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BALE SIIiX.S, EITVELOPES, LETTER-HEADSBIIiIi-I3:EA.I3S. Street. ,' GEORGE WARREN, Editor. iKrTriTATioisrs, ETC., ETO, OJktiii FfcM. PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, !- 81-3- ESTABLISHED 1869. G HICKMAN. PULTON COUNTY, KENTUClfy, FRIDAY. JULY 25. ImisS-baiul.- 1884. YOL. XIX.-- Nf AiCiE? BJsna tj- - rm Rl i1 Ls rvIv miliar with. The largo stwere about ten THE SLAP-BANBOOM Jam-font in height, and according to somo! PAWN. Now shy authors thoy attained a stature of thir-- 1 And nasbfal lovers sit upon tho stoop And sweetly spootr. teen feet Thoy have been extinct! Evrlns out your tlftsrs itnd lmmler. And ye, ye blare! White downward Bummor's tlrst mosquito's about six hundred years. Tho tradiewoop step forth, ye bljr processions. tions and songs of tho Maori all re or And lot the torches jfliuc: With weird, low tune, f ho ut for And high to tho size, strength and wonderful AndAnd shout lllnln? and Loiran, asuin: Hurruh! And higher up tho eapphlro skloi plumage of the great birds. Accord- Hurrah! Hurrah for the Tattooed Man, Climbs tho palo moon, And the man with the Iron Jaw! to tho natives tho head and tail And eyed look love to loving: eyes. ing And sigh greots Elgh. were adorned with beautiful plumes, Hurrahforthe Ounno Statesman! that were only worn by the great chiefs Hurrah for the Plumed Knhrhti Tho f roff No matter if Mulligan knows bis plumo - nocturne warbles to his listening mato among their ancestors." and considered Is only a feather whlto. In accents low. badges of distinction. Shout, Shlpheni: Shout. Star Houters! The youth perceives tho hour Is growing- laie. SbOUt. dodgers of tho law: Not only did tho Maori gecm in- Hurrah! hurrah for the Tattooed Man, And he must go, Yes. jog. formed concerning the great birds, but, And the Man with the Iron Jawl ; IIo kisses her a wild according to the Rev. W. Colenso, F. Meanwhile, oh, woel Stand back, yo dude reformers. G. S.. they averred that the birds wcro An irate pa, with anjry eye. Away, yu bolting crow. Lets loose the dosr. still alive." He says: "While at Waiapu The fpolls arc for the Ictor', you I Aad not for I heard from the natives of a certain Diauf Jack will such aspension Yew moons grab a . I. cr gazed upon so harm vin? a sight monstrous animal. While some said it for ci cry one. Hurrah! With smiling faec: was a bird, and others a person, all Hurrah: Hurrah Tor the Tuttoood Man! A youth, wild ycflinx, llyinT with alright, And tns Man with tho Iron Jaw! agreed that it was called a Moa; that A dog in chase. in general appearance it somewhat And why were they nominated? Still croons Tho froff withm th Fedy pool, jD'jro hear Hurruh! resembled an immense donestic cock, Why. becauo that boysItoom! Hang: Who from race The dog returns with mouth the with tho difference, however, of its oramratHl full llng! Fizz! Hootn: llanr! lloom! Of pantaloons. having a face like a man's; that it lived lliii to the Ilooml Tigah-h-h- ! SomcrviUe Journal. question? on air. and that it was attended or Down bt Ah that with him! Bang! Hurrah? guarded by two immense tuataras, who. ......P' !"" "urrah for tho Tattooed Man, argus-likkept incessant watch whilo And tae Man with tho Iron Jaw! GICAXTIC BIRDS the Moa slept Also that if any one TCs? S3D8 Apiece Italic Six Feet Hl5h 1L4HttUU l ill! ISL VtiVtl LUV UtTUUIllLl W IJInine nml Garfield. Kafirs Capable or Carrying Four or this wonderful creature, ho would inA class of Republicans, who style Five Men Mow the Hinornls Heroine variably be trampled on and killed bv themselves Garfield Republicans are it" i:Uncr Professor Months Theory. Although the Moa has undoubtedly conspicuous as tho particular friends of The Museum of Natural History, passed away, there havo beon some dis- Blaine, on the ground that ho was tho Central Park, lias been o3ered an egg special fri.'iid of Garfield, whose memo-r.- v that that if told by tho dozen would brin coveries made so iW the date of their 't is their peculiar duty to protect. far in the past a? gen".000. tho individual one being value! extinction not That Blaine should have tho credit of erally supposed. A piece of dried Moa st $300. Its size is a little over a foot skin was found in 1S74 in a crevice of haung been Garfield's friend, in the in length, its holding capacity two Republicans jrallons, and in round numbers it oquals the roeks at Knobby Ranges, New Zea- senie Garfield There has represent, is an anoma'y. one hundred and fifty hen's eggs; its land, also several bones having dried delusion in tho recollection been no sue'.! of the pros-clineal measurement is double that of ligament upon them, and a perfect the ostrich's egg, and it cubic bulk feather, tho color of the barb of which ing generation. Blaine, instead of bethe unselfish, friend eight times greater. Tho monster egg was a chestnut red, the rounded portion of Garfield he of the tip being white. An old Maori delights to be trumpeted, comes from Madagascar, and the had purposes which, had museum now possesses an admirable at Port Nicholson, being asked had he oped, would have exposed they develhim in anever seen a Moa, replied: "Yes, he cast showing its dimensions. other liirht- Had Garfield liiixl tho The first discovery of these interest- had seen the last one that had been world would have learned how true this ing relics of a past time was made bv heard of," and on being questioned, was. Ti.e relations of tho two inon the Captain of a merchant vossel, who described it as a very largo bird, with were admirably calculated to give play stopped at a port on the southern part a neck like that of a horse. Though the Moa seoms quite latge to Blaine's great powers of dissimulaof the island to trade with the natives. tion, at the same time develop tho During his stay there tho curious vases enough for all purposes, there existed sense anddependence which was of peculiar at the same time, if we may believe the the natives tied to carry water and food to Garfield. Blaine's pro essed devoin attracted his attention, and upon in- - evidence of remains found with thorn, tion to Garfield was a bird of that csugauou no iounu mat tucy were could haveprey a gigantic eagloMoa. devotion to selfish the measure of liis schemes which he carried off the largest eggs cut in halves, and upon being carefully kept out of sight creature was the questioned, the natives informed him This Apart from the senation natural to that they obtained them from the great the shocking tragedy of the Gnrfield Perhaps the most interesting quess somo distance away ia the up country. An effort to purchase tion in regard to these huge bird is murder Blaine suffered a deep disappointment, which he some soon resulted in the discovery of that of their extinction. Mr. 1$. S. In Garfield's probable kept tohe himself. others that fell into the hands of the Rooth a member of the New Zealand his plans perish. And death he saw all still clung to naturalist, Isidore G. St. Hilaire, who Institute, has paid much attention to them. succeeded also in finding the bone? of the subject and has thrown much light When Garfield the bird, which ho named Epinornis, or upon it One of the most romarkabic Iloue the object was lying in tho White of sympathy literally ot his discoveries of the remains of these world-widtail bird. Blaine" was scheming. giants was in what is known as the Moa Since then (1S50). the remains of W.thout waiting for the death of three or four distinct species of these siwamp at Hamilton. Now Zealand. if that was to be the end of tho The bones were deposited principally in monsters have been unearthed in the tragedy, or his recovery, if that was to the northeastern part of the lagoon, in be, . of the southern portion of Blaine dovisod a plan for seizing the island, a skull, parts of the ver- a space exactly tho shape of a half- - the Presidential office by declaring d moon, lorty feet from point to point, tebra', a tibia sixty-fou- r centimetres eighteen feet across tho center, and inability and bringing General long, being tho principal finds onite Ar'hur to Washington to "run the enough to establish its colossal stature. ranging from two to four feet deep. with Blaine, the SecreHe estimates that nearly seven tons Some writers aver that traditions of this of bones were taken out "of this small tary of Mate, as the master spirit giant jrave rise to the tales of the roc Blaine erroneously presumed that Arso intimately associated with tho haps space, . most of which were badly de- - thur, almost overwhelmed as he was eomno-euanu mai me numoer ot in lkno.vn to and mishaps of the unlucky Sindbad. bo by the circumstances at- dividual hen'tholMrd&wasifirst discovorod, tnaa fourbirds could not havo benndiw u JiunUreu. 5Ji.. wvuiu oo wining and its egg found to be eight times the every ima; ginablc place and nngfaiont. I and virtually hide capacity of that of the Ostrich, it was A great quantity of quart srravol Zn and protecting wing of the Secretary the assumed to be sixteen feet in height, smooth pebbles occurred among the of which would make it as tall as a giratle bones, and in the the spirit of shallowest part of the Mate, to 'whom and who would Garfield would descend, and much larger; but the aptcrix, deposit under pelves or breast-bonpersonthough a bird hardly larger than a that had not been disturbed, they lay ate the dead President to the omi of the guinea hen, lay eggs as large as a in heaps and bunches. There was no term. swan's. Some of the The position would, gravel in the birds lay eggs that seem dispropotv bones, and nolagoon, except among tho according to Blaine's plan, satisfy the small waterttonedto.thcirsizc.io it was assumed that course could be found gutter orit might uncertain requirements and intentions by which the Epinornis need not have been larger have come in. The oniy of the Constitution and apparent ex- role assigned to Arthur. that was tho than the ostrich. On the other hand, it planation of the presence of pebbles the is well known that very large birds is that they were brought there in tho Such a plan Blaine elaborated and often lay small eggs, as the cuckoo, a gizzard of the great birds. This theo- cautiously unfolded to the members of bird as large as a small hawk, that lavs ry is supported by numerous instances the Cabinet privately. His intention, an egg about the size of that of tfio where similar Moa bones have been in eae it was well roceivod, was to call blackbird. So it will be seen that as a found over such deposits. Inthe swamp, the Cabinet together and formally prorule the size of a bird cannot be told that seemed a veritable graveyard for mulgate the scheme and set the machine from its egg. these extinct feathered giants, the top in motion. Secretary Hunt, of the Navy DepartThe bones found, however, justify bonc3 were in by far tho best condition, naturalists in considering the Epinornfs and, curiously enough, there wero a ment, gave the plan his earnest ena giant. Ward gives it as twelve feet; large number that had been broken, dorsement. Secretary Lincoln, of the others thirteen or more; not so remark- wouuded and healed. There wero no War Department, was at first favorable, able when we consider that in the bouc3 found here of young birds, nor but subsequently withdrew from it and earlier geological times all life seemed fragments of eggs. Mr. Booth shows opposed it, as did all tho other members to have reached a maximum of size. that the remains could not have been of the Cabinet With this failure of his plan for perNot only wero the birds large, but the deposited by running water, neither mammals .were . gigantic also. The could the Moas have been surrounded petuating Garfiold in himself Blaine reDiprotodon Australis'was a Pleistocene aud driven in there in such numbers by tired for a season to Maine and never kangaroo as large as the living rhinoc- sweepingfires; they could not have been saw him alivo again. Blaine's hopes of dominating Arthur eros. The Swatherium was a bogged, certainly" not the latter ones antelope, also as large as "a with two or three feet of solid bone un- and his supplications to be permitted rhinoceros. The Glyptodon, a Pleis- der them; and that tho bodies were not to remain in the Cabinet arc known to tocene armadillo, eleven feet long, thrown there by savages, is shown be- whoever was cognizant of the events of weighing over 1,000 pounds. The yond a doubt, as not' a trace of their the time. Ever since thon Blaine has Megatherium was a sloth eighteen feet work is found, not a hacked or Fcheined for the Presidential nominain length. The tigers of tho tertiary scratched bone or implement or trinket tion, as he would have done had Gartime, represented by the Machairodus, of any kind. The real cause of their field lived. The stage in tho canvass has not been had upper canine teeth threo times the extinction, in the mind of the distinlcngth of those of tho living forms. In guished investigator is, that in the first reached for showing to Garfield Repubearlier times were Crinoids (Pentacri-ntt- s place, their disappearance was at a licans how great is their delusion in resubangularis) with stalks over fifty much earlier date than is commonly garding Blame as Garfield's friend, and feet long; huge crabs and gigantic fishes supposed, and was caused by tho grad- for that reason entitled to their love and that heralded later and more insignifi- ual lowering of the temperature until earnest support There has never been a time when the chapter in the Garfield cant forms. the warmth of the earth and air was With such an array of stupendous not sufficient to hatch tho eggs, period bearing - on this question could creatures, we are not surprised to find from which time they gradually with proprictj- be written, or when a birds of such colossal stature. France declined until they totally disap- sufficient motive for doing it existed. has produced one of the largest and peared. When the frost and snow There are Republicans to whom tho most remarkeblo of these forms yet began to set in, the Moa, on account of title of Garfield Republicans would apmade known to science. M. Gaston its great size, could not find shelter propriately apply. They, it is underrianto, in some excavations in a clayey like smaller birds, hence it would select stood, will supply the missing chapter by stratum known as tho Mcudon ossifer- the places where it found the most theshowing what Blaine was ahoutfrom moment he entered Garfield's Cabbone-pi- t ous conglomerate, made the first dis- warmth. Thcspring-watcrinth- c inet, who covery of a tibia, which, though somebeing far above freezing point (in for what were working with him, and purposes Garlield and his Adwhat broken, measured forty-fivfact, it may havo been a thermal centimetres, and from its resemblance to spring), became a natural refuge which ministration were used. Garfield Republicans bo that of the swan, differing from it only would in some degree relieve their groat willtheirmade to understand how delusion as to Blaine. suffering. Thus tho period when frost Wash. is in tho presence of a sub trochean fossa Corr. N. Y. Star. and in the relatively high situation of and snoxr set in, Mr. Booth places as tho osseous arch and external mus- the beginning of the deposit of bones in Conkling's Attitude. cular attachment, it was presumed that the pit The accumulation would have J. no report is gaining considerable the s a gigantic ally of these been very gradual, perhaps through birds. Since Plantc's discovery another centuries," and the periodical deposits currency in tho newspapers that in regastornis has been discovered in a for- would only have increased at the'samo turn for the aid by Messrs. Cornell, mation corresponding to- tho Mcudon rate as the frost and snow. This pro- Piatt Smyth and Payne, for Mr. Blaine, conglomerate. A large part of the cess continuing until not even in tho in this State, tho Republican Presidenskeleton was secured, and when mount- most favored places their eggs could bo tial candidate has promised, if elected, ed and the missing parts carefully re- hatched, the race ended. This is prob- to recognize Mr. Conkling's claim to be stored, a bird was snownWer ten feet ably the true primary cause of tho restored to the leadership-in-chie- f of in height It was especially remark-abl- o extinction of these giant birds. N. Y. the Republican party in this Commonwealth. This claim is said to involve for the possession of teeth, tho PosL upper bill or mandible, which was parseveral agreeable and considerable particularly perfect, showing a series of ticulars. Mr. Conkling is to be perThe Wart Disappeared. pseudo alveoli, reminding one of the mitted to dictate all the Federal ap"Do you remember Joe Grimes?' i. airopnrea- aiveou oi reptiles, corre pointments to be made in New York btatc. The absolute mastership of the spending not to true teeth but to a quired Fitzgoobcr, at dinner. d "Who, that old monkt thickening of the horny material of the State Committee is to be restored to bill. Strangely enough, however, upon that used to hang around you so much ? him. The heads of all his Republican the anterior portion of tho bill there asked Mrs. Fitz. enemies are to be given to him on a "Yes, the same man," replied Fit, charger. He is to be elected as his own was a true tooth, of a bony nature, forming a part and continuous with the "he has- returned to the city to stay." successor to the United Slates Senate. "Tho hateful wretch. I wish be The telegram, condensing but compresubstance of tho bill itself. When the Mascarene Islands were could havo stayed awv; he hasjin old hending all the particulars herein rofirst visited in the year 1650, some large wart on his jaw that always made mo cked, is also said to be based on the birds were found that have since gone sick to look at; vou sav hovs como back declaration of Collector Robertson. the way; of tho dodo. One of tho most to live?" Tho Argus is in no position to know "Yes, he went West, you remember, whether the telegram is correct or not interesting was a giant rail, called by Schlegel the Galhniula gigantca. It and has made half a million dollars; It is published with approbation in Rewas a wincless bird of elegant shape, he has bought the finest mansion In the publican newspapers. The substance " standing high on long stilt-lik- e of it has for somo time been talked of legs, city, and is with enormous 'toes, recalling tho cu"0, Fitzy," broke in the lady "do among Republican politicians. The rious jacana. Its height was over six bring him with you to tea this eve'nin"; Tribune and the Philadelphia Press, feet From various sources it is found I will be so delighted to see him 3ain.'' ' notable for the nearness of their relations Atlanta Constitution. g that the natives hunted it on foot, to Blaine, repeatedly declared that Mr. it down until it wa3 finally exterConkling was in favor of Mr. Blaine's minated, tho last one being "seen in nomination and against that of Sheffield, Ala., was a farm 1694, about forty-fovears after its months ago. A syndicate bought sh President Arthur. Some of the men it fot discovery by the whites." $6,1)00, sold it in lots for $216,000 and closely connected with Mr. Conkling and aforetime powerful lieutenants of his, As regards bulk tfie giant Moas or now, as tho Lonisvillo&Nashville'Road wero openly active for Mr. Blaine. wingless birds of New Zealand were the refuses to build to it, the place ha? col- They declared that their action waa satlargest; ground, birds that wc are IV lapsed. Chicago Herald, isfactory to, and approved by, Mn - A SUMMER IDYL. pood-bye- T e, I -- m - roc-lik- e harpa-gorni- s. sand-bank- e, Ga'r-liel- d, and-ban- ks Gar-liel- GoM-rnnicnt,- ii es mound-buildin- g Vice-Presiden- t's Pachv-dermo- id silence in such cases does not give consent A public man has a risrht to let reports about himself pass by, ami no one has a right to presiimo that they are true, merely because he does not notice them. Reserve may simply comprise a policy of letting time refute allegations or letting tho .tenor of the life be the contradiction to specific assertions. And it should bo added that the gossiping press has created asraiist any statements it makes, affocting public p'ersons, a presumption that the statements are untrue, until othr events have corroborated them. Events have shown that Mr. Conkling opiosotl Arthur and supported Blaine ture. against Arthur. That much of the preNothing is more natural than that the vailing report is true. Utterance or Egyptian peant. who has never been events will soon enable the public to his own village, and whose conlearn whether the iest of it is true or ceptions of tie world, of men. an I false. Till then, the Democratic and things are of tie most limite I, should, Independent Reform Republican oppou-nent- s considering that tho Nile gives him all of Mr. Blaine cau contentedly he has and all he needs, look upon it as wait Albany Argus. a direct gift of God. be that his land is so Whether Logan Then auJ ow. favorably sitttntcd that tho Nile Hows nror it at the time of inundation, or John A. Logan, candidate for that tho watar reaches it through artiprofrsses to be tho special friend and champion of the colorod ficial irrigation by means of a water-whee- l worked by the camel or the people, anil the Memphis Aitftcnl has taken the trouble to hunt up his record. oven of the peasant or if he be very The result wiil be somewhat surprising poor, owning neither camel nor