word about average forty pill takers in this store portrait painted by s was the handsomest man in New En? till! schools before returning to their evcy night. Ye-:- drop in some night the height of heroism and. avenge tht gland. "Boston," said he, "is the handpeople various villages. They were bidden between oleven and twelve o'clock and whole world of town iu New England, Tremont and earnest in their work, vou will see mo dealing outpillsQy tht Think of the snubs that some suffering somest nanusomest street in uosion. to be diligent endured, who. unniinilfiii ol is tne and tho significant announcement was dozen. Business is a trifle dull this the iutmhomest building in art ninJo that henceforth the spear and evening. Philadelphia Time. "Is that picture for sale?" Tremont street, Christopher (.ores of s shield exercise need only be taught the artist: Isi vou jisk for that pie hec 1 the handsomest room m Scolla Aa once a month, instead of every day as Ol" rlOW much uu building, and I um (now) the handom- The Wronir Leg. heretofore since the beginning of tho ture?"' Think of the hours of amy office some miserable mortal, whe cst man in Christopher Gore's Avar. On Saturday, November 24, a "I leaf ny sou Shake in dcr shton when onlyapprcciate an oil painting on ergo, I am the handsomest man in New grand feast was given in Manja Kami-adancould England." Ronton Poii. the large stone palace, at which while I come down town," he begar the roof of a house, has stood absorbed, as he halted a patrolman, "und pooty rapt, dazed, before a great picture by "Then you love me truy. Elvira? tne cmet people ol lnienna, the representatives from the distant parts of the queck a man vhalks in und looks al some noted foreign artist, and could n t "Ye$, ves, mv darling; truy. most tnir country, and twent3'-fou- r Va.aha, in- aroundt und says: tell for his life whether it was a cow 01 ly." "And in spite of my poverty?" " Poy, I has got some badt news for a landscape! And how many unartistk "What matters mere wealth when com cluding English, Norwegians and Americans, were present. Tho Queen was you.' souls have sunk into their boots at the pared to the bliss of your noble loyeJH " 'How vos dot?' asks Shake. resent, dressed in a green and gold fateful terms, h'gh art, and low art "Thanks, thanks, my beloved; you C " 'Veil, your f adder falls down on dci and racked their brains to know wha ihave rendered me unspeakably happy." ro aded silk, with a different crown on her head from that which sho wore shtreet und prcaks his leg, und I vhas "tones" could be got out of a silen '"I wouliLrather be your wife- and live at the coronation. The tables were here to get a dollar to pay for a hack to canvas. And now a woman has dared iu a cottage than dwell in the palace of Called it a daub, a Prince!" "Bless vou, bless you, my loaded with substantial dishes beef, bring him home. to burn a " ""Butwhat?" "But turkeys, geese, fowls, etc as well as but "No!' and declared it was onh- - fit for kind own sweets and delicacies, and the whole " 'Dot vims so.' ling fuel, and wouldn't give it house I haven't the cottage!" "Vheel, dot makes ny poy Shake room! Art centers are thrilled" with repast was served in European fashion. feel like a load of hay falls on'him, but horror, and well they ma3' be, at such Madagascar Cor. Pall .Mall Gazelle. A Deserved Compliment. He links it a departure from old traditions. Had he doan' go quite grazy. One of the most singular accidents all oafer und asks: Mrs. Mackay been art wUe and a:t "One of the most wonderful institue on record reeenfy occurred iu a mill at soulful, with an inborn appreciation of tions in this country is our So my fadder proke his leg?' Nashville, Tenu. A workman bv some tbe value of pictures painted with and mail s stem," remarks a leading " 'Ye.' means was thrown toward the circular brains, she would have made another Chicago merchant "I receive in thd " 'Vhich log vas it?' saw, and, evidently thinking that he fortune b3' simply placing that picture course of the vear about fifteeu bun " 'Dcr left leg.' was going upon it, died from fright, on exhibition. And the more obscure dred business fetters from all pver the. " 'Are you sure?' which was the verdict of the Coroner's and county, and it is a very remarkablo " 'Of course, I help to carry him into and shadowy and long drawu-onthe less like herself, the more people fact that never 3'et while I have been .hiy. When picked up he was dead, der City Hall.' but there was no sign of a bruise on his Den my P03- - Shako- he laughs all would have fallen down aud worsl iped in business has a single letter I have body. . und chuckles down it. As it isshc has distinguished her gent out or that has bem ,ent to our oafer, shust so ; und den he self, and her name will go down to house missed to reach its dis like A certain M. Bibbero is reported to in his pools, instituplows bolice vhistle mit all his might, posterity as the woman who dared, not It is a wonderfully suoees-fbe in training oiiTyneside, in' England, only to criticlsp art, but to burn it, when tion, managed with the regularity and echwindler runs avay." dot with the intention or committingsuicide undSo v and I never t failed to please her. Detroit Fre: accuracy of Jake doubted his stoy, eh ?" ncNt summer. painUndeterred b3' the Press. course." mv daily mail without feeling like "Of open ful fate of Captain Webb. thisr foolhardy patting'our old Uncle S&m on the back Wh.r" foreigner is deliberately preparing himThe Lord Mayor of Sandwich, En- with ahearty bravo." "Veil. 30U look here, a fewtfmes." self for an attempt to swim across tho He reached down and pulled up the left gland, followed his elopiug daughter The compliment is deserved. Ihe Niagara rapids. mnl leg, and tho odicer saw a neat and from Europe, and found her in Austin, post&l system of this county is as near Texas. A detective, employed for the perfection as possible, and where there, landy wooden limb. An exchange tells us that one Chi"You don't fool my P03- - Shake on purpose decoved the youug husband are irregularities the fault is, in nearh' cago cigar facton is niaurio l entirely senders of by women. As an o sct to this we will Wooden lgs, und don't you forget off on a hunt, and the father persuaded every case, with the careless state that one Parisian dwasuinklng es- hiitt!" chuckled the old man, its he his daughter l pack her trimk, and letters and papers hardly ever with Loui tbe OovMarasnt'a poeUl officers tablishment i woinnued nutiruly by waved his haud for a street car to tekn they ijtlTctlj'.lftror houi'ir-- fti JtwrnmU Post. him aboard. Dclroil Fn. r?i wen. Bitmarck Tribune. pal-anqii- of Nashville; Mac Vicar and Ukets, they were Votts, of Montreal; Gillett, of Illinois; shown to seats on tho,jrst row-- in the L. Fairbanks, of Vermont, and B. orchestra. The green Nrtain ordinar- "Jacobs, of Chicago. Chicago 1'rilnne. ily used at the theater b,nc away for Rev. J. A. Begister, pastor of tho repairs the n elaborate Central M. E. Church at Baltimore, representation of Diam ami iier arose in the conference recently and nymphs on the Island of olos had of the asbeen lowered in place of it-- 'j'he two stated, to the amazement sembly, that he had decided to leave visitors gazed upon the curtai. for a his church and people and become a few minutes and then began a liscus-sioEpiscopal de as to its merits from their ida of member of the Protestant nomination. After being pressed tq art. subject, he said his "1 swan, Jabez," said one, "cf tint further consider the decision was unalterable, and amid ain't the pootiest picter I ever seed." "It's a bi thing," replied the other. solemn stillness quitted the church. isauiMore Sun. ;A nice gal is tho big one. At. recent Monday meeting of tho "Yes, but look at the one blowing the .Presbyterian ministers of Chicago, the horn for dinner." subject of church music was discussed. "0, my." was all his companion was A paper was read strongly favoring capable of saying. Silently they inspected the curtain congregational singing, leaby a ohorus of for a while, and then the first speaker choir, aud the placing of the music the, the church under the control of broke out with the remark: "I calkilate we've had the wuth of spiritual officers of the church. Most of the pastors present favored this view ol our cash let's go." was They arose to leave the theater. On the subject. The drift of sentiment "way out they came across Mr. against Ihe S3'stem of quartette leadertheir Samuel Ruhe, the veteran usher, to ship of the praise of the sanctuay. Tho London Bajilist says: "Since whom they expressed the opinion that the painting was a great thing, but a 1810 the Baptists in the United States tritlc expensive. Ruhe saw the mistake have doubled their number evey ten and told them the performance had not years. They now number 2.300.C00. This is a record which should not bo vet begun. "Dew tell!" exclaimed one. "Hev without its lessons for us." And is not 3'ou got anything to show 'sides that one of the lessons just this that baptism is the orderly Scriptural way to, big picter?" More in sorrow than in anger did the Lord's table, and that any other' Ruhe remove the veil ofignorancc from wav introduces weakness and conthe eyes of the rural visitors. Back to fusion? Fidelity to principle is one of their seats they repaired, and during the strong grounds of Baptist success the performance of "Le Voyage en in this county. General Francis A. Walker adSliest" fhevjittracted the greatest attention by the heartiness of their laugh- dressed the meeting of the Massachuter and the strength of thoir applause. setts Society for the University EducaAs they arose to depart one of them re- tion of Women recentlv iu Boston on the subject of "Industrial Education in marked: "Well, thar. That knocks cats and Our Common Schools." Ho conceived dogs clean out o' the circus and gives the uso of mechanical instruction to be 'Squire Tums's yarns the push. Can't to deveh p perception and observation boat that in York. I'm thinkin'. It's on the part of all the pupils, and not to train mechanics: that it should not this town shows the big sights, eh?" litnitjbut rather enlarge the sphere of Philadelphia Bulletin. avocations b3-- developing an insiJ1-into relationsand space. Jlistakcn Identity. Taking tlu'ir drop-curtain te ost. Let's have one of'tho, interrupted. -- Pennsylvania; Randolph, of Khodo the Island; Bougher, of Washington; I n . ST ' tr;ssssrzsmiiisisasaa Maj-03t- po-itio- Jtt-nT- a-- a . ;' i or " ri -- & soda-wat- er per-suatio- hor-edio- coach-and-si.- mild-lookin- new-ooiue- r. d, ss 1 To-da- y ply-sician- 's 30s-tahd- s p.-tth- "" Mci-soni- er , noii-artist- ic SShlcsof 'mqunollay's f- a, - Meis-onie- r! . post-offic- -- t, - ul clo,k-work- ew-ply- n, ,t i (tr9 VEr fig?-- ' ' J H' K rrom TTead to Foot. Tb postmaster at North Buffalo, Pa., TRUE SOLDIERLY GRIT. "","'... ri.&. . The President spend most ot his c siu uj uiku iu It was as follows: lm irirls. About 55,000,000 bushels of wheat Mr. SI. J. Green, says St. Jacobs Oil, tho cured him of pains Having Tassed TUronch th War, an OKI time, when he is not receiving visitors, aro annually used for seed in this great h ourselves fancied slights upon our dig--:- .i "Dr.ASt Mil. hain tho head, and also of frosted feet. Soldier Couquers one Jlaemf More. GEORGE "WARREN, Publisher. told mo everything. in a little room in the northwest corner county. .A, wnild like nitv. i i.it..n ZlJi. Forry we nlaved vou minii ;:nV:"-:""V- iHo had encased himself for the next alwnvs We know nothing, and yet it Is knowing .. VV'S.1 Kindling with enthusiasm as he recalled '" of the second story of the White House, A gill of strong green tea is said to i iiiii:liiiii iiiuiin ifninijjihirmablc. KENTUCKY. dance to Lettie, and meanwhile busied do so moro tlmu ever when it iin.Snjitt' where he has a writing dosk and a fow be a specific for sheep poisoned b3 something to know that you know nothing. the great struggle of twenty years sgo. HICKMAN. " presume. from saying Captain J. IU Sanford. of 2e wart, who to as3' chairs. The room is ver' small eating laurel. Chicago Journal. He retired gravely lo desk behind himself with looking on. His state of now And tho advantage u yoursnir Hut, and was origiually intonded as Don't Give It Up So. Company B of XVI N. J. Zouave, a dresn-tn- g " Oh! if I had only known that In time." raised want or it, you were sayVVmc T ue more an acre will produce tho a wooden screen, and covered his ejes mind was mood3 and discontented. and want to the front with them, said to a room, being connected with tho CIIILI). TO A Known what? " Known that a simple cold transient companion one day last summer? "The way of the world," he mused. with his hand in rapt consideration. . A larger the profit, and the better Treml' chamber he occupies. n .uc uaacs, j. was in eigne 01 mo uerucaw """"j- few inarticulate sounds escaped him; "To witness an heiross and her less more it will pro- tflrrb,"ucwi limy uuveiuu inio ciironicEly's- if " tho war; Seven Pines, Malvern Hill. cultivate that acre the -Kathleen of the triad blue eyes. Well, it isn't too late, for The President's desk stands jtut be- duce. New England Farmer. P. S. I hope you'wKt wealthy friend. Naturally the heires3 -then he rose the inspired artist. dark and curling ajmau. niu mi. VUIQIIU my behavior. 