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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 hic1884062701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ipws" , L t -- -4r THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAr -- W Sv? i Fhie Job Printing EXECUTED ur- GEORGE WARREN, Eciciiarvr, ky, Office Ileinzo Uuildlng-, THJHJ " HICKM-AtXllii p CJltiton Street. COURIER i. JUNE 27, 1834. TJ,E DAIRY. Ventila'ion in the dairy should h4 done at night, or early in th'c morni tg. when the air is the coolest The whey or buttermilk should bo utilized before an excess of a id has consumed the bettor portion of it, ns it invariably does when stored in largo d With Neatness and Dispatch. ENVELOPES, LBTTEK-HEAD Bt GEORGE WARREN, Editor. L. . viuce ; or wtissckiptiox, JAr EMPTY XEST. s fci.50. ESTABLISTIETpoT ?f tht hole it HICKMAN. c September 7. Charlrtq I?nr we at J'1' !?P explode, iann,. da A A'oxnllous Dilemma. jyc,Hcpiii)iican Hang Doomod. through the window at a tree lug its iCtim Iuto oterniu . to tpqie io a well at Sawyer City. Ho dna.t, In the spring of 187.1 "Do,. Wrtfd hi 1,11 one s..ell and tried to put . Jl appears from Pepublit an soured i m u nr.l.1.1t "" J,ari3 I lair anions the branches an ok I awl empty the cap of 1 has , torpedo agent, and a young ma m&d flit fllliiniit jiiii...!. . l: i -good repute, bo it 1, that their 17 struck l""v it twice.''kiii up a nani- - Ham's ColiirresMOiml Commiiieeitcoa- CUnVi" frf Wolf, telegraph agent at he His head and Seniles jueA l reracmlKiroU when I saw It. how Ina Station, were Mown up at RobW ltmla wore blown off. .lames Thrtwhor, lronted with a eaiiotts . - .' and a S3 1" nf Inhl t.1...wl .. i sprlnjr .. Fourthly blackbirds lived In It IwuenUi their mngawnc, near Sorubgra,. Jn ...- tn u dirdi Iril'kdffrj la . llltich lllivh'tv i o..r a tool uresser on tho well, was killed .J mothor's wing. that ear, Andrew Dnlrfm-pl'ifigC'harlev" Croupe, a moon-hgh- horn u will emit ov ion-!i-.hi Crrnnnd. craUSLini thn uim-in..- ! I """u"' "l a 'lllooH-lightr- ,, li ing near present as a sightseer, was killed When that Unselfish anil ex.r.mhm set !IQiMfa feelinn- nf im,....... ttlllOM Once mora tho Movoms. jJnk ami white, Ml ,.T IH73S was blown up in Ins houdnd msttly. William liunting, owner adorn the Hutu prong of statesmen gathered at WjcshingUm too tiMl blatant members of of the pnrtrT That holds the nest; Out where is tlwt fowl Killed, together .. . niifiAllru-l.with his wife. Ittfas ad,ofient wells. Hvwl eighteen minutes, the nlltur dav, ........ft'..: irniimlrread, have neir eves onen suo mother and her son? siipiio.(Nl that ho had been rillib? a thoth nimble to speak. He ;iiws. the fol- deft Hrntten oer the length and lav on tho for the ediheatiou of lii Where arsthcttny birdlins that ventured shell wheu the explo-iD- ii bre &sLvi the creat occurred. The gromd with one hand upraised to lowing Oxtmot from tin- ( iil forruiitioii party. house was turned a beaten f Xi Reform ,hjaifonoalMly n3t, to bop along tha wood by the lorceintothepile of kindjug htsfa.e and a look of mute appeal upon law, UJbeing Seition Sen-i- li rofo- tl,.t net. KoitijSSsyns the"cr in It provides that 'm. of oxpIoMonJU Slattory, aged twelve. eiiwujanmoij. Jilden. Tnfortunato-,J- a Uairymplos or Territorial of as aiHlMelviiie Hastings, ag,l fourteen, child PPWP'P. the Democrats Wherc- rescued from the debris almost w here halstoppl on their way to school aiid Congress, or any otlic r nr cmjl'mo of notAUour to cat their President, wer but Whcr and was afterwanls adoptod &Uo both were badly injured, Slatterlv dving cithor house, ami no executive, judicial, reform will not rest, anil O, where- Uo family of a wealthy Tidioute military or naval otlicer of the Tinted noW.raSro than over that snirit ,, U5U Kim iti ...lc.. 1 know Jtly tho following' vear, Join iye baUy injured. George sioan btates, and no clerk or enii!oe of any a)ala flgjlf f..!t ! an tkrcbring-- Idol fcere that might ten October l:t, dollars Oslrorne was blown uji while driving l.okerts magazine, on Ilattield farm, department of the Covemm. nt of the Sw not a man in the Republican his torpedo ouckboard Twq tnitedj.Statcs, shall, dire tlv or ludi-- parlMhfi represents an thing like way dearly Valley below Parker, along I5ear reek near Hradford, was blown up. isy "I'JviV0"" not.ne any solicit orrec i.e. oi in an man-- , lofty fjjl: do no tknow who" the Dem-ne- r fn ikt.s Men men had been seen going toward it but eowrniUU Miot who Taylor drew an unexnladml fcimado bo couceracd in solicjt;ng ind mm, before the explosion and it U .. JfiEvll nominate, but we are con,..,-.tU J front a wall at TVorttn.anHHtler B"IMM9eti mpy were Killed. V.holo infernal thtnt?. iMujf. that wWW tho Decouibtfr ceiving hiv assoaruent, Mibseppt on A. J". Sun. County, and to guard againstn?er to 5, Hoborte'niagaaneat Kiuiuia Juiie oouUibittion for any political purpose rtiuaxle tiMry be, nirwill 4evu. stfo--g his companions carried tho $htn into tion, coatiiutufj 1,230 pounds of glycer- whatever, from an v oliiicr, eh rk or em-- ; man a man that will in every sense ploye of the Tu iteil Stales, or from an v 'represent t lie people. Anil abovo all the woods to take oil the cap. n ine, exploded from spontaneous HOR R IDLE CASUALTl KS plosiou followed, which kil(olX l'r. Two cmploves had gone U) person reccmug compensation from any ho will ooh pure man and one that w.ll Koultln- I'rnni tlio l'sC or Mtru-GlFebruary 23, 1S7G, a vcrafold day, tin- lnagadue for glycerine iu the money dorhod lrom the Ticttsur o! the comnuwiumc high respect of tho whole count rv. .lames Iarnum, then torjjeildPiu nt inornmg. Tliey saw sulohurous smoke United States " Deaths in SevenThen, to emphasue this, the rca U r In lto. there was a great political St. Petersburg, drove to KdjsP"" for issuing from the two top cans and re- teen freak Mind Ludiion H of th same upheaval States that were known as alter- tbev returned and followed with crous Scenes ':itisrl by the llxplosirc..-- three liunlrfil nmnxlu nf Ailrcerino i.ieu. law. It is, iu substance, Repub.i a stronghold gYe Democratfew da s ago the report canio that On his return trip he was acc$"pamed took eighty pounds of the stuff and tho alnive, but applies to ideutual with ic iirn'oriies. It Coimssmcn. Was a tremendous ov a with. p:it it in their wairon. After drivino-i who m . . . Uiroe trumps up near Warren had ' ... rr Sm 'who prohibited from receiin Democrat b tidal wave, avicton for the lum tinui ho turneil off the vuMi road lour Hundred feet thev rintltf moneyare any ' saved making coffee in a bright or valuable can ne press and t lie people readjieople. itip had found. The attempt resulted to drivo up to his ma"aannl onlv iriglitened, unhitched their horses anil ofheer or employe of Ihiug from an the (Government. ily expfaird the ujdieatal by pouting icii nun men at ins reuasu u com- made off to a safe distance, where they The in an oxplos'on which mutilated one of Committee received lliceo d selos-ure- s to the dcsi'rate methods of the btaf-war-t watched developments through the trio ery badly and injured the panion hatl just ivachel tha tasn hen open with astonishment, but the climax Kepidicans; ami ewry one siw he was horrified bv a tnrrilWaSjdoioii door of the magazine. The smoke oMut two. The one worst hurt was rein the direction of'KamunTsniagaiue. 'gradually increased until at 11:30 the was reached when the next claese was that the pople meant to rebuke boss-isn- i. move I to the jioorhoiisc, where he has made known. This "section 'Ih very jear .Valwuc was -e died. The can used was sim,,lv The excited crowd thnt sooaathered explosion occurred. The eisrhty pound makes the penalty for the violation of In Virginia, but everywhere else at tho locale of the magazine otin'sel in the wagon remained intact. " uhieh had coutuiued '; And as the of the e plosiou was these sections live thousand dollars tine Boss rule vas overthrown. and "which, by the negligence of a horrible scene. Tlie groHm&as torn The cause imprisonment in tho penitentiary Democrat swept the country in up; trees were denuded of Bark and said to have been imperfect and five years. :ono torpedo agent, had beeu left limbs; one of Harnutu's Iwrsi3 tcrrihh wasliing of the compound, the -so they bi fnir to sweep out Kepubl can urphi lor ing around loose. This little incident mutilated, was Frofoumi gloom followed these preg- wrrautiorin this year of our Lord 18SI. dying in afflWJ. The a id ailing on aud eating tho tin coat nant a long list of glycerine eastial- revelations. The Commit le was The Itepurieans had mm-iniquity to t's, which form a part of Oildom's other iiad been blown to atom?, and tho in;; of the cans. December iV, .John not ignorant that such a measure had answer fo in hiisr;rv was reduced to snLnlae. l"rar- - Mc leen was tilling a shell at a well iss, but s nee then' the case-- , ha e been added to of .John L. McKinncs. on Meek's occupied public attrition for some lit- Str-rou- t The lirst glycerine horn in the fil incuts of human llcsh ami rtS t'es'i. ofrwk, when the tle dtiinc, but few had th ' potdt:vc thch fou record, and those terrible ( clots blood aud pieeff bone well began to flow and rigi.uis oeciurcd in the la r pan of covered the ground knowledge that for rwlma everv Me'Iecrv strtel to run. The shell with the Usual it had become a law. scaatlals covered up by the "grand old C mi turner if is,7, wn, n provisions appended. pafty,"hhould alone lie siiffc enl todc- iliiam direction from the spot whuriiufc maara". struck the derrick and exploded, knock jutiiivin, a iiiaiiuiaeturrr oi, tl.e sutr, ?iue nau oeeu, and- were ania Winging ing.Moi leery down. Just as he was iu me ui.sjK.siuun io inr.e witn tne meas feat am Parian sran-rThe old idea. was blown up at hi fc.etorv nc-i- Reno. to the - branches , of iieisrhborfog tree. tin- icr of rising t'ie cans iu the derricl tire ias extinguished by the liortpntous held bva few. that the Keim'. lit an uar- I ho f U.k ... .i ; ii scction lo, M in vu" .oneof ISamum's ears was afterward explo kd and he was thrown oue bun cousciously and the committeemen nn- - tv festcre I business enterprise, and kept ,V i,. i ' , put their clenched hands Wdl sr et in cqudibrium. has been VU,S? ,.TV"'vv.,. ,, ,,:,J -- ,,!,," tho- found neariy a mile from tlc":cne of dn-bit jumped up and ran oi .. ... down into their pockets, at the plodedlhis ear. Tne fallacy believed tiieexuntil he fell from fatigue and fright. Wir.. ..lr.;..u- - tin epl u.sion. on occurred, which same time indulging in a little mental ' in by tntid business men (hat a cbauge Hi coat-taiwere cut off W. II. cleau le.U.1 111 ItOth Oil ( itv- an,u.i, I Irmlli,. of Julv, 1S76.torpedo, HarnKlitenie.. sin .ihly as if done withasshears and arithinefle as to how many days, hours of par iu the Administration wotiid Harper's and aud drew qob of his He uas reducott to Miiall lragiuejits. were contained iu the ' derauf trade, is now hat ing a startlin' , which failetl to oitplftilB, from a nis imi-- ws tilled with pieces of tin space miuutts ears. which were gathered up b an exe ted j of tivex lor could a Democratic A if nn sulinteps. but he was not otherwise Kealing's c i"vd. Kady in the suinin.r of liis, wIl at to Ine exhumai on of the law. for th iniuisratiou make business auy more in uivd. ir why itdklH work, bonefit of tho Committee, Patrick llrophv. the eeond . vas uasetfod and depressed tian it is' This met da unary 18, 1S82, CRarles E. Cxplmled, drhing Jees f bis fate at Colonel K. A. L KolwrtV th" very nroiH-rly- , by tin through his body. After trine davs in the Allegheny Mr. Fdward McPhe'rson, its secret an, isaoiestion that thousands of torpedoed a well litiiMiiile magujiiue. liro-l- n ami as that r manufaeturers who have was in l.oberts employ, making si,'..; i. uidtlie of intense buficring he died, August J, licld. ami having two quart of glvcer-ii- f body is composed entirely of Scnatois voted Ine ticket for left, started to carry it back to the ill'am Ciawson wag killed ne ir like, and had uo particular l'isires at !:.' Congressmen and Federal oliciaK its tber.kcof -- expediency" are asking the magazine, but it was learn.d after road iburg. Th 'writer met Mbiou the niair i due, near l.olirar. When within sweeping effwt will at onee be aad he answer is in favor of the it is of theu:aksin c One of the Committee is t'leediiskui that he bail be, n of an ho. a- - near tlie seem- urrence, when Claw-so-nu twenl live feet of'the magazine botly sppo-ohe slipped and fell. His before theoc iiijiiKii.ve and ineuttve Uim of mind, reported . as tersely remarking that the 'lit- l.rtith -is . no tutrfv that U.M7 ufS , wv ....,. W...VW kaa . i dd me ho intended to pat in no w a torn to shreds and a hole was blown and was a frequent visitor to the ma"u-inluii significance oi me more torpcJoe- alur that day. He in the frozen ground two and a half feet did not appear to have i ivn ben ice law- mm an uglv example in morality as the There was a large amount of The ha with him btoncutireiy re ReptblicanWly could have other thau deep and live feet in diameter. The a' the time "a i xplosivc componnd at the factory and uis party, maira'ine, cont.iining four hundred .niter.! vjCongress." wnen ine measure aa tuliealthv effc t on the miblie inter a four-pi.i-rt aid a the explosion was terrih'c. Window s According to the of the country. With a gang of oiiuds, did not explo le, though eeral pasel The first two Were strict letter of the act, therefoie, an thieres under the shallow of the oer Tluisville were shattered, an all hite re torn from the building bv otlieial who demands mouev s.ittU. but the twxwmart shot boards made in the ground whore the to a1 il Hise; with corruption iu every dela'led to go, and in the HitiuHntioilrAw ihe c me issjon. February auother lis party, can safIy Im' housed in a partment of magazine had stood large enough to it t''e (;oernmcnt; with out it was xiilodcd at tbe top of i!o e.vld''' ' oicirrel at the same nwg.i-holpenitentiary. This fate mav put a good-sizehouse in, and . the'deto-natiu- u in Tn.i In ir warded where it should bo killing John (irant. sho ter. and store for the "'heading the moon-- j ''"" of was heard at inmf, il..-r,..:i.., pns'3t hest-Oreutt. aged twenty. How the Cougressionalmmlers theKcpul.hr m Pushed, athe ord that, Administration December 10, tfait vca.. Committee unless tjlt.N lsinadc Mi no itrtrtv ronltl tnuh mi.iI IV'tllini" cannot bts told. The reHirn to tirs' p.lneioles. -THo frorlttoe of the nuiuiu oi mo powerlul agent so Petrolia. whore titer hntl'onrTrJiilulwere ffathered upa far as tmscme w remedy for tho ror- VIUjLn freely used by them. nimee lias been confined to the collecsix hundred pounds of V'e R"l f lanterns and placed on tho tion and distribution of Congressional - ..s..l. .. T t ltJtltarh uropny'3 mis-- ; l he expioaon w.is a most terrific one - W"W5" nat none similar sen ice lor documents, while their opponents have i countryecu by the lniainoss men of and the masses. 'Phe Dem- bap. Colonel Davidson and two em- - May 27. 1S77, a man by name of Alii Rerndgc s remains. devoting their latic uiuwu up at unvidson's son, ana others found a It is a remarkable fact that no nitro- beenthe collection andtime, ex. ltisivelv. lneat; uartv will reform lh old to wdl reform business, will reform distribution of la tory, and all the horrors of the pre- - gunpowder torp.-d- on the river banks glycerine explosions have in that l:ttle oer which Presi- public mora I J. ce ling cabually were repeated three- - near Serubgrass. Alli-o- n expresse.I the oil regions for oer two jears, dent Arthur has dubbed "soap." The Republican gang is surely loid. liio sickening details of human an intention to "d:s-eit." saving- he tuongh more than do ible the amount The eae of General urtis, the first dtfme.Jac'iinonti btnle. . ... .. c t .1 j r mr mrri ia siumo nine lom nau seen iois oi .uicnun itierihi i tm " nns i ina "" :r" v iiviiiunituii: nasi w i ears Republican victim of the rigor-- , of civil agniu. Hie next x'ictim of Uic com.- - j He was advised not to fool with it, but tian m al,.v """''ar jeriod In service, is at once a warning Rciuciiihcicil Iu Platforms. ' and a menpound was Dr. Fowler, who had a want on trring to nrv the top of. The Warren and Forest. McKoa-- i and Alle- - ace. If the measure lie carried into IJlUtory near l'nuiklill. He went Ui th am! . . .. .. ...w.. 'hi... ;n.u..l.. Wkoa Abe Lincolu, .. - ..w nsnlninn i"lii,.,. t iit- tranv.- shotsw" hv lnen- lsrr.though frn. lorco, Uie Kepuhlf an National, as well United Mates, issued President of the factory one morniiiig..aml a deafening tober 'J,v..J. T. Smith, of Titusviile, wa ,MIt thout casualtx. the as the Congressional, Committee a will emancipating the slaves, proclamation report shortly afterw was tlie signal killetl at Robert s' factory on Boli- roads iu herry (Jrove, Cwpr ami ot lus annihilation This was iu 16Cy. var Run, near Rrodford. and Col-- -' imiltown are the worst imaginable. 1. have to be turned out. and in their have given the Republican it seems to party a bill, ! places private citizens will lie .in ibiV one of the most remarkable el Roberts aud his nephew Owen ' t't,,1''? do not include iu this list the ami if this is done what vv ill ensconced, of sale to the negro vote. L mil" a very beecme of glj'ccrine accitlents oecurred.ns the next were both injure I. Phe factory was a ' ree,'"t plosion at " he Tornlo tho coming campaign if these important rocoat ueriotl the Republicans have had niaiancc in chronological order. R. Red- - new one, and the ac ident remlted vmiipaiiy icwiv hi .iai 1.11111, vii;ca duties are entrusted to Humiliated indi- a fee simple title to them, and but few. field, torpedo agent at Scrubgrass, now "in experiments with the lirst run of is out of the region. Oil City (Pit.) Cur. viduals? But Senators and Congress-me-n or the negro voters seem to have dared Kemiordull istatiou. on tho Allegheny fflyeerine. Dcemijer .i, Ellery CUcelan I JRrald. are not onlv those who are con- asbrt their political independence. Valley Railroad, loft .a. can hidden in uarUett. Roberts' agent at Red Rock cerned, for the law also applies to Fed- However unreasonable it may appear to itie oushos by the rncr bank, (ieore was oxplotling empty caus. One which suspect that the negroes will go on votSerpen! Worship. eral officials who are members of W lnlMitHnln aI . f had beeu placed on as directed ing ""and his wi'c onexvctis m the going, ami Bart leU the hre was slow- It has been suggested, and appar countv or township political or State,p licanblind! for all time by the Repub"""'" severalt day r. town-bhivIcitty, rty picked it up to look to come through found political organizations. Albunv un some reason, says Air. dor-do- n Aryits. Rcdficld's glycerine. Owing to the. for jt cause. Tlu main part of bis re- enta mere sentimental fact that gratitude Ciimmiug. that in ancient pagan of the dangerous compound mains were divided from One leg aud requires they should make themselves to lard oil, Mrs. Fotterman mistook it an arm. April 111, 187, while Jojeph times it may linvo been a reeognied jHMiticnl vassals, it seems to bo the preThe Reason Why. for tho latter, and turned the can over Kttnor was lowering an eightrquart symbol in serpent worship, and lieuco vailing idoa among Republicans. A Washington writer has discovered to her husband to use- the contents in Melntyre torpedo m a welj near may have arisen its common use as a Tho spirit of unrest among the on political quest'ons shows how lubricating his machinery. Fettermau Cilmor, it exploded, cutting him io the charm against all manner of evil. The n change in the poltt'cal aspect favoroiled his machinery regularly with tho side and splitting open the head of resemblance is obvious, more especially able to' the Democratic party. While affairs areclrifting. Thev have grown stuff for a fortnight or more," until one Frank Hill, a pumer. September l.i, to the species of harmless, snake which there has been no recent doubt that the tiwd of being mere voting cattle, anil day he had several mon assisting him an explosion took place on the Curtis is rounded at both ends, mj that head issue of the coming canvass will i tho only tlnng to satisfy tic in seems to in "pulling out" a wcllftthey working farm, two miles south of Bradford, and tail are apparently just alike. The favorable to tlie Democrats, tho change be some acknowledgement that thev aro in the dorrick while ho run tlie engine? which resulted iu the death of N. ifc creature moves backward or forward which is noticeable to all may lie at- a part of the RepubTenn part. . Everv it being in the days antecedent to" tho Pulvor, agent of S. 0. Gotham, 'of at pleasure; hencj tho old' belief that it tributed to tlie receut business disturb- Republican leader knows that it wo ill! "derrick telegraph" and Petrolia, J. B. Burkholder and And-- P. actually had two heads and was inde- ances. The Republicans are invoking not do to give the negroes a fair share cord." The cngiuo was run at a high Higgins and Charles S. Page, bol'i structible, as ovon when cut in two the aid of business men, representing to of the ortices, anil it will never bo n rate of speed, stitlicient to. heat the runmoonlighters. Several at- parts it was supposed that tho divided them that the iuteicsts of business "are done. They attempted, howovcr, to iieads wofild seek one another and re- dependent on their success in the elec- allay the dis juiet by electing a few ning gear, so that wlyjii Fetterman tempts had boon made to burglarise squirted some of the compound on a glycerine safe by inserting glycer- unite. It stands to reason that in a tions, yet such transactions as have re- negroes from the South as delegates to community such a cently" convulsed I he business centers tho Chicago Convention, but this has heated journal from a common oiler, an ine in the lock and liring with a fuse, are directly traceable to the business added fuel to ihe flames. The negro explosion followed that blow off his but without sueces". It was stippoicd creature would be held in high reverarm, crushed his head and mutilated another attempt had been made just be- ence. Even in Scotland, various an- methods developed under Republ can is not satisfied with such empty honors. bracelets ami orna- Hdministral'oii. Ho has so o'teu been told llint ho is his body horribly. fore the visit of Pulvor, .Burkholder, cient snake-likRecommendation and. advice in juU as gooifas a wjiito man, that he Iu August, 1871, Charles Chirk was Higgins and Page, aud glycerine' on the ments have been found which seems to blown up while driving on the road near lock caused the explosion. October favor this theory; and at a very early regard to the elections from a class begins to want to see tho Republicans Fnterpnso. He was the lirst victim of 29, tho same year, Gotham's factory period both snakes and horseshoes socm which has manifested such an iuclina-tio- n act upon that political principle. Alas, to run into excesses of speculation he will never sec it! the stuff while in transit, and his death near i etrolta was the scene ot an ex- to have been engraven as symbols on That there is room for complaint on aroused people to a. sense of a new plosion. Gotham had gone to the sacred stonos. Wo hoar of the latter and stock gambling, however zealously danger, that of having the stuff hauled factor' accompanied by his assistants, having been sculptured, not only on tho they may endeavor to boom the Re- tho treatment they havo received from past their homes. ICot only was Clark Harry French and a young lad named threshold of Old London houses but publican cause, will have rather the ofr Hie Republican party, is very true, but John fcowler, to manufacture an order evon on that of ancient churches in feet to repel than to enlist popular fa ror they have no one to blame "but them-slblown to atoms, but his horse and d They fare much better in the were reduced to fragments. 