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Office Wvww tma rftm, hickma Tlie Oldest Newspilpefr 1 1 m-ul- o Fine Tob Printing COURIER ixfcjivfeHteni ilcMtilciKj- - EXECUTED Vith Neatness and Dispatch. w W.M S:A.XE SllsrliSr- s ;bxx,x.-:e3::e.a.:d- ENVELOPES! letxeb-hba- d . l s. Heinze Buildinc Clinton Street. 11 Hi IV? rRICE OF 8UBSCRII-TIOX- 4h GEORGE YfARREN, Editor. , 81-5- l, v 8, iETOA. r- , i3srnr.A-iTo:ixr3- KSTABLK5HEI) i860. HICKMAN. gULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER ETC., A.H1D 13X339 12, 18S4. VOL. XfX.-fN- O. 50. o O.A.XrXJ le. 1 k . r J;' & .H ? If - F ' 1 .THE. 'NOISES OF THE NIGHT. have Deat onco in' 'four or nv days. ii . IL GROWS CONFIDENTIAL. own party there was no disputing nor POLITICAL IViLMS. setts, Maine, Pcnnsj'lvnnia, Illinois and How much do you think it costs me ft The watchful do? howls to greet the moon donying them, and vet these facts did Oh como with me and bo mv friends. The last three Democratic week to supply our table? Please give War on your Th Republican newspapers havo Iowa. vtaeno'cr ho pets a peep, love my oto d'ejvends. not prevent his receiving his party vote. I hear him as I vainly try to snati-U- . a 'rink of a rough .guess." columns about the Morev letter, which Speakers of the House, Kerr, Randall And listen wljile 1 1 rnnklv Hate The explanation of this surpris ug re' sleep" and Carlisle, were quite as "0, about twelve or fourteen dol- Why I'm a model candidate. Some rcvcilorVithout a key Is hammering at 3SUC' Rml not "a AVortl about sult is not that a portion of the Amci-ica- n i!ia-(- to s'ay tho very least, as the last lars," promptly answered the newspathe door: I'm called the kniKlit of the waving plume people were really indifferent as to Blarney official record, which is as Republican Speakers, Colfax, Blaine 1 really think that slumber now w ill visit me per man, making what ho thought And this the rtu?on presume was thoroughly alive as if it were in its very no more: bother an honorable man or the reand Keifcr; and Tilden, Cleveland. I've got the brains and I've got the dah. And pussiesprowl upon the tltos, they cater-- a low estimate. verse was electod President, but that, pnmef And always Ught for 'Vtriet'y e9h." Bayard, Thurmau, Pondleton, Hampanu ngm: spend four dollars a week, and no waui "I iTllQ Sllldl tl.nl nunuml ta ton and Carlisle arc as heedless of the evidrm-c- . they tl d not O, terrible, indeed, we find the Noise of the more, free from susI'm mnto "magnetic." too. I knew. for provisions," replied Mrs. R. -- u Night. believe the .tiitiimiii ...... .v. It .,..., i j ia''ut-t- . the jHibHc U enough to picion of vcnalty as Sherman. Blaitio, , tb -- loot" wherever I gd; ...W..HFor 'K with an emphatic toss of the head. This In this world's goods notable illustration of the fuct that per- - maKO angels weep. IL will bo a mercy if Elkins", Horsey and Kellogg. In short, ijjpme mysteries are on a spree, and- - sing-- a dinnrrto-da- y is"etra,- - becauvrwe havei Beetfnse'I'haWtak-ing-wnj-- . I'm how au fa. sonnlismtn polilios has destroyed pub- - "icre jSSt another earthquake as u re- - ltlllfrincr ffnm llm Mtflrnloi-- nf flirt mrtn horrid sons: .. V. UIV U1VU "" . V.....V Anewsboy.ecrecches latest news that's certain. company, Dut I shall not alloy it to ini sulto jjMinat win take us all out ot an i lie confidence in eamnai"-stnrie. I sorved in tho war bv substitute. who would direct tho Government - 10 uuwrong; . , create tne. aggregate cost ot our food And tht-- I played it rather cute: 9r- goes lumbering by . outra, whother true or false, and militates N. Y. Urapfuc ier a Democratic restoration, and the together. A cart the door, it's full of for the week.' I got the State to settle the bill. IronYods, against any nice discrimination as to ue uoston And whs a patriot lun for tilt. raid has it on the honorable specimens of Democratic "That's so, she won't," groined EdCm certain, by the noise it makes'; but- hang the real worth of candidates. best authority that hf ty of tho leading rule we have had at Washington and iu it, .what's the oddsr . ward. there willbe Hotly And when the The foolish and monibicious stories men ofPortsmottth, N. IL. who are the For sleep ts quite impossible, although the ing bnt herrings, soda craclers and I rigged mjselfwar uhad closed In peace. in In red chera so. put in circulation against Gov. Cleve- Republicans will vole for Cleveland. It ' are reasons forthe last ten years, there window's tight, And swore by all that's bteek and Wu believin" that the clcc- Ho utterly distracting arc the Noises of the cold water on the table." f Those awful rebels we'd buUluo. land's character might safely, we think, wuiyoppe strange if .New Hampshire's tiou of Cleveland would inaugurate an NJsht. "I resent that imputation," saH the nut be loft unnoticed. They carry on then cl2s:"?iJ,olc goes to tlie Democratic era oi purer and better administration. when I "Kdvnni J hleh gave struck a "Uttle Honk," They're beating carpets, I declare, at night, a vountr wife, laufhinflv. fa"e the evidence of a campaign lie. for cawwi5.es, my system m"K a shock. A-- . ghastly freak; XT1' outi JtepuMistui. knows that we always have plenty oi w upon mo iWHtotuI flaj It fo tlicy lmve nothing to do with his official And now that loo so old chimney-pot- , w?i- - KmKQiK-lrttfmtiT-c3l of co y,rse, good, wholesome food. In fact,ne Aml ved liko I'mcIHc" ways. a. uowl career in tho Suite of New York, but triaT dSreuSrtliarTaTrrman begins to creak; wfjl pfitttf&535S3! A cab stops at my neighbor's house, and loud arc obliged to have it. for both ho and Tho" venomous tongues asperse my rtiime, fasten on his private life before ho covaMly aid Blaine or Butler, while-os- It's ah a game. they bans the door. J exercise a great deal each day, and And taunt mo with became an eminent public man. It is tujslbly supporting Cleveland, is an The Republican party can not ask for Which wakes me when I'd Just begun my most " truth win proudly 8y then our baby is two years oldjJLndshe Myith perfeot clear as the Hjht ot day. as if tho olandcrors had counseled nJsiirif, malicious falsehood. It looks a new lease of power on the character harmonious snore: leoord's It's hard upon a nervous man to wake up in a has a ravenous appetite. I know that together, saying, "we can tiud nothing as though John Kelly's braves will fall of its candidates. Blaine is a brght fright, it will For when In the Uouss roe to explain in his public acts as sheriff, mayor, and into line, a'tcr all. They have made up and versatile man, but ho has dono But what can one expect with all the Noises to persons who have kept houaa How publ c trust means private gain, seem almost incredible that a famUy ol 1 maJe such u Of the Night. govei nor on whi-- h to assail him, so let their minds that they can nt afford to nothing in the course of along public chsc ms you'll airroe three can be well fed on sixty cents Allowed me a ohnnce to go ' Seott Tree." us limit tip the incidents of his youthful commit political Chicuqo service to establish a claim to statesAnd, ere the morning light has dawned, the worth of food each day. We could not As a "man or letters" I greatly axoel. life, and use some of them for our pur- Evening lively cocks and hens manship. He is believed to be dishon-osEmerge "as frf.1i as paint," I know, from out get along on what sixty cents would poses. " They searched, there ore, nnd And .Mulligan said they'd do fairly well: he is known to be tricky, and there Bun Butler never did a day's lint when I took my "copyright aniacent pens; supplies found something in the shape of "a Is every reason to fear that ho would And .then the loud Infernal crow from that old buy if I should purchase my He owned my "stylo" wao very polite. manual work in his life. He has been prove n whimsical and from day to day. But I go to market, Wi man scripe" in his earlier life, and Chanticleer uncertain, if n it a jobber and n Oh, whon I'm in tho President's chair, comes, banishing all further sleep, upon my sometimes twice a week and sometimes on this their malice and imagination a schemer,methods have not been decent a corrupt President. Logan was a good IBs .j.ou'U not And me a "deadhead" theto; loriureu ear; to last soldier, but he has been a very poor SenWo say bogan to work simultaneously. Lcould until late, I'm roused at once a week, and buy enough channels" now see for "varioussorvo-ouhonorable u thor in moue5 two or three days or a week, as the case hero I can earliest lurlit-again that Governor Cleveland's frienifs or politics. The idea of this getting or ator. The Republicans, therefore must nomiuoo. in who will rid the fevered brain of tho Noises may be. Flour I buy by the bag, aud could have easity afforded to let this come with me and prove my lore; bcitig invited to como here and mako their canvass on the record of of the 'ight? fundi. t sugar ten or twenty pounds at a time. Jubt vou the "jungle depths" I'll rove; wretched political trickery pass in con- review procession of men who work their party, and the mot important or I make my own bread, cakes and IWII lind the place rich witli g4tl, temptuous silence. Because the very for a liWng is so preposterous that oven part of that record for tho purposes of hire Jobs are thick and honor mW. .LITJSG OX A SMALL SALARY. pastry, and I have learned howtodress nature of the tor . and tho fact that children will smile- No wonder there the present campaign shoud bo the last fancy little dishes outof thesimplest I'll spread our ship all over tho wain; during excited munHpal and stale elec- is a disposition to revolt agaiust the four years. Tho organization lias no Thrift and Comfort or a IlrooUljn Clerk up of fare. We havo ham quite often. j ne i.Kin s tun l a tw.st with a chain. right to appeal to the people for approvkind tions it had not availed to injure him in the and Ilia Wife A Cozy Home In a Flat One ham will last us a long while, yet Andruo, miw thmte, with hie heathenish tho locality whore his history was best grotesqne absurdity ?n the part of al unless it has dono well stacc they last of tho labor unions. N. Y. approved of Savlnjc 9380 tin a Salary of $1,000 we do not get tired of it, because there I'll .ettndift Sown in Peru. known, mttlo it impossible for the slan- soiiio it. What ate the facts? n Ilbrti for the Frtipal. Tho Secretary of the Republican Nationder to bo o? any consequence in a Naarea dozen different ways of preparing il Tho Min shaU Milne on this fair d. Again, it is pretty well under- al Committee has viitu.Mly confessed But as truth and tional contest- A smiling littje woman opened the for the table. Whenever I buy a roast The eroph big at my comma 'id. And every tnan hae plenty nf tin," of beef we have it in many different nre the watchwords of stood Unit tho Republicans will pay that the State of Indiara, the pivotal candor door of a plainly furnished sitting-rooso the Democracy in canvass ol the present Butler campaign expenses, leavinglike point in the at the top of the second flight of stairs forms. I can get a good roast at my If j.iu'll but help to got mo in. much.tho less "sonp" for States was carried by tho corrupt light, it is perhaps as well that immediand ushered two men into the apart- butcher's for one dollar, and that will Oh. come wilh me, and be my friends, . i "inything Uncle money in that your. At a banquet in If there ate steps were taken to nail the lie and inili.-iodment with the regal courtesy of a house- last us three or four days.. We will (For on Itlour1.lo my vote 1 he U t.. mis- s"f-me: expose the real .spirit of the attack. In Sam jjates to do it is to "put out" his honor of that gentleman in New York, keeper conscious of her own merits. have from that single pieco a meal ol I tear it mi c mat. ourto rCH lvJ. It. this refutation and exposure we are monu. Wc arc inclined to bel'eve where the chief men of the party were i.m llktbt, It was about six o'clock p. m., and roast beef, a meal of stewed meat with happy to see that Republicans as well that ,the barga'n made through Bill asaomhled, he was praise I for the skill through a doorway leading into the potatoes, a platter of coldtneat with Tho Biitlcr-Kl.iin- c Alliance. dining-rooas Democrats have un ted and over their ( haiUlor was to havo Butler's expenses which he had displayed in bringing tt could be seen a white-robe- d pickles, and perhaps some good beeJ Republican money rather pass the unexpected In In liana, and tablo temptingly set for dinner. soup. We eat a good deal ofoatmeal. The alliance between Bit lei and the own signatures have denounced tho peid'with promise thought I heard you coming," the f cracked wheat, hominy and rice. Such Republicans is ovpla nwl by the fact scandalous story. Wc hope now tho thiuu any Butler. of patronage from the fact thit he had won success bv "I Butler has said he bribery was openly acknowledged little woman said, placing one hand food is not only nourishing, but it costs that the labor vote is lo Us thrown for campaign will he allowed to progress Blaine to tru-- Blaine, but he knows and t as treated a matter ol affectionately upon, the arm of the but little, and can be served in At'great Butler for the purpiisj of electing on the general issue and thnt wo will would not glorification, Arthur 'tallest of the" two gentlemen, while she variety of ways. Fried hominy and Blaine. Then, of course, Blaine je ng have no more of this kind of petty ly- the inlue of cash. Ihwton Her. Ul. The Republican party has for the himself made a speech in which he pleasantly acknowledged an introduc- - sirup or rice pudding makes avery nice lecti'd, Butler will go' "recognition" ing. It is, however, too much to ex, tion.to the other. dessert. By the way, I shall ask your from the new Admiuistmiion. Tliat pel this hi a contest in which Blaine is purposes of this campaign one hundred justed ibout Dorsev's achievements iu act tne pans through the liberal use of "soap." No "My wife always listens for me at opinion of some of my rice pudding aj this is a very good- scheme for" Butler a conspicuous figure His whole ca- ilioiunim and of organizers and field officers in the sooner was President Garfield inaugudinner time," said the tall man in an soon as j'ou have iinished vour beef and and the Republicans is evident: but how reer has been that of a rbout the labor vote? What induce- political trickster politics in a local comltig fight, also, a good supply of rated than it was discovered that a huge explanatory tone to his male compan- potatoes." ion. The pudding was served a few min- ment has the laboring man to vote for and National s'no has boon his busi- amAunition in the shape of political system of fraud had been in operation ness, his sole business, for a quarter of sinews of war outributed bv those during tHfc previous Republican Admin"les, and I can always tell your utes afterward, and it was trnly a de- Butler that Blaine may get to the a and tho many monopolistic istration, and measures were taken to century. He is ambitious, audacious licious compoundof rice and eg and White House? The theory of the step' was tho little lady's reply. Greenback- - Anti- - Monopoly - Labor- - Re- and unscrupulous, and what over can interests favorable to Republican as- - bring llie rogues who were responsible A few other remarks of a domestic sugared frosting. "Now let me do a sum in addition," form agitators is tha tlie labor vote 1k duie by any kind of intrigue or ceuilenev. The Democratic party mu-- t for it to lUstice Chief amonsr tliem character were interchanged, and the tho Secretary of the Republican young couple, with their guc-- t, sat said the husband, taking out his pencil, constitutes the germ of a new party; mireprusenution will be attempted un- rely upon" the patriotism of good and 'I lie Democrats honest citizens who believe that the National ( ommittee, who had been down to dinner feeling cheerful as well after the meal was over, "ilv wife that tne Ucnio ratic ami Kepiibhcau der his leadership. boks should be overhauled at tho end feted as the .savior of tlie party, and as hungry.