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ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, t -" QEORGB WARREN, Editor. I r "JClio Oldest NVjwHpnpoJ" esteru Keutuclcv. VOL. Xlg-gjp- . Sonte 3t I"N"V1T.A.TI03XrS, :" 'Price of Subscription, $2, ESTABLISHED 1860. A HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KEN'JEJCKY, FRIDAY. JUNE Mother's .Mistake. -.I. ETC., ETC, 36,- OJKXtXj JVnTD S2S3D SCHOOL AND CHURCH. A Leavenworth (Kan.) colored' preachor recontly baptized thirty people TJI5U If Ift f-- "3 raj-.fillmrn?,lglh7hUtirfetaf8l1frSatr " hanging udown the western .iv rikir- heaus Tt innti, llin lilnrwl rf thfl timn rendered the Anril eveninn- skies imr. upon miut .. . .. the tingle when be per- s iicuiuny auraci.vo ims year. At a POiriu flirtcornel ntl tnflt. single glauce tho obserxer could see his liery rfie inspires iiearlytho whole planetary ot the sun, worlds hecourier swiftly in among li tlight. passes tho earth's brother and silter worlds in V.'hat colli-ioif there shining array. It requires no astrono- Hut luckily forshouldall be a are wide gates mical instruments to perceive that these open, and'he him has nclearroad, this John planets shift their places from week to Gilpin of the skies. tweek; that some are and tho orbUs of the As he some are that some shino planets, darts supposing the direction of the with a dazzling whiteness and others in"with, a leaden or ruddy hue, and that comet's motion not to be greatly sysclined to the general plane of tho tthoy-al- l differ in appearance from tho tem, he is able to study the aspect of fixed stars. the various worlds. Terrestrial astronThis brilliant procession of worlds is views as he a spectacle of intense interest to every omers can never have such solar sysgets of those outposts of the one .who stops to consider how closely tem, Uranus and Is'eptune. He obtain.--, in origin and as well as in perhaps, an insight into the nature and Ijhysical resemblances they are linked splendid rings that with the globe upon whose" surface wc constitution of the possess whicha Gali encircle Saturn, to pass our lives. naij uar-or tierschei But the observer must in imagination leo life itself. would niniosiin Jnp: ter. He perceives ered sjilace himself out5ido the. solar system far motv clearly than wc afe able to ,iu prdec to get a comprehensive view of do with greatest telescopes, the Cits relations to the universe around it. marvelou ourphenomena of a. giant Jf'ainan conld ride upon a comet as it planet which is just being bornout of approaches the system from outer tne cnaotie elements of an cxtinguisiied jSpacc, he itould obtain a true conce- sun. He has a close view of some of ption of our situation in the universe. the throng of minute planets that cirSuppose our rider meets his comet a culate between Jupiter and Mars f hun'drcd thousand million miles from ldanets which are so small. some of thesun. Even then lie has not traversed them, that their equators might serve one two hundredth part of the interval r.s a race track for Weston and '"Row ell tcparating tho sun from the nearest and tho other ..tfixed'star; but-h- c ha left all the planets .far behind him. From that magnili-'veeWhat wonderful sights may'ho not height and distance what a pros behold upon Mars, a world that has pect expands around mm: Here ho is. advanced in its planetary development oot in open space, which spreads awav many ages beyond the earth, and to dbevond the reach oi imagination in whose inhabitants some ' astronomers every direction, niere'is no sunlight have not hesitated to ascribcachieve for at this distance the sun has . ,.r UWindleu to a Star, and twinkles 'imntM A. ......,i....... o l. its fellows. There is 'no air here, ami bridging of the Atlantic Ocean, .the vast dome r.f tho universe is liko He can obtain a most striking view jet, with cduutlcs millions of stars ' of this living earth audits dead com- tfgmtcnng .on ercry-Mdlike diamonds rade. tho moon-t- he one whirling in ilia ninL." ilontlic Vt U ... .a. ata. swiftly upon its ais and enjoying the .KtarligHt, for there is no medium to rapid succession of day and night; its v diffuse their radiations. waters sparkling in the sunshine; its T- .:An(1 tJ.lat little point of piercing light green prairies and forests glowing with yonder; 'that insignificant star, is the beauty; cities dotting its surface: a 5un, which was wont to shed such an d atmosphere surrounding incomnrehensiblo blaznnf it, vegetation covering the slopes of its nirhL.min ilnv . .TnM ....- - 1:1 mountains: and its is urnll qc V 5 Wouldn't (Jive Hint a Chance. Old, Simeon had been cmplovcd to The spoiled boy in tho boarding houso .J! nearer overthrowing tho monu- (Trrl- - in Onlnnol 1 1 l. .. ' anicu. Tk xuo conies ".n.ivuiuin;wuuuin Colonel noticed that the old man spent ment of that constantly tested virtue . The man that docs tho talkin "11 git worsted patience than all other combined agen- the most of his time at the kitchen - wcryfihotl cies. The other day, at au Arkansaw window, talking to the colored lady T3r health resort, a pa'o woman, leading a who condescends to the menial office of .Kcyer talk hackto a fuller that's notion' yo- u. "retail "hang back" boy. entered the cook. While tho Colonel was standing A Jest let hlui.earrr on, audit-i- and cuss and dining-rooNearly oery man looked at the front gate. Simeon came around swear; , r.i And when he finds his lyln' and his cumin's .uuotigii .1 im- wcniaii ana tlie imv and was in the act of passing out, when i "" , Jcstamiisln'-ouma,'c no "ise, for men posess a strange the Colonel obsorved the gontloman'j You've ffot him clean kafluminlxod, and you mtu,Lum concerning sjwiled children, coat bulging and his arm raised in a want to hold him there! an se,,,n to tnc soundless footsteo rather suspicious manner. Kcver talk back, and wake np the whole comf one. Tho hoy was deposited in tho "Simeon, what's that you've got munity, .And call a mHn a liar how&omcvcr that's ""'ol' chair. 'v and the woman in a uuder your arm?" his flx: t'r'i'sS of expression, showing tho "Dis heah arm, sab?" You can litt and land him lunlor and with "Yes, that there arm." 'S3 of leo.ii anJ midnight inarch irrnpnfiillfrTn,iir,lt Vv ith one pood "Dis 'tin?" placing his right hand on around the room, smoothed back the Jolt o silence than a half a; ', down kicks! youngster's hair and asked what ho his left breast. Jr. ItUcy, in'LulIanapolU Journal. i, "Yos, you know whioh one I moan." would have. "Yas, sab, yas. Use got a powerful "Don't want uothin"," trying to shovo millions upon millions of miles to. its ' A RIDE LTOX A COMET. swellin' un'ermy arm, aah." length as it approaches the sun. 2Cbw, His chair from tho table. "There was nothing tho matter whot; "Win, son. you said yoti u an ted indeed, The simultaneous nrcseuco of thn you eamo tins norning. something to oat." j The coinpt hi is on hi wv, lnWnUM.1' n..C..l i. ., ...1 . tlV.ur. sah. dafjj n.fnk.. !,.- .i 3 i'Ti ibjioai urn , iiiI.. j iTiJriT.wWnf ICcvertalk back! such thinjrs is ronrehcn'slblft: A feller only corks li!se"f thnt jnirs a man thnt'a lint rp a quarrel, er you'll only keep jour mouth -- .V ' KEYEK TALE HACK. -- j mg comet lias borne him into the are and biMle of a solar system. He cannot doubt that if his celestial courser hid carried him into the neighborhood of some other star he would linvClbchold a scene equally or perhaps cvethnorc wonderful. And now the comet enters the solar system and rushes headlong in ahiong iiiu - Maueu wwani us center of attrae , uon, mo sun. A groat change "radpally takes place in its appearance." Perhaps the comet's rider could tell juathoir and why it occurs, but astronomers upon the earth have never vet licen able satisfactorily to explain it. " At anyratc it begins to assume a lierv aspect a faint cloudv obioet it becomes a usazing meteor, inrowing out bcliind it a glowing train that stretches like a conflagration across the sky, and adds . THE DAIRY. Yefltilation in thn ilnirr shmild Vin ffollO attnirllt nr. -- 1.. - . 1. -- " -- ." Ve"" uuuy 1U UJO morning. t- &. He Got an Opinion. IadiMLCtems. nunpjy-ioso, half-breed- tf&en.tiie -A- I Overfeeding at long intervals, and e"V pecmllywith cold feed, kills- a good - If chru,l,l i,a fwi , vi,ir. Vermontdnirvmnn .. sn .V J l"n fiirrt unios a uav. air is the coolest , f iiuyaiUaule caivc. - '0' te 4 I . 8 .. iiiirin-VM.l sraiirtrWuTMu tmrikUar-m- hyPVUiPgthc cows up at night and lettmgjriiem stand to hay. milk U standing for cream to..nSOthe purity of the cream, and cottsohuently the fine flavor and o butter, will be injured if tho sujfaceof the cream is exposed freely toMrxnuch warmer than tho cream. djffifrs you are able aud willing to o"i"wiyiu m wiiuug yoirciiunmnns. ivwr IUlu UQ neiior to. keop-ing'oqhhalt-H'alied the spring they are very sure to eat Joo much of tho young grass and bring on the scours. Ihis can beguarded against Iifturning cows to pasturo'early in While Officer Pierce, of the City Hall, was rubbing his back against the wall in the lower corridor yesterday, a strango young man kept moving, around and watching him so attentively that the officer finally asked if ho wanted anything. "Yes; I'd liko to talk to you," was the reply. "All right what is it?" "Will you give me a square up and down honest answer to a question?" :Why, of course I will." The young man shifted about uneasily, turned a shade and a half palor, aud hesitated a full minute boforo ho said: "If you wore walking along the street and a boy called out for you to get oil that tunnol, what would say ho meant to insinuate?" "Why, bo meant to insinuate that yon were bow-legged- and thero Tho Poncas s in the tribe. are but six They have rctaincg their purity of blood in a remark:"" uegree, and are, as a consequeuce't pPOn morals than either the Kaws.orpsages. They at one time had a aumber of half and qnarler bloods in." the, kibe, but these havo nearly all died out; and none have been born to fillj tlmr places. The Poncas aro gairigfmerically year by year since comiagtpithis reservation six years ago. They were mov ed from Baxter Springs hjrojat that time, but came originally fppm Dakota. In the matter of civilizajwn they get on slowly. Fow of the men aadnoae of the women have a large can speak English . in fifteen minutes. English inspectors have reported the most practicable way of teaching history is to begin with tho present time and go backward. Th Century. Since 18C3, formerly considered a grave for Methodism, and at" that date had onlv sixteen chapels, has increased to sixty-fou- r. sanctuaries and ninety-seve- n smaller London, which was ." - .. tni-l-- n n? slow-pace- d s swift-foote- d- 1 de-tin- y, ingup Ids plate and throwing off apiece of meat. "What do you want then?" "Want ome 'serves.'' "1'ou should not eat preserves tho iirt thing. Want mamma to break egg in a glass?" lessum. She arranged tho ogg, being very caroful to nsa the propor amount of saft and bntter. "I don't want It," shoving it away. "EkI the ogg, oh.' "I don't want it," upsetting thoglass. "I ought to spank you for thatR "I should say so," mattered a drummer. "I'd liko to get my bauds on him," an old mnid said in an undertone, bile another woman and another man knit tlmjr brows in severe disapproval of the x mother's course. "Don't yiMi want a nke biscuit with aiigar on il," asked the mother. "1'es." She gave him the biscuit, after earo-fpreparation, and Ih threw it on the floor. "Never mind. Tin going to tell vour pa. You are a bad Iwy.' ".No, I ain't, "' striking the table with ul lwo" blood's rMit. sah." "No, and I don't think that vour flesh is altogether above suspicion. ' "Dpan think it K .h. I'se had dis swellin' soberal times, sail, in tie last weok ur two." "I don't doubt it in the least." "Nor. sah, nor. Wuz er workin' 'roun' dar jes' now an' do fust thin- I knowod, dis arm guntor go up, an' pains guntor shoot down dis laig. It wuz do fust time dat sieh a thin" hab obur happened an' it skeered me." "Thought you had beon affected that way several times in the last woek or - you." "O, yas. but it wuz nn'or de udder arm bofo'. Kep on er swelliii' jes' like I tolls yer, till I got skeered, so Use now goiif tor see a doctor, fur I doan wanter lot it run on." "1 Hin a physician. Lot me examine his knife. nt i j .!. -- e - t -- lio-ht- tr elond-people- nnA.-mcI ita rnnlinntil snow-cappe- givejt to ou. if you don't behave yourself," said the mother, blushng. "I want to get down." She helped him down. "I vtnnt to get up." She helped him up, and asked him what ho wanted. " I want some of your coffee." She gave him her cup, ami shoring it awav, he cried: "l)on't want that. Want my oof- " "No. he wont," sticking his fork through tho table cloth. "Don't you want some of" mamma's potatoes?'' "Yes." ishe put a piece of potato on his plate and he brushed it off and threw it oa the floor. The drummer groaned and the old maid sniffed the air. "I know what you want, and I'll uae "I'm going to tell your pa liow you acted and he'll whip yon." I t sun is diminished to a spark. And where are flic planets, where the earth? Hidden in the ravs of that star. .The height from which Lucifer .descended when morn To noon he fell, from noon to doivy eve. and with the setting uri, J)opiod from the zenith liko a falHnsr Mar," - amis at one stride into space the tar-quencing ". rni was a trifle to this. Yet even here the power of the sun is felt, for the comet begins to obey its attraction and bend -- .it& course toward amon- all Kn JViYmVlofn n ninfrict ln liptirtlrtc ...the multitude of suns which sparkle in f chained together by the resistless power ot gravitation, tueir distance apart thegloom of space it is the nearest. Xhe comets motion is accelerated. being, as astronomical measures go, ' but the merest step. gradually lliesjtar-lifcestinerea-e- s apparent size and brilliancy. After If he passes close to Venus, he may -a time it becomes clear to th"c comet-rid- be able to penetrate the mask of clouds that out of the abyss of imniensitv which has ever hidden the face of tho he is approaching one of the populated I'lanet of Love from terrestrial star places of the universe. If we suppose j gazers, and possibly he will discover him endowed with a most piercin" that tho plauet s beauty. liKo that of vision and in the eler ether even the amorous goddess whose name it ordinary vision would possess extraor- bears, is only skin deep. Wo cannot dinary power he may see, in different gues what discoveries ho might make , directions, other comets upon Mercury, the inmost planet of all, and perhaps meteors in which bravesthe sun at close quarters, swarms and singly, joining the general for our telescopes give us little hint as procession toward the solar centre. to its condition. Already the loneliness of space is gone, And at last tho comet is face to face ' and his comet and the sun are no longer with tho terrors of its perihelion . the only material bodies within distance passage. It must swing around the measurable to human comprehension. sun, which from a little star has now The sun continues to increase in size grown to a gigantic orb of fire, so close and splendor as he approaches it, and as almost to touch it. Long beforo he . if he had any means of measuring his approached so near the comet's rider velocity the passenger would perceive beheld astonishing appendages about - that the speed of the comet is becom- the. sun. Instead of a smooth, dazzling ing frightful. Now ho sees that it is a white globe, he saw the sun ringed with scarlet flames, while shooting out on . metropolis of the Universe he is approaching. All roads lead to it; the every side, hundreds of thousands, and number of his coming in some ca;es, perhaps, even millions from every direction, increases. They of miles, were huge fans and shafts of draw closer together as they near the wonderful light, like fiery spokes radiating from the glowing hub of tho focus of their motion. solar system. And presently the solar system, this And now, as tho comet darts closer great city of space in which we dwell, in, he sees the whole surface of the to open upon his vicxv as the of the elements , shining cupolas and.minarets of Da- - melting pot in the mighty rush surging of conand'swirling mascus rise from afar before the tending solar forces. People haTc lost eyes of the traveler approachlong ing across the plains of Syria. First, their heads by gazing too wouldat the tear , Niagara Whirlpool. That perhaps, he catches sight of that roys-- a ship to pieces. nBut theroaro maelteriou? trans Ueptunlau planet, which stroms hero in the sun that would no human eye has ever yet beheld, but shatter and swallow a world. Iron and whose existence some astronomers bc- - copper m and zinc are 'lievc has been demonstrated by means vapor and spouted here reduced to heavenward thouof comets which it has made prisoners sands and even hundreds ,?to the sun turning them by its attra- of miles, and down they of thousands come again, ction iuto closed orbits as they entered ceaseless and awful rain of molten J the outskirts of the solar system. He metal. Aye, masses of y sees this sentinel planet re- arc hurled from beneathsun substance tho volving at a distance from the sun equal and go to nearly twice that of Neptune. Yet scattering white-ho-hurtling out into spaced t showers of fragfrom his point of view it seems to be ments, and cooling and outside the rays of the sun. But, they go. never to comecondensing as leJust back forthwith, as ho continues to approach, Hung forth by the hecatches sight of another faintly wander until they falltormented stm to perchance upon - shining planet circling around tho sun the earth or upon some other planet, or much nearer than the first. It is Ne- - join-thsystem a-nd m er poles; the other hanging almost motionless upon its axis, a worn-ou- t world, without air, without water, without vegetation, without life, only a desert expanse of barren rocks; its naked mountains; its silent volcanoes; its untenanted plains; and its old empty sea bottoms presenting a scone of utter desolation, turned to the untempered glare of the sun without the shadow of a cloud or a tree to hide it. And these two worlds, presenting d riferfromit!lnuunant enuntortoW .JSfln, t r.. away trom tho tnbloT"" " No you wont," and he threw back his head and kickod the under side of lfyourdonWlJualiHietaUqltyoul journevin-southwards- fellow-traveler- s, ed - far-awa- attendant moon.turns its round, spotted face' to his view. Venus and Jlercury and the teeming millions of meteors .' that crowd tho neifhhorhnnd of tho am .. .appear in turn, and finally the voyager from outer space beholds the whole Golar system glowing with light and beauty before him. As the microscopist, by means of his powerful lenses, wliich, in effect, enable him tobring the object he is studying . rcvolving'aronnd a disSaturn t tune Then view; with its rings slowly tant star. What a gigantic Gatling emerges to next gigantic Jupiter gun tho universe, belching fire and rolls into sight; then that swarm of tiny smokeofand fearful missiles, must the '.worlds, tho asteroids; and then ruddy comet face now! Mars; after which our earth, with its At the perihelion swing e speck enlarge into a wonder-worl- d of creation, so our man upon a . minute comet, merely by approaching close to the solar retain, lias sin n. lu'intllm. - etar enlarge into a blazing sun, ana out , of its rays emerge a crowd of worlds, - basking in it beat and light, and presenting a spectacle that might make au an'iel exclaim with astonkhinent and delight From the cold and darkness aadloncsomeness of space the wander- - ness. . exceedingly close to his eye, sees aduil the tremend ous globe of the sun scpmccmim whole expanse of the sky, a boundless, lagiug, iwssiug anu spouting sea of unquenchable lire, a universal. conflaTa tion wherein iron and all the nicfals, calcium and all the elements of tho solid rocks, flaming, lick tho heavens. There are no words invented that can describe the heat, the glare, and the roar of it. This terrific passage around the sun is the culmination of the comet's career, the fiery Cape Horn of its Tovage. Flung off by the storm giant, h speeds away again, back through the realm ol tho planets, and out into the black dentns from which t pmorA Even though furnished with the wings of imagination, the rider must look alive and leap quickly as his racej passes the earth, unless he would bo. carnca . again into the outer dark i itai-h- r.Serviti. inX. r. r. Sun. j "Heah,,take do picer meat!" lifting his coat and exhibiting a ham. "Yer s de wnst pnsson I ebcrseed. Won't gin er man a chnnco nohow." Arkansaw and replied: "Oh, I am afraid. I Traveler. whipped one boy beforo this one was He Did the Best He Could. born. I whipped him one evening, and that night he died. I have been m'ser-abl-c An Irish In borer was recently killed ever sinco," and she smoothed back the petulant boy's hair ami be- on the railroad, and one of his fellow stowed on him a look of indescribable workmen was deputed to break tho news to his wife. tenderness. "Break it gintly to her, Dennis, An old lady, who had taken no nopoor sow," he was "instructed. "Lead tice of the peYformiuice, looked up and n up to it bv degroes, and not be too said: like' "1 think that you arc doing vour son "Is this Mrs. McFaddon?" asked an injustice. To allow a child to pursue such an unrestrained course can not Dennis, who was frighloned at the task help but be an injury to him, and your bofore him, of the woman who opened the door. indulgence, permit me to say, is mis"It is. Phat de ve want?" taken kindness. I corrected my elder "Is Misther McFadden in?" sou. I whipped him be au-- o I knew it "He is not. He is beyant on the railwas necessary. Like the child of whom you speak, he died. I resolved never road, wurrking for ninety cints a day." "It's a foiue day, Mrs. McFadden. again to enforce obedience, and when I was blessed or cursed," she added, Would ye muind givin' mo a tasthte of "with another son, I vowed that he wathor? Thank ye. bad cess to the stuff. It's a foine day, Mrs. McFadshould never feel the hand of correction. My expor'ence with Irm was den." "Vis, it's a foine day. Phnt would very nearly the same as that which you are having. I allowed him to dispute vc be afthcr doing with Mr. McFadmy word in his infancy, and after he don?" "I want to see him on sonic private grew up I had no control over him. .Many a night did h- - start from s'cep business. Wull he be home this av'niu,' and tell me to shut mv mouth, finding do ve think?" "He wull." me in prayer at his bedside. He died" "Misther McFadden is a very dacent the old lady's face was bowed over the table. "He died, but the marks of mon, aud sliure he has a foino lookin' Yer of Oirish descent, of a mother's correction were not on him. woife. coorse?" The law Living Pompeii. the correcwas an "Yis: me grandfathur tion. He was hanged." Onr Naples correspondent writes: A "ter a moment's silence the old ladv O'Tourke, and me fathur was tho best mon that iver Mt ouldOirland." "A project is on foot for a three days' continued: artistic festival at rompeii, uuder tho "I think Oi'll wait for Misther Mc"If I could speak to all mothers I direction of Professor Petra, director of would say: 'Do not bo blinded by a Fadden. I want to spake to him at fal.