1872 for four hundred pounds. Gotham was various parts of Britain. And in the in behalf of the Republican ticket of present day wo all know the idoa of whatever material it may Le composed. South than they do iu tho North. Tho brought out four explosions and added was found dead iu an adjacent stream luck connected with finding one, and The ptople havo learned that unsound census of 18S0 shows that in tho ten a new method to tho list. William with no marks on his; person.' Fjroneh principles are nurtun d by n.. Northern States named, there are nmln Thompson was the lir&t, beiug blown to was picked up from the stream ;badlv now constantly nicy aro naucu up on bus'ness political policy. mutilated, while but litfle was found of houses, stables and ships as a charm corrupt tfiegroes ovr Ihe ago of twentv-ono- , ai pieces wnue driving from Hully Hill, It is rocogn'cd that the business follows: where he had been torpedoing' some young Fowder. It was supposed Gotham against witchcraft. In Scotland, all parts of England and Wales, anil es- method which led to the recent dis- Opunoeti wells, to Franklin, with two torpedoes anu r rencn uau gone out anu sat now n ... 3.K2 ... 13.si on tho banks of the strpani to eat their pecially in Cornwall (where not only graceful failures have come into vogue J&riMs.. .."."".'.'." in his buggy. Shortly aftenvard Sdmnii .. IU.73tl was blown up while driviug lunch, leaving Fowler' op top of the on vans and omnibuses, but sometimes sjneo Republican administrations have ... 10 "OS ltfaehincLw!!! ... S.IS1 with a load of glycerine between Shaw tank to stir the conipuml While it was even on the gates of tho old jails, ) wo directed tho policy of tho Govennrent. Hoblimn. .. may find this curious trace "of anciont They have become to be regarded by 6.t:c farm and Rouscville. Jersey The explosion heating. . .. lOGTfl February 9, 1SS0, while Howard superstition. Whatever may have been, the people as the offspring of the loose ... 21.7V attracted a crowd of pumpers from ad... Zl.SK jacent wells, aud one of the lirst on the Hackett and Feeney were drivin"" in a its origin, it is certainly remarkable and dishonest political habits of the civ'ork ".'.'. .. a).uG? party. The knowledge of scene to gather up the fragmentary re- cutter near Corwin Center, with ono that it should survive both iu Britain dominaut...:ii r. ,, r .7rkt . and iu Hindostau. LoiuJon SjKcUUor. ,u: t i .v ii. i nisi liii-..... iji iriirioMi' .! ., t..ni itmu- - Total. mains was James Baruum, who later hundred pounds of glycerine, the cut1S7.13S ,.!...,,, Vi iuu a at least seven of these States the cratic cause iu the present contest. The met a Similar fate. Later, the same ter upset, exploding thostuQ: Hackett people see so little to induce them to UPgroes hold tho fato of the Republican year. Charles Palmer went with Capt- was thrown fifty feet, badly mutilated The II. 0. G. aid in promoting the interest of a class in their hands. In only Kan-aain West, one of Roberts' agents, to a and killed instantly. The horse and "Why magazine near Titusviile to get a load cutter were totally demolished. But cupv two does this railroad traveler oo-- 1 which has made its millions bv monon- - Massachusetts nml Mw.liin-.-,, ; n... !? whole seats?" oly and speculations that buve'been en- - Phlican majority such as to enable that f .glycerine. Palmer carried the stuff Feeney, strange to say, was buried in a "Because he paid for only one. Ho couraged by the Republican party: that Pafty to let the negroes go. Without from the magazine to the wagon while pile of snow and fence rails and not wouldn't when the Je colored Wet placed the caus carefully in the seriously injured. December 19, Albert at a hotel think of paying for four rooms period,the typical business men of aud ' jlSntiug vote they havo scarcely a in order to sleep in one bed, the speculators, monopolists chance in several of these box. Palmer appearing rather care- Magee was killed on the Ward Farm, -less, Westcautioned him to be more care- midway between Bradford ami Tar-por- t. but it's a different thing oa a railroad stockjobbers nillv to the support of the tatos, and yet not one of the ten sent negro delogate to the Chicago Con-an- d party under which they have flourished ful, to which Palmer laughingly replied He was heating seven cans in car. "Will some yeoman conio along and fattened, tho popular impulse is to Vcntion. In uot one of the tcnis there tho derrick at A. C. Scott's Xo. 5 well, that he would risk an explosion. As West was placing the thirteenth can in while his partners. Perry and Scott, give him his choice between contract-- I taKe tne other side. Ilns is a reason "Lgi-- m a desirable elective oflice. tho wagon an explosion occurred at were making other preparations to put mg his limits and taking a scoot through why Democratic prospects are improv- t .j xui piucu win not permit tne ing every day, in addition to a deter- "lacks to have even a nubbin out of tbn the magazine which pulverized Palmer, in the shot-- Perry's hearing was de the window?" (), no. Ever- yeoman has a whole mination on the part of the people that Hoiie crib. There is. however, ono but left the wagon and conteuts intact, stroyed and bcott s hearing impaired. the war taxes and the tariff for surplus ming the colored voters may count on scat to himself, aud is satisfied." whereupon West leaped into the wagon January 29, 18S1, Antlrew Lasher, llarrisburg are remembered in the "But he would give up one of tho and plundor must go. and in his terror lashed the horses into torpedo agent, and Joseph dishing, (Pa.) Patriot. Columbus (Ua.) Enquirer. a gallop, at which pace he drove iiiuicuuiu, oi ixmzua Junction, were scats to a woman, wouldn't he?" g "If sho was and well-- I through the streets of Titusviile to Rob- killed by the explosion of UQ pounds of Twontv years dressed he would got his hoofs off that six silver spoons rwr!,f.1Jr?t lv,eTof flour ever made of erts' residence, the packages of glycerwhich wn being other seat so fast that his back would and a silver butterago "!bitoil at a T" kuitc were tuissed public ,,,a wh,"at amI ine bouuciiig around in the wagon at warmeu . lor use. tv. iiiiinnnr f n! liars .. fair was the one made by John nn 'io louir If she was middle- - from a table in tho house of Jlrs. N. ... ni'iio- rv. .... iuuut TL,. 1.. on alarming rate, at least it was alarm- it'nrn inuifArl xue. giycerjne was in aged, only fairly Horner, of Horner's Mills, a't Union dressed and had tho Crandall at Cohoes. I Y , and susing to tho terrified citizens xvho saw "" ,n lh,:i0' , . look of a woman who wouldn't gulp picion rested upon a domestic. The ? shown aZX" ?" , Rl(, a him pass. West miraculously escaped -...., on i.s...! at pic,k.ed ul U,e ow anv tilfiy- - he'11 bo sound asleep as summer kitchen has iust been raised t , in inn a iu'i Mill unm iiiutiatu, in that time, only to meet his fate a few only visible imurv was ib i,n.ntnn .! ... r rep. for tho purpose of making repairs, and f.i- - r... - r.i.. ,t aisic uarau j wir, unu to which was awarded tho uowu ine weeks later at Reno. Tho terrible tucnead. rebruary 14, F."""" a" JIcLain suecaiuo the missing silverware has been found "'gllCSt tircmitim nf ftfti- - .lr.llo.s- - rri.. Press shock of Palmer's death decided West . uiunu io atoms Whilo n oaS uninjured in a rat's nest. 7'nu Times. roomOt liotir IS now nn, nvt.il, T;n b .1... IXiC to qtiit the business, ard one day in tho cutter between Davis' switch and ... In a scries of articles on "The si:irf ." - i.a uuiiiuriiia jcarmcr in feau ij .miuiuii uc icii ms uoiue in uuuciion, wim uu pounds aboard and Effects of Brain Overwork," Dr. WillFrancisco Saw Francisco Chronicle, Ernst Von Hesso Wartegg. the travCity to put in what he said would be on February 1, Lorenzo Gathawait was iam A. Hammond says: "I do not his last torpedo." The torpedo was blown up by an empty shell near Rix- - think that any form of "exercise is as eler, writes from Queretaro, Mex., that il,rTllC X Y" GraI"M sums up tho lowered in the well at Bcno, but failing ford. Hay 31, James Moore tried to good as walking. Horseback riding the Government of that State has erect- fnre f!rcitest summet nuisances as ed a large monument of red stone on to explode wheu the weight was open a can a knife atd?arkcr and comes next; rowing next. Chisago the spot whore 1hc Emperor Maximilian ;50ws- - "Hrst, tho base-ba- ll idiot dropped, West drew it out, Just at tv A3 oaaiy shattered HI died next ! Journal. "yells at the umpiro; scccud, th was shot oa the 19th of Juu,e,8671, White looldncr In Vy-wn- e Vm:'Evm'm7vK. tW2 n-l- Olden! NewimpaTu WoHtoli tr ... BILL-HEAD- S. VOL. XIX.-- Trfa39. O. To-da- INVITATIONS. lz 'oaT.T-- . , ETC.. EXO. f vx"x taania xjm. ' . ... ncli The Air$rd Shakers. T SCHOOL AND CIIUF.CIf. 'I'-nrt- diU-nima- in-sta- n'. 1 - ll. - . i- e, o, fr ... uesil-JCHO-Il. .!-.- .. 'Htlt-oui- , - d i - l.'cpre-Pt'nmttv- e l()nl two-vear-o- ld lleh-jral- unin-jtiret- l, u-I- n ,, tue-igjjtt- . 1 . n.KH,ie - iiJfMitMft -- -- com-busti'M- i. - y. ccrliic-rurt-i:i- i;iit Yrnr-CurI- Mis , - ietiow-townsnia- n. X i " "i-- tr n- j IV uitro-glyeer-- I liJ, 1 v riv-Ul.- s j h Ill-to- ! ! , r .." . - , ,, -- nei - - , fci-t- ex-de- j ls sli.-ll-- ilri-lii- 1 set-bad- e, $ en-tl- ax-erta'- n u.-hn- s'n-1- Ber-rid.- jer-forn.e- d. r- liuan-ciersaii- d here-tofo- - -- d ' -- "--. CTS e. - 1 six-quai- I -l, s.p. two-qua- rt es : ' ' e. d 1 - I i well-know- n p&t&tf$&istoH& ii-.- r ,Tnnr'-ifrr- n r d .,a,.vK,ancr .'a it-- 1 mtro-glycerin- a a i lnoitecHk HI im ', e) rc.iT-m-t- ten-ve- ar . o oc-urr- cd per-uasi- ve ! .! a ... -- et . u I -- I . 't-ni- i j 'lnt, r- .- -- -- J ! ,.. ! . - - ue-gro- es well-know- Pnl-yer- 's snake-worshippin- g e buck-boar- e. Will-iam'Pi- . ..-- ena-ivanl- a -- r., v Pa-"t- y s, i j o fst j plat-iorni- s. good-lookiu- I mtro-glycerin- e, -- ... ,j..u. .. . i . i i- - v- "" i ad . I s.- --- - " jt Ono of the flKl Shaker societies in this country was organized In this town ago, and at the present time its membe; are looked upon with mingled ouriojity by those not familiar with their home life. . ! ...' with 'Am,,,. .niii-n- . rsq., V ..u"o All i HI ciiiii,"'.i this county, wo quantities. late clerk of conrM-fopaid ft vUit to tho Shaker village, and b"5 gi'on a milch Nothing sho-ilcow that, so far a quality is ton orned. found ho oxpuncuce aa interesting we would be willing to cut and one The village lsfplcasantly situated drink ouwcWes. Pastures should bo upon the cast? lianlepf Shaker pond, aud .sjtjiie fields lo- k well free from weeds, brush and rank tilled, and toinjmre favorably' with grasses also from bitter herbd and dooidiious aqd evcrgrodn trees. those of anv There is no pin eon the fanp where The oldest bnildingun the village is the gaulbrct-roofstructure, leaks are more liable to occur than in church, a with green paintcjdoors and blinds, the daiiy, and thev creep in U nmv be iu the feed, through which was eredfd iaMTl).', atid is goixl tjirfflfiln its roof carelessness iu handling tlie milk, orTis for another is now eov credjjyJkjjJEjf origuial is too ofteu tho case, iu keetyhi" ccdadlf-jghSJihiejjivMIio t auwSf j If- nvaaii'.UyyjU'r--v, n m- :3Ste4ipnstirt5KxR3l!wlVirsfur 1nnco vva ahioliilolr inrin buof oars. ' Aroimii ttiiSrcBttrcIrareJ conducting a dairy farm. (MlMiertMi buildings- of the great How of milk of cows U so iety, and theother part of the the larger truly artiiicial. In a state of nature a res of At the present it owns-- . the cow gives' only the nectary lime the society n.'mbe'-- s onlv about , and gives it onlv the nee of whom are 9ixty niemlH-rs- . lime to sustain the calf Thegreal feuinh's. At times past there have been er ami longer vield ot milk i t'ie re- about ."too members, but death i been sult of better feeding, better treat uent am occasional visitor, and during the .ind longer manipulation of the lean. t years that Elder Va:u-c- . Ihe Hence, to increase the yield of milk, I present heal of the 'Oiely, ha IfCen le d and milk well. connected with it, slx.ut 100 members ITierc is no need of 'tlier'uir:ib n have passed over to the majority. The a cow's pulse to li:nl out if she is well good living and regular hab'ts en oyed r not s'liijily look at her noe. If by the Shakers are so condueire to well, it will be moist and cold, if feverlongevity that of the last fifty perous ish, drv and hot. She - like a dog iu who have died in Ibis the averthis respect. A taiing c tat or a hollow age has been scvout cars." The old eve are also points ind eating trouble, est member at present is Merrill Bailey, and as symptoms f dise-i.thev are wlio has teen eighty-fou- r .summers-- , more to le dreaded than the i'iv iio-o seventy-twof which have been nassed Amerinm I)niri(niH. i'i his present house. Hei-stl- ! well preserved and promises to retain his 'lhe proper way to do wliere that la been skimmed al di'e.ent fur several vcars longer. Old ami curious as is the tiincs Is io le ehmnc I, is lo thoroig!ilj-m- i and v it by stirring several times dm ing pra-tiof the Shakers the literal intwelve hiturs. keeping it in a te;npia terpretation of the Bible and the hv'.ng lure of sixty degrees. anl it !otld md apart of tlie sexes - there are many thing about the people that are com stand longer that that if the teni, is lower, awl less ii' the tempera- mendable. Their living is of the luM, plain and wholes nn food no pork ture is higher. We have ofteu urgel the ne e ity having bee'i eaten since 1817 -- anl of of shade ia the pasture, and bop' f.uni-er- great abundance. Their house-- , bu:ld all through the treeles West will nigs and lands are uhhIcIs of neatnesr. lose no time iu planting trees. A mint with fmgaliiv and economy every when, oue overworks, and Ikt of v arieties arc quick groweis and apparent. But no among them which will be found profitable. An ev hange there is free lo u All other communities do not sjH'aking a'nwit Ibis matter 'Ihe eagerness with which sha-l- is sought with them is not somber and long-fac- e I, but instead all have the appear by sheep and cattle in hot wed her nice of eiij..v ing their life, rider A awe I to the planting of s.,nie ought to lea tree, in each pasture. here Ihe e is ,bimelf, though jKissesinr a qu'et dig no shade at present, rapid growe s lil,e ii ity. IHug w thai oue of the pleasant tho iher maple, or any of ihe b'o.id est gentlemen we Imw ever met. Kone groving poplars, would be best. In (A the members take any part in politics, though being well rea I in the curmoist Miil, the elm is almost uneqii.-ileas n quick gruwiug shade tree. Aym rent events of the d iv. From tho 1st y of June to the 1st of October the Advocate. meetings of the society are open to the public, and there is guncrully a 3!c.iMtrfiiiciit or .Milk. good attendance of thso belonging to If the tests of noted cows we e made the "order of generation," as tho outOn the lirst Sunday known in quarts instead of poinds, the siders arc call-- I. experiments would lie more easilv mi of the public meetings jhero Is usually derstood. It may Kipposcd 'that u larger attendance tan the church e cry farmer knows how manv ouu Is can accommodate, there being a po boliof abr ad fiat the services on of milk are contained in a vallon. hut special in rtlnjgfliirtah0St01n',vf.niONisiiB!nif'wiUti' jhaxAjLX WSEf M1W Iiqiim SVTSiOJll IS I Kit :nd we mny safely assert that there aro (MC.J Lor. liosionJ'urHtu. hundreds of fanners who read of tho Starling rislicnncn. ields of cows, given as so mniiy o;i's of milk, and vet do not fe d competent The Gorman fishermen in tho Haiti.. to state what that quantity should be iu liquid measure. The "method of who subsist only from their weighing by the scales aUo mi deads as have lad a na tow escape of be ng the quantity is usually seemingly larger Man ed to death owing to an imperial law re fitly prohioiliug thau that from good da'rv cows: but Mshing during spawning time. One give the record iu quart"", and every understands the quantity at day a delegation iioa led by a gigantic lisfierman from near Pnutzic. arrived onto. of the c.own prince ir. Milk does not woigh the same under at the pala-a!l conditions. A gall-of new milk Berlin aud re piosteil an auiPonce. The pokes aian appealed to the rown should weigh eight pouuds and eight ounces, or two po inds and two ounces prince as tho protector of tho German per quart. It requires a pencil ami Fishery Union, and a iked for his in paper for the farmer to reduce a cer- terventiou. The crown prince in pf re tain number of pounds to the more of him if they had applied t the pro at Koenigsburg, who fainili'ir quarts, owing to the weignt of vincialgove.