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GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Tho OldcHt Ne-wspnpo- r in wostern aHZeiitiielc-- PRICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.30. IXCONSTAXCr. He says good-by- e to Matilda, And promises that sho Sball.llght his every vision Beside the rolling sea. Ho prnraise- - a letter ""shall reach her every night. Then down the rood he wanders. And passes out of bight. soon is at the ocean. And there meets many girls vlVItu brown and lilac optics. .And black and golden curls. BTe ESTABLISHED 18591 V JL HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUGUST S. 1884. VOL. XIX.?: 3f45 etc.. et,o, T7-- ?& Ki - Matilda he forgets. And furious is Matilda. Tl i : Omm... .. "U-.To flnAthatGeonraeonieshomowaTil1 Engaged to another girl. Puck. .He tales them out He takes them to the hops. And orten. in their honor Visits the candj, shops. "With, them ho goes a bathing Upon the shining s Irani, Aml then they sit and gossip Upon the shelly sand. Ho takes them to tho races. And on the horses bet-.And trritlncr not a letter, ' -, THE RATIONALE OP HOUSES. haunted . t Li -- That a very old house should gain tho reputation of b.dng haunted is not surprising, especially if it has been neglected and allowed to fall out of repair. The woodwork shrink-- , tho planter crumbles away; and through minute slits and chasms in window-frame- s and door-case- s there conies weird and uncanny noises. The wind sighs and whispers through unseen fissures suggesting to the superstitious tho waitings of disembodied spirits. A whole household was thrown into consternation, and had its repose disturbed one stormy winter, by a series of lanionta-"bl- e howls and shrieks thatrang through the rooms. The rounds were harrowing, and as they rose fitfully and at intervals, breaking tho silence of tho night-rthstoutest nerves among the listeners were shaken. For a longtime tho visitation continued to harra35 the family, recurring bv day as well as benight, and especially in rough weather when. there: was a storm, piercing yells and shrieks would come, sudden" and startling, 'changing anon into low, melancholy wails. It was unaccountable. At length the mystery was solved. Complaints had been made of draughts through the house, and as a remedy a strips of had at some former timo "been nailed along the window-framewhile its owners were at tho sea ide. This, for some reason explainable upon acoustic principles had caused the disturbance. Even after the a had been torn aw3 a sudden blast of wind. striking near some snot to which a fragment still adhered, would bring a shriek or moan to remind the family of tho annoyance they had so long endured. Meantime tho house got a bad reputation and servants were sly of engag-- 1 ing"with its owners. A maid mora strong-minde- d than the others, and who had hitherto laughed at their fears, came fleeing to her mistress on ono oc- asfon,saying that she must leave instantly, and that nothing would induce her to pass another night under the Toof. There was a long corridor at the top of the house, and the girl's story was, that in passing along it. she heard footsteps behind her. Stopping and looking back she saw no one; but as soon as she went on tho invisible pursuer did so, too, following close behind. Two or three times she stood still suddenly, hoping tho footsteps would pass on and give instead of which they her the go-blulled up when she did, and when at IasWJwild with terror, sho took to her heels .and ran, they came clattering along after her to the end of tho paso gutta-perchs, gutta-perchy; whom ho had been brought up. Ho was a fine young fellow, bold as a lion and ready to face flesh and blood in, any shape; but a very craven as spirits, fairi s and supernatural being?, in whom he believed implicit!-- . Ono night, after seeing the invalid settled to rest and committed to the caro of the appointed watcher, I came down to the drawing-rooto write letters. It was an Immense saloou, with doubling and prolonging its dimensions wide folding doors of looking-glas- s at the end. I had been writing for ; fat, indeed, into the "small hours." The tiro was nearly out and tho candles, which at their best had only served to make darkness visible in that great place, had burnt low. The room was getting chilly, dark shadows gathering m the corners. Who has not known the creepy, shivering feeling that will come over us at such times. when in the dead of tho sleon. lingjhousiWGlondlarowakcUti?-rTfurniture around begins to crack; mo falling of a cinder with a clink upon the hearth makes us start. And if at such a time the door should slowly and solemnly open wide, as doors sometimes will, "spontaneous." we look up with quickening pulse, half expecting to see some ghastly spectral shape gTiflo in, admitted by invisible hands. Should sickness be in the house, and the angel of death who knows? be brooding with dark wing over our dwelling, the nenes, drained by anxiety, are more than usually suscptib'e of impressions. I was gathering my papers together and preparing to steal past the glad to escape froni the pervading chilliness and gloom, when the door opened. "Sot, this time, of itself; for thero tho picture of abject terror stood Carroll, the footman. lie was as ualo as ashes, shaking all over; his hair dishevelled, and clothes apparently thrown on in haste. To my alarmed exclamation, "What U the matter?" he was unable, for a minute, to make any reply, so violently his lips were trembling", parched with fear.. At last I made out, among bounds, the words "Ghost, groans." "0," 1 i.aid, "what nonsenet You, have been having a bad dream. You ought to know bettor, .you who" My homily "was cut hort by a groan so fearful, so unlike anything I had ever heard or imagined, that I was dumb m ed some-time- sili-iie- 8 up-stai- sick-roo- half-articula- te sage- The mistress suspected that some one was trying to frighten the girl, and she urged hereto come up stairs and endeavor io find out tho trick. This tho territled damsel refused to do, so tho lady went off alone. On reaching tho corridor and proceeding along it, she was startled to find that, as the maid had described, some one seemed to be following her tap, tap, clack, clack, as of one walking with shoes down at the heel came the steps, with her, own, stopping when sho stopped, and moving on when she did.ln fain the lady peered around and beside her; nothing was to be seen. It could be no trick Jor thero was nobody in that part of the house to play a practical joke. Ere long the cause was discovered in theTshapc'of a loose board in the the corridor. The plank springing when pressed by the foot in walking aloag gave an echoing sound that had precisely the effect of a step following;- and this-- , in the supposed haunted keusc, Svas sufficient to raise alarm. lt,happcncd to us once to be a temporary dweller in a mansion that had a ghostly reputation. We were on our way to Pans traveling with an invalid, anuyjthe latter suddenly becoming too ill t proceed on the Journey, we were forced to stop in the first town we came tOrTho hotel being found too noisy, a house in a quiet street was engaged by the week. It was a grand old mansion slip-sho- d keep-ingjpa- co floor-Ing-df wnm nlisliml. ..v.' w..i.a. w "Ah-h! thero it is again!" whisi percd Carroll, dropping on his knees! and crossing himself; while vehemently thumping his breast, he, as a good Catholic, began to mumble with white lips the pra ers for tho dead- - Up the stairs through the open door tho sounds had come; aud after a few minutes, thev were repeated, this time more faintly than before. "Let us go down and try to find out what it is, I said, at last. And in spite of poor Carroll's misery and entreaties, making a strong effort, I took the lamp from his trembling hands and began to descend the wide staircase. Nothing was stirring. In the great diuing-roowhere I went in, while the unhappy, footman kept safely at the door, castinc frightened glances at the iuh wans, an was as usual, as we went lower down the groans grew louder and more appalling. Hoarse, unnatural, n such as could not be imagined to proceed from human throat, they seemed to isatie from the bowels of by the the earth, and to be walls of the great dark lofty kitchens. Beyond these kitchens were long stone passages, leading to cellar and pantries and servants' halls all unused and shut up since" the mansion's palmy days; and into these we penetrated, led by the fearful sounds. All here was dust and desolation. Tho smell of age and mould was everywhere; the air wa? chill: an-- the rusty hinges of the doors shrieked as they h long-draw- with horror. portraito;.Prtatab ' ' r now nato of tho land, fallen and but from its high espnle, Wide indifferently kept up. stone stair-casewith balnstcrs of carved oat led to rooms lofty and spactOHSjKBbsq walls and ceilings were decorated with gilded enrichments and paintings in.tho style of Louis XIV. At tho side of the .hoaso was a covered way leading to tho stables and offices. This was catered through a tall porle eockerci&nd at'either side of tho great gakt5rfi"Kl to the iron railings, were a couple of thosejTugo .metal extinguishersstill sometimes to be seen in quaint oldJiowsosiiSid in former times to put outtke tarchesbrlinksearried at night bjTuaaiugJoomen beside tho carriages C Jtbcgreat; The stables and offices of the place were now falling into decay, and tho porle cochcre geuorally stood opea until nightfall, when the gates were locked. We had been; in the house for some litt'tiaio before wo heard tho stories of supernatural sights and sounds connected with it of figures .flitting through halls and passages the ghosts of footer occupants; ..of strango noises. There curious Founds about' tho fcoa, Especially in tho upper part, were locked and where lumber-oloset- s noalod op, through whose shrunken and 'doors, the wind howled with teeearthTy wails. Ib the dining-hal- l yrm a row ef old family pictures, faded JMd jriHi? d the popular beliof was fhat,' "MrBtbe "witching ..hour," these yrectM jfafemulfcd from" their frames ami, lnfcygh festival 'in the scene of A Mohammedan zemindar fererbftBqtiBes. No servant would three years ago from a district started ia the aorth the l'unjaub, trave'iag f. at' Bight, into thi room alone or in footviaofConstantinople and, th and on lite darks Pc fam Vf had with iu a young footman burg, reached London the othe'rd&v larroii, tae so oijan insn ten- - His object was to invoke- aid iaCsowe te aia Masters, mader iaau dispute. s, -wbite-chokered pa-fttf- pc to at .had" once bclon-rc-Wt- o a. rane- - no,e wcos .....ut in iesioons ming across tne passages, and urusueu against our faces as we went along. Doubtless, for years no foot had invaded this dank and dreary region, given over to mildew and decay; or disturbed tho rats, which ran scampering off at our approach. The groans seemed very near us now, and came more frequently. It was terrible, in that gruesome place, to hearken to the unearthly sounds. I could hear my agonized companion calling upon every saint in the calendar to take pity upon the soul in pain. At length there came a groan more fearful than an- - that had been before. It rooted us to the spot. And then was utter silence ! After a long, breathless pause, broken only by the gasps of poor Carroll in Iih paroxysm of fear, wo turned, and retraced our steps towards the kitchens. The groans had ceased altogether. "It is now over, whatever it was," I said. "All is quiet; you had better go to bed." Ho staggered off to his room; while, chilled to the marrow, I crept up stairs, not a little shaken, I must confess, by tho night's doings. Next day was bright and line. My bedroom looked to tho street; and soon after rising I threw open tile window to admit tho fresh morning air. There was a little stir outside. The porle codiere gates were wide open, and a largc'carfYrnrjodrawtiitip boforaahenj, Men with ropes in their hands were bustling about, talking and gestict? lating; passers-b-y stopped to look; and boys wero peering down the archtvaj at something going on within. Soos was brotiga. the object of their curio-dtto light. A dead horse was dragged up tho passage, and after much tugging and pulling, was hauled up on the carl ' and driven away. It appeared that at nightfall of HIj da the wretched animal was eing driven lo the knacker's; and straying down into our archway, while the man who had him in charge was talking to a friend, he fell over some machinery that stood inside, breakinVa limb, and otherwise frightfully injur.-in- g himself. Instead of putting the poor animal out of pain at once, his inhuman owner left him to dio a lmcer-in- g death in agonies; and his miseraele groans, magnified by the reverberaUea of the hollow archway antl echoing kitchens, had been the cause of oar nocturnal alarm. Carroll shook his head and looked ia, credulous at this solution ot the mystery, refusing, with the love of h'13 class for the supernatural, to acceptJt.' Though years have since then passed, over nis head, tinginc his loeks with gray, and developing the brisk, arile Footman, into the portly, pompous butler, he will stilU clears to his first belief, and stoutly affirm tkat flesh and blood had nought to do with the disturbance that night in the halted house. Chamber Journal. nrwin u.. crtnfinrr . , nuir . tlift .a.w . i 1 I. i his legal studies m t.io offlee of The Gardens of Rome. ? SCUOOL AND CHURCH. Short Talk - T.l-MIl'oor Girl. Judge ihoinson, at Cbiimborsburg. his unciea 1'a, amy retujnlnjrhoine, ttas admitted to tha bar an is the city of gardens. Where ht3, eh? Romo The University of the State of New So vou want to fchelbyt Hie. 'Are yon the editor?" Well, my boy, . it WWPgise single York celebrated it3 centennial at Alelse can wo recall such masso3 of ever. In IMS ho ttas elected to the Indlina legis "Yes, ma'am." f'13li lature, and after serving one term decllnoJ u green verdure,such thickets of aloe "I havo been referred to you by an 1. jlT ninni tlilll .111' MKr MM ated to bany, recently, having been founded in rcnoralniitiou He wus u uiemlter or tho Cong 1784, with Governor Clinton ono of the and lentisK; such groves of timbrage- - acquaintance who understood that you bring a lad to evil wyfefeatof stitutional Contention In ls'O. and took a prominent part in the pioeeeUings. He was i ollg pines, embowenn"- the vast and wero in need of assistauco in your ediaround a villaW?,W or city o' first regents. Albany Journal. .103 then recognized as one of the rs tig men In nif-hAll the badyHKa nature Mrs, Cvrus IL MeCormick, of this torial work." the Slate, and his e option fn the fall of tho stately paiaces witniu the walls? tear ns a member ot the Nattoiul House or i While tnc Villas beyond their stern The speaker was a young lady of begins to bubble Jhesun goes city, has added .20,000 to the endowiteproM?ntatites from the lndlanupolis areet in iii.i.u silenepn 111 perhaps twenty-fiv- e cars, neatly down. You woulJa trrWB of doing a ment of the chair in tho Washington ...... i.al.t luum"" trlct shnvtixl tlm rajt.i.. li. ..1.1.1. i,n and shailnd hv . snlnniii dressed and intelligent-lookinTho 1 r hn .. r.u.in.1.,1 i..., .. i,.j lnean act to yourjhlfeydaylight, and Lee UniteiSity, Virginia, which nil, ..io ' : r,.., upi cjiimte s ineetui.iiaate ot uw parly lin.t and .,VC w, and bay. uuru oi nex others (like tho "Have you eer doue newspaper hut after darkitscaeia gejd joketolug her late husband founded aud.endowed fortongrevs he Fuilerel defeat. He agum ' ririi..i-vfi- i i...v :.. t... uuc iuuis. work?" the observer inquired. 0 off gates, upset oirthoiweal fruit, or with $20,000. Chitaqo Inter OcAanS applied hhnolf rill gentlt to the ractko of " "t "r.""" ' may seem bis profession butbelore he 1ml fairly fettled of aqwcaucj or bridge, d or "No, I have not, but work is so slack taiso a false alarms Jul First uown he ttas solicited by President Pierce to tangled with roses, and starred with in my profession that I thought I would fun to ou, Out wn vo eeme to sit N. Y., and its Baptist Church in Troy, accept tho Ks,t.on of Cummiloner ot the patriarchal pastor, had a xwcan't help great time recently. The fortieth anGeneral Land Hike, assumed tho duties anemone aatl cyclamen in lavish and takeup with newspaper writing if 1 .uown auu iiuiih. of that responsible witioii. In this capacity joveiy proiusion. Ann an alike are could get a chauce witness. Anv but admit that it v his work ttas 01 a high order. . IK niversary of Dr. Baldwin's pastorate "What work havo you been engagetl action of ours w I PUCi snvnnn In lx.0, arter four j oars' service in the Laud vocal with raurmurous How of tinkling ,1. iy jbo rpies- - was commemorated. Troy Times. !1- Oflic. he returnml o Indiana and was tho waters tad fantastic shapes of Triton in'" to trouble and ex In the courso of his remarks at an candidate for Gotortior against iionry S rcrcm;jtno maidenhair mantles, been at various kinds of art tioned to your d6t and "0, I've awnim meeting 1'resident .knot, ot or thief b mil a muraen cant ass. but was defeated In 1MJ2. howovor, ' the niarblJlbasms With its dclicato work. 1 hao been giving paintin he was chosen to the i nitod states Wfflr in HaiVard, said: "Athletic sports in gen- by fronds, ami tie sunshine Steals through lessons and drawing" lessons. And i point out to me. " tho Democratic Lomsl.itll.-- of Inillann. Our. ttluaiK eralare of great service to students, rerfllhindersntndialMldi.dilfofraoerilt?. woumry the bouddaJmf.'tifcvJuiurealttoy: inir his slv j ear term ho "ol-1'-. bvstcaU v and morall v.lbutf thWeasilr-- ' vsirtxiao,itxjtStiaUy'!'iy"kil thatbt has iv.eusiiiirtou-s-ianu"aj- i. npil jtra'wrt-- r oikt"" nie ovorsiuco becurogarded as ouo-o- f tho fore .Vo WiHKclvh of cymbal aim born, stitches, crewel work in fact. I know nights. ruinuto cxccssesrtN'hich'aroulangerouS most btiitesmcu or tho country. and unmannerly. In trying to repress Don't I wautaboy fo'have fun? In 18 S. at tho Denoeratlc National Conven- upon tho kxc lawns, while Hcmadry-ad- s how to do almost anything in the line tion in New York, he was ono or tho gentledo. and by and by I'm thi3 abuse, while saving the use, the anV listen amid their laafy of art or fancy work. You bet I crouch men prominently named as the choice of tho "You think you could do editorial going to put you up to a dozen diflerent general rule of liberty has been tern- -' Democratic party for President. In IS?.!, houghs. Tho Church of St. Sabina against his wishes ho was nominated as thd has appropriate! tho site and stately work?" things in'that line. But this grabbing porarily departed from, but it is Democratic candidate for Governor of In- .marble columns et up in honor of tho "Well. I thought I'd try it. Teach- your hat after supper and sneak- temporarily. diana, and his great popularity seThe old Dutch churchatr Bergen, cured him the election, although all or his hs gods. The gre.t St. Domiuic ouco ing painting seems to bo much ove- ing out over the back fence is .a sociates on tho ticket were lieaten. Mr. and rdonethree teachers to one pupil the mean piece of business when N. J., will celebrate its in tho adpining anniverroureartenn as Governor btreuirth-ene- d abode a certain )range tree, still vig- same with Kensington, embroidery and a come to figure it down. Down sary on December 2,. Some facts "of i you planted him with the people ot Indiana, and to a on the corner you meet Jim Thi3 or its long history ai6 recalled by the greater oxtent than a ly other man ho ttas re- orous and jjreen, and covered with other things." garded as '"the favorite son" of that State, .(lowers and fruit. Hither, too, fled St. "Do you think you could make a suc- Tom That Yon go "over town" and Christian In'cljijencer, from which we In iSTG he was strongly supported by tho are seen hanging around this or that learn that this remarkable church was cess of editorial work?" of Indiana lor the nomlnntloit for Thomas Aquiuas, pursued by his mothPresident, but that being accorded to Goter-o- r er's tears and lamcitations to tho very "Woll, I don't know, but I think, place. You mav sntak into a saloon to formed Arfihout a pastor, and had none Tilden. or New York, lie ret oh ed tho unan- 'door of tho monastery; and within tho perhaps, I could. I could tell by try- see a game of billiards, but you hate for Dhtcty years. And Vet during that With imous nomination for yourself for it, You'may sit in Smith's period, when population was sparse, Tilden mid Hendricks as tho Democratic can- fwalls of the church St. Gregory read ing." didates Indiana was earned for the Democ- his famous Homilies, for the building r.SO persons were admitted to tho com- -' Xho observer had to logard his visigrocery and hear a lot of old racy in October, 1S78. and again In Noteinbor ' Ayr liars spin their yarns and abuse munion. of the same tear, and the llfteen electoral dates from tho fourth century, as an tor with a curiosity bordering on totes or Indiana went to swell the tlctorious inscription in mosaic testifies." St. amazement. There she stood in all the religion, but you go out feeling that The mention of "forty stripes save column. innocence of her young womanhood, you could kick anyone of them who ono" often recurs in the Bible, and lies beneath the altar. Govornor Hendricks was married in 15 to as ignorant of the nature of newspaper dared to bow to your mother. earned it and. in lbSJ, ho as udmltted to Mis Eliza C. Jlorgati, who litetl near Cincin- ' Tho Ludovisi gardcas, widely rangshould havo heen sewhy thirty-nin- e ubar. Ho still remained with tho tlrm nati. He has noliting children. Ddrvtt Fie ing and richly planted; ofl'er as their drudgery as a little creeping child You'd go hotse'-angcto bed if it lected as the number in preference to. which had acted ns his prtcepturs. Kor three I'reti. years ho held the position oi Assistaut proud contribution to Roman heritages couluhavo been, indifl'erontly announc- wasn't for Jim or Tom. He wants a any other has repeatedly attracted atof Erie County (HutTalo) N. Y. tJuercino's beautiful fresco of tho Dawn ing that she was an artist with several little "fun," and he drags you into it. tention and called for explanation. Th'o Will History Repeat ltseiri llowas then nominated by the Democrats. In driving her horses up tho pearly slopes talents, and 0t without work, and What he calls fun is stringing a rope explanation is found in the law of iUo- - ' Jsto, for District- - Attorney, but ho was defeatTho breaking up of tho Republican of heaven. The light of the n ed. Ilisflm law partnership wns wiui the calmly requesting an opportunity- - of across tho sidewalc It doesn't occur ses, who commanded the culprit to bo JateL. V. Vandcrpool. 'lhls cout'nued till party, which has boen confidently preday is upon her face; the faint breezo engaging in journalistic labor ast con- to him that some person may break a beaten with a certain number of stripes, Aueust. 