--c the museum, some other distinguished idea. Love, love in which judg- wanct when he comes home." .Milking Time. "Poor crathur," communed Deunis archaeologists, and some of the first ment finds a place, tells you to educate your child to respect you, fop ln early as he seated himself, "Oi'm the mon to So strangely impressed upon the. artists of N'aples. The proceedings wil" disregard of mother cuds in the awful break the news gintly to her, but it's aivy iithe time at which sho is milked be arranged ag follows: On tho first disregard of all respect, of noaesty, of hard wurrk. There they come now with that sho be.'omes anxious for the opera- day Circensian games will bo executed human life.'" Opic JleaU, in Texas all that is left of poorMisthcr McFad- tion before the period of milking ar- in a circus erected on the outskirts of den. Oi say, Mrs. McFaddon." ex- rives. The udder, which was emptied Pompeii, on ground not yet excavated, iSiJdnqs. claimed Dennis, "they're bringin' yer in the morning, gradually becomes dis- with chariots and all the He Kicked. husband to ver. A train'ran over him tended and painful asoveiiingadvances, ancient customs. Before the game, and killed him." and as the pressure at a certain time there will be a procession, and a mock A farmers mutual insurance comAnd with the tears standing in his becomes habitual, the animal will regit-larl- Emperor will proceed to his seat in the pany, doing business in Virginia, had a eyes, Dennis if said: "Byes I broke the mcotingo. directors tho other dar, and, news gintly, poor sowV' Philadelphia time to allowed, be prompt at an exact Imperial stand. Various factions, with be milked. But this is only the their respective colors, will take part after the .transaction of routine busi- Call. case with cows that arc milked at reguin the races. Afterward the city will ness, one of the board rose up and lar hours, not fifteen minutes too soon, bo visited, where several shops will be said: A Case of Hydrophobia. or half an hour ln.fr lint m li inmnl. restored to their ancient semblance, in "I notiee among the bills of expense " one for S3 for printiug our annual ""I was seated in my office one day," niOll'ent.. The pnnsnillnnf is thnt- tlinr - ' which victuals and wine will bo sold in ' ...mi v wm oe statement on 4,000 said tho doctor, "when a small boy the vicetewcr cows that may engage in antique vessels. On tho second day " will be a "That's all right." explained the bolted into the room. I was just seeing the forceof "holding up the milk." as there tho housomock wedding procession of Cornelius Hufo to the of regularity will overcome from President. one patient out and admitting another, many of the inducements that prompt street of Mercury, md a funeral pro"How all right? Don't we employ a and the boy blurted out: 'Say, Mr. secretary at a salary of Sim per Doctor, will you come round the corner? them to depart from propor habits, and cession will proceeL from the house of vcar?" There's au old man got a fit.' I rushed during the night, as she chews the Faun to the Hcrculaneura gate, the milk accumu- where the mourners will perform funer"Yes. and the secretary prepared out and found a man ninety years of hei cud and become al rites. During the intermediate time the copy and contracted for the orint- - age in a fit of pain, unmistakably hydro- lates, sho will quickly habituated to look forward to the between these processions extravations mg. phobia. 'He's been bitten by a mad various points of Pom"I don't say he didn't, but I'd like to do-,- ' said I. 'No, he haint,' said an hour, so rej,uart when she will be 'will take place atthird day gladiatorial unlkeil and relieved of her incumpeii; and on tho know what business he had to contract old woman; 'he haint been out of the brance. bo executed in the for any such printing when we furnish house for six 'And to distend When tho udder is allowed ;games will presence months.' in of the mock EmS unusually the pain is him pens and ink. It was his duty to you have no dog?' I inquired. very severe, and the disposition peror. The departure of the Emperor write out them cards, sir, and I. for 'Nary,' said the old woman. 'This is cow injured thereby, to say 1iy torch-ligwill conclude the festivone. shall kick against any such ex- curious,' I said, but it was plain hydronothing of tho nervous irritability to ities, the different scenes of which will travagance." Wall Street Xcws. phobia, and the man died. I was de- which she will be subjected, and in'tho do careful copies of antique customs. termined to sift this extraordinary caso a short time tlie fiuautity ol Pieces of music will be specially comThe widow of the famous Mexican to the bottom. I made careful in- co"rLof becomes less aud the cow ruined posed for the occasion, and performed quiries. I discovered that sixty yean m..ten"per. General, Santa Anna, is now living y If, on tho contrary, she be on instruments of antique devices. The in her native State, and seldom in- ago he was bitten by a mad dog." milked before this festival will take "And tho hydrophobia took all that riod between the regular hour, the pe- period isat which decisively fixed, trudes into the outer world. Mrs. S.in-t- a as the that milking and the suc- place not yet Anna is but forty-eigyears old. time to develop?" ceeding one jg lengthened exactly in preparations will of course take some "No; he had had hydrophobia fof proportion Santa Anna was President of Mexico as the first method shortens time." London Daily 2i"ews. three years before she was born. She sixty years, but he did not know it." it; the cow, in the meantime, being de"How could that be?" was plighted to him in her cradle, and Professor L. R. Smith, of Missouri, prived "He had never tried to drink water training0f regularity, loses much of tho caught a rattlesnake while visiting in married to him when she was thirteen. taught her, by beginning to all that time, so nobody could tell he overcome the habit of exoectat'on ol Texas last winter. Ho found it up an A deed registered in Wyandotte. had San Fraiicisco Chronicle. ina rnh..i period, and the conseqnenco apple tree and switched it off tho limb Kan., called for the transfer of a cer- De win i? jpSS regularity in feeding m .with his ridinsr-whiOn the back ot The Japenese live almost wholly l!Utl ,ot TO one tt imam iienry the snake is a outline f a Fteld ati'l on fish. ioa Tyler.Tippocanoo Coon." woman s face. St. Louis Post. ; as you live, 1 am." " No you wont," and he threw up his head and looked like a cub bear. '.Madam,' said tho old maid, "why don't you whip thnt boy:--" Tho poor woman looked up; blushed the table. " I'm goiug to tell your father; suro Simeon. "Who is vour physician?" "Do tor Pillings.'' "He's out' of town. You'd better let me make an examination." "Huh?" shifting uneasily. "Let me see what's the matter." "Itoss, my doctor tolo mo dat I mus' n't let no udder man toch me, 'case if I did, de swellin' is ap' tor strike in an' kill me. "J'wan't fur dat, I'd put myse'f un'or vor charge in or mimt, 1 se hoerd dat yer's n mi"hly line 'zishun, an' ef ycr had tuck" dis ease at fust, w'y ver niout er been a good ban' at it by dis time." "1 have treafod many a ewe liko thw," said the Colonel, "and I don't think that 1 would be discharging my sworn duty as a physician if I were to allow you to leave njy premises without having first attempted to relieve you." "Boss, bean is de fack in de case. Dr. Pillings owes me monor. an' I hab promised lor take it out in doctoritf . Now, ef lie finds out dat I'se 'plo'ed some udder man. he'll '" et mad, t..I.I. .1... I ain' gbjp niouev ter pay yer nid " ; thing. "YrVlpowerfnl ullgin' gonnor- man, but I doan' wanter take de 'vantage o' ver. I'se alius made it er rule not ter "pose on a kind man." "1 cannot allow you to go without exerting my skill," taking hold of old Hole on, boss," stoppiug bnck. "Yers'f doan tin'eroUin' dU case. Ycr niout be a "hmI doctor wid de chills, but I'se urfVcrd ter tros' yor wid a case like dis. My regular family 'zishun is de only man what nn'erstan's dis case." k&and plenty ot it will remove the menet-- ., ........ it ..:.! i. .. m ounu-c- i, o.wu IUE VllIUUl US i. UO erros ot disease that inrK in the stood off and squinted at him, "you are tin.v6sels. d a man, and don't you for-- In answer to a iiicstion as to wha is tic best grain food fur milch cows, get it!" "In both legs?" Pnfessor Arnold recommends four "Yes, and you've got it oad! I think pats of bran, two parts of corn-meit's tho worse case I ovor saw." aid one part of linseed oil meal as "Now, as faco haring given him tho best results in step off, do II look away from you and as if'l was ruling on to cost of any dry food that pnportion a tunnel?" iiehas ever used. "Exactly! If you had a seat on top of -- Mr. Victor M. Drake tells how he a big boiler tho crook iu your legs roressos devotion to perpetual motion would hardly be worse." onthe part of tows: "Tie "How is my gait as I approach you?" slnrt, and apply aloes to the toats "Well, after milking. The pungent walking I should think you wore tasto of the drug, after one or sorry to on each side of a savvlog. I am biter tell you those things, but you two applications will general effect a keep up the treatment for several asked me for an honest opinion." eire. 1 "Certainly dars, for fear the appotite for milk have given I did, and am r glad vou it. I am twenty-fouyears wit return." to be pretty wolbaccepted old. For the last fourteen years I' have It soems had as true, the statement made at tho but a suspicion that I was never had manhood enough to mee tingof the North we tern Dalrymon's sottlo the question. Every time I've Association, that of the cows in tho for a year past the nor in use in the dairies of the country boon yelled atcity to got off that tunnel, 1kvs me d just pay for anil I finally decidod to settle the mat-to- r. are unprofitable, thoir beard and bed, while the "oilier I'm much obleeged." third must make up the losses oa tho "O, no thnnks. Hope you don't feel irit thin I and make something over to ovor it." kespthodnirymenmtt of th poor house. bad "Feel bad! Why, sir, it's a groa A suggestion worth its weight in burden off my mind! For a dozon years gold (taking ten pounds as a standard) I've been walking sideways and corner-way- s is tin's: If you can command a strong to make mysolf beliovo that my stream of water through a ho when legs wore as straight as I've the butler conies in granules, draw oil wondered why I had to cover so much the buttermilk and turn this stream on land to jump six feet. I've seen the the butter. It must make the butter- gals winking at each other and didu't milk lly, and wash the butter much know what was up. I've seen strangers better than it could he done by turn- halt wheu I was working alongside the ing tho churn or working a dasher in road and gaze at mo till I clubbed 'em it. American Ihiiryman. off. I've wondored why I always landed It is pleasant to have to record an sideways in a puddle when 1 tried to instance in which due credit for jump ovor it." to good feeding is given "And now?" lo the much despi-e- d native cow. "And now I'm perfectly satisfied. When a native cow can yield milk con- I'm a young man on a tunnel, and peotaining nine per cent, of butter or one ple can like it or lump it! The tunnel's pouna of butter for livo quart (eleven going home goodbye!" Detroit Free jiouudo) of milk it goes to prove that a I'rest. cow is a cow after all, and that cows are made of oue blood about as much Streaks of Luck. as men aro or more so. Indeed, cows Wc have heard of a man 'who had quite frequently have the advantage ol a year loft him because ho was men in this respect, and are far more respectable and honest in returning civil to an infirm old lady in church, for eviC finHinrr tlin tiiMntio fs Imi on4S. t.nH oiUfM good and often bow-leggeal slf-3ucKin- anWestinfoif:"""!""! rQrMuuu.givo g bow-legge- d, one-thir- d one-thir- 1 bean-pole- s. sud-do- had-attemp- ted- management of dairy cow of more importance than that of having them regularly foil. If there is one thing on earth that a cow remembers better than another it is the hour that her feed is due. If sho ha a good normal appetite she will grow restless and aniou as the hour approaches, and this state of mind is said to be very injurious upon the quality of the milk, if they are looc, under such circumstances, they are certain to begin booking one another. It is a very bad habit for hands to get into, aud keeping regular hoars should be impressed iiioii tlioni. When oue niau gets behind it is certain to delay every other man on the placo whore "there is customary system in vogue; if the feeding .is delayed tho milking must be also, and thnt sets back the hour for setting away the milk nnd so tho and washing the uten-il- s, fir3t delay works mischief all round. American Duinpnan. Major Alvord is doing some giant labor in trying to induce the dairymen of his country to raise instead of buying their cows. The main point of his argument is the great danger of importing into their neighborhood the diseases of other States by this buying system. He says while all may not believe in the stories about cows that arerage their weight in milk every month, or butter in a year; but by halving this yield, wc come within the limits of what can be economically attained. Then he well say, as a rule where ten cows aro now kept, the same food and care, or less, given to seven better animals would give better results. Generally the seven can be selected from the ten or their offspring, but no such improvement is possible under the (rade system. This is a little doubtful; 'ftlie only safe method of steady, sure, profitable improvement is to form a termanent r.erd, and maintain and enlarge it by its own increase judiciously Studied. Exchange. ri ti Sn,7rrifeliyiat'ithT' liiantolibvnhoKftlc'arWoVSeS-nF- " that his, and when she died he found i . . . t ' she had bequeathed to him tho bulk of her property "as a reward for his patient kindness." A clergyman of our acquaintance obtained a living of good value from a baronet in Norfolk, for no other reason than that he was the onlv curate vd(hin ten miles round who had not applied for it when it fell vacant. And auother clergyman whom wo know got a still better living for having refused preferment offered to liim under circumstances derogatory to his dignity. Ho was a fair singer, and a vulgar plutocrat, who had invited him to dinner, promised to give him a living if he would sing a comic song at dessert The quiet rebuke which the young clergyman administered made the plu" tocrat ashamed of himself, so that the next day he proffered the living with a letter of apology; but the living was refused, the clergyman stating that it would be impossible for him to forgot tho circumstancos under which it was first tendered. This was the more honorable, as the clergyman was very badly off. Another patron, hearing of what he had done, appointed him to a benefice as a testimony of his admiration. We may conclude with the story of a man who was suddenly made rich because of his great stupidity. He was the only dull niau in a bright-witte- d family, and going to dine with a wealthy relative vvho had a horror of fools, he made so many silly remarks that tho old man cried in exasperation: "I must do something for you, for you'll never do anything for yoursolf. If I don't make a rich man of you, you'll becomo a laughing stock to the world and a disgrace to your family." Chambers'1 Journal. ( two-wheel- y, postal-cards.- laA"JJ?tSJSld. jjarochial teachers and and som?fthe classes arc in the Cdtablislimcntjbf.ini&grtdaicisj;-the Third Header. "Mathematics come xne uenevoiont f ratcrnit'rorf Bos easy to them. ton Unitarian) churches has voted to Nearly half tin men wear civilized accept the chapel and other property clothing, and allPouca women wear bequeathed to it by the late "Rev. petticoats insteal of leggings. The blanket is never vhollv discarded, how- - of the vvilf is that the chapel pulpit over, and seems indispensa- shall be filled by a Methodist preachor. Boston Transcript. ble for a wrap and for bedding. Nearly all prefer boots aid shoes to moccasins The New York Mission and Tract in bad weather, jn the matter of farm- Society hs compiled statistics showing ing eighty to ninjtv families will raise that lower New York is very poorly considerable com this season, averag- supplied with Protestant churches. ing, perhaps, eight acres to each The Catholic churches are plentiful family. The aKnt thinks there may enough, but there is only one Protestant be eight hundrd acres of corn raised church to 5,000 inhabitants. The State this year by Ui Poncas. They raise of New Hampshire has one church to somo wheat andjpoUUoos, but are sadly every ."XVi inhabitants. A". II Tribune. deficient in stoic of all kinds. Therein is one of tlie faults of the have me of any kind, and public schools a lack of education of very few have tjums for farming. The the heart. Steering clear of the Seylla tribe is without religious instruction of sectarianism, they have not found a except a SundaV school. There is no middle course, bat become wrecked on mission here of anv kind. The men do the Chary bdis of heart ignorance. Chilwhat outdoor wrk is done at all. The dren are not sufficiently trained to d Government isaies about know the utility of the heart's noblest rations of saltTaugar beef, soap aud sentiments. Respect for authority, for : flour. parents, for elders may be quo"tcd". The tribe hasilOl, 891 acres of land Veneration also suffers. Babfi Mendcs, and $70,000 tnis funds at five percent. of See York. They also hare I treaty fund of S,ooo In tlie English Contemporary per annum forfre years yet, for clothDr. Plmnptre, a dean of the Esthon- ing, etc. Theyjiave leased seven tablished Church, advocates the recogs.wiu acres oi laatl lo .J. ii. onnuuiu, nition of encouragement of women as the licensed traler here, for tivo years. preachers. Curiously onough, the for $1,700 nor annum. He is to fence weekly organ of English Methodists it all, and is noy engaged in that work. does not back up the dean, lmt Mr. Sherburn ?me Tiere five yenrs ago "There is ampie room for tho a bankrupt, is cow lessee of about ministry of women even in day's of the reservation, has a fine of extended feminine rightsthese 'deand stock of goods, and neary two thousand veloped feminine powers, vvithout'thetr head of cattle mounting the pulpit" In preceding letters mention- was The mndo of Kaw and 0age liolvganiv. Chicago Theological professor in the But a comparon of thcxi tribes aud Rev. Franklin Yv . Fisk. Sominary was He the Poncas amiptoes is greatly to the the original faculty remains. alone of An credit of the farmer. The Poncas hate of friends pleasant a number of polvgamists how many filled his home on throng a could not be definitely ascertained, nor evening, to celebrate recent Tuoeday the twenty-fiftare the instances alvv& s known. The anniversary of his connection withh the practice is open and acknowledged, Seminary. An incident evening sanctioned by usage aud sufferance, and was the presentation of the valuable of a if it has not many open advocates it gift cortainly has fev or no assailants. All watoh,ofa Rev. fromL.the alumni, by tho Y. Bray. Journal of hand none attack it. The Education. acauiesce in it; Otoes are wors .Qut of About fifty families ten ir7?iwiio"S ones were , (ua oPiKQSjfsrn Jtwi tnitn clu a iuia 3, sion that there Hvorc probably several The man who curses luck hasn't others. Probably of all the the courage to kick himself for his own married men. in the tribe have moro bad management. Troy Tit?. than one wife. A popular poem in the "West is'eh-title- d The interpreter, a fat, lazy hulk, sat "The boy who kissed his mothon.'