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" - v wn " "y f: '""ninwi wwri- f- THE wSSf Fine Job Printing PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, lyQE0RGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. mcSgUM Ballilar, CUntoa THE HICKMA ITlie COURIER iu V 390B ' EXECUTED &8S wfKI With Neatness and Dispatch. ?rSKk, St. QEORQE WARREN, Editor. Oldest Newsjjnpci' pstoxii " Koii-fcuolc- ! Ml ll!L:?-- . BALE BILLS, ErrvELOPES. LETTER-HEADS, ' BILL-HEAD- S. r - lasrviTA.'rioisrs, Price of Subscription, $2. THE WUITTLEIt. I ESTA BUSHED 1859. T HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 2, - etc:, ETO, - 1884. VOL. XIX.-N0- SB Tho (hitlin? Cnnr. tnm.-r.-- r. JUXT3 SIOIB XJm- - armed than usual, havinjr that momlnf fit nlace in the corps that of transitleft his belt, with a brace of pistols and man which I occupied until the road one the blade Is a dox ot cartridges', in camp to be was completed. His tailfe Is an of tho Kind cleaned, only his Winchester Our miraculous escape was long tho 4Tiflt,whllowitueaseit cuts new cheese, Its carbine, taking carrying twelve shots. Ho 'subject of wonder on the frontier, cage turns on the rind. that eo now determined to sell his life as dearly where it was regarded as the most mar-a- s .And It bears the manr old knives tell. possible, and, counting every shot, velous on record, as we fought against "IXL." The prehistoric rebus iu the letters to be sure that he saved one for himself :iuli fearful odds, l hone the narrn- ' The6nrlnff I? worn and shortened, ind Uie as a demur rrsvrl in case of capture. 'tinTiVI have written it will bo intcl-sinc- c biaJe.vl.lch backward Jeans, I fear I have not made it as death bv his own hand was Oft closes on the finders when opening sarable to slow torture.. Twice more lu dear as 1 could verbally. It alw: dines: Though 'tis worthies yet the owner of IU shot in quick succession without fatal excites mo-tiiunic or tell of it X. r. merit much doth blow, some "boot" when asked to trade eU'ect, when ho suddenly put spurs t) Ecfiiiug Post. he at least should get the" toe. his horso aud dashed through the Ihe. A Fattl Rehearsal. The TvhIUlcr sits and whistles, whon the At this moment there was a genetal scramble aud rush for him. some trvhg weather will permit, It mav not be generally known to the On a jroods box on the pavement, where he for him with their spears, others seiziig lovcth much to sit, iinlior.--o hiii. lower classes that one of Adolina I'atti's Ann he talkcth of the tariff to a friend from his legs and striving to peculiarities is that in private life she up the pike. He succeeded in the twinkling of While ni4 shavings and his arguments are nro in throwing them all off. and eve, U? continually oxperimenting and prac- valuable alike. killed a sceonu man ritlinsr at his side ticing the details of her art. Tho great In the southwest the whlttler In the most per- nutting his gun against his (thej Mrs. Siddons is said to have considered fection bloom. the Indian s) body ami blazing away, the "all she world s a a stage" so literally And ho carveth strips of poplar and the "ordered beefsteak with the ulowltspuriin&.ovoblloward's buckskin that hrnnmnfnmn n ll0 Ho bath ho Ingenuity and couldn't waVeMf a trngedv. oueeu,'' but the jrreafc Tior36:' ni songstress le:rzrnsisTlUlcainr If the penalty for failure was the loss of bU stant he freed himself from them anil nvial and avails herself of even . moro nrosaie incidents tn right ler. lir srot clear alone on open ground ahead ideas of artistic effect. .Tho policeman poses near the middle of the of them, where Ihev were not in danger. I he other eveninn- n. linll linv riwliixl street. of killing each other iu shooting a And whittles very solemnly, quite deaf to hirif. thev tired a vollev of bullets and .breathless into the onine of tln pussiujr icet; "Vrm ia it liim tf tiipm lilt hini.?KHotel," and informed Count Smith that ioud think his mighty brain upheld the land WO a!1 on even' brink ,,rc ' " ho was entirety ' n l ?-Ho s thinking, very probably, where next he'll and up to this moment J I01'' unharmed. Hail his horse been equalhW get a unns. room indicated, l'.111.1 ,,. frtrtnnt thfe irn.,1.1 .InnhtW IwvaP,. i.1(,i. v i ..ri. ., -- !. n tl, - I.nrcoww n. IP j ,.. In this section, wbero horse trading Is an "C lJ i... VUU Ol U1C TOOlllS OI .,.., "".""" .l,t l"r ""- "".. :,..,: every-uai.ltf:, ..:.,, uuair no responso to . . , , VP , animal, superior And the young men have a mania for trading r""" iu-- upencu ine tioor aim was n.,;.. 4V..x i.t,i;A everywhere. shot the first Tins whittling serves a purpose, for the received at the beginning of hostilitiej $?"!?'? to, ble,.1?ld tho hv' Pale aml traders, bound to He, d ,cl,e(1 clutchin? a chair for Hata to look each other honestly and squarely had cuta small arterv, ami from this tlf at him with a ook of m mu eje. 6ut a steady stread h. to that thrilled r"r: ABdsoat night in circles where the Idler that, together witlThls violent evcrtion 'the Tht hMTtel ?,bcial ,3 heart- - shc marbled: lores to sit Avas fait sapping his strength. And listen to horso arguments and question rurselr Indians, seeing this, were encouraged able wit. in VhteoLgtaSM"00 Something like this you'll hear at times: "Dill to continue uio pursuir, ami iiieig aml with a terr;,;cd movomont she Griggs, who shot Jim Gray, eader, mounted on an American stage closC(l aclosot door Got whittled outen that bladk mar he's had norse sioien tue oay oeiore so long. wrong?" gasped tho Jt'ttrmenas MU. in A". 3". Zlertury. staiona few mi les back :, which they amaze(l Jbul "stretchrt 0Stering tho hadburneu, murtleringalltheiumatesjj ro0m succeeded so well in keeping pace wi4 Tripping gaily toward him, the prima A PERILOUS ADVENTURE. him that Howard could almost fed smFltnl fomllv. let out a couple of the high C's at the chandelier, and mur- fciisiiieerliiy on the Plains Fifteen his breath from tho nostrils . pursuers horse. Ihus Jhet m5rad M enr Ago Feat of Howard Schuyler .rapiilc Story of Mauser and Cour- - rode, nose to tail, for a mile or tsgj ..Uo father you must the Indian occupying the time id indeed 1ms fatigued by your long walk "ifc. From Itouen." siv The kindness of a kinsman of the late shooting at Howard. Three pistols, flesr, "W-h-- a stammered the bo- shooters, he emptied, and bullets Howard Schuyler has furnished us with the following interesting story of the around poor Howard on even- side! wildered recorder of mythical "ox- M perils of engineering life on th'e Plains Fonr moro entered the poor horse? tras. already so badly wounded, a bullet1 ine singer instantly changed nor ue- oniy uitcen vcars ago: pierced Howard s clothes at his sideil meanor to that of a proud woman -no in in a receuL tetter irom rrlocci struggling with rage and jealousy. forms mo of your request that I should nnotlinr nut. tlin ctrn nf liic firtbt . write out in detail the story of Howard's which was lost, another cut oil his spur. After a couple of indiguant cadonzas miraculous escape from the Indians, as burstingthe heel slightly butnotdrawiog she trilled a recitativo: Marquis "I hare snt for blood; a fourth I had narrated it to you. If it is a breech of his rifle, pierced the wooden Denounce a thief.you. hnvo beentorobbed 1 a he carried it in his matter of interesttoyou.it will certainly Of a case of Jewels, and that woman hand almost striking iUrora his grasp; Is tho criminal!" ui! a pleasure to me so to ao. others struck the saddle, and in short And with glaring eyes and outstrotched "In the month of June, 1S69, when they scemod to strike everywhere but fingershe pointed to a dress lying upon the grass and flowers on the plains of where they "A woman!" cried the Kansas and Colorado were nearly knee-hig- Howard waswere aimed. All this time tho bed. the result of unusually abundant his shoulder endeavoring to reach over Chesterfield of the Register, now conand get a shot at tho In- vinced that the twenty dollar ticket rams, which left clear pools of water in dian, but at every such movement tSe boom had turned the diva's head." "I all the little arrovos. a corns of Kans.i Pacilic engineers under the leadership savage slipped under the belly of his don't see any woman!" and chanted tho star, in low of Howard Schuyler, were engaged in horso on went out of sight, exeepka nana ineiaancana neei on the hacK. tromolo notes, full of agony and making certain preliminary surveys in Finally, all ammunition ehaiMef,the the vicinity of the terminal "town of "1)01 not hoar bis blood Phil Sheridan, near the border line of Indian resorted to his spear, and with Still drip on the marbk- iJor?" the wooden handle gave Howard one the two States. They had been out on or two He lies in the alcove yondor. Come let us peep at him. a trip of several months in the direction knock severe raps on tho head, trying to him out of his saddle without. Five stileftos in his lrunt. of Denver, and had returned to the end How Venice wdl shout .of the track to bcghi the definite loca- aTail, but at last Howard's horse, tiiat JialLj dragged Uio 'trembling man to Dcen tottering snaKiiy, irom loss or tion, which wo afterward carried blood, fell on his knees, and the bay window. the Indian through to Denrcr. time I had "I I don't see anything,'.' faltered end been with the party some two or three rushed up tohorse the contest. to At that the autocrat of the counter, meditating instant the his feet stnursrU'd months, taking my novitiate in engi- agaiu and Howard saw oppor- how he could make a running start for neering, and was occupying the posi- tunity had come, his foe that his his side, the door. was at tion of rodman. Prior to commencino-thBut tho absorbed artist beat time with location, we were running some and he quickly thrust his title against her little foot for a moment and thon the Indian's body and fired, blowing a rapid trial lines north of Sheridan, and hole largo as proceeded al crescendo. by the 19th of June, were some lift ecu one's through that seemed asshrieked, Wouldst betray us, then, hnrehenrt? arm. The Indian Traitor! It Is thou alone Shalt tire the palaoe. or twenty miles out in a roll- leaped out of his saddle, and fell to. the Hero is thy torch ing country, where the heads ground on his face,-- dead. I alono will guard tho postern. of the Smoky Hill and RepubliAnd she handed the champion handLooking saw shaker. about, Howard can Porks of the Kaunas River inter:t match, and, seizing a proplock. On the evening before our camp the remainder of the band erty dagger from the. raantolpiece, at a prudent distance, for placed her back against the door, meanhad becn'brought up to the end of our work, and we started out" bright aiid by this time they began to look upon while running tho scale in a manner early on- - this memorable Saturday him as a. god, invulnerable to all their that made the very walls crack. morning, so that by ten o'clock we weapons. When, atla-t- , tho poor horso "Now, if I yell ont for help, I supwere several miles away from camp. fell prostrate, and apparently dead, pose I'll be murdered," groaned Smith, In all our work we had been accom- they all Hocked up to make a final dis- - who was bathed in a cold perspiration of their troublesome enemv. "This crazy woman will slice me all panied by an escort of fifteen infantry lut Howard, undaunted, lay quietly tip." Just then his eye fell upon the soldiers, under the charge of a Lieutenant, acting iu the capacity of a camp-guar- down behind the body of his horse, and electric fire alarm button. who. while they were very useful when they came within short range. "Certainly I'll lire the palace!" he in guarding our base of supplies, were took deliberate aim and tired, killing said aloud, and lighting the match, ho disof no protection to us in the tield. Our another man. This unlooked-fo- r applied it to the aforesaid safeguard. party numbered thirteen all told, two aster completely demoralized tlieni, In a few seconds the door was burst of whom remained in camp as cook and and theyllcd in all directions. Within open by sis porters carrying Uabcock teamster. The working partv was three minutes not an Indian was in extinguishers, and before he could pretherefore reduced to eleven, iuchidin" sight. He turned his attention to his vent it, had made a flabby wreck of Howard, w hose custom it was to ride horse, loosened tho girth to take off the the Count's shirt-fronseveral miles ahead, looking out the saddie, aud was surprised when the besides almost squirting Patti's head oil aud her shoulders: line and indicating it by building sod animal drew a deep mounds two or thrco feet high with" a struggled to his feet, lie then led liini The Count rushed out to shovel. Wc followed from one mound slowly to where tho rest of the party for tho Lunacy Commissioners,telegraph and it had made a stand about their wagon, took all the to the next, measuring angles and disdiplomacy of ilapleson, directances and leveling the ground. Our and as he approached from one who arrived just then tosquare matters. progress was as rapid almost as a man tion I camn limping up from the other, The was with a bullet in my, right leg. The the Count dozenfinally pacified with would walk at a moderate pace, and elegantly embroidgift of a we were exceedingly vulnerable to at- Indians had paid their gentle attention ered fronts, but they do say that he has to the rest of us during the time How- since tack, as" we were alf separated, strung given the rfiW a wide birth, and vout over a distance of a mile or more. ard was having his light, but fortunately never hears her electric voice in the not in force, and we succeeded in get- court while Howard was always out of sMit yelling for chambermaid. aud ottvuriu inues aneau, but having ting together at the wagon withont the or more towels, her ithout w been outreral months without seeing loss of a man, I being the only one behind a rack and shivering likehiding a dog any Indian signs wo had no suspicion wounded in the whole engagement. swallowing a bone. Derrick Dodd, in of danger not dream thcro As soon as Howard joined us we started Han Francisco Post. were any Indians V the countn-- . "We on the retreat for camp, "the Indians altenvards knew thivt thr? l.n.l wn harassing us the whole wav. They Fatality Row. .' watching us some days and were simply would form in single file or alf abreast, and charge as though they were goin waiting for the There .is a superstition among old onnor- - j tunityto make tho attack, uavimr ovi - ) lo ri,le riht ovcr us' but on Kclt,nS members about sitting in a certain row dently planned to kill Howard first and w,tnin sllort. ranre would wheel and re- - of seats in the Iljue on account of tho Ure. after dischanrimr a volley of shots deaths that have occurred among the then come back idmio thn linn wni-;off the rest of the nam nnn hv nni. tthat would tear up the earth all around oL this fatal line. An old Wft.roosttaVrif.v!njcto-mo,tv- . In mirsunncn nf thsa nlnn tlinv lav ;, "? in speaking of Fatality Row L iv boy fresh from school, who had never Jmember"No, you couldn't get mc to sit wnit. until thnv bad. nnrnoroH ...u. u . -. ....v,v. hi said; trap when they tired a shot, striking his experienced any sort of warfare, and'jttherc. I'm not ready to die vet." ihorse in the hip; and looking around had never even seen a gun fired by one Then lowering his voice to an awful ho saw a long lino of the red painted man at another but Howard, who hsd lie continued, looking cau devils on three sides of him, while on gone through four years of war of the tiously about: rebellion, anq had seen three years or tnc lonrtn. in the direction of his nartv. "There are lots of members in the was half a mile or more of broken ,uorc of borthT .Ivarfar,c 1.with inUians. i .. House you couldn't get to sit there, it... ground, cut up by deep narrow ravines. Vi either. Whv, when the seats are drawn I " ii iook Din a moment to decide hisw--tie walking alone s?vc-- V 'ihundred vards 5 t the openim- - of, ,;. each Concxes some """vr 7 ', ofact'on Puttincr th? side. TIiov charged, but .abUt th ono . hetxirncd to tho onXoole ofes- fatality th it hangs seats rclreatea ...he.. ''e k"" leil .,ndWd 1,r,eU cape, and, to the surpriseof the Indians, j e uncomfortable until they are are all Arriving at camp after an hour s ride went leaping over the ravines, ono after for fuar it wm faH lot to the other, at the risk of his life, but ' &? running light, we found the escort t o;eaau when it comes to choosi- nwun ine assuranco mat they could not """""i'y ""'"" iW,u J"sl amriing &.t,Vecn the-- o and the otherwise les3 ; follow him, as none of their ponies out to pick up our dead bodies, forthejfer . bp r tSey always scoj so many Indians about that rV ' were c )ual to tbe work, and to keepup h,-,.,- , fiC.,u yon noticed :a a i i mi ine pursuit, mey were ODiigeui to make the' mniin sure iiji were all i.iiia.i knw these seats are in?nrallv the last It was a scene of mutual i iSken, unless they aiv clioacn by new a long detour. congratulation, and as'lacmbers? Well, it's a fact-- The old Having once got clear of the broken joicing tney had mat irmnnd. How.ifd. lnnkino- - bnot-- fn.m.i wo nau 'careu Ken are particularly nervous about sithimself well ahead, and was congratu - I ,u,et an "tl,,ne,1.V 'ate. A hasty council ting there."' li3 latino- himself nn ko easy an P?nu of "nr """ held .v, to ........ was to bo . "Why is this rataiity Uow more thaL Wo ltnMniirtniic Tn l.n .' when hesaw directly before him, spring- nnno isy of ihe others? 'asked the reporter. ing out of tho grass, a formidable array ' opinion that it was folly to continue $5" Why? 1 guess if you'd count over of Indians, intercepting his flight; those work without a larger escort and a per. H your ltugo-- s and sen how many pursuing in the rear closed up", aud al- sonal body guard, besides it was ne Senibers have died before the end o most before he could realize fho situa- cessary that my wound should b ' .L?u.n. ttrlirt lllkLI CAtlfi in I Ilia V1 .i- .,.i t tion he found himself again entrapped, drc ssed. Lonsequently it was decide L l WOi .i.iw ' "to turn our faces in of this time by & line of Indians that enSheridan , which we did, arrivin!r.the',lU10U,,J u.' . .? 7 ""r"""" tirely encircled him, numbering about IN L'lfHtlV " w., v..a.u. . one hundred, as near as he could judge. late : in the afternoon, the i.rIndians fn!. rS' Congress, ith tho Forty-tift- h ... U1 iu. n i op "'" Thev rapidly narrowed the limits of the mP anWith- "LKt' atul niaj be one other are tho a.! who hfivft .Iio.i witliTii a circle, and began taunting him with all nortunitv to attack us a?rain. H1CU1. ir I l ...u a:. n.,i VViu if: wi wijiv I nnoclinn 114 .jnro : !.:,. manner of insults, and telling him of fhom hoximoo t(V3t,.V4.A nf .VVliV r.lV .. "- . .-r K n anWood the tortures that awaited him and of tho as they had lost heavily, while we had rlfakell. Hartridgo. Williams (of Mich- slow roasting that they proposed to give escaped euurely Ihe horse that carried Howard him. For several minutes he sat on his i;0v Douglas aud one or two horse trying to reconcile himself to the nobly through the first hght ultimately loSprswhom - can't name just now. certainty that death was before him. recovered, ihrcp of the five bullets rOa - old also sat in this row. There is but whea the first struggle was over all were extracted, I afterwards took hini fef;rth;n.r j5it. I tell vou. I would trembling ceased, and with as true an home to Burlingame, where ho was tit ihnn. ' ir.AMi'ti X aim as ever huntsman leveled at a deer, carefully fed and pampered for sumo a:ar. he drew up his rille and fired at the years till he died. in- him killiug man, I recovered from my wound very Cyrus No thrup, of Yale nearest P'eideticy of tho and within six wp rejoiind lygk lias .nv' ' Etxutly. Earlier ia the fight he had rli-ni- f thai k was store lightly tho party, receiv'nj: promotioni to tha MSBe - W : u.c t. tAiCra.li. I j . prefer-Hifribl- c. o And-w&nts "-Ttn-st- Handsomo Black Dresses. 1112 DAIRY. let's Have tlm Truth. 3 SCHOOL AND CHURCH. 1 1 y high-spirite- d ,"" - 1 !- - . -- "i n 'v-- 'f ffng .' sup-bloo- io-tiu- y. auag "A-anythi- a-t- - ... The handsomest black wool dresses have the basque and drapery of Henrietta oloth, with a soft vest and plaited kilt of striped black and white or strqies of black satin or oFvol-veto- n ecru or else checked black and .white silk on which are raised black velvet figures. French laco in many full frills is the trimnvng. Moro dressy brack toilets to bo worn throughout the Minim r have black China urnpe w ith embroidered figures for the basquo or princosso while the skirt maybe of altcrnnto breadths of this crape and of F.scurial net, or else it may be of black satin eovpred entirely by two or three doep flounces of laco, cither Chantilly or French imitations thoreof, or the rich Kscurial laces. Kcru laces and the jetted nets are also used for such dresses. Lace dresses, as the are called, will I e the summer fancy for "blaj5kSfilrwSas,aniljare already worn in the lldnsc: these havo. throe wide flounces of real or of imitation thread lace around the satin surah skirt, a deeply draped apron, which may be made of a laco shawl, and a basque made of pieco hue laid ovor satin. 