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ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS- ,, aEORQE WARREN. Editor. 1?lii Oldest JNTovsiapeuAVetiiiKiitiiclcv. 13, 1SS4. A Marvelous Xachine. pack-BgeTo- t. USTVIT.A.TXOJSXS. Price of Subseriptiorij $2. PESSIMISM. ESTABLISHED . 1S59. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JUNE How to Handle Bees. THE DAIRY. VOL. XIXV--NO- . 37, . OJkXiIj AXtTX ETC.. ETO, SBB T7JS- ; , Bl TS&'fih - ill thou weonost: Softly feathered is thy nest; When thou wake-- t. when thou sloupest Thou art fortuned with thu best,, tlut thy B.sters and thy brothers Pierced with many at woeful smart, Hylnpr children, wailing- mothers; Fret thy nerve, and stub thy hear. In tho country, tit the city. Godless deeds, a loveless list Stir thy blood and move thy pity, . And thou art a PnrimM. Storms and wars and tribulations, levered passions" reinless tide. With insane hallucinations Mingled travel far and wide. Ciin there be an Eye InspectingThings so tumbling- in WitJi a cool control .iirectJnjr Such a hotbed, such a heilr Kny, wect maid, JjuUhlul. mortfctlo cjsti0e.3aii 'WT5J'm"lw'u"1 most - j - -- "& & tofrie cross usholjr is bad: ' nrthinc-That the 'Tis a trick of melaucholv. Tainting life with death's alloy: Or in wisdom, or In folly. Nature still delights iu Joj. Boat thou hear of starving- srunors? Nine nnd ten or ninety-nine- , Jlany thousands eat rood dinner,' . Many hundreds quaff good wine-Ha- st , thou K'cn a score of cripples? "Equal legs arc not uncommon; you know ono fool that tipples. Jf Thousands drink not man and woman; Tell me. if you know, how many 3Iurders happen in tho town? Ono ayear.porhapMf any: Should that weigh your heart quito down? No doubt, if you reatl the papers. You will And a strange hotch-potcItoting- dreams, delirious. caporf, Many a blunder, blot and blotch; Bags of windy speculation. Babblement ot small and grout. Cheating, swindling, peculation. Squabblement or Church and Statu: Miners blown up humbugs shown up. Beaten wives, insulted brido Having preacher, witless teachors. Lunatics and suicides. Drains and cesspools, falntings. fevers, l'olsonod cats and stolen collies, Simple v omen, gay deceivers. Every sort and size of follies. Wandering M. P.'s brnlnles Imbble, Deputations, iru'etintr, dinnoes, Itiots'ot the lawless rabble. . rurjilc sins of West Knd sinners: "Driving, dicing, drinking, dnnclng, i?nirit-rnrpinghostly stuff, Hubble schemes-- , and delt nnuncln. When the shares are blown enough. All this is true; hen men cut enpers Tliat make the people tHlk or stury. when ymi ope tho iiungrs.. You're sure to find your untie thoro. Jltityounnd I. and nil our uoighlKirs, Meanwhile in pure and peaceful ways, With link on link ot fruitful labors. Draw out our chain of happy days. Seo things as they arc; be sober: Balance well life' los and gain: If y be chill October, Summer suns will come again. Arc bleak winds for ever tlghlne? , Do dark cloml- - for ever lower? Arc your frionds all dead and dying? . All jour sweetness turned to sour? tJreat men no doubt inn e sometimes Email ways. But a nore i not an ass. i nut always And a black-snak- e Lurking in the soft groan grafts. Don't U? hasty, gentle lady: In this whirl of diverse things Keen your footing, and with Moody Poise control your equal wings. All things can't to all be ptoasnnt, 1 love bitter, you loe weot; Some faint when a cat is proont. Bats find lmbifS' cheeks a treat. tiny If allall things were tall things If petty things wero grand, . Where, would grcutm-s- s bo. when all things On ono common level stand? Do you think the winged breozes Fraught with healthy ventilation. When n tender infant sneowss Should retreat with trepidation? When dry Earth to Heaven is catting Fxirsoftjninand irethonlBsrdow, Shall tho rain refrain from falling Lest my lady wet shoe Fools still rush to rush conclusions. And minion man Talks of troubles and confusions. When be sees not half the plan. Fparc to blame and to cavil, with hort leave dimiss your pain. no fretful fnncies revel 3et In the sanctum of your bruin. TTso no mnpnlf j ng plas'e To change molehills into mountains. Nor on every hill that passes , jPour hot tears from bitter fountains. Trust in Go-- i and know your duty. Some good things are in your powor; Every day Arill bring its booty From the iatior of the , t Never ynick what folos hour. aro prating, vtk Jinn whii, iec sorrow tie: uu, linvuuuilU Klin llBUng, Jts r uucinc bays anu so av I. BlackwtOd's 3Iairlnc- pell-mell, imh'-iwh to-da- mav bo a little slow in comino-- The mills of the gods grind .slowly, o docs Ta life worth living? Well, to toll you true. a 'Rand-orga- n on the "Last Rose .of It scarcely is, it all mon wero like you." Summer" stop, mtt it always gets there, Tlrinht-fnceAnd don't pay more for the reward than maiden, maiden, What is tliis that I roust hear? tne reward is worth. A man who lives Is thy heart with borrow laden, on twenty-nin- e cents a day will be apt Js thino eyo dimmed with a tear? Can it be that lips so sweetly to uie weaitny, but lie won t dja very Hounded to be kindly kissed, fat- - It is the" liberal soul that shall b) Cr.old bo twisted indiscreetly made fat To that vile word I't&fmMt d brlRht-souled i Kot for thine own AND HAVE ONE TO MIND. ,' . , V Again, my hearers, you will ohsetvo that, tho exaltation is promised the man who is diligent iu business." Then man or woman who labors diligently for years, until the ability to" write forty'four chapters of the Bible on a postal card does not stand before Kings because that sort of a thing isn't business. The man who spends all his Ijfo trying to invent a perpetual motfri machine has nothing to do with busi ness, iho "inventor, so to sneak. 01 the Keelev motor will not stand, before Kings.;, hewill not even stqnclLbfJtgiyjJiJLngasJf.uiti, money on every ucai. no prooaoiy inis;oK,n'stocKlHjUtorsT'fnlthoHwiri. button-holeevery stranger ho came have often tried to cet behind bini Tho man who is diligent iu construc- to their village and showed him the ting one hundred and nine sentences goings on. and said that ho could do and three hundred nnd fourteen words just as w ell as thtese other fellows, and out of "Constantinople" will not stand double his capital even more easily, anywhere save at tho head of the but he was too modest or to houost or spelling class, and even there he s i too proud, or something of that sort. danger of denunciation and 9v?'lroJV The fact is, he was too lazy. Ho had by the "speling relrm acociachin." the capital, he had the business laid out The man who diligently educates his forliiiu, but he wasn't "diligent." So feet until he can wait an hour and when he essayed to sttind boforo the seventy-eigminutes withoutstopping, King, the King kicked him. It is ono does not Mand before King, because thing to rcn in front of tho King, my "as snow in summer, and as rainin har- son, it is another thing to "stand" bevest, so honor is not seemly foW'unan fore him. who wears his brains in'ltis shoes? KINGS AND KINGS. "He shall stand before Kings." My THE SECRET OF Sl'CCIS.. dear, young brother, that Is all woll It seams to me, beloved, that the of the dilligeut people whostand enough, if, when you shape your before Kings of various dcgree(u iu a plans to the attainment of that moasure due to their successful dili- honor, you are careful in the selection gence, and furthermore, this successful of your Kings. Is there a young man diligence indicates the existence of cer-- within the sound of my "voice this minlitw'. im . ..... in sin'ift?li Tit IP. morning who would be proud to siand i there are ( aptains who erVcpm through before King Kamknita? There are Af- the cabin windows and there nre icn- - rican monarch, my hearers, Kings "by orals unlit to bo b'ergeants, but these the grace of (Jotl' as much a. any who wear no clothes anil pampered pets of unjut favoritism do King not "stand" before Kings; they bow eat their missionaries rare. Is it a .11111 UV1UIC U1VI11. Kill Wl"." one coveted honor lo stand before tlio-- e is'successful in spite of ad vor?e criticism Kings? There are King of Wall Street, and sharp competition, I am inclined to aud if yon stand before them loner think there must be sonic reason for enough the will skin you alive. There his success. You ask me, for instance, is a King ovor in Russia, and if you what is the secret of Mrs. Langlrv's should o;"er to sttind before him, he success? Well, I think it is hor success, i would have vou eizcd and searched for But you say "There are twenty jruls m a glass bomb. There is a King in Bur-Brooklyn more beautiful than' she. I niah who kills all his relations in order don't doubt it. I think there arc twenty-on- to avoid family quarrols. There are Ami "they arc more giftcd.'and Kings that arc higher than Agag and blessed with better education?" Yes, I, there are Kings not fit for door mats in know that. "And their social position respectable hou-eNow, to some peoI should say so4 my ple a King is a King, but ou want to be is higher?" brother. "And they have greater his- a little particular about "your royalty, trionic talent?" Indeed they have: I my son, or the publisher ill get awn agree with you. "They can act all with every dollar of it. In tho light of around her?" Of course, they can. this Chri-tia- n day and generation Heury "And thov ought to have her place on VIII. is to you a figure no grander thau the, American stage?" Well, then, why Brigham Young; not so grand, indeed, don't they have it? for Brigham excelled the English King in his own specialty and left a widow is success. Verity, beloved, when people talk like that occupied every room in the Old that, and often they do, 1 begin to be- Ladies' Homo. And then we were all lieve that none but unsuccessful peo- young ourselves; some of us more so ple succeed in this country. As I than others. So, beloved, if the Kings before whom wander up and down the land I find I other iw?f.nlc delighted lowland ploaso, about all tho real talent andsmtpi'tn jOUnot, yolt have? noren.sonttoVcenv1i aOflnt,. m lllio T,nf.lr w..m;, ..w w..ws cnttc i Be crumbs that fall irom the groaning ous of tho e ou may standpeople mon-arehr tables of successful pretenders, while diligent that and greater. beiorc who the sad, voiceless spirit of justice sits on arc mightier because they Kings born the front fen and broods with a ten- untoonly Kings they never were won. and a throne der mystery over tb devious ways of couldn't man and e uncertain favors of lickle whom help it, and the Kings before you stand will be honored by fortuno,jnd pitiless fate. your service. L'NSEKN blushes. The this morning will bo Sirccty a village do 1 enter but the devoted collectionservants with live and to the vpagers proudly point out for my .ten they want, a oiinn- man who is fnnnipr" Ibut talents. Thev have ail have de the trustees ami deacons (hat ever Mark Twain dared to be. cided that they ought to have more. If :Many 01 lwain s best jokes, indeed, hihc 1InprofUnblc orvant doesn't nut J J Ot.ls JV, UUVllIf 4AVS1U anvthiug-i"VJ the hat, take his watch. Why, he keeps Robert J. Jiurdette, in Brooklyn Eugte. yning "runniboy. the ilebating society in a roar of laughter all the tune he is on his feet. He is The Song of a Wood Thrush. called "The Artcmus Ward of Gullivan A BUSINESS SF.R3IJ (.. I ountv." and the Northwestern liuni- - Tho song of this bird defies descrip"Sccst thou a man diligent irhU business? blejuhn has predicted for hima future tion, though it has inspired both exho shall tnd before kings; h'shal! not stand equal to none. I have been introduced before mean men." I'rorertrTXii: :s-- ' in nearlievery State in the Union, and travagant and poetical attempts in the Sry hearers, if anj yung man in this usually, too, in the smaller towns, some most prosaic of writers. When heard distance, it sounds very deliber congregation, thinku" thht by taking distance from any railroad, to ministers rfrom asuccus-Niuiui iieiiii'iicu juissajju, thought and'gettirg P oarty in the of the- gospel who could .preach the ate; :i morning, ami goj'J? to bed with Hie boots oiTMr. Beecher; who were more with frequent pauses, ouding in a thrill, fowls otthc hen)ry and working Iiard original, more eloquent, possessing a sometimes easily distinguished as such, all day, he has ?dead sure thing on the keener., faculty of observation and a but often so rapid y dolivored that it rewith a Presidency, hris counting without the happier vein of humor and more fertile sembles the syllable "ehe Chicago Cpivention. The text does and felicitous 'iu illustration. And they peculiar and "indescribable thrill in it. not meanhat. The young man, by resembled Mr. Beecher, too. their If you are near, hfiwever, you will find giving UUigenl heed unto his ways and friends told me. And so they did. I the pauses tilled with low notes, having, kccpinglus hands clean, by always could see that for myself. They wore apparently, no connection with the earning his breakfast before he eats it, toft felt hats and long hair. And in song. One can not but fancy thorn to and wearing old clothes until he can some instances I learned, that Mr. be irrepressible words of endearment, pay'for new ones, and loving his neigh- Beecher resembled and copied the vil ineffably sweet and tendor, and wonderbor us his neighbor loves himself, 'and lage pastor. I have met roauy, very fully 'enhancing the charm of the never "running for a train or jumping many eloquent lecturers, without audi- He is not hary of his gift. He sings may indeed never be for icesj vvhoccaud teach John It. (jough President. Better than that, he mav the rudiments of temperance lecturing, at all hours of the day, excepting in never want to be President He may and there the' were, pegging away at ithoheatof noon? but he scorns most never be worth 'a million dollars, but everybody's shoes or selling dry goods, keenly lo enjoy the fading light of he may be rich in the measureless groceries and hardware' in a .country afternoon and "the evening, till long wealth of contentment with a thousand store, while Uough, tho shallow pre after dark. Not a little of the mystery a year. He may not reach the soaring tender, usurped their rightful places. and melancholy that poetical minds flight: of the eagle that fans tho sun on the rostrum. People have shown! find in his music is due to the thoughtwith its broad and sweeping wing, but me women who could sing more divine ful twilight hours in which it is heard. he may keep his ward stirred up to a ly than Pa'tti. and I know plenty of men It is in itself far from sadness. Indeed, f there can be no more, perfect picture of state of thrilling activity on the plane who can walk right away from deep joy than this beautiful bird, standof the tuneful hornet He may not go erald. ing tranquilly on his branch, while to Congress, he may not even attain 'ABUNDANT, BUT HARD TO FISD. giving slow utterance to notes that unto the glory of the Legislature, but ifjicbe d.ligeut in his business he may Now, I believe in hidden pearls. I thrill your soul. .hayiiQ, doubtthe deep, unfathomed The weather ,i a matter of no mosometimes sit at the table with kings ay, in the happier moments, with aces. caves of .oceantare so full of them that ment to the wood thrtih; he has a soul thirfect stick out of the- dormer win above externals. Other birds may be Yorif own mijfEis. "Diligent in his business!" It is the dows. 1 tninK some ot them are rarer full of song, or mopiug on their perches; man who is diligent in his own business andjdiner, and purer .than any thatjiavc be it wet or dry, sunshine or shade, he . to whom this exalted position is prom- graced the' diadem of an Kmpiyss up sings, and sings, "Howsoe'er the world goes ill. ised.' There are people, dearly be- to the date of this, writing. Down iu The thrushes still sing In it." the gloomy caverns of the earth, there loved, who arc diligent in The strongest attraction of a certain else business, and have' therefore no are diamonds, 1 firmly believS, that siiuimer home in the heart of the Alletime to attend to their own. They do J would make th.e .KphinoorthidejHts-jdi-mihisbeUneaawllell itscltfopa pebble. gheny- Mountains is Hie song of this not stanu oeiore Kings: they more fre- But, e bird." Around the house feathered visitdearly beloved, we don't quently stand before the .police judge. they" are. If we did, we' would ors are always numerous, but no wood Their diligence is not commendable. A workman is known by his chips; so, dive and dig for them; we would Win"-the- thrush is ever seen. .Late in the afterout. and by thenvgain wealth antl noon, however, ' when other songsters alas, is the faro banker. LVyou bo trv tl,A vtisvl. .. in your own business and ber" eon-te- glorv aud the envy of our neif hhnrs ...s. cftttlinff tltnmenl n the meantime, as we can't ret down and. save the robin chatter, no sound with its rewards. You may not walk so many miles in six days as Fit . to the unseen pearls and they can't get of. bird is heard, out of the deep woods geraiu, out you can sleep a great deal ' up to us, wc must accept .the stars we which surrounds the small clearing mv uestui xneir several Kinds, comes me stirring evening nynin 01 tne more in that time; and if you do not !,, w get so much money for it. neither tin t n doubtedly there may be preachers thrush. It begins with a clear, far-of-f ;ur. .Beecher. prelude ot tnree notes on an ascending you get so many blisters. On vour little inoni er,lucni unary at me suspenacr counter, vou w.,,w.r .vi- iiiiuiai null linrnAct- sciin:; uicu v uduuuuvw ivsi. luiiuni-notes, and can not clean up $300,000 on Wall Street than Mr. Gough, "funnier" humorists by three other this week. But. then, neither can you there mav be than Mr- - Clemens. But ' ending in a rapturous trill. After a de-- I do not know where they are. Thev corous pause another takes up the be cleaned out of $100,000 next week. You may not bo able to set the fashions do not preach, neither do'they lecture", strain. There- - is no haste, no inter-no- r yet do they write books. Conse-- ' ruption, never a clamor of song. Each in male attire, bnj you can fill your mhiI with nameless "joy and an exalt- qucntlv, J have no clue by whickfJiBay one enjoys his full .length of time, and ation of celestial birth", and climb to find tjbem. Aid what shall it'protitfan ' though there may be a dozen singers th top of high Olympus, and lean back eloquent man if he have a, lecture as within hearing, there is no confusion, and pile your feet on the sofa and make long as a whistle and have no audipnpi.a .ach rich solo is a complete whole. ., thp imnmrtol voursclf "."" shalLthe uyut ainc Ji Jie can find perfect as a pearl. To sit on a balcony by paving your 3andladv every .Satnrl -i no publisher to .string his veiceful lv re ot mat nousu uitoupi mu "jug, irau .T. .J nay ana Keeping even with your tailor. with golden cords? Why .1.. not rti., null hours of approaching night, listen : " ?" : to You may never be the Washington cor- - oiusning nowers cease : waste th; ing tQ the grand, and lofty symphony, and brin? their is a respondent of a society miner, but then sweetness on the experience; wares to a buoyant market? Is hnnt liftinjr the soul above the earth into vour Iiair won't turn white in thano-,,-. nized efibrt to explain wlmt it is abouta bcc.ase they lack the "diligence" legions of poetry and dreams. Olive senator's wife, who has red hair, j .hlch cnao)eth men to stand before Tnornc Mitller. in Atlantic Monthly. freckles, no upper teeth, a hair wart on ' xin's n IS noUh.e diligencjust as " her nose, and a twang in her shrill essenUal as the talent?; i j Emraa Foss, eleven years old.saved ' voice, that "makes her so be- the'bukied taIent." her father's house in Temple, Me., from Witchingly beautiful and univer-0, dearlv beloved, the talent that w fire re en tly by tearing, the shingles otl iwlty admired." Ju?t be diligent in hid in a napkin,-buriein the earth is with her bands.' Both hands were your own business, and wait in patience ' ever a curse to the man to whose stew blistered, but tho fame.; wero checked for the reward of vour dilfaencp- - It ardshin it has been committed. If v'h ' tiutil help could be obtained. . have nothinp;, nortiinir will be expected of you; but if you dig in the ground and bury the tslent that is given you, that you'raay not be bothered witlTthe earo of it, unprofitable and lazy servant that you are, you shall be cast upon the curb- stone where there is weeping aud wall- jng. Aim the lively fellows, who have gone on the street jingling their talents anil taking lijers with the boys, will laugh you to scorn and mock at vour shornness, while they divide your talent among themselves. And the fellow who hid his talent, my son. did just what all other lazy men "do. He kicked. Ho complained of his master, who gave him a start and set him up on the street. He said he was a hard man, on the cent perda lay, that neer laid a dollar down unless he could pick up two, while the lazy man was too honest to touch any business of that kind, aud doubtless he talked the same way about his fellow servants who wero makinr aadijust-doublingriheir d The." Battles or Bnslness. r SCHOOL AND CHURCH. ht mic-cc- ss am-'litio- us 1 -- - . to-da- y, . ; I J e. s. j. 'iajf TJL-ir,,- v -- ".i mi.-guid- ed ns fir - in'i i.