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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 hic1884051601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2sr-?fer?-- s 1L - f i "jo-'5r-- - yi 10 - k JEi 'WBtg TEE- - HICKMAN COURIER. 5j M iMjMMIiy PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, .Hickman, Ky. MTICB KeUM BcIMiar, Clinton fit. THE HICKMAN! COURIER JE IRIS JE? . Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. I ."'j BArCE EriVELOPES, -y'-Jm- JBIIns. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. XJio Oldest JVoAVHpnpoiriu Price of Subscription, $2. nnntiTTEN rhymes. A dwen times a day or more A Uttlo foot comos 10 my door. And tho I bid, -- com.' in," "stay out," A little face with smile or pout. With eyes as bluo nsjrentiau bells. d And cheeks as pink as shell?. And hair that strays? whore ere It llts. And hand with duupioa kissed and kissed. countless cunning baby charms. I sep andmy queen fis And then in ray arms. They fall sofast speak. ' The kisses on my eyes and check. And tangled hair Weaves in the brown, And dimpled hands'liide smile or frown: And then with "litis" and kiss the And trlputo paid Tor service asked,last. I stop to tie a wanton shoe. Or vexing knot In String undo. Or braid a strand or straggling hair, To save my lady from despair; Put here am there a pin or two, Jo make a rent as good as new; Or kiss a hurt on hand or face. Or tini-- b away a trouble trace; Or And her Adam for his Ark, Client doubtlessly upon a lark): Or tell "lift l'lft?' nr "VImJilo 1HV Or -- ivtch Who KuJe a Unliable fetidc-O- r mend.H wheel in somcfold "ghayl" " That days ago had seen Its dav: Or rock her 'Simple Simon" lHd. no when ho s bad is rrry bad); l.w Or do a hundred things and one. That never "stay" when they arc done, 3 And then she's down and olt again. And I take up my waiting pen. But O my tkoughts, whore have you flown? P.nlJ rhJ'ra". where havo you gone? And Hvhcro my plan, and w here my plot; That I eo diligent had wrought? Anil whero lav hero, whero iny maid? And cunning scheme m deftly Inld? Xhey re gone-a- nd tho' my ink-wpou Is waiting for Uiomj mauls and mou To renter theiriccount to me. 1 onlj see, and see, and see Jly little girl within the door. And hear her foot fall on the floor. AntJ Ve,u tuus: my callow rhyme. And halung wrse. half out of time, The worid will never want or miss. And Ignorance shall lie its bliss, .",! othl r ,u' a ':1' happier way Will sa the iuuu.au I ineu iu say; V And othf r line u iih Mini's will rtn.i vJ latJ t"i,,, fet' but could not sing. Ilut tho the world stood still as night. To hear the vemi 1 might write. An tho; my songs should always live. I wouid not give -- I would not give For a.l of this and kingdoms more. Tho Joy I feci when at tho door Tho little fneo 1 love I see. Whoso face is naradNo to mo. S. D. Mitanu. in llviUttgtonllaaktuc. sea-love- ESTABLISHED "I've suffered worse and never 1869. HICKMAN. FULTqTtoUNTY, A 'cgleptctl Sklrr. KENTPCH?TT77 Our Consular Service. . . Wcstprn Knutneliy - rma L LETIER-HBADbili4-:e2:ea:ds- 8, lasrVITjTIOKTS, VOL. ' (N. J.yIethodistEpiseopal Conference, a committee submitted a report prothe wood. "You'll miss mo when I'm gone," he posing that a centennial endowment It a fact, seen by all, that air is not would say cheerfully, and so she would. fund of $100,000, to be known as tho And she would have missed the old onlyjnhaled by the lungs, but absorbed Francis Ashbury Fund, be raised for clock in tho corner, too, if it had sud- by thQSkm ami mucous membrane ami educational purposes. .V. Y. Exim-inethen in various wavs conies in contact denly disappeared. v "What does the doctor say about with all the mucous surfaces. The Statistics show a gain of some 300,-0objection to rubbor clothing is me?" ho asked her one day when the great to the Roman Catholic population i village physician had gone out, first that it is impervious to 01 me u nue(i amos ior tne last year. calling her to one side. Perhaps Aunt retains it upon the surface of the skin The number of priests among them is Nancv wr i littlo wn nut tlm .!.. ami tau-r- a it 10 OO ausOrOeU ail'l Illill- reported at 6.835, with seventy bishops or bolieved in horoic treatment, but she ffledwith the blood. Time it and archbishops. Ecclesiastical semithis vital fluid. The eflocts of retaindeliberately answered: naries have decreased by nine. "He thinks you haven't a disease in ing effete matter are often manifested in the rank and offensive perspiration of A petition, signed by Bishop Clark," tho world, Elisha, and that if would Protestant Episcopal, and Bishop Hentake more exercise it would bo better those whose duties require them to make great muscular exertions. The derson, Roman Catholie, was presented for ot certain parts, as the arm-pitto the Rhode Island Senate at its recent Ho wits wounded to the quick, and did spaces between the toes, means that nasession, praying that all prisoners in not speak to her for twentv-fou- r hour, State Prisons be allowed to worslup acand he discharged tho impolitic physi- ture intended that these parts should receive special care. Wo have often had cording to the dictates of their own conciau iuc nei uav. sciences, but no action was taken. r that unclcanliness Uncle 'Lisha was fond of lachrymose occasion to of. tho surface of the bod v demands a hymns, and when not singing Yale College has abandoned the Filth will introduce disease system of marking to determine the "Hark from the tombs a doleful sound." be standing of students. Instruction " is lie would tip back in his chair the easi- whother itqur in the air we breathe, or absorb. Filth given entirely by lectures, and no est in the house close his eyes and ohant in the air , extend-its influence to eery quizzing is allowed. Tliere will be no by the hour: form of the body, every capillar of the syping on examination. If the student going homo "I'm A 3IAKTYR DOLOROSA. bmu Mil 01 me mucous membrane. No more to rmim. wishes to use any unfair means no efNo more to sin and sorrow. These two surfaces are closely confort will be made to detect him, nor Aunt Nancy was the wife of Uncle No more to lar nected. Disea-- e in the one will often will any punishment follow open wrongThe brow or care, 'Lisha. quietly extend to the other. The wise I'm going home doing except the loss of tho student? rr'trr. It would bo impossible to i:nu V.I But ui carao and went and treatment of typhoid fever iud'cates this own and his instructor's ography of Aunt Nancy without inclu- Uncle 'Lisha did not era home. very state of things. Our best physiconfidence. Hartford Port. ding Uncle 'Lisha, or to eliminate her cians say to their There was a shelf in Philadelphia appears to bw fully individuality long enough to serve her was especially devoted the closet which " cleanse your skiupatients of this class, every day, chann? to his medicines. up alone. And I doubt if the dear old In his roiscd to the necessity of industrial eduyour body clothing every day." All early cation. President Steel, of the Board lady would like such marital independ- with rhubarbdavs ho had dosed mildly these directions signify that keeping and sarsaparilla. Then ence. Nor do I think she would recogof Education, in his annual address the s closed for a long time is quinine became the fashion and ho dis- the nize any picture of herself that-waother day said that an industrial school not sipated on that. Liniments for rheu- the true cause of typhoid fever, is the a. reflection of, him. is now one of the greatest needs of that Like the moon she matism, patent nostrums and alterative retaining the causes of the fever." The falione by borrbwed light. city. There should bo such a school, pills, completed the list, except that first step then toward removing the ho thought, capable of accommodating Uncle 'Lisha was a living illustration d.scase, or palliating there was s 2,000 students. The of the old adage, "It is better to be born dies, such no end to the domestic reme- bringing them to an thesvmiitoms and should end is to remove as mustard and ginger, and be ample, and provided with machinery lucky than rich." His property was other the cause, forcing the bad matarials iu alleviating agents. for tho manipulation of metal, wood inherited, and he never did a day's "When 1 am gone," he would say the system away and allowing good and textile fabrics. All the sciences in his life. But everybody else in work materials to come in. mournfully, "give that apply to the manipulation of these ins family worked, Aunt Nancv, his some deserving noor my medicines to People place too much confidence in nersnn. Thoro'ii wife, more than any of them. Uncle materials into articles of use in our never be another such sufferer in the medicine and too little in good nursing. daily life should be taught in connecLisha didn't work because he enjoyed In most cases of disease, all art ought tion with their immediate practical appoor health. A partial list of his com- family as I have been." to do or can do is to remove causes and But there came a day when oven plication, from the generation of steam plaints would read about like this: obstructions in various organs of eere-tio- n Uncle 'Lisha's ailments were of little to tho mixing of d cs. Fever and ague. and alimentary canal. We accouni. Aunt isaucy was sick, very bathe thein the that this Chronic indigestion. skiu, cutaneous sursick. She had been breaking down all Paralysis of the heart. . PCNUEXT PARAGRAPHS. ....-, face may discharge its neculmr fnnc summer, but nn nni hml Koan O i"ralysis of the liver. in lieaitn ana actiit ' the f ccrncd, least of all her husband, who uons. yLL'AiUlUiiXiS.KniMl. JBLrity!i?'jM tfll'M'UfftJifl'''rf'' - .! ,-.S.r uia.mninrnrv.riinntTifitiaT - " lU.LUC'IL'll&IlMl" :yjpajgfpg J"nIKioveJopednewsvmptomsftftaTH bj " ill iiili jiir'iHn"' rMm&m&&mz?old, who used to sit in a in r jrm .. 1. , c tuuiiiMi T m n. "' the 1VAM t" . inn i'o' smm-fl'vnine on ortionhn neness'ln Ueoriro Washington's Ian. The more iclnirof?fiiuTcarpMS207QOOj obstruction to the funct'ons of the skin which school-girl- s are overworked. A rifoTOCLvour milk'dow-she wont to her bed and sent for her it mite io, but uot ez dey ran 'era. It we hear of George the more we" get .Ossification of he "nints iTBf,rtf?ir'ilii'rrnirrI r nliMnml ry lilt ?t n school recently were received for olhTrHhattYliTybici?1 &(4 ZJr vivi j viuti(iyvi v children. They at once called in a doc- orniivjpus membrane impedes or im- teacher in a shocked. Phila ietphia Call. Hereditary consumption. fees. ifteen thousand dollars of thid properly ventilated stable. As soon as goes too quick. pairs tlft harmonious action of the informed us that she had had frequent tor, who on his first visit looked ex"I won't wuk, coz I don't like to Dr. Bernard Carpeulersays: "Man systemic circle. Art should aid occasion to remonstrate with parents was made up of shipping fees, showing the milk comes to the exact temperaiun tne mother s side.) ceedingly grave. Upon the second he Hereditary apoplexy. that more American ships ture of the surrounding air, it absorbs wuk. Wot's de good ob money to me? commits suicide when hepaysno attenasked for a private interview with nature in all her duties. She should for allowing their daughters, while pur- sented at Liverpool than at are repreI won't wuk ebon fo' whisky, for de tion to what he eats and drinks. Give remove all obstacles that nature can not suing their studies, to engage freely in tun tne lather s side.) any other the impurity therein. These were just a few of the ills Uncle 'Lisha. reach. (Jive nature a fair chnnco and various evening dissipations, such as port in the world. A correspondent of the Country whisky don't gib me ez much pleasure mo tlifi ptiarTi nf ;i iKirain's fnml qui) wife is a wich beet the poor man, and made he "l'our abruptly. very sick woman," she will successfully exert her recuper- attending parties, dancing till a late Many people believe that Consuls aro Gentleman remarks: "Heifers that ez de wuk wood bodder me. I don't will control him morally and said, him exceedingly careful of himself. He powers. Inter Ocean. hour in the night, going to the theatre not responsible for their collections, breed young generally make the best kecr fo' wat money buys, so wat'3 de "She does seem nilinrr " snM TTnni ativedistinguished couldn't stoop for fear of apoplectic A and that great frauds arc perpetrated. cows at maturity. If a heifer has a yooe of money to me? No, sah! I Lord Bishop in En- and opera, etc. The livid faces and unIt is very funny, but as a general' 'Lisha. rubbing his lame knee, and for- gland was ill symptoms; he was afraid to lift anyat times during a seric3 of strung nerves of the girls showed This is not so now, and the checks aro small bag when she calves, it will in despise money. in a'swell restaurant rule "Ambishnf Ef a man bed dehull aboutthe waiter person about tho prem-i3 thing on account of his spine; he never getting at the moment which one it years. His physieian, a man of note in plainly the pernicious effect of these such that dishonesty is easily discov- crease with age, and when she is at the only was; "but, bless you, I've had the same his dared hurry, as his heart had a habit profession, always prescribed for night pastimes: which unfitted ered. The invoices must now'bo issued middle ago she is altogether better than world he'd want'de stars and de moon ises who doesn't wait for anything. Tho of boating, and in fact nothing agreed symptoms so long I'm used to them, his Lordship some me'dicine that seemod moreover, to carry on their studiesthem, in triplicate. One copy is filed in the one that is kept back until she is a cow frowd in. and after he'd got dem he'd man who orders the chop does most of with with him except doing nothing. Ho doctor. She's well, compared to me, useful in his case. The good and shrewd success. archives of the Consulate, a second is before sho breeds. One three viirs nlil want sufiin else. Ef nutlin on airth the waiting. Boston Stir. . was the very same boy referred to in actually well." Bishop always recovered, until ho finalsent to the collector where the goods beforo sho breeds may do well" the first ain't gwan to satisfy yo' wat's de use? Against all this overworking of If a man wants peace to reign in I'A yo s gwan to ond wha yo' The doctor looked at the old man with ly JSecL He left a will, giving to his school-girlthe following incident. I am aware it bein ve' the household he should whotherjby inordinntc'study are to bo entered, and third is sent to season, but never docs well again. The mite ez well slop at de is credited to the Beecher family, but some contempt. beginnin'. Ef speaking at times whencountten beforo physician a very largo oaken trunk or inordinate amusement, wo enter the consignee of tho goods.- - At the young heifer will begin small and do he feels as if our yo' git wat yo' go fur "Threatened lives last long," he full of treasures. The trunk was heavy, they never had a monopoly of lazy boys," hearty protest. The bodily vigor of the end of each quarter thecollectors make best at maturity. Those conclusions yo' ho good wat s de and datofdon't do his clothes don't fit him. And on days if they did of bright ones. Uncle 'Lisha's said, bluntly. "But have it your own but on being opened it was found to gettin' when the kitchen stove doesn't draw he yoo'e an abstract of all invoices received bv aro arrived at after more than fifty and mothers father, the good doctor, had one time way. I've tried to prepare you that's contain nearly nil the bottles of medi- futnre wives of profound of the Nation them, whieh is sent to the Fifth Auditor, years' practical experience. I have anything? is a subject public intcret. "Horns'! Obcoahs I'ze bonis'. It should count 480. Middletown Trun- been awa. from home a few days, all." cine the physician had given him known a heifer to drop healthy calf and the-- e are there charged up to The doator took leave, and Uncle for a long series of years. The Bishop Uive the grls enough to do, but stop Consul issuing them. At the end tho three days before shea was twelve don't pay dis chile to be anything but script. leaving his two boys, Elisha and of -, there. tijoir minds by A sewing machine Ezekicl, to do the chores. When he 'Li-h- a went into the sick room. All felt that ho had rather pay the physi- senselessL'on't over-ta- x months old, and she hnd no unusual bonis'. 'Spose I'ze goin' to git up and ly attacked by a fierce agent was recent,mutiplication of studies, re- each quartor the Consul makes his recatamonpt. ncar go about steelin' tings; wat do I want returned nothing had been done, and was calm and serene, ilost of all, cian's, bill than take his medicine." A membering always that trouble, was "a girl cannot turns, and he is credited with tho in- any cow.and am as well and healthy as ob wat I'd steel? I'ze got all I want Milford, Pa. The intrepid agent cuglft that pale, still face on the pillow. The large number of diseases exist in every the boys were discovered in a the owner of a cow I If a loarn everything before she is eighteen voice fees that he has reported. the beast and sold him four new mapatient eyes held the same kindly light country that arc widout steelin'. reading stories. that pass years old;1"' nnu do not let untimely Consul is found not to hjive reported as that dropped her first calf at seventeen a fat shoat shood I don' say but wat ef chines and two old ones on the install"-- ' in them that had been there for thirty away without any medicine, cum rubbin' up ajin "Zcke!" thundered tho doctor, many fees as are charged is months old, and was always small ol ment plan. Tho catamount was unable me, or years when they met his. The pinched, those tliat are of the mildest or only amusements sap tho foundations of evident that something is to him it "come here, sir." sort-- so wrong, and her age. Sho has always done well, house ef I wuz in de visinnity ob a hen- to say no. Chicago Herald. health, on whieli so much of their white cheeks were only more sunken mild as to do no harm if and de pullets didn't roost too Zcke came and stood shamefacedly and never needed the aid o"f a veterinary they do no future happiness and usefulness depend. the matter is investigated. high, I mite take one, but I woodentgo "Are you having much prnctico .' and withered. frrtrti! All Clin!, .1.-- . before him. It is the same with the $135,000 re- surgeon." msuiisus ueeu is rest 01 X. Y. Examiner. b"'"" " out ob my way to git "em. I'ze rich, nowr asKcil an out. Judge ot a youn; "What have you been doing since I "Having a kind of spell, ain't you, body, quiet of mind, and pleasant A correspondent tells the Country ceived from shipping feos. Duplicate coz I don' want nutlin. Ef I'ze was awav?" all lawyer. "Yes, sir, a great deal, I thank Nancy?" said Uncle 'Lisha. "Now friends to amuse and help pass away tho certificates are mado'otit to ships, one Gentleman that in getting together a I want I'ze richer than Vanderbilt, coz you. "Ah, I'm glad to hear 1U In The Talking Sex. frit discouraged. "I'v f.H incf time. "Nothing, sir." don't of which is given into the hands of the herd for the dairy, the aim in the start he hain't got all he wants. Ho keeps a what line is your practice particularly?' "Elisha, come here, vou, and give an so hundreds of times! It's nothino- - new Typhoid fever is usually the result of to secure good milkers, Perhaps it is the way their tongues Captain to be handed to the Collector should be purcnase "Well, sir, particularly in economy.' wantin', and I don't." and nothing to worry about" account of yourself. a series of bad exposures and or oreeuing. Some Tell the truth of the firit American iwrt at which he wneiner uy ." Judge. now. What have you been doin"-?..,,("But Uncle, if everybody was like Neglect of cleanliness in per- aro built. If it is a physical peculiarity touches, and this is through him sent to cows lack in richness of milk; the but"I'm not wori'vintr ." si.wl i,;a ixrlfn A merchant traveler at dinner re- - r.. son, clothes and dwellings may not bo the rest of the world ought to be willing "Helping Zekc, sir." faintly; "I am dyingf 'Lisha." ter made from some milk is w bite and yon how would we get" along? There to accept matters and the sex without the Fifth Auditor. The ( 'onsul, in making Tli's faculty was Uncle 'Lisha's stock "Nancy, you oughtn't to talk about at once injurious. But often the c objectionable. would be no railroad-.