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' jKVflsSsHlknBfP'lHl iF3sitBssBr 'Flti5RSs TlBfv -- stlBBBBBsMu "b - TSMr '4 WKBKxSB.bK HssHKHKSsHiHisr - PHBk Fine Job 'Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. 9f-Usn- BuilIpfirCUatbn Street. tA v. &"&. 7,., ' -- SL'i ' ? -- - .ft smiSBfllLr ii .tiBsbW1 iJaWMtW. 8ALB BILLS, ENVELOPES, i. t f K J- BILL-HEADS, XiEa?TE3R-ECE-A.XS- iJ r y i f '. ritiCEosiawcpjiTio, V"f i ' 3 OEORSE-WARREN- , - Jn v. 1, Editor. t. j. ' ? -. $1.30. .ESTABLISHED HiRttcr to ood HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTTj .. IJI! ELAINE'S IIKCOKD. - g; k ? ' T . . , x WIFE. A'.tttJVVr i nil i uui "lie, in me sr.riug ot iii.ii , 2i J? SoRvlnKaitaa ATra Wharo fopjjjtj.tbe aV lynnu storn 1 gnJ5ar!"st0rniy" wca wort's iui up tr;fuhcrr ill"- -. i It weather, HiUtarcryi efts! jnlnvfound. wrong tninoxror; A Step at a tlm?. a step at a time. But onward, onward ever, I. DcKXvAfr"'-Twa' onward, onward ever. s ? 1, tiWffwSafwfhna-rfSliprtsnifrmp- Jiiillinnrf. Ten nevwr fai 1 ma tlre. rscn now coma 1 untnisri cThcsold wo raiul&r the honor" nndfrftnt;. Arc they not all for jou. Sweet wife. Are they not air for you? I VearcstJ youarereneverjialf podear,. t t. .- ' Whatever lictlde, be sure youll bo mfi.1 love oj my nenrt ana lasr, wife. i HrH lovD)r.my hcarj ud lolJ. " tr.Tfimyjuid-ilJIlcat-an- And felt I could grasp with a worthy band The.'blcssiugS'Of to,wcrnnd fume, , Uearwife, Tho blessings of povv or aud fame. y &"! f, ' '? nll now whehi gather Urn frultsgf life, whercTiongci toMand. " ' T"hdtahd t hat jou were to mv heart and hund, " wife. - lip.-it- Si'c . -- inl ' t, 1 ", i cm , - tHe-pa- 4.i-i- f iWir- I. -- V cirly settlers jaid the permanent foundation Jor and glp"rjof .our fjresenZ civilization -- a'civilizafion with itpiaguijieeut chucches, its4splendid Echoil buddings, ik palatial, gas-lighte- W(i7edtroads leading to log cabins, the . TIIEl'IOEEIt'Jj EXEMY. Amidst peril1; and privation, with d one railroads, aiulUpecrlees Hoating palaces on our waters, its macadamized drives, its )aveditie7, its. telegraph '.anil telephone, its. music of machmerv, light to'l3a?h' Out a blare and jgLclorv oej: o'.cncc, art andlitqratu.re, and a)T .tlie nionjimfcnt-of human grandeur bf Avhieh ve ate "s(j often wont s dwellings, its clf'gant, .easy toaqhe-s'o-u in iHlll-Xini- almost unlimited forests and the streams that, jneander n. along- - fiuke fatal.to raa"uand.ibeastP'6nin tercjting and most significant fact in . . relation to me locality and habitat of 1 . tfferenijred aii tiOTisc'erefpbison. .... M. i ims.qeatu-poiso- n, n;ir mail, wsw iiku a uruuu oroomsuca immediately afferHlie cultivation of the n lien tested by his power. In his strug- soil. , Itcaiipearcd unableto nernetuato gles 'with the disease he was extremely ''Jtsaggresive and dangerous life where, restless, so that no ordinary eflbrt could lucsiihlight of heaven' was permitted restrain him in bed. He would roll b3' to.shine.. iThcrefore, through the stal- onto the floor ami roll back and forth, wart energy and enterprise of the from one side of tho room to the other. woodman and his 'the dark, gloomy The struggle was terrible to. behold; and infected forests, which it claimed but the physical giant. Jack Bowman, as its home, havebeen transformed into was forced to yield to the overpowering waving lielcU and 'cliccffuf pastures enemy. and this. pestilential poison, whatever it Any attempt, on the part of a man been, lias forever Taken its not fullv recovered from an attack, to Sight-anits dangers are no longer felt f walk or run fast would induce a' par or feared. oxysm of trembling, attended by great - The. qtensivo wild range in the new rniiscular prostration and debility. He cogutrjr v;i? exceedingly rich in enne-- i Mould l:e compelled to hit down and jnikc3 iu winter and the wild I rilSt. or fall down. ..AeJli-e 'its only in places where the soil was still in virginstatcanduhatyt-aisanpeare- is that it .occurred ftp nave at PxirHiKunarj-ununvmuil,i tle ou ntlucn e in tbtfpsiiuinr torifutiuiituss. V tilihrirVg. clii'6. in tho t'.rhe llit of thi-sQpiuion f tu I"i'. Mr. limine "w.11 have to answer beforo Uv tan be elected to the I'rw jency lAhit In the prtinr of 1 a bill to re-a-tow tii land trQintto tho JiitUoltbek &. Ko traith Hai'rond a befre tho Soiise i f lteprcentatie. An attempt to de-pthe bill by an an ndiri'MU uit-- t m the gucCe8fui w bun Mr. Itiaine. pmt (,t tlIi Snpftltpr. sent it li .Miriil !W-nmake tho p.nt of order that the , , ,nanc to the n(B0.Mln,nt as not ,,urIM,, orthe bill. This point of order wan raUed. than a hundred ears. nro. and as. etni- - slaKer ll.uuia iirompUy sutulni it, nuu tlio lr. lllatuo tit oneo gjratiou tiowud westward It vas Xotinu Uivwtt thurttby uvod. cnlllntr attention to wroto4o the promoters lo'cslst1 irT Tcnricssceriventucky, and Jhe&errico he had rendered thuin. and Analsome has prcvatled In thce btatcs, as wen ly, aftera reward negotiations, secured from them as as in Indiana, Illinois. Missouri, Ala- ajrent in Maine of his appoiutmunt as soltiiur the bo ids of the road, on and reo-iv- ed a niunborof fcuch bama. Virginia, and perhaps several commi-aiobonJ as hi porrenta'je. The leading features L Western-Stateother than those men? of toi-- , tra.iti(ii4uiippeured in two letter-- of hK aiteiwarl male public, datel respectio-l- i There jarp no statistics acjCCtsSJbleirom theJune 'J9 nd letober i, ltW. These chaws, iNtcon'ends, were amply pro ved by the which we niav le'arn the fatality of this Ci idenre cube uently taken Ov the Conjrre- .... .. . k.lrli..l .A.n...... noison. in . man or beat. One of t. .., -wuiuiiiicv, .1 . . . . . . r Loungi! jir. jiiuiue assorw1! il ' n(,s " ana.r rtti ",li .." "l ae ll?uX T?1 lMe lue oiliest inhabitants as truthful P honorable as he is aged -s- tates that' aVf hc'uSe ra"w " Another chaw renouted br the Pout ro- in the history of tho city of an early day 1SW Kvansville, "when much of the present coanUthiaMr lt.aineliifriend-,.- made an offer to one oi Mn. I isher. iit was occupied b- - native forest, hp tenty-fourt- ot lii rai.roadsell him u half AVarrvn lloetoa, to of one in tho Northern PacitJe centor-o- f interest coltld walk froni tho present Itiitroad linineiiatelv alter Jay Cooke cono business present suburb?, a tract "had been perlectcd ami tho additional of two miles, on the bones of ani- legislation had been obtained," he luulny, ho mal which had died from "trembles." said, come mto control of tbtt tnterost "bv a b range reoltitiou of circumstance." , Another states that an entire family. 'a amount or btock which this wouhl renres-nt- Tno wife, seven children and two grand- he said, yronlil be f li:.,U. nd the numtter of land nearly parents, was swept away m a single acres or "was a very r75.(M).on:The chanc-.- " b" and. rare ho couldn't touch IV but he ottered it to Mr. Fisher tor by this scourge. 5.).0 O. Mr. accepted a'ld paid fio Tho history of a single cae will jbe money, but lor s wo iinexplaineil nlfic:eut to illustrate the fact that the 6toc wa! aeer dcdered. aud Mr. reason the Ifla.n the money. greatest ph icalitrength,whpn brought The peculiarity ot thts transaction is thin mto the unequal combat, was power romted out. Tho nuthoriretl stock or fie les-to resist the fatal ellects of jhis ter"ortheni Taettlc Hatlroad was f iGo.em.uk). with rible auy deadly malady. 1 witnessed, fcmn-rs- ofa land irrant estimated by tbo ( .ni'iii-. at 4;,tKK.09- acr. when a boV, the suflerings and death of The bne of Vublic Ijind 2.0J0 nu'es lonir. and the road was a neighbor from this poison. His musf t the time of Klaine s letter to Tishcr it Ni)r, beinsr built on a cular strength was much greater than ii"h'ch wonld ha e mad"bonds at $2Mi of mile, v a bonded debt f that of ordinary men. Though not ap- As the Spoaaer of the IIoum; mutt be 'parently.a large man, his frame was taken to have knonn about tbouircumUices road tlje cone usion is that offer compact, his form was symmetrical, his of Jthe On the oxpectioa that heh wvull was ba-eredemusJes were iirm.and-ainusuall- y cti! e almost as a flft a share in. an enterprise Ut pendent for its value on in which veloped, and his power seemed phe-- he had taken part. .Mr. Hlanie'fr defence n,oiuenal., IIifstrength was )articularry,' the transfer was never actually made, i he that ( manifested in atlilelic contests and at considers does not oCect in any way the nature of the offer. !;" lollin's where a handsnikn. sufli. The next chanre Is that Mr filatno "obcient to resist the strongtli.of an ordi tained c rtain letter, which there 1s ery u e s tfic plaw wjicra juiiad its in an?wer"to tl'cir questions as to whether the neighborhood watjgubled with it, the in variably received Che assurance that lie dUeisu rdidKjt eist there, but 'ovcr.it Jones', ianii-.t;r- s tiivciuiics nncai, ii was u;iu; then appeared to be rcaily to sup prics3ituejCMtpnce othisiuspsc .nonr thtnifas commercial nion aad new&ba- jiers arc to suppress tho CMStyiye of niilemio nr nnntFti115 illi'"lftsl in tlu The grtat inai is oi biiinc was known Jtl orth CarolltlR Jaioni hab-it;it:on;t- MlipoNonnusk' Xrrrlblo ltonublloan Indictment of th principle was, located, ahc stovy ha, ? rrcHldcntlal Cnndldttc. becti,'cur?eiit for thirty yctrs'that !TVo months rtk?o tho XowVorJt Fvatin? Port or land buyers, seeing homes in Iprlnieu ji cuiiu nuu evriouu revipw oi Jir. uhmuuu'mis, wiiirn wero main- -' the WcsJ. found k tcrj' dlftgulttoaitdi. Ifnralucel ninnrauanrioutu-onvii- t I'V tho that "Iris re- tlOHlar-flel-'rlborh- determine iiuA -- in whftl nar-- I '.. tra"v-ele- is upflth I'flco tDnsidere 1 an auditcious proccoJin?, which din oniy oe nceouiueu ior uy upiHjtuiir nun in the t.oerniniiU or uny other." whi u.iui tr t- 'not sulScIcnt conSdonce In h! VnowleJreof An lid iaiT the rules to matte the olnt. but he said Gen"j" j. fiat eral Logan was opposed to the Fremont "Have from MfchallvM bobeme aud would probably mak'- tho point. I sent my iwpe to Ucneral Loan with tho ran? He in suggestion and be at ouce muJo the point. 1 axpectm , iSiMfcwyipfo, fronr liwn." It. and eo could not do otherwise thnu Ha(C atWre3a,to tho bill was freed from the m "chievous mov-by Jul an nul at once ihe clerk Vf; Northern Mickiran pst-otlicc- by anieudinent passed without objection. At that time I had adLdjr who, upon receivitMrsa' never seen Mr. Caldwell but you can tell him a "tnankA'e, letter. that without knoHing it I d.d him a great JmkjG IJi.ujfE. Sincerely yours, W. Jr., 1U , No. 24 India street, Ilos-to- '' "ScC J Mf1lstranJlk-f'5lSrwill be seen from this that he bad been conrso It J already talking ol tlii- - "po.tof liiterot" to turcil to nt 4iro. Flstier, but was eajrer to brine It to I aM well's "Well, I )houId reraarkC Tiiutlaely notice. So he wrote attain on the same day. this limespeakiu? of the lull trankly as "your was a spea jogaM If ohe hada!t (Kir.her") bill." At this date Mr. 1'he.ps. says "the transaction was nearly ceivcd thai teu she'd have given me clofd." It ma hare been, but Mr Illaino's uiopaiuvit iMoran s h tory. eAiwctatlons were not closed JSRmeh ii A-xl- )f ' r lb: jr1 l ,.;., r' ak; cHirtrr 'SSS? if, Pmm ABrVH lWirtrl i i1ERifc'JLTi re - v. iWlf ' twr1 E7'v.'r-gsffi-i'- . yjsWlL, .. J r PJRliaf YmmyQQi'-w:-Mn'fr.iJkjL . . t - , f .tk' " --l-ii.' "JkM fa mLiuuuuuumrTr. JIB- Mmm - JW ' m - j--r -- .(---.iv ! itfr-- Iff ' " i a u 4i tBIPBH, e TlMtsallim -- t i i i3NrvTCT.a:iOaTs, an OjBLXZj . . ETC.. ETO, AJfD SZJX3 TJU ; Cannyywe're. . : Y ... aofniirv gviuia .. 'Tim Mi ii ..ar.BWTf.vf-aTaWnHBBlBWL- Wirh a WmbTi S fa-o- r. sor.'ad n jQJB"2LfflHBrTBijD"' inmMtJWnmbcrm.etlvr hn -- oycar, doi;t7?,irfin-S ro' 0 s " .. .. . K- X'w'A h to-th- e dis-tauc- parties named mill) Ml) as circumstance wUUperoiTUKlJiuulosn jon a part of the 9 contulnlns the point to whlotrlEJ qferred at some loiiKtii in my previous letter of You will rind It of Interest to road it over, and see what a narrow cope jour bill made on that last uUbt of the setion. "f course it was my plain duty to make tho ruling when the p uiit was once raised. If the Arkansas men had not. however, happened to come to mo when at their wits" end. aud in depalr. th" bill would undoubtedly have been lost or at least postponed for n veer 1 thought tho point would Interest both ou and CnldwolL though occurring boforo cither of you enraged in the enterprise. I beg you to understand that I thoroughly apprecatc the cour-ttswith which iou have treated uie in this railroad matter, but tour conduct toward me in business matters has always been marked by unlounded liberality in past years, and of cour e have naturall eoino to the conclusion to epoct the s ime ot you now. You iinre me to make as much as 1 fair!) can out Into which we have enot the tered. It is natural that I should do my utmost to this end. I am bothered by only ona thing and that is deOnite and expressed arrangements with Mr Caldwell. I am anxious to so juire the interest he has promised me. But I do not get u definite understanding ith U to-dnv Aur.Us-r3Ie.. Oct. 4, Mk. FibltKK: hind inclosed v. 1K contracts Of the ttci ofjesterday. The Mv DEAn NomatterJ III.llI jyir. of btisitussk faajfetrcfcxitt 'jasbbhbkt. . t . or farmer iMIMIJUia, srt uiuii;5sKriiH.vaiM; X'JM W'J.K hirit all day he- wants tor rest at niir.if i Jloney promotes domestic" trunqn't id that U the biggest and ?e. urn' thtIKnow of. But nionev on.rlif fn be hard fo get, so- that its real valne - mmmtts ia?rtr La n t.vA..tn,rtriv-4.-- ,.. Cllv i.. .. . il FortY million n.eros in Tvm or.' religion s" movcmcBt thaEastlsBBBBfekWQ in manv .devoted to educational purposes. , till operates years, an impulse A Baptist lady in Texas devotes io ot which the Lord's cause all the eggs laid 'by-- f with jettured, wu3 har hens on Sunday?-CAt'ca'tlie cud cannot Tribune. natic named originated by au o In Mexico the schdol'chiltlran'whV is knbwn have done Ah Mohammed, best are allowed to smoke in" iiiiitin x..wr niiitiiitr i.: j.ii.LtBBlk tkb Ban for cigare while pursuing their studies. gate. fand whose f Shtroncjpl N. T. Sun. .k-lf anu waxing tn MniMrWiKHU .empire, is Tho London Telegraph, rcjbicin" dont,ni'natod Bb:;a9MA was the son in the tlecision of the University of Oxd.4,liku Mo- fof a grocer ford to women uammed, earjyj rernd reams the lifeadmit"married to degrees, says of homes will be S "irtr.'t.t r.. livu !7.BsVrv eaucated at trappier when equal intelle.-- t and cul- Kcrbjjlal itJiXB.are to be found in husband and i vaw5fc&- ... v incrcasincr-GiMBBBKxuu . & mt - SCHOOL AXD CHURCH. HBf bHP - :, . f of. cZ v,-i' eSJa v rA.iHnair pua vu.i.u. . -- -. 1 erous SntiM'Otruii-In thedry goods business tho chronic is the lady who tumbles the good; o; or an hour or two and then burs a ard of green ribbon. At the grocer's he is the man who sits on the wooil-bomtil half the lights in the store arg out, and thon wants a piece of pork, some lard and a pound of codfish.' ' What doyou nost dislike of your many "Book agaats, by a large majority. They'll com in, a a lawyer tongue, talk tn arm oil" yon, and want you to colltLt for thorn; ask you a x b-l- S3"ici'vi:!fjgt;u . arrans-emen- t sean j , r, lerf-Juti- a, -- nla-ha- ve d ,- witness, Mr Mulligan, who wrb the proper aud lawful custodian of them, after bavins' alnly tried appeals to his pity, b pledarmi; bis wo d or honor to restore them, then broken this pledjre. retained them by force, and subsequently re-isuch of them as he picasr-dttlie House in aid of his indication: that thts conduct, if not legally criminal. watuch as no man aspiring to be.tho chitt rrtj let rate of a Nation ought to even le-teof." II i short sen ice as an executive officer of the tjoierimi'Mit andthevar ouseTorts h h ma le dumur the pas. ciht years to ke p ih publ c tn mind of hhn, the it emptmttcatl cn lemned a- - "s nsitional and theatrual. indicating a ro ik !"e of notoriety ana an ab Fence of the settled com lotions, the ober judgment, and the steadiness of character Mifeoctu Jfthicliare neeje.1 to maUe him Jpaut of an Inch or re pons b e adminiKratit e - lee eontainid matter compromisintr him, from a pcrfectiv rea-ont- o Ik- grravely trpuia-bl- e ss pea-vin- n larmer do" wa? e'arly settlers, not having ample sick with "trembles. A neighbor 'pasftirage for their stock, were coni- - passed al ng the road with a dog fol pelled to time them to the abundant j lowing him. The sick do" did not sea wild Tange, from which, in many in- - the other until it had pas-esome dis- sranej?, no part ot the animal except tanee beyond the house. The old habit the hide ever found its wav Back to the of chasing every dog that came in sight . facttlcaienL of the owner. Many of the of the farm had become second nature, animals, 'tell victims to the "lurking and so stimulated him to run after,' poison and died of the disease it pro- - catch and puuish the intruder, that he duped, whicjwlisca jn animals was started off at his greatest possible speed. ' called "trembIe,Aheniarn5 being de- - but, before catching up withthostrangq dog, lie. wa seen to fall down, tremble : proaliccd in tire annual .if tei-tpoison as with a einvulsion, aud, before the . fijyyJSiSSa. iatoo system. t fannjyLi'PuUhvallUmvhecc lyj fell, was "rhoi,dlsesr;t; produced byth is poison dead. Dogs which had eaten of ' poisoned flesh sbtjcauie, in a few days, jStCurjed originallyan sthchecbivortt ke Q)f,4 horse.' shecp,s. etc.;- but vas so ItillViritUhclplois that they could not transmitted by the carnivorous animals gct6ver a threerail fence and ere ut4 audtbjrds'whleh ha I fe 1 upon the flesh terly unlit for tho chase of game or to of other animals dead from the disease, drhc stock from the fields. Work oxen alio ilesh could enduTQibnt littlafraveL'Oc work. Suid fSlrk-'o- 'f dieasltl SnlnialsT Vcre Horse once affected -- though looking capable, when catfctftof imparting the well were worthless for work or trat el, tjo otheSJ thecou'thrp'jtgiither and, traders could uqUpeed them- - back "raiTk poisdnj?i herqalf anU .poisoned aud forth' to exnibit tljeir superior gaits, the people? who 'drank" the milk or ate but haU tb trade' thom'standing. If a , tots tno- bdtter anade , from1 the milk. man started to ride to a neighbor's a Whcu the poison had onco 'been- - intro- few miles away, his hor.se was liable to 4 duced kito the syslerri itliad-thgive out on the road .and leave him io jrt. -d i aiuu grew unc anu iat, anu mane, ex- immediately endanger pedient beef without other food. These lived 6n a public road. " aniHiuvtn.u.u-uii;iiioucuriariuer!ij- R ernffijinStRdliyfe nhL-.u.iU- i.. :iuii 1 im-- . fc Jninnerfn which his .. I jo ut-r- -- ho -- di-nj- je e prop-erty4- )f g; and-o- f impart-nn- Such is, briefly, the hfstory of the the !ame intenselyJpoiionous rfimal to another, and pioneer's enemy" J. W. Campion, in was capable of perpetuating the disease Tlie Continent. 'in a continuous chain of animals as one The Tattooed Tr.imp. should catr the ilesh of anotherv thus, each pJitml df the Hesh of . dog'whfch The had item poisoned " bv a jiouml of the Carsonother day a. tramp walked into a yard and asked for a da'.' flesh of JhoicowT woulTL poisotthe vul-- ; work trimming trees, asitiring the inau (hrouglf ture.'fn hain of of,the house that.an'bld pair of pants aninials, the last pound of flesh or a s juare meal would be considered df being as fatally poisonous as a suflicient equivalent job. The Ahat taken from tho first affected man who owned the for the premises was a animal. Thero is no known miueral or philanthropic fellow lished up an vcgatablo- principle which, whou taken old pair of pant3 in a aud moments, into the system, can thus multiply itself the same time settingfew stranger at tc the and perpetuate itsppoisonous principle. work mauling tho wood pile. While s Its origin can bs' a'cfidurited for "only thus engaged the children got around on the germ theory him anil were dazzled with the pictures f 4The disease.in. man derived its name of tome angels in red, blue, and alotol Jrpni the xypll established fact that it sheet anchors and mermaids tattooed WiVs4produced by "eating the. flesh of on his arms. They soon learned the piilk, butler br, choesevmado from the stormy hlstory'of his life. He had been I milk! of cows.or o'tlior jtnimals which a sailor in tho Carribcan, Caspian, anil p'oisoncd in .cousequence I'dlar-scas- , y had become "arid atter giving a graphic ipf.frQqucntiu cortairt limited ranges acoount of his tiger hunts in India, his or unuilllivated pastures. It was called wrestling? with gorillas itt Africa, and "milk sickness," and- - its. sequela: dr his great match, nominatcuVtiftes"." Queensbcrry rules, with a boa con. Through its annual destruction., of strictor in youth America, it is but to , (large nunibcraAjiojaestieanimalsaud add rhat he commanded the entire re' its fatality anie-nthe early settlers, it spect and attention of the, audience. vvKouc 6F the nuiostr nrominent enc- - When'thc wood pile had beensuflrcient- m$s toJthSspnTSflffieioTegrs. tly .splintered he nunoimpcd that the "I!the:beitiiag tlietbmptoteiswere nospiiaiity ne nan receiveu caiicu ior not well marked, so that the milk or more work, and there seeming, to be l'c&h of really diseased animals might nothing special in sight ho expressed' be inadvertenUjatrarmdecInjup! himself as uneasy unless he was shown . position that the',animal was in good something more. One of the children health. 