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THE HICKMA ft GOERTHRi 1 ! v -E- XBCUTED- JSM T With Neatness and Dispatch ALB - i SXX1X.8; . r" .. sirrsLOFSs, LEIISR Offlco Heinzo Building, Clinton . GEORGE "WARREN, Editor. Tlio OltloHt NcwHpapor) """"r""""""""""""""""""""""""'""""; j , - i-ff- estorn Keutucky. -- - ifr - . " , w -'- , -- ..irr3(, - - I'KICE OF SUBSCIllPTIOX, 2EAUX AND BOW 3. S-5- 0. ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST ticed, however, that Mr. Blaino recognizes Congressmen aa entitled to pro scribe the natronnge of their districts to tho President an abuse tho people have expressly determined shall be brought to an end. The letter, promised for a niuiitlt and j 15, 1884.3T,; - V03fP; vi-r - - 46 ? :ETO.;iETO,, "T-T- SCnOOL AND (MURCH. J-- . H - And go the Archery to o'er, 0. dear! what shall I do? There's not the least amusement now Of anykluJ in view. Co many thought I dare not tell Just now my memory throng; In order to compose myself I must compose a song. If w, list to mo, for good advice. On what concerns you. even more archercss. Than crinoline or dress: You all expect to win and wear A prize some day, I know: Deur girls, your every chance depends On.m&naglng your beau. In choosing bows, you must exert The very utmost care. e This ones are apt to warp. The old .ones will not wear. While worthless ones arp varnished .And oft deceive tho eye, AnS some are etiff and too. And very apt to fly. wcll-sklllcnew-madcross-graine- Each "Heard yo over the like o' that!" ex--t claimed Jcauie; "the man must be clean daft!" I quite agreed with her, for I had never known a man before who was engaged to threo women at once. Doubtless, Peter considered his litt two affairs as mere flirtations; Mill his former sweethearts had in their possession a letter and a pledge which would be evidence against him in a court law. But any proceedings of this kind was so foreign to tho natures and prejudices of the injured gins, that 1 did no more than hiutat it. morninjr. Mary The following asked my permisiion to go for a day or two to Aberdeen with Jeanie Saunderson, as they had thought of a plan for bringing their recalcitrant lover to his senses. "Gin we dinna' mak' Peter make shame to himsel', ray name's no' Jeanie Saunderson," were the parting word of that damsel. Blaine's Letter. Length is not strength. Mr. Elaine's .acceptance letter, though vory long, will impress all rcasonablo rua'b'rs as It is weakness, toot at all strong. platitude and subterfuge far drawn out. 'Pirn jlrkrllnrnt Will rrciwit 4oilJ.A.UV vvvmh- i4i;ti' alini iu n, no ntment to the partisans of thecaudi- Ihcy looked for ami predicted a keynote.' Ihore is Hot tho evi-- , dence of candor, ability, or even of effective cunning in a single lino. The letter is stiff, woodeny, dry and irre- Public Land. Thewtf. in Mr. Blnlno'a letter of ac- c6ptancJrto paragraph more evasive and !insac.sfactory then that which re lates tq public lauds. Tho careful reader vlio has not forgotten the wh4jl Jlr. Blaino wrote to Warren IFisher yfu lind food for thought In the brief arguments by which the let-tie- rs ii.-- a iir.r....;Vw.rr--i-.i:-:fj:.T.TJrst j . ' vs-' r It is nronosed to organize,' xlplMKi7Trip orat lej.to gnftth;innhtiCnxr3t?d. i anu unae: feIeanwhiloPtetwnhPJ)yujn.thS Republic-a- n enourh monev iu the L'nitcd States were ground on cachVt their three Awany Argm. w Treasury to do it," they proud y say. Social society of his (latest) betrothed, rethe auspices of the American . edges. Tho sound of the trial tuna. National platform, has deliberately jfV., Argus. was a very charming girl; ami it ma iavo'ded tho main question. sembles that produced by masons' Science Association, during its next anSomewhat Inconsraons. weight, Eotno ladies choose thefr bows by A "longshoreman, this morning, trowels in spreading mortar, thotgh nual session at Saratoga, an American bo a litUo to my hero s excuse to re' This question is; hliall tlie public Xo doubt, on prudent grounds; mark that few men could have seen her The "Plumed Knighs'' arc iu this jlands bo legitimately bought or secured was heard to say that Han aid College much louder, and there was also a Jlistorical Association, consisting ol Thy like to boast their hand can draw With ease, o many pounds. campaign to tako the placo of the under the Land ktws by horiet settlers, j was a dummed humbug, and that Cam hacking and cutting noise occasionally, professors, teachers, specialists and bonny face and listened to her swee they, to me 'tis quito voice evening afier evening without "Tanners" aud Wide-- wakes" of or shall they be stolen? Shall these bridge was run by the dudes. After as some more obstinate bunch of barna others interested in the advancement ol Amazing to How earnestly their this unbiased opin'on who can doubt cles clung with greater tenacity than history country. Albany atul hearts in this former campa'gns. At the Blninc and .lands he. taken bv honest methods falling in love with her? The susceptiArc fixed upon the gold. Logan mooting in ew York some days iwhcthcr by individual citizens, that the laboring classes are solid for their neighbors. It was a wholcsalo fournal. ble Peterceriaiulv could not, but throw ago they wore dark trousers and ing all old memories to tho wind, pro This fact, I state not of .myself, slaughter of these parasitic animals, The New Haven Register savs: or aliens or shall they be Blaiue? I speak but what I hear; blouses, with red collars, cull's taken dislmncstly? This is the question posed and was accepted. , "I accept the nomination with a which in some spots lncrtisted tho bot- "liudley Buck has politely declined the Pome ladies in our archery club and bolts. On their heads were silver .Which, in relation to tho public domain. grateful heart and a deep sense of its tom of the ship to the depth of an inch decree of Doctor of Music conferred Such being tho state of affairs, Peter s Have found their bows too dear. helmets topped with l athcrs though U more important Good benux are dear, and should be bo, feelings may be imagined when, on than any responsibilities," writes General Logan, and a half to two inches. by Yale College, giving it as his opinThey're scarce found anywhere; it is not line feathers that m ike lino (other. Enormous grants have been entering Mrs. Birket's parlor one even"and if elected shall ende.ivor to dis"They are only small dinger, these ion tat American colleges cannot con 1 fcjraost think I'd give my band birds and iu their hands were torches ing, after his day's work was over, he fer such a degree. This should convince To find ft thing so rare. Dy railroad companies, and large charge the duties of the office to tho barnacles," said" tlie Pacific Mail man, in the shape of battle axes. saw seated byMarylline Mary Duthie 'areas have passed into the hands of best of my ability." Logan will not bo "but like fleas on a nervous individual, x siiu Viouegu anuiuriucs of the utter grace Select a bow that bends with, This parade and pomp is all vory aliens. Corrupt legislation in behalf obliged to strain hime'f. and Jeauie Saunderson. thev are very much in the way, though absurdity of continuing their generosObedient to your will. woll as a spectacle: but it is to be obPeter's first impulse was to withdraw ity in tins direction." of theso companies and tho propriety The letters of Blaine and Logan the' are little." However light you pull the cord. served that Mr. Blaine never fought a3 .ot, allowing aliens to hold groat farms have been so disappointing that tho paYou bend it pliant still; hastily, but Mrs. Birket made flight im"To what extent do they damage the During his sermon recently, Rev. For I've heard married ladies say, knight at all: never fought as a solpossible by closing the door, andtand-mnnd mnnliM am SllbicctS Which (IcserVC pers nre beginning to advise Cleveland bottom of nn iron ship?" asked the reHenry Ward Beecher. referring to creThe point I can't decide. dier: in fact he sent a substitute. Tho Mention, but tho reports of the Land and Hendricks to be brief. Lot 'cm porter. between it and the conscience-strickeThat every beau begins to snap mation, said the idea of the resurrecAmerican veteran soldier will hardly Office, repeatedly sent to tougrcss, go. They navo 1110 right sine 01 tuo Soon after it is tied. youth. "Just tak' a seat, Mr. "It isn t tor the damage to me snip tion of the body would prove a lasting take as a compliment to himelf this bit prove that millions of acres have been question. They can meet the requireMackey,' said she, nd thuculpritsank so much as the way they impede its obstacle to the pagan custom of burnof medieval humbug. into an empty chair, placed at a little stolen in the last three or four years by ments of tho occasion if they only stick progress that they are complained of," ing tho dead. There mightbe sanitary The American veteran wore neithct .native Americans not connected with to administrative reform. TETER MACKEY'S THREE distance from the other three ladies. was the reply. reasons in crowded populations, or reahelmet nor shiold: hurled no lance: 'corporations. "A flood tide of illegal The situation was awkward in the ex"How much time each day of sailing sons of convenience, in favor of the cus The studious refusal of the Dem. Ho as often slept fannrntiri.-itions.wielded no imttle-:ixtreme. The ladies continued their said Commissioner Independent, to riso to would this steamer lo-- c by having a 'torn, but all the' beliefs of 'J hough I am, I suppose, Jtn old knitting witho-i- t glancing at him; minunder tho stars as tinder sholter; MeFarlanii, a year ago, "seems to be ocracy and the of tho tariff alarms the coating of baniacle on her bottom?' g people aud tiie Blaine bait maid; I take much interest iu other ute after minute passed, and the silence wrapped h'mseli iu his ragged blanket, miles." were violated by the idea of incineraweeping over tiie new States and Ter"From fifteen to twenty-liv- e e managers. The Philadelphia people's love aflairs. M3 friends know became intolerable. Peter could hear or was sonnt:Iy protected by a snod Jy ritories, 'threatening to engulf the "Do they not grow thicker mi wooden-bottotion. Vcu solemnly announces that it will nndhnraor this little weakness, and the beating of h" own heart; twice hit coat on which some patriotic contractu! By the side of make tho tariff the issue, If it lias to tako s public domain." than on iron?" Mr. Charles G. Leland gives some consequently in tho course of twenty opened his lips to speak, but no sonnd had made one hundred per cent, profit the broad areas stolen by native thieves, "Yes; but they are not so thick on unconpracyears or so 1 have collected a large by cheating the Government. He w3 the holdings of aliens also secured, both side itself. It does so Albany copper bottoms, and that is one of the interesting facts in reganl to the Indusueu troni mem; an lev tremor ran sciously on most questions. tical utility of the Philadelphia They are of through his frame, and checked his ut- number of unable to protect his feci troni mud and "in many cases, by poriury and chief objects in having vessols copper trial Art School, for which he has'done Argus, all Hinds sad, joyful, touching, absurd, torance. water in Hie miserable shoes with paste- fraud become comparatively Tho barnacle do not like so much. "I have ascertained by exA lady remarked, the other day. bottomed. e sentimental, or eccentric But perhaps board solns which sonic I give what follows verbatim, as reBecause the Land laws the poisonous nature of the copper and periment," he says, "that under a real Mr. Blaine was quite agocd-lokin- g the oddest of them all is the one I am ported to mo by Mary Duthie. like Blaine had have fails to protect the Government that and sHbslitiite-buye- r do not begiu to cling to it until it has highly intelligent artist about to relate. furnished at a proiit of one hundred jor the holiost settler from the operations man, if he was anything like his pict- been partly neutralized by the action of iy iirst-cla"Weel," said Jeanie Saundersonc at while mainteacher, ure. This is regarded as especially The reasons which decided me to last, "sanua we be sattlin' oor bizness and fifty per cent. II" was armed with of those scoundre's. the Land Commiswater. Iron ship can not, of taining high averages in other studies, spend a twelvemonth in a certain little eenoo?" a rilie. on the sale of which to the Gov- sioner long ago reached the conolusion significant, inasm oh as tho lady lias tiie salt have copper bottoms, a the course, can, every one, earn from three dollars Aberdeenshire village, unknown to ernment Mr. Blaine had by a Govern- Jthat nearly H of tlieni should be re- - been stone blind for the last twenty "Aye, lassies," said Mary Hine, "but would be too great in making a to even "five dollars by shows conclusively that ho years, and common ken, need not be entered into that'll be a haird matter, or I'm muckle ment contract already laid the foundapea'ed. Jo those who aro acquainted solid bottom of copper, and there is no two afternoons in the week. Any pupil, n here. I had a cottage to niyself, and mista'eu." nothing is notable saving their artilici- - tion of his preeont millions. He grimly Kvitii the facts tho recent history of tho will carry all the doubtful States. satisfatorv way of attaching the after from fifty to one hundred lessons, herald one by name Mary Yc see,"' aid Jeanie. taking, the ality. While affecting to indorse tho faced tlieeiiemy while Blaine wa- dodg"To partly obviate the tendlist 11 bun on of our public domain is the Two men ran violently against sheeting. barna le-. to collect on iron can do this in'several branches." Duthie. And what a pretty creature initiative, lllU Peter Mackey belongsin platform of miuglod monopoly and com- - ing the draft and hiring another man to hUtory of successful fraud, ami the ency of she was, with her golden hafr and big a manner till's a'. 1st na sac?" munisin .submitted to him, Mr. Blaine fight, who. s it turned out, did not even Land mmissioner's reports are anad- - each other on Mate street this morning. vecls a strong solution of verdigris is ts gray eyes, and tall supple tignre. It PUMJENT PARAGRAPH?. proceeds to make a new one for his reach the held. "Aye, but wo canna a' hae him." jmiss'on that the thieves not only have One of thoni angrily remarked: "Why now mixed with other ingredients and knight'1 in was a real pleasure to see As her don't yu look out where you're going used on tho bottom below the red water "Just that. "Noo fat think ye own party and to manufacture one for ' blou.-- c lhi- - sort of "plumed might have been but are now able to defy the men,'"' "Speaking of absent-mind-ed and cap Mr. Bla'ne work, in her spotless lilac gown and lassies? Sauna wc appeal till the to?" "The other lrirlcd back this an- line, and for this rea-o- n the Democracy, too. This is the fre- all the lower tucked-u- p met, in dangerous places, the "I'onfed-eratsleeves, and to watch the swer: "Why don't yoa?" From this outside surface of the steamers of this observed Mrs. Auger, "my husband ifr qucnt device of demagogues. The next Administration should be It serves man I evei brigadiers" with whom he after- .one that wUl wage reb utle war against event i will be een that Cleveland company now have a green tolor, sucn the most absent-minde-d fascinating, unconscious grace with "Mithna wc jist seta' richt anio' only to make a letter which will be overwards trod to frighten the country. th3 thieves, whether they bo aliens can not carry any Northern State. Al- as you now see they are putting on the saw." "Is that so?" "Yes. He hasn't which she did the simplest thing. oorsels?"- said Mary Hiuc "Foo gin thrown or forgotten. To claim that had any mind of his own since we were I am afraid I spoiled that girl. She we wus till cat lots for him? We vJ the increaso of wealth between 18-- 0 and But he WR'ted untiFthcv quit firing bul- or native-bor- n The remnant bany ArQU?. citizens underside of the New York's stem." married." .V. 1'. Graphic. lets iu hi direction. They came to jof our lands should bo preserved for was engaged to Jem Leslie, a farmer's the warrant of Scripter for that, ye, 18S0 is due to Rcpublicani-m- , apparentA labor" ng gentleman, is ono of The reporter watched the process of their fire arm-- . son, who nearly worried the life out of ken Professor, to class iu surgery inoseaosiiru anu exiravajrani assertions Congress without civilian' clothes, Tl.ey (honest men, and tho laud robbers sho't'd ly of Irish extraction, when asked who scraping and obsencd that as fast as a and be prosecuted and forced to give up lie should vote for, siid his "corn lnro-her by his jealousy for which I sus"Vera gweed," replied the othenq which were disappearing from even the were dressed iu of the barnacle covered "The right leg of the patient, as you , -r-- -.' pect he had sometimes ciuse. The two and when Mrs. Birket had voluntvcred)tUcat effective ami fccrupmous journal- - cut nj.ft nfililn inrkitmi..itrn fliul V"'Vr sec-i- y shorter than done uutlm'.,anjl " V rr"J. Y" .... Jthoir phmdrveTanlyndor bo hnint are yallcr's a .sallititlyscjpweuui-- rust was made quarreled nearly every Sabbath, but herself as one witness, the little servants ism ot tne republican party, lbadop- - a "" nag. ' Tho Spanish grants in Now Mexibers unuerneatu, it quonec of which he limps. Now. what wl.....M.uJ. pp- always made it up again in the course girl, Baubic, was ben to be another. tion into a Presidential letter of accept- - ' ? " " widespread unrest existing amongst the was washed clean byanotherset of men, would you do in a case of "this kind?'.' co, or mineral land stolen in Alabama, ";; J ft of;the week; so that I was by no means Peter's humiliation was certainly to be ance is simply extraordinary. Mark lcn! .hc,1.t: .,lon1. ms ,wonlA' ,aV.,uVr or farming and timber land takon by agricuit11r.1l classes is an evidence ot who were followed by tho painters with Bright student "Limp, too.' A Y. "r,,Hl ms "'"ning lance iui m (fraudulent entry in ihe far West. No the injury that would c entailed by informed complete! turpriscd when Mary T wain has somewhere advised the Re- - nu. pots of steaming, mixture from furnace? heral I Boston I'osL me one day that she "had broken Democratic domination. tone who is not familiar with the publicans "to claim that they are to be their faces The lot fell on Mary Duthie. The fiend along the ships side. Over each of is i.uite in keep'ng with his peaceoff with Jem Leslie forever: but made by the Land Office can have Tii..s Presidcntal campaign is unthe-- e He drops in now to call upon furnaces was a tank filled with "Peter Mackey," said she, "I ha'e credited with a the increase of popu- fulItimitations of war, after the real war very much astonished indeed to hear a anithcr string till my bow, so I'll e'en lation as ell as with all the increase an adequate conception of the extent of commonly marked .n the matter of en- a green liquid that bubbled aud hissed The editor or printer. Ami clones cnrctuUy the door few weeks later, that she had promised leave ye till Mar Hine or Jeauie, of wealth in tho United State. Tnat," was 01 er, that tho "plumed knights" "these robberies, or of the boldness and terprise. Republican contemporaries ami sent forth an odor which one could j He left ajar last winter. who represent his military career in .impudence of the thieves. Lerst'lf to Peter Maekev. s Somerrl'" Journal. are resurrecting the names of a few old not but consider poisonous from the they're niayLc wuntin' ye mair nor me. said he, "would give the v. retched Ihe Hod-- o of Representatives should be Well, Man," I said to her, "I do Butmony thanks t' ye for j'cr kind Reobberved that this main string-haIt will be Democrats who flopped sev- nature of the compound Whence it nothing to stand on." Any At the recent Madison Garden not wish to intermeddle with publican aware of any Democrat who sharp soldiers, dressed in pasteboard question, which Mr. Blaine lias avo'ded, eral years ago, and who have bteu re- issues. offer, which I ha'e na forgotten." horse show it was no uncommon eight wiMi boguweap armor and nccoutTed but I must say that I think Jem annually ever since, "How long does it take for a gang of to see beautiful girls kissing tho ani- rf Peter was too much subdued to offer works at. or produces, or pays for, or 011s. The are Jione-- t oulv in vesera-bl'n- g involves the personal honesty or dis- corded as opj-e- r the better man of the two." honesty of a great many men. and announcing them as recent con- workmen like this to remove the barn- mals on their velvety noses. The tan- - , defence, and the pro- buys, or imports auytlrng, is also aware a word in his own Mr. Blaino pretending to be But Mary tossed her pretty head ami ceedings wore renewed. of the fallac of sueh a proposition. honest is an issue in this camverts to the Blaine and Logan column. acle:! from a ship?" asked the reporter. talizin- - spectacle made lots of dudes what they aro not; mere effigies of he paign ami can not be ignored eitiier as remarked wilh reference to her rejected The newspaper item which fell to Mary Hine. The people, as a whole, are tne factors roe; mock knights in humbug armor, This time the lot "About two days. Sometimes they wish tfiey had been born withshortears lover,, thst "she was weary o' the relating to matters of public policy or seems to afford the e journals put on as many men as can worK con- and no bray. -- Al Y. Tribune "Peter," she said, "I winna' cast up of labor aud wealth. wddior f r tne amusement ot to the candidates themselves. Mr. the most satisfaction at present is that creature's 'havers, an' had jist tauld till ye hoo ye ha'e 'wronged me au The infeieu c Mr. Blaine seeks to playing veniently on a vessel's bottom. You Student "Heat expands and cold as Blaine did in Congress. Blaiue has been in close communication him that he needna' fash himself aboot ithcrs. But "this I maun .saw a bad enforce is that Republicanism C is spctat ji, Th-r- e Mr. with Sterfton B. Elkins and Jerome B. iu which it is stated that .Mr. leveland, see the i'lea is to save expense. It costs contracts." Professor "Correct. Give is another reason why mair, for she cud e'en tak' care lover's no like to maV a gweed hcrony n pledged to protection and Democracy Blaine, as a "plumed knight," is only a while Sheriff 'of Erie County, hanged a vesel from 500 to $1,000 a day, ac an example." Student "During the o' her nain selV Feter Mackey, she ltltm his roach, when pretense and a sham. The knights ol Chaffee, ther of whom could have two murderers. Veracious chroniclers cording to her tonnage, to lie on summer the aflectionsof city people for so 1 11 leave yc to Jeanie, if she.s to lrce trade. to'd mo, wns to start for Aberdeen, a carin to tak" yc." he wrote, were both platforms. Each old were not only warriors lo'd, but given hinvinterestng information con- affirm that this statement is historically this dock, and the men who do the country relations expand and in uncle having found a good Jeanie, "gin plat'ortn phdgos a revision of the they were required to bo genuine, hon- cerning land robberies in New Mexico accurate that G rover Cleveland did work on this steamer are furnished by their "Weel. Patie," said winter they contract." Philadelphia which alien. oll'cially hang two murderers, but wc situation for hini there. abody rufecses yc I maun o'en ha'e yc tariff. Each stipulates to revise it with est aud pure. There could be no stain .and Colorado robberies in the Mail Company, and are instructed Call. Did 1 knew something of Mr. Peter, as he wore not originally concerned. inysel'. But it's on twa condections, due regard to legitimate existing inol they fail to enlighten him, or was their have nowhere seen the oniy criticism to push the job as fast as possible. It no was, my landlord's only son. lie was a min' c. First that we'll. be marrict dustries. When tho Democracy tooiv a upon their lives, cry First old gentleman -"- Who is that that would be pertinent under the would cost the company as much dockcareers. information offered and rejected? in their tall, handsome young fellow, with a this day month, an' second that there'll business instead of a doctrinaire view falsehood or l.na handsomo voungnian standing there?". tanees, namely v that he did not do age each day if only two men vere emfor cxplana"gwecd aneuch heia," as his father be nae mair o' these ongaeiis aij'lcr of the tariff, tho Republican intention There was to be nothing to be above- - AT. V. Tones (ind. Rep.. it'with neatness and dispatch. Brook- ployed in cleaning a bottom as it would Second ditto -- That's ray daughtcr'. was T used to say, but an husband; very brilliant young man he to bowl free trade at the opposition tlon or evasion. All lyn Eagle. if there were 100 at work." marriage." board, clear and simple; as Teniijson " Intense Americanism." heart. A pretty face captivated him "Does the green mixture that they made a fortune through the law.' took place in due course, was neutralized. Pers stenca in it is sim- makes Sir Galahad say: The wedding directly, though his attachments were and Peter proved to be a most devoted ply due to a want of intelligence or to My jtooil are now applying act as a preventive First o. g. "Indeed!" Second o. g. Which Shall It Bel It is confidently expected by the Resvonl cloavos to the casque of men; I and obedient husband. "Ye see, Mary a poverty of isues. Beating the air ccnerally more violent than lasling. against the accumulation of the "barna- - "Yes; the law made me his father. Vy rfcrht liiiud sm te'li sure: publican management that had made up my mind that he would 'oman," aid Jeanio one day to Mrs or barking around an empty holo is in- My strenscth is as the strength often, Cleveland Is clesr Blaino is a demagogue. harvard Lampoon. will go over to the support of isecrtiise my lietirti pure-I- t marry Jcanie Saunderson, a handsome Jem Leslie (formerly Mary Duthie.) effective energy. In unproductive in"Only in a measure. It requires A lemonade man on a Hudson Riv- - ' Blaine and Logan in great numbers be- not. Blaine, from the time he entered is well, thorcfore, that Mr. Blaine public life as a Maine I.egilator until but a few mouths for the salt water to cr excursion boat is sad to have sold enough lassie, .ngood housekeeper, and "gin the gweed man and turn hilosa dustry of that kind tlie Republicans cause of Blaine's promised "vigorous an heiress in asmall way, but Jeanic had bit camsteary an' oonrizzonable, I ha'e will only waste themselves. It will not is only a sham knight, and that hurling foreign policy." They aro to be told now, has used the methods of tho dissolve it and cat into the iron and i..n tlimis.inil of lemonade on liis lance is only "a figure of spec li. loft rive or six months ago for london, but till say till him: 'Weel, Patie, my save the public character of their demagogue to keep himself in office. where the lit- - one excursion not long ago, and he had go hard with him; that he will not only twist tlie lion's He has made promises that he could form rough,- rusty places, to visit an infirm aunt, and now Peter man. it's a sair peety that Mary Duthie candidate from discussion. They will Otherwise it would ,v'.' tail, but tweak his cars and perhaps put tie ciiujici- lamer anu "iu. iiait 01 tne lemon leu lortno hcai. was engaged to Marv Duthie. 1 was an' Mary Hine fefecst ye, sin' the wife not lind the scheme successful cither as it would be his casque that would be a muzzle over his mouth. not fulfil, and, as the Republican spread very fast, and to a considerable trin nn the river. Fortunes arcraptdlv cleft and his right hand sm.ttcu, sure. a coup d'etat or as a coup (P tattoo. vexed about the whole affair, especially ye' ha'e gotten disna' suit yc, an' for President, he would havo the depth when a vessel is lying still for mado and all others But in this great land. Lowell Citizen. Detroit Free Frcs. The claim by Mr. Blaine of credit for as J sympathised with poor Jem Leslie. who wish to sec the dign'tyof American people lay particular stress upon the au extende 1 period, but often on tho or ever the words arc weel owre "I can't keep my girls from climb' the Republican party, on account of Yet certainly it was no concern of ray lips, he's jist as quaet's a lamb. citizenship honored and its rights pro- promises that he makes touching the trip to China and returning a vast ing chern trees," writes an anxious Keep the Surplus. free trade between tho States of the mine. tected abroad have only to look at policy of his Administration. Cleve- number will spread themselves all over Argosy. shall I do about it?" Union, carries this letter to the borders I do not think that Mary ever reMr. Blaine is distinct and emphatic Blaine's ono brief record in thai matter land, on the other hand, us s 110 chaff. a steamer's bottom. It is sometimes a mother; "whatyou can tie them to the of burlesque. Such free trade was es- -' on one subject, if lie is tricky anil evaHe ma'ses no promi cs. "except the mystery how they collect so easily when Well, mother, ceived any from Aberdeen. to be convinced that a vote for him Unnatural Natjral History. bedpost or to yourapron string, but out tablished n 17e7-8- ') by the makers of sive on others. He want. the surplus would be a vote in direct opposition to promises that become an honest man. a vessel is in motion." It was not the fashion in her village in those days for rovers to correspond. lie pledges hime f to be the President effectual advice is: "Let 'em climb." Itdoesn't The pelican feeds its young with the the Constitution. The Republican par- - j revenue, rolling up at the average of their desires. "Are there not other and cost any more to set a girl's arm or leg But she always wore round ber neck life blood from its own bleeding bo- ty was founded in l&Vl, when Mi. 10 i,ihXi.O ) yearly, to continue. The "intense Americanism" which is of tho people, not of a ring. He means for preventing their presence?" "boy's, and, beside, girls can g editor. It half of the sixpence which Peter had som. This is a beautiful mistake, Blaine was a dollar has been wa'ed." cries said to characterize Mr. Blaine should pledges himself to execute the laws, 10 may be." was the reply, "but than a w'ell as boys, and when thev "There "No broken with her, so that I began to be that will live forever in symbol and was apparently foundered in 1884, the Mr. Blaine, and so he inists that tho have had full scope to show itself in ee justice measured out to all men, to they have not yet been discovered. A cling as quite in despair for ray favorite Jem. legend. The "real live" pelican ha.-- year of Mr. Blaine's nomination. accumulation of the great corruption tho case of the American suspects. turn out tho rascals, llo will occupy thousand different preparations have grow up their clinging capacities will Springfield (Mais.) But after three months or so from a large bag under her unwichm Either for creating or for not abolish- - surplus shall not cease. Those who believe that that American- the White House as a servant of the been tried, but none of them are of be appreciated. Union. people, not as a tyrant to crush liberty mueh'aecount, if we accept tlio vcrdi Aberdeen, beak, and digging with the beak ing free trade between the States, the PeterMackcy's departure for for hangism Is the salt of the Nation have been hat is Mi. Blaine' She had just returned from Vassar, some liule incidents occurred which toward the breast, she feeds her brood Republican party has no more claim to ing on to tiio surplus? "It is applied to loud in tlioir denunciations of Minister or as a jobber to steal the people's gris compound, and that is far from consideration than for tlie origin and the. reduction of the debt," he says, Lowell. Hut he was not half as much money and enrich his friends. showed up that young man in his true and soils her feathers with satisfactory. A fortune awaits the liicky and papa was stroking her hair fondly. t The people havethc records of the man who can discover a. comparatively liebu "I hope, my dear," said the oldof tidbits of fish from the bag. The continuation of the order of the sea- - 'and the consequent relief of tho bur- to blame in that disgraceful affair as the two men before then).- Blaine has been inexpensive and at the, same time dura-biyou haven't acquired any The first of-- these events was the re- nightingale leans her breast again. .i ; ton8. of taxation." den was Blaine, secretary. Under cover of a profosion to be turn of Jeanie Saunderson from Lon- thorn and sings in pain. In the old So iu order to pa' rapidly and injuriWhen American citizens were thrown an offict seeker ever sin e he was mixture which, when applied to a vulgar slanp phrases which so many of' don, ami a visit paid by her to her old poets not only has she. a thorn in hei writing an acceptance, Mr. Blaine ously to the banking interests of the into jail under the C oerciou act. Min- twenty-fiv- e years old, and afte getting ship's .bottom, will render it so distaste- the Vassar voting ladies arc said to U3c. acquaintance. Mary Duthie. The two breast but she puts it there. Instead makes most of the remainder of tlie country a debt which bears an interest ister Lowell, in a letter to Consul into office by demagogic m thods he has ful a place of residence to these barna "You bet I haven't, papa," she said girls had not been together more than of being the voice of lonely love she letter au assault on such of his of three or three and per cent., Brooks, declined to inter ere or to lift a proceeded to make the office pay. Ho will no longer infest it." brightly; "when anybody catches rac. as belong to tho Democratic he insists on piling tho "burden" of linger in behalf of the American citizens has grown rich oT positions of tru?t, cles that thev talking" slang he is especially invited tot a quarter of an hour, when sounds of ought to be the emblem of those disSan Francisco Chronicle. Yiolent weeping proceeded from the contented people who, in a position en- party. The taste of this, in one aspir- taxation on the people of tslug me in the seventh rib." "That js heaviwho were outrageously deprived of aud if ho w re elected President ho kitcheB. Hastening in to see what was viable to others, first make their owi ing to be President of the United States, ly enough to raise $100,000,000 a jear their liberties. But, he" added: "Un would be surrounded by a gang o fas disright, mr daughter; never indulge in Cigar StoreDcad-Heailthe matter, I founa Jeanie and Man' tronbles and then spend their live in needs no comment. It is beneath the more tliau tlie (overnmcnt needs! slang. It gives a young lady leaO less I am instructed to the contrary bv reputable men as evt r disgraced a cur-rus do you sup"How many Y. Sun. Of course the habit of the most heated partisan. It is administration. mingling their tears over some letters In his defense of the surplus Mr. the Department of State I must take my position has to deal away." Al which lay on the table. Jeanie greeted nightingale is not such a fool as she entirely incompatible with st'iteman-6hi- Blaine stands alone. The Republicans Cl veland. tin Democrat, is not an pose a man iu of my duties." this view asked the proprietor "What a shocking speaker he is!" It is disgraceful in a candidato afl'et a desire to wipe it out. The He was nom'naUd for with every dav?" me respectfully, and on my enquiring looks in poetry. Swans are said tt This is the matter in a nutshell: Min- ollicc-- s ekcr. boy or the largest cigar stores in the exclaimed a lady, alluding to aearshot-Ththe cause of their grief, handed me a sing a death song; this is poetry too. for President. To convince his Commission was framed with ister Lowell was only the agent of the Mayor of Buffalo, but the Democrats of one ofnight. Tariff n ator, whoc mother was within ity last is a worthy purpose in a nomiletter, saying: But they are hatched during thunder; that pretended object. The Tariff bill Department of State, and one word had to force the honor upon hini. He mother looked up, cast a quick, said the "1 really do not know, To calumniate them is ihe dis- - of the Keifer Coiigres wa passed nn- - from its head, who was at that time refused to acicpt until his friends told "Will ye be pleased to read that, and this is prose the belief of other- nee. sidelong glance of rebuke and knit her man. mem?" wise sensible folk. Crows and curlews Unction created by himself. lor tne only der the tase preten.e that it would re trying to ran notonly tho United States, li'm that it was his duty to do so. The American for my own satisfaction, i brows in a frown "Shocking!" said "Well, . t needed reformi..M...w... It was an effusion of Peter Mackey's, hate each other so that their eggs put nujuui"..u i.u.....u..,.u. Ios Uuce tuc suri)u,s. do but the South American Republics also, municipal govenm-nrecord of a day's experience, the first lady's husband. "What his a 'dated sine months back. It began, in the jame nest will all burst- - Talk- lice hml no character to nii is therefore in conflict would have changed the whole affair. ing, and he was selected as the man kept this" taking up a piece of nape you mean? "O, he electrifies "My dearest Jeanie," spoke of the ing of eggs, the cock of the south of What portions of the epistle are not with his party More than that lie is But Secretary Blaine said to a brother wno could accomplish the herculean and v,o.,r.lnn'tvnii "mow?" Then the 3 result: 168 wanted a writer's unalterable affection, reminded England" lays an egg when the hen has devoted to mis ioui worn are employee in direct conflict with the platform of of one of the imprisoned men: "Mr. task. lie was nominated for Governor -- "is the change, 4'J wanted light, mnllmr'c frnll-- W.1.S oillLSed aWaV postage vanted Jeanie of her promise to become his ceased laying; it is a small, insignif- in a defense of Mr. Blaine's "Jore'ign the convention which nominated him. Lowell has pursued his instruction with of New York. He did not seek ti-water, id wanted by a dozen smiles, and she beamed upon wanted wife as sooa as he should be able to icant affair with no yelk in it, clear- policy" of bluster and jobbery, in but the office sought him. and as a stamps, 17 directory.ice wanted to "Tlie Republican party pledges it- energy and sagacity, and in full feeling 9 leae the speaker during the remainder of the provide a suitable home for her, and ly an amateur attempt. These cock'e which braggadocia and guano p'laved self," says the Chicago "platform, "to with his Governrae'nt." publi spirited citizen he was forced to 'o see the valises, 3 wanted pens, exercises. Golden Days. was signed: "Your own Patie." With such a fine lecorJ as a packages and" 5 wanted the loan of eggs are to be found in Sussex, if no- equal parts, and in a rhetorical waving reduce the surplus, not bv the vie ous In view of these statements by the accept. pen 11k ami paper, I raast confess that my first feeling, where else. As wo have got to the of the bloody shirt. 1 he first will come and indiscriminate process of horizontal two mea of their sentiments and their reformer, his name was brought promwanted the scrap ends - reduction, but bv such methods as will relative positions, which should receive inently fonvard as a strong candidato .md ink only, Wasn't a Boulevard. on reading this, was one of satisfaction poultry yard let Job's turkey have np anew to the consideration of a peoat my own discernment. "So you were a word; tne Americans nave me nonor pie, who have already signally con- - relieve the taxp'aycr without injuring the greater condemnation, the Minister for the Presldcn y. He did not seek the of tobacjoand 32 wanted private favors total of 352. How's dead-bea- d An Austin darkey raised a Ipfge crop a engaged after all," I remarked; "but of discovering that or the Secretary? Since the former high honor, but the Democrats, in conbird. demned it Indeed, that portion of tho the laborer or the'great productive of watermelons, but the crop is so large that?" why was nothing said about it and why They say "as poor as Job's turkey that is an assault on the Arthur Ad- - terests of the country." held himself at command of the latter vention assembled, thrust it upon him. "Rather bad for you, I should say." this year ho has had difficuly in getting ti was it broken oil?" The Democrats ask Cleveland to acNow comes Blaine, tho candidate, and carried out the wishes of his supehadto lean against a fence to gobble," ministration, which tho Republican 'l'es, it is bad, and what's worse, rid of them, the market being over- "Oh," said Jeanie, looking at me but there we must leave him, as he President aud the Republican candidate . into the field and repudiates the plat- - rior isn't in unfair to stigmatize Minis- cept tho highest honor within their gift. stocked. He felt like the castaway on of these people ever buy indijpantly, "Patie just asked me to does not strictly belong to us. All iht for President can settle between them-- , form. The Democrats cry out against ter Lowell as an c and to Blaine asked the Republicans to confer very few For instance, a eountrymar the desert island, for -- he saw no sale be bts wife the vera day before I sailed, Year Round. selves. ine union 01 tnreat ami the surplus, he savs, but we will keep laud Secretary Blaine as au intense their highest h norupon him; not only camo in here y with three valises. from day He attributed so there wasna muckle time to lat it be that, he managed the convention treacle, in the allusion to the South, it where it is. "Not a dollar of it is American?" of of the "season to the fact that. forced the Ho asked the privilege Heleaving them. Icbowb. And as for 'ts being 'broken , wasted." A vote for James Gillespie Blaine through sharp agents and The chief difficulty about a woma will neither induce the North to it. came in the superior quality of the fruit was not off,! it's Patie ye must, speir at aboot doctor is that if she was suddenly called The surplus is needed to carry out would beibout as long a step toward nomination. Cleveland is the nominee Of course I granted things out and here sufficiently advertised, so he procured what Thad Stevens grimly called put to take thai, fori never heard tell o't till this to attend a man who had fallen the doHcv of hate and hell." nor lead the magnificent Blaine nolicv. It is the the righUtof American citizens respect of the Democratic party. Blaiue is the three times even went so far as tr a long tin horn with which day. Eh! but men are deceivers! But down a shaft, and they told her he was the South to permit a combination of capital of Jingoism, the hope of tho ed abroad! as a vote for James Russell no uince of his radical machine. The thim-- s in. He my mirror in arranging his hair horses several blocks distant. , that's bo' the warst o't, meml Mary, a young man and unmarried, she would brigands and barbarians to detach her methods employed by the two men are use the life and soul of a Free Lowell, l on a clean collar. And "Look here," said an exhausted give.tho lady Mrs. IMrket's letter." When Cleveland is President, James in such striking contrast that the most and putting went ont without stop so long to fix her crimps that the from the course which has created for Lance Administration. buying a policeman, who had been almost tub . all, he Mrs.. Birket, it appears, was Peter's man would bo liablo to die from th her a now prosperity and preseserved "Keep the surplus!" is the Blahu Russell Lowell will go.Roiton Globt. biased person must concede that one is after worth."-Baltim- ore A mcrican. over W a fugitive team; "ysu can't blow landlady is Aberdeen, and had written violence of his contusions. Jiocklanu civilization among her assets. in accord w th honesty, the other with cent's shout. What will be the o erburdened through the streets thati way." ,, Wo have analyzed Mr. Blaine's rascality. Honest, intelligent and patthat morning te Maryjiuthie's Mother, Courier. Of the civil service affectation of tho people's reply? Al J. World. Catholic. Church in Bato. Who is blowing fnvany street 1 a 3 Hurlbut, letter cf acceptance, and our candid riotic men should have no hesitancy in Roun-e-TheLa., m wnicn - congregation had known when they were whom she impli-men- t man who appointed dis heah Partridge and .. every adult It pains us to call attention to the judgment i3 that it does not begin to deciding between the two. Which shall of ttuj parish has worshipped for thirty blowim- - frodon't call dimusical bassoon girls together, to ask iine particulars a memorial siao nas been erected -j heah Yr et Peter's family and antecedents, as over the graves of two ef the unknot male related to him by blood or mar- fact that the Irishmen who are bolt'ng compare in directness and perspicuity it be. Cleveland, the ref rmer, or Blaiue, years, was sold atbberitFs salerentlv a boulevard, does yer. her niece and adopted daughter, Mary Pilgrim Fathers found buried at Cole' riae, to positions in tho Government, the uemocratic ticket imnnabry drop with the Mulligan letters. Cincinnati the demagogue and political jobber? for 52.000. Texas Sittings. Enquirer. Richmond ( Ko.) Slate. Hise, was soon to be marned to him. Hill. R. I. uojhlng need bo said. It will bo no-- I their h's, Cincinnati tiqttirer iini-neailoj-uw- Some ladles hold their beaux too high, A plan I disapprove. HoM fast, but gently. In your hand The bow should freelv move. Anil never, never trust your bow ; Sharp-shooter- s l.