- , no steamboats, quested the waiter to bring him a piece up his report, is required to aocount frothy, or otherwise " of rare beef, ami when it came it was"."' in trade, and he steadily improved it such a serious thing as that so lightly. is demanded in the form of ome complaint. We have referred to women for each paper so made out, ami if ha None of this kind is wanted, as it is no laughing sex, and have specu"Specks dah woodent. But wat do rare, indeed. "Waiter!" he remarked XK . and made others believe in it, until It it makes my rheumatism worse to disease and sufferings. Heat, chills, as theabout sure to toll in the general make; qualidoes not report tho fact is at onco disthe causes for the eternal I kcer fo" dat? I don't ride on rail- warningly, as he looked at the undone they really considered it wron- - to ex- hear you. You ought to havo some headache, backache, drv skin and lated ty in giggle which are character- covered. It is the same with the land- paired. particular, tomust not be im- roads and don'twant to own pect him to ilo nnvthinr. l"i.nn c mouth, quick pulse and restlessness an- grin and even consideration for me. I can't stand In order ascertain the conany steam- dish. "1'es, sah," responded the darky ing receipts, which amount to $10,000, the best of them. But him yet putting on his boots of a win everything." nounce that the stronghold of health istics of so that in the collection of nearly a dition of tho milk each cow should be boats. Dah wuz people afore dah wuz "Take this beef out, please, and kill it.' tho necessity of laughing "Poor old boy," said Aunt Nancy, and strength has surrendered and is along with born into the feminine tested, and where found lacking the railroads, and I 'member when dahwnz The waiter crawled into a napkiu-rinr'0ter s mormng. All the cattle had been that seems sex, million dollars from the Consuls an "aMerchant Traveler.'' '; foddered, water drawn and wood car- shaking his plump, strong hand. "Poor waiting to receiro the iirm of ,...,;,, bsolute check is placed upon tho honest cow should be discarded. This is very no steamboats ou de ribber. We "0t and disappeared. ried in. Aunt Nancy had been up hours 'Lisha! you will miss me for awhile." lation. Any person who neglects the there is another equal necessity of talk returns of over little trouble, and, once done, will do on, we did, fo' dah wuz better fislun' Young Blabbitt has been making" "" s of it. Under "There, there, now," said Uncle laws of health must expect to pay the ing, iv woman can t even ouy a B?.1,1'"" breakfast and hushing the it the Consular receipts, which in 1SG0 for the lifetime of the herd, which may dan now. Ef everybody wuz like me calls at stated intervals for some'timeif stamps without making three children and telling them uot to make 'Lisha, soothingly; "I'll give you a penalty. Some persons hope to escape be extended fifteen years with undimin- dah wood be no sich tings wantid, Dah Sunday night he called as usual. were only $9!l,ll;5, in iggo reached a noise and wake "poor father," who spoonful of my tonic in the mo'rnin"-an- the penalty by pleading ignorance. But times as many words over it as a man sum of $917,000, and were about the ished usefulness. To keep in the herd woodent be no cotton to tote away, and after waiting an hour in the parlor and, t the tho would. you'll come out like a lark in the ignorance of law is no excuse for break- wants If she can't get the seats sho same in 1888. Wushinalon Cor. Clevc during this time several cows of a low no nullin, dat I knows ob, to brin in. girl's little brother came in. and in ? hadnt slept a wink all night, at tho box office" of a theater, she snrimrtime. On tn s.lorr Mn.-,,-uentle sonl! Tt is unn.! standard of milk is a constant drain I don't yoose nuflin wat comes oy de rather a sheepish manner asked to see ' ' ;'ii ing law even in our court. Bad air will ti. land Leader. A he believed it. fnr ho wo help you wonderfully. It always helps poison tho llcod and induce disease, invariably thinks it necessary to exupon the profit, if not an absolute loss. rail or in de boat. De fish don't conio Blabbitt's nose. "See my no3e'." cvi at "full tired herself to lie awake to see. And 711 whether we know the law or not. An plain those in length why she doesn't Tho importance, then, of beginning by rail. I don't want no hardware dat I claimed Blabbitt, "What "do you wants.' ; Curious. Ceremonies in the Tower. want the orchestra circle and knows ob. I don't need no goods from to see my nose for?" "JVell, Plummec-- ' ,( Whcnhe came down they all waited on The next moraino-- Aunt Xnc.r hmi unclean skinwiU generate disease. C. why she did want with a good herd is apparent. the others. If in the de Norf. Wat's de yoose ob railroads Plunkitt was over last night and Maria mm and handed him his boots, while taken the tonic of anew life. "I'm 11. Allen, JI7D., ,' Western Iitiral. There are some curious ceremonies transaction of any business she comes f nf(Ai oil ;.? nl.A to me? ne lingered patientlv in front of the hot rrninfr hnmo at's dc yoose ob anythuri promised to marry him, and" nia safll' Feed or Breed. to a conclusion slic novor thinks it suf- still kept up in the Tower ot London 1..1 ue Then ho Wnnlll rrmrrli frw.lili- - thiK with a smile, and died. tnil ioiivs woou 110 as i ao'aan cliri tlirMifrltf ; .. it.uiiuv ..... rnur HASP .inf.- nf. "Julius Ciesar's "Tower," ficient to announce the conclusion unl . It is a very popular subject just now wooden't bo railroads nor boats. ll'c ..uu.i tr uis uu;in, sign ami warm This upset all tho calculations of a :t? w itni ,v !,. 1. joint when you called again. Ptifrtisv;, As youj intend to have the house supported. She always goes back to and among' these, perhaps that of for discussion whether feed or breed is e with Uncle 'Lisha. lie had "Dc fack is, I ain't a yooseful 'mem- phia Call. uieiusiacot one boot. After resting "Locking tip the Tower" is the most the "'.' of from this exertion he would take a strap nobody to complain to, no one who cleaned next week, Mrs. Kumminlate. Ittit beginning 1... the process of thought ancient and certainly the most stately paramount in the productive value ol ber of 'siety, nor I don't want to be. I (l,.Wtttf-k..I. f , , u ...l.!,.l. sue arrived at Just tall enough. I prcsuniayou are happy. So am I. i men i,iuuuuu an animal, more especially in regard to get a squab meal dis mawuinVaa' I d t each hand and with several attempts cared iu the least whether he had in the end and insists in telling it to th one. A few minutes before the clock the yield of butter. One ion know 1 always enjoy it so. or one. He was not encourenthusiastic speck I shel git one get it on. Then a long rest, before a '. And sho Is not so vcrr: j . nvi "some eleven the yeoman porter with Ef strikes very last step. When , r The steps ItsI upwanl from the hall; , believer in why any Ordinary one willxome similar process with the other one. A aged to be lazy, and helpless and selfish, skip over Lgot up in the morning and nryniouf an attendant appears before the main cow cannotbreed asksto She stoo 1, tho little fairy, the bare iloors it makes me It is of no use trying to stop her or guard-hou- e be made give two pounds I shel be much an' drop it into drink of reviving water was then and he fell into complete ruin. He had think I Just bilaneeil on the second ?tatr. ". ..; carrying a lantern and of to 'em; tf not oblccged arifin the historic halls of niv turn her off the track or make her forbutter a day as a pure-bre- d My preat coat's Itur.Icn holding. handed by one child, while .another enough to live on, but nothing to live Jersey I spose I shel hev to desidewhedJer I And then hor hands the Tclndest piifrt--,f get about it. She thinks she has been calls out Escort keys." The guard, does. Any one can ask questions which will Huucsiors.. btoM by and looked at him as if he had for, as he could not complain to him, skirmish around for it or do widout supplied always from the Queen's will puzzle a wise man to The collar down vrero folding. t ). ; When Lgo down-stair- s flunking and she been a There never was an cy so clear, ' wonder. "Poor self, or discuss with himself his own break my.ncck over a roll and ncarl 1 it. She is feebly means to tell all about household troops, then turns out and this question is no puzzle, answer. But it. I don't kcer much which. Iftliev of carpet Xo lips so red In moving. couscious that her in.... . r He never talked of dying and wouldbe to wuk too hard for it I'll let it go. Ef father" was only atllicted with spring symptoms. u escorts "Keys" to the outer gate, called "Just tall enough, now, ain't I, dear? lever, which lasted him the year round or sang "I'm going homo" again." In feel as if I"had been out with the boys. tellectual machinery has been at work, the "Spur," each sentry challenging as harder to answer if it were true that a it comes handy like, I'll take it aril lib. See how I've jfrown rrom lovtepl't . , ... When I' come home at night and and she can no more keep from making Jersey cow as a rule gave two pounds But fine weather he went up to his wife's m other words, chronic laziness. Just tall enough! From eye to eyo I "Who ain't won't smell fresh paint, r and all sort the fact known than a hen can conceal they pas "his post,the gatesgoes tliere?" of butter a day. So far there are about wtiff Iwhile." worry about it. It 1UI1 IIUiJUll!UI llll. ' ' ."- "I shan't last long," he would say in grave. Doubtless it would have dis- of odors I imaginesoap-sud- s "'Keys After arc securely forty of these aristocrats "Just tall enough to let me tryi i J,",l that lam in a con- me iuci tuat olio lias laid an oir. among, permat, wninev-1- 1 nev voinf. wlnnli n- - tressed her had she known that she was servatory. Yes, tall enough-Go- od night!" locked and barred, the procession reAnd the aged philosopher, disdainmust be tliat women's tongues are turns, the sentries exacting the same haps, 40,000 Jersey cows in the country, It inerated all wlin him ic im deaf to his complaints. In his room a When I see you with your head all pure bred, but not all recorded. ing future conversation, rolled over on and are intended by nature explanation as before. When eallywas. "Then, Nancy, you and dress and shawl of hers hung near his Got Even With the Boys. a feather-dust-:o go off whenever the brain moves in 'front of the main guard-hous- they come But what of the others? It has been his other side and went into a profound When he finally becamn ill in svathedin a table-clotie children can have it all your own chair. :d the said that the average yield of slumber. D. 11. Lotke, in Toledo Blade. in your band and lire in your eye, 1 That is the only explanation for tho su earnest he made light of it. For their am A party of young bloods iu Jamaica. the 0 raj." sentry stationed there gives a loud reminded of the plebeian Jerseys N. Y., concluded to have some ftiqAvitlY is And Aunt Vniicv wmihl nn-- finil thn mother's sake the children tended him splendor 'depicted scenes of Oriental peril uity of talking which women al wavs stamp on the ground with his foot and about i" the "Arabian seem impelled t3 do. It is a physical demands: "Who goes three pounds per week. Has a Sou iu Detroit a countryman who was tramping auou't children howl, and" there would be some. dutifully. One night he stretched out How there?" :' does breed for these? necessity, along with their laughing "Keys." town looking for a job. They On tho nea aencacy at the suflerer's plate a wasted liana ana touched his wife s lights." good "Whose keys?" Queen much Let the work ro on. "Mrs. K. "What! you live in Detroit!" she said him to act as a private watchmanhir,ed and the peculiar wobble with whicS Victoria's keys." "Pass Queen Vic- other hand, native "scrub" cows have dross. on a iu hcm nie.ii. care not "Nancy," they heard him whisper, got to for the consequences. All I've thoy always try to run, and the unex- toria's keys." "Pass Queen Victoria's been known that, owing nothing to to a Michigander as they happened to dark street, promising to give him .foJd" There's only a dozen eggs in the fall into conversalijn ou a train in for the first month and then increase" use, that saintlv woman would ob- - "I'm going home, I'm going home to- turned saytis that if I find the house plained use of their arms and hands keys and all's well. ' The vcoraan breed at all, have just doubled their Southern Ohio. . tops7.luryy ncxt "'eekjou will when they carry an umbrella. They porter then calls out: yield of butter when fed as well as a " ' morrow." his salary if he proved efficient. C "Now. oliilriran. I'm ornintr to "God bless Jersey cow find me either at your mother's or in can't help it. "Nature made "Yes'm." Tljey usually is, and it is these first night nothing special happened' OiC those for youi-poo- r them so, Queen Victoria!" to which the main father don't jr.L. buried him beside her. Mrs. tho MorgueT jY. Y. Journal. "Whv, I've got a son there!" and if they didn't laugh s Payne, in Detroit Free Press. but the next night he was met.by 11' : e of vou ask for "Amen." The guard native cows which have mado the dairy guard responds "Indeed." of tho time, and talk threo times ns then presents arms, the officer0 so profitable as it is. Also, one migh"t rough looking customer who threatened But when ho reached tho last egg one "Yes., sir just went up there two to smash his jaw" if he "Aud 89, dear Miss Singleton, yor much as is necessary, to say nothin" of kisses the hilt of his sword, and then ask, was it breed or feed that made a didn't stop na';' the tempted children would pluck A somewhat romantic wedding was never tho noted Jersey cow die of milk fever after weeks ago." married?" No. dear, I did not. usinsr twice asmanv words as nm n?nri. kevs are deposited in the Lieutenant's trolling that beat. In about pno minute'.' courage to hint for it. Uncle 'Lisha recently performed in the e "Going into business, I suppose. the countryman was mopping up t'fi'e ' aid look at that child with a counte- - at Clarendon, S. Ci The contracting I Aimc verjr'uear it. however. My six fnl, perhaps they would die. Boston lodging. After this all ingress and having been fed daily a bushel of "Yes. sir. he is. He's goneup there inuddy street with the Crushed OatS and twelvn nnund.anf onni sisters married within fixe years, and 1 Globe. Bee ol meek renroach and sav: egress is totally prohibited.-r-- J oung parties were 3Ir. Burrill Adkinson to lake'lessons of a man who is going meal and bran, besides oibi.r f..o.i After letting up on him he enwnronh even engagement witnLadies' Journal. "ies, lake it. take it, and let your Miss Coker. Each is a paralytic, and out a d the A printer who died in Charity Hosforce her to give three pounds of butter .0 learn him how to be a catch. Even in the most desperdiscovered he was one of the parties DOT. sio!- - fathnr slarro" uiau ucmj; paraiyzea in nis ngnt side ate battles, you know, and in the most pital. New York, tho other dav. nsk-pa day? Perhaps, it may be said most reporter!" who had employed him. A jittlo later There was no chance for Aunt Nancy and the lady in her left. They are Tho Watch Tower says: "Out The Wolverine did aheap of thinking a ghostly figure made its appearance, terrible massacres, there is always one for a chew of tobacco only a short time the 610 Baptist churches in Ohio, of truly that if our native cows had been i oavc any pet ailments. u she was third cousins, and each is about fifty-tw- o who cscapeg'to tell the tale." Burling- before his "form" was closed. it is fed and cultivated with as much care as before he decided that sho meant but it wasn't long until this gnus:,. miT. About stated that only eight pay a salary to dc aud comulained Uncle 'Lisha years of age. They are inmates of ton Hawkeye. Detroit Free Press. tho Jerseys havo been, they might havo . week previous to that a consumptive nus wenttlying across . rouid say; their pastor of $1,800 or more, and but outdone the and hail to get the conthem in regard to their died who was a mere skeleton, so weak twenty a salary of $1,200 or more, an open lot, bearing a black eye" and a 11, ve felt just so, mother," and that sent of the county commissioners ber product. As it is they have an excellent Governor Robinson, of Massachubroken no-The next flay it w'asdfe- meet ir. Chrssttfte Nilsson says that she nev- for days that he could hardly raise h's though thero are $2,000,000 of church it no was going anj'where fore the twain could be made one. Tha record, uot in any book, but in the setts, has issued a proclamation urging covered that it wasanothef member of hands, much less his body. Yet one of property, and millions of private propwould put in the saving clause: er goc r n the stage without trepida commissioners, after .folihorntinn enormous aggregate yield of milk, the people to kill all worthless curs. hi8 last, reouests on the day he died was erty in the churches. ... the gang who hired the man to have .ir 1 1:.- - auui linuut rt VVVII. i From aft cided to allow the marriage, as no harm tion, and when alio feels weak or has a. ,ft,, for tobacco. He hud used it steadilv $1,000 the decline is said to salaries of cheese, and butter which has made daifun with He refused to quit his job Her heftdttcheti were 'mera chimeras Mas likely to befall the county from thia I, important p" always kneels down ant,' be $600, It is not the earning of money, but until and could not be kept from it. A. Y. and that, too, where buinesss i3 ."r00d rying the most prosperous branch 0 sued them for. Ids f he waaginatioa. union. prayers.; the holdiujr on to it, that bothers. this wages, got his pav in full and & Mi'V-- , farming. iV. I'. 2Vm. Sun, and the churches can pay more. " people and this generation. aaamb-i- r of the polica fami-.V- , X.'Sm''" f f4 scl-kllo- Wnuswer about went. tioned it suffered like a wintergreen," Ira would add, as if that were tho ne plus ultra of misery. Every year or two he mado a new will, and every day he advised Aunt Nancy what to do when he was gone. In their earlv mnrriftil lif wlun ti.o children were small, ho had dreaded that she would marry again, but in later years this fear hail no place in his thoughts. The children themselves were" married and gone, and Aunt Nancy was an old woman with a white, y placid face, and bauds of nair noi reany oiu, outworn out her life had been Mich a perpetual echo of Tncle 'LMia. He didn't like eompanv, o she didn't havo an v. He never wanted to go anywhere, so she staved at home. If she ever went to church sho had to go alone,, aud tliatwas-a- , CTSSirv ....... cti lm.l .,. .....,.. :..,..-Jts-, "lilllj IUlUlilUt J ami ...u ..., iron-gra-,, men- XlXhi HE. w4 STC, ETO, 1. I OAT1T1 JVM13 n w .iM h'w health that she " m Cold days and nights are often causes of disease. Cold temperatures chock tho circulation of the blood, or force from the skin to the inner organs of tho body The cold moistures of the air iu early spring causes more illness than many may suppose. It retains tho skin waste materials, that should evaporate and leave the bod- y- and often gives rise to severe diseases, that are not easily removed by art. Not only in summer, but in spring, the skin should be cleansed often enough to remove from the surface of the body all cAel material that if not removed would be absorbed by capillaries, or otherwise, and ultimately mingle with the blood, or should close the noros o widl .. eelndo inat large amount of air that all tho tissues continually need.' Then if perspirAiioir occurs and dust collects uponyti" skin a coating is soon formed, that impairs tho general circulation of .; !)c'rriii-Mti..."i,.- otl'en-sivene- ss s, - ob-er- ve ulti-niaUl- ly i& skin-pore- s , L the unfortunate student, until the das, lengthened far into the night, are too short for acquiring oven a superficial acquaintance, with any of thorn. In the case of boys, such unreasonable requirements aro apt to find a healthy counterbalance in the exuberant animal spirits of the sturdy lads, who will have physical oxerciso, whatever becomes of their studies. With girls it is different, ("enerally more conscientious in study than Ihh-s- , they really try to master the prescribed course, iu spite of tho warning of paling cheeks and decreasing strength. Wo havo known school girls to have no fewer than ten or a dozeu Htudies in hand at once, in all of which thev were ambitious to ovenl. lint tlm effort loft scarcely timo for eating or neoessnry sleep. Nor is this unusual. A similar state of things exists in hundreds of schools for girls. In one of the leading colleges for voting women in New England tho curriculum is said lo be more comprehensive and difficult than in any college for young men in tho country. Happily, many of tho students do not attempt to swallow the full prescription. But many do, to their cost. Two or three years ago one of these .. ... n hllliMI .uuuiiiuusjuuii tvuiiieii gnu.1milieu wiin honors from a seminary of repute. She had maintained u hinrh simulflnl of v. collence through her entire course, and was warmly commended for hor superior scholarship. But tho moment the unnatural strain was removed, she sank into a mental lethargy from which for months nothing could" arouse hor. Gradually perfect rost and judicious entertainment restored her oxhaustod vitality, and she recovered. Other girls have not beon so fortunate. The daughter of a poor clergyman, who was assisted through tho college above referred to. graduated with crrdit, but almost completely broken down in health. She was sent to a watering-plac- e to recuperate, but soon heard of an opening as a teacher, and at the earnest solicitation of thosu who had aided her felt constrained to take tho place, in spite of physical unfitness. But her constitution was so weakened by long and severe stud that in three or four months she died, a victim to conscientious ovenvork under a bad sstem. lhee are but two out of many and the f.:K is constantly repeated, right in the face of 111 a.