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BAIjS BlljZiS, Er3"V3SX.03?ES, LETTER-HEADS,0BIIjIi-I3:EA.X)S. tCTICX-HeU- w Bolldlns, CUbUb St. vm - '. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. rXlie Oldest: Newspaper in "Western INVITATIONS. Price of Subscription, $2. ARCTIC WATCH. ESTABLISHED 1S59. ..nr.il.-- r HICKMAN. FULTON"c:OIJNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. APRIL Superstitions of Mount .Etna. farm-hous- VOL XlW29The IJrcat - - t itit ra ' ETC., ETO, - ojlTiTh aktd sbh xj. Y 15 I I and loft Alters to take on my new 27Ji at; the The Baptists have The third richest 'flaa. i chief Union Newton Center, Mass., aestablished tSe" dutws. Landing at Marseille, 1 put RichmondInd., has an untutored e house for called La Scala, In In tho Asturj-.th- q owuer is John Jacob Hotel Castellane. where tha Tlehold upon the frozen foam. the Placa, tho farmer found that tho mind which h capable of astonishing sL.at the t -- .i ;.. wit? iwi -- .:...., iw. uuiiko children o! missionaries who are in.dis-and heir of the Asior a mathematical way. A boy Allttle vessel far from home. lll"l imifiu a icau hi ,i, i;., jif annuo rats had eaten all the inside of his remits in iwtjbe millionaires, Ator has both tai'. parts. Boston Fost. many The j ncht Jeannotte. woro those of the Count and Counters six years old" until next cheeses, leaving only the rind. He told who will Alfred Smith, ot Newport, has preThe polar star nbo; o hor lies. name and riches -- a namfc linked with de Valmont. We met with joy after ! one of his laborers of this saying he Mav outranks in mental arithmetic the skies: A sward of hfcht sented to the Channing Church in that wealth for three fabulous our long separation, Eugene Ullro- - ,'oharity of the landlord when- she me lhe Arctic wave is on ner deck. must t arry oil his cheeses to Bronte. pupil""00"3 ears and well up iu Talue of city, as a memorial to Ids wife, .tho es.--, The ?H And Hope has loft the broken wreck. to his' wife a ladv as lovelv xo.30ftoentrissc and never heard of t:.e This man," whoso clothes also had been the higher 'branches. It is Master 290,COO,00) to tate No. '23 Key Street, .to bo used Kate, Ilerert of ail thins'- oKe hut ! phnrminw ind showed ine boy after. Thlnt aildre5 vni give yoi wnw gnawed, the Astor estate is from And Kinklnsr, "inklnjr, sinking- yet, onco to the Austrian Apply replied: "Leavo it to me: I (iconic Rowland Price, whoe f.ither. ,; 100,000,000, a veritably mountain of parsonage. It is worth about 'SSj.OOJ UeholJ her lyliur deolate. pride his son a line, chubby 'nice. Trice, a carpenter, works for Hkis, bassy. ". will sec about it." Ho thon sharpened M. L. Ar. J'. 2Ymim. The lot Jeannette I . old. John Jacob and W illiam B. are child, with curly hair, and tho splendid jaj with jo; , the Colonol ran to tho a nail to a point, like a needle, and Oliver Y atesand, like his wife and his In Denmark. Bishop Martcnen tc: sole owners, the lormor s interest its blue eves of its mother. He simply pmhasv and exnlafned the obiect of then stuck it in the iloor where tho rats other cliiUrcD, has never manifested li. ' C ccntlv examined and ordained two said to be worshipped this boy poor fellow! and Dead heroes on a floM of snosr; m!sion. For a fortnight after, passed, saying: "May tho rat which any rare mental acquirements, although of be- a oung Esquimaux, who will engage in , One lonely heart that, beating slow. For nearly a century his life and soul seemed wrapped up in whicli seemed to him a' lifetime, he gnawed my drawors fall on this and the family arejpeople of average attainmYet drcatns of homo, has work in Greenland under ing "the landlords of Its being and existence. And now, as yiyci jn a ftver of suspense, and was kill himself The farmer and he watched ent-.. Ono morning last fall tlybov 'Where irolden 1 ruits are on the bough, attached itsr if to thenju rJohn Jacob s tne auspfce.) of the State Church of And all tho woods are crimon now. to the sail sequel to my tale. r0jnr to bed one flight when his valet until they saw tho rats come and walk came down sfairs and asked, "How may Denmark. band The lat of that interest in houses lots; " 'De Valmout was on.leave, and at Jrol,ght him an oflieial letter, with a past tho nail unhurt. At last one ran much are 2 tjviee ami 1?" His father Keep vigil In that bitter land; be computed in the thousands. To the que t ion: "Why did Satan tovWt jarffc'rcl seal bearing the his wife's desire they were about And. crowned with thornsof trost and pain, From that replied that there was no such thing, upon it and was killed. Among the vaiuai2Sngs pun j make his approach to Eve and not to lJvc o'er his boyhood days again; .dinercan Dairyman. Not to fatigue the child their aanarm. ile read as follows: "Yes w hereupon the lad rcioined: time no rat came near the place. This uplifts And in his drcardih-watcIn response to an inqui- the New cinallv owned bv MrSAstortas chief ..i0?o. a reliirious paper answers: )i. r.- U: "i twtco.and 1 make o ' From route was mappcti out in "lion, stages. M(,s?IErn uComtk: I am instruete.1 by man had the power of charming away Ills ra7c, and Fees beyond the drifts. r roreisn Airairs to luronii York 2'iwitti sa3's: "Holtjtein cattle are. ... The iceberg mil. a costal gate, They were resting two days at Mar tliftiiinlter to your Inquiries, pain when horses, etc., were suffering that mi tnthqMhdays ho was constantly 'regdjriltiSthathafj;ealtcatt7rl ou, oivujAuur- Uy which his risen comrades wait, w''N"'tnheJmunyJieJrvreWflrouN oetore going to uonoa oj'LiaLor-nieh- child laaner in Vienna, at the that the from colic He was refused absolution seilles al"ndoned . hehi Hdilrcsi Kot weak and worn like men who died. W ive are .....u. ... ...,ft.HU.....,ft . in con iiierinr Adam. iiolstein. j.nere"arono . , tho auth sol decided to stav and see them i irirea on a tone olent wutleatju. 1MB. wa bv the Driest aftor confession amWiiiot- in' Hut robed, and crowned, and glorified. estate, for "?1. Its apt to be the m t potent pieauers wun " uy in this country. Those tailed of the immense .llvrtu lallbweib to receive tho Sacrament. Jo;ei nc Familiar. voices ureet his ear; dnnr? do pains livinstruci mm, ami 0ri4 iT value to be S2,0L0,tH)O, hlti Th llnjr Ht- ts... IiItt, me .... :..! Jj"wien leftlatyear irSnhrSt5Tnf!,rflmilti.- There was also a "Monaci di Casa, the; could not understand where he Iiolstein are really Holland or Dutch present assessedis said il,7o0,00). Tho their husbands. .il . n lie with thn rank of PlllpBtatJu;mc'iiiiqiuwuu ui iu at cattle, and are black and white spotted being Arch.luko It is gratifying to know that the the weather was glorious; little Lucicn AlbrtH-ht'inxrrvon. nan is nrrmuu i hisiju-lotiil toS. A.T. the who lived in Linguaglossa, who had wot his idew from. With the coming xvith lilies of tho npmnit of Hussars he or pied. It would be just as reasonable Guarantee and Indemnity building, Presbyterian hospital of Philadelphia was sent ;; ith his nurse down to the at the but lie of Solterino He liorewas. killed these supernatural powers. f iw, i.nlimvi however, his mind be She was His ioy curiuofits fa'l ajrrrt. the name Chinaman a German as to call chietly owned by Mr. Astor, was pursea, on that magnificent beach where: of his adopted father, Karl Gottfried. Tho pain and t'.ii. uinl duigerpassed. consulted by those who had been robbed. came ennssed with more dullish to call acattle Iiolstein. But yet it is chased a short time ago for $1,000,000, did not lose anything by its refusal to long teath-- at- - h is done at last! Dutch The $2,."W from the proceeds of a tho splendid palace of l'rado stands.. One hour afterwards the valet entered After listening to their story she things anil be for a time abandoned while the Astor estate pa;s taxes on accept Ho stands a form of In iiijr llirht. Two hours after this nurse returned the ( olonel's room, and found him it- - thought lor a few minutes, and his mathenutical problems, but sube done, and it makes a good deal of con- $00,000,000 of real estate "situated be- charity ball. The manager of the in- - , iiisrht, He joins bi c 1i.1r.1dfs m stood for a principle. Their alone, looking like a mad woman. The iting in his ehair. His face was deadly then told them where the stolen quently resuming them, he has latterly fusion." Thev pass the sward t in thn skies low Chambers Street, most of which stitution rt - According to the best evidence ob?so waste hlte nw to roam, dancing wrong, were starting out of her head, and, white. JIis eye, dilated and immovgoods were to be found. One of tho developed into a mental marvel. They upnard, upward, upward rise. consists of business houses on I5road;a;-an- church wou'd not accept money that sobbing and cr;inr, she threw herself ably, were fixed upon thn fatal letter. Munince men went to her when tho driv- Perhaps if vou ask him how much forty tainable on tho subject there is more and thev And win the gates or I'ar.idlss Wall Street There is scarcely a O, welcome home! I at the Countess's feet, and said she had The .servant touched him llsrhtlv on ing belts of the cngino ;;ere stolen. An time eighty are, he will reply. "1 wo profit to the dairyman in medium and ward, eit; in had any suspicion 01 illegitimacy auuur. or avenue vVftmto Irony, in The Manhattan. of this spirit has charge Lthe shoulder, and his mastor dropped old robber who died In Bronte four years thousand and tonty sixties over, but small cattlo than in larger ones. Those which street Astor does in the lost tho child. She and her Mr. own real it, and an admirer jk for Sii.OOD. to not now advocatinir the general were lavin on the beach, whore they motionless on the floor. the ajre of one hundred and five he generally jlvos tle correct answer who are cow, claim that she mut be estate, on which the total amount of sent the hospital a die aso at mako up the loss. Chicago wro attracted bv the nerforinancc of He was on A TERRIBLE REVENGE. Saciety. htil the same reputation; and a poor, in one total, tnd does it apparently large in order to make good paying taxes is over $100,000 anutially. - ncrobats. had someA small crowd sick, scrofulous boy, bedridden for tho with as little thought and as promptly Another point of difference between wo cannot see why It was on the eve of the battle of nssAnihlod. nnd the bov was not Otlt of The public schools, let it be roraem-berelast twelve years, is also one of the as he would to! you his name. And beef. For our part The Fird ., i.;i. i. ,i.i mtt ileal in fractions, he a large steer is any more profitable Mr. Astor and other millionaires is in Solferino. The French regiments, lier siirht for half a minute. On looking scud very few out of the large, "white witch tribe." Ho knows the a small one. Each animal sells by his investments. In Wall Mrect his 'which had arrived from Milan during round lie was gone; and she sought him In the construction of this work, built name of and cure for all diseases, where computes oddmimbcrs just as readily than pound and eats according to his name no;cr appears as a speculator number of criminals in our penitentithe day, by long and dusty roads, under in vain. He seemed to have boca bv the Empress Anna Ivanovna, on the stolen things are hidden, where money as he does CTO" omiS whether the the seller of aries Most of them have no education. a broiling bun. exhauteil by fatigue, spirited away. She called his nanio at Neva, 17.5:t, tho simplest meaus were is to lie found buried undor stones, and example be inaddition, subtraction, or size. Cuts from the carcass of laigc aud seldom asoran investor orsecurities. Verv few have had a thorough public other similar of animals cost no more in market than stocks, bonds were encamped on an inimene plain, the ton of her voice, and ran up and use 1. First, the purest and most trans- - the like, and ho has predicted his own ntultiplieHtioiu A school education. The avorage statisshut in by a chain of hifls, on which down the bench until exhausted. By tparont iee was selected. This was cut death, which is to take place two years his father mil: "Kowly. I have 41 cuts from small ones. - The b'tiriman. Having an income of ten por cent, on tics of the United States show that out Cows sometimes catch cold in ono tho gross amouutinvcited in real estate, of the small per cent, of tho people un- - , towered the white houos of the to;; n. standers who hoard her cries helped lnio large blocks, squared with rule from this date. When Pbppe Pagano's cents anil votir father gives me 7, then Lightning, playing amoug the leaden-colore- d her in the search; but they or more sections of the udder that swell he quietly Im's more houses or lands able to read and write come about have 1 lctt. and compass and carved;; ith all tin cottage was being built some human I give you'll; low many when opportunity for good investment clouds, illuminated at intervals Thirty-ninhe replied as quick as a up and inflame badly, but do not gather bones were dug up. These were put in of the criminals, aud of the re regular architectural embellishment-iu an inventory mane 01 ms with lurid light tho battlefield of the asked the No cement ;; as used. Eauh blok whei a basket previous to being reinterred, Hats, timl ilm man saiil: "l am 14 and break. When the swelling goes oners, properties an item of $(J,u00,M)9 maining two thirds only one in a "Was Lucion drowned?" morrow. Nothing else lit up the camp. down that part of the udder will prob- various ear-- , old: how.many weeks is that' and placed for the night In a corner of hundred had been educated in theready was raided to it destined plac ably go dry, but in many such cases. iu cash appeared as "money in trust higher branches. Journal of Eduea- ,. ..ttuiintl v resnnuded. "2.2S3, No fires were allowed, as a measure of was the question started, but by cranes and pulleys, and just befoi tho workmen slept. They - 1.. ; "This the hut where s companies and banks waiting invest. ...!-.prudence h impossible. The child it was let down upon tho block whit declared the next morning that they Instead of having a massive I.i AsIniln where no structural damage is done, at ment in real estate." it was lion. will come BeAll were, not asleep, however. could only toddle, and the eas was too was to support it, water was poure had been kept awake all the night bj dwarfed lody,ns is gonornl m such the next calving the udder "In the Cabinet circle all religions Mr. Astor is a man of striking persides the outposts and pickets, many in far from" the place indicated by the between tne t;;o; the upper block was- the bones rattling and dancing in the individuals, ban very ovonly propor- all right again. We have had this hap- sonal appearance, being over six loot in meet," sa3?s the Washington correstimos, though we would not and Tinr-camp were wide awake. Here So this h;notheH was rivcn immediately lowered, and as the water basket. In August, 1881, during a ter- tioned for a bov, weighing about lo pen many of St Louis to corthere groups of men, ljing on the gnits uu. The police Considered it a case of, froze almost instantly, in that intensely rific storm of thunder, lightning, wind pounds, and W- - oxtra breadth of fore- liopo for"it to the extent of buying a height, stout, somewhat inclined arrow. pondent"ThethePresident is a conversed in a low kidnnnniiM' and went to work, but- cold climate, tho two blocks heeamo and hail as large as pigeon.' eggs, a head would hardly be noticeable ;;ere cow with such an udder before calving:, pulence and straight as an around their tents Episcopalian, although- - his When on the street his quick, olastic tone aud dicussod the probable issue failed to lind a clue. They searched Miterallv one. In fact, the whole build priest died at Bronte. He was one not apprised of his characteristic. because it is impossible from examina- step and smiling face, fringed with father was a Baptist preacher, and his of the coming battle. and for weeks through all the slums of the ing appeared to be, and really was an enormously fat In habits he is older than his years, re- tion to tell how much damage has been small, grav- - side whiskers, invariably sisters are all members of (hat church-In the middle of a small group of oity the low quarters ;; here the dregs single mass of iee. The effect it pro man, very rich, and with maining v. ith his parents instead of done. Agricultural Exchange. attract attonlion. His dress is simple Secretary Folger is a Prcsbyterian,-anollicers wh"o talked over the chances of of "the population congregate, the scum duced must have been intinitely mora a bad character. A manufacturer of butterine from At the moment taking to children's sports, and often the8 pastor's 'family in' the ' de of the Mediterranean but with no suc- beautiful than if it had been of the most when his corjse was carried into tho a; in" to nei"kbor children when they Chicago was in tho city tho other day, and surprisinglv neat. At business or sits uith Avenue Church, where; Secthe morrow, was Colonel Eugene New York in the street he wears a broadcloth cutYalnjont, who commanded a regiment cess. A description of the child was costlv marble its trausparencj' aud church a young married woman, the come'to p!v with him: "You had and tdd a friend of ours that it was away or frock coat, with trousers to retary Frelinghu; sen and his family,, of light dragoons. He had the sent to everv consul, with orders to bluish tint giving it rather tho appear- mother of three children, respected and better go hwue; mothor has enough wrong to be laying so much blame to match, comfortable looking shoos al- md Postmaster-GenerGresham and reputation of 'being one of the make full inquiry. He Valmont him- ance of a precious stone. own to bothor her." In creamorios and cheoso factories for esteemed by all who knew hor, was re- kids ways lightl; polished, while in his hand his familv also attend. Secretary Linmost splendidofiicors in his own branch self obtained special leave of ab'ence In dimensions, the structure was fifty-si- x ceiving the Sacrament- - As she opened fact, ho is precocious iu every way, but using lard in their butter. He said tho usually swings as he walks a large, coln, like his father, is a Presbyterian,, of the service. Although a strict disci- from the War Office and spent a year use of this article had become almost a purple silk umbrella. In summer hU but his wife is from a strong Mothodist feet long, eighteen feet wide, twenty-on- e her mouth tho snint of T.. the priest. 0UI3 phenomenal in mathematics. plinarian, ho was beloved in the regi- in trying to solve the mystery. He reuniversal practice in the Northwest feet high, and with wall three feet been subject to Jits of madness, in which CiHcnwU Cvtnmcrcial Gazette. is changed to a black serge familv, aud thev generally attend that ment by officers and men alike, and turned more dead than alive to bury his in thickness. At oach corner of tho parsed into ier. From that lime she has "Whv." said he, "our largest business coat and trousers some lighter color, church, Chandler and deservedly so. is in sending tierces of butter neutral to whilo an easy straw hat rests lightly wife, whom griof had killed. to the Unitarian Church, and was a pyramid of the same she speaks and act exactly as he did. Antlers for Ornaments. loloncl de Valmont appeared to pay grocers in small villagos, and they open "As to the Colonol, at first he had Iialace a the roof, of course built of ice, her voice sounding like hi?-- She ha are of (lie advanced and liberal thinke hair. his but little attention to what was said. serious intentions of joining the Trap-pist- s and around the whole wo a low pal- confessed many of his crimes; among "Where do you get such big deor them unon their counters and sell it by onMr. Astor, though seldom sneaking ers of that body. Attorney-Generto He" seemed in a proud reverie, as h and retiring from the world. But of the same material. The actual others that ho had been in the hatyt of antlers as those?" said a young man a the pound lo farmers, who take it home of him-elrecently told a friend that Urewstcr and his'wife always worship d l)it, rather than smoked, a half con- hope snstains him still. He believes, if isade of girl in cheating the poor by giving unsigned a bWek-ejeand work it into their butter. There is although he had completed three-cor- e at the Epiphanv, the largest and most length the front view, including the o sumed cigar. Turning suddenly to lus his boy was not drowned, that Episcopyramids, was one hundred and four- receipts or writing "down tho wrong taxidermist's storo in Williams Streo. no secret a'aiut it, for it is the common years. Tic felt as well and hearty a- - he 'ashionable of "the Surgeon Major, a veteran with a will take pity on him and yet re- teen feet. Toller amount when they intrusted corn or He referred to a pile on the walk. The practice all through that country." did at fort;--. Benevolence is his striking pal congregations. Secretary Motho-uistsface, he said : blackbird, which American Duiryman. was mad dropped n " store him. Vain delusion! But we The palace was built in the usual money to him. An attempt the demon girl w.u'fia;ing, crow said: characteristic, one probably inherited and his wife are very devout "Brisac, do vou believe in presenti- humor him in his hope. He has since style of Russian architecture. The bv the priest to exorcise and she Cream from unsound milk, cream from the founder of the Astor Library. ments?'" "Those deer horns grew on elks iu that has been long in rising, cream that devoted his whole life and soul to his facade was plain, boing merely divided which had entered her, but he threathis charities are 'It depends, Colonol. One may have regiment: hut tho wound at his heart into compartments by pilasters. There en d to go into another young woman Montana. 