7CU UliLT Savage Station, Aiissionary ivm.t can look Lex?" Kathleen of tho laugtalnsr voice, "Jt must bo gold,-- ' he said, gravely, ii tho less attractive of the two. And Mr. and Mrs. Philip Twyford now, fore tho window, where heinto Lafav- and the sufferer's life has become a burden to Harrison's Landing are in tho list. i. Paint which has become drv Like a wild stream whirling: across Penns3ivania Avomte him, and he a nuisance to bis friends. It started to go with Sherman to tho se3, but "braid, I would recommend. It is ostentatious besides 6uch a choice of hunt together with When I (raze into those eyes. the Pvtchlev hound ette rarK. ami mo vista stroiciios up hard may be removod b3 rubbing the is the only radical aud thoroughly scientific my right leg was shattered by a ball at the madedress for a quiet Deep I read tho story youthful and well suited to the with and charm the Squire with the'sio-h- of that broud avenue known as Sixteenth spot with oxalic acid diluted first engagement after tho great march beOf a long-loParadle butante. That splendid girl. Miss terial." water. Try a weak solution lirt. and liquid. Applied to the nostrils with the gan. After tho amputation I was taken And the young world's glory. hunters. The old man street to Moridan Hill. would have looked like a Queen prfecUv-brc- d Ho sent an assistant for the Pans twentv-fivmiles and left in a tent at Ringif Unit does not remove the stain, in finger. Price flftv cents. Ra-ho has lost his nerve and prefers Many a tale of fairyland Over the desk are usually main' of- crease the strength. Troy Time. gold, Ga. A rain camo on and my tent was model, while ho proceeded to further in it. to Have we dreamed together. It only takes about two seconds to get up flooded. Then I was started on my waytry-tThus poor Jeannio Carson was do- quiet riding.is Philip respecU this pref- ficial papers, and a ba&kut of "fresh explain his ideas. Jeannie was, of By the hearth in shadow-tlme- . Keep the horse collars clean. Tho a duel. X O. 2'icayune. erence and often to be seen ream to Cowers is always boforu him. At one Chattanooga, 2S0 miles distant. Just t heathor. course, charmed. She hd never im- med the approbation that her swoot litOut on of that journey to and dirt adhoro to collars Iraasino Tired, I told or prince and fay. Two moxtus ago my attention was called man in my the horror For years afterward tle face and innocent manner should openofgates for his uncle and keen "htm corner of tho desk is a slendor brass dust U103' arewhich witli sweat works agined herself in such a costume. condition. whou castle hoary; wet Court and out harm's way. Argosy. to tho case of a woman afflicted with canaes, standard, from which hangs like a "1 must make some slight varia have won for her. Give me, sweet, my turn sore cer on her shoulder at least 5 inches a cir- I was shaken with every exertion in lamp screen, a large white card with a into lumps and ridges, and I, too, crave a story. tho doctors prescribe, as they always will Lettie danced well and knew also tions," continued the artist. "1 shoulders are the result- - If the collars cumference, angry, painful, and giving tho when you ask them, but I keep my own logend across tho top reading: Beccipts. model, 3'ou will perceive is somewhat how to talk to herpartners; she noticed no rest day or night for t months, Bluo eyes telling tales to mine become hard, wash them clean, pound now, and ho never opous his mouth obtained a supply of Swift's Specific or doctordumb doctori" exclaimed tho CapDarkly raise their fringes: 44 handsomer than I nmnnse. Satin and that Jcannie wits not so well provided A thorn and apply oil. N. Y. Jleraltl. A receipt is a written acknowledgeEarth had doors to Hcaen once. ber. She has tuken 5 bottles, and the ulcer tain's caller. Tim riinsiDB.vr's kno gkmkxto. : wished, and in for as she might have gold embroidery." Wide on golden hinge. Grass moans cattle; cattle means is er -- lv healed up, only a very smnll a debt. AH itiinih as a mnmmv. but smart as "It is lovely!' gasped both the girls consequence took the opportunity af ment of the payment ofrecoipts careFrom beyond, the timeless light ' manure; manure means rich lands; scab reinanang,and her health is tatter than lichtninz; thore bo i," pour Inc to a bottle And under in largo letters a list of Banished time and sorrow; in a breath. the end of the dance to make business men preserve forded b3' forfi had no yesterday. fully, that thoy may be able to show the days of the week with wv- n age- - j .rich hinds mean good crops, anil good IUv.years pnt :seems be perfectly cured. ot DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE Jesse H. Campbell, Columbus, Oa. REMEDY standing on n corner shelf, "I "I must have one like it." exclaimed her known to Philip Twyford. Heaven was if, by any chance, a bill 13 ments for each day noted down. When crops moan prosperity. This is tho payment, winds '11103" had a pleasant dance together, Lettie. "L had not intended getting: am history of the world. Seod nnrt of The music of tho rooster Is not composed take that. "When Iweak run down it me; Nought wai there of languid bloom, he makes au appointment lie always it strengthens me up: when I am new dress for Woodride,''but . but Philip was prejudiced. He was presented a second time. of Frail and fevered splendor. A receipt in full will prevent a suit records it on this card, whether it is a your farm down to gras and see if the when I am 'off my food it gives mean The "but" was significant, and the certainly beginning to bo sensitive on Kisses like the daisies thronged, appetito; when I am excited it quiets me." on Mr. the subjectof his poverty and too proud for tho recover of all debts except dinner partA' or the reception of a dele- assertion is not true. Cleveland leader. In America greensward tender. Lovomade compliment it conveyed not lost liemc raber name, D'. David Kennedy's those b3 account; but a receipt for the gation of Visitors. Ho is very Truth was sunny as tho sky. A fruit eulturist gives the following long botore they reach middlo age frequentCooper. "Madam, he said bowing, to dance much with a moneyed lad3". FAVORITE REMEDY, Rondout, K. Y. Branching care spread o er us. about keoping his engagements, calculation of tho productiveness ot ly find .hems elves suffering Iroin some of All that warbled ecstasy "It would surpass all my former efforts Lettie charmed him and ho felt safo puwueut of an account is not valid, tho conplaints weaknesses peculiar to Mado the garden's chorus. A SPECIFIC FOR in the line. To bo sure, the dress would with her, having made up his mind that unless the whole amount of tho debt is but has so 11111113- that he finds some sort certain fruits: Six gooseberry bushes their six. For andsuch Kidnej--Wor- t is n If, b3' agreement, a part only u of an arrangement like this absolutely 'will produce six gallons of fruit, six great ioon. It all require carrying off. But 1 think, in sho was Miss Carson's companion. paid. induces a healthj- - action of O thou Eden of the past Epilepsy, , Liver and Bowel, cleanses If I could but find thee. fact I am sure, that you could do it." Though such a companion surely no paid, aud a receipt in full is given, the necessary. Before tho Lenten season .currant bushes twonty quarts, six rasp-- , theKdnej-sSpasmt, ConvulAll I have, for thee. I'd cast, the President either dined berry bushes ten quarts, and six grape- the sstein, and strengthens and gives new creditor must sue for the balance that began Ho strode awav to allow his words to man ever saw! sions, Falling Worthless, vain, behind me guests of his own ever3' vines P2G pounds. Much, however, de- life all the important organs of the body. take efl'eet, returning in a few seconds When tho Heaven-gatestood wide, It was a beautiful vision that haunted remains unpaid. The receipt, so given, out or receivedentertains moro than SZeknesf,SlXltC3 Itlsftaturo's grat assistant in establishing He is valid only for the amount actually evening. And alllhe air was ringing an3 pends upon the age of tho plants, soil, nndsustainiiiK health. Sold by all drug- with the details all prepared, and the poor Lieutenant for the remainder Dance, AlcohU- With mingled voices of our homo acof his predecessor ever did, and l&enson and cultivation. placed a few patterns on the table. gu. of his sleeping hours that night. A fair paid. l A -! T, And sound of angels singing-viuuu-Ono dn3' soup: Half a can of to "I have a design for a"body," ho smiling face and profusion of blond hair; This rule of law dates back to the cepts more iuvitations. Before the The old custom requiring saleswomen in Am I sad? How startled shine time of Queen Elizabeth. It is Hust coming oLuvrthur tho olilet magistrate matcJive oc six colli boilotl or baked' drr and fancy goods stores to stand nil day said, "that would cornpletetnc costume rosy red lips and large blue eyes. Those blue eyes in wonder 1 cpu4"inviutlons'"Tonlylroni',-Milong Child, whose'heart beats close to mine. uhoj mbciSof his Cabinet anil the Jus potatoes, half an onion, ono totilk of sededwithout rest or relict is being superto perfection. It would) suit you, Eva, Ugly Blood lie decided many- times that it would ruic; ior ever3' nij,- wimrcixiu oxpi" by moro humane rules in many of ino Far are wo asunder. iv.iij. celery, or a few celery tops. Boil all madam. It is more Uisiocominjr; it int. lfk nAtniiinii nnii.lijit ...... . .....1 . .. ' tO UHV hi? debtsare Diseases, Dyspep Yet. If I would follow thee. Court, bat he hv together until the vegetables are very our leading business houses. Lydla E. made where, mm tices of the Supreme would, in fact, improve? 'gre lifty tho next day and enquire a't.-- r tht !n tions. liow.Mer, Oft I marvel whothor sia, Nervousness, Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound is highly ,1m" mreiin.Maiieto of the case, it is I""" TT J8St added the Senators to this list for two soft. Put through a colander, add pop- - pra.sed by those who have not yet been Thou couldst lead mo In, to sco dies. True, it was a fashion I..- - - out f per cent." JTeadaehtf Eden-lanreasons; first, because h euiovs o- - ner and salt and a pinch of sugar. 1o mo,,,' :t; . together. ireed iroin ine oiu iievwiv.v iui uuiiswih This seemed tri'V irresistible, and date, but a charming one n. v.. ihele-.- . t Cliamber's Journal. loumatlsni. ev-he belietes t... of n(n mm ,vni. ;,, nn,.::: of tn,!lnf: and is a cenulne Llessinc In out " f,,U A ... TiViltim Ttnln "Wnrrv. Mlood Sores, v-proved so to Lett- - The orders were Tkwoiil.l !. n sailnflntiirr tn livn in whichvw:i' ' amount ofis an account, is e.ety, and second because "ti " unsettled, iu democratic customs and does not hot milk with a pinch of "i" dissolved ce.as in. as to thetiFed 1. carcfullv inserted by Mr Cooper. when all such little acts of kindness binding,the Biliousness, Costume, NervousProstration, PHILIP T WITOUD'S EXCHANGE. laijer wish to bo considered exclusive. For in it. Sift over the top a few very dry housekeeper yylo must'bo on her feot all day though the debt proves d address? he asked. would be despised. The call of enquiKidney Troubles and Irremdantus. SLou. "The names expected. Disputed accounts two woeks before Lent there was a Snmplo Testimonials. Concresslonul Endorsement. "Miss PhjAlmore," replied Lettie. ries that afternoon, which ended in tea than was settled by part payment, for Senatorial dinner party each evening, bread crumbs. N. Y. Times. a bad job altogether, Philip." 'It's 'Samaritan Nervine Is doing wonders. City, Ala. from Penn., Hon. John Cessna, intimating .Tennnie. and delightful chat, was only the fore- ma3' bo Dr. J. O. McLcmoin, Alexander "Miss Fish, almost more than auything writes: " In the space of twelve hours ray "Somewhat unfortunate, I admit." tho'law says that tho amouit so paid and tho Prosidont attended all of them it "I lew it mrdnty to recommend clydej Kansas. "150, Stahopc Gardens. We leave runner of many more. Pliilip could "You're been taken in." rheumatism was cone, havins: taken threo R except on the da3's when ho gave state else, is improved by slow cooking; was all that was actually du. Durang's Rheumatic Remedy. My physicians ffdlcd." town tin day week; I trust both sing; Lettio could play; Philip was in 4I was perhaps somewhat too creduis thus true when the hsh is doses "It cured where Part payment of a note vill release dinners or public receptions himself. Rev. J. A. Edic. BcflTer, Pa. -brother was cured by a similar amount. I want of an accompanist; Lettie loved dresses nay be" ready.' ' lous." frcclr onsirered the debtor, if he takes a reedpt in full, There is a prevailing impressijii boilod. If cooked rapidly itorwill fall cordially recommend it." By all druggists, Jlr. hooper bowed, and the ladies nothing better than accompanying. It for this rule applies only to icrounts. taste The old Squire fussed about between JOSEPH! President Arthur is a hearty npnrt, aud will neither insisted look so or R. K. Helphenstine, Washington, D. C. that U was an ordina' states of affairs enough, went upstairs to the dressmaker. upon TBI DL S. i. MGHBQSD HID. CO.. ST. hi3 leather easy chair and the When a creditor receives a partial eater, but this is a mistake. He is quite well. The great poiut Newtox, late President of the Now, it happened, that just at this but productive of infinite pleasure. Sold by AU UruEirfstii. s, stumbled" over clattered the cooks of the present day is College, of the city of New York, LOBS, ST0TJTEKBUB0 It CO., Agenta, Chicago, HL payment from a friend or wlation of famous as an epic.iro. but he has Countess made Tho old Squire sat and looked on apa and managed in the pro- moment an irascible seriously this of taking abundant time to prepare Eclectic Wsi. Balsam in his pracoffended provingly, or victimized Jeannio to the the debtor, a rocoipt in fill will bo a small appetite, and requires much less fowl in, and tho fact that nothing is used Dn.many Hall's patients, now living, was cess to considerably deepen the hue of her entry, who of hi3 tice, as binding upon him. If he t:fces goods food than other men of his phys'que. at some" negligence on tho part of a extent of a game of backgammon. Y. Post. his ordinarily rubicund countenance. and restored to health by tho use of this or merchandise for a part of tho debt, He was speaking of this to a friend not gained by rapid boiling. N. was medicine, can amply testify. It E Philip Twyford took matters more workwoman. Mr. Coopernames called Philip was too much fascinated to seri- and givos a receipt in full, ho cannot lonj; ago, and advanced the opinion Why not have a climbing rose? cures consumption. were ously wonder at his uncle's complaisinto requisition, and the quietly. He twirled the ends of his sue for the remaindor; for tic law says that ordinarily men of small stature Would it not improve tho barn, The Countess A irieiseiiscr of Health. mustache with his right hand, while the not entered in the book. at last he was ance during his evident neglect of the tliat ho took the goods on speculation were heartier eaters than those of larger smoke-houspiazza? Most of from nervous, Sent free to supposed heiress. Ho would occasion- and must stand to his bargiin. left reposed comfortably in iis pocket. kept him long, and when make by tho varieties are perfectly hardy. They chronic and bloodsufferers brain and heart build, which proposition he diseases, good his ally relent in his behavior toward Jeanfree anil flew upstairs to He was a fairly When a creditor takes a noto for a citing ilhrstratons among their mutual bloom in profusion for a long time. affections, nervous debilitj', etc It tolls of might meet omission the girls had left . and the nie: bring her a book to read or some part of his bill, and gives a receipt for acquaintances. The President's ha'iits 'Among the climbing roses Prairie wonderful cures effected by Dr. Scott's Coca, man; such a one as names had slipped his memon But the experiment never flowers. any day in Bond Stfeef, and perhaps 13 fcind In the Great Modern Discovery, Beef and Iron, with Phosphorus. Sold by It has been remarked that Lottie realty answered, and he soon found tho whole, he can only recover tho of life aro simple and regular,to ami in 'Ouuen fninkl. Bennett's Seedliiu:), druggists; $1. Dr. Scott, Kansas Lit, iio. look at twice. But that would depend amount of the note. Als, a partpny-me- this manner he has been able sustain ' (white) and Kusaell's Cottage (crim-ison"DIE- "her upon the interest of your thoughts or looked tall. It was for as stately himself again beside Lettie. Once lie The Kent llutter Color. that have been c would make a good selection. It made before tho account is due, the conversation. He stood five feet ten carriage that misguided, taller a matter felt sure that lie heard tho old mau or in some place other than that in heavily resting upon hihi with comfort should bo borno in mind that these with which dairyThe great unanimity high, had a good figure, and carried of fact, Jeannie was the himselfoftothe laughingty mutter something that which it should be paid, will cancel the and health and without fatigue. He 'roses bloom on the old or last season's men ol high reputation have adopted, in bo sounded siispiciousty like "deep game," two. Mr. Cooper allowed reference to anything else, the Improved himself well. This last was only what S utter Color mado by "Wells, Richardson debt, if a receipt in full is givon. It enjos life more than any of his prede- wood. Prairie Farmer. was to be expected; it would have been satisfied with the dressmaker's dimen- - and that was on an occasion when he was a favor to the creditor to pay him cessors within recollection, ami suffers is remarkable. (With Flioxpborus.) When plants are received by mail, & Co., of Burlington, Vt., imitative colors a disgrace to his drill had it been other- sions; so it came about that Lottie's or- had been firing his best to appear in- nt that timo or place, and his receipt is loss perplexity than other men with for a few It shows that tho claimsof made up to Jeannio's pattern, terested in Jeannie. was .place them in warm witter la all formiof wise. will uso no Po!6w!nsmarTrlonscura'Ivevtrtn wise dairj-meare baseless; binding. ordiuar3' care. He never allows anyrvon Itrblllt-- , Ilrnln. Ilrart mid then pot them out and give a other, At last intimation arrived that his ex"Well, I've helped you twice al- and Jeannio's to Letlie's. - 'Weak Lungi, Nerrou debfe in thing to disturb his equipoise, and minutes, is unable to pay his If in a On the morning of theball. llleac. Dp r ready," said the Squire. "Each time received the following epistle- the Squire change was affected. He was to juin full, a man creditors agree to take a when things of an annoying character thorough watering; then set them two, Cocghs. Bkowx's Bronchial TnocuES Exhaustion anl Brolco I wn Constitutions. 