-- n 1 a 1 Ovorworklii!,' SchooMJirls. A judicious physician was not long ago consulted by an anxious mother whoo daughter's health was impaired by overwork at school. "There is just ouu thitur to do." ho (.nwl Mn,t.i ier studies, and kei on ruliiiir i,m until she can easily innator thorn. A cannot learn overvthing before she is eighteen years old.' This was sound advice. The tendency iu nearly all of our schools for girls and voum woman is to rnwr.i work enough for a lifetimo into a. few 3'ears. Studies in languages, literature, science, philosophy, as well as those in tho plain "three K's," are piled upon s-irl THE DAIRY. A rhlIosop"Jh. -m- Ihavclateiwiaci a long talk with A Vermont dairyman says Honorable V. s. Alexander, the Fifth calf should be fed threo tiines aytfiias; a day. Auditor of tho Treasury, in regard to at long intervals, esour Consular service. "From itI com- pecially with cohl food, kill andgood a pile the followinggVriving the facts and many valuable calves. figures as nearly as I can romember. Why is it Our consular ollicers numbersui, and best cheese in that Canada makes the Ihecountry andthc poor-ethey ar .seatteredJaU over tJlc wori, butter? The creamery system is Many of the positions do not pay enough almost to make theevpcnTfcs 0f the officer and cheese unknown in the Dominion, but factories flourish like a green but few of themjare very desirable. bay horse. The Consuls arcjtlivided into three An Orange County, N. Y., dairj-ma- n tliftse. who haye fixed clashes. Fir-has tested the matter, and found salario, and aro t permitt to do that his milk, sold at threo cents per buMne.s; second, ffcse. who have fixod Anil na lutttn,- - alt.w salarie, and arc pginittwl tQ.do.oUier. nuart. was ns ...l.r ..s!it. !..j 4.t.nl..n .. muitu nusHl: i milK lor .lutrKun business; and of entirely by feo- and are permitted to do OUMI1U. -- - r " otner Diisiness. All of th" prominent The best butter tho country proConsulates and nvarH.ill of the desiraduces is made in Iowa, if we mav ble ones are in the 1114 class. It is Ifcrro the Boston Commcmal IMlrtm, made up of Consulates, Consulates gen- which gives this reason: "Corn, which eral, and commercial agtiicit. and its is raised in the West so abundantly, is salaries range from ?C,(iK to $1,500 a freely fed produces year. The only SG.000 Cmsnlates aro better milk to the cows: this food, and Paris, Havana, Kio de fnneiro, aud this in turn than hay or mixed produces bettor and finer those paying r?o,000 are Ctiro, Calcutbutter. Notwithstanding corn is worth ta, aud .Shanghai. Then ctme Berlin, more to the Western farmer than it Kanngawa, Montreal, Haiohilu and was even a few ho continues Hong Kong. ? l,0"Jf. and thin the sev- to feed his cows years ago, with it, and liberally eral Chinese Consulates wheh are paid obtains a higher price for his butter." 1..i00, aud then tho three aher classes Many at$).unn. $2,500, 52,000 mil ?l,.r)0. advocatingagricultural papers are now This first class of Consuls is' obliged to souring of what they call artificial cream, as though it was so'iu in an 01 us ollicmi iocs to the something new. If not new, it is, howbut there is a class f private ever, an business which they aro pcrnitted to gonerally excellent practice, for it is conceded that slightly sour do, and this in certain cases imounts cream makes a better butter, all things to considerable. In the majtritv of considered, than perfectly sweet cream, place?, however, the Consul 5 get lothing and it is far better to hasten this sourbut their salarios, and it is oilv in bj the manufacturing centers of England, ing waitthe addition of sour cream than to the delay necessary for this Scotland, France and t'ermnii that these private fees amount to anytlfng. change to come about in the natural way. Provided the proper conditions About of the Coisu-Iate- s can be had tho quicker the cream gets are of tho first class. In ,ho into the churn the better. Every hour second class, whieh gets less tlnn lost take3 that much life out of tho $l,50i), there aro and iho croam. The Dairyman. third paid entirely by foes, numbtrs Tho Holstcin cow Echo, belonging of" tho whole. In too to Mr. F. C. Stevens, of Attica, second (ln.ss thrn U nn snlnrv lmm has mado a wonderful record. In $1,000, and iu tho tfcird all of "the few March sho produced 1.931J pounds of above $2,500 must bo turned into tlo milk, which made a total for the S07 Government. days sho has been in milk of 20.3.S9J. The fees collected by the Consuls pounds. She has still days more than support the service. Last to go to complete her year's record. year the excess of receipts over expendi- She is now giving from e to tures was $14,549, and tho receipts sixty-tw- o pounds a day, aud her owner amounted to nearly a million dollars. thinks he can safely calculato on her Of this sum nearly $750,000 was re- producing over "kOOO pounds before her ceived from certifying invoices at a fee time is up, or a total of over 23,000 of $2.50 jer invoice From this you .pounds for the year. It is needloss to see t he only Consuls who can make any ay that she boats tho record. largo returns are those of the largo An experienced dairyman gives manufacturing and commercial centers. views upon the conditions necessaryhi3 to Paris pays the United Stales bettor the best butter as follows: Perhaps than anv other Consulate. Tho fees the soil of a man's farm is low, springy collected there last year amounted to and wet; then tho feed will bo sour, $6:l,i)00. These fee?, with the excepand you can not get good butter out of tion of $."fi.72, were received for invoice that, either dairy or creamery- The certificates, which show that over ?.", mij llavor of the butter depends largely on invoices of goods were sent frm Paris the flavor of the fee I. In order to to the United states in a M.ri. oar make line butter in tho winter time the The fees collected at London for this utmost cleanliufss must be same tune were nearly im, and must wash the cow s udder in w arm those at Livernool 5t7.iiW) All of tha water and dn with a cloth If the at-Over-feodin- sr at t, liggta'llftSSiiia - - - an ojd OftlOrPll Slfnfinn A t.nti lying on his back on"; u&mmmmpi, the been organized in Charlotte, S. C. sluggish water kn fptMm& st. A lftdr h.ia nrnjrtntml !.. V.. .. Jnt. I.;John, the hot sun i flmBu'" oldlorkPresbtorv w'rhstn rwToffi.f ,,!.- .ziam.-- 1. . face. rvmms1 "W hy don't you gi nitniac i in aliurches. " ' largest liall worKr ,'.JKI5' Ffl,I. builtThe the Bantists in San .Francisco, by and first. n nmiM "Mv friend." sai .liiriH-opian, "I am, proberb' yRi'j;Bi.in by Rev. Mr. Kalloch, of that denomina on sense uah is in de sftaMMMft, Ob. tion, na? passea to tne Spiritualists, who aroTerv namerous in that citv. my chillcn appoxima't j4B. har uan muauer s loons MW. .IHflBM'lHhl Ckicaqo Journal. dey don't quite cum up"lojii Lr. Thomas, in his lecture.: "Will :tiii"-Mv"- ' My There be a New Keujrion sava tha ;bein? a Sport. ind liSjwit&H! watiEsHH yfcfTii.MjqyTgi.y;jfrtBrq -""-.- A . I interviewed :Jv r'nB e- ,. i SCHOOL AT CHUKCir. -- 5 l a-- i ;n j uov-ornine- nt, seven-elevent- h, three-elevent- New-Yor- fifty-eig- ht fifty-nin- - ob-c-rv- ed LmWJ at does hoArrtv atr all in dis veah ciimit. TWS --jt? cnulto kibbor him' Why, he wants to swell amoug do gahls. Wat does he want to swell amonj tho gahls fur" So't one ob "em will marry him. Wat does he want to marry one" ob 'cm fur? 'Co, he wants to be happy wid her. Yo' x see oberyting wat Sam w"ants and is ahed ob him. It ain't de pro'ent dat Sam is after do enjymehts ob today ain't good enuff fo' him. but he goes fo' sutlin' dat he cahn't put his hand onto. "When he hcz got do goodclozo de gahls will run after him. Will he be satisfied wid dat? Not anv, chile. He looks ahead to de felicitv'of marrvin' one ob 'em. When he he? married "one ob 'em, is he any nearer happinis? Not a step. Den lie will want to cut a swell wid her, and he will worry moah fo' dat. When ho iz worried" long cnuft and hez got a house, will dat" satisfy him? Not an-- , honey. Ef lie gits a house Jie won't be happy till he hei! got a planner forty in it, and when he hez de planner forty he will want furnitoor, and when hez de furnitoor he will want a mule and a cart to ride in Sundays, nnd when he hez dat, sufiin' eNc, alius a little ahead of him, will be wanted to finish dat off, and so he will go on and on, like a donkey wid a bunch ob carrots jist afore his nose, which he alluz sees but nebber gets a toof into, and so lie will go on worryin' and worryin' till ho dies, and what's it all about? "Happinis is alluz jist abed ob yo' and it keops dah. Dah nebber wuz a quatah hoss fas' cnuft" to ketch up wid it it's a bird dat yo' nebber kin git salt onto his tail. "When yo' git wat yo' want den yo' mus' hab sufiin else, and dat keeps up forebberand ebbor. "I don't allow no such foolishnis to bodder me. I don't want no cloze for I hez no use fo' cm. I don't want no house fo' I kin sleep outen doahs. I want a pipe alluz full of tobaccv, and I want a soft place to sleep when I'ze sleepy, and sufiin to eat when I'ze hungry. I hez a pow'ful appetit for whisky, wich I git when I kin, and wick I go widout when I cahn't. "Mo! Wy, boss, I woodent go to a sukku-- i on a free tikkit, onless yo'd kern m ' dah, and gib me a cushioned ks.us! Wat does it 'mount to and it's ober. Ef lifecood cloze? Acvcrr'Ti pPPMp Wi jk, m "Tfiff -- irfaa-tt TL if ;i-- H- "A bliJ-flBJ- oiir'" W1' rt I 4 Wifc"'"fc- - - 'lllT'BBT llgl'Hill'MrrPBinTBfcflf&lrTr lf AtJ'ie last meeting of bo Newark ''?Mifi3MmmFfMJBSt sr"RIVTOl ex-pe- r. 00 self-respe- ct work-room- -- - -- 1 rio-ht- , lnM-nln.m!n- i. I- 1 vii:ii-iiiiii- i" " rf.'-f- -- . n well-know- W'lfc'" ! a I- - en-t'- re X physionl-ly."C'rica- go ... -- s, ! hav-nio- w self-limite- d, "" 1 t " . s , - piiv-ale- nt 1 " nait-doze- n nine-tenth- . fii-;- fr. !. life-tim- jy -- - 1 twenty-ailment- s .' , "'-- ten-hom- -- oS t-- self-cocki- ei e, 39,-96- tc. b 1 Rfro-s.- three-fourth- alms-hous- - short-haire- H -- apt poor-hous- e, i. T I. .1' e. i m rii i- incr tha-mont- E(e A --- v 5jf "V it. 4 r m?g&m& The Hickman Courier. GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAN. Publl-he- r. ?r KENTUCKY. SESTIXA. When from the portals of her paradise Street Eve- wtnt forth an exile with sad heart, jrnte In tears. She lingered at tlin thrice-barre- d And tc the guardian of that Eden fair, .as on her cheek there came and went the rose, She weeping- mourned the harshness of her - -- Then turning- once again, with trembling-hearShespakc: '0 angel, but a rose one rose!" Within the angel's breast compassion roso At sight of her sad face and fill I ins: tears. The hlle her beauty touched his tender heart. And knowing well themlsery of her fate. He gave the flower, a roe ot paradle. Because she was so cry young and fair. And since that time there may bo flowers as fair, But they must all yield fealty to the roo, Tho rod, red roe that bloomed in paradise. That Eve In exile watered with her tears, The only blossom In her cheerless fate, The one flower in the desert of her heart. And into everj mortal's life and heart There comes some time, in cloudy days or fair. It matters uot, to bless and light his futo lor one short space, the perfume of the rose. And thougn the artcr years may bring but That moment' pleasure is of paradise. O wondrous roe of love, most pacing Whate er our fato In earthly paradise? fair. Grant that our tears be s in thy Flortuce M. liyme. In llarjvr'a Magazine. dew-drop- fate. "O anpeV cried she, "bitter is the fate That drives mo from this fairest paradle. And bids me wear life's rue, and not Us rose! Give me one flower to lay upon my heart Jefore I wander through far lands less fair, And drown all visions of roy past in tears." She ceased, but still flowed fast her silent tears At memory of the waywardness of fate. Ah!" thought she, "younjr I nm, 'tis true, and fair. Hut shall I And another paradise?" MY I FISH. Three months ao I was a happy man. I had a charming wife, two handsome children, a comfortable income, a considerable practice, and (for a solicitor) a clear conscience. All but tho - last 1 still possess, but the loss of that one item has destroyed mv peace of mind and embittered mv whole existence. And yet I cannot but think that there was great excuso for mo. When a man basely yields to temptation ho is said to "fall," but that expression hardly applies to my case. I was regular v pushed over by But lwill tell my painful storv and the reader shall judge for himself. My name is Marmaduke Howard Jones. Dropping the Howard as a trifle too ornate for everv-da- y use, 1 am known socially and "professionally as Marmaduko H. Jones; and I havo'felt some little pride in the name, as beinc uncommon, not to say distingue. I do not mean to suggest that I am by any u.cjius mu oniy dones, ana there are doubtless other Jlarmadukes; but the tout ensemble, the combination, .Marmaduke H. Jones, lotus, teres atguc has alwa3s struck me as possessing considerable artistic merit, and as doing great credit to my godfathers and my godmothers. I flattered myself that the combination was at any rate "Pique, and certainly never supposed, until a few weeks since, that there could possible be another individual, still less another member of mv own profession, rejoicing in the yen" same namo. The reader will therefore understand that the supposition of mistaken identity was the last that was likely to occur to me when, on opening my letters one morning a couple of months ago, I found the following from an old friend resident in Yorkshire: other-people. even indicating by their that they regarded me as a manner im- -' poster, and believed the report myself in nni..;" - .n m-- 1 founded reputation for spokm-whl- n. Others disregarded ray deniil and ardently believed that a big fish, but from a mean ri.,i.tanco to explain how I did it, or some other nefarious reason, thought propefto dis own my achievement. nirties evidently regarded me as a contemptible sort of fellow; the one set for not having caught the fish, other for having caughfit and not the sticking to it hke a man. At last, so sick wa J of being disbelieved nnd looked down upon, or bcliovcd and looked down upon notwithstanding, that when I met f neud Brown in the city one afternoon, and he began as usual: "I sav. old fellow, what about the bin fish? "I ?aw all about it in the papers," di(l not take the trouble to contradict him, but wearily said: "0 ve4, rather a big thing, wasn't it?" and forthwith changed the subject to more rgngcnial matters. Wo parted, and ro sara0 afternoon I ran against Uoblnsfi. " Jones," he said: "I met our friend Brown this morning, and he wW telling me all about your big fish. always were a lucky "dor. buch thiols don't come in my way." Havin?alIowed Brown to believe "in the legend I could not very well give him the- Ik. s0 to speak, to Kobinon, so again acq" tesced in a vague kind of way? and Changed the subject as soon as possible hoping to hear no more of the niite But 1 was disappointed. Witf. SCjT5t two or three days I iner at Jekf-a- u a dozen friends who claimed to have had partic-lar- s from cither Brown or Robinson, and.having let the thing go so far I had not the courage to undeceive them. But Nemesis was beginning to pursue me. As the poet justly remarks (I forget for the moment what poet, or his exact words, but he must have been, a man in the first rank of the profession i !J ,u v, t S.ono down fifty per uluir estimation, sovao I KPad -- i ,i. . lt gan positively to go round back streets in order to avoid meeting friends. I lived in a morbid dread of the subject of fish cropping up, as it invariably did in some shape or other. E en a" pair of soles on the tible was enough to destroy all my appetite for dinner. I dared not now undeceive Brown and Robinson, who, having related the story (on my own authority!) to other-!- , would naturally think that I had intentionally befooled them. Again I met Brown, this time in company with a stranger, a tall, gentlemanly "man, to whom he introduced me as "Mr. Marmaduke II. Jones, tho hero of tho big fish." His friend, whom I found to bo Sir Lionel Damer, a noted fisherman, paid me the usual compliments on my great catch, and then proceeded to ask me one or two questions, which would have been plain sailing enough if I had really caught the fish, but which, as it was, I answered in such an incoherent manner that Brown charitably cut short tho interview, saying that we must talk over details another time. I have since heard that he apologized to Sir Lionel for ray being "a little tight," kindly adding that he never Never in all my previous experience had I been in so horrible a position. For the first time In my life I realized what a "cold sweat" meant If anybody suffers from a colder sweat or more of it, than I did on that occasion, I pity him. And the worst o"f it was that I might find myself in tho same position again at any moment I had hitherto attached so little importance to the matter that I had never even seen the paragraph which started the mischief, nor had f taken the trouble to note tho namo of the papers in which it had appeared, xliouguT they had more than once been referred to by my congratulators. I was pretty sure that the original statement was m the Fishing something or other, but what the precise name was, or where it was obtainable, I had not the smallest idea. With a feeling as if 1 was concocting a bank fraud, and might be "run in1 "at any moment, I began to make inquiries dealat news agents and fishing-tackl- e ers for any paper that answered tho description. I discovered that there was a paper called the Fishing Gazette. and I bought the back numbers for a month past and began to study them. At hist I came on a paragraph as follows: "A Monster Pike. We learn from a correspondent that on the 21th ult, Mr. Marmaduke II. Jones solicitor, while spinning for pike at the Upper Weir, Tenbury. wai fortunate enough to hook a of an hour which, after a struggle, he succeeded In landing." twenty-four-pounde- r, three-quarte- "Ah! what a tangled wtrbwe weave When once we venture to deceive i" Remorse had begun to set in. I be- knew fore. me in that condition be- Pv I stared at the letter in amazement I had recently got a verdict in a rather "Tipcat, Yorks. Deab. Old Hov: Just seen a notice of your splendid success, and you. ou must comehasten to congratulate and try your luck us very shortly. I know of a whopper, with not far from here, that I should like you to have a fchy aU Kind regards to the wife. Ever yours sincerely, "Sam Tuonoc.ooD." uphill case of Grumley vs. Pipkin, but it was not a matter of much public interest, and was scarcely likely to have made any marked sensation in a small town in Yorkshire. Still, this being the only available explanation, I adopted it. The allusion to the "whopper" whom I was invited to have a shy at was mysterious; but I concluded that it referred to some wrong-doe-r of high degree (possibly the parson or the squire) who had been riding roughshod over his humbler neighbors, and whom Thorogood desired, in country phrase, to "have the law of." I put "the letter aside and went on with my other correspondence. Presently l" came to a still more mysterious epistle: "ISou,'DEI1',SKAiiTm:nTON. Sik: Havine- seen the report of your recent achievement, I trust you will pardon my Inquiring what flight you are la the habit of using. I feel that I am taking a liberty In addressing a total stranger on such a subject, butourmutualintcrestln the same pursuit must be mv excuse. "I Inclose stamped envelope for reply. "I remain your obedient servant. "William Podmore." "Grutnlej-vs- . Pipkin must have made more noise than I imagined," I soliloquized. "But what on earth doe3 the man mean by his Mlight,' and our mutual interest in the same pursuit? Does he think I am a member of the Aerial Navigation Society? As he has jent a stamped envelopo for reply, I suppose he must have one, so here goes": Sm: I am In receipt or your letter, but haven t a notion what it meant. Please explain. Yours truly. "DEAit "MAitXADUKE "31 FCRXIVAL'S I.VN. , The next letter I came to was from a brother solicitor on professional business, but in aP, S. the writer said: "Accept ray congratulations on your big 1 had no idea vou were such u sportsman." ""Big fish! Here's another lunatic!" I ejaculated; but at that moment I was interrupted by the entrance of a client After we had disposed of his business, he remarked, as he stood up to take his leave: "Everybody is talking about that bi"jjikb oi yours, i m not a lisherman niy- ' "k J"ui uiai it was a very swell 'achievement. Allow mo to conoratu- laiu vou. "What Oil" earth arn rnn rnfnrr;,, H. Jones." - it mentioned in one of the papers. You didn't know you were so famous, perhaps?" "I certainly did pot. The thing must bo a hoax. I