.' in the agency store taking his oase Its great rarity is what makos: it fc.6 while his wives drew several barrels of popular. V. y. Graphic. if water from tho well to haul home. He "A grateful friend" sent the Boston thenrgot in thtvuagon and one of his Herald live dollars "in recognition ;of wives drove tne team. Their marriages has done for him,V rest upon agreement, are usually made what that papersent the money The publishers up by friends, and the young "couple institution. have less to say concerning it than any An umbrella carried ovor avvonmfl. others of the" tribe. Friends of the groom propose to the friends of the the man getting nothing but the dripbride. Tho question of price then pings of the rain, signifies courtship. comes in. Ponies,' calico, etc., are When the man has the umbrella ami given by his friends to hers. If any tho woniau the drippings it indicates uncle, cousin, or other near relative op- marriage. poses the match it is dolayed or broken "I caught acoldeomevvhoroyostor-ilay,- " off. Usually a fow extra presents she remarked. "Probably It was softens the objections. A leat follows. in "your head," ho said, and ho woke Separations have not been common in three times that night to laugh over il times past, but two cases have occurred and congratulate himself on his succes in six weeks in which tho husband as a punster. abandoned his wife and children and A Texas uinn has invented a ma' married another woman. Unless the chine for washing dishes. If it doesn't tribe council breaks up these practices demand five nights a week out, norsur the Government will soon be compelled reptitiously borrow its mistress' b.osf to take action. bonnet for an afternoon promenade, Their funerals partake of the veriest the probabilities are that it will be in savagery. A prominent Otoe died a demand. Norristoitn Herald: week ago. A lare crowd of his male A little girl sat on the floor crying. friends staid in tlie woods all night beating a drum and performing incan- After awhile she stopped and seemed tations. Thcycame to tho house of the buried in thought. Looking up suddeceased next forenoon nearly naked, denly she said: "Mamma, what wag. I twenty of them having sticks as large crying about ?" "Because I wouldn't as a cedar pencil stuck through the let you go down town." "O, yos," aud she set up another howl. skin and ilehiof their arms in A pretty girl dropped to tho floor and thus naked, bloody and daubed with paint, escorted the remains jn a faint tho othor day while sho'"": was to the grave with boating of drums and playing tho piano in "the parlor. Her life might have been saved if a phy howling of men. Thejaody was placed in the grave in sician had lieen called in time, but lier a sittiug position, the mouth of the mother was washing dishes in the grave covered ovor with logs, dirt piled kitchen at the time, and did not hear on these, and a horse killed on top of her fall. miadelpkia Call. this. The horse must bo the best which "Is it possible!" exclaimed the new can be procured, and it is choked to chaplain to the worst thief iu the penideath on the grave. If the dead man tentiary. ' 'Are you fifty-tw- o years old ? had one or more relapses prolonging Mv u n fort u ate friend, you don't lp(jk his sickness, tie horse must be tortured thirty! " " No," replied tho" thief, in a similarly dow manner. After the humliiy. I don't show my age. but g and feasting. that is" because I take things so easy." burial comes All friends of Ihe family are expected And the good chaplain told him that to make presents of calico and other was right; that care and worry made articles. f men old faster than hard work. San An Otoe scandal of the first water has Francisco ExcJiunge. A school-gir- l was rejust occurred. I A good story is told of the. Roman cently marriedjto a man much older Catholic Bishop of Atlanta, Gq. He than "herself ainst her wishes. She recently addressed a large assenVbly of soon after ran(away with her former tip School ohildren, and youthful lover. The deserted husband Sinday in a very paternal wound' and 'conby asking was irate and .about to follow on the descending wav, "And now, is here war-patA council was called, and lUtlagirl little boy or many of the friends of the runaway who would like to ask me a question?' sat upivvith him all night at- After a pause he repeated the ques'uon, couple tempting to allay his anger. One of "Is there litlittle boy or them gave himhis finest moccasins and tle girl vvho would like to ask me a' , leggings, another a brooch, and others A little shrill voice called-6uFstill other presents, till he said "his "Please, sir, why did the angels vtfflk heart felt better; his heart was not so up down Jacob's ladder wjien they bad as it bad been," and he finally said hadand wings?" "O. sih, ycsI, see,"-saiwas all right now," andthev his "heart now. is there might come back. "Sho was dead.'' the Bishop: "and little girl who would little boy or This Otoe custom might be a sensible like to answer little Mary's ' question?' one in some white communities. p0nca Chieaqo Tribune. nbo-nearlsi-tMany-familie-s one-thirlie-vie- w. con-cludP- N: capable of accommodathig-ollfendrescholars, and have nn acftal wfffollraeut of over seventy. There jfe ?5r laws compelling gg.hQolJjattomlfr'9fiiCh'er - children are stories high, d brick sehool-hou- e witlPIl8'nt, '$'and two one-ha- lf places of worship. Tho largest Protestant cathedral in the world is that at Ulm, Ccrm'ahy. When completed it will be surmounted bv the highest spire in existence. The building "is the finest piece of Gothic architecture in f'ermany. ' Tho collections for the "Luther fund" of the Lutheran Church in Russia amount to $i:,000, the interest of Wluch is to be used for thn mlnnalinn of f" two-thir- - first-elect- ed ly ..nvnmBiiiiMij.., one-thir- d ' . toV.a-chantabl- , many-places- -- 11 horse-racin- h. -y hues-tion- ?" d '- ampi-'tneat- cr Cor. SL Louis Democrat. somc-tiro,;- ht qui-etl- ht it" p. ilarri-Garre- eU-F- afm. Fire. well-defin- ed A gentleman in Richmond, Va., hail One morning he lay in bed till uino o'clpck, but no Joe and no fire. The impossibility of shaving with water thirty degrees below freezing-poibrought imprecations oh tho tardv domestic's head, when ihe door opened aud Aunt Polly Jeisurely began to light the fire, "Where in thunder" (the historian's nothing if he Is not" acenrate) "is that son ot yours? I've been waiting" for deep. Chicago Herald. ' him two blessed hours." Now, Mare Tray you iirasfrcHse The Masons of Philadelphia have the finest tempi? in the word, and it is Joe," said hi-- .mother in her mdsfccoa-ciliatia- g tones "yon re3lly'mDit.jcnse said to be the osly Masonic building in ithe country tSat is given up entirely Joe dis mornin1 Joe's- .ilead.'Ji?ar-per'- s ' . . ,. Magazine. a.a MaseaicPress. Frederick, Aid., finding the present svstem of plowing too slow, has introduced the new and novel method of plowing by steam, and on Friday last gave an exhibition to a number of interested Baltimorcans. The plows cut seven feet in width, and will plow a strip of land one mile in length and seven feet wide in about forty minutes, catting a furrow about seven inches Lewis McMurray, the owner of some three thousand acres of land near A Reasonable Exchsp. . a servant named Joe. nt i - - MSiif-PhUadelp- Ma " ., ' 1 " 1 . g5amSE2BdF.jt: ,&-" F?ZJff?KikJJ. s:: j ?t" .irsr 2?5WHS- -- BPHHBHIinnRPmWMPIMinlP . rBTWS' c. : r.. smJLiJWk fV;M7Vj:.vSM ?-'- JSVt -- "'--" Cancer, for Swift's her threads, and saw her rar-bas- r swell ieiiors out thero to the (Tnvornnient Avou might say too much which I have hnd for years." wise and experienced house- chinning, for " bream Balm Children pather round the heurth-stoiilittle of almost all of with a heart that swelled too with hope p'ints. nSncd a She crpjwiuatos next week. keeper says: "Doing Treatise on Blood "and Skin Dtseasef Cite n t.w1to we are two hard soft and swiet; can." no rta Cleanaei everything as well n.,,1 to follow and satisfaction. She had looked at the louvegotaKal Swift Specific Co., r u fat once. Cuiea Hall and porch and stairway, echo thei in hearing ugh too. that's took the as possible always saves labor m houseworking fanners, and our old gals are mailed free. The Drawers, Atlanta, Ga. head. Hi. muslin that she meant to have down in course, am't von a t sea her. She and To the tread of tiny feet. V " But a morrow cometh, surely. watching anxiously for us to come home. keeping." hor, -, , ua. ivaltliy aeeretloa. Kamey s store, thirty cents a yard: she my Priscy was 'rr.'va'wlrar Aiutca Inflammation."v "- x uuu ".!,,. fw aDd neck awhile. each tender lamb win struv: " Pa, what nre ' puts' and 'calls on Stat WMw When wen. X"'l!JUilor,au1"""' Cheer un our hearts, sir and lot us de a fhrtr.Tni.t n0. and tho Tiptons Always seo that at night your Idon'tseewhysho needs lirr;in alrinilv tn sen itliiminons alwinr. i mil oioodii fu . Time, or Death, will pluck each, blossom, .. .' itreetJ" ""Well, s man puts his money in ...vt.u- ihi) fr'nr n ,.- . u.r cniar. o v o j n Vy '"" ll,if do Jsth it; and -- " sotting hens are on thoir nests, anil part." i Lore the children while you may! r. drupB i.ia ness floating about llAI il.lrtl nltilrlVi !.... a broker's hands and when he calls for it It at dt uui V4ui wMta "own in order to Like a diploma. "Your wives know where you went, Ely nnoTHtns. Drorai". ofco. 5.w?.. .f - Rapid, varth. Youth's But not all M- - iinstin's adroit re that they arc secure from sudden rain- why should they feel anxious over your is all gone." Boston Times. dinloma all the same. prcttv shape. river She'll 9 th? storms, Leaps ndown the shimmering strand; "Ah, r cnTinosc. and bo able to teach? Well, next theMr. Dustin," sho .wiil, when marks diverted xirs Tipton's eyes from drownedor your young broods mav bo absence?" asked the justice. Come,- Gcntlo Sprlnp, IJlch and fair the red wine Klotvcth, X. Y. Times. tinman came along with his his steelyard. She looked, perhaps, a she's gone to work teaching, lovely hand. Held by neauty's malaria, dyspepsia, biliousness, then when "If you knew mj old woman you and brins of No higher? littlo more intently, and would have , .,tlQuicXtnds quake, beneath the jvebble?, and brf her pay, she can buy herself a cart, "how are rags Fat pigs suffer greatly from tho wouldn't ask me such a question, an- torpidity liver and a train of kindred pqE3T?cauiion, brother, watch and pray! is at she has any use for it. And paper just the same, you say? been glad to utterance of heat in the summer. our maladies. Fortunately Kidney-Woroion bubbles with the nectar; and. " ell, now. Miss Tipton, old papers his opinion oftrip hint after She really ivik3 w water m wmenhonyarded inand swered Ohristotihcr.. "We tolddying gist, It may be had of the nearest drug-- jrause. and ponder while you mnyl to roll the Tiptons. I shnnTs'buyhcronc. is wives that we were going to a II S and will pnnfy the system, correct ..A Oln Tipton! I don't seo brings me just about tho same's they loved her husband after all, and in denied, their yard should be partially lodge member's bedside, and I suppose the stom&ch and bowvls, stimulate theliver Manhood bend benoath hi burdens, ' " have this two year, oxcep' pamphlots spite of all; but under the phrase. "tno shaded by trees. i and kidneys to healthy ac Ion, removo all llurdcns borne forothcrs needs. when we didn't turn up lust night the poisonous humors and make you feel like 10,jt doesn't make any difference they're a cent an' a half a pound. But Tiptoiw," she bound up every bad featearnest, Excellent dressing for chopped went there and learned that we had a new l'tllfe forhim, is strong and seeds In sowing choices;. Spont man. As a spring medicine, tonia r Sncss " ure in his character. The only trouble cabbage is rnndo by heating a small lied. I'm a lcetlo expecting rags to rise whether yo" sce llou' or uot Vor the ffood of comlue; ng!?. That suggests to me another rea- - ana inooa runner it has no equaL "l'ou are!" sho exclaimed, in joyful that Anna had orer nven her, iudeed, cup of vinegar with a lump of butter or son why you his worth ;. If you feel hUGod-IIkus. as much for my daughter as you care should discliarge ' '"' spirit. If you prize awelt-beato- n egg- - salt and pepper to 3at I tniuK i uo ner a uiueii uciiui accents, and thrust her bag behind licr. was tho fact that, let her do what she do, "Amateur actor" is informed that th "And what is that?" Let him know It, while you may. 'Yes; rags is sensitive. monev for her to use They feel would, and favor whom she might, she suit your tasto. Pour while hot ovor first sujie mentioned turn by saving "You ain't a married man, Judge, or de Bouillon. Boston in history is Godfroy Courier. , While you may! Ah. words of warning, j$ cabbage. Exchangt. when she needs it; and so will she, the affairs of men as if thov was still really was a Tiptoa. you'd know. I ain't afraid of ray old How the hurrying Hood of yenrs of 'em. You let a jron'ral Well, the deed was done. Her eyes ( woman, for she's little, but goodness tten." away our holiest trottures, . .. Sweeps If you are trouble I with sores, aches, urged tho Enro)eing war come on, and rags will sparkled as the reckoning was over, cup A Fine Fig Cake:size egg, one help my Leaving only dust and tears! But she neeus it nov, His wife is a pains and general weakness of the various ol an Starry eyes jrro w dim ami faded ; nevor be go kiting. It's sometimes an excellent honest weight this time if never before. cup sugar, butter the cups iUhwr. egg, Jnmbo"" friend, Hiram. bodily functions, don't be deceived by tho persistent mother. "There'll of sweet milk, two Locks of jrold are ahcn RTtiy; ., two a time hen sue w" ce tuc want of thinjr for the market if a plnjruo or- an and a sum in her hatul such as sue nad toaspoonfuls of baking powder, Helpful hands prow strangely feeble, They were discharged. A". Y. World. advertisements of litters, kidney mediuke cines, etc., whose certificates of pretended Vlcanant to Tttlte, epidemic breaks out in the Kast rags not been mistress of this many a day. Share their labors while you may! t anything any more." throe layers. Filling one quarSJ cures are often paid for. Put y.ur trust lowerfnl there? Well, we're all bom, go up as if they know it. That's odd, "Good weight anil good money," said puiiuu oi ugs ouoppuu uiiu, mjvco "We are pilgrims, brothers, pilgrim, "Woa't called Dr. GuysoU's in that simple A Thorough Job. Mr. Dustin. counting it into her open Journi-yinoft o'er burning sand, Yellow Dock and Karsnparilla. It will And "Weleome of f cup but we're none of us buried; and you now?" Let U cheeroach other onward, should say so. How do you ac- palm. "You never sand your rag, tablespoon fuls until sugar, The House"I purifying the blood and ueedn'Hay any niore about it, Sophia. lumber "Yes, I know the r hill cure you by tue weak portions of your water. Boil jelly. Iu Every Homo. . With our honest heart and hand. Miss Tipton, and I never sealo my hold. seems,retty large, but you remember strengtheninK also lind it very refresh Vain the tartly recognition You m$it as well talk to the Man of count for it?" body. You will "Well, I don' know's I do account. woijrhts. Not thn loastest mite. Proffered o'er the slumbering clay; I should think you'd have Mull, al In llovrering plants that aro thrifty, you toldNao that vou did not want a ing to the brain anil nervous system, in u love, and hlp our brother It's one of the mysteries, like tho mys- You re the sorter woman I like to trade poor job, Hf would have to bo done proprietors iccoivo hundreds of letters beifout by this time." found Whilo he needs it while wo tnayl teries of tidos. 'Pours as if rags could ith: but alive! some of cm! they long, straggling shoots sometimes start over in a wccfcc stowing upon it the highest praise. yin. D. Lamim, in ITiWoii Signal. d She 51; suo usll found it out. For feel. And you don't want a new dip- jest fetchsnesa thimbleful of rags and up. For the sake of having LIVEiTcUBE! out Citizen "VerySqio. Here Is the herself & would not have asked him per today? Got one a good one; expect a hatful of nioiitf and declare stocks these should have their money. Those 4 JPsAP fe& Darwix says there is a living principle pijiesSijii 6tay all right in fruit. Wo suppose he refers to th 3IKS. TIPTON'S TKEASUKER. for d ceE of money, to save her life. tnouglit oi you wnen l slung it on; I'm T)r Knvor- myth mio on, and I ain't points nipped out, when the strength for awhile now, will thcyj worms Indianapolis Scissors. She hadtrubbed the old gown, and block-tiu- , ivttyss adapted t( will go into new lateral branches from Itc double bottom. No? Well, giving the truth," ani they soe tho fig'If Mr. Tipton had not been uncom- turned itwrong side out aud upside awfiilo? Whj,--- I 1 V.CZ Plumber "Quite bth aexes. af L.YDIA K. I'inkham's VocotaWo Com- - i such treatmont yeliff in monly careful in relation to scrip and down.ud pieced it with now and another time, I reckon. I'll troublo ures different and Uiy .eo the prieo o' tho buds lwlow. By will usually ap- used the verv best material to bo pouud is to bo had at the nearest drug store v. W . c nil t r ind by tmrnrt. Jmany liower heads know better'n ajKK of til l imiU. inch aJtldACV wallet, and had not tied his purse-strin- niecedit with old, and darned it and you, though, for a drink of watr. if it's rags in the paper, found in the market. Of course, the for a dollar. It is not claimo I that this ... T.lvei ComiUaltiti, Con- anyway!" Cear on the new si le growths where price seems enormous, but you will find remedy will cure every disoaso under tho so very closely that it was as inked ft, till nothing else could be done handy." And he saw that she had I do. and I'm to women. tloatlnn .nIWcakaei c " for it there would be only a single sun, but 'ant ir does all that itclnims todo, times past ; uiuch as her life was worth to get them with it. The only thing about it was nlujrscd the hole in tho dipper with a of all which enormities in it the cheaper in the long run, for, sir, thousands of good women know and declare. rfn .imi wi ai i a,.iA Xo ftiifTprvrahonld drralr l. terminal liowering shoot. L'tiea thev will last a lifetime." open, Mrs.Tipton might not have needed that she could stay away from the bit of a match, and cut the ends ol had Mrs. Tipton been guilty. ".Now aal .iata':i!dUfnn'ricd. lthaannnliroVen . fur Uiauy yean, m.d Laa wunhoU Citizen "Goodness gracious! What a treasurer. But as it was unable graduation exercises, as sho already smooth, aud he knew there was a great vou," said Mr. Dustin, who, through When a coal fire is almost exhausted f .' n ff If vou do not feed meat to your have you doue? A lifetime'. What do for want of fuel just give it a bcuttlo ot An j 'Hi iff ring from air dLwaie tracaM to her anxieties, had all tlo conversation to get a dollar without unciergoingeross- - staid away from church. But Anna haul in reserve for him before long. thi can 3111C1 lfa Ir. Kcnuedritakci coal, and notico how grateful it will look. Poor Mrs. Tipton saw that he had to himself, "you just witch and see I hens they will eat their feathers. 1 want of a job like that?" ,examination, and receiving criticism, could not 'stay away, and Anna must voraT n Dctai!ononth'staf htsr r a tnJpr 1 Smash bones so that they can get at tho tit ih: luvorlle Ilcmedy will do yon Phimlier "And why not?" f and rendering strict account afterward, have that graduation dress; and seen it. "He's always getting the bet- ain't, and that's what ike. Cheating Papilion Catnrra Cure Is soothlnr.- does fin i b .dnifrrWN orwrttetoilr. ilavw K.ennt! Ilniulonl. . V. and most usually unable to get it then, she fell back on her rag-bater of me," she said. "If I was some 'em! I'm the boat frieni and treasurer marrow. Buy scraps at the butehers, Citizen "Great Georgo Washington! no. btoart or uurn; it is Used by insuma-Uo, till they woighed or by sprayuig. whoie husbands are livers, bones, with a little meat on, in Whv not! Whv, I only rent tho house, women I'd wot my rag-of a heap of women as Mr. Tipton preferred making his own We Shc was doubtful if sho could accomfact anything with meat on. leetio keerful." a like water!" But as she wasn't some just a leetle-jus- ta purchases and getting his own change, and am to leave next month." " Is ssokisg bad for the health'." asks plish it. But thero was a good deal of women she took it out in watching the - - she was driven to her rag-banight the musln was in tho generally cook meat and add meal and bhe That Call. Not unless the person a correspondent. time yet. The worst thing in the mat- newspapers and trying to keep up with house; the next night it was cut out. bran to the water, enough to take it all iwetl to laugh at iier jest about it, saybe sleeps with is bigger than he is. Was, Hr. Tipton would nave to know potatoes-cooyet U hat ho Figured On. ing' that if her resulting coin was ever ter the inextricable confusion of the foreign and when graduation diy came there up; or,tlicni better, if you have CATARRH CURE, Deserving of Confidence. There Is no the end, with the meat. That is boliard and shining, it was nevertheless it inalways and then he would expect new, hoping to be able to see the wur never was a prettier liLlo white rosethe confiwhich "It was flaxseed that ruined iiie," articleof the so richly deservesBhoxchial byAn unfalllnp means of curinx nasal catarrh to make a. much from her cloud in season for her hens will cat her or not, it was nigs; and if bud of a girl than Auni looked in her about the only way that insufllatMn. Catarrh, cold in tho head, bronpublic as "Brown's dence aid. as he his cut aud unspeakably precious to Mrs. Tipton. sales, andor down her already meagre over woman prave i devoutly for au ep new dr.'s's. Anil poor Jlrs. Tipton sat potatoes. That is. when oookod with he sigh from the dbottom legshis hetrred TaocnES. 