-iioa quart exceeding two pounds, aud wi'h was known to lie a most amiable man. a fraction to contend against. Aga'n, "That fellow,'' replied the spoke man skimmed milk weighs an ounce ii'O'e of the part, "can not distinguish dav Ho simply told us law is to the gallon, or eight pound, and nine from night ounces, while cream weighs only eight law. He takes his ioast meat every pounds and four ounces. Buttermilk, day and smokes his Havana cigar after however, weighs eight pounds and dinner. But when we go without h eight and a half ounce-- , and tho frac ing b it a single day we havu nothing tion in that case is a bother. Few to cat." And he w'cnt on to doscrii o. , farmers rend milk rojoids closely iu hi-- pt'oii, the coudi ion of his that sent him, saying, among when pop in Is are given, fur they do not wish too much arithmutit; in sfnip'o sjthor things, thai ihcre was growstatements, although the weight sys- ing on the pebbly shore as littem may be preferable at tii;es: but tle as there was on the tloor o tho give tho production in quarts, and priiics's room; that he was roiisidcrc greater interest will be created in tho u rich man because he wa- able to keep a cow; that tho gale prevalent on the tests, for She easier and more thororg V coast prevented thorn but too often ly undcistoMl the e , lie bet.fro ii going to mm. aud that, therefore. ter for those who make them and for :the lish were disturbed little enough, those who nro indirectly interested. etc. The crown prince promised to say The Farm, Field an I Fireside. a giMid word fortfunn, and geutl.v hinted thai the audience wa' at an end; but Wnshiiir ButU'r. his heivuleui interloeuior coolly went nn- "Yo .r imperial highness, I can not is a stago iu the churning "There lloave without some writlen promt-- e to pro-aat which it is comparative! poor folk and have that easy to remove the iiottcrnulk and all Va effect. We arescratch rely boeu able to tnoi.ev toit contains When tho buttor is yet in gether for tho long journey. Ishoiiidu't a granulated form, the churning mav dare to go back without a line or two, be stopped, aud ihe butter washed with lest tho-- e that sunt us would not becold water and brine. Advnutige is lieve I hid scpn you." The crown takou, at this stage, of tho di.lerent prince w'rote a short note, specific gravity of the several parts of caused smiled, a telggmiu.tobescnt tolvoenigs-unrg- , th whole mixture. The buttor :s orders that the men ami lighter than tK water; tho easoitie. etc. should be paye treated and fed and well is mostly heavier than the water. their return ouruey paid for. Through After agitation the butter rises to the his inton'cation the law in question was top of the water, aud tho other solid modified $ as o e.empt the fishermen matter remains mi ei! with the water, of the Kiirjan Nehrung from its strinwith a tendency to fall to the bo torn. gent provision". The lish there have By drawing o the buttermilk, or water, im spccilled spiwning time set aside for from tho bottom', the solid matter them; on the othor hand, no fishermen foreign to butter is mote or les carried in that section were allowed to starve away with it. Twoorthrco repetitions owing to tho resolute action of their of the process complete the separation, .pokesnian. Xor'h Grrman Gazelle. sufficiently at least for j radical purposes. Advantage may be takou, At a Western tea also, of the difference between the size was required who could gardcu a waiter cut of the granulated buttor aud of the solid The suaessful man used ansandwiches. matter in the buttermilk. The granu- bladcasakui'e. He cjI thoold sword slices so lated butter being of tho size ot peas, thin that he had covered the tlonr of the of wheat, or even pin luads, concert-rooor grains before he wav and smaller, will Dot pass through through the ham. As he got half his expressed holes, or, in other words, a straifer, intention of covering the lawn and that will allow the other solid matter, gravel walks of the hugh tea garden which is too small to be visible to the with the rest, the proprietor engaged naked eye, to pass through it." Jndi-nn- a him on the spot, and actually wrote" his Farmer. engagement upon what bethought was tissue a Mr. J. B. Martin, of Brooklyn, N. proved to be one paner. but which of the slices of ham Y., while strolling along a Colorado the waiter had cut Potion Post. mountainside the other day, looked up just in time to see a big wildcat jumpThe steady application to legiti, ing for him. He jumped back, ami tho mate business-- with untiring iudustry rat struck his right shoulder, fastening and economy, will give a comfortable her claws in his overcoat. He shook support,, a quiet bur oil and she rolled some ten foot, or slowly increasing conscience and a so, down the steep incline before sho age and gathering "nest eg"-- for old intirmitinc. The ould recover her feet- - Martin took to Miaslo to be rich, whether it leads the his heels up the mountain the cat after ,..m street or induces reckhim. His breath gave out veryquiekly, seeKeriiiw less dealing m business circles, is aland then ho thought of his icvolvcr. most certain to end iu disaster. It is a Tho second ball stopped tho cat and great pttythat so many will crirn this the last one killed her. Martin has only by a tmtion sworn off on strolls in that part of tho price overbalances so costly that tho the gain. .V. Y. country. ivf. Y. Sun. ' Journal ol Commerce. iiinetv-founyears -- L. r I ut - low-growin- g c 1 f'l. knnd-bavo- ti - net", h. - o The British Church Missionary Sc?" cicty's income was at the birth of the Queen $150,000, at her accession 5115.000, and is now $1,160,000. Tho brute idea ot oducation i? to break the child's will instead of educating it. When ho 'a put in possession of his will, half the problem of education is solved Education. The recent Methodist Conference-iPhiladelphia has ena.-tcthat ministers of all colored churches in Delaware and Iowa and other Northern States shall be permitted to join tho conference in which they are geographically situated. The English Wodeyan Missionary Society, whose anniversary has recently been held, reported an income of $760,000, :W I circuits. KV chapels 1ft) missionaries and usaistints, 7l,& church members, and 79.GIG Sunday, -aeaooi.prniila,. - 4, TTlMltfetmtylmntbwnnnali tho Southern Baptist Convention mef. d . . a.. qua-itity- tw-thin- ls forty-eigh- in Baltimore recently. Reports showed that 111 missionaries labored at :WS The Sunday churches and stations. Schools number 115 teachers and 1,190 pupils. The money expended was about "SIH.OK). The increase in laborers was fifty per cent. The total annual school income per year as reported for all Status aud 1 is Ss.l J2.05S; tho total expen- diture, $85,11 J, 142. stM-iet- y e e, f ce -- era-lur- e s s e -- real value of sites, buildings, and all othor school property for thiity-onStates aud eight Territories is $18,-- 1 13, 152. Educational Journ d. The rollex intlucnce of foreign mission work was aptly illustrated by a returned missionary" at the late anniversary of the Wi'sleynn Society in London. "At Colombo" he met one of thoir native ministers named who was iu the habit of coming down to the harbor on Sundays and prenehing to the sailors. One day he heard one of them say to a mate. "Well, 1 sav, JncK, this Wats me altoI thought people iu England gether. ijont out men to preach to the blacks, .but hero's a bla.-preaching to us." There fs a temperauce rov iv al at tho "Zulu mission. South Africa, which is being followed by an increased religious interest. At a eries of meetings hold for a week at Maritzburg, nearly 900 pledge lo total abstineuce were tecurod. These were English people, most of whom would not be ca'Ied drinkers. A missionary at that station adds: "But fur 90 ) English people to sign a total abstinence pledge in a town of 1O.00J or 12,0.) inhabitants, is signiticent and very eno Total estimated s. couraging." DJroil PosL Min-ila- PUXGKXT PARAGRAPHS. Hate is do pion weed o' do human mind, but love is du tlowur. AritatMito Traveler. 1 ar cliai-nt-lc- r OUSII-IISHrp- oftf rA regTirnr-oTtfdrt--:f- "Ich bin krank," said Jones who uses a little German very badly, to his better-halwho doesn't'understund tho Jnnguage at all. "To be sure," she returned, "ou'vo beeu one ever since I f, know-yous- ry Philadelphia a few days ago. It will soon bo" so that every time a game of base ball is played the Governor will have to call out the troops to protect the umpire. Our leading industries must be encouraged aud protected. tUki&tfo Timet. A baso ball umpire was mobbed in li-h- pa-se- d fa-ni- e n 1 r li-- e- 1 Little Brother (whose sister is playing cards with a geiitlomnn) "Mr. ISmiler, does Nannie play cards well?" 'Mr. Smilcr "Yes; very well, indeed." ;L. B. "f hen you had bettor look out. 'tor mamma said if she played her card well she. would catch you." Philadelphia Call. A recont scientific theory is to tho oflcctthat it is possible under certain conditions to har color. Wo aro very glad to know this, because when we ai walking around at night whon it 1. dark, and wo have new clothos on, it will be gratifying to hear the green paint that has just been put on our enslaver's front stoop. Piick. An Indian on being asked what he was doing now, answered: "Well, I hunt some, fish some, and preach some." "Where do vou preach? ' l'y on the creek bottom' "How niitch do they give you?" "'Bout fifty dollars a vear." "That's mighty poor pay. isn't it?" "Well, but it's mighty poor preach." -- "I never tip a waiter," said Bass; I prefer to keop him in expectancy as -- ne-inie- ni -- long as possible. He U all tho moru - ss attentive, because he does not know how generous I am." "But won't ho get discouraged after a while?" asked Brown. "Possibly," replied Bass, "but that's all ho will "ever get. So, you see, I'm no losor." Ponton Transc'rifl. Dear Hubby: PIeao send by fifty dollars. I want to money-orde- r get a dress. Geneviove. P. S. I had almost furgot to send my lovo. Your little wifey. G. Dear Goneviqvo: I send you my undying, best love- - Your "Charles. husband. P. S. I had almost forgot to say that I can't semi the fifty dollars. With a kiss. Charles. Chicago Tribune. 1 An old woman by the name of Gordon, in the north of Ireland, was listening to the account given in Scripture of Solomon's glory, which was read to her by a little female grandchild. When tlie little girl carao to toll of the thousand camels which formed part of the Jewish sovereign's" live stock. "What," cried the old woman, "a thousand Campbells, say ye! The Campbells are an auld clan, sure eneueh, but look an1 yo dinna see the Gordons, too." m m pie-'e.- of v.-it-h x There is no malady or sickness more severe than. Jo bo discontented. ith one's lot, illlSVctof 1 ydropho'oia i "Whut's de copperation gotter do wid my wagin?" "Got nothing to do with your wagon, but they have a right to make you pay or riding over their road." "Ain' uis er free country?" "Yes, but this is not a free road." "But de road's in de country. Whut does yer law say yer may charge." "For one horse five cents, for a horse and buggy ten cents, and for two horses and a wagon twenty cents." "Wall, desc heah ain't hosses, 'case dat's steers. De law don't say nnlhin' come 'ere," and 'bout dera. Whoa-hato the great astonishment of theigate-kecoe- r, being the old fellow drove away. among tho. r, vac-cinauf old Didn't Mention Steers. was recently established on a road leading to Little Rock, aud an old negro who came along with an ox team was much astonished when informed that he must pay. "Well, ef dis doan cap dc climax," said he. "Ain' satisaed wid chargin' folks fur ridin' on de train an' steamboat, but wanstcr charge him fur ridin' in his ownwagin." "That is the law of the corporation, Atoll-gat- e man." Jirlcaiuatv Traveler. ,g i". Ifs tb1 I JCV kj. 2&2&&$g&8&!&&&0s& '4 Tlie Hickman Courier. GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAN. Uul you Publisher. KENTUCKY. fho CWaln looke i.,i. ma.ln Tim r . "Holv :.iitn.t :.. Inn drop from?" f worn fra' tj,e bluff?, sir." tlickCIlS un tho Mr. .Talman, . .mu crack on all anchor, Ur she's go-.- ..1 employed m All. Duncan to give his n.. Course S. W. bv-ihi'ighter loss-oon the organ Davx 's little W." . MU wud uaw again. 'apprehensions were wa, -- what did vou hoard us Jessie, it must be confe-l- , , for bn)ke ;n the (,'aptain, ap po5sedof a coiiiilorahle fund of for nothing eKe but thc sat:s-- , twpiotry, which was over brought into laction of iuterrimtTno. i.lm. action by her position of belle and Only bccaue I see lu my chilJ ' Do VOU Wnnt t !.:.. - Imr?" said almo-.- t the only eltiriblo la ly in a larsre I am painting tho sky n it is;" And he softly said to himelf, nnd smiled: lie, doperatcly, of men. When the iiuimc with a shsde of annoy"It is one of earth's mysteries . ance on his countennnce. teacher took advantage of his jKxiliott rot the lily itelf wears a perfect white; Aor tho red roo an unmixed dyo; "Ao I don't wl...t. ,.n vou do? C an to carry on a llirtntion. Daw's latent There, is a light in shaflow?, and a shadow in you took. Yo'i're seaman - vou' 10 jealousy became a mania. Like illlttl t iiffht. - And black in a boy. You can't no eooic. Your stum- - another, the stalwart lover avoided the the blue of tho sky." intcks m our shirt sleeves already. object of his adoration. and fell to There are Alms ovor nature everywhere. Miats the malt-To poothe and refrvli our slirlir, Acr? llroke? hat ng his sleek and perf umeil rival, I 'on t want any r mortal vyrs were not made to bear walkin' funeral with keeping watcli of tho I attor s movo-- ! The dazlo of shadaless light. tnr! 1 want a cook. Don't want any ments and brooding mueh in secret. Our consolation and our oomplnlnt longshore lubber, rv..,. null ashore in Piqued at the neglect, IMissJcs ie found Awakjnff both smile nnd Midi: There arc human faults in the holiest 6alnt. thatcollin of a our. Don't vou see. a rather ostentatious solace in the new There is black in the blue of the sky. mc re makin' sVi. Over the rail with ' comer. The climax came one night at oii-What then? Are the skies inoood not blue. The Captain jerked this forth a dance, at which all the mill hands tho Davy. Wit'i a bound Lilies whito, nor the roos re 1? wcro present, wheir Davy, surly and like a tleer fnmi a nrcciniec. ha l.vml Shall we doubt whether over tho crystal dew oath here and there iit'thc hint ot a loAcriii'r, at last asked her to dan ce,iiititho greasy, jellow-greo- n Drops pearls on the path we tread? Wo may dwell where thore is no blur in tho 1..i.-.ualor. tun-- Keeping up an oven now 01 nnu rccoivcu an asry nnuai. lilt an ana with iu-stroke struck out for the air. verbiage. angry scowl he lrolc oit into thc dark bnrgu. No ell over earth, by and bv. But jool is ?ooJ alwavA and e'vorrwhore. Di.rcardinr tho M.icfor Daw came nijrht The men grinned. Ihe few ".Man ovorb-ardHcavo'm a line!" rhouph black may steal into blue sky. to the point with: Ycl'r, I can cook. women present lo ike pitwngly after A couple of coils of rope from tho I was a cook in We have read from the leaves of a l,m,wr camp. Will him. He wandered around, as foo'ish 1100 vor aim one irom ino inir fn near you try me?" Hook. lovers will, over sawdust piles and in him splashing dirty water i?i his face. Of One in the glory unseen, 7 '"uc't aft and pipC taitts; in tn",rtv the ad.aeent groves, muttering to tu9,1,c Ppr seraphim dare nftt brook; lie pushed them aside with anespross-ioii.5 whom the heavens arc unehxtn. lioforo minute 1," you- oakum-lieade- l son of a until the light in the dormitory of impatience. Soon ho T.ispo I !VI U,.H nooe r immortals is in over the boarding-hous- e where the of Ofn Tnith and a love so hieh thethousht rno.l'ng.rliber: l.ijvlynow." Taking that m an" CilgligcnTont he u!iiviiips nai oeeii nni, were all e- - the after fonder thethe barge ana n . an That poib?o evil aiillie them not: instant was on deck beside No Wiiok In the blue or I heir ky, dove ilo w:i tho conipm ion wav. 1 n I t inrni..!iij ntnl. tli.tti li. mj ivl.t l.i. 1..1 . . .. a. s iiiflii. A sudden bahfuiness soid liim as imvi. iMeyjMTtttm, (1 Comjwnfoa. tew moments smoke bcn 1 to iour out On roinL' into the livin. room, lie was he reiltcd the hnire he wss ctiUin, ... - ...'i 01 a 5uiu tu iiMuii-npen miii'v on thc s ioc"vOl liornlUKl to liml the nm( i. t......i 4k ' tleck Of the galley which adjofned th0 tcac'.ier on thelounge beddeMis DAVY." of misgiving somewhat ikin t. dif ..u....t !. cab:n. hen a ncrspirmir head an. with ns .irm uiMiiii nur .....: v;iisi n jhisi .:.?! h(l(ne. A rrrrii Witter skctrli. pea red. lion which up Himself had never been "Good moriiin','- - he said, in a Davy McNeil's coining was abrupt "Hi Captain' Whereajoots a allowed to take. J he yo mg man M'as strained, repressed tone, taking her and characteristic. keep the struggling for a kiss and Mi- - Jes-lc- J Hnni hand ImJiMtinHv """ Us driimin.r i We had been poundingagainst ahead " I "J O l lie answer can only be litlv re n re M'as ninkin r that (Wr of resistance nn in. wind all day, close hauled and barely sented in po:ic circMes ty a striii"- of consonant with whk-Her reiily was inaudibh. Neither holding our own, for tho Mary .Jane blanks. '1 he que't'on had arousedlin. wa to eventually result in a but confusing said much, but each lookeddeep d'wii was n fore-aaft schooner eow, havile.isant thoughts. defeat. into tlie otlier's eyes, and there they ing bows whiclj arose from the water How he struggled in ihe hot tL'ho- - spactacle Davy into a like a tloaling dock, and Mas onlv in- den to give satisfaction; h wTitle f roiuy. He made threw at the teacher, saw mutual penitence, mutual forgite-uesa rush he mutual forbearance, ind lck of tended to make hcadtva with the wind swea'e a:ul n'orke I, burning his hands staggered up just in time to catch it all a towering ami all pervading lot e ;ibeam or ovor tho shoulder. Toward an ca'd;ng hi awkward anus; how a stunning blow from his fi,t. The big propeller move oit of the nightfall the broeae died awav and the he ga- - e us foo 1, burnt and raw in turn, -"All I c n old skipper decidetl to seek anchorage M'.iieh was only a sfia 1c better than no Jessie on ben mind of noo," lie aid. "is way, the bell on the bridgethead rang, led knee, with tho white people on it started hid a run as it and wait for a slant. The oud of food at all; how in heavy weather he face of the lad in her lap, M'ith blood the began its slow swing, the targe wheel long leg of the tack brought us with the wa obliged to cook with his stomach a comin' nnd she "Ye've of dirty wioro not over a mile distant on the lea in a sta'e of d're nuitiiiv. tht smell of killed him! Ye've killed him! Leave churned up a jeat,y hilla-water, it slowly moved the river, )OW. 0.11I Jt stretCllOli awnv in Hin n1.1 ll'lff",. . ...nt cooterv commine-lo... v.w.t, my sight and don't ye ever, cevr, i;vkr and the two figures, thei fac illu. ." uiuisn 11201 01 tie north nnil oil in iking hi n deathly easick and come back! (), ye've killed him!" mined by the light of their great and oj until the grey green of the bluil's ghastly to look upon: how with. He broight Ui hooker which mcrgetl into the general eheerle-- gloom an his nausea no was compelled to sit fallen o'l'a little up to her course, had newly found happiness. stM clinging to and ea h other's hands and gaiMg intaca h which, on the northern horion, charac- out the rank smollitig and blis?erin-stoveM'.nit on: other's fa were wt-h- el by m on terized land ami ea and skv alike To holding thc poN and kettles t?, "l thowt it war all ower uT me. an' the hookeres a bend in Virerhid until tlie southM'artl commenced bate, cla them on an oven keel as ea-l- i s,.a 1 felt queer in my insid s. and hot and them from view. Hirs, cappotl with grocn and extending s!ru:k the mv; how his attemp's Ij weak lik and I wa ashamed of havThus Davy left us as sudibnlra he into a tine, purpV mi-- t, until thei? wait on fie la'de tvt fre pientlv re- ing hit a felier so nneh m.il!er 41uih came. Ctrtnc A. rcbslti tti Thc , eaeli creted with ragged edge-opa'ine sulted in so ip baths and ignominy; how me " Current. light and standing in relief against its he stood up under thc Captain's "dis He paused again. succeeding neighbor, melted into the and our jeers, all forms a simple Hut Jessie said go an I I minded. 1 Plain Speech Wanted, royal glow which illuminate the whole record of heroism beide M'hich deeds tramped all night in fie wooil and on southern horizon. '1 he red, angry mi-- i of talor on tlm battleiiehl Mould sink the shore, an' when I see the schooner "Over certification" and "rthypoth-ecation- " like a big bloodshot eve wa lyiii"-- close in o indgni ii'anec. are pretty long M'orls. One I pa Idled out to yon. Jessie's crv has to the water ami rapidly dipping0 We no ici I one peculiarity: in port bin ringin' in my beil ever since, means It ing and the other means stealhen we are told that tto recent At length the anticipated ordercomes; he stayed below, out of sight and was chasing sleopaway. I ean't stand it ing. topsail- - are clewed up, the jib topsail, maiiife tly uneasy when stranger came any more. I'm going up to tne irill trou'de in business in New Tork are attributable to these trying jib, jib and ?Uy sail halliards are aboard. Outsidi it was not so. and it Ur morrow an' g,ve myself u,. g let go with much coufu-ioveined that he always breathed easier m' be a relief rest to what ca'is's, we are really told tint lying amid and stealiug are at tlie bottoii of the duliverotl orders from the w.kmi as outu-arbound we cast oil' the I've brne" We made Duncan's pier about tea didicultx. The whole disturbance is a ji..uu, uiu sans come raining down tne the stajewiUi a noi-- ; like a burglars alarm, " That cus has did something. He's o'c'ock the nevt niornin. As so in as sharp lesson in the value of hoirtstr. All Uio foresail and mainsail are tnken in skif king." said ltUck, one day. trausa tioiis rest Be the M'e got out our line. Dairy appeared ou dock, white as new du Tk. The man assumption of honesty between man wore slowly, the anchor is let o. the Hut tins Season was fat M'carin hnin grates and roars in thc Hawse-holaway and mt'.iingof a startling niturc M'ho nude oar hawser .fast hailed him and man. If it were not that unBaarily people lell ei-- h other the tnitk, tlie-- e tho nm'nsail peak is hauled up a had traisjiiro I. Davy, tho.igh ho M'as st on 'p' trille.the little schooner steadies called "s'evvart"' linally ac piirwl "Hello, old man' Miiere in thunder co.ild be nothing made by hin,(. The f like a drunken man grasps a his sea legs and hiolor became better, have yo bojn all this time? The 1ms stock in trnde of the liar'is tnithfidnc-.obair, she wings around with her no-- e but his spirits dM not improve. He has got your wages for you ami your of other jwople Itusine-- -. can to a standstill in New York the other dav to the wind, Mhieh hat about dieil oat, !i mimed tvitJi no one. A man miht duds are up to my houe." for the simple reason that tin- ipuh f ami all hands turn to to make things b ii le'a', imlee.l, who under such "I he dead.' Did be die? c'r-iuconmlencegateixit. IVoph- re.iof t) for the night. tance; doej not bear his share "Who dead?" oetieve cacti other ami the macrjLcr All hands at that time include I but of t'.:e burden of w irking off the tedium "That lad I ki -- struck." lonr souls.t'aptainTousley, the skipper, of a cilm or hc!p while atvay tho loag lr k- d .mat "Dead tiawthin'! Whv. he's left of trade and eomiii'-n'Mr. Tatman, the mate, and two of a watch witTiafily told yarn"! long ago. Didn't think e laid 'em out, 011 e. f We cannot get along mile TpTie the miM. The cook, usnnllvdi.r. lint hi gloom and dcpfludeicy became did yo '" liificdand llatterwl by the appellaliou -- eUletl: ne'ther thc mora joe.s nor th- Daw staggered in his blind joy Tlie decide I ma'oritx of us tell the and deal fairh. The troubli- ha "C"eil of "stewart," had been sent ashore all delicate attcn'tns seme.l to man 011 ne pier laughed. me last port with docked pav and a arouse him. "Well, now." he M'out on a the that so many peuple hate thought it if t!icy imprecatiOiis.M'hich liad left him "S.iy. s'ew irt. m!io are you hhling hookor. Hearing th- dock, enabled him would not make any limp auI spiritless. Captain Touslev from a ked i k, one day, in a to clamber aoanl. "ton did hit him went over on to the other side jiirt loig had caught him in his bunk one mornbeautiful. He carried a four f hvi I enough to make something, as the tone. The whole pirit of bui- Daw loo'.cd at him .Nto Avonl M'as on him so ne time (5ues it did 'en w,'re with the dirty breakfast dishes ing ' neatly, packed in the dMi pau and all -- iivuj. i in-- wire u, irawover, ot a good, ceptin his hxdes. "Ibit -- " and lies, since the industrial reviral that stowed away in a locker. des,)T;i e man brought , to bar was in the juiir went below, 'hen the mill set in h'hmiI 1S7JI, has been one of "Gitforr'ud, you cuscdfool." roared fiat look. Hick t d ooin""him and hand emerged he M'as enjoined to gamble and scramble. 