1GJ. Since that date ho bus beluneed dicted for at least four 3'cars by ob- gently lifts hbr hair; llowers aro scatvenient makeshift something to drop limb and be put to several hundred dol- not to exceed forty. Th'eymust be' to the following llrms. all in tho City of Lanint'. Cloveland & Toisom. Bas. servers not blinded by party feeling, is tered bcneatiVhcr chariot wheols. into and make a little fortune out of lars expense, or even be killed outright. given in the presence oi the Juago to j C ot eland & Uissell. Clot eland X UImoII, and now imminent. Indeed, the organizawhile waiting for a diminution in the. Ho thinks it a cute thing to roll offbar-rel- s prevent the possibility of cruel punishher speed tho flying Hours, beart.eveland, Llssell tc bicanl. Tho lattor tlrm tion is already in process of dissolution, of salt barricado tho bridge, set an ment army of painters, crochet and embroidcontinued lo tho tlmo of h.s election as Goving their untnown gifts to men: . ernor of New ort In IsTO Mr. l let cmiifl and it will roquiro but one defeat to finTho slowswelt hours that bring us all things ery artisti l'oor girl! She was never old shed on fire orgtop up the chimneys was elected sheriff of Krie Count v bv a. larn-The failure of Mr. George I. Seney T AJt ish the work, and a very brief timo to Vt hen you have good, j more mistaken in her lifo than in the on a widow's house. majority. Eleven year inter he was, t lie Demthe ' stop The Blow sad bours that bring us all things impression sho has formed that people played such tricks it comes ery easy has, of course, onnecessitatedHospital m ocratic candidate for Mayor of the City of bury tho debris. ill." the Seney page of work y lluffalo and was elected by a docisive majoriThe managers of the pa-lmachine loo'c ty. His administration it as so saflffuctory Behind the'ear, the beautiful Genius engaged in and about newspaper fac- to play others which the law won't Brooklyn, Mr. Scney's aftairs being in of it,' at in the funny light and his couro so fair aud unpartl-a- n that knew in 187b" tint without the offices of tho Da', bearing tho torch, ocoupies tories have a continual play-spesuch a condition that he cannot comhotter things wero oxpoctcd for him. Ubere the party could not bo held togethor for in Michigan State in her thought that any one can Thore is y plete the .building. It is thought that fore, when tho Democratic State Convention another campaign, and that the expos- one of the alwves of the summer house. and met at Syracuse in beptembor, JivSJ. all eyes on take up with newspaper writing and Prison a boy whoso. career 1 watched the work will be taken up by tho Meth Opposite sit3 a woman with a book were turned toward him as ono of tho leading ure sure to follow a change of adminis-, toss oft columns of ontertaining read- for two years. I first saw him prowlcandidates for Governor. Ho waselecleduy tration would pile up a pyramid of in- her knee, a sleeping child besido her, ing matter as one would play croquet ing around o' nights. He bad an hon odists of Brooklyn. The lota on which1.C.S34 votes ot or Charles J. folgor. tho valued at'Sf 0,000. her flit tho wide winged tho building rests are the" machine out and around or daub a china cup under the name of zac face and a good heart but his fa and these liave been deeded to the trus nominee, and took possession of tho famy that would sink of sight in the mire of oblhion. It was birds of nighti oinrc January 1, 18l. seemingly never been a boy tees of the hospital. It is said that up thcr had Tho gallcryof statuary boasts tho decoration. lies Moines Mail. Governor Cieveland'a thorough legal train- desperation that invented the fraud of himself. Ho lot this lad go and come ing has served htm well In the Kxecutlvo Ludovisi Juno.colo&sal, statel, divinethat date the building and grounds , 1376 and raised the money to bribe votchair. It is somo years slnco a thorough as he willed, and within threo months have cost Mr. Seney $250,000. Chris- fair. Silence reigus upon her parted The Rastile. r-Mr. Tilden last held the oillce. ills ers in 1880. Rut these expedients only ly the police had to caution him. Inside lian at Work. ' a practico has been to scan all the bills sont to delajed tho inevitable. A party can lips; the calm of majestic repose rests of j er, as him and not to the adt ice of law-The Bastilo was originally the castle of mx months he belonged to a gang ho upon her serene and level brows. Hers always been the rule in tho , not exist long without principles. Tho It has somo Governors have donf. lie makes thorjuvenile tnieves. Within two years ough work of this inspection, and his vetoes cohesive power of public plunder is "that large utterance of the eartldy of Paris, and was built by order of churches in New was a burgiar. When.ho stood up in Collegiate (Reformed) correspondent of sum carry conviction with them. There ooukl be gods," which, when she speaks, will Charles V., botweon 1370 antl 1333, by hidlive ears' sentence York, accordiugto a no other outcome after his appl cation of a great, but it can not perpetuate the rulo compel us to silence. In tho amplor Hugo Aubrior, Provost of Paris, at the court to .a Christian- - Intelligencer, to conduct strictly legal analysis to tho mass of miscel- of rascality in a government of the to see that one so young tho service-Zalaneous legislation that reaches him. In spite people. The Republicans long since fvthor, amid which she is wont to dwell, Porte St. Autoine, as a defense against women wept the year round, except, tho drifted so rapidly to the bad. had of the amendment to tho State Constitution ceased to have brief period in summer reany principles, but it what knows sho of our world of petty tho English. It was a massive stone forbidding special legislation, many bills of What can ou do o'nights if you re- for tho for cleaning, which i3 so quired that sort hate entered nis chamber only to bo takes timo to wear away the prejudices woo? where, as old Hesiod puts it, "by structure, and on eaeh side of its lower main home? killed. The same care and painstaking were and Iiaoits of the majority of men and day as well as by night, diseases unsides it had four towers of five stories but one church is closed at . observable when more genornl interests wore bcoro3 of thing, my boy. In the a time, mere uas been a goou aeat stake Last year ho vetoed tho Fitovont leave them capable of seeing things as bidden haunt mankind, silently bearing each, over which ran a gallery, which lir-- t place there's the checker-boarat ills to men." Rut of all these her was furnished with cannon. When it li erated Railway Faro bill in Justico to the things really arc. of nonsense written and said about the in the next place your father wan corporations, although he knew it was an un Time and the nomination of a noto- colossal loveliness knows uothing, save came to be used as a St ate prison, which and right down and leach you all ho wholesale closing of city churches in thing to do Then he vetoed a genpopular to sit summer. Tho number of churches open eral Street l.nilroad bill because tho rights of rious political jobber have opened tho "that the gods themselves cannot recall was during the sixteenth and seventt Such is teenth centuries, it was provided with knows about jfcOutaidopf the interest nt anv r the people were so loosely guarded. His veto eyes of the more intelligent and honest their gifts," and timo is one. time the scason.through.is . . - i; i . in a chance it as itltpublioaJtiiud.tUajnotv-vjtjnlJthQ. drawbridges . i tho LudaaUdiino,. Rut who that has vast bulwarks, x' riNaTaaTo-iwrj.,tii..fa;rtt'(tl-tuin tfcrsveryins nomc city : out lie etocu it for party does not represent the issue's', th'e TuaDjal bIIIIIIBbbIIHbH fragmentof Greek tnu lowers auu jkuiiv hi cu.i.us uuuci business K i. matiiWJSmi$Py training reason and becnuso It was not in tho principles or tho methods in which they would, forgdTthat taat & interest of tho people at large Tho same tho level of tho ground that tho prisoners preserved PUXGEXT PARAGRAPHS. careot the publu led him to tctoa b.ll which bolieve, and howctcr much they may culture there, so jealously of Mercury wero confined. They were so effectualmakes him cautious in his dealings. has relief, I moan, many of tho presen. rest nctlons and regret the severing of old ties and assothat removed boy books i i of allowed tho trus'ees of sivings banks to withdrawing Eur dice from her hus- ly removed from the outsido world as Thero are dozens good William White, five years of age, wildcat securities. II ta toto or the ciations, the feel that the time has come band's arms? Words can give no idea often to be entirely forgotten. Iu somo be had, and lour father hau better buy was before a Brooklyn Police Court tho l'nfcn Commission bill was because he for abandoning the degenerate organivou two or three per week, than turn to of thought it ought to report sooner than next Govermuent of the tender graco of tho attitudos, of cases it was impossiblecause discover you oer.to the town. There's no end other day for maliciously smashing tho January. He has steadily put h s font on all zation and rescuing the of their either their origin or the tho truth, tho nature, tho pathos measures to exempt from taint Ion. Hi dis- from the control of the .spoilsman. of mechanical toys and tops and games. glass iu a passing hearse. Hor hand rests upon his incarceration. approval of two or three of tho New York ReThe Democratic party has been out of these figures. "Clothes!" exclaimed Yeast the M-And suppose ybu learn how to draw The Bastile was capable of containform bills was because thej wore so loose.'y shoulder; his clasps hers with sucn a imdrawn. The icmaindor of the-- e Dills had been power so long that the vitality 01 its passion of affection that the mo.sseuger ing from seventy to eighty prisoners, a or paint? Look atfcawatch and you other morning to his wife, who was already signed. principles is clearly demonstrated. will realize,, that all tho wheels and portuning her husband forsome summer 0P4 . A few specimens of Grover Cleveland s veof the gods, though he relaxes not his number frequently reached during the else could have held the organjewels go to livings; "why, I haven't a respectable springs aud shaft-gautoes will show how tersely and yet how fairly Nothing The grasp, ot by a slight movement of his reigns of Louis XI V. and XV. make up a perfect Just so pair of trousers to my back!" he disposes of the various matters that eome ization together all these years. before him. masses of Democrats have marched to entwining arm expresses that he gazes Although small compared to the num- with man. There; are lots of Young man just returned frbmw3' ber which an ordinary prison contains, Authorizing New York City to ontributo certain defeat year after year, animated not unmoved upon their tender and enasks: "Whatiff men in this world. They cari restaurant Fellow-cler- k M,0 for the Bartholdl Statuo fund. This fragment these numbers were considerable when by no hope of reward, no promise of trancing farewell. engine did Vou have for dinner?" "Oyster jf j of the it is borne in mind that they rarely con- sell goods, make loots, ma an To amend tho charter of the City of Albany. spoils. ' Had Democracy meant noth- should be, if it is not, the despair but outside of stew, no oysters, only one crab. Putin "The present charter ot thu Ci y of Aibmy is truly one of the sisted of persons of the lower ranks, or or keep a prorile3 for tho desbtnatlon by the (3mm n ing but control of the o'flices, tho party modern world, as it one thing they are all atsea. It a cracker.'crab took'it and sat on thoWGw most consummate triumphs of genius such as were guilty of act'ial crimes, that handy man who ishelping this side of the plate to oat it. and Ileft-qj- i Council of three otlicial papers, fiuia shall would have lost its identity antl bebut of those who 'vyyo sacrificed to is the publish all ordinaucos and other matters come merged in some other organiza- and art. is full of nubllshe.1. Tn amend- political despotism, lycourt intrigue, world aloug the m m who be afraid Poor fallow, I wouldn't rob him for mi " Doria l'amphili gardens sumRnt the ' laentproposeJ by this bill provides .!.. sf tion after tho defeat of ISliO, when Don't anything." Harper's Bazar. hya- ecclesiastical tyranny, or had fallen wheels anil springs. among the otlicial papers thus designated, one radical disagreement on questions demons us to gather cyclamen aud becaiiso you have planned to study Yes. my sou. you look very furiny'! ! of tho political parties shall not be represent- manding immodiato decision shattered cinth amid their shades and waters and victims to family quarrels, and were law, to read up on philosophy anil ed, the Common Council may designate a You groves and lawns. This was once tho lodged here by virtue of letters do science, to learn how to bandlo tools, with vonrhead monkey, which 53 very' ,tfourth official paper, in order that uei party its power. look just like a noblemen, authors, savants, may be represented. I should liko to appr.it o The Republican party in 18G0 occu- garden of Galba, and upon the green cachet a bill providing for ono olTicial paper lor the publishers. These letters to analyse steam, to post yourself on funny. No. I was not going to say-'-- ' , pied a position roseml ling in some re- and level lawn stands a little heathen priests andwero City of Albany. If two are deemed that ydt knew just about as much asv 'Is!-issued in the name of whatever is worth knowing. it should, pcrhaps,l o protided that they spects that in which the Democratic altar representing the Pius Antonius of arrest You will discover asyoagrownpthat vou look. Because I don't thiukyou j of than be papers representing tho vims of party stantis It was in sym- Imp, sacrificing to his household gods. the King, but tho names thethe individ- the man who knows the least is the do, son; O, no, I don't think' you do. "f . each of tho great parties; nut any bill perMinisters, uals wero inserted by mitting tho designation of four olhc.ul papers pathy with the popular sentiment of tho No sod hero is ever turned or soil . greatest bigot to argue Xltn' and tne Boston Post. in the C1tv of Albanv annears to mo to bo en- - dayand attracted the men who found fragments of sculpture, sar- who were tho depositaries of these let- meanest man with whom to transact Not just yet but tirely unnecessary and a useless expendi thcmxclvos compelled bv their convicAt an auction sale the other day ao tm cophagi, busts and cippi or funeral urns ters. The arrests under them becamo business. Not one in twenty of our ture.- mrtrin vinw was bcinr knocked down. tions to leave the ranks of tho older are brought to light; and the columbaria gradually more arbitrary, and men of high school pupils know-ho- w Relative to the Cohocs water supply. "Afa niason , s. handsome fierure when ra bliifl ter at ery full hearing, a little more than a parlies The bolturs, the new men. are Binnilarly interesting and perfect. the greatest merit were liable to bo painter Ids colyear ago, I approted chapter 429 of the laws into prison whenever they hap- mu.es his mortar, or atinsmith at work, sailor, who happened to wander in, exby a thrown of 1S51. Ono or tho principal arguments used oiued it to adm'nistcr the punishment In a square chamber approached ors. They never saw a claimed earnestly: "My stars! if ' there for its passage was that the water furnished which they thought was deserved by stair and a door are the many niches, pened to displease a Minister, a favorite, oragrainer imitating thavarious woods. ain't a vessel drifting on the rocks with bv the Cohocs Water Company wat impure. in its pictured or a mistress. Chicago Tribune. Now then when you find the evenings a strong breeze blowing off shore!" The That law contemplated the lurnlshing of a the men who had been in power for each of which contaius bones And they did tho work urn the ashes and new supply or water, etc. Nothing has been manj didl ask your father to put on his hat artist took his work home to rcarrange.jjtj. done under that law, and it is now prop sod thoroughly. of somo dead and gone Roman of ImA Tan That Was Free to All. and help'you post yourself. Did you the wind. to repeal all ot It that permits new works to . , Every th ng points to a rcpetit'on in perial time. The walls are ornamented be erected and authorizes cuttinc dott n new ever see a printing prcssat work? Did was cslled to sec his col-- ' --Dr. C It was nothing but a plain palm-loa- f or 1881 of the history of .I860, with the with graceful arabesques of bird and Pipes, which will enforce the continuation theqneermachinery pre- -ine present supply. This purports to do a mil . Dr. C fru.t. A group oi fan. it occupied a whole bench by itself vou ever look over league. Dr. B to amend the law of 1S83, but there aro two parties reversed. Rut the situations flower and cenii and their antics by a in a grove not far from the entrance of m a tin shop which bends the metal in scribed notin for his patient and-lef- t dwarfs disturbed thef5W focUons or it which am ul that law in are parallel only in the particulars shape covers and bottoms and hanterras. The rest is un Independent act. and ed, for it is ery imnrobable that tin- - crocodile advancing from a lake is curi- Druid Hill park. It had a lonesome dles'? for The net morning Dr..Q Ever visit the gasworks, or go house. agaiti And inquired blandly "ol confusion Is sure to arise. 1 think, between Republican party, as it now exists can ously grotesque, In an instant wo aro look, as if longing to be swung through through a big flouring Bull. or P:ISS ,n called the provisions or tho two acts. 1 think it tho ."Well, madame, hai.oui-fc-j- i 6chemoor tho act of lSSSisto be abandoned survive the shock of a defeat. It will transported back some twenty centuries tho hot summer air. Pre.entlv a nortlv hour in a foundry? 'ft-'arc dozcns Mrs, B it should be repealed and another law sub- be dissolved into its original ele- as we linger over the sharply cut and gentleman, with his vest unbuttoned, .!.... I ..- where patient J.Ullli'tV 114 lt'J v.on.irfirn?' night W stituted, or the sections of the old act should Hn would have landed on' ihepave disarranged, his hat setback of places to be visited useful. Each be amended in such a way t hat the existing ments, which will attach themselves to graceful inscriptions to the conjux bin and his mouth well open, tripped up the you can learn something to broaden nent if he had," replied the lsw would bo clear." either tho Democratic party or somo or the loved and lamented point you seize upon help Notably do the vetoes of Governor Cleve-l- other organization representing the opet filitu of those long past days Within- path. Ho stretched his arms, wiped ofl and enlighten your mind! and make a he threw the whole box of pills .outyOf , show that they have been dictated by recess several cippi are not un- the perspiration, and seeing the bench erasd common sense. But a brief glance at position on some issue concerning which .t sintrlp .nstejwi the window." well posted man of ' 1R his poitivo acts will show that ho hns also public opinion will be divided. d frcquently accommodated, with praise- mado for it and sat down. He grabbed nf shnniiinrintrnn'nffpr'a'irood "My. dear," said an time in been or service to the State of New York in 'J. dinner, economy of space. It is said the fan andswooped it in the air. Right jusj That the hour of final defeat for the worthy fignlng Dlds. Ily this it should not be undor-6tothe swamp, go down to the rouud house citizen to his wife at a that to veto bills is merely or nogative g. o. p. is at hand is evident. It is that extensive catacombs range from away ho gave a tremendous sneeze; re- and look over the mechanism of a loc- After he had swallowed a piece of meatEn s Mrvicc, for it is usually a service the most exat :, theso princely gardens to Rome, of peated it; repeated it again; repeated it omotivego into a whe&t elevator and I whose temperature was ,,. the boiling rMitlvo kind when a Gotcruor stops the divided against itself to a greater I i,.y : 4,1 o .u!. .1 .. r .1 eaactment or bad laws that haro been passed tent even than was threatened in 1876, which tho'vicw, seen through the stems twice more, and thrice more again. see hpw curiously everything is ar- POint, "my uuai, iuis iuvu is su nut, ji hythe Legislature and that havo come to him before the Ha-e- s poultice was applied. of tho pines and ilex groves, is one of Then he gazed at tho fan, dropped it, rangedgo into a raachino shop and will take tho coat off my stomach." rw approval. Amomr tho chltt measures that hate been signed by Governor Cleveland are Hayes united the forces then, and kept tho tnosf delightful imaginable, and scowled at his hands, and with steady see how iron caiuhaurnud as easily as "Well, what do you want of a coat on stride made for the pump, muttering pine go into two or threo that have changed the order of the Independents in line, but the party prompts bne to exclaim, with Shelley: mill down your stomach this weather?" was the . things that prevailed hitherto by placing tho enrses with each breath. Next came a where O time! response. Tho husband was so Itomcf O completion of tho new Capitol on a sound was beaten at the polls by a quarter of "O whose last life! I climb, saw .blocks of stone by they steps business basis and by maintaining tho com- a million majority. The Democratic Oa will return tho glory of your primer sleekly dressed swell. He was fanning steam go somewhere and see some- confused that he rushed out of doors emt """ pleted portion upon correct and economical party has in 1S8J, as it had in 1876, a When with his hat. He saw the fan. and swallowed the day's supply of ice, London Society. thing to post yourself-Al- t! princip.es. Various bills of great interest to t.1 "Lucky, by Jove!" he said, as ho sat the ee oral localities in the State hate also reform Governor of New York as its hm. if toil only realized how which the ice dealer had just. left on the been approved. The bill rcjulrinir telegraph candidate, and in other points is even ,r,;j M down on the bench. A Colossus of Colossi. much this country will depend upon sidewalk. Tray. Times antl otner wires to do piaceo unaergrouna in better equipped for the contest. HereHe grabbed the palm leaf. He dropped you twenty vearf .nonce you wouldn't Now York and Brook.) n has betimes,' said a. man,- - ui tne cities of thore no tofore the weight of pres3 influence has In the course of the excavations at it. He sneezed. He looked at his hand waste your" time you will sooner or entering tho office of a busy editor, come a law. as lias also a bill guarllng the interests of the people while making less com- been thrown into the Republican side San there have been dis- and straightway made for the pump. later have to take hold as the rest of us "when you can write better thanat rjtijf plicated tho machinory for organizing street of the scales, the Democrats having closed several portions of a red granite Tho park was now becoming fnll of did. There willibe t'ie same strife for other times?" "Yes.' "Ah, 1 thought railways in cities. The official lifo or Governor Cleveland is but one paper of any consequence in colossal statue of Rameses H.which, people. A portly young lady m white, riches as you see so. That men who write must consul very monotonous and i cry irksome. Ho is at New York to aid them, and that ono when whole, must havo been the largest attached to a slim young man in brown, place and fame andwno has wasted his their mental condition, I have no doubt morning till lato at bis desk from early in the and the boy being rather eccentric statue known. It appears to havo been meandered up tho path. nUht. and his hours of rest aro few when tho sometimes time will bo tk man who is pushed Now, tell me, when can you" write! w legislature Is ia session. His callers arc as an ally. Xow the Repub.icans a standing figure of the usual type, "0, ain't we fortunate?" she said. here jostled there and driven to the best?" "When I am alone," the editor, $ many and they are not nlwaj s considerate of can command tho services of onlv crowned with tho crown of Upper "Here's a shady bench and just look, back and beca me way ot replied, but the bore, on whom the Eni-is time. Yet he never locs his temper. Ho " seats truly democratic and ho is i ery readily ap- ono paper of limited circulation anil Ijypt, and supported up the back by a there's a big fan, too." is world. M. made no impression, continued to faHct'-rl-,tho busy, pro iched. An hour is taken from his desk dubious influence. Tho World has be pilaster. Judging from tho dimensions They sat down. Sho picked up the until the exasperated, newspaper murtnAW for lunch, and rather more than one for his come u power in New York ionrnalism. of various parts, such as the ear and dinner. fan antl shook it in her face. A look of suggesteu. mat a aeuuim . mo "- - . Cleveland resides in the Executive and leads the Cleveland forces, and the the instep, and comparing tho proporGovernor Kennedy, of Stam- swung on hinges. Arkansas xrav- Mr. Thora Mansion which has been occupied by all the Democratic candidate is warmly sup- - tionate size of the cartouches (which sorrow came into her eyes and a sneeze an ingenious, eller. ' into her nose. Tho young man in brown Governors, from Tilden down. He keeps no Conn., ba3jdel'-3ei- by the herald and Times. In are three feet wide) with .those engraved snatched it. He also dropped it. Then ford, horses, his preferences being to walk. In per IjTS though perhaps ofc very effective, must is large and heavy. His face is lull eon bo oston tile conditions have similarly ipon. other statues, this colossus the two showed each other their hands. means for subaahig the rebellious spirit Ih the Ceaatry. without showing tho extreme fullness that feet high from They took out their handkerchiefs 111 been ninety-eighave daughter. ever7 corpulent person has. Iu fact tho ex- changed, the Democrats being aided and in his sevent&n-year-ol- d pression of his face is of an unusually pleas- tho battlo for reform by all but two tho foot to the crown. Together with began wiping. Presently they left tho Returned Prodigal "Dearl .DeJurj-.