8t.OO aud his warm, shady place for a day or reThroat, and per belli. Sixbofl i 85 OO. the other battalion of his regiment tho part in place of tho whole, thc3rSre come to him for decision, ho considers you had only yourself to thank for will alleviate Coughs, Sore "Vft, Stanhope Garden. of sunshine. If which Send postal for U quiring it. I "don't know that I shall "Dearest Old Gcauoiax: Miss I'rim has following mouth. He had but a short bound by their recoipts. The lawfa-vor- s them with deliberation, and never after bodduiggive plont3' in the open Bronchial Affections. Sdld only in boxes. and read or toiderful cur- -i Bectedof brCoca, Btel out. plant for gone home for a month, and I wn bringing' time longer in hngland, but meant to do so again." J3T Perfect in. Tho Scsrjet Cardinal compromises of this nature, since reaches a conclusion until he is ground at once; water thoroughly and and Iron. Ai j oar dragslut tor It. AiMrcs- e I Jcannie Carson with me was foolGold, Navy Blue, Seal Brown, "I never expected it, sfr. You can j thoroughly satisfied in his own mind as shade for a few days until they are Red, Old Dves cive perfect results. Any prevent it will make no difference. She only left spend it all at Woodridge. It Dlt. C IV. SCOTT, Diamond bear witness that 1 have not asked for school at Christmas aud has never been to a ish, he knew, allowing himsolf to he thc3' Although this rule sometimes bars to the best course to pursue. This de- started. Do not nut plants in too large fashionable color, 10c., at druggists. Vt ills, Kansas City, Mo. ball. come more and more infatuated with hejp." "I mean to appear In such n dress! the lilto Miss Phillimore. but at the same tune hardly on honest men. who are trying liberation saves him a great deal of poU at first; it is always better to plant Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. CSrUSE DE. SCOTT'S LIVER PILLS. "Then what do you intend to do?" of which has never been teen In Woodridge debts, it is tho host thatjnn anxioty, but is often annoying to those shift into larger ones Ilale's Honey of Horrhouml and Tir and gold embroidery ' A White "I have my pay," quietly retorted dazzier,satin sure you'll say. Your loving real it was irresistible. Compulso.-- ban- to pin- thetr as it reaches all olassejof interested in securing a de When in small pots and be doused, I'm of ishment from England was a prospect men, both the honest and thedishonfst. complaints are made he always says: as the plants grow. Never allow your lias cured many people onecoughs. Pike's Philip, with an almost imperceptible LETITIA PlIIlUSIORE." minute. plants to become too wet, s there are toothache diops cure in dismal enough to contemplate: but voldrawing up of his figure. "A southerly wind ami a cloudy sky am to be held responsible ior mc more plants injured by too much water When a seal is nlaeod upon a recant 'I Proclaim a hunter's morning. untary banisliment from Lettio while" "Your pay! A paltry It a cough disturbs your sleop, one dose is not allowed to claim that consequences, and you mint give inu of Piso'.s Cure will gh o you a night's rost. imagine that you So carolled the Squire when he had fin- in England, too much to oxpuet of a the creditor the account whs paid. Tho timo to reach a conclusion." lie never than too little. Chicago Times. a day! Do Iodide of rtai!um I ons of the stronseu of ths only part of produced much susceptible 3'oung officer. ean live in conformity with your po- ished his good breakfast of rump-steaIt seems proper to assert that Samaritan minerals used in medicine, and haslong time and In law regards tho seal as decisive Ev- acts in haste, even upon the smallest sition as my nephew on your pay? and was surveying his "pink" and Ntrvine cures dyspepiia. No euro no pay. Buffering im hi W'rld. TaKrafora "Come, bo3," said the old Squire, idence that tho whole debt for wBch matter, and never gets rattled, but Chronic Dhirrhuu in Cattle. large dose- It drd-- up the goitrlc Julcea, Impair with thesatisfaction of a staunch the evening before Philip's departure, tho receipt was jriven was paid. Zounds! Boy! are you mad?" weighs every reason ami studies every tie stomach rcf J" lood. and the patient deJ. IV. Foshke, of Buff Sprinss, Ala., y rider. Blood or "ltisn't an enticing prospect, I know. wou mustn't be off into the drawing-rooThere are various causes productive says: u&amantanXt rtnf ured me of fits." clines ta health and weUht. Persona In tho case of receipt", there 8 a possible result. His slcvness is not o SWn Diea-- - should be careful how they take "Poor Philip! I might have offered Nobody, perhaps, knows better than j'et- - You haven't done justice to curiosity 01 the law. It is well estab- laziness, but caution. Fe.v men work of chronic diarrho?n. as there are al-- o Dr. Isaac Ir afflicted with Pore mvself" I who have watched those poor him a mount. But there, he'll be all 1113 old port for ever so long. The lished that, when a written contract is moro hours in the day than the Presi- of acute, and although the first some- Thompson's Eye Water. fires, uso soil it 25c mineral poisons, a In most instance- - the effect of them Druifirits Is to almost permanently Impair the eonstlwtlon. fellows, with wife and children.scraping the frosher for the ball ladies are attractive, I know, but an old produced in court, it cannot be altlred dent. He rises about half pat niuo in times has tho latter for its caue, the Swift's Specific Is entirely a vegetable preparation, and . . They had a splendid run that day. man must not be noglected; especially an and screwing in order to make a decent my way 1)3-- evidence by word of the morning,.takos a cold bath, shaves, effects aro different in each disease, as TJjUBIUUllHlHininillllUCB'' gj. THE GREAT 6EH2MN Ills easy to convince you of itsme-iappearance. But there it was just the Two hours and twenty minutes' hard old one who wishes you so well. Philip," iu producing' thom. For mouth. It must stand or fall by itself. drinks a cup of coffee, eats an egg or aro tho causes REfViEDY I bare cored permanently Blood Taint In the third sight of that that I couldn't stand, and riding. The Squire was not young, he continued, after he had filled his One would think that a receipt would niece of toast, and then goes into the intauce, that which would be producGeneration by the us- of Swift's Spedsc, after I had but he sat well and.heldajD the field. glass with the raro old vintage, and le sovernod by this rule, inasmuch ts Executive Chant bar to receive Con- tive of nuite diarrhra in a sound aniit has been my ruin.' roost signally failed with Mercury and Potash. ' "Serve you right." roared the Squire; When ho got home, his S4fcwl pulled smiled the it acknowledges in writing the full pay- gressional callers or other people who mal, would not materially affect one F. A. ToOMtr, M. D , Perry. Ga, the aroma, and survej-e.- l "trusting everything' to a penniless sub- frightfully, he said: lie feltJUsIoeated bee's wiug with the 03 of the good old ment of a del)t. This beinir the case, come to luni on bus.ness. Hy 12:"0 or suffering from chronic diarrlnea. Ourtreatlie on Blood and SKln Diseases mailed free cup s Keiitrt s and lieutenant because he imagines that he in every joint: and that afternoon all connoisseur that he was. "Philip, I how can a creditor come into court and one o'clock this ordeal U over, when he That they are two distinct disea-c- s RHEniATISH, to applicants. SVTIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa. speculation. And in tho house agreed that hejvas not tho say, I had no idea that 1113' light words show, 03-- oral evidence, that though tha roads his mail, dictates thu replies to may be adduced from the fact, that an has a talent for u j m nr KewYork OQce. 153 "West 23d St Neuralgia, away it goes like a pull of smoke into man housed to be. with respect to the heiress would hare receipt acknowledges full payment, letters that require au immediate animal sufferin! from an attack of the mfflZL&NCLJ& if "J8" ""ty1 "I can't take 3011 to the hill Egyptians or Russians, or some such LUMBAGO, taken such'lirni root, and given the start onty a portion of the bill was really answer, aud dispones of whatever papers acute disease is quick and successfully 4r1ilHl. iw.y,T.".iiiuitxi SCIATICA, "It's beoa-- a bit too to a wooing so evidently successful." rubbish." Ciiris," he said. fc-4the law may have boon left with him by tho treated by remedies which would ha-- ' ItAtKACHK, paid? To avoid this difficulty, ,4A raihvay," corrected Philip. muoh for me. Lady AlcotftvtiH call for Philip looked down and fidgeted with creates what is called a logiil fiction callers of the morning, referring them no onect upon ono suiicnug iroiu Tooiiiarlie, Is Headache, Tils poron- growled the old vriil. But vou must let me see the his wine glass. "Worse aud wor-e,in a chronic form the lest eTtr It doclnres that the receipt is not, in to this department or to that, as their SORE THROAT, xaade, combining tho man, "infernal inventions of the age; Uresses,' he added, with a merry do not itself, a contract, though it has most of contents may require. Then about two "Speak on, sir," he said. "I Thore are different kinds of this of hops iE:;.r2rsrofe"S 1 QUINSY DWELLING o. Tirtuesbdnms &ndwith cutting up the good huuting counties." twinkle of his eve. know that thore lias been anything so the elements of one. It is merety evi- o'clock he takes his luncheon with tho ex of which ono is intermittent, and s whera He sat quietly in his library while the j 'evident,' that would warrant you coup- dence of an oral contract, by which the fatuity, and generally a friend or two is bolicted by mauy country .people to sritAWS, (i) tracts. Its power Is wonderful la curing d Back and Philip sighed. lie thought of his plasters simply rcliero. Crick In tho other Soreness, Cuts, PrnKes, beautiful chestnut, the pride of the ITins nupiicKeu. x iuscuiiv.ub 100 k. a ling im' name with that of Miss Carson." creditor agreed to take a portion of the who may be invited fn. After luncheon, be influeii'-edby the moon. This lm Sect, Vain ia tho SUo or Limbs, Stiff Joints and Muscles, Jfeuralgis, Sore Chest, ritosTiiiras Troubles, Khcmnntl-m- . wrote a hunt, who was never known to leaf out of his pocket-boo"Of "Miss Carson!" chuckled the old debtand release the debtor. Thoreforo if he has made appointments, he re- its cau-- e in a wenkoned state of the pains oraches SCAX.DS, AiTections of the Heart and Ill'KXS, refuse a jump or miss being in at few words on it and rang the bell for a man, "no, I should think not, indeed. oral evidence of the extent of the pay- ceives company in the libra-- , and if liver, ard its consequent Misceptllil.t nop natirr. iry And all othtr liodily aches In say part cured Instantly by tno to See the And just as well for or bto ior i.uu. cenis 1. the death. His Major would 'ride it servant. "Shan't be there my friend, ment may be admitted, for though a not he retires to the little room in tho of beco ling easily and unduly evcitt-aud pains Mailed oa receipt of price. Sold by . . , LASVSE all druggists and country stores. now. Sold sold everything sold, to working of it," ho muttered, "but I'll that there is not." Tho Squire shook written contract cannot be altered, hi corner where lie ngnis a cigar, wriis. bv different acents, which, FIFTY cents a bottle. 4 n- - i JW.'lt Hop Jlaj'er Company, St id bv all Druggists and give Master Phil the straight tip," and his fist playfully at Philip as he spoke. oral evidence, meet the liabilities of his friend. meaning of or dictates letters, reads document- moved, the animal, to uso the words of 'TTt iiiiiiili teP'tt the Proprietors, Boston, JUas. Dlrtction In 11 ... 11!'-!!'''"- ' 'Ml "I won't stay in Englaud, sir, to an- this is how he did it: The 3'oung man blushed. written evidence "may bo altered b3' oral that require his attention, and performs the owner, 'soon gets well 'again. rjMWH'l I "Go in and win, 1113' 1)03. Make for noy you with the sight of my impecuni-osity.- " The lliarl-- s A. oeeier to. tho aotlicial duties of tho d:iy. "lam quite aware that it would have evidence. YouUCs Companion. Another kind is that to which Kiiuwi t. X. VOOELER Oal he said. "F shall try for an ex- the white satin and gold embroidery." been the height of impertinence in me," saddle-hors- e is brought when calves have not aro subject, At five o'clock a loss of aroetlte and diseases ot tho BalUoJTe.Kd,,TJ.S.A. "To the barracks at once," he said, hci said, "to have -- to have change to India; perhaps et an ad" to the back door of tho Exocutivo hat? proper food, or have been fed u ith bowels take ITawley'a Stomach and Urer ITUs. t5 cent. Anecdote of Webster. man. jutancy; anil at any rate draw double handing his missive to the "Made love," prompted the. Squire. The kidneys act as Mansion aud he starts off, sometimes a view of saving the cow's milk. This pay." Great was the consternation upstairs rs of the blood. "To Miss Carson," continued Philip. The amusinjr controversy and cor alone and sometimes with company, for kiud of chronic diarrhoea, if improperh i Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. "iiean-spirite- d andwlK-their funclad. The Pytchley when the mistake in the dresses was "But, in spite of her enormous fortune respondence growing out of Secrotar3 a long and rapid ride, generally taking treated, renders the career of tho tions are Interfered will miss you sadly. Philip," lie con- discovered. The girls might fume and aud the immense convemenco mat it, iMarcy s court-urecircular when he deserted streets, west of tho bite short; but if submitted at once to with through weaktinued, "listen to me. You're abue Mr. Cooper and the whole linn would be to me, I must confess, sir, fames Buchanan was Minister to tho House, through Georgetown into tho nroner treatment, and there be uot c m- ness, they need tonyou're popular, you're a soci-- of Harlc & West as much as thev that not for one moment have I wavered Court of St, James, described in an ar-- ti country. On cold or disagreeable days siderable structural derangement of tho They become ing. healthfully active by man. You must marry an heiress." pleiscd, but there was nothing to be in my alleiauce to Miss Phillimore. Icon Buchanan in this Magazine, re- he prefers to walk or uses a car- liver, thore is still a favorable prospect themeof nostrtter's "I think I shall go now, sir," irrele- done, aud the3 had to make the best M3 intense admiration for that latty has minds a correspondent of au occurrence riage. While out for this