55Tker'ifta, attractive and asked him if he could put some pictures healthy-lookin- g condition, even their on her arms asjie had on his arms. jrtjrmxfiAnftss. did not give complete said Ife .'rould.'Tind iria twinkling lie . assurance of.thehrjcxjmplion from the necessary paraphernalia. The discitsc. In this state they wero often children, were,- - simply delighted j. found to be sickj snfl'cring fron lossjif had a riot disputing'over the first !CK1lfin8, eaerg1ib7tiiifeycl retl choice. By four, o'clock m'the evening , nd?wat&ind7tri-aglje?tremWet he--, had two'young boys, aged four and Aillt4a x)irnl3iwisanadie1 seven, and r. baby all covered over with Sheep when seized with a paroxysm of of bouth American scenery, the "trembles" would struggle as if IMctures sheet anchors and Italian suntrying to freofcitheasclvcs from tho sets, besides making engagements with grasp of some terrible enemy, and twelve of the hejghborV children and !! .In WOlllfl CAAn CtlMIMnitAN AM enough prospective jobs to last him a week. When last seen he was leaving the premises in front of a shotgun and The farmers had a test for the bcalth- - bull-doCarson jXey;)jZlpp:al. '.fulness of beef cattle just off tho wild range; it may be designated as the A painful episode of disappointed V'fwupV'Jtest. ihaTcoftn seenjbc love has just occurred in Paris. Some iitiplacihg. watermen found the bodies of a young the animals in a field or lot, and boyr, man and woman, tied together, floating hats, off, were directed in the Seine. It was evidently u case with coats-au- d to chafco them around and urge them to of double suicide, and. from informathtarareatest swed. If. acquired, clMpPfcriftlreMidnotinccsigof tion afterwardcouple, who belonged that the hapless to a muscular weakness,' stagger, tremble respectable class society, had been kad fall down, they wbere'prc-nouricethwarted in their desires of "union bv keA'ttir.Tand st oaoe slaughtered and tho father of the girl, who had other theirifcer'cterwkh the utmost feelin- - views, for his daughter. " g seotlritj-- Hainst tho disease.' ' Politeness is like an air cushion. it was c'ahned that men were more honest There may be nothing iu it, but it eases pista now, it was not always an easy our jolts wonderfully. Bulwer. V-long home. par-nftk- en - caton-as-catch-c- -- pro-dueed.t- and-almo- g. itS?PrJ4. oaed, c-f d 1 Iniht-r'KiHUvo-day-,.wbe- n ArcusTt. Me-- , July 2, 1WK?. MvDearMk. Fimier: You ask mo if I am satlslled with tho new railoffer you made mo of a share m road enterprise? Of course, lam more than satisfied with tins terms of tho offer; 1 think it: a most uuvnu propasiuon. ii t nositaie at all H is from considerations ju no tho character of way connected with the offer. Your liberal modo of dealing me in all our business transactions with of the past eight yenrs has not passed withr out my full appreciation. What 1 wrote ybu ca the 27th wan intended to bring Caldwell to a definite proposition. That was all. Igo to Boston by the that carnos this letter, and will cail nt your olEoe at twelve m. If joudon t hnpuou to bo in. no matter, don't put yourseir to any J. G. It. trouble about it. Yours. Mr. Fisher, Jr. Fisher was then proposing to assign his contract to Caldwell, but did t actually do so till September following. Mr. Maine waited all summer for a "definite proposition" from Caldwell, but none came. sk) be proceeded to refresh hU memory and Fisher s as follows: My Dear Sir: Augusta. Me., Oct. , I spoke to you a short time ago about a point of interest to your railroad company that occurred at the last se.ss.ou of C engross It was on the last night of the sess on. when the bill renewing the land grant to the State of Arkun fas for the Little Hock lload was i cached by Julian of Indiana, Chairman of the" Public Lands Committee, and by right entitled to the Coqr attempting to put in the bill as an aaiVidBicnt to the Fremont El Paso scheme a schoaio probibly well known to Mr. Tbe House was thin, and tbo lobby in Use Fremont interest had tbo the thing ail set tiD and Julian's amendment was likely to prevail if brought to a vote. Boot end Uieg other members from Arkansas, w ho wero their best for their own bill, to which there in despair. wtmuHnbeno objection, were Senate was forltwas well known that tho uuu it scnerac, bo4tn ta the rrt'mont uio Arkansas bill bad gone back to tbe Senate with Julian's aiscndment, tbe whole tbing weuld Imv o gone oa lao ""'O ana sicpi too elwp or death.- In this dilcmraa Root came to mo to fcnoa- what on earth he could eo unit wa vital ti Uia der tho rules, for, he ooBMitncntA that the bill ehouMjiass. t I told him that Ju!Ian'saraeadm.ent trssentn-eliM.uf order because noi gaane. But he tad n.-.- J itst tluB- - door opened and an ex- Tbo chanc1 is a terv rare one. 1 can t dewce of a circus or other public touch it, hut I oliey my Hrst and bent irapulso ceedingly etty girl came in. The in it to you. cuwn, iu ulnae inc iTHiiiiiunvy ui nuy per-w- ii a this s nee .la. Cooke got hint the cicr had given me regarding All ui-- chant reoiting to tliem anything but ' a humiliation the roal. hate le-- n accompanied with the the staving qualiticsof book agents wa for the part;, producing tnetn. As a rejoinder to an attempt on the part of O' ligation to take a large amount, of tho as "seed sown upon good ground,"' and 'Mr. William Walter Phelps to reply to these bonds at )0 and hold them not les than throe cban;o. the . threj week afterward, year. I will lie in Itoston Tuesd it noon, ami bidding him good morning I left, reprinted the follow in; docjinenLar ctidence: will call uponyoi. of course, if inn don't marking to myself, "Two is company, The story about Mr. Maine's connection want it, le it past;. You will receive an with the Little ltock & Port Smnb Kailroad issue or stock to a considerable while three is none." Cor. Detmil Frie bad been floating alout a goo Idea in the amount, and eertiheates ot laud flock also. Prt$. m i i tpring of 1P7S. S. he met it in the House in Of course, in conference with others, keep this fashion. April So of that eur, admitting my name quiet m ntionlng it to no one un. The Power of Memory. less to Mr Cildwcll. I write under the prethat be hold bonds of the road: ' "As to tho 4iicUo.i of the propriety In- sumption that you hate returned, but have volved in a .Member of Congress holding an heard nothing. Yours trul... Most wonderful is tho number ol J. U. Brtisr.. investment or this kind, it must be remem-.bereremembrancer t$) bo found in overy This otfer was accepted by Fisher as tho lands were grante 1 to the btate of from tho following p. fS9 ) human mindlheir variety and correct'Arkansas and not to tho railroud comiiny. $88,090 in Tteeeived of Warwn Fisher. uat me uomiNiny its uie, I in-ic- tru-- in consideration of whichJr., am to de-l- it ness; their removal from consciousness Iuuso, and valu ho!l frr.m tbeMato. and to 1 ti 1'irther1 properly authenticated when tiioy are not wanted, ami their reer to ,tho btate the company 1 amenable and and not in any senso to Congress certificates of an interest in th North I'a--c turn again and again when tiioy are Kail way Company equivalent to lie vincel purchase 1 the lioods but one act of wanteiC prinpart the twen'v-fou- r ogre's has passed in any way touching tho cipal shares of one of the frnnehie stock of recalled, the facility with wliich they are In whleh subject; and that was merely to rectify a and their opportunate recursaid company divided; certificates to be In rence when they arc sought for. We mUtake in legislation. name ot Elisba Atkln. Witness my hnnd. ; lAtheewen intervening jearsemce Little tho need not look to extraordinary inJ VM8S t IlLAl.VU. HockAr Fort Smitli 'bonds wore iuccd uiKin . .tlio rmirket I know tew investments that Huve stances; the memory of every child, nitbetfn more affecto.1 bv the lerWutiofl of ; Damned with Very Taint Applaue. duly considered, is astonishing. Some ongresj. Hut this case do s not riuire to Lo ShiJded by apy such compamjns. or caa-tloaro thousands of nomination of James 6. Blaine persona, with objectsnames remembered; The for I repeat that tbo Little Jtoek KeVd and charac their lerived a I that it had from th" State of for President unquestionably gratifies a ters: events, with their times and places, from Congress Jt as in the large majority of the Republican oters. things, with their various qualities: ot t'onfrress to give or withhold from .the Stats, but it was solely within tho dfscre-:- t Iu forcing that nomination, howeter, words, with their proper signification. inn t.f tho Mate to five or Withhold from the while his IrientU have displayed a These are remembered after month .Little Hock Hailroad Company." This felitcincnt vtns accept d gonerallyas n fidelity and courage which must oxtort and years; they are brought back with CoricluMe answer to tho charge tlirJifro?, admiration, wo tear that they havo l.B, when. the invesiigation nnd the publitat-'- t acted at the same time with a reckless-jies- s little effort and often come of themon orchis letters rev oalod the amaiing fact selves The rememwliich may not only Rring defeat brances just as needed. go back to the thatit-wanot tnie: thnt the franchise ami of most porsons securities of tho Little Ilook & Fort Smith to their party, but political ruin to their years and lessons of childhood, and initiuiroad had no value unless the io the itate, w htch were in danger of lapsing, beloved leader and tearless champion; clude what has' been witnessed in many wertfrencwodbv act or Congress. Mr lllnine for, while representing, without doubt, hundred scenes, heard from many ,iiol only knewtbi in 1876, but knew it in IN a very large majority of the RepublicW1 WW J ear Mr. Warren Fisher took a ton-itraSir. Blaino bundled personsrrcad in many hundred to build the road, with the nid cf the ans of the whole country, book". Much isiorgottcn, but much it land grant, of course. That ho was directly does not rcpresedtT has "never repreremembered; and more might be re interested n getting the act pas-e- d which sented, and probably never will repremenibered, and, recalled more readily 1. P,ov'de the money to pay the .highly probable, though nnt proved. cost is sent that considerable portion of his Tho and correctly, if the laws of memory date on which he mado the offer to Mr. Dlnino party wliich is governed by principlo were promptly known and used. u',rlnthc cntcrpriso noes appear ,m the evidence, but it intit have not made rather than sentiment, and without been memory is increased The power vorF.ln u,,f r t,K' P ss"Ke of tho bill tApnl B whoc votes no Republican caudidnto by exercise. of is generally stronger in and the makii g or tno contract, as appears by for President can be elected. If thL It tho following letter: 1 by dash antl en- youth than in old age. There is much June , 1P60.-DKtn Mr. election can c .carried thank 'tiitin: ItI is gooJyou Tor the article fiom Mr. thusiasm anil splendid leadership, the difference in tho beginning of life in ,J evils. in Itself and will do gooil. possibly justify the audacity natural ability", somo remembering ,lte wnts like a nun or large intelligence and event may of Mr. Blaine's frfends at Chicago, but everything more easily than others. comPrehensiou. Yourpflcrto admit mo to a .par.ielpatlon in tlio new raiiroad enterprise the chances are fearfully against him. The three most dcsireable qualities ol is in every rcsiect as generous as 1 could memory are rfaculty. retentivenes or desire I thank you verj' slncerely Ilis character has been so malignantly lor it, and In this connection I wish to make n blackened and distorted by the news- and readiness; and all these are imisuggestion of a somewhat Eclflh character. paper organs of the present Adnrnis-tratio- n proved by practice. The first and secIt is tUs: Vou spoke of Mr. Caldwell s offer ond depend much ou the attention given during tlie strife for the nominato dispose of a share of his Interest to me, if to v. hat is to be remembered: the third 'ho really doMrcs to do so I wish bo would tion, and it is apparently to Impossible ;mako tho proposition detlnitc, so that I could for tho indiscreet and unscrupulous on tho number, variety and arrange know just wont to depend on. Perhaps ir he ment of the asiociations by which it .walls till the full developments of theonter-lpri- o friend-- , of Mr. Arthur to support him he may grow reluctant to part with the that the fipfht for Mr. Blnlne must be a may be recalled. There are minds on jsbare; and I do not by this mean uny distrust port of forlorn hope at tho best, a light which most impressions are so slight of him. do not fcol that 1 shall prove a dead Ticad la the cntcrpriso if I once embark iu only to be won by sheer desperation aid- that they aro soon forgotten. Other channels In wh.ch 1 know I can. who have learned and retained much, Very hastily and sincerely your ed by wonderful link. m Buffalo Express. Ibo useful. .. do not remember things at the right James G. Ui.ai.ne. friend. i t Mr. Fisher. India street, Uoston. time. Few htvememorie3 so quick, Harper's lYccklj (.hj?ct. i Ho recurs to the subjeeta few davs later: retentive and ready as pie, boar too J.i ii cloc an approach to tho hls rV reeentlr z a r. n in pruviureui is it kuom eHin- - foff ..k 1... nKwxvmssw&mtemr-TawraaorwjireK.oaOnerc hut fl. him as I have with ou. I shall lie In Boston in a tew days, and shall then have an qppor-tuaitto talk inatt.-r- s over fully with yoa. I am disposed to think that whatever I do with Mr. I aldu eii must really be done through you. Kind regards to Mrs. Fisher. Sincerely. W. F.. Jr. i:i. J G. Hlu.vk. In regard to the Northern Pacific transaction the tallowing letter m cited . At orsTt, Me.. Nov. a. 1870. Mv Ubar Mil. Fiphkk: A year ago and more I spoke to you about purchasing an interest in tho Northern Pacific Railroad for your elf and any you inizbt choo-- e to associate with jourseif. Ihe matter pushed by without mv being ah'e to control it. and nothing more was s3id about it. Since then the Jay Cooke contract has been perfected, the adJitionul lcris'ation has been ob'ained aud two hundred and thirty miles of the road aro well nigh completed, and the whole line will Uy a strange be putdiod forwarl rapidly. revolution of circumstances I am again able to control an interest, and if you desire It you can have it. The whole road is divided Into ot which Jay Cooke Co. four tenttwelve. share,interest 1 speak of is&one-hahave The of one twenty-fourtor one of tt-ntire franchise, being fbat.proportlon of the e ghty-ou- o mil'ions of sto-- that are being divided as the road is built, and a like proportion of the land compan stOvk that is formed to take and dispose of the tlfty-tw- o million acres of land coered by their grant as amende by tho law of lasr season Tlie amount of stock whit h thi 1 ft! would hae in the nd would be ab ir It 510'. and the number of acres of Ian i it ropn is near!) 2;S.l)J0. I uiit Tbon the r.id U to i bond, tie rii'e. which Jav Cookn tik-.- i Hi Ins'ial of mortc gmg the land the ina ' a stock mpsn for it. ownership. di iding u pro rata the honli-rof tho fratK-hi-.-- . 1 ne wbo!- - th n can tie had for than one third of what which is 'es gono souieothei sa!eorsma.U interest at- - 1 do not runp'rsc vo.i would are to invest the whole fiV'OJ. I tlKiuzht tor a small tljerelwbt or ten of inu in Kotoi mlirht take i y lf h, e 1 s - thousand qnatioiis, ind stand around wb'u wait to talk with your best girl."' J "Ever writjjetters for any of your patrons?" M "Lots of tui. The other day a fellow came iu ttt cjiUl neither read nor write. He jus about half shot and wanted me la write a letter to his girl for him, audll wrote it, too, you bet. The; were gnz t bo marrietl antl ho wanted her tibe clotli'jtl in her purple aud fine linevwheu he arrived. "How aboil handwriting?" "Just gazalon that," handing me a letter addroisd to J.viBS ML'LVAN'nr Tumrorth County of Addlngton iHMte I' O Box 43 J Ore of Wellington House covered the face of Uie envelop leaing no room for the stamp, whifli was naoo'l on the back. The writing woiul paralyze a schoolma'amJ and was ilom with blue ink. any way."' ftomarked. 4 "That leltt doesn't lack for address "That's .were fin i' i.' 7-- Such people is the writer of that letter will eoveraujenvelopo with ink and then omit thState. "How abotareading postals?" 1 asked as lie was poking up a notice to 'Please lick your uwb stamps!' "Now, tbafs another piece of non-seas.- ?. jou are . mistaken. J W'p ifen't d-- and even .fw 1 MliJia C- t . g we would be w.tl'lhe postal laws. The only post il 1 td antl remembored waa stilt llV assB,r t a doctor with tin j o harvest is past, the com-pUipin-fri- read three a month, VnHVrtMi is '11 y this?' " Is adior-Hl- 3 otfi-rin- I d up-pe- ar oe-iv- eo h U one-eigh- th pro-,mo- Arkan-r-a,j!Bd,ii- land-gran- ts tt MV ex-pcc- ti X m 9- 1. Ca!d-wel- L do-lo- triie nomtoHtion of Mr. Blaine, although it Is doubtless agrceablo to the majority or tbo party, as bbown at Chicago becauso a largo part of tbe apparent opposition, a, in tho Indiana and Illinois, and even in tho Ohio delegation, was friendly to iiis nomination pugnt to alarm honest ltopublieans as showing how dangerously lar tho ltopublicnn ptandard has fallen. Tho nominations at Chicago, made against the most friendly Ilcpublio-ca- n remonstrance, have forced upon lCepub-lican- s the conviction that the great objects of thaltcpubhcan party, honest and economical JAdmiuistratiou. peaceful and honorablo foreign relations tho progressive purification of tho public service at home, wise reduorion ot the revenue, and that sense ot general security which springs from the moral elevation pf Administration are not to bo expected from Hepublican success. To this statement Jt is no riply that less is to be expected from tho Democrats. Those who havo arouseithe deep and general protest of the Itcpublicaa conscience must bear tho responsibility of tho result. 1'ideiity to Republican principlo indifference to present Hepublican successes, and Harper's U'cMu. which more jthaa onco has not hesitated in the intortst of public morality and of party purification, to oppose other Republican nominations, can hot sustain tho significant one against which It has to earnestly protested, and which Is a practical abdlction of Republican character und purpose. The ed aad kindly face of Lincoln, whose portrait hung In tho hall, teemed to watch the proceedings of the earnest solicitude and apprehension, and It disappeared from its plac br fore the nomination was made. ' Xast starts off with a little cartoon i ,..,.. rnnroniinir a " cs The following editorial indicatcs.very forcibly that Harper's Weekly is not inclined to support the d Republican ticket: ' recently-nominate- not to need some special culture, and there are none wiiose memories may not bo improved by attending to what is most important, and forming associations tc aid recollection. Artificial memory is the use .of arbitrary arrangements tr aid in recalling daTes, words and facts which have noJijiUnral connect'oi. They arc found easily, when distributed in various locaIitjSTpn a p3fre or a wall. Such connectionsRi-occasionally oi use for time; butnaturai connections aro moro lasting,and" are on every account to be preferred when attainable. There seem to be some varieties oi memorics- -a special aptitude for remembering words, or numbers, or fact, or arguments or voices, or faces. Thero is somo diUerence in natural perceptibility; but most of the dift'erences in memory are to be attributed to the degree of attention given to various objects, and to habits of observing and thinking. Prof. Godwin. e Or- - Cliauciroc found In tho toi1 "V obfcainedby lucky speculation in stocks or bonds or cotton futures, it goes at a discount. It is undervalued and don't stick to a man long. A fortune gained in a year rarely sticks to anybody. Luck is a right g"ood thing when it fol-- . lows along with labor and honesty, but luck by itself is a deceiver. "Trust to luck" is tho devil's mavim. I knew a hard working man who was so anxious to got ahead that he .stinted hu family aud itivestod part of hi. earnings n the Louisiana Lottery for five years and never drew but ton dollar. He told uie ho had lost five hundred dollars that way.aud every time he saw the published of the lucky, numbers and road about the lucky men who drew tho prizes, it fired him up ami he tried it again. .Sometimes 1 wish L'ncle Jubttl and General Boaure-garwould tote fair and publish a list, of them fellows who didn't draw anything. But I reckon that would be sq long and occupy so many columns hi the newspapers they couidrCt aftord it. It is just human I know to want more money than we h.wo got, especially if we arc hard run and living on a strain. I want more myself, and if I was to find a hundred dollars iu the road I couldn't help hoping that tho owner would never miss it, and never call for it. Just like a boy who finds a pocket-knif- e ami feels like il is his, but that sort of money is not as solid aud satisfactory as money we work for. I know an old preach or u ho had ten dollars and his son had ten dollars and tho young man went down to Atlanta and took all the money to buy some things, and he came across a wheel of forttino and saw a fellow win ten dollars just as easy,, antl so he was persuaded to try his luck, antl sure enough he won ten dollars, antl it hope him up mightily antl he tried again and won some more, aud he kept on until he had won fifty dollars and become a fool, for right then his luck changed nnd he lost it all and his ten dollars and his daddy's ton besides, and had to borrow a dollar and a half to get home on, and liked to have perished to death in the bargain. Well, ho belonged to the church and they had him tip ami trictl him, and he made a clean breast and told how he was ovortftkon and Lpmptod antl how ho vvunt onf and on until he hnd made fifty dollars clean'. "And right there." said tho old man, "Is whar John's sin begun. If ho had stopped r'ght there it would have been all right, but, like a fool, ho went on and n to destruction." Well. John wasn't such a sinner after all, for he wanted tho money to buy something to plea-- e the old folks. But money tlon't come thnt easy very often. I know a mau who has been kept on a strain for five yoars working out of his losses on cotton futures. Sometimes luck runs along with a man for ton yenrs and more, and that makes him vain and ho thinks his judgment is infallible, anil suddenly he collapses', like Scncy and Eno and Keene. So money is safe except that mado by honest men. The rewards of labor are mighty good and sure. Here T set in my piazza ami look over my farm and see tlie wheat and the oats all in a strut and waving o beautiful in the breeze, and I feel jiroiul and serene, for I sowotl that vheat inyselt and helped to prepare the anil, antl it is my wheat and my oats ind come honestlv.and wasn't made out if somebody else, and it doos me good .o cut a few choice heads and bunch 'cm hnd tano 'em to town and show the folks what I can do. It beats money made by luck all to pieces--, and so does Walking in my garden antl digging the potatoes I planted and working them over so nice and bringing them in tho fiouso to show to my wifo and hear her '.ay, "they are very fine " She never .ays much on that )ine, she don't.but a little goes a great ways with uie. She never indulges In rapture, she never uses adjectives to any excess, such as lovely, exquisite, and the like, but I know what she thinks about any- as vvtdl as if she did. I'm Ihingjiiitget her a mess of raspberries first ol the season, and ji'Il surprise her with ,'em at dinner .time. She likes that. Women like these little thoughtful attentions. They aro ike oil on the axlctree, and makes the uachincry run smooth. But then thero night to be a little money to mix up with tiieh things. Money is a good domestic A man feels more like ubricator t gentleman with some change in his pocket, and ho ought to alwav s havo a