oxen, to the colorod voters that he now courU and obliged to pull up the water in and tinttcrs, and the colored man who shallow buckets made of reeds, ami studies it will bo apt to hesitate beforo with his own hand distribute it over his fields, this much is certain, that only in giving this arch demagogue aud so far as tb Nile has blessed his land his support Logan voted in ISIS for a constitu- will his corn or his cotton grow, ami tional provision prohibit'ug anv negro the harvest will be in exact proportion or mulatto from settling in the 'State of to the amount of moisture which the Illinois. Wo also voted in favor of a lantl has racoived. constitutional provision to exclude neAnd more than this the Nile gives groes from the right of suffrage or the him so much besides. Hi's hut is uuilt right to hold otlice. But this is not all. of Nile mull, and thatched with reeds Logan was a member of the Illinois J hat grow in tho eauals; out of Nile Legislature in 18.":5, aud as a member clay is the beloved pipe, and also the of the Judiciary Committee, ho report- water jar out of which he drinks (and ed the following bill: he drinks incalculable quantities of It a negro or mulatto, bond or free, shall water:) ad even for tho "tarnbooka." hereafter come Into thia State and remain the peculiar kind of kettle-druwith ten days w ith the evident intention of raiding in the same, every Mieh nor or mulatto which he accompanies all his monotosUu'l be deemed guilty ut a bitrh misdemean- - nous songs and religious observances. "haul lined the SfM iSLHtSJPJtf seh ngrft or mukuto loes the Nile give him the clay. I EtiUnjr iirtTHminn'If tlmt-tbshall be fnund guilty, and tho lino n?0(t:eU be folhth is a grat not paid Jot th with to the Junto or the i'once water druiker, and I may add so aro all bofore wltom the proceedings wen.Miad.lt shall tx the duty of said Jutke to commit foreigners in Egypt, for nowhere else said negro or mtilat to to the custody of tho that 1 know of is the water so clear Sheriff, or otherwise keep him. hrr or them in and doliciotis. This is, no doubt, owing custody; and said shall tortlnvlth akl negr.t or mulatto, ami on theday to the constant flowing over a bod of and at the time and place mentioned in said .finest saml anil loam. Filtered or adrertlM'mpnt the s.fd Justice shall, at pubcooled in a large urn of clay, it becomes lic auction, pn ce d sell ai nero or mulatto to any iersn or person- -, who will pay perfectly cold, and is very refreshing. sueh flue and costs for the shortest time; anil Dr. A. TratUveller, in Harper's t. said purchaser shall hat c the right to compel said negro or mu'atto to work lor and servo out bmI time. If aid negro or mulatto shall not within ten days after the expiration of Single his. her or their time of service, as afor.!aM' leave the State, he, she "Or they shall lie lia"The custom of wearing single eyeble to ti second prosecution, in which the to lie inilicted shall lie one hundred doln a optician lars, anil so on for every subsequent offense glasses," said the penalty shun j increased titty dollars yesterday, "is a feature of the English over ami above the last penalty. craze, which, happily, does not seem to He drew up his bill; he roportcd it to Joe growing in favor. Tho few that I tho House, and he advocated it on tho soil are, almost without exception, for floor. It was his bill and it became a use in public or private theatricals, to law. and remained a law until 165. bo worn by characters of the Lonl DunTho records of the 111 nois Lcgslnturo dreary stamp." establish all that wc have stated. It is "You say "happily" the custom is therein printed, that Logan was bofor--j not growing. W hat is tho objection to the war the most bitter and unscrupu- their use?" lous enemy of the colored race that "I will tell you. Thorc arc a few excould be found in the country. He hes- ceptions, as there aro to every rulo, but itated at nothing. If a colored man tho oyos of most people aro so full that came into the free State of Illinois ho ,a e'ass of that kind cannot be kept in wanted him sold into slavery if ho place without a decided distortion of could not pa' a series of heavy fines. the face. This distortion is apt, in The most cruel and arbitrary measures time, to become permanout and disfigwero tho measures he preferred in the ure a person for life. cases of negroes or mulattoi's found in "Tho use of ono by a person with the State. And this man is John A. good eyesight, simply as an affectation, Logan. It is the same man that is now s extremely injurious to the eyes, for the seeking the votos of colored men, on 'vision then not being binocular will tho ground that he has been their best soon be more or less impaired. and truest friend. The bnre truth ia "Th'ey are only suitable for momenthe is tho same Logan at heart that ho ary use, wlierc there is a differonco in was ill 1853, and if he was in earnest "the then he is a hypocrite now The print- tjuclivision of two cyos. But oven whenr a difference exists it is much ed records of the Illinois Legislature for a person to have a double ghiss, leave no doubt of his desire at that time to persecute an' colorod man that pno lens, if an the is good, being of other especially plain glass, and came within the bounds of the State.- adapted for the defective eye. Atlanta Constitution. "A person can thus look at the world .serenely, without any disturbing influ('aught the Infection. bej-oud Vice-Preside- for or contradicted them as3'ot though many have shown that they believe 'and hope thoy will be tru Meantime, Mr. Conkling has made no sign. Tho tjgqueney with which lie contradicts other reporti about him shows that he ptmctuatos roUivmenl with clos reading of the paper. He is, tl orefore, not unaware of what is being alleged his intentions. No denial appears trom him, though, to bo frnuk, eon-corni- Coiiklmg. Tho "reconciliation" of Conkl ng and Blaine has been reported and enlarged on for A Republican, very nenr to Mr. C'onkliiig. has possession, he devlaros. of farts which will soon result in a vis t to Mr. Blaine by Mr. Conkling. and ho states that tho Republican candidate will go out mora than half way to mevt Mr. Conkling. and to welcome him back to the fold. The parable of tiie prodigal son. according to this gentleman, is to be solemnly pnrutlied on the coming occasion. In roforring to these rejw.-t.tho Argus desires its rendeis to remember that thoy are made on Republican authority in every cae, and that no Republican newspaper has oither vouched w.-ek- s ng have recede spnie little culture know that the watcrs&f the Nilo come from tho "land of .dark men" from tho mountains of Abyssmht. In tho year 1S74. at the time of the war with A"bs-siniit happened that the Nile was and-- I havo slow to often heird, here and there inihe villages, the opinion expressed that gno doubt tho King of Dabusch was ranging himself on the Egyptians by preventing tho waters of tho Nile from fijiving down to thenl;" or that an aucieat threat of Ethiopi.fi kings, i. e., to lead off tho Nile before its entrance ntJjEgypt, through a canal into tho Red SJa, Was being carried " out. But the inhabitants of tho more isolated Inland lights as those, ad should you chance n come across jsqrh a icllali crouching at the door ofjMvniud hut, holding his aTiPiutotly'Comctitw-lLU- j kef (aie-ta- .) as littlo mental" exertion as possiulo, and should yon smoking his water-pipe- , ask him as to his opinion of the Nile and its origiu. you would in most case find that instead of onterisg upon geographical questions and liTpotheies, he would. witL a grateful glance toward heaven, answer, simply, "Miu Allah!" i. e., from God, or from liea.cn; and he would no doubt on his side turn questioner, and ask you, "Have you in your country aLso a Mle?" And great would bo his astonishment and surprise on hearing that our vegetation, our crops, and our orchards are nourished by water which falls from the clouds. To him who hardly ever sees rain, and then only in a rare and Missing shower, this seems a very precarious form of agricul1 a, the ftfjptiati Peasant, Such of tho lhhs," or peasants, a Romance In Business. "r Ofaiicliig CalHilTOYerjWe ri-- c. villsgos-havenotuyensu- Could they be laid bare to view, tho trials and oxporiou os of perhaps every successful business man in the city today would seem to be a serioas romance. Wo are apt to a ecpt as a fact the notion that nono o: those nobler emotions and suabili ties of nature that are readily perceived in tho struggles and en leavo.-s- t of men of that other form of genius which blooms in books aud painting, in tho fields of arts and sciences. Theft Is something so material in the idea of tra'lic, the bustle among the essential things of life, that it seems the men in such pursuits must be littlo more than money grabbing machines; insensible to tho delicate fancies, the joyous upliftings of sentiment, or tho linn, heroic qualities that gave olor and purpose and charm to thoe differently gifted men who know how to lot too world in upon their thought hownvnr. nwl I'llt s trade-involveA time-serv- er liave-rnsKnl- u u Ju-!c- f w i 1 Mag-uzin- -- Eye-Classe- s. peii-alt- v well-know- . bot-jto- 03-- 0 e bird-Av'a- - scar-face- - ruu-nip- ur tho "I have no hesitation in saying thai contagion from Massachusetts ,in the majority of cases the use of single and New York, and tho insurgents is an affectation, and an inthere are organizing against the ticket, jury father than a benefit." Boston too. In New Haven about two hun- llobe. dred Republicans have joined in the - - 'It Happened So. movement, and the number includes many of the professors in Yale College. "Human nature must be changing," The fact that tho insurgents against the Republican ticket arc to be found remarked a police officer the other dav chiefly in the cities and the vicinity of to a reporter. "Ordinarily when a colleges in the East, and that the lead-er- a man gets out of Jolict he has no friends, are chielly scholars and students, and even his nearest relatives shrink has provoked the Western Republican away from him, but when a fellow that press to deride them as "dimes" and I knew got out of tho penitentiary Monimpute day he met with a wonderful reception. "Pharisees" names which hypocrisy and a deficiency of popular Ho went down six years ago for burgfeeling. But an important earnest lary. Everybody deserted him, and movement was never yet defeated by when ha was tried the judge had to apepithets. It is absurd to apply the point counsel for him. He had been terms "dudes" and "Pharisees" to'such divorced some years before, but marmen as Schurz, Curtis, Roosevelt, ried again, an his second wife got a Schultz and Barlow, of New York, divorce as soon as he went down. Now, President Eliot, Coloucl Higgin-so- n the funny thing is that when his term Codman, and Colonel ol was up these two women wero both at Boston, and Porter Joliot to receive him, and so were about President and Profs. Sumner, Dana and a hundred of his old friends and acWhitney, of They quaintancespeople who wouldn't put Connecticut aie scholars, thinkers and iu'hiential ,pjit up a cent for him when he was citizens who have deliberately made up pinched. They had a special car, and their minds for good reasons not tc ypu d have thought he was President of support the Republican ticket And United Stites to see the way ho was esthey arc not men without authority. It corted around when he got home." has been proved that they are leaders "How you do you account for it?" a and molders of opinion. They have bystander asked. no place in the Democratic party, and "0, 1 don't account for it they desire none. But they arc under uncle of his died last month at all. An in Boston, obligations" to punish their own party, leaving him $25,000; but of course that if possible, for nomina.ing a ticket with has nothing to do with it." Chicago an obnoxious name at thr head of it Herald. and they have a jier.'ect right, in tho execution of this duty, to vote for a It is never too late. Etionne " Democratic ticket, provided it presents Aurouv, France, lived contenttwo unstained names. edly a bachelor .until And they will a complish their pur- hundred, and then ho was just one turned to thoughts pose. Blaine and Logan will bo beaten; of love. A young school teacher acthe executive authority of the Govern- cepted him, and he ment will pass out of Republican hands, happily for eight yearslived with her before old age and the lesson will te;eh that party that really got the best'of him. The loving it cannot safe'y defy .ie counsel of its conpie bad one child in the timfc wisest and most upright members, Burlington Hawkeye. Connecticut has caught ence? s anti-Blain- c eyo-glassa- i Pra-die- ten for his personal uso. Dr.- - Joseph Parker. An unusually large number of students will enter Princeton Collego next year. There are 140 applicants for admission to the freshmen class, besides thoso u3W men who will try the fall ex The total addtlion In aminations. numbers, Including upper classmen, will amount to nearly two hundred. ... N. Y. Hera'd. j. wifo of Mr. SpurgcOD, tho famous London preacher, funftsiW an'T I apt illustration of tho work a feeble, . Aq Invitqdto hisknuiv ByVcybody woman mav do. She has loner been an J " ihcrH'fcanlrri$M mnmtfPn ("AisKeae-- 1 invalid- but. uv niuKtncrpiioioEcrapn prove now.iuumjy.03 lanuejun Human imies. for such a maiTKlAr 10 niidkbvit'other. iiieimiAitisiHiM s. .. nature are iThJ Groild . principles of juius, caicuiueu 1.1 lur bis Js'Ji?K5T:iwe'mm maur oeeJ Mfimsi.iifi,ti4rKtirtnjTwK' v;t4wiicijvu'a iiutkii nikHt r."mrL spiritual and moral as well as phvicltl lent qtmlit'os of heal and heart.? His she supplies poor ministers of various being. This iew has been alVoidVd by fhara tor for Irnth aud vcrseitvhi3 denominations. L:tsyear she thus a number of Eiigli-- writers who hae ,honesty, his high standing a a citizen gave way over 7,00 ) books, and in the gatherei into a large volume I In- - stories and a member of rehnej society was past six years nearly 42,00t). of fortunes made in trade bymei whose jcstablishej beyond a shadow of doubt. TboRhode Island Congregational lives have in them all tlio elements of Ono day he was nominated for Presichurches aro entitled to tho "banner" romance, though they de eloped in the dent of the Unit oil State?. in political phrase for during the past d outward form of Tho next morning ha wa3 in the business conmu-ute- d every We find around us everywhere, no less ino.ithsof noarly twenty millions f peo- 3ear to the church in the atiteMissions. caue of Home than in the jmges of this book, men ple as a Doubtless the fact that there ha been a who have reached upward to preferLiar, yervreneral relhrioiis iuterest in those ment through a resolute adheren-- e to Thief, churches resulting in large accossioiis, an idea most people believed to be wild Rogue, has had something to do with this ami morbid, anil which, through multiSwindler, praiseworthy liberality. It Is reported, plied failure, they themsehes have Trickster. also, that the Congregational ohttrchos come at titnos to distrust. Arch traitor. in Vermont have contributed more for To follow the tips anil downs, t.to Sordid wretch, Home missions during the past year privation- - ami distractions, the jwriods Groedy spoiler. than ever before. .Y. Y. Examiner. of hojie and the seasons of despair that Bookless Boob', Brooklyn, which only a few day? ehe ker the lives of all men wh o have Arrant humbug, ago was called "the City "of Churches," ' done any thing really great in the afW oak ignoramus, ranks now behind most cities in the fairs of tho world, is to be in the presWily peculator. proportional number of its places of ence of a rotnan e, the m re fasclna Bluste.ing idiot. The Catholics develop the worship. ting and pathetic because of its stert Bundle ofclap-trapjgreatest local strength. The Episcoreility in the moments of passing ex demagogce Scheming . . " ' palians have conspicuously fuilod to r pcrietice. We have now in the market uuarintan; Jiigguug rtr keep up with the increase of popularich ami beautiful fabrics that are Shuttling impostor. tion. There is an area in Brooklyn nothing more than silk wasto Cheap swashbuckler; containing 175.0J0 people, in which Yet the Englishman who utilized. bailhlcss renegade. has neither church nor opiscopa-- y finally perfected the machinery t save Shameless time surrar. chapel, nor mission school. Brooklyn this refu.so was out of pocket $l,H,00U Dissembling hypocrite. has doubled its population in .fifteen before he was ab!e to make a practical Unprincipled politician. years. Last year its increase was demonstration of his muvh ridi 'tiled Machiavelian jockej. twenty thousand. Chicago Times. idea. Aud a debased, ign The article now fatuous as Bessemer rant, weak, ambitions, unscrupulous The religious statistics of tho tho teel was the result of an obstinate "knave, a villain wittiout heart, brains United States, looked at from four difin the face of adversity and or honor, a being toojile to walk erect ferent points in tho course of the presskepticism nufticieitt to dishearten any and ruo-- k the name of man, whose ent century, presents some very inlut a superior man. and it is estimated election would ringthe death kuoll teresting and instructive features. In that ou existing rails in England alone bf the Republic and catail ten millions the vear 1800 the total population was tho.-is, by this means, u saving of a of uncounted woes up5n the human race 5,305,925. Of those there were Protestcapital sum of $170,000,000. In lines for all future ages. , ant, 1,277,052; Roman Catholic, unclassified, 8,023,873. In 1850. other than invention, which is admitted i It is a golden agemy son. and this to involve a certain kind of genius, we lis a glorious country. It Is the proud out of a total population of 23,191,870, may with 110 difficulty find e.ideinos (privilege of every Americau citizen to be there were Protestant, 12,723.158: Roof the same superior character of mind nominated, posiblJ, for President man Cathoic, 1,611,000; unclassified, that enables one man to tower abote Ifhe privilege has its drawbacks, you 8.851,718. In 1870, out of a population his fellows. A walk down any promiIporceive. It is a privilege that your of .13,538,371, the Protestants numbered nent thoroughfare of Chicago will lead lister earnestly dosjres may be added 24,011,186; Roman Catholics, 4,600,000; past from one to a dozen monuments to hor other privileges. Poor girl, why not classified, 9,916,885. And in the of this material romanticism in the ishe wishes to be nominated for Presi- venr lSO, out of a total population ways of trade. One of the merchant dent is beyotri my limited power of which had swelled to 50,152,8U6, there princes of America, a man yot young in (comprehension. If Mie so desires, she were .16,031,974 Protestants, 6.367,000 years, with scarcely aline in his fare or a pi ay have my chance for the nomina- Roman Catholics; not classified, 7,758,-89X. Y. Times. bond in the lithe, graceful form, began tion. I do not intend, to avail myself his enreor in this oity as a clerk, w ith of this privileg&jif citizenship. I may no money but his salary, and ho Bike mud, Telemanclias; I admit that I rUACEXT PARAGRAPHS. is tho dry goods magn'ato of Chicago, am made of the dust of the earth, and doing a business said to involve In a glove shop: "I want a pair of any pride of origin may incline me to be a year. The life of this man is irnther fond of mud. But I do not long glovos." "What is your number, sir?" a veritable romance, with touches of to become a walking brickyard. You "2917." Glove woman with some color here and th-- re like the pigments isay you had some thought of taking the discovers that tho customer is a of fiction. Within a stone s throw stump this fall yourself? My boy, when cab driver. Le Figaro. from his principal establishment is ;men go into polities in these golden These warm evenings are just king of trade, who from an days, they do not take the stump. Thoy tho right time to pop the question, for equally humble beginning has reaped a take a dredging machine. Burdetle., in "tho girl is usually ready to wilt beforo fortune almost as ample, and 'gained Turlington Ilawk'ue. the young man has time to say: rtWilt public repute into the bargain. thou be mine?" Too Clercr. The hotel that is one of the wonders Wen or man says dat de laws o do of the new world sprung from the meahim, boy who is genewlly spoken of Ian' is er boarin1 down on to de yor ken elusion ger counter of a diminutive storo, with as The very "s,mart"'i3 an ob'ect of mighty nigh alius come bein immediate trials and hardships that commiseration. And this in spite of the dat he" is cr tryin ter b'ar down on do gave marvel to the present stupendous extravagant laudation always his to laws. Arkansatv Traveler. success. The history of tho men who (Command, Young man, don't place too much the envy and despair with now control the largo manufactories in is viewed by the indolent and confidence in tho old saying "love is this city, and whose famous stock and which he blind." An ice cream sign is never so provision concerns in the south part of (obtuse, and tho general petting he his small that love can't see it It would at his home and, perhaps at the city would need little embellishment school. That ho is clever does not bo well to bear this in mind when out to give them all incredible fascination of wlmit of a