'Ihey are not yen large if has been kept too lonjr after skimming Man; of i.m ,,., nl nTnnnitt of published, ...u criolLcln i KftBSlhJftA'tAURAl t them, no doubt; but to admit that they has never healed, and when it breaks was a window in each division, h hick if thev diiL so. thinking- it as well to Mnon&ofithucdcanibejTO3daintolfrr3tai (.UUf nniild make a fortune if halt a OtOAwfi nftdMv!Rwriai arcever realized is another matter." ?5foTnTtJiDWnvWail"in,iWlnofl. IcuSwn. Iu nearlv all the chanta bio sau anil cinMimserluu out afresh he beeomos vm "painted in imitation of green mar young A "You' look upon them as valueless, rowfiil and talks about presentiment. were tonne t tivities, and wiser to put tip with what adjoining room. wide apart, greetedpolar aftor treatment. But good cream will institutions of this city the names of little capital," say numerous'them to ble. The window-pane- s him give pale and spongy butter if churned devoid of any prophetic importance?" bevenna, i believe, lias Kept nor ot slabs pf ice, as transparent and they knew than to attempt unknown boar, with paws wife, and often jointly, ap- men, but it never occurs to "La himself or 011 one ide as he opened the door, and "Quite so." desisted and left things a woru aiul wreakeu a terrioie revenge. During the win- go to work and earn the aforesaid at too high a temperature. Butter xill smooth as sheets of nlato triads At charms, back and come all the wav up to seventy degrees, pear as large ghcrs. is either at his capital. is said, that all Bar. "Ah! It is true, as a leopard, with arched Brisac finished his story and wished nip lit, when the palace was lighted, the they Mr. Astor ter mouths vou doctors are more or le-- material- al good night, knotted muscles, seemed to snarl at him and even a little higher in winter, but office at No. 21 West Twenty-sixt- h "Ah!" sighed Brown, "this life is windows were curtained by cauvas Overhead, hanging from it will be poor: and. further than this, Street, or at his home at No. S3S lifth ists.'" After a pause, he added: "You on the other. "We ha;e six hours for sleep, my screens, on which grotes jtie figures Courtesy in Public Places. full of disappointments." "Ye?,'' reare right, perhaps, and so much the bovs, and then a tangled mass of whitened horns, and if cream is churned six or eight hours Avenue. !" The house is familiar to plied Fogg, glancing significantly at were painted. Owing to the transthe room. and the butter has not tome because lamentable fact that one can on ever; side of better. There are some thoughts which Jt is On the morrow, at the early hour of some disappointments even-- resident of Fifth Avenue, F., whole material, tho lmnllv a or ro to any there was a throng of monkeys, squirr- the cream is imperfect or the tempera nearly conspicuous for nothing but its .Mrs.full of"ami should be banished on the eve of a dav six o'clock, a double line of smoke ex- parency of the miter a horse-ca- r. and is life." Boston 1'ost. are ireneral effect of the illumination must public place without seeing Hagrant disel-, promises to be.1' tended for a distance of two miles on birds and animals of a hundred ture is wrong, though the temperature plainness and the spacious grounds like what fine, the whole palace seemA Virginia girl married a tramp, So saying he got up and added: "I each side of the plain. The French ha;e been filled with a delicate pearly regard of the rules of good manners, and varieties, all in attitudes which looked may thon be rectified and the butter which surround it. It is built of fine ingly being a that, too, not only in people who are not as if tho old baboon in the corner, with brought, the product will be inferior in moulded brick, with trimmings of who turned out to beShe duke. We've shall turn in and get some rest and had brought almost all their guns into light. The central division projected, should have no pity for her. to know better, but often in tho his fingers to his lips, had checked thorn colorT texture of llavor, and generally brown-stonsame. In a few action. The Austrian batteries posted you all to do the and has a double stains-leadinand appeared to be a door, but was in expected of richly dressed women in the "midst of a wild carousal on the what h was boforo she married hours we shall need all the strength we on the opposite hills replied with a in all three. It has been so hurt by to the front entrance. Tho in- known fact, a large window, and was illumina- behavior can command." that it can never be re- terior compares favorably with any him. Boston I'oH. lire. In this artillery duel, ted like the others. Surmounting tho who doubtless call; themselves ladies. cntr; of a stranger. and vulgarisms alluded to One by one the group broke off and which 'Horns are just now very fashion- stored to anything like excellence. A Williamsport youth sent fifty d for some hours, the ad- facade palace. buildiner was an orna- - The error learn how' was left only three off- vantage remained with the French. The mentnl of the are frequently committed through able. Such things vary from year to Cor. Mirror awl presently there Duringthe late illness of his wife, Mr. cents to a New ork firm to received in hnlntr:iili mid at each end of thoughtlessness or ignorance, and year. Last Docomber wo sold a hundred icers the Major, a Captain, and a superiority of tho Austrian position was tlie siop-,nr- r question of cow feed is alwaj-time was chietly devoted to to keep from swearing, and The Astor's roof was a iUjrL. chimney. guilty of those improgirl. more than counternaiancea o; an interesting one, especially that of eheerinf her woarv hours at the bed reply: "Don't open your mouth!" he ns at the rear. Al each thoe who are doubtless, bo surprised pairs of antlers," said the The would, b;-- pre"What did the Colonel mean "How much did you got a pair'" deadlv e.Te t of the rifle jruns of the side of of prieties producing green or succulent food iu side with the same untiring affection he his sworn ever since. WUiamaport stood sentiments?" asked the younger of French, which were first emploj'cd in orange the door leaf and flower, with and shocked if they were aware of the dollars for a pair of winter. It is this that has created so has shown throughout the many years (l'a.) GrU. "From three trees, in estimate placed up'on them and their small Virginia to thirty much interest in ensilage and former! v of his married life. His principal recrethem. "We know he has no fearabout warfare at the memorable battle of SolW. 11. Vanderbilt says he never perched on tho branches. who formed their dollars for breeding by people spread of elk's, occupied the attention of dairymen in ations are visits to his elegant country-sea- t picks up a newspaper that he doesn't yet his manner and his last ferino. The carnage was frightful and t a . lari Ucorge, in St. XiehoUis. opinion from sorao little act, tone or and forty dollars for a pair of magnifiwords, to say the least are not reassu- the result disastrous to the Austrians, and sec something disagreeable in it about at Bhoineeliffe-o- n rcard to root growing. An article, movement which nan wnuiiy ring" cut, we think, from the Weekly Times, yachting. The country seat is an cent moose shovel horns." Id who were obliged to retreat. Lend us a himself. Why Ejcs Shine. richly their attention. For example, a Had you been longer in the regi"Did that include tho stuffed head?" has a tone highly eulogistic of tho nt-looking establishment, kept in the follow. There's nothing disagreeable, o'clock on that day 23d At woman enters a crowded car. ment, young fellow," replied the Major, June, three he "No. Mounted head and all. moose pumpkin in this connection. It thinks finest order, and is a reminiscence of alwut that We might have asked iorf Place a child (because the pupils of dressed U0-tFrench were formed would know that the Colonel pe- up to advance under a withering mus-ket- children are large), and by preforonce A gentleman rises and offers her his or oik horns bring sixty dollars and thirty 01 forty tons of pumpkins can be olden time. Well shaded with trees of a dollar and a halt, but this paper te "you She takes it without the slightest sevent3-Hv- e riodical!' gets 'tho blues;' but we take dollars. Those animals aru grown on a "single acre, and they are every kind, its immense lawns anil gar- dissimilar, speak. Merchant so to assault the Tower of Sol- a blonde, at a distance of ton or fifteen seat no notice of them. Thevsoon pass, and ferino, lire tokey of the enemy's position. feet from a lamp which is tho only sign of gracious acknowledgment. Wo dying out very rapidly." more valuable than roots or ensilage dens are traversed bv long drives and Traveller. the no immediately say, mentaly: "Shehas he becomes himself agafn." " hat is the very latest thing in tho ton for ton. The same care devoted to walks. Bcnodeck then called on his source of light in a room, and cause it On the wedding tour: "Don't sit so "But what is the cause of his recur- Marshal to make a supreme effort, to look at some object in the direction manners, no courtes3"' She places a line of wall ornaments?" of thoe crops will tim Here, in the long davs of tho summer cavalry that wcmay small coin between her teeth or lips, head. We have just save the pumpkins On this point we months, Mr. Astor sfts on the cool near the window, darling ourselves, for ring depression?" "A wild boar's which, had it been successful, would of the lamp, turning tho ej'e 'ou wish showing her want of delicacy, refinehave the carriage all to ".The cause?" said the Captain. have changed tho fortunes of the da3. to look at slight' inward" toward the received a barrel full of the skins. little skeptical, for in our experi- piazza or under some shady trees and and"neatness; but! xvithout enu- When properly mounted they look de- are a this fruit is very liable to rot there is somebody sure togetin'if he Why, all the regiment know the The Austrian cavalry were massed ence nose. Now, put your own eye close ment reads. He is having built one of the sees vour pretty face." Thirty years often lightfully merating the disagreeable things sell for thirty cause." vicious, and kept in a cool, dry cellar, where finest pleasure yachts jet launched in with a card bewho a fringe of wood which effectually behind the lamp-flamup to the window, old "Except ravself. I only joined three concealed their movements from the tween it and the llamc. If you will seen, let us, for the benefit of those fow dollars." the temperature never goes down to the waters of this lounlry, the cost of later:" "Movewe cau have the compartmention a rnnv wish to imnrove. woman, so pretty busy to the froo7ing point Cows are very which is placed at a tiille over $200,-00"Keeps the propriotor months ago.' Suddenly they wern seen to then look close by the edge of the whicli ourselves; you will frighten alj "WeH, liere is Brisac back from his French. from their shelter and to pre- Hame covered by th"c card into the eye common rules of good breeding thoio supply the trade, doesn't it?" snul the fond of them, however, and they tend It will be completed early in the ment to passengers away, you know."., emerge often ignored by arc, alas! too the other DuiryHe can tell the story best," hearing work upstairs. rounds. young man, to color the butter. summer. X. Y. Morning Journal. for a determined charge, to take of the child, ;ou will see, instead of a who should know better. , Detroi' 1'isL . "Yes. He employs eighteen hands man. being appealed pare The Surgeon-Majo- r in Hank those battalions which had al- perfectly black pupil, a reddish-yelloto do or say anything besides me." It is vulgar to, lay dowunpon the grass, lit a cigar, ready reached the slopes of the hills circle. common for those who A clergyman's daughter, looking - It is finite If the eye happens to be that attracts attention. Loud laughing He Kept His Word. "And wlint. can vou do?" i:..,,A.-.,- i and said: over the M?S. left by her father in his write upon the subject of feeding cows will be able to seo "Tiol saw tln ilan.rer. and im- - h; permetropic, very bad tasto. Loud conversation man who study, chanced upon the following, "I can ila more than 400 birds aday to warn everybody not to keep the In 1834, l)e Valmont, appointed medhuelv hurled against tllem the Mar-- tho red rctlex when 3Tour own eye is at is in A few months ago a young a friend iu the .. . . . ..i. ...1. Lieutenant in the Chasseurs d'Afriaue, flier to division 01j. cavairy, in winuu some distance to one side of the llame. while walking with riding in a horse-ca- r, for use as hat ornaments. sentence "Hove to look upon a young cows too long upon a single diet, bullo had been in the employ of an expre-.street, shopping, or "Are the wages high?" which had just been raied, landed in He Valmonfs Lijrht Dragoons charged change the food as often as practical. company at a point in" Wisconsin left man. Theie is a hidden potency con-- " of the This is the true explanation displays a great want of refinement skill of the operator. mistake. Cows are his position and home 011 account oi ceiled within his breast which charms "As high as Algiers, where I was assistant surgeon in the first line. luminous appearance of the eyes of and of good son-Besides the odious-nos- s The raonVho the show the muscles of This is probably a cau attached to the military hospital. to a great extent creatures of habit, and failing health, and went to Florida with and pains me." She sat down and ele- some animals when Ac are in comTho Tho shock was terrific! of making one's self conspicuous an animal and place it in striking and our own experience has led us to beThough I was older than he, wo soon ments contributed to swell the frightful parative obscurit;. It is simply tho of receiving benefit from the blishiii'lv addul: "Them's my sentiin this wav, it is really dangorous, as no natural positions got from fifty dollars lieve that any interruption in the regu- the hopenf eliniatp. struck up an acquaintance .that ripened r.!,nnrro Al.nnt .1 week ago ments c act!;, papa all but the pains." bellight reflected from the bottom of their ono knows what foul germs of disease storm of war. Peals of thunder een the he intended rcturnitig to his Northern Exchange. to sixty dollars a month." .V. Y. Sun. lar method of feeding has into friendship, which time b.as not im- - lowed forth and ivid lightning played eyes, which is gonerally of a reddish concealed in the dust of the streets may laired. good Eugene was occasion of los in the milk yield. The home in a short t me, but thought betinge on account of the red blood in blow into the mouth, and, lodging in tho ".statistics show that there are at Iookinjr ana a man of fascinating man over the ghastly sight beneath. aforesaid writers have probably got fore leaving the land of flowers he would least 11,000 men who can neither play back mm. moist throat. rermiiiatc, ffiviug The Joke of the Milwaukee Joker. was after the delivery of the charge the vascular layer of the choroid It ners. He came of a distinguished f am-il- "home" that Colonel de nlmont sud- of the their idcasof change and vanet; mixed send a box of oranges to his relatives foot-baretina, and not nor assist an objectionable to death, tor tho if and his friends kept bis purt-- x; ell denly saw rise before him about a doz- light that is generated there at all. rise to disease, as not asdccenc3 there Coming into a Milwaukee barbershop While cows demand a variety of feed and friends in Wisconsin. The oranges alight from the front stoop." well sake of health filled; in short he- could get money as en 'hussars, in white," of the Archttnte railroad man espied a for the largest milk yield they are nevei were brought here from ,Florida by the said a sad eyed Brooklyn bachelor 'Jliio reflection u most apparent when fore, it is better to keep the mouth shut a fow liy.vKO , fast as he wished to spend it. Albrecht's regiment Led by a joung the animal is in obcurit;-- but the ob- as much as possible. The same consid- friend in one of the chairs, and sneak- anxious for a change. To speak morn Adams Express Compaq-- having been "What is the matter with them?" v "We served three years together, Lieutenant with fair hair and a budding server must be in the light, and some- erations will lead a lady to wear avail. ing quietl" up behind he seized the bv the card, a cow should receive a franked through. From here to their asked his friend. ,.7, when I)e Valmont got leave to exchange mustache, they sabred the French what in the relative position indicated rf fon.l ilnrinrr thn dn.V. but an; destination thev were to be transported was the affairs lather brush and daubed him in tho are "They Never talk of personal or private and return to France. His mother was dragoons with maniacal fury, making in the experiment; of feed should be brought about by the American, lhe young man who cheerful reply. A'. I. Journal. looked like Hump-l- y jhan-e no one knows who e3es and face till-hcause of this, for she had in view their way throusrh them like a cannon-bal- l. that is, the eye of the observer must be in public places; A little at first and had shipped the oranges had written a the Dnmpty without any mouth. The quite gradually. mav be xour listeners. To speak of Is vour sister at home?" asked a lor him a marriage with a rich heiress. With oucIound of his horse the on the same line with the light and the votir own "affairs in public is imprudent victim struggled, but to no purpose, tho ration increased as sho shows a letter to the American explaining the St Louis voung gentleman of the litlVj Lcaviuc Aliriew would have - been all Lieutenant was at the Colonel. Ue observed eye. The eyes of uearry all and vulgar; to speak of friends' and when he finally got on his feet his liking for it, and if it is something she fact that the oranges had been shipped brother who answered the bell. iJ plan sailing" except for puu nug ;:are- - Vllmont saw h3 bre Hash as hcraised .animals are li3pcrmetropic, most of affairs in public is rude and impertinent. head was a ball of soap-sudIt was is very fond of the more precaution is over the Adams, and requesting the "Yes, she's home," said the. boy; g xvelP to a certain lady called La fccvci- - it to cnt him U(Wn had only time them very highly so, so that they send The same remark applies to postal-card- s. then that the spectators first discovered necessary to keep hcrfrom He American people when they arrived to pies fori in feeding put a frank which he inclosed in his "we're goin' to have cocoanut in thq uanseusc at ine lueater iu ap to pull the trigger of his pistol and the out the ra's of light which have en ma, a that he had a mouth in spite of appear- with it. This is the point and she's out The Household. dinner pearance she wa;tlecidcdly handsome, Austrian fell, killed by a bullet in the tered them in a very diverging manner. ances to the contrary, and the wa3 he that requires skill and patience. Ex- tottor on the box. and forward that. kitchen helpin' mother make 'cm. complexion and with forehead. of an .V. Iluriiclt, went for his assailant proved that ho change. addin", in conclusion, "I will be pass-i'Sicaii Monthly. M. ., m Popular "Indeed," replied the young 'man. Our Caudle Lecture. exraven black hair. In her large Professor Knapp, in speaking of kuew how to use it. In the language through Cinciunati on my way evidently very much pleased, "aud what At the end of the engagement Colonel Science pressive eyes and in her firmly cut xvere so bus3 at of the manager of the skating rink, the calf before the Illinois Dairymen's home in a few days, ami win can on I'm glad to hoar returning to camp, passed part of the pfe docs 3'our sister make. mouth there was a significant indica- de Valmont, the Human llace. tho contlict Tho your otlice last niglit, Mr. Kumminlato. "He deserved the Florida medal." At Association, said: If little gra-- s and you " As the clerK in tho Americau Thinning Out over the scene of "She cracks the cocoanuts with her tion of determination which suggested Balancing your books, eh? Well, the sound of his voice the railroad man hay, and considerable corn, be fed Express office was reading the letter a teeth." Vailadclphia Call. still lay there ,, ' that the young lady would be more de- body of the Lieutenanttrickle of blood ....... capacity lot ot transier xrci as pale as a ghost The victim during the first year, a limited on its back. A tKin The Novojo Vremja warns Russian that's hard, I suppose, epcciall3 xvhen turned total sirable as a' friend "than as an cnenn marked the spot of the stranger to him, and but for of tho stomach will very naiuraiiy oe had beeu brought n, and he was asked was a mothers of a new religious sect, which you have to do it with chalk. She said she was an Italian, having Veils Don't know what 1 mean? Do you the intercession of the bos barber, gore developed and a tendency to thrive to si"n for it As he signed he glanced officer was as has already given proof of its existbeen born at Borne; but her parents The face of the as a child asleep. De ence- In Rostov, on the Don, an officer think I can't see When you came in would probably have been spilled. The only under grain conditions. Such an down over the way-bi- ll to see placid Bordered net veils are gradually comxvcre Bohemians who traveled through calm and your coat was covered with railroad man's apologies were profuse, animal is a poor grazer and a light hay what he was signing, his eyes ing into fashion again, and are now imfor by profes- Valmont gazed at him with profound fn"a"ed a middle aged nurse verv his chalk3 all countries laughter rang no more that day. feeder. Upon the other hand, if con- were suddenly almost glued to tho atmarks. Leaned against tho wall, but son. She was emotion. A few ards off some dis- thfeevear-ol- d small dots of chenille, sion. name of ported with vervspots over tho principal He didn't want to laugh: he had had siderable wheat bran and oats bo fed, nnr.n,- - hv s'ecine t"p mounted- men were guarding Austrian tentive and seemed to love the child, did vou? or else wrought . Severina had conceived for " 'La n? ...I forgot that the only his laugh before he discovered his mis- with abundance of milk, grass and hay, the party whose letter he had just part, with a narrow scalloped edge of You but after two months slc suddeiuy left Eugene a passion as violent as it was office U a wooden partitake. d he had got through. Now he the tendency will be to produce a beeu reading regarding the oranges. -situation and the town. The child wall in These may he had in real the 7i. "v; hopeless. When she heard of nis pro- - " kept his ;cry next da lost its tion. Oh, vou brushed against a barrel always looks a man all over and waits larsrc stomach with a well sprung rib, The youni man had as he ;vas word, chenille. thread lace in small designs, but the wild; when she dead 00113' 111c VUiunri iisucu. bean to ail the departure she was going speak first before he tries to fine head and short legs, while rapid and calledat tho office "Sir, cau vou tell me the name ot that memory, and suffered from continual of lime on your way home, eh? The for mm t fun shapes arc not always good: hence it is ir the motive ot it, she turned M with him in a barber's zrowth will be secured. Such an . A week later it died with- sidcwa'ks were too narrow, of course. have any to his homo in Missouri. He, however, straight material by . drowsinc-at- , demon. Failing in a determined will give a large How of milk and neither recognized nor saluted anyone, nett'T to buv the Balnncinor votir books, indeed! You chair. ExcJianc. witVa nc.it small pattern on "Karl Gottfried was the answer ha;inc been really ill. The corpse out lhe yard by stabbing tempt to baulkTiis iteop in fair llesh upon pasture alone, for he was dead, and Ins body- was enof a. in the coffin, when a young mean that vou were balandnir a billiard the peace of Vi la-One edge. At the Murphy librae sale at him with a stiletto, 'she assured him franca, month after almont returned to war. placed into the hou-ind when dry will winter well upon cased iu a coffin on its way home for the lower mae a masque veil, which, cue in one hand and a glass of bad threw her Lugene do Jevvc-- s burst yard will one of the 'first Looks sold was ha3'. This is "of great importance to Enquirer. with hcrlast xvords that she would be Pans with the army of Italy, where he the other. No" self u"on Ul "cai cm,,, a,lu' trying liquor inwhy were must be pinned behind the crown of Gould's history of Delaware the farmer, as a ton is worth only revenged. De Valmont laughed at the Then 3011 chewing cloves Jay "The Mime woman bitterl;, said: found the following letter awaiting his ,iinenune,ltnL-eoii.M." r the bonnet, and as the fabric is narrow written when Jay was a por about twenty-fiv- e per cent more than An Austin man, who has just got it nicrcl; covers the front of the bonpoi'oucd my child. She was my nurse when vou came inP Why did 'yon try County, arrival: an eve on the actions of the young lady. to climli up the book case, aud grow schoolmasle. and embellished with the a ton of the best meadow ha3" for out a boot of poem?, met Gilhooly and net, and drops y Milan. 6th August, IMP. down the face. and "now she has murdered author's portrait As Jay ha-- bought food The best hay at four dollars per the following procw"S were nau: In this resolve, however, I was foiled. MrDciR Or.n FniEho. Yon know that 1 before,'bov!" The woman spoke 3'our about the stairs being so steep? the veils cost from two dolreal lace Hospital hero where I 1 or She left Algiers about a month after. am still at the Military our Tired, were 3011? I should say yoa in every copy he could get hold of and ton would be equal to corn at hve dol- "Did you read my new book?" "O The upward t o material by the van!, . truth. It'has been found that iu Bostov wounded nn lars them the. book is nu e, and lars, or fourteen cents per bushel. anu 1 never kurw wnau uucaiuu t nui uhnll mmttn until all i ,,. .. - I read it." "How did you like it?" be, poor, overworked fellow. must vesaro also very dollars. Hay contains an abundance of nutritive "M'v dear sir, I assure you that I laid it is about L2."'