or o just to feel of. It stiffens Ilollar and keeps him from feelinglikc snmn . . M.W. ...... Anil .. ., V.U.... .,...fcW W...U, .. ixwnmnn roo, when a peddler comes along with irin ware or a agon load oi jugs or tho jypsies conic along with lace or the .book agent cornea along with pictures, nnd besides it is such a dignified com-1'oto have a little bid away for the children when they are just obliged to nave something to wear and don't want f o ask papa for the money, for he is so hard run and talk so poor time. This is the kind of money that goes for All it is worth. Moncy'that comes hard, money that is earned. Even woman does not prize money when she has oodles of it and has every want supplied. Folks must be cramped to be happy. They must have something to stimulate 'them. Something to provoke economy And industry, ana I'm thnnkfuV we've always had these stimulants in my house. Atlanta Constitution. brla ho wmif tJ" BuoJirc. here tnu 1 spirit of prophecy fell upon him. the coming of the Twelfth Imauu. He essayed miracles. Those which aro recorded of him seem better calculated to excito ridicule than wonder, but they were sufficient to gather round him a group of believers nnd followers. The delusion spread rapidly. With each accession of proselytes his prott nsons of supernatural power and vision rose. he avowed himself to be Mohammed roturnotl to earth again, anil claimed the dominion of all the Mohammedan Lastly, as iuoreasing mulpeople. titudes througod round anil worshipped him as the orator of the holy prophet of God, he advanced his pretensions to their final limit, and proclaimed himself tlie earthly incarnation of God himsolf. It seems strange that the exorbitancy of his successive claims did not alienate his proselyte, but it had, instead, the ofl'ect of attarli-in- g thorn more passionatoly to him. They wore determined that his native city should hear from his lips of the mystic transubstantiation which had mltde of tho grocer's boy of Shiran, whom the priests and ciders had doubtless often cen at play with other boys near tho city gates at evening, or barefooted in the mosque kneeling at his prayers, a portion of the substance of the Almighty himself. But a prophet is traditionally without honor in his own country, and the bastiiiado was applied to the feotof the Bab with such promptitude and energy that he made a full confession of his impostures aud was put in prison. Thio persecution, however, only served to increase the numbt-- r of his believers, who wercpen-otrate- d with the same fiery nnd warlike fanaticism as that' which Mohammed infused into his followers. Thero were fenany prosely tes among the priesthood aud the schism, hitherto local "and obscure, broke out siniultaueoush in all "parts of tin empire. In 1850 tlio chic! priest of Zingan, a city on the road trom Tabriz to Teheran, publicly xtvowed his belief in the new faith, and- An army was ent against him. Vpch thousands of followers he took niige the,' eity within the walls of for and roVnteL aTw -- UMV4a, "VBsHHiMUisr-njGaBV-- oxmih j- .. sr-tje- : a -- the Twelfth Imaun. In no long timf He. proclaimed himself lit d v&?ZQB2fC2!iIB ?T tne"saie or:inio.Ticating"5flmiorsas''a beverage in drug stores as a growing evil, tending to degrade the profession of pharmacy and damage the morals ol the community. Philadelphia Press. Parson Newman savs that "religion docs- - not interfere witlt business life, nor business life with religion." No; they always keep a respcetful distance from each other, and that is why there is so much rascality in tho world. llochcster Democrat. An Knglish vicar has complamod to the Department of Kdueation that children of five years are compelled in the schools to learn all about the properties of rhomboids, trapezoids, pentagon, octagons and parallelograms of every kind. He says they cannot even pronounce tho names. The Society of Quakcrs,in England, although it may not have kopc pace with the increase of other religious bodies, has shown a steady growth. The statistical statement issued at a recent meeting of the sect shows a total of 15.200 members in England; m. .that, although the rate of progress- - n comparatively slow, it has been continuous for over twenty years. ha-bee- Glilmgo Inter Ocean. i The Cfirislian Inleffigenew says a good plan that some churches fit adopting of having 'vigilance comare mittees to look aflor the absentees' from Sunday worship. Any member out ol his place for two Sundays, is reported tc the pastor, who immediately take measures to learn the reason why. Strangers attending for two Sunday'; are visited with the view of attaching them to the congregation. The English divines and scholars have been very slow in examining antl adopting the "Touching of the Apostles ' mu ii slower than wehavobcen but now they are getting quite oxuited over it. Ke 'ently representatives of all denominations met in the Jerusalem Chapel, Westminster Abbey, to listen to is Dr. Hutch's exposition of it." Ho spoke ol come, antl his entire ing the women and children, was slain, Meantime, during the progress of the seige, tho Persians, maddened by the obstinacy of his followort, and alarmed at the spread of his docyines, brought forth the Bab to execution. He was hound to a post with ropes, and a file 6f musketeers, at tho word of command, discharged a volley at him. When the smoke cleared away it was found that the bullets had cut the ropes which bound him, and he had disappeared. Tlie soldiers and the multitudes-assembleto witness the execution w ero f ot a moment awed at what seemed to them a miracle. But in a few minutes Hie fugitive was discovered, un wounded, in the guartl- - house near by, where ho had taken refuge. He was brought out again, and this time was shot. If he had reached the bazar near at hand, instead of the guard house, ho would very likely have (seaped. as he had multitudes of secret friends and believers among tne people there, and they would have concealed him. It may be imagined than an Occurrence so miraculous as his disap pearance would have been hailed everywhere throughout the Kast as a prool of his divine mission. As it is, Babism is a vital and augmenting spiritual force iu Persia, and, having in view pie impassioned and fanatical character of the people among whom it has struck its roots, he would be a bold prophet who should venture to forecast its future. Trhcrau, (Persia), Cor. Brooklyn Eagle v d many months;, OTtTwt-a- overgarrison, includ- t so last .tee newly discovered manuscript as thf "greatest discovery of modern times," and hoped that it wouhl prove the basi-fogreater unity of spirit, if not of or ganization, of Christendom. AT. Y. Et- ajjF anuner. r - rCXKEXT PARAGRAPHS. It is tlie fashion now for dudes to eat dried apples. They are so "awfully swell," you know. That is, dried applo are. A little instruction: "What, give a prize to your son? He persists in doing nothing!" "Well, give him the prize of perseverence, thon!" Chicago Tribune. 7 : "An' that's the pillar of Hercules?" she said, adjusting her silver spectacles. "Gracious! what are tharost of his bed .clothes like, I wonder." Yalewm Perhaps no map was over more disturbed by a triile than the reporter who, concerning the appearance of the uollo of a town at a picnic, intbnded tosay" 'She looked au fait," and founiLthe types had it "she looked all feet!" AT. ' T. Graphi". A man whoso knowledge is based t on actual experience says that, vvlien, calling on their sweethearts, young men should carry affection in"1 theTr4 hearts, perfection in their manners, and, , Boston coufection iu their pockets. t Journa'. "Yes, you may come again ncxl ' Sunday evening; but" and she hesi tated. "What is it, darling? Have 1 given yon pain?" he asked, as she lStiH' remained silent. "You didn'tmeanto, I'm sure," she responded.; "but next time don't wear one of those collars' with the points turning outward.'--Amhers- tStudenf. Paradoxical One rainy day lasi wcok Gilhooly got into an Austit Avenue street car. which was crowdCc " to the very utmost. When he put.hu fare in the bo, he rcruarkorf to tht driver: '.'The railroad company think they aro very smart; but yon can just tell them for me, that if thoy let si . many people crowd into one car, no body will ride in the cars at all."--Tcxas r. il The Soap Caper. swindle,' operated by street pctldlers, is what is technically known as the "soap caper." Any common, soap will wasn the dust "out of ft grease spot, and a person is apt tocome to the conclusion that the stain itself lias been taken out, until more dust ou the grease and he linds limself mistaken. For the purpose of he swindle two fellows will buy a lot if cheap soap aud cut it up into small licees, which arc daintily perfumed and lieely wrapned in fanej colored paper. This is all the stock iB ,trade needed, except a generous allowance of cheek. Jue of tlie fellows dresses himself up ike a dude and generally conducts iiimsclf so that everybody to whom he appeals makes fun of him. Perhaps he does sell a few pieces of the soap, for it appears to do what is claimed for it, Ibut he purposely makes sach an :tss of jhimsclf that nobody wants to trade with ihim. Soon, when hcis boasting of how touch soap he can sell in" "ay a fellow in thei,crowd calls lout: "Well, why don't you sell it and at once thov get into a wrangle, which is cndeiUby the plain fellow betting that he can sell more soap in ten minutes thanthe proprietor of the stand can sell in half an hour, uitos large one. rriio hnr is is cntirelv with the and as sympathy fellow, the crowd fcommon-lookincome3 to his support, and be readidly sells out his share of tho soap, ami Ifinally also dispo-e- s of tbo greater nart jof tho other's packages. U is needless to sav that the fellows are confederates and are playing into each other s hands. Srwogood operators can mke tremen-iley- s profits by working this game, and jthcy run no risk of being arrested.-Bos- lon Courier. The State of New Yotk has a new law in relation to the rights and liabil-liof married women, raodeledclosely It proafter the recent English J'- -may convides that a married woman ufc tract to the same extent, as like if uneffect, and in the same form she aud her separate married, and estate shall be liable therean. whether such contracts relate to her separate ousim'ss or estate, or otherwise, and in no ca.,c shall a charge npoo her separ0J limes. rate estate be necessary. i A g very successful Sifting. it-'o- lf. tt-r- A disenchantment Grandpapa "What? Bob in love with Miss Foji talba, the comic aelross at the Parfhc' non?" Bob -- (firing up). "Yes, grandpa! And if you've got a word to say agaiust that lady, it had better not be said 'in my presence, that's all!""' Grandpapa"! say a word against her Why, bless your heart, my dear boy! 1 was head over cars in love with hci ' myself when 1 was your age '" ' v rt all-th- o London Punch. In tho concort room: She ,lsn'"-- f it lovely? I never did hear such do licious "music. So tender, so plaintive, so refined, so "I am delighted to know that you 'art but this is uothiifj such a music-loveto what you will hear when they 5 r: IIqm have got through tuning their instrjif: ments." She wishes she had not bogtin, her ecstasies quite so soon; but, pobt thing! how was she to know that a fugue or a sonata or gavotte or something or other? Boston Post'. this-wasn't A A g Remarkable Young Lady. - a lady friend, as he plucked a bunch of grass in the Seventh ward park. -- Yes," she ref wd; "all shades of green do harmonize' Gusher savs he can't imagine wtatBie was driving at. PccVs Sun. "J am so mnch in sympathy with nature," remarked a young Gustier to j as the Blaine nomination, Blaine being represented by a horsc-sbomagnet on tho back of tlie beast. The inscription bcu75Ufnv5' picture is:" Too Ileavy to slambang iThoof" Carry." o 6H'"''' "". "" and broken down "r;" prostrate under "-"- I! -- -. Observation of a new rolier skater: Sometimes, oeiore bitting down, vou kick out violently at nothing with great rapidity and the skate savs "Klackctty! I nm klicketty Inm. t The Treamrcr of one of tho counties of Maryland says it is even a won der to him that defalcations are not more numerous than they are, temptations are so strong. "When I first took hold of the Treasurcship of onr county," says he, "I was literally besieged with "letters, circulars and'eon-fidenticommunications from iS'ew York banking firms of doubtful notoriety. They came in every mail. They wcre marked 'private,' 'personal,' and all that sort of thing. They proved to me on paper, of course how I could pasily double all investments. They showed that by putting my money up 1 was absolutely certain to win, and that it was an impossibility for me to lose." ' The experiment ofjSoriam,jng I doan' kcrc how smart er man is tlat part o' him what puts on de strut is in Florida lias proved."-- CBudget. r fool. Arkttnsam Traveller. KJr (.uyu jiiiiwi ; ! es al -i Young Frenchwomen evidently dc not intend to be left behind their En- - $ glish and American sisters in tho mattei of academic caps and gowns. We have to record the brilliant success of a young Vendeau lady (Mllo. Benoit) in , the recent examination at theSorbonm one bt for the Baccalanrcal-cs-lcttrethree sisters who havo all distinguished themselves. Mile. Gabrielle was lately made "bacheliere cs lettrcs et es while Mile. Victorine, tboeldcsf of the three last year received hei degree of M. D., her theais on that oc- -' easion being generally regarded as relady Is markable. The a notable example of the indomitable . energy and courage of French women. While pursuing her medic al studies at the Sorbonne she not only maintained . herself by giving lessons, but also contributed to the education of her youngest sister. It is to be hoped that siich qualities as these will meet tbo en- - , couragement they deserve Pall Mall s, ed m xA A Vati - rl f &8r2a , A r 4- - 5- - ' FARM AND FIRESIDE. The summer she cantcll you something i nearly Trvc rnnnAih every character named pre hently ivn.nvu Cows that aro foil exclusively on nearly by insisting upon milking. From therein. Perhaps in this way Is her 'GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. tne cattle were yarded at even- salvation. Her eyes tako intl printed hay have a stronger desire for water ine time ing until they were turned toward tho pages by sentences instead of rds, it than if fed on other kinds of fodder. pastures next morning.that child spent seems, yet she remembers tl ii, and Troy Times. KENTUCKY. HICKMAN. Beautiful tidies are made by pnint-in- g her waking hours in the van! with her grasps the whole .situation. flowers iu bright colors on black little pqpytripping first" one cow and face "Mamma," said she, and I ;r theuM fl-- . She was kicked heels looked sweetly solemn, "do y knbw satin; trim the edge of the tidies with SO.UJ? POETRY. ov twice, but that did not alter the nicest thing I have read tolav? It wliitc lace. Excfuinge. A wanacrinjr tribe. Called thoSiouTS, . .. her dan erous practice in the least. was about tho baptism of Jesus There Hicc dissolved iu water and finished bavlnjr nomoUxs; Wear moccasins, mere was gentle old cow that wo were the distant hills and the .sArkling as white smp is excellent for a kind if Thoy are made of buckskin. wished With the fleshy side in, m the fall, and did not river; then that lovely man, ith his astringent diet. Custard, seasoned Embroidered with beads or bright lilouxg. care how soon she went dry. So Patty kintl face. But oh. that lovdff white with a little butter and salt. Savory was told that if she would only milk old dove, with the sun shining on is feath- herbs are often acceptable. iV. y. the Siouxs .asi: When out on the March alnjrlc flic never by tiouxs she could milk her all ers, and the voice from Heat p. Do Tuna. "It's a girl -it's a girl " -- it's a Lady White-foo.And by "blKinir" the trees herself, no one else should touch her. you know what the voice fiai J mamgirl ! ! Keep the hor.so collars clean. The it ;3 Can return at their eac If there was an inner "holy of holies" Thus we compromised matters, and ma' It said, 'This is my belo H Son.' dust and dirt which adhere to collars And their way through the forests no'er in my heart thatJ3j'ys "al never still left a channel open for "natural I guess if all those wicked en had when they are wot sweat works readied I did noilknow - Ct this development" We thought, of course, heard that voice, Jesus would pthave into lumps nnd ridges, and sore lioats he osclifouxs; ' tU caniouxs; AntKuscfc the birch-bardainty blossom, wjUjiher, blue eyes and the child would get the cow dried up in had such, a hard time as he jd! O, shoulders are the result. If the collars i and light, Lf Li THcSc'adJ handy nUrhtj most a few days, but we soon had to furnish mamma, I promised Tom to w ier tho become hard wash them clean, pound ' i ' golden curls, W ?m And? inverted at exquisite. Her bwufiweyed ht-- from her a larger pail to milk in, and when home at six, and tho clock is jn ft strik- - them and apply oil. Chirwjo Journal. Give shelter from storms and from dlou.xs. a distance, in fact, 'passed on by tho winter set in 'she had petted up the old muffins are appetizing. The principal food of the Siouxs other side." They seemed to fear that cow, and fed her extra, until she gave It is only about two hours si e I at- To one pint of meal add one cup of . Js Indian maize, which they briouxs, if they touched her she would bile or more milk than any cow on the farm. tempted to get her into sonL of her flour, a lump of butter the size of an ' And hominy make. Or miJ them a cake break, which, wai uncertain This Meantime, where were those princi- - pretty toggery I am so promlU'f ucr egg, two egg-- , nearly half a pint of And eat it with pork, as tli-- cutouts. only at lirst. A dear friend in the Kast, pics slumbering thatf "."vV.re inherited looks whon I get her "fixed up.! weet milk, and a quarter of a cup of tho wife ol a minister of an important from the ino-- t precise and Iadvliko of It fresh yeast. Mix this at night, and in Her complexion is weather-nroiv;Koloe5n't tlfl snelling look clmixtftitift? city church, hearing? 'he fruition of grandmothers? principles in regard to never ttins or freckles, and is of that .he morning bake iu mufitiitiiis. A'. Y. "JifjioUgh to,i)iiikc':uiy()tiopiirtotil my 'hope-- ', sent to in training youug girls to indoor pursuits; dainty fairness that is seldom seen in Pos'. flfrl wonl to the wise! Pray our lunpuajre revise little one a large package by express. J raining them from the cradle to bo the families of people. Agriof The AVlth orthography not so iiijmuxrioii?. O, the dainty garments! Everything housekeeper.-- : principles about the re- Her hands are plump, with dimpled cultural authoritiesmake the Iowa ScJhxjI Stipp1mst. College the following a little lady couTd pdibly reipiire for fining influence of needlework princi- knuckles and long, taper fingers. With values ot of the outside adornment That dear, ples which are certainly correct, but perfect health, she is as erect andgrace-fu- l jrious foods as milk relative producer: Corn, as a young Venus. After bathing thoughtful friend very well knew that where, iu this case, has there been a WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH 1IEI.! K)iiuds, GO cents: onts. fiO per g tho sweet, wliitc neck cents; Ht the long reigu of "hoots and brown chance for application? She has had her and barley, M cents; wheat, (m cents: "When I married 1 had an earnest con- ducks had nearly Unfitted my once dolls without number, but her manner and shoulders, I manage to Hap her viction that earth held no mission for skillful lingers for needlework that I of treating them corresponds exactly quiet while I comb the longgo) Vn hair wheat bran, 70 cents; oil meal, 1. to: el ner hay, 80 cents; timothy, AO cents; . woman uite so heavenly as that of should require for nifuarling. With with that speech of the little girl, who wh'ch hangs in wavy masse to her potatoes, 10 cents. l, But. while catching trt of it being the mother of duughters, strong sense of grateful love that said: " 'Oo is bootiful, dolly, vewy waist a A correspondent of tho Kansa but 'oo ain't dot no brains." I, the oldest of even sifters, ap- lady'- - name became my baby's, and we back in braids, and arran'ng tho She never showed interest enough in dainty fringe which curing 4ra!ly Fanner says that the following shoop-di- p peared to have spent my whole life in began, with one accord, to call her receipt has ben used quite succes-fullbabv. was them to give them names. But every over her forehead, she btijnrim-patient- . whelping motnerm every possible wav JVUtv. What Jifcaf-goof One pound of sulphur to "Hurry up, mufier." said ue Putt v. rf iio could only ce living thingaround the place hud its pet h in the care "of the jrirK KninI of lime ami vie gallon of and irontnj rnlHcs, tyiiir aIit, brush- something inociit she would never name. She could pick up a doen -- be, -- lean hearthat new larj"ileating: ing curls, trim min r pretty lials. make the least trouble. 