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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 hic1884042501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. KB& 5 - THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. mO-Het- nn Bulidlnf , Cllaton 8L THE HICKMAN COURIER z --- Fine Job Printing -E- XECUTED- With Neatness and Dispatch. hSh tr: , SALE BII.I.S, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, GEORGE WARREN. Editor., Tlio OldeHt NeVHpaporh Wostora Kentucky. Price of Subscription, $2. "TEND YOUR OWN PATCH." Doa't stop wld yer plowln' to grumblo at Jlnna. Kase be'sstaiidin' Idle ill niomin' in spring:: rer grumbUn wld Jones won't heave out do fetOUOS Dat am ncedln'ycr'tenshun do berry fust wld yer plowJn' caso ho takes a epade: His shoVtin will soon all your plowin W lonpcr you ktowI you'll le lor in do shade; RrJe'i!pencewid his business and tend your J v, own patch. Don ESTABLISHED !!So9. t HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. Egyptian Corruption. I KNfTOJ;inrlo7Ts84. I VOL. - j t stop tinr. o'er-niatc- h; Jones and his scatterin' Feeds; His way isn't your'n nor his seed; but what Jthen? w aui) io iea. .,,. .t While you're Interferin up hasten de weeds, 1 was so aucrv. for Al.irv hnl ' An.d u'6 tlck,''h business dictatin' to men. and there was absolutely nothing to eat ittucros a kind ob a rauiishnesa comes into stent; in the houe. , t. I had to make biscuits Dero are kicks like a mule's, too, one's li'ble s " lor lie 13 oniy a, workman in a mImi'i Out here, however, overvhofif ..i-a-. so one meets with all classes of society, and chooses one's friends accordingly. Kut about this friend of Jim's: llca: perfect Apollo, and has the loveliest eyes I 'ever saw; and his voice 'is heavenly a clear and tenor. Sometimes he remains all tho' evening, ami after he and Jim et through their talk wo havo a little concert; you know Jim and Mary are fine,' singers, and wo make a passable quartette. He was here recently one after- well-traine- d .... "" . ' . to catch. dlctatin best is to show 'cm what's right In a practical work. Jessowyourownpjitoh. Don't Janfflo wld Jone3 when his feeds are - D;ro"8 n Owe to waste wid yer arms on his fonco; wero are wcedi in vour own Inn int t.w,i i " And It makes him belieb sorter his ain't so MISS MABEL nigh It's time to be trablin' to weed yer own patch. and everything. I could see by the twinkling of Jim's eye that ho eajoved my dismay, and that he caused ft However, I managed tolerably, and was glad enough that I had profited by Mary's teaching. I don't know howmuch longer I shall .stay: pfotfablv 8" A& MmiroSdSS'f'tJSfei. 'until -- October. X6"w, MaywrftfW - hence; one of your good, long letters, and tell It puts a man all out o tune to stnnd by " weeds reaching do me all about your summer's campaign, ' th- Your loving Fax. Do pur-posel- y. . - The other day a shipload of Invalids passed Massowah on the way from Harrar to Suez. These men had spent many years twelve I was told-- in tho equatorial province. Most of them were completely broken down. But they had no medical attendance, and nothing to eat or drink except parched "rain and niuddv water. 'I'lm vrvnt;n ni2.. fcrunient may be unable toaftord either iwu r pnysic, uut in that case it has no right to extend what it is pleased to call its sway over three thousand miles cr land southward from the Mediterranean. For enduring his worse than dog s life the Egyptian soldier in theso provinces receives seventy-fiv- e piasters, or considerably less than a pound per month. The men complain that, oven with their meager rations, thev can scarcely keep body and soul together with such pay. With a hotter class of 'piasters the service might bo rendered yoiu popular ana eiliciont. Tho evidence which has been collected on the point namely, tho relations between the Egyptian (overnment and that of Abysoinia is extremely discreditable to the former, JJvbov-- .. ernment need not necessarily be ineaut tho ministry a Cairo With thobest. intentions in the world tho Khedive's advisers mav not havn lmnn nhin tn control lti highness' representatives in tho southern territories. I am only speaking of the conduct of these particular representatives. Thev aro uni versally mistrusted and despised. Baa, Otlicors Slnil mi innni.iin r.f 'Tho Schmidts Ahead So Far. t ""- -" Wmto. ' t BILL-HEAD- S. " ' laXVZTVTIOXvTS, ETC., ETO, QTiTi AITS SBB SCHOOL AX1 T7ffft- - TnE DAIRY. Bciotisnoss ...,. ?TWs 1S worth kroncatins Tremont has become famous for its Prof. r protty girls. There is a large German Brown, of tl, nX-r-r, a. ""umuHiouuiiarni says: o,' colony in tho town, and the (Jretchens COW f0r thlh'y hoifl P'TPosos and Wilhelrainas are the attractions for JWeivetw ynty pounds of milk per .he furniors' sous in Vt They days every year; oirht wilfully disregard lte benutfos in thoir rrcam from ovory 100 pounds neighboring ejiurch and go to oljmlk; forty-liv- e pounds of butter every 100 pounds of cream; and Trotnont to the Luthoran Cliurch, whora tbov sit in tho rear scats and .rvJi n lol,n(ls of cheese from every .captivate- - tho maidons. Just out of IWlPounds of milk." JTromont live tho fnmllios of the CaMwsll givas Schmidts and Kciscr, sido by side, en- m&ronco over grains for oatmeal tho milch cows, joying, until a short timo ago, absolute !lnftCaS.,tho Loit1liry Gentleman peace and plenty. The heads of the rethat the experience of many spective families aro veterans of tho farmers who feed for crea.a and butter war of 187u. and in tho long wint r - a?reothat itis any bettor than evenings their habit was to meet in one .evo,n if M Sood. especially or the other of their kitchens and talk ?1SU' in tho winter, that from oats of the "Silent Mau." Ech family has Wng;compara,tively white. Mix the eight daughters-a- ll pretty nud re- two mi havtf a feed good enotifih for ligious. It is a aight worth seeing, say trio U'ncrjiiwitAH n . ...1. .t pt-w- A Woman Lawjcr. WohwkV Traveling Alone. CHURCH. g, s K'uf t.-- . 1W1 SeJiuddjytdj.aiMKnwiutftiuii. Tn the enrly part of tim month a young uiau appeareu in the congregation or tho Lutheran Church, whoso charms were so many that the Schmidt and lie Ker faniihos immediately fell in loto with him. Then tlin frinlliin whioh l.o.l ?... vy, mail v cows vsliQidibba tlietfc and onco was a sort of challenge to battle. O, woman, woman! Don't you know that the day you succeed in making a soldier of yourself you will have-t- fight ,., for OVOrv ineh of nrnnnrl viuu instead of having the fo.....v. earthjti, whole giveni you, as it is now? She ran around among the chairs and tables and men llko a littlo speckled hen that had lost her last little chickon. Then sho fluttered down beside tho clork. slammed down somo books and saying, "I am horo to make a speech this morning," "proceeded to unroll papers and write furiously. Tho committee was not yot in session and I in conversation vlK n . i incidentally remarked that, wo had.tin: solf-assortio -:- She came with a whirr, It is a yeryjjinnpy thought that we a snap, con-- t that at women canjrtvel alone from ono end " 's the noijrtilKirs'll hear. iy mak tones walk around i And it wont sot him boeln as on his car aurea yer born; right inter yerthand. . 'AtnJ.?tvl.er?wn uo? and slnff dar. nud scramble and scratch: - ' f Dere'll bo plenty to do. I'll be boun', inTle land; Jes do Jones a service and hoe your own paten. -1 Don't holler at Jones j on t crow ober Jones when do harvest days Kase his corn Is stunted and scanty' his wheat; His forefoddcrs 'lore him weren't much now. I vum; - aUxt LiZhsmany tU,i . Don patch. t God ?laa Ief on is hard to lw beat. to Jones a failure dat men cannot at all, atch. a "art-crothat 'ill fail in de fall seo de rows in your '"" p e 4 k- -i a. Don't bodder poor Jones wld jcr Judgment and sneer, . Dere's more real yood moral In lub an1 In Dan inhoursof preachln'.fortiowlookit hero. workin' man a rebuke to a i.a. From do great smilin" flolds from de owner wiio stands, w id hit heart in his face kind journey ofMassowah, and the plunder and smilln'. one catches publicly sold in the market-plac- e of tho Better hones dan from grumblers wld pocket-,.r- town, suggests rellections more cased hands; God bress all the toilers who tend dere own than otherwise to Muktar come home before long. October is so Bey, m patches. the local governor. Said Muktar, FannU Bolton, in CliteavoJnter-Octafar off iu the dim future that Ifcar if you wait until then before returning wo tnc other day: "Bring the thieves to me, and JUST A YEAIU shall have forgotten each other. At. would I shall punish them." What a London houscholdor say if tho May. MISS FAKXIE HOWAKD TO JA3IES FUL- - fectionately yours, police authorities should give a like II. B. CHAPMAN" TO HUBERT CLARK. reply to his LERTftV. complaints about burglary ..a.. IOIO, l.n tni; IIU11U. u..vi.ivib tf..i .i.a1.1 OII1I.V 1070 tutl ew York, May 2. 1881. Dear Jim: Wideawake. Colo., Sept, 20, 1SS1 on his nromises? TheinstJinrK in w liidi first year in which such a summary was - V h?n wcre liere last vear vou were Dear Bob: Since I wrote you lasd a On that nncinn nrnlnti.n compiled, there has boon very marked kind enough to say that if'l roulil year ago, wasn't it, old boy? I intend- was asked for was that of the robberv progress. There wore in 18S2 31,206 , . make yuu and Mary a visit you would ed to take a run back to the oldiilann ui ivuigu cumpuv oi luercnants auu, rt n )nuMn churches.as against 28,505 in 1878; be real glad, and would show mo lots this summer, but my plans were priests who were on their way from Insulted. 19,888 ministers and missionaries as of nice things mountains, waterfalls changed by a desire to watch a horti Abyssinia to Egypt and ralcstine. against 17,683, and 2,826,682 mombors The editor of a country paper is rnmfimhpr mv There were about a hundred of them in Indians, and so on; and do jou kno cultural ei)eriment von as against 2,478,058. The returns from that iiis subscribers Jira, that I am thinking of accepting old fondness for plants? I wanted to all. J ho priests uau 1,900 in casli. America show 27,000 churches aud not rosartl it. in more Mns than nn your invitation? I have a great desire see how a New York plant UUl! of the merchants.had fifty ounces .thair fewer than 2,431,990 members. The "home journal." to see a real live Indian, and I would Muuui siami transplanting lo the colder Of C There was a considerable details for the British Islands show for If their nm3 do not occasionally rather jro down in on of tho .t.;.,. ,.., cnmaie oi our mountainous region. It i quantity of other property, beside theyear 1883, 2,59:1 churches, 3,738 with appear in its columns, or should A's told me about than do anything else in is too early yet to form a satisfactory sheep and mules. Soon after enter-insitting accommodation for 1,138,532. wood-she- d d the world. I am tired of going to the opinion, but I have hopes that the ex- - the narrow strip of territory whicK receive no Tho members amount to 301,802. places where everybody goes-wh- ere it ponment will be a success. Have you divides Abyssinia from the .en, and compliment, or no honorable mention There are 10,630 Sunday School teach- is just dress, and dress, amLdres-s- ; be- ever met Miss Fanny Howard, daughter which the Egyptians claim as their own, greets B's mammoth pumpkin, the editor soon learns that he is guilty of than ilays.Exchanae. sides, I hare hardly anything to wear, of old bamuel Howard on Fiftv-ntnt- h thecaravan wu.sattucknd:iii.lnlim.?n-- J are 1,938 aud tho evangelists reach tho and papa always grumbles when 1 ask Street? She must have been a mere Some of its members were killed and But the. most amusing '" ilJlllllH'i.'itV.W.U.lnil-i- . nml figures i him for money. Why, he isgettin"-tobgin when 1 left, and has "come out' wounded, and the lest escaped, aftor u.Yiuuiuun oi mo injured subscriber oc- not be that lovo which passeth 4...x.l sumetmng nSt 'complnnenEafSs a regnlar bear; only gave me ?5(X! hist within a vear or two. She is visitin- a having been protty well stripped of their curred the other day ih tho olllco of a derstanding, for it would bo but all un- sue urst entered, was, iiko myseli, t (unk- .signatrtnexi 'a number of citizens. Tho nation! a dull lows: Encland. winter when I had to have a new dress cousin of hers, a James Fullerton, and clothes, to Massowah. They have sinco Connecticut paper. farmer who could not detect tho nrofit ing of Rome; for, as she gathered up aspirant takes it tothemorningnewspa-pe- r Scotland. 10,090; Ireland, 1,544. oflice, gives it to the city editor and One Friday afternoon, just after the of kindness in tho dairy if he could but ;her papers after forty minutes of able has been here all summer. Fullerton had the satisfaction of seeing their own xurmc uuariiy uan: iow, Jim, if you andMnryare willing to be bothered with IS Sunerintflmfont. rf t)n ricin tCt..r. property exposed for sale in the bazaar. weekly paper had been published, ami be induced to practice it once. Wo defense of tho Mormons, and fluttered cays"Here's something you may put in the company of your suffering cousin, : tho West" mine a mine, httho w?itt This is merely a typical case. What the editor was leisurely cutting tho onco witnessed a pulling match be- to her seat, ho settled back and said to PUXGEKT PAKAGRAPILS. the paper." she will spend the summer with vou. in which your humble servant toilin"-fo- irritates the Abyssinian minister most pages of a magazine, the door opened, tween draught horses at tho St. Louis himself, "Great Ctcsar!" "Clocked stockings," saysltho PhilThe next morning he reads the cull Papa says I may; he thinks it will "nVe his dailv bread, trvino- tn find mil of all is the indifference with which the and a large, pompous fanner entered. fair. Great immense stnipping horses As a faithful chronicler of unique with great interest and writes the fol- adelphia Call, "are not so called because me some sonse, so he says. Charlio is what the property is really-- worth, with J Egyptian governor of Massowah re The editor, rvcosmiaing him as a subwere hitched to stone-boatand men things hero at our country's capital, I they are sold on tick." It is probably going to Chicago in June, and will see i vu loiuiurcinvesimentiiitpansout. gards his demands for redress, or at scriber, invited him to take a chair. mounted tho boats until tho weight am froo to admit that thero aro many-me- lowing reply: because they aro watched so carefully. "To Colonel fligbath. Captain mo safely started from there. Fullerton, however, knows not that lam any rate for inquiry. The natural re".'o," said ho, in a gruff tonp, "I brought the horses to a standstill. T ho myself among the number, who andothers. I was much surprised AT. Y. Grupkic. Kow, plcaac say I may come, for I other than I seem, and has taken quite a sult has been that the Abyssinian? only cum in ter stop my subscription." horses were big. but the bruteyelledand could not havo made, to save thoir "A Frenchman proposes to start a "Why, what's the matter?" asked cracked the whip ovor them, Finally lives, such a speech! Tho only real upon taking up this morning 's paper fancy to me, being a worker himself. I accuse the Egyptian officials of copartam justrfyuitftosee you. Your am an occasional visitor at his home nership with the thieves and brigands. the editor. "Don't tho paper suit?" mending establishment in New York a medium sized uair of blacks were. trouble about it all was in not knowing to find that you had solicitedme to repcousin. Fax. resent my ward in tho City Council for the benefit of bachelors. There is "No. itdon't suit, not at all," growled fastened to tho boats, and at a low when to stop. At the end of tho JAMES rULLEirrOX TO MISS FAXXIE and there met Miss H. soon after her A still more flagrant exhibition of o arrival. At first I thought sho was like raSPnlit.V. nil tlin nnr n( Ivirvntinn rfU the fanner. minutes tho chairman had to 1 have never sought an office, and wero nothing needing mending more than whistle from tho driver tliey started. IIOWAKD. it not for the "What don't you like?" eminence and they do. N. O. Picayune. the rest of her sex, caring more for the cials is their participation in the profits The mon pilot! on the boats, tho whistle call her to order. She, woman-likWideawake, Colo., May 11, 1881 respectability of tho honorable gentleA numbor of earls, lords and marily Bear. Fan: Come, bv all means. pursuit of pleasure than the cultivation of thcslave trade. It is a mistake to "Mr. Editor," asked the pompous grew louder and clearer, not a word wanted to Jjavo the last word. Sho was men whose names accompany the call quises have been discovered among the e will be delighted to have you stay of useful knowledge: but sho hn.j di'nl. imagine that the slave trade is extinct man. solemnly, "do. you mean tor tell was uttered, but tho little blacks allowed iivo minutes more, and took " - - rw it , with us as long as you can stand it. As open some qualities not often shown in the Red Sea. Arab dhows carry me that yor don't know what I object straightened thonisolves to tho work, .fifteen minutes to end. Joaquin Miller, I should mv nn otdintinn to ... Ten- - cowboys on the plains. This accounts except, gentlemen, and assure you that I for their wild ways. X. Y. Commercial for the Indians and other "nice things " by girls brought up as she has been, and if those boats had held mon enough in Washington Post. every day from the western port3 ter?" shall endeavor to discharge mv duty, " Advertiser. m I will do my best to gratify vour"de- - ami nas snown considerable facility in to Hodeida, Mocha, and other places "I do, certainly." they would have pulled tho harness all He is beaten by ten majority, and to pieces. It was a work of sympathy, "Haven't I allors boon a good ,siresf If you can plan to rcacn Denver adapting herself to the surroundings on the eastern shore, where they aro Emma Abbott savs "tho voice of a Remarkable Hand at Whist. declares that he is glad of it, but the prima donna is as dolicato as a newabout June12 I mav be able to meet she found out here. She has been at conveyed to Mecca, the chief slave on your ptqier?" said tho man, 'and there is no animal more quick to man who carried tho call around for born babe." And the voico of a newyou there. Telegraph me from Chi- the mine several times with Fullerton, market in southwestern Asia. A capita- who was working himself into a respond to this sentiment than the cow. Somo time ago the whist circles cago when you leave there. Mary is and during 'a recent visit an incident tion tax on every slave who leaves an "Haven't I subscribed regular, and paid Show her but a tithe of the kindness the clubs where cards aro playedand indorsement and the city editor know born babe is as dolicato as a for already planning trips for you, and says occurred which greatly! increased my Egyptian port finds its way to tho for it, too? And I want tor know why that you often bestow upon a worthless amusoment were startled at the result that he is a liar. Arkansaw Traveller. prima donna. That is to say, it is very 'be sure and comer1 Yours as ever, admiration for her. She and Fullerton pockets of tho Khedive's oilicials. It is you should pick mo out to insult and dog and she will give you more in re- of ono particular hand at whist playod loud. Boston Transcript. were on horseback and had just ridden, one of the means by which turn than tho value of all the dogs you and held by four prominent citizens, James Follektox.' Cheeked Too 3Iuch. Over tho piano in the parlor of an they increase throw contempt outer!" i Chicago,. i i "My dear sir," replied the editor, could stack between here and the eternal members of the Cuvier Club. The .HI., June 0, 1881. To to one of the upper levels where I was their frequently meager salaries. Tho Eastern hotel dangles a placard inthen looking after some timbering, the chief hands were of such unique nature that James Fullerton, Wideawake. Colo At Macon I became acquainted with scribed as follows": s in tho southern soothingly, "I don't know what you re- stars. American Dairyman. "Inoxporienced roof of the tunnel having threatened ' lanleaves this morning via Omaha. considerable doubt was expressed as to a commercial tourist He toured for a penormers are requested to oenytnom-selve- s aro Anou jeur rasna, gov- fer to. If you will show mo how I I'luwiicus to cave in. Just as .they reached the ernor of Zeila, ' What Our Cows are Doimr. rrLwIlr. mnn.l the fairness and squareness of the deal. Philadelphia harness house, and he had V. W. HowfuiD. and his two sons. Theso ham insnllnil von. T the use of this instrument." . Dexvu; Colo,, June 11, 1881. To D. mouth of the tunnel a few rocks did three worthies derive a good iucomo 'Hie matter." has been estimated that the average In order to dispel such doubts the par- two trunks. As soon as I found that Chicago Herald. It come, down, and one of the men was from the "See here!" gasped the other, chok- cow of tho United States gives about ticipants have made the follotvingsworn ho had two trunks I discovered why ho L Howard, lSTo. 1216 Fiftv-nint- h export of Galla girls and Street, "Fine morning. Your Honer," afKcvr York Dear Pa: I "reached here knocked senseless and narrowly es- eunuchs to the Arabian coast. ing with rago, drawing a copy of tho five