'The leson of the irato skipper, as be taggurod up the appearing very f lolish." At'length he se resy as to Davy's whereabouts, as 187.1 counted for nothing whatever. , oompanion-wnvan- d with a mighty oath pa- ed beloM-- and as he nvived oft he did not choose lo fa"e the gang Tlie stock watering, xvhich M'as to be the cars of that trouble, lou-c- d stick, feeling he was called upon to say again after making such a sp dayeu? the mc overboard. The d cook following got on deck in comothing, sing out: "Oome, Stewart, himself. The other hands being at M'as eniere I upon again as iprfckh as Among the work some distance away made his re- opportunity oceurriHl. time to receive a continuation of the in- doi't go o l'liiad" AftTtha' th"re was no more tri.lin-M'it- tirement possible. He arranged with solil investment nnipertics of Wall vective which was a work of art in its whieh thc tradors say his friend to have his chattels ami Street Da'3'"s spc o. way, as he gave the d:ucd young man are "better than governments" are A Title later, while we were taking wa'e sent to Chicago, and later it wa-4he benefit of the accumulated adject stocks that since 1S7: ha been watetel ivo of a lifetime. And so we were in a cargo of oats at .Milwaukee, a vaguely given out a tli3 mill that hi as much as 10) per cent., so that the rats :ished a ooor, M'as trimming grain in that citj uiniberof mnn Mho in 187 had 1(W shares has to- never homeless ilo in'o the riter. It sw:i-i- i alter .Jessie. Had ho lie Captain Tousley, M'ho had spent a shares. He only holds the Jong lifetime on salt M'ater, after sev- in a litte circle, looking up with nnte, nerved up to do sj, he would have,!:l3 pie i ling eyes, and piteous yelp for heard that xvhich would hax'e sent him same iraciiou 01 me propeny nsupioro, eral inelectiial attempts to wean him him-exv rites but doxvn txvice as self" had finally ictired from active help. Its a saPaMN dropped bri ks on ashore with a bound, totally oblivious rich ho ho xvas, as and demands that 1. aid one got a sharn sti k m to hi- - former conira les' jeers. So he i its fcorvioc onlv bv nuttinr a tlmns'in.l his great tiain, bcliex'ing himself "operating epenes" lie so reduced . ' thus speed nur-c- d miles between himself anil the sea he ''ari ,l !lvalll "" "a", b?crVc(l b o:,r xvholly disgraced iu her sight, and xve that his income shall conform to his loved so mcII. For months he do ible riches, for his stojk is only sailed axvay late that night, xvith a Mith much misapplied lnxurv in oneof'CO ,r:'l u'11? u',:l' n, lhm,!Nt ' about par. h" ,,r,,t'11 n,,'n ktiot brce.e blotving us merrily r '" Chicago's big. bustling hotels, ptizzli- nHut the stock xvaloring is only one c Ut tc 1. He made a line fast to a .ami rnniiiwr fi. Aut'imn xvith its usual complement ex'idenee of tlie los- - of sobriety. Look of the clerks bv a lmpeless endeavor to t',U' " ",,Pl1 "' rote the other on I unbereJ 011L and of gale- - xvas almost upon us before any- at the "blind pool" that Villanl oper reconcile his nautical habits to hotel IZl"' the dripping animal after him. thing out of the usual lino happened. atcd, at the greed to get into thc sccrui life. I he xve xx'cre picked up, and lietitious contracts that Ward preEarly one , One day ho accommodated a uewly- - amu-c.- hoodlums gathered around, highlx as usual, morning and at de'aleation just outside the oris by a tended to eont-o- l, l )ne"tall armancc. at the jier made, Ves-e- l owning friend with a few tug. and xvere xvhic'i run up into the millions. Think man indolently grabbcl the to squatty, soot colore hundred dollars, ami a little later, to of a mnn of large property, on a ."1,-l0- 0 being save himself, Mas obliged to bid in the t'irotv him back. Iu an instant Daw's better towel upas that noisnm canal, salary, xvith an inheritance of many known the Chicago River, throat, e Mary Jane at a forced sale. This en- lingersh clut -I18 I his river, and in tvh'ch just then xvas stirred by heavy millions staring him in the face, going txain the choking and tanglement was thc oc asion of mueh down to Wall -- treet and gambling away traffic, where tve fouled xxith a big o hollow bluster, but it really aOorded struggling lo keep from takingln as propeller, causing a temporary other people's inonex for thc sake of much xva'er as seemed inevitable, him an unconfessed Kitisfaciion, inas i blockade. Our tug, of a sudden, backud making some for himself xvhere he al. avy git a shower of bricks, in much as it offered a compromise be and tion the man's companion-- , Ju-- dragged us athxvart the stream. ready had too muchis! to liaxe common ttvecn duty an I inclination; he could What xx'c xvant brui-e- . t astern came an steam but uhen he stepped escape the dreary hotel, tread a deck, and a few Thc leadorship of honc'ty lumber a'oadi Hick re.nnrkcd that he was to the barge. add'ng itsb ilky prosenco busine's common. guidance of "enterbe master of his own hooker, aud still and the everincrcasiagtangloof steamers li a bad sort of cms, after all," "not carry out his uualterable design of re- xt hi h prise" has been entrusted to raoals, was about the verdict of the re-- t and schooners, tugs and barge. tirement; for who could claim That lake High upon her sides dripping xvatcr and, sad to iciatc, their following has . of navigation worthy of the name? It is time for t e He contin'ied to grow thinner and glinted in thc morning sun, for there been very large. . Then there ttas the mate M'ho looked beevne haggard from loss of sleep. xx'as quite a sea outside and she xvas moral tide to turn. Spell rehypotheupon "the old man" as unuece-saril- v cate tvit'i live letters; get a little more He leu-tilo trick, an i, deep and heax'y. "navy" in his notions. In fact, Captain a'though entitled steerhishisnights below, Her cabin xvas aft the smoke-stac'tone'" set into our prisons: and cease to Tousley was irritated at thc shiftless frequently relict ed one of , becau-e- , of the and not particularly attractix'c, as these to admire as the great sue cs-and distinclionless habits of the lake a he said, he coddn't slep, and he boats do not engage iu passengortraflie, day thOiC men xvho began by stealing marine, and attempted a reformation, might as well miVp good ii5e"of his the pace fortx'ard being occupied by a and have built their fortunes 00 thell accomplishing little besides makin" wakefulnc-s- . as a foundation. We xx'ant new modeck load of lumber. enemies and driving away good men in del, new morals, plain speech, and the "IJos'i, but she's carrying a On ouc of thee occasions, as he took bis cllort to "teach" the the xvheel from me, lingered stewardess!" exclaimed Hick, same law for a man xvho steals 3 raillittle xvho longshore lubbers the science of naviga- xvhi!c before turning in, feeling there could sight a lady's ribbon further road or a bank as for the man xvho tion." steals a puir of shoe- - or a loaf of.bread. tva; omething he to ay; not than a distress signal. His admiring burst called attention When exery thing was made snug all that he intiinateJ such a Uarljord Conn.) CouraiU. but turned in except Hick, xvho xvas stand- the-- e xx'as a m's'e.-ioi- i' something to a female figure leaning against a ing iv.ic.hor xvatch. Taking a blanket xvhich indicated a crisis at hand. He stanchion on the promenade deck. She About 3Ir. Gould. Jic curled up under tho lea of the.mil had been unusually restless all day. and xxms cla I iu black, relieved by a dadi A Chi ago paper says thatiln Jay forward and slept during the niht I thought it xvas because xxc xvere'mak-in- g of red here and there, xvith dusky hair with intermittent wakings, in xvhiciriie for a pier but a fexv miles from the and eye. Her cheeks but for thepallor Gould lost .$2,000,00.) in the Hurry. A Clex'e'and paper saxs his loses are reported below the state of thc xveathcr. point xvhere he xvould his mxstorious of late qualm- - of It remained a dead calm. Just as it advent among us. made haye dimmed her rosy ribbons. Her fully .2,.VX,00J. A Huffalo paper ays he cried xvhen hair shoxx'ed xvas getting grax in the east, he dropped It xvas one of peaceful tomed travel, the neglect of unaccusand a cinder in her eve he figured up and found himself off for his last nap. When he axx'oke nights, soothing those serenely mind v''! ' the sun had jtut peeped abox'o tho alike. The stars, to body and xvith a kept a handkerchief to that organ, dis- 0J0.0O0 short. "above A Toledo paper says In misty xvall of green and go!d into which calm steadfastness, shone playing a pretty though not over-clea-n and the xvatcr xvas hand. In spite of cinder, disordered smiled" when informed that he "merclv the bluffs had been transformed, and slightly ru Red by had lost balsami" tinted the fexv sails to tho xvcstxvard, brece xvhich blew the xxarm The can- hair aud dress, there xvas something ."53,500,000. A Cincinnati paper says he sat making them like Hecks of gold leaf in vas xva, all drawbaroft land. no sound attractive in her appearance, as she xxcll, and stood and gdzed tt ith a xvistf ul, troubled the edge of his chair and bit his fingerthc soft, violet hae. xtas hex d the lap of the xvatcrs , "Good niornin'." under the bows. Astern the oily xx'akc expression oT into thc smoky, yellow nails tvhen informed that his shrinke ha.e that huns ox'cr of the xvould figure up "51,000,030. Rick jumped as if struck by a rope's stretched out b the mellow darkness, citv. I don't think thc rots a man A Detroit paper says that he lanccd there xva; end. Sitting on the rail xvas h. x'ery sending back the reflection of the stars jOO.00) and ob aboard but felt a vague desire to help ' at the figures--$- 1, Hercules in repose. Tall, t, xvith brilliancy. aud protect her from the trouble fore- serveu inai. me ooys seemed to be light hair and complexion, a tawny 'Do 0U think" hn heiran. chokinm- casted in her face. haxing fun at his expense. beard and great serious, blue eye's in back a jioUc, half sob, half groai, "do A Milwaukee paper saj-- Mt Gould "She ain't the stewardess, nuther,', which brooding trouble lurkeu. His ou think I cud kill a mon xvi' a blow said Kick, xvho betxveen the execution can drop another .f.i.i 01.030 clothes had been torn bv briars and not fra' that fest ?" an,i looked at the of orders found time for a second feel too poor to buy street-ca- r fall of burrs and " tickets. He member held in the he reflection of the An Omaha paper'savs that .Mr Gould had beendraxx-indiagrams tn the films binnacle light, b-- sorrowful, specula scrutiny. lost SIS.OOVKX) inside of Just then rav,r"s'ick his bend 01 nexv mat lay 0:1 neck, m an abscnt-m'ndc- d ho added, through the companiouwav and threty hours, and that it took two mauuer xvith a tanned and "tho Kinu ot waj-- "Kf-e- f,' mon xver'nt ower strong ?" He ' to save his life. a pan of sincxyy hand, on xvbick veins stood her stiddv " any! There arc several bick counts tn looked around to see if there out like strands of rope yam. Davy corrected the of the lady passengers in sight, for ho yet hear from yet, and, if Mr. GoulJ has "How began Hick, but his hooker xvhich, owin-- r course emotion, sensitix'e about his effeminate occupa- - i anythingleft iafter the reports his to ill voice was smothered in a roar from the had . :.. u :n ui.. : yaxvncd a trifle." tion in, nu win luuuaujv jinu-- i u in Western , shipper, xvho had at that moniet; stuck Then by degrees and xvith much Yes, there a lady in sight. His Uffion. Wall Street 2?ew$. , his head up thc companion xxt . labored effort he told history, to xvhich look broadened into an astonished, in"Lay aft, and pipe all hands on deck! the not altogether reassuring question credulous gaze. Rattle-bang- , The White Pino (Cal.) Xem ec. xvent tho Why didn't you call rae sooner? dish-paa preface. out of his clutches, glancing ingly remarks as folloxvs: "Allthe ohl four-knbreeze J' Here's a He had been foreman in a sawmill of from thc rail and saucily bobbing offon bull teams in the county are bein" and xvc vc got our in. a .countryman of ir,3 xvhich xvas at thc the miniature xvaxes "of the river. turned into beef thi- - spring. The meal Come, noxv, stir yourself!" xvc xvere aow looks well, but it taxes a terribb lot of Tousley, xvho Ho had Then lie espied Wavy, xvho had arisen piers doing xve'l, bouna for. he xvent Captain tho carrying could have axvay of ox'cry jatv power to reduce it to strallQyin,r he said, unlil aud xvm approaching. to board with bla ,, employer, There he stitsh of cauvag on tho hooker with fineness," : An nrti-- t one day at his ons! stood. Awl sketched with free, Tho olJ,of the meadow, tho groon of tho wood, And the iurplo and pray of the sea. A child lookod over, a little vrav hack, And quostioiwd ihe artM: "Why Do you mix with yourcolow a touch of black, W hen 3011 paint the blue In tho sky?" question arising l0 thc manner of hi, eom THE HE IS IiLAGK IX THE BLUE What ilul ""'oil, what ,i . .?' come' aboard for?" ' ' OF THE SKY. "I want be nln,rv. ". rd over tho 1 ;rr - a Sl""' nluniilv "o"" 01 checked tho boh-H- r ; 1 .,.? "'et met and loved Je?s!o Duncan, the black eyed daughter of the mill owner. Davy did not rave over the strength of his passion. A few simple words told as effectually how completoly it had taken ossession ot htm. It fastened to him iko "llc,h sickness," as ho termed L T,!e. i trvlnfr feature was Hint. he could not find out whether it was re turned or not, and whon a traveling music teacher came along with tho cheap fopperies 01 his rlas, aim was s W.a 'I wi,!," "$". ,n aroel. , j I r , " equanimity, roared like a FAR3I A.1D FIRESIDE. sight of the escaping dfch-pa- maniacs thn n is noiso attracted tho Oxalic ncid will remove potato of the fair imsaenror. -a- "iw,.on Ar. Y. JcraJd. abreast ataios from tho hands. nnd not over a l.u:t,V7"'"" , Turkeys suffer much from hot distant Her glance at once turnn.l Lot them have plenty of weather. ??? ,,ft and her countcnai -Miiiiuiiii nr M'titer. markable change. Wheat bran fed to cows produces a iinminrfcd witi7 joy. InWn I'SSg? good How of milk, but does not make bowililennoiit and Vrtirte Fanner. ,?llfne1 buttor. c:l h oilier in ranl.l ' 6in V'!3 In summer, when meat comes from tinu j Davy stood mo!ir,l,. ...,,. the butcher ami is not to be used tho turn showed attu i, her Cbi,n samo day, it should be washed over bnt roeoiorlni. -- rasnod tin i i with vinegar, which prevents it from ''fo"' to'. leaned tar uiifovor the Wii?"!. turning. gemuro of iinuttera'jlo temlorniri Fruit Jumbles: One cttp of butter, stretched forth both arms Z!!'. tL two cups sigar, three and a half cups tho flour, half cup stvoet milk, three hi" Seoichmm, eggs, "Comei" half nutmeg grated, three We hear it for the svvsh of baking powder, on- - cup of Currants; bake in a broad, shallow tin and cut in enping ?team, the clangor of the bricks of whistles but bJsaml squares while warm. They are deli.... IX hor liui cious. Jlosfon fHohr. tl'M-llllli 1111 ). ;.,..,.:.... - s.. eomnrehemlnd il.. It will surprise JesMe Duncan follnwfn.;., lis. ... .: poultry grower to learn that the comand coming to overhaul tl.rt mon hatt k is regard d as a vauable had sent adrift, with i. vl He de troys one hundred Held o nnil ,'in bird. giyonoss -- "doiug the Evangelic act," mice for every ehickn, an if then? is sad Kick, who reads potry Sim lays n fair aiiount of shruSbert around the who m e are ing on the market. few chicken's will be lost licnyard, The look, the gesturo was from his depredations. for . HER SECRET TROUBLES. Tho Unknown Trials XVhIch a "Woman Undared Without Complaint-W- hy They Vanished froar the closs of one of tho most trying of tho fexv hot days of tho present yeir a palo, care-wor- n woman might have boen aeon ixt tho XTlndow ot hor dxrelling apparently in a condition of comploto exhaustion, ller efforts to meet the accumulated duties of her household had been great but unsuccessful, while tho care of askkchild, whose wails could even then be heard, xvas added to her othorwise overwhelming trotit lea. Kature bad dono much for her nUd in her youthful days sho had been not onlv beautiful but the possessor ot health such as is seldom sen. Uut home and family duties nnd the depressing cares xvhich too often nccompanv them had sSiEDT f(2 has met with apillon Catarrh Cure; it r?.5?53 doea Its duty thoroughly-- not neTtar ?2r relieving temporarily but by cur- fc doa3 l.niIiiiP.!,rmaneaUy ot smart or Nh " ct"h gU Vital Questions!! . Ask the most eminent physicLin Of any school, "what Is tho host thing hi 4ho world for Quieting and allaying all Irritation of the nerves and curing all forms of nemm3 complaints, giving natural, childlike refreshing sleep alxvays? And they "will tell you unhesitating "Some form of IIopsP ' CHAPTER I. Ak any or all of the most eminent fjBto ' bof Jon&-- Lo we lovc-lM- it . J-- co-ddu- ll-r- k 1 ,"':. -- . 1 1 1 tr l hot-blood- lSird's-XesM'ell-ilavore- , u ! 1 nnoM-fashione- d " ! -- liim-sel- f, n - K -- .f... '..i, Jcs-iie- it-- r i 1 Jc'o ig ,ui. i iu..j " ' " & - sclf-resiM- s, 1 apples enough to till jour pudding dish and remove the cores with an apple co.er. Steam them till tender. Take for a custard three eggs and milk enough to nearly cover the apples. Stveeten to taste, and add a little salt and grated nutmeg. Hake till the custard sets. The Household. When you arc tired of plain boiled or fried eggs try this way of sewing them for breakfast: Hotter a pic plate and cover the bottom with line hreal enrnbs, then break enough egrs for our family, and drop tin 111 on the them of 1tc, an coversprinklewit'i a later salt crumbs; pepper aud over thin, and put s me little lumps of Hake in h quick oven butter oto-it- . for live minutes. (' 70 Jonrint. Custard made in this way Is delicious for the tilling of a later cake. Heat a eoTee cup olsftti't milk in a bright liu basin, beat one egg cry light nnd beat with it until smooth one heaping teapoonful of Hour, add sugar to siit the when thc milk is hot, d 1 ta-t- e; Tudding- - Tare nice, 1 s'ir the to k I 11 , o J jer-feetl- y s , k'-e- te 1 Hour, eggs, etc , into it. it will jtAciCAcur, thicken in a vorx few minutes. Take it IlcadacIiP, Tootharlie, from the lire ami flavor nilh lemon if SGRE THROAT, ton choose, blane'i some almond-- , cut QCINJV, SWELLING'S, them iu three or four piece- - and stir RVHA1SP, into the custard- .- Exchttwje. Soreness, Cats,U!rul(a, - It is a good plan to vary the manntOTBITES, r.rnxs, fiCAuis, ner in which you tlavor the roast of AnJ fl o'lr lodlly athis beef; this can bo done by stpiec.ing the n paint. juice of half a lemon over it and FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. putting the other half inside the roas'. Pol by all Jirnsjr'Mi ami T ncr LMnxliooa In 11 Another wav is to put half of a carrot, one small onion, aud a little parsley in TUe tharlM A. Yo?nJ" Co. thc dripping pan, and lay the roast over A VOGKlXa it. Do not be led by any bad advisor Balhaior: Mi.tf.B.A. to put one drop of water into your CoumkkCixL travelers should be vory dripping pan until ou hate tried the 0 S?S 6 They are experiment of roasting beef in this sunosf ful in business. Transcript. uerr embarrassed. BottoiK Mat. It makes a striking differen e InrrealnR' In frequency and Danger CUP.K OP KIIKL'MATISST. in the Uavor of the meat A'. Y. to. AX'liat Can be Done to Stop the I'rojtrest health-restorin- g 1 gi-- at 1 proven greater than her splendid strength nnd she relt at that moment not only that life xtas a burden but tha' death would be a grand relief, llm is no iminunl experience. It b, in fac a most c miion everyday occurrence, nnd a gieat prayer is constantly rtscondin t rom thou-taIs ofhoaiei for deliverance from thi deadly power xt hieh is enslaving go maey wives, mothers and daughters. And yet lheeduies or Hfo must be met. No xtoinnn can afford to turn asido from the proper aw "I her home and the o les who ar.' committed to her care, although in doing thesedutlos he may sacrifice Ler onltb, and possibly life itoelf. The experience of one who successfully overcame such tnaN and yet retained health and all the blessings It brings Is thus told by Iter. Willlan Wats b, Presiding Eldr of thi Mo!hodnt-B:iieopChurch, residing at Wutertown, N. Y. lie saidt "ily xvlfe became completely run doxvn through overxork and cxre of n sicx m?m-be- r of our household, and I ontertalned serious apprehensions as to her fuiuro. Sbo xas languid, pale, utterly exhausted, without appetite, and In a complete state of physical decline. Ami yet sh- - dd nof, COuWnot negl:rt hor duties. 