1 lir- -t noticed chickens any day to play with, but if I fear it- - mother is not gtfing t) own it water: b.il one hour: when ready to add three gallons of water to onoot making dainty and aprons that she felt a peculiar interest in things we wished one to cook she was afraid and I must get out there beforj? it gets houses, that had some "go" in them one day it would make her head or her side ache chilled." "I am nearh done, bow dar- the liquid, then dip in. The cost of dressing dollies making play get a this dip is two cents per head. and helping to educate the youngsters in when she was about three months old, if she had to run it down. She had a ling." and I hurried How to Stew Apples with Rice: where she bu- fresh ruff for her neck. Whef I came all the ways that model children of the her crib happened to be under the line private burying-groun- d feminine 'gender are supposed 10 need where I was hanging the ironing. As ried all the chickens' heads and all the down she was nowhere in sight I went Sco ip out the cores and peel some line training. Ah, the sweet, romping, vet fa- -t as I finished a garment and hung relics of her pets that she could get after Vi the window that looked toinnl the r.iset apples and stew them in clarified jrentlc, dainty sixAt this distant day it. smoothly folded, on the line, it set their demise. barn, and thon I caught a gtnipe f sugar. Boil some rice in milk, with a J look back at those eailv jjovcrncd Her china tea els are given to the the heels of hr rubber bootsjas the pinch of salt, a few strips of lemon all the others the motion larlinsrs with wonder. caught the baby's eye aud kept her littfe baby chick and kittons to eat out disappeared through a hole in tsofcuce, peel, and sugar enough to sweeten iu IWhen I left inv hanm' childhood quiet until the large ironing was fin- of. She loses her thimbles and other on a short cut to the beep shei. Sug- Leave ou the tire until the rice is quite 'JW n 'e.ixw - iimricu t est, an my ished. After that I noticed, if every- work-baskappointments, and tics the gestions arc now in order, f Is it a soft and has absorbed nearly all the iioruonor me nun, r:3i happinWs thing was still, she grew uneasy. Hut basket itself up into a tree-to- p of '.domestic full of hopele-- s case? Xcod I say thaIget no milk. Remove tho lemon pee! andpla.'e euibfLCcd'the'trosebu"dgarden-"garde- n the flash and sparklo of the tire, the hair and "other material to help build symiMithy from John in" this peculiar in a dish, arrange the slewed apples on of girls." Insist upon her hemming slate of aft'airs. While he ons that the rice and put in tho oven until it is of steam, the bubbling of a boil- bird- -' ne-tBefore the new farm was fairly ing kettle, the motion of one's hands at a towel, and she will sit down with a she all the male ehujren on of a golden color. Dc'roil 101. l opened; before the wonderful prairie's work, and, as she grew older, the great amount of spread eagle and ow the f'irni he say- - she is worth ht&weight The (lurmaiitown Tdrgrajth sas had lost their newne-- s and fascination, waving of things out of the window in very ncatlv for five minutes and then iu gold every year, from a Siancial that a farmer who grows a quantity of standi) jint. 7?. .. MeClure. tit ate Con- - onions every year has a patch of ground :i little bundle, well llanncled, wa? the wind, would be all the entortains nit her work on the dog for a I She will take oil' her silk sash iinen. brought to my bed one morning. ment that she needed. near his io;h-- wh'ch in dnvotes ti A. lino boy.'ma'am, a noble fellow," What an afl'ectionatc little thing she for a bow for the neck of a calf or onion raising which is entirely ferti"" Factorr? In a Base-BajKii(rthfnnf.;eI, proved to be. Her brothers had a great sheep. She will harness herself into lized b' rofuse slops. I u stances of this ""Ufear, Tlear a bon."1 thoughl I. fashion of kissing her hands. Her the little cart or sled with her long mnmifactiirimju-iiieibase-ba- ll kind serve an important purpose in "The s "What in the world shall I do with the lovely face, framed by the most wonderand play horo with ena rapid but prosperous rowth," showing the value of the products of creature?" And 1 had an indistinct ful curls that ever crowned a young thusiasm. Sho hus no thought to said a manufacturer reeentlvt "It is the house that are generally thrown , but, seeing some prints confined, to a few men. and grnbably idea that he would have to be wrwoed baby's head, attracted great attention beautify as of no value and coiiso picntly up in his father s old coat until some from strangor-- . Hut they were always of fine "horses with their manes done will not be encroached upon bjspecu-latoruseless. But let farmets try such an trowsers and boots could be prepared greatly amused when, on trying "to up into tassels, she stole into the barn There arc in tho Unitfl States experiment and they will b ; satisfied of for him. . I pulled awny the blankets kiss her, she proudly drew her little and lived up all four horses fit to only eight factories of jny im- the value hidden therein. I and look"cd him' over: The large ioints head back and otlercd her hands for the prance around a circus ring. port a"no," aud yet those aroAPtirvIy Rhubarb Fritters: Pare and cut into and undue proportion of bone reminded salute. Ah, but that first Mimmc'r was Her first day at school was better sullicient to supply all the be balls small pieces a n stalks of rhume of. a remark I once heard a stock a heavenly one, and tho angels minis- - than a circus to her brothers anil tho that are wanted in this country. He barb. Then make a batter by beating man make when looking at an awkward Ljred unto us. other pupils, I suspoct. Out of com- - contlv there has been a sort of aboonr to a smooth paste a pint of flour with young colt: seconu summer she began to mssion to the teacher 1 only scut her in the ball market. Tht is cafeed l half a pint of water, adding a pinch of when Pf 'He'llrjbe a very strong develop those qualities which have mlf of each day for her first few terms. the adopting by c!otliingjou.is u alt, a pint of milk aud two ' he gets nis growth. Just lure look at his puzzled us so much. In June her father She had the same effect in the school- throughout tho country of Uu3BStoni " Stir the rhubarb iuto this bat joints'." brought home a litter of pigs, with their room thnt a pole would have in a hor- of giving to juvenile purchason base- tcr. Have your frying mixture boiling Othervyise, to mv surprise, he looked mother, of some choice breed. Wish- net's nest with her mimicry of the balls as presents. The balls arjjpf dif- hot in the frying-oftand drop the bat""". very much as mother's little girls u?ed ing to give his prize stock every chance girls, making faces at the boys and ferent grades and price. TEukind ter in by spoonfuls, patting them down to look, and nurse had one of my little of perfect development, he gave her caricaturing the teacher. She'would that arc given away are of coursjsfcheap a little with the .spoon and keeping girl's (that was to be) dresses on him. the freedom of the yards for a time. prevent the others getting" their but quite durable. Perhaps yoipwould them separate. Fr' the same as vou her own wy"Utoached his little h.nnjl with one She was so well ftHl that she was- very ynt havesneaking perfectly. There was like to. bee how baseballs arenxle. would other frit'.-s- , and when done to about her mischief, Follow me and I will show jipu the a bright yellow ish brown on both shies, linger, and it closed tightly on it. Ho quiet, doing no mischief, but mostly nothing .I n ' nrwinrxl rrvant iiorl" nri ii.l r lying around the grassy places with her aud she was sure to be caught in it. whole process." drain and serve with butter and sugar mo?.andBifeseemed:a5if he was going to tiny ollspring free to roam at will. One trick was not especially praiseOn the uppor floor of the cfablish-meover each, together with a litUe gra:ed sav: "Well, what are you wing to do Wherever went tho little black pigs worthy. Her brother wa- learning a sat several men with ba&Pts of nutmeg. Tie CaUrer. about it?" there also went the little white Patty. piece for declamation entitled "The dampened chamois anil buckskts clipShe Of course, I drew the precious gift to Thoy were very shy of her at lirst, Boy's Ambition." very pings at their sides. Before eack workParing the Hor-c- 's Foot. my bosom with a rush of teuderness scampering away when she came too much to learn it, but we told her it was man stood a stout piece of n the too hard a piece for her. I wished her end of which was inserted a mold, hemthat never again failed. near: but her persistency soon conIn a state of nature, the growth of I defy anj' woman to take the entire quered them, and in Jess" than three to learn Longfellow's "Little Girl ispherical in shape, in which the ball- - the fo t and tho wear and tear are She are formed. Taking a handful charge of an infant in its early years das I found her sitting down beside Wrho Had a Little Curl." pretty equal. When the latter exceeds tup wo; .and nof love it. The darling will win the mother-pig- , with the little ones in sneered at "thnt baby thing," as she tin 'S lrom the the former the animal becomes tender-footeits way to the most obdurate heart. her lap and around her at play the called it, but finally learned it pressed them together in hi- - hat,Slid which induces him to rest till The now breaking had mellowed expression on her face perfectly beatific. to please mamma. When spoaking-da- y then worked about the mass afe tho horn becomes replenished. This fs down to smooth cultivation- two nice One sunny day alio Vb. follouod them came at school the little ones spoke of strong woolen yarn. Pi the ca.--e in South America where horses crops had been tafely gr.rr.cred into until completely tired oiit, and 1 found first. What was Johnnie's disgust to cmbrvo ball in the mold he po lt run wild and are caught as re piirod, s lined with straw when "an- her almost asleep, her sweet head lying have Miss Patty rattle off his own piece into shape with aheavv flat mall Hid worked till tender-footeand then let other boy" greeted my expectant car. upon the broad side of the great black as perfectly as he himself could have then Hound on more arn andga f llll- loi-- e till they again become sound. done. She came home on the run from ball another pounding. Alter to do with this one. He porker. The I knew what 1 little ones were The object in paring is to make the was to wear his brother's out grown trying to root her out of their school, laughing all the way, but I its weight on a pair of scales and its removal of horn equal to the growth of -. clothing, play with his broken way, as her position seriously inter- think she felt a little afraid that she diameter with a tape threw foot, wh'ch wear and tear would watch all his motions, catch all his bad fered with their hungry intentions. might get her face washwl in the snow the ball into a basket and began anoth the if the horse hud been unshod and do iliid at Rofore MiabitsTanU tag along close er. When the newly made balU are taking his natural exercise. We see her black friends were if Johnnie caught up with her. 3 every step. "Another boy" and "an imprisoned, there were two calves tied ".Mother."' said the Modoc to me one thoroughly they are carried to tho the elects of not paring in some horses other boy," kept greeting our waiting in the yard where she could get to them. very cold day, "Pat is going with me sewing-rooon the floor below, where on whom shoos arc allowed to remain cars as the years passed on, until the They, too, were afraid of herat first, but now to look at my traps." "Why, they are to receive their covers. Forty months. The crust or wall becomes little house was filled with boy.--, and she soon conquered them, not, however, surely, not in this snow and wind; take young woniP'i sat at tables owing on for the sole thick, and the horse is long, boots and jackets. (Irasping a apt to stumble and trip at eveiy step. until she hail been run over by them. .Ibhn, Jr." "John don't want to go. the covurs of horse-hide- . Wm, jlolinthc' 'father,. vho4 was, a". Mvotind up ropes, and stepped I'd rather have Pat " "But she'll ball firmly in her left hand, with hor This inordinate growth of horn is more inan-whowe on several time-- . Mie soon came to freeze!" "O, you 'fraid little mother!" right hand one of the ouiigworacn frequently perceptible in asse, whose were married, began to walk with head spend all her waking hours with the said Patty, dancing around to find the t'irust a three cornered lieedlc'through labor is light, and whose feet are "don't you see I have on the thick pieces of the cover and drew very erect, as became a pillar of the calves. She learned by watching us from motives of economy, or family, and to say "my boys" in a very feed them how that thing was done. Tom s cap, Dick's coat and Harry's them firmly together. In less than ten from no motives at all. In these animpressive manner. And 'those boys. and she would carry them even thing dogskin mittens? Then ju-- t look at minutes her work was completed. A imals the crust is sometimes doubic the Is it not written how tliex hacked the she could reach, if not constantly my new boots!" And away they went, smart girl can cover two or three dozen length, aud curling up so that trees with the aes, hammered with watched, "heed ealfy" were the firs't cam ing the sunshine of childhood out of the best and eight dozen of the cheap- ordinary does not meet the ground. e the toe the hammers, sawed with the saw-- , connected words she ercr used. When into the winter storm. er grades of balls in a day. The wages These cases show the foot requires tiled with the lilts, bored with I fir.--t knew that the Giver of all good She celebrated her eighth birthday earned ve0kl3 range from even to nine paring, as a substitute for its natural the augurs, waded the slews. i the had blessed me with this girl, I shook by skinning two sheep poor little dollars. The balls are afterward taken wear, from which shoeing relieves it: "t"iaEc3, cillell to each other from ' the my index finger before John's eyes and tilings that died "for want of breath," to the packing-room- , whore thcMsatns it is also necessary,' iu order t have at tops of 'the tallest trees, and kept such de'clared here wa- - one Child who would and that the masculines said were not are smoothed down and the propor each -- hoeing a fre-- h portion of horn for a wnoop-i- a echoing over tlie-- e prairies not clean out He gave a supe- worth skinning. Tho boys were away stamps are put on. 'I he best balls arc attaching the shoe. thaUKature,- - who .is .said to abhor a rior smile, ami replied not. But one with all their p .m so she did made entirely of yarn and In preparing the foot for the shoe, A". I' TribuH'. Aacuum, never had reason to regret the morning in early fall, before she was the work with a table knife not to be after carefully removing any remaining departure.of theioux braves., The3e three-year- s old, I had my answer. He turned by trilles,- - yon ee. The stubs, the crust should bo lowered with boys fillc(htherplace perfectly. called me to the window and pointed result added forty-fiv- e cents to her priThe Docile American Horse. the rasp from toe to heel, which being Hutwas the mother As she toward the stables. Tom was throwing vate purse. should be pared with the done, the It has long been accepted as a theory drawing-knif- sole If the foot has been cooked and scrubbed and made and out the litter, and Dick was tossing it Shall I own that what perplexes me that vice mended, what had she to show for all into a pile. There was Patty, with a most is the way John has turned the by our transatlantic stopped or soaked, the old flakes of stable-folk- , Iho years of hard labor? Not mu h, I broken-handle- d tables on me. "Just look at your in animals is almost always the remit horn can be removed without diflicultv: helping " said he one rainy of unkindness and maltreatment re- they have the appearance of cheese ,' icar, unicss sne out ner oovs get tnioa with all her little might. She could ge" 'dainty thecalcsrand give the,iigurc3 in avoir- - but little on to her clumsy fork, ami it day, when she had volunteered to clean ceived by tlum from their liuniaacom-pnnions.'an- rind, and altogether different from the that thepiuoity ofivicious tough, firm horn farther above. Care dupois. She had tried to train tueni would not stay there until she reached out the drain below the stables a job to gentleness, but were they gentle? the dumping-piace- , but when it fell oft', the boys refused to do unti" shamed hor-e- s in the Unite I States'is "tdbs ex- must be taken to cut off a portion of plained by the gentlene-s- , and. so to the horn between the crust and bars, Shu hadrtricd to train them to tidiness, she patiently laid down her fork, went out by her energetic work. S7'" but w'erc they neat? She thought of the and picked up the load with her hands, In a streak of compassion for his speak, the" familiarity with which the so the heels of the crust will bo higher lovely "six" who occupied her time in and placed it on the fork again, and little tomboy, and remembering her noble animal is treated in every part of than those of the .sole. Generally parlittle earlier years,and could not answer to perhaps would have one straw clinging isolation from girlisii companions and the Union. There can be but intelli- ing off" these flakes and nigged portions Iter satisfaction. Sometimes four of to the s to throw off wheifshe sympathy, her papa one day invested doubt that in no country is the developed will be sufiicient. The bars will simply theiu would be in the .stable at work reached the pile. in a piano-harp- , thinking, perhaps, that gence ot quadrupeds more require cleaning and tho removal of cultivatel than in the United Stales, loose portions without diminishing their oeiore oreauiasi; ana how the straw "Mother," called Harry, one warm music would have refining charms to and that by im and litter would fly from their day, prancing past the window with soothe the savage little breast. The where it is well understood d .strength. The heels, that is, the juncciaractcri-tics- , stable forks. They would rush baby on his shoulder, "don't worry instrument when closed looks like a fat, kindness alone can their qualities t, vvill be tion of the bars with. the cru-e in at the call t6 breakfast with soiled about Pat, she is going with us; we'il overgrown without its trails, dispositions and curl inwards; if so, is more ('(midlines forth. Nothiug M' &trar hanging to their caps, their cars, see to her." "Mamma, Patty goin' machinery. When opened, b' folding fully cutting than loscean straighten them isby nearly a away a thnir w11ii-.- s tliA,,- - Vx;.t f'wimmin'," came backin sweet baby back its .. v,.,t.i.j, nivil ITOU ......t-t.- covers, a dulcimer-lik- e co.nnion, for general 1CUMIIJJ wiui a buggy little horn. It barneed nnrectificd ammonia; but their faces tones. I did not quite approve of the arrangement of strings and letter-i- s American horsealone in New to custom for smiths to open the heels bv York his It and standing rosy and happy. I "believe the hardest baby taking swimming-lesson- s disclosed over a sounding-boarcutting away a great portion of the inquite so -- by the with hammers. master having entered a shop to learn which came to me in young, so, as soon as I could leave my is operated upon thing ferior and posterior parts of the bars. in the nudstufthc 'hose days was the uselessuess of the baking, I went to look after her. The When handled by itsinventor, its music curbstone's edge, of Broadwayone of It certainly, by widening the commism ,, Saturday bath, to nren.im a beach where the batherf lirst take to suits me better than any I ever heard. crush and turmoil noisy Itnipuigh-faro- s sures, makes a narrow foot appear boy for going to Sunday-schoBut with Patty the music begins the 1110 U crowded and the eartiTMio-for- e wider, but it must weaken the heels by TTTij"rL'Vfr- - has a vcry-cntslooe. upon the face of from her dancing withdrawing great portion of one of being over four descending from his buggy tVc mas- the walls or a buttresses which consti.t uay. j.--icarneu mat with boys unon a tho water not .;rod from shore. when she conies interests. in"Now I'm great out door ou can i calcinate with anv inches luiiu, deep a word or two to hihorsc, says a to be a lady," and and 'iEI.e of certainty upon what is going There I found my darling, g.iing to begin agile foot s'he sends with ter leaves him standing in tliefctreet tutes its strength,foot. thus it assists to happen." Tertians iust as von thinE stripped to her waist and drawers, one kick of an her and without restraint. The sagacious ani- contraction of tho flying under the lounge, they are all ready, shoes blackened ami running and splashinf the water, and rubber-boo- t Some horsemen vvill tell the blackneckties on, the calves break out of out again on..to the dry, silvery sands another kicK and its mate lands in the mal, whose eyes arc not "shiehtijl by smith that the frog is on no account to blinkers, and who is not tormented by wood-botheir pen. Of course they must not be to catch her breath. Her mittens are "fired" be touched. This is very unwise; for, - allowed a Procrustean bearing-rein- , underto go to the cows, but away "See Patty fwim," said she, rushing into some corner, aud pulling at the stands perfectly that he is expected to although smiths arc inclined to cut tho - they run in all directions,, through strings of her hood, which arc tied in wet out into the unnecessarily, the total disuse of nearly grass and over muddy roads, a small knees, then lake up herself to her fourteen hard knots, she slips them wait until his master has transacted his fror knife is likely to predispose .down over her chin, up past her nose, and business; and wait, thronin" he the regiment of boys after them. Over upon her hands or, if they exist, to render began to hedges and ditches for an hour or two creep toward shore. amf feet,time I had the hood goes flying, where she never does, sometimes for hours at a.' time, thrushes - t tlicui worse. The frog will grow too a Quite t . 