never caught a piko in my life, and don t intend to. But now I begin to understand some extraordi-uary'lettewhich I have received this morning. Some rascally practical joker Jias started the report, I suppose, to put mo to the trouble of contradicting it; but I won't give him that satisfaction." "Then you haven't caught a big fish at all?" said my visitor. "Well, I thought such a feat was hardly in vour liue.'' And he took his leave with a Mightly injured air, as though, I had swindled him out of a congratulation under false pretenses. RI went on with tho perusal of my letters and dismissed the matter from my mind. But it was not to be so easily 'ot rid of. When I went into the street every other person I met alluded in shape or other to my "big pike." Of conr&e I hastened to explain that the report was groundless, and that I had not caught any pike at all. But my protestations were received in a manner (to use a familiar .phrase) to make a saint swear. I lo not suppose for a moment that a saint could or would swear, but, if ho ever did, I cannot conceive any provocation wbiohweuldmoro fully justify him in doiiif so. Where my ajsuranc.s were Hiifflitf, my UtMlttutort hmdsit quiw rs to?" I exclaimed. "Why, that big pike that you caught at where was it? Newbury, or some such place. I saw This was so far satisfactory, though I had an uneasy consciousness that somebody in my presence had mentioned Sunbury, and somebody else Newbury, as the scene of my'explolt: and that I had not contradicted them. However, my moral sense was by this time so far perverted that (now I knew Tenbury was the spot) I was fully prepared to maintain that I had always said Tenbury. One expression puzzled me. What on earth was "spinning" in connection with pike? It unfortunately happens that if there is one subject about which I know less than any other it is angling. My experiences as a fisherman are limited to the fact that when.I was a boy of eleven, or thereabouts, I spent all my available pocket I think it money (three rod and line. I was) "in a brand-neused it perseveringly for about a week, but not having caught anything (except colds) I felt that it was locking up capital to no purpose, anu l accoruingly swapped it away to another boy for eighteen pence and a dead squirrel. What use I intended to make of the squirrel 1 don't remember, but I know that was the price. The above having been niy first and only experience in the fishing line (no joke is intended, the subject is far too to be treated with levity), it will e readily understood that tov knowledge of "the art was. Uvill j5? least, elementary. However, onepoint was now clear. I hau caught mv monster fish by spinning (whatever tliat might mean), and spinning I must stick to. The mystery as to how the paragraph appeared in the paper was still unsolved. I referred to the "Law List," but could not find any Marmaduke H. Jones, solicitor. It was justVbarely possible that there might be a country practitioner of that name, country solictors only appearing under thy heading of their respective towns; bL after looking through all the bio- towns I and-sixpence, w pounds in weight; ho was I caught at Tenburj'; and he was caught by spinning. becure in this knowledge, I sallied forth with head erect, feeling that I could not now very well But prido comes be caught tripping. before a fall. Almost the first person 1 met was an old acquaintance, Jack Broderip. "Hullo, Jones," he said, "I haven't seen you since you caught that big jackt" "It wasn't a jack," I replied, "it was a pike." "Well, a pike is a jack," he rejoined, "isn't it?" I began to stammer out something in reply, when he continued: "I forgot, by the way, you swell sportsmen only speak of and such small fry as jack. 1 apologize for alluding to your big fish so disrespectfully, but 1 assure you it was quite unintentional. By the way, how did you catch him? Live bait, I suppose?" "Live bait, of course," I said. I hadn't a notion on the subject, but as ho seemed so cock-surI thought it better not to contradict him. "Spinning, you know." "Spinning," ho exclaimed, "with live bait! 'J hat's a novolty, isn't it?" "Well, I believe it isn't exactly I said, modestly. "If you say it, of course it must be tho thing to do. I shall note that as a wrinkle. But I should think it was rather awkward to work. If it isn't a secret, how many hooks do you hava on your flight?" The question obviously implied more than one. "0, about "two," I said, timidly. "Two hooks only! Ah, two triangles, you mean. Whose flight do you uo, then? 'Ponnoirs,' or tho 'Thames,' or the 'Francis,' or something of vour own?" "Well, to tell tho truth," (which it certainly wasn't,) "a little arrangement of my own." "Something special, oh? Well, I suppose these are professional secrets, so I mustn't pump you too much. By the way, it was at Tonbury, I think, the event came off. Now, whereabouts is Tenbury?" This was a poser. Tenbury might have been in Owyhee, for anything I knew. I was obliged to make ii leap in tho dark. "O! Tenbury, you know. Down Berkshire wajO' "Berkshire, is it? I thought it must have been Tenbury in Worce . ershire. There is aTcnbury in Worcestershire, I am pretty sure. Tenburv in Berkshire. eh? Good fishing there, i suppose?" "Pretty fair," i said, with the air of a man who didn't think anything under a twent3'-pouhdworth mentioning, and at the same time making a mental memorandum to look up the geography of Tenbury without delay. "I mut ask you to excuse me now, for I'm in a desperate hurry. I have an appointment at the Taxing Office. Good morning: He wished me "Good morning," looking, however, rather huffy at my abrupt dismissal, and I went into a stationer's to buy the A B C Guide. 1 found that Tenbury was in Worcestershire, and determined to stick to that county in answering future questions. I met three or four more acquaintances that afternoon. All of them wore full of my big fish, and showed a disgusting appetite for details. I answered their queries as woll as I could, but I felt that I was getting deeper and deeper in tho mire at every step, and that I mu manage to acquire a little more knowledge on the subject On my way back to Hie oflico I bought two or three treatises on fishing: but I had barely had time to open them when a valued country client, Mr. Culpepper, came in. He had important business to disenss, and was compelled to leave town again the next morning; so, to economize time, as it was nearly my hour for going home, I invited him to dine with me en untitle We walked homo together, and dinner was half over when ho suddonly said: "Bj' the way, Jones", that was a tremendous catch of yours down Tonbury way that big pike, eh?" My wife looked up surprised, for sho had heard nothing of my apocryphal achievement "O, nothing particular," I said, trying to turn the conversation; "the thing has been much exaggerated. Nothing in it, I assure you." "All very well for you, my dear fellow. 1 suppose you arc such a sportsman that you make nothing of a pounder; but we outsiders, who don't get such luck, think a good deal of it, i can tell you. But whore was it? The papers said Tenbury, and Brown told me the same thing, but Philpotts assured mo that he had it from your own lips that you caught it at Sunbury, and Tompkins was just as certain that it was at Newbury." "O, Philpotts is mistaken; I never told him anything of the sort; and as for Tompkins, he's he's lost his mother-in-lalately, and forgets things he doesn't know what he is talking about" At this point my wife struck in. Mrs. Jones is a very charming woman, but the least bit inclined (her only fault) to bo jealous, and she has an exaggerated, not to say morbid, idea of the perfect confidence, or rather contidentialiiess which should exist between husband and wife. I don't perceive that she tells me much, but she expects me to tell her everything. For the last moment or two she had been looking from me to Culpepper, and from Culpepper to me, in a manner which denoted, on the matrimonial barometer, "stormy." "Mr. Jones! Marmaduke! this is something I am not to know, I suppose. What is it all about?" Mr. Culpepper put on his blandest twenty-fou- r four-pounde- rs e, gon-eral- ," "I can relievo your mind on that score, Mrs. Jones. Mr. Jones sent it to his collection at the Fisheries Exhibition." (Good gracious," I thought, "what a liar tho man is, though" ho means it in kindness, no doubt!'') "I saw it there myself yesterday." This was the "Jio with a circumstance" with a vengeance, and yet there the man sat, as cool and collected as if he were repeating the multiplication table. How I envied his calm composure! But the fiend went ou to say: "Make him take you to see it, Mrs. Joues, if he hasn't already done so," he continued : "it is really worth seeing. You'll find it in tho second or third case on the left, just as you enter tho gallerj'." "He shall take me to the Fishories Exhibition before he is twenty-fou- r hours older." replied Mrs. Jones. "I will get to the bottom of this somehow. I wish you good evening, gentlemen," anu she sailed out of the room. "What on earth possessed you to suggest that?" I remarked ruefully to Culpepper as tho door closed. "Very sorry if I've done any mischief." he said; "I really thought it was the best thing I could "say. I am extremely sorry I ever introduced the subject; but of course I couldn't guess that your wife didn't approvo of your angling excursions and that you" had made a secret of thislittlo matter. She is afraid your hobby might interfere with business, I suppose." "Yes, that's it," I said, only too glad to jump at this straw in tho way of explanation, and Culpepper shortly after took his leave. With terror I "anticipated the inevitable explanation with Mrs. Jones; but it was postponed, fr I found she had taken up her quarters in the spare room for the night My hair is not gray, with years or otherwise, "nor grew it uhtto in a jinglo night, as men have grown througi sudBut 1 am quite surprised den fears." that it didn't The next morning Mrs. Jones enmo down to breakfast with her bonsot on. "Where are you going, my dar?" 1 ventured mildly to inquire. "I am going" with you. Mr. Jaics, to tho Fisheries Exhibition." I felt that I was going to still further shame anil exposure. but there was no hat Mrs. Jones would say help for it or do when she found that there was no fish of mine at the Exhibition I shuddered to think. We reached South Konsington in solemn silence. Like a condemned criminal just screwing up his courage for the filial attentions of the late Mr. I followed Mrs. Jones to tho "Museum" department Wo entered tho gallerj1; 1 glanced, iavoluntarilj', to the spot where, according to Culpepper's account, my great catch ought to have beon. Great heavens! what did I Mar-wood, TAR3I AND FIRESIDE. An Unexpected Response. Tut Three-quarte- rs If hens are confined to keep them out of the gardon, dig up the earth in their yard onco in a while. They like to scratch in the moist earth, and they need the exercise. Prairie Farmer. Onion salad: Mix thoroughly equal quantities of mashed potatoes and onions boiled until they too can bo mashed almost smooth, bcason with pepper and salt and butter. Exchange. Matting is not put on floors now in straight breadths, a plaid or bright being tnekod all around tho floor and square of tho same in the middle, tho rest being filled with plait white, or anj individual tasto is carried manner.-Chica- go out to lay it in a rug-lik- e Journal. A little freedom in tho evening, after a hard day's work, is greatly bj horses, and it certainly" does them good. Thoir entire system is bent in but the one direction during tho day whilo at work, and a change from that in the way of a good romp and roll, when freeil from the harness, can not but bo beneficial. In the Michigan Farmer a farmer tells how he manages to conquer Canada thistles by the aid of his 200 sheep. Ho puts a small handful of salt on each thistle at the root The sheep eat tho thistle close to the ground. The salting is repeated as often as may be necessary, and tho thistle seldom appears the second j'ear. Bread and Butter Pudding Slice bread, spread with butter and lay it hi a deep dish with currants botween each layer; add sliced citron, orangoor leriion, if to bo very nice; pour over unboiled custard flavored to taste at least two hours before it is to be baked and dip it over to soak the bread; just beforo dinner bake quicklj'. Ar. Y. co on-joj'- ed A yonng Presbyterian divine had accepted an invitation to preach in a country school-housAmong tho congregation was a family named Culbertson, who owned a savage-lookin- g but really harmless dog. When they had arrived at the appointed place, tho good wife was vexed to behold tho dog very sedately entering with them. Not" satisfied with being merely among tho audience, Ponto ascended the platform, and composed himself for a nap behind the clergyman's desk. As tho services were just beginning, no efforts were made to route him from his chosen place, aud ho was allowed to slumber undisturbed. In tho latter part of his sermon the minister had occasion to illustrate his subject by relating an anecdote of Libby Prison: "Lach morning tho roll was called, and daily there were names to which no answer would ever again be given. On tho morning of which I speak tho first name called was Henry Thompson. No answer came, and a death-lik- e stillness pervaded tho ranks. Again the namo was repeated 'Hcnrv Thome. of it is an "if" Put this on "file" if rou ge. as would "W-Exchan- Is short nnlt-- tnnm of it is a "lie" l.i. half and t it. ra f b1 j 1 -- aV Jl1 i m 4 i.J . The Gre American Chorus. Sneezing, snuffling and coughing! Thb is the muic all over the land lust now. And will bo until June. ' I've got such an awful cold m my head." Cure it with Ely's Cream Balm or it my end in the toughest form of Catarrh. 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The rest of tho sermon was tost on the hearers, and afterward tho dog was known as Henry Thompson. Judith Eyre, in Harpers' Monthly. . o . rZet The Trouble With the Great Edifices. The chance concoctions of Ignorant men have sometimes brought disrepute not inly on their own worthless medicines that deserve no credit, but sometimes, with much injustice, on really reliablo preparations. s Ladies shonld nothesitato about Mrs. Vegetable Compound, for this remedy has been tried, proven aud praised for years. Fink-ham'- y KWyVsYBkB! a liflS "JjA'A-Lgfi gjl ,! J V P ' JWJJ..JM VICOR, HEALTH AMD LIFEIs found In th Orcat Modem Discovery, - Times. ithe difference. Tennessee woman writes: Indies, 1 have something to tell vou that (if you dislike picking a chicken as much as I do) you will bo delighted to .hoar. A lady told mo that a frying chicken is just as good if skinned as it .is picked. I tried it and was delighted. As soon as the chicken is killed skin it, beginning at tho craw. After it is floured ovor and fried you cannot tell A cr behold ! A handsome show-cas- e, sur- smile. - could Jmd no one of my owiTname except myself. My first impression was doubtless right that theparao-raphad been inserted as a hoax, and 1 smiled to myself as 1 thought how tho engineer had been hoist with his own pctafd, his intended "joke" having been received as a substantial verity. But then another thought crossed my mind, and made me extremely uncomfortable. Perhaps this anonymous joker was only biding his time Perhaps he was only lulling me into a false security, and, when he thought his "joke" had one far enough, would write to the paper again and say that Marmaduke H. Jones did not catch the big pjke after all-- and a nice sort of position I should be in then! No, he had chosen to declare that I had caught a big pike and i was by this time more tfeaa lialf convinced of it myself. If tk& wa not true, why, it ought to be storv and true, I was determined that for all practical purposes it should be true. made up my mind that, come what I miht. I would stick to my fish. (Tho ?eRder will perceive that I was ao becoming hardened in crime.) I felt that I was MVf BBMter of detail 'ftp - was -J-t- 9e&. husband's great catch the big fish that he hooked at Tenbury." "Mr. Jones! Tenburj-- ! and a big fish. Mr. Jone hasn't hooked a big hsh or any other fish." Culpepper felt that he had somehow in it It was obvious to his Eut thatfoot some reason or other Mrs. for J. had been kept in ignorance of the big fish, and ho did his best to retrieve his error. "Didn't he, really? Then I must have been mistaken. Some other Jones, perhaps. It's not an uncommon name." "No, Mr. Culpepper! It is very good of you to endeavor to screen him. It is a point of honor among you men, I believe, to shield each other; but I am not to be so easily put off, I can tell you. Mr. Philpotts had the particulars from Mr. Jones' own lips, you said consequently it is clear that Mr. Jones has caught a iish, (though I shouldn't have believed it of him), and that that fish has been concealed from me." Poor Culpepper looked extremely uncomfortable. As for m sel- f- well, Mr. Kinglake has recorded that the late Emperor Napoleon used to turn a pale green when in the presence of the enemy; I never believed the story till that evening, but I do now. "But, Maria," I said, "it is really nothing to make a fuss about. 1 assure you I didn't no, I mean I did t, catch a fish, but it was quite an and it shan't occur again." "No, Mr. Jones, there is a mystery here which I am detecmined to fathom. You have caught a lish a largo fish it seems. Where is that fish? Why did you not send it to your once happy home?" Mrs. Jones glared at me as if she thought the fish was at that moment concealed about my person. I believe I was about to answer (forgetful of its dimensions) that it wasn't worth bringing home, or that I had eaten it all myself, when Culpepper came unexpectedly to the rescue. acci-"den- you know all about it, my dear madam. I was only referring to your "0, mounted bj the came of Marmaduke II. Jone, m large gold letters, and containing stuffed tish of various sizes and descriptions, the center object being a monster pike I felt that reason was tottoring on her throne. Had 1 reallj-caugall that fish and didn't know it! Was I a somnambulist with a double existence, catching fish (and sending them to the Fisheries Exhibition) in m' sleep and forgetting all "about it in m' waking ess, a correct one." hours? The revulsion of feeling was Pruning. too much for me I fell on the floor in a dead faint How long I so continued Pruning is one of the skilled arts of 1 cannot say, but I presently came to and found a small crowd round the orchard. It is the most imjKrtant me, and Mrs. Jones holding a large and part of the culture of a fruit tree. It to mv nose. I begins with its first planting and does powerful smelling-bottlheard an excited whisper: "That's the not end until the tree is dead or an bad gent as ketctied all them fish; ho don't as dead. And thus beginning and going look it, do he?" Mrs. Jones perceived all through the life of the tree, it is now that 1 was reviving; she said: "We We a timelj' subject for consideration. will begin with the tree newly will defer explanations, Mr. Jones. We had better go home." And wo wont planted or one that is but two or three home accordiuglj, in solemn silonce as joars transplanted, and, as wo have before mentioned, we will go back to the we came. On mj arrival I found two letters first principles involved in the work. r Thcn wo examine the point of a branch sent up from the office, also a the Fishing davtte. The first letter oi a young tree we i'tnu there a strong new growth was from mj- - friend Brown, and ran as bud, from which ahvtij'a starts, prolonging tho branch follows: "Drau Josks: That pike of yours has unduly. Tho vogetative vigor of tho crouted a regular controversy in the Gazette. tree concentrates in these terminal buds, I end a cony for your portisui; the most contrary opinions prevail as to tho way you and unless it is checked all the buds becaughtliim. Some maintain you throw in low it remnin dormant or merely throw Thames style, some in Nottingham. You are out each a single leaf. If this "growth reiMirted to have uwjd no less that seven differis continued for a few years there will ent kinds of tlight including two that ever heard of. Some sny your catch wm be a number of long, slender, weak made at Tenbury. some at Tut bury, borne at branches hardly able to support their Newbury, ami some at Sunbury. Vou are reown weight To prevent this, these ported to have a gorge-baiit live bait, and u spinning ud and one idiot declares young shoots, or in a jounger tree the buit; you spin with a livo bait. The funny that d thing is that nil these statements are aid to main stem, must be cut back le inude on your own personal authority. Do. or the length to a strong bud for goodness sake, drop the editor a line and on the outside of the branch. ever, st them right. Yours"HCMI'lIllEV IlHOWN." whole strength of the sap will thenThe bo I groaned and opened tho other letter. directed to these buds that are previIt was as follows: ously dormant, and