-vin- n - i " por-formau- -- and-sings- even-body'- s -- know-wher- dili-.ge- nt nt w ', a-- - l"n u and-difl'erc- , ' past-wit- h i" de-e- rt '- , ! ! Some people get into a fury of genuine stone crock with ita Were the four Prcsbvterian deThe exciteMCBt in Wall Street, which "Come with me and I will show you whonever they see a bee or Sla4!ng ot glass makes a perfect culminatediQ tho recent panic, has to nominations iu tho Unitetf States to. the greatest curiosity about this show acar its hum, though it be only intent butter, but the common clay a distant oatlooker all the features of consolidate the membership of tho dii gathering a little honey from the C05K with its salt wash, or vitreous something that beatsthe sacred elephant and the ethnological congress all hol- some desparatplv fought battle. Thero church would bo 02G.905, with 8, til walSjlaze, is often a delusion in nearest flower. They shout and The Interior. bulletins of tho ministers. low," said one of the managers of, the come tirthd-hurrielop about them with hands or handkercircus yesterday afternoon as he met a latest fsiisre, then short dispatches livProfessor Young, the Princeton as-- $V Georgia chiefs, as if they were being attacked dairyman figures out tho by an enemy, buch aro just the people cost of good butter in that State at 12J Record- reportc'r who was wandering ing fulleielaife.and lastly the graphic tronomer, tells the Evangelist there is with all the particulars no scientific foundation for the belief who generally get stung. Let the bee cents a pound, where good pasturing about tho tents in search of a novel account 'w it hurrying messenger boys, that the "Star of Bethlehem" will reitem. He then led the way under the completer, alone, evou though it is buzzing close cauj bo had on easy terms for ten to your face. In all likelihood it is months in the year, and tho butter sells canvas of the museum tent and across tho bag?WfSCcurities transported here turn in 18S7. ho pleadings for assistan open space to-- small tent which was or Henry Ward Deechcr, whopeaks only animated by curiosity. Make a 3 n Poun0--"lL situated iu a corner of the circus ance, tHMPerato clinging to floating by the card, says: "It does not do to atfuss about it, strike it, or get it en-rof. Arnold says that by straws, 'asfhoa the final crash "per tribute too many virtues to church tangled in your clothes or hair, and falltflceding he once brought persistent grounds, and which was gnarded the milk stretched around at a dijtanee of haps no4JtiCipated in thr. outsido members. Because a man lives in a blame yourself if you feel its javelin. of two common cows to When engaged in collecting honey richness that 200 pounds such a state of about ton yards. Signaling that it was world us; (.the concern careens and linn house it docs not follow that tho 1 know of their milk all rights tho circus man lifted up tho falls. Vi. well enough that fellow is fine himself." Chicago Jour-- ; or pollen irom the .lowers, no amount made fifteen pounds d 'hnJ.r3, of W.ilTs,nt: nal. of teasing will cause it to sting unless butter, using twelve eleven ounces of flap of tho tent for the reporter to enter tho "bul and njj5t contending armies, compose and quickly followed him inside. you hurt or entangle it. Even when a pouiWs of milk A novel planvforjraising money for one. of butter. "This," ho said, "is where, a", the largely, nw M Wedi .whothnr volitntarv swarm fills the air you may safely walk adopted in a Presbvtorian ."Sun- dairyman feeds greon circus lomomido is made1.4' and." or not. great commanders, 'lay'qlutoLJii Gcntse .Coujl'-iSnw- ji about in the midst of it, only let your tenJlinois .g anuing;at savpttilijifByduyiilwSi 5fjghtiug:igjjpi(55Jy "York; Each 'member or tho school is motions bo slow and deliberate. Should, cowisjfler whan cows begin to few moment?you will see it done." tpoint, out at times iiKe mese wo real- required on the Sunday next following dn"your" hands or face, jjCnnuvt; in winter in he feeds ground In tho center of the tent stood a large ize it as we canntt ordinarily. Then it his or her birthday to place in tho connever mind, they will soon ily again; com, oats and bran equal parts with Ho thinks Hungarian box, and on one side two huge barrel-shape- d may seem but a nJmic battle; now it is tribution box one cent aro only resting. In such a case Hungarian. they for every year of tanks. Each with a spigot was seen to be a struggVj of life and death. go slowly aside, and give yourself a superior to timothy, and that potatoes, etc., aro not suitable to pro- placed on strong rests somewhat similar We arc told that a, trading age is an age rolled up. Buffalo Express. gentle shako or two, but refrain from turnips, Mgr. Capel preached recently on to a Iu a short time three ignoble age, that greed for brushing or beating at tho bees. Avoid, duce good butter. "What is Man without Religion?" at According to a German authority men entered and one of them prot reded and money's power is'not to b. comhowever, standing in tho lino of the St. Agnes' Church, New Y'ork, to an flight of bees going from or returning thort aro 1 M varieties of cheese, more to unlock tho box. thp .sides of whkhat pared as a general motive forc6wilh immense audience. "A man without those which have actuatod our attest or less distinct in their character, made once fell apart, disclosing n very to their hives. At such times they havo religion," said thoMonsignor, "creates ami solid looking engine, the steam tors, that bloody wars result in goon such an impetus that before they are in Eirope, whilo we aro quite certain home" to us the meanness f tho devil of selfishness, sacrifices all there is but one kind made in this coun- for which was conducted through a pipe aware of y our presence they get entacred thoughts, throws aside his most tangled iu your hair, and are" apt to re- try, though the share is sometimes leading to one of the boilers in the mere wealth. But great battles ar sacred relations to his fellow beings varied- - Ls there not vast room lor imcooking lent, while the other two won more often by strategy aud skill of So much for sent your obtrusiveuess. brought a large tub, which they laid on plan than by bnitc strength, so with and lives apart1'.from truth, more.v and ono's passive behavior. Let us now provement iu this respect? Tribune. A Wostern farmer says a common It is not a justice." Ar. the "round and nearly filled with fil- the battles of busine-s- . suppose ourselves engaged in necessary The most ardent champions of the" misUko is turning cows into a paaturo tered water drawn from ono of tho tanks. greed, a love of money in itself, that so action. First let us luaiu these princir was then at- absorbs all pasions and makes so many supremacy of Latin in our educational in the early spring, before there is a A steol ples: pross forward in thy systfem are those who have profited tho suffiaont quantity of grass. In their tached to two iron arms of the engine, men of I- - Bees never attack when their worn-ou- t dilapidated struggle of accumulation, long after least by it. It is singular, but it is true; and stomachs are filled with honey or other scarci for hotter cropping they pack and a very when a man has routined two or liquid sweet. This is their normal con- the soil and destroy much grass. After looking half of a lomon placed in it, the. all things necessary or desirable aro three stray lines of Horaceonly the reas therols a supply of grass caro must bo squeezer being then lowered into the obtained in surfeit. It is tho excitedition when swarming, and therefore hours of they nre then harmless, as also when taken to allow only a limited rango tub. Steam was turned oi and the ment of the battles of business, tho sult ofho. is most apt to become hard pasqueezer began its work, tn lemon skill and wariness, the cool planning work, at firs. returning laden to their hivos. thetic, or even furious if any one dares The practice is becoming quite emitting the most harrowing moans of and swift execution that are necessary 2. Neither do tlioy attack when thoroughly frightened. We frighten popular with dairymen after the butter- agony from under thu water as the pres- for success the very same things un- to question the usefulness of that labor. C. Pr terpen, in Sranrimavia. bees by blowiug smoke among thorn, or milk drawn from the churn and the sure 'jecHine more and more severe. der another name and of a higher orA laughable incidunt occurred at granuar butter well washed out, to Gradually those doleful tound.i ceased der which led the men of another day by rapping rather violently on their to choose the profession of arms. This ono of the school districts in Londonlife full amount of salt in, and thou and the liquid assumed an nuiber-lik- e put lnvos. derry. N--. II.. at its recent school. meet3. When bees are alarmed in a hive with noderate working leave the butter hue. whilo a faint odor of lemons fillet I is true, more or les, of all business enterprises, but especially of any business ing. Two of the prominent candidates withoit the usual second working. Wo the air of. the lent. by smoke or concussion, their first im"That'll do: take it out," said the that is largely speculation and easily for the prudential committee wore a pulse is to fill their honey-bugfrom wouldjSUeipect this to leave a certain husband and his wife. Some of tho of marbled appearance to tho engineer, shutting o!f steam. And the crosses the Tine of gambling. amouit tlteir combs. dripping s pieezer was withdrawn from 1. Bees in a hive that is constantly butteC which is always highly But as in war, so in speculative busi- votors voted for the wife, supposing The Dairyman. the tub, the unhappy half lemon being ness. The Generals may suffer defoat, they wore otingfor the husband, not being rapped against will in a few min(Tiristian name- When IJon't turn the cows out during tho carefully dried iu a clean cloth and but they generally have new chances to obserring the utes rush bodily out from among their placed fn a small iron safe which v? fight new battles. The common soldiers tbe vote was declared it was much to combs into an empty skep or box tet nighttoo early iu the reason. The over them. a well brod cow is a pretty then locKcd. The liquid in the tub wa fall in tho fight, or are carried off to the chagrin of somo of those who voted as above stated. The wife came Suppose now wo wish to get all the safe slide, and so we allow her to go then stirred vigorously with an hermet linger in hospitals and disappear, noically-seale- d glass bulb being filled with body can tell where or how. The fates out victorious bv six majority and has bees out of common straw hive. We into no stable nights as she wishes to provide the needful empty skep and do gol It is a singular but suggestive tho best white sugar. The man w he allotted in business are very similar. accepted the position and qualified. teacher lonr wood or iron pins, tix or seven fact that a great many cows know .stirred the mixture stopped at intrval The" groat operators' ofton manage to She has already hired the World. for inches long, a roll of burning rags, vastly more than their owners, and to taste it, and, after about hve minutes gather together again the broken rem- tlie summer term. Iiotton A singular fact in connection with we possess a modern bel- would prove much more profitable if work, ceased his labor, ami remarking, nants of tlioir fortunes, and appear once "there, I guess it's weet enough; let s more on Uiaeccne perhaps to make the tho history of the First Baptist Church lows, smoker or tobacco pipe, ami a they Jould have an oren chauco. get it out. Bill." with the help of his world marrol at their victories. Tho of Groton is that for 137 of tho yuars of stool or empty pail, on which to I'rairk Farmer. . losses fall principally on the rank and its existence tho pastor has been one of the hive while Operating. We now when a cow learns the trick of companion carried the tub way. "This machine is the only one in the file, the people of small means who the Wightman family. Rev. Valentino the hive. Mow three or four sucking herself sho is rarely cured. whiffs of smoko into the entrance to The habit may be prevented by putting world," said the engineer proudly, a: cannot content with slow and sure Wightraan was its first pastor, serving drive iu any loiterers, gently raiso the a girdle about the cow and a lialter on he putted the engine in a loving way, . gains and the accumulations ot salely forty-twyears, ending 1747, when ho otlge from the floor board, and repeat her haul and fitting a wooden rod from "and it's secret couldn't be bought for invested savings, they turnish, in d ed. He was succeeded by his son. tho smoking. 'Without the least jar, a ring in the girdle to another in the 9.70,000. Why, with this here machine driblets that make a mighty total, tho Rev. Timothy Wightman. "who also now lift the hive boldly up, and gently halter, unking it pass betweeu the fore- I can make more lemonade with one years, until his death, ums whioh permit the blowing of served forty-tw- o bubbles, at who-- c ttirn the mouth upward. If the bees legs, she cannot then get her head lemon than any other circus man can bursting which occurred ih 17:u. Rev. John G. was show any sign of being i p arund t her side. But generally it is with JOO bushels of "em. The pressure evcrv one is astonished. It is the de- Wightman, son of Timothy, 18tl, pastor when them a pull' occasionally. Set the crown best jfrfatt n stu-- a troublesome cow on that squeezor can bo graduated from sire, almost universal, to grow rich fast, fortv-onyears, ending in of the hive on to the stool or pail, an. I in i her. Gtrmantoun Tclc- - ono pound to 260.IMH) pounds to tho that puts possible riches where sooner he died. "Rev. Palmer G. Wightman, bee that it is steady, and having square inch, and one lemon will make or later thev are sure to take to them grandson of Rev. John G. Wightman, where the boes'are thickest raised lvi s a comfortable yard or lemonade for six months at the rate of selves wings aml.jtty Hn1!Q?J3'nlIralffpfilSfiWi 'i iiTiii Of.nniirsiL. nfctirnt M an inch, or two. now fix-- the empty skep 'j raised bv hand or the eov iliiit..iih''gfrilMnif ing sceridaliSofinevSfetivWdaWightmanr' over the othor uv staoklnir toj.of-tti- eTBWVmttiyitrxttUgdlCQU meL& v viuiu. uc-- iriiKwiuu uiiuu '.'' ignorance of tho tho last Protestant clergyman who was piiiH.inLo.tho.lou-or-iitvoy1- itrotSTOniand thollomon1 :ibSnt an inch 'I l.l.l aim or two below the highest part of its 1'- uiidanth. It is ns cruel as gets kind of plnTftrotfffslap on all the chance-- , it is safe to sav that s mutates burned during the reign of "Jtlootly float such edge, so as to support the edge of the un rc to Keep them tied in cold, presureT'te got,asami the juirp pick' d could ne erof. Blind stuff as dreams Mary." This is the oldest Baptist If oti had om ply skep. The other pins, sharpout jut confidence in a Church in the State. It is located in are made filt!iyn& a es Two calves nia. often ened at both ends, are placed as he ptoht.iMv raiied on one cow. the fruit from its parent trep ten min- name is not confined to a soldier's idol. the village of Mvsiie, Coiin. Hartford between the skeps. They will Always s( aM or cook meal for young utes before. Now. I bought that lemon It is seen as well as in tho battles of I'ot. s e .Ls - w h.le-a- l business. Take the history of little thus touch each other at ono side, the cah es before mingling it with any kind for one and PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. olher being open so as to give a full of mifk or feed, as raw meal is very price, you know on thelith of March, more than a week for example. A firm view. liable to produce scours. Wheat tlower when the show opened in New York, managed by one Ward, scarcely over Now commence rapping, gently at boilod in milk ehecks scours. and calculate to use it st.- -i lily until thirty, was" able by the talisman of What gowd does it ever do to strain first, but gradually with mora force, the middle of June, when I 11 throw it Grant's name to secure millions to do a point? We" never could see thah. it The tmio milk should he allowed to against the sides of "the lower hive. In set, varies with the breed of was made any the clearer by so dp jng, s, time awav and use the other half until the just what it pleased with. Weakened a few second the bes will commence aftor calving, temperature of milk, and end of the spason. Hard on the lemon? by tho steady pressure of stocks falling EUciric Light. to run as if for life fo the upper hive. pystem used. In Jerseys' milk tho Well, ye- -, perhaps m: but then, you to a more rightful level, its failure was As Jay Gould's income fceslimatetf Among them may be seen the queen if globules of butter are large and riso Tinow it gets a rest every Sunday, for precipitated by a peculiar crisis bound to be $U "a minute, a statistician says a sharp lookout oe kept. The great art fast. In tho milk of Fricsians and Gal- we don't show on that day," and the to como sooner or later. It drew down that he lost $135 by the change frpp locked up his machine, and in its crash a bank, which in one sense solar to standard time. here is in keeping tho bees in ono conthey are uniformly small and engineer to Third Strpet to tinuous, steady stream. "Once they take loways, purchase a was trying to carry it The community went off itftud up. In all brueds tho globules in rise "First a staud it is not ho easy to dislodge are slowly. just after parturition, and few Government bonds. tiiUajlelpni-- i was startled. People grow suspicious". What is theclass of grammar? wit?M "Brevity.!' soul largest o Call. them. Five to ten minutes should It w.ok discovered that another bunk -- Correct. What is brevity?" . ''Tho diminish in size until the milk-Hoto finish the operation if the room had beon gutted of millions by its specuso the time which the milk is in a shortcake." tfitv ltrk ceases;' Didn't Press It. be want). '1 he driven bees may now set lative president, despite directors care-Jes- strawberries r Morning Journal. cannot be definitely stated. One ' be shaken about Or tumbled from one thin"- is corlain that it should not lm probably of the young man's doings not- - sav I The Boston man does tho slightest A fow days ago a Hetroiter and hist with a paternal financial collossus behive to another without allowed to .et until the milk is thick; wife wero risk of stings. making a trip through tho hind him. It is true that this bank was know on which side my bread "gutthours is loug generally tweuty-fou- r nib; I If the weather be cold, or the ojveri-tio- n enough in summer and thirty-si- x Stato Prison at Jackson, and both wore saved, but the oung man's brokers w ere ered." He ays," "Excuse life is Know iu on which srdo my staff of Anbo performed at a season when to much impressed with the rountennBce not. Then follows more d'striist. ra'U. Sonurvilte Journal. there is no unsealed honey in tho hive, winter. Cleveland Ik convict in one gf the f hopi. other great syndicate, headed by a man a is thus f( corlain butter Fifteen and - away, was unlittle warm syruji should be sprinkled a He looked so melancholy and A girl named Price, siv feet and who has given thousandtbsd, tho lady's ay mpatiifes were able to carry its load, and two more two inches tall, was married In Oregon on the bees before commencing to drive. reforrcd to by a correspondent: "If an In our modorn hives we use lcs cer- architect and builder should say to a strongly aroused, aud Uie gentleman banks w'iit tinder. The distrust be- last week. Her father must havo emony iu dislodging the bees. After a man who wanted a fine building put was certain that he could discover came general, the banks wtKild not cer- wanted a sun-i- n law badly to give such whiff of smoke we simply lift tho lrames up that ho never used line, level, jpvidencos that th man had a great tify brokers check? when there was no a high price for ono. Boston Times. of comb one at a time, give them .a plumb, square or rule, he wouldn't of moral worth in his character. deposit to pay them, anil firms that says he doo,sn't bolieve it shnko in front of the hive or skep we get tho job oven of the most ignorant. One of the guards was appealed to for no doubt will be able to resume again paysFcg, end to get your landlord to in"tlie abeiird to attempt to information, and he replied: want to get tho bees into, and in a min- But it is no more when the storm is past, havesuspended. make extensive repairs. Putting ute whisk off the few that remain with frame a fine building without the use of "Yes, ho is vory woll behaved one wane mo weaker ones nae gone tiown into an old building is. like putproper tools than to attempt to make of the best in the prison.' a feather. to complete wreck. Tho end is not yet. ting new cloth into old raiment- - Thp In getting boos into a liivo we cither uniformly fine butter or cheese without "Ho hoepis sorry for his offense," . Confidence enabled this fabric to" bo rent is made wane Boston Transcript. pour them down in front of it, directing the use ofdhe thermometer. But that observed tfie lady." builded, lo a large extent blind confithat when tho Queen, fixes It is and their course to iLs entrance with a feath- is the way the most of dence. Sudden'distrust. which we call "Yeu'm." her royal gaze on the Marquis of Lorno shilling butter is made. The mass of er, or shako them at once on the lop of "And I know ho would bchonc-- t if panic, ruled the hour, and the fabri : and says: "John SoutherJand Cplqu the frames, and cover instantly with a the butter sold goes for half price year purdoued," added the until. (tell. That tho crash has not seemingly hotin Campbell," the Marquis listens to in and vcar out, and at all seasons of cloth. "Yes'r. You might speak to the involved business generally is due to what sho has to hay without making oar, largely caused by being To secure a swarm that has issued the l he fact that onr business is not 1 bulievu tho offense was a York Graphic. by Governor. and clus'orpd on a tree or bush, wc ad- churned at the wrong temperature in- trilling ono." carried on with similar speculative ten- any excuses. Ncio persons too stingy or too stupid to vise, if possible, to cut the