1 jnntitialh'afe to re- and without regard to the winter's cold see. comnletelv wearied nut- her ladyship to come ashore, stops to on her (W'heu she wishesonly to or summer's heat. Again, in the wild- luxuriantly and become ragged, behead, she has then it is loo late for church, and it will coaxing had drv place it where I the shod foot can not receive the take all uext week to repair the dam- - waiting for her; towels and dry clothing rcver-- c the operation poke her head est parts of the Western or Southern cause wear and pressure as if unshod. but upon the promise up through the neck of it,.giyc her chin States there is not a farmer who'thinks same "n13 l' lu eiojHiog. aomcumes it is that" she could kclp mamma make A am thing of driving-hiby nHit In consequence, the frog often touches a sudden praine-hrsweepingin, some- cookies she condescended to come home a lurch forward, one twistof the mouth, over a wooden bridge horse ofnorcs, the bars, having a vacant space above, full times a sick animal, or a cast one, or a with me. and the thing is settled. caused by many planks havingdropped gcrving to harbor wet aud filth, bv Tossing her hair in the weather, necessi . iyddeii-ohngndso her baby life passed on. The seizes the hammers,out of her eyes, she into the stream beneath. The "careful which thrushes are often produced. and really plays tating an entire change in the chorus. lonj of the frog Now, the commissures may ' were several pieces very well; but with beast, who bridge or mav not' have ouht to be cleaned out so their deepest Well, all this 1 have learned and tried "Not a day was sn n terrible inu io ,..,... hut she visited on many previous crossed the energy enough to snap the strings, if to laugh when the vest laughed, and her outdoor pets, if she found tho they were not.of the strongest silver-ste- occasions, feels his way in the darktiess, part can be seen, and as mu'h of the f ' t wipe their tears when they flowed. But snow blowing on and fro"- removed as necessary for the purI beds unwire. She brings the hammers and his hea having been surrendered pose; cut away ragged portions, and if sometimes their lessons went far ahead comfortable, woe them or their until unto the family down as if she were cracking walnuts. to him by the driver, steps as carifullv there are cracks into which the dirt has of mine. I remember a fright they gave their wrongs were righted. One of her papa's favorites is "Katie and with as much precision as a dating me one day when they thought to ive The summer that she was four years Leo ami Willie Gray." At the third master. Whenever, indeed, a ferse penetrated, cut them out as far as the lu yiciiamc. iiiey wisuca me to go old dirt extends. Thus far the knife should is found to be possessed of a ' down to the lake to see how well they was:she began to reio-- ri'ht royally. It verse she always turns up her nose at to use an old orkshire word,violeri, or m, and no farther. By no meaus cut "Us east with Willie's words: a could swim. They dared me to get the sheep.boys aregoino-'ovetemper in the United States, the frog away merely because tho smith There are the loveliest " Hoys are strong and plrls arc weak. down there by the time they werein flowers t ,t t the odds are in favor of his hpvin" fancies it too large. Some feet require and And I'll carry, so I will, the water. I started down to get there sweetestthere, mamma for you, and tho Katie's basWup tho hill " been imported from abroad Lokdofi little or no paring beyond loose and irgrass for the atthe right time to And tteni all in the dear little lambs" the sheep regular parts; the heels of such feet At the next verse her face brightens, Telegraph. was: "Us Or it lake, bui could see nothing of them. boys are all - iiw should be preserved with the nicest aud she sings with all the expression gotng'to the outlet fishing. Away out toward the middle of the Tom says the According to a recent rule of the care; with weak feet, particularly, it is fish just jump out of the she caivm' into her voice.a laugh which jva nearly ,half a mile " "4 WWwijrcret" with Western Union Telegraph Cornpanv, desirable to remove the horny sole at y aVe S Yo'oVj... carry only half: a lotrPf .blacklhings bobbin"-amund- , thtckr"thepSeiVitherC operators are obliged to send their inns" tho heels with a small drawing-knif- e Thenti"ssinx back her curl. Ivat IooTSmI as though they How or whea sages exactly as they are writteiiifol-lowin- g Boys are wcakas well as girls." large ono may cut way thfc bars with lie child learned to might b(f a school of ranskrats that ha'd read lam the "spelliug, no raatterjow the sole, thus weakening the heels. In How this natural phenomenon will 11 snraltW' lesson. She iKbeen frightened away fronr the shore. never slopped tllyulc not tell. She turn out it is hard to -- ay, as she is yet incorrect it may be. How wotjKi it other feet the growth is so great as to ft What was my sjirpri'sq when they .be- began with but nine years old. She doesn't seem vork if newspapers were to a""l; a require- the removal of considerable gan to shout to me. and L learned that of the new the rwUafetters on the boT to spend anjUme reading, yet she can similar rule regarding their pubFicd horn at each shoeing.' Thus no fixed wagon, ihtfetters and words the blaebuucl.es were the heads of mv mi the can be given for paring the communications? There woHld'j&ijo. sb"vryjtliauhas been farm Then J heard tell every LiUlSOiiWttor thepublished times appear oine very unique P.rl'ei- - directions he nature aud condition of the boys. I just screamed and ran home her spelling inaeliiBer last two horn. 'I " on "the out- in our out vas fast as V could, sure that every rat feet must determine how much side of thepapar AjtmcW' as she rears, andrshe knows the contents of mens of spelling reform. Sprln & of Uiem boys of them I mean would Oirahfid on , cbUdi'KJBible-historiesqwell that iMasS.J L taon. Prairie I'arnvr. pana had ir to ThAHiP.lrmnT. S1BHTJ-- .. - I miriai . t , -i urown it is ai JffediHg that' tngs at a woraan'slJ jfSlKwa she first ones she has gins to feci tha so long protecF. fare drifting m be- ft yond her. W eL hpr ,i tirhavs to mow and boys to plant, bqy?i s"" aml to reap, and boys left in the house to teae for mother's to play horse, when morning, neeeraber one de- the thermometertwenty-eigh- t grees below 7rn ??Bftuer and euvclone were brought rS? T took a pencil and feebl yVrote, todcar friends in the fe' just brought from town. aiirc hiiH vhypii t n shoe-9tuff- 3 1 to4f t, war-pat- '- -nu(i " w,-w.- n-it-h J t- k r i y -- f. ! long-deferr- hard-worki- clas-iticntio- iis Charles Dickens in 1SI2. Charles Dickens when he first visited Washington in 1812, was just entering his thirtieth year. Ho was a middle-sizesomewhat fleshy person, and he wore a brown frock coat, a red figured yest and a fancy scarf cravat, that concealed the collar and was fastened to the bosom in rather voluptuous folds by a double pin and chain. His hair, which was long and dark, grew low noon the brow, had a wavy kink where it started from the head, and was corkscrewed as it fell on either side of his face, His forhead retreated gradually from tho eyes, without any mnrked protuberance, save at the outer angle, the upper portion of which formed a prominent ridge a little within the assigned position of tho organ of ideality. Tho eyeballs The completely filled their sockets. aperture of the lids was not large, nor the eye uncommonly clear or oright, but quick, moist and expressive. The nose was slightly aquiline, the mouth of moderate dimensions making no grent display of the teeth, tho facial muscles occasionally drawing the upper lip most strongly on the left side as the mouth opened in speaking. His features, taken together, were well proportioned, of a glowing and cordial aspect, with more animation than, grace, and more intelligence than beauty. d, T1IE STAGE-DRITER- -S STOUT. How General Scott'. ttfe was Saved and How 1IU Driver Twlco Escaped Death. The traveler of the present day, a he is burned along by the lightning express, in its buffet cars and palace sleepers, seldom reverts in thought to the tim3 when tho stage coach and packet were tho only nens of communication between distant points. It is rare that one of the. real old time stage drivers is mot with and when the writer recently ran across Fayette Haskell, of Lockport, N. Y., ha leit nice n bihliozraDfcor "forgotten lore." VrH'vTTi1"11801 ouo OL .,, u.,.UUuu r .. lne pioneers in stage driving (be formerly ran from Lewiston to Niagara Falls ana Buffalo) is hale and beany and bid fair to live for many years. Tho strange stories of early advontures would fill a volume. his At ono lime when going down a mountain nearLjwiston with no less a personngo than General Scott, as a passenger, tho brakes gavo way and the coach came on the heels of tho wheel horse. Tho only remedy was to whip the leaders to a gat lop. Gaining additional momentum with each revolution of ths wheels tho coach gwnyed and pitched down tho mountain side ami into ths streets of Lewiston. btraight ahead at tho foot of the steep hill flowed the Kiagara Hiver, towards wbica tho four horses dashod, apparently to certain death. Yet tho firm hand never relaxed its hold nor the clear brain its conception of what must bo dono in the emergency. On dashed tho horos until tho narrow dock was roached on therivor bank, when by a nas'erly oxhibition of nervu and darinc, the coach was turned 1:1 scarce its own length and the horses brought to a itand still before the pale lookers-ocould realize wht hai occurred. A purse was raised by General and prosented to ilr. Haskell wiih high compliments for his kkill aud lira very. ' JfOtwithstandiiic all his streneth nnd Ibis robuu cons titu' ion the strain of con- ttinuous work and exposure proved too much lor 2tr. ItankeU'i. constitution. The constant jolting of the coach and the necessarily cramped position in which he was obliged to sit, contributed to this ond, and at times ho was obliged to abandon driving altogether. Speaking of this period he said: impossible to sleep at "I found it almostleft night; my appetite im entirely and I had a tired feeling which I never knew before and could not account for." "Did you give up driving entirely f " No. I tried to keep up but it was only with tho greatest effort. This s'nte of things f ontinued for nearly twenty years until last October when I west alt to novv-a-da- nriku,fi,Jr. k&jzcM. rr .K3t..'::'-.vi2-s- c. v? i M THMSSHERSl OW - Ben Pcrlei Poore. (1M Mj.I.CaseTM.eb Racine, Wis. fop Cata(octfe v it costs nothing kis-iu- Dry Rot iu 3Icn. The period of dry rot in the lives of men is said to begin atthe ago of fifty, though a recent essayist makes it date at forty, and if this is so, tho poriod for deendenee for women may be net at least ten years earlier. There is a time generally acknowledged in society when men and women seem to have reached their ultimate, when the forces of youth are spent, when tho environment of life is apparently fixed, when it is possiblo to go on for a while uimjii lines that have already been formed, when one seems, to have accomplished his career, and can ret with satisfaction upon what ho has done. This is the point of danger to men, especially to professional men. It is the point when clergymen, or or doctors feel that they have reached something fixed, and need not put forth further effort. It is also the joiiit where women, if married, aro apt to say to themselves that thev can settle down into the fixed things of their homes or if unmarried, are apt to with draw their interests from active life and retire into themselves. law-ycr- u, Timet-Democrat. n boo-tifu- v. -- -- one-hal- sun-bonne- ts 11- -e PAFI LLON "WHAT HON. J. C. BURROWS SAYS." For more than Ore yean pau a member of my a been afflicted with Hay Ferer. culretaatlnsla; in the fall with a backing cou;k which weald Inervasi in severity un:U the return of warm wcalher. Every remedy proved ai r Kef w:s only fouad la a change of ci'ante. There was a recurrence ef &.' acuity last fall, attended with ihe uwl couti sal violent protracted sarnlns. JTotUalfa bottle of Tap ttton Catarrh Cure had bcea owed before the conga n ly disappeared, apd g Tral relief foBoived. Itli aunply woadVrfu: : Don't fail ta try it. faral-lyhatn-Ji- p - -- ir jt' -- en-ti- et ificar-pictur- es piece-!.- rL-i-ng s. out-boy- s i horse-danke- t. o ll s apron-string- ha-h- ad her-elf- s. aa to-da- y half-doze- e -- well-bente- A Paris correspondent of the New York Times says that halls given in tho dress or conversation of the present day, are entirely out of dale in thatcity, such mild entertainment being tabooed by society. When the hontcss scikIb out her invitations, she accompanies them with the information what period the fete is destined to typify, aud the guests are expected to conform with her request. This sort of thing keeps ono up well with the dress, manners and small talk of the past ago. a Ie-so- if U - 1 nt - wi-h- ed joi-ui- qt-'llt- - ba-K- et d, a-- nil-pen- d, - t- mca-ure- ho d m -- neg-lec'- ed rat-spea- r; -- ,u-an- -- icket-knive- -, India-rubbe- a-i- do e. kin-m- en blos-om- d Ir you feel yourself growing weaker, . . LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S . . your strength failing, tiw functions of your COMPOUND VEGETABLE body berotninz impaired, take warning in Wht k a United States Treasury note I is starving for want of 13 A rOgmVE CCBE FOR like a caterpillar? Because it is hard to time Your blood Guysotl's Vellow Dick All tlinse painfnl Complaints Chicago nourishment. Dr. food for the blood. It counterfeit and Snrsspnrillft is and NcaVnPKNC so common lYibtinc. purifies this stream of life and strengthens to onr best every part of tho body, rebuilds a broken FF.MVI.K rori'liiTIOX. NOT I'lVK DOLLARS 1'OK DOCTOK IX down constitution, produces drearalsss rOIlTV-FIVfrlte ll!i Ure4, IH r lewarefum. VKAKS. slumber, nnd rostores wasted energies nnd hraUng of ffdttii far Im Its pur9tt a shattered nervous system. A trial bottlo rftooisaWaUft wWy p'to, tf&tinattftttor alt Watso.vvii.le, Santa Ckuz Co.. Cvu, I tha V lodiea can ffladlg ttmtifi. Fob. 3d, J83I. ( will convince. JJo other remedy equals it. it MmlHU to , all Ovarian It rlll rnn entirety VaUlnir anrt trouble. IaSunraa-t- l years old nriit my wlfo ' I aru efghtv-foti- r lnjirUerBaeBt. a4 ration, 'T fcnil I OlUtCTIo.V is made in New York to Spinal w ea'.ne'W. anil i rrtlrnkulyniapt-!..Ikr- t We have raised a famis seventy-seveof Life. fear so many Chaw ily of ten children. I have used Bkand-rrtii'- s drowning stray dogs for navigation. It rmnoTr FaJntne.TUlaVner, derfrojsaUeraviBS; sunken barks may otstruct rUeviii Wcaknewof IB80"'1" years for tho Inst forty-fivPills Heartachs. Nerroiss Prottrauon, It eurw UeVl Oeneral doctv. Meleawii. Plrion and lndl a my only family medicine, nnd my Insurance. down. caMta? inMtton. Tht fee'lTRof Insurance is a good thing whether aptor's bills have not amounted to five doland bM&arlv. ! alray permnenIy cured by Its use. Send mainn tol.vr.n. !.. for pamphlet. letters pt lars in all that limo. I have used hun- plied U life or property. No less a blessinnatrrejnnilentially aiWTrered ing isanything that insures good bonlth. dreds of boxes of Brandketh's Pills; Kidney-Wodoes this. It is nature's great with them I have cured my boys and girls remedy. It is a mild but efficient catharHair Restorer. of Scarlet Fever, Measles, Croup, Colds, tic, and acting at the same time on the Walnut Leaf Mumps, Diarrhoea and Constipation. I Liver, Kidneys and Bowels, it relieves all organs and enables them to perorm have recommended them to hundreds of thebe duties perfectly. It has wonderful other families, and never knew them to their power. See advt. fail where evor they wore used for who 'stonls bases "Cas tho disease of any kind. Whon my vife entirely dlF. n m fn 'U a.1 ohrs. It Is s clear s Is a perfect years old sho was be called a base deceiver?" asks the Bos- asIt l t r. nd as its nam" was seventy-threton Star. - v r I' wul ..mi' diat ly lree the head ... ... troubled with a very bad Coujb, and f rotu all laiidruft, restore pray hair to Its natural cp.or. new crjw h where it has fallen off. sul-It dio as if she would it looked No lady need bo without Mrs. Pinkhnm's wnleh ioen..i ta of nw nT affn t the with Consumption. She would not call in Vegetable Compound because sho is tar phur, suar jnvlead and nitrate of silver preparathiBi ihaas- luht orfaded hair drncBWC distant frqm drug stores. The proprietors hate done It will gkvwy -brown. Aslc yotir in a few & doctor, but commenced taking Buaxd postage paid F.ach bottle I warranted. Jso. U.VJM. rkth's Pills, two and three overy night. send it in the form of by mail from Lynn, f..r it Clnctunatt, O , aadc. K CErnixiox. 2i. l. et lozenges or of pills; In threo weeks she was completely curcl Mas., fl per box, cr six for $5. Send for Sox. price, of her cough, and her genoral health is very the " Guido to Health" which gives full BARBLESS FISH HOOKS. good. I am sure that 13iiandri.tii's Tills particular. (Pat Oft x, irr have preserved anil prolonged our lives. beo wants to punish a litWnEK an CERTAIN TO HOLD EVERY FISH. My health is' particularly goo 1, nnd before tle bee she od IParm "gives it beeswhacks. ( U.lc. 4 Oe. per dor. I die I wish you to publish this letter, as I Weather mi. Ks. i,i;, n, 4, .1, a, t, , v. . ..... Tor Boss Porl'lkc. FurTmit. want the world to know and profit by my For sale '? t h principal dealers In CicdBnat I. Whooping Cough? Thai WiiAT'will cure It. P. Day. experience. uot pro urn i, nui 111.11 ir oi i3 a question asked every day. We can sample d iiens ou receipt of price, or enremedy in dive stamp fur d s r'pUve list. one has a right to drop a line to a answer that wo have found tho fails, and Evert VArA rrBKRS. Papillon Cough Cure. It never ash. Picayune. WU.I.1AI MILLS .fcSO.Y. can ba alministored to Infants without FINE FISEDJG TACKLE, 7"Warren St.If.T is perfectly harmless. John A. Surra, tho largest merchant in danger. It AGENTS WANTED!! DOUBLE QUICK!!! Gainesville, Ga., says: "I suffered for Is it proper for an old toper to speak of 5,000 rears from the combined effects of EryToielltli.- First Authentic ItloKrmphles of his drunken companion ns his booze-usipelas nnd Eor.ema. I continued to grow worse under medical trentment and by friend? Gourernevr Herald. taking medicine containing Potash. S. S. Piso's Remedy for Catarrh Is a certain B II. J. ItNMIKIiti, Blwae'i IVop! S. cured mo thoroughly nnd absolutely. ah- rl. very obnoxious disease. i,1 Tilt My appetite, strength and flesh returned cure for that demwnd thU work. becair tii m ft Itellulile, Itflily Illu.trtcd. Complete, Int as I was cured with it." Glenn's Sulphur Soap portraits. ltcntainsn arljr OC ip. tine steel Law. mi Is used inllospitalsns a disinfecting agent. F Leu ei.- - of former Tr. sld n's. hi IVia ! ilr.t cut, sell fHt-- t nnd piy, Men who hate long sentences CrimiPike's toothache drops cure in cne minute. blscct profit. Bnrare t vnr'linbie catchpenny nals. This is a Life sentence bo (count-her-feet- .) K Tlie Ills: llrewcry. Mr. J. IUrsch, College Toint Brewery, L. I., X. Y., writes that he employs a largo number of horses and hand?, and having tried St. Jacobs Oil, the grant pain-curfor rboumntumi, nclws nnd pins of his men, and for galls, splinte, thrush, wind-gall- s and othor affections of bis horses, fimls it superior to all romediM, and would not be without it. e, Mich.. March liifc. ML doubled all up; could not walk without a cane and was incapable of any "A DRUCCIST'S TESTIMONY." effort or exertion. I luul a constant desire to urinate both dny ami night anil although On th l thof March I sold Maaoa Golof, (barbr c In Marlindalr't Stock . on; boule of raptltoa Oajjti I felt like pasting a gallon every ton only n few drops could escape and Core, and a week later a- - tolJ mi that it haj netvoiy Finally It rellrvdhis chCl, bat had almost en'ltrly cared it of they th.ck with sediment. entirely nd I thought death "WhwfHs Oujrh ceated to Jrx.ii t A. IUao. DeBlsun Home Druj was very near." tad anapolts, lod. " What did you do thon?" " What I should have done long before: listen to my wife. Under her advics I began a new treatment." " And wi'h what result?" " Wonderful. It unstopped the closed passages nnd what was still moro wonderA CAKCER FOR TWENTY YEARS. ful regulated the How. The sedimetit vanTor ished: my appetite returned nnd 1 am now nrrk. 'iw. sty f arc I suffered from a Cancer 03 my Patent 1'otaeh and Mercury Mixtures' fed well and good for tu enty more yearswholly my arras of curing the t'anct-upper IxaUti through tho aid of arner's Safe Cure and the down, part of iu, body 21 y generalof. 6. S.wa and my life was despaired broken that has done wonders for mo as well as enred mo sound end w'I. . Tilts nw lcasa of life SIt for so many other. " e can not be measured by any monetary pave to I owe my life tnt tItsanoort of mr family to value Mr. Haskell's experience is repeated evBrill's bpixillc.'' TT. 1L ItOBlSON. Davbboro. Ga ery day iu the lives of thousands of American men and women. An unknown HOPES TO BE CURED. evil is undermining the existence of an inAlbany, was "Ur Brooks, numerable number who do not nialize the whh Cancer. It had mien tomuKhhopelessly aOIcted hu nose Into h's danser they are iu until health hits entire mon'a and throat The time of hia death was only a ajueatlMtofa very short time He prayed for death. ly departed and death perhaps stnres them n!s suffering wassognai. r S . ha had a wnsder-fu- l in too lac. 10 ncelerl such important effect on him. Ills Improvement Is to creatthat matters is like drifting in the current of we aU feci sure of hu belns p. rf etlv cured In time. W ll GILlttltT. Albany. Ga. Niagara above the Falls. Treattse-oBlood and Skla Diseases mailed free "In what wavJ" " Oil, I (Et Kalamazoo, J C IllEROT-MYmb. Congress. IthUbL. Iflch.) win-uto- llo-.- v 50 Years!r ne-i-r - where he does not earn about going. X. Excursions let a man go cheap U places 0. IicayHne. Our to applicant. SWIFT SPE( IFIC CO., Drawer X Atlanta. Ga. W. T Ofllce, 159 W. 3d bt ; Philadelphia Office, CbiatDiit hu 1305 1 -- Mi n. e fnrs'lmulo-iti.,an- r. rt ball-playe- r, e .wl-c- a eseta-NelUirl- .. andpr.-dU- n in-u- Vl r - nmrn km I - uan Stall.-tie- ! i T Y. fork-line- things look like new by u.ing the Diamond Dyes, and you will be happy. Any of the fashionable colors for 10c. at the druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. Eg You will be Happy. Make your old to its LIKE HIS FATHE! P. . !) H' BBArn Il'- -'t , ( !t inist'. Ohio. OtlfitinTt rtatly Stndc far mt and tare tlms- - Forthebestbookaiidtestttrrns.wrlteaionca four-tine- It Is a cold day when the chunk of ice doesn't get left. nnd Debility are absolutely cured by Blood Cure. sewing-machin- d'-aw- n Ktdnkt Complaints, Female Weakness, Pap-Ulo- n in-tan- . ro-cw- d. A sure sign of rain leaving home in the morning without an umbrella. IF afflicted with Foro Ejes. use Dr. Isa,u Skompwn's Ere Wator. Druggists suit U. Ko. g ol le x. vertises for sale a large quantity of oil paintings "hy some of the ancient master of tho day." The correspondents all ngree tI1.1t tha story thnt tho conventions in Chicago were to bn hold in the discarded shoo t a local belle was n malicious fabrication", concocted iu St. linuis tor campaign pur-ixtscs- An auctioneer, in a recent band-bil- l, ad- .