which aro thus ex"Pwmbwi.ygwi.i.wth, North Wales. cited to now growth. They then proI think of nit the scoundrels the man "Sin: duce new wood and leaves, and send who. at a nfe distance, deliberately appropriates another man's distinctions Is the mean- new layers of woody fibre to the stem. est. I llnd that you have taken advantage of which thus increases rapidly in diamethe accident or possessing the same name as ter, so that bj' the timo the branches mysolf a name of hich I shall henceforth feel ashamed, since ou share it to take the have reached their former longth the credit of my recent Ashing success, as men- stom and the lower parts of the branches tioned In the Uaittte. I writo by this jwst to have been considerably strengthened. the same paper to expose your contemptible conduct, and trust I may have an cany op- Tho leaf buds are also forced by the portunity of pullintr your nose. larger supply of sap to develop into "M WtM IIH'KK II. Jovr.s." Here thenwasthesolutionof the mys- fruit buds, in still older trees, and thus tery. There was another Marmaduke fruitfulncss is hastened by directing the H.'Jones, solicitor, and he was the real sap from the production of wood to that Simon Pure, the hero of tho big fish. of fruit This isame result is produced But to live at such an unearthly placo upon anj weak branches whose growth has been checked by the exhaustive -- no wonder I could as not find him in the "Law List" I took fiow of sap to the stronger ones, and by up the book once more and looked out cutting these back the current is dithe disgusting little place. There he verted to the weaker parts, and the balance of the whole of the tree is was, sure enough. So simple, and so terrible, was the explanation of my equalized. Sometimes young troos are stunted mystery. I have confessed all to Mrs. Jones, and make a very slow growth, tho becoming contracted and tne and she has graciouslj agreed, as I did not really catch any fish after all, to look whole tree appearing dormant By over it this once. I have written an pruning back such trees the whole force abject apologj to mj infuriated name- of the sap is concentrated in the few sake, who has taken" no notice whatever buds left; these are stimulated into of it: and now, by Mrs. Jones' advice, active new growth, and throw out leaves I draw up this plain, unvarnished state- and vigorous young shoots, and theso ment, to place the matter fairly before in turn send down new woody matter to the public, and to rehabilitate, as far the stem, and to form new roots, and in as possible, my damaged reputation. this way the whole tree is renewed and One word I would say in conclusion. I invigorated. Pruning of young trees may also be notice that a popular writer in a current novel has made his hero wrongfully controlled very much by pinching, and will be'able to great lj tike the credit of another man's Tiook. the I do not mean to suggest that this is ?c change the direction of growth by bad as taking the credit of another pinching off tho buds and young, tender man's lish in fact from recent obser- bhoou thaUure forming in undesirable vation, I should say that it would be re- places, and thus force the growth garded at least in sporting circles, as a where it will bo more .serviceable. In verj' mild offense in comparison. But Uiis way much after use of the knifo I am quite suro that that popular will be avoided. Some trees arc and are naturally given to writer, if he is a man, (as producing wood and leaves in great I have no doubt he is.) will be appalled, as he goes on, at the profusion. This is unfavorable to tho amount of misery he will bring on his production of fruit In regard to this unfortunate hero. I do implore him to point the timo of pruning is as imtime and let the portant as tho manner, for it is only pause while there is offender make a clean breast of it at after vegetation has begun that this once before he begins to feel the mental change in the direction of the sap can bo made, and when a tree is severely agonj I mj'sclf have experienced. pruned just after tho leaves have been Bclgravia. mam put forth tho formation of wood is preLaboring Undera Halluciation. vented, the tree is checked, ami those A large and imposing Senator from buds which would have made new a Western State was walking up and shoots are stunted in thoir growth and down the Senate Chamber behind the take the form of fruit spurs. On the chairs. His hands met at the small of other hand, some trees are too profuse his back, and one of them held the bearers and become covered with fruit other. His step was stately and his spurs, which produco bloom and fruit head leaned forward a tritle. On his and exhaust tho vitality of thetreesothat face was the far- away, abstracted ex- it fails to make ncwshootsandleavesand pression which is usually interpreted adds to its woody substance. This evil to mean that the owner of it is in deep is avoided bj' pruning to stimulate wood thought On a sofa in the corner of growth, which is by cutting back early the Senate Chamber sat a Senator from m the season and before the leaves apanother Western State talking to a pear, so as to force the buds to make friend. Pointing to the Senator who new wood. Thus the cultivator of an was pacing back and forth in full view orchard has it in his power to train his of the. galleries, the sitting Senator trees from the very first, to form their said to bis friend: "There's a man who shape, to direct their growth, to preis laboring under a very strange hal- vent waste of vital force and substance by avoiding unnecessary production of lucination." g "What is it?" inquired the startled some and to stimulate g wood, to check exhaustive friend. "Why. he thinks that he's thinking." in other kinds, and all his work is done by virtue of tho simple principles here Washington Republican. set forth. When these are understood Pails of water in which hay has a simple study of a tree will be a suffito tho kind of work that been steeped absorbs the smell of fresh cient paint A saucer of ground coffeo will needs to be done. Henry Sleicarl, m N. rerve a like purpose. Troy Tirn, i Timet' m A Maine housewife sends this recipe for a baked dish, a sort of what-is-Make a nice short crut for a deep dish, roll it thin, then put in pork cut in tin' pieces, then a layer of potatoes, pepper and a bit of salt, unless pork is quite salt. Fill the dish, then add milk enough to cook according to size of dish: put on top crust and bake, and if the grumblers don't say it is good, it shows the' don't know what is what. Boston I'ost. A writer in tho Rural Xew Yorker contends that "by planting corn at the earliest safe moment we not only increase the chances that the crop" will receive tho necessary number of degrees of accumulated heat during tho warm season, but tho number of hours of sunshine as woll, and, what is of nearly as much importance, we advance tho qioch of blossoming several daj-s- , and by so doing hasten maturity by several weeks. This is a new 'and surprising Statement to many, but it is, neverthelit The construction of theso immonso commercial buildings in this city, which now awaken admiration, w ill" lead to ilifiicuK in the settlement of estates. For instance, D. O. Mills' grand building in Broad street cost $3,000,000. In case of his death it would probably be brought to the hammer, and where could a purchaser be found for such a property? There, too, is the Cyrus W. Field building, which cost $1,500,000. As long as ho lives there is no trouble, but when his estate is to be settled the question arises, how will the building bo divided? Ileal estate auctioneers say that when a property is worth more than ruv : !., vniue :li iiiijruseiuiu mj rwi'v', il :is :. at auction. Another very important risk is found in the prespective reino al of rfie stock exchange. Should this take placo the Mills building would not bo worth half the amount paid for the land, aud the same statement applies to all those immense structures which now form such a featuro in the lower part of tho city. Even a real estate owner may commit the error of "putting too many eggs in one basket " AT. Y. Letter. says that MS, daughter was taken with a violent cold" nhicli terminated with the btst physicians save the cno un, when a friend recommended Dr. AVm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. Sho accepted it as a last resort, and wa surprised to find a marked chango, and by persevering a permanent euro was offectod. Pnou-monin; Mr. D. H. Barnady, of Owego, N. Y., ?. Ooea Exnuttioi asd Ir bottle Slxbot'l Bendpettal for JSOOTT'SS end iron (With XMiaiiIioro.) Xer-to- ut remedy for all troubles of the Throat and Lungs. Sold only in boxes. 25 cts. bod-bug- s. Valuable and Convenient. Brown's Bronchial Troches aro a safe and sura rats, mice, Flies, roaches, ants, crows, cleared out by "Rough on Hats. "15c. i bed-bug- rowe'S'Be marvelous ct tratlre Ttrtws In alt ferns of rn. Kelilllty, llraln. Heart atltl Serroas Disravc. Dysp- psta. Weak Lungi, Brokeo D- -a Conitltatless. s. th- - 'r s gi-iit- 1 Don't Die In the House. "Kouph on Rats." 15c dears out rets, wiee.uios, roaches, Guaranteed by the proprietors tan Alerrine. and read of wonderful cures effected by Coca, Beet and Iron. Ask rour draggtst for It. Address Messenger of Health, " C. AV. SCOTT, S3 SLOO OO "Paraltzed persons permanently cured." of Samari- DIl. ESmSE DS. Kalians City, Mo. SCOTT'S LIVER PILLS. Wells' "Rough on Corns." 13c. Ask for It. Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions. is ur.yAii.ma AND IXFALMBLI Hale'i Honey of Horehonnd and Tar Quickly silences a distressing cough. Pike's toothache drops euro iu ono minute. . ler CompUints.cured by sumption. Stinging, irritation, nil Kidney ami Blad. "Bucbu-Palbt."$- l. Falling mKt2Lj?m$ ISpatms, Convul-Sickness, a w ii- Elons, Tllr Icvrn cii?, 1 rmna Epileptic Fits; iv Opium Eating, Scrofula, Con- dence that on the "day of the Duke of Albany's death the approaching marSkinny Men. " Wells' Health Renewor" riage of Miss Baring was announced. restores'health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia. About four years ago the Dvike proposed to Lady Ashburton s daughter, with the "Samaritan Xrrcinc cun-- our child's fits. Th full approbation of the Queen, but was doctors failed." Henry Knee, crrilia, Tenn. rejected, to his very great disappointment. He was not, however, the onljr rae of the Queen's sons whose early SOME wwoings were unfortunate, as the Duke a oi Connnught was twice refused by Statement of Gentleman of Rochester, X. Y., Showing tho Von cr or Dr. David Princess Marie of Hanover beforo lie t, Kennedy's Fatorite Kemedy (of f ont to Berlin in search of a bride. X. V.) over Diseases of the Kidneys jjondon Truth. "V It was certainly a singular coinci- Bewarb of the incipient stages of Take Piso's Cure in time. St. Yltuu Dance, Alcoholism,1 antj Cj Nervous and Blcod Diseases? ?mn F0TS, Iton-dou- TTo Clergymen, Lawyers, Literary Menf Merchants, Bankers, Ladies and aUVhoso sedentary employment canscs Nervous Prostration, irrerulantlcs of, the blood, stomach, bowels or Kidney , or trho require ancrro tonic, appetizcror'stimulant, SamaritanXcrv me is invaluable. fTTho u s a n d s proclaim it the most wonderful Jnvlor-a-nt a sinking- system. ? 1.50 per Dottle. TheDR that everfostafn-o- d rCGOHQDERDtti l, (13) 111 prietors, SL Joseph, Ho. ' nnd Madder. Sold by all IlrnKslst. LOSD, ST0UTEHBUR3 & raj-sel- f o Boys intending this summer to emulate the bold hunters of the prairies, who live on roots when game is scarce, shonld take warning iroin the boys of the training-shi- p Cumberland, stationed on tho Clyde. Ten of them were recently reduced to unconsciousness aud made dangerously ill by eating a bark Which turned out to be a species of hemlock. No pain which man has to enduro surpossos that of pravol. "I would rather die," exclaims COails, Cfeaj the patloet, "than have such attacks very often." It caused the death of Napoleon HL Mr. E. Dcwitt Parsons, of 2T1 Plymouth Avenue, Rochester, X. V., recently had a remarkable experience with it. He is a well-kni- t, hearty-appearlnjr gentle- oy v t, one-thir- one-ha- lf man. One day he was prostrated with pain from tho Kcall of his back to the abdomon. For soma tfaae pre Sous his appetite baa been . fickle, his bowels inactive, and he had folt sore A woman should make herself the above h. fe tips. After voiding water ho had a center of attraction in her home, and severe pain an gnawing sensation. "For nothing is to bo despised that will add eomo time my disorder mystified me," hesiiid. " but ono of mwnxywyinre'roy graco and beauty to her appearance; own in a ijy I read wrote me ponon wuose paper. 1 in these days when the cheapest name appeared, and ho .confirmed it fuily. and calico is a marvel oi delicate coloring From that litUe incident 1 discovered I had pravcl in In the and artistic design, it is in the power of stone ftreatiybladder and then, but the kidneys. I was alarmed the disease terrors to me now. for 1 nm fully ever' woman to make at least a neat 1ms lost itsed recovered-curby UK. DAVID KEXXK-DY'- S and tasteful appearance. Detroit Pott. V WOltlTB REMrOY (Of Rondout, X. V., which I most cordially commend to all CUIUS OF ItHEUMATIS.W. jwraons suftVring from kidnej dionlors, pain in back, rtono or gravel. My wife ulo rognrda ItnCKAWAT Uracil. N. T., ) it as especially excellent for women. Dr. Jon. 16. l&st. f operaKenm dj has performed man) surg-k-nstone, when size pre ented remo al I am a carpenter. A year ago I was loid tions lor the natural channels, and he has nevthrough np with rheumntisra in my arms which er lost a case I drove sleep from my pillow, anil rendered Regeneration for life a burden. After having tried for three ecfrMid i) stems, suffering from a genmonths ii: vain all kinds of remedies of CEU3EAU3,1$ eral warn of tone, and physicians, I was induced by Michael Hollis usual cunoumlt-Rn'- ltwMfaiiiiii?m7aVftTnrWtmtnM.iaairrfrciaI'Av ' moteerygmdor ra rdtefne. aadfoand ao relief. A friend recouun nded S tin's Snecifte. I tried one hot le and mv h b improve. altb aaa to I eontlaaed until I had taken six bottles, and It has set me on ay feet, as sound and well as ever. I recommcatted It to all siml larly afflicted. ' ' Our Trewtoe an Blood and Skin IMseases milled free to applicants. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawers, Atlanta. Ga. X T.O-c- e. lUBW 23d St.. bet. 6th and Tth Arena. - la the blood Is apt to sho Itself In the String, asjd nature should by all means be assisted In throvrteg it off. Swift's Speclflc does this eactl-l- r. It Is a purely regetaoie. restedr. whkh helps nature to force all the poison or talat oat through the pores of the skin. Mr. Robert A. Essley. of Dlelros. Tean.. ttTUes, grfer date Marehju. mi: "I had caUli aad fsvw. tfnSTETTEKfii land, our Postmaster, to try Brandrbth'3 Pills. He said they cured him after a year of suffering. I took six pills every night for threo nights; then I took two pills every night for ton days. At tho end cf fifteen days I was entirely welL Occasionally I have n slight twingo after being exposed to dampness or wet, but two pills taken every night for four days Jajiks IlExr.T. drives it away. P Pwm-thing-u- Kockawav Beach, X. T., I Jan. 10, lbS4. f The statement in the foregoing letter made by James nenry, 1 know to be true, as I, also, know it to bo true that Brand-hetu'- s Pills cured me of a terrible attack ot rheumatism which had confined me to the house for several months. I, however, took two pills every night for a month. HicuaeL: Holland, Postmaster, Ocoanus Post-Ofllcfc jc&if STOMACH-- -, and DtrTomncsk, Is (rldomd. rH able from tat- ue of a nourlali-lcdiet and Si ffli'U Of ajp ttte, unali- 4. A D.oil.luc thai ill moTaiwttne efctaryUtiatleto re-tpo-iOd Igwt d heal, u or, i bat li a genuine corrtctlT' ! iti' f al r i It's the t . f tt.trtn at ftUtcti mates II o 1 1 1 c r's b'or.mh Bit fo a antnTtp crant. Foral by all Dru.'Rlsta and Deaaen g D ljSMia t, Side, Bdaudi Swollen Joints, B"? fi'-- iV R B FM li 2 ti Disease. Sore Musdes, rain In the CVsi, nnd all pains and aches either local or decpeated are inrtantiy r liered and speedily cured by Top Hotter. Compounded, as it Is, of the frehllp. Gums, Balums and the etlmsUtlnir, Extracts, It la Indeed the orsf soothing aad strengthening Turons Hatter erer made. Hop Master ore sold by all druggists and country stores. is cents ornTerorsuw iI Mailed ca receipt of i Hf-ar- t SHARP 3; LncL.Spnuna, Wrenches, Bheu-ntisNeuralgia, Sciatica, rnpritors oca 3Iua' ! C B A TE? S3 i drOba.tl tone le, had brxatti, sour Ftimuri and Utct duaw eui ! br llairlf ya tomsrh and Lirr PUU. SSctn. e generally. iinw Wmii!s IS f the TIME. andto secure a n, Comple-Io- zi D To prevent and cure all ''SUIa hite Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. -S. I'd by soft a..d beautlfm IJlsease, nse BEESOaS-firomatic Alum Sulphur Soap. j-- sap-vesse- ls "TnosT ren and they will bo true to you," said Emerson. But then this opinion was not founded on keeping tho subscription list of a Hewspaper. O' City Derrick. 'lew I ' Itlsentlrelydlffeiratfroma.lolhere as wa'er. and as U ntme Indicates Is a perfct eg a ad Me Hair It will lmmrdlatelr free thcli or. from a dandruff, restore pray hair to Its pa' ur.u co and produce a newcruirtS where It has fai.cn ff sn It dman tin any matier fffect the h a'.'h, which ts phur. sugarof lead and nitrate of firry ha-d ue jt Wn ctanse hRht or faded dst In a f w dij s to a beantUnl gljssy brown. As your drngstst f.T it Eirh bottle i wirraated. Jto. D. Paiik. & 1. Sox. Cincuuuu. o..andC. X Cbittzxtox. i 1 " Dn ifrgl 's One cake trill be sent on receipt ofS.lcenUT anv ad . Manufacturer. 203 Jorta Wl. InitiDi'l'i'kl ph Fivnt Pirc t, r tn il Lanndry Soap for f"a.n!Tn' st E E3- AaV i- -- s -- a, Mi rlno. Woolens and i ln-s- n!"" rtda . I ,nS Mora son.t V-- 'u ixREYDOPPEL'S aBd flnt.Ci tree-grow- er tardj-bearer- kind-hearte- d posi-tivel- j' It makes every humanitarian sad to see Invalids seek such reliof as is given them by the use of bitters, kidney medicines, As BLUE FUHHEL Garments irrs-riTTfTIncorporated, bssssssssssbW'.usP'sbsssH JVal hed.l-Tand other nostrums. Tho first fow doses Oflnrerlor Qunllty or"Oood I'll FortlwCcreof Ncrofulsa may inako them feel batter on account of are sold as the "ceniilne Middlesex. which are no fU' V J f V3 a 'J'ninor. X leers, Cuncen, its stupefying ingredients, combined with made by tliat jam Tte Ml Jdlesex Company In nd saTNDisKAsrs. wl hout the to protect their customers and thepuol jrlremMee use of kn.fr orLfss or lilxD, and Uttle ram. For some strong cathartic and diuretic that aro that hereafter ,, dothlnc made f rom THE MIDPLF isrc mian n tie ri jibs vd KzrEBisrxs, aaareas used in its composition, but they eventual- tJiXJ:IANr,AnDIMlir.OBLrE FLANNKLSj AD J1K. F. X POXD, Aurora, ltuno Co., III. YACIITt -IOtus soMhy all leading r'othlers. must ly grow worse. The only cure for nervousness, debility, aches, pains, bear theto a.l partiesvsoERS. "f urnUucd by the Selilcs silk h ordering the coods. Agents rheumatism, sores, urinary and digestive 1 WENDELL, FAY & CO., troubles, is to ninke the blood rich, red and MIDDLESEX pure, by using Dr. Guysott'a Yellow Dock -- JfRGEKTS. X. wYork SJ7 COMPAXT.St.. Wten Mr not San merely to stop them for Franklin a'.ime and t a u uare Uwin retnrn agan I nwui a Boston, 2i4Cbestnutht . Ph laddrula. and Sarsaparilla, a remedy widely in"ITij. El ILLlVr mte a ie I h - CKN ESSthe disease study. I warrant ray dorsed by physicians who have arainiund erFALLIVJS Into iU composition aud effect. Mmo. L. LANCE'S remedy to cire the w tsS caCA Because others have faUwiisno jonforn jtnowrecelTlturacure. Send at. a Free Hoitl ot my Inf illlbio PROTESTOR oncef jr aC.truit.se and and pni" remedy re i.jtpr It ousts you "What sort of a place is that, while you. I will trial Y SUPPORTER nothina- Tor a DK ILand l.UOr.cur. IWl St.. Xew Tork. nsfced a little boy ot ltis mule parent I O. Addres3 a beer they were out walking. "That's gnr'den." "I didn't know beor grew in Price. Silk, 82.00; ftrTi & gt I Linen, Cl.riO. I?em.:tanci gardens." "There's a great deal of it w th crd. r. bint br Jlall ELISTiG TRUSS my son. Texas triflraised Jin gardens, Send for Descriptive Circular $ lias a l"d ditf ereotfrom all oth ings. er is cup snape. wua wu-a704 Broadway, N. Y. Ciiy. Ju ting In In cenwr adapts if .VGE.VTS WAVTED. tu n 'positions of the body, "Mamma, I want to see what is in that &2ft 3 TRUSS Jp while the tall in the cup presses DTsTPS rtrinn rttrin bade the Intestines Just as a anything in it, Tom." box." "There isn't i Tumnn rtnM urttll tflA llnjrer. natMM kM "O, then 1 want to see what there 1311't in Pa B r ""rr With U&bt pressure the llernia is held securely nay and k XX. XX.-CAUTIOf.