-hol-d s ci-e- g n SWEET-HEART- 1 love-storie- s. deemably dull. Manifestly those aro correct who ' have insisted that Mr. Bla'ne's unquestioned ability is most apparent in debate and iu intrigue George F. Edmunds has more than oueu taken the ground, iu Republican councils, that Mr. Blaine was not to be trusted on questions involving exactness sobriety of statement and houorablcness of fcplrit; that his forte was to stir up the i ou tin? U joos anu to dodge or falsify issues; not to speak the measured and authoritative voice of Republicanism, lho letter of acceptance justiiies the estimate of the Republican candidate ascribed to the leading Republican Senator. At the samo time, charity is dictated. Just as a man can not get out of himself, so enn not Mr. Blaino supply to a letter of acceptance the qualities of largeness, fairness and solidity which lie does not possess. The communication is devoid of uprightness and The tone is low. It is a cheap and transparent bid for votes. The elevation properly belonjrinjr to a national paper is wanting. Mr. Blaino has apparently been stunned by the fact that his nomination has alienated the conscience and culture of Republicanism from the organization. Ho lias de- scended from the seroue and imperial nir of historic Republicanism, to huddle among demagogical misrepresent tions, in the seeming hope of affiliating with class interest. A gteat hoiior ha-- . found and le.t him a small man. The desire and hope of Republicanism that he would rise above tho spoc'al ple?s, the huckstering appeal and tho disin- gennous fetches , and insinuations of a ward politician are defeated. Tho let- ter w'li depress thc'uuthor's intelle tual refutation as much as hU candidacy has depressed the moral reputation of his afflicted party. It is a mortification to Americans tli'at a candidate who-spersonal qualiflcations had beoa reduced to more "smartness," has parted even with that poor equipment in his letter of aep'ancc About the words of thanks at the outset, tates-manship. 1 t lho ponrest .iro,iucn0n that ever cma-datnat(d from tic f tIie ai,von urur ,viw. n..ni:...t.. IO iUll ... i. .. v... vjv UUUJIUlti.VU ; f.,u HJ .' tional reproach. The weakness with which the bad ticket and oven worse Tllfltfnrm ffk'cl A nti tlwit,, line cmlftnti the Blaine jouniai'vn of th. conntrj, lias been noticed at home and abroad. The hope existed, both among supporters nnd opponents of Mr. Hlaiue. that his neveptatme le.tci' might do for his caUse what none others put in tru-- t of it nppoar to have been able lo do, for- -' tify it with plausibility, ecn though to raise it to respectability was out of tho question. Tho hope is trone. Republltiiiio- licans h:ft nifirft to hcwaiL-tm- l c. KiVi fc Mr. BlaiiwT ironstcamer," saidsAvill not bo permitted tlie re- - , Paciiic Mail CompefJ ,,...---ntr- . u sponsibility. s .' :, . iirujtittuvM one jjtie wouldn't uiu biggest A vouug woman, on being asked think it, but it's s of these how her father was going to yote, re- itomo nf nine.nsc"lt plied that she didrft know. This gives steamers." continued-- ' Lbottom an every sfc'Bfe goes endeavors to prove Blaine a cloar leaifof at least 90,0o0 In operation t vory trip across that corporations ought not to be al- Massachusetts. through ait lowed te get possession 01 large tracts o,PwiHiat It is announced with .conidera- - tho PftoifK?,' iVliich Vt- sotne ntmuch of the Ibtfonal domain. The man who f ble flourish tie creatures HaiTiet Beecher Stowe j msod thf?Rwer of his high oflico to en- and her husband are for Blaine and nrn thicker ": ttain their eific waters d able tbewtfo Rock & Fort Smith growth more Tapidly'i Sure&uough. We had forgot?t Coajnany to retain a large grant Logan. "- do in the than thev ten about Harriet and hubby. renoTtcr and lof ntlwftj- land now writes most iant wctc The not be ac-Point drvi )viriubu3l&bout tho ''evil of permit-lin- g ccptcd Mr, Blaine's icttcrfwillcampaign, 1 in the vicinity of II v,r.-fle an the of this lafgfclracts of the National domain vara m nud administrative reform will bo tho doqk. and on enteri high and ,lo ho eoitwlled by the fcV against the issue. Tho Republicans may not like City of New 1'ork w "many." Wilis' not. however, td Mr. I frargo nuni- dry on the supports, it, but they will havo tofaco.it. 'Blainc,'s!Saection with corporations ber of men, cactiwitb Th&WetVirkiii'ftDcmbc'raL.gmilo Sand, were .and land V it legislation that we. now I ji self. This will not do. to-ah- ift riUrTlCAL tointS. from It is rumored ....;.. Washingtoni.? ltr.. i.:n. ni; .i?.i r Bam 1 A . ' t "Come And i- S1 - A .rvt rape tho of a big ve of the porter of j,. 1 - in.tlrt.-i'Hlftir- " J8 tht - Rail-'roa- - key-not- ...; alar-shap- !dire-:t.- 0 rm'tPHfjyV , it lift TrfiiiTi3Atfi."f( J11UI1 isct by those who framed th uttoit,;muru"isiio- ?S"iJLi2il&uifiiH ha tisi v ?nrlTnwiinc-jc " -aRg-yijaagjarr 1.1 t?Sf krftTfhpr?? Tkl r'' Ala., . toward founding .a free high school at that place. Tho theory that a" boy may 'be popped into a school, like corn into a mill, to come out, after a time, ready for use, has been exploded by the Sad experience ot nearly all that havo tried it. Freeman's JortrnaL , The study of the Irish, language is becoming popular among many Irish-me- n "in this country. In most of the large cities ..there are classes organized The Philadelphia for the purpose. for instance, number fifty puI pils.. Philadelphia Press. ' d the regulations of a Among church among tho Zulus in South 'Africa was the follow?nfft "No member of this church shall" DPp"er-mittc- d to drink the white roan's grog. Samuel Noble, of -- Anniston, ha3 given $2d,000 -- . I- - newly-forme- Mjers-uiad- j Sv. I S!p8HSHe39S -- rnative5bccr.iBrrtto4isii&'jb,ibia K- . i'l"--- $0'kfldB'fedM''fcaBBlaaaaaaVByt-:va3jiamil'HvHanHrHifIBwd-riWRt&:- i'lii T&Srt?mL ' '. 1 11 A . corpo-'ration- s, long-skirte- d to-da- y cd j -- 11 , " English-speakin- g German-speakin- Star-rout- , on-Iti- re m ves-el- ' t stay-ut-hom- 1 school-childre- n, ex-pe- ne ! wood-carvin- g Uos-lo- ; maid-servan- t, - -- (1 hcat Gov-iernme- law-courts- ?" n o - ( $ lii-mln- "-- s . '; - '" nr?ncenva--clcanvrfRndllic-rcti-fro- ! - d vi-i- 1 state-ment- s 1 Dem-cral- lt love-a-Tain- s, 1 Por-son- al Star-rout- i hus-ba- well-to-d- o double-dealin- g cir-cu- ni j ' Irish-America- ns -- - 1 can-d'da- te weel-a-w- at Irish-America- love-lette- rs , Know-Kothin- j A ox-u- se red-stain- j I man,-"tha- - o -- ' fellow-citize- ns one-ha- lf to-da- y -- s. pt I dead-head- p. I j fellow-citize- ns ; j -- e of-tlic- c, tA n -- j in-lctt- cr any-thin"- -. Anglo-mania- m m to-da- to-da- the-dullne- re-ena- ct d J buL-ancer- Kil-T,ntri- . i- j-- - 11 1 Jm ' y 4 &&?. '..t ' H 5 w .Th& Hickman Courier. r r-- r -- V"fc nd, strange to say, she did not repeat It to some hoDc that hoi-.Tho British Army. . . wiirc : knot I IJird Maidens. FARM AX1) FIRESIDE. her aunt. W II lllkI, ouect. 'TWtV.? Uli y, .IF i. He Fell in "'uui, sho had dona hpn.a Ami. Annarntlv shn b ,!?!, f,-- v,C. " The British an events T J r . ...' it Examine your bushos for insect, sembles that army just now closelv relime, ne mat ..' V ioegan to menu rapmiy, and VlA WHO rrnnnt Kn1.. n The pretty superstition which abounds umyioinenexsiiu-commanded by the illusMiss soon the day came lor which Miss Eldridge he bad secured comfortable qual ". GEORGE "WARREN, Publisher. in pei.a fairy mythology that at certain and endeavor to destroy as many of trious Bombastes reflections ataWerj had longed he was able to be moved to tb Furioso; it grows -- ... .. ICBXNEDT'S FAVOBITK KE3CEDT i Eldridge, thePmoSl Ximcs fairies put off their vesture and them as possible. venture to trota more squire's house at Greenvale. The hotel at again, and Phyllis might safely y took, one nau odemus' at this day. and more like a skeleton day by Ventilation, and nlontv of it change thoir forms to those of swans, Norwich was a comfortless and noisy abode. Ihe squire, still confined to c.i Cures a Terrible Case of Gravel. KENTUCKY. special HICKMAN. Its Bources of supply from causes f?T P1"1 the'. doves or other birds, is very probably season is very essential, not only in the still Miss Eldridgo Mt that the quiet and secluspiaineu ankle, troubled hhf She had beeTbe?rott& somewhit obscure aro all but Xotlilag t more nrgenttr needed thaa a rdlbl do one of those "primitive mvths, the com- stablos, but also In the barn. and had given him tPV UrotTrsllf sion of Greenvale would else her patient lu", uuous tuo matter, thouctJ closed. Rccruitingis nearly at a stand- medicine lot Gravel, as th disease aeeins on.tlie inmore good than anything could. puzzled over the telegram, anc'1 mon heritage of the whole Aryan nice," and her worldly eoods to her brotner.aiter Continue to improve your stock, still. Kvery The mystery concerning him had not been that ho would yet find out the regular crease, and v are gtad to lay that men U DR. he had squandered bfewn Pslnffir0niS although it is found current in nearlv mako it hotter every year, and ten to establishment regiment onstrength. what PJ KltXEDrS FAVORITE REMEDY; of solved. He had asked where he was, had is As riotous living, and it bd en SBeme mOM THET.OW OEUHA.V. X. Y. We put In eTldenee the foHowlnz lettet to nnd' sta all parts of the world. The forms which one your soil will follow suit, Chioago for the militia, below its "..- - tn miard Phyllis remembered tho accident that had befallen Cousin "J? t Cornelia more tolerablo th cnr.sorrows. t.. elected from many tlmllar communications: Vou raw me safely up tho hill, taking it in the aggrethese beautif ul imaginary beings assume Journal. him, 'and had inquired who was taking care for she remainod Hir..n (The day was iflmost 8nont, gate, it is already short some 30,000 from ?t V? the rrmnxLD, ilaax, March. 139. Miss bidden are, of course, different in differout And there you void mo you must go: herZeart that PhX .hould marrj ainten- of him; butor try Eldridgo hadand h him she came home she had apparent?'! Color takon out of dark colored men, and the deficit is daily increasing. Dr Datld KenKiJy? any not to talk Wo parted, and you went. to think, ten all" nhnnt Mrhad countries. In She was not conscious of Deas Sir: Ton hire a rluht to know, and I fleatre 11 . n., il .iiiiiiiiv mni-..&changc. u..1V. ""YJ- - ni.jd woel Thorpe, in his the Faro Islands, says goods with acid may bo restored by tho the public to know mr experience with Grarelaad i. tion to attempt to inrfwe with tha decrees obeyed with the docility that comes of "Northern Mythology," application of liquid ammonia. ClevBut T stood still and watched the woods mr remarkable recoYerythrouKh the ne of your "FA?! .1 w physical weakness. r.. nft.r PhvllfoJ A... of Providence, but if ' Glow with the wttinjr sun, llge an VORITE REMEDY " I am a carpenter llvlns la this the superstition is current that the eland It was not until he was comfortably set- nounced, at tho breakfast ta'-l-e, " k intf n Ltadtr. to young man should Japan has at present 155 miles of place, and thereMy plenty ol wltnvesslightthe truth fire . And gazed upon tho little path casts off its skin every night, as. 1 tled In the squire's house, and had recov- tion of drivinp tn Por..ii-l,attarkot vt what I y. nn.t comparaihely waiotuY too Jikely, horizon-- as, - Thatyou were winding down ioininj seal alasl Bad cookery in short is working railway, of which 117 miles belong to (Sravel was in the year 137& It passed away, and I cad ered from the fatigue of the journey, that town, to church. She had hesC Tthat sumes the human form, and dances ami was not Phyllis calculated, to draw little more trouble nntll last July lrSL Onedaywhes as much mischief as bad whisky, and the government. did mean Miss Eldridge would answer his questions nephew of Reverend .Tn)m ..,, amuses lf like a human being until And there the spire amongst the trees. as a candldraws a motb?- -" at worn is my shop I was suddenly seized with a Keea Still in the sunlight gleamed. O and terrible pain In my left bide. I consulted twa as to the reason of her seeking him, and had preached at Fernlvale thirty years be- it resumes its skin and again becomes a js doing more to perpetuate the use of to use all her enemy to pot him to rout. physicians at oner. One said: " I etn d noUiing to But 1 turned down the other side Tor nair a fore, was to occupy the pulpit. Reverenc seal. It once happened As Bucephalus trudeed peeveringly showing him such kindness. the latter than is generally supposed. you! Your case Is Incurable ." 1 was t rishteneaand And oh, how dark it seemed. that a man Toronto Globe. Sirs. John Gemmell, ililroy, Miflin Co., The squire, who was confident that if his John Lyman was the lover of Miss El eut to the second, w bo said little but cave mo a pi over the long road tV'orwich, Kicodemus scrlptton. It did no good. passing during one of these transformamemory for names had failed, his memory dridge's youth. She could not now men Pa., In tho indulged in some further remarks. In dreams, how many times since then Then began a Giving salt to animals is oftu neg- and partial Spring of ISO injured hor spino horror of hlch series of experiences the ajronran--t I thatPar-so- n for faces had not, declared that he had tion his name without a orda can not depict. Think or It "That was a potverfal discourse I've parted rroni you io? little flutter, and i tions and seeing the skin took posiws-pio- n paralysis ensuod. For nearly as some Imes taken In the sret. and would fall. My heart dwells on the hilltop yet. of jt, when the seal, which was a lected, and yet it is as important as twenty years sh was unable to walk. Godfrey give uskut Sunday mornin , never seen the young man before, and he fleeting blush, nlthough he had uiarriee In wrt'hin:rwHlia?onr. upon the sidewalk.ofItwssdesti And gazes down below. about the man with the ono talent. I ba'n't was so puzzled about the matter that he another woman, and had been dead fa female, not finding her skin to creep watering or feediug, for upon it de- the Spring "KESXIvp In life. Thank llraven. then beard 1SS3, sho was Tempte liar. seemed to be able to get out LlnAnd gave Miss Eldridge no peace until she told twenty yoars. REMEDY." throupti P. R pends the health ami productive ca- St. Jacobs ofOil, tho great advised to uso DYd FAVORITE used half a bottla whenMr.passes' I Phyllis, with a queer little smile dimp- into, was obliged to continue in a huconqueror of Cooiey. I had not sence," said he. with a deeply meditative the young man of the telegram. three stones In succession, one of which was nearly form, and being a comely jierson, pacity of the stock. Boston Qlobe. "1 am certainly John, but who It. Mason ling about her mouth, said sha wanted t man pain. The first application gave instantexpression of countenance. median Inch 'on?. 1 persevered A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. Vinegar pie: One cg, one heap- aneous reliof. Before tho socond bottle cine, the symptoms gradually abated, with Ithe h and hare "I'm very glad thst it impressed you, is I do not know, nor how anybody atadis-tanc- go too, and Nlcodomus, who had beoom the man made her his wife, had several no more trouble stner I in well, thanks to you ana of REMEDY It was as peaceful a scene as one could Nicodemus," said ili Eldridge, with a pened could possibly know what had Hap strangely shy nnd quiet in Miss Eldridge' children by her, and they lived happily ing tablespoon of Hour, one teacupadd was exhausted she was able to walk nnd is FAVORITE gratefully. " to me. I am Yours most together until, after a lapse of several sugar; boat all well together, and wish to lhold pn a summer Sunday morn- radiant face. Here was at last a hopeful an Impostor. I havereally afraid that I am presence,adrove them. cured. JAMES D. EXEDT. become possessed of It was Sunday morning vftry like the years-- she chauced to find sign in Mcodemus! ing. There was scarcely enough, breeze to her hidden one tablespoon sharp vinegar, ami one What casoU "Been thinkiu' of it ever sence," said your care and kindness by false pretences. one on which they had driven to Norwich, skin, did stir the leaves of the great elm trees to a Nicodemus. Thi man who called another a dog, has done"FAVORITE REMEDY"deiirc4n thisbo nut which could not refrain from teacup of cold water; llavor with In many others. If you to do "Parson Godfrey he made out Let me make all the amends in my power nnd they all thought of it, but even Nicode rustle; but for the faintly wavering apologized by sayinr he did not do it Address Dr. Darin Kennedy. Rondout, X. T. creeping into, and so became a seal meg anu oaKo wiin two crusts. iroj mus the garrulous did not speak of it. shadows which they cast upon the lawn, that every man has his taleut, even if 'tis by telling you at onco who I am." We ffowrerneur Herald. Miss Eldridge walked into church witb rtgaiu." A similar notion prevailed Tones. are "It does not matter in the least. one would not have known that they moved a leetle mite of a one, and I calkilate 'tis the lay so, stranger," at all. The lawn had been rolled to a of only he don't alius seem to get an idea more glad to be able to help a her tender downcast eyes and great primness, but among the people of Shetland regardTho Rural World sas that it is one CORE Of FAttf IN BACH STIFT when she sat down in the new. n.l raised said Miss Eldridgo hastily, it exactly. Ivo beenrunnin'of Sunday smoothness; the nudacious little t. of the few facts that are patent to all NECK. the sile and doin' heart sorely troubled by the young man's her eyes to the pulpit, sho started violently ; ing mermaids, who, it seems from clovers that lifted their heads there yes- that mine wa'n't digciu' never put my looic are not naturally "HosU lishified"' who know anything of the business that of distress. really must not anybody less dignified than Miss Eldridge KH Adxlfiu Szuket. BnooKiry, N. T., CATARRH CURE. terday had all been snipped olf, and a chores. I wisht I hsd'n't of talk about it at all until you are stronger." might bo said to havo jumped. Looking at their lower oxtremitios, but resemble bj-- the creamery sstom the hogs that J hard niruin's into that tarual February 20, 18S1. IIss receded the commendation of thousands afrobin, who was bonoing over a Several times in the course of the next calmly down at her from the pulpit, in a .human beings, only far more beautiful, "may lw raised from the skimmed milk, farm over to Stony Crick. My tarlent Is I have lad pain in my baci for years and flicted with that dreadful disease. CiTABxn., It Is a it, seemed to realize his own boldness, cocked his bend upon one bide, looked shyly for luck. There never was such a feller for week the young man rsverted to tho topic; clergyman's black gown, stood her late ami dwell in the depth of the ocean in jafter the cream has paid a highor price it troubled mo nlghtjand day. I could gei posture cure, and so pleasant to u je. that when one applied, the effect Is so apparent, that the treatises findin' things, and goessln' thiugs, as I be. but always to be checked by Miss Eldridge. guest nnd patient, "the lottery feller!" Around, and uttered nota chirp. From the of pearl If Miss Eldridge had not nil her lifetime halls to visit and coral. "When they than the butter made thereof, will, pay no rollef, not oven for an hour. At last, Is continued with confidence. It does not smart er came a subdued cackling. The If I'd a put my moner into lottery tick It wounded her sense of delicacy that he i the upper world they put iall tho expenses of a dairy farm save hearing so much of Allcock's Plasters, Irritate, but soothes and heals. should feel obliged to givo an account of bade defiance to nerves she would have old red rooster, who was renowned for his ets" E. M. HORTOX. car accountant of the I. C E. K, "O Nicodemusl" exclaimed Miss El- himself, nnd, for herself, sho was quite fainted at the shock. She cast a hurried on the ham or garb of some I tried two. In three hours tho pain began but only the feed. voice, had not, since . four o'clock, been under date willing to take him upon trust. Moreover, glance at Phyllis. That young woman woe to those who lose their ham, for to decrease; in twolvo hours I was entirely writes,cured me of of Xov. J, 137T: Tapillon Catarrh heard to utter a note. There was a droning dridge. Half a dollar in the value of each Cure, aa Hertono of insects which seemed not like sound, but Nicodemus of horror did not seem to affect practical and prim spinster as she was, she looked perfectly demure and unmoved, ex- then aro all hopos of return annihilated, ton of buy made can be easily made or relieved. I continuod woarinz the Plaster fifteen years standing."obstinate offensive catarrhal enjoyed the little touch of mystery. She cept for u queer little dimpling a lout her and thev in thelent degree. a part of the silence. must stay whore they are. it. "Well, now, MIssEldrldge, there's a man did not acknowledge that to herself, but it mouth, anic- hrjghtened color. lost by the diilurenco in the' time of cut- a week, and was eutirely cured. I also Jjro. W. Stbeetek. 