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VT PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ly GEORGE WARREN,, Hickman, Ky. mCK XcIbm BalUlar, Clintoa St, -- --- THE HICKMAN COURIEB.F -- Jl' a . cj-r ujc ' EXECUTED S Fine Job Printing With Neatness and Dispatch. BALE BXIjIjS, SILL-HEAD- S. QEORGE WARREN. Editor. k Oldest Newnpniy "3 WesieriiKontucky. 1884. VOL. -- L ENVELOPES, XiE07TEIl-I3CEA.r)at v INVITATIONS, 35 Qja.T,.Xj Price 6f Subscription, $2. TEE BEST SHIP AFLOAT. Or all the ships afloat On Atlantic or Pacitic, Or far within the tropics gOn the Indian ocean's breart, with white Fails all With brilliant colors streaming, " ESTABLISHED 1S59. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY. Kipi'TJCKY. FR11Ay7mA' 30. S1 XHL-N- O. ETC.. ETO. AKT) SBS TJ- - He WonMat Swap After An. THE DA III Y. Thoro is an old Ballad of tho farmer A quart of good milk should weigh "VclI might the sun in darkness hide, And bhut his glories in. that ho did as mn.-J- i woric about 2.15 pounds, or nearly 2 pounds, When Christ the mighty Maker, died in a day as his wifo could do in seven. 2 ouncos. If milk is weighed, this rule ior man, the oreaturu's sin." While like a triumphant echo from fihTwviswered his challenge by propos- will give the monthly yield in quarts Tbcre'8 no 8hlp ing tio should stay at homo and she moro oxactly than measuring. tho work bench end of the choir camo wonld go Like Friendship. into tho field. After "ivin"-hia The 6taunchegt, and t bo best! A ringing tho glorious strains of "St. careful directions for his worS nevt farmer Norwich, Ct, paper tells about i there who keeps only one cow, Martins," thrilling and inspiring as a morning, she left the When tempestehover nljrh, house and did not but who soils 1,000 d balls of blast of trumpets, cheering as a beglo come until night. She And.thQjea is lashed to fury, found tho old tho "best butter" from his "dairy" "henloualy roar the breakers. call, grand in its tono of unshaken man-withis head tied up where the swarm; M above the is his bet cow. JWaeh skie.aro overclouded. cow had kicked him blind; tho milk all yearly. Oleomargarine d And sunshine is enshrouded, "BriM-atTo keop your hired men good the shadow of Thy throne. soaking in tho ground, tho hons strayed Thcre'B no ship Thy saints linve dwelt secure: while milking, call the milking a away and all their eegs laid whore tho .Like Friendship, Sufficient is Thine arm nh.n. tho storm And our defense is sure." old man could not find them; the calf part of the day's work and do not exBut the cloud drifted away and the missing and everything gono wron", pect them to work in the field till dark wek"o eight is eho and thonmilkado.on cows in the night sunburst of light blazed ovor tho eirth everything SfctWJTejnay mcethcr.. Tho ofd with canvas Spread out flnoly, that while cows, giving again, and in stately nieasuro "Pn- - farmer took it all bak and agreed that Wlthpcnnon bright and blue; dee" swelled in its half noto step torn it was his wifo who could do moro exceptionally large quantities of milk To nono she is a stranger, And the hour of danger the bench. work in a day than could do in will sometimes make large butter tests, - - in There's no ship as a rule the two things do not go seven. "A faith that shines moro bright and cUar : J Lito Friendship When tempests rage without; A Now York young fellow, hauled up together, being inconsistent with each To lead us safely through! That when in dancer knows no fear. last week before- - a magistrate for lari-ne- other. In darknoss feels no doubt." Trom port to port she sails, In and The bearer of dispatches It may havo been tho majestic old had very refusal to support his wife., arc not feeding calves remember inthey From IOve. tho mlhtv mnnnmh. much the same notion of world, tho most brilliant animals tho tune, or it mav havo been. I ither Her outfit.)! mmn!i- ami it is questionable) if they - Woman's Work as the old farninr In lb lthinkitKwas,TBtho;cooiHgiwoIQVT- "ballad. In iHowrjewucMntrorcuppcr ever know- - whon they havS oViough any answer to tho .rmlo-n'nun. more than a boy would in a green apple muurmng in mo tan out eim uu uj There's no shi the horse well, that madograndmj sing: tions he grumbled that he was sick and, tree. For this and many other reasons WKO menusMp tired of standing behind a counter all In all tho royal ilect! "Return, oh, holy dove, return. it is well to keep a watcn over them to day, and therefore took a Sweet messenger of rest; Of nn the ships afloat " rest. "But the baby and I starve in tho seo that each one gets some of the food I hat the Sinn that made thee moum On Atlantic or Pacific. - Ameri-ca- n Rock, rock, rock, tho old straight meantime," remonstrated tho wife. II offered and not too much of Or far within the tropics Dairyman. ' .9n tne Indian ocean's breast, without said he loved her too well for that, but back rocker finished the verse Si1 !? whlte - a'l a gleaming. Tho Fannerg' ? riew fears that tho words, and in a moment the whirling 6ho couldn't expect a fellow to kill himWith brilliant colors streaming, from tho self, could she? she naturally thought dairy fair business will be oordono llight of my pigeons sweeping There's no ship Friendship. barn roof over to the cool woods changed there was very little danger of that. this year. Wo think not, as we do not The iAiincliet, and tho best. Then a sudden thought struck him. believe more than one will be held.-Thgrandma's song to joyous "AmsterJosertiinr Vollant, in Ledger. not bo dam:" "I'll tell j'ou what I'll do, Nellie," said International association . 1 -- 4 ho. "You take my place in the store likely to hold one, at ha-- t that is tho "Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings, A SERVICE OF SOXG. Thy better portion traco: and I will attend to tho lKuschoirt opinion of the President: the Secretary Rise from tranitorv things. duties." His wife expressed a good, of tho Illinois Dairymen's Association place. Toward Heaven, thy native The girls had cone to town. Granddeal of amuscmontat tho idea, but ho is apprehensive that the proMed fair Sun. and moon, and tars decay. ma sat in, tho open sitting-roodoor, Time shall soon this earth remove, repeated his oflbr. "You must bave-- t will not be held, so that narrows the RImj, my soul, and haste awar ewin&'prnnilfathec stood ia the cool nice time," said he, "jour work i4 number down to tho National Associabade at tho long work bench at tho Rut grandpa, with lusty arm and awfully easy." The wifo answered sbo tion. end of the kitchen, making a new singl- clanging hammer, beating on tl5 iron would bo It is a serious mistake to neglect only too glad of the chance e-tree for the light wagon. Thev ring that bound the ends of the single- ana agreed to "swap" occupationsil handling joung heifers until after they could jiqt see. each other. I doubt ff tree, sang aloud, with terrible voice, "Now, sahl-sh"you must.got up in! have dropped their first calf. At this they.beard,.or .at any rate observed, that direful old revival hymn that used and make the firo, prepare time their bags are apt to be swollen cacluother's voices, but 1 could plainly to melt with sudden feartho trembling the breakfast, mind tho bnby " The and tender, and the tak of accustomsee and hear each one, and I forgot souls of impenitent youth: husband stopped her right there, and ing them to be milked is more difficult. to them and trving to "Sav, ha e you an arm like God. The operation tends to enlarge the bag to Tlmt .von Hi will oppoe? fave hertako understandto that she would aud the teats, aud with go.d milking gucss.UieirthoightsJronuiheir to tho habv the store with Four you not that Iron rod changing, abriipt fragments of to draw With which Ho breaks His foesf her. "Not a bit "of it," was her stock may make it neo-sa- ry songrAnd'th?tfiv:i5ional 'flutter of the And like a soothing balm to hi3 'answer. "You are taking care of the milk once or twice a da for a week or leaves stirred bv a wanderinsr breath of cemed toecho 's a part of it." Ho more before tho calf is dropped. Do wind, the shadows dimpling the second atenmnir chant that Sinai, camo the household tho protested that, as sho knew, the baby's not begrudge the extra trouble t this dread thunde-of growth of red clover, the straving note dove, and crying made him almost crasy, but-shmakes. It is a sign that tl.e heifer will of n'restless bird, the long, diistv road. mourning notes of tho wood dear old grandma's sweet "Aletta": insisted that if ho took her" placebo prove to be a deep milker. stretching far away past tho woods to We are inclined tothiiikMr. Fuller "Weeping soul, no longer mourn, must look to bor duties. She told the tne "iugpKurie," the Hash of a but- Jous all thy griefs hath borno; magistrate she to takt her is right when lie argues in favor of torflv'slwinrrcSUimv JRfnll hqrTlntvn.l View Him bleeding on the tree, - M 11AS111A.IH Inisband's place in tho store, and that making all butter tests with well salted Touring out His life for theo: iviththd)broJjn songs.that lltl almost fell There thy every sin He bore. official was about to arrange tho 3tTair an I properly worked butter, just as it unconsciously at times from the old Weeping soul, lament no more." on that bask. Just here her hiwband is prepared regularly for market. At lips, while thtj. singers were over the A distant strain of song from tho mon was very skeptical the time the person in charge business of the house." and in all that in the Hold with Uncle John caught the to stand" it; thoughtabout her being ablo of a same wishes if to make a point distest she had bettor athour of peace, while "the whole earth old man's ear, and ho straightened him- tend to the household and he would go honestly, he can easily do so jubt as is at rest, and is quiet, they break forth self a moment, to rest or to listen. He back to the store. The Justice ro- - well with salted as misalted butter, it into singing." looked at the reapers, then down at tho is how much that "tho A tfastyofbrigbtibeautiful, blue from mulberry trees by tho spring in tho tmarkodwas a much baby settled him," or onh a question of in the bultor water which buttermilk is left wiser observation the willows anil a kingfisher, with his pasture, across at tho long ranks of than some of tho more elaborate ami is, whether it is worked dry or not tliat Of .lonesome cry, .skimmed a pool in the corn, at tho golden field of oats, wait longer decisions which como from the course adding the salt to dry butter inslough with a plash and sped awav. ing impatient!- for the reapers and bench. creases the weight more than it does to The old man's eyes followed the flight sang: As a matter of fact a man is not moist butter, provided the moisture is of the bird.'and'then rested a moment "On Jordan's stormy banks I stand. d to endure the petty annoy- subsequently worked out Thf Dairy. on the wandering stream, loitering And cat a wistful eye ances and has no patience with the To Canaan's fair and happy land. How awfully bad a man looks away to the woods on the Schnobly Where my possessions He." petty cares which make up a largo wIiomj hair is neer combed, and how farm, and the strong voice sans to old While like a benediction came chanting qmrt of women's donientic work, if uncomfortable he must feol ! The cat"Exhortation:1' into his song the mourning dove and women have no business tact or eapa-icit- tle have hair over their whole body, "Our life is a dream: men, on the other hand, have lit- and if never carded they look as bad us grandma's "Zion," Our time, as a tle of tho infinite painstaking in the the uncombed man, anil must feel a "Has thy night been long and mournful? uiwe Mvimy away, nave my inenns unraltnrul provod? dull routine of house service that great deal worse. It is too bad to com And tho fugitive moment rciui os to stay; Havo thy foes lw?on proud and scornful. TJ10 nrrow is (intra: By thy sighs and tears unmowrf?-- . - women attend to cvor day in their pel the poor brutes to iroall winter with- The moment is gone " . . . ' livos. Tho affair soonin to havo been Ailt nnilliii UlU UlOtl IB 'M'l'fc Ccao thy mourning; uoosirt-- 'p ' O. may we all remember woll Zion still is well beloved." pretty woll arranged by Providence. They would do much better if carded The night of death draws near," Tho backs and the burdens of tho sexes every day, and this should certainly be DoxoLoar. camo from grandma's lips, and she A rattle of wheels down the carriago seem mutually aud respectively adwell done at least twice each week. If hadn't opened them before in half an drive, a chorus of pleasant voices and justed to one anothor, and so tho" world we only notice how much they enjoy Lour uutil the clock struck four. Her rippling laughter, a cataract of talk, of wobbles on after its fashion of the last being carded, anil how grateful they roice died away, while I listened for band box and package and sample and several thousand years, and is not look, aud see how much belter they more, for her old hvmns us she sang price list, and news of the friends in likely, in this respect at least, to fly thrive, w e would not regret the time 'them were always known unto us "as a Tcoria; who is dead and who is mar- the track Iora good many years to and labor 'Tis ouly a lit'le kindness, very lovely oong of one that hath a ried, who they saw and what he said come. Detroit Free Fress. but even this pays pleasant voice and can plav well on an the girls have" returned from town, the Lumps in the udder: (Jargot often instrument' I heard tile old clock service of song is over and his last A .Mormon Courtship. leaves tho legacy of a lumpy bag one give its hectic cough, as if in illustra- hymn mingling with the joyous laughor more big. hard lumpo; nrilk t'ows tion of the hymn. Grandma wearily ter and nierry chattor of his girls, as ho of tho saints are not from the quarter or quarters in which turned the "work in her hands, and the drove the horses over to the barn, I always romantic affairs. Dr. Sharp, of such lumps occur, but they are an anmeasures of "Brown" swelled out in heard srrandfather softlv sincrinir to this city, has four wives, and if he has noyance as well as a disliguremetit. good luck he will have another before Sometimes they yield to treatment aud "Ortonville:" ''Jerusalem my happy home, "Why should the children of a king Same over dear to 1110; long. During tho last few wooks he often thoy do not Tho best thing to ' - Wherffchall'niy labors have an end Go mourning all their days?" " hajrhad a courtship on hand which has Bobt. J. Burclctie, in Brooklet Eagle. given him great trouble. He cmplo cd do is to knead and rub the lumps, so A broken thread broke tho song, and that there may be a tendency of blood wnen-i- ue jhsv neeu 0 resumed its a girl named Mary White as a setvant to tho parte and some oxcitemont to the flight, the dear 'old singer had parsed Marin one of his families. was a absorptive functions. This absorption For Sale. toth'o dosing line of the next stanza: young Mor- may be induced or quickened by giving fresh, plump, A citizen in tho western part of the mon. Her father was a saint with two the cow small but frequent doses of "Andstreetsof shining gold." city who has a house for sale says that wives. Mary was the daughter of wife iodide of iotngsium a salt very much T knew how the busy brain and the he has learned moro of human nature No. 1. Wife No. 2 was gay and giddy, like common salt with which it may bo tireThaudsjQngc'd for rest, and I all and carried Maty back wasn't thinking, of all the in the last three months than during ten and when Dr. Sharp hor fathers homo mixed when given. American Dairy' his people out of forth between 3 ears of wearine and toil, and of a wholife before. Nine his 10,000 house ond tho place of her service, he saw hor man. come cortajn mortgage that with its black haven't to look at to buy with. The and bewitched her, as Whito aid. ten dollars Kpppins Accounts With Cows. wings of threatening and terror had been same proportion arc deliberate liars. After a while Sharp enticed wife No. 2 hovcjjngabove the farm for vears like I w as milking in tho barn want a hawk. I didn't have a verv clear Nineteen out of twentyout ofevery room away from her husband, and then Squitc Lawton came in. I when young lifted tip tho twelve go Whito got an idea thai the Doctor had changed about. Ten comprehension of a mortirage, I am all through the house and then object to bewitched him also. Anothor saint puil and hung it on the spring balance. afraidbut I ,kntHV that times 7iad been "Just thirteen pounds, said I, ca.iicwand.iuouey.morc plentiful since the street. Xotonc single woman out came along who was in the soothsaying marked it on the little board on and the it had been lifted, and I was pretty of the scores who have called at tho business, and he told White that ho baa wall just opposite where tho cow stood. house had any other idea than to satisfy something that was good for him, but certain that streets paved with gold "What do you do that for," said he. would scare away the biggest blanket a temporary curiosity. One woman had that it would cost money. Tho price "Why, I always count, measure aud even room in the house measured to seo was agreed unon. White bought the mortgage that ever covered an improved if her carpets would fit and then sud- charm, worked it, and the evil spirit of weigh everything on this farm," said I, quarter. "My father taught me that when 1 was Sharp was exorcised. the house was as The elicTSof a falling frame and tho denly discovered that street cars. An-a was beginning to feel Just easn White a boy." "But what's the use here?" whole block from the once at beseeching "cheeps" of half a dozen other sat for two hours anil planned how more, Sharp drove up with Mary and said he. "You havo all tho milk, and ternh'ed-chickcaught in my latest to she would lix every room, and then left asked her Mrs. no one can cheat vou." Don't you be quail trap, set where no quail the place in a huff because there wasn't Sharp permission this make old people sure of that. Now look here. You No. o. To the was ever known to come. Grandfather a Methodist Church on the see this board. That's Topsy's milk corner objected, for thoybcl'revcd he was posstepped away from the bench to relieve A third was about to lc:u c two hundred sessed of a devil, and they thought ho account. Here, you see, is 17 pounds, the 'unharmed eapth'cs, for I never dollars to bind tho bargain until noxt did not support his other wives any too 1GJ pounds, 18 pounds, and then comes moved; fearing a demand for explana- day, when it suddenly occurred to her well. When they gave Sharp the" rea- llpounds. That struck me all of a tion, ahd in a moment tho plaintivo that her sister out in Pontiac might not sons for their refusal he was furious heap, and I went right there and then minor-strainof quaint old "Hyacinth" like the location. Out of sixty or and ho took an oath in their presenco to '1 opsy to see what was the matter. ,, eang out: it Her nose was hotaml dry, and her mouth seventy men who have called every that he would have Mary. delhpred thee when bound. "I In the course of tame ho convinced was slobbering and hhe was not eating. single one liked the location, thought And when wounded, healed thy wound; the property cheap, and would return the old man that it had been ordained I soon found w hat was the matter. Sho Sought thee wandering, set thco right. aud a next day. The citizen finally got tired from all time that Mary should become had been chewing tho fence-rail- s Turned thy darkness " of such conduct, and now when anyone ais wifo; but tho old lady said that tho big splinter was jammed into her mouth "Ortho transporting, rapturous scene That rites to my night: calls he asks: doctor had hoodooed her husband onco between her teeth, and her jaw was Sweet fields arrayed in living green " "Do you wish to look at the house or more, and sho refused to assent to tho swollen badly. Now, I mightn't havo and at the sound of Grandma's voice I the furniture?" Lhcn bharp had a vision or two found that out for two or three days if union. turned my face, and saw tho wrinkled "O, the house, of course." which he related to Mrs. White. She I hadn't weighed the milk. But 3011 hands dropped in,, her lap as she sat was still inexorable. Two or three days see 1 soon set her right again. I saved "Well, this house stands lookingput.on tho, long pasture, over f side of the street. It is on on thn north later he had a revelation that