1 have soon her about the house, trying cotiragouxly to earn for th ono she 1ovmI h"n I could tell, from the lines unoii ber faoi hn much sbe was suffering. At times she would rally for a day or txvo and then fall back ln'o the stn'o of nervous exhaus'i u she felt before. Her head pained her frequently, her Ikh1 xtas becoming boxvedby pain nud nil hope or enjoyment in life seemed deported. Wl at to do xve r nli not tell. I resolved, however, to bring Lack her life and vitality If possible and o this end began to treat her myself. Tjmy great reliet her systeii has b- - en tone up, btrong h nr recoveredrestored, her health complete. lxr and hilly by the use of Warnor'a Ti pecanoe, x hich I regar l ns tlie greatest tonic, invigorator and stormch rrmedy that has ever b en discovered. I was ld to use It the more readily as I had tested the properties of Warner'a Hafe Cure in my oxvn person and I therefore know that any remedy Jlr. Warnor might proluce would to a vnlu.ib e on". I bavevince recommenie both Wtrn-ei'- s Tippecanoe and Waii-r'- s Rafe Cue to ninny of inx friends ami I know severnl D 'ctors of DiTin.ty as xxcll as numerous laymen who aro Loth xvith benefit." If all the overworked and du'y dnvn women of Anwr.ra cou'd know of the experience abve ii h. nb-d- , nnl aci upon the same, there ran l" li.tlo doubt fiat mu'h of the paiu, ami raojt of the d presiii i of life miclit lie avoided. SSueh truths are too to remain unknoxx iu 1 1 " What fa tho best and only remedy tha-can be relied ou to euro all dbonscs of the kidneys and urinary organs; such as Bright'a Courier. disease, diabetes, retention or inability to " Mother Swan's "Worm Bvrup," for fev retain xirlne, anil all the diseases and 25o peculiar to "Women" ,i " Vnd they will tell you explicitly and Banks and base-harhi, .iirr in ..i- - emphatically " Buchu." fowdnws for runs. Oil CUg Derrick. " Ask tho same plrvsiclans "Wliat s tlie most reliablo and pnres IiCHi.vo, Wind or bleeding Filos, acute or chronic, are cured by Panfllon Skin cure for all iiver diseases or dyspoiwin, indigestion, bilioiisnoss, malaria, CUre, in a few days. fever, ainio, Ac., and they will tell you: or Dandelion 1" aro the of suciety. Arkansa w Traveller. Hence, xvben tlieee remedies are combined t y !10 desIres fnrthn: information than can be given in the limited pub-l. JPr !;ii esnepor colnmns can obtain MTt ?.u . I lnknam's pamphlet "Guide ndlnSa btamp t0 LynD' Mws ilF.voftho hour Day laborers. TJocJfc-lan- d phy-Elcfe- ns: ail-men-ts m lt Gosstr-MoNOBR- s rag-pioka- Quick, complete cure.all annoying Kidney and Urinary Diseases, 1. "Bueha-iwlba.- " xvith others equally Thr Western man objects to a rise ia real osto'o xvben It is caused Ly a cyclone. Sklnnr Men. "Wells' Health Renewer" restore health and vigor, cures Dyspopsia.Sl. Off, for the summer Flannels. Burlington Free l'ress. "Rouyh on Coughs," ISc., at Dnngtots. Complete cure Cough, lloarjenoas, Sore Throat. Glenn's Sulphur 5o:p complexion. Perawn"ntly I wa utilise Tbini, Ladies ! IlUPa hair aud whisker dyo, bi ceoU. "Jtrragh on Conn.'' 15'. Ask for it. Con plefo eure.hard or sof coriis,warts,bunions. clubs ditrer In their Basks antl base-lm- ll fondness for runs Ud City Derrick. THE GREAT GERMAN . . alu.ible And eompoundexi into Hop Bitters, such a wondurtul and mysterious curalivo power !: developed which is so varied in its operations tliat no lUsease or ill health can possibly exwt or rL-.-t its power, ami yotdt is Ilarulless for tlie most frail xxonian, invsHd or smallest child to use. aiAPTBn ii. Aliaest dead or amity "Ijtas" For years, and gixen up by itliysicianx ot Bright's and other kidney diseases, liver rotnplakits, severe coughs called consumption, have been cured. Women gono nearly crazy 1 From agony of neuralgia, nervousness, wakefulness and various diseases peculiar to women. l'eojile draxvn out of slmpe from excruciating pangs ot rheumatism, Innamuiatory and chroide, or suffering from scrofula! an In fart aim mi ill Miiur in u .r- i t rut Err'!:' 1kvI potvnlnc dripepsla, lmilrejtlon. blr rVum 1 - as- - a fra. I . liSsKfafi1 & tr esesgn !' Tts and cnn I: imi:raATis3i, wa P REFflEDY G K. . i:& r l bt; iyuud Jio t ri n it. II r j P'Trr proof of 4 id.aUK wWrh can rid n rt SBaSk x VT Neuralgia, mmmim THE SURE CURE KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, CONSTIPATION, PILES, 1 rPHYSiGIAHS ENDORSE IT Kjduey-Wor- AND BLOOD DISEASES. HEARTILY 3 1 fiii CO 1 Rtd'.itlun of Cri. nee-sjut- ie, Oib-oetin- loug-oiuHl- iiig n. col-lomia- 1 bu-ine- ss e, her-tsul- o .'t 1 s - u - - - ' hosi-so- f The old practice of rotation of crops ,xx as based upon t'xe natural iieoessities of the soil. 'ITie more xve know of it the more we appreciate these a 'il, notwithstanding that we hax'e .made great progress in th ; science aid of fertUUing. xet this alone ;ba- - not enabled us to overcmie them. f.'or, although we may knoxv xvith grat xvhat the soil contains, and 'txhat thc sp cial crops way need, and l 'an, if we wish, give to the "soil a great Jibuudance of everx needed element, itet xve tind that our crops, too fre-- ! lently repeated, become diseased, and are so pivx"d upon by parasites as ,to fail and dwindle and prish. What i the l.icbig, a thoughtful and studious Int eaut'ous had the belief that plants threw out from ici rea-01- 1? inxc-tigat- or, -. 1 - Itlieir ro'.t-som- e excrement iiious mat- bur-den- of - ditlV-rcm-- 1 batT-toring 11 1 l"g -- - stip-jMe- d shock-haule- to-d- a s fchort-hande- d. rf ' j lf ld I '""' "' 1 "d xvest-xvar- si. d. ..i'' fe'? d-- g 1 an-oth- Huf-fal- cone-ipi'ti-e- cast-shor- e, s 11 -- ed k u-- es -- good-lookin- tr well-mea- nt 1 -- xvi-h- ed -- de-ir- e, sea-sickne- ss -- xvell-buil- two-fol- d h - s aux;-.ve- rc "stick-tight."- g te ;. ! phx-sicia- th...r ..." dish-xx-atc- r. "a-ce- the" ot xx-- J in the form of pests xvhich consumed them bodily, and others xvhich mysteriously invaded their internal organization and producd xx'hat xx'c termini descended Myriads of insc-Hupon the crop, and numerous disorders blighted and withered them; and thee are precisely the diflicultios xve are now called upon to meet and oor-comIt is a great advantage to the to farmer or dairyman or confine him-eto some special crops, xvithout being obliged lo report to a rotation of other crops xvhii. are not suitable to his speeal circumstances, and xvhich disturb his mo-- t prolitable business. For instance, the dairyman fH?d one cow on a linds he can y single acre of ground if ho can grotv rxe and corn fodder alternately xvith success, and he can grow sufficiently large crops to supply all the coarse fodder xvith such prolit a xvi enable him to purchase the gr liu food xvhich lie cannot grow so cheaply as it can bo "Toxvn in other localities xvhere tiie soil is better adapted for grain growing. Jut after a few years lie finds these crops become affected xvith parasitic disturb his diseases xvhich soriou-l- y and upset his business arrangements. Why is this? he asks in surprise. Is thc theory of Uobig in regard to thc.injury of the soil by matter thrown off by thc roots of plants, after all, a true one? And is, after all, a certain rotation of If so, crops absolutely necessary? then special cultures must be undertaken xvith a certain amount of caution, put his xvhole farm and ouc under any single crop for any useful length of time This difficulty has occurred to us after several years' continuous groxvth of rye and corn, s ter xvhich poisoned the soil, so far as thec same plants xvere concerned, but f "A REPORT FROM HOWE." which provided acceptable nutriment Last winter I was afflicted by a carbuncle, followed for others of a different character, and by several b.ll on the back of mj necl:. I tried ioqj kidney and bladder remcdl". sad ly keoplng the tnaaned narU satnrated '.thereupon he d his explanation of replaints, as well as those diseases and weak- wlthPaplllon hklnCure. I waa entirely cored. Thewa No. S Fcltos Markjtt, I the a Ixantages the farmer gained from f nesses peculiar to females. act obtained Irom the soreness and InCatnniatlon Nkxt Vokk Citv, Jan. M. lsst. the rotation of crojw. He lixed to kntnedlate ami effectual. I hare nsed the gfclaCure I have been using BnAM)tTii'& i'n.i For Bcsl Window Shade Rxlurcs." upon st cs. and found It the mofc saUsf actory reroed, that even were this true it xxas for the last 10 years. They are a xvoader-fu- l fortbattront)!eIeertrfed:lt ct Immedtate relW Award Soutlurn bxwnrn, 11 ot the whole truth, aud that the most Lnu tvxl't, loSl mdiclH9. There is nothin; equal to from Inflammation of the eyelid, aad effects a spcedj important fact in this regard was that them ns Blootl Purifi'rs and Liver RegXfxLlAfr DeWolf. ,re. IS t Dearborn Street "plants diiTere I x'ery mil h in their Uhlcago. April 7th. lSJt ulators. Bat I xvish to siati bow remarkdraughts ujion the soil: that ably they cure Ilhenmntism, and how x'hoat drexv one element in greater easily: I xvas affecte-- l by Rheumatism of S measure thnu oats or barley, aud that toe legs. My business (whol's.Vo fish h ra E! grass and clover drexv still other ele- dealer) naturally leads me to damp places. s& ments, and that while one crop was I waj so bad I eould not xx'alk, and at ii? n E '.aking its special food from the soil the night S 6UfTend fearfully; I tr:d Baiv pld WItT. Mrnury, to snronewho wIirflBd arartl'1 I'olasU, Iodine, Arsenic or arj if l s sol xvas recovering by the natural EITHER "STOP" or" BALANCE." poisonous substance In lsam, nrsnparilla, and all kinds of of dissolution its normal supply of tinctures, but they di me no good, and I those xvhich had previously been drawn was afraid ot being a cripple. I finally MAMY MILLIONS EST USE. from it. Turther discoveries by mor. oommonced us.ng Brandrktu's Pir,!.s. I SOLD EVJUltl' XVilKRE. recent students have led us to beliex 0 tool: two every ni jht for ten night, then of Sw1f I have cured Blood Taint by more firmly in this behavior of plant.--, Speclfle after had ntot slRnally failed with lae 3Icp I began to improve; I continued taking STFrVlHT HIBTSHOBH, 4E3 Braid., Hew Tori. cunr tfud Touisb treaun. nt until we became satisfied of the truth them for 40 days, and I got entirely well, TooMKKf M. p., lerrT, 0a. of the theory upon xvhich known facts ifow, whon ever sick, I take Brandrktu'3 Swift's Spociflc has cured me ot Scrofnla of Had sorrrat larjce as my Uwad. ni rears t in regard to the rotation of crops xx'cre Fortify the yem. eyrrr sundrnc. one thoHRht I was doomed Swtns $.,n Fiixs. Thoy never fail. phyakian and an othr mrdldne hid rindnx after explained. J. N. IIA1RI3. cfOSTETT 8 no a and wlmefjfd failed." B. 1 HIGH. Lonoke. Ark. This xvas an enormous step in Our Trealfee on Blood and Stln riseaes Btalted fret I be effect of llotltl-U- r' flow to niako imney Inst Loit tha for it led to our modern prauti-jStomach Bitten to appltcaata. best part of your life, and go to xvork in TTIE SWIFT SrECIFIC CO.. upon the weak, brokof special fertilising, by xt hich xve aro oid iig. .yty viLA. en down. drartoDdleg Drawers, Atlonlv Ga. enabled to produce special crops xvith-oTlct'.msof dyjpcpsla. Woman's best friend for relieving tho X T Offlce. mw 2SdSt.. bet. 60i and "th Atc. the costly supply of every element many paius nud weakusso incidental t j Fhtiadelphlaodloc. lJG6Chttnutbt. of plant food existing in a x'ory fertile female life, and one that givos rosv rho k, arue. rhfcraa. 9 m n ft r v n n it H s--: oil. and by the adequate provision of txiebtens Ihe eyes, c eckseverx' unnatural KT .aw....... , Tha "IaTTTIE WONTJEU j xa KITiv ' aiJivav. one only. Thus xxv have been able to drain andceatesn perfect picture orh?nltli and beauty, i Dr. Uuysott's Yellixv IVv-drcarkrwr thsf Id grow large crops of tvheat by the use nrel Srspi illn. I purifies t!io bloil, Lt eiUAMdlCMZ AftiUMA M1.81 IhN npirme tonic and altfrtivc th- rt of siipcrpho-phat- e of lime, or by the use strengfhens tbo female s s em, nn 1 recx!;sa fpecinn Prinowl Hlttt: ud cipe which rra. h of nitrogenous fertilizers: also to raise moves all feeling of languor, distre-s- , pimAm&Si firrooeair ltB'vlrwnletter i t'.fr.THi fie nj jonrr of the it ples, sores and weakness, produciu dreim-losheax'y crops of roots by the aid of superc7 EtVw slP rum W:&tt.)) k lPAUAPt1 alv. lute and p. slumber and painless regularity of phosphate of lime ami clover by curr r natural functions. New ya b " y 3 DrnirK,rs it xvc and of lime. Hut after a Dcalerscfii .okr. TlAteS, w th true met xvith s decided obstacle in our ad-f vheV increasing saleu of IMso's Cure The lhtrp.H Vf int rreWadBftmia1,IVrju u Kcpnhllrnit r anee, xvhich, so to speak, brought us its claim m tho liest cough renied1---. rBsCTit)T too ukr. T EaulrMwil lilt wi fir m4 vi want 1.000 up in our progress with a round turn, J Ks?7 fl V' H MTM CS rd fatt lrs, Wprt ifwntitne I USED Sxvift's .Specific on mv httlo for xve found that the crops became wm tHf daughter, xxho xvns aflltctwl with s no to rnflv to Jfl T xvith parasites of all kinds, some thf nnrrmtttT 'p, a frrc ftUrttvt e. s, ba-o- NO. 45 Vvirrtvi M vrkct, of ivlduey and Kladdor Complnints? New Yohkutt, Jau. 31, 11. f There is no more agonising class of disI have leoii n martyr to Inilanirnatory ItbcumatUm for thirty years. I am a pro- ease, and none more certain " not to g"t of tho vision dealer in Fulton Market, and the, well ot itself," than the disorders too frekidn'-y- s and bladder, physicians dampness of the place caused my trouble. quently fail to reoogmee what they aie, Standing on the stones, my feet med to and even if knowing them, lack the skill swell tip almost as big as cushions, then for their proper treatment. So that they the rheumatism would affect my shv.lders aro liable to bo allowed to progress until their almost and arms. I have trie 1 almoV evorything, they are aro madeunendiisnble, and most lo-- undergo the but wi'hont avail, until I began udng victims tortures of a surgical operation. frightful Braxdrieth'b VilJJl. Tho most I ever took The only medicine that does alforil speedy was six pills at a dose, nnd soon as tlie relief and permanent cure of such affectmedicine operated, the pam would begin ions is DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAY.) to pass off. I then took two pills every VORITE REMEDY, (of Rondout, N. of It is not a more soother, temporarily, night for a week, aud xvould be entirely pain ; but by its alterative action purifies cured for some months, until I bad anoMier toe blood, restore a healthful condition to attack; then the same treatment always the diseased organ, and oven dissolves cured me. Brandbeth's ru.i s never huro nnd 080864 the expulsion of gravel and The the kidneys failed me once. I hax'e been using them stone from of hundredsand blunder. been who bax-- e testimony for upwards of thirty years. I daily recom- oared bv it vouchee tor this. If you havo er uuaknwts, or pam In tho bnck over the kidmend them, and I lnHtfy orotliny-n-r rheumatism; he took tve pills the same as neys, or if your urine is dark colored, do I did. I am now 72 yeais 1 I, strong and not delay treatment for a single day, but progress of tho vigorous, and I am ure Hiaxdbktji's hasten at once to arrest theKennedy's FAd seaie by the ue of Dr. cau-Anyboly afflicted VORITE REMEDY. 1'ii.i.aare the Dr. Kennedy aswith rheumatism can come to me, and if sures the pu'dic, by a reputation xvhich he I will cannot affrd to forfeit or iinoril, that the they will take BRa.xorctq's Pii-i-FAVORITE REMFDY does invigorate the surely cure tbein. C IV. Dy;:t. bloc-- 1, cures, lix-ecom1 r, Dr. P C Eallou,I(iktoa,Vt. Xairer-'Woin alwarm reliable.' Dr B. N. Clark. So Hero, Vt. "Kklno y Wort au cured ray is tfe after two years sunerins " Ir. C. II. Sununerlin, Sue HiU, Ol. IH THOUSANDS OF CASES it haenred where aU else had failed. Itismild. buteneient, tKUTALN LN ITS ACTIO!, but lunn) In all cases elcon.f the Iltood and strengthen ard I Ure to all tho Important organa ftwThe natural acuoa of tho Kidneys of la Uiebody. TUe Liver la cleansed of alldlseace, lestored. and. do Bowels more freely and healthftUiy tray tha wont diseases aro eradicated from the iv stea. a price, ji.00 liquid ob Duv, bol bt narGcirrs. y ran be set by mail tl WFIXS, KIC II VKUIIX A. C O.narHarftn YU I ever t used la tho mn: stweeaeftil remedy rt rIt rlr IiUa r USE FAPILLOM & Mr AsP. Kowlty. of the firm of Fierce Kowler. Drujtstsu and Ap.xhr.ar1.ii. cor. 31j and Indian! Atc, sa,: "I was afflict, d wlta a very agKriTalcdII fonn ol CataiTB. scrcral phfutolana predicted that rtl would soon ead la eonnmptlon. XTe uavwold heard los Catoibk Onn for nearly two jeow aid In oiw customers, tfeat I was such good ports from Oocedteme U retnrdr for mr own oasettoe result well after wm unpreeedenled. I eommeneed to rsmedy MteKHttaearst Ome.1 cotaed nsteg the aeram wwts. wd aaj now eatlnlr ewri. I win ftrglad KtveanyoneeanrBsapoBmofortberparilcu to bn las, l'aplllon Catarrh Cure we arooMefit Islbt or ctronlc Ilaj only gore ewe for Catarrh-ao- utc Fever urKoscOoW." "A SEVERE CASE OF CATARRH CUR9D." r r jt fig au $1000 Ibe'-u'' pro-ce-- 1 Swifts Specific S 1 Spe-!fl- 11 ad-x'an- ut -- &'&$ &f5B&F& -- i J 1 1 .rfc :r&7TJJ5n - j&. 1I s (Ti to x nt-i.- ta 8STTE 1 rrru-nr- c ,-- le sg0? UABCOCK ? ed J.0i tnlfcorL i J CO, A Blood Poison winch had resisted all sorts of treatment. Tho Specific rehoved Iit permanently, nnd I shall use it in iuy W. E. BRONTE, JL D., practice." Cyprus Hinge, Ark. Ax'nE-- .IgrS IWS KJK&gZ' rC.ta r &J-' p Tisenf Yonkert Statesman. who bnt on evil there ',s something craokod about hiui. a man U gen-erall- v HK.F. IXOXJl, Aurora, Knnel'o., III. ITIerr, Ntrofulu Tiinor.DMA,,, W'rl rtllt t fi B'JSklX rDiicrv nnd 'tie rJi. Yot xm Ar tirxttMis, address 1 TITTJTE. ' inrrnon 4 CO. u Culcrtnok, Casa. rrrnU A4-4i- Walnut Leaf Hair Restorer, SSSSiS? T1HS IffKW EUST1G TRUSS l e. fruit-groxv- er lf do." Merchant Ttartltr. . tV'nEX the iron ener n min'i soul it s'.oiild nrx-- him to greater efTorr- Philadelphia Cttll. lb very htrengihei.ins. e l-- oi mo -- oe,'' tbougbtfully ssit a man a Ijokll.g nt an ol 1 well, "thewind li.84 nenis repairs, tho bucket leak, the rope i 10'tcn an 1 the curbing is defective, but ronsi ler d ns a whole, I think it xx ill "Lrr w 1ait il Imseksiblck r , cf tte Vly, 'i .In tnUl In the run rrwtses bai h tt luet ns a : i.llia-liU- un different fmm all oth lil in na nrie. lu Helr-A- d XVThliphrrrp-jnirelh- e reron doen 1I.this viitii tho flrtrer day nnd efciap Kmhmll 7KUSSCO., CD Dearhorn St., Chlcogo, III. ECCLESTON AGENTS WAHTEQ ea-il- A xx'Ild Western t aper is calling I ud for ihe comnjo ot ualf cents. It is n miv taks of judgment- - AVhat xve really need i uiore if ihe ordinary common seuse. X. Y. Telegram. n A REVEM7R ofilcer entered the store pf advertised, and merchant xvho nex-o-r HURn&iFQRSLAiHEAHBLQGAH!. "TheAVhiJeriumedKaiBliior Jrulne, "And the OU fcMlrr " The rrac)la-"authertie blocrapbie hr the tionl Coroml. e. Py the UT Ksr. n. pAirELAticw.i,p D Book now cA.i& It Is entirely dlffertr t from all olWrs. It Is as elesr a water, and as its isme ind i itrs Is a perfect Vesela hl Ilalr Restorer. It will Hum. dl.Ttji'ly tne the hi ad from all dandruff, rstor cr liilr to Its natural co ur, and produce anew growth wbe.-- e It rus fallen off It C"oesn. Insny maantr a (Tut the health, liHienl I'hur, sugar of lea.1 ami nitrate ot silver preioratluns hated-me- . It will clisnir- - lislit or faded hair In a few diTs to a beautiful Rlossy brown. AiK your dru?clt It. Earn bottle Is warranted. J Ho. D. PARK 4 fir CinclDCill, O., and C K CnrrTaTO. J . Y. bos. 5,000 AGENTS WANTED!! DOUBLE QUICK!!! To sell the First Authentic ltlearraphtes of CoKoellnleXXartortherrl enfc-1 at once Henri r 0' tur. rnitj fAmplpropy .nlT St.o. Cheapest book ont. THIS C0SPIt:i feUB. CO., rttrcjohtAa Block, Cikico,IlI. Writ Er II. f 'Tti 1 1 calc-ilation- s crrestcd him because ho kept a stilt house. q " cans WHtiE au TastesFAasTPa ttst . to: good pI Thehk is a boy in Oil City xvliose les Uq Use in time. fcoidbydrjESlsta. gj nre so crookcl thnt he has to be pulled ou of his troii&ers with a co.kscrcxx. Ud Clt) Derrick. ' t Toung Fpoo accounts for tho fact that there'nro n ci rlv t ard luurd lora 'jiKrcrdes so many moro men thnu xvonion in ut s prisons by Uie mean insinuation that f '! uiwui RI ABHFANn fmaaWllPaB !Kni5ili fceaK? hard to shut a woman up. Doxt vn Toi Mitttt P. "W. ZIXGLZH L CO PhuadelpMa, Eestl'or-;bbrn.p- r'naoU j. e K1IMELl Bin I'eoplo I r ee a. aitu'r Tlir demnnd thl wort, beeaue th m-- t Reliable, Complete, Infmtlnzand Klcbly Illnttrnted. . flue steel portrulta. I' c. ctafnsn arly C(M 6etchs of former Pri'sidm". Fiernoa Lw.Pta:li-t'.e- , ev Wl! Vflratont, ell fatet and pay bl-:- et profits. Bctart f vnrellaUe to tt Forihe beatbootaidteittTrct.wr'.tea'enca o HrsBAKa Bros. Cla nnat' O"! V.S. OuZliartrtaij Stndycjoront and text time. AiNE AND LQOAN 465 'V'I',3 10000 flBENTSTSKSSaslWSBa CuUIalirpcrtrnliiallksCisdiraln cf tkflr ll.nkr T.lur U. Ilabte3 Jlntk.r t.j! rii&ii Ta. i m kiME pHisiu ... Il LOGAN K. excre-montitio- us that he can handle at present. ne-er A ncrCATSD boatman 1ms lxen taking iron lately. He says that is the only oio xvear This cummer ladies aro goins to their hair as they diJ three hundred years imagined that co. Wha' ! Ho Jk ies ever grexv to Ihj that old. JcJCai S.j1ings. AXAKKSIS." f'te. AtBox 2US, New Torlc Makers. -- :'r6e cure f r P Ilea. 1'r re 31 from dnipp - or "' prr.'i (iby ma csiedVs 4 1 ,'. "HUtory or Aaierlena ralllle'' rlt, wWhreUsr9taleandailnaI(:Taranenl,'Ae. ar. r.pfirtaolir t ImlttthltumI llbrnl trrn Tk, sell t Ik (tie nanlia kMk lll r. thr Htla tk rl.lt. hnnL fca4 Oelt fe Oatlt IUktl TI- -. jr r X. trlr.l oflndli.iSUU Cal. a nt I. AJSrcM, Tk Ctnelnnatl ISOOK aad U111LK HO USE Claelaaatl. Ohio. 