- The was the clerk says that we pay forty cents a day for parties are both "played out." and may expect a campaign of dirt throwing, and the business has been com- of twenty-fou- r jears of Republican he not unnaturally looked for immunity whom the wealthy merchant, Mr. S., rent, sixty cents a day for provisions, that the future belongs to the working-memenced oarly. We may not retaliate rule. for himself and li'is associates from the who in ionic tiiii'vplaitied way are described .as "a man who supports him- eighteen cents day for fuel and about Mr. Hendricks' name in Indiana officials who were the beneficiaries of self, wife, and child on less than $1,000 one cent a day for oil; that makes just going to revolutionize the Jru rnment. in kind -- it nmv not trouble us to find did in Maine avear," and the gue-- t was the writer one dollar and nineteen cents. Is there so that there will be no more monop- , out what Blaine relations with thethirty is a tower of strength, una the same is j these frauds. Even lonj-- before Garsoftjoars ago in his cqnalh' true o liis groat influence field entered Ttpon his duties as Pros"- oly, only just enough labor, and whjjare the reader of the Times ti few anything else?" er scx but we will meet slander with througnout the imintry. Iu 1876 Mr. uer.t a fierce ouarrei had broken out "O, yes,'" exclaimed much currency as heart can wcut.3 ao uu account oi now a man tiar - i - ,withfamilj-.-ai- i over the distribution of the spoils, and mo ' tho exposure and falsehood with the truths Hendricks was o.oted 'vein New York on is ivaie. .1 . washerwoman; I p; ,li... frThevAdo.2iQtie;?laflWicllst-minhii- l laiiii.s-iiiib,lnartxir atlonlS ample on ji ticke with amuel J. Tilden, of alter his inauguration the quarrel grew "feJAA-fDabJ5TT?Wtl,onejiollar and twenty-fiv-e cdu lrmreria lt wnmrviriglhtrnJiuu more bitter ilav l day. One faction Icrnot clearl viuiurStMttTiK BuTtT noJLLike h s seal T1. office without borrowing any things frirm naenjcipj!i ll ofltiioMSciuTltTOaftJi! - he s,truJk"ni- - earring knife on the steel l?Well,' that brings our pdcesatj ex tliey want to "brcakup OI lm cdSt! ites7 Ho'isngaiwiticanurdate" .was1 preparatorv to attacking a modest rist penses, not including clothing, bp to and get a real friend of th, people into no romance of his youth. Azciange. for tliosamo office with another of New for of beef winch hi-- , wife placed before $1.37 a day," continued the voun' power. Butler's Letter. York's favorite sons. Again he will I o trol of the rederal patronage as their Such movements as that uuder him. "that although we have but little ' man, putting on a thoughtful air. My tho other faction, at tho beyond the bare necessities of life, we salary, as you say, is about $2.73 a day" Kearney's lead in California and under General Butler' letter of acceptance elected, ami this time he will be inaumanage to live comfortably and hap- - ast year we saved nearly $270, whicl Butler in Massachusetts are the natural of the Presidential nominations of the gurated. ( lcvcland and Hendricks is head of which was Roscoo Coukling, Fc3-cris a tnlle more than seventy-thre- e and Greenback partie now the battle-- i ry, and under this ban- claimed a right to a share of the pily." cents fruits of this vague longHg for a patronage on the ground that it " The laboring men by votor, as he puts it, his adress to his con- ner the Democratic pa'ty will take p "le, indeed, we are happy." inter- a day. Take that out and it leaves us "change of the Goicrnminl. Itulianap-olt- i had been so'cinnU prorai-e- d to them to jected the wife, removing her kitchen just about $2 a day to live on. Wo have ing for Kearney got temporarily a" com- stituents is thoroughly characteristic secure their active siipj.ort during the Sentinel. apron and takinjr her seat behind a already accounted for 1.37. What be- munistic government: by voting for of the limn. Like nearly everything he Presidential jauvass. The quarrel grew Butler, the apparently destroyed both docs, it is interesting. There are passsteaming coffee-po"We have good j comes of the rest?" so fast and luriotis that Coukling and The Invariable Sign of Despair. the old parties for the'timu being: and ages in it which are strong and telling, uauu, an we want to eat, annK, anu "We spent about ."5150 for clothing his colleague in the United States wear, and our baby is the prettiest and last year' suggested the wife. "You Butler after getting into jiovver made it and which will make a marked imThe Republicans had that $25 suit and your summer suit hot for the politicians and the "mug- pression upon voters. It is undoubted- invariable sign ot are exhibiting the ate rosigued md appealed to the Loins- cutest baby in the world. I don't see despair. In every laturc of New York for an approval of what more anybody can want to make which cost $10. and I had a dress and wumps" and the "eolleire. consumply designed as a bid for votes; but in contest when the unit oi their course by a The most Ihem' bappyl Do you take milk in vour my new cloak, which, with what the tives," and thus it seemed tor a time as this respoct it does not differ from simi- popular sentiment seemed orvtni-t v.,..... swuiiciess contest m tne annals ol our if the end were at hand. baby had to have, and shoes and hats coffee?" . lar documents which have preceded it, . CT. showed a de- ouuu ciisucu. jne and the ll apIf, therefore, there were the remotest and it is only fair to say that tho Gen- them, disposition country "If you please," said the newspaper for all of us brought the whole amount to oust them from peared in the lobby of the Capitol; cided chance of clo ting Butler President, we eral ha- - "put his best "foot forward," up to nearly $150." man. power, they would resort to the thero wore oly concealed attempts "Just look around Vou and vou will "That makes about forty cents a dav could understnndthat the la'wring men and done it in a more ellective fashion from of alarming the people with at bribery; scar to crown all the defeat tactics and eee what a good wife can accomplish," to V.e aiule'l l the 1.37. making in ail might to brought to vote lor him in than either Mr. Blaine or General Lo- scarecrows and goblins, by picturing of one of the candidates was brought remarked the husband, as he passed to $1.78 of our $2. There is twelve cents large numbers this car. But there is gan. calamities that must follow a Dem- about b one of those scandalous deThe first portion of tho Genoral'i the his guest a plate containing a nice cut a ai' or a 1'ttle over $13 yet to be ac-- . not. He can not got a majority o the ocratic rule. They are resorting to Republican politicians of beef, a couple of boiled potatoes, and counted for. That, I suppoac we can Electoral Col egc, and all that he can letter is devoted to an account of hii thee tactics now. Usually they leave vices to which as a desperate remedy, resort do is to elect Blaine, or t'trow the c!o stewars'.ship as a member of the Demo-crat'- o a uuerai portion oi green peas. "All l'ul' iun ior ineiueiuais. till the closing days of the canvass; Senerally contest was brought to a aT National Convention which nom- them drift of popular opinion is so mi it ihft young wife nodded her head tion into the House, which would elect ine uecorauons oi mis room, inthe but close the cv.l excitement which it Kin.Cleveland. ho only inated Governor Cleveland. Ho shows In either affirmatively, and the newspaper man cluding the rug, the window-curtain- s clearly against them that, although the dled had prompted a nted ofthat cxpensivc-Iookim- r buffet asked, with some surprise, whetherjt helps one or the other of ti: old par-ti- that ho was there made a member of canvass is hardly begun, they are al- fice seeker to murder PresidentGarlicld. , whi h wa- - chosen to aud the laboring man is noiv lo be the in the corner are the handiwork of Mrs. ws possible that tho $13 would cover) ready brandishing their scarecrow's-- and His Administration had been marked R. 'When you get an insight into her a whole year's expenses for two per- - asked to vote for h in in order to do prepare a tariff plank, and that, in Mr. Ilalstead, oi the Cincinnati by a series of disgraceful appointrcnius for improvising household arti sons in amusements, lunches' this. Don't vote for the monopolist such committee, four of live resolutions has bc.-- placed at the ments, some of whkh were clearly tho Cleveland or the monopolist Bla:no: Mibmitlee by him were agreed to withcles you will not think it strange that in New York, etc. of the bureau of horrors. That result of bargains. Among and the lifth failed of head we manage to lay by$200 orSSOO each "O," said Mrs. R. eagerly, "but we vote for the peoplo'.s frienih Butler, out divisi-m- , cuterpriing journalist, who-- o personal tho worst of these was the bciet on of and by so doing elect Blaine or Cleve adoption bv a tio vote. There would year out of my .salary of $ ,000. With" don't have any such expenses. It is is supposed to possess peculiar i certainly You have, O seem to be nothing in this opinion from thesignal manner in which Stanley Matthews for the Supreme a lew Dits ot cam on and tune board very seldom that my husband or my land. weight Court. Of two serious tasks whkh detoiler, a reasonable spite against your record to "cause tho man who made it to Bhecan till a room full of stvlish and ' self has occasion to take a street-ca- r. repeatedly falsified, and who own lace Trust in us, and cut oil withdraw troni political fellowship with it has beenin 1876 that Blaine, and in volved upon Garliold and IPs Cabinet, useful furniture. She can make a dol- - L walk to market and back; it is not e one. the punishment of the your nose. The remedy is a specific those who him; yet this is one declared it ' thieves, lar go farther vcr3' far, and Edward always walks to until to wasbenm with It has been in use for thousands of ot tne reason- - the General assigns for 1880 that Gnffield was now comesbofor-a on colilly; the other, n.il hut .W'Now, Edward, iuleminted the wifi and from his place of business His years, and never been known to fail. Procidentia candidate, the vindication ot his refusal to support the nominee of ward to picture the disa-tor- s with a pretty affectation of renrnnf. daily expenses are just two cents one which will tho rights of Amer.can citizens imprisI Urging the workiugmau to vote for the convention in which he participated. '"the gentleman did uot come here to cent for crossing the bridge in the the election of Cleveland and oned without trial in Ireland, was General Butler follows this up with a attend listen to your praise of myself. He de- - morning and one cent for coming back Butler this year i simply urging him Hendricks two men remarkable for shamefully neglected. In cxtcnuat.on to make a fool of himself. A large recital of his failure to get the minoripiresras-1 understand it;ihe plain facts j at night. and t onscrvati-m- . The labor vote for Butler in thivo or "bur ty platform prepared adopted by the their discretion sas, "will add to their it may be said that the wounding of 'But it is two miles and a half from jui mm u manage to live witnin our Democrats, he ome of tho 153 Southern Electoral votes two States President Garfield and hi long and Binall income. I can tell him in a very your house to the bridge," exclaimed doubt ul States would oulv send Blaine Democratic Convention, lingering illness prevented any serious to the White House, and intrench thoro matters covered by his resolutions were few words just how it is." an I Murmon-isthe newspaper man. for four years- more the very monopo- doalt with clearly and fully by tho ma- rcprcs'irimgMo.icanismUtah: and the devot.on to public business for a time "Very well; go ahead," replied the New Mexico and ou i lie pin oi federal ollicals. J he "That is nothing," interposed Edeubdued husband, helping himself to ward. I walk it twice a day. rain or list? whom the labor reformers have jority report. On the simple score of whole army will bo j been denouncing. What a contempt a declination to adopt his phraseology with relentless ucspo'.iom in the party. Administration of President Arthur took another potato. up the task of punishing the o shine, and I enioy it. It is" the only for the "My husband, as you know, gets a physical exercise that I have. It is but laborer, intelligence of the American in .some parti ulars or his views in oth- Each great Democratic citv with a gar- - thieves a ul make a ostly and ignomini what a and cynical ers, General Butler really has no great- rison of Federal office hofders will be ous failure; it took . salary of 31,000 per year," said the a snort instance from the 2ew lorfc up the task of pro- little .lady, turning with animation end of the bridge lo the store, which is disregard of decency is involved "in the er reason ior complaint than any of the 6trengttened for works not good, and tecting American citizens abroad nnd idea of advising him to vote for Butler members who vo'ed for the platform toward the newspaper man. "He K,iK, in the auinuvcu :il mast :i measurable success. district, as you know. to elect Blaine. He never did so ridic- which he presented. He has, however, uiu tuu""v" .w.vc v7itM a month, and he brings I take my lunch with me." ulous a thing bo'orc; why should he be the right to choose the course which foitsfor the bonanzas contained in them Those imprisoned under the Coercion ret home $8 and a few cents- - When we for an indefinite period. It is into this of March, IKS!, were liberated a short "Don't you now? not were married we made up our minds amusement?" ever go to places of such a foolHe will We do out believe he seems best, and as a result of that choice prom ed land of fraud and violence time before tho act expired by 1 mita-- i B will be. lind tho truth we have his letter. , . FOto live as to be able to put some"Once in a great while ra wife about the Butler-Blain- e "deal" There is a sharp contrast between that those who aro abusing the very tion. So far as known the AdministraDrttijo f reformers are leading." thing in the bank each month, and we I spend money for such things, bat aud November, and will decline to be before General Butler's tion has been honest and decent iu tho not made treatment of the labor The most curious feature of solhave not yet failed to do so. We fisr- - very often. We cannot afford it, and a tool of; and Butler once found out bv question and that accorded it b Mr. emn warning is that it comes this a conduct of ordinary 'official business, from ,.. n..