- ItoiloH Globe. lv It simply follows in the beaten track. The Judge. A Therk is no bing original about nn egg. s e e .3 wearing a straw lint was seen yesterday." Philadelphia is geuernlly a quiet city, but onco in n great while something extraordinary does take place there. Boston Post. Why is n child who-,- father and mother have neither brother? nor sisters like n riddle that can not bo solve J Because it has no aunt, sir. 1 Philadelphia paper says: "A m?n He was Afflicted with Inone in the lJIad-de- r, Also, Liko Him, was Cured by tho Uso of Ir. David Kennedy's Favorite Itemedy (of Kondont, N. Y). Mr. S. W.' Hicks, of Pleasant Valley, Duchess Co., N. Y., tho son of Mr. E. S. Hick-- , whoso name may have appeared in this journal in connection with an articlo similar to this, was, liko his father, afflicted with Stone in the Bladder, only that hfs caso was moro serious than his father's. The father advised tho son to write to Dr. Dryid Kennedy, of Rondout, Iv. Y".,who, he said, would tell him what to do. Dr. Kennedy replied, huggesting tho use of KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY, wlich had worked so successfully in the fatier's case. Mr. Hicks, who had been asstred by tho local physicians that thoy could do nothing moro for him, tried FAVORITE REMEDY. After two weeks' use ofitbe passed a stone ii of an inch long Since and of the thickness of a then be has had no symptoms of tho return of the trouble. Here is a sick" man healed. What better results could have bcon expected? What greater benefit could mod science confer? Tho end was gained; that Is surely enough. Dr. Kennedy assures tho public, by n reputation which ho can not afford to forfeitor Imperil, that tho FAVORITE REMEDY does invigorate the blood, cures liver, kidney andbladdercom-plaintas well ns all those diseases and weaknesses peculiar to fomales. pipe-ste- US.STAKDAHIV s S Q.rtiiTRii cumrtiiviiuiu OF Iica Lertrs, SUI B'srlssi, Br.i Tsrs Cesai sad Desm Bol. JOMS3 h p WAGON SCALES, TON Kfrlsbt for frr tSQC3ripn4 and rnc List mtaticn th To Agents "YES T 50 PER CENT. e b y DISCOUNT utSente biejnpby V. wh. Irjdi sit wntif fzes. Pr J OrJerline!, rl ViiiI 4S Ameriean Oillll. IlBqnleLI for at ttn-PTBLISIIlNU Aldrr., THK riX'INSVTIClnelna-U- .lib Ohio. CO, , 174 Wnt 4lk ktrvcb el(n y twt ted md siy tn:--L so ' li-JAk-)- il, dB tclTsnvE I lhlSl ML ILil FA IS. Bcstlxjnsbjrup. TwtesBOOd. LUStS isnsia' lUizMlSa 8 in urae. tola Dy aruegisia. in P ia.f S ra S Ilentlneln-s-Irtce.aCc ;:'- or by mail nampic. irre. a 3SLT5eraaid?iUSaitr,B3EerccrSt..K(rs7ToTk. r P1T'C?F Asrntsfor the Authorized OC-n. 6fiK: ST. 6E5RABD VEGETABLE PILLS." Tlio Ilcst Oire for l.lver'and llfHot.n compiints, CostlTcness, d Jjiep.la. 33JAIW33 Uus rar d vn-t- s, wiih S"eel and IVood Ercravtocs. Bonfcsc Uf.rsi tfrror every IO Outfl: on y copies on.rreJ. will give as premitim a comP'tSJ? TUB. CO Chlcaso. eaecr of the U. fa. rE01'l-s JVIB-- XjO&AW. rro-fuse- iy "THE BEST CensPoTeis IS CHEAPEST." flSTCiTElft el - Why is a list of musicnl composers like a saucepan? Bucru-.i it incomplete without a Hundel V. V Ledger. E" e r niis-chancy- ," Edith: The best vvny to tame a mouse is to throw it crumbs and then refrain from jumping on a table and seronming vvheu it ventures oulPhiLideliiltia Call. Twai.v is learning to ride the He will soon Rive an exhibition of innocence abroud. Lmccll Citizen. enced ad wlmeiscd tho eflect of itoitct-ter- 's Sfjtnaeh Bitten upon tie weak, broken down, despoodlnj victim) of drippi!a llTeroJisplalut. feTei ani a;tie, rheuma- fTrtem. Aa who Ime experi- Fortlfrthe ton&ilO PATS for a (OU.?IV for prafiaates. for Clreuiar. IW cieTsrlslIfii ISaltfd to all -c-tlcns. Write for aad Prices to ThaAalttcan&Tajtor Co. lUnsfleld. Oaio. SCTarU, New Aer.er. Positions KaUonMpatrona. Write COLKUAN & P.l,'l1,rtJSS? Bllr, rALlia. tism, nerTonsde-bmt- y, 5SXCAG0 S0ALS CO. ?EEaA.lS -- .Mark b'icv'jle. , JiS0'610 -- The rejtort that there are no pins in China is aM n mistake. Tha wife of the Chinese MmNlcr is nam! Ah Pin. Call. i'Aff-ndejphi- fr-- STOMACH., gr a decay, taoir li this aDprrme tonic and alterative lhrre exists a specific principle which ruches the very source of the trcu' & and effects as absolute and perma-ti'turc. For &! ' y all DrazgU's and Iicaler: jrenerallr. or premature tht Ton WaaonScale.J4ei --TonS80j XJttie Detective," 3. fcend fcr -- ut UHJ 1'KUV.t.aa f SoiTi BKRraa . rars too 300 PER " Best Steel Portraits. vn, by man. eachs A tuiek who lately brokoopna grocer's warehouse, excused himself on tho ground that he went to take tea. IOOO0 IABENT8 - Thk Carlisle Indian School U vory exclusive. Only denceuJa its of the oldast Amer.csn fannli-- . er he m aus ilvci golden an! spe -- BLAINE ?V?IS.?,,il.u, w,"' ' il?m Wukx the be"'-- i ..1 1 I nc, ., -- . ) ",:i er. ...- U v -- aPi, . 1 ai bdcilCt) i talks," " li.P I!U . ofl.du BUI liU "SJ'L.?- - .V ' "JILtory tf AMrlimi PtllUnu" .11. ".""dr.aU(inICoeriimim',Ae.e.".. Mil it, kMt rMM '"V iiVbi ,w rpmeiKJ - '& SLOGAN nise Saiecd. B.t STiutuuiSJ r5et.ii tWCaUlt .! mlktolrrro ?ms .- aSSa'fi.fKSS.AS M. Aenu wasted. GJPerincPnbT. taaManl1t.T. MONTH. UZFZ A liss spiel's in iA5?ni Wanted. te. best ne woriu. ut. se Vfcww AaanssjAi . t, .Z.t- - E I AtteC rn. .,-MOAN. vn uw.n.. t. Prlcr-Ii- rt Wabash ar,Cblcaga (rt. anwhT ""' rM. OB'l. Ooodsrtaran- - A. N K . -- n. t,f b!h "' r,t Hrlnu t,(or tU.!! II4 fI 4 S9I, f,r 03ll tt MM. lUk 4 Kocrad;nVur-i- a nzu bwi T J U I Tt ADTKRTWCR1 TTKITI ffHES say please jou asm Ul9 aniiei Ifaia paper. UBy "HV BHP.8 '" "I ' V 3siSpriiS ' -- isisssn jj$& fTASBKJF I u 4 r. r f .Ynoiuer jhilnl 'Tho grain market in ai! tho lltjni niging occurred near4 leading cities is what the specula-toMemphis, 'luesday. call -- sick.'' Corn has been The Btuiiin- era Jumps Lee and Kato Adams, stiff at remarkable good prices, Oba f m flTfl maM ,Uoj Flux iiroaib at Troy, Tcnn. .. ouch el:iimhi- tn 1.,. ti. .,t H TOtinj m iVath'n " ..ntejii'tie I 1111' ill lililliini lllll. " Y..K"MWSi "" but it is beginning to tumble. The d. 'or in an2C.iit.-I A . i wheat crop, it is now agreed, will Aui hunit itti. ilBiUtH) eivctl 150 kf' f !" dozen Ketn ai iiiu uiu, l.t f'.ir rrt!, iy. , II ar tbf Jvultcr Aics, wliMi wi I l ?old clIicTior e.;unv u.iiL-- iur a tnal or sneod. bo very large, and quotations aie ' Wit n w'.li it we have to ;. 1 around and see our second SfoVk of Spring Goods-fifo- r When near Kowlett'a Iaiidin-- r ten not yet fixed. xnau any cii"nt;iii n Hickman buyeis On of 1ot(, bi t I r f it. lid oiiiielleu) on account of our tmncadous trade, to rcfiv Jfcour house itules below Memphis, whero the are few so far, merelmuts holding Thr hn. I ur.j:, that a: n mT skarr Eli Murray has received' the channel is very narrow and AuJ lUiul, U !!, aa t. mil. oraupiics. . uncertain of i' itood hi lif fain .nomination lor Governor of Utah. the bank of the river runs where off because of tho Bro. are ie wholesale market ai iircsmt. is verv iccnl and wo were enabled to offerout to prices. Powell & i a point, the Lee. which still held ing from 73 to SO cents for uood On - eithar Ton or I were bought bu broods in every department much loicer than same j lt Cure. llo.l lw,r tl undtr, Toy tris4M9t J I" Roil Bemcd.. .or lloj and Chicken cbol- - her distance iu the lead, pulled out Xo. 2. , AM eaatvr. with aroniznn: en Tl t on!) Gi.j ma to make the run around tho point, a'a Some apples coming into mariir store was never so replete with inviting burraiii, as at present, mm wu utter FOKTUNCS DKUU STOKE .lust at this moment the tiller rono ket, but mostly being shipped. Atwt one : urn P ur goods ot more desirable quality. must cU.fo t!io -- rAllau Piukerton, the famous..broke and tho boat. wlii..l..w!is The only transaction wo know of t'f th otlir tli tu tnr kvig . auu &i.s .ii urAti imcp detective, died in Chicago, Tues- close to the bank, sheered and rati was 1 ou the treo. Th fa c . aalia, M Mr, into tho bluff at full speed. Tho On ' kg. in cLJ&c day. l73' aSfe! S2Sc & j r The shock was no great that the jack-a'af- f, General has On. whf n tttr tlir i s , ! Mr. Blaine, wife and daughter? gallows frame and quarter issued au order under the provis- W III Wan on tno iin.tii.rMl toa loh, "Alof-nl(Ur fetock of Dres3 GootU eml:-aec- s aH the leading styles, and are un- are to visit Louisville, about tho chain were broken. All the for- ions of the act approved June 9th, Ab4 And the winds will rtgfc Orer jon or m . for elegance, unequalled in variety, and tti-- i:ki.ow all 10th inatnut. ward rijrginj: booms ami derricks ISSi, stating that all persons, not sal And one grown mul titi vmnrire. the attention of the ladus'is invited to our The Kentucky Democratic dele- were demolished, and JtufusJoucs, publishers or news agents, arc en- rarctuinro wilt oUlktilljfrar, tailinu war. Owing to our expected removal from our present location, Septtmbcr arth't. Suiri Stock. will be quartered at tho 1'a.l-- , a colored roustabout, was instant- titled to send through the mail, And drcnoi of lovr (hat lite fr ;. gates 1st, ISS-i- , wu will from July 1st, make a A tl. jear mil, ly killed. Three others of .tlio without regard to place of mailing, M l.i.l. "Ill tt liter llouso in Chicago. crew who wore ou the lower deck destination or distance, newspa lcecoM SODA W ATE It, 5j. Tickets for were seriously injured. The pers and peiiodical publications of G r 8&& large isjintbcr ofolil '2'k. at striking the "bank, rehouml-- i Xl:0 second class weighing not KeiVHTmncrN after EOKTUXrW UllUC. STOKE lor Mitie at imm ed, and this alone prevented a niore than four ouuecs. by aflixing Oi!:c.', Coiwts, Fans, at 50 C'oiilw per 100. I" AVhite Goods, Embroideries, Laces y. 1 one-cen- t Jo "While, formerly a mer- dreadful calamity, for the Kate thereto a postage stamp. TirS ItibUn, and Notion of nil descriptions, our in the price of all our line of good?, and especially will we oiler our sty Wt are the latest x and our prices the Unectt. chant of Dresden, Tcnn., has fail- Adams, which was only 400 lards Clothing at prices never before oiibicd in Hickman. We have quite an . in the rear, came rushing by hud ed at Fort Worth, Texas. extensive stock, and to save expense of moving, will offer special induceIr. 5co. V. W illitie. t Mmtche'tcr COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. passed between the Lee aiitljtno Midi , wri" ; Mr wife lm. len almi ments. TJierefore, you will find it to your inteiest to call and see uc. lleail l'laiit'H aJvertimtnctit hf'ilr tLai lubank. Her staging knocked oft bclpk fur fire wars. Hickman, Ky , July 1, 11. Our goodswerc bought for the lowest cash prices and will be sold at very not turn :ilniio Slu ' Council mt. Pnwnt Mayor MiCnttli Judge Win. Lindsay, has been several stanchions ou the lee, cmUl IViUlv ofover in HiUr, ami i close figures. We can and will cut under the lie s of any competition. JCkclric two fcnrc Huttlnu.'rtc,- for fine Shots. Our make of Kents and Tji.lit Do not tttK&Our word for it, hut come and see for yourself. (.n, Coiinciliurn Peckman, elected President of tho Kentucky and was itself brokeu at the ond. iiihcIi inipmvFi), that she is uMe now to i. SiiMW, rrnioli and Witting. Mxr, K.uiiagi! 1 the lu-- (in work "' If the Lee had remained .mmc Unr Association. jjPsraiiot be excelled in beauty, nor equalled in durability. Eccnj The minutes of the l&MlneeliBK were bank after i tinning into it.j the Klc'tric Iti(trn H'SII ;le all ilint in r'nini jTovrnTpcoplciVRAiotnilvy peo- Kato Adams would have ran'hor il ff Uww. himlrei at ie'UMisHuU read, approved anlsigntd. ' Tjaiw call tle attention of the gentlemen to our really elegant style Aocooma amwe. ple. 'Read "Fair Play" in this jfrt artiivc jkiwow. down, and doubtless botU, boats ntlwrt tlwir lurttlo Rt Fortitnv's Drur Onty . iiftv oinU a Tlio fotlowine aoootiBU were reentel in rjotrVing and Furnishings. If you are not posted in the latest fasliitm- $tt Wu want to see this preju- would have been lost. im1 on .ihd prejrly nifored, motion utA a viit to our store v.oultl do vou trcod. In lraure and balbriir- dice done away with. c were lUmd: Next Tuesday, .1 uly S, tho Indflrwar, fancy Ti.'. Collars. i:c . we earrv the dav. UUtrlit C'oatfreiicr.,? Jfcw .Senlnir Sfiiclilueq $85 50 Street pay roll for two we'k?, Convention assembles at Iilbnvd with these, Lom Price ("for which we are iamous'i nnihe District In onNr io ourtck of 8KW1X? Tho Methodist Tt:..K. ...... Confer ' VUII..IKU. II ,..;ii r.n..c.;f. Ol uw- - W. L. McCutrhex, ftfuignee lVtcr ni.; it "111 lltiOini, r.r T I J.. vrtel,... a forniid.dde arrav. Wevcrmil no houxc to sell doner than icr do for wo crtVr ence MACHINES t one lenfe,. . .. 16 60 rpair aelegates- -2 from, each Congres Oeorgp, Thomiwwn ImproTLii American, d our pwent s'ock tf the Zoic H. Y. thd leader and Maker of Low Pruts. Who jail es "e.""-7,"""8ioi, - and leader Machines at ctwt. foroa-l- i district and 4 delegates at PTABI.S M'ISVNCE. a very interesting review, iu me large from each State. Under the T. 1' FOKTLWE & CO ... 1 L ITS..I. xoxOn complaint of Geo Beat that the sta oiiimtyuHuui !.,.,. nF h,n ""-- - prevailing inlo in Democratic HaThero is to be a pieiiie and inan bunday-schoo- .uaou.ou"" Mteoh ble of John Hainn was on the Mreet s iom,i s wil'. Conventions, musical entertainment at McKen-zie- , highly creditable to scholars ami:. . Mrt;r.- and a nuuance, Couacitmen Moore sad l u ,mnnt,.,. iw Ritntege were ordereti to investigate, and wr.KMMj .....i..-- , .VM....Tcnn., ou tho 17th, for the teachors. rvt.n B,.l.nnl was admg 5.'U votes to nominate. take sach siej as may he necewary. 4?Sv wSffil benefit of McTycirc Institute. JGK&i 3B&la5 fSV dressed by Kev. Dr. Oumiiiigham, The hall holds 10i00 aeatH. lla.h OFFICIAL. SALABIES. of St. Louis. His story of Rut two oflicers are to be delegate will recoivo G tickets. On notion ordered that ekecka be iued : Lltcte Mary Wood o ctcd in this county at the ensuto nil city oflicers fornix month salary. DM alt the geuJ hMnlJ( nnnonnee to our friend nml Uic public generally, that we have jnt rceeiveil Two mcu were arrested uear On motion, Council adjourned. ing August election Sheriff mid Adoi't little Hry' plan, . immense fttock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trado of parlies wiU-in- g And do all tW gvoi yH tan, B. MtixCT, C C R. Osceola, Ark., and brought back Attest. ,School Commissioner. of Furniture in plain and fancy. Alo, a fine line -to buy. We can nhow all sty r &! proved an interesting lesson tj to ow Madrid, Mo., this week, of Go to J W. Oirman & Co.'.- for your charged with murdering a child f N;iuclnl t tlio I.J mIIcs. (ni.-- ii.o little children. T"iil; they haven Yesterday was set apart for tho and throwing it in the river. Thej IIjii.1 Axen, Ilaiu- wrp i ut Haiv, Hand Smt', Juift rercivid, a fine sehition of Bilk Drexs, go fine jmitk Augers ' IiiMlit rlanfs, &c , 5c . lir Sunday-schoo- l convention of this were st rangers, (going down the to If yon want aSons, Blackvou can get the and J. aI.-, rh'ap. Hnrb Wire alni kept for sale Conference District: andat night, 'river), on a small trading bo:t. J.yoHsAmbers' silk, the t ever brought to nick t? em a call. E Give UG-G-I-S liov. Dr. Krvilu, of Troy, was to 'Th mother of tho murdered child, man. Call and nee what a bargain we will Wc pronse to make our price to suit the .pirit of the time. Yon can rfFt scared opening sermon. To-- 1 the alleged wife of one of the Kive yen. you need never leave our lioue t look for chtaptr good". We propose to fell as lotc e Our farmers arc hopeful and deliver the J. Axbeu.'b Soss. any retail Furniture store in ihe even jubilant. The whatcropis day and the Conference men, told the horrible facts to of-ALSO THE Vcrv ropectfullv, tplendid, tho weather propitious, will bo in regular session, for tho ' ticer Derner, who pursued and Mr. Willie Millard, who at been abwnt .r i rnrn 1 tti i mr i transaction of regular business. captured them. and prospects generally good. T.F. WLLBUEN & CO. L J3 liJJ. attending the School Architecture and De XV m " A UTrnrxT JtYl 1 1 illlLiU 11 IVlAiVirrT Tinrv . Everybody invited to attend the rT" Sfc m3ht,t CASH MICE paid Jar r'..,.fr...rt.wr.. K5?S.orn mama in now Odd Fellows buildine. The Jhver and Harbor bill is sign, at Louisville, returned home yester m UUl. ami . .1 7 ULC. few tidofwo all grades m my tine. Call ami Examine. Pfticoi low. H'i7 not bt IfSTAH kin tin of Repairing done on diort noticf, and in a workmanlike Ftyle. Al m some danor of not passing. day. ALEJTAA'JJEH J" MAXWELL. On Sunday, Dr, O. T. Fitpomld, fold we are prepared to gtvepefiuUiH22L'n,enls ai The Senate made some changes in Item. K.K. reier FiekK J. T. 1J. I itl-UXURR TAKERS hive the fiiteni lho buzz of the inquisitive A,i,-,..,.is .;nti.i;....t,ft..i..ii ithe House bill, and the opinion...ill C. Oolliii', are among the miniMer atloml-in- HI Jinan. uuntomeiM txiiiteirline of on hort notice. GOODS eTer hrouIit to . wrrei . ...v.v..ww.Uo..aV... mosquito, and tho nibble, nibble DistrietCoafcreRec. l.TI....l DU,,,U K.R NO COMPETITION. AS MY (UXJOSOUrSHINE ALL OTJIBKS. TIIE1H .""' ""- W JHTNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADEAWAY. of tho joyous gnat, now rewards 01 Such proceedings of the Confer- -' : rolse "t() l"18.?..11' ) "". ot MiwKate Ompbell, of Ciraves county, may be of a public nature ico i'i fnrifel the place, on the opposite eorner from l'laut llre'a. & Co., Milder tho New tho diligent fisherman on Reclfoot will as is visiting Mr. Jaioer" LcdwklgM family. be published iu the Couiuim i;Ullll"l 1H3VJ "HI l OUIIl.71 .lllllllpV II A LL tiive me a call before htirine eluewhere. Luke. Who next! disagreements. The claase referHer. J. W. Cunningham of St. Louis, is noi't week. rYu canSTORK. inn finding anr thine in my iioufe that is kept in a first clam ring to Hickman improvements attending the Conference- Rrick work will commence on F ;T1TRB The imreiiiaiiiK undisturbed. Xono Yoiuis I'nII. the different new business houses TTtrkn, of Mi Lula MilW ami h Newburn, Tcnn., are visiting ftLs. Ueo. . Monday week, the workmen hav- Mauisonville, Ky., June 2.1. provements here arc at the will of 1 the Itiver Commission. rather l ng leon held back for want of Zeno V. Young, editor and propri srs--a 3 E-- a buck. otor of the Times, foil from the i lia. Annie Bobbins, of Troy, Tenn., in iMr. L.D. Cardwell, oditorUnMr. Sum Parker. the family of OI HIS OIIICO .:.,., nit v On r Pnimt.rv. is WllltlOW n town The Stato per capita for the Ulirtl-KlOrHiiluiol year SSo- -l was 6 1.45. For this morning at S o'clock, and was I, vt work ou a plau bv which he '38S1-it will not be niiuuiilTced Jill fatally injured, lie fella distance; l0j,es to erect n telephone from 3ce Cream Parlor, m August. 1, but it will be considcra- - of io feet, Kirikiag on the pave-- 1 through from Union City Mr. I .la Ooldberg refiectfully inm.un 'Est 'M iP-- J v bly more than for the preceding meiit. Desides a broken Jaw and j to t,jB place. It is an enterprise lliiit ihe ha ojvnel an Ire t'mAM : n a crushed thigh ho sustained seri- - tUHt WOuld result in much good to loon, on Jackson street, came "'.If year. --- ous internal injuries. At the time 1)0tu places, but thare are serio'is jiostoffiee. where let- - t'reaiu. SUrUt,.v. ESBgrTUGaSY. t ji'va-ini The rirhest man in I'Jiilndel- - oi the accident he was leauitig out; (joul)tH ns its erection at an will s:ami the Itrooiu a i t. Un iinu-' t1ifn is a idnih old bachelor past tiou. of the windoV to drop ampcr to enriy date. io Standard Pnlton Ckjr. heantifuUy arrangel. Keroembcr ih. itlv :nn It.'ils il.JUSB HAd RKKV RECENTLY ENLARGED, R?:FITTED. REFURNISHED f .x the 0 to river a. nml attontive cars, ..wliose sl'abby drca ii iiivjuii jiim lunu nib n.uiiuui;. nl ;'iuraushtTla renoealoil. Canvenent nppnini-rt- nnil ., i. I . : ad ealt. .? baj, AiiaecLscr oa ; iac oeai noic.s in iuib section. ica IJht larjr &" tall ruaild b. would not indicate him to be. worth Wo are deeply1 pained to hear IE. 25. TEJKXKSS. Proprietor. Ilr ( witbin kU mlaiie ra. .in th ncijrhborhoodofiJU.OOU.l0. of tho accident which befell Mr. Ml ftp. I'lth i'll Sup itud flip, Ve wijl sell our stock of Spring and Summer Goods for the next 60 V..ir--I Ntlthvwh f.vrTHr.:. LarkwarJ Olp, Be ports from many of the eon dy rememberH the re- - AMin x ining, liio laietuctt uttiif.ii. Till !.iIt, a!.1y. Iir and 1 ti"R in lV:ins.lvauia, Ohio and days at a , lly of Ar.cmus Ward, when ask- of the Madisonvillc Timds, who! Vtn cangtit bj tlivaamr lulUI'J W.-rfVirginia tate all the cropv tell trom tlsc tinnl story window ed what Inn principles wore iu tine condition except the peach J lOWS V. t'OUSSKY PEfll'i.r of his ollice one day las wcok, 'Principle f Nary principle. crop, whit-I- t wan almost entirely reeehing perhaps fatal injuries. MANUFACTURERS OF I'm in the show business.'' I"ci.tox Cot'STV, Kt , June J1, 18R-destroyed by the frosts iu May. Mr. Young, about a year ago, was "Will you please The fruit crop, with this excepOur friend, Fred Katie it, is married to Miss .Jessie Turner of Mr. Editor; in order to make room for a large stock of sigain on deck, at his old grocery Hickman, who has many friends forbear with me in sending you a tion iu ail the .State, named, will arti- be abundant aud tine. . stand, with the !jest of groceries, hero, who sincerely sorrow over few remarks in answer to tho cle in the Courier of Juno 27th, liquors, &c, and ready and willing this unfortunate accident. Latest The report comes by wire that S3 to deal out bargains. (live him a advices say that Mr. Young's in- iu regard to why a "prejud'ee exHilton, having engaged! the country and town trail. g necessarily fatal and ists between admit that this is a m some railroad stock juries aro Now if you want good quality and low prices, this is a chance you people!" I Mr. Win. Jordan, formerly of that strong hopes aro now .enter- fact. Very little congeniality is speculations, had failed. Judge hardly can afford to loe, as the" bargains wc offer cannot 1)6 duplicated Hilton was of the millionaire firm this county, has tained of his recovery. Jordan Station, in any market. Wc have not the time or space to mention the various found among us. Living in the of A. T. Stewart & Co., and was Bold his orange grove, near l.rooks-ville- , 1 country myself, of course take articles and the low prices, but will promise that if you will call you will A IMonnnnt Itciort. executor of that immense estate. Florida, for $1,2."j(!, for which sides with the country people. be satisfied that we mean all wc say. Mr. II. J. Atwood has arrangod lie two yearrt ago paid 1,699. So What pleasure can we have in Still they come. to servo the public with ice cream going to your town to mingle says tho Drooksville Register. Hon. Thomas F. Bayard scorns in the courthouse yard, cach,night, Fa . ran civc -- ' iK'r cet in pric. and there, attending ohiirch. &c, when to be gaining ground aa the probaYi during tho season, commencing thero are such inconvenient pla- ble nominee of the Democratic CO iH'i t ut in (Mi.ilily !iv luiytui; FUltXl 'his evening. Every arrangement ces to hitch our horses to? Wc Convention. There ia not a mort TUUEat E.T.OAKDXEK'S made for tho pleasure and comfort may ride into tovt n tho warmest noble, holiest, capable, pure and of patrons. This is a moBt cliarm- - day that comes, and where can we intellectual man iu the United Tho-- month of Juno past has resort, been au average, mouth as to tem ing, a most delightful pleasant good find a cool, shady place to hitch States than Mr. Bayard. surscats, cool shades, perature, that is tosoy tho months to, unless there is a board near it roundings, lnusic at times that saying, "Aofinc if yoitliiteh here!" I2ST orjnno for tho past 32 months might charm Calypso and hor IVoticc to Teachers. . iia is had about the same number of All the accommodation there Tho Trustees of the Hiekraan Pnblin nymphs, and a temperature so for us to hitch our horses, is on warm and cool days. School pleasant that oven tho winds of tho very back streot, or very near school will elect teachers for the ensuing -- lm. S. '. tlucil will Imj year, n Principal and two assial-onlsummer only touch with mildness the river, and now the cars run in nt the regular ineetiu? of the Hoard, ful to nxviTe orders fr cu llnwers. put up .to unit each order, iufli.in- - or 8tyln. I 'a and joy. Bo sure to eall "as you such a manner as to make it dan SatuHay, July 6tb, 18S-I- . All apiilient ions ebonld be in writiug aud Bhiuld be filed flilicited. licnuonablu pass by tmuact gerous to leavo our stock there. wiih II. C. ti.utvfch'frgcil. all a bo re date. Beekman, on or before the I admit most There are 101,8-1- acres of the business mon frankly, that exof Hickman S. W. LAUDERDALE, Che ohlj popular aud always reliable Hardware hoiicc of Head tho communication of land in Lako county, and of these at" naner. .a tend to us a warm cordiality as Chairman. sin out in tins a can- - 7 . 