18S1: D, Aldlne &juarS24Pv Nicodemus, the hired man, who had just IS. lr?las happened that earthly men ting and the manner of curing. This used them for a fctlft neck, which ALI CO. writesofJuly recurring TapHlon Cat.arrTrTlarer' Miirs nryjJigCcoutd not listen to the serover here to Norwich has made his fortin bad its effect. brought round the cured me my Roue Cold In a few days. carryall, a lotterr. Give ten dollars for a Cock's Plasters cured In four hours. She did not take as good earo of Phyllis mon. That dreadful title of the troet she ha married mermaids, have taken may seem a small amount to the indisaid it was still because it was "so tarna- out of and I have suffered foryear. tried every remedy I knev of the Jf. A. MuLEAT. without benefit; finally tried this remedy and the ef. tion hot." But Miss Eldridge and her ticket 1 dre" fifteen thousand dollars in as she ought to have done; she acknowl- had given him "Tho Way dreadful part- rfeMon of their ham, and thus got vidual farmer, but in tho aggregate it tell ou Norwich is lively over it! edged that afterward with deep penitence. and the still more feet surprised me. I shall prescribe It for Rose Col. niece Phyllis, who were going to church in cash. It is the makes a diflerence of $18,00 i.DOO for or cobblin by odd- jobs. Phyllis read and sang to oltu through tlje ing words which she had addressed to him. them into their power.' Jim Shatturk-dlCatakbu and Hat KZTzr, being confident It will CUKC OF LUMBAGO. called ii -- a Sunday hush." same story everywhere: in a Kussiau against tho farmers, tho value of the s'nosa he's known halt the time rang in her ears! cure." days of his convalescence. Miss .The old carryall, which had a chronic Dan't he was goln' to git tho next meal of 1MK Summit Avs., Jeksev Cmr, N. J.j I folk tale the hem discovers on the sea liay crop beiug exceeded only by that tho service Sho hurried out ns soon as jAMisS.Coor. 12 RocltTllle Place. Boston. Mass, February 18, 18M. f or tho nurse was always creaking in all its joints, had, by almost where He found somebody's purse and and there was very little talking. present, was over. shore twelve birds, which turn into of corn and wheat. Prairie Fariiur. Sept. Curt cure superhuman efforts on Nicodemus' part, victaals. This is to certify that I havo been writes catarrh 13.1S8I: all TapIHon Catarrh hsd failed. he might beautiful maidens: he steals the shift of reward for it. Ho hadn't a remarkably reserved and quiet He was got ten dollars me of "Aunt Hester, don't you think after kinds of young oiled iuto quiet. Old Bucephalus Horns are weapons of offence: their troubled with lumbago for a long time, Insufflated a few days and must remedies disease com-I 3Uit of clothes to his back, but ho bought man. Miss Eldridge could not see that it expect us to to stop, and speak to him?'-- ' say the whose knees would have been the better a lottery ticket; had sense enough to the eldest and marries her. According tho for oiling stood in a drooping attitude, know made any difference to him whether Phyllis faltered Phyllis, whon they were In the to the Persian romance of Hasan IJauoo absence denotes domesticity anu docih- - and have tried 1 evorything, and could not menced to cure at once." his tarlent was luck, you see." or she was his entertainer. And as for carriage. O. Tnoxrsox. 179 Vine street, Cincinnati. O.. that ty; consequently thrift, productiveness get relief until used Allcock's Porous rrrE without sufficient energy to switsh off the writes Sept. 10. 1SS1: Tapllioa Catarrh Cure cured Miss Eldridge, actuated by a stern sense Phyllis, she seemed to regard it as rather "I couldn't, Phyllis! I made a great1 and I'ahnun Ghoor tof the Wild Ase). ami fertility, 'f heir absence insures Plasters. flies that alighted upon him. Miss Eldridge, me of hay fever. I have recommended It to a great very. much. tho royal hero obtains his fairy bride in comfort ami convenience in handling, mistake. I wronged him who was about to get into the carryall, was of duty, delivered a long moral and relig- a bore to devote herself to him. 1 havo also used Brandreth's Pills in many, and all have been benefited wonderfully ." ious discourse unon the sin of gambling, King Bahrain, yarding, stabling, feeding and shipOno day Miss Eldridge suddenly nwoke don't know whether he would speak to me." the same manner. a trim, little woman, on the Paptllon Catarrh Cure is purely vegetable, and II my family for tho last five yoars for bil"O, yes. Indeed he would. He knows all having been carried away by the Div farther confines" of middle ago, who fairly to which Nicodemus listened with rapt at- to the fact that she had been vaguely wishping. Their ahsoncc insures against a iousness, and would havo bo other, aj positive cure for catarrh, rose cold and hay fever. tention, and remarked calmly, when sho ing it were otherwise! Was she really so about'it." cMed Phyllis, oagerly.i .radiated decorum. From her For sale br all drucslsu. Send, or White Demon, to the mount large proportion of the casualties on a "Knows all about it?" gasped Mlss give me tho best satisfaction. bonnet to the toes of her cloth boots, ahe had finished: attracted by this utter stranger that she ains of Kaf, which are the boundaries of Block farm. This is the experience of ther "Yes, there is them that thinks lottorios would be willing thnt Phyllis should fall JLVreelasd. was prim. Her crape shawl "Yes, I told him. I knew yen would the world, he is left in a magnificent nearly all who have handled polled catwas embroidered in a stiff pattern; the is sinful, but it kind of seems to mo that in love with him? Miss Eldridge took her nosegay of cinnamon pinks and southern-j.voo- d when a man's got a tarlent that way. it's self sternly to taste for such an unprincipled want me to, he felt so dreadfully; and palace, and after examining all its wonArrER all, the bean pole I moro mful facts, deny which accordin' to scripter for him to use it." emotion. And yet he did not seem alto and he ami I are are If you ami papa ders his senses are overcome by slum- tle, and there arc black. toMattdchnscUs to this country than tho North Pole. which she carried in her 5s to call white Mis Eldridge sighed heavily, and aban- gether unlike a minister. She resolved are willing" Philadelphia Chronicle. hand was arranged on geometrical princdoned her attemDt. Clearly Nicodemu she would no longer blind herself to her Jioughftuin. "Phyllis Eldridge. how did this state ol ber. iples-. This Is taj TAT mean "Poisoned with had not a "tarlent" for morality. "And while sleep possessed him, the duty. The young nianjhould be allowed, affairs come about?" demanded Misu ElBut benevolence shone from Miss Ladies of all ages who suffer from loss 1VJL case with hundreds whoPotash." been unwln Delicious fritters may have stale hart By this time they had reached the one encouraged, to give an account of himself. dridge. of Hying doves souudwl in bread for the foundation: if care is of appetite, from imperfect digestion, low mooch to take Sarsspartllas. l'otssh mix tarts, etc.. one folt suro that her symfluttering face; "He never said n word to me while he pathies were not regulated by geometrical hotel which Norwich boasted, an I Miss Miss Eldridge wont out tb walk to calm her spirits and nervous debility, may havo until dltcestlon is almost fatally impairrd. Bwlft's Eldridge had the landlord summoned to perturbed mind and reflect upon the situa- was at our house. Aunt Hester, or only just his ears and. opening his eyes, he saw taken in removing any or all of the health renewed and lifo extended by the Specific Is a imtibic remedy, and restores the system . principles. four doves sitting on a dome of gold. crust that is dark brown fritters will bo to health and builds np the waste msde t thea tion, when she encountered Nicodemus. one word !" Phyllis, Miss Eldridge's niece, was the carriage. use of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies poisons. "Have you a gentleman hero who is very Twice already had Nicodemus expressed "Ah! it wasn't the wind that whispered each of them as large as sheep ami in light colored and very inviting in ap- for all complaints specially incuiont 10 me eighteen, and just graduated from a young I was suffering with Blood Poison, and treated months with Mercury and Potash, color like green emeralds; ami the King pearance. Eggs are a good addition in female constitution. We not only have a me worse. The Potash toot away idtonly tomaka an earnest desire to have an interview with 'Phyllis,' " thought Miss Ehlridge. ladies seminary. When she went a war to ill?" she asked him. appetite aa "The feller that got hurt is here," said the invalid. Miss Eldridge had set it down "But he felt so badly about yourehanged wa ailonishetl at the sight of them. school she was a miniature edition of Mies living faith in Mrs. Pinkbam, but w are ETe me dyspepsia, and both gare me rheumatism. I Eldridge; now she had blossomed outinto the landlord. "Got thrown off the train. as that curiosity to which the rural mind manner that he wrote to me to ask what it The doves flew off and ligntl on the the proportion of fouroggs to one quart assured that her remedies are at one most then took Sarsaparillsj. etc. All these SsrsaparflU me still of sweet milk; a saltspoonful of salt, agreeable and efficacious. somehow, and hit his In general, and "Nicodemus' in imrticular, meant. 1 couldn't tll him, and so he mixtures fcTe Potash in them. This made- system. rebellious curls and'dimples ntid flounces Caught his worse, as It droxe the poison farther Into my Nicodemus was so wrote again and again When I came home e.ige of the lake, and out of every dove and four or live slices of broad are also and sashes. As she stepped out of the head on a rock. He don't seem to know was prone, but A friend Insisted 1 should take Swift's Specific, audit iMjanty the required. The bread should be door she brought a frivolous little rustle much of anything yet, but the doctor snys persistent that it struck her as improbable Nicodemus told me you thought he was the csamu a peri, at who "1 DO business on a lari;e scat," said the cored meof the Blood Poison, drOTethe Mercury and 1 am weaul he's likely to get well if he has careful that his motivo could be merely curiosity. agent of a lottery, and of course I had to reason was confused; and they put oil in the milk for two hours. It soaking public wpi-h"but I don't give it a Jyefwu.- - of mysritem. and WELLMAX. aaJil, into the Sunday hush. OEO. O. can be nursing. I got old Mrs Plummer to take to tell him!" IaL-r-. Star. eigh." Boston Miss Eldridge looked at her with a little Salem. Jilt. thoir dress on the banks of the "What do you want to see Mr. Conroy write Eldridge Miss tried to be severe. Phyl- Now. there was one of these young broken into small bits, and thon it will ; sigh. She smiled Phyllis was very nice card of him. She used to be a first rate for, Nicodemus?" she said. Trcatlie on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to old." but BW1FT SPECIFIC CO.. j.Jo look at, there was nodenyingit but she nurse, you she's gettin'his name is?" asked "Well, you see, ma'am, it's a little mat-to- r lis had certainly behaved mont improperly, beauties fair as the child of a hor.ri, not be lumpy. Al J". Post. Ertsipelar, Ringworm, Carbuncles, applicants. know what "Do was a Drawer! Atlanta, Ga. j sighed as well. There may be beauty of of business," said Nicodemus, looking but the young man nephew.minister, and be and when the King fell upon her hvautv Kothiug is more distressing to a Boils and Pimples curod with Papilloa Hergratiflca-tioMiss Eldridge. which one can not approve. downcast but determine 1. "There's some- was John Lyman's St. bet- Ob N.T. Oflee. 150 W. 23dChestnut -St. and 7th Jurea. sick person, who is not quite ill enough BktnCure. Try it. "No, we can't seem to find out. He don't thing in his line that I want to buy." Philadelphia Office. 1203 toward her with at the state of affairs was toe great tr he loved and yearn.-Suddenly there burst upon tho tranquil be concealed. But with NicodemuSiit was a thousand hearts: he fainted at the to till up all worldly thoughts, than to cenelhe boy from the telegraph office, know enough to tell, and there was nothing "What is his line?" was on Miss El- easy is now the cry of tho 'Oct on the flv!" V about him to give m any clew except the dridge's surprised tongue, but she cheeked to bo severe. and panting, w ith a yellow grace and loveliness. After hare the doctor at his moniinjr call find infuriated ci.In. Lowell "How did it happen that you told me sight of her he in his hand. The telegraph was a initials J. L. C. on his pocketrbook." the room disarranged and tho patient Citizen. Its utterance. What she would not bear I have been a itreat ' came again to himself iu some time "J. L. C. It wasprobably Johu," thought from her patient bimsolf she could not auch a story?" she asked hint. new institution in Greenvale, and not libsufferer a night dross, not fresh and neat in Miss Eldridge. Tho telegram bad said ill, allow Nicodemus to tU her. see they was expectln' the ami saw that they had put down their "Well, vou 15 year."l read erally patronized. Excitement, and a Tanners' Folly. of the wondrous'cures sense of the great importance of the occa- and had not said anything about an acci"It's something that 1 suppose yon lottery feller over to Norwich, and when drfts-- on the banks of the lake, and appearance. It should be the lirstcarc Some fanners dent, but messages were arranged xvith a wouldn't approve of, though you don't the young man came along they all run of were swimming and disporting them- of the one in charge of the house to full light of fact adhere, oven against the by Ely's Cream Balm sion, had conspired to reduce Tommy and discovery, to tho old Trueworthy, the postmistress' son, to a view to employing the fewest words possi- seem to think there's nothin' out of the vay an idea that't was him. Never found out selves therein. Now the King had see tlmt this ttatc of things shall not fashioned Tilly of coloring butter with carand thonsht I would try ble, and the man was certainly ill at pres- about him. 1 want to find out all about that 'twa'n't till the lottory Mler himself fctato of utter collapse. once more. After bae be as and inferior heard from the "White Div that if a por- exist. Astolong somethe room must the rots, annatto, the splendid su.bstance, notent. ngo." amplication I waa wonMiss Eldridgo took tho yellow envelope lottery 's ruuiijn', and, if it turned up about ten days record made time during attended "Is there any other man in Norwich' that all fair that square as they say it is, "Why didn't you toll me of yourmistake tion of tho garment on the iKxIy of a day, why notatdo it when the greatest withstanding Butter Color, prepared by with a hand that trembled. A telegram derfully helped. Tw and seems by tho Improved lying very ill J" said Miss Eldridge, who I want to buy a ticket." weeks ago commencEldridge, sternly. then?" asked Miss bad never before come into her tranquil peri be in the power of any one, she amount of comfort would result from Weill, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. ed uslnz It and now I liked to be sure. to let cannot excape from his power. Where"Well, I thought mebbe 'twas best life. To ber mind it could bu nothing but "Nicodemus, what are you talking nbout? scores of the lest agricultural Fairs it feel vulrtlv curette It At "Not that I know of. Norwich is a terri- exclaimed Miss Eldridge, in horrified ac- bygones be bygones, soeln' I heard he was Is the greatest dlseor- an ill omen. it? Detroit Posl. has received the highest award over all i "It's for tho squire," gaspod Tommy ble healthy place. Nobody pindlin' here, cents. fore, as softly as he could, he stole ery known Dciuxifc a parson, and the lottory follow turned out competitors. Ilask. Parmer, Le. but the doctors, as a general tiling," said Trueworthy. "Didn't you know, now, that ho was a a cheut, and cleared out with my mney. I toward the dress of tho ounget peri, Mats. Varieties of Food for Stock. jMWsessed himself of the landlord, facetiously. lottery feller? That's what the landlord ha'n't felt much liko tAlkin' about it. But and when he had t "We will carry it to vour father; come, again," remarked the cobbler, "Soled u.sx Xly'a trtsm Solas I think this gentleman who hai over to Norwich said, that he didn't be- there, I never expected to gwtanv good out it he hid himself in a cluster of roses. "Then Phyllis," said Miss Eldridge, and drew Is a remedy based upon The majority of farmers are not fa- as he repaired an old pair of boots. Bosbeen injured is a friend of my brother," lieve you know it, for anybody would most of Parson Godfrey, and I ha'n't!" Phyllis into the house. The fairies went on with their sport in miliar with the term now uied to clas- ton Post. rhff5B?i.daraa said Miss Eldridge; "and wo would like to as quick take him fora jmrson by his looks, "Papa has unraveled the mystery of the AndTommr Truoworthv was disgusted depended upon. 50 eta. till the your.gtwt peri said to sify the diticront qualities of food for at his own offlciousness. If ho had said do all that w can for him." lletNr Than Diamond, atdruggfsts: Wets, by mall. Sample hottle by xaaU but I told him you wa'n't one that went to telegram. He told me thw morning," said the wa'cr sure I'm glad, ma'am. He needs work with your eye het, commonly. I Phyllis, "it was intended for 'John El- the others: 'They say the Div Jfcfid stock, for they do not take kindly to And of greater value than fine cold Is a 10 eta. li.TBiosDrugclstJi, Owego, . l. "I'm nothing Miss Eldridge would have opened the envelope, in her excitement, without friends," said th landlord, brightening in kind of wonder that he didn't speak out, dridge, Greenville, Conn.,' instead of Mw. has brought here a King of the race of ,ueli expressions as "albuminoids," creat tonic and ronovator like Kidney-wvta manner that might have suggested to a and tell his business, but inetbe he got an It was a mistake of the telegraph operator. men, and that for grace and beauty his thinking to look at the superscription, and It expels all poisonous humors . .LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S . . the be might have learned what his mother so cynical mind relict concerning hi pros- inklin' that you didn't et much by lotter- WhRt strange happening there havebeen." like was never so n among mankind; "earbo hydrates," ct?. Yet, after nil,em from the blood, tones up the systotnandby pects of having the stranger's bill paid. ies. Ever sence I heard Parson Godfrey's COMPOUND modes of expression are simple and VEGETABLE plans, i "Happenings are tile Lord' much wanted to know just who the peoacting directly on the most important What did you ay his name was. sermon about the one tarlent I've been hop He'll never allow me to interfero with let us assume our dove form again, ltody nearly all the constituent ele organs of tho body stimulates them to ple mentioned in the telegram were. So far "Mr. 13 A POSITIVE Ct RE FOR she had not enjoyed telegram as she had Miss EldridgeJ" them any more than He has how!" said when we go out of the water, and go upon healthy action and restores health. It has makin' up my mind to buy a lott-erinto foods All tlio-- e painful Complaints "I didn't say," said Miss Eldridge, curt- and it does seem to me rvnl kind of ticket, Miss Eldridge fervently. Elizabeth liige-ot- and look on him fiom a distance.' merits that entor feeding. irrown foods effected many marvelous cures and for all expected; they were so brief as to be puzproviand Weaknesses so couinon Some the farm for stock ly. Then her gentle soul reproaching hr, dential that he should be hove off them 'm Ihliou'n Monthly. zling. and other kind rcdlroubles tn oar best Then aid another: 'It is even a- - thon aro tat producing, such as corn, while Kidney she hastened to add, with a rising color, "I cars right in my way, so to speak, for lie ' In the squire's room, where he reclined . FEMALE I Ol'l I. ITIOS. i5h42 sayest: there is not his like among the others promote tho development of it is an invaluable remedy. really don't know anything but his first can tell me all about it, and they do say the Cost Of Selling State Secrets in the sofa, the victim of a sprained ankle, in sons of men. Now we are young, ami Pri it la U1J, r!H r Uttmfittrm. nuieclc, bone and nerved, such as clover. Miss Eldridge put tho telegram into his name. My brother has not seen him at International Colossal Gift Enterprise, as soW If a doe knows a good thins when he Ih iwnvwt U reittf or th ej.Mwatj HB ef, (erninuv. d God forbid the King's heart should inhand. She wu a model of patience, but it least, he thinks not for a long time." he calls it, is all square. That under appropri- sees it, will he so'z" it when he noie it? All food? are diWv andde, tnounnrUfoj latin can 'An 3' U '(". glad to It was awkward and embarrassing even genteel aud moral now, jest sounds real it elaimi Transcript. . did ruffle her to seo him put on his glasses cline to one of us and we be unable to reas be looks, I1 Oraxian It will cure entirely Falltnjc and trouble. where the landlord was concarned; what it don't it. There's church members over to The remarkable trial which has been turn his affection.' The youngest sister ate heads each ranking in proportion Portland and survey the superscription for fully two -r- ation, IHsplMenepa, and Ul ,to its nitrogen, carbon and mineral would be with the stranger himself Miss Norwich has got tickets in it. They say in progress for several ilns at I.cipdu minutes. "510,000 would not purchase from mo w hat conwiuent Spinal Wooincw, fia. L'l1? 1JlrlHf said: 'Sister, thou hast spoken rightly, Thus, in order to arrange together '. "John Eldridge. Greenvale. That means Eldridge, with her small knowledge of the he's got a real persuadin' manner." Swift' Specific has done for rne. It cured edtotiis Chanx of Life. before the Supreme Court of the Flatulency, detreyjall eraruie 1 It remorrs Faintn-had a very troubled foods that are nitrogenous or world, trembled to think. me. sure enough," said the souire. rue of Rheumatism caused by malaria," forstlmol-nfand r'lirrs Weakness of theStcraaeti. No to hear. Empire had endod in the niannei and myself have him.' , " "FVir "The doctor said he must be kept per- With more did Miss Eldridge waitboded 'Hut," said pity's sake open It, papa," cried It cure mwln. Hentich-- Nerrons !"'lon. the term albuminoids"' is Archie Thomas, Springfield, Tenn. head erect, and a mien that . ill at which our Berlin correspondent dream concerning Depression ad ImM fectly quiet, but he don't seem to notice Ornrl Phyllis. i again, 'when wc aro bcarlnc down. Button. TlwifeeUssof permanently cured nylts rui. anything, anyway," said the landlord, to evil doers, she was marching toward the hinted. of tho prisoners have the others the form of doves he may omploytMrbeenusotbe nitrogen nearly us. ""With the greatest deliberation, and as Ioth U a rather rtmmary and backache, I ajw.ys Getting bouse. in always in combination iu the shape of for rmr'b;t- - letters or Send Captain Hentscli, think what ho plea.