. Red vei s tulle, either " 'Nearly four vears had passed smco cra marauders cauirbt by our men rlMnetbo there' is a society of child murderers, this copy brought twentv-fou- r You see this? Well, this is a pedom fmminiiable bolh in fine of p.easure." A'. F. Sun. Eugene's 'return Wo kept up a dead, and on wmia of them who tried to win poison children by means of so by eter whicli I put in your pocket when materidl to support an animal in high aside with a great deal They are instigated to do plain or do" ted. and in the narrow ao a constant correspondent and I learned the ondition. The question is, whether i A WOmail, "" is you went out this evening to go to th.it Is usod n :i:ns up a the animal will cat and can digest a Texas Sirtin'j. H'v g.cu-L- uo ana tne mrin 01 one ir her. as sno was on tne point or ncaia a IjjnJlICal s CI his marriage offii : newspaper she sends to a mend, so win;, m sp.ut- - niu :u ceyrel my services to Jrcs h?r Ci.tan.n.r. woman of Indians now scarf veil to protect the complexion m pou, wLoui ho cal.cd Lucn. lie con- I miles. Balsufficient quantity. This depends upe The Modoc tribe It roisters twenty-fiv- e judReofiny anwement when I beard berl r.i to as raan3 children . as possible-- , that it looks Mke a well stuffed nillow. . . families or 10G windy and cold weather. Haryer 9 th number but twenty-si- x tinually pressed me to exchange and go mrv: tin l iruiuuiin:i 111c Lir. nnxi- - " immike them participate in tho ancing Hooks will make you a pedestri- is something that Uo man is woman the buy and the capacity Hazar. Under the withered -.1 am La Severina." Ghicaa& Journal. back to France. ctomach. persons, I before the earth as an one o these days, Mr. Kumminlate, enough to understand. featured of the woman T recornlred your 'At length I got appointed to a former acquaintance In Algiers. Uy wnt wis of heaven their souls." Ar. 3'. Morning Journal. avalry regiment quartered in Paris, Muds aS BiUlartiiSJUi h cam to ba et-in ipt of tho dead 1 shall rnlnln. Enough to know that before dyinir coininuiiieatc iart fallowed theprtet-tthave cf "her confession, m.l, as I Lucieii for Wltf was who stole at Mf ih.nisbt.she it iliii Alteration of adventure, which I ahal1 Aflloosie? (Jenius. - "..?? ,.". tgjgB& renn'X'tflTt - lodsred-dticed- ' ' itati. KUi-wi- th -- i high-hearte- d , , Austro-Hun-Ital- y. THE DAIRY. Pleas in behalf of the common com grow in number and earnestness. Give her a chance. Pet her, feed her well, bo as particular with her as with a costly Jersey or Friesian, and ste if she That is will not respond handsomely. tho current talk, and there's a good deal in it A". Y. Examiner. Wo are happy to see that some dairymen are beginning to think for themselves At a meeting of the Dela ware County Dairymen Mr. Gilchrist said: "The man that makes more butter by feeding makes hotter butter. I have seen cows' milk churned separately, and I know that the cow that made the best butter made tho most- - J?:uteru. . SCHOOL .1X1) CIIUUC1I. .micteedtn-generatio- ns. two-third- s- .New'-lork- " xids-iona- rv aniL-larm- s h , - o. iww f&Mfl a- - - -- 1" !-- CT - JiuJ!(H"w-thorolthafabOuatlMhf- , a iiiiit.it.iu, pure-la-hear- s x r s.-- . Oc-c- ej-c- s -- d pro-iounce- d dead.-Lond- Inler-Ocea- n. d, Ice-Palac- e. fellow-workm- an found-nothi- ng." I one-thi- rd . e, - 1 well-nig- - m e. Globe-Demo-e- ra'. High-Chur- ch - nt ? i d -- well-earn- ed riflr al co-tiini- his-famil- y "-- . ivorv-whit- al f, wrly-bange- Provi-denc- Low-Churc- h well-bronz- ed - ftt rod-mouth- rfetItlE?isll X vfurc-'-Temp- U s ad-vu- -e g e, "" well-directe- d over-churni- la-tc- doer-antle- rs ice-bir- fivo-foo- m iciu the-Huds- ancie- half-dolla- r. rr liresi-rvatio- De-hi- tin-ha- s e, 0. w y j s e. 1 v, scmi-transnare- nt ll c - one-legge- d, above-describe- d -- t s. over-feedin- olive-colore- d n' bullet-woun- d. "" -- .J to-nig- ht -ro- pe-dancers h-- P,?.?."? ...-.-"--"- VZrZZ -- lea-ne- Fe "' ani-jn- al Three-quarter- . New-Yor- k s e, w.,. hxiri&l.-Cinci- nnali n , halt-wa- ! 1 nn..-i,-,.- i,( .:; de-ttoj- ed nar-.nti- e. j raSasaTalK 1 111111 sew-lag-- ;!- 1. d'-o- s 1 "H? w . KM f" Wlint to Do About Animal I)IstAie. TARJI AXD FIRESIDE. Dairymen Prefer It. Reuncln'r Obesity. Missus. "Wells, Richardson & Cat There has not been before in Mahogany furniture should bo Since the introduction of your Improved minv Prince Bismarck has for Mjjibeen years such general health . rrashed with warm water and soap, then Butter Color among my customers, tt has GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. lean cattle and hogs as there & now. an application ot bees-waand sweet troubled with obesity. Life 'r&j a bur- riven universal satisfaction. The leading ot lhe late Swino Commissioners -- one of oil upon a soft cloth, and polished with I den to him because of the : Xi sunt vas dairymen of this section who have used it woman, anil she thought Annina giro it. the preference whom visited twenU-sia rich finish. Y. Y. llesh he as forced to carry. He , in- of whatever name or over all other colors, SUUo KENTUCKY. a silly, chamois, gives HICKMAN. nature. afllicteil with all sorts of maladies-romantic Hrl whose enthusiasm practically no disease. There IS. and Times. They are should t e crushed She told me pricluding insomnia, because of his exces- tbntit does especially pleased with the fact prooaoiy aiwavs will he, occasional not become rancid, like other In removing old broken panes of fj found In the Great Modern Discovory, vately that she had a very por opinion PBINTFMPS. trichina', a very small percental-t hut idass from a window, dip a small brush sive corpulence. Count William Bis- oil colors and their product brings highest ...... of Allesio Ghianda'a nm... l. ...exuens 11 I marck, the prince's second son, was prices in market. W. s. NAT, Druggist. iuu DEt- Know 11UI0 or mt,: fn nitric or muriatic acid and go over To the Editor: "My brother-in-fawould do better U.vdirhill, Vt., April 5, lfcSi troubled in the same way; but he found its cause; ltafhicts our pork perhaps no tho putty with it. Let it rest and a doctor, one Schwcnningcr, a Bavarian, with n balmv little thins. Here Is to arrange a marriage for Annina more than that of other countries- and it will soon become so soft that you cau To fill your heart with Joy; The besetting sin is loafing around his partner. SinorBcnelli," she said. who claimed to have devised a regimen ooms.-- Waterloo Observer. Verhaps barrBut as it is a son? or spring, the one aud easy safety is in thorough romove it with ease. Kxcfumge. you man, "He is a prudent, middle-ageI send it by a boy. which would reduce any fat man tc mean the besotting sin. Oil City Derrick. cooking. The "cholera," which has Fowls appear to derive great beno-f- it reasonable proportions. and would make an excellent huswas so Ho (With Phosphorus.) been made excuse for selfish sensationTHE POEM. from eating grated band." About thirty years aso a prominent physisuccessful with the son that the fathei alism so costly to producers, had ,;- The vine on the cot is blowing:. In ll forms of highl seasoned food, was induced to try him, and Prince Bis- cian by tho nape of Dr. William Hall asked; Ponfn'nfrtnirTtlouJCunitlTeTlrtufi Fowls arc fond of "But if she loves Allesio?" I The nest is built in the tree, appeared" last fall, according toofficial and will cat largo quantities of ginger, a remedy for diseases of the throat, rnoui Debility, Ilraln, Heart and I was for although I was And the apple limbs are snowing' marck in consequence is no longer chest and lungs, which was of such wonllltrnnri, Dyp r!. Weak Lncgv Xtrroa admission. But how about pleuro- - pepper and onions. Horse-radisTheir blooms in the fragrant lea. shoulder. is D wn Coat!tut!oni, 81.0O sentimental. The derful efficacy that it soon gained a wide Exhiuiiton w1 The bird to his mate is singing-- . ixjwjiil liem OI tirnof has easily raised and appears to be as valu- troubled with superfluous flesh. "Yes, I shall come to Europo again," luuiiiiium;ir Signora Comba Rhruged her handThe lambkin skips on the hlii. dietary is not given; but it is reputation in this country. The name of peroottl Six bottl - . S5 OO been brought against the many compe- able as condiments that aro somewhat Sendpost&l for thIlralth, " And the rosy clover's springingsome shoulders. "Annina's love doesn't I replied. nown to inhibit rich soups and sacchar- the medicine is Dr. Wsl Hall's Balsam and rtfcl of wonderful cares rCcctrdof Cocs, Beet by eide the gurgling: nil. "Then 3011 must surely pay Allesio tent witnesses who testify that there is costly. tor the Luxes. count far much." she replied. "She conAddress ine wines as well as all foods which tsdlron. A'i.joardrJKltfor it. Sir Strephon his love is sifrhingr. and me a long visit." She put her verv little of that. would love a broomstick." Cold pancakes: A way to utilize tain much starch and sugar. Plain The cricket begins to chirp. Whence, then, all this noisy affirmaDR. C W. SCOTT, Stinging, irritation, all Kidnev and Bladclose to my ear. "I shall be I did not agree with her. Annina mouth buckwheat cakes has been And the boy In the back yard's tying Kansas City, Rio. tion? It emanates from a few persons cold by an ingenious woman. discov- meats, fish that i.s not oleagiuous, acid der Complaints,cured by The can to the brindled purp. was a child of an ardent, passionate his wifo," she whispered. "I shall be Drop a fruits, cabbage and lettuce and shell DB. SCOTT'S LIVES PILLS. already in Government employ and ered of butter in a she Annina Ghiandaja." temperament. She could lore, and lump fning pan, put the fish were all pemiissable. For drinks, The Increasing sales of Piso's Cure atAbove the lake in the hollow "Tho cab is here !' cried Pastor naturally anxious to enlarge and per- cakes in, lot tnem brown on both siues, cold water and tea, but beer was pro- tests its ci.- -i as the best cough remedy. loved Allesio. That inirrorfa cloudless sky Is darting the airy swallow. Late that night she came to my bed- Comba, and I tore myself free from petuate their easy places. Every slight pour a little milk over them, and nend hibited, and tho use of spirits discounteAnd the purple dragon-ily- . local sickness is magnified and teleWells' "Rough on Corns, " 15c. Ask for it. room, dressed in a flowing white wrap- Annina' 3 clinging arms. bumble-lethotn hot to the tabic and tho make nanced. DemorcsCt Monthly. The In the garden Complete, permanent cure, Corns, bunions. She wrote me several letters that graphed ovor the whole land, as was an entree that is astonishingly good. Huns riot the livelong day. her per and a pair of scarlet slippers, &nd Maud in her Dolly Varden long black hair floating about her shoul- summer. She seemed very happy, for the case tho other day in Columbia The Household. Plucks Cowers along the way. DOES Hale's IToney of Tlorehound and Tar. she was traveling with her parents, and County, N. Y. The alarmists are ders. If she had sun"- the To make pork of the best quality, How Candidates are Named In Mexico. The bst medicine for couh or sore throat. -SlrStcphon his love is sighing. In thoroughly organized; they have been especially for smoking, no strong tastwas with them for awhile. from Lucia I should not have been par- Allesio The cricket begins to chirp. working toward this one'end half n Mexico has no political conventions. Fiko's toothache drops euro in one minute. And the boy in the back yard's tying ticularly surprised; but I was surprised, Septembor, as I was speeding toward CURES ing fjocf should be given during tho The can to the brindled purp. not to say horrified, when she Hung London, an old gentleman in the rail- dozenis years, and it is proverbial that last few weeks of the pig's existence. The nowspapers do the nominating. Skinny Men. " Wells' Health Renewer" D1SEAS herself on her knees before me and way carriage saw that I was reading plea we miiuh more active than protest. Even Indian meal is considered much The papers begin a discussion of can- restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia. POSTCniPT. ND aro not saying and have never didates about a year previous to tho burst out crying. I finally succeeded Italian, and addressed me in that But this poetic daisy IfShould too strongly Unvoted by English farm- presidential election. Next they "posLIVER COMPLAINTS, said that there is no Ax Extended Populauitt. Brown's make you Ead and sore. in comforting her, and she" raised her tongue. He was verv polite to me, in have Bframa It sets on the LIVEU, BOWELS sad And get you wild and crazy Atlantic States. It would be ers wh make choice hams and bacon a tulate" or nominate certain candidates. Bronchial TnocnES For been before the disheveled head. O," h moaned, a benign way, and tofd mo that he was in the if KIDXETS at the same time. To snill mo on the floor. strange there were not, with our fre- specialty. To tho refuse milk of tho At the head of the paper will appear: public many years. they relieving Coughs 1 asked him if are superior to "you will think me so wicked! I lied a banker in Turin ; so Throat tfonbles Aniburl me through the casement. BecnuM it cleanses th system of the quent cattle importations from tho in- dairy the add barloy or oatmeal and "We postulate" so and so, naming the andother articles. Sold only in boxes. Or maul me like a toy. to you. 1 did see AlloiJO alone once. he knew Giovanni Comba, the silk merous humors that dcrelope in Kidney sad Uripotatoes. Chicago Journal. journal's choice. Then, on election all And drop me to the basement. fected fields of Europe. Let what there nary Diseases, Biliousness, Jancdi-- Coastlp-Uo' bj moon- chant. It va? in the garden. Why take it out of the loy rues, or ia Rnec KcorsUia, the reliable receipts lhjn't Die in "Ye, indeed," he replied; "I know may be be "stamped onf&tt do it in "tor aUno of layor most is this: Ono cup dav, the voters assemble at the polling elours out rats, the House. Itoush on Rat." light. You will neror tell? Promise airX all restate Complaints. 15c. white mlce,tllcs,roaclied, cake pluoos. and each deposits a written balhim and his family verv well. Are you a seusiblc, business-lik- e me nevor to tell." t .'bOUD PROOF OF TUIS. KPiTArir. If tho few States claimed to be in- of butter beaten to a croam, with two lot for electors, who are to constitute Woman's chief twauty i hor sVtn. SamartttTs rr will mra,EX.T trans I solemnly promised. I had heard of acquainted with them r Beneath this stone lies Johnny Green, fected are not deemed capable of deal- cups of sugar; add one cup of sweet- the electoral bourd of the state. The Xtrelnt ensure that nrm to ull iU patrons. CONSTIPATION, PILES, lovers in a moonlight garden before, "With tho siguora and with AnteaAn oliico boy of modest mien. and RHEUMATISM. ing with the disease, as in Massachujett-am-i milk, three euui of Hour, with two with law stipulates that the ballot must bo nina," I said. and I mentioned the fact now. Who found the pathway to the tomb. By causing FBXE ACTIO of all the crjaam rats, mice, piles, roaches, ants, written, and a table, with paper and elsewlu- - e. then let Government spoonfuls of baking powder mixed Straight from an editorial room. and functions, thereby "Ah. Annina," he rcpnaV I "But in America!" she exclaimed, as "I it and the well boaton whites of five utensils, is provided beside the crows, cleared out by "Rough on Rats- "15c li. K. Uunhittnck, in Harper Ma'jazdie. though anythiugwore possible there. "I trotted her on my knee the ot day. put the who".' .uitter into tho hands of eggs. This is also delicious if baked writing BLOOD CLEANSING lox, and tho ballot mustlMJ writ- Tae jewd.rovlnRton.Kr .&- "Samaritan restenng the nomal power to throw oil disease. was so frightened that evening." She and now she is engaged to bj mar- - soiiK- one practical, nonesi. ohshio to in a loaf with a large cup of chopped ballot ten and immediately deposited undei Nervine curvd ino of Asthma and Scrofula. ' AXXIXA. man, with authority to qurrantine. THOUSANDS OF CASES shuddered at the recolle tioii. "1 only ried." thoni in last, reserving of the wont toraxa of these, terrible- diseases buy, to kill and bury or burn, calling to raisins in it; put Hour to sprinkle over the inspection of the supervisor. Some"To Allesio Ghianda'a," I addcJ. have boon quickly relieved, and in a short tims a little of tho Pastor Comba was a WaUIcnsian stayed ten minutes, aud I was trembling times the voters of the different partic-wi- ll anil coPERFECTLY CURED. "He is not worthy of her," said the his aid all necessary assistants Boston Transcript. clergyman, whose acquaintance 1 made alfthe time; for if my mother had disLONO meet a few hours previous and U LI q I ID OR Dr.T. SOLD BT DECCClSTS. TRICE, operation; and then let him present the th em. oh, I can't think what old banker. "He drinks and he gamat a prayer meeting in Venice. There covered us, she done!" dipped in agree upon some caudidate, but usualh A small piece of resin Zry can b sent by mail. of exbles. He went to Paris last spring, and bill, with vouchers for every itemsimple water, which is placed in a v"scl on a each voter has made a choice of candi- I'rom Stono In Tho Kidneys or Ono of & Co., Burllnctcn, Vt. WZLia.HlJlLaUDSOI are prayer meetings in Venice, and the she would have lar Dluj Ajuiu ir IS! 1. Jlecotcry III Citizen Troy',, l!et I saw him at Christinas time, this returned half dead from tho elects of pense. But to organize for this Italians relate their experiences and of stove, will add a peculiar property to dates without any pressure from part) TlirouR'" the Use of Davlil Kennedy's Ghiandaja, for he came with his dissipation. I hope Comba will break work tho proposeil now "Bureau in tho atmosphere of the room, which will machinery. lteiuedy (of Koudout, N. sing hymns with all the fervor of en- Signor mother-in-laiV. Y. Sun. to pay a visit. oil' the match. Little Annina deserves Animal Industry." and that, too,Defuture rarkr3TSTr3sg?S?ST5E m thusiastic Methodists. My friend. Miss irive great relief to persons troubled by no means strango that Dr. David It Is connection with "the "Agricultural !.a.J-??r?.?iaLJ- i follow-I- n have Leslie, called for me, one evening, and They arrived late one evcuing, and the a better husband." Harvey, who discovered tho circu. Kennedy bhouldrendinK received tho see in at Washington, and etiuip with a cough. The heat of the water AUeiio had Just before the steamer sailed from partment" mother entered first. it you will lrttter. By I accompanied her because I thought it with a quarter of a million dollars is siillieiunt to throw off the aroma u! lation of the blood, in order to convince ono minute why James Andrews was thankrather novel to glide to a prayer meet- stopped below to pay tho cabman, she Liverpool I received a lcttor from An- it twenty men appointed by a politi- the and gives the ame relief that Charles II of tho tru'.h of what he wa ful: 18 UNFAILING. and e went some dis- said: but in a minute he walked into nina. She wrote in the, gayest of spir ing in a gondola. mammoth is afforded by a combustion of resin. teaching and to stop the clamor of the Dr'.D. Kennedy, Jlondout, X. Y.: AXD IXFALUDLB drawiiijf-room- , where we were all its, although she told me that hor mar cal intrigue, is to repeat on a tance, twisting through narrow canals, the tip au Sir Lntil within a recent date I jjf crxrso scale the "hog cholera" disgrace and It is preferable to combustion because superstitious to have his bend chop I years suffered greatly from W turning innumerable corners, shooting assembled. He greeted Pastor Comba riage had been postponed. folly of past years. the evaporation is more durable. The ped off becau-- e he was "a teacher ol bad for sevoral by tho doctow tho Brick-duEpileptic Fits, anil his wife, he was introdu cd to mc, Gravel, called "Dear Allesio must go to Lyons od the "grasshopper" a score of bridges, while the soft moonsame resin may be useu lor weeks. disease." of "So strange doctrines," took the king to s Spasms, Falling Sediment. For about n year past this rapm-rririUlight beamed as brightly as it did on and finally he approached Annina, with bnsinoss," she wrote, "but he will soon which of have lately heard in Maine we It is now said there is no truth in nobleman who had a hole in his chest sediment has not passed oil in tho usual - ii- - KNK VJ U M W Sickness, Convul-Sho came return. I have made him a little travboth hands outstretched. the night when Jessica escaped from has accumulated, causing mo Kausas. That, too, if it is hero idea that vines allowed to through which his heart could bo seen. quantity, but Having heard of DR. DAVID clons, St. Vitus Dance, Alcoholism, SIrylock's house. We halted at last be- forward slowly, her head hanging and eling cap of blue silk, and you cannot and was also imported. Get rid of the popular at all, a house will make it The king touched the throbbing organ untold pain. fore a great, grim palace, and t tall a hot flush dyeing her cheeks; she put think how well he looks in ft. He says it at once, in the samo simplo way climb against them cut down below the with his finger aud 'va surprised that KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY, I Opium Eatlnj, Scrofula, anrj an it man hastened forward to help us up the her hands in his aud looked up at him that he will not dare wear it. for all tiio above suggested; and our coasts once damp.so Keep they do not choke the the nobleman was not aware of it unles; triedandin my case, and alter using about ttcrjzus and Blood Diseases? bottlos, I voided a stono roof that ono slippery steps. This was Pastor Com- shyly. He glanced over hi shoulder girls will fall iu love with him, ami ho clear of those sources gutters, and there will bo no trouble ho saw his finger in the cavity. is from the bladder, of an oval sbapo, 7 10 of It iwvers, Literary Men,' t"r"To Clergyat I lie mother, a plump, consequential will surely be carried oil by somebody. ba, a singularly handsome man, with a its surince. 