20 neres aro su hicct to over- - long as our dimes last, but whon ins didato on such a platform, who flow. It is said that the drifts and had the ability to defend his posi- - timber iu Koelfoot Lako cauQ the they are exhausted well, I supas lion on the stump, would attract a ovorllow of tho larger portion of pose thoy would give us, perhaps, The accounts of cholera in a drink of water (but I can't say France are very alarming. The good following. rethis land, and that $10,000 will how good or cold it would be.) disease seems to be of a most viruThis the glorious 4th the day lievo it. Commissioners appoint- without charging us for it. When lent character, destroying life al Phis a splendid stock of the very best make.- of all kinds of Hardware, WO fusod to co.lehr.itr Drink ed by the couutv have so report you all como to the country you most immediately. The city of winch are offered at nty lns not.yet aro treated most courteously and Toulon, where its efl'Kcts have 'deep of tho patriotic inspiration! cd but tno our forefathers but nothing llmdo thc appropriation.' Iff the kind. Go to onr country churches been most sensibly felt, is now alof TOILET KRTICLES avryxmuc rsr ;t$trongor. Let vour aims bo for "work is done, and proves tVTsnc- - nml you will seo nioo convenient most deserted, the inhabitants - God Truth.1 C0?H? lt wlU rotlo "tho,. fiood places to hitch your horses, and having been driven out by terror. .thrCou.ntry, thvand X"" t. rx&sn JL.a- -' heights even up to Iliclciilatt. . &e.,,;'&c. j , , after services are ovor, a kind in- All of Sontliorn Europo seems to Profamtj- - is an evidonco ofi c vitation will be extended to you be in a slate of alarm. illiteracy. All well cdncatod men PartieB have got iu the habit uuthat tho very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to .. aro anflicicntly conversant with 'of bathing iu the river hi front of by tho good people there, to go CQjrPrecrip dona tilled at any hour, day or night. King night hall nftcr 10 o'cloe becxaetlv as ronresontcd. words to obviate the necessity of Hickman. Tho fiuo for each u homo with them and take dinner Wc arc told that even Oeorgo ring tho feelings of others by'fonsc is from $.1 to $25, and it is pray don't think that I am insinu- Washington wap the target of tho uso of thoso that express noth-- J to bo hoped that the police will ating that the pcoplo of your town much newspaper abuse in his day. ing but vacuous insult. rigidly enforce the law. Persons aro not as hospitable in extending This will surprise no one when it A-- ! LQWEH and LOWER. HENSON, is A chicken snake was recently alB0 bah?n tno Missouri side in their invitations this meanonly a is stated that George usd to play by it, on the fiddle and tho llutc. casual n All kinds ofOroceries hams, elde, &e. killed in Logau county which was proad day light, and it iB said' that that we remark, and I arc acenstomedto such. as cheap as the cheapest. I will not be lQ Misspurians, because of tho Herald. 16 foet long, and 3 foot around tho JOHN WITTiNO. undersold. If all the business men of Hickof officers aro to body. On cnttingitopon8goos0niconyomcn,co, The Old Guard says both Judge filio best roof for the money. Experienced workmen employed. man would unite aud throw iu 25 a club to thrash 'the guil-bit- s . eggs, 4 whole chickens and 2 rab-- ! jrga,7o cents apiece, thoy could easily put Jno. K. Graco and Hon. Jas. B. attention of builders cMieeiallv desired, as this house will cive ape- $' wore found. Henderson up hitching posts, thereby show- Garnet havo pcrotnptorily declined tiiauinduccmcnU. Correspondence &olici cd; TW"' "Tlio ladies 'of the Hickman ing the farmer that thero is some to make the race for Congress in . H. B. BREVAllD. A man, whose knowledge is .Baptist church were announced accommodation offered him to tho First district. The nice is OF FW.T01Y, KY, - based on actual experience, says to give a sociable in the Court como to your town to trade and now made up between Capt. Stone and Col. Turner. ;that-whecalling on their sweet-- ' house yard last night but tho mingle with you. as ltearta, young men should carry! Courier goes too press to early There is a fooling arising among Indications are that Congress 3 affection in their hearts, perfec-- . to mako any report. Kuowingtho us to go to other town to trade, will adjourn without, passing the 8 HICKMAN; KEXTUCKY tion iu their manners, and confoc- - ladies of that church however and this feeling will be carried in- biil providing Federal Aid to Pubtiou in their pockots. is some in- lic Schools. Tho measure wont j the Courier risks nothing in ven- - to effect unless there ' Discounts Paper and Loans Money, Rny -ducement oiFcrod us to go to your through the Senate but has not Tho dwelling house of Mrs. tnriff that it was a success in Wihcs to inform the public generally, that and Sells Exchango on any Point in the town. Bear in mind, yo citizens ! boon considered in the House. he is fully PJelarcd to do all kind of" Dent- Unileil .States, Solicits Accounls cf the a widow lady, was destroy- - or' rsiect. istry. rUw wishing further inforraa People General!. Collect ion and Prompt of Hickman, that it is tho farmer od by fire, Tuesday. Xo insur- The Republican party denounAncdUo'"T" tiou, willp'caae call at my Office, first door Remittance at Current Bale of Exchange that makes your business ood. ,, anco and nothing saved. She is ces railroad monopolies when they westot wciwic itotisc A. T. MITCHELL, Caihier. CCAMUt ' Let the selfishness tliat predomof Fu ss. aaid to be a worthy and Iml., 'Uazetle," writes: ''F6riun,ifir.. inates among you be cast out, and have given to them every foot of 1 to hor m her presont misfortune vonra 1..fa.. .. t t I, '. . land, they asked for. amountiugto would bo charity well bestowed, j 'uiscovcry, for coughs of Bu't sl?e clwr- - inconvonionco yourselves a little more than the original 13 States towards accommodating us, and FAINTS AND VUGS, A utso of small pox has occur - ' t. iiLii.i roP,;i.l ,0.rr "l030 of ."i"ul. tyjc. you will soon find out that toe an- of tho Union. &' iiiii r r V imosity that wo country people T . l8pewJrcarc-rod at Martin. Cholera in France finnilii i, Jo hn Kelly, who favors Bayard Fifteon Profossors and Instructors. TTfe . ., aud the United States approlion of it ia and Mechanical, Scientific, EitiMtrift?, S4uskal, IMniai " " o. "- - ..- -r feel for thoso of Hickman will be for President, says : ''Tho oppo!..... c"1 i it or every coaVh jinVc bad :sa: cj sivo of its crossing over to US. sr ' "? - S ,,$M ms: overcome bv us. Tais is the scn- - sition to Bavard because of bis imit o jwwi tainstiliir it the School and Comiercia! Curst il siwy. I'lnsi Klimilil rnniniil UU- - ''"V1 onlv reliable tiuiont of all tho farmers, and I . . i& t ?' aaaa . record -C-OUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. thoritiesto bo ou ti.o look out, 'I'lH'f.f'rfsHGKetc." Call think wo aro justifio I in our opiu- - faot, I tlutik Uiis'b'eody shirt' bus &B 3 C li IPTIO SS .ifeA It h- For Catalogue and other Infurmation 1 Fall term begins Sept. lotli, 188.J. and thoroughly clean up. iAIK I'LAY. incbs io played out." ious. 'LOCAL NEWS. ". t , lx-mi- lt su-uiiioo- w J.s' I i m:;; - I K ' pterxcE. A "1 1 1 T I a ii-i- L A .. i . n- -, , 1 , li.-'rfcr- . Utmi-ii't:ci- I 1 4 Post-mastb- J nM Ild e compe-especial- ly 1 EEDUC M IN PRICES In- - c, f White Goods, Embroideries, &c. ITo-ier- XG HEDUCTIP1T "Mr. - i nl &Q .jas?. - r m pa-jie- r. Pss&fSBBOS. Made -- 8s CO - Dem-oemtl- 1-- e iiiaiiuf-ntiir-- , .. v".""Z:ri'r;: .,t0..j ml y I Prices? !.! l, J I two-third- l!-- 3 !.. WE raitur ! "-ti- - cni.U-telo'kii- . oi-s- V s dta,k eeds w j n - r- - lili Brant-ford- , ..u.., n "" . c;""eo Contractors and Builders of Houses. ih-n- . RcspGctfzL lly 5-- - c3raiL:oL33ra'SiS2&., Iff y vi-iti- BP'lAfBllSAIlsl ..- S iiu-kiiia- n ct-j- ) J 1 m ft. ki-p-t. 1 v & jj HIQgEAN? a w h.-x- ?. V ..-- - tw a 1 a . 1 i verb t HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. GREATLY REDUCED PRICE, row fH nt ex-.Tud- non-payin- mSsm Hickman - all ss,d "Wi&M&K eeda- - SSentucky. mom J. W. COWG1LL, DiALEB tfl r! th-in- s, . rcjrt.i-tfull- y DRUGS, lliKjW Trusses ..lTT a I .. i UNI -- S3 hL-- HJ SaAJ 3 ' B of-inj- Nor-ristow- t ft FULTON BANK -- .- . HE 0 D RELIABLE DENTIST, Capital. 850,000.00. ov-Berr- y, , 1k)HAS. - A. eOIaCOJUBE, ......' n 'ak 1 il WhZ": 1 1 i..l-tn.- tiitf!" so-calle- d m. luMft lilll, jas: -- ,a kt9 T!" 4iP s -- " jwf STATE a COLLEGEof KENTUCKY a a, v reft !r a ''a- iilf 'a ." Jl IT ' - t krrtr iafMSi r 4 : r ataatla'' N -- hmmmmaam V I .V . I HE mSXttS i. &' frr:b' -- V "I'll never iN to the Front. tradiiijrfwitli do any moi Lum Simons gevcro Quisles-- lor oldSpinraajolin" Ilarridh - j State nui8ijc iwgr .. alld KlHCMT Next wcclc the National Demo- ifiiurv, 4lirt RWJ lrtK.?liTL? t. ' tlKt'(4N. ......( mv; i LCftimncrcialiieporter. .'ft T rratio Convention meets. It will oliicers oi-- i.. yrL...iinHeftlln,aJni gPatftiiSS3haUer "noiirUVl Edltor.ej th' UuKtnan Couritt. bo Cleveland, Bayard, or McDon especially thep uireU tho Tatter. licm eourt of M'l: Vi ,;.ir'lRWlPSS day for independent !d)eftt meagain, and h uld. This is tho with bcinjrra candi- mfjbad. A few daj s ago )'; Jay Gould and Billy Mahone e88bec.iuB0VeydJVlf yio. votorsanir independent dates; 'the party lash no longer has to hih stable, and'his facal arc "for Blaine. This compensates every man wh je o- that terror to voters it uso to have. with smiles when ho seed u nmle You can see this m the bolt ol Cur iug. Sajs he, 'Uncle Jol for all tlie evil that Butler can do atuMhelawctne tio '? got a dandy gray mare here, tis, Sehur. and others iroin tne 35iu,irer. "prrlateiint l'Kbllc 3 knala ration. out a mvdnuf rorr at vnrric or cwrdUl; Urapof, Intmt.l. the DeniormlB. year assessed, and bo paid or not. Hunting ctrtalu and P ticket; you can seo it in to sell you.' Says I, I don want; the tho owner or nersontoaBsessed. We nre anrhoiztd to annoiinco Prof. Inrtu I, l.y aliirhestry ' should strive aiatti-- r waat UU asBrttr. of Drew's "Es-pa- y JAd voti liv I'll,, ..,.,.o.. At a book sale a copy I If. SlirVrr.HS. f r nTiiululntu for eaixlition nmy 1, stay car lilanrlf ckraply, jut Tin: colored Democrats of the the attitude ot Kauuan aim his us licr ; in wouldn't buy nothj idono'for the ordinary expenses of gov-i- , , on Souls" was knocked down to a tlieorBceof irnmirts with a tutt-Jand radirally the stable." You'x Sujifiujriid-u- t of the Public in bolting the Democratic got S IkU different StalfS will he nenresent-r- d to jtc we hailii (bwui aa4 and eminent; but the additional tax shoemaker, who, to tho great amnso-me- 3clooU in FuIIq count v nt the ensuing tXvmtnwtit, Itttvrt not sociates piiblillJtiment, and Congress; and you beat me m about forty trat asked programme in of Ujo assembly, innocently National Democratic healthy t in tho August eleelioii. oo collected a plaia rmetrj-Says ta any .,,. ,.l.lif iirciiuutc Our can see it in tho separate organi you don't beat me no more mare hereby ieieu snail eighteen hun- tho auctioneer if ho had auy moro on rrvvipt nt luai tun, w Ik only for the years Convention. Titis shows that tho 1.. ,l.nil.l Addrr he: "I'll make von buv th tcIL tanif. on sliuomakim; to ii?iiif'R. subject zation of tho workwomen's party, . . "would dred and eighty-fou- r THKrUI.VERWELLMF.DirALC and eighteen She'B a colored people lave commenced jiuiges are mnnnsy"" ' C 1 Aan 91.. So T.rt. X. Y. , the Grecnbackflwrly, the TemRor- - do you regular beauty, an' i ProIessibRal ft tl good to see hcrjivork." hundred and eighty-five- . choice of po- - to human frafflft. wcak'.CMie aiireiuity, ftcShuid yU- " Bcd,t tu dhidc as to their 2. It shall be tho duty of tho one branch sho and errors, but iti the In the, political Cuit05t8 ill this Then ho brought her outran' was Auditor to eauso printed copies r liiical parties. was party sure enough. SJio B. P. O'DANIEL, H. D., that ought to Congressional District of our Government a nerfoct match fur that nhi" that of this act to bo sent to the sever- defies" the organi-r-iinTiiky will mix up theology in l.n troll forliHoiiiri P'lic eBtCtIU r. a a i jf OscarTurner i it i ri3 I'ROFKSSIONAL nfTitR own nartv. and do- - Billy Uailev drives, and I tliougiiijiii snerius aim couccung omceis s OFFERS toibe cttixuus ol llickmaa asd oar politics. Hero are. tho SK A IBM it eoiifliloucl"esWe"t,,e1,10 immediately after its and dis niQbbo I could sell her toflidly to of this Stato the foaming over the old 'docTUinily. ...Hioff who are really nounces itfrom'ouc end of passage. r Ko r..w IO'nlli: 1o other as a "ring ami match his grav. Savs "H Office Corner room in Laclede lions. 3. This act shall take effect trine of election"' which used to cttiiablc of criticise Judiciul0I,hl-im.K- . trict the f o tho confidence 'How much for her 1" clique" unworthy you ou-itmuch interest; and there escapes upon of the people. And the peoplo dollars," said he. "I'll vo says from its passage. I f n ...t M3t 4LMO. Approved May 10, 1SSI and and tr? 1," charge, thirteen irt the others wlio eoutciid that nomtrrlitiintlttirt WC f?ati'- - it is an have sustained him in this "riug I. "Make it fonrtcca, iml I'll A.. .A.. Ket, Seine, IJnee, llixA, std nR kinds ination mast como before election. ifBf.we know to be because he is right as to1 the r.o treat," hiivr Bum. "ltT a g"," The project of holding in St. i. of rihix TaeUU sd JBupp)ie, at kt J A great many people ere suiting ..ujftiul clique" business. have PHYSICAN AND SURGEON, kClot,(l- - Louis a reunion of both Selulu said I, and the barafitti gain. Urucrrit0 d 'ail fc'apy Hm the Ainer- rfiLM tnjtmko mil uruettoii u . irhat jiaiticuhr troubles Brown's mm lt erallv. Muan'ttmUMcxicau veterans of tho wlugf : cai TFBIW TTrTdr.jja an . KENTUCKY UICKAX, Iron Bittehs is good for. ' . iimtcy"m say and feel-- , let oldptillod' Ijndes' 'See' t war of ISJtKS cordially indorsed iTCiVftnnnt nt Hon nmrttll the in t'lO rnileSluiitJfepulurt is ' , It will cure Heart Disease, Tho enter- ;ineo, our wethers are nnwrung. got time to monkey jmnul Here bv (Jen. Diaz and other promiuci.t praise of the Judge. bolt. Truo tho bolt is large, .rFEUS las Vrofislonit Scrticea t " Dropsy, Kidney Discus, Mexicans, as the best oppoptuuity i IVc citixena of Uicltnian and xlcinilT. But down at the bottom the with any many distinguished men prise of newspapers now Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, J UU JU ov real cause of this party dissatis said Lum. "Hitch her np when ' to seal the friendship between the ,l republics. Diaz jmd leading papers, but theso provokes many suits for libel, and factionthe real truth appears j on get home, and 1 toll Neuralgia, and all similar diseases. sas the Mexican I CiO'.o.'iiment will aid the project nine chances to one will bo yet in such suits we never com- that the preachings and teachings be siirnised to see her jpull. men c. L. Its wonderful curative power n Tie Ibwt Biitkv oi A miih.fi paid him the fourteen nllsirH . in' f cvcrv nosMble wav. dissatisfied with the Democratic plain of our lawyers for taking ad- of the Democratic party of rolltiutn simply .because rt puriiics and enIml liot- nut. in tie cMiittry. i ATTORNEY Ar LAW ticket or platform, and therein vantage of all the hhiiiiiilitirs in docs not answer the honest con- i.;t,.i..wi liftt. 1. ;.. . iuwr and " The nearest star in tho whole riches the blood, thm beginning at The judgments of victions of a largo number of our heavens is tho Alpha Ccmaori, a excuso to vote for Blaine. our favor. And an the foundation, and by building up "Didshc work rintcmipted tho bright !;2 voters. star near the South pole. the system, drives out all disease. courts are subject to criticism to Collector, Real Estate Agent No more does tho Republican renorter National Democratic ConTun near as but let it be cool, calm, party. "Work h 11 't wnijwstliko It's distauee is tv.ieo ascomputed other Htar, jet vention meets next Tuesday. It be sure, Ktpt for Kale, nt a lnrsin. at tlit ssr good A Lady Cured of Rbotimatt5m. IIIUKMAX, KY. No more docs Turner thou the Lum said, "it would do fell on nn Salehtublo tl it to be more than l!0,000 times as 1 promises to bo in session threo or dispassionate. 18&X J Baltimore, Md.. My , sec her work," and Democratic nominee. FAIU.S & PABKKR. foT Will attend promptly to alU.ufl s u.c hui. it iiiii uic cm in, My health was much shattered bj Mir invay foir days. Tho delegates have. But we, old whigs and the de- ivmiWl ln mfiBt. ..iivbodi COOd to or about JO,00(),()UO,OUO miles. Rheumatism when I commenced ness ontruated him in UoatliweBleri Tin Cloii.Iriiiorut. hor in talcing llrown's Iron Uittcrs. and 1 Kentuc- -i anJ NorlUestern Tennessee commenced to assemblo in Chica-eoscendants of old whigs, houseless seo her work. When I scarcely had strcr.pth enough to atDre&rjf, 1riYri w tl r arc more copies of tho and homeless politically," hae tlm RhnftH r!ii Rtiirted V KlCKlU "I Ttio VliiMVMI iviimtu riii fPrtii- ij tr SlreCiiil attention giyon to the inxestiga tend to my daily household duties. 5 There auh tl o crowd will be large. and lam now using the tlxrd bottle and I null Bhehad,iou am Marseilles are said to be tion of Lund titlos, and tb purchase an regaining strength daily, and I arriirtita aud riiwaiiM Tim: St. Louis Globe Democrat circula- been compelled to choose between andneer stopped mlo of Kl BatAte. Gov. Hendricks, fjanS cheerfully recommend it to all. beforo us. and hence kicked overy spoke oft of tho j considerably modified from tho through the Hickman post-ofllc- o the tickets I cannot say too much in praise ted p l truth ; tlmt is to sav the truth is man, Gen. Palmer, Voorhees, ai d c tt. Mrs. Mast E. Bkashsak. some of u.1 arc oting for Turner, hubs. Y liv slie kickeamc Conjnjission HjereljaijVs, than any other of tho great some of us for tho nominee, and the buggy clear over ilto jsuiiitt in a manner suppressed, there be73 I'jejUaaoH great Democratic leaders H. A. & R. T. Tyler, other in eouiitv." ing much more cholera in those political papers, and tins is a the Kidney Disease Cured. HICK MAX, KY, are delegates. Old Ben Butler is strong Democratic community. It some witheach Republicans; and places than in pnblicy announced. Chnstiansburf, Va,, jESi. "What did you do with her?" every old whig, and doing bo, SuITcrins trom Vulney disease, also a delegate. "Why, it was just mf bad luck K" alwnja tn liaid, Fresh (Von is taken in tho face of its polities, has had to do some violence to hich I could ret no relief, I Upwards of forty Kopublican rairoad track tried Urorwn's Iran ISittcrs, which for her to get on tho I'LAXTSD bllf. L1MK. fEMBST. M-his own convictions. papers have joined the lndependcured me completely. A child ol r.oeMi.xu m'Ti.Kit. because of its markets, &c. It KENTUCKY last and get rnn over mine, recorering from scarlet fcyer, The great doctrines of tho old night before Thoniilroalcompany, cut .Republican ranks ami oppose ri.tRS,0i:ASKKIS,CLOYj;R U. had no appetilc and did not seem to A conference of Democratic now supports Blaine, but hero is whig parly wore: and killed. Vt l be able to eat at alL I gave him Iron aviltattees CvHA make for Blaino. How long they will stick "IT71 equitable I guess, will give meabnit Uittcts with the hapvicst results, in New York, Tuesday, is what it said cf him before his nomi 1 A tariff that gave leaders Corn, Ae f for ' r i to rro!t una text is a matter ot o'-- "oitrnj'leil tt lUeir cure. j J. Kyis Mcmtaavs. fenrth one fOtnce Millet Dlock. nieh4 protection to home manufactories her. That makes the am get- uncertainty. reported, and a great boom inau nation: I've lost that wav, audi Heart Disease. ot8-'home labor. and "There is just this difference gurated to give Butler the Democ'll have A Blaine organ iu Massachusetts o Tim ilYilnninont and im ting mighty tired of it. Vic B., HarTisburs, Pi Dee. . skSi. for President. Ac- ono can be elected and the other cratic uomition Fed- to revise tho conistitutim and get makes this thrilling appeal: "EvAfter tryine different physiciajft cannot. Blaino cannot carry the provement of the country by in this State will be eaid many remedies for palpitation cording to their programme, But- full strength of tho Republican eral aid to Internal improvements. a law passed compelling railroad ery post-ofllctf the heart without receivuMj any who stands party, his rotten record will repel well guarded Na- enntDiiiiies to carry dil nets on in tho hands of Democrats no.xt Leoetit. I was adrised lotrr Brown' Wilso 0. 3 A tafe and ler is the only Democrat Iron Hitters. I hare used two CREEPS H aUJ of lBjlt.aJ fay thoir locomotives withtwliich to minimer if we falter now' tional banking system. and txnrer found anything thil any chanco to beat Blaine. Bah the independent or detatched strayiig aionml so much rclieC Ba.e mc 1 A liberal construction of the scoop up all stock Mr. Blaine promises luilf a tlo.