Every one owns it, for a ramble. Peck's Sun. vital romance. Eten now, when somo jtind none doubt complacently than When an Irishman in Morry Old more ono well informed of the facts contrasts "young hopeful" himself; but it does England, walks into a hotel, laugh's and the conditions of this or that favorite not follow that it will be good for him. says: "Faith! an' it's mesilf that has of trade, describing the early nothing Unless, indeed, e here," tho landhe be subject to very come to with the present every thing, the heardelicate treatment, we may even say lord and roustabouts all rush out and er takes tho story with a fair allowance that the chances are it will be positively shout for the police, and look fortho of salt, unwilling to believe that inde- injurious. establishment to be blown to fragments Such a remark requires fatigable industry, determined energy, First of all, then, it must every moment. Rose's TooUipick. indomitable courage arc the Aladdin !bo remembered that these early The new fireproof hotel is to havo lamp of the business world, and that of precocity are seldom long steel beds, asbestos mattresses, and tin , with them wonders may be accomfiiveil. Like morning mists, they are sheets. The bells will be tongue-tied- ,' plished. Chicago Inter Oe'ean. exceedingly evanescent The infant tho elevator will be tho powers, prclernatttrally developed, too drinks will bo frozen, tho s will Sweet Revenge. thoy be polite, there will bo fire escapes front soon decay. If they are must be gradually developed. Their every the gas can not There was a streak of shade about growth should be not that of tho larch, blow'n out, and guests can not bo six inches' wide and nitio feet long at but of the oak. To force, as is often bunkoed. Chicago Inter Ocean. the corner of Congress and Griswold done, the childish intellect to an extent A writer in a scientific journal saj--s Streets yesterday noon, and a great big far beyond its natural powers is not a "black eye" is simply "a severe conhulk of a man, coat off, hat in hand and only an error, but a crisie, and a tusion of the integuments under the 'rivulets of perspiration pouring down matter that cannot be too strongly in- orbit, with great extravasation of blood, his face, crowded a boy out of it and sisted upon at the present day. Of and ecchymosis in tho surrounding stooil there and groaued and panted course, some children are natura'ly cellular tissue, which is in a tumefied more quick and intelligent than others state." And here all thus while we havo ,like a sick horse. "Boy I" he said, as he began to feel a and more may not unreasonably, there- supposed thata "black eye" was simply .little better, "I'm the biggest fool in fore, be expected of them. But what the result of a littlo man calling a big we would here particularly wish to man a liar. Xorrittown Herald. America!" "Yes, sirl" was the respectful reply. guar! parents against is, iu the case of Laura, Just "Last winter I raved and look on "clever" children, urging them con- is here to think, we shallthe summer bo having again and greater" mental efforts about the cold. I swore that this was tinually ou to those delightful lawn tennis and crono country to live in I wanted to often far beyond their powers, and quet games we enjoyed so much last feeling unduly anxious anddisappointed summer." "I'm afraid I won't be able :shoot coal dealers and ,and I whooped around because the when others are ".low." In the latter join you," lisped the bank president's streetcars warcn't warmed. Boy, see case time may develop unthought-o- f "Dear me, why not?" "Betalents and unexpected ability. Two daughter. says he can't afford to buy mo now." cause papa "Yes sir; you ate melting light brothers were once at a school in Edin- me any silk stockings this season." burgh. The one stood high among his Chicago Tribune. away!" "Correct. It wasn't three weeks ago fellows for sharpness and intelligence; Prodigal "Dear! Dear! that I wanted to knock a man down lie was always prompt, precise and dux. HowReturned old farm has changed!" little the was proportionately obtuse The other for predicting that we'd have an- sumand slow. In course of time both grew Honest farmer "Very few changes mer, and now just think of ninety-heigto manhood. The first became plain have been made, my '.son. You will degrees in the shade!" them "Regular creek pouring down tho John Scott a respectable inhabitant of, find things pretty much as you left is the but scarcely known beyond, the squaro twenty year3 ago. Over" there back of your neck, sir." whilst tho second bo- - apple" tree you planted." "Yes, the know it I know it! There aro in which ho lived; "I same tree, only larger; and there is tho creeks and rivers running lengthways came Sir Walter Scott of the universe. e I made for tho new pup." Magazine. Waverly and crossways "of me until I want to "Yes; poor Carlo! He died of old ago swim, and yet in May I went blowing ten years ago. That dog you see is his A Timely Shower.. ,1., , , around here that any man who'd live ,And over "there is the grandson. in such a cold country ought to be sent I'helped to build for old " "I was mighty thankful fev that rain chicken-hous- e to a fool asvlum. Boy!" we got yesterday." Biddy's first brood." 'Yes; poor old "Yes sir." "Yes, it did thecorn a world of good. Biddv! 1 wish I had known you were "I crowded you out of 3our shade. How many acre3 have you got planted coming home." "Why?" "Because I It was a mean'trick. Here's a quarter in corn?" might have saved her: but I took her to to soothe your feelings. I'm going to "I've got no corn planted this vear market last week." Philadelphia Call. take that car for home. When 1 get at all. 1 wasn't thinking about crops." m m in there I'm going to have a niece of oil"Well, how then can the rain benefit Cremation an Incentive to Murder. cloth spread over the cellar lloor, and von?" , I'm going to lay down on it and have There are also other objections to "You see I doa t often get a decent ice heaped around me until I'm frozen dinner at home, as ray wife says she favoring the practice of cremation, of as solid as a bone. Bo'!" n objection is, can't cook in hot weather, but yester- which the "Yes, sir." day there was te he a church picnic, of course, the most formidable. As we "Let this country alone. She's all and she fixed up a lunch basket for the have said on several occasions, and as right Let the weather alone. She preacher's table, but it rained so the the Home Secretary repeated onWcdnes-ilaknows her business. Please empty tho picnic eould not come off. To keep there is much more murder by water out of my coat pockets, mop the the preacher's lunch from spoiling we poison than is commonly imagined. back of my neck like a good boy, and had it for dinner, and it was the best Take what precautions you may, reguI'll move on." Detroit Free Press. dinner I've had since we wero married. late as you please, there would be yet There was no end of chicken, and more crime of this kind if cremation jellies, and that sort of alleviations. I became common. There would be tnoro W. Burge. an active mem Frank just as if I was of such crime because there would bo ber of the London Mock Exchange, lost ieel like a new w $250,000 within two weeks by the de- .born arain. J"1, tel' nie that rain more temptation to it, aud we should preciation in American and Egyptian yi' terday uuiaj; " mo country anv never forget, in discussing this subject, most refreshing that as the practice of cremation adsecurities. He became unable to sleep, frootl. it wsisne fr.u jTTrmfl we ll I"1"1 v vears,' Texa vanced the discovery of suitable poisons and when his failure was announced ho shower mislit advance too. St, James' Budge SifCngs, blew out his brains. eu-gag- ed My son, this is a and this is the golden and the p irchasmg power pi ftiMlarfct ceat m one1 hundred cents, and a e?PP reckNow England M tuised ajwut 'ftWler m lessly and extravagantly Colorado. Iu this goldeIag sad itt this glorious republic, tbjire lived and there still lives a man." Hwa fell and stature of oomolv; his stature was a man". Ho stood well ItQgoagj. Ho was honest and trustworthy "Hm name was good at the bank; hfllndorsement of a note turned that npta4ntogld. He was c Jucated, talented, Pnonlo K.imi to him for dvie. Paa- pie, irrespective of age, rank, sex, pre awor or vioas condition ot servi him politic, bowed to 'him,' ... with profound respect viia:jim to afig.so ux- their homes, wero uoh' pressed themselves, if Kifciae trted, and jivlonor to "thov ostoemed it a vet wbl-sfinted. gA j81? ajctPfrll, SCHOOL AND CUURCII.' The Fedoral Council of Berne ha rejected the petition of tho Roman Catholics against the exclusion of the religious oYTrrs from the public schools. Every Teader has his favorite author and favorite passagos texts to which lie will turn in danger or sorrow vrith special expectation and promises' which will seem to have been expressly writ- --- Tho - . KJ " . 1 v-i- t " h . hard-heade- ". ? per-Hiaten- e 100,-00- 0; 2. to-da- y K) of-fo- rt au-otli- cr es . dino-a-mit- mani-'fetatio- water-balanc- e, bell-boy- fire-plac- e, li stove-maker- s, ht dog-hous- i. murder-by-poiso- y, -- 4 & z3K .vvBi Vs :jBPigP;:r-,- . M banblw like m. Ym, n.ill,- - i.:nl' he'd like it? No: it's nil :i.y J;". ,. got on ' Lionel iSVl ?s ..r. f vsui, fctnci; so diQerentimi olovorer. even lnn't lu nl 1 as only already for ono thk betor looking, shall never come in your Sro;s0 you. FROM DAKOTA. too, and linf.- - tneTcd Whatever I'm just going to tVmSlf they quarreled abo WI1red s very sl5'1,f"t Jinny, I write on'me kneo ' sure he is the oJ&V. Ll0nCfll nover "Don't say that," sho lay7"(in suite "iathushtumpofa limited pinci): I would write on mo dIK, but you sco Ttl inillX' of herself sho feels relieved); ui'iinis that o.. "" ho me i m widout thtit coiivitnlent utlnsll. will put himself ia is there nothing we can do -?ht, at on.c0 1 to a houo of tno own. ?mt as yot no help and ask Lionel to i5io fr,cnd3 aRain? in." we can give you?" anomaly an jto XT wile ? m Its u iiiniuure afthcr. to letBillmler; e"ugh-- ho Pretty school you came from!" hp will consent SwU-J no answers, fiercely; r Hor Consult htr Moola nr .i,niin, n ways dc?. growls tho policeman; " 'atidlos on tc don joining,your pity. Do you --II Should my tables an chairs, want think 1 An then he ha? 1 bright idea; ho your lesson books, if I knows anythin & cant seo that you wouldn't A." llllrVllfl fin" IMIMMto rt .Mna u bother tho lingo of wares! touch me vill lake his brothprso"10 little present 'Ere. ouf, you go!" with the loners ,f you An' curtains wid camel hulr liices. to prove that he realty wishes to be'iavo Kolleston s fears increases. I won't! too Into to snivel overcoild help it? It's Perhaps whin I married a wifo me now. fche would turn up her nose at me choosin', decently iu t10 futuI.. What shall he I won't!" ho erio frantically, and rush- well enough as I am. You and I'm C.,.W'8hr- - ""O shweet bloom of her II To buy? ing back to tho door beats upon it wild- alone to go to the devil my leave me tt id pretinjp of contint I Ho finds himsolf sar a lar" ,loy ly. On tho other sid? of it aro love it s all I ask of you. Good-bv- QVa war; bo now, 1 ve no carpets to at their usia'. shween, It's "or chairs s'iod at the. tio, .A in the window and shelter, and it will not open to him. Christmas, isn t it? I haven'tdroamed ?r v hln night comes I roll tuptip o'er; an displayed 'several regiment, of He is cold and hungry ....... after that at all events. Well. I s contint as a pijr on the an' shleep ,. floor. ih briirhtlv cn'nrn r:'arriors tho very his walk: why do they keop him out and Lionel as merry a Christmas vo 1 rvlv e snwwt drea-n- that I dream as bcj,,tilul JHUirhtor: thing! Lionel is still yoang enough to like this?" mean to have. 1 can't sav more than Until in mo visions you seem delight in them. he calls honrsolj'. "Can't that in the way of enlovmont." ? y"r "y to ra over Uio wntcr! I I icae pardon me method unjrainlr. Feeling in his pockets Kolleston dis- you hear me, mother? It's Wilfred; He turns on 'his heel at the last words fulure mar .voks us, covers more loose silver than he had let me in!" rii, and slouches off dow 1 the narrow lane un' spoaR Plainly. 1? lH" The othor takes him, not nrighly, by by which he had cjme. EUiqI Kolles-tohe possessed, an'l so he goes w..m n ri"" me note down to a focus:) into tho shop and afc f"r on0 of the tho shoulder. "Now you take my ai- sum Is for awhil looking after his w?h" h?,usa mo;t i1istcly warrum, -boxes of soldiers. Ho is served by ono j vice," he says. "You ain't quiteyour-o- f receding form till the fog closes so ixealdln-lthick, nia'ntn i round two female assistants, j self ; ou'rc" making a mistake. I don't it and she can soe it no in3rc. sho Tof.rhfn1'- - Mb,!Ut 4 a a'"1'' b: brick ma'am. Texas. Xcbrasky -who stare and one another at want to get you in troublo if you don't feels as if she had seen a ghost; and for wa,ls .' ver "u thousht or. vh. lC'eit his fir-i- ivnrrN r&riSifritndi!. ncrhan. force me to it. Drop this ere tomfool her, at tho inclosuro before the that a fellow of his s?o should buy toys game, and go home quiet to whorevor deserted house next door will be haunted 10. sure its great wallia.-- the worruld -- as if. ho In fact it s a hole in th ground; ever more -- haunted by a forlorn am' thmk mdi,,na,ltIy t5l0V it is you dj live." ,,,s the pIaco to lw curruled eouldn't sen that it was not for himself "I tell you I live here, 3'ou fool!" homeless figure sobbing thore by th th wl.,lrIw'nds are twirlin' around! he wanted tho things. shrieks Wilfred, in deadly terror lost ho railings. uJl? ,vcry b,t tcaient ixclpt But he goej on. feeling happier after should be forcod away before tho door The parlor, that lies out As for tho man, ho goo on his way mr flns'rs have swept his p ircha.e. Ther will co now that is opened. until ho finds a door which is not closod Its million-plcarpet I Moors. he is not so bad afwr all; it is long "And I tell you you don't do nothing against him. Lonrm'iifs Majaiint. orjfive mo lxlr.ivijr.inf speeches. s ftJll.a3 sin o he has felt snh a craving to be of tho sort," says the policeman, dreams wmU Parlor' unlimited or a Hindoo. mo thing it wcil of bv somebody. to lose his temper. "No ono All the Isms. An the sky for a sunny A little further'on be comes to a row don't live 'ere, nor ain't dono not since Skepticism is doubt abouLthe truth of littQiilc. uiOitlv women, an.l tnyitej- - L vc bin on tho beat. Use your oyos if JIS ,11ar,mt Dakota Is new, though not actually denying it; hesiia mien tiVboysstandin.'ipa?tot'curDSK,n" voir re not too far cone." b,wra mansion forj-ou- Bur Jill,l'.u,ld,a 53"i!j2 ."n,n wao:i5c3tcJ.tu a mtio i y or the first time Rollcston seems Jo tion about it; reluctance to define wha nin I m able to purcha k tho wooueu-bo- r An sure tn ill not tuke very longlumber. on rii'?i3ls urawn un close hoc things plainly as they are; ho faith is. Where the mII Is so fortllo. to the paronnnt. He is paralytic ami glances around the square that is just Agnostism is a denial of an aecopt Whin you tune up your plow I'm tould: blind, with a pinched, white face framed as it always is on foggy winter ovon-ing- anuo of religion, except that which The earth hums a chorus or for a sonx. gould. in an old faduoned fur cap with big with its central inclosuro a conies within kncvle Ige. There ma, Thin come to your Dlnnis O'lklon. he seeni to bo preaching shadowy blac'v mass against a reddish be a God or there may not. There ma; An' let his llddity provo or read ng, and Kolleston slop3 itlly glimmer, beyond which the lighted have been such a Divine person as Jesu. is strong as J1'? Ixcipt ."oartit's burstin" wid a lion, that iovo, cno'igli to listen for a few moments, windows of the houses glow'in yellow Christ or thore may not It does no U. Jr. fink, in Century Majojfiw. come within my knowledge, so I put i the women making room for him with alacrity and the boys staring curiously Hut this house, his own win, it is all aside because I know nothing about it SHUT OUT. of any Positivism is around at the new arrival with a grin, shuttored ami dark: some of tho th'-nHe hardly pays much attention to window-pane- s excopt it can bo positively proved are broken; thoro is a It Is to vard Ihe end of an artoruoon Euclid, or an m December, and Wilfred Rolloston is this, he is likening to tho poem which pale gray patch in one that looks like a as c. g a proposition iu of thr hot; is routing with a j dingy bill; the man in the Jhe knocker has boon un- - object demonstrated by onethose, bu walking along a crowded London street ua-Thus di l'ering 'from me ami; aiunuu in 1113 voice. screwed from tho door, and on its tense-'aui witn his face turned westward. A few "There's a harp and a crown, scraped panels some one has scribbled hardly more perhaps than in name, su moments ago and ho was scarcely conr'oy you and for me, Rationalism is a disbelief in the words and rough caricature; that were scious of where he was or whore lie the boughs bo surely not there when he lo.t i"11 ' pernntural: nothiugto .1 . aocopum un Or th t ChriMmas tree'." . . ..m. ........ .". . uioauttogo; ho was walking on meHI It 00 unU!!lt Wttllin UIO HHtmroumi lie heir, and then hurries on again, morning. chanically in a heavy stupor, through Man's reason must be con Can anything any frightful disaster power. which there stole a banning sene ul repeating the stanza, mechanically to himself, without seeing anything "parhave come in that short time? No, vineod. Faith is nothing. degradation and despair Unit tortured Deism U a belief in the oxistonco of r. him duliy. And suddenly, as if bv ticularly ludi irons about it." The words ho will not think of it; he will not let first came, called by the name of God magic, tins has vanished; he seems lb have reminded him of that Christmas himself be terrified all for nothing. as creator of the world: but no belief in party at the Gordons nevt door. Di-"Now, aroyougoin'?" says tho pohimself to have walked fromnmisnniiin t'te acceptauce of Messiah as Son o. day dream to the buoyant consciousness not Ethel Go don a3k him particularly liceman, after a pause. the God or .Savior of . tho world,, or in ., . ClIIHC, .1IIU UIU 1IO UWIUUPU HUT hill- ,, ... ..m , " T.r.-..nKolleston iiiiw iiia back .taiii-- isiu or youm ami hope. wmen are sub oct to lits of heavy and ' lonlv? What a brute he was u treat door and clinjrs to tho sides. "No!" "oiy uno. Jormmg tne 11013 auolcss depression have their com- her like that! If she wero to ask him he shouts. "I don't care what von sav; of Atheism is not omy a betng a God. pensations sometimes in the very vio- again, he thinks he would not say no, 1 don't believo you; they aro all in u,uthe possibility of there an " ual ol llls th.iugh he docs hate parties. mere tliey arc, I tell you they aro lence of the whfoh fnlinu-ein any way wnatovcr. aj wariu nys Ethel is a dear girl, and never seems tinv I the infesting cares, as in uVti"iUiUn 3 ' .. i r..ii t I t In a second he is in the constable's of tho fool when he says in his hoart, poom , "fold their tents, like the Arabs l" " , ,K "im S""u",r nnuing as most "There is no God." s an snam. strong grasp, and being dragged, strugI icrnapsu and as silcntlv steal awav." nn.l ;ti Ml? Kadicnl'sm, which moans tho uproot their retreat comes an exuuisite oxhiln-- ! lh0"h "- - he. caa l . J1" that. 