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COURIER -- rc s? if Wk - - Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. im " BALE BILLS, BrTVELOPES, LETTER-HEABILL-HEADS. D S, GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Tlio OldoMt INoM'aipiti)1 inWestei'n IC;ntucl may well imagine, I was not onl5i,. ! Rnndeh in snit nt nil ti.af t ,r.i.t j lighte d, but extremely deliirhteil, t ... .!! it. took ml the ch aneo of assistlii": Mr. Ericffmi T mnlicd slowlv sml S;.tfn..ti... ..r . " i tn &.. in .,. mm 1. ruio .ii;.iv4i;i. juiu 1 . CUIUHICtfns fl nYIl 110. IS .a OlIOOP l,n . . UU I ""-- . .uan! urewsicr wnen we W imicu to ir0 has a crooked nose; ho has a crooked Uli.i.j" huuiu Hum luumi iu"unicri in momii, ne na a o nn- in. .na not Mmday crcning. "lipcause, r0u ' crooked eyes; he crooke awful scowl; has an sej,Matt. said I, "if I suc?ed Jith ' ho is ft rich man. I am a poor "irl. I uns, utay oc i can go on writing unl-- ' would rather be a pretty poor girl thau and I "caught my breath at the bad- a rich crooked man.'' ness of the idea --""I am found worhy And that was the last of our expectaof a place in the jmcuilo magaziii,. tions from Uncle Sam. Ho 'arose, and,, as a successful writer, I could hflp thundered forth some words .which I the family much more than I can no-- , can not repeat, broke all the mantel orfor literary work is for all seasons, aid naments at one Jell swoop, and left the millinery only for two or three months house" never to return ' ' out of fthe whole--earI'lll add. to whom it may "You forget," said Matt, "jour ritli soon after the hopes of a uncle whods coming here from' AustnJ-li- a fortune from my godfather wero thus soon, and who will, no doubt, so ajt destrgjod, my engagement to Matt range things that the family will need Brewster was broken and that young no help at all from your hands.'t gentleman married Nettie Haley. "0 dear!" said I, "so I did. tButle Aifor me. I was "In kv' nnmuvl. tr nas lorgotten us lor so manj jcars lieonniG the linntiv wifn of .Tnlm u or since i vas live, anu Iuwaaiinfi'"--ntCruurir-'Bca'lproved a teen on my last birthdav- - tliaE "now p perfect succe;s. Marqnr&t Eilitigc, in nas condescended to remember our tf uarpers ivceay. istence. an.d promise us a visit, it's wonder that 1 can't keep him in Wouldn't Work. we are not sure that his coniiJo will benefit us any. He may b3a Jones and Brown were riding cranky old man, and very hanlto a country road, and seeing alone some please'. It is more than likely hcjj "alder" bushes in full bloom. Jones refor father (with whom ho coufd ne marked to Brown;". ho isn't very agree, though he is his only broths) on puns and.that o t of thing-.- : bright tells mo ho was an unusually crany "I sav. Brown, did von see that ga 1 in the Chicago Sunf' younjr ouc." I yu Inust make him pleased w "What's that?" inquired Brown. declared Matt, decisively. "M "Why, that way of spoiling 'elder have one advantage, and a great ?i blow tea' with four letters. over thu others." You are his "Xow I never saw it. How do you do jjl it?" know." "I know it to my sorrow," 1 "Easy enough What a name to givqlp "Ha, ha! that's good. I'll just give unfortunate girl baby! If it hadl't that to my wife, and Brown's face been focthat saving 'Fdla,' wjiat od to jk a deeply studious exprosdon. 1 havo done? Faucv a wotnau's bSJj Arriving at home, Brown, with a .called Sam' all her'life!" f!t handful of the llower, hurried to his "But you will do our bet to u if before he should forgot tho point into the old chap'j good graces, won't of hission. you?" said Matt, eouxingly. 'My dear," he broke out. "here are "Well, yes, I Vill, since your heart some elder blooms rodolent of the seem- to be s"ct upon it," I promtejl. odors of spring, aud Jonas gave mo a though I wondered nt the timo whySc good gag, too, on thorn."' was so anxious that I should becomSa "1'hey are lovely," said his wife, favorite of Uncle Sam's. 'TllSp "but what is the gag?" 0 very thing but give up the Header.' "Why, my dear, can you spell 'eldor Matt Brewster wa- chief roi)ricr tea with four letters?" of the store where my brother G00&3 "Eldor blossom tea? Of course 1 d was clerk, and ho wa also my cin't, and I don't think you can lover. 'J he latter fact ni3e either.'' me the envx- of half the jrirls in Ye I can, too. Ha, Im! A man is wood, for Matt was considered fflp alwa quicker than a woman in that handsomest and mostfascinatingyonn s- -t of thing. Don't you know that all bachelor in the place. He was tall sad the America u parngrnphors are slender, witli very fair hair, light blob men.great doar?" my ayes, a straight "nose, aud a smill "I'hai's 110 sign, but go on with the mouth. I spelling." Mrs. Leroy, the young wife of old -- Ha, ha! Haw, haw! Ho. ho! That's Captain Leroy looked tip to with gnat a go d one on you, my love. It's tho s respect In of the popula- eaii--- t tiling in tho world. Listen here tion of Wildwood, because she had Ler bonnet aud gloves straight from Palis "Pshaw, Unit spell gave it as her opinion that his brow bios-- . m tea;' that doesn't 'loot. " 'elder spells was too narrow, and his chin too re?" and Brown Wha -- wha treating. -- Give Hi'," she said, ealmlr scratched his head and looked vaeanllv am buu eoouv, "iiie his wife and repeated lowhL-d.,ii- l IIp ,s pt l,tc M at 1 iln o t. That's tho way Jones tall, his shoulder arc broader, to spt,roil it, anlow, ami it came out all is his forehead, and he has a clttain right. 1 wonder wiiat s wrong with iu - - TRICE OF SOWCRIPTIOX, 1.50. CHANGED AROUND. Whv are you here, my litttp lad?" Ssififl a man in nlniitfuijr town. "J'amJelllnjr papers, sir," 'twas said; "And my name is Jamie "Where ilo you live, my little lad, . - WHlt IU.urJpc.ks ) crisply curled?" ! have no homo" the voiceirAg sail J3xcvjnms-th. wide, wide world." - oa "JKhvBfj-ono friends by blood allied, No mother, kin J and true?" No mother or friend'"," tlio child replied, Witbhia lMzetcycsiinVn. Drc-wn.c --- HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. JUNE 20, ETC.. Eia' - 1834. . VOL. xl XIX.-N- 0. 38. a Jtk.X2X jM-- j SUHV1T- ,...:., rr T ..t,ir - KinL-ii.- . '. - miJp, "U hore do you steep, my little ladi . tWhohjourpapcMurenot Witr. "Jit nooks and corners, w horoV erl can, 1 cuddlo up from the cold.'1 "Whenever it happcusfynu rn np dinner, What do you do fqr breads" .' jst at hvvjn Uopea j ofhetUir without," he'sald.J1 times,-.nilc- your nye? my litMo lad, a boy of mine. ho went on a journey nasi the stars. Said tbcurclifn, "1 jirn nine." Jlioyoil try myjittlo lad, ,' i untorne.' "jmu sorry. r, I itm sometliaus bad; ' - v .Hutjl do not'nwan to be.' ' "Will j oil como with mo., my little lad, t'o my warni nnj pleasant hearth?" ySHl e ,viUl J0"'" tho cl,IId replied, "W hcrever you wish, on eurth." Toother they left the , street, a door vrhjru . A A'oman watched wltlili , And a glint of gold In her hair. . " "You lMve brought tho child." ghceofUy said, will Ml our lives .iUi Joy; "He with a tcmiri love thudend. iiivuunsi uicurpiian ooy. n i Andnklss, like tlve touch of a f "Vvik. pre-J- l on the lono lad's brow. And he sobbinjrly crieil "If unjfols bright Can overlook hero, Just now, "I nra j my mother her child can seo. And bono tharyours she's fonml. Amlnhot ot thom7snow that mothers ., iinil ,1mj n , Have l"on only changed around?' Atid there wh n flash and dash of tear?, ' And i w.i e of "keruhlofe hllo. And the homo . In the hoart of loe that niffliU V a'ou Uwk Iiki I IA-'L- . ' ur -- 1 mirfl-An- d wind-swe- jvjv-- . -- '- -' roso-laa- 1 lth asenw-"i3annioll- o-t- ," littlenew-stxVyhml- a rhat in kindly lcd is found. I'iiII many an orphan jrirl tuul boy vv ould bo quickly "elmnired around." A LESSON TOR leo-,1- 1 A A niTLJf otjicrtvcoulil only know thojoy" ' Mrs. G. W. lVlalc. tn OeedainlLemler. ,v - FIRST I.EAM'K. A s : the author (under the ablest supef-1ioI frankly confess) of that First Kca!cr The"vay it camo aOout w as this. I havo always been passionately fond of hihlren. When but a decided v small specimen ot humanity myself I 'adored mi uie smaller specimens, .u ilIl. whom chanced to meet. At the IcmU-- asre of fci, there being no babv then at mv own home. I deliberately entered the home of our onian one dav. wa-her-- for vorv mjtlruu, oontnining iu a conacnel tlio milk of litTattire, who would have ituaiuod that it over could havo bv an possibility besoroo the means of briilyui thCi gfeaiot confusion and vexation to a grown-up- ? But it did. J.'Samuella (golden, nm that grownup, And I am'tlic author, or nearly n, reif. Arid being a book Jfooli. It is i .First Reader. HtMIeader is a book for voryyoun-chil- - ." voun"- d blo-so- ni acko-edgo- l- three-fourth- o-t- l" senooi-masio- r, 1 o-- t- u kuo vi agurtOAbojaba from the uraifto in f Iiie uroUj iC j tranj?0 as lt mi' aipea"ri TtUl 'no !pcTP one 1 11 our house fortunately not far distant The Enclish Premier. - and place" him in tho arms of my xery much astonished mother. And There, in office (on tho Treasury when he was reclaimed and carried bench), its the first Lord of the Treas-ur- ) away again b his rightful owner, I and Leader of tho House of Comsat me down on the iloor with a bang, mons, stretched out, with his legs and opened my mouth to its utmost straight before him, and his toes turned width, and lifted my voice to it utmost np to the lantern roof. His hands he height, and refused" most emphatically listlessh crosses on his lap. His head to be comforted. droops "over his right shoulder. His This love of little ones did not wants to scorn different from everybody face is pallid. Tho corners of his diminish in thcloait as I grew iu stature else, just as she sends t j Paris from this mouth droop as if in pain. His scant and in years. Ofi thu contrary, it seemed out-o- f village for her bonnots gray hair clings like a fringe of tloas to increase", "and it became as natural fqr a,L gloves . Why" there's' no com about the base of his great skull. His me to talk baby talk and make babyTpaKson "between tho twb men. Matt 0305 are closed. The powerful features, ii mes lur every weeuaniug lyai. came dances beautifully; Mr. ErL'ksou don't touched with a tinge of sweetness and iu my way as it was for me to breathe-au- dance a step. Matt lovely; Mr. overworn with half a century of polifor r the older youngsters I had Erickson can only join sings bass." Matt tics, mutely, engender pity. His in a ' always a ston ready some simple has a complexion like a girl's; and Mr. clothes hang looscty about his thing nbput simple, "things, but, by Erickson Ins ouc like -l- ike figure, nlwaj-- s lithe and active in " creation, .my own: And motion, and with tho free stride of a vV as having'eontfived to bo an unobserved' ously, man's.," I suggested, mischiev- wild thing of the woods. But when she paused for a comparison. listener to several of thee stories, and Mr. Gladstone is once aroused b3 having alo'lcarncd from Sue, his little' "0, pshaw, Ella, what a tease voti attacks of Jiis opponents "the lax niece, and "I made up out of my own are! And about xour own beau, too! figure, which scorned to sleep, suddenly .head" the iinsdes' with which slfe often But I don't really believe 3 ou know" sits bolt- upright, chin in the air, and sought to euiertain him, Mr. Erickson, ami nerc. sue heaved a deep sigh hands, clasping .his kneos. There are our schoor-m:i.stand a very clever "what ahicky girl you arc." only three lingers ou the left hand, the "Well, I began the Bender, andssoon bare knuckles being 'concealed ith a fellow, too said to mc one- afternoon: "Miss Golden, I have undertaken a became so absorbed in 1113-- work that circular black patch kept in its place task in which I think nay, I am sure everything I east eye upon instant')' by a narrow black ribbon drawn back that you can, if you will, be "of great resolved itself into a First Lesson. Did and front of the palm. All traces of ". the butcher stop at the door, "L sec a fatigue pass awav, the eves, large and assistance to me." "AndMiniv what may that task be?'' mau; lie is, a . butcher: abutcher sells luminofts keen ami irrev,, ret with meat,"' immediately Hashed through angeBiipon thcVne'ny. ilThe nostrils asked I wonderingly. Did one of my intimate dilatef thoMips, still close, work im- "Tho preparation of a First Reader," mi bratn. . ho replied. "I do not expect tho. mends qall, I,greetcd her in mynnmi patienlh-- . the body leans forward, the pecuniary results to be princely, wun, "i see a girl;' her name is May .hands glide upon tho knees pressed though no doubt you would realize (or Lib, or Molly, whiclicver it niijrht outward. enough to compensate for what- be; "sho conies to tell sonio news." "In "a moment Mr. Gladstone is on ever time you might expeud; but the My very dreams were haunted b3 like his feet. Say it is a field night, and practice would be excellent for von. examples. I saw the queerest things that he has como from some political and perhaps ;opcn the way for better Their names were gibberish. They recoption. Ho wears evening clothes paying literary work." J pla3"od strange and ridiculous prauks. and a flower. When he comes down to "literary work," repeated I. "Vt hy, But for all that perchance in conse- the House decorated with the spoils of 1 never even dreamed of such a thing." quence of all that the book progressed the garden, the reporters sharpen their "Did you not," he said, with a smile. rapidl)', and the iir-- t hundred lessons encils and members wait about the "Well, yon are not tho first person who were "almost completed, when mother obbies to hear him. B3' what process has remained in ignorance of his or her; received a letlpr frpm i cousin of hers, the liberal chief rumples tho fronts of particular talent until a friend dis- dated from tho same place in' Australia his dress shirts is a secret as closo as covered it. But are you willing to give from winch Undo .Sam had come. It that of the aire of the world. With : road as follows: mo a'helping hand with the book?" rmmli nf (iiiick sttms ho entries tn the. Your brother-in-lastarts .1: "Most willingly," said I. "Tell mo forUkvkSaiiah: a few ilars 1 trust mat . . ,nl. mwr f tl, . ....- ... ... .,l,i. Wildwood in nrf "'i""- .,i. .plainly what I am to do, or to try to do, will arrive safely, and bring you permanent! mil lor an instant oeams npon tno 1 ou. and I will begin this x'crv evening." relief from your pecuniary troubles, nouse. Then he opens the Hood gasc, will And And I did begin that very evening. uearanco him much changed in hardflThts7n of his orator3, and deluges the Com the result of several and extremely glad I was to do so. For w hleli ho has )ecn encased since you last mons with superb eloquence. ' Scenes I had alrea'di'7 although April had Siw him. Never handsome, ho is now pe m the Commons. write scarcely set in, trimmed ni3 usual eiilinMooklnir- - to Ihave you this esoeciallv to warn the others,' w.vn you, and amount of spring hats and bonnets, not to allude in th slightest way to tho phys The Cheaper Way. will be impossible for you no(i it which our community not following leal blemishes nnv to ooserve, ns such auusion wouiu nave. strictly, for good and sufficient reasons, the effect of rousiiur him to furious ansrcrJ upon Secrctar3 of a certain railroad, enterthe decrees of fashion also included With lo to Samuclla. favor, whom ho&cemi j and kind reniem-- ing the president's office with a newsinclined to look with most, of the summer ones', thereby- - cuturanecs to tho rest, I am j ours faithfully. paper in his hand ting off that source of income for four Tom "The villtansl" very long after tho reception or live months". And it had beeu highly And not "What now?" necessary that another source should of this letter Uncle Sam made bis ap"Why, here is an article askiug if he discovered immediately. From which pearance. He was "peculiar-lookiug.- 'i statement we shall naturally inferihat to use a favorite remark of one of ow our road can meet its June interest ! the Golden family .was golden only' in oldest citizens, "with a vengeance." " Did you ever?" 'is ever! That editor ought to be najme". Itvas. "Otherwise, of course I His head was bald in spots, as thongh "uieanJn aJnonoysuseitvyas nickelly, the hair bad been pulled out 03 great hung' "Shall I begin a libel suit?" and not that fo as great an "extent as handfuls, and his face was all,, awry. ' ' durable, "Yes yes at once! That is, wait a Add to this the expression of an ogre, Father we.ll, any kind of steady and you will not wonder that the chi- few days. I'll see the treasurer, and wo can borrow the money to business seemed to disagree with father; ldren, who had been hastily dressed at if he consequenlly he contributed to our "su- n.4ws of his approach, were as ha3tilj pay the interest we'll make that inpport only b3' fits arid starts. Daniel withdrawn'to the kitchen when hb ar- fernal newspaper sweat." '"Aud if we can't borrow?" our eldest bov, worked faithfully as an rived. Poor little darlings; we gotthem 0 "ah! Yes, xve may be short assistant bookkeeper in a publishing awuy just m uiiiu, jur mcir jips nau oe- house in Xcw lork Cit, and sent J gimto nniveriind tjieir VVliS Ml crm I guess, upon tho whole, we had bettervt iisu,, iiiu newsllim. ignore me Hciiciu. nearly half his salary to motlier the liTor v.'itli frinrlirnnnd snrririso .George, our will get used to him "by degrees," whis- paper, Also, all the people connected first ut every ..month. youngest loy. was clerk with (a hope of pered my mother, as I gave ach of with it. Xothin so hurts a newspaper ignore of. thelirm) at kiss. i "And now, i some day becoming onestore; and I, as themdear,reassuring and do your best to as to News. its existence." Wall Street - thiAVildvvood general go back Ella I havo intimated above, was the Wild- - entertaiu him untily our father comes in, d Wm. Ulrich, ar woqd milliner. But work as hard as we while I set about tho dinner."-- I might, Daniel, George and I, wo could returiied to the parlor. I sat down Philadelph3D loaded up with a toma-Iiaw- k and half ioaf of rye bread, started do no more, oven with the intermittent opposite our visitor. I found a dreadof ourI ful fascination in his unsymmetrical recently to obliterate the red wen of help from father, than takc-carselves and the rest 01 tho famil3 in tho face. I could not remove my eyes from tho West Tho good luck that so often humblest way. (The rest of tlio family it. I essayed to sneak, but before my attends the imperiled red men came consisted of mother a darling grand- mouth was fairly open Uncle Sam beat aain to their rescue, and the savage in a motheranother darling and three of his shaggy brows and growled: "And vonth was found cryingragged, Philadelfootsore Uie sweetest, cunningest little girls, so you're Sam, are you? And what phia hallway, hungr3, old, that ever do you see that you staroin that way Sg Tind yowling for ma. The Indians are two. five and six years P3eded to be taken caro of.) So, as you And then tlio KiiiriL of that First etill on our liands. Detroit Post. thc-othe- had stipulated at the timo of my "engagement, now two months old." that marriage -- hould not be thought of for at leat two years) as some of girls did. 2sett:e Haley, for instance daughter of Haley, the builder, with a snug little fortune in her own right, in- hented from her mother was particularly wroth. "She only talks that way." she said, referring to Mrs. Leroy, "because she r the-wa- v j 1 d ng - cr j j I 1 J. .... . t SB-y- d , twelve-year-ol- o ben out lookin' at tlie boy s play football. Now, they aint any science in . Auyboily knows thit. I've played foot ball u' you have 'n' you nal. kngw UwvaUitno'JttttbjirjkovJyQ --rrJoenb Cook, has an alacnx jalock j rninpaUHhurolHlbanauipIoutaiiipy-?torfmliildtsniUhi2tonTTdsUrTrivrtS " t ir x ls ..: i.. Iavare1oo11oliafo to plav'SoPnTbffitt l"f"!inmvTTei""n Saul he "Tho 6ilwn1)optunrfd Moss, in Egypt! If I aint had Bill imp-sobegin his Ieeturevv'hoiTto'brea!fiTOpIupi. o tales havitiV 1tst their poten",, the fir a red hot sol iujin rubber ball tho Cnited Statcv uumbc.s '',0'O. for an interlude, when to resiim his and Copmh iincsliat.ons "cre a' me so I could. ft think for a This doci not inclu'c the Indiins of lecture, and when to cm luile the t conch 0 I and brught forth. II roll. wee'i but it'd gone plum thru mo" You Alaksa, who numbci atni-i- I 'o.)imi. whole performance. say the nvi.ority report "eviAbo-i- t They hit a boy a cr.ie'c like tint with a ball These Indians are 'tatlere The Morav iar.s hn.ejust been celdently" iguounl ami purposely l " 7.",0 Mi of then aro in lie Indian Ter ebrating their 4i7th anniversary. Tin's to day an' he'd cry 'n' lay d iwn 'n' the sworn testimony of the most " l'here have lcen bao ball plavers ritory, where we Imd live c.vilicil leaves the Edinburgh tercentenary lar s intellign, trustworthy nd reliable The-- e are Ihe Cherokee. in tho rear. The Moravians ulaim to said the iritious. kille I by a ball frjm the of Copiah County and gac luil sporting editor, intent onba." sUindiug up Creoks. Clio taws, Cnickasaws aud bo the oldest Protestantsect in Chrreen-dora- . credence and belief to th statements 0 lor the boys of to day. Seminoles. They number about GJ,Q)9 They aro able to go back to thu some of whom wrc shown t, "An" so" they'd o igiit to ben!" oare I iu all, and they have a civilization year 1 157. tiersons the form of a twenty-liv- e of character for veracity the obi nun, in a thou:. l dil-la- r burst of wrath. "So pretty well advanced. Each tribe has check, and out of this grew Black and others apj arently too ignorant vi. "Our obiorrntfon is,' sny the Every last oie of a govornmentof itsowa, modeled sometheyd o'ight to Friday. umlerstanil ami regard tho obligation 0. 