'Uio noelty, however, in such lace dresses is suggestions of the full round gathered skirts which it is predicted will at no distant day bo restored to favor. These lull sKirts are made up ovor n elo?clv gonil skirt of black silk. which is bor- dered at the foot with a soft drooping puff of satin. On such a skirt imagine ihe full broadths, three of Kscurial lace and two of embroidered China crape, shirre 1 at the top, not gored, and fulling full on the sides and back, while the flat front breadth is covered with crosswise ruilles of lJsourial lace in which jet tasse's droop. At the top of tho front is a very short wrinkled apron of tho China crape, and the basque, of the same crane, has some draper at the back. The mantle for this dress has tho back and fronts of crape, with tho sides of Kscurial not; laco aud jets are the trimming; the small bonnet is of the same material, and tho gloves are reddish Black are made up with nn s that has tho basque front sides, sloped to long poplum-pointo- d while the back is in prineesso shnpp. Black velvet ribbon, beginning in the under-arseam, is tied on the front in a point, and the peplum ends hato each gros-grain, gms-grai- n, over-dres- s, calf the first milk fronr ihe cow's uifikf. tho last is often too rich for it Tho jlmcttcan Dairyman says: A hayseed in 'a6w's eye will turn it while. It wiHfcnnio all right in a day or two if leftalono. If doctorod wo don't know wfceri it will get well. It has l)&hown that "a pail of milk standii!gton minutes where it is expose I to thdscenjt of a stable orjRBy other offensive odor, will receive alt aint that will never leave Give th i - strong-smoll-in- g it." &t& It is chiijiejijthat while cows giving eeeptiotialljSIrge quantities of milk will sonietimgliac large butter tests, ' as a rule tWitfopthings do not go together, beinjttconsistcnt with each In another month orso it will bo timo to begin advertising Northern summer reports, and wo take this earlyopportu-nit- y to ask a great favor on behalf of the whole American Nation. We sincerely hope that some one hotel man out of the 10,000 may ccmc out with an honest statement of facts. So far as tho resorts of Michigan.', and Wisconsin go wo hopo to see an advertisement about as follows: "This hotel can accommodate about seventy-fiv- e guests in a decent manner. Any one over this number can expect to sleep on tho porch. Our rooms are furnished with cheap JIurniture, poor carpets and budding of the most common sort-- Any one of our mattresses is warranted solid enough to answer for . 4rfijjnuTSS5T6?haHiunly.Thcasl oilier. j9lBr TherelwSWiftncrsl opinion, among a meat' rV.1 block-- "This hotel is notf romantically situ- liiwf nt rtrA lhUTiWliiAAniaV.iitlifiriJ teats V ho superior milkers. This is oftenxtbo fact, and one reason doubtless is, tint cows which give largo quantities of iVh milk are most liable to those injujes from inflammation which so often destroy one of the teats. A PcnnsyVania farmer writes: "On my farmpf 120 acres wo kept, during 1888, abiut 35 cows; tho number variod soupwhat, a few moro in wintor than in summer. From these arajr we v high-shoulder- tan-colo- r. gros-grai- ns over-dres- m h, "S-.t-s-A- .'" das-pai- r. - a large passementerie ornament, or else ribbon loops and floating ends. The front and skies of the skirt are coverod by a decp.sharph poiuted apron that has nve wide folds turned upward ncroit; it, and en each fold is laid a row of embroider)- - or of lace. For a black satin skirt that is covered by two ory deep llama lae flounces helddowirtiach side by rosettes of black satin ribbon, the basque front and princcssc back are made of black embroidered China crape, with a sat'n vest, and the new feature of this is cutting away the basquo beside the vest, and sewing a side of it to wide laco flounce on "droop carelessly on the satin vest from the throat down, and fall in drapery on the hips. -- Harper's Baiar. -e.-c- I. " At-th- is The Xcstcr. e - iol-lowi- ng " -- d, awe-inspiri- t, anajj most-favorab- le, n. The nostor in Texas is the cattle king's neighbor, but botween them there is a wide gap iu rank. A man may own a section of land and hart fifty. ICO or 200 head of cattle, but' he is only a noster. His GK) acres may be worth 8, $5, $10 an acre and with his htock his possc-sioma)' foot up from $15,l!C0 to $20,0tM, but he nevertheless is a nester. His land is " a farm" and his stock "a bunch." When he counts his pasture, owned or leased, by the section instead of by the acre then he has got "a rnnge." and when his stock is turned on bv the thousand instead of bv the hundred head he has "a herd." Then lie is a genuine cowman. He joins a He has I is live lock association. brand known and recognized from tho Rio Grande to the top ties of counties. When he goes to the city tho papers refer to him as Mr. tho cattle king. "There are two ways pi treating those nestors," said Charles 11 Brown, country stockman, to tho a correspondent, "I've seen 'em both tried. On oue side of mc I've got a neighbor who fenced his range without any particular regard to what tho ncsters wanted. When they complained he talked back pretty stinly and told them the road would have to go where he wanted it to. Well, they've cut down twenty milos ot fence for him. Another of my neighbors is Eelskin Davis, That first name is the ono the cowboys give him. Fcl-skgets through the year with less expense for his herd than any cowman in Texas 1 believe. When "he wants to round up or get his cattle together, ho says to the nesters around him. who've all got little bundles of maybo fifty or a hundred-hea- d of cattle, ' here, you fellows, como with mc. We'll run this thing together.' The)' all join in with him and get their cattle sorted out and branded. It's done on the mutual plan. The ncster is helped out, and P'elskin doesn't havo to hire herders. I don't think his cattle cost him anything like one dollar a head to carry them through o the year." Cor. St. Louis ns -- Pan-Hand- lo So-and-- (jlofic-Dtmorr- ot in das and windows are somewhat picturesque, when not interfered with by windfalls, swamps and brush-heap"We havo flies anil mosquitoes in plenty, and we neither ue nor mosquito bars. "There is good rowing, bathing and fishing. The rowing consists in poling an old scow up and down, tho Imtiiiug 35 cows we madi 8.133$ pounds of but- ground has a mud bottom, and when ter, which was sold for $3,1)80.18, or you catch a fish please lot ns know It. SI 12 for each bw. Thrco or four of Minnows furnished free to guests. them were hoifas with their first calf, Which means twenty-liv- e cents per and somo other! aborted. The calves dozen. sold for $143.75; "Tho climate is salubrious. Wo The djMCTicin Dairyman says there don't know what salubrious means, but is one point that&hould be deeply imwe have lots of rain, plenty of north pressed upon tht'dairyman's mind, and winds and very romantic fogs at night. s Uiat is if ho waiis to make a Fires extra. Va never know of any article of buttoi ho must churn often. one dying hero, but perhaps that is Never let the of 'am get over three days wo promptly ship all sick folks old, no matter low cold it may bo kep't. home before they "have a chance to die. jet old, flat and frinky. If cold, "The table of this houso is supplied If sour, tho wwy will eat up tho best with very poor meats, Chicago butterbutter globulei Churn as often as you ine, a fair grade of potatoes, adulterated , can. coffee, poor tea, second-clas- s bread and In Mafrejho number of milch cows tho usual assortment of picklos and has largely iaireased during the year sauces. Children eating at tho first talast past 'Ints is especially the "case ble will be charged full price. All in those oonrfies which are giving re- meals sent to rooms will be extra. "Washing-list- s will bo furnished at newed attention to dairying by tho factory or bjftho private dairy systems. tho oflice, but tho proprietor recomA gcnoral iQorease in tho number of mends you to go over to tho swamp and cows is rotirncd from nearly all tho wash your own shirts if you waut extra counties. Jfilch cows have found an nico work. "Our rates arc $3 per day, or $15 increased demand from the Boston per week. While the tcrms'may seem market- Somo diirymon think at this sea- nigh to you, you should romemher that son of the ytnr, when cows are shedding wo must make enough here in three their coals, they should be furnished months to allow us to livo like nabobs with sera t oli ng posts. Thoy eertniuly tho rest of tho year. "Any one who may object to leaving seem to enjjy rubbing the hair off, while tho not can do them no harm. If a good home, pure air, plenty to oat s bed for the sake of you ever htd a piece of itcli in the and a my privileges as mentioned center of yir back, you would appreciate the oH saying: "(od bless tho above, should at once consult an cmi-nephysician. It is the eminent phyDuke of Argyle." American Dairysicians who recommend my hotel." man. Tho cowiterfe:t butter business has Detroit Free Press. become the biggest fraud of ihe age: 15,OUO,0 "0 pounds of butterine were Ituincd by Opera. sold last year in Now York. Thio is Now that Grand Opera has emptied made from. lard heated only to from 120 in IU) dirges, so that people who the pockets of two managers in this dnt butterine nfllCtn?inir(SRt,ihV,tiirk' 4 country tho case of Edward Thomas One valuablo fact has been lonrned in Delalidld becomes interesting, as showthe use of these fraudulent mixtures, ing, at any rato, that operatic impresathat tho American hog must hnvo been rios were no bettor off in the past than free from disease or we should have now. Helaliold fell heir to 100,1,0'). had thousands of cases of that dread In 1815 he invested it in a browery 7,600 a year. One disease, trichinosis, among tho con which paid him sumers of raw lard butterine. Boston unfortunate night for him it was in Globe. the summer of 147 he wont to iho -- An Eastern veterinary authority. Italian Opera at Covcnt Garden. Professor S. A. Heath, "says in the bile sitting in his box ono of the "hot a drop of managers, a Mr. Bealo, joined him, Tiwrtean Dairifman: fre-d- i milk fall into a glass of pure aud, after some conversation about the water. If the milk promptly dissemi- splendor of the scenery, the beauty of nates itself through the water, the cow the actresses, and the charm of the that yiolded that milk is not with oalf ; dancers, informed him confidentially but if it sinks to the bottom of the glass that the establishment was in dilliculty; as it falls upon the water and does not Persiani was gone, and money was reproduce but little of a milky cloud, the quired to pay the artistes, or the theater cow is prcnant. The specific gravity must close. To avert so dire a catastroand viscidity of the albuminous milk phe, Mr. Dolafield, whoso wealth seeiiied being heavier than water thus letains boundless, was asked merely to give a the drop of milk and causes it to sink." promissory note for 3,000. He was We advise dairymen to make a note of gradually led to' become a partner in t'ais and give it a test. If reliable the the management of its aflairs. The information may be of great value to terms on which ho joined the managethem. ment were that he was not to imur any Prof. Sheldon says: The period of liability beyond 15,000; but before th'e milking may be classed in three parts. year was over ho had lost four times For the first six or seven weeks after that sum. His partners all contrived calving the largest quality of milk per to shift the responsibility on his shoulday is produced. After "this the ) ield ders, and as long as he could draw falls oft" pretty considerably, but then upon his bankers, he continued to pay remains'at the same figure for two or tho various artistes at the following three months, when a Meady declino rates: ....ii-.lsets in until the cow is perfectly dry. 3Imp. Oris! .... 4.00U By careful feeding the best parts of the Mine. Albnni ..... wis milking periods may be prolonged, and Mine. Vlnrdot Garcia Mine. Castellan 1,1 tl this ought to be the aim of all milk Mmo. IVrsIunl 4JPJ producers. If green fodder and other SI?. Mario XTO Siir. Tamburini s. s bought The views from the veran- iirst-ela6- be-caii- so ll lirst-clas- on-joyi- nt service The silver communion Wonderful improvement? frjro SMJICU K13V OIUJIHUW liuui.d blKltfu a,f been made n thci f? ntmg gun, 4 and Dr. Gatlipg, the invcntor,W boen Uxbridsre, Mass.. has been found buried'' here for some days, illB'stratiS5them in a potato patch. Boston1 Post. Out of the 102 deatli3 ot to he leading men of the WarJJepart-inen- t. Ho has shown that theftpm can reported in the Baptist Year-Boowere between seventy and new fire on an average 1,200'sfois per thirty-thre- e continuoiLsly, arl tbejHfiest in- eighty at the time of , decease, ,tMcnly, minute ventions enable it to bifiired.. any lirtf u'rian i!npl,i nml ninott nnil tVf r e gravity were over ningty. A'. Y. Examined. Wjy angle. Before this Tho last census of India sliowsThatr prevented the firing uptftur'J "er downward beyond a certain Ucg"ee&Ht this tho native Christians aro increasing" has been entirely ovorcowc. a a shot fifteen times as fast as the general pQpd- can now be sent perpcadioiHarly into lation. The causes are ascribed to-- con- - ' f "a the air, and the gunscaa' bef aimed versions from tho as to throw bullets, incite ofi fort or higher birth rate and a lower dcathrato b among tho unristians man., amonr, any besieged forjificatwa.. . ; Jprdaa?JJi(lifl' is now Hindoos and Mohammedans. Dr. Richard sixty-si- x Ono of the school laws'bf ?few years ollh' IKJfea-ta- , certificate- shall she whihilfiy San, with York is that afriendlv face, bdtfe'llwaaeirte and a grante-- ' to any person tq teach in the nubliii schools of the State of Now York fi'ftilieiTstjlaj-MiJaaiiari'j- i the'Ebbitt llouseTa- , i,UW..- fc .trf..i ,SW. gun. and no ioiu me no,rftJHtt'tQ' 1yho'nay?rTOgffij'a. d.WtfWi'il53g nml nvcrifnfi. . imentit. Said he "I h:ul maik w.v. I aUHUilliUil tn imiaiui-- j 111 ....v.j, era! inventions before this, one of which with special reference to the etrects ot is uow in use was the wheat drill which "inoiic itnnKS, siimuiauis ;.uu all oer the country, and I think it was tho human system." rrf Thi I'ltUc-- l mv study oil it that prepared me for says that ..M- the Gatling gun. In 1861 1 was living "the religV.uXtjjtorcst in the colleges at Indianapolis. The war had broken seem to be gnkter this year than for out and the couutry was all excitement. seseral years' pW. In some of them My house was within a few blocks of the nearly all the staients have malic a . depot, and I was often present here profession of religKn. The religious wheu volunteers were departing for the impressions among re students aro,ty field, and al-- o when their dead bodies also deep and fervent. "She whole numwere at times shipped back homo iu ber of students is put ato,0fl0 and of a ' lf boxes for burial. One surprise to me those it is said are members of was that the number of men killed by the churches." sickness and disease was moro than The Methodists of Chicago havo,-those killed by ball or actual battle. thirty-nin-e ' One day I remember nineteen corpses thirty-fivCongregatiouamtsV'nvent) were landed at the depot; three had six; Presbyterians, twenty-thrcBau-- . been killed in battle. The thought tists, tweaty-fivo- ; Episcopalians, fif thon struck me if a gun could be in- teen. Tho conversions ddring the. j vented that would do the work of a year, according to Mr. Jacob's reporjt hundred men, and would require but a to the convention recently hold, num. few men to operate it, that the horrors ber: Baptists, three Hundred anl seventy-seven- ; of war would be greatly diminished, Congregationalists, one ! I.utherans,o.iiefcf and an end would come much sooner of hundred and every struggle. More men could sta; hundred and two; Methodists, one hun-jrt- i. at home, aiid lives would be saveci dred aud The thought took such hold of me that one hundred aud I commenced to work on it at once. Time. The result was the Gatling gun. Among the Methodist preachers of ' "My first guns were made iu Cincin- North Carolina are only two whose nati, and they would fire from 150 to salary is over $2,000. Tho whole con-'-- '' 250 shots per minute. I had six of them ference, IOC preachers, average $571.0J , manufactured in 18G2, when the foundry each. Reaching the other way there preadiors who receive V was burned bv incendiaries I suppose aro forty-eigRebel sympathizers and the guns wero less than $.'KK), averaging ?219 each; destroyed. Next I had thirteen guns seventeen who get loss than $200. aveight preach'orH made at what is now the type foundry eraging $158 in Cincinnati, and these I sent on by my who average SU5 each, and two who partner, a wealthy merchant ot Cin- get $110. In the Tennessee conference cinnati, to Washington to persuade the the thirteen highest preachers' salaries.tf Government to introduce them. Ho average $1,261.6:1, and the one hun- - , took them to Baltimore, where he left dred and fifty below these average twelve, and went with the other to $272, and the total average salary of The Chief of tho Ord- the Methodist preachers in Tennessee, . Washington. nance Department at the time was an is$80i.0A The Interior. The Chri-tia- n people who crowd old fogy. Ho received him coldly, told him he had no faith in his gun, and that into Mr. Moody's meetings to the ex- - .' ihSr1 k, the-fo- -V s,' -- .' broad-shouldere- d, - -t -- S ;?.. n' u.-cotieUp- ou . " one-ha- e o; -- cj fifty-seve- n; ht ea-jh- ; M k muskets were, on he believed tho whole, the best weapons for war fare. In short, he would have nothing' to do with him. My partner then left Washington and returned to Baltimore. Ben Butler waathcrO r!llrh- - troops. He had heard of the guns, and ho asked to see them work. As soon as he had done so he said he would buy them on his own responsibility, and did so, giving his voucher for $1., 000 for them. My partner hail this casLed, but at this time there was a great fall in pork, and 50,000 hogs which he had packed in Chicago with tho expectation of a rise had to bo sold. In a word, the break in the market ruined him, and my money went w ith him. So, for the first cost twenty guns I had made, at to m) self. I received nothing". Ben Butlor took th'e guns he had brought with him to the battle of I'etersoiirg and fired them himself upon theRebcls. They created great consternation and slaughter, and the news of them went all o or the world. Now they aro used by all the leading Governments of Europe and also in Asia and Africa. They enabled the Prussians to conquer Austria in 1S30, though the Atistrians had the larger forces, and thev shortened the war by Germany and Franco so that it practically lasted but 'a few v days. "The Gatling guns aro now made iu Hartford in this country and in Europe I Sell only at Newcastle-o- n to Governments, and the United States uses many of my guns. Tliey now take part in all wars, and you have seen the reports of the work they have" done iu flint-locthe-Twio. elusion of Ihe" unconverted received rather a neat rebuke not long ago. At- a meeting in a new part of London', Mr. Moody asked all who were Chris tians to rise, when about of the audience arose. Thereupon Nrt k Moody quickly said: "Now, do nottsSt' down; pass out at once. Gla'd to know that you are Christians, and so you niay.- . go, as I want the sinners to come in. As the stewards showed the Christians out a jrreat multitude which had been standing at the door filed in apd tilled the Tabernacle. X. Y. Examtner,'t three-fourtliV - I'DNHEST PARAGRAPHS. , ". . made his will. . Doctors say that the people yroulil be healthier if they ate moro onions, Undoubtedly.. they would. It w;oulil keep them from going out niglits.jv '" . Burlington Uawkcye. It was long ago decided that brunettes marry off laster than blbndHs': Untrue. It was long ago decidud that, blondes always marry first, because Relathes of a rich man never know . whether he is sane or not until nftor'Ho-h- as ,V' lndianapolit they are ' ' ?," Journal. ' A manufacturer of white vinegar claims that his compound is so mucti cidhrcou- better than tile coction that he has adopted the sign 'of "W ho will care for mother xioyi k light-heade- can lie used at the right time a considerable extra quality of milk may bo produced. - food, which stimulates milk secretion, Slff. Snlvl Sitr. Mnriol Sljr. ltopor 2.578 1.8M) 1,910 - Butter Tests. A largo number of tests have been made within a fw year. of tho milk and butter capacity of cows. They 3111k and -- -- j j .,-- ' n " al ' .'. if T. I m K. h' u-,- n-a- - bk I 1 - wi-nt- - i r- -r i 1" r:i ." ..u. - ."..': -- i ,, W fe-Pnf. -- "s I- j2?,.l,n '' y, X. fully and truly" reported. They have been accepted as correct by some, utterly disbelieved by others" and accepted by tho majority with a mental reervntion-tlint.ftays.- " "We would bo- licve vou under any other circum stances, but this story is too extravcrat'. agant." There has been without doubt a large number of remarkable records A Ccjloncsc Night. published in which the truth was strictly There is no twilight in Ceylon. When adhered to so far as the record is con cerned, although if the whole truth was the sun sets darkuess falls suddenly upon the earth and the stars shine out as told it would modify tho record greatly. This would be done by giving also tho if some hand had turned on the starAud it is thick darkness, too, so amount of food consumed, in which light. thick that an anthropological specula- case it would frequently be shown that tion is born in my mind that tho dark the relative expense of "these large procomplexion of theso people is due to a ducts was as great as that of smaller primitive natural selection of the night- ones. The true test of value is tho like. A - Singhalese man is invisible greatest product at the least cost. These large records are becoming so against the night and tho tread of his bare feet is inaudible. That is a fair common that there is a general distrust accuracy although the public defense against many foe. The lighter, as moro visible varieties of their race d:slike to doubt tho honesty of those would be killed off by invaders and who make them. Is'ow it docs not wild beasts, and those who mimicked follow that because theie are a great the night would bo passed by. In addi- number of large records that thev tion to this the predatory class would become My less truthful, because the be successful in the proportion that, as publicati n of one record incites tests is said in the Book of .!ob. they wero of otherr.. and in the present condition masked by tlio night. The Colombo of our dairy cattle breeds there must coachman will not drive a step after six be many phenomenal cows. o'clock unless his lamps be lit, lest he It would be better for the owner and moro satisfactory to the public if theso should run ovor a slumbering nat ve. Tho darkness lends i special beauty tests were mado under tho control of some capable and entirely disinterested to the bungalows of the rich, which appear illuminated, the rays from their person. Also, if the fnoj amj treatlamps shining through the foliage in a ment were given they would be moro mistical way especially if they bo instructive. cocoauut-o.;- l If these tests can be kept accurate, so lamps, which give a dim, religious l;ght. The most palatial that people can- - have confidence in bungalow in Colombo, I should say, is them, they will do much good in stimuthat of luta CumaraSwamy, whose hos- lating production in the dairy. Whilo pitality and that of his brothers was ex- some of these phenomenal animals mav tended lo me in consideration o' my be overfed and injured, the n.at ma'riendship for their uncle, the late Sir jority are va-- t underfed for profit. Cuniara wamy. As I drove uj) last Anything that will stimulate the average through the large park of dairyman to bettor feeding will do a the vast amount of good, and uc look upon a!,s-- radiant with miii Vv looked like a fairy palace in thc-- lc.sts as accomplishing much in t e .: ' ice, but when I arrived ind this direction by stimulating an ambt-li-.