-.Tho father objected to her keeping Detroit Free I'rts. ant nature. papers. It is the same throughout tho its pedestal, which wo can scarcely seat. Then two small boys crept from nnmrmnvivith-voangmen- , but his ex-- How little the old farm has changed. ... was in ono piece with it, it would behind near clump of tre'es, country. Tho secular and religious a they grin- postulations had no efiect on the girl. Honest Farmer "Very few changes' The Career of Thomas A. Hendricks. journals of largest circulation and doubt altogether be about 115 feet high. The ning portentously. They saw tho fan. At hut they quarreled, and the parent have been made, my son. You wilL find vf Everyone is familiar with tho name and srreatcst influence arc lisrhtinjr on tho creat toe measures eighteen inches One of them took it by tho top and seized a pair of ea" and cut off his things pretty much as you left.fathena.,e record, ot Thomas A. Hendricss, the inan who side of re'orm and honest administra across- - Thatitwas a monolith is almost moved off. "Billy," sai'd he to his comblack hair, giving twenty years ago. Oyer there . of the Un ted States wftselected daughter's bea-i?from the factthatall thelargest deprived " In 1676. and who, and quietlyof his rights, sub- o tion with the regenerated Democratic certain panion, "we'll git some more 'lasses 'en as a reason for d$wg it that he believed apple trec'you planted. to the great are without any joint; nor does red pepper 'en try her party. The party no longer sudors for statues mitted patiently "Yes, th'e same tree, only larjeeri and 40O agin." Balti- it would keep he away from the boys. of of wnich he, as tho this seem lncreiuoie, smcu mero mo more American. he again laek of funds with which to pay tho exI made Portthe people, was the victim. there is the Hartford chosen canttands befpro the people as the tho office to penses of speakers, circulate campaign obelisks nearly as long. But this may Democracy' to didate of the documents and employ canvassers. claim to have been the tallest and n6"Yes; poor Carlo! He died pf oU age a oat r;,v" Another Now Yorkbolle has married Goveraor of Alaska will rewhich he was once elected, and arter the 4th The prospect of success has brought the heaviest statue that we know of, as tho tbe Attorney-Genera- l, ton years ago. That dog you see is IM of March next will grace the office to which 700 tons, to an Italian prince. He is a real one. ceive 83,000 a question, for the sec- financial support necessary for the alone would weigh the people will, beyond mtT ' Secretary and Treasurer grandson.,r 0 and tie runs six cnairs, live him. ond time call of a campaign. Every- .whicb the accessories would prob- the "brush" is dressed livery. chwkeH-hou- s salaries may seem A. Hendricks was born September proper conduct over there 13 in ""And. Thomas There AW each. Thef thing indicates tho triumph of principle ably add as much again. A total i ."L. .. vo 17 1S19. on a t arm near Zanesvillo, O. When ct,.. : ...... bo remembered fr?tffnM: imall, but it fra helped to build for old "Bldd-months old his parents romoted to over the corrupt elements of politics. weigh- - of 1,200 tons is most likely isn America. be was no lte Mis to pay. brood." N. Y. Graphic in '. that they will Madison, Ind. His uncle William, who after- Boston Globe. ..fr '. wisi-l-k-'- r under, rather than over, the actual sum. -ward became Governor of Indiana, and Vt!lnil.lnh.ul 'oW "Yes: poor old Biddy! I build-jn- United States Senator from that The statue has been cut up into George Parker, a farmer aged thh ty known you were coming home." the Blaine aud Logan should at once State, was then a member of 1KB National blocks by Sheshank III. and used Key, a colored clergy-"Why?" years, died at McMiunville, Oregon, a House of ReprcscntAthea. Iu whereThomas' enter into an agreement to stick by each Rev. W. the lad mthe construction of the great pylon; few days ago, froi tho eQecLs of in- nan of rather removed to Shelbyville, ""Because I might have saved fceJ btf ie uncus that ho enTen his early recelted college education. Laterand, aft-I- other. It would look bad if one or the hence, only small pieces ot a few tons flammation, produced by cr, at South Hanoi swallowing wero used! construction of his I took her to marktlast week. tered tho other of them should join the stamped each are now to be seen. W. Flindcn began tho stuay or law with to Cle eland. graduation, tlclpkw (ML. cracked cherry pits. Denver Tribune, share h. laic Mulor x ShelbrviUe. He completed I " r, Sketch of Groter Cleveland. The present Governor of the Stiro ot Now Ywk, and tho Democratic nominee for President of the Cultea States, comes from a New Poland sto'k. His Aaron Ciejeh"111. was born in 1741. at ono or the Uaadams that dot the Connecticut ltier Just aheTO its mouth. He was a man of great talents, and his inclinations led him Into the ministry. Ills charges wero in Connecticut, w here ho d.edlnls.5. One or his sons was "Fathor Cleveland," the dry mwionary of Boston, who d ed in 1ST2 at yeans. A tneS0f ono hundred Coxe. boflodaughter nurneU Dr. Samuel H. bon. Dr. A.C. Coxe.lst.io Kpiseopal Uihop or W ostcrn rk The second .on, William, w as tho Kef (rrtfldraiher of Groxer Ciei eland. A sou of tilam. named Itichard. was tho thpresentCioeniorof Now Ycrk. father of ltichatd Cleveland was born lit Norwich, Connec'icut, jnfrOl and graduated at 1 ale College in 1.. Iyor bis classmates still survive. After tqjthlng school aud studying theology .it VrSceton he was ordained a I'rcsbyterian in jsj-Ills flnt charge was Wtfdhain, Connecticut. In 1S2) h marrlwl at a QMSinvrpi .oner ieall. of Ualtiinon. a lion ha mil charge or cliuroliux.Iii 1'ortamolitl., Jr&bl!ii nn.1 r.lilunll Vtu(S.lf oftn.w).lA). lie 'Went toraj cltevi'le.' near ,vacu,!e, New lorfc Thony! ho wMit tn Itnllnml l.itfnf iicarl tlca. New York, where ho died In lbo-s ire aiol ut tho same place In lbSi, aged fentyTighu a few montlit bororo triumph of her son Giv or ut tho P1 in Not ember of the same year, ha 1 nine children, the flfth of tvnom Stephen VcTC,rB' ,K,rl1 at Caldwell. N. . March in. 1827. 0 TOg naiiie.l for his lather's Pieaecesser in the pastorate, but dropped the jtephen" because ovcrjbody called him rpver. when his father died Grovcr was nrtcen years old. In the course of a few months bo warne tho ot his brother who had ciiargo of a assistant b'ind asylum. Then, in et out for the West in company with1K, ho ms young friends who o wibed to ono of grow-uwith the country- - Both or the young men "were attracte 1 by tho city ot Clevoland-- on account or tho name. Hut friends in UulTalo persuaded thejoiins men to stop in that city anu brot or t leveland entered tho law olbco othojxers. Bow en & ltogersas a student. A iioeral salary was soon allotted him becauo he lit-eri- ry nil-Ut. run-5iiu- .rr - dl-.- - I un u -- .ii,rayi., .. 1 " g. "''"TJC"' i 1 ivy-cla- I '"u, --I- 'he 1 nl-.- e I e ... vyou A raliSSrtj :.& WCfct thodls-"".Jusb- ed e pcr-on- nl Hon-drir- ks Jth y' od' i a!-- p bald-head- ed Sa-jbi- na d . ...i-St- f new-bor- .li.- Bur-fai- o: Bo-fo- re i-- t. ll to-da- o lawye- rc-eiv- e d, ! i( ?itK'aa.:5r:ir;: !ibi it fnu&migjttari&& hi i in "- d time-piec- e. oue-wheel- Uneon-EtituUona- L .r buti-her-sho- wind-papere- d. iiccc-ear- r, to-da- y. T it-- ii half-consum- '- -- dul-cissim- o, t 0 -- lady,-"for:- diI d jm yoii-AD- d over-heateto-da- y, ol m j.-t- &;p-"mn- S t (Zoan-Tani- s) .. ;' -: to-da- v, money-makin- g j ht 0 m Vice-Preside- nt al &t out-rag- repre-ontatTo-da- y uo - dog-hou- se fott.j,y- ---The d fio-nr- e .,. bath-room- s, S2,-50- .! lx W. I -- -- V I t- It !r "Vr.S" L I gS?J3SgfaggjgwgPMq O ' ' -- ww--, v &. AlivF sr . ':!'!( The Bescuo of Ureely. I just remember heari made a say with a round oath.' jlf. i ineA confounded -Then I rushed to myl"11- - h,0USC' GEORGE WARREN, PublUher. paced mv room several and.rj KENTUCKY. duced .1 poem, of which I66116 coP,C3to HICOIAN. the Comet andtoEle3nrmultancous" -- Tie HicKman Courier. 9 - : ",' . t lv: 'l MOTHER'S ROOM. I'vo wandered Ion? and wandered far, tfv land and sea, in perilous ways, And vivid lights of later j ears .Have cast a shade o cr youtiinu aays; the But in wtltn palaco or U10 tent, 1 1 anrtir nrTmnln lilnnm K My totin- - heart remembers well r1"" irjiio in icy inuiuur a ruuui. Jb Tartar tents, at xnMnurht hour, The Asian moon hfph in the sky, ream, I've seen the The coal fire blazinjr merrily: The red jrcranlums, fuchsias, rnupk. That made the southern windows fair; The basket full of needlework; . crinwon-curtaincd Beltrd.aJ'T Tet, love. noaiy eU?lcW tast0 The half their Joy andiSftn055' fain and a pair of blooming cheeks, which proved to belong to a marvelously Eretty girl. An air of rusticity about me as sho tripped along to respectlully address h,er. "Am I near any hotel ?" "O no," she answered; "the hotel's at Hicksville Centre. That," pointing to the lake, "is Hick's Pond. Tho picnic is down ,i Pea-vin- 4- - "". 1 FARM es AT FIRESIDE. ufeiTC Time drags so isllkeayearof m.Bts'.flight f Krmr.fc" and 'S' wen 8 The pally cushioned rocking-chairAnd often, too, in brilliant halls. Among- the beautiful and jray, X sudden silenco o'er me falls 1 see the room so far away. The whito-hairemother in her chair, Tho hinging; bird within its cj-tTbo open lllblo on the stand. The sunshine streaming o'er its page. d c, 4 T tfe U motherl mother! mother, dear! Within thy room so sweet and calm, To think of theo is almost prayer, . uTay memory is liki a palm. . Wheal was but a little lad. With Dick and Janet at thy knee, I did not love thee half so well, did not seem as closo to thee. ' Now, little Janet dwells afar, And Dick has made another homo, While I, in eag-e- restless life. ar over lanu ana ocean roam. .But O! Iiowpft in dawuing's calm, SAnd In the evening's tender gloom. We intit again, in loving thought, By'mother'B side, in mother's room 1 lAXUe E. Rirr. in If. 1". O. t lgsr back parlor came thejag-eo- f ano, and, sung in ahig strident voice, the vulgar air knovra as "Johunj" Sands." But the woffc'-- They were my poem, tho gentle ofrilow of a simmering love, and thev5oro bawled out with horrid sentimeafW. diversitied by groans, obs atjd'hcr dramatic de-Then came at comic inierludef fol: lowed by another d another couplet Then with a delisting burlesque of fervor: ingly, and hurrying to reach the uoor. Too late. Sbersced upstairs, and down through the house sounded: "To-morre- r! ciously; so I ventured:113 feel there is some mag&rtic bond between us, some mystenftos sympathy, " 1p some The speech was cutsfcert. From the, Fo,rd And so I sailed on through a dozen verses. That I can recall them is now ray worst misfortune. The next evening I sd to Eleanor: "O, Miss Ford, if ou wHl only permit me to pour out mv feelie3 n poetry? "I'm very fond of verses, she an swered, diplomatically. ,, "I couldn't sleep lawght, I I formed hor. in tTilKnfr'toaeS. thinking of you." She received tho compliment gra- To morrow? Yes, and A thousand sweet St Wcs3 m-s- at 1 tiiQ V1' A XIDSCJUIER A. 3L1DSESS. Tho rosy Host' But yesterdayl fahi would sta-a- y llfoaltwild and tempest driven. Whoso uch teiho man whoso tears implore thee. stern heart melts and pleads before j,,j, Tho freckled fellow, who wore a pink j A thousand sMt While the nobjest sentiments of my calico shirt and a silk hat, showed no soul were being thus held up to scorn! inclination to leave us. "Say, Lizzie," said he, "come to tho I naced the room in great excitement! But Eleanor apologized sweetly, and swing, and I'll put yer up real high." o, thank you," Lizrio responded, though tho wretched tune, wedded to those words, kept ringing in my earj rather shortly. "All right," said he, and turned on (for, to this day, I only hum "Johnny Sands," andback.coines every line), I his heel. "That's Iko Carter," Lizzie whisset about anothereffusion at once: . pered. j. , - p Lenore. art thou a dream. . . v AMiivisionrdoth seem. "0, the fellow who chasedjyon?" "zybSt foi? me. 'Ybsl'tliafnnhappv thy .form So fair "Yes. Ike's ' always" up to some-thin'- ," passing set down events in Tis like ?onio Llyslan. gleam"' . f Fro land3 which expression being followed Of course it was printed in tho Comet by a pout and a shrug, I interpreted as "Jack, I've seen her! I've seen her!" I said tp Jack Clemente, bquncinj in j a marked cony sent to Eleanor, and J unfavorable to Ike. "Pnust,telly;ou,":T ,said to Lizzie, upoHMJirmoifq hot Sunday, about closely followed the tribute. As I eu"that I" am of the Comei." ' riererSninu how many years ago, for hall like a monstrous grasshpper. "The which?" she inquired, pleasthere's a lady in the cae, and she "Hello'." said she, and nodded; then, antly. ferttr iloenlt loqk, hor age. with swinging around tho newel-pol wmceu anuie, out comtortcd my-- 1 "Seen, whom?" drawled Jack. ia one long arm,' she landed herself a aim uv inniKing now easy it would bo "The loveliest girl in the world. She sits about half way; up tho middle third of the way up stairs. There she to tram that rustic tongue. We then took a long walk, far away jtitJaimfcit. Clark's Church, Fair hair. sat down. Hun? defiance at me with a 'flourish of her hands, and began shout from the noisy crowd, for Lizzie's in.blue uyes, slight iijrure. pink bqnnet, j poem to the tune of nocence, and perhaps her lack of breedd frock. Who is site Jack?" ing out my last "Pop GoestbeAVtasel." . ing, made her quite unconcious of imSuch ,a question was not hopelc in "u you were a boj" I hissed at her, propriety in wandering off with a o New York tlfse uays,' when with concentrated rage, Ttl wring stranger. Heaven knows that, as for lived within narrower boundaries. me, my head was too much in tho clouds 'Let's see,." said Jack. "Humph! your villainous little neck!" "Pooh!" responded ilidgc, with con- to admit jof any conduct not strictly iiorly mouth, longish nose? That's , sub-editor I was r very harmless and kindly boy of nineteen I wrote that rerse as a description of myself. Worse, E was proud of the production, and believed ruysclf'a born poet as. well as a desperate lover. Perhaps there are pasbin disturbances in tho brain cells which produce manias so iunocent that thev escape medical re oguition, and so rcaMyjfibne might easily take some fatal stepvliilojhei not a responsible being. Certain it is tliaf during a few weeks of hallucination, front- which-- 1 emerged coof and sane, my fate was decided, , the lot of a married man was marked W-he- thee. "ilidgc!" exclaimed Eleanor.jreprov- Yes, and wo shall ber-les- s "You whees-pcre- tCo-ni- o 'j "And you've been at the picnic?" "Yes. O, wo always have a picnic on the Fourth. Iko Carter was me, so I cut through the woods." "Very rude of Iko Carter," I remarked. "O, he's always doin' somethin' or other," the young person responded, vaguely. "Where," I asked, can I get luncheon ?" "Why, come to tho picnic," sho said, cordially. "There's lots to eat there." "But may I know to whose politeness I am indebted ?" "O," she answered, after a moment's peqdexity, "you mean what's my name ? Lizzie Crabb. Father's farm is at Hicksvillo Corners." There were eertaiHly solecisms in her speech, but they might be corrected, 1 thought; and what a lovely face! Hero was revenge ! I would marry this girl. I'd walk into Su Mark's every Sundav with my wife by my side. Eleanor should see that somebody would marry me, and that somebody a very beautiful creature, too. My superior social standing, and abovo all, on the Comet would, of course, mako tho mattor easy to arrange. It seems incredible that a young man of sounil mind could bo so impractical and so absurd. Ah! there's tho very point. Was 1 of sound mind ? Liz ie took mo to the picnic, and I ate sandwiches and pushed our acquaintance. Presently a short, thickset country fellow with a fiat face, rod hair, and freckled skin camo up, and asked, familiarly: "Who's. your friend, Lizzie?" "Mr. Graham, from Sew York," said Lizzie, boastfully emphasizing my-positiothg-prope- there." noun. st dore-colore- well-to-d- tempt. . ' "Nb, iooTrell pouting lips, rioso like wax-work- ." h wan uuiupiuAiuu, aiuopiug "tmip. ysuouluers: that a." Gkb a white 4?Thi3 girl has a skin g "Ha! just so! rather?" Jack suggested. "A sweet, sort of smile, and killing dimples." Sickly-lookinsugar-and-water asserted li'DknowJackA.Mi.;n.. with confi- 'rYnMn in : iin..l Ik "--- - - csJl 'That," said Jack, "is Eleanor Ford T tnrnr hor Tito in n intrnilnnoil eh?" muca uisgusieu. .j, "sue nas uimpies .wi.v..ivtu,J1 ''Oifefii"wiWu1-SSiL,,c.t-IPlvon- early the bulky shadow of Jack Clements filled tho "doorway. "Brought you some said he. And Eleanor actually fell to devouring French candy. "If I were in love with a girl I'd bring her something to eat," I remembered that expression of Jack's too well, and, filled with gloom and misanthropy, I went homo and worried.put those darkjines, sugar-plums," . That evening-wa- s unlucky.- - Very They looked YcryTSjronic jroou type in tue Sim lnnffl hfii-i- r in ny-- face while o9. iut Aiidire: nnilSfntK lamrlmi set up in e "i.iKe it', u, JacK, yon ro mv best friend!" and I seized Jack's powerful hand in mv slight fingers, J9 !2yHe,shookime off, ind eying me up and down, remarked : "You're going to fall in love." to? I am in love," j g "O, fairest, when thy teaser glances Shall learn to greet love's warm uavanccs,,' M f iou've srot the sentimental fever: nil thy pliant, rosy graces vhen jostrboj-- s have it, earlvorlatc. You're An? trembling to my cto--o embraces. Then shalt thou know, with bliss supernal. rather early, just nineteen last week," That love, love only, la eternal." Jack went'ou, iu hi i merciless matter- It's useless to linger over all these way, '"and a very s tender, pret- you are. The j distressing particulars, but after two chap ;r aiir .niii-jnn:ini iviin you, my gentlo wecKS 01 not June ana juiy mirhLs tifc- SColh-.Bv-tho-wahow's the fiomem votcd to agonizing' forirhvmes. I folt that I had passed a full profinancially, I mean." bation, I practiced a declaration and hated to be called."Colly," tT delivered it- most passionately, The IrS mrT natnq heing Collingwood. Graliaro. time was twilight. ,'r I hated to be called and "Eleanor," said I, ''fate has designed 3Mriliated to bo questioned about the We have been acflfcW CoracisliBanccs. The fact was, in con- - us for each other. quainted two long weeks. Mv love, js sideration of certain capital duly subscribed by mv father. I was connected madnes desperation v Dea'rest, be J ... Wii. .:fnl" 11J affWitk that struggling and sliort-live- d I attempted to seize'her hand, but da't paper known as the Comet; and! up bribkly, and made vuuirceuevea that tho destiny of the Eleanor sprangthe romantic twilight short work of bv nation hung upon my contributions. 'YouUi-bette- r blazing every burner irrthe chandelier. observed Jack,-"g- et '" intbsome paying business groceries Then she laid, very distinctly; "Please stop this nonsense. I don't or dry goods or something marketalike it." ble." k "There are' matters of "more import- " "Elcanorv" I cried, "do you reject ance than .hides and leather,"! re- me?" marked, reflecting on Jack' mercantile ,, "Hold your tongue," said the young j lady. pursuits. "But 1 have poured out my soul o "But a good hide means value in any . . jgifKa ofcthotworld and among any peo- yon in poetry." "Yeea," answered Eleanor, wih ple," retorted Jack. "1 believe in the tangible. Colly. Now if Lwerc in- - love leisurely sarcasm, "and how charming Then.sho-laughea- ttUk ari7Td!bo careful to bring her it is, set to music!" cruelly laughed. t "w&jVsdmethihg good to eaV- "Eleanor, don't drive mo to suicide)" "Ah, Calibao.U said I, survcyin"I sobbed out, wildly; and I'm ashamed Jagkis immense bulk and full, ham some face with easy contempt, "you to confess Iwas &o nutans to try to ems . brace her. don't wuv. She slipped neatly uudermy extended VI was Ca,iD&n1s only an- - arms, and. facing me angrily, delivered $Mi --? " ! final blow: .' Within twenty-fou- r hours Jack took. the straight-o- ut of the "Go away, fro ri818,,10511 of those big houses in Uondj t"3 iStfettdearme! Bond Street was a house, yon silly, bad, insulting boy. jvhorrid'littlo goose, and nobony line neighborhood then), and pro- - You'rt; would 'marry you." Then she. marched jiounceu me iiappy words: "iMiss Ford, upstairs... .. t . " $& - say friend, Mr.jGrabam''' v, I felt for my hat, and stumbled 'to I made an enraotured fflurmnr. the front door. On the steps I, passed "Wto JsiAVfYotljfmArkrl fn 2tr"""-?;:'V"'"nnan oAnfAreoiiAn Clements; He was carrying a " r ": and I only bent upon' her a distracted Jack basket of early peaches. dainty stare. "Something? to cat!" I ejaculated, and ViSP5ntSi Savo 2irown, anu at last xTO0 a ak lew rea with a sneer, which Jack provokingly oticreu answered by pleasantly smiling, as lit cJwCTmarii8-vinJ- r tragic jocks, sighed deeply,- he' were ingood humor and good luck. , tjien ieu into .melancholy contcmpla- J .rushed uuu, uij i;i.uiitoH;uuti liivauui a Jiiuu. rushed to home, rushed out again, the Cbjud office, tried to "While ia this attitude of pensive write, tried to sleep, tried to eat, tried adoration I became conscious that tlm t urn Tnw'frvi vius. - by waiiong. nn ac folding-door- s at tho end of the parlor" jas :n "y morning, sat down on .11,0.1 or..r van fil "ZTJi V.t "'t a Dench in Union Shuare. By that y Hi'"" timel was no Ion r in love, "lou'ro uic. oivui rjiEuuur; noma nine "Don't open the door in that way, marry you! goose, and noDouy wouiu Those words rankled in Midge; it's not polite. That is my .sis- my soul, and with clenched hands and ter," she explained to ns. "Her real eyes bent on vacancy I was meditatjng Bff- - is Adelaide, but wo call K her a deep revenge! "But how?" said 1, aixiuu utwuau iu scums w ui uer VVL- - in the style of the melodramatic hero tr. 'f did ''but hovr? That is the question.'' Just It it fitted her exactly. She then fizz! wefit something under the as a child, .of thirteen, sat, a small boy r ' beneh on c'.. and prcternaturally quick hooted at which I remembered it bi, 'and I ui iuuuiiu. ouu wore a oagg'' sort was thenoisy.detestableFourth of July. , aad carao sliding and Jure were already gathering m wriggling into tho room. She knots about tfee park:-- the drum and me, .said, "Hello!" and fife stUBgwytired ears, and i wandered shaking into a chair all sidewise, sho off toward the East River. A steamer 1 JwoRonefioofc andindustriously swunothat looked rather inviting was just .. .Uwtber. I resumed the speechless worship. casting heroes, and,' halfin a dream, I stenoed oakni bat presently came an explosion of Every kftiMKHiror so the boat went ftt spattering laughter from Miss Mide. bumping up ,; tjrhea"tfee young wild-oa-t jumped up," Iepe hm&Aagainst some dock, and At one of Q aBd off. v? topje4lboth hands on her heart. these sloppy tho man at the gang-plaa- k wgheu deeply, with a rushing, audible fereatn, ejaculated "O myl" aod' with' aad I yeM "Hicksville Landing P' maother fusillade cf tittering ran out of into a tbowtk I'd cm ashore. Striking sWiytntry road. I followed it. 3rrar - recw. , .. dists lM lint of a lake. ".!.-- .paraaiT x asicea, Jbieanor. m ifer .3vi s an answer to way, ,?When may I come again?' that riddk Tat .. but how?" 9NMaewered, half jestingly, "O, to- i9n ;ar presented ocrow, if yo like.' ' igjrom the Erphired, delighted, I scarcely boshes ;i pretty littlo SHMLllC. rmr bow I reached the sidnvalk, but head t' Sark ringlets, ..-liGoinof-fa- ct i v, true-lover- shelhviated them, by every oarnarous met of aa libitum singing, to the air of .'.'A frog he would go." One particularly ardent stanza was her special delight, and she clasped the air and rolled up her eyes to illustrate it worthily. 