it would a good deal of trouble by it And then block four tho grpat rolling held where we sowod teen, lot lorty-twl!U pounds, bo very acceptable lhe house is oft Mary become his to tho Lord to havo look here. Here is 12 pounds, 15 the hrst crou of Hungarian, the fringing wood, it is forty rods to a 11 wife. It had no effect pounds, 17 pounds, woods anil the wide meadows all flooded eighty to a school house. church and on her mother Then Sharp dreamed pounds, 14 pounds, and than here you Stront ears in glorious sunshine how could she 1 do not pass the 'door. Circus dreams of mighty import every night, see is only Gl pounds, and all down, 6J proces smr anything else? Triumphant as tho sions never come this way. Now, then, heard tremendous rumblings "in tho pounds, 7 pounds, 7 pounds, 5 pounds, psaim 01 me long rolling surf, the skies, saw a great light, and read many t pounds. Now look at that cow. have you any idea of biryin?" on for a moment, and bless "Certainly. We must move next commands written on tho fleeting She s pretty, ain't she? But, docs, you, thenTh6"'6ltl hands picked up the work, and clouds, all to the effect that Mary was handsome is as handsome and the roelodv drifted into tho sad weok.'' well. any "Very Please deposit two dol- his and his only. The old lady's teeth that cow don't stay' here beef; longer swectnessiof "'Naomi," and the voico lars for my for sho than she is fat enough for trouble in showing vou were set tight of the ninging "wonton: Taking a new tack, the doctor then ain't half handsome enough for a dairyover." to summon Mrs. Whitcbefore man to keep. Then you see these "When will my pilgrimage be done, "Two dollars! I'd like to see myself! threatenedCouncil. She told him "The world's long week bo o'or." the High the glasses. These are to measure tho house Sureenough, I remembered, it was Why, yourDetroit, is the poorest one for Sanhedrim of the saints had no terrors cream by. A cow that won't give and Pd not live in it for her. Then he appealed to the lifteen per cent of cream won't pay to onlyV.edne4day and it seemed to the sale in all busyjpnesiyil.a long time to the restf ill- rent free!" Bishop of that ward, and finding him keep with the feed I give them; and a "But you came here to buy?" ness of the farm Sabbath. A moving dull of comprehension, he went before heifer that won't make ten per cent "No, I shadowt ho work bench drew mv passing, I didn't sign,happened to be tho Council with his grievance. Here won't paj-- to raise, and is only good to saw your and I thought ho found sympathetic listeners. Tht sell to those who sell milk. ICbw, how eyes,an& as grandfather drew the tape I might Hie "?."5Si ,tne inuiaieoi tne Hickory premises aasto well tramp over vour old Bishop was promptly removed and could I tell all this if I didn't weigh 20 down town nnnJ piece he.was shaping, he sang to Scot- now one who believes m marrying off and measure? See hero, this is tho morning, sir! You'd better insure vour a Usb "Avon," feed measure; one of these goes on to tho voung women, was appointed house and set fire to it;" Detroit Free Sharp jL ?Q mP the measure of my days. is on good terms with the new tho feed for every cow at every meal, Fress. Tbotrmakcr of my frame, ecclesiastic, and considers himself as and that scoop holds just two quarts. - survey " good as married already. Mary is now This basket holds a full bushel, and There'was- a. fault somewhoro. and Where to Put if. at scnool at t'rovo, ana bharp has sront every cow gets that full every feed. silence- indicated it, for grandfather after her. The new Bishop is wrestling And two or three get a scoopful more. An Austin boy kept on thrnt never sang in moments of p'erplexitv. M: with her mother, who now sees the Yon see it's all brought down to rule. He would talk to himself then as though futility of fur' her resistiacc, and who No thumb rule cither, but weights and he was pi: were, as the caso, or rather man who measures every number may be, twins, but he never on his head. Finally his father lost will in a few days, it is understood. don't weigh and time. A everything measure formallyconseut to the union. Iu Mor sang. And with closed eyes I waited patience. After a brief, but painful doing, interview, the parent threw away the mon society this is considered a very about a dairy can'ttollvvhat he's lose a snasnewjpe measurement was per- - strap and asked: romantic courtship. All Mormon lovo and it is just as easj for him to fected when he" went on: a log. "Kow, do you know where your cap stories begin and end something liko dollar a day as it is to fall offon your "A span is all thatwe can boast, we aoove. sou lokc vor. js. 1. nun. Now, my boy, put that wrinkle two of time; should have been?" horn. It's worth a thousand dollars to Man i but vanity and dust " "les, sir," are A search for the drawing knife himself where sobbed the bo? ,v,K?nr n pictures, the brightest you if you don't forget it, but you Tfa ho needed hansrinc .. nf? welcone to it for no'hing." Cor stopped his song, and as a cloud drifted should havo been under mvif colors should be put in tho darkest Dairy. clot no """ over the sun and soothed all tho land Testis Sifting s. corners of the room. who-bosst- ed one-pounc: soa-grul- with shadow, grandma sane in tho piamuvo strains of "China ': Ifukelyto nat-ure- .- -,, 1To-bKie;Klt- h 1 topsy-turvo- v. ? ss With n Harrow Tooth. Deserting Mining Camp. Jolos and Hank Spain wore not Jatn The collapse of half faro n terms. Thoy were "kin by banks, tho bankruptcy a dozen many of as ' "ftage," but the matrimonial stato liquor shops, tho lowering of prices at adjust differences, nor tho hotels and boarding houses, and tho aoe.jithe paternal roof always sorvo to unending procession- now wending its cqijsr m harmony the heated blood of way out of this d and torrent-swepriaers. - iitiMhituviVi ttOUlilUlllUllb camp, all indicate that the great IT 'J esraie orougnt 'about a law- - boom has collapsed. Gamblers, thieve, Qpvhich was decided in Tarn Joles' adventurers aud hard men generally . in... from all tho mining camps and frontier BaoM deprive him of his rights settlements in the. couiitryymgregated in?at can 'ou do?" Tnm asked. here, expecting to reap a neb harvest, ? nJ) hat could Cain do?" he replied, in Mich numbers thai it occurred to turning on his brothor-in-laa tho.111 all at once that thcYhndovordono anger of burning revenge. the business. They pitched thoirtents V;haii could kill his brother." opened banks, saloons jr'wcll?" without removing hvs gtxze. and deadfalls, up their soon discovered but thev and MHo'cotild kill his brother with s that the groatl ma:ority of the stninped-er- s can "ou k11 with ouo?"' C4l were money to spare, and "V jj'ilh one or with two; it makes no that as no without gold was being taken from amerence." the placers there was precious little of v sow here, Hank, I want any circulation. Undur sueh ciroum- m,Vli ..u.i. won. mm. J don't 1. - 1.. T. r.: u.io vnu rtancQ&trade 11,11 Uiivs auuir - eld Miss BMsIey aYennjT Mtilkittte. Eno-lan- SCIIOOL AND CHURCH. .! noUt,-cf.fl- ,, ..nimi , snow-boun- pt w look-tURjin- olten 'ni A3 it-i- ti s much-neede- d it l&tilTfA3ri Aborsoltlodby a WSti?rM court f "0 well, if nothing but blood will satisfy ou, I am willing that you should have eugh of it. Name the weapons and I H'Jl be with ou." "1)11 Cain ask Abel to name hiswea-pon- vvnynriskiiajany. Uirraauu?a(&uTOlno? ground over pretty inorougniy, me sports concluded that the longer they staved here the poorer they would be "You can't run a game without money any morn'n you can keep up a mining fever without dust," said ono of the toughs this morning as ho set out for the ail road. dog process has been The dog-egoing on here in all branches of industry, and the problem of how four "tor five thousand men, mostly poor and for tho most part idle, can live otf each other, is no nearer settlement to day than it was before the Pritchard Creek 1 at ttb,atisiuj,AaIrSKiincjacuoa iraged in .added.., to thQbuildingiuud.Bmiotpijj. Rather late at Fost. night she' wept up .to bed. The bov The most accurate figures which was asleep. After sho had lain down" population and just 33 her eyos were closing in can be given for tho world sin lSbO are nd its religious condition listless enjo)mcnt of as follows: Total population 1,433 the boy sat up on his pillow, and asked: millious, divided up into oight millions "What made vou look under the Jews, 175 millions Mohammedans, 115 bod?" millions Christians and Kin millions "To see if anybody were thoro." Pagans. will "What niadcvou think anybody was number ofIttho thus be eenbethat the who may ranked thore?" under the genera head Pagan is double "1 didn't think so, liUlo man." the number of thoso classed undor the "Then what mado you look?" goneral head Christian Golden Rule. "O, I didn't know hut thore might bo The Protestant churchy am represoniobody." "Do you look under tho bed evory sented to be making rapid headway with religions work in Mexico. Tho night?" missionPresbyterians havo fifty-si- x "Yes." aries, over 7,000 communicants and "Did you ever find anybody?" 400 children in their mission schools. "No.'f Tho Episcopalians report forty-liv- e "Then why don't you quit?" places of worship. 1,500 communicants "U, l don't know." and 400 scholars in "If yon was to find anybody, what schools. Tho Mothodists their- missionx have eighty-siwould vou do?" missionaries and teachers aml,a "I don't know." large number of members in their "Would you hollor?" "I suppose so. Lie down now and churches. withOther denominations are equal success. mooting goto sleep." Speaking about histories of the "I've already been to sloop." United States for schools tho Mobile "Well, let mo sleep." "How do spiders mke their wobs?" (Ala.) It&iisb-- says: "It is important he asked, prompted by a sudden idea. that children should not imbibe, erroneous impressions in regard to the "Why, they thoy make them." "What do they mako them outen?" 'distory of their country. They should not be written from a prejudiced or "I don't know, I'm sure." "Do tho Hies freoxo in wintor time?" partisan standpoint They should give facts, and not indulge iu disquisitions. "Some of them do." Especially should we of the South be "Which onus?" careful that children do not receive er"I don't know." "Thon how do vou know any of 'om roneous impressions' in regard to the great struggle letweon tho sections. freeze?" "Because I havo seen tkeni," norv-ous- lr We do not think that a school history should treat the war from a Northern pulling at the covors. .st.vidpoint It or from a Somh-jr"Uo you pray?" shonhl simply give a reewn! of ovents. "Yes; ovory "night" Evory Assembly District in "An' when you pray you're all right, State is entitled to sond to Corain'tyou?" nell University one student each year "Yes." "Then what makes you look undor free of all charge for tuition, an item which in a four years' course amounts the be4?" In spite of this President "Wifiie, I declare, you must hush and to $300. White reports that only about half thco let 1110 go to sloop." "Who was that man that come to see scliolarships have been in use at any one time, and that many districts have vou 9" never sent to the university a student. "A preacher." This state of thiugs appears to be "N hat did he want?" "To talk to me aboutsdlline Bibles." larselv due to the failure of toachcrs semi-existence, r n An aunt of Mr. MulkiWe, an oldladv Barnes, tho mountain evangelist, who has lived- life of New have piety, and who. in relentless celibacy, claims toyears. converted 31,000 people loudly for woman's in seven has clamored Philadelphia is tho leading Methorights, came to Arkansaw lat week. She was mncirpnrprlsed to find that the dist city in this country, having nearly inhabitants dtoTnotwear bristles like an one hundred churches within the 'city angry dog. Site seemed never to tow limits. Philadelphia Press. tired of tho roses i tho 'garden, "and According to the report of the Lonher constant cxclajjaaUon3 of surprise don Tract Society 1,128,112 tracts have that flowers shoaldjbloom so soon wore been distributed" during the year. It of great amttsem-etoHfarailv. She is an increase upon the previous year was particulny wspressed with'vounf of Special arrangements aro Mulkittle, aud o'nweigwl her surprise being made for work at, the forthcom" that childret In thjiSouth showed such ing exhibition at Turin. ., .. :.,,tafi'r G2.i:.--i Tho Young Women's Christian AsTho othor ShwWJ consequence of sociation of Boston called their last enother conipay tHiyoungstcr was as- tertainment "La Chocolatierc." It signed to thftlcefogjapartment of old resembled the "Kettledrum" in many Miss Beasleyf AjSiaisfer, interested respects, and as part of the entertainin thocircul.TtionVfthJeKible, for which ment a "spoon drill," by about five ho received wfwrafcsmission, called on hundred young women dressed as Mlis Beaslevrf eufjuencc of tho fact waitors, was given, and a larjrc sum :r tho same business. ;, , sf wLke o Y.-- w-i- m o, g dis-3oint- -- and-that- s th-t- o was-willin- g woll-fltte- -, " MWimi- l- claims were located. Mad as was tho haste of these men to get here, their anxiety to get away is almost as great In some respects the journey out is worse than was the trip iu, for now all the mountain water courses are open, and it is as much as a man's lifo is worth to attempt to cross them. Tho Ids Htense. men now turning their backs on the ()a( day, about a week after Hank ("our d'Alene district wore only had glared his violent intentions. Tarn a few weeks ago facing what thov bewas walking around in his door yard, lieved to be fortune. Bitter experieuco earrvkg his little boy in his arms The has shown them that they are chihl lad been ill, and the fresh mornstarvation behind. "Good-by- , ing fth. the birds, the old dojr, and the bovs,"' said a "busted" scenarwhieh for so long had been denied gambler yesterday morning, as ho him. revived his little spirit, ami iu de- swung his kit done up in a bag over his light ho clapped his wasted hands. shoulders. "Arizona is good enough HamYcrept along the lane fence. The for me after this. My health demands chihitook oil" his father's hat, throw it that I live in a country where you can Hank see the earth that you're walking on, on Bo ground and laughed. thrul his gun between two rails, and There'll be enough heat in this place sankon his knees. Tho father kissed before long to melt the snow, and don't the 'tile fellow, and lifting him, sat you forgot it" him jn his shoulder. Hank tired, and Scores of deluded fellows with the Ud fell from his father's shoulder. scarcely grub enough to last them until A stteam of blood ran from his forethey reach the railroad are keeping tho head, Ho quivered, aud was dead. disappointed gamblers company in their For vears hegira. While a feeling is spreading Tin murderer escaped. Tamlollovved him. At last the father generally through tho camp that the camehome. In the meantime his wife whole thing is a swindle, a good many had tied of grief. The miserable man prospectors and business men with lived done. When the war came, he means sufficient to sustain life until joined the army. Peace, peace summer are determined, now that they assailants, but not pen e are here, to stay and see the thinjr out. for aweary man, found Tarn again at The hegira of the impecunious classes honit. He had no companions, save will prove a godsend to the camp, for two yaves in the orchard. Here ho there have been more men here than woufc sit for hours and hours. could make a living unless the placers S tracers who saw him there, often proved much richer ihan any disintersaidr, ested people now believe to be possible. ''Wonder . why that old . man sits so Nearlv all the celebrated desper- . . IH IIIHMIWIlUMiWl mi e far-famed now-leavin- "YJm are a blamed fool." Haik turned away without replying. WheJ he had climbed the fence, he wheofed around, shook both lists at Tam.jRhd passed out of sight Bow men were known to be desjor-atthen aroused. In boyhood thev had 6nie from Kentucky to the Ozark moottnins of Arkanaw, and attaining mantood had taught school together. Haiff had attempted to preach, but was'driven from tho pulpit in conse-que- e of having killed a man. Tanvas admitted to the bar. but having aortly afterwards killed a prominent ittorney, was forced to surrender e, New-Yor- k f nHrTit The-courtshi- ps - rosy-check- ed he nnuo tne tree. 1 ho moon was shining brigfctly, and the young waving leaves at we wrought sad shadows on the grave stone. "Thirty years ago siuce he fell from my arms," mused theoldman. He knelt by the two graves, and long remained' with his face pressed again it the damp moss. He looked up with a start Some one with a long, white heard, knelt opposite him. "Who are vou?" "Hank,"' replied a low voico. Tam arose and held to t ho tree for support His hand struck something. An old harrow tooth in the fork of tho tree. Ho grasped the iron and turned to the now erect form of Hank. "Arc you ready to die?" "For Cod's sake don't kill inc. I have suifored enough. I have been dying for thirty years. I have oome hero to prav." And to die." "Would you murder me when I am so ponitent" "The comlemnod murderer is ever penitont Yet justice calls forhisguilty blood." 'Tani, sure, when you lay on tho bnt-tl- c field wounded, 1 gave you a drink of to-da- y rficMlF s im-pnn- ed nct s "And years ago, you gavo 1110 a drink of griof." "Look at mo, Tarn, I am old, and almost helpless. Thoro are not many days left for mo in this world. I havo come far to seek this peace and pray for pardon. I am afraid to dio. I Would you in an endless hell. sec me go thoro." "I would go with you to seo you squirm."' Tam seizoti tus victim ana throw him across the graves. "0 God The harrow tooth mashod his skull. Long after life was extinct, tho avenger continued his work of retribution. When morning came, a bloody mass of tlesh lay scattered over two graves. An old man, holding in his hand a bloody harrow tooth, sat with his back against an apple tree dead. Opie P. Jfai!, in Texas Si flings. bo-lie- vo water." m yitro-tilrccri- - mm o. ' Bombs. bomb is a recent addition to destructive projectiles, its serviceableness in reducing entrenchments being, it is claimed, unexcelled. Inits construction a heavy conical shell is hrst cast and so arranged that one end is much heavier than the other, one end being also closed with a tightly Jitting cap, screwed on after charging iho interior of the shell is dividedinto mree compartments, each separated by a heavy plate glass cap; tho division lurtnest from the open end is filled with sulphuric acid, the next with glycerine, and the outer one with nitric acid these three elements being tho of A small opening through the center of the cap luting the open end of tho projectile admits a steel rod, to each end of which is tirmly attached a small circular piece of metal, the inner end resting against The nitro-glyccricompo-nentjpar- ts uitro-glycerine. - - screwed on, and the projectile is ready for service. According to the principle qT17'1015' the heavy end naturally strikes the ground first, the steel rod is driven through the plate glass partitions, the chemicals arc mingled, and a nitro-X'vceri- the first glass cap; the outer cap is then ?VtArSit,liter Herald. discharge takes place. tnc UUca Judges, widely known for his legal knowledge, always writes his opinions 10 ne night, as he cannot write with ease in tuo daytime. Boston Fost. 0. Tne anG Supremo Court 'An-ineho- r ". --I- Robinson, of Massachusetts, denounces "fashionable drink-Jnand hopes to seo the time when it win be abolished at all social enter tajnments. o place. "How's grub?" asked one emaciated fellow of a man who had plenty, such as it was. "Grub's scarce, and you want to be, too." was the reply of tho individual addressed, in whoso cyo was a savago glittor. "I'm powerful hungry, boss," said tho man, as ho moved oil' a fow stops. "Woll, come and eat then," exclaimed tho owner of tho victuals. ' This thing is an infernal nuisance and an awful tax, but I'm blessed if I can refuse a beggar who looks as thin as you do. Now fill your sack, and bo livoly about it before any moro got around. Eaglo City Idaho) Cor. X. V. Sun. A Hindu's Death. Mr. Dall, the American Unitarian missionary to Calcutta, who loved Mr. Sen and wrote a touching obituary of him, told me that the scene at his death was very painful. When ho (Mr. Dall) entered tho room a devotee sat at his head crying in a mournful voice, "Hari, Hari!" name of tho god of an old Salvation Army that followed Chaita-nysaid to have been born of a virgin and to have "disappeared" four centuries ago. The dy ing man's son, weeping, continually called "Baba! Mr. Sen's mother asked Baba!" mournfully: "What have I done that thou shouldst sutler such agony ?"' The dying man said that this agony-wathe apparently stern face of his Divine Mother, and that he saw her countenance full of love and beauty. A Singing Apostle sang in the room hymns that aro thus translated: I. If possible. 