quarts of milk per day through tho statement of facts before Jndgo J. Har- came up to me in the reading-rooof fably remarked tho man who was arcaped being crushed. He was carried safely, this, morning. We start for WideThe Abyssinian Christians are as papor.from his pocket and pointing to year, or 1,S00 quarts in all. For a pe- mon, a copy of which will be forwarded the hotel, reached out the friendly hand, rested the night before for being drunk out with an u?rlv cut on bis lipid ami "Yer printcdtho riod of three hundred days, allowing by tho Cuvier Club to all standard whist and said that ho had carried my" photo- and disorderly. "Yos, indeed," heartiawake fanatical in their way as any Moham- a list of names. Fax. dislocated shoulder, and Miss Howard, medans. The former boast that they Esq,' after thoo other fellers' graph next to his heart for the last ly responded the Justice; "quito a fine clubs lor record: HISS FAXXIE HOWARD TO MISS MABEL dry sixty-liv- e instead of running away, had the cour- are tne oniy Christian Mate in Africa; napios with a big K' and yor spelt tho cows to go yield of six days, this "Whereas, tho game hereinafter men- seven years. Ho wanted me to check morning; in fact, a would equal a GORDOV- - . quarts per ;. fine age to help hind up the sufferer's that theirs is an original and independ- mine with a small 4e.' I sny it's an day, which is probably not very far out tioned is without a parallel in any au- one of the trunks on my ticket as wo morning." Detroit Free Press. Wideawake, Colo., Aug. 9, 1SSL wound, insisting that one of the men ent church, purer than tho Church of insult an outrageous insult:" ,went up to Atlanta, and thus save him Jtfy Sweet May: Don't you think I am of the way. It is also estimated that thentic record known to us; anf, whereAn overflowing hall at Norwich, one" half of expense on extra baggage. In vain did the editor, just horrid not to have written sooner? should take her horse and go after tho Rome; and that they havo even contve N. Y., awaited John B. Gough the other doctor. The fellow was carried down ceived the idea of a crusado against his mirth, assure the farmer suppressing about country is all the milk produced as, to deem it a matter of great interWell, I agreed. It is seldom that I evening, while hundreds of people unaconverted into butter est all lovers of whist; Now, therethat it was in the I know you do, and know, too, that to the boarding house and she insisted some of their tribes which a typographical error. The outraged and cheese, the other half- being used fore, in order to placo it properly on try to beat a railroad, but one must do ble to gain admittance, were turned yotrwfll forgjve me like the angel that upon staying by him and making him' have not abandoned tho rites of heathout of tho ollice and is to- at homo or sold for family use in tho record and givo it credibility as a" fact something for his fellow-ma- n now and from the doors. you are for having treated vou so badly. as People camo many as possible until the doc- enism. No one who has heard of the day- the paper's bitterest enemy. towns and Cities. It probably requires in whist history, we, the undersigned, then in' this Have yon wondered if I had got lost in tor comfortable injuries-diroad through life. miles to hear him, one man driving over ll ' came. Tho not prove to Massowah church bell can doubt tho Youtlfs Companion. twenty-seve. "Ohio, It so happened thatlhad a pass around one hundred miles on wretched pounds of milk to residents of Hamilton County, the wilderness? If yon were "to see all bo very serious, about roads fortunately, or I religious zeal of the Abyssinians. This yield a pound of butter, and ten pounds members of the Cuvier Club, being first to Montgomery via Atlanta, and I for that purpose only. Then, John B. the wild pleasures I have been in vou shouldn't be vou now. bell, it seems, was bought by them to " writing with. would wonder that I hadn't been lost-- There! I have lot. it. nnH T for a pound of cheese by the ordinary duly sworn, upon our oaths do say and .handed irtothe baggage-cheoke- r Brutal Soldiers Iu Tonq-ifnGough didn't come." Buffalo Express. win t.n some three or more years ago, in methods practiced. May! if you were here we would lucky-- chap who each for himself upon his several oath out a thought of what might follow. received her kind min- Egypt ail(l paid for-- It was brought De man whut tries ter do right jes harness-hous- e The of milch cows in Jiavc jolly times. Hardly a day pases istrations, and More disagreeable to That on I hope to have them up to Massowah bv steamer, but special unwholesome tippling isnotice than this countrynumber at 15.000.0U0, whichtho doth say:engaged inNovember 21, 188:?, As a consequence, whileoffthe Atlanta becaso ho is erfeerd o' de debu, may is set that'l .don't have a walk or a ride, and ajrain in case of need. Shall at is we were a game of whist at tourist dropped the conduct of star here arrangements hail, to be made for tho the doubtless nearly correct. Over 12,000,-00often we have had little picnic parties uutil after she leaves, the rooms of said clubinsaid city, with- with tears in his eyes for my disinter airter awhile think dat de debil ain' in and If sfie will overland carriage of :. monster weigh- Tho soldiers towards the townspeople. to some lovely spot in the mountains. unon farms, are renorted in Anameso have gained sufficient out any stake and for no consideration estedness, only one of his trunks no great hurry ter punish him,' an.' den do wrong. I ing got J just enjoy myself all tho time, and am permit me slialL'follow her before many will a quarter of a ton. Tho Egyptians confidence to come back to their houses, "last census, and there are many others except tho pleasure of the play; that at dropped off with him. The other con- forced 'ligion. ain' fruit no respeok fur months. Now, old chap, Do whu't am' raised not forward it and tho Abyssinians or to come back and build new houses kept by villagers, one to a family Tho said game Jeremiah Kierstead the rido with me for one hunout.ofdoors so much that Jim says lam a cigar with you in thatIhopejobavo and H. tinued den o ainVnigh sojsweet as do acquiring the complexion of the former before long, and know that of yours will not take ft away. The detention where tho old ones have been swept product of cadi cow is nearly all con- Clay Culbertson, E. G. Webster and dred and fifty miles, and after con- in a forthat, if of the bell .lnnaouaiits Uw Utes. At first 14 nothinir else, you will wish me success grievances, is one of King John's pet away, but they havo no lovo for their sumed by three persons. Each in- Alexander Starbuck, respectively, were siderable telegraphing it went back to fruit whut yer gits outer de orchard. but has caused as much 1 wouldn't like it here. Even conquerors. It is no tnought Atlanta by express. Just how much it uiricansuw xraveiter. wonder. habitant, on the average, consume? partners." Averyour friend, , between Egyptians and Abvssin-iau- s Tho first thing one sees greatone of the about a pint and a half of milk dailv, liefore .1 left home I began to wish I "Why, Mr. Jenkins, I thought you The statement further shows that two cost him t"o fall in love with me I don't in Harry B. Ciiapmax. as the "thett"of tho pro'vinco comparatively narrow cross .Tiadn!t promised to pome, and I almost streets is a in the form of food and drink, and as packs of cards were used; that the first 'know, but 1 assure him on my honor wero in the hosnital." eiaculated n i !... changed my mind at the last moment; MISS MABEL GORDON' TO JIBS ADA of Bogos by the late Khedive's officer, huge Turco swaggering down tho mid- milch more in tlin ct,n. hand dealt was an ordinary one? thnt that whenever I can go out of my tray pretty Washington girl to her caller. CAMPBELL. Muiizinger Bey. Jfe. cheese. There is the same amount of at tho second deal Air. Webster gave again to oblige him I shall cheerfully "In the hospital?' he queried, with dle of tho way, twirling a vicious-lookin- g lor I couldn't help thinking of tho So long as Egyptian governors deNew York, November 20, 1881. lovely times you and the rest of the stick. Tho women scuttle indoors; nutriment in three and a half pounds the cards the usual thorough mixture,, do so. Detroit Free Press. genuine btato Department inflection. girls ivould have at the beach. But you Dearest Ada: Have you heardthe1 news? cline to attempt the capture of brigands the men squeeze themselves as near tho of milk as there is iu ono pound of beef. and after being cut in tho regular way "What made you think that?" "Why, mat- - be sure I did not let pa know how I hope not, for I want to be tiie one to who carry their depredations to within walls as they can; the children salaam papa said at breakfast this morning UW1' a u tnu juriii oi iipnr tin the nack was dealt, with the "following Successful Book Agent. The . t badly I felt,for he would never have for-- tell you. Do you rcmembeBHnrry two miles of tho provincial capital, so reverentially, and can hardly get out OMtllnnliiH io tne miiK yielded- in a result: Culbertson received thirteen, that he never saw a man shoot oil" his ;iaiuui, Chapman, whose father failed1 a few long will Abyssinia be justified in prosingle year, byxour 15,000,000 milch spades. Starbuck received Washik After I reached here I felt real '"" lu"" uuu juui uapiiaiuu lor icr- - ii cows. would do, Jinks? How spruce mouth like yon did yesterday." thirteen "Why, hotyde fotten a few days. Of course testing on behalf of her ror. A little further on we cc me upon require tlin slaughtering hearts, Kierstead received thirteen dia- you aire looking. What business are ington Post. Jim and years ago and died soon after? Vell, it Matsoiculi (or. London Xars traders. seems he of 24,000,000 fat steers weighing, on an monds, 111. Willi? ils wife were as kind as could be; but forgotten went West -- has been almost Wl VUUIflU IllSllfl'IW. A Connecticut Yankee has invented ww Webster received thirteen you in now?" said a retired book t by his set here and a cruty Of Whom nt. tlio average, i,o00 pounds each. everything was so new and soMifferent takes limlirntr n which he claims will throw Surely, clubs, which latter were trumps. Mr. "Same old business selling books," an Edward King tolls one of the most animated tone in whicFi an old the cow is worthy of much respect, and Minor, the only spectator of from what I was accustomed to that I old bachelor uncle in Chica"o feft him cannon balls fourteen miles. It strikes tho game, said Jinks." n delightful anecdotes of Carlyle vet put woman is conducting a bargain. the best of treatment. New England testifies to the same effect. Tho couldn'.t enioy it as I do now. Why, a lanre fortune, in p.icii m.i.. n is an infringement us that his n "What! still a book agent?" Witli a kick of his foot ho scatters banner. Mary actually docs all her own work; didn t touch i biit went to Colorado, forth. That portentous on a Western cyclone. If the Western standing and reputation of all "Yein. Mallock, called on the old .Scotchher tray and little riile of cash over the u.vsu b even., a Kiieuen gin; and the leaving tho mppey in sonie'trnsteo's the above gentlemen in this city forbids papers don't exaggerate, the latter will "And alive?" Feed For the Family Cow. house is so small. But note, I like it hands. There he went to V6rfc is if man and let himself loose, talking Car-lv- length and breadth" of tli street ntwl y the thought of any collusion or conhouse twenty-fou- r throw a seem to be." I almost to death. . Carlyle listened I his Comnanious lamrli hoiste.ronslv tit hore, and do you know, May, that I he had not a cent-- got to bcoreinan Many query as to the proper food for spiracy. Cincinnati Times-Sta- r. miles, aud the roof of a barn still "Well, leant understand it. Since have begun to take lessons in house- in a mine or something. Lastt&,mnler imperiurbably, invited hiip to tea, and the poor ereature's misery. Even the the family cow when in milk. Bran the cyclone "scatters" h I t out of the hospital I have given farther; and Yankee's invention, too. keeping? I felt as if I ought not to while ianme Howard was dat there ha I him to smoke in the library after oflicors. as they stroll along, relievo always good, and tho heavier tho betmore than the In up books.' o make additional trouble for Mary with- they got acquainted and they wfirc eu- -' ward. When, at last the youthful .sage their ennui by playful cuts of the cane ter. Cotton seed meal has a large pro- doctors, writing about somo the Boston Medical and Suri Keep u" ami am maKing 5u,uiju a Buffiilo Express. a learned professor out helping hrr in some way. Jim gageu jusi petoroslie returned. She thought proper to take his leave Car-- It on the buttocks of passers-by- . The portion of food, and if gical Joilrnal says that Dr. Henry ve:ir."t A lady asked Ie accompanied him to the door and Anamese is a cringing, pitiful crature at fed laugned at mo Jirst and asked Mary thouirhtall the time, tnn , f,.Mi. was - uiat im o in small quantities is a valuable Kittredge, of Tewksbury.wasof a family He did. "How, do. you manage to escape if he understood Chinese. bo-good-bdependent upon his wages. .Wasn't said "Well, I've, received the t of times, but he has ifshelikedtotraintj, ,. u a lit- food. "Well, what is mouth in Chinese?' ye kindly because J knew your mother, tle s.d. respect, and he scowlssill much io milk It is, however, very stimulating so noted for surgical skill in'successive ueauu ovr Jt me praises says I know ?ue ,IOO,Vuas cms l,e has d production and must not be fed generations that several physicians in k'eu." A week later the "Easy enough. I first introduce my- "Mouth but 1 never want to set eyes on vo as he dares umlor such treatment. It in fi almost .enough to keep a house ."S1"; ",u lume a,ua t is turaino-ou- t '" iess. tni xiiecow self as" an agent of Mr. O'Donovatt ladv Midlenly asked the professor: i.S UOt piles of money, and they are to'bo Wonderful. t!ioii.fr.. flier irl.nn starchy foods, which win also need some j.uw xiuiupsiure applied to the Legislaxxaiange. again; of my own. The idea! We don't is partly supplied ture to have their names changed to Kosa and ask for a subscription to tho "VVhatis kitchen door in Chinese?" "IB he finds a solitary European ho proceeds by spnng Quite a romance, have much in the way of amusement cornstalks and hay, but a'little com Kittredge so as to acquire the heredi- dynamitcfund." is k'eu." "Very remarkable. A week In view of the fact of so mnnv d.i. to wreak his t engeam-- upon him and i"til is neees-ar- y aside from whafcwe make for ourselves; isntit? lknew there must fee g to make enough of tary prestige. "People refuse, of course?" ago you said 'mouth' is k'eu." "Quito Lfalcatious of cashiers and treasurers. wipes out a srore of long pent-uto keep, her there so longS but everybody is sociable and we have grievtnis Corn meal and oats ground "Certainly. Then I take out of my so," answered tho professor; "whatI am the St. some very plea?ant times. We havo a daily looknif' for .a intto that ances. o makes good feed. Five pounds .i..i irom vou. women Louis- Dispatchin suggeststrusts. ent man The Tonqir.iiese is a very differv - w .. . Whaling day3 have gone by, and pocket a can of brickdust, labeled in ever opsnsaud shuts is 'k'eu in Chinese." be employed 11 from the timid inhabitants of - i i our men sfueh XrIItHl IIPH . fir .....1 . vy..j.aii, auu mere f bran, four j, Dynamite,' and begin to exChicago Times. is ' JU1 They neither gamble in stocks, smoke, Cochin China, and will require many wo pounds ofpounds of com meal and jet this seems strange alongside of The big letters its some one to dinner almost every Sun- - 'Extract from new york "queen cotton seed meal per day report of Captain Roche, of the schooner patiate on merits." tt was in the editorial room of tho d&V. or drink whisky. The young men years and a strong military occupation w a ...... .on.-. Thern is ono mmilnn... ...u Yes- cw in full milk will not Lizzie P. Simmons, who tells us that 168 London Times: "Do you tnink my foot should note the suggestion. There arc before the country is broughi to "cornea quite often to see Jim on ne too much, and ttith the coarse fodbarrels of oil and 2,500 pounds "They beg me to handle it carefully will have to .be amputated, doctor?" thousand;, of intelligent women fully like a peaceable state Cor. -i works in the mine of der usually fed will give satisfactory that a singlo whale yielded, of bone and put it away. Then I place it in asked the faintly. "I brought 'rimes. competent for this class of work ih Jim Superintendent) and who is one Mrs. Harry Chapman returns. Many consider buckwheat him in between $13,000 aud $14,000. pocket." am afraid so," replied tho physician; mv coat-Uid every State. Chicago the roost agreeable persons I ever the year in Europe "O! ho!" ' line of r.t;'way cars, to be drawn bran valuable, but we prefnr wheat Boston Advertiser. "it is very badly hurl, but I may be ablo met. He would pass for a gentleman be bran & w,i being more digestibK which "Afterthat I open my samples and to save it. How did you manage to Mrs. Harn'pt Beecher Stowe raises bv c will mi" of the anywhere; but I wonld hardly have uswera the same j of fX!ffid8- - t ifl.rtoo oranges annM-nl- t Instead of flogging bad bovs, the talk bcobto them until "thev buy, and cnish your foot in this way? "Thebov ao iioiue , t'jr,., ,,t travel and traiu-poron her liou.la pec( oonie acquainted with him in tne 7W.f .wui!r.Jjct-.i- i J', t. voyaee.-CA- ical teachers in some of tlmselmoln in Scot thev doultidaro to kick me." Phila. dropped tlm proof of one of my edAr u L intra! Asia, JiiCUHc. i giove. iuu land dosn them with castor oil. j delphiaML itorials ou it ' PMladelvhiu Call. g 1 F1 Cape Mav, August 2(. 1831- .- My Darling Fan: What a naughty girl Jou were to treat rac so shabbily not to write a line 'for two months! I am sure that I wouldn't hate treated youfsohad I gone to that horrid town in'Tour place. How can you bear to stay tfiere? J know I shouldgust die if I had to remain there a week; it must he dull as acemeterv. Ibcliovo thafcrrentleman with the "heavenly" voico must possess some attraction for you or you coidd not think of staying until October. You didn't eren toll me the name of your "sweet singer;" who is he? Why in the world do you want to learn to cook and do housework when one can always got servants forsuehwork? I should uflocate in ten'minutcs if I had to go into a kitchen this hot weather, and there must bo somo irreatiiaduce- ment to draw you into one. Has Apollo been 'preaching tho beauties of dorrfostic life and so on? 'The carriage has just comeand I mut get ready for a drive. 'flf you were here would talk voit blind, if "riot deaf, fori have lots to toll you. Do GORDOX TO MISS HOWARD. Aioula, commander-in-chie- f of tho Ab sainian army.pointedlyaccuses them of sharing in tho plunder of caravans, and Egyptians themselves generally believe thnt the charge is onlv too'well founded. It is doubtless true that Abyssinians arc as guilty of aidimx and abetting m brigandage as any of tho Khedive's oilicials; but Bas Aioula, on behalf . of . King Johannes, contends that those offenders are reneo-adeand outlaws, who would be imprisoned if they returned to their own country. The very fact that Abyssinian caravans are sometimes looted within two' hours' " n. yu AIllL-ft-'- a ..-- -- gall and wormwood. Mr 'Schmidt .would stand ou one side qf horfquoe and revue me stout Mrs. Iveiser to a decree that one night Mrs. Kei.-e-r invadedthe enomies territory ml sat on Mrs. Schmidt's head. When Mr. Schmidt came home and learned the degradation of his family, he went into thji.KtiserhousQhold, and after knock ing Mr. Koiser down, aimriCd t. d ovor his head and shouldnrs. Last Saturday night tho voting man in question, August Ilippnfrao, callwl on Au-nSchmidt, and after sending some hours iu her soeh-ty- , gave her a iinal embrace and departed. He had not ono far from th house when Air. Keisor, his son and daughter Minnie mot him. After using the strongest language to express their disgust at his choice (Miss Schmidt), they tied him securely to a tree by the roadside and lett him to meditate upon the fickleness of woman. After the Keiser family loft him, Bippalyae shrieked to so good a purpose that he awakened Mr. Solimidt, who came out of his houe in his night costume and liberated his prospective At present Mrs. Schmidt has a lawsuit against Mrs. Koiser for assault; Mr. Koiser has an action against Mr. Schmidt for felonious assault, and Mr. Bippalyae has sued the Koiser family to recover .