- n to e ol- I'tfrtU VoJ and Trib- wis a tap v palace.- - ixyion riiu..s o Globc-Dcmto-theI v-nin- g have perhaps in most cases been care- And a large number of lessor stars, at to 61)7 each. salaries varying from 1818 the young gentleBy tho end of man was completely ruined, but his He credit was not entirely gone. commenced the operaticseason of 1849 by a loan of 2,000 from his bankers, and soon after was obliged to make his escape to tho continent Not only was all his money gone, but his debts amounted to 33,000, and the only 3 available assets were good debts lis. Cd. A reversionary interest to the amount of G,000 had been assigned to Bealc for an old debt of 3,000. Bcale 1,000 was ultimately squeezed out of of his plunder for the benefit of tho creditors. Someone is said to havo told the story of Dolafield to Col. Mapleson onro, whereupon the Colonel wept bitterly and informed the narrator that cither Delaticld had been born too soon or he (the Colonel) too late. N. Y. Dispatch. A Tucson (A. T.) paper says that one afternoon recently when the passenger train was about ten miles out a rare mirage of the entire train was reflected on the western horizon, and could be seen moving at a rapid rate for more than one mile along in the air. The color of the cars w as very distinct, and the entire train so well outlined that it was readily identified on its approach to the depot. Tho bight was witnessed by a large number of persons. east-bound Egypt." "How far will tho Gatlin,cun send T a ball?" "Froni two to three miles."The new improvements which cnablot to- be fired into the air are such that the ball when it falls to the earth acquires such a force of gravity, Mich a velocity, that when it leaches "the ground itvill pass through a plank two inches thick. J'his is a distance of three thousand yards from the place of firing.'' t "Will it shoot accurately?!', "Yns. Wn o;in iim tlio mm at a plank nailed to a support several thousand yards away, and by moving tho gun Vapidly along while "firing we can though cut a line through tho board" jt were sawed. Bullets of different sizes arc used in dift'erent guns. No two bullets leave the gun at the sanio time, but when you consider that 1,209 shots can be fired in a minute you will see how rapidly and. regularly it works." Washington Cor. Cleveland Leader. - Boston Courier. n article in an A. tells" "How to Boil Wateivt This ?s a great waste of spacp.Tlie way to boil water is to put it in a Kettle half-colum- e?-chanfe" " and set it on a hot stove. method has never been Herald ? "What is the price of this' sRlB- - .. askedauewclerkof agrocerv" grca-c?Sealer: "there is no mark pnv it-- '' depends on your customer. itlujalsKs charge hfm fifteen dnts for a pound, but if he Avants butter make cents." Philadelphia-Cal- l. it thirty-eig" axle-grease ht ' . ', X Mysterious Author. m m Few are, perhaps, aware whose attention has not been specially called to it, how large a business is done in autographs in Washington. The pages of the United States Senate consiiler the collection of those of Senators one of thoir perquisites, and frequently receive, it is said, as much as ten dollars for carrying an autograph book through tho chamber whilo the Senate is in session and securing the signatures of Senators. Washington Star. tre-liio- s, e I was bad enough, but there was no help, so I groaned and submitted. A fortnight or not orso after another packet,and was less abbulk arrived, formidable too sent enough to break its seal, my withhorror out examination. Conceive Cvbcn out jumped the Mime identical tragedy of the 'Cherok Lovers, with a epistle from the. rtbores, stat-u-- r During a fire in Capp's block at that, a.s the winds had been ooLster-Portland, Maine, some nion carried a shu feared the vessel intrusted with keg of powder from an upper room might havu found-on-her eoramunk-ati.idown through the Karnes without an and therefore judged it prudent explosion. Boston ITtraid'. tn fcirwanl a duplicate. are! Who was "the yung.ld from ew -T- hirteen schools for China maintained l.v tho larirms-- Pl,im,h, nf York and wasthepl'iytrpumisUed,-'Cor. Boston Traui'XiPj-- . New York Lily. pounds odd po-tag- At Abbotsford, in 1813, says Lock-har- t, .Sir Walter Scott told with high merriment a disaster that had befallen him in the matter of postage. "One morning last spring," hesaid "I opened ahiife lump of a dispatch, without lookin"-hoit was adiireeu never doubling it that it had traveled under some omnipotent frank, like the first lord of the admiralty's, when low and behold the conteuts proved to be a manuscript play by a young lady of New York, who kindly requested me to read and correct it, equip it with pro logue and epilogue, procure ior it a reception from the manager of Drurv Lane, and make Murray or Constable bleed handsomely for the copyright; and en inspecting the cover I found I had been charged tWG "Yes, sir," said a braggart, "I'nfn rich mau, but I've seen the day heny 1 had to work as hard as anybody. Now: you'd scarcely believe it, blit'wlibir I . started out in life 1 turned cents a week J "Ov yes, I . seventy-fiv- e would," said the listener. "I was pretty certain that you had." "Had. wteit?'"' ' "Turned crank." Off City Derrick. . Twenty per cent, profit on.. gjs: "Schacob," said Mo-- c Sehaumburg dne dark, rainy day to his oldest son, who . is his chief clerk in the "hand-me- . down" department: "Schacob. Jbncc morel dells you put oud dot ga;'s6Wo saves a icedle dose hard time$." "Vader, let burnin' dot gas, I scharged dot next gustomer what conies in"tcn -per shent extra to make ..""; mit der gas." "Schacob, put dot-ga- s oud and scharge dot ton pc shnt. . pesides, den vo makes shust teve'ntyper' O" shent." Texn$ Si flings. v , . 4. j Proper English, --good-rdo't'lftss ' - - '' -- .. O, why shall we say catched, caujrht, As frwmmarians some say wo ought?,f"1- - i- teaching is taugld: When this kind of Vi-The egg isn't hatche 1. It Is taauirht: . Vr they"iiro patched One's trousers - r . - x; paught; John and Jane aro not matched, Mhey aro .. .. tniiuzht'. The door In't latched. It Is laupht; The plo wasn't snatched, it was snauirhtryi .-. The cat never scratched, btitscnniRht;' Tho roor wasn't thatched, it wasthauiJhtrfc - - . ; -.- Itussee ':... .; wav.lw If English inuH this up ! It soon will fbs u, n d. " 1 . ,.. The other day an Atb .ni. '(Sw.Y.)$ lather told his bows to hang their dogs., . v Pleased with the idea, they dogs to an appropriate place . ngarthc ..... house, tied ropes about the poor brutes necks, and strnmr them toatrec.Hvhero '. they were allowed to swung' several.. minutes, after which they were cut downdndstretched out upon thegrbuild, A grava'wastdttgv'- - apparently lifele-s- -. animals in: e; red, the boys rctume-l'..- . the to the house, and Went to school.. lhcy were much surpr's d mi returning home at night to find the dogs, there- - lively and well as ever. They declare thev. dogs hung at least fifteen minutes, ad then were buried tiudcr at least two, . . feet of earth. Syracuse Herald. toofcf-theh-r -- be soar thnt is nmiaht. SuiikijiXldlH'j.: wrpup,ht,'?- -i I' - I - ,.3& :r" r &&&& 1V - "5- - WsaPe? ttteaarmsxiSBm iJTlie Hickman Courier. GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAN. THE ff - Publisher. KENTUCKY OF : : FIFER AND DRUMMER - SC1TUATE. A BALIAD. 1812. f Cvbbjr, Abby, they're , ?" funded on an Incident of tho War o? !" "Who's a comin'? What's to do?" 0, tho Ilritlsh! an there ain't a soul to homo but nic an' you. lob'iigono courtin', Noah's al' tho neighbors bo afar. boat-load- s Teck; they're tiro jrreat rowln for they've tooi 'em, what's to bonder? don't you s'po.-- c they'll como riifht down, Pike an' pun, an Mood an murder here, as rob an' bum tho town?" VYben our Hour-ship- s at the bar. No.jl don't; notcf I'm spared an don't you have a chicken heart, Cc nib think, an' then I'll tell yo; then we both must piny our part. Docky, all we've ever got ter mind Is, just tcr do our best; When' that's done, we never need ter fear tcr leave tcr God the rest, j ffobody can't die but onco; an cf our own turn comes Let It find us at our dooty, an' then find us when It may. ff "Though their swellln hearts bo mighty though each comes like ten times te- n, Say your prayers, nn jest remember Englishmen ain't naught but men. I'll run round an lock tho houso up; an' you scamper for your liro Up the parrot stairs, an' fetch us, to the barn, the drum an fife, Mako believe wo'ro tho mllishy comin. Girls bo jrood as loys For somo things folks needn't tell me jest as good ter make a noise." . Becky scampers. Abby makes fast door and window breathlessly. In her hurry puts ther kitten in her pocket with tho key. Calls tho dog, and drives the cow In from hor grazing in tho croft To her mail, and. drairglnif Becky, gcrambles ui into tho loft. Opens wido tho great barn window, seizes on x iicriMSursilrurn. "Cries: "Vou keep the lire, dear Becky that's right sound like kingdom como! Think you've got the trump that Gideon blew against vho heathen hoot, When tho Lord's sword conquered MhVan, an" their princes' head were lost Won't the UritWi lose their heat, too? llebbo ef wo keep our own." Whllo she chatters, she is drammi?. till the grumbling roof doth groan Yankee Doodle," "Hail, Colu.bin," pealed with many a deafeningoout; Like a cherub's on a tombstone, Becky's dimpled cheeks puftvl out. Abby's hazel eyes flashed lightning, as her rapid sticks she pled. Marching still, and coutter-marchinto and fro, from side t side O'er tho soft gray Allls and valleys of tho clovcr-scent- tl bay. Sounding like an army coming up and down from far awny. Now through rich brown shadows went they lively, lovely Yankee girls Now an elm let stealthy sunlight in on fair and chestnut curls. Fifing, drumming, panting, stumbling, half In fear and half in fun. When they dared to reconnoitre, then they run. vKiw the British March," "Now the 'Hogue's little Bister louder, louder! Jet us play Ono nioro pooty pieco o music, jest ter speed 'cm on their way." to-la- When the sunset's gold and amber, wrought upon the cobwebbed gloom Of the straw-hunold made it seem a tapestried room. And their townsmen came, each rafter o'er each Jlttle merry head Bung with peals of girlish laughter as the pair looked down and eald : "Brother, father, uncle, welcome; but a littlo late you've come I Now the flour-shi- n would be taken but for us, an" flfe an' drum." g barn-chambe- r, Straight men knew the situation, ran tho rescued ships to tee. Thronged tho barnyard then. and. shouting. gave the damsels "three times threel" Wild with mirth: and over after, oft as general training-daCalled the gallant iads of Scituate from tho scythe and forge away, 'Neath the farm house sunet windows, flfe and drum were duly played To those gallant maids of Scituate, in memorial serenade. 6. II. Falfrty, in Vostnn Transcript. MISS MARRABLE'S ELOPEMENT. r married, and died twenty years ao at whither he had gone to drink th waters; and her two sisters, Maria and Jetitia. although they did marry, did not live to become middle-agewomen. The elder, Maria, after becoming the wife of Mr. Langton Larkspur, of the firm of Scrip, Larkspur & Co., bankers, of Thread-needl- e Street, gave birth to a single child, n daughter, who was named Lucy; and the younger, Lretitia, having been" led to tho altar by Mr. Septimus Allerton, of the firm of Allerton, Bond & Benedict, brokers, of Pancake Lane, presented her husband with twin girls, of whom only one and she was called Amy survived her extreme infancy. It is therefore not astono ishing that Miss Martha Marrable, a woman without family ties, is exceedingly fond of the daughters of her two dead sisters. She usually had tbem to stay with her at least twice a year once in the early summer at her house in Grosvenor Street, and once in the autumn at the seaside, or in Italy, whither she goes occasionally, accompanied to the great wonder of the foreigners by a courier, a two maids, eleven boxes and a green parrot. And as she is very kind to her nieces, and denies them nothing, it is not surprisin? that they are fully as fond of her as she is of them. But Miss Martha Marrable is growing old; whereas Miss Lucy Larkspur and Miss Amy Allerton are both young, and ' intend to remain so for some years to come. It is not, therefore, to be expected that the three ladies should invariably think exactly alike on all subjects. And, indeed, I am happy to say that there are not many women who doagree with Miss Marrable, upon all questions; for althoughshe is as an old spinster as ever breathed, she Is, unfortunately, a . I have looked into the dictionary to see what the verb "to hale" signifies, and I . find that it means "to despise," or "to dislike intensely." Let it not, however, be supposed that the word is a stronger one that ought to be applied to Miss Marrable, for I am really not certain that it is altogether strong enough. She regards men as inferior animals, and looks down upon them with lolty contempt. "Who," she once said to her niece Lucv, "has turned the world upside down, filled it with poverty and unhappiness, and deluged it with blood? It is Man, Lucy. If woman had always governed the earth we should have had no Ceesar Borgias, no Judge Jefferieses, no Bonapartes and no Nana Sahibs." And yet Miss Martha Marrable can never seo a vagrant begging in the street without giving him alms. The truth is, that, although sho detests and detpises man, she pities him; jut as she Tpitles.the poor idiot whom she sometimes sees grinning and gibbering by the wayside in Italy. These being her sentiments, Miss Marrable has not, of course, many male acquaintances. She is on good, but not affec donate, terms with her widowed brothers-in-law- , Mr. Langton Larkspur and Mr. Septimus Allerton. She once a year invites her man or business, Mr. John Bones, of Cook's Court, to dine with her and them in Grosvenor Street; and she is civil to the rector Of her parish, and to tho medical man whom she would call in to attend her in case of illness. Yet 31r. Lirkspur once told Mr. Allerton that this feminino dragon had had a violent love affair when she was nineteen; and Mr. Allerton whose connection with the Marrable family is of "much more recent dato than that or Lucy's father actually declared that he could well believe it. If, however, Miss Marrable did have a love affair in her youth, I am not inclined at this time of day to cast it as a reproach in her teeth. Boys will be boys-angirls, I suppose, will be girls, though they may live to see the error of their ways, and be none the worse for their follies. One thing is certain, and that Is that at tho present time, andfor at least years past. Miss Martha Marrable has ceased to dream of tho tender passion. She still occasionally talks vaguely of going up tho .Nile, or of visiting the Yellowstone Region ere she dies; but she never contemplates the possibility of getting married; aud I believe that she would as soon think of allowing a man to believe that she. regarded him with any luiuij "us pome aversion, as she would think of going into business as a steeplejack, and learning to stand nn one leg on the top of the cross at the summii of St. Paul's Cathedral. And yet Miss .Martha Marrable ivas last year the heroine of a terrible scandal: and many of her misanthropic female friends havo never since been able to completely believe her professions of hatred of man. The affair gave rise to many whispers, and was even, I understand, guardedly alluded to, with just and virtu-on- s deprecation, in tho columns of tho Woman's Suffrage. Journal, as a terrible but happily rare instance of womunly weakseis and frivolitv; and since the true story has sever been told I feel that it is only fair to tH it, ami by telling it, to defend Hiss Marrable from the dastardlv bargea UMt bare been made against her Baden-Baded Miss Martha Marrable, a spinster lady of is the last of her race, ller only brother, Mr. Clement Marrable, never well-to-d- man-serv-nn- t, good-hearte- d man-hate- r. "man-hater- " d ty tr Lav' correspondence. A my, Half an established hour FARM AND FIRESIDE. rood sense and rations involved one of her afterwards Coughs. For Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Greenland Conrlship. sex. therefore, bribed aunt's maids other uuQinchi- n- Sutton C01"l carriages h(& left the 0I Vxiiss Marra- to act as a and the maid in but in tho opposite direction. ei? Towards ,WmPt ? Brown's Bronchial Troches. Boil a few more potatoes than vou In (sOia only in boxes. Price 25 cts. In Greenland the services of for question, with a ildality that is rare, and one of them were Lucy and Mr. ble and pase at the same timo a treachery that, I fear, is and in the other Amy and Mr. JellRbodes" want for breakfast and mash thorn up tor of a llock are called in. the man 1 North Wales ?n al??C? and A Co inoal for the who common in her kind, promptly carried Viv- was nearly midnight ere they with a little cottou-seo- d De ln tho Houe. " Rough on Rats." ' fTxberW, made up his mind that his worldly arrived at calf. 'ftoy Times. ian's first letter to her mistress. theBrovviu' house at Llanyltidcircumstances warrant him in indulging the Miss Martha Marrable, without scruple Browns were all up and wartlng as Gedol Hotel Th Tccompa'1- for Never sit or stand with tho wind ' in What has lwon nnllnl .fl.n nKatwi-t- . ITalo" Honey of tore open the envelopo and angrily porused and the two runaway couples were them usual, by the tt ey wfre ITorehound and Tar the creen wanniy blowing on you for a single moment, desire of every man its contents. "Mr own Amy," ran the au welcomed, and hospitably taken care but the cou maids,a?he mservant to furnish board and Will stop a wheezing cous?h. Pike's toothot speedily produces a chill, to be lodging to some younir dacious communication" Let us settle, Miss Marrablo was less fortaxate DO AS OTHERS being males for it tae"r and has ache drops cure in one minute. left be- then to go on Wednesday. At nine o'clock soon as the carriatrn in l,t,.i. ..t. - "v. "? followed with a fever and thou a bail decidod which young ladv." wishes to rco.,,."i ser lady he HAVE DONE. ."&.,. celebrated in the evening a carriage-and-pai- r bhall be been driven beyond tho lights of hind in Lon?iu'red' Flies, cold. the town rats, mice, be taxed for, calls on the reverend crows, roaches, ants, hertwenty-thin- l 'and Amy was ready to tako us to Harlech, whore you can she threw aside her veil and gazed cleared out by "Rough on Rats."15c wib A gill of strong groon tea is said to father, and states his case. The inquiry siay ior uie nigut wuu ino Joneses, wlo magnificent scorn towards the dim form disordered?! Are your Kidneysfrom ray irraTe, as it I: are old friends of ours, and on Thursday is made whether tho oiri -a- lthough I a j Kidney Wort brought me nf tho O. McPheeton, of Bloomlnifton, her" The look be a specific for sheep poisoned by eatto record share they were by A any we shall be married, and, 1 ......,...,, j were, after 1 had been jrlrea ni by IS best doctors in if train by no meansTstonUhedthat i Kind Miss ing laurel. A farmor who has used suit, to which the mail replies that ho InJ- - writes: "Samaritan Xervlnc cures flu.' ueuou." .a. it. ueTeraux, jiecnajiic,joi",t-"- . both in love. r,,iin the whole of trust, never afterwards parted again. Wo Marrable ventured to cough, at first wntlr th?s remedy many years says ho has iias iuuuu some preliminary can urrange tho details between this and C0,nsW"-abIAre vour nerves "weak? which was notvurv kindly received, then. But write nnd toll me that vou agree. still ,0Vvith took no notice.violence- ' but saved hundreds of sheep by it. figure flirting with , TTWlnpT Wftrt ...v. tin.. t nm nrrou weaknew I . . younK THE rc . at wr was ih expected to lire.- - urs. Jfi. a, v. Your ever devoted Vivian." "This is exceedingly strange," thoucht named Robert Rhode? and Amy, younger As soon as thero is food for insects but adds: "Thou knowest the ways of Goodwin, d. ChriitUm Monitor Oercland, O. j Miss Marrable, who, whon sho received the spinster lady. "I mast adopt and less experienced than her cousin, had trees they will be on hand to mauKinu. in Urcenlaud, be it remore sentimentally, this lovo letter, was sitting in hor bedroom, active measures." And with great temler-nes- s on fruit boon carrymgon, marked, it ia an accepted fact in social leakned by a rnoaiisEST hudsox Have you Bright's Disease? eat it. Re ready for them. Watch for she prodded Mr. Griiliths with being heir to was thunderstruck. At first, she thought with Mr. Vivian ODD FELLOW. the the first "tents" of tho caterpillar and philosophy that a woman's no means iliio chalk and then like blood." a baronetcy, found that sWnse arduous of going to Amy and charging her with point of her umbrella. The Tpmtt Wilson, rcabody.xacs.: yes. basenoss and ingratitude; but aftor some groaned m his sleep. "Mr. From the IlutUan (X r.) XtgUUrJ and fatiguing that he wa' Jellicoe!" she remove them while small. Cleveland womanThe priest calls on the young reflection, she decided to let mattsrs, for exclaimed in her deepest and most threat-enin- Leader. labori-ou- s Suf ferincr from Diabetes ? and pleads the case of hcr'lover, for any active occupation of a Mr. John Elting; a faithful Odd Tellow fPast the timo and to tones. Sho had counted upon this iuuunuiLua urw?un imiuiicivtu,; character. Of course Miss Mar- confoundat lsnst, take thoir course, couple ("Llndcnwald," No. 112 nnd a member I ever usetL Gives almost .rnxnalUte relleC To make beef oakes chop some beef assuring her that he is a good man; Grand) BaptUt tho schemes of the rash exclamation producing, an instantaneous Vtm I'JUUip w. iiiuut JUXla.rkUlf It. rable know nothing of these affairs. the Church, says: " I havo been, as he catches that is raro, with a little bacon or ham; that custom for tnanv seals, 'etc. It is of Had she suspected them sho would per- by menus of a grand stroke at the final and nstonishing effect upon horcomDanion-antho moment. Sho went, howovor, at once to tho woman to reject all tnostcrsv ncquniniar.oes ln Iludson know, a (Have you Liver Complaint? sho was woefully disappointed when season with popper and a little onion; haps havo not taken her nieces with her to sufferer from dys,cpsia lor ton years. The cured jio 1 carcaue jver uiscan Lucy, in whom, Abermaw; for it happenedthat at that very great confidence, as I have said, sho had ho merely groaned again. wclj and serve with somo good proposals at firsts but to ield at last an syinptomsof ray malady wore those which a after 1 prayed to die ' and told her all. Henry Ward, lato CoL GBtnaai. uaara,.