branch oil A lady reader writes to say1 that dencies, involving a blind, rash confi"Do vou know oxactlv what it was?" husi-nerecently, losing hor after all arc settled. If this be done vest thirty cents for a good thermom'Why. I believe he came from our dence, such as characterized the wides .she has been know what hair shall do to eter. A variation of live degrees from she gently, the bees can then ue carried to and wants to of the inflation period wi'h its I city7. he entered a house in the the stand they aro to oucupy, laid down the standard spoils, or greatly injures, evening, think prevent it Either keep your bureau choked the lady enseles and extending panic. But it shows, howeither butter or cheese, while it is comdiat the door of their now hive; and ever you look at it. what a part drawer locked, or el-- discharge tho rected with a feather, as before: other- mon to not guess within ten or fifteen 'then stole money and jewelry." confidence between man and hired girl and get another of a comwhen was it?" gasped the wise we hold an inserted akep below degrees when feeling the temperature plexion differing from yours. RocklaiUl man plays in the battles of business. s the cluster, give tho branch ono sharp with the hand. The unconscious con- lady. is human Courier. It also tells us how fallible "O, about two yours ago." rap, cover the skep. into which the bees dition of the body, and the state ot tho Miss Pert to young Oncofthcbnys,' "And he was sent for live y oars?" judgment in this fight. Who can satiswill fall, with a cloth, aud carry it to atmosphere, and our exposure to great factorily oxjdain rhy a panic "should who had been indulging a trifle amfhad 0!lds even exports astray. asked the man. boat op.or.ld, iU future abode. "Yes'r. If Tou desire to press the have come just at this time, and not six a somewhat "vehement" breath; "Hid To make a simple oxamiuation of a Unlike most men, a good thermometer months earlier or later? Who will vou ever stand Hear a passing train?' ncvorlies. And unlike most men, when matter, I'll " colony in a bar frame hive, thu quilt is venture to account for it except in the "O, yes, lots of times." ".Well, didn't "Pross, be hangod!" blurted the removed, a puff or two of smoke given, it does lie it lies only a verv little, and "Here's tho vory woman lie most general way? Who would have it take your breath awav?" "Not. at and the frames aro lifted oue at a time, does but little harm. Cleveland Herchoked and robbed! It was my own predicted a fortnight ago with anv de all, my dear Miss Pert." " ell, what ald. with as little jar as possible. Both sides wife he nearly killed! Mary, I guess gree of assurauce that so large a panic will, then?" Yoiuur Oneoftheboys felt can be examined, tho queen seen inil was destined to come at all ? The cards his breath taken away by the question we won't slop over on him any Heifers With Their First Calf. captured if desired, aud the entire aro shuffled and the hands arc played and sloped at once. Boslon Times. ' ' Detroit Free Prcs. secrets of the hive discovered without The practice of some farmers of alwith all the skill the most sag'aefous Farm Notes: Rest and freedom hurting a bee or receiving a sting. lowing the first calves of heifers deplavers can muster, but the combinafrom annoyance are essential to aniDublin (Ireland) Farmers' Gazette. ChesThe Susqtlehauna River and signed lor the dairy to run with tho tions aro liable to overthrow the be-- t laid apeake Bay arc said to be literally plans. Wc do know this: That he who mals that are being fattened for marmothers cannot bo too strongly conFarmers should never allude 'to demned. Thero is no time when a swarming with small herring, and tho i plays the game, or lights tho battle . of ket. Etiquette iu .Mexico. . hauling .seines are taking them in anv DllSinUSS. WUluu ir I,.... JllVlULUlllV familv cares whilo feeding the pigs. r.tnnt " ICilYU :il :.t hoifer can be so easily broken to milk offered in next Native Mexican gentleman "I deep- and made a gentle cow as when sho quantity desired. Tho supply js far in speculation completely alone, is in gen- Nice fresh eggs, to be to be limed now. winter's market, ought ly regret to be obliged to inform you, comes in with her first calf; she then exce.ss.of the demand for this kind of eral sure to trump the last trick, to win -- fiesh" in lead penmy dear friend, that your actionslast readily accepts the situation. But if herring, and the fishermen are glad to the decisive contest. lruicriwry The word shell wjllwritten distinguish readily cil on the of them at any price. Hunnight in the presence of that charming sho has been allowed to raiso her calf dispose (Conn.) American. them from the previous season's. A scnorita were very rude." without milking, she will not forget it, dreds of barrels of fish have lieen albookkeeper says that, by feeding nitrolowed to escape from the seines, and American visitor "1'ou shock me! and will be rebellious when her second For. several weeks Miss Neva3 genous food, the queen can bo induced What did I do? I assure you that 1 calf is taken away, and the attempt many thousands of them have been Johnston, of Toledo, was pestered by to lay at any time. If there is any away by the farmers in. Hartford tried my best to make a iavorablc made to break her to milk. Thon hauled an unknown suitor, who succeeded in kind "of food 'that will induce quiesthat loely girl. In fact. I again, a calf running with its mother and Cecil counties to be used as commessages to of am in love with her and wonld not takes the milk every hour or two of tho post. A great many have been salted getting not to receive her in spite she her cence in the business raemtjers of the enthem. As hiye, wo shall be glad to publish' Jt.-r- r and the supply of cured efforts offend her tor the world." day, and there is no such development and smoked ; tered church aQ unseen hand would Burlinjton Free Press. , ,v Mexican "I fear you have dashed of the udder and milk veins as thero herring will be large. But few shad, hers; however, are being caught. The gill slip a note intovoice as she passed on tho river forever.1,' your hopes then. Sho now considers would be if she was milked but twice a "I've abandoned of an you an ignorant boor, too beastly selfish day. It will be exceptional ami rare, if boats are doing so little that only a few the street the the familiarunseen man said qne'of the best known Arkansaw " words; if of them fish at all, and they get eight would repeat to a am not; fitted for any pilots. ' to be tmstcd with any woman's happi- with such treatment, a heifer ever detelephone call sno River business, "I I don't know what she responded or ten shad or two hundred or threo and ness." other velops into as good a milkeras if milked sure to hear tho sentiment American "Oh! it can not be. Wha from the start. Another strong objec-sio- n hundred herring a night. Philadelphia was prettyexpressed. This had worried to do." "H bv did you quit?" some of passiou have I done?" one asked. "V ell, you see. Iwa&com-in- g to thb system is that a heifer will 'J'ress. her and her friends very much,, when Mexican "You lighted a cigar iuher wean her calf or it will wean itself, and up the river the other day on the Washington Capital says that she finally ran her suitor down, and Jini Brown. . While we wpre out in the presence " will go dry for some months before Mr. The she Chaffee, father-in-laof Ulysses found it was a young lawyer of that middle of the stream 1 happened to American "But she assured me that coming iu again. In cows for the dairy, Grant, Jr., could have saved $100,000 citv, generally deemed shrewd and suc- look toward the bank, when I saw a she did not object to it." it is of very great to estab- of tho $500,000 in the bank of Grant & cessful, but given to eccentric ways of Mexican "And you smoked it to the lish the habit of importance fellow dressed iu dark clothes waving giving milk well up to Ward, but tho recovery of this sum about things. Toledo Blade. " end without a white handkerchief 1 bfew tb time of calying, and with the heifer would the have pressed close on the good whistle and landed. Then thq bpy!j American "Without what? Tell me in her first scasou the How of milk A New York cook ends up her adso he refused of his boat The hail was quickly." should be kept up as long as possible, name a situation: "None but laughed me o'1'J.hc cow with a white it; from a little black Mexican" Without offering her in order to estiblish this habit. In after Hud lost all of will but he is still a man vertisement for need apply." families s Sf wealth aud not suffer. fail. That settled it with nib, fori one." Excliange. years she can be given the needed period coin of no intrinsic thought that if a cow couldn't lash thq rest, but will keep up a fair tlow of for An old Boaan We should like to have some small without landing the boatol'd jslia- Save your cold tea; it is oxcellent milk till the proper timo comes itr dryvalue sold in New York recently for lies 1uiU" Change from the sovereigns of Europe-Warsav ..au? ItitiL "or cleaning grained wood. txchanue ing her off. r'armcr-- Reviev). dollars. seventy-on- e Wasp. "To butter-keepin- g. d - a seutiy. by-rop- three-quart- or has-bee- n fall-.in- , uJlyw thoy-nligh- saw-hors- e. mere-mone- cjm-pne- lemon-squeeze- to-da- y ..many-hundre- d t s - t un-la?- s. sU-ad- np-proa- 1 o ini-nion- so e e forLi. K UMm. USj'SBSt-s'S'sryrw- efti'i&iiSSiiriLai! l- .1 11" como-Ilowm- g sup-poi- ts two-nfth- -- 1 suf-fic- w s - -- d." ten-co- nt down-hoarte- il ul new-wood ten-co- to-da- y - w$ll-place- d e "W-wh- y! -- I)c-troit- fur-tho- r! -- . w son-in-la- first-clas- s w ... V f i r; LV SI A I , f ra-- ggss&ms. r EM fThe J- Hiclaiian Courier. Publisher. KENTUCKY. GEORGE WARREN, 1 J together, for she had always returned to the shore with her maid at dusk. 1 ' had looked for her all the afternoon. eyes, wild riri...i.i me of a waxen and was leaving the pier disappointed ELSIE. LITTLE murderer I had seen in the Chamber of wnen 1 saw ncr coming. The moon "with sad stops" climbed with your Ion?. long Horrors at Madame Tush's. In the Kb, don't come face. not very robust state of health in which the sky, and tho multitudinous stats And your longer purse behind: I'm a bright young girl, and I know my place, f was at that time the si"bt of this man shed a quiet light upon the sea. jmkI think I know my mind. The maid was with her, but walking mfnrtablv; and alwavs atrcptpd I like to lauch, and to dance and Flog, when I saw him cnm;,.- T ran down the at a greater distance than usual in the my parents dear: And tc tcasfe steps of tho lnnilinnr otro in the center rear. 1 had noticed, from the first, that 5J brothers call mo a "tlrooinu thing;" 1 "k"M flut they wouldn't miss me here. tne oi tne pier or kept mv aze fastcueu uu il. reiauon uciweonuiooeautiHilyouu"mistress and her maid was neither a the sea. O 'tis 1 am my mother's heart's delight, And my father's right hand brave. One afternoon, toward the end of friendly nor an intimate one. Tho I leave my home so Sree and bright w October, when for threewceks "a( maid, I thought, had a stolid and sullen To bo a rich man's slave? held almost Would I buy myself a gown of silk possession of :fir, and seemod devoid of that regard grand dull notice to , JiiaI've boys to play with pine.eows to milk. the pier, I wasundisputed nay startled, for her mistress which I thought would surprised, When and to seo approaching from the shore the have bceu a natural feeling in one who And tho whole fair world is mine? stood in the podtion of protectress to so figure of a woman. v Ah, don't come talking of the cares of Hfo: The height, shape and general lines tender and gentle a being. My fuuey My head is gold, not gray; of the form told me that she was a had created for tho lonely vist-taAnd It's my desire to be no man's wife At icat-- not just of the pier a history of mingled woman, and presently the gait, the Hut I've n heart, and it's warm and true. poise of the head, the carriage of the pathos and mystery, but it rested on a And I'll keep It safe, at ease; And if one 1 love should come to woo, figure told me that sho was a lady. basis unsubstantial" as air, for sho had I'll jric it when I please! '1 here Was excuse for mv feeling of sur- never spokon of herself except in Dlnali J. Crail;, in Jirjcr JidiMrfrW. prise: but I do not know that I ought to phrases mvoluntnny and romoto. This have been startled. Startled, however, evening, when we had reached tho ond AH ! THE PITY OF IT. I was that much I remember distinc- of the pior and had stood for awhile tlyand in that state of mind 1 re- watching the lights flash upon the water Many years ago I made a stay, slow, even from a essel anchored iu the distance, lcmlini; month-;- , at a mained while the ladv, with a period of and graceful steps, "dren near to mc-A- I noticed that was paler than usual, small, obcurc wateriusr place on the she approached I couHsee that she aud that her eyes, whose restless, wistsoutheast coast- - J hail nist titiNhcd iuv coitrse as :i student at (Juy's Hospital, was followed, at a distance of two or ful glance always affected me strangely, and, under the combined 'strain of se- three pace-- , ly a, fuiuslo attendant. had an nnxiou."and troubled look, also vere and not over pleasant work in tho She came nearer, and 1 saw licr lli:5 a certain indescribable something I wards and dissecting room, ami of a tinctly. She was tall and slight and of had never seen in them before. 1 presharp and exhausting examination, my a singularly elegant tfiurc. Drawn vailed on her to sit, and we placed ourhealth had given way. I was ordered half over her face was athin laco veil, selves on a bench beneath the lifeboat wliich, swinging in chains overhead, to" take rest, ami with it any mild form which intensified the palor of her comof recreation that pleased iiic best, and plexion. She was drosjtfTin black from formed- a sort of extempore roof. T wanted to speak to her, hut I knew tt2 fttllina t?ttV Kill tll linw AntmiiM llrfll rich silk being at that time much straitened in head to foot and tfre awith sable, not how to begin. Presently, of her j gone from her: and turning to she pocket, and having no inclination to mantle, very slightiy edged ta thu hospitality- of friends, I went which, lilting to perfection, lent addi- own will, sho turned and said quietly: .said uiLeouslv: "l)o imt dnliLv: let us "You havo noticed something strand make haste; can yon not hear the down alone to the little seaside town of tional grace to her figure. She was voices iu the wiud ami sec the frees in fcouthbeacb. I took small rooms in an beautiful, with' a beauty that I had mme. I replied, in a confuted ami hurried the sea? They are pursuing us: oh! let' unambitious street, from which, when never seen before: pale almost to whitethe tide was unusuallv high, I obtained ness, with clusterings black hair, and way, that I had sometimes feared she us hapten, or wo shall lie taken." It was tho very exaltation of terror, an. uninterrupted view of about a dozen eyes large, deep and lustrouo, and of carried some heavy trouble with her: yards of sea. It was the middle of the blacket black. As she came to that 1 had shrunk from speaking of it; and though she never ceased urging us" September, and the season was wauiur. where I was sitting I stood up to let but that I longed, if it were possible, to to hasten, we were scarcely able to bring her the few remaining steps to The place was crowded, and the vis- her pass, and die went on without no- be of some service to her. "You are right," she said, sadly, "in the shore. itors, of both sexes and all aes, ticing mo. The expression on her face r; 1 went with her to the door of her supposing that I have a trouble, and thronged the beach "from morn "till struck me as singularly sweet and but tho eyes were the striking indeed it is a heavy one; but you cau house, and would havo goae in, so dewy eve." Although without friends, mono I" shu said with a ges- troubled and fearful was I for ber; but acquaintance or companions, I was not feature, and the ray of strange, half-sa- d in the least degree lonelr. I entered light that passed "from them haunted ture and accent almost despairing, when the maid signified that her mistwss had thoroughly into the life of tho place, me when she had gone. The maid fol- I mado as though I would offer some better be alone, and almost nipulsed and took a lively interest in tho sports lowed a woman of a rather heavy help or counsel, "it is not possible. My mo from the door. I passed sleepof the children on the sands; in the countenance and strong but obstinate life is as i s( I can not help mv.self. less, miserable night; and nit he earliest shoulders, who looked straight before r anil no one else can help me. flirtations, jealousies and little possible hour the next morning went to d to havo mk frightened the house aud asked anxiously for her. l nen her voice fear into a eyos of tho young her anil seemed only. 1 no eyes savo watched them whisper, and tho her people of seventeen, twenty anil twenty for her mistross height- The maid answered me, saying curtly: Ttwo: in the confabs of the aunts, mam- as they passed ana went slowly down ened, as she said: "That her mistress was "unwill. and "Have you not men that I am that the doctor was with her." I was mas and grandmammas; and in the the pier. The mistress never looked bediscomforts and trials, more or le.--s hind at or spoke to the maid, ami the watched?" turning awa, heartsick, whoa someI east an angry look in the direction thing in the maid's expression Jirrcsted stoically borne, of the papas. As the maid alwavs walked at the same dis .month closed in the holidav population tance of two or three paces from the of the maid, who was pacing the pier at my ee; and I looked at her narrowly. a little distance from us: and my combegan rapidly to thin. The morning mistress. I waited, hoping that "Tell me," I said, "who you wv, arid return; but they taed long, panion also glanced that way aud whis- what it is that is the matter vrfth your train to town was crowded each tlav; and the loiterers on the beach dwindled and I, who had been fasting iuce early pered: mistress?" "Yos, yon have seen it; I knew you like the sheep of Wordsworth's north- morning, at length, wont home. 1 was She laughed a little cruel lafh, and ern shepherd. The brass band per- on the pier the uoxt'morniqg and again had.- Everywhere and all day long I answered: "I am her keeperr Tim- formed its last tune on the terrace, in the afternoon, and looked cmiously am watched and followed. I" can not ley's Magazine. . and dissolved amid a crash of big for the unknown visitant of the pre- escape; they have woven a web around me.,V drum ami cymbals; the negro min vious day, but she did not appear. Tired Women. Meantime my thoughts were busy and Sho trombled and was full of excitebtrels washed their faces and reIf yon look around on the f0es in a sumed conventional habiliments; the I asked myself again and again," who ment; a coudition that contrasted was she and what had brought her to strongl and painfully with her usually street car, the number of faJd and .itinerant preacher disappeared on countenances pwientiug Hers was a figure that quiet and gentle state, 'the same morning that the donkeys Southbcach? were driven off the cliff; the perambu- would have been noticeable anywhere "But why is it?" I aked, atrxiouslj", themselves is startling. MaturMromen lators, which had obstructed the beach (I should have singled her "out, I with a feeling of deeper eoneern than I liave especially a tired air abo them, for fourteen weeks, were hoisted on the thought, from the crowd that had dared to reveal. "Why are on watched showing itself not only iu patffl comluggage train; and the bathinsr ma frequented the beach a few weeks past,) and followed? Po not jour friends plexions but iu the" wearuf lines chines were drawn far out of the wash a- d was therefore, of course, especially know of this? Why are vu here alone around the mouth aud eves. IS Ls impossible to associate tais appfarance fear?'"" iof the waves. By and by the sands wore noticeable on the narrow pathway of with a woman the desolate look which the banks of the the deserted pior. It did not occur to A moment's pamion gleamed itt her with happy lives, aud jet. fro dress Bed Sea might have worn on the morn- me that she was invalided like myself: eyes and expired; an inexpressible and manner, the majority would to be comfoitably placed in this ing after the annihilation of Pharaoh indeed, there was nothing of the in- yearning took its place while she an- se-world. I'sualh the climate is spo-c- d and his host; and on such davs as were valid in her appearance; but why, then, swered: bright enough and warm enough for an had she come to Southbeach, a place "My friends? Ah! von do not under- to have a great deal to do with the a'ni early dip I had the whole wide sea to recommendod solely by the salubrious stand: yon cannot: how could you ? I earlv I9tilnir ,t liiiiilifiil myself. Thoso who like the seaside vior of its atmosphere, which, in all fear my friends more than I fear her. the beauty of "health, instead t. if at only as it appears in mid July or Au- other respects, seemed unwortlry of her? She belongs to them and acts for them: viving with the spring of the Three days passed, and I saw her it is my friends who are my enemies! it usually dela - until the sumunr gust, when the season's brief fever is at its height, will connect a sense of the again. This time she was before me is from them that I can not escape. uas, ioiumcu iv tne 11 m ;j. dismal with this description; but let on the pier, and as I entered it from onnti 1 tea you way it is mat mey are breezes, invigorate the hum in mo hasten to say that for my part I the shore I saw her coming in the dis- crnel to me, and what is the horrible If tho truth was known, h found nothing dismal or depressing in tance. Saw her. Isay, auilyet it was burden of my life? but no; I can not. pect that it woi'ld be fou the cmptlneSs of the town or the bar- with the oyc of the bo'dv, rathor than Who are you that I should talk to you reason why women look tip, for slio was in this way5- What interest have you tlicy lire perMtiiHilv Trillin renness of the shore. The little place .Modern iiieriimls have u ii quickly settled down to the life which half a mile distant; but I knew her in in me? W; A terrible suspicion crossed my mind, cares of wixes and nwthc it led during eight months of the year, an instant. As sho carte near I had an and this in its turn had a gentle charm intense dedre to hear Tier voice, but but vanished in an instant, biie hail uuiics uae ueeiopei win (T T for me. I had a feeling of importance knew that 1 should not dare to speak to become calm again, and s;okc as one of science and the exoa'. thra-ieher. A happy accident, however, who woighe-- her word and told no When children Here as I walked through the High Street, in n obcdieiKe to parental commm.N, r, the sole remainiuc: and on the favored mc. The little kitten belong- more than she was aware of. I begged, beach of an evening I had full liberty ing to the solitary lady at the end of I implored her, that she would speak xoimg people understood that t" Jua: to Tcgard myself as a new Alexander the pier had followed her toward tho to me and make me her confidant, as- was to obey, when husband, oniv exSelkirk, and to indulge imaginings as shore. Sho had, perhaps, spoken to it, suring her of my fidelity and my earn- pected the;r regular three meal it, und clean a day mended gambolled where I I looked across the never ending sea or fondledseenas it on est desire to serve her: but she was clothing, and dutio of the women it the the silent, and whon she spoke again it wa "that I wasmonarchof all I surveyed.