'em! Any man that'll go maki-- lin' what on the government of t ie I'uited Methodist bishops in their quadrennial Credit MobiPer came along nd the oaths taken by them. ' address, "that where the ministry is I in such a game hail onght to bo States. There is an upper and lower holy and aggressive, the chir !i s Oakcs Amos gathered in his Tho report Plates tlm tho people o' Ifcillcl. -- a Senile aud 'faint anything like a (.'hris house of the Leg' slat ire and Congressmen at comparativean Copiah County are Both aro prosper, whether in our rural distnwan game o ball, kno.ikm men to House of Representatives. ly low prices. that the number of crimes and viola elected by the ne ple. The Senate thev or in our cities; but when meu r" .i t Taint p!uvel r. tun p With Grant's second term came the t ons of law committed by the whit- - leices like thatIsvva rrvht, no how. over the fcn" out? can the house ot kings, ami me uouso in the ministry simply to autl incron-- c of his pay to fifty thousand sitions and to rocoive support, in that county are los iu nuui- leople of Representatives U the houe of wardollars, the salary grab gnme and back perform the duties ol olli e, r and less aggravates in character N'o.'taint. Kia you cross a m:n yo-- i riors. This comrress ma'. on the laws bases? can't. Kin pay to Congress. than in many poitmns of New 1'nglaiid hit Vim a clipNo youtho ball when he's for their government, and the oilv re- our churches fail." wit'v Tito disgusted people elected Mr. and otlwr Northern Ma'es that boas' A missal or mass book print ed nt rtiiirnji' bctwit b.n'i. and put him out striction on these lawi is tint they bo Tlldun PreshU'iit, but the Republicans their educational advantages and an' I him t'dnk voit've bored a within the laws of tho Congress of the Antwerp in 1610 i in use at th- ruake refused to go. By tho aid of fraud and superior civil at on. They analy. United States. There. is also an ex- attached to Carmelwood, the priests' h de de.ni thru' him at the s line time? forgery they stole the Presitlom-- j for the before the committee Marlbor"igli. residence, near .'i voi cm'?. Ye ' t t run after ecutive branch of the government to Ya. The typo is Upper and beiutiiuT, Hayes, and Hayes rewarded the thieves show that the ermes in vest 'gated hci c'" ir carry out those laws, judges and e urts I lech w jt'i on fo t yf yer bae an him with mibl c oilitcs in h hich they could not jH.hticsl enm . st l.im wetli the ball in yer h rids. Is to pass upon them, aud sheriils and the paper still fresh aud of tieplunder tho people. ith regard to the kill'njr nf Mat ball. I'd like to constables to impose the punishment texture, and the wo xl cuts. Then cunie nuothcr election. The thews, the minor ty ipiot from the tes- tlia' a iy way to p'.iy the various events in the If-oa ball a prescribed in theoi. They punish by chances of the ltepitblicans were des- timony to show that it resulted from a kn.jw ' Kin a fallow kn I m le, an' then run around the ring death certain criminals, but they shoot Christ, are wonderfu.Itf choice an perate, Tho corporations, monoKlies persoii.d (jttanel letween Mattiiew The book is s ippsc to ha the oflbnders." briu; t'ie vv'iolc crwd rather than hang and banks, favored by the party, raised and liceler nlx!it xlit s, and tl'M th'ee times.-i-v"What crimes aro punishable by been brought over by some one f th a corruption fund to bur Iudiann. Tl.e on the lea t im ' Or kin he bring aMtth"f feller in heeler was early Catholic settlers in Mary !an I on ct vvethout dcntli?' said I. who li rmis aro in fouf hundred thouspeculators rai-e- d Of Matthews they sayThe people who believe that tM "Murder, horse stealing and rape." stoppin .' No he fan't. Do you ch 1030 sand dollars to the fund on the pledge "He carried anus upon his jterson tribes o IsVou have was the reply. "The lirst and last for English are the long-loNo vou d )ii'l! of Supreme Court Judgcdiips for their and vv a? regard d by many as ready. side'? '" the lirst olfonse. Horse baling i, pun- rael, are collecting money for- wh it texnis ai tools. The army of was even eager, for the fray. known as the Tara Trust Fun I. e- ii- ) well. Mr. Tuisllep-rl,said the ishable for Uio tirst oTeiiso by imprisonasosod. The election was bought. ment, the second by whipping, and the lished not only to lok after the editor, "that s ol t towu ball; Arthur, then He was just such a person as wtrtld after tho tribes, but to excavate the Tara Moiit. third by death."' w " purchase banqueted Horsey, its princi- Im likely t come in coil.sion wit'i no m ly jila . s tha' "How do thev tribes dress'" said I. County Meath, IreLnnd, in the h oe nt l'h it's ba'E" how'e I the old man. pal man pulator. mid publicly extol le I others, ooiter or later, that would end "Just the same as Uie white man," discovering b'iried therein the d Is "Didn't I play ball f re vou wjsbirii? tho power and efficiency of "soao " seiiouslyU not fatally."' I cat' nor replied Mr. Hayworth. "Some of them that were given to Iho Prophet Jit Reckon uobo ly p!a. s 'oie ol Garfield became President! J a repjiril to the investigation pro He miah when he purchfwed the lnml id Nor 'Andy aro traders, .some farmers and sto-- k cheated those to whom he had pledged pocd by the niajorit;, at the next elec'two old cat' now, raisers, and some arc engaged in the va- Palestine. Mr. Spnrgeon, re ently i t Some of them branded tion in Mississippi, the minority ay ovor' nor b'lll pea u.- a ijthinj. patronage. rs mechanic, shoe this subject for his ail d rious trades. him as chenU One of them assassi- it is a t Jurat to disfranchise the people ta-- to me:" that the fiction of th- - -s t. n a1 it this game of foot ball?" makers, blacksmiths and carpenters. nated him. "But of lie Stat" of Mississippi in the com ng Some of the busiiicM is done by whites; tribes has no warrant in Senotir. Tlio lobberies, among Presideatial election. made with a view to asked the c'ty e litor, anxious to but a white man who jvisiios to do busi- I'liero wero no tribes lost, hence iU.to other public cr.mes. came to the sur- deterrii the eiti.tuof t'lat Slate from ihe old man ba-- to bis item. y call it fo it ball, but ness in Indian Territory must first arenosueli persons yet to be dis face. The robbers were iiidict-U' WjII. th-casting Us Electoral vote lontrary to I. Neither are we Uie de&tuid mU Through a bogus prosecution they es- ihe party iu power, and that "a more goodliest oiily know, what it rcely wajs. get a license from tluk Government at Washington and from the Indiau Na- of those tribes. Wo aro Gentiles, and To reward the unsuccessful flagrant an abhorrent attempt to bullcaped. fhev hel two teams: 1iohj tidie if they are themselves the dc prosecuting counsel tho Treasury was doze an entire State by threatening to di In't. An' the in re looked an' the tion. The Indians aiju somewhat caro- Uio Jews iii I, rie lo3 1 knoved. tid whom thev admit and they charge scendants of the tribes mentioned further plundered. d'sfrauoltise it people and destroy its more I lislcne a certain percentngo holy writ. Detroit Isl. the traders either Is it Mirnrisinir that with these ex- - auiviiouiy can not ie iomi-- i in lie; an- - L'hcv hetl goals and amples nt the head of the Government, j uaWof constitutional governmeiiL" what'n the mime o' 'Oie is 'half- - on their sales or aljceos fee. Iho I'UNUENT VAUAIUU .I'liS. - boc'kji?' SSIhT'lUPllr "TUXi- - disluinor .ml n dtt- - i v. in qui clxeii lliu iniiiurit IULV An they luid 'to'.i.di dwo'.' Creeks ,- charge two luuulfpd dollars for rra iijpi-iicfmin:iuoflitnihirwiniii"iiirsirsTr , est means shottlir spread among the linm rftSlmweTl""exposf7iff'lho aiiT- - bieks. aniuiirlor backs, an Uierc'was Indian. hoVtiycr?"'i'avnmbintr? MW'"T?. wncn oniy suiuei uv :i lirenth. ...... V..S.W..'.- which, people? aid's, an' eafetv touch downs, an' also whites who hnve any Indian blooJ may be wiped clear again, but if once musofthe recomincndntiou. but they of hen (Jranl stepped from the Presi- fe'l justit el in v.m; th little underdrop kicks, an' dribbled kick ofs. an' in their veins If a white man marries cra'-kcan never be repaired. Stott. live the dency into a .swindling broker's ollice. stand the spir t or temer of the AmeriP'in'id ball-- , an' all that sort o' n e nn Indian hecanto do mwith Terntorx. but When little Edith was visiting in its laws or whicn obtained money from victims on can people who suppose they ',ll ag.rn Now what kind of a way is he has nothing ise went with one of her cousins false pretenses, which sought to im- submit to the tlefe.it of their will in the thit to play foot bill I'd like to know'''' its government His children, however, Detroit she "Where is your to Sundav-schoopress the elief in its holveney upon its cho:ce of a President, as was the case "How did vou used to plav foil bill, by an Indian wife have all tho rights of home3" asked the teacher kindly, with a full blooded Indian. I is a princi customers by pretend ng to lie inter- - in 1877. "So'ther an Elettoral CommisI'n le William?" asku I tin soc ety pie among them that the least bit In a v iew to putting the little ono at bet estcd in heavy Government coutrn"ts, sion nor armed solde-raround thN editor. "Ileavctu" said Edith, thin, ng thirty which ussd securities intrusted to Cnnitnl will prevent the installat'on in and ".ickd it!' shoute the old man. d:ao. all f Indian. Ifofthe man be second ease. sho was being religiously (ate Indian that or sixty mrlS part a it- kcep'ng ib it any wonder that the the i'residential ollice of the man elc- "Happed it d nvn on the g.oiin an' Prcs Fishes, Enos, Doild, Hntchos anil ' vateitotint position by the votes of ki ked il! Whe we cou'd 1't git it to he is entitle I to e jtinl rights, property, chised. Detroit Fri It was a young wife vviio, traveling and otherwise with the others." Senevs camo iuto existence? his eountrv men. The reproach brought where tho ball was, danced aro in nn' "Is thore much intoniiarringa among with her son.'an infant, wrob- l hoi The true cause of the panic is easily upon our "system of Government bv the kicked somebo ly's shin! Kicked an husband as follows: "Wo aie the di ferent tribes and nics? ' traced There were venality, prodigality occurrences which placed in t'.e Chiof gH kicked back! IPiste herl Didu't and enjoying ourselves f"'J "Yes, among tho tribe a great ileal, iirst-ratand dishonesty at the head of the Na- - E.xcculivo oflico of the Government a havo no pull bu ks 'n' no goils 'n' no bribe-takiconsiderable among the negroes, and much. Wo aro in fine health. Phi dis- - man wno had been defeated tion. and at the punts n' no luiisense! Jest kicked! n a'l f"in s some among the white. The diacTont Ikiv can crawl about honesty prevailed at the White House. polls is too ke nly felt by tho peoplo of Like this! may l sa'd The Presidency was stolen. High olli- - the country to nislifv the belief that cheer.Ml as the old man tribes mingle to a certain oxtcnt. and Hoping that the same And the boys hot" of the vou, I remain, etc., Fanny.'' cers of the Government boasted of their they will tolornte for a moment the jumpc up, backed across the sanctum trade together. At the time were a Days. elec'ion through the power of "soap." And the and made a rush at the waste basket to breaking out td the war there of their repetition. xov First Tho President was murder d by a minority can but express their surprise show how they "kicked it." Ik great many negroes in the Territory charge thatCabman What did Inm stranger for dnv.ng owned as slaves" by tho Indians. When 'how-ovspoils huiter. Public robbers at the temerity that volunteers, c Might it low ami up fur into the blue were protected by the Administration. covertly, to avow a purpose so de cerulean dome of the ce'l'mg went that the emancipation proclamation was round the corner to Uie hotel? se odd 1 '.: Grant descended from the scat of Wash structive to the hopes aud honor of the basket, out of the open window and in sent forth the Indians gave these Cabman 1 charged ?1.97. Yhv diln't ngure. ington into the scat of a Wall stioet ' country." the street. negroes riglits coepial with them- That is a ipieor oven So?" graceful curve cle:jf,acro5s !" 'a'l-- e shyster's "full" partner, from l,tflt,i.r The renort is shrned by Messrs. and for two long' hours it rained selves. Since then tho two races havo you make it an 5 1.97 was all ho had. Phihvl'tihsa been intermarrying more or legs acMonopolists Vance, Saulshury, Pugh and Jonas. armies original poems, sonnets of all sorts ol cording to tho tribes among which they Gill enricho I by Congress, in their turn enWaihinqlnn Press Diipa'eh girls with fancy names and two-toFipp', who has been lunching with riched Presidents, Congressmen and political contributions and faded corre- are located. This iutermarringe has cry i h ng Judges. The demoralized peop'e rushed tho been most anion" the Semino'os and a friend upon frog?' logs. "Ev world, and deniauds for spondence, Some Oracular Utterance. least among the r'herokecs. Sine) this vou see is of some use in this into wild speculations. Values were stoppage of the pa er. throats of IH Friend, who is dispuinflated by fraud and trickery. Then Wo hardly ncd to remind our readsuit, :. and a miscellaneous shower ot time tho negro has been increasing even the frog." Of came the inevitable smash, ami whon it ers of the fact that the Adnf nistralion advice, dictation, s iggestioti, approba- more rapidly "than tho Indian, and he tatious: "I don't agree with vou what usois the mosquito to us?" I ipps was approaching men stole and swindled which came to a welcome close upon tion, abuse, chock, news ami political will eventually outnumber him. "Ah, mv dear follow, you tak" a vrong in the desperate attempt to sav o their March I, lfJSl. was a bastard Adminis"How do the Indians manage in from Taxpayer, Constant wisdom view of "things. Just think how useful to their land?" money. no legitimate right to Reader, Old Subs riber" Fiat Jtistilia, tration, having "They are located, yon know, on we aro to the mosquito." Um'on 0a The causo of tho panic is plain. What perform executive functions snd exis- Cit'zon, Vox Populi, Lex, Amoricus, N senseless folly to attribute it to the tari- ting durin" the allotted period through and Ono Who Kn ws. vVhilo howling reservations, tho limits of which aro zelte. A man in a train was hear I to ff, the Silver bill, tho election and tho fraud andlheft by tl o leaders of the and groaning under the table, lay old carefully de'ined. There is an abundfrightened lambs! A'. Y. World. groan so frightfully that the pnss.Mi.rer-too- k Bepubliean party, and through t'.e suf- Mr. Tnistlepod, with a broken toe, ance of land for cash tribe and the civpity on him, and ono of them gave party. Still, wh Io a big stmc.viro Queen Anno ilized nations average about six hunferance of tho Democratic the form and stato of the ollice and its cuspidor, that had hem through three dred acres of good land for each fam- him a drink out of a Husk. 'Do vou "Walt Till We ('ct fti." '"' "1 1." w ere aj proiir ate 1 as fully Presidential campaign, lay in it place ily. Each tribe holds all of its lands in feel bettor asked the giver. There is really no difference of opin- as thoii'di the people had given the :if- - by the s'de of the waste basket, without common, though the Indians have their said he who had groaned. "W hat ion among Democrats as to the propri- rangement the seal of their approva'. "Yes individual personalpropcrty. The land ailed vou?'t "Ailed me?" ety and importance of a reduction of lno fraudulent Administration had a a dent lin it. is divided into farms, as least a great what made vou groan so?'' "Gi in1 Foot-balI to be a great ganio tte I tho tariff. All who are true to the fa- Ministry, a Cabinet, tl e head of which G rent land o"f f reedom. I was singing. ii when Uncle William was a boy. and part of it is. and much of it is fence miliar Democratic doctrine, "the greatExctinnge. 'as an eminent lawyer, who kes some- they just kicked. Burlinjlon Ha'wkcye. and buildcd upon. An Indian can imest good to the greatest number,",agrcc times to roo as a reformer, notwithprove a piece of land, fence it and "In what sense Is the term gfcosc that favoritism in taxation, or" the standing the incongrni y of such pos-to- n build houses and barns upon i. Ho egg used, George, in connection vv itli A Frank Epitaph. building up of any special interest at then has ,n title to its use and he can base ball?" "Soose egg! It means when his antecedents arc taken inthe common expense, is wrong in prin- to account. Ho bus just delivered him-e- 'f it sell this right to its improvements and Angelina- - That is to The following epitaph occurs in Tht it products to others. Many of these nothing, cipher. The player whosay ciple, dangerous in practice and delefails of sonic periods whose length is in means a the tial f jr January 12, terious to the mass iu its general effect. inverse ratio to his own. as is' common Champion of civilized tribes are good farmers, ind to score anvthing is said to have made But there arc Democrats who for expe- when he opens his mouth or grasps his 1830, a newspaper which, I believe, some of the farrniaro vcrv largjv lived. Whether it really I know of ono in tho'Stnitli-i'n- i' was very short diency's sake wish to put off any cilort pen. He &;iys: t'Vff'Ioy if meant something entirely" diflercnt. existed, on a gravestone, to reduce the tariff until the party shall 'Ttiorriias Iwn no period in our history osisls, or everis which comprises three thousand a"rcs "Indeed, what was your idea ot it?" "1 have been installed in power in all the when It was more important to defeat the or vvhothor it but a piece of newspaunder cultivation. Gov ernor Harris, a thought it m"ght be an egg laid Louy Hetnocratic than now. departments of the Federal Govern- all concede, tan only bo dnnThat, we mut per satire, I must leave to some Cum- full blooded Chovtaw, has a farm runof the 'fouls' of tho game."; by carrying ment. "Wait till we get in," is the la- Nc Z H s a very narrow mart; n to brian reader to inform us: ning into the thousands of acres, a grist isville Courier-Journa- l. brill? tho security ml furtl'.r cvpm- - on Cj7 f a lit HiirwW. burrp'fm nn a Mwi conic way put it. Elizabeth is a Buffalo girl about mnt lst''li Erected (u 11 irtley dutm ("inrcJi, milL and a store. And another Indiau of tho mercantile, The "wait fellows be trial interests 0f thiscommercial an.l ofInilus tu."H'erIa(i. ours I know, a finely educated man, who eight years old. Vv'hen asked how far uieat country Hero Imth the lnxlles long to the same school of politicians ,Io"rn ,o: .b!,t s,fh Is the i nation, ami wo speaks English well, has two thousand .he had got in her geography lessous of THOMAS HONDatHlMAUY, hi wife. whn'nrtnnrlv.lnllUI ..til. ...V. U.IU1- - l""'1 I"CCt " "8 it Confronts US " ...w .V......VI.J y......... .,,.,. !. rp, f J acres enclosed, and uses it as a stock the little woman said: "Vc arc in the Sho was tomperat", chaste and charitable: , J Ulll. 11 IS IIUL back business in certain States until the Washington 7Ji(t, sho was proud, peevish and passionatcv farm." Cor. Cleveland Alps now. And what do you ' think? Republican schemers managed to steal very encouraging to the apppchensivc she was an affojtloiut'j wife and tender Leader. The girls there wear short red skirts mother: the traditional hard money thunder of Bepubliean brethren. His judgment of lint, her husband and child, whom she loved, and a sort of green jacket laced in front The once lovely village of New and behind, with puffed sleeves. I don't the Democrats. The Democrats of Penn- fitness in connection with the pious "cldom saw her counten nice without a dissentiment toward the Democratic parcustinz frown: Hampton, Orange County, New York, just remember what kind of stockings sylvania lost the Governorship twice Whilst shercceiveJ visitors whom she despised (in 1875 and 1878) through tho folly of ty" is expressed as follows: has been mined by the turning of Wall-ki- ll thev wear, but I think they are blue." with an endcarfnjr smile, "nj" ?r;'n man P'"lon. what wo need in New iler behavior was discreet towards stranpers: y River from its natural cour.-c- . Tho "Well!" exclaimed the paralyzeiLparent temporarily denying their y ork is too who can get changed to prevent tho It.it, imprudent in her family. we flo not get thtwc the mes' voles; and attempting to please tho ami li the DcmooraMc Abroad, her conduct was influenced by good channel wasland above New Hampton when she could reaver her breath, overflow of rcenbackers in certain sections of the party will. breeding, "but where are tho Alps, child?" I The wisdom of that observation is ilnrinn- freshets. Ihe change ha3 not don't know," was thejirtIc3S jro3ponse. But, at home, by State while they kept explaining to the cnomy the business of the village, v element in others. Thev only surpassed by its novelty. Dorsoy and Sho was a professed tt pralsoto Cattery, or commend: only ruined "It doesn't say any thing about that!" was seldom known professed to be for soft money with aJ was the man who got more votes in Bat, tho talents In which she principally ex- but the malarial influence of tho stagBuffalo Commercial. opinion, and sort of attachment, just Indiana than anybody eKc could. Per- celled were difference ofimperfections. discov-erln- nant pools in the old river bed has . nrnstrated nearly the entire population flaws and he would lie the one to set upon as the politicians haps .Medical ifem. She was aa admirable economist, But we oiioto lurthc.