-i-. j. "Gracious!" she said to herself- - ,, is mix made from Jelticoe and unwilling assent. If the priest thinks million other su3c rer- - in the land woukl recogwatering place, thickened gravy "How foolish of her," said Lucy. ill. He would never go on like his son Vivian were staying when the ! Is your Back lame and aching? "Yes, my dear! how foolish, and how were not ill The fright has that iftoS with browned Hour. Albany Journal. she is too obstinato.he generally remarks: nize as their own. Beginning with indigesthree ladies, the two and the green been "Ah, well, its no matter; I find tion, eour stomach and natulence.I became so j lama I had to roll bottle) cured mo when I wasao wicked!" assented Miss Marrable. "I feel much for him. O, how sorry parrot arrived. But no foresight oaJl out cf bed." Bread, biscuit, rolls and the crust anotker woman who will can easily I m! ,ua. to prevent tho carrying out of Tlieso mon are such weak creatures u. ii. have such a weak that my body I ccaine a burden too Marrable's part could have prevented Mr. it my duty plsn, of pies arc all greatly improved iu flavor good provider," aud turns to leave, heavy toacarry, and my mind was weighted to make Amy I must stop tho carriage!" nnd also Robert Rhodes from following Lucy to this mad by gloonij dopondoucr. After eatdown And Have you Kidney Disease? 1 North Wales. That adventurous artist had suffer for her folly. I shall therefore send throw ing down the sash of tho window sha and color if the' are ghtly bruhod which action brings the stubborn. maiden ing I felt as if had a ball of plowing iron in j "Kid v T WortmadamosouiHlinlirerandkidneys letter; and put out her head and cried out to the driver over with milk just before tlioy are put to terms at once. my stomach: re, abdomen would bloat, and I after yers of unsuccessful doetotinsr. JU worth maileup.lus mind to snend the autumn in her this mature their allow tho Sir Arthur Hilpi. glOaU't" Sara! llodges, WlMamitovn, West Va. schemes. And what, to pull up his horses. But the driver was aMicted ilmosf conbtautly with a sick Miss Larkspur's neighborhood; and even pair to like into the oven, A littlo sugar "dissolved headache. A hdy lenrninj? of my condition if Miss Marrable had'earried off her elder Lucy dear, do vou think that I propose to the billiard marker, had been very fiber-all- in tho milk is an addition also. X. 1'. Are you Constipated? cured Prof. Bell found a couple of torpid advised me to ago nit. DAVID KJSNMIDY'S "Kldner-Wocarama pairr nnd he was determined ti,k and niece to Timhuphin t irietv Islands, dor xou will never guess. Listen! Amy itLMKUV, telling mo what an me after 15 years w ofother medicines." nre of much tho same hoight. I shall nothing should stop him until he reached Post. coachwhip snakes while in camp near infinite deal O' good It had done her and othMr. Rhodes would have cone after tho pair aud I concealing ahem my Hirlech; he therefore cracked his whiD by the next train, steamboat, diligence or personate her by Take Santa Rosa, Fla. He put them in a neat ers whom ehokne w. 1 bcan taking1 it in tho Pumpkin Johnny Cake: face, and drive away with this vile young to drown Miss Marrable's voice, and drove pumpkin stewed until it is very dry aud package aud laid it on a caravan available. Havefcayou Malaria?anT stump. On latter part a August, and used altogether d.,n than Upon the morning, therefore, after Miss man; nnd then, when he believes that h don u the next hi.l at a paco which threat- sweet, and stir corn meal into it until the following da', which was warm and only three bfftles. win n it achioted In me tho i remedy I hare ercr used la?.xir practice." other my muec wonueaui linprxnoniuni. i navo now enrnago to pieces. Marrable's arrival at Abermaw, she and has left me far behind, I shall overwhelm ened to shak-ethmass becomes a rather stiff dough; pleasant, a young lady and gentleman ga ned flesh and ft l st ronger, bettor and shamo and confusion." "Stop, stop !" For goodness' sake, ston !" the her nieces were comfortably installed at him withcould not help laughing. happier thai I hao in ten years. IMAOi:-lTLucy Aro von Bilious? the KEMWY cured my fr.eud, R. P. HerHotel; while at tho Red w.mld really be good fun, aunt," sho "That shouted Miss Marrable; but finding that spread it on a baking pau on which dry out driving discovered the package and said. her wont j were not listened to, she drew meal has been sifted, aud bako in a hot appropriated iL Jellicoe and As the young lady mans, of GJent. ot tho lingering remains of j ether remedy I ha.ro donoiao won food than any Goat, close by. Sir Thomas ercr take n. Amy; and and of 3Ir. Vivian occupied rooms on the first floor, "Yos, send the letter totheir course by all m her hoad, and strove to revive the oven. Boston U'obe. iiw. J.T. O anyway, lu km. urrcon. untied the siring the coach whips shot malnrial ftfeituo grocerbiliousness. street, Har-e- y for the wretched man in front of her. She held on Warren Thorns, just I A on the means let matters take and Mr. Rhodes had a bedroom Y '' Houg. says that it baa bad JaiU wrtn WlaAaHV"-present." VAUa "P rd? hor halts bottlo to his nose: she chafed his JfVtA. Tho boat soil for nlums. savs J. B. out like arrows. She tumbled out of the third. Scons hand; sho fanned his brow; md sho 3Iorcris one that is stony anil heavy. buggy on one side and he on the other. v onderfullj potid fUev.t8 upon blm.ing onco J yt. v 'y rvltUU 4mfc m iltss I Amy duly received it, unsuspectingly; In the course of that aiternoon or my acquaintances say mat na but Martha Marrable, lnmpanied bv her Rveminutos later Lucy revealed the whole allowed his feverish head to rost upon hr liie plum is n linruy tree, and requires while the horse run away. tried it they would never again be without it. shouldor; but sho could not awaken hHu. the same method of pruning as peaches. I have given it to my children and found it tho tf ul distance plot to nieces, and folio weoScTgEsj"! racked? Are vou Rheumatismwas ber, and threw her into the deepest , "If he should die!" she thought, "I best medicine I hav o o er known for regulatHi the sunshine hv tliu fifft mn Ltm LETTEIt KKOl 'K.iney- ort curea me, aiier i fitch up io ing their bowels and purifying thoir blood. intended to frighten him; but not so 7iuch Never cut off tho small branches until die by physician" and 1 had soldered thirty j ears." upn the har,1anIs tllit stretch, fori do trepidation. MItS. IIENKY WAItD HEKClICIt. EToridEO SUlcotn,WetIlatafaalao. The knowledge of this medicine I deem the Here, however, Lucy's superior coolness ns this. O, this is terrible!" And once they die, as it is on the small branches many nunared yards at low know-"onot greatest lesson of phvMcul life." usefully. "You not more she tried Tjnrlifis. nro vou sufferinrx? watertween the rocky hillsofbehind the came in most tho eldor cousin. need aunt to stop; but into prevail upon the Iriver that the most of tho fruit grows. BnooKLVS. MarohSoth, 13S4. Cardigan despair," said vain. The sight of dstant Chicago Journal. "If town and the 'margin e t littv The tf peculiar troubles: of The Lidners art im.nWrapii,twli r d tanr friend" cm anil Tiraue jay. - r I have used Allcock'h I'LASTEna for weather was hot and sultry, thinks of having fun with vou and Mr. lights, however, gave her nt length some i ..." ...i ... ua. ii. iunoreai.T, iuo ui jo.oik, t u it." tUMood, A nice tea biscuit: Ouo-hacup some years for myself and family, nnd, as and the unrlppled sea looked like molten Jellicoe, why not turn tho tnfdes, and have satisfaction. The carriage enterod t long 1CBH&&& purlflcrsdoftheir fane wb' and lead in the glaro. Much exercise was fun with her? You must find somo other avenue, the gate of which lay ready butter, two cups sugar, two pints Hour, far ns able, for tho many sufferers who ilf you would Banish Disease CttHMTfO ti tiom are I therefore out of the question; and ere long way of carrying ou your correspondence; opened for it; and about an hourand a two teaspoonfulsof baking powder, one como to us for with through wiaV and have found i and gain Health, Take assistance, the three ladies sat down on the seaward but at the same time answer this letter bv quarter nftor leaving Abermaw it dew up teaspoonful extract nutmeg. Sift the HIIPHIiHaWIW .iqsmh 111' ti ness. thfj need ton them a genuine relief for most of the achos sandhill to read, the old medium. Your answer will of before the Joneses' house near Hartch. side of a Ing. Th'-b'comc leaving the two maids to stroll farther If courso fall iuto aunt's hands. You must With a sigh of relief Miss Mirrablo Hour, sugar and powder together; rub and pains which iledi is heir to. I have JiralthfiiUy active by " threw open the door and sprang out to find in tho butter cold and add enough sweet used Alloock's Plastkus for all kinds of they chose to do so, and to explore at their mislead her, nnd then the use of Host ttrr'J "But," objectod Amy, "how am I to make herself in tho presence of half a dozen milk to make a soft dough, add tho leisure the unaccustomed wonders of the Lameness nnd Acute l'ain, and, by freStomach Hitters, matters turn out properlj-J-" people who were congregated upn the wh. nlalliRRBbor' of seashore. last; roll out half an inch thick quent experiments, find that they can conn li' f from mh r "Listen !" said Lucy. "Aunt proposes to steps. Miss Martha having arranged her sunfuurefs. Thlurr') "Quick!" sho cried; "don't asc ques- and cut out with a biscuit cutter; wash trol many cabos not noticed in your circushade to her satisfaction, opened a little personate you. Very well. Put off tho stlmulat ing ton i rJm prvi mi Kudar lars. volume on "The Rights of the Slaves of time of your elopement, say, for half an tions! Ho is ill; he is dying. Tate him over with milk and bake twonty minTrr rtsia pa aad ague, Mas. II. W". Beecqxb- utes. The Household. England," while Lucy devoted herself to hour; and meantime Mr. Jellicoe must find out !" FT- r i con ion. liver Tno Joneses, who had not been pnparod one of Ouida's novel3f and Amy plunged some one to personate him. My idea is for Thero i no point about which the slit, and spinand for tho apparition of a middle-age- ! deep into Keats. In five minutes "Tho aunt to elope with the billiard-markeA good many who invest in distant booili r Minimis. Vr Rights of the Slaves of England" fell so givo you time to get away. Do you ster, and who were oxpactiug Mr. Jdlicoo farmer is so apt to be in error, the nanzas find themselves a filleted with a w.th lariry heavily to the sand; and in three minutes see?" and Miss Allenton, were somowhat aston- American Dairyman says, as he is ip slight mental infirmity absence of mine. loralet.y a . s e ' and Dealer! Amy could not at first grasp tho sig- ished. ASMD Jv. Y. Ledger. moro Miss Marrable was emitting sounds his calculation of the temperature of "Who is inside?" nskod Mr. Tom .ones, wells and springs on his farm. He alwhich, but that I know her to be n woman nificance of this bold proposition; but who has no weakness, I should call snores. when she succeeded in doing so she was the son nnd heir of tho family. The testimony of many who long sufIs found in tho Groat Modern Discovery, "O! Mr. Jellicoe! Be quick! Former-cy'- s ways thinks the' aio colder in summer fered from dl health, caused by an impure From that moment Lucy and Amy, as if delighted with it. Causos no Paln ' "I shall tell Mr. Rhodes," snid Lucv, aud warmer in wmtor than they really state of the b'ood, uoos to prove that the sake, be quick!" by common consent, read no more. rDDEJI. "You don't moan it?" cried Tom, ruining are. The only possible moans of ap- best remedy for making the blood rich, red "Lucy," said Amy, mysteriously, to her when she had sufficiently explained the PLY'S plan; "for I know that he will gladly help to the carnage to succor his friend. But proximating to tho correct tempera- and pure, for beautifying the complexion, or Dread. Gives cousin,"I have seen him." WcAliahWhyou; and Mr. Jellicoo can talk it over with an instant later he burst into n violent fit for curing sore, pimples and other skin "So have I," said Lucy. him and have the benefit of his advice." "Why, it's not Jellicof nt ture is to put a thermometer in the diseases, for removing aches, pain?, stiff of laughter. "What a curious coincidence !" I.elier at Once. water, testing for tho greatest heal joints, rheumatism, etc., for increasing the r "But what will nunt say when she discovall !" he said. "It's Gritll'hs the "Not at all. He told me that he intended EHKsaEa power of endurance, for givirg health and ers Corsy-Gtdohow you have deceived her?" la is along in September, and tor the greatfrom the and to follow us." BS-ltAAot a liquid or (With Phosphorus.) strength to ovory weak portion of the 1 and askod Amy. companion.tin-deedl- " " What Vivian told you hopelessly drunk. Nice est cold any time after January rHAYF body, is Dr. Dock and "Ah!" said Lucy, slily, "I must talk "O, no I Bother Vivian ! You are always before warm wenthor sets iu. Many a Sarsnparilla. Guysott's Yellow the user in marrclhm euratlrev'rtis la all forms of Its effect pleases about that, too, with Mr. Rhodes. But Miss Marrablo is, as I have already sa$d, thinking of Vivian. I mean Robert." Applied Xrrcou Debility, Brain. Hcnrt and a great "He here, too!" exclaimed Amy. "I never fear!" And sho went off to rejoin a woman without weakness. On hearing man doos his milk and butter cooling ovory instance. No other remedy equals it. Uiacaves, Dp-', Weal: Lucgi, Nerrous tho Miss Marrable, who was still much flurried. this announcement, however, she fainted injustice by meant Vivian. I saw him half anhourago, Eihaustlou ani Broiea D trn Couitilatlons. SLOO Tvlill lllO fliiscr. -"WnAT's the difference," asked a teacher Later in tho day Lucy met Robert on the away. When, thanks to tho kind attri- power of his spring or well water. with his father." per bott' Sn bot-- s. !?- OO. of arithmetic, "between and two Send postal for th "Well, 1 advise you not to let Aunt beach and told him what had happened. tions of the female members of the 3Ieenscr of ITealth, Care in the setting of trees is profit- yards?" "A fenco," said one yard Beales. r.&r.r j treat-nicTommy - iCx-"And now," she said in conclusion, "I am Joneses' family, sho revived, she indignantThorough aad real of wonderful corej efiected by Coca, Bed Martha know too much," said Lucy. "If to make a dreadful proposition to ly charged those estimable people wfh ably employed. Ho not hustle in the Boston I'ost. AsijoardniEt-Hforlt- . W' USA. Adlreis and Iron. she suspects anything she will take us back going you. Wo must also elope together!" to London this afternoon." having uenoeratoiy plotted ner uiscomtx-ture- ; tree as quickly as possible, thinkim: "A Single Kact I Worth a Ship-loX. SCOTT, cure. will n. C or HAY-FEYE- Ff "I am sure I don't mind," snid Mr. and she insisted upon at once return- that the sooner its roots are covered Miss Marrable murmured uneasily in her Argument." KatinaH City, ?Io. Rhodes. "Aftor hearing your news I was ing to Abermaw; but tho carriage (am the better. Dig a good-size- d - (ntf.t ny nan settled on ner chin. hole, and sleep, rrg n !. 60 SOccn'sa lm lirugi;li, tiOaego. rrati. Mr. 1. Y. ELI Ll.nnitr.-- . "Hush !" exclaimed the girls in unison, going to propose ns much myself. It Griiliths) had gone; so Mr. Jones, senior, before putting in the tree spade up the Mass., W. B. Latlirop, of South Easton, CSUSE DE. BCOTT'S LIVEE PILLS. says: under data of Jan. 7, would tate you out of the reach of your who grasped the situation, volunteered 4) and then they were silent. bottom of tho hole as deeply as possible. " My father hod for years an eating cancer IS UNrAILIMQ Not long afterwanUthey caught sight of aunt's reproaches, whon sho finds out the drive Miss Marrable back to tho Cors-- j gradualbottom the troe on his under l:p, which had Gedol Hotel; nnd by twelve o'clock, or On this two young men who were walking arm in trick that has been played upon her.1' AXD ISFALLintB "You are a dear old love!" cried Lacy sho'tly afterwards, sho was again in arm along the sand, a couple of hundred takes root quickly. Sift in fine earth ly growing wor e until ;t had oaten away i ik craiNO with enthusiasm. "I wouldn't for the room. It was then that she learned a about the roots, and when tho hole is his under lip d iwn to tho gums, and was Ttlj porous piaster Is yams away. bettertr feeding itself on tho his cheek, absolutely EptlepticFits, "Look I There they are!" whispered world have Amy made unhappy: and 1 the desertion of Lucy and Amy. I neel tilled pack the earth tightly about the and the surgeon said insiJe of death was oid- comoinias tho a lirrrible cf hjpj Lucy. "Aunt must not seo them. We feel that I must help her, although I don't not describe how she received the new com-- . fits fefl We ga e him nine bottles Tirtusbalsams sadwiti V l? ffi" KS Spasms, Falling ex Coa, v.o t rsvcp must go and warn them." 'And. stealthilv approve of elopements. Now go and talk and how she declared that her abnndouet troe. If in a dry place put a mulch of soon to Coavnl- Its powr U woad rf ul to Mr. Jellicoe; and don't forget to line i nieces should never again behold her face; straw or old hor-- e manure, well supplied of Swift's Specific and he has baen entire- tracts. plasters u aply corig Alaoam where. 5i3 W I2.t accompanied by her cousin, she crept away S in the Back and rt ..ere. stons, St. Vitus Dance, Alcoholism, the licenses ready Porhnps Mr. Jellicoe nor that, although she is a woman without with litter, about the tree. In dry ly cured. It hns created great excitement Other iruiu aiiss juarruui, aau ran lowarus mo can arrange for both Amy Kecfc.ra.ni'it e&iJeorL. nbs, SuiTJotot aad Mtucles, in this section. " and me to sleep weaknesses, she passed the greater part o! approaching figures. Hheunu: ra, houralna, Boro lie raised, a Treatiso on Blood and Skin Diseases .Jdacy Tro-- L ,heart id Ijver, and all paws orOest. Opium Estins, Scrofula, anfj an night with the Joneses, whoever they the remainder of tho nieht in violent hvs weather tho mulch may tho mulch reAaeeuass of aches I need not describe the greetings that en- that Co., mailed free. The Swift may be; or perhaps, after all, we had bet- terics. Sho telegraphed next day to Mr pail of water applied, f'crvotis and Dlood Diseases? sued. Such things are the commonplaces Drawer", Atlanta, Ga. cents Bto placed, and its eiloct will last nearly a it r ice sireceipt orpries. for JLW. not go there, since aunt knows of that Larkspur and Mr. Allerton; and ropairin of seaside encounters between young men ter Mansion C2?To Gcrpymcn, Lawyers, Literary Men, Sold by of to the Red Cow, furiously denounced Sit month. Chicago Time. and young women who have likings for part of tho scheme." all i1m'T1jB nl AAXalvw rftvM Merchants, Bankers, Ladita and all whose The moro you contract a cold the i m "I daresay," said Robert, "that I can Thomas Jellicoo as the basest and most rV Cod Ttatttr Cnmtxmu. each other, and they have been described 3A fcdcntary employment causes Nervous grea'wr it beeomes. Dral&s Travelen' Proprietors, Ronton, ilaas. a thousand times. Suffice it to say that, arrange for both of you to sleep at the heartless of men I Irregularities ol the blood, stomach, r&9 S Magazine- Strawberries for Farmers. Browns at Llanyltid. They have a large Three weeks afterwards, however, the a few minutes later Lucy and Robert were linireU nr KiiliM"-!?- . or who rfacire anervQ house, and, curiously enough, ray sister edge of her anger had worn off. Lucy ami sitting together under tti tonic, appetizer or'stimnlaiit, Samaritan Ken- Fnoxi Major Down, Military Instructor, of a I wish I could induce even' farmer Mt. l'loasant Acad-iuwhile Attyand Vivian Dora, whom you have of'n met in town, Amy were m rried. It was foolish, but, me is invaiuaoic, Sing "Sing, N. Y.: loss ot appetite and diseases of tho conireJtton. fltfiJ" ti? 1 were confidentially talking nonsenso a is staying there with them; so you will perhaps, it was not wholly inexcusable; render of this paper who doJ not grow During tho very cold weather I was suffer- fe',r.g'V: .naglcyaStotrajhjmd UrerTilK S3 cents. r5Thousanls Swell5 r.ESffli off. More than half an hour have a companion and sympathiser. And and thus reasoning, Miss Marrable, in the Strawberries to appreciate tho value of ing with Catarrh. My head and throat dozen yards proclaim It the most goodness of her heart, determined to elapsed ere the girls returned to Miss Mar- now I will go and talk to Jellicoe." ached so severely that to was wonderful Inviwr- ' I need not follow in detail the progress gradually receive them back into her favor. a strawberry patch. 1 bclievo thereex-i keep quiet, filly's CreamI Balm obligedsugbut- - fortunately tha excellent rable; was ant that ever sustainTo of the new scheme of double elopement. But she has never wholly forgiven Lucy no fruit which combines so man spinster was still murmuring sleepily at A . ffiiifiK gested. Within an hour from the first aped a sinking Delicious, healthful, plication I felt relieved, th pniu bognn to j i i i i that . "ii nt irult ll the fly on her chin; aud when she awoke Suffice it to say to the bogus correspond- for suggesting the substitution of the cellent qualities. li in $1.50 per bottle. Hitmislead Miss billiard marker for Vivian Jellicoe. ii.l loetwntng mi ' comparatively free from insect pests subside. In a she had no suspicion that she had been de- ence destined nhirh days I was entiroly sie - the Mnfiiuji ch I. rx o' be t " TheDRS.A. RICHMOND i nd t'i "My dear," she says, when sho rotells the and easily produced in all kinds of soils cured. VtT. A. Downs. tremtit a MED!CALCO.,So:cPro-serted by her charges. As she walked was stoadily kept up; that Amy and Vivian w tlilr w ,ii eornne. ' g ti tefrth at dinVrent l back with them to tho hotel, nevertheless, found other means of safe! communica- story of her drive to Harlech, "the e ih u!