-- ' had often The barber began to take a personal in- threshold, at any rate it had attached with a shadow of coldness in her man- were very much simpler than at terest in me; the policeman would halt itself to her, and she wasat a loss what ner, and she thanked me, but said that the present time. In those happy on his uneventful beat to inquire kindly to do with it. sho had spoken more than she intended, days, when to eat, sleep and work As we met and were passing one an aud made an exeue, anil begged that was the whole duty of man, and after the effect of the new tonic I was the interests of prosperity a side issue, trying; the tobacconist and stationer, other she stopped and said: I would The maid, who, as "lou are going to the end of tho belietod,forgetnoticed her recent excite- I the mistress of the household might, an ardent amateur sportsman, took had pains to cultivavo in me an affection pier ? This little Kitten has followed ment, came up. and aying that it was after her work was done, eat and sleep, for the turf, and the young ladv at the me. I cannot let it leave its home. lato and tho air was growing chilly, too. At least she had a chauce to was never in a hurrv to retire Will 3'ou think me nule if I ask von to suggested that hor mistress should re- work when husband aud children were behind the screen after she had served take it with you ?" turn. She rose at once and gave me engaged in business or in school foi What could I say ? I said of course her hand, saing that she would not long hours of the day. In those days, me with a shilling's worth of postage stamps. I had another set of friends that JLwoulil take it with pleasure, and trouble me to accompany them to the rain or sunshine were the same, life moved iu a groove, and there was a along the beach, where the Jishcrmen in my heart of hearts I blessed the kit- shore, and seeing that it was her wi-told me yarns Avhieh,ignorinjr the "too, ten for having followed the ladv with to be alone, I bowed and she withdrew, probability of things running smoothly. In tho-- e dai s people ate what was set too solid"evidencesof their apocryphal the lustrous eyes. I took it in my arms followed by the maid. it was a little friend of mine; 1 had From that night I thought of hor lefore them, because there was 1101 character, I accepted as unimpeachable gospel; the coast guards unbent so fat-a- played with it a hundred times and more than ever. Nay, her sweet, much variety to be had, and they were the lady thanked me with her eyes, and mournful face haunted my waking and not always developing new ideas in the to touch their caps; and the more than once invited me into bowing slightly, passed on. my sleeping dream, and the sad music way of occupations and divorstons that upset the regular routine of a houseShe came tho next day, a'littlc later of her voice echoed in my ear. his snuggery at the end of the pier, Perhaps it was monotonous, where he kept a bottle or two of doublo than before, her attendant with her, To the interest of her beauty aud her hold. extra proof spirits, of the existence of and 1 plucked up courage to address bearing was now added that of the but it was restful for tho housekeeper. In the great upheaval of mind which which the coast guards above men- her. mystery sho had darkly hinted at tioned were discreetly ignorant. I had I was about twenty-tw- o years old at mystery which remained a mvstory, for has of late ears sot each individual wore friends now. in short, than T l.n.i that time, and I gathered from her sue never again revert ml to it. and I soul on the search for that good living when the town was packed and the beach J looks and manner that the lady was forebore to trouble her with questionin- which the world is supposed to ewe it, whether the quest is continued in thf ..........i .win tuiiura; moreover, oein"- some three or four yeararmy senior, so g-.. of solitary babit, I took pleasure in that, in even- - way, I felt myself her But the feeling that had been grow- direction of business, pleasure, science -t g rambles in the country whic.li inferior. ing in me since o ir friendship opened, a- or religion, it is the wife and mothc who is expected to be the instrument JtT'was not without an effort that I sank deeper and acquired over fresh stretched awav almost from the'water's edge, and amfd fields still verdant and lifted my hat and said, timidly, ithat I strength." Interest had long since Providence in providing the means an hedges yet teeming with life and color, had carried the kitten in safety to its passed into fascination; fascination now forwarding tho success of tho seekers and nobody thinks of all tho oxtra I renewed the botanical" of home. She thanked mc: hor voice was passed into love. low toned and musical, and the dim. boyhood. At, this there was nothing to wonder. burden that this throws upon her tin A striking (indeed the most striking) soft light of her eyes shone on my while Her dark and melancholy lieautr. the strain on her sympathy, the tax ot ' ' feature of bouthbeach was its pier. It slie spolce. inexplicably subtle charm of her" man her. bodily strength, r'rom the chili was an old, sturdy wooden structure, She was so kind and geniie in her ner, the Irepiency 01 our meetings and who wants a play made for him to th only a few yards short of a mile in manner that in a moment or imi tho curiously fitting character of time husband who wants to talk over his af f length, which had resisted wind and found talking freely, and with- - mil idaee these were c.irciiinNt!iiwi T fairs with her, it is one long intorraodi wave for nearly a hundred years out effort, and I turned and we walked had neither power nor will to resist, ate chain of little sen iees whioh an : Bugged of aspect, its height. length and on together. And 1 irrow to love her with thr lmnt expected from her. That she has permassy build invested it with a character We paced the length of the pier and aiu' of youth, though conscious sonal tastes or inclinations is nevet almost of grandeur; and it rave one an back again slowly, and perhaps for the always of a something hovering about taken into account. She has no time idea of strength h iuvincible to space of au boui hut to me it was the ner which made it dillicult for me to left for her own use, but is actually ai note the steadfastness of the piles when snonest Jiour l had ever spent. And approach her iu the character of a the beck and call of all belonging tc her from early morning till Tate at the waves rushed against them, and the yet we had spoken only ot things in- lover. storm winds smote them with a Want's differentWe had, 1 soon discovered, But one evening as wc sal together night. It is a curious fact in connection with blows. In all weathers and at all times a common interest in the sea and sky! on the steps leading down to the "water I found the pier a delightful promenade. She loved them both, she said, but only I dired to speak to her as I had never tho nineteenth century, that few tropic t, and still fewer can ocIt was restful and quieting beyond ex- in their quiet moods. Happilv the day spoken before. She heard me, but are pression to sit there on a still after- was one of preternatural softness; tho with agitation in her looks; and when cupy themselves agreeably witho&taid noon waters scarcely trembled as thev lav I paused and drew a little closer to hor Like the Turk, they want somebody tc amuse them. With the additional "llnb'nbelmtifhie 8plendor z tho Mttlng sun outspread boneath us, aiyl the azure SJ1C shrank back, and in a tone almost sky was Heckled with cloudlets woven of horror'sho answered that what Iliad burden of seeing that the members of upon the waters. At early mornin"-th- of gossamer. I the family are amused, as whether she in- asked her was wholly impossible for maternal wants provided well as their air was coolest there, and the sea tended to remain in Southbeach, and her to grant. for, it is no Then her manner juowea a nunurea colors under tbe she answered with some reserve that softened, and with tears in her eyes she wonder that wives and mothers look radiant sky. By night tho place had a she had visite it under medical advice, bade me leave her aud forget her. tired. No doubt men feel the fatigue mystic beauty of its own, when the and did not know what would be tho To me then it eemcd that this was of the constant drive that is requisite to moon clave a white way across the length of her stav. At the general stride, but onr rnto I was not less impossible, and I said so earn- - keep up withpeculiar faculty " " they have a .'i gleaming watcrs.and the pale phosphor- rejoiced to think of hin.. and pleadingly; hat if it escence tracked the swift, silcntmotions leave immediately. that she would not ctly might not bo now it might be in tho able to take a rest, even iu tlie midst ol of the tish. On a breezy or stormy day turmoil. Women, unfortunately from My interest in future, the pier head, a mile away from the stranger deepened this -nale. lovelv none. and imploriug for leave only to long experience in being overdriven, Wn mnt il.ushore, was a coign of vantage around l5l,t snc' jrcntly and kindly inexora-t- get into that state xvhere they cannot which the winds eddied briskly or frequently, and it was. a sweet pleasure ,,,,c repose, even when the opportunity ofdenied me thundered magnilicently, the foam as me that she had quietly accepted me 'utterly to tears again: thena giving way fers. This i a state of nervous and with friend topped waves seething and roarinir hera walks and allowed me to share despair she begged of me to gesture of brought about by the go and see that there will be something knowieWe on the narrow wooden path .uu.. mv; iitnucis uuueiueain. to do ina above the sea, her no more. mm if there is nothing calling minute, A day rarely passed on which I did tnough I know Wc "IWl nowhere aUo. tho hnn Scarcely what did not visit the pier; often I remained where she had takce.rooras. n the did reached out knowing toward Ihor, 1 for attention just now. Philadelphia rny arms I was not and Sunday Times. . there from morning until afternoon, or long in from afternoon till far into the niht, was the coining to the decision that she she, thinking apparently that I meant to clap her .though 1 myself know not Among those who went down on calling to mind,, as far as I was .(ble, creature most extraordinarily interesting even now I had ever seen. She had read whether that were really my th steamship City of all that my favorite poets, from Virgil widely, and had "ift of drawing intention moved from me, and would Florida was Miss Alice Bowie to the laureate, had penned about the upon her bonb. the rare .?..,.:,.., i -years of age, who t, " .wiivia"". xt. have fallen backward into tho water twenty-eigh- t v nea, ami comoarinn- the ,x had I not caught and held her by tho was on her way to her home in wrist. .Scotland from Providence, R. IM to be instant f. dipped pretty deeply into l,he t In the same instant we both observed married to the young man to whom sho pencil 01 a Turner or tiS S qU,n a ... aMIss Bowie had - sudden and startling change that hail xvas engaged. - and religion and religious .. ., Buskin in nut uuuu i:iink:i nT- ?f . sent no . T w L...w vn i. iivn...iH uw "iwaiuu-- , m ,. V ' ,,,t tense f.isemnt?,niscovect'd , hat. an' in- - come over tne sk. .,. 11 naa ocen a 1... word to her friends at home, intending tne colors, the texture and Uioi u... ! ..t to surprise them. HICKMAN. 1 three-quarters length of it, "lonely as cIoud " ml nmer meeting but one llTinff.ereaturc. This was the man who occupied a tin hut on the pier head whose functtou was to light at dusk the huge lamp which Hung a red clareovertho waters. l He was an " man, lean, with a hooto, ; and crooked It was iu this connection that sho once disclosed her inner self to me more fully and yet how slightly! -t- han she had ever done beforo. It was evening, tho first evening that we had walked I - i . . tI 1 1 J - v .- nt t to-da- ox-ox-- or s "l - lirtnrnna m .. " .!. i : ""scureii, save wluvfe one v oroau sireaR of a dull xellownfrkcd where the sun had lately sunk The sea was of one metallic "lmo Slir. face was broken by tho wind, and little suu?" wves wiiii guttering crests,1 beat against the sides of the pier. The preparations for the storm alarmed my companion thoroughly. She rose quick y aud turning to me mid beckoning to her maid, who oame on tho instant, said nervously, "Lot us go at oiico; I am afraid of the storm." We were of mile from the shore, and the wind continued to rise, and tho clouds changed from a leaden to an inky color. Certain winds brought with them a very full and heavy tide, and the waters, which wore then nearly at the Hood, rose as we went until they were almost Hush with the edge of the pier. A single flash of lightning parted the cloud, and danced for an instant right over our heads, followed by a prolonged muttering of thunder, which burst tfien into a crashing peal. The arm that rested in mine trembled, and I saw that my companion was completely overcome by nenous excitement. Her eyes wandered with a troubled look over the now tossing and swelling waves, and her whole frame was violently wrought ujKMi. The maid on one side and I upon the other, held each an arm and strove to set lu-- r at cage, but her fear increased with eery step she took. Suddenly, whon we wen distant not a hundred yards from the shore, a glittering mass of spray was dashed up throuo the open beams of the pier, a few fet i front of us. She screamed, pointing at it with quivormg finger, and enld hardly be persuaded to go on. The foam sheet vanished in the instant of, f ;i .1" itions in this line was a Colt s navy revolver, which some years ?go was sent to the factory in Hariford, Conn. This was before the adoption of these pistols to the metallic cartridges, and it is probable thiU in loading with open powder and ball only a small amount of powder got into the chamber, and the bullet was not profiled with sufficient force to drive it from the muzzle; at least the bullet did not go out but lodged. As the shooter did not know whether the bullet escaped or not, he kept on tiring until the barrel burst or bulged, and when the barrel was sawed in two longitudinally there were found fonnteen bullets wedged one into the other. Scientific American. A Loving Couple. What Will Unrst n Gun, In bravado a young man placed the muzzle of his fowling piece under the water and fired the charge. The result was the bursting of tho barrel near the breacn anu tne mutilation of the hand Another placed and held the muzzle of , ... ... ...ilis Mif"i - uiiiinrn ..Mw winhmr glass --against a IflfHW of plate, Ti r. 7 out iiicu uiu cninni . powder and a bullet rmno glass was J. shattered, so Was the mm hrrl Another instance was that of an experimenter who had heard that could be fired from the barrel of a "tin through an inch board. He drove a candle into the imuvle of the gun. Bred, and the explosion split the banvl almost its entire length, and did not even drive the candle from the muzle. Still another burst of a gun barrel was caused by the use of wet grass for a wad, well rammed over a charge of hot. But perhaps one of the most singidar exhib-. PRESIDENTIAL FAVORITES. Some Intcratttnc: rsct Concerning thd Men Who Stand Closest to tho Chief Executive. Visitors who, from curiosity or buiiires?, have called at tho White Hoase, nui9thavo o7cebUrtJ-!rISaP0- r finanC8 8ee- r- Vital Questions!! Ask tho most eminent physician Of any school, what is tho best thing fa the world for quieting ami allaying all irritation of the nerves and curing all forms of nervous complaints, giving natural, childlike refrobhing steep always? And they will tell you unhojCtatingly "Some form of UopsP' k "Rough on Corns.': 15c. Askforlt. Complete cnro.hard or sr,f t corns,warts,bunion3. A cooD-LooinN- o - ten-do- uot-hel- p quarrel-"ingsan- How does you know dey don't?' "Dey don't hab a bit o' trubble, 1 tells yer. She am out washin' all day, and her husband, he am night watchman in a big sto' on Austin avenue. He goes off before she comes home, and he don't get back in the mawnin' ontil she she has done gone out washin'. Dat's been goiu' on fur de las' live eahs, and de fust cross word hasn't passed between Mo' married folks quarrels more or loss," remarked Uncle Moe; "but I knows a man and his wife what hasn't had afurse furde lad' five veahs.'' "Am they libintogedder?"' "Sartainiy! Dey libs in de fame house. She goes" off ebery mawniir and washes by de day." "But p'raps dey ipiarrels at night peace-makin- gs 'em iL" Texan SiHnys. thej-woul- d - sad-looki- What is Japan Clover? This plaut is a foreign annual that has been imported to America and belong to the genus Lespede. It grows in the Southern State, and is now not thought to be sufficiently hardy to grow north of North Carolina. On jxjor. sandy soil, it affords but a scanty pasturage, but on rich, damp soil will grow thickly to a hight of from eighteen inches to two feet. The leaves are small, and tho stems too hard and wixxly to make a nue or red clover is uenirauie nay. greatly preferable to'it. Japan clovert rtxi 11 CJICIM uii piLMure lauu. miglll furnish a hardy forage plant, and add to the value of tho pasturage. As the plant seeds abundantly it spreads rapidly. Clirehtnd Leader. architect discovered the means of so far altering the nature of an to render it malleable; but the imperorTilxMius caused the archite.t to be beheaded. A s'rniliar di.scotr was made in France dm ing the rein of Loui-XIII The inventrr presented a bust, formed of nialleaolcgla-s- , to Cardinal Richeheu, and waM-- arded forhn ingenuity by peretual imprisonment lest the Freneh gla.s manufacturer. be injured by the discovery of J - A Roman ni i v . it. t - Lod Dr. Dio Lewis says that the coming man ami woman will nit be smaller at :it other parts of the tJeuMist -- Y. X. Jrihun' FKVKit ,- -' 1 cenn of l ii , vL-ito- light-keeper- 's po-tofli- ce h s pier-mast- er - - day-lon- pa-tim- es I T mj-sel- Pa-i"''0- I well-nig- self-relian- e 1 - . - 1 o . ox-e- n 1 I srifesi&s;s - ill-fat- ed d,.,.;; - I "rj, i t j .,... ,,. ,: sul-wora- B tho wind, with an ominous sound of Two duels on account of loroaf-fair- s were fought at I.eon, Mex. rethe storm, was rising in the west. The sun It hours aud had set red, audangry, and an artillery cently. In one"Isador Clara was' shot nul until T loaOeH the western sky dead: in the other Manuel " Bernard 'was waters with my band; or wandering the i the mazes of amUvofSl often amid of heavy clouds mediialmyatlcUm. and spread rapidly until the whole killed a sword thrust. r ttrptar Ewor ST on tl.o Church of the aihhtle ,lL? w?odfn ,,eriod of the l,wn tr.sta-V0; Hera?ecSs were with A- -- ! think, but I could not shake off the shakes. Quick, complete cure, all " " One day, finding myself very constipated, I took six IIrandreth's Pills on going to annoying Kidney and Urinary Diseases, 1. bod. They acted very fully. To my surpriao The Empress of Austria can set typo I did not have any chills the next day; so I tbe ompress of an American farm can took six more Pills the next night. On the and a hen. Customs differ in different set following morning I fSund myself much countries. Merchant Traveler. stronger and with considerable appetite, " Mother Swan's AVbrm Syrup," for fev and ne Ague. I continued taking the Pills for ton days, when I found myself entirely erishnes8,wonnsconstipation,tasteless. iSo well, and have remained so ever since. A cniLLun plow is never used In winter. C. Vreelaxd. Press. Potsdam, St. Lawhrncf. Co., X. Y., February 5, 18S4. f Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renewer" reSomo two months ago I was afflicted stores health and vigor, euros Dyspepsia,l. with inflammation of the eyes. I was confined A Bunxiro question How much is the tho house and compelled to stay in a dark room. Being so confined I was at- gas bill. Boston Pvst. tacked with Fever and Ague. My physio nouKhonCounhs."lSc, atDrusrelst-s-. cian dosed me with quinine until ray hearcure Coughs, Hoarseness, Sore Throat. ing was affectod and still every seven days another attaok would come on. MeanIt is a cold da' when tho chunk of Ice while, I was afraid I would lose my eyedoesn't get left. sight. In this awful condition, my father Papillox Skin Cure Is a purely vegetaadvised mo to take eleven BraSwRCTh's ble remedy that cures by oxtornal means, night. Thoy acted very powerPills at nil Skin Diseases. By druggists. fully, and then I felt woak, but I was much bettor. I passod four very bilious stools. Patieitck comes in where there is nothThe next night I took four more Pills. ing else to fill up. A'. O. Picayune. These acted but twice. My eyes wero very Papillox Blood Cure Is a specific for all much bettor. 