recreation ho of recovor3'. dlderent from an omers. Stomach Bitters, It Is entirely as its name Indicates Is a ii i - ac. and wb n tailing short of vantly remarked Philip. "I've made of it. dated from the night of the hunt ball, that took place at Marshfield in Mr. does not permit official matters to ho It will Immediately frt-- thcliiad tho other kind, of all tho mo-- t j To rtuef from other tiinl co a clean breast of it all, and I'm "It all comes of not going to be and has beeuonthe increase ever since." Webster's time. all dandruff, restore prar hair to IU ns " "'" or soi ro. This superb discussed by whoever happens to bo subicct to it are cows which are "good s It h jfi&iZ'SzzjL&iijrJMB stimulating tonic fromproducv a new growth and sorry to have disappointed yon." The fitted," said Lettie regretfully, "but we hfaltb, affect The Squire shook himself about with Mr. Webster and .Iudje Duane Dot3 alio jrevtnts and arwith him. as it is the only time ho milkers;" but why they are so we will nitrate of silver preparations rests revrr and ague, Squire appeared not to have heard. reall3 were too mucli occupied. Were violent laughter, and his jolly round then of Green Bay, Wisconsin, were-war- has actually to himelf. His little not attempt to eplaiu, unless it be that Iew const p..1 ion, liver. Eire done. It will cl.ant- - heht orfadedhalrin brown. AS yont drusslst "70,000 pounds if a penny. Young, we not, Jeannie?" Cjinpalnt. dyspep-tiidays to a beautiful friends, and the Judge at one daughter often goes with him on theso there is a greater uemanu upon in face formed a marked contract "to Philwarranted. J'vo. D. Paji & rheumatism and f..r It Kach botile Is pretty and coming to the hunt ball, Yc3. Jeannie agreed that the3 had ip's Use Cincinnati. P., and C S B,fTOl2ll-countenance. The time was a visitor at Marshlield. Mr. rides, and her childish prattle diverts .system, and that they are mo.o inad- 4?f oilier ailments.Drug Sox. lth regularity I' , STOMACH .fust the thins:. Attend to me, 'sir. been too much occupied. Bancroft, tho vertcntlv exposed to the inclememies t of fishing the his voung man was somewhat nettled at Webster was very fond oughts. George Formleby all You :ulmit that you are indebted to me Ladv Alcote appeared in due time, his uncle's uncalled-fo- r gtsrs and Dealers . . LYDIA E. rIN.riAlTlo hilarity. onty sport in which he in- historian, who, although ovor eighty, is of the weather, by being turnc I out of ginemlly. for all you possess, or rather might and they departed for the ball. The COMPOUND VEGETABLE seems no laughing matter to me, dulged. While the Judge was his a rapid rider, is a frequent companion: a nrotected or warm barn, after being "It have posesed?" Squire had been found fast asleep in his sir," he said, proud ty, "though it would guest it chanced that a line day for this hut he goes alone a great deal, and milked, into a cold yard orunprotected From llev.B F.I.lers- is a positive cure fok nrr. It I Bank. N. J : The young man bowed assent. easy chair when they were dressed, and annear to amuse vou vastlv. I fail to sport presented itself, of which Mr. W. then his horse understands that speed iield, where they become exposed to a All tlioe painful Complaints viiH troubled wilh catarrh It scrloiulj af- "Then follow iny instructions. Be so had missed Ins desired signt of the perceive the joke in my falling in love was anxious to avail himself. He ac- is expected. Returning a tor an hour's cold, wet, or frosty atmosphere, and and Weaknesses so common iet icu jny Tmce. uao (o oar best night, and devote iinor3. at thp ball nf Ely"s Cream with a penniless girl, and being too cordingly invited the Judge to accomjaunt he dines at seven, and then gives aro allowed to remain until again FEMALK l'OPULTI0X. Ralmdldtheuoric. My devote yourself, 1 say. yourself Lettie was not over pleased when she poor to ask her to mam-- me." The ,up the evening to social enjoyment, wanted for the purposeof being milked. x Ice is tul'y restored pany him in this piscatory sport. rr!fl lIli!,prarlo----fr-. to the 3'oung lady whom I shall tell you beheld Jeannie in the satin; but she t'din) ad lei Is Wit"Penniless " roared the Squire, "and Judge didn't want to go, and tried his and at eleven or twelve o'clock retires the e nf S it tnUli fornnn, IfQlttmatt htallng cut t, r Iliac for rears. One principle cause of chronic ana uaiu am of. Not a word, now, not a word. kept her dissatisfaction to herself, an d who said Letitia was penniless?" d,ttai and tae rtlitj oj We nuTcr handled a he would much 'to his little room, where he works two diarrhoea is the acute form neglected best to get off, itttaimMtadOjtlunuandsofladuscan gladly tntiff. catarrh remrl that even went sofar as to sa3 that sho con"tsut real 13 sir. lne idea is Philip could not say that any one had prefer, with his consent, to pass that or three hours before retiring. .Most ot or improperly treated, and this jm- Birh satisfaction It will cure entirely Ml Orarlan trouble. Inflammaand and .rcmcly distasteful. I don't feel- r s El y's Cream 15a!m. tion "id 11 -- ration. Kalllnir andII.Displacements,adaptsidered tho braid quite as pretty as the exactly committed themselves to the rainy day m Mr. W.'s library among his his messages and other State papcra frequently occurs when the latter is the partleiilarlT Spina) C N O Memon. Ful"Bah!" thundered tho Squire, "beg- embroidery. H. T. the Chanso of life. ed to ton stro't. statement; but it had been very appar- books and papers. Mr. W. wouldn't have been written after midnight, and at. thp. time when tho cow doctor craTimr It remoTes gars can't be choosers, jk'ow go, if "To be sure that dress was to be seven ent from many things the ladies them- listen to him, said he could pass any tthn Htrht, in ilm northwest windows of I i, Cream Ilnlra his..store of nostrums and forstimulints.andirlievMWcaViMWiof the Stomach. ., . . . "s ,:l ZJ7". no pain. Gt res Ileadadi-- s, Nerroas rrtratlon. you like." It cures guineas more. bu nobod3 will know selves had said and done. And in this and as man3' daj-- in the libraiy as ha the White House is often soon burninj- - recipes "to stop tno scouring; :u n and Indt r. .icfatonce. Cleanses General e About a week before the preceding that," she added. he head Causes Kestlou. That feellnsot barins down, rlnt he was right. wlinrn. in fact, when the animal chose, but such a day as that for fishing ,as late as threo or four oVlock in the Is al ways permAnently cured by its use. and bocka-bh al'l'y secretions. conversation, two frfrls, attended by a It was a beautiful sVjht that hunt ball. ja'i s lnflammitlon. Send xamr.toInn.MsiNfftrpamphltL ltersor her constitution so impaired by For it must be confessed that Lettie, might not occur again while they were morning. The President says ho necda has-hamiddle-age- d A thomusn ir lady, of the The old assembty roon at the Falcon having accidentally discovered the mis- at Marshlield. The Judge, as a fast re- 'only six hours of sleep, but generally her attendant that the qualified veteriBill M1. Not n lhjnld or snunv Appitta wim Hio omberty-drese-d Cnpt3'pe, indicative of wo e most tastefully decorated, and the take he was under, had insisted on sort said that he realty could not go, ai allows himself scveu. na for circular. JO cents at drugslrU; by in, should ho sucnarian, now called -- XX6Jcen--"Lad3' Companion," entered the cos- company was the most brilliant that Jeannie helping her to keep up the de- it would spoil his clothes, that the L Tlmt(niitijin of tho ,Uro3iuont- - was. ceed in propping up the falling fabric, nail, ELTf BHOTUERS, Druggists, Owego, 5. T. room of Messrs' Harle3" & West's, the o.tnty could provide. Of course ception. The old Htjuire had noticed hands nio blask suit he tiad on was his frecently called to tho discussion in tho is supposed to have achieved, not what tume manv unm tirnil anil disinclined to in Begent Street. As BLUE FLANNEL Garments d bat and all be had, and that to go fish- newspapers anout precedence in ms the other failed in doing, but merely FEWFoTfWAFiKrl d but was not lost on the There were lovety dresses on the dance, but that could not be wondered nothing;lover it Of Inferior Quality or Goods are that Jeannie wore beauti- ing in it would spoil it. To meet this official rank. He haul ho had not read an ordinary feat, or perhaps not even jpH'lj.' X i i lS II stands. Faiiy-lik- e genuine M'ddlrsex," which ord-- r arrangements of at after such a run. It really didn't ful jewelrv in the evening and Lettie objection Mr. W. directed his servant any of the published article? and did that. "Whereas, should he be so imare sold as the MIdCl'sei. Company. In billowy tulle or Indian gauze; rich silks much matter. All the ladies who had the quietest of ornaments. a certain cure. Kot upstairs and bring down not care to sco them. He had his own politic as to 'undertako the case and months' treatncnl In one package. Oood forTlire S preset mill. The and 'M TIIRMIDDl customer, George to go Cold all Clothing made from oband satins, falling in massive folds; and not aotualh been with the hounds were thst hereafer Fever, Dtalness, the not happen to succeed, it is then said, InIWyHead, Br all Drujrci-t- orHaymail. Ac. The Squire's mirth and Philip's in- the dress in which he was presented at notions about such things, and had SEX STANDARD IXDIGO BLUE FLAN NhLS AJ.D by cents. musi charming constructions in shots or satin much interested in the subject and quite YACHT CLOTHS, sold brail leading delWeri.8tUlnB 11 T. llAZELTLNTE, Warren. Ia. dignation waved apace. Had his uncle court in England, which George did. tained them by studying precedent and "he could not stop a scouring cow." A f urntsh-bear the i SILK if ANGEttS."the goods. by the marvcilloux, to suit the moro slendor read3 to listen to detailed accounts of Agents to a.! parties ordering mau, and one to whom As soon as ho appeared with it Mr. W. the debates upon official etiquette that person should not be precipitate in old pockets. One not been an ever3 one's varied experiences. WEHDELL. FAY & CO., must said: "There, Dot3", is a dress for you; occurred in the Senate soon after the "iving a decisive opinion unless ho be Philip felt AGENTS. MIDD ESEX CnMPANT. "It realty is too good of you, Lettie," gets used to this s3io of conversation he owed much, him down. that he never put it on, and come as soon as . - ofct :17 Franklin SL. foundation of the Republic. Another Hilly acquainted with the disease in its He almost whifered the 3'ounger of the during tho hunting season, and talks haveso knocked his life. can, for we are losing valuable time." little formality to which the President various forms and combinations. Wo VrKcred or no charge, also Trade Mai fc, Labe'e, tc 81 and 8 Worth 1 ChesinutSt.. Ph lad Ipi! a. Boston:! felt galled in tii ljxiro Ciu"iii. two girls. "I never saw FHtli. I"B so "shop ' as complacently and exclusively The Judge replied: "Surety, Mr. has iven some attention is tho proper are aware that there are many modificaW T. llTZGEUAtn. rrncaoc Highest references. "Tho monkeys!" gasped the Squire, as any company of barristers or diletsweet before." ttcmcy at Law, 006 fstreet, Washington, D.C. Webster, vou are not in earnest in what Jori?. .if addressing communications to tions of this disease in addition to tho when he had somewhat recovered hint aS.STAKDATlD. She was a neat little woman, with a tanti. President above. Prairie Farmer. been imposing upon you say that you want me to go fishing the National Legislature. "ST. BERNARD VESETA5LE PILLS.' WAGOFi SCALES, face and soft gray round, child-lik- e was there in gaod time. No- self; "so thev've messages Philip in that elegant suit, and spoil it?" . Cure f'nmltri-n..Heat nrntftlnt. for Liver and Grant used to address his Irea Vmtm. &ieI Brlr-- Brass body as yet knew the extent of his mis- you, have they'." "Yes, I am," he replied; "that is Members of the Senate and Tr Ea sad Beaa EoX. To the The first lady ever placed in chargo and 1 how ?o, sir? asked neu.Iat. Price. S.lc. "Imposing! pray, OF "Well, look about and chod"e," fortune, and he was not ashamed of the at Drneci.ts nr b, mail. Niimiilpa fr.- -. what it has been brought down for." Bouse of Representatives." President of iv telegraph office was Miss Emma SUTJemardPiil Makers, 83IerccrSt.,lIewYork. GfiGHAMTDH and laughed her companion. "You seem matter. He was standing near Philip, bridling up for the ladies when Tho Judge still lingered, when Mr. Haves began his like a stump speech, A. Hunter, now Sirs. Smith, of WesttfSSj JONES - "! rttrrl-ll- t dazzled b3 all the magnificence, but to the door watching the ar- so ugly a word was used. 'THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." ' W., to settle the matter, said to hini: with, "Fellow Citi'cns;" but President chester. It was in 1851. when the lirst Yrir li.t nallo l St adJrtM f BITtWRBS ... "M3 dear bo3';" returned his uncle, "Have no anxiety about iniurinjr the Vrth'ur uses the phrase "To the will soon pass off." that rivals, many of whom he knew. ClaEbaataa, line was built from Philadelphia to that RGim THRPCHSTR' (lorHal!ers The speaker was a strikingty hand- He had quite made up his mind that he rising" and putting his hand on his dres, for to fish or hunt in it is the onlv rwPflMrs I II li UO 1 1 of the United Suites" For this point. Her salary was fixed at fifty sudsome girl, evidently older b3" "two or would avoid the ''gold embroidery" at nephew's shoulder, "you jump to Writ-f(Salted Ihimphlet now be made useful. Could. it Fit i;E Ilia- l. Ohio. he has Constitutionl authority, & Taylor Co., at conclusions. Miss Phillimore way can Washington, Philadelphia, Ro says certain article of that important dollars a year, but was afterward raised three years than her friend, and a great any price. Fortune-huntin- g was too denly heiress."1 I wear it in for in a to S150. At the end of the lirst year contrast A blonde of exceptionalper-fectioby its contemptible an occupation. Just then is Ike Lady AgentsSS.'tsr-New York. Boston or even here ? If I finds that the President is sho was presented with a purse of 5150 S for tne abore lhaToaposlUToremt-Jof and gotx saUrr selling Qneeo City Philip turned deathly pale: then sank did wouldn't evedwty- - laugh at me?" documenttohe of with masses of soft silken hair Lettie and Jeannie made their appear. of th worst k nd -, send messages "To tho ConostrontrtsmrfalthIndeed. etc. SSnrbTebJicur-ldirected HklrtaadtoeLtne f upport-rby the managers for her efficiency, ISYS etSSSahatl T WO BOTTLLS FRCE. toon to his chair, buried his face iD his Siinpi outfit Krw. Addiess CueeB crowning a face that was noticeable for ance. The Judge was compelled to answer gress of the United States."-- 11 ahmg-Io- n d'hc presence of a lady on the line had on tnldUea. to berbVVALUABLSTIlKApK aHrlrew. hands, and groaned aloud. tnVrJrerer. Giro ETPre-aits pure coloring even among beauties Philip knew Lady Alcote and shook affirmatively io the question. Cor. Chicago Inlcr-0-cIU rearlSU. .New Tort. A. he moaned; "they "It is too bad," of her complexion. Stately and glo- - hands with her; but she did not yet "Well, then," he said, "pray what is operators sending vulgar messages to j PHO liil not know what thev were doinj-.- " fair, she appeared taller than traduce him to her charges. iShe e si Addiets it good for but to go fishing in ?" CHICAGO SCALE CO. l &iiXs-cm$Ztach other. The next appointment of i The relations of woman are un-- Cheer up, Phil. I sair before, 'go really was. onatl. Ublu. tioned to him to walk beside her, while 151 Smith Jrfmen Stmt. Chicago, in. This settled the matter. The Judeo doubtedly broadening when many aro this kind was Miss Ellen A. Laughtou. 