0I1 Beloved, remove this cup! Yet not my will but Thine be done! in this dire distress body, mind and lifo are Thine. Do Thou with them as Thou wilt, only, with clasped hands, I ask for this blessing: Grant unto mo peace, patience and strength. II. In the darkness of peril. Mother, what a frightful look is Thine! The at that terrible countenance. In the midst of the dismal ground of cremation Thou teeniest to be dancing in the armor of battle. Thy intelligent form, deep in its immensity, appears .inged with blood. But, Mother, in Thy inward nature there is a deep ocean of love that surges constantly. What fear, then. Mother! I have found Thee out Thou art that Merciful, Infinite Ocean of Love." 31. D. Conway, in Philadelphia Times. Josh Billings believes every has two handles. There is no hold on yesterday. Kew Orleans Picayune. s body-trembl- Hills to the Pacific coast has had representatives here, and the stranger coming into Kagle Citv is invited to look upon these worthies by the lot owuer who may have him in tow as proof positive that the new diggings are all that ha been claimed for them. The man-killfrom Deadwood, Tombstone, or the Comstock is pointed out very much as a eitien further Fast singles out tho buildings or public institutions of tho town of his residence iu which he takes a local pride. Of the many rough and ev en desperate characters whom one may -- oe on all sides, it has been noticeable for some time that comparatively few of them are altogether cruel and heartless. If there had not been a good deal of latent kindness beneath the-uninviting exteriors, there would have been untold suffering in this camp. Hundreds of fellows, with just mouey enough to get here, have been sustained by their more fortunate brethren for weeks. No broke man hesitates to a.sk for food, although many a one shows that begging is not to his liking. Some of these lunches aro tolerated for a time, and then roughly refused, when they are compelled to look np anothor er "HPis avcrygoiMI Jiiraiir" "How old are your "Older than I'm good. Now hush." "If you wasn't older than you are good you wouldn't want me to hush, would you? "Yes, I would. Lie dowu thoro now and go to sleep." "Was you ever married?" mu appointments filled at one time Cor 1 nell would inssess from this source alone512 students. Al'owiy Journal. PUM.KXT PA KAtillAPIIS. 1mc- OUU nnil "U .: W3 .. . . " aiiAioiis n im, 10 4Cn - ;"" ! l? 7n i7 mt a aA. JC"" in thnit MKWIWOJfVIir.x 11 .l.-.-T 1111-11 k. 1' uii nni' - WKijr o a, my father cut mo oft vvlth a shilling, aud it vvns a good deal of money, too, although I dkln't think so at the timo." Philwlelphin Call. Puck says that the only way to dozo when he asked: wash a mule is to stand on the other "Did you hoar that rooster crow?" side of tho fence and itso a garden hose. "I want you to hush now." Now, don't forget this. Every man "I was hushed then, but you want me ought to know how to wash a mule. to hush now, don't you?" Boston Poi. "Yes, I do." "Wagner Concerts" aro becoming "Can a rooster whip a turkey?" tho rage in this country. The trouble "Yos," sinking to sleep. with such concerts is, that about four-fift"Is it wrong to eat a dove?" of the audience sit through thecn-tir- e "Yos," stiHsinking. performance wondering whon tho "Did Jacob throw the angel down?" members of the orchestra are going to "Yes." almost gone. get through tuning up their instru"Could you throw one down?" ments. Xorristown Herald. "Yes." "Dear me, Mrs. "No you couldn't," shaking hor, "no Blunt, howSquintyou Contrive to Mrs. is it hold you couldn't" your ago so well? I declare! you look "Couldn't do what?" awaking with as young as you did twenty years ago." start Mrs. Blunt "I don't know, unless it is "Throw an angel down." that I escape a great deal of care by at"I didn't say I could." tending to nobody's business but my "Yes, vou did." own." Mrs. Squint "Yes, that may "Didn't." be it; but, poor thing! you can't find "Did." much pleasure in living, can you?" Old Miss Bcaslcy sprang out of bed, The little brother camo quietly of the stairs and rushed to the head into the parlor whore Mr. Featherly called Mr. Mulkittle. was making an evening call, and after "What's tbjfmaUor up there?" thfsTtrining rascal conic down looking eagerly around remarked to "Make "Aunt Jane is mistikcn." from here. K you don't. I'll go out his sister: is it?" his sister asked "What and sleep in the barn. Never saw the pleasantly, patting the dear little fellow We- I'd rather sleep on a like in my on tho head, while Featherly gazed at hot "riddle.1' Arkanaic Traveller. the two in wrapt admiration. "I don't see any cap,'" he replied, "but Aunt Barbarous. Jane just said that you were in the imprisonment for debt is parlor setting your cap for Mr. Nominally, Philadelphia Call. abolished in this State by statute, butin Featherly." "Which am de propcrcst way Fo continue to incarcerate hurcalitv vvc ? yer say, Wo onc-ae-lf man bein2Shccause they are unablu to suppress de table,' Does 'Wo has dono or, liabilities. One of tho curi- eated at meet their one Austin osities of tbe hivv on this point has just ate at de table?"' a'ked unearthed in Monltccllo, Sullivan darkey of another, they being engaged been Four years ago a man in a grammatical discussion. As they County, arrested there on an execution for could not agree, the question was rewas to Uncle Moses for his decision, thirty dollars and tent to jail. Ho has ferred was: "In de case ob you two remained a prisoner, and which evcrsince of yon am rijrht" seems to be quite content with his lot niorrahs. noneproper way to say. We "What am de and the care the law has bestowed Uncle Moses?" unon him. Special legislation has boon cated at de table.' sich cattle as you "Do two order to havo the man liber- propcrcst vvav for invoked in '"Wo fed at de troft' " ated, Senator Low having introduced a am to say, bill in the Legislature empowering tho Texas Sittings. Sheriff to turn the insolvent debtor out Couldn't Stand the Remedy. . What is needed is a general law covering such cases. It is not in Ludlow A miserly, unkempt old man, 'who Street Jail alone that men have been kept confined for years because they could had been sick for some time, called on not pay their debts, but the practico to a doctor, and after telling his sy.mptouis imprison insolvent debtors seems to asked what he should do. "Well, sir, you mu-- t take a cold bath have contributed a fair share to the of the jails all over the State. every morning." inmates "What, wash all over every day?" The Legislature should make haste to Yes." awav with this relic of barbarism. do "Will I die if I don't do it?" JV. I. Sun. hs "Why?" "None of your business." "'('auso nobody didn't want you?" "If you don't hush I'll got" up aud call your father." "An' tell him to spank mo?" "Yes, I will." "Did you love anybody 'fore vou was wrinkled?" "Willie!" "Ma'am?" "Didn't I tell you to hush?" "Yessum!" "Then why don't you do it?" "'Cause I will." "If vou don't I'll call your fathor." Ho lay for a time in deep thought Old Miss Boasley had just began to "No." The Queen of Tahiti, while visiting latoly a Paris institution for deaf mutes, said that in her island the infirmity was unknown. X; V . V maidon, "I've made up my mind never to marry. If I had a busband I think it would break my heart if he'd call me old woman." It doesn't cost anything to remember the poor, but if you want the poor to remember you it will cost you something. Whitehall Times. "Mother." said a Philadelphia "Yos," said Um tramp, mournfully, Giovanna Celli, an Italian at New York, married a dark-eye- d daughter of his native land the other afternoon, and hanged himself before right, saying he had intended for two years past to kih himself, and thought this was a jpod timo to do U AT. Y. Sun. "You certainly will." "Well, doctor, 1 ajn't able to walk down town; will you go and get a preacher and an undertaker? I'll go tome and get ready to see them. You may send your bill to my administrator and ho will settle it after I'm gqno. Good day."- - -- Boston PosL - - Kra nmnim. iiigL'jfffmjpj jm nmwi 'Charles, yon arc no diplomat you tell a lio with tho awkwardness that should belong only to truth. You are not engaged, unless to that musty, strong old meerschaum of yours. Say you will come." "Madame, I do protest that nothing " is such a bore to mo "Say you'll come, Charles, rromisc, if you would avoid a scono." "Ah, coorcion, is it? Well, I promise that I won't," and ho retreated buck-war- d with a graceful cflbrt at escape. She made a feint of pursuit, and ho threw up both hands. "I'll come I'll come! But I shall stay just one half hour mark! just one half hour." "Very well. As you pleaso." Wanda in her blue dross that evening was more than ovor like a In her maidenly slimuess sho had an breezy and sunny. air of Even Bertha, glanciug out of her thickets of dark lashes, was not so alluring. lsurnliam came onrlv, with a suspi- cious appearance of having given tremecaro to his toilet. There was a lonjr delnv in the arrival of some important porformors, and conversation took the place of music. Wanda fell to Burnhain' s share. She was naive and a bright Uilker. "So vou like Chicago?" he said, after some prefatory skirmishing. "It is a nice place." "Ah I should scarcely apply that flax-flowe- ' Nevor papor a wall over old papor. This may be removed by dampening it with saleratus and water. Dairymen havo found that oat midKENTUCKY HICKMAN. dlings are one of the best rations that Why Bortha Hogel, any one uld canto fed for the promotion of tho know you camo from the country!" THE HUMORIST'S WIFE. milk yield. "But I surely do, Wanda," and ft Every farm should havo a root slap in the dark testified to her conv,c-tioIt's nlco to bo a humorist. part of a rotation. as crop And have a little wife. crop cleans the laud of Who, when your brain with 'yrand Weo" A root The voice road on and an 3 an i rui Ana tur.ciui woods and furnishes an abundance of Hoth "break you up" una drive the point hour, perhaps, though it seemed muca Completely from your head, food for farm animals. N. T. Times. longer. fly yelllnsr In staccato tones: Fresh grated cocoanut is considered "Hero shall they Ho till famine and .1 j: Ji liVd bJUU VV"W ." .v.. by sonio cooks a welcome addition to tho ague eat them up," it lroncd. 1 t'3l03 to every 'funnyman" plain ieo cream. It should be put in Lertha began to laugh out of sheer bon wrestlmir with a Joke, and niixod with the cream after that his rambling thoughts. disquiet- AndbmshlaK-uBetween Sliakcspctre and ByjjIvinpAU hair a poKe, has commenced to freeze mosquitoes she was getting hysterical. To'naveVVhen'inspiratiou'e goal Joseph Allou, in the Ohio Fanner, Macbeth doth niiirderVle'ep!" S'0 doth acquire, At last he wife jo cry: "Lookout! recited, in exact imitation of the voice. thinks a farmor might ns woll attompt "Tho "baby'snearthe flrer They were to dodge death and taxos as escape tho giris and knew a good many odds and ends'.' blisfl.when you come home nt night results of unwise or unkind treatment It's court-thbounding Muse To A sudden prompting seized Wanda, of his cow or other stock animals. To find your little wife on deck m whom an amusing impulse was sure And tinctured with the blues: To make milk gravy brown, stir a Then when you fain would sling yourself lamj tablespoonful with a spoonful of """" ;m ' from the bed,impatient one. ",-In realms of witty verse. slipped To have her talk "sprinjr bonnots" and took her parasol, butter; when thoroughly mixed melt in she remembered to hnvn stood in Distract you 'bout your "purse." a saucepan, and let the butter and flour the corner, and with the handlo rapped rStill. all you boys who brightly shlco eook anil become browned before imperatively upon the wall that sepWith "Faber' and with pen, the milk in. Chicago Journal. , And In tho columns ot the press arated them from their tormentor. Are much admired by men In a recent address at. Columbus, Sharp, vigorous strokes sho made-th- ree: In seriousness I know that you Chamberlain Secretary d . Would give up all in life. an interval, then three more. "Why you see w long as l belie ved 0., the use of glazed instead of 'Before you'd part with her you lover-TAn absoluto hu;h ensued. it was that fat old gentleman 1 felt sort darling little wife ! tiles for as tho With his feet on the table, a cigar Jef Jotlyn, in Hatchet. of justified, because well. I supose fornie-- will last a lifetime, or longer, that had gone out between his ringers, beeau!e ho is old, and fat. and wheezy." whita llM water, practically, enters and the drop light arranged to tie best "And now?" HOW SHE BEGAN. at the points between the tiles at any advantage for the eyes, sat Mr. Charles term." "Now it is different." Burnham. "We like it. But perhaps I cannot "I had a bettor right to disturb people rateExcellent fried cakes to be eaten It was a stranj;o experienco for two sorbed in his Ho had been mujh abwarliko part, was .flushed juuge as well as you. ' out from the than if I had been more advanced in white freh are made of young girls this going n "It is a brutal" place" this sid to years and more corpulent9 That is cr&& a largo pinch of two and flour quiot of their isolated homo into tho with true amntour zeal, and fas exsalt bustlo and danger of a great city; periencing that triumphant sensation of provoKo controversy. your logic, as I understand it." oneHh to make a dough that can But Wanda was "too joyous to bo a stranger still that they shoidd have mastery one can so harmless yet so "If you tense mo I shall be glad I did trolN- - Cut with a fancy cake cutter be very good lUtener. Sho did not hood it. " do it. But Aspiration satisfactorily indulge in in solitude. been allowed-tI Miffr inin hmlinar Innl iiiioh iUna umJ The sound of the gavel "CAti1uc him the cynical speech. She just at and Ignorance are a start' in either hand enene--Mo "I for ono am not sorry mHI Warm dip thorn into pow-i- s to order was most unexpected. He that iu&tant, giving a smiling attention to tho youug. a line disciplinarian. It was ncaraTdered sugar. They may be Neither Wanda nor Bertha had any knew very well who was in that room. to something Bertha was saving to a like being henpecked than any thin-- 1 with lemon or with lose. Theflavored House, idea that theirs was an unusual venture. Mine. Miiller was his friend and had devoted admirer near at hand, mtrn-ha- can imagine It was delightful." hold. caught this fragment: They took leavo of home almost ga'ly, told him all the circumstances of thoir Garlhe gives the Northand if an emphatic tear or two de- coming as well as their history. "It was like Wanda to do it exactly Two years after that, when one fik west Mr. Isaacthe following direction for Far imr This was not tho introduction to the like her." manded recognition it was but curtly June morning the preparations for i making a bushel crate for shipping The young man laughed, and Wanda Double weuuing wero ail completed n pretty strangers which his fancy had and impatiently given, while tho potatoes to market: For the ends ue mapped out. He, a lonely bachelor and Bertha laughed too. icklcst smile received the distant Kansas an inch boards, cut 12 Inches square. lawyer, had allowed himself to feel "What is it that was so charactertistic t roe-re- d anda stood in confusion For slats uso half-inc-h stuff, :i inches "It is the loveliest day I ever knew," curious about thorn and interested in of Miss Hegel?" asked Burnham. be looked at bv her wide, putting three slats at the bottom them. He had speculated as to their said Wanda. "Bertha caa't get over a funny thing husband, Burnham whispered, "Wand of tho crate, and three side. n And the patient, mother possible future acquaintance, and had that happened when we first came you bognn your authority over iuc n in The crate, w ben finished,ou each measshould said: "Yes; I think it is an omen;" at already in his imagination become a here," answered Wanda, evasively. a parasol-handlnow it does nl ure twenty inches long, outside measure. and hero in relation to thorn. He had even "It seems to have made a great impres- require even so much as the tap of youi which both girls laughed, finding These crates. Mr. Garthe claims, are in their mother's gentle super- beon on the lookout with his door ajar sion on her." Ian nor scarcely the weight ol youf the most convenient size for loading a when thoy arrived, and had beon destition. "It is no secret. 1 see she has told linger to control me. What is thfl wagon box. The train moved off. The little group lightfully conscious in spite of provin- Mr. Cuthbert. May I not hear it?" iwwer, dear?" Pumpkins and squashes requiro on the plat! orm tho quaintly, dingily-dresse- d cial dross and a generally dusty exterior, "Waudn will be sure to leave out the He knew without asking. C. Ai less cultivation than almost auy of the mother, tho burly, prosperous of Wanda's tall fairness and of Bertha's best part of it," interposed Bertha. Cardinal, in Chicago Tribune. Ami she went on to give a piquant accrots raised in the field or garden. father, and the pretty sis- tripping grace. There is cheapness ami profit in using count of Wanda's poreuiptory action terdisappeared as they roundod a The decision of that parasol-handl- e Thrift Defended mid Commended. them for feeding stock during the fail curve, and the two wayfarers were against his wall confounded him. It the night of the reading, making ery Both the ability to make money ufi and early part of winter. Squashos literally paralyzed him for tho time merry over it ami embellishing it with launchedupon their voyage to an tne disposition to save it are nighi; make an invaluable fed for fowls being. But if he could have witnessed full details. port, I eople say, every da during the winter. They require some "And wo know who it was," she commendable. and the sun the convulsions of laughter on tho other It was fchown red through the smoky air. side at the instant success of thoir added, "for lie has glowered at us ever "If 1 were able. 1 would do so and so. fresh food, and in many places it is 'Miles upon miles of cornfield? flew past, measures he would have died rather since. But we have had no more the- They then realize what they loso by nf( easier to supply them with squashes Few men have reachi than anv other fruit or vegetable. Pumpbeing able. great expanses of rolling prairie melted than come to that sudden halt. atricals." and vanished, ns on they clattered, and "Did he read well?" asked Cuthbert. middle age without having seen chaac( kins fed iu connection with corn to fat"O, Bertha," said Wanda, smotherrumbled.