$5,000 for assault. Mr. Rippalvae is also about to marry Miss Annie Schmidt. Ar. Y. xrtounc. j3h-pan Jormerly (jhnracUjiispil jcm became as ie son-in-la- I i hot-hou- se ;okl-dus- t. " newly-painte- that otw summer ho was one of three milkers h a herd of fiftv onws. nml lm u convinced that five milkers could havo obtancd twenty per cent, more milk. Irevery dairy there are seasons of extra nilk yields, and also of extra dry cows.so that it is hard to state exactly wha a "task" should bo. Somo of tho bet handled dairies we have ever seen had Hit live milkers to a hundred cows, but they were milkers as wero milkers, aid of course at no one time wero all tie cows giving milk, while, urTJa.so to speak, we have seen six milkers fal with ono oow. Much depends upot the men and tho cows. A man could milk nearly twice as many Jerseys as lo could llolsteins that is, wo mean Dach or Friesian cattle. Wo say let ever man work according to his capacity md his cows, but do not crowd him soHliat he will slight any of them. Aboveall, as we havo often remarked before, put the host milker to the meanest cws. The reverse of this rule will not vork. The Dairy. Thero is in essence of truth in this: "It fs from tkn dairies vlure th twlif axisis that cream canhobewitehed, and over the doors of which horseshoes aro nailed for lick, that much of the poor butter comes." "It is only when all natural conditions aro spontaneously favorable that such people over make good butter." And, alas! how seldom find tho. elements all favorable, and how often theso people spoil agood thing, that could in such favorable tinios almost make itself, by some bad practice that no amouutof warning can induce them to abandon. Frequently tho butter wRl be almost perfect up to tho middle nroeess of worfeinn- snd if they would only let it alone there would bo an almost perfect article; but uo, that everlasting paddle must go on sliding over the butter until the last vestige of grain has loft it and nothing but a slick mass of groaso remains. Working by rule Is a good principle, but sometimes there is more rulo than principle, as the old darky said about the rulo that every dog bas his day. Sometimes there are more dogs - frvtsH toTtm, and "the writer" says jut ! groj--nBgleot- e- 1 .... .. t?wi rt mTrsoln. """"I'i nuu jiui ouu ueijjuing io lOOK ouestions on me, she shouted: "And th it in the them, can you wonder havo offered to a. littlo im- face of the Constitution, which says: patience? 'No State shall coin money or issue bills Be sine to be in time to meet tho lof credit.' " Then the head dropped, conveyance by which you are travel, the deft hand flew and the pen rattled and to see that your tickets aro;orrect , over tho paper. and baggage cheeked, and your Tho chairman called to order, tho checks secured in a safe place. 'lavo llady lawyer was at onco oa hor feet, with you more money than you vill nn(l, shouting out her purppso to bo need, but have the greater part oLit dieard on tho momentous Mormon in somo secure place. Dress Uf question, on motion of some one, plainly a3 possible, in quietcolors, with minutes wero allotted for her little jewelry or ornaments of any kind. jspeech. Catching up hor books, bag If you are going on a long journey, seo land manuscript, hastening to the far that albyour needs, as far as possiblo.aro 'end of the room, sho took position just provided orbofore hand, so that you under the fox and rattlesnake, and. may not be obliged to ask strangers to laying down the papers, she crossed help you; and when obliged to change 'her pretty hands and looked at us tran- ears, go with the crowd and do not lag quilly, triumphantly, a long time under behind. And do not allow any one to her glasses. This woman, look after your luggage but yoursolf. famous in the annals of this city, Go in' an omnibus whore there aro stauding there with folded hands, under others, hnt never in a hack alone. the ferocious fox of Oregon, liad it all Should there bq any doubt as to the her own way at once. She was pretty cars you are to take, or tho way you to begin with. No bangs, no frizzes, are to go, ask an official or a laborer .no foolishness at all in hor dress or who is likely to know. Do not got conHer heavy gray hair was fused or lose your presence of mind, combed back in the old, chaste fashion, rio matter what emergency you may and showed a splemlid brow and fine. find yourself placed in, ami you will be earnest face. All leaned forward and sure to come out all right It is bait (listened eagerly as she began, and as to maintain a reticent manner when she went on for the first few minutes, traveling alone; when asked a question, tiler English, her articulation, her answer civilly but briefly. In this way all seemed perfect. I doubt if you will find that you can go abroad as any man in Congress could use safely as you can about your own town, .v.vj. language or use it with and take a great deal of enjoyment that more grace and precision. For otherwise you would be deprived of. the first fifteon minutes uo man iwr. uomury uenneman. mo veil or spoke, but at twenty .minutes she began to fail, flounder A Sly Patriot. about, to blunder. Sho had forgotten Mr. Buckley, who would like to bo her piece. And then, poor dear, sho had undertaken to settle tho whole stu- an Alderman but who believes that the pendous Mormon question, the morality ofiico should seok tho man, goes to a and immorality of it; to expound friend and says: "Wonder who'll bo Alderman from Constitution, compare jtho Con- our ward?" to King all fross minutes! No George, sho in The friend doesn't know, of course, wonder got ,beyond hor depth. Mon got impatient; and the aspirant continues: "Wo have had poor men in tho they began to talk: some giggled as sho soared and soared to her final appeal Council long enough, and I think that and got so high that she melted tho wax it is timo for somo prominent citizen to of her winds and foil to the ground there step forward." "Why don't ybu run?" under the gentle rattlesnake and the "Ihadu'tthotight of it, still if I had wregon. ui uic iai-uluiuuuiu a call Y would tt'l en re." . rcl1 - irr; The cathedral at Ulm;' Wurterh-burthe largest Protestant in of our broagaand to the other; wo may the world, is to have .1 cnirechurchfnnt SOJ iiud it morepleasant to have company, high. but when compelled to go without anyAn one we find, itjcan he done with perfect youth, industrial sehool for eoloroil is well to f amiliarizo ono's-se- lf Va., similar to tho one nt TTnmnton safety. It to shortrfrips from home, and thus ville, is to bo established near .laekrson- Fla. Prominent gentlemen-ar- o become wx and fearless interested in tho scheme. jV. O. tiBftQ comes to when tho dart out on a . more length" ed journey. To feel per- Times. Tho Woman's; Christinn Tnmnnr. fectly atfkomo when surrounded by have petitioned strangerpa crowded steamboat or ance Union of Ontario temperance textrailwayixaisJ- we must have had some for the introduction of experience at tho same kind. You will books in the schools, and are sanguine usually eF with pleasant officials, that their request will bo granted. lwo years ago a Presbyterian who wilhrfKdor you any service that Church consisting of 'one family was if y ou needfi find them-gruf- f and , tnilit- .l:..U .1 Kan. ..! It now uiswiru you in ino organized at suiiy, uvjin-.vleast. Jjy,lways much more agree- has sixty members on its roll, of whom have been added since last able. andjMnc more completely at twenty-liv- e w vtolPfeLwith.civility; but ycioDcr.. vmeago Tribune. IR?1IE-,U- self-reliaa-o-u - 5. ? May-field- . ,- - -- lif-te- on gold-rimme- d ad-.dro- ss. olo-'cuti- on muu pruuy wiueiy uy 1110 .episcopal churches of Boston. Of the twenty-tw-o churches and chapels in that city, thirteen are "free," and in tho diocese more than half are "free." Of eight new buildings converted oroponed during tho past year, all but one are "free." Boston Journal. . If you ask me why it is that after 1,800 years four parts "out of lire of tho whole glooe are without tho knowledgo of Jesus Christ, and why Christianity is yet a matter of debate, it is becausu men have shifted the emphasis of tho Gospel. They havo put for the Gospel tlfttgs that aro not tho Gospel, and hate neivor yet, as it wore, understood tvha was the real force of the Gospel of Jekis Christ Henry Ward Beecher. TW ChriHinn at Work asks th question "Why do females preponderate in th membership of our churches? Out of :?,000 members of the Congre. gational denomination, 252,000 or 6:1 per cent are females, leaving only 8tJ per cunt males. What is the reason of all this? Tho Congregational denomi. nation is tho only one that tabulates" iu membership by sexes; but we supposo a like proportion to exist in the other churches. What is the reason? Do not men become religious as readily as women? then why? Or does the "church not adapt its work as well to men as to women?" The "Baptist Handbook for 1SSI" has recently been published. Among tho features of rrenor.il iiitoreit: ic sum mary of statistics of Baptist Churchos m& non-Episcop- al faMhjujgpiatoentfr?. ( i. ii AVI-ter- ed e - IJheiralUidntslthe, - -- i- - r - s, n, Sal-go- re aflec-Uona- te twen-ty-liv- well-know- e, n CJ T -- -- .v.. . m sup-port- or rac - t -- slave-dealer- "' ll -- m , ten-doll- ar half-subje- ct - man-strod- e d up-hi- n O, Q tl. hot-hous- ng 1. .. 111X11 ag-m- air-gu- well-know- air-gu- pseudo-philosophe- r, -- le v M two-stor- old-tim- ,t a-- milk-formin- g - i,f y: - -- i- - o wifie-toin- p - to-jet- ;Ym... i r.. I 1 fair-si?e- ci M(he i wwi'theKrSaJuWiUsffS , any-thin- J.o'n-do- editor-in-chie- f, EuJ Sffifc ThethSpM il Z, Inter-Ocaa- n. s -- i. , ta pu-pos- e t 'l z a 4. o matter how many peopla are disas to certain things I was alway3 talkFARM AND FIRESIDE. He Caught On. that the borhood would soon know all about it, posed to kick whenever any noise is made, mo DUSinuss wmuu iuu uu, aim wiu '"B l wanaenng3,' in a fit tbey never complain about tho racket made niece was to kv !. fumitoro as it and of the A crop of corn is essential on all A Peasant one day put on a new by the dinner-balpremises be rendered worth of fright went on her knees and lease stood m two rooms on the upon which stock is kept. Being all about it It was she who, farms paper collar and greased his boots with next to nothing. 'Besides,' said he, in and the privilege of reding ia tnf GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. I was troubled with Chronic Catarrh and d sort of way. 'it's no use under her husband's directions had xtrcmeiy nun in caruon, ii not oniv Chicago butterino and hied himself to months an rent free for tho term of twelve in my head, was very deaf at talking to a man like me, who nover placed the 'coachmau' in mv bed' Tha provides "nourishment for growth but the town and to the office of an' insur- fathering diicharges above all other ance company, after tho aunt's demise. That event ears, and in his life, about olergy- - horrible noises in the wall were made produces heat and fat KENTUCKY. where he demanded the times, had to breathe from my my nose. HICKMAN. ..u ffpr tllO S6' went to church was unable liAimnniwl ul, ,i throng li - .vrir and sum of one hundred dollars. Before the second bottle of Ely's Cream told men I'd just as soou, if not sooner. by a cat, muzzled... susnen.lo,! t.., ; 5Cit . I u creVm7rriage7and needn't bo Is found In the Great Modem DiacoTcry, to ius Uood Corn Bread: One pint each was President. old rJanchard Blanchard, and toI was bothat Hamshire Uasui-when - the apply to his name is. the Wizard. He's siring tied doubletail, and let down and- of wheat and Indian meal, one cup of "For what?" asked thoniv house in Balm enjoy exhaustedhealth. cured, Cordis, ..NOW THE ACCEPTED TIME. day C. J. tween tho sound "Because I have kent partition of lath whatever win was read. He was first one uiuiuspooniiu oi laru, one sured with you for a thousand dollars 923 Chestnut street, Field Manager, Philaa Why mourn for the birds that have flown far quarrel with the delphia Publishing House, Pa. inheritor, but got quite a reputation for squaring piaster, inrougn wasbole in tho floor of Biimr, fortunate away? tcaspoonful of salt, two eggs, two for these last fourteen years, and it has sho who acted m toio. their room. It discovering what a timid nd ."ervo"f matters witu unquiet spirits, I Mm, ho ghost, which she could well do, the There are plenty in summers ahead : of baking powder.or ono never burned and caused you loss." Eomk people wonder why others do not bein Why care for the flowers that erewhile were person he was, and how easy it would But when I asked who told of soda and ono quart of milk Then the President called him a make money. It is often because thev (ray? affected tO replied: 'Hanged if I know. Surely much like her aunt in features or of V lift tn imnncn i.:. wooden-heade- d as sweot, in their stead. Others bloom, lust (With J?liosphoru.) carrot and othor sweet have not the cents to begin with. Hostrs you don't believe in such humbug?' just her stature She explained! also, or cold water. Bako two hours. Tha O! fair were the yesterdays, bright wereihelr make light of the matter, nd' wlUl how that the wizard names and ordered him to cheese the Toothpick. tn forms of hours, Pose'BsmincloacnrtireTlrto the apart- Neither could he tell me where tho spiracy, and that tho was in the con- Household. wife, took up his abode ia had And preciousthelr histories o'er; Take light and racket. The Peasant was looking Nrroa Dclilllty, IJraln. Hrart nd Sf Minute Soup: ments provided for them, while air. Wizard lived, nearor than that heneigh the ghostly message flaming letters of TO OUR KKADETtS. Yet sin? of tho note, with its largess of powers. UUranrvDjiP'FiU. Wenlc .nsev I,"'rT0 were made with rather stale bread or crackers and about town for the aforesaid cheese Wicks, tho bnoi.ni,,,. Irvine nothing heard it was somewhere in the The sunshine and joy at the door. The proprietors of Allcock's Porous Exhaailloa aal Broitea Down ComUtutloni. 81. OO stairS.OO. on car- borhood of -Walworth common. 'But phosphorus on the dark wall behind crumb iuto a tureen, adding a lump of when a lawyer winked him into a Plasters and Bras Dana's Pills will perbotth Eli bottle. Mcenjcer of Ilealtn. me, and opposite the mirror in Though great were tho heroes that suffered of else in particular to do, resolved way and said: Sendpt&l for thi rying on tho chandlery business him- you take mj- advice,' says he, 'and keep they appeared. The money was which butter, plenty of popper and salt, and old "Foo'ish man ! An Insuranco com- publish for tho next few weeks in this nd n& of woodf rfol cures effected by Coc Beef to bo half a cupful of croam. If fond of onAnd many the noblo ones gone, . self. But now, haviuo- - revealed somucn the matter to yourself. You saw the divided between pany pays not for you save, but paper somo of the many curo3 that these sail Iron. Aak joor drossist for It. Address them; but - As true stilt remain with their story untold; to you," said my medical friend, m "coachman" three times, remember. division had not yet boon luckily the ion", cut a few slices and lay ou tho for what you lose. what $50." remedies have effected. All hail to the heroes unborn! Fee, DK. C. W. SCOTT, niado. It w as top; then pour plenty of boiling wator conclusion, "Mr. Wicks himself shall and you've heard the noises three times, equally lucky for me that ltojoico in the past with its memories sweet, It you aro in need of medicine give them KaniRi Clly, ITIo. my doctor over the whole. You can add an egg moral: and now, perhaps, you won't hear 'em as w ell: . Hejoice in tho present tell you what next happened." was a man of determination, and that well beaten. hxehange. The Insuranco company has settled a trial. They guarantea them to bo made Somo day with fond tears we'll its story reSCOTT'S LIVER PILLS. DR. 'is going of the purest and best drugs that money Mr. Wicks, ou whom we called that any more. My wife,' he sap, cousin he had a lawyer friend of his own sort. peat. the loss at $900. Detroit Fne Prat. with this And all its proud victories tell. can buy, powerful to cure, yet perfectly A good way to use up Vita of cold A SPECIFIC FOR same evening, was nothing loath. He away week,evening to stay have a hor to Between them, and by threatening to so you won't harmTjis. snort for a g lookin"-ioan,!oturkey is to cut them in piece of uniUnique Traffic. cherish the heart that now fa!nts in tho is an .Then Epilepsy, at home as put the whole affair in the hanih of" the I J Allcock's Porous Plaster fs the standstature, and so stout that the only indi- worry you, andhis shall sleep awav. She police, they got back even pound of form "sio if possible, make a btitter of strife. Spasm, ConvulDiEVER FAILS Kiss lips that twit offer pood cheer. Tho thrift iness and commoroinl abil- ard oftexcellence and like all good things secured usual.' Well, e wife went flour and an egg, sprinkle and cations of his shop apron bcin: Be kind to the one who is nearest thy life. before she went. my money, and that was the pleasant milk and salt over tho oold fowl and ity of tho Germans are well shown in largely imitated. The public is especially sions, Falling bade me good-byoy strings appear m tne dom m popper The hand that note toileth, O spare! SiVfoMSJjSt.'Y'ltns were no noises in tho wall that news they had to tell me as soon as I mix with tho batter; fry as you do any tho last new trade invuuted in Berlin. cautioned against nil Somo day you may yearn for response to your Ho has a polished bald head, andlarge, There porous plasDance, Jlcohd-touch. night, nor for two nights after. But got a bit better and was strong enough kind of fritters, in hot lard, drain woll Every ono knows thnt even the neediest ters, none of which contain the healing When tho heart thatnow throbs will bo cold; mild blue eyes, and is, I should judge, the night after that I had a twister! 1 to hear it. And here I am, after all, as Oplum Eat- cuma that AJlcock's does, but are made of a nature so unsuspicious that if the Then lavish tho sympathy needed so much. see, and where Hamshire is you and servo hot This is a good break-- newly married couple have a certain And whisper tho love long- untold. poor and cheap materials and simply of had ventured to go back to my bed you embarras dc riehcsnes owing to their from credit system is a recognized feature fast dish. xV..l'. Post. Scrofula, King again, but I didir t lock the door, in likewise have seon. As for the wizard,' gotten" on the reputation of the Ah, the present! Its page presses close to our the coucern he will probably extend the According to Dr. J. C. Peters, it is wedding presents, including many du- genoiaoup to sell he hasn't boon seen since." London EtQ, Ugly Blood willful article. in case anything miglit happen and I Telegraph. face. business far beyond the condition filth that eaucs most of the diseases of plicateis specimens, and such proviHER And we miss the sweot leson It reads; Diseases, Dytptp- waste especially gHlling to the m a a which old Mrs. Ingledew left it, what- wanted to run upstairs iu a hurry, and OPINION OF Dlt. JlOTT, LATE domestic animals. He mentions par. Ah, thepast! It is far. and we study its grace. sia, Nervousness, dent German housewife. An ingenious be. He tell Hamshire. I burned a light a ever his ultimate nroflts mar 'And ponder iU words and Its deeds. CHKSIISr, ON ALLCOCK'S ticularly tho habit of allowing bedding gentleman accordingly Cultivating tho Orchard. hob And yet they are one: We aro clasping hit upon the l'OEOUS I'LASTUIL i;cjPlHlQHWOto Sick Htadacte, exhibited great trepidation when ho small night-lig- place. standing on the how and manure to accumulate under the idea of calling upon brides in Berlin What we'll 6igh for in vain; I don't know Rheumatism, was informed that Mr. Hamshire was in the fire M investigation of Allcock's Porous Then gather the sunshine, rujolco iu its ray. There is a great variety of opinion horsos and other animals in stables. and offering to exchange or bur for cash long I had been asleep, but a strange & -- Jfayous Wedbuu, Eraiq Yorry, And banish the sorrow and pain. still resident iu tho neighborhood, but suows it to contain valuable and is pecuamong farmers concerning tho best way The impure air thus generated : uuiousne", "great art Plaster ingredients not present in any Mr$. S. R. Clark, in X. 1". Examiner. became somewhat reassured when he sound woke me, and there was tho of managing an orchard. essential all liarly well adapted to injure tho health their duplicate presents. The Kidmy TrwUcs and Irreqwxruxs. Nearly ghost of old Mrs. Ingledew standing in is no doubt to select othor' Plastor. These Ingredients aro so imin giving presents yaniplo Teunionial. was informed that it was highly open. agree that at first during the frsttiirce of tlie animals compolled to breathe it things which look as if they cost more Samaritan Nervine is doing wosders. City, that the doorway, with tho door wide in THE WIZARD OF WALWORTH. probable after LpT'!ly proportioned that tho ALLCOCK'a All. Troy Times. Dr. J. O. McLcmoln. Alexander or four years tho oreluud suoT!"' 1 was wido awake and sitting up bed. than they really do, and tho new Kxor 110 (AlT. UiClyP WOUIU UVCl UU UUUUIVU not For a good luncheon dish, tako a ehnnsre and Mart' in Berlin must cost PonOUS l'LABTRU willand Icausozmsiers and there could be no mistake about it. cultivated; that is, somo crops should find it superior I was recently in company with the bv hini amvi. "I am heartily glad to There she was, as though she had just bo planted whioh would in some meas- pound of soaked codfish and when cold many disappointments; but the ExetiSive Irritation, It cured where PfcJggMta trade to and more eflloient than any other Plasof 'health con- j hear you say so, sir, fcaui tne chandler. medical officer fhothor tho mince it fine. Heat a cup of drawn got out of tho coffin I had m en her ure keep lhe soil stirred, to be thriving, and there is al ter. Henry A. Mott, Jr., Ph.D., F.C.S. frctlr answered- with a pnrish tho name of "but opo never snuivs iiut sucn a nected Heeius in, with one hand screening her crop be corn, oats, wheat cr potatoes. butter, stir in the fish, pepper to taste, ready some half a dozen persons en Professoror Chemistry N'.V. Med. College, etcwhich need not bo here mentioned. He rascal as ho is may be up to. I lying best for EICHBHB MED. CO.. ST. JOSEPH. MO. of grated -was on a dilapidaU'd-dwellinexpe- pitviiswifo and forgive her, though eyes, as though to see me bettor iri the Rye and corn are hardly tio a very mix in well two tablespoonfuls gaged in it English paper. So!dby.an.DruSKi3ta. cheese ; butter a baking dish; pour in a foet has written a poem entitled dition, and in a dreadful little room in shadid'very nearly frighten mo out of half dark, and vengefully shaking her the first yenr. especially for C0., AKent. Chicago, 111 trees aro This explains what the LOBD, STOUTESBUEG it L,dy Moon." A Long Felt Want. one of a long row of rotten, old houses mr life by appearing to me as the old other fist at me. Then the door closed, voung orchard where tli) cultivated tho fish, strow fino, dry crumbs on top, man in tho moon has been doing up there and set in tho oven until dolicatoly small; and again with a wo found a man and his wife. It needed lady's ghost. But no doubt it was, ho and sho vanished. . . LYDIA E. PIKKMAM'S . . Mabel "Oh ! Pa, isn't this funny?" so long. crop, like corn or potatoes, there is al- brownod. ('old fresh coil, halibut, or but a singlo glance to discover that who put her up to it." "But it was "I won't deny, gontleraen, that I was ways more or less-risCOMPOUND VEGETABLE TliiI. is fnnnv ?' Vn of dimagwgtho other firm, white fish is verv good prellutter llnyem they were deeply plunged in poverty. somo time before you suspected him?" in a mortal fright, if ever a man was, or pared in this mannor. Baton Olobe. A positive cure for sirglo-tre- e IS says u Now York TVorvwhoro aro refusing to tako white. Mabol "This The woman was apparently umeli older "My good sir, I ha'd no reason for doiug though my conscience was enough. If trees with the chains, VV. if AH tlme painful Complaints except at "grease" and Farmors should not forget that the furniture man "has invented an 'elec- llardy looking butterwant nothing but gilt- than tho man, whose age could not so. He used to laugh at my ridiculous I had ever wronged the old lad, or plow. Some plant in pUatoesas ray and Weaknesses so common Consumers I prices. far to our best have been more than twenty-siand nervousness. I well remember how he done anything to'induce hor to leave thon cover with straw, but sovory poor bran and othor coarse feed made from trical lounge.' ! edged buttor, and buyers itieroiore recora-.?