1 continued taking three every night for a week, when I returned diseases of the Blood, Liver, Stomach, ly Bowels and vegetable, to work entirely well. My eyes required containing only a small percentage of spirit. n shado for about a month. I had no more TV". B. Leahy. Fever and Ague. SrONOS cal:o is cake that is mado with eggs. X. Y. Graphic A SOCIETY of women, organised to make borrowed up clothing for the poor, i a As a Curb pop. Sobe Throat axd club that should be encouraged. Xorris-towCooans, " Jiroton's Bronchial Troches" JIerald. have been thoroughly tested, and maintain A remedy that has proven itself a nevor-faili- their good reputation. Sold only in loxes. cure for scrofula and all syphilitic disorders must ciuickly cure less terriblo A bio thing on Ico The North Pole. blood diseases. Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock Detroit Post. blood such a and Sarsaparilla is purifier and strengthener of bodily funcHeadache is immediately relieved by tions, that it cures tho above diseases even thu us af Fiso's Remedy for Catarrh. Hot Springs and all other treatment when has failed. Remember, it is absolutely Paul, when "On, free from mineral poison, and will not in- the new mamma," said little for the firsf babv was most delicate constitution. Its time, "can fuoar shown him jure the babv's dressos wtm X use will make you feel buoyant, strong and grow tall enough?" Philadelphia CalL well, and will rid your system of all blood impurities and every internal and external "Alo.vso, doar, do you believe in indication of disease. ghostsJ" sho asked dreamily. "Xo, darling, I do not," he replied. "Well, Alonzo, A small soul has plenty of elbow-rooYhitchall that ghost to how you are unot superstiman. Jn a narrow-mindetious." Then thev fell into sweet, calm Times. sleep. Pretzel's Weekly. 9' American women are said to be the most A member of the Shaker fraternity A clever, active, and energetic to be found; and well they need to be, considering th man with an attack of the ague. The enormous demands made upon them by Judge. modern schools, housekeeping and society. "Misther, mlsther, what have ye done?" Mrs. Lydia E. Fmkham, in preparing her Englishof celebrated Vegetable Compound, had in called a nativejust Wicklow to an to a teletied his horse mind all these countless demands on a man who had " Well, Pat, wbnt's the maU woman's strength, and her well known graph pole. this, yer honor. Ye'vehitched "Jist remedy proves eTery day its perfect adap- teri" horso to the magnetic telegraph, and your tation to woman's special needs. ye'd bo in Dublin in two minutes if you deeds aro considered great, don't look out." Kmohtly knight and even the carpet parlor-grat- has some conA wild wave That of an excited person Bozton nection with the trying to stop n departing railway train. Star. Said an absent minded sohool teacher: Two MOXTHSagomy attention was called corto the case of a woman afflicted with a can- "I hear u quiet uoise iu the right-hancirner of the room. I know very oil who cer on hor shoulder at least 0 inches in cumference, angry, painful, and giving the tho guilty party U, but I will not mention patient no rest day or night for G months. his name. It is Tommy Jones." s I obtained a supply of Swift's Specific for her. She has taken 5 bottles, and the ulcer tho This very small young is the season of the year owhen cent is entirely healed up, only a man with the twonty-fivscab remaining,and her health is better than clocked stockings and " shoes sit-- i for5 years past;soems to be perfectly cured. Ua. his anatomy until the whole lower half of Rrv. Jessk H. Campbell, Columbus, goes asleep. Philadelphia Call. From the exorbitant prices paid prima donnas, "Hightalian" would be the proper A mule with five legs has been born in name for grand opera. Boston Courier. Alabama. We shall look for a large falling off in the population of that S'ote fine looking want wtthin the next six or eight years. Ir you a Skin arosy and clear, Face, And Free Purest. Sulphur Soap; all Trace Use "Beksox's" will disappear. Of disease " What Mr. Henry g2Sold by druggists, etc., everywhere. George, " is the reason," asks the hard-es- ; that tue men who work get tho least? " Lack of brains, Henry. Trk longest reign in history Tho deluge. Life. " Oh, dearl" exclaimed Miss Flight, "how dizzy I ami my head spins round Hooey of Horehonnd aud Tar Hale's very happy simile," relike a top." Take instaator. Dont neglect a cough. marked Fvtr: "A overvboav's head, you "for cure in one minute, i know, u. a Pike's toothache drops top." .Boston Transcryif. Bachu-paiba.j1 I have been treuMed with Fever and Is the social circles of the chicken-yarAgue for upwards of two years. I have tbe lines are very distinctly drawn, for K1PK taken about three pounds of quinine, I eaoh hen ha her own set. Merchant 2'ras-eled r. nACKXMSACK, X. J., February axd agite. th, U8(. b' tbe court manner " woro ro-and escorted throush manslo o. The senUeinen whose duty it is to rocoivo all persons coining to tbe White House ara Colonel E. S. Densinore, Mr. John T. Rick-arand Mr. T. P. Pendel, and they havo occupied their present positions through the various administration , since and even during the war. Mr. Peodel was President LJncolu' saw him to his car nag tbe fatal night tu which he viiited Ford's theater, aud he now has in his the coat which Mr. Lincoln wore os that memorable occasion. There is not a public man in America today who doos not know, and who is not known by, these gentlemen, and tho reminiscences of public and social Hfo which they can recount would fill a congressional volume. During tho weary yet exciting years of the war; through tho more poace-ftlmos of Grant's administration; whils Hayes held the reins of government, and when Garflold was shot, it was these mon who stood in the Executive mansion, welcoming tho advent of each now administration, boning at its departure, and receiving both martyrs through its portals. During that long, hot and never to be for- summer when President Garflold ay betweeu "two worlds," the Nation became aware of the deadly malarial influence which hung about tho White House. But all through that period these three men never deserted their poets for a single day, although each ono wa suffering intensely. In conversation with tho writer, Colonel Dansmore said: " It is impossible to describe tho tortures I havo undergone. To be compelled to mile and treat the thousands of visitors who come here daily w ith courtesy whon one is in the greatest agony requires a tremendous effort. All that summer I had terrible headaches, heart-burand a stifling sensation that sometimes took away my breath. My appetito was uncertain and 1 pains in the small of my back. I was under the doctor's care with strict instructions not to go out of the house, but I remained on duty nevertheless. You nould be surprised to know the amount of quinine I took; on some days it wa as much as sixteen grains." "And wa Mr. Hirkard badly off, too?" "I should think he was. Why, time aud again we havo picked him up and laid him on the mantel, here in the vestibule, ho was kO used up." "Ye." exclaimed Mr. Iticknrd, " 1 was so weak I could not rie after lying down without help, and could only walk with the aid of two canes, and then iu a stooping position. Oh, we have been in a pretty bad condition here, all of us." " And yet you aro all the embodiment of health," said tho writer, as he lookod at the three bright and vigorous men before him. " Oh, yes," said Mr. IMckard, "we have not known what sickness was for mora than a year." "Have you some secret way of overcoming malaria and its attendant horrors?" " I think wo have a most certain way," replied Colonel Densiuore, "but it is no secret. You se, about two years ago my wjfe began to grow blind, and I was alarmed at her condition. She finally became so she could not tell whether a person were white or black at a distanco of ten feet. One of her lady friends advised her to try a cer'ain treatment that had done wonders for her, and to make a long story shorty she did so and was completely cured. This induced me to try the same means for my own restoration and as soon as I found it was doing me good I recom mended it to my associates and wo have ,u been cured right here in the stronghold of malaria and kept in perfect health ever Rinoe ny means oi urner's bate Cure. Now I am not a believer in medicines in general, but I do not hesitato to sav that I am satisfied I should have died of Bright' disease of tbe kidneys before this had it not been for this wonderful remedy. Indeed, I use it as a household medicine and give it to my children whenever they have any ailments." n Yes," exclaimed Mr. Pendel, " I use it in aiy family all the while and have found it U14 most efficient remedy we have ever employed. I know of very many public men who are using it and they all speak well of it." " I weigh 1& pounds esid Mr. mv physicians told Utckard, "and lse over a year ago I could not hopo to recover I weighed Hi pound. Under sueh influences joj can not wonder that I consider this the medicine before the American people." Tbe abovi statements from these gentlemen need no comments. They are voluntary and outspoken expressions from attires which are the highest in tbehuid. Were thora the slightest question regarding their authenticity thoy would net be made public, but as they furnish such valuable truths for all who are stiff? ring, we unhesitatingly publish them for the good of all. bwn temat P"8"1 -- ys miU.Detroif Free Press. Miss Is as good as a l, "d ,u.uT CHAVTKB I. il sicians: Ask any or all of the most eminent phy"What i the best awl only rrmoi tnat okid-iitsaiul body-guar- po-tssi- Uood-staino- d STfofc- ul Ltunba?o, llackiths, lleadarhe, Toothache, Sore Throat, SvreUlu?, Nprnlns, , ISrulaei, llurn, Nciildt. Krot :.-And JU1 Other BODH.TT PAINS and ACHES. Soil byliSKi-'j- i and DeaJen orerrhrra. Vilij Cent! abott!. Directions In 11 Lancuncw. ciiakayem a. CO.. (Saoceewr to x. yugelcs a co. ; Baltimore. Kd. . TJ. S. A. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica por, is'jst UUKLU - GREAT jftV the tooklek L u unitary organs; wich as Brttjat'a disease, diabetes, retention or i'saliilty to r. tain nrii' and all the discuss and ailments peculiar to Women" "And th.-- will tell you cxplfeiUy and cmpliatu.il v "Buchu." " Ask the same phvslekm3 "What h tho most reliable and surest cure for all iiver diseases or dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, malaria, fever, ague, ox., and they will toll you: " Mandrake I or Dandelion I" Hence, when these remedies are combined with others oqually valuablo And compounded into Hop Bitters, such a wonderful and mysterious curative power is developed which Is so varied in its operations that no disease or ill health can possibly exist or resist its power, and yet it Is Ilnrmlens for the most frail woman, weak-ciavalid or smallest child to use. ) con-stipab- tl at "For Best Window Shade Fixtures." Award Southern FxhiMtmn. chapter stilt, iHZ. U2vmm EITHER For years, and given up by physicians of Bnght's and other kidney diseases, liver complaints, severe coughs called consumption, have been cured. Women gone nearly crazy! From agony of neuralgia, nervousness, v akef uiness and various diseases peculiar to women. Almost dead or nearly djtaj" II. ratleati n "STOP" or" BALANCE." EVKKy WUIIUTl 4S3 Brcidmj. Hw Tort felt-sover- MANY MTLIilOlSrS TN TJSE. SOLD People drawn out of sliape from excruciating pangs of rheumatism, Inflammatory and chronic, or suffering from scrofula N:arI 1 STEWART H1RTSH0RH, I Frrslp. M 8n!t rtw lira, blood poisoning, iadtgcstioa. anl to (art almoM atf diseases frail'tr?:fe, be found In c labrlr by IIar twn curedn. Hop ry i ighb-rhu- Bitten, proof of whleh ran In tne known world MOOEBN SyRGlRYT Amputation Within Three Inches of the Hip Jolut! Itecovery Duo to the L'o of t, Dr. Kennedy's l'avorite Itemedy, (Kou-dou- Health andJHappiness. 2f. V.) O 3P O&OIAF I DO iS OTHERS HAVE DOME. Money is tho universal necossity, and none but a cynic or a fool will affect to despise it. Mr. Abram Ellsworth, of Tort Ewen, Ulster County, N. Y., hail realized this truth. His disease involved the wholo of his thigh bone, and the suffering man look- up by 13 best doctor In I Jwere, after 1 --hadW. a. brn eirvn itcctanlc, Ionia,SUch. 9 Dertraux, I was not tpc to lire."- - Mr. M. 1L B. Goodwin, EL Christian ilrmiter Clereliuid, O. &e.. disordered? Are Your Kidnevsfrom my (rrao, 3 It I Kldnr Wnrt brought mo Ektnry ed forward, not without apparent reason, to death as his only deliverer. His family physiciau refused to amputate the limb asserting that the operation would kill the patient on the spot. Dr. David Kennedy, of Rondout, X. Y., who was consulted, held a different opinion and amputated the limb. The Doctor then administered freely his great Blood medicine, FAVORITE REMEDY, to afford tone and strength to tho system, to prevent the return of the disease, and Mr. Ellsworth remains to this day in the bloom of health. This gentleman's diseaso was the offspring of foul bloo 1, and Dr. David Kennedy's FAVORITE REMEDY punned tho blood and restored to him the power once moro to enjoy his life. Are you suffering from any dfce&te traceable to the samecuuse? Try FAVORITE PEMEDY. Your druggist has it. Oi,e dollar a botle. Bear in mind the proprif tor's name and address: Dr. Duvid Kennedy, Rondout, Now York. atr AreWoyour nerves nrrona wMknfwi "weak? me t rurd td fr.ra vou Briht's Disease? Have Wort nrrd wlwn my water was "XWney liio chilt and "Kldnev-Wort th-- a I rank like blond." io Jut Wilson, reabody, Jlaas. crer Suffering from Diabetes ?I bars Utile i,i.: atatemt ul remtdr used. Glvea aluuxt Immediate relief." nr. rauiip c. umiv.ii, iioatton, v t. ( after Complaint? KHave you Liverchronic cured m vf i Liitr Diseases "Kidney-Wort 3 I prayed to die." Henry Wont, late Cal tb Sat Guard, X. T. larao aching? Is your Back lame andwhen I wasso bottle! cured me I bad to roll out of bed." C iL. Tatauase, xuwatncee, his. and lortorlnr. ftr yean cf unraereesfnlWilluunstown, Jt worth West Va. Uodcts, Are you uonsupateav cared m eTacuations and am 1 "Eldner-Wcr- Havo you Kidney Disease? -kidneys made meseocdlaUrer Kidn f Wa. bax."-Stoo alter t &ue easT I yeora nae ui ocar t mrormn." ePEe5"i5s 4B Jo tela jft S? ! rtlf ihr system. "SdneT-'i'or- i !iE9r CUWIATE3 Al! who havceijCTl- j Sgjf to-da- y, ihn b-t rjicra ana WHneftBra the eflVee of Iloatrt-tc- r' Stomach Bluer bnik-r- n ihiib the w down, df 'puidlnj; victims of dnvrpela. Itver t impUtut, t c rr anil atcw, rhrainn-- i lim. norTousde-Mlity- , or premature know tbat In thi nipTem1 ionic th' f nd a ramedy I hae you Havebaa doim jvlalaria?any tuaa Are you Bilious? other bolr erer used In ist pracrtre." Dr. R. K. CUrt, Soottt Hero, Vt. ', i Tadwy-Wor- t hen doue m more pod than any otfcer resaedy I Iuto ever taken." Kra. J. X. OaBoway, Hk Fla Oregon. S Are you tormented "vvith Piles? pUea. Dr."W ' KVne rforaiM id' ! it to me " Owo. U. Uorst, Cakbicr M. lianJc, Myatatown, Ta. Are you Rheunaatism racked? die by t.liyaictaii and nI h t.U-.-I e fen fc STOHLAQH, nm l.ra the en .. itfver f ihr lr. uL.e.aaueffectaaii i .eoific pi'r-clj.l- e J sjb"- - red thtrtT Tears." '1 Jcolm, V est Bath, iWae- t. T.oi?ioi! w PnW y nil "WOT! TptWt ilWWuw-iuu nm rrnii crnffortaCf? I i iuort-fc nrn si- - fill.' i i..a a x, 1 le -i MwlCe, V y IS To jglTMBBIg te TIWIE. PMMil. If you vsroiO.-- I)leR," Ssoft aad ir-- . ent nod ciirs a.1 tUIa and '" ecur. a wh I an lf.ii Complexion, usl !' reaitn, lane i::d iVWitrTlLn'i The Dlood Cl.ea:iszr. Bar-io- h Disease 1 aromaf ic Alum Sulphur Soap. sent on rec. Ipt SYldby Drneglsts One caKe wi.. n a 'nss. of S!5ecni Jtanulacmrer. 2uH horth wm. DKEYD'M'PKI. I'ruat Street. I'uliad. l, li'a. T- . n 'Pi "' Laundry Soap f jr S V.utinjr,S CU '''Merlnb. Wolonai.d DR. DAVID 138 KENMEDY'S lS 1'iunii ."iiup. Sold or all wholesale . -- growers and - -- . first-cla- retailers. Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer. Com-plot- It I entirely dl Cerent from all others. I Is as clear a water, and as ta name Indicar s l a perfeu Vegeta ly fn'e theVaa I. wU iinra. dlau Its natural co.or. We Uair Restorer to pray MEDY l'lensnnt to Tulic, hair from ad dandruff, restore and produce a niWRrowthvihexT It has faben off. V docs not In any manner affict the htaith, whuhsul phur. sncarof lead and nJ'rate of sllTer hlr druBKlaJ have done. It wU tianse Usht or fadedyour In a few davs V a beautiful Klotsy brown. AsK is , fur U Eaoh bottle andwarranted. Jko. D. X 1. d: C X Ceittkxtoj.-bos. craclnnau, O., Ioccrful to Cure, And "Welcome la tci-- Home. 7 Ikk KIDMEY XX.-CAUTIONir- XX As BLUE FLMNEL Kidnoys-absolute- are sold as the "Eenutiw Jllddlescr." whlin are no' miMbyUiatnllll. Tlie illddlesei Companj, In orde toprowctthilriustomerand the public 'sin-- notice that hereafter all Clothlngnisde from THE FtAX'VELS AhU TAUIITCLOTII3. soldijr a.l leading clothiers, mm t bear the "SILK. HAGET.S. "furnished by the ScIUne Asents to all parti' eordcrtr.c hecoods. Of Inferior Quality of Goods Garments sew-sha- (l WENDELL, FAY &. CO., sin.T.TVO ACrKTS. MTDDIESEX: COMPAXT. k W? FTankl.n St., S BOandSS W PI .adc m'a. ten n lie: on :u( n ng J W HRSHHb M? iSl W&iaSSA 'I"iiirior. IlHl 3 ,b Wm sssa -- jc. 4J 71 b th ca?s. afai ;es fording permanent relief In a ,' c sescauoea Dyiaipnniy?issLe.-'3t f tin blood, snen asJClaConncr. ltlnddcrnnd I.lvr-- c Complaints,women.p. cullarlo stlpntlnn and IVrakuee where all O'hcrmedi- ItcroTfs snccesifni In caves etn s had total T fa'led No sufferer should despair as lins as this remedv Is nnf ried. It lias an unbroken success for many years, andhaswonhosu of wa-- friends Areyjnanff. Hrg from aar disease traceable to Kcnnetlv stakes hrr3i.uienTi ,1,. a'-- If id. bis persona' and prof' lonal reputation on tfaestate- wuj oo jon kuuu. r nfnat Torite iicraeuy F' r sl'' by aildnijntlft, or wrlteto Jlr. JlavM ftP-. ffc -ni mih Kanilmil, and LIVER CURE! PriTor-IteKenirily Ilr. Kenneily'sadapted to Is a't lr. X". "V. irosrria7TTT33. KerabMshrd, "T Ini irporasetl. Furllie and Skin DlsEasrs. wtrlouttte useof tnlfeorlisarr HkJOD, and I rt'e rain Fir 13T0RXATIC',I. CtKf ILIS AXD ItEKZBEr IS, adJlTIS l'O.VD, Aurora, Kane Co.. 111. II K. C Jreof CiincerK, Clcera, Scrxifulu PAPILLON COUCH CURE, d m A doiiclous syrup, perfectly liarruless, that cures that distressing affliction, whooplne; rfrtrtfiisSiJiT'Rit days. It prevents the paroxysEL&STJD TRUSS cough, lna lewwliich causes tho whoop. Bron, I J aagsrails Has a Pad different f mm all 0U1- - mal coushlng-chial or ordinary cough, so prevalent in childers. Iiciid sbat. with Self-A-d liall In center, adapUlt M'SEKSIStCjjf jiutin nil positions of the body, hood and old ape, U permanently cured with tef to the boll In tbe enp press.; TRUSSJf while this simple syrup, that Is purely vegetable, back the intestines Just as a and can bo administered to Infants without tb nAralvn ftriuM Yirlth thn 1rtror With rjRht pressure the Hernia la held securely dr and Elightest danger. It relieves ard cures whoopnight, and a radical cure ltlscaT durable and ing cough at once, also any cough of children cbesp. benthymsU Circulars rree. ECCLESTON YRUSSCO.f 60 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. or adults. This syrup is a positive and permanent cure. Wo aro constantly In receipt of testimonials, and reports from physicians and js s,y " 4 KV druggists, praising the efficacy of this dollcioui CBItS WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. syrup. If your child has a cold a few doses of Beat Cough fayrup. Tartearood. I Papillon Cough Cure will prevent a contagious Use In time. Sold by dregjisls. malady. For a haoWngnightcough'.thls remedy is superior to all others. Price, 5L0O per bottle, six for 53.00. Direc"THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." tions in ten languages accompany every bottle. tNGKES. by all druggists. TUDCCUCDC F.I II in. r!,,!, g liingl nr.C,On,na Whs1 I37-For- sale VimPowen chxirHullcrs (S!5$5?,"lIl',pUoni. WritforFiia.nllma.raniphlet aad Prices to The Auunaa Taylor Co. MansCeld. Ohio. e. g d Iecl 9 rV t "- MC7. liox.rv DTXIT 5 BFinO EIJttK - sjus rW'Brasa biutaakk KsMtra, ' k"t kM wninfnUibU cure for iIlM. wm Drrpuld br nui i Mmrks fru. Ad. 'A'XAKESI.S." " Anakpsis" SlTrl'ifTf iurk POISON In the cloodtsaptto show Itself in the Spring, and nature should by all means be assisted la throwtcj It off. Swift's EpeclSc does this effectively. It I a purely vegetable, remedy, which helps nature to force all the poteen or tatst out throcsh the ports of the skin. Mr. Robert A. Easier, of Diek$bn; Tenn.. writes. undur date March iu, liM: "I had chilis and fever, followed by rheumatism, for three .years, aothstlwaa not able to attend to rny business; had tried almost every kind of medicine, and found no relief. A friend recomnvo'led SwUt'a specific. I tried on bottle and my hearth, btganto improve. I continued unul Ibadtaksnslxbouirs. and 1 baa set me on my feet, as so anil and well as ever I recomnsended It to all similarly afilcted. ' Our Treatise on Blood and SWn Diseases inalledfrea t ) appllcan-s- . THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Drawers, Atlanta, Ca. X.Y.offiie, jjjTy- S3d3u bet. 6th and 7th Avenues. eanrassin;. Address WestkbX AST A. X. WWEJf UUa K.