-os- .' .nnch calmness an though ho lived in an ushering Miss Eldridge into the She had been imposed upon ! The stran- been found gruilly. confidentially answernL ywMJesrfni7pista. ' or fnhion of disposing of a mn. Merchant lniulrr siamo to So they all albumen. The and entering after her, on tiptoe. atmosphere of telegrams, the squire opened ha boon sontencod . ,. AVith her first glance at the figura on the ger whom she had watched and tended and as the chief criminal. f. three came out of the water and snt in neat producing snb tances are those Traveler. the envelope, and unfolded the inclosed slip , brought back from the gates of death was a to nine years' punnl servitude; Miss Eldridge's doubts and embarrassbed Dyes moro coloring the same tree where they hal before. rich iu sfarch and sugar, and as starch S if paper. SSrin tD0 Diamondknown Dyes, and they as second in cuilt. is to Up con- But the youngest d vanished. It looked so white and wicked man. guilty of the immorality which "Joun is very ill at ISorwich. Go to him ment all so her dress", and and sugar both contain a large propor- is given than in any she despised almost more than any other. fined for three your ami a buy in a Vic hushed, far removed from all petty jars lot once," for the sake of old times. 'Ah, tion of carbon, and also lartre ipiantitics cive faster and more brilliant colors.& Co., And yet, and discords, and, as she was afterward She had been basely deceived! about him- fortress. The trial is worth the while .she drew a cold sigh and cried: Wells, Richardson T It. Masnv Skin To liferent and cure all dirt I not tell you I had a of oxygen and hydrogen (water), the at all druggists. Samplo Caid, 32 colors, say. "Tho man had such a fine and had he not tried to tell her "all Miss Eldridge drew a long breath of re- heard to Burlington, Vt. which sisters Diseases," d ' secure a white was so moved to sympathy self," as he expressed it, more than once, stmiyiug, if only 'for the side light See, "here is the tornrappliedilluatraU5 the value of the and book of directions for 2c. stamp. troubled dream? lief. Tlrare was nothing the matter with noble fac, one had soft and beautiful Complexion, ass their young scapegrace. Jack, who was one could think of nothing else." He was nnd she folly stopped him? What senti- it throws upon the relations between meaning of my dream.' Then they all food as well as Us composition. The young man, under thirty, andof a refined mental anger that had been! Miss El- Germany and some of her ne'ghbor-- . took flight and left her with a troublco. tramping in the Adirondacks, nor with a -A waum day for the ladles Fry day. dridge's was transferred from the ase of all the nitrogenous foods is protype. and brother Charlie's girls, who had gone and young man to herself, ns she reflected. The oflenso for which llcntsoh the heart and weeping vye. The King, tein. When we know that certain foods N. 1". Mail. tbroad. But she reproached herself for her Who and what could he be? Miss El- And Phyllis! Krasewski are to suffer is that culpable feeling of relief the next moment. Some- dridge wished that her brother could have carelessness in How respect! had been her sold to foreign governments military seeing this, came from the hiding place contain librin, gelalln, alburnenor caseIy your breath is offensive, your nostrils Uromaiic Alum Sulphur Soap. What was to that he had chosen and made his salaam to in, which are found iu all animal and fetid and filled with putrid matter, and body's John was ill, and in need of help. remembered. Probably the son of one of be done? The invalid was not yet able to Fold by Dr sestets One cake will be sent on receipt iu the iutoroat ol her, and aIio, beholding the baauty of "who is he, John' she asked. aro rapidlv bacoming S. his old friends. But that mattered little. leave his room. She could scarcely turn secrets which, vegetable organizations, the fact that you Papillon Catnrrh Cure;consumptive, OfWM. cents to any address. not to have you will be DUEYDOPPEU Manufacturer. X 5orta For answer, the squire slowly and delib-- . The thing to be done was to save him. Only him away. The squire's ideas of hospitali- the German Empire, ought King Pahram. inclines.! towards him nitrogen is pre cut is made plain, be- uso Front Street. Philadelphia. Pa. irately read the telegram again. purified and permanently curod. tenderest car and attention would do that. ty would not have permitted that, if he had been disclosed. Perhaps every comnudloved his lovoliness with a hundred cause that clement is neccxrary iu such "'IL Mason.' My memory is failing, Miss Eldridge had not heen devoted to the criminal code ought to provide foi burglar. But to be Hester, as I told you the other day. I must suffering of Greenvale for twenty years not proved must goan eseajed Miss Eldridge pleteoffense: but it K m all probability, thouand hearts." The Prince and the Aiibtancos; and when we understand A BCS15ES3 that is run into the ground-jsia- n at once! this well boring. JV. 1' Journal. peii are duly married, and afterward that foods contain starch, gum, .sugar know, but I'm blest if- I can remember. to be experienced in such signs of danger Phyllis senrvh of her. unknown to our law. Were aclork borne by afrits to the capital of Persia. and oils, it is apparent that" they who he is! 'For the sake of old times.' as were to be seen in this face. Sho was at went in retailers. Sold by aUrhblesale grocers and mint "Phyllis, I think that this would be a from our war office to divulge military Colden's Liquid IJref Tonic . ..ohn must be somebody whom I knewlong heart a Sister Dora, and she felt deeply In the "ThoiiMind and One Nights," of necessity contain carbon. good time for you to visit Cousin Cornelia. secrets he would escape severe punishago," and the bquire drooped his head and grateful to the Providence that had brought Will cure indigestion, dyspepsia or loss of rrTTrA In feeding to animals the farmer, by appetite. Colden's, no other. knitted his brows, in tho effort to recall the her to his bedside. From the moment whon She is very lonely, nnd the change might ment; his oJ'cnso would entail at most Hasan of Basra discovers ton beautiful a-- i n VAMVAVTW HfliTfl WWs SVOssfl I JO, do you good," she said. . t TOI. TOX W1COX 8CILK, friends of those old times. "W the young man opened his eyesjand looked unless he were foolish birds alight on the shore of a lake, and, Jiis knowledge of the difference between ""I don't need to have any good cfone me. expulsion, e s is a marry-timon pleasure-yachtBetween his college days and his unexIJgM&RZJ Ton SOO. Itam ltox iBclniteO. g foods and tho-- that form at her, without consciousness, but with or I am very well," said Phyllis, with a little enough to purloin some document and having divested themselves of their Furtiro ?10lh.FABMEB8 SCALE.I1.4. pected settling down in Greenvale. to fol- so she fancied an expression of appeal. custom. Philadelphia Call. The "LitUa betecUo.,' H toaslb. the water as to plunge low in tho footsteps of his father, the squire Miss Eldridge was resolved that she would pout. tOOOTtltRglZXS. sdaKlCIUsTraM lay himself open to tho charge of theft, plumage, Thev are into daughters of a fat, is enabled to to combine tho differthe provide for all their women. ent foods as Cousin Cornelia was elderly, an invalid, but in legislating for a military State, Piso'3 Ccrk for Consumption Is not only ad "had his fling." He had been out into save hi lif.i if utter devotion could achieve FORGES, TOOLS. &c ' pleasant to take, but It Is sure to cure. that gay world which Miss Hester regarded that end. She would have done as much, and prim; so prim that Phyllis was wont to such as Germany, a different course powerful genie. Hasan contrives to wants. Knowing that best roacs aiDB roa ucur won. tit. comparison SIC. with disapprobation and dread. Reports undoubtedly, if he had been the most re- declare that Aunt Hester in of the youngest and or nitrogenous foods produce muscle 40 lb. Anvil and Kit ofToola,Saks. rra.ra un tla a4 MVT tfUr 4 has been taken. The German criminal steal the feathers A Bio of good breeding Getting the had traveled to Greenvale. pulsive and degraded of human creatures, with her was "frisky." Blowers. AnrlK Vices a Other ArUelta Philadelphia Call. guests later. There ii code contains minute and stringent pro- prettiest of the damsels, and having (lean meat) and milk, in order to allow prize in a "We Eldridge never favored any iTlonEsrrruiES, niiouaiu a kxtau. but it is doubtful whether she would have nothing nmv have for heat and fat he mii-- t balance the to keep you at home now," pur- visions as to the offene of giving in married her takos her to his own counto those old days. She felt that itallusions felt the same zeal. was extry. Several years afterwards she dis- foods for the purpo e of avoiding too Pore Kvo. ue Dr. Isaac sued Miss Eldridge. I r afflicted with tremely doubtful whether "John" were a lime of war information relating to that face must lead a "A man "N no," faltered Phyllis. he had concealed kind and not enough of Ihompson'b Eye Water. Dr ifegiafs sotf'it. proper person. But still he was very ill, life, and bewithuse to humanity," she noble of fortresses, movements of troops or covered whore during his absence her much of the one an average the proporsaid "You had better go on the onrly train she and in need ot help. For only a moment or to nersesi. It also makes feathers, and and escapes to the land of the other. On and stay n week," said Miss plans of campaigns. WAGON SCALES, two did Miss Eldridge hesitatf. It is- still a queilion of considerable tion of nitrogenous food to the carbonputs them on She cast a glance at the nurse, a communicate, to offense Eldridge, in a tone which Phyllis under- it liaa iTrx, atl BmHscs. nm doubt which a woman can do best drive "You can't go, John. I think I had betaceous, js a- - one to -- ix; or rathold woman, dozing in her chair by stood as meaning that from that decision even an time of peace, matters which the genii. T.rs mi a4 Bcua Sax, a hen or talk politics. OF in ter," she said. the window, and went with a there was no appeal. The notion of bird maidens is very er he should add six times as of the emTen miles in this heat! deckled step. is for the intorot "T.0',0wich., BfCrttMTOHl ana Phyllis devoted herself to preparations it much of the carbonaceous as he does It is said that glue is used inisthe cheapJVell, it's juft like you", Hester; and I acns JON S8 a rjs ttfjifs-- r At the landlord and Nicodemus for her journey for the rest of the day, and pire should not be divulged to a foreign common in Indian fiction. One examTha er grades of ir aa4 knowledge it would be a relief to me, for were the doortogether. Tlje conditions, frfca Li.l Mill.! this of the nitrogenous. to th talking Miss Eldridge was not obliged, as she had power. This prohibition is elastic and ple will ho sufficient. According sain, mit If IIItsMAani?, "with a stick iu it." . my memory is bo treacherous. John may I'rinceKis-marc- k , "Yon don't say so, Santhali folkrale of Toriathe Goatherd, however affect the proportions; for if sa MaekasBtM. I. that be some fellow who has done me a good streak of luck that now? If kind ain't a feared, to reort to manoeuvring to keep comprehensive. It enabled I should of JfO MaTTKR if the piano is a grand or upto ruin Count A mini on tho tho lovely daughters of the Sun were an auimal is highly exercised, as Is the turn. Mason? Mason! I don't remember mixed up with him so!" Nicodemus get her away from the dangerous society of exthe invalid the "lottory feller!" the name, but tho telpirr-in.rrnnnd that in his namphlct. "Pro Ki- - wont to bathe in a river, on the banks of cube with working horses tho nitrogen right, it so hi 'times furnishes some downnruimtnr mn,. claimed. But in the evening Phyllis suddenly may be increased and the carbon di- right-bad inus.-- tiave made a blunder." which Toria fet his goats. Toria, hav.. "But he ain't much better than a dead turned upon her aunt, with a littlo air 61 Lhilv," he nuhjished secrets officially C. VHEU All IIS! MUX H ,ft f"John's aam mivii(itli!nmt,ii ttyrup. TastMcood. man." said the landlord. defiance, and announced that sbo must V trustedlo . him; and it has been brought ing often beheld them swimming in the minished; but if the weather is very The vice that never sticks to young peo. ' bold by druxslsta. gted Miss Eldridge. "You'd better believe he'll come round and bid good-bywater, fell in love with one ol them. cold, the proportion of carbonaceous ple, though they aro more exposed to it apCO'iroy, since sue to bear with equal to itr. against t ',',Aw.1iward 'or you not knowing what it lively enough when Miss Eldridge takes was to go awny so early in the morning. of her matter, on the contrary, should be in- than any other Advice. Tlte Jiuhje. tain Hentsch nnd Kraszowski. 'I hat and, having takon possession is," said the squire. "But there's but one hold of him. They always do. Nobody Miss Eldridge, who bad foreseen this creased. By a knowledge of the como"f contingency, thought it was wiser to yield they had infringed this provision of the upper garment, she hail no alternative noUl tn Norwich, and he's probably there, ever thinks of dyin' with her says that ta seHte s my unknown friend doesn't specify." 1GCHTC 'em. Folks In this world can ba ginerally than to resist, and forced herself to say criminal code admitted of little doubt. but to follow him to his house and be- position of different foods, the farmer heA victim of AD CPl 10 Lives of Blaise and plnyer . is a good deal like a base-ba' "Ton don't know mv .Tnt, ,. . divided into them that fetches things to "O, yes," in a calm and -t who feeds for milk will regulate the e Logan, by J.C.KUtpaUi. LL. I).. The former had exceptional opportuni- come his wife. out on a fowl. relatives or friends in Norwich" said pass, and then that don't. Miss Eldridge, way. the eminent historian. Send Stealing the clothes of human dam- material allowed to his animals accord because he is frequently ties for prying into the secrets of the eta. for complete Afenta' Oaut. Xiss Eldridge, beginning to I conscious she's one of them that does. If ever you in two grand general staff. Once an officer iu sels while bathing is an ancient strata ing to its quality and not quantity, as But she followed Phylllsup-stairlib'ralUTrm tn Aeents. Mmc there was a difficulty as well as un- hear of me joinln' Contempt of court The small boy who Kxtra Publishers. Cincinnati, if m ess jajfcus.Bi CO., Cuicseo, St: Loci. the church 't won't be minutes. The door of the invalid's room the Prussian army, and afterwards em- gem, and was, doubtless, often pracis frequently the case. In fattening his hangs around the parlor and makes faces pleasantness about her undertaking. rarson Uodfrey's doin's, not ny a long was ajar, and out to Miss Eldridge's ears .bjau.-s-ACit'j Item. animals he will use the 0. ever got THE REST Ml CHEAPEST." he "Can't ., ever for the life of me remember that chalk mm gives me tho fut idea I anu mac there floated a most alarming tono, Did ployed in the telegraph office at Berlin, ticed in our own country in more prim- foods, allowing only &o much nitroge- at his big sioter's sound. hare with a lie was well acquainted with officers of itive timos. In tho Indian work enin mv lif lnt Sunday, I common had a friend named John. It's irom someone say, iu a very low offend A ? enough name, but I a pleading accent, "Phyllis 1" or had the hich rank in the army, and he pos- titled "Press Sagur." we read that Sir nous matter as may be necessary for his sensible shoemaker will never with a think wa'n't exactly what yon could call milkman by presenting him just now of any man that Ican't knew Itooal it'll b FMridce's. f; wind played her a trick? It must have sessed considerable r'eputation as a Khrisnu (who is represented as an inever the existence of the animal. (Suited U all swttons.1 Write for KB EKiaoaPaaH pair of pumps. Don't you believe it! He'll bo able to talk been the wind, for, when she went in, Baaed John!" and Prices to Tho Aultaan fc T jlor Co.. HwitfUH. Ofcij. It is also cconomica1 to feed only as of Vishnu) purloined the garcarnation "Never mtnd," said Miss Eldridge sooth- business inside of a fortnight." there sat the nurse bolt upright and atten- writer on military subjects. much as may be required. If too much tho other prisoner, is a man of ments of a party of pretty cowherdes-scsOnly the last far rnrHs of this discourse tive, not napping as was her wont, and A YOLWtt lady up town has hair so long C3ShotGun ingly, for & squire's bewilderment was Ravervars, that it sweeps the floor, but the younx ears, and that Phyllis was coming out, looking very calm mark. He would be remarkable in tho beginning t develop an irritability to came to Miss V.,w,A who wore bathing in tho II". or carbonaceous material be fed to au miHasj, which he was constitutionally subject. "I made so little impression that she did not and demure; and she could not have been history of literature if only because he Argliuu. and carried them to the top of the excess will be a loss, for the lady Is not at all like her hair. Merchant s FBBHPrPsavsBssssvaia, hi in sssMBfc Tratehr. Bhall.probably be able to tell you all about think of it again until weks afterward. room more than two minutes. in the i BBSJaSSSSSSSS aaf kundmia tree. When the damsels reason that the animal will assimilate written sojne 300 hiss, so that you will remember him, wheH "I shall stav hr. if h mid to NIcode- - Nevertheless, Miss Eldridge, heaved a had about 200 novels. volumes, includ- a A fertile and discovered tho:r lo.vs, they set up loud and appropriate only the actual amount . . ing As a. rule tho eye Is no more a criterion come back." I deraus: "and I will Pivo vou a list of deep sigh of relief when Phyllis was fairly BOSS AseaU Wanted. successful novelist, poet, historian and lamentations, and, espying Krishnu in necessary for the purposes re pared by of character than a binjrb hair is of the "Going I take Phyllis with you, a'a't things that I want sent over. I shall keep off the next morning. your" said the squire. of tho butter in which it is found. Phyllis with me Address JAY BP.OSSON. Drraorr. Mtesx. It happened that the first remark which critic, he had endeared himself to all his hiding place, earnestly bogged him the system: and even when the farmer strength Journal. present." JV. 1" feeds liberallyof carbonaceous material "I suppose I must. I don't like to go The latter pointfor the Eldridge had care- her patient made to hor that morning was Poles by his long continued services te to restore their clothes, which ho sent &o T0t t WatttTNJ.i!.r jv Goods ruaraa alone, and .bere is no one else," said Miss fully considered, Miss came down stairs. that it was time for him to go. He was their n:.tional literature: SB .....m frtr. to do except upon the condition he will starve his animals if llicy do not and they will as she nmnuge, out sac snowea a leeilng of dis- She shrank from staying there alone, and well enough now to be moved without danWe food, ileuco wc was hear--i of a man tho other day who flRBSlteed. B.GbTMHiilSTtTjbaih learn with deep regret that he is con- that they should come out of the water receive nitrogenous may at the prospect. said to bo mean enough to btoal a certainly it would not bs exposing Phyllis ger, and he need no longer trespass on her victed of playing a part in the intrigue ono by one and claim their garments. often notice that on some farms where-the- coat of paInt.--B- ut he-- can't equal the To guard Phyllis was the great ofiject of to any danger to keep her. Nothing could kindness. EDUCATIONAL. rn.f stock is liberally provided with cer- paty who tried to steal a dog's pants. He choosas a wife from amo5g them. her life, and, with the world so very differ- b less like ararenlng wolf than this young Miss Eldridge made no remonstrance which has been the subject of investi tain kinds of food that the animals are Oil Cit'j Derrick. O.' a Jaw suit, Boston ent from what it had been when she was a man in his present state. X you vast tabeeosaXi-YOUn- g Her manner bud become sud- - gation before the supreme court. The A similar trick is recorded of the whatever. amaiafi nfien ecranb UsaraUrs, ad 'i girl, it seemed to her a duty attended with So Miss Eldridge estab- denly cold anil repellent in the extreme, counsel for the prosecution did Arabian poet. Prince Imriol-kia- not thrifty, the young ones do not grow, Post. be guaranteed employmcatddressP.i i .iiria.nnr. great difficulties. This "Johu" was very lished themselves and her niece unWJ&in,l was struggling with the doubt .:nnfiv xnl-iishe whnr. mnfivoa according to the notice prefixed and the farmer is annoyed at the in the Norwich The woman of tho period don't mind likely to be a roaring lion, seeking whom and "yM "-- " J, whether it was PATH for a Uf RcboTarsblp, ta tfc t0 nursing back to young man her duty to labor with the pan of letters, art ancc di n yearsVjhose to Sir "William Jones' translations of satisfactory results of what he supposes gotting late to an express train, but it Is ""be might devour; still, if he was one of the conscious life of his and health this stranger of course of life, upon the sinfulness forbade interest in politics had been chic-j- y is good management, when the cause when tho mail train leaves hor that she friends of the squire's wild days, he must whom they knew r his famous "Moalaka for prize poem,) or whether dlioey that his UatcheU 'be old nowjand, being vers' ill. as well, name was John nothing except in some te do so, since he was her guest, and tonic, to engage iu the hazardowwgame so called because it had the honor of is a lack of perhaps only a single cle- walls.