1 Vso suffering from Asthmatic chial catarrh, and hay fever jlckl almost inof a receipts, lie would take it into his idemic m the hat, Mrs. lipton wa at home aud pictured her child taking something. X Y. Herald. soul. and Bronchial Diseases Coughs and Colds, stantly to thi j sovercrn rcmody. It la a'liqul-It, may be that her frequent and dire "You tried to make a corner, eh!" should try tbem. Hold only in boxes. medicine that dots not smart, burn or Irritate; want of any sort of money made the own hands, and there would be an end certainly the one. But then I doubt if tho honors, hor heart full, at one and The chief reason why the oil cloth h, no. I calculating' on It allays the inUammatlon, prevents accumuliuanqial question one of more iutoret to of the only comfort sho had. No; she any woman ever did. the ame time, of longing and content: on the kitchen tloor wears out o-- soon, lli " natural andwas eimply demand in the Four prisoners have escaped from :;erage to say that. Anna Dav by day Mrs Tipton added Ui her and Mr. Tipton went and saw her do it, and makes it a heavy expense to keep Middle rver the guardian wall. Jlochtster lations of matter, and permits free broatlilnsr. her than it might have been otherwise. was wronga great, an unspeakablewas a State:." comIt rolljves those maladies thoroushly and wilt She read the accounts of the great for- comfort marketable store. Sho did not go to and esin home in a fine rage. it in good condition, is this: when it is permancn'lyeuro. "And did the price go down?" ItsoClenoy as a euro for What did Mrs. Tipton care? She washed it is not conscientiously dried; tunes of irreat men with a real relish; fort. How lovely was the pale face up walk but sho scuffed alotig a bit of Dyes. the "Yes, fifteen cents per bushel." which the color streamed if you looked $3Get familyDest have noThe Diamond hay fever is established, as many test'moniaU accomplished what she had under moist, paper in the street till, gottin' it where had patches here and there are left une i . road the story of the sources ot Queen equal. All ocrUfy. It has bten tisod several years. Fot Dyes lor What was the cause?"' Victoria's income, and rolled the items- at her,ofthe appealing blue eyes, and tho she could secure it unobserved, to bring taken to do. "I don't know what you and the cloth soon be ome rotten, the popular colors easily dye I fast and beauti- offensive dlacharge from the nose, or lost j, cloud soft brown curls above! lovely home; she stol out sometimes in the have to sav about It." she declared, coRtinir neels off. and all comfort from "Almst total lack of boils in the States ful. Only 10c a package at druggists. eonse of smell, taste or hearing, and pains in civil list t' of the morsels; under her tongue like to her, at least, aud dear as when she " rT' Wells. Richardson & Co., Burlington. Vt your head, uo Papillon Catarrh Curo. We cvoning and tore A nvn such of the ad- gathering all hor force. "It never having a neat kitchen floor is dispensed " " season, 'mhe calmly sweet read the daily statement Sample Caul, 32 colors, and book of direc- oonstsntly receive reports from physicians, . u ...... i. ,i - V,.,.!..- . - that , i mop ...;n .. . - , ruohed. . ,, . , , .. ., revenue, and all that could remember it her baby's face. vertising bills aud posters as were not cost vou one cent." of the internal , mui. av iimiuci tions tor 2c. stamp. She had little else to remember in her faithfully parted, that she might by so iiiiiiiin.-- i ui uuiib iiiujijKii irom JU,W,. and from druxgisMacknowledjfictlie succccJ "Why not? Whdiditcost? Who's in the wav of shocouId lind about the National debt; the floor. It three or four old carbuncles and a falon life, whero the changes hardly made a much increase the sum of her revenue, paying for my dauglttor's clothes? should be of old, drying rea(l tne monthly returns of the soft flannel, but there Good advic for the better Better quit. of tub remedy. Catarrh is a deccpti e disaJJcu railroad, comparing them with ease, and If chrome Is dangerous. Papllloo hanged if even those she remembered "it all the when she should be ready to call in her Where did it com front?" X Y. Journal. great must also be a desire on the parf of the or two, and I'll bewith Catarrh Cure has produced cured of manj cornmeal to save "Hags." these usually given of the year before, way up vrhon the little pearls first treasurer. She tore certain old books one using the mop to do the work as it weren't poulticed casea. TAPrLtox Cough Cure does not con'ain acknowledged Wall Street Ifews. - and fancying i'or one delicious moment, came in the sweet, sweot mouth, when from their bindings, and even soaked "Bags enough for that espouse? should be done, and she must be willing cxtiense. any drugs or chemicaU; it la purely vegePrice, $101 por bottle, six for fo.00. Directho teeth were gone, and a curious and loosened the binding for what they Never. . Tell that to the marines. to take a cloth in her hand with which 4 as she read, that it might make a dif- vacuous innocence replaced them, till table. It cures Whooping Cough, tions in ten laaruntres nccorapnny every bottle. "The movement led by Mohammed Cough, or tickling in the throat, and were worth. She went up in the attic Whore did you gotthum?" ference in her dividends, she who never to dry the corners. .V. TFor sale by all druggist. the second teeth came, like kernels of and ran her fingers through the bundle ' Ahmed, the Mwlhi," says Mr. Kelly, Winter Cough so prevalent in older peopL. had had a dividend, nor ever expected "I didn't steal thorn," said Mrs. Tipdown the nose and of old family letters there. Theu her ton, proudly. "1 saved them. They the Soudan correspondent of the Loudon She read on the Seeding to Grass. i tf6ne. question all the debates crumble maturing pulling features at once. mother had written her when she was were margins, onvcJopes, letters my TnE hairdresser's widow is a relict of all the Ntws, "is r curious admixture of dry enough to silver barberisia. What a pride and jov tho child had at school herself; these had come from family letter, my political and social fanaticism. It She as they were to no other end than a It has been thought that our climate been to her in her behavior, at her Ladies who intend to i hopeless muddling of her wits, and ran books, everywhere! And now, to pay her dear father when he was last at sea. thought faintly for half a second, in her is untavorable to grass. This idea has is at once a war against the Turk, the and parties most exmilaito tior oyc over the market quotations of These were her desperation, that he might applaud. prevailed so long that it has come to be intidel. and that common enemy of disNo, she couldn't. and bonds, without ever finding her for all her endeavor and obedience sister's letters; they told ol troubles and He had sometimes pndsedheringonuity a firmly established belief. But like inherited humanity the man of prop- Or, with lovers to elope, style, stocks Should not only dress in Well, they in saving. -- out what it meant when it said that by shaming her in pu'ilie just when the sorrows and small wants. some other oomtlar beliefs it is utterly erty. Under the new dispensation there Bu' should always use a while .... . SemtojWJcTerytuneto treatment with Swtft'i would be so keen! Mrs. might go. But then if Mattie dlod they monev sold for irotu six to seven per shame lie roared. "And baseless. The truth is we have never are to be no poor and no rich. Kvory " Breton's Alttm Sulphur Sop." Zee by Specific "Your Tipton felt that if sho had to they would be just as precious as the is that all the soutiuiMit vou have? Did tried to grow grass. We have some one is to have a little and no one too druggists. SriF.TAXBrafl. S. C. WirebK. lL to do it. Tau.-- ibM. valnaMe nmicln (bwin's Ericm' I It was rather a singular fact, consid- steal ityet Anna as her mind expressed others: no. Still, she might die herself, you open the bundle?' ho cried, in timothy and clover as a hay crop, but much. The central idea of the moveA max without a fu'ure a bursted stock bo.itoMHieeBMwlSiKdilttt I feel Ukesavlsgtblt must have that gown. her interest in the subject, that itself, "UKl you seeding down a meadow with ment may be described with surtkient broker. -J- forehant Traveler. for the beaeflt of Hwh 1 eater l.ttldki. Iwu then who would care for them? poteoard by rtntos ox. im! un sot a weddayfoi o ering never eon a bond. She knew Xot that she had the least intention of and they would be at any one's mercy vehement haste. tftom go? read uiem so far as it bas not yet been done, No? No! grasses, accuracy ai an effort to redistribute before vou let hr had And Iaitx-slso far, only, on the same paralI'iso's Ccre for Consumption is not only txyw. antlll wd Sirrg ofsrcirvr. but cods nan I used almoct rTery kind medicine, fewutri Mr. Tipton had some bonds: but, going nature, "aud a few farmers surplus property things in Mattie's. Great hca veils! Mrs. Tipton, Tour that and all the private by of bttt the desired Sccl. After ail; tx pleasant to take, but it is sure to cure. k far as she had any idea of them at lel with which, as some critic has said, She wasn't going to have that. She daughter'!! never wear such an oxpsn-siv- e who have learned a lesson by observing Swirl's Srariric I ra rMtorrd jrftct health teUh a sign afU(t auflzAm Itfit i all, she figured them in her mind as re- - every woman has seen in herself tho ncvor did approve of keoping family ilress again If she should Ve natural effects. The American climate Halo's Honey of Ilorehound and Tor Of our Presidents, Washington, DAVID XESBrTT. Vor Truly, is especially favorable to grass. If we gmbliug either a mall map on wooden beginnings of Becky Sharp, Mrs. Tipton letters and there would be more as crowned Queen of England. My bond Soo'Ves the lungs convulsed with a cougn. Madison, Monroe, felt herself capable of it. There was time went on. But if Mattie's went, were in that bundle, 1'our daughter's want a proof let us first look at our Jefferson, Tavlor, were born inHarnson, Pike's toothacho drops cure in one minute. Our Treatise oa Blood and Slda DlseuestaaUedfre rollers or the bunch of decorated Virginia; Tyler and to applicants. shaving paptrs which she alwavs gave nobody to steal from, in fact; Mr. Tip- site would have no partiality; all must. dress lias cost me just two thousand roadsides, where, as we have personally Jackson, Pofk and Johnson, elected Eyos, use THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Ir afflicted with Sore DruwrHI. Dr. it.Isa' ic ton carried no money about him. I All did. . l found, any observer may find a dozeu from Tennessee, wero born in North Thompson's Ere Water. hur husband at Christmas, receiving in dollars'." . Drawers, Atlanta. Ga. know whether she felt that was don't return from him a new Hero was another old trunk old varieties growing iiermauentiy in spito And perhaps Mrs.!npU)n would h Adams y.T Ofi.ee. 6th aadTthAT. an outrage on Mr. Tipton's part or not, letters, old deeds, old notes long paid, sunk through the or ami into her of OVCry luf.vrMtl olro.iiilalttlicos, its CaroMna: John furnishedand .Tobu Quincr There was just such a bunch by MassachuAdams weie liMMttreil jon want of fertility, dry w at'ier, tramo-linnow hanging up by the desk in tho little in giving. ier no chance to pick his oll iuiuut ImwKo .f tiitc if . at that moment her setts; Van Huren and Fillmore by New THE NARROW ESCAPE so disposed, for I ago, papers showing were the old s IS THE In West Virginia, York, Pierce by New Hampshire, and weeds. wandering everywhere weakly, had not back room that he called his den, pockets haftsbo been and doubt if she had ever thought of it. had gotten the better of the neigh- caught sight of Mr. Dustin himself, as Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Missouri, ltuchauan by Pennsylvania; Lincoln, Of a antl she had treated it with reverence Engineer Timely have been suffHer intellect ma3' with some we ma hnd natural mcadjw oi oiue-gra- bom in Kentucky, was elected from for some time, as a species of emissary iciently advanced. notMr. Tipton often bors with whom they dealt, map"; of ( he came up the door-steVnrnlnir of air. John Spencer, Baggage-mast-er IH Mb P cure aU SLt almanacs. papers in his hand and a shrewd smile old farms, which equals the noted English Illinois; Grant, Hayes and GartieM wero y rm To previ.it aad tecure m m. from the Treasury of the United Stnl-C- ; of 11. a A. It. K. m IHI ee."aa.lto ibbm .. and which are born in Ohio. Cincinnati Commercial Sleep K.ft a:td beautlim tompiwo". it was one of Mr.'Tipton's habits to put assured hersho was a fool: but she had What conceivable value had they for on his face. "Guess yon sorter made permanent grass-landV after fatigue, and health after disease, if she by valuables in perfectly open and obvi consoled herselfnot thinking thatas Mr. anybody but Eddie Ochiltree? They a mistake," said he, as she flow to the now a century old and as yet show no Gazette. are two of the sweetest ex periencos known to -was might go with the ret; and go they door more like a leaf Mown by an signs of failure. Further West the ous, and tlierctore unsuspected, places, was, sho mother, such a fool man. Fourteen years is a long time in which i who, when her hus- did. Tipton's And if any missing document autumn wind than a woman in a hurry. boundless prairie has been covered with in order to confound yet Mr. Teter Lawlcr, of Dalton, Tho Florida strawberries only prow to suffer, Soap. Muss., had led a miserable lifo for that period Aromatic Slum Sulphur which made hor fancy concerning it less band told her Uiey must in future burn that would have supplied the gaps in "Thee don't belong iu no rag-baperennial verdure, and still further only one candle in the evening when the history of Captain John Mason, or Found 'om when 1 looked the lot over, millions of cattle range over our vast on low, ordinsrv vines. Hy the timo through Bought the presence of siono in tho bladder. irrational. She never could forget Mr. thoy et North thoy are so high we sup- That he in alt directions for a cure is rt n sA tobeyed him Tipton's inscrutable face when she visitors called, two, so as to bv cutting have touched a new point about Raleigh and fetched 'em back d'raekiy. We'll pastures, which have oorne grasses of pose the grew on church spires and on almost superfluous (statement. He did ob- ofWL cent DKEYDul'FM. Maaufaetarcr. JTS 0rth burn but or Sir Ferdinando Gorges, wont into take out the weight of one candle in Fruot Stiect. rhLanetvii'. f. tain temporary relief, but nothing more. La.-- tor jasked about it once, and lie told her it 'm next sale. the most nutritions kinds for uo one weather vanes. Burlington Hatckcye. Januar' ho called on Dr. David Konnedy, of " "''"i Of coure hor ignor-ane- c one candlc.lif two lights. Mr. Tipton eternal oblivion with them, Mrs. 'Upton You'll never think I cheat again, anyknows how many ceuturies or tens of rwas a Jtondout, N". V., who said, after examination: DUW I WaIns.PVC,i',, J1 ,u' v"J- t t Interspersed among tho only added to Mr. Tipton's con- came rightly;hy his his peculiarities, neithor knew nor eared. What was way. Miss Tipton. You'll believe I'm centuries. Gould says that no extensive oper- "Mr. Ifciwler, you havo stone in the bladder. and ew rnrpREYDOPPEL's tempt for her feminine calibre, and to she thoughtgbut then certain peculiari anything of that sort besides the re- the best friend and treasurer of women mountains beyond the plains are seas ator can pet o"n in Wall street without Wo will first try Hit. DAVID KKNNUDY'S 6Told by auwifu'eiale sro. an., ersfeiats aai l'AVOKITK KEMKDY before risking an ties, such as meanness, for instance, solve that her darling should not be put whose husbands are well, just a mite of verdure in the picturesque parks aud days later tho fo.iowing his conviction tnat women mignt be sonic fixed puqiose. That is the secret operation." A few tho Itondout trusted with their children, under may sometimes be carried to the divid- to shame? keerful." And she did believe it. smaller vallcH equally ancient, ami of success m most every wall; of life letter pasd through Dalton, J!as., Feb. (5. that- makes tho boundary of . . LYDIA E. PHIKMA'S . a That was great pluuder; but of course supervision, with cam of souls and ing line been green siuco the she knew it was a friend sho had which N. Y. '.unes "Dear Dr. Kenncly The day after I came COMPOUND dishonesty, and it was a sort of dis- that was not enough. Let her gather And for from that day Mr. Tipton, ancient have when the soil was first VEGETABLE dying, but sick and home I parsed two gravel stones, and am docare of days lost: honesty to cheat Anna of a dress that whatever thero might be. Straight- seeing what could bo done with a rag- formed for the cooled rocks which 1'i.xEit Lawler." CL UE FQR ing nicely now. IS A roSJTtt that so valuable a thing as money was she might be said to have earned: and COKE OF TAIN IN HACK AND SUIT Dr. Kennedy now has the stones at his ofpainful CompUlatf All tlto way, then, she cut down all her stock- bag, took it into his own hands. And oame from tho bowels of the earth, not to be given into such weak hands. NliCK. they aro sufciicntly forml'lablo to fice, and and M'eaVnr.eN ho common g Jusury the claim that KKNNBV had not more fire and earthquake. So Why should he show her a bond, that when she wa3 told that she might slay ings, for one thing, and made them if Anna's t lo mr best 101 AuELriu Sinner, llnooKLvx. X. Y., I at school and graduate, of course the over, in order to throw the discarded than taken its place to her, Mrs. Upton .vomited amid be the climate but our February 20, 161. f she might kuow what the thing was FEM.U.K I Ol'lLV.riO.V, In the bladder. In his lefter Mr. Lawlcr menpresumptionVas that it meant gradu part into the common receptacle, leavo would certainly have come to want that it cannot like ? There were some things' that rrlcctl UUo'J. ::ir lugrr. want of the necessary skill which preI have had pain in my back for years and tions that FA VOKITi; jtfcMM.DY also cured ., VW fa- - the .t.jt,il teh3 'f. him It$ women had no need of knowing. The ate as other girls graduate in.n white them long or short as it might; tiiere with the loss of her friend and treasvents us from growing grass upon our it troubled me night ami day. I could get tells of rheumatism. Tho subjoined certificate Aviatl di.rl imt the rttitf of ;. i..J thvtit ttttify. ita own btory; consequence of all which niggardliness gown. The" white gown might be all was an old window curtain urer. Harriet Praeolt Spofford, in fields. J :fl riit yUJIfMamraa-tloit claim (0 da, tHoisr.dU Onrl-no rolief, not even for an hour. At last, I Old Mills. she thought it was nerself silly It will core entirely rattlai: and ;bL that came to strips every time she washed and want of trust was that Mrs. Tipton verywhile the other' f Dalton. Mass., Aprn 27. l.il'.arnW, and The great trouble in the way is. wo hearing so much of Allcock's Fibsters, and VI mtkn. girls had it, it was it it wasted thread to mnd it that Harper's llauir. a resident Jlr. Peter had to resort, as I have said, to her rag- but kinds, and wo I tried two. In three hours tho pain began town for theLawler has been years, and of this do not choose the right past seventeen shame that it should be re- might as well add its weight; the our in a sin and a entirely hours I bag. Los Angeles. It rraiorn Talntne.. 'do not sow grass. Wo sow gmin and to decreaso; in twelvo wearing wes Plasters employ for liftmen, and In all these yeurs ho for.tinioKnt,andr-Ue- T natu'en-- r, Watr-wt the bus been a pood anil respected citizen of tho "That the good woman saved every fused to hcr.'this sweetest and best and fringes on most of the towels were ragexpect a crop of both. relieved. I continued 'r!t,JaS;3i' Ileodachrs. cures ,put in grass and " 'iS?6,-Igirl of all; the most conspicu- ged she cut them off: there was an town and community. He has had EOine Los Angeles is a rushing, thriving This is against all reason and rule. If a week, and was entirely cured. I also Orwral IVWlitT. !?? shrcd of thread, every raveling, every brightest too, ehronlo disease to our knowledge Jormosl of ration. That feelinirof bmrlss ?lf, P". standing as she did at old hoop-skirlong abandoned, tho little city with lovely suburbs of orange scrid of paper to be seen on the floor, ous of all, and Uackach- laJwav tho time, but new claim to be. and is. in aproadsides used them for a stiff neck, which Send niamD to Ito !!. f'TI?'', IC'T.ft the head of her class. And so her poor only one she ever nad, and that had groves aud vineyards extending on one wo look at the grass upon the may help parent good health. Cuas O. Brown, Prea. only gave her husband reason to think r Plasters cured in four hours. Iulryconfldert ally an.er wo may loam a lesson that N. A. MULLAT. that she was the neatest of neat housc- - thoughts ran on and on in a vicious carried her through the reign of crin- hand almost to the sea; on the other to us. We shall find tho grass covering " For Best Window Shade Fixtures." circle, and came to nothing ovory time oline -- she cut away the tapes aud the mountains. Like many other towns course, he right Sxeard SoVieri f.xfii i. n. "round so closelv that tho soil can2: ". 