- -. are now undertaking to play "protcc-- i New lo-with fever. TheLegislaturehas boon and without prodigality, ni,,f,t s lie dispensed plenty to every person in her appealed to in vain anil tho village has It often occurs that doctors do not epilogue to . iionist, wun a '"ft anl if he is not romert andinn't driven Hut, would sacrinco family; but a promising future before care to tell patients the whole truth. their performance. But noboily was J b,c ' their eyes to a farthing nn vthin" .h0tPle-a- n'" ln' "e An Austin doctor has a very neat way candle. deceived. Ihey merely succeeded m it. X. 1 ot the country, for th-- y of encouraging the patient, and at the is they She sometimes made her husband happy with proiclyting for the Grccnbnckcrs from '.noSa or ,lle bnrsrood qualities; !Xiw,Mmn honiainioianr,.of lnrtiis-tr- a Hut, itXheroisno class of workman in same time lie does not deviatcfrom tho the Democratic clement, wnile at the much more Jreiucntly miserable with Sub,rt,1C(. wc(d Fuffcr the country," says tho New l'ork Jour- truth. her many failings; same time they cither drove hard monThis we reproduce because it sounds that, in thirty vears" cohabitation nal of Commerce, "so miserably fed, "Doctor, please examine my chest. ey Democrats into the Republican ranks so much like his aapient master, who, inasmuch, often lamented that, maugro he clothed and paid.as the clergy. There There is something the matter with my or filled them with a temporary disgu-- t when intornicd at his home that tho all her virtues, class of men to whom others, lungs," said a man far gone in conwhich prevented ticm iroin "going to people didn't desire his cervices, said he had not, in the who'.e. enjoyed two j ears of matrimonii!' comfort. highoriovv, rich or poor, faithful or sumption. . the polls. Ti.ey burned their candle at he didn t care on his own account, but .11 lenylh finding she had Ion the affections of The doctor examined tlio patient's unbelievers, so uniformly go, and from both ends and on election night found hi? heart bled for tho poor black man. her husband, help m chest, aud consoled him by "faying: ns themselves in the darkness of ignomini- I'oor' "weed, is the b ack man who familywell as the regard of her neighbors, ser- whom they, uniformly rtccbe disputes having been divuWe 1 by well as mental sufienngand "You just go home and don t bother physical ous defeat. Harrisburg (Pit.) Patriot. isn t held m hiohcr esteem todav thau vants, sho died or vexation July i), ITCS, about your lungs." a?ed IS years. the obscure hen farmer of Fremont. Ho h'ibanl survived -- An old lady from tho country goes nothing tho matter with "Is has ono virtue, however; he keeps quiet. Iler worn-ou- t months .tnd two days, her four g;xty cigar3 for every man, woman them?"there for the first time to the opera. After a Those who shared his four vears of i . SS, 170?, and and departed tills lire Nov. nnd child wero mado in year. imported iu tho 54th year ot his ngc. few solos the troupe all sing together. usurpation, would do well to foUow his "I don't iay that there is nothing the Chicago country last Wlllllamllond.brothcrtotbsdcceasrU.erccted into this matter with "thorn. idmt they will last "Ah." remarked the old lady, "they example m this respect. Bosloturost. this stono Times. you until you draw your last breath. don't care now that they have our AS A XVEBKMT MONITOR to the surviving Wives of this parish, elephants are an- - and you certainly xviu, munaye any Seo fill sing together so that money. .TJ .Deil ihe hardest things to accomthat they may avoid the infamy plish is to waken a man in a railroad of having their memoirs hando.1 down to pos- nually killed in Africa to supply tho use lor tliem after .that,' J ftrough sooner." they may got JJoston car who is occupying two seats. terity with a Globe character. Sitings, ivory irauv. bo-lon- recklessness in the mad pursuit of wealth and iu the methods resorted to for its accumulation. The shoddy fortunes made dur'ng the war inaugurated an aristo racy of money bags. Everybody wanted to to it and to outshine his neighbor. Grant as President, eager f r money, took present. The memb rs of his Cabinet, oaor for money, took lirihoo. His private- - Miurotnry a gangofG6vomntont uiievos. Cougrcss bostowod 230.0ftO,OCO aer s of the public lands on railroad corporations and thd Cougresioual saints grew rich. Jay Gould, Huntington and other great operators look their lobby to Washington and scattered ealt h among the National legislators. Gould, Jrisk ami (Jorbin gave the President's household a prKctfc-- J illustration of the vahio of a rise in jold in g ciit-ircdlu1 The minority renort of the Senate Committee on the Cop'ah Imestignrioit dissents entirely frtnn tho statnuonts and COUcljis-ioncontaiuel in tho report of the ina'ority and presents their owii and recklessness," our vicyvof allaiis formed from the testilearnod contomporary, A:th more re- mony of reputable and credible spect for truth Uian for grammar o.xaninel ,y thu conuniUto. Dishonesty and reekl(jauo .3 hnvo They cxpregs tho opinion tliHt tho inbeen the true causes of our troubles; vestigation as oriziuatcd and dishonesty in public nnd! priva e life, for the purpose of aiding the s d's-ioncs- ty The flea! Cntiso of he Late Panic. Our learned neighbor, tho Tiibunr, gives four direct ami one indirect causo lor the recent Wall street panic. Wo do not think they are sound. "Finally, there has been some "'tVi.iln "EieiTthiu-i- ChangeO." ni sas Old Mr. Thistlo.io i locked very as he ennte into tlio ornate sSftc-tuof tho Ilmokitft and sat d iwfl In tho edit ji''s favorite uhaii' td be," Nuthiii' isa't like it us-'"Everything':! said tho old man. wit-nesi- cs CJtl-ducte- changed." "Kight." said tho sporting editor, feelinir in his other jk) ket first, "ami lhuro U prdj'uai liUlo loft of the change. "' Anil look of woo camo ovor liU couuttiiian.'e as ltu Wondered what he did with it. "What's tho matter now?" tho city editor asked tha visitor. 11 Republicans in the approaching ranvass by reviving t'ic stories of outrage and crime which en so effectually use I in former polit eal and perhaps to furnish an exy cuse if for rejecting the lotc of Mississippi in the Electoral College, ami thereby defeating, as was done in expressed will of tho AmencinLnmnlu in thp ujioioe of 'ttrWfea! J!inkstu& stoffntjd nsk' wIio"innioVo3 iVtottluy? and assort tlit this and other such Frcsi-dcnlram-paij;n- -, necc-sar- "Well," Thisllenol replied, "I've fo'H-ball- 5r The IaJlawJlerrilory. Probably no niarfH the United State? irt.nu.-.- ! more of twrconditioji of our Imliail pojHlM'on tkn Mr. Hayworth, lite Government JOfwinteii'ioni ot education. Hjhms for yoii's ono of our leatlinglndia agents ami hehft'? live I right fdr Hid p.iit twelve-yearVarid'jaitribey both North amingt'c and South. He akiiwn nmong the Indians as their chief friend and and m rc tlia any mother American li is in'.liico oyr them. Mr. is a tloshy healthy, loikiug gea- n, with a peas- thmian ol mC'J"in-'eigijwt red whisker: and .itif. fjvci! oycre tho Indians Jail hjte Falher Pelwhis-korusing of eouijte thejr word instead He is an Ohio of ours foi' from Wiltnan by birth s.vjgn "HH5rn part of tho in tl mington State. iBuialllllftfilh him to night 1 HHestiouagra in-diau s nd-vis- er SCHOOL AND (JIIURUII. White exprossc3 - ih5 college life is an opinion that prc-eimprovement upon that of liftotm ijtv-r- s ago. Syramie (X. '.) Jonrnaift. Rev. Phillips Broo"ss snys that bu nt recent tour through India hosfcloil Itt?n to beltovo with groat faith and onrtit-suess in the general work of foreign m f sions. Hay-wor- th s, thet. The Boston Wttlckman Ba ? tbnf within tho last nine veers nearl . t hundred churches have been burn-- ' I vi America, mostly through defective hxi ing apparatus. Tho Mormon church claims that it has as many missionaries as tho American board, "and that they- - are well scattered over the eastern hemisphere, even to tho Holy Land itself. C.'f'igo Jour- -- 3-- a. u Dan-xil'- 1 -- at' tn din-gardc- e:t-en- b-n- ! r 1 Vico-Prosi-de- law-abidin- g, 1 - i -- bo-tvi- y -- - b-- npr--ent-in- k-'- s f ic. 1 " 1 ?e!f-lefons- f- - 1 st s ollice-holile- rs -' Vice-Presiden- t, g 11 - D-ji- Th-ya- sc-mon- tk k Star-rout- e gt k .?-o- re d I to-da- 1 y w flflTgsiitwSwt; m' g"ii 'wsvtsszTTttnisimHzzgz&&z ,", ed l. f -- j , ' - 1 - ' I 1 1 - il.-- i , 1 e, Gift-takin- g, ng I ' sug-goa'ti- 1 disap-po"nt- td er "-- tostoek-gamblin- g. n . 1 ro-ga- rd atta-hmen- Ls 1 i 1 - e pa.-t- y nn "-- -- "-- uiili-ll-.il- - hard-mone- hanl-monc- gold-and-silv- er ir "vvait-till-we-get-- in'' k. tantl-refor- m yf1?. wi.rkn,-")C0?',nVafc0- c, 0 lc. """" -- About-lSS.Os- iAi. W Patch-wor- Yo'ei and Queries. B&n ssmsssm&ssmimsm 73 Tlie .Hickman. Courier.! book in . Vf . . i ;, w 4 . . k . r tho exiles lived in was, it a miserable affair, built after tho "1 : KENTUCKY. manner of n Yakutsk ioupat of rough timber plastered with mud. containing nnartments, the usual oiitr nh,i a kind of Wcathcr-pori- h BEFORE AND AFTER. and a kitchen and which contained the'r TJEFORS SIM.K&X. apparatus. In the innci ap.ni-men- t, rosy h'uc her where they lived thev kept their . Tho like thethat UecKeiltint; faco Wns books, bedding and clothes. Kiuslan Her ronn ideal, symmetric prace. Eyes like enarke freed Jrom Mint. illustrated papers were pasted on the Her poMen ringlets hunc In curb. walls, but tho ccilin- was so low that Her diamonds, too, took tnc; the room presented a tlnrk and dismal to d seover lis whereabouts. Teeth. two rows or shlnfnsr pearls All this before sho 6hook me. .j Buali was detained some t'me at appearance, and candles were burnin ' there at midday. The Government al- Irkutsk, and in the meantime his friend AFTER SHAKEN'. lows each ex'le a monthly st'pend of the merehaut, true to his promise, had "Bomo unlucky chap has cut me out, s - And cictflmrs takes her walking: twenty-fiv- e rubles (oapcr). about $1 2.50 hastenod to tell tho circumstances and 1 fel a little vexed, no doubt. in American coin Out ot th" 1,iev conditions of his banishment to the For it starts the posslps talking; must feed, clothe and house themselves, poor young bride, who, as quicUv as !- - Hut fhe's not half to pretty now She modest Nature mocks; set out to oin Mm in i.u lesides lmicuriti"- firv..unoi nnd service. she tThe tnaiden blushes 'ucatU her brow, This is almost absolute destitution, for exile. With woman's wit she managed She buys ft by the box. in Siberia tho pud, or fortv pounds Bus- - to apprise him by letter of her coming, Her form so perfect, as I thought. sian (thittv-sipounds American), costs and a light broke in upon his grief, Is mado with five rubles. Sugar is worth a ruble a Daily, hourly, constantly he looked and la u dollar store her gonnwcro bought They're noiliing else but pate. pound. Though venison, heel, home- - longed for her, and just when he knew Her golden liair that droops in curls tlcsh and fuel aro tomparnlivcly cheap, she must c.ime they ent him on to Her false complexion suits: all tho other necessaries of lite are ex- - Yakutsk and from there to Verkeransk. Because, I've learncil from other girle, It's not golden at the roots. She. poor creatu-tilled ultli sworn travairnutlv dear. Knmnof the exiles had rich relatives who sent them mou- - sympathy and expectation, hoping from Her teeth aro falc, upon my honor. And penciled tiro her l.inhos; uy, out not mo' c tiinn three iiuuuiuu I;is delay ut Irkutsk that he woulil be Her eyes, made bright with belladonna. rubles could be sent at one time, and permanently detained, arrhed two lays Give lorth the sparkling Hashes. the- - mail service is so irrezular that too late, l'ietute her anguish '..hen, In fact, reality sbo shocks. As she blushing nature uncs. M5mtt"mos there is only one delivery in having travoled wth wifely devotion (Don t think I'm like the fabled fox six months, and only at odd intervals four thousand nii'es over the most rugThat scqmed tho sour graites). during the winter when some Govern- - ged country in the world, sh learned .V. I. Journal. mentofhcal has occasion to go over t lie the cruel truth. Still two thousand EXILES liV SIBERIA. roa I. Ao cmIc may send or receive any miles away and even theii would she ChJcr Engineer .UrlTlllc's Kneotmter with sealed package, rivervthinj of that na- find him? "it was too much for the poor turo must Le opened s'nd read or exam-- f heart. She lost her reason, raved for a the llusslnn Victims or TjfTnnny Leaves e from an Unputilislieil ltecord or Arctic ined by the Cossack; Commandant or little while in a and died. I Ho rocoiwd Chief of Police. Adventorca Knmantlc Experience f the sorrowful tidings, so "My conrng," iM.hillo writes, "tilled different from what he had hope.?, and iiaWGhicMingirieer Melvillo's new book, which his nephew. Jlelrillo Phillips is them with the wilder hics, for hero- - when I saw him he was just recovered now preparing for the press, contains tofon it had been tbasidered as impoi- - from the efTects of an attempt at to effect an escape by the Arctic tide by poison. tho narrative of his Polar experience on the voyage of the Jeanncttc anl after Ocean as to cross a living sea of fire, This is his sad storv as told bv h'm. ihe abandonment of the vcsel. Amoti" and for them, doubtless, it would be, as self and interj)retel to mo "by hit the many interesting episodes is an ai there was not a scaaring man in their ui'im Leon. ur.. uuali was not a count of his meeting with the Nihilist number, nor ono, I suspect, who had AMiuiist or at all intemporatj in hi cwilcs at Verkeransk in the Government ever seen the rolling ocean. Yet before political talk, and was not in conse"' Vi'3k"tsk, Eastern Siberia, in the I lett the- - told me that thev intended quence very popular among the , winter of 1SS1. and of their strange ad- to make the attempt, nud I ardently exiles, but wtw on pleasant terms other with ventures as related by themselves.0 Mel- hoped that it might be successful, for the espravnik, who liked him for hi. here I saw youth, intelligence and re own sake. Yet ho was not allowed ville was delayed atVerkeransk await- to . i?i fn. .,..: arrival of the rest of his party finement banished for h o to an Arctic ltr.letiri' Iiis nmf 1.... IScluii, as the posting facilities in lesert.w thoiit companionship of bo.iks onlv to perform the duties of tho hli i.I Irani by old surgeon at thu post, win mhdit ve-- f lor cultivatuil society, oiuenaoniy.jitiniit ot two or three traveling at the same time. What filthy and disustmffi akut?k, who were ward . him .nr not n .!. - ,..wi5:, uinii ' . ". . .i x .. .......... n " " vj follows is taken from his lorthcomiii"-book- : .ill ji I'j.ritiin nYTunr ...v...r .M.t.-,- u, i.v... iiii kimnnr pawHi. ao oxue is allowed to carry me natives are held strictly aecounta- - ' on busines. tench school, till tho soil "Directly after my arrival the esprav-ini- ble , under penalty of the dreaded knout labor at a trade, practice a profession' of or engage in any work unless throuirli or Cossack comniamlnnt. sent fir or of impnsonmenUfor th ' ? :SIIi5. ono of llic political exiles an exile, s.nce noboUy could .... i far- th medium of a master. If I wanted ..... . .i. travel . urn. wiuuui nic.r kiiowi- any service done an exile would some in his, keeping, to act as interpreter be- - t... uic cuuuiry --iii a offer t Jeon came and introduced cuge. 'I.. :. .l.t lilt..!!!. iiiai ail thev time come and pay his perform it, but xnu 'himself as the irentlcmnn who lm.l ioiu .)ian.u !.. II . i naiitii nave to .... master, upon written the letter for tho espravnik to asked and strove for was a constitu- whoso bounty he nm t depend for Thy irie while I was'ac the delta, and now. tional form of government. while he interpreted for us, he managed only wanted the prin'egu of being iniThe ignorant Yakutsk are very fearto'interpolate for my benefit a part of I)rjso'"' !inl hangftl, if needs were, ful of the whole class of exiles, for they his history. Wo had a capital dinner ' ,,m,era Iiussian Inwi and constituton, hear exaggerated stores of Nihilist together of teal duck, snipe and other antl ,l0t ,lr:vc likc almril of cattle into atro-itieand tho police officials ate tho (hicf of l'foc of some alway ready for an outbreak. I was game,.which Tvasharoffski, the csnrav- - cxiIe . p much anijtsed at KashnroH'ski, who nih, Kopurozen in his cellar all tho vear iuu Leon," IMelvillecontinups. "in his me that he lived in constnnt dreadtold round. Leon told me that he had never ol oclore eaten at his table, thoii'di often chara ter as interpreter, obtnnei fur assassination, and showed me a long ' at first invited to do so, for Leon was a himself and his companions the full knife and a revolver, which he alwavs very bitter Nihilist, and would not fra- benefit of my recital to Kasharoll-k- i of took to bed with him. whilo a Cossack ternize with his keepers. Kasharoffski tho Jeanne ttc's cruiJb and e .uipment, always slept in the outer apartment had a son, whom I named the 'malinki our retreat, supplies, clothing and lino nextto him. Leon told me that he and f7 fsoIdatMlittle soldier), to the great de- of march. The yonnot exile had been the o her exiles found a neter-failinlight of both. Mrs. Kasharoffski was a a tudent at the"'Keoie Polytechnique,' source of amusement in frightening the and seemed to be phjsicNl in general of chief of l'oliee, the Cossnck guards pleasant, g t woman, seemingly quite contented to the party. lie ga cd fondly on my sex- and the tradesmen at the pot, who spend her days in this remote wilder- tant, for wit i it he could find his way would sell them goods at a ruinous disness of snow, cooking and earing across the ocean. Thev had watches count rather than incur their enmity. r:folgrhousQ and spouse and little soiu andcompusses, bu( no means of dter-ininin- g "But," said Leon and his iatilude or longitude. So this "wuy should we mil thee tw.or friends "She waited oh n's at table, and did not devils? .m, sUjIqwu until wc had done. It was the earnest oung Nihilist began the con- Wc might, if we could thereby effect our struction of .'4 sextant, and son had first good meal I had eaten since leavBut to kill a ihou-nn- d of hem ing SaP; Francisco. We remained at navigation tibles in course of prepara- ' wouldn't help us to our libertv." find Jfctable in conversation until four o'clock tion, using a Russian almana-tIn addition to the illustrated newspa-tho sun's declination. It was their in- pers pasted on the walls of their sitting-roo- i inuext morning. rafei" eon informed mo that he had tention to build a boat on tho Yarn there were two pictures onea Yipver linnnl nf ihn Tcntm.. ......l: River, near Verkeransk, an I attempt a photograph, the otliT a wo.d-ctitak, tion' until we actually csme to the polar journey of a thousand miles to the en from a newspaper. The faced each coast and tle-- another of two tho :sand oth-- r from opposite sides of the room, 1 could sco his eyes sea to visit them. "brighten when I spoke of the facility miles along the coast of Siberia to tho and I stood Jook'n; at them, stnuk by xvitli which I conld navigate the coast Kastern Cape or Hehring Stra ts. their familiarly. Tho wood-cu- t I recof Sibcra in a vessel as small as our "I learned afterward, to my regret, ognised as n portrait of the dead Czar. whalcboat. Kasharoffski was anxious that they had attemptedvto carry out lie lay in state near u window, dressed to learn all about the clothing and pro- their boid proect. but without success. in h!s cerements his hands holditi" a s visions necessary to undertake journeys Thev eluded their and suc- crucifix on his breast. One of the exsuch as wc had been making, and ceeded, after many difficulties, in work- iles, observing my silent comparison of Leon's face Hushed with hope and jov ing their way down the Yara, pat a the two pictures, approached and said: "vhile 1 opened to his glistening eves a large village'nearits mouth within sferht "Trc two men aro ery much alike, glorious vision of escape from an odious of tlie sea. They might then have ac- are they not?" complished their escape with eomp e They eertanly were: faces sharp and imprisonment." ease, but the rolling waves terrified peaked in death, hair and beards Leon continued to act as interpreter in the samo way. I thought. during Melville's stay in Verkeransk, them and washed into their boat overoth wore likenesses of the Czar and and told him that in puttins Kasharofl-ki- 's laden with its freight of thirteen exiles, questions he would t&ko tho liberty and when they waded ashore it was said so. Tho o.ile smiled. swamped and all their provisions of asking some on his own account. "No," said he, "the photognph is '"Leon now urgently invited mo to soaked. One of the fugitives was a one of my brother, who perished of Some of tho eiles, cold and hunger in the horrible dunvisit his comrades in "exile. 