--27he was there was some chance that he would not way connecUd and that mysterious old under great obligation te her. She satis- - ( 0f the conspirators; but the e Alence being suspended in the Temple at ment, which, in connection witn a less with some 6frefMer4 A devour Phyllis before her eyes. written fled her conscience by the severe manner wa friend of the squire. quantity of the kind o food given, bird New England poet has Chlrrupl"a YALE LAW SCHOOL. JjuteTOtan Mecca. clears unis guur- .poam entitled "Ckirrupr Nicodemus, the hirod man, manifested living looking. Miss For more than a week the issue was until just as he was sufllci-ntwould produce a radical change. yet hewouli Ret mad if any ong houll For.rtreaMr great surprise when be was told that he doubtful. The FaU term commence SeoJemherh. Tthought, guilty and patient was delirious, and Eldridge It is important then, in order to de- call him a Philadelphia address IJtOK FRANCIS WAJIXAXB, I aul ilayo, of Lausanne, htzer-tterl- v In thcNIbetungenllod.Sir Hazan seclns n was" U drive Miss Eldridge and Miss embarrassed to prove Mint he was not!' College. New Hiea. .Coaav. i&h, faTer- - Bat one morning, after Yule dlnporthwr rive the best results from feeding aniCall. Phyllis to Norwich, even while the church the first lone of bevy of mermaids "wie women" upon a land, has discovered that the his hardened sh; " of tho th5lr soizes , ad refreshing sleep he had little tract entitled put intoWay ban the the common liy vibrate at theihfe of Jn the watersonlor to Danube, them to discl"r-- mals, that the farmer thoroughly o3tacxouas.G-bells were rihging. Such a desecration of of "The compel raiment, in ahe,oke "calmly P n the Sabbath bad never been known before tho quality of the material hald, Transgressor.'' and when he diffidently ex- - , -- ,s0 strokes per second, while tQnus-presse- d his fate and that of his companions. "Tho finning him, in his twenty years' experience of the the hope thnt hn might somo tim -- ,,;, remarked LettBom, w;,,c at t.fi 5T0HIH0 PILES. v ol raiment of the mermaids.""scorns to havo boon used. Its feeding aluu depends upon mal;es i,:n family. n be able to make some re urn for her kiiii- - J' the tranMutor, in u note, by the VnlicyriM, r the proportion of those elements best ymptoma fateoK moisiu cextxai. . f3" 2,000 strokes per second. ..i raaBju.iti worn .i... "It's a long road te Norwich." said Nicthe swan raiment ttchln?. moat at nlcht. ' DR- - F. ZIEGFELD, PitMiDwrr. ,A11 laatraaeM blushing and UPS. j icuiru ki rvau in view, nnd adapted to the purpo-e.- s SttflWE'SniNTMFW T sure cure. and Voice taught by the most skillful Instructors. Pan Choosers of the Slain, which enables Its wwir odemus, who was privileged to speak his dlmnHnr. BV'said Phyllis, 'You can repay me, Mr. Conroy, by MiHpe of swans, or at ica to sain on all occasions; "but then, Parson unless a perfect knowledge of the com IjJirprATT.T EVKU'Al lOfS in CUIUKGALt TeraornTs?pBaber8th.lia6i. Sead tr,Cataajra. A San rranciico paper ban ihere rrs fly a?f utne the turning from your , unmoral way of life, by j away. Hajran hml Uieroforo sno.i vigilance . . to . .4 such aa Pimples, Blotches, itasn, (Gedfrey' prayers are middlin' long, too," bodvhfJ1 bridge' her before. rs r1, 990 to begin with layincr hands on the position ef feeding stuffs is gained by no. A. N. K. B. io iiun. Tetter. Itch. Salt Uheum.standls?. t t M although she wnicn you are leaning om-- nnd closed the ' are about -- iU lepers IU tnat cif i and water nymphs. an h heaved a sigh that sounded like an In thetmdltions re- - j ie farmer lie will teen at a loss anu ... Then she turned away, irrhowolwtlnate or leas; Tt u .1.. 4l... UUIUWI il imiriMicintr it ii that, u Htfact . . IllVHIlllllg. ll expression of relief, evidently concluding .... ,.. W..V fr0n. ,.:, 8tock. i. wsrinri Ha ABTiorrueM Mnu fctniui. f UK' gpectinsr twina, ."jeianu or Tho dark fluh that rose to tiie Vliu door. SS&E88&1S: leavae s.v jsm assw that the length of road was the lesser vil ycuug man's brow convinced bar that he olares that San Francisco has f vorao that here capture" a wire by a similar btrata - 1' ....... w ...... .....W yx. boIdbyUrugjlata. Farm, Field nnd Fireside. al the tw. shame, and sb cherished the dumpinir irround for Asiatic vitiw. -- mr aiataow llirahl. was not without : returning i :? "r w-- a -- ;?'"" I I --"- I VT -- the Streets, v i.i-vc- S3fd DA-VI- Roa--dou- t. &" . utln-isto- r. - MftvllS Wj ,r n.. i. -- T .:. it-e- ure-tim- o. l 1 one-hal- f a , purp-ousl- y. " Ilib-ber- AI rock-hea- p "ou 1 FAPILLON 1 long-lecge- d hen-hous- o wi-.I- i, Trans-gressor- " - lo-i- g e t:n well-preserv- -- dove-colore- d Eld-ridg- dove-colore- d lace-mitte- d P WITH P y TV j st-er- al boot-he- to-da- y ! er, ! red-race- d bald-heade- d s ISiw Catarrh HAY-FEVE- R. fromlIay-F,eT-erfo-r 1 - EaPvxy H4RVEEVER . c, Pi . dis-as- es '' j Q cla-sih'e- d '. Int'amms-tlona- nd a-- h. tier-ma- n muscle-producin- tlre g, o- ' dis-girs- Slepi-nM- ed sun-struc- k sick-roo- ce "carbo-hydrates- ,, a Kravi-ewski- mi-so- yf the TIME, high-bre- 1 d BEESONS- . - sWsSWiayBBfipSB first-cla- ilesh-forinin- e 11 fn thc"!!!!' doi-sho- ic J. - torpid-lookin- g JONES 5 TON down-stair- s ice-crea- ice-crea- m , h in-s- o - I - e -n- c-cess - EJllfcHllll ftlllX wtd , . chicken-stealin- g .- ll matter-of-cours- BLAINE s fat-formi- '. sper-Die- KMRESHERSSi Kras-zewsk- s, . ant-im- al ak iHTyTj S- T d vm iifivsij lim - a : pre-Islami- i hot-el- , n pt s, devoted--tbemselve- " s I J plo-he- ie $40 r.'gf:. ly : - f." in2esVd pU,f , ts chirrup-Oile-Is- t. o e .i PILES rtTrw. MUS1GAL COLLEGE. atro hall. ,,- - I ..! ...... 1 . t,it-tu,- 1 1 iiiZm??-lMtn- ,,.. ,,,,, mat-U.JL- J DISEASES t - ft. s- - atrf ruasai iTTT"1 vejitevHHMMejSHajeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeK V SSaVaaHP'laHeaaveHP L $ s,l - v .:;, tw-i.S(fijB- : J.W'"'l 1 vr IS . - sbsh LOCAL NEWS. wwr plcee of bread Particularly etc and wide, Bat that It fell upon tbe floor. And always on tbe buttered J never had Bide." Prescriptions. Xr. A. B. Taliaferro, with tie assistance f T. P. Fortune, will attend to any and all inscriptions being filled at Fohtujjk's Dttuo Stoub. 'Seaiitlralglrl! I hat wandered fr T oerard the iNItij tun aud tbe evening ittr ; B at I neter gated a a laco to Iriichl A tblce, iMt rylrit of young dell bt." Yw can avo U" per cent in price, and 40 tier cnt in miulitv l,y busing FDUN'I-TUBE at E. T.GAUDNER'S Clove-lan- d Why can't wo lmve. a It- - Mag! Note Plaut'a low prices. and Hendricks According to tho Danville Tribune 250 votes wero purchased in Boyle county last Monday. Thoro is to be n Democratic barbecue at Mt. Olive, Obion cosuty, Teun., on August 20th. Ketaember, School Hooka, Rlats. C'rayona and all School Supplier, cheaper ilian ever told ill thu marlret before, it FoTCJT?!l Dkco Stoe. The county seat of Livingston is to be removed from Smithhind to sonic point yet to be selected. Fur jour own tooth "The Fiit Family oi Virginia Tobacco at Powell & Uros Thought by many to lie the bct chewiug uXiPa1 niaiiufciutvil and 3udge Keid, Temiensee candidates for Governor, apeak at Union City, Sent. 37th. Th Colored poople advertise a grand barbecue, on Mud creok, 2 milea West of Cayce, on August 23d. Gen. 'Butler will take the Rtnmp, and advocate the election His first speech trill be made in f Gen. Butler to tho Presidency. 30. 2ew York city, Aug. I v Three thousand Piegau Indiana at the Blackfeet Agency, in Montana, are in a starving eoiidi-tiou- , and tho Interior Department Iras been urged to send food to them. The desire forau old fashioned Democratic Cleveland and Hendricks barbecue at Hickman is increasing daily in the hearts, minds aud understanding of Demofive yearn I eonsider it the only crats hereabout. ind fiurecure for Cough, Coldc, etc" Call G. F. Thomasson was elected at Fortune's Drug Store and get a Frtt Trial Bottle. Large Sire $1.00. sheriff and J. W. Brausford, Trustee of Obion county, at tho elecHickman is Improving, the tion last week. J. E. Jones, Esq. burnt district has been rebuilt of Casideu, was elected Attorney with good substantial two story General of that District. bricks. Tho Tyler Furniture facaud it is a Jadge MurrelL on Weduesday tory has been much better building than the old cvemiuf , united iu marriage, at the one, tho Factory is iu operation. depot, before an admiring Hickman is a good town and a a colored couplo from Uaioa City, Barney Hudson and bettor or moro sociable aud kind people do not exist. Wo never Susan Johnson, return from a visit to Hickman Tbe little daughter of Mr. without feeling glad wo went. Charlio Thomas, Padnrali, was Clinton Times. playing on tins stair ease and Very ch'utliiug up on the railing fell to Mr. Geo.Rrmarknble Recovery. Y. Willing, of Mancheater' the floor of the hall below, about Mich , writan - "My wife hw been almost 15 feet, and received perhaps fa- helpless for five vears, so hehtlcea that she r re-bui- day, Aug. J2th, and was called to hind foot of a grave yard rabbit to order, by the Supt. Mr. Saunders Mr. Cloveland "for luck." The and opened by devotional exerci- rabbit from which tho foot wasta-keses by Prof. Utley, after which the is said to have been killed on regular order of business was fol- tho grave of Jesse James, in lowed by organization, and the an- - Missouri. It is an old supersti.'. tinint moii t In- tlwi nli..;.. r.c. tion thnt the possessor of such n tee on programme, &c. rabbits foot will overcome all opThe prognunmes have been position and bo successful. systematic, and the discussions lively and entertaining. Quite a niicltlon'n Arnica finlvc. small number of teachers arc presin the world for Cute, Thk Best ent, there being only about (if,) BruL-t- Sores. Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever fifteen only nine of whom hold Sorf, Tetter. Chapjicd Hands, Chilblains, F.ruptions, and posiand certificates according to tho new Corns, curesall Skin no pay Pile., or tively required. It law. There have been four is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, one 2nd, and four 3rd chits cer- or money refunded. Price 25 cent? per tificates issued by tho commis- Lor. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Slote. sioner to this date; but there are 81. CO Chcor ttiau Anyone. others to bo examiucd who will, Olliver Chilled Plows, No. 20 with ono no doubt, secure first class certta! extra mint 9.60. Olliver Chilled Plows cates. No. 18, with ono exlra pint, S9.00, at Mr. Saunders has appointed MUSE & SHAW'S. Prof. T. W. Utley, as one of his Tor llio X.ouHvMle KxptisUion. examiners. Wo are not advised as to any other appointment. We are authorized by Dr. A. A. Prof. Caldwell has, by his pres- Paris, Commissioner, to make this ence and usual good judgment, done much to enhance tho inter- .proposition to tho fanners, and est of tho Institute. Hope to give others, of Fulton county, i. e., if 1'ftll. iiiiuvin ., vfiii I'AnMA.f' i kflt i lujivit UllllC any farmer or citizen will bring uturi rv. silt. Aiat deliberations of tho Institute next any specimens of cereals, grasses, lU'CKi Pkdagoguk. fruits, &c, designed foroxhibition at tho Louisvillo Exposition, he Xewbern is too utterly mod will undertake to have each artiest for anything. She wants only cle boxed or properly prepared a laundry, a street sprinkler, a and shipped, without any further tailor, a hook and ladder company, some public wells, bet- expense to the citizen. Articles ter pavements, fewer fieas, more to be delivered at Cowgill's drug manufacturing estnblis h m e n t a , store. Tho following specificamore houses to rent, more enter- tions are given to eecuro uniformprising citizens, better erodings, ity in the style aud extent of the 1,000 barrels of lime scattered various county displays: over town, a general cleaning, a Board of Health that will do Cerhals should be shelled and something, 1,000 wagon loads of threshed; half a gallon of each rubbish aud tilth removed from tho kind and variety; carefully back alleys, a positive .onler to and free from imperfect the people by the corporate au- grains and foreign admixtures or thorities to wliite wash their premi- impurities. ses, and a fine if they fail to do so. Gkassks. Seeds should bo Exchauge. threshed aud cleanod from impurities. Specimens of the entiro Am Editor's Trlbnt-- , plant growth, dried, with roots atThcron P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wjne, tached freo from soil, are likowiso Irol., "GateUe," writes: "For the past five would add matevcara have always ueed Dr. King's New desirable, and DiecoTcry, for coughs of roost severe char- rially to the valne of this purt of acter, as well aa for those of a milder type the display. It neTer faila to effect a gpeedy cure. My Native Woods. Sections from friends to whom I have recommended it the 4,butt cuts" two feet in length, speak of it in same high terms. Having ono from each variety grown in oeen cumi uy it oi every cougn i nave ma reliable the county; the butt face should - Institute met lhe luilton in Hickman, Tues- County Teachers (Ala.) Daily Mail has sent the left n The editor of the Uufuula From Sxlr ISonrd Trt(ih!i or Kqunllcntlou. The assessed value of tho property of tho First District was equalized as follows by tho State Board of Equalization which its work at Frankfort last fin-ishe- fj d GRAND weok: Clll SWT3 A Lands, iown lot. Personal propsrtv, BALLARD. 41 .14 per com. added ii ii 7 OALDWKII.. Sm-v- k Lands, Iown lots, Personal property, Lands. Town iota, as listed . 10 jer c deducted 14 l-- i St CJLLIOWXY. ih-bt- , nam 1nilnrwl Pergonal proporty, :anA Town lota, Personal, an(1 13 CKITTEXM. 13 per c. deducted . 13 u 10 Summer Stock regardless of its value. W e have on hand, at present, full lines of all classes of Summer Goods, and as the Fall reason is rapidly approaching, these Good must be oW, iu uian.u luuin ior our Ft,th,s dale ii11 tne our Sjvnig and Ut of September, we will sell the remainder of ft ft v sraHfl mi d Re Won F is Prices ! Town lot, Personal, Lands, leraonal, Lands, Town Solid and plaid Ginghams, from I2ic to 8c per yard. A reduction of 2c in the yard of the best Bleached Domestic: I'UMO. eiling, iu black and colors, (double width,) reduced All wool Nuns 1 pore added The prices at which we will sell these Good will make them move from 65c to 45c per,yard. u 1 i 9 deducted rapidly, and parties desirous of securing some oi these Bargains should A big reduction in the prices of all summer Dress Goods. ' call early to avoid being disappointed. GIUVE3. Fans and Parasols to sell at actual cost. 'l i6 pcPC. adlied " Organda Lawns, reduced from 15c to 8c per yard. Full , n 1er c. deducted pm A big bargain in Ladies Neckwear. 3 UICKMA.t. eiE 11 - 2TBW GOOD! Bi!st Calicoes-reduee- from 7c tn nor wr-- i 1 Personal, lot, 20 percont. added '20 13 O rs es " 11 deducted Lands, Town lots, rcmonal, Lands Town lota, 1 ersonal, Lands. City lots. firbt-clas- a Can't be touched anywhere at'our prices. A few more Gents white Vests to ofier at less than wholesale price. i Gents Gloves, Ties, &c., greatly reduced in price. 1, 12 voc to zoe. otruw nats reunceu i LTON. To save expensend trouble of moving our extensive stock of goods, ii ,1.x,?,, 11 31 ri-rof our entiro stock, and nothing will be spared from the general butch- we stusT sell, ASP will SELL, at prices that defy all competition. If " " 24 . ' 10 r added ery. jLm't. take ourvutfiir it but come and see for yourselves, and you have only oneMollar,s worth of goods to buy it will pay you to come securc'some choice bargains before it is too late. MCCBACICEN. and see ud. JLvdko your own interest and buy your goods of us. uvtaosTON. 7 per c. deducted 11 Wo are actually slaughtering Suits of seasonable goods, can be had purchaser's oicn price. We are determined to make a GENTS BOYS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING, at a greatly reduced-priee- . CLEAN SWEEP .SXADES, & n-o- - Personal, 8 n. il.vlnMoil As listed 5 KT c. ddcd it MAXWELL, MAE3UALL LEA DEliSIN LA TE STYLES, AND MAKEliS OFLO W PRICES. p,)"oual, Lands, Lands and town lnti tlist.1 is .Hire, 7 7 PLAUT BROS. & OO. deducted Taiao. Town lota, hand-picke- nr o. " Jmlnrl.l u jS3fj .BWBSw d Personal, CoUnMilor 6 Of fsl SBBl lt an-dleae- e, .- tal injuries. The Republican programme: is to make a vigorous light with Bioney to detach certain Southern 8tat from the Democratic column. West Virginia, Virginia, Flurida, Louiftiaua aud Minsi&aip. pi are tho States to be attacked. The Philadelphia TimoR says: "The Republican "National haB decided not to let Lo- gten go nn the stump just now. It in probable ho will be held iu alto- jrether III mouth is rather too uncertain when in motion." Secretary Folger has instruc Collectors to allow no rags to ted be imported unless positive proof y produced that they come from ports, and are in ilierasot res entirely free from infection. The trustees have elected tho following teachers to have charge f the Hickman Public School, te tton-infocte- specimens of each of small varie- en, Councilmen Beckman, Moore, Shaw, ties, aud duplicate specimens of and Witting. The minutes of larger varieties ; the best procura- read, approved and tho last meeting were signed. ble; giving name of variety ai.d accounts allowed. grower, and locality where grown. The following accounts were presented In ,the week Tobacco. Specimen varieties properly approved and on motion, were alof last mention was made of the acci- of growing plants in native scil lowed secured Jno, Witting, assignee for Walker & dental poisoning of the little son (in tubs or Gom-TtiitBeal, contract for building lockof Mr. Charles licese by taking against damage by shipment ; eath up ?50 03 morphine instead of quinine. The varioty to have nanif, and name Witting, street work paragraph failed to name the store aud locality of grower attached. Jno.L. Gardner, assignee J. Kirkpat- Ifl 80 VV or locality where the mistake was Growing plants to be forwardc d rick, painting 6 21 made, and hence tho inference that to General Manager of Southern W. L. Gardner, assignee G. W. Stub- 2 00 it occurred in one of the Hickman Exposition, at Louisville, not later blefield, Sheriff. R. Glasier, Judge 1 00 drug stores, and we are requested than August 14. Specimens of G.M. 1 00 Wilburn, Judge to them, to explain. Tlin cured leaves; not less than half-doze-n Jos. Witting, Cleric injustice 2 00 unfortunate accident occurred at "hands" of each variety EQUALIZATION. Cayce Station, iu the store of Mr. grown in the county. A statement On motion, the City Collector was or S. B. Johnson, aud tho sale was of amount of the last annual crop dered to collect equalization tax on $3 GO 3 d made by young Mr. Xailor. It of the county in pounds, of each of Mrs. Gertrude Fethe, her assessment for wus a sad mishap, aud none are variety when ascertainable, should 1883 having been omitted. grieved over it more than Mr. accompany all tobacco exhibits. marshal's election. each of the Tho City Clerk presented the poll book Johnson and young Mr. Nailor,and Wool. Half-poun- d this all who know them feel aud different grades and kinds grown for Marshal's eloction held Aug. 4, and on in tho county ; freo from dirt, oil, motion, the Council proceeded to compare believe. T. V. burrs aud other impurities. Each the earoe, whereupon it appeared Gardner the following session: Wallace received 96 votes; W. L. ffetlce. specimen should be labclod with S2 votes, aad W. A. Lawson 37 votes, and Principal C. B. Kingman. A LL persons havine claims against the name and locality of grower, and pn motion, T. V. Wallaco was declared duAssistants Misses Annie ShearJ estate of J. P. Thomap, deceased, will the exhibit should state the amount ly elected Marshal of the city of Iliokmau. cm and Ida Adams. present them for payment on or before the iu pounds of the last annual crop, On motion, Council adjourned. day of beptemwr, 1M4. R. B. Millet, C. C. Attest, where ascertainable. out that Meyor. who let It turns ELIZA A. THOMAS, Administratrix, 'was arrested and put in jail at Aug. 15, 1884. Connty Canrl Proceeding. iBmithland on his own confession Free Delivery. At the rccular August term of Mr. J. AY. Roger's delivery wagon runs for the murder of John TJ. Mor Suit was filed against Mr. S tho ris, was telling his tale "just for E. Johnson by Mr. Samuel Reese, Fulton County Court held Au- daily, delivering goods, in any quantity, to any city, fthu He was in tho Missouri Tuesday, for 5,000 damages, in gust 11, the following proceedings store,part of thedriver.free-- Leave orders at or with penitentiary at tho time of tho the matter of the accidental wero had : J. W. ROGERS. killing administrators. elsewhere alluded to in this . The young lads and lassies of paper. Tho morphine was sold by W. W. Webster, administrator Hickman stormed Prof. Boy la and a vounrr clerk in tho employ of Debonis non, of W. C. Carter, that ZoolintThls. wife, Holiday night, and were most Mr. Johnson, and it appears him-sel- confirmed and ordered to record. f Mr. Beesc took a dose of it F. B. Attcberry, administrator Wo are now felling children Shoes, at 25c aecptiauiy eiueriainea goou inu at the time that he gave it to of J. II. xVttoberry, presented sup- to 75c, which coat us from 80c to 1 40 sic, dancing, aud a good supper, his child. plementary report, orderod to bo per pair. wstosned the ten or fifteen couple Ladies Show at GOc, to $1.00, original recorded and jiled. jrhe paid thoir respects to the costSl.25toS2.35. is Mils." CHANGE OF ROAD. "Mimj Wrthy host and hostess. Mens Shoes 6O0 to SI, not ono half their Petition of Ed Starks, &c, morning star this This adage cau be verified by buying change in Wesloy and Fulton for coat. Veaas is tho Men's road, nnd 51.00and Boys Boots, $2.00 to $3.50, asoath aud looks uncommonly per pair; this is a sweeping rt &c. duction in this line and it wont last lone. beaHtifal every morning previous FLOUR of PowKtL & Bko. Extra Fancy confirmed, No. 2 Wheat, unadulout of OVERSEERS. J.AMBEItG'SSONS. ts the rising of the sun. On tho Flour, made25 per barrel. Family Flour terated, $5 Louis Atwell, appointed overIf th of this month she reaches tho $4 50. Other grades in proportion. seer of that part of the public height of her brilliancy, and those ws get sp early enoagh to see Jgy One or more barrels of Flour de highway known as tho State road, which lies between Mud creek and ia all her glory will bo well re- livered free or drayagc Cb-URiEi- could not turn over in bed alone. Shenxed two Hotilcii of Electric Hitters, much improved, that he u able now to'do tier own work." Electric Kilters will do all that ih claim ed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their great curative powers. Only fifty cents a bottle at Fortune's Dru; Store andii AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. be planed (smooth. A slab not wider than eight inches should be Now GHhjof all grades in my line. Call and Examine. Pkices Low. Will not b sawed from one side, allowing the undenold longitudinal grain to be seen. Tho N. B. I aU have the fi.ieit lino of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to bark should not be removed. Hickman. Customers (wlitcly nervel on short notice. I FEAR NO COMPETI HON, AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. TIIEIU Minerals. Cubes of each or UKIGUTNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. specimens from mines or quarries Don'l forget the place, on the oppmite corner from Plaut Bro'j?. & Co., under the New in operation, and from undevelCITY tALL Give ine a call btfore buying elsewhere. oped deposits, stating locality and KaJ-Yenn depend upon fiiidiiig any thing in my Iiouh) that is keptiu afirstclaau extent of the same iu the county; FURNITURE STORE. dimensions not less than six inches loss. Jtttohed, That these resolutions be spread square, with no limit for maximum upoa our records, size excoptas hereafter mentioned, Ilicktuaa CoulE5, and pupblishel in the that our 3E3, forwarded as furnish a copy to and family ofSecretary Fruits should bo hand-pickethe our ded soon as matured ; be parted brother. C. L Randlb, and securely packed, to prevent K. M. Msthekt, damage by shipment. Half dozen T. P. FOKTCXE, J wo ws wi Hi specimons of each variety grown in the county will bo sufficient; iSi COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS giving name and locality of grower and name of variety, where known Hickman Ky , Aug. 12, 1831. to grower. uu C. Ilughlctte Wilson, Grand tho RotuI TmnnluN of TV.,.. perancc, in the bright expectancy of young manhood, full of promiso and hojHt has, by death been tnbnn frnm tiff's Inwv a.,r.a and we desire to voice our sorrow at his un timely cml and give expression to the sympathy we feci lor hi lwronpvl Ml.tivn on. I friends; therefore liMolvtd, that In the death of our Grand Counvjlor, the Royal Templars of Kentucky Lave not onlv !nt tlifr Miiof ffla but one of their most actire and unswerving friends and this Lodge a useful and intelligent member, this community a young man of model sobriety, energy and public spi, it, t parents a promising and dutiful son, aud his brothers and sisters a loving and devoted brother. Huolved, That wo attend his funeral in a body, that our lodge room be draped ia mourning, and that our members wear tbe usual mourning badge and of respect to the memory of our deceased brother. Rttohed, That ne sincerely condole with hiafather, mother, brothers and sisters in their sad berearement, and give to them our heartfelt sympathies nt their irreparable Wucaius, Who Made the Low Prices? - xox- Jut retvlvul, a lino selection oi ' BABY ALSO UGGIES. TUB Baii Htock Ja JadLsfb h Is&cSa wo & m wish- ing of to our friends and tho public havo WE announcecan ehowofall styled ofof Furniture, generally, that trade of just reoehrvd immense all kinds and sulicit the parties to buy. AVe Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine Hue "FiL we i.Wpu, We propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. You can rct assured you need never leave our house to look for checjnr gwxls. We propose to sell as low as any retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. Yen respectfully, T. P. WILBURN & CO. UyAH kinds of Repairing done on short nolico, and in a workmanthip btyle. are prepared to S.ore roomq in new Odd Fellows building. Also RespQGifzdly, give special inducements aa !?. GarLfLZ3NrSS.. M Contractors and Builders of Houses. 