1 and all whoso of danger, let us sco that we stop from this source Beside tho beauty not generally known that none of the an inch long, nna rough on that you may Merchants, Bankers, silky beard and mustache covering the little woman. "With your permission," Ami then,' he adds, 'what would von bringing any more of either infection they give to an otherwise plain and vitaforgans aro supplied with sond you tho largost pieco eedcntarvcmploymcntcju ij Nervous Prossenorj eeo of what it is composed. Sine then I tration, lrrecularities ot the blood, stomach, lower part of his face. He led the way he said; then without waiting for it, he do. Annina, miaV Ah, what should I across the Atlantic-"sin- ce quarantine uapaiuted houg, the cottage covered nerves. Any sensations coming from have felt no pain. I now consider myself bowels or KiJnevs, or who require a nerve up a wide marble staircase to a large stooped and kissed Annina. For a dor' restrictions seem to prove ineffectual. with vines will possess the advantage them are convoked through the sympa- cured, and can not express my thankful- o tonic, appeti2eror"stlmulant. Samaritan Xert-in- e So she ran on for ten pages Alle-doroom, where thirty or forty men and moment she stood bewildered. Her , . BV r n asi ness and gratitudo for so signal a deliver-nncis invaluable. mother began to laugh, and Annina Allesio, always Allesio. I answered as For why should the vast cattle Interests of greater coolness in summer and in- thetic system. women were assembled. Ssome were from a terriblo disease. You have C2TTb'ou sands fBfcJIuHfcfliJ of Amorica be put in jeopardy for the creased warmth in wintor. my consent to uso this letter, should you proclaim it the most devout mu1s; some, like me, had been covered her face with her hands and soon as I reached New York, and in profit of the few who ship cattle here In the Arctic regions when a man wish to do so, for tho benefit of other suf- wonderful Jnvlgor-abrought by a friend; and a few were ran away, while Allcsio twirled his the net letter I epectd to hear of for speculative purp so? Wo have a Andrews. desires a divorce ho leaves the houe in ferers. Yours truly, JamesTroy, IS. Y. As the weeks that eversttstaln-c- d tlBlElBWEl) Deep rulverlzation of the Soli. there out of sheer curiosity. One peas-- , mustache and looked very handsome. Anuina's marriage. Ida IliU, "ood plant of all the loading thorough a sinkin'r nrstem. I adm're audacity in a man, and I ad- slipned by 1 pictured the child on her Greeds anger and does not return for several No. iu Marshal St., ant entered, looked about him with a "When wo consider that tho medicine $1.50 per bottle. lot us make the best of In preparing land for a crop we days. The wife understands the hint, Andrews puzzled air, and asked what was going mired him, although there was a gleam wedding journey, toohanpy to write to of them, Europe; did service and likewise of our own plough and harrow it, fining tho sur- packs hor clothes and leaves, and yet which only this dollar a for Mr. it would TheOR S.A.RlCHMor, bottle, one costs cross himself in his eyes that niado me distrust him. me or anybody else. The new year on. The reply made him KEDICALCO, which contain face soil to secure a seed bed to give the hardy, healthv natives they call tho Esquimaux savages. -- X seem that persons afflicted in like fashion prictors, St Joseph, Mo. and hasten away, shaking the unholy He divined that I was s'mpalica, and dawned, a clear, f osty day, the sky a elements capable of unsurpassed develcan afford tho cxponso of testing its vira good start. Is not the future 11 Graphic. crop during his visit lie poured out his heart dazzling blut and thenir full of powdust from his feet. (IS) rJoUbyaHDrntjglsts. tues. Get it of your druggist, or address opment. growtii of the crop just as important as The room had been, in days gone by, to me, as Annina had poured out hers. dery snow that blew off the house-tonDr. David Kennodv. Rondout. N. Y. CO, kgab, Chbp, III L3BD, STOUTHTJUS But, after all, it is one comfort to re- tio start ? And can a successful growth a.banquet hall, and the ceiling showed I took these lovers under my wing; I On such a day the sentimental traveler A Philndclphinn has discovered that this costly sensationalism The kidneys act n attention he rosy nymphs and bacchantes, now very carried them off on walks and drives, thinks of orange groves, of gray olive flect that characterized the agitation he obtained unlc-- s equal of tho culti- a wealth of sunny, golden hair" purtSers of the blood, which has given to the entire body and when their fane dingy and badly defaced. As an offset never neglecting an opportunity to turn orchards, of the blue, titleless sea of "contagion" will not be wholly vated soil, whicli is to be occupied by changes to an unmistakable red in coloi LIIISOAIIU l'Uods ere Interfered It to tiicse pagan pictures, one side of the my back on them, and acting deaf and breaking on the Southern coast. servo the roots, including, to some evtout. about six months after niarringe. results if it with through welt hall was covered with Scripture texts, blind to their whispers and glances In was on that day that I received my last without compensating to draw attention to tue im- the subsoil? No matter how well tiie thT heed would hayc looked return these lovers declared an uud ing letter from Annina; for, although I had indirectly and where a Catholic They become affection for me. At a wechlinj in Hannibal. Mo., the writteu to hor sevoral times, she had portant truth that health in domestic seed bed may be prepared, and how to find a basin of holy water was a tahealthfully art! re by In the blood Is apt to show Itself la the Sprlne. ia animals, as in human creatures, can good a start be given the plant, if the bridal march was played on anuuit! "You must come and sec us, when we ignored me completely. After I tval the use of ITosttter's nature snouUl'by all meant be assisted la throwln; It ble full of tracts. In a corner stood a only result from wholesome food, pure ret of the ground is iu poor condition Stomach Hitters. or. Spiffs Specific does thU eCecflvelr. It Is a pureparlor organ, a young lady seated on a arc married." Allesio said, "l'hero it I brought out the letter that had air, comfortable quarters and general tlie crop must necessarily suffer. There organ. wn alanine short of ""yS wtr ir.ier from other ly vrseiabie, mneilr, which helpi nastool before it, intently studying a hymn shall be a room set apart for you: and reached me in Liverpool, and sourci-sThis superb are probably few farmers who have not must stay weeks a whole winter that, hardly able to believe my own provision for maintenance of strength Caucer far Fourteen Yearn! book. Thither Pastor Comba led us, stimulating ionicr ture to force all the pofeen or taiat oat through tsx well, nosted nad more or les experience of the Western hogs cannot keep and S. C, March 14, l.sU. TOa4a?2si?o&K3B? also prvt-nt- and ague. pores of the tktn. and introduced us to his niece, Signo--- r Annina una and I will tr to prove that eyes. Some day I mean to go to Europe in mud and cold, or in stys reeking kind, where tho crop sts fiver I havii for 14 years been a suiTerer from started well, Mr. Robert A. Easiey. of Dlefcsen. Tean.. writes. coDMipailon. liver Comba. She was not more we are not ungrateful. Ve shall never again, and I shall certainly look up An- with filth, and eating frozen, mouldy rina Annina c Jipnint, dyspepander date March M. last: "I bad ctrft'j ami fever, whicli it can only do with a good seed n rujning sore on mv fuco that everybody nina. I do not know what to think of d forget you, eh, ATrnina.?'' than seventeen a pretty, slim, sia, rheumatism and followed by rsteuBMtl'm. far three years, sojnatl was called a Cancek. 1 have used over $3 "J crowded, iK'd. ami yet failed to realise expectaI She shook her head aud slipped her lier. aui able to attend t.i my bastoes; had tried other al in corn; nor Eastern cows in received The letter slip of a girl, who looked very and found no worth of STOMACH Mndut mrdlctae, awl Sound no relief. A w"h rt'cnlaniy stables, with fermenting tions, without any satisfactory reason About fourmedicineago I bou 'bt one relief. months I tried one bottle Swift's Specific. ,rea.eby all Drue friend n commended b. demure, but her black eye were bub- hand iu mine, bv way of reply. . She LivcrjMol was written in AugUit; brewers' grains, glucose meal and I and Dealers bottle aod my hea.th Ria to Improve. IaoftUnaed to acvount for it-- Sometimes the fail- of Swift's Specific from Dr. II. E. IlelniLsh, never chattered in his hearing; she be- the letter I received New in bling over with life and fun. She had nera, j. until Ibsdtakeaidxbot.ic. aadit hai s't rncoaay C ensilage as insufficient feed. ure i laid to drought or excess!, e wet, and since havo bought Ave others, have feet, as so owl and well at ever. I reeeramended It tc in her hands a copy of Sankey's hymns, came shv and silent in his presence, York was writon four months later, When all all similarly arUicteu." humanely re- but seldom to the true cause tho con- taken i , and they havo ccr.ED me sound The" prayer-meetin- hardly daring to raise her eyes; but llie last latter I will translate as no Pain Onr Treatise on Blood and Skin PUeajes malted free an Italian version. and well! My faco is as free from a sore In. Causes when she did raise them, it was to be- literally as possible, keeping the original gard the comfort of their animals there dition ot the soil below the surface. as anybody's, and my health is porfectly began with Hold the rTort, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., to applicants. will not be a honk for hungry alarmists 1'eason as well as experience shows restored. I feel like forty had been ssPIV'CiV Drawers. Atlanta. Ga. Signonua Annina playing the organ stow an eloquent glance on her lover. punctuation. Such a neat letter! I to lay hold upon. A'. Y. Tribune. or Dread. Gives V T.Offlce. 1BV 23JSt. bet CthandTth Avenaet. that not only tho surface soil, but tht lifted off my head. Yours thankfully. and joining in the singing. Overhead, At table she sat beside him, and sho wonder if she dashed it off at fever SfffAMBMM Eliza Tixslev. throughout, noeds the nymphs still smiled sweetly, and blushed when he tilled her wineglass, heat, or composed it carefully, biting But Trrenty-si- x Kelier at Once. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases riiKations a Minute. groundare arions ways of to be lined. -- H$ blushed again when he passed her the the with her white little HThere doing this, mailed free. S the bacchantes never dropped their The wirr Specific Co., This porous plaster U Drawer 3, Atlanta, Go. In a village in a conntv adjoining among which the fallow is the best, as Xot a liquid or wreath; but two or three gondoliers bread. Alone with me, howover, she teeth, and wrinkling her pretty brows! famous for Its quick for If 1 could answer this, I should think Monroo resides a gentleman about it allows of a more complete pulvoriza-tiowent out of the hall, knocking a few rattled awav as though to make-uand hearty action In The Philadelphia father who made his mvstery. of the soil; or the land may bo forty-fiv- e that I understood the years of age, a skillful phybenches over to show their disap- lost time. curia? Lame Doct, Applied suufT. daughter eat onions every night for dinKheamatfcnn. SdaUca. Once I asked her who Signor Benelli in the fall, so as to get the ner, PfAZZA d'Azkgmo. sician andsurgeon, although not now proval. Pastor Comba made a fervid Sido or Hip, yeuralia, BUa" Joints to prevent hur seeing a certain young CncklntheEaci; was, and she looked at me in surprise. posieneiit of tho frost in the exposed d in practice, aud a prominent and inllu address; a man in the Turin, 4 December. man, has been thwarted. Tho young man nith the finger. and Husclca, Sure Chest, Kidney Troubles and all pains It soocacs, or acbes eitht-- local or soil "Papa's partner," she replied. audience rose, and described his conTho virtues of hops comDear Miss Pexsimvn: Since last I cntial citizen, who is in the romarka'do tion. I am sponkinjj of ami having a eats onions himself. "Do vou like him, Annina?" suflicient Sapcrlurto of having but preponderance of clay version: and finally there came an exThorough treat- bined with pums clean and ready to apply.cents or for wrote to you, so much has happoned physiological condition I llnlmccts. lotions and ealTes. ""rice Si "Cost, co. He is not young; he is that my poor brain is in quite a whirl. twenty-si- x They IVm Surely Find You. pulsations of the heart per drainage for good work. Whore tho hortation from a youug man, who apua. g They aro looking for you everywhere. fat, he is bald, but he is very amiable." 1 am the happiest of women, the wife minute and yet is able to attorn! to or- necessary drainage is lacking, peared to be not more than twenty. ment rill cure. of air in unexpected stores. iUUtd on must be resorted to. In spring, Draft-- hot rooms to cool ones,places, guing HAY-FEV- E Clearly the thought of him as a suitor of the best of men and mistress of the dinary duties and business, and freHis eloquence was tremendous. from carelessness entered her head, and I con- prettiest house in all Turin. Just think, quently is in this city. In a healthy as soon as the gro'ind is dry enough, in changing clothing: In short nnyt ,ing Annina's great eyes dilated, and had never EI.T BHoTHEK Dmssxl. Owe.-- V . prletora. Boston, llasa. thorough- which ends in a " common cold "in tho Miss Leslie cried, but the crowd went cluded that Signora Comba had men- a whole house! Mamma, who still male person of mature years the con- cultivate and --s crazy. Everybody wanted to speak at tioned him only to contrast him with lives in an apartment, envies me, 1 tractions ot the heart aro from sixty to ly, and harrow well, using the roller head." Unless arrested this kind of cold $ S TBIV1S- once, when the young man sat down, Allesio. I rather fell in love with the know. It is a great thing to bo mar- eighty per minute, probably averaging and other implements, if needed, until becomes seated in theisraucous membrane 1ST The beet family pUl made J awley's SJomach and of the head. Then it Catarrh. In any In the Into war the the upper portion of the soil is well and all its stages this disease always yields liver rata !!, rWymtloartlonandeanytots'ie. and the air was rent with passionate young man, too. He wa? always the ried. Everybody treats me with re about sixty-liv.lln. To prevent and cure all voices that Pastor Comba tried in vain same, serene and smiling; perhaps a spect, even mamma, but I must except gentleman leferred to was a surgeon, line ; then turn this body of pulver- to Ely's Cream Halm. Applied to the nosntseuses'andto secur a wnit Ueaf Hair Restorer. to quell. When order was restored we trine arrogant, a inue vain, but cour- ray cook, Assunta, who used to be my and at the conclusion of his service re- ized soil under, and give tho samo trils with the linger. Safe, agreeable, cerMmj7 soft and beautiful Complexion, use Walnut inconsiderate. Annina's mother nurse and who st'll considers me a turned to his native town and entcreil treatment to tho soil brought up. Mnny tain. Price fifty cents. teous aud went home: but we had first been vited by the clergyman to dine with I disliked, for she seemed a purse-prou- d -child and scolds me. I was mar- upon the practice of his profession, would think it a pity to turn down such Ik a boy would liko to make timo go fast him and his niece onthefollowingeven-ing- . dame, and I know that she told Signora ried in white silk (hand embroid- but was soon obliged to give it up on mellow soil, and consider the work re- let him use tho spur of tho moment. While in the quired upon it as lost. They do not Comba that I ought to pay more for my ered') and my husband gave mc account of ill hea'th. firomaiie Alum Sulphur Soap. Thus began my acquaintance with board. Annina stood in awe of her, anil pearls to wear. He is so good, army he contract I diarrhea, which cotisidor that there is but little room The best interests of humanity depend One calce win DC cnt u J t is entire!; different from all others. It Is as dear our women folks, ofSoldbr DnwftiU r address. the Combas, and that winter I boarded her mother corrected her continually. so kind! I love him better every became chronic, ani wa a'llicted some- in the shallow seed bed for tho roots, on the good health ofbrightest 203 STorth Jeeniio.uj . .nnri as wati r, and as its nami- inaicatea Is a pcrTitt Ycsetaintellects and yet those with nilEYlHJri'r.1 ire- - ine nt.au "'"'e.-.- i. b.f Hair lb mo" r. J' vr!I with them in Florence, whither the It. was "Sit up, Annina;" or, "Turn day, if that were possible. Dear uncle what with dyspepsia, ii wis then dis- that sustenance and growth must be seem to suffer most with ailments peculiar ,hi,j.lnhla. l'a. hair to its natural co or. fixma idajdra't.rcs or Laundry Soap toes, Annina:" or, "Take care married us, and then went to Africa to covered that tho number oi li pulsa- derived mainly from the soil below.and to female life. Ic is well to remember that troaia. It pastor had been sent to take charge of out jour and product anevrcrowhwhrre tt has falkn off sultin any manner trate of h a.th. which dcsn.eucarof leada d nafl'ct the sliver preparations a Protestant chapel. He had a charm- what vou sav, Annina." I was ?lad rescue the heathen from their darkness. tions of his heart were stealily de- that, if this of"a good depth, the roots tho whole female system can be built up to Kaur. ce I.w lclanjr state or faded hair in a few ing wife, but no children, and Annina when the tireomo woman went, but I We all pray that he may succeed iu his creasing, and in the spring of 1S. will occupy it, and thus secure a largo a proper limbs,of endurance, pimples, sores, bcaur'fftl glossy brown. ,Ak yonr druggist monthly pains, and other passed the wiuter with them, in order missed Allesio's bright smile and melo- labors and that his health may hold numbered but thirty-eigper minute, feeding space, reasonably safe against swollen Park Is "5? W anPnolesale grocer, and nrsfclass retailers. dsysI to aKch be O r andwarranted. Jxa D. 2. 1. & f r Cincinnati, , indications of female disease, made to disC ' Cbittxxtos, tcx. that she might study music Her home dious voice, and Annina was d goo I. Aunt Maria went with him. and have since diminished until thej drought, little atlected by wet weather, appear and robust health of mind and body --She wrote more letters bhe wore her old gray silk at the wedwas in Turin, and I asked her, one day, for a week. There i? and requiring less manure than with take the placo of illness and distress, if a now number but twonty-sim sas n aW at the dinner table, if there was no than ever, and received more; mean- ding, and cried all the tiiiK. I novo but one instance recorded where the ordinary culture. This advantage in timely uso is made of Dr. Guysott's Yellow and Sarsaparilla. It restores tho FUHNEL Garments came up our wa-- . saw her cry before, but I suppose she contractions of tho heart per rainuto fertility mo.e than pays for the etra Dock to perfect health, good music teachers there. while the spring l blood it strengthens tho As BLUE She smiled significantly, and her un- Annina grew very religious; she wept was thinking of Africa. were limited to the number last named labor in the crop that follows, tho muscular and nervous system. It gives Of Inferior Qnallty of Goods are not Middlesex,' which XIVSTITTJT-B- . s cle shook shook his linger at her. to the with her uncle, she urinary .M the KiUH.fbcd. 1C"; Incorporated, After the wedding, tho journey! My and the patient survived. Yet so far benefit extending to if tho next gear's tono to tho digestive andthe mucousorgans. JT!DTttistmllU ttenutne Tneiliddl sex Company. In order memtreat- It allays nil irritation of ,L i heirciistonien and the public plre notice same IW. FurtrieCcri'of Cnncrrs, "Yes, there are music teachers there," attended service three times on Sunday husband let me plan the route. 1 could as outward appearances indicate, there crop, and indefinitely Vice is, Tumors.DieKjtsES. Ncrofulu a word, it Is a perfect female sU aothlmadc froS, TII.lTMIDDLC hereafter he sail, "and there i also a young and she visited the poor with her aunt. not decide, so he helped me, and we are many years of life yet for the genment is continued, which is not now brane. Inand aids every function of fewithout the and Skin BLUE FLASSELb AND medicine, mechanical male life. No other remedy ecmals it. Have v IrllT -CLOTHS, sold by all leading clotblcrs. must uso of knife orLossoF Bioon, and little pain. For man there, and he distracts Annina'! She became interested in a Protestant bought guideb oks and maps, and final- tleman whose heart throbs only onco dilheult in the improved MLK n AKOEhS," furnished by the Selling lsfobmatiw rtErrLAES iXD KrKixns, address mind; so she muststay here in Florence, charity school; so she taught ragamuf- ly we made up our minds to travel when ordinarily it should beat nearly condition of the soil. your druggist get it. Tako no substitute. AenS to all rsrtles ordcrtnc the goods. Sit. F. Xm l'OXI), Aurora, Kano Co., III. fins the Testament twice a week. The through our own country. I had never three times. As a consequence of deif she will learn anything.'" WENDELL, FAY & CO.. So.l is made bad by had treatment, cpLLIXO AGENTS, MIDD ESEX COMPACT. Annina very soon told me that she ragamuffins" fathers and mothers, 255 The poorest borrower caii always return been farther sout:i than Florence. We ficient circulation his hands and feet and, once in this condition, it is very Worth St. Ker York. :i7 Franklin St.. was engaged to be married, aud in a Pastor Comba declared, did visited Genoa and Pisa, and finally went are uniformly cold. He is subject to apt to remain so. getting worse if its thanks. Boston;S14 Chestnut St. . Fh.iadt lpnia. week 1 knew all about Allcsio (Jhian- - not like to see their children taught, and to Rome, and spent two delicious" weeks faint spells, "which sometimes can be fertility is allowed to diminish. Wet IiAST year's fashions are out of date, but We wiu send free by mall a sample set of onr large da'a. I heard of his blue eyes, his they stoned the school-rooour own. This ABSOLUTE" 11111 one day. there, visiting tho e monuments that averted, but if not he falls suddenly, ploughing and indifferent culture are last year's friends aro still Vegetable ComGerman. Fr neb and American Ctiroino Cards, on lin'cd and gold grounds, with a price list of oicr2U curly hair, his beautiful white hands Annina came home, a martyr, with lier history has rendere I so familiar. Wo and when he strikes the floor or ground lhe main cause. Such was the case is why Mrs. Pinkham's A Utr nr il signs on of a stamp for postage. lady who and his sweet tenor voice. Annina right wrist sprained ; so I wrote letters both caught cold, an I my husband was consciousness returns instantaneously. with land in central New York before pound never loses favor; every not?) feel We will also s. nd free by mail as samples, ten of our t Vamifuk Chromuson rece.pt of tencentstopay for knows its worth (and who does l&y the In Uiem she des-- c ill for two days and I nur.cd him, glad It would almost seem that at such times tho introduction of the dairy, showed me his portrait, which she wore for her to Allcsio. age . aiso enclose a ! lar kofng and pos olichromos. Agentaconfidential price that the kindly faco of Mrs. Pinkham ia our large wanted. Address list ibed minutely all ihat she did and to show my devotion and in a locket, and I pleased her by saving by uo of manure and the growing of sod that of an honored friend. y.GLEASOXiCO.. Gbtunineri tree C Boston, Mass. 3'et grieved the action of his heart ceased and reTwo thonsnml stitches n mlnnte. Thr only thought; nothing was too trivial, and I that he should suffer! He recovered en the concussion its contractions were that he must be very haniUomc tho land obtained rest and Ot the absolutely flrt-cli- s .Nrwlnsr Machine In the was skeptical enough to wonder if any tirely and we were able to rn oml tn newed, as by violent jarring tho wheels benclit of disintegrating vegetable mat"An Apollo'." she exclaimed. Corn isn't shocked by electricity. world. Kent on trlnl. Wnrrnntnl !i yesn. wJi3S323fc1 Mend for Illustrated Cntnlniriin nod Clrrnlnr She wrote many letters to him, and man h.cl in this workaday world Naples, where we lingered in rapture of a watch whose motion was susUndcrdraining, which was pracIt- - Airent. WnnK-rt- . ELAS7IG TRUSS ter. THE WILMOX NEW-I- f season, but l a little e a lad dlRereot from all oth MACHINE CO.. (hlenicoor.Ven-York-. It may b givo ourlato in the friends a received many in return, and as a favor who could read one of those pended will be set going. The doctor ticed to some extent, further contribbefore that beautiful Tm so often degardening iers. Is cup shape, with aoapu oho would occasionally show me a line letters thiongh, every morning for a scribed iu prose and poetry. Then on avoids carefully all excitement and uted to improvement. Where thorough we want to Jtuung luu in center, or AGENTS WANTED brand-neand strictly rellnble method 3 SENSIBLE while the osiuons ot iuo vvuj. irton'l a man in love performs ex- - toPomneii: 1 thought of that terrible day business requirmg any mental strain or pulverisation of the soil was added, the making a hot bed in a short space of time. tine Machine, ever Invented. Will knit a pair of or two. We became excellent friends, year. all la the eon prerses lust as a. bade the twenprodespite the disparity of our ages, arl I traordinary feats there IS 110 UOUbt Of Vftsnvi is nrnrivhol.iu.il f'm Kn,i- - exertion. He walks with moderation This is the wav: Applv n lighted match stockings trllh HEEL and TOE completeofIn land reached its highest degree of vtT'Ou does wlta tho ringer. ty mtnntes. It also knit a creat variety Oil City Derrick. With llgkt rwwuro tho Jlernia Is held seenrrtv day and This prepared to the often took her with me to walk, or to mat. ' ling country and dealt death to men at and is careful in lying down not to ductiveness and prolit. for which there Is always a ready market, fend niffht. and a radical cure certain, ltli fair, nurace ana for circular find terms to the Tuombly Knitting visit the galleries. She talked continSuddenly, Allesio's letters stopped. their labor, women with their children Dr. Moore, Sr., the late it to withstand the dry weather and chrap. fientbymalL Circulars free. ECCLCSTON Machine Co., 1C3 Trcmoat Street, Boston. MasTRUSS CO., 69 Dearborn St., Chicac away from dat straw-stacin. "Come ually about her Allesio; but she spoke The days went by, an 1 it was almost a in their arms. My husband bought me Dr. Whitbeck, of this cit anil other heavy rains better, and to prevent the negro woman to her son. called a in Italian, 50 it was good practice for week since Annina had heard from him. some Ponipeiian ornament for mydraw- - eminent physicians have niadethoroii",h of the frost, while it chile," thing yer know yer'll hab do hay ,,Anakesis,,ft.J'dIu lifting effect Jnstlsrscd. gent free "Fust RUSSELL &GO.'S to alii lierrstcain In. mo in that language. He was a neigh- She ate nothing, she refused to go out, ing room, but they were so ugly that I diagnosis of this case, but were unable secured the full beneht ot tne manure fever. Doan yer put none ob dat straw in an infallible cure for riles. nroviil 'llirrshlng frice 81 from dmcxlsts. or bor's son, and she nad known him from and she locked herself in her room to was not sorry when, on arriving home, to suggest any treatment or medicine the increased extension of the roots, yer mouf." Arkansaw Traveller. Machine. Jlorss samples snt prepaid bv mall l'ntvcrs, Enzlnes "AXAKESIN," Bnw also resulted, frte. Ad. Box 2116, "cwTork babyhood. weep and be miserable. Her uncle I found that I had left them in the hotel which tended