-- SBSSSSSSsEtLLVS E. ! or m m7mV -- weakness, G 1 0 it E FITS! i life-lon- g Poit-Oine- rii-cal- e n m LAD A m W I u - .TW T it." j-- J.KT the citizen display his chnrms and speak with sneers and ridicule of his less favored brother, but let him meanwhile that the proud emblem of our glorious c ntntry is a vngle. Boston Globe. liniry-hendc- d bald-heade- west, anil a radical cut certain. ItUeasr.aurabUand cheap. Sent by null Circulars free. ECCLESTOH TRUSS CO., 69 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. EttaWUbed d PILES Jrt. -- mninfnlUble rrice ,,Anakesis,'&S cure for lr. SI from druggists, or sent prepaldbr mall Samples lasers. uoxSlis, cviorc Ad. A.'N'A.K.ES I S." Ille. i Hatch & Foote BANKERS, 12 Wall St., Now York, Kenbers Xew York Stock Exchange. Buy and sell Stocks. Bonds and OoTera and mate adTance raent .ectirUlc, alljwed on dews'- en sarnelf InterestInformation regarding Swci sa r - Is rr or Take a chunk ot it and throw it on the floor and se. Kentucky State Journal. dyn-nmit- o broker. Boston Courier. In search ot the spring lamb tho stock 3Ka , cents bnv. .. t u i ....... v TRAlEIJCATALOOl'li l lite is aeep jo Fowls on 24 acres ani now snnual'T clear over S miu tafcen ITlTX"' free It. Jt. MITCH EI. J. X McCormadc Back. Chicago i" " fr .i, $..-(- check at siL Bond furnished on appltcalloa. - u Will tho youngest girl in the room LADY AuuN I OFortheSEST SELLING r LADIES. T Let please rise," said a school Superintendent Largs Cr5.t. AddrewX,ft?TICLE8 stamp. ; Q.7A&& .5 Essex Street Boston, Kass. in a rural district. Every female stood up, including Free Press. the teacher. Burlington A patient says humor in the stomncb is uol funny. T ARV AGET WASTED In this town to sell onr XXX UtiUi BIcndedTea.socta.pcnb, Gold Band China Cup ith each pound Headers, send f r A young man sticking close to his girl and saucer pij Ctang. tt8 Gtwnwl. h S- t- X.T parlcnlars. for the entire evening is a very nico kind of Philadelphia Call. i J-- ill ItetCou?hrruD. Taotescood. CUtli WHfBI EISI FAILS. FEET; " cures offensive '. elllns feet, tibvmail. , CO., Ilox do. Lancaster. O. Use In time. Sold by ilrmretsts. j j court-plaste- r. " You.vo man," said the landlord, " I always eat the cheese-rind.- " And the new boarder replied: "Just so; I am leaving this for you." "There's one thing about me," said young Fastboy, "that is always on time." "1 know," sai 1 his friend, "your clothes." And Fastboy said that wasn't just what he was going to say, but it was true, nevertheless. locomotive in Vermont. It is supposed they had a tender attachment for It, Xor rtifovin Iterate, Some unknown persons recently stole a VCL. 5?j5' we BR03..JancsTiUc, I UUIig Mf5nT1XE will tf,, ey0u a situation. Circulars frc . Wis. Z1GU CO., Phlladslphla. ID F6Sr;ttr:?n-.snf" I! AIII B. BCKMlAM, 71 State Street. Catcaso. I B8M!ff OPIUM HABIT J. u. aw WXJ.tKu. WlSUOflSiB. i I hare a positive remedy for tne abor th uw,oyit ntthou&inds ot CMOS of the. worst aflol lot . zz been enrea. i imiew wnnmgnmT iiin UlMentescy that 1 wtll send TWO llOTIXtaniEE. TREATISE on this disease, to sufferer. Give Espt s ami P O tdre. . SLOCra. inrcari3t..ywYcrfc. DltT. t: ONSUMPTiOH. "THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." "i.c ' "J fruit-bearin- fmit-bearin- sat in etch for terse AfJH Ti"sbOIUD esuntr. lireI!V V i Add Price-lis- t. B6BB. IrfMPeltTJ THRFHFRSAWS11 J. CfcwrliJlfr! til (Suited to all sections. ) WrttnfcrFMKKlUurBt.h!ft aad Prices to Tho Aultraaa.fcTajlor Co., HinsArM. Ohio. T afar Ariw- -- OtwAA-- -. AAA. nml TO Kxtraordlnary Induewnentv u,1KTCn t" KlKILLP risisiiglm.Co.,nd-.lDIu a A. N. E-- price. AGENTS W rtto to J Cgwgy R ga Co.t Cincinnati. a. O. SURE OURlpWy,riuofaas.ra-roroo- wh3T wmrrixe iMssy; asm ass t ih 07T attsi-ussmsM- l abwrti-e- m - i i 'if M?B ...K. 4-- rr Hk- p rw ,foQr mi ' - & IMSsar $$L. jt f if K:'.riBB A jb?s'owsil.ibn SunHow pntrp Socj IPEifeJ m ,, c, ... ., m rs I day night last, a lnan'frfving his Ky , May 14, 1SS1 Cayce, 'Tony fame as Jack Hunter, TIio Legislature ndjourncd on Hunter, was drowned alias river, FrirMil Wan-enthe late Presidential cauilidwto o$ jgffl' fe J, J IffiM fe in the the 12th, sine (Jir. H W M B. TOS above the elevator, nearVhcro n Yon have thrown such a cloak the Greenback Labor warty, The upper rivcis arc all full- barge is being loaded witlf staves. of selfishness around our little nt th Palmer Ilon-- e. Chicago. mutter of to call aroUtu and Kee our ilunter had been employed to Cajce people through the columns 1.11?.' ii ii, .i .... ing. Srtl - rtf ?,,: nnnA fnv wo lmvo was of your paper, that justice to them course was sought out by the in- - wen compelled, on help load the sta-vhontja'nd ourhou.-- c account of our trmendou trade, to Two railroad mails a day 10 paid off by Mr. Green, tliCTliroprie-tor- , seems to demand somo explana- evilaiile inirrvtowr-r- . TlO W88 On 'nltp171, ?0(JSC ?llI in thp I""- - This U what the people o A. :r., and 4 p. m. Thanks to the to buy goods cheap. tion nt our hands. If you will his way home from a tour of Michi- n all branches. on Saturday. From Jtlio time Tim wholesale market ol present, is very weal:, and we were enabled to mail service and railroad officials. he was paid off on Saturday a"d please allow us this privilege, wo gan, where he delivered a number The 'argt, the greatest Variety of Stock, carried by any hoiife in this . of speeches in the interest ot wie buy goods in every department much loicer than same goods wero bought country. Caterpillars, in small force, all day Sunday, ho was itfflor the will kindly explain. It appearing some threo weeks National OrppiiltticL' iinrtT. His earlier. influence of liquor. Sunday night L?(!!fife,S0l!cIte(1 toca11 aml see their immense Stock of Elubroidcr--f have made tieir appearance in about 10 o'clock ho cajne from ago in the Courieb, that tho build- last speech was delivered to the Our store was never so replete with inviting bargains', ns at present, . ' this country. Hosieiy, Neckwear, Fans, &c. Their Stock and loW af1" you. town to tho boat, beastly drunk, ing of a new jail had been author- State Convention at Kamniiwo. nor our goods'of more desirable quality. catch Prices Fr Solent you can buy a 50 Cent Straw and in company with a ma" J,o ized by our Legislature, we thought Gen. Weaver said that his meetHat, at Plaut's. claimed to be his partner, Ilun-te- r somo one, wo knew not whom, had ings were largo and enthusiastic, SBE23EI3 Tho Legislature got in some was so drunk that ha fell on examined the old jail, condemned and that ho found tho Grcenhack-er- s and Democrats full of lifo and good licks before it adjourned the ground betu cen th& railroad it, and petitioned the Legislature the Equalization bill and the new track and the boat, and vent fast to pass that new jail bill. TVe be hard at work. There is great har-s Our stock of Dres.-- Goods embraces all the lendim? slvles. and are un Mr. lieve those petitioners were hu- mony between them. The school law. asleep in that positionf aro unanimously for But- surpassed for elegance, unequalled in variety, and are nni.ow all compe Green noticed him in this) condi- manity, progression and right. Several new brick business tion as ho passed from tliejbont to All living at Hickman. Wo know ler and Governor Begolo. "If the tition in price. The attention ot the ladies is especially invited to our in all shades to suit everybody from 25c, to $5.00. In this line they houses to be erected thia summer a car on tho track. Mr.Greeu not why they did so disregard tho Democrats will indorse Butlor in Superb Stock. be surpaC(i by any market. On Clinton Street, so wo are inwent into tho car, and dozed off laws of courtesy as to keep you tho National Com ontion," said Lace Curhins, Oil Curtains, Marseilles quilts, Carpets, Matting, Rugs, formed. to sleep, when about 10:30 o'clock in utter darkness during and since Gen. Weaver, 'ho will carry Mich&c., JLS!?- variety, at prices that never fail to please. 11. A. Tyler, who has tho heavy storm came"np and their manipulations with the Leg- igan by 20,000, and ho probably Hon. .fiupcbjenishing their large stock of Ladies, Misses and" Cfiildrcns carry the State amhow, for ho will spending tho winter in Xew looking out by tho lightnings flash islature. boen Tork City, returned to Hickman, he observed Hunter's hat on the Our petition simply asks that an doubtless bo nominated by the In White Goods. Embroideries. Laces. Hosiery. Corsets. Fans, Para Pinafore- and other styles ofslippers and sho(?B. Don't fail to see Plaut's ground, but could see nothing of election may be ordered to ascer- Anti Monopolists in Chicago, May sols, Handkerchiefs, Ties, Ribbons, and Notionsof all descriptions, our fine lnd sewed FRENCH KID, the handsomest ladies shoe in the last week town t commenced a search tain tho Bensc of the people, vot- 14th, and there is everv indication styles are the latest, and our prices the lowest. Tho State Legislature adjourn- Hunter. He about whether The gentlemen are reminded that wc are still selling a number one all for him, and thetne, he ers of this county,tho court or not that ho will bo made the leader of ed Monday. Congress, it is heard, or imagined lie? heard, a that new jail and house the Nationals on the L'Sth dav of WoolsuiUor 7.50, worth anywhere $10.00. OttrSlOMJOsuHsare s, thought, will adjourn tho latter struggling in tho watcrt between shall be built at Cajce, the center tho samo month at Indianapolis. well worth $15,000. part of Juno. " the bank and the boat. Hunter of the county, both in area and Tho labor men will nominate linn Three dozen nice white everywhere." li c arc Jleadquartcrs for fine Shoes. Our make of Gents and Ladies Saturday, May 2lth, lias been was never seen after goin0 sloop population. 4 ftsJfim. in h,,!,, If this election has been order- fn "Ilavo you any information ttjPV. . cm, ,,,.,,,-selected as tho occasion for dec- on the bank. The prosumption is nnm.lLl ;n u.nhilU - hvery . 41ift lifil ' orating the graves ofthe Confede- that when the rain mo up it ed the bill was introduced amacsi-J5v warranted. """"""j""- - TU.nAiiMn .?H 1 auft ft he got up ple opportunity will be allowed dorse him 1" wrs asked. w o aleit null illA libit.. IIVIl nf in nAtillnmnn 4n sit... .w1ti. silstrvotif izij l. rate dead throughout tho South. aroused him, and that ...wv vu.i i. nffnnftrtM VI l.AV LU UU1 1V41.1Y l.ll.CiUlb iib.VlllUil ' g i "I do not caro to talk upon that y.. hhyvray on tho for those wishing to mako their vlothing and Furnishinirs. If you are not nested in the latest iashion- The Secretary of War recom- and tried to make t,o tho people. subject. I should think, however, in and being drunk staggered objections known mends the appropriation of $100.-00- 0 boat, the river. Thiss tho most Many voters of the Hickman that the Democrats would have ablacuts, a visit to our store would do you good. In gauze and balbrig-ga- n in latest styles lo close at 50c, sell anywhere for $1.25. into Underwear, fancy Ties, Canal's, etc., we carry the day. for the additional relief of suf- probablo theory. There are some, precinct wished to sign onr peti- the wisdom to nominate him. Mas .uon't lau to set: our miuuy o.uusuius tne nest ntting, Uoods in tria Combined with these, Low Prices (for which we are lamous) make by flood along tbo lower however, who think that he was tion, but tho time was so short wo sachusetts has already led the wav ferers irket. And don't you forget it Plaut will cut any mans prices. Mississippi. robbed and thrown into the rh er, were unable to present the paper It certainly would-- be wise for tho quitea formidable array. Wc permit no house to sell closer than we do for B&. m3hett CASH PRICE paid for it being undcrstooOy the off- to them for their signatures. A Democrats to nominate a man and WE aie the Leaders and Makers of Low Prices. WOOL and FEA TI1EIIS, icers that a suspicious character large number of those of tho Ful- adopt such a platform as would ALEXANDER - AXVTELL. t had proposed to a young man, ton and Lodgton precincts, did consolidate tho entire opposition The bill establishing a State to rob Hunter that night, and off- not get here in time to accompany to tho Republican party. Gen. ftoard to equalize taxes in the dif- icers were hunting up the propo tho petition. Fow names only Butler's candidature would accom v ferent parts of the State is a law, sition to rob, when nunier was were necessary for so inoffensive plish that end." "Who is likely to bo Butler's and wo expect to see good results drowned. Mr. Greenknows noth- proposition beforo an intelligent Who Made the Loio running mate !" Legislature. from it. ing about Hunter, liefhaving been That a new jail and court house "My personal choice would ba in his employ only a veek or two. - xox Small-pois raging as Green that he was are needed in this county, and nolman, of Indiana." Ilunter told almost an epidemic in the south- born and raised at Msysville, Ky., must soon bo built, no observing "uouiu tne comhiimtion you ern part of Ballard counnty. There in good cir- man will deny or doubt ; and when speak ol carry are forty or more cases, and there that his people were he had a built, the county will not expect 'There is nolowai" of it. At doubt cumstances, and that have been fccvernl deaths. the last election the Republican private citizens to foot tho bill. brother living in Sherman Toxas. Just received, a fino selection ot If. with these feelings, r. major- majority over tho opposition was Fnlton has voted a $5,000 tax Hunter's partner gave Green $10 to our f hd public to build a college building, and of Hunter's money to keep to ity of our voters want the county less than L',um Jiutler would car WE announce stock ofriends and of Furniture, generally, that wc haveof Just rccoivod all kinds and solicit the trade inimenso parties now propose to sup- prevent his spending it while on seat at Cayce, suitable and suffi- ry ino iato oy 20,000. in any the citizens e can show all styles ot plain and fancy. Also, a fine line ing to buy. plement the tax with a $5,000 pri- his spree. Groen says Hunter cient grounds are hero offerod event, tho opposition will elect a of majority of tho Congresmon in was a hard working fellow, but free of charge, for this purpose. vate subscription. ALSO THE That there are a majority favor- Iowa this year." Clothing! Clnininc! ClntJiInc! dissipated. H &. ing this move, wo hayo abundant 3Leijil5llf A f rnd display in this line from the cheap' AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. aiUi they only YTI! IKatJI.TKI. reason T2irB ARK est to the most nobby. In this line I can It is said that one man favora await anto believe,. t'o make their opportunity eare you from one to four dollar's a uit New Good of sll gratia in my line. Call ami Examine. Prices Ixw. Will not It removing tho couni&scat because wishes known. Should this prove Our Flag: Unit led Don n njnl Oi: Xub. We propose lo make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. You cm rest assured H BlfcUAXAX. undrrtoll. Joels InlrlsHn-!- . of the Hickman Courier's con- otherwise, we shall cheerfully subjon need never leave our house to look for chtaptr goods. We propose to Fell as few as N. IJ. I ali hare the finest lin of UNDERTAKERS GOOD3 ever brought to any retail Furniture store in tho ''Purchase. The English weather proph- tinuous articles favoring good Cnatmners politely fterred on short notice. mit to their verdict, thus renderTex., May 6. Cap- Hickman. NO Very respectfully, Galveston, ets predict that the floods will he roads and good schools. The ed, without any bitterness of feel1 FEAR AS MY GOOW5 OU rSIIINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR tain Bn Ja,v of tho American BKIGIITNESS COMPETITION.KIVALS FADE AWAY. greater next year man any year Courier has tried to be modest LAST WHEN T. F. WILBURN & CO. minori- schooner Rebecca, of Galvestap, Don'i forget tli place, on the opposite corner fttwi llaiitBiVrf. & Co., under tho 'en previous, and that after that there and courteous withal, and have ing or porsonal enmity, as in a communication to tho As CITY HALL. Give tie a call before baying eliewher. ties should always do. new Odd Fellows building. "will be no more dainajrinrj floods simnlv civen onr opinion, no one Jr'S.ofe ffcohiairt Our Cayco people not being relates tho story of the outrage 3ffYou can depnd ihkmi finding anj thing in my Iiomeo that Is kept in a first class 2STA11 kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and in a worklnanliko stylo. Alw Until 1900. else's, of tho importance of good specially inconvenienced, tho '(s are prepared to give ppecial inducements ju FURNITURK STORE. roads to market and paths to the court house remaining where it and imprisonment at the bauds of The Largest and the Cheapest Stock of school house. If he opposes us is, Hickman people, for the same the Mexican authorities at port Straw Iit orerchown iu Hickman at Tampico, February 17, last. TSo Houses. on this account, all right, with Plaut's. reason, will not be, should the schooner in distress and leaking, 3E3- - l3?- thanks, but he ought' not to opThe wheat crop of tho United pose tho whole community for county seat be removed to Cayce, put in at Tampico, carrying reguthe distance being the same. For lar clearance papers from Brashettr, States is within 5 per cent, of tho what'wc say. like reasoning, our Madrid Bend La., for Tampico, but bad thirty p3 lliijill HP El 0 p3 will be a good price, standard. It friends will be put to but litale packages of merchandise for de"(iqu.i itDi'liov.'n, will bo like and it is thought corn inconvenience. As thev livery at Brazos, Texas, whitfi Is the p!aee lo get pure and fncy French more so much gold on tho market. r.V, &ri Candies We also keep OrncgM. Lemon y have to boat their way up tho riv- port she was compelled to pa33 j&j l t Cheapest Store iw town, Bur low. Kail I. Coer, it is but little further to on account of tho rough weatlr low, t PnrrV. nice lino of Staple mi Fany Groceries, lumbus, where they can board and dangerous bar. The Collefct- HSOKSABT, Tho Xogislaturft appropriated yhiah wo wtii nail rery cheanXfJirc us a ait.hnr nf ihn two dailv nasseiiffer or at Tampico forcibly took ym Thatwe are still ahead in this market with the HAS BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED, $1000, for the removal of the retrains of tho "31. & O. B. B. nlrl tiurty packages eonsigncu to ira-zo- , JL andB thoroughly renovated. Convcnont to river REFITTED, REFURNISHED mains of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Cook to X.ott Cititarcn. this place. and ordered tho immediate watcn uept aaa. altogether ono of the beat appointed and riilroid, nnd attentive !