's oftI - rosy-cheeke- d, - 7i - 1 - tin(lrstlBrl-liili?frlinrnmr.1w.,j-- -. -' -- "wi-iwu- j 0 , irv- -- - yMTiLT'j.... iTs'''"K"t :- "iHr loner-limbe- d. thX chivalrqusr When Ve came back, Ike Carter, who was lounging on a rock called out: "Hero's a crood seat; como rest yourselves." "Xo," Lizzie answered, and pulled mc away. "O, that's the ticket, is it?" said Ike, and lounged again. Ike'sunmoved countenance convinced me that our growing intimacy was no annoyance to him, yet his was a faco not adapted to the conveyance of emotion. It was of a loathery texture, and overlaid by n fungus of continent freckles that seemed to bind down any power of facial expression. He wore, one might say, a sort of " iron mask," and very suitably, too, for Iko was the blacksmith's assistant. Having been so recently in practice, I found courtship an easy matter, and Farmer Crabb was quito'friendlj'. "So you're one o' them newspaper chaps.eh?" said he, turning upon mo his large, fresh, good natured face. of the Comet" 1 re"I am plied, proudly, producing a copy of the "Here's my name. And see, wrote that article of two columns." "Ya'as," said Crabb; "just so. And did yer pHnt them columns, too?" "Of course not; that's the printer's work." "Ya'as;" and Crabb grew ver- - reflective. "Ya'as. There was a news-Iiapfeller in Hicksvillo once before. n drunken loafer njo good at at all; Joe Johnson was his name. Ho printed, he did; he was well on in tho business, but he said thepaperbusincss kept Jiiop. up ,0' nights, and Jed to drinkin'. Ya'as. So your father lives in Albany," the farmer rambled on. "That's somethin' of 11 nlace. I hear. "but I guess it don't come up ter Hicksville. We consider we've got about tho finest place in the world here. Ya'as. hat ain't to be found in Hicksville Center, to Bogg's store, why, nobody 'ain't got no cali to want." I slightly shuddered at my future s conversational gifts; still, Lizzie might bo removed from her old associations, aud certainly sho had the beauty of a wild rose. In fact, I began a poem. "O, wild rose by tho silver lake;" but I had no change to think up any more lines, because Iko Carter so continually haunted me Ho was pleased to disregard my real name, and call me "ATcw York," with a peculiar emphasis. It was, "Guess I'll stay awhile, fow York;" or, "Goin' out? I'll go with yer, New York," until I was obliged to shut tho door of my room, and say distinctly that I wished to be ' alone. " J . All right; then . Til sit here," Ike would answer, and station himself on the piazza of the hotel, close by my window. Even at night I could hear tho scraping of his chair, that was always tipped back against my closed blinds. When I went to Crabb's farm he would trudge along by my side, his fiat face ."perfectly 'expressionless neither glad or sorry, nor observant nor reflective. At the' gate he'd say, 'Well, A'cwOTork, I'll leave yer now"; but ho always rejoined me oh the way home. Itaid in Hicksville a week; then, all niysriotions being 'highly honorable,, I resolved; as, Lizzie was motherless and very young, to speak to her father before committing her to a promise. Yet, as 3vc stood by an- - open window in tho moonlight, I did say, "Lizzie, "I'm awful tend of you, too," she responded, and gave me a kiss from Tier 1. fresh lips. At this I went straight to the front Eorch, where her father was smoking sub-editer V father-in-law'- ' -- loose-jointe- d, fS?t-jfcock- The-miliWK- y -- rttfttf?1. - - . T- - lffidrtlll t,rjm jjbw "Mr. Crabb." said I, "I wish to marry your daughter. My name is well known on the Comet. I hope the alliance will please you." "Ya'as," answered Mr. Crabby "I suspicioned you was hangin' round for that. But no, sir; we had a newspaper chap in Hicksvillo before. Joe Johnson was a hard case, and he said the newspaper business dragged a man into drink. No, young man; Lizzie sha'n't marry no one o your trade." "'Trade?' I am a writer, not a dninken printer." "Ya'as, I know. O, we ain't green to Hicksville. But if the men that print are a low set, what must it be when yer git down ter the writers?" But the writing is much higher work than the printing." I explained. "Look hc.ro," said Crabb, "yer tell me that a man like Joe Johr.jon, that can print a whole uowspaper, beau- - Chicairo. s c't Another vital chapter has been added to tho fearfully Interesting history ot Hicksville! No.!dS?twStS?3teS Arctic expeditions and polar disasters to marry my daughter; not wffn "xnsu in the hardy rescue of tho unfortunate gt tun' on n tho blacksmith Unfii Grcely and his compauions from their wilhn' er haveher." Then,turnhi-t- o perilous prison of ice. The GovernLizzie, he asked: "Do you life this ment expedition in search of the lost writin' feller better'n Ike Carter?" explorers has been successful to the ex"Lizzie," I reminded her, "vou said tent of finding seven survivors of the you were fond of me." hibernal rigors aud merciless hard"Well, so I am." she answered hes- ships of frozen desolation that overitatingly, and looked radiant in the came soventeen of tho original number. moonsnine; "thatis, I feel awful friend-lTho expedition of which Lieutenant toyou. Then Ike and I had a quar- Greoly, U. S. A., had command was rel, and wasn't I glad to show m I equipped by this Government for scienh could have a citv beau?" tific purposes, acting in harmony with nou'''"' in(inred her father, an international arrangement for the "u11, .. sot yer to quarreling with Ike?" conduct of circum-pola- r meteorological "Why, it was to tho picnic," Lizzie obscnations, the result of the conferanswered. "Ike tried to kiss me and 1 ence held at Hamburg, Germany, in ran away through the woods' and 187l. Lieutenant Greoly and his party wouldn't let him." embarked in the good ship Proteus, "Ha! ha!" roared tho father; "that's landed at a point on tho northwest coast young folks all over. But what made of Discovery Bay in 1881, occupying one yer so disobligin' to Ike, Lizzie' of the eight polar stations, others of "Don't know," said Lizzie, arcblv. which were assigned to England, Ger"just for teasin', I suppose, for I'w many, Holland, Austria, Russia, Swereal fond of Ike, and I never refused den, Norway and Denmark. It was him a kiss before." the intention to occupy this spot for a "Lizzie!" I cried. Tho shame and tho j ear, taking note of observed changes surprise, as my eyes opened to tho fact simultaneously with the corps of the that pretty Lizzie was an ignorant irl other stations. The surrounding counwith most crude notions of doliwoy try was mountainous, abounding iu glawould let me say no more. ciers and patches of ice and snow even "0, Hike you, too," Lizzie continued, in the height of summer. Though the kindly; "but Iko, you know well, he's sea was open at the date of landing, always up to somethin', chasm' mo ot Robinson's Channel, leading into it from foolin' round. I'd rather marry Ike, il Discovery Bay, was impassably blocked with ice. The last heard from the he's willing to make up." Stunned beyond the power ofrpcech party was by report October 13, 1881, summer day. I simply walked away in perfonco. tho end of the On tho dusky road Ike Carter overtook g Tho silence created a me, as usual. great deal of anxiety on tho art of the "Look-a-herehe bfgan, witb Government as well as in the hearts of strange volubility, I've lecn listcnin friends of tho Proteus' crew, and in and Iheered eve'ry thing lhat was said 1882 Congress appropriated the sum of up ter Crabb's, there." Then, planting $33,000 to equip a relief expedition. himself l-- ro me, ho wmt on: "Say,, The Neptune was accordingly sent out, Xeiv York, I've kept rey eye on yer, but owing to tho accumulatons of ico night and day, and if tizziejiad took sho was unable to push further north yer I meant' and theo camo oxpres. than Smith's Sound, and after caching sion into his faco at lat, and plenty o' a quantity of provisions at points agiecd it "I meant to killror like a dog; a' upon with Greoly to meet the failure to it is" ho'ipoko swiftly 'Timgoin' tc relieve, the ves6l was forced to return. fix yer a littlo for comin' between me The not year a second relief appropriaand my girl." tion Was made by Congress, though an The moon was serono in a quiet skj, order was at the same timo adopted dibut as Iko spoke she seemed slivor into recting the discontinuance of the staa- - thousand pieces, and every piece tion, sympathy with the scientific enterdanced before mo as I lay felled to tho prise having been abated by the extreme ground. Then I remember beine set and apparently profitless dangers to down upon tho deck of a New York human life involved. In tho latter part steamer. Somebody found mo there of Juno tho Proteus, which had made bleeding profusely from a gre.t gash in the first trip so successfully and retho head and I was tucked upinaberth. turned in remarkable good order I11 the morning I awoke in tho city, the station corps, was disand went straight to tho Comet office. patched to the rescue. Accompanied bj had thy United States war vos'sel Vautic as It was closed; the made off, taking all tho funds, ami that tender, the Proteus proceeded to Disco wastho'enfl oftlio Cornel. "Ijm glad Island, Godhavon Bay, on tho Greenof it," said I and engaged myselt at land coast, where she parted company once in a counting-housBriouy, I wjth tho l'antic and proceeded to Cory turned in briskly to business, lad boy- Island, which she loft the 21sU Two ish, healthy tast"e3, played ball on holi- days later she oncountornd huge iloes days, and neverdreamed of matrimony. of ice, ajid iu the attempt to force a way Perhaps tho sad experiences of those through them was "nipped" and had few weeks had taught mo alcsson in nor sides crushed in. llio stores wore common-sense- , or perhaps somo pres- immediately thrown out and tho crow took to the "boats, in which thoy kept, sure upon the brain was suddenly by tho hard concussion from Iko through great suffering, until August Carter's blacksmith list and the whole- 21, when the reached Lpornavik, where some At any rate, 1 be- they wero subsequently joined by tho came a properly balanced young man, Yantic, which had been in search of I used to call them. Thoro was a good deal of unjust and without a heart-bea- t on Jack and Eleanor after they were indignation over tho failure of this expedition, the result of the increased apmarried. So matters went for eight 'cars, prehension for the safety of the Greoly when, one evening at a reception, I met party, though it led to an official invesa most queenly beauty. "By Jove!" I tigation. Thoe in command were acquitted of thought, "wouldn't she grace a man's house!" She was tall, every motion any disobedience of orders or neglect was a delight, and sho was full of wit of "duty, but the opinion prevailed with ?.nd spirit. Isut we were not intro- - the public that tho possibilities of tho (Innilil. .ind T w.is nlinnh rf n Ln rv K'S uwun;, expedition had not been accomplished, yet I lingered near tho piano until sho owing possibly to an inapprociation of nau nnisueu a capitally renucreu song. the importance of their mission by Suddenly she turned toward me, struck those having it in charge. The disasafew chords, and mine, sho"'' 1wmis trous results of these two adventures, thn vres lnuglilng Into sang, be- and the trrcatlv augmented gravity of neath her breath, the old tune of tho situation of the party were they fortunate to be yet surviving, But for words "Johnny Sand-'.led to more decisive and comprehensive what! My boj h,h verses: and thorough steps being taken in pro" RutyeitordHy I fain would stay Tho rosy Hours tleeeneH." viding for the third expedition, which "Midge!" I exclaimed, unhesita- has terminated so gratifyingly in tingly. Tho expedition of lMi was ad"Exactly," answered Miss Adelaide mirably organized, not only for purFord. "Iheard your name and my poses of relief, but for memory is good. W hat a sill' boy you three essels being manned and provisucdtobe, and what a terrible child I ioned for the serious enterprise. Thoro was! I wonder if we've both im- was to be no trilling this time, and tho proved?" Thetis, tho Bear, and the Alort wero "Suppose we become acquainted, and put to sea with the resolution to fetch d we'll find out?" said L back definite tidings from the We became acquainted in short regions of the pole. The voyorder, and I married Midge, and she's age was one of extreme trial, encom-Easse- d "So. after a handsome woman b' every imaginable hardship, d all, if I hadn't been a threatened with the most apyouth, I might never have been a happy palling dangers. Thestoryof the rescue man. Fanny Fotler Clark, in Harper's shows that the Greoly party made desBazar. perate efforts to escape the horrors of its chastly situation, and had forced its A Dlonkey's F.ar of Firearms. agonizing way a cons dcrablc distance south of the deserted station, endeavHe was greatly frightened at a gun to the open way of that I shot off one (lay at some spar- oring to get nearer three years of mennavigation. After " He hid al once ih'flie straw of rows phj'sical suffering such his cage, ami never left it till the gun tal anguish and be imagined, certainly as can scarcely was hung up again. After that I had described, seven only of only to touch the stock, to mako him not adequatelytwenty-liv- e were found the party of hide again, when nothing could bo seen alive. Meager and scantily official as in the straw, except a pair, of sharp is the report from tho commander of eyes watching all my motion Just a presented in touch of my finger or a cane upon tho the rescuers, the facts their bare horror arc sufficient to discock of the gun was enough to deprive may tho mind. him of all quiet. I used to carry on my The pangs of starvation and the fierce watch-chai- n a little pistol, on which a misery of bodies poorly clad to enduro p would make a tolerably fercussion-cacold Tho monkey had not yet the rigor of the intenso arctic show their ample prey to the rescuers; found this out, ami, sitting on my sense of tho knees, would amuse itself with licking and there is a strange forbidden reempty desolation of that tho silver barrel. One day in hi? pres"five ence rpnt a pcrcussion-caP;Othe nip- gion conveyed in the statement, camp "monkey ob- Bodies buried in the ice near the winds ple of the, pistol. The served my movements with great atten- wero swept away to sea by the and arrival, tion, but without ?eciniug disturbed by and currents beforo my Tho party could not be recovered.' them. But when the cock, being raised, on the made two clicks, Molly dropped his eked out its wretched existence scanty supply of food left in cache by eyebrows, while he continued sitting years before, quietly. When tho explosion took Sir (Jeorgo Xares nine to fecdingup-o- n and were finally reduced place, his fright was unbounded. Crystrips of their sealskin clothing, ing loudly,- - and full of anguish, ho fell few shrimps that ocfrom my knees, ran across several lichens, and'the caught- - Evun now that casionally wero rooms, leaped out of the wiadow, clung this indescribato a water-pipslid down to the street they arb snatched from aro in a conble agoni', tho survivors and bid himself in a ditch 111 a neighcritical to permit the, assurboring .garden. His nervousness' dition too they will recover. Chicago lasted a long while, and I had to take ance that oT my watch-chai- n to appease it. From that day he was in such fear of the littlo pistol that to take hold of the chain was Our PrecbciTyT" enough to make him disannul,. n tho 'straw. But he vcrv soon in,,n,i hv Wo live at high pressure now comexperience lhatthc sodrcq of the dctoua-tio- n pared with the Fife of a. generation or was not in the chain but in the two and require a different food pistol, and could easily distinf uish it inenta and material. One very nofrom tho other appendages of tlicchain, ticeable effect of this high pressure is of which ho was not afraid at all. Sit- what our fathers would have called ting on the straw in his cage he would "precocity." Young people ripen now attentively watch my movements while very much earlier than they did. They 1 was handling these appendages. The ripen earlier, and, what is more.'they closer my fingers approachedthe for- retain their yigor later. A man of si.xty midable object, the greater became hi3 is generally activo and anxiety, and with his eyes rfvcted'upon alerU Ho often plays lawn tennis and the instrument and with tense ears, he cricket, and entirely refuses to be relo- -' would dance continuously in tho cage, gated to" fogydom. We begin life earall ready to go under th'o straw.' He lier, and in spite of this increased lax would assure himself beforehand, for upon strength the stature of the race ingreater security, that the was creases. A woman who was considered well shut; and one day, when the bolt to be exceptionally tall in the last genhalf a dozen had not been pushed in, he leaped out eration is now from the cage, which did not seem safo times in the course of a morning's enough for him, and went and hidhim-- i walk in town, and there are few pleas-autself under the bed in the next room. or more striking sights than to As I gradually removed my hand from stand in Waterloo Station on a summer the pistol, I would receive chuckles of afternoon and watch the streams of straight-limbeapprobation;, and, with his lips athletic pusned forward and tho muscles of bis young men coming from their city offiear moving by jerks, he would manifest ces to the river anu cricket fields. Fola very great joy.- -j. j. in low them down to their homes in tho Popular Science Monthly. Fischerf beautiful environs of Loudon; see thorn getting their outriggers to practice for "Chicago will go down some day a race, and training for which means will tumble into the unfathomable severe labor and ngid abstinence for gulf which those tireless miners, the weeks; sea them get on to their tricycles rats, are digging for her. To think for a run of twenty or thirty miles after that in this n0 the labors of the day; go to tho tennis tel. one sleeping in the ladies' ordinary gronnd, and see young men and young can hear rats as largo as a poodle dog women amusing themselves with a pasgalloping over the Uoor and tables time that tries both mind and muscle, and bods all night long!" So writes and the charge of "softness" of lUing the editor of tho XashviIIe H'orW from seems to take a di He tent aspect- - J( ploughed under enrich Iho soil wonderfully. Alsike, a comparatively new clover, is becoming known as a very valuable forage plant for bees as well as stock. Do not supposa that because gras is plenty you must save grain. It has made many a farmer poor. Field and Farm. ,o y About one ounce of meat thrco times a week is sufficient for one hen, or about two pounds weekly for a stock of ten. Chicago Journal. In attempting to irrigate do not overlook the fact that the water should be kept runniug. Stagnant water not pnly injures the crops but causes the prevalence of fevers. Excellent fried cakes, to be eaten while fresh, are made of two well beat- -' en oggs, a large pinch of salt and flour, jeiiougli to make a dough that can be .rolled. Cut with a fancy cake cutteri und drop into boiling lard; when done and while still warm dip them into powdered sugar. Thoy may bo flavored "with lemon or with rose. Ni Y. Bel- "Bowser" Witt, a colored boy of died a short time ago, Jears- - Ten months after $SJ t8 Jl fle4li "eSan wasting away, and SPi ho creased in stature, it was ,m the bones only. He grew to five feet in height, with a ana neck, but the rest of his body head was strictly skin and tone. When held in front of a strong light the process of di- S:sUon could be observed in his body. never walked or talked. This case of atrophy elicited much interest among medical men. K 0. Picayune. all Greenville, Va 1 well-developed A Great Problem. Mcdlctntf, Take all tho Blood purifiers, Tako aH the Jiftcumaf fc remedies, Take all the Vyspcpsia and indigestion cures. Take all the JLque, Fever, and billions specifics, Tate all the Kidney and Liver Take all the Brain aud Nerve force aid. Never use manure from the stable on lawns, as the seeds of weeds are thus scattered, which germinate, groi tip and disfigure the lawn. A fertilizer made of 200 pounds sulphate of potash, 100 pounds superphosphate and 100 pounds sulphate of ammonia will bo found excellent Tho quantity is suffi cient for an acre, and should be applied in October and April, half the amount being ucd at an application. Albanv Journal. To Clean Tin Covers: Mi a littlo o tho finest powdered whiting with the least drop of sweet oil. rub the covers well with it and wipe them clean. Then dust over them some dry whiting in a1 muslin bag and rub bright with dry leather. This last is to prevent rust which must bo guarded against by wiping them dry and putttiug thorn by the lire when they come from the dining-roofor, if but once hung up damp, tho insido will rust. JJotlbn Qiobe. Tako all the Great health restorers. In short, take all the best qualities of best these, and tho Qualities of all tho best medicines la o Hop ' ? 5nooss near Albany, was hope- tho world, and you will find that qualities Bitters have the best curative lessly afflicted with Cancer. It had eaten concentrated his nose into his mouth and throat and powers of all In them, and that they will cure when timo of his death was only a question Ota very short time. He prajed for death, any or all of these, singly or combined FaiL A thorough trial will give posltlTB hi3 suffering was so great B. S. S. has had a wonderful effect on him. His im- proof of this. provement is so j,Teat that we all feel sure of. his being perfectly cured in time." Hardened Liver. W". H. Gilbert, Albany, ( Ga. Five years ago I broka down with kidney complaint . Keeping h record ot tho precise number and liverthen have and rheumatism. bo about been unablo to Since I Pr KBs laid by each particular hen is tho at alL My liver became haTd like wood; freak. my limbs wero puffed up and filled Wlli, water. u. Prominent Buttrr Maker. All tho best physicians agreed that noMi- -. There is no dissent from tho decision of ing could cure me. I resolved to 'try Ilbp candid and capable dairymon, that tuo Improved Butter Color of Wells, Kichardson Bitters; I have used seven bottles; the hard& Co., Burlington, Vt, is the best In tho ness has all gone from my liver, the swellworld. Such men as A. "VV. Cheever, of ing from my limbs, and It has toorfcaTa Massachusetts, E. D. Mason, Vermont, miracle In' my case; otherwise I would have " Francis A. Hoffman, "Wisconsin, use it, been now In my grave. J. WfM.oEr,v,. and recommend It as superior to all others. Buffalo, Oct 1, 188L , . j, rculrerj, "Jfp " lay-te- st -- " . six-mont- long-ensuin- ," -- "Iwas dragged down with debt, poveity?'t tnd suffering for years, caused bya sick. , "" "" 2xo ladt of refinement likes to resort to family and large bills for doctoring. superficial devices to supply a becoming "I was completely discouraged, nntU'oue " semblance of her former beauty. It is year ago, by timadUceof my pastor. Icpm-menchealth tdonb that lights tho countenance using HopBltlers, and in one month jnd'Hrincj back fresh tints to tho faded havo cheek. It anything on onrth vrlll do this, wo were all well, and none ot us say seen day to all It Is Mrs. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable a Bleltmen, dlncc. and 1 want to you can keep your families veil poor Compound, which has already brought health to multitudes with whom all other a year with Hop Bitters for less than one doctor's yisit will cost I know it?' A means had failed. WOUKIOJIAX. Advertise and adversity begin alike, t3T"Nono genuine without a bunch of green but they end very differtutly. Chicago IIopsonthowhlteiabeL Shun nil the vile, poisonous Etuff with "Hop or IIopa'Jn,thelri Inter Ocean. r name. Rough on Corns." J3c Askforit Com" or jsaft coxsas.wartejbunlons. plete cure.hard m ed goes shopping, Globe. t- Acouxter irritant 'ho woman who yet bays nothing. Boston Poverty and. Suffering, n -- A OOHE FOB Common after-depositin- g editor-in-chi- ef e. blood-lettin- g. " Housekeepers who are their supply of good washing water, can make it do double duty by dissolving alum in hot water, and "throw "it into a tub of soapsuds. In a moment the soap will curdle, and accompanied by muddy particles will sink to the bottom, leaving it perfectly dear and devoid of tho smell of soap. This water can bo used for washing a second timo if poured oil the sediment Whore water i3 scarce, this fact is invaluable. 2roy Times. ' Mr. T. B. Terry cxprosscs his wonder, in The Countrt Gentleman; that so many farmers still allow their cattleto pick and trample on thoir gnus grounds (and pastures are often inpired as well as mowing lots) 'during the fall and ho thinks, winter and spring. partly boeaube thoy do not realize that; they aro losing by the practice: partly to sae work they do not keep help cnoujrh to run tho farm to its full ca pacityand partly because they have too many irons in the lire." ThfiV farmers. are "over-busy- " --The secret cause of tho death K. healthy spruees in ami many formerty near" Boston and in other localities in New England is cosy of discovery. By e.auiinlur the dying trees it will be found that tho tip of almost every tiny branch has been stung by an imscct.nnd its spring vitality directed to tho formation of a false cone. These cones aro now ripe, having been, in fact, for more than two weeks, and from each of them have escaped fifteen or twenty younr worms, which aro probably the offspring of the insect which diil the stinging. The most thorough anu careful plucking of all of these false cones might perhaps have saved the afflicted, trees and prevented similar disaster next year. Boston Globt. It-is", ' limited" in I words nfo like bald hoads; they never dye. Chicago Journal. KiXD ORMEL ! " A. "Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for JL and Painful Complolqf Statement "Vou 3Iay Conllde In.' A 25c bound remoner The inventor attbo ' '." telephone. Philadelpliia'Calh Glenn's Sulphur Soap Remedies nil complexional blemishes, so repulsive to charming features. to uiTe !een restrrtd tor Dn DsvfdKeira-AX- . of Korulout, X. Y, to acoorarltti through- - JU, preparation widely knoio a JCEXXKI YS KCMEDT, what other hare Mled to I compass. The eabjolncd Ujilox will lxj found, of JJ1 , lstcrot to sufferers from gravel and to the, cencr&l s It (cemi iA-VOItr- rn "Dr D. KtnnedV. t Kcnd'wt, .V Auhxt, March 33. 1SSL " " ' Y DjObE money from people whom" inUdrtca hopei of relief. Thcyara i erbccai A nousrxo demonstration Getting & Ihe growing boy out of bed. UoHon Pest. ',,. bd matorfti of obtalnlne makes catch at am Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Rcnewqr' re wean cbeata anddclosfoss. Butyour TJLYO JCTB Dyspepsia,?!.' 3tiaiEl"V I know by happy experience to, Ve a,Jo stores health and vigor, cures taUy different UUcz. I)iadhevnnjaIJcxei;trosfrT A grave mistake Burying a live man. cl foryean, and had rcaortcd to many tmlnentrhy !dsnM or relief Jbaijnorcncantat'rrod, cameVbt-l- t , , Baltimore Every Saturday. m Abont three years aso year TA.VOU I.TE HEME; r "Buchu-paibn.- " Qukk,complete cure.all' Si Y ira rcrotrtraeijded tone. I can'slve yon'rria're. . annoying Kidney nnrturinary Diseases, lj. Bultlnlufntcncc:. I tried It bdHctIrc4:raac6IaJ' laraconflden Usavrd my .lctel uucitluh btt lcttfisr If ytoa think bc. ToMm. "y.fv ' for a,lWiy'tH?.fe'c8jl Ay able see man Tho ,astronomor. r.inmlfJXsfhan Vfkler vsrf ' Appraisers o2Ue In Albany Marathon Independent. xicurdw ready to Ilf-- ,. -- "Rough on CouBhs.15o., atDrucrgists. Com-ple- to euro Coughs, Hoarseness, Soro Throat. A?r -- Journal. The hotel waiter. X. 3le la well tnonh aad writes to? good tu o.h -- s. of Asamcdle'nefor all dlseaies;"r.Ytn. Mood .- Birfeji"' ,... .. .. . -. C Km.1 1RU1U Kr3ur tag VOK 1TB KEME1VV'i.un. fair T ? tt hln repo tatlon, 1 --Ur, IX desirable, to Dr. David hxnncdr, j ad ..-- .... Clf! .. M iddut.JPV. tj-- Curo for hoarseness "Oh, nsked the hotel waiter of the no, thanks. They aro not at all fresh. Then tbo waiter went out to consult the landlord to &ee if the hotel had been insulted. A trnxz boy in Kentucky was killed few days ago by too much tobacco. A hogshead of it rolled on him. Pcbuc speakers and singer? usa Piso's ani weai lung. 