to stop the gradual dimi- particularly downward, MlIU tnd Makers. use. Aldrrss Rural Hospitality. "Do tako some more fbrFnrmnsid rinn-ntlo"But we did not love," she said, and aunt and I met in conclave one at Naples. nution of the pulsation. The belief of which prevented loss from washing, t THE BPST they go RUSSELL & CO.i Masslllon.O. ic rursDCQTJi unusually of tho vegrtables,"Mr. Blood, forLampoon. "until one summer, when his family evening, for we feared she would fall At last the journey was over and we the doctor is that dyspepsia has so en- except, perhaps, in the caseof to tho pigs any way." Harvard and mine went to Switzerland together. ill. larged his stomach that the heart is heavv rains long continued. ' returned to We are I cioier Hnllers Then we found out." "She was very feverish last night," lovely houseTurin. Pia.a living in a being crowded out of its natural posiA sweet thing in bonnets: A honey bee. ImePoien This is the soil to have; and to such a in the d'Azeglio. tion, and hence WrttarorrnKKinus.ltaph!eft "Did ho tell you?" I asked. TlinTi.iLrifM't..rttvmrtlr f r Li atare ditcsis?. bv it declared Pastor Comba, who loved his t It is beautifully furnished, and I have reducing the power of condition almost all our clay soil can Ohio. nse thonwuuls of caea of the wont k nd ard ot long What can I do a dude who stares She looked much scandalized. "He niece, albeit he teased her unmercirtandiDZ hire been cured. InJrrd w ,fsr Is rny faith be brought. Our land is crying for at"mo in tho street"toauks a young lady in the old cook, Assunta; but I mean to healthy and ordinary contraction. BTxrs nrittB rurni KllEE. told my mother," she answered, "and fully. Rochester (N. Y.j I'mon. rti..knH..i U4 ,toWks.U i "1 in its cttlcacya that I wil. send TWO-ROTTLEa dUeax, tomore mechanical work, done in the a Chicago paper. You might hit him with kjn.M- W to gether with V LC IU.S THE TL- B on this send her away, for she still treats mo O im, any sufferer r!lTel.preaa-Idress. "'She has eaten almost nothing for a mother told mo; but I knew it before." . deep pulverization and your glove and kill him, if you can spare proper wa DK. T A. SUKTM, HI like a child. In my own room I have One of the white elephants imshe added, naively. "There is much week," said his wife. . Fortunately, there is no a moment's time, Bismarck Tribune. WU. Fn mmfktn m. WUsmnMnIitsm &4 ' put the lovely present 011 left for me, t' f " L. i u fianu a ta, in a glance." ir n "She will dieif he deserts her," added and I thank you for it a thousand times. ported to this country by showmen this lack of implements adapted to the PISO'S FOR CATAFrH year is thus described: The color of work. But unless the neces-ar- y G2 c' - rEf.EDVjsjssjaa You came here uninvited, and I wish SILKS rogue shot a demure sidelong I. the sentimental spinster. care is The j You were so kind to me there in Flor CRAZY PATCHWORK pffifjst you would leave immediately," was the his skin is light gray, except about the look at me, as she said this, aud gave exercised as to the timo of working th.e inhospitable remark of a citizen when the people ence, l olten speaK 01 you to mv mis- - ears and along the belly, Then we thrp crown-u- n jw. and J l packages E'egantVarletles. Ooraicent t Easy to A certain cure. Not expensive. Three package of is a where an ecstatic little skip. We were walk- smiled, but we best Good for sorry for the band, who joins me in honing that you clear, light pink. Comnared it with land and the condition of the soil when river camo into the parlor. "All right,to "a every theorder Embroidery Silk. aMorM colors, free . months' treatment In one packageHay Fever, Cold all felt YXls Silk Woekb. 2f.Haven.Ct. in ti c. ing in the cascine, and the officers be- ,uul Kl- effort at mechanical imthe Head. Hewlache. Wziiness. next morning we called will pay as a long visit verv soon. He other elephants his skin iVretnarkably worked, thewill be of little avail, and answereda the river. "I havo will do so." Fifty cents. BvalUhTigcUtsortrymaH. "holesale and retail. Send for eave in short time, and I stowed bold stares of admiration on in a physician, who looked very grave. ) fc. t. 11 A2KLTINK Warren. Pa. HAIR Goods sent C. O. D. trim made to order. wants to do everything for me. and is smooth and soft, and shows evidence provementbe hurtful to the land. Mero Vanity Fair. X. BUKMIAM. 71 Elate Street, Chlcagt. Annina. She was very pretty, and bv -may even ou- - must be cajoled.' no saici. ii the kindest, dearest of husbands, of great care. His are as mechanical work will not properly reno means unconscious of it; but she she will not cat, Never kick a man when ho is down. It and pu,"rt article. Send talked of her beauty in the same frank ana will only cry, will not go out. j And now I must end mv long letter white as ivory, and the tips of a pair of duce a harsh, lumpy soil without the aid is cowardly. Never kick a man when he Is I Ull LMUICO UOLt --The for Illustrated clrcnlar. stamp she will surely get with the hope that it finds you well and little tusks peep from the corners of his of r. a. O.PJLXK. TS Essex Strec, Boston. Mas. 1 do not Hean merely to stop thwu for When I say c way that,sho did ofhcr love affair. elements frosi, heat ami mois- up. It is reckless. Detroit Post. the .ttm..n,itltiiijre fHem rvtiimasuB. I mtim a radi rmml deal of in good spirits. Think sometimes of mouth. A scanty growth of the fever. Tho is a n black hair ture to disintegrate and soften it, as cal cure. Iharonrido the disease of UTS. J't'ILt.l'bY "Were you ever alone with Allesio fever this snrinrr ttn la Embroidery. Etc remedy cure the worst It your boy manifests a desire to go out STlMPTATf1 Kenslneton. Fancy Needlework orKALJSa8.CK:'ESSallfe-longstudy- . BecameIwarrantwy body, an," his nie, and remember tnat 1 am tne Hap- covers his O. I others hure I mean after you became engaged?" to What were we to do ? We cajoled, piest woman in this great world that tail, which is unusually long, looks without this aid the lumps will be re- - "West and exterminate Indians urge bins I reeniUr UNIT' HAAS. 94 State Street. Chicago fabed Is narHMOnfornotB'vwrecelvtnzfceura. Seniat list free. H. I asked, wondering whether olif cus- we uced only to smaller lumps which to start at once. He will return home in once for a. treatise and a Free ISottls of mytnfslimio black-snak- e ; bat Ancommanded, we implored the good God has given to his unworthy very much like a Giro Express will whin. VstLXGn,i.rnT acre asa toms still held sway; iem n Sii vol a Ittiatlnnu remedy. for a trial, and and cure von. It costs you nvor the admission of dry air in a a day or two, and thank you with tears in I nina refused to cat nothing the least V. J' EtraU. Anwixa Benelli. r will rrlvst iuu t tas.si" a hall Address DR H. G. HOOT. IC iWl St.. New Tork. "No, no!" she cried. "That mv morsel of bread, more than anything servants. drought, causing the plant to wither, his eyes for the privilege of sawing Phila- CTCTmfr"; VALENTINE BKOS..JanesvlUe,WU. a cord of wood before breakfast. P. S. It is not Allesio! or to drink promptly procured In sit .severe, asssa a. snpssaasmaMssiM mother would never allow." During the late storm the Pinto and.'if the drought isismellow to perish, delphia Call. but a little kss IU A MONTH an BOAKB for thrss ll'S KssJI I IswIVJ I ;W countries. American CliarUs Dunning, in Atlantic Monthly. it hugs the whereas if the soil I felt her hand tighten on ray arm, that up for water. A 1girl migh't keep Toung Men cr Ladles, la esch couatr. "T 1 I utrntAReticy.LM iake, California, overflowed, and m girl two dais CO., rklladslphia. P. W. ZIKQLEK jTifUi treU Cincinnati. Oaio. and she suddenly became silent. She who was shammin"- T)ut mean a kept roots of the plant closely, thus favoring It was an artist who said that a donkey boys were re- schools of catfish escaped to the Four nine year-ol- d Annina as well as ynn. did not even grow gay at the sight of it up for nearly If ""I fiSPHTQ creek, and from that stream ran the absorption of plant foodbeyond the that could draw and wouldt'tdraw should WWSH i O D.B.DAT.frCO., WANTED At last a cently brought into a New Haveu cou.t bo drawn. two weeks. Tnllor .T esn of iHnntlr'a Newaooutr Mr. Livingstone driving his sixteen or letter came Uldmrur. Pn. SDresaCuitlng into the College Lake and Pajaro River. the extension of the roots in this way in,u.it,0. from Allesio -- a short letter, for mocking and teasing a policeman. OooH'a7fnrAg(mtt. 81 OO to SIOO per each of the drought. Only eighteen horses. At dinner, she spoke Dude (posing forabold.bad man) "How S?2,?"-in a wavcrm" hand and dated The Judge sentenced them to be con- This is nature's way of transplanting N E.-- E. A. fT3 our 'tardly a word, and her uncle rallied at Paris, lie an a "nil growth Lc obtained, and the does water taste, Miss Belasysr" 'KiM wmetoj. f.MctuHy Hno Hooks Jz Itlhles. for the Jk Co.. Cincinnati, O. wrote that he w as ill and fined in the woman's department of the ish, and accounts isolated tinny inhabTO AtlTKTlT'lCRI. her on her melaucholv. her unwonted among strangers, and neat and dry weathernnt! excessive riir.s H. "Vftll .Ulltf .....a.. . .. r tl.l'.tl SURF CUHII ffrEntpy1VHet Spssas.rszcioroOS. ffMia HVIS1TIN ponds yv plraiemiy'os '' A' 1". Sun but that lu-- was slow- btiti.m limine until three o'clock in the itants of 'iiany brought you up ull this tliu vu mil!- "e withslood. silence. "No letter from Allesio?" he ly getting Hal puperi lakes. ,s Francisco Chronicle P.r.Wi lsp.C0iaBBaiek3ryM.eiisa;ia. tiveruoo,i--7('-yr-c- J Pott. better. Annina was The Hiclnnan Courier. 3a'.:. ,'or when no letter camo, Aca.t. usually wept copiously. .. . of pap" s "O. she had a morning," his wifo aaa'vered, a tntie impatiently. She was a pl'n' matt.er rra "-.,- of-fa- ct w d forty-seve- n, to go to him by tho fir3t train sh even tried to run away; so we aTl watched her like cats until Allesio was well and back in Turin. As his letters grew regular she regained her appetite aud was soon her joyoiit self once more. It was my plau to join Miss Leslie in Venice that spring, but before I left Florence I bought a wedding present for Annina, which I confided to Pastor Comba's care. She besought me to come to her wedding, which was to take place in September, and sobbed when I told her that in September I hoped to return to America. "You will bo in Europo again ?" she said, lifting her tearful face from my VIGOR, amono-Amor"- x HEALTH x found AND LIFE -- SQOTT'S aw-hil- e - Coca, Best and Iron JTer-toEr-ik- horso-radis- h. ui h - '3Irrnsr "Bucbu-Paiba."?- !. tST-U- SE o - mad-son- g .m o e, n. pleuro-pneumoni- a well-boile- d 1 j sat-s- a, bed-bug- s. bed-bufr- " . - - the SUFFERSNS - 5i 1 -p SBSsssBGBB-aB- w m f ro-dn- , " rw--,V- st "foot-and-mou- th B SU r one-ha- lf much-talked-- - Liis , nt s. STIITEI d, ton-In- POISON re-re- . ar-- dark-haire- mi-nt- U-- !' half-decaye- d stook-keepe- rs g Catarr ItTE iR F-- s pen-hold- er -- 5-- p n PLASTER! r deep-seate- white-heade- under-drainin- Unrxfo' i Sig-nnri- ua R o, cross-cultivat- e e. nn w in the CK'SUCCESS o re-- 1 A OR EAT 1 -- a sBEESOW?Sttty"S"t-- ,- jiiui..i . - - f-- r c-- ay - hj-- ht sad-eye- x. XX. NOTICE. XX. a,Cnl ! fki-'JB- tJ prayer-meeiing- CARDS FREE CHROMOS. m THEBESlWIL LIQHTNIN3 SEWEP. iT-ert- v ten-pag- iySnT,0fancy-wor- feffcsar'-- lL-- Self-A- d ifc- - -- s n straw-tickin- g. n-l- k over-exer- t. m - PILES - , .ijn n nnEOnEnO J fmmm FFiOI rvarlSt..-wTork'"! sssssssssB I I , if sW4 KMdy sub-soilin- i u. sed-i-me- , price-lis- t. toe-nai- ls I -- ash-colore- 0U RE FITS! ). ea-e- s. 1'oet-OS.c- d ,Tung Men w m - Salsi-pued- as 65 AJ-d- ss B re'-rr- -- car utii4.u' 3 r sSr "r" 4 M . w r T2r-0&&- X s4 LOCAL NEWS. i " J The Hiikman Literary circle has do members. .'tliPRPrmnn ohioctod tn null con- There were twenty men killed and i.,.im Minrtnr iuilleil on Capt. Clothing! Clnttiltic! CI othins;!. demncd bv a Iarce number of citi- - wounded in tho Cincinnati riot to 'Hill and asked him whether he s OLD A prin.Mi-pm- y and particularly our worth? wi,ero tliero was one in the Dan-- ! was for Casey Young or not for In this, the beginning of the third season of our successful business m nun line from the est to tlit? nitvt nobhv. In thi" Hue I can norn!i'i iitirpiiR. wiiR t tin USC Oil career in your midst, we congress. with ville our store actually sare you from one to fonrlo,'anaHiiit ll.r lnmrtmnn ('flint tlir i;'"" ftlld tigateriot. Why don't they inves- "I am opposed to him ".said new and fresh Goods and greet you with all descriptions. overflowing is utc. wk mv llntfdl of Stock novelties of Our H. NUCHAS Cincinnati? t,e devil Jm(1 taken po8seS8ioii Capt. Hill. finch larger than heretofore, having added new lines. Jo if. "White, late of Dres-- , Hickman," or were trj ing to take Thomas Fricky, of Ashtabula, 'Why V ' asked the reporter. V e can show vou all the new and latest shades in Dress Goods, Trimuen, onn., is m business at I'on .possession of the town, or some O., was examined. In li7( he was "On account of his views on the mings, Buttons itc, to match. "Worth, Texas thing of that import. Wc under- in North Carolina and had 7,"5 ne- tarifl' question." In Hamberg and Swiss Embroideries, Silk, Torchon, and Cotton Laces ou can bnv a fine fml! trcl: Calf Boot stand that a letter was addressed groes working for him, a few "What are his views on the tar- our line l asw- - of them Democrats. is simply magnificent. The feeling iff question i" i J AmlHn?8i'oii. for &2 oo. mil Calf to ludor v lominir. resnet't fully frend in time of need ha com tn the reneue of the pnple, wllh on- LiVe n Shoea at $1 2o to $2 25. We have something that will interest you in our Carpets, Oil Cloths, tbe Larprit Best selected Stoeks of Goods ever brought to Hickman, and at words was such that witness wns com- ing an explanation of the "I can only explain them by lr . that wou-- eurpriee you used, and representing the obiec- - polled to discharge the Democrats. telling a story. A Mississippi pol- n,Ss. Window Shades and Lace Curtain Department. MIhr .TnsiA Hnin nf St. T.nniR. It i impossible to describe a stock so large and varied. It needsbut to Mo., is visiting the family of Mr. tion of the German citizens and a The black Democrats and the itician was running for Congress number of American citizens to black Republic:' ins could not bo once, and while he was making a be seen to be appreciated. You can always rest assured of a hearty KenThos. Dillon. In Clothinu, Ihey talce the If ad. On sell you a food serticeahle Suit for S4 00 J the language ascribed to him. Wc worked together. In 1SS3, witness speech a party in tho crowd tucky welcome and courteous treatment. Below we give you acwofour You can save 25 ner cent 60, and from thoe prices to $'J5, which is the most dresny and bst made Suits e i has jhnuug in tho meantime been in him and asked him to de- pnees on diilerent articles, and you may rest assured they arc bottom: 60 per criil in quality by bu '"fmmv, .also learn that Elder Fleming brought lo this market. TUKEat UiyuiUUll ma nilllllKOt'Oii UI1U uc"u luumitu UUIHII itllU 1UUIIU a line his position on the tariff. The Bed Ticking, E. T.GARDNER'S to preach a sermon in explanation great change in the characteris- - speaker said : "I have explained Cotton Plaids, at 10c per yard worth 15c. at 7c ner vard worth 10c. Tho small-nohas abated at ofhiB words aiul position, and that tics of the colored people. They my views on the tariff" so often "Worsted Dress Goods, Gc jer yard worth 10c. Tbey ore aelling a fine Drees Hat for SI 75 that cannot be bought lewheri a shortly announce wnen no seomeu to navo lost their respect that I thought every man in tho Clinton. All tho ftfflintml ilniiur. "?. cent less than S2 75 and $;;.00. "Will sell you a pood soft Fur Hat for $125 to $1.5o -Ginghams, Gc per yard worth 10c. sr,id sermon. We are both for themselves and for tho county was familiar with them by will deliver positively can't be bought in Hickman for lees than 52.00. well, and no new cases. ,. Towels, all Linen," 10c (big drive) worth 20c. not advised as to what explanation whites and took on an air of this time. 1 will try and make A full and complete line of BRYAN k Lace Curtain, (big drive) 20c per yard worth 35c. Fleming will make, but from ership of all their surroundings, myself clearly understood once BROWNS celelraied made SHOES Carpeting, 20c jer yard worth 25c. the general talk excited by his for- - NYitncss learned that the chango for all. If the tariff is too low, I for men, boys, ladies mise, and children An for Shoe, they have tho greatest Tartety. "Will sell you a 6rst clasi Full Stock fr Lamora Cloth, all shstdes 10c per vard worth 15c. Thf bent in the United State, and at prices mer sermon, the" advertisement is was due to the advent of the am in favor of making it higher; $1.00; Ju car't touch it elsewhere fr less than $1.26 and $1.5:. If you want ') tht.t will compete ith any make of Good in apt to attract a large audi- - hone party. Witness went out and if it is too high, 1 am in favor Table Linen, 25c per yard worth 35c. Shea smile and feel good, just step in and inspect their IMaut's Custom Hand the country. ence. Elder Fleming is au earnest driving every day and noticed that of lowering it.' " ia a Toriety of styles in French Calf and French Kid; they are a nnil in the coffin .f "White Counterpanes, 75c well worth 1.00. II. BUCHANAN all competition. They can fit your baby, your boy, your wire, or anybody else, in any and bold temperance- advocate, the negroes had a habit of cross-anHandkerchiefs, hem stitched border, oc worth 10c. kind of a shoe you may want. Any kind of a Shoe, from 50c up to the best Hand sewed no one expects for a moment in tho street in front of a passing Tlirlr 'JViIJiiioiij TrilP. The company owning the ship French Kid Ladies Collars, 5c worth 10c. No people would be moro yards at Paducah has been reor- that he will abate one jot or tittle enrriago for tho purpose of f they hate only lo look through our Stock lo be convinced that TO THU LADIES 1.00. Childrens, lalie, and mens Shoes at 50c, 75c, and by having good roads and his temperance utterances; and' noying its occupants. Wtness ganized and i8' capital increased 1'I.VUT.aJS the place to buy anything they want. nd tl priers that lay all coropcti Tlm.f friil to spa our mens Fancv buaineftft suit for 35. Its a STUNNER. lion intfifffthade. Will sell you a genuine K.idGlim lha tor 50e, can't be it is equally true that tho Gerai33 tried to drive over his tormentors, good schools than the farmers. Jko to.$10,000. brands of Calicoes and Domestics, our prices fofthis spring are town faVlScent lessfb.n"$1.00. A handsome line of Lace Curtain?:also the Oil, with of Hickman are a worthy and Aon-- and nearly Hucceeded once or :nn If VAt U7"! tn Till nMA the patent roller attached. lower than these goods have ever been sold for heretofore. truets and Vood sehoola ami tho' jnst wo dieap'Clothing. we can'fU vwu in suV (.vl4, ora.b,e el88 of pcoplfe-perha- ps ajtwicc Witness c would earnestly request you to call around andsee us. Twill cost moral, ivligious, men crowd wbito ladies off the citizens of those towns are taxed fetlhnd tiuatilv from So OQ'a suit in S Oft majority of them " J. A jiuaita'a Sore. ehnrch-gompeople, yr e lecl sat sidewalk. Tho conduct of the to keep them up. They esteem it vou nothing to look, and we will take pleasure inHiowintrvou our Goods As for Carpets, you hare only to see their selections and yon will say they can't be A trans-Ohiiivor railroad isfied that when tho espwod sor- - whito toward tho colored people a pleasure and a duly to support and prices. You will ma--t assuredly save some money by buying of us, equaled in etyle, beauty and low price in this couniiy. from Faducah via Carbondale, Il- mon is heard that thereiwill not be was kindly in the extreme. On tnem, ana so it would he with the and a 'dollar saved, is a dollar made. Kemember the place, the lamous A great bargain awaits you at their lOo oouuter, for on It nro good thit cannot Once in j0 price house of Uuchcd elsewhere for les than 20c per yard. Don't think we nro bloning, but linois to St. Louis, is now consid- as much cause for fooling offended cross examination by Senator people in tho country. u. JLKJ.f2.riLb. come and bo conriuced. AVe will take pleasure in showing you through and pric cood A T.T2W" A .TTtr,C3 KH "n- - a a3 now appears to many? Sherman, witness said he was a tue .eniovment ot V i mails nnil ered a fixed fact. iUAJiMiojiail irfJuliV VV JlJiJjm i .u. h bciiooi facn J oar, our goods. tun imuiiii Republican. He was opposed to Tle best brand cf Flour, Sngar. MjjIhs they would not be deprived of Mr E bi,!Ker. of MectiHresbnrg. P. Mahone because he had come to always uii fc, Cofive and Fancy Groce; the Senate as a Democrat and be- them for double the cost of makJIIicUm wil lung fevi-iianu, ami a:ia t u.e erv ix.tto-at wr.te: "1 v it) a trayed his party. awl h'js.-ion Uiim. and J. AMneitr. r 5vi Witness had ing and keeping them up. If in Tallinn SkrUton Gal a freitml ltt e of been in Daimilo since the riot, doubt as to the truth of these Elder J. A- - Clark, formerly of Dr. K n'sNew Duoowry focCbasumpti ., statements,go those States and this county, has located at Avila, Tshirh did mo 00 much kooJ that I bought and had formed the opit.ion that those comities tothat have built Who Made the Loio there never was a little blood shed taee bt Mo., having been called to the a dollar e .Alter - sox charge of tho Avila Baptist church. found myif one inure ar. man. eompl;t'Iy with better results than that at their roads and established good rpUntn.f tn li.vnltli with ll&Sr'V Danville. Ho was only sorry it schools and hear their testimony. -Wo have the nrettient utock of Hart.tfi 3 m;n 5n rt!. nf 4S nouwk" Cu'l at was not whito blood. n,l & There is no question but it will JLA arB . R ". FIRST TO RETAIL tJ atIII prices uiiii mi t loinn ever tDrollfflit to thii IniTii F rtune'u Drug S ore and get 'ree nl pay, and we must have them beand that My conietition ; also, ou ot this certain cure lor a" A .'tovelty. fore wo can be really prosperous .Laee Curtains, in U.e piece vr by the vard. eased. Large bottles 51.00 mnee Jl 2.V; atHeadache nnd Netintlgift cure, and do Justice to our children. from tha c!ieajest to thefimtprice $ 9 9 & ? J. ambeug's Son. A revolution in the manner of FORTUNE'S Drug Siora. Tlu War In !liillnrl. have, friends rd 'he public "Bottom farmers have com-- ' conducting town aud- - city elec- The county-sea- t removal imWE announce to our of all kinds of Furnituregenerallw that wc of just received and sdicit the trade parties wishimmense slock In one town ho had seen women broglio iu Ballard is assuming in Kentucky appears neces- menced work with a will, hnf.ltions ing to buv. We can show all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine lint' there will be largely less acreage ' sar.v from tho recent decision of, making trace chains, (at.r5c to COc snch exciting proportions that a of in cultivation thisyear than form - 'our Court of Appeals. Hiikman, a ueek."jand yet the gentleman regular war may yet ensue benavo a from Kentucky, (Mr. lurner,) was tween the partisans of the two rier years and many other towns, The nicest and nobbict ethics of Men' clause in their city charters, re- returned to (Jongress year after val towns of Wickliffe and Bland-ville- . nnd lity'n Hats in the town, can be fou id quiring citizens to have paid their j ear because he advocated placing The feeling is rapidly reachat Ujvier pr.cen than mI l in Hickni.-mtaxes before they can "viie. The trace chains on the free list. Mr. ing a fever heat. We propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of tho times. You can rest assured l J. Aitunno'd Sons. Jawyora of the State so generally AW t Spttc'.. The Wickliffe- people are said to you need never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell as low as The question is whether Turner bo agitating a project to divide 3Er. Thomas Mcjlahan, in the pronounced this clauBe nncont.tiany retail Furniture store in the ''Purchase. , .1 . 111.