-.ansped. It was a monot ing her faco in hor pillow for fear her "He read loud." said Wanda. "He to engage iu promising enterprises etr tening hogs have a salutary effect upon cent lor lack of capital capital th the health of the animals, who will put ony of tnotion to a throbbing, endless laugh should bo heard, "I'm afraid tried to road well." tune of engine and wheels we vc stopped his breath so quick we've "Perhaps he's in training for tho they would not stand iu need qf h on more fat in a given time, and make they been saving. Every right-min- d a finer showing tbau under the old liko it," said Bertha. killed him! Now we uover shall go to stage." . JJIt is the beginning of music," said sleep! And I do hear a mosquito, BerBoth girls, with the plethoric oltl gen- man must be sick of listening to U system of almost exclusive corn feeding. Cleveland Leader. Wanda. tleman of the dining-rooin mind, flings that are made at rich men, simpl; tha." because t hey are rich. It is rebuRlo This jonrney had another motive Burnham shut his book with dis- laughed merrily. economy ami thrift, for few men, lio tha pleasure. It had work; it had the heartened quiet and went sheepishly to Burham's face was rim&oa. Hail Horse Shoeing. futuroi Life on tho groat Kansas farm bed. No further whisper camo from "Was it quite kind," ho said, "to ever large their income, become It is allowed on all sides and by every with its and himthat night. Ho never remembered put such a speedy check upon en- unless thev possess the.se qualities. I. authority that the common diseases oi it bi- - retained in mind, too, that might be satisfactory to the middlo-age- in his life to have been so summarily deavor ?" "S)edy?" replied Wanda; "he had profligacy of the many make the fe the hoof are the result of shoeing, and especially as the profits wero so silenced and suppressed. He was outrich. If ever)- - man and woman wou yet it is equally certain that bat very substantial-anc- f Bethe dotails of manage- raged, indignant. "Two little country been going on nearly all night. few horses in oar manner of using all that he or she could, th ment so absorbing, but this new gener- minxes rapping on my wall to keep me tween him and the mosquitoes Bertha would be le.ss money to flow into them can work continuously without ation was born with a stomach for still." was almost frantic" shoes. The object of a rational treatculture. Painting, music, He mentally set himself dowu as a "Pray tell ine who he is." pleaded coffers of the "bloated bondholders he their diot, having fool for stopping. Then why had he Cuthbert not o much interested in There are a doen persons, who do ii ment must, therefore, be to prepare tbf already nibbled at those dainties, with not gone on? Ho could not tell. The what Bertha should say a in the soft practice the habit of saving, to one w feet and he them in such a manner a all the relish of inexperience, in their pause having once boon so markedly sheet lightnings of her eyes in the say- does, consequently the money from tip not to interfere with nature more than dozen pockets is gradually going hip ie necessary. local schools and clubs, made it was "clearly impossible for him ing of it. When iron is nailed upon living orThe parents counseled togothor over to resume. Indeed, the paue itself Ah. no," said Wanda, shaking her the one. the wishes of their daughtors. There was an admission that ho had been head: "that would be unfair. No math-- r how small a salary a mp ganism there is an interference with the It is the method get-- , he should make an effort to savda procf sees of nature, and enough that we know." was' money enough. Why not send making a nuisanco of himself. ' 4 hem to a city for the sake of better adFurther conversation there could not portion of it. and, barring sickness p employed should be careful and thoughtAfter whatscemed interminable wakeg The whole vantages? There was Mmc. Mullor, fulness tho sisters finally found sleep. be, as the nitisicibegan. other misfortune, he can usually do i. ful. world bears witness to the abuses of an old acquaintance of their youth, as young senses will, in spile of strange" ex- - The avings of one week may be sni-iIluruham's "just one who, early left a widow, had maintained ness for the tho worst mosqujtQ they had tendd to miduight. Wanda's figure at but tne savmjrs ot many count n most part, but unintent'onal icnorance ff!rself bv teachimr musio in Cliionfro. over and tho result of oncuiintarod In tliuir ltfes. Tim the piano was as supple and graceful a Saving may b an effort at first. nd had made a modest fortune out of wakeful night fell to Mr. Bnrnham's thing- to watch ns a cyinV's e ouil nnaiiv it upcomns easv. and uot oi fBd the praotitf of tradition and rou i tine. There a- ln.onO.Oon of horses in Why not confer with her? And there" might have It doe. not lot. And in the morning, instead of desire. eis but a plca-urShe was applied to forthwith. In waiting to see the young ladles come worse sounds than her prettv ln ing. for stinginess or meanness It calls for this country that are continually shod. But to Burnham there was a thorn of came this letter: "Send the forth, as he had planned to do, he aband thoiiglitfuluess. Money The cosr must be at least ten "dollars girls to me for a year. I live in a hotel, breviated his toilet of its usual whistling wounded vanity in all the swetue.s. is tho right hand assistant of the nobler each, making a tax on horse owners at "Von behaved very uicely," said aspiration-- of humanity. The rich good $100,000.oo per annum. If this is also .but X will take charge of them and and whisk-brooand wont out without Mine. Muller next morning. "And it man is of more account in the world an injury to the efficiency of horses, as them. The very room they need even a glance at thoir door. is vacant. Shall I engage it?" When Mmc. Midler's voice aroused would take more than your lawyer's than the poor good man The former some contend, it is time it was abolished, i The answer was: "Engage tho room. them long after Some eight o'clock they were logic to make ine believe you didn't is he who builds hospitals, schools, or a better method Tha girls will come." able soon to make themselves visible. enjoy it. So, to pay you for your pa- churches and galleries of art. ITw horses with opeeiaUy strong fet can And now they wore actually on their and when ready for broakfast showed tient attention to so much piano, come plans and desires of the other slop travel without shoes, a large number wav. small trace of travel stain or fatigue. in this evening again for a quiet game short of fruition. It is a discredit tea can be used part of the time with hare Jlegel was their name Wanda and They had quite forgotten the night's of whist. My young ladies have made mau U spend his money foolishly. feet, otho s with weak hoofs must very creditable progress in that as Many a young man thinks it gives hint always be shod. Berth Hegel and this the picture they funny iucident. made stated together in tho railway car: It w no valid argument to point out well." an efevatel standing in the of soThe dining-roolooked to thorn No demur now no bcincy, no ox- - ciety if he scatters his money with a that the most civil. zed nations of ancient The .were of pure German stock, a church congregation, and in like though,for two generations transplant- novelty of everything they might tho cuaos. He would come. lavish hand. It does not, except in the times in Southern Europe did not shoe He hated the charm that held him, pyes of the poorest part of society. It their horses. The fact that they did ed into American soil. Wanda had the have recurred to it at all hall not not an .rcaljllax-ilowe- r is evidence that he is "not rightly not is attributable to other reasons' than color of the Fatherland, apoplectic old gentleman at a table but he yielded to it. The next evening was an improve- balanced. That for which we give our the fear of injuring, the feet. Most of fbluo eyes and tow hair, while the pink near them begun a discourse on Booth 6f 'an'ancestry that drove their herds in "Hamlet-- p ment on the musical one very little strength and youth we should retain, il tho laborious work that we now put ' Something the convery pleasant talk. And possible. Money is the recompense for upon horses was then performed by up the mountain slopes to feed in sum- tinuous stress of his vorcoin reminded from that time forward Mme. Muller, labor, and labor demands our strength asses and mules, while horses wero mer and set their jrirls to watch them. Wanda of their neighwith her strong tenden y toward match and consumes our youth. The result paly used for war and light work. thus securing the finest oxygenation of bor. the bloodjfglowed on brow and cheek making, made opportunities without should not be frittered away. Chicagc The light, soft soil of those counis our reader." she whispered tries, too, had much to do with the fact and foumf a ruddy efflorescence in the to "That "I recognize his voice. He number for the young people to be to- OttrraU. Bertha. that shoe, were not used. When the barontho other hand, was has been constantly staring at us. He gether. With her as chnperone they lJ.'is barians, however, swept down from tho 'smaller and dark, with dense, shy lashes will diilikc us very much." went to operas and theaters together, A Cat's Kcmnrkablc Instinct. North and overran tho Southern coun-trio- s over her eyes, so heavy that someand to various other gala places. They heard Mine. M tiller address him they brought with them, among The rapidity with which the foline thing of a muscular exertion seomed as Mr. Forsythe. But when penitential Lent came on she bentrae obdurate and strict, and tribe increase and multiply i woll other customs, that of protecting the actually necessary to lift the lids. She They gave a few days to general was a clear brown and had delicate recusing known, despite the nightly raids made hoofs of their horses by pieces of iron. made them all g and then their lessons be- them any public miserable by Tho necessity of doing this aroo with ,br6wn ;hands. with empty pleasures. They had already discussed Chicago gan. They rented a piano and altor- "Lot's form a little club amongst our- and other convenient missiles. A fow thorn from the hardness of their froeu rounds and tho length of the wint irs. so exhaustively during their prepara-tionstha- t, nateu in their practice hours. They selves," said Cuthbert one evening, months ago a family living iu Lofferts hey found that the front portion of though it was now so soon were industrious and ambitious and im- "for tho study of something Shak- place, Brooklyn, took into thoir housetojbeconie a reality, thov had nothing proved their time fully, resting only in speare, for example since we must hold a couple of young cats. It wa? tho hoof was the part liable to wear fmonrtosay of it. True" to their prat" the latter part of the day and in the moatify flesh and spirit according to a not long before the number hail in- down, and, accordingly, a method was tical.trainingthey beguiled the time by evening. creased to eleven. A half dozen of invented of nailing theiroii shoe on in canon." One day Mr. Burnham, who had igniaking-sensib- le the young members of the tribe found such a way as to protect it- - We at the comments about the Buruham blushed. country they passed through, its fertil- nored their very existence, came home . "Burnham, I heard once you had watery graves, but the others wort present time are likewise obliged to ity and adaptability to various crops, its at an early hour, half frantic with proclivities for the staire that you half spared through tbe tearful appeals ol shoe our horses, and bv so doinsr we deficiencies compared with the Kansas nervous headache brought on by the thought of forsaking tho law for tho tho little ones in the family, with whom increase their utility a'thousnndfold. I'his being so, tho "question at once "Vandor-bilt.farm ami the general loneliness and perplexing conduct of an eccentric drama. Is it so?" they wore great favorites. desolation of its homes in contrast with client. a large black and whito cat. was arises, how can we do this without inIt was so; lie had indulged such a The piano was in full blast a duet- dream, but it had been rudoly dis- - a particular pet in the household, and juring the feet? I may remark right the centralized and important characwith to was his first intimation that there pellod. perfect truth, that tho he fared almost as sumptuously as his here, ter of their own. are, "I don't see anv farms like ours, do was such an instrument in his neighbor"O," ho answored evusivoly, "I millionaire namosnko in Fifth "avcaue. Amcricar farriers orexception of tho youWaada?y was Bertha's keynote. hood. He some A few days ago the head of the house- with the possible all stage-struc- k at a piauo in anv but think we are "No; none so pleasant and hold determined to rid the house of the I'rench, the best in the world. Prof. a master's hands; indeed, he disHkcd period in our lives.' d for, I am sure," was Wanda's refrain. everything amatour, except, perhaps, "Well, you ninst have given some at- entire feline family, and on Tuesday Wood, in a lecture delivered in in described art if Fluent recourse to a bountiful his own rondering of Shakspeare. He tention to'the study of thoyourself toyou last a man livingmiles tho suburbs of this city a short time ago,existing, as Brooklyn, several lunch-baskdistant, called very vividly the abuses kept them from bein al- was very much out of tamper when roally purpose I devoting ho most dreary. Ah me I thirty-si- x us a sample of whatyou can do." at the house, put the five cats in a bag, riers. claimed, among American farhours he heard it and felt tempted to put a Now, as a matter of fact, the tied it securely, placed tho bag ki a 01 imsitcoious expectancy was imWd summary stop to it, rcmemberin-ou." joiuod "Yes, lot us hear with barrel, and drove awav. Tho cats tverc abusos mentioned by him exist almost securing esthetic advantages at the cost uncosmopolitan bittern ssthoquietus he Wanda. had .suffered England and not in this of great fatigue! But it passed; and jnstl ? 8flered-fo- r an oftense not half so "Do, please, Mr. Burnham," urged takon to a family who rats, and the wbflly in no vurnry. pointed out that one great depredations from atnightfall-othe second day they saw hel,nous. He weut so far as to seize tho Bertha. field appeared to bo an interesting one great evil was that the back parts of poker, quite capable, if desire was auy me ."cioua by day" of Chicago. 's A desperate resolution ontored tho horse's shoo were raised in such a heart; it was a crisis of all his for tho felines. meir coming nau Deen arransred for measure ot capacity, down None of tho animals had ever been wav as to depress thr toe unnaturally m,ajl its details, and in duo time they tho partition. , secret mortification, self scorn and vexBut, instead, he slammed out of his ation. Sweet as those girls were ho away from the house further than i anil cramp tho whole foot, just ns a door, went to the ofiice parlor, their dinner eaten, and Mme. He block or two, and to mako mattert woman's foot is cramped and injured by in a fic rage, would put them to confusion. shoes. This worse apparently for "Vauderbilt," tho wearing of demanding at once to be transferred to would read from Mtiljer'.) final instructions and ho was sufl'oring with a lame leg, sc evil is one that exists in England, but given. Then they were for the another part of the house, muttering He leisurely got down from Mme. it was with difficulty he could fortunately is not found in tins country. first time alone, and prepared to o to piano. His Mullers book'enso n battervd old copy that his way about the house. Another practice quite common in Enmake His lingo. points fairly of Shakspeare rSt fit ontje. " v"iiicu. wuu. """A pillow was more welcome Nothing was heard or seen of any of gland is that of fitting the shoes upon In this untownrl ty, . nuivered as he turned the leaves. He to either while and burning head than a new Paris bonnet would did Fate caue imiw...: i:f.'i:o, deliberate I; road now and then a icw- - the en Us until Frida ovoniiig about ten Eorses as it were, with tho hoof. The. have been. And they went straight to foVhTf Which,at eled line: halted at this rare speech. o'clock, when a loud caterwauling was them, Vue time were likely bed without'the usual girl loitering over lingered with lover s greed over that; hoard at the roar basement door, Teat evils of such a practice can only be appreciated through a correct unthetoilqt, and. finally cleared decks for action at followed bv a terrific scratching. Upon the door being opened "Van. derstanding of the anatomy of the , "O. dear oh, dear!" sighed Wanda. I., Scene 111. Dnniitni'tne. Act merPcd int0 winter. Wanda derbilt bounded in. and, as far as the horse's fooU From a Lecture by John " "Homesick, Wanda?" and Bertha had picked im w!th fnrlish Enter Macbctli, Doctor ami Jlkn-lanlsE. Bttssell, in Boston. "No, only dead tired." ITiV UnnfA.. rrnvt nnlitn nhntitmn Ito cat could possibly do, manifested hi f Sty e in tlress mKnner, His re-h!a- own home and yet Tm almost sure I and their provincialisms and rapidly subdued himself properly at the outset, W' ftt bc,u "! lo. . A Cure for Drunkenness. shanjt sleep, I feel so fidgety." turn was warm IV welcomed by the .r.,.w;il forunr f Mrae.Mullet! u... -- .....,1 juvenile members of the household, "It must oe ten q'clock. They're relative, he ordered his "banners on tho outer and be was generously cnterta:ned. There is a prescription in use in Enabed long ago at home." Wanda's fac3 had been inef- wall." m. Was' had gland for the cure of drunkenness by de "Yes-o- b, ' dear of course thev arc. fectual attempts to introducemany in color and The return of the companions ha the young gradually deepening doubtless been delayed by a couple of which thousands are said to have been "Mother is lonesome, too, I know." people, but he kept well out of rcach Bertha's was like a ripe cherry. enabled to recover themselves. The kittens which were with them, but This memory made them both silent But Burnham was past blushing now; entiro family will, it is expected, the recipe came into notoriety by the efforts be lull of vehicles on tho street made herdeDStimeSbedid-tachiCT- Oi .A ho had bearded these two kittens in back in their old quarters of Mr. John Vine Hall, commander of audible the rumble and grumble of the ,?"rnhaa is in love," re- - their den, and his spirit roc in propor- The question that the family is tryirio the Great Eastern steamship. He had Bertha's qaiok ear caught the flecteS c??!? I,Ule roand' tion to his daring. to solve is how "Vnndcrbilt" managed fallen into such habitual drunkenness Bouna. at might bo the hrst threat of lad,. in whoso "Bravo. Bravo!" applauded Cuth- to find his way home, a distance ol that his most earnest efforts to reclaim nature th clement of an earthquake. finance was of all bert and Madamo when he had con- three miles, while suffering severelj himself proved unavailing. At last he "WijatJs tfat?" she said, starting other qualities. largely ' o cluded, somewhat heated an I wrought from hi' sore leg. Another curion sought the advice of an eminent physifoolishly. Wanda had almost bemn to unsocial, so brusque all up. Bertha gave a guilty start and fol- fact is that when he returned the cian, which he followed faithfully" for " doze. influence, I see." lowed suit with a tender clapping of wounded leg was enti?ely cured. H( several months, that at the end of that "Why do you ask me?" she spoko up jt hand-- . But she u. But Wanda was silent. w:tL;considerable tomtw. .r don't .. i. vf,. v"area Wra one morning. disappeared immediately upon arriving time he had lost all deire for liquor, As soon as Burnham had let himself at his now home and was three days or although he had been for many ear-le- d yo1.1 aro an adept at know any better than vou." .!' t,;,!! captive by a most debasing appetBertha cuddled down rebuked, and th?a ,?... "? .?U?U not escape me down an octave or tw in his emotions the road. There is talk of cnterinc he ventured a furtive glance at Wanda. ,. .. L bnau hold vou here tried to sleep. In an arfinimmr nm ...Vanderbilt" for the next walking ite- The recipe which ho afterwards Her eyes were full of tears. published, and by whichso many other match at Madisou Square garden.