'keepers, as, of should be. had a there but the rag-haCUKE OF LUMBAGO. Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. stripped tho steels of their woven cov- on the coast; it is noted for a sudden, the "bo seen. We "shall find several that his wife x- That ICOli SciiMiT Ave.. Jersey City, N. J., still a little while after her erings, which perhaps weighed the marvelous growth in the past few years not She sat never was a newspaper to be found that February 18, 1S64. growing intermingled toAnna's wag more than a week old was rather husband went out, building a little fiftieth part of a a growth and prosperity which" bid varietiesone maturing early and others gether, t This is to certify that I have been Let them go. And Mr. fair to continue in the future. Hut aside Fater all through the season. Even at puzzling to him ; but then there were castle in the air. What if somobody lumbago for a long time, should send Anna a white dross as a Tiptons love letters? Mr. Tipton him- from the beauty and thrift oMater years, this early period we may find the tirst troubled with everything, and could not lires to kindle, and window-pane-s to and have tried J polish.and shelves to bo covered, saving gift? self had read them over uot long since, which rendered it so attractiro, it has rass to blossom, Foa annua ready to get relief until I used Allcock's Torocs I Is eleaf n a:l oth dIT It Is entirely as rci f r Indicates Isrs. perft aaerf 'a . nud a tta name paint, aud carpets to be lined, anil a. It would hive to be one of her rela- and tiled them, and for tho time had historical asociations whieh make it liower if not already blooming. Then Plasters. free I. will tmmcdta'ly wtu-u- iliehtad blelUirUcstorer. or. clothes to be wrapped up and put awav. tions which one? None of the Tin- - felt as if all thoir sentiments were his the most interesting city in Southern follows sweet vernal grass, the sweetly EraT hr'o lu from a.ldaudrntr.reSton- a I have also used BRANORETn's Pills in h' - It taW a dr It aad prodnec a new tavwi ami so, pernaps, mat was all right tons, certainly; they wouldn't if they still, and that he was a very good hus- California. Far down in the heart of odorous breath of the vernal spring ex- my family for the last five years for bilaft.ct the Jfchf0l does not In any manner MItw EITHER "STOP" or" BALANCE." Sho had said once, in answer to his could; she didn't know as she wanted band because he had been a tender its histor', almost hidden out of sight haling from its foliage. Then come iousness, and would have no other, as phar. sugar ofleadaml nitrate of faded lrjlt.ns hav. d. ine I f wl ctianc- - lislit or ij yonr ilru?plt inquiry, that nobody borrowed them. them to if tiev would. Thank cood- - lover. They had caued him to plume in these bus' later years, is a past Rl.'Sy brown grasses, Poa pra'cnm and loa thoy give me the best satisfaction. MAILS' MILLIONS IN USE. davstoatx-aiitlfu- l hot lie la warranted.AKto. D. Patx a J Kaeh fur ItCnclnnatl. O.. and a ' CEiTTXiTos, "Well," he said then, "you needn't ncss, Anna jJiiin't favor the Tiptons himself a good deal on his domestic which is full of the flavor of bygone the Juno . T. herbage, Vree'-as21. toy. comprcssa, with thoir early SOLD bvebtwiiebe. take a whole uewspaper to kindle a fire; any ! And is for her own ister, she virtues for two or three days, till he centuries a strange romance that still and the fescues of several spoeics; sev4 to tlu iMiriilllS adob i can get a blaze with one wisp." She was much tb unable, and she had her fortrot them. The bundle seemed Ax exchange tells "how to j reserve BARBLESS F!SH HOOKS. kinds of agrostis; another useful they will ken." STEWIRT HARTSHORM, 4S8 Brmdway, Hew Tort always had a piece of soft cloth handy own girls tojlrcss. No; if you wanted heavier and bulkier than it used, but and narrow streets of thequaint old eral the common fowl meadow grass, strawberries so that Hide Poa, them. Buffalo Tha'N easy enough. to do up a cut or a bruise, so that it had anything, ydi must go to work and get then her husband hail folded round and Spanish town. Hack fromlhe avenues Foa serotiwu and others following in CERTAIN TO HOLD EV'ERY FISH. Express not yet occurred to him to observe that it yourself; tiere was nothing but the covered the letters, and perhaps made and stately residences of malern wealth succession, with the for 30c. :i5c 4Oe.pefd0Z. who will ak her lover girl a Vot. x.s.a. there were never any old rags in the rag-baenfeWed ay a tern a .i,s.o, SuePiV. Dii Mr. Tipton leave the more of them that way. He had tied and progress, the relics of l dying age .vi.n.. nlnver crowding in among them It is hefoolish best, beauty or brains. Xo iOSTETTC Fur Trout. turbau. fnCInctthat!. uHerina Xrow a genlikes house. On the whole! ho had not sus- paper? Let her sce what rags were up some other old truck with them, at may still be seen, an I ther(is a certain tn ti.n nliien and living which nature which Forale yth'prltlcIpaIdeaIer mvuv-'H- 'i eral vraDt of tODe. and which way ho nntwri- - sUo Is sure ir yon .an noi pivcii.c of price, or pected the existence of that rag-ba- g Ita tuual concocilt-annathos in the crumbling ruins which owes it, but which it will have whothor motter ma 3. Philadelphia Call. ; worth, if sht could find them in the any rate, maybe jiut to steady them. to get aata?ie dozens-on rece djipeptia and Hsu thiit. is. .in nnir uniliin ttamp foHe'd never look at them again. Be- shelter the sad faccd'dfeeendants of a or no. Do we farmers grow grasses m nervousness, la aud then hustle the paper Mt.vrjr Kvmnriivcn-Tegilate.- d r MoradrrlTat:efr"ra house had a ra"-- out of sight till it was forgotten. Bags sides, thev were her own; why should race who oneo reignedsuprcme. But this way? On the contrary, we try The quinine combination has burstetl, fr5I52 IVIT.T.IAM TrncBS, SO. a can lbiueofandnourlh oag, me sale of whose contents kept were not quoted that week. Well, she she leave her lor all tne they are passing away ijowlv, and ere precisely the opposite course, and sow and our friends down the river some now FKHllf 0 TACKLE, VWarretl W.H.T i!n.ull lng dirt dewith - ot apprtlte, nnaldi-d- . the In repair; his mother's al- knew from long habit what they would world to read0 The iove letters fol- the no a century dawnl their history one grass and give that no kind of a have their fever and ag-iA that will gree of comfort. St. Louis Critic ways did. And so, fortunately or was iirobablr bo. bv the time she was read GCL.D GIVEN AWAY! lowed suit. Then Mrs. Tipt n looked will be only a traditionja song, or a chance. rnvctar- tnoralof rha le to rettt ' l't for the mon'hir oi.. aiand Tigilrcl0e narCItAI.'flhCaTC)ra- To Incre it uufortuuatelv 'Mrs. Tintmi's w.,vk to sell. iThcrc were columns about rouml for fresh forage. Wiuit else was fragment of romance wjven into musi, -- ntn. All Pealod. Thev in wed heaLh But we arc gradually learning better. maizlne .Ttil ROHTON T.U1 T5 of revenue remained undiscovered and cottoti'-- ah er, tint ia a (rnulne cal vers by sympathetic Southern Some of us have tried the reasonable Kitcncn, IOIC03. nuiui; the n.n.l .(. subscript oa as f K1: w: there? She mignt take the cotton-woo- l nft The onions peeled In the what would she not give Is the real i OO.OWW lor a year's ' The orjran petuod by note. r It ' the for one good bale of cotton to add to out of the comfortable; but that would poet. It is a subject for a poem the way and have met with success. nuns nr : n ..."S tv'jj t And tho bell ponied in tho teeple. thlncrAndre- - saotenorrs' thsleturili compos dof f into that her SJOilun wltlOHi She lauched with pleas be robbing her husband; she would not life of these dark eyed people, reaching Farmers are now learning to sow even When the ee.toii ioolcd his coat. qnlrrment which -a- adJSM the onsr.il Biti!- -. To thoao sendlaj receptacle lie would doubtWs lmvo, ure at thn nhsnrd thought. the least not till she couldn't back to the day of the pidrcs and misdo that at makes Ilostetiei'a in: lor.srt Terse in Merchant Traveler. ertp'!on. follows: the common timotliv and clover and btcmili aBitters o 15 eena for tnree Tacm'hs eunumber of as qrds. and 'raised the roof with his outcry over the etT.TtlTiMrs. Tipton began to bestir herself help it- - Those Congressional docu- sion';, and it would be ajjeurious study treat it as a crop, that is, to prepare ntothoneenIlnj latgen Forsalebyall tSiolheoaisendlnslotir tT rse. Ifcior'tlianoiis things which he would have seen at in earnest Jn- a Western city, recently, a Mr. Turn .ments well, a cent and a halt a pound to lind th.3 links one byouc. weaving the ground well, as if for a crop of rrse: to trron! or lorc-stafter this with her work. har smecnrr.b.-ro-? Dmrelsts aad Dealers The comsuch time as any emergency required' She niJSTOXSl JUrS I'lBUSH. no carthlj good! Mr. lipton might them into a dreamy, summer idyl. Tho grain, and sow the seed alone and so was married to a Miss Turn. "One good ceneraily. seenndJ.th:rdJl. Bikcw UJlceS,.wvqn,Uus. succeeded in getting Mr, Tipton to SM Cctool ? ment of the local pa por was: 150 CO.. th'e 'raising of some vast sumen v send her a piece of cotton cloth by never know it, and then the case was story would be sweet with the fragrance tnicklv that the ground will be fully Turn deserves another." dollar and alialf. Oulv an the rest IS CHEAPEST." aro mixing several having him personally inspect the desperate. In they went with all the of the orange blossonift and gloriour occupied. Others "however; for under ordinary pressure sheets' pocket picked, he WiiEsFogg had and under- rest: and she even took the scissors with the brilliant splendor of the and so precisely following the spoke of the act nshi "rank plagiarise. and pillow-case- s Mrs. Tipton kept strictly tvithin the roses. In it. too, 'would swell tho kinds, the margins from every A nature, and the moro of People nre apt to ay bitter things when 'Bn.pan nnuOSiiino ClaTerndler clothing, article by article, and by re and clipped book-cas- e line of cuttings aud clippings, news- cejving that really be- song of the sea, and thcf voice of the example of (Suited t all etions. WHtfori'"EEinns.Parnphlct severe lecture on book in the tho more the example Transcript- humbly A Taylor Oa. liansfleld. Ohio. todi'iiceato'n.o papers and letter envelope. She had their condition, to the effect that it was longed to hers?lf few in number, but white browed mountains. In the old this that is done cannot dispense with their temper is up. Boston followed. We SUM. rroa Ittrt.6ttl rjAruC'-ar- s been able with this sometime, taking such atuouut. Sourching days the padres ro le up rom the south- is YEGETABU PILLS.' I "ST. BERNARD woman would atoms swell the sua rnslntr. In tho Blizzard country Man, pointing as no joeh. sr. pAia Jiara. AUuaJaslo 1 oTass. It is becoming more and more owsy; vthes whole course of tho year, to have allow, and "why hadn't she begun to the house from top to bottom, there lands with keen evesand enduring indispensable to us every year, and by musingly over the hilU and far Cure for X.tver and eoldeatrtil. WiTinU The Beat ftz (tm bock, if p Ttiiimia mmnlainta. CoatlTcneaa, her oM hat made over and get herself darn to c nothing else she hearts to found their n,?w;ions under BiKGHAPaTC. wo Yes, 1 came West to look itafter my flendncbe anJ hvtn.il KnmnlM fTfe. earlier, and why had she patched really seemed and by wo shall find the reason why be. r .. Dyiela. Price. Me. JOXES OF miatuiTvr, jr.T.' , a coupie oi pail's of stockings with I am lookins uft.T now. TUeroxo i.i. the shadow of the purple ranges that have not succeeded earlier has been no them with rew cloth that the Bible dared touch. the" bouse and barn !" PU1 Maker, 83Heretr dL.HtwTorfc EtBeraard . stock ready, she layin j rose t dams to make her tender feet burn like teelf Mrs. Tipt the east. Tradition says that cause we have been blundering. Mixed told her would tear away, and so "' live coals. She resorted to extreme "Business Rshfoes. chapter. She must wait for th- - tiumau, in order to receive; : thoir home was a peaceful axe among orasses, perfect preparation of the soil, New spring bonnetj nrc c;itainly very to thn o.i n( the measures oulv Wliea PXtremit wnnt oi . ..!..., ....! ml--i tmilor . him w.ien .Mr. Tiiiton should be way; the Indians aud that the Mission San liberal seeding, and sowing without any Imautiful, but. it would interct horticult' tnl... l r CoZES WHERE All IISI (AilS. nnlded from the flowers grow goaded her. a, now now when Anna elntmW .."? urists know where freryftesisllt M nestCoustifeyrup. Taateasoocw marts' that were left: he ntid it unueared to her for days as if Gabriel prospered and rmc in wealth J. destroy it, will give us that aretorepresented on the . .. . only bT Vr nielntlme. tioldbrdrnccia: robber crop to seme of them. ....w uiu iu rauuate. . . e ami u was nn-'- for circular. field- -. tny. rsotime lor there were conspiracy between Provi- for many ear afterward. The old Then we must Hartford Times. J. MARTIK. nockrflle. Conn, possible to induce her father to yield a wasn't oin" to ouy as that? i hat dence and her husjand t j trap a guilty church is still staudingia good state excellent grass a to use these grass fieldswell, feed 6 Professor , sum suflicient for a new white dre-- for such a piece of work if an ever so f iud mother, by the of preservation, though nearly one learn generously, and they will be lib- "Will you have roast beefcornhesfroat. YALE LAW SCHOOL. 10 Instructors. she to do withher time? "Mr. wife, them the- - occasion, to say nothing of porkporkandbeaiisbatnandbacoiiorhash . never going by exempt at times hundred and twenty years have elapsed erally responsive. A. 1. limes. a new Tipton,-- said his wife, made resolute, tinman's CHICAGO SOALS 00. Fall term commenees Jones tha address IMEOF. FllAXCIS WATLLn, gown for herself that might not shame not rattled the pretty waitress tohou-tthe house. 151 Snnlh Jtjtrvm Stmt. CXlcat. nL since is was built. The walls of this Tho for herself now, not because she when Mr. Tipton was iu WaKi.neca!e.AO Conn. first night in his new boarding TrnS0 Tnlo Colleee. 'ew JTvon, the child aaaoug her mate. She secured him at last. Hags had building are of stone, with buttresses of Lit tie DsieciiTe." IA send for Fttee List wanted' any new under clothing but her bashful mau blushed and remarked thatThe laie Prof. Gross, of Philadel- "he bjplieved he would, thanks." "You are setting the child a dreadful windipo-sfiecthe said, but still brick. The roof was originally of tiles, risen, A. MONTH. Ap nts Wanted. SO bjet Wst teUlne but because she wantod not materially good price. "Law sakes! day earliest American In t ri world. 1 sample K'ltnc S250 Addn-t- artlrt-- s BKONSOX, Dzteoit. FREE. 1eO &it Barnlnc Aa Oofd In theChina Cup ond Bact but has been replaced receutlv by one of phia, was one of theas au antosthetic, Graphic. Blended T u example of frnnlitv' said .Mr. Tipton. for herra-ba- " Mich. PaaoeralTenwliheachp-Jiicdtb shreds and clip- thev fetched a JAY Prce,roc. NorffAcnrs "One would ihmk, to hear vou talk, pings iesuiting'fi'om the manufacture I'll have to get another team if there's shingles. A stoae -- tairease leads to the users of chloroform .. T. egss WanUdT Jas- - B. Ctxxx. gS Greenwich A told to that there wa nothing iu the world but of new cloth whero a choir Gf Mexican and he adhered to it all his life, prefer- two COOK wasach. Sho boil a dozentwelva A RPNTS WAKTED. Fastest selling This sorter niean busiplaced the minutes a Largest prontatocanrasters.CIroirtri into garments "Mr. 'Tip auy more. Mr. Dustin. "Speaking er gallery, Territory ready. which in general dress." ring it to ether, free. CuBCl womon sing during theSnnday morn Pl'BLIbllUiU COJU,A.r,-ai"'- ju ton, if T wis to die, I haven t the decent ness," said AGENTS NEW THIN0. rtr.uiatfre' wnta Fa nrl ilie-nit. He made egs in r the kettle and kpt them insaid, sha tweuty-fou"l think tins very unfair.Mr. Tipton." arU,dwto llv nie out!" business." he wont on, orap yiug ner ;ng service tar. SL Ijis jiepublican. minutes. postal to AAfiH 3IlTCtU.Iilii SprUvrfiflt. III. ladies chloroform in more lhau 5,000 svhen berated atterward. "Ain'i tnlcs tift in $( per week foryour own or gents.t - -- his great burlap bags, j "You know how 1 have" I tne of . home. IU IU VltJ Work decs at be answered her, his thin poor store into one the re in out A. X K. -s- he wanted important operations without a single twelve twenty-four)- " to say pinched, and! red aalnc. Addrass WmtWW ART Ccv. St. Lcals, Ma "it's a pretty toj -- New ork City as twenty-hv- e a- - it seemed, in bri5 tlhi", resulting therefrom -- a fact accideat TO pared, and aved. but she knew there 'doublo-S- i timxted a l ITRtX Tfr:iTr" Ilia AOTXTtTIKFRt c.oj.anywteTt; Whole- Washington. Have a foreign war on widows whose wealth fared bim as a handson'O Tin: woist thiii ' would be au oatbuw! from nleaaeauyjuu sun dei llJUM lsl spcakiao- much for his care and skill. to cach.- no time her hus- - ' is some ot i v fel 'cw'i arin th'1 Itda Dir. "I our haims in up out ofif they don't haul from S1..KW.-J0Wabash ar,Chlcjo. teed. B.CStuhl,u; Philadifphi'i Record. .',. i. uand. who. on the or'ncple that two f.Hin. ynur siht. Wish Id L dotft'tknow anybody that that would off. and rags . e, .. ... If : uui uuii U..1. oursoii It) iui, ho seui her 'a seen the President in the beginning. TAIUI A3D FIRESIDE. Cancer for Tweatj Tears. IBs Wife Was a Jumbo; the piece of cloth. BQclanah Courier. Km him hint that 'd 'a saved """The. Sir. TV. It. Robinson, -- seems as u i naun t sono to work half thn fnis i. .11 Biram Ban- - writes, under date Jan. 3, DaTisboro, Os., so sot Land that is too poor for clover VJyou 1834: "lam getTwo Jersey City farmers, tho nght way with him in the first iiitlieirownconcP!t"--tu'injra- ml e, grow rye, and the rye plowed down witt man and Chnstopner ivnu- .- , c ting on finely, the ulcer is gradually healcan GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. ing. I feel said Mrs. Tipton to herself. "I ming in the Spocific will cure it be followed with clover. Fraine arranged at tho Tombs to answer a the horrible thatSwi'.t's bas been feeding cancer which ought to have stood right up to him, and wouldn't 'a done .v rret ood. But all Farmer. . . on me for over twenty years." charge of intoxication. put my foot down then!" EyBJCKMAN. the science isn't l bigwigs. SowKENTUCKY. ii iv to see mA strong solution of oxalic aeid Mr. O. O. Barron, ot Uannin,Ga.,writes, r " "Please, sir, let us go this time, exnun. But she went to work the right way there's my rrai ,'" Vittlc "al-y- ou een will remove dry paint dated March 3, 1SS4: "Tho soreness has all . After vou have claimed the former, "we" n inter- gone out ot the Cancer, and my health bas FwFVERjf to her, her cloth, and skimped, hor Koius S must have been useful chemistry, with pieced her and cut, and pickel up manner bV' irT M,noT. I ain't no tried everything else without success "Hold your horse, Hiram, MA Y. greatly improved. I bnve takon six botgores, T17.5 and thorn try this Boston Globe. o dnnK tl niill in trisconomctry and rupted his friend, "and let mJ do the tles of Specific, a Skin always considered. so she said ?? M a wLhcd. to keep Anna But it school. lot youa know, single Without hearin- - all her lessons ray- S5 d two ma" five, 1 , rj - rf ..'a CatarhH lit 1 jam-plac- S.BBSIBB.KY. DnrtoB thi very euW. etner Dos In sa Her. Trom JUJorDownA, Plrasart Academy. iras suffering with - - rtr cs-wl- lr ! j cjtanh. Sir hw" fcroi clied so eeTere-l- r I wsoM1bi1 toalTB nc eTerjthtnKDdS e? ,5,rt Ely's Cre a ra ! lm wu nV,'H Wif '.n n hour I fejs r iravU InfewdJ cored. 1 W A. Downi. " - llaby-voice- s. her-eno- aty5;". 1,- ! in-a- r . . , .,. k i tun-brig- - ? DR. DAVID rt 1 !cfnv55 U to-da- -- o T - - l- g one-hal- l-- KIDNEY 1 well-shape- mwM r-- ar. .it 1 gs :J V lfl.ufcli-t-nn- il r Ifer-aU- i ' - eo-- i &. n, g. Fiilti-hpht- g. - rag-mone- y. Kag-moue- y cro-se- i Sing-Sin- j: Post-Dispale- - i tide-mar- k; ". " Pt. Bron-cl.i- al seed-cor- n, roli-jjiou- s, love-letters- ." visit-Ball- love-lettoc- ..... ng f I -- pocket-handkerchi- ( 03-- g, Tip-ton- p, ss urn jW bbbj 5-le TIME. note-book- s, ' s, BEESOMlS- house-breaker- s, " t m'-- a pen-wipe- r. Undrrpt-inerj-whi- - post-offic- - school-teachin- np-stai- rs . n 1S-- '"ro-'anerat- trr ef t, All-cock- 's - g. half-ounc- e. copy-book- s? M1B08 Si oilers ati-r- - i- Ih-I- d. "" - g. '. '" y r-t tn-clj-ie price-ourrc- m love-lette- rs lllt.l.t tin-wa- re o - Xlu'v'-- ,,,,,. --cm-r'en- " r. . posips-!o- n . i , rao-!bao- - -- - iTTTfUS n - aalnTlg-oran- t. s cy Cas-tilia- n 5 1 . " i ii.