1 said ,roirSOl Wajton Maile, 8401 An attendant approached her and the party made a solemn circuit of the in and win.' and I say it again ut on the dress, and went fishinc: in devotin'thcmselves with energy to the a bright girl of fourteen, who was given FINE JEWELRY FilrT ! "Little OetectlTe," $3. bead for Price List bowed deferentially. j room. the Squire. to professional the office at Dover, N. II. She is now W.'s court suit, and saved his dr. education and Blchprea2mta everyone to introduce our "I want sometning very pretty in Lady Alcote took up her position at wanted. c0sty ontnv free. Address Sir I" replied tho voung man, "that own. Thus, 3011 see, Mr. SILKS CRAZY PATCHWORK ebster. fr&niuo--. It is well that this is so, for the wife of G. W. Thompson, a leadin lO, 7fl3 JUroa4livay, Vev York. In 50c and Stspacltaees 1CIOO Our 31 cent ball dresses," she said, carelessly. tho extreme end, where there was a is impossible. Had she been penniless ,v;tn his n willingness to there who liavo n "?aU" WO!m'n of New Bedford. Boston Il&r. -t eolors, freo rrompnrrreeatedmaU raelais of t heorder.Eirihrotdt ry SIHcassaiMh.lUTeB.Ot. ".Not too handsome; it is for a first raised dais and some YaleSii-She I could have begged ner to rememoer obliire. bad no objection to appear be- - to marry, and are happier alone. aid. with cTerytl aar JQ cnuntrietu Ainerirmn I I " uever- ball: for my friend here. Jeannie. knew what was dun tn hot ns;tVnn. a mo and to wait but now PatentAeeuey.lM fore England's Queen in the dress pre- - Fasilv troubled people are sometimes Bid them 7J11UVU ami ... . .. r come and consult." n. mnr? usn bn .U..IIW nerpicxed at this state of things, and iiicinnaii. unio. well as to that of thp AtVHU uriiiijj H bn It is cruel,' sir. cruel, 1 say. Wsale RctslLPrlelIM free. GoodssnarM. . rm ,:..., JW - " -- David F. Whitmer, still livinir in Alius v. ; If Jilicteed. BSTKsmwl'T tVabarti ,T,Onlcago. for me, for I cannot. it was decided at the outset that it was with her. 0f t after hjs return home I Harpers 'wonder what will be done for wives and Missouri at U.o ago of eighty, was one FOR UDIES USE. ? must be white. wari. 2. J. "Something shim BUSIXESS COM.EOE, Later on Philip was pleased and stir- Philip preyed his uncle's hand, and Magazine. U. CLFAKB. ta g.sex Street-- Boston. Mass. rnthprs in the future but there is Of the three Witnesses Who in 1S30 pub- Terras Uj. Fosiilocs for grduai:wntc f ordfcatar. m:;i..'nrtnn!.sionfor alarm. The old lished a certificate declaring that the ' unseii 10 nnn nitnt-i- t uau mult, uvsuuic LSlflft suiiucaiuu, mi,H.,....i lu nho -ho ore ine mu uinu uau icwun-- ..nuiu .... . aeket for D1MCICC OO choice kinds. . . kw. lutivum The , reaiy " E. . t Lfittifl WRTPfl icent. rMROICO . all flimer mlo 'irMmrnf ii 873 A. K. t uuu tho Canadian Pacific Rail- luc siirnri.se. was runniU!! wjiu au mc ot tne uupyv iiuiiid uw nnwiv saw an acgol camo down with the gold - "JXvidi OOnBPBV.OrlglnatlBtl'lorUtJ'arls.Me. ' , V. rials disdainfully. "Pretty." tho ad- - : Lady Alcote knew of his distress Paltemi 1b Va-- y ' tosvard tho bar- - road is finished, the builders and man- - ideal or.lv- duties will niwavs ica-- i ait en book vbich Joseph of his long legs . ..w. - t .. sr, ... Bt KeBti-- -. about, wi" . raitted, "but I mean to give you some- - begrudged him even one icks. of womna mon, pietendotl to interpret. st. Lorn, acrs of that road will .own that WANTED KAAt, tUlMM others, unlil the very nature A1ENT SfiESr-K- in theDo,ni0n u ijcbaBg10'"""'1" t -thins substantially useful. Jcannie.'' thrJheirW He ffito ly with rhilm Twyford on oven-thinThe sldamer raJ, tfttf U d8oia,d, Ua, and tb.re s U. worA . th tbgught Rsd UrSl He Ibowd Jfel Jo m I The Hickman Courier. old, but he could out of satin mapar1 'J" ?l - mm-wilta.-- ""-- - VndnEJtofst "" ""frr;." lioor. ou reauv mo lu fllJ!"! school-girl-lookin- .S& ":T"71 rJ th ManenUa mail - Everyday Life of the President. FARM AD FIRESIDE. li htmr ,,...: good-bye jdW re.' -. - r, 1 S? VouSfH I Elf-loc- u'esKor t w.-.- a. g st Phill-imor- e, s e o wind-swep- to-da- y- Child-worl- d - f V. crow-bars- punc-tillioi- ts - s s r m e - Od W.n,n MERVEJ I I I w- 1 1 ! -- d 1 0,1.-,-;..- ., ;'"f-..rtr..'!.- rr; :;": Can-on.- " jyj . lire-plac- e, fire-iron- Dr-Robe- rt foot-stoo- l, VSCQR, wash-hous- e, e, health asMHRna-aaKMEa- ed ANDLIFE w nt SCOTT'S Goca, Beef ana iron d-i- r n Xcr-sa- w - '3Irn:rr -- h, sup-los- law-suit- s. m - m u POTASH -. s th-f- k, top-boo- ts cross-eouztr- m t." t. - -- Fer Pain! : '' fSBKSi H 0 pls-t- er " e; 1 PLASTER Isea-c- rHii HOP u " k, ! aa a bt-i- j?ffl mmrM f fill- re-ec- u 3-- . -- J,ufcw-- b' - BACK - ear-lin"- ,- dFi lliacigrr j ani-;m- al fffiSTCITEM' pn-i- fl ss good-lookin- g, et 1 Wm perf.-c- t A egeta-Ll- e lliir-Jcstor- er wbc-j- 1 Klo-s- y woe-bego- no L out-do- or CatarrH i i)ur-v- - T1 cnn-iae- nt -j, n-,- Faintne--.Flatu1-n-- y, ovli-inst- J -- , s . can-'-i .t.r d Depre-i-- can-to- e. -- sharp-feature- --' 5Mic;rot'J -r rem-tcr-- d. s XX. NOTICE. keen-sighte- tj B Ea-Tl- o u-- c. s. -- PATE NTS M-i1 . RPTT-TV- S-- C3-e- iiyEB; .. -- JONES 5 TON E; SGO h-J3-1- Con-cre- ss V -llO toslls-ctlonan s. or -. Mansfl-k- n, CONSUMPTION. y ei r-- -- ! j. ' T mo-sh- " j , - , Jewel-ry.A- s? on -- I well-know- arm-chair- s. I n ... -- j . , -- ,. wh-ot- I ".TfJUIXC r tIU b- k IlrfTro--ct&oMywre.7rhole-- Ul la. -- J ! ; x. r:,l ti - u u, t. MfiJ-lSISreSS- -- K-- Mink uMtwj.t , B( ra t - Tfc g -- -- owfln-afw?u- '' BlItK.-- ;, ''''. ! Jfir r-- JTl a4js-aaa--,- w ail a tit&&t,V'A ? iMK'" jHalfilfil 5? -.- aaasaBaBaaaMai-a-agaa-- "mWmmmKjki JjRBaw Igy-SJS- J rtW-Ss- L. - .w j&aK &Z&Ge$&FE5&xi. jtfSZ -- 5 Ji. :s&jmzk Utta 'SZj'isSiSSSteKS " 3 l! i ot' itf (iiohcu laconic in iiiekmsn, as'ii road 1'! u. .., i.i.;hcalth t.ha!I ' is BI)ei.V ti uc ot, Mane The Louisvillo Exposition is a ???,. wit); i twi-hfrom ti.e littk-Sta- r of pa.. let- t;f tbi- - months and maii.-taicertainty. The entire amount ' "'"""s, tho Liij-hcrttt a't me vomttny is necessary, 200,000, has been sub- - ",u ,C"P-'on both side of all approachgood U VI es to .r;?;,'pr; UlLBIU ecriueu. h"""i .' .. ,;. balks in any part. whil $ko or mv,'- - ! t;:;- - ;.ri. m ..II i,, u . tk oi This Legislature has flooded chestra was and the State by school districts, pre- enjoyed quitesimply spleotp. dra- other to, L in; enter or jru upon as much as ft cincts and corporate limits, with matic presentations. Dufflig tJio the line.-- ? ri!roadh so opoiatrd owned, a t long sound fence local option laws. wenk they played the "Littlf Duch andsuch of heights and material as xou cuu save 2b percent in prjci, and ess," "Hazel Kirk," "A1K Pools to prevent cattle or other stock f ?L,nt in quality by buying FURN'I- - j Day," and "Divorced; or EDetand on such fills or hemS We" embankments, alul at the end of E.T. GARDNER'S. Yiewed as a company the Cou-crectod, there The willipus wallanus new kieii auneres to tlie opinion mat ionces so and maintained shall bo e erected cattlo xoad working-machincost $S5. it is decidedly the best tiat has With this implement one man and! appeared in Hickman fo many four mules can do as much work years. f stock crossing the same as ten teams. Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of An Editor' Trili.it . Mr. & Mrs. n. A. Tj-le-r and Tiieron P Kcator, Editor of Ft. Wayne. said railroad to construct aud . children are spending several I nd.t "Gazette," rite: "For ibpast'Sve maintain on both sides of all cuts weeks in iJew York City, and ex- years have always used Br. King's New or excavations such fences as are Discovery, coughs of pect to sail for Europe about the acter, as for as for tho-i- wot se fere char- provided for in the first section cf a milder typo. wU hereof, and at the ends thereof 1st of June It never fails to effect a gjeetly cure. M cattle guards as are proviB. D. Thomasson has sold out friend. to whom I hare iscoinmendetl it suchfor in tho first section hereof. epeak of it iu bbiius high emu Having ded his entire stock at Maiden, Mo., betn cured by it of every cogh have hai Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of I and will return to .Hickman, to fir five year?, I consider it th onjy reliable said railroad to erect and maintain resumo position in tho firm of and sure cure for Cough, Cott etc." Call at both ends of all tunnels such atFor'une'sDrugStorf anJge a Free Trial cuttle Jas. Gorman & Co. guards as are provided for Bott'c. Large Size SI 00. Tildcn and Blaine lead in in the first section hereof. Michigan, and so it would bo with Sec. 4. Any railroad company Good gravel roadsv would be the rauk and file in every State in of incalculable benefit tojliefarm-cr- s failing to perform any of tho du- hi u uiuuu u. u iuil wij'icbaiuu. uu anu mcrcliautVof PnftoircouiF "ties herein required shall, upon in influenced by outside considera- ty. Tho gravel is in oar hills and dictment and conviction in any tions could be bad. along the river in sufficient quan- - court having jurisdiction, be fined A full and complete line of BUY AN ft. titles, ngnt at our doors, u we will in any sum not less than $10 and These roads' will cost not evcecdiug $100 for each BROWNScelelTaiedcimom made SHOES use it. for men, boys, ladies mte, and children. 3To man has yet invented fence, and each day that said du- The beit in the United State, mid at pricea any plan to avoid the cost part of ties are unperformed shall consti will compete nith any make of Goods in thtcountry. such enterprises; butit can be tute a separate ollenso. the Sec. 5. This act shall take efso divided by letting the cost fall, U. BUCHANAN. in twenty year payments, as to fect from its passage. Our people are just now more make it coinpanitivelytlight. Priti. . .n. I'a I Fees. interested in farming matters, gar- vate companies, vithprivileges, den truck, and "business," than can build these roads, 5r the counGoorgo Bliss continued histes-timon- y thoy are in tlie tariff, Til den's ty can build aud own them and e before tho Springer health, Grant's favorite, or any- keep them free. These roads will at Washington. Ho testithing of that kind. be built some day. and why not fied that his relations with the o the com- Star-rouformally ceased build them now, and Ckotlttcis! ClUttunc! ('lotting! ing generation help pay for them I last tweek. cases examination Tho was A prand in thi line, from the cheap-e- t then procoeded with, as follows: to the i..ot nobby. In this line I can The present session of tho "What was your entire charge !" ; care you from one to fourdol'sn-asni- t ''Fifty-nin- e Legislature has been rather along thousand five bun II BUCHANAN. one, and it has dona .absolutely died and thirty-tw- o dollars. Of Elder J. B. Moody, of the nothing, and yet flicy propose this amount $4,312 was for expenBaptist, and Elder J. SSweeney, having an adjourned Session com- ses, and about 3,000 is still unof the Christian church, are to mencing in the fallauitcontinuing paid." certain theological questions probablv through tho entire win"Gibson says you got $150 a Tlic.pOpldeare to day." at May field at au early day, gays ter Of lSS-i-5- . tho Mayfield Democrat. biauic for making Mraiazard se"That is not truo. My bills covlection of members Men are ered groator periods than ho reckiiiuor i'leuuug ueuvereu a picked up and sent tfithe Legislecture Sunday night last to tho lature who are nofeconversant oned." mauy men did you con'How young ladies, and next Sunday with the questions nnU duties per- vict naked Representative Fvau. night he lectures to the young taining to tho position and hence "Only two-men. Ho had a large audience nothing is accompanied. The "Were they punished ?" last Sunday night, .and wo hope trooble is it takes sos&ral months "No, sir." "trill have again. after they are sworn iuto educate "Did you collect any money for Two Oooil SJarcn for sale, not some members, and SpniG are in- the Government with beenrityr capable of recvrajjjfthe educa"So, sir. I've not gone into Jt. R.S MURRKLL. tion. j the insurance business.'' "Would yon charge for SunMarshal Keely, of Fulton, Wrjrl?nnrkHbloReeoTery. day V7 Mr. Springer inquired. brought down two new boarders WiHingif Mr. for the county jail, Tuesday, Spen- Vich , Geo ;V "iy wifeM Unnche ter I "I thiuk my bills will bhow tha ht-aim i. rit charged for Sunday. I know I cer Dunly, (white) for carrying con- helrl-- i i r tire years, m lle t'ii lit worked on Sunday." cealed weapons, aud Tom Fields, xu! I not turn over in Iwdjiloix Shi-1- ; . "Tij.it Is probably why you did n- -i ' i v (col.) on the charge of pettit lar- two iJot - of EWotri fhtt-rs- . luiiL a. proved, that h Jgsblc now to du not succeed," eald Mr. Springer. ceny. l:.r ow w irk " "Whose fault do yon think it tieetric Bitt-r- n wiM do& 'kat i c'.a'm was thai there was uo convicVovtJ:-NWovrnies! ed for them Huitdrec of iMtimanu!- tion ?" uked Mr. Ft, a a. A mssniScent linof Udies Dress floor' ra OtN Lif ir k ea' cn'a'Utt aii H "I think it was the fault of the PfibJirfuaa?6giJiiyg"' . t" tk UfesMfc Tiruif Kt re - sr-- rrsatizs-. lmMrvHiio'i. ComItallrontf I'vucr I.au. pany h:K i,o a dt.liMii.jrthpHK-lvf earful sea disaster llo-isThe la.t week passed Another by .nian uitator go rs thid to&Afc enrred last k. &d the iullowiujj bill: Six deaths occurred recent vuic uivmei ver drowned. OnlyO'ot Try " r Uht ly in the Rcelfoot neighborhood, houses tMT. 1. All iailru.d opnH'iW's nean'r JUS ll'OMli' IK au esuii)- il.e . holt list of passengers- ami ... . i nii.Mi i !.... v rr w jt itiii , li.it i railf say3gytJ'UiyityC3pagigftaMft-g-'TT7'- s i i- "5L2 -a r.- -.' LOCAL NEWS. I JJ J - WiH-am- s Di-i.siHti- c .. lyrrioj njuu. n - i rm paiTfr is x. j.hi -,- .- TTTT1 ., - -. .. ,t' oc-vee- k, F-SaSi -- ! -- Wi M5 LISSjipBB! HiJ TV I! i iiiiiim . wti iiuiiii j, iriiiii Tiinnni eiLia. i ...- -. .. -. f t - n J y fXoprixMirao j v i j y. oom-mitte- lt di-p- weie Raved. The Beart-rfinuing accounts of the fearful stnV" tn this, the beginning of the third season of our successful business les of the unfortunate fPOWJ" career in your oj tho- fhincr tO tlie miUt. we our store aclunllv T ..... OH l It :IO .vahiflll 6 "ew and fresh Goods and erect von with nil rfoprrintions. acerflowlna with ....:" VJ1 j ..-- novoh.ii of Our Stock is '"" "'O1"deiTftp. t,ul The shin, V 'a'7v than heretofore, having added new lines. '.? ollilriuii mtk! i rktflfl VOSflGl H "wc cau vou all the new and latest shades in Dress Goods, Trim- . ' was on a rock, and iullc- "ngs, Buttons &c, to match. in a few minutes after the ac&iIn llamberg and Swiss Embroideries, Silkforchon, and Cotton Laces dent. ... . " .u iriend in tlma of noert. k our line is simply muffnijieent. ? " t,l2e with on e o onirm In lli r.m. at Ilia nn..1 Bent selected Stoeka of Goodg eter brought to Hickman, and at I'ri to He have something that will interest you in our Carpets, Oil Cloths, tlie LsrP"1 Jlui'Meii' Arnion Salic. that wouia surprise you The Be9tSai ve in the work! for Qjk-- . r,,e? W'ndow.SHade8 aml Lhcc Curtnm Department. Bruiaes, .orw, Ul', SH Khenm, Tefer It is impossible to describe a stock so large and varied. It needs but to 3Ci GPISHEIEIISJ" Sort's, Tetter Clipped Hand- -, ChUkfe"?. he seen to be appreeiated. You can always rest assured of a hearty Kent'orns nd j! Skin Eruption. nl pj" In Clothing, they take the lead. Can sell yon a good serticeable Suit for S4 t30 and tucky welcome aud courteous treatment. Below wo givo you aowof our 54.60, nd from those ti'ely cte l'il-f.