-- . Pa "Indeed That will fill a long-fe- lt FEM ILK POPULATION tiiAir natrons to ker a uniform color she in a dirty, tattered gown, and with laughed," wheat aro richer in elements of plant Mr. Wicks, mo her property and disinherit her experience goos this is 1 continued want If it can be worked by press; II thronghout tto year by using the Improved . frlrtft Illiquid, IIlftrlKtSfra. . her head tied in a rag as though she wincing a little still at tho unpleasant niece, it might have accounted for hor plan..nil ., n;rl,l.nr nnnn in Illinois Who food than tho wholo grain, and, of T mhn mlann Jill .!. !. 'A T Its jmrpoM 'VT72E!?.X uoior muuouj course, fooding them makes a richer ing a kpob in some other part of tho Butter Burlington. Vt. It is the only color suffered from neuralgia was about to recollection, "when 1 found the devil's vindictive appearance. But lhad done ,,. orobard of & Co.. it "tallHJiTOUO.l'WiM" all A ton of wheat bran is worth house I will jret one." down to a meal, of which dry bread coachman in my bed." "Found what?" nothing of the kind. I jumped out of nearly ruined a fino young mauure. sit relied on to never injuro the Orarian trouble. Inflamma It Mabel "Get one ? Why, what for ?" tha can be to always give the perfect color. tion will nre entirely FalUn ami inriemem, mna fruit ot out that snrinir. The soil was 14.o9 cents for mnnure, while a ton of and a toasted herring were the chief in- "Tho devil's coachman, sir. That was bed, and-a- t first thought I would go up and 1. ration. and conand l Spinal Weakne in Pa "About bedtime I will press the butter, druggists and merchants. Sold by gredients. But I was most struck with the first of it, and it happened when and tell Hamshire; but on second first well plowed aud putweregood out. corn meal is only worth S6.G5. These figUfe. set knob." dition before tho trees moor Faintnw.natnVTK'T. defray all eraTiPS It ures are based on tho cost of nitrogen, the husband's appearance. It w:is un- they had been in tho house not more thought I resolved that I would not. f was furfor etlmoWnts. and relieve, WeakPe ConcresMonal rnilonement. Mabel "Well, what will that do ?" Prottratlen, mistakable that he was not of the com- than a week. Three nights in succes- He was such a disbeliever, as ho had Later in the spring tho wholeapart, one phosphoric acid and potash in thoir BUvlnr. It eurw IVhllitT, Heiulach.-3' rom Penn., IVprewlon and I" Cessna, tr?noral Slfplne, Pa "I am in hopes it will lift that Hon. John mon back-stretypo of humanity. He sion tho confounded thing appeared made out to me, that he was almost rowed off in rows three feet commercial forms, and represent tho n. TMt 'l.iKof burins down, " In the space of twelve hours my (WM backache, f atwars permncntly oirvdnMn itsPata, to tho nse. by dudo of yours about six feet, and then writes: U was intelligent-lookin- g and smartly there, though of coarse I killed it each sure to laugh at me, and he would do way. runninc the plow as close plot comparative manurial value of feed. was cone, haviiu taken three and samn tntTnn Min" fnrpampb'et. Letters or perhaps ho will go home." Philadel- rheumatism trees as possible. Then the whole priicoir.vaDurang's Rheumatic Remedy. My lnnni.s. .ilVK'niMITaajwerwi J.AAAAAVWWVXew Enqlatul Farmer. built, and, attired in decent clothes, time. I didn't know what it was called so more now that his wife was away. I doses www in drills, the Call. brother was cured by a similar amount. I wouldhave presented quite a genteelap-pearanctill Hamshire told me. It is a sort of turned it over in my mind and a pretty was planted iu potatoes, A correspondent of the American phia ' o inches apart After they cordially recommend it." By all droits, ordinary times he might beetle, long and narrow, with two little sort of distracted mind it was, as you hills eighteen well, At Denver 1ms a highwayman who gets or R. ii- - ueipuensime, uusoiuswu, or in about ten days, Faritier says the following is a recipe have passed as good looking, horns on iu head. I showed the last may guess and I came to what cer- had sprouted an excellent liniment: "Oil whole was covered with straw, from for making ounces; spirits turpentine, a good deal of fun out of his profession, the ut he decidedly was not so now, with one to Hamshire, and he laughed and tainly was a most foolish conclusion V. Xasby, editor content with "holding up" peaceapart The cedar, two D Rhis face distorted into an insolent, said it was a cood tnmg I was a man namelv. to 20 and find out the wizard twelve to eighteen inches near his house two ounces; sweot oil, two ounces; Not citizens and taking their monev, Toledo- Locke, Petroleum "1 had on a " Blade," wri es: able had been sot out .' scowling sneer occasioned, seemingly. of too much sense to believe in the su Hamshire had mentioned as being orchard seemed hartshorn, two ounces. To this add a ho makes them perform various antics forefingerof myrightlmnd to nearly twice lithe seatoalntralch bad or poisoned blood l mosl swollon by tne medical ollicer s stare ot sur-- perstitious nonsenso ignorant people somewhere near Walworth common, and barn buildings. The trees lump of gum camphor as large as a before letting them go. A pious man The finger becameA friend gnvo mo Hex-t.y'- s apt to hor tuelf Nature, at this Juncture, needl during tho summer, but size. place, Hamshire?" put so much faith in. 'They call that and take his advico on tho subject. I to do first-rat- e lmpnrlttei twenty minchurch on a Sunday eve- its natural Erise. "You in this potatoes wore man's thumb from first joint With atUt It To which, with a bullying thing tho devil's coachman,' said he. said nothing about the ghost, but, next late in the fall, when the the effect, as this 1 cured a valuable horse of blood on his way to of his contribution and utes Carbolic Salve, and in Tho inflam- something tocoHeeted In throwing off the alnggUh clrsolation ol the pain hod subideL ning he robbed whkh have du tho trees showed j themonths. Swlf tr's Specific and deliant manner, the man (the 'and they believe that it is sont bv Uld morning, making a pretence that I then made him dance a jig and sing a mation left the finger in a day." Mood JnrlnR the cold winter of them were ruined by spavin, it will cure swoeny tno quicK-owoman, who seemed nervous and afraid Nick to make known to the person to wanted to go to Thames Street to see fulfv four-fiftof anything I over used. It is good tune. Catching a notoriously wicked la nature's great helper, as It a purely vegetable alterburrowed under They had the "mice. of him, began to cry) made answer: whom it appears that he will bo making about somo buttor and bacon, 1 asked and had stayed all tho time, for henuacho and othor pains aud wretch he made him go down on his It is truly wonderful to see how the name ative and tonic "Here yes. You are precious sorry a journey his way shortly.' I never was Hamshire to mind the shop for an hour the straw "We ha of Mr?. Pinkbatn is a household word V.?v. L. B Paine. Maeon. Ga . wrlte: bark of aches." knees and repeat tho Lord's Prayer. of our Spedftoat h for me, no doubt; and more sorry t superstitious man, continued the or two, and he consented, and off I living on the potatoes and thefine crop anion" the wives aud mothers of our land. lie aoaliK Swilt'aoompMMA. andorphans' home aj 1 Denver Tribune great rrjiedy for blood as a Kneral healtL v homes tho young trees. Although a Alikeln the luxurious ,, tr .nil hari yMii rpmartihle results from lit Ue OB still for Mrs. Hamshire, who is always innocent chandler, "and of course I went. You must understand that I The Ynluc of Soiling Crops. damage cities and in the humblo cabins of the re ho cnadrea and employes of tlie Institution. It Is sort glad of something to set her off sniv- wasn't frightened, but I had lived in wasn't so much oft my head that I went of potatoes was raised, yet thethan tho tfcat fifty persons aro mote frontier one wr man's ueuus umc aaexceDest tnnte. and keei the Wood so pure,somethe Seven hundred and orchard was greater ol eling. You may go to blazes, the the house a good many AU industrial and niechanieal pro- - constantly employed by the two Houses borne their kindly fruit inhealth for others. system is (es liable to dlseuc. It has cured and such prepared to believe anything the fellow to tho on the potatoes. Scrofula. oor dilklreu of whole lot of you, for all I care, and a thing had never happened before, and might tell me. If he really was a wiz- profit is marked by an economy of labor, of Congress (while in secsion) in and free Oar Treatise 03 Blood and Skin Diseases mailed In two or three instances I have no- fress this ocouomy and greater pertake her with you." it wasn t a pleasant thing to happen ard, of course ho would know more gyA New Suit. Faded articlfs of all to applicants. about the Capitol. Washington Post. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., When we had examined the other now. I had the bedding all turned out than an ordinary man possibly could, ticed a crop of vinos such as watermelof labor, as it is made possible kinds restored to thoir original beauty by fection Drawers, Atlanta, Ga. ons, pumpkins, otc, raised in a young and practicable by tho ingenuity and Diamond Dyes. Perfect and simple. 10a rooms of the house and emerged in the and the bedsteaU examined Ham- - and going along I laid my plans for New TorkOSBce. 138 Wet all druggists. "IVells, Richardson & Co., and without inventive genius of thoughtful and somnambuat A Butler County (Ivy.) street, I remarked to my companion: shire's wife used to attend to that sort testing him. I found whore he lived orchard to a good profit, "You appeared surprised at findiug of thing, just as sho had always done without much trouble, and without damaging it Oats or sweet corn aro entcrpriMiig men. are tho springs from list, left his bed, buckled a saddle on an Burlliigtou, Vt. old log near the house, mounted it and that man, who was without his coat, and I saw no more 'coachmen,' But giving my name obtained an interview good crops, as neither occupy the land which this progress flows. For, Piso's REJirDT for Catarrh is a certain living here with his wife. Who and something a great deal worse was in with him. He took mo all aback by hU for auv considerable lencth of time, and and ability enable a practical rode for two hours, and then returned cure for that very obnoxious uisease. Nreralda, EciaUca. S" in nUsm, pi-. nti., 1, tha to bed without waking. St. Louis Pott. what is he?" "He is about as thorough-face- d store for mo. Two or three nights reply to my first few questions. "'Did yet long enough to keep down the nixu to do so, he is constantly improvSide, Backache, Swollen Joints, a rascal as you would find in a after, when I had been in bed a little ho undertake,' I asked, 'to hold com- greater part 01 tho weeds. with paralysis for 9 years. methods, adding a now dovice, 'I bcffehkd ing his Heart Disease. Soro JInscles, locs "r Tho mind cure is considered super- Samaritan Nervine curod me." Jos. Yates rain in tbo Cfcf t, and aU pai" & ha titheTcured by day's marching," was the reply. "I while and the clock on the mantel shelf munication with spirits of tho other The usual practice is to plant to somo a better plan, a quicker and moro t, dare instantly relieved and speedilyas it Is, of certainly was surprised to see him. I had just done striking twelve, I heard world?' To which he answered coolly crop for two or three years, and then effoctive process, here and there, until, ior to the hot water cure in Boston, the Paterson, K. J. Compounded, II p Tltuter. Hops, Ooms; Balsams and tho fresh thought he had left the neighborhood a sound that caused my head to bounce that he undertook to try; but when, as sow to grass. This plan is a very good by dividing tho labor and securing latter not being intellectual enough. tbo Indeed llaln's Honey of Horehound and Tar it is strength- the best pUnJdmn- - .timuiiUnr. months since. I should have supposed up off the pillow as though it was an in my case, tho spirit was that of an one if in following it out we do not neg- greater perfection of it, the products Patients are instructed to think, and nin? Torons rtoter erer node. Romemberi sovthias and Thoroughly cures a cough. by he would have been glad to do so, con- India-rubbball It was Uhe most aged person, and a female, itwas some- lect the orchard. If wo want to ssciire are incrased many fold with either no real hard, too, that their pains are gone, Pike's toothache drops euro in one minute. Bop riaiters are sold00 tU dmsst-t- and country stores, S3 cents or fire for $1 sidering how narrow an escape he had horrid dismal groan, ulr; that' ever was times difficult 'Our friend here,' re- two rrops in this way from the sauio greater cost or a nuicli smallor expenso aud thev are. Boston Pott. O 4?J E3 jailed en receipt of I f"' of beiDgsent to prison to penal servi- henrd by human ears, and it seemed to marked the simplo old fellow, breaking lantl in one year, wo must care for it in in proportion to the advantages gained, a price. Hop FtattcrCo. TnROAT Diseases commence with fl Emperor Dom Pedro of Brazil has Cough, Colli, or Soro Throat. " Brotcn's tude, probably. His wife the woman come from inside the pillow. I am not off in his narrative and directing my at- such a manner that tho land will bo and thus by gradual stop, and somea o years, or longer than Bronchial "lYoehes" give immediate relief. you just now saw was implicated in a drinking man: I never was. All I tention to my companion, who was able to do this, and the only way to ac- times by a'happy discovery which leads reigned 25 cents. the affair I am alluding to. But I be- had in that way all the evening was looking much amused, "can hardly complish the result we seok is to ma- to a surprising aud sudden advance, any living sovereign. He was six years Sold onlv in boxes. Price lieve she was more to be pitied than one glass of warm rum and spruce after keep from laughing; but he should boar nure. 'tipne, bad breath, soor stomach and lirei ,have all the industries progressed so old when ho ascended the throne. Dr. Isaac with Sore lr afflicted Eye Water. Eves ue sell It. o. dtseaje rnred PT llawley's Stomach and Ltrer Pills, gets . blamed for the share she took in it. A I shut up the shop, so there could be no in mind that at the time I had not the be apDruggists A good top dressing should rapidly as they have done in the last ThomiKou's A little fellow of five, with his first stupid creature. She should have known mistake as to my being sober. Tho least reason to suspeet that there was a plied if possible every fall; a light dress- twenty-liv- e or thirty years. Let us conSTHETlrV5E. better than marry the fellow, and she bound was like that of a person with a conspiracy between the three, and that, ing of mauure spread evenly sider just one fact which is of surpassing boots on, being told that the baby "Balmt sleep," is denied to nervou? sufold enough to be his mother. It was a dreadful pain in his inside, and who therefore, when the wizard made men- allovor the surface that, too, without interest to farmers. This is the invenwanted to kiss him, replied: "Yes, he ferers, unless they use Samaritan Xerrine. queer story altogether." Naturally, I was giving vent to his feelings with his tion of an 'aged person and a female,' anv lumps to damage the grass, will tion of the IU'emer process of making takes me for his papa i" To prevent and cure all "Skla was curious to know in what its quecr-nes- s lips tight shut to keep him from scream- and further when, by way of 'going prove better and give more profitable steel, by whL-- the cost of stool rails to secure a wnitc ti. ....... "and Complexion, use efor rapid beating ofthe heart, PAi.riTTios consisted, and inquired to that ing. 1 thought that perhaps I might straight to business,' as he said, he moults than a heaw drcssiuir given has been reduced to about the common soft and beautiful IT WILL PAY YOU J followed by p 'nods of complete cessation, fect. "Well, the truth is," was the to write the name in full of the every three or four years in such a way price of iron rails a few years ago, and i cause i chiofly by nervousness have been in a half dose and fancied it, and bad "if I knew all the details of the and I got up and moved the pillow and deceased if I would set down the first as to damage the grass. their useful life has been prolonged blod. If the disease is negleoted it is liastory I should only spoil it by attempt- bolster; ami while I was doing so, as letter, and he did so, right ofl I say it j Tho trees should have the soil for a about ton times, thus decreasing the ble o result seriously, especially at 'a time Or Your r'rloiuls, to Head tho Followlnc of mi ild 0:1 excitement. Purify the blood, ing its recital. There is only one indi- plain as you now hear me speaking, I wasn t very surprising 11 I began to considerable distince around the trunk actual cost of the rails, in effect, to Account of a Cnro or Stone In tho Kid- aromatic Alusn Sulphur Soap. norvous neys hythe Use or Dr. Oaild Kennedy's One cake vriU be sent on receipt vidual who can tell it properly, and heard the horrible noise aain, not in think that he was what he pro- stirred up aud good fertilizers applied; S !iv Drnieists of tho cost of iron rails, and the strengthen tho mmcular and by using sysDr. SJ5 Favorite Kemedy (of Kowlout, '. Y.) A fWtt, cent t any addrrss. 208 Xorth 'that is the victim himself, or rather, 1 the pillow this time, but in the wall, tended to bo. I told him about the has been to double tho tem, governing the heart, Sarsapanlla, wood ashes unleached result to farmers Ouysott's Yellow Doc't and DlltlllOl'l'r.lJ. Illseaso no berious and Common Should t?,.,. b..M.. Thi oji, .fih'a. snw""""! !&. should say, he whom our friend in the just at tho spot where my head lay. hauntings, about the 'coachman,' and for this purpose worst objection value of their com. wheat, beef and ami you will soon be rid of every trace of ' not bo Trifled with. very valuable. Tho r. ralcal Laundry Soap for dirty designed as his vic- Hamshire and his wife slept in tho the awful noises in tho wall, but about aroseeding down an orchard is the tend- other products which como from the tho B r " and most r to words aro host. Mr. Edward S. Undi rjrirraenrs lCas r VTandy.nv.t jrlothn; when it Plain tim. There is not muchof romance in room overhead, and wishing to bo con- nothing else, when ho shook his head ency to lot it take caro of itself, after, West. Old farmers renn'mbor Some of the agricultural papers are Hicks, of Pleasant Valloy, Dutchess Co., ,h - and corn to the matter." he continued, laughing. vinced that I was not mistaken tho and said he was afraid more had to folAnd a retailers. a good stand of grass is obtained. I cost ono bushel ofnow the get another printed on II00 presses. dual of numbor K. Y., has suffered long from Stones in the "tSlid by an wP; lesale croars and as regards the characters who played awful noise was repeated every two or low. 