- ! WHOLESALE PRICKS Yon can depend upon finding any thing in ray house that is . Very respectfully, Burburbs of Hickman, grows figs, uiuonai, mai neurr an iuu re.0iocte(i 0!1 account of the county as one means of avoid- AT in a firt c!w FUKXITURE STOKE. mfi becn ugei,. ...trac0 chain" talk, or becauio ing tho loss of the county build kept filberts, almons, English walnuts, waveu us eniorcemeni ms T. P. WILBURN & CO. "i and au endless variety of ail kinds Hines, last week, had a tost case of his'superior domagoguery ovor ings and offices. Ti I'udtHuh News Rl from Winchester, before him In; rooni3 in new Odd of fruit, on his place. T II BaTS.ora kinds of Repairing Fellows building. and in a workmanlike tylc. Also done on short nolice, SS?"All Ilr 1'aaU Tin' this case au election was held for all other demagogues ? MiiU.JHpl.i Call we are prepared to give special inducements as TVoveltK'fcl'Xnrelflc'tf NnrntW'tf the election of a city Judge in A No 1 BEDSTEAD S1.20 ReinPtaut'fi RdTeriscmentg, and be profi Doctor Have yon got tho hotA magnificent line of Iftdivu Drew Good which tho law as to taxes was enATipTop PANKEL BED, SI 75 ted Dr Trimming, Lhivi-- Embroideries, Neck forced, and at tho same dine for ter of tho ague yet? S2 35 CIlAIKSpertk .... . ' ' II. t. II ir Br, iiamiKrrcnieM Patient No sor. Jle and my oery, uove, I.. same oilice an election was $2.50 the (Inutile for Cns:rt'i. dec tw style in allofihe held under the general Stato law TnH, $6.50 wife is as bad as iver, sor. is being mado to inAn effort nbove GooJs, and at prices lower t.an ever $2 50 Doctor Did you get that whisDifferent men were elected. The duce Capt. G. L. Handle, of HickCall and eee them. OacdnerV lierferated CHAIR SEATS .20 court, nelu that the election in man to make the race for Gon- - ky and quinine I prescribed? U. BUCHANAN. MATTME&SE3 9c, $125. ? I SO and other mmk at same mtee; FEATHER BE US and Patient Yis sor, but it did no PILLARS, 10c c,slUB0 wascnlori:etl grese in this district, he would be I am also agent for the Light running Diamond Sewing A liillc ei"ht innfllis'olil el.ild wmch tho tax was the only valid election umko an good at all. at all. to beat and would have the nnext UNDHKTAKKRS GOODS ever brought to Doctor That, is strange! You M. li has Pl t0Wil of Hickman for had excellent Kepresentative but we took it according to the direc- II'ckNtaii. il rutitomern ntditelyline ot on abort notioe. was choked to death by a piece of Perve-jenrs, ,wv0 o idea he can be induced to I FB.VR NO COMPETITION. AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR moat its mother had given it to f1"8., tions. 1 suppose? RIVALS FADEAWAY. lillillU 4... .ff.W. vvw...w Patient Yis, sor; ye know a BKIUHTNESSthLAST WHEN opposite corner frvmi I'lnut Bro'd. & Co., under the New qui LM forget place, on the fore, according to this decision, T,ms 'C"-IIALV. hare a full stock nf Men' IdieV Hickmau has not held d Rtxtcily Give raoa call Iwfore buyiug elecwhere. man and his wife are one. Tlio Pad u unh .Vec, also, copies, aud.Mirt.es (yUftom made Slio e' valid election for many jearl. Doctor What has that to do wjh. f ..,. ,c . . ,11 .ftr tit ... h........ , nl.. u.....n u, ine'iiu hock mi.n.. been no objection to the reference to Capt. Bundle's with it? .. .. ... , w !. .uni tiuiii Patient Well, ye see, sor, bcin' the election of any of the present candidacy, approvingly. i'5c to SI 5C. JiLs- - i?m as we are one llesh, I tuk tho AxdekjV Sons city officials, and thereforo-tho- y J See card of Rudolph Glazier, wnisky a;m gave biddy tne qui right, Newsdealers had best make are allilut a1a.(but in a contested who for many years has proven nine. 9W . .1 o.t iaii L'ilUli, note of the fact that, the K, LilOt, till", CIUIUII Ul .!..!. 1ilJji.UU himself a good, honest and faith . ,, , , ..1 mm (grn WA an, tvuuiu iiac ucen uuuiuicu iuu. W vgn ww tucky Legislature has passed a Kitllnnl County Jllnc W ful woiker in his line. i'rom ti WirUtffc I'blii IVlcr. lull to suppress the sale of obZiioiiwii'a Sny S. scene literature of the Police GaJohn Kascoe while hunting near County Conrt 1. ocom1Iiib. Kan., idle : Mr.T. W. Atkins, Uirard, zette character. ''I never biitat to r'CHiiinond vourSIec-trThe April term of the Fulton County Barlow cut a tree for 'coons, in Bitter,; to my customer, thfv give enApril began and held. HESJTTTCKY. The Ladie rc expec'ally invited to call tire Haticfactt hi and re rup'd heller " Court,li:. Honor, Judge Monday. presiding which ho CUUght twelve 'C0011S a . t. MOST Murreli, 18S4, aim got uigiiiucn gunons ot mco nd hc our lare n ock f EuihriM.lerie- lilertric B tiers are the purent and lesi . SOTIXEMESTS. He sold the 'coon Neckwear, G1dcs, Hwe.y, Jkih medicine known mil will positively cup clean hone-MOST HOUSE HAS BBE.V RECEN'TLV ENLARGED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED of and fine Pre (iiotia, which ewi l Finly KilueVHitd I.iver compl 'in l'itifyh Atteberry,Bynuui, Admin'strator filed.D. E. skins for seven dollars and twen- plIlS thoreughlr renovated. Convcnent to rirer nnd railroad, and attcntire and low a vn other houie, in dii.i or our b deceased. Settlement No faoiilj ty cents, and tho 'coons for twenood and regn'Hte die b weU one of the best appointed hotels in this section. MOST neighUTiig towne. S.E.Johnson, guardian of heirs of Jm. ty cents each. He values tho hon- wateh kept and, altogsthtr alfjrd to be without them. They will cn II. J3. TUUA'SK, Proprietor. K. Murphy, confirmed and ordered to ru J. Ambeiuj's Sons. doctor' bill save h.iudred of dolUra AND BEST ey at ten cents a pound.and thinks The nickman Enisconal .iml every year. Sold at fifty cent a bottle.by cord. received for the tree and conhe GUARDIANS. i'ortune. rffiflioli. uiiui uuvu .11. ttfin...r..l ... w..w lmrr.lioia BEST GOODS FOP. U valuable tree. lllll W. n. Alexander, qualified as guardian tents io. A For Sheriff. HO YE FARMERS! ly decorated Sunday last, (Easter LOWEST Somo parties arc prospecting for M. H. Alexander. Wo nrc authorized lo announce Judge ItlHlno Alieiitl nt tlic 1'irnt flrmrter. Sunday), and at the Episcopal W. Thos. Finch, H. R. WALKER, as a candidate for the a-iEas to the manufacture of gravel, and J. R.J.Coke. as guardian for P. jlhstid church the music was exceptionbought in Hickman, we invite all to come m and see that our ofBce of Sheriff at tho ensuing August elecMr. Blaino seems destined to which is in such abundance all ally good. WILL rROBATED. around Hickman, into concrete Tho Inst will and testament of Q- N. win. lie carries the States of his Harvest is near at hand, and it is wise tion. Kbor-sPhoe! Wc aro authorized to announce Capt. W. Xew York, Penn- to place your orders for Harvest Machine 5ip!j brick, for foundations, sewcrKjaud ppoduced and proba worst enemies you may A. SHUCK, as a candidate for the office of Met 'a ShncB, Uoy'n Shoes, Children's bnildimr purposes." These brick Taylor was this day named sylvania, Ohio! lie tears the lau ery at an early day, in order tha: tel. Mrs. IJ. T. Taylor, executrix The probabilities are Sheriff of Fnhon county at the ensuing what you want Shoes, Ladie'8 Shoes, in endls variety, at lesseost can rels from Arthur, Cameron and get die demand for Binders the present August election. that Plait s. limnbo made at filnv brick, and in the will qualified as such. are exactly as represented and we will sell them at prices that will tho rtrdhmw Sherman! What a noom it would season will be great factories will not be HERCHAXTB L1CE58S. H. W. Knoerr has moved his! arc much better.' Tho proportions H. C. Judge was granted merchant'u li- give to the Grand Old Party, after ade to supply the demand. Prices on "We are authorized to announce M. W. give satisfaction. for the office of FARMER, as a this year. irrealy grocery storo.frora tho Borendes are i part cement to 7 parts gravel cense for 12 months. fie intrigue, lying, bargaining and Binderswould bereduced to have those wanU Sberitf of Fulton candidate Election in Aucounty. pleased We building to the Frena: corner, where 'nnd sand: or. 1 part muck lioio to A.! cheating in 1876 and 1880, to make CHAKOK OF BOAD. tt?t? .A" any thing in the Agricultural line call gust next. ik ia utjiaicu uu iu vivifvvnnfcfi iu t i tuuii uia xiiutiiidr S gravel and sand, and half .part County Court granted iietitiona of John a nomination of the boldest Froo ingeec us before buying. We represent a iiii n aiir r i ,! and customers tliebost of grocer- cement. Tho face of tho brick "W. Cowgill and sthere, privileje of chang-in- s Lince in the Republican ranks by to number of first class factories, and handle it'iaisi.s ior Sale. ies, liquors, &c. Dresden road near the Cowgill farm. Machinery and imple nothing hut the acclamation in 188-1- . can be brought to as smooth and I have now ready for delivery, Cabbago "ranted privilego W T. Carr and others meats, knowing that the best is always the Plants, Tomato Plants, Colfleur, Egg YTK.ire agenta forthe Whi'c, IiCader, and polished a surface as the finest to change Rock Spring road at Fulton ceme will nmke a liberal mvwe American, Sewing Machines, which cin be marble. Ilcro is the opportunity etery bill has passed tho lowor cheapest. Plants, &c. ; and will be ready within 20 A of our commissions to cash purchasera, and days to supply the country with Sweet found at for an immense fortune to ai'fyone John Bamea filed' petition for changing house of Congress to tho effect easy tfrms to time purchasers. FORTONE'3 Drugstore. with nerve, enterprise, and some Troy road near residence of Peter Kirlin. that until 1SSG trade dollars shall "Wcare agents for tbe well known and Potato Plants. TriOS. MrMAHAK. DEALER I3ST be received at their faco value for zonular factories, Kingsland k Ferguson J Ilickman, Ky , April 11, 1884. v A difficulty occurred near ""I"""' Slurried, Manufacturing Company's Threshers, En. all government dues, but are not Johns' bridjre, Hickman county. Juki Bccolvo:!. fines, Corn Shelters, baw .Mills, t otton In thifi countv, last week, between "William and A nice line of ready mixed PAINTS, in instant, Mr. B. F. near Palestine, on the 17th to be reissued by the government, tiins. &c; Pitts Son's Chicago Threshers, Wilkinson to Miss Winona and after tho expiration of that SiaiBOBDBR, Lewis Smith, and Robert Virgin, P'nts and half gallons, at Engines, &c ; C. Aultman k Co's. world L. Ramsey. FORTUNE'S Drug Store. time they are to be recoincd into renowned and popular Harvest Machinery iu which tne latter was snot ana By His Honor. Judge Murreli, on the Binders, Reapers, killed. The Smith brothers mado Tho proposed levee enter- 16th. Mr. Wm. Moore to Miss Martha Rol standard silver dollars. If this Engines &c, &c; also D.Mowers, Tlmshers, M. Osborne k Co's. will speedibill becomes a law, it their escape, and Virgin's frionda prise now being agitated by the lins, both of this county. fine line of popular Harvest Machinery ly settlo tho vexed trade dollar their Binders "that beat them all alike; offer $100 for their arrest. citizens of Lake county, Tonn., is AND In Fii'ior nTn Conci itton. question. Hooiier wheat and corn Drills, bulky Hay PATENT Tue moat handsome and best Ladic's one that should receive an earn- From tli Clinton Democrat. better in this line); Bren- Moscow e SHOP. North Kttl Mlicte at Plau'tR, that est help from Ilickman and tho f As tho DomocratlC National JVo's. heat & Con, frills, Sorghum and Troy Avenues,West corner of Repi Bentative Binford East Ilickman, Ky , ever ahoirn in Hickmnn. Call aud b.s owners of overilovod.,Jaiul8 ju. more heartily in favor Convention at Chicago not be Com "them. t .,a this county. The proposedlevee, le a constitutional convention now held until July 8, only Willportion Jiachinerv, others Shellers, Threshers, &c.; SaySaiisfaction guaranteed. jswMasaisp ii & as r n l n:! M7C 0 ' Jjjfr SSs5,t..;i- il andfjnanv too tedious to mention. of a April. m C V bi iv. o i fcsa&s. ..w: Xix miles in length, would redeem than over before. 2fow Orleans lias two building IS fclVTL'JI His observa- of the Democratic Stato Conven- Wc Tteep in Btock a general assortment of DPA.HSTT 233- - S'?t and loan associations, and tho 47,000 acreB ot land in Kentucky, tions and experience as a member tions to elect delegates havo so Plows. Cultivators, && In a word, we are Tor Sale, m says there OUtfllt to bo and more than 100,00.0 lu' Tennes of tho Legislature impresses him far been called. The Pennsylva- prepared to furnish, on short notice, any? For cish, or approved notes, S No. 1 Ficayunc iis-i?thing wanted in the A3srr half a dozen. Philadelphia has see. Beau Congressman Pierce's so forcibly of the imperitave ne- nia Democrats held their State ery and Implements. way of Farm Machine Work .ISuIerf. Also, 2 Mare, good fVISTi-J fNVVf Jl fcT&SSl brood. purposes, work, saddle, or for thirty-twof these associations, letter in this issue. In addition, cessity for changes in our funda- Convention at Allentown, WednesOur line of Groceries is complete, and of Bothall family animals are and it is tho city of homes; more tho Nashville Chattanooga & mental law that ho will canvass day, and appointed a delegation the best quality. L. DeMONTCOURT. St. Louis Railroad, will willingly this and Fulton counties in be- solid TOILET KHTICLES from 50c to citizens living in their own houses for Randall forthe first place If I Hendquarters for Flour, at any house in Hickman, Ky., April 11, 1S84. 00 per barrel lecs than put a ready eqnipped railroad on half of the proposed constitution than in any other citj' in the world. town; Flour pure and unadulterated. permitted to do so. al convention before next August on tho National ticket. Wc carry a nice line of Wrii the levee, if &c, &c, &c. Frel, of all kinds, for Stock. reW. DIESTELBRINK &c, &c, &c. The tinjj.Paper, Envelope, Pens, Inks, Please call and ste lis, and make your There is now talk of organiz- election, when the proposition is ceived Secretary of War has dispatches from tho Gov- wants known, and you will oblige truly, NovcIh, l'ocmn, &c.. at ing a company to build hotel and voted on again. FORTUNE'S Drug Store. ernment engineers that tho situao'cloo POWELL & BROTHER. other improvements at tho Chary SfPrcr'Pt'ona n,,el a any hur day or nighL Ring nighti bell after 10 tion on tho lower Mississippi ia "R"0 space to name all articles, bnt no springs, in tho surburbB of On Saturday April 2G the Demo- not as bad as represented. The Hickmak, Ky.. April 11, 1831. The miscreant, Boyd, tho one beato JJl trouble to show goods, mu muwj crats of Kentucky will meet at lovecs at certain points are brocnargeu wun tue marsnai county ' jj.iviiu.i. andome and see, at the corner of Troy respective county seats to outrage, an account of which is years past, dating as far back as their 4nd Moscow Avenue. East Hickmr, Ky Send alx cents delegates to represent ken and considerable territory has T1T.X. HENSON, for jwntaRe, nJ ar- - when tho Indians occupied this choose published elsewhere, has been overflowed. The prospects receive tin. convention at been rested and is now in the hands of. country, has had the reputation of them in the State 7. Tho object for a good crop of cane, however, No Need of Going From Home costly box 01 ROO.U which will help alU of either great medical virtues. Frankfort on May wy thn ny thins elw ex. to more money right tho officers. Ho first resisted ar-- 1 possessing are said to be good. 'ke to Buy Your Plows, wlt th In thL world, yortnne rest, wounding one of the party, There are hundreds livinjr who of tho convention is to appoint OF FUITOX, tutely ture. At onco dJrew Tcck A Co., Angnitu, rerepresent the State delegates to Department The Jlaine and afterwards surrendered. So have testified to receiving great in tho National Democratic con ports a large falling off in the salo Muse & Shaw have just received Capital.. SSCOOO.OO. benefit from its use, and some reStandard. says the Paducah t ally "wonderful cures are spoken vention at Chicago on July S. of postal cards since the a large assortment of Plows, conLOWER and LOWER. Remember we are as low as the lowest Each congressional district is en- postage law went into effect. sisting of the famous South Bend Discounts Paper and Loans Money,inBuys Oils, Turpentine, and all of. Its a wonder more care has in pricea in Lead, titled to two delegates and two There is, as a result, a correspond- Chilled Plow; AAEllE Y'5 World and Sells Exchange on any Point of the All kinds of Groceries haras, 8deB,&c. not been given to these springs. the Painter's uuoplies. at will not ba United States, Solicits Accounts .u - . oWanent- i . ' FORTUNE'S DrugStor-wuand the Stato at large ing increase in postage over tho Renowned JOHN WlTTiSQ. Chilled and People Generally. Collections nnd Prompt issue will be found the alternates, In this Plows nndersold. stamps aim Steel, to four delegates and four alter sales of the three-cen- t Mr. Shelby Dick, an old aud announcement of Mr. AT. W. Far- nates. ofall descriptions. Also, the Remittance at Current Hate of Exchange. A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. combined. postals much esteemed citizen of Missis mer, popularly known as "Jack" ROELKER Plow, which cant be CLOCKS, MO JEWELS?, WATCHES, The Kentucky Legislature could ueat. These Plows will be sold Iturlilcn'H Arnica Salve. sippi county, Mo., died, at his home. Farmer, as a candidate for Sheriff1. BOOTS AND SHOES. MICKAN; KENTUCKY, Cuts, Eepaired by opposite Ilickman, Thursday of Ho has held the office of Consta-las- t TiibBestSlve in the world for Fever not pass a better law than tho jury- 25 per cent, cheaper than ever sold Bruises, Sores Ulcers, Snlt Rheum, act, recently adopted by the Lcgweek, after a brief illness. bio in tho Fulton District for a Tetter, Chapped Hand?, Chilblains, K. "Wishes to inform the public generally, that "The deceasod was, for many years, term or 60, and so far aB wo know Sores, and all Skin Eruptions, and posiInttivA nf'Amftnr rT Corns, - fill ItnnH he i3 fuuy preparea to do all Inndot Magistrate in Missouri, resided has made an acceptable officer; tively cures Piles, or no pny required. It that the reading ot newspaper aca Part",e3 further informa- nave now set of Tools and Mater- sTiflimnnt. cause to Keeps in stock the very Best 3Iaierial, is guaranteed to give jierfect satisfaction, counts is not a in Kentucky sovoral years, and and he is apparontly'a clever, a Vork tion, wil;plcaSe caH at my Office, first door money refunded. Price 25 cents per exense anyone from serving aB a sold cheap. Give them a call be- and keeps only the best workmen. extensively known and liked nial, wholcsouled young man, and or ial and guarantees .satisiacuon. westof Lac'edc lloin-efore purchasing. solicited. guaranteed. Repairing box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. juror. j it is said will make a good race. ai a genial, wholcsoulcd inau. -' cl.cap-'zen, monat the Baptist church, buuay tilIg committce) Mondav tllc fol. A.J'ormontJremio n Scii.1?"' "k - - iiir lMeininir nrcariieu rj j I - yvwrera.EsjttjaajjiK.ij'iag: i ji A OHIO WIT.VESh. Ko . nrn v ip au ax iinor n itit unii" v. v. iiui - .n iiii i ;i.nn(;., Hoi tu Mriidillc the Ucstlon Mwnt.hi AraUuein ""-- ' ....mu.,.iml.mjUJM'' ?ZZ -- 1 Hon. Casey 1 oung's position on o tariff mi"iiin :iii anecdote Unit Harry Hill tells An Ava- - WB HJSYBli SLMliFS AN"tI?BrPBiEND IN TIME OITNEEIS! liaJM.IIAW .LJJ. J ' V'.1IJI4I JluuIllLllli$ THE . jhh:,., KTABIlfflFn di,-- WW nP -- PTMIT I j ... I , inter-runte- d a- - $-- 1 j ""i x HATS. HATS. TS. I-IA.- HATS. f-- - I own-Eld- er - cu-to- m j Ma-prett- y I snl t ( d 1 an-o- bono-litte- d bo-igh- J 1 s&w-colore- R-- 'fe g CARPETS. CARPETS. CARPETS. o vy"v-rrtn- 'r t ii-s- , nn-r- h -- r PLAUT BB.GS. & GO. I I i re-e- d Prices? b-t- t u-i- l.-n-, "Htn-tit.-- . 1 I i 1 - w I - P f i Fm i ev-- r , - j -- .iil-,Uy- . W" j the-teby- , . ral 5 w&& I J" T Contractors and Suilders of Houses. i , perj-onnd- . Ma-chin- e. ofBin 1 . rcnoiit . I.AAU I i I. . -- - i.. Respectfully, m ft I I I cjsiKrEi, f I 1 c 1 ! .1 J. I 11 -, HIOSMAN, p-- a- - B 111 -- ,t-f- rt ! Vy 4 111- -I !-- I- tt:f THE FINEST, THE IAHGEST, THE CHOICEST, THE PEETTIEST, THE CHEAPEST, STYLISH, THE DUEABLE, THE FASHIONABLE, THE SELECTED THE THE PEICE EVER THE T. - one-thir- d 1- x k v- tm v rw " 1 lt J. W. COWGILL, . Film -- Custom-mxd- 3omwsn. first-cla- ss DEIJGS, I Trusses. ospress-sliimsel- filSNrtlill? mmi rnmm mssi 3tWJi L1-- I tau s 1 -- o Wall-Pape- r, School-Book- ft, Family Groceries. m i "' . usooiniH Post-offic- e FULTON BANK IY. A PEIZK two-cen- . DENTIST, wf-hin- w- -- 1 j I GLAZIEK. uent-istr- y. GOLDBERG. '. ; ge-w- as ' . &' " 'f . W y J r M n 55TC3siy- - 7 jr-tszr?7- Z ' ." i -- & Jill .1- - f 2 ESadbS? ?kH w tw i && rre irij na da "EaESSTikl . 41 - i i. i V7 j. tp S bss and the maker of .Low Prices, has returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of New Goods ever brought to Hickman. Twenty Pet Cent. Cheaper than any house in this Western country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Call and examine Goods and prices. TH3 HECKHAH CQUBIBR. say, is sure to become a law. WHO I will sell these Goods H. BUCHANAN. WIM, r I'OR Pi.'EMHDE.N"l ? T1IF. CAXDI1ATEM HICKMAN TO TIPT0NVILLE. O V T ProgredH of H,i'e? Enlcrpi Iro. Letter from Con;;rensninn Pierce. tt A K lh ley H Wile. ' The new bankrupt bill, they The Republican National Convention meets in Chicago, June 3, only about six weeks ofF, and the primaries in the districts and ep2& In tin. A!isfnT or "rank HoJ' of Jfiirxlsnll anility, (Ih FnlbrrTnUtH AHautn;o of Iiu ImnllU I'o'irier-Jourun- iJa y FplF.Rfrff?BBfeEfey Esgsa osa a esh ggs m J?roiessional m B. OFFERS ricinity. Office arfis. A 6R5AT CAUSE OF HUMAN Ix the liO of mill P. O'DANIEL, M, D., HIS PROFESSIONAL lo the citizens of Hickman and Corner room ia A f.cclnrcou anil Rudlrn! rnrr f minnl Wrukru-i- , or Sprrmatbtrlium. indncml by InYolunta-i- j EnifiTw, Laclede House. lnipdliuicntt Jmfxitrtf jr Ncmoui Debility, and ti.Mrn(;e generally; CoiuBmptlco, FpiI'W nail Fit. Mental atid I !ivlea! Inttnr.ty, tburof the "Or-f- u i! Blaine has tho lead, with Artlmr a county, Tenn., and to further show Frank James. goodsecQnknd Edmunds and Eih&Tprogress amLpurposes of said The Cadiz Telephone continues Locran following in the rear. Blaine movement and organization, we to announce that Jndge Grace will gets the instructions of Pennsyl- take the liberty of publishing tho not be a candidate for Congress vania, Ohio and a majority of the following letters: Western States, and is splitting in this District. TlPTONVII.LE, TENN., ) the instructions in the Southern April 5, 1SS-1- . J with Arthur. Arthur gets Henry Tyler, Esq: The Lexington District in- States structs for Blaine, and it is under- Xew York and nearly all the SouthFriend Henry : Believing that stood that Juo. D. White's Dis- ern delegates. Edmunds gets Mas- tho people of Hickman have altrict, also, will instruct for Blaine. sachusetts and the Xew England ways taken a lively interest in tho All the other Districts are for States ; and Logan carries Illinois. building of a levee from that point to Madrid Bend ; and also There is no telling which will be ing you to have heretofore knowArthur. taken the nominee. If the Republicans much interest in such an enterThe Republican party is in se- nominato Blaine they must give prise, I herewith enclose you alet-te- r rious trouble. If they nominate np all hope of carrying Xew York, received from Rice Pierce, on Blaine it will bo a condemnation and if they nominato Arthur Ohio tho subject, which indicates that onr of Arthur's administration, and if is lost to them sure. These facts large chances to get a part of the appropriations now contemthey nominate Arthur the Gar- point to Edmunds or Logan, or a plated in the "River and Harbor field Republicans will bolt. Bill,'' are favorable Ho, as you new man. For Lincoln will bo tho nominee, un- will see, recommends organization at once ; and I hope your people The Kentucky Legislature has less Logan wins the flrst place. passed 54G local bills and only 10 The National Democratic Con- will take some action similar to tho one we have, or perhaps stronggeneral bills. At least 500 of the vention does not meet until July er. I enclose you proceedings of local acts could have been obtain- Sth, and so far only one State our meeting, containing our resoed through the courts by the in- (Pennsylvania) has held a conven- lutions and the appointment of delegates to attend a gonoral meet corporations paying the fees for tion. Pennsylvania instructed for ing for our river counties, both in same. her favorite son, Samuel J. Ean-dal- l, Kentucky and Tennessee, and I the point where and the ablest the favor Hickman There is a gigantic log rolling Democratic party. leader innom- wo should hold asgeneral meeting. a Randall's public building scheme before Would like you to suggest our y ination, however, will bo so Congress. The scheme is to furnbest course in this matter. antagonized by the free trade Tory truly yours, ish public buildings to hundreds L. DO5ALDS0K. Democrats, that bis nomination is of small towns just enough to secure members to pass the ap- not considered probable. Indiana Washington, D. C, ") propriation bill. Wo are advised aud Kentucky, and probably some March S, 1881. j that Col. Turner is thoroughly other States will instruct for Mc- Mr. L. DonaJd&on, Tiptonville, lenn.: Now, in regard to the lovee matarousod in opposition to this Donald, of Indiana, but his nomination will be bitterly opposed by ter: All the friends of this matsteal. that element of the Democracy ter should meet at once and perLegisla- not in favor of tariff for revenue fect an organization, so as to bring A kill is before the early a date as ture requiring all incorporations only. Tho chances are that nei the matter at as tho Mississippi possible before other than educational, charitable ther Randall or McDonald will River Commission, and get them or religions, to pay a license of win. There is no mistaking but to appropriate a part of the money as to voted '50 each, annually, to the State. that flm oggwjiclmiug sentiment lately pnrt ofto them, or so will bo the sum that Every company of tho Demoijnltic party is in fa- get a Tli is is right. that asks an act of incorporation vor of Til den the old ticket n appropriated in the Iliver and Harbor Bill. All sums voted to from, the Legislature enjoy and Hendricks, aud Tilden the improvement of tho Mississome privilege therefrom, and will be the nominee, if his physi- sippi has, and will be, given to tho the granting of these charters cal health will permit his accept- River Commission for their distri- costs the people of the State more ing. In the event of Tilden not liHtitm ; SO yOU SCO the importance of moving early in this matter, than all other State expenses. accepting, Payne, of Ohio, is prom- and you can rest assured I will do in The Paducah Xacs thinks that inently spoken of. It is said that all in my power to aid the getting a fourteen sumsullicient to build E. H. Bagby or II. II. Houston he can certainly cany Ohio, and miles of levee so as to protect will be the Republican nominee that he is the only Democrat who our people. Writo mo at any time, for Congress in this District, and can carry that State. If this is and I will give your letters prompt in this connection suggests the true, it will go far toward giving attention. This levee question is necessity of Democratic organiza- him the nomination, but there is a ono of great importance to the people of Obion and Lake countion. We believe in party organi- weight of prejudice against him ties, and especially to the people zation, but it has been demonstra- among Democrats outside of Ohio of Lake, and I firmly believe that ted in the past several elections that will resist bitterly his nomi- if ice move promptly, we can get the that the Democracy of tins Dis- nation. The best opinion now is money to build.the levee from the Commission. Would not trict do not endorse organization that Tilden and Hendricks will be River hundred thousand dollars one through the convention plan. The tho Democratic nominees. build tho levoo ! My regards to people want a primary election at all friends, &c, and remember, I The Great Harme-nlzcr- . am at your service at all times. tha regular August election, or a I am your friend, Hendricks, of In"froo for all." Rice A. Pierce. diana, who has just arrived in TiRXEK X EQUAI.IKATIOK. 