-- ! .T A 'iaj'iifpii s Manu-furtnre- ri f s else-ha- . t, n -- . boots-Auil- ll tr " S0Vlboi "Tf 0 s-t- jj 8,000 -- owui-Chu- -iuv urn o. XTigtitn-n'tKV- p?.t I'M" i-- ,V rS'.v J wurrzrs rTAf .. . Uifajfi -- U' - Us nwr i' yg nwwir - T fcT fc- It 'I if 1 ft - k LOCAL NEWS. - b A splendid wheat crop it aptc? , - y Jitag;u' y si ,S 2; Kielior Tim it I.HM Yo r. pears is u foregone met. &UJO,l" inrorpontted b the Kentucky & Largest and the CjTapwt Flrk of w.ir "U") i love, 'll " "The i rj Iio assessors hk.k ju-- j nrinj Legislature and onjot a orpo-ratStraw lints ivcr oho Tn in I'itknaii. nt .vitiv. , er s'fs.j.1 C C..r..M. l.M.A wcie there f nl!l aroovl iad f C0 n:ir ahu- - i.. PrUT"j. existence in no otltor st-ited allows the taxable cmipdk'acc.r.i oi our county, for Uu car. i, be ih0Jl . !i trude, to restock our house that l,j xbW Faltou Strawberry festivals arc epi- - Jtf .w measitrPK a kmn:.!' ""-- ' " " ,nHrU. oxHtent-- that Sl.?TA(0, osHtiibt $1.C17.:7, & sinia in all thoBmiill town.. ..it:i hinting nuatCM n.a Hie ttTiolBawparket nt , is very veeuk, and we were enabled to the Supreme headquarters sC1.elavt year. snov.ii'g tlu ".fttratui lute lL.rold Cheapest Store in town. IJmv low, e!i located in J.ouiRille. "" goods yprliip:i;ir..,. : ,0;t ivlC(.r tjian ujg 00i6 Wtre brought Tlienr,,; iin tease ol we h,se l"'l .:.. ju ., ILACT'. low, nt Lerl Mcfntodi buy "'!.'' ai r..il'!''J.l,"A.1,.41,? earlier. zation now exists in perhaps ev This J ear $: i t'.. V.ti,v. m flt.. A lire atFaducah, Sunday, de- cry State in the Union. At Our storewa Bever .,0 ifp'te with inviting bargains, as at present, the of JaMtl henas laud ihe vt !'i.' bti.ict u the maij'b ears,.iill as and eoloivd stroyed $G(10 worth of property recent meeting of the Supremo 10:. 974. Of this or more quality. Lodge of iho United Slates at folks own 890 acres. Tho total' V"' I"bVed ,H18 eeRcl ,(vi& nor our gooP business houses. ,0!l u,iOU!,d .i'"elf suddenly Us. S. f-- KitcJi will be thnnk-fi- Chicago, new officers were elect- lamP" valuation is J75.10! or. viabpt mi a tau of btioni; arms to rccei'o ordera for cu flower, jutt up ed, and tho headquarters removed aimntSO 45 per acre tuat drew her close to the heart of GK23rlW to euit each order, in shape or style. Pa from Louisville to St. Louis CerTlie "flluc of town lots is $347 one whohO life was in the future respectfully solicited- Iteasonabie tain members trainee against $274.2."."5 last yir an to be a part of at Lonisviilo havo hers, whose een prices chitgcd. sued out au injunction to nrevcut merenso of GU,4."50. The total. action wniilil liriinr in lwr rrnl rv Our Goods embraces all the leading styles, and are It is a curious fact that the the removal of headquarters from vrlno of real estate lands passed ftf epopee, unequalled in variety, and arc BSr.OW all compe-titio- n woe, Httei auguibh 01 ro cro7,-tilargcra spring chicken grows the Louisville, and asserting that tho town lots is l,31S,sn.7 iwpfifC.Ths attention of the ladies is csicciallv invited to our ' W " J". HlVif, ifi tiflnf ,ki less value it has in tho market, charter compels the permanent loi.jl "" .." iii..rracn fi..- . n 'fhi'.ll. buperb SCS" not irMiici ii" i t:. j.ii. fti ...a.,... ' cation at some mint in Kentucky NteolHl to the I.atllcs. !"J-T:l If you want n fine Rlack Si!V Drees, ro Pending this litigation reat deienneath.joy of which she had ! jear-- an i,eVn uhoily .gnoiant.she io to J. Anilierj Sons, and veu can get the moralization must prevail in the 71.193. Our people evidentlv fett Lyons Silk, the lxt ever brought to Hick IrXiLann 4b.. :. ... u , i. .;... ""'sn uiiuugnoni inc country. good deal richer this yenr limn. Call ami see what a luirein up r.iil Lodges will not be clear as to duor,l!(wl,!oHe,K.of 1 Embioi-lerief White Laces, Hosiery, Corsef, Fans, Pm-.-..!- -, give you. ty in sending, on assessments the Assessor got a new ..rnk.e,',, ,.1! l(.,tU(t. u ,.Hi,i,.(.tll0. iiaDdkcrcSefe; T'na, Kibiions, snd Notions of all descriptions, our Amheh&'u Sons. J. whether to send to Louis illo or inftndmg out thin class of :aM.,.:.t.lr t Ie are the fcgl) and our prices the The local option fight in Bal- St. Louis. Pending a decision that comes to oei-lard comity is exceedingly warm. lodges would act wisely to pay ami of aB, .' v,ouu when 4U HI.om fetter of '"M ": in their assessments to their local o32b!nefc6. Only 113? ,.,.;. It applies to the whole county. UI0 .,, : ..aim.,--- ,. -' " - unnrnma vitprs iLite "" treasurers and notif.biuU xaat her heart to that of of TBU Ifiyhcl CASH PRICE paid Ar ' . ficers that tho money in readv for orcL .& of fV'W' aom she can both love n- VOOl. and FEATHER. ttf'C SetmUK'Hfrs f 'i e i ; . Q1 shno '.? .Shoe. Our make of Gents and Ladies i. :iro nwm, ....w. cuiiUifi ,.) ni.n..nn UUICITM WIIH.I1 '.I . J.LKJCA.SDER & J AS WELL. Awl so when TTan U Tllf mini l.. tVl ipnjtt be excel It : in beauty, nor equalled in durability. Every M f . TIic ICmghts of II on. .i ni ,!..,. bly the most flourishing mutual benefit order in the Unittd State's is tlircntciiod with diwohition! This order originated iii km ,;(kv --- pact.5 asoi r n j.ro. mmnrtrt'Jjtfaaft. (o-.wrs 1 J fcTlTl1l IT ITIllIBi 1 Hf: WlmivlVe Aro Wril. anil in UJiatlt lUckwiin Vrnits tlnn 'olthlvts. ?S t.t::s i.eu nv.i mii - O'r'ips ( be Vf ww M?TWW r t Ifftfj--- 51 5) J ", -J- -5!3! M Ki M i.'.t 1 Jsj as fc.a E'l 0& && iiASkhfi tP'i r rri v&j .' ? UH i H! 1 m e t 11. l.' , Vgvsajy Big KL, ss-i-- . ffl 0 vi W is HS B if n i& sin h m ; c ? vi7 tts-ni- .- - The old PLAUT Houcc siv- -.'u O J '.. K.r-itat, ---- I p-.:t-;- :i; . 1'L.ut- - ."'' . f de-Jral- de U10 The country. Ladies are solicited to call aud see their immense Stock of Embroideries, Laces, Glove, Hosiery, Neckwear, Fans, &c. Their Stock and - v Prices will catch ou. 1- Thib is what the people tlc t.atl ehesn. lu greatest variety o Stock, carried by any house in this lay Sua? ll ! - sto-ofres- s I un-s- ur 14 msssa niEISlS. kre mE5mmm j ... . " '' ""W.J- - -- aw .1 A. j WhiteGoods, Embroideries, &c. 1 .7o1,IUwit.;!ioa I-3- U '. '' ets.ai..-d,.tin-at.l..tcond- l- 0, s in all shades to suit everybody from 25c, to $5.00. Iu this line they can't be surpassed by any market Lace Curtains, Oil Curtains, Marseilles quilts, Carpets, Matting, Rugs, &c, iu great variety, at prices that never fail to please. stock of Ladies, Misses and Children? Just replenishing their styles of Sinners and shoes. Don't fail to see Plaut's Pinafore and other fine hand sewed FRENCH KID, the handsomest ladies shoe in the i. town. - -- w- , S&Q ( OlO'fe&Jr, 1 S'feQa The gentlemen are rounded that wc are still selling a number one ail Wool suit ior $7.50, ijbrth anywhere $10.00. Our $10.00 suits are well worth $15.0$). Three dozen nice wlgte I - nob-bie- s, o-:- e - . i iJ " -- t . -i' Rtores at b p. ni bv a?YSEuT Tho clerks unanimously endorse We buy country Produc- eChickens, &c, and jiay " F17QUA liiIut Bnpr caJt prkt' k HeDOW. Fjrsp, Tho damage by frost, Wednes- getherwith day night of last week, was very inspection of theeeilson Wednes considerable in tho Northwestern day. They found a lari?e hoi States. sawed tlirouirh two celR- irnrt -- ..:! giire whoIo life. Eut ,,resout. J5 a head; the v- -iscep, Bagnio " My he led her to a fauteuil, aud the bottom out of ji"003- hi n self bv nut &t (tAvn nton A.itwi i... 4i. togs, eoineihmg over 82; cattle. be h : :;Lr r, , r ww ,M4 wiit."c a8l5 -- ido . aud kissed away the tears VIII fc9b. ' Wa h Meningitis has been prevail- ...,. v':, ttu uui CWUH1113 ftirQO invested m lUat giisteued so prouily on "-ing about Iilandville. Air. Thos. -- i!S rai'y- carriages, and 1W5 in drooping eyelashes, he said tho to 35. White, a prominent citizen, h.s partner arc on iuorease of about her: , . . a c arge of stealing iir.h no-- w.' r.W s, . . i died last week. "- u Ami wliv tin vtn Invn inn an iakm ou cacu over iasi .. ging, arc river men, and together yet perhaps not more tbau oio-hal- f ...y . . "" "' Married in Hickman, June 2, with their families lived on a Miy is it that you are small value of these goods s illing to become mine for lifef 1884. at the CouutV Olerks ollloe, boat the real Hickman. King's by Rev. Mr. Waters, Mr. W. H. who abovebeen permitted wife, jin this county. o answer. The moonbeams has to visit couu-t- y Shoal cr and Mrs. M. C. May. tilt erratically through the branchhor hnsbaud in the jail that is to We havo S7 stores in this valued at $203,225. es of the L::den trees that stand Ft r 26 Cents " can tuv a 50 ut 5tmu- enter the outer court, not in the von " The colored folks own 3,410 in utt o.i.sido tbo wiudow. not a llat, at Plabts. cell, is suspected of furnishing tlie l.mds against ?,33,.- last jear; and A young Mr. Brown, of Uniou implements lor escape to the pris- and fS885 in town lots against Lic.i.li ot tni stir the leaves, star-eyed the muruicroub breathing of a oners, but she may not be the 6AM) City, committed suicide, at tlmt lant Year. The taxable cow iu the back yard of Brier-to- n guilty one. place, Sunday last. We hear that wealth of the colored people has Villa, .ci the only sound that ill health and family trouble is asWednesday night of last week, increased in everything. breaks tho deathlike silence Tits-wortsigned as the cause. tue rcMdeuce of Mr. Geo. The productive interests of this Jordan Station, was enter- county shows up badly by coin- - "Can you not tell me!" he asks. If you Fhotiid fcl ery warm nml div' "Yes." Beryl answers. "You drop in and try a gs.t of i lie most dtUctout. ed by burglars. Mrs. F. was awa pantson with previous years. in know that I love dancing." Lruion&dc in the citv 5ctf Rglaw. kened, saw one of the burglars 18S1 w rtticiAd JdRiUM IihrIipIk of UI do." 6w FUQUA & DtliOW. a mulatto man, with a lump, sys-- corn and in 1S-only 399,760; in "That is why one day, God will A young man writing from teinatiiuilly ransacking the pfemf 18.S2, we had 91.465 bushels of ing. I will be your bride." Crystal, Obion county, wants us ses. biie screaineu for nor lias-- wheat and the assessment only "But I do not understand your to give "a good subject for a band, who jumped out of bed to gives 2 1,5 it; ; but in 1882 wo had words," exclaims Harold. "Why when tho burglar only 1.049 tons of ha v. and now scnooi composition." i lore it is: got his pistol, out blew tho lamp and lunged at weliae 3.030. Tho decrease in do you mnrry me on account of Down on pistols, whiskey and dime Titsworth with a knife inflictujg tobacco is fearful, S36440 pounds jour loe ior dancing'' no vols. "Because," she auswors, looking an ugly scalp wound. Titswort lu issil against 220,050 now. In at hit.i with au expression of in- Gov. Luko P. Blackburn's fired several shots, but we feaf Ig$2 1,(H)2 pounds of hemp r.u.l sanitarium for inebriates is thor- missed his mau. Other houses in Uhis asRKm.M.t .,,. v. iinnnii. . 'i i.;M finite tenderness aud pathos in ... ,.. ..,.. oughly organized at Louisville, the station were entered the same assessment shows a slight increase her pure young face, "yon hat e with Oapt. Thomas F. Murphy, night. Xo late de elopnients a in hay and hemp, but a gre.it de learned my tep to perfection." lato of Lexington as Stewart. to these burglars. crease in corn, tobacco ami v. he: si;v coli.i:o2. - ;Mir0fiKmnsiJ evijlojutly iucor-,,4fmT!mrnid1(nctTWTr5ua reut. oecausoTirerro nas nBtn vorEa.TW'Tjtsvrm li? tlie i&SV B2' Pure nn, lcy French tcrnal revenue system ofherowl (utvttcK. We a!io kc Onumch. I4nieiix. which requires I understand that the new colbe t such heavy decrease iu the prolicense to liariann, Knts of . I kind. A ken out for nearly all classes of duction of these leading articles lege enterprise Las got so far, and jtjcs Hue ot Stajilv nd Pnncy Grc-- r es as is hero shown. which we win sdl 'ry cheap. Give us a business. It is not for revenue stopped. That is to say that about mmO all. . 4w. only, but for revenue with inciA Rumiirltnhic Ivicnpo s 01 the proposedamount r liMlttl tirnrrwtinii lmr liAmA I The police Judge contest, by Mrs. Marv A. liley, of Tunkhsnnock, has been subscribed iu black and .1 .1 i i.. agreement of contestants Starksj iiiwimuivs iiuu binniier iicwcte.,,,. M.L--- i MN UM. irfhn. Theinerehant who keeps .ever-j,- , Bronchitis, during which time the white and by reliable verbal promaid Leet, to the people, in his own line and every-- . Her at the special election, Friday, re- thing elses, Crowding Ollt saddlers,! best phyaieiam could giTe no reliefOctober ise, and thai demoralization lias Hfe wa denjwirol of, until in labt bol resulted because some live or six sulted in the election of Starks, harness makers, aud other indus- - Diseovery, when Bottle oi Dr. KWd New prominent property by 15 majority. immediate rlief wa felt ownei& refuse tries, must pay for tho crowding. b iu BiC for R ebort tirae to help. I a'u oony, because this C apprehend however, that the Ac WM completely cured, gaining in fleah Yon can Mve 23 jier cent in prior, and CO per cent in quality by buvini; FL'KNI law may be unconstitutional. 60 lbs. in a few months. is au iubtiiation that Hickman TUHE at Parties here aro anticipating aH ThMl ad Lon Disease at Formne'- - needs over and above anything. E.T.GARDXLRS. I am a now citizen, and not acSatTho Kt. Rev. B. B. Smith, a tub race at nick man, about run Drug Store. Large Bottles $1 00. quainted with the bickerings and Bishop of Kentucky and Senior urday week. The tub race is jealO'isies of tLe older inhabitants, on the same order at a skiff racet rentoBH!. Bishop of the Episcopal church only the nor do I want to be, but if I recontestants sit in an ordialias Jessie Cook, of Carfeondalo, III., tb in the United States, died, in New nary wash main a citizen, I would like to t;ce and do their own visiting iii Moilie Caldwell. York, Saturday last. Ho was 90 paddling. tub distance will be ie college built. It is & wr.!.g The Dr. A. M. Parker and wife, of Howling spirit for a man or men, owning years old. from tho elevator to tho Overton Green, are tisiiing ilckman. propery, interested in With harmony in the party wharfboat, and report has it that Uim Maggie Gibbs and Dr. M Bell, of chltO.an to educate, to Democratic success is almost as- a good deal of money will change Union City, Teon., are visiting Mr. and alKj stand by and let his neighbors, sured. Without harmony Demo- hands on tho result. Such con- Mn. B. M. Isier. perhaps less able and less interests cratic failure is almost certain. tests always bring lots of fun, and Mr. Zeno Youpg and wife, left for their every way, umsup' .ill the expense Can wo not havo harmony without if it comes oil", will be witnessed home, Msdifnvi!!e, Ky., on Tuesday. of a college budding: but then it sacrificidg principle? by an immense audience. MisKittieCoksey, of Henderson, Kj., is wi 014 again for thcKo vvhohne The new road law. nave you A report has reached Hick- ! Tisitiag her aunt. Mm. Carrie Mahony, sabscribfd to withIMW their Tead it. Let every voter in "tho man that a Mirty of tram ping Turks, at tke residence of Mrs. Jones. names because A. 15. and C. M'on't county read it, discuss it, and a portion of tho vagabond band Mis Sallie Cheatham, after npendiug haip. I confess that it id r.,tt;.i't'. make up his mind about it. It is that has been infesting this vicini- feveraJ days in this city, visiting friend that thfco who hae subscribed to be accepted or rejected at the ty, wore raided near New Madrid, snd wiatives retarned home last Friday, should feci that those equally to coming August election. Mo., last week, and ordered to ootmyoaied by Misses Jonie Bain, Carrie be benetiUed with them should leave that community. A difficul- i.amage and Carrie May uarrett. expeuse; but The Courier is furnished an ty of UatterUle, equally share the Mias ensued, and a Turk fired on the rTeniu, i Maiaio Crenshaw,Mrs. K. B. Bre- - then if they will not, their refusal interesting and well written com- posseo visitiog Mr. and killing one young man and ard. will not lossen the benefits of the munication this week on tho subsaid wounding another.' ject of tariff by Zebulon Zinther. citizens thou rallied, It is hung the Jadcie Millet is attending the Mozart college to them. I have heard tbo and Wc endorse tho article, but can not Dramatic and Musical FoatiT&i at Memphis, some of the men who now refuse shooting Turk who did the to holp, decry Hickman boeanse Tcan., this week. space for it this week. flud temperance bill has Mips Minnie Hoaglnnd i3 visiting rela- we didn't have a college, and A novel Harvest will come about the sound the praises of oher towns yet no memloth of June, aud tho outlook at been prepared, but asintroduce it. tives in Brownsville, Tenn. that did havo. Why won't these ber can be found to present for a good crop is flattermen help now h Do they expect on It proposes Tl:oo lire SollU Fnota. ing. Wheat is now in bloom, large liquors, and to abolish tho tax to allow intoxicants The best blood pnrifier and system regtt- - others to build it for them? Do and well developed aud if it is not to bo sold without a license. Itfi Vauderbilt to of suf- - they ator ever traced within lnjnrfcilfov rjiotjar Jhos,. wcv jnay 4 then proposes to li'eeiroo"sfouiliiforineiiutnonlty, tmly is tbe reaeh Bitters, single expect someout, and make a Hipkman lileeric iooK,ior a iargo yieiu. drinker, and to compel him to wjrTlnactivity of tbe Liver, Biliousness, Jaun- - donation for our benefit i If so, A mulatto negro, an a badgo or tag, indicating that he id!ce' Constipation. "Weak Kidneys, or any I fear wc will never have a colconvict, was captured near is a licensed man. It is made a siwTdp. lege. The present plan is for the to"oV mnds Union City, Saturday, aud his de- penitentiary Otlenso to Sell drinks ..Unt. will always find Electric Bitters the college to be owned and controlled scription suits for the burglar who to a man who does not wear the ttcst 'and only certain cure known. They by those who help build and found entered Titworth's house, at Jor- badge openly on his coat. act surely and quickly, every bottle guar- it, using the free school money, as anteed to give entire satisfaction or money dan, this county, Wednesday night An acquaintance wants us to refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by T. auxiliary to the college, and holdlast. ing the school free from sectarian write out a good form of a call P, Fortune. 2crm doth the hnntuind witlJ a club control. Do these property ownupon a certain citizen to become An4 teutl the carpet duet in air, ers and men of means who refuso Aud a he beats tlm a candidate. It don't make much COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Croat Cosbamieht , don't he bwcu to holp, object to tho plan? If difference ahout the form sign it so, lot them state their objections, Tbe lot plica up within liU care, "Many Citizens," "Vox Populi" Hickmak, Ky , June 2, 18S4. And penetrates hi itchicg 11050, and givo a better plan; and'if HU cheeks are damp irilh laudly tvars, "Pro Bono Publico," orsninothiii'r Council met. P resent Mayor McCutch their plan is tho hotter, let's rally lBcclieacccjire sneczo is saooza. of that kind, and bo sure to en- - cn, Councilinon Jkckuian, Moore, .Kamage, to it. Tho college proposition has Thom-asoJohn T. Hubbs, G. F. mect,n were been submitted to nearly every tho F. B. Taylor, and W. J.Jack- to insure its publication. 'That T1bc m,nulc,8 citizen in Hickman, and endorsed son, are the candidates for Sheriff iellow will take tho hint, quick, rtad, approved and signed. heartily and enthusiastically by ACCO0A1S ALLOWED- of Obion county; aud W.J. Flack, even if ho has to pay for it himThe following accounts wero proienled nine out of ten and somo of J. W. Bransford, Jr., P. Ii. Nolen, self. Iioperly apjirovcd, and on motion, were these men of means who have not and D. H. Dalby, aro standing for Tho Fulton county Local op- allowed : subscribed, havo promised to seCounty Trustee. S24 23 riously consider the enterprise. tion law is not to bo voted on at Street pay roll, May 24, -- 33 10 Lot There aro great religious re the ensuing August election, so those who are halting, not wait 7 20 vivals occurring throughout tho we aro reliably informed. ti.o R. F. Tlioniason, jail fees, to bo begged or importuned, but United States. Great numbers of privilege of resubmission to the CITY CEMKTEItY FKJ.CE TO BE BEPAIlIEl. walk up aud put down thoir names, On motion, the superintondant of tho and the converts aro being made, and af- people asked by certain petition others will follow. Let's city cemetery was ordered to have the cem- work together. ter tho inoeting8 cease at differ- ors was not given by the Legisla- etery fence repaired. ent places many arc concerned ture. Zeno. On motion, Council adjourned. about their spiritual salvation. Attest, K. JG. Millbt, C. C. Tho young ladies of Hickman I!ucl:Ivn,4 Araien Snlu. A. D. Kingman is ine- aro anticipating a grand leap Hl'EClAlTIES ycir ligible, under the now school law, dance next Tuesday night. Tiie Bust Salve in the world for Cuta, TirntKrtS. Snr;.TT1nora nlf T'Vn.n l,Vii and will not bo a candidate for havo engaged the Italian TJh0y Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains striiic to tho office of County baud of Nashville, and the' occaW. COR3ULX & CO.'S. Corns, and all Skin Bniptioos, and posiSchool Superintendent. Who sion altogether pi onuses to lie tlie J. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Keen Kutter Axes, Barb Wire, Expert From over the State comes tho eoaiplaint that the ily is doing considerable damage to tho wheat Riiu- - ....... ,,. n,l .T.... I'isiui a ut.,iiiia ..:... 'i -- II II crop. cartridges. Some notes from out "Don't you focRet it," Plaut ie knocking side parties promising to get thew Kcy-noi- 0700 A ;.ijat !ud ja8ed away hc laid her head trustingly on ins shoulder and ' ', ,?,, a..nmn - r". "r. 4.,..." till ; i:,. wept tear of joy. r - - a oi a moment Harold stood ' ll0V drt rnn) it that tto prisoor, d b,e SU(. ," - " 5H 'Kui?: tE S',lS nou the preplied with au augur. a ,. .;.. ovei i. . 9! fe of the gentlemen to our really elegant styles 5 1,900- -a j I rtgfiJF Furni.-itin-; s. If you are not posted iu the latest fash ion-- i rrod in tho cell tife gr 207: the colored 250- -a gain of ' ,! Jn t c aws.'to our htot "6tiW 0 you good. la gauxe and btdbrig-os- c, in latest stvlt to c1osJb60c, soil anywhere for 1.25. ' 3 Hurt and m tho 2, Ties, Collars, fcc., we carry the day. 'ficr, fericv l- -li Don't fail to seeourwfoby $25.00 suits the best fitting Goods in the ylvingandanothsrl Wo ucxt note the live Nt.Kk'1,10 Low Piices (for which we are famous) make market. And don't jou forget it Plaut will cut any mans prices. , hj-e?r rhonmson sas-ve h:iV0 i.oju h,.,.. U'ep- - ntiit no hoiue to sdl dour than vc do for the Sheriff made Jep" otth ! !: a wave of flame over her face 1 we are 'LL id. r and Jf'Lers cf Low Prices. 79 rt ffiiSMSrtwloss than last SSrag VhlliW had iSnt -"- e:,r. i. loss ! , ; : ,l ; atCftlihe jttentio f sir Li1 H tn 1 i! S ; ,r i t x 1 f .... mJ . AXiaAT.ypR . TTU1 .. .V. tl III! . I I . Sll 1 W V Mi .v.k- o- si- - "" ' "-- c WIBe .,,.- n.ww.... Jtcij; males over - - linnfo WttlbtO " aK I BJ ST a vr Ul 24X1 : CIUULIUZI . u K'VI'flM UUUftVW L'i - !. MA2SWELL8 . IfLAUT-- BROS. I zox- 8s CO. II ... 1,, nil . ill - . -- . ... III .1 i . ai a. All LIUU. ITIitXl WholMkide the Low Prices? -- ,.., t' ' k - V B rfV hl ., M&Mhtf Just rcce.ved, a fine selection of i 1 Vn"Mre ;. . !"."" BA.Jt Y BUGGIES, !JO THE TTJ"E announce to our friends "nd he puWic generally. th- vrc have just received ttockof all kinds of Furniture and solicit the trade of liartics wiah- Y V an ing to buy. We can ah all styles ot rurniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine line e of - - AlfaAf ATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. jM-o- !,M5!,e',! & fej f h, 3. New Qoafcof all icradei in my line. Cat! and Examine. PltiCBB Low. WW nt U "Y to make oor prices to suit the spirit of tbe time. You can reat assured tmJenold you need never leave oar lwaso U look for chtaptr goods. We proiicoe to sell as foic as H. B r aU haw the fincV. line of UNDERTAKRRS GOODS ever brought to any retail Furniture slfb iu the ('I'urcbae. Hickman. CttDmeri politely nerved on ohort notice. Very ropectfully, 1 PEAKITO OOMPETITION. AS MY GKXUS OUTSHINE ALL OTIIBPvS. TIIEIII BKItJn NfiHS LAST WHEN KI VAL FADE AWAY. CO. I IWi fuet tWpbwe, on the oppo'Uu comer from Piaut ilro'a. & Co., umler the New CITY HALL. Give me t.dl letre biivi SSS.ora rooms in net Odd Fellows bujkiing. e'ewber. 8"You cm depnid ,iion finUu g anything in my houae that is kept in afiretclaw weJe?All kindri of Resairing done on short notice, and in a work manlike stylo. Also are prepared to givepecial inducements as t L aNITURK STOKK. T. F. WILBURN & Resptcffully E5. ,3?- or W 9 Cj.-1.133rS:- Contractors and Builders of Houses. l s a 1- ai i - 'J& irl w i eiSy Sp& j i 1 .aft &. W' v$ lass 'Si' mt Mlflf,! v; &&&m That. we arc still ahead in this market with the 1 rplIIS an-- -- UODE HAS BBES RKCENtLY KNLAR'JED. REFITTED, REFURNISHED iea'jva';d Cor. veneut to river und railroad, and attentive Jl watch kept attJttM.iLa.-.i.- .. pj. "y hatcls intbiajection. tlaltT at-t- 0:...i Nicest, ti--3- . J? i. S . - -- two-third- .i. HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OF & CO. Clieapest, .xici SJB J UXS "SEr3 -- & hrr Stock of DRY GOODS ever offered for sale in Hickman. You can compare our prices and the quality ol our Goods to any, and we are satisfied that you will save money by buying from us. Our Sest !wi uU-MuBn-Mmui ( ifftfa mm s?$y snhhi d is the best that can be bought, and was manufactured especially for us: so we will guarantee every suit to be the latest tyle, and as low as can be 5 ught in any retail house. i) 7 Eickinanv entacky0 3te bu.-iics- We invite all that want choice fresh fancy Groceries, to call on us and we will sell very low the best brands of Flour &c. q" r 1 f ii T m&StSi P Hi Hardware house of 5KK Kl me&M WiK? BUILDTJsrGVM "We - MATERIAL, fcc. offer special inducements to builders in Doors, Sash, and all build ing material, Paints and Oils. m Thojfeid, popular and always ojL TSl OOWG1LI g7rr?-.Tr-Sg- F atee4gj) I DBALBS IM I Has a which lndid stock olfcred at of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, T3B.XJaS3 PATENT . QKE and tliatjta very lowest tho market justifies. be exaotlySg represented. 4 rV mftdt3s5Svjr - tVfrf35 is.vr ?'V?'5hH - Js!-'- ! lli fiigjg, trusses ASD AHocissl Siijporti ; raafisaMfeJi tea mm. . Bosm C tS. All goods guaranteed to MEDIC1NIES, A.TXT3 TJE ,.'AJi'M iih- - rfiJ VV k lXfukWI l" PAINTfl -- yy tic R V1 a.3or23 TDILET ARTICLES rub-a-Jn- j-- 1 -- The bestroof for tlie least money. Experienced workmen employed. Theattcnfipn of builders especially desired, as this house will give special inducements. Correspondence solici ed, 1 &c., &c, &c. C6?Pre6criptiona V. M. iiL JliV sssajSaasss sr;aoa(3S: JtV &c, &e &c. 10 o'cloo n, R. B. BREVARD. filled thI old reliable cha. t I I at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after W. A BENSON, LOWER and LOWER. . T a. holoombe. DBAZ.ZR Allkinds of Groceries bans, sides, &c. as cheap as Ibc cheapest. I will not be JOHN WJTTiNQ. undersold. FULTON BANK DBSGHIEDHJINIS, It JEWISH B5T m 10 S3 NB M J DFiHSTBm, . DENTIST, U1CKXAN.ZEXTIICK Y, OF FUIiTOK, ICY. Capital.. S50,OOO.OCL re-electi- next! Thoso engaged iu teaching most delightful thaour sonetv are also ineligible under the law. bus enjoyed for many vcttrst ! Hoes, Charter Oak Stoves, Silver Cut Saws, Clocks, &c b'teol is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, X or money refunded. Price 25 cont par box For Sale at FORTUNE'' Drug Store c?ji: las: -- mr 3s:-aE"- I'ZWbjlJJTlOXS CAXhPjL'.. COMPOUNDED! & DisCOiiaU Paper and Loans Money, Buys on any Point in the Wishes to inform th&public generally, that and Sslte KxcJia" Sdioiu AccounU f the" he is fullv prepare Ujoo all kind of" Dul-istry- . United Stat Partirt viiMW Wther infonna people Genendl. Collecion:inil rrenipt tion, ivi!t pVa- - enjSpl "y Offii. Keaiittanee at Ctirxt UUit Hseiiange A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. vestof Ladcth Hoftp- - i 'I i 'I v-- ( i n rnv fcCSreTtf" TZr$&0Z5stFi . ihi ' 1 t II I" ' For S he via. cliil:. I!rtnlli I A GREAT CAUSE 0? BUMN KSEK m9 j.ne uatnz 'jciepnonc sas ot j Pasteur, the distinguished I want to add another word in En (3it S.onm oi' one ot Uol. lurner s most active French ppriinentcroiiUiecrins'lK,half of the Home the ladies a" a candidute for are Tltero is said to be oi.ly one !.,, ami earnest supporters m ngg:: of d58CMP L:18 :iad Congress- - ITis trying tu luuuii. j.'riuuus, tin s is qimkcrin Hon. uIIenry Rryant sas Taruor'n re-- u.;..ii w;ii " however, arc frequently "v.v.,,. i.,-.Itltll Kfc.111 It. ..1,01' a noble work, but those ladies can fusal to go into the primary elec Honors than tho.-;cnHMLnt,,onze'1 ,0 "nnounce Cant. W he linn.i .?.., not accomplish the work alone. BETS moved bj the spirit. ON DARE HORSES. A &UUv m a candidate for the office of A I.orlitrc on tho 'ntnrc. '1'ronlmeut tion is a 'barefaced' piece of bos-sis- joys. lie has discovered av is no wheel without powor asiio-cih- c There n Mil Knclirn! turr f Sfminal WtakinH, or therm of rui,on tountv al the and though he has always ItiToluntn-r- j S,rru.a!i nil - iiiJi. i! Ir .To Blackburn has promised to remedy for rabies, or the dis- that can be put in motion and June 5, 1SSI. - August election. Lu 11.M..U. Ijp..inry, NrrTou liflnlitj. blJ supported him ho would sec him ease communicated by tho kept so. But the labor and time A5YBODY TO BEIT MlGeorge lfnliui.nt-Jlarrinc grpral'v l.nnmtiuu, make some speeches in this Dis- To bito of hung before he would now sup- lnad dogs and other animals It of these two comnined with the Kpiln of jfiikman, or lncai.tity, ai l';t- l??wI?I.,,ut,,0ixe,1 t0 annonncoM. W. Ac 15t; It. iiKRTJMental anil C'lLVtUKLL, 31. V., trict this campaign, and barbecues : Warren: port him unless ho does go into it." is inoculation. Ho fonmi i.. ,.. aid of a few responsible men, not ,as a candidate fr the office of lliok." ic. frthr 11i In Wis v '." I get Hickman harbor into the river and Tho latest from the Chicago con- .Shrill of inii0 coui.iy. Election in Auare tendered in Trigg county. lmlrUi The Louisville Post joins Col. tient and repeated oxpeiimonts financially, however, but their adI.tN:tor', gust next. fr'i jfr antlicr.hi" omi tjrirn to teleOrvention f btrir.tu harbor bill 0n same luting as Xew lkt tlr mfl that the rabic virus is rnurcaijwl vice, would be needed in many grams gives no ballot, and uT Turner in denouncing the cometertMtljr rciuTrd !lhnat janpru knrgieal coffin is one of A were that balloting would WITHOUT mitteemen of the First District as in mallgni:;, when transmitted to ways. The ladies will not undertnpim, rloi or conlUI; the inventions recently recorded leans, Na.chez audSp". iwt it modeof t'iiitiK hj which every rtirr at octe catUln xiil lil iind certain other animals, take the work without six reliable not commcuco until Thursday PJoisssJgnai All tricksters, toadies, etc. They are laStnr, ik itmtttr ht Washington. LIMIT FOR iMi.nfvEMENTS. hi the patent office at night cabtlitiun . br, amy curt Limlf cfcuplr, men the equals Of Mr. Sears in and decreased in malignity when men can be found who will pledge ing or more probably this mornIt. is so arranged that any motion right I Iioih;. aiitlnuHeall;. (Friday.) Between 10 and 11 themselves, us a board of trustees, personal honor, patriotism and communicated to monkey anil BTThh Ircdirt trill yrttea boento tioawn aJ by any person accidentally nuried thtlUKuJt. E&JLB TCBXEK. moral integrity, and when ho de- on this fact he based ltia search to give advice and help shaits the o'clock last night tho Hickman Sent llaln cnttlupf, to TIE alive is registered above ground. wires ceased to work, lino down O'MNIIL, K. 23., dif.i, uudrr ml, Jnof a f..ur eut, or two aai a en rrtwft Jtj; nounces the "opponents of Col. for a safe and effective inoculating responsibility. Gentlemen, this is or something, stamp. Atblin.) TJio'crrfnce but as "loafers of tho express agent as a remedy. r$y hkichI a irood work, and now it is onlv no balloting was up to that hour HIS PROFESSIONAL TH E CU I.V KRW ELL MED1 CAL CO . TiLDEXnml Hendricks are supTho followhiirTablo gives the Turner reported. OFFERS ting several rabbits with vircB i Jeft with .yon, iu ami uroutid Ilick-takc- ii rk. X. Y. ; IV.t DHci- Box, U ported enthusiastically by Demo- stu c States in th(5 coming Presi roads" he bolittlcs himself and exTho vorv latest indicated that vicinity. to the eitiiens of Hickman und 4 1 Atiu M.. we have this Homo originally from a dead nHMl'nml, whether cites only contempf among honoraOlSceCoraer room in Laclede House. crats in every State of this Union. dential election : dog, and afterwards taken fro!in our n,iiBt or t!,y tftke 5t some-eac- h neither ISlaina or Arthur would ble men. Ts1 Why are not the Republicans enmbbit Hitcccssivclv. i""w nJwliere c1iBCU There are men who win, but some dark horse, and the Frum 1'olton Iiulrz. lu "" l KEPUBW&VX. sentiment of the convention turn3 thusiastic for their old ticket Colorado It certainly settles one point tains irus of different degreesff have tho time to devote to this ed to Sherman and Lincoln as tho 3DR. JL. A.. . .. ...22 that should have been settled iu iuteii.jilv, and v. ith thii Ueirosft work, tor with their plans it will Illinois.. t'HALsn ix Hayes and Wheeler?" great deal of time ticket. The field was decidedly Iowa ...! ihp iimikIh nf .ill cood !")iiifp;!isa lates victims bitten by living rflfc not icq-iiraPHJSICAH stronger than any candidate or SURGEON, Kansas iogs. i ic result is n coil- - ' or work- on tne part oi any one. known combination, tho pools T;ik prospective candidates for Maine .. . ., ... 6 loner time since, i.- p.. th.it Groceries; ,;.. We will gladly set before you KSXTUC1CY ...14 Turner is an old outlaw and will pletely neutralize the poison comCongress in the First district are Massachusetts selling Blaine $75, Arthur 50,the MCKJrjfo, ,...n be nothing else. His cry for years, municated from tho animal mtd their plans, and you can also see field 20C. I ASD ALSO, Judge J. Jl. Rigger, of AlcCraclccn, Michigan them,) which if carried oat wiil ... 7 as all well know, has been for pri- make victim unsusceptible to iU Minnesota 5 Republican National Con- OrPnS bis ProfosoionRl Services tc Nuts, Seinct, Lino, Hooks, and all "The amply sustain "The Home." And county; Capt. W. J. Stone, of Ly- Nebraska kiiV Hickman and vicinity. mary elections. He has condemnA JXi on Wlieclt. Now Hampshire, of l'itiiiMg Taeklo and fcitjjilicr, a a bar 4 it is for us to help them carry them vention is evidently at sea in seon, Hon. Will Reod, of Marshall, Uhto every Convention that has been MaMw Cllpprr. gain. Uroccrittf and Family Supplied gen23 ed out. I believe they expect to lecting a leader, and the majority erally. and Judge John R. Graco of Oregon it held, and uniformly demanded priMaiden now has a hog onwlicp- - raise m uicKinan ana nujoiniiig of the democrats are casting about ; 30 mary elections. This has been his Pennsylvania d r.icmmn,;ui(; Bint iu i uia cOUntieS.ftt least 81,000 as a found-Bu- t for candidates that can win: 'Any- 0. L. bo 4 cry so long that a great manv poo- - it Khode Island "jg. .,.. cui'ioaitv. , The loins . of.r&is ,.HVJII JStUUV that is all they body to beat Tilden," is tho battle . JW " eiy-- . Tin: Grccnbackers nominated W iirfionsir. ATTORNEY SjJrv..'.Z.... 1 1 .pla - havojireally concluded wituout weakened for some reaSf)U4jie&H Af LAW ran- cnoice coulu ue made s Onr loaders near telojrrapli time ami 4t Any donation afterward of coui-hXJcn. Butler, for President, and will probably get the result a primary election, and now that has been dragging its roar por- would not bo refused, but if they iOb-!i 1 Collector, Real Estate Agent. t. Gen. "West, of Jiiss., for the primary has been ordered, he tion through the suntl of tur cannot sustain by their plans, will DKMOCiATIO. The best make of th ulebrat4 ' Rutler"8 nomination Alabama denounces it as a "trick." streets. The charity of a few of bo compelled to jrivo it up as a 3JATIOKAJ. 3tMUni.ICAN CXTt.. CohimbiH HICKMAN, KY. 10 TIOX. our people were c.oiuomcu ""v a failure. They have no idea ot ox . 7 creates dissatisfaction, and many Arkansas A Turner Vnpor hny. jyj- - Will attead promptly to all Wl .., Delaware 3 wagon was mado. Ihe meeting this country to sustain prominent Grccnbackers bolt the Florida... Clcnso n lllnre of Kcllciucnt. ... 4 lrvu Tr.'ec Count) Ol.l (litanl. I uejg cntfutel him in Sauthwtstcri madi of thorn. You realize this would be tongue of this vehicle is ticket. Georgia.. Sentry &ntl Kerthwcatera Tennessee ...12 Tho rrimary has been called: a piece of board, which goes in- - a jrreat help to our town, and now KtnliThrls u. Indiana...., SpeeialftUelll&ngUtitothtn'sst!ga ...15 true a full representation of all its ju behalf of these ladies, I hope Tlio lieimblican National Kent for sale, at a bargain, at the livery tion of L&( tiues, ana tie purchase n Kentucky.. ..13 tho counties were not present, derncath the hog and betweenot So many Republican Senators Louisiana., fore-lega QOU1c Jn:ty ;ake an interest in this fastening by means ,.. 8 liaao ami Sale Stable uf to nominato candidrUes nale of Rftl Estate. .Ur- - WOrk, and we may yet see many and Representatives have been Maryland . yARIS & PARKER. ... S still a quorum was, and to all in- strap around its neck. His Mississippi 9 tents and purposes, it is a Primary od portion is placed ontho wlo?l jttj0 fatherless, motherless chil- - for President and absent this week attending the Missouri. .. 15 election, and if Col. Turner shall pnrt T of the cart, which is ho con- - (reil brought up in a home whero convened in Chicago on Tuesday, Chicago convention, that no busi New Jersov H. A. & R. T. Tyler, JLf ondurant Sf liimlly agree to go into it, ho will Rtructed as to prevent tho bog they will bo cared for aud educa- 1 and is yet in sossion. ness of importance has been tran- North Carolina...... a carry the district by the largest from rolling off his wagon. tod, so they will go forth in the routu Carolina John 1. Lynch, a colored man majority he ever carried it, but if sacted in Congress. J. cnncsscc men and l world as of Mississippi, was eleotod tempowill not Nile Wouldn't he Klittcd. Conjnjission Srjerdjaijts, MIlMMIMttt((Ml he should not, his lneudscandidate women. Respectfully, The development of so much 1 CXlSa encourage him to be a HICKMAN, KENTUCKY From tlif iir.triHU (Kjr.l Xrconl. Orphan. rary chairman over Gen. Powell !, c at all, and iu case he is, he will rottenness in so many large banks West Virginia One daj hist week n young man IUCKMAN, ST., Clayton, of Arkansas. This con-toATTE.NI) TO ALL BU3INES3 run a groat risk of being defeated. who resides in the county invited Kwthe Cotxicu. is beginning to shake public con exefto-mencreated the greatest ' 0131 entru.stoil to their care. Kp always on hand, Fr3h l.'.vr. lidence in every institution of that n young lruly of Banlstowntotuke rOIMS A ..OUT SEW 2tOA Office Millet Block. Tho Republicans must therefore Clayton being tho favorito LIME, CEMEXT, &AI.T PLABTEB Letter from Kan. Otcnr Turner. a bnjrfry ride with him. When ao8-'7- 8 kind in the East, and the late af secure thirty more electoral votes " TIiotiRlitK for ami Apmmtt. GRASS SEEDS, CLOVER. &a. of tho National Committee, but town he sovenil miles from fair of the Pcnii batik at Pittsburg to give them a majority, whilo tho "Washington, May 2S, 1SS1. 1. The law taxes prjficrty and ho was dofeated to propitiate the Will raako liberal adranec: on Cot Up to kiss her, and she re co in town shows that tho panic may travel Democrats, besides counting In Editors the StaiularJ. Corn, &t.t for 8Ic or tbiptueti. sented by slapping him ontlie side iiolls subject to and erli ritry alike.- colored voters of the South who Kugfcletto construeno nich-west. Tim blow knocked It is Gkntlemen : Yon published in ACtl.A A. ,. diana as a "sure" State, must win and liavo recently been quitting the an oxtract nffiiis lmt. nnil it foil tn tho ffromid.'tiou. It it was it is unjust, your paper of the more. Republican party in great droves. ATTORNEY AT LAW defeated. The supporters of tho Repub twenty-fou- r t 'T from the Princeton liannrr saying: wi.n,, i. ni:i.t.i to w.w it. slio should bo s vi J ilU aiiuiiivii Caldwell's Higlj SeljesL can levy DOUBTFUL STATES. ' lican candidates for President this Hon. J. Ii. Henderson, of Mis "It is said that tho mails have been whinncd iii) tho horso ami drove a - ino vjonniy uouri property tax not to exeeeii 10 souri, was chosen permanent chair ,. .. 8 burdened with letters from Trigg home without him. IIo sneaked week have each so strongly insist aiHOi Uia.iiiit.MimMiN((. HICKMAN, KY. .... n. fc' ri Connecticut . .... .. 6 county urging Col. Turner, at tl.M....l.l.Atmnli! tntt-inuiuu mill UUIlia UHlHUlwii. 'I 'Mill mi THE FIFTH VEAtt will connnenre imiuiuc ti r ii in man of tho Convention. ed that the other fellows' favorite Kevada . .. 3 Washington, fcSrCOLLECTIO.NS promptly reditu to the pri- nlin,itT n'rinnk- tlmt iiiMit recov- - produce a road fund of $3,3GG to submit w Aajf. S7IIit lS8Jf ...f-- Vww ..36 " cannot carry 2f ew York, that they Sfew York. The Chicago Convention is tho mary election" ordered by a mi- ercd his horse. He tried to kissiTVy niav maKo tno jovy auy S&AblrnctB of titles a specialty. aud continue nine mouths. have about persuaded tho whole bunt lesrf than 15 ccuts. fight of 18S0 over and over again, 4iOl(ki'tH(tlIMlllllMlaitM( OO nority of the committee for the the wrong girl. The conwe of JnJr, in Uition to ttie country that no Republican canThe c in levy a poll tax not and shows that tho terrible inter ough Primary Work," will includu lliglui Indiana should properly be 30th of August next. jxceed 2 a head. On tho badidate cau carry that State this Matheinaticx, the Natural Sciet.c,Oerniaix This statement is false and on a Tho following is a copy of tho classed a.r, doubtful State, though par year. of the nrescnt assessment this nal strife between stalwarts and and Greek, Eook Keeping. Pentnool WARfflXG! in the canvass. with those used s still exists and shapes ih'iy, Elocution and Vocal Cultutc. tho chances are decidedly in favor I have only received five letters bill passod by the last Legislature, w olid produce 3,490 road money. To AM WhowItXny Coiicfriil All InlhcSiviiio Xind Itont. rsr. y.oynt. M It compels delinquent poll tho councils of tho I'opublican of mi-- , of flio from persons in Trigg county Prou intlebtaJ to the uuJar.iienoil, Primary, Tt'ntw At this writing it is not known study Heniocrats. A moment's ing me to go into the primary urg- to prohibit tho circulation signed taxpayers to pay snmc uy woru party. In ltS0 tho fight was be $3 9 on moral literature. It was of tho political complexion r warned nj;aint paying anj nolo or Iiitcnuwiiate, '. . who will bo the Republican nomi4 99 accounts to anjrhodj. unlet accompanied tween Blaine and Grant, aud now will show that nei- the 30th of August, all saying that by the Governor, April 10, and tQ . $7W Qr hj n sworn statement as to tliMr correo-- ne Advanced, rrjy .rc tQ nee, though wo may be able to an- of tho States, was uufair, and that the Democ- will go into effect Juno 10: it it is between Blaine and Arthur, D. L. GOLDllEIU. 