(rteli th ige of th Iltrsr; C what other luxury so cheap and et so prictors, St. Joseph, Mo. rVuxUe as if with a strange intuitive comprehen- ting with one another; that the Browus u retched man was perfectly saturated pjood? Womex ornament their dresses behind nh'e Mil n r. of re i h m irh mli,r o, It is perhaps creditable to because they likj to have nice things said u.roimati were written to: that the licenses were with whisky, and I really don't know what (IS) ii. itraico:.i. iiut Sold br all Umjrglats. fin- sion of danger in the air, she held forth to ln mi 1. Ohio. pairs he might not have done if I hadn't kept fanners that tho use of strawberries is them upon her favorite topic the unfath- obtained; thnt three carriages-anLORD, ST0UTEH8UH3 Chbp, in 4 CO, were engaged, one to call at the hotel at my eve steadily on him. But lieneath my rapidly growing popular among them; about them whon their backs are turned. omable baseness of man; and gravely HA!fT gnze he cowered, my dear, iositively cowFOR nine o'clock p. m., nn I two at warned them against ever allowing themsome share can live billiard-marke- r at the Cors-v- ered ! I never saw a suvage brute so com- yet it seems unjtiil that any person of No woma suffering; without accept as - ll tu hare ,ewe bild. if the hair fa i.. iut, it selves even for a single moment to enter- that the spruce young but many physical having a patch of land should deprive orif the m',ip . (l'ud m di dr f, .in ., d Gedol, n fellow of som: edu pletely tamed." tain any feeling, save one of polite averinevitable a great amount of pain Jir. ctln- n f idlleri And" to this daj- - Miss Marrable believes himself and family of a full allowance can be avoided. I.ydin E. Pinkham's which alt. Iti WHITE STAIt inrilKJIM 'n'l CO., 100 cation, was bribod, nt considerable cost, to Vegesion to the hated sex. A.ldr. personate Vivian Jellicoe and to run away that but for her Eye the billiard marker of this delicious fruit during its fruiting table Compound was invented by one who Njraiiimi-- fclreef. Ciiicinii.ili, O. I, Thus matters went on for a week or might horrid thought! have run away season. more, Lucy and Amy meeting their lovers with Miss Marrable. The developments of the treatment of Cancer with understood its iifed, and hnd the rare skill At length, Wednesday morning arrived: with her, too. Chamfer' Journal. Mme. L. LANCE'S Swift's Specific scorn so wonderful, that all o afilioted, every day in secret, and Miss Marrable Tho chief reason that strawberrios to provide a simple, yet admirably effectand with it came the last of the billet-dou-x suspecting nothing. Although she knew arc not more generally grown lw ive remedy. aiWHOTECTOR should write ns. What Some Women lluy. Sir Thomas Jellicoe and his son, she that were to fall Into the cunning spinAND fanners, is that the term ".strawberry ster's hands. One of them had been com treated them, whenever she encountered reason why so many We HU I SUPPORTER CANCER for 14 YEARS. Come with me to Tiffany's ami you bed" often signifies something which young suspect the very fresh is merely them, with such freezing courtesy, that posed by Vivian and Robert, and written men nro so IVIce Kilt, S'J.OO; they did not seek her society. As for by the former on pink paper, foldotl will rot a further idea of how money is the ordinary, pushing farmer cannot they aru not able to earn their salt. HpAETASBrEa, S. c.. March 14, 1SS1. Linen, 31. ."JO. Remittance It ran as follows: Robert Rhodes, she did not know him; ani w tu t rd m !y Mali I have for 11 years bcn a cafferer from a running My own Amy I havo satisfactorily ar- Hung away. You will get suggestions afford. Tho "strawberry bed" is asPeudfoi DcrrfpilTe Circular. he therefore escaped her lofty slights. Wliely Adopted by Dairymen. sore un my face that everybody railed a Cixcia. I north But in due time a crisis arrived; and ranged everything. The carriage will bo of what you would seo if you could sociated with the llower garden, tho 70 Broadway, N. Y.Cily. haveuscd o er&U) monthsof I fcoucht and found no The adoption by most of tho prominent relief About four nro one bottle of order that the full bearings of the at tho door of the hotel at niuo o'clock. I peep into tho boudoirs and bureaus of lawn and the gnipcrv, rather than the dairymen and farmers of the United States, Swift's from l)r If K. IKinltsh. and since shall not show myself, for your aunt may such girls anil mothers as those referred cabbage patch and the onion bod. In of the Impioved Butter Color made by may bo properly undersituation have houcht five oi hers have taken It, andthey havo crFr.DMKxoundandw.il! Mt face Is asfrecfrom a stood, I must briefly explain the charac- bo about. Be careful, therefore, to avoid to. riifany's is crowded with these other words, most farmers who do not Wells, Richardson & Co.. Burlington, Vt,, ore as anybody g. and my healih Is rerfi ctly restored. ters of Miss Martha Marrable's undutiful her; and enter tho carriage as quickly as women on every fine day and yet it is raise strawberries for family ue believe is a proof of their wisdom in a business had been lifted off my head. Ifeel like forty possible. In order that there may be no Years thankfully, winter butter is nieces. ELIZA TUfSLET. point of view. n grand market that their production requires a vast colored in order Nearly all marketable, ani When i y cars do not Sban menJy to stop thi-- for Lucy Larkspur has but little romance In mistake I havo told tho driver to wear a only one of a to mako it Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailpd'f rec ' I man a radithem retarna-i.n- . will amount of skill, patience and labor-m- ore this color is tho best, in regard to purity, atim aodt white choker around his neck. I hope that places of mammon. In them you her composition; she has strong feelings, THE fcrECIFIC CO.. cal i irK l turerririe the disease of FITS. EI'ILFrSV but not much sentiment; and she is one of you will be punctual. Every thingdepends seo young girls choosing jeweled than they can afford. This is by strength,permanonco and perfection of tint. orlAU.rNus,CX.,'ESSalU lonrfstudy. lwarrontmy I)rawcr3; Atlanta. Ga. upon punctuality. Till nine o'clock, goodllecanse others have remedy to cure the worst those girls who are perfectly open with in price from 2iJi) no means the case. Every person who ranging faut,llnor asonfornotnowreceiringacuro. Sendat K T Offlce. 1SDTT 2MSt . b. t fthaiulTtUAva. Vivian. their hearts. She loved Robert Rhodes bye. Your most devoted ABEUXETnY, the great English surgoon, onco for treatise and a Free llottle of my Infallible Miss Marrable, after reuding this note, upward to whatever dizzy heights of can have a cabbage patch can also have asked a ladv who told him she only had a remdv a(.ire Eniross and It costs joa and, as she knew quite well that he also trial, and 1 will S loved her, she made no secret to him of her refolded it ns usual, nnd took care value the gems sot in them may bring: a strawberry patch, and tho latter recough: " What would you have? Tho nothinir for a HB H.G.1.QOT. 1S3 fearl St.. Sew Tort Address affection for him. Amy Allerton, on the that it reached Amy. Tnen, with the woman paying S350 for one jeweled quires no more brains, patience or labor plague." Beware of "only coughs." Tho necrs zsnxa-c"SloO for a other hand, is, and always has been, senti- consciousness that she was about to per- smelling-bottle- ; than the former. Indeed those who worst cases can, however, be cured by Dn. Wji. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. In mentally inclined. She believed, rightly petrate a great and good action, she snt silk umbrella, $100 tor corset clasps of are accustomed to growing strawTo prevent and care aU',,JL.ln MLfiSTSG TRUSS Cough and Croup It is sure to or wrongly, that it is a very charming down in her own room, and waited for gold, J0 for a set of hairpins, 'id for v niiruin." and to secure- a white. rrnmnllnth ui CH tf T' I'.11 tiT villi Wg3 berries in plenty for home ue would Whoopingfatal termination. Amy's reply to be brought to to her by the jy Sift aad bcau'llul Complexion, Bi thing to prevent a c ti x.Tipillstupe, adapts it O m vnter, 500 drop tho cabbage patch rather than tho treacherous maid. The note, which was a pearl and gold JBjSEHSIBtCk ju f ton positions of the body Let concealment, like a worm I' the bud. very brief, came to MiS3 Marrable in less for a pair of opera glares crusted with strawberry patch. -- BEESOS-Sromaiio voile the boll ln the cup presses Feed "on her datutisk check; Skinny Men. " Wells' Health Rencwer" bock tiw intestines just as a an hour. "Dear and sUe would as soon have thought of per- than halfwill be ready, and Viv," wrote glittering stones. Why, the catalogues The mo'deru strawberry bed, instead restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia. wronrtOM with th flnwr will look out issued by those establishments exceed of T Win light prewcre tho llernia is held securely day and mitting Vivian Jellicoe to think that she Amy, "I Sulphur Soap. meaning a very small, raised plat of night, and a radical cure certain. Itiscasr durab'eond fine looking you want loved him as of attempting to win and woo for the white choker. Your loving A." eheap, hentbyiasa C rcclars free. ECCLESTOM IfAnd a Skinarosy and clear, Face, iu sensationalism the wildcat fancies of ground in the garden among the tlowers In spite of tho ordeal which was before i he Sultan of Turkey. The consequence TRUSS CO., 69 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. ofSold by Drnslsts Ono cake wl l be sent on receipt "ti cent t iny was that Miss Marrable, who fondly Im- her, tho good old spinster was perfectlv men and women ordinarily eudowed and shrubbery, as it often existed in Use "Bkeson's" Sulphur Soap; oil Trace ffJU DltBXDovyt.ii. Manufaeturer, 20a ortU At one rrarduns. signifies a good-Of diseaso will disappear. agined that she knew all the thoughs of calm and unflurried. luncheon; o'clock she with common sense and common coin. Front Street. l'b.UaJUf.hla. Pa. i very hearty a t at Laundry Soap for ' her elder niece, trusted her much more madeshe took her nieces for n XV is mado to appear a child of sized piece of ground where strawberry iSTSold by druggists, etc., everywhere. j O 1 and most 33 GO "?" Washlnc.'?c.aryMrrlno.'YooIensanU walk, and Loui3 CCUS WHERE AU ELSE FAILS, than she trusted the younger. She regarded two to them with ii poverty and Queen Elizabeth a person plants are set out and cultivated with a extraordinary nffibili-t- y Tliut rVirrrh Svnin Tnti tmrtrt UnderrirracxtJielcanso rfecnly.mlothej Stinging, Irritation, nil Kidney and Blad. Lucv as an oocn book that might be phcMv talked the emancipation white and aweet) X)REYDOPPEL S IE Usaiatime. boki by drugptsta! agl of women; nnd of humble surroundings when one comhorse as wo cultivate the corn and cabtier Coniplaints,cured by read, and Amy as a kind of oracular voice nt about s Ktallera. appeared at the table pares tho luxuries thev enjoyed with bages. As labor is tho chief item of Sotd by auwliolcsale grocers aad mat, w&iio saying, orappeanngto say one d'hote, t and, six she if the just occasion were an the articles herein ct down in small expense in growing garden products, it !MC HS does thing, might mean exactly the opposite. ordinary one, as Piso's Core for Consumptioncause. no complained of tho soup beLeaf Kair Restorer. Miss Marrable was destined to discover to practice a cheap system dry UP a cough; it- removes the the tvpo as so many matters of course. Sir is that she was. to some extent wrong in her ing too peppery, tlte fish too cold, nnd wms Walter Raleigh, being a smoker and a of important strawberries. My system growing estimate, so fax,, at all events, as Lucy was mutton too underdone. I Hor coolness Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15c Ask for it. Lucy nn Amy, on the other noble swell, doubtless imagined he ha 1 the chief merit of which is economy and N H K fl 13V B WJi concerned; and"her4jstv-r- y of her error admirable. scarcely Coinplote, permanent cure. Corns, bunions. IUaTeapnjiTeresnwlv f r too re conceal their excite nice pocket piece when ho pur- cheapness is as follows: was, I grieve to sayf.,,Lipaiea by a hand, could apl loni uethoan4, beeneaes of the nt lenddwuscotby its of cun-ment, ana agitation. They each looked nt a pretty pood deal of nain andmSTiiflcatinn. Inlit otrontriii my faith piece of Hint from chased a neatly-cu- t every Leading. Phys ieians, EminentDIvines overy "YSf lT hundred . Is.et out, a strawberry-patcO.. my...!'.,., 1. Ten days had passed, andjthetwo pairs of least a upon the times during dinner at the which at the 'end of :v chain n cube of with a vlu TKEATr- - E on thia dhwaae. t clock early as practica- one wno xncs iu ciiuuirva uuuku .. .iviy manW.niwr: nn tin.,. year in the spring'as anyreffcrer f.VeLjtpremlP O ,idrev It Is entirely different from all others. It Ja aa dear lovers naa maae considerahie progress. each "JE- - T , SLOOl M, steel was dangling ble usually during April. I do not exas water, and as its name Indicates Is a perfect eeeta-bl- e in Pearl St., NewTork. whenever Amy, it is true, had not declared herself noise started and turned red without tho free the head of cjirriago-wheel- s " Jons, what is that scar on your chin?" llalrllcstorer. It will Immediately natural cp.or, was If he could only look into one of these pect to obtain but one crop from a to Vivian, who, being a bashful young heard. After dinner, hair a.l dandruff, restore Eentfreo fromproduce a new BTOwthhrru Itto its falles on. " Miss Marrable went 15 road way show-case- s JO lias he would find planting, although occasionally the "That scar? Gh, that is a relic of bar- RUSSELL man, had, perhaps, not pressed her and GO.' proved health. aff ct but Lucy and Robert understood again to her room and began to make her match-boxe- s of heavy gold, littered plants are left to bear two crops. The barism." Rochester Union. fXlirlilnff does not ln any manm rnltra'e tbe MJZ,"?1!'? of lead and iMT:ill In- - WnaaiM one another completely, and were secretly preparations. chsngn licht or f sded have done. It will "How sad it will be." she thought to with tiny gems and ticketed 350, and advantages of this "one-cro1 n t.v Hfi plan" are engaged to get married at the earliest opDon't slander your next door neighbor. flllM nnr. Fnrtlnt young Jellicoe when I dis- if ho bought one he would be no better portunity. Vivian's Ushfulness could not, cover"for poornnd AMrm that the first crop is nearly always the Ho may be in impoverished circumstances rrFnrmnnU tie. myself however, endure for an unlimited time. proaches. Men overwhelm him with re- supplied man scores upon scores of best, and that to preservo a bed to and have few if any friends. Don't speak KiutiH." RUSSELL &. CO., Masslliont O. nro but poor creaturos. youths. Queen Elizabeth, leaning to One morning, he and Amy found themI upon produce more than one crop requires ill of any man until you aro positive asnaPerhaps he will faint. Yes; I will take BES"T IS CHEAPEST." amount he can lift, and tho the selves together on Uie rcks behind tho my She wrappad herself in tho gallant courtier's arm, would find too much labor in order to thoroughly tureexactthe person when aroused. Carl ESCI.MS. TUppCEJpDC town, and the opportunity belngavorable, an uumi of imy, and having her American sisters buying dress but-to- n clean the soil of grass and weeds, and Pretzel's Weekly. BLUE FLMML Garments he screwed up his courage, told her that he shrouded her face m ioa thick veil, too'- - n EinePtnn florer Hellers worth very much m ire than if loosen tho soil tietwecn the rows and had never loved any one but her; and ob- seat nt her window, which happened Of larerlor Quality of Goods (Suited te all rations. YrtteforFiii:KIuus.ramphIet to be JI!ddle.-whlare no In one of our Indian languages the word and Prices to The Aultman &. Taylor Co.. Mansfield. Ohio. are sold es the tained a coyly given promise that she Immediately above the front door of the they wore solid gold, and tiaras to be about tho plants. By s'tting out a worn at two balls each winter, and made by that mill. The Middlesex Company In order "woman" is rendered "kewanojawjaw," would be his. pic hotel. patch every spring and plowing down with marked and earnest emphasis on the protect thetr customers and the P"bll5rtvi' notlea to Natures like Amy's, when they onco take Meantime Edward Griiliths, the billiard kept in a safe depo3itcompauy361 tlas another one every year after it has that hereafter all CI h'n'madefrorii TirEMlPDLK-fSEfire, often burn rapidly. STAN'DAUD IM11GJ BLIE FLAKSKLS AND On Monday, sho marker, was ill at ease. He knew Miss of each year, valued at the cost price fruited, a fresh bed is always ready to last two syllables. for lMIes. YACHTCLOTII-- sMhy all lcadlrtr clothiers, mus. iinaUiblf caredrusRlats, became engaged to Vivian Jellicoe; on Marrable by sight, and looked or bear the " SILK II ANO Kni" furn'ilied by tae SclUnJ Trice SI from forward of her precious crown. Perhaps she produce a full crop of fine, large berTuesday, Vivian begged her to namo a day with terror to tho prospect of an encounter It is absurd to say that Gould or Tilden sent prepaid hj mall s.amplrs to all parti sordrtn2heoods. for the wedding, and she .refused; and on with her at close quarters. Nevertheless might think it a jest to order a toothJrtt. Box 2116, XcwYorle Aeens WENDELL, FAY & CO.,t ries, and the expense for weeding and or Vanderbilt has the finest yacht in the Makers, pick and go home again; but sho would i odnesday, Vivian, knowing the peculiar he had Vivian Jollicoe's No matter how fine a yacht may world. is trilling. SELLIXG AQENT3, 5IIDDLESE: COMPANY. m be, it has its pier. Philadelphia Call. p Ami Bromosns cures offensive 88 and 88 Wo"Uf" , N wYo-- t. . Ph 7 IrankUn St., sentiments of Miss Marfha Marrable, and his pocket, and he was determined notasee find the obliging clerks readv to show cultivation to n Emrijic- - feet llbvmall Botcaii. SUCh s unt St I plant in rows three and a half feet doubtful also, perhaps, whether his father tho nffnir bravely through. Ho felt, how- her trays of toothpicks priced as hicrh Q CO., TnET were boasting about ancestry. would throw impediments in the way of ever, that his natural bravery would not In ns an ordinary apart, and the plants are one foot anart a llox SO. Lancaster, O. horse and wagon or the his early marriage, proposed an elope- sufficient to support him, and he therefore, row. I keep the soil clean, loose " My forefathers," said John, "came over ment; and Amy, with some hesitation, at about six o'clock began to swallow a rent of a comfortable dwelling in the in the F -- Th raaJc!!t article. open by fro juent cultivation and from England on the Mayflower." "And FAR LADIES and Pat, "kim '"""P tor illustrated circular. consented. succession of potent dosos of whisky and suburbs. X. Y. Cor. Indianapolis JnT the use of tlic hoe. No runners are cut, my ancistry," said Sunflower. over from l l)r.jLPd.VRit, ts. Essex S jeet. Boston, ilass. Quanstown on the When she returned from her secret water, with the object of laving in a stock naL Its esthetic I2VfSt"X'XCl?Tr,3?"EJ. meeting with hor lever, she of courso con- of Dutch courage. Whether the whisky but they are allowed to take root along I am." Chicago Tribune. lisawl Lownriccs. tKaCi.nra. ;; jnciirpoFt cu. B1BLESIE rdlr .r taduominta. ifiPHTS fided her plan to her cousin. Tho waiters in tho dining-roo"the line of the rows. Late in the season "How fool- was bad or the wat-- was too powerful, I TO ForihcCnrcof Ciineera, 3Co.Jclia.ra WANTED. oi up ish you are," said Lscy; "you know that cannot say, but at ten minutes to nine, the Paxton Hotel, at TniBOra. XTlcem, Scrofula cultivator teeth are narrowed About tho only chin awaiting the inOmaha, are the .rtttmn tli ...vt.... your father would set have vou do that when Vivian Jellicoe arrived to givo final runners are allowed to form itiatory labor o tho barber Is the urchin. premptly rmcurod a a' of nsoof knlfcorLosor HuiniH and little rara. for the world; and you will mako an directions and counsel to his substitute, he mounted on roller skates. The greatest and the rows a foot or eighteen inches ennntnei. Amerlrun Hartford Journal. DrmriaATiur., t c a&i asii uat eii.vi enemy of Aunt Martha, who is like a found E Iward Griffiths decidedly the worse objection was the noise thev made! but matted . . klrUI vincinuati. uuio. Kane CP- IU. Aurora. lilt. F. wide. Late in autumn after the ground mother to us girls." If silence is golden, an asylum for deaf tiiia "n for liquor. Fortunately the young fellow this has been largely overcome But she would never agree to our freezes hard enough to hold up a team, mutes ought to bo rolling in wealth. Oil was neither quarrelsome nor noisy in his a composition wheel with a flexible su A330LUTELYiaflS over with we,consalted her." objected Amy: cups. His main ambi ion seemed to bs to face. If the experiment proves a sue the entire bed is covered My rule is City Blizzard. Mre""'t"ty C. 174 TT.4th SU, ClidauU, 9. i THE BEST. and if she knew aaythmg of our plans, I go to sleep in i or rye ttraw. and no sooner had cess these skates will be adopted Tiv..uv auuiO .nn Uilk ,. a - ie atf. muqw tlittf enmn UlID AtA IHJU Jla.