- or no py required- pricslo 525, which is the most dressy and beit made Suits eter i guaranteed to prices on different articles, and you may rest assured they are bottom: brought to this market. pwf'Cl 25 cents Pr or nioner r'fundrd Pric Ped Ticking, at 10c per yard worth loc. box For Sale at FORTUNE'S DrugSlMc. 33CA.TS. Cotton Plaids, at 7c per yard worth 10c. Tbey nreeellin-- r a fine Dress rial for SI 75 thel cannot be bonpht elsewhere for a Worsted Dress Goods, 6c per yard worth 10c. President Arthur is an Episcocent Jess than $2 75 and S3.00. Will sell you a pood soft Fur flat for 51 .'25 tp 51.50 Ginghams, Gc per yard worth 10c. Secretary palian, as aro also the posiltTelj can't be bought in Hickman for less than 52.00. Towels, all Linen, 10c (big drive) worth 20c. of State and tho Attorney General. Secretary Folgcr is a broad-gaug- e Lurtam, (big drive) 20c per yard worth 3oc. Secretary Carpeting, 20c per yard worth 25c. Presbyterian. AsforShoe, thy have tho greatest variety. AVill sell you a first class Full Stock for Chandlor is a Unitarian. Secreta51.00; you can't touch it elsehcro frr leas than S1.25 and 51.30. If you want to Lamora Cloth, all shades 10c per vard worth loc. emile and feel good, just step in and inspect their Plant's Custom Hand sowed Shoes ry Lincoln attends tho PresbyteTable Linen, 25c per yard worth 35c. is . variety of styles in French Calf and French Kid; they are a nail in the cofSn of rian church, as does also PostmasWhite Counterpanes, 75c well worth 1.00. all competition. They can fit your baby, your boy, your wire, or anybody else, in any ter General Gresham, who, it is Handkerchiefs, hem stitched border, 5c worth 10c. kind of a shoe you may want. Any kind of a Shoe, from 50c up to the best Hand sewed stamp, said, is of tho orthodox FrincbKid Ladies Collars, 5c worth 10c. while Secretary Teller is a MethTO THR LADIES thoy have only to look through onr Stock to be convinced that Children?, ladies, and mens Shoos at 50c, 75c, and SI. 00. PLAUT'S is the place to buy anything tbey want, nnd at prices that Iy all competiodist of tho Itocky Mountain qualDont fail to see our mens Fancy business suit for 5. Its a STUNJFElt. tion in the shade. Will sell you a genuine Kid GIjto for 50c, can't bo bought iu the ity. Kxchtmgc. On all brands of Calicoes and Domestics, ournriccs for this sprinc are town foi a cent less than $1.00. A handsome line of Lacs Curtains: also the Oil, with sTTp-i- J 'Alio sciioolmiiBtyV i th Btentroller attached. iugpa liUtejfMcr than these goods have ever been sold for heretofore. posou to uo auroaitan wsrritnnc-diat-Yc would earnestly iWuMftTfBraamlinTlS cost OARIPIETS. locality when tho following you nothing to look, and we will take pleasure inshowmgyou our Goods incident occurred. An old ncjro and prices. You will most assuredly save some money by buying of us, As for Carpets, you have only to see their selections and you will say they can't be equaled in 6ye, beauty and low prices in this country. and his son called on the oditr,of A great bai,a-Awaits you at their lOe counter, for on it aro goods that cannot be a newspaper. "I wants my sm and a ''dollar saved, is a dollar made. Remember the place, the famous touched elgewre ror e89 tj,an 20c per yard. Don't think we are blowing, but tor work in yer office, saiv" low price house of come and be coijnced. We will take pleasure In showing you through and price "What can he doi" "Oh, at fut our goads. ho kain't do nuthin' but cdidk your paper; but arter awhile, 8s when ho inrns mo souse, ho ken the Low Who black your boots and sweep (U flo." - xox Commissioner Evans has written a letter in regard to tho W .& in collecting debts from tho employes of the government, their M3 dadb salaries not being attachable. He says, while he does not intend to Uie friend make his office a collection bu WE announce to our of all and of public generally, that we hnvo just received stork imroen kinds of parties wish Furniture renu, ho shall regard persistoijt ing ft bur. "We can !how all styles of Furniture in and solicit the trade Also, a fine line plain and fancy. refusal to pay honest debts as f causo to recommend v oi-r- - V' IVI ' 8lb itSByS' 1331 iti I mMi tgw S.HSSS.EES '2 i'jjr S3 it I AK?LD FEIEKD IN TIME.GEJBEKD! it &a o .i & i . V- - ii.,' -- J - ,t see" h?,5is . si5ecw!Ecaa - THE OLD s-- ...... CJ3&OGCU.SSr3i.. , itis-faflti- HATS. HATS. HATS. -- o OAEPETS. OAEPBTS. n Made Prices? PLATJT BUGS. CO. difli-cult- y EgJj Good Wi! it suf-ficie- din-missa- l. dc-"ba- tc A f to meet in convention, at te ui o v i;ivii: 'umi P. M., Saturday, April 19. 1881. E. Cask, I kuiui-uuiicir. Tho Republicans of Falto county, are respectfully request Rcpnlillenn ( ont) Coneiitltu$ y'&QLIiSJg'S Sa T. P.- rcMJruR We pfpTO to make our price to suit the spirit of the times. Tou can rest assured yoa neei nerer lea re our hauee to look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell as leu as any retail Furniture eiore i tke 'Purchase. Verv rsspectiuUr, WILBUHN & CO. Also ? " Chairman Rtpublican Connty Cfyp-mitte- e. I f the meeting of the convention his been changed from the 12th to tie 19th instant. It will be seen that tho day fir Fellows building. JfcvAll kinU of Kc..iirinjr done on short notice, nnd in a workmanlike style. we are pre pa i ed to give special inducements as 5sT"$.r in nv CXId IfllflMill '.V -- m Gcntractors and Builders of Houses. - - H0 YE FARMERS! TJ JL3STZ3 i- f 1 i i' n GET. p-- U- 3Hiff Ewfcr-'wfef'W- i f - I Fm, Parasols, & wear. 11: :hief57 Xewfiiylcun a! af tbo abo r e Good and at prices iow: tSan Call and ee them H. BUCHANAN iti er Tho first number of the Tadu-ca- h Daily SbnuUrJ is on our tablo. It is a well printed sheet, and its editorial matter cleverly written. Iu politics it essays the role of an independent, with democratic proclivities. A Union coanty prisoner sen tenced to GO days hard labor ou tho connty roads has twice torn all his clothes from his body, to avoid being carried to work. The Sheriff now proposes to handcuff him and take him along anyhow. Tho Bov. W. T. "Boiling, for several years pastor of tho Hickman Methodist church, is now on the editorial staff of tho St. Louis Methodist. Ho is an eloquent speaker, and if he writes like ho can talk, his editorial success is assured. for the benefit of Fulton county, we understand, gives tho people another vote on the existing law, and is in response to petitions from this county. Tho election will oc- Tho local option bill introduced in the Legislature last week, Jklay 15. Coukier. See tho advertisement in this cur at the regular August election. Work on tho new Hickman Furniture factory is progressing reasonably well, the brick wall of the main building being nearly completed. Tho front to this now factory is G0X202 feet, and .the L will bo roomy. They hopo to have it completed and running by A :Sr.Tvalkibsch ww in Hick-ma- u several davs thisnroek to organize Circle of Literat ure. Messrs. Grace & Myn-derof Humboldt. Teifn are tho originators of the ideaSand "they propose to organize aOircle or Society in all the to wnf- - possible, and to supply each SocUity with a library of choice books. yFor instance, if a Circlo has lflmembers it will receive SO books'a quartor, or 320 volumes a year. rTho cost to each member is .L a year. He has selected as agent or librarian for the Hickman Circle, Mr C. H. Wilson. Marriage license were issued yesterday, (Thursdaj) for tho solemnization of the marriage rite between Mr. F. M. Oiark, conductor on tho M. 5; O. Bailroad, and Miss Pattie Alexander, young est daughter of W. L. Alexander Sr , of this county. The bride he-loners to one of tho oldest, most honored and respected families of this county, and is herself one of societies finest jewels. Slay the choicest blessings offearth and heaven attend the happy couple. Gravel roads can be built in Fulton county at an average cost of $1100 a mile. A good gravel road from Hickman totPulton can bo secured for say $22,000, and twenty year bonds at (Something over $1000 a year will secure the amount. What do yon think of it? Will Hickman pay and tho county Fulton one-thir? It you nave an idea, for or against, write it to tho s, one-third, d, jury." distinctly that I never charged more than 100 a day, except, possibly, when the trial was being conducted, leoiuidcritn mighty poor day in liew York when I don't get $100. Donnan B. Eaton said to mo the other day : 'They are finding fault with your fee.' For years before I gave up practice iu 2sTew York I did not think of 'leaving tho city without chsirg-m- g $100 Continuing, Bliss said: "I say IlarTest it rear at li&ud, and it is to pi so. i.ut crJ' - for Harvest Macnijr err t an tar day, in or.l.r 'ha! yiu iuv The c babiluie net what jou want for ISii.drr the presi thai the ""vW-., it will In? t.jlI fjrtori will not able to out p y (he ovniand. l'rioes to Linden prvi I rtI'.oid thi year. wvtt-in- g W would be plj(ii to have tl. ny thing in the Agricultural line tail We rejmfccnt a to Me us before buying. number of first cw factories and handle nothing hut tlie heat Machinery and knowing that (lie Inst isalvrna the cheapest. We will mike a liberal jftridt) ftAple-menu, r) ikm& a sa-ar-S! rs? kSi CS EJ JSkJhB.ssvejJL "SJL-eSs- . of our coinnimmoiis to each purchaseta, and easy trms to ime pun well known ami We are agents for a day." & Fwguwn popular factories, .Manufacturing Company's Tbretshsr., Engines, (.Attn Shollers. baw Mi Ha. fUon Uiiw, .; litu SonV Llurago Threshers Snginen, Sic ; C. Aultman &. Co'a. world renonneu and popular Harvest Maeliineir .Hinders, Keajmra, Mowers, Thrtghers, -- hnr. te Kinga'and An An fttl Scnndnl. From Tmu- - SilUng. one-third- i mi paper of Fritz Schraider, the best Will Not man, as hundreds oi his old pa trons are ready to testify. Ho has roatiuicLBUocmaicciLCYeE ui jliick.- - -- fg ir r and material now on hand, and respectfully solicits a share of tho public patronage. "A great Spectacular and Musical .Festival" is to take place in the exposition building in Louisville beginning May 12th and lasting three weeks. There will bo an orchestra of 50 picked musicians, 400 people on the stage, and a ballet of loO. Tho stage is tho largest ever used in America. The educational bi 1 which appropriates eleven millions dollars to bo distributed among the States in proportion to illiteracy, passed tho Senate of the United States M onday by 33 for to 11 against. The political parties divided on it. Senator "Williams voted for it, and Senator Beck, not voting, though ho was against it. . a largo stock of the best leather Mr. Wimberly, editor of tho Ca-dl- z T61epif6nc7tciiH-- s thnt- - jTuigo Grace has authorized him to say in the Telephone fljat under no oirc.nmstaiices will 5e be a candi date for Congress this year, that he does not wish jus friends to speak of him as a probable candidate, that he cannotaccept a nomination if given hfmetc. Princeton Banner. . le "Why, la, Mrs. Jinks, have you heard the news ?" "Xo, Mrs. Brown; do toll me, for I am dying to hear." "Well, you know 1 never gossip, my dear V "Of course not; I do not think it right to talk about one's neighbor's affairs. But what is the latest? Of course wo tell each other what is going ou." "Why, you know Col. Jonos' honso is near to ours, aud we can see right into their side windows. Well, would you believe it, I actually saw him kiss his wife this morning before leaving tho house." "You are sureit wasn't tho hired girl!" "Xo, I could see her plain enough. I know they have had a terrible row and wero making up. Tho idea of a man kissing his own wife, aud before everybody, too." "Yes, dear, it is an awful scan- dal coodby," and Mrs. Jinks hurried off to see her friend Sirs. Smith, aud tell her about tho big row, and how Col. Jones nearly killed his wife. HmntM'oxnt Clinton. ery and Implements. Our line of Groceriea is complete, and of the best quality. Headquarters for Flour, at from EOc to 51 00 "Kir barrel lets than any house in town; rlour pure and unadulterated Pol of all kindi, for Stock. Please call and bee us, and make .your wants known, snd vou will oblige truly, POWELL & BKOTIIEK. Hickman, Ky , April 11, 1SS1. Engines &c., &c; also D. M. Odburne & line of popular Harvest Machinery--- i heir Binders "that beat them all alikr; Uoezier wheat ami corn Drills, Sulky Hay Rakci, (nothing better in this line); ilren-n- nn & Co'e. Wheat fc Corn Drills, Ssrgbtim Machinery, Corn Shellets, Thrshers, &c; and manv others too tedious to mention. Wc keep in stock a general assortment of Pious, Cultivators, &c- - In a word, wcare prepireu to lurnisu, on snort notice, anyr thing wanted in the way of Farm M&chinr LV-fine THE FINEST, THE LARGEST, THE CHOICEST, THE PRETTIEST, THE CHEAPEST, THE MOST .STYLISH, THE MOST DURABLE, THE MOST FASHIONABLE, THE BEST SELECTED AND THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LOWEST PRICE EYER in. jvi i. gpe now in tlieir new building, atthcir old stand, and are receiving- the lai'gbsfr assorts - V. ment of 3S2t7 1TSS ever brought to Hickman, which we hamt, bought for strictly cash, and will be sold low down, and very bought Hickman. "We invite all to come in and see that our mm are exactly as represented and we will sell them at prices that will give satisfaction. r- & & CHEAP FOR CASH. Give us a call before purchasing else where. I have now ready for delivery, Cabbage Plants, Tomato Plants, Colfleur, Kgg Plants, &c; and will bo ready within 20 daye to supply the country with Sweet tlais for Kale. FIRST TO RETAIL T SI liif I xjm: -- J. W. GORMAN mB -- & CO. a J. 'W. COWGILL, A. X - Potato Plants. THOS. McMAHAN. Hickman, Ky , April 11, 1881. OB 3R I3ST niiTK mwmmi patent -- FASBIIO&AiSXiS JRS-il n CanaiUati. Oftlio Eiuall-pocases named last week four have since died. x Sk?J'5B'--J "i? "K?J a The Governor has nominated Dr. J. C. McRoynolds, of Todd county: Dr. W. L.13reyforlo, of Jefferson county, and Dr. J. A. Lucy, of Woodford" county, for members of tho State Board of Health. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. IIxckkax; KysAuril 8. 1884. . Packet Company are out with cheap excursion rates for thoso .desiring to attend tho approaching festivals at Cincinnati. Tho dramatic festival commences April Slst, and tho musical festi-'f- l May 21st, each continuing six days. For rates, &c, apply to Capt. Jas. Overton at tho Hickman wharfboat. The Memphis & Cincinnati Council met Present, JHyor McCutch en, Councilmen Beckman, French, Moore, Shaw and Witting. On motion the raiding of the minutes of the last meeting was dispensed wMi. The following accounts vrere presented, DTopcrly approved, and on motion allowed: Street pay roll for work ending March l 39.93 29, .. . . u "::y Apr. 5th, 52 90 75 Removing hogs, . On motion Council adjourned Muse & Shaw have hist received ' 3- S?0 a large assortment of Plows, con sisting ot the lamous ooutn uena Chilled Plow; A VKEEY'S World Renowned Plows Chilled and Steel, ofall descriptions. Also, the ROELKER Plow, which cant be isuJ l&gl jM! beat. These Plows will be sold Democrat. 25 ner cent, chcancr than ever sold ATli C C. in Hickman before. They also keen Dr. Eobert Gale, SuperintendMllET. ent of tho Anchorage Asylum, on hand a large assortment of Gear nZ.utc wnrrsp. iriS nERV RRHRVIT.V RVl.AltOEn. RRPfTTRn. nRFURNISHED 1r. Tilden weighs 125 pounds, was quietly married iu Louisvillo ing, Harness, ana satiaier,fio oe 1 thnrnuffhlv renovated. Convcnent to river and railroad, and attenti and runs up stairs with tho agility last week to Sirs. Sue Bryaut, of sold cheap. Give thou a call, be watch.nd kept and, altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section. S of a cat. rXhis iKtho latest boom. Eloomfield. fore purchasing. II. JE. TUKNJEIt, Proprietor. 