( .i,n him, will suffer the fate that is always Blaine. Indeed, that portion of tho .ureu mat our ai.uw a vr;tr rave us . wa tmth hnri .,, .,.!, and the appointments under it h ivo party that is the first in the history of been in the ma n creditable. The great-about.S3.7-- a day, and we baied all of money thus spent into books ' and stay hanging by the merest thread above the letter of the former seems to have tlie country to our estimates of expenses on tbnt. I t imma .,,! ...i n i. .. organize and tolerate est scandal outside of the failure of the .i.- head of any politician who, being de- been peined with especial reference to colossal official rings and conspiracies prosecution of Dorsey and his comrades i Botb of us have lived m Brooklyn, most N a Hole item we left out of. our ealcu- - void of conviction and principle himsel', the utterances of the'lalter. Mr. Blaine in the very departments of the Governof our lives, and wo concluded to stay lation. We pay lifty cents aT month for comes to thinkat last that "politics" is spoke of the rich rewards which labor ment for purposes of robbery a party was the attempt to secure polical con-- i . nere. wt course, tins flat is a great the privilege of drawing books from a only the manipulation of a large body received in this trol of this State for the Admin'stra- country, and intimated from it,JL,. ':... .1.. ..... n( n .j.way from the bridge and the femes "uik, nninn. circulating library. That takes six dol- of fools by a small body of knaves. that any frugal man could readily, from ring and the luius sin nun mu awingKv t.'nn hv tlin rin"-T.. i,n, . i,.., about two and a half miles, isn't it, lars out of the forty-thre- e nartv ni Rnrn nnr- ill Willi Cllllillli; ,i. .Tl.il- LIIU ... his savings, acquire a home for himself. wiivsu l..; dollars that New York Post, Edward? but the neighborhood is was not accounted for. Fortunately . v..aoiliet OI icers liavii -mnn in warts got possession of the Ropublcan General Butler says: " Laboring men yiasriington poor, and left ani.tirespectable and healthful. We for my wife, she had a great many acCampaign Lies. are out of employment and starving, the list of whose eminent office rich: State Convention at Saratoga by fraud pay S20 a month for this flat, and we quaintances in Brooklyn, and after a quarter of a century of Repub- Representatives is a list of Senators and and nominated Folgcr. The reiiiltwas she mil'imi.iirps a salutary defeat of tho Republican The public press has a right, inrent out the front parlor for $3 a month, all of the social recreation that she had lican rule. had deed it is its duty, to dicuss thoand careers country, even in its We have in thii and bond holders; which already uses ' party all along the line, which brought 4 which bringalottr rent down to $12 a time to take. She and Tboth nree, inyouth, almost the civil service armv "with relentless about a rcvi-io- n and characters of candidates for office: month, or about forty cents a dav. however, that it is of the tariff that tho to save The landlord pavs the water bill for least as much as weour duty youno- at but it has no right, and it is an abuse fancy as regards in the life of Nat ons, despotisnl in the service of the party," Republicans in 1SS:) had declared it do. A richer men than any other country and which already makes a Republican man the" whole building, and as we do not sacrilege to m nldle with, and the passwith a small salary and a family on his of its powers, to circulate scandals and in the world, aud as poor men as any J burn gas we have no gas bills. The hands runs a great risk in spending all to magnif' ordinary incidents for po- ot'ier country in the world, however en- garrison of the Fe'deral officers in every age of the Civil service law which is large city. litical purposes. It is an unfortunate oil that we burn costs us thirty cents a now happily iu operation. Wc say he earns. Suppose country may be, for a Every possible comparison of Demo- confidently "that it would be diffmonth in the winter, and, of course, that lit of sickness. he Bhould liave feature in American politics that ma- slaved that poorer than'starvation." man a long What aplight licious personal assaults on candidates can not be cratic rule with Republican much less than that in the summer. I his family would be in! They Geneial Butler's forcible presentation onstrates the falsity of the rule dem- icult to find anywhere so disgraceful would, are too frequent, and in connection with do my own nousework, and therefore in a short time, become Halstead a record for t e space of four years. It of the condition of the workmgmcnand prediction. subjects for the ' attacks it is humiliating we save the servant's wages and what charity of Every such conipari-o- n bribery the neighbors. None of that such many respectable ;oiirnals to note- workingwomen of the United 'States is in favor of tne Democracy. It was is covers bribery at the ballot-bointhat the servant would waste. As for fuel, for me, if you please. and the in the Legisfaturo, boasting openly of a strongargument asrainst the industrial Democratic House I would rather dividual;--- , incapable pe haps of g we use !ten tons of coal a year, the av- deny of 1S7-"-. tha. broke corruption, bargains in regard to tho myself unnecessary comforts and ; f such falsehoods, do not hesitate policy which has been pursued by the erage cost of which last year was about have the consciousness Republican party, and it shows that tho wiiiqiftad0 extravagance and 'oobcry' spoils, quarrels about tho fulfillment of that if anything to circulate them when .sonic meaner prevailed at Wash ?6.60 a ton, brought into the building. ihould happen to ton nii- - these bargains, employment of feminine is me, my wife and them birth. The most the prkle "protective" system, which W; ..That makes seventeen or eighteen cents would have a little something child person has gh-eand boast of tlie Republicans, the policy ePuu""caus, and infixotl:ced ' decoy s aud spying through hotel Iran- " to fall seriou result of this evil is that it grad- of reduction of taxatic adayT" and soras, negle t of public duty, mismanhas back upon." uallr educates the people to a certain and built up monopolies and crushed expenditures -- and tha in spite of tho agement, collusion with criminals, lor- iiTell him about the provisions," said impoverished labor. "Do your employers allow, vou a indifference as to all utterances respect- determined opposition of Republictbe:knsband, with a chuckle. gery for political ends and assassinaGeneral year?" ing the past acts of candidates, and sagacity in Butler diplays his political an leaders. It was three Democratic tion. We say that ou ttich a record it VlT am coming to that part of the vacation eachsuch large houses, Xo. In the recommendation to his Governors of New York Tilden. Rob- is as the leads the ji to vote accorning to polit- - supporters to etory," said the little woman, with a one I am with shameless impudence for the Repubcombine with the opposithreatening glance at her husband. to make the there are too many clerks ical proclivities irrespective ol such tion in order to make their influence inson and Cleveland who inaugurated ' lican party to ask the people to elect e era of vacation plan feasible. mitter-"- . Ithasgron into a familiar retorin in that State. Under its candidates. some Then addressing Herself to the silent Only the heads of consciousdepartments are adage that "a man never knows him- -' felt. He plainly gives his reason for Republican rule the Southern States ness of the weakness little gtwetUsba, said: "Edward, makes a ranted leaves of absence of their case is this course, and his recommendation with of pro: igacy irianifest in the fact that the Republicgrsat deal of fun about my buying the f should want to go away pay II self until he is nominated for office," will no doubt have great weight with re"e wallowing-ground- s for a week and pergonal abuse of candidates is de,baucbery: under Democratic rule an leaders did not dare to put forward provisions for our table, because I will this summer f I their Governments have been adminis- - the head of the Adm'nistration for elecever let the cost of what we eat go mission to go,might possibly get per"VEliUll U.HUCIU DM 5H7 i troit Free Press as business rather UW1I1If tion, abpve a certain amount each week. If dull, but I would lose rk'W"lu decencV and economy. he is a purer man than my week's pay." nated for the Presidency, the discredit the Democratic States of NewJer-je- j. Blainethough less responsible for tho r we kave The Tribune, the leading Blaine and au extra good dinner one day N. T. Timts. Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, party disasters. It was enough to disable facts iu Im t ongressonal career organ of the country, refuses outright we practice a little for the iennessee res of the week. Some days we do not The policemen of Montreal Can., wore known and demonstrated. The to pay its printers the prices which other free from and Kentucky aro quite as qualify him that he was ex officio rerecord had bcea made up and officially papers pay. How these Blaine leader, corruption ami fraud this day political h tory of tlie atany bmer, other days we go with- are hereafter to be required to be for as the Republican States of Mavachn- - j sponsible yeai-s- .the IStiffaU G'jurizr- past few out milk, and in warm weather we only to speak both English and Fraocli. able published by Irading members of his do love k workingmen! clean-handed, j'Luckaew., Luckriow! Aword-.tconjuro with of everya word oncelirfj body and bringijc up memories in de tail nf that TOt remarkable of nil sieges, when xiv five long months a starving grrisop ot i',000 souls held thejjwrassing fire of a out pagan enemy. Commencing SsPj o'clock one morning we managjfl to "do" Lueknovv, superficially atBast, by noon the day-fvoring that J1H exposure. The first the Dilkusha palace. place visited Only tho ponderpus ruins of this once strttcturere now standing. The walls are f uUy tofeet thick, ami large trees are srow&K in the interior. Tho palace was bJW ('a European style) by an old MiMiMfmau.as a bunting-bo- x nd private "5MonfMor favorites of thti-raout- SCHOOL ASD CHURCH. " - 1 o nn ainst well-armtr- d. ed I J n ..... Tho Chinese Baptists of. Oregon have erected a church and sugrigre iu missionary in their natives land. Sari ! Frnncisco Call. ) young Christian Chinamen who is Barning tvvontv-fiv- c dplhrsa month tho Island of Tahiti devotes we"hty Hollars of it to the purchaso of tracts and leaflets for distribution among his -A t. . If j lit ff-- j ' - ....! tjff, VI j ri-"- l. a 1 - "To-morro- ! w j r- -S !.? - 1 pretCj.fe.? to We were next drtven . ge .. 1 .'. hari-kar- i. t, money-grabbe- r. 1 -- O, r arch-dem-ao,r- it - Flf-ure- - m IVc-ident- lt-8- leix-ndr"; 1 Im.-ko- n r- m Vice-Preside- nt -- - oiucu-iioiuu- rs wire-pull- er office- -holders i i w-a-s - hu-ba- ; n, I I a-- tho-w?- ? fi de-ir- e. i. Vice-Preside- mSsm!mss0m m uldl " 4RkJhu 1 pre.-ogattv- , -- Anti-Monopo- ly al t. Pre-identi- al 4 I 1 .. ... - vice-rresuto- nt I j . ! j J -- . e di-ap- and-even cs C7 J car-far- e, n 1 horny-hande- d Star-rout- I -- -- m - civil-servi- u-- cd Star-rout- , deep-seate- j i d s dry-goo- ds .,. J tere or Cbnstantia. rambling pile still in agoodatate( preservation, Bmbodying many types f" essentially Occidental architecture. a top is ornamented jvith a good deatxjf stucco gingerbread work, and with a profusion of statues, including images of mytho logical deities and prancing lions with lanterns for eyes. In front of the building, and between it and tho Goomty River, is a large tank with a tall column in its center. This building has quite a history. It was erected by a philanthropic Frenchman named Claude Martine, who came to India as i penniless adventurer and dieddol-a worth millions of lars. The building was put up at an enormous cost a little over seventy-fiv- e years ago. Martine died before it was finished, but left funds for its endowment as a school, ordering that his remains should be entombed in it to secure it from possible confiscation. Thus, as we approached the building, we could hear the Hum ot mj voices, and saw dark but smooth-skinneAnglo-India- n boys wandering about perusing their lessons. The tomb of tho first King of Oddo was tho next thing ou our fist. Passwoman who was ing by a frowsy-heade-d beating her breast on the street, we walked under an immense gate bearing the inscription. "Shah Nuzzuf," and name of the King, Mirsa The tomb proved to be an immense domed mausoleum, adorned s outwith thousands of side for purposes of illumination, and with vast quantities of glassware and tinsel stuff within. It was before this tomb that the "relief" of Lucknowmet with its severest opposition. Here it was, also, that Brigadier Adrian Hope by going alone to distinguished him-el- f seek for an unguarded wicket gate, which he found just at the supremo moment. The Kaiser Bagh, one of the chief monuments of Lucknow, was the great of Oude, work of the present who is a State prisoner at Garden Beach, in the suburbs of Calcutta. It was commenced in 1818 and finished a ,,. about two years later at;n cost i r.nn mtn ii.: llKt? uiii iiiwiii-jllllll i:i. tl.iuv'iuasIII mc r,,r.nr,- , siM&cc Ui muit have been the theater of numerous brilliant spectacles before it was despoiled of its royal fnrniture and appointments. Its fountains, gardens and pavilions still testify of the splendors of tho past, when they belonged to one of the most extravagant of eastern