- ' J U17at "j clean wheat enough to hide the soil hewuM manage to frus- Vivian bundled him into one corner of tho itiul CO USUI r three lira perse tho mob at Cincinnati by proposing trate them. She i, a dear ola thing, but carriage, which was waiting in the stable-yar- number of seaside and summer resorts' to cover just ooajM.n or LaJle., m eacn county. from view. In the spring to take up a collection. Xorristown Her' P. w. ZIE(.LEB A CO., Philsdelpa.a. partly on account of the novelty and plants Well, she is peculiar on those points." .Mr. Griifi"h3 incoati'iently than is out of the ground, the aid. T Ii si fsthaa n mlrttlfa. Tht OllV t "1 have told I think," said slumbered. The carrtagS was then driven of tho thing and partly to facilitate after the frost is raked iuto a light In the 0oofa?U?r Ase- - SlOOtoSSOO per abinlutely flrt-e- l . ScTVlnff 3!achtneyeai-a- . covering Lucy, with an aiwHaption of wisdom that round to the front door of th hotel. Miss the service. It is all right as 1D- n straw is said that a young lady can never WlltetoJ. vtorlth NenCoit trlul. AVarraute! S It was perhaps each two rows of whistl in tho nmnnra nf "no nnA QIrcir Cincinnati, O. superior Marrable, from her post of vantage, haw the waiter keeps his feet under him mend fcr Jllnntratel Cntnlnsne Tim ' winrow between age. "Don't be foolish"- - by her it, and, remarking that the coacuman wore there to remain to keep reason is obvious. He doejn't lun. her a aJ2Q SSlt1'5 and give Send for But Amy was already beyond the influ- a white choker, descended at once, and but when he does slip up the drill thud nlants and left weeds and prevent th 'n. WiRsmadetoordtr. IJC1 31AXI1 A'K CO., Chicago or Xew XorSt. r n chance. When she gets her lips in a prophu BUP..NHAil. " ence of counsel.. She persisted in her intendown grass and tiTXK'g tzvrv rutin listened, as sho went, outside Amy'. room, and scattered provision is sickeninf ' 71 State Street. Caicarjn. er position for whistling something else lifllll s'rssir Chicago Tribune. from becoming dry. This is all tion, and even cUi soil always occurs. Rochester 4AflaN1' Ma.lnUkrrf.MVM. i7 f Lu cy's sympathy to satisfy herself that that young lady hid "ces! V. 4t. tsfan. np"H 'T " rrfiiri anlL rII ii..i..it. " -and assistance, which, of course. Lucy not forestalled ber. The porter with required before tho fruit ripen, rrb tft. 5 Eal4. trm h jbKm JlnoiIyN k. vr, TnllorXyalpm of Dr. Ott has learned that the rattlc- - unless it be to pass over the bed could not ultimate alacrity opened the carriage door. In the aika4k Quite a wido difference exists between a "feall'att.U'erEC0UYiHj.C1.l.ilLD. Ere an opwf0-nccesttM- y .MiamMi. bi.L B3UIK ie., IsralS ralattae, dark shadows of the interior, Miss Mr-rablout a few weeds which may make mail train and a female train. Rose's carried out, in the face fy3cn i'ant itiionarHrtiereana caught sight of the figure of a man; second. This must have of the J? y-fnecessitated their appearance. I believe this to be Toothpick. . V?.''1 wewinRivcyouasIraation. X. X. X.-- & and making sure that all was light, sh: about sKty-onVAU VmE HKi)3.,JancsilW.ti'f. vibrations per second the best system for thoe who have lady of middle age jiumerouj prepara-v?"f- S entered at once. An instant Inter TO To CALL in,- p.ui oi i;r. ui- - rrtfdeS,j4u :d a"1 liavy soils. ; an" is a an old maid "a matchless worn- - ClfQC CUR ErrEpilcp,,,ntsor7pi5il?rol ooa "fT'inX TI'RITJKfJ tla. AVi:RTlHRf tss. oIcnea.T ;un auit case of being whirled nortliwanl along tue touv.y fti ulenlv of daiigoroua compliment. Chr in UIW. Pfc lUctzMxp. Ca.SaiHir1nrjst.St iSOa Ionl.Mt i CuU. cago ltcr Ocean. of these prepa- - Harlech Road. lor. 'Country Gentleman. tire-somm i - par-ro- t; Health and Happiness. m - Sv i. adeS frK bed-bug- m mid-da- y X itlBrISi?i 'i"Ji IJR-L.- artt e love-niaic-in- g, LIFE mWd -- -- J I 1 a I jffi$, billiard-marke- r .... g 1 d -- Kwney-wort 1 I saup-stoc- k ... Kadney-Wort.- (l 1 hair-braine- d m m y ft-e- rt I TTMnY-Wor- e e Ji Cors-y-Ged- ol 4VKWnej-"iVortlM- boiov-bw,r- Vi sVfca 11 . aw i - w "Kidner-Wor-- - rf --- lf itn-fe- M I rush-grow- n ox-tra- ct 1- - r, VIGOR, HEALTH !WFHft5 SfeteESSS -- l)-u- E-- .iy. LSFE CatarrH m .- SCOTT'S billard-marke- ice, Bee and iron ff how-w- e l; 1 Posse-s'n- Xer-vo- n- n over-estimati- l3M rSlSi -' - ut ad a d- 1 -- 1SS-I- , well-pulveriz- lx-c- he-ow-n H 0h 1 1 C-- w f-- HOP sPJi lil-HC-S SiJ-nes- s, f Iniypartrare-ltiatlybytieiavpPfoer- . tJ-T- ry m m LASE tr li t3-For Pros-tratlo- n, .b-a.j- w- bathing-machin- y, H8h , i Kr!Tr 1 Horsemen.? tr i IT. I i i t8lElBBg f b i Mari-nbl- e ei-n,- w it-'- -, t. i d 1 half-pas- t; CARE m THE f - I - f V'-- i i CANCER Sp-cl- bo-cau-s- billet-doux-wis- e. half-doze- 3T7 rPy 00B E 1 F TS v s garter-b- uckles, cx-e-- i. Pon-O31c- cur-y- ou gold-heade- d 11 ow the TIMS. Self-A- d glove-buttone- r, m I -- 1 him od half-pas- idM.-fikftE-yokft- "Buchu-Paiba."S- l. half-pas- mimzj UTW9 Wt T3 V d n econi-m'ea- l 1 Crst-das- . RIMS HPT mu 17 HI HI 31 Walnut sstiiaflKTflPSB c-ay s 1 h t 1 spark-provokin- g sufll-cientl- y; I htchsol-phur.sugar- her-sel- f, p (. m a salts-bottle- ." Ii XX.-GA0TSOfi.-- XX. -- m LlinOnnO Is df PILES hLL ,7nakesis,,i1 X s five-poun- d a. .WTl-niHMiOp- S-- ad r m i- -r i byiw m PATEiyn .. ..--- .; 1 ' 1 1. -iv -. mar-r-u,.F.- .,f c; - d, $65 Ad-d'- ft WBLaUll mmm seweb i m4 W you-wha- - j price-Hi- t. r Post-Expres- s. -- an-mi- e "ftlinfi "te twm C4 dA - aisss)4 dskfl Titf XA ( .4 m.V M. 1 Amy.tg , "nrs c . - 1 1 1fJ vsr. antTCA-lsISiS- $ .1 s?v' . ft Fir K&Si f SXfiSksS .a. ytKJM)' -SiWi. fji. 9' l;3 s I T ?f f - - ,- -. " ?l '- - continue the agitation onfiTft en terprise of a levee, from Hickman rrtnils tr to Fort imijw. aim arc nrons" ft " ,01)1011, "Don'tyoufortit." Faut i knocking cclinj; of COOjienitiou the bottom out of prices, ".ver, ami all the oouuticlllV Congress will adjoftrn about ovcrllowcd lands to be redeemed. Hero is a territory of sevdfal "nM" sJune lliitli. dred ilinnsnnd ,.i,A, .,.r'c fino The Kentucky Republicans iaiKlt; :ir Mioro . nni ;.. nio Mrtiifoill ! : in l. "will instruct for Arthur. nemg aiaieR abandoned l rvioi-L-rt- f LOCAL NEWS. The citizens of Lnk-nlcoun- ty ""- . '- -' ' --- y SODA tax of ten cents an acre for ten years would redeem the whole, The .ripper rivers continue and brill!? to it.n innnn.,.. nnnnfci- lalling briskly. tion of thousands to cnUivato its rich soil. They want Fulton counThe nicest and nobbiest styles of Men's tv to eonnorsf a witli iuituj. Thn fend By liate in "the town, can be found ...v.. i.. : . at lower prices than evr mM in Hickmau, truth is Fulton couuty organized "at Jx Akrerg1 SOxs. oumc years ago, neid an election HouBokeepors are complain- under our charter, oaf people voing vcty iAAch. of the Hickman ted the tax, and the levc'e "enter prise- was only prevented by mo irfarkot. lanurc ot tne ether counties to ' WA . - TERt al 5c a : tf? FORTUNES DRUG STORE. nm uujiojmiaxeti, wucn an ann""1 er sections to lm hr.;Ail will The furniture factory will be catch np with Fnlton by organiz- n operation by ifay 15. Thcy ate iiiguuu uuti(U(axot ten cents now putting down tko Machinery. an acre on tiro everilnwp.d lands preciselv as Fulton lof? nf1 fvnlr to rnrir infAMct !! tl.A have, the levee will bn n fixod fact. Cheap Store of Plaut's, to buy your geods.j nt-nors at FORTUNE'S DkUG 'STORE. Guaranteed to cure Neuralgia lJTrre "if a re Cure, fltadiclt, ie its place, but if Lake and the oth- oriranize. Talk ift irnn.i onnncli in Yind we'lt eruamnteo it hnfnro tho The bill establishing a branch text flood. penitentiary at Eddyvillo, Ky., is Clotlilnsl CloSlMtix! tAlhlnc! bow a law. A dii.uv in thislno f. .t.1, ..,. ed Watet. est lolholiuist nohhp. 1. i.s it..- - t rr-in- We txpttt ton ur tui TufCt Soda ipperatui, on Saturday. io morrow, call tt FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. .J-- to begin 'bperhting for the tea sate you from one to fomdollaraa suit. lUUJClIAXAN. hundred years old, and the Record wants the centennial celebrated The great excitement orer the cheap Wen' and Boy'a Knot, ntt half their coit, still cont:nue at Jv AtaberE'a Sons. Also, Uhildren'H Shoes, at 25c to $1. La New Madrid s lin.irlv nni 1BII vail and, get some of thene bargain liefore . i..ir tt... aicauwiui ilia uui nan .i ong" t -- .11 i.I T. lueir CMC. "Tudeli, Hendricks, and Victory." The last name is one all Demo crata can unite on. Some Hickman people are talking telephone exchange. The progress of the day demands it; Imt will it pay f A man near James baye jSew Madrid countv, found a lot or Dunou stiver rocently. Tho Owwi iewfl declares for One word to tfto pemocratic Congressional C0n?litteo : The evidence that the democrats of this district want a primary election at ttto regular August election is that, Turner, on this distinctive- issue, received at the last election 8,705 Votes; and Grace, the convention nominee. received 7,627; andatthe three last elections the majority have sustained the demand. Tneso 8,705 voters arc pledged to harmony through a primary electiou, and wo all know that if not all, of the 7,027 convention-voterwill be satisfied. Experience proves that this is the only plan to insure harmony. tvro-thirds, s, RflV it wn rtiiK-.- . Mr. Jno. T. Lynn, of 3fo., and but Hod. Ronift joke, but others thiuk it was rather Mrs. L. A. Small, of thie county, were married, near Jordan Station, rougn j oning. tju ivpruitn. A niifonn nf Itickninn claims fU Jliyhat CASH PRICE paii for to be ill possession of a chemical WOOL and FEA TllERs, process by which he can manufacAZEXAA'DER .j .YAXWELL. ture gold. It is claimed that speciThe Fulton Circuit Court mens of his manufacture have tneets the th Monday in Jnly and been offered for, sale to United January hereafter, instead of Au- States mints and bought without gust and February as heretofore. hesitation. He is t:loyal,? and will only sell the secret to the United KTeM Irccantio:t nd U compounding PRESCRIPTIONS at States Government. A mysterious 'shooting occurred oa the hill Tuesday night. Two young gontlenien were taking a walk in the vicinity of the public school building when unknown The Largest and the Cheapest Stock of parties firod ten or twelve shots at them. They didn't stop to inSiraw IlaUivcrshowii in Hickman el vestigate the whys and wherefores, L'LAUt a. The Mississippi River ComAn extensive establishment mission say that twelve million for the manufacture of hubs, will on both Spokes, and other wooden articles dollars the build a levee, Cairo river, from f ide3 of to is being erected at Columbus. New Orleans, feet two-and-a-ha- lf FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. J. AMBEcnV Sons. Kentucky Democratic prima-tftf- s last Saturday expressed for Tilden and Hendricks very generally, with a large number of coun- The Ladicti arc especially invited to ca'l d ae our lare oc' of Emliroid'erfe, 1jcm Neckwear. Glocs, IIus y, Lawif mud fine Dkm CtMik, which we wi.l S'll a low m n other houxe, in this or ou aeighboring towns. above the highest' Water, and all the members of film Comm.is-.im- i except one, Tcconiincnd-Congro- ss to maivu tne appropriation. ties for McDonald. Hrmlttg Still tell, at aiaclilaeft, Corn is very backward. The apple crop will bo large, and Xk fair chance of peaches. Fr25 Cents you can buy 50Cot Straw the depot, was A broken open Wednesday night, and a lot of bacon, a featherbed, gun, &c. stoleu thercfronii The bed and bacon were left on the . at river bank, showing that tho thief l'l.ur'd. Mr. Jeff. Smith, exOrarshal of got frightened, or failing to steal a Fulton, attempted suicide at Duke-dr- a skiff, was unable to carry off all Tenii., 3fonday night last, by the stolen goods. taking morphine. The timely help 3fayfleld is to vote for the of friends saved, box-car,'- at ising. FORTUNES DRUG STORE. Tho wheat crop is very prom- If the Democratic Committee act wise when thqy meet in Padu-caon May 3rd, tl.cy will order a primary election at the regular ,... AiifiiKl o.loiition :, and then if flic 0 District paners act wise, thev will let the candidates for Conexess. make the fight evcuhaiidod before the people. h him. We hiTe full stock of Men's LadieV md MiHat Custom made Sho which we wPlrwrDtee; also, some of the old Flock jWeh we will etll at half their cost from 25c to $150. fifth time on tho Local option law. The law has been enforced in that city for ten years, and the Monitor Irtw evening paper to be issued at CoHrierJournal office, and to receive from it the regular telegrams. Emraett Logan ana Polk Johnson editors. J. Amberq' Sons. Tfio Towu" is the name of a predicts that the law will be sustained at the coming election by a larger majority than at any former electiou. fr $ Tho Paducah iVew charges that the removal of Will Grayot a good Democrat aud a competent official from tho position of postmaster at Smithland is duo to his W hiTe tj,0 prettiest stock of Carpets opposition to Congressman Turvfh vaouu ever brought to thl town. ner. Was Grayot's successor a a at price that defy competition ; also Lae Curtains, in the niece or by the yard! Democrat or Eepublicau I frm tka cheapest to the finest. 0- A religious debato between ambero's Sons. the Baptist and Christian churches, CliMfat Store in town. Bur lowj sell commences in Mayfield, on tho IW, M PlO.UT's. 2nd of Juno. Elder. Moody, of The best brands of Flour. Kht-t- .., rnt.. - iu(iu, vosee mna rRcy groceries, always on Jmlton, representing tne Baptist; m!, aadsold at thij cry bottom noich, at and Elder J. B.Briney, of Coving J. Ambeiui's Sons. ton, .Ky., tne Christian. The musical and shaking: fea- mr,.LcHttvttir Ji'cttmll TTl'iven tV-t- lt Tiiilics' "PaRt.npnl passed a bill to pie vent tho own-V Aid Society 'is reported to the ers of stock in iertiiin Coukik as pleasant, enjoyable from running at ferge, socounties one in and profitable. position to knw , informs the If you want to buy sonle nice, good, Courier. --- - - ifr if for en, boys, ladies, miis, and children. "Tkt best in the United State-- , and at prices tkat will compote with any make of Goods in !) eoualry. II. BUCHANAN. The ISew riauVlaw for Eulton, J. Amberg's Sons. Hickman and Graves Counties, is If wo are to voto, as novt re- now a law, subject to a voto of ported, on the option law, and the the people. We know nothing of new road law, in August, the Ful- tho provisions of this law ton elections may grow pretty An Kntl to Bone Scrnrix?. Warm. Edward Shepherd, o Jlarrisburg, III , X full and complete line of BRYAN & siys; "Having received so much benefit BROWNS celebrated custom mde SHOES from Electric Bitters, Heel it my duty to let Buffering humanity iow- Jt. IIav3 had a running sore on mylig for eight years; my doctors told me L would hare to have the bone scraped orlegaiipuftlcd. I used, instead, three botdesief Electric Bitters and seren boies Btick!V6 Arnica Sake, and my leg is now souad and well " Electrio Bitters are esld at fifty cents a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salre at 25c per box at Fortune's Drag Store. - theap Clothing, we can fit you in any style id quality froa $5.00 a suit to $25 00 Are building an addition to their factory for a saw mill. It is grow-tajpt- o be one of our largest indus- The pump factory company tries. l?I . Y ftr TURE at can save 25 per cent in pric. and cent in quality by buying FURNI- and Graves, Good paths to ckoolg and good roads to market The history ofaifmobs teaches k the greatest need of your peo as that no mob was over fired on pie. Taos. H. BeK3on. too soon. The quickest and surYen can buy a fine full stock Calf Biot est way to kill a riot is to kill it i J. Arabcfff'n. Smw fnr ' 00.' ami Pnlf before it gets oldrenonh to vote. and . . ? .;..'. UlfJJ-J E. T. GARDNER'S. To the Counties of Fulton. Hick-- w Delegates to the Democratic State Convention at Frankfort, on May 7th, will beintovnctifl in know Uhat tho railroad f tlio Sfjitn have made a special rate to delegates of i wo cents per mile. lO.j. se r; The following is tiio full toxt of Hi I iTir..'V,,yif'i-,e.5M- f E CSfc rnEi'Si aei 5 3, i MkS3A?3 GS3J B the new exemption law just passed 1raJMintT!nlr.Sii:icrIor 1 gI r,i ,i.si tr istg. cpy i'' "V OpprJUl"-"LJ xli u by the Legislatuie: 2sg?i&3 W wmkw&m w w VJl 1. Be it enacted by the GenOOllStl- A writnr in tho Atlanta eral Assemblv of the. n.nm,r. I'OllVentiOll of arouutl ami see our second Stock of Spring Goods, for we have wealth of Kontucky, that eoctiov ' fiitimi r Hin rnn.mit Southern cotton manufacturers at . of article Is. chapter 38, compelled, on account of our tremendous trade, to our house of the, in ill I brandies. General SUitutes bo, and the same Augusta, Ga., esvjw ihc wholesale market al present, is very iceak, and we were enabled to is hereby, amended so as to read "Ono of the most noticeable feaas follows, was tho Hy goods in every department much lower : Tho following tures of this convention than same goods were bought property shall bo exempt from o simplicity and kindness of hoart ei'iition., iittnclimnut ,i;o.nn.. ur united with tho strong business v..mtMi, uiotivos Our store was never fo replete with inviting bargain, as at present J fee bill, against a bonafidc house seues sense which has made our lior mix l lo l .i.i ... 5uuo uif muit ucairauie quality. keeper with a family, resident Southern cotton spinners such a within this Commonwealth, viz: power in the land This was in two work beasts or one work beast noticeable contrast with tho ego: inalul one yoke of oxen, ir not on tistic bearings and purse-prouhand, or other personal property solence of the same class of men to the amount of $75 ; two plows in the New England mills. Wh"o Our stock of Dress Gvreda dmhraces all the leading styles, and arc unand gear, or in lieu of each, if not the manufacturers of Lowell and surpassed for elegance, unequalled in variety, and are below all compeon hand, or other personal prop FaH River regard human flesh sim tition in price The attention of the ladies is especially invited to our 20 bUltsf of Mnn's ninfiiincr ftaavtotowH erty to tho valuo of $7.50; one ply as an article of commerce to Superb Stock. g. v.lOTm.vW vtogoii and set of gear, or cart or bo ground into dust in order to Wool, dray; if not on hand, other per- make dividends, in every speech sonal proporty te tho value of $30 ; delivered in thi Southern conven two axes, three hoes, one spade, tion iust endod there was exhibi one shovel, two cows and calves: ted a marked regard for the con In hite Goods, f not on hand, other person. I fort ami welfare of theso whoso dai- sols, Handkerchiefs, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, ParaPositiveicanndt be bought in any town for a cent less than $10. Ties, Ribbon and Notions of all descriptions, our property to tho valuo of 25, in ly bread depended upon the ac- styles 18 Suits to close al $10 that will fill your bill,- - you cah't touch them are the latest, and our the foicesf. lieu of each cow or cow with calf; tion of those present In fact, tho elsewhere for less than 15. beds) bedding or furniture for each, great objection to the curtailment The Largest, 'the Cheapest) and the greatest variety of Clothing ever sumcicnt torlaunly uso; one loom of time was the fact that it would flssf verbefore offered in Hickmaiu and spinning wheel and a pair of deprive so many of their daily Little Boy's Suits, Youth Suite) Men's Suits, from 4 lo 25. cards ; all tho spun yam and man- ges. It wsis generally felt that llrc arc Headquarters for fine Shoes. Our make of Gents and Ladies as ufactured cloth manufactured by while the mills should earn TS tho family necessary .for family large dividends as possible for fine Shoes cannot be excelled in beauty nor equalled in durabiiitp Etcry use; ono cooking stevo and. all their stockholders, that this result pair tcardn?Cff-- . GemiineFur Hats, from "1 to "We also call the attention of the gentlemen to onr really elegant styles cooking utensils, all tho table-war- e ought not to be attained by injus! ! Come and see ! Conic and price 1 - Cohie and pricefl and cutlery on hand .for family tice or neglect to employes. This tin and i? urnieiiings. n you pre not posted m the latest fashion-Fabl- e and you will be Come and see convinced that Plaut's is the place to trade. These are use ; ono table ; all books, not to feeling is cortninly creditable to' cute, a vibit to our store would do. you good In gauze abd balbritr- hardtrto JSo blowing , but wo hax the goods to show yoi at prices oxcecd .$50 in value ; two saddles the high character of those ;vVo gan Underwear, isincy Ticsv Collars &c we carry the day. and their appendages; two bri- have tho moulding of thosouthori Combined with these, Low Prices (for Which we are famous) make c DonfiOtgeL cnmnlefo stnrh in 'ftvpr.V?rtciftncnt. aiJvou nave a ., dles 5 six chairs, or so many : c commercial enterprise in theirj quite a formidable array. We permit no house to sell closer than vec do for '" ,.. urrr-. .tt. 2t. i 1 shall not exceed $S in valuo; one hands. SSI MJllYS 1'lilVlLS. we arc the Leaders and Makers of oto Prices. '"Carolina girls are the best cot cradle ; all tho poultry on hand ; Kespcctfudv, AliESSAlTIDER & ten head of sheep, or, if not on ton factory operatives in thej hand, other personal property not world,' said Col. Hammott, of the! t to exceed 62.50 in value for each Piedmont mills, ''it is very selsheep; all wearing apparel; Suff- dom you find a yankeo girl workicient provisions, including bread- ing in tho mills. All through Xew Who ihe Low stuff and animal food, to sustain England you will find that the French-Canadiatho family one year; if not on help is Irish, German, or xorbut our Carolina girls haudj other personal proporty, or crop, not to exceed $50 are not afraid to work, and the growing in value for each member of the first thing which strikes tho attenfamily ; provender suitable for live tion of visiting business friends stock, if not on hand, other per- from the North is the superior nn- Just received, a fine pelcction of sonal property not to exceed $70 peaianco ot my operatives. Tall, in value; all washing apparatus, shapely, with well poised heads our friends and the pub!ic not to exceed $50 in 'value; one and faces which would do for WE announce lo show,of all kinds of Furniture,generally, Jhat we hitvoof just revived immense stock and solicit the trado partie wash-stanmoulds of beauty, they areas ladj bureau ; oue wardrobe ; ono We can all styles Of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine lino one gun, not to exceed $50 like at tho hearth stone as the ol in value; all arms, ammunitions, are proficient at the loom. The ALSO THE and equipments of a militiaman ; are all under the salutary iuiluoiKd one sewing machine, all family of home and church relationship AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. es CS1 portraits and pictures. and aro a class of whom any naNew Goods of nil grades in my line. Call ami Examine. TRtcia Low. Will net be 2. This act shall not take ef- tion should bo proud. It is We prop&se to make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. Yon can rest asnrd fect until tho first day of June, that Col. Ilammett is in lure tuuitrioSi. aim hare the fittest line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS over brought to you need never leavo our house to look for cheaper goods. Wc propose to sell aa lore as jN. R. any retail Furniture store in the ''Purchase. 