13 I -vrji eaaira awss "J mw m m m u: m & m m n mwmm w w 10l !AfJlA MA IK t mig3 gjlEaaaiis Vegetables .Half-bushe- l of Council met. Present Mayor McCutch HOUSE HAS BriEN "itBCBNTLY ENLARGED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED nJ thnxonzhlv renovated. Convenent to river and railroad, and nttontive watch kept and, altogethor one of tho best appointed hotels in this section. rpilIS I. II. JS. TtJKtfEK, Proprietor. ej "a - - HERTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OF & CO. We will sell our stock of Spring and Summer Gooda for the next days at a GO half-oarrele-), - GREATLY REDUCED PRICE, in order to make room for a large stock of HickmanN Kentucky. Now if you want good quality and low prices, this is a chance you hardly canKaflbrd to lose, as the bargains we ofier cannot b6 duplicated in any market. We have not the time or space to mention the various articles and the low prices, but will promise that if you will call you will be satisfied that we mean all we say. 7i QST; afa sa-aSes- sg sfe 5 Epaasaaf rsfefe a J. W. COWG1LL, DBALBB X3ST iB1BpjaaWMaMawBaiaMBBMjWsr'TssMBWaiaMBi pois-onin- ir The old, popular and always reliable1 Hardware house of few S9o j I ff C&LIlRa DRUGS, PATENT IJjgR isaWrin Trusses AND Abdozcfoal Eoppo; Ha9 a' splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, wlncbCarc Si. fay ollered at tsVa3 MEDIC INIESI 17-A.I3S7TS -- 3 aud that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. 7Vratei -- ' A.KT13 All gooda guaranteed to TDILERRTICLES ci-- kr fa paid --- their trouble. ug15-2-w Com-a-Htc- The State Democratic Personal. have ordered all tho counMiss Clara Taylor, who hasbeea visiting ties in the State to hold conven-tiaa- s her unele S. W. Lauderdale, retnrned to so the 16th of August, to her home, Codington, Tenn., last Saturday. siesta Ceanty Committee. Pur- - Miss Loula Powell, is visiting relatives ssaat t this call, the Democrats at Lovelacoville, Ky. Stthis ceauty will meet at the Mrs. Henry Judge has returned from sort hsase ia this city next Sat-r4- y eevoral weeks visit to her father, Charles afternoon at 2 ton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buckner re turned with her, and we leara will make 'clock. Hickman, their home. Dr.'Ckas. Fusch, a most Mies Mollie Caldwell e (to-morrocx-eUe- Tenchor Wnntod. swnfnfa 3HPiasaa aBKm McGehee's M roads. A appointed man competent male teacher, Herschel Johnson, overseer of that part of tho pub- Applypreferred, in echool district No. 11. W. M. BACON, to lic road from McGehee's M roads Chairman Board of Trustees, July 31, 1884. to Wil kins' west line. Hickman, Ky. D. O. Meacham, appointed overThe best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. seer of that part of the State road Theattcntion of builders especially desired as this house will give spefrom the city limits to tho N. & N. For Rest, cial inducements. Correspoudeuce solicited. dSGBsw middle-aged WGTb &c, &c.'&c. smmmm day ryu l 'ii iia. - - Jtr r- 1 a 11 &e., &o.j fee. Ling night boll after 10 yPrcecriptiona filled at any hour, M. o'eta at physician, homeopathic whs years ago, lived in nickman, hsw a resident of Lincoln, 111., home, Carbondale, III., Tuesday. -- - returned to her SMi rr, arsbably this winter, to prac- his profession. He is a clev- srt hig htsned gentleman, aud old sqsatances will be ghid to see htat, The Democrats who attend the BMeting at tbe courthouse will not have the pleasure of hearing a speech from Capt. O. L. Handle. He has accepted a iaritatiou to speak at the Utevelawd and Hendricks at Mayfield and will All that appointment. i w sateaplates returning to XABBIED, At the residence of Mr. Irhy on the J.Gilliam toMlis Mary J. McLain; Judge Rr S. Murrell, officiating. 12th inst., Mr. W. 'sfc Hick- - as the Eock Springs aud Fulton road. John C. Oliver, appointed overseer of the Liberty church road. Thos. A. Prathcr, appointed overseer of the Shuck road. RULE. W. railroad. The Plaut Bros. & Co. building is to be T. T. Twigg, appointed overseer thoroughly renovated and repaired, and of that part of the highway known will be for rent from the 1st of January, 1885. R. B. BREVARD. CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS pD BOYS. For terms, &c., address II. C.BUCK, Harris Station, Tenn. THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN Kotlcc to Contractors. The undersigned committee of the Fulton County Court of Claims, to let by con tract repairs of the jail of said county, will proceed to let to the lowest and best bidder at public outcry the repairs of said jail, in front of said jail, on Saturday Aug. 16, 4 , at S p. m. taking bond with approved security, conditioned for a faithful performance of the work. 'e have the right to reject any and all 18,-8- THE OLD RELIABLE pCJHAS. A. -- MOISrX)A.Ys SEPTEMBER N.NE MONTHS. 1. 1884. AND CONTINUE ratifi-sajtte- a to-da- y, Senator Beck is curt as well port as guardian of D. D, Davis. as able. In reply to invitation GUARDLVNS. from citizens of Lexington to ad Gideon B. Lane, a minor, under dress them as to public buildings, 14. anneared in court, and named myself, I have .he replied: as his guardian. to say that 1 have no desire to ad- Jno. Lane, SUIT. TUBLIC SCHOOLS. dress the Chamber of Commerce on that subject, and request you J. II. Saunders, Superintendent to so inform that body." elect, appoarcd this day, executed proper bond, and was duly qualiTho Fulton Circuit Court mm- - fied as Superintendent of Public Schools for Fulton county. indices Monday week. 4)a1 L. D. Davis, ruled to make re- HOLCOMBE. : - UMial The Course of Study includes, as heretofore, the best of primary Instruction, the and studies in English, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elocution UKALErt BI'ii-STOI- S, Ecpeoial attention ia devpted to the preparation of boys for business, for college, and . for professional studies. and consultation of parents, before the opening I school ia reaped-u- y Qj,rrcSpondence solicited. Addre, Aug g 1884. B. O. (3UVL13WSLL. bids. BIGS, MllCilS, Uickman, Ky. FAINTS AND Plans and specifications of the work can be seen at the office of Judge R. S Murrell, and will be exhibited nt the time of letting said work. R. S MURRELL, 1 D. W. DICKERSON, Com. W. B. JOXES.J u M Mi 353:35: c; jks:im:a bt9 ieeltk. CAUL BRING "&k YOUR JOB WORK V&L$' RESGR1PT102 yS fjj. ',) TO TITE COMlOVtfbD! - J ;.- -. - OOXJFlXEl OPPICB. . i sst?r j V fc SSV Z.3T U -- rV oitcourse, uopnvcu 01 mo picas- '.iminsnj nud Itutlrr A Mmi Ket his Cauinute. ProfcsslQxm! Qaxds I 'lli Jlorujon V.'nr. , tiro of reappearing on Monday be--TV. Aug. 8. Tho Surf "Winnkpeg, Mann., Aug. hc fore Mr. Hunton's inquisitive com- Special wuy Jam. a. mwSS" ? from RnMn,, o A special from Ccntervillo to of Chicago, who has mittee. Three days after the tmn- - conference was held at the Grat Wived hero from a trip to tho the American, received early yes- B. P. O'DANJEL, M. D., Hoiv JLost. How IicslorvU. jjw DEMOCRATIC TICKET. rittsiiurg r.,st s.roko the Republican National union this evening between Ta .!.-Mountains. orincrR word terdav aftornoon, confirmed snu- Jntt 'niUUlie.!, a new edition of Tt. Culicrwtll The in vestifr:itn,, Officii brought convention, before which Mr. many and Butler men. Kelly s? khat a man named William Owens, 'stantially the report of the killing t!ie BADicJLOBr of tcttl.ntn! Lffujr 1113 PROFESSIONAL ur riu.nal IiitolunUrj Skin! In liVlit tlio "Mnllilctters" so-- Blaine was tho leading candidate Butler will poll twice as md FOR PKEMinKNT, of the Mormon elders in Lewis OFFERS to the cilizena or Hickman und iml lmrotrticy, JWijIhI and riijjfral colored miner, was found by, ..1 l to JUrrinjt, etc.- - alto, tun InipJimit for tho rrosulential nomination, votes as his strongest snppoit cniieil, although they "ero fenmo railway navvies near Kiclc- - County, last Sunday morning. Tho vicinity. ' eumitlut, UpMryrj and Kits, induced lijr GR0VER CLEVELAND, Jul. OEce Corner room in Laclede House. pmcrr or avximl rxtrarncxer, Ac dressed to Mr. Fisber, of Bostoi , met at Cincinnati. Never vras at present dare prophesy. Roi ;..rr TTrsn rivM J ff.V llllVH Jlffl. ill leader of the disguised mon, DaTV rlelirntnl author, in thi ndmltaMf ily ' new your. place in 137G, and it s ", al there a moro opportune sunstroke. A. Pryor is hero for Clevclaif a famished and partially demented vid Hinson. a nromiat citizen of took of from a r!r)j JcniMU.trntcsalarming Hurt fur,' lucctintu practice, tliHt the all strange that a definite recollec- Tho committeo conld not force "a Gen. Sninola. W. Itaurkn OnoVJ condition, Owens said lie started Hickman county, vus fatally shot cotiqariitPi of ma; Lo radically cured; pointing ont a tacdo f:iaort very sick-- man" on tlio witness amlGtlierTaiiimanvleaclersnrri,, tion of their character-ha- s 1R VICr. J. ESIMEKT, William- by tho Mormons, and Martin Cononce iliiiplr, crrtaln, and effectual, by of run- at Juno Kith, with Joseph tin l.ut Ma mtanf of from many minds orifiat the new stand, or report to tho Honso ho this cveninir. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, A.. A.. :EAJRIS condition wlilch l.f, niny ulfcrcr,Itiitiaclf chvap'y, X'tt son, from Kamloops, on a pros- dor, John R. Hudson, and two nifty cure front in contempt of its authority. was voters coming to tfio JxEw Yoek, Aug. 8. Mr. Bl f pecting trip, expecting to strike Mormon preachers were shot and aril j in d radically. OF INDIANA. K"TU Ircturs elionld l'o In tlio htndj of Try last.Bix or eight yearly "l 1""" Mr. Haves was nominated at Cin dneks was asknd last night : "IW PHYSICAN AI1D SURtiEON, ' i youtli andetrry man iu the land the Columbia liver, but their sup- killed by tho maskers. Two other m Sent nii'lrr pal. In a plain rnrelope, to any roncc of them. WaflI)(?se to cinnati, and tho matter was drop- you been in conference with supposed Jol ply of provisions gave out before Mormon pi eachors are on rarcipt uf fun; ccnti, or two postaga A Contention to nominate a give in succinct foniiftbc facts as ped in sympathy for Blaino in his Kellv?" Addrvca be killed. Jim Condor's wife, HICKMAN, t reaching there. They traveled to w KENTUCKY stnia; made political defeat and providential Topublican candidate for Tl.E rULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., they have bcou officially "1 met him. That was all." six days aud a half without at hose houso tho tragedy occur for 1 1 Ann fct . Kcw YorV, K. V. , I'oit OOca Bax, iiO jfif in this District is called to known. sunstroke. "Did he say what the course nf food, when iUinmson laid down red, was shot and will probably his Profaasional Services U The letters wcroWritton by Tammany was to be" meet in Mayfleld, Agnst 27lh. of Hickman and vicinity and died. Owens then cut strips die. No arrests have been made. OFFERS gov. nusnnicus. James G. Blaine, Speaker of the "What he said I am not at liber- of flesh from his dead companion's The excitement is very high, and jaulfi-'i1b the only nspirant, nnd Houston JE. House, in 1SG9, to "Warren "Fisher, ty to make pnblie. which ho ate and proceeded further trouble is expected. will uo doubt be the nominoc. wore TheVIoe lrpld'iitln! Cmullilnt Con- - reason to believe, I have every legs, tramp. He had boen living of Boston, by whom they however, that on his fltleiit of Cnrr.v!:i,-.i- r York jxikI DBALEB IM committed to James Jlnlligui who Iiitllnuii. Tammany will support the nom- six davs on human llesh when General Grant says, "A worse :: Mr. J. H. LUri'Y, Chairman of was Cashier of Sugar the Adams Hendricks, says a New inees. It cannot consistently do found, and still had a quantity of thing could befall the country than Kcpnblican District Coinmit-toe,.ha- s llcflncry of Boston aud itr. Fishthe Family Groceries; tho dried flesh in an old handker tho election of Governor Cleve- C. special of Thursday, arrived otherwise." called for and appointed er's confidential mart of business. York Efth "Is it true that upon hearing of chief. Ho was very weak and land." This doesn't sound much at tho Aenue Hotel JXD ALSO. Republican Convention to bo Fisher was a railroad- contractor and was assigned to a loom four the 'Buffalo Teloirrnnh scandal,1 emaciated, and told his story with like enthusiasm for Blaine. Attorney law difficulty. Ho repeated the horri-blWednesday, for a portion of the ftttlejif ek & doors djBtant trom that oeeuptod.yo" romancea mat you wero at Bayfield on Nets, Suinea, Line, llooko, and all kiwi Ir Cholera is haid to be disappearFort Smith Railroad. details on several occasions, Logan. Chatting with a ' ry that you hud permitted of lia hinjj 1 tickle and Jb'upjiIieA, ut alar August 27th, for the purpose of Caldwell, of Bostonf referred to Collector, Real Estate Agent CirvctricH and Family Supplies re while Samuel J. Randall e to go upon tho ticket w,UMi and all who heard him are con- ing from Fiance. nominating' a Republican candi- in the letters, was a, heavy operastory is true. Ho erallv. vinced that the was present, Mr. Hendricks said : Cleveland ! niCKMAN, KY. date for Congress in this District. tor in land srrant mlroads, a man 'T holinvn that, r am not nourihinfir "That is absolutely false, I had a largo roll of bills with him. of large financial resources, and a forlorn hone when I sav could not feol more complimented The police have taken the matter that I Igr Will attend promptly to all nusl Holt, Republican, has been Controlled thn iWicliiso of the am coufident that we shall bo suc- than to be placed upon tho ticket in hand and will investigate it. ncas ontruMed hi in Southwealon elected one of tho Judges of the Littlo Rock RailrnnJ. He was of cessful in tho coming campaign. with Governor Cleveland. ,ue Koutcokj and Northwestern Tennessee Riddle, tuo jav Gould tviJreckless and Ex CaMretlrMtcKfiuiIoH. Court of Appeals, over Special attention given to the in ventiga ' From all I can learn hero in this has been amply vindicated.'! J lion of Land titles, and tho parchuee the Dcmocratio nominee, luc unscrupulous in hi?bi)cration8 Bat-- . TjIi? County TekphoBl "What is your opinion of . I nave iial some opState, aiul dais of Ileal f Jan8 We understand it is in conlom-p'atiolirst Republican elected to tho The Little Rocfijttompany was portunity to mako observations lor1 oiMn letter 5" The beet mnLu of & 0A&tXtA j Col u mini;) in this State since chartered by Cgngrtfesami endow- during Supreme Bench by tbe surviving mombes - or two, T ho.wottW&o, past weektho war. This result was brought ed with a laufl grtnt to build n fool thattho of the lst.tin, ."mid TthJSontuoky " Sew York will gi o her come aim-.d- a. Per- road from" Littlo Hock to Fort about by boltingDemocrats. rt'friuunth and all c Confederate K "Do you regard him n3 a formidhaps it is well enough to have one Smith. Hi 1SGS its charter was in electoral voto to tho ticket. One able eorinetiior?" soldicis in Smuhwcutern Kenthing I am quite positive of, and Is not signing a pledge H- at & E. T. Tyler, Republican Judge on tho Bench, danger of lapsing, a:id a bill was "I regard him as a man of force tucky to luvo a grand elected. Mr, or taking a solemn oath that if he is a good lawyer and an hon-os- t before the House to continue the that is if the ticket is will be inau-- i aud considerable popularity among some point m Graves county wiKit for sale, at a bargain, i4 tho Uupj. cannot be kept, because of and talebtttblu of The man. About 5,000 Democrats land grant. Mr. Julian, of Indi-aa- Clovelaud aud myself - ring tho month of October. tho a certain class of people, particuI do not &&$&, JAMS ii PAKKKB. ofthe cause the voted for Holt, which is certainly proposed an amendment grant- gurated. 1S7G can believe that in mriy tiie worKinsriuen. jiuibi, boys have not been together for trmitl of bo roneated to him or a ing certain privileges to tho Memanxious way to make liquor. The a great complimont : liiCKMAN, KENTUCKY however, a sufficiently forimtiaine many ears and they are great rebuke to tho Democratic phis & El Paso Road. Tlio oft'oct American history." a man temperate is to kill induce any o0 to to meet together and talk over candidate to "How ubout Indiana 1" Bondurant Sf Bretvryt. nominee. of this waa to kill the bill. How old times. Tho arrangements will the desire for those dreadful ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS "I regard my Stato as already wager big success." Speaker Blaine suggested a point sure for the Democratic nominees. be made for a free barbecuo ; promstimulants that carartificial entrusted tc their earo. Eusmaa AND rOBWARl IKE "iTAMl'KDS" TO IIOTJSTX. of order to Geu. Logan, how era Ujhi NckiiiIhI federate inent OBice Millet Illock. ry so many bright intellects The prohibition vote, of which av8-'7- 8 Henry Ward Beecher had vGen. will lo prcscn', and a grand old to premature graves, and The Work of Demoralized l)niocraiH. Sneaker Blaine sustained tho there is so much talk, will bo small. CoiTjnjission ljerclja$tf,-- f amendC. King, of Brooklyn, to time is anticipated. The Republiruled out tho Horatio desolation, strife and It is idle to deny or to conceal point and securing tho passage It will be taken from tho Republi- go to Buffallo and investigate the can party need not be alarmed, ment, thus into so many iiiCKXAJf, jrr., 'C the fact that the Democrats of of tho bill, aro narrated in Speak- cans." alleged slander against Gov. for these' families. "Do you regard New York as Cleveland. Kings re- one-eein a sadly demor- er Blaine's letters which we anOn Gen. and crippled survivors this section are Kp nlwayt en hand, Frtah the pivotal Stato in the coming turn and leport to Mr. Beecher at entertain no idea whatever of capalized condition, and experience nex. Their authenticity is not election V LIME, CEMENT. .SA; T. PLA8TEB BUSr' It if a fact! BZOWK'SIROS Mr. Beecher said to a turing the Government. Bitteks, a true PLl ES, GP.AbS SLEDS, CLOVER.o. has taught tho Courier that it is now aud never has been disputed. 'While New York is quito es- Peekskill, the Brooklyn Union: tonic, made in Baltimore, About the Congressional inves- sential to Democratic victory, I reporter of "Will ni&ke IilKsral advances oa C'gUta , 'utterly useless fora local papor to tigation, we annex the following Md.,by the BroTn Chemical The reported massacre of "I have beon undergoing a judiCorn, Ac , fcr saIo cr ehiawtnt." Company, who are old drug- Offer any plea or argument for "statement of facts" made to the believe Ohio is to bo the great cial process. 