1 asked young woman. Kasharoffski whether he had any ob- frightened at the situation, strnMitwav geons of l'otropavlosk, on the Neva. jections, and he said: 'Oh no! I do not gave themselves up to the authorities at His hotly was photographed on his bier, believe a nihilist can hurt a Republican.' Ocean sk. who soon captured the re- near one of the which has So he sent mo to the hut of the exiles mainder and sent them all into a the appearance of the palace ivindow, ;in his sleigh, which returned again cruder eapthity thin ever. Ieon was wherein is laid the corpe of the Czar. sent to KolayiiM. Kiver. Others were My brother was murdered in the fortfor Leon and myself at dinner time. "Leon was slenderly built, dark and taken from the settlements and took up ress; my friends murdered the Czar in cadaverous-lookin- g his j alace. Things that arc equal are man with Jewish their abode among the Yakutsk." features, though when I asked him he Another exile whom Melville took an equal in all their parts a dead Nihilist said ho was not a Hebrew. His hair interest in was Buali, who lived apart and a dead Kinsr " was long and black, reaching to his from the others and fulfilled the duties Kiicoiintirincr Iilooddicd. shoulders. He had been a student of (he was a doctor) of the law, he told me, and was arrested in who had gone blind from a cataract. A Detroitcr who put in apart of tho n students' street row. He had been Dr. IJuali had been very kind in his atbrought afterward before three separate tentions to Dawnhowcr and Leach. niniui in ;i Tonnessuu town made a Jribunals, not ono of which, however, His life held more of sorrow in it than number of friends anion"- whom was a Lad been able to find an'thing irregular that of most men. He had been a prac gentleman tailed Colonel and another iu his habitc or life, and so. indeed. ticing physician n a small town of Lit- known as Judge, Both were recent arhis final commitment papers exoressly tle Russia, had neither committed any rivals in the place, and no one knew stated. While on his way to Siberia crimc nor belonged to a secret society, just how they came by thoir titles or bv d the Cossack officer in and he (irmly believed that his onlv of- what rizht they wore them. The and the Judge wore -- ood friends command of his guard permitted him fense had teen marrying a youn" wom" to look over these papers, and learned an he loved in a neighboring village, for awhile, but at length they hail a falling out over politics and the lie was that ho had been sent out, after thrco "not knowing that he had a rival. passed. This brought a challenge, different tribunals had acquitted him, The story of h!s capture and of his In The on what is known cs a 'Government residence iu Verkeransk was translated which was duly accepted. course of a couple of hours the Colonel order1 a most remarkablo instrument, t me, with tears in his eyes, by Le xvhich - closed with tho following his friend and companion in misery. n, allied on the Delroiter and said: "The Judge is a good fellow at heart, specimen ofdcgal logic? Wo can provo seems that for a week he had been It nothing against this man. but ho is a tending the little daughtcrof the chief at and 1 hate to kill him. Maybe you had of student of law, and no doubt a very police in his native town, who at length best go quietly to the Sheriff, and he will appear on the dangerous man.' " And banished for so far recovered that ho tier ing and interfere." ground in tho mornlife ho accordingly was. Icon bad pre- name from h:s visiting list,erased hut The Colonel had scarcely disappeared served a copy of his commitment papers morning ho was surprised to sec one the when the Judge came in antl said: ' and exhibited them with a great deal of Cossack ,of the chief of police, who "I've been challenged by the Colmerriment at the peculiar philosophy of came to toll him that his master's child tho administration." was worse. " Would the doctor come onel." "Yes, I know." v thu hut with Leon Melville found at once?" Buali, not supposing the "And I've ac. opted. " four other young men, all political ex- case a serious one, replied that he would "Yes." iles, the oldest twenty-seve- n and the call there after breakfast. "And I'll certainly kill him, for I'm a youngest eighteen years of age. They Hut the Cossack insisted that he Mffj all jiroreipnal men and spoko should conic at once, and so he. bade "Well, he must tako his chances." I'reneb fluently, some of them German him wait until ho rotyhis over o iL "Yes, Jrn'luileKnj;M'ih.- - AU vrero" Here again the Cossack interposed, say- Hate to Hit lies a good fellow and I Nihilists, though several n;uiI thev had ing that the chief slaughter him. You might drop to not been so until after their banish-- - short distanci awaysihousc was but. n i.ut.-tlSheriff and that breakfast wink, anil the course and give him the of nient. Faeh one had a mournful.story would bo served for him there. Buali he'll prevent ' " to tell. They were from different parts supposed duel and the Colonel's life will the be y that the child must be seriots-lo( the empire, had known the inside of ill and hastened offat once; but the saved." Both the principals understood that , t Kussian prisons all th. way from Arch- Cossack said they tank angel to the Crimea, and were finally master's office. Buali first go to bis the blienft was to be notified, but that was surprised, sent to the frontier for but, not dreaming that anything was official did not rcco vc the slightest hint of tho affair. They questioned Melville eagerly in re- -, wrong, followed On the contrary t gard to the navigation of the the pothe Siberian lice ottice. The chiefCossack to in the every cflort was made to keep any 'met him knowlctlgc from him. and morning coast, and had a number of charts and vestibule They had often talked and prisoner. and told him that he was a came to tmd the men on the ,Tiia;-s"A batch of di earned, they said, about makin"- their heartless wretch, "arj exiles" said the and a "reat st.Ve of anxiety. 'Things ready to start were delayed as long as possible, and - j?tr- escape, Jbut a. thousand .miles ofvivw for Siberia will accom- finally, when it wasj realized andtwo thousand niilesof coast seemed pany them." Buali laughed it was a bbenff would not show up, the that the an impossible journey with the rseans good joke; but Colonel the cbiefassurcd him it apologized, the Judge said he was at their command. was a solemn fact. The unhappy doc- sony, and the duel xvas declared off. Melville continued his visits to the tor, qxilcs. "In the evenings," ho savs, out acompletely overwhelmed, gasped N either of the men would afterwards prajer 'vseyeral parties were given, when the be deprived for delay: "Why am 1 to walk on the same side of tho street with of my liberty ?" "Who is Detroitcr. Detroit Free Press. nen fang, played, uie, gambled. drar--k mv( accuser?" "What am I accused ' and smoked. The women did as .No answer, sarp "Rnrernment of.' An Indiscreet Wife. in Separate apartments cf their own. order." He and I astonished the assembly by tell- his house and asked permission to go to procure nm An Austin Israelite has his dwelling them that I never plajed card's, not articles of clothing. rv..,i,i i, not. nt ing and place of business in the same even in my own country. Leon, who least return to his yoano- - wife to bid her house, which is quite a small one. wag present, told me that they would The think evil of me. 'They will sav to farewell? this. bnitalofl5cial denied There were several customers in the him even "Andthon," said the store, when his wife, who is a very afthemselves, this is a queer man "who exile, "I wa;ted in anguish; but they fectionate creature, called out from the neither gambles nor smokes, he must pi.ti.vii iug m soman' i.rtl,nimnt. to next room: be alway thinking, and can who does await the departure "O, Schon, my dear Schon, come to that u dangerous.' Hut t'lis was n. ' miiI ;,, ii. !. i ' or n.. .inthmont i srwech-o- f l WilS OU ",y Way flintier." n poor exile, whose lifr was Uo Iberia' A shade of rage passed over his lostcwausc by reading and rellar:iug he ra features, and going to where sho il had learned the truths of morals and iyc:.nAv7e What nf was, he s ized her brutally by the arm, politics and had unwisely uttered them L?'iW iho, hn and with a malignant voice, hoarso " uloiitl. He had mad Mill, Cohden and tboimA fcaw ,El Herbert Spcn.cr and longed for inlish i,;s UAf with annoyance, said: ,si"P!10ns ,l, ?" he had out ved an ., "Rebecca, docs vou vant to ruin mo boo'- - fnr 'tt,ni. ti i i ,.. " i t liurri!. on across.. tne in my nishncss? What for you call mo "? wh. 11 j tethe7wi h T " .w WaI.a.. .. mer, l0 cuaiiccu 4jam o.io:., ra i v ants to be known aj ... "'".If. dictionary n the hut tt.L-- t,n.l nn ivtiwiii :VtlUIILII. 1" r.ll -I- ..., Looks pria ted in iwhA .Mrv"";irC":,'"u,rauu 'station to reeognize cneap sclion.' Lo you vant to hay u ill i nil n in.. kl. lieu oc pccoics lose conlideneo in me?" where he was me'for the Bible or anv ntt.ne T" ",;, ""lrt"'i .""" 5. T1 ... vtuum inenat m a mcrcnanu icxqi oyitngs. ftp-rea- rs, GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. m&b Kilfe t theJ were relics "of the esplll0B was obliged to nfi, " the navigation whicl, ? He lhe hut :r - lire-plac- e sea-shell- called to him eagerly, and briefly toid him the great wrong'that hwi beet douo him (for the train onlv stopped for a few minutes), and intrcated him to visit his wife and relatives and them of his fate. And here be it said that immediately upon his sentence an eile luge. his identity. Yan TropofT ceases to ba Yvan Tropoff and becomes "K6. 101. '' His estate is administered upon as though he were dead, and apportioned, with the usual forfeiture to the State, among his heirs, so that is almost impossible fur any one sae the authorities in-fo- TXUX AM) FIRESIDE. Into and then depend on the strainer milk it to aut. 1 ou can not strain out the iTavor. An experimenter who tried ammonia on strawberries savs he had a double crop. It also brightened tho tlowers of crysantheums. Do not in feuding calves, change too suddenly from one food to another and give no more than is readily eaten. Calves, like all other youno- animate, ueed frequent, rather than laVe feeds. a -- Troy Time. Delicious fruit cream is readily Ire pared. Mix half a pint of any fruit a pint and a half of cream, the juice, juicr of a iemo ounces of Migai; then whip the mixfire and orvo it in glasses -- Detroit ,f. The Toronto (Jfohe savs that the wild oat is more difficult tb eradicate than the thistle. It comes vcrv rapidly to maturity, and xHl resced the "round before the grain crops are ready for cutting. The seed is of wonderful vitality, and remains dormant for years. Our Swedish sisters brin"- ut another mode of tiaing Tho red stems are s!wcd gently with sugar iu xvater enough for the consistence of lemonade 'Ihen strain and use- tho liquid to flavor and color puddings f blanc mange and tho like, to be eaten with sugar and cnani. A high authority in cookiDg that when baking a custard you should set tho basin or pmhling-dis- h cojt'nining it into anotherdish filled with hut water; this keeps the temperature more even, aud tho danjor of scorching is entirely done away with. A moro delicate llavor is insureiltdso. .V. J'. iW. savs: The Massachusetts-YoiAnifl"When a tree becomes covered with mos it should be scraped off', because, if left to any extent, it sucks the life of the tree, and thus checks its growth. After the tree that his moss on it is scraped, it should be well washed with a solution of soap and water strong enough to kill the moss." An extremely poor horse is usually a miserable one, "but it is questionable whether it is any more so than an extremely fat one. Kspocially i this truo where "the animal is required to perform any amount of hard labor. While horses neod good, wholesome food, it should not be all of tho kinds. Tho matter of feeding horses by the majority of horse owners never receives the attention it should. Tho suppiy of food and the different kinds should be varied as often as the amount and kinds of work are changed. A'ciff tiiiff'uH'l Farmer. A writer says that a year's experience with broad wagon wheels is conclusive as to their value. A four-inc- h tire will carry two tons over soft ground with greater ease to tho team than a two and a half inch tire will carry one ton. The wheels arc not so much strained by stone and rough tracks on the road, anil tho road i not cut up, but, on the contrary, is packed down and keep's smooth. The prevalent idea that the draught is increased by whistling the tire is altogether Inso-leon the contrary, a wide Ureredu-ethe draught. The extra co'tof the tiro is repaid many times over every ptriu the extra work that can be done by a - -- Do not let dirt get THE HAMPTON INSTITUTE, t KntcrprHe l Doing mint lhl for llir tilucatlon or Indiana aud rtrm-nclen- Telegraphing with Teeth and Eyelids d 1 A TMIILLISG Iroplr. Col-ore- atl :a -- - eo-.dd- . . x cotion-wast- - , pie-plnn- I e. t. - corn-starc- t . mad-hous- ii sui-sibl- e homes has been satisfactory. The school has been biitlt up since l.Sfifi at a cost of about $100,000, and is free from debt. It is no- seeking an endowment for its annual expenses, vhieh are 50,000 in excess of aid received from the (Jovernment. It is a nrivate, not a public institution, duly incorporated, and is aided only in a moderate degree by the (lovernment, which helps the Indians 'nlj The Trustees are making a special effort to secure sixteen thousand dollars to build a new dormitory for colored girls, two hundred in numhor, who aro now greatly crowded and suffering for (Jem-ni- l want of room. S. C. Armstrong, the principal of the school (address, Hampton. Va.), will gladly receive anil acknowledge contributions for any of the purposes of the school, which is an attempt to solve two of the race problems of our country. It is conducted on the manual labor plan. Student work out on the farm, or in the shops, tho most of their expensed. They have earned this year over ?'J5,000. Tho whole six hundred a little !es than - The Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute at Hampton, Va., held its anniversary exercises on Thursday, May and the reports made on this, its sixteenth year, show a good degree of prosperity. There have been on its rolls the past year five hundred negro and one hundred and twenty Indian students the former preparing to "o to South tench their "people, where nearly a thousand alreadv In this trained Instituto havo established themselves and are doin" a great work in the colored comiuon schools, especially of Virginia and North Carolina. Of Indians seventy have already graduated and gone back to their homes in Dakota, and in the Southwest, and are mechanics, fanners and hired .lands. Not over seven have gone back .o Indian ways, and eight have died. On the whole the record of educated Indians who have in the past three years returned from Hampton to their '2, tective, does a trick that probably n other man in the country can imitate. He takes a silver e fin, usually a dollar and places it on his tongue between hi teeth. With his tongue he strikes i against the teeth with the sound of ' telegraphing instrument, the opening and closing of the circuit being exact") imitated. Norris used to be tin operator and by means of the coin can telegrapl words so distinctly that any telegraphe can easily read the message, in u manner he telegraphed fifty words : minute. A Republican reporter wrot-oua message on a Western Union blank and handed it to the detective. operators in charge at the Southcn took down the words as fast as Norr produced them with the coin. was rapidly sounded and writ ten down, and all three copies coincide! exactly. Mr. Norris can stand up befon a telephone, and in this novel nianne telegraph ji message which any tele graphcr can read with great facility. Bu the most wonderful thing is to see bin telegraph with his eyelids. The dot and dashes of the telegraphic alphabc he indicates by more or less rapid open ing and shutting of the eyelids. In this manner he can eon verso with an exprn without uttering a sound. Ut. Republican. t Th-iw- J. T. Norris of Springfield, 0.,the de EWSODE. UomotlTe Enclneer's Instinct How file Saved A Train and How 11 Saved Himself. Ga one of the darkest and stormiest nl8lts of the recent unusual winter, the on ono of the leading Now York rail-rowa3 moving westward from Albany, rheengine's headlight threw a strong reflec-,io- 3 in advance, but tho storm was so bliud-lnBwas almost Impos 3 iblo to distinguish BU"hlng even at a short distance. Under ex-dr- 5i jt STOHES IN THE KIDNEY s. X- - 4j Erpelled by the "Ce of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Itemedr (or "Rondout, If. Y. nrter Several Able rhyslclans had Failed, nnd the Tattent wa Nearly Iteady to Abandon Hope The Substanc of n. "Long and Grateful Letter. One of tho most remarkable casos that has ever been brought to the notice of tho public is that of Mr. J. S. Beach, of Stone Y. Mr. Beach had Ridge, Ulster Co., suffered since October ISth, 1874, from the presence of Calculus or Stone in the right Kidney. No less than sOTen physicians woro employed at different times, to whom Mr. Beach paid hundreds of dollars for modical treatment, with ODly temporary relief. By tho urgent solicitations of his friends he was induced to try DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY. Ho experienced a marked improvement from tho first day ho began to uso the medicine: on tho 15th of September bo voided a stono as largo as could be passed through tho natural channel. Mr. Boach concludes a long letter to Dr. Kennedy by saying: " It will alwny3 afford me pleasure to recommend tho FAVORITE REMEDY to those who may be suffering from difficulties of the Kidneyi nnd Bladder, or nny disorders arisiug from an impure state of tho blood." All who hareeirerl meed ami wllnsvsctl tbe effect ot lleitet-tcr- 's BU 'ufcj tho plnco of sight. AH seemed to be gong well, when, in an instant, the engi- nott reversea ins engine, arpiied tho atr braUs, on 1 canio to a lull stop. Why ho didjo ho could not tell any more than any of a can account for tho dread of coming circumstances instinct nccessarily Too Much Concentration. Two colored pugilists had a dispute in Verbeketown the other day. the issm of which was to bo determined in a con test with the fists, Marquis of (Jueens-berr- y jc-iuJh- Mir.-oundo- d pur-jjo- ns " 3 - are girls are literally working out their own salvation. This feature of commends the school to the confidence aud interest of all good one-ha-lf self-hel- p citizens. A k, es-ap- e r Oncer Ilc-on- FIsh-Boiii- l. j -- . - s b-- v "-- s: g s fair-haire- d, irood-lookin- team. Chicago Jvttriuil. m -. Bests tT the Lambs. When the sheep are sheared the. annoyance which they have been suffering for mouths back from ticks may bo realized. Fow owners of Hocks tako the trouble to examine their sheep to know in what condition of niisory they may be, or to discover the rwuon why slowh away until they they pine perish in the fence corners where they have secluded themselves. No other domestic animals suffer so niueh from parasitic peats as sheep, aud,of theso ticks nre tlio most annoying. o havo heard of a lamb which had been sheared in the fa'I having moro than 3,(KH) of these blood sucking posts upon it, nud it only weighed twenty-si- x pounds. This number is sufficient almost to cover the whole surface of the wretched animal, and its sufferings through the winter can scarcely bo realized, thus made a pre1 by tho carelcsu negleot of its .owner to these tormentors. No woudcr that sheep ie-U- s o m t. n l building, ninety the ground, is a water-tanwith a capacity of 18,000 gallons. It was never thought of as a source of tish supply, but a recent discovery bus suggested almost unlimited possibilities in that direction. On last Friday the engineer had occasion to clean out the tank, when he was amazed to find in one of his buckets a squirming ell, nine inches long and of fair proportions. In a few minutes Ii" found other fish in his his turkey. Marshall stepped up, and buckets, a catfish four inches long, and ascertaining of him where lie lived, remore eels, until he had a fair collection, plied: "That Is niv way, and I will which he carefully preserved. A fishing take it for you." When he arrived at pond nearly a hundred feet atjovc the his dwelling" the young man inquired, ground is a novel atl'.iir, and this singu- "What shall I pay on?" "Oh, nothlar "catoh" from the Ilecoru1 roof hat ing." was tlie rejoinder; "you are wel provoked a jrreat deal of curiosity and come; it was ou my way, and no n speculation. The water is pumped into trouble." "Who is that polite old who bimgl t home my turkey for the tank from the water main on Cheid-nme?" inquire. the other of a bystafidor, street, coming into the throe-incas Marshall stepped away. ""That." pipo of the icrorri through an inch connecting pipe. It then parses to the replied he, "i John Marshall, Clue! force pumo and Is forced 1O0 feet into J us tied of tho United btates. -- A'. Y the tank above through a three-inc- h pipe. Hail. The tish probably came from the Illuo Gras ISrceilers. Schuylkill while very young And small, Mr. R. S. "Withers, of Fairlown Stock anil found their devious ways to tho Fann, tank, whore they grew up. What they Fitch I.exing'on, Ky., writes: "I havo in St. Jneobs Oil, thecreat is a mystery, and tho prooffed upon that iae reader, who usually spends live hours self, my hordes, I my it on overything; mynogroo. Evoryltody even week in baiting his hook for nnd ovary horso, for all kind? of JicSe nnd On top of the feet from k rules. The party adjourneiL-t- o a vacant lot adjoining, and the preparations having been completed, the younp men squared off in ib e style. "Conn for me," said one as he put up his guards, ar.d the sparring began cautiously. In a little while the other planted a stiii"in" on tin right eye of his antagonist, sending him to ground with a thiid "Come fer nu agin," said the plucky slugger with renewed vehemence, though cvidenth oozing confidence, and the same left hand went out like a and caught him on the same sjot. Jumping to his feet, the invitation for a renewal of hostilities in the same language had scarcely been given when the third blow on the old place sent him again to the ground. This time he arose, but in a doubting and uncertain way, and adjusting his ample mauls in front of the injured eye, said: "Say, Bill; I don't tink you can knock me out in dat way. but fcr de lub of do Lord scatter yotu licks." HarrUburg (Pa.) Patriot. left-hand- er trip-hamm- to a healthy rondit'x n. For all diseases of tho liver, stomach, bowels and kidneys, as liver com plaint, dyspepsii, flatulence, stomachache. Jaundice, constipation, colic, vomiting, aow." a, "Oh, no, Indeed, I nm-- in perfect health nervousnoM, wakefulness, back-achfits of opilopsy. anil i propose 10 nnd now," was the ropiy or poverty of the blood, chlorosis, continue so. My nervousness is entirely nna-mlgane; I cnu sleep nights; tho nehing numb-n- s especially In young females, suppressed or aphas disappeared; tho pale, sickly painful menstruation, wakefulness and fepearance has given place to the color of male weaknesses, this medicine Is absolutely 1 havo readily put on Hash. health, nnd certain. IlolDfr purely vegetable, It can be This is what br.s been accomplished by nummeans of Warner's Tipp canoe. It I can taken into the most delicatefitoraach. A be cure I after a chrome illnes of nearly ber of recent testimonial? nro profuso In a quarter of a century I believe all suur-jBgi- n praieo - of this excellent remedy. Its propera similar mannor can be restored by ties an- slightly cathartic, acting moro directly upon tho hrer. It ia very pleasant to take. Judge Story told of Chief Justice Uitng the same great remedy." Such is the testimony of a man who Price, $1.00 per bottle, six for $5.00. DirecMarshall that one morning while doin unsoen danger on tions in t"n langungr accompany every bottle. doted and remove the marketing he came across a young could not remove tho dangers t2TT' r sale by all druggi'U. Virginia blood who was swearing loud- th road but his own system until brought frem within ly because he could hire no one to take face to faco with the groat preparation e, ncu-ralfrle, rlt"ster nnd death, and to the wondering nSiry of his iironinn ho simply said: "I reejtbnt something's wrong." Seizing a lascm ho swung himself down from tho calTand went forward to investiga'e. appeared to b? right, anil he was nljut to rt'tm n to his engine when his eye caight sight of a peculiar appearance at o thjjoint of the rail next to him. accumulated snow away, ho looked a Bomont, and then littered an exclania-tit- a of horror. Ti:e rails ou both bides bad Ixgii unspiked and would havo turned over IbTinstant tho oagine touched them. What i "spired this attempt at is mknown, but it was prosumod the confed-cate- s of some prisoners who were on tho tain hoped, in tho confusion of an acci dent, to delivor their friends. Engineer John Donohoo, of Albany, to "those wondtrful rUstmct was due tho of the train, when asked by the friter why ho stopped his engine, said: J" I cnu'i tell wt.y. I only kilo- I felt emethlng was wrong." often I" Do you have these feelings ....it....when .1 .iT. mc pon tue roaur t muiiuucut .u "No, very seldom, although for tho past rentv vears I have been iu a condition to f.i ......