5? Payable monthly in Adroncv. -- g l tluy as n credit on taxes, and nounce the nominee in this issue. ther party is to have such an easy racy of Trigg county preferred the Mijr 23, 1SS4, 3t. - line if they refuse to work and with the field against tho strong15. ('.CALDWELL, 1 ANACTTOi'KOHiiTTiiECinctTL1st .Monday in August (election 2o matter with Democrats wh oth- walk over. ncciP:,i MASY CALDWEli, TION OF IMMORAL LITEKATl'K fine to be workek out. A chain-gan- g est. At this writing it looksjiko day), but that they thought I could Hickman, Ky., Augiint 3, liS3. er it is Blaine, Arthur, Logan, is authorized if doomed There Will b n Split. SEC. 1. lie it enacted Inj the ( Blaine will bo tho nominee,' or EIGKKAN easily get a large majority. They MARBLE WORE bnerman, .Lincoln, urcsnam, or Whatever difference may exist were from gentlemen who evident- crnl A.aembltt of thr. Commanw'l'h With all this, however, it failing to win for himsolf that he s difficult to boo now good work some darker dark horse, they are m tho Democratic party on tho ly had been informed that I was Kentucky, Tiiat it eliall be uuia HICKMAN, KY. all in the same bad boat, and the tariff question, there will be a uni opposed to submitting to any pri- ful for any iicraou to sell or oftei man be obtained from a majority can dictate who the nominee shall ag-JMLJlitheft" delinquents. welfare of the country demands ted front aud,j)o Democratic mary election, and who had not for sale or to print or publish, or J& .FOwsoiim uoavictpil Of " XT T . it41mmJmr1 waifcl mnof Krtfii" list? if Wf iiiLl'' ;v aw l.H, m', tibcj are comnelled to renal mill- inn it in net mitimi innti .no 11,11. 3l?t. iniliiin wI trniifTl nwl purpose TMTA .?.! lll.lll r "" 0UV nil "ninas of slapU aud (V&ey work! uc oi schiiij:. giving The Republicans'mnerstand this unfairness of a primary election :.,.! "SBU,sl mui lllIS lI,ne and time of imprisonment out j .ilu forty years ago was prac- - verv well, and. have 'fixed their on a private day when there is otherwise disponing of, or to iir- , Texas PSALSR :x ocnatorisumnuas tinnllv .1 psfrf- - find tho. Imndful of fftnnoc' accordinsrlyS The Amen- intervening a public 'election day calate, or aid in circulating in any t t bhc roads. Lst vear th s charge- - c!; m f offenders coat the county appear to hold the balance of settlers lived pretty much on game. , can, a weekly RcpuWican protect on which it could have been or- way, any paper, book or nnJ Courotiosarics. Will be ta power as between Blaino and Ar- Italian and Amsricax Marislb see his old custom, and will pleandunit Today thcro are moro than ionist organ in Piiiadelphia, ad- dered when there would be a teiisties of which is to record the iu, "2 both ic keeping and working o thur, and if they can cattle, sheep,, horses, monishes its Repnflican friends full attondnnco at tho voting pla- ommission of crimes, to display ' 0. them in price and quality. Call a&dcoe be held toMO.NUMUNTS, TOMB AND UltAVL' by cuts or illustrations crimes the roiirb is let to the lowest and swine in the State, and not to depend npoiva split in the ces. :is. "Qniok Snle? and Sn.all Trsfins. mules and gether as the programme is now 1'fn'l W undersold fjaultf the cotton crop last year was Democratic ranks oltho tariff ismany letters committed, tho actors, pictures of best bidOers, say by precincts or I have received 3T03B3.' rnctors announced, Edmunds may bo the worth more than the cotton crop sue. It refers to till enunciation not only from Trigg, but other criminals, desperadoes, fugitives road districts. The of the outiro United States in of tho Couricr-Jouraa- l of Louis- counties, urging mo to stand by from justice, and cnts or illnstra- - give bond or bonds in double man. He is said to be Arthur's Stray, 1S43. occu- tions of men and womoir in im-- 1 amount of contgMaar1:eei roods choice in the event ho can't make FjTAVlNG rosirJ n. f.ne Sot of Aaer-iCville in answer to aa inquiry' by tho position I have alw Whereas, n cvrtaiii black Steer, witfi am pre llttlUii the Nashville American, that it pied, which has boon oudorsed by proper dress, lowd and unbecom-- : at all times up towritt. u contract. it him3olf. Who will bo Blaine's pared icnu ami ortlera. Marble, 1 examine white faw, marVcd uiMlerl.it and swallow-- : to till all Call &ud The unanimity with which the would support Randall if nomina- tho Democracy at throe consecu- itir nnaitirkiia ' (r.. in on aiwl VOnAlt Tiifl F.!irfA fT fire r.tmtki. . Htl . fts vf. ork in the left nntl crop olf the right car. I " .. . . ur wrk -l....n.. is brea-h"" Democratic party, North, South, ted and the Ohio platform if adopt- tive elections, and which is fair, lnllucucrd bv liouors, drags ori piesent, but t.ieir duty only is to tnrnn'n in Orders fr&a the country promptly this day ba-- aud an unlawful animal, I !iac him atpraiseii by Alex in the preliminary stops tho see ti:Ht tno contractors keep East and West, declares its pref- ed, and would agrcrfpn a tempor- viz: That I would submit to a stimu'antb. may 20 Abu Underwood, ami this is .to up o contract. word appears to bo tho field erence for Samnel J. Tildcn is sig- ary suspension of!ho issue be- fair primary election on the 1st Sec. 2. That any person gnflty their roads notify the owner that I am going to Hell nificant of the general conviction tween protection aim revenue re- Monday in August (election day),! of a violation of this act shall be i. is the material in the coun- against IMaine, and in the olection him, ad be can gut his money any time be that the candidate who woelect-e- d form, if, in such agitation was in- when the Democrats living m the fined not less than $23 and not ty to build goot, durable rond? of temporary chairman tho comcalls for it 8. AVill not i;io $2 poll tax raise in 1S7G could bo and ought to volved the qnestioiwhcther, un- county A?ould be at the polls and moro than $200. A. X. KIXG. iVew York der our peculiar Gyfoin, tho peo- could vote without inconvenience be in 1S84. Sbc 3. That it shall be the du- a sufficient amoi nt without lery- - bined force defeated Blaine's candidate. Iftrahl. ple can or can not, if the ordinary as wen as inose m tne towns. ty of tho Judges of the Circuit ing the 15 cents 'ax. F031 SALE. Querist. having crimitnl Whoever may be the nominee, course of election jaul by civic This has always been my position Court and courts FASHIONABLE There is a necessity for a change procoss, remove a their will a the indications aro that the Ream willing to abide by" it. I jurisdiction to give this act in in the entire atmosphere surround- great political organization, long and I New York '.. In our opin- publicans will go into the Presihave never changed my position, charge to the graudjury. ing tho political and financial cenSkc. 4. This act shall take ef- ion, if the Democrats are wise in power? The Phila- because it is fair to all, but it don't acres on Dyersburg road, il xaile ters of the country. This can intrenched "would-be-bosses- '' who fect iu sixty days after its passage. enough to improve tho opportu- dential fight terribly divided, but delphia American interprets this from Hickman. Addrer.i." only be done by a change of ad- to mean a readiness to suspend snit therule by trickery and fraud. nity afforded by this business de- the extent of tho split will be want to M P. DONAIIOE. ministration and defeat of the Re- tho economic content until after Artificial babies have been in pression (of which the behavior meaaurod by tho nominees and fuThey have tried their convencare Saml. a Davis &Co,St. Louis, Mo publican party, which is the pliant the election, and a willingness to tion tricks, where a few conld con- vented abroad for tho use of la- of their Representatives in Con- ture proceedings of tho Conven- . SHOP. North West corner of Moscow tool of monopolies, and is enabled consider a change of party para- trol tho many and failed. Now dies who, when traveling, wish to gress warrants great doubt), Sen and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky., tion. Bayard would be quito as to raiso immense corruption funds mount to other questions. SttJT'Sat faction guaranteed. For Sislc. they hope to deceive tho people secure tho whole use of a compart- ator a Presidential candidate for from the stock gamblers of Wall April. MILK COWS. Apply to with a new trick by fixing a pri- ment of a railway carriage. "Com- good Dif Arfrcrttslu;? I.y? country as Mr. TILDK.V Wir.lVCCKl'TT thorn and Street, whero swindling operations J. H. SIMMONS. vate day for a primary election in- mon traveling infants, yielding in- Tilden, for the many accounts, Tho following advertisement G miles oast of Hickman, Ky. .aro being oxposod daily. on and day. termittent cries of fear, and capaIJiMlrr Uio 'IrcHmstaors. Ifo Snjk, stead of a public election .IZjiUo tilt Ciitiipai-ripocket, both for them and for the coun- was printed in the New Haven W. DIESTELBEINK Democratic hopes of snecesss !! IVwulil Kim UN Lit,.. i if Why? Because they know that ble of being put into tho not too try, a preferable one. But the "Morning News": It Cost Sfoilcc. those in the towns could and 10s.; second class, crying in November aro reviving, and tho feeling that Mr. Tilden would bo a BOY.WASTED.-G0O- D REFERENCE A Washington special to the would vote, and thousands of far- loudly, but lamentably and All persons holding claims against tho outlook at present is much better Graphic says: "Itfis now thorsteady employment. estate of Mrs. Annis L Robiinon, deceased, 20s.; third class, full safe man for business interests than a few weeks ago. When the oughly understood hero that Mr. mers in tho country would not be to "financial py- Apply to arertqueaed to file said claims, properly voting places in squallors, with a very piercing and a man not given G. D. R. HUBBARD, National Convention speaks that Tilden will accept tic Democratic at the numerous provo4 up on or before tho 30th of Juno, rotechnics" is not to be denied. Printer's "Varehouse,379 State Btreet. 1SS4, in my absence, with Mr. Geo. Helm. will sottlo all differences withiu nomination, and tvo gentlemen tho twelve counties for various distressing voice of five octaves, reasons known to all farmers. I 2; the same arranged aB a prompt Tho "Morning News" received H. C Bcck, the" party. There is no bitterness who saw him in Ncr for tho As the time approaches York report space 2 6s., do mo Guardian Mattic Robinson. between tho rival candidates for that ho told them si with a frank- do not believe you would circula- repeater, capable fifth class first meeting of the National Democrat- the following notice last night: NOtrouble to name nil articles, bat no 8t. to show goods, quality, of continued ic Convention, aud tho probabili BORN In this city, Januarr J a son andome and see, at the corner of Troy President or botwoen their friends. ness that, they did tot anticipate. an intentional wrong by there- squalling, 3. statemont. I babies can ty These Tho masses want a tickot that can One of tho Congremen who saw ting a falso and Moscow Avenue. East Hickmr, Ky increases of tho nomination of of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. R. Hubbard at any win, and aro prepared to support Mr. Tilden on Sana? last reports fore request you to publish this. not only be Ret going most livirg Mr. Tilden for the Presidency of (as indeed can Congress has gonointo the busiRespectfully, 25cts Lower tlian the Lowest exwhoever is nominated. him as saying that whilo he OSCAll TURNEK. ones,) but they can bo stopped !s tho United States, it may be ness of erecting public buildings pected that there will bo a corres at this session by wholesale. fktOCERY 1 have no clerk exptnass no store ren to avoid tho cicitemo.nt of a quickly, which the natural onfs So from tho now campaign wlriclrpicr ponding increase in tho number of far 07 hnvo been ordered, ranging and pay cash for all ray Groceries, and fears might cannot." The Fx mitt tlie Wolf. law in regard to text books in the impair ins neaitu: lie is willing to therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap fabrications concerning the State in price from $50,000 up to $2,500.-00was making a jourThe fox est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Lon of Mr. T.ldcn's health. The latest H. O. schools: comply with what appears to be ney across who country to see his and the end is not yet. Last week, when about to break roorback of this kind was to the Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the lew tho "Trustees of common schools in an almost unanimous call from his Grandmother once moro before up for the holidays, Mr. Spnrgeon JOHN WITTING. st. (DAVIS OLD STAND.) each district shall seloct a list of party, and accent a nomination. she died discovered a wolf bury dismissed his young men with a effect that ho was suddenly taken -taIll kinds of a text-book- s FORfrom those recommen- lie does not conceal his feeling ing something besido tho highway, caution. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE "Don't get courting. with to serious illness and wss country residence. his by the State Board of Educa- that a second nomination would Ho slipped into a fence cornerand That is not good for students. ken ded STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES tion, and no change shall be made bo the greatest gratification ho waited until the won naa passed Come back, as some one puts it, "Who Can Keciill n Letter. & usually kept in a s house, atbot for five years. Comity Courts could feel in his declining years, on, aud then crept forward and un- with your hearts and manners H. 0. torn prices. KENTUCKY STREET, may make an appropriation for in- and, even if tho campaign should earthed the object which proved Walk in the fields like Most persons have an idea that FXh'CY VAXD1ES, constantly on hand .for Mr digent children, supplying them cost him his life, ho could not lay to be a dead chicken. TEAS, Isaac, by all means, and meditate, any ono who sends a letter can KEEPS sale it down in a better cause." urith books. XINCE-MEAAPICKLES "Ah, ha!" chuckled Reynard, but don't lift up your oyes for Re- telegraph to tho postmaster at tho HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. "this comes from keeping one's becca. She will como goon office of delivery and have it reHaving purchased the stable, horses CRANBERRIES, HOXINY, GRITS Cnrreat Politic. Got. Palmer has had another enough." and onttro outfit of W. B. T'lutamer turned to him. Such, however, Now Hampshire Democrats are oves open as ono travels. The talking fit. He is for tho Constiwe propose to continue the business, sad hare would not have seen the wolf Does Mr. Tilden want tho nom- is not tho fact. The postmaster tution as it was, Tilden as ho is, unanimous for the old ticket. .solicit patronage- mailing is the only Inrt ihe at all, and the opossum would not ination for the Presidency? Would at the office of and the tariff as it is not The New York Star: Sugar, ColTccs, Soaps, &c It appears to have had tho natienco to wait for he accept if it were offered tohim? person who can recall a lottcr. Republican party is troubled with be generally BOOTS AND SHOES. conceded by Demo- him to move on It's a big joke These aro the two great perplex- This authority was recently given. SSTmu not bo undersold. centralization, protection is rob- crats that tho old ticket is to be on tho wolf, and hero goes for a ing questions to which the Demo- The privilege heretofore being exWill pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &o bery, and ITendricks is beneath unanimous . square meal." choice of the party. cratic party of the country is vain- ercised only by tho postmaster-generalhis notice. If the great Tilden sender Therefore, if the Tho fox devoured ins dinner ly requesting an answer at the "The health of the candidate," want3 a companion on tho ticket Tnko tho said General Spinola of Now York, with much smacking of lips, but present time. Areio York Morning of a letter desires to intercept tho Keeps in stock the very Best Material, Palmer suggests our own and onor have it returned to him, scarcely finished when terri- Journal. missive and keeps only Ihe best workman. Work ly Trumbull. Chicago Inter Ocean "is no longer in question. Tho had ho must apply to tho postmaster guaranteed. Repairing solicited C. & SI. paramount idea is to make some ble pains began to rack his frame L. R'y. At Cloverport on last Wednes- at tho office where ho mailed tho N and he fell down in tho greatest Seyenty-fiv- o members of tho restitution for the great wrong. 0X0 day afternoon, Mrs. Carrie Cooper, Missouri Press Association, many xuueu win accent when no is torment and was soon breathing a milliner, invited John Warfield letter. The SQH2&, his last. When tho wolf returned THE BARTER GROCERY- of them accompanied by their olected." on body of Reynard into her store, when she wade a Snow fell at Pittsburg Y., last and saw the dead wives, wero received in Jackson2?. tho oxo J. M. MONTGOMERY, chicken vigorous attack upon him with a Friday. At Buffalo, ville, Fla., by a committco and Daviess county has no Sheriff, and the feathers ofhothoscratched cowhide, for slanderous remarks flakes fell from 6 to 9 o'clock, A. Keeps the very best makes of Eeer, fresh MR. to his friends and the public that scattered around, driven around tho city. They went and tho authorities have been d and cool, anil polite and attentive clerks to bo has opened a now and fresh supply of In somo parts of Pennsylva31. tho young man had made-abou- t to tho bar, Mayport and Fort by Auditor Hewitt that un- his car and wrote in his diary: nil kinds of Family Groceries, which bo serre customers. nia ice formedaquai'tcr of an inch her. Served him right. "Moral: Canio to his death by f Georgo Islands, and at night a re- less some citizen of the county is will soil ns low as the lowest. He is reapotatoes, cabbage, &c, Call on nearest Ticket Agent, thick and dy al all times to exchange Groceries at ception was given by the. Jackson- qualified to collect tho taxes, he being too smart." A number of monster icebergs were badly frozen. Sml fix Or Address fur liwtase. au'l.' cash prices for Butler, Bgg Chickens, or ville Club. They will visit St. have mado their appearance off will be compelled to appoint some A. Y. SIOVPM.N Jin:, n any kind of marketing that the farming ..,i t Sikh costly A New York firm has orders for Palatka, Sanford, Tampa, outsider to go 'there ami collect A Washington City broker con tim onnRT. ni jiuwrniifiiniiii Pass. Agl., D.i!!n, Tex., or winch will In'!' a". m cither. friends uiny bring in. The highest mur ytBliiK rlw1 W1. 10 mnrv njiiry rilit avrny th1!1 w. a.. iA;vn.!:y. Hiid perhaps Pensacola, and va-- j the taxes, whicjLcollcetion, in such eluded to not wait for the next some of them aro estimuted' be nn million torch handles, for tho mM. Kortunnt In thT ket pi ice alwuys paid. Iti wor!r atwo n. P. & T. A., Nishvilk', Tenu. . An5.jt - from seven to nine miles in length use of night political processions lutcrsait. Atonie iMirvlr.R J. M. MONTGOMERY & BHO. rious points will extend hospitali- case, will no djjfuht be made in a paniie, and has departed with S200Main FtUTZ. HE LLNLR, T. Ag., Hickman. widc4 tho '..pproaeliiUjj canvass. a .untoi nT n :i in ami ? summary niauir. 000 of other pcopiv's money. ties to the party. From THE HICKHAH COXTRIBR. frllow-meniber- B(SpM! WAsmN-aTO?JQT- Tito Congressional t'linvuss. IriucetouIUiBr. A fit re for L VI- - U.1I in i i i ii iiiii XI rii-nnilnl- .. '""'IC, To the I'ltlct'iK of lllrkiuiiii unit iiiiiiuiiiuinilliilfffwlfcWriM im i jr. , CHICAGO. s, mm u Jor right. 1 I ...,. .. J ?ur) HO RESULT! KF' it c ESllS 1 . . torM-r'-tiowi- -- c, , I'lit-Ic- al au-lt- ir I ciam-.iic- n "lire-pavin- g' lv-b'.- Cards. prl-tutt- ljr N-- w - a ..... ! Ost-ai'i1- m FJRIS. F. CASE, 7 Family M 11-Urr- r. " that-m-ajW- vv '.;.. SANDLE the-neop- le. o Kta-tion- FOB SALE. 1 Vice-Presiden- to-da- y. a two-whe- el Knlf-Kri-rd- 1 SfflL Con-vontio- s, Yice-Paosidcn- . t, Brcwry !, self-sustainin- g Attorneys at 2a.rc, st 1 1 t, BUR-PLIE- S, 0. Wilsoa 2-it- h il-- al A . V k a i w- JJnI;t, half-breed- .... nec-esar- y. " -- I .w--i- 7 mm ... 'sum' a J. W. ROGERS, . i - A"1"8oi GEOCSEIES, 10,-000,0- 00 i j ....... X i - y, 1 15rig-jsncea- rid i ro-elcct- BoosTHor?iiMiiiE. M 20 insup-portabl- y, Family Groceries. mo-me- nt Groceries. do-sir- es TuK-foIlowing-- ia MAJILY 0, JUDGE, un-crack- Titues-temocra- t. NASHVILLE, first-clas- Faris Parker, Chattanooga j&tlanta, Florida 3c::fc T, SOUTH lAlfl E. GLAZIEE. TIVOLT HALL. Prop'r. FAVORITE! Jos. no-tille- An-.gustin- c, A PRIZE. ! ct-a- l"-ci- . ! i&--y l -- r i.