'TTn.1. yon havo salt. on yur eggs?" guest THE SURE CURE KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVE.1? roK for fear it a department of would acquire a reputation for turning out wood-carvin- g, A western college refused to establish t COMPLAINTS, CONSTIPATION, PILES, AND BLOOD DISEASES. PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY. la the meat aaeoerafal remedy Dr. P.C. BaJloa.J'onSton.V. la always reliable." . IT B. N. Claris.. So. Hero, Vt. B sufferlce." Dr. C IT. Bnmmerlln, 8nn Hfll, Oa. B IM THOUSANDS OF CASES mdney-Wo- rt "Kidney-Wort f A poet nsks: "Where shall we find conTrythe newgpaper'busines.'friend, tent!" you tind that it don't answer look nnct It ... in the dictionary and you will probably run across It. Boston Transcript. Mbs. Climbing the Hill. pany laughed when she nsked a schoolboy when the summer vacuum would begin. 11 Malatooi wonders why tho com- suc-cos- s. n, terror-stocke- to-da- crack-braine- n e, Inicr-Ocea- n. a, now-a-da- cao-e-doo- r out-topp- cr sun-burne- d, d, new-lookin- g, first-cla- ss the Year Round. tfea W the iihlngmem- - J looking about them a little more, LSSs brine of the nostril-,- . their own notions, by grapiDg. hu tiivai. afffctlBEtteeVuiy.-AJ- l if .not necessarily aecepting.the ndtujM of older- breeders, studying the various ed, theBcaarge It a& wnmnAntA vr h types of the kiud of animal they wish to burnfsg 'sensation. .breed, and endear oring to forecast, in There am, 8Ttt tpaarn of. sneeziryt. clear ideal, the type which thev should frequent attacks of beadacbe.-wa'ef)d aim to produce. Many useful nints'for in'.Amrfl evaa. the details of practice, may bo also vr. . zz?;nz:z;wzz picked up at the same time, in the' a correct diagnosis of of minds. hnrft sno'crftatnd. thiadkeaee aadcaa V on depended upon. Sucts. But then comes tho real climbing. eta. by mafl. lxU y pail by we..Kit Baoa, Druggls-- , Owego, X. Y. " The preliminary knewledge gained, going about with eyes and cars open,is only provision for tho ascent; the wise EaiCIaTSMHIK3MtKWI application of that knowledge is lie GHtS WIKItt All cm rAiu. Best Conyh favruD- - Taatsa rood. tost of the mail's fitness for the task.he Use In time Sold by drocglsts. has set himself to perform. The tott ing upward" must be dono stcp-lbtep, as day after day brings newquaa- tions to be considered, new ground "Anakesls" sa WalUUi tift for iPHea. passed over, aud jaew ohstacle3.-ttrlccSl fnw drnqltt,.ar. progress. Those who havo never,eH sent prepaid "Af AKESlaV' frttS Ai.jsoLSis. .c.v- iu the task have no conceptkBj caged AXaaexs, how ditlicult a task it is, or how richly 1CCUT9 "Wanted to seU the tho successful breeder deserves hi nf4 III RBIiiiflOCn I O Lives of JSIjUb aad nil Uitiuwuvs vi iiai aa 5WTi III IIINiT.lin hrJ.CMesM.'I.A f fnini.ctfanC( tiatu iu tin se, 11 breeding at this moment, and especially' IJ aLlI 1 Lths eminent htstortan. Send eta. for complete Asjntj'Oataj. to Aganti. openter JJrfHVraltefTTi- -Cujcissatt, JO.VES BKO. in this country, wide fields are PnbUahen, Chica9Q 6r.Lori the exercise of skill and patience, M R MeaorLadlH ta.aclicruy,t2keorte' substantial and honorable gains 9QO AMOXTH mni board for a HyeTounB reward success. The competitioa lBLAIHEAriDL06AM breeds is likely to be so keen, that) who can produce the best for any specW AdaresaP. W. ZIEOLER & CO.. rhiUMfkU, r repaid J Wholesale and refail.Sead fef Eurpose is sure to bo ampty tKKHlsfcat C. 0. 0. Wa ad trouble and sagacity, audi? MIR K. BURN HAM. 11 StaMtreet, CUetH earn a claim upon public gratitwk doiif; besides. That which is worth HABIT mrely is worth doing well. Nalio. w. JIUJflraVA, iIMHmam, -- w " iiU' Stock Journal. ng When we review the history of all Ono must creep before he can walk," irogress in the improvement of farm as toe small bey said wh.m he crawled iveitock, and examine the processes under a circus tent Philadelphia Call. by which the most successful stock As exchange says that bores are killing breeders have risen to eminence, we pine trees in .North Carolina. This seems must own that Hie poet's words to be tho only respect in which editors 'TI10 heights by jrreat men reached and kept and .pine trees are alike. Burlingt on Fret Press: Wore not uttalnod by sudden flight" aro no less applicable to achievements SotOO prefer my medicines to thoso of in stock raising than to any other lino Dr. Fillsbury?" 31rs. Mulligan "Och, doctbor, ye're a dnle better than th' of humau action. Tho stock breeder's calling is one which affords scope for other onld humbug." X. Y. Herald. is called 'an tne cxeroiso ui roauy tug" puiyurs anu If an aged why don't they call an aged accomplishments, and one which needs old fs asked. them for the attainment of its highest landsman an 'old Money may bo realized in it Because the landsman never had a bark, results. without the possession of high mental VfBES two boys aro running a race qualities or acquirements, bnt rnonev- - which ono has no logs? Tho one whosa making is not man's highest ambition. legs are A higher object tiian pocket wealth is , Ir is a the promotion of the interests of man- although curious feet that a bicycle-rider- fifteen he may only have seen kind, and , this tho most successful summers, has experienced an immonso breedor of live stock really accom- number of springs and falls. plishes, plus his legitimate pecuniary Dos'X buy a coach in order to please reward; and the results of his labors yourwife: It is much choaper to.mak beneficial to the are often incalculably her a little sulkr. Chicaao Sun. world. He who would do this must have one or two not very common characteristics. He must have eo.s capable of seeing, that is to say, he'must be a close ami accurate observer; ho must possess a strong and sound judgment, not lightly blown about hy every breath of opinion, yet not obstinately set fast, shut up against new concep-tion- s and new convictions; indomitv ablo perseverance, and almost incalculable patience must be his. All these qualifications granted, one thing ho yet may lack, ami in the case beof manj' other wiso, ginners it is jtist the one thing that Is wanting a clearly defined object. A man - hones for success without knowing nrflpisfiir tor what- he is aiminfr Ho f..VV.WW., has :t vaguc'idea of merit in animals. piiaea without understanding' tho minutiro Sciatica" which constitute it' or the steps by Rheumatism,Neuralgia, Toothache, lumbago, Backache; "Teaaafhef which it fs gainod, or he has to alter Throat, HweJllns. sprains, iiniunr Mi.iH8. vm llta- his standard, and consequently to un., i his work. Thus man' preciopf ravel by Drusrelua and Dealers everywhere. Fifty Cents aboule. Directions in 11 LansnKurr. months and years aro paSseo" really la THE CMARI.ES A. VOOEI.EIC CO.. gaining tho mere ..elements of that (Sueeesors to a.vocxi.it aco.) knowledge which is necessary to success. Experience, indeed, is bought, of catarrh as a but tha lossof time, is a heavy price ta having peculiar Qmp- !?LY pay for it Wc have often tho'ught thai torn. It is attended beginners might .do much- better by in-dam ship-captai- ifhMrnmlTrhfTnallelaaliadfidled. but efficient, CEUTAIS IX ITS ACTION, but harmless in all casca. rlo4 Important orgisa r7Jt cleaiuea the all Uioand Strcnxtbena BEor, ew Life to We tho body. The natural action of tho Kidneys is" restored. Tha Liver la cleansed of all disease, and tho Bowels move freely and hcaJtUfalJy. Ia this way tho worst, diaiaaea art 'eradicated Iti-mil- d. from tho AJitera. mCE, tt.00 tiqtlD 0B D2T, BOLD BT Dry can be seat by xxirlu j SBCG6HTS. rinXS,RICtIAnDSOXA.CO.Drllacta,Vt. 5snXtt$T7jRvTImml H9 V n sea-dog- ,' T -- A OTTiT.ftlV' COUCH CUR&. -- land-dog?- '" jails avenue. Ctycaet-- , "frel'ate. ned apIUon tough. pur for lit allklndgof cousin W onr fimUfc.: iWe' Have StteV- kaown aai$ of Trtioopas roiishlbtt lhe frnrf 'fflfft to cure, We recommend It to every ono and VlA W of Itfotr handy ' ' ' n . U err family had a SUjaayepuy, ilKi. 5anr E. mciMCDs, yo.-1 owe you m?ii thanks fyrthe. writes June SO. 1S2: Saturday eTCHlnc lrf atndlnVrBie-tu- e cou-telat mcdlclnn. X ao mnrh.wUhcd, for. I was ,flrj t .enabled to try your whooMrrr conrK rcrafly iPapflloa 'Ccrffeh Mrs. W. ays: K- - TESTIEOSlAt-. 6um.ex 'p.IS43 fI ltte sy fortuntflndbulninj-lt.- Cure), a the Undncs of tnjr t K. Sidlej. and It such creat rclof.to myllu'p eW-tire rtdond child wa attacked tied the fanis relief fcrrncr, cietwalclrso much mitigated arnajady, serierallvjo and feci Tcry appreciative" of mVjjooa5 s pe " Iknowof-aortfMmjd- K r 3 : ' .,,, Mbs. M So. SKB ,EUU Avenue, 111 "avenue, alsdrocbm-mccJaa.M.'Buchanan.Ko.'Kn Faplllea Cough Cure for whooln?1ccaii:ltj cured their ch.Hdr.cn, ono an Infant only few weeks old, whom another, paroxysm, wira'd' iavi dibied tc death;sjlt(Ufeliadbetnforfome,hQuradeaDalre4gf vegetable syrnp, very deliciatt and 7t Is a . taforaalebyaliarueglMa. d andrr j $4 StlJf well-qualifie- d ...., bERNAN reMEIJI POTS, "JEJL1X1 fllfes.THE ... ntrTinTnT.-lACrandACHB- r. 1 1 I r ! ALL, but ai a' tntjta IX. and for Blood and Skin DUeascs. and troubles de pendent on tmparojor Impoverished WoodrSwUt i ' . Specific!! without a rival. "Mr Uby six month JMbrokBt with months b of akin humor, and aft. r Uejni--. treated flva my family physician, was etven up to ole. artdtke rewltjra agrattfylnealtwamIracokus. My cteBdsoAaBol well, all trace, pf the disease Is jroneandbe - - X'XKlKKLArJD.J-'- aafsl 1 asaptz." Mtcd-Kas'iCoasty,- - Texas.' Our Treatise o Blood ad SklaDlseaseai-tTftd- rr toaprUcanlv. , ... oiiriw CTJT5E n, ITISBOi t DriwerlknTfJ-A-- O'.f ,v, ravftflH HAY-FEV- i y. L Avca. ; rhUadelrhla Offlco. 123 Caf WW-- . t. oaceVrJ w. d yawtS-sa-iiiti - mimR WM 37 OC!n jrsr-uaci- - Wimnm hHra7j3K oseof I and fjtijf knlleorLos-or-UtooDl-u- rr"rr.rB. ImwrnafiOaV hI WwUc-iCJi- .. 1 1 & XSSZkSSSSt' ri urroiutATiQ'd ciBccbAM, AN0rtv;sa44rw and irttte'poaiFtw a' i Tl-- n. Fl ISTIf. TRUSS "fc?aiHBL6Hi-'yHa.a a. tMl J 1 VER . Sstf.Ad,Ucw ahawuti adarts IB: ttntt lSOl ceatcr; A Aittvnut flWi altlh- - .Ba-nji- H rgqss taste- the banm the -t ecai aa Ui4t-t- o aoea tvihi bsbtct-tha lUraix U held secuely day. aad With lii-. dunraWj IJg Blrtt. and a radical cure certain. lt Is TrhlW jht uoaUUvta ofttulbods. n prur uir . -- -- I s chVa SntbymalL Circulars free ECCLESTQN TRUSS CO.r 69 D8arborH,S..CrjtaaOv'- -- 4THCiBEST3MrCHAMST.,'fo - y to-b- e ? PILES afidrneeaOTftOAw(3n&j" fa X AO btilleua, RGIMS,TUDCCUCDC81W1HW MarsPavia lall"wl IsatllW WimrffiHiM vw T" IttaB .u aum. ii" ii1il v .Wrlui for "Ka5U.ka .w .. tww. i .i J. CAgmsftYwf grajta-ft. bvtnxiK-tjaniBeB- -- EDUCAtlOKAIi., Tv- iLgwwieiiayBagas CIHinmiin?. Atwre tr ggORT-EAK- B wH m ., Jf'VCH5'Wa'Xn- SCPIil arEvlJIL Tclecrapliy. Send for terns: toimnier-ctJkHm.im ami Ratlntad TclentsNUJa.-tf- lee!i JkUSTTmm;UBmwz,Trm. al YALE LAW SCHOOL. Tall term cowi-tentddreM JTKOF. Sepumn-- r SFre&Mers, Itto. Tor Hren Jar too-de- r. Vale rKASCIS WAVI.ANB, C'wbk. Cellca-e- , .New Have a. SaPPHJJM "A. N.'K.-- E. ABTBKTI! WHI2f WBIT1NO T AallMrl Bleane aaiy yarn saw UM 080 w I i te. .a ii if w BP7Ti ' ... lfr-- m Huxlitctte WIlMin Dead. i.u;n:A.s. r- We are deeply nmned t an- FOR 6IXEIUFF. inmw.. 4ln f ..uw uinu ,1n(l. r r r. A praiul menagerie and circus letto Wilson, uim oi r.ir. u. lluh. ; Fvr B R. Wnlkcr. Lodgtoil, 76 ; ,5L who died nt ti Ht Fulton on .August i'Sth. ideuco of his father, near tt;i Cayce, Jit; liicKman, 2UU; Fulton, SS : Sassafras, 21 ; Jordan, 3 ; Mud- man. Wedncsdav imiit..lnc o feeuetabct-- , .. . irh1e ..svt l.rn Wr kchrot Pooks, Slat. Crayofta and nil v..u nuuikodguiiu us tsngagcu in rid Belid, 0. Total, J81). A. Shuck. Lodgton, 77; FaUsnl FupplifK. cheater than evtr cold ia helping in the hay field, becanio l Fur tJaycc, 77 ; Hickman, 211 ; Fulton, thi niarkat before, at ovorneaiea, sometning like- SUii- FoKTCxt'fi Duuo Btobe. stroke, lnllamatiou of tho brain liu; aassairns, 29; Jordan, fa6: The Union City fair ia fixed set in, nnd his death was the re tfadrid Bond, 10, Total, 000. suit, The deceased was a younp Fur it W. Farmer, Lodgton, 16; for Oct. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. lawyer, born and raised in tliii Gaycc, 7 ; Hickman, 2S ; Fulton, 90 ; ...... NotePJaut'n low price. uuuiinuuiiy, wiuoiy Known, nnd Sassafras, 3; Madrid Bend, 00: 00. Total, There were 121.1 votes cast in well belikcd by his associates and Jordan, majority over Walkor, friends. As a young lawyer he ; Shuck's t ho county election last Monday. was rapidly acquiring practice, 111. Yta can myo 25 per cent in price, and and w3 withal a young man of FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. 40 ni c:t in quality by buying FURNI-TUKtho most indomitable energy, a,, For J. II Sanders. LodgtOU, 99; at dustry aud perseverance, that we Cayce, 96; Hickman, 35u; Fulton, E.T. GARDNER'S. over know. Kindly in his sympa- 93; Sassafras, 26; Jordan, 06; MaThoro are preachers in thies, accommodating to all, poor drid, Bend, 13. Total, 750. the Unitod StatOB by the last con- - Charlie will bo missed and mourn-e- d Fcr L. L. Milam. Lodgton, 66; by tho good people of this com- Cayce, 22; Hickman, 133; Fulton, SUB. munity, most of whom havo known 117; Sassafras, 27; Jordan, 16; FrtMserlsttlviiU. him since childhood, and especial- Madrid Bond, 2. Total, US. Mr A. B. Taliaferro, with the awistance ly will their sincere sympathies go 'Baundor's majority, 302. ( T. 1 Fortune, will attend louj ands.1: iO.CAL NEWS. - -- A T 1 E prwcriptioaa being 4 Med Foktuxb's Duuo Stohs. at State Guard into encampment at Loaisville for sevou days, beginning the 18th day of August. -- Burglars e entered the orMr. Ghas. Rear, Sunday ijfht last, and relieved his pocket of $35 in currency. Yeedcr, of Brooklyn, says: "It is uiy opinion that Cleveland will get ninety Ter cont. or tho German vote." The 4th Annual Mooting of the Sanitary Council of Kentucky, will bo hold at Elteabcthtown, A IAwycr'a Opinion or Interest to AU J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney of O.'t. 1st and 2nd, 1884. Winona, Minn , writes.-- "After using it for Of 37 toachers examined iu more than three years, I take great pleasGraves county only 15 seenred ure in stating that I regard Dr. Xing' the certificates and only one of those New divery for Consumption, as and best remedy in the world for Coughs was Exchange. Colds. It has never failed to cure the mast Mr. C. N. Briggauco and Miss severe colds I hare had, and invariably the pain in the Addie Burnoy, wero married, on relieves Bottlen of this chest."cure for all Trial sure Thursday of this week. Succobs Throat and Lung Diseases may behadFree nd happiness attend them. at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. Large siio 51.00. Motto for Pulton county Road overseers: grand What do work, wh l tfeo who always nayor worked befor" old fashioned you say to a barbeDemocratic Aadthoae worked, now work Ike were." cue at Hickman during tho Presidential campaign, with Hendricks, the office and tho spoils; and if he Bswai,jns; matt off siUbb Jerks! Xwsr,all crl"Ki tmrisc clcrkit Aaron Burr'a Gallantry. Thurman, Voorhoos, or some is defcatod, "some fool editor caus'fttn staring; on tha ttrrrts at (Irli. ed it." Discuss publio issues, Cbb Aaron Burr woro a loftinefia of Democrat of national roputation print HMir"iHl"tWrlMor curl. news, vote as you prefer, not pries imnolicod by The election passed off quiet as tho orator of tho day. Wo &c, but let local candidates do mien that coulddeportment was polisheda stranger. HLh want it on a scalo to entertaiu, y and harmoniously Monday, and and courtly. The appropriate civi!itka their own fighting, to tke satisfaction of the majority, free, in tho old fashiouod way, the of the dmvinfj-roo.'wero pcrfraed vrithrv rjracc pecnlinr to nrrdto the voice of the majority, thousauds that will come. Don't ilia free Delivery. lot it bo any town afthir, but a Mr. J. W. Roiyor'B delivery wacan rnns wlicle ciacnvx vreA iuconcotvably the minority bows gracefully. grand up rising of Democrats in daily, delivering goods, in any quantity, to j Ho mitod ujvu tho pimciplo , tOontrnctorR would do wpll to all this section. If wo announce any part of the city, free-- Leave orders at Uiat tho fomalo was the sex ; that they vroza all euscoptiblo of the advertisement in this pa- that Hendricks will bo hero, let's store, or with driver. aud hia groat art oohbibUxI iu adaptJ. W. R0GER8. per from the jail commissioners. bo sure that he will come, so that ing it to tho grade of intellect ho adSome one will got a job that it will tho peoplo will not bo disappointTho Ikcha forCoayrwl. dressed. lmy reasonable wages. ed, and lets be sure that the ar- From rJucah Xtwe. Such traits of character would appour Mr. Houston, candldato for Con- to ba incompatible vitli aa clcrat.O(i and rangement can bo made to enterTim road law carried hand- ftftmcly in tho Hickman, Caycc tain all who mav come. Let it be gress, says that tho tariff will be trvvering muid, yet tliey friuontlT one of mot and Jordan precincts, but failed a Presidential campaign barbecue, tho question put in issuo in this men of tiie :e. tho volumeextmoroiuary of anecdote with no bearing whatever on the District this fall ; that ho will force might be rtlntodA aa in the Fulton, Lodgton, Sassafras 6ridnco of local differences of Democrats. tho question at all points and make Burr's quinkneatj of pToeptlon and Ool. Ridge and Madrid Bend precincts. tact Those in favor of it say "ayo,"and tho issuo with other candidates as at roply. AU-- Lin xvtnrn from Eivopo, Mr. Dick Finch, an old send word to tho Courier bo Bharp as the English language can in lSi'2, h act a friend, a maiden lady, of this conntv. and for many that an idea can bo obtained as to make it. Mr. Uouston is solid on in Brwtlway. Ho luvi not vaa her for years a citizen of Hickman, is dead. whether all the Democrats, big, protection tariff, i. e., ho is for pro- many yearn. An 1m passed him idie " Coloael Burr, yon do not rco He was stricken witli paralysis, little, old and young, male, and tection iu all it means. tileotnie?" and lived only a few days after- female, will holp makoit a graud " I do not, madi&tia," wna tha raid?. wards. TiiKiiu are several Presidential success. "ItibMiwi K., sir." " Whut ? " wid ha, " allot Iv. ytit 7" tickets nominated and now in tho "Kid Isash," an Obion connty Till latly, niehsX piouotl, rvilonstttl, bojf, oonvictodof being concerned A tramp camo throneh Cav fit Id as follows: Mifrb K. yei ,l iua.kijli::irat Maiden,,. Mc, died.v ce, this county, last week, with 1, "Tlo Democratic'j'tho Ropublicafi, 'Yof. nil, Ufjs BSUwccyorniiiroIruatioa' Fuoliag Iii the Tilissouri pcnitontlary, of spngbtly littlo boy in hia chariro, no con the Prohibition, Home Protection, him! the nutorttxnate error hand and consumption, says the Maiden claimod him as his son, aud offer- the American Prohibition, the Nahe giUytook her rumarked: ""Wull, uiadim, Clipper. ed to sell the little felloe for tional Christian, tho cn I venture to assort tliat it is not tho enough moucy to pay his railroad lv, and the GrecnDack Labor tickThe Southern Exposition i fadt of my box " announced to open August 16 and iaro to uommtms. lie struck a et. ft Mr. tdoso October U.l. Tho Cincinna- trade with soventy-flv- Albritton, who Sr.iBtr.ry Ettfcct cf Lightaln- -. cents for Kentucky stood 'second on tho ti Iiuluatrml Exposition opens gave him The BMigor Commercial enysi A roveuuo paying 8 ptember 3, and closes in Octo- his boy. The little fellow, is a bright list of internal Illinois 23,530,-184- ; ffiHitleuiau wiio vwitc-- one of tho ponds faced, smart littln follow, and has States last year; La tliit Tiehiity lat Smhltty retunif-ber. secured a good home, as Mr. AlKontncky $18,583,182. during tho thiuidcrtotin. Ho relates rThe Presidential campaign britton is spoken of as a clover "The sis Xcw England State- s- hin .oxiwiionco no fullowH: "Boforo I lias only romTaencod to heat. In gentleman. The reputed fathers Connecticut, Maine, Massachu- ;.t'licmoImado up my mtnd that I September and October it will be heartlcssness appears unnatural, setts, New Hampshire, Ehodo diould put on immofndity, for, Twtwivn a horiso tliflt took to Btti"o walla OTerv a lime kiln in nearly all but it is roportcd to us as an feottfu and Vermont paid in tho .imo it Umndered nndlightniug widen the Statos. Foor Kentucky will actual fact. aggregate $3,433,007, $15,150,105 wemotl to striko all around nii, I scarcely have a ripple of excito- less than tho single Stato of Kenttliought thuro wiM littlo left for mo in -roni-tlenc1 an Gov. Knott has ordered the out to the heartbroken mother who idolized her boy. Tho deceased was a member of tho Royal Templars, held a prominent placo in tho State organization of that Order, and was au active, zealous aud consistent temperance worker, and his earnest efforts, as a young man, in behalf of temperance, will bo a pleasing memory to those who cherish aud lovo his memory. Wo sincerely trust that in that Great Beyond he now en joys a peace which surpasses-a- i earthly understanding. at 9:30 He will be buried A. M., by the Royal Templars. to-day, first-clas- s. mosquitoes. Among living orenturc3, can vo find ono that so belies ltd appearance" na the mosquito? "What an innocent little thing it looks liko J BloodUiirsty? In pobeiblo ! See ca it alights bcioro you, a thibtle-dow- n ia bulky compared with it ; the floating gbct of the dandelion is ooarbo beaido tlw slender outlines of this airy gosaainor. Nono of tho gauze-vine- d or d ntomies that frolic in the sanshine appear leaa capable of inflicting pain. As the nimble mosquito mugs and dances airily over your lioad, ho seiun innocent compared to yonder black spider. And yet at your ahghtcdt movement tho spider BoutUea off, only anxious to get out of tho wav, while the littlo singer, so graceful in tho airy curves of its flight, rotroaa n circle "higher only to froew his attnek at jour lirst luiguarded mo mout. His movements aro as light as if earthly elements had formed nono of his componont parts, or as if he might live ou mist or dew, or as if hia ethereai fromo fonnd its support ia the moisture inherent in the air What a mistake There is nothing more bloodthirsty, and more persistently intent upon satisfying his craving for bipod, than this innocent-lookin- g hypoITEW ROAD LAW. ; crite. Tho house-flalighting on j'our Fur Nevs Road Law. Lodgton. fooo and tickling "you with his six 44; Cayce, 78 ; Hickman, 317 ; Ful-t- o roughj epongy feet had he a like power annoyance would to inflict pain, 21; Sassafras, 00; Jordan, 17; you be uubject to what tho domestic ani! If to Madrid Bond, 00. Total, SOS. mals was given, in proportion to their j Agnintl Neva Road Law. Lodg-tin- , strength and bize, tho power and will of 121 ; Cayco, 13 ; Hickman, 107 , tho mosquito to inflict torment, what ultou, 216; Sassafras, 03; Jor- a world this would be; tho lion and dan, 33; Madrid Bond, 16. Total, tiger would bo comparatively harmlopa, Surely these innumerable aud ubiquitous littlo pests were given to teach na Road Law dofeatcd by 11-- ma- 9omo lesson. Wo find their prototype jority. In tho tormenting and haraswng life ; Thss. R. McMahan was oleoted notliings that worry our every-da- y Constable in tho Hickman District. tho sharp sting givon undor cover of Mr. Henry Cannon was eioctcd apparently bmooth wordfl. tho buzzing tho hints, tho constable in tho Fulton district; ot malicious tongnes; Biioh trifles and incuendoti that seem Mr. Elijah Bradley in tho Cayco ; yet do so much to poison our happiness and Mr. James Bradshaw in the these aro tho mosquitoes that sting Sassafras ltidgo product. You who find onuso for tho heart complaint that God bhould give life to Wcuj)joe there are. or will be candi-d- te such tormenting tilings in tho animal f.r Congre.H in thin district, but not world, is your conscienco clear that you contaim an authori- hnvo not acted the samo part in a highor rajhr in the zed nnouncflnintof any of the ajtpiraau. sphere ? Have your words and acts South Kentuckian. been always no full of love and tendor-nea-s Uiftt yon havo never willingly Candidates believe, or affect to pain upon those nround believe, that special nowspaper indicted aro careless of hurting the you"? If you support is a positive injury to ings of others, look at yonder Insectfeeldetheir chances, and it is to be hop- voting its ephemeral existence to ita ed that tho local papers will lot all own comfort at tho oxpenso of yours, such severely alone. It's tho fair uid eay if you aro not imitating tlio thing any how for candidates to mosquito with your greater powers, do their own fighting. If tho can- tad carrying tho annoyance of tlia Ufa. Chriotkm lowo? into the didate wins ho gets tho laurels, ItUelUgcitocr. higher beetle-backe1-1 oiitv BSfcJSSMSJ.,rrv wefe. JsSBLtHU G'EA Of r - ifsgr " dt- weep 1 y, Best Calitfoea deduced from 7c to oc per yard. Solid and plaid Ginghams, from 121c to8c per yard. A reduction of 2c in the yard of the best Bleached Domestic, - All wool Nuns Veiling, in black and colors, (double width,) reduced Tho nririt nt ,..i.:t. . ...:n .. n ,1 n .1 win maivu it ,,,,,-...i. iiiuiii 7jyyc from 65c to 45c per yard, l . ne win sen ine?c vjoous wdly, and parties desirous of securing some of these .Bargains bhould A big reduction in the prices of all summer threes Goode. caillearly to avoid being disappointed. I?.,, mill Parasols tfi snll nt notml onat Full Organda