'llF.a gling violently, to the gate, when a soft institu,emoe Mowpaucniiyanii Kinuty voice a woman's intercedes for him. ing (radix) of all ,e ration which more equable dispositions tions and customs of antiquity and re rutT uiti uuinc nun ins aciiMJic-i- iils ill "What is the matter? O, don't can never experience ones, suited Is this so with Kolleston now? II tempjr and tried to drive away his don't be so rough with him, poor crea- modelling them with new g. tho revo to the age of progress r. gloom. ture!" it cries, pitifully. only knows that the cloud has lifted Not every girl as pretty as Ethel is "I'm only exorcism' my duty, mum," lution ofthe laws which have hithorto from his brain, and that in the clear would care" to notice him and persist in says tho ollicer; "he wants to create a beon marks of civilization, oven to the sunshine which bursts upon him ho can confiscation of all property and tho lev- look his sorrows in the face, and that it iu spile of everything; yet he has disturbance 'ero." up OI soeioiy iron tno sulked with hor of late. Was" it because "No!" cries Wilfred, "ho lies! I only there is nothing in them so terrible she had beci kind to Lionel? He" is want to get into my own house, and no cnnl In thii Inivnst. ilmcnuMril. after ah. So ialism nnd communism, It IS trim lh.lt.lin Tc nnt- li.nm. i ,1 ashamed to think that this may have one seems to hear me. You don't think sert that men have a commonwhich asrijzkt to tne r0.a?n;, . is wrong, do you?" anything big city day which he has just It is a lad" who has been pleading for the things of this world, which are to left. How should he be? He is d til ' "?u " alliOTi0ri,?iW; n "-i him. his bo divided among them o jually. Prop-ortami crabbed and uncouth, and knows ' ,rr1' ""V ul captor As ho wrests himself from his becomes a tiling of naught. No ami comas forward sho sees too well that ho is a general obect of t0' l? '" llcrc hT he can dJ to ' 0" . l.,crf es: face and her own grows white and man has a right to more than his noigh dislike; no one there cares to as'oc ato "? ago she asked bor share and share alike to bo enwith him. finil 1,0 mni-n-e attumot tn ?om?timo fur her. (He detests to draw startled, "Wilfred?" ahe exclaims. drawing "Why, you know my namo!" hosavs. joyed equally by tho industrious and overcome their prejudice, bcino- per- s Jtnothing drunken mid the sober, fectly aware that they arc diflereut from lessons, but he has rather a tate for "Then you can tell him it's all right. the indolent, the ton the possessor talents and the posand hating them for it, but hatin drawing thing out of his own head.) Dolknowvou? You speak like is it sessor of ono. of Jura, " He had to'd her. not too civilly, that he Ethel?" hiniPolf, perhaps, the most. Nihilism, which carries forward into "Yes," she says, and her voice is low And though all his evenings are spont had ivok enough without doing drawHe will paint her and trembling, "I am Ethel." action the ido.is of all procoding, aud home, there is little roat even for ings for girls. at as a surprise; he He is silent for an instant: then he swallows up in itself radicalism, sooutl-in- i him thoro; for the work for tho next something and communism, and in order to day must be prepared, and he sits over will bngm as Mon as tea 's cleared ' says siowiy: "ion aro not tno snmo awa.:it will be moro sociable than nothing is the anie: it is all changed realize them, averts it to bo right to it till late, sometimes with desperate changed and oh. my Go I, what am I?" destroy by assassination or murder, in ollbrts to master the difficiiltii. hut reaJ'u a book. Slowly the truth is borne iu upon his socrot or openly, by poison or the dagmore often staring at the paes before ' .v And then already he sea? a vision of . . anelcu room, and him brain, muddled and disordered by long ger, all who stand iu its way all kings his r !or dot; and sit- - excess, and the last shred of the illu- and governors aud rulers. A. 1. Her-a'tinr down to paint. by . lamp-lic-. ' . . for sion which had posseted him drifts All this had been and is enough in . . itself to account for the gloomy state any gut does lor ins kind or coloring away. while his. mother sits opposite and He knows now that his boyhood, with The ItandiirlUnr on tho Wall. into which ho has sunk. But and how could ho have forgotton it? it is over Li mel wa'ches the picture growing un- such possibilities of happiness as it hud der bis hand. ever held, has irone lorevor. Ho has One day last July i went into a law- for the present. What shall he draw? He gets quite been knojkin? at a door which will ' ver's o'lied. I climbed un a llirht of he will not have to sit up struggling with the tasks which will abs irbcd in thinking over this; his own 'open for him never again, and the dusty stairs, turned to tho right, walked run in a gury direction, but per- mother by whose side he had meant to down a hot. dingy passage wav until I only cover him with fmsh disgrace on tluf morrow; for a whole mouth he need il ips Eihel, b?ing a girl, may not cart spend the evening died iong years ago. came to a door and knocked hard. The past, blotted out completely for There was no rosponse. not think of them, nor of tho classes in for ba'tles or desperate duels. .A com Everything which the hand of every one is against promise. . striKes nun; ne win draw..a an uour uy some iroaK 01 ine memory, was too sleepy even to make an echo. with comes ba.'k to him, aud he sees his s him. For the holidays'have begtui; to- pirate snip; that will be So I sail "Come in" to myself, and day has been the lat of the te'rm. Is the black flag living on the mainmast. len, morbid boyhood changing into walked in. It was very warm. Tho there no reason for joy and thankfulness and the pirate Captain on the poop something worse still, until by slow windows were open and the hot air ho became what ho is now dis- came quivering in from the blistering in that? What a fool he has been to lot soo'iring the cvan with a big glass in those black thoughts gain such a hold S2arh of merchantmen; all about tho sipated, degraded, lo-street, and went around the office in deck and rigging ho can put the crew, over him! At lir.t the shock, the awful loneli- sluggish waves warping tho big law Slowly, more as if it had happened a with red caps and belts stuck full of ness he awakes to, and tho shamo of books on the baize covered table. In long time ago instead of quite recently, pistols and daggers. being found thus 'by the woman for the corners of the rojm the cobwebs And on tho right there shall be a bit whom he had felt the only pure lovo ho hung dusty and motionless. A broom the incidents of the morning come back of tho pirate island, with a mast and had known, overwhelmed him utterly. md a battered watering pot stood be- to him, vi id and clear once more morningchapel and the doctor's sermon, another black Hag he knows ho will and he bows his head upon his arms as ' hind the stove, . which. was rod. with rust and afterward the pretense of work and enjoy picking out the skull and cross-b- o he clutches tho railings, and sobs with and stood. on three logs and a cobble tes in thick Chinese tvbitc and then, a grief that is terrible in its abandon- - stone, weary with inaction. A solitary relaxed discipline in the when the results of the examinations if there is room, he will add a cannon, ment. cuspidor, half tilled with tho sawdust of had been read out, with the names of a'ul perhaps a palu tree. A pirate The very policeman is silent and ages, slept behind the coal box, where the boys who had gained prizes, and island always has palm trees. awed by "what he feels to be a scene nobody could get at it. Tho glass He is s full of this projected picture from the tragedy of life, though lie doors of the library hung ajar and the their remove to the form above. He had come out last, of course, but no one of his that ho is quite surprised to find may not be able to describe it to him- bunch of keys, half caught, hung in a expected anything else from him: a that his very near where ho self by any more suitable phase than limp, dissipated way from the lock as laugn nad gone round the desks when lives; but here, just in front of him. .it "a nun start." though they had tried to get in but fell his humble total closed the list, and he th,J cml oi lilQ "arrow lane, is the pub-ha- d "You can go now, policeman," says asleep in the eflbrt. The big Hies buzzen joined in it to show them he didn't lic house with the c )ach and four en tho lady, putting money in his hand. lazily about in tho air, as though they graven ou tne groundglass o the lower "You see I know this -t- his gentleman. had about decided to make onc more care. And then the class had been and there had been friendly part of tho window, and the bottles full Leave him to me; he will give you no cftort to get to tho ceiling, and if they good-byemis-carrangements for walking of colored water ranged above. troublo now." it that time, they would give it And h.Tc is the grccu-grhome in company or for meeting during cr's how And tho constable goes, taking care, up and fall down on the lloor. In a the holidays -- for all but him; ho hatl lougi3 it since it was a barber's? surely however, to keep an eye occasionally very web in a window gone out alone-a- nd the dull blankncss a very little time - and there is the boot- on the corner where this lias taken corner, an old- - fashioned spider, in a had come over him from which he has maker's, with its outside display of place. Ho has not gone long before condition of pitiful destitution, sat by a only just recovered. dangling shoes and the row of" naked Kolleston raises his head with a husky rent in his den, trying to make up his But, for the present at all events, ho gaskets blown to pale blue sparks ami laugh; his manner has changed now; mind to brace up ami get at it and has got rid of it completely; ho i3 whistling red tongues by turns as a he is no longer the boy in thought anil mend it. A slim waisted wasp crawled going home, where at least he is not gut sweeps across them. window expression that he was a short Unio be- about over the old, despised, where ho will find a sanctuThis is his ho.ne. thij dingy, fore, and speaks" as might bo expected frame, looking for raw material for her ary from gibes and iostlinrrs and im red brick house, at all an-l- e wood pulp mill. All the pens on the from his appearance. positions; aud tho longer he thinks of ofthe siuare. w.th a Jsnul!. wero corroded . - .n? "I remember it all now," ho says, green table The ink in the aud split up . ,ch mis me nignor ins spirits risn. nnd ho. space railed m before it H big cut glass "You are Ethel Gordon; of course you the back. steps briskly, with a kind of exaltation, t the old gate with the iron arch are, and you wouldn't have anything stand had dried un in a sun backed, until the people he passes in the street above, where an oil lamp used to han. to do with me and quite right." too crackled mass. Tho lawyer lay back (tUrjiAanLlook;.at,hiiu, struck, by his o- - nnd Imrrius-u- p tj the door with the and then you married my brother in his hip leather chair. His feet 'were yriission. "They can sec how Jollv I'm heavy Georgian porch, mpationt to get Lionel. You see I'm as clear as a bell on tho table. His head hung over the fcding." ho thinks, with a smile." to the warmth andIio-ht?11V llfillf again, now. U(VU up and found back of the chair. His mouth was wide illb rrt qu-- k is j.ne tailing, and the shops ho lum within. me battering at the old door, eh? Do open; his eyes were tight shut. Ills hat passes aro brilliant with lights and The bell has got out of order, for you know, I got the fancy 1 was had rolled under the table. A newsdecorations, but ho docs not stop to only a faint jangle 'comes from below again and coming home to bah, a boy paper hail fallen from his hand. He did what look, at any of them; his mind is busy as he rings; he waits a little and then does all that matter to you? Odd sort not move when I told hiin I had come to with settling how ho shall employ him- - P'"s the handle aain. more sharply of fancy though, wasn't it? Drink is i pay that bill. He snored, gently, self on this the first evening of his lib this time, and still no onc comes, but resolutely, like one to whom always playing me some curbed trick erty-t- he first for so long on which ho When Betty does think proper to now." A pretty fool I must have made snoring and sleeping is not a duty, but could feci his own master. i come up a pleasure. Above the little iron safe aid open th myself!" hn will ..tell . ." keep a teilow of She says nothing, and he thrusts his and above the big green table hunrtwo At tirst he decides to read. Is thoro her it is too bad to""" not some book he had begun and meant stindingo'itherein the fog and cold hands deep in his ragged pockets. framed mottoes. Above the taBle it to finish, so many days" ago now that jiu mis time. CUa ic (nnnnr 2.1 "Hallo! what' s this I've got?' he says, said, in severe letters of forbiddino-black- : he has even forgotten what it was al! last -- no, it was fancy; If as he feels something at the bottom of about, and only remembers that it was Betty had slipped oat it seems as "This is my busy day." for something, onc of them, and bringing out the box exciting? And over tho little iron safo emphatic and pernaps the cook is up stairs, and of soldiers he had bought half an hour And yet, he thinks, be won't read to- his mother may be fire, before ho holds it up with a harsh letters iu chromatic print said: bv nightnot on the very first night of as she has begun todojin" late. the "Time is money." laugh which has the ring of despair in do of the holidays. Quito lately yesterday I hadn't the heart to wake him. I sat Losing ail patience, he oropes for the it. or the day before his mother had knocker, and. "Do you see this?" ho saj-- s to her. down and gave him an hour of improvspoken to him, gently but very seri- to hammer withgropi jne vain, begins "You 11 laugh when I tell you it's a toy ing rejection and credited tnyself with bare fists on the door, ously, about whatlhe called the morose louder and that amount on my bill. Burdclle. T bought iust now for guess whom loader, and undis iplined temper which would rupted by a rough until be is inter- for your dear husband! Must have been bring misery upon him if he did not ings behind him. voice from the rail- pretty bad, mustn't I? Shall I give it An English farmer writes to the set himself earnestly to overcome it. "Now, then, what, are vou up to to you to take to him no? Well, per Agricultural Gazelle that having a fifty, And there were times, hn there, eh?" says haps he has outgrown these things now, acre field of wheat destroyed fiv w when it seemed as if a demon possessed longs to a burlv the voice! which bo so here goc and ho tosses The box worms for several successive years, ho -- n who tvj: hus jxim ami nrove mm to wound even tho,e stopped over the railin g, and it falls with a linally sowed it to mustard. The next p&vomcm. who loved htm and whom ho love- dhe tried "Why." says KollSon a3 the pieces of "ant to shiver of broken glass upon tho Hag- year crop, not wheat, and got an excel times when a oemg found lent Md painted tin rattle out hear me. in him some ll?. spirit sullen F u try wb collld ,lo; stones. yu w i vo ?" cunu.micuon. In some parts of England bees aro "Aud now I'll wish you good evenlie feels softened now somehow, and The policeman comes -- lowlv into the ing," ho says, sweeping off his battered nover sold for money.' They are i has a new longing for tho lovo he has gate. "I changed for fruit, grain, vegetables hat with mock courtesy. , often harshly repulsed. He ' fmelsup-com- e will over- -' "Is there any?fihk She tries to keep him back. "No, and animals, but their owners believo this sulkincsof ha: he will begin pose you movet on Wilfred, no. you must not go like that. that "bad luck" attends persons who this very a3 soon as ho gets A curious kind of did he knows We live here still, 1onel and I, in tho sell their bees for money. hon-he will tell hts mn;ber that he is not what begins to Kr same and she indicates tho sorry, that he does lovo her really, only at this. CP ovfer Wll,na house old house," "he will be homo very j Get some crude petroleum to soak next door; that when these fits como on him h'e j "Move on?" ho erlS"wI'y should I soon. in you (.sue cannot neip a your can nd wagon wheels when tK ,. iuumi .n nl...l.ln II. In auiiuuur .. .t .l. .!... t. til audi il Lues gui 1nr iu;i;.i.iI if nn..:.- - qq ui (luanair iiiu luuugUL Af ....f. liiiiu biiu '"." Mt null, uurv .uo I eor l live her Ia. guest) "'Viii you come m and wait tor water, wnicu manes mem worse every r .. mm ji.--w t Fjxhamt. MYi Rail hu mind, will be quite at j! Jfow, pr . , jime they dry. ? don't Elm?" - The Hickman Courier. Isis?1"-T&JSBtSl r"r"'uaemustf?r:--:f in. GEORGE WAHREN, Publisher. hiraself and wowl his yoaSgerbSSJ&M1- They never . HICKMAN. LOVE-LET7E- R KENTUCKY. il.f. Tranta jou uver un, says tno constable, stolidly. "You'll bring a crowd around in another minuto if you keep on that 'ammcring.1' aMindj-ou- r own business," says tho other, with growing excitement. "That's what I shall have to do if you don'tlook out," is the retort. "Will you move on before I mako you?" But. Isay," protests Kolleston. "I'm not joking; 1 givo you my word I'm not; I do live bore. Why, l'vo just como back from school, and I can't ot ., he says. Throw mvself mto his artm oh'") "HOW doliirfctn.l I'm i..t !, o T :". " wouiil do:, Good When Dead. FARM AM FIRESIDE. seven-year-old A Rich little Girl; Advertising: Cheats!!! "It has become so common to begin an article, in an elegant, interesting style. "Then run it into some advertisement that wo avoid ail such, " And simply call attention to the merit3 of Uop Bitters in as plain, honest terms as possible, " To induce peoplo "To give them onc trial--, which so proves their value that they will never use any-thlnc ", "." 1 1 1 My attention has recently been dt- rectcd to an attempt made by tho press. determine tho author of tho; lo apothegm: "There nro nogood Indians but dead ones." I ask for a small! space In your paper for the purposo of; communicating to the public certain! facts relating to this matter. It is well! known to persons convorsant with tho' history of literature that many of the, anecdotes that now appear and are ini-- j agiued to be facetious are not tlu product of the present generation or witlings, but maybe traced back to thri poriotl known as the "middlo ages.' They have reappeared at longer on Darken the horse and cow stables to keep out the flies. Turnips fed immediately after milking will not tasto tha milk. N. Y. Herald. Bathe the horses' shoulders once a day with cold water; keep thoir collars and feet clean. The omision to furnish fowls witL suitable drinking water is ono of tho worst features of cruelty to animal). been found much more hardy than tho lighter-fleece- d animals, although they came originally from a mild climate. Albany Journal. Breakfast (Jems: One teaspoonful of baking powder mixed with a pint of flour; add to the beaton yelks u( two eggs a pinch of salt, a cup of sweet milk, and a tablo spoonful of melted butter; mix with the flour, and lastly add tho beaten whites of the eggs. well, and bake in gem tins in a ,a quick oven. 'Lte Household. "Why do we salt butter?" To preserve it. Salt draws water from tho buttermilk and takes up tho milk sugar, thus separating the constituents of the buttermilk; it penotrates and converts luv-'-o B-a- t Merinos o j ... . s J " t. u y neatly-drc-se- d j H-i- y ron-h- es bay-windo- -- shorter intervals, slightly altored in; form, but essentially the same. The! description of the Indian in question did not originate with some poetic statesman of our Nation and timo, but has come down to us from tho martyr pcrioljof the Christian church. Previous to the invention of printing, pieturos wore employed for the purpose of communicating ideas, and the witnesses for Christ, who "resisted unto blood," weni represented by headless bodies, tho Fevered heads being held in tho hand. ,ilaced on a table, or laid on the ground )Cside the victim. In the language of hat time, martyrs "were perfected." il'he high estimation in which thev wero. told was expressed by hymns sung av netr tombs, and m somo instances di i .ino honors wore paid to them. Thus the idea of goodness became associated jWith an obtruncated human body, andj represented by it. Until illiteracy bei came the exception, merchants and Mher sorvers of the public used picli s ures exhibited on for the iurpose of soliciting trade. As late asj ho seventeenth century pictures of sign-board- The richest little girl in the world is the daughter of Captain George II. Perkins, of the naTy, who is well known in this city. Sho is worth 000,000 in her own name, tho amount having been left her recently by her grandfather, William F. "Weld, of Boston. Mr. Weld was tho father of tho little girl's mother, and when lie died four heirs, including the child, camo into possession of the bulk of his fortune, 28,000,000, which was divided into four portions. The sum of $20,000 and a valuable rcsidenco in Boston wero bequeathed to Mrs. Perkins, wife of tho Captain, ami $20,000 annually to be used in caring for tho littlo millionaire heiress until sho reaches tho legal ago and claims her millions. Washington Republican. $, papers, else." "The Hemedt eo favorably noticed in all tho Itoligfious and secular, la " lla irjfr a largo sale, and Is supplanting all othor mediciuea. Thero is no denylnjr the virtues of the Hop plant, and tho proprietors of Hop Bitters bavo 6bown great shrewdness and ability "In compounding; n medicino whoso virtues aro so palpable to ovtry one's observation." Did She Die? 'No! away all tho time for years," " Tho doctors doing her no good;" "And at last was cured by this Hop Bitters the papers say so much about." "Indeed I Indeed!" " How thankful wo should bo for that medicine." She lingered and suffered alontr. Dining o s, s; a-- s J i g ai . endless women, with tho Miuerm-iotion-. Good Woman," were common in England, France, Italy. Germany and jither countries. This' form of advertisement was chietly, but not exclusively, used by the oil merchants, ami this fact connects it with the parable of tho wise and foolish virgins. It was an admonition to the wise women to provide oil for their lamps. women was much more severo during tho lastthroe centuriui than it is at present, and these signs wore inscribed with somo very ungnllant verses. Here aro a couple of specimens translated from tho Gorman. It is apparent thnt they wore intended to 'Tho Kidi-culi- ng Han-rinsro- . . 1 l Kuitbfull Iiortrnyed from the life, Nothing I wanting- but her bend. Heug that turns about with the wind. i toe neiui nmi ihvmi left She never would huve lten good In all her life. explain the picture "of the decapitated woman under which they are written: lien you may find a rood woman. hr .... - I ' ... Women are a plague to men. And though young "spoons" nre fond of them. As moh hs their Arc Is quenched, Tliey wish Iwr head ivaa oil. I rea-tio- asot jii-i!- " I I i " time-honore- d j j j ms-ii- u - s.-ho- , i T .Tm! -- I y j ' U3,-',he- - t to-nig- d. ht V T 1 To-nig- ! ta-de- s . ..... lirst-ra'- e. du-grc- cs t. . class-room- s, ..'