--Worlvoicc.which they had for some time 'fa n com? epIe "ntl1 V Pr0m"e Ah. what a brute ho had been to redrunkards havo been assisted to reform, been vaguely conscious of, began to int N? this even-taksort to such an unmanly reveuge. What is as follows: Sulphate of iron, twenty Not BV8Vrf op definlttu.cn and emph.a1is.as a sfengU, of prior would he not give to beg her pardon. Mr. Jones, a New York street orains; magnesia, forty grains; pepperscene in Macbeth roused the reader to feS ei8agonicnt me." drams; spirits of nut "Go on," cried Cuthbert. "that's not preacher, collects large audiences by mint, forty-fol Ho does uncommonly giving away coffee, sandwiches and metr, four drams. Dose, ono CD"0? i wish that old ' PtonoJn,U!'10, : half enough. man would stop " well, docsn ' I he, Mis Wanda;?" twice a day. Toledo Globo soap. GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. n. rnj-juo ThetEiclaiian Courier. his reading," exclaimed Wands, with growing petulance. myL so do I'" moaned Bertha. .. hear a mosquito, WndV springing nervously into a sitting Future. r,' r. e high-scho- ol fudd-growt- h, o " 1 ex-th- at i Donsensc, sneorcd Burnham, "it's sheer bombast. I can't read don't ask me. Let's talk of something else." No amount of flattery or persuasion could induce him to go on aftor having mado Wanda cry. Ho pnt tho book back in its place. "Sing, please, Miss Bertha thoro'i nothing like music," he said. A blast of north wind seemed to hare blown over them, so chilling was the influence that had fallon. They lost sight of the fact that they were about to form a club for mutual improvement. Three of them knew where tho iCy breath came from, but Cuthbert wac ln ignorance. "U lints tho matter? You all seem to havo been stricken with kind of thunderbolt." Bertha hastened to the piano. Sho was not usually so willing to sing. lSurnhnni sought Wanda on the sofa. Sho did not wait for him to sneak. "It was you who wero reading in the room next to ours the first night we came to this house. It was very rude in me to rap on the wall, but "it was ruder still to laugh about it afterward. I was always ashamed of it, but never so much as now." "Why more ashamed now than ?" FAIUl AM) FIRESIDE. put-Un- "' ' recom-menilo- he un-glua- under-drainag- e, r le Tooth Drawing Extraordinary, Tho fashionnblo and eccentric physician. Dr. Monsey, who lived in Sir Bobcrt Walpole's time, took so keen a delight in drawing teeth by this particular process that, in the absence of a IHttient with a fee for the service.ho would sometimes bo his own dentist, and operate on himself from a pure love of art. Tho process was this: Round tho tooth to be drawn the doctor fastened securely a strong piece of catgut, to the other end of which a bullet was attached. A pistol having lwen charged with this bullet and a full measure of powder, the operation was performed effectually and speedily. The doctor could rarely prevail ou his friends to let him remove their teeth in this singular and startingly simple manner. Once a gentleman, who had agreed to mako trial of tho novelty, ami had even allowed the apparatus to be adjusted, turned craven at the last moment. "Stop! stop!" he exclaimed, "I've changed my mind." 'But I haven't changed rnine.andyou are a coward for changing vours," answered tho doctor, pulling the trigger. Even at this distance of time ft would be pleasant to discover that tho patient of this comedy was his grace of Grafton, and that, to revenge himself foF the loss of a place in the Lord Chamberlain's gift, the operator attached the catgut to the wrong tooth. Leisure Hour. . Ttts best test of a traaaa Irfe h amount of good it has been and dorwfln to otners. nnkbam may bo given a 8e!Oi0' nnor among those who hare helped change sleknws into health, and to transform the darkness of snBnrinx Into the sunshine of rest and hope. "' c- . j Tmc roan ho pursues the even tear of his way never commits a bass act. Bos' ton Budget. ' WONDERFUL CURES OF K1PNEYD1SEASES AND DOES TUfk (J o Cj Mas. Awx Laoocr, of Nw Orleans, T,t a Bon who has been lici for writes: "I ! twoyeftrs;hehasbeenattcdcdbyourlod- ing physicians, but all to no purpose. Wa bad in thehouseabottleof Dr. Wx. Hall's IUL8AM roa the Lunos. Wo adminis- tered it and he was instantly relieved." ArATER announces that a star octerwlH Thousand Miles Away." Ah 1 Slay "Ten would I Lynn Item. only : LIVER COMPLAINTS, , Betama It cU on the LITEK, BOWELS aid K1DXEIS at the name tlmt. Zeaai it c1ew.se th rritea cf the pedaon. out huaors VtuX dsrelop la Kidney and Urinary IXaeaaes. BOionsneu, Jaondlea, CosaUpa-tlorilea, or ln Baeomaturs, NeuTalffla. Mer-vo- n, sa daordexa and all Female ConpUlcU. ' orsom moor or this. "JTe take pleasure in informing tbe public of tbe meriU of Papillon Catarrh Cure. It will cure Chronic Catarrh, Cold in tho and for Hay FeTerno Head, remedy is ft effective. It has cured hundreds of cases. Bold by druggists. Roee-oold, IT V7TLL SUIIELT CTJILB CONSTIPATION, PILES. and RHEUMATISM, Br canaing TSSS ACTIO!. cf all the orrana to throw off disease. revtorisc tha normal THOUSANDS Or CA8E9 the iront forms of these terrible cUseaaea cf have been Qiiiciy reueved, rod ln a ahort time CLEAPJSiKC tho BLOOD power and fonctlanj, thercDr . A Slngulnr Phenomenon, phenomenon oc-enr- ed A well-beate- o w, m ileet-inge- st, effusive-encouragement- farm-hous- e, soon-to-be-- toil-wor- e, mor-rime- nt which accompanied Hie flash ras heard three or four miles around, ami all tbe houses shaken. Such wholesale de struction was never heard of before in tiat section. Philadelphia Press. m recently near Calesbnrg.in Hardin Habit, If not resisted, soon becomes necessity. Bnting is ono of these unfortuCounty, Pa. During the severe that was then raging, a bolt o nate habits. . lightning struck a chesnnt tree near the Ir you want n fine looking Face, place and entirely demolished it, with And a Skin roav and clear, TJsu "BE0-SnlphurSoap; all Trace tho exeeptioii of one limb. Tho trunk Of diai will disappear. and even the smallest branches were by!tirunisu, ee,, everywhere. shattered to splinters, the fragment!, scattered far and wide, some being drivThe fame that comes from hanging Is en into the ground and others hurled but hemp-tihonor. V. 0. Ilcayune. with inconceivable velocity for hun" Rough on Corns.' 15c Ask for it. Comdreds of yards in every direction. The plete cure,hard or soft corns,warts,bunlons. fatal bolt did not spare the roots in its 'ury, but followed one or two of the An actress is lUce a little girl in ono main ones a distance of fifty feet or Wbtn sho got mad she won't play. more, tearing the ground open in wide --X. r. .Dial. tracks. The tree was perhaps two feet Those CoiiPLAisio of Sore Throat or in diameter, fifty in height, and green HoarseoMs should use Bkowm's Bronchial with foliage. The clan of thunder Troches. The effect U extraordinary. raiu-Btorm I. most singular Mahte folks have a corner on apiuce gum. It is In th e corner of th mouth. Lowell Citizen. Horrors or Mineral 1'oljonlng. " I have been poisoned with Mercury and Potash !" is the tale of thousands who write our physicians in regard to treatment of Blood and Skin diKcnses, and it would seem that what they say must be true, for it is "with one acrord." If you have been poisoned In this wav or have any blood or skin disease or cancer, s'nd to us for Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases which will b .nailed free. TnE BWMT SfbCIMCCo., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. -- nunc, PERFECTLY CURED. i. uqriD or drt, 60ld rt DRrsauTS, Ury can be eent by iniiL WTEIig.mciIARDSO:. Co., Unrllnston,Vt. lad p for Vluj Ajueu for lSi. nx-a- gISi DR. DAVID e5iI KENNEDY'S I3T-So- ld e -- I'lenaant to Tnie, I'owerTiit to Cure, And "Welcome In Every Home. I Singers and speakers use tbem for clearing the voice. Hold only in bos. 25 ots. A and Philadelphia Buebo-paiba.- " fair X change Two Chronicle-Heral- five for a ten. KlSgMW , -- 'ffar half-grow- n, un-kjiq- mid-Octob- An Illinois town was agitated over the discovery of a new metal several times heat ief than lead, It was fouud in the house of a newly married couple. It turns out now to be the first effort of the bride at bread making. Ex. Signs in Canton. China: "Cat's flesh, one basin, ten cents. Black cat's flesh, one small basin, five cents. Black dog's grease, one tael, four cents. Black cat's eyes, one pair, four cents." Louisville Courier JrumaL From figures published regarding the variations of temperature produced in Europe by cyclones, it apears that during the winter cyclones bring wannet air, and colder air "during the summer. m Quick, complete cure, all " annoying Kidney and Urinary Diseases, 1. I' -f .1 L!VER al;ive lo-i- CURE! af- - TCennedr'a rTor-It-e Ir. Itcmeilr " adapted to i Ptst. A ZHOKKN idle The tramp. B ott on "BawilkonCotigh9''"1'''4'-- ' at Drurgtots. Complete owe Cough. Hoarseness, Sore Throat. !StivA rt ilieli.ood. nch a Kid ar tVraknea e It prorei i '.BCrnet where all total f'led So anfferer f hoald deplr an oafersVen as as renv dv tmir'.ed. ney, lllailder iiml I.lTer Complaint, I women. '.ree-fiothrmedl-rtnrsna.re'-or- d Zks&Z nn aid bnh sexes, t p- rmani-n- relief in rtv Ion? 1 of A csrkal story Bottom Post. The gr.-.i- n report. d jI Hale's Honey of Itorehound and Tar To a ooW is like oil on troubled waters. Pike's toothache dt op cur. m one minute. Skinny Men. " Write' Health Rencwer" health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia,?!. TAriLLOX Cough Care table syrup. A cure for Whooping Cough, that has never failed. By druggists. Is a delicious vege- ih's It hi is of ueeesj for many yeirs. and has wonhost r dlxeaie tnceabli! to Thmiier.i'-I'm J)r. Kennevly stake hliT.,ra .1 s.'.ina'r patarlon on the state-in- nt Mh: Fniorlte llemttly will do youcc-od-. Fraal" bT nil flrogirl.n. orwrttetoSr. David Kennedy, Itonilouf, X. "V. am fr'enda Are)uauff rlrir .;, m FAFI LLONi SKIN CURE, ! i m cattle-raisin- g corn-growi- " Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for risluNksworms.constipatien.tasteless. ter S d, . embroider-ami-French-niu- st Recent cxjeriineuts conducted by Professor Kcenig, of Berlin, show flia"t wiuin the range of the normal spectrum a healthy eye can perceive about three hundred diffcrefiw n color Public speakers and singers uso riso Cure for hoarseness and weak lungs. -- coitus or New York. f lama JtHKUMATlSSt AND ATICA. Pjsbkskiw.. N. . March 3, er BCI-1SSU Itkklng Health and "Well-Know- J.lf- - Mutement of n boat-build- I English-speakin- half-hour- -- f horse-shoein- g, - c-- . he-M- i e. - during the past winter wlh Rheumatism in my back and shoulder. I have used Allcock's PrA8TBR8 nod thy always relieve tbe pais. I hare used other plasters reommended by friends, but I find doddetUy tbe Umu YTo have used tbem in the faintly for some years, aad would not be without them. All-cock- 's living at l'ekkilL, hare lwn greatly troubled se IVm. R. OSEOHTf. CrOTON self-deni- i s m card-playin- g, sleep-destroyin- g This will certify Utnt BRAxmorrn's Pills and Allcock's Porous Plasters cured mo of a very severe attack of sciatica. I was taken with this severe pain on January 4, 1881, and, having tried various remedies without beneflt, I bethought me of the above named medicines. I toot two pill every night at nnd put flvs allcock's Poroos Plasters on my limbs. I had not used them ovor three days !efore I felt great relief, and in thirty days 1 was completely cured. They took nil th rheumatism out of my system. Thanking God first, and you secondly, I am truly yours, etc., E. Chase, Principal Public School, Croton Landing. When purchasing a Porous Plaster, bo ure to get "Allceck's." All other Porous PlMters are imitations. bed-tim- e, l.xsaixa, New Yorlr, Jan. SI, m. I 1 n Official of Lowell, Mask Chronic Kidney Disease Curud br Dr. David Kennedy's I'uvorito Itomedy, of Kontlout, ?;. Y. " I must ha vf other help or die," exclaimed CHy Assessor Francis (ioward, of Sumner street, Lowell, Mass., to his jthjrsician. Like so many other public men, Mr. Ooward was in early life strong, stalwart and a perfect stranger to physical inflnniues. Hut the oxette-raont- s M a buay l.fu. tho nervous strain ostt$ed .y business engaxemnM, together, The dtYelormeats of the treatment of Canesr with perhLpe, with some inherited tendency (for Swift's Specific aeem so wonderful, that all so aCleted tb tendency is often inherited) had made as. him, he says, "as must of my friends in Lowell should writ are aware, a groat sufferer from kidney trouCANCER for 14 YEARS. , bles. As a matter of course I procured tht i best of modi, al attendance, but without real SpiRTixnrito. S. C . March it ISSt. bffnenu" He also bad inflammation of tbe Ihareforlycrs bn a sufferer from n rnnnlrf prostate gland. I'tterly discouraged, he face that enrj'd.- - lird a Caxcib. I a dollar ln IK. DAVID KENNEDY'S sore on myover taw worth of BwMlelne and foandno or Rondout. N. Y. hare used FYVoniTK ki;3h:dy, relief Alnt f.nr monihs co I txiueht one bottle of That was two or three years ao. Underdnte Swiff tc 11 E. !! Inluh. and since ot Kt'b. 1.1, 1S4, he says: "My health i the here bontht rl re frm Dr utber. IIhave ten it. andthey hare ! as free from a Mr fare best it has been for years. I still uw FAVOIt-1T- E orxso Ms sonnd and w perfectly restored. JtLMEDYocouionally. I always keep soreasanybod'!. anu my health l lifted off ray hed. it in tbe bouco. I have bad many letters of I feel like furty rears had been EUZAT1KSLEV. Yuurs thankful'y, Inquiry about my caee, -- nd I always recomTreatise on Bkx! awl Skin Diseases malted free. mend it as one of the beet of medicines for such troubles, for 1 hat wed imtt ail vUter THE SWIFT SPEQFIC 00.. mediemr for imilar tronh!to irtthout benefit." Irawcr3, Atlanta. Oa. Such an emphatic endor-cmefrom such a K.T. OfSce, 1VIW JSdSt.bt 6tband7thATa. 6ource ought to bo perfectly convincing to all sufferers. Dr. Kennedy has wed r.VVOKlTU ItKUKDV Jn his practice fur twenty years. S THE It is" puroly vej?etablr, eafe, sure, eiheient if taken as airected. Try it. lanffiiaii-sacfmpan- An citernal means of curing Skin dlaeaaes. There is scarcely any eruption but will yiold to Papillon Skin Cure Ordinary pimples, redness, blotch e?, scurf, roughness, vanish as if by magre; while endurinjf Skin disorders, that have plagued the sufferers for yours, however deeply rooted, Papillon Skin Cure will successfully attack. It destroys tho anlmalcuLe which can.-- these unsiglrtly. irritable, painful affections, and produces a clear, healthy skin. It is a specific euro for salt rheum, eczema, tetter, hives, erysipelas, scrofula, wald-heapimples, sting-"-, rash, dandruff, barbrs-itcitch, plant poisoning and poisoned wounds, of tho skin. rlns-worsunburn and l'or piles, internal ItthinK, or blecdinff. and for all diseases of the skin, this romodyls a positive cure. Price, $1.00 per bottle, sir for 55.00. Direcevery bottle. tions in ten ZSTFor sale by ah h, til CANCER Sn-rtf- nt M For Best Window Shade Fixtures." Atnrd SouVurn ExMHon, Luumlllt, ISO. liiiw ERhvx ga -. T21VIE. Ski Ik.ft lIeue,"andto secur a white. Comi.lexVea, rsa To and cure all ,rtna' you." the turnip to the po ato, "or some one will come along and take the btnrch out of "BKTTEa bettor behave yowi-self,- " sold BEESOM'Sli'--- s r or" as BALANCE." firomaf ic Slum Sulphur Soap. B .14.ylntst Or. rake will be sent on recelpi . ortk af S5ten(i" nyad.lrss. Jlsaufaciurer. WM. DKEYPorVKf Va. Fro it Street, 1'hl.sdeli ex. .ora'cal EJCTOVand t ,j;,rsp.cUllyM-rlno.ofllensana I.anndrySoap DSLO i tv,.) ; matesclothes Pndenrirmrnts t leans n rf t and m-- sight-seein- boot-jack- s, beer-bottle- s, f nead and throat in a Tory aggravated form, and during the summer with Hay Fever. I procured a bottle of Ely's Croam, Balm and after a few applications received decided benefit was cured by one bottle. Have had no return of the complaint. Charlotte Parker, Wavorly, N. rears I wns a sufferer from Catarrh of the Catarrh axo Hat Frvnii.- - For twenty EITHER "STOP" MANY MILLION'S IN USE. SOLO DREYDOPPJEL'b SSfiSaEr tt grocers and retailers. Sold by a. w.io'.sile flrst-cia- ry ta. i. EVEItSmrEKE. Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. Rs STEWIRT HIRTSHCRX, 433 A SCIEXTIST nssorti that a bee can only eting once in two minutes. lVe would respectfully add that that's all it generally needs to. Brady, Tot . BPFCEsmzsa enfeebled " horse-shoer- s, di-lik- ed well-care- longed anil increased bv tho use of bitters and pretended cures of kidney and diseases, throw all such nostrums aside and find health, strength and vigor in that simple remedy known as Dr. Uuysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. It purifies tho blood, strengthens the urinary and digestive organs nnd infuses new life into all parts ot the bodv. No other remedy equals it, Havo your druggist get it for you. Nervous, dyspeptic Individuals, waoe distress of mind nnd body mako life miserable, if your sufferings hare beon pro- HU82AT JftSfe r & rlCfft-SiT-SXSfl- & "ip lu l (uderlcg from a wiat of tone, and Ren-er- Rgnersuon for systems, uuil eoncomlt- 63'!, djspcrl and nrrronvaeaa, la EK&".s?b! .&J S. T SiflH A . W FsSTJ CaT! &Hk? ?aXAPK? SQS t et - -- "Another expedition to tho pole," said the man, as ha wended his way to bia barber shop. - UTOMACK-f- tc ldom derivable from the ue ot a nourishing d ft and it'mull of api t!te, nn&M-- d. A nied;. Ine that will effect a removal of tho specific vlxtacleto renewed heait h and lion that la a genuine corrective, la the real D' fd. It f 'he pose. alon f tnl grand which makes Ho a et ter' iM..Tiaih Blters to eTer IT'' a& an tnTlg-- . It Is entirely different ffm all others. It Is as e!ar as wa'er. and as ,im name Ind rates Is a perfect egeta ble Ualr Keston r. Ir will Immediately tree the head from all dandruT. rest ore pray nair to na natural co.or. It and produce a new crowtfi where It has fallen off. sul- does not in any rr.iimer aScct the health, which sugarof lead a-citrate of stlrrr preraratlons Ehur. done. It will Oiany lipht or faded hair ln a few dsystoabrauilful glossy brown. Ask yonr drmrglsl for It fcach bottle Is warranted. Jxo. D. Park A . x. Sox. Cincinnati O.. anda N. CwnxxTOir. xXs-CAyfloi.-xx. Us 3Ll!E -- f Burn-ham- Two moles used on Salt Lnko streetcars rejoice in pet names Sin end Misery because it is n miserv tc drive them anil a sin to whip them. Denver Tribune. the Empress of an American fnmi can set a hen. Customs differ in different countries. Mcreliant Traveler. A subscriber writes: "There is a spring sixty rods from the house, nnd by running ifO fmStil or of 7ZiKL& Z2k UP Dmgtit and Dealers gen rally. art: Forti'i-b- all are sold ns the Knutne ItHdlrsex." which are no made by that rrin The MidU Company, tn order to protect their astom'-rsacthepublleclTe notice that hereafter a11 C'litMrtt made ftim TJIE MIDDLE-RE- X STAXDARL- IN 0100 BLrE FLANNELS AJJD YACHT CLOTH-.- , sftidl y a'l leading clothiers, mnst bear the "SILK HANGEnS. "furnished by the Selllaj Agents to all parties ordering the goods. Of Inferior Qunllty of Goods rim-- i - Garments i Tns Empress of Anstria can sot tj-p- e, and Ma-bc- th' high-heele- d -- dZSnai I -- : red-ho- t, eighteen rods beyond tho spring I can got a iweivo iooi iau." rooiisii man. A banana peel on his frontdoor step would givo him a twenty-seve- n foot fall without his running at all. X. Y. Graphic tYnEX Joaquin Millor writes a lovopom to some girl, sho should no' get nind if it does not pleaso her, for he would say : " I I Ciincrr. TTIcera, Hcrofulu Tnmora,Tllfi -i w hrint fh- V ! nsa Loss or r ocp, and l'ttie rain. For knife UiTOEjiaTKn, r - rum Atn ntrEiizxcxi. addres SIC F. I POXD, Aurora. Kmi- - Co., 111. ! $lJTfi ,c-- f?l INBa?IprTJ,'T33. FortheCnreof ! SELLIVG AGE NTS. MIDDLESEX COMPAJTT. B6and 88 Wortisr , 7 FranSHn Bt, Boa:on Chestnut Si . Thdadelphla. WENDELL, FAY & CO., ,SH VrlV. Wimo. L. LANCE'S and. LAO Y SUPPORTER Iiincn, PROTECTOR ORftAffS FREE Equal Chanco for ALL. 0crrurJW. v5V aWntiadeEHfthtMU. iliilrof We. "3Sys,r''l: ' "Heat Ctttr," J it., lit lfttrnornion 4v from IluI Hi mA .the Old TttUxiatMm ftBtw.r wui b r'Wl UlfciWi s..--- Ptlk. WZ.eOl I'rlee.tSl.CO. Kemlttanct w,th erder. Sent br Ma Send Io r DescrtptlTe Clrcnlan, 704 Broadway, N.Y.CIrj A.EVr.S WAXTEU. CtTTTTfi romel aiwtr,U. . ' (rntil M" - was only a Joaquin." An-- Electric Light. fort L 'hrwfll ml tl TO.lc I tis.l!iirOrgSk.AJ'.uIl. ChMT, N Cia. ,,Fer Uru.) Ih mrriaA. I'". ""l Wllh TO-- .f manta50c. wbMtl lut um Uj sBaslpiLyX2Hie i - ijflias a l"ad different pe. KS : E!.BSilC TRUSS Self-Ad- -. 3VKW wrgT sit.dnt BuLroeg(an,, I HllUIS5)la ;- - inquirer asks tho way to make light bread. Thfe simplest way is to call on a newly married couple, see tho way the bride makes the broad and not to mako it that way. "Evx.v n hog wouldn't touch tobacco," exclaimed Jones, who didn't chow, to Smith. "Well," rtturnedihis friend as ho took out his ping, "who resembles n hos the most, you or 1 1" to-nig- an infallible curt tor JPllea. Tr.ce 81 from dnicrit, or a nt prepaid br mall frre. Ad. "AXAKESIS," Mitera. Box2U6, New Tort ' cam ii pai.eIL Z'Z. TKA.'U.u Al.VL'H(l"K for Del lit.-- . n w we m Fowl on !4 acre r v"iJai.rc.ea'oer tl.TOi. S'mr uIm '''-- .r-- e It. K. MITCIIKLI. In the "West telling A A O0"1 B0ll China Cnp anU SjncerB5Tenwtriire.apound prlce,6 c MoreAeent TTanted. Greenwich tu, N. Y. rtliefn&U of tbe body, Sfe) wh le tho ball lnthacspprseesi TflUSS back the intcstlnee Just aa a rentnr'ops clth tho finirer. With UeM rrenre ihe t. a is hId wcurely day mzti night, anu a tmU al eurewrtAln. itls ejwy. durable and . Ttooi.ions II-- asa Jt.naiCLc.ff-- vius. with lcuriT. in center, adarta lt- - from all ath-- rt cheap, EGCLE3TOM TRUSS CO., 09 Dearborn St., Chicago, ill. bent by re u. Circular-free- IsiSsSS Bst Conch Use KasV J lVnnP,Ps M? t'St taitt VHIU Alt TastesFAItS. good. riyrnr. ln time. Sold by druggists. y3 jh jr.i ii saiU t ' ..