courts. Lying all around the great open square of the Kaiser Bagh proper arc various piles, more or less pretentious, that served to shelter some part of the royal household or its belongings. Thoro is'one court that was formoriy paved with silver. There are tombs, gates, and observatories, and over on tho bank of the Goomty River are two moro elaborate palaces, one called the Chutter Munzil by reason of tho gilt umbrellas with which its domes arc surmounted. This building is now used as a museum and public library hall. But whatever of architectural fame Lucknow has is embodied in .the great Imambara. Even this is of brick plastered over, but one quite forgets that in the first burst of superficial admiration. The entrance to the tomb for it is a tomb, liko many of India's grandest palaces is marked by the usual double gateways, within which is a large tablet inscribed with the British lion and unicorn, and the universal "Dieu ct Mon Droit." stands upThe real Imambara on an elevated terrace at the rear of a spacious court filled It was with fountains and flowers. built by Nawab Asafuddanlah at an inestimable cost. Ho was anxious to perpetuate his momorv, and required the achitects to snbmit'their plan.s to a competition, each oue vouching that his building should be a copy of no existing structure, and that it should surpass everything of the kind over built in Kaitiat-ullaarchitectural beauty. the successful competitor, builded well, and I humbly bow before this graceful monument of the art of antiquity. Tho dimensions of the grand hall are 1G7 feet by 52 feet, and at each end are Major-General the Martin"! LrJ countrymen. Iua church near Chicago the mem- bers of the congregation liav constantly before their eyes this mottort iH-3cribed on one "of the wallsi only one, but I am one; I cannot-d- o everything, but I can do .something; what I can do I ought to do, and 'what I ought to do, by the grace of God I will do. Cfivago Journal. At the Congregational Club of Now York Dr. Clapp said,,, among, other ?j "I-am- "" Jj s " " one 350i0rt0 temple, fdo norbelfeT the Lord cares whether a church cost $10,.) or $j)).v r, but I do believe ho cares whether thero is one church or fifty churehes. N. Y. Times. hngland has a population of and sends 5.0J0 students to Scotland hor two great universities. has a population of 4,0)J,000, and has 4,50) university students. Germany has a population of IS.000,000 and has . 22,500 in her universities. The New England States have a population of i, 110,000, and have 1,000 in their colChicago Herleges and universities. l'o,-000,0- 00, tin il? (ft .L..I?-aLaAt- iJTad.'ta. f .4.'dS?if"JD U.I ald. d Gahzeeod-deenhyde- r. candle-holder- The Yale men are still of tho opinion that the greatest triumph of the . year achiovcil by their colloge was when the champions of the blue came.. I In at New London four whole lengths t ahead of Harvard in the great boat-rac' We may expect next year that in both colleges boating will be the study that will engage the chief attention of the ! students. What time they have left they may condescend to spend on Latin .1 aud Greek and such comparatively useless matter. .V. Y. Examiner. In 1881 the average income of male teachers in Vermont was $7.41 a week, while in 1881, under the influence of a I benign and progressive civilization, it. Tt has risen to $8.58. The female teachers in 18SI were paid $1.21 a week, which sum has been increased to $5.01 in 1884. It is also stated that the number of schools and teacher has very considerably decreased within tho period a statement that is not at all surprising. It is evident that New England needs some reform in her educational policy at home, before claiming the privilege of holding herself up as a shining exemplar to the rest of the' e. ex-Ki- . uu-sai- Tlie London Tablet says: The ordinary expenses of the Holy See may be put down at about 5,000,000 f rani's, and certain other expenses may bring the total tip to nearly 7,000, 000." Formerly the Holy Father drew from the States of the Church au annual civil list of 3,210,0') I francs, which was employed in the maintenance of his court, of the Cardinals residing in Curia, of tho personnel of the Punciaturas, the various congregations, etc. That is tho reason why tho Italian Government offered Pius IX. tho annual State income of 3,200,000 francs. Since the seizure of tho Papal States many other expenses, which formerly were met by other means, have to be undertaken by 4he Pope's civil list. Leo NIIL, moreover, spends about 500,000 francs in alms each year. PUXUENT country. Current. PARAGRAPHS. . V richly-decorat- "his-payonc- e- , j ? i i flm-tin- (;.). star-rout- e' : "'"'" ct - x, t , origi-natin- tne.-"?--r"- n so-call-ed " ' j j t'-i-e ' &!" J??"! 1- self-deni- al , A teacher defined conscience "as something within- - you that tells you when you have done wrong." "I had d of it once." spoke up a young six summers; "but tney had to scntl for the doctor." Bridget "Wot's the most genteel thing for a lady as is a lady to carry in the street, Nora?" Cook "Sure, thin. e some prefers a book; but 1 prefers a roll of music, mesilt, quite careless and "xisy like." It is true, generally speaking, that ' nothing is impossible with God; but it is very nearly if not quite impossible for God to mako a man so perfect as many a follow thinks he is or rather tries to make others believe him tt be, Boston TranvripL There comes a time in every littlo girl's life when she is seized with a long- to cook. And there comes a time in every big girl's life when she is seized with a longing to hire somobody else to cook. It comes after she gets married. Detroit Post. Some strolling thespians were once playing "Macbeth" iu a country town. Their properties wore not keptin vcry syjtemntic order, for when the herb " of Shakespeare's drama exclaimed. "Is that a dagger that I see before me?" a shrill voice responded from tho "flies."-"No, .sir; its tho putty knife The dagger's lost." Exchange. In the midst of a loud hum and buzz of a social gathering one day this fellow week an e feet called out: impudentlet's all suddenly octagonal apartments "Now, stop, in diameter. The interior is filled with our breaths and go on ahead catch for same exquisitely useless insignia rest of the evening tolling nothing the the but that I noticed in the Shah Nuzzuf. truthful stories and things." Tho com-- j Around about the Imambara are various pany grew dumb and soon dupersed... magnificent foundations and incomplete Too much was required of them. The structures, lefi by this same Nawab. Review. There is anincipient musjid intended "My son," asked a proud father, to surpass tho famous Jumma Musjid after tho usual greetings upon the of Delhi, but at his death it failed to young man's return home from college, There are also "have you a microscope among materialize further. yout four stories of a gigantic watchtower traps?" "A microscope dad," replied 'started that he might look which he the astonished youth. "Yes, my son; down from its top upon "the great you have been in college, you know, Babylon thathe had built," also falling four years, and I thought if you had a into decay;-- ; &"" Philadelphia Press. micposcopc handy I should like to see how much you had learned." Horses all Out. Dumley Gad accompanied a friend-homto dinner, and, as they seated Yorker (back to the city for tha New to have a ride, but it is themselves at the table, the hostess redav "1 want trust that you will make too hot to take my high stepper out-L- et marked: "IMr. Dumley. My girl left one of your regular livery allowances, me have very unexpectedly, horses Dash, for instance. He is old me this morning and I was compelled to cook the dinnei tough." and "O, certainly, my dear myself." Liveru and Boarding Stable Keeper madam, certainly," responded Dumley, is out for the day." "Dash with much manner; "I can put up with "Well, Swift will do."-- ' anything." N. Y. Graphic "He has been hired for a funeral." l about tho bay mare?" "How Stings And Bites. "She is out; in fact, all my horses are out" .. An old woodsman of Australia, who "Too bad. Well, hitch up my used to catch snakes for pastime says that a raw onion bruised and applied as"Yes, but, ahem! You see, sir, I as possible to the wound is a cer- , thought your trotter needed exercise, lain cure for the bite of all the venottf- so I sent him out, too." otts serpents of that country except the "What, this hot weather?" death addor, which he admits is so "O. he is in a cool place. I took care poisonous, and its poison is so quick of that." that there is no known remedy "Where?" for it-- That the onion is a specific for "He's hauling an ice wagon." Phil- the sting of poisonous insects of all adelphia Colt. kinds has long been known to the . writer of this paragraph, who, when a- There are sixty-tw- o Catholia I boy, invariably carried one on expedi- churches in New York City. N. Y. tions Willi CULUimuiuus daiuau uuiut-tSun. nests, etc. It was found that the appli- cation of onion juice would instantly . It is estimated that 1, 100,000 men allav the pain caused by the stinging'of are employed in operating the railroads hornets, wasps, hew,. Chicago Herald. of this country. etc. Washington wr. . tow-heathree-volumed h, . fifty-thre- l' , e - Hani-blotonian- ?" o yellow-jacket- s, K? " ' . V "J 1 "- - - - t I- I ' lima iHBj . . '' m. mam m Anecdote of Inraniel ITebsteiv FARM AXD FIRESIDE. sho wont,on, 'ifll? tellyotf that I ' The Wood RiTnrrMlinX A TOUCHING IXCIDEXT. .S describes the speed of afiro in that ec- 0 backfill ehe thought more of this than anythinelso Cotton-see- d moal is excellent for A Every one who has road 1 Knew Tonne Glrl'a Dementia How It was told. fc' vhonI went Into tho river. uun. "jtne entire country for forty or w JP cows and sheep, but should nevor bo TfeGEORCE WARREN, iPubllshor.- Occasioned Somo Xerr nd Start- there was no real danger if I kept a Ticknor .Curtis' Life of fifty miles each side of Shoshone seems Caadaetar Melius S7 Ca'elUi( f JmWr-Troy Time. I'joc Tratbt. ' steady head. But I hope the little boy ster will remember John Tavlor. Mr. given to pigs and horses. more steps before he was near efloujrh t All Traveler. o be in flames, and the fire appears to A wash of lime, soda or tobacco KENTUCKY. rto sav: "Acu ;r i UlUifn miss, if it will ' won't tase cold, and as. thati is my own ) ebstcr's tenant and factotum at Frank HI0K3IAK. Tho St. Loui3 express, on the Kew York 06 joining in all directions. . .. . FovaKKxrmx. X". T Teh. 23, 1384. i The in, 2scv Hampshire, and Robert Wise, tea will drive away scale bug? and ..i.shorten vonr ii. t KYe no objection , aaner just now"- Central Road, was crowded one evening acou recover himself to lind he old Revolutionary soldier who came othor parasites from trees; but tho recently, when at one of the way stations, rapidity with which it spreads under a Dr. D. K4nntdf, Rvndaut, .V. T.i medicine for this once " ' high wind is wonderful. About noon f DeaHSix: IbsTe ned jour home from .the war with Captain cnd Dr. healthier and more vigorous the tree a there was but a mere breeze, with a KESKEPrS FAVOniTE KEMKDy.Iorlndleit(e "Oh. I shall r.f H, it ajrain,"Rnth speech, sheihadjvept him a mocking THE PILGRIM ASD THE FLOWER. Webster, air. Webster's father, tho less liable it is to such pels. A'. Y. an olderly gentleman, accompanied by subject t "timet. d ihinjr toward tho aud young lady, ontereil the cars and finally spurt or two. Yet the fire traveled nd Dizziness, to which I sooner co through a wUiaer coiirtt9Tand Ii O implo flower, springing where ncss Aiu.a.ouur jio.usufiuucnias nooau seen one built for himself a little cottju on Sun. J secured a seat. As the conductor ap faster than a horse could run, and in fcnoir from experience tnat tht worthy of lftii ca corner of the Webster farm, wHcre The lonely meadows sleep In prcon, It is stated that tho best thing to proached the pair, the young lady arose, less than one hour had covered twenty-fiv- e be said of It for disorders of ' Vlod. iri "But that is not tbo shortest fay." ihcr speed six weeks before. ' Respectfully, l"ou opo your tinted petals fair. Bennett," Mrs. Aloxandor he lived and died. Skirting the Web- drive away rats is the peppermint plant. and in a pleading voice said: ho went on; it is much nearer ly tho an incense o ertho scene. W. S. Miuc:. O Harrison street. And breathe or thirty miles. The flames would You cheer my eye with srailo to sweet said, a few days later, coming into tho ster property, and passing b- - the spot They can not boar th- - smell of it, and coachhouse. Here let me show you." "Please, sir, don't let him carry mo to rise in the air about thirty feet, break Thst Dr. DAVID KENNEDYS FAVORITE 1 pfcusc to rest my ptiffnm xeci. ,,0h, L couldn't think, of troubling library after the children had gono, "I where Robert Wise took up fas humblo disappear. A few drops of the oil of the asylum. I am not crazy; I am a littl'J in big blocks, sail along with the vind, KEMEDT ts extensively used slonj: the line of the Won tired, but not star shoncout InVnrinsr frou. Thank vou bus OTu'll ct wet have a uomniision o discharge. It's abode, tlicre had long been aferryway, peppermint should bo equally ellica-ciou- you please mad. Oh no, indeed. home? j and land about 100 to 300 feet ahead. Hudson Rtfer Railroad." Is shows' h the foUowtnz A'rlittrlnfr cream f havopapa take me back from Tarrytown. The writer Is none othcthaa Mr. roo to, Doiieuuittts ray;- - ta iou cunir hv'nn r:.nln wlnfr Gievclarfd Leader. rathoca peculiar one, but I hope vou loading to a ferry aqross'the aicrrimac yourself." VAlrl-ri r; The conductor, accustomed though be Its speed is not surprising with such DeReTere, the Station Agent of the Hudioa'KtTer ..... Dua- uncunoa to ncITT." far.' ? ' . an- - won't mmtl such a thing eoimns Kivor. The ferry was established durAn advantage from weeds consists was to all phases of humanity, looked with gigantic leaps. "Since I iC' I lour latlro&d Company at Tarrytowc. a maa weU fcnowi la ' caporom bournes that communltyj swerca Jlr. Halo ftS iifiapologizaig io uirougu a mini person, t ui courscuie ing the last century, and after Robert in the necessity that they impose for astonishment at tho pair as didA the a U V i only Know nijxiviru Iisknttwyiot whore w U isc had lived there for some time it uivre. fey and with Mttmtion is peculiar, and rathordelicato himself for -- !.,. Taibttottx. If. Y, Teb. ae, 138. better cultivation than would otherwise othor passengers in their vicinity. sufficed, Three colored children were re- Dr. D. Ktnntdy, EondouL. X. ).