. thes-juar- d, s, o ed time-eate- n ed ... - w- P-- ! J I t T (1 Soj-oucaui- c . reg-ula- rl , : .tI ,ir I i StJ. i J& k S? - wire-wor- m ; ! f m ,,T ,'.' .... ii. ZLSl Juuii Another phao of tho .nme notion is found iu the history of caricature. A decapitated picture of a man holds the Farm. his head in his hand, with "The HonRenowor" reest Lnwyer" written above him. The It is one thing to successfully contend Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Dyspepsia,$l. cures transition from these historic facts to with Uie weeds in the garden and quite stores health nnd vigor, the ajKithegm, "There are uo good In- .another to overcome them among tho Tiie placo to seo tho whirled is In a ball dians but dead ouo-i,is obviously crops on the farm. The latter opora-Uo- n room. easy. No one can now re piiros more extensive and systea Glenn's Sulphur Soap claim to the authorship of Uie latter exmatic effort, and the use of various ap- Renders a lady's skin white and soft. Pike's pression without first his igno- pliances that cannot be successfully toothache drops cure in one minuto. rance of familiar historic facts. tUt-burq- employed in the small compass of a s make popular campaign muDisjHilch. garden. In such case very much will sic to train by. depond, of course, upon the previous " Au Eujpllan Battalion in 100 B. C. condition and mode of cultivation of Quick, comploto cure, all .the soil. Each year of neglect and in- nnneying Kidney and Urinary Diseases, $1. The formation of the batUlion for attention will givo the weeds a secure The liveliest girl this summer is Polly hold upon tho land and make their subcombat was as follows: dual muck more difficult. The question Ticks. Oil City IferricA. The one hundred captains formed the f having more "Hough on Commit," 15c., at Dnifrgists. front rank of the battalion, ami each pend to a great or less weeds will dedegree upon the care euro Coughs Hoarseness, Sore Throat. captain had his one hundred men in file exercised (luring tho previous autumn behind him, a corporal at the head of A tie game Getting married. Loieell each nine mon. The chief of each in cutting down and destroying the Courier. plants before they have gone" to seed. thousand men was in front of the center Beware of his two compnuius. while the colonel 'It will depend, also, to a great etont sumption. of tho incipient stages of Conupon the kind of fortiliers that are Take Piso's Curo in time. commanding the grand battalion was Hied and tho way the ground has been in front of its couter. plowed. Fresh compost from tho barnTHE GREAT GERMAN The lcadors wore not mounted yard is a prolific source of the lUaiasHiswj REMEDY ou horseback, but were mounted pest, and the immediate results of its JifLoaEa2trJ! iu two wheeled chariots, drawn, use are more harmful than bene trial. usually, by two horses. In the A field that has been poorly plowed, chariots were carried a supply of the sod but half turned uiider, will . IMSS! E- licres and euro H!iMi of javelins and arrows for tho use of the ,causo a great amount of labor. Even RHEU2L1TIS3I, chiof. who usually had iu the chariot where no od has been formed it is a Neuralgia, with him asoldior, who hold a buckler matter of importance that the surface to cover him from tho arrows of tho SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, .should be thoroughly broken up. Some while he dealt about him with his weeds aro killed by being uoverod dc-p- l KACKACIiE, bows and spears. in this way, and others liavc thoir roots ncadache, Tootlmclie, 'Bt'.ittW? " In the early davs and down to the exposed and aro easily dragged out and SORE THROAT, timo of Sesostris, tho officers and nonkilled by after cultivation. The increasQUIXSr, SWELUXGS, commissioned officers carried bucklers ing use of improved farm implements 8PKAIXS, (1) and swords, while tho private soldiers is a great saving of labor in this direcSoreness, CuU,JlraIsts, of infantry carried each a buckler and tion. rROSTBITES, a battle-ax- . Sometimes the battlo-aIn many parts of the country, and esmnurs, scviois, was accompanied by, and sometimes pecially in the Wustern States, the hand And all other bodily aches and pains. replaced b a spear. hoe is very little used for eradicating FIFTY RENTS A SOTTLE. It is easy to see that Moses drow from weeds in tho field. Corn and potatoes Sold bj- all Dmcrists ad tho military organisation of Egypt that are generally hoed close up to the growDealers. Blrccuons la 11 which he adopted for tho Israelites.and ing plants after the cultivator has been languages. The Charles X. Togelcr Co. later on the Greeks their formations. run tnrougn ine urst time, ami auer IBWUOT U JL T00ZU2 A CO.) Both these nations took their first lesions that the stirring of the soil is nearly all t4m 3- EaltJnore.Ki.U.B.A. in civilization nnd organization from xlone by hor-- e power. It may not in bo done as smoothly and nea'lv Egypt. (general HRILLSNO In tho earliest monuments and rec- in this manner as by hand, but what it ords of the Egyptian army there is no lacks in those respects is more than A Told brn 3Ierchant In Troy, X. TC.A. sign of the existence of the horse as a (Compensated by the frequency and Surctcnl Operation Avoided Hot' Fathmilitary animal, while in the monu- .thoroughness with which it may be done er, "Vlf and Dauzhtor JUcapcd an Ait Tul Doom. ments of the eighteenth d nasty the with a horse and machine. Hand hoeOf thehmrire's e is everywhe o "indicated. ing is apt to be slightingly and super- "Toncht by OK. of accounts of remarkable cores KEXXKDVS FAYOIMTJJ e It is probable that the was ficially done. The surface is stirred JtratKUy, none have appeared so pure! first introduced by the shepherd king-"over and smoothed and made to preas the following: The persons mentioned are who came in from Syria about 1,160 sent a lino appearance, but the grass among the most highly respected In the city of Troy, told by years ago. It is certain that the horse and weeds are only checked a little, and andtneitoryai readers. tho father will prove InterEd. esting to all oar formed an important agent in the mili- after a few days and with a shower of Tbot,.Y. resu'mo their growth again, .Dr. KtnntdYfJtondout. A. T.: tary establishment of Egypt, under tho .rain they Dear Sir: Mr dancbterwas aQlcted with a 'cvere legitimate kings of tho country, 1,700 with more vigor than before. If hand growth of Fungus. Toremoreltwe had resorted to mon promiand consulted almoct erery years before the Christian era, "and the hoeing is depended on as a method of nent surgeonsremedyphysicians. Dr. the. of Troy, said and be necessary, but Jack of monuments erected during the cultivation, the large fields are quite that a surgical operation would Some of fearing tstM resulu I hesitated. the physifive hundred years of struggle betweeu sure to suffer, for it is a matter of much cians claimed that Ilwi caused by one thing nnd to go through a largo some by another. The Fungus was prominent ami the shepherd kings and the Thebans time and expense dlBflgured hT loots. HsTlnirhcanlof Dr. Kennedy's FAVOltlTKKEMEOa working so thoroughly explains easily the lack of record on crop in this way. Two or three times on the blood I determined to try It. to ce If this medthis subject. Sesostris had at one time during the season is as much as the best icine could do what doctors had failed to do and surgeons undertake. I dared twenty thousand war chariots in line, armor? cau afford, but this too often truth had hardlyresult oftothis trial was thecan ray in complete that the Sfotie. in leaves the crop in the possession of its cure of rar dangri'rr of tbl drradful malady. Di. tlrawn by horses. General ItEMKI) V of the Kennedy's FA VOtftlTE ele. for other alone effect'Journal Military Service Institution oj enemies during the latter part th'ngs had ed It. we used nothing My daughter completely year. The belter and more economical ous health, failed. Farorlte lJcmedy aloneenjoys vigorthe Cuited States. Is the credit and to My wife also err way is to use the cultivator with every due UverdUficulty was Inwhich poor health, due to some she had suffered a crop that will admit of its use. and that long time nnUl she with Snake Slorj. became very much reduced In A Pretty Fair trial Many of the best farmers flesh, a jn of Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy has frequently. tne complete of One day last week a littlo girl, whose in the West keep a cultivator or ho o resulted had not enjved restoration She her health, which she for years. had gained strength, ard thus secured name slipped the correspondent's hoo running through their corn and In flesh andBCK KVriUr.I.Y TO perfccthealth, and una u I)l. REMEDY. Aatormy usually retentive memory, was chased potato fields from the time the plants self. rnpnucd In and nearly a mile. first appear until tho leaves or stalks business, which makes Itthe groceryfor meccinmlssloa necessary In a monster to test tho ouallly of ditzerent articles, like butter, e'e my senso .lusLa.s.itojiicd Hint it was about to have so spread over tho ground as to dT tane and my stomach were seriously Injured. strike her, she dodged behind a largo make further cultivation unnecessary. pepsia Inseemed to nauseate me, and icirful of dysIts most severe form. tried IK. apple tree. Tho rapidly whirling snake In this way the soil is stirred up thorPAYOKITE ICE3ICDY. Tho flrst Immediate relief, and from turned to follow, and struck the tree oughly and eTectively, and the whole bottle affordedsaythat Favorite Remedy has that day I can such force as lo drive the horn surface between the rows is gone over, to thisperfect health. Theno are facts which restored with me to I claim Dr. Kennedy's Favorite the spike into the hard wood over two instead of only that immediately round provetbat la the world for those Remedy Iswith best medicine the afllcted above Inches. The child was so frightened the plants themselves, as is the case doubts dlffleuhlta. if any one In tho cltyiof Troj down, her heart thump-in"- - with hand hoeing. There is no doubt me and the truthof these statements let him come tc that she sank l will prove them. I have recommended Fa and as though it would burst out of her but that excessive iiauu iiociug iimcs Yorite Remedy to hundreds etc- - with the same coo results. Yours, bo'ily. One of her brothers who had TVILLIAJI ome crops more harm than good. Corner Canal and Mount Streets, Troy, N. Y. seen her fiying down the hill, went to Potatoes arc disturbed too much, and was the matter. When he billed up higher than thoy should be igSjsfirvT - Pfji. XTTTI3 av: rvv see what rr,ncho the tree, it was flunking like an for a good yield. Where the soil is ELASTIC TRUSS Has a Tad different from all oth aspen, and its leaves and fruit falling heaped up around their stems tho potaA 4f9SS93BSSSl"t' ' en. Is cup shape, with Self Ad ,to tho ground in a. porfect sljowcr, the toes arc smaller, and later in maturing. jiiUDg iulu in center, aanpu to nil positions of the body, prostrate girl being almost ounoii The best implements now in use for d vrrRuss while the ball la the cup presses back: the Intestines lust aa n As soon as he got her cultivating growing crops aro designed them. finger rsrson doee L.. the held securely rescued to consciousness he took a to throw all the earth towards and With n. t radical cureTIemla la It Is with the day and eight, anda easr. durahfe and certain. rail and killed the venomous around the plants that is necessary. fene TRUSS CO., 69 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. monster, which was eleven feet two AT. Y. Observer. a half inches in length and eight and Kevaecination. The horn inches in circumference. point on the tail was six and a half mTu. S3 b2$LwRP- - aii agitators are very Tastes good. M RS TTi?tllS-rruP- inches long, and so deeply imbedded fond f pointing to the circumstance's in the very Tiard wood that it could not that many persons who have been apextricate itself. This all happened near parently successfully vaccinated in Stale. South Mountain, childhood aro in after years attacker "THE BEST IS OHEAPEST." with small-poThis is perfectly true iKim THRF9HPRQ sawmills. Litchfield Cathedral. and statistics are available which shof-Uia-t in the years between 1871 and 188 of tho Litchfield The west front has been entirely restored at nearly 18.00) such cases were treated Cathedral ThebuildinrrsnTeretl m the London hospitals. But the pop nt a nri'MUree that ft GENTS junto uugirtui) totio much during the end wars, and was ular agitator abstains from pointing HTH-,.Uro? ?.?. " so, ;cni1 for our IUnstrated of ninety me run-iAwn,'l.I"l!.pl0 want icsecrated and uesponeu oy imperfectlyt out that in suilcrersper cent,above these - Address CTlBi.,14r'0.ri,5fi;'ex- WAKEreliable. cases the were te - was snbseoucntlv CO., Willis. Ntrtct, JJOSTUX. Mn.V. restored with Koman cement, and now years of age. These figures prove, in .. ' . ?...a nfratti conn in .to fact, what has been long ago acknowlhoarU Tor 3 live Tonne i." " n for tiie urai .muu o WJMeBO"l.at.i a.,,d chcua at Tho statues in the edged, that vaccination does not atl'ord .::.,.,! lfl l"" the number of upwards of permanent protection. When a child oichs. to reaches adult age, revaccinntiou should 100, have bccnrepia;cu, incomiuoouis. ZIEOLEE 4 CO.. rhiladelpila, la. .. oa nrwsible. boiiif hospitals, Address P. reuroduced. take pla?e. In oursmall-poIncluded in the number will be one of the nurses and at endants enjo) comftMFffiP plete immunity from infection by iig. j. w jnES8wii, wiecoaBia, her Majesty, witn me maturesJ".carveu taking cre to adopt this, proca u;ion. oytho Princess Loul?e, A", LMEtaiH0-1-- : B" per Portraits, s'e' by mall. BLA! CiamSfr,?' Journv. Advertiser, U 131 " h Car-toos- The Record of tho Talrs. The superiority of "Wells, Richardson & Ca's Improved Butter Color over ail others made, Is again ilomonstrated by its record at tho Autumnal Fairs. Tho test of practical use is what tells the story, nnd the great value of tho premiums givon by tho Agricultural Fairs, lies in tho fact, that tho juilgoa in these cases are regular farmers, who know what their needs aro n and what will supply t'jem. Wells, & into brine what remains, and thus pre- which haj Co.'a Improved Butter Color, taken at all fairs vents rancidity and decomposition. It where exL.Lited, first premium nvegetnblo up in is tho flavor to many, while oil so prepnred that putcan not become ran-ciimproves it others prefer the fresh product. Boston a most important property, tho lackc f which is fatal to so many of tho Butter-ColoGlobe. offered for sale. It does not color Cucumbers intonded for pickling butter-milir impart' a brightnatural purposes need not bo planted till July, tho rhich is unattamedbymnnyothors; color, 't'he land for them should bo such as and being the strongest is tho cheapest Sias been well cultivated the year Color in tho market. and tho manure should be fine A kvknue officer entered tho store of a and well rottod. In order to guard advertised and merclant against the attacks of birds and inserts rested him who never kopt a still houss.arbecause ha Pin G.XC03S of seed should bo used, Chicago Tribune. out the extra plants after they are up. Tributv. Etdia. E. PiNKnAM's Vegetable Comvaluable For the filling of an orange short- pound is a most who may uiodicino for . bo all cake, tako two largo oranges, peel 'ladies of formagesdisenso peculiar afflicted any of them, chop them fine, remove the seeds, fwi:h Her remedies nro put up not to their only in sex. add half of a peeled lemon, and ono liquid forms but also in i'ills and Tozonges aro securely sunt cup of sugar. Spread between the la which forms thoy layers of short-cakwhile it is hot through tho mails. This may be used for layer-eak- o filling also, but in that case "add the It Is a singular contradiction that when visits you he stays to hum. white of one egg. X. Y. Pot'.. the mosquitoBulletin. Commercial Uses for Eggs: For burnsand scalds, nothing is more soothing than the white " Rough on Corns." 15c Askforit. Comof an egg. which may be pourml ovor plete cure,hard or soft cocns,warts,bunions- the wound. The egg is considered one Frvn couples nccepted Mrs. Jones cards of the best remedies for dj'suntory. for hor hop, nnd the papar saidtbero was a '.Benton up slightly with or witli-'o- good sugar and swallowod at a gulp, it tends by its emoliont qualities, "I used Swift's Specific on my little to looseu tho inflammation of the stom- daughter, who was afflicted with somo had resisted all Blood Poison ach and intestines, and by forming a of treatment. which Specific relieved sorts Too hor transient coating on those "organs to"n-Abl- o permanently, and I shall use it in my V.r. E. BKONTE, IL D., nature to resume her healthy sway practice." Cypress Itidge, Ark. over a diseased body. Two or" three would be all that is required in ordinary Is IT better to havo something constantcases, and since tho egg is not merely inind, or havo tho mind constanta medicine, but food as well, the ly on tho ly on something? 'lighter Uie diet otherwise, and tho more " Mother Swan's TVorra Syrup," for miot the patient is kept, the more cer2c tain and rapid tho recovery. Troy . Times. not a fortun? When IThes is a fortune It is a mast (nmassed). Harper's Bazar. Weeds on Itich-ardsoJ, rs k; pro-(viou- A Daughter's Misery. rheumatic troublo aud Xcrvotts debility, " Under tho caro of tho best physicians, "Whogavo her discaso various names, - a bed of misery, "From a complication of kidney, liver, "Eleven years our daughter suffered on Is restored to us in good health by as simple a remedy as Hop Bitters, that sho had shunned for years before "But no "And now sho relief, s, using it" Tiie Parents. Father is Getting WelL "My daughters say: "How much better father Is sinca ho used Hop Bittere." " Ho is Kott'mg well after his long suffering from a dlseaso declared Incurable." thin-nin- g Chi-ag- " And we are to glad that ho used your Bitters." A Lady of Vtica, N. Y. re""Nono penuino without a bunch of irreeu Hops on the white label. poihun nil tho sonous stutt with "Hon" or "Hops" vllo In their name. e m well-beat- en Health ut won given up iy u vest aoctors in Iwrrr.iierinAU W. Dcveraur. ifcehanic. Ionia, Mich. Are your Kidnevsfrom my grave, as It disordered? "Kidney Wort brought mo "XldneV Wort rami iim, f mm n.rvooa weakne. I src.atiri was not expected toUTe." Xn. M. JL. li. ! "Klunev it ort cared when tnr water was lost I I blood." Frank Wilson, Peabody, Haas.! CAm andjjappiness. & M? (TBOUF t DO AS OTHERS hive niw. Aro your nerves weak? -- uooawui, uu cArutian xaniior ucreiana.u. Havo you Bright' me lita chalk and then like Disease?! ! I barn "Kidav.Wort i the mte ever used. Give almost lmmeutato rWter.' AT. rnilllp c. llallcu, Slunkton, V t. Suf ferine from Diabetes? Complaint? Have t you Liverchronic Liver Diseases cured mo of "KMnrr-Wor- i pfayei aitcr i Henry to aie." umo "Kidnev-Wort-- 1 Ward, lato CoL CJ.hSat. Guard, X. X. . Is your Back lame andvhen I wasso achinc? bottle! cured ma i caa rt I to rou out at beu." V. AL. Tallraace, -- mwauKce, vris. I I I "KWney-Womads me soundln liver and kidneys It worth after years of uiuoocesjtnl doctoring-Sttabox." Som'l Uodses, Wiilianutown, Vest Vu. Havo vou Kidnev Disease? j "mdncv-Wo- n causes easv evacuations and cured rae after IS yoara u of other wdcne.', eucn aircima, cw Aioanj, u Are you Constiimted? you Havohas dono Malaria?any better than rt I I i 1 Bachu-naiba.- " TOdneT-V'o- remedy usrd I havo everDr. It. In my proctien." Eero, Vs. K. dart. South other I I I Com-ple- to "KMney-Wohas done me inoro good tian any I navo ever ian." oiaer remecy i11x3. 3. T. Iralloway, LUc Hat, Oregon. aI rt Aro vou Bilious? i J piles. Are you tormented with iPiles? vrmxmmuu currn mo ihwuujk -j- iiunev-itorx UvO. Dr.w C. KlSco recommended It to me." u. uors:, la&mer u. lani, jytnw. ", a. ii dn y Wort cured me. after 1 was civon up to die by phrsiciarw and I hi 1 suffered thirty years. Ubriai,o Maicotu, West liatii, Maine. ii:t;uuA. ,.vmu.l. l-. iu, ui JseTeralyeaxastMV'iii.-ini Many friends use and praUe 2lC" lira. IL Lamorcaux. Isle La Alott. Vt. Are you Rheumatism racked? Ladios, aro you suffering? ji..t,.- ... wi-c- ' MA n If you "would Banish Disease and gam neaita, Taico 1 The Blood Cleanser. sT "' "J"-- " uusssaa on-em- y. "HntHTTFfTL;V'aii'i FAPILLON HAY FEVER. x - ST6BY. war-hors- war-hors- , Fever Association of Xew England, havo used Paplllon Catarrh Cure with remarkable results. We have numerous testimonial testifying to Its efficacy. Its curative powers are so positive, and the effect of its use eo pleasing; that when once used. It is ever used. Unlike every other Hat Fevzb Rexedt. It Is not a temporary reUcf, but a permanent cure Xo change of climate Is neces'iry where this remedy is used. It stop the snuCles, tho tnccztng and the watery eyes. It permits breathlss through the nostrils and cures the Inflammation. Any one wishing positive evidence from the many who havo and aro recommending this remedy, caa procure a list of testimonials by sending us their address by postal card. A prominent reporter on tho stair of the Chicago "Tribune" says: Taptllon Catarrh Care has saved ma hundreds of dollars la expenses, and months of time." Mr. J. C. Emmons, Attorney, Slacomb. IU, says: "I have bad more relief from ono dose of PapUlon Catarrh Cure than from all other Hay Fkvkb Kexxdim I ever tried; It cured me at once. I traveled among rag weeds during hay fever time, without a recur rence." It Is not a new remedy; It has been In use fornearly ten years, and never falls to cure CaTaCbji. Kosb Cold and Hat FEvrK. Cseltby Insufflation or with aa atomiier, or any other way that will reach the seat of the disease; It cures by healing the Inflamed the nostrils, which Is the cause of the disease. for tale by all drnggMs. Many members of the Hay mem-braaci- $1,000 who will find a l paid WILL Mercury.to any oneIodine, Arsenic, partleli or any: I'otaah, poisonous substance In , , , y Swifts Specific $ I have cured Blood Taint by the use of Swift's cury and Potash trcatnvnt. " F A. TOOMEIt, M. D., rcrry, Ga. Swift's Spedne has cured mo of Scrofula of 11 years standing. Had (tores as large as my hand, and every one thoucht I was doomed. Swift's Speciae rurrd me after physicians and all other medicine had It. L. HIOll, Lonoke. Ark. falkd." Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applicants. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawers, Atlanta. Ga. X T OfSce. 13 W 2MSt.. bt. 6th and 7th Aves. Pn.idc:phia ofilcc, 1305 Chestnut St. Epccltlc after I bad most sUnally failed with the Mep " r hoop-snak- e 1 KEX-XKDV- 'S mmsm Tiirer. 'AftClilTQ FjlaM shed. HT2; Incorporaied. Ic(a FortheCureof Cniicert, Vlcera, Serofiilis irkniv nitiini. wlihont the cseof knlfeorLossor Blood, and little pa:n. For xxrosxATiox, circvlaks axd sari!BEcis, addresa SB. r. I-- POXD, Aurora. Kans Co.. III. Wanted . . -- ue-nca- th f AUCniO Lives of Blaine and r J.CLRUtvath. LL. l- B x i historian. Send se Pthe forctiiplete Agents' Outfit. O aer cU. KiraKSTjf';rrtoAgen,s. dJfE JIKOS. fe CO., l'abllshers, Cixci.nsati. Chicaoo. St. Loch. to sell the P9 (i ISHPlKinn. emit d L sit t-- Anti-vaccinati- lsmga1itiftea Ite; a" sT PliFS '- an infalUble cure for I'llea. Price bl from druggUt. or sent prepaid by mail. Kimplea - Makers. BoxStl. aewXoilc. "Ananes!snf,!dfl!. x. Pro. V3VI IiOG-AN- . Enzravlnea. wt:U Steel and everrje Outfit oniyfOcts. BoofeselU a eomplete Gazcopies will give as etteer of the V. S. I'EOPLE-- 8 PUB. CO Chicago Wholesale and'retsn. Scad for prlee-Bs- C It W J Ooods eent C. O. D Wigs made to order. BTflln K. BORKHAII. 71 Bute Street. Otteaao. T?TrAT?fR f usery ustrated 11 fori W tFor in EDUCATIONAL. -- t address COLLFOE OF LAW, ITSI05Term will begin Scptem r.tM Vnrrfreal&r i U Fall BOOTH, Chicago. IU. TTT B TMfl hi.i-itv- -- .." i EiBJ takeo-Ue- ts aad TELEOEAPirT, er SH0RT-KANLnUhed. Address VAUumyEBcoa..JaneavlUe.WU. BUiNESNQLOg&N YALE LAW SGHOOLiioimuSi. 5:pt-mh- x J. Fall term commenecs Com-wrci- ol ajaj. OPIUM HA< Tf ale College, '"th.For circa Ui Coaa. .Nw Uvn, A. N. K.-- K, 087 wnnt wurrixo tit 4til(JaWl ( fe a irr.HTERi uleuaraarywu attlT -- "; 1 J -- "f 2 M-- , vtezl gittBTiJT "Tr if ifisaflr n KW7I - LOCAL NEWS. . lato mi us. Yon can Election 1 th of August. Much wheat damaged by the FL'ltM-TUKEa- CO avc So per cent in price, am .percent in quality by buying t . RT.GAUDNKR'9. II. J. Atwood gives a daiico on court house hill next Tuesday night; Sure curs for C OHN", Ilcnson Magic Corn Sal re, 25c, at FOltTUrf E"S l)ILUG STORE Did yon ever know of a duller county election. It ia seldom mentioned. GuoVnulCcd. Lavnrre'w sure cure for Niu nlyia, ho. rrire 7oc er Lottie, samples free, tin cure no pay, at FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. --T- ho commences at Dyersburg, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1SS4. next Dyer County Fair II. F. Fethe, member of tho Fulton County Republican Committee, refuses to support Blaine A Sew KunV'i'- - Menthol, f,the Japanese Ileadaobe and Neuralgia cure " l'rie 2rc. at FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE- - Instances luncheon recoid-'crecently where several persons burst a blood 'hsc! vhilc dancing". '-- d - - A Mr. Jno. Richardnon, Mayor tof Columbuo, was in IJickintui, , Tuesday-- investigating as improvements. Vo rivor 4 &&:" Ltist Friday i'r,it, ". i e s) Silt. ltAi utstio ms c$e -,AMM.mMi MB t j; TnJ man entered tho grocery store of of.'. ppcnl te the Scene in a One Store totvrs. Mr. A. P. Creodlc, Fulton, and fice in this city. Enter Coroner: asked for ft Chew of tobacco. Mr. As the election is drawiui: near Cortmor "Clin you tell me any-tu.n- ;; in-Croedle turned to get it, and tholatMlI think ono of t1o n your negro struek him a terrible Mow portaut (juctttioiis is bdurc tie 'o;ulPabout tliat accident on with a club, felling him to the people tliat lias been frii.c-- it was "What floor, and then jumping on him a county that is, the ioad queswith a knife, inflicted a eeerc tion I ask the voter to be dehb- "Why, the accident on your vound on tho head. Tho kcouii- - orato ami unprejudiced and ask road, where a number of people , drol then robbed the cash draworluwsclf if we need pood d,rtro;1(l, ,,.., bcc-U1, d d &c, an d made his escape. Atlaet!1" t,,e county. 1 Hunk e havi- :.l!nrel." nceounts air. Urceuic was recov the oM system. Jt has pro ed to , ering. Wen tlmt iff j wftg gent P.- S.- A iirrn mjin. ......... Tvinck. UCiU.-imuf- . Al:im nuw ...-Fnr nn saasLtassruiaa. ..r lumia milfoil .v..,,).. .. 1 vaa aa ' was arrested, charged with haviuirRit the old road law and sec it" it up. fnwBts date till tho M of Septemlier, we v,ill sell the remainder of committed this assault, and the Is just and right. Here isabw r i. i, ;,,ii 0 "TIiam d nxi.:.. aumm,T regardless evidence, against was such sir to Hot compels a pot tioa of our poo- Nhat I know of. Who are ytjnf ' w ' K ,,an,,Sit Stock Mi lines ofoi its value. Summer GomK a!J classes of warraut tile court in holding him andas tHt All te:on i rapidly approach in tr, thse Goods must be sold, over. He ia now in tho county ijoaut . l hoy can work t hat clacn ' ' ud w make tfeom (or our (ftro days in every week m til tho jail. Ahi thnt mntftn a l aro m good otder. Now ji,nrl,t VAn -- M The ovidenco against Adam L n.,.i f iung on tuo CNaimuiug trial wag adE vonnolf ks it honest and right uewspaper man. Yea, and- -"' ism pretty strong, Mr. Croclle'a son &nt this class should do this ork thou tll ri. i.a.1 iiont any compensatioi:. Jk iiAai UUIIIIIIW HIII1III . positively identifying him as the k:..' :.i .CaA 1IJE re a public work m the wor.d gives tho full narticulars. lU'fllinilk. man who assaulted his father, and at. and the riipituy, aMarti, un'on e will hll thc Goods will make them mow men hae to do without com- - Coroner is Mr. Creedlo, himself, swearing that tk.irou- - f securing some ol these Barguns should sent to the scene of Die call early fefavoiu being dUippointed. ho believed him to be the man. flonsationr isa not. Here is a wreck. Bnfialo E.vprosa. John Milligan is belioved to befrW compelling the men under 50 ut his partner, and is held for falfle Ipars of ago aud the bos of tho fcKautry. swearing in this cane. A third untv to do it without pa v. Just Charlie T. mm of J. . md Mattie K 4f negro, w ho is believed to bo in the ftink of it and ste how unjust it Green, died Jury 14, 1884, efed 11 months romueli-cyf- l and 4 days. We aro Iloro is tho ovei'-ee- r affair escaped. Therc men con- i ly nlnughttring Suits of seasonable goods, ean be had al-to hold that position for two The world will read and forget, for it n most at fessed their guilt at lirst, and afrwcr own price. We are terwards took it back, and pleud vjears, and liable to bo indicted ooiaiBgout aoaoe out the parenu will nnined to make a uuu nnctt tor neglect of the road. ,,0l lorget Their hearts were bound cloae- not guilty. aroicuoa, ana lasK want aoes he get tor hi - i iv miiui kccouni 01 lie parents ean. utey ohIt m lorinff liat A Startllnct Ilacovcry. Vntu:,. :.. tuu . .4.m iuimiig in .1... ww.i vL,:a "., l,,V(Jj onr there m eonmlation fer yon. W-Mr. Win. Jolineou, of Iluroo, . . t t Biiia a wi.ii.. nun t "' ur babr i at rest " Yea. e'orioas rettt thM his wife hd been troobtod kh lift flfVAC wlint tlo li.' ofiin i.'lk.' liim Titat precioos iittle baby will suffer no of our eiiHn stock, and nothing will be spared from tho genTal butch-tak- e " -Iacute UrcmchitiR for many years, ! t iu uo, 110 gets me ni viii 01 n. s luore. lie can't conie back lo vou. but Ton ry. VWM .111 remedies no permanent I irieu eaxe our words for it but come and see for vourlves. and can ko to bim : and when tou ahall reach net, uuttl he procured a. buttle of Dr. XI neighbors and a enrao wvtd. , CaVfcc bargains before it is too late. , .ew DiscoTcrr for ConsoniAioR.- - Com Jsk bound to have roads or quit "Hiig wo wwnu HI TOH. 'slid Colds, whidi had magical effVct making produce to carry to marK.8.F. i)roduce a permanent care. It heun ket. lU'io it ia July. Go over July 22, 1884. teed to cure nil UUctteex of Tfcroat, Lmjpr, LEADERS IN' LATE STYLES, AND MAKERS OF LOW PRICESyour co'intv and look at the roads or uroiicniai rubes. I-lf. m itrpjmt iMnraaCT "gKtMnni inex3.aBi5P3anuaBaai isuirror- .. -' -- train-dispatch- ,t - G BAND Ek l IjfrESi gga &p sfesi fe e Train-dispatch- er acci-uer.t- P n - ...,--..- .. ., -- i ..... .... - - i ,:. V1' N ? T y :&& &USUfit nn?Mim & &wmU k - ii-..- M., W GOODS, t, 1884, wo will from 'July 1st, make a Owing to our expected removal from our present location, September i i -- V TJ 1 &Q?1I! ss J: in the price ofift" QMr line of good-,- , and especially will t Jcr our Clothing at pritXf never before ofleicd in Hickman. We haw 4lte an extensive stock, ail t0$ave expense of moving, will offer hpecu'. induct ment:. Therefore, ytlu(iH find it to your interest to call and see goods were be uglk,for the lowest cash prices and will behold at very close figures. We yand will cut under any prices of any conMCtition Do not take our ymj&r it, but come and see for yourself." -ur T1 "NT 5 1 1 1 . f 1 ' CLEAN i i - -.-..- .- - -"-- I f fsa LUT BEOS. & GO.- - W-ac- e "iwwKm iwt&gwm - m a couutv where thov are work Itevi Plain's ailvrHf ment. ed by taxation. Yon can xnako A lady ac.jiiainuuice, ony 19 out to gi-- t about with the load in Barbecues and picnic are tho rage, and tvB a consequence the herself, requests us to serve mo the former comity and hard work lice through tho Coukiku on the at that. The idea of having no doctois will coon havo a "picnic llbkman ladieri, that she abom- roads that on can get about on giving medicines, &e. inates the. custom of l.uliea kuisiug wii! safety on horseback I say is Goo. W. Bain, tho great o each other every time they moet a shamo and a disgrace to tho lecturer, is now m tho that tho fufltom should al ieaat county. Agooddiit road is ovc-r- v Eastern Stntas, and will return to be limited to erj dear friend?, body's road: it belongs to tho Kentucky in September. and thstt when carried beyond Ui whole people of the county. Kow who is the most benefitted T. I' Fortune glvtw Iiirt iwoosl atten- limit that it amount a to hypocrisj , tion .nulling .ill prtciiptiMM ixtrunUxl to and she tiiinka a majority of the hy ha-- Ing g od ondd T I think it Litt iJ.tig Mottt. best tadioH condemn the custom, is a plain and ca questioh to and only submit to it for fear of it in the wt alt It of the counBorne men about Hickman arc offending. ty that is the mo benefitted. I lhingforn mighty little thing say now let the wealth help to themselves. Thin is not intcuded An Knit to Itone Kornpln'T. fkeep up the roads of tho comity. for j on (but your neighbor!) Klwanl Shepherd, of Uarriabnrg, 111.' xou can't make a law that Buita riys.-- "Hayinf- - receired m andi kenefit -A new comet was discovered from Electric Bittern. I fetl it mr ewtr to everybody. 1 aay of the two evils Oil t!in lfitll iimtrmf Iiv Pmf V. I." ltttift;rinr linmnnliv V.-- , U Umm h.t take tho lesser. We are Ig forelgat yearn; bound to hae a change iu the liarnard, of Xashvilio, Tonn. It ""ang w on " seems to bo coining towards the ' X? umn , ' roul law, and it will come in some j or l woow ., wc Knwn i.,..ieeniinweu. i wt,ni or other. Tho time has i ;n... . ui ii incnmi, l iiw im.il' ihsh Ol XVtfi WWII come for action. T think it honest A Microscopist deocribos the and xeren boie Ituctclea'a Arnica Salve, and just that overybody should and my leg U now soorxl ami well " bill of a iioajttito as consisting of Electric Bitbm are nold at fifty aenti a litlp to keep up tho roads of the a lance, two meat saws, n pump bottle, and Backkn's Arnica Salre t count. una a small sized UoiIujs engine. per box at Fortune's Drug Sture. X7 lot every man study over o wondur it hurts. this i.ia'ier a:d act to tho interest The wife of the jailer at of tho people of the county. Don't Mr. G. A. Hoi combo lost a who v.::s killed by tue package containing 60(H) on a trip mol . is a caiididatc for her dead be led off by oid fog? notions, but from Cairo lo Hickman, Wednes- btiKliands otlico. She stood brne- - lalr riii.ljl mi tie . .inntr Tliftrn . .... L ,i IU) in .' lilllBO Itll US IV uv b(i:uiiu HI .. . .. I. ... day. Wo sincerely regret his mis-! ". '!.." w I. ." ."v- V! . any couutv in the State. We have "; 'Aw , fortune. r i ,. Tiinii , u iiT fi kaj Lnif uiM uiiirn ...; .1 ...r o.uu niaji ewiv ViV 1IHI ilMU i.lalltP'Cl cheaper than i ., oi ;,!. AM Dr. II. IT. Wilson, of U.iKitlmn one shot iioisclf. Tea Oir-- any courty in the State. Let us eusboro la.urs unite iu ft card go to work and do something to county, fell, Su.nrday la.st fro i., lega'Iy dibtho roof of a sin ill alied or houoe. eeitlfying t listt bring our county into notice. TO' and w:ir bmlly hurt ono or more ble to the, po.siiion, and popular make our lands valuable by having feeling appears determined to good ribs probably broken. step toelect iter. So we s'laU h:tvtHhe ward roiidn ia the first No mittrr how J at rieh m Meir, building our county up. An liolo hh abav dr ym" ; no liy of a feiuaic jailer in Ken- Don'., be gullod by false rumors U" pt ta go Ihile, some ! J tucky. An' Fltu' (3? :t. but got the Act and read it, CUr up k'Iu ! Klcc' Hlxr, .... Trial Store. Lrs Uottlea Free at Fortulle, Siae SI .00. Drug ?Bl1 tn: KO and look ai the road 8 General Grant says that Cleveland ia the stromjeft man whom the Democrats could have named. f' f f an immea We EEZ222B xox . Iu Yennont school teachers and school children are forbidden to use tobacco in any fo: in. The Democratic State Com mittee wauts the Democrats of each county to meet ou August 19, and select a new County committee. Kcmember the date. tem-oranc- ooSi BereH !Hj f E announeo our friends and the pnblic gcnernUj. (hat li ec lection of ing to bur. of j have vi.t rbCct.... k of all kind of Furniture and Solicit tbe trade of i.sti ri h, show all etvles of furniture in plain tix fancv fine liuc we i Ai-o- i Just received, a fine L A exm V s . BB , a i?m& LQ an-awe- r; German Amber Wheat 7SBabela t tbe Acre, a Saps m Km hah JTat-MMj- BABY ACTJXOMATIC BUGGIES. ALSO I yoo We propeee need nevi any retail Iur; Editor Journal of Agrievltvrt: THE e our pricee to suit the spirit of thc times. You can rist re our hooc to look for tktaptr goods. We propose U u. as e store In the 'Purchase. Very respectfallv, -- aur! Une -- alas '"". r -- ? :, 2-"- Ow-em-'o:- o The German Amber wheat I bought of 70a last teams bids fair to be tbe leading wheat in this part of Kansas. It doe better on re broke ground. 2nd. It grow taller than any other variety, conseqoentlj there is no necessity fof parties wboown self binders to be to the epene of baying headers, as many have to do. 3rd. It will do to sow later than any other variety, giving farmers ample time to do their fall plowing. My neighbor, I. Gordon, sowed owe bosh-of German Amber wheat oa land broke last year. I am satisfied he will harvest therefrom 75 buthtU. PARLOR MANTLE BED. T. F. WILBURN & CO. re rootrilin new Odd Pellovrs buildtae. tb7"AU kindjjp 'Repairing done en short liotico, and in a workmanlike style. ik Irarou wglYe fcpcusi iiHiooeiuenis aa lt. el New Geodsof all grades la my line. Call and Examine. Paicia Low. till not It vndtntld. N. K. I aLo have the fl.wt line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to served on sliort notice. Hickman. Castonwrt I FEAR NO (XIMPKTI I ION. AS MY (HX 1S OUTSHINE AJL OTHERS. TIIEIR BBlGUTNESS LAST WHEN K1VAL8 FADE AWAY. DWi forget the place, on the oupoite corner from PlautRre'a.& Co, under the Kew CITY UalX. dive nc a cull before haying elsewhere. upon finding anything ia my hoW9 that ! kept in sirstclnw t&Yu can FUttNIf L UE bTuKE. Ocntractors and Builders of Houses- - diid RaspcctfiL c flAVHARttA MMm Hi Ii I M' j iv ' ' ac&BeatBSH o a '- iteBj I i il sJcPhersoa Co, MdUor Kaa-- , Jus 16th. f v U1 xeai wt . v . r.i-- li-- J Like all ! ro'. w- -. rt. Olivo church, Sunday, and waa taken dangerously eiek with fiomcthinglike tlux, and great pprohensions aro felt as to hiri roeovcry. A tramp who, whon refused i"ood at a house the other day, sadly asked: "Missus, will jou please givo me a piece of looking glass so that I can seo injaelf tstarvc to death 1" Mrs. Elizabeth Saxon, an eloquent female temperance lecturer, has been canvassing the Went TouncBsee towns, and creates a furor ot interest in tho tcmperinco wherever she goes. The" Bnirlish nnarrowa are growingnumerouB about Hickman. Potato growers should rejoieo as 'thoy fly from branch to branch on hc vines and pick from the leaves tho lnrvaj of the potato beetle. Rally to tho flag boyo I An bffort is being mado to raise monoy to raise a Democratic pole and Hag on court hnnso hill. Lot it bo 192 foot high one foot for o very thousand in Cleveland's Now York maVisited e ilr. Joe Kindred, of Hickman, 15 in this week's Uotjimkr. wdl nroe uuinterestinfj laaiter t,i.t-in- By request of quite n lntfe.-ne-r we reprint the new rand in' .a ir'-agft- r--k A Vvrvn. Mr EJUon tliose v hohax o pre at rvedtheforip-e- r isRueoftho CoruiKK it, but as it is a lic issue,) bo voted for or against at theim. preaching election, a'l as in: desire its republication, we eonii Whether yoa vo!c for r;igaiu it would be vell to read it, thereby know exactly what are voting for or against. g Tho lirst innon-iigi- u ot the series ipfj ano ico "C"4ii fcstials which iMr. II. J. Atwofil is Hiaugurating, was given on tw Court house hill, Monday nWjjit and was not only well attended but was an exceedingly pleasant occasion. The music was good, the ico cream hotter, thc girls prettier, and tho young men than on any former occasion Miiucct? lutji-pie- r, this season. jority. The Fnlton Index is told by leading citizens that thero is to bo h grand Cleveland aud Hendricks barbecue at that placo which will eolipse thn Tilden and Hcndaicks barbecue at that placo in 1S7G. I ii does, it will bo a monster in size. Marshal Ncely, of Fnlton, brought down the following pris- bnorg, Tuesday, who were commit- ted to tho county jail: Adam iving, for assaulting with intent to kill and robbery. Jno. Million" false swearing. Mose Bowmcr, carrpiug a pistol concealed. iJanks may go on breaking, cbtton aud wheat speculators fail, and railroad millionaires go miilftr but if tho Lord continues to smilo bit the crops of this accticn as at present, Fulton county will havo euodgh to feed all onr womon and -- Thc afayorofClovorport,Ky., notified tho proprietors of Wallace's circus that thoy would bo held responsible for any bunko work by any one traveling with them, and tho result was that all this gambling and thieving snido show affairs were dispensed with at Oloverport, whereas all the adjoining towns wero literally flooc-e- d by the thieves. I trnU it will not be inappropriate in me in attracting attention to the above article, to emphasize one point iu it, and that is the inducement that good roadb would have toward inducing capital to find investment in our lauds. The less cost to the farmer in gettiug his prodnce to market increases tho ability of renters to pay better rents, make land more saleable, and attracts a more active and thrifty class of workers. For theso and other reasous, it is clear that capital which now seeks in- estment elsewhere would seek it hero at homo. Test it by any State whore roads arc kept up bj taxation. Kespct. 0. n. Htjbbard. P. S. One thina more let me add The roads to be good ought to bo worked in the soring, and allowed to pack and solidify during tho summer. Under tho present system tho hands are nc er, and will never be taken from the busy fields in the spring to do this work. Under tho now road law it Journal of AgrieuUurt: I sowed the German Amber wheat pro. cored from yon about the 10th of September, in ri'-- Musuuri river soil. I had joJowed IK5) "acSl m mY SU &m wm VIX I6I l T w tbe gronnd twice and drilled in 1 biuhels per acre. I have two acrcn that will make 50 bushels to the acre, clean of rye and weeds It stands 4 Wet high, has stiff a?.F.-- i nousc enl.vroed, rkpitted, repurxishbd straw, has not blown down, stood the winter taronirhlr r'sanicl. Cjnrcneat to river and railroad, and attentive better than other wheat and has no rast. I; stands ahead of all v heal in this neigh watch, kept and. altogether one of tho bot appointed hotels in this seetion. n IE. JK. T5JIJSKIJ, this year. I think it w a better gta iham UlebiMi Amber. been . in experimenting on wheat, ibr several years The Clawaoa, Fultx and others, but consider the German Amber the best. h H m M f? T, ffl ins --h m M mi m HICIIJgAI KENTUCKY. recsntly IW n ftnaB Proprietors 1 Tni , ! , AVe Will; a-- onr stock of Spring and Summer Govth? for th next bt n days at sesaon as follows: 1 1 Jobs Mabtoi. Platte Co., llo., June 23. As I control all of this Winter seed wheat that was propagated by me, I will sell it this S HERTWECK, BALTZEE MANUFACTURERS & CO. op GSEATLT RSJDTJOUD PBIOE, in order to make room for a large stock of rr, 6 10 Peek, securely eealed ..........3 1 00 Bash, sacked, securely sealed . S 00 " " ...... 