-- TVHZ.V a young girl finds a f cloyer a sign that she will bo married year. It is strange that some famwithin a ilies don't hire a form and sow it all to clover. Burlington Free Press. "" four-lea- Ca. xt . !)? Ad??UTRia 'THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." EXGKES. Clerer I.V.. (Suited te alt seedona XTrlteforrnEErilns.riM3fale and Prices to Tbo4altisaa Taylor Co. IlansBell. Ohio. HERE. !ltnUoai fr-- m. ul A colored man came into a Galveston newspaper office . I inVlrttal f1 V, . d. and wanted to subscribe to tbe paper. "How long do you want it?' asked the clerk. "Jess as long as it is, boss; if it don't fit de shelves I kin piece off myself.'' Texas Sftings. far a Bhe I am fond of poetry. He Are yon indeed? So am I. Do you like Buni.7 She No, indeed, thoy are so distrastl.tg But then I am not much troubled wito them, and ma does all the cooking. Detroit Post, iggaaggtasag BAawggp fiPNTS RANTED. Fastest DB. HonePostn TUpCCUrnosAW.JJIllSL u i J. OPIUM. HABIT EOFFarAK. WTSCOKSiy. JErFERB-IT- W S3 f? k .MI W. BBsrBbk krM a hnnsst U.4 - .a. hxy w h4 .BeaasMe-l4- . " 1 1 a ive DTKTS PE4R3 IU1TX. WW I 3B W Vat Good fKJSr Antm- - 8 too to TTholeaale and Tetmti. ifiKHi a aivnv a rt w v. ItSOO price-Hi- per t. 1AM. t. ..... Write to J- - C- - MclHrdrACo., Cincinnati, O. Send ur lamSl table-spoonfu- train unit' "w iei mzae "v- v' uukmiam. 71 Sute Street. looreer. Cfelcfft Ke for $65 A. ". sv t 2Jee.'iXai fc.M.M..fc is.jui.auiu s iu, AKmut reUAua! u A MONTH suit BOAItB far three Ure TeuijM.a or LadUs, in eaea esurtr. Ad 4rs i. Aijkoiaa a vu,, rauMslsai. a, tf J R E. oro -- Work dona at yoar ewu noma. 9IW iMTSUg.A4ires,wmj4jttCO,8ULolj.lta, yJt) Ipostaj w lAuJUll JM Sample .AJJM S cents. Circulars free. ngtcs; Write 55 l....,tJ. K. ,. lyiwy &6fiJrV?-i:;3:dIrf- ' PH.- - TrBi ail i Mi nfni ... ... ...,.i himjmi n m n n t .. mrri "" j iwwiint There is said to ho another! Ul the Kiu-h- ts of of Clove, JuennioiHi m tho Iin1,i r.. nnii - i there ;irt imw Uilvt .;- Honor , Cnii.rPMm., "31 ..i. w 51 ....-e?p . iiu ummerev iarj. i..nf iiuu "tors rr w... Rc,of Marshal odgos hi nsniauy Stntes, one i,,: laiui. mhucu Wash-Pnv,u. Do you aid in home enter-clos- e on 3 m mcUvocalfr "to raoofor tho District of Columbia, and .. ..inon i V s. i tzv m: ph &m sra'K' :: ftrVa1 Kr priso ? cm ljci fK7iizm kv -- v.,,u,uHnr,ll as VsSy iaf C2 BSTS'AH ssl jto; 'up . m m yti iJ sri m W.S Wn kaa1 x j t:, hs 82 , K . ... . .. - . -ftL. '!".. fAitv Pll 111 TUPl 'S' J Mtni.. M'l'lfni' di tata ea 5?xy . u A,, , ''"""'wv . . ioiai v""""-"j j, $? aU V til BSs IS. Tho schools . m nan n ci..,w. frt?. niGiiioeisinniH ovni- i::n rws ik... tnai liucii wi lui nomliinieu - this and eara ajjo ,.i.i win "" rrnnil J"K IUU iur- .:n atrepi. men Jie auuuu, AOlll lowing. TTn;c.. i, next week. ,oun U1H . .. ..II ,. a..:. . I IV . flOU'H Vl'HI'ft rilthn nrHni.o ii nm we expect, and I6 ntil jo all around and sec our tecond Slock of Spring Goods, for wo have existence it 1ms ,wiil out overall !. i ' rau ltse,t- The new exemption law goes an eertaiU! ooo.oon i .)eo compelled, on account of our Ircniendou trade, to " imitative irenhi. tr ourliowe .. The ohl PLAOT House still in (he lead fith i.A..iu. 1' It i.; the .'M.er:il bolinf. whothor 1,1 all branches. This is- what the people into effect June 1st. tato almost anv mnn'. ,.':rt m. then S.s i nnivnun n,m go to 1 laufs to buy f.",,w cheap. a ij ... ,4 true or not. that if rilaino cannot " .. vi . .1. 0 i.i;ii I'ii! Mrs. E. Hose, of St. Louis, is wholesale market a present, is very wok, and wc were enabled t wnnwei3 to the jjast year. The largestthe greatest variety of Stock, carried by any house in this test sound or intn.,.fi.. iniaa- " Viiltnn Til i coil visiting her brother, Mr. llciiry "I'V""' e uoiainated as the Kepttbhcnu migoods in every department mueli lower than same goods were bought countrv. Let .. .. ....uv.v. MljUW IV v.-- i i ill tnf Ull.ltl atididatf for President, ho ami Turner make a speech, and Bcid Bookman. Ladies are solicited to call and see their iminctiae Stock of EmbroiderUarr institute, winch i to be lo- hi. friends iviM ontipnver to llOlld- Cur store was never fo replete with inviting bargains, as at present, ies, "Don't ymi forget it." Plant is knocking follow m linitatinii, unsiirlit Laccf, U loves, Hosiery, Neckwear, Fans, &c. Their Stock and low cated iu the west part of the uate a man who. in the event of nor our the bottom out of prices. goods of more desirable quality. town ; and now the Prenbyteriaua his election Prices will catch you. him .v,.. ..iitvji Ja xiirner oj i will m i jiiuit The Ohio Democratic State Con- Heed. offer to give $S,000 if East Fulton (Blaine) Secretary ofappoint State. vention will be held at Columbus win raise me same amount for a iiS s. Vm-- s says: "As The Chicago 'vhJ June 24, and 25. A special to the Memphis Ap Female College, to be controlled tua Kii by that denomination, jind over between Mr. Illaine and Mr. ArThe young folks gave a dance pal from Hickman, Ky., myB: thur there is as little room for doubt vur stock nt tho public school houso yester"Mr. W. A. Harrison, of thoTroy $4,000 of it is subscribed. that the nation would prefer tlifr surpassed for of Dress Goods embraces all the leading styles, and are unamm day evening. The first election ever held latter as there could be that elegance, unequalled in variety, and are KKI.OW all compe-tuio- r. scnooi comnnsion, of Obion coun in price. Tho attention oi the ladies is especially invited to our ty, j en ii., esented liimcnif .tliol"1 Xlls ktate for exclusivelv color-W buy countrv 1'rodnce prefer the course of visibly Butter Erck in all similes u)suit cveiybodv from 1K to 55.00. In this line they ,nrtr.tnr. ed oflicials, occurs June 7th nrov. safely to that ofiiisiblodanger." Superb Stock. Chickens. &c , and pav highest oush price' matrimonial altar tlii can't oc"iKw;u iv anv market and was to have been married to!0n tUat V School Trustees are w FUQUA & DnliOW. , Oil Curtains, Marseille quills, Carpels, Matting, Rugs, Lace On the 2od, the first watermelMiss Annie Tains, of this place,! t0 bo e'ected the new law stipa-a- t Com planted by tho 10th of her father's residence. The gating that all of colored schools ons of the season were shipped &.. in great variety, s,t prices that never fail to plcnse. June js certain, and as late as the groom was sent on s111 ho colored. The election of from Florida. They are usually l Jin replenishing their large slock of indies, Aliwen and Cluldrena somo 23th, lias a fair chance to mature. errand, In and when ho retnrnnilmid white trustees occurs npou same late this season on accouut of tho lute Gools, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Corei'ts, Fans, Para-sol- s, LMnaforoaud ?ior.sivlcs ofslippers anil .shoes. Don't lail lo see Plaut's cold winter. CfflU Highest CASH MICE paid fur admission was had into MissTUm's day. Ilandkeirhiefs, Ties, Ribbons, and Notions o all descriptions, our line hand wwed ITltKNCIl KID, the handsomest ladies shoe in the VOOl..a.l FEATHER?. room, tho bride to be had ilpwn, C. Hughlette Wilson, a vouug town. The next meeting of the WoaM styles are the latent, and our price the lowest. AI.EA'AXDEi: J- MAXWELL lcuM'uga note saving that jhe lawyer of this place, and Tennessee Medical Association The gcntleiiTnare reminded that we arc still selling a number one all week has been fine tho note was received she vtpuld fioaltier, while attending Miss Ola will bo held in Union City, thod f T Wool suit worth anywhere 10.X). Our $10.00 Miits arc nob- a dance farming weather, and the fanners be afar off, and it would befuse-les- s last Thursday V2 W usOSiS! night at Woodland, nrsi laesaay in next .November. se worm Sio.UOO. bus, have pushed work energetically. to hunt for her. Dilfecnt Mills, Tenu., had a runaway, iu T brecilozenfu'dc white The Wall street panic did notl lie hijr all been arc Headquarters for fine Shoes. Our make of Gents and Ladies It should be borne in mind search has has so made for fruit- wnicn miss uoalder received a amount to much after all onl, day, far proved terrible fracture of her left arm. .w,uuu,uuuo were lost by the mi J uf Shoes annot be excelled in beauty, nor equalled in durability, livery that it is against . tho law to kill less."but it sj II il t w below the elbow. Miss Ooalder dor doga. oquirrels before tho 15th of June. 'fr warranted. is improviug ag rapidly as could . A lJrnf. e nio can tne attention ot tne gentlemen to our really elegant styles ' If Blaine becomes tho nominee lm GUvmiwH' Stack o! Tomu, and Misd'Bva filtenitl, of: " expectwl. 7" lung and h urn things. 11 you are not lMistcd in the latest fashion fctmw IUts .verxhowii !,, Hickman at, Carl Schnrz threatens to stump aauville, lean., were awrned m visit to our btore would do you good. Jn gauze and balbrig- - in late-- t styles to dose at 50c, tell anywhere for 1.25. able cats, Por tJl0 comin yesr thero ;8 Ohio against him. 1'r.AUT'a. gan lJerwear, fancy -- llose, lies, Collars, &c , we carry the day. Don'tiai! to sec our nobby $25.U0suits the best litting Goods in the "Zebulon Zintlicr" ought to the latter city, on Satnnlny, the, an excellent prospect for cheap -- 4th instant. Combined with these, Jaw Prices (for which we are lamous) make market. And don't you forget it Phut will cut any bread, vegetables and fruit. Ow- - Tliere are 315 cottou mills in give his real name in sending a mans prices. , .. i it .... ...:.i-...r the Southern States, agaiust 180 nun a r.....:.iKi i '1.1 "iiiiiuuiiiv uivuy. ifejtermu no House w sen ctoscr man ice uo for communication to the Coukiuk. The new school law provides iVp,to .the exceasixe losses of four years ago. during the winter, through hard wMlTii ie Jjtaaers and Makers ot Iaho rrtces. the election of School Com- ( lien mint Mojo in town. Itiiv lnw. ll missioner weu'aiid poor feeding, the pn-ti- - In Mexico strawberries are pickc?,. MTITifiT Af5T'7,irJT-,T.- . low, at or Suncrinteiident bv &.7Jmj. vy wtwwMHW - r ..,. ,..i .v of beef are likely to be mam- ed every mouth in the year. imnnin r ,... Commencing June 1st, 50 per s.i Hat if we have bread tained. - fi.n i, All the United States Senators . . cent will be added to the State rit. ti. i.nor fliniitvii ro fan us be but two wear 7,: " , iy uourt out tho county's uiuds. spectacles. taxes on liquors, cigars and tobacr. It1 rtlnntinit mBr UU ?.i XVtljUQt, .' lllllliaiUi it IU MLViiUH .UlIH."r co. Mr. Tildeu is said to be worth Many Ilickimuiitcs, ladies in If this melius that the election is to Who Made the Low The school fund, says the Frank, occur the coming August, we trust particular, have commenced to $25,000,000. lort coutau, under the new school the good people of this county leave for their summer pleasure - xox .Sumo Xotr Spring Ioct . "ill, wilhiinonut to over 81,000,000 will Judge Kingman, the trips. Some are going to the large Toiob to World. Tfc Xagwamp rooU m th hollow fee, per year. present efficient Superintendent, cities, some to springs, and some aiOB3IThoSkwvkg it iu the tree; ts ta t W He has made a good oflMor, but to country retreats, and all inquest Wbonever I hrr the Uofwip dB Tho Maiden Clipper says there Mj heart i mJ in mo. we do not know that he desires a of health, pleasure and change. s uio i,uuu shipped from tho WhoTrwall 8nipp font h toot Thev are certain to get rid of a Jiut receired, a fine election of lawpaw Junction one day last To tho of tlif MipbM , And tb MifuDk chirp iu tlw itlll aifht, ir 'percentage of the latter, -- Rev. Warner T. Boiling, a week. Mom brt I aw IjqpIj thu. ml the puhlic A widow lady of New York, WE anaounce to our ot all kimU of Furnituregenerally that wo hnvoof jiiot rocolred What do you think of tho now prominent and popular minister of and the trade parties winh imtnenne stock TlioitNHiitlH Sy Ms. road law, to be voted on in Au- the Missouri Conference, and sta- - nossessed of seven milliou dollars ing to bay. We can idiow all styct o: Furniture in jilain and fancy. ALo, a fine lino Mr.T. W. Atkins. Girard, Kn., write J ' of gust? Ask your neighbor and let uoueii at Jianmbal, is now in the and Hit aged invalid husband, has "I Never hesitate to recommend Tour Elec LSO city on a visit to relatives and matio a bequest to public charity, tric Bitten to my customers, they give en the Couuikii know. r arcs inends. lie line been warmly so the papers sav,lut whether she tire natlata.tii'ui nrl ttrvi raniil mIUm " r 0 rjo. nt i ?, " Npcrlal to t!i I.iwIIev,. CZJCO kUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. welcomed, especially by his old bequeathed the monev or the bus Electric Hitters are the purest and beat W S' Z &is. esi ?r 2sia If you want a fine ItlaoW Silt medicine known and uill positiTelr enre comrades in arms who served band to public charitv, is not . tn J. Ambere'j Sons, and vou run Kidney and Liver 2UF' t tlu. the war with him iu Capt.jted. Down here it would have blood and regulate complaints. Purify the umUMduoooaoi all gnHlet In mj line. vuii situ examine, initw uuy. it i nf b We pro)WK to make our prices to uit the spirit of the times. You can rest (mora! (he bowels. No family Lyons Silk, the Ict over brought t H cy IT t At yon need never leave our hoiixe to look for thtaptr gooiis. Wc projitwe to Sell as Una ai lesney s comnany. ;dr. been the husband sure. can afford to be without them. They will luan. Call ami B I Uo hare the finest line of UXDERT.VKKRS OO0D3 erer brought to what a we wiil lj0Hi,', any retail Puniiture store in the 'Purcha. T dollars in doctor's bills are elooncnt nreacher. Cwtomeni itolitelr wrrel on abort notice. an. j "Umg IS an Kite you. ... pulpit of Tulip-streMr. Lcet everyhuadredSold at fifty ooat a bottle by UduSAR NO a)M PETITION, AS MY (iOOMSOljrsiIIXE ALL OTHERS, Verv respeclfttllv, Judge Starks and an uised the year. If Til EI It for the Poiice T. P. Fortune. UKl HTSEH8 LAST WHEN KIVALS KAIE AWAY. chureh. Smulay night, to tho de- the contestants T. R W1LBUI1N i8s CO. Fishing parties .are now the light i fnivvt th place, on the cornor from Plaut BroV Co.. under die New of a large congregation. He Judgeship of Fulton, after arriving order of the day, and they report will IMIowg UoiWing. iAzixa: ::i: riT. me a call belorc buvinjc ele where. I3-r- roonw in new Odl at an agreement as to previous cin IIAUUcan L.ive splendid fishing and a splendid nays.remain in Nashville several election by referring the election done en bhort notice, nod in a workmanlike stylo. Alao Yu 233A11 kiml.-- of uiton fiolin any thint; in inr hone thct ia kentin aGratchnu r AmhviUe AmrirnM. Hon the UeJntlvrn Xfk ITU RESTORE. we are itftitercd to giveepecinl iiMliiceraeiita kb time. again anHwtf tbr I'xflla : CoriMie to the people, are each The new college subscription nounced as candidates, and the Milwaukee, May 26. There is A deranged man stayed nine Houses. great excitement at Oak Creek days without food or drink, on a is increasing remarkably well, and tight is lively again. we sandbar near New Madrid, recentl- Jirfi hope will be a success. There "Ml oer the action of relatives of HorThe growing Democratic sensrtmn v)irt Kiiliacrilm virv li!. ytiment iu favor of 'the old tick- ace Baldwin in sawing off his legs orally, and yet it is true, that there when he died last week to make Misses Lizzie Scott, Lorcna mi; uiui to , ii.i M4U i.iltMv 'fv et," or, at least, the renoaiinatiou them fit the coAln Baldwin was Scott, and Com Richardson, Pad- - who won't subscribe a cout, or have V1 ' "" '7"J- - illi,eu. IS cxprniaru- ft feet 7 inches tall, and when the SHi" almost nnannuous Demoucah young ladies, are visitiur not so far. The refusal of ueh m ss day of the funeral came it was &1 " citizens to heln haft a demoralizing crat.,c Oi5l"on, that no other nom- m wk Iliakwan. t rsi u bl M la ?y ?j zusi ?& ?n &k n j found the body was too long Bg'Esi U this verv ,natu?" J,BS K"ch promise of suc- - for thethat effect upon others, coffin, and a nephew severito,oT. itting anil IL ar,sunont k!8 off n and W "" Ioo.!e. liberal publfc KBZgTITCS'g. ed the feet from the body with a iiini, , I. LOCAL NEWS. a - iMiii rr- -i nini-'- ii a i wi f - - . . "--- - l. - iVl".8.1" i v. .. ,....'. W i",:.i." : - .. . ,1 L 1 - i.l..l I A iewi-zz- 1 ' CTII IT BM aHiiiin um s. i E- -J V1 ( -,.,. 1 I -- i. jr z-- -- &ZZ I II III I i n 4 re-sto- ck ...-- 1111T17 i ic . i.;., - ,i-.- i -- -- e ?5rar?.woS. tvi,.-f.?- al r8P90BI8 illiOiba ' Vrft-ia- White Goods, Embroideries, Curt-tins- &o. - The-pas- t lor-r.5- RS.' .TTii'mc-rtvoflQhTnrr- .i f is j i cat-fo- 1 . ;i' C(-'8 ; o " m L - i- 1 . iv. w PLATJT BBOS. & CO. Prices? I . ;fr !i-(- v ut re-ele- ct - uun-irog- I .rig I I J ABY BTIGGrlE V- - frk-m- . j -- n. . -- -- j sta-uurni- g 1 T T T lia T et 1 oipo-"U- ; i e k-in- i Winee-nnit- i $QSpGCtfully O? CS jSLElLETSrESE, Gcntractors and Builders of j I ; fa , I c6 HZOSMAN, & II' M pi lfiSSdl7i2t3S ie-ttM houae8 on Clinton utrect. Tho banks of the Mississippi river at Memphis are caving in and a damage which will probably reach $100,00!) has resulted. -- Tho Kepublicau County Committee met on the 12th iuata ut and vvc aro u tor litem,W'vwu.l nopetui xiu. ed, and with reasonable prospects uiv ir. n, iw ...w.w, uiHCCD nb IllOKRtan IB OPintT IHIffi elected .las. T. Stephens Chairman, and J. 0. Heed Secretary. Railroad engineers aro at work surveying the. new track down Water street to a point below tho Furniture factory. Mr. Will Taylor and Miso Min nie Uurch, both of Uiekmun, were married, Sunday evening last, by Elder It. S. Fleming. Happy days be theirs. Methodist revival closed . -r-T- Sunday night. versions, and 31 accessions to the Methodist church, ami several to the iiaptist. It is estimated that tliere are' 25,000,000 horses in this country, and in order to keep up tho sup- I iy i,iuu,uw. iiiuhi oc urea an - Thero were 10 con- tured for the rash act except Utat voece. uuTgc mimes yi.uu. he had been indicted for carrying West ItcntucJiy I'nrncrnplii. concealed weapons in Kentucky aud was sensitive enough to brood CUntuw Tn. e nually. contiunallv over what he doemod Common Pleas Court convenes his everlasting disgrace. hero next Monday with a fair dockThe- city election of Colnm bus, Ky., came off a few days ago. The town of Fulton voted a et to bo disposed of. Mr. D. P. Johns, a good citizen John It. Bryant was elected mar- tax of S5000 to build a collage, shal. Tie received 110 his oppo- and then supplemented that by a of this county, is very low with nent 19 votes. private subscription of $;076. A erysipelas, and is not expected to tho loca live many days. Somo parties are discussing a lively contest to secure a aim grand 1th of July celebration at tion grew up between subscrip Mr. Win. Landrum, the court West Fulton, and rival Ilickman. Organize and put your houso contractor, has the old court tnc j;iwuuieni committees to work if you expect tions list, witn gave the largest house torn down and will proceed the side that that to do anything. at onco to build tho foundation amount should have the location. for tho new one. Ti not for rnun to Jojt Vim, West Fulton subscribed &!07G, Fnltnn 'Tta not for nmn to blame. That In the grave he roagbt for and East $.iS7. This spiriwill Refuge from blttrr shame, o Mr. W. C. Urcery and Miss TU God alone who fathom make Fulton a lively little city. The bltt'rums nnl pain m were married last FriStroh That m ado of Mr a losing, ' A number of democrat of day evening by Esquire Phillips. That made of death gain. Fulton county, propose sending a Roy. Graybill, of tho Prcabytor-in- n MTr. Ed Silvcrtooth, a clothing petition to the District Democratdenomination, held services at and gent's furnishing house, of ic committee, asking as a further the Opera House last Sunday in Fulton, failed this week, and wub evidence of the Committees desire closod by the sheriff. Much sym- for harmonv, that the primary tho forenoon and night. pathy is expressed for Mr. Silver-toot- elections bo fixed for tho 1st Mon-daMr. B. IT. Freeman, of this city, in August the regular elec has tradod an interest in his herd tion daw instead of the 30th of A false rumor was circulated August, and representing that this of Jerseys to Dr. K. J. Paschall for an interest in a farm, and these in several cities Tuesday that Secis the only remaining obstaclo to gentlemen will go into tho Jersey retary Lincoln had been killed. harmony and united par- business on a larger plan. Tho Secretary was at his desk in thorough in ty action this district. tho War Department in his usual An old resident says that health. Closing Week CoIIoso. within his knowledge many desirais to bo a strawberry ble inhabitants, he bolieves one There SUSDAY, JUXE 1, 8 r. II. festival at Mt. Zion church, near thousand, have been diverted from Annual Sermon, Dr. L. If. Shuck, Tadu- Jordan Station, this county, this locating in Ilickman, because of cah, Ky. (Friday,) evening, given by the la- the lack of good schools. So many MONDAY, JDJTE 2, 8 1 Jf. dies for church purposes. It will towns and cities offer these edu- Exercises of Clinton College Debating So bo a pleasant occasion. ciety. cational advantages, that the town TUESDAY, JUNE 3. busiThat prospective duel between which does not, suffers in of Recitations. VisitCol. Spies and Col. McGuirc, about ness, population aud moral tone. Dailv Programme Invited. ors Davis, Mrs." Jeff EeportB from a thousand cor- 8 Meeting of the Alumni turns out to be a canard, out of respondents of the National Press r. if., WEDNESDAY, JUVE 4.Association. whole cloth. Col. McGuirc has and Bottlers' Advocate in all 10 A. M., Commencement Exercises. been dead over four years. parts of ho United States in re- 3 r. m., Annual Address, Rov. A. J. Hess, Charleston, Mo. A woman always carries her gard to the fruit crop say the appurse in her hands, so that pick- ple crop is the largest ever known. 