Lawns, reduced from 15c to 8c per yardi A big bargain in Ladies Neckwear. From this date till the 1st of September, we will sell the remainder of . ., 11 c!. mtr hnriiiir nnd Qm vuuihut orucK regaruicss 01 us value. xv e have on imnd, at present, full lines of all elates of Summer Good's, and as thc pall teason is raimllv approaching, these Goods must be old, to.make room for our 1 1 & fT mm GENTS - n t mi crura m Heiitioa ii Frises! STEW COOD! - Wcnre actually slaughtering Suits of seasonable goods, can bo had purchaser's oron price. AVfeare determined to make a I tfat B0IS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING, ' Straw Hats reduced from 76c to 25c. To save expense and trouble of moving our extensive stock of goods, at priccb that defy all competition. If of oiirjnliro stock, and nothing will be spared from thegenenil we must seSjKD wiii, take our words for it but come and see for yourselves, and you have otily6rrdollar,s worth of goods to buy it will piiy you to come iccurc6vic choice bargains before it is too late. and pec us. jUok to your own interest ana ouy your goous 01 us butch-erywSifHt CLEAN SWEEP cS; at a greatly reduced price. Cau't be touched anywhere at our iriccs4 A few more Gents white Vests to ofTer at less than wholesale price Genta Gloves, Tica, &c, greatly reduced in price sei. iLXJ3S:Aira33H. MAXWELL, LEADERS IN LATE STYLES, AND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. , j 1 PIi&TJT BROS. t 8s CO. di-lr- it JmmnM Just received, a fine selection of vS&m Who Made the Low Prices? BtA BY BUGGIES. Call and Examine. Pxuces Low. Will not be AL.SOTUE AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. New Goods of all grades in my line. underiold N. B IsLsihavethe finest line of Hickman. Customer! politely rerved I FEAU KO COMPETITION. AS MY ing to buy. of that friend and the public trade WE annoanoe to our of all kinds of Furniture,generally,and thewe haveof parties lhia and solicit immense stock fancy. Also, a fiw plain wish- F umitur! W con show all styles of - xox - just received Furniture in n fedL'feifelkei T. F. WILBURN edge CO. bin-cH- . fasci-cotiD- g. fA fintt-ery- , Ve propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of tho limed. You can rost aaonred UNDERTAKERS G00D3 ever brought to you need never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell aa Uno ai on short notice. any retail Furnlturo store in tho ''Purchase, GOOUS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIH Very respectfully, BRIUIITSfiiS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. "& Don't funnel thc place, on the opposite corner from Plaut Bro'a. & Con under the New CITY JIALI Give tnca call before buyiug elsewhere. JSSTS.ore roams In new Odd Fellows building. C"Yon can depend upon finding any thing iu ay houso that ia kept In a first claw IO-A1- 1 kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and in a workmanlike styia. STORE. rUUNITURE we are prepared to give special inducements as oon-troll- ed RespQciftdly, 'T3- - CjanEtJDJXTEli., & &K! Contractors and Builders of Houses- - r reni-de- nt fast PIP mmmm -- m n n mm & w "TP A if r4 A "rafS A Wfv if I 1 JPHIS llOUSC HAS DCE.V RECENTLY EN'LAROED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED and thorouzhlv ranovated. ConTcneat to river and railroad, and TiUontive H.ilcU VU mad, altorcther ono of tbo best appointed hotels in this section. i com-miito- i, ly "l,""hlsJlI?lsWX':sVJC UM& IVJBItWX'ropjpIcCOr)"1 ZaiL3F&.i B O ti -- ff 4 Anti-Monop- o- 1 HEUTWECK, BALTZEE & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF . o d J Ii rll ..I.'" fffSrlTKiiWJimiLJi ?mmmm CKT2vr7 i 'TrrK? j -- Jfi.JlL We will ecH.out fetock of Spring and Sumtncr GootLr for thc next days at a CO wtf iistr. ,"ai rit. GREATLY BEDTJCED PRICE, in order to make room for a large stock of Is-lau- d, ucky. county, Mr. R. or Can any one bring us a case of Kidney . Written Rt My MotUor'n Grove. la Hickman Bitters Complaint Sheriff willLiverspeedily cure? that Electricthey can H. Johnson was st ctoaoi o. rstxTicK. We say not fall trembling ever Sammels by about 700 ma- not, as thousands of cases already penna. the the shutting floittra; llko souls at jority; Elder Willis White nantly cured and who are daily recomrest ablna gloriously; School Commissioner; and the mending Electric Bitters, will prove. Tks ttari EiT0 ne aro blest.said all, new road law defeated, says the Bright'a Diaeaae, Diabetes, Weak Back, or Mother, I 1ot tbjr grTel any urinary complaint quick cured. They ancj wild, hh fitcVnaa County Times. purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and Thetlolot, o'er Its blossoms blue shall It ware trarts thy ho&d;. vrhrn Abor tby child! "I tell yda Bill no girl can act directly on the diseased parls. JSvery For fool me. If I call on a girl and bottle guaranteed. Drug sale at 60c a bottle IUTit a set no or, yt must tempttt bright Icitcs to th costing Store. ftfcdoo.H say much and acts like by FORTUNE'S bow; re-electdcw-dro- r-i Lf-s-o re-elect- Mst Aa Answer Wanted. left eff all aiybad habita, including rum and but have taken up part of them inou, tliongh I droit think I chew quite t much aa I did." Jii-sroil- Consequently I Wmll Hickman, Kentucky. aad WsimME 4s WIckliffe take hands with me when I leave, county seat has again won the over Elandvillo by don't ask me to call again, its wd from 300 to 400 majority. Tho Try seldom I ever call back again Hickman county Times thinks this see ber,n to wftutiine to leave, and don't 'tis Zr mothor,ou thythine emblem; doit brow. Is blltet A xbtv nnd fascinathig amusement has boon introduced in Chicago by small children whoso paronta live at hotels. It consists in scattering tho blocka used aloug tho slaira iu building leading from tho upper floors of tho botch Tho gamo Is for tha boarders to get down stairs diva play-houses Now if yoti want good quality and low prices, this is a chance you hardly canHafford to lose, as the bargains wc offer cannot be 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 satisfied that we mean all we say. 3Pa 3 4MS11 DfiALBB IVi Hn. O. M. Vaughan, State Baoaiorfrom this District, diod, at 'Ida home in Hickman County, Friday last. He had held many plaeaft af public trust and confi-4eosheriff, member of tho State Senator, &c, and always proven himself h4 enargetio and efficient. faith-AiThe pec capita for 1884 5 is 91 $5 for white and colored chil 4re alike. After the liberal at the Legislature last win-tawas expected to bo higher k of fjMtiziBg the colored and the vhito prorata, and the increase of the ttiatber of school children in tha Sate, has limited it to the sum e, Leg-Watar- e, t l, Somo feeling was in some instances engendered between friends aud opponents of the road law. Gentlemen the election is over, and good will ought to return. Tho people have pronounced against tho law, fairly and pqnarcly, and all good citizens will submit to the majority cheerfully. will forever settle this question. streams: oj tbe, as erst la childhood, lie, And sharo tby dreams. And must I linger here, To stain tho plumage of my sinless And mourn the hopes to sblldbood dear With bitter tears? A leeely Aad I could lot to die: kaT untasted life's dark, yre, Tim new Capitol nt Albany Is an fortunate edifioo. Tho other day a tank full of water, used for running tho olova-torburst and lloodcd tho building with six thousand gallons of water. If tlioro ia anything o if ow York logislator hates it is water. uns, Wzhiwm&isttMmma&mKwmm m J. W. COWG1LL, I3ST The old, popular and always reliable" Hardware house of rw Ay, mnsM Whose linger hero, branch upon a withered ties, last frail leaf, untimely sere, Went down with tbcej Oft, from life's withered bower. In Mill communion with the past, I turn And muse on the, the only flower Ia Memory's urn. An), when the Toning pale, Bows, Ilka a mourner, on tho dim, bluo PciuiArs it is called the "upper crust" becauno yon havo to pasa it to get to tha real meat aud strength of cocioty. X.00U Sj a IBT&&E& DKXJGS, PATENT K V sikkkB lri7.J3 hi tsVLVLli Trussjefl k atThlb. pro-Tisie- n r, tWnthfe.-bat"ioTiceselt- y s&TaaMd. Charles Beesc, was accidentally poisoned last week by taking morphine by mistake for quinine. Tno,"fainnyaentsttdtrie3,i5torr fnr quinine, and the young clorkmado the mistake of sending morphine. It was a sprightly littlo boy, aboat 8 years of ago, and he died before relief could be obtained. Bacltlea'sj Armlest S1t Tits Bbt Salve in the world f0f Cafe A littlo boy, the son of Mr. ly f r twa hatiiew a resident fHicfanaa, Kentucky, arrived hire laet Monday night on a visit ! her sister, Mrs. Sannie Coffey. Xjrs. T. is net looking so well us Whea she left herd and reports 3Cra.'B. D. Thomason, former- Around thy grate. Whare U thy spirit flown? I fete abore thy look is imaged there; I listen and thy gentle tone I on the air. iob, come, while horn I press sty brow upon tby graTs; and, la tho ralld And thrilling aotss of tenderness, Blesi, bless tby child! Tw, bless tby weeping child; And o'er thins urn llslljlon's holiest shrlae Oh, ft re his spirit, nndefllod, To tlend with thins. ware, I stray to hear tho night-wind- s wall We are now selling children Shoes, at 25c, to 75c. which coat us from 80c to 31 40 per pair. Ladies Shoc at 50o, to $1.00, original Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ' which are offered at MEDICI NlESl fcriJ-C-Jr-H K v?V JKSr5v5fl flL!sirI?jtKLBaVlLsH AVdUssBikKflkViBkTK Abdoninal Japrij costSl.25toS2.35. COEt, PAIISTTS slLtCXs L Mens Shoes 50o to $1, not one half their Men's and Boys Boot3, S2.00 to S3.50, and $4.00 per pair; this ia a sweeping reduction in this line and it wont last long. J.AMBERG'SSONS. 3 TOlLETipLES &c, Jke$& filled M. and that tho very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. All goods guaranteed to oacjVy &0.) Teacher lVnnted. A competent male teacher, middle-ageman preferred, in school district No. 11. Apply to F. M. BACON, July 81, 1834. Hickman, Ky. d Itr considerable sickness in tho locality f Hiefcmaa. We hope her Tiattsaay be a pleasant, one aud that a few breaths of onr west prairie atmosphere will fully restore her health. Mahlon Clipper. Mr. Themas V. Wallaco was elected city Marshal at the eloc-tie- a MoBday, distancing his by handsome majorities. We are led to believe that he will make an excellent ofDcor, and ahamld have the support of nil jroed eitizenB in the discharge of lis m impuiuiui. BWHIWI' oAee mmtm the peace, good or- yrm being of the town is aad more than ono has felt the lack of prop sappert from'the business men er com-petite- rs B Out of 118 counties in Kontucky, but 11 hold agricultural fairs this Sorea, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaias, falih The introduction of horse Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and po, racing and gambling would uot tirtljr curee Piles, or ao pay required. It meet tho endorsement of moral ia guaranteed to give perfect satiefactkn or moner refunded. Price 25 cmti box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drag Slew. .! ZStfCr. 1 he attention of builders especially desired cial inducements. The best roof for thc least money. Correspondence solicitedk Experienced workmen employed. as this house will cive spe- &C, sfw. at any hour, day or night. King night boll after 10 ofoloo For Keat. The Plant Bros. & Co. building ia to be thoroughly renovated and repaired, and will be for rent from the 1st of January, 1SS5. For terms, &c, address Harris Station, Tenn. STotlee to Contractor. The Undersigned committee of the Fulton County Court of Claims, to let by conf tract repairs of the jail of said, county, will proceen to m to tee lowest and best bidder at public outcry tho repairs of said jail, in front of said jail, on Saturday Aug. 16, 18,-8- 4 , at 8 p. m. taking bond with approved pecurity, conditioned for a faithful performance of tho work. Wo haTO tho right to rejcot any arid all bids. rians and specifications of thc Work can bo seen at the office of Judge R. S. ifurrell, and will be exhibited at the time of letting said work. B. S.MORRELL.1 people. Tho Stato Board of Equalization has increased tho assessment in Fulton county 1 per cent on lands and town lots, and decreased tho assessment on personal property 7 per cent, and the sheriff ordered to collect taxes accordingly. T '"t.4 i F r ii cttuens. next fall. Tho more tho peoplo flee aud hear of Cleveland tho more popular ho becomes. Tho Kontucky Christian Sunday School Association moot in Paris August 11th) 12th' and 13th. The cotton crop is roporod in For your own tooth. "The First FaWlv coudition, but about two of Virginia" Tobacco at Powell ftL good mio. ytCGKB Thought by ranny Xm be the. best afctwiac r Tobacco manufactured. Tho National Labor convention b,a8 boon postponed until SeptemMagistrates aro nor liable W a 13. fine or' not loss than $20 uoraBro ber than 100 for failing to keep a?full Tho President aud all of his and fair rocord of the proceedings Cabinet aro out of Washington. before them, in a book to beSro. It is said tho , cholera is dying 3 (PIT TBJ .uuu "J lu"lu: out iu France. ?- - nttd more hopeful of carrying Ohio The Democrats aro getting more It B. BREVARD. CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS JJND BOYS.. -. " ILCBUCK, t,h;e OLI3 reliable "&AS. A. HOJLCOMBE, 1 I 1 THE SiXTH YEAR WELL BEGIN 3 MOig"-A.-Y--- SEPTEMBER AND CONTINUE 1. 1S84:; N.NE MONTHS, ' -- DEAtER i ... inktrHdlUti, tftd ttfHal The Courted 8lcd7 includes, as heretofore, the best of primary lavish, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Muaic, Elocutioa and studies in Blion.'s unvoted, to the preparation of boys for business, Jtor college and Esnectat tK for vrofes8" studies. and consultation of jwrsnts, before the openiBgof schMpisrespwt-full- v CorrespsftJ" solids Addrew, ., '! ' ," DBDI8, M1WNI, FAINTS AND IMPS, -- Ans IM4- HP' ,c HiokmHB.Kyr. r $ c; jes: 3MC j& 2ar 9 dss: CA ar 4 BRMG ".YOU'k si JOB, K WORK t &c h ?- D.W. DICKERSON, Icom. WB JONES, j ;jS7t PHESC'RljfTIONS HArF' ' J ' 'c O M P O.U lTbSU h TO ITIIK - :flf 1 . v i 41 BnaHSBSB? (i J M y" Is 1 IS. CPft :: ii .( rrT- - 7 Un lho Jjiun. lp.. VS.C VB3LANU 'ATln I fYm drinks was tendered Auile&n aiEB? St'QJBBSf pasHCigera, .ovation. Many oi too n r t t ... iv j nr TWO C.ntttiI,tM.s"rj5i JJmauua ror inM Tho .xiit aoua uua.u, j WI1CU UiOJ jrinwcti i:u '"" trl ilHte. crowded around to shake his hand, An Albany specialEs?.1 dy,oi, no reacneu oanuogji f in ,uic uest vm& to tho Xo-- ' vTi 1I.W-- ' says: 01 spiriia over mo pugnuiuguf iu AltliouitU it har. hhntWSBnouucea that Gov. IIeirdricl.s3j8farVQ . y rm t 9BE 'EISKaB'COTOIlE:' tPSEF icKS aud Indiana. - ! 5F ffi Fii - in in plicity and oriffinalitv mMi, i. "i:..n i - ontrustl with th Knv. B. O'DANIEL, M. D.. 52otv LosJ, ,. ". .. .. I - .1 j "V UD I w a ie eJitlon ot Pf. Cnlfrwir J1:r i MmI i.wnrapu vo titat ascribed to M.'erniaent of tins great Union? For l." the tiM' niiml V oufcoeno, IuTo!tintry CIWFISBIONAL vt cijra, m iniPipventlvo genieffi fllwelva years of iharfimo the ca 0lF,2J-VH- Iiiiixitciicy, lUn'alantl or Hickman nud Hn! I...'? titu t Muma?, tte. aU, omco iias TieW.Hjv.F' reer or inai pany-i ami Kit", ji.JuCitl Vj t!Muilul-lriir- r, GROVER CLEVELAND, vtjj, n, anneara.f.ti one of unniiticated extrdva- Cwnsr room ia Laclede Houa. , y! 'to vigorously push a buaJness J.ten or . iiial litmvujKCtt. i.V. nj-ta& jikmj. jrxr here this afteriioon:inPf0-ar- a '' seized with acftutitoms nf i;s7i. gace aud corruptioB. Thli'M aollwr. ii. tbis ainlral.It OF NET YORK. strength to study a profession, clmrly, dri..iii.trstn liwn a tbirjy year.' ucctt!n tho Democratic mass meet- - in lfi54i ftnd at 0 tions for a fonaal rcccpW', wcr; At r lirvctH-atbnl Ike UnuiiiR coitOTlucnrr , A 1 hie .syp Kentucky reluctantly claims the v i strength to regulate a household, ...i..v,. .i... nuniinniiSB."'" - . ;nf ;, Aiimiii' -- '. v Tuesday night, em into rilkHy curnl; rinliistut minlo a't inanJ fftctnl, hj of" ran "eai unhappy distinction of being the irile, rrrtin, no wish nny disnlavfdr praiy lul strength to do a day's labor withSam nel J. Randall brand? all rfftxr vn.in i. J fUtferiT, tnatltr wliut bij Humlw f whirh THOS. A. HENDRICKS, A.. ho came here omcUva51'n veryi nmii0 a spiriti od address, in which timc8? retunit.,i bou:e osceeuiiidv 1:l rgest dirjct ruixliilon nay .I, mny turo lilmrlfcLtily, jirt out physical pain. All this repreof all tho r'll-llynirly iJ OFIXDIAXA. Democratic oiyio t'Hi&mvcd Ue sid (haoM lo In the luinle of ttry sents what is wanted, in the often illrai,ki Bjcpt for thirty hours an.ll States, witn ino mngio exception IK Tl.i . AND SURUEQN, ' "i"" from Saratogsi.it ;d5ro'2-t,,RMwill . bo j woke up perfect! v well, )athiMtltery aMUib ttvlnml. a '.'. '" ! : ''fi foro-fron- in Una battle t. rkloA I wish I I44 nf Illinois. Tho internal revenue heard expression, "Oh ..' 11111 Sent HuJ-- frl, iH a UHi f UTtfi'l t, to atiy J- t in the of tho fight ine: rMHrtlv is CtiM, ch rvcv1l or fuur tmils, or to Jnrrtj ;.....i ai I'tiivna lmid- bv 'ICcntnckv in thf -C.tjlbkktson, the Republican Jup only companion t .a&ft.ix.izi Fi ill had the strength!" If you are IlIGKSUS, KEHTUCitl ildCM. AaMrvMi UnnniEter, of rndmua.Jl" wasi houost peoplo of tho country' te;' although it is not likclvtohKinni " lust fiscal year excooded thosrt of ' ." It TIIEUOLVERWELLMEDICALCO.'. Co gresRinau from the Oth Ivy., raining broken down, have not energy, or slightly ben 'Mr- Hen hove in a party of pn uciplo, niut'odnnon with favor hr wn..st. ...the next or third State in tho list 4 1 Amu Ji.. New Ywk.X. Y. ; lwt txt fiuiciile in District, attempted feel as if life was hardly worth livHi8Troffls!'oiTSl- Scrvlcos tc dricks alighted from a: pssenE.er-coac- to them is left tho work xf ratify-- ! bonista.it will not bo withnni iia bv about 5,000,000, or nearly 40 tbe,cjli2tns of ilickrnun end vieini "Washington City, lust week. ing, you can be relieved and reand as he$ had-a- sc'x ing those nominations. per cent attractions to a considerable "E3 :j fu stored to robust health and strength Came: a long protracted drunk. hat and no umbrella lie stopped The peoplo had reason to hope tion of tlie nonnlation. I slmi,i !L5Ji . iO. The State Central Committco in the depot. Cof." Laaiont, n- that Samuel ,1. Tilden would OC Hlrnn Irnnw i:niiinf!iinn-Tir.i.nn- t by taking BROWN'S IRON BITi met at Frankfort, July 1G, and l v....v..j The mad elingera and scandal vate Secretary of Gov.Glcvcmnd, able to accept the nomination, j " paui Bert's copper specifi which I) SALES IX TERS, which is a true tonic a V1 mongers have turned their batter- espied Mr. liondricks.1He had great cheering, but ho was una-- , seems to mo to havo tho c,auvui-ble,an- d county that tho Democracy in each medicine universally recommended in the Stato bo requested in his stead stands a can jtnge, if it be trustworthy, of ies against the private character never seen him before, bat recogfor all wasting diseases. to meet in mass convention at G) nized him from pictures?!16 ai L. past official life ia;dcring it impossible for those who their respective court houses on of Cleveland. The reaotion when seen of him. .M' 1 1 mo iicei gnaraiuco tuai ino uiujti use it to catch the cholera. JXD ALSO. tWso lies are exploded will make the 16th of August at 2 r. m:., to ATTORNEY "Gov. Hendricks Tbclic vet" can people will be safe in entrust AT LAW M. FrascotSt., Dahitaore So: select a new county committee or thousands of voterB for Clove-Uh- said Col. Lamont as howProac I(i Kiiotvn. ing him with tho high duties of 2ctf, SeinCH, Lines, HooW and all kind During the war I was in- confirm the one now in eoinmis- f l'lfloug THCklu and Huiitilie, at a bar ed him. jr Hen- Chief Magistrate of this republic. If any man knows what Taai - Jsiou. Jured in the stomach by apiece Collector, il9al Estate Agent gain.- Uroccriw sind Faiuil buppliw of a shell, and have suffered "Yes, sir," replied Mr. Tho outrage against the pooplo many will do outside of JolmKol from it ever since. About four M Thero will probably bo a ProLi Cleveland will havo such pnro dricks. by the fraud committed in 1S70 by HICKMAN, KY. yenrsaRoitbroughtonparaly- 2..10"'. .: ??- - AS Ibition electoral ticket nominated Bay"I am Mr. Lamont." 1 and undefined Democrats as , tho Republican party can now bo iuii jruHi. t33iuiiuui win iiui, mjQii h's, which kept me in bed six Before tho Oolnnl Tould sy punished by tho election of a his mouth, the next best thing to in Kontucky. There aro a good J5T Vill attend promptly to all Lnsl months, and the best doctors ard, Carlisle, Thurman, Pendleton, any &' ut!i entrusted him in Southwastor more Mr. Headric? grasped Democrat as President of the Uni- do is to listen to Sir. Cox. Iffe many temperance people in the in the city said I could not Bjindnll, Holinan, Morrison, K&iluoby &nd Xorthwcstora Tenneatec live. I suffered fearfully from : "Gov. ted States. Stato. They have carried local him by the hands and etfd says: .. . Spccialattention givsn to the investiga indigestion, and forovertwo McDonald, Cox, Palmer, Cleveland private secftaryr' option in many districts, and in I havo in this great siruggie to iff ti;n of Land titlo9,:iaJ tb pwrchaso years could not eat solid food TaIumany m boW1 h lllf(ltlAll ht" 9UUUICU 111 tft4lll ATI I"xl jju iihj ni ivu m .'actiiincks lli'Tifi from which to' select his cabin'. t. n'htMjrti" Bfio ef Koal listato. lXkU dneitlTTlM U jV3llIJii uuii T.rtM rt4TJsnS lti end for a large portion of the Tlio make ol th e"trtft mm'Col7ES8h&tbrIt-immHll, HsoVliTclMiooTaffrT I asplcudltl array. " fcMalliltime was unable to retain even Cuiuniiius ionnu diiTTeeknii line ,'i,Ji;;1'ifoun-thmcnt- . and after the three Jn.itaKon seats ;Bcnt and I assert here that H'- 111& ( f rtricd T l.tf u ... nrmiuwunirll wiii UUJIIWUUUI iutIO .l UtillUU.ra"'' llixmn'slron lSiUer and now mt . We ventnro to Bay that there is the driver pipped up his horses time has com0 for a chiilVrQ ln t,e f f II IVlt..fift .l. IJ bixtvthc4Bfid ' Telephonic" ia the latest addi after taking two bottles I am , tWnp mu t Democratic Congressman ana oncu hot a able to get up and go around federal Government, so that wo y know a a1(1 tion to the English lauguage. It M3! A & E, T.- - Tyler, -- - -- " may secure, instead or corrupt, wou and am rapiuly improving. from any of the other districts in fusion. xm,io Irft not si guifies telephone message, and whei tbey scc iu T, K G. Decker. Kentucky that favors Col. Tur- wuruunb uiuuuu iww miu. "- - auimnistration. a mire aaministra-- ; ;,. iwwIhhicpr r Kept fr aalc, nt a Latgtfn, said to be of correct Latin de .. . . tiMw; a "" arrived, niere tionot the lunctions ot govern- - " mid daleSublo of ner's attitude toward the Demo- Mr. noudrioks oftno l)himB that niBV COnic to- rivation. It will be classed with FA UK ti VXTHKliH. cratic party in this district, and was none of the blustor and side- ment by thoso called upon to exe- - them in cag0 lho i3eKlocatio par- tho words cablegram and tolegram. rt r BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is neither doos Senator Beck or Sen- show demonstration which greet- CUt know Tlie Associated Press has authorty got into poyer, aud tley filCKMAN, KENTUCKY a completo and sure remedy for ator "Williams. Outside of this ed Logan's arrival in Augusta. I noticed, the letter of accep- - tl iu aociTnnlil"g ised correspondents to use it in tatn .h(,r district his courso is condemned 3fr. Hendricks, strange to say, iiinuu vji ui. jjiiitin.-- , imu biu oi.u'u 'that result. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, JDreivrg, dispatches. VTTILL ATTEND TO ALL DU3IXES8 by the Democrats generally all had never met Gov. Cleveland be- tiiougnt was expressed unony in Weakness and all diseases requirI' yy entrusted lo tlieir care. . Dr. Koch, tho eminent German eitiitra a rtRtrxocnx and no doubt both tho letter of Mr. Logan, that tho over tho State. Trigg County fore "i" OHioe Millet Ulodk. ? ing a true, reliable, Gorlnfcx. scientist; after studying cholera felt very anxious to see each oth- Democratic party was not friend- From the UitawofI fcj.nMfrn ' Telophone. t9T8-'7-8 tonic. It enriches the blood, gives ,g ' in India, Egypt and France, mainConjnjissjon What evidence has the Tele er. "I do not believe," said Mr. ly to an American navy. Why? Mr. Hendricks, thati "'iS new life to the muscles and tono Hendricks on his way to the Exbrielly, in answer to mau in tho United Stitcs pro"nj tains that the germ is not in the I want phone that Senators Beck, Will- ecutive Mansion, i5that our case to the nerves. It is '!''"' in ckitax, those allusions, to say that the knows Indiana so w5ll, oxprpsou i air but in food and water. ,e ve iams, Blackburn, or any of the has a parallel in tho history of American navy from its organizauostrovca by hcat. ,oacc n. sSaghlctic nlvrnys eh Land, Presi Kop COmmonds that water for domes-Stat- e prominent Democratic leaders of Presidential nominees. Tue can- tion has been manned, and in a tho utmost confluence will cast its .clcotoraltvoto ti. ugcg bo boiloUj al(1 that foou L!ME,CKliENT. SA: T rLA'nJ.6SlClK) tho State, disapprove Turner's at didate for Vice President is on large degree ofilcerod, by Demo- for lho Democratic candidal tins. Krt 4,nmncWr ..nVni ATT8RMEY AT LAW VLiEii, UKASS SZKm, CLOTXi'vJti. 