'The next manifestation,' said he, ruling rates of them rake in a great to money, know of an old orchard that had been of market. areBut Ho sought relief of course. "Vbc Kidneys. the leading parts in it. You have seen three minutes I slipped on part of mv 'is the appearance to you of the old lady neglected until it was worse than unlower than ever, and ten too. X. Y. Graphic froight would not? What aro time and money to Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. Mr. Hamshire and his wife. Their con- things and went up and knocked a"t herself. By your statement I am surwas an expense. Tho bushels of grain ran bo carried to the Developments In I'anrer Treatment. profitable, it health? Mr. Hicks consulted tho U?st phyfederate was a vagabond who, for many their door. They were abed and asleep, prised that you did not soo her last owner first plowed up the whole plat as eastern markets for the price of one. Mr. "V. II. Gilbert, Albany, Ga., says: sicians of his village and, also, of Poughyears, had been practicing as a sly seemed, and when I told through the night Sho was due. Probably she well as he could, and then gave a heavy In many othor ways farmers aro now " A gentleman named Moore, near this koepsie and nono batter can bb found anyit e-teller, but he has judiciously kept e enjoying the benefits of those improved city, had an eating caucor on his face, where but, unhappily, without a good reAs I have told what I had heard, Hamshire will visit you of manure early in the win-tonose and his sult. A friend in Itondout advised Mr. had eaten out ot tuc way since tne exposure, lhe answered in a pet that I had been vou, she had already visited me, aud 1 application not all industrial methods. But, to iho a which lip, and had away hi- up tliio sure id evcnlv. until had hero of tho tale is a foolish old fellow dreaming, and advised me to have a was more impressed than before with around the trunks of the trees but all common expression, they must "follow inider roacho.1 his extended cancerit was Hicks to go to Itondout and seo Dr. David Tho m ail.. others. It Is as cle.tr nearly trouble. This who keeps a general store in one of the glass of grog and go to bed again. his supernatural talent I asked how over 'the ground. Tw.ee during the suit" or they will be beaten after all. eating his gums and eye. rendered his teeth Kerftiedy about hisDr. Kennedy sawMr. asIt Is entirely different f reinuicaira is a. ..... 1.M ...: pt.i'vi a:er, anua its name had nt Hicks finally did. inunedianly tree the head ble llalrltcston r. It wlil a few minutes walk from However, he got up after a little per- many such 'appearances' there were winter tho plat was well harrowed, so It is indispensable that they must at the so looso that he thought they might at any onco what the suffering man's difficulty from all dandruff, restore pray hair 10 lis natural """ inAd this. If 3011 have a desire to hear the suasion, and so did his wife, and they likely to be, and he replied that it was as to incorporate the manure into tho same time cheapon their own product time drop out. He has been taking Swift's was, and that FAVORITE REMEDY was i" ., yVTtXT. ..Mni.tSttlifnihit. has zalkn on. sul- .ZnX.tFi Kralrh. which It preTho Pfecific about three story I will introduce you to the chand- - came down to my room. I had heard uncertain it all depended on how soon soil; early in the spring, as soon as tho by the same methods, because this has been wonderful. months, and its poi- the medicine he needed. went Doctorwith- phur.susarot lead ami nitrate of silver preparattoni It has driven the homo a few scribed it, and Mr. Hicks laiedow Jery storekeeper by and by, and he 11 outside the door that she did not wish what the old lady required was ascer- soil could be worked well, tho wholo cheapening process referred to is genson from bis system, tho cancer has ho.iled out much confiilenro in tho power of FArelate it readily enough. But you will to come, and I heard him mutter: tained and her wishes complied with. was plowed again, harrowed as lino as eral anl affects every industry. Farms greatly, his toeth have become strougngain, VORITE REMEDY to do him more good understand it better if vou are first What good will it be, you fool, if you "Thesoonor the better," said he. as no possible, then rolled and seeded to must be made moreproductivc so that and he thinks "ho has bosn recued from an than other medicines had dono before. But made acquainted with the circumstan don't come?' 'I shall faint with fright doubt she would continue to trouble me clover. Since then tho ovner has real- grain and provisions, milk, buttor, nwful death. He is tho most enthusiastic hope clings to straws, and ho thought thoro ANC man I over saw." might be ono chance out of many in his ces that led up to it. if I hear anything dreadful,' said slie. in some shape other and some of tho ized four line crops of apples, and has a clieese, fruit, etc., can bo offered at tho Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases favor. Ho followed tho directions, and was "The chandlery business I have men IS 1 L L 1 All the better,' said Hamshire. I shapes were such as I shouldn't care to Tue Hwift Specific Co., clover pasture besides in which reduced prices which are unavoidable, mailed free. both surprised and delighted to flud himDrawer 3, Atlanta. Go. self presently improving. tioned was not alwavs in the possession have been told since that overhearing see twice as long as sho remained dis- he keeps his sheep or hogs. Mr. We will send free by mall a sample set of our larst and yet the farmors make more profit German. French and American Ohrotno Cards, or of its present proprietor. It belonged this should have opened my.eyes, but Hicks is a well man. Could he give me any idea of t.niedandiruldurounds, uliha pr.ee list of over a is than before. it satisfied. It is a remarkable fact that however well Dr. Kennedy continues I know of another orchard and it his d' st;n,on of a stamp for postage to an old person whose name I forget, did not. I think I wanted her to como what she was dissatisfied with, ajid what lust now we call attention to one of young ladies may bo versed in grunmar, profession, and performs allto practice and different aiso si nd free by mall as samples, ten of 0111 tho owner acknowlWc will tho minor we'll call her Mrs. Injrledew. The down and rather liked his insisting on I had to do with it? Not without com- a good one thathim better than any the greatest improvements in agriculbut vory lew are able to decline matrimony. Chromoson ivceipt oi ten cents to pay fo. surgery. "Writo and beaur.faland postage; also enclose a confidential price capital operations in parkins use woman who is now Hampshire's wife is it. Nothing had been said over the muning with her. Would he do so? edges has paid list ol oor large olichromos. Agents wanted. Addrcf state your case. He manages it in tural practice, viz., the growth and riKure Won't tie. her niece, and lived with her, assisting coaenman business in reference to the For a fee of 20 he would; but he was plat on the farm. orchard became es- of soiling crops as a substitutn for pasr . GLEASOX & OO.. H summer Street. Boston. Mass. showing enormous yearThe kidneys act as in me mismess tor many years. It old lady, but, somehow, I conldn'tholp afraid she would prove a troublesome this way: after the the land in strips, turing. This consists of growing a lyThe figuresKidney-Wor- t the demonstrate its sales of Mmo. L. LANCE'S tablished he plowed purifiers of the blood, was a valuable concern, in a small connecting her with the awful rye, clover, corn, value as a medicine beyond dispute. It is noise in sub'ect, and it would probably take a but only plowed between the trees, succession of crops, asmixed, and when their f unc PROTECTOR good-wi- ll way, tho and roots, a purely vegetable compound of certain and lease being the wall, and I had some idea that her week. "Well, gentlemen," continued ,'tlons are Interfered nearer than four feet on millet, oats and peas AND ave known LAD SUPPORTER worth 600 to 700 probably, and it niecehyho knew her way so well, mifht the agitated chandler, "I am ashamed never runningtrees; that is, he left a with several others which have local roots, loaves and berries troubles. to Com'with through weak special valuo in Kidney either side of ness, they need tonof was generally understood in the neigh- be able; perhaps, to throw some for light to savthat I thoroughly believed in tho strip about eight feet wide one way of advantages, and the purpose stockcutting bined with these are remedies acting Trice, HHk, 82.001 ing. They become of all borhood, as a matter oi course, that on it. But she was no more feeding to thorn green 1.1 n eii, Sl.fiO. Remittnncf on tho Liver and Bowels; It n able todo follow, and agreed to give him 5 down the orchard that was left unplowed. healthfully nctle by . w th, Kidney-"Wor- t Sat by Mull sheep and swine. the niece would come in for and con- that than he was. As all three stood nml thn rest if he fulfilled his promise. kinds: horses, cattle, of this combined action that the use of Ilottetter's Send for Decr!pU vc Circular. Potatoes were planted and covered with by which tho area of ground required unequaled rm tinue the business when old Mrs. Ingle-de- close to the wall, the stifled orv. or I said nothing to Hamshire, though all has proved sucn an Stomach Bitters, was piled in 704 Broadway, N.Y.Cily. when tailing short of Cy in all disease of these srgaus. died. It seems to have been so whatever it was. was hnnrd xfrxin rmito thrmirrh the next week I was troubled straw; in the fall the straw to feed the stock may lie reduced relief from other AGENTS 1VAXTI. long rows oppositj to the ground plowed sources. This superb is equivmore: or, which understood, at all events, by one indi- plainly, and Hamshire'sWito-wa- s tonic asTsomo nijrhtsl heard the moanings in tho and planted tho year before, and the alent or oven same area can be made stlranlatlccand arTnEnE was a large boiler of scaWIng vidual who lived thereabout to it, the also prevents by good as her word wall, but tho ghost did not appear faintin; This soil rests fever and ague, U.S.STAKDAED. Mr. Hamshire. I can't tell you any- and went off dead, about theout: 'O, again, and at the end of seven dajs I potatoes dug the next spring. the same to support five times as much stock, or water over a fire in tho yard and seVnral constfpallon, liver in crying black imps playing near it. Suddenly a was plowed cross ways, and complaint, drspep But while this shrill voice was heard from inside tho thing about his antecedents, but he aunt, aunt!' as she was doing so. Of wont to tho wizard aorain. It was late WAGON SCALES, cveu more, as before. sla. rheumatism and manner as oeiore, aim ptaiuua to Brass Jroa Lert. Stetl seems to be a fellow who lived bv his course I didn't faint, JUi1Laf us.' other funked, I in the evening and ho said he was ready potatoes. This old straw was used to practice is most advantageous where shanty: "You, Georgo Washington, keep but I Tr Bum a4 Beam Boa, It with regularity OF wits w'lthout resorting to downright confess'it. But Hamshire land is high in value and labor is cheap, away from dat ar biler. D'rectly you is me if I was ready for him, which, of cover sale by all Drue For kept as cool for aain. lhe nct fall tne straw gists and Dealcri useful in a parBrtGHAMTE and as meant ,",., nn- - ,i, sama as before find it is nevertheless foundland is cheap, as gwine ter upset de biler and scald yerself i: ' criminality. Ho was always, had I am as a cucumber. I wouldn't caro about course,him tho if L had urougntmcho ,io.- . to def, an' when you is. you'll be de fust JONES to imjs lsf rlM feef" told, smartly dressed, and admoney, and then tial way, even where some being hor aunt wherever she is,' he re- I paid Prlca Lil nuatlin t' ptrao. this the ground one to say: "Twasn't me, mammy!'" otatoe5 ,(w; after.. ,, . . , pretension of being Many persoas InPitts adirtiJS1ESf F rlfiHAMTIl, ,! .. a help to the always failing pasture Texas Siftings. i, and marked, voice, vised me. since. wnai nc iinu 10 suuh is Ion are uslrp Ely' a large share of impudence, and on thn 'Pon myif that saidher presentenough mn mio-h- t crivo mo a shock, to brace my IVilS MUll Jliuntu, ... were..w. iwmun ui during the hot, dry months of Julvand Cream Ba'm for ca- word,' is micd plow strength of that capital he formed the to make one believe he, it the rub- nerves with a glass of brandy. I did as the straw,the furrows covered up with August. It is then that cows fall off "Is it wrong to cheat a lawyer?" asked arhwllh most satis the and then factory results. Alady is a farmer of a Judge. "You just try it and ot making love to Martha tho bish wo hear about; some of spirits, he suggested and he seated me in a ' the nesign s reco erlnK he srnso CHICAGO SCALE CO. immiint the twelve years in their yield, from whichoflos there next round. During t timed bleb she had 9TOS nAMW SOLE, 810. stov, so. the season; see," repliedIt the Judge. "If not wrong iuu.u nuu ;ia lurneu iony, witn a who repent some great wrong they did chairand told me not to move, and then no recovery for the rest Pittsburgh cot enjoyt d for nfti en unfortunate." vou'll find .;n,.. ... the orchard has been treated in this : r ITnu SOO, Urn 111 Itox lucluiled. i years. Mr. Barber has making it pitch j way, but two applications of other ma- it is then that grazing cattle and horses Posf. 9iniH. PARMrns .icale.es. "o "i ujinijinr nur ami stepping in this life and haunt he put out the lamp, , used It In his family d The -- Llltlo Detective ! oz. to as lb. 18. into tho comfortable little property that they used to reside.' the place where dark, and in a few minutes there began suffer greatly from mes and the dr-commend ItTcrrhlgli-lMO 0TIIKR SIZES. KtrfaMrUItaUSTUlSS. nure rottod manure from the stable Then he sugA young lady who is learning muslo A Tunkhanrocte old Mrs. Ingledew must preseutlyleave gested that the and the seeds of future says jSO fl FORGES, TOOLS, &c. lawyer testifies that In have come to appear in letters of flame reflected have been applied. I he rotting straw hot weather; sound mio-hshe has heard thnt fish is a good dish 'behind her. And she, like the as cured of partial disease are sown in the swine, to proBF3T FOnfiR JIIPK FOS LIGHT IT0UK. tiO from the room at the ot&er side of the in a mirror against iuu wun vjjunnu has been of considerable benefit. for people who write stories, etc, and dcafocs Ptt titon, 810. 40 lb. An vl I mid Kit ofToolH.lata. simpleton she is, listened to wall, and when he duce a costly harvest of death and loss wnnts to be a proper ra.,Guzette. wife mo the 'spirit's message.' The letters rinxrt ui. tla Slid moan Kolac M The fertility of tho soil has been kept when the later feeding on grain begins. dish for aknow what would music We and encouraged him, though she up stairs we went had carried his person studying quivering for Blowers. Anvil. Vice A Other Article Cream Tlalra appeared . one at a time, STLOWlSTrKKIS, WJI0U31LB m should say a note meal diet would be exnvwl tltntt licinnii Tl t tf ' up, a lair crop 01 poiaioes raised, and canes no pain. Gives dared not do so openly, for The old But there could be there and listened. Al Y. Times. no mistake about it. rcilefatonce. Cleanses of course,hinks it an cellent. Somerville Journal. owner, lady, her aunt, though past eighty, still The unearthlv nnicn w,c still to be' the bead. Causes One Jus tissued. Bentfrea is secretions A prominent preacherof Hartford, had a vixeuish temper, and if there was heard, and it was in thn wall. rmnmhnr the letters and i collent plan. me southing we certain, we nwr ... ... "Don't eat so much on ono side of your WEmKF 0 USA. Abates Inflammation. RUSSELL & GO.'S I U It was 11 c incn evpect an Conn., is afflicted with tho hallucinaM Bream hi A thoronzb treatment one thing more than another she heard on and oft for mvsolf what thev snelled. must mouth all the time," was the warning a will cure. Nut a t gflntly JSorao Appuea wnn ino jiu d ,ktaeniae. ... v boy gave his sister. "If vou Bnsyr Bend for clrrular. or 0Minn. at druggists; by strongly objected to it was Martha and sometimes loudersometimes clock That wasn't very difficult. V?hat they orchard to prove prolitable. The idea tion that he is followed by a specter in little n cents until tho 31111a and Eacloss bb rccutcreu, 6 c n's that an orchard alter it once gets started black. According to his story it is do you will grow fat all pettingmarrieiL But that didn'tprevent struck one and then itstopped. I didn't spelled was: "Give back to my rue. ELY BROTHERS, DrnKeisls. Owego, X T. for Farm and rioBtntlon CO.. KulllOn. O. Sentinel. will take care of itself is a decidedlv always with him. Several years ago of, it. The aunt's constitution seemed to be go to bed again that robbed u.iu., RUSSELL 5i but Ham- niece what I have the end,'herThat or Ij mistakeu one. and if we expect to raise he moved to San Francisco with tho was at last breaking up, and Mister Ham- shire did, but nest mornino- - he camo will haunt you to The Detroit Free Press prints an article "THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." some other paying crop in the orchard eluding the "ghost," but it was entitled tho "The shire, thinking he had so good a thine down and told me Mother." very sorry, all, but it was enough for me. J hardly extra care in this respect must be given. hope of ho was The object in black followed It means ono with a switch, but not on tho Xbave a posiiiTo remedy inhand that he hail best secure it with" but his wife was that nervous on ac- know how I got home, or what I did of no use. for tne above duease.bylts HrPen I II II CO U E.f.0 (Wrlallarj use thousands of cases ot the worst kind and of lone Taking all things into consideration him during the day and stood by his back of her head. Baltimore Day. out delay, pressed his suit with tho count of her aunt's rct,iMt..ttOTtinn.t WrHforKrKmu.raarb:i Mantling hare beencurrd. In.lel, mstrorcrismrfaitb haunting the when I cot there. 1 had onlv one thing spirit an during the night. Finally he niece, and they were quietly married. i its ettcary.tlut "A cihel's amang ye takin' a iiuuduai, ue was, afraid tnoywouw in mv thourrhts. r and that was to obey I prefer to cultivate orchard at least bedside to Hartford with the same burglar quietly observed, as notes," tho any sufferer. Give 1 vih rend TWO BOTTLKS FREE, to and Prices to The Acltmaa Taylor Co.. Haasfield. Gfeio. on this disease, Not so quietly, however,, but that the nam iv icave. returned he hastily procured In all O artrlrw. it i DR.T. A.SLOCUJI,lSircartSt.,'ewTork, Anterirari old lady, who was bedridden by this before of his havinohope, but the specter still clung to him helped himself to tho contents of the safe en t A ccucy, a nnri has done so ever since. The curi- - In the bank vault. ... The Judge. time, somehow heard of it, and was so the noises which 1 Olilti rinb fctret, ClucIuuaU PJSCfsXEftEDY F0f "CATARRH rf deeply offended that she made a new had. not this w?b candidlvtnconf ous phase of the whole thing is that cliiivi'o . pnmfl home From her using it then for hogand sheep pasture. The "- Conference of nn.,h UlSttliU oiuiy u wifo hnd Bcstpubh.bcd. towpriar, AGENTS the fertility can in a great recently his wife, mother and brother Silesia National Teachers' "geoignete und will m place of the old one, in which them; and I begced down and gave In this way has issued a list of "him not to leave cousin's I had them We Easy louse. A certain curt Uot expensive. Three BIBLES ftJfflSJ&MfA WANTED. the niece appeared as the legatee, and ready monev old measure be kept up without extra appli- - have seen the phantom, but only when nicht geelgnete Jugendschriften." uuuse. or. ut. .. . tn wait a uu iaj them all tho -- ni...i , are unable to state whether it is issned in r J treatment In one package. Good tor Cold may he was present. Hartford Post. seemingly with no other object than to 11K10 and see if oil cTrWe sounds Mrs. Ingledew had left me, and r.'gave t cation 01 I 7h """? yj? Ac. rno LriUltO net --The or rfesi article. Bead book form or in tho shape of a mixed Fifty"ead. Headache. Dizziness. Hay Fever, suumsuw wop ror Ulnstratcd cfocnl&r. cents. HyaltDrucKista.orbymau. increase the bitterness of her relative's were repeated m not una tnu u run mice UuLi stamp the lease as well, asking nothing Zore repeated j drink, but we are inclined to think that it .Mxtj'-ninof TW K.T HA2ELTI2fli Warren. Pa. Rowland Jones, aged Dr. 21. O.FAJCK. 