8 r. f., Excrcissa of Clinton Collego Literary Society. pockets cau see it, and prefers There will be only a half crop of THURSDAY, JUNE 5. A peaches and pears. The prospecct one the size of a small valise. man carries his in his inside pock- of a very largo crop of small Jobilec and Picnic on College Campus; fruits is very good. Forenoon Social Enjoyment ; et so his wife won't see it. on the Grounds; The Democratic Stato Con- 12 ai., Dinner Tammany Ilall Democrats held Afternoon Impromptn Speeches ; meeting in 3Tow ventions held up to this dato havo a grand mass 8 p. M., Musicale. York Friday night and declared instructed for Tilden aud Henfor Tildeu and tariff reform. Seve- dricks. Kentucky instructed for All arc cordially invited to be present. A. M Hicks, Pres. Clinton College. ral distinguished speakers ad- Carlisle, and Pennsylvania for but aro known to bo Randall, Willis White, Pre-- B'd Trusteed. dressed the meeting and great strong for Tilden. Clinton, Ky., May 23, 18S4. prevailed. J j-- a more liberal spirit will prevail, of success. This is a great enterand let each work to this cud. prise a'id must not be permitted to fail, but it will fail each The Election of Common one will lend a helping unless hand. School trustees occurs the 7th of There have been several caJune. This election usually passat Churlonton, es without much notice, but in ses of small-po- x view of the college enterprise, ami Mo., lately. The city is strict ly tho expectation of bringing about quarantined, and. using tho nores-sarprecautions yellow flags and a united interest between the colschool, it ahot guns, says the 2tterpri$e. lege and the common would be well to select trnatoea Some Call it U.ick mnufr. this year in sympathy with such a movement. Let the friends of A TT.UkSns- Kttli-lon- . education think of this suggesMr K Swinge'-- of Mchn!chnrg. Pa, tion. write.-- "1 was afHicted with luns feTer arm Jtosecas on lungs, ana reuueeu to a ..1 IV fC All 0.13 s 1110 vhuhwiu, diking SkeUiw. Got :i fe trial bottle of ' EvlrrpriK : John Gardli Or, a yonng pr. KinK ew Discovery for ConHunquion, man 22 years of age committed hirh did me so much good tht I bought dollar auicido OU the farm Ot James ru I0U'MX bottle. c A iter using three bottles, trate in East Trairio townslnp Mon-- ! restored to heal h. with aa'V11' completely hearty nppetita, S day. IlO was a Bf. . nf I.,., .nd i gain in Itah of 48 pound" Gall at o. Fortane's Drue Store and nt a tree trial Gardner, of Mayfteld, lvj. reasonnblo causo can be conjee-- ; bottle of this certain cure for all Lurrg Dia- y , "M- . v- --; , V' .f , y" 1 ,n, I'tilf-win- common saw. While at work he HEK.V RECENTLY ESLAIIQBD, REFITTED, REFURNISHED . thought Raid wfn movoit ilntl Ue ll3JIOUaJlA3 lpl Gonrenent to rfrer anil railroad,' itQf Kopt unU, altogctlior ono of the best appointed liotcla tn (Ins section. fell iu a dead faint, when another 53. B. TfiJarEa69 H'ronrlejor. relative finished cutting off the limbs. At one t'm soon after the funeral it was thought the nephew TIio Sw Kcliool Low. would be mobbed by the neigh'.Fov Sheriff. bors, but the crowd was quieted According to the new pcliool We are authorized to announce Judge by the smcr isor. lnw an election must ho held in U.K. WALKER, as a candidate for the cvory precinct on tho first Sutur-du- y office of Sheriff at the ensuing August election. eVTTI KCCtlAH.I of Atfvlcc. in June, for tho purpose of w Yjrk Uraplifc-- . tit tho We are authorized to announce Capt. W clccthig tlireo trustees, and A man, whose knowledge is samo time and place the colored A. SHUCK, as a candidate for the office of baaed on actual experience, says people aro to elect their trustees. sheriff of Fttlion county at the emu ing that, when calling on their sweet- It farther requires that no colored August election. hearts, young men should carry We re authorised to announce M. W on shall be allowed to vote affection in their hearts, perfec- perl trustees of the white schools, FARMKR, as a enndidato for the office of for tion in their manners and confec and no white person allowed to Sheriff" of Fulton county. Election in August next. tion in their pockets. vote for the trustees of the colored schools. It further requires Don't Forccl tlie it ulovr ISittlor. m that a notice shall bo posted beWariiinrtun Kfpn''!! m ten days places Gen. Benjamin F. Butler has three public is taken in each disfore the voto written a letter formally accepting this election the qualitrict. At another Presidential nomination district shall FAS5EIOTAI5E.lB of the party. fied voters of each any widow that be the electors, and Ho will drive a the ages through the Democratic National having u child between may also twenty years of six and Convention. vote. 2o person is eligible to tho BOOsioAERDFiiMnn. office of County Superintendent A 1'lisln Statement or tte Troubles. until ho shall have first procured Sv York WorM.1 of SHOP. North from Dishonesty and recklessness a certificate Court, the Jmlgo ho and Troy Avenues,Went corner of Moscow in which Hast have been tho true causes of our tho Circuit candidate, that ho has S2THHisfactiou guaranteed.Ilickman, Ky., Rhall be a troubles; dishonesty "' i'"""' '"" , ti,i!1v oTmiiiiinil hnftirn Raid April. . .... w sis.l.lnnttnrr .. !.. """ i cnii:soiiv;oo ill IUUI IHtllll IIUUivi.I v.... mad pursuit of wealth and in tlie'JB0 resorted to for ;its neon- "l him. W. DIESTELBRINK fOmrfro tho duties of County Su initiation. as required by lnw, periutendont and it shall bo tho duty of said it i Xuw 3)ry. judgo to havo said examination HrmkljB Earh-.- l uumg jhuuu In the back counties an imprcs. uiauo upon application liim therefor. sion prevails that the Marine bank to was a sort of aquarium, where the no iflilfriirJily-'reiiOTfttccl- Tliat.we are fctill ahead in this market with the rT"!hnr-- rT.4s.s-tf- - " compare our prices and the quality ot our Goods to any, and we aro satisfied that you will save money by buying from us. Our sbDO-- d Stock of D11Y GOODS ever offered for sale in Ilickman. V Cheapest Best You can flfTflffiflM mATm? I IpI I e S A i U Sin a I i S l si PI nW m &o. FHffi sciriioii, is the best that can be bought, and was manufactured especially for us; so we will guarantee every suit to be the latest style, and as low as can be " ught in any retail house. anti-monopo- ly four-in-han- d We invite all that want choice frefli fancy Groceries, to call on us and we will sell very low the best brands of Flour Ac. BUILDHSTG"Wc - MA-TEKIAJD- , offer special inducements to builders in Doors, Sash, and all build- ing material, Paints and Oils. -- ,o.,io h?a?u??:?S??itiI Family Groceries. "S J. W. COWGILL, DEALER X3ST Liz-zi- & h. v CU-.ito- ii space directors indulged a taste for iish ' ThQ Order of Knights of Honor TOtrouble to name all articles, but to show goods, culture. originated in Louisville, and here- nndome and see, at the corner of Troy Moscow Avenue. East Hickmri, Ky tofore Kentucky has oontrollcd and Toilet Luxurloa Iu Tcxns. all. the important ofiices. At tho Baritocton 7re Ptt: jnticlslcu'n Arnicn Solve. "lawting of the Supremo Lodgo in When a Texas man wants to Uucago last week, a change was The BestSma-- in the world for Cuts, havo his hair parted he doesn't fuss mfflo and Mr. J. W. Branch, of St. Bnlie3, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Hheiiro, Fever He just has around with a comb. Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hand?, Chilblain. Lduis ono of his sons step off fifteon pa- urer, was elected Supreme Treas- Corns, aud all Ssin Eruptions, and posiin place of Judge K. J. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. ces and shoot through his hair Breckinridge, It of Louisville. Gen. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, with a bullet. Frank D. Sloate, of Cincinnati, or money refunded. Price 2.J cents psr "as made Supreme Dictator. Tho box. For Sale at FOUTUNE'd Drug Store. TJio I'oinilntlon of Ilpnvcn. Grand Lodge of Kentucky recent Lowell Citizen. Stray. Thero will bo throo women to ly bought Liedcrkrnnz ilall, exWhereas, a certain black Steer, with one man in heaven, is Miss Ellen pecting the permanent headquarChase's private opinion of the ters would be established at Lou- white face, marked underbit and swallow-- , fork in the left and crop off the right ear, hereafter. For tho man's sake wo isville, but St. Louis was chosen is breachy, and an unlawful animal, I haTe for tho purpose. Tho grand Treashope he will be deaf. by urer handles 83,000,000 annually. this day had him appraised and Alex is to and Abe Underwood, this I DRUGS, ' wRR 9H&I Trusses AHntal b fltlS hull TRII FT.LRTICl F9 &c, &c, &c. ESTPTeawPdona '. M. Urig-gan- ce VnII Street Still Alu-ail- . Married, Mr. C. W. Taylor U Miw COLORED. notify the owner that I am going to sell him, and he can get his money anv time he filled at any Ifour, day or night. Tho effort of the Grant boys to On M(tv 24th, grow up with Wall street failod Minnie Rirch. because Wall street had the start. Three Xcntnclty Coiitonni-inna- . calls for it A. N. KING. Ex-Preside- nt 1 . On Mny 23d, George H. Wilcox and MIbs All kindaof Groceries hams.sldei.fto. An plants have been taken and flowers Laura Banard. as cheap ns the cheapest. I will not bfl gathered from my family cemetery, I kind rrern the CurliMo Kentucky Mreury.l JOHN WITTING. undersold. Mav 2Slh, Philmore Thomas and Iy request all visitors not to take the plants There arc living, not inoro than .3 Sallie Dinwiddie. or pull the flowers in the enclosure. All five miles from Carlisle, three laare welcome toviit this cemetery, but bear dies, whoso ngregatcd agos are in mind that the flowers are placed here as 320'years, and all live on adjoiniug Congress will probably adjourn tokens of remembrance, and for the love which binds our hearts to our dear departed farms to each other two of thorn about July tho 15th. FUIiTOH, relatives who quietly filumbtr here. Therebeing sistcr-in-lawand all rather fore, please obey my request. It is estimated that tho wheat sprightly. Sirs. Catherino Wag llespectfully, goner, tho oldest. 109 vcars. is in cron in Ivnnt.nkr this venr will C. 11. HUBBARD. ' fine health and bids fair to see seve - be 10 per cent, larger than it was ffoveltleh! Koveltiesf KovcttleVf ral more birthdays. Mrs. Rebec-- , last year. 2HCKMA2T, KENTUCKY, ca Waggoner is 107 years old, audi A magnificent line of Indies Dress Goods Discounts Pap'rand Loans Money, Buys 's Dress Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries Neck Mrs. James Kisskadden 101. T hey j Kotwithstnn in public that nd county prophecy that the summer would Wear, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, Wishes to inform thetn dn allgenerally,Dent- - Unitedellft Kxehange on any Point of tho have been living in this the . : - fn tiroiiarod States. Solicits Accounts kind of New styles all I Pnnnlp I inprallv t ol lec ions and Prompt for a number of years, and neither unusually good aud that wo Fans Parasols, Ac.at prices lowerinthan of the ever ;nnJ Tit?ii cielmtir ftirltinr tiifurinn. pjove Goods, and of them havo been iu Carlisle for "would even have, frost in July, ice band sec them. "wilfp'ee "11 at my Office, first door UeinitUnce at Current Rate of Exchanc cream sloous arepriuging up. Cashier. A. T. MlTCHCl thirty years. II. BUCHAXAX. iVnllce. W-'A.- ; HENSON, 1? KlSW OF 1 1 ' 3C"JD &c, &c, U &. lling nighti bsll after 10 o'lo0 LOWER and LOWER. 'On FULTON BANK KY. s, C7 1 DENTIST, Capital. S50,OOO.OCX ding Vonnor . ( rtc At aa JQhC - .1 i r 1 - mrmgrm wTTgxm tas mm hi Tnwnmy m MmWO0 I " ' i ii i ii n i mi hi i in B vumjuxjM-- ' uv Mil lUIHMHUIUIIUJJil. HI III Ilk HblllllJ OBCS03WOP S. .""N S-- "Si i.- -- '"" -- rv siiV ' 3s c- -- a i 'B&WIb B 5253 gS a rr&ftSf ESE3 s i x $sss SiEKS &C ?&! cr&3 ev dgS vi Qf feckiJbW? fsg&j "Sy SE?' 65 &fog vSv-- y JbJ ami the in akcr of Low Prices, lias rctniliiccl from the Eastern cities, Loaded Down with the Grandest Stock of Now Goods ever brought to Hickman. Twenty Ber Cent. Cheaper than any houlfni this Western country, Union City or any other city not excepted. Call and examine Goods and prices. jmjjjyijmiOMna I'KSMBEXIIAl. fcIS HICKMAN GOURIEE.f Republican 2fatioi.nlaOTtffJ. i Convention open at Chicago on next Tuesday. Hat, st -- I will sell these Goods WHY ' tt'Altn IS A i'KIHklXEit. j'nr-tic- s Vi.YNSKS' FUBKT. at Chicago, Tuesday, and wjll Till: Republican fandnngn will in session two or three vs. da Cents Tli:rnti:c bo Kliiitnl.,iDIcl!irr' to tliu Criminnl Kuit. Tho Gciicrnl ad Mr UrmiC TVixrfnllT Den' 'MinttoTheir Muu tin Mod C'an.idn. SS e x I'tr 25 wTiiE Republican National 1 4 ITjic old, pant I for ami nhvnys reliable Hardware liouse of mi aim wumu jjuujuu vu"t au A. ;i itu c. tWtik, tltor .f tlic tho numcrot outs of Genr ntithor, la tUIo dalrllp mention v.A.. A.. IPJ1.IRXB, Thr Irtnrr, iriy pTnim ftfm hU cu cx)riace Grant's sons, and said that tof I tint liwitwfnl cliftBfiCf- - of rf.AIi BiKjr ! TKt B33W5m KM SURGEON, o effcrtllj rfKvrrril willtonl urcica.l avoid ...At. uu uuvi guui: .r Caiii- micni I.l li...l ...n.. i rmli.M, lttji. iw.tmnnif rlnc eK3ifcjs r41l4 ,1 to u ij uato dAliHjC at h ihIi of ciTr t wo. rrrtnln sd r. miiiiiv ivi .in c. TTloa kj. 11,.. rJ3 KENTUCKY HICKMAN, l.y wfcirlirrrj nBTr. hnnmttrr hl greatly excited last ovoning wlual ri.iiiliiixti mT t, mj nrt Mmlf ttmylj, n rnrtifnllj. a reporter visited her rosidoncca Has r splendid stock of tho very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, B I'tlnrt Kill Jircr a K- - id Oowwb aj bis Profcs!on!l Services ti and sent in a request to see Geu which arc oficrod theciti:er.3 of Hickman and vicinity. at rl)t MDitrr vkl. In a pUin DTitoyr, to ay Grant in relation to the rumors janlO-'Sof fonr enu, r Iwt yotag itf: that his son Ulysses had gone THE CUI.VERWELL MEDICAL CO., away. She entered the reception I 1 Ann M , Nf Vorl, J..T. ; I'otf OEt Box, Stt was tlnsh room instead. Her face E L. aziuxsnocj oat ed with indnrnatiou and her evct fairly sparkled with exeitemcuta ATTORNEY AT LAW vpr the market jiibtifleb. All goods guaranteed to in cash. Mr.Tappanhas been and Grant could not bo seen, she saidlf"dexactly Collector, Real Estate Agent VEALSR IS represented. ah is mow ill at home. His condition "It is perfectly shametal tha is so critical that he is unable to such a rumor should be circulate HICKMAN, KY. own see his legal adviser. He .and that it should be published i gs 25y PS3S& KSSg. V3T Will attend promptly to all Lunj went into these transactions on the papers. VMiy should my bo && ? Ssi ffri 1 feS fca K3 rwtai in Soutlivrcaten uos.s entrusted him JSD J MO. the faith of the Grants and ot go to Canada? Why should ho bf Keutuok) and Northwestern Tenncsi.ee Wh Mr. James Fish. He had known afraid of being arrested? Llnet, llrnilw, rmil alinj Net, SpeCiulattention given to the invesliga Mr. Fish for a great many years, .jhould anybody want him to h of Htliing lacbie mkI Knppli, at abae-gxiii-. lion of Lund titles, and the purchefe and ynmil Sappllw geiJ It was after that that he heard arrested! Is ho a thief?" janS Tho best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed, snle ef Ileal Estate. eradv. that the transactions were to be Tears were in her eyes as sic The attention of builders especially desired, as this hott&c will give speconducted bv Grant & Ward, asked the last ouestion. All lar cial inducements. Correspondence solici ed, whom regarded as incapable .mother love and pride were tone)-o- f ' H. A. & R. T. Tyler, violently t3 R. B- - BREVARD. tho stupendous swindle which ed. She trembled (T has been developed. IIo know she stood there in the center Gen. Grant to be an active part- - the room, pressing one hand t) L.a"co, nor, in constant, constant coininu- - her bosom and unconsciously ei Tho 11 mfee of lb ee!bfjried nication with the firm and fro-- ' tending tho other in a puthetu HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Columbia quently at their ofnec. Mr. Tap-- , gesture. She conquered her cmJ ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS pan supposed that the claims tion in a few moments, but her in MANUFACTURERS OF boohs eniruMcd to their cato. which Grant & Ward wore engaged dignation continued, Office Millet Block. You havo the thief under a? 60,ier cent in nualilv 1t buvinc FUIINI- - ham Lincoln. It's a mere senti- in, or claimed to be engaged in, aeT8-'- "8 " " TtfKE at were the purpose of valid claims rest," she bitterly said, "tho mat Kept for s:Uo. nt ft hargiR, ct tae Uxer ment will rally some old Repub- against the Government, whose who has robbed and ruined us. ,1 E.T. GARDNER'S. nml Sale Stable ol licans, but win no new ones. FAKIS & PAtKlB. payment had been delayed, and ia false and untrue," she addef, Ben. Butler has really got to On tho Democratic side, Tildeii whose owners were willing to ''that my son Ulysses has riji C. KngMoito be a candidate of a party for the and Hendricks will bo the nomi- make a sacrifice for the delay. If.awav. Ho was hero this sftcrnorfi ' office of President. Tho party nees by acclamation. This de- the business had been of that, and took lunch with mo at 3 ATTORNEY AT LAW r,fi I zt 7YrN. ;A 1 sxvrirtsa .Trv1KfH Hi that gave it to him is a small one. mand is coming from tho Iforlh, character it would have beenen-a o'clock." rtnvitoa has moved from the cr. "He perfectly legitimate business It is also, like its candidate, a pe- South, Ra6t and West. The only terprise, in which any reputable has he not?" asked the reporterKY. IJICKXAX, Conjnjission Ifereljatey doubt about it is, if THdcn banker might properly engage. It culiar one It calls itself ''the 'Yes; because ho has lost Ids will accept. 22TCOLLECTIOXS promptlj ren-illparty. been robbed of everything. Ie was assumed that Gen. Grant's 11 1 CK it AN, KY, Egi.Abetracta of lilies a specially. If Tilden declines, Thomas F. gone to Morristown. X. J., to with the Government has A full anil complete line of BBYAN & Bayard, of Delaware, will be, or Keep always en hand, Jresk would expedite tlio settlement of, obtain a roof to Hlielter himsaff imowNScelolratrilcintoin made SHOES is tho most probable. '- - ...... ?. -i, l..i:.w imv;-- f miu Uilllliruil LIMK CEMENT. AAi T ?I.A8TEH claims. Mr. Tappan did not think and family. He is too poor to lire ., .1.. Trriittl...tSfnlnfl Riuf nlu:i.i rpi Rnndnll is rocbnmjcij7ol by nc was I "M Ikr in flit inuin any nsK in eai-- ; ' in tno cits:." iiertones were GRASS SEIiDS, CLOT KK. h. Pennsylvania, nut willttot bo tho ing with runninir so well known 8fTil men , yt will compete with any make of GowNin Vi'ill iuuke littr,l adyantei en 9otla nominee. His nomination would as James twoFish and Gen. Grant." wid nnl mournfnl a she at Mors-HOi'Awillitlrw T3 Ye All TVhMa It Stay Cmicrrn: D. 'Whero is he residing Cort fr t't or sUipmeki. split the party, and cansotwo tickid" II. BUCHANAN. town?" chl rroh inuti to the umloisnu'l. TrPAN WAS CAUGHT. ets. re vraturj czKit pyig r.njr moih r -, M.i..; m. r .J "in a house he una rented, or McDonald, of Indiana, will not Cloth!:!',;! CSi!tt1i: ! riolhtni-- ! neaouiits tofti,L4T, unless ureompaiiicil br n sorft atft!mt as : ili:r crrMS-e- s A rrnl tlipiy in this line from the elicap' be. His nomination would cause which the order waa ennted, nI.'lr"?hccor!,N;t?lh.e.lcl,i Caldwell's Higtj Sefi&ik CJiaffce lias rented for him and his U. L. GOLbULKG to the most nobby. Iu this Hue I cun dissatisfaction to an extent that lejres that in the latter nart of tt tou from one to four dollar a nuit- - would endanger tickot. wife. lie was in Wall street all M.T 28, 1881, 8:. sart 1883, Ward came to him and rep the to- THE FIFTH YKAK will iobbuh day, and in Wall 11 BUCHANAN. resented that the firm of Grant & morrow. will bebody who street to There is a growing disposition wants Any nilAREII 51MiiIa, Atajr. 