1 M.X the youug man Peyton, on the Hales farm. Luther Franklin, Prof. Daniel and Mr. Suggett aro convalescent aud will be well in a short time. !No now case has occurred in town since our last report. Several new cases have developed in tho families of tho colored people beyond tho city limits where tho disease first and some will doubtless die. Every member of Jesse family, his wife and seven children, aro down, but aro beinir tended by a small-ponurse. Qnarauitiuo is still maintained over tho premises where tho disease is known to exist, and this precaution will bo observed as lung as mere is aanger. naue approach of warm weather and tho fact that no now eases of tho di sease have occurred in town for more than ten days, stronsrhthoiis the belief that the scourge is at an end as far as the town is conWo hopo SO. CVinfon cerned. ap-pearo- d, viz: Tom Whaync, Alex. Lawson, George Clay's wife, colored, and corner of Xsscow SHOP. North AVeand Troy ATenucs. En.-- Hickman, Ky , AT WHOLESALE PRICES You can depend upon finding any thing in my house that is SSyutisfaction guaranteed. kept in a first class FURNITURE STORE. April. -t t PloikaSa mjTlmm $MMm - -- ,aiM 5.ifi For Sale, for all Both ore A ease Ll. For cash, or approved notes, WoiSi mule. purposes, first-cla- si work, saddle, family anim'l Also, 3 ho. 1 2 Marei,Kod or brood. A No 1 BEDSTEAD A Tip Top PANNEL CHAIRS por Sett, jpr Xcf.( 15 -- J wfm. lB S& SL20 ...$1.76" -S- ( BED s....-.- L. DbMONTUODRT. H V l Ij. KJij, ......... ............ 2.35 SG.50 TOILET ARTICLES .. ...$2.50 Hickman, Ky., April 11, 1SSL Law-son- 's I Mil! IS! I. x No Need of Going From Home to Buy Your Plows, .20 Gardner's pcrferated CHAIR SEATS,.. MATTRESSES 93c. $1 tio, $10 and other Maes it same rates: FEATHER BEDS and PILLARS, 40c per pound. I am also agent for the Light running Diamond Sewing Ma P. chine. N. B. T also have tho Guest line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to Customers politely served. on short notice. Hickman. I PEAR NO COMPETITION. AS MY GOODS 0UTS1ILNE 'ALL OTHERS. THEIR BRIGHTNESS LAST WHEN ItIV A LS FADE AWAY. Don't forget the place, on the opposite corner from Plaut Bro'e. & Co., under the 2ew OtVl. tO ............................, .........i................,,.....,., sssss 250 &c, IT to, to. j ' Preecriptions filled at any hour, IS' hairs-where :K::MUm' &c--to- ay or nighL Ring nighty bell after 10 o'cloo "W. A. HENSON. Cstrny Sollce. Strayed from my home, in Madrid Bend Tcnn , abant tbe 12th, of December last one Bright Bay Mare, heavy built, 14 hands high, no white about her except a tne saddle rubs, three few gray small dents in the left side of her neck; she is about 8 or 9 years old. Also at the same time one MocaE Colored Mark Mdie, 15 hnnds high, 6 years old, has white nose, no other marks except gear marks. Any information concerning tho above stock will be thankfully recemu anil liberally rewarded, A. W. Hurd DARSALt, Lake County, Tenn. 1 Respectfully M, Jl.kJLiU. .,c uu u ran uciuiu uuviul ICVtlJllb CSrJlIJilt.? H & HOUSE, DENTIST, EIGKMAK, KENTUCKY, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. -- Wishes to inform the public generally, he is fully prepared to do all kind of Dentistry. Parties wishing further information, will please call.atmy Office, first door west of Laclede House, J Main. that A PRIZE. Head nix tenia for pottage, nd reeetro free, a cotly box ot good whkU'JwIH help all, of eltter mx, to more raonay right axsy than auyibiBg abo-lntlu thi worlu. Fortunes ault ta wurker. sare. At oac addrws Tccis X Co., 1 iuutl., .. -- & - -- v J ' ft. "r ?5 1 i ' 'I! h- - -- !" t A r- jrarp do a I r fliB . ,j-- . - ifis . X" " --MS 7 and the maker of Low Prices, lias. returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of New Goods ever brought to Hickman. Ticcnly Per Cent Cheaper than any liouse m this Western country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Gall and examine Ooocis and prices. . UilliU --U UJaWJJL.lL-UliO)J.J Iwill sell A these Goods T iiij.iiii JBUUHAJNAJN. 6R.AT gVy.gtfS CAUSE Im iiiiiiiim i msuaj,.. iiijLmi..'iLi,.'jm!ifc u i. wijjuj.uxj-y- ! !! ujmmuljmh ii nn " ' IHBHKKK-U- ? xmx. xunuebsuo uiuuuuuvkurs creet declaration that hePaU not thusiastic meeting, largely attendfor are to hold their State Convention spoken with tho representing the unaninearly four years, thatjRo ' would ed, and at Nashville, April 21th. mous sentiment of Lake county, m- not care to hit at table-Ki- t" and that he is not desiroas of see- - Tonn. Tho following proceedings Old Ben Butler ought to be Bent as minister to Germany. He ing or engaging in coaorsation wore had: with him at prcoeii5?",?,'(S OnMmo'tionrtDonnlds.on,,J. Q. VW---Sfl3 Uviug American that D'inOcrat. ITarriH, P. C. Blundon, R II:7F--, can copo with old Bismarck. The "snlit" in ffi Republican flu and J. S. Coates, were appoint be permanent. ed a committee to draft resolupany promises SnNATOR Beck opposes the tions to be forwarded to Congress bill and Senator Will- Jn 1880 tho G"eI(1 ?epnblicn and the Mississippi river commie- toA-ceivthe sjon. TU0 ionowing is tue report iams favors it. Kentucky Sena- managed and those two of the committee : tors seldom, but sometimes do, vre reaped fully RuoUnl, worthiosent i,l0 th0 iield am Congress ofThat United States to a'k thoa differ. make the Garfield, Tho saved tl day for sufficient amropriatiou at 1U prewent term broken, either for levee or otherwise to protect the That was crncl irony in the promises then made were are people of Coukling not iliMMtroiiB Kentucky and TenneKut: Iron the Frankfort Yeoman io suggest that ind fraiit and flood of the Mirwiwippi river mo .Legislature remain in session kobo dcceiveu again, xuo xto- which are totally destroying and depopulabank ting the country until May 7, in order to save tio prfblicau papers talk mnch and on t tiu east rido. lving adjacent to its Bandall-Morriso- u members the expense of nomg loud about tho Rtt'v4dl Tht owing to the vat body of from the Miwiaaippi in "split" in tho Democratic party, waterofpassingthrough Keelfooi lake,river (he back to the State Convention. on time flood them in hand to look Tennessee side, that we especially urge upon but it stands Kentucky Democrat may dif- to their own household. the riter commission the building ot a levee from Ilickmnn, Ky., to IslaHil'No. 10, fer about tho tariff, as they have and a continuation of same down said rirer The Hungry rcIJown. all these many years past, but they to the bluffsi at Ft Pillow. York Christian advoResolved, That we invite the co operation are unanimous in condemnation of The New cate speaks of an interview with of the adjoining counties in urging upon any effort to "break up" tho party commission the necesthe one of Tew York's great million- sity MiasTivtippi river An I that the following of thU urk account of such differences. oil aire Kings, who was asked "why gontluinen be appoint'd as a Hlanding comatco delezatai palatial resi- mittee of meeting foriosaid operate ani wit: If tho great Democratic Dailies ho did not build a ho purpose, to tend anr answered, L Donaldson, M. A Iwe, J S. Coates, J. would cease abusiug great Demo dence?" Because D. McGinnis. Harris cratic loaders, and turn their guns "I don't want a house that will be C Resolvedand D we urge upon our reprc. That on tho great Republican leaders, so easily found when the hungry sentatiTes in Congress to ni all their influend. of the Democratic voters of the fellows break loose." Hundreds ence for Hie accomplishment th's J. C. Harris then introduced the country would be better pleased of these men who have amassed following resolution, which was great fortunes through tho privi- unanimously adopted : and more encouraged. leges of monopolies, know that Resolved, That we favor doing eoraething A CONTEMPORARY Calls the tho people can not and will not ourselves, and that we urge ujhhi the counto Kentucky Legislature an "assem- always submit and hence they ex- ty court of Lake county, Teflaesaee, themke outan appropriation uBicieat to open bly ofiucapables," and thereupon pect mobs and outbreaks. The let from lleclfoot laVo to tho Dyer aouoty falls to abusing the poor unfortu- hungry fellows broke loose in line. The Siar aSds that lion. L A. nate members. This is the opin- Cincinnati last week, and will conion of most county papers, always tinue to do so, wo fear, from time Lowe, was elected permanent chairman ; and L. Donaldson and excepting their home members. to time. iy to C0VJSISB. Ocn. Grant manifestseantag- - The Hickman Tiptonvillo levee meeting - - - Blaine in his lUiiaturedwl mclis- - last Saturday is repotted as an en, TljitonvMIo. A GENUINE ROMANCE. Professional B. F. ards. M. D., tP HOMAK HISES? the Ln of In the JACc of a 2ei:tiuLty cesii A Spocial to tb culled ly itl KUser Eie- - Z&er.iitiful - O'MNIIL, j Chapter Torn Movcl. nrtt J -- ;SUjL,Pjnula lft-mistross FFERS U13 PROFESSIONAL SER- A the Jfnlnro, Ttces to the citizens of Hickman and Hint I.octure ohrum of bmitcul Treatment WhIdni, or Itniiicnl iinity. if Abn, 8jriut rrlmen, in 'uceJ by 2erroiiS DelInolaat-r-mody III ty, Cmnsions, Itnpottocy, Jlacc Corner room la Lacletl House. JmpwIiDieuU to Marriage gocerilly . Conantnptloo, tS -- yfcJHSieMW B- ph. a., jl. :fa.kis, . Jte ! o Grant-Conkling-Vow- --i Miss Fannie (J. Porter, dauclif&f Ciaw KENTUCKY HICKMAN, of Mrs. Elizabeth Portar, cBrfil(an may be. may euro liimmlf thraply, and radically. r"FFERS his Professional Services to here, was marriefj f at tbe Ocala, Fla., March 20, to Ir. Has a splendid stook of tko very best makes of all klnda of Ilardware, jsalO-'S- citizeaa of Hickman and vicinity. OaTIau Uetvr vill rrovta loo to tXeutnit axd tout uailf r arat, in a plain nropp, to any Clout Dickey of Colorado, forjicr-l- y which are offered at ob receipt of faur cants, or twa poitaja Glasgow, Ky Mist Porfer is atamps. Aitdrrva of THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., exceedingly popular in lennftky, 0. L. ;snv T" 4 1 Ann St.. Kew York, f . V. ; Tot Office Eox, CO whoro her many splendu qualities rJZ-JmAo,Cr ATTORNEY AT LAW. mo. known and smnrocinod. Nu I lavcbeen merous congratulations Collector, E.6al Estate Agent. 41i nomm from tiAiif t nn tuat tnft vr.v lWPSt the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to their friends bore. HICKMAN, KY. There is quite a roinaice in Misb e exactly as represented - Will attend promptly to til bus Porter's life winch, as ltnas never l.stn.. ....M.'.I.a.I .r.:i? linrOOll With ntIS ontrusted him in Houthweaten ucuu jiuuuouuu, iii uuivi . FVr?3y Sv xCTCv tJUV '.'"il tfCJ 3 rrs.ni tiiaii JH&&&&1 Kentucky and North eatern Tennessee a yettr sgo, laiu m interest, Uver gpeialattention given. to the investiga E. E. CASE & CO. tho evening, she was wdking with lion of Land titles, and the parch age some young lady friendf here when f jsn8 sale of Real Estate. an old, gniy haired, ragged tramp aj)proached the party Hor comThe best roof for the leaat money. Experienced workmen employed. H. A. & R. T. Tyler, panions screamed aid ran away, 2eU, Seines, LInei, Hoots, and aUfefa The attention of builders especially desired, as this honse will give spe- of Wishing Taekle and Sapplia, at a hut. Rlir ivsilkfwilmRii'clvalonirand Groceries and Family Supplies gt --uaTir, returned ins salutatbn. The next cial inducements (. orrespondence faohct ed, erally. afterday, and for sevenl days R. B. BREVARD. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, ward, ho took a poatiou in front iH.Hsiru, luttrnmctila, rinsa or oordUU; pointing Hit a moJeof curc'ut olc crtabi and t-frctual, by which eTry sufferer, no matter what hU Russeli.yille, Ky., April 3 as& r PHYSICAN AND SURBEONi m itr, Jlrnlal unit I'bytlcal Ifteipaclty. Ur 1WBEUTJ. CILVBWEL. M. V Hook," te. tbr oflhr Tlis mitltor, io tht lRilrabVa may t ot that t)f KlDlcnntqnpncr urerW-ttnownCrir-.bn- p i rattour, prl-Yt- ly if O mSj RANDLE DEPOT FOR i ! Attorneys at ATTEND 78 kit-gai- n. decline to make the race against orator, Col. the iireckinridge. We have no ob-- j being action.- unanimously, but Owen's elected not running would disappoint tho expectations of the whole State for a brilliant oratorical contest. silver-tongue- d -oJ- It is now said that ir-clduriilgo-. Owens will tho Cincinnati affair, organs published the bloody-shir- t the Danville investigation double-leade- d and under flaming headlines. Thus says, the Courier-Jour- - Before J. C. Harris, secretaries. THE DAXYILLEJLORROR. TBRMB- -- outrages rrnrnRATED UYTHS P03JUS0FFZ.N1-1N- G KEIiEL. DEMvCUACT COLOKED E5. hope to see Fulton, Obion au d the other counties, second any effort the live and enterprising people of Lako may desire towards securing tho object sought. We should havo more hope, however, if more reliance was placed on home help. "Wo ONE than any papers in the United TWO 3IF.N AD COLD WOM5JfTJIH)ERED IN vents the just act of vindication ULuOBJj to tho Presidenby his States, havo teemed with abuse of cy, it is proper that a monument CABINS tho South because of mobs, charg- SIX NEGKO AND ALLBCKNEDVTiWnEOEOUXn be erected to him while living, at IS ItVrT. ing that Southern citizens and tho capital of tho United States, property owners should be held LET THE LOYAL MMMII UISEJIND TLT TO as a memorial of tho execration in TUZ BE5CXE OK TutfLOY- which the people hold the Presiresponsible for such "outbreaks" AL VIBGINHS5; dential steal, which defeated tho on the ground that property ownpopular voice after the election of TREASON AGAIN IlAMPAXT, ers could prevent and control the sane-jtioSince the Cincinnal affair Mr. the President in 1876. Tho tho fraud by mobs if they deBired. Why didn't Sherman's "earnest. work" at of a manifest Cincinnati prevent and control it! Washington appears uLvery small 'partisan action of a majority Elec wa crime type, hid off in a qmefWor, and toral Commission was a pedple, th" mJCty of the Democrat says that mntwt.lv inscribed: C, " The Clinton and this defeat of popular govern"Tt Dnvill Inirc9tiifMi.H a petition is being circulated in ment, and this fraud upon the Con- Marshal county, asking Hon. 0. L. BUEI-I,- . stitution and the conntry should J1TJKICAII Fon. Handle to become a candidate for noj. bo allowed V pass into oblivThe Dyersburg Gatittf says that ion, but should be marked by a Congress. We don't believe a ever since the war Xew York 1ms jferpetual memorial in condemnatwelve horse team could drag been the graveyard oY tho Demo- tion of the nefarious act of perlldy, in looking into the matter. Miss Raudle into a political fight for cratic party; and declares tltat and as a warning to future genera Porter a short while ago received office, butif he would enter with a letter offering her $3,000 for Iter Kentucky is the Stafe to furnish tions. his old time tiro, the Ashland disDuring tho canvass for tho ap- interest in the old man's estate if candidate forPres-ident- , trict could look well to her laurels tho Democratic Gen. Don Carlos proaching Presidential election she would forfeit all claim to it. and that a fund can be rniFed by voluntary The offer was not accepted and so for real eloquonce and impassionBuell should be the nominee. The contributions to build this monu- tho affair rests for the present. ed oratory. Gazette's position is well taken and ment in vindication of popular A JfcKro"SntnratetI." t fight between Gov. supported by sound argument, government, 'and in' honor of oiio The of the great and good men of tho Tho Danville election riot invesMurray and Jno. D. White, two but Kentucky is too certainly