15 Emcx Street. Bottom jaas. yet it will fura.sh a very largc '.return but a receipt for the property, hay, disappointment she bequeathed, with . thatjiiijnt and is. Y., committed suicide in,T..uVrriu!it.o.i.anvwhere.Trhole Email exception, tho whole of her prop"ST.BERKARD YESETABLE PUIS.' JSv tboLrxc, that I might show it to tho wizard In amount of the very best of hog feed. Rochester, N. Retail PrtaHUt from the We place HAIR s.iU& B.CJSTIUUU, 137 frr. Goods anaraa-teeTabash ar,Ohlcae. erty, including the shop business, to a mo;auvharwhhwoSjn'andhav- - proof that I had done what the spirit and then, .too at ajerj ' low co. and the other day by jumping the Genesee word think it is about time toas an the Tlt Heat Cure for JLlver and obbutter on the retired list K B U 1tStl,n rrtmtiHtntt I'n.flTrnrM. we will be able Central avenue bridge into this bachelor lodger, who 9V-4omired. But I wasn't to get off so by using m 2.1c, re IXrndache and ls Price, nerves unstninS the want A. N. KE. body went down the river solete term. Indianapolis Scissors. "t Drot'plyts or by insiL Nnmnlea free. occupied a room in the house a slow reft, tie easy. My nerves had been .so upset to make the orchard yield as great River. The falls mado famous by Sam on me. o- -v and over the AnrrrrMKiw and harmless individual who lived on consulted with wnnr writixg Ika BUeiUaciMn4 Is AVe havo just been studying whethr It (lorinir . Mug u.w I to ia ti. ihflfc I had .bra n ever and came so nlraar.arjuB u Patch's last !oaj. Financial troubled is better to have something constantly on ( Taring JflNI.VrXS C0I.1.EUK, Kewari. K. J. a small pension paid him since his re- ft clergyman in Haare wife, as any oiner pan yi this iapir-to 7 it meant, near to Afmg that Hamsbire's siuoiisforsraduateiwriteforclrcalar. tho mind or have the mind constantly P,ero the causo of the rash act. XktpkerJ in Prairie Farmer. tirement from, some Government office. But. ho said if I did so by tbe the whsle neiffli-- 1 when closely ojiesuoaed something. Kentucky SUU Journal. The fficlanan Courier. The exception mentioned was - Vfr con-fess- eil l. VIGOR, HEALTH off-han- . S j .. tv,v AND LIFE -- - UH. SCOTT'S ls ul Coca, Beet and iron 11 r-t- ou 137-U- SE easy-goin- f "" ed -- GOV-KUplK- to-da- y ht ij'.f"7:-r- fct-o- wbarnntf-ir&nspirc- cun-nin- o- - g m IEU k pir x, 1 .. A ..-,- ... if V w- -- -- . 1 rttadTlradaEt-cdtoOieliiaase- . et , 1 e. SPRING 1 " a'run-round- st hs m Twenty-ThlrdS- t. asc-perien- co PAiias ' deep-sea- - er a 1 lifty-tlirc- )grc: 11 nw HHU nr?n -- wcll-rotti- 'd h ot-fer- ed re-repl- y, 81 1 one-tont- h ,.,. first-cla- shirt-sleev- es alt'-ctio- c sW'-- - fortun- key-hol- to-nig- r- - w-i- s by-stre- -- . Itwulehans-lietitorfadcdhal- rln tip-to- p OHROMOS. To-da- y 1 pwm ItTfiR ordi-r- w ono-lift- h, f'nr7 I I anm-nt- s. TMrP 5 TON -- . I good-lookin- g, , 1 j CatarrH 1 j ' a-- y t weak-mind- ed ( SuSSg y'wSiitJie 1 e, BET-tlL- . nt 1 A41 1 1CIV . ! j . 1 up-tow- one-sided- ." Jfif-icauk- ANNUAL. ni"-ht- , j . 0NSOMPT.QN, Cxpre-aaii.lP. 3c , -- T - PATENTS! 1 ,,, "j .nic , : nn 'j ! e. past-middle-ag- bll u-h- lt lifiR d. I apt-pai- r . ar ( t P". . t fV .- - rsm E? rrra .,- - i LOCAL NEWS. '.-.wm . - our journalis- r ATT 11U MI1CI!. e reier to tne sui From tlw "Piiloss tho Leirislature does In this, cide of Mrs C. L. Kistner. which the beginning of the third season of reilicdyiu the successful business w.vaiw.,. .v ...-occurred last Friday, the 11th in$t. Kntnotltiixr tnwnril pemtcmtr:..,. , career m your midst, we greet you with our store our actually overflowing with ; On March 26, 1SS1, Mr. C. L. state of aflairs at the out Mi- new and fresh Goods and novelties of all descriptious. Our Stock is Kistner, of this city, was married Gov. Knott will pardon freely as cuu wiucA larger than heretofore, having added new lines. to Miss Lona Stock, at Berber Mo , ldreds of convicts as s, " e can show you all the new and latest shades in Dress Goods, aud returned directly afterward, Gov. Blackburn." Dr. II. K. T was Buttons &c, to match. The speaker with his bride, to his home, and p In Ilaiuberg and Swiss Embroideries, Si Ik, Torchon, and Cotton Laces 8 the newly appointed Superinstopped with his brother, Mr. Asyi"i" "r hue is simply magnificent. John Kistner. Just sixteen days tendent of the Anchorage in ft conWe have something that will interest von in our Carpet.", Oil Cloths, from the date of the marriage our and tho lomark was made yesterversation with a reporter nigs, mdow Shades and Lace Curtain Department. town is elect rifled by the announcement that Mrs. Kistner has taken day. is impossible to describe a stock so Iarjre and varied. It needs but to "Yes he continued, "the con- ue it "Paris green" and in dead. An ,. seen to ho nnMrnmot.,,1 ... .. rcauj is jiuii ,..,., twiiiiis lukussmai r ii iiiuiti l .. jvtu- ....J.JMVVUUI.U, v.. uiu ..i dition of ena shocking. aflairs there to 00 . ttu'ky welcome and courteous treatment. 'Below we giveoiyou "" esiigauon oi tue matter ex1 was talking a?ofour bles us to make the following Knott about the matter Saturday prices on diiferent articles, and you may rest assured they are bottom: planation of tho causes and influ20 Suits of Men's Clothing, Guamtccd Bed Tickinir. at 10c nor vnrd wnrtli Inc. ences which led the young bride and he expressed the gravest mo Cotton Plaids, at 7c per yard worth 10c. He informed to this dreadful act: Wool Worsted Dress Goods, Gc per yard worth 10c. tlint while the penitentiary Has In her youth, purity, and pris- room for 030 facilconvicts and Ginghams, Gc per yard worth 10c. tine virtue, Mrs. Kistner marrisd, ities for employing only &0, there Towels, all Linen, 10c (big drive) worth 20c. without considering or for a mobe Lace Curtain, (big drive) 20c per yard worth 35c. ment anticipating tho wifely rela- are about l,lb who must of Octothere after the 1st Positively cannot be bought in any town for a cent less than $10. tion which ehe must bear to her ber. A few days ago ho received Carpeting, 20c per yard worth 25c. Lamora Cloth, all shades 10c per vard worth 15c. 18 Suits to close at 10 that will fill your bill; you can't touch them husband, aud so repugnant to her a letter from a contractor who has BROWNS celelwed cutnm made SHOES X Rcmnrknble Kacnpr, were the duties and ties of mar- KiO in his charge, say ing that he Table Linen, 25c per yard worth 35c. elsewhere for less than 15. forrosn, lojs, ladiea uiie, and children. Mm Marv A. UailiT. nf T....Vl.nnnck White Cotintcrpancs,"75c well worth $1.00. The Largest, the Cheapest, and the greatest variety of Clothing-eveThe Imn in the United State, ftnd at prices Pa., was afflicted for six yean with Arthma riage she rebelled against them. would return .them by the 1st of before offered in Hickman. tht will compete with any make of Goods in ind iironcnius, uurius which lime me In momentary disappointment Mr. June. His contract was to keep Handkerchiefs, hem stitched border, 5c worth 10c. the country. bext physicians could eive no relief Ladies Collars, 5c worth 10c. Her Kistner told her that if she did them till October, but he will ot Little Boy's Suits, Youth's Suits, Men's Suits, from $4 to $25. n. BUCHANAN. life was despaired of, until In Isft Octol'cr not want to live with him he would need them after May, and will pay Childrens, ladies, and mens Shoes at 50c, 75c, and $1.00. u ECA.TS. A rumor is in circulation that ihe proeure--when Bottle i.f Dr King's New send her home, if she so desired. for their keep until tho agreement Dont fail to see our mens Fancy business suit for $5. Its a STUNNER. Discovery, felt the fish law prohibiting: seining and by continuingimmediate relief was time This she declared she would not expires. Tho other contractors On all brands of Calicoes and Domestics, our prices for this snrinp- arp iis ue for a short Genuine Fur Hats, from 1 to $3. has been repealed. The report ib he was conipkteiy cured, gaining in fleMi sanction, but said she would go have al80 notified the authorlftes just a little lotcer than these goods have ever been sold for heretofore. Come and see ! Come and see ! ! Come and price ! Come and price! ! somewhere else, lie told her tnat that they will return all in their 50 llw in a few month. not true. We would earnestly request you to call around and pec us. 'Twill cost aud?you will be convinced that Plaut'b is the place to trade. These arc offerTijnl ti'es if thiscert-i- n cure of in lovo and kindness ho had eiianro bv the 1st of October, If you want to bur some nice, sood. allFr'c to look, and we will take pleasure in showing von our Goods burd'imtjxa. No blowing, but we have the goods to show you at prices Throat und I.umr Uit'ascSi'ortuiie'n ed to send her home, but that, if With nearly 1,200 com cheap Clothine. we can fit you In any htvlc Drug Store. Large Bottles SljW. lets crrrtfep"" uJhing she did not want to go, he would ed into cmarlcrs that will scantnvY, prices, ion will most assuredly save some money by buying of us, mentioned. and quality from $5.00 a suit to 525 00 Don't forget tt, we have a complete stock in every department, and you be ilU IU honor her and protect accommodate half the number, and and a ''dollar saved, is a dollar made. Remember the place, the famous J. AmherqV Sons. -l- wo men, charge as be1g.uufkc her with him as long as S00 unemployed, hundreds of low price house of bet we WILL COT ANY MANS PRICES. J. J. Corneilson, who eowhi- - river thieves, were arrested rUCb- e seemeu Kespectftiily, ded Judge lieid, at Mt. Sterling, (lay and jailed. The examining hc or sl0 inight live. Sh scttle- - deaths may be expected. An epiaccept this t0 cheerfullv will break out that will carwas hanged in efligy, on the night trial occurred yesterday before Ilicnt pli0little difficult V flllll lift demic ...,,v;rt;..f.rt,i of the 17th instant. Judge Murrell. Theso men, with ...... i.ot ry olf not only convicts, but citii.i i. zens, and I toll you honestly I a little fish The best brai di of Flour. Sugar, Mnlas-;- , their fannies, live on slie had fornied the desperate Cofii-nndcr suspi-- , luUon ofsumiering the marriage wouldn't dare to live in Frankfort and Fncy UiCHMticx, always on and have been at bitch a time. Unless something baud, and nold t U.e ery bottom no'ch, at cion sometime. Some of the stolen jtic herself from is promptly done the only preventbv rcm0viii Who Made the Low J. Am3si:g'r Sons. property was found in tbeir pos-rs Wrf ra y1 ani01 ?. the lix ing. Tlmreday ive is tho free use of the pardonand ulentiheiL It is said!;,,., Fulton, this county, is on a nirii ..u r.nMck. rIip ing power, and Gov. Knott will - xox healthy boom. Quite a number of that when the arresting party ap- - tofd llGr Bis .' ..i...., Mrs. John certainly avail himself of it. Ho new houses going up, and busi- preached the boat, the wife of Kistner that she was going to the 1ST a T .A.IM: 9 fi one of the accused, presented her- postofiice to mail a letter. Short- is too humane a man to have tho FIBSTTOKKTAIL ness prospects cheering. b'tod of theso convicts on his Ve have die prettiest ftock of Carpets self on the bow of the boat with a ly afterward she returned in ap- h..nds." navy-siin oach baud, 'n o trouble parent good humor, and not a trace and Oil t'luttiH ever brought to tlitx town, if 'j Kri ?oM i&z. ri J HiSUtia V2i IU Dr. Pusscy is a close friend of and at prices that defy competition ; alv, was had however, iu makiug the of her determination was marked tho Governor's, aud it is safe to Lare Curiam, in the idece or by the yard, arrest. on her face, or by her actions. She say that he has authority for makE announce to our friends and the public generally, that wc have just rewlved froai tho cheaji.t to die finent. an immense itock of all kinds of Furniture nnd ulicit the trado of parties however, wip- ing this statement. was soon detected, J. Ambkkg'h Sosi. Ttiese are Solid Fact. We can eIiow all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine Itnq wj; to ing something from her mouth, The be3t blool purifier and sjptem of The court house is a dead failII Is I'nmtij- CoiiUlu't mito Him. of (di- and upon close questioning admitwithin ure on news matter this week no fferingever placed truly is the reach Bitters. ted having taken two table spoous Khcinc humsnuy. GKEEXI2VILLK, GA. April IS. marriage license, and no county Inactivity of t"c Liver, lliliousn-fs- J rocrcv npT5.,9,iri?' full of "Paris green," saying she One of the most noted cases ever T31 r Ml f. es WifefeiSie O news of any kind. Constipation. Wenk Kidnjs, or any had read in novels of women killbefore the Georgia Courts was Tho nicest and nobbiet ntyles of Men's d hAe of the urinary organsor or hoever ing themselves with it, and she that of Tobo Turner, who was mil I l'ri-- an appetitxer. tonic "We propO'W! to mate our prices to suit the spirit of tho times. Ym ean ret a?snrd "8tjifej 3zEr-?j v?-i-, ss vir.i "Ssiifti' "5 j aad lly'n Hats in the tmrn, can le fouud rrq She begged her hanged here will alwayi? find Electric Biiiers the wanted to die. for the murder you need never leavo our houe to look for cheaper goods. Wc propoi to sell as lov u at lower pr cert tlian evr k1J in Hick ma it, They husband not to send for a physi- of a man named Shuttles, in Meribet and only any retail Furniture atore in the ''Purchase. J. Ambkku'h Sons. ' ery bottle guar cian. act surely and quickly, Verr respectfully, He first refused to grant wether county. Turner was a man AT WHOLESALE PRICES You enn ilopmd upon Ending any thing in my lioum; that i atttecd to give entire nat'ffaction or money her request, but when she began Mr. Nick Combs, an old largo family connection, all of kupt in n fiwt das-- KL'RNITL'KE STOKE. of T. F. WILBURN & CO. of tho county, is dangerously refunded idd at fifty cenUa bottle by T. to vomit, hoped that all of the poi- whom stand in a comfortable poI', Fortuuo ill at his home in this county, and rooms in new Odd son had been discharged from her sition, aud who were determined c rS.orc kinds of Repairing Fellows building. done on short notice, and in a workmanlike tylo. Aho. IB S?"All it is thought cannot recover. couniy Republi- stomach, aud that the danger was that the stain of the hangman's The Fulton inducements as we are prepared to give call- rope should not rest upon and no physician was NovltSpv!Ko.H4-hA No KEDSTEAD S1.20 K;vii!:rf can convention metl Saturday averted, 3 o'clock in the morning, family if they could help it. the A 'Hi. Top PANXEL KED,. night, at the court house. The ed until .51 A magnificent line of hidies Drciss Good-&n& when she began to grow worse. -.- $2.35 Shuttles Aas a man who was in CI ..I IItSjver Sett Dreni Trim mi tig.- I.scci, Ktubrrtideriei, Neck delegates to the State convention .i it tome people might cecsure Mr. the habit of taking in tho town, ....S2.o0 Wear, iljudkrrcliiefi. Ho. err, .i ovc, go uninstructcd, but are for Ar....SG.50 BUREAUS, Fks, Parasola, j New styles in all of ib? thur. Mr. James Stephens and Kibtner for not summoning a doc- as the saying is here, and had T1X SAFES 52 50 Hlirit(iuulfi and at prices loKer t'lan Mr. II. F. Fethe are the delegates. tor at once, but when we consider many friends. The tragedy out OarJnerV iierferatwl CHAlIt SEATS, 20 dead- of which grew tho and ice them A new county committee compos- his admitted ignorance of the murder of MATI'KlfcjjJIryUTc, 5125. SI80 and other iw3 at name rates; FEATHER liEUS and H. BUrilANAN. ly nature of the drug, and also his Shuttles by Tumor illustrates one PILLAltS, 40c per pound. I am alo gnt for the Light running Diamond Sewing ed as follows, was appointed: Marshal Neeley, of Fulton, Jas. T. Stephens. II. S. Campbell, aversion to making public the of tho sad features of Southern brought down a colored prisoner, J. C. Heed, Gustave Hunsaeker weakness and reproach of his fair village life. In nearly all such X. II I alsi have the lineit line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to on short Tuesday, charged with carrying and Frank Thompson. Mr. E. young bride of two weeks, we csin places there are but one or two Hickman- Ctmomers xiielv serve UOODS notice. OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR in policemen, while any number of I FEAR XO COM PETITION", AS MY concealed weapons, and jailed the Case presided as Chairman of the better understand his tardiness LAST RIVALS FADE AWAY. aid. When it men of Turner's standing are in BRIGHTNESSth" place,WHEN oppoite corner from I'laut Iiro'g. & Co., under the New offtiuder. I). ii'i foiyci on the convention, and J. T. Stephens calling for medical was too late to turn the grim mon- tho habit of coming to town on CITV II A LI Give men call before buying elsewhere. a full ftock of Men's LadieV Secretary. tie bare ster from his prey, and a realiza- J(lltitlJU VA and mnde Hho's which we WV. VVUiVIUVUli i lie creat escitemfiu over- uie cliean tion of the weight of the blow she and acting au if tho freedom of. will piiiruut'e; aN iiue of the old htock ll at half tfafir net half their was giving her husband began to vhi'.h we from Men' and BoyV place had been voted to theni. c t, Rtill cont'iiucM at J. Amlicrx's Sons. dawn upon her, she expressed a the E3- - TI?- 25c to ?! 50. Policemen soon loani to leave A Un, ChildrvuV hoe, at 25c to SI. La regret J. AsjBEKc's ?ONd. at the haste of her course, such men clone, for they are not LARGEST," dir and show, from 50c to $1 25. find exonerated her husband from sustained m endeavoring to arThe Tennessee Democratic I'alt andgrt rente of thoe Btatc Convention meets, June 38, they are all M!d. It in not half tlieirorig the slightest blame. She died at rest them, and run the risk of bein Nashville, it appears to be o'clock Friday morn- ing shot or stabbed for thoir pains. about ing. The drug was purchased at The consequence is that very oft- 'Ml conceded that Uov. Jiate will be The Mississippi River Com- Tanner & Co's. en two such men aro in town, and mission has recommended tho apThe Itilie-- are eecally invitfd taca no ballot carni- somo old feud springs a difliculty, There will be HICSKMASy, Red mc ur Iurj:e i.oc of Kmbroider'eK, propriation for the improvement MOST ending in one of the parties biting Iiccjs Xeckwear, l51oe, of the harbor at Hickman, aud it val in Louisville this year, and the the dust. i.auua nud fine J)ivg l.coJ.--, vrhtch we v.i srll :i is understood that the recommen- enterprising members of the MOST DURABLE, IIS HOUSE H3 BREM RECENTLY ENLARGED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED In the early part of 1SS1, Tur- low a.'i .tu Club, who purchased tickother hour, in thi-- or our dation will secure its passage. and thoroughly renovated. Convonent to river and railroad, and attentive nor got the drop on Shuttles, aud , ueigiiburibg towny. MOST;FASHIONABLE, Col. Turner appeared before tho ets for the parquette, will have laid him out. In December of watch kept and, altogether one of the best appointed hotels in this section. J. AKEuv;'a SoNi. Tho their money refunded. 31. JB. TUHXEI5, Proprleior. committee on Monday and asked 1882 Turner was convicted and AND BESThavejumped their contract, A large acreage of ''bottom for the improvements at Hickman, and will not visit Louisville. Lou sentenced to death. This unex lauds" above and below Hickman, Paducah and Columbus. The BEST GOODS pected result aroused his friends will not be cultivated this year, Hickman improvement stands a isville Commercial. . For Sheriff. iB HO YE FARMERS! tfli to the necessity of work, when owing to the continuous delays good chance by reason of being appeal was taken to the Supreme We nrc authorized to announce Judge Tlio nrncelct Key. from the floods. endorsed by the River CommisR. R. WALKER, as a candidate for the bought inj Hickman. AVe invite all to come in and see that our lion bl .hInMtlo ky of gold.two boe anltM r on, Court. There tho case was held jljstjd q-ebrrt tVeu office ofShcritr.il the ensuing August elecsion. ftlioen! fihom'! for a year, when sentence below ftuih thy pUghtnl, of tlw Au.l nrt k witn Each to tbo otlur, till life's Mto are run. was aflirmed. Judge Harris, iu Harvest is near at hand, and it is wise tion. Shoe, UnvV Shocn, Children' The Frank James trial is in to iiimI what tliou WnJe"t sjjSihr fr Harvest Machiuf Show, Ladie's Shoe, in euillew variety, at near my lirrt, Then Meriwether Court, sentenced Tur- eryplace your orders in order that you may Wc arc authorized to announce Capt W. ? progress at Huntsville, Ala , and o li. ihv Try birt of bart I heW at an" early day, A. SHL'OK, as a candidate for the office of 3 Plait ner to be hanged on April 17. Be re"t what von "want The jwbabilities are Sheriff of Fulton county at the ensuing A om.ii.i lore, th ptt. triwet ldnJt he is proving by good witnesses precious tbn thy goto. fore sentence was passed the pris3In evr Tho indications are thst, with tiiat he was in Nashville on that the demand lor iunu?rs ine present August election. arc exactly as represented and w5 will sell them at prices that will the Unlock fur uu. O UUU kej. the portnl oner made a remarkable statement, seaon will be great factories will not be We nrc authorized to announce M. W. give satisfaction. favorable weatner, Kcutuckj will, day the robbery for which he is That to a parndifUl fotur attacking newspapers as the cause able to supply the Uenini.il. 1 rices on FARMER, as a candidate for the office of Where we rhatl flm! onr Jove to be immortal. the coming season, produce such being tried occurred. The court greatly blhw tbat perfect union briagaAnd know th of his conviction, and afterward Hinderswould be reduced this year. want Sherifi'of Fulton county. Election in Aua crop of tobacco as has never be- holds, however, that if it can be pleased to have those We kouI with onl, for now and tm. spoke violently against certain reBind ne fat, fore been raised in the State. ing any thing in the Agii"ultural line call gust next. In Iot, in hop, in patience, and in tnut, proven he was a member of the porters. Tho case was watched to sec us before buying. We represent a IIoMltiir ii firm In twnds tbat elnll net evr. Wnar agents for the Whie, Leader, and gang that did the robbery, alE'en ben our heart haTecrurablwldmt to dut. with deep interest throughout tho number of first class factories, and handle American, Seeing Machines, which can be though not present, that lie can bo Fred IV. rblwr. Plants for Sale. nothing but the liest Machinery and implet State. found at hold guilty. Because of the sudments knowing that the best is always the I have now ready for delivery, Cabbage FORTUNE'S Turner made thrco attempts at cheapest. Vie will make a liberal divide COUNCIL PROUiSiSDINGS. den illuess of Gen. Walker, James' Plants, Tomato Plants, Cold eur, b'gfr t suicide within the past Men wlo know say that the hog lawyer, the case has been conof oar commissions to cash purchasers, and Plants, &c.; Bnd will bo ready vrithin 20 Hickuak. Ky , April 22. 