2Tew York from a tour in Europe, Judge Binford informs us that On last Monday, Hon. Oscar expressed to a reporter his regret tho Senate is at least three weeks Turner, introduced a bill in Con- that the question of tariff reform behind the lower House in its gress, to equalize taxation. It had become an element of discord work, and that unless an adjournrecites that bondholders and mil- in the majority party in the House ment from the 2Gth of this mouth lionaires have paid no tax on in- of Representatives, but hoped tho to tho 31st of December is agreed upon by Legislature, tho sescome to the Government for over i National Convention of the party sion will the uutil tho middlo of last thirty years; that taxation should would settle it. On this point he tho summer. The Judge says the be equally imposed, and that there said : work of tho session so far has should bo no favored class; and The people will consider the ob- been almost entirely local legislaenacts that an income tax of 3 per ligations of the Democratic party tion ; that but little has been done cent, on over 85,000, 5 per cent, as discharged, if, when clothed of a general or public nature. Clinton Democrat. on over $10,000 shall bo levied with sufficient power, it shall inJudge Binford is a man of clear troduce and consummate all needand collected. ed reforms, but they will hardly head and good judgment, but the hold the party responsible merely people do not want an adjourned I.ET TJIKSf AJOUX. The sentiment of Kentucky, ex- because it controls one branch of session. An adjourned session the Congress. Revenue and ad- will cost tho people $100,000, and pressed through the newspapers, ministrative reforms that aro imis loud and open in condemnation possible or njuy bo impossible in there is no assurance, no matter of the present session of the Leg tne House of Representatives as what resolutions tho present sesislature. It has been a long scs- - a Part!8an body, with a powerful sion may adopt, that it will not bo as long and just as much trampu sion, an not,.- a8 ing. And this m the face of much tion, may become easy and certain melled by private and local bills needed general legislation. An 'after the discussion that attends a as this has been. The Republi- extra session will bring still furth - j national election, and after the , cans during the civil war got to er opprobium, becanso the nres- - .?tion of a lrcsidcnt in harmony j having annual sessions, and tho nt Legislature has shown itself lulLl!enlincT?i., LVV1' " Democrats kept it up some years incapable of work. They need to such discussions Revenue reform afterward, until popular indigna adjourn, and let the people elect a iisa ork of great difficulty and tion forced their discontinuance. new Legislature with a special eve i a.?'lcacy b"t srol ll wlU D0 P08' Stubbed In tli House of hln Friends. to reforms m the school laws, sible and nrno.ticablo when under Kw York World 1 deptaken by all tho responsible revenue and taxation, &c. Logan has been stubbed in the artments-acting in harmony with house of his colored friends. Tho each other. The President's reTho Only Candidate. hybrid convention for tho District Judge Juo. R. Grace stated in a commendation would have great of Columbia, after sweating and conversation with a representa- "weight and influence. Ho will ex wrangling until 3 o'clock yesteractly represent all influences and tive of tlip. Rmiili irptitii.i.-;-o day morning, voted down a resoday or two ago, that ho would not ' Jccon8i and his possible relations lution instructing tho delegates make a Ject ". be for Cong; ss in j to vote for Logan in the by tho in his 8clectl0- the First District, and would not j convc nti nn. Tli a hlnolr " become a candidate unless tlm Sm,inr lmn hoon nrmntino- fmifi. convention should tender him thn!c'Jaclnaatl' senders on Kentucky. f1ontv m, i.n Rnnnhrt. of tlio nnl- nomiiiation, an event which he did From . rnifort icom.n troops. From thk time for- not consider at all nrobable. , bs Kot u ? 1 irnfnolnjin onedit: ored t.?h Pronidpiifinl , stonV will n ., - c? . .... rri ... .: ..w- j.i.fc...- aiuiiiu a; T?nnt:nl 1 .1 1 fl 7 uub never uuuii Vice-President The Courier published last to the Mrs. Jesse Jabs, widow of States, have commenced to speak week tho proceedings of the Levco iltciil Paducah, April 10. the notorious bandit chief, is in out as to their choice. So far Meeting of tho citizons of Lake outrage was committed Huntsville, Ala., as a witness for l. -- A brutal thcnlurf,Treimcut 3. D, Dit-tcrl- The old, popular and always reliablo Hardware house of day last, reliable particulars of . .a.. wliiuh hitvo --js.reachcdrais place. Kear lijiir Dealing nwd PHYSICAH AMD SUR6E0N, ,W Frank Boyd and wife, thalatter an HICKMAN, invalid. Last week loyd left KENTUCKY home to go to Tenneasej to hunt a stray mule. The day after his Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, his Services to OFFER8 lens Professional and vicinity. departure James Boj'd, fifty-tiv- o of Hickman which arc offered at j an 16- -' 80 years old, father of Frank Boyd, wont to tho hitter's home, and, after tolling his wife her husband L. G. had left and prostrating hor with grief, persuaded her into tho ATTORNEY Ar LAW smoke-hous- e nwaj' from her children to listen to someluing private and that tho very lowest the market justifies. All good.- guaranteed to Collector, Real Estate Agent- he had to tell her. Once in the be exactly as represented. HICKMAN, KY. smoke-housho closed the door SJgT Will attend promptly to all biwl on her, and, choking, her, threw nees entrusted him in Southwesleri her to the ground and ravished Kenluc- -) and Northwestern Tennessee her, leaving her almost dead. He Sj.ecialattention given to the inveetiga :'l 17 V? AftTtor afterward returned to her, and xSTl tion of Land titles, aud the purchase threatened her life if Bho told on sale of Real Estate. fjanS him, but, on learning that she had already sent word to ler parents, The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. who lived near, ho immediately The attention of builders especially desired, as this house will give "spH. A. & R. T. Tyler, left tho scene, and has not sinco ecial inducements. Correspondence solici cd, been seen. E. B- - BREVARD. About seven years sinco Boyd upon attempted a similar assault HICKMAN, KENTUCKY and tho interhis daughter-in-law- , ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS vention of friends only prevented entrusted to their care. his son from killing him, the latter Office Millet Block. aov8-'7- S having his gun cocked and levelMANUFACTURERS OF ed when it was struck and knocked up. 0. Particulars of tho outrage were kept in tho family, owing to the ATTORNEY AT LAW condition of the victim and with a view of catching Boyd, but it has finally leaked out. Boyd is very KY. HICKMAN, well-to-d- o and has a grown family, promptly remitle among his children being several EQk,Abalract8 of titles a specialty. daughters. He has borne rather a hard character as a libertine, but his family and tho family of IL W. KNOfiRR, his victim are among the respected people of Marshall county. (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) There is strong talk pf lynching .mr entocKVa Boyd if caught, and parties have ri gone in search of him. in Marshal county, near Fair Dealing, Thurs- dr. :pa.:ris, J. IP3 OE3 - RANDLE tliat tho an ful con efrctMlly rum.vrd without dangoroai larglol M tKttmi., bougir. tulrutn.m., Tl and fiiitiiisnt i nioiteof cure at oner rartalncortl.ef- - - .j ho ...Ml I.I .1111 tti j ronriittuii may hr, may cert fc?melf chtaplv, rrl- Tarny aud rvllrally. tOS'TUtt frcturt will prove a (w Is WaaJ tnj thouvnd. Sent un Jer eal. In a plain fnytlop. to aoy on receipt of four cents, or two pjitaas itamp. AlJres THE CULYERWELL MEDICAL CO , 1 1 Ana M.. Stw Tora, X. Y. ; r OQca Eoa,i Ltun Tli CTIVKRWELIi, Duok," ie. a. clrarly author. In thl admirallj frnn hi own eafrtBja r.iirncrs of tlf.Abna may fcjjk '' $, DEPOT FOR Jt ' e, fc! rairi vT-- m J2i. UAOJCl 02 jJ. tV, go Attorneys at Law, Net. Seine. Linci, Hook, and &X of Hhing Tackle zm Supplied, m gain. Groceries and Family Supplies erally. lUST ADDITION TO HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. HagJtleite Wilsen J. Jtl. B&0WN & OoS hM TTan Immense stock or Groceries U tVL and Liquors cf it) difl'crtnt kinrfi en Street, J. E. BROWlf co-"- , l has a Tirand new stoct ef ILY GROCERIES, (onftetioneries, tthmr purcl-n?c(- Cigarx, ic, anil opened on Hickinan, GROCERI AXI P55 pcs-Tie.- " CLINTON STREET, U-tfi- The 2Iny t'erfMtr.l Til-de- Ex-Govern- or SMo IpSf ! cans W -- .1A- .0 ! rutiucHinueut. ..b.dn. only announced candidate so far the lie put out bv her newspapers, in opposition to the independent, that it was a Kentucky mob which candidate, Col Turner, tho pres- - did the mii,?r.f We shall con- e AV- - linue xo iU.?on ..md advocate this Uv, .. 1 poncy until full reparation is niiiue. i- The pooplo of Jv&ttilcy will have tho opportunity of oujoying in Msy next one of tho finest musical festivals ever seen in the South. It will be held in the great Exposition building at Lonibville, beginning May 12th, iij xn and continuing three weeks The festival will be a novel and a most brilliant one in every respect, havws ing an orchestra of fifty picked n?HTnc MfluirfiUifl musicians, 400 people on the stage, i;UtU0t !.IU2iitlili!il3i HiW Ui a ballot of 50, a stage 100 feet wide by 80 feet deep (the largest ever used in America) aud a seating 3 2C J J&ZL JS3SL J& 3T - 3&S1 rSST capacity of S,000 people, the performance being under tho personal supervision of tho Kiralfy Bros. S2r PRESCR I PTTONS CARLFJLx.y CO M O U N h E Dl & All lovers of music and brilliant scones will enjoy it, and thousands Ono of our Kentucky exchanges FlKBTWOaUS nKTTTEE.f JSRMBEHS. from all parts of the State will no doubt visit Louisville during May gives tho expenenco of a faraior Kovr I.cjrJnlfttorn ItrlinTc ThiunclTeft. in his county who experimented to seo it. l rnrropomlcnr with a scrub steer and a short- Kro-hirftwu. Mr. Julian was addressing the steers were tho sain "i horn. Both It is announced tbat Dr. Jno. age, and had tho same treatment House, advocating the adjourned D. Woods, the new Public Printer, all their lives, being allowed to session aud declaring that so far will very shortly start a paper in stay in tho same pasture, fed ex- tho Legislature had done nothing. Mr. Perry interrupted Mr. Julian this city, to bo called the "Capital." actly the same amount of corn It will bo edited by Hon. Geo. V. and hay, and had equal advanta- to say that they had certainly atTriplctt, who was ono of Dr. ges of shelter, water, &c. Tho tended several banquets. Mr. Julian made some remark Woods' opponents for tho office two steers were sold on the same was a few iu an undertone to Judge Mulliof Public Printer, and its foreman day, and tho 6hort-horwill be non. J. D. Kehoe, who was pounds more than twice as heavy gan. His words could not be also a candidate for the same as the scrub, and consequently caught. Mr. Perry "Did not tho place. These gentlemen are en- sold for more than twice as much tirely com potent to run a newspa-no.r- . money, and tho beef was much tloman attend the banquet at Lex ington 1" mid thovwill doubtless make better.- - Fulton Index. Mr. response to that, it a good one. Fran7:orl eoman. Imprisonment for debt is still I will Julian "In gentleman from say that the lawful in Kew York. One man Owen goes to Lexington quite as Republican Concemlon. has been confined in Ludlow street often as any member of this Cincinnati Commercial Calotte. is well not to forget that the jail for five years, through some House." It approaching campaign for tho clause of an old statute that had Mr. Perry "Yes, and when I Presidency opens with the advan- been forgotten by most lawyers. go to Lexington I always getsomo tages largely on the Democratic The present Legislature is urged fresh air and something good to side. Republicans should not de- to repeal the law at once under cat." Laughter. ceive themselves by looking to which debtors aro incarcerated in tho South for a siugle doctoral prison. Mr. Julian "I replied to the vote. The Oourt of Appeals reversed gentleman after he had made . reCir- flection on me." The reported discovery of rich tho decision of the Franklin Trus- Mr. Perry "Tho gentleman know cuit Court in the case of tho gold diggings in Hot Springs coun- tees of the Frankfort public when he did so that it was prompt- ty, Arkansas, is causing a tremenI unmanly mind." by a small dous rush of people to that sec- schools as well as for all common edMr. Julian and said anything scIiooIb of tho State against tho "If I tion. In 1882 thero were some State Auditor. Tho attorneys for containing so much truth that it specimens of silver ore found rich Su- offended the gentleman from Owen in IIot Springs and Garland coun- the schools will appeal to tho preme Court of the United States. lot it stick if tho cap fits let him ties, both of which are very rugThe Boston Post, securing Pres- wear it." ged and mountainous, and it was Mr. Perry "Tho gentleman said at that time that some gold idential preferences from knows ho is incapable of offendof The Legislature had also been discovered. We see nature." no reason to doubt tho finding of of Maine, Xew Hampshire, Mas- ing an honorable(warmly) Mr. Julian "I debotn gold ami silver, in paying sachusetts and Connecticut, has nounce tho gentleman from Owquantities, in that section of Ar- answers showing Tilden in the en as a scoundrel." Tremendous lead in each State. kansas. sensation. lion. O. E. Bowman, former Many people doubtless wonder Mr. Perry "I denounce you as Commissioner of Agriculture must what has become of Jennie Lind, a liar and a scoundrel." gen- tho famous Swedish nightingale. be a generous whole-souletleman. One of his acts of kind- The renowned singer is spending Ict Them Creraatr. ness has been to offer his services the autumn of her days in a charm- NailiTitie American. as State Librarian to fill out the ing homo which she purchased last Louisville has a Cremation So' unexpired term of Mrs. Annie year at Winds point, England. cioty, aud wants a charter from Cook, and allow her children to Tho now school bill proposes the Legislature, asking only tho have tho salary. Governor Knott the election of County Superinten- legal sanction of tho State to dishas made tho appointment. dents, as Commissioners aro now pose of their bodies in what thoy A bill is pending increasing the called, by people instead of by believe to bo the best and purest way. In these days of alleged ensalaries of all tho judges in tho County Courts. The bill makes the salaries of INext to tho President of tho lightenment, it would seem that State. the Judges of tho Court of Appeals United States the best paid Fed- thero ought to be no opposition to SO reasonablo a rennnst. Woaro $5000; Chancellor and Vice Chan- eral oflicial is tho Clerk of tho Su- too much governed while living; From tho five States of Pennsyl cellor at Louisville, each $3,000; preme Court. one might bo left the poor com vania, New York, Illinois, Massa- each Judge of a Circuit Court, The Now Orleans Exposition pensation of choosing whether Ohio the Govern- - $3,000; each Judge of a Criminal chusetts, and ment derives one-hal- f of all lts Court, 2,000; each Common Pleas grounds comprise 247 acres and his mortal remains shall go to tho tfj" , grave or the crematory, will be lighted with electricity. revenues. Judge, $3,000. postal :pec-taculara- THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. IIOLCOMBB, wvr te tho nicepl honwekf the knl ,'iat hu mm? i in IIickm:u. ami t lower prifa ofn-reii- , : ,Tf?r3 Wf33AEL55S C3 l'ant I)c:'w Jicatiquarti'ni, Hron Co , Clinton a FO Tlie best a 8 cv. iheu ' J la,, a T im 3. H2 J-- ILdiiKsiy KKSTVVU.TC, iUCK3I.t.", BKPai.SK.NTISO fdliunlms make ol th o.Iehjfct.s1! vim IlilUB mm, . -- Nashville, DEALEHO Tennessso, IN Kept for ?ali, at a bargain at the Livery and 5a!eSMblu of PARIS 5. PRKEE. 3 Ill 1 SECElTtMCS 111. Dretsrg IOUW1KDI.VO r C5- - MS, JSk. IE 3 , S KY. Bonduranl X!t HICKMAN MARBLE WORK HICKMAN, Conjnjission iereljarjfc Counrr-Joiirna- DEALER r.1 I1ICKMAN, KY., Keep always on hand, Frch LIME, CEMEKT, AAI T. fLASTlR rLIES,GBASS SEEDS, CLOVER, A. Will make liberal adrances ea Cti Coro, cc, for Ble or shipment. mch.4 Italian and American Marulb MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE SR n STONES. received a fine 1st of HAVING nd Italian Marble, I am prepared to fill all orders. Call and examine ur work Orders from the country promptly may 126 Caldwell's Higft SoeL XSMU ?. PAMILY H. C. All kinds of HRQCERY pSouda, Amr. S7ih, ana THE FIFTH YEAR will commenoo -- (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) JUDGE, s continue nine sjctitha. The course ot study, in addition to tksn ooKh Primary Vorit. ill I.. wjiZH Mathematics the Natural Science, Gcrm Latin and Greek, Book Keeping. YunamS ship, Elocution and Vocal Culruie. ;,.!. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES usually kept in a torn first-clas- TUITION TTJl HOiHU, prices. houao, FANCY CANDJES, TEAO, MINCE.31EAAT, PICKLES CRANBERRIES, IIOMINT, GRITS atbot Intermeiiate, Advcetix Payable "M R.f! pjimi'i--i t A monthly ( In r AJvas. ! RY -- XXO Sugar, CelFees, "WT IMS. Si. &c Hickman, Ky., August 3,18S. t nu'Vi Vt'mt Soaps, fcc fSrWillnotbe undersold. Will pay fall price for Butter, Eggs, J.W.EOGERS, l THE BARTER GROCERY- - iXEEPS kiads of staple aad faaoy Demo-cratic'membe- rs any kind of marketing that the farming friends may bring in. The highest raar ket price always paid. M. MONTGOMERY, announ to his friends and the public that he hag opened a new and fresh biipdI? of all kinds of Familt Gkoceeies, which he nill sell as low as tho lowest. lit is ready at all times to exchange Groceries ! cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens,- - or Ml rj. GEOCEEIES, and Conrectionerics. Will b pleased his old customers, and will both suit them in price and quality. Call andioa us. "Quick Sales aad Ss&ll ProSMs. to-se- e J. M. MONTGOMERY & BKO. ?on't beuadersold fjaa4tf d TIVOLT HALL. -- OXO- ew Grocery 1 ! Sago -- Jos. SOHH, Prop'r. "iSSSMSJ oxo- - HICKMAN, ICY. - Keens the verv Ivst mal-ivf TWi- - fw.K and cool, and polite and attentive clvrks to serve customers. a Da L. GOLDBERG. DEALER Kf -- G&LPLE AUDI FANCY GHOCSBIUi 25cts Lower than tho Lowest J,ave no clerk expsnsss no store rcn unu pay ensn ior an my Uroceries, and therefore can sell as cheap as the chotp est. Best brands of Yntlenberjr and I . ar Flour, 23 cents cheacer than I he ' JOHN WITTING. My Stock ia New and Fresh, and will be sold at prices (hat will be es- pecially attractive lo buyers. -- - G I VXE A CALL- l- I &K. -- A. "MJ MM""i-M- i V " - "-- " - - ,in , ' J.J. 'ii II .. i .. - ' " 'l Ta- - - ra 1 jmSW?4ii&fttWgF ''mm 9S&S3" :mmz:immm Kafm-- i $ J. : d3? and the maker of JLovr "I S (P2 ssjsa ES2ES,t5v' "1 0ESa3I i3kC&23t tsa ca ESseaJblssi m Prices, has returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of New Goods ever brought to Hickman. Twenty Per Cent, Cheaper than any house in this Western country, Union City or any other city not executed. Call and examine Goods and prices. III THE CAXD! CSS HICKMAN COURIER. vrno win. p..'emhi)Et: OATEN HICKMAN S'OK I will sell these Goods H. BUCHANAN. TO TIPTONVILLE. say, is sure to become a law. The new bankrupt bill, they vention meets The Republican National Con in Chicago, June 3, Erogrewn of S,cvec EsilorpilHc. Letter from Ciwirossninii Pierce. j J ft ? lev II 13 It ' 13 US ES A ft !