(.li.ic.A.i nt ulmnct nn vf liinf." f" How is that?" "Why, I have been a victim of ono of (lie wornt enses nf dyspepsia over known. Ihnve not ben roullneil to my bed, a liko thousands of other., 1 am compelled to vork whether able or not. Indeed, wlion j first I esan I had only a loss of appetite, afaint leeling tiiat would not go away and a bad taste in the mouth, but 1 finally got those terrible craving and gnawing that moke life so unbearable and are known as general debility." "What did you do?" ' I tried physicians until I became discouraged. 1 gave oight different ones fair tests, but nono of them benefited mo. I tten tried proprietary medicines, but they failed, likewise. It luoke J pretty dark for xna so far as any more peace or enjoyment in this world woro concerned and 1 becamo tftribly discouraged." "You certainly do not look that way Brush-injthtrain-wreckin- g sal-Titio- n Fortify the irstcm. - ?W CUUSUTH ""a! i- "" feel-in- es Stonuch Bitter upon the weak, broken down. depond!B(t victims of djjicsl ltrcr complaint, fcrer aal asue. rheums- I Ism, nerTonidc-Wllty- , or prematura array, know that ta UiW upnmn tontu th-ami evtaa apeclfic prin ciple wnk-reaelwi thr tctj fonrcrof the trouble. anl 2'cta an ahgohite and permanent ctirr. For sale all Drii7R"u and D'alertBrnrrallr. m 1 j PAPILLON BLOOD CURE. It Is not nn alterative. It restores tho blood as much for all those who require it. argument "I shall never A knock-dowbe found out, and I need the money more than the boss does." can do n OiTJCl; 1 INQ m A 1 rEKPECT aiEIUCIXK CIIEST. Eia Sino, X. Y.. Tost Office, March IP, 1SS1. I f du-ti- gen-ma- ut h pnin-ciir- Wis-snhick- on catfish, will now look for jmins, llicvtt in its sovcroisnty m a cure." mountain trout on the RecoriCt roof. NiilaiMph a Record. Berx'axt " Mnstor, master, tho house N on firvi" "Oh, tell ymir mltrV of it; 1 don't motltlle with household affairs.'' A Compliment. Golden Dtys. Lcrt-llnuilc- e while onguged in my Postmaster, 1 was taken wllh a violent pain or kink in my hack; it was so painful I could bar Ily breathe, and I aoliod all over my body. I sent for an Allcock's Pjiiot'; Tlaster and applied it over the seat of paia; in twenty minutos I uas entirely relieved and euro. I have used Allcock's Plastor3 ia my family for over twenty yenr, nnd havo found them wonderfully effective in curing coughs, colds and pulmonary Thoy nro n perfect medicine chost; they cura without the slightest pain or inconvenience, never leaving a mark on tbe skin. Tiios. IjEaiiy. President of Milage of Sing Sing, X. Y. Ono week ago, arf Assistant difil-cultie- s. the season !a which bad or poisoned Wood Js most apt to aow toeK. Hatnre. at this Juncture, need! mmctbtogtoatsMIt la tarowtat; oil th lmfmrftlci which have ooNoeted ay the Mcsih draabtlea ot Me4d during Mm ceMwteter months. Swift's Specific h nature's great htiper. luItUapurely wcebleaHcr- alUe and tofc. L. n Palae. Maean. G . wraet: "Wc har haae a a at ctmorvh brrn utoK KwUtV rr nedy for blood roopfaMata. and as a nMCrat health tonic ana nave aau ranarttsuir laetttalhm. ii ts mch inn It the rhlHren and emptor of ihr , irtH t liable to d'enue. It has cared seme ol our ctiUaren ot Scrofula. " Oar TreaUM on Blood and Skin Diseases malted (rc4 THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. to applicants. DrawrrS, Atlanta. Ga. Nw York Office. 158 Wet Iv. Six-eta- e e Twrntj-ThtrdS- t. . LYDIA E, VEGETABLE PIKXHAM'S. COMPOUND ISXrOSITIVECXBEFOR- - a intvtTiii-trf- . il Hound Hiiook, N. J., Aprilr,ll!83. f rmrrcnTic. yX. MF vum-n't- t - All llioe painful Complaints ami 11jLhcnc so common to onr lirt FKM VI.K VOI'L'IATION. piir-uer- m ra-tiv- cl I gun-port- s, post-surgeo- - good-nature- Cof-on- el dead-snot- ." safc-krepin- "-. . - - u te were lovers, and were nUo walking and talking together in a very affectionate manner, and she no doubt intended to pay him a compliment, but somehow or other ho did not take it as such. "If you don't stop Haltering me so much, 111 have to put my hands over my ears so as not to hear tho complishould be subject to so many ailments ments," he remarked. w hen tills, the most conspicuous one of "But your hands over your ears!" she the many pests, is permitted to prey exclaimed. "Why, your hands arc not half big enough." upon it iu this injurious maniior. He is not quite sure now whether it is This season is a very lit and proper one for considering this subject, be- his small hands, or large ears, of which cause the young lambs aro now about he is to be proud. Texas Sitings. to become subject to a variety of posts, Taylor County, Georgia, can proand if they are to be save 1 from them immediate steps must be taken to this duce a negro man who has been stone years, yet has alend. As regards the ticks, a remedy is blind for thirty-on- e quite easy, becau-- e when the sheep aro ways been able, with tho assistance of shorn these creatures gather upon the his wife, to make a decent living for lambs for their needed shelter in the themselves and a largo family of chilwool. Then, if the lam'is aro properly dren. His name is Ben Caldwell, and treated, the ticks may be completely a more industrious negro can not be destroyed. This treatment consists in found in the county. A number of dipping the lambs in a preparation of farmers will testify to the fact that Ben tobacco and sulphur made a- - follows: can pick ISO pounds of cotton per day, Four ounjos of cour-- e tobacco or of tho and with the assistance of his two little st'ins are steeped in one gallon of boil- boys he can tie into bundles all the ing water; one ounce of flowers of sul- grain of any kind that three "cradlers" phur to this quantity of tobacco is can cut, as fast as it falls from their craadded, and the liquid covered Up until dle. He can cut wood, split rails, and do most any kind of farm work. One the heat is reduced to lit) deg. A quantity is made to dip the lamb of the most" remarkable features of his entirely, all but the head, and the lamb character is that he never forgets a is kept in the liquid about ten seconds, voice after once catching its sound, and the wool being rubbed with the hand so is enabled to call most any person byas to bring the liquid in complete conname with whom he is acquainted. tact with the kin. This kills the ticks Butler Herald. . instantly, and as the lamb is turned loose the dead insects will bo The good Samaritan took tho m?n dropping from the lleecc. The liquor should who had been robbed and wounded to be kept up to the above temperature to an inn and gave the landlord two cents maintain its efficacy. For a small num- to take care of him. Oh. that we might ber tko liquor may be p mrcd into the have Oriental taverns! But civilization wool along Hie back, and guided has advanced. Henry Ward Btcchcr. through it on the sides and Hanks, but dipping is the most elecA mulatto girl with a remarkably tive method of applying tho remedy. pretty but peculiar faco was engaged by Another destructive encniv of young a shrewd Western showman. He had a lambs is the throat thread worm, a tooth extracted from each side of her small white worm kuown as the thread mouth and inserted a pairof long tusks, strongle, Slronjul-tfihriu,) and a covered her cars with false ones like a related croature to the gapo wqrm,of bcAst's, bleached nnd tangled 'her young chickens. This worm inhabits abundant hair, and instructed her to the bronchial tubes aud the air pas- utter an jargon. Thus sages of the lungs and produces the she was unintelligible into a aluib!e transformed disease known as "paper skin" or curiosity, and her wages of fifteen dollars "pining,'- and professionally known as a week "did not satisfy her. On the arana-ii- i la, or bloodlessness. The animal show in Indianapolis becomes emacinted ami its skin white rival of the quit it, and a row resulted to and transparent; the blood has not its in an exposure of tho fraud. Chicayo healthful red color, being deficient in the red corpuscles for want of the nec- Times. m essary oxidation in the lungs, and the But the fools of wives arc direfully lambs gradually p'.ne away until plentiful the silliest of silly fools, are found .lead. This pest inhabitsthev who want to be flirts after marriage the older sheep, but is not so frequently and whose ideas of life are dress and fatal to them although it interfere- - con- gadding. One can see them any siderably with their thrift. as the who kill their babies and in Ul intestines "o around nursing dogs the most horTil,U? aml sheep they, with lare rible perversion of the maternal instinct number of eggs, are discharged a jn the that is possible to imagine. The Chiexcrement. When this j? dnmned cago Interior. upon They sr.f-lice- nt Al.i. wonknsi nnd ill health owes i.i origin" to an impure stato of tho MoM and n nakuess of tlie iir'nary digeitivo organs. A medicine that will strfu;t!ion tho,o orcans, and nt tho ennii tmw purify the b"ool, will nss'st nature in curinc nearly every dis-os- o that human flesh nnd Wood is heir to. Such n remedy is Dr. Guvsott's Yellow Dck and SarsnpnrilU, nud, nlthouih it possoises no cathartic or diuretic eflVct, its uso will soon establish a regular habit of Ixnly as well as euro wenknoss of tho kidneys, indicated by urinary sodiiiionts, nervousnoss, etc a-- preachers may not bo very musical, but they nro groat comLoxa-wixnK- posers. Texas ,S'f 'tiuos. S. C, March 14, 1SSL I have for II years a sufferer from n running sore on mv lace that every to-i1 havo used over S3W culled a Cancer. worth of medicine and found no relief. About four months ago I bought one bottlo of Swift's Seeitlc from Dr. H. E. Hcinltsh, nnd sinco hav lought five others, havo taken it. and thoy havo cured j:e sound nnd well J My face is ns free from a sore n anybody's, and mv health is perfectly restored. I .eel like forty years had boon liftod on" my hand. Yours thankfully, m Cancer tor I'ourteen Vcar! You ndviso placing Allcock's roroui Plasters, in dyspepsia, on the pit of tho stom-neh- ; in ague-cakon the spleen; in torpid liver, over that organ; but I renlly think you should also rocommenl that ono or two Plasters be put over tho kidneys. They stimulato.strengthen nnd act as powerful diuretics, thus casting out many prisonous acids and salts. I havo had fovor nnd ague; all remedios I took produced little or no effect until I put an Allcock's Torous Plastor over each kidney; their action being more than doubled, the malaria was quic'ciy wahed away. I havo nho had several attacks of rheumatism and two of gout, nnd by npplying tho "Plasters over tho local pain, and also over e, IU rfuw ail Uu- rrtuf it WoiuMtuJo, It Mnc'sBmwp It ronton Falrtnr for sttmulinH, and relic. r WcaknMsnf tbtww" carp Rl .Vln--- . VVrrmn rpr,II"!r, IcprvMnn M IMi nnral ! Wlitr. IJMtion. Tvl feelmcof liruInK rt.trn. niriajr cntrl hylti ntr. and harkarh. aJiray Send ntmn n I.rnn Jtiss. fArpampW't. I'tteraot fnr ilrat arifHjtnu FH'i-Vnr1 Inflamm-i-tioa&m- t Orarton ami PlspbtcmBts, awl rim ra' ajk! t pfintroltitir adaptMninal VVmLnw, c ed iTi--. Chan, of LSfr. UwMiirr!i!rHrll ion. tnai vf mini for tfc tfjtttmate hmhrg oil ! tit' jwi:, tan Umtll tttty). tfMrflj I o Ws tril, i ' .. r. Vainut Leaf Hail- - Restorer. - atPfjrafrCiPssa WaSnffigjaag3yas re ct tho kidnoys, I again found your Plasters U. K. TnoMAE. wonderfully efficacious. only Bewnro of imitation?. "Allcock's" is the genuine Porous Plaster. WnEN a man is bent on evil there is generally something crooked about him. It win frtimaildandrnJ. restore cray hair to lw natural color, it has fallen a. It produce a new crowth and aff-which suldo'nrtnanr manner nitrate the sIlTer preparations of phur, snsarof'lcad and hair haw done. Ir wi:iehansr licM or fadedyour In a few d)S to a beautiful tfossy brown. Aslc D. drusslit I'aiik 4 f..r lr. Each botile Is warranted. Jxo. Eos. Cincinnati. O.. aud N. CmTrrsTOJf. h. 1. It Is It Is entirely different from all olhrrs. perfect clear J ratrr, and a' it namr mdicatrs is a fr-- e tbe head Immediately a Euza Tinslev. Treatise on Blood nnd Skin Disensog The Swiit Sprciric Co., mailed free. Diawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. A Kockla?. o woman calls her husband "a glacier," because ho moves so mortally slow. Rockland Courier. wbother young women pursue the same line of studies na their brothers, seems to find its chief objection in thoir different physical constitutions. Arguments on this subject are on both sides; but tho porfect adaptation of Mrs. Tinkham's Vegetabla Compound to the euro of ailments attend-ictno feminine organism noeds no argument; its works nro its proof. The question shall g XX.-CAUTION.-- XX. As SLUE FUNNEL - are sold as the- "Kinulne Middlesex. " itbtch are no' ordet md by that mill. The Middlesex Company. In notlea to protect their cus'om'-r- s and the pubJlcctTr alKJoihlnirinade from TIIEMIDOI.K-SEthat hereafter sTWDAKD INDIGO BLCK FLANXELS AND TACHTCLOTII". sold y a'Headinc clothiers, must bcarth-- "SILK II AN GEn."furnl.'hed by the Selling Agents to r.n paries orderlasthe Roods. - Or Inferior Quality or Goods Garments X -- JVfs. Tetter, Lichen, lied-guBranny-tctteShingles, mid all diseases of a scrofulous nature aro cured by bathing tho discasod skin with 1'npillou Skin Cure. Sold by druggists. The greatest miss take in a young woman's lifo is her husband. Detroit Free Rose-rasFalse-measles, Fcrofula, Scald-heaNettle-rasr, Cream" because sho is cool and sweet. 2fi I". A Gotham youth calls his girl "Im h, iVcics. SEI.UNG AOFVTS, MDnLESEt COMrAST. MO and 8S Worth St . New York; :t1 Franklin St, Boston. 214 Chestnut St . rhjadelphla. WENDELL, FAY &. CO., Dry-tette- r, Why do we neglect a cough till it throws us into Consumption, and Consumption brings us to the grave? Dn. Wat. Hall's Balsam is sure to euro if tnken in season. It has never been known to fail. Fcrao vcro till the disnso is conquered. There Is no bctte- - moJicino for pulmonary disorders. are probably because thoy malta their customers turn palt. A Yut-i- o pliysicia i o this city is doctoring pontoes for weak eyes, and says, he has a growing practice. Chicago limes. . "Yirs, indeed, she's a daisy," rsniirked a young broker, discussing the charms ol a certain vong lady. 'Sho dazes you, replied his fiisud. Oil Bucket-shops- " d, From Death's Iloor. Deverenux, of Ionia, Mich., w3 a. sight to behold. He says: "I had no action of the Kidneys and suffered terribly. Jiy lcg3 were as big as my body nnd my body as big as a barrel. The best doctora ctve mo up. Finally I tried Kidney-AV'orIn four or live days a chnngo came, in eight or ten days I was on my feet, and bow I nm completely cured. It was certainly a miracle. All druggists keep which is put up both in liquid tad dry form. "Whatever portion of the time yon take, Sunday is always tho rest of the week. f JI. M. t. Kid-cey-u'o- rt, i UNLESS CERTAIN FISH HOOKS. ) a . sTT rl a FISH. IIOc. IJ.'cO, 40e. perdot 7, M, u. 4, n, Km i,-,- a, Forl'lke. For Bass For Trout. For sale by the principal dealers tn Cincinnati. II you can noi procure mem. wiuuiau sample doicns on receipt of price, or enclose stamp fur d' seriptire list. Tntr.as. TO HOLD EVERY TINE riSEEJG TA0XLS, 7 "Warren St,If.T tFnt Ort&,lK7 Trii"TaAM ainajivsoy. m J.S.STroARD. s thing so simple and perfect for coloring as Diamond Dyes. Far better and cheapor dves. 10c. Druggists sell than any tth Card for 2c. stamp. 4bm. SnmpleCo., Burlington, Vt. Wells, UcharJson'Ju s borrow monoy from their nnclo to pay their ante. Chicago Tribune. PoKER-player- EtTThe Simple and Perfect Dyes. No- JONES OF BiHAMTQr S TOM" WAGON SCALES, Ihd Lasers. Tftia Oin sad Bsam Box 8IMI Biarlsrs. Bin fcUrtss J0M5 h pits Iks trtlllit rer trr Piitm LUI nallAa Ibla pDrsB4 and jams OF eHraHAKT35, BUchamlan, If. - t-2 Dsrrick: nostrilarp permanently cured by using Papillon Catarrh Cure. m Offknsive incrustat ion nnd nlcorated Uy drocgists. an-- "i rr CHICAGO SCALE CO. ,4 4U ID. rlKSICWO OOMUCt Tho -- tattlo Uotective." U oz. to JSlb. t3. 30O OTHER ElZta. JUtmrr Tun 1M. licnm llax. Iucluilrd TOJ IT ICO V W1LFL SIO. 2 TOT. SiO. ? i shejrt-lempt- ed The Khedive now says that he needs 550,- UO.iiO'); but still we wish he would not look tuis way so nppenlingly. We can t , hel. ihe Knedive nut nnd summer atbara-togatoo. Philadelphia Call. - rRICK LIST riLUU Thompwn's Ir afflicted Trtth Soro Eyos, uso Dr. Ej-- c Water. Dntrtristt sell it. Isatc 2."c Jrf f . day--wom- en ZrZ They sav the best wife always is some other fellow's wife, but tho bist baby is always your own. "My husband is just like a candle," said Mrs. Green to Mrs. Blue. "Why'"' asked Blue. "Oil!" replied Mrs. Grcciii "because he 'mokes every time ho goes It a reliable remedy forlocalskin diseases. Any physician acquain tdwi th it will say so. Glenn's Snlphnr Soap nrrr lonr.R jiiuk for uoiit uork. fia. 4nlb.AiivllAnilICUorTool8.8IO. raratn sae IIm a4 aMaj- Atlvt oid J1m. AnTiK Vices a Other Article Blo-rer- s. P0RGSS. TOOLS. &c T Ltmisr ruiws, nnoixau.c kltiiu ? Ir a cough disturbs your sleep, one dose of Pico's Cur will civ you a night's rest. " For Best Window Shade Fixlures." A'xartt Southern EzMMHon. Zi .ufsiumcnarup. laaieiEooa. SoldbydniSKlsti. Use In time. CCSES KHERE AIL ELSE FAILS. i I ln. MSStr-3Al--lW Lotiltttllt, 1S3. MGISES, ZkkAliW THRCQHPRQ "ST.BERHAS3 out." the gra-- s n-u- ch -- IIo-bra- ic ?J-m?- " woflVnk- ro. -. , - f I 1 - s. - - - - -, - . !- -- Berkshire, N. Y., a town of 1,800 naicncci into minute Inhabitants, buried, a short time ago. at """. ..wwua, Hnicu occomc the only shoethe age of seventy-thregrass and are thus takenattached to the maker it has had for fifty years. Bujh-(- a into the stomachs of the sheep and lambs Express. tint ire pastured on fields where sheep have run the year before, or whint, h rinc trees in some portions ol top dressed with manure froni the North Carolina arc dying in large numsheep-penTo avoid tho trouh'n is bers, it is supposed from injuries inonly necessary that , the lambs '..-- it I. flicted by the "bore worm," or "saw, . uu.ii suuu Hums aim provided with yers," which played havoc with the !l clean pasture As a frorn thc pines in that State about thirty years disease when it has invaded t e i'ock ago. Their ravages are not confined small doses of turpentine are' 'ivci; to the old trees, the young ones dying daily for several flaw in suction, just as rapidly and numerously. 67. and at least one hour be. ore the ainbs Louis Post. are fed. The dose for a three or four months' old lamb is one teaspoonfui, According to the Indian Agricultural civen in as much molasses to sortcn its Department, the cost of raising wheat irritative effect. But, as with all other in the northern provinces in India is disorders of sheep and lambs, preven- about thirty-si- x cents a bushel, which ig tion is tho most oiloctivo cure. at somcwhat.further south. V e, and the dun" k miist- - m FoMKnonv snys " Good manners are tho sm ill coin of virtue." It this be true we suppose bad mnnnoi-- s must be the trado dollar of vino HARTSHORN'S "THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." HjrsePoiren fleTtrHslkti tSnltrdteallfr:UonA.i WrttforFSnKnins.raHijWet Taj lor Col. Kaasfleld. Ohio. and Prices to TboAulumn nnEOnCnO L - -- TiiKdiftemics between a minstrel joke and a produ-- t of Pittsburgh is probably this: One is real stale andtho others' steel rail. Chro dele Telegraph. Shade Rollers EITHER "STOP" or "BALANCE." mrEBTWHEKE. HlfCD The 3cat I U CIl S YEEETaSIE PILLS.' s. " It's a iold day when fly," said the a hot ea from his coffee. baso-bnllist- I can't catch a took ho gently MANY MILLIONS JN USE. BOU STEWART HARTSHORN, 465 RSt.SernaraPillKas:ers,831fereerSt..KeYoT)c. II I Cura for JLlrer and Unions complaints. Costlvcnraa, sr.lc Headache ltd Dyapcpsio. l'rlce. IWr, at Dmcjrlsts orhyinall. Haoples Tlfj fScholanhlp In tha PATS for RUMNtsS C0M.IGB, COLKMAN .Jeriiey. Positions ! The crop of young doctors this year promises to Ikj unusually large. But what v'U tlie harvest be?i'Madc(pAfa Call Bmfaj, Hew Ywt S40 of DRY" Acivark, Xciv for nous 5,000 AGENTS WANTED!! To sell the forgraduates. National mtlronacr. Writ COLEMAN A TALMa. areola.