- -I CtX, TaX.. a , n r lrf, - k aMiT Ik " AJaJL low-cut- !., -' hat Wk hi jirku i ul ii "S rism la L.a.L.&SlTHtU.,irests,l'a!sUae,lla A Ti ssssi - ssr asarftrt k ill f l cross-legge- d free. CUBCIiN PLBLlSlIIXG tOMPAXY, 3YPE--WRrrn'- tr A flP MTQ "WAJTCSD. Fastest rcUiriff books. Circulsrs AUiJlt 1 a Larp bt prafltatocanTasscn. Caicaoa w ni SCflRMTEli:TSAPaY. or SHOET-HAXHEEE. Mttrattoasf I fV 1 Adurts V iTfisEEuos .Jan. sn .!e,V la PS. J. C. EOFFICAlf, JETF1S3 Bur-UngtO- EgSo"EREc?OPiy Good y wigcoKsrs. aiABST m 5?!. to Write Agent. 51 selling our flue. JJo..U fc Itlble. "deC ilcLliniyACo., Cincinnati, O. &fntniS P01" 'week 'or ladlos or goats. J. 0lU IU MsJ Work done at your own home, X for- OO le. SZOO TVholeaale and retail. Send for price-list- . Roods sent C O. I) Wlea mado to order. K. BUHXHAAI. Tl State Street, Chlcaeo. Pay ir FAIR St. Louis, Ua, OS1. $65 A JIOMIl nael BOARD for torss IK Tsunf Urn er Ladlst, ia task caur.tr. Ad. tss f. ?0 rWlaittlAka. nseiu pleaseuyyou jar. TTRITINO TO uv Use ns!vrirtIlwaH ! ADYXRTMEB4 rG 4 K ! ii. eSSi: aaattft3aasKn3s5ran3i.-BgugateiafcX- f rrttmi rMHHi2bMY5Z3tz3lcr':'v9f',,1B CJjj-ggammtj-JVIItttaeg'( jggj-i.3atare.t- a LOCAL isTEWS. Tho college Who next. The Straw I.arut-- t s boom revives. the CIeaePt Stock of ever shown in Hickmnn. at .imJ Plaut's. July w- - Carl Scliurz will actively canvass against Blaine. Rev. Henry Ward Bbeeher will not vote for Blaine. . Speaker Carlislo thinks that Congress will certainly adjourn by 1. ChrcIicnS, &c we buy country Produce , anil pnv Butter, Egc, & FUQUA cash price UtHOW. ,upon her duties as State Librarian last week. Mr. Erasmus D. Tansilj an old citizen of Weakly county, Tenn.. is dead, Mrs. Bob Isler, and Tecbudi Swayno, are visiting relatives in lilTa. Roger iranson eufered Paducab. ilrs. A. 31. Hicks, principal of the Clinton Baptist college, is visiting Hickman. r 'mo (io eminent rppinna-- j &X)JHljUii li movement oi the Ilickman harbor is now a lixed' GS r.. 4fcp :c!.rC, Sulkier n fact, and wo hope the woikw!!1! Turfman, as Oan? ills. be done forthwith, bat the Cor-- ' t lil III l.!t Jt$ bo V'fuonline.l. flKl.tr;; K !. HCtnl ( .Ml, 2Io ts.ll- w lUFAt is not JHlvised vlicut v ill & its It ttufoi-- lit alter. - commence. Tuesday evening last, the occaThe Ilickinuu umro- to call around and sec our secowl Stock of Spring Good, for wc liavc nion of the Leap Year Dance Lpriaiiou is in Iho regular river and Sf to thi. World een our hou.--e happy lioursloascaviid harbor bill, and is mil united at to Danwli.b, Tnd., Juno 9. Gen. a all comjvelled, on account of our tremendous trade, to brought branches. joyous a throng of ounr folks a? amonnt exactly on the same foot- Abe Bufovd, of Louisille, suiciThe wholesale market at present, is very weak, and we were enabled to ever assembled in Ilickman. ing as the appropriations for Hew ded isere this moruing. The suibuy goods, in every department much lover than same goods Were bought Splendid music, elegant to:lots, Oilcans, KatcheK and .Memphis. cide occurred at 8 o'clock at the excellent management, pretty '& If done, and done in time, it will residence of B. T. Buford, where earlier. Our fctore was never fo replete with inviting bargains, as at present, cos, and happy heaits, ruled tho be of incalculable value to the he was visiting. (Jen. Buford camo hour. Tho wholo affair was under town of llickumii. Our jieople over from Louisville last Wednes- nor our goods of more desirable quality. Turner, our Mem- day aud expected to remain for the management aud control of owe Hon. XTTtll the ladies, and in every motion ber of Congress. :l great debt of the races, which are to take place i' ir .Fil movement and arrangement, flieir friendship, tor his efforts in onr this week. His manner since his KastfWcuaCj WflVa zJi exquisite tasto was displaced. The behalf. Thi1 river and harbor bill arrival had been that of a person hall was bcautitully decorated hos not yet parsed, but reports in deep studj, but his intimate Our .nvn. of jrvvj uoous emoraces all the leading styles, and are un wiih flowers, the floor waxed, tho aro so favorable that there ap- friends didn't suspicion that he inBurpatMed for elegance, unequalled in variety, and are tended to make away with himself. gentlemen escorts provided wifh pears no doubt that it will. below all compc This morning he announced his M.HH. m prtre. iho attention oi the ladies is especially invited to our botiilenairs carried to and from the dpiiee in carriages, and e rj thing We have heard it rumored intention to go to Chicago, as ho Superb Stock. could go to make that a movement is on foot amoiur said tho he.n y rains would pre- anticipated that up the pei feet i omul of plcasiiro the colored people to organise a ctt any races here for some dajs.l tie then returned to his room, t.mt gieeted each and every atten- Strike of iho- cooks and dant. The following is a list pf for higher wages and that where lie had been but a few minthe Jaily participants with their meetings arc heid Wiring to that utes, when the report of a ievolv-o- r White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, Parawas heard, and when the family sols, Hand kerchiefs, happy escorts: end. Tnese fHatemen.s we make Tis, liiLhotw, and Notions of all descriptions, our Mr. Geo. Warren and Mrs. II. E. Millet. on rumor only. The wages paid found him he wnb iu a dung con styles are the lalttl, and our prices, the IokmI. ' ' for such services aro aiieady aa dition, huitgshot himself through. Gray Silk. "Welch and Mis3 May Underwoed. tewasMwfcgtttoPirttt GAY AND HAPPY. - SX,Th f lion i'o'-th- !' IfSlffiggf TmF e Iifil re-sto- ck mm ra w Fi i-- 3H -A H yWMWf llllll nv vT$ - -- --t, 't ffl . sia&W m 1 fl 1 The old PLAtfT lTn,,to c;n :.. i. ... This is what the pcopl say gJ to J laiits to buy tnods cheap. The hirgest, the greatest variety of Stock, carric d bv any house in this to call and see their immen.ee Stock of Embroideries, Laces, Uloves, Hosiery, Neckwear, Falls, &c. Their Stock and low Prices will catch you. are-solicit- Ladies Os-'ji- r H Vits wsvwLiwn rxjjjg wanber-womo- u White Goods5 Embroideries, mhQmmF &c. Hihjeountiywith can Association of tho Red Crost. Irom itu President, Mi&s Clam Barton, who has been engaged iu the relief work alouir the lower Mis- sisippi, State that tho m now moving blow 1.7 up ihe Ohio river wiih a Ited Cross steamer, on her n Djestlo-brinhome. Siio btops at oat of Pure white. per cent in quality by buying s the way plnecs whete much Mr. Seamon and Miss Seamen. Pure still exihls, and has furnished white. E.T. GARDNER'S. Robert Buchanan and Miss lime Goald-cr- . hundreds of destitute families with Tito average increase, per Dotteil mull. household supplies that could not county, of the common schocl Harry Millet and Missel Maggie Warren otherwise have been acquired in and cream fund to bo distiibuted under tl e and Cora "Uuderwotd. Blue months. Sao repous vast iiacvs Nunsveiling. new law will bo over $2,000. and Mia Loa Montgom- of eouniy iu rie iower Missistap-p- i David Stewart For 23 Cents you can buy a 50 Cent Straw ery. Blue satin. Valley its still under water and Hat, at S. W. Lauderdale and Miss Fannie Clay. the suffering as extreme. Plain's. Much stock must perish notwithstandThe Tennessco Democrat'c Pure White. Tom Thomas and Miss Josephino Miller. ing tho timely Government aid and Convention to nominate a Govern- Pure white. Pure White. geneious responses to ihe Ilcd or, will meet In Nashville, Jure Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Shaw. Kufus Doilds and Miss Lirzie Gardner. Cross appeal. She is "till slipping 18. Gov Br.to will be White mull. supplies to local societies feoulh, without opposition. Elgin Wilson and Miss Mary Laweon. and will keep one gencial ac.it A common school trustee wr.s Pink tarlatan. Diamonds. in tho held until the calls for help Samuel Thomas and Miss Clara Witting. elected in this District, last Satin cease. day, but the returns have not ytt White tarlatan. Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. Wallace, Jr. White A I'rHctim; CliriHtluii. reached this oflice. It was a got d mull black otersuit. - L sinan, no doubt, Mr. and Mrs. David Burnett, and Misi Froci tt Clii o lute- - Of an Therein a lurce mamifacturer fel rcrj-- warm and by, Arfdin KKtnpr. White mulla. , drop mi aiicjtjpr a 'dof Iic must OolnmbM, Ohio, who is a pac- Lemonade in ihe cilv Ui y "mjU ''a gln. tical Christian in his methods ! "FUQL'A & DtiiCrtY. Cream bunting. 0w Black sUk. iSuuday base ball have become Mr. and Mrs. Fr. nellncr. II. G. Yeunor, the well known Dr. Outten and MUs Jtssie Outtec. Pure one of the great evils ot that city, Canadian Weather Prophet, is white. and efforts are being made to dead. Though he was only xhbty-fon- r Mr and Mrs Reno. Wbie tailatan. Calling the t00 men C. CaldwoU and Mis,i Jeesle break it up. Prof. years- old. but few mei.V, Cook, ofB.Carlisle, 111. Pure vhite. Pel employed in his factories togethnames arc more familiar than h s, jewelry. er, he aniionnci d to them that tle Mr Eico and Mrs. Henry Buchanan. factories would s'rtt dow.i nt 3 r Prof. Devine, tonsorial artist, Black silk. x. every Saturd.i;, withoiir i educlias opened a shop on Water srei t, Harvey Effinger and Miss Matlle tion of wages if each woik.nau in rear of Mr. Brown'.s groceiy, Blue mull. and is ready to servo customers ltobert Ozinent and Miss Mnttic Adam, would iefu.se to attend b:ie h:U . .1 "' with an elegant shave, huir cut- Blue ailk tarlatan oversmit.Nettie Kirkpil games on binuav. 'ihov Willie Itan3g9 and Miss 1i the proposition with c!-ting, &c " ' rick. Bine mull. itmnUi'. crs gei.trallv would giv.v . ..., Grant, Conkling, Edmunds and Willie Powell and Misa Lou Dit!elrint. their employes thougutiut attenLincoln, so far refuse to endorse Pure Nunsveiling. Misa Lirzie Knotrr, tion they might wis-elwork grea Joo Witting Blaines' nomination. They are si- Cream mull. and reforms. No enipbr Iomcs by lent. Thoy may support the tickD. W. C. Amberg and Mrs. Addie Jones. studying the best interests of his et, and probably will, but it will bo Black satin. Miss Carrie May Garret employes. re-nuk. Bradley and MioS Eunico in larger towns, aud if the strike iK made will only flus.rate the Pink Satin. gU JlyheU CASH PRICE paid for 11 15. Alexander and Mrs. Mollie housewife for a day or two at most. WOOL and FEATHER, Black lace over pink. Diamonds. ALEXANDER .J HAXWRLL. Glarance Landruni and Miw Mittic Wo learn that arrangements Thero are only 25 postoflices Taylor. White Mull. Qoilder. are being made to have tho old Jos. K. Muse and Miss Marion qvqr 50 emGibraltar district thoroughly aud . .'Ta, ?: ployes. York oflico has Silk. ' G. Johnson. and MnTMoUiBMaxwell. earnestly aroused in the approach"W. l,50o. oversuiu . ? ing Presidential olectiou, and that Tink satin-lac"Don't von fonrct it." 1'lnnt U Howard Maxwell and MwWorence J o Blackburn, Senator Bock, Gen. Johnson. Black satin. the bottom out of prices. Williams, Col. Breckinridge, and K. E. Millet and Miea Belle Baseett. other distinguished Democrats, Eighteen leading Republican Cream Mull. papers in Xew York refuse to supThomas Dillon and Mils Katie Krogman. will make speeches, and that a seBlue atin. ries of Darbecuos will be given in port Blaine. Jack Millet and Misses Lorena Scott and tho different counties, prosecuting Miss Josephino Miller, of Caiio, Nannie Warren. White Batins. a campaign hotter'n a lime kilu. HI., is visiting friends and relaHammic Johnson and MifaBettie Dodds. Blue mull. tives in tliis city. liepublicans everywhere are IVchudic Swayno and Miss Alhe Uodds repudiating Blaine aud Logan, but Wheat harvest in this county White mull. Clint Ellison and Miss Adelle Allen. two thirds of the present kickers is now upon us, and pretty weathCream Nunsveiling. will finally swallow the ticket. If er is much desired. Geo. Bartlett and Miss Eddie Hoagland. tho Democrats make a popular During tho present session of Tartalatan. Caldwell. nomination many of them willholp C. congress ii),uuu bills have been Pink H. Wilson and Miss MollU tho Demo crate. mull. introduced, ami about 100 passed. Henry Cowgill and Mrs. Frankle bmith. Pearls IJUtross mi ilia J.nnor Silsnlftittpl. The cold wave this week has White.Kirknatrick and Misa Anmco tffin Joe overcca;a enjoyable, and rror nini Silk. made Lctteis recoivod by the AmeriRobert McCutcbcn. Pra-the- r. Crcaui Satin. Diamond. J M. Tttuhoriuoreuiau for similar work the head wuh a self-- Thoew o cocking revolver. ITe was sitting in a chair at tho time he fired tho shot with his foot resting on it lit arc Headquarter for " Shots. Our make of Gents and Ladies trunk, and died without a strug- fine Shoes cannot be excelled fi beauly, nor equalled in durability. Every in gle. Tho following btatoment was. patrwarraiuea. found on a table, which had fYo also call the attention of the gentlemen to our really elegant styles just bcon written fffCffnTHng and Furnishings. If you are not posted in the latestfashion-aM- e Das'viij., Ind., Monday, a.m. cuts, a visit to our store would do you good. In gauze and balbrig-ct- fi in latest style to close at 50c, sell anywhere of $1.26. B.T. Bufonl: Underwear, fancy Ties,' Collars, etc., we carrv . the day. , Don't fail to.sec our nobby 25.00 "suits the best fitting Goods in tht Dear Sir Be not iffrighted, I uiitu uu .. .. , : .l iLombmed with the.se, JjOW rricis ov which we are lamous) make market. And "don't you forget it Plaut will cut any mans prices- home to go to aivl prefer death to a ther struggle with lifo. Mjcnw m too . qiute a formidable array. We pc, mil no house to sell closer than ice do for heavy. 1 can't keep it out of the dii3t we are the Leaders and fakers of Low Prices. Sond ray body to my brother, J. II. Buford, ovi-dent- ly :- JlfeSiig -- in all shades to suit everybody from 25c, to 55.00. In this line they can't bo surpassed by any market. Lace Curtains, Oil Curtains, Marseilles quilts, Carpets, Matting, Rugs, &c, in great variety, at prices that never fail to please. Just replenishing their large stock of Ladies, Misses and Childrchs Pinafore and other styles ofslippers and shods. Don't fail to see Plaut's flue hand sewed FRENCH KID, the handsomest ladies shoe in the town. The gentlemen are reminded that we are still selling a number one all Wool suit tor $7.50, worth anywhere $10.00. Our 10.00 suits aro nob bies, wen worm lo.UUU. Three dofcen nice white Ij e s alii ds Vest & i nj-f- ',. '. o-e. -- .- Lexington, Ky and inny God have mercy on my bewildered sonl. My troubled and those of my brother, Tom, havo driven me inad. A. Bcroim. Besides tho above was the fol- ALSXAIS'DSJB & MA2SWELX- - PLAUT BROS. -xos - 00. lowing: several evenings bright sparkling " Harrv Ezzell. of GreenGeld, Tenn., nrtrl Miss Lou Wilson. Black satin. iires were necessary. Jamea Dsdds and Miss Katie Walker. Elder Pottif, tho distinguished White. Baptist debater, will occupy the Charles Kingman and wife. Uarnot pulpit at tho Baptist church, Sun- satin. Willie Battier and Miss Came Ramage. day next, at the usual hour. Pink mull. You can save 25 per cent in pric. and Eddie Ellison and Miss Mena CO FUK2CI-TUllEat en me to despair; have lost my only chance to relievo my unfortunate brother and self, and tho future is too dark for me to struggle against any further. I wain my body sent to Lexington, Ky. ; my frieuds there will put it along side of my dear wife and boy. Peace to all the world, ami may God havo mercy on my troubled soul. A. Buford." "iiy financial troubles have drivK r Who Made the Low Prices? irtr - CJ&J WXUcJUl ;bab J Jtut received, n fine selection of Y BUGGIE also friend? attd tho public c have WE nnriounce to our of all kinds of Furniture, generally, that trade of just received parties and s!icit the immense stock We can ehow all of Furaitur P es ! rih-ingtob- ur. stjles of Furniture in plain and fane. Also, a fine line t'i!ili:ipr to-da- y i.uuicliN. J AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. feitfe ?, Sper ml Diipnt. h to the Comiirrriai ilis-tres- ing informed Curtis had united with tho Arthur men in a demand for the roll call of individuals on temporary Chairmanship contest at Chicago. Eos- coe Oonkling threw back his head! and laughed Heartily, saying: "It has always been n most amusing thiug to me to fee a doctor swallow hi own medicine. There is evident! v a great deal of bitter stuff going down the throats of some people at Chicago just now." Mr. V. W. Corcoran, the mill-o- Philadelphia, June On be that Geo. Wm 4. &er Good of all grain is my line. CkII and Examine. PitlCJS Low. Will not bt Vte propose to make our pricea to suit the spirit of the times. You can rcat assured uttmold you need never leave our hou?e to look for cheaper goods. Wc propose to sell as lew a U I also hare the finest lino of UNDERTAKERS G0OD3 over brought to any retail 5. Furniture store in tho ''Purchase. Iljekmn. Ctmtn.nfr politely gerred on hort notice. Very respectfullv, I FK VR KO COMPETITION, AS MY GOODri OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR BIIOHTXESK LAST WHLN RIVALS FADE AWAY. fton'i forget the place, on the oppo'Uc corner from I'laut Bra'e. & Co., under tho New CfTY HALL Gie nc cU before bjyiug ekwher. CSTS.ore room3 in new Odd Fellows building. ean dp ml ujon ending arv thing in my houce that Lj kept in afirstclnM 25?All kinds of Repairing done on short nolice, nnd in a workmanlike style. Al) we are prepared to give special inducements as FBRXITUKK STORK. fLl T. F. WJLLBURN & CO. : RespGctfutty, W, mm Contractors and Builders of Houses. S3 ft ft lS' W .! cm wv -- Jhi i:;lBi"2:BSJSJSli ire banker aud ph:..ruhropisi. utj to tiwiuijjjiu, is aiu ..... ue4.-extvM u 'K ltlflplT. rc.....l .f l.! H' "CTJ BllltSin. . "1 VIfac. that his - i 'ftK'lli glories m the was only a poor, lionest slH i...vj v 1 1 fi tl v m m & IBS sSii. a& riSfij jSiiSj hy HSOKMAN, UO-J-5C BSXTyjCKir. itw? . :& id 17 ! iui- -1 ??j That,vo are 5till ahead in this market with the onr? IIA3 Pi.it'Klv r BKKN RSCEXTLY ! er, and ho ronssure tho old c I mmm Pc bier s shop sign board among i choicest possessions, ilr. corau's health ie unusually uo r this spring. i i in tlvia flactioa. aaife?idBfchrat.Ct Appointed hotolaI'roprieior. WwB ia. Attia&iMJa;!., WAT tinv.t tt n.invtumt it rirAr ' w PIN'LAROCD, REFITTED, REFURNISHED fi1rftail w nHnnliva jm - Ui-fo- Ii. icr-e1.- t An y,tul tit none fcrnilnC Edward Shepherd, of liarrwburg, IU., ay. "Havit.g receive! so muih JxnvUt from Electric Bitten, I feel it niv dutv to let Buffering humanity kiHivr it H:iu had) a runumi; cxirc on my leg. for uirhl yearn xuy doctor told me I Hon Id have to Lave; the bone 8crajJeI or leg am pat at ed. I used, instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and ueven hoxe Buck len Arnica Salve, and niy Ug in now sound and well " Ulectrio liitters are sold at fifty cents a bottle, and Iiucklen'a Arnica Salve at 25c. per byi at Frtune' Drug Store. , HERTWECK, BALTZER & GO. MANUFACTURERS O? - C 9 .... TIT A m 4 IT UasaJj, ?i :a'-'- n.- fdt?'.l ;:v- F&rtWL airrSWS 3B - Stock of DHY GOODS ever offered for ale in Ilickman. You can compare our prices and the quality of our Goods to any, and we are satisfied that you will save money by buying from us. Our ClieapestBeiSt aaoLdL fStl r C?sr2MaBK ifefr L a cold support. Misses Lorena and Lizzie Scott, who have contributed so much to tho brilliant onlivenmcnt of nickman society the past few weeks, returned to their home m Paducah, Thursday. Local option carried at tho election in Ballard county, last Saturday. Honceforth no more liquor is to be sold in that county, Tiio gentlemen were, with somo excopt for medicinal purposes. exceptions, dressed in the convenWho says that prohibition is not tional black cloth, whito vests, &c. gaining ground ? A Ntartlliig lUcovcry. 3Iiss Ellon Anderson, who of Huron, Dak.. Mr. Wm. has been absent soveral months, writes thas hisJohnson, been troubled with wife hd has returned home, accompanied ncute Bronchitis for many years, and that by her nieces, the Misses Sherills all remedies tried cave no permanent reKing twins two beautiful young la- lief, until ho procured a bottle of Dr.Coughst New Discovery for Consumption, dies, who will spend somo time and Colds, which had a magical effect, and visiting Ilickman. produced a permanent cure. It is guaran- hite. Mrs. Slattcr and childron, of Winchester, Tenn. All satins. Mry. Wm. Lawson and Andrella. Pink and black ilk. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Monearrat. Pure whi te. Evans and ML Lizzie Beolt, o! Mr. Paducah. Pink satin. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Scoggins. Mr- and Mrs. J. T. Stephens. Mr. and Mrn. II. J. Atwood. Mr. and Mra. K. D. Ialer. Pure Paris (Tcnu.) Intelligencer puts a very pointed question to those llepublicaus who argue that Gen. Grant was the dupe f his swindling partner. Ward, when it asks if they aro aware that they have 'for years been supporting for the highest office in the gift of Tho If you want a fine Black Silk I)rei, go or Bronchial Tubes. Trial Bottles Free al Fortune' to J . Amberg'a Sons, and you can get the Lyons Silk, the lot ever brought lo Hick. Store. Large She 1.00. inan. Call and ace what a Kite you. a burg-ii- Kpcclnl to the l.nlles. teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lung?, Drug we will .iiata ' TUo8tate-Boar-in tion is now J. AjinEKo'a Son. -- of 13minli7.ii- session at Frank fort. Tho Board is not allowed, under the law, to increase or reduce tho aggrogato tax assessment of the State, but to equalize taxes uetwoeu tho counties, it will bo in session about one month. Mrs. S. C. Ruck will be thank. ful to receive orders for cul flowcw, put up to suit each order, in fihape or ntvle. Pa tronage respectfully solicited. Kcaronable prices charged. rested Saturday night last, charged with stealing a horso from JLr. C. II ugldell e Wilbon. Mr; Wilson had called to see somo young ladies in West Ilickman, aud hitched his horse near by. The horse was missed, and parties went in quick pursuit, no was overtaken sev eral miles from town, onthohorso, arrested, brougiit back and jailed. Lynch says that a white man, a si ranger, overtook him on tho road, proffering to loan him tho horse, telling h'm that he had found it go, aud that it would bo probably a muiual favor for him to ride it out. Lynchs' tale appeals a littlo thin, unless somo explanatory circumstances aro developed. His examining trial was held beforo Judge Murroll, Wednesday, and Lynch held to answer the charge Sam Lynch, colored, was ar- There aro abont a thousand convicts in tho Kentucky State ponitentiary; their labor is leased at 40cts per day to a firm that has permission to employ a certain portion of them in constructing railroads. About 500 ot them are so employed at that low rate of wages. low, iluu ,T probably it "',,? belonged to out on the road ho t klfe1 ft f i rl 1 jfe A n .1 ' ' anu lit l a I (Lynch) had to some one Cheapest Store iu town, , Plain's. l,n(V... 41. nf 1,nrIn ofnnlii. ",?. The 3Iethodist District Con the Fulton Circuit ference will bo held at Hickman court. at Buy low, sell wrSB9l7 -- tho church delegates, tho Sunday-schoo- l Superintendents, with one delegate from each school aro members of the body. Thursday will do tno day set apart for Sun day-school July 3rd to Cth. In addition to work. A fire at Paducah, Sunday, destroyed $600 worth of property business bouse?. jJtcKman vountr. rr. A. C. Thomas, one of tho most worthy young men of Hick man, has taken a position as bill",-,- n.Liirmv, t w.--- .iTSl, Cuts, and entry clerk in the wholesale as Bn nlcrfnAii4 The VH ,1 KIk Bruiees, Best Salve in tho rorM for Fever bores, Ulcerj, Salt Kheimi, house "of Claflin & Thayer, St. tain the collego Hands, Louis, Mo Gns.18 a young inan I WOuld lil :e to domorobufttfa Sore?, Tetter. Chapped Eruptions, Chilblains, and posiCorns, and all Skin of hue bus.ness qua hhcations,'i3 all x cau promise tively corcsl'ils.or py required. Jt now ' God Is guarautecd to givenoperfect sattslMtisn, good habits, aud wc wisli him sue-- i bless tho wnrl- ' or mane refunded I'rico 28 oeute psr cess. f j E. Cask, box F.r Ue a. f OBTlTVPS Pr.ijr StttW. h ! I Col. Tom Buford was returned to the Anchorage Asylum lust week. It has boon about nineteen months since his escape, when he left n hale and hearty man. lie returned broken down in body and mind, ins giuut frame wastotl by disease to a skeleton and his haughty spirit utterly cowtho American people a man whom ed by his misfortunes and suffer you now say is such a stupid dolt ings. that ho was incapable of under . Jp standing tho character of a set of There arc rumblings of dissatisrascals and sharpers well known, understood, and avoided by every- faction already in the Kepublicnu body else but him, and that, too, camp. ilr. George William Curnotwithstanding his constant inti- tis announces that while ho will macy aud association with them." not oppose tho ticket nominated at Chicago it will not receive his of support. Six hundrod dollars worth business houses! The editor of tho Courier must think business A reporter of tho St. Louis Rehouses in Paducah aro worth only publican, Edward Fegan by name, twenty-livor thirty cents apiece. on Monday took a dose of Rough Why, man, &G00 wouldn't pay for on Hats and killed himself. Hath-c- r tho water that was thrown on the rough on the reporter. fire. The loss was somothbigovcr $S0,000, and tho insurance compaJust think of it; thero aro more nies have already adjusted about than four hundred men in Xew S 10,000 of the loss. On consider- York Citv who aro millionaires,' able of tho property lost there aud own property from .$3,00O,O00J was no insurance. I'aducah Jfcwt. to 200,000,000. The Ooukier intended to say A marble statute of John 0. $86,000. Calhoon is being made in Italy. wnowiXH th:: It is 10 foet high, and will bo placed on a lofty pedestal in CharlesEditor Courier: ton, South Carolina. In last week's Courier somo tfew York claims to have more ono spats "tho property owners thau a thousand women who specuand certain citizens," for not con tributing to help build the now late in stocks, grain, oils, whisky collego in Hiclcmau. I take a part and every other way known to tho of thtlt articlc to lnV8clf. wliethor sternor sex. "Huuucu ou not, oocauso J. am a friend of education, and have not From now to the close of the helped, and therefore the shoe fits sessiou of Congress look out for mo to a certain extent. I know campaign speoches. my own financial resources. My revenues aro contracted for for There aro now 800 femalo physisometime in advance, but I'm not cians in the United States. only willing but desirous of aidiutun couugo uuierpnse. J. n.HlllU I3 the place to get pure and fincy French . "omy mite toward Candies. 'Ve also keep Oranges, Lemons. ucato tho ni,!,, of town in uananu, Kaieeas, Iute of all Kinds, a which I havo lived so many years. nico line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, vprv nhono. Give us a Vfhich nwwuu,,)uu luuy tsuuscriDe tor call. ttc will fll 4w. me .2u0 in cash, to be forthcoming at tho time I named to vnn mui , Itiicltlou'H Ariilcn .Salic. e coi-:.kgi- :. - feifewf2ii' --" JSJ;:...vf'li W ?f HovJ.sy C V tm is the best that can be bought, and was manufactured especially for us; so we will guarantee every suit to be the latest style, and as low as can be gughtin any retail house. Hickman, Kentucky. XjttfSZ&sA 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. lfe zmzzp iirtii n BTJIX,3DIjSTG- - kKcj 4ivi W a n h SS29SS2SS m2LZ2S3& msmwsm a zsms iri-- MA.TERI.AJL., &g. build-in- g U iH.f tSf We offer special inducements to builders in Doors, Sash, and all material, Paints and Oils. m 3Ta &mm,m3FB mom DEALBB I3ST c The old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of J. W. COWGILL, DUTJGrS, PATEKT Has a splendid slock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, which arc offered at Trusses AND fT fiUS s intfia PBICE, 1 t uid that tlm very lowest tho market justifies. be exactly as represented. All goods guaranteed to MEDJC1N1ES! fui i(sFni'i BiniesBV iflKiu m - f Scpjirtr n A.isrr TDILET-KRTICLES Mr, r!?ei .vir.Nr v i AfmnSSi P-IIST- T S A.3ID The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. The attention of builder- especially desired, as this house will give special inducements. Correspondence eolici ed, &(!. &C, &C filled &C, &C, &C at any hour, day or night. King night ball after 10 o'clos R. B. BEEVARD. M. ;TRE OLD EELIABLE GHAS. A. ffiOLGOMBE. si: a xeii HUGS, W..AJ HENSOtf, LOWER and LOWER. All kinds of Groceries hatna, sides, &0, the cheapesU 1 will not bo JOHN WITTiNO. Undersold. A.t" cd-gu- st FULTON BANK i . sb ; iTrtdi? 1I1I1 i usimn IISI'N'V s mm il linilj ImtJ (I 1 & 3ie: 32s: d jes. isia: JxzT W 1 nxj .as Mil DENTIST, BIGKMAN, KENTUCKY) Wishes to inform the public jjouerully. that he,inHy prepared to do all bind of Dcnt-XtTr1'artiea wialiiiiir furilmr inforina tioliiSfll plci-.- e call at my Office, a'itdoor Vi OF FUIroff KY. Capital, S503000.00. Discounts Taperand Loans Money, Buys ami Sell Exchange on any Toint in tho United Staled, Solicit Accounts of the Puuplo Geitorully. CgJIeelimwaujd Prompt Reiuittancis at Current RatiofExi-hanA. T. MITCHELL, PRBSOttITIO&S QARh FJ t. r i COMPOUXDED'i "fc viui .aticae uonse. Ct. a - !iL?jst&'. -- " 9fc5fl . ?'?$$" 'V, THE HICKMAN COBBIEB. BB1 ... . . . . li r inr.nuM..iAi. a. vJiii.SHS. ..-k mmmfmB&T'' mntjmtfffmMW8PG8MZ3t2SBF a lav "WBWBPHBMBMHIMMIft11' . - - c -- mtiOmWzLi 3 TT L W . t a tUlUllIKS. in mo Lenders of Roth Parties Bl?fder The Dcinocrntio vrfferSH-- .$ Congress, and in 1871 was chosen to succeed Hon. Richard Yatea in tho United States Senate. After serving one term ho ricmitj. returned to his law practice, but THE ItKl'UIJMCAX TICKET. Office Corner room in Laclede House. A Wor.I to the Wise. was again sent to tne senate in Vroui Tfcw York I'rcsn Think. 1879. Ui) to tho breaking out nf Wlint the It is important to theuPnrchase" the civil war, Loiran was an in James G. Blaine, tho Tribune A.. A.. UK A L Ell IX tense Democrat. He was so ul- 3!ivs. nas oeen nomumieu by tho section of Kentucky that its wonJ nine fl. ninliir. PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, tra in his sympathy for tho South, people, and will bo elected by tho derful advantages in the possesJames Gillespie Blaine, of Maine, that it is said, he commenced to For a quarter ot a cen- sion of Koil whoso richness is unwas yesterday afternoon nomina- raise a regiment for the rebellion people. othor candidate has been surpassed anywhere, whoso ca- HICKMAN, KENTUCKY no ted for President of tho United but afterwards changed aud en- tury clearlv nreterred by tlio vo- - pacity foraccommodatiii!HnfTvwi. AXD ALKO. more Statos by the Republican Nation- listed on the Union side. his Proftngionttl Serrices tc iprs. Patronnco had no part in cd population is fully equal to that lycln, Seine, Line, Hookfl, !inl alt kiuiis al Convention, at Chicago, on the his nomination. Even in the hour of the great Northwest, and whose J anthe-' eitixens of Hickman and ricinitj. of H'liinx Tackle ami Kupplie, ataiu& 16JO cereal and tobacco products comballot, lho nominee is oi fourth of their defeat his opponents did pare gain. Groceries and Family Supplies ge THE RErrni.ICJLN HOI.T. years old and in the prime of vigtrail j. not attribute his success to any be with those of any clime, to orous manhood. He was born at IiidrpmdentM Kcfitftliiff lUnlM unworthv influoucc. By them it ble represented iu the best possi- C. L. Indian Hill Farm, 'Washington manner at the approaching admit-- J Tho Independent Republicans was admitted, as it must bo county, Penn., on tho 31st JanuaTin's reby all, that the people desired Southern Exposition. ATTORNEY ry, 1830. of Xew York and the Eastern ted nomination of Mr. Blaine. The gion of Kentucky offers advanta Ar LAW the Colonel States aro refusing to accept National Convention wisely pre- ges to the emigrant far moro desiHis IDphraim Blaine, of Carlisle, Pa., and promise tho Democrats ferred him to any other represent- rable than isthe bleak Northwest. Collector, Real Estate Agent was Commissary-Genera- l of tho Blaine, The Lc8t niafeo U tfa eokraUf Having delib- In the ono found a mild, delightTil- ative of his ideas. Columbus. HICKMAN, KY. Continental army from 177S to tho victory if they will nominate ideas in its ful climate, the richest of soils, erately adopted these end of the war in 17S3. The grand- den. Carl Scliurz and othersfwill platform, the convention wisely active, energetic citizens, and the Will attend promptly to all btal father of Mr. Blaine, James Gil- take tho stump against Blaineand seloctod Mr. Blaine himself to rep- greatest abundanco of cheap Ltud, ntss ntmstd hira in Soutkwstert the cultivation of which will pro- Entackj and Iforthwastern Tenneaiet lespie Blaine, for whom ho was Logan. resent them. duce largor yield, and command SpeciaUttentiongtTntoth inYestiga named, was educated as a lawyer. : TIia "Sow Ynrk Tlmn savs TnK SUX. Kept for nale. at a bargain, at tke laver as good if not better prices than lion of kntl titles, and the purchase Mr. Blaine's father was born at "Wo shall not bo surprised if Tho Republican National Con- any other desirable territory; such tale .fRl Kfltato. fjan8 and bale Stable oi Carlisle. His distinguished son, PARIS A PARKEB- who is now tho uominoe of one some Republicans who do nojuuo vention nominated Mr. Blaine for does that section of Kentucly Mr. Blaiue resent with heat this President yesterday on the fourth west and southwest of Louisville of tho great parties of the counwho, as try for President, in his boyhood allegation thato. a man of lfcpi'e- - ballot. Refusing to adopt any possess. Iu the other, the North H. A. & R. T. Tyler, r House nf less consnicuous aud less objec west, land is poorer, comparatively had spocial instructors and tho in- ofiical t rciwtatrrao aicaiTiao tionable person, tumiug out of speaking, tho great markets and advantage of a preliminary train- scntativc8, bartered his Democrats ''The tar- ing school at Lancaster, O., where nuencc tor private gam; wjw,iu doors all the dark horses and pot- trading centers arc further away, part of the Bluluclma White Ken Kold. Secretary of State, made tlo en ty schemes, the convention gave Conjnjission njerdjaijts, is tho solo and only disis with his relatives, It is estimated that Tucker coun- iff i$suo question, and there is no ho lived Thomas Ewing, then the forcement ot a swindling www itself aud committed the waning transportation and dearer, and cold HICKMAN, KENTUCKY turbing snows and blizwintry winds family of the ty, West Virginia, is practically against a distressed and perishing ignoring this issuo. to the only HICKMAN, KY., owned by Senator II. G. Davis, possibilitg of of the Republican Secretary of the Treasury. He sister Republic the most coispic-uon- s fortunes of the party remaiuing zards make tho farming seasons ATTEND TO ALL BUSINEB8 Nine-tenth- s conspicuous leader now was brought into contact with polshorter and add greatly to the to tkeir Stephen R. Elkins, of Kow York, party are in favor of tho tariff as Kp always an hand, Frua feature of his foreign palicy ; history of its cost of living by reason of the Offiee ntrufttcd Block. care. Millet and "James G. Blaine, of tho State it now stands, and the Republican itics when a lad of 11. He was a man who has had no part r in- who figured in the LIMK, CKMEKT. AA1.T rLABTKU EB& also of neTS-'of Maine." The syndicate is said members of tho present Congress graduated from the Washington terest in the work done in tlo last earlier, its better, aud, alas, great extra fuel and raiment required. I'Ll ES, GllASS 6J5BDH, CLOTXK. &. or wor30 days. A its later In Kentucky a man's entire famUniversity of Western Pennsylthree-fourth- s to have tho title deeds to purification many Republicans aro opposed to ily can assist him in yet to concili- vania in IS 17 before he was quite fivo years toward the Will make liberal adrantes tu Coktjp have so voted, the conduct of the land in tho county ate the other and Corn, A., for sale or shipment. who favor IS. His college guardian was his of tho public service, is a fair typo Mr. Blaine. Soino of them would of his farm ; but in tho Northwest 6. and nearly all tho coal and iron tariff reform, the Chicago Conveniucb.4 and representative of tho party on account deposits. Ownership ordinarily tion declared in favor of tariff re- uncle, John H. Kwing, a member that saved tho Unioh, free! the reject himpublic careerof the stains severe weather drives the frailer as exempli- members within doors during the upon his of Congrebs. Mr. Blaine excelled means control. Last week, in restored tho Xaiional fied in the transactions of the most of tho year. Such is tho su- ATTORNEY AT LAW slaves county of Tucker, so owned vision, They doirt denounco the as a student. As a teacher for credit. and Caldwell's Higlj Sclje&l this Mulligan letters. But there are periority of this section, and inthe othor as e controlled, twenty-seve-n of one side or "traitors," and "rene- several years ho fastened his and 'One word as to tho position of others, and their objections arc of deed of all Kentucky, over the invite UICKMAN, ZY. and acquirements, whilo his subthe white yeomary of tho county gades"out of tho party. THE FIFTH THAU will oommenee tho Timer. It will not support greater pertinency and euect in Northwest, and certainly no better them sequent ten years' experience as were put on the auction block promptly reside Why can not tho Democracy in a political editor developed his Mr. Blaine for the Prcsidcncj. It the present condition of our af- opportunity will bo afforded to Monda), Aug. 27th, 188?. and sold. Tho indictment against our National Convention make and continue nine months. powers as a clear and ready wri- will advise no man to vote for Him, fairs, who repudiate him on ac- demonstrate the truth of what we 3.Abstracts of titles a specialty. persons were without visithese the same efforts for harmony? The course of fctudr, in addition to h Chairman of tho Republican and its reasons for this couno are count of his crazy notions and say than by a good display of the ter. ble means of support, which in Nine-tenth- s Primary Woikf'xrilI include liigLk of tho Democrats Central Committco in Maine at perfectly well understood by quixotic action when ho was Sec- products of tho "Purchase" and that region is evidently a serious MatlivinaticK, the Natural Bcicncu.Cieruuak everybody that has ever read it. of tariff reform, but the Green river sections. offense. Tho prices paid lor boys, are in favorof them aro opposed the ago of 25, he, has sinco that Without the mention of names, retary of State. Latin and Greek, Book Keeping, Priinslr WARfflKG! s time retained his ascendancy as a Let ovcry man of ontcrprise THE HERALD. ehiji, Elocution and Yoenl Cultuie. girls, men and women ranged becourse of tho Timn was foreTo All Whom It Mny Concern I tween $1.50 and $32 per head, and to freo trade. "Whatever anj of political leader. He first came to the what is within their borders arouse himTUI7JOM l'JUl MO.fTn. These namos satisfy in its issue of 29th, them may think as to free trade Congress in 1802. At tho ago of shadowed Pcrions indebted to the uodertiicaed, re- self to do his utmost in behalf of tho sale realized $3S9,G3. $3 P when it replied to the question of deemed ono of tho obvious tick- his own section, and by adding a are warned against paying any note or Primary, as to a past or future day, not one Ii9 he was made Speaker of the 4 &P accounts to anybody, unlen accompanied Intermediate, . applica- Houso of Representatives, and a correspondent, nio interest me quirements of a Presidential in a thousand desire its , . . (The law under which these tion is et. They 'balance the two sides county display to that of the State, by a sworn statement as to their correct- Advanced, note. Therefore, tho road to held the post for six years, and Tim's will take In this canvass for which an appropriation has o &- - Payable monthly in Advance. -- 25 people were sold, was of course a Democratic harmony just now is was then elected to the United that of a friend and physician. It of tho country and avert ittho pos-sibl- been made, show Kentucky to the ness 23, 1884, 3i. D. L.OOLUBERG. May tipped 1 having . . . K.V. CALDWELL, State law, and therefore tho own- to declare nnmistakcably in favor States Senate, aud afterwards ap- is not with cynical lndiiicrence up bydanger ofall tho weight on world in her true colors, in order MARY CALIYK1.L,Innci, putting but with unspeakable sadness, Hickman, Ky., Auuot 3, lfcfc3. ers or citizens of Tucker county, of tariff reform and in language pointed Secretary of State in tho that sho may be reflected as the ono side. Apart from that cannot bo misconstrued Cabinet of the late President Gar- that it sees the Republican artj- is not much to be said that thero equal of any, and the superior of! EICKMAN MARBLE WORK ure not responsible for it. about it, erperversely set its lace to against freo trade. "Tariff Re-- f field, by whoso death ho was d of tho States iu the except, perhaps, to congratulate " vicio orro?Uormtts!tb.o necessity, of "jMCXDsxawwiWjtr"" to private life. Durjnnhis ror and its feet in whose name has been Union. HICKMAN, KY. Mr. Lincoln, vnjSv2 The Republican bolt against through' a tariffiuul common rotimcy ho Jiaa turnoJ'hi8 atten- for it has done some scj o freely used for second place on tion to literature, and lias comple- party." Jfatlo Uoacy In so many upoeuhitivo tieketB, that IlncaXhat Blaino and Logan is widespread sense tells the humblest voter ted one volume of a political hisTho Iferahl says thoR 32i- - 3. ti Ilci rmrJin" Iiilx.j BEPS all kinds of staple and faaoy r he has escaped the danger of go- from tlio P. Ynlho Case, principal of before x and serious, and there is strong that any kind of a tariff gives tory, and is now engaged on the will bo sorry Miss om ing before the country in very bad for "their fearful blunder" DHAaBa IX talk of tho independents nomina- some kind of protection. There- second volume, at his homo in inating Blaine, and advist. tho company. No doubt this nomina- La Sierra public school, in this G fore, what's tho use of Democrats Augusta, Me. county, is responsible for tho folting another ticket Edmunds and Democrats to nominate Tilden or tion is the consummation of the lowing bee story: 1 TALUK dmtliug and throwAKD XuMICj, quarreling ana ConrectiomrUs. Will be pleased te Mr. Blaine's present fortune is ltecontly on MaRBL bargain by which tho Logan voteB Lincoln. It seems to bo admitted ing away aud se hie old castomam, ad will ktk suit every chance of suc- one that has been a suject of a Cleveland to insure success opening the stove, in which thore it exon all sides that tho ticket loses cess as to tho exact nature of that great deal of gossip. It has been them in price and quality. Call aad seat Tho Boston Advertiser and' other went to Blaine. Perhaps bindis tho had been no fire for several days, U0.MDJtU.tT3, TOlttJ AHD'f)RATE pected that Logan will ns. "Quick dales and Snail Profits. all chances of tho Republicans protection. papers bolt tho ticket estimated