&y hotels in this section. Frankfort coinetcry. Dr. Cook A boy and girl tho boy is 17 is 12 miles discharge of tho entire cargo. the On tho other hand, it S3.. JS. Tama'ES, Proprietor. ZE is buried in the Hickman ceme- years old but looks to bo about to Fulton, and our county line Captain Du Jay was arrested on Z UJS i tery. runs some distance above there. tho charge of an attempt to smug14, and the girl is 35, 9but you If you shonld fcl crv warm and dry would not take her to be more Considering tho size of that town, gle and confined under guard, but Tor Sheriff. ilrop in and try a k's's of die mpt dIicion than 12. She has 5'ellow hair, and tho town of Alexander, and tho was released the next (lay at the An nmbrclla carried over a woLemonade, in the citv population east of solicitation of tho American Min- man, the man getting nothing but We aro fanthorized to nnnounceJJudge hvv Sets s el.. the boy light hair. Their names, density of tho "FUQUA & DcDOW. R. WALKER, as 6w the the drippings of tho rain, signifios office of Sheriff at the a candidate forelec- Stock of DRY GOODS ever offered for sale in Hickman. You can Virginia and Hezekiah Bogard. this place, justice demands oquity ister and Consul. The Judge ensuing August at the ballot-box- . whom Du Jay was tried, in- courtship. When tho man has the tion. compare our prices and the quality of our Goods to any, and wc are satis-A. great many business fail- Last heard of between Gairo and Hickman being 9 miles west of sultingly refused to allow the umbrella and tho woman tho dripficd that you will save money by buying from us. Our ures are occurring in all tho large Columbus. Any information as Cayce, this puts Fulton 21 miles, American Consul to be present to pings it indicates marriage. Wo arc authorized to artnoilhce Capt. W cities, and throughout the coun- to them thankfully received by and Alexander 16 miles from their consult with tho prisoner during A. SHUCK, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Fulton county lit the ensuing try. In Hickman, three liquor their mother, court house. Let figures prove the trial. After a litigation lastAugust election. Susan Bogakd, Tors.t tlieXamo of llln ATlfe. dealers, have failed in tho past the justice of our proposition. ing over forty days, the Judgo Osceola, Ark. UilMrnaHM Sentinel several weoks. What's the matMultiply tho number of voters, We are that the goods must pay "It was Thursday, a day or so FARMER, authorized to announce M. "V ter wirh tho whisky trade! as a candidate for the offioe of say 330 of Fulton, by tho distance treble duty, Du Jay protesting that said a Mi- Sheriff of Fulton county. Election in Au You can save 25 per rent in pric", and 12 miles, gives 4,200. ho had no money. On April 14 after my first election," to Cavce, is the best that call be bought, and was manufactured especially for usj We bny country Produce Butler. Eges, 50 per cent in quality by buying FURNIThose' of Alexander, 200 by 7 tho Mexican authorities boarded lwaukee.Justico of tho Peace, "that gust next. Chickens. , and pav hiRheflt cFh price. TURE at so we will guarantee every suit to be the latest style, and as low as cail couple came into FUQUA & DeBOW. iw. miles, gives 1,4005,600. Hick- the schooner, hauled down tho a neatly dressedrequested mo to E.T. GARDNER'S. be bought in any retail house. man, 450 bv 9 miloc, gives 4,050. American flags and embargoed tho my oflico and I did so, and the TVnnleii. marry them. An Antirrr A. meeting of tho business Madrid Bend, 40 voters by DO vessel. Du Jay appealed to SCilliOIDSR, man of Union City and citizens of Can any one brine us a cue of Kidnrv miles, 1,200. Sassafras Ridge, 30 American Consul, who placed tho groom informed me that ho had the no monoy but he would pay me as Elestric Bitters county interested in good or Liver Complaint thatwe Obion wo find tho following crow in a hotel. DuJay, after a speedily t,zy they can by 12, 360 some. Tho f ho irravel roads, was held in Union will notthoimnds cure? capes already perma result, 5,610 west of Cayce, and short stay, returned to the United soon as lefthad earned of not, as We invite all that want choice fresh fancy Groceries, to call on us" alld and I thought that FAS100IVAI5M2 couple City, yesterday. A system of nen'ly cured and who are daily 5,600 east. Tliis only proves that States, leaving tho crew with tho we will sell very low the best brands of Flour tc. good comity roads is worth more Electric Bit'ers, trill proTe. Cayco is the center and proper Consul and tho vessel in tho hands would be the last of it ; but sure enough the following Monday morto local trade and local markets Bright' Di?eae, Diabetes Weak Bick, or place for our county site. of the Mexicans. Ho thinks but fcc. camo into my of- BOOT AND any urinarj compbint quickcured Tlier BTJIJLDIiSrGr than as many rail roads. But you say Fulton may some for tho efforts of Mmistor Morgan ning tho groom mo one dollar I purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and SHOE fice and handed Yo are and Casstiid that ho would bo still Look to your interest, nnd call at the act directly on the divascd parts. Bvery day (?) have a law court. We oifer special inducements to builders in Doora, Sash, and all buildtook it without comment and then Cheap Slore of Plain's, to buy yonr good's bottle suaran'eed. Forsyte at 60c. a bottle nnable to say how mnch power confined in a Mexican prison. ing material, Paints and Oils asked him how he liked being marby FORTUNE'S Dm? Store. that law court will have ; but we SHOP. North Now tho talk is of a lion lay'Ho was overjoyed with his and Troy Avenues,"West corner of Moscow ried. think tho more power she has as East Hickman, Ky. ing an ogg, in this county, near T ' Tho rovival meeting at tho wife and their honeymoon so far CSf'Snti'if.iction guaranteed. Tho talked-o- f Fulton contest- a law court tho more it will inconMiles, that had on it in raised let ed election case is assuming had been ono of unspeakable bliss. April. still progress real venience our people. What about Methodist ciinrcn ters, "Proparo for war in time of shape, Mr. Leet having had notice the trial of criminals, for instance! ing with renewed ismanifestations He left tho office still sounding bride. peace." This is considered, by of contest served on Judge Starks, of If you examine the records of the of religious earnestness. Larce tho praisestwo his some, prophetic. o'clock that aftor-noo- We "About Tuesday last. Tho contest comes last circuit court, you will find congregations each night, and evi DIESTELBHINK the same man burst into my Fulton dences ot a great awakening on s before a Board, composed of the A. H. Scearce, A. P. Thompof our office, but his happy look was son, andChas. Nichols, are tho su- County Judge and the two nearest friends who attended the court the part of tho chnrch members gone. 'Judge,' ho gasped, 'what and others. pervisors of tax in this county, and Magistrates, which in this instance were there on criminal cases, D3ALEK IIST was my wife's name V I was aswill meet at the court house, will bo Judge B. S. Mnrrell, D. W. ifow your law court, to give and began questioning tonished Monday, to commence said duties. Dickinson and W. B. Jones; and tlinm rplio.f. must build them a Tho Cayco Station petition him, whou ho said : 'I don't know tho hearing commences, at the jail, elect jailor and other officers, run by The Governor appointed tho court house, 4th Monday after too exnensive, as overy tnougnt- - was introducedwas Senator C. M. my wife's name and sho litis was space Following Railroad Commissioners: tho service tho tho .summons Vanghan, and referred to tho off with another man while I NOtrouble to name all articles, but no ful man Trill Bee, to think about, Committee on Courts of goods, you the dollar, and I andome and to show tho E. Boono, of Graves; I. D. which will bo of A. Justico, hero paying DHTJGS, Monday, the 9th of for so small a county as Fulton. see, at name so that and Moscow Avenue. Eastcorner of Troy Young, of Bath, and J. P. Thomp- Juno. Tho grounds of last but the Committee never reported want to find out her " Hickmr, Ky contest As wo were seen in tho son, of Marion. are: 1st. Illegal voting; 2nd. In- Lftfnslntnro. wo must be seen in it. Thereiore, the county scat I can toll the police.' AND question will not bo submitted to PATENT manner ofikeeping Lcdslaturos. r Tho railroad authorities have correct3rd." Want oriiutlionty. tho future branch court, tooToo small tho voters of tho county. How- Gen. TJ. B. Lyon, of Lyon coun- BOOTS AND SHOES. on for a long for IzigAJj i 'j'a" fMnwiMf-""x- Vi j VkjSitry&'sl concluded to extend the tract polls; t ever, since a good collego Inifld-in- ty, nd Messrs. Wilhite Carpenter, the part of tho officers to hold said county sito at one end. down Water street as far as Buch is needed and wanted in Hick- of Bullitt county, and J. M. ThomPetitionee. R. anan's corner, and parhaps furth eloction. The contest provokes MlinUNiESIP man, and tho present court house as, of Bourbon county, have be6n er. Tho improvements arc to bo intense interest upon the part of grounds furnish a splendid site appointed Commissioners to suimuon citizens, ami ho proceedTo tho rnitom or Hickmnit. Keeps in slock the very commenced right away. for its location, and some of the perintend tho building of the and keeps only the best Best Material, ings and result will bo closely Temper-ancworkmen. Work The "Woman's Christian dissatisfied petitioners aro anxious Tho new Hickman furniture watched and ovory inch of ground Union of Ky., request you to for a new court house, why may branch penitentiary at Eddyville. guaranteed. Repairing solicited. factory is about completed, ma fought for. Leet has retained preach a temperance sermon on chinery about all placed, and will Randle and Steele, as attornoys, tho 8th of June; also, to ask God's not Hickman oiler a new court A TDlEHRTICLES and house building to the county in bo ready to commenco regular and Starks, Freeman & Miqkle. blessing on tho work of tho Flower exchange for tho old ono, provinLv:3j uiyvJ,TT':vtif''"ij-TerT work next week. Tho machinory Mission in tho prisons tho 9th of ded the county has power to improved, and of larger AI.nirycrN Opinion or Interest to All Juno. is much & Respectfully, Sc, &c. . &c j . transfer or convoy it for school No Need of Going From Home capacity than tho old factory. J. A. Tawney, Es., a leading attorney of KENTUCKY STREET, W. n. Munnell, , Mrs. We say to tho Magipurposes? to Buy Your Plows, Winona, , wntfj; ''After using it for Cor. Sec; Ay Br. G. T. IT. constantly on hand for hir Tho S. W. Ky. Medical Asso- more thanilinn year, I take great pleaa-u- r strates snd people, howovor, and KEEPS sale three jfi"l?rescription3 filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell After 10 o'clofl Louisville, Ky., May 9, 1SS4. ciation in session in Paducah, in stating that I repard Dr. King's risk nothing in the saying, that the HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Muse & Shaw have just received tlicovery present court houso is the lest this week, hold there next session Ner remedy for CoDBumption, aa the Haviug a large assortment of Plows, con- and entirepurchasedof the stable, horses in the Wortd for Cougha and Mayfield. The association pass- bent at X7. B. Plumraor outfit "Don't you forget it," Plaut is knocking brick buildiner. to its size, in the Colds It han ed resolutions of respect to the ec ore coWs I never failed to cure the mot the bottom out of prices. county, and from a county stand sisting of the famous South Bend wo propose to continue the business, and LOWER and LOWER. hare hsd, and A-- ! HENSON, memory of Dr. W. T. Plummor, relieves the pain in the chFt." invariably point they would do well to noid Chilled Plow; AYEREY'S World solicit patronage An IIIo Husband an Idol. Renowned Plows Chilled and All kinds of Groceries hamsrsides, StJi deceased, of Hickman. Dr. B. F. Trial Botlle of this wire cure for all on to their present property. as chean as the cheapest. .1 will hot bd Steel, of all descriptions. Also, the Mrs. Jcn6onhad an idle husband O'Daniel of Hickman, was in at- Throat and LungDisea.p may be had Free JOtlN WlTTiNG. undersold. at FORTUNE'S Prug Storo. Large she and was foolishly fond of him. tendance. ROELKER Plow, which cant be $1.00. IlachlcnN Arnica SaUe. Ono day sho said to a sensible labeat. These Plows will be sold 2octs Lower tliari the Lowest Attention is directed to tho The BEsTSLVEin tho world for Cuts, 25 per cent, cheaper than ever sold dy friend of hers : I have no clerk expensss no store ren communication of "A Petitioner," Ulcers. Suit Rheum, Fever 'Really, it may sound silly to Itrnitt. and pay cash SPECIALTIES In regard to tho county seat in Hickman before. They also keep therefore can for all my Groceries, and Hand', sell as cheap as tho cheap say it, but I just worship my hus- Soren, 'fetter. Chapped Eruptions, Chilblain, on hand a large assortment of bearand po3i. Corns, nnd all Skin It Temoval. UA Petitioner," is a most uest band." OF FlJIiTO, KY Pilrp, or no pnv required. It ing, Harness, and Saddlery, to be est. Flour, tiranos of Wittenberg and Lon tively cures excellent gentloman in head and J. W. COR3UX A' CO.'S. 25 cents cheaper than the low Star "You oughn't to do it. It's is guaranteed to give perfect catisfaction, st. heart, and what he writes deserves JOHN WITTING. ' Price 25 cent j,er sold cneap. uive mem a can or monejr refunded. respectfully consideration. If he Keen Kutter Azi B.,rb Wire, Expert wrong." very, hope" Drug Store. purchasing. box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S "Not I is really anxious to live at a coun- rioe. Charter Oak.Steves Silver Steel x "Yes is, if the Divine injuncCapital.. S5O,OOO.O0. i Cut Saws, Clocks, iit ty seat, why Hickman will welcome All nersrma linliiinp claifcR nirainst ih SovcIMcr! Novelties! Xovettlcsf ZlCKMANi KENTUCKY; tion against that sort of thing is FOR SAIiS, kira as a live, energetic business A fuil and complete i;nc of BUYAN & magnificent line ot ladies Dress Goods eslate of Mrs. Anim L Robinwn, deceasedt A worth anything." .Discounts Paper and loans Money, Kuy man and accept him as a valuable BROWNS colelraiedVtom naile SHOES Drc Trimmings, Lace", Embroideries, Neck arc requested to file said claims, properly ishca to inform Iho public generally, that and SulU Exchaij;c on any Point in tho "Why, tho Biblo doesn't say June, acquisition. But, really, there be- formen,loy.hdicsi;ssc.i Jind children. Wear, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, proved un on or before the 30th of he is fully prepared to Jo all kind of Dcnt-f'- r Unitcil b'tates, SjIiciU Account tf tbd "I acres on Dversburg road, 3 miles Fad, Parasols, c Ncwttylcsin all of the 1SS4, in my absence, with Mr. Geo. Helm ing no such issue as ho discusses 'IV best in the UnitptPtatu, and at prices anything against that, does it ?" Collcciionand PrcmpJ C BrcK, .Parties wishing further informal IVwdo GencrallV 1Q from Illcknnn. Addrcs. will compete wit'lf an y make of Goods in II. "Of course; don't you know it abov c GoofR and at prices lower than cvor before, our people, argument is uu- - the tcountry. iinu. win pit.a3e c:ii aln,.. qIRcc titstdoor KerailUr.ce at Crrct Rateqf Call and see them. says you iniisu't worship anything west of Latlede lloiue. A. T. JIUCUEnL, Ctuhisfi accessary. H. Tixix-a LOCAL NEWS. CAYtL'M A3IIIITION. : ! ii ii M '( ": ' J QQjUlW J lJlWa.ywQil ft W re-sto- &s &rJxasBa3tK irwiLlL H&b U? IWll 0 i Hi&3 1 a,,! ck say-rg- V--. iQBi , , - Grcon-backer- ,.. ,r-.- n cat White Goods, Embroideries, &o. - I Qc 1 iQeklg nob-bic- " i ItA-- " Vr-ll- "-"".u- d "l"--"ijftai- r w cft-ln- a 4&b q IJ.1 -- aewwte:. fc SSHinp- - i-H- osc, J- PLAUT BEOS. & CO. Prices? x BAB Y BTIGGI wi-d- i LQ? Respectfully, GSraL.3aS33?a"EIES., Contractors and Builders of pdjll fsp pi -- ? . .V l sestuos:'?. XpllIS-IlQBS- 0"? Olieapest, 15 bo-for- e do-cido- d &c-- recom-mendin- g riLMHEfi. MATEEIAL, 4MBlS?i SOSTi WMS n thrco-fourth- Family Groceries. J. W. OOWG1LL, basses j OTiSfn7S7?fS3 l g GLAZIER. .t gj o -3sxr IB II m Ml. sale livery stable Paris Paekes, g am j 1 W FULTON BANK -- ue-fo- re DENTIST, - . TIMBER 1 Xi-A-HsTl- 111 - Exr-han- DJ. BUCHANAN. that's idle ?; carc Ssri. C DvVis 4 Co., St LoviMo. BUCHANAN. 3t. -- t K :r I &&&Bm Sw tiaras - V it ,Y yi 5 6&V?JJ'gj$?f fiJtffcC &V 4 . and the alter of Old? ffASHiSGTOX, May 8. T1, jflSEH " BJ of I will sell these Goods Prices, 4ffif returned from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of New Goods ever brought to Hickman. Twenty Per Cent. Cheaper than ay house in this Western country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Call and examine Goods and prices. low H. BUCHANAN. 'S Ttic Xcw School Lntr. Kf ntiicky l'liiuticc. a cause cf misset BfegSSaS f3p iVA FaJSSkotTA hL.ijLi ff?Si!.2X H Pifoiosslo&al Oas&s 1 iTATE OP KUNTDfKV, The common school law just wy uaim? '"iJ3 IS UlC LONH Of AcmTOK Public Accounts r L U L5 1? "2J kW .5 enacted by the Kentucky Lcgisla- - Omc! R n.m i rt r. rrH m ;"-Fhaxk7out Mav3. 1581. J n wti r w Efc" fW II MaiMMt MhWM mflffF" sane"ii MH' Luten have set ' luro contains several new provis- 'JudaU lT iJn H. g U?EE53SlvE JiMMIn. y SlaigSgSaggSy jsg&g&gSag 53 B. F. O'DANIEL, II. D.f Goternnf-;naT It 41m to Ho?r. J. 1'nocTOi: Knott,reply 10' your fWfiErfm u .AiBPOTiliV Hon. Tc ncTsvirAniio ii, T a 3 iromuifc' mui iuthmi Daitfcxaoxijons afjjmportancc. f,,,.l adds 4nr fnxu PrODOPPd a IflirTortWmJP'pnl.Anl Ms pi i DEAR Sir: In iiiir Au'claKaiflB a"u, , . .: .1 : iuv vvmiuva Otuuui wra l yenrs old Juno 3. iua note of this date, askifireporLof MS PROFESSIONAL A Lecture on the ntnrc. Treatment OFFERS to tho citizens ef Hickman nnd All can fee 1 w ill, Conkling refers to Arthur n8 voting. Mid, submit tothrough it. election as .mn W0lth of llroad property the present conditionof thoTreas-uiy- , or gin! Itntlirnl enn of Scmtnnt Sprrni t rrloea 1'icliiced by felt Atu8, ImolnnU-ta primary Ticinitj. at I have ficit, if any, and probable "that stalled ox." Kin.monn. Office Corner room in Laclede Hoaae. ImpnDnicntfl Imfiteacy, Strtout Vtbltttf, And the August election, when tde Democrats and such a sharo of tho special trOlnrrbgt R"WTlly ; Content pHon. in the country can be present and voto with- - tilXCS paid by turnpike companies, at the close of tho current fiscal n i:pitpjr Htul Fi!, tfeniSraml rhv.lenl Incapacity. The cry for the old Ticket ! The old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of Ck&XpiVrtllLL, 31. D.. out inconvenience as well a tbo,e in the banks and other corporations as year, I rcspectfuly submit the foland Hendricks is coining towns. 1 he democrats will not submit to tl.ur of the l.feen Hook," AV. .a., .a.. Tlic twenty-tw- o aiilltor. In tJ,i ftJilrtV cents forms of the lowing: from nil sections of the country. such a trick, nor will I. Have written you i.ectnre, clcariy prove frnm lilo ovin fciier!oco and a half Thoro was in the Treasury at tlmt tliPnnrftilcnAtenrncra of Sate levy of lifty-tw- o niny bo PHYSICAN Af-ISIMEON. Congress, it is generally tho uglit, fuily to day. without ilnngfrotts eurglcnl tho closo of JiisincsH yestercents; also, the entire annual tax CAIt TtJKNEIt. bnngiM, iattromtiitg, rlirc or eordial will adjourn sine die about June $137,017,98 pointing nt a TubJeAt cure fit onre ftttatn iad tf. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY The primary elections as called on certain banks in which the State day frrtnal, l.jr whieh erry 'nfferor. no rontfer ktt U 25th. has an interest. Tho effect of this, There is over due to tonditioti tnny !.. may cnto hintfelf cUuplj. order theholdingof elections, not according to an estimate by Audi- Charities, nirpi)iciUy. .18,491 ,8A Has Serviees tc a splendid stock of tho very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, The Groenbackers trill hold a at the county seat, but at each OFFERS Ins Professional nnd vicinity. 10 Thh ledum tcilt prr a ln to Iknaani, o,a tor Hewitt, will be to increase the ef Ilickman Convention at Indianopolis fay Sent !, !u a pl7n fnvefopf , to $88,550,11 which are offered at jnlC-8- 0 tj bJv 26th to nominate candidates for voting precinct in tho Congres- school fund by $170,000 per year. Leaving Sin: on rrcript of fsur cents, s? two vvttuca unpaid by tho itnmpa. Adilrcr Instead of Common School ComThere is remnning sional District, and tho officers of President and THE COLVERWELL MEDICAL CO., - sheriffs only a)ont $75,000 rv ln ,,... 11.. missioners there are to bo in funlnnTinnR nrn 1 1 Aan St., X T)jk, X. V. ; Tost OB Bojc, 4W C. L. Auditor Hewitt say6 there will expencttures for tho reCounty Superintendents, The : jturo selected from convention and anti-- 1 elective by the people, and to bo mainder of ths fiscal year will exbe a deficit in June of $577,091.47 in the State Treasury. The Legis- convention Democrats. What is paid out oVtho county levy. The ceed considerably tho receipts. ATTORNEY Af LAW lature did it. there unfair about this? "Why .Common School Commissioners The funding of the 3500,000 duo and that tho very lowest the market justifies. All goods gnarantced to Collector, eal Estate Agent. received from the State banks. lato.V authorised by the be exactly as represented. " Now that the district committee hag inc' rannni the friends nf Pnl . Tni-nnr- l DEALER 1ZI fund $30,550.' and since then the Legislature, would leave the Stato and ordered a primary election, to be held go to their home precincts and voto ,1 uuo on Saturday, Aug 30, it is to bo hoped that amount has been greater. This is at the end of the fiscal year, HICKMAN, KY. all the candidates for Congress Willi sub- just as conveniently as the friends so much added to the fund for 30th, witl a very small deficit, but Groceries; Z&" Will attend promptlj to all bus mit their claims on that day and abide by of any other aspirant ! The Cou- - teachers' salaries, and added to for the appropriations which have ness entrusted him in Southwcateri the result. Mafitld Monitor. AXD ALSO. has the been KonluOfj nnd Northwestern Teim-S!erier has fought, for many years, the amount above it will makeleast ready nirde. There over been al1250,000, seems that Gen. Grant's loss" for a primary election, and pre- increase for the first vear at appropriated It Special attention given to the invesiigs Net Seine- -, Llne JIoob, and aB klnjii es by the failure of tho firm of conntiig tho appropriation for $208,099. tion of Land titles, nnd the purchase of tishing Tackle and Suppli, nt aliap Grant & Ward will not exceed ferred for it to be held on the regfjan8 gain. Uroctikt tvnd Jr"amily Bupplita gnj Local taxation is to be voted flood sifferers at $40,000, which Th best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. ealo ef Real Estate. crally. $50,000. He was only a special ular election day in August, but it upon by the peoplo of an entiro the expenditure will not exceed. The partner in the house and only lia- was a direct appeal lo ike Democratic county instead of single districts, Of those appropriations ('200,000 cial attention of builders especially desired, aa this house will give speinducements. Correspondence solici ed, H. A. & E. T. Tyler, ble for tho amount ho had invest- voters of tho District, free from and any tax voted not to exceed were f an extraordinary characB- - B. BREVARD. twenty-iiv- o ed. cents on $100 is to ter, aid were not contemplated in Eopublican dictation, that we want3uawj Tho passage of tho bill to pre- ed; and it does seem to us that if be collected as other county tax- tho estimates for the year. There es arc. are yet before the Legislature bills vent of catthe spread Trustees of common schools in appropriating considerable sums HICKMAN, KENTUCKY The Lest njabe of th cckhsAtel tle disease is a victory for Sena- tho candidates would encourage Columbus CO. S. Williams. It is a their friends to go out that a free each district shall select a list of to certain charitable institutions. tor John ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS s from those recommen- The appropriations of the wholo measure of great importance to and fair election would be had. entrusted to their oaro. JIANO?ACTOr.EKS OP ded by the Stato Board of Educa- session may bo set down at 300.