1SS1, nor shall its provisions ap- with all his fnrls that is in a fath Il'.ckninn. Customers iolitely servel on short notice. "Very respectfully, ply as against any debt contracted erly sort of way." 1 FEAH NO COMPETITION. AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR beforo that date; but for debts BRIGHTNESS LAST WHEN KIVALS FADEAWAY. T. F. WILBURN & CO. S ! Don'i forRtt th place, on the opposite corner fronl Plant Bro's. & Co., under the New contracted before that date tho (lov. RlHcX)Klrir HniiltHrium ' CITY HALL Give ibea call before buying elsewhere. , Sr3.ore rooni3 in new Odd Fellows building. present exemption law shall ap- rrom the ' S3?Vnii can dcind upon finding any thing in my house that is kept in a first class JS?A11 kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and in a workmanlike style. Also ply. fee are prepared to give special inducements as rUHriL'KKIUK. A reporter, trho met Ex-daTfho lif'ntnclcy Luwypr Adrnncln;. Blackburn at the Gait House hat fe(few From the rhibulolpbU Tims evening, asked him about the CfCiatractors o Tho Kentucky lawyer is slowly he was making with his "3? evolving into civilization. When sanitariiyn. ho disagrees with, tho Judge on "It will be ready for opening in tho bench, instead of shooting about three weeks," ho rejoircd, 5S51 r5Uil rp2 him as formerly, he is willing to "and the carpenters and plasteriW$t compromise now by taking it out ers are now at work. Tho biild-iu- g mi 'Hi! is m. SI; lj r&l if r??J J???!' irndi horse-whip- . of him with a has been out of use for sjmo In the courso of another generation or time, and some work has to bo KBSSTTUOKIT. two ho will be satisfied to merely done before it will bo ready make faces as a means of expresshavI have also been BKSV ItECEN'TLY ENLARGED, ing his contempt for the Court's ing the quarters ftr female pa rp'HS HOUSE HAS renavatel. Convcnent to river REFITTED, REFURNISHED I aa-- tlioriinhly and railroad, and attentive opinions. ticnts separated From tho male wale- - kspl aaJ, altogether one of the'liost appointed hotels in this section. st&;e.--5 j3L;Kk.gcHrooms and wards. Tho work will JB. 'i'UKJfEK, Proprietor. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CO VTIO - . be finished in a few days, and then Pursuant to call a number of it will be open to receive patients." Democrats of Fulton countv met "Will you move out there your-selfi- " For Sheriff. HO FARMERS! in convention, at tho court house asked tho reporter. We are authorized to announce Judge in Hickman, on Saturday, tho L'Gth "I think I will, I dont know aa B. K. WALKER, as a candidate for the G-ETTIF .A.2S-Jinstant. yet whether tay wife will go or not, office of Sheriff at the ensuing August elecOn motion, 11. T. Tyler waB call btit I will have a room and will is wise tion. hand, and near ed to tho chair, and Geo. Warren remain there for somo time. My to Harvest is ordersatfor Harvest itMachin? place your appointed secretary. sister, Mrs. Judge Morris, will cry nt an early lny, in order that you may A.Wo are authorized to announce Capt. W. SHUCK, as a for the Mr. It. T. Tyler on taking the movo out there also. Dr. Bullock get what you waht Tile probabilities are Sheriff of l'lilirjncandidate nt the office of ensuing for Binders the present August election. county explained the object of tho will not bo ready to come for a that the chair factories be meeting to be, tho sending ef del whilo yet, but when he doesho will season towill be great demand. will not on Prices at.Ic supply the "We are authorized to announce M. W egates to the State convention, to remain there." Binders itreaily reduced this year. FARMER, as a candidate for the office of meet m l'rauktort, May 7th Wo would bepleined to have those wanH The is hale and 1'tiUon county. Election in Au On motion of C. L. Handle the hearty and sanguine of success. ing any thing in the Agricultural line call Sheriff of gust next. call was approved by the Fulton Hits plan for a private saiiUariuni to wc us before buying. We represent a factories, and county Democracy; and the fol is a noble one, and ho will wake it number of first clasMachinery And handle Iniplu but tlie lowing delegates were appointed a successful one. It will bo re- nothingknowing best the best is always the ments, that by tho chair: Goo. Warren, Jos membered that the city haslcascd cheapest. We will make a liberal divide miTK Luton, Bobt. Binford, Jero Jones, tho hospital building, on the work- of our commissions to cash purchasers, and bought in Hickman. We invite all to coht'e in and see "that '6ur pnrchapers. P. J. Oliver, and Bobt. Watson. house road, to him, and it ia this easy tfrms to limefor known nnd We are agenls tie well On motion, tho chairman and all which he is getting ready for ocFASItlOMBLE & Sili other good Democrats were added. cupancy. Dr. Bullock, who be- popular factories, Kingsland Ferguson Manufacturing Company's Threshers, En. On motion of C. L. Bandlo, Hon. came so favorably known as Su- gincs, Corn Shelters. Saw Mills, Cotton J. D. White, of Ballard county, perintendent of the Lexington Gins, &c; Pitts Son's Chicago Thresher. TJ. are exactly as represented ahd ve will sell them at prices that will was recommended as tho choice Asylum, will be Dr. Blackburn's Engines, &c ; C. Aultman & Co's. world Harvest Machinery of Fulton county, as delegate to assistant. Mrs. Judge Morris is renowned and popular Mowers, Threshers, give satisfaction. ..Binders, Kcaiwrs, the National Convention at Chica aimost as widely known for her Engines &c., fea;ali D. M. Osbirne & Co's. go, from this Congressional Dis philanthropy as her brother, and fine line of popular Harvest Machinery SHOP. North "West corner of Moscow Cf and Troy Avenues, East Hickman', Ky., trict. three such workers will make the their Binders "that beat them all alike; BaySatisfacUdn guaranteed. Hoozier wheat and corn Drills, Sulky Hay On motion of Geo. Warren, tho institution a model one. Aplil. Hakes, (nothing better in this line); Bren-na- n Hon. Thos. L. Jones and tho Hon. & Co's. Wheat & Corn Drills, Sorghum Jas. A. McKenzie were declared Machinery, Corn Shellurs, Threshers, &c; Dr. Gnle'i I eilgrnntlon. to bo the choice of tho Democra-c- v and many others too tedious to mention. W. DIESTELBEINK The text of Dr. Gale's resigna- We kceJJ in stock a general assortment of of Fulton county as delegates at lurge to tho Na tion hns just been published.0 It Plows, Culti'alors, &c- - In a won!, we are for tho State to furnish, on short notice, any? X1N" tional Democratic Convention. shows that ho is still detcruuned prepared thine wanted in the way of Farm Machinp On motion, Hon. Thos. G.Poore, to make his record square as ery end Implements. is hereby appointed proxy to cast Our line of Groceries is complete, and of tho voto of Fulton county on any against public unanimity of opin- the beat qtlality. Headquarters for Flour, at from 50c to and all questions at the approach- ion! opace $1 00 per barrel les than any house in ing State convention, in tho abCentral Kentucky LukatiC town; Flour pure and unadulterated. NOtrouble to name all articles, but no to show goods, sence of any delegates from the Asylum, Superintendent's ofnridomc and see, at the corner of Troy FecJ, of all kinds, for Stocki county. iPlease fcall alitl Sec iis, ahd make your and Moscow Avenue. East Illckmrn, Ky fice, Anchorage, ANf Speeches were mado by nom To His Excellency J Iroctnr Ku&it, wants known, and you will oblige truly, 3S3SN ' POW'ELL & BROTHER. C. L. Randle and T. M. French. Governor of Kentucky Dear fmof Ky , April 11, 1S31. On motion, tho pros.out "Gounty find myself in a state of Sin BOOTS AND SHOES. health Hickmax, sl Scpps;i? Democratic Committee is recom- which renders it impossible fdr nl?jiH.fc.Ti.t1 .1 flJl iw BH mended for continuance. Shcrifi's Sale. me to discharge the duties of tlio MEDIC N'ES! On motion, tho county papers office of Superintendent of the By virtue of execution No. 2828, direct 3PA.I1STT8 are requested to publish theso Central Kentucky Lunatic Asy- ed to me, which issued from the Clprk'a in Keeps in stock, the Ver Best Material, (be Hicbman Common Pieas Court, proceedings ti Vl.x y"2h m lum, or defend myself against tbe office ot On motion, tho convention ad false and unfounded aspersions of in favor of Jno. Finch, administrator, and keeps only the best workmen. Work A.KTX against W. II. Belew, I, or ono of my Dep- guaranteed. Repairing solicited journed, sine die. enemies In this state of caso I uties, will, en Monday, tho 12. h day of , am advised that I owe myself and May, between the hours of 12 A Startling IMncovery, o'clock, m., and 1 o'clock; p jj., at the SALE AND LIVERY STABLE tno btnte the duty to resign said Mr, Wni. .Tnftn&nn. nf Htirnn Tint Court House door in Hickman, Fulton wntca thos his wife hid been troubled witb office, which I now do, to take ef- county, Ivy , cxposo to Public Sale, to the &C, &C, &. ftc:j &c, &c. acute & lor many years, and thai fect on tho 2nd day of May, 1881, highest bi'lder, tho following property, V all remedies trif-- ravi nn m deferring tho matter of going out (or so much thereof, as may be necessary KENTUCKY STREET. lief, until lie procured a bottle of Dr Kingt only a few days that I may arrange to satisfy PUiulitTs debt, interest, and constantly on hand for hi; New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, gSPrcscriptiona filled at any hourj day or night, King night ball after 10 6'i!ao When costs,) to wit : Plat ATo. 2 in lb diviaion KEEPS salb and Colds, which had ft magieal efftet, nnd somo matters necessary. of the lands of Jas. Davis, deceased, conr: M. HORSES, BU0QIES and HACKS. nroduCfd a nerminentenrp. Tt is n,,- - my health enables me to do so? I sisting of 43 acres, and bounded as folHaving purchased the stable, korBfS shall request tho privilege of filing lows: Beginning at a post at tho teed to cure all Diseases of Threat, Lung?, and entire outfit of T7. B. Plummer or Bronchial Tube$. with this letter of resignation a Plat No. 1; thenco west 75 LOWER ana LOWER. W. A.; HBNSOH", Trial Botiles Free at Fortune's Drus? vindicatioiffrom the charges un polei to apoat; thence south 36 poles to a we propose to continue thb business, and .solicit patronage , Store. Lirse Size S1.0D. kit Allkinda of Groceries' justly and falsely mado against post; thence cast 75 poles to a poet; thence as cheap as the cheapest. I will not bo me, so that the executivo records north 06 poles to (he beginning; being Gratltiuie. Peculiar the same deeded to JOHN WITTING. J Walker by D undersold. may show what the records of a Johns, commissionerJ.and by Walker to P. IIlCKMAX JAIIjj legislative committee would have levied upon as the property of W. 25cts Lower than the Lowest April 25, 1SS1. f Judge Murrell: Wo being shown if the ovidenco on which H.Belen. Sale will be made on a credit I have no clerk expnsss no store ran TeujiS. on trial before your Honor, yester- they acted had not been kept from of three (3) months, bond with approved and pay cash for all my Groceries, and day, tho 24th of said month, we tho country by refusing its pub- security required, bearing interest nt the therefore can. sell as cheap as the cheap rato of G per cent, per annum, from day est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon both acknowledge our ignorance lication. GF FVJSOIX, KY. Respectfully yours,-B-. of sale, and having tbe force and effect of Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the tort for not expressing our many thanks JOHN WITTING; st. II. Gale, M. D., Supt? a replevin bond. to you and our learned attorney; W. d. JdHNSON, Shff. P. C. also, the State's attorney, for bis AprillG, 188L Est ray. Jlucklcn's Arnica Snlvc". brief little speech in presence tif Strayed from the premises of the underThe BnsT S ilve in the world for Cuts, Reveille! IVovelllofcf KoreitlfM signed, on the Dresden road, 4 miles from your Honor IliCKMiyt KENTUCKY, Urui.--. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever . A magnificent line of ladies A. L. King, of April, Dr3 Goods Hickman, about the 10th day Yearling-An. SdP-HTetter Chapped Hand. Chilblain.. Dress Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Neck 1S84, one Loan Money, Buytf rftcon'niii pale) red aided Bull A. J. Martin.-Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi Wear, recovery Wishes to inform the public generally, that and SelU Exchagc on any Point in tho Handkerchiefs, Hosier?, G'oves, information lending to the lively curesPilrs. or no pav required. It he js fully prepared to do all kind of Denl- - Un'tcd gtatc?,, JMiciU Account rf tbcf Seaside Library, guaranteed to ,, wrfrcl tfaet,on, rsns, rarasoiBjttc. rewsiviesin all ot the of said Yearling, will bo liberally renar. i. i.i y The Sow IiAm,,uOI1 l.nw. T3rwr,?'ccMTcync SOlTHLKS r.HTOKV UIKI'S. ..... it'l.lrll TJir-- . A-c ,.t.i'i.Bjirzr 3w,B!HB5ia5S?SESt" nrus - o Will JL3JLlji ,ss MVSfefe'fea --re-sto- ck W - EgSsgaeasfigss iite h: jTll j I to-w- it i .- -, k In is Hg d White Goods, Embroideries, &c. " pi-fee- "io CLOSE AT &7J50, " f wxvu..jj, nil " s !Q iQfe&iifiLJ HATS. HATS; ?. Iti-v- I-IA.- HA.TS. i-H- ose, MAXWELL- lf ""!" fni V"-'-- - .. - x ?LAUT BROS. Made -- & CO. n, HF Prices? d; BABY 1 TJGGIES Furniture ! sa 'Tea wiah-ingtob- mmm cji-de- nt 3- - Coarier-Junron- l. w ro-gro- ss tri-vat- eA. 4v;ui7 Ml. -- C3rLLXnT and Builders of Houses, & fi fJ fococ-cupanc- y. HIOKJEAN, il. V5 THEfFINET, -- "Wja.:!: tE T. d SiROEDl, THE THE LOWEST PEICE EVER thecheapest, the moststylish, most dupable the Most "eashionablEj the the best selected ant) &EST GOODS FOR -- THELAEGEST, THE CHOICES! THE PEETTIEgT, B00sTHOrnn. P P4 :o t 4MB; J; W. COWGiLL, DEALSB Family s. IvY.,--is&i- DIUJGS, r -- Trusses E. GLAZIER. 1 SJa YcLl -- 188-1- TDiLET-KRTICLE- S Eauis Parker siutb-weBtcorner- of hamB,-jides- Be-le- FULTON BANK DENTIST, .,,a V03 CapitaiVSoOOO.OO, y Uilhttsbitrg Beirut!3 at FOXTUXE-- give other reading matter, note kept in stock, or money refnndeil. Price 2o cents DRUG STORE. box. ForFaleat FOHTUK'o Drug Storejl pr 0,,., . Go(J(1 .. at ;ccg f h ded. Address, i'tr?- - W. D. HARPER, II. BUCHANAN. May 2, ISSi-- lt IJickman, Ky. t:m, will please call at my etol Laded c Hou. "frh'os further iiiforma Office, first People Generally. Collect ions and lVmpS door .rccrittance at" Cnrrcnt Rate of Exchange'. A. T. MITCH EIL, Ca-hT- " o - .i. K'. h I i . 4lu .- -, ,- - ., ?' J -- .' 2t -. t ISSS sTlr - P0ttcgiif-- S 5SW K :T" - : ;! - '- - -- . -- v- V .. v 4 1 v. .W OLD tSI FRi Ml BESTIAL XTEN Tho Republican National Convention meets ono mouth earlier A Eepublican was elected to than tho Democratic, and therethe Legislature, to succeed Leech, fore there is more light as to Re- deceased, in the Democratic coun- rmhlirnn but, eVCU ty of Caldwell. The Banner say 8 with them, it is easier to sec who the indifference of Democratic not wout tlmn tho Republicans Yotcra caused the result. who will be their, nominees. 3 tia em W?iiUhWh of the Feopl I will sell these Goods and the maker of Lowi Prices has returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of New Goods ever brought to Hickman. Twenty Per Cent. Cheape than any house in this Western country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Call and examine Goods and prices. HICKMAN COUEIBB. Renila, ltosxla, H. BUCHANAN. Jtoct. .o 0 (lie Lan Of One of the most stirring speeches at the banquet of the Iroquois B. F. O'DANIEL, M. D.f Club in Chicago on Tuesday lfit was delivered by the Hon. James HIS PROFESSIONAL H JJkxtox. thirtr years a Senator, said: It. SER. Doolittle, for twelveyeare UniOFFERS to the citiiena of Hickman and X Lecture ob th Kntar0.TrBtBiat school and 'Gie the people good paths to Mtid Rail leal cure of S?mlnI WetknMj, r ted States Senator from Wiscongood roda to market Spermtturrhw. Induced tj tlenity. InTdaiW lufx.t-tlCJftrtom The following fTlce Corner roon in Laeltdt House. tj ErntMlon, toMarriagr Renerallj ; IHbllltj, sail Impediment! "Good paths to school and good sin. remarks is worthyextract from CdmaaatUa, of-- the serhis EplUi.nj n rite Mental and I'hjiical IsmpmIt, roads to market," has always been ious attention of every Democrat Ac y ROBERT J. Ct LYERWELL, M. d .(. ami always reliabl6 Hardware house of The old, popular thor of tha "Graen llaok," Ac. A., Th? the politicB of the Hickman Couit- - who can remember and reflect: author. In tall a.4nlMa Blainv-'rt5,nLvnEdmunds, htclattf cifaflj proTri from bit own iiftrliut . JlPirtmnqn TrtTCvplo in wo note with prido that, and TUereJs another that the BFful cttnTUnr af 5lf Abaia aaaT fc OlrXerko Gobdo Williams PHYSICAN AND SUR6E0N, ' ' lEn; cau-norH.ctuUj imoifJlui.uian;.i(. argUl aaw K. coming campaign, that V nlace. the sentiment of Fulton county is this overlook. 1 remember1 thatt vototFfor the Educational bill, niid are j. ,.. rtlona. Iwuglea, lntrnmentp, rlni or or41J; Icr the first e5 mode of core t once cartala aa iv polntinyoot HICKMAN, KENTUCKY aome papers denounce it as anti- - BIpAf0Ts the brainiest man in tho rapidly endorsing tho platform. It in 1870 we fectal( by which ererj sutTeier, no nattar what htJ elected our X'resideut , cendltlon mar euro hlnu.lf .Laaalr. arl- - ..j..jiuii.mat Democratic. Well, we may notJpartytheir greatest leader, but is the two issues of practical poli- and Vice President. A.ml I rekinds of Hardware, OFFERS hit Professional Services to I mirnu tttiw vitl ymt a loot tmntt Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all immediately af- member another thing be capable of iudrinir. bat vG leui of Ilitkmaa and vicinity. tmandi teal. In a plain enTelnse. V nr lA. thiv dare not nominate him. Ho tics directly and of our people, leaders of the Republic that the which are offered at Sent nader party in Jaalfl-'Sfecting the interests know that more than drrn, on receipt of four cenli, or t yaiMy is overwhelmingly the choice of tamp. AiidreM. Senate-- X will re Senators from the South the Republican masses, but nearly infinitely of moro importance to tho House and THE CULYERTTELL MEDICAL CO., tley are both by to 4 1 Ann Bt., Sew York, X. T. ; Toit OSea Bei, M . Toted as he did. Gland, Lamar, all the party leaders, from Grant us than anv of tho abstract theo fer . them . name, xr Garfield L. C. Voorbees, Georg'j Brown, &c and Conkling down, are bitterly ries of government with which in tho Ilou8e aml semtor Morton politicians usually entertain us. jn the Senate substaitially pledg- ATTORNEY Ar LAW roted for it, and they are pretty opposed to him. for cd themselves as leiders of tho and We'vo been scared to death good Democrats. that th very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to Collector, Arthur is the choice of the lead- twenty-fiv- e Real Estate Agent years or moro about Kepublicau party, and pledged the be exactly as represented. oppose Blaino, and the Mr. rUorj ncvt"0 of TJaf h, t anncunead at ers who cr.n, Kopubhcau partyto pleaders of ... .... ww. Btpabllran enll,''' r Conrn from thli !! tlin IlPinniTRfV. tlmt .t tuer WOU1U and his administra tiuuaiuiiuvu, HICKMAN, KY. . . : jj p , f !'r Wlow at TrliTJ, but .' trlrt. Hiryl ...i.:i. .nil mj l.n join m appointing tin) mgu com xi-.un;ii .ii " L li porpIltlcUu. Priacttm iJaatwr. prudent and conser- li'igui, tion has been 90- - Will attend promptly to all buil well enough in their place, but mission, part to bo jomposed of poar politician thera lo hi being in Southweetert vative ; but his candidacy would neia entrusted him E. E. CASE & tjourt y exist mie diflVresce of opinioa, and that which should concern us most, the Judges of tho Su,reme House Keat0cky and JTorlhweitern Tennesse that it is no every one represent the ring of an opini d" the wVt and part of members Srecialattention irivcn to th iflTestig just now, is good paths to the and members of the Senate, that lliat will gra with yo. Paducah Stanand not the heart of tho Retion of Land titles, and the purchase dard. good roads to they would consent, aid the comschool house and Estato. fjan8 least money. Experienced workmen employed. isle f Ral Tho best roof for-tl-ie Houston is good enough as a publican party. Nets, Seinei, Line. Hooka, oJ jjft . market. mission would absolutely do what desired, aa this house will givo upe-ci- al EdmuntlB stands third, and is a politician, but belongs to a bad of idling Taaklo and Sippliw, at 1ka years 'ago, it will bo re- they were made for namely, to The attention of builders especially eolici ed, Some party. That's the trouble, gentle- great lawyer the choice of the inducements. Corresiondence H. A. & R. T. Tyler, gain. Gruceric and Family SuppUta (p crally. membered by some, that the Ilick-ma- n try the question wluther there men. :Kew England States, but thorvote ii Louisiana R. B- - BREVARD. Coummi, through tho wholo was a fraudulent or not. oughly unpopular in the Western Xaw? A BUgrftecfnl Record. of one campaign, urged in editorWhen it was proposal to prove States. From thr Chattanooga Tlmrr . ial after editorial, that tho peniten- before Commissionthat those HICKMAN, KENTUCKY The Logan boom has subsided, tiarv labor of this Stato instead of returns that Louisiana pro false, The acquit tal of Buford left an ineflacea-kl- e from stain on the Stae and it people. To and he appears to have no chance. ATTBND TO ALL BU8IKE83 being employed to compete with ami forged, and fruudileut, and Tho bwt mk of th cdfefafc& lit Cor&eilson off with a fine, a it he had entrusted to their care. Republican the industry ot itonestiaoor,snoiiui m,at the Tilden electors mui re- MANUFACTURERS OF In all probability tho Columbus committed an ordinary outrage on a private Office Millet Block. eitix-will complete the disgraceful record nominee, will be neither of tho bo used to build and maintain good ceived nearl v 10,000 uajority m aov8-'- 78 will be noticed that Kentucky Judc are deciwairon roads throughout the State prominent