't ,tt. tt Tua E5SHB, .- -- np0 .n ... 11 rpC .. To Agents Ohio. DISCOUNT 50 PER CENT. 8K h but sish, "I haven', got chnuge for a I sh uld like to have a flx-for a change." Hx-oo OtO," s.xm BroMU to Robinso'i ni'frir.t.iz Hlus. .'itha i!ui5c2SI?,onf ceatoTU9Aultman&TajlM. Co.. KansScld. , Eewliwwiii s s n mud-hoo- ks xvit-ness- ed liberal special fertilizing, and thc corn becornes so much infested with smut as useless for feeding, and io be almo-sthe same result and othors similar occur to other growers of corn for market crops; to poach and pear "Toxvcrs; to small fruit growers, as xvell fit, as. o xvheat farmers. U, Stewart, t Huston Globe. The fashionable tailor has no time to busy. walk about the streets. He is V. Y. Tijuw. Hem! Oil City Drick. -- IATS blnks ...i.,r !C".8.r:1 "WAH JL2-VIt"o..H.'- and in- - ructions for "Cor of Sins r." whkh under from date of Comml Send to us for e!e;tat!Tilttrf;d aaj autheat e riper jo By Y. IlptI, h lead, E' Ammoa wntml Tleqalrkt Order at are! Smd 40 el, far O.ldt. TIIE Addrr. "West CIM'IXSATr fVBUMIIKO C-Oll-a 1.4 atrect. Claelaaatl, OaJa. Mtci. -- BLAINELOGAN Tjeu'r tf J lSTITUTE,tearu0?fsSi? GRAHD RIYER nATah!non.D.a "Y"es," she said, "I alxvays obey my hu Ikiiiu, "Lu'. I lockon I havo scinethit to ay about xvhat his commund shall le." - - PfllR rflln E.00iin2tirCP'i. IX ";n. 6end for rrlce-l!r- t. 'C3 made loonier. State Street, Chlcaco. AcaddntcKersiaL, SIu e.Cam'lasdTvIrsrarnOep'tK, Hoard taxi tal;loa,5perroo. Write to FrtaetasJ. DK, SfSIPOPlURS HABIT HOmCAH, JEcTERSOX. J. C. "WISCOKSET. X. Y. Times, ''A rAincouit record," remarked a as tho xx rote tho'name of hor &JX tumittj rojected lvvr la her diary, tp Jrao.,&?ai2?.mrAt''n''' WriWtoOT joa. Addnai & Ai.raTmgScos..JaacsTllle.AVa a N IV."E 083. UlwUttWII ADVEBTWKR1 11 8100ln8S00 per "thlea. ilsciirdy,fcc7 UaclnnHU.O. WKITIXO TB ffni3 any joit saw Uw pleaao " KH3I hJKi 'M&& WX&rt&M JMtMtf n.'l mi6J!r5rrmirir-einmrwr-- - LOCAL NEWS. Judgo turrell's new ' .Is-A'SiSi- fCiaa WWU-'V Tim Walton, the ;r.!al !iole dence, near Public School, is heal- by Kev. E. W. Erwin of Troy, -- ... Tiin, has retimed Lin i"iim'iii.i.in ; ... ' " !l liiuuniiij vmitwiau.. rj. Tenn. The Kev. O. P. FitageraM, ing coinpletiou. . J ;.. Jr.cksou Street. 0l)08lte the tOUlrurniun feetorv. nr.d nk m a J. W. rnrniAlii& Co. Imve jut it D. p., editor of the Nashville oftlre, Hml mspMtmny o- t rall aiimnd and ir.n our Goals, for wo tived 150 krgs of 2?ail. 2o ci07.cn Keen Christian Advocate, will dedicate ,n K utter Airs, which will he said cheaper tho Methodist church on Slimlay, ' 'ihC oki ;At.T House still in the lead. Thi- J?5 what the p"' p' than arty competition. in) to llmUs to bii,r lr,,.r ,.i,., July Oth. Those who mv0 prom-- . lc. Ark and will continue to mnkcllicfe- - li fit and SlltUfaCtOiy WOlk. nv . w . i , .... ", i,"".-- in. iii. .., xllL woiebjue market at vresfnt. . verv wni. and we were enabled to Two of the, town Trustees re- ised to help cutertiiin ,iliu?rttes ninii her hme. I he largcet.the greatest variety ii Stock, carried by any hotiJc in t:.i" par. Uuy goods in evecv deijortment muchislotctr than same iroods were bought utry ei is. K'.ftte nrt tue cently elected at i)ddyville, Ky., to Conference may look for them Mrs. B r ilma ..i .i...k. - .. coiinu- shn.ii, arncr. Thursday morning. Everybody ure negroes. Ladies arc solicited to call and tee their immense Stoek of i:tnhnm r- invited to attend ('oufereucc. Ex- Teim visiting 'relative. Our store was never The publishing house of F. A. k replete with inviting bargains, as at present, ics JLaces, Cloves.j Ilnsiorv, Vn.l-M-i.n-r VU Vi,ik . M'holr Stoek ai.d ii w The Kentucky prohibition par- pect Jin interesting . ..-...... in LouUattey & tim0. Cook, after Prices will catch you. ty will hold their State Conven- II. Maheu, of Memphis. T)r.Dr. It. in Mi Jawie returned a plouant visit isville and Co.. with ofiicesunderta- nor our goods of more desirable quality. I). C. Chicago, have Ilickran. to her home, Carlisle, tion in Louisville July 3rd Kelly, of 2nshvillo, ami Dr. Sav- III., Mond&v. ken a historr of Kentucky and tho C33i ' Pwrchjise. &i The Iirptst and lira Cheapest Stock of age, of Covington, Kv., are The firm litis already vni siUdJ33ki3 in Straw Ualsivernhowh in Hickman, at to attend. On Wednesday Published several local works Plaut's. I Kentucky, U:ght. there will bo a rnvioir of tho of August. and have been engagcu Our stock of Dress Goods embraces al! the leading styles, and nro j Jlk,Mat.ieBoWBMh The corn crbp in different Suuday-scoo- l m ? ss " lessods for tlio past 8n,n. for elegance, unequalled in variety, ml are hei.ow all conipe- parts of this county, froin reports three mouths. On Thursday the home, Hurris Station, return to her n1;"16 ail(l ""OlS for S0crai Sunday-schoo- l Is very promising. Tho movomcnt is highly 1 ho attention of the ladies is especially invited , , convention for this to our lu all shades to suit everybody from 25c, to $5.00. In this line the? Superb Stock -District will be held. of our to, s fc S-T- S "Don't you forget it." Plaut ia knocking can't be surpassed by any market ttory is being lost every year Ihe bottom out of prices. Why is this prejudice between it. Louis. Lace Curtains, Oil Curtains, Marseilles quilts, Carpets, Matting, Hi-&- c, through tho death of old citizens, - r. country people and town people? mj rM r i &o- in great variety, at prices that never fail to plca.-- e. The schools nro all out and It's a what the children are having a good is the fact undeniable, but sense- cd Monday, right that it should bo gatherod Just replenishing their large stock of Ladies, Misses and Chihlnr cause? It is wrong, time generally. up and prosor ed in a permanent In Whito Goods, less, and mutually injurious, and Fane, Para- Pinafore and other stylos ofslippers and shoes. Don't fail to see Plaut A CIIOl.Z.KA .l'llJEHIC. form. Tho editorial management sols, Handkerchiefs, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, Corseta, hand sewed FllENCH KID, the handsomest ladies shoe in tl.t Wiri.X3eyiir, who has been ab- being so ought not to csiBt P.ut Ties, Ribbon, and Notions of all descriptions, our of tho contemplated work is hi styles are the sent for some time, is again in it i3 growing stronger daily, nud town. Sjirrndluif Torrr la 1'rnsco. latest, and our prices the Zoa. control of W. II. Perrin, formerly charge of Montgomery's bakery. permeates society, politics and fC The gentlemen aro reminded that we arc still selling n number one aV: ligion. Country people no longer ' P.iris, Juno 23. An alarming secretary of tho old Louisville Wool euft tor 87.50, wortli anywhere S10.00. Our $10.00 suits aro noL-bie- s. Ifr. .John Wyatt, a prominent Journal Compatvy, beforo the conoutbreak cholera has well worth 15.000. "hierchant of Pulton, who has been attend town churches, social visi- at Toulon. of Tho press occurred solidation of tho Journal and tho of that city ting is infrequent, and largonuin-ber- s Tlirce dozen nice whito bo dangerously ill, is recovering. We arc Headquarter of voters vote for or against and vicinity having combinod in Courier, and is a historical writer for fine b7oea. Our make of Gent and Ladies Tilden being out of the field, a candidate becanso of tm's feel- an attempt to conceal tho facts, of more than seven years expe- fine Shoes cannot be excelled in bmniy nor equalled in durability. Every the Hickman Courier, prefers ing. Thoro must be a tvtfise and it has been just lcaruod to what an rience. Wo shall refer to this pair warrantel. s-- j Uaynrrl nd McDonald. This tho Courier would bo obliged extent the epidemic has reached. subject more fully hereafter. e aibo cull the attention of the gentlemen to oilr really elegant styles ougbt to. J30tto it. to some correspondent to point it There have been thirty deaths flothing and Furnishings. If you are not posted in the latest fashion- An Auswcr Wnnted. t to our store would do you good. In gauze and balbrig-ga-n in latest styles to close at 60c, sell anywhere for SI. 25. "" ycthing succellB like suc- out, that tho good people ot town mnco Shnday, aud the rato of mor- Can anr one brine us n case of Kidney .ablccuLs, a aud country mv.y unite to correct tality has increased each day. A or Liver Complaint that Electric Bitter cess; therefore, come round and Underwear, fancy Ties, Collars, &o , we carry the day. Don't fail to see our nobby 525.00 suits the best fitting Goods in tl.e panic has seized upon tho people Will tint (iivuulilu iim9 Wa ttiv tluv tmn buy the Hickman Courier one it. Combined with these, Low Price (for which wc arc iauloua) make market. Aud don't you forget itPlaut will cut any mans prices: Eight thousand persons have tied not. as thousand of cases alreaJv perma- .copy one year auy how. Tho American .Prohibition from the city, and thousands ofinently cured an.i who are daPv recora- - quitea formidable array. Irepcrmd no home to sell closer than kc do for Chtapeet Store in Xown. Buv Iott.kII party, in session at Chicago, nomi- me residents ot tlio Electrio Hitters, will prove. WE aie. the Leaders and Makers of Low Prices. ioorer quarlew, at nated a Presidential ticket, which ters have been ousted from their Ui ight's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Itaok, or any urinary complaint quick cured. They s The cleaning off tho ground rends as follows: For President, homes and driven into tho the blood, regulate the bowels, and S. CPomeroy, of Kansas; for by the police, and aro now act directly en the disoafied par'. Every for four large brick business housJ. A. Oonaut, of Con- camping in tho fields. The bodies bottle guaranteed. For sale at 60c. a bottle es givc-- Clinton street tho air of necticut. The platform demands of victims of the disease aro bur- by FOUTUNFS Drug Store. a building boom. strict prohibition laws, tho with- ied in large trenches and coverod Who Made the Low Go to J. W. Oorman & Co.3 for your Tlio KpjiHbllcaii Bolt. drawal of all charters to secret with quicklime to hasten their Tool; tlicr have a complete itoek of Cro-prohibited Tho lilaine organs seem extremetut Sawa, Ifaud SaMri, Hand Axes, Ham- lodges and their oaths tho -- soxNone patent buried in tho regular havo ben ly nn.ious to have it understood pers. Augers. Chisels Planes, &c. &c , for by law, tho revision of cemeteries ;ale,chap. Barb Wife also kept for hale. laws, and that tho Thirteenth., for fear of giving opportunity for that tho formidable Republican Givetbeni a call. ;.")ii mi- Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend- tho infection to spread. Great bolt from the Blaine ami Logan ments be applied to Iifdians and terror is shown by the inhabitants nomination is merely a bolt of the Elders Myatt and Cyce, PrimIt also pledges its of tho surrounding country upon free trade Republicans. Tito initive Baptists, will preach at the Chinamen. Jnsl received, a fine selection of Methodist church, noxt Sunday members to vote for. Woman's tho approach of any of the refu- ference from this would be that Suffrage. Ut O'clock, P. M. public our friend3and ges from the city, lest they should they bolted, not the nominee, but WE announoo to chowofallallkindaoftheFurniture,generally, that wc havoof Just reoohn.l and i!ii-i- the trade partiew iiumenra stock -- Ilrs. S. C. OlICU will bo thank sincOCtho junior, carry with them the germ of the the platform upon which ho was A short timo nominated, sty of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fitiu lis o being to buy. VQ un Jul to receive orders for cut flowers, put ujj editor paid a visit to tho grove dreaded malady. is claimed nvnwoiilv torthat platform Knt if It nrntoplinn. of w n racn oraer, in shape or tvie. Pa and residence of Col. Jjj. . White, however by tho physicians that EI ALSO that wore true, they should havo ronaje respectfully solicited. Reasonable situated about a of a the disease is not Asiatic cholera, bolted beforo the nomination of a Vices charged. mile from the public square. This but that it is of sporadic origin. Q.tcg AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. e candidate, so soon as the objecCongress will make an effort was our first visit to tho Colonel's tionable platform was adopted, 'A;Ar.V8T THE KOA3 LAW. to adjourn onthetith dav of July home, and we found it to be one 2'ew Goods of all srades ia my lino. Call ami Examine Prices Low. Will net U Wo propose to make our pricw to suit the spirit of the times. You can rst awn I lint, in truth, tho platform whs a iurtirrtoUi. tl is to be hoped tho effort will of tho most charming places around I'llti r ofStrkman i'oi cikx you nued never leavo our house to lock for cheaper goods. Wc propote Io'ecII ae fcw jj back-dowclear to previous dec- X. R. f prove successful GOODS ever brought to any retail Furniture store in tlw ''Purchasa. UXDCKTA.KKRS have the finest Brooksville. His nursery cannot I see you ack that the road law larations on tho tariff by the Re- Hick man. aUoCuoUinem politelyline of on short notico. rervel ery respcctfullv, Frat25 Cents you can buv a 50 Cent Straw bo excelled. Everything was in be discussed, which I think a very publican party, which is responsi- I PKAlt NO COMPETITION, AS MY UOOISOUrSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR , the highctt state of cultivation. good thing. I will give you some ble for the surplus in Plact'a AWAY. T. WILBURN '& CO. the Treasury. BIUIHTXEW LAST WHEN RIVALS FADEIroni Our friend eidentiy believes in of my views. I think in some They had 1 n't forget the place, on the oppoaile corner i'laul From goneral report since keeping his grove clean and his therefore less reason to CTy II LL Give roe a call before baying elsewhere. Bre'o. k Co., under tho Nov tS.ora rooms in new Odd Fellows building. harvest commenced, the wheat trees in a fine condition. Brooks- points the law is not complete. bolt this particular convention Raj-- Y u can depend upon finJing any thing in my hoiiae that ie kept in a firet cla JaTAll kinda of Repairing done on short notice, and in a workmanlike Kyle. AVa We find in section 15, thai "nil thau its predecessors which they FURNITLRE STDKE. crop of this section is very fine, ville (Fla.) Register. wo are prepared to give special inducements aa hands that work tho road shall supported. both as to quality and quantity. It is a matter of congratula- be taxed $2." HotisGs. 'Col. Wm. Slatter, of tho Win- tion to d Who aro they ! "AH rii(te I)ln!tCt. chester Tenn.,) Homo Journal. troublo Knights of Honor that the men between tho ages of 16 and IVtrott Trt PrM. growing J. ",Bn one of tho ablest political writers out of thoarid confusion, Supreme ot) years 'shall work the road." Do removal of the A lady who has just returned )f that State, is visiting Ilicknmu. Headquarters from Louisville to you want a law that pute a burden from Europe said to a friend: Governor St. John, of Kansas, St. Louis, has been settled. The on the poor boy of 10 years ? J net uYou ought to hear thorn lawff ill not support Blaine anil Lo troublo was that tho Order as he begins to feel thai he will and chaw if at our American way w iIf 1- 5fi Wf gan because tho Republican plat- had a corporate existence only in soon be something, or poor be a of talking over there, you know." Pa1 .s1 ...-- &S-! ' U; :&X, g; iSJl iii Sh5 51 -form ignored the Prohibition ques- tho State of Kentucky, and hence man, you come along and. take the "Ah, well, we can stand it," said . .....1 tion. . i v it ,...-.iWn'll till il mill uiiiuw the injunction. A "charter has last dollar he hne. Well do J re- ci Ma... ..!.. uivhu. now been obtained in Missouri, member the first few dollars that at them when thfv coinn oveV That'NVe are still ahead in this market with tho Tho Mexican soldier pension and headquarters removed to St. I m&do. I waa, aa many of the here." HAS BKEN U.iCBSTLY i;NLVKUKD, REFITTED, RBFURXISHED UJ1 is practically killed. Tho old rpHIs HOUB young mon of this day are, an orLouis, Mexican vetorans will stand no premo according to aefftoh of Su- phan boy, and I think 1 would 'S' tcb krt and, altogether one of the beit arpoiatcl hotels in this section. Ben Butler proudly observe chance until the Democrats come jections.LodgCj without legal ob- have thought ita hardship to have Iff. 2B. TUIia'ER, Proprietor. "men have called mo everthii i into power. taken my poor pittance for a road but a fool." The Ladies of the Baptist tax &. Xyhttt CASH PRICE imUI tho man of fifty years, church are to have a basket socia- whoand let and 4'EATIIR VUOIs had pnrfsed the critical point A 21 A A' WELL. Opinion of iHtcrcat Co All ble and entertainment in the court of life, and was then in easy cir-JLLF.XJLXnF.K J. A. Tawncy, Ewi-- , r leading attorner of Stofil-oThe railroad track is extend- - the proceeds being for the benefit cnmKtanccs, go scot free nt f DRY GOODS eVer ouercd for sale in Hickman. You . in ?r. MANUFACTURERS OF uiiguior Wl.iln wa livn in n fro Ahtrt- -1 ","on.B' Mna veara, 1 at...great pleaa- down fronting tho old IJurrns oi the church it will be a pleascd take toon than three compare our prices and tho quality ot our Goods to auy, aud wo aro su iii0e warehouse, and in a few days oar ant occasion. In addition to tho andall men nro oqnal, is this rights uroln stnUng ti,at j reeani tied that you will save money ty uuyiug irom us. Our Consumption, aa th railroad entrance will be all right basket supper, guests will be serv- Can we hope to build up tho young i Kew discovery for world ?v its"" for Congha and best remedy in the bov of 1C by taxing him gain. fi3G ed with ice croamaud coffee. The representation " Is that without Uokla It has never failed to cure the most DemoY r fare 2"i percent in pric, and proceeds realized are to be for tho severe colds I hnvo had, and invariably ? If so, deliver mo from a relieves the pain in the chert." Co im;i cnt in qualitv by btiyiiK FUKM IUST0M-- M benefit of the Hickman Baptist cratic . Democratic Stite. Trial Bottles of this sure care for all TWIEat church. All are invited to attend aV'-!'- ,' 1 1 H v77,AxXrAWVvTr One other objection is that, the Throat and Lung Diseases may be had Freo Ull ft ML t E.T. GARDNER'S and a grand timo expected. law applies alike to country and at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. Large eirc Yonnor is dead, and there is is the best that can be bought, and was manufactured especially for "Country people" "town peo- fcw. Xow how are you going to 51.00. u vacancy in the position of weath- ple!" Oh. how so we will guarantee every suit to be the latest style, anu us low as unfortunate and er prophet. Wo nominate our senseless such talk. Perhaps, a havo your streets workod, for just be gughtin auy retail house. Tho failure of Matthews, Morwhero your city lino crosses tho friend Gol. Geo. Wilbnrn, of Hick-walive, active discussion by news- road tho State law stops, andyonr gan & Co., bankers, for several Kyn to fill the vacancy. papers and public speakors, may city law begins. Do wo want to millions, following that of ComPrinceton has voted a tax of remove misunderstandings, errors, pay a road tax, and then havo to modore Garrison, together with twenty five cents bn tho $100 to and mistakes, and bring the peo- pay to havo our streets worked tho continued rumors of Jay We invite all that want choice fresh fancy Groceries, to call on us uwl erect a public school building. ple of the towns and countrv besides, which we will havo to do Gould's shaky condition, in New we will sell Very low the best brands of Flour &c Head "Zcno's" communication in closer together causing each to if th,e road law is voted 1 It is a York, this weekj comes near creathis issno of the Coukieb. see the reciprocal interests and good way for tho farmer to vote a ting a great panic. Thoso million &6-- . iBTjix,t)t3srG- tho on his minor son, Tuesday week, (July S,) the esteem which does and must al- taxsome poor widow, andhavo son aires aro toppling and brcakhv the all around, and confidence is vory and of National Democratic Convention ways exist, Wo offer social iriducenients to builders in Doors, Sash, nnd 11 bhild-iti- g city help keep up tho road. Bead nearly destroyed m the whole of assembles in Chicago. The outWheat will open in tho nick- niatcrialj Paints and Oils. and vote look now is that tho party will act man market at from 75 to 80c. Tho the law close, my advice.your own them. As for m S2S harmoniously, and if so victory is ! prospects over tho whole country convictions is The Fulton me and mine, we aro against, and almost assured. is for lower prices. rVotice to Teachers. county crop is Gplcndid. An old will so record our votes in August. The Trustees of tho Hickman Daniel Davis, son of Mr. Kobt. Public Ruck Bees. us that farmer School rt ill elect teachers for the ensuing Davis, died at his father's resi- yield in tells county hasthe wheatboon inthis school year, a Principal and two assist-antC'2TjE.EGE. dence three miles south of Ful- - ' r .x , ..w at the rsgular meeting of tho Board , ureaneiit lit icuet u yv. rsaii m 41.A TS5S 3TSW 1.A Ttl, tt fin nn Saturday, July 6th, 188-1-. All applications Tho old, popular and ulwayB reliable Hardware houeo of . KTirIIk CIO.OOtJTnx bo Voted? a b&BM, inteUigct i.oy abnt U vation. Ho predicts tnnt In ten should be in writing and should be file! with H. C. Beckman, on or beforo tho 15 years of age, says the Index. or years 50 bushels to the aero will aboTO date. Mr. Editor: Prof. J. H. Saunders is an- bo the acreage. 