'i bo introduced to lULUUtKB t j? ii b J ' .1 tv ia i !. titnde? We havo heard of in his way to on the same tickot tho crats. ""$y. J ian. no uccwil'9 for lTill rahke l!fiers.i d6Bc3 c t9t candidato I want to sav more: that since thoroughly united, has a strong Periodical reports come from t&nces where local party dissen President." niGKXAN, KY. Gorx. i:t for ia!e or sLisniibL. V" the close'of the war thero has been field, audas un- England of enormous sums of cious existed that tho State Com When the carriage rolled up to expended on the American navy Stato ticket iu the LOWER and LOWER. money einiply waiting for heirs COLLECTIONS promptly remide juittee and chosen party leaders, tho door of the Executive Man- $400,000,000 of money, and it i fair disturbed by tho ephemeral Mov- to claim them. If tlie oustodiana So up in cyory ements which spring liftms. cidrs, SSuAbstracta of titles a apecialty. AnTcinJaofOrooerior or 50 per Preeidontial year. Such assuran- of these fortunes are really trouin the Interest of harmony, would sion Col. Lamont jumped nimbly to estimate that one-halwill not rhv, nit th chcar.cst. 1 WITTING. b b- was followed by Col. JOBS that amount ces from such a souroe carrjjtoou-lidenc- e bled with their trust we aro con- nnWMld. tike the matter in hand, and fairly out. He and Mr. Hendricks was cent., ofiu maintaining,has boon Bannister, or should it fident that heirs can be hired in to tho party throiraiout and impartially arbitrato the dif- the last to alight. Gov. Cleveland have been in maintaining and in any American State on reasonable 4, .A.EPb all kinds ofitapl.aad fMiy ' ferences, but bo far as wo know waB looking oat of the library creasing, the armament and ships the Union. terms. L. ENOSER, Democratic authority outside of window when tho carriage stop- of tho navy, and I utter the Tijpwly G b There is much ado and trouble FiaiTosr, iir.a. of tho door. lie thought that in tho past this district have chosen to re- ped in front (Hiokmnn.Ky., Clinton Str.) in the Republican camp at Brookarose and. walking into tho hall, ten years the great enemy of tho OomHM PWsxlMtoc. on3 Centtictlcapries Will to plcaatdto main silent. Thos Eopnblioaw. wlio are cir- lyn. Thoro is a Young Men's met Mr. Jleudricks. They both American navy has boon its civil tad will bath mtt culating slanders aboutiho lmvate Club, with U,C00 names ! G-Siiera in price and quality. Call uma se rocozrnized each other, although administration at Washington. TKX BtFrALO 31AKDC8. habits of Grorer C4verftn(Sid fori its membership list. So many u. "Quick tuha and SwtJI Pr.ltta, time. they had mot for tho first JSow a word or two ou tho sub- snnirm and twist if the Dcfera(- Th outrageous slander invent- Mr. Hendncks removed ins iiat, e Mfs'tbeaadr30ld that the . of them are ..-AM- Dutterances of our coned sgainBt Cleveland is reacting and thero was a sudden hearty ject of tho the relation to tho tar- ic press should insist upon laaKiagj organization cannot control itself f vention in public the reason that Jamfls tt. gDi?cflimta l'nrnrtil Lsftnr, Money, Iky in his favor, and evidences the and loner shako of tho hands. iff. I assert hero rt that tho Blnino skippotl froui Kalgcky, a3 a Republican machine. jiml SIJa on any Point in the ,, STSTGISXi E SAr.E3, While they were engaged in a good utterances of tho Democratic plat whenavoungraan, when cbiteng- desperate straits to which hia d jMni:t-4AccounU oi tie Talk of Oievolnnd being the $uiu, i iTBOpliTlenerally. ColIec'ion.- rimI I'rsnipt they both form in reference to tho tariff are aro driven. Failing to find old timo hand-shakJLJLZSTJD,Z to fight a dnel by the friend of vorite of the monopolists and Bctnittnnoa at C'r.rrent Kstitnf Kxehnsn eyes on each other. their tho most intelligent and business- an aggrieved party. If thojb Kc-- l corporations is sheer nonsense, any vulnerable place in his public kept m A. T. MITCHELL. Cr.hicr. W. A. "HBNSON i "lam glad to see you, Gover- like declarations that havo over publicans continue to thromud The great corporation lords of the record they have commenced this nor." exclaimed Gov. Cleveland. emanated from tho body of the at Cleveland's privato character, TJn:on aro Jay Gould, Cyrus W. e A 1Q 1 crc? a Iyrkhar mnd.SJ aji- rf dirty work. Does it look reason"And I am glad to see yon, Gov American people. taoy may bring out somRets JJiem auo Kiisseii oage, ana tney M P. DuliAKOX able that tho people of tho city of ernor." renhed Gov. liondricics. The Republicans concede that verv nnnleasant to Mr. Blrfire. E10K.MAK KAEBLE WORKS, are all for Blame, Sami- - C. Davis St .ctU;l&Q " library," said tho present tariff needs roform, "Oomo into the h --- ! ffUi' .4. i Yiim T' Buffalo, irrespective of party, Gov. Cleveland, and tho party and the Democratic party also acMr. Commissioner Evans, under X J1mUltitlnz Trntta. HICKMAN, when seeking a Ecforni candidate went-iq- . KY. The Governor and the cept that fact as conclusive, and auv v. VUUkivcvt uwiiiipov JfwtSee. . A Miehignn paper nopw jt. iuuutu Internal Havatine Gallac-- 1 for ifayorof that city, where there After go further, aud indicate tho manfifteen 1 -- ..aintroduced ner in which tho dotailg of tlie pross of the State will om woro all but wo of ofwgoodimen, a nTii H , JiijffffWRwWWjjjj war mil hn fi;cl- - AQ- that. U)Q er; over nil of them, amMwanld..bvo frono ORArI.Cn .til tho foreign article, whfen rvci Mjtii rr brftire the 30th f A. Jx. KuV 2 J to nominate and eloct a man who chat, and at G I. ii.?lnner was sost of to tho United States, in why it is so, nays Eugene Field in 1UUICJ16 luc ums coarse, , ixsssr J. lifl4, in my omes iith Mr. Gro. ll:-- . tho Chicago News, but wrhave notoriously guilty of such served. was f competition when here with Ameri- found to bo a Italian AH Asebican Marbi.v' fact that whonev- - Tho editor of tho Indianopolia it Ifojirscti. Guardian Mat'-IMr. Hendricks demrted at 7 can products, shall have that duty vile charges! And this too when J1ICKMA X. KEXTWK 8t- or a newspaper man becomes aTimen, Blaiuite, telegraphod a t o'clock, lust as ouictlj as ho had i,.;nrion-,iCivi.inii will nil un .it MfJNUMHNTS, TOHE AKD'OHATE bo was elocted by a union of Dom-crat- s arrived. Gov. Clovelaid escorted j leading Bepublican of Buffitlo for candidate for office, all the the gapbctwecn the cost of the newspapermen ial;o opocial ,'othor,i more proof of tho scandal alleged Vinliw inform pains and Republicans dosiring him to the depot. to the pulilic (tneraUy. that SrocorleSev foreimi articlo, so that tho Ameri- STONES. w met mere ,n inhnrftr,imv not bavo his wa- - to slander and abuse and defeat against Cleveland, and received he is iar prfpnre-- tkt all kiwi of Dut-i-tr"reform." And thon when the Gov. Jdondnck's T .ftTr-Qa?4' f Kf'fn fhon fT, T for reply: "It receives no attenPrtif wMiilit furtliKr iiifuniiii same issue of "reform" came up by a World correspendont, and ges reduced, but ho shall havo a him. tion. will pns ecll nty Oilier, Srsttioor tion here not the slightest!!" a INQ received a flue lot of Amer 1 havo no clerk expon,.. the two seated togctierrodo to part, if not a moiety, ottue pronta n0 tiT3 vriflt of LndetJu Home M to the State, tho Democrats Tlifl IrlKh All Jtlsht. .J tcan aud Italian Marble. I am nro and pay ensth tor all jut Qttcirit- - fta a Saratoga, enjoying a veryplcasant of production. Tlie Prohibitionists havo an adpurcdjto fill all orders. Call aud czamine thejrfcve ca sell as cheap as of his reform reputation chat all the way. MrilHendricks' The Boston Republic hns per? vantage over other political or li oW work Talk to me about the Republiur lesT. Bust brau&s of tiritteabsr? aau"L ftominated him for Governor, and face was wreathed witk smiles, and can party boing tho friend of the formed a creditable iiieco of ganizations. They can iiold thoir .Orders from the country promptly Mar riour, Jo cents chfaatrthaa th Uw may -- 6 witi the aid of Eopublicau "re- it was evident that hisvisit at tho laboring men. My experience for newspaper work 111 obtaining tho . meotine-- on Sinuhivs nml rH f.hfm W HUiWa JOHN ITITTINft. ; Executivo Ivlausion had boon very 22 years in tho houso of Represen- opinion of promin ent relirious. In Baltimore the Pro UIi IjlL'J former" they elected him by the SCW bnglaUU hihitinn nnirrinrttinrm worn rofifinil crats in all parts expressed his satismnprecedentod majority of 192,-0- pleasant. He result of his first tatives of the United States toaoh-e- s as to the feeling of SALE AKD LIVERY STABLS" with which Gov. last Sunday. faction over the me that declaration has no la it not unreasonable to visit to Gov. Cleveland. Ho Baid : foundation thofact." Cleveland's nomination in Anothor idiot will try to cross PACKET COMPANY nppoao that the pooplo would received. "An impartial consideraAt T "I havo been most favorably W'tw tho ocean in a dory with no other i'AKIUSlC. ' tion of theso responses," says tho companion impressed by Mr. Cleveland. He SgSgpa-- SInlncauct Prohibition. givon such a wonderful luve KENTUCKY STREET, ' than a dog. Tory litfin his bearcoucede Transcript (Rep.), "will to a man notoriously is dignified, courtoous in speech. Poetland, Me., July 8, 18S4. on haaf for kiri"f tle interest is felt in the idiot; but constantly exact .''PASaKOS"ABI.B That they contain evidence of only i&Hr&& KEEPS sale ' - T failty of such crimes ! It is not ing, incisivo and most cordially, Rev. C. Clark, Jr., Dear Sin Thero can the unwilling dog has the aympa-th- y trifling disaffection. Ho received me ". HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. I ..S33glb?52S& Youriioto of tho 4th inst. has hardly be a of the civilized world. .within the range" of belief. Be- and I diued with him and his famGov. Having purchased the stable, atrstrf just reached me. In answor to Cleveland will doubt that Irish A M 9 j BOOT AND nnd entire outfit of W. B. Plummt'?: reeeivo tho sides, tie leading Bepnblican pa- ily." your inquiry I say: I havo had Ii i wo propose to continne the business, r i"c is t l .:! nl - Tho Presidential election falls (0HITSD STATES HAIL.) i oi vr nf&t ssd nu SHOE r ulu i !... .i:tr per of Buffalo comes out and says "Who was present daring your on ISovomber 4 year, as tho solicit patronage 1" most its usually unbroken solidity month comes in this Saturdaj'. Tho interview with Mr. Cleveland on of the country making inquirics JOHN A. SCUDDER, President. that the charge ia not true. "So ono exceptiugMessrs. Man- ol.nnt MV T?l,;r.o Tift- - Mlt- - ,OD, IOf IIIU JJOIHUUUUy. law rcquiros tho olection to bo JOHN P. KKISER, Superintendent. SHOP. Xorth Wast corner of Moscow TIIEO. U XEIGLBU, ning and Bannister. The latter been that he has always boon a and Treaa. and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky , BOOTS AND SHOESr held on the Tuesday after the first MXOORATia X&Z.I.V. , Irf, Hartl Times. gentleman did tho honors in intro- friend of the Maine law and has Monday. a?S3tLifoction guaranteed. AiiBjw TrcTiler. a i U, A TRMVEEKLY LINE of boata ducing me." many times rendered important KXJUlij. EDNS St. Louis to Memphis, nad a April. "Ain' yor got cr ole coat yer Cleveland and Hendricks aro uo not care to service to it. lie is in favor of you "I ,? line from St. Louis to Vicks. Tho Chairman of tho Fulton state presume Tilwhat passed between you,i, nnnCitntim,oi coiil' gin er po' pusson," said an practically the "old ticket." will- - burg. .bV .cepa in bjock me very liest MalerUL. ., Comnty Democratic Committee has and the Governor 1 don being old and feeble old amendment and will vote for it. ofa ?'cgro, applying at the house ed tho Democratic, party has Gro-ve- r and keeps only the best workmen. WrV GOING SOUTH. to n citizen. fesmed a call inviting the DemoW. DIESTELBRINK guaranteed. Rcpairingsolicited. "' "2fo, it would not be right if 1 He is also a teetotaler and ha8 Cleveland. Tho mantle of Memphis boats piss Hickman Tuesday "I only havo this one," said the crats of Faltoft eoanty to meet at did. As for as expressed, our been so soveral yeara. nights, Thursday nights and Saturday Vlckaburg night.. boats, Sunday, --. t tie court honse in Hickman, Sat- views harmonized, and. wo were The Bepublican party of Ztfaino gentloman. to"Shall I take it off Elijah has fallen upon Elishn. content to leave tho management has aIwavs Inade prohibition a part and give it yon?" Tho yellow fever is rampant in Wednesdays and Fridays. urday, the 16th inBtant, to .ratify THE BARTER GROCERT "If o, sab, doan like dat rip uu'or GOING NORTn. of the campaign with the wi the nomination of Cleveland and compotent committoo having yery,ofits patform and conceded to do arm. Wanted er Sunday coat, Sonora, Mexico, and steps are beit in' tho pcoplo at ihQ ia8t Legislature Memphis boats pnss Hickman Tuesday ing taken to prevent its introducJ. II. MONTGOMERY, aanomr,-- - ' yer air so particular, reck- tion into this country, all of which nights, Friday nights and Sunday nights. Hendricks. Hon. C. L. Randle charge." MR. to his friends and thepublie tkal i au opportunity to vote on tho but ez 'Clar aud others, havo been iuvitod to "You know there is ranch inter- - qnosti0u of Constitutional prohi-es- t on I'd bettor move on. gottih ter it is hoped may provo successful. Yickabitrg boats Mondays, Wednesdays, TVrOBpace to name all articles, but no ho has opened a new and fresh supply of " and Saturdays. so all kinds of Familt Groced.iks, which i trouble to show goods, manifested over tho treatment bitioll a8 jt i8 the undoubted right goodness do times is ake speeches on tho occasion. Dr. Thos. A. Henderson, a Memphis boats Steamers City of Hel- andom'c and see, at tho corner of Troy sU as low aa the lowest. He ia'rta hard dat er cullud gounerman is 0f the peoplo to do. ThetomperItfs probable that some speakers lyiucui7on.aiaueriiu ou.iu- 1 auc0 mon 0f Maine therefore may- 'bout tor bo loP in do lurchA Groceries xtA Brooklyn member of tho Kew ena, Sie. Oenivievc and John 15. Mnude. of and Moscow Aveqae. East Hickmrn, Ky dy at all times are to receive at your hands Steamers City Vicksburg boats cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, r-- " movement Providence, Belie of Memphis, Gold Dust; York froa abroad may be present, but suggested the correspondent. any kind of marketing that tho farming-:- , properly be loyal to tho party DeuiCfrat Disease. A believes that most of tho City of Cairo, City of Greenville find 'wkether thy are or not, the friends may bring in. The highest & ' "Is thero indeed!" romarkod bicU hftg a ,ugt claim t0 thoir Ark&ti'sw TraTelrr. ' mv vote is for Cleveland. City of Vicksburc. ket pricoaiwnvs paid. jiix. xicnuriCKS Dianuiy, uui mii support. But outside of this State, hereabosts havo resolved "Look henh!" said J.M. MONTGOMERY &BRa- of his dis feus sing the Vermont, Kansas and Iowa tho meeting, the Governor old Silas, Jlondricks will mako Bpeeches to press Capt. Handle to,tho-frou- t liEOCEEY purposes"ofthcao two gentleman Republican party has no claim saw, "da 'tell mo dat do cheloraji i Indiana and all tho monev in ' f r. one, rowing Dempcratio cam-&ig- k further. -. Union cannot keen him from roRwhatover upon temperance men hab got er 'special spite at do5 nigspeech. "Will Mr. Cleveland remain in for help at tho ballot box. carrying the Stato by oven a larifflDBB H. O. Albany during tho campaign, or Wfi f tlin IfbMllfVlUUW tnnn rf gers." ntviTnT'0'nin U.A. SA The meeting ia to-- bo an ger majority than ho did in 1876. ..I 1...V ' ft "Yes, it carries them. ofF,'l tho he planned to spend pan maino, aro firm in the conviction governor replied. (DAVIS' OLD STAND.) Democratic mass meet has time Cleveland and Hendricks mot -' COMPANY. ii Long Branch .,',, in fi.f kij to ratify the nomination of theresortsatas reported r. am otn and suppression of the nrniiihWin "Uh, Uh. It's cr sorter Demo- - for the first time and formed each All kinds of er liquor traf- crat 'zease, yalicrfe-- other's acquaintance it Cleveland' and Hendricks, and on "I don't know of any purpose fic, can nover be attained except ber is sorterain't fab?or Do do 'Pnhli-;- Tho meeting is said to last week. in o' havo boon STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES this platform all Democrats here-a'loa- on his part to bo absent from Al- by independent political action. cans. Mempliis, Cairo, It am strange whut cam- an interesting one. Tho sooner that policy is resorted are united. It Is intended bany." usually kept in a s house, atbot As regards his own plans Mr. to and vigorously pursued tho paign 'fluences do whito folks Bulhy Hayes is ontirely ignored to have no bearing whatever on Hendricks said ,iom prices. his ssoner we shall win. .Respectful- fetches ter bar' on do sitywation." in all the grand political stirs. His that bo and tfca CegTosonal race, or other wifo hadiiotyet dotormiaed upon Asa the JANOY CAXD1ES, own party only mentions his name TJZA9, ly, Neal Dow. "5Vo Can't ncllere tt. local, differences, between Damo-arat- them. ItisprobabloheVillspoud to bo hissed. Such i3 tho wages JAMES W. GAFF, ANDY BAUM, AIXCZ'JIEAAT, ." PICKLES. rt Son Ik CONS MILLER, VINT SHINKLE Democrats can raliy to some days moroin Rnmtoca. Mr. Got. Cleveland: "If in tho We aro unwilling to take a cer- of fraud. CRAKBERRIE3, IlOillNT, GRITS GRANITE STATE, fUendrioks denoHncod as foolish contest npon which we now enter Cleveland and Hendricks, and Tho cholera at Marseilles and tain amount of stock in wo steadfastly hold to the under per acconnts of Western newspa- Toulon, and in fact in all parts of I" EAVES EVERY SUNDA Yand THURS-- j the go on with their local differ- lucasuoaw in Kow xorjc dity, at 5 p. n., for Cairo, Louisville cyclones, otherepublican papers principles of our party creed; but when an Arkausaw paper (Take ifie ences if they choose. After tho m republishing 8ll 0ia speech pur- lyingat all tells jj'rance, is rapuuy on tne decrease. aud Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati times keeping iu view about a zephyr carrying a bod-quiand, with Railroads and Steamers for This is good news. , Sugar, Coffees, goaps, S:c. peaking-- the Fulton County Dera- - porting to be deUvercd by him the people's good, we shall bo that contained certain extreme strong, because tvo are true to sixty-on-o for miles, and then froiiif Cleveland and Hendricks, Blaine i.t.ni, Western and Nerta ?oials, cratio Cemaiitee will bo N.,-C.;Si, .:L .Rfc. tho sheet, wo nron't. and Logan, Butler aud West, St. Giving through tickets to all points Chi- vi til WiU not bc undersold. . partisan sfateaawfo When the ourselves, and because tho plain back pay fun price for Butter, Egge, &c but while all Democrats speech, was thoro. John and Daniel you pays your cago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, New and independent voters of the wiavited;to participate in the Ovarii tart 4. 1.TAst published .1and i land will seelc, by their suffrages, York, Washington City, Philadelphia and u, w mm ,v uenounuou it 'jw The An intimato friend of General money and takes yonr choice. Boston. East, North and Western toiir-ist- a ttarfahixatfon, riono need do so u uuor ot his to compaBS their release from par- Graut states that since his will find La Bolle River route Bafe, The cholera epidemic in Franco Wall saIms they so desire. Come out, remarks. Attep8 to make cap- ty tyranny, where there should be street troubles came upon him ho is abating and it is hoped tho worst delightful and economical. ital out of the ech on previous submission to the popular will and is gradually losing his Rates by this a all, aud hear a rousing is over. The death rato is daily other first class lino cheaper than any mind. occasions had preven fatilo. Inf- their protection from corruption, route Meals and states diminishing. 0X0 Democratic speech erring to the eiwrffcs published rooms free. Baggago checked through. Carl Schurz will begin his canwhere there should bo devotion to splendid S2 Passengers IraKHoB. C. L. Eandlc. agawstafc Othnd, he thought tho people's interests." vass for Cleveland by a speech in Therein aro seventeen German Irip by this line, ascan rly on a are all Jos. CaH on nearest Ticket Agent, im the . --c they papers Ohio and all of thorn are first class, having been steamers built b th silent Brooklyn on TaeBday night. expressly I 7" Tha TaKam Index savs one man omtempt JHft(s!aerod the Or Addrcsa 0X0 against Blaine and Logan. for tho accommodation of passengers. Hon. John Gr. 'Carlisle and Hon ' mm laad $60 last week for gi ing prospocti foMWmPrsltie success , A. X Stevens s Joe Blackburn will each makofour Boswell P. Flower says Cleveland More than of tho S6T Each stoatner carries a full siring i cool tlle,Vei7 '"t-ri of Beer,4 fresh 7a"i Art n.ll-'.J- - ?,.,, ar wmimaK man a uroiK 01 winsty R. W. LIOHTBURl.E,, and tonte and attentive clerks to i will carry Now York by 60,t businoss mon of New York City band. w. e nrny(ry and felt quite speech ics in Florida during tho 1VLK. 1 General Freight and Ticket ARcnl' 4KCCUiitoiuini . m.Mfjm 000 majority. Jsuro carrjia 0. T. & T. A Nashville, iTeatr, ' 4 y0w York campaign. K .'f are for Cleveland. No 7 Monroe 3treer,Mc'rapHe,Te2a iio-H-Itetovct!- Democratic ticket. Atila'i'i:cii. t anieKennunQau nam, jas nau i.t;, ttfa jfulrcouirui ui uio x'uuunti uov (JurtMior r urc Ib ,. UlU IliO Inihuj:ianir f n.l eminent Imiir nnnnorli fnryear?. nor. an ....uup, chiia - jmsiici iiv ii.. i.rtt &c lUffly. i x "'ftDcx'imaan, K.crarz'B3iaemlXijjf.sz . twent-fou- "" ' " ' 1 .1 . lor .s .! 1 -, STREKsTH & J -t Att-kCE- t'perma-t..ril-- H S m ci"s -- Iuca-Jmril- y, : Con-umtl- mp-- Vljnb-i'j- j . - -- er "", ,;. - - i.i h tax-pay- er Dl. A. F.ris - - ry d . i 1 ..-- - r 'h.n-ii,;,,iSarcKv J '- m' J I - OS-c- h, - nu 15-1- "iyu-m)OU- ro-solv- t EANDLE Family - Groceries; d. K'?!!. . l v ,.: Sto-Teuo- n, SAL Bv -v , li"wl-w'- -- - tlht a-- 5r- - Lc-s- t s '- - - ,.i-.i- j I .- - -- . A n,,. ,., nil is mm-- . .ttoraoy3 at'Lairo Bondurant to-da- y, lnln lic au,l i r Wilson fvferclja:,' ri - i-- .' -- f, ox-pond- ed J.W.BOGESS, SO to-nig- ht Wrlr. - It . FULTON BAWK of CEBIESr fki Ko-imblie- E O OE SI ESfoapfca, fS50s000.00 t - anti-Bhtln- to-nig- ht 5-- en-omi- es fa-e- f o i TIMBBB - i-C- o, . Z. , . -- suprt!t ! . -- aritT-aTial- l - 'H iJigisiEB8y&w&, Vt ' Ta.--v aW-rn-p- Ju, s I t J , 1 T bo-ara- se ii ,H I s Irish-Donio- io3 mimm k 0. wm siiieiif rg Eakis m - fill ii. rT zrT? I ..! , well-know- , Paraiiy I at-wi- anti-monopol- y anti-monopolis- Dem-"(Mra- ts ts of-Aran--j-rr WVL1 old-fashion- ed 13 PA0EET II MB - JTJBGS. ASHVILLE -- Ohattanooga ts Louisville and Cincinnati Steamers firat-claB- Atlanta, Florida s. to .fllfli WWW QWi:"' xn-banea- nd lt xeor-faniae- d, . - J -- .vvi wwrejH-wentatio- n ad fITOLT HALL. FAVORITE SOHH. Prou'r. -- :$ I ed elld ' . " -- two-third- ", 'it l 15 Ve 'Sr.'-v- - I ''r t 'jski ' , rw rr 1 4t i4 -- - V l.nrit i Hllnon Dead ft , OaV.tl'f J.I.Kt'TSOJtS. Mosquitoes. JLOCAL Wo are deeply pained to an Among living creatures, can wo find FOIt BIlEItlFF. nounc o tho death ono that bo belies ltd appearance na the A jrrainl menagerie and circus lotto Wilson, who of Mr. C. IIm,i, ; For Ii B. 70; mosquito? "liat an innocent little died at the res fct Fulton oa August 25th. idenco of his father, near Ujcfc. Caycc, 35; Hickman. 200; Fulton, tiling it looks like ! Blocxlthirstv? Ini possible ! as it alights beforo Xeuewbcr, ui.iu, ivuuiiusuayjugnt'iast. oihoi"-i-sSi Sassafras.' 21: Jordan. 3:i Mini. . a tliiitle-dow- n See is bulky compared you, j: . .. with fc eh col Book, S1atR, C'ryohn and nil two weeks ago ho was 'lotal, C fnd Beiul, 0. 5mcA. 43U. it; tho floating ghootof the daiic'elion H i'"" W. J. Lo dtrton. 77? tacoarso bcaido tho slender outlines of BLol Supplies, chcarcr tlian cvtr sold ia UOllimfr in 11m. liny field. boX." uuuanie tkif market before, at uvuiiiL'tiLuu, Bumuuung like sun- faayce, 77 Hickman, 211 ; Fulton, this airy goneniner. None of tho gauzo- Foncxx's Dnuo Etoue, stroke, iuflamatiou of the d u; joruan, bb; winged or atomies Hint brain liu; oassairas, frolic in the sanshine appear leas set in, nnd his death was the re- jladrid Bend, 10. Total, GOO. The Union City fair is fixed sult. The deceased was a youn" . Fr t W. Farmer, Lodgton, 10 ; bio of inflicting pain. As tho nimble for Oct. 7j 3. 