- words from tho father, however, i He thoug lit he would came to bo called Wise's Ferrv. The be given. If itwer? not for the weed You are a joy in this green epol. tho words ho tro.,.Uii neat umlhella. lor Mr. Hale. passed on while the cently admitted to Trinity Church"" at UiarSir: Tor a longtime I was troubled with ferry You drtnlt the air llko poldon wtno; and walked witi. l.or. It was onfc' two rainer put u into m naiulb; that is, sides,way was originally fenced "on bth corn would bo neglected until the crop and the conductor her face to the wdndow. Norwich, attacks of Vlzzinent and Blind Sicle lifi&achtt vouutr ladv turned Yob labor noU you sorrow not, Conn., two descendants of I thought It. as due to Impure blood and a disorder! and it ran between the Webster was past hope. A. Y. Examiner. minutes. Tho n.mii he took wis shbrter. rather let me lind out first your your Tho writer chanced to be seated just bo- - General Tho stars like angels on you hinc. I was adiled farm and a farm belonging at the timo Israel Putnam being sponsors. puteof tne system. and hare been to try TAVOKITB wander forth tho child of fear. V. completely cured. did and Miss Bennett hurried all she could. feeling abot it." f It is believed that the production of hind the old goutluuianand could notafore- 1'ifty-on- e years ago Miss Prudence Cran-dal- l, UFsMEDbest Ithingso, erer beard of for nay disorder of I II the And lcavo in each new land a tear. of wjhich we are about to seak, to Deago the desire to speak to him. With sad Miss Uennett looked up bewildered. Sho spoke no word till'""0 reached the tbat nature, and I've recommended It to many with canary-seeo generally employed for face and a trembling voice the father said : Farley. The fence on Webster's of the adjoining town of CanterIke success. A. DiUktiex, When silver twilight, like a zone, Alexander hedf e; thea sjie . saif , as "I don't understand, Mrs. Alexander. con of Jly daughter has boon attending ina bury, was thrust into the murderers' the ferry way had been allowed feeding pet birds, canbe'profitabh car'ItcRtswhero the sunot jrlorios di. Is it about tho little boy? Does Mr. sido Dr KESKEDVS FAVORITE REMEDY Is ot hastily: "I atn"verWnuc" ODlipeii sue- ried on in this country. Bennnary in a distant town and was mIs-- ? The flrclly makes your bloom his throne, cell, in old Brooklyn jail, because she confined tn Its sphere of usefulness to.eae State orJo Halo want to reward mol'ia deep iluah o fall into decay, but the fence on the raised to a considerable It was onco and I shall not trespass again." He Is our star, you are hU sky. extent in this ties, together with a great ambition, placed had been found guilty of teaching a callty, but Is hailed as a boon by hundreds In erer7 Farley side had been well kept up- - In No poluon lamp with tlamo for what I did? "A pretty girl," Sir. Hale said to tuflused her fairness as the foltowfiiK letter1 from" Ml'Jtllle, X. J, In beams of beauty bathes my name. the year is is, after a bridge had ca titate, but its cultivation was abandoned her in the front ranks of tho school, but class of colored girls in a school held in 6tate. , himself, as he watched her living I couldu t take his money, of course." on account oi iow pneos. riio once she studied too closely, was not careful ot her heusc. Trinity Church now stands will show: i Haj.ra.u'S.J.' j On dowy moss you rest your brow; "I don't know that he would look at built acres the river, tho town voted to has recently advanced, owing to the uer health, and her poor brain has neon toward the shelter oftho porch. j'Mrs. ' ' Kennedy. Kottlout, .V. T The soft wind, like a mother s Alexander's governess'. Hum"' But it quitu in that light," Mrs. Alexander discontinue the fcrrvwavsnH tho fern. partial failure of tho crop in foreign turned. I am taking her to a private on thj very site of the old jail. Hartfor- Dr. Datid I bid been a sufferer : Dear Sir: Touches your llp-- so smiling now and tho land reverted, of course, totfio hop shew-il- l soon ba d-Pott. asylum whore wo from tbo time I was sixteen years old. I hadeoawhat the last word SjSntin his thpught answered. Joy "it probably helped to Iear flower."! know nomy llko thU' . ! uiicu lanous.ppjsicians out couia sua no reuei. Deacon Farley, as- countries. Chicago Thnen. IJcnow not where better." head ho could hardly have'tftld Terlmps it bring matters to a climax; with him. original owner. crrr Baked hash: Chop cold roast or Though all tho wide world is my bed! the next station tho old man and bis At suming that tho laud belonged to himCathollo College. his three moth- Indeed, hp intimated as much. And only reminded him tnat and M self, removed all tniccs of the fence on boiled beef, veal or ham very lino: sea- daughter loft the cars, but tho incident, so is a rowan! of my mind soon It's the best medicine Mi t of DEad thoughts beat throughthe dusu llko rain, erless children would r- - bo needing; perhapsitit is (tuitC) a ter virtue. Cer- his own side, and included the wholo of son well with salt, pepper, butter and suggostlve strangeShakespeare's tho Ophelia, Crois J. D. Kingsley, Secretary, Holy hare been cured. the greatest confidence.-I ever knew of, and worthy of weary "with feet are t ' tainly tho storybook awakened College Gymnasium, Worcester, thoughts in mind ot Mes. fa. C. DoceazBTT. Yet Heaven ne'er heard my tonjmo complain, one. any herbs that you few It is an My dnjs arc linked with, earnest trust; "iliss Bennett," Mrs. Alexander said, stvje; but you are pretty enough and the land in his own territory up to tho boiled potatoe- - cut in like: add a, and the writer.population ofabsolute fact that Mas., writes: Every member of our club small piece-.whilo the line where the Webster fence formerly America increased froikly admits that St. Jacob's Oil, tha And like yon pooc.bird on the thorn, a week later, "where. - ou met Vlr- brijrht enough; as 1 told him. for al- t My heart will sing e'emhough 'tis torn. enough hot water or meat grav to thirty per cent, during thodecade between conqueror stood. e He is a Halo? He seems to'know von: and last, mosp any position. of pain, is tho boat cure they 3870 I860 tho insanity was " air. Webster camo up to Franklin moisten it; mix thoroughly, put in a over and hHMred and thirty-jic- increase cent. iaro ever used, and all sneak of it in terms You bow your gentle bloom and die. night at the "arden party he leigned to uiau iumsolf: it isn't such a w ondei'iUl ono cover with a crust of good pastrv; for the same period. Travelers per soon after this had been done and was Kissed by tho autumn's lips of frost. by railTof the highest approbation. 60 cent a bet- say that if it'would savi you 'time-ani coudeseousion when ono remembers God made my life immortal. I. akoa bvwhat ho saw". Ho Tost. half hour. Servo hot. X..Y. by iwnt, or in carriages in any part ot tar tie, fatigue, you miht o through' tho park. that, u Ilp.couldu'tj expect to marrj' in- - greatly-incenscThis is tne Through dying, count no hope as lost. ISP mean "Po!oned with rotash." been unwtss iann see large and eiaoorate Duiuuut,, nj ordered John Taylor iifio'hl? sitting-roowith hundreds who hTe M Vina nntSrwirl rri- nnrhans. pninim to the Mayjtower, for all his wealth. You breathe vonr tvpft nnnl m tho tr- inquire what they are? to enouch h take SanpatU.as. Potash mixtures, etc. VnAT Is th. difference Toetwen a Godand said to him, sternly. "John Where I breajpc mine lol God fa there. Prune Jelly: Stew one pound of Swift's .Mis 1' atewst fatally Impaired. Heiinott felt tu if her enspj up from the viV:io." And wueu KutS Irnano asylums dess or Iitltorty and n detective? Oue ii until digestion SptdDc Is a regeUble remedy, and restores the system ' Smile on, thou star vv bo tiulids tuemr were playing her tal-"You don't Taylor, how came you to stand still and prunes in water enough to cover them had told hereof' nho lifted her vy of this greon place; always on the dollar and the other always to health and Lulids up the waste made by thesa land?" Mr. well; take out the stones; dissoho 1ml f Vour peaco that in my coui tlnds birth Each State; every county: hundreds ol on the scent. poltoos. a li'e. "It's a concession a moan you oan I moan,", she oriod, let'Deacon Farley steal rayhis Speaks In tho smllo that lights my face; was suCriice with Blood "Imonths with Mercury andPoison and treatedmake Webster was in one of 'blackest a paper of gelatine. Stir it into the hot private individuals, and In all cases their from him," 3he said. "that he wants to marrv me? ' great ctcssion rotash. only to And whon your 'bloom Is lost to earth capacity is taxed to the utmost. moods. wife blmh to alc me worse The Potash took away my appetite and Poor Taylor was terribly water that the prunes are stewed in. Mrs. Alexander put her arm about hor Its memory, llko an anircl blpt It makes a Pdt I don't want it," cried Huth. Why? dresa is watered. ChicaQO giTe me dyspepsia, and both gave me rheumatism. I Shall find a heaven within mv breast! '1 suppose Bocausemen, in business and the pro- her If her silk I'd rather so miles around now.! You ' soothingly tlirn took barsapurtUa. etr. AU these SarsaparOla it is rathct frightened, for in all his life he hail Sweeten to taste. Add tho juice to two .mui ii . tnrtiginChic-MCwnrtnt.0. mixtures hare rotash In them. This made me stfU nan't think how his 1.manner humiliated overwhelming. im dear. It was to me iicvcr een his great friond in such a lemons. Pour over tho prunes. Make fessions, women, at homo or In society, TribHHt. worse, as It drove the poison farther Into my system-9. 1 f'.l ?..ii,. I shoald take friend a u rommiueu mo aj. tirst. But. alt-- all. why should he towering passion air. Wobster ordored tho day before so that there will bo time and children at school overtax their menof Pittsburgh, Pa., cured meInsisted Blood Poison, Swift's FpeclQc asdlt Sidney mckfJiciuas t u WO TRESPAS'SLM A droreihe Mercury and of the tal and nervous forces by work, worry writes: "IOcncnuxmto. Wm. Haia'h Boston QtJL There are the three children, ol him, intonos of thunder, to go and bring for it "to harden thoroughly. linvu-.e1 am aa well is I Da. Potash out of my system, and UHJKIIUUUIIUIU OIU. nnd care. This brings about nervous GEO. O. TVELLMAS. Js.. r Globe. Deacon FarlCy. Lcnos many years with the ererwas." aniLJ3iQfe,nventv years older. Fori the indigestion and eventually mania. It was painted, in verj black letters Mrs. Alexander smilod at her Salem. Mass. The deacon came, and he, too. was Somo growers maintain that pear on a very white board. Ho who ran mence, but she had her own reason for and he hadn't much hosidos his money It is not always trouble with the henrt rnos' gratifying results. Thea pain and rack Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to body, incidental to tight cough, applicants. of the SWIFT SPECTFIC CO.. far . could read, and Ruth Bennett was onlv not encouraging i. "It's quito on an- - to rccommead hiiu; but it would bo a saluted with a burst of wrath that made trcos are much less liable to blight if that cause- ininsanity. It of oftener arises goon disappear. My wife frequently sends Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. from evils other parts "walkinrr verv fast vlirn thMmn unit other footing now, since lie pdriiHfT5plondidhtrnu for j'ou. dear. It Seems him tremble- .- Ho modestly replied that left to grow in the grass than if culti- nervous system determines tho body. The for HaIX's IUi.sam Instead of a physician." the K. T. OOce. 159 W. 23d St. bet. 1th and 7th Atm. said, "and really I vUl( you he has watched you eer since that timo he believed the laud was his; but air. vated. It was believed at one time that tbo brain. Any one who has status of But sho knew it by heart already. For it," she Philadelphia OfSce. 1205 Chestnut St. periodic Webster could not be pacified. but exAnd IwJiasUilftde pears in sod were blight-proof- , the last month she had read it" every would. Since tho hot weather cdmo I you trespassed. headaches; occasional dizziness; a dimThe most verdant young man of the ipt you are ometimos very Hired qujriesjor.muj rHejfbocanralSiignhcm s fcTlioreupon tho, deacon aud John perience contradicts this statement. ness of vision; a ringing in the cars; a period was the one who attempted to cut dayand every dav meekly turned into feverish head; tho djisty road anil mado the long de- with the walk Vnything that w,B savonioWtixifg'a'iro. but 1 "didn't notice. I 'I aylor. jumped into a wagon and drovo Trees in sod are less liable to sudden ing at the pit offrequent nausea or a sink- grass with bicycle. .Boston Budget. the stomach, should take tour needed to get past air. Hale's your strength for your work J j ou JQiougu pernaps ho wanted a in great alarm to hce a joung lawyer changes, and especially to the exces- warning at once. The stomach and head y To prevent end Last year's fashions are out of date, but ne$ ne-- . Ol course I gave you the inghcst of the" name of Tike (now Senator in sive stimulation of growth at midsumAnd to that Ruth yieldcjl. grounds and intoliis iict .neighbor's. are in direct sympathy, and if ono be im- last year's friends are still our own. This pi fc'Lj J? Jtlseae, and to cure alt a"Skin secure w,hlt. n taa .'soft and beautiful Complex ton. us paired tho other can never bo in order. is why Mrs. ' Pinkham's Vegetable ComSlie need not hae been so Jlierce recommendations.' s.ho added, lauo-hFive minute's walk through that beau Congress from New Hampshire), who mer, which is one of tho chief pro w it, she sajiljo herself, altera ing. thouglitldidn't know tho up the river, of the blight in pears. But too Acute dyspopola causes more insane sui- pound never loses favor; every lady who miles tiful park would have brought her to about lived known agency, and than any wor.h who does -Alexander's hedge, .and saved a week. Sho hadltRc' park all to herself, tion he wantCdjoii until. HoTeems they told Pike that he must go down much stunting of growth is almost cidesman, womenotherchild whose stomach knows its kindly (and of Mrs. not?) feels or tho face Finkham is tbat the and it wasccrtainiy pieaanter than the quite suro of his own feeling, and it is and'scc air. Webster andendeaor to equally injurious. .Vbani Journal. modicumof strength and temper sorely is deranged is not and can not be safe tbat of en honored friend. ' needed for her trials as day governess dusty road. At first she hurried through certainly a great triumph for vou, mv explain the matter. aromaf ic Aium Sulphur Soap. of from the coming on at any moment ol Shawl strap. Take two to tlicithree Uttle&VleSandeYsV But she as if a dragon haunfed ver busS: but dear.' 1'iko went, but as soon as he was in canvas, each ono vard long and one anil mania in somo ono of its many terrihln The violin crazo which has recently at-- i c.,Mby Dmjrirlsts r One cske wl.i be sent oh receipt t an adJre. - DliEYDOPPhL. Manufacturer. 