by some romancers to leading ToD't beundorsold fidelity of the Grant element to sho was surprised to tlnd that a Jan4tf A freo trade platform would bo as high as 62,000,000. This is carrying tho State of 2scw York, STONES. the ticket. But the stalwarts, colony of bees had taken possessad leading Republican papers of disturb existing industries and an exaggeration. He is undoubtwho havo been such astonishing sion of it and hnd commenced to Stray. K. OF n. business interests of the country, edly in easy circumstances, and Blaino men in this canvass, are make honeycomb. To got into tho 1 lAVTKfl ....trail . finA Iftf ff Anfc- Masscchusetts predict that they and thousands and thousands of has enjoyed for years a liberal in"Wherens, a cerlain black Btcer. irith ieaa and Italian Marble, 1 am pre- not to bo caught in that way bee3 came down the chimney and Tlic Injunction Milt. can not carry that Stato. Much Democrats to say nothing of Re- come from Pennsylvania coal propwhite face, marked nnderbit and bwuIIowi They have fought for Blaine only pipe making the turn of two el- pared to fill all orders Call and exami ;ra in the Wit ml crop oil the n$ ht ear. allowance must bo made just now publicans, believe this, and there- erties inherited from his father. bows before reaching the bottom. nr worx. The Knights of Honor of Louis- to bo revenged upon Arthur. Ar- The bees on Orders frees the country promptly preachy, and an unlawful aninu), I hate being disturbed in for disappointments, and many of fore any party that adrocates free He is tho owner of ono of the ville, met in mass convention, and thur is beaten, and their revenge 'l,day jja,j ,;,,, appraised lor Alex raay2S trade, or a policy that is subject, most valuable coal properties in their work, attacked the pupils Abe Underwood, and this is to is complete. But they do not love the now dissatisfied will go to fairly to a free trade construction, "VvMie owner that I am going to wll Monongahela county, Pennsylva- passed resolutions condemning Blaino any moro than over, and vigorously and drove them out of turn, arm be can gtt hia money Blaino yet, but it all means this, will antagonise these interests. nia. This has been developed tiiae b The schoolthe iiiiiiuctioiiB suit brought having utilized his case for all it tho school-houscalls for K that if tho Democrats nominate Such a policy would lose to the from a tract of wild land into a against tho Supremo Lodge to was worth to them, they will drop mistress escaped injury by fanning A. N. KING. good ticket they can got many Domocracy or at least greatly en- great property, which has for prevent tho removal of Supreme it. Logan will not hold them. tho bees industrionsly with her danger the States of The bees years brought in a very handsome Republican votes. THE WORLD. New York, FO 8AI.E, were at last thoroughly subdued income. Mr. Blaine inherited the headquarters from Louisvino to The nomination of Blaine and by being smoked out and killed. New Jersey, FASIUOXAB&E fbusiness qualities of his father. St. Louis. Logan is clearly the result TILDEN WILL NOT ACCEPT. JL,JL3rJD. fConnecticut, Ho has made most of his money Showing tho sentiment of the 8hauielcss political bargain, of a and Th Xew Exemption Law. It seems well understood that Indiana, in coal lands of Western Pennsyl- brotherhood as to tho troubles, represents the triumph of the merBOOT AND Virginia, '& law, The Tilden will not accept. Then vania and West Virginia. He we reprint the following; 1 Ql crea on Dyentarg nd, i ile. cenaries and worst elements of tho there new exemption much ofwhich M West Virginia, SHOE went to Maine on account of his .Tnrifrn, JLvJJL irom nicKrasn. Addrewt has been so talk of give us Bayard or Cleveland. expressing Republican part'. The vote of (iratz Knnko. 31 P. bONAIIOE. South Carolina, f; marriage with a Maine lady. At late, went into effect June 1, the care Sami. C. Davis &Co.,St. Louis, Mo Mississippi, his hearty thanks at the action of Logan decided Blaine's nomina- last Legislature having passed an the time of his entrance in ConArtbar Hen Kicking;. SHOP. North "Wert corner of Moscow and perhaps Tennessee, and some gress, in 1802, his private fortune tuo meeting. When tne iciuBniui tion. Tho vote of Blaino nomina- amendment to section 6,articlel3, nnmn will) tllA Knit HO.W8 Of the SUlt ted Logan in return. In present- chapter 38 of the Genoral Stat and Troy Areniwu, East Hickman, Ky., Mr. Townsend, of Now York, other States. was estimated to be in the neighFor Sal. HJrSatisfactiou guaranteed. the this extraordinary combination the man who nominated Arthur, Tho Democratic leaders at Wash- borhood of a quarter of a million we were troubled. Whon wiresgood ingcorruption and deinagogueism utes, allowing an exemption of April. MILK COWS. Apply to toof news is flashed over tho household furniture, horses, carbelieves New York Stato is lost to ington in tho blind pursuit of fac- of dollars. J. 11. SlkMOHS. again. tional theories and opinions as to night wc shall all be happy broth-o- tho Republican Convention acted riages and other articles of G miles east of Hiokman, Ky. What has come to him since has r with unusual audacity and honesty. tho Republicans by the nomination tho tariff, hedging as to their own to tho value of about $750. W. DIESTELBRINK been through tho natural increase I can't imagine what good suit. Audacity, because if thero is anyof Blaino. Ho said : expects by his Harding and oblivions as to en- of shrewd investments of his Tho amendment to tho above secItTetiee. "Now tho people whon we go dangering national success, have original capital. Ho will increase There must bo something behind thing the republic sadly needs and tion and article does not affect All persona holding elaims against the at some tho public conscience demands, it section S, articlo 13, chapter 38, down to our homes will say, "What, not echoed the voice of tho Dem- it by tho sale of his book, for it. The speaker spoke estate of Mrs. Annin L. Robinson, deceased, means this!" Mr. Arthur has had ocratic people. Therefore, the which ho receives eighty cents a length, telling the great benefits is reform in high places and tho allowing wages to bo garniBheed are requested to file said claims, properly proved up on or before the 30th of June, everybody's commendation. Tho Democratic people, with a una- volume from his publishers. They of tho Knights of Honor over all purification of tho Government. for all debts contracted for groHonesty, becauso Republican can- ceries, houso rent and clothing. 18S4, in my absence, with Mr. Geo. Helm. politicians met at Chicago and nimity never before known, have expect to sell half a million copies, insurance companies. II. C Beer, Judge Pearcc, of Tennessee, didates have generally worn masks Tho wages of single men can be were compelled by the force of taken up tho old ticket Tilden which would give him $100,000 for space to aarao all articles, but bo Guardian Matiie Bobineon. and Hendricks as apparently the his year's work, and perhaps as said this was the happiest occasion of hypocrisy, aud iu nominating attachod for all debts contracted NOtrouble to show goods, public opinion to give their unSi. only deliverance from dissensions much more for the second volume. of his life. I had no idea I should Mr. Blaino tho mercenaries have by them. An impression has gain-e- d andome and see, at the corner of Troy qualified commendation for tho away all 1 thank you. ground that tho new exemption and Moscow Atenue. East IIickrar, Ky of Chester A. Arthur in our own rankB. His family are Presbyterians, see such a meeting. when ho first for the first timo throwndefied all masks and flagrantly Hoko said Judge Thereforo, Tilden and Hendricks and during his residence in Washand yet ho was not renominated. law does away with the heretofore 25cts Lower tnan tne Lowest By the logic of events and tho im- on a tariff refornij adurinistrath e ington ho was a regular attendant heard of the injunction suithowas claims to principles or reform and oxisting garnishee law, which is a fAMILY UROCERY perious necessities of tho situa- reform civil service, and reform at that church. His mother was vow sorrv. but it was for the best. nut un an out and out ticket for mistake, as tho garnishee law still 1 have no cleric expenggs no store Tea only tion, so said that great statesman, all alongllio line platform, atiII a Roman Catholic. If ho made Tho storms, said ho, shaU-brin- shake. spoils only. remains in full force and effect. and pay cash for all sty Groceries, aad Wo o Bays tho community and so will unito the party and win. If not any effort to secure tho nomina- off dead limbs. therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap est. Best brands of Wittenberg and Loo say the voters, and God grant these good men on tho same tion, it was skillfully concealed. these offices back to Louisville in The Uwn of Ilumntitty la n Back H. O. HcnU Star Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low -a year. We havo better offices, thiB convention may adopt platform. that FOBHo was the most popular of tho JOHN WITTINO. from tht Cleveland ritlndealcr. st. (DAVIS OLD STAND.) larger such a course as to conciliate tho candidates before tho convention lower ronts, and pay offered. interpastor of Kov. E. E. Macduff, The Trying to Bttlldexe tho Wr.ns; Man. which nominated him. est than any city men of tho Republican party, that kinds of SALE AND LIVERY STABLE on hand, St. Mary's church, "was arrested bank only has victory in November, so impor- Front radocali Xawi. by Patrolman Seibol for STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES There was quite an exciting and ovory order is being paid as yesterday tant to tho well being of this counfast as presented. Breckinridge riding a bicycle on Wilson avenue. try, may again porch itself for scene in tho Circuit Court at Mnr-ra- & s house, at bst usually kept in a on Monday. Attorney Thomand the bank President told me This morning Mr. Macduff appeartwenty-fou- r years upon tho Repub- flR WtlR Iota prices. KENTUCKY STREET, r 1.t nlaa in ill Pi and I so telegraphed ed in the Police" Court and pleadthis lican banner. These men, our conconstantly on hand for kirt TSA9, FkKCY CARDIES, tho Supreme Dictator, and to draw ed guilty. jury, and in the course of his re- KEEPS sale stituents, will look intothis. In MINCE-MZAAdesire to make an explanaPICKLES "I orders for it all. luuiKb HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. the days of James II., he got into ly on luuuuieaBomewnat severeCol. Caruth waB called for. "My tion," ho said. "I reside at Xo. the testimony of a young Having purchased the stable, horses CRkNBBMilES, JIOMIXT, GRITS difficulty with a Bishop and he a and entiro outfit of W. B. noramer brethren," ho said, "tho hour is 1252 Slater avenue, and my parish imprisoned all tho Bishops, and man, named Bob Smith. Bob Aad the we propose to continue the business, and didn't like it a hit, and went out lato, our work is done; your voico is a very largo one. l am oiien among them was Trolawney, from 3DDEfc solicit patronage bedside of a sick or has gone fourth to Kentucky aud called to the Cornwall, tho Bishop of Bristol. and got his gun aud, returned, leveled it full in tho face of the attortho world. Kentucky will not kill dying person and must get there Sugar, Coffees, Heaps, c. The Cornish men were very much ney child she gave birth to; the as fast as I can. I hope I am a tho threatening to shoot the top BOOTS AND SHOES. excited because their friend was not be undersold. Knights of Honor was born here; law abiding citizen, but when Ire- in danger, and a message was sent of his head off. There was a Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, to ceivo a call of this kind 1 am gowe love it and will stand by it." out, the burden of which was this : scene in tho court which it is imSupreme Reporter Xelson said ing to respond at all hazards. I Take ibe "And shall Trelawney dio 1 Then possible to describe It is stated that there was a great deal of he was glad to bo here. When the consider that in following my call30,000 Cornislunen will know the Keeps iu slock the very Best Material, suit was first brought ho had tele- ing as a minister I am obeying tho reason why." In this case, strike rushing under the tables by memand keeps only Ihe best workmen. 'Work graphed that it did not represent law of humanity, a higher law, N, C & SI. L. R'y. guaranteed. Repairing solicited down Arthur and not 30,000 Re- bers of the bar, and that tho Court oven though I violate the law and Thomas were about tho only tho order of the city or Stato. publicans, but thirty times thirty Grand Dictator Ewan said: made by man." thousand Republicans will know representatives of tho majesty of The "Where is your church!" asked "There is no speech I cau make "jo wuo neid their grouuu. SOHM, THE BARTER GROCERY- the reason why." Applause. (icn. Joint A IjOgnta. to you Smith wn ltiooo.i under $500 other than those tho Court. OX0 "At tho corner of Woodland bond to appear and answer for 31. MONTGOMERY, Gen. John A. Logan, who was resolutions; they express my" sen- Tlllett Cum Nettlo It. MR. J. bis friends and Ibe public that avenue and Wallingford Court." to his foil'. nominated by tho Republicans for Keep the very best makes of Beer, fresh from tb CoTlngton Comtnouwealth. opened a new and fresh supply of 'I havo frequently heard of you," Hon. W. B. Fleming said: "Wo Yice President is the senior Senaand cool, and polite and attentive clerks to he has of Familt Groceries, which he If Tilden will accept, tho elecall kinds the Judge, "although never Call on In China, when Bank officials tor from Illinois. Ho was born should not adjourn without ex- said will sell as low as the lowest. He in reation will bo settled with his nominearest Ticket Agent, serve customers. pleased betray public trusts, the president on a farm in Southern Illinois, pressing our thanks to our broth- on wheels. I am much must go 8nd (It cents dy at all times o exchange Groceries at nation. Or Ad dress for postags, anJ cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or and cashier have their heads cut about fifty years ago. Ho receiv- er John T. Milbum and the Falls with your discourse and A. Y. Stevi'ii free, a any kind of marketing that Ihe farming common school education City Lodge committeemen who out soon and hear you preach." off, the bank building is burned, ed a help all. of cither Pass. Agl., Dalln,, Tex., or costly box ot rooHj t.;ta Will The Courier-Jonrna- l friends einy brinp in. The highest Bar Mr. Macduff looked pleased and assnres the tho snot is cniiC,i-,- i was elected County Clerk were so wisely instrumental iu rinRncruted. aud W-b- . rex. IMKmsv. ket price alwnvs puid. 1h "?raer rtsj. people that Gov. Knott will remit and no other building is erected when he was scarcely out of his getting up this large nieetiiig. Wo smiled. :L world, rortine. await i. P. & T. A., Tennf Augmta J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. aIyur. At once addrew Taoi. I want to say toyou."con- - FKITZ. HELLSEB, T. ACt., Hickman S !J1 no more lines for gambling. teens. He enlisted as a private should silso thank our distinguish- - "But WIC1U. tlnConrier-Journ1.1 The nomination of cauii(I:llcs for tho FrcBiileucy mid tbc making The Republicans wanted to of National platforms, re cou" make the last act of their dying trolled by forces clear beyond the party, themeanest, and hence they influence of a local journal r au nominated Blaine. Boy's, wo've individual citizen. A local jourgot em. nal is but one voice in yjn pillion. Twelve months ago vicw-- j IP the Democrats can't beat Blaiuc they can't beat anybody. seemed assured to tho Denlocnlt;", the His record impersonates ovcry but it is an admitted fact, tliat moan thing tlio Republicans over Democratic members of & PrCS well nigh did, and more besides. But he is cut Congress have thrown every chanco ofvictorv their ablest mau. away by divisions and dissensions, been said that the Demo- and as a consequence the nu,K It has crats could always be depended and file of the party are discouron to make somo fatal blunder aged and demoralized. just before realizing a prospective Tho blunders of tho BcpWcau victory. This time the Republi- leaders at Chicago, lastjeek, in cans have made that fatal blunder nominating Blaino ai5 Logan, in nominating Blaine. Arthur, or makes Democratic succs n11111 Sherman, or Lincoln, would havo probable, and if followed nP u.v a been much stronger. United Democratic partial enmm thuse the rank and file-!.- 0 Demo A Bis Steal. When Senator Yost waB taken cratic people all along tie line. To" task for saying that the Gov Blaino is tho aiJWfcailcr in ernment had expended 3S5,000,- - tho Republican par'y, a,,d Logan 000 on the navy sinco tho war, ho is a good second, Jut the ticket is .t,iat coultl tho most vuliie-aMretorted by saying: preened to "peop"I havo never said or pretended havo been the easiest for to 6ay that a dollar oven of tho le, aud thereDre defeat. Blaine Democrats to $3S5,000,000 went to the construc the represent all the sins, tion of a navy. I arraign tho Re- and Logan ami mistakes the publican party because, as errors, wrongs party has ever been the Senator from JMamc, their ex Republican there is no dodging pouont in this debate, says, they mlty of, and tliem as candi- havo 2140.000,000 m paying ofli such issues, with cers when they did not havo any (1'ltGS only requirement to Demoships. Tins town y is Hooded .Tho success is for tho Demowith naval officers who have not a cratic unitedly, and present ship to go to, and havo not had crats to act au earnest platform to the people. for twenty years." Is united action possible on the Blaine ticket and Logan a good for tlio Democrats to beat. Oiiorj"j"' then studied ami but his aptitude for politics lav 'eaj; . ..' itQvii, jit iimiiiin n . her ot the Illinois Legislature i i LSo2, and again in lSJO, liavimr served ono term as Prosecuting Attorney in tho meantime. He was a Presidential Elector in 185G and then went to Congress, serving continuously until tho outbreak of the civil war. Entering the army as Colonel ho attained the rank of Major General. In 18G." he was appointed Minister to Mexico, but declined. He was elected to tho Fortieth and Forty-firs- t wan Mexieo, and the army a Quartermaster, tea iv iw nr.t;. , . fc jatiSLr-- j , fioai ft'listanc; vho tinned the Judge, "that when tho od brothvi.-for Sheriff. A GREAT OF Witt CASSS '1W imvo honored us wiiii inpiv prcs- - laws oi humanity, or higher laws, i move a voie oi uianics be as you call them, conflict with tho In the L.ONH of ence. ,rK' as a wnli,aie for ihe laws ot this Stato and city, tho VnfSI at the ending August electriven. Hon. John T. Milbum said: "I higher laws aro going to como off ionbeg your indulgence for five min- second best. I respect your call M:?.u.uthoriletl to annunce Capt. W utes. Something has been hinted ing it is a noblo one; but the A, a candidate for the oilice of A I.PCtiiroiiM HieXlre.TrPuiict f Nriiiil WtVnw, or M niMl Itnillrnl rur ul,on about sectional feeling in the Su- laws to enforce which I am placed Slieritt ,,!.! j al t, IiitoIuiiU-rb 8prmlortlia. iDlntrJ tjr I have been a here are applicable to everybody August election. preme Lodge. Eniit.ioiia, Iuiu.tcn. jr, NcrTOU Twlllitj-- ami Impfdlmrnt to.MtriK' sciwrally ; (.ininuuii'tUti, member of that order for nine without distinction as to person, Af?Eeiul,,or'2011 ,0 Epllrpor H..1 Yit. 3Irutl and Hijuiral Incapacity. annonnco M. W. Ac. lly UOUUUTJ. CI lV EKWKI.L, M. K., auhave worked for it always, or occupation. For the present years, a CMM,"late for tliw office of thor ortlie ,aS llwk." Ae but tho timo I was proudest of tho I'll stand by the ordinance. My Sbenil or Fulton couhIt. Election in AuThe wurM miuvrntil author. In this a.I ml ratio lil own experience I.fCturv, clrnrly irm order and of my Stato was when, at advice to you hi to keep iu the gust next. may that tho ful ciinM'iunicr of Minneapolis, the members from middle of the road. If yon take effcrtnally rrmovrtl itliut ilnoperua. iurB!cal ope. ratioua, bougie, lotrnment, rings or corilUli; Maine to California voted for to tho sidewalk you must go afoot." luting out a mo.lt! of cure at onco crrtalu and no matter abathi which Judges Hoke and Breckinridge for Tho Rev. Mr. Macduff was fined Cards. conditionlijmay h. maysufferer,liiiutcirhrap!y, prl- cur highest offices. Tears came to tho costs, and walked up to the the ,tfl, ami radically. mrrt a Icon to Uuiuianii ! BdTi ltctr. will the eyes of Breckinridge thcro as Captain's desk where he settled. lAAMSdRlij. them for tho honor. plain cntelypr, to The Rev. Mr. Macduff alluded lie thanked m. d., Sent titular !, Iut'fa fonr centa, or two any puta on receipt 3fy brothers, there is nothing sec- to above was at ono timo Rector tamp. AilJrrM CULVER WELL of St.. Paul church in Hickman. tional in our noblo order." PROFESSIONAL ; Pott OCJce lJox, Q FFERS to HIS cltmni of HickmanSER- 4 1THE St.. New YrV, Jf . Y.MEDICAL CO., Ann Ticei the Ed. nud ' J Uf -- ,. -- -- - , m TO y . fn-i- br!f-Al- u 1 Prtlessltnal Im, nt-r- bTtToaniel, DR. FA.KIS. F. E. CASE, - Family Groceries; HANDLE " great-grandfathe- r. FOR SALE. 1(11 D to-da- y 5H. to-da- Siio-iL-o- Bondurant Drewrg, Attorneys at Iaw, 78 one-tent- h Knglileite Wilson col-leg- JLl ihar-nug- nine-tenth- CW-icr-Journ- .... " V, -- 1 role-gate- nino-tenth- s, J. W. B-OGER- DB33ras.8.: KOCEBIES, Brig-ganca- !ld e. pocket-handkerchie- f. ill TIMBER PliMHEE. l per-sonal- tj' 20 Family Groceries. Groceries. JUDGE, y, NASHVILLE, tl first-clas- TlinL-ilir- to-da- y, Chattanooga Atlanta, Florida Faris Parker, T, BOWIMSfl Sy-W- ill E. GLAZIER. TIYOLI HALL. to-nig- ht FAVORITE! -- Jos. Prop'r. APEIZE. aine f i V s- - it ) V 4 " K -- m : , ' ,1 mi