8. W. LAUDERDALE, I'm told that tho college enternounced in the Fulton Index as a Chairraan. full summer prise lags that certain citizens ' advent "" "" HI IIJBIlHIIHJ.1'!" ' tafawM candidate for Countv School Su- - nii(1 Tho linnt .wl of llltjt fllrilO fllft and property owners help liberally Jci porintendent. Do has had large miuds of pieij;ure Reokefs of nucklvn'H Atlitcn Salve. but tbat certain other citizen? and Has a splendid stock of tho very best makes of all kinds of Ilaiilwaro, ,. ., . ... as a teach or. and is e property owners persistently in the world for Cute which aro oifcrcd at TnE Best Salve iTUSSGS well qualified for tho pomtton. to help one dime. I want to Brmea, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum ever iieated ball room to tho cool and Tho tailures among business1 quiet picnic siiades. Anornoon say that this proposition has arous- Sores, Tetter, Obapjted Hand?, Chilblai Eruptions, and AND anu people continuo, and exhibits a'' siestas to shorten tho hot days, ed general interest, and public tively curesan Skin no pay required. rmZ PATEWT lues, or If wonderful amount of corruption gives gracious welcome to the sentiment hereabout is growing in! to give jterfect in business circles. "Business" cooler night with its promenades, favor of the college. No intolli-- j is guaranteed Price 25 cents net or money refunded. il. Sq?ri VlAAr-- ' 4Mitr,j im the large cities appears to be ico cream, sherbet, ice drinks, &c. gout observer of the times can box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug ""tirll 7 'J LI StoreJ rail to note this. Almost every only a race as to which can cheat Gall again, All goods guaranteed to MEDICI NiES! &nd that tho very lowest tho market justifies. community throughout this broad the most extensively. be exactly as represented. t Tho Missouri Supremo Court land has, or is takiug steps toward (Bap- - reversed and remanded- the case building Elders Judson Tavlor, A:kt:d a can of tho tist)andJ.C. Creel, (Christian) aro Monday State vs. Tim Barliam on not alwayscollege. Hickman held remain behind, w morning last.. Larham to havo a theological discussion of back by a few property owners PACKET COMPANY. g was "dHfcd m thoDunklm church doctrines, in Clinton, com-- ! who will C TDILET'KRTiCLES Monday after tho 4th ty Circuit Court m February, ,1S81, to such not voluntarily contribute Lcm:l' k noble enterprises. This!1?; y.tgi Crow-si- x Sundav iu August, and continuo .for tho killing of John C. refusal to help makes tho expense Memphis, Cairo, frd. and was convicted of &C., &Ci &a days' &Ci &0., &c; Tho best roof for the least inoncy. Experienced workmen cnipWed. dor in tho first degree and sen- - fall too heavily on tho others. . and The attention of builders especially desired, as this house will give spe Tho.wheat crop this year gives touced to 1)C i,allgcd. Uo yxm got Hence, you find the talk growing more and moro each day, since promise of excelling that of any for-- a ,10W trm, cial inducements. Correspondence sohci ed, 8Prcscriptiona filled at any hour day tir night. Ring night 1x11 after 10 moryear. It is estimated that it these men will not help, lots build :. M. R. B. BREYAED. ANDY BAUM, rho Southorn Exposition the college by taxation on tho JAMES V. OAFf, will reach 520,000,000 bushels or, VINT SHINKLB promises to be more of a Ken-cro- school district. I'm loth to give CONS MILLER, 100,000,000 more than last ver.r's GRANITE STATE, aud 75,000,000 moro than tho lllky affair this year than it was in to this suggestion, for while a L8WER and L0WET W. A! HENSONt tax falls equally upon all, and caus- LEAVES EVERY SUNDAY and avorago for tho past fivo vcars. laf?t yJir- - Tho advantages 5 p. m., for Cairo, Louisville t nvotl by tho other States which to help proportionate to and Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati All kinds of Groccrics-hnmsElder T. B. Jolmson , deliver- - nuule extonsivo exhibits before es alltaxable as choap as the cheapest. 1 vil1 worth, yet taxes arc with Railroads and Sleainors for JOHN WIT' cd a well chosen mid interesting sll0lllrt Clic0nmge every countv in their enough now. But as undersold. high certain S&sttrn. Wsslsra aca Hcfttera Poiais, lecturo at the Baptist church Kontuckv to be represented this as fate there is no turning this Monday night, on tho subject of eutiUner. through tickets all points ChiEI JTJ, agitation backward, it is growiug, Qiving Toledo, Buffalo, toRichmond, New cago, "education, and in the interest of,' and the spirit of certain property York, Washington City, Philadelphia and Miss Cora Richardson, after P.int. Tnnillnl niintnn HnlleLro. East, North followed in a very appropriate and enjoying several pleasant weeks owners refusing to help augments Boston. And La Bello nnd Western tourRiver route s&fcf OF FUIiTOX', visiiing Hickman, roturnod to her lit, and it 13 therefore as good as ists will nr.Ar.Ks r entertaining impromtu talk accomplished uovr. that this tax delightful and economical. homo in l'aauc&a yesterday Rates by this line choapor than any !Mrs. Mahonoy's music class, will bo voiod. other first class route. Meals and slate' Icp .Crouna Pariur. together with a few invited guests, Zkko. rooms free. Baggage chocked through. iAINT AM) D n-m- wi enjoyed a most delightful basket- - 3Ir. Ida GoIbor? rwpcctfu'ly annottn &9 Passe ngors can roly on a aplendOl flpcein! to tlio ItitUti. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY picnic at the chalybeate Springs, ced that &he has opened an. Jra Cream Sa trip by this line, as the etcaaiors are all evening. Thero WOro 2(1 koo:. on Jackson street, ims 8ido of the If yr.n want a fine-- D'acls Si'k IVfM, gf first olnss. hnvinc been cxpredsly built Tuesday Pifecotmtfl I'apcrand Lotus J' for the aceemtnodation of passengers. you can j,ot wl,etre .Icu rrta. Sherlw, ftc , to J. A'iiinr;"i coiis. Wishes to infdrm the public generally, thai and fells Kxobango on any ? children present, with sovoral i"? ipJr jsm Dae c? :s tiSi" Rack nteArner nn.rriK a. full Strinc Silk, ihe t ever brought to lli he IS tuny prepared to do all kind of grow,, p.Cr6oB proaout to super- - United States, Solicits R. W. LIGHTBURNE, Call ami ivbat a bargain wts i'l baud. Generally. rUe6iib,i .yfrtica wishing furlliet- informa .Agent vise their sport, aud a royally joy- - Kutifuv arranged. "place tivf you. General Freight and Tieket please mil pr esch i y rroys compouxdedi ?& tioHi Ldclwle Houseat my Office, Gr.adoor Reinittaiice at Current Untjsai aad cdi. o 7 Jouroe street, .Veaiphi9,Teuai ous time they had. J. AMUEao's SoK?. 7 vrrrtot A T. MirCKRil. i i 1 r Jt. C. ference will convene Uererhurs-dayAlexin Jc r, o' lite firm of Alex aiuer M.ntveil, rcturnrJ July ,Jrd. Openin" gcrmou . resi will be preached TlmrsdiiT night J !$;, iroiu irip io si. JXUiB. .V The Methodist TKcfflon- , - Jei"9inl. Xm Inilor'uc Knlll.Une,',,lb Mr. G. A. l.-i- Mmviw jiog-a-- .u ..;k... Ihdur, f... an hl anu ix- - .i i ,,..r riOrrnrn?vr23jl TVM II I III II I Mil lPI fuiu rt i r .w.iUnLo.on.uti..,ico. ,., fco f--s . Ha M3 . ": st 7fc? -- Staa l rS5 'reis -- &&.-- si f ! Si ii m &ZXJV LmUw Pi ,1 t-- 3 i :t;li i 1 1 J- !! i 6n6 ss is tw egkM & Sal & - fc - R-- f. -- cx-cct- cd -- Zl&iTl1 "Faraek un-rpns?- ed 25ti&Z ". White Goods, Embroideries, fcs . QlQkki mQ. 1 ft?sdiiles fast i ose, sur-burb- PLATJT BROS. & CO. Prices? Vico-Presidcn- t, ,B iBl GG1 E s t wlr-a-in- g throo-qnartor- qqA& n R ablo-bodio- Resp ectfu lly, J?n m l.. 1 CT IS HIQKML CSrL1133rJJK., m Miff mm EENTUQK7. Contractors and Builders of v fr HEUTWECK, BALTZER 11SIS - & CO. wn-inr- r 1 , m fPfiRf n, Hickman, Kentucky. ai goiiiii ma.t:eri:d5 E2IMxi&WMMiifmBnWKtEm Je AMSSl ;att I s, a. o-- - ? I j. W. COWGILL bBALSB IN eSe ; ..i.,rto Hick-einericu- co ro-fus- DRUGS, cati-factlo- qi J! ji Jt. 0""C J I - 111 M 10 El Coun-moncin- j I I Louisville t Cincinnati Steamer Pa E P-A-IIST- T A-T- T 3C3D, p, I I . TRE OLD RELIABLE CIIAS. A. -- , I drugs, -- mmmi DENTIST, - It. Capital, 8S09000. Atct"'-Peopl- a-.- 'SSTJ t$&SXi ltoShe b-- ' ss: as: Dcnt-itry- di-- carafJi. 3 jr V fcjt ., x. i SUK f rt mj' wmmmmmmmmi -- r K v. alfcWWt?' 3j5ft. . - jFWM&, S . ne- - -- 'S TSfi HKKKiS COPER. Am in;: j. ., i;;i.v: -- 3 X 'S TJ" "i8t V A BIG SJN9 REQUIRED. -- sfcSrtf -- ...nt.... -'' - Li- - 7 HENDSirxs will be tho Detnn- :,.. vrfftiWitiai .J. erotic candidate for Governor of cam;..;- -, ot ...n Indiana. the VK::!pv.i The Kentucky Court- - of Ap Blaine, tiiid it maybe penis lias ndjourncd to tho Jet of to r ider.; of the Cor i;intJknOW what theHc colebrHted $lm& orc September. lottera about, &e. The w The Iwjniror is tho naino of a w.ittch by Mr.Blaiuo wli!te5pk .Democratic er ot Congress to onejft'arren four page, weekly recently started at Ovrentj- - Fisher, ami were in coylCotiou boro. It is a good paper in every with certain tra:iMictioijiMbont respect. the little Rock Kailroad.ehowing m n how ho (Blaine) LelpeM'0 ral1" The Democracy of tho 9th Tenn., roads and how the lailroads holpod t, Congressional (Union City) meets in Dycr&bnr:, Sopt. him in return. The Democratic candidate for Congress started to iiivostigato 9, to nominate congress to succeed Hon. liico these charges. Thcaa colobraicd lotters somehow got into the posPierce. session of a Mr. James Mulligan, Commodore GAUksson, mill, of Boston, Mass., and 3u!lignn in mure, and always known as one-o- threatened to use them before the the wealthiest men in tho Uni- Congressional Comnjitteo against ted Statos failed Jr.et week. lie Blaine. Tho contents becamo turned over property amounting known, and the Democrats boldly to fifteen million dollars, but it made their charges andfiftiniationsl was not enough. His friends went but in the midst ofilhe highest ? f point of the oxcitomeiMlr- - Blaine : back on him. The I 3k $ .1 ;jca3' a itiug Dit-tiic- f to the Congressional raco in tin's 2iBtrict. Wo submit that the wentker is entirely too hot to bring on this fight which is yet live months in tho future. Besides it's a waste of ammunition to bo lirinr at such long range. The people are intently ongaged in farming and other avocations, and wouldn't it bo well to let tho insuo as now mado up rest in their calm judgment until a cooler time. Tho Courier-Journa- l The District papers arc already Piijigel in hcfticd (littciiseioiis as ' in speak- ing of tho position of tho Republican party on tho tariff Bays: They created tliifl unnecessary burden of taxation. They say that it li an unnecessary burden and should bo reduc- ed. They refuse to reduce it. They refuse to allow othors to roduce it. JLnd yet they condemn others for not reducing it. -- The Hickman Democratic or nothing; it is honest in tho utterance of its convictions, or it has none; and wo ay this much in answer to tho criticisms of some who think wo do not throw fire euongh into local politics to please the ardor of their natures. In tho first place, we learned some years ago that the wheels of the political universe did not rest solely upon the Hickman Couriku, (and we have rested inncli easier over since); and in the second place, the Democrats nave been wrangling and quarreling among themselves, and this picturo failed to excite any shouting enthusiasm in the Courier. In local politics, avo'vo been surfeited on the dish presented at each recurring election, i. e." Tura-erisconvention, anti-Turne- Cousier is r, primary election, bossism," and we dont take to it again with much relish. It may bo tl at our people are to be benefitted materially, socially, morally, politically, by this eternal wrangling on such all important(?) questions, but the Courier fails to seo it. orro-ligiously, The JilncU Luna, The campaign has brought about tho dipcussion of what used to be known in Illinois as "tho Black law." In 1853, Mr. Logan, then a l&snc mainber of the State Legislature, iow the Republican uonuneofor Norib Carolina Vice-Presiden- suit was firt brought, the nijiric-tio- their eats and iceung ery tier was evidcnUy applied for no vouw. There never has been nav other purpose than to gio certain doubt, but that Gen. Grant uas parties time. Yesterdaj Jiulgo i (i. nice led vith h disreputable firm Sunrall crantetl an order or in doing a nefarious business. Hit, junction, provided the parties np- - letten. to ?dr. Fibit. whilo not very pling lor it give a ooua m tne useful as Republican campaign siun of .rM),0lK) to hold the Su documents, established the fact preme lodge good against any loss that (Irant knew of tho spurious it may sustain by reason of tho nature of tho business In which ho was engaged. Under theap injunction beiug granted. The bond has not yet been giv circumstances, he is certainly not en, anu in an pro ua m my it win entitled to any sympathy or conThe corporation sideration. It is an absurdity to not be given which is supposed to have been call the failure of Grant & Ward behind tho whole scheme has noth- a business failuro, for as an remarks: "If we are to ing more to expect from tho s Knights of Honor. Tito peoplo's regard such establishments as houses, tho next thing wo Bank of Kentucky will not handleany moro of tho funds of the or win know tho bursting of a faro der, no matter if the general olh-eo- s bank will bo dubbed a financial of the Supromo Lodge must crisis." It was, of course, to bo remain in Kontucky. But it is expected that Gen. Grant's-persona- l friends would lmsteirto'his Wont to SFulHcan's 'nfoiii at tho. ,not compulsory that tho offices should remain hero, although! 1'oscuo, but tho rosult is far. ftn'm hoteh tho night btf&re feftillignn Jndjrc Simrrall says that nnder the satisfactory. Mr. Beeohor,e,'ial-ogie- s a tho noxt charter granted the order its busiwas to amount simply to autwftic-cessfu- l Investigating Commit ness ofliccs must be located in attempt to show thec Grant day lO'tlie too," and protosted against his pri Kentucky. What is there to pre- was a financial fool, am not a vato correspondence being ex vent the order from operating knave. Of course, Fnrsdi Newa State charter? Since man can jo to the frontto give posed, and demanded of Mulligan without the charter the order has Gen. Grant, and his poiaisiug obtaining to show him the letters. Mulli never organized under it, and it is sons, certificates of good characgan produced them, and as he did safe to say that not two members ter. It would be very uigratcful so, it is said that Blaino snatched out of the 140,000 belongingto the for Newman to do othcrvise, confor them out of his hand, nnd mado Knights of Honor care whether sidering how much Gram did his family parson when tlat ccclo-siasti- c the order 1ms a charter or not. his way out of the room with the was court chaplan. But No widow of any member in lotters in his possession. The good standing at tho time of his beforo Newman's indorsnicnt'of next morning, in Congress, Blaine death has ever been kept waiting Grant can amount to vor much, defiantly confroutedrroetor Knott for the benefits duo her longer it is requisite to discove a reliawho was conducting the investi than it took to expross her the ble volunteer to vouch fo tho pargation against him, waving tho money, and no member in distress son himself. It would Inve boen celobrated letters over his head has had to ask the second time much better if Grant had cmainod Ho had possession of them, nnd for assistance. Operatiug under in Illinois, instead of cuning to tho Committee never could get charter, tho order is given pow- Now York and monkeiugwith the them afterwards. Mulligan went er to sue and be sued, andboyond buzz saw on Wall street to find before the Committee ami swore that tho charter does not amount out if it was really in motipn. that Blaino violently snatched to tho parchment upon which it ia Had ho followed Horace remained them out of his hand, and there written. But suits in the Knights advice, go West, and fore he could not produco them as of Honor are unknown, and with- thoro, ho might now have some he had promised. .It waB in this out a charter the order would be strongth, but as it is, ho is lttorly destituto of all political inthenco. debato that Blaine furiously charg as flourishing as it is now. Tho court cannot say how a coro. -- . ed that tho "rebol Brigadiers" were at tho bottom of these false poration shall receive its money, Republican CppeMltlua to llnlucharges, and Proctor Knott re- mako its disbursments or who The newspaper oppositbn to plied to him that "an honest rebel shall bo its officers. It can only Blaino becomes moro portcitons was better than a Republican protect the property rights of in- overy day. Tho list of the indedividuals who are interested in the pendent and Republican journals thief." fact that Blaino suppressed corporation. If the Supreme which aro openly cominttod The tho lottors strengthened tho bo- - Lodge sees fit, as it has done, to against him stands now: Now liof that they exposed some cor change its Supreme Treasurer, it York Times, New York Herald, has a perfect right to do so, and Harjjor's Weekly, Puck, Evuilng nipt railroad transaction. it can order all of its receipts in Telegram, Brooklyn Union, Rothe future to bo iaid to the new chester VTIXI.TUE DEXCCKATfl VXJVRf Rochtster Treasurer, let him be located any- Herald, Syracuse Herald, Fludiing Kg tLr Ht.uton Art Inxtrnctd. where within the United States, Times, Boston Advertiser, Boston If tlic Democrats divide at Chi- and no judicial power in the conn-tr- y Transcript, Boston Herald, Springenough to stop it. field Republican, Philadelphia Recago, it will bo upon the question Tho ciy might bo raised that tho cord, Philadelphia Times, Cliwago of tho tariff, those' who favor tariff Supreme Lodge is violating the for revenue only, and thoso who provisions of its charter. Let it Times, Chicago News, New ihvc!i tho New York n oppose the adoption of that Clause be raised, and if the Courts seo News, and addition to these,aiing the Post. In The following Statos have declar proper let tho charter bo taken Chicago Intor-Oceathe St. jjtju- ed in favor of the tariff for rov away from the order and tho pow- ia' frlr.lw Donincrnt. thn VJKH, ... w " " er !' the Courts cease. Tho tak- Express, tho Buffjdo Conu' enue only plnnk: ing away of tho charter will not AnvortiHr. .. m lOno r .SO injure.tho order, composed as it is graph, the thn Flnlruln ,Imii-- vc Boston Joum-vJillSB 3 of members whoso passwords are Worcester Spj, and manj oi.tr Mutual Aid, Union and Brotherly Republican arty journals consent Love. All this cry nhont split- - to support the ticket, b'tt adn;it ting up tlie order has been raisot 1 that thev have small hope of seeSqm Hmpsbire 8 by rival institutions; and Knights ing it elected. In New York City O UrttiU ItMMMIIMIMHI of Honor, if they are true mem- the Tribuno is the only paper bers of tho order, will pay no at- which supports Blaine squarely. tention to it. Tho Commercial Advertisor has To show wlutt an energetic ef- not denned its course clearly, bat 170 Eleven State fort tho People's Bank of Ken- it evidently has intention of Tho following States have taken tucky is making to retain posses- advocating Blaine,no it says that for conservative position on this ques- sion "of the thousands and thou- his nomination was a "glorious tion, favoring tarilf reform but op- sands of dollars belonging to the victory" won by the Star-routKnierhts of Honor, it yesterday ranir. tho cow-boy- s and tho intri- posing ultra grouude: filed in Court the affidavits of truintr politicians. Tho Mail and Connecticut 12 of this Exoress is doubtful also. 'But Nw Jersey 18 soveral leading bankers city to show that it was a solvent tliere is no more formidable oppo.90 i ?nn 3ylvani& ....... , .S4 bank with a capital stock of 150,-00- 0 sition to Blaino than tho NewlriniA..........-...- . West Virginia. ......... 12 and extraordinary good crodit. York Nation, which, to many Ro- California .1$ publicans of the highor intellect Rhode Island 8 ual cast, It has boon a sort oi po TJ1K HOJfr.T F.VH1C. 8 Florida Georgia. litical gospel. 24 n ox-chan- - caji. his ... ..." ' '"- c, - . ::i.M to n rc ' iMfedMr. Lfti.drtu.i hae iceent! o you doing 'Here! Wh at their. there!" he shouted. ynd Mr. tJcniJMon "Partaking j,ome, at licau oir, mibs. Tim two a fdisht lunch. f'lii'ilifs in j.hic eii..ftti( u io each Will 3 oil -ioin. mo V ' the train n- no- , '"'' w'.nt t.ood iP'M.ts, 1fe H Old l.'