& frMTllEIt. V TKA 1 K k r.BPif ; uninu vissbv Pitte In the Lom of Mes. Jesse Jambs, widow of the notorious bandit chief, is in Huntsville, Ala., as a witness for Frank James. HIS PItOFESSIONAL The Courier published last A t the Smilnxl WrakoM, or OFFERS lo the ciliztna of Hickman and nnU I.cclnro otirnre of'nture,TreaiRieuC tlie Cotir,er,Juora(ll RndlrnI to speak week tho proceedings of the Levee States, have commenced Sprrmjtrrlio. Indncnl by Inroluata-I- J ricinity. Paducah, April 10. A brutal Nfnooi Deblhtr, sod mrloB, out as to their choice. So far Meeting of the citizons of Lake outrage was committed in Marshal Office Corner room in Laclede House. lniiMit)iHt t Impolrlirj,.ReneTIIjr ; ContampUeu, SlarrURt; Epilrr .iil Fltn: Mental and I liT.Ical Inf nt ty. Blaine has the lead, with Arthur a county, Tenn., and to further show county, near Fair Dealing, Thurs- Ac UtIU'HKKTJ. crLYERWKLL, M. D, The old, popular and always rcliablu Hardware house of . hor f the Oira Book," Ac. KOodsecon&Tkud "Edmunds and .a., ancymrposes of saiA. fi, J, "S&i The author, la this (jFiilrl.') &"f In the rear. Blaine movement Lecture, cleitrlj proTei from hln own iperlCDfts and organization, we I)ftce Sear irWKug The Cadiz Telephone continues Logan following wiai liierul cunieueDCe 01 mi PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, etXrctooIly rrmoirj withnnt rtnceres turgid JV. HF. I m" Ii to announce that Judge Grace will gets the instructions of Pennsyl take the liberty of publishing tho Frank Boyd and wife, thclatter an tatinlim. Ititrumn1, tIkk v cm g i 'id t a lueileof cure t onte rrtakn and ef-Hiittins HICKMAN, KENTUCKY invalid. Last wook lord left not be a candidate for Congress vania, Uhio ana a maionty ot the following letters: tntual. i.j lmhnrj ITerer, iraaiatttr nt LU romlitkiii mj ataj- ctr himtel! chmpH, Western States, and is splitting ri. in this District. Tiptokville,m Tenn r home to lgo to Tenneasej to hunt Tafety au.lnwllcallj. - 1S81 . I ii f CB"T1 !i kiriv Ueture triK prore a tmli miv :uivi mr Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, his Professional SerTices to the instructions in the Southern J xvpru o, , j ", fiftv ... , OFFERS of Hickman and Ticinitj. thousand. which arc offered at Sent unJer wal. In a plain envelope, to anj . , The Lexington District in- States with Arthur. Arthur gets Henry Tyler, Lq: janl6-'8on rerelpt of four cents, or two pjiuto fillHr nf Vrank lJovd. itamvi. AiMrrn structs for Blaine, and it is under- Xew Yorkand nearly all the South Friend Henry: Believing that Went to tho hitter's home, and, o THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO, people of Hickman have al- - ter tolling his wife her husband stood that Jno. D. White's Dis- ern delegates. Edmunds gets Mas4 1 Aaa St.. New Tori, X. T. ; Toil OQce Box, i L. C. trict, also, will instruct for Blaine. sachusetts and the Xcw England ways taken a lively interest in tho m,i ieft anti prostrating hor with X mnLkobJ w from that point tho ATTORNEY Ar LAW 3 All the other Districts are for States ; and Logan carries Illinois. building of a leveeand also know-- grief, persuaded her into chil- to Madrid Bend; smoke-housawav from her There is no telling which will be ing you to have heretofore taken Arthur. dren to listen to something privato am that the verv lowest the market justifies All goods guaranteed to Collector, Real Estate Agent- the nominee. If the Republicans much interest in such an enter-- 1 ne lmd t0 tell her. Once i io be exactly as represented, HICKMAN, KY. The Republican party is in se- nominate- Blaine they must give prise, I herewith encloso you a let-, ho closed tho door rious trouble. If they nominate up all hope of carrying Xew York, ter received from Rice Pierce, on ou uerj ami choking; her, threw aST Will attend promptly to all bufl negs entrusted him in Southwealen Blaino it will be a condemnation and if they nominate- Arthur Ohio tho subject, which indicates that hcr to the ground and ravished Kentuc!t; and Northwestern Tennessee our chances to got a part of the i,er) louring hcr almost dead. He of Arthur's administration, and if is lost to them sure. These facts large appropriations now F. E. CASE & CO. SeCiitlattcntiongtTn to the inTeatiga to and tion of Land titles, and the purchase they nominate Arthur the Gar- point to Edmunds or Logan, or a plated in the "River and Harbor threatened returnedif she her, on told her life sale of Roal Estate. TJanS field Republicans will bolt. Biil," are favorable. Ho, as you j new man. For i,ut, on learning that she had Tho best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. Lincoln will bo the nominee, un will see, recommends organization already sent word to &er parents, Net?, Sfcine, Linct, Ilookx, and nX Tiji at once; and I hope your people w10 ijve(i near, ho immediately The attention of builders especially desired, as this house will give speThe Kentuckj- - Legislature haB less Logan wins the first place. H. A. & R. T. Tyler, of Kjhing Tackle zm Snpplie?, Rt afcafci some action similar io left tho scene, and has not since cial inducements. Correspondence solici ed, passed 54G local bills and only 10 The National Democratic Con- win xaiio gain. Groceries and Family Supplies r tno one we nave, or pernaps strong- - been seen erally. general bills. At least 500 of the vention does not meet until July er. I encloso you proceedings of E. B. BREVARD. Ahnnt kp.vp.ii vpnrs since Bovd local acts could have been obtain- Sth, and so far only one HICKMAN, KENTUCKY ul" State miT Tionfi,ir containing our reso attempted a similar assault upon ined through the courts by the lutions and the appointment of his daughter-in-law- , and tho inter(Pennsylvania) has held a convenATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS corporations paying the fees for tion. Pennsylvania instructed for delegates to attend a gononil meet vention of friends only prevented entruifed to their care. TO ing for our river counties, both in his son from killing him, the latter & Office Millet Block. same. her favorite son, Samuel J. Ran Kentucky and Tennessee, and I having his gun cocked and levelS MANUFACTURERS OF tho point where ablest leader in the favor Hickman XL There is a gigantic log rolling dall, and the party. Randall's nom- wo should hold asgeneral meeting. ed when it was struck and knock& Co'S a ed up. 0, HtigMette Wilson public building scheme before Democratic Would like you to suggest our Particulars of tho outrage were Congress. The scheme is to furn-iB- ination, however, will be so best course in this matter. or Grtrceriips oi M kept in tho family, owing to the antagonized by the free trade ATTORNEY AT LAW Iromente Mock 20 different kindiea Wife Very truly yours, and Liquors of TT&tgf public buildings to hundreds condition of the victim and with a Street, L. Donakdsox. Democrats, that his nomination is view of catching Boyd, but it has of small towns just enough to KY. HICKMAN, hnally leaked out. Boyd secure members to pass the ap- not considered probable. Indiana Washington, D. C, and has a grow -J. E. BROWN COLLECTIONS propriation bill. Wo are advised and Kentucky, and probably some promptly March S, 1S81.J ?f being among his other States will instruct for Mc- Afr. L. Donaldson, Tiptonville, Tinn.: daughters. children borne several C2u.Ab8tmct8 of titles a specialty. that Col. Turner is thoroughly rather He has ha pnrcI'amT s firanif new ntc of JQCJit Xow, in regard to the lovee ma- a hard character as a libertine, opposition to this Donald, of Indiana, but his nomi aroused in 1LY (JROCERIKS, Confectinnerlei, T.k nation will be bitterly opposed by tter: All the friends of this mat- - but his family and tho family of steal. W, if. Cigsr, ic, ami opened on KNOBRB, that element of the Democracy ter should moot at once and per-- his ictim are among the respect- A bill is before the Legisla- not in favor of tariff for revenue feet an organization, so as to bring ed people of Marshall county. (Hickrean.Ky., ClintonStr.) early a date as There is strong talk pf lynching CL1XTON STREET, ture requiring all incorporations only. Tho chances are that nei- the matter at as tho Mississippi Boyd if caught, and parties have JentuLCi-iy- , possible before F2R other than educational, charitable ther Randall or McDonald will Kiver Commission, and get them gone in search of him. tho nice! bwti n( tho fciml iat h f&r or religious, to pay a license of win. There is no mistaking but to appropriate a jwirt of the money -- AND been In Hickman, anil t lower prW4 & The Hny reitir.t 50 each, annually, to the State. that Ufa ovtsbyholmiug sentiment lately voted to them, or so as to ever ofliTwI, ltfw. Headquarter, ey, The poople of Iv&Qsjgliy will Mte l'ant BroH & Co , Clinton tdv.it v. Every eonipnny of tho Demoroftic party is in fu- get a part of the sum thnt will be This is pa ppr.S appropriated in the Kiver and have tho opportunity of onjoying V that asks an act of incorporation ror of Tilden the old ticket Harbor Bill. AH sums voted to in My next one of tho tineitt specSS3L? a from, the Legislature enjoy and Ilendrioks, and Tilden the improvement of tho Missis- tacular and musical festivals ever some privilege therefrom, and will be the nominee, if his physi- sippi has, and will be, given to tho seen in the South. It will be held 5LOGEK, the granting of these charters cal health will permit his accept Kiver Commission for their distri in the great Exposition building bution ; so you see the m;oraf at Louisville, beginning May 12th, KKXTUt'KY, .mcitsiAx, costs the people of the State more ing, in tno event ot nioen not The beit mak of th cdeltyi d jiAr.ru oi moving early m thi3 ujatter, :anu contmraug tnree weeks lhe roIuuiFins HEPaE3K.STl.10 than all other State expenses. accepting, Payue, of Ohio, is prom and you can rest assured I will do festival will be a novel and a most hav-sumy power in brilliant one in every The Padncah Nixes thinks that inently spoken of. It is said that all insufficient to to aid the getting a ing an orchestra of respect, & SON, B. 3.: ARF8 fifty picked build fourteen mKl;lUl!iD. TAINTS I11U E. LT. Bagby or IT. II. Houston he can certainly carry Ohio, and miles of levee so as to protect musicians, 4K) people on the stage, or will be the Republican nominee that he is the only Democrat who our people. Write mo at anytime, a ballot of 50, a stage 100 foot wido Kept ?afe, Nashville, Tennessee, antl 5afor .Stableatof a bargain at the Tdxcrj for Congress in this District, and can carry that State. If this is and I will give your letters prompt by SO feet deep (the largest ever !u 3SC is: 3&Z.BT ibec assc j& nss PARIS & PRKEE. DEALE'ilS IN in this connection suggests the true, it will go far toward giving attention. This levee question is used in America) and a soating ono of great importance to the capacity of S,000 people, tho pernecessity of Democratic organiza- him tho nomination, but there is a people of Obion and Lake coun- formance being under the persons CO if P O U Nh E Dl & C5- JKR JS & Bretsrm tion. We believe in party organi- weight of prejudice against him ties, and especially to the people al supervision of tho Kiralfy Bros. iST PRESCR I PTIONS CARLFJi.1. among Democrats outside of Ohio of Lake, and I firmly believe that All lovers of music and brilliant HICKMAN MARBLE WORK zation, but it has been demonstraBTCEITBtn lOCWABDtXO that will resist bitterly his nomi- if xce move promptly, we can get the scones will enjoy it, and thousands ted in the past several elections HICKMAN, KY. F1KBV W02BS BETWEEN JSEMBEKS. Ono of money tho Conjnjission Ijerefyagta, that the Democracy of this Dis nation. The best opinion now is Rivor to build. the levee from not from all parts of the State will no gives tho our Kentucky exchanges expenenco of a farmer How I.offlilntorn Behave Themnclvet, 3E5 - 32- - ZEcScss.srcaa.sJsgee;., doubt visit Louisville during May Commission. Would that Tilden and Hendricks will be trict do not endorse organization in his county who experimented one hundred thousand dollars to see it. EICKMAK, KY., DEAL EX r.1 jom correspondence.) in through the convention plan. The tho Democratic nominees. ? My regards to with a scrub steer and a Bhort-horin build tho levee !9lrnwn. Mr. Julian was addressing tho Italian and American MAnur.n Keep always on hand, Frch Both steers were tho satm people want a primary election at all friends, &c, and remember, I The CireRt Hnrmwnlzcr. It is announced that Dr. Jno. age, and had tho same treatment House, advocating the adjourned MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE LIME, CEMENT, &AI T. PLASTBR fffv am at your service at all times. the regular August election, or a D. Woods, the new Public Printer, all their lives, beinc allowed to session and declaring that so far I am your friend, PLIE5rGfiASS SEEDS, CLOTER. A. Hendricks, of In"free for all." STONES. will very shortly start a paper in stay in tho same pasture, fed ex- tho Legislature had done nothing. Rice A. Pierce. ul make liberal adranees a Ctl diana, who has just arrived in Mr. Perry interrupted Mr. Julian this city, to bo called the "Capital." actly the same amount of corn a fine Ut TfRXER X EO.UAI.IZATIO!r. from a tour in Europe, HAVING received Marble, Iofam pre- Corn, &c, for 6Ie or shipment. New York Italian nich.4 It will bo edited by Hon. Geo. V. andhay, and had equal advanta- to say that they had certainly atJudge Binford On last Monday, Hon. Oscar expressed to a reporter his regret tho Senate is at informs us that Triplctt, who was one of Dr. ges of shelter, water, &c. Th" tended several banquets. pared to fill all orders. Call and examine least three weeks Mr. Julian made some remark ur work Turner, introduced a bill in Con- that the question of tarifT reform behind the lower Houbo in its Woods' opponents for tho office two steers were sold on the saino Orders from the country promptlj Caldwell's SsbosL was a few in an undertone to Judge Mulliand its foreman day, and the short-horgress, to equalize taxation. It had become an element of discord work, and that unless an adjourn- of Public Printer, raajJ6 will be Hon. J. D. Kehoe, who was pounds more than twice as heavy gan. His words could not be recites that bondholders and mil- in tho majority party in the House ment from tho 2Gtn of this mouth THE FIFTH YEAR will comment candidate for the same as the scrub, and consequently caught. also 31st lionaires havo paid no tax on in- of Representatives, but hoped the to theby of December is agreed place. a These gentlemen are en- sold for more than twice as much Mr. Perry "Did not tho 3Somla, Aug. 27ih, ISM. upon the Legislature, tho sesPAMILY BROCERY and continue nine come to the Government for over National Convention of the party sion will last until tho middlo of tirely competent to run a newspa- money, and the beef was much attend the banquet at Lex- SSi acntha. ington i" thirty years; that taxation should would settle it. On this point he tho summer. The Judge says the per, and they will doubtless make better. F'ulton Judex. The conrs oi study, in addition lo tkac Mr. Julian "In response to that, Work, will include Xiglv work of tho session bo far has it a good one. Frankfort Yeoman. H. C. U D G E, ongh Primary the Natural Science, Gcbmh be equally imposed, and that there said : Imprisonment for debt is still I will say that the gentleman from Mathematics, (DAVIS' OLD STANB.) should be no favored class; and Tho people will consider the ob- been almost entirely local legislalawful in New York. One man Owen goes to Lexington quite as Latin and Greek, Book Keeping, " ConcesBlon. Jg tion ; that but little has been done CincinnatiKriHtbllcnn ship, Elocution and Vocal CultuM. in Ludlow street otteu as any member of has been confined All kinds of Commercial Calotte. enacts that an income tax of 3 per ligations of the Democratic party of a general or public nature. this through somo TUITION TKR UOi, cent, on over 5,000, 5 per cent, as discharged, if, when clothed Clinton Democrat. It is well not to forgot that the jail for five years,statute that had House." STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES rrimary, infor tho clause of an old approaching campaign Perry "Yes, and when I f on over $10,000 shall bo levied with sufficient power, it shall s , house, atbot Intermediate, Judge Binford is a man of clear Presidency opens with the advan- been forgottou by most lawyers. goMr. Lexington I always get some usually kept in a troduce and consummate all needto lota prices. Advancrtl, g and collected. t ed reforms, but they will hardly head and good judgment, but tho tages largely on tho Democratic Tho present Legislature is urged fresh air and something good to FXNCY CASDJES, TEAS, Payable aionthlr in iJraaw.ai de- to repeal the law at once under eat." hold tho party responsible merely people do not want an adjourned side. Republicans should not Laughter. LET Til EH AWOUKS. 1 JA' T, PI CKLES B.C. CALDWELL, because it controls one branch of session. An adjourned session ceive themselves bv lookinir to which debtors are incarcerated in Tho sentiment of Kentucky, exGRITS HOMINY, CRKNEEKRIES, 'm JIARY CALDWELL adprison. tho South for a single doctoral the Congress. Revenue and Mr. Julian "I replied to tho Hickman, Ky., August 3.18S&. pressed through the newspapers, ministrative reforms that are im- will cost tho people 8100,000, and vote. at m9 The Court of Appeals reversed gentleman after ho had made a, reis loud and open in condemnation possible or may bo impossible in there is no assurance, no matter tho decision of tho Franklin Cir- flection on me." Tho reported discovery of rich of the present session of the Leg ' the House of Representatives as what resolutions tho present ses- gold diggings in Hot in case of tho Trus- Mr. Perry "Tho gentleman know Sugar, Ceflecs, Soaps, fcc cuit Springs coun- tees Courtthe the a partisan body, with a powerful sion may adopt, that it will not bo . iSTWillnotbe undersold. Frankfort public when he did so that it was promptof islature. It has been a loner scs minority adverse, and with tno aB long and just as much tram- ty, Arkausas, is causing a tremen- schools as well as for all common ed by a small and unmanly mind." Will pay full price for Batter, Egjts, Sc sion, and has accomplished noth Senate and Execntivo in opposi dous rush of poople to that secMr. Julian "If I said anything against ing. And this in the face of much tion, may become easy and certain melled by privato and local bills tion. In 1SS2 there were some schools of the State attorneys the containing so much truth that it THE for State Auditor. The BARTER GROCERY- - 1X.KEPS all fciada of staple and faaoy needed General legislation. An after the discussion that attends a as this has been. The Republi- - rich specimens of silver ore found the schools will appeal to the Su- offended the gentleman from Owen in Hot Springs and extra Bession will brintr still forth - national election, aud after tho cans during the civil war got to ties, both of which Garland coun- preme Court of the United States. let it stick if the cap fits let him MR. :J. 1L MONTGOMERY, are very rugto his friends and lhe public that election of a President m uarmony having annual sessions, and the wear it." er opprobium, because the pres - with the he has opened a new and fresh supply of icnts of the people Democrats kept it up somo years ged and mountainous, and it was The Boston Post, securing PresMr. Perry "Tho gentleman all kinds of Family ent Legislature has shown itsolf as developed and established in said at that time that somo gold idential preferences from Groceries, which he knows ho is incapable of offend- will sell as low as the lowest. lit is reauntil popular indigna- had also been discovered. Wo see of the Legislature ing an honorable nature." incapable of work. They need to such discussions- Revenue reform afterward, dy at all times to exchange Groceries a! and adjonrn, and let the people elect a is a """ork of great difficulty and tion forced their discontinuance. no reason to doubt the finding of of Maine, New Hampshire, MasMr. Julian (warmly) "I de- cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Cliickeuev or see Conrectionerfcs. Will ! pleased to both gold .and. silver,i in navincr' sachusetts and Connecticut, has nounce tho gentleman from Ow- any kind of marketing that the farming his old customers, and will both suit ..". Stabbed in tlio House of bin Friend. quantities, m tnat section of".-- - answers showing Tilden in the en friends may bring in. The highest mar them in price and quality. Call andseo Ar as a scoundrel." Tremendous ket price always paid. us. "Quick Sales and Small Proftti-- l Tork to reforms in the school laws', ,i-okansas. lead in each State. n ,. i nannnha rio. NowLoganWorM) been stubbed in sensation. oa't be undersold fjan4tf M. MONTGOMERY & BHO. J. has the Hon. O. E. revenue and taxation, &c. partments acting in harmony with Manv nooolo doubtless wonder house of his colored friends. Tho Commissioner Bowman, former what has become ot d ennio Lmd, Mr. Perry "I denounce you as each other. The President's re a liar and a sconndrol." of Agriculture must Tbe ObIt Candidate. for tho District commendation would havo great hybrid convention sweating be a generous gen- tho famous Swedish nightingale. Judge Jno. R. Grace stated in a weight and will ex- - of Columbia, after renowned singer is spending One Xct The IB Crerante. conversation with a reprcsenta- - actlv and influence. Ho wrangling until 6 o'clock yestor- - tleman. been of his acts of kind- Tho autumn of her days in a charmo.to . , x: o ii. ti- - .i. , r ii. oouui iveniuciuan. a ii! rcspni. nil influences and rinv mormntr. to offer his services the NaitiTlUe American. ., ,.. r. tpro ness has live oi uie voted down a homo which she purchased last TiniiiRvillA lioo n riroTnnffnn aOr day or two ago, that he would not SOH1S, tion instructing tho delegates as State Librarian to fill out tho ing at Winds point, England. 'T;iMMwTi5Sk5' HICKMAN, KY t trnni i ...! unexpired term of Mrs. Annie year i make a canvass for Congress in in tho to vote for chosen OXo the people m his selection. tho First District, and would not Tho now school bill proposes tlie Legislntiiro, asking only the) Chicago convention. bTho black Cook, and allow her children to " " have tho salary. Governor Knott the election of County Superinten- lecal Sanction Of tllO State tO 3iS- -' Keens the verv best mkfi nf Rpnr. "" """ D. L. GOLDBERG. become a candidate unless the! Senator has been counting coufi- - has made the appointment. convention should tender him tho WaclM, sinndcrs on Kentucky. deutly on the support of the as Commissioners are now pose Of their botlies in what they and cool, and iwlite and attentive ckks to! dents, e customers. DtIER XU an event which he did from u.e Franifort Yeoman. ored troops. From this time for- - A bill is pending increasing the called, by people instead of by believe to bo tho best and purest way. in these davs of alleceu eu not consider at all probable, as U"ot a single Kentuckian ought ward his Presidential stock will salaries of all the judges in the County Courts. GTAPLSAUKPANOIGSOCSEIES V". there would be a number of can- - to attend the Dramatic Festival decline, and it has never been State. The bill makes the salaries of Next to tho President of tho lightenment, it would seem thati VWVAVi My Stock is New and Fre?b. nad will there oug didates seeking the honor. This unless Cincinnati, in some emphat-- ; anywhere near par. the Judges of the Court of Appeals United States the best paid l so ib.l??enrrSwoUar" 25 Lower than the Lowest be sold at prices lhat will he esa Capt. Stone, of Lyon, the ic and satisfactory manner, recalls leaves $5000; Chancellor and Yice Chanpecially attractive to" buyers. official is tho Clerk of tho Su- tOO much l "ave no clerk expnBss no store rcn governed While living;! only announced caudidato so far the lie put out by her newspapers, From tho five States of Pennsyl-i- cellor at Louisville, each $3,000; premo Court. "' ' til3U J"r COm- mJ groceries, ana one niiiriit lin opposition tomthe independent! that it was w TTp.iituckv mob which vauia.' New York, Illinois, Massa- - each Judge of a Circuit Court, n fc. . ..- ,; the Govern - $3,000; each Judge of a Criminal Tho New Orleans Exposition ponsation of loft.iliA nnnr ,rl,Ptherl"frcl"e..can"l,"?i,"PM tha chP choosinjr est. Best brands of Witlenberor and I n eaiHiiuate, uoi auruer, tho pres- - did the mischief. We shall con - chnsetts, and Ohio tlnphinseille Ken- - linuc to atlvise and advocate this meut derives out incumbent. f of all its Court, $2,000; each Common Pleas grounds comprise 247 acres and his mortal remains shall go totho Sar Flour, 25 cents cheaper lhan the 'nw !"? JOUN WITTING. crave or tho. firp.mii.tnrv- - J v will be lighted with electricity. tiiJ:iun. Judge, $3,000. policy uMil.full reparation is made, postal rvenues. . Gl YE 21 E A CkLLl-Q- M f j only about six weeks ofT, and the primaries in the districts and In tlio Ahsfncf or 21 ( ,, ---- rnnu Iloyil. of limit v, Hlm'ntbrrTnkch AtlvaiitnRC of III Iniulld Wile. ii ml; 1 B; F. O'DANIEL, M, D., trogress "- -" irti.MUM..' wi efe.m X dr. 0 a.. :ea:ris. -- v.orM-rcnoKn- fff-ADa- o 5- - tpoucli-lt- . be-- , - -- -- -; - J- " iof ad-dr- af-th- j j e I? RANDLE ii i ' DEPOT FOR , I 1 smoke-house- ' t Vice-Preside- nt i ; t,i. Attorneys at Law, aoT8-'7- IIT J. ADDITION BROWI HERTWECK, BALTZER CO. h Dit-terl- y ") well-to-d- o siU rfeMSl icxnan, Wkm ren-iU- e 1 co-- , - QROOEaBI rig-ht- . TEE OLD RELIABLE CflAS. A. IIOLCOMBE, Til-de- n FOB SALS j m Ihivm mwn, -- HHSA ill ( c l lis AND EjS, S Bondwanl n. Courier-Journ- i Ex-Govern- or n Hi$ gen-tloma- n J first-clas- CE-MEA- m A 3" xixijo i.. J.W.ROGERS, ! , ; j Demo-cratic'moinbe- rs GROCEBIES, j - . n whole-soule- d : j irSrcoua 5 i: TIVOLI HALL. New Grocery! Prop'r. ru :.. I Jos, , ' " Fod-era- i3 n w ... . i ; one-hal- 1 J 'i., m -- A 7 7 V t ' J'" ..aJ5s..- - m K ram 3i. BJOFl L?tP-rL-: I'flHH. ft"1 V . ' '....r . : - . 1"""' "Crr' .cTi