8 60 H jjJjjir,Wg Rfr,. &&k? J 5 " H -- a ao " " " jsoo . 00 46 00 PHIL CHEW, Pabllaher, Joaxsalof Agricultnre, 713 Chestnut St , 8i Louis, Mo l- - - mm Now if you want good quality and low pricos, this is a chance yotr hardly can afford to lose, as the'bargains vo offer cannot b6 duplicated in any market. "We have not the time or space to mention the various articles and the low prices, but will promise that if you will call you will be satibticd that wo mean all we say. TTT CUft!tIld for Nnm. Lady (in an intelligence office) MI am afraid that that little girl won't do for a nurse. She is too small. I should hesitate to trust ucr with a baby.'' Clerk "Her size, mada:n, we look upon as her greatest rccout- - 2) rr Hickman, -- feS.OT-a-S- - As. fA U inicnT. U W mentation." Jady "inUeedl very small." Clerk J. W. COWGILI EBAL3 . . isut sho is so I3ST ? but you should remember that when she drops a baby it doesn't havo very far to fall." The old, popular and always reliable Ilardwaro house of "I know that she is ji?isrrcfts DEUGS, PATENT will bo done inthospriug tho onzncatioH Xtttlce. ly lime permanently good work At the ensaeuig August Election a poll can bo done on the roads. Try it will be opened at each ef the voting preone or two years, and if it works cincts in Fulton County, Kentucky, for the purpose of voting for or again the New badly, wo can repeal tho law. Road Law, ia conformity with an act of C. H. the Legislature. OSa ! Vg Hickman buyers aro paying Thirty years ago thero were o. 2 from GS to 72c for average scarcely a dozen millionaires in wheat strict No. 2 will bring 75 America there aro thoucents. A good ripe apple, wall sands of thorn. No man of reflechandled, Sc, will bring readily tion need be told that such hnsty $2.25 a barrel, but lower grades are not tho fruit of will only command from $1 to V'l j accumulations lcgitiinato profits in commerce and Thero iBnothingQlscwUcing mar- result uianniaciuros. ketod hero 01 mucn conaequenco. of nncquallod xney arc mesystem laws, of r which favors capital at the . .. Mr. L. ,1:. Cardr well, the' iudo- ,, D. .. of labor, and enables a class n , ,ilu,B'lulV" nYi" , jfu""i - to appropriate an undue sharo of "" u.iuuinq. tern in this section, was iu Hick tho products of tho toil of tho man, yesterday, looking to thc es- luassos. tablishment of a tolepkono lino About the worst uso which any from Fulton via Union City to man can make of his money, short llickman, and children, and something to spare. Tipton ville. also from' .hero to of destroying it, is to hoard it. In that shapo it can do no good to Hon: dscar Turner and family, left Washington city, this week, George Johusonfmid Piatt thoispossessor nor to anybody else. dead, unproductive wealth for Virginia Beach, on tho coast, Snood, both colored got into ft It which, but to use, would go from whero they will spend three or difficulty at Fulton, Tuesday hand to hand discharging debt, fonc weeks, for needed rest and night, in which Johnson shot employing labor, feoding tho hunrecrdation before Col. Turner re- Sneed, ono shot taking effect in gry, and fulfilling its function of turns to "Kentucky to actively en- his abdomen. Johnson was facilitating trade, promoting interbefore Judge Starks. gage in the political campaign. course and keopiug tho machinery An anonymous corresponat of tho world iu motion. ifr. Wm. Lawson, is anxious for the Courier j work on the new bricks, whileClin dent on An eccontric person named to Oxnosti certain allctrod scan ton streot, Tuesday, accidentally Hitchell died recently in AYiscon-si- n dals, saying that its a public duty, chopped off two of his lingors with leaving a will in which, it is &c. Well, if its a public duty, let a hatchet. It will disable him for said, 500,000 was set aside for exhim or her, do tho "exposing,-- the some time. perimenting in machines to navi- Courier is not in that kind of gato tho air. Sluu.uuu to bo given Look atTblM business. to Prof. Kotehol, of Bridgeport, Vc arc no v Mjllingcli This year the school per capi- to 75c whicb cot us from S0c to! ?J 40 Connecticut, who was tho invent ta is $1.55. It was fcl.10 last year. jcr pmr. or ot au a;riai snip mat ims real The white school children nfrmncr JUiiiei hoo at (UK, to Siify original merit. to-da- y J ox-pen- lor the purpose ot electing a Magistrate to Jill tbe vacancy for the residue of the term, occasioned bv the death of Thoa. E. Rradshaw. This July 16ih, 184. W. C. JOHNEON, Sheriff Fulton County. Aiso, in o, no. WM MEDIC INiESJ A.3ax TOILETiRTICLES mm - Ilae splendid stock of tho very beat makes of all kinds of Ilardwaro, which are offered at n to -- rnsscs AKD VO a SUWjtk 33: 32 m Sloctle-- KotJee. 1 -- i '"ul .S- An election will be held at the dtv Hall. in the city of Hickman, on Monday, the 4th, day ol August. 1884, to oleet a Marshal for the sityof IlioIcioaB. Uy order oi the city Council, July 15th, 1884. . &c, &c, &c. I &o., &e., J.1 ill kAfii JiTZ c rT.rT OCxOC andtlat the very lowe-- be cxaqtly as represented. t the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to CSrrrcscriiiana V. Jt- - GniJd at any hour, day or night. Kin" :i:?liL bell fifter'010 lTTf .1. !! y. Y. .E.MiLtBr,aC. For Rent. The Plaut Bros. & Co. building is to be thoroughly renovated and repaired, and will be for rent from the 1st of January, Tl best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. 1SS5. For terms. &c, address II. C. BUCK, this hou&c will give speThcjtttention of builders especially desire Harris Station, Tcnn. cial iinlucemcnta. solici ed: Correspondence i'reo IVollvory. Mr. J. W. Roger's delivery wagon rana daily, delivering goods, in anyquaotily, to any part of the city, free. Leavo ordera at store, or with driver. ! HENSONt LOWER and LOWER. All kinds of Grocorios haiag, sidee, &a as cheap as tho cheapest. 1 will not be 30UU WITTING, undersold. d,s FULTON BANK R. B. BREVARD. ac-quitt- J. W. ROGEHS. Xotloo to Contrnotori. T;HE.OLB RELIABLE ,v Yf DEHTIST, ZJCfJfAX, KENTUCKY "Wislios toiinform Capifeih oO,OOO.OG. as ! The undersigned oommittoe of tho Full ton County Court of Claims, to let by cor trzet repairs of tho jail of said county, will proceed to lot to the lowest and best bidder at public outcry the repairs of said jail, in front of said jail, on Saturday Ang.3, 188-1tisp.ni. irk ing oonu wun approved ra enrity, conditioned for a faithful perfors manee of the work. We reeerve the right to reject any and all . CHAB. a. holoom: DKALElt Jloney, Jn vs PhcoiwIs J'aperond the'pnblic cenerally, that ami Iicll Exchaiige on any Point in tln he is fnllypreparfi'l to do all kind of lnt- - I'nitel- States, Solicit Accouats of the pnntilA r!inomlIv. OotlpivtoiuiamLPrjur'f , - ihhmi; inriuer itunnnn iqirv. ran , V....-tioti, will pieaac call at my Office, firaldoor i RCmi((ancO at Current Unto of Exchange j T. MITCHELL, Cashier. west of Ladctlc House - t. bids. 514,0V83 : colored, OTfaS ; total, The tax on tho colorod people would only realize 10 cents to each colored child, but their part of tho tax on tho properly of tho whites amounts to ?33,Sli.l5. G1I,-79- 1. t.U?ll'l.-- V . I.. V..r-- , IU 0 Mcrff Shoes bte tu $1, not C1 'JK dJiG. hsilf their Mcn'a mid HoVs l'6nta. S2.00' to $3 50, and $4.5(1 jwr rftifr; t!is i n. sweeping lit liiic nnd :t waiitlaHli"'-' i J AMttggflsspN On Fiiday night thoro were deaths reported from cholera Toulon and 30 in Marseilles. Thc dir.ease is increasing aud also bc-- ' eoti-a- :: Plana and specifications or the work caii lo Been at the office ef Judge It S. MurreJb 3'J, and will be exhibited at tbe time of letting in aid work. K. S. MURRELL. 1 D. W. DICKERSON, Y. 1). J-- r Dilfc MilCIlS, fillT8 AND DMIJFM, SL CJ 33S1 j&J5i M, SSl S2" . 32351 rfATEOLLEGEofKEfTyiCY aV t 'tericcltsral and Kechaoical. Sclcnlific, Enginisring, Classical, Uorsal Plftoon Professors instructors. - 1 trji'lepn Scticol and Gcmmarcla! Gourss of Staiy. For " Com. more fatal. JOTES.J tor PREscitiPTioys OUNTY APPOINTEES begins RECEIVED CARL F J i. r. COMPOUNDED! " Kent, xotli, 1884. Adiff JAaiiSH r ii. a?AXTiixsot Catalogue FREE GF TUITION a""1 ' m"t .!.-- o "ton - ft t ?r!3 . i I Wm &- - t ' ,1 .jjg-f- g Srg 1 M v cnaiJMAmju..i.u.v or Special Comuiispioner shall bo' said counties at the August olec- S'wiitf. ! ars. Tim Knnnl.i! m;. riz,. t. ainir.nnce JulSt-1held Uttbioioranyiaiiuroin regard, uon, eignteon nuntireuamioigmy for tlits benefit Hickman. Fnlinn Crit- The Democratic State Central t'ndc It. VrALKI K, a a Kaaftflsgfegrcqflfrflffljljfjjl in power 21 yoar5H to any onuge so let oy litem re- four, prepared as noils are proper for Committee begs to address the cou: ii ed as polls aro prepared in State o&Ii)ier!ir at th ntii(-- Augu.-- i n. amending and jTUr?T;: spectfully: and tne Court may DEMOCRATIC TICKET, and admitted thnMrrU1)tin LaS Democrats o Kentucky a few one the Uow IjO.s. Kuu IiciJlorcl. aets relating u wrkii 2J. " e bond with surety from tho elections, and tho officers of the, J ' l x "i. i ,;lcrrir crept into overv Irtincnt' Srcat words of cheer and hope. Jn the naif! Lbtinties. I eloction then held shall ask each Special Commissioner. it ... 1 .v.f Sj'.roi -.. ..r nf. onthorhed to announce Cant. W t. u lo.M, I twenty-fou- r V Be i enacUd by th (Several ..utnrj ?ulfou I'ltKsinr.XT, rings control tl.ofBay, and tl.o bare fact of nearly Asku,. J the Sec. 'J Tliat all delinquent of said voters, ''Do you voto for , A- "JiPft a csi.H.ato for the office of lli Inii.vi. ;, ! tnl it,; ujiifal ItJC- Ootnmonttealth of Kentucky, IHicitj, Iu. .i.mri.u t,. Main-M- '. alio, robbed of years of Republican maladminisof Fulton, or against tho now road law," aud Augngl IcctWN. i'C gtlMoJnl-jvuecapitation GROVER CLEVELAND, Government has Sn tiU . ir,i Fit, mjne J l. tration of the political affairs of Section 1. That tho Qountv Crittenden, Anderson, McCrack- tho voto Shall bo so recorded, and (lolmrs-Thvt ixi.al Mtrmwu'. At. .. millions and millif B of Tb irltrinl author, iu tM ftJuirabl- our great republic, consists the Judges cf the Hickman, Fulton, eu and Graves counties shall bo if a majority of thoso oting in Yfjtftrts fu. clear j i.u,. nnthorimt to announce M. from rar 11 ono lmlf strongest argument to individual Crittenden, Anderson, in ..t'tnturi; j DemoQraturetf?ent pratticr. u i,ijurj( i McCrackeu roquired to work odt their taxes said election voto for said law, FAKMEU.as a candidate for tlia ofltcc of ubuw tuujriL.l tjFOR VH'E I r.SIIE.T, t ia.li. ullv cnrnl , jmctit . at n tr Jo the voters of thisjntiyalld dc Democrats to loavo no honest ef- and Graves County Courts shall at such times on tho roads in their thon in that county it shall bo ShenBV Fulton count. Election in Au- rcr at miu.U. wrtln, ud tOntut!. !y - rvFrrtr. ho n.nttvr hvt bf. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, hkwhi f wtiuh mand tho nownr iS5 authority to fort untried to sccuro a change of uimuc an oi mo roads in 8aid goveral precincts as tho surveyor adopted, if against said law, then gust next. . ujo cMMlltka nwj care tumwrlf cfcfuplr. party's domination, and thereby a counties into procincts, ami as thereof may require, for which it shall not bo adoptod iu said bb.1 riilcallr. OF IN 1)1 AX A. RPul-licau- s examine tho bookiS110 !ii:eriutent!cii( SMiMic Schools Inters ritenU l in tlio tiinUs ef otrr chango of policy aud of methods. often as may be necessary appoint work such delinquents shall havo county. ylh nn.Unrj mu iu tb UmI. aud Democrsf flrc !in hu Our party in iiJt-- i Mal, in a pfatlti Skc. 19. This act shall tako Vtts are aiuhoriziil to announce l'rof. precinct, whoso credit at tho rate of one dollar for ciiTlur. te nj vn rrr. pi f fM,r fMi, ur two pitK Flowers, who was boomed for msn alike, snl.joctJT toinptntionB, assembled at National Convention a surveyor in each Buporiiitoml J,AS SALTXDEIW, m a oandidate for Chicago last week, duty it will bo to performed by effect from aud after tho fir&t day tneoUIee of Superintendent tMmrs. AJ.lrm, tho each full da's work of the Public President, predictB tliat Cleveland miBtakep, errors am&rong doings, after four days spout in inter roads therein and seo that the him. For failing or rofnsing to of January eighteen hundred aud Schools; in THE UULVERWELL MEh.CAL C()., Ful'ou coautr. at the ensuint: J 1 Au Sl.. S York, h y ; IW (fflerllui, il$ . carry Sew York by C0,000 but theso will AagUKchtion. rings: change of opinion by tho delegates. same is worked and kept in Suoh comply with tho orders of said eighty-fivecorrupt robbing majority. nave formed uudortlio Koprnm-cans- , consisting of many of tho ablest repair as tho agreement of the survoyors when notified, all such veteran Democrats of the coun- contractor therein with tho County delinquents aro made liable to tho and of course tho Demo- try, and witnessed by the largest Court requires. No surveyor shall penalties now imposed by law for 'oSessioixa! Car One tliinjr remarkable about to work Sir Ulaine'a letter of acceptance, crats are more likely)0 0XI,08CIU,d asaomblage of people ever assem- bo allowed, unless by consent of persons failing or refue-inDCALES I.V ho no whore alludes to the color- break them up. Lod: power might bled at a Convention on this con tho Court, to resign such placo on roads. The several surveyors B. F. O'DANIEL, M. D., two years, except ed people. Ho wants to shift that bring corruption tofte Democrats, tinent, presented to the country a underthe precinct. Anyho remove are authorized and empowered to platform of principles upon which from surveyor collect the taxes duo from such Groceries, and if so, then turtlem out. issue. every honest patriot can stand, may be removed at any time" by delinquents in their several proPROFESSIONAL OFFER? HIS cltisens of Hickman and thfi JXD ALFO. and named as Its candidate for said Court. cincts, if they shall elect to pay oo,ooo mioo. vieiuity. Tun convention to nominate a Sbo. 2. Tho Clerk of the Conn tho same rather than work on tho President a gentleman of OSco Corner room in Laclede House. "ets, Seines, Lines, lloolw, and aU kliuaV The much talked of Indepenaudidato for Congress in tliw 9th ability, and well approv- ty Court Bhall, within ten days roads; and the same shall be held of bulling Taokte and Supplier, atabaf health and avoid sickness. jfain. Urocerita and Family Tennessee- District is to bo hold dent Repnl)ljCaj,85 Convention, ed official and porsonal integrity, after tho appointment of a sur and applied as a part of tho rdad ga(-er- a Instead of feeling tired and tly. iu Dycrsbarg, Sept. 9th. Pierce, called to moot in Sew York city, the record of whoso wholo past veyor of a road, deliver a copy of fund, and reported and paid over worn out, instead of aches life affords tho strongest guaranty ino oruer 10 uiu surveyor, to the County tlio by .a.. Coojer and Gla&B, are the candi- tho 22nd, did mect,aud was large- of his adhesion to tho priuciplo county containing aaiieriu ofcom- J mlsaid taking and filing with the and pains, wouldn't you full and go, ly attended hy old Republican dates. rather feel fresh and strong? pySI&AN kB SURb'EON, and practice of administrative re- plete description of tho precinct, County Clerk his receipt therefor, leadora from 2few York, Now Jor-so- form; whilo tho second placo on tho and tako his receipt thorofor. Tho and said Clerk shall give to said TriE Republicans proposo to UICK1AN, KENTUCKY Massachusetts, Connecticut, ticket was given to an illustrious Sheriff within fifteen days there- surveyor a certified copy of said You can continue feeling hold powor as long as tho sun Pennsylvania, and scattering dele- citizen of tho republic who has after shall deliver a copy of tho receipt, which shall havo tho samo miserable" and good for noThe bo cake oi tb eoJtirat his Sr?Tes tt uhincs or tho streams continue to gates from tho Wtstorn States. once hcrotoforo boon elected to order and a description of the pro effect iu his hands as tho original. thing, and no one but yourOrERS :ens PrefosaTftna! and vicinity. Coiunsbua of ilickniau Skc 10. Tho county Courts the high office of Vice President, duct to the uurvoyors aiuj rolurn tiow. Is this not dangerous t Let Thoyclaim to "ho loo.OOO utrongjn self can find fault, but if you butiwiib was fraudulently deprived tho origiifhl to- tho Clork'tJ oflioe ofriickman, Fulton, Crittenden, arc fired of tliat kin J of life, candid, Bepnblicans in tho threoMtos of liis seat by tho Republican mem- of said Count3- Courts, witii tho Anderson, Mcl'rackonniul GmvoB you can change it if you exXow Jeraey and Jfassachusetts. bers of a packed court, incited timo of servico endorsed, which counties may open roads not think of it. choose. fact stated ceeding sixty feot in width or may sup thoroto and protected therein by shall bo ovidenco of the Convention Kent for eale, at o bargain, at th Ut'y Geeeley, tho Arctic explorer, The Oovoland resolved to tho mailed hand of military power. therein. Tho Clers shall post up increase the width of established and Hendricks, port and Sale Stable of How? By getting one has been fouud. and five of his denonncod Blaine's INT Aa hundrods of Whigs in Ken- in his office, once hi o cry y"ai, a roads to sixty feet, anything in tho C. . L. R A record as dis tucky voted for Andrew Jackson list of all tho names of all the sur- general laws to the contrary not. FAIILS & PARKEa bottle of Brown' Iron Bitcomrades saved. He wentjuBta honest, treacherous and danger- m 1S2S bocauso of their sense of veyors in the eonmios, designating withstanding. ters, and taking it regularly ATTORNEY AT LAW little nearer tho Uorth polo than ous to the country; but for Con fair play, and their resentment the- precinct of each surveyor. Sec. 11. That tho Courts of according to directions. any one beforo him. But what Drewrgg gress, &c, they voto for Republi that ho was not declared by tho Tho Clerks or Sheriffs failing to tho Justices of tho Peace in and Collector, Real Estate Agent good does it all do t House or Representatives entitled perform tho duties proscribed iu for Hickman, Fulton, Crittenden, Msmfield, Clio. Nor. 3$, iS3;. cmhti.i ami rawiMu can candidates. to the Presidency, to which they this section, shall be fined two Anderson, McCrackeu and Gravos Gentlemen : HuvctufTercdwjih g niCKMAN, KY. fain in my lc and back, It is rumored that Eoscoe Oonk-lin- "I am not a dollars and a half for each nOgloct. counties shall have jurisdiction, Conjnjission Hjerebaijfe JAp- - felt ho had beon elected in 1S2-Jlorenes on my to eat, with all through ray body, will oppose Blaine. It is to plausc, and cries of "Good I'M I so will tho pendulum of public surveyor of a pub- concurrent with tho Quarterly Skc. 3. Each CS Will attend promptly to all bust with zrutwcalnesi, depresno. 5 ntrusted him in Southvsslorv sion of (pint., ami Ice of be hoped ho will not support can inutfrino no system of taxation justice swing to Mr. Hendricks lic road shall be furnished ith a Courts, of all proceedings against II l CZ 3AX, K?., I hiTe uVca lerera different KetttHAy BHd Kerthwtdstern TenncBsei opproHSivo or unequal in its thousands of honest independent copy of tho contract for the fork- road contractors under this act; rardiciiiM, and ai treated by Olovelaud. He is a man of tow- more Keep alirayg on hand. Freh SpoSialaitentton givou te tho iavestiga physicians for ny liver, xaeungs than m the distribution votes in 188-1- , and fix him firmly ing of tho road in hia precinct. aud it shall be tho duty of any aMtptccn.but RotftoiHkf. ering ability, but his coming over of tho cost of govcrmont among in the office to which ho was elect- Ho shall report to tho Ctnniy Justice or the County Judge, upon tia of Land titlo.s, and tho 'p&rohnso I ttMUght 1 would try Brown's Iron sale of Kl Kitnte. fjaaS LIME, CEMSNT. &Ai T. PLASJTE-Ihttcrs ; I Save now taVenouc bottle would mean not that ho loves tho Statop. 1 bolieve that a well ed in 187G, and from which ho will Judgo any failuro upon th part his own knowledge or tho com UKASS SXXJJS, CLUYSK, fc&. f.Tt& half and am about eO pain in nd and buck all goae torencu Cleveland, but hatos Blaine. regulated and moderated custom not bo ousted by the decree of of tho contractor therein; Ho plaint of any surveyor, or upon M'i make liberal adrante! c'CoHjj-Corn- , nil out of my brcitt and I hare a KM OT Ae., for 8to or house taxation, yielding tho neces- another Ropublicau court, which, shall certify to the County Judgo tho information undor oath of any good appcute, aod am gaining in s prop- citizen, that any part of tho pubutch-rtrtnftnami flesh. It can justly bo sary oxpenses of tho Government, instead of registering an award whon tho contract haa beon All tho Republicans and CttSca liitiinf if tHtduitut. of tho Democrats predicted is tho easiest taxwhich can bo im of justico, entered the mandate of erly complied with. Ho ahull be lic road is out of repair, to issuo Joita K.ALURtSEa. H. A. & R. T. Tyler, and against tho delinquent that tho Democrats would mako posed upon a people, and I have a party caucus. Republics may bo exempt from tho jury service onlv! his warrant returnable to his own contractor, for road purposes in a tariff." Ap- sometimes ungratoiui, out never noil-ta- x some great blunder in candidates always believed Brown's Iron Bitters is deliborately unjust. during his continuanco in said of-- For some other Justice's Court, or plause composed of Iron in soluble platform. But the Lord has or In behalf of honest taxation ; in iico. For a failure to diechnrgo to tho Hickman, Fulton, Andor This is what r. Wattcrson Baid form; Cinchona the great .iXEKPSall kinds of staple aad. faaa7 behalf of administrative reform any of his dutios prescribed by son, McCrackeu and Graves Quardirected our councils, aud wo have at Chicago, andIf will bo HICKMAN, KENTUCKY it hard on and honest and scrupulous politi- this act, said surveyor shall bo terly Courts, and upon tho executonic, together with other tho right platform and tho right somo hereabouts who havo boon cal methods, wo beg of you to fined therefor not loss than five tion and return theroof, such proATTEND TO ALL BUSINE8H G standard remedies, making candidates. entrusted to their care. yoursolves at onco to tho nor more than fiftoen dollars for ceedings shall bo had as aro had shouting themselves hoarse in faa remarkable and ConrectionsrUs. 