308 North women was nrobablv caused of WM. cn nau never ventureu on the liberty, graimaiiy shu uiuuur.uua uur pac , and .wiss isenneu sanK oacK into the chair air. Webster's prosenco the latter f inches wide.and anothertwclvo fonni. of moderation &nd tho imper- ticked someto posiess a beau The liv n desire though she had wanted to cverj; day, at ljSt $hynajlyt,a gentle uauutol-- , and frojir wuTSli hc "Had half risen. Hex roared out: "Young man. did you ad- inches long and two inches wide. Work ative value rr it " .rMai p" necoasity of care in keeping the nl most ec jnomlcal Laundry Soap for ,and the imnulse .had grown greater even stopugdon the brink, oftjioj little mfiul phunhtiould.not take in.lio new vise Ih'Huon Farley to stcahniy land.-the Grecian or any othor pretty Iwjrder stomach rigut must therefore bo clear to CT WASl.iE.njvc.1. jrMrrlno.Aool"nsand pTA happy thought. Diamond Dyes Mnccsho had asked airs. Alexander if stream iich crossed ono e'liuqf the situation; but sho came to herself when No. sir," said Pike; "I did not. But upon them. sew the strips to pieces of all. Tho least appoaranco of indication, are so perfoct.and so oeautif ul that it is a n .cleans of food should be pleasuro to use them. Equally good for park to cool her hot head in its breath Mrs. Alexander went on: "Of course if the statements that were laid before leather of the same length lined with or was fiuitc impossible. watched as carefully There's never a soul about, and it's of freshness, and soothe her ees in the vou may want time to think it over, but mo are true, the land belongs to tho silk. Bind the edges of the canvas and of an invading army.as the first approach dark or light colors. 10c at druggists. Soi'lM a Many means hare anteighth of a.,miie certainly to the soft green dejiths of thu. wood bdyond. Ie would l.ke t,o see you this evening, deacon." sew the shortest strip on the two other-- , been advocated for meetln'such attacks, "VVelli, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. , colors nd book ot dl- -- Well, sir." replied Webster, "if I as a handle. ... . . "T:1 . . LYOIA E. PINKHAM'S I . Then sew a pretty uub an nave urt).oiuru uoen mora nr Sample Cant, fhousc. rdotTt believe any ono would Oncc'or twice she saw Mr- - Hale'4 cliil- - (and he hopus for an answer then." reCUOUI.AU. "Oh! oh:" Miss Bennett cried, spring-te- ll can titul a awyrr in this country, I shall worsted ever see me, and if they did, I could dren with thoir'Krencb nurse in the dis-edging along the edges. less defective. Torre can Iwllttlo ,1M,K. COMPOUND VEGETABLE purpose of regulat the them I was your governess." For I lance; once Mr. Hale himself nii- her, ing to her feot. "There's no use. I bring an action." Then mnke your Imltonholos and sew-o- however, that for toning it up to proper Deaf mntes converse by means of signs, IS A POSITIVE CURE TOR ing me stomacn, seemed to the young girl a sullicient touched his hat stithy, and stoo I aside couldn't if mv life depended on it, for because actio is s 'Cut louder than words. "There is no need of that, air. Webpainful Complaints AU tho 3'our button as you wish. Those action, keeping its nerves in a normal --itoJfoH Transcript. ;nistinction to be tnat to airs. Rufus to let nor pass, sue wondered after- - .lni engjigod to somo ono else. And I ster," said Pike. "I will got the proper shawl straps arc both serviceable and Ul and U'eatneisea so common and purifying the blood, Warner's Ml to our beU Alexander, leading lady of the pretty ward if he expected Jier to thank him never knew indeed, 1 never know, airs. documents and submit thom to you. if pretty. Ronton lUuLjcl. Tippecanoe The liest, excels all ancient or ! P iieculnrs. FK3IALK 1'OPl'I.lTIOy. recent discoveries. It is absolutely pure town where her summer home was lo- - ' for his great concession. But thd bur-- jMexander. until a few days ago, that if you will hear me, and I beliovo that " One of th strongest proofs of the valne rrtc tl la M'4, fin busftftna. and vegetablo; it if. certain to add rigor to I den of gratitude was not overwhelming rhilip was his nephew You sec," she you will be convinced that the land ii Chicken Cholera. f 1U pvrpou it Wrff for tht Ujilimalt ktaling adults, whilo it can not by any possibil- of Kidney- - Wort as a remedy for all diZtH would not venture if I were you," j to her proud little heart. j went on, breathlessly, "his sister was not yours." JLsJ "' " '.a',' seased the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, dim and the nH'J ity injure even a child. The fact tlaimttodo.tluKuaAdi tatlt. Tho following is a good description was used in the days of tho famous that it is tho frcttliat it is used and prescribed U It will rure entirely an ofladut can ctarflyInfUmtna-Uo- n airs. Alexander answered, kindly. She i But a few days later sho met him with mo at school, and that was the way Harri"You arc a bold man. sir, if you proOTarlan trouble. was always kind to her governesses, ' aga'n, and tin? time she repentod- - 1 learned to know him. And Mr. Halo pose to leave the cao to me," said air. of the usual symptoms of tho diseaso. son family is proof jAsi ive ot its merit by "rorJlar" physicians. Philip and I'l iration. FalUn kml Displacements, and MtiUk Is partlraUrly adaptM. D., of Monkton, Vt., says: "Take convenient Sp.no! Wakn, despite her wealth and her aiavflower enough to give him a very frank md waserv anrv at his engaging himself Webster. "But do as you please. I "The fowl has a dejected, sleepy, as it has so thoroughly withstood tho tett ot Lite. ed to the Chan all in all, it is the most successful remand all cralntr it is It itbiotm sciiool-m- a blood, and she had a special liking for and greeting. Mie lcltlike smiling on to a 'down-Eas- t as ho give you fair warning that 1 consider drooping appearance. N very thirst', of time. As a tonicIt has revivifierthe ag- it I have ever used." am.' edy ot th Stomach. for stlmaltnt- and relieved ned-hXerroos Prostration, for thiSjbright-facceager girl. "air. all tho wori'd that day, this poor! little ca'led pie. He hail promised to help this "land. mine, and I will fight for has a slow, stalking gait, and gapes simplyZwonderful. in thousands of cases; It eurr ony of the stomach Oenral fntnm. Peprnslan nd lnn often. Sometimes the fowl staggers soothod the tired nerves; produced peaceic.Hale is very .particular. He is a new-- t uiciiiu.--j uu jjan juuiu aim nupe as him before, but but they quarreled eery inch of my father's property." "Tun dog cam-- ' for m," said tue tramp, C tm. That fe'. -- n txnriK dnn. cspjlnsr ru, andbaefcivh.ia'.rTNWii!inttycuiTd byits use. conand falls from woakuess. Comb and ful sleep and averted the coming on of a comer here, and disposed to make every her portion, and was content therewith. Svor me, and Phil wont Vest. and I I. was a railroad and 1 forrwmphlet. Letters ! copy warn-- , to went " onerespect his nghts." It had been Perhaps a letter which she had thrust came here. And it was only a fortnight of Pike record away aud procured alaying wattles lose thoir natural color, gener- mania more to be dreaded than death it tractor." plavod dil yo'ido?" "Made IiKiulrTeonflitntLnn amwri. Tor aaf (truest?-iei ally "What which showed the the -- Rochester self. tracks." - on tne lauy s lips to call him parvenu into her pocket at sight of him u let- ago tbatl wrote him because I hadn't out of the ferryway, and that all the ally turning pale, but sometimes dark. f ter she had herself taken from the DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES. but she would not throw scorn niudi else to write--a- ll about my tres land was taken from the property of There is a diarrhoea, with greeniih distne customer Shallowed Her Yotinj. GIrnn's Sulphur Soap tVv,e. neighbor before her governess. and lingered imdor the trees to read pass;ng, and what had come of it And keeping the one Farley's grantor and none of it from charge, or like sulphur and water, r Supersedes oily unguents or salves teat suits had something to do with hor radiant Jiejuiiwonul I had hislotu-- r last week: of Webster property, a afterwards it becomes thin and frothy. Alex-t- $ "Why, aiiss Bennett," Ham' PV I iAf It is not generally believed, even .. sKsLiafKrHJ eruptions. the cop' of tho ander had added, as sho turned away, face just thon That s my old dragon of an uncle, and vote of the town discontinuing tho fer- Prostration conies on, the crop tills among people who live in neighbor- cutaneous oO .N M "You find this wav much uleasantor if jtju'vovon one concession from him ry, and an affidavit of a former tenant with mucus and wind, breathing is hoods where snakes are common, that "do you know that lat summer his A bald headed man hasn't mush to be iSrVJjr--T A - 'llssV- - dMafcswW .gardener ordered my mother oflthe than the. road, aiiss Bennett?"' 'air.' porhajs you could do more. If ho of Webster's showing that the fence on heavy and fast, the eyes close, and in a these reptiles swallow their youn"-- as in nrnud of. bu ho n'wny? wants to put on m . . v. rt7Trrr--ra)r!7- ar grounds? Of course" air. Halo excused Hale said, made affable by that bnule learned ou ha might think iiTT "i been removed few hours the fowl dios." Chicken timo of dancror, or whon they mo v from.. iiirs. jiercJiant uravetcr. Webster Very much ploasnntor. thank you." dilerently about our engagement, and the tho whole sido had taken Into the cholera is one of the "germ" diseacs, one locality to another. While it is a afterward said the man had his orit forrywny and Piso's Remedy for Catarrh is a certain y ders to make no d'scriniination, but Ruth answered, demurely. though L don t noed any of his hcJp Webster field. Tho fact that many species of land which and the scientists who have studied up ru" "J .' ."' .r ulu iar and location -- 1 might ecra OEDERICK 'orehouss and Agents. of perhaps allow others to go now, still he's my nearest relative, and the discontinuance ofstrip ferryway took the subject tell u that "the-- e germ of snakes do this, instances are rare euro for that very obnoxious disease. fancy my vwthcrP1 and Harry's ac . the P. K. A. CO., Albany, N. Y. through," he wont on, "if 1 could be I should like to bo on good terms with oft" from what air. Webster had always uuder ordinary conditions nitist be where they have been seen in the act. cent was more than the words. can Beware of creen fruit. The fruit Little aiiss Bennett bowed her head sure they would not abuse, the Jbem. him.' And I had been hoping but regarded as his own property cxtonded i&Kcn into uie Momacit wiui tne ioou Such a sight was witnessed a few davs not being srepn, but you can. Phila'9I343 1TGHING PILES. aid. before the rights of a good democrat But it is always dangoraua tp give people noV now you see how impossible it is. the whole length of one of his best or drink to produco these effects," but since Charles Wilson, William Gould delphia Chronicle-IIe- t Symptoms - .Moisture. Intense moa- - at nlirlit an inch; they take an oil instead.' And if I'hil has hi-- , own w i to make, fields. who had made all his money in the last they don't tell us whore they come and Harry Lawrence, three boys, were ttehlnr. tv- afflicted with Pore Hyes, ufo Dr. Isaac fSMlMNE'SOmTtilFtlTture cure in place, twenty years, and was therefore morel "un, i ve no uouot you are quite in and we mav have to wait a "long time. When Pike submitted the documents from we the first know and that U the blackberrying near Deckcrtown. They Thompfion'8 Eye Water. Drugjrists ecu it. sc Itl;FC LI IT,V EFFIlAt lot'b in CVICIN'O ALL want to . aristocratic and exclusive than an En- - , the right from j our side of the matter,1' and perhaps always be poor, I love him to air. Webster, the latter read them part something about. discovered a garter-snak- e h e. PtmnlA. Rktrfea Rath.. in the bushls, The writer thinks that they are gener which at once began to glide to and fro, glish nobleman would have been with Ruth answered, ami if there wa tha too much to mind. blt Rheum, no expedition to the pole," said CJTFTTaT Tetter, llclu Inate or Ions; staeatns;. "Another very carefully, and then said: 4,air. atcd from filth in soinp forrti terhrirolB. respect to his possessions. Half tho faintest touch of irony in her linutktipnj 'The soul ofyoung love and trust was Pike, in half an hour the or othor. uttering a peculiar hissing :ound. Sud- the man as he wended his way to tho jury will be is in her eyes as she looked up at airs. in the whole course ol denly the snake stopped unci lay Hat iV,-- Tillage would have beea grateful had Mr. Hale did not see it. ready to render their verdict. Go and Certain it that w- - Halo allowed a foot-pa"OcrUinly I am in the ri I have never JI he de Alexander, anil the woman's heart in to trav- get beacon Farley, that ho may hear my poultry experience chicken cholera upon the ground, witii its head raised a Eg crse his splendid park; but of course an clared, in his most magisterial manner, her was touched. It was tho philosoknown aease of gonuine little, anil the mouth wide open. InTj5 jBffc jtyy TM ilssT3Blssal can not iuukc concessions io but having thu, so to speak a&erted phy of tho BabcsIn thtf'Wood, indeed; it." half an hour Pike returned with 'among fowls kept whore all sanitary stantly diminutive snakes began to apaiuuiiu classes, and he stood on his his d'gnity, he soughl to unbend and be she could havfc overturned it with a In I can recommend COUS WHEIl All IISI FA11I. Bj tho lower itd Rest Couch fayrun. TMtenirood. CI deaon,-whexpected nothing more laws were duly observed, unless brought pear from all directions, undone after Ely's Cream Balm vo all 1 G3 Use in tune. Mold by drngglsuC nghts and dignities. But on the prerais"s by diseased fowls. another darted in at the open mouth of but the what ho bad met before. Ruth properly gracious to soidiscrcet a per- - touch of worulh common-sense- ; than suZcrers, It this subject A. J. Hill, in his tho old snake and disappeared. A pauscti. cue was late ion ner lessons;, son as sno na-- ; proven ncrselt. Kuth jStie. only bentjnoarer ner, and thon Webster, Upon being. In my opinion, "Gentlemen," said Mr. all his reinarks with proper ilyJiuth felt a kiss on her forehead, a the hatOingered to put the last touch- "Treatise on Chicken Cholera." sas: steady stream of young reptiles poured . founded upon expert 4I have sufficient evidence to warrant v& o the pretty new dress she wore, modesty, deepening the good mpres- - Icissof a mother's comprehending love, "hearken to tho verdict. Tho jury find ence and a sure cure I "" and is mo saying that the cause is local. itsolf'into their mother's throat for was a thunder-storBut when she had cooled a little from that the land is Deacon