1 have been way Mormon elders in Lewis county, mclH "its and in every pardcu-- r campaign. Capita, hnnnony, becauso its plea bo it Young Republican Club of Brook- With a proper of the I have no down in tho mud, but now the Tennessee, appears to be confirmreliable, will, by removcanvass were ing the craving appetite of over so fair in spirit is sure to bo lyn last week, by a committee con- doub that Stato can bo wheeled clouds are breaking away, aud I ed. Some Mormon preachers coun the drunkard, and by curing sisting of three Blaino and three into the Democratic column in the am beginning to understand that conducting meetings in that EOG-ERS- , misconstrued, and more apt to the nervousness, weakness, I)wHintH 1'anerand Leans Monev, Bnva Republicans, appoint these stories about Gov. Cleve- ty, nudinmiiics were nemg uiviuoti and general ill health resultfurther incitn nnd excito than to ed to investigate and report facts coming Presidential election." The land are untrue and a vile slander. and alienated by acceptance and jthI rieifa Exchange on anv 1'oini in the ing from intemperance, do to give in so You can Uiiiud State, .Solicit Accounts cf the I expect to brand rejection of the Mormon doctrine. and divisions. for tho information of that club: Governor refused ullay dissensions saj that more to promote temperance, Pwplu Generally. Colicciionx and Prempt IV EEP: all kinds of tlaplt xx I fastjf his conthe strictest sense then exist "May, 1876, the Judiciary Committee of many words the result of at Sara- tho men wiio have promulgated A party of masked men male In That situation appears to Remittance at Current Rale of Exchange ference with John Kelly Mormons, aud a fight toy other means now known. the A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. must work out its own con- into Houw was conducting an inTehtigation toga, but baid he had o very reason them as blackmailers and liars; raid on tho which Tarious transactions of the Pactfic rond expect the Governor with guns followed. Two Mormon for I by the and branches Tbich had received Govern- to believe that Tammany would acted now part of a man in this af- elders were killed, and two others clusions and results, and tho It is a well authenticated ani Ccnruciionerica. Will be pleased support the regular Democratic fair. I shall tako tho stumpi for missing, besides two nun o lowsee his old custumers, and will tth rttultM Democrats will finally bo ment aid. (act that many medicines, lt witnesses iubpoenaed were ticket. 'Amonj' tlit Ho denies point blank HUMAN MARBLE WORKS. them in price nnd quality. Call fca.d especially ' bitters are nothconvinced, and bring themselves Warren Fisher, Jr., ana James Jiuingan, ever having expressed himself as him and tell tho people offthis ers of tho Mormons, wero killed, us. vQuick Sniea and Small 1'r.filtR. country that they must elect him and one woman fatally wounded. ing butcheap whiskey vilely and bar. both of Boston. lVon't boundetaold into a line of FJa4tf was the contractor lor a sorry ho joined Cleveland after president. can- Tho leader of tho disguised men, Mr Fisher HICKMAN, I shall enter this KY. concocted for use in local mony. This condition of party Dortion of the L R. F.S K. R. lie the Buffalo scandal had been made vass with an enthusiasm second David Iliuson, a prominent citioption countries. Such is as a partner public. As to Butler, Mr. Hendemoralization grows up from time was also, in bumne's inofBostonlllaine. only to that with which I entered zen, was tho only one killed on FOIL SALB,. ,. Mr. not the case with Brown's with a dricks considers him as a man of in any political party, octo 'Mr. Mulligan waa Cashier of the Ad- force, aud possessing considerable the war. Tako my word for it. the' side of the maskers. is a mediIron Bitters. It in casioned by party mfjinauagenient, ams Sugar Refinery, Boston, also which Mr. popularity with tho working clah-sc- this scandal, if false, will make cine, a cure for weakness book I'racileal I'roliMiltlon and Fisher was a partner, wb Gov. Cleveland president." Inch of management or too much keeper for Mr. Fisher. Mr. Mulligan had and he thought that Butler's and decay in the nervous, Nashille Banner: J. W. ThomItalian and Ambkicax .Marui.h muscular, and digestive ormanagement, or other causes, aud in his pesse&sion by Mr. riahera consent vote would bo taken about equal- Logim and JIfiulrlckM Hlinlto Hmtil as, general manager of the Nnsh-v.ll1812 on Jyr.,borg road. i (see testimony of Mr. Fwher, Misa. Doc. ly from the Republican and DemJjiLMiian. AthlrcMt producAug. i. As Louis New Yoitic, gans of the body, Chattanooga and St. after tho passions of faction are 176, page 118) certain letters written in ocratic parties. In conclusion tho m r. DwNAnofi: MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE Hendricks was seated atth? Railway, has had posted on the blood, health ing good, rich anJ thoroughly aroused are seldom 1864 72 by Mr. Blaine to Mr. Fisher, been Governor said: "I. shall remain breakfast tnblo in the Fifth aven- bulletin boards of the road that enre Sami C Da via & Co, Si LJeis,H and strength. Try one botTUU which Mr. Blaine supposed to have tmrmnnizp.ri until thev have until it either ue Hotel this morning, Gen. Logan any officers, foremen or men in tho STONES.given back to bim in September, 1S72 npon the ticket tle. Price l.QQ. meets victory or defeat. I shall happened to come into the room employ of tho company found their course and driven their own (Doc. 176. paws 107.1 reached Washing''When Mr. JTF.AVINO received a fine lot of Aiuer results. Only a fow years ago ton, and before Mulligan Mr. Blninent do all in my power to avoid the and take a seat near hia political drinking or intoxicated will bo All pororw joliliny eliinu ag aUat t4 he testified, XV.iann and Itnlinn Marblo, I r.ru pre ChtntH f Mrs. Aniiix I. liliiiixna rival. In a moment tho ggntlc-me- n dismissed from their positions. Democrats found their to ask Mr. Mulltgautoedlupon him. Mr. latter, I can assure you." Tenuesseo prfiretl to sill all orders.' Uall and ciarailir-u'pTSpSiy observed one miotherynjul, Dyersburg Gazette. to"cH. 'rMfhtc.rto file iiir "gyTwyiJ"i,',iu vrerc John.l. I.iicuu'i ::inolc I.nir. party in this condition of demor- Mulligan declined Mullijan atMr. Ulaine met and cordialthe Rif g rrocd up on or tirlorv tbe Stlv f Jmn, then called on Mr. both rising, they ' Orders from tho country premptlj liti4, in my iWiiw, with Mr. (Jrp licm. alization, and good and true Dem- House. (Doc 176, pageU05) May 31, Trom St Lou Opl!lotii if un axperl. ly shook hands together. This ra ay Jl.W HPCir,, Mr. Mulligan testified (For testimony see ocrats tried every expedient to Doc 176, page 43 andffollowing ) lie Gov. St. John, tho Prohibition pleasant episode was witnossod by Kau- - Cltj Turn (iiin:diiin Mut'w P.uhifk: a a number of guests, including Sec21. Dorscy in an interbring warring Democrats into har- mentioned but did not eiiibit tbe letters. candidate for President, in LOWER and LOWER. re- The aame evening Mr. Bliine called at the speech at Port Jervis, tho other retary Lincoln, Gen. Sheridan aud view at Topeka says there is no mony, but their efforts wero SGBHGBDGE Riggs House several times. As to what oc day, told a littlo story al)Out his other military officers. All kinds efGreori.'-- nt htn!, xidoF, to use trjing to carry warded by seeing the divisions ourred there th accounts given by Blaine experience with John A. Logan's ivt the Democratic National Blaii.c and Logan, thatIndiana for will not be cbor.p as the ohonj est Hendricks JOHN ftJTTLN'G. grow wider and broader. The and Mulligan phTer essentially. Both black laws in Illinois, to which headquarters Gov. ncudricks is bound to swoep the Stale, that unileraow. 25cts Lower than the Lowest gentlemen made statements under oath the State he emigrated in 18G0. He called this morning, but remained all factional fight continued, conser- next day before the Judiciary Committee. the forcos must bo centered in have no clerk cxpenuss no Btor run onlv a few minutes. Ho willlenve New York. Dorscy knows how nnd pay cn"h for all ray Groceries, and vative men who had been voting Mr. Blaine admitted that he had recuived said: was a law once in force for Block Island for a much it costs to carry Indiana and premise Ihercfort can letters from Mr. h rhcp as th oliaa with tho Democrats lost their re- theband them back Mulligan on areturned in "Thero to the effect that any and that he to est. Beat brands of TTirrccfcsrg and La Illinois week or so. he thinks that this time tho DemBOOT AND l 8!,LUIIB5 HlAMtlRU spect for the party, and young them once, but that subsequently he secured white person caught in the act of Star Flour, 'lo cents cheaper than thrlew ocrats have got tho State sure. shoe possession of tbem agaia and refused to JOHN WITTIKa. t. men reaching their majority were restore them to Mr. Mulligan and assigned ghing aid or sustenance to any McSonald r.xplc n 51oi Filit. repelled by tho Democratic ad a reason for such re fusil that Mulligan colored man, wounui or child, Tho Greonbackers of Butler WAsntaTO, Aug. MIOP. North Vct corner cf Motco them if his SALE AND LIVERY STABLE McDonald arrived in county havo adopted tho follow schisms, and the result was that a had threatened to publuh impugned." tes- should bo arrested, and, upon proof am! Troy Avenues. VmI timony were impeached or PACKET COMPANY dutirttoiiiraclivii guaranteed.Iliekman, Ky , of the charge, should be thrown Washington . omc ing resolution: from his Republican was elected Governor Mr. Mulligan in his testimony into prison for two years. I was aB in Indiana. He thinks the politiThat B. A'jiril. ' J?AEIS "& PAHKEB, of the Democratic Stato of Ten stated Mr. Blaino made tho most practicing law at that time in an cal campnigu in his Stato will bo a a delegate F. Butler, by actingconin the Democratic . KENTUCKY STREET, nessee, and eight of tho ten Col pitiable appeals for the restoration Illinois town, when alittle colored hot one. Active preparations for vention has forfeited alt claim to constantly on hand farMt ho declared lad came to my houso and said, tho contefat are being made tho support of the Greenback parKEEPS sale gressional Districts turned over of the letters; that . their publication would ruin and 'Please, mister, won't you give me ... n Diiino awl thn result. ty aud has forfeited tho nominaV. to tbe Republicans. Thoughtful, HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. something to eat? I haven't had' ,.,' ho even be close, will tion given him by the Iudianopo-li- s Having purchased tbe slablo, ham is disgrace him ; that were threat- mivthinff to eat in two days. I ... reading Democrats, know this not reand ennre outfit of W. B. ,lluDmr ened suicide if they funrai,in tfl pwMnnd. Gen. His betrayal of convention. (UNITED STATUS MAIL ) a fact. In this State, at the elec- turned, and on his knees begged for called my wife and told her to get Bntler8 candidacy, ho thinks, will the National Greenback party has we propose to continue the buaiaags, amd 'rj.TT5 Srrocefies. solicit patronage factional fight them. This extract is from Mul- tho boy a bigslico of bread, but atyni.t ihn iw.iflontin.1 ticket. no parallel nince the days ofJudis tion on the 4th a JOliiN A. t President. JOHN P. IvblSBK, SMriuiident. culminated in tho election of Holt, ligan's testimony before the Honse ter it all over and get some meat. ml tho fi ht wi!1 bo between Iseariot ami Benedict Arnold. THEO. U ZE1CLKK tooy. and Trees. 'Would it not be better,' she said, Cleveland aud Blaine. The o a Republican, to the Appollato Committeo : BOOTS AND have tho boy come, into tho a "He (Blaine) prayed, almost went on his Very fow people know that a all articles, but no t or cxpectsto tako thOBtump LINK of boats NO space lo name Bench, in a District which has knees I would say on his kneea and im- hnnRo. jib overvbodv seems to be and do "yeoman" servico tor nis letter "mailed in a hotel onvclope RUNS A show goods, trouble St. Louis to MompfaiB, and a undomj'nnd to from 5,000 to 8,000 Democratic plored me to think of tia sue children and watching us?' 'I said uo. I want party's standard bearers. Me, at the seraer of Troy which fails to reach tho porson from St. Lvais to hut hia wife, and that if the committee got hold and Mitrow Avenue. East Hiokm.", Ky people to see that I am not majority. addressed is sent at once to the of these communications it would sink him this any of afraid to give to sustain XtnoU. office, notwithstanding Keeps In slock the very Best Uattrlal, dead letter OOINQ SOUTH. IMUrj In this District it is no uncom- immediately and ruin him forever. I re nnc"R nonr unfortunates.' The RuMgh (X. C.) Reitoatu and Obrtar.) and keeps only the best workmen. Wrja tired to mjr roem and he followed me up, ten days' notice on tho comer. Mernpbid boat pd Hitkman Tuesdny the mon thing to hear Domocrats as- and there went over the same story guaranteed. Repairing solicited. . In 1818 Gen. Taylor was electod If you stop at a hotel and use one nifrbts, Thursday nighta and Saturday about ' grand jury Was in session at the sert that they intend to vote for his family and childreaand implored me time, and an indictment was SOOll over Lewis Cass by 1G3 to 127 of their envelopes always mark niuhia. Yickaburg Sunday, bouts, SROGBRY toglvo np, contemplated the Republican candidate for Con- - euiciuo. themasKea and eren wanted to eee fmiml airamst me lor giving bus- - electoral votes. In 1853 orth out tho namo and insort your own Afedneaduja und Fridays. 1T3 V2iJ m me u l ne was accor- Carolina led the way aud gavo if you want your letter again if it GOING NORTH. tenance to a negro, l THE BARTER GROCERY. gross in certain contingencies, and his children in that state." dingly arrested and brought be- tho nomination to Franklin Pierce, fails to reach the person addrcss-od- . Meropbie boals pass HicHman Tucsdar while "we apprehend that there Blaine finally obtained tho letO. nights, Friday nights and Sunday nights. J. JL MONTGOMERY. annoBB- was elected Presidout by fore tho court and pleaded guilty aro comparatively few who will ters a second time from Mulligan to the charge and stated in open who electoral votes, while Gen. Vicksburg boats Mondays, Wednesdays, to his friends aud the pnblie thai 251 OLD STAND.) (DAVIS he has opened a new and fresh snpply of actually so voto in the pending on a pledge of honor to return court that I would do so again and Scott received but 12. In this Roscoo Conkling denies tho re- and Saturdays. City of HelMemphis boats them ; but he kept them, together all kinds of Familt Gkocebuu, which k laws of year of grace North Carolinaagain port that ho intends to speak and ena, Sle. GeniTiere Steamers II. Maude. 411 kinds of contest, yet it brings true Demo- witb Mulligan's private nnd John whenever I found tho will sell as low as the lowest. He is reaboats Sloamers City of dy at all times to exchange GreeeVlekHl to face with a condition dum of their dates and memoran- mon iiit.Arfarnd with the laws of led tho way and gavo the nomination work for tho Republican ticket, Vickoburg Belle o& Memphis, Gold Dust; crats face contents. to Grover Cleveland, Vho will 'lam out of politics entirely," ho Providence, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES cash price3 for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or I would violate the buinan Mr. Mulligan having appealed to God every time. The testimony of their party to bo greatly of Cairo, any kind of marketing that .the fannin? manner bo elected Presi- says, and devoting all my time to City of Vicksburs.City of Greenville and law in like s and tho moro so becauso the Judiciary Committee to com- had tho desired effect, and tho dent by a tidal wavo similar to the practice of law." "But you City house, atbot friends mny bring in. The highest mar usually kept in a ket price always paid. . toBiproes there is no plea or argument that pel Mr. Bkine to restore tho let- Court announced to the packed that which placed Gen. Pierce in will voto for Blaine!" quorriedtho ters, the committeo made a de- conrt houso that ho found tho J. M. MONTGOMERY &.R(X History re- persistent reporter. "I have not TEAS, Whito FMNCV CANDIES, will stay ultimate results. Indeed, mand upon Mr. Blaino for their prisoner at tho bar 'not guilty of tho itself. House. said so," was the reply. peats PICKLES there is a class of Democrats who production. Fortified by tho e FOB tho charge,' and I was sot free. of counsel, lie refused. But The man who was tho priino mov-o- r ASlfi GRITS nt7fl f offer the argument that the ultiIIOHINY, CR&NI1EIIVIIES, The Democrats of tho Third MTUJfflD?? Illinois mil mj mm mate result of tho schism in this th6 letters had already become a and factor in tho passago of Chicago, Aug. S. Tho fact District unanimously subject of public discussion, and this bill was none other than John JE use $ isa m9 out this morning that a non. J. E. Halzcll for Congress. District is bound to be the elec Mr. Blaine's attempt to suppress leaked high compliment to a worthy PACKET COMPANY. A. Logan, tho nominee- for of sixty prominent It is a conference tion of a Republican, and appear them furnished tho basis for inferof tho Republican par- Germans representing every part gentleman. The Republicans are Sugar, Coirees, Soups, &c. impationt to lead a stampede to ences highly unfavorable to him. ty." thinking of running Ym. O. Bradof tho Stato will bo held in tho "Will not be undersold. Houston, and thereby bring tho It was then the Speaker "with his quarters of the Democratic State ley against Halzcll, although ho Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &o "splendid audacity" toot "the StAto Treasury Witliont y Mny. Central Committee Mempliis, Cairo, in the District. feud to & conclusion. All fair- - American for does not live peoplo into his confi- Ntander Stephen t, C. S. (7., Banhlici tho purposo of effocting a contral Louisyille and minded men, conversant with our dence," and read tlio letters in a If a man has once boen an edi-- Aad ihe Kenton County Xy organization of Germans, regardlocal public sentiment, know that speech in the Houso on tho 5th of tor it is hard for him ever aftor to Ken- less of former political preferenSteamers in politics. this feeling oxists, that it has June, 160. He declared ho read Auditor's Office, Stato of ces, in opposition to the Republi- snecoed recognizing tills Brothor JAMES V. GAFF, ANDY RAUM, tucky, fact just CONS MILLER, beon shaping and growing for "every solitary scrap and scrimp-age- " VINT SHINKLE can ticket. Every Gorman paper Blaino is oxo July 30, 188-1- . up on Fran kfokt, But GRANITE STATE, in tho Stato has signified an inton-tio- now. They aro bringing it Kennesome years, and that it is daily there of the Mulligan packng. name was one doubter. His him that when he edited the Dear Sir: Your School Claim to be represented. EAVES EVERY SCNDA Y and THURS- growing- - mere outspoken. In the was Mulligan. bec Journal he denounced tho Irish T i day, at 5 p. m., for Cairo, Louisville Jos. SOHBfc, 1 Ho declared at is on file in this office, and it will Tnlio tbe meantime race as convicts and felons. the factional fight once not only that Blaino had not be audited as soon as the Treasuand Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati Aricr tlioSOtli. It is said by his friends hero The Stato election in Alabama with Kallroads and Steamers for grows hotter and hotter, and as read all the letters, but that there rer can give a check for it. Keeps the very best makca of Beer, frwli were some of them he never would Tlio Legislature left us without that Col. Turner, who is now on Eastern, WhIwi and Kcrthorn Points, and cool, and polite and C. & SL L. R'y. the fight progresses, tho conserva- read. There attentive clerks to N, Monday was carried by the Demo- G'lTiuc was bnt one way to any money in the Treasury, and the beach with his family, has tbrouch tickets to nil points Chi serve customers. tive thinking Democrats is bound settle this, and tho Committee on provided no way to obtain any, written that he will como into the crats without opposition. The in- cago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, Now to see that when the 7000 Repub- Judiciary on Juno 10, peremptorily except as it may bo received from District and enter tho Congres dependents elected their county York, Washington City, Philadelphia and Tke demanded'the letters Mr. Blaino day to dayf which i3 but littlo at sional contest as soon as possible and legislative ticket m Mobile. Boston. East, North and Western tourlicans of the District stand soliM. vrill find La Belle River ronte safe, ENOBRR, to be dly to their candidate it will take, had kidnapped from Mulligan. Mr. this season of tho year. Out of after the Congressional primary, Tho Independents claim fought ists delightful and economical. in principle but Blaine refused to lot tho commit- this, claims aro paid as rapidly as to be held on tho 30th. The race Democratic Rates by this- line cheaper than any comparatively, only a few dis teo hava (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) them, oven in executive chocks can bo obtained from the thon, as tho Colonel thinkB, will the party organization. other first class route. Meals and state senting Democrats stampeded to sessiou. The committeo adjourn- I'rMioEirmr nrifl in f.h order in be made up and neod his 'atten through. rooms free. Baggage checked The National Labor convention, ggy" Passengers can rely on a splendid their column to put their man fn. ed until Monday Juno 12, and Mr. winch they are received at this tion. Paducah News. Call on nearast Ticket Agent, to havo been hold at Chicago, Ju- trip by this line, as the steamers are all Blaiuo was notified to attend aud office. Suck a result can not, or rather Or Address bnilt class, having been Tlio old scandal about thfl Re ly 30, has been postponed until firstthe accommodation of expressly Fayette Hewitt, Auditor. AND passenpers. A. Y. SteTH8 will not, bo brought about this produce the letters. On Sunday, for publican Presidential candidate Sept. I, becauso of the delay of IS" Each steamer carries a full string m Jnno 11, Mr. Blaino, on his way to Pass. Agt., Dallas, Tex., or Gov. Oloveland year, because the enthusiasm for church, W. I.. OAKLET. R. W. LIOIITBURNE, Clinton Times: Tho prospect should not have boen revived Gen. Butler, andlotters of accep- band. received a sunstroke. O. P. & T. A., Nashville, Tcna. the National ticket will forbid, bart His life was nfct endangered and for a good corn crop in Hickman Tho sins ofyouth should be for in writing their General Freight and Ticket Agent FRITZ. HELLNEU, T. A?. Hickman. No 7 Monroe strecl.MeuiphieJcnnL tance. his letters wore. saved. Ho was, was never better. gotten and forgiven. in auaie off.year it may happen. fa titiaaia cqtoiee. "KM Nkw-Yokk- SwPIwESlSI S;rni-turrlio- ' -- rtt 1 cnkutt-5- , Lo-fr- s, tlf-l- n j- - telf-alii- w DB. - rii-r- -- A i i n ii i -- Cou-pros- B O CASE, Ex-Go- v. to-da- v. - t HANDLE at li.-li- l sor-byGe- u. o your-reportc- r, f FOB SALE. mm m Ly!fthk n WUL Bat-Ate- . Temperance non-remov- re-uni- a, ' I al k. Attorneys at mm ex-Co- n ess one-legge- d, one-arme- d FULTON BANK battle-groun- d SoO,000.00. .- anti-Blain- o J. W. 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