27tfe, 1893, among Democrats to unilo and as Ward had an opportunity of makand cuntinue nine topulks the Democrats would by com- July Sth approaches that feeling ing a large sum of money Uy pur- see him or any of my eons can do If HICKMAN MARBLE WORK so. Neither he nor they havo any mon consent quit wrangling over will increase. Tli toiiTNj of Hlmlrr in TKidiiJon Uy h chasing contracts inn do with the need of hiding themselves They I'riniary i oik," will inoln.la iligke tho tariff and forego the attempt Government of the United States, were Dfti-GsHICKMAN, KY. MNtlicmiiticr, lho Natural Scieuee,UtnnaCi by IS Gi:N (JKAXT INNOCE.VT7 to read each other out of the paror nuvnncing money to persons they made victims ofto this uwui; :iiiil Ureuk, Book ltin rJiHriition ami VccalIvewping. Peaxrws coiicaU." havo nothing ty for n difference of opinion, leavIt is to be hoped, and all good who hwl made such contracts and 3hiji, Ciiltuic. ing tho whole question to tho de- citizens, irrespective of party, will taking orders or assignments for Mrs. Grant'B cheeks wero still TUITION TUQ MOSTJfc Imd : jssc termination of the convention at join in the hope, that CJ money due on those contracts. Hushed, and her excitement I'riniary, $3 09 not passed away when the rouart-o- r Chicago, it would be better for tho DB.M.SC IS IiilTtiMfliiato, . Ward that through . . . 4 ( Grant, is entirely innocent of the certain represented which the firm withdrew. party and of course for the coun. Ailvantcd, . . influences i j - PRESCIl IPTI0X3 COX rOUNL BD! & F i '.) CAR& $swindling operations of the firm of possessed they would bo enabled try. iTALIAM AND AMSHICAH WaUBI.K CS I'ayaulo monthlr Sa Adraoc. A Woinnii ATho Xlml Tnct. Grant & Ward, of which he was a to get prompt settlements from' From tho B. (.'.CALDWELL, , . . ArtiiTrT4r 1 The "World's Cotton Exposition member. "Ward was tlio MAKY CALDWE1 T i that tho MONU.MUNTB, TOMB AND liP.AVK n.tivn the Government; lMimilknrtAM con--r! i "Who is thnt horrid whisky T1U1-In Kent ?!r. which convenes in New Orleans A KcmiuUceiieo or tho Wnr. f nii( Hickman, Ky., Augunl 3, lbS3. ilJ Krv A!atf U" SSn in November, promises to be an manager and operator of tho firm, iargT tltacomitV n"d Sat tllere )lo,lt'" story of the war is ' From tlit rtt,ill no name that awakenA romantic STONES. There was altogether more successful affair and Fish ono of the other part- would bo absolutely no risk. Mr. Jnoc Aw ",0. told in connection with tho 120th than its most sanguine friends ex- ners, was along with him in the Tappan swears that Ward asserted !,e &UC8ts at Sl fs"onablo roccp- - Pennsylvania Kegiment. A femi- ed the same enthusiasm at tho of rcooiveil n fine Frankfort Convention! as that of pected. Nearly every State in the great swindles, but tho friends of to him that Grant & Ward had tion nine looking member of the regi- Mr. Tilden. Unquestionably the HAVING Italian Marble, 1 am Union has made a liberal appro"Which one!" ment who gave the name of Frank people of Kentuek3' arc for him to fill nil orders. Call and examine money, but as they were EHPS all kinds of stay It aii fmy and his sons con- mustache priation to enable its citizens to tho "That one with going into the blUlUOSS Of advan and awful nose. the red you see Mayne associated with none of over and above any man in tho ur work tRniltlmttliov worn tlinmor. .! Don't be properly represented. Orders from the countrj promptly .cmg money to these contractors the members of his company ex- country, and we take it that our G may '26 of these Y - all street experts. This 1)r(Ttty extensively, in view of tho him?" cept a man named Fitzpatrick. State is not an exception IIo can Fnqitii .fc !novr, "lie is hit husband." iiu u uu, uui, mum-i- operated; certainty ot getting their money One day while near Alexandria, and Conrtctlonerlea. Will be pleased to Is tho place to get pure and fancy French hi.ij "Oh," laughed the lady, "I 6fco Va.. Fitxpatrick was taken sud- have the nomination at Chicago by ee bis old cuBtotners, aid will both !; on a very small capital this Gen back, and that there was no risk Cantlie. we also kep Oranges. Lemons. that you arc not sensitive," al- denly ill and removed to the hos- acclamation if he will take it. them in price and quality. Call mid sec Bananas, Raien: Nut of aU kindi. A Grant was bound to know, and in tho transaction, they had deter us. "Quick Sales and Small Profiti. though she saw vengeance in the where he died, it was said, nice lino of Staple and Fancy Grocric., A ThhI Kiiterjirlsn. mined to give ono they failed for over ten million intimate friends an or two of their eyes ol tho insulted lady. "Sevcr- - pital,few day, of smallpox. May no fjamlif AMILY gROCERY Ton't bo undersold ' which we will rell vry cheap. Gire us a in a opportunity of It is now proposed to connect m-4it. dollars, chiefly brought about by dividing a part call. a friend made aflinn disnlaved considerable jrnet over tho railway system of Amorica ,a of tho profits, and l1' ren,ark ibout my husband and tho death of ,ig coinlml,i011. n0 with those of Asia and Europe by misrepresentation as to Govern- that if Mr. 'i. TFOIS SALE, "O" 15 G r irtiKiiniuummmuiuB G. There arc said to be twenty ment contracts while Gen. Grant's certain money, bv the use of which T1 5hihj ry angry, x noma. procured a pass to Alexandria means of a ferry conveying loco au' mn, but mj soon after on a plea of some busi motives and cars across Ischring's (DAVIS OLD STAND.) thousand people along tho bank name largely inflnenced. Grant & Ward could buy contracts " .wonl(l ?" Fish or advance money to of the Mississippi between Vicks-burg- h fne"d 8aul l ,at T011' ,,ayni" "J? ness, but never returned. It was strait. Tho project ib to extend ll kinds of contiactors and New Orleans who are swears that he had letters from ..,wi t.,i- - oeC;T,,r, f m. i..;.., i best husband in the world, would thought that ho had deserted. Who Canadian Pacific, now being acres on Dyersburg roaJ, 5 mllea ;.. o i. .. not care, and I watered a nair ot .. utterly destitute and have no im- Gen. Grant as to these Governwas wounded constructed through Manitoba, by STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES a from Hickman. Address . ' ., jtIovpk t.lmt. von would, lint you Soon after soldier ii, mediate prospect of relief. The ment contracts which wero used vanccs wutuu uuusiMit iorno otnor, 31 P.DONAHOE, Tennessee, and upon branch to Alaska until s your in Western to tho hospital it was building a Bohring's Strait. There usually kepi ia a boilso, atbot caro ground is still too wet to plant cot- to induce credit for the firm, and purpose, and Mr. Tappan would!?00,1 iav.e 8tt I hear that Saml. a Davis k Co, St. Locib.Mct being taken it reaches oa prices. husband is spoken of as an availa ton and their only hope is to be run no risk, as the money soldier was a meet with tho railway that that the Grants wore knowing to ced would be as safe as aadvan ble candidate for Governor. How discovered none the than Frank it would be constructed in Sibe- FkKCY VAX DIES, TEA, able to raise a little grain. Far Said. Gov other femalo and tracks to clever he must be." tho operations. Grant has been ernment bond. XiyCE-MZAT, MILK COWS. Apply to PICKLES Mayne. A few weeks ago a mem- ria, which of course havo their diJ. H. SIMMONS. So far seven States lmvo held lied on and about a great deal ber of the Ono Hundred and Twenty-s- rect relations with the railway sys CIlhXJiERB.IES, IIOXIXY, GRITS TiioTnrlt if n Hiii-- lc Jlnlr. 0 miles east of Hickman, Ky. their conventions to send dele- no doubt about that but it is not Begiment was standing on tems of Bussia and Europe. A ixth Whnt Tliej-- Bay. Vrom tlin MkniirActnrfriT gates, to tho Democratic conven- clear that one who has had tho station at Altoona, lino to is talked of. 3KS m9 In the base Timtlce. It is said that tho mails havo Washington of the Capitol at the railway approached by a man having Pckin done it requiresThis 3tiS 2 IS! not tion at Chicago. Of these Oregon, ability to been he was is tho enginery by when AH pernon holding claims against tho command great armies, been burdened with letters from to bo Iowa, "West Virginia, New Jersey imagina Sugar, Coffees Sonps, &c. estate of Mrs. Annin L Robinson, deceased, to Col. Turner at Washing- which tlio House, the Senate and who proved himselfsupposed to muchtofnrthor stretch of eyos the and Virginia have declared for to bo President of tho United Triggurging him who was see with mind's tion are requested to file paid claims, properly to submit to tho the committee rooms aro warmed have died of smallpox. IIo ex- long rails stretching out under J"WiIl not be undersold. Tilden and nenndricks. Of tho States &c, could be so easily dnp ton, Will pay full price for Butter, EgsB to proved up on or before the 30th of Juno, election, and saying to and ventilated and the gas lighted plained howheand Mayno wishing the shadows of tho 1SS4, in iny absence, with Mr. Geo. Held. other two Pennsylvania has in- ed by a young man like this Ward. primary if he Kanakas nn- him that would not do so, ho by electricity. It is altogether a to transfer tho scenes of their til they make connection with the H. C Bcck, structed for Randall and Kentucky As a matter of pride the people will Guardian Mmttie Kobineon. to be abandoned by hundreds big apparatus, consisting of three military exploits from the East to proposed line m tho Jordan Yal for Carlisle. They are also for the St. of the wliolo United States, who of his old friends in that county. immense fans, four engines, and tho West ho had feigned sickness ley, and they thence with the Eu THE BARTER old ticket aB second choice. GROCERY. But tho Colonel can't do it now, eight boilers, with tho necessary and escaped from the hospital and ropean system. Tins may seem have lavished such great and con appliances for regulating The Agricultural Department tinned Honors unon Grant, we for ho has denounced tho primary perature and moisture of the tem- was joined by Mayne. They both wild, but stranger things have hap J. Jf. MONTGOMERY, nnnoun- the air as a "trick" to prevent farmers regiment, after to his friends and ihe having" exhausted itself m tho in hope, ho is not supplied to the nations legislators. joined an Ohio wounded while peued in this wonderful modern ho " opuned a new and freshnnblic that 25cts Lower than the Lowest from voting! Princeton Banner. guilty. supply of vestigation of sugar-makin- g world of ours pos which they were 1 have no clerk expeBsss bo store ren tells all kinds of Familt Grockkies, which he That Col. Turner's course in re- Tho instrument which or wheth- in battle and Mayne discovered to sibilities from sorghum and do and pay cash for all my Groceries, and er the air is too moist will sell as low as the lowest. He is reaTor3Inch Tariff. too dry is fusing to go into tho primary elecThoro aro rumors of another mon6trated that the best place to Tlio following therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap bo a female. Mayno is his wife, at all times quotation is from tion has injured him in this county operated by a single human hair. and they are now living happily stnko of telegraph operators on dy prices for to exchange Groceries at est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon grow sorghum is in the Southern each Duller, Eggs, Chickens, or A perfectly dry air is put at tho ove of tho Chicago Conven any kind of marketing that the farming Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low States, is now about to lay itself Congressman Blackburn's speech there can bo no doubt. Wo have air, that is air enrrrin"' in Illinois. JOHN WITTING. l nr many of his strongest all tho tion, when telegraph business will friends may bring in. The highest raar st. talked with ont on the beet question, which on the Morrison tariff bill jRKt HO. it will more than double and tho need bet price always paid. most influential friends, and at 100. moisture with hold, in nt promises better results in tho Mr. Chairman, we are receiving and a hand like J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE while some are wavering, others that of a A dial represents The Nashville Christian Advocate of skilled operators be imperative. Northern States. a Hundred millions ot mon decline to support him. clock the dif- has a correct view of tho situaOn the ferent degroes from 0 ey more than the Governments Senator Iugalls of Kansas, who to 100. other hand we are informed by a Hickman, this State, is all torn up with requirements tion. It pithily remarks: "Nei- is good authority on the subject, & now call for. It is citizen of McCracken county, who the rumor of a bir scandal in hiph life high nor low tariffs will bring useless for the gentleman to un- is always well posted on political Ward, of the late firm of Grant ther prosperity to any peoplo, a says tiiore are as many Indians ou KENTUCKY STREET, which lias recent It been developed in that solid & tins continent now as there wore haad '.forhirt pleasant town. l"he world will lo just as dertake to tell tho IIouso that the matters, that ho is stronger in thoWard, in an interview, 8avs tiiat large proportion of whoso grown in 1402, at the time of tho discovKEEPS constantly ok weu off ii it never known all of its details. surplus of tho rovenuo this year busincs of the firm was con- men aro idlers, and who worse oxo JWucflft Xiv. ery of America. HOUSES, BUGGIE8 sad HACKS. will be 880,000,000. He knows that that county than at tho last elec- ducted on tho basis of a Mayfield Democrat. tion. than waste hundreds of millions Having purchased the stable, horses The Courier is deliberately the estimate is made by the offiJos. swindle, and that the Grants and Tho proposition of Col. Johnson dollars yearly iu whisky-drink-hand enhre outfit of W. B. Plummer lacking in that journalistic enter cials of a party that stand almost other prominent members all'totr of The political economist who to take the Kentucky Press Assowe propose to continue the business, and oxc ire'J Mfflr. Enl Cl My! prise which gathers up tho details in solid phalanx protesting against solicit patronage not see this ia blind as a ciation on an excursion to Mexico does of local scandals for publication in tho passage of a bill for whoso de- Chicago Herald. mkcs of Beer, fnwli next November will meet witlithe ,nfS the very The clans are already gathering bat." 3nd lK)h,c and attentive clerks to its columns. It is sensational mat- feat it is paraded here. There aro E. B. Ilayes, pcnsivoly stirring at Chicago for tho hearty endorsement of the presa sme enstomera. BOOTS AND SHOES. SPKC1ALTICS ter, mnkes a paper eagerly sought a hundred millions and nioro of comment and water for the chick- tion. Politics are Juno Coin-eof the State. exceeding act. after, and is expected b- - a large surplus revenue, and there arc ens at Fremont, Ohio, is in no im- ive and secret meetings AT Sonil tlx'rrnM are; being A camel will work seven or class of readers; but vra fail to see two hundred and sixty millions of mediate danger of being upset by K. for poMac. Qt i m . held daily and nightly. 1111AN eight days without drinking. Iu costly the good that such publications idle currency lying in your vaults: a financial cyclone. Ilayes may tox ot roo.1,1 which will . or either accomplish, and do know that it two hundred ami sixty millions of not bo great, but ho has more Ben. Butler has been nomihntiwl au ire. .r.xpcri this he diflers from some mon, lnims tnor,?mo",'y ris''lwJ than anything plj Keeps in slock the very Best Material, Keen K'Hlor iVXl s worl.1. Frtnu- - awivlt many hearts, innocent bonds subject to call, none ofthcni horse sense than some whole fam for Prosideilt by the Aliti Monono- - Hoc. Charter Oak Stoves, Silver Steel x who drink seven or eight days Intel cute. ltonr...l.i..T.1-- lln" workir a and koepn ouly the best workmen. Work causes c. -without working. Miinf gtiatiinleed. Hcpatring solicited. V1VV S. being called. hearts too, to bleed. ? Jioio. ilies. UuiaawSi coin-cnlEmii?Itt'i8 fisb, and will probably nonreturn until after the vention meets in Chicago next a suro shot for tho second place, Tuesday. and a fair probability for tho first. ,,.,, x,.,i If von should frcl Tery warm and dry l;bgan has no tnuuv-v- , ....u ik jo drop in am! try a g'as of the ronst i'Iicinii said has joined forces with Blitino, Li unmade in thu city Uiiiv 5ct n FL'QUA & DeUOW. expecting to get tho The school fund, says Frankfort Edmunds has more following Yeoman, under the now school bill, will amount to over $1,000,000 than Logan, but scarcoly a chance, per year. and it is said will help Arthur. There is a decided majority in The Legislature failed to appropriate any money to continue the tho certain Republican States for work of the Fish Commission, and Blaino, but Arthur downs him all applications for fish on file with heavily in tho Southern States. the Fish Commission are cancellTho Democrats want them to ed. nominate Blaine, because wo stand Tildkn and Hendricks, and a better chance to beat him. Arthur and Lincoln, will be the Arthur has made a conservaPresidential tickets, according to tive, prudent President, and has our guess this week. Xcxt Tues- won the confidence of business day will tell the tale as to tho Re- Republicans, and will bo harder to publicans. beat than Blaine. The strongest man the RepubliSpence, the Nashville will bo Gen. States Marshal, who shot down cans can nominato of Indiana, or some lifs own in tho streets Gresham, of that city, last fall, in cold blood, "dark horse." lias been sentenced to hang on Lincoln will not be a strong canJuly ISth. didate. His strength is only in Yon enn save 25 per rent in pric. and the fact that ho is tho son of Abraconilia--6rYice-Prcst-doucy. ex-Unit- Blaino and Arthur are in the you can buy a 50 0nt Straw lead, and running neck andiocek. l'tAirt'ii. Lincoln is still olFon a sixtec'8 I A report was circulated yester- The suit in which Ferdinand arrest, says a New day afternoon, says a New York Ward is under York special of Thursday, is 'special of Friday, that other by J. Nelson Tappan, rests were made in connection against UlvR8csS. Grant, Jr., Ulys-- , with the Grant & Yard failure, .. ( ht IS rA it ua a H n 'Vi - fl,tiiytt.t ?; Lyp aLgaa viTirta fVMia HWl a:si T&jgW iai Kwa 3-K-a-r- itHiwa'U m B? Wi gsS ! ProXessional J SsssS y H. BUCHANAN. hum mi of wm mm Cards of En t la L.ONR SER-rices ? 13 B. F. O'DANIEL, M. D., O Ft'ERS to the cillzuns of Hickman nni vieinuy. OtSce HIS PKOFKSSIOXAL rurr nnI ltmlicnl in!nrrtl of N?m!nI Wknc, IutpIudU p rtiiotfrrli bj Srlf-Ali- A I.octurt ntt the .Virtnrc.'l rrnlBiaa Iniji- Corner room in Laclede House. i i XT .1 1 7t M T .i Hru,,n . scb o. unuii, lUTtuimiiu AT.' C. Smith and James D. lush for $320,000. The firm is said to owe !..... jir. m... ....... ....A iiikii that. Mr.,. , i:;:iuui I).. t Willi. t, jsuo iiuho ,.,..1 iv. iioci'Q, luuiisti iui i the Citv Chamberlain, said y 'Mr. Ward in his testimony before Referee Cole that Mr. Tappan had drawn out 1,100,009, and much unfavorable comment against Mr. Tappan has been based upon that statement. The fact is, Mr. Ward tnwt: onlv one side of the storv. Tic did not tell how Mr. Tappan rt-'!- to-da- 1 " , DR. Ncrtuut llriltlT, mat lmnIiiH-n- t t. IarriiK ;oirrllr ; t'cntliUipUo. l.liil--h.l it Mrnial tiil I'hjulcal lDcavlt( Ac -1- ST Ul'IIKKT J tl LVKRMELL, ii. D., ' ry .mii-in.ii- . -vn.rl.l-rruowii- ?yhm O lUng-ro- tl tl -- rw-ii- l : jED RANDL j tlm' F. E. CASE, i Family (inK-cric- Groceries; , son-in-la- Lttorneys at FOB SALE. HETtTWECK, BALTZER & CO. i , i m n ( Wilson Bondurani l)rem - e eo . 1 ; . i Hickman O entuclcy. CCP-1M.IE- i E D 'RELIABLE CIIAS. A. IIOLCOM , , i mmmi faints js m wwm, J2:sr1 nr-Xy- thec-mig- : Ua-HIIS- nt jt, . i . i Ex-Preside- nt I'y lt J. W. SOGERS, EOCEKIES, pre-pire- d " c , ,,. jf Ms ' ,,.,i j J E. ..i..i M first-clas- I A 20 . O Fitz-patric- k, Mi ttrocerlti. to-da- y TIYOLI HALL. SOHM, Faris Parker, j. n v. Prop'r. !t - m. ms m A PRIZE. GLAZIEK. l; nl - 4 .- C jw r i r