-00Office tho farmers and stock-raiserMillet Block. There are some counties in this tion, and no change shall be made IUBIB. The pay of the Legislature n98-'7- 8 Blain will be tho Eepeblican District vhich hold slender Dem- for five years. County Courts will exceed the estimate $ 1.1,000. nominee. It looks so now. ocratic majorities, two, (Crittenden may make an appropriation for Tho school bill nowpending pro- Kept for sals, 0, HugMeSie WSlsen and Sale Stableat6$a bargain, nt tha Lltery" Whatever doubt there might be and Caldwell,) now have Republi- supplying indigent children with ides that tho School Fund shall FAKI-- & PARKEa about the Democrats beating Ar- can members of tho Legislature, books. A text book on tho laws hae its proportionate share of all a ft ft ATTORNEY AT LAW taxes derived from corporations. thur or a dark horse, there can be of health is required to be used. P-Anone about our beating Mr. Blaine. and the Democrats of these counp I vl X There aro many other minor Heretofore this class of taxes has MM H T Brewry9 to holding tho Con- charges. Tho leading ties object ?rone exclusively to, the General Garrigus, the young lawyer of educators Expenditure and Sinking funds. KY. HICKMAN, nrriTiso ad roBwRtrm Bussallville, Ky., who was shot gressional primaries on the elec- of the country look upon tho new there promptlj reraltu and wouuded by a couple of broth- tion day on the grounds that tho law as a vast improvement. It Last year class ofwas assessed property taxagainst this ConjnjissioB fereljarjSr er attorneys named Stanley and swapping and trading it would B3Ah3trncts cf titles specialty. cortainly adds considerably to the es to the amouut of over .3.9,000. "Frasier, has brought suit in tho provoke, would endanger the elec' HICKMAN, KTt Tho proposed enactment would, school fund. United States District Court at tion of county cantherefore, take from-th- o General Louisville for $S0,000 damages. if. W. KNOBRR STTOjOOOrd Keep always on hand, Fresh didates. Forinstanco, tho Crit! Next November the Democrats ExpemlitJiro Puuil'nVlbnt uo necessary, mereiore, tcf anx, Some Republicans are now It will LIME! CEMENT, SA1 T PLASTEE EfP-folr . says: of this State will vote for the tenden fHIckman7E:y-.TClIiiton'Str.,),-provide for rjTlK5fGJ'S3SKED3,fCLOrER, &v ious to have a son of Hannibal "Besides this there are other lowing electoral ticket, and tho Appropriations, say v? 8300,000 Hamlin, of Maine, put on their very strong reasons why the Au- citizens named will in turn cast Will iaiik liberal advances on Col Kir national ticket, that it may read gust election and the primaries tho vote of Kentucky for tho nomi- Pay of Legislature in exCom, &c, for s'c or shiptnent. melt 1 Lincoln & Hamliu as it did when 15,000 Convention: cess of estimates should not bo held on tho same nees of tho National Fleming, AITD old Abe was first elected. of Revenues withheld from At large W. B. day. In Crittenden county tho and Ben S. Bobbins, of General Expenditure Logan now refuses to speak to parties are nearly equally divided, Jefferson, Caldwell's Hig Scl)oeL Fund bv School hill, Lincoln and will do all he can to and in the contests for county of- Oldham. 170,000 First District Rhoy Boyd, of if passed prevent Lincoln's nomination for ficers, the party that wins is the Ttlg FIFTH YEAR will tommcBe Yice President. Ho says it waB ono that pulls together, the one McCracken. imm mLm 52oE3cl Deficit $485,000 Aujj. 27th, 1SS3, Second D i s t ri c t Cromwell he who made Lincoln Secretary whose ranks are not confused nji'l continue nine niontka tho contracts with C. R. Maof Union. If of War, and ho considers Lincoln with dissensions, and party fights ; Adair, The coun-- of study, In addition to h IIICK.UAX, kkstucky, treacherous. party fight takes place j T Third District John S. Ehea of son & Co. for convict labor should and if this Primary ffoik, will Inrlutlo Higkar not bo renewed after September DRUGS, AND jogan. FAINTS REPRK3KSTIHO MathunaticH, the Natural Science, Grrraan, 0 The National Medical Associa- at the August election, the confu Fourth District Samuel Berry, next, there would be a largely inLatin and Greek, Book Keeping. Penman sion that it will cause in the Demtion which has been in session at creased expenditure on account ffhip, Klocution'and Vocal Culttuc Si. B. S., Washington this week was atten- ocratic ranks will certainly defeat of Marion. Fifth District J. F.Bullitt, Jr., of tho Penitentiary, to bo met in TUITION TER MOUTa. ded by 1,240 of the "saw-bone- s and our county candidates." 35SI DEI D JSSi jS& j& USST o 333 "S3T the next fiscal year. of Jefferson. or . Primary, . . . . fZ If It was the largest To meet this deficit I know of Sixth District L. T.Applogate, . . . Internicdiato, . 4 00 convention of that character ever, Auditor Hewitt reports of Pendleton. Naskvillo, Tonnessee, State Adranceil, no measure before the Legislature, CO X P O V Tfl B Dl "&, S-- PRESCRIPTIONS OARArdi.. held in the country and many emitho deficit in our State TreasSeventh District Ira Juliafl, of except ono proposing to douDEALEnS IX SST" Payable nionthlr In Advanw. nent physicians and surgeons were that ble the license now imposed upon ury at the end of the present ses- Franklin. B. f. CALDWELL, present. P"dp , Eighth District G. N. Robin- the salo of spirituous and malt 3IARY CALDWEl.1 bo $4S5,000. Tho pression will The nrlticry Upfrt. CA.PT. KTOTfE RESPONDS, Bob Ingersoll is failing to atIlicknian, Ky., August 3, 18S3. liquors. The revenue from that son, of Shelby. committee from tract listeners to his infidel dis- ent Legislature did it with their District S. S. Savage, of source amounted to a little over to Mr. Burnett fraudsthe elections, Accpptltifr n Call Ninth a in investigate (dltc for rtrcnino Cnntll. HICKSTAK MARBLE WORK courses. His boldness, eloquence, little bills. $100,000. It cannot be expected Bovd. tho following report: From rrincetoti Banner, Tth 1 and novel warfare on tho Biblo at Tenth District J. P. Salyer, of that doubling the liconse will also made General Assembly of the revenue; but, should it To the HICKMAN, KY. coRREsroNDEXT wants to Morgan. House of Representatives, Frankfort, A first attracted people and made double the of Kentucky: him a fortune. He will have to know why the Courier failed to Ky. May 5, 18S I. To Messrs. L. Rollin Hunt, have that effect, it would put into Eleventh District EEPS all kinds of staple aad fancy The joint committee appointed B. Sims and others. Gentlemen : adopt some other plan now to get publish tho Democratic Stato plat- ofMctcalfo. tho General Expenditure Fund onof bribin the dollars. He would no doubt ly about $14,000, which would be to investigate the charges recent Your expression of coufidonco in ery and corruption in tho form. Well, it was an uninten turn preacher if it paid enough. TnE country is gushing over in the pro rata belonging to that elections of the Uuitod States me, manifested by your request, 3BALB& 13 tional omission; but then, after published in the Banner last and Confectioneries. Will be pleased to sympathy for Gen. Grant because Fund: bo impossible to The Committee of tho Kentucky Senator, Speaker of the House of week, that I should becomoof canproceed Representatives, Public Printer, a all, are not platforms very dnll It will amp Ambricax Marbls tae hii old cugtotners, and will both suit Legislature charged with tho inof his losses in tho bankrupt bro- tinder the act directing the conthem in price and quality. Call andsts didate for Congress, excites in my Italian vestigation of tho alleged corrup- reading? us. "Quick Sales and Small PrcEtte. firm of Grant & Ward, New struction of another penitentiary, Warden of tho Penitentiary, and heart feelings of tho deepest gratkers tion of members during tho elecLibrarian by this General assem- itude. To represent 'Ton't be undersold JIONDMBXTSj TOMB AND GRAYE fjan4tf is The Legislature appropriated York City, and Mr. Gould and unless a taxAn imposed for that bly at its present session, after District of Kentucky intho First tion of United States Senator has increaso of five the Conreported that no bribery existed $300,000, over and above tho ordi- other millionaires head a list to purpose. tho present rate would having heard tho testimony of all gress of the United States is an STONES. conts upon E0 YE FARMERS! appearas far as it was able to ascertain. nary running expenses of tho Gov- raise another large contribution be necessary to produce tho $150,-00- 0 the witnesses called, who honor of which I should bo proud committee, procurbefore the Tho bill to loan the New Orleans ernment, and licnco Governor for him. The country raised $250,-00- 0 voted by tho act. If assess- ed all the testimony in theirreach, indeed, bnt whother my ambition HAVING recotved a fine lot of . TTIF ed am preCotton Exposition $1,000,000 has Knott asked an increase of the once as a present for him. ed upon this year's revenue, it in that direction shall be gratified pared to fill Italian Marble, I examine a full investigation, and or not will all orders. Call and passed the House of Representacannot and made and after I Harvest is near at hand, and it is nhc rate of taxation to meet tho emer- which was invested so ho could availablebo collectedspring; hence, duo consideration of the matters remembrance ever hold in grateful ur work. before next tives at Washington by a decisive tho interest you Orders from the country promptly to place your orders for llaret Machiu? dividend, about in the resolution under havo shown in my political preery at an early da', in order that you may vote. The probabilities are that gency so plainly indicated bythis only draw tho but little could be done toward the embraced may -- 5 get what you want The probabilities are $1S,000 a year, and it does look work until noxt year, in any event; which they were appointed and ferment. it will pass the Senate and become stato of facts. respectfully report that the demand for Binder the present like tho General ought to oxist and, without a tax for that pur- acted, would testimony thpy find a law. I am also gratified that you faseason will be great factories will not be from the pose, the act must remain for tho that able to supply the demanii. Prices on noNS. W. B. Fleming, of Lou- comfortably on this sum. candidato for any of the vor a primary election as tho b'est The Cincinnati is Binders greatly reduced thfeycar. presont, at least, a dead letter. that noabove mentioned, gave any and most satisfactory mode of Bobbins, of Old offices bankrupt, and haB passed into the isville, and Bon. S. We would be pleaped to have thosewant Yours Respctfully, Orro Gordo 'Willinnm voted for the money, or offered any bribe or choosing a Democratic 'candidate ing anything in the Agricultural line call hands of a receiver. It was start- Oldham, aro tho Democratic elect- Educational bill, and 8"nic paper denounce O- Fayette Hewitt, Auditor. We repreent a money to procure Ids or her elec for Congress in our District, and to pee us before buying. ed by Gov. John O. Underwood ors for tho Stato at largo; and it a anti Democratic "Well, we mar not hoping that that method will bo number of first cla.-- factories, and handle (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) tion, and that no member or mem- adopted by purpose of killinz off the Hon. Ehey Boyd, of !McCrackcii, be capable of judgin;:. but we know lhat for the tho District Commit All nothing bnt the best Mnchincry and fniple WZX.I, XOT fiiTK'UlT. more than half the Democratic Senator bers of this General Assembly reEnquire and made a grand failnrc. kinds of ment., knowing, that the best is always the did. elector for this District, and Wm. from the South Toted as he Irown,Garland, ceived or accepted any money, or tee, I accept your call, and m duo The debts of the concern are esetc., voLamar Voorhcc, George Ononr Turner "III iTot Submit bribe for his voto in said elec- time, I shall make known my views STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES cheapest. We will mnke a liberal divide: of our commissions to cash purchasers, and timated at 1100,000. It is almost Eced, of Marshall, assistant elect ted for it, and they are pretty good Demo Hon. IUb CliUm t tho I'rlmnry. s house, atbot easy terms to time purchasers. i tions, nor was any money or bribe on all public questions to tho peo usually kept in a an impossibility to kill an old es- or. crata. Ihchman (ivy.) Courier. 11 Vitrtx raduch Stanford, My torn prices. We aro agents for the well knowB ami offered any member in considera- ple of tho wholo District. tablished newspaper. Old Cerro Gordo may not bo a Thanking you again for the hon rNCr CAXDMS, popular factories, Kingsland & Fergusoa A telegram was received yester- tion of his vote. TSAS, in the "United strict disciple of Butler, the gram Manufacturing Company'8 Threshers, EnThere were more than seventy EvEjtsr Democrat or implied in your call, I am with day from Hon. Oscar Turner by PICKLES gines, Corn MINCE.MEAAT, D. L. MOORE, a reform of tho tari- niarian, but ho is certainly pos- - Edgar S. Beaumont, editor of tho Shelters. Saw Mills. Cotton speeches made on the tariff bill in States Javors highest regard, feelings of tho GRITS Gin?, &c; Pitts Son's Chicago Thresher, HOMINY, F. D. RIGNEY, CRANBERRIES, as to sossed of hard horso sense and Mnyfield Democrat, stating that he Congress, and yet it is said that ff, butlhoro is a difference Your Ob't Servant, W. J. STONE, Engines, &c; C. Aultman & Co's. world not one vote was changed bv this tlio timo and manner in irhich it honesty refreshing in its purity, would not submit his claims to tho Wir. J. Stone. renowned and popular Harvest Machinery" T. P. HILL, JR. Threshers, Binders, immense, and to the people, costly OBght to bo done. Tho National and he discovered tho good in this primary election ordered by tho J. R. BTJRNAM, Sugar, Coffees, Saps, c. Engines &c., Bearers, D.Mower, bill without taking tho trouble to district committee last. weok. We M. Osborne & Co's. &c; also flow of logic and oratory, which The Cnniliante. ALBERT A. STOLL, fine line of popular Harvest Machinery KayWill not be nndersold. is but another evidence of the Convention will make a platform ascortaiu whether or not all other did not learn what reason, if any, radnrah Xewg. JOnX S. ODELL. &c their Binders "that beat them att alike; if tho Democrats were going to voto for was assigned for tho rofnsal. It Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, faet that speech making in this on which all can unite, and Capt. Wm. J. Stone, of Lyon Hoozier wheat and corn Drill,. Sulky Hay tho genuine Tho passago of Mr. Haggard's county, is ont in a gracefully day amounts to very little. party Is victorious in November a it. When it comes to Gordo votes had boon the opinion of his friends Rakes, (nothing better in this line); Bren-n- an merit of a bill & Co's. Wheat & Com DriUsrSorghtua that ho would enter this race, and bill to cqualizo assessments was ton card, accepting a call from his THE BARTER GR0CERY- and reduction of his sentiments,Cerro The Postoffice officials have readjustment regardless of whe- it was hoped for the sake of har- tho first and best work of tho friends to becomo a candidate for Machinery, Corn Shelters, Threskers, &.; made such persistent war on the tariff taxes will surely follow. and many others too tedious to.Mention-AV- c ther Republicans or Democrats mony that he would do so. It is nouseon Saturday. It will not Congress from tho First District, JL MONTGOMERY, keep in stock a genersl jMJorttnent of Henry County lottery that it has backing the measure, and tho supposed that he based his refu- effect an immediate increaso of Capt. Stone is tho present Repre- MR. ;j. his friends and the public that aro to Plows, Cultiatorsr&c. In a word, we ar been forced to quit business. The The Kew York Times, tho Even- old hero generally takes a correct sal on tho ground that his plea the revenue, but it will systematize sentative of Lyon and irarshall he hag opened a new and freih supply of on short notice any? ktnds of Famjlt Urocbbibs, which he prepared to furnish? action of Postmaster General ing Post, the Boston Herald, and view of tho matter. Union City had always oeon for a primary taxation, and bo of great advanin tho Kentucky Legisla- all sell as low as the lowest. He is rea- thing wanted in the way of Farm Machine counties will Gresham is to be commended in Republican, aro old Our Country. ture, lie is an able man and has a dy at all times to exchange Groceries at ery and Implements. is cwnptele, ami of election to bo hold at tho regular tage in many other respects. this matter, and if he succeeds in the Springfield Our ieoman. August election, whereas tho com strong following. Ho is willing to cash prices for Butter, Egg, Cliiekens, or the bestline of Groceries forcing the Louisiana Lottery Republican organs and vehoment quality. A Georgia postmaster has sent mittee liavo ordered H ior tho Democrat- any kind of marketing that the farming Tho great Cotton Centennial snbmit his claims to Hcndquarters for Flour, at from oOc Jo swindle into bankruptcy ho will feriffreforniers,aud yet they want to Washington a letter inclosing The highost mar friends may bring in. committee ovi- - Exposition at Now Orleans next ic primaries. SI 00 per barrel les than any house ia price always paid. make an onviable name in history. .Edmunds, a high protective tariff a circular requesting $24 for camtown; Flour pure and unadulterated. also coniC3 idircclly ket dedtlv thought thov bad sufficient winter promises to bo second in Intelligence J. SI. MONTGOMERY & BRO. Fre-1- . of all kinds, for Steck. an nominated by tho Republi- paign purposes. The circular was ground for ordering a separate size and brilliancy of display only from Trigg that Senator B. a. Bnr-net-t, JftrHis E. Keeue, the millionaire WHEAT wanted at all times at Hirkei will probably shown to Postmaster General electionand the reasons assigned to tho Philadelphia Centennial of of that cDunty spectator, whe, on Wednesdav cans, and will support him. They Gresham, who says he will protect P'"- . .. . .., IJ their tariff reform any Postmaster who refuses the seem to us good. How Mr. Tur- 70. In addition to the snbscrip-tio- n be a candidato. Another good "" announced his inability to meet eibordinate Plcawcall and sec if, a present diwants known, nnd you wi'l Wise truly, . fund of 8700,000, for the Ex- man. his obligations, came to this coun. ideas to the interests of their par- contribution called for tho by cir- ner will get out of his oxoPOWELL & RKOTJIER. lemma wo leave to our readers to position, tho managers havo asktry from England when a mere lad ty. Democrats, how is this? cular. of tho RepubHickman, Ky, April 11, 1SSL Juno 4th is timo judge. One thing is eident. Ho ed a loan of $1,000,000 from Conand songht his fortunes in Califor- These Republicans think the in form or nia. After editlug a paper at Shas-ta- , failure in 2Tev has received many votes his prima- gress to aid tho onterprisc. Tho lican Convention atOjucago; tho The Grant-War- d For Salt. 0X0- Democratic on July elections on account of Bemocrats ought to split on the main building ke entered into a number of York ono of tho largest ever re- ry election views which ho will reared in the is tho largest ever MILK COWS Apply " Ea,lfrer thinks United States, and Tho Cincinnati bold mining speculations, all of tariff, but it is not of sufficient ported in the country. Tho liaKceps the very lct nrke of Roer. frenli J. H SIMMONS. will uoiU nominee of and cool, ami rjp'lile and a"ttentie clerks to were successful and thus importance to cause them to "bolt" bilities are placed at $10,000,000, not receive under the present stato probably second to but ono in tho ' G wiles east ol Hickman, Ky. whick of things, i. world. the Democratic party- laid tke foundation for a fortune. t Republican ticket. ere customers. with 'assets very small. 122 SSSXAI "OOUBBB.' . . 1 I SV m li X i1 -- -- iri cvvj im i ii mn vj'ivareua-iur-n!K-v"1- HU n j.-lilL- 'ui We-knr- v Til-de- dr. :ea.:ris. wrM-rrnoT.-- .l ?lf-Ab- t: rtl-TtM- y Vice-Presiden- t. j t 11 one :f:r,i iiypiyi?jii ur RANDLB P. E. CASE, -- i Family iiBifJl 111 e Attorneys at FOR SALE. text-book- HERTWECK, BALTZER & 0. s. I1 tI? ffiteSssssa Hickman, tm 3 Bondurant thocratic .Pi-mi- Kentucky. " THE OLD RELIABLE CJSAS. A. HOI.COMBS3, GEOOEBIES 11(11, Dfo wwm e ther-otig- EHSA SOl pill-twisters- ." ...... (ui;r. Com-vwmaral- th J. "W. ROGBES, K GROCEBIES, AG-BT- Nows-Journal E. JUDGE. s first-clas- 3Ei3C$ O 3C, to TIVOLI HALL. -- Jos. SOHM, Frop'r. that-Tilde- n 20 -- 1 . &m IHIMWIAg !.e WSfS i Y wKwr". 42&i. J.".LU)--"l " JF 2TESC3BKa9BKI