05ee Millet Block. Will be pleased jo cases. In bo tonic, which will cure DysPresident Arthur has iaauod vor of "free trade," thinking they task of organizingin Cleveland ando each offonsc, tonamorecovered by in other Commonwealth act the de aeT8-'tee hii old oustorar, wndwill htth eiit tho Com- proceedings under this your rospect-iv- warrant in tho Hendricks Clubs of pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, them in prioe and qoality. Call aarlsee his proclamation, in view of tho wore following 3fr. "Wattorson. counties, precincts, and ncicrh- - monwealth of Kentucky, and the fendant shall havo no right to us. "Quic)! Sales and Bmr.ll Pieatta. Weakness, and relieve all cholera scourge in Europe, to all xYcn't Bnndrsold borhoods ; invite a comparison of Quarterly Court shall havo oxclu-siv- o claim his District, and both tho fjan-iiOur Clinuce in OUIo. Lung and Kidney diseases. quarantine officers of tho United The Gorman-America- n jurisdiction of all the pro- Commonwealth and tho defendant candidates and a discussion of 0. citizen Wilson States to exerciso every proper holds tho balanco of power in platform principles with tho ene ceedings against survoyors of Bhall have tho right to appeal from my lay Justice's Courts to the Quarterly vigilanco and enforce strictly all Ohio. Thoy elected Governor and; minoraside all moro personal roads. ATTORNEY AT LAW differences, and, with Sec. 4. Tiio County Jndges Courts and from Quarterly Courts Iloadly by more than 12,000 ma hearty good will sanitary regulations, &c. and entire har- shall, at tho Court House door in to tho Circuit Courts. jority over Foraker, under very duty The Chicago Journal says that adverse circumstances, and in an mony of purpose, unite and put said counties sites, on tho first Sue. 12. It shall bo tho proao-cutHICK MAX, KY. and elect tho Presi- nggrcgnto very nearly equal that forth your best efforts in August Monday in April in each year find of tho County Attorney to crea rn JyrLurj;roait tJmjlW-OJ- . if tho Democrats C0LLnCTIOX3 promptly reraltlc all warrants under this act, L. B I"n Hickmn. Alairei o of the preceding Presidential elec and November, and a glorious vic- such other times as ho shall dent, thoy will pension all the rebr3.A)ttraeta of titles a spoeialty. necessary, let out tho working aud and for such prosecutions ho shall M P. DOXAnoE,-crtion, when Garfield's majority over tory awaits you. el soldiers. Of courso tho DemHic3cmnn,Ky-- , Clinton Str.) Sami- - C. Da vm L Co . r Loum. K" keeping in repair the public roads receive twenty five per cent, of J. Stoddard Johnston, Hancock exceeded 30,01)0. in said counties, to the lowest ami tho fiuos recovered, and upon bio ocrats would do no such thing, This great chango in so short a Sasi E. Hill, best bidder, for such length of failure the Court may appoint A. Duvall, but it showHhow desperate the timo was caused by tho sumptuary BlOKKfAN MARBLE WORK" time as ho may chooso(not exceed- some other attorney in hia stead, Ar. C. Owens, Republicans are whon thoy are legislation which drovo the GerAH.,iiBrtBnB aoJtlit) ing his own term of offico) after who shall rocoivo said commission atxinw agIJtiiir, P. P. Helm, ASV mans, who had hitherto been tho flWWorfUltllA'riltl-."r7-IltJT5S- ' forced to make such charges. illiaKAIiA'Hr-KT- V -duo advertisement of two inser for his services. All fines assesstZ:A G. V. TllIPLETT, mainstay of tho Republicans, to 'u are iil to tit vsintx prpcriy rra tions in tho county paper, if oa ed under this act shall bo collectA. W. IlAinivroN, ii the other side. Thoy vonld not be published, and a printed notice ed as other fines, and shall insure You can count lending Repub- submit to an encroachment on Tiros. II. CoitiiETT, 1SS4, in tuy oLmjulp, with Mr. ttoinw posted up for at least fiftoen dsys to tho benefit of the road fund of AVm. Lindsay, o thoir personal rights, and they licans by tho hundrods who letting at tho voting Hickman, Fulton, Crittenden, Anbeforo such Guardian Manic Ho'sioiS- L. Tobin, DEALEC IS . Blaino and Logan, but from abandoned party to vindicate a place in such precinct in tho coun- derson, McCrackeu and Graves W. B. Hoke, ? llncltU-n'principle. Arnica Hilc. Maine to Louisiana not a Democrat ty ; provided that tho fund raised counties, and shnll bo paid out by Sam. M. GaiivKS, "What is the present situation ? TilK BlWbw.VB in the world for (nt, Italian and Ameuioak SIaeulb b tho lovv court under this act tho Sheriffs under orders of the Ex. Stockdale, has beon heard of, (outside of Tam- There are 17 Republican papers Bruine. Sore Ulcer, Slt Kheitm, Fever shall be sufficient to work all of County Judges. ....... i i? Mokdecai "Williams. support published in tho Gorman language fl I. many) who rcfuics to ' K"" ..""ty"Krtiption ci .ii i - MOSU.UEMTS, TOMB AHD CRAVE 1 25cts Lower than the Lowest 7?r'"' T,i. all 'h.. .,.... Sm l'l T .I...1I w LMlnw-fM- l tho public roads iu said county, y. nntl Thoy naturally exercise .m a." M. County Judges, County tiT.lj cnrculM's, or i., vy i. poatlrn. Cleveland and Hendricks. And in Ohio. I bare n ciork orpcnusa Cnpt; "William Stone, candidate and if not sufficient then it shnll fortho it no ster retf a largo influence over that popu' STONES. Tammany is wheeling into line. i and pay cah for all my Groot-rir- , lation. Every ono of them has for Congress" in this district, a'd- - bo used at such places and for Attorneys, Sheriffs, Collectors, or gtiamntec.l to give jwrf'ct 25 .twfactioii. and" jviv ti.arofore can soil ca el.eap as iJip eheap doclared against Blaino and Lo- drosscd the peoplo at Cadiz last such roads as tho County Court of tho Kovenue. or any surveyor. box oncj Sale nt R) RTT.X K rent pr For AVISO roaeired a flno lat of Araor est. Bust brands of Witienherj; and If one political party is to con. gan. Hcnco the outlook for the Monday. He had a large audience, may think best, having duo rogard to bocomo diroctly or indirectly icikn and Itnlinn Murblu, 1 am ore Star Fltur, Siu cents cbeapor than the Ln' 30 year, Chicago ticket in that State, wants intorcstcd in any contract for trol this Government for and his address was loudly ap- to tho public good and tho paretl to till all crdord. Call and tixauiint " which JCHN W1TTIKO.lr of tho different parts of tho coun- working roads or building or reur worn why not live under a king one was the corner stono of Blaine's plauded. Tho Telephone says: pairing bridges; and it shall bo unOrders from the oountry promptly "His appeal for Tiigg county to ty. ..nlitinal familv ! The essence of strength in tho convention, is by V1GKSBGRG may "to" Sec. o. Each contractor shall lawful for eithor of said ofiicers to 8T. OCiS stand by him, as he had stood by no means cheerful. a republican government is to A similar sentiment prevails her favorite sons, was touching execute to tho Commonwealth a buy or become interested in any change your rulers, and not let any among tho German-American- s A.ira:&o:H, xsusrin in and eloquent. It is very evident bond, with good security, to bo claim growing out of said work or & stay so longas to believo tho of- Indiana, Illinois, "Wisconsin, Iowa, that his speech here Monday made approved by tho County Judges, contract. I" or a violation of this KENTUCKY STREET, section either of said officers shall PACKET COMPANY fice belongs to them and not to and other Western States, which mm voics. oome wno Had never in double tho amount he is to constantly on hand fetf bM for his contract, for tho bo guilty of a misdemeanor, and hoard him boforo went home enis also largely shared by those in KEEPS Bale tho people. thusiastically for him. Col. Turn- faithful performance of said con upon indictmont and conviction great Eastern cities. the t H0H8ES, BUOGIES and HACKS.-Harinc- ; er was not present; hcnco ques- tract, and said bonds shall, at the thereof shall be fined not less purchased tho stablt. kerivc1 says that whon tho Watterson Whilo ho was Sheriff of Erie tions of difference between him- next regular term of tho said than fifty nor moro than five hunand enure ontGl of W. B. Pluntair A-- S we proposo to continoo the busiatss, aaer Democratic leaders wore brought county, New York, in tho perfor- self and his opponent wore not County Courts after tho letting dred dollars. This soction shall 3isifcas solicit patronage to faco at Chicago, it waB mance of his duty, Mr. Cleveland discussed. Ilo will bo iully heard be noted of record, and the bonda bo given in charge to tho Grand face (UNITED STATES MAIL-- ) upon to cut tho cord on the various questions of inter- kept on file by tho Clerk of tho Jury by tho Judges of tho Hickfound that there was not so much was calledtwo that sent murderers to eter- est beforo the canvass closes." Court in his office in bundles, man, Fulton, Crittenden, Ander difference between them on the nity from tho gallows. Thov BOOTS AND SHOES, JOITN A. SCUDDER, President. marked '"Contractors Bonds," and son. McCrackeu nnd Graves Cir JOHN P. KK1SEIC, SuperintenJftit. were tariff question. The Democratic both the worst of desperadoes, CBffreloniiI I'rlinnry. copios of said bonds shall cuit Courts. certified THEO. U ZEIGLEU. eo'. nnd Trees. SHOP. North Went corner of Moscow bo competent as ovidenco, and tho masses know this all tho while, una jiuvuig, wiuiu uiuhk, murder- From Nelson Conntj RecorJ J Sec. It. Any person who ami Troy Avenuea East Hickman, Kv , A LINE of boots &2fSniiufiiction guaranteed. notwithstanding the leaders threw ed his own mother, and tho other The Democratic Committee of County Judges shall deliver to shall wilfully or negligently injure, had deliberately shot and killed a tho fourth Congressional District, each surveyor a copy of the bond destroy, or obstruct any of tho April. , from St. Louis lo Mruiphis, aud a Keeps in stock tho vory Bost Material,. so much dust in our eyes. met at Elizabethtown last Tuos-da- of tho contractor on the road in said public roads or bridges, or line from St. Louid to Vioka man with whom he had been and korf.s only tho best workmen. Wrk? guaranteed. Itcpalring solicited. and docidod to call a primary the surveyor's precinct. Any con- any of tho culbcrts, or ditches on burg. in a game of cards. " Ik monarchical governments "Wednesday elcotion to select a candidato for tractor who shall fail in wholo or said roads, ho shall be fined not GOING SOUTH. Y. D1ESTELBJRINK tho Seymour, Indi- Congress on Saturday, tho laws of the land prescribes ana Republicans Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuosdftj August 23, m part to complete his contract loss than fivo nor more than twen assembled to 1SS-1-. Messrs. McKay, Robertson, within the timo and in the manner ty five dollars, to be recovorod in nighlB, Tlmraday nights TEE BARTER GROCERY.- that certain persons shall rulo in hear the non. Joseph Orutchfield Vicksbtirf: boats, Sunday, Hobbs and Montgomery, candi- proscribed therein, or who having like manner, as the fines proscrib- nights. perpetuity ; bnt, in a Republic, it mako a Blaine ratification speech. dates, wore and Fridays. J- iL MONTGOMERY, presont. McKay, contracted to koop any part of tho ed herein for surveyors, and shall Wcducedays GOING KORTH. Is dangerous for power to remain Tho honorable gentleman had im- Robertson and Hobbs MR. to- his friends and the public tbaC favored a puuiic roous in crood order lor also bo liable iu double damages Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuesday is ho has opened a new and fresh supply of too long in the hands of ono sett. bibed too freely, ithis alleged, and primary. Montgomery was unde- traveling or hanling, or any bridgo to the counties or any other perwhen he bogan all kinds of Family Grocbsiks, wbreh" ho" speech got cided but was inclinod nights, Friday niphls and Sunday nights. retoward a or cuivert in good repair, and who son aggrieved or injured, to bo Hence, the people aro growing started on tho wrong track, for he Vickshurg boats Mondays, Wednesdays, 0 spaco to name all nrticlcs, but no will sell as low as the JoweaT. H iifrea-d- y convention. The voto stood as snan iau to do so, shall, for every covered in any court having juris- and Saturdays. at nil times to exchange QrerUs at troublo to show cood3. alarmed at tho long lease of pow- denounced Blaine violently, tore follows: For primary Marion, failuro, bo guilty of a misdemean diction of tho amount. It shall Memphis boats Steamors City of nndome and sec, nt tho corner of Troy cash prices for But tor, Eggs, Chickens, r" down the plume emblem, and Sclson, er in the handa of the Republiany kind of Ste. Genixievc aud John I). Maude. that Ibt farming wound up by calling hij' audienco ton and Bullitt, Larue, Washing- or, and upon conviction shall bo be tho duty of tho surveyors to Viokaburc boats Steantors City of and Moscow Avenue. East Ilicknip, Ky friends may marketing The bighwtf can sv bring in. Brcckinridgo 6. For fined not less than ten nor moro report promptly to tho County atlr "a pack of d d fools." ket price always paid. Providence. Belle of Memphis. Gold Dust; convention Gravson, than ono hundred dollars. Judgo any violation of this sec- Ciiv of Cairo. Citv of Greenville and J. M. MONTGOMERY & BXOl Men in office forycara and years "W, H. Yanderbilt and Jay Ohio and Meade i. Slc. G. All fines asscsaad un tion. City of Vicksburc'. dor this Act shall be colloctoil as Sec. lo. The County Courts, SHxrcrnnd themselves Gould wrlto.to.tiie Boston Hernia jJROCERY jnaturally "WfiainislnoWuulU Like. FORthat thoy aro exceedingly confiothor linos, and shall inuro to the a majority of tho Justices agreewith favoiftesjthcso favorites are dent of an early improvement in From the IUw York nrId Blaine says "tho tariff question benefit of tho road fund of said ing, shall on somo regular Comity MEMPHIS HID bound to each other by common business. Mr. Gould says that in will Ri& counties, and shall bo paid out by Court day assess a tax of not moro bo chief H. O. ties, and thoy would bo merwthan view of tho cropprospocts ho con- paign." tho Of issue of tho cam- tho Shoriff undor tho orders of tho than fifteen cents on each one hun-dro- d siders tho future of railroads Knight would course tho Plumed County Judge. as- PACKET COMPANY. human if some of them didTt (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) dollars worth of property Kko to have tho conSec. 7. Tho County Judges sessed for revenue purposes and grow corrupt. Whon a mau gets brighter than at grrc time since test waged on this or any othor All kinds of I8S0, question that would divert atten- shall provide work on tho roads a capitation tax not oxcooding two to believo that he is bound to have of the counties or on tho streets dollars on each person in said CTiarfe3 II, Andrews, a Connec- tion from his own personal STAPLE AND FANCY GfWCERIES record. an office he is dangerous,, awd ticut dele-gatto the Democratic But tho Republican nomination at of tho town for such porsons con- counties required by tho general Memphis, Cairo, should be set back. Convention-- , became insane from Chicago made Blaino tho controll- victed of penal offenses as may laws to work on ronds and usually kept In a s bousi, atbot lorn prices. by order of tho proper authorities 1G. Tho advalorum and tho excitement incident to the ing issuo of this canvass, and that And tlio SEC. FXNCY CANDIES, nomination of Cfereland and Hen- is why tho other side has put up bo roquirod to work on roads or capitation tax provided for in secTEAS, The- Republican party lias ' colstreets or to UrNCE-MEAAANDY BAUM, PICKLES come to beliovo that all tho Gov- dricks, Ho- was st&pped at a lu- an entirely different sort of man. sessed against work out fines as tion fifteen of this act shall be tho JAMES W. GAFF, them on the roads lected as other revenues due CONS MILLER, natic asylum at Toledo- on his reVINT SHINKLE Cli&XBBRRlES, ernment offices are a perpetual turn homo.HOMINY, GRITS fVAfch Is the Monopoly Candidate? or strocis unuer tne provisions of counties is collected, and under GRANITE STATE, From the K4w York nernld. ur ii:cuii laws, and may fim samo obligations by tho col- - T EAVESEYERY SUNDAYnnd THITRS- heritage- - Long Ieaso of offico has The widow of Stonewall' .Tack-so- n A feeble attempt has beon made when necessary, pnt am XJ ball and lpctincr officer, and shall bo pald JLj day, at C p. m., for Cairo, Louisville 3d IE bloated them, and in many instan publishes a card to tho effect to prejudico workingmen against chain upon any such apersons Cincinnati Tnho the nut oy saui nnllnp.tinrr ofTiCftr ic M1"'1 Cincinnati, connecting atfor to ces made thorn arrogant and cor- that "tllO daughter nf Siniimrnll Governor Cloveland bv chary provent their escape, and if nCc Sugar, Coflccxj Soaps, fcc. ,i roof nra nn i.ho order of with Byroads nd Steamers . rupt. It's nest to taking one's Jackson" now doinggjnropo ifl a it jtnc is mciioiy to monopolyo essary may employ somo WesUm asd Noita ?0ial3r mai ll not be undersold. suitable th'c Judges of the Hickman, N, G, & SL L. Ry? life to.turn him out. Let's bring iraud. Her onlv ihfn.rT.ior. "iTica Then why are the most conspicu- puiovii to ovurbuoanu guard them ton, Urilionucu, aiiuuiduii, inc-- j umng through tickets to all point Will p7 full price for Butter, Eggs, &c Jnlia Jackson, has novor crossed ous monopolists, such as Jay whilo at work. cago, Toledo, Buffnlo, Richmond, New and Graves County, these fellows back to a common iuu .cvtianuc-IYork, Washington City, Philadelphia and1 Sec. 8, The County Judges Courts. Gould, Cyrus "W. Field, Russell level with other citizens by provBoston. East, North and Western tourfilling couutv offinno ', host. Sage, and others against him and shall let out tho construction or Chapter nmoty-fon- r Sec. 17. ists will find La Belle River route safe, ing to them that tho people can men should be selected regardless Blaine? Gould has declared that repairing of tho bridges in Hick-ma- of tho General Statutes is hereby dclightfnl nnd economical. ! turn them out. Fulton, Crittenden, Ander- adopted and made part of this act, Rates hy this lino cheaper" than any of politics. Tho subjects for in- ho is "perfoctly satisfied" with son, McCrncken and Graves coun! oxcopt when it como in conflict other first class route. Meals and state" vestigation should be, is ho hon- Blaine, and Gould nevor mistakes oxotios not included in the agreement with tho provisions of this act, rooms free. Baggage checked through. Severar cases of cholera aro re- est? is ho capable? does ho deserve his man. Cgy of any contractor, or the levy and all other road laws for Hick- trip by Passengers can rely on a splendid ported in Liverpool, some of tho tho position. SOHIK, tbfa line, the Call on nearest Ticket Agents Gen. Stoneman and all tho oth- courts may, in their discretion ap- man, Fulton, Crittenden, Ander- first class, Ravingas been steamers aro all American residents having been expressly built u OXo Or Address er State ofliccrs of California' con- point x Special Commfcsioner 'to son jrcCracken and Graves coun-ties'ar- c for the accommodation of passengers. aiiack-eurana ironeral.fn Kenti,w ., ow": VI,11BV there ' A. Tt. Stc.Vfsjs gratulate Cleveland aud promiso let out aiy bridge or bridges and CSS repealed. hereby carries a full siring t,,c Keep ml:CT nf.I niJMB.i7..iV.:.' "'""j'juw enu frPfll; rM Ac . TRM. , T?x or-It. W. r to give him the electoral voto of pro.idi Vm compensation - ' sMvnwT- clerks to SEC 18. Thero shall be a poll band. General FrogaiL!GUT!'UBIK. Hendricks. 2Mt hbJ Tin Apeni ST' WBWi CaliforiMu. "" tberffoi,aud such County Judg$ Opoed at each voting precinct in ' ' -. .i;ii .., r- -. iJ u 7 Moa-V av HTvSt, MCfiiiitfrUj j?r;t.. h . THE SICKKM COURIER, nil! I!Ta. fti: ijii ?.i. lUtOUK? t" ajiii:inx u.umjjr THll MIYT KrtAD l.AW iffiBi' Iuih been is lt,,own Tv the Democracy of Kentucky : u-- c .ttc-8- . ro-qii- e efce-tto- PibKllSI --y AV - ''': I - it-- 1 tax-payo- rs n. r, o -- tL-rl- - . Ih-- ew-Th- U rt as. F. S. OASES, ST? T7V Family tran-sccudu- ut v 1 - dh!a. f.a.:ris, y, FOR SALE mm m .fair-nriode- he DLE - Bondurant and-crc- froo-tradc- r. , m appo-tit- prueo-lae- at kkl-rx- rt, 1 ESE-PLIE- K, & shij-meh- t. two-third- Attorneys' at Itai?, J. W. SOGEBS, EO ad-dro- ss non-alcoho- lic CEBIES, 78 nugfcletto o GROOEBXE J5sct. --- 1 op-pos- (' I 1 "" - I ", Sroceriss, H -- ro-coi- wm soiiiieiiiii, sale and livery stable Fakis Parker mmmz BUOsTHnr?tMnn. E. GLAZIER. V on-gag- ed y, y Family Groceries. " Hoi-cna- . N JAMILY -- II JUDGE, NASHVILLE, - Louisville Cincinnati Steamers firat-clas- Chattanooga j&tlanta, Florida T, - - si-jiu- o SOUTBSA&TI ?s, Sgy-Wi- Chi-nmck- en n n, TIVOLI HALL. -- FAVORITE . fittr. - 'i Jos. Proper. -- Each-steame- r f-r- M . Iicksia-- &'! t 1 1? tvcJ-t- . -- J35 sm?ams