Farley's, coming. sionshe had already made, and forgot SE more than a minute. When tho last aJuffsBaJ l.lOSf rras afflicted with t'SSonltt she nin the risk of offending all about him whon alio had crossed the this unexpected. touch of enthusiasm, not the land of Daniel Webster. So rtVherevor the disease prevails right one had entered the mother snake was for twenty-fiv1 sssbv say all the jury. (there is whore its cause exists; and years, and never before Mrs. Alexander had her plans, ohe says the foreman, so her & t Sir? Alexander and spoiling one dress, hedge the next daj', as she 3g0kLloi.fr. - OaaWMAj.mubirtijHS n Farley, 1 have 'an 'there is the place where its cause was swollen to more than twice her natural fonndpcrmanentrellsf. But or should she trespass? '2Co was in sauntered met air. IJale herself that cveninrrr'sho And now, Doa-o71. size, and she immediately started to WlBSTEB II. HA9-to make to oit for having generated, unless infectious matter has ntCT iq ...... CHEAPEST." sight as she looked about, and a near- - along the path, a sudden sham cry confounded hira with the news that the apology leave the spot. One of the boys killed But"I never been 05S.MarshfleId.Vt. k.A .er roll of thunder helped her toa do- - startled her a child's cry for huh. It school-ma-aintroduced by diseased fwwls or her. There were 105 of the young despised for his nephew treated you very roughly. Ely'a rream TInIm cision. She stepped through the little came from the rivor-banand sis sho vas his own elect;, aud she followod up dreamed that this land was not a part otherwise." Concerning the prevention snakes, and all were killed. The ts a remedy based upon MILLS, of my father's farm, and you know of chicken cholera. Dr. Salmon gate which all these days had mocked ran toward it sho understood ius mean- hor advantage till he consented to a correct dla(raols of mothc was but two and a half feet this dlee and canb her with its .invitation to forbidden ing. The youngest of the childrdn, the his gratitude to aiiss Bennot4, by what'my nfi'ection for this property is. .liat it ma' be almost entirely pre- loug, and the young ones were of an HAY-FEVdepended upon. 50 eta. bottle ground, and hurried across the lawn.J little heir of the house, had slipped and tho gift of a home of which ho should, I was very angry, but I hope you will vented by a proper use of disinfectants, average length of three inches, aggre- atdroKidnts; C0cts.br mall. SainDle N. by mall. CHICAGO SCALE CO. T. UWA DrupKlt. 0 'ego, Jn the distance she could see the state- fallen into the trvam. The nurse was notbemastor. And since voting I'hil- - excuse me." Harper's Magazine fowls ma' also be made insusceptible gating a longthof twenty-si- x feet stored lOcts. lil SonthJrfmm Strut, Chicago, hi. B0 Wason v.nle, S40j ly, house, tho leaping fountains and running up and down wringing her ip was doing well at tho West, and ni Gentlemen 11 ?di'i County ho cholera by vaccination with a feeble away in the narrow compass of tho old Lltllo OetccttTe," ti send for Price Us L'lty or totnVellc ! I .nright flowers. She kept her eye on bauds, and the two children wgeftncededno more of his uncle's help, tho n,v virus at least thatis what the scientific snake's body. Tienton (X J.) Gazette. "ew Autumn Bonnets. h!rnwn IIome. 13 Io tl a dav GOLD Presented to Onr Patrons! that, fearing some servant on the sereaming for help. Tne water was not new hoinc wa hardly ready before ho easilv mtde. Work seDt by mail. Xocanvass-Inf- f. people before referred to toll us: and if m gendi-Hfor Humorous Photo, (retail "We hiT treod demand for our work, and watch. She never looked the other deep,-bu- t price t aud full particulars. Bonn ts for dressy wear are this sea- Ihey will oirly hurry up and find some a child :n erv could claim its mistress. Only ono employment. Address with InrnUh steadr A statistician OAKTOOIJ PTXB. CO., Chieap), UL that the cost stsnp Caown M'rn Co.. 2D0 Ilace St., Cln'tl.O. way, and so, whon a step suddenly came little, and when she reached tho! bank , touch of romance air. Hale allowed son .smaller than ever, at least the? way to put up tho virus so that it can be of fcettins up the reports of base ball beside her, she started in conscience-smitte- n he bad gone under :or the second tiir.e. Ihimsolf the wuddln"; cown which re- - have not enlarged, and by comparison j"scut by mail post pan!." to any part various papers every year ii a well known fact that most of the Kun to the house for hel )V sho placed'Ruth's "Unlucky dress. Emilu F. witli the varied and somewhat nonde- jof the country jn such form that any matches in the guilty .mt fattl Towdersold In this coun o 44 in tho United states would pay the in the summer, a Arc you aware, madam," aelcar-cu-t script styles worn during cried to the children: nut eren is sh(Mtyieeier, in Harper's Bazar. one possessing the intelligence of au terest on the national debt, try Is worthless; that Sheridan s and nl Toicc caid, "that you are on private spoke she had herself seized the Ireadf- render Is .absolutely P" look exceedingly small and verystylish. ordinary "cow doctor," could use it, adding to it the cost of horse racing by will raluable. .Nothlnc on Xarth and grounds:" es means of aid, and .was climbing Velvet is very much u;d for trimming ithc poultry raisers of the South and . . " "-" ,rr:r ,Z it will also tirevent an.l, cum news composition! trake ticna lay A Piiiuforc Punster Punished. . Sho looked up. A stout, bald man down tho bank. It would rum her the prettv ohapuaus worn during tho West will rise call the aforesaid other sporting be wiped out in the Condition Sold ervwl.er. cr sent by mall for entire debt could teven fail" season, and the fashionable fciooa nesiuc her, a man whom her nm-- dress e en then she thought of that early Also furnished In Urce cans, for Hut just now you CMtlL.tiKA, a cents In sumps. JOUKSON A CO., Boston. Mas. scientists "blcscd. A 3'oung man appeared before a comyears, eight months and Wr ..i4oi. buUshewaded in brai elyhall Mfrmort- shades of red, dark green or mulberry had better avoid crowding too many x..A.r.' ae. nriee S1.00: DT mail. i.fc ..ircuwuo fijrure He hail dmrrnpjl tn tntmli "'- - !.Aa ...i" yn hnre..lf l.t- - elintrin - o- ........ to a vinl! that mittee of the Board of Education pro- make a charming conyast with tho fowls into one roosting place, and keep The estimate is based on the low44enis." vr iJilv wj, uuvt.). cents per thousand twenty-liv- e afternoon and applied for a not out oi respect lor her, she was sure, curtained th .iopc. It nvirht give fancy straws in rich Tuscan tones, and vards.houscs and everything about them of from Burlington Hawkcye. T. tie,saiuted. rather tus .own dignity and wa it certainly would iftlih boy motion class. a higlvschool junior to a with the trimmings, which consist of clean. Allow no stagnant; water, no ) BBNP 'WITII YOXTB. OltPSB. "OUT THIS OUT A2JT) ( He explained with re. :ensc of the proprieties. He had a struggled and she loriTOr baiancb: but senior ., . n fruits, grapes, small peaches, "walnuts, .tilth of any kind about the premises. iNoooay nceo gne up me use o pompous air, as of one who feared his ; 't was the best she could do. She was freshing coolness that ho was satisfied wheat mixed with poppies, and a very JJse whitewash and disinfectants freely . a pjlv :&J simple personality was not impressive not conscious of any special heroism, that he would have passed tho exami- good imitation of golden-roA new about the house the disinfectants daily fruit, tor it is usuanv me Dest oi sum mer foods. But cat the fresh, uncooked enough, and the neat perfection of 'hs i Other people would dtfubtle- - cqme to nation last term but for a most unfortu- autumn bonnet has a crown of velvet if the cholera is pre-enS3"ma .V in your neigh- fruits in the morning only, lirst being Jn vv-iy- nate episode. Director Cleveland told costume made cornel pull them both out la'tfr, but the anl gold which forms a network. Tho borhood. When stranire fowls are sure it is ripe, and cook all the fruits ls?.y:tf,SipKsft the proiced, and ho said: 1 brim is velvet in &a&zz&& features. menu were precious and the ehilil- r- was youth U from rouleaux, with brought on your premises do not allow .v o r. i &f,$&i&$ absent O.'i'rt-OCAare to serve after the noon hour, the class-rooFOR SALE BY a min- a line of gold soft ,... i,,. uusucicii, Tr embroidery, and them to mingle with the other fowls for thatespecially all that are bought at sevTfti !&: '" ';io w "" " ..' .liiii iiiwpiii ot ute during the examination in geometry . and ll. A.A of I llAtf i AA aL OHO "but I'm doing my best to Jicr .null. DRUGGISTS, lliu Vat IOOK and some one placed a ben4 pin in ray the trimming gold thistles combined a week or ten days. Neglect of this pre- eral days' distance from the place where them." the step needed Ut ratoh Idfii, and fell chair in a position some to do tho most harm. with velvet bows. There are with a caution once cost me the loss of somo they grow. rtiwunoirn ucau'r. General Stores and lorsesnoeis. 'You came In by the lower gate. with him to the muddy bottom.. v!i pretty small black laco bonnets very valuable specimens. I suppose it .. ft. fTliunrwas only one pin, but I cot it. ou saw tbo 6ign. of course'" he went l.rJS i If they do not have It, lend order direct. nnta uennett wa ehto.ly MHjftciourf red is necessary to say something "Frankle,- - bt.a t rnrbstoue rj&o. and excel'nely TalaabJ same theatejvelar.andthcv.6amo ro?es for cure, but, bonoitly.).! have about the on, in the game mffmatnttUl tones. " e ninnuuon at mo.....,.,. grouti of three deep l ol ner nnnsl urcs and shape is not, tho er you jjoing?" FrankJe (greatly excStock Doctor Book aooompani " Aw.Wr-- e' i, TT f Jr. Yes; 'tlirVA f SotUa. r but I was m a hurry, apd I I tereu iace wnc-n- , a minuuj jsBr, slfoJ m'-ii ., .t.:.. .i ca "tf747r?ft&ii. t smallest "atom of faith in any of the ited)" Ob, ma, I'm going to the Sre; near i made in cream lace vith tea rose. ...i.i. a .s n tiling "?.--- r-- rr.-if- r STAIBA1I ivim was afraid it was going to rain. I'm climbed up the bank with her Miirdeu. j . These bonnets have no string am pills, powders or anything else that js I go?" Fond Ma "Boy, It you go at Twi i ot vlien he was a hoy. I said Mrs. jAlexanflcr's governess." need flu fly hair of a light tint to givo recommended asa"surc cure" for chick- that tire and get run over by an e"B8 She TIe gardenjjr, and coajjunari wore iOvte!fao- 04. u'vfl' rent ured a glance at him as she said thereiMr.HAJewajthcr too-- 2 but5 he W bat. noverr and he ent mo to the them "expression." The deep tint of en cholera. There is no sure cure for will break every bone in 1o'arrun ovar Ki,v:tr.oi -- ft.cfilX. . "All right, ma; if get this, but it evidently made no impres- let the rHer help her up, and liU I'rincipal for impudence, and tho Prin- the straws, the gold and Leghorn tinted the disease; now and then a fowl re" Y VSASi. KVxeP you can." Pittsburgh Times. EtcwKulfM me, and vBTIMSrK sion. "I-4- 1 beg your pardon; and I paternal raptures dfd not c'tnd to cipal suspendedI thought I I missed the straws, seems to justify laclies in covers from attack of genuine cholera, eyr-SP!99VBHtt had as much back, I suppose. I thought that taking histdripping Wn and heir in hi examination. can'go Evtuy artist loves his sweet 'art. late into autumn aud certainty but such cases are like angel visits and right .to ilig up the joke as the teachei for onco and I didn't want to spoil my arms. CHICAGO. they are eminently suited to September. true friends few and far between and JYJiitehall Times. .National Live Stock Remedy Co., 175 dearborn iii dreSS." She finished. imnehirm.K. ,.a o "Carry Him up-t- therboiTc, BatcV Some stylish ones are faced with cred- I am inclined to attribute them more to the boy .ceased tht vhen the4high-schoThis Ik tlin season nf tha vear when Ci 'great drop of rain fell on her hand. he said, after a " anca'had assured him cjMiinilttcc ent velvet, black, or dark green, and a natural! strong constitution than to editor's wife goes through his last winter viewed She looked up with eyes whose appeal that the child was unhurt, "and 'put Moulder motioned him sternly until Mr. trimmed with the same, to which is any remedies administered. When suits preparatory to selling them to tne him to retire. A might have softened him. It seemed to him in a bath-tu- b added a bouquet of dark, red pomegranand is delighted by the discovery once Anil you, vote was the chicken cholera appears among at taken and the boy's bill- in the ! of forgotten thousand-dolla- r hcra very ample excuse, but there was Miss Bennett '!, fi'ar. ate leaves, or a bunch of mountain ash a flock don't fool away valuable rest pocket. Philadelphia CalU request emphatically refused. uu luiciiiiuir in uis tare. jh hw rmrn berries. Many ladies are obliged to time trying different cholera cures, 'I need to go into one, too," she Fmncwo dUI. w. ... .,. .So, immint of moner and THTRTT - VK GOIJJ WATCHES, Tra.-- to VHmind, indeed, he was making a conces- - gasped. to'mg,uferjrigflnovs,tr from buy a small dressy bonnet on returning but promptly kill and burn or m sac wsr. Considering the reckless manner w the first 148 person" answering the following BlbU question: fon vn.pi.r.- - 1Kb, irlU TMetrajraea-k- . was his neichbor'a inr-- her skirts. Kn to town, because they have had no use bury every ono of the sick fowls, and which New York drivers dash along nath.r. round In the Mlnle! Mention tno wnrn roarinsr with or bclore October :.T. this Thel erness, he would not carry the matter the water In them, sho felt as if ih had a.S On, a ,? k street in Saratoga is a for one in the countrj, and must bridge then thoroughly cleanse and disinfect do uot wonder that there are c many UweVeSlfemorethsionecorreaaMwer.thewjM win im.u,r, V, ninth. $10: Free Metho- - the period before appearing theTatlb!6- - the sIxtnTssl the seTenthJiXieiRbth. 13; next thlrty-nv-tenth. W: eleTenth. Ml twelfth,. people there. farther, andjeo Jm stillly said, as he been drowned and come to lifd again correct answers, and one dolthe WATCslKS in winter the premises, and use the disinfectants thlrtT.nTeGOI.l peopteaniwerUiirtoIt. orrtctly. "".S."