names now contending Our then Senator and representa- Louisiana, that Commistiou do tho "regular genie" for disappointed Biii'ors, flURHL ded that they would nit ana my be beaten or killed for acta done for tho place, but some new man. pronounced tho suggestion very thing they were md to do tive 0. on the bench with impunitv. Indications points moro certainly impracticable and refused to in to wit, try the quostioi. When for sale, Whatevor opinion people may to Gen. Gresham,of Indiana, than terfere with the existing roau Mr. Garlicld came back from lhat from ATTORNEY AT LAW KeptSale Stableatof a bargain, al the Uwj ami have of Judge Reid's course, wo any one else, or Robert Lincoln, system. The road overseers of Commission into the llcuso, CarPA PaI3 & PARKKB Illinois, in convention last week, ter H. Harrison met himaud said, take it, that all good citizens will of Illinois. KY. HICK MAX, endorse the working of convicts "Mr. Garfield, how in heaven's fy JDrenr demand that Corncilson, his asPublic sentiment is not suff- exclusively on tho wagon roads of name could you voto ajainst trybe punished to the Teteitta promptly 3S7COLLECTIOXS sailant, should LiaMTMti Aa roaiictM iciently shaped yet for ono to give tho State, under the control of ing that question after making that BQAbslracls of titles a specialty. full extent of tho law, for his bru-ta- l confident guess as to who will tho county authorities. &52J-rzzksz2- Ji speech in tho House!" ' Mr. Gara zzss&sst&m 2&cs5asak, assault. Conjnjission Ifenl field turned upon him. "Carter" be tho Democratic nominee. TT1I1 Arthur WHUtlraw? cards said he, "If jou hud the II. Tilden and Hendricks would un- Wellington Cor. New York World. W. KNOBRR Tkea nr ihoKeawin. IlICKiiAJf, 7, wouldn't yon play 'em!'' doubtedly bo the iioininccB if they Thcro is a general belief among This great outrage and wrong blood of my Jint, I did nt want the Keep always on baad, rk (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) on my hands. I kucw that if I will accept, but it appears to be tho Republicans at Washington noes uuuuuishcd as lonjr as the LIME. CEMENT, M: T BLASTS MEV killed him it would wreck my life and do understood vwthoy will not. that President Arthur will at au Republican party its in power. It , PLIES, ORASa SEEDS, CJ.OY. trey my ucifnlnese. I did not want the early day withdraw from tho can- is unavenged, out ilie people- of E Randall, of Pennsylvania, Is the ryectacle of bis proctrato form and the Sen- this country have not forgotten it, vass. A leading Republican Will uhVr liberal adtamet OSjjsj mournful profaion of his wife and eight ablest man in tho party, but tho Com, Ac, for e or shipiaeai. ho is worth three or four and they have not forgiven it. ator AND marhing constantly be helplrss children Dicb.4 up millions, and who contributes most foie my Te and haunting me day and active antagonism worked Tjiinnmnj' Will not Rebel. night. I did not wint the glomy shadow against him by the free trade Dem- liberally to the campaign funds of drk t nine the window! and dimming the ocrats, will prevent his nomina- his party said to the n orlu Tammany Hall will send i.0 Caldwell's Higlj Seljti light ia my own kotn?. representatives to the Democratcorrespondent: Seend To have taken Tngoace myself tion. "I don't believe Arthur will be ic Convention at Chicago. John would have belied my whte life and char-c- tr VEiLES TrtK FIFTH YEAU aiUcoBiaiiai McDonald, of Indiana, is more in the convention. I not only be- Kelley said to a reporter regardand Christian profeilon. JAM US KOC2SCU, Aug. 3711. &&& Third A a lawyer, a citizen, and a actively urged than any one, but lieve he will uot, but I am sure of ing their course: HICKXAX, KUXTUCKY, and continue bids pi5i oeictT, I have always been a 1ot being rogardod as the representanaober of it." I am sorry to say that some rof th law believed in its enforcement, His counte of ntudj, iu additioa to & folks think Tammany is going to DRUGS, MEDICINES, FAINTS MD Diii-S- Hf "Why aro you sure 1" respected iU Biajes.tr and denounced its vio- tive of free trade, the Democrats ugh Primary TToik, will include Kt;4 ago I had a long the convention to make trouble. "Several weeks lations. I could uot consistently consent to differing with that view, would opsiainemaiici, niural feciensv.ttexs talk with two of the principal Such is not tho case. Tho conbecome mysU a violator of it anl attempt & SOKT, xM!i aim ,mo jhjok rveepin re B. 3., pose his nomination. The same friends of tho President, who have vention will be harmonious, and to become the executioner of it lor evtn a ship, Elocution and Vocal Cultuie. "33- T3MC -- A 3ST. 3HE DC 3 wrong done me. causes that shelves Randall will been conducting his canvass. whoever tho candidate may bo it TvrnoN motm These are the reasons given by shelve McDonald. They came to seo me if I would is certain that ho will receive tho , t Primary, Naskyille, Tennessee, COXPOVIfDMD!. Intermediate, Judge Eeid, of the Superior Court, Payne, of Ohio, is strong, be- support Arthur. 2t"ow, I am friend- support of the united Democracy. f&- - PZE3CR 1FTIOXS CA&A T J IS AdtTincfd, . PA11 ly to Arthur, I believe his course I say this without reservation. for not resenting a cowhiding in- cause it is confidently believed will support any candimade a Republican victory f Payable monthly k Adraxoa. ' jOk. flicted by one Corueilson. They that he can Becure Ohio to tho has us this year not only possible Tammany receives the nomination. 43-T? for dato who f nh i nwvt i ComrninsIcncr'M ShIc are brave words, heroic words, if Democrats, but he is charged with but probable ; but I told Arthur's I do not care to discuss Mr. Til MARY CALDWEl J t P Painty Food fn & Mtnaffcrlft. Hickman, Ky., Acasf 2, 2SS. ne could know they were honest- being a king of monopolies, &c, friends that I should support him den at present. I know that there Noxt in point of heavy feeding come Fal-rCircuit Court, Uaatnekr.S HICKMAN MARBLE WORK only under certain conditions. I are many who want him to bo tho eloplmuta. Their chief food m hay, Haul Broi. & Co., l'lainti&V ly uttered and prompted by the which will prevent his nomination of which it tnkca about four times aa Equity. Against reasons assigned; but, this thing Democratic sentiment just now, said to them Arthur can't think of nominated; but I understand that much to kocp an elephant as jt does to niCKMAN, KY. being a candidato unless he has he positively declares that he does dnli. J eating aboui keep a horso, tho elephant of submitting to au actual cow- - precisely as with the Republicans, s of the delegates from not want tho nomination. That is By virtue of a gndgraeni l nil order of I hay s-c- ;. tygsra nil kinds f stalls aid faasy hiding, is so extremely degrading points agaimt tho nomination of Uow York. Kothmg less than settled. So far as Mr. Tildon's 100 pounds of order every twenty-fou- r ap le of the Fulton Circuit Court, render to keep ud his Anil in not intellect is concerned, 1 believe hours. tho hay must bo tho best going, ed t the February teru thereof, 1884.1D will do, and tho one-thir- d andfcamiliating, that it is difficult many, but does not, if wo count that petite for the euro or five bun ibe mbore DBAIK& IX Tilden out of viow, point decided- for him must bo passive. 2ow, him to be strong, but I fear that being invariably timothy of the beat dred nd cftuie, dollars And ten cenie, ta mndetstand how any eighteen animals that cat hay aro Other Arthur's friends agreed to my ho could not stand tho physical G per cent, to any. of the citizen can submit to ly camels, tho deer, zebra, wiih intereet t the rte day of March, J TALI AH AMD AXI&ICAX MAftBLB and Conreotioneries. Will oe pleases la id 3rd per annum from Gov. Hoadly, of Ohio, and Gov. proposition then, and that is why strain of protracted eauvass or and giraffes, tho see his old customers, and will both s!t animals of the cattlo different each panishment without making Cleveland, of New York, would I am Bure Arthur will pull out in a endure the fatigues ot olhco. 1884, until paid, and $48.25 eoata herein, them in price and Most all theso aro fed on what ia I thall proceed Call and sea some show of resentmout. We make the strongest ticket, and if dignified way when the proper I think tho candidates should known aa mixed hay, timothy and clo- court home doortoin offer for aale at the M0HUMK5T8, XOKB ABD OKAYS as. "Qniek Salesquality. Saall Profit U. and Hickman, Ky., to Ibe Ton't oe undersold fjaa4lf as easily anderstand how one we had to name the ticket this time comes. Tho Republican man- have robust physical health. As ver, which is about 20 per cent, cheaper highest bidder at Public Auction, on wo should certainly say agers would not take the chance ho is, in my opinion, certain to bo than tho timothy alone. day of May, 1884, al 1 8TOHS8. Monday, the IZth mam can whip another even with week, COMMISSIONER'S S.4XK Thero aro 101 other creatures requir- o'clock, r. M., or thereabout!, (being Counof any moro Folger business. elected, ho ought to have tho a cowhide, and by reason of some "Hoadly and Cleveland." was a clover man and a physical ability to attend to the ing, in many cases, much more dchcato ty Court day), upon a credit of lix Folgcr reeeiTei a flne let ef have to Tho advantage it can not be preventgood one, but the fact that public dutieB of the office personally. It and costly food. usually fresh and salt montbi, the following described property, HAYIXQ Italian Marble, I aa pre- Fatten ClrcMlt Coart Kea tacky, Tk wBljr X.at ta Victory. fish, lo wit: sentiment was ignored in putting would not do to have a man who bo fed on each animal taking twolvo to county ofThe following- property in the pared to ill! all orders. Call aid examine Herman Felk aad wife Plaintiff, 1 ed, bat it seems to us that com- Lebanon Herald. Fulton, viz.- Tho northwest mackerel, him up as a candidate brought would be obliged to depend upon fifteen to each meal twice a day, and fractional quarter, and the undivided half ur work. Eqcjtt. jiGAixsT. mon instinct, the laws of self deOrders frem the ceuntry promptly II. II. Wilson, &c, Urfendants ) Who will be the victors in the down upon us au overwhelming others. Rut, as I said, Tammany consuming all together 100 pounds of of the northeast quarter of lection 35, fense, t say nothing of true man- coming Presidential race is a ques- defeat." ay 26 By tirtue of a judgment aad order ot township 1, range weit of 6 west. Alio, will support the nominee. We fish daily. livers como one undiviJed 1 6ih interest in Ibe northBale of the Fulto Circuit Ojurt rendered hood, weald prompt,, nay compel, tion at this time involved in much Next in point of delicate want tho convention to decide that fractional quarter of section 26, Tr anm 1884, ia CrmllKoa to Rli. inb Fibtw'J for the tbereofr NinrUea tho polar bears, whoso regular diet is Republican party aome resentment. It is a sad doubt. to The very much divided pffial Dlipatch to tha Commercial. question after a full discussion, bread soaked in milk, with fish now and west of tewnsbip 1, range west of G west. Also, taeaboxe use be seems atate-e- f Dollars witb Hundred and Forty-Sat- an and have no doubt that tho best then for a change Tho black bears are one aped mare mule of sorrel color, on affairs, to be sure, when to bo put forward, Mt. Sterling, Ky., April 24. man will be nominated. Our sucintere'&t the rate of six per cent, per the jadgea of our courts shall be upon ikemen united on the great also given bread, 100 pounds being used sorrel horse mule aged about aeren years, but they are tinura frem lb 4lh- day of March lb84, unJohn Jay Corueilson, the assailant cess will depend ou tho man who daily. Vegetables of almost every sort one sorrel horse about six years oIdrao(l O. expected to make bullies and question of the tariff. Protection of Judge Reid, lit paid, aad $7.40 cuU herein, I shall cattle; or so aucfc of will bo tho most popular with tho are fod. liberally to tho diffeiint animals 15 head of stockmay be neeeesarji has sent the fole proceed to offer for sale at the arixe-ightcr- s (DAYIS' OLD STAN P.) viMmio-onotatocs. carrots, onions ana said property as of themselves, but will be the watchword, and this lowing note addressed to Jndgo Democratic voters." door, in Uickmau, kly., to the highest cabisfy said ddbt and cost. To be sold in ibe A.11 kinds or turnips. Tho elephants are great will gam not a few votes. Tho selling the these jadges aro human AUCTIU', oq MONDAY bage eaters, in addition to their standard following order.- First, present outlook is more favora- Reid. Reid declines the proposi- Wall Street Xo rneonnrcmeat. horses and mules; then the real es. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES the l'ith day of May 1884, at oae o'clock, h'ewi.) giraffes singularly subject to tho feelings and ble for Mr. Blaino for tho first tion: The diet, hay. r. K., or thereabouts (betg County Ciarv following order; First, the while tale, in A negro near Selma, Ala., who enough, aro great onion caters, of the laat iraetthementioned, and lastly, the first vsually kept In a s anpalses of other mortals they place, and 3Ir. Lincoln for the secbouse, atbot day), upon a credit of six and twelta "Should my application for a re deer and goats, and animals promonths the following described traots or they aro gentlemen possessed of ond, with Gens. Logan and Grant hearing of tho case of Howard vs. had rented a piece of land and the species, eat carrots and turnips and mentioned, or sufficient thereof to to be torn prices. parcels of land lying in Fulton, county, gone into cotton, sat down with a cow FkNCY CAXD1E3, TBASt duce the sum' ol money so ordered are the pride and spirit of manhood, conspicuous figures in the back- Corueilson be had before a full white man ono day last February potatoes. Bran and oats and corn once made. For the purchase price, the it: XINCE-MEAAriCKLXS Kentucky, acres of land, more or less, party is to bo court of unpreiudicod. eminent liberally distributed mostly also About200 and neither law or public scnti-Bae- ground. If this with approved surety or securito see how he had come out. g ORJTS now owned by saiddefenuaul,. n. . or twico a week among the -UOMIiVT. continued in power, we would bo lawyers and jurists, and tho opinties, must execute bond, bearing lgl in CRANBERRIES. demands of them a surren- glad son, and being portions of the 3. . and S. Blaine should become ion of Judge Richards so dama- no"Let's see!" said the friend, as animals. most delicate and expensive terest from the day of sale until paid, that Tho got out nis pencil, "xon raisH". quarter of section 30, aud the N. W. der the right to defend thein-eeWt- Chief Magistrate. ging to my character aB an attoand haTing the force and ffTect of feeder in tho place, perhaps, is the ournng-otany ed four bales, eh!" quarter of sretioa 31, all ia township 1, Bidders will be prepared to "Wecau understand how The Democratic party is very rneybe sustained (with right of whioh gets beef, potatoes, Sugar, Coffees, Supx, efec. rauge & west, being the entire tract of promptly with theso terms. "Zactlyfo' bales, sah." 'WARREN, bread and honey. As thero. is only one three quar owned the judge of a court can properly much divided on tho tarifT issue. appeal to Court of Appeals) by GEO. "It took two to navtho rent!" iWill not bo undersold. Bjjis, to laud now boundedbyashim in saidOn thesoutbt in the collection at present, tho cost of follows: The larger and more conservative such a tribunal properly selected teraand Master Commiiiiomr. Will pay full price for Butter, .pass by unnotfeed words, howev"Yes sab." keeping this grinning sntiro on tho by the lands conTeyed by U. H. ifllson toelement are in favor of a tariff as to administer justice uuder tho Aner violent, newspaper criticism enunciated in tho Ohio platform, law 1 It would do more toward "And tho other to square up for human species is nof multiplied. omitll. S. IFilson, on the north by the lands of 11. Hllaon, other delicacy which must not bo and denunciation in public speech- while the Wattcrson clement aro condemning tho assault upon you rations!" THE BARTER GROCERY- - Mat Fowler, andthoBaorE.H. II. IFiIsob,) ted in the diet of tho polar bears is fish (conTojedto them by said and restoring confidence in your "Dat's it." supplies a get of destroying all existing es, but they ought not to be exOu the east by thaDyersburg road and said "And now you want to know oil, of wliich they hay, scvoral is tho oats :J. M. MONTGOMERY, Week. After tho lands sold to H. S. (Tilson and on th tariff laws, and upsetting tho whole integrity than a thousand indigna how much you pected to submit quietly and the are ahead? Well, tho next chief source of expenso in Home MR. to his friends And froth public that west by said lands conveyed to E. H. If'il-snot counting tho tion meetings, hangings in otligy supply of he has opened a new and to blows and cowhidings. matter entirely,a step, but, going and bar indorsements, etc., gotten Moses you seem to have como out tho way of animal food. As for the No Need of Going From aud the township line between 5 and cost of such to Buy Your Plows, all kinds of Family Orocerikh, which he 6. AUothoS. W. quarter of section 19, fowls, tho larger ones aro fod on corn, We ean understand ho wofter some blindly to work, to accomplish a ul uj juui uuuiumar menus to aoout oven." will sell as low as the lewpyi. lie is rea township 1 raugo 5 west, owned by said "Am dat so!" replied tho old while tho small birds aro fed on canary dy at all times to exchange Groceries at U.S. Wilson andeenTeyed tobiea by K.D. my hanrep&gsed, when one has given object, heedless of the bale- whitewash you to the people of all of them now and then get man, with a crest-fallelook. "If Bood, and Muse & Shaw have just received oaeh prices for Butter, Egg", Chickens, or meat. Philadelphia Tho tenden- our native Stato, especially to the you can't figger n Brown, Apr, 27, 1880. The CbBamissioner had tiate to coolly- - and calmly ful icousequences. at least a small chunk of a large assortment of Plows, con- any kind of marketing thai the farming will first sell tho S. W. quarter of setftioa dat cies arc, that a conservative man people of this appellate 'district. fifty dollars in doht I'mdoau' see Timet. weigh the consequences of killing in. sisting of the famous South Bend friends may bringpaid. Tho highest mar 10 township 1 range 5 weal, aad if itdoes upon the Ohio If you will have this done a high any incouragement T will black-oyc- d ket price always Katie is a uot bring enough to satisfy said debt being killed, that tho appalling idea, bo put forward to S aQca(l Chilled Plow; AVEREY'S World J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. and upon reduction of inter- and impartial court formed and dis spring!" baby, just too cuto for any nso. The costs, be will tkea sell the reChilled and esults to his own family, orto the nal revenue, and an economic ad- tho case tried fairly according to maining tracts, or so muck thereof as uiay other night she closed her little prayer Renowned Plows family f his assailant, might force ministration of the public service. law, and tho opinion of Judge be necessary to satisfy same. Or eufficiect The man who said Tilden was in as follows: "Dod plcaso ma to mo a Steel, ofall descriptions. Also, the autl then, forgetting ROELKER Plow, which cant be thereof to produce the aura of money to-- smother his insulted pride, With such a ticket, and such a Richards sustained, I will make to his dotage has taken ft ack 6eat dood little tlirl" him to be made. For the purchase prioe, gain- you such apology or other repara- since the Iroquois Cluo letter was for whoso sake, she added "for pity's beat. These Plows will be sold many votes will bo OXO-- but how one can stop the purchasers, with approved surety or to reason platform, Republican ranks, and tion in my power as may bo deter- published. Mr. Bake, amen." ed "Whatever may bo per cent, cheaper than ever sold securities, roust exeealo bonds, bearing rethaa when the blows from the thefrom the States can be carried. mined by a committee to be se- Tildcn's condition physically, he Ax undertaker gets his living where 25 Hickman before. They also keep doubtful gal interest from the day of sie until in cow-hid- e arc raining down on his Any other step than this will bo lected by tho bar of Kentucky in is in full possession of his mental another man dies. paid, and having the foree and effeot of on hand a large assortment of Gear oxo judgment. Bidders wiM bt prepared shoulders, requires a moral cour- cool suicide for tho party. Xo such manner as they may choose. facnlties. There is only one man ing, Harness, and baduien, to be Keeps the very best mnken of comply promptly wilbthese terms. will surrender claim to judgment in the world who could have writthe I Irter. frcoTi age, we can neither understand or an is strong enough to pull plat-fwl- and pay costs in event j a m be- It takes 800,000 pounds of cnewmgio- GEO. WARREN-Maste- r afli nu- ten that letter, and his initials arc bacco a year to aupply the United State- - oia cueaP- - Give thero of and cool, and poliie and attentive clerks to PVty through on a free trade Ommk-!I0: pprecia'e. Uore purchasing. ance of the case." ere cuMomeis. fttmy. S. J. T. Nlf-Abu- "Ono of America's greatest statesmen, when aVcd what would make the country prospsrous, answered: Roads, roads; what would make it wealthy, answered, roads, roads! That grnd old Kotnan, Thomas Hew Yuri suii.i l unTeugcd n lit UnforKotteu- - RELIABLE ! waa Professional Cards. im cAG.s of mil mix i, J, pn. nd theirP"D 9fatBaakMaaBBk a.. :fa.:ris. llS'tJkSr&Sw .- 1 halfdie-Oem-ecrati- c ,. O HANDLE DEPOT FOR office-holder- s; Rt .. ... -- offico-hold-e- rs rl Ca Attorneys at j HERTWECK, BALTZER FOB SALE. m & CO. n, $8te&g&fflk Kentucky. SpferaL. HasMette Wilson Bondurant Hickman at-aila-at THE OLD RELIABL--- GBOOBEIES to-da- y CIIAS. A. HOLCOMBE, ), R aBt RHEA vjir-cn- xJ a m 78 v J. W. EOGEES, GROCERIES, two-third- Hl! self-respecti- Bpe-ci- es. 6ca-lio- ns Family JJrqcery JUDGE, H. first-clas- - . .t.-?l- i &urt-Iious- be-Sag- e, cat-ti- e, par-chase- r, to-w- nt hay-eatin- a. jndg-men- t. con-pl- g, in-fav- per-hnn- .q Bub-ussive- ly on t red-heade- d, TIVOLT HALL. -- Jos. SOHM, Frop'r. n. Z & , , i. .v- - ir.- -i L.. -- - i Vv -- - 'j. - ,. p&rm :iii