-- . Peddling deixsio. ecBgoLrDocnrr ncMXxss PATS TOD 4S1 Se DOUBLE QUICK!!! It will raise a whole town in less than five uiimr.es. Tun bsst fertilizer Is a Western cyclone. Pine and Palmetto. 1'lr.t Authentic Biographies PROFITS. ParBmlars FBia. BiatT CENT. CO, 4S5 Ciftal SL, N. Y. PROCESS PH. Warei sent c.ojvnTwhere."Whol. Uoodssnaran sale & Retail. 1ST Wabash ar,Calcaco. teed. Vim Prlce-listVe- aoo pr The Irople corkesi'Ondext asks with a sdgns '"'ad and prrfrirnce a author. most JCellotile. the ' Ars there any kind of pants that will ueaannil tUU worfc becaue Rlchlr IllustratcO. omplete. 'I contains nearly BOO pp. Hnet ateel portrnlta. Certainly the occulast a of former Presidents. Election Lain, Sutts-"ju life-tima- BLAINE AND LOGAN II. J. IIAJISDEI,!,, Slaine's personal HAIR Bj $250 A. N. A MONTH. selUnKartlilcslnthi-sroiidauiTs K.-- pants. --- Ttmi'A. ' m & " Vt'iiEX' a bachelor says ho is single from cholc, it makes him mad to ask him why Le Ir piado choice of some other fello-" T III be ont, sell fastest nud pay Brest proflta. Ort Betare ef unrtliabU catchpenny Forthe br.t book and brt terms, write atone 1?,, HrBsann Bros.. Cincinnati. Ohio. 'a.OuVUjQrtrecuit.senctje.orvntaactiatttim4. ?. iche etc r. jai 80 bst . lsamplcrV?. i.i:u.5u.. urrsotr. Mica. Ajrcnts "Wanted. E. OS2. -- WBITIXO Tf ADTTRTI.SEK4 ffHTX any you aT Us Xlsot'tlacuiosit Ul plena tkbi j9r n s z-,f- "?. "ihs., w IJ- vaftfWfer L. -- M&fcgssatasssstl l t& ErsEssjB mLlJ&tlL?fJgKif!jU ijn J- - -- ". 1 -)- . T in TTopo A T XJ NEWS. Co hopeful. - brings ckofgy. Energy brings business. r.usiuess brings prosperity. Or.ip pnmpecta are ro(Mlnml good crops arc tlio basis of real prosperity. Tho au.l the Cheapest Stack cf ciraw nut ever stion ut Uick'iian. at siartrcr3 '" iuo oiulooL for v,,it h.i OKT J.WTlt.ti. i certainly been more putnbftfet W, Fu VNKi.l C J. , ) mis season mail e it beio. m tJjo Jill. l United States, but tho Passive Cor. pr !!- ft'riqrr rnmmii triuiit itaf occurred within" 111 illO intei'OSt. , f vnnr formnv ... . lvl ' tho past two weeks slwnty U8Jv Tealer. and nerhiinsto othorsi.nt aa, IbMowine: Kt.mc npprehoiion the nlow. 1 have thoo !:r tho futurf of thi- - ft!nal iTJm Proper to gi. you a fr;r ium liniiMi nr u-- ..!. :. .3. farrt 1'j.auts. ' ' 'SXt.0''1 at Ilondricks will nominate jTcDonnld at Chicago. ''rnYou can ?IVC -- 5 lcr cent I,r'c. and l'URXI-J-UlJn 1,,aliy . ,-- lJ buying E. T. GARDNER'S. The furnituro factorv is to be fcilfirgod GO feet extcntlino- ?ru " ward Clinton street. OSlder T. B. Johnson, of Clinton, will pieaeh at the Baptist Shnrch, Snnday night-- . Yellow fovcr is still raging in Havana ; there- wef 6 twenty deaths there from it last week. - i., . . Fr.23 Cents you can bu v a oO Cent Straw '- V i The Tell City Fnrnitnro Fac- iory rcV8 totally destroyed by lire, Sunday. Loss $35,000. They will Don't ymi forpct it." Plant tlie bottom out of prices. he is 'knocking ' first new wheat of the season arrived at St. Louis. Monday, from Xow Madrid, and was "gold at auction for $1 a bushel t&. hyhat CASH PRICE pad fcr WOOL and FEATHERS, ALEXAXDEU .J- MAXWELL Tho apple crop promises now to be most prolific tlria year, and there will be a good chance or punches this vicimtA-- , Pri ces ought to be good. CIieaiKst Store in town. ,row, at Ilitr low, sell 1 LAirr. -- The wheat crop of this conn Our hav ers say it will bring in this market to tiO cents. They promise St Louis prices, less freight. ly is above theaverajre. . IIim. S. f RncU will !m jiu w rcceiTf onicrsi'-- cut lknvr nn up xoumi earn ontcr, xn Shnje or flylc. I':-- . tmnai: nyiotifii1ty licnonaWo th-n- V r Mr. II. A. Tyler is to bnild a hew brick business house on corner of Ohio and Clinton st roots, for Plant Bros. & Co. Work is to commence righ away. A Pnducah doctor has found a monstrosity which he calls the Yana pipieux of tho order a, mm. Let tho monstrosity looso if you will, but cage that doctor. Two weeks from next Tuob-tiathe Democratic National Convention meets in Chicago, and then the great pjlical battle will in earnest all along the two-story y com-uenc- e inc. prietors. . The initial No. of the Padu- eclrly Standard is at hand. cati paper, (5 columns to It is an the page is well printed and edited by Leigh Bros., ro prou-Jio urday, A largo portion of the bank caved in, earning awav I HO feet of railroad truck and one car of the I & St. L. railway. -- Thc Bivcr and Harbor bill, including the appropriation for Hickman, passed the House 1.1G to 101. T.urner voted against the bill, llickman gets the appropriation all the same. Let's often Ulk of hol.lo iloisly. Anil rarer or the bad onm. And tlngaliout ourbappjr Bright kariincM This life Is in fcver visited New Madrid fell Sat- The heaviest rain storm tlmt i And not ftbout the end unci". Wo vrrre not mnde to fret rntil fljtli, And wlitn grief leei to wale it, IJ, standing bj what we mile it. Friends of Mr. Jno. W. Cow-giare urging his name for County School Superintendent. He is thoroughly competent, has had experience in the office and as a teacher, and would till tho place competently. A sensible exchange very properly says that there is just as much senso in trying to cat enough in one day to "last all the year as to adverriso for one month and expect it to last for tho entire 'ecason. Tho heavy frost in tho Now England States, Saturday night last, caused considerable damago to growing crops. The cranberry crop, involving many thousand uoiiars, is entirely ruined, corn potatoes, &c, damaged. Some Hickman peoplo arc off at summer resorts: .N one ot them can havo a full mcasuro of pleas-tiro- , or be fully restored to health, Without having the Oouun:it sent regularly to their address. Good physicians prescribe it. r" s fho published list of at the Leaj) year ball, last week, some names were left out, for which we sincerely apologue. The list was furnished by eoinc young ladies, and wo know they tried to mention every one. Peoplo liko to do thoir trading with livo, aotiVo businoss jnon, because this is tho spirit that gots tho best of auythhig on tho market mid gives bargains. I'llO morchant who advortises all tho year round, proves that ho is active all tho year. A country oxchango says: -- ll There is no longer any doubt as to the conrso" of Hon. Sanvl i IT- uiia uutiicascu in; !... ...l.I... .1 a letter to .. tho chairman of the Democratic buu t to call around and eee our frrowl Stock of i( ?'n.itro nf Xow Goods, for we have ,. ..I,,,;,,,, in nllow lii name to bO been compelled, on account of our tremcmlowiSpring to trade, our" house The old I LAUT House still in the lend. Tin., is what the pet j Ic conven " all hiaiieW t" in. ri,.o,,i,,B stuge, whSl'ore ThJ "neat say gJ to Wants to Imy g0ds jXlnlTi- - tu. n ld tu ii. Chicago J lie wholesale market at present, very iceak, and lllH f,' Jo Ihentlruh UT' l LS Unfit ii,UC ihI"l8il'8 OUt i Of tho bh.olM l,,,U- H . 8ft8 ,.1,C... lmS "0t th(S buy goods in every department muchislotcer than same we were enabled to The largest, the greatest variety of Steele, carried hv any holise in tl ie " ..., ,. :i. i..T goods were bought country. rust. . ... .n i i.a earlier. rareiy. it ever, nttacke t i .t,.i i J.tidics arcsolieited to call and see Ihcir immense Stock of En.l)n.iri .' i.i imu, promises i larjrei :. ?l "' .: f wli ...t ;., ;to .. w Aa r- llllL na n"",;: yield than last year. Harvest will task and closoti his patriotic nhj Our store was never m replete with inviting bargains, as at present, Laces, Olovcs, Hosieiy, Ncekw ear, Fane, &e. Tl.cir Sir 1. and h V j niiioripciiiiig.sbige tins v(tott:li)l commence in about tn diy. statcsmanliko communication m nor our guoita of more finality. l'rices iii caicii you. )arasito attacks mid feeiQ ,.i.nn the following language : Cvrn i looking tno nutritive elements - wlfif.i .irt1 and promises anremarkably well, "Having given to tho welfare of , aHrgr.r?l nbnndnco for necessary to perfect the grab,. 1 homo consumption, bm nothing the Democratic party and the U -whatever of health and Pon't helping your fcllow-ma- h more, as tobacco will occupy a even trying to hefc ,im, large portion of tho land hereto- strength I "possessed, and having 4 Our stock of Dress Goods embraces all the load inn- styles, and arc un make feel better, mil mvo fore given to corn. Tho tobacco reached the limit of my capacity surpassed for elegance, unequalled in variety, and are I'.ei.ow all compc- you a bettor opinion pf yirsolff favor never raged higher through for such labors as their welfare ijiuaueuutmoi i ne iiiuies is especially invuuu iu om in all shades to suit everybody from 2oC, lo I'lUiho spirit brings this SjwiHtl. out this section of the State than now demands, I but submit to the " In this line they Selfishness is tho opposite, anil uow. In the neighboihood where will of God in deeming my public Superb Stock. can't be .surpassed by any market. God stamps with iron ipceaa I Am theie will bo TOO acres put career forever closed. Lace Curtiins, Oil Curtains. quilts, Carpet , Matting, Ituj,SAfcusL J. Tildes' such tilings on the coTtnt(am:e, ill on farms where hercto-ibr&c, in great variety, nt prices that never fail to please. none has been planted, and and each must see it tfprrqipd in A Great Discovery Just replenishing their large stock of Ladies, Mih-pand Childu his own soul, and as hcftceiit he tin's same increase prevails in all Mr. Wm. Thomas. of Newton, la.. aVar. In White ClnntU V.nhrn.liatna T...a TLinrv- Corsets, Fans, Para- - Pinafore and other styles ofslippers and shoes. Don't fail to sec l'lati ' grows rtistrusttui of his n hbor tjio surrounding counties, indeed "My .. i r " " " "" "w , . v,."''" j ;ti!i Tr wite hnbeen K..vu,v ...:v.- ..-- -. until he learns absohitols tUroughout northern Kentucky cough tor twenty- - five years, ami this fi.nag sn ,' iiandL-iien-"v" ofc rr;a ti;ki...u ...... i.wi.v..o ,,r all deceriptious, our fine hand sewed FRENCH KID, the handsomest ladies bhoc in tl. " ;--,our ivv...-- the loicest. ,...u u. town. Ukv every one. Thiu-t!i are the fa(eranu oasous nave been ver ta ora- - more severely rhan ever before. She liwl ) prices The gentlemen arc reminded that we arc still selling a number one :ul C fir setting plants, and aheady umm! mny remedies without relief, and be secret of inn(,t men's nnuai ness, Wool suit lor $7.50, worth anywhere 10.00. Our $10.00 strife are and they but deceive hfn lve mo price for the higher tvnes of n urged to try Dr. K intra ISew IJUoorery, most eratifyiaz woll worth 15.000. when they at tribute U to ither baeco has declined in the mark- - did po, with relieved her yeryresults- Tito 26 first bottle ranch, and onuses. s as much as Co per 100 lbs. the second bottle his abaci ntclj en red her. Three dozen nice white i We (ire Jletidquarters for fine tflwes. Our make of Gents and Ladies A a matter of nUeatst to Jol. Iho Wincnto sold IS hhvlh. on She li ' nt haJ o good health for thirty Ltt6ftda last, i:i Louisville, at an Ve:ir Shoes cannot be excelled in beauty, nor equalled in durability. T.tery Knirhts of Honor, it is koMlJtkJtt ' Trial Bottles Free lit Fortune's Drn nr l.sx fi wuen l. r. r..i.. RtMro .:.rf.. u wu I, . I IT .TJfr utV-w'-i r.m aAi no Judgo SiinrAlMdueayn f niVjj also call the attention of llie trftnf.tame.Vi lo nlir ronllv eiefrant styles , v M.41'lvWHn lllW3 V lUUIIbVV, M,V7m 4 "w , Iho injunction urt which I , ACJ v iigfti su.o. xno same om wh. ra CiWHingand Furnishings. If you arc not posted in the latest fashionOIil Vit. bupremo Lodijre hcajjnart 10 of doing things let auy one proable cuts, a vi.sitto our store would do vou trood. In gauze and balbrig- - in latest stylts to close at 50c, sell anywhere for $1.25. being moved Irom Loin ".Tudgo don't be hard on an old duct bring an extraordinary high fancy gan ITnderM-ear- , Tits, Collars, &c, we carry the day. St. Louis. The Suprofiio Don't fail to see our nobby ?2o.00 suits the best fittintr Goods in tic prioo, it is sure to stimulate large vet,'' pleaded a drunk who was Low Price (lor whuh we tire famous) make market, Auu don't vou forget it Plant will cut any mans price?. luis issued a notice that Combined with these, iu the Detroit Police enlthntion, and in one or two aiiuignt'd i temporarily enjoiuedr I quite a formithtble array. Wepcnnil no home to sell closer than wc do for years brings the products below Court. r.re being taken to tires we are the Lenders and Maker of Xoir J'riccs. " ere you in tho tfarl" a remunerating price. There is no the will of the Snprem I "I was, your Honor." doubt whatever, should the reand asking members u What regiment!" mainder of tlie season prove faalarmed. "No regiment. sloshed around vorable, there will be produced t.. t. tf& t 1. - I.. by myself." this year, tho largest rop cf A hetpleon tmhr, ti frret ttie "What army wore yon attached ever made in the Stae. ' " "f firpil.MnJr mtotn th Bu f vrelotii n and Who Made the Lmo well. to ?" Minor crops are all looking To p, to od vpi cgaa "None of 'em." ai tin nny tmn bttwevit- A good deal of rain has fallen in 'Were you iu any battles V ' xoxthe last seven or eight days and Hickinau is the bcsC "Heaps of 'em, your Honor. tho weather continues gloomy and town in America. eai 'Give me tho name of auy one a prolonged wet spell seems probprivate residence points H II will be bad on the small ItntllA ' able which ti its trees fc.ro or aft. aif "Hunker Hill," was the prompt gmm. is inai icmptu tlie ov.i.ea uo The nomination of Blaine and reply. Jut rtreivetl, a fine selection oi days to linger in quiet ett "Bunker Hill! Why that batLogan by the Republican National t?r than rush too violen to onr friend and the public generally, that have Convention at Chicago (iocs not tle was foujxht ovor 100 years tho surging marts of W"E announce stock of allkin'!n of Furniture and o!icit thewc of just revived trade immense partii" por- ago !'' exclaimed the court. seem to be satisfactory to a un, wo may no iiappy yoi to buy. We can show all stylea of Furniture in plain and fancy. Alo, a fine line "Of course shu was, your Hontion of the party. The Independto tno shade whether t ents, as they stylo themselves, ap- or of course she was. Do you ALSO THE lows fanning or not r, aftjt 4b pear much dissatisfied, and some think I'd be mean enough to ask o. are Our friends Corman of them are looking to tho Demo- you to go light on mo for having AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. niHKin'' prcnt nniirnvoiu Us in crats for a nomination they can sloshed around in any of these their store additional &m, new support. Since tho experiment riots of the last fifty years?" New Goods of nil grades in my line. Call and Kxamino. Prices Low. Will not be Wc proi8e lo make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. You un rest ntare ofiiee. elevator &c, and Ipt bat with mdtruld Horace Greeley I havo but ymt need never leave our houo to look for cheaper goods. We propose to ecll aa car ne not least. Mr. Tei Thlasson N. It. I nUt have the finest Una of UNDERTAKERS GOOD3 ever broucht to Xcicr Olre Up. in the Independany retail Furniture store in ihe ''Purch so. Hickman. Customer jxdilely werwl on hort notice. hning returned from buKics in little confidence Democrats should If you aro suffering with low and Very repeclIuUv ents. I think the 1 FEAR NO COMPETITION. AS MY (JOOUS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR Maiden, is again actively at tho stick close to all tho reforms civil of nppctite, general tle- uplrita, RIVALS FADEAWAY. WST T. F. WILBURN & CO. wheel helping that en orgeat; gen- service, tariff and economy iu gov- bility, rticrvlcretl olotKl, wenk constitution, BHKJIITNESS the place,WHEN opposite corner from 1'laut Bro'e. & Co., under tho New on the or anj uiacuse oi n unions na CI IXm'i foryet tleman. Jim (1ormnn, pushjhe old ernment expenditure that tho HauMne, ESyS.orc rooms in new Odd Fellows building. HALL tive we a call before buying elsewhere. bottle of Eloc hr all nrm. it is a live, pushufir, pro party has been laboring for so litre,BiUer. means procure asurprised to heo JS?" Yen can kpwl utwn finding any thing in my house that ia kept in a unit class SoT"All kinil'o? Repairing done Bit hort nollce, anu in a wcramanlikf style, Al Yon will be trie we are prepared to give special inducements as gresRtvc house. long and if successful carry out, the ranid improvement that will follow FUKXITUKK STOKE. The ice eream siippi ei&itd fefi- - instead of a iatitudinous unmean- von will be inroired with new life: elrcicth and activity wjll return; twin and miwry tivnl given bv tho ladi of the ing platform with a view to draw will cease, and henceforth you will rejeico Methodist church, Tu? ll 6a en to thoir net a few dissatisfied Re- in the uraiie of Electric Hitters, sola nt Honesty is the best fiftr eenU a bottle at Fortune's Drug Store mg. was in every respe ow most publicans. nt:.. - .in decided success. All th sitors policy let th3 Democrats fearWould be pretty safe to bet lessly eunnc'ate their principles, It unjuyeu inemseives sj StttlKMV, and not attempt to be on both even that either Cleveland, BayW. "OT aim mo iniu3 roalised a W sides of the fence at the same ard or McDonald will be nomina for church purposes. 4 b ggdj MS) &i time, and through thick and thin ted. All able, popular statesman. i Ha sir "" Opposite St. Louis, Mn lite adhere to them, and success will Senator Thurmau is the choice HXCKMAST, Iississippi Jiher. floats a:RXBiaud mora likolV attend them. A re That'we are still ahead in tlii3 market with the Im-I- i ltn ltMn lri&hq$ Somt daction of the present tariff is thoj of California and Texas. There is no uuvn in. the party that wouhl "pllUiJIQOpB HAS BT.EN RECENTLV EN'LARGED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED stream lov tho last twenty leading question now botore the anl thorottglllv renovated. Convenont to river and railroad, and nttenllve Itfi area Is about TOO ncns; ami tlpeople, and should the Democrats make agramler President. watch kept and, altogether ono of the best appointed hotels in this section. moves quietly along at the rate of back down m the IVllt'l. When If. ffi TUKKJ&K, v.s DemocratJohn Logan was a strict eitrht inches a dav. Sfrfnr it has awaits them as sure as ni'it tho Republicans tl&fiu adauced a mile from the position John." the day. Mr.Tildcn declines to call him ''Dirty-wor' it occupied twenty years ago. a nomination by the Demo-rati- o newspapers regard The Mexican iBblZLdL Convention, and under the ..".:. v .atioi of Rlainc as threatNational The iadies of the Methodist uo circumstance:: or couti" iou ening evil to ?Icico. You can church desire to return ihoir sin- will Stock of DRY GOODS ever ottered for sale in Hickman. MANUFACTURERS OF Goods to any, ahti ve ore fciUaMr. liirtine i a member of Ihfr cere thanks to those who so kind- fore he accept it, the pai.y therecompare our prices and the quality oi ntir will have to look for some Cnngicgatiohal church and Gen. ly assisted in arranging for the lied that vou will save money ly buying from us. Our he-ithe ticket. Logi.u i a Methodist. iran supper, and for the liberal pa'ron-ag- other a; e to McDonald. Many extended thevi by Ui citi- Cleveland, spken ofHiti ma" a'l l!?'vard, Tharmaa, of Ohio, says that he zens oi Hickman, ;:lso tolheCnrji. good men, and I think i: mo:e is not a candidate for the Presiibu for the compliment received than probable that ouo of the dency. from it. named will be nrst on tho ticket. In history it will lie written, Haven't been to Frankfo't for a Arthur the hist of the Republi- A Southern negro bet that ho is the best that can be boncht, and was manufactured especially for ust could knock a hog over by hat- week or more. but thore i notn- funs. so we will guarantee every suit to be the latest style, and as low aa can ting him with his head. lie not mg traiiSpiri'.ig at the capital ojt be g"ughtin any retail house. only lost t but injured him- side of ordinary routine, lne Jy name porta of Germany, bwteai oi self severely in the attempt. So Winchester convention nr:.!!y smokuip rjai to nrcflorvo it, it m hwac nominated Riddell for the Appel- in in a i'y, much for Bucking-ham- . room, auu late JndgerLip itithe first piii'ited over arith wuod viiifgar An appropriation was refused Much WH:ig va ia.'