9, 10 and 11. mosquito and dinices lawyer, born and raised iu this Caycc, 7 ; Hickman, 2S ; Fulton, 90; j your lioad,singssesms innocentairily over ho compared Note Plaut'n low prices. community, widely known, and Sassafras, 3; Madrid Bend, 00; to yonder blnck spider. And yot at 11-1- . your slightcet movement tho spider Thoro were 1213 votes cast in well belikcd by Ids associates and Jordan, 00. Total, friends. As a young lawyer he I Shuck's majority over Walkor, Bouttloa ofl', only anxious to get out of ho county election last Monday. t tho way, while tho littlo smger, so was rapidly ncquiriug practice 111 gracofiu in tho airy curves of its flight, Yu can wivo 26 per ccut in price, ami and was withal a young man of ?for acnooL oojimissioneu. rotrcnts a circle higher only to renew 40 mi cr.t in quality by buying FURNI-TUIt- tho most indomitable, energy, jn. .Far J. II Sanders. Lodgton, 99; his attack unguarded mo at dustry and perseverance, that wo Cayce, 9G; Hickman, 355; Fulton, mont. His at j'our firstaro as light as if movements E.T.GARDNER'S. ever knew. Kindly in his sympa- 33; Sassafras, 2G; Jordan, GG; Ma- earthly olemeuts had formed nouo of bifl component psirts, or as if ho might live Thoro are preachers in thies, accommodating to all, poor drid, Bend, 13. Total, 750. tho United States by the last con Charlie will bo missed ami mourn- r Ftr L. L. Milam. T.njlrrfnn Rrt- - on mist or dew, or as if hisethercnj "" framo found its support in the moisture ed by tho good people of thi3 com- Gsyce, 22; Hickman, 133; sua. Fulton, inherent in tho air I munity, most of whom havo known 1?7; Sassafras, 27; Jordan, 16; "What a mistake Thcro is nothing Prcserlptlwuu. him since childhood, and especial- Madrid Bend, 2. Total, US. moro bloodthirsty, nnd more persistently Sir A. B. Taliaferro, with the ilace ly will their sincere sympathies intent upon satisfying his craving for go Baundor's majority, 302 l T. P. Fortune, will attend louujr and all out to the blood, than tliis innocent-lookin- g hypo-critheartbroken mother j rcriptioaa beinjr al!ed at HEW HOAD LAW. The house-il-y, alighting on your who idolized her boy. Tho deFoktusb's Duuo Stoss. ceased was a member of thoKoyal for New Road Iaixo. Lodgton, face and tickling you with hia six Gov. Knott has ordered the Templars, held u prominent place U) Cayce, 78 ; Hickman, 317 ; Fult- rought Bpongy feet had ho a like power to inflict pam, annoyance would State Guard into encampment st in the State organization of that on, 21; Sassafras, 00; Jordan, 47 ; you bo subject to what tho domestic ani! If to yadrid Bend, 00. Total, 50S. Louisville for seven days, begin Order, and was an active, zealous mals was given, in proportion to thoir aing the 18th. day of August. and consistent temperance work- Aguinit aVcto lioad Lata. Lodg-pn- , strength and size, tho power and will of 124 ; Cayce, 43 ; Hickman, 1G7 tho ni03quito to inflict torment, what Burglars entered tho resi- er, and his earnest efforts, as a fulton, 21G; Sassafras, 53; Jor- a world tills would bo; tho lion and dence of Mr. Clias. Bear, Sunday young man, in behalf of temper- dan, 33; Madrid Bond, 16. Total, tiger would bo comparatively harmless, night last, and relieved his pocket ance, will be a pleasing memory to Surely these innumerable and ubiquithoso who cherish and lovo his tous littlo pests were given to teach U3 of $35 in currency. memory. We sincerely trust that ttoad Law defeated by 144 ma somo lesson. Wo find their prototypo of in mai ureal, ucyonu no now en jority. Yoeder, In tho tormenting and harashing Brooklyn, sayn: uIt is my opinion joys a peace which aurpassoa-a- u Thes. R. McMalmn was oloctoid uotliings that worry onr every-da- y lifo ; Constable in tho Hickman District. tho sharp sting given undor cover of that Cleveland will get ninety per earthly understanding. ont. of tho German vote." at 9:30 Mr. Henry Cannon was elected apparently smooth worda. tho buzzing He will be buried tho hints, tha constable in tho Fulton district; ot malicious tongues; such trifles and The 4th Annual 3coting of A. m., by tho Royal Templars. inrmeudoci that seem Mr. Elijah Bradley in tho Cayce ; yet do so much to poison our happiness the Sanitary Council of Kentucky, A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to All mid Mr. James Bradshaw in tho these aro tho uioequitoeu that sting will bo hold at Elizabcthtown, tho heart lou who liud eauso for O.-t-. 1st and 2nd, 18S4. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney of Sassafras Bidgo precinct. J. complaint that God should nivolife to 'i '"uiij, .mini , units; niier usuiu"" Wcippoo there are. or will be cantli-d- te such tormenting tilings in Oio animal Of 37 teachers examined in more than tbree years, I take great pleasf.r Congre in thi district, but not world, is your conscituco clear that you Graves county only 15 seenred ure in etating tbat I regard Dr. Kine'd hftvo not qcted the same part in a hig'hor rajHT iii the diftrict contains n authoricertificates and only one of thoso New diwovery for Consumption, as the zed aniionemntof any of the anpiraatB. sphere ? Havo your words and nets best remedy in tha world for Cbtiglia ami was first-clasExchange. South Kcntuckinn. been always so full of lovo and tenderColds. It has never failed to cure the most Mr. C. N. Brigauco and Miss severe colds I hare had, and inTarfably Candidates believe, or affect to ness that yon have never willingly pain upon those around Addie Bnmoy. were married, on relieves the pain in the cheat." beliovc, that special newspaper inflictedaro careless of hurting the you? 3 If yctt Trial Bottles of this sure cure for all support Thursday of this woek. Success Throat and Lung Diseases may be had Free is a positive injury to of others, look at yonder insect ud happiness attend them. its ephemeral existence to ita at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. Large size their chances, and it is to be hoped that the local papers will lot all own comfort at the expense of yours, 51.00. Motto for Fulton county Road such severely alone. It's the fair ind cay if you aro not imitating tlio overseers: mosquito with your greater powers, What do yon say to a grand thing any how for candidates to and carrying tho annoywioo of tha L1 tatwo Tfork, wh never worked befor do their Aid tfiow who always --forked, bow work old fashioned Democratic barbe- didate own lighting. Iftho can- lowe into tho higher life, Cfwietkm wins ho gets tho laurels, InUdUgauxr. the mere." cue at Hickman during tho Presi, yBjr ma.htfalj8njerkt dential campaign, with Hendricks, the office and tho spoils; and if he -aInjf, itarlaz clerkit Aaron Burr's Gallantry, Thurman, Voorhees, or some is defeated, "some fool editor causMan ittrinc oa the MrrU at glrl. CcA. Aaroa Burr woro a loftiness of Democrat of national ropntation ed it." Discuss publio issues, eorl. print nnnoticod by a The election passed off quiet as the orator of tho day. We &c, news, vote as you prefer, mien that cortld not but let local candidates do stranger. Hi.- deportment was poliflhod want it on a scale to entertain, ly and harmoniously Monday, and Rod courtly. Tho appropriate cmlitk to the satisfaction of tho majority, iroe, in tne old iashtonod waj", the their own fighting, of tho drnwinc-roo'- n wtfro pcrfn"ed ml to the voice of the majority, thousauds that will come. Don't with n grace peculiar to bin'soli. ilia J"re Delivery. let it be any town affair, bat a Mr. J. W. Koeer'a delivery wapon runs whole Bificnvr waa iaconcoivably the ttiority bows gracefullj-- . grand up rising of Democrats in daily, delivering goods, in any quantity, to j Ho aotod upon tfcrtitrnctors would do well to all this section. If wo announce any part of the city, free. Leave orders at Uuit the foianlo wiis tho the piaciylc weaker sex; fmd the advertisement in this pa- that Hendricks will bo hero, let's store, or witn driver. that thov were all suscoptibla of flattery, per frotn the jail commissioners. bo sure that ho will come, so that aad his great art ooiirtieted iu adaptJ. W. ROGEBB, ing it to tho grade of intellect ho ad8ome oue will get a job that it will tho people will not bo disappointTho Ihsne forCoBgreS. dressed. pay reasonable wages. ed, and lets be sure that tho ar- From rJacak Sewt. Such traits of character would appear rangement can bo made to enter Mr. Houston, enndidato for Con to bo incompatible with an elevated and im road law earned hand-homel- y mind, in tho Hickman, Cayco tain all who may come. Let it bo gress, says that the tariff will bo toweringone of yet they frequently conmost and .Tordnu precincts, but failed a Presidential campaign barbecne, tho question put in issuo in this trolled the two. tlio volumeextraoruiuary A of auecdoU-swith no bearing whatever on the District this fall ; that ho will force men of in the Fulton, Lodgton, Sassafras might be related of local differences of Democrats. tho question otall points and make Burr's quickness ofas evidence and Col. Rido and Madrid Bend precincts. Those in TKrocptUm tcct favor of it say "ayo,"and ldK return Mr. Dick Finch, an old resi- send word to tho CouniEtt go the issue with othor candidates as si ruply. heAlter a frknd, from Eroxe, in 18i2, as h dent of this conntv. and for many that an idea can bo obtained as to sharp it. the English language can in BrtKulwAj.met Ho hivd not maiden lady, Mr. Houston is solid on make years a citizen of Hickman, in dead. whether all the Demoornls, big, protection tariff, i. e., he ia for pro ra any yearn. Ah h!w paied(won her for him sho " Colonel Burr, you do not nx tic was stnekon with paralysis, little, old and young, male, aiid tection in nil it means. and lived only a few days after- fomale, will holp make it a graud "I do not, infidvJn," vrm tho replv. wards. TiiKin: are several Presidential i tmecesa. ItisMisK, sir." " TOiat? " tid ha, " Srifia IL yet T "Kid 2fnsli,w an Obion county tickets nominated and now iu the Yuh ldy, 9r.iewhiU i)i.iuo., rviWratcsl, boy, convirtodof nciiizrcouconiod A tramp camo through Ca$ fit Id as follows: MiM, K. yet I ' "It, nix, tJSjs "Sma:yornisFBlrrtaoa' iu.akiHiutr atfalclpn,,. Mo., diort.v e,.this.county,ltt3taweek, with J Tho Democratic," the Republican, PoeiliaSin mo Missouri penitentiary, of ,rij;n'.i.v iiliio ooy in urn cnargo, the Prohibition, Homo Protection, and the unfurtniuito error ho liad cnuRiimptiou, says the Maiden ciaimou aim aa Ins son. and offer this he guiily took her hand and cm American Prohibition, the NaClipper. ed to sell tho little fellow for tional Christian, phfitindly rornarked: "Well, inuivn, the tirtjn venture to assort tliat H is not the The Southern Exposition i enough mouey to pay hi3 railroad and the Grecnoack Labor tick- fault I my ecx I " of faro to Colnmbns. He struck a et? announced to open August 16 and with a Mr. Albritton, who close October 25. Tho Cincinna- trade Sr.lnlr.ry EJftct cf Lljjhtnlii?, cents for Kentucky stood 'socoud on tho ti ruduatrial Imposition opens gave him Boventy-fivhis boy. The little fellow, is a bright list of internal roveuuo paying Tlio BrJieor Commercial pays' A 8 pteraber 3, and closes in Octo laceu, smart nttlo follow, and has States last year; Illinois $23,530,-484- - sriMitlcuian wtio viHitod one of tho ponds ber. Ln tliis vicinity hfc Sr.uduy returned secured a good home, as Mr. Al Kentucky 13,583,182. -during tho tinmderstofiu. Ho rehites The Presidential campaign britton is spoken of as a clover 'The six ifew England States follows: "Beforo T has only conttu&ncod to heat. In gentleman. Tho reputed father's Connecticut, Maine, Massachu- hin expeiienco as up jny mind that I hcinolmodo Sottnber and October it will be heartlo8snesR appears unnatural, setts, Itould put on immortality, for, Iwtween Islhot ier' n a lime kiln in nearly all out it is reported to us as an and, New Hampshire, Bhodo tho horus tliat took to utoi'e walls every and Vermont paid in the States. Foor Kentucky will actual fact. .imo it thundered anil lightning which aggregate $3,433,007, 15,150,105 wenied to atriko all around mo, I scarcely kayo a ripple of excite- less than tho single State of Kentthought there wia littlo left for mo in Mti Ah Answer Wasted. ucky. tliis woild. Consequently I left cfT all aiy batl habits, uiciuding nun and ly In Hickman county, Mr. IS. or Can any one bring us a case of Kidney Written nt Mr Xotbor'n GrnTC. Complaint rtvcoo, but have taken up port of them Bilters H. Johnson was Sheriff willLiverspeedily cure? that Electricthey can ST CKOBOI D. rCEK7ICC not We ear inoo, thoujdi I dout think I chow quite The trembling fall aver Samatels by about 700 ma- not, as thousands of cases already perma much as I did." tbe (batting flowtrj; llku eunlt st jority; Elder Willis White nently cared ana who are daily recom rtt iblno glorioaily; md all, 8chool Commissioner; and the menamsr Jiiectno .bitters, will Drove. Tke eUre 8to me aro bleat. A new ond fascinating amusement has tiew road law defeated, says the Height's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or Mother, I lore thy grTel . boon introduced in Chicago by Email xney TbeTiolot, Ub cureu. mi znjunuarj complaint quictc Htckaum County Times. atlJ, purify the blood, regulate the bowels, and VTe o'er Its blossoma uluo andshall It ware cliildren whoso parents live at hotels. It tby hcadi when consists in scattering tho blocks used Abort tby child! roa Bill no girl can act directly on the diseased parts. .Every "I along tlio stairs in building bottle guaranteed. For sale at 60c. a bottle fool me. If I call on a girl and Tii tiKMt Sever, yet mest leading from tho upper floors of tho hoby FORTUNE'S Drug Store. IU bright lcarta to the coning tempest doesn't aay much and acts like bow; tel. Tho game is for the boarders to get Dear mothor, 'tli thine bmbleai doit trite wautt me to leave, and don't down Etairs alive. I on tby brow. Wickliffe has again won the haka hands with me when Ilearc, to die: over md don't ask me to call again, its county seat 400 Blandville by Aad I could loTe llfe'i dart, blltr Tim now Capitol at Albany is an unleT nntaited from 300 to The majority. treams: fortunate edifice. Tlio othor day a tank seldom I ever call back again Try In childhood, lie, Hickman county Times thinks this 7 thoe, as entshare tby drem. full of watcri used for running tho elevaAnd t aee her." tors, burst and flooded tho building with will forever settle this question. lad taut I tinger here, Hen. O. M. Vaughan, State six thou&and gallons of water. If there Some feeling was m some in- ToiUln tbe plnmage of my slnlcse Jars, U anything a !Now York legislator hates Stnator from this District, diod, stances engendered between AadmoDrn the bepoe to ebtldbood dear With bitter tear? it is water. his home in Hickman County, friends and opponents of the road t Friday last. He had held many law. Gentlemen the election is A Aj.mniM linger here, withered tree, loaely branch apon a Femurs it is called the "nppcr crust" leaf, lacM of public trust and confi- over, and good will ought to re Whose latt frail down untimely sere, Went with tboel becauso you havo to pasa it to get to tha dence, sheriff, member of tho turn. Tne have pronounc- Oft, real meat aud strongth. of Eocioty. bower, State Senator, &c, and ed against peoplelaw, fairly and Iattlll front llfe'i withered tbe paat, I tnrn, communion with tho on thee, tbe had always proven himself faith pqnarely, and all good citizens will And ante In Memory's only flower urn. fal, enargetio and efficient. Look atThlH. submit to the majority cheerfully. AniJ, when the evening pale, Bwf, jke a isournor, en the dim, bluo pec capita for 18Si 5 is We are now Belling children Shoes, at 25c, ware, to 75c, which cost us from 80c to 51 10 wall Ittray to hear the s 5 for white and colored chilA. little boy, tho son of Mr. per pair. dren alike. After the liberal pro- Charles Reese, was accidentally Where Around tby grate. Ladies Shoe at 60c, to 1.00, original is thy spirit flown? win-tavision of the Legislature last poisoned last week by taking raor I Hie ftbore thy leok Is imcd there: cost 51.25 to S2.35. thy it was expected to be higher rmine ny mistake for auinine. I' tlsten andon tbegentle tone Hens Shoes 60c to $1, not one half their Ia air. Tnoffimiljr-BentmoHheBtvrcf- or IBs 'ftv . NEWS. t. IliiSliIctle if a- - I rtsat shuns if iwmin Ijpj 0- - fr HA-cr.-Lodgto- 'S - .. G E A N"i3 w-ee- p --- ,- -- bootle-bacic- -- a-I . E From this date (ill the 1st of September, we will sell the remainder of our bprmg and Summer Stock regardless oi its value. W o have on hand, at present, full lines of all classes of Summer Goods, .iuuh u,u s an beason is rapidlv anproaching. these Goods must be wW, to make room for our i Snpg Boinctun ii Frises Best Calicoes reduced from 7c to oc per Vard. Solid and plaid Ginghams, from 12ic to8c per yard. A reduction of 2c in the yard of the best Bleached DomcstiCi ; ! ' """t"' 1 o. All wool Nuns Veiling, in black and colors, (double width,) reduced" Tne prices at which we will sell these Goods will make tl icm move from Goc to 45c per yard. ramdly, and parties desirous of securing some of tlieee liargaii should A big reduction in the prices of all summer LVcea Goode. -i, IS j ivuwiu ji;ihjj uifcappuimeu. Fans and Parasols to sell at actual cost. " -' Full Organda Lawns, reduced from 16c to 8'c per vartl, W5 ' L . J A big bargain in Ladies Xeckwcar. 44) v- HEW coo; -- . fit x&i Weire actually slaughtering Suits of seasonable goods, can be had ' pat -- purchaser's own price. uciermnea to make a . GENTS BOIS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING, at a greatly reduced price. Can't be touched anywhere at our prices A few more Gents white Vests to offer at less than wholesale price. ' -- , k CLEAN SWEEP butch-ery.ifi't an to-da- y, of otirjntiro stock, and nothing will be spared from the general we must seSiakd vill belij. at prices that defy all competition. If take our words for it but come and see for yourselves, and you have ou Iy5onrdollar,s worth of goods to buy it will piiv yolt to come secure bfrnc choice bargains before it is too late. and sec us.' Look to your own interest and buy your goods of us. v Gents Gloves, Ties, &c., greatly reduced in price. Straw Hafe reduced from 75c to 25c. To save expense and trouble of moving our extensive stock of goodsy .&.EJ33: AtST-DE- B, c3f MAXWELL LEADERS IN LATE STYLES, AND MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. PLAUT BEOS. & CO. hJ. ii W Hkmhw s. feel-uig- gj fe Sf$ Mi &S?M Who 3Iade the Lmo Prices f - xos - Juat received, a fine selection of .r.. 1 BA BY A BUGGIES. L8 O HvTr"-VMt'tbirUee- or - ps TUE Trices Low. ing to buy. of friends and the public W'E announoe to our of all kinda of Furniture,generally, that we havoof just reelycd immense stock and solicit the trnde parties winn- Furniture ! Wa can ehow all styles sf Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a &n llua A0TOMATIC PABLOR MANTLE BED. We propose to mako our prices to suit the spirit of tbe times'. You can rost aared UNDERTAKERS G00D3 ever brought to you need never leave our house to look for cheaper goods. AVe propoee to sell aa lev a on short notice. any retail Fumituro storo in the ''Purchase, GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR Very respectfully, BRIUHTKB5S LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. Don't fonwt the place, on tbe opposite corner from 1'lautBro'a. & Co., under the New U& CITV HALL. Give tne a call before buyiug elsewhere. &Yon can depend upon finding any thing iu my houso that is kept In a first claw SS.ore rosns In new Odd Fellows building. FURNITURE STORE. 3A11 kinds of Repairing done en short notice, and in a workmanlike etyh. we are prepared to give special inducements as New Goods of all gradca in my Hue. undenold N. B. Islsihavethe-flnci- t line of Hickman. Customers politely nerved I FEAK XO COMPETITION. AS MY Call and Examine. JFtfl not be faaci-natin- jj. T. F. WILBUEN CO. RespacifzLlly, j Sa 2J?. Cr.E1.13ra"3E3:i., sb Contractors and Builders of Houses- - mu m iss a1, m mm m :a, JS4 m m a4S Sl m mi &m W (3&s S551 ,iss rssn sir as liar m'M W&' jpHIS HOUSE HAS BGES RCCEN'TLY ENLARGED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED anl thorouhlv renovated. Conveneat to river and railroad, and uttcntive vyatcb Vfj. and, altogether one of tho best appointed hotels in this section. Jl coin-mittt-- .i, Anti-Monopo-I- jf HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF o We will Ecll.our Stock days at a of1 Spriug and Sumhier Goods- for the uext - GO -- jt GREATLY REDUCED PRICE, in order to make room for a large stock of Now if you want good quality and low prices this is a chance you hardly canJlafford to lose, as the bargains we offer cannot be" 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 satisfied that we mean all we say. re-elect- davr-dro- pi re-elect- Hickman- - Kentucky. - tll play-hous- es J. W. COWGILL, 3D JB A. X-- B H. I3ST The old, popular and always reliable Ilardware house of Leg-lslatar- e, "EU'B. -- S1174K DRUGS-PATEN- T ---The fl Hag a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ' which arc offered at nlght-wlnd- r, abare tVmtkfB, brntthoiiecosoUy of qaaMzing the colored and the quinine, and tho young dork made white prorata, and the increase of the mistake of sending morphine. the lumber of school children in It was a sprightly little boy, aboat the State, has liwited it to the sum 8 years of age, and he died before My brow upon otf, come, while here I press tby graro; and, In thow mild Afid thrilling notes of tenderness. Bless, bless tby child! Tes. bloes cost. asMi relief could bo obtained. Bw.cltlea, And Mrs. B. D. Thonason, formerly af oar tawa hat naw a resident fffiolnan, Kentucky, arrived fccta laat Moaaay night on a visit ta har aistar, Mrs. annie Coffey. Mra, T. is not looking so veil as When she left here and reports considerable sickness in tho locality af'HiekaM. Wo hope her iattawy be a pleasant, one and that a few breaths of our west Maine atmosphere will fully re-Sto- re her kealtk.-Mal- don Clip- - a)ecte4 city Marshal at the clec-ti- e Meaday, distancing his com eiitersby handsome majorities. We are led to believe that ho will make- an exeellent officer, and afeeald have the support of all jeaaddtiaens fnthe discharge of his datiea. This is an importantaa far as the peace, good orwell betsf of the town is and more than ono fait the lack of prop raaitha basiness men attisaes. - Mr. Thomas Y. Wallaco was dislriot No. 11. Ont of 118 counties in Kontuckv. man preferred, in school M. Thk BMTSAtvE in the world to Gate Apply to BACON, F. Sores. Ulcere. Salt Skeua, Fever but 11 hold agricultural fairs this July 31, 1884. Bruises, Hickman, Ky. Chapped Hands, ChilblsiBs, fall. The introduction of horse Sores, Tetter, l0aSt m?ny ?xPcriencetl workmen Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and pott, racing and gambling would not Ihe attention of builders especially desired as this house willetnp oyed. Piles, or fio pay required. It tivlj cure For Kout. meet, or moral rive special inducements. Correspondence solicited. k guaranteed to give perfect 25satisfaotkn people.tne cnuorsoment The Plant Bros. & Co. building ia to be cents sir or money refunded. Trice thoroughly renovated and box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drag Stie. B. BREVAED. aro getting more will bo for rent from the 1strepaired, and The Democrats of January, and more hopeful of carrying Ohio 18S5. For terme, &c., address The State Board of Equaliza- next fall. U. C.BUCK, tion has increased the assessment Tho more the people Harris Station, Tenn. see aud in Fulton county 1 per cent on lands and town lots, and deore&g. hear of Cleveland the more popuJfotlee to Contractors. ed tho assessment on personal lar ho becomes. The Undersigned committee of the Fulproperty 7 per cent., and tho sherTho Kentucky Christian Sun ton iff ordered to collect taxes5 ac- day School Association meet in tractCounty Court of Claims, to let by conf -repairs of the jail of said, county, will n cordingly. Paris August 11th) 12th' and 13th. proceed to let to the lowest and best bidder t f The cotton crop is ropored in at publio outcry the repairs of said jail, in For your own tooth. "The First Faaitr good condition, but about two front of said jail, on Saturday ,Vug. 16, 4 . DEADER , at 8 p. m. taking bond with approved of Virginia" Tobacco at Powell i'A'e security, oonditloned for a faithful perforThought by many to be the best ejwise weeks late. mance of the work. Tobacco manufactured. Tho National Labor convention V! o have the right to rejeot any and all BBDGft. FAINTS AND Mlf-STT- O, has been postponed until Septem bids. .Magistrates are nowliabWWa ber 13. Plans and epceifications of the Work oan fine of not loss than $20 uor.ilore be seen at the office of Judge It. S. Alurrell The President and all 6f his and will be exhibited at the time of lettinsr than 100 for failing to koepJasfall aac 3c c? j&z. iwc ymr j&r9 said work. and fair xocord of the prooeediggs Cabinet are out of Washington. - if t RiS.MDRREEL 1 before thorn, in a book, to bVwo. It is said tho cholera is dying D W. DICKERSON Cosi. them; Z&PlBSGMlfTIQXS vided by VoUPO.ljNt EUh out iu France. WwBJONS. J Ante 81 t. o'er thins nrn Ssligion's holiest snrine Ob, five his spirit, undeflled, To blend with thins. thr weenlne child: Men's and Boyfl Boots, $2.00 to $3.50, and $4.00 per pair; thus is a sweeping reduction in this line and it wont last lone. J.AMBERG'SSONS. aud tho very lowest the market justifies. be exactly us represented l' PRICE E3HTG. R MEDICINES' All goods guaranteed to k jBSggferQsySfAAai.M bsy C'BBl mutiny . TDILERpLES &c., &tfl&c- - mMmMIS ;o3c3e; x Teacner Wnnted. A competent male teacher, middle-aged fTPreecrJfdons filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night ball after 10 o'olae - CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS " pD 1. BQYS..- - T.B:E i-- OLI5; RELIABLE "OHAS. A. HOYOIIflUR! "? -- MOgT-D-A.-- The Cottr0 sudy includes, as heretofore, tbe best of primary InrtrintftoH, tfte Urtal studies in'S"31'' Uathematici, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Mhsic. lilocutiaa ami -- J f K THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN X : BB SEPTEMBER AND CONTINUE f NtNE MONTHS, forprofess'stUl"es fullv Esnecial 18,-S- 1 -- a81'0? '3 devoted to the preparation of boys for basinese, f oltege, aad "!' Correap08, ja,ntl consultation of parents, before the opeaiagof aehVisneftt- - solicit "auure . MIWIS, -- Aug WP m ii T ' m- . 1 B IU E - ,'ta . 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