Dem- country. Am. Register. tigation, which is being conduct. Kentucky Bepublican leaders, is ocratic to win the honor. i ed by the Senate Committee on Murdpr .Statistics. interesting. White openly accu Privileges and Elections, has lost From says that ses Murray of stealing from the TlIE Tribune has been its interest, and except when an The Randall "is tireless, stainless, keopingChicago Government, and Murray replies a record of murders in amusing witness happens to bo unpurchasable, a man who cannot the United States, and announces called, but little attention is paid by pronouncing White's speech coarse, brutal and false, and be bought with money nor bullied tiie lootings, in labd tuere wore to it. Edwin Hill (colored), an old increase Virginia farmer, was on the stand. charges White with serving the by mortal." If this is true, with 1,090 murders, showing an1882, and lie thought it was generally unof 200 as compared with lawless element in Utah as he as long a public life as ho has, ho 401 more tnan in 1SS1. Tho mur- derstood in Danville that the colonce served the whisky moon- is certainly one among ten thous- der interost is therefore in a very ored people who attempted to and and al oetlier lovely. There uounsmng condition, lnc gain support tho Keadjuster ticket shiners. fore, let's nominate him for Presi in the blood dividend in 1882 was would 1G per cent, and in 1883 there had "Saturated," repeated Senator THBnegroes of Georgia demand dent. boon a gain as compared with 18S1 Sherman, "what do you mean by ed a division of the offices, on the that?" Too Much Wlicnt. per cent. of about 33 grounds that they furnished a ma'Oh! you knows what It has suddenly been discovered In 1882, 121 murderers wore sah," replied witness. I means, jority of th Eepublieau votes; that there is more wheat in the hanged, and in 1SS3 there were "Do you moan assassinated?" and thereupon, theleaders actually world than can bo consumed this 107 hanged. As the immunity into organize a year, and hence the price has fall- creased, therefore, the commission inquired Mr. Sherman. called a convention "Dat's itjsassinated," exclaimed white Bepublican party in that en in all the markets of tho world. of crime also increased than Hill, "and m order to protect my which, when you come to think of State. And it is urged that where Europe does not need our Ameri- it, nothing is more natural. This, property I voted for tho Democan wheat, there is so much availlose able from India, Australia, Russia, also, notwithstanding the fact that crats." tils white Eepuolicau-parl"Did this general understandone negro vote they will gain two Hungary, Jtaly, siTiri other crraiu in 1S83 135 were lynched, from ing include tho white voters?" inavo may mior mat tne White ones in that State. In Ken- producing regions. Tltis is a of mob law are not equal to quired Mr. Vance. s to this country, as we tucky, it is no doubt true, that the those of an organized system of "Deed, sah, you is out of my colored vote is a source of weak- pond so entirely upon the exports justice, and as tho latter fails in sistcm now," replied Hill. "1 of grain and cotton to pay for the ness to the Eepublicans. coods wo nurnlKiKA abroad. "We us iunciious crime oocomos more know nothing about dat." "That will do, said the Senator bold despite mob law. will probably begin to The Hickman Cotjeier makes as soon as it is found export gold .The Now York Herald shows amid much laughter. that the rest A number of white witnesses no irax on the Morrison tariff bill, of the world does not want our that of 170 murderers tried in Massachusetts between 1SG0 and were examined, resulting in a rebut we do know that 12 months grain and cotton. 18S2 only 1G were hanged, and in petition of former testimony. ago, before that bill was heard of, Connecticut, of 97 murderers tried The it teemed almost certain that the tigatingAnchorage Asylum Inves between 1S50 and 1880, only 7 Thoso who havo never Committee havo made seen the 3)eocratg wonld elect the next their report to the Legislature. wore hanged. In ow York there of dynamite exploPresident of the United States. They hold Dr. Gale responsible wore 1S5 murders in the four years sive will be interested to know Our prospects were so good that for tho system of ducking that ending with 1S77, and only 4 were that it looks much like moist brown wany leading Eepublicans ac- prevailed there, and snggest that hanged, and in 18S3 there were 98 sugar. murder's, with no hangings until The total number of votes in knowledged their defeat in ad- the General Assembly should take January, 1S81. immediate action on tho matter. the Republican National Convenvance. And, besides, democrats The Democratic --National Con- tion will bo S20; necessary to a have differed on this tariff busichoice 411. ness all these years since tho war, The Memphis and Charleston vention will consist of S02 railroad shops city Tho Washington monument liasJ and under the and yet worked harmoniously to- were destroyedin the former tect this evas by fire Friday. rule it will require 535 Votes to grown seventy-iiv- e gether. Then why split now? Loss, $100,000. ion, and is now 410 feet high. make a noinination. or The Cincinnati papers, more TIicTiliJcn MciiiorII. As Mr. Tildcn's ill health pre- I n -. -- - w cntrnstcd to their care. watching hor. Fiially ho came Office Millet Bloak. writo a window whoro she was nevS-'ting and spoke to her. She pleasantly, and, tdking MAKUFACTDRERB OF (1. courage from her courtesyj the old man asked her mine. "Ileaso write it out for nitJ," ho added. ATTOENEY AT LAW She did so and he placed the iheet of paper awav in hfs pockot. I'You iiickman, jrr. are a gooti girl, awl a uugnty pret ty one too," tno out man couun-ued- , promptly resltte C2TCOLLECTIOS3 "and I like you. Don'C you of titles a specialty. 8i2iAhstractH know that you're the only pirson witlv any that has treated me kindness for years. Thcf say W, IL KNOBRR, I am old and crazy, but doni you believo 'em. I havo got lots of (HIckman.Ky., Clinton Str.) money, and I am going to lfavo it all to you." Miss Porter's mother coming in at this point, he repeated his remarks to her, and shaking hands with both Jhe laEsdies, left. 5 t -Time passed on, the old fellow pga no ope had disappeared and thought about him. A few months ago the Sheriff of this county received a letter from a certain town in Kentucky, which related that a tramp was found dying mjho nrAicc RCrnBSHSTl.'tQ woods near there; that he had tieen takon in and cared for; that a lat-tSc BOm9 B. S., was found in his pocket which m-mRU68. HEDIONia. oxnlainod that money sufficient to or pay his doctors mil ami ininai ex- Tennessee, Nasliville, penses would be found hid away . his clothes, lhc sneot or pain 33:-33r13 D2ALBB3 3B per containing Miss Porter's name was also found, and with it inB55 3 25r 3S3 J&. OS! j?3 structions to send all tho papers cozrovxhRDi $ rRxscKJprioxa to her; also, that he had so many HICKMAN MARBLE WORK thousand dollars in a bank in HICKMAN, KY. Tennessee, naming the town and CoriJitSj;sioner' Snlc. For Sherlitf. bank, and that it was his fish Jodge re aMthoriicd that Miss Porter should accept it. D "Wb WALK EH m a to annonncelor the candidate K. Coart, Hontnclty. rni'.ou Tho papers were sent to SJiss office of Short fi".it the ermuing August elec- Bondurant i'ircntt PtAi.Mirr & Dreary, Porter and were turned ovcp by tion. EQUITT AOiinT Italian and Amsrioak Marble her to two prominent attoraeys J We are authorized to announce Cant. W. Gcrglanna Jone &c , Dans MONUMENTS, TOMB AUD OSATE Iiy virtu of a Judgment and order of of this city who re now engaged A SHUCK. a a cmlidate for the oEce of of the post-ollic- e aul spent hours TO ALL BUSINESS I3ST ADDITIOH TO HEETWECK, BALTZER & CO. Hngileito Wilson J.B.EH WSCol Iinmcnso stock or Groceries vf all thJtj and Liquors of SO different kinds on Wsi- -j Street, J. K. BROWK has purckifwd a brand nen stoek ILY GK0CEKIE3, Confectioneries, cos, Cigars, &c, and ofeaed on f 7fc TAgf, Hickman Kentucky. QBOOBBIES Fa-3- CLIFTON ST2EV. the nioest riouw of the kind Wiat h rsr been u ifieknmn. andat lower peitw fVaja Kur otTered. befora HradqaarteES, ayy-sit- u Piaut Bros. & Co , Clinton THE OLD HELIABT7E" 11 AS. sT3l T EHlil &ek A. OOLOOMBfl., and FOB Col SAIiJES of The lxt embus make th celebrated m wm m FARIS wm. & iaEK Kept for sale, at a bargain, nt the Llrery anil Sale Stable of PARKBB. ca?.fjj.i Sondurant SXCIITXM A Dreterf rtliriiSli Corgrqission fercla " niCKMAX, KY. Keep always on hand, Fr LIME, CEMENT, SAtT.PLASTHH STfS PLIES, GRASS SEEDS, CLOYEX, . Will make liberal advances as Cttfe-Cor- n, Ac, for salo or shipment. mcb.4 red-ho- y - Courier-Journ- Gonrier-Joarn- 1 al - - 1-- 3 y mis-pvmc- ii ter-fortun- o dc-ror- SbfrifTof Fulton cftunty at the eneuing Snle of the Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tbe February term thereof, 1881, in tbe Aufiust election. above cause, for the sum ot three bundrod nnd forty dollars and twenty five cent, ComniiHsioacr'M &nle. with interest at the rate of percent, per annum from the 6th dsy of .March 1884, Fulton Clrenll Conrt, Kontnclty, until paid, and.S15.95 e09ts herein, I shall proceed to offer for salo nt the Court-bo- ue Plant Hros & Co., PAi.STirr, EQUITY. AOAISKT door, in Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, tbe J. Vf. Lester. 4c, defendants. J 1884, at 1 o'clock, p. m , or order of 14tbday of April, By firtueof a judgment and thereabouts (being County Court day), aileof th Fulton Circuit Court, rendered upon a credit of six months, the following at the February term thereof, 1SS1, in tho described property, above oausc, for the sum of five hundred The following tract of land lying in Fuland eighteen dollars and ten cents, with ton County, Ky., containing about 40 aninterest at the rate of 6 per csnl. per un- acres, and bounded as follows: Beginning num from the 3rd day of March at a sassafras N. i. corner of G. Vf. Edtil paid, and $48 25 costs herein, I shall ward's tract of land, running thence N. E. proceed te otf r for salo at the 42 poles to two black oak pointers, thence door, in Hickman, Ky , to tho highest N.35,west 40 poles to two black gum bidder at Public Auction, on Monday, the pointers then west 15 poles to a stake, 14th day of April, 1881, at one o'clock, then S. J W. 35 poles to a gum, then S. 80 p. m , or thereabouts (being County Court W. 18 rolei to a stake, two black oak point davl. unon a credit of six months, the fol ers, then in a road inJas Anderson's east lowing described property, line, then bounded west by said east boun The. following property in the county dary to Edmonson's S. Y. corner a small fractional sasiafras, then S. E with Edmonson lino quarter, nnd the undivided half of tbe to tbe beginning. For the purchase price, north east quarter ot section JO, townsliip tbe purchaser, with approved surety or 1, range west of 6 west. Also, one undivisecurities, must execute bond, bearing leded l.fiih Interest in the north west fracgal interest from tbe day of sale until paid, tional quarter of section 20, township and having tha force and effect of a judgAlso one nged west of 6 we6t. 1, range will be prepared to comcolor, oneBorrel horse ment. Bidders mare mule of ply promptly with theso terms. mule aged about seven years, one sorrel GEO. WARREN, horse about C years old, and 15 head of Hatter Commifiener. Btock cattle; or so much of said property as may be necessary to satisfy said debt and cost. To be sold in the following order: First selling the cattle, horses and mules; then the real estate in the following order, first the last tract mentioned, and lastly the f.rst mentioned, or sufficient space to name all articles, bat ifo thereof to produce the sum of money co trouble to show zoods. For the purchase be made. ordered to andomo and see, at the corner of Troy price, the purchaser, with approved sureand Moscow Avenue. East Hickmr, Ivy or securities, must execute bend, bearty interci-- t from the day of sale ing legal until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Ilidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. lo-w- il: STONE3. reooivod n fino lot of Anaor. HAVING Italian Marble, I am to fill all orders. Call and examine nr work Orders from the country promptly may 26 pro-nar- ed Caldwell's Higlj ScljeiL THE FIFTn YEAR will caastaeneo AMILY GROCERY H. C. (DAVIS' JUDGE, OLD STAND.) first-clas- 168-1- , Court-hous- e t: Oljhcjionhwest Primary. . . . . , s usually kept in a house, atbot Intermediate, . . , . torn prices. . . . , 40O Advanced, . TEAS, FkNCY CAXD1JZS, PyaoJe monthly h Adramas.'-- S. illNCE-UEATICKLES T, 13. C. CALDWELL, . . GRITS IIOHINT, CRMWERRIES, MARY CALDWELL, ? Hickman, Ky., August 2, 18831 A , ill klnda of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES nine months. of study, in addition te fcUv Work, will include Ktat-- V the Natural Seknec, Certs and Greek, Book Keeping, ship, Elocution and Vocal Cultuia. TVrHCKt PHA MOflTSV and continue The oourpe ough Primary Mathematics, HTomla, Aajj. Z7ih9 ISd. Ptc? Sugar, Coflces, Soaps, &c. tcf"Vill not .. be undersold. Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &c J.W.ROGERS, THE BARTER GROCERY- - 0EEP3 all klads of staple aad faaoy W. DIESTELBRINK Family N. at has optned a new and fresh supply cf all kinds of Family Groceries, which be will sell as low as the lowest. He is ready at all times to exchange Groceries at cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or any kind of marketing that tbe farming friends may bring in. Tho highest mar ket price always paid. M. MONTGOMERY, annoanMr. :j. hie friendB and the public thatto GROCERIES, and Confectioneries. Will he pleased to see his old customers, and will both suit them in price and quality. Call aad see cs. "Quick Sales and Small Profitts. Won't b undersold fjaaitf J. SI. MONTGOMERY & BRO. FULTON BANK OF FUIiTOX, KY. Groceries. 25cts Lower than the Lowest 1 much-talke- d Courier-Journa- l. haye no clerk expensss no storo ran JACKSOH STHEET, ) UlPa'UlU VV and pay cash for all my Groceries, and TjWr caw Block. ENtrny ffotice. i niuMnnn, !.! therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap eat. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon up as an estray, by Wm. R. "WatTaken Discounts Paper and Loans Money, Buys Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low son, living on the Dyersburg road, five and Sells Exchange on anv Point in the JOHN WITTING. miles south of Hickman, one dark brown United Statea. Solicits Accounts of the st. years old this spring, marked People Generally. Collections and Prompt Steer, DEA1E IX with a crop off the right, and a crop oS, Remittance at Current Rate of Exchange XX A and split in, th left car. Said Steer is A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. Xlii.iU.iBTAPLaANDJPAlJOrGEOOSSIES half Jersey. Appraised at S10, by J. P. Creed- My SJock is New and Fresh, and will WATCHES, GLCCES, AND JEWELS D. W. DICKINSON, J. P., F. C be sold at prices that will be esFeb. 20, 18S1. pecially attractive to bayers. Repaired by GEO. WARREN, Matter Committiontr. New Grocery! D. L. GOLDBERG. Capital, 850000.00. to TTTrrT T AlVULI -- TT dole-gate- s, LOWER and LOWER. All kinds of Groceries haras, sides, &c. as cheap a3 the cheapest. 1 will not be JOHN WITTING. undersold. two-thir- d GOLDBEHG. Have a now set of Tools and Material, and guarantees satisfaction. -- Jos. SOHM, Prop'r. 0X0 5e Keep tho xery best makes of Beer, fresh and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to fcrve customers. 3- - 0 I VEME A CK LL1 C . -- - nt i 3k F. ? 4.'- ' '. k I j -- ' :tSii