.ife.e.l prewi.l), nn acid distilled orer the Columbus. (Ky.,) harbor, be- vious to tho eonvchtio.i tut has when tvftI is burned in W invite all that want choice fresh fancy Groceries, to call oh us abii stores, cause tno Mississippi rtvtr has it now subsided, and tiiere is but or w.v other place where there umtt we will sell very low Ihc best brands of Flour &&. in charge, and to PaducabeenaRe little doubt of Riddell's ekction. fre ac(fl of atmospheric air. Tho painting tlitco or fonr times itit Una &o. W. no survey had been made. So vinegar answers evrry puiiweo of smoksays Col. Turner. ing It protfets tlu meat from iu&ecis, We oifer special indiiceraenbld builders in Doors, feash, and all buildCOUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. (vatfzu and pntief.ictiou. Mr. Jno. Witting and Mr. F. ing material, Paints and Oils. Fetho havo, each, let the contract IIickmax, Ky , June 2, 1884. M SS for a new briok busiA SiOVt Boy. SP Council meU Preheat Mayor McCntch ness house, on Clinton- street. W Cotincilmen Beefcntan, Muore, Ramage, Ilk name ia FreJ Root, awl is InVv Thomasson & Wallace aro the con- Strnv, Trench and Wittingfrom Rockford, Illinois, and wrote to his The city clerk being absent, en motion, mother from llickman, Ky., on the loth of tractors. . J 1 i hi ;?tw.ryw4"i r ( ggaaggaHTcmafriy TllUon liM-:ine- I'i-ent- e ..! . IfttjMy diMi-.tbh- imrii re-bto- ck nudiiiiyfi Til i III lid ' York-i.oKitivel- y I 'II .- - , - .- - -- -- " ..-- .7 r-i- e.s J 7 , 1 V Ko-publi- c, GOODS. - "Paraso " n laraswiB, "-c- . z3 . ton-aco- e White Goods, Embroideries, &c. i h Mars-eillc- s s t :..i di-re- al ri ! - feMg iwb-bie- s, l . ll itatsdUWs Vast ose. PLAtTT BROS. & CO. Prices? -- A V I .- o i - , mP$wil& Ma?e I ABf BUGGIES Furniture ! &fm wih-in- t; sq, lo-- 1 S Respectfully Tm ip 3 l jJSrjrL, KENTUCKY. Pk-oiVrlcto- r. CcntlactorS and Builders of Houses. W j i in si. tol-low- k HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. Clieapesty - d c - WftBs4?Ml. Slickinan OSS mSMM L1I he-ho- t, weu-ventilat- etl ('...-stiic- (jijto-iiLiinL- H Kentucky. - air-tyr- ht BUILDING- MATERIALj two-stor- y . - ysliESElSisliBtl BifcSgEj gfafiL;? - $ -- 4MSISf m Who i Wtter tbaa a mother, Wbtn you come horn Uto at nlfct. With n Urtek-hin ywir blrer. And th neighbor call yeu "tlskt," El U rendy with " With a nrnito to Ja- - or t(Ifi, IWU them In mftternal whisper aia Uu fC Ik rhennUm- nt , snt. lluoallonnt JIactin?- The friends of education in Hickman and vicinity propose holding an educational meeting at tho Baptist churh, jn tfondaj ilohn- evening next. x13Ider er an addrcis oft tIie"occasionf and probably other speakers. irrespective of crcoj Jr denomination, so they feel aS interest in the cause of education, arc respectfully invited to attend. Tho friends of tho proposed njw college are cordially inI vited. The-publi- the reading of tho minute was dinend April last. He is supposed to be nt work with, ami T. M. French appointed clerk on some inrm in the nctphborhood of Hick man, or as bis mother greatly fears is sick pre tmi. somewhere, lie is lb years old, quite tall AttOWED. ACCOUNTS preaentetl for his awj, very light blue eyes, and curlr The following accounts were hair. Auy information thankfully receiv and properly approved, ami on motion, ed by his mother. were allowed' MRS. Wm. ROOT, $20 85 Street work 502 Pom.au Stp.eet, 1.00 W. L. Gardner removing doge, Chattanooga, Tenx. 3 30 McCutchen, telegram, W. L. OUDEtt TO BCY UTI. The old, popular arid always reliable Hardware house of J. W. COWG1LL, DEALER IN 'In the.tt-teiidant- Koy. l'l. will On motion B. C. Rantaf;o is dirceted to Imy lot No. 64, O. H., at 20.00 ftom Titos. Dillon for the use and benefit of tho City. ItitclcIcn'H Aritlcri. Snl t,: f deliv- COOtrUVtHTS. "On it i" - m Tiirtur'N Work "W'AsiitNGToy, D. G., M jfi, 1SS1. Gco H'ar- - Juno coroplnint of Bondnrnnt & DreVPry, that, when the railroad track 13 extended is guaranteed to eivc perfect satisfaction. down water street, the steps of the II. L & or money refunded. Price 23 cents per Mfg. Co., which arc on the pavement will box. tor Wale at uuxi JNIS'S Urug Store. and that the very lowest he'an obatruction, and ask that they bo rebe exactly as represented. moved. On motion ordered that the II. L. & Mfg. mb Co., he notified to rcmoTc said eteps. Lock up to be built. On motion lock up committee continued and ordered to contract for building immediately. On motion, Council adjourned. Attest, R K. Millkt, C. C. Tub Best Salve in the world for Cubt Sores, Ulcers, Salt Itheum, Fever c? trn.wla r,i.;iuitu nuin. Coms, Rrtd all Skin Eruptions, and poii.l ttvely curesFiIe. or no nay requirel. It Has a splendid stock of tho very beet makes of all kinds of Uardwaro, which are ottered at Trusses PATENT i Vrw-T5- 1 Bruis, r?iiM.-...w- 33 T3T3 roita CsJm T-- V&aNl "TCn p Jra&aa mJSM M AKD KV.siiiaal IV m PACKET COMPANY. mm io Memphis, Caiio, JAMES tho market justifies. All goods guaranteed to MEDiMNiES! A3sri3 lr.V.JV.hUUII Up)j:K plhstt a .AN-l-l TDlllUftTICLK &C., To Mr. Johnic Davis, an old llickman, boy, who has been absent in Arkansas, tome Rivor and harbor IIouko with Hickman Iwrbor on years, has returned to llickman lo hve. He takes a position in the popular house lMio gay ami festive-towhog, who same footing as New forleans, of II- - Buchanan. shall sing liis praises and who Natchez and Memphis; Bjrvey or- Mr. It. C. Alexander, of the of Alexshall blow the horn of tho town derctl ot i'aducah harboffand Lit- ander & Maxwell, left Sunday firm St. LouU for tle River, in Trigg coiittv, fifty and other point?, visitinc relatives and cow. Ho roofeth up tho early garden and dostroycth tho sod- thousand to Graljd 0liiii5,'in Bal- friends. ded lawn, whilo she, with counte- lard county, two thuusandlo Trade-wateMias Ida Adams who has been teaching nance Sorcue, nibbles tho budding schoel nearTiptsnvillc, Tenn., haa return? , Mayor of llichnan, or rrn : J lulft Tl'IKHI'd X'crsonnl. Louisville and Cincinnati Steamers W. GAFF, ANDY BAUM. CONS MILLER, VINT SUINKLB GRANITB STATE, EVERY SUNDAY and THUUSi LEAVES G p. m.f for Cairo, Louisville Experienced workmen employed. The attention of builders especially desired, aa this hoHse will give special inducements. Correspondence solici ed, . Thij best rnpf for the least money. &c, &c: mm?J ItfngnlgtU &b:, &o., bell after iu & bH:lc E S. BREVASD. f. fiSTPreecriptiong filled at auy hour, day or night, M. aud Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati with Railroads and Stoamors for SaslsiB, THE OLD RELIABLE .s. At HOLOOJKUIEt -- W. A. HENSONi Ps LOWER and L0WE& cheap 45 tlie cheapest. 1 ..wijl Hot be J0US WiTTiNG. undersold. AlliindS of droccrtes hams, sides, So r. Weta and -,- Korlbern Poiali Giving through tickets (o all points Chl- ed home. I trees and mako'h havoc with tho T5 xuicuu, T. cigu, fP.t. uuiiaiu, aiicnmonu, V.R. beatltifu shrubbery. Mr. Forest Xored who hat been with York, Washington City, Phlladalphla and Sjierliil to the Hickman Lumber and Mfg. Company, Boslon. East, North and Western tour The OouuiBii has received If ytiu want a finis llio t.ndlfs. black Si Dr's, R iook msucnarturc ior Atlanta. Ua.. Sun- - ists will find La BoIIo River route safe, but one Communication on the to J Aiiihcr-- !j(in, .i:,,J voilcnn tin' dny, where he takes a position in a grocery delightful and economical. Rates by this line cheaper than any store. Sncccsa attend him. toad law. Farmers aro too busy LyonrtSilk, ihc IwhI ever Iroujlt eel lli.-class route. Meals and state1 probably, to writo or talk much, iii:ii. t'sUl ami bv what a h;irniu we wi-.Mr. Uou Her has other first Baggage checked through. Our friend rooms free. on this or any other election. It Kiejou. accepted a position as traveling C2y Tasssngers can rely on a splendU J. AMUKto's Soks. had to bo voted on, ami in duo salesman for the grocery house ot trip by this line, as the 6tcaraers aro all tiuic, Wo hope it will bo generally Slay & Vunght, Now Orleans. He first class, having been expressly bultl discussed. Let its good and bad Tim uiromo Court of Tennes ono of tho rising young men of lor the accommodation of passengers. parts no Shown up, fairly, to tho see has allirmud the Coilstitution- - is 2f Each steamer carries a full string West Tennessee, naid is thc'puoplo oau Mtc in- jality ol I Ii5. law mahingjtlie keep succeed n iiU- in u:ii cbound to band. Genornl K. W. LIGUTBURNE, cud that tit ual Frcicht and Ticket Acenl telligently. mg o miiiuimg-iiou.seN 7 .Monroe streotj.MeraphisjTcnn fclonx north. I FULTON BANK tiKAhnit, B11U0S, HlDlCINft Da: FAINTS AKD , -- TFT f BfMfR. ; - 'DENTIST, hlCKMAN, KENTUCKY; , AVishes to inform the public generally, Hint iic itiuuypreparel to do ail kinilol wani- - OF FiJIiTOX, KY OxpitaiV ind SoIIr 850,000,00. Loai'S- Money, - 3E5i T V& cd :E-s- : jjc j& 3r, CA,li&.FjjL',J ans: 3sr - la T . ESCR IJ'TIO XS GOilPOUXhEDl ,?( J&Z Enya any Voiiii In tho A ft. omits of tLf United .States, 5.lF-ilr- t i9,ry. Parties winljtnjr foriher infnrma l'cnplo Oenornlfy- - ClfeNinn"niMl 1'ro.mp Raleof Lxehange fmn. will plne call at niy Oliicc--, dear Itcniittniice at ) vest of Laclede Ilotlrc A. T. MrrCHEF.L, Disronnts l'aprrnnd Ksvhtij;e L'nri-ont on" fit Csh. f V r v. . , . .fr .,S. .r ( . yr,.rt- - v row J3 s mws I f ra3 j mm 12737, w , fr - ' fc ,& " -- rt ' 'I $ : HiSERY OF HUHAN A SREAT For Sheriff. Hon. Jos. A McDonald was it. Judge tn Hie L,oJi8 of ' If the Democrats oxcrtiso ordi 'lUti rtiUitlf S.uuoJttHi-- - ...,,. ..,.,, HlNKLKVILLK, IvY., Juno 12, ten iewod in Chicago last Friday. '"' Wirc authorizeda to announcefor the t ''ALKEll, as canriidnte .hunt l'i,ruiliituut. Hry dinerotion ami common souse, Tha New nl Wishing to give you few We givo part of tho pumpingl'ra n' yii ftiiiTiii ai inc ensuing Aiigtiol find nominate- tho right man, he vertiprr (ttMO ' nun m Hero is a singular instance says 1S84. from our little town aonce cess:; TUB Ir.'KAT2C I.KA!:N iit(.-v!. !m" on" nues- - the P.oston Courier, of the work items tin f.irt :!;.- :..',;., ,V. LJHMBA 4K-- '' v m IftiiU-iIM't Tho In'iiHM-ialiwo take tho liberty to say "What States do you consider w,re atithorizctl to announce Capt. W .; ii." 'I'.jist Dinii." it.g of that subtle, line, sixth tense, more JK'U'M '.J A the 8uiinl t7wkne. or It.vMl MMfttY" majority of the citizens doubtful, looking at the matter A PJ''f a a cadidate for the olliee of nml tKlnrrim rtir t nlBrf.TjlBieat that the MciUjsi.is Appta. says a Washington special to yesICiutlrnl vratvtvm wmeii is itu .i jl m aneci ffninciii..f h..u.,k1 t,. .n.rt county ai the enauing Hi,, rmnt rt' km ,cl. ltT .''Abuie l0Tolunt-r- y from a Democratic standpoint!" I.mitlitll, l'nyno or Itnllrr. m, ljr: .trn y N' ' llitlt. "! i.mi .an men and which is boj terday's Cincinnati Coiiuncrcial still marching on a fguo1"' t,,iet . "Well, I should say that Ohio ull tll0 result of the election ou Vnip. hi r ,tt . JUrt ate iynT ir , Umiorar'' ) iii c IncapaUlf. and scoundrel." llandall, Payne or P.utlcr to iiijoivtivu.-viiitraiuer that tro il,,!,.., .J !. tr(i!,v oa.,n..iniiv tun i Connecticut a.ul Wisconsin are Vtre HUthor'wjtl to announce M. V. J. -- By K.'UIKT JSi titnlmM l"i 01 M. , Gazette, are beginning to pull lLlk,rLLL, v' head tho Democratic ticket would often incline to deny its existence j. '' ' The ladies of our town had doubtful States. Of California l FAlUlbR, ai csmdidate for the ottiie of rof ! ' . '"ii Booi," it ' l)i gen- not only lead to a defeat this time, at all. A lady sat sewing quietly renoHi'J unt'nT In tM JmirM like a band of brothers. a oil with OMidi (ithnrif our town Intn not Rnflipipntlv informed to CX' H''cri3"of Fu'wn coui.tr. Election in Au- - L". tir.-- !cr! 1. RoU't T. Lincoln said-(" fnm ui own bi prricnrij in llfr sittiiig-room- , ii.1 ;.... in-- " tuny lo ,. an iw.; i.rMe in m,iimi. fn' Cn ;it!we of rr.ih.t.t wi.itti ti,., thnt ! 'rii ovnecta-- , guttiext words and threats of tho tleman a few years fUc w , but would knock tho vitality out The hot ilahjcervn mglcl tcnwiTrdwilb-mctua!lT ;n nnrn-i- that! of the party for years to come. the nurse hml .riusti ik ... iiiij khd 4V, w. . iiiiiiii ,i...i i!in:. d, .i.;..i visiting Sprin-tlelI n Bill "Uns:i, tnttniraent, tmg or crill!ii; 1U il! n)?' il iiwiiiiii earlier days of the session have stance, that the groatusi tta.Vl,tJ Galveston JScws. put the baby to sleep and laid her was ill commence at dark and con-- . State is based, I believe, almost t once crlIn mud "Ot ihI''' to iSerr. no mltr lu tj iliilirj jt'ieuro Iilunolf cbpl, lii in her basinette. As the nurse record. given place to appeals from both that could befall tliCfaRPub"cs1,u be, Ms wholly on his On Wlnit Niiccerm Depemln. one hour. Mrs. Jennie roh.litMiu mj rt" came out of the chamber she said tinue for rang the siguul boll and Whoever is nominated by the Ytt!j .trlltei,. , Trewalla J loon la tkinutmii Ct?"7T.u Uctvrc Kill jtow No more dangorous nor perni- to her mistress : sides of tho tariff lino for harmo- party or the American-people. thontHtitll. would ue the noimnatiQ" "" it was answered simultaneously Democracy will have a record cious heresy can bo advanced than Iu plate mloi, tf ky T htnt iiuJrw!. "The little thing is ny. If it jan be secured here by ton of James O. Ulaine, io the o p'Htaga on rwipt f ftt cnt. or by all the bells in town, which equally as acceptable to the Cah' that tho success of tho party and three hours, ma'am, I'll asleep warrant." continued for tKil'i. AiWrrM s Democrats OfDANIEL, of an fomians, for all the d., TIIKCULVERWEf.LY.MEDICAL (in earnest effort, the task will be ac- Presidency. Ex. dopend the principles advanced The nurso went down stairs, and hour without any intermission, voted just as Blaine did." ! i 1 AiiH St.. Nv. YtV, ". ; Pot Office on any one man ; they are immor- for about a minute complished. SER- f i FFERS 1113 PROFESSIONAL "You don't consider New York ljlainc and Maine is a rhyme tal, surviving not only the doath sewed on. Suddenlytho motho" when the little girlB aud boys in dcfi'(, m J Tl ces to the citizens of Hickman auu town went to tho store of Tre- a doubtful State?" CLDvrtLA.jD and McDonald, we that will henceforth he tabooed of leaders and repeated defeat at seized her to go and a YWnitjr. take the walla Bros., and got all the bells "No, I think wo will carry 'e poet feds his the polls, but surviving oven beIf its raes,willbi tho Democratic nom- thisoflicc. with any r tOace Corner room in Laeld House. in the store and a few hunting York and New Jcrecy easily. burning thoughtsg trayal iu the house of its friends. sleeping child from 1" crib. soul atiro contla-gr.ilin"What nonsense sho said t. inees, for President and horns and joined tho van. Chil- Blaine is weak in both of those which lie is anxious to see Courior-- J ournal. DK.iLta tS herself. "Baby is sound asloep. dren were shouting, dogs howling. States. to speak, the world, so Nurse just put her down; I shall Such a time never was heard or through the shining Sun, let bun.A.. A.. llrlii- uu ttio Spanker S, Groceries In Prance nearly all the ticket-seller- s not go." solAp- - i..,..i i.; ;,.;.iw.;,... This is Tun Kentucky Court of seen In our town before. The ?ailnrah N vrs. railways and signal clerks ! at ...... r. lvMSva ! Instantly, however, Fomo power Cin1'ntJT AHllOV emnly meant, and it. goes. PHYSICAN AND SURUEON, e:iis is omening it on mi Kiut-AXD ALSO. The Hon. Joe. Blackburn has stronger even than the ast, njc! womon, not for tho snfco of tIlJlt the county had voted option are press, on account of tho einnati Sun. from the consented to make a few speeches the mother to go to her baby ; economy, for they are paid usually IICKMAN, SENTOCKY J". 1)V slbout C0() maj0rity. Tho Net. Seines, Linc, Hook, and ftll kilt in this district during tho coming same as men and sometimes Crittenden case. a. moment, she rose, . 1 of iWng ?ckle nnd Sappfie, at lv wftg celebrated by ubout flfty the 7?oiiablican clo Tho Rniiimtiniii campaign for President. Barbe- vexed wih herself, and wen t to Famil Supplict fed ,Jl8t n ht wllich wore higher, but Dccanno thoy aro tent' hii ProftisJonal Sryices to gain, Groceries and - ses an article on Vn"""atl0n cues have been tendered him in her chamber. Tho baby was P.LA15E is an aggressive, iigntTJcinity. erally. jc hcanl"for miIes aroUnd, and somo perato and can be trusted. js th itixens of Hicknsan and of Waino ami J.PLnR follos.: Trigg county and other places, and in hor luttlo bod, safely tuca jof MngMuUow tSuYvrill malco" allcath ihQ cltlz011Billt,lccoulltrycain0 iroflrttiKWTOWnro It was wise in 3fr. Tiulcn to an- JRml6-'6- 0 "Theso ho will meet with hearty wolcomo with 8oft white and piuk h a,ui joined in the jubilee. nounce his (lnto.rmiimtioii with re- Ktrnirrlo to win. It's novor nov- They ni such as the c? - to town in the Purchase. It should not cilll.lii iniiiu mo iii'v party iiAs never before be understood that he comes here the littlo brown head. It was half We hope that McCracken county ,nmi to tho Presidency in tunc to cr, with Mulligan Jim. presented, and will carry disniav with any intention of interfering open, the exquisite Tutors slightly will follow suit. Wo hopo that- enable tho Democrats to make con'Tildkn declines the Presidency. and alarm to thousands of men- in any manner with our Congres- curved and the psdm as rosy aB all citizens will join in this State another selection. Had ho re- - 0. L. diet till cverv county in the mained silent tl.A chauees aro that The bct make ol tli lie is a grand old patriot, and this who have regarded this as the par- sional election; he will, however, tho depths of a lovely shell. . nr,..ii..i urge the Democracy to bo united "My shall root this monster out. Wc ho would havo been nominated by ATTORNEY Ar LAW 1" vhisporcd tho mothnom- - i ." V I " babv letter proves it. Kow let us should look to the interest of the acclamation. Tlicj and probably givo them a talk on iploium high moral ends. 'n, .7 er, adoring the littlo sleeper as rising generations who aro to take Cleveland and McDonald, or, portend descrvi ini6 disaster ant tho subject of thorough organiza mothers will. "My own little Some men nevor know when Collector, Real Estate Agent aid our places in the future. McDonald and Cleveland. Kepublican tion of tho party. to the defeat they aro well off. Tho Blackbabv !" party, and a revolution in tho naHICKMAN, KY. .She bent over suddenly, a third smiths in Austria aro only requir l. .- Tbclr Vt'ltrn. VIV RKXATOKS. tional Administration." mysterious TToiuMy nut Clovelniifl. time impelled by that ed to work twelve hours' a day, tST Will attend promptly t Ml bntl Kept for sife, t ft b&fgt'n, t the liver Senator Iugalls, of Kansas, and Blaine has to bo excited to look seven days in the week, at W ma entrusted him in Southwssteri and Sale Stable of FAUIS ft PARKER was controlling her, New York WorlJ. forco which The New York Evening Post Senator Drown, of Georgia, ennml fnr nn .imi!trMlt reaSOU took big. But Mrs. Blaine looks most cents a day, yet they have gone KiaiUtkj and NovtVwvsUrn Tenncf Iloadly and Cleveland arc as Specinlftttration given to the inToitig gaged in an ugly personal quarrel, openlv bolts tlfe nomination of Democratic Governors over two tho sleeping babv in her arms and imposing when she is not cxvUed. on a strike. docs the BostonHerald, both lion of Land titles, and the pmrchaie other room. She is a large woman who sits bolt in the Senate this week. Iugalls them expressing.thc opinion that of the greatest States in tho Un- went swiftly into tho fJMiS Tho kickers against Bliiinc arc iilo of Kol Estate. scarcely crossed the her corner ol the carKPfBITIKO iD r0KWAtll0 accused UrOWn of changing ttiid with Cleveland or Bajard at the ion, and they have one advantage Sho had whon a startling sound upright in hor usual scornful smile still kicking vigorously, but aftor riage with on their side the independents threshold forging tho record, and llrown head of tho ticket tho Democrats aro already accustomed to voting caused hor to look back. Through on her face. Her face is a strong the Democratic Convention is held Conjnjiss.on SJercafs, iu as severo language. It will have an casf victory Blaine's for them. In Ohio and in "New stifling cloud of thick gray dust one. Her features are large, and they will be whipped back into friends claim that they were pre- York coiling ahovo ne are so disposed as to convey a the Republican traces and eat H. A. & E. T. Tyler, she saw that the was disgraceful talk for Senators, IUCKXAir, KY, pared for thesofactions, and that ted tothe independents contribu- babv's cradle had fallen, burung sense of power. They always their crow kindly. their success. Thoy trustyet. and the end mav not bo will conocnlrate their forces thev ed the two Democratic Governors tho 'heaps of rosy blankets and wear the same proud, contemptWith any sort of prudouco on KJ alrraji on linnil, Fresh in the West, vflyro they expect Mrs. Blaine has the part of the Democrats they disap- lying heaviest of all npon that uous expression. LIMB, CKMRXT. JAI T TLASTMt 5CP' Wk had rather voto for Thur-ma- u to inuko largo fins. They start aud they have not boon but for hor mystic as many enemies in Washington KENTCTCKT rHZS, GRAFS SEEDS, CLOYx.K. ha. HICKMAN, to the pointed. Hoadly and Cleveland spot where, littlo child would as Mr. Blaine has friends. Mrs. will bo sure to carry New York, than any man living; but then out by concl'diiftTew York warning, Massachusetts, and Indiana, and u folios' "Tt'ill tnuVe liberal advances ESdh illc Courier. or Cleveland and Iloadly would even now hor lying. Ohio is the only Northern SUito Democrats. Logan is a handsome woman, with that will settle the question of the rVTtU' ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS be mean ictory. Con, ., for b'o or shipmeM. gray hair and bright eyes, who Presidency. YY ttirniied it tVeir care, iHch4 that holds an election in October Dnuocrnlta JciiRlrn Tntk. t u nrU Doctor of Msp loves her husband dearly, calls Orao? Millet Block. 