-c- n o He is an unclean man, and ATTORNEY AT LAW G Mii.Jcnwb lies. Blaine or Butler! If a good, foreign wars in tho event of his constitution: and a faithful adher- loose on the truck. ' to the peoplo will not have him. To ence seeking Democrat h:i8 For the peculiar trembles to whkh to the Union of States as one olection. Some voars airo when nominate him would be to court dean J Conrtctiostrln. Will In pltnia to KY. iriCKMAiV, Mlmll wo Ilto tnU? hdies arc subjeel, Bro'IVn's Iron choose between Blaine and But- feat. He stands thero was lighting to be ilonu ho of and inseperable. tec bia old cuitomtri, and will aalk tait nld whiir Tiartv is Tim j Uitteks i invaluable. Try k. Tliirn urc now nimorf of n con- - hired a substitute. them in price nnd rjanlity. Call ma ler, won't ho bo in a d 1 of a fix prostituting tho high offices he has IrSrCOhl.RCTIONS promplly rsmitts as an organization, but its j tcniplated sale of Cubalothe lTni hi. "Quick 3alet nnd &J11 frallls. held to build up private fortune, dead itle-n I. 1 Gny rcceiv- 8rSbalrcts of i VTnti't be ua.Urold Be sure and get the Genuina liilltr isSUCS Tuc great Butler boom. given at of cohabitiug with corruption for liriiwinloii :ra tlnshould oltl t Ol U,i o(lltnj Tlw I'nKinrU oi till rtjl. flirt f .1iilBa. llfkllinJIMltlll Ykttt1. ' ... l.w,,Ka island are in a horrible condition, such length in the New York dis- dishonest money. Oh, no; his re- the tlav. Whv then belio their eon victions j1MMl Spaill, having s,ffc.ed tl.o.tton tor Governor on ilrat ba lot. , patches, in the daily papers, is cord would damn him." 1'OU HALF., i lemon rv, lintls that no more iindticn. Miuisonwas nominated tiny longer: HICKHAN MARBLE WORK a Vuge manifestly a lingo joke or Will tho Democratic nominee of fnmis aroto be uiiscil there. It for Lieutenant-GovernoIiuitcrnuioiit ircat Mcu. tho proposed primary represent. Spain cannot obtain areeniie! Tho Wall-stree- t frntnl. It is stated that rcpresei;- - ",u failures, from HICKMAN, Kl r"i.iKU i .. .i 1r..i r i, t;k A our comictions? from Cuba, tho "Queen c' the An- - that of Henry Villwtl down to aud tatives oi iW.uu)Jauu..x considerable number of pub . M. L. KNOBRR, The nominee never has. tilot.' will be of no fm mube to including tlmt of Garnson,a rri in !)Trlinrs; rna.1 4J ii'e 1S35 don, lvaiuiait, iioauiy,auu x'iucta, lie niciiliavo receiod testimonials j2.S3a3S5raLSjiati from Hit Vijim. Adilrri- expect in tho aggregate of liubti.ties, to Crossland and Boone, nominees, her, and, therefore we .V r. I).XAnoK. we'ro there, in this consultation of from their fucd- - Daniel Web- voted against internal iinprove-iiu'iit- the island to he tot si ai w t).e tiiniM .,My""--'(HrclctiiRr,srr5;TCIIntorV3t earn S.MUL. C l)AVw il'o.Si LorM. Mo unanimously ster was tendered and received oeai.es ts tliov iltMunuiced national iu the near ltttuic, leaders, and that they II Ull c.v ...... .11 .. ... ....... Ill ov.-v.jen. onciuiau for manv Years, the earning of orrect. never voted butwin nutm my lite -resolved against the nomination 100,000, which was put at interest banks; and liej shunted free trade, j present rumois are once tji Q Wash- Some of the statesmen Cleveland, aud that Butler was for his benefit by his friends in and .strict construction. Woilro. J. of Jh XSi T IP O Italian asp Americas Marui.b nnd then I voted wrong,' and he KJ ui o the our- 't. mjrton are in iaor jois luniiT reiucociH All p'rxHii '.ni'iliiij rlaim agaiayf Has not lived in Missouri Ion tho only possible Democratic can- and about Boston Had not this convictions. - has IO.NUMKNTS, TOMB AND GUAYK chase bv this country. On gener- enough to become a citizen. mtatu f Mr Aunt t lUibinwia lwoiaMIf ' -- AND didate. M'o don't think it can bo provision of jsOjOUO a year been Certainly not. lie is tne erv nrh,cii)les wc have territory tn fi' aaiil lini preir'y are riin-i- l pIWTci up ll or lfor th 3')th of J liar, ,Ula Cuba, as a State, STONCS. The following names will be put sorious, but if it should be, woo made, Webstcijwould have retired antipodes of whig dootnne. i'Clco, -from the Senate, forhe declared ho "ith ilr. (Jew llr-aISSl, in niy as rank. won, probably not he f great in nomination for the Presidency V5 bo unto the Democratic party for would not gheTiis life to his coun hates National banks; he is 11 V llcv, taW.B.Vg'- Carlisle, IJutler, strong at ChicaK": free trader as any sane man dare aue r hore is n fine lot Ciuardiau Matiio UoVImimu "5 this campaign. It would bring try for 8 nor dsiv. "Tom ' Cor " a anttl he never iaiis iu oio'uoint to ns; uU of our one HAVIXO receive.! Marble, 1 nrn be; ohtaining (. leveinuu, iinirman Kaudall, McImliau in favor 31. about a readjustment all along the win had his debt paid once at leas ajniinst : Internal improvements by IOBsesioii, providing the island is donald, Morrisoiu Tiltlcu, lJTiyartl. tu All all order. Call i4 exumiae lttlrkl-iiA nil civ Niiltr. by his friends.. Ho never laid up thcGenenil Government. Can we ur vtOTK Hue. t0 tie liuijs 0f Spain, J ho Republicans t hem selves re- - TitK IlKSTSwvr in for Cut, OrJer fram tbe coumry promptly anything while holding Federal vote fo rthe Republican candidate! ami.ms3 from become nn itulepon- , not to lltv-l!nii-v- . 'll 1Iuiiiii, iVr ' WHO WJ1.1. HKTIIK SOJIIXF.K. Ho retired from tho oflleo Vn- - pprt-iinlollices. 25cts Lower than the Lowest Bccause, ,im,t nwir: it is the. kev to the ldiated t heir ;ul ministration, unii Sri, not Oiajijn.il Unnil, (lull. lain-" u y rnnreseiitB Tho National Democratic Con- Secretary of the Treasury compar- - h tho 1 .1 I bar bo dark xfBM iu the hands of a strong "icy musu t tliinl hard of it if Crrin mill Ml Ss,in Kriitiiin an I Gulf, aud as it ra i v rripintl n ativelv noor. Ilio inortajro on tescenco of monopoly; ineynao foreign power would bo danger Dcmocrats do the same next No It and pay caab far nil my ttrocrl. ts4 vention meets next week. n jrf-e- t l K,ve Si giiamnU-ei- l .:itiiartriin Corwin's homestoad was oncottiic-c- perverted the Whig tariff into a OU(, ju t..v8(. ()f forei'Mif complica vetnber. tbarefora can fall a cbtap s lk akaaft mv fill Who will be the nominees? I'riw -- ' ivnts jior nioiivy rfimJnl ... .....1 .. up by his political friouds. ...J.:i.;in.n Lum, nml tlmrnltv - mn. . .. . . st. Halt brands of ffititbtrt; md Ia i ,fi(7 mm i GOV KllOtt IIOS pOSltiVClV TO- - bos. For .Sale at FOK rCXK'.S Urnj: Store. For President tho contest ap- Henry Clay had the saino scrvico inimiuiiutj richer and the poor i OIIK, US a IlllUU ll'imwiuim auu.i Star Flear, 25 etats ebtaptr tka ti la king the rich i,asc for militnry expeditions. flBCl 0 r0InJt tlio fmos ofp!"-poore- r JOIlIt WITTIHtt. it. pears to bo between Bayard, rendered him on the part of his ; they are the friends of 0ne objection raised to our lie b,crw So tll0 H ,lt fin,,ore(i ,rcu. political friends. Ho had been tne auonai u;uikhiK Cleveland and McDonald. 8T.011S311GKSBUR9 eitc... , uu COnm- i- the puroiiascr, is vie con- - tleinon i,.ui i,et,cr ook Bi,.irp. F.IHHIOXABI.R SALE AND LIVERY STABLE generation in for ft If New York stands Bolidly nnd gress. wholo sometimes livedCon- lliu iiiiiuiieiei " tlUUOUS rCVOUUlOIlK; till I Ik iiitint beHo Philadelphia is alarmed o nc earnestly for Cleveland, ho will yond his means. Ho was hospita- boldly favor Internal Improve o boruiMniuiml that tlio rovolit X.I1TE1 & except as jobs. Besides tions are for liberty, and aro a count of the discovery of a subter- - JliTOBCOl certainly be tho man. If ho gots ble and even generous. He had rnents KENTOCKT 8TRBKT, tho Republican party represents protest against Spanish niisgov- - r.inean river running under the PACKET COMPANY I tho first place, then McDonald will littlo tact in managing his private In sectionalism we uu uui l'elisll ! orutnent very linnrt of the city. constantly oa kaud ftr klr JTSsrW affairs. His linnio at Ath'and was its love for the I'liion means fear, KF.KI'S tale get tlio second. anil would Hon. Thos. A. Hendricks is HOUSES, DUOGIKS and HACXN will SHOP. Xorth Wt cornt-- nf Mww If Now York is divided, the mortgaged,foreclosed hadprobably ' of Federal power; and it J1I1V sac- Woiufii III roltllcs not his rifinn nnv Chairman of the Indiana delegaHafinc pHrehaiod tki alablt. kri ami Tniy Avnuis, have been Ilivkninti, Ky., llilV ilni'trillO. Fran IiBHlttllle CviuBMirial. eastoru Democrats will center on Whig friends, just after his defeat' and anttra outfit of W. D. Plummav ft tion to Chicago and will place Mcf":iiiifactifiit guaniutoeil. to ,illl.1;.0,iie for the ncirro vote. bc-'fne propose to contlavi tka busiatu, aa4 April. Presidency in l&t-l-, step Bayard, and the tight will bo In Washington Territory, where Donald in nomination. t,e &&&&&xck3 I anneal to the old Whigs and tho women have been mado lawful solicit paironafe tween him mid McDonald for the ped in and privately canceled the their descendants; 1 appeal to the (UNITED STATES MAIL-- ) Is is all nonsense to . talk aboir. .,,,, ,vl,n ..in ri!wliinr tlm r """is, tne political uruiJiuiniH iuc... Presidential nomination. If Bay- mortgage, luomas BentonxoiWHS : n.mr. modest v ami till- 'lassacnusous guiuj; jnBOOTS AND SHOES. thirty j cars in Congress M majority, and who desire the pro- - eenturv is bein" JOHN SCUliUKU, ard wius, McDonald will be tho all that time ho never bee: imonchj iiusetis is ,:'i ,ivnini,ii.i,t nfthnir ndciitly worked out. It yet, and itwuo majoiuj. ttae uaincuiuo, JOHN 1. KKtSKlt,A.Siiperintt-Hileiit- . Presided. W. DlESTELBPtlNK "" i in r. ir.,hio,l Vice. If McDonald, then Gon. nor did he improve any of the iii the experimental stage THEO. U. ClULKK, ecy. and Trow. Slocumofyew York will be the portunics for making money while': rri, - T?p,L-fn- r .n'v there is nothing iu the practical ..,. ...... .., tlip ,,...,,....n i,ntf b" 1.11,...,, ,. , ..:..,!. J ....V.W. vnin.m rhvh .... m .. lll'B lUCHIt ,lt MllV iruiiiil. iU. now school TTUNS A in. LINK of booM holding a Federal office. ..!..., i i.i second. Keeps in stock the irry Rest Sfalarl, wiu ui" ii nia .i nun".!.. r'..ii v.. iiBuus iiiiaiiitu iu rn- - .' v.ui i l.io .,o school fund, undorthe Lotus an, I a ki..i. will amount to over $1,000,000 Ti ; frunSt. from lo Mrmphi, and kerps only lbs best workman. Wsrk Judge Kingman, Quigley, or somo II 1?lllUIIL'BH UI IllllUU .mo. e......... bill, If the party wonld reflect the . 1 1... St. Louis lo wcrkljr hue ., ". kji.iuiwii ...t. e i guaranteed. Jtepalring solicited promptings of the great DemoYT:it Affilcli tho IrlHh. uiuui t simper. rth ..c So far Grant and Conkling ha( space lo name nil articles, bat bo GOING SOUTH. cratic heart, it Mould throw avnila-bilit- y It is thought Btrange by somo 1. A cetion to homo maniifac !'RW- - ?' simjily failed to congratulate Blaine oi NOtroublo bio Jlempliis 1)0111!" pass Hickmnn Tacfhiy sndomo nnd to show goods, to tho winds and nominate that tho Irish, who arc natural born turcs and home labor; 2. a safe in the inaugural stage, and" the his nomination. see, Rt the corner of Troy THE BARTER GROCERY. litfliU, ThursJiijr inglils an.I Halurtlap fighters, should never have been and well guarded National bankmen of Washington and Moscow Avenue. East llickmri, Ky VicKalmrj; tho ''noblest woman of them nlP boale, fioadu There is great danger of a bif. nihtii. M. MONTGOMEKT, anaaaa. to aehiero their own inde- ing system : 3. Internal Improve- Territory, still handicapped with iVednesilajs ami Friilnjs. Allen G. Thurman, or that puro able MR. J. his friends and the pnblie tkat financial panic in Now York. to pendence. Some of tho most dis- ment of the country by the Gen- fine chivalry for the gentle sex. GOING XOKTH. ha has eptid a bw and fraia snpply af patriot aud Statesman, Thos. Bay- tinguished generals iu history have letting the la Mempliis bonis pss llictuian Titos Ha A Pnn.MEMm;A woman who gavo her eral Go eminent ; to inscribe these are standing around candidates all kinds af Faxivt GROcratics, wkisk ka ard. 'Tun tluuirs." either beon Insh, or of Iribh deace jis ton years younger uiuu suu .tujr lights, Friday liiplils anJ Sunday niclitt as tha lowasl. Ha is will f AMILY grand old principles upon dies hi a great peck ine (BaOCERY dy atsell as loir to exchange GrecerWirea-at of trouble over! fa, explained to a friend that Blip was VtcUsburj; boais iloudays, Tcdneiday aro scent. As soldiers, the Irish arc three alt times and go BTlll lfrad. very difficult toueat. Wellington, his baiiucrcaudtdutoforth as an i.l..l l.n iw mixed. (lid Tint. an 1 Saturdays. Slonmor.i Cily of cash prices fir liwllsr, Xpg", Chickaus, or knows ovenooRcti ui. uiu tne nnnona for Congress it. Any good ward-hxeMemphis bo.ns to get tho records any kind of mnrkating that tba farsaiBg "But notwithstanding it is still Wolsely, and half a dozen other tn this District. The 3,000 old how to walk into a Siloonaud call want s Ste. GeiiiTiee nnd Jolm 1. Maid. of friends rany bring in. Tha highest saar C. our opinion that Col. Turner has distinguished military men were WJ . , City fop t,,c "the boys" up for beer and cigars, arc yoti Vickstuirg boats 3 learners ket price always paid. mado mistako all men arc liablo Irisl i, but the English were shrewd 3)emcr.atic t nominee; the 3,000 but tho new element in suffrago Pr Tidcncc, Uelle of Memphis, GoliDns1 J5HO. (DAVIS 0LU STAND.) J. M. MONTGOMERY 4 to do the samo thing and uulcss oiiouk! to ongiigo their services, u Cit of Cniro, City of Greenville voth for Tlinicr. aml out there has put .alii this out of ... i ar0 . mi u 411 kinds of Judgo Grace receives the nomina- and could have used them at any the 2,000 that aro voting for tho i i . ii-;onCitr of Vicksbtirc. i ttnuuiaii'i. to tion of tho primary election, if ono time to suppress an Irish rebell- Pvopublican candidate together aro t0,ul RV?ua tlicijtime going STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES is held, wo aro, as wc havo said ion, if one had been started. Tho with the young men of the District hure h tans, patronizing grab-anMD . ywwra tE.ya tj bofore, primary or no primary, or- Irish havo never been ablo to s usually kept in a house, atbot r'jrx:-zprB!??e?- i r tho independent voters, wi.l!bae8 mnr chances for rings in ganization or disorganization lorn prices. for achieve their independence for carry that banner to victory sure. l'ou"d cakes and going to prayer-IIksii- y 5.x LOUISVILLE ANASHVltig Rftl "6Skn-V-'."iJPACKET COMPANY. FXNCY GAUDIES, cj meetings, where they raise the Tamer still." Old Guard. tho reason that their bosses were Clay Crittenden. TEA, THE CtJCAT loudest kinds of anions to the This is a splendid position to Irish. Tlm "Enelish utilize th MIA'CS-MEAAPICKLES Ky., Julyl, 1SSI. Hickman, most modest prayers. Thoy havo Through Trunk Line harmonizo on, aud it has tho merit Irish to keep the Irish down. The CItAA'BERllIES, JIOXUfY, GRITS quit painting thefward re'd and Constabulary aro moro Iioyal Irish of ueiug a popular position these than a Memphis, Cairo, galloping with thojghng. for their discontentr match -In Europe, after an m: latter days. But, if the Old Guard ed couutrymoii. wr 4 3 m9 has served for a number of Louisville and Anal Ike is a real friend to Judge Grace, it The nosition of the Irish is some years, and not been guilty of Complaint is maul in Louisiana ft u gar, Coffees, afcc C Steamers might servo him best by toning what similar to that of the Scotch- breach of good conduct, ho re-- J that the issue of Government man who was employed as busia pension from tho Govern-- ' tions, during the recent floods, deA N 1Y UA UM. I ES W. G A Fb JA down somewhat. Tho prico of tho tSTWiU not be undersold. g ness manager of a factory, bnt had ment. This is necessary and VINT SHINKLE CONS MILLEil, Will pay full price for Butler, Eggs, ftc labor, as tho negroes Old Guard's voto against Turner GKAMTE STATE, accumulated no money. Do gave cr, as tho Government watches would refuse to work as soon as Domo- - as an explanation of his poverty, is for all tho EVERY SUXUAYandTIlOjlS-day- , tho official so closely that he has' the rations were issued to them, at 5 p. uu, for Cairo, Louistillo eratB in tho District to vote for that his employer was also a no opportunity to steal. In this and consequently workmen to Take Ike WJacst Cngsasdwltb Speed Unrivaled uid Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati him too office-holdewhero tho tect tho levoes were scarce. If a Judge G nice! Bali! Trigg is no Scotchman, and watched villi Railroads and Steamers for has moro chances to turn a dis- - sufficient appropriation were mado SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE longer tho pivotal county, nor is closely. .utsm. Western vA Men Poials, honest penny, he has no need of aj for a system of levees along the From MwpMff, Jiilac.aDd Ilnaiboldt letbc N, C. & SI. L. R'y. 0X0 Mat McKimioy tho John Kelly of liTing Ibrougli tickets to all poinU Chi. ho has already attcn-- j Mississippi, and it. Was put in The Mexican pension bill, which pension, as our District politics. Mr. Bayard npo, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, New Tho has passed tho House, and is now ded to that, having utilized his, charge of a body of competent Waehinpton Cily, Philadclphin nnd of laying up some- - gincers, say a detail, of army is our first choice for President, before from ilflK? PfifR Wlthnnt Cbani-- olouu. t'ork, East. North and H'eMcrn lour- loslon. oxo- ruLLiririn liniio -i dti. to the Senate, will add ever for a rainy day. It would, cers, it would probably do awaj Tllta and fcnt ons rbaau prinripal but supposo wo say, if the Demo- 6275,000 to expenditures. It proits will find Ii Uelle River route safe,! Ivccjm the very liest in ikes of T!ccr, frch eliplitfnl and ecoiiomicil. .SORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIE3.1 him, vro will vote vides that the burden of proof however, be cheaper for the Gov-- ) with any necessity for tho charity crats nominate Rales by litis line cheaper tlmn any ami cool, and poltlc and attentive clerks to eminent to introduco ithe pension boat of the GoYormnniittobc con- in ...-tho Democratic ticket, if not wo that o soldier Tvns disabled i i..i t.ii 7HS2EIlyTftAlKS DAILY ilher first clai3 route. Me.ds and atic scrre customers. :i :.i.i shall bo .transfer- sysioiu,aiiiiuiigu mu uuiciais iiiigui, tiniifilly distributiagSiins in that this lini,iiifltlrE ooms frco. UijrKage chrcked Ihroupn. support tho opposing ticket. will ,S be disposed SUItECOSNBCTIOnS AND QUICKEST T11U5 applicant to thcGov-e.riuneu-t, ceeding as to regard such a pro- section. red from tho 2T Tasseiipcis can icly on ft splendid Call on nearest Ticket Agext, an infringement on IIT Would that bo Democracy ? Oh, as t lie slcamets are all rip by being taken as prima it Or Address Seinl lx cent irsl class, having been expressly built no; vote for Turner if you wish, facie oriilouco tliat admission to their vested rights. Tho Kentucky slalo Guard will for ikmUc, mi.l A. V. SleTfJsm Seeking homeo on ttje accommodation of passenger3 riPPflHTC line oi tills road wilt or the Each steamer carries a fall string oe pui in camp at thopair Grounds upon tho grounds that tlm s..;..n ,riR a frnnrantcc of frro. a I O rrceirn . ClfftlbriHH ow bnt do so Pass. AgL, Dallat, Tex., or nvi i ir.n g" otly box oj Kixxl wblcli will ,,olP " "f'lthiT rate. hundreds of other Democrats are Koundiiohs r This will add to tho Thero is no doubt that a major- - near Lou.8illc, onlor about the receive special ,hw irroimny for latcn. rocte It. W. LlfiHTIlUKHB. w'x. lorn W. L.. RAMEY. wnd. away til'" anjlldni; flaw roc atji 0. r. &T. A., Naahtilla, Tens. doing so, but not upon the arbi- poiiBiot, roil somo 75,000 claimants, ity of tho Kentucky delegation fu- -' i 18th of July for ateriod of ten v f r tllo C r. AlftiOHE, G. P. &T. A. General Freiphl ami Tickit Acent n Una w rl.l Fortm.M await th" wurkfru -n l Mir;. Atvnw August iiaiwTr.Vs LouSaviiUj ,Ky. duyb. FRITZ. UELLKER, T. Agt., Uickmaa. No 7 lourou itrcct.McmpbisiTena iMaiue J trary deuiuud you make. liosejcases aro now suspended, vor Bayard for President. -al COURIER, 80 many m " 4 n:.. ,...n.7 rT?ETiVcnn man l...t.' ..lAtlUlfJt" 1110,1.01 ...20f . in- - f' JM- p.iiff"" MBPF- tr. rhirTMK. M'l 'aaaSaKMSiaHa"'...'.. I '-- , i? 1 -'-- -I AA IH'iJ' W m WJ M. Er"HBBr-Kf9ii-alx :.:;"i7 y -- t' .aj . :.:. . .. . IlansTIftav - .'", Trvaag'! - Au- IS I -- Prum LuiiUiillv CtuuincrrUi.! .mr nt iIlnr. a3a JVIJ' W-- y. ! - '.; f 1 "Tfl & I ife-public- ' Sheriff. ac--t cause ir Mlow liTod with eui We nre niulizet i0 announce nnolo who baroly afforded him the neeesJm1e Ik Ike E.mm ;ss oPChapter ninety two, ot the Gen-or- Earies of life. Ono day the two were ont , B. It ALKKI'a(t a for tbe did title "Bevemie and walking togetlier aud saw a very thin ; oftce of Shenll Statutes, eiihuing August eltc- o a Taxation." grayhouud, aim me man nsKt-c- i ma tiou. 1. Be it enacted by the Gon- - nephew what made the doij ?n pooi. "I We re nittliornil to nnnnntm. Pf,,. W m- - end Assombly of the Common- - expect he lives with his uncle," said tho A bnl I'K. IWl n.1lliliilltl fur flit. nUira if A l.retnrraB tbe Xnlirti.TrwIwut TV k wiiirui oi rum fOUIitV nt the ensuing nnd KMti;nl rum uf SmiiMl VTraka, uty iwealth of Kentucky, that, in addi- - boy. MlwruatrrlHa. induced ly l'i4ntii-rAuj;ot elccliun. - tion to the tax now imposed by bcatEaiUtitm. lniMrney, Ktrtou lrliHty, ud A steavoer passing a churchyard and ; CisUDiitii a. vent flaw, there is hereby leicd fiv'o ecoiuga heare standing hard by, inquired Wewre ntithozetl to annonnco M. Xf. luifvdiiueuw to Marrinjc crmH j ileal lOMpaeHj, XaiitMj and MstI abd IM. J ' upon each one hundred iTLTZRWrLL, H. V., ao- 1 bred cents who was deail. Tho bexton informed rAhMhll, as a nndiilnte for tli office of , lars of alae of tho real and per- - him. "Wiat coruplauit?" nsked the in- nuchtlot fuitoicouiilj. Kltetion in Au-g- inur ui tbe "urn Baok," Jtc. i I Wis adailralla TheaatWr. Lrttnr. clrarly )ruu fr--a bU mh arUinext. I'vo sonal estate directed to be assess-wan- t quisitive one. Says tho old uiuu: "Tliure that tlir awful ciitiniumrs of say ! duo and pajable is no coinplauit, overybixly is satulieil.' S rtTretnulry j cd for taxation, laircrrj larslral h 1 0 "" 'ilu fn vr V V1 A rax i.i.i,. 5 o-..- t i r (WIIIIU kJUUllUil Cni4iAn IV nil A snanTD littlo mm t mi: hlf-Atu- dol-fom-- ut - viFrM-rrnir- - 8rtf-Aln- ut Sentuuit-rMTl,- b-al- f . at-drr- u. Cards. . ii I F. E. CASE, l. ., lur-ueritc- ty-tw- o ---- -- lf STRONG FACTS Family Qroccria; rtr.r DR. FlRIS. 7 .,--..- mtmww tL. - m . Xll Irtw'-filidWo- .. cm-braci- rara-jh?- fourtceii-dcdarlhoHses,- n, .ol,u u FOR SALE. ill EAU1 to-da- y, i HANDLE - 1 I tony . i 1 jt V Bondurant or -- Attorneys at Lara, T v I i liln-ra- shij-nitai-. f 78 o bc-fl- Swhlottc J. W. ROGERS, ROCEEIES, fjiif 1 vo-tor- s. I non-olllc- " self-conicte- d - -. j--. w I r. , . i- nuifc-iii- i -i s. ,,. .C J81 r fJ x fj -- -- rj ill . E',-ir3i--i'- j, g-a- f, alvt-mn- , I il , s the-wnr- v Tt-lte- -. I jsii-tivM- 1 ,- i- - I ... -r I m,.i.." BTHor mn nn. r Faius Pahkek I or rB5S Xisa ;'".. ,.,. r on-;?:- :. ...': i-- ,. onh-Mass.- -- i.: i' Family E. GLAZIEB. s. T- -o VicUo-hurg- ,rtnTtatwm'i'1lta.'o'1J'Al,V big-hatte- d Ont-ncrodtii- B r .. Mc-o- a H. JUDGE, . , d y ot-Tj- . ! ' m., tj - Mill 15 Ml first-clas- NASHVILLE, I H officc-hold-o- TWWWWW c Chattanooga Atlanta, Florida ra-ceiv- Incinnati Sp, prop-moralizin- SOUTHEAST! , anti-Tum- or pro-countr- y, r: TIVOLI HALL. NORTH & EAST l- otfi-thin- g Jos. SOHM, Prop'r. j FAVORITE! ce WTT1I tlii-li- ne, A PRIZE. CTraoiiFj-ristit o- - i- K. I. rJ'd KK ZX&&i!kt..f- 'ikSs-- ' ki i si Hl.-- V ,3K & sWrS