.nn wmilil jUHi n other iluriMH lie tit Ui'ili' . ..li ,mciy responded conic ui t'' il"i a " upl !'v I! li 4:ilt.i t'oneuciilly ovorv- - fi.ver cnidcinic in :i;'Uiiii;s soinc "No ; I don't want any of your hac ' ted in tho Commercial when thot bodj lias been ntiHU.li cotton hn0 yesirs ao, in wnicii both were !p- - illaiuous feed." ' !w ...., .... .. I'rjl i!niii v iifirnI 1. li.. .. 'u;ii j ii'H. Uh... m, Vi In the Knigutfi ot I rondr injunc wa taca tion eaae, the plaint. firt, Cia. A.. to be exnectcd. lh.it son ofh Harding and wife, or rather the' father ha ing remarked "that rhpn parties who rjro !. i.m.i t' in, l:io '.I'o rest got tired making gtate. 1 -- !.. ' fall vm Siier. Tliere have beeu uo n.ore tart XflOMor Eu-- . Hag dev4h.pmeutB X oi. Grant's com . ;...ti ith i A 1 !iabi!fjJ!!W' Shfe52?wwaasi AK (4r Jleflr X3iUtu;. Aid I1,lK Viipinn TUtxL- - ,!,: . t''a irs. Dr. Iandnun, ... Ult.".'': ........ ...T. iew .. ' e. yc h:ve been permitted J,, u-..i- b "" ' ' H 'l "" f- -. I j to read mnwHTrtnlw str--i l .'oim 1 For Mitrift. B . v- k'dlki frtfs (if S HvSTAK MISSrY ' A eentleman on East Fourth .1 .?!.... n. ar;.r,id u i?up Mt ,.r.rti - tioo.r a . . nagt "uiwnaftl to annone bhofW 0 nR- Vm l.er - at 1 1. .v. ...,-..t- viKUlllR AtlCUHl BW- .. didaie lor , tu , . & vi C- wz&msm1 &&&& 9.1-a- Id'ic Qi o; W "Jti:: ';, '... c'tn. ' i'Wion.wwnty at tiio Klirnl Si:imtrrlio, liufa.. i b ry liup.il. ninl 1 i. , A LMtnrc n sli 1- 1 bus-inas- -- doh'vor-fiJC-lottor- ers f their reft f ''l':,r hnnaoholds. Mrs. writCB to the illusfeelingly of her vi.-i-t trious and venerable couple. She look well, gays iIr :ilul a nuie loneiy una sau, ana ue bat thinks they are really poor. Tho plantations of Mr. Dais have been under water for weeks, and are sun so. a iter reauing Mrs. Landrum's letter a feeling of Bad ness came over us, and we couldn't keep from censuring tho Southern people for their indifference to- Maru jii. luviB nnu ins iamny, and wo hope ere long to see some movement set on foot which will at least enable him and his noble companion to spend their last days on earth comfortably. Thoy de serve tins much, and more, at tho hands of the people in the South. Jcftcrson Davis is one of the noblest, purest and ablest men that this country has ever pro duced. He ie, indood, a statesman of statosinen and a patriot of patriots, and we believe that were tho people of tho South acquaint ed with his true condition, they would render such aid as hio ne cessities demand. -- vIrs-I)avij y toward tho tramp, Btill Kitting 3. P. Q'DAOTEL, M. D., on the atcp. "Don't get oxeited, sir; don't H!3 PROFESSIONAL get excited; think a minnto. Aren't OFFERS to tha eilisttii of Hickman nuil you mistaken in calling mo a Ticlnltj. Offlce Corner ro&n In Lacledo Ilouec. hound r" "No, I'm not ; and I'll "But, my dear sir, yon are mis" taken ; I am uo hound, I'm a qni-otlset-tor.- "That's ro; it is protty tough kind of fodder. I just got it out Of your kitchen. Yonr wife must be doing her own cooking now." "What's that, yon infernal hound!' exclaimed the angry man, starting iiiil I'll. Moitnl til I I - .1 Iih i authorial to xmiont.ee M. V. c 1 FAllfcU.ai a camluktu for th offiffc of thor I fythriMKi.TB J. CI h' . tl.KLL, il 1 au'Mlrr. !' !, Sheriff Hilton county. Th rlJ in Au- anthor. tt "hi HtliulraVIn fr .n I.m . . n Ictnrv, i It irlt xt. jJUt tit . f " ' , Uiat tl." uatul ;jr " t n it.i.- ttfut i.m t t.i I.kIj, t.iU(.".s, ittiiniaiit, ratlnn, i. . . r 1 ! pointing .iiit a luodp f ..ui ut (rctfai, .v wuirhcYory jaf.tcr, n i a vl it hia may car liit runditiun imt .f m. . i .j, 'j atv' r.i4Kally. . J. a- -S iHTTkU UtHT mil frmta Uuut Fpilr- i- We w mp.'.libiuBU ti. MarrniK' nal Vitkctw, I Abiu, InttHuni ml mt, Ner;". . t. STr - (iiro. Ti fiiirai til r i -- i Ihi. - it, KJtoa .j in.! r.i M-.- -- f'r i . ! Prl8ssi6sul Csrfls. t, !, .. f cviitc, or two jtajr drx.. oa rt i.t cf A!iTi ftmi E TU IA ER W ELL M EPICAL CO., Til 4 1 Aua t . haw .rx. S. Y. ; fwtt 6Vc Bo. 0 Sbt tadr VMtl.. ta !r pUta Tfciji. to nay a! PBALSa 1 The gentleman crazed at tramp in admiration, and loft him to mush his lunch. db. A. tho HICXKAN, a.. :fa.:ris, Family Groceries; AXD PHYSiCAN AND SURtiEON, KENTUCKY J WO. Naot starta off with a littlo car(jrocriM and Family Supplier fle" bis rrofsuaionul SerYitf3 tt toon in llarpor'a Veokly ropro-sontin- g "VFKRS taititil of Hickman and Tioialty. erally. tho ICcpnhlicaii Elephant J&mlfi-'fias broken down and prostrate under tho Blaino nomination Blaino being represented by a horsoahoc magnet on tho back of C. tho boaet. Tho inscription beneath tho picture is, "Too Heavy to Oar- cri&xzlzi T9 tft Elabo of ATTORNEY AF LAW of i"ihiug Net, ftlned", Lines, HooVm, nnd Ul JuwJi Tekle and bupjilice, at aLay-gain-. J O H EANDLE FOE.SA.I5E VMW J Logan TiBitod Blaino at his homo Collector, in Augusta, Maine. Monday, and Real Eatat8 Agont Will Carry Ohio SpKtiu! Dt.paUh to thf ( ommitihl 1 - Post-Expres- s, is-stro- u, l &.. 7 , 1 Nnw Yokk. June 23. Governor Hoadly, of Ohio, is in the city today. To a reporter ho waid that ho has no political business whatever in the East, having conio on with his family to attend the commonco- ment exercises of tho Yale law school, where ho is to deliver an address and also to pay a visit for a few days to his maternal uncle, Wool- sey, ot Yale College. "Will you sec Mr. Tilden while you are here ?" asked the reporter. "I probably shall do so on my return from New Haven." "Do you still think it the duty of the Democratic party to nominate Mr. Tilden despito his declination t" "I think as I have always thought that the nomination of Mr. Tilden would bo by far the strongest that the party could mako. I have always been a Tilden man and for tho 'old ticket,' and if it is truo as it soeins to bo that tho 'old ticket' is ontirely out of tho roach of the Democrats, no one can regrot that fact moro doepby than I." "What aro tho prospocts of tho Democrats in Ohio !"' "I believe thoy aro good, or rather I may say that I think thoy were never t.o good iu a Presidential year as thoy aro now ; and I will add that I think this opinion will bo emphasized by the work Of the convention, for I cannot seo how tho party with so many admi-rnbl- o cnndfdfttcH to chooso front", and much excellout platform material can fritter its chances away. Yes, sir, we i.hall carry Ohio iu October. Mark what I say." nt mado a bloody shirt apcech to a HICKMAN, KY. largo crowd f peoplo who called on him. Blaino threw opon hia SST Will tttond promptly to all UsI him in JioulWtMori honso and invitod all who could bib antreitad Northwestern Tonnesass Klnekj d mo to come in and shake hands do Sp.cinUtlatjoniivoal.hi inveeligt, with Logan. Tho recoption lasted tic af Land titles, nnd tht parchno Usng till a lato hour. alt r Kiftl Betate. Tho unit nilo makes tho Now York delegation solid for Cleveland, perhaps on tho first and sec & R. T. Tyler, ond ballots. After that, if Clove-lan- d doos not appear to bo tho winning man, the voto of the delXai?s. egation ia likoly to go to Bayard. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Tnero is a fortnno in so Binall a thing hb a device for fastening a ATTEKP TO ALL DU81XSB3 necktie. One of the patents in strutted t thtir ears. that lino has just boon sold to & 0Ce Millet Block. yS-'company for 1,000,000 in cash and royalties that may amount to that much more. M&s Ktnt for asfe, at a ahdifcUfauWe of baran. it tlitliwer FARIS h PARKEQ- - jBonthirani IKtITM Brewry, IjereljaijSs, h'J M. refcwAtfrr? Corrissioa Kp Ll&K. CZMEXT. Attorneys at ElCZHAJf, alrrmja an hnoi, ?rs ' BC-I'LI T. PLAETU ES, GRASS HEEDS, CLOVtt TTlll make lihfru.1 adirsees sate er ehipruc-- i. Cere, &., uioh4 fr tr $. tVsvtx 73 Tho Ynncelmrg Conner has 0. TVHooa been told of a Laurel count' farmer who plows corn with his daugh- ATTORNEY AT LAW ter, having her fastened to tho plow in fliich a manner that she is KY. MCKXAKt compelled to pull this horse instrument through tho rock and !JrC0LLBCTr0X5 prtmptly realltt roots as he dirocta. )AkttrAols of tit!$ a sptjl&Uy. Tho youngest petitioner for ever appearing in conrt is John Taylor, of Louisville, aged HICKMAN MARBLE W0EK 17, who seeks to havo the marriago tio dissolved between him and his H1CXMAK, KT. wife Josio, whoso ago is given as di-vor- SE3aMo J.W.BOGESS. BEPS all kieds of elal csd faay G Die aa bia aid eavtoraar:, then i priee Bad Will ka pltattd nci will bstb b.1( qslitj. Cs.ll aui e aa. "Qsi;k bihe and tnail Cocrelioneris. BOCBBIE8,It ?rit. fjia4f UA."35T2D. n't becadorsold TIIMIIBIEIR, 1 13. Gen. n. II. Briatow says that he it to bo his duty n a llopnb-lica- n not to voto for Blaino. ife IS tho man wlfo ifireTfrthTnrtlio'Tn: famous whisky riug frauds during feolB 33 2J islsasea-as- j Drfit-C- fl 3 Ql 8a&. Crea on Pwtug roa.l. tj nrcjj M P. iXJtfASOS, - fB fw MaHBI.S All C. Datw &Co,5t Loci;. Uo 1TAL1A5 aX AWBI3AH - Grant's administration. A Blaino organ in Massachu- UOXUHSHT3, 70UB AJ(D 01iA.V2 wtetj if Sprl-- ' I'1ptf to th Cocrir.or'wl J o ,................ ... Jloro 3711 sir JPrapltoMed. . ...12 ; Thoso who approheud serious colored man : trouble at Chicago, by studying 3. If any nogro or mulat- the abovo table, will see that anti- Sbc. to, bond or free, shall horeaftor ultras are in the majority. Thore come into this State and remain fighting, but no split. ton days with tho evident inten-- 1 will ho sharp tion of residing in the same, every JXcIl'H 3lo such negro or mnlattOj shall bo A band of murderers, thieve deemed guilty of high misdemean- and outlaws has been broken up or, and for the first offense shall in Montgomery county, Tenn., the bo lined the sum of $50, to bo re- county of which Clarksvillo is the covered before any Justice of tho camtal. The nana consisted o Peace in tho county where said Mr. Ransom Morrow, his two sons, negro or mulatto may be found. Win. Morrow and Charles MorSaid proceedings shall bo in tho row, Win. Outlaw and David Horn. niimo of tho people of tho State Tho narties Uvea npar uqkwoou of Illinois, and shall bo tried by a Their crimes extend, over a period jury of twelve men. of more than twonty years, and dnnmr all that time thoy have nialiioV .NfibstitntO. committed many crimes, including nopklKHTUlo EtntueVUn' a nnmber of murders, ami tne Jas. G. Blaine was drafted but people who could have' exposed he promptly hired a substitute and them have been alraiu to o so like a plumed knight, gallantly jSear tho Morrow homo is a cave His snbsti- - in which the plunder of the band . marched to tho rear. tuto, a young man named Brad- was concealed, and within tho ford, whilo Btationod in Elaine, cave is a supposed bottomless pit was detected hi dishonest practi called as above "TTVll's Hole." In d ces and and sent tMs holo the dead bodies of tho to tho penitentiary for seven years murdered were thrown. Ovor a After the war, whilo Blaino was dozon dead have been in tho Legislature, he had tho thrown into it.bodies Tennessee West Stato of Maine to refund him the T III JJ. $200 paid his substitute. Republicans, behold the war record of Tho Clarksvillo Chronicle pro nounco3 this a gross exaggeration your candidate. thcro boiug no evidence that more The Coming Hyo Crop. than one body as ovor thrown Brooklyn Eag!. There aro two very promising into the cave. . crops this year tho wheat crop and the crop of Independent voOregon ters. The latter will be a wry crop tion, tho has held its State oloc result being in favor of for tho Republicans. me ttcpuuucans ; Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama hold August; TI' Tlckols Foreign l'ellcy. Maine and Vermont follow in SepPlttsUurRbthronlcU. Mr. Logan in this campaign will tember; tho October States this doubtless bo assigned to the func- year are Ohio, Goorgia and West tions of in ordinary Virginia, these beingtho last elec;to the British lion. tions boforo November. " court-martialetail-twister introduced the following, which became a. law. It shows his appreciation of tho t, Ohio 22 48 350 Total Tho convention to nominate a Democratic candidate for Con gress, in the third district will meet iu Bowling Green, J uly Llth. -- J The Eads Jotties at tho mouth of tho Mississippi havo proved a success. With tho exception of 1,600 feet thoro is a depth of waHla Fntnre rnrbe. Dolawarc Democrats held their Ckics TUm. ter of forty feet, and in tho 1,C00 er rt Moraine Jo?rl. convention Tuesday and forurlly The Democratic roosteri will foot thoro is a minimum dopth of wiien up Salt nver presented Bayard to tho country' ploaso got ready to Grover'Gleve-land- . ovor 31 foot. This is what a ' as a candidate for tho 'residency. he will take tSar-routc- . Government survey shows. Y-ro-cent The New York Sun says: If somothiug more was wanted ! Yer!i 9n. We have reserved to the lost finally to disgust one with Wall frighten him away from j that veteran Democrat, thot ac street and it, this something was admirably comnlished and spotless gentle Tho failure of man, Thomas F. Bayard, oi Dela done last week. ware. There would bo amoi men reputed to bo in itself a strong disturb- Democrats of tho old school a is satisfaction if the con ing element, but when tho possi- wide-spreability of their failure is indignant- vention should determine to nom ly denied by tho failing men them- inato Mr. Bayard. A few years selves within a few hours of their aco, tho fact that in tho conflict of making an assignment the busi- tho civil war, his sympathies, hko ness community is placed in tho those of Senator Loiran, ot nil position of a paymaster's heavily nois. aro believed to have at first laden chest carried into tho camp inclined toward tho sido of the of cow boys and road agents. Tho j Conferato States, was justly ro commotion produced by the cir- carded as interposing some ob cumstances of Commodore Garri- stacle in tho way of his nomina son's failuro was of tho most tion ; but that feeling, wo believe, alarming character. When confi- has been almost obliterated by tho dence in public statement of facts hand of time. Mr. Bayard stands is gone tho whole business cdifico honored of nil mon and of nil parof a community falls to pieces. ties ; and, if ho should bo chosen When it bocomos evident that no by tho Democracy as their leader plain, trnthful statement of facts in tho impending struggle, tnofact from any millionaire bank Presi- would bo v.'olcomed by thousands dent or railroad President can be with a joy that would not bo felt obtained. Every man with sound at tho success of any one of tho mind locks up in his safe tho rea- other gentlemen whose status and dy cash he has got, and sends to prospects wo have now impartialJericho every' business except ly considered. that of which he- has absolute conThoro is a controversy whether trol himself. It is the fault of lying millionaires, bank Presidents tho term "woman" or "lady" i8 tho and railroad magnates that tho de- proper one to apply to the feminials now are accepted as confir- nine human boing. The authorimation. The momentary liurry ties differ on tho question, but thn created iu the stock market on weight of testimony is in favor of Saturday morning has also fore- a division according to applicacast the collapse of two or threo tion. Sometimes "woman" 13 tho important Wall street firms, but proper term and sometimes "lady" the last hour of business fairly is better. For instance: "Virtu- suggostcd the probability of our ous lady" and "pretty lady" would or not sound neht. "Yirtuono wn. hearing of thorn man" and "pretty woman" would bo bettor. Tho colored pooplo are given to uso the term "colored laTho Democrats of Louisiana ex- dy," which, in polite socioty, is repross a desire that Mr. Tilden be garded as a little Many offered tho Presidoncy, whether aro called ladios who are not in ho wants it or not. any sonso of the term. j 0f them are women. Better call her The St. Louis supports Blaino under protest. "woman" and mako uo mistake. What kind of support can that bo? Poolle irMtdRtial ran. arch-millionaires An IiJrR.1 nwutaninn. d in an interviow said ho thought tho outlook for tho Democratic party bettor than for twonty years. "I am satisfied that tho people want a change, and if wo put forward a good man it will bo all right." He said ho thought Cleveland was likoly to be tho choice for first place; regarding tho second place ho thought Morrison or Palmer, of Illinois, would probably bo tho best man to bo found. Tho Star this evening says Indiana Democrats have not abandoned the idea of running llon-drick- s for Governor. Voorhoos and soveral prominent Democrats have started for Indianopolis to urgo upon him tho duty of making ono more sacrifice for the party. A prominent Indiana Democrat is quoted assaying; "I think Hendricks will consent to run when we all show him tho importance of u. it's ins wile that puts him np to tho notion lie has been slightod. She pursuados him that ho ought to havo had tho Presidential nomination, and its under her influence that ho ban said he would not run for Govornor. We hope to get him on the tickot yet; but if ho won't run, I know one just as good who will. Dan Voorhoos will head tho ticket. Ho novor pulls back when his party pulls forward, and there's no man that can stir Indiana Democrats up Hko him. If Tom Hendricks won't run, thon wo will put Dan up,andsweop tho to-da- Wabiiinoion, June 23. Mr-Holma- upon r bfor t' c SOifeof '"Ofl, setts mnkou thia thrilling appeal: OTOWHB. . Me ni. 1S54, in uy lrro, with Mr. 'Every postoftlco in this Stale II V fin will bo in the hands of Democrat p line lot tirar&ait Mai 'is Kol.ua. EAVIXC rsoslrod aMarblo, i ofim noxt summer if wo falter now.'' Itlin C&ll and azaa:xa te rt all orders. Tho Tlondorson STews unys that r rrk G,MX) square miles, or about lfi Ordari fran the onnt7y roiutlT " per cent, of tho ontiro area of a ay2G 25cts Lower ihaB tlie Lowest Kentucky, was placod nndor proI hfte no clrk xpigsi no itero rt hibitory laws by tho lato Legislaand pay ca"li for nil isysGrocerirs. nd. ture. tbrsfcr cn noil aa cheap ag ihs tu i; Heel brands of TiOrsbrj ntC Loa Tho State Prohibition convenSGflHOB H'lR HUTS Mar Flcnr, '26 cenla cheaper than the lew , tion will moot in Louiovillo, Julj-3rdJOKtf WiTTit. t. to select delegates to tho National Oonvontion, to bo held at SALE AND LIYERY STABLE FA SI&ieABlLS: Pittsburg. iit-crpre-jrt(- ho!'in; t I'.WC fcafai UW Annul. Kolits.: decn-rv- ', re rquK'el to 6t n elxi.;, pciw.-.- a VJrs H;''' i 11 . Capt. Silas F. iTilTer, of Louis ville, will not support Blaine and BOOT AND gives it as Ids candid opinion that SHOE tho tattooed man cannot be elect ed. 3.k,sdsfction April. SHOP. and Troy s2 u wZA S 1 HA II EARIS r.nl Sftle ipAIiKErv, hlr STREET, "T7"EEP3 conbtautly oa hand, fcr KENTUCKY A)ucs, ITorth IVwl corner ol Mohhjw HOP.BBS, UUGGIE3 and HACKP. HaTing pnrchasud tec sihlde, berfao East niukmao, Ky., and entirs outfit of W. B. Plnmster su.trJHitcd. wo propose to continue the business, and solicit patronage BROWN'S 1RQH W. DIESTELBJRIKK BOOTS AND SHOES. Family Groceries. spacQ lo name all arliclos, but no iroublo to show goods, andome sad soo, at tho coraor of Troy B. GLAZIER. Kocp3 in 6lock iho very Dest Mctfr'a;, nnd ieepa only the best workmen. lTorlc grmanteed. Kcpnirinj; solicited BITTERS rlllre dyspepsia.heartbam, malaria, kidney disns, lirer complaint, mxI other wasting diseases. "VJ"0 LTJ THE and Moscow Avenue. East BARTER Hickarv, Kj GR0CERY- --.- BROWH'S iAMILY eROOERY M. Q. (DAYIS1 OLD 8TAND.) Stato." JUDGE. k0Uie -- - Mlylnrlcs. Now York, June 23. Twenty-fiv- e Slorxnon BITTERS enriches the blood and purifies tha system; cure weakness, Uci of caergy, etc. Try bottle. of all kinds of Family GxoczKino, whi'tb n will sell ns low ns tha loivoat. He ie r dy at all times lo exchango Groceries cash price for lint lor, Epss, Chicken-anor kind of marketing thai the farn- rrsenils may linnj in. Tb hicbeBl mr ket price always paid J. M. MONTGOMERY & BPO y -- J. M. MONTGOME11T, anne to bis MiR.opened afriendsand freshrablie and the new snpn ho has t lUkiniaf STAPLE Bsnally loin to-da- y off-colo- r. verts, 401 Scandinavians nnd 100 English, arrived iu tho steamship Arizona, on route for Salt Lake City under charge of Chief Elder C. II. Nye. As the steamor reached tho dock a roll, call was held and each elder was" detailed to his respective post. Tho young women looked listless as tho elders rushed among them giving orders. Elder C-- II. Nye said: converts I bring are not all recent accessions, some having bqen members of the church over thirty years, who, through lack of means, other causes, have been unablo to como aero sooner, l am now going back to Utah to remain there, and within a short time of our arrival a fnrther relay of will bo sent to Europe to keep up the work. I considor that I havo been very successful. ol-de- rs missionaries, with 501 con- AND FANCY GROCERIES In & first-tln- u FK- prices. rxKOY CAIfDIBS, MNCE-MZA-A kipt mbot HASHYIIiLE Oliattanooga -- Anti itao TEAS, T, BRGWM'S IRON PICKLSS QMTS CRAA'BERMBS, UOJUIJfT, 3C WT C yt& Florida BITTERS U the only Iron preparation thai does not color the teeth, and will no! cause headache or constipatioiii m other Iron preparations vrilU Sngar, Coffees, Soaps, dze. W?"WiJJnotbo undoriold. n l pay foil price for Butter, Zgga, &o RRQM'S IRON TIVOLI HALL. oxo Tctio She Jos. SK3, oxo nd N, C. & SL T2io L. R'y. Proper. 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