'nvlrtIiiK n Kluiiiflttttr. tliefcnjrriinl Tho 'Mtiirmitn Itoain. immediately preceding the Presi- Sprriil IHptrh t Gov. Cleveland, of Now York, aer8-'7- 8 him "darling' in public, and works WASiiiNOaOiftJune 13. Senadential election in November, and Cincikxati, Juue 13. A spe- Xev Trk IliroM.l and night to help him upward: is looming as tho Democratic day ittervicw here this cial from Columbus, O., to the A Worcester (Mass.) nmiprueti Mr. and Mrs. Logan live in tho nominee for President. He only of course the Itepublicans can tor Beck, in an - "I would have Times-Sta-r said.of Frankafternoon, says: "Tho Thurman tioner, wearing the name carried New York by 192,000 masecond story of a boarding-housdelugo that one Stato with money, favored McDonald and Slocnm lin Pierce, has just been convict- on Twelfth street, aud it speaks jority over the Republican nomiboom seems on the movo . iBHPSikiads of sta?l fwj say, for tho Presidcuml ticket had the Since Tilden is out the only troub- ed of manslaughter in causing the and carry it, and this they volumes for them that their fel nee. kills tho grand old Democrat's Republicans notranafed a Western le iu tho way is that a bar! is not death of Mrs. .Mary A. Uemis, of low boarders are all lor Logan. man, but by noiinating an Eas- one of Thurman's elements of West Uoylston, Mass., by packing They are censured for not taking The N. Y-- Commercial Adverti ATTORNEY AT LAW G chances. man tho figit was transferred strength. If he had a barl his her in kerosene oil. lie had pretern says: a handsome house and cntcrtain-inglaviKhl- y ser, a I'epubhcau paper,was gloand Conrectionorics. Will be pleated t IIICKMAK, XT. from tho West ti tho East. There- success would be certain a viously accueed his victim of ev"WHICH IM OCniICHBI'd; "Blaine's nomination thoy havo learned tee hi old onstotaers, and will fcolh uit ; but to his says, I ah constrained to lhe in price and anility. Call aei set The great political parties ncvor fore, he is our bouuden duty to I Jo could carry Ohio if any 'Dem- ery morbid condition known bil- that they that tako the handsome rious victory won by thoStarrouto promptly roraille think it gang, the cow boys and the intrihaud-som- o ocrat could, and with Clevolnnd pathological repertory pistro bi. "Qnik in'ci and Saall rtefifla. house shall perish by the fail to advocate the lessoning tho get a man from ho East to run CQAlistrscl8 of titUt a Won't be undersold guing politicians." or Slocnm on tho ticket from New ious fever, water about the heart. house. Besides, they don't burdens of taxation on tho people, against Blaine. The feeling against York he ought to carry that State and erysipelas and concluded the need to. Mrs. Logan makes non. Bill C. Owens lias withcatalogue of his crimes concern- enough friends without it. and why is it never donot Every Blaine in the East is very bitter also." drawn from the race for Congress own party followers' ing her by enclosing her in cloths candidate for political office prom- among his expressed himself tie faHICKMAN MARBLE WORK Mr. Beck Two Xotcd Chhpi Itt'veraoi!. soaked in kerosene until she suc- Mute Clnsnetl In Kenped to Klecllotf in the Frankfort district, and the ise the samo thing, and yet nono voring either Cleveland or Bayard probability is that Mr. Breckinis, Frakkfout, KY.,.lnne 11. The cumbed to tho treatment that deHICKMAX, KT. of them ever do it. In all hon- as the Democratic standard-bearer- , Republican California, 8; Co- ridge will havo a walk-overeversed died. The witnesses for the Court of Appeals remarking that Bayard's record the decision of the lower court in fence exploited tho most ingen- lorado, 3 ; Illinois, 22: Iowa, 13; esty aren't they all humbugs ! In I)yrbursro.i.l. SJmf'e Two ladies met three Iwdtes, from llickmn. Add re i3Mrm. respect they surely aro. Then as a rabel sympathizer during the tho caso of Thomas Crittenden, a iously irrelevant testimony, one Maine, 0 ; Kansas, 9 ; Michigan, 13; they all kissed; how iroiiry kisses this M P. I).NAHfI. would not, in his opinion, nephew of Gov. Crittenden, of physician swearing that she would Minnesota, 7; Nebraska, 5; Neva- wore exchanged? Send your an- vliyVottPfor tlieml AVo'suppoHO war. iiiiti. 'QotTwtt7rTwlww..j Jlliri care Sam;.. C. Datij &Cu,9t Loin. Uif ii ii. ttietl imyhriw bufore da, ; Now Hampshire, 4: Oregon, swcr"to'tlio"Coi7BiBieIt""tMMKy nrohably havo only on tho theory that our humbug oorted as favorin3tho ticket of iSBtSSSttZm. rf tenced to the penitentiary for kill- long, and soveral persons'stattnjr 3; Pennsylvania, tfO; Rhode Island, next week's paper. He ing a negro. Illegal evidenco was that they bad used kerosene in 4; Vermont,! aud Wisconsiu, 11 is just as good as their humbug. McDonald and Cleveland. Italian and Avbrigam Mahbt.x 3Toticae. There- said: uThe party lias been going the ground of the reversal. Spain wants tho United States single instances of the diseases as Total, 315. This is partyism of All pencil ImMing claim again.l the twenty Ar- to buy Cuba, but as the probable , for its candidato for Democratic Alabama, 10 ; UOSUM-fliTaThe celebrated caso of Copo to which unhappy Mrs. Bemis was fore, when wo go to the polls let Eastyears only to meet defeat ex TOSlS asd ghate cptntoof Mr Aiini L J?.j1iii.h decca.-efive with stealing incriminated and withont fatal re- kansas, 7: Delaware, 3; Florida, 4;- effect of the purchase on Presi ore rque.'cil to fi'e iaiil claim, jirojx?r y battle cry be, "which is our cept once, and then it was defeat- - Snapp, charged tho prove iii)oii nr leforc tlif iJ'Mh of- Jir-v money from the city of Louisville, sult. Despite such valuable evi iienrna. 12:, Keutuckv. 13;, Loai- dential election is unknown, tUtd STONH3. humbug V 1SS1, in my nWcuce, with Mr. Gi. lUu,i. ed by fraud.' Ho prefers trjing' was also reversed and the case dence, however, the champion siaua, 8: Maryland, S; Mississippi, trade will not be matte. : licnr. JI a Western man. Regarding the virtually dismissed. Worcester jury wore out fifteen 1); Missouri, 10; N. Carolina, 11 j l'ersonnl I'rumotloii OnW. Guardian IjtOo Hobiuron. It is the custom among a cer- HAVIITO rccei'Tod" a iTnor Tat 1 of min ut os only when they brought S. Carolina, 0 ; Tennessee, 12; Tex statement that Catholics wouui at. Ituliun Marble, ara "We use to think that public irgima, tain caste of Hindoos, to cut off 13; Virginia, 12; w. not voto for VeDonald. ho felt in the highly creditable verdict to All all orders. Call nnd oxaraine In Senator Williams' speech on above mentioned. Such instan- as, Total, 153, at the first joint tho third and the ur work Utcd sure it was unfounded. "To G lnciij political jlcxican solConnecticut, G ; In- fourth lingers of a woman about Orders fra iV euntrj promptly said, "over said so. the bill pensioningtho number to ces if infrequent, are encouraging (fair country, and therefore wo wor- Catholic," lie Doubtful may 6 There can diana, 15 ; Massachusetts, 1 ; New to marry. 25cts Lower than tho Lowest Catholics of Indiana are diers, he Climates when the do occur. widows, shipped their patriotism. When Tho warmest be pensioned, including he sup- be no more salutary procednro iu Jcrsev, 9; New York, 3G;Ohio, McDonald's among is said iu tho East that Elaine It I have no clerk pxpnrss no 8tor rerr will not exceed SOU, and this idea was dissipated wo thought friends and supporters." 103. criminal lair than will make a personal cauvass, tak and pay cssh for all rny Grocwrif,, ami which is the the practice of of a few such medi- 23 Total, ports that estimate, certainly they were devoted to therefore can sell as cheap i t$ chtap The Republicans must seenre ing the stnmp iu New York, Ohio, one made by the House Commit-to- o tho conviction manslaughter. CUy lVUlcki est. Best party, because 17 votes from the G doubtful States their own political cal cranks for 'SGHB08DE Star Flour, brnnda of Wii'effber; and Loo four years ago, by tho state ZScsmssZ paper than the Utr .a. .p- Virginia. or tbcj are defeated. thoy believed in its political teach' Fieni the Cbti;o lSrraM.) JOHN KITTING. ment that of his original company x nuiiifiiti iM n it. "1 say, Jim, whats all this 'ere ings, and yet each recurring cam"If wc can not have a decent one ofthc iu the nowspa-pers- of 100 but thirteen survive, while When the war closed tariff stuff we see Republican," says Mr. Beecher, FASHIONABLE paign tenches the lesson that theso inquired one freight brako-ma- n of his regiment of 1,100 only 100 Georgia railroads hadn't a depot The N. Y. Truth says: 'Mr. commenting on tho nomination of now living. public men aro for selfj and that house on its line, and Tilden has done his duty. In another as thoy dangled arc of or a freight -Mr. Ulaine, "lot us havo a Demo j. Jfw its rolling stock consisted of t.wo it when he could havo been crat." & tho success of party, of country, their legs from tho roof of n car, CorcriKi; up Dcfici-ncirBOOT AND physical and four fiat ears. President, in spite of his KKNTUCKV STREET, is nothincr as comnared to thoir waiting for tho pasKengcr to pull extremely thin lady, the wife old locomotives roll until new tics An SHOE out of thoir muj'. These couldn't ailment, bo has set a high exam-pl- o Thero are not as many Irishmen constantly on haiwl f Mi own promotiou. This is i blisterworld has earned the in Iroland as there aro in Americn. that I understand of a prominent Sew York banker, and rails were laid, and tho outKEErS sale ''Don't know to who is somewhat embarrassed, look was dubious enough. How- proud tho ing truth, and it tends to lessen it," replied Jim ; "but near as I distinction of being the . HOUSES, BWOTES and IUCK& OI1A1I. itiiyjL-a social appearance mwi corner 01 misv larui If ffuvVng purchased the stable, HorseC kin make it out yoti know after, made her in a very at ever tho president called a meet- first man who had the courage to our zeal for party. and Tror Atomics, Hast Hickman, Ky., and entire outfit of W. D: Hutome r what could tho nromntings of am I got my fingers mashed nmkin' gathering of the Har"Saiifctioii guaranteed. appearanco created ing done. board to see stated tho nut. asido the call of patriotic du- wo propose to continue tho business, and dress. Her had April. Whon ho bition at Tub Louisville papers aro se that eoupmr down at the stock somo remark. A prominent bro- bo solicit patronage v vere on the Kentucky Court of yards I hadn't anything to do for ker called the attention of a friend condition of the track and tho ty." oouinment, he added that mo a week but sit around and Appeals for rovcrsing tho caso of about as near as I can get onto it to the thin lady, aud remarked: Few, if any, of the Chinamen a dollar m cash read W. DIESTELBEINK FOOTS AND SHOES'. "She is.in almost as bad a fix as company hadn't to borrow mon- in tho Eastern cites havo any Crittenden, who killed a negro, tho Government is collectin' war aud no eollateral hor husband is in his business." some months ago, and was given taxes when there hain't no war Ho then asked what name. They are of tho vagrant ey on. "How is that !" elass, the lowest of tho low. A more money from tho should bo done. tho light punishment of a term iu is takin' is given by using Brown's "Neither of them aro able to "I movo we declare a dividend Chinaman of any prominonce, any uso for." Kcops in slock the very Host Material,, tho penitentiary; and als'o for re- people than it has interrupted In the cover up their deficiencies." Iron Bitters. an artisan, changes his namo "J sec, 1 sec," the of 10 per cent," boldly replied one even snd keeps only the best workmen. Worlc leasing Copo Snap, one of the par- inquirer, thoughtfully, "the crow Winter it strengthens and three times. He receivos a name guaranteed. Repairing solicitedof the directors. warms the system; in the Tho "talkers' at Washington thunderclap which from his father as an infant, ho ties who robbed tho citj' of Lou- up on top that regulates the train It was a space Spring it enriches the blood that's the Congress put on seem at least to havo settled ono knocked 'em down; but he follow- gets a book name when he goes isville. Crittenden shot tho neNOtrouble to name nil articles, but no THE to show goods, in the coming conflict, and ed them tip by offering to loan the to school, aud he roceives his true and conquers disease; in the BARTER GROCERY- nndome and see, at tho corner of Troy gro without scarcely any provoca- brakes when she was going down pointis that tho Democratic candi make the divi- and official namo when he marries. grade, but now refuses to tako'em that company $33,000 to Summer it gives tone to the and Moscow Avenue. East Hickiar, Ey tion, but tho Court turns him off when she's struck another up- dates for President and J. M. MONTGOMERY, nnnoun dend, and a dividend was decided nerves and digestive organs ; The Salvation Army paraded at MR. tohis friends and the public that shall como from New on. The stoek at once leaped from looso on some hair splitting tech- - grade, and tho engineer that's in the Fall it enables the N. Y'., contrary to the he has opened a new and fret h supply of questho people what runs tho hull York and Indiana, the only ticket-maker- 31 to 90 eents and in a year it was Buffallo, the police, and 13 were . ideality as to the admission of tessystem to stand the shock all kinds af Fa hilt Groceries, which her orders of s issue with these held at 10S and paying dividends arrested and marched to Police timony winch to tho ordinary train, if it's run at all, is kiekin'. tion at being as the lowest. He is will of sudden changes. FAMILY llROCBRY dy atsell as low to exchange Groetries reawhether New York at that. Wall Street News. Don't blamohim, do you. Jim?" all times at mind seems unimportant. Such Court. Seven, including Lovett, or Indiana shall have first place. cash prices fir Batter, Ef ps, Chicken, oir workno way can disease be In a minister, wero sent to tho ,ucj;i&ons viu iiave wrung"" Gou,Grjecu; CJity Smith tho la- - jjho floi.ic Klmjilc Cyclone StorlcM. any kind of marketing that the farming project of holding in St. so surely prevented as.,by house for twenty days, and the feet in destroying rbspoct for the tetil. friends may bring in. Tho begbest mar RxchnngM O. From Kaumi tcjfrom the opinion of Louis a reunion of both the seven, all servant girls, were keeping the system in perkst price always paid. Supremo Court. follow was from Wilcox other $5 or 10 days. One paid her One In an can aud Mexican veterans of the tho Chicago febuvention. J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. (DATIS' OLDSTA3D.) fined Brown's fect condition. of war of 181G-- 7 is cordially indorsed and tho other resides in this coun- fino the others wero sent up. interviow with a representative All kinds of How Fur Tho Xcirxpnrtpr I.cnI. Iron Bitters ensures perby Gen. Diaz and other prominent ty. The Wilcox man eaid: FORfect health through the tho LouisvillcrimeB, ho said: Fivni tlio lkllat-l(tirrifi. Tho New York Herald reiterMexicans, as the best opportunity STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES our big cyclone, a year "After n tnatlcm political a newspaper lead it changing seasons, it disarms "1 cannot support Mr. Blaine, to seal tho friendship between the ates its charge that Blaine said, readers only where it moves in about the and tho party which nominates republics. s the danger from impure Diaz says tho Mexican or two ago, a largo number of birds on leaving "Washington for Maine, usually kopl in a bones, atbot direction U reader want to po. were torn prices. such a candidato deserves to bo Government will aid tho project and chickens feather found from that tho nomination at Chicago water and miasmatic air, which every had been Some of our local papers might defeated. Iknow Mr. Blaine," in every possible way. empty honor, that tho and it prevents ConsumpFXKCY CANDIES, TEA3, stripped by tho. terrible wind in was a mero would win, aud that he to stndy tho unpalatable said Gen. Smith, "and neither his do well Democrats tion, Kidney and Liver DismXCE-XZAPICKLES T Col. C. E. Bowman, Kentucky fact, they were picked as slick as fact given above. Many years manners nor his methods com- Statistical agentfor the Agricultu- an onion, but tho fowls were still didn't caro anything about tho ease, &c GRITS CRkNBElWUES, 1IOXINY, nomination, and dares him to deago tho Courier was vam enough mend him to the honest, patriotic ral Department, Washington, has alive and kicking." ny it publicly, lie knows ho said citizens of tho republic. He car- made tho following report of the 'H.S. Berlin, &g.,ot&e to imagine its groat importance(!) ried into Congress the manners "Oh, that's nothing," exclaimed m: wr m9 n firm of H. S. acreage of Kentucky the Pulaski man. "Ono of my it. And lUo in controlling and inuuenciu'r acquired upon tho political hust- couditiou and OS; barley, neighbors had his well blown so Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le A Washington dispatch says wo suppose felt ings, and attempted to control crops: Wheat !)G; rye, Ac, Sugar, Coffees, Soaps, elections, and Droit Building, Washingacreage 91, condition 102; oats, crooked by tho samo feeling among Senaconsequential because of the con that body as ho would a cross- acreage and condition 92; clover, ho has not been able tocyclone that "the prevalent House fixed too ton, D. C, writes, Dec 5th, SWill not be undersold. got a buck- tors is that the I said Will pay full price for Duller, Eggs, &c Papers roads constituency. Chicago before condition 101, acreage 92; apples, et down into it since, and was earlv a date for adjournment, and ccit. It's a mistake. 1881: Conthe ought to refuse the responsibility tho meeting of ho were nominated condition SI; peaches, not more compelled to dig auother well." tlmt it will bo nearer tho 30th of Gentlemen: 1 fate pleasvention that if At this point tho meeting ad- July before the Senate is ready to ure in stating that I have used of electing or defeating candidates. it would canso mo to support any than two por cent, of a crop. Tnhe Ike Brown's Iron Bitters for mashut up shop for the summer." McDonald and Sena- journed to the nearest saloon. Their mission is to submit facts, respectablojicket tho Domocrats laria and nerroBs doubles, might nominate, and I intend to tor Voorhces, of Indiana, havo caused by overworii rha Jny Gould'n IlenlRencbe(l. and let the voters choose. Blaine, it is said, will tako tho excellent resulfe. N been interviewed and both say Intortii-- withGouM, X. Y. Trlbun-- . do"so. C. & SL L. R'y, oxo atmnp. This will bo in imitation lilaino cannot possibly carry InKast has already begfilf upon shall be perfectly satisfied with of Douglas and Groeloy, who wero I Xot t be Name. Beware of imitations. diana. Arthur and Grcsham would Blafno by representing the Uopnb-Iica- n Thero is not anything The Ask for Browk's Iron BitTho Philadelphia Record says: havo been tho strongest tickot in tho nomination, lilaino is a liv0 defeated. show the utter desperaclcirhnut with a broken back, oxo"Gen. Logan thinks th storm will tho Iloosicr State. Indiana will man and will bo a live President. that canhis cause, so much, as this and insist on having ters, caused by carrying too much magThere is nothing dead about him. tion of Kecpa the very lcst mikes of Beef, fresh it Don't be imposed on netism. He also gives thoBepub- - soon blow over, lie also thinks go Democratic. to appear "in public on tho threat and cool, and potUe and attentde clerks to hcang to understand that as far as he rememberg that tho fooling with something recom-it stage." Let him proceed. It is estimated that thero have f Mfre customers. they aro concerned, the Presiden- against tho nomination of Hayes been introduced at tho present There is trouble browing bemended as "just as good. tween France and England over The Republican nominee for bad as it is tial chair is knocked higher than and Garfield was as The genuine is made only ten thousand Call on nearest Ticket Agent, now, but ho is much mistaken. session of Congress and ont of tho Egyptian questioiu It looks Vice President is tho Mo Too of n kite. by the Brown Chemical Co. resolutions, bills Not ono prominent Republican all aud only sixty have been pass- as ir theso two nations will collide tho Logan honschold. His wife Pn.t ilx cent Or Ad dress Baltimore, Md. theso for potS a nil before tho differences are settled. is the "business man" of the firir. Clcvclnml, jrcDonald or Hayard newspaper or man opposed the Tcrx Irte. a A. Y. Slevenw Act., a very large proportion of ed, and Pass. will bo tho Democratic nominee election of either Hayes or DalK. Tex , or oitJy box or goo-which will he,P " of cither Bad luck for Ulaine, ho was ex. to mireiionov rlzhtuwav th'n 'ytbins elsj Y. iA. DtXIXf- Congress will adjourn Jn'y 8. opposed these were pension bills. for President and it in more thnti ami now tho number n this wirld. rortm it th wrct ato on Fridav so was O. T. .t T. A.. KAilttillr. Tens , Aug"1' probable, that two of them will bp In P.lame ahfl- - Logan is so great itf!ytur. At onw 'MtT.-- i Tr.fi; There are more Irishmen in The working majoritv will bo in nominated 5RlTZHELLNErtr T. Ag Uickar Ilayet". rnrTscsf; day. I'lii.that on the ticket. America titan in freland. that it eauuofebe muutcd. it wimiw in n in in hi mi i "',", :.,'- - ii - II rsrOKSSTwas THS BICKKAS COURIER, c k'siitiritl vStnXKM " m XVlmt V. OMAN'S sixrss SKX.SC. Slow It I ww lit Ttailnmt. r mil eiec-tio- uLaAiijL--gjrvfrmfwtftrnttTr- rr i . - aE.'. o ! '( .. . -- n: to-geth- er .. .. L I ,.w..i h 1 h. xx 1 ',. L 1 1 . 1 ."Hf-Abn- ut -- 1 mi & A anti-ChineB- e Professional Cards. three-quarter- bJf. u. -- -- F. B. CASE, Vice-Presiden- DR. F-AKI- Family o -- .. . vie-aft- er s-i , ' lie-public- . - -- ?'.?:,.;,. '"'" EANDLE FOR SAliE. tf u :; s:m -- to-da- y Bondurani Drec) ro-.tort- Attorneys at Law, 1 J.W.SOGBSS, ROCEKIES, e to-da- y. to-da- r. to-da- y to-da- y. lr T , - c, pro-pare- office-holder- s, groceries 1 UTZ F -- do-in- "- i. rtVilll ... sale and livery stable Faihs Pahker, --- -- .! low-necke- d New Life Family E. GLAZIER. - Vice-Preside- nt """'.?(' K. JUDGE. -- first-clas- NASHVILLE, A well-know- c n Chattanooga Atlanta, Florida OTIIIA if! Ex-Senat- or TIVOLI HALL. -- Jos. SOHM, Frop'r. FAVORITE! Gar-ITch- T, A PRIZE. - :!' 't v- ffc Jutt