18S4. Mnyor McCuch hours, but while being made very easy terms to liiuc purchasers. Council met days to supply tho country with Sweet of 18S4 is going to be tho most tinued. Wc are agents for the well known and Potato Plants. en, Counciliiieii lieckiuun, French, Moore, sick by some drug given in whisimportant porker that has been iu 13 E JL. X E St X3T & Ferguson THOS. McMAHAN. Ramage and Witting ky recovered sutlieiout strength popular factories, Kingeland the pen for many a year. In othRstPIaut'nad7ertienienti, and be profiThe minutes of the last meeting rcre to be led to the scaffold. Tho ex- Manufacturing Company's Threshers, En. Hickman, Ky , April 11, 18SL er words, hogs will bo exceedingly ted thereby. gincs, Corn hhcllers. Saw Mills, Cotton read, n proved mi ignetl. ecution was private. Gins, &c; Pitts Son's Chicago Threshers, Bcarce. MVOViTT AlitOWE!) iy and announces its determina1011 The report of a yellow fever to mianl with sleenless vinlance epidemic at Vera Cruz is denied. the Ta proacles (from t0 Soo the the ell U Clothing! C'l(ttui&! Clothing! f..f i ."l ".;:.,' "? u ;;' A yrnl di from tlie cheap intluslinc "JIUII I lie HUT, JlKCi'"4'' ""- Berwick's bay, cat to the ninrit nobhy. In thi line I can and there is danare you from one to four ilo'lnrs a suit ger that pestilence may stesl upon II. BUCHANAN. pests the city from the The bill nnthorizing the Coun-- ? of the coast most rear. The t0 '"' exposed ty Court of Fulton to build a new roads of yellow fever are the Texjail lias passed both houses. as seaboard on the West aud MisYou can buv a Hue fall Calf Boot sissippi, Alabama and Florida on ftt J Amlierph Sons', for S2.00, aud Calf the east. An epidemic starting; BhotM at $1.25 to $2 25. in either of these districts might obeasily flank Mrs. Skngjjs, danjjhtor of Mr. tain access sew Orleans aud orto the city bv the Thomas Worsham, died, at her dinary course of travel bv vail. home, near Columbus, on the 17 th. It in. tiiornfm.n ,ioio Up ,, .m,iU( IU"" the ...v,. You can have 25 per cent in pricr. and fixed and irrevocable nnmose of 50 per cent in quality by buying FL'RM the board to apply quarantine reTUKE.t strictions to the limit of the law K.T. GARDNER'S. against all infected points, even Dr. J. II. Phelps, a most to the extent of total suppression worthy old citizen, is at the point of all intercourse, if necessary. of all of death, at his home, Columbus, It invites the Ky. boards of health and sanitary organizations for the general Afuilaad complete line of BRYAN & - The New Orleans board of has taken the field for theiFeasoii, l'W-W- 1 Front t'liuni "" f0'1 B,,d,B,,?taWe entliln (n .q.tit(I ."orm. litr ttur (ounir.v.l It comes within our province to one or tno most "c r.r.' - A i- -i ..v't-oon- n ". to"S incident that i t f',.Vrw no E(.iiifiuimrj Jt:til;ir$;-l 5 w ES3 E33 M EH3 V ES23 K3 RS&GESl .C3B.E2a.K3I 53 ' "' ,S'L- -- v ir-i- rni .- Tnm-m"ig- y, Strike Ww ft IpP Mt' 1 "L- -., ., -, all co-iiu- TO CLOSE AT $7.50. ?. gd n r l HATS. HATS. HATS. i - - 1 1 I j PLATJT BBOS. & CO. Prices? reso-boa- t, e 1 even-sessio- n j iL W i illyi !1 1 P-- SI -- ES x 'irf-r- rnxriTPi w wuh-bu- y. - s, nun-dic- e. siiin-u'a;'- t, h to-da- y ?s); cert-ti- enre-tnon- n. citi-.ze- n i w i f 1 . -, Contractors Builders of Houses. ever-Cal- l Ma-chin- e. - 1 Mj-c- ti 'u-t- AAA wi-- co-- .t 5il, Respectfully, m w J&J&.1Dj$Z'JEL1 THEFINEST, y Mii-esfin- ii-- 't. 11-.:J- 0 m mm a ft mmk M i 1 KENTUCKY. HiM-e'r- , Bald-heade- I d t Ki-ralfy- 's 1 I out-r- J tt:p THE THE CHOICEST, THE PRETTIEST, THE CHEAPEST, STYLISH, THE THE THE SELECTED THE FOR THE THE LOWEST PRICE EYER t. Ut-r- t Cln-- 'HI354 knev-m- ere - W Dru-Sto- re. forty-eigh- Pre-eu- t, J. W. OOWGILL, 1 cs- & Co , presented an ac J. Tho Democrats of Fulton count V. Corman for veniitn'ors, stove. Ac The most handsome and best Lndie's for cJ 50 Custom-mad- e Siid Mine at Plau'tn, that county should not forget to attend tor Citj Mall, which being properly ap wm ever hhown in Ilickmau. Call and seo them.- - - Tho Hickman "Ladies Pastoral Aid Society," propose to have music and skating at the citv Hall, (Friday) the 25th. All are Admission invited to attend. to-night twenty Ave cents. We crry a nice line of Wall- - Paper, tinR.Pper, Envelopes, Pen?, Inks, NotcIs, Pocnm, &e at Wrw x, tho county meeting (Saturday) at the court-housat 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of sending delegates to the State convention, &c. Tarn out and let's lmvo tho gallant .Fnltou democracy represented at the State convention, aud alsojat the National convention. ' e, -- proved, was on motion sllewcil. IXKK rrCOMMHTEIS APPOINTED On motion Major McCutchcn appointed a co'innittec coniistin? oi Councilmcn Freneli, Monre and Witting, to select a loCouncil. On motion Council adjourned Attest. It. E. Mliit.CT, Domocrals Uotlco. To the Chairmen of the Democratic Executive Committees in the Coun ties District. of the lint Congressional cation nud estimate piobable co-- t of a lockup and report at tho next meeting of this Mayfield, Ky., April 17 th, 1SSI Dear Sirs: As Chairman of tho - School-liook- i C C. t- - A mob of fifty masked men broke open tho jail at Jackson, The bankruptcy bill has pass- Breathitt county, and took out ed the TJ. S. Senate. Wc hope the Henry Kilbnrn, wHite, and Bon Democratic House will kill it. The Strong, colored, aiidhnnr them. State assignment laws are good They were charged, with the murenough for the honestly unfortu-tunat- e der of Wm. Thorpt last January. in business. Kilbnrn had killed eight men. FORTUNE'S Drug Store. Remember we arc as loi as the lowest In prices iu Lead, OUa. Turpcntiuc, and all Painter'd 6UDplifr. at FORTUNE'S Drugstore. v - Some correspondents, on the score of moral courage, are working up popular feeling for Judge Two Hickman business houses Reid, who failed to resent a This is all well enough, were closed this week by the BheritT, the grocery house of Jus. but Kentucky voters don't take E. Brown, and tho grocery house to that kind of courage. of L. Goldberg. We are not adThe river is now falling tit vised as to tho liabilities of either. Hickman, and a prospect for pretXtcccive!. Just There isa moderato A nice line of ready mised PAINTS, in ty weather. rise coiinnjr " of the Tennessee, pints and half gallon, at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. vit one in tho Ohio, and a voi smallpox reported at Cincinnati. All the other upOne case of at Uuioh City, but a visitor to that per rivers are falling slowly. city, Wednesday, failed to hear The now reasonable prospect authoritatively of any case. Therefore, tho presumption is that tho of having the Hickman harborimproved is strengthening owl onrumor is incorrect. cow-hidin- g. Xew York, April, 21. It is stated that a conference was held in this city last week between Gen. Butler, Walter II. Sharpe, Henry Nichols, John YV. Keogh and John F. Henry, at which arrangements were made for the nomination of Gen. Butler for President aud Congressman Began, of Texas, for Vico President party, and by the an understanding was arrived at with the Greenback party which was to ratify the nomination at Walter H. their convention. Sharpo is tp have charge of tho machine. Itow I o Get Hotter J Anti-monopol- An Alleged .rrniixemeiit. y m-of- From ItenJereou Xewa.J price 25c; at Jp:mce A JJovclty. Headache and Neitralcift cure. FORTUNES Drug Store. R. T. ALURITTON. act, recently adopted by the Leg- District papers please pnblish. Steel, of all descriptions. Also, the islature of Ohio, which provides ROELKER Plow, which cant be nncltlen'rf Arnlcn .Sal c. that the reading of newspaper acPlows will be sold counts is not suflicicnt cause to Tub BestS u. ve in the world for Cuts, beat. These cheaper than ever 3old Ulce excuse anv one irom serving as Bruises,rr Sores l.!inn:tHl, salt libeum, Fever 25 per cent, 7. ii " " nrea. LIPr ii ZXJ Hands, and poain inror sun , l n W WOlllll", vnrv Conn. nnd all Ski n eruptions, ciulblain?,- in Hickman before. They also keep . ".. v... i,m1 lnrirft nssortrrtP.nt nf Honr- Q couragiiigre.nl estate owners on inueii linpiove inu uiiiiuiuLci ui tively cures I'll, or no pv required. It nn ..u..u try criminal cases, as in is guaranteed to give perfect Batbfaction, ing, Harnefid, and Saddlery, to be tho river front, antlgthcrc is now moil that good prospect of some fine brick this agi1. nearly all intelligent men or money refunded. iricc m cenU per sold cheap. Give them a call be- bos. For Sale t FORTUNE'S Dni3 Store. j fore purchasing. jcad newspapers. business houses. The Kentucky Legislature could not pass a better law than the jury B0OsTHoiNDftMilEn. MEDIC IKES!' Executive Committee- for tho u'rst Congressional District, it is my f duty to take somo steps to ascer SHOP. North West corner of Moscow" tain tho views of the members of a.hti nnd Troy Avenues, Eadt Hickman, Ky jj tho Committee, and oftho Demo" "Satisfaction guaranteed. crats of the district, in reitrd to April. the proper organization of the par5T.S TDILEURTIGLES ty for the approaching campaign. 1 have no plan of my own to sugFor Sale, gest at nresent. but desire to car For cash, or approved nates, 3 Xo. 1 &c., &c, &c. ry out, as far as possible, the will U'orti Mules. Also, U 31 tires, good Tr for all purposes, work, saddle, or brood. of the party in remml thereto, so Roth are family animals. any filled at any hour, as to avoid, as far as possible, fM L. DeMONTCOURT. p. mules. conflict or differences in our Hickman, Ky., April 11, 1S8L , With a view to this, I suggest a meeting of the members of the Committee for the purposo of W. BIESTELBRIN f W. A.; HENSON, and agreement, if possible, upon the best methods to be No Need of Going From Horns adopted. I request, therefore, to Buy Your Plows, that you will meet at Paducah, May 3d, at the hour of 12 o'clock Muse & Shaw have just received 31. Allow me to urge you to make a lartre assortment of Plows, con- famous South Bend J i - n.:u"A P, W. A VRTIEY'S Wnrltl "VTO space to name all articles, butflo l" ;'"-pie. Eespectfnlly, X" ttouble to show goods. I -firat-cla- se con-biiltati- their Binders "that beat them all alike; Upozier wheat and corn Drills, Sulky Hay Rakes, (nothing hotter in this Hue); Rren-n& Go's. Wheat & Com Drills, Sorghum Machinery, Corn Shelters Threshers, &e.; Btid many others too tedious to mention. Wc kcepin stock a general assortment of Plows, Cultivators, &c In a word, we aro prepared to furnish, on short notice, aim thing wanted in the way of Farm Machine ery and Implements. Our line of Groceries is complete, and of the best quality. Headquarters for Flour, at from oOc to hou-- o in 51 00 per barrel les than any Flotir pure and unadulterated. town; Fee I, of all kinds, for Stock. Please call and ecc us, and make wants known, and you will oblige truly, POWELL s. UKUTiiEK. Hickman, KVj April 11, 1834. an Engines, &c ; C. Aulttnan & Co's. world renowned and popular Harvest Machine! y ..llinders, Eeaiwrs, Mowers, Threshers, Engines &c, &c; also D. M. Osborne & Co's. fine line of popular Harvest Machinery HUTZ SCHEOBBE DRUGS, PATENT FASSilSfcSABIiE 11 "tsftpa BMm Uk?Us.J 5.. Nl !AHony l- fanirii - FAINTS - . r Jt( day or night. Eing night bell alter 10 o'eloc is if m wm. Plows L0WE11 and LOWER. kb Family Groceries. All kinds'of Groceries haras, Bides, 4J. cheap as the cheapest. 1 will not b6 JOHN WITTiSQ. undersold. r,iri"irr'r"!sistintrofthe Kenowncd FULTON BANK Capital, So09000.00. ........ Chilled, ond nndome and dee, at the corner of Troy and Moscow ATenuo. Easl IHckrar, Ky; DENTIST, HICKMAN, KENTUCXYt ..-- .- j. BOOTS AND SHOES; ., .. ! r I -- -- DisconnU Faperand Loans Money, Bnyn VLhes to inform the public generally, that and Sells Exchange on any Point in the Account) of the he is fully prepared to do all kind of Dent- - United States, Sdicitu i.K)iieciionsanu innijn tJeneraUv. rconlc Keeps in stock the very Best Material,1 n nr,v Current Rate of Kxcliango -.... . and keeDfl onlv the best workmen Work tion. ill ,.l,u Mii. -- . .-- Oflic., first door . T. MITCHELL, Ca'hicr. lweatol Laclede House. guaranteed. Repairing solicited. R. GLAZIER. - f a Si i if. R '" f I . ! i 'J taMHMMa!Mllia(nWiMWSi Vr .11 SSK '. jLJ'JLaABlJEr! L4fgjy-'J!- - "gag Jjiujjin! Ill 1 Lu j-n- j, TT'" "" ' -- HTM mixury Bganac3Cg555g!B'-si.'"Si?l- -- " i rr mm nil i rtBeammm rt ID fagsBsg) jgpsg f tTr- - 1111) fM PI-fe- i&ct!L JhxXjl 43 sp ss f aKpsp WT1 12 ESI and the maker of L.ow Prices, has returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of ISiew Goods ever brought to Hickman. Twenty Per Ccni. heaper than any house in this Western country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Call and examine Goods and prices. '.Utl TH-- J '. I will sell these Goods II.MBt H. BUCHANAN. our "d EE - t aI .:' t AHrsinicnt Kqunllxntion. JODGE RELD G0WH1DED EF ASREA? Lm 0? SUKAH Prole ssion&I &rds ETp Roimtor ll!i",r!ird has introduced iA (IIP liUH lf contended therefor eer Mneeftle FCcr"' i,;n 1U tI,o J. COKXEILS05, CMlltkJ litglbl.llliro BY MR. existence. We arestU for tnfcjMga""- - ' a The Delaware Republicans have tion and hope o never W ihefCorEiEB ae to equalize the assessment between B. P. O'DANIEL, M. D., AfisuultRe-wiKs- e an any in me mrainrv. instructed for Blaine. . " the counties of the State. w. The Who 3ue1c ihe pany wants organisation, nor"er " Sic Said, fitvhl 1113 PROFESSIONAL mode, A th .VnlBre.Trtntutal OFFEKS. the citizena of Hickman nd nnd Lccinrpoiirare of (ydiIiiaI WmknoM, r The Governor of Louisiana has poor the of and it is sheer M a '"' an,j Louisville Cuinmvrcial, in speaking Ifitulirt TreatcsS J55im Rutliral favor cowardice to say Spvruiaturrlicra, in.lucrj by Sflf..Min, IoTciuv-Fnirl.y. ficiiity. of the bill, says : issued the usual quarantine proc- mode is not secured a ' free raeo KniUnoui, rviua DtUIitr. OQcc Corner room in Laclede House, Impediment toItBpotforj,ptnrrullj ; Coutuptit4 0T!xn MurriaRr niustl had Such talk from It certainly deserves the thought lamation, taking effect 3Iay 3. i Mental and Phvilral InMDMit, Fit. -sounds Mtspicious. Wuczaftf?'- ful consideration of the members Jnrise Krlri 'Ijsjrnctcnzrs tbe ic- -lt KQIlhUTJ. CI liVKUVt ELL, X. 6., Tho old, popular and always reliable' Hardware bouse of Attack on Eiliu a vuutun. Ur of tht "Utriwn itwik," i.e. in this 4inlrl D-R-. jWirs would refresh its of tho Legislature who appreciate The Democrats of Oregon have If the A.. A.. FB-IS- , The nuttir, rrniedSia0 iiud ot I4vtur, clrwrlv protr frcui lii own xprlo iiUrd. announced as their choice the memory as to its owufristory, it the revenue situation in Kentucky thut th awful cinriiirucfK of irlfAbM ma; l find relief for our ?PHYSICAN AND SURHEGM, rRrrtutllj rrmorrd xitlinut danrron nrjtil "Old Ticket," Tilden and Hen- would admit that pifighting and desire to without increasing ratinn. tnslr, iutrnmrnt, ringi or cordltU; State treasury norii mu;;.s & pvintin; out a modrof cure at onre ctrtata and vfMfriit" tlm fiint rear or so of its the rate of taxation. HICKMAN, dricks. KENTUCKY ? Senator Lj winch nrrjr nffirr. no cialttr lat "'r."" '"v "neutrality" or "in- nc.iiilition luajr t. iuj cure lilmlf WlJ, Haggard is a practical man. and SpocUl to lh t' existence i"s ,Miiy niia ratiiraiiT. The New York Republican del- dependent," and that then as now, has had experience which is of Mt. Sterling, April Kt3 T7n lrrtre Kill prrt a lon U iXtmtmmlt m4 to his Professional Services Has a splendid tock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, tho citixens of Hickman and vicinity. egation to Chicago, will stand, value to him in dealing with the afternoon about 2 o'cloci this lit- - which are offered at twnt under rry. In a plain rnvtlopa, to aaj and ytftrs before tho Acta had an jnlG-'8- 0 on receipt of four cenu, or pwtUf Arthur, 27; Blaine, 25; Edmunds, existence, the Hickman Courier problem of revenue and taxation. tie town was thrown inttthe wild lumpF Atiure0 carofully studied the sys- est excitement by an asault made Ho has THE CULVERW ELL MEDICAL CO., 32; Logan, 8. way fighting for the true Democ- tems of other States, and presents Dy John J. Corueilson, a lawyer A N D L E Ana M . Kew Trk, X. V , Pot OCc Bex, 0. L. racy. The Courier, in its lmm-2l- o a measure which is no experiment, of this city's bar, upm Judge Of more than onethousaud bills way, has fought a hundred as it has been tried with eminent Richard Roid, of tho Superior introduced into the House of ATTORNEY Ar LAW Representatives of the present! battles for the Democracy, and success and satisfaction in Jllinois All goods guaranteed to uenenii Assembly, 908 of them ara never in one instance skulked be- for some years past. The best have been cougregatiug'upon tho and that th very lowest the market justifies. Colleetor, Real Estate Agent what it streets discussing theaff.iir, and be exactly as represented. evidence that it has done strictly local. questionable plea of was intended to do is the fact that cverthing else was lost sight 01 in hind the HICKMAN, KY. The supporters of. Judge Reid neutrality" or "independent ;" the law, as originally passed in the topic. Your correspondent rnlled upon t&T Will attend prornptlj to mil but) say that, if he refuses to resent and jet in all these years it has that State, has never been amended. Bejs entrusted him in SouthTresleri F. E. CASE & CO. Mr. Corueilson and liter, at his the humiliation he has undergone, refused to permit its columns to The bill does not pretend to be residence, on Judge lveid, and ob Keuiuoi and Northwestern Tennesi-Speciiilftttentiongitentothc iavestigc lie had as well withdraw from the bo used for the personal abuso of a cure-all- . as it deals with only a tained from each a jUitoinont of tiou of Land titles, and the purch&to candidacy for the Court of Ap- anyDemocr.it. In our judgment, single defect, which is, however, this afTair, which is herewith sub- fjan8 Thi bebt roof for the least money. Exj)eriencod workmen employed. eale of Ral Katate. Democratic nominees of tho old tho most serious in our system. ixitinil nml fliiiii ni.lllrtl!!pR nil ltH peals. NrU, Sfrinca, Lines, Hook, and rll flhtijij ' T attention of builders especially desired, as this honse will give ene- of Viiliing Tackle and SeppliM, at aha would never It proposes to secure uniformity detnils' Gibraltor district ain. (Jrucvriki and Fuuiilc Supplier t "Judge eial inducements. Correspondence solici cd, Mr. Comeilson said: Chairman Johnston, of the have known defeat, but for the as between the counties. Asscss- H. A. & E. T. Tyler, t rally. cam ass E- - B. BREVA11D. Democratic State Central Comuntimely and unwar- incuts in Kentucky now range iReid, avIiouo friend m his came from thirty per cent, to as much 1 have been until recently, mittee, has appointed Saturday, April 20, for the county conven- ranted personal warfare which as seventy-liv- e per cent, ot the into my olllce this afternoon on found its way into our local poli- actual value. tions to appoint delegates to the business connected with his race, KENTUCKY HICKMAN, State convention, to be held at tics. Divest any '"independent" Rr Under the provisions of this ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS Frankfort, Wednesday, May 7. of the sympathies and prejudices bill a board composed of men The bet uiab ol th cdriM4 entrusted to their care. tho State, and gomery Circuit Court, which was scattered all over MANUFACTURERS OF Culuiubu thus engendered and perpotuatcd, Office Millet Dlook. "Trace chain talk" or 'Vuperior supposed to know something of appealed to the Superior Court, ot8-7- 8 Tale theni together there is and tho white plume of the Dem- tho localities from which they of which Reid is a member While "l mulling crediah!e att.iched thern'o. Col. ocratic uominco will still bo tho come, will meet, and after due con- professing to be my friend, being 'ffor4- - r- - Si Turner should pray for relior from his to friend- - as well aa his enemies J'adncah certain sign of victory. Tho no- - sideration and tho hearing of tes- an Elder in the salne church JWtTf bunko, of taxa- which I belong, I had convincing, Kept for dale, at a bargain, at thirlJvy uio heart or the lurst JJistnut re- timony, place the conclusivo evidence, that equallv on counties. ATTORNEY AT LAW aud Sale Stable ot FARL3& PARKER If the Arcj will turn its able ?) sents, in true manhood, tho very tiondoes not take all tho individual almost really a traitor to my inter- he was each It political editorials in favor oTur-ner-, semblance of persecution ; and assessment on and attempt to scruti-- ! sts in the case namwd, and to the HICKMAN, de SY. there might be some hope, of we say, m sorrow, that our "party nizo its details. That would be kIv wsi.H doiiifrall he could s jrreat a task, and is already fame and slander his tho convention Democrats defeat- organization" has been butchered too promptlj retsitte SSTCOLLECTICNS of the court. I can give full ? ing him. In its own camp. Well, indeed, provided for bv a County Boardv details, when necessary, to subaoAlistrncts of titles a specialty. Supervisors. It simply pro-eas? may "party organization" pray for of Conjnjissiea tjerefya ides for an inquiry into tho basis stantiate his perfidy. 