."' w - - trcmoly primi velvet; a gold straw, such asdescribed, daily until the disease wholly disapyon we not first, remember that I . f "v-etood back to let hor retrace her steps. Vint. ?f u'qu tli .. - - f t.r .ttiiitt.rn something 01 m lareahthe next one hundred Stand COOd Chl&Ce f OT J!Arret nrlj. acn competitor taust, la I They were rnn ni.k. third. SO TOO EA. with thelraaawers. is most useful for this purpose, because pears. Give the apparently well fowls other, when disputing about exan suro Mrs- - lcxand.sr 7 "SSS,r;i.ViV-asiisSKOTA- l. which chio ly occui ied her oven thenr ",n "c"1 eTCTV ? " "W J- fit fashion as dis- it can be worn upon any occasion and something to kill tho germs that may claimed: 4'0,Mrs. Fogg impatiently your THE XTJHJSJ. be much obliged for your -- vour and Mr. Halo's dfitdeil mind betweon form tho frivolities well, sir, you haTe Evunexpected consideration," Miss i'en- - his wish to be properly grateful and his played by the summer residents. put away for early spring, desired. have been taken into their systems, and way. You always were an off horse. OalyXatara'aColoitnEla ery afternoon a small company ol Small bonnets of currant-re- d if velvet for this purpose there is nothing better "Yes, my dear," replied Fogg, "ana an oil A reyoInUoo to Amertcanteadrlnkera. nett answered, as she took up herskirU uuswv en8C ol her iripi"; horse, you know, is always on the right women, plainly clad, kneel solemnly in have been sent from Paris stvl- - than tho solution of, carbolic acid and nuu as she And then, woman-likio oeai a uigniueu reside." Boston Transcript. m treat. tried to pick up) her dreK with some prayer for their sNtcrs who delight in ishly finished with fine gold lace and water, three or four drops to each fowl; this Tei In America we wlllTf or a limited time. untU October 33UUeM VviewfJ - Biii?iiI more elaborate clothes. There is thus long slender gold pins Roy Tea, prepaid, to any addresa on receipt of cm Xi 50 cent, one J5f?Uin There was no ue"in hurrying: she light remark onjts staW, sh cnc(l ,n" "U'ho ever heard of a hat band playing orueedlcs, no repeat the dose in three or four days. ehiii fr..mr.iirWi Kbral Tea so too paynothlw for corapeUne tferccptible effect. Troy Times. otht?r trimming. DemorcsCs farno was sure to be caught in the stbrra now, stead. the Douglass mixture in the tune? Magazine. Also give and so she turned and swept Mr. Hale "I I hope you haven't hurt yourdrink, and pulverized willow charcoal " Love Is blind." Maybe that's how th farmer's daughter reA a profound reverence, whose disdain he self," Mr Halo'. said, cvidenfly not Grasshopper soup, a favorite dish In the food daily for a week or ten days. gas is so otten turned down in the P"10 'fnl whys could not understand. But there was knowing what loay, 'I I a'1! deeply siding not twenty miles from Boston of the Piute Indians, is when love wim each sample box. tU., loo i aiiw u, s.iuwagwp.i.n.. AdflreSS mhlV economical When the disease is taken in hand in Love beingtakes possession. Because wastuse in no blind, there a dimness in her eves as she raised grateful, Miss Btnnisl more than I can decorated a bush in the front yard with dish, because a bushel of grasshoppers this way at the very outset, it can bo ing gas to make light isit. 4, for shells adroitly fixed on the will make soup enough to them to his. express and I should be vcry,sorr -- white tin or stamped out at once and no medicine last ' L.Tlafra rents ean tSZLL and tal Result: Pleasure tifteen persons a week. The hopporu beyond the simple preventatives menends of branches. wimt Wrtr,int.o.TikanTwhre.Who'l- After all, she was only a child, and for any conscnupncea to yourself." y the truth about Josis. putyoai "Toads are valunble as GooiSKuaraa. Ilea on paper and sisa If you car AIR saleiRatalLPrlcs-llitrtee- . Wabash v,Ocle. to far the world had. smiled into her drivers from a neighboring hotel would are left in the kettle after the first meal, tioned will be needed. But there are ers." This is news. We have always sup"Oh, it's nothing " Ruth auswcred.i teed. JJ.OSTsxHt.lST U..S. STJIIDaSn retty face and treated her indulgently. as soon as she coulH meak. "Tho only firH gaze, then halt and eften alight and reboiled with fresh additions of gome poultry dealers who will doctor posed Jthey were only good for warts. "OCfs- - MOVnt. Ajrnts Wanted. at was not Mr. Hale's attitude, selling artfcl- - In t h world. 1 tample rXZE. the sick fowls, oveu though they are al- Graphic a ruined for a closer inspection of the "curious water. When they have t kS she walked awav. something but consequences to mxself arerevenge of plant," which they would describe to in soup they are eaten lost their flavor most sure that it will do no good, and Addres JAV HROVSOW Dktkoit, Mich. 1VAG0N SCALES. nir. dress, and that'a ,,mnor Chicago Herald. Old Bibulous generally calls a "P0"?'' l" who would ba haps the pride of BeamBoxv Tare Beam. FielaM their benefit I append the following: beer an Aiderney, because it U a short over fate. It was to s was tliO'r for hfs dress it PkL Prr Prif t J.t. OvrrHlra. EDUCATIOXAL. on the next drive. this intruding governess, perhaps the no new thea. and Good oat straw is a valn.wi food 1. Hyposulphite of soda, half a level horn. Boston Courier. Address JMS OF WKiWHTIH pretty, ' she added, sojd inthc rt turn so Bulletin. Roiion thought of those eves- - made him re pathetically, 7 If- - ReiolanhlJ te the for either horses, cattle or sheep Care teaspoonft: in as mucn water as wm 1 PATS for RIJ.NlVrXS MMOHAMTOM. N Y. jeloth is 'languager "thatl trcspassedon your"What kind tent-- In five minutes it would be nour-IOU.l.1 the grain, especially if dissolve it is a dose foi a full grown asked a little girlof her mother. "It's not vou awof Newark. Jfrsr Jerwy. positions Kuims Bix.week9 aco. t P lemfisis.'V . THljaseiballtis raging. throughout tha in securingme.ne.ui, h o'ihQ lie vtm not juite a bruteV " HeK.-- E. patrona?r. ;51vi A. N. torcraduate. Nstlonsl tacKea in threshing asgoon fowl. Five once a day for thrcs days. a cloth, dear; it's the talk or dialect of for Circulars. COLKMAN ATAMM3. ep)ed forward and callel people used to. express your thought?." Calomel and bhe moss in m uierevvilh sI7. HlHT UP ineioru aim Snath with a severity never equaled as may be, aud having the sTiraw well 2. T ABTKItrir.H WRITI?I WlfC may papa often tells Mr. Kyoo want to become Miss Bennett heard, hurried her steps doses; give twit r. day. Boston "Yes, inninma, LoutsvH stacked, is well worth the takingalsmaa wcauuug MJK to his aStOUlSueu s,)ca. j in the Northern states. UUngj 70s aaw Ife aatrcirtiusa La? rtraob OMraUrs, and Kuowsall to 4clo;he his ideas in proper MaMnateod era ployBjesUadartM P.WAijs.a.a ' ftu Instant, and then stopped. She would "lou won't HSAaa OleU. t language." Boston Times. exaeeerate mv hBroiam.'U CuirierJournaL & aw Ml . iniMHWMMMnMWM' tijrttxzssr- Thfl TTinlrmnn - flnTTr.TAr. c .aaaa mt r I i lffIef$E fstAr HUDSON. RIVERiRlR. at I -- :( 'a Tna-DCioro-.- Hrr -- Ebe-nea- or SSlTd ni 11 s. 1 - 98 ! ,r--- .'ijifT '..nn.-cssio-n: w i . se-T- 1 d, -- Joy-bor- n 1 , ki. tTam-Dtttpt- to-la- y i t - i- -- " self-mad- c d P WITH P y (I i d m 1 e. ser-er- al milk-roin- o vJ U ...:;, .i,.. iuuu .ti 1 ., r BaI-ba- s, - e- gover-know- .i' iisiw li the TIME. - po.ji-Mr- s. lf BEESOW,Sp.-- pies ouo-hal- "i j , EC -- ts r""',"&45xeJ I I i i: - jit n I con-ditio- n I'fgff m Jv j . f", a Bnl-lo- u, ' -. d, e S-- f - Fost-Expret- t. at-h- er of-ii- B -- V :;o: - js 9.assW ' - , , -- w V i jsaiaacyMiiM VVff a h'-l- p i j - -- bar-ter..sf- f , J f BISEASESS&SS& " Lsy -- th I Catarrh HAY-FEVE- R. S f to-da- 1 Hay-Fev- sud-answer- ed i und-ther- e m Hay-Fev- ej e i ! CDShotGunsejtRovg''i JjBBJB! 'rrSBftk I i ' rr m k, et-pres- fl ER til II !ilaHiPo, : JVL.X ; -- can-dro- wn w Aiurrrn h- -- -- SiGO Condi-;to- rp . up-nn- "''--- MAKE HENS LAY .."'r e. . ".-'-- iheticonl'-assnreil'hnrrii'n- thirty-hvcday- .s c '" ., - "KlCKEN 3'es-terda- y -- d. K-- nt ., "i ec tMmwmmr m 'ass-- - v&z v- -- v 4 -- ,d sSviSSS .- uii-ctii- 41 r .) m tl3&M. !otf. fc """ - I -- ..-.- t. piu-u-ior- u, ( .' S8SSSJ "otre, 1, ?&&"-- rAs,:. l&JsfiZfr '.' -- wcar-ingthe- m : 'Kv&vf$ .", ri ..fir.vSs street, o ol - tly rag-ma- - 2 v - $500 CASH, FREE ! "Wis-re- ja w- As.'-sh- -- stage-struc- k ra"'i" e - " Ior M. -- - UNCOLORED ROY AL TEA wmn-tion. a juv-porv- u e, m fun-lovi- a-- ti Kaa.ffliSS. ra'pVrSrntt ipielalTThlney ,til7PtJ- cg insect-destro- Vl inil fe S60.5 TOR self-asserti- M fcl- fellow-sojourner- s, .rniiris '"! m m - 40 - ''M.-iaan- ?' two-grai- n -- b--it - Ex-chau- ffttrter men 11 1 . ISP"'- - 5"'ISaMR3i rft,i Plifr-- J 223 - r a :1 t j '- ii ( , -- ' 1. i LOCAL NEWS. Farmers Buffering for rain. Mr. Buchanan has hung out in front of bia tonre a beautiful Flair, and hns also decorated bis house with Fings, nnd if you want to find the cheapest Jrouwj in Hick an bo are and go to the House with the Pm Flg. fen drouth has cut it short. There will bo probably about av ngc corn crop although the A Few Bargalnf. wide bleached Sheettnjj, Soft Fin-U- h, 6 worth 8c Yard wide brown Sheet lag, extr heavy, 6c worth 8o. Cotto-Canheeks and Plaids, Cc worth 8c. ton Flannels, 8c worth 10c. Brocaded Standard all Dreaa Good, 6c worth 10c Wool Filling Jeans, 35c worth 43c, at ALEXANDER & MAXWELL'S. Yrf i The followiug fiduciary settlements were this day produced to court, and ordered to lie over ono term tor exceptions: Taylor Bard, Kw Gda! Kew Goods! I administrator of S. E. Bard. T. IN We bare now received our Fall and WinHickman polico matters aro J. Boaz, administrator of S. N. ter Hock of Boys and Mens Clothing, the not iu a healthy way. There are boiden, lormer administrator of vary boat, the very cheapest, and the very times, notably Saturday evenings, A. Brady, deceased. finest we ever offered in Hickman,-anat FORTUNE'S STORE TO SETTLE WWII SHERIFF. prioet far below the usual figures for such when Clinton street appeals moro good. J. Ambero's Sons. like a mob than an orderly, well Taylor W. commisbtsiuess sionerP. settle appointedC. JohnMisee Lou Powell, Sallic regulated, to with W. thoroughfare. Clark, leave next to bo allowed toCrowds ought not son, Sheriff, for county levy of IHIIOIKlIM.-eV-tS- r, Prather and K:"2T- mass thciutelves ISSi and week, to attend Price's school, on tho delinquent levy of 1SS3, pavement so that it is imNashville. possible for ladies and othert to and report to next Court of Claims. We would call the attention of cloie pass, and especially should disor- RULE AGAINST ADMINISTRATORS. cash buyers to the immense Stock of NEW derly conduct and profane and Com. vs. L. T). Davis, D. D. GOODS just received and now on display, boisterous language be stopped. ordered returnable at lhofopalar House or H. BUCHANAN'S. He will sell yoo Goods at bottom prices and Crowds are massed on tho streets next court; Com. vs. T. J. Boaz no mistake. Look for the Big Flag. frequently, they perhaps not tbiiik-- . rule dismissed ; B. IT. Freeman, adv. 't( ing that they aro thereby depriv- ministrator of M. V. Tomlinson, A destructive fire burned ing others of the right to pass and ruled and required to settlo actwo and a half million dollars worjh e use said public street, and timely count of said administrator of property on last Sunday at warning might causo thexn to distho call of this rulo at the XJloveland, Ohio. perse. Business men and other next term of tho court. AftPHfloa Ladien. citizens complain of this statoof ROAD OVERSEERS. Whcn-ineed of a fine Shoe, buy a pair affairs, and wo hope it will receivo Swan Burrus, on the State line f Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co'a., "Gill Stamp" proper attention. Let us have a and Dresden roads from N. & C. oboes i.very pair warranted to give per police force sufficient to enforce railroad to feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Bcasley's blacksmith order. ALEXANDER & MAXWELL, The Xutiouul Committees. shop. Sole AoxaTS. New York, Sopt. 0. Among R. Wright, on State lino and A Grent Discovery. says: Dresden road, from Brown's east tho visitors to tho Republican naMr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. la., The town of Ilickmaii was in were dieted by the late errand iury for "My wite hs been seriously affected with a hue to incorporate west lino of tional headqnartors for twenty-fiv- e years, and Alfred C. Andrews of Massachufailing to keep certain streets open cough severely than ever before. this spring Fulton. She had more A. N. King, on Troy road, from setts; Thos. H. Vanco, of Wash end in good condition. u5cd many remedies without relief, and beington, D. O. ; Messrs. Clark and Discovery, Smith's hill to Bamo's gate. Y can save 25 per cent in price, and ing urged to try Dr. King' New Monroe Ballew, on Moscow and Churchill, of Arizona, aud Church per esnt in quality oy inlying UttrU-TUfi- did so. with nimt cratifvme result, ll'e first bottle relieved ber very much, and Dresden road, from State road to and Howe, of Nebraska. at the acond bottle hss absolutely cured her. Rom. Kimbro's. Among the callers at tho DemoE. T.GARDNER'S. She has not had so good health for thirty Jack R. McClelland, on Troy cratic national headquarters were Prof. J. H. Saunders, the new year." McGe-heo'- s R. S. W. Duke, of Virginia; Frank School Superintendent, is busily Trial Bottles Free at Fortune's Drug and Moscow road, from Y, roads to S. E. corner of Weaver, of Connecticut. A letter engaged examining teachers as re- Store. Large Sizo 51.00. from Illinois says that there was W.' W. Webster's laud. quired under the new law. Dnpojktrt'n Cnntllilnry. a wonderful rhaugo going on in ADMINISTRATOR APPOINTED. The ladles are going wild over BuchanThe Paducah News' correspondIllinois, R. Y. McConncll appointed Ad- revolutionize thothat promises to an's NEW GOODS; they say they are just ent says of Dupoystcr: politics of that too laTcly for anything. Go and ese the ministrator of Mrs. L. A. Mile's es- State; that Carter Harrison's (t We, GOODS and get the prices and you will be from the ranks of both tate, with W. B. McConnell and chances of being elected were betrarprbed at the low figures. Look for the Democrats and Republicans, know- J. G. McMurray, as sureties. Big Flog. ter than those of Oglesby; also ing him sincero in laying before that Cloveland stood as irood a Blaine carried Maine by the the people his platform of princi8howforthe State as Blaine. ples," intend to aid him in his march. nsual majority perhaps gaining COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS A visit to the Republican Nasome ; and the Democrats carried Being his neighbor and knowing tional Committee headquarters him intimately, we can say that he Arkansas by au increased major- is making. showed a large corps of clerks HicKVAK, Ky., Sept. 9, 18S4. tho raco of his own acity. Council met. Present Mayor McCutch-- , busy sending out documents. The cord, not having beeu solicited or "Um DENTAL SCOTCH SNUFF, or en Councilmen Beckmau, Moore, Shaw, correspondence of the committee SUPERIOR SCOTCH SNUFF, tho best in bought by any ring or clique. Ho French and Witting. has become immense. For the is running on his own merits, the market, The minutes of the last meeting were last three or four days Senators