1 only; gave xxrssr.c caxdioaten. him a good cowhiding, which ho Lreiief from such friends ! D on which each Assessor has acted. The Tennessee Republicans nom- - x w, II. II l CK MA If, EY The Hickman Coukieu suspic- - If he puts property at fifty per deserved, though I regret the nehinted Judge Frauk T. Red, of to cent, when in other counties it is cessity which compelled me ioned! And why, aud by whom Kp lway on Laud, Frh solNashville, an (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str. ) per ceut.. give it to him." lated at seventy-fiv- o acciBy a young fledgling whom I.IME. CK.MKNT. .SAI T PI.AfcTEH V&& then the Sheriff is directed to col- - Judge Reid, in response to my dier, for Governor. Judge Reid dent, or impecunioity of 151 X? a. JH3 fc5 PLir.y.0 RASA SEKDS, CLOVER it interrogatory to explain tho nature per cent, in ilect as if twonty-fiv- o syiij is a brilliant orator, and it is said Will mace liberal adraace and cause of the asoault, twiote 'ctfe tlu:yyufo control value wore added to ouch list. J ylr.T. made "a gallant soldier."' Hon. of a fow t3pe; andliccj) wo asCeil, &. . for sIo cr uLiuruect. the follow i'ig statement: AST machinery is very simple. Etch I in the Horace Harrison and Hon. S. W. sert that the "eonvcnuoii phuv It The would not do to turn this tabk J. Conic ilbon had a suit against Montgomery Cirt ait Court Hawkins are tho State electors. will not harmonize the party. All over to two or threo men, who Caldwell's Hig! Seljeai 'could not be sufficiently acquaint-- I II. C. Howard, now deeeasod. For The committee reported the name these years sinco thedistrict seism ed with the various localities. The reasons known I took no part in of Emerson Etheridge for State has existed the Coueiek has simthe trial of the case; but my pait-neDKAtr.3 THE FIFTH YEAil will coiaiccnM board provided for in me. elector, but it was so violently op- ply plead for harmony, aud there- j represent the people, the bill will Mr. and can, to Corueilson Stone, represented be iGoadcij, 71ii, &S6&, received a verdict posed that it was withdrawn. fore have begged for a primary every reasonable extent, be de- , fore a jury. Howard and coutibus nine tsouihs to sujwia yi?r,!fIV!KJ ami uin n:cia.ii. V WM intel-Pitied hKl pended The eouru ot study, iu addition Jo Sbee? The Indiana Democratic Asso- election at tho regular August ligently on to deal fairly and those the Superior Court, who: i5i with the interests of r.ugh Primary roi'-c,- will includ ?iigfiQ Mr. Stone At wl" ciation met at "Washington and election. It hasbceurefuscd;and was briefed bv Mattieniatia-- , the a!uni ncu,te?e unanimously adopted a resolution as often as refused, defeat has fol whom they sen e. They can take thcr as attorney nor as judge did & SDH. Latin ami Orwn, Bcvl Utvpui". Pet S hold of the attcssintut for tho I havo anything to do with the that, in their judgment, "the nom hij, l.IocuiiL-- aud ccal Culture 3HX HE & Ji&L StS: J 9 35SL "33T present year ination of Hon. Joseph E. McDou-ald- , lowed; anditremainstobo seen if' relief- - AVith and bring immediate case in cither court. It was taki n this bill passed one up and decided by Judges Rich-- 1 of Indiana, for the Presiden- our party managers counseling Primary, Naahyille, needs for an ardsaud Bowden ; and tho opinion X53- - PR ESCR I PTIO X8 CARh?J,.2 CO M O U N t B D I -- ; Tennesseo, cy, by the National Democratic from the lacerated personalities of Intermediate, V a . Advanced, Convention, would establish har- illadvised journalist and other . - adjourned session will havo been was published when 1 was not in UEALEUS IS mare mony in the party throughout the competents, can be whipped into done away with. Its dctaila will Frankfort. Both of these Judges 5" Payable monthly b Adrcxe. not intricate, and whoever S JSS. JBl J 331 C5 country, and result in the success I never armed. His A Yonn SnIeUe. t was so rapid, thn1 may sneedily understand it. Illi- - knew and will state that ' "" of Democratic principles at the f.nurtiu? another defeat. On word to them MARY CALDWEUi very prosperous btato, Rnid'oiio. participated in about the iolcut and unexpected, that I wits rBtlnch rii. Mem phis papers is 11,0 Hickman, Ky., AugtiKt a, lfcfcS. approaching presidential election." contrary a primary election at tho nois has a certainly case, or tho BICOIAN MARBLE WORK dfUs; utterly without defense. Xo per- - IrOin the received vast ion. or examined the "ori1, H- Senator Yoorhees made a lengthy regular August election insures and benefit from tho operation of this i did not consider myself Corncil son was present in ifr. C.'s oniee. eY8 learntJ of th" (le:!th ( speech in favor of the resolution. harmony. 1 h;;c thus stated the facts at- - J",au,i wicu luuk pmm muiai Onr Democratic vo same bill. HICKMAN, KY. Saturday iiiglit last. This son's lawyer. Some weeks since tendiiiK this wanton, unprovoked ters are so thoroughly and gener- Haggard's views about 1 learned that Mr. Corncnson was The debate on the Morrison Senator and premeditated assault, and '?"& '"i"' was well known in this EEPS all kinds of staple aad faaty tariff bill will occupy five or six ally committed to this mode of this matter are certainly entitled greatly offended at the opinion, leave them to a mndid and fair- - city, having boon horn and reared DEB C7- - 33&s.:3K2.;re.E:. ffreat wciffht. as his measures and that he blamed me for the ad- miiuiflii iniiiHi.. ii!it itiiinv nmlnr. ll1 Graves county, between luilton ..., v ..,. -. "' is doubtful if it can nnrtv orfmniz.ifion., iw nn illtlll to v weeks. It him OBALBK IS Of late I at and pass the House; if it passes the would dare run as an 'h'mlcpctt-- r " st practical and useful charac- - verse decision. I 1....1 onco sawin it sMind ."' properly characterize . nnd Dukedom. mmnrnn ho has ...! nn, ivirt. ivnnii nnniiitir wvvi ii ..1.;... . UCUIl ICDllllilJ yilL-- l JIU1UUU Ul dent";.--, nonmRt Mich "l """ !. V l.i " outrage. tlic House it is almost certain it can n'i.:o v and Conrectioneries. , , ter. He is tho author of the II11- - '""' fi...e !. be i... I rt . iixiii :inr vv I-- 111 ui.li. l mia uui in rmuuiv" "Kichakd Keid." Ins time in Memphis, where ho had Italian amp Ashuicah Marblb see his old customers, Will will pleaiai t imo id miiii nit vvuKliiU :.- WOUIU and both suit I not pass tho Senate; and if it ..rofnr. 1,( If ,lfoo I many lnenus. it is stated tnat POrUlUt U1I1S lO UflUailZC C.CIIip- the decision was rendered and - A, them in price and qualit- y- Call andiet and to fund the State debt had never read the opinon. Ho tions ho had been drinking very heavily should pass tho Senate, it is known ed on our hands are "'l0Ul-uu- l ns. "Quick Sales and Small Profitti. MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE I.c'm tieu. .... : at a lower rate of interest. An- - I then seemed satisfied with my ex bt. I,ou:n It. E Wnsliln't'-- Banshtcr. recently. Ilis friends aver he took fon't be undersold will veto it, and i.o vn.'K fja4tf that tho President I.tttr.l bcttor other reason for giving this mat- - planation. An- - tho laudanum an overdose of STONES. Tho..daughters wore Mary, it cannot pass over tho veto. ..,., T" 7T Z7 : ter careful consideration is the "This morning I met him on tho , which caused his death to ouiot Agnes, Therefore, it is certain that it cau ,er,,OB. fact that in all the States whoso street and asked him about some "'., ""..: aim , 5 ,i - CZXZ.Mb "erves, which had been badly received a fine lei of LomsviLLE, April 17. In an revenuo systems work systcmati-addrcs- s papers that related to my nice for not become a law this session. in 'scattered by his excessive use of HAVING Italian Marble, I am pre- Fullon Circuit Court Kentucky, to the Kentucky Democ- - cally have adopted some plan for Appellate Judge. He agreed to tVnt0rSulp a d spirits. Others believe pared to All all orders. Call and examine Herman Fethe and wife The record of tho party, so far as IliPdicnt was a case of deliberate Plaintiff, ") racy, declining to represent them equalization substantially like this, meet mo at II. L. Stone's office, v that it A0,-'3T- 0r work members of Congress can make in the next the war am sleeps beside Democratic convou-- Taxation cannot be uniform so Orders from the ctu&try promptly U. H. Uilson, &c, Defendants. JfEqutrr. infatuated and did; it, is already made, by votes al- tion, Mr. Henry Watterson says:! long as Assessors are allowed to where tho papers were, wo did her father and in ay 28 of no By virtue ora judgment and order of but Stone was busy, and aro vcithtx woman insanelycharacter, of ready titken. Then why continue "Circumstances, rather than any fix their own percentage without nothing. Mr. Corueilson took the ton, Va. Mary jealous. 8ale of the Fulton Circuit Cburt rendered and make their homo with at the February Term thereof, 1881, in it as a disturbing clement ! The inclination of my own, have for reference to what may have been box of papers in his hand, and as livhi" brother Custis, who succeedthe above cause for the Bum of Nineteen their tnopastten jears thrown mo moro' adopted in other counties he was leaving the office asked me ed his father as President of the Democratic people desire tariff JsKicrZCTft Sale. Hundred aud Forty-Sev- en Dollars with ui lueb lino personal if I would go then with him to his Washington University, at Lexinterest at the rate of 8ix per cent, per reform, but they wDl not hold the the party organization,relations to Hy tirtne of execution No. 2828, direcU annum frem the 4 th day or March 1SSJ, unand I office and examine the papers. 1 traveled Democratic party responsible for sat tor the State at large inhavo The Philadelphia Times says told him I would come after din ington. Miss Mary has the war, el to rat, which insued from,the Clerk's til paid, and S72.40 costs herein, I shall the office of the Hickman Common Pleas Court, proceed to otfer foraaleatthe Cliurt. House r (Davis old stand.) failure, until they have a majority last two .National conventions by that the drop in tho price of wheat, ner. As I passed down the street all over tho world sinco administrator, door, in Hickman, Ky., to the highest r, a vote approaching .unanimity. which in tho past four mouths has after dinner he.was standing ju and both arc most intelligent ladies. in favorW.of Jno. Finch, ono of toy Dep- All kindi of In both Houses. at PUBLIC AUCTION, oa MONDAY have not a greater or other con-I amounted to about thirty per front of his office. I accosted him Neither of tho daughters were against will, II. Below, I, orthe 12h day of on Monday, uties, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES the 12ih day of May 1884, at one o'clock, The Coukier, in a former issue, cern in tho selection of candidates cent., is beginning to manifest its pleasantly, and asked him if he married. May, 168-1between the hours of 12 p.m., or thereabouts (being Cbunty Court s o'clock, x , and 1 o'clock, r. M., at the usually kapt in a home, at bot day), upon a credit or six and twelve in discussing the possibility of and the adoption of platforms than effects in the increased number of would go up with me. AVe went California' Wbcut Crop, Court House door in Ihckioan, Fulton loci prices. becomes months the following describid tracts or Southbuilding a leveo from Hickman to snared ma good Democrat aud is failures in tho West and during up stairs together into his office Public Sale, to the parcels of land lying in Fultoa, county, TJ'.Aa, common with me bv west. The suspensions April 18. Ed- county, Ky., exposo to following property, FlXCr GAUDIES, Sax highest bidder, the Tiptouville remarked that we thousands of Lnmnwntift nit;nu the nast week were 103 in number. and closed the door. I askod him win F. Fkancisco, UINCE-MLAT, PI CKLES Kentucky, to--acres Smith. Secietary of tho (or so much thereof, as may be necessary if he was ready to examine the About 200 of land, nor or lew, would have more hoxe of its sne-ces- s who neither hold nor seek office, against 143 for tho previous week papers with me. Ho said Col. State Agricultural Society, sub- to satisfy PliiintiiFij debt, interest, aud CRXXEERRIES, JIOJIINY, GRJTS now owned by said defendant, H.H. Wll ' and I can see no reason why 1 an(l 13 HI and 98 for the corres-shoul- d Johnsou had tho key to tho box, mits the following as his conclu- costs,) to wit : Plat A'o. 2 in b division if more reliance was placed son, and being portions of the S.E. and .". S 3D DC "XH C 32 put upon myself tho weeks of 1SS3, 1SS2 and and he would havo to go for it. sions concerning tho California of the lands of Jas. Davis, deceased, cong '. quarter of section 30, and the K. W. on home help. To this tho Lake ficos and responsibilities of a ser- -' 1881. In this list are included six Just then, and, after I had seated wheat crop from advices up to sisting of 43 acres, and bounded as fal- Sugar, ColFeeSj SoajiK, quarter of section 31, all in township lt &. range 6 west, being the entire tract of Star, in its last issue, replies as vice which lows: Degiuninz at a post at the southat all points is difficult banking companies, whose offices myself in a chair, he handed me a April 11: "From present indica- west corner of Plr.t No. 1; thence west "5 ?"Wil not be undersold. land now owned by him in said three qaar follows: aud thankless. It is doubly so at AVere indulging in a greater or less printed petition for a rehearing in tions the yield will exceed that, of polo to a post; thence south 96 poles to a and bounded as follows: On the south "True words, manfully spoken ! a time when party strife and pri- - degree in the dangerous practice the case referred to of Howard 1880. Without some unforeseen post; theuceeast 76 poles to a post; thenot Will pay full price for Butter, Egja, fcc tarethe lands conveyed by H. H. Wilson to by Self-hel-p poles the is reliable. But Lake vat aims give pcodIo such .RP!tllI. w 111 uihiuijd. H. S. IKilson, on the north by the lands f i wum vs. Corueilson, signed by Judge element overtakes us the crop will north 90 deeded to J. J beginning;by being D P. the same to Walker couuty already stands in the front assurance of disinterestedness in cah Nevjt. year sixty per John, cnmmitfsiouvr an 1 by Walker to Uc THE BARTER GROCERY- - Mat Fowler, andlho30ofE. H. Wilson, Wm. Lindsay, and said ho wanted exceed that of last (conveyed to them by said H.H. JFilsoa,) lino of "home help," and is wist- their public men. Ihave no doubt me to read it. I told him I would, cent. The only fear now is tho lew; levied upon as the property of V, On tho east by the Dy ersburg road and said gazing across tho waters, ho- that the policy of revenue reform fully JL MONTGOMERY, turning i he over. nsual north winds that sweep the II. Bclew. MR. IJ. his friends and Ihe public that lands sold to U. S. H'ilson, and on tat Estimating Congress to be in and began"that opinionleaves great Sacramento and San Juan valleys to TrKMS. ping for a "second" from "Fulton, now fairly inaugurated at WashSile will be made on a credit He said, is a west by said lands conveyed toE. H. Wil(3) months, bond with approed he Una opancd a new and fresh cuj ply cf son and the township line between 6 and. Obiun and the other counties." ington will be completed at Chica- session 200 dajs a year, the salar- outrage on me,' or words of this in May and June. Should these of throe require I, security bearins interest at the all kinda of Famut Gkockbies, which Ve 6. Also, the S. IK. quarter of section 19, At tho last session of our county go m a frank ami exnosi- - ies of Senators and Representa- import, 'and you aro responsible winds prevail while the grain is in rate of S per cent, per anuam, from d will sell as low as the lowest. He is reatives amount to about $10,000 a tor it anil witnout warmu". even tho last stages of maturity tho of salo, aud hiring the court a large committee of our tion of Democratic principles and dy at all times to exchange Grocerm at township 1 range 5 west, owned by said force and effect of cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chicken, or II. S. lpilson and conveyed to his by R. D. most experienced citizens wore i 1'vov.o, mu mat a iickci. win uo day. while I was sitting down in las yield will be materially lessened. a replevin bond. , any kind of marketing that the farming Brown, Apr-- 27, 1880. The Cbsamiasioner appointed to inquire into the prob- named in harmony with the integW. C. JOHNSON. Bhff. P. C. office, where I had gone bv ap Reports of the Hessian fly come friends may bring in. The higher wsr will first sell the N. IF. quarter of section able amount required to remove rity of the traditions and spirit of two counties, but it April 16, 1881. 19 township 1 range 5 west, and if itdoes with him ket price always paid. Irishmen havo been pointment he began and on his me from ono or to ascertain the preFourteen one source of destruction in the the party. I h0p0 that the not bring enough to satisfy said debt inis too early striking M. MONTGOMERY & ERO. J. in Dublin and aro to be terest and costs, be will then sell the re"other counties" as well as our SALE AND LIVERY STABLE State convention will arrested treason and felony. The with a hickory cane and subse- valence of this insect. tried for maining tracts, or so much thereof as may own. We propose to do the "home appoint a trustworthy and reprequently with a cowhide, which h be necessary to satisfy same. Cr sufficient he!)" act to the utmost of our ca- sentative body of Democrats to arrests have revived to a consid- had concealed under his coat. I thereof to produce the sum of money B) or& pacity, aud if Fulton, Obion and join in the good work of choosing erable extent the Fenian excite- had a small cane in my hand, of dered to be made. For the purchase price, 0X0 tho other counties will but put lit leaders for tho coining strug- ment on the green isle. KENTUCKY STREET, the purchasers, with approved surety or which tho violence of his first as- 25cts Lower than the Lowest reeurities, must execute bonds, bearing letheir shoulders to tho wheel we gle, and of shaping a party policy constantly on hand forhlr sault disarmed me, and when I atSOHSK, no sloro ren KEEPS sale I hare no clerk oxpanssp gal interest from the day of sale until will redeem more land and save toward the triumph More than one-hal- f tho internal tempted to recover it, he threw nnd pay cash for all Dy Groceries, and of the right, paid, and having the force and effect of a HORSES, BUGGIE8 and HACKS. moro property than any other im- and I shall do my duty none the revenue receipts of the Govern- his hand under his coat and said: therefore can soil a3 cheap as the cheap - oxo judgment. Bidders will be prepared 19 Having purchased the stable, LorXS provement on tho river can with less faithfullv Mit.i Kralonsly be ment comes from the four States 'Put down that cano.' I believed est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon comply promptly with these terms. Keeps B. Flaiama entire the same outlay of money. Will cause of my "resolution to servo of Illinois, Xcvr York, Ohio and from his motion he was armed. I Star Flour, 26 cents cheaper than the low and propose fooutflt of W.. business, and 2nd cool, the very Mt mnkes of Ttr. frrxU GEO. WARREN. we continue Ibo and polite and attentive clcrlv to JOHN WITTING. you do it !" ' Kentucky. Master CuuMbsioSEa ervc metomers. had on my overcoat and was un- - st. solicit patronage' iu tho ranks. Partv l.. rbeen EDEMAS QQSKI3S.I "fighting nrrcinrmiinn we have"1 am! JK. S E2S5S1 eia m& E&giaiJ mm T H' n (Ju-pr- 11 Epllt-cp.rnu- ttcrM-rpuuw- 1 on iTMLSi! t' t- i IC.-7II11- H PRICE. E X DEPOT FOR all-sorbi- e detna-gngucry- '.ari , Attorneys at Law? j HERTWECK, B ALTZER no FOE SALE. in i wm. i i fellow-member- J&4.ssSsssav, t jjfr Bonduraiii $ Breswjh Hickman, Kentucky. MIR) pub-lishersh- us -- THE OLD RELIABLE IAS. A. IIOLCOMBE, I.' QUO -- i.j TIP r, j j i I ! ji 3. B.&. i-- s , P'ing r .... siss-anl- CD p"fc I J. W. BOGBES, - -- "--- -- -- i.,i rir... GEOCEEIES, ' 1 a ,i.r,;nr;nXr ;- nif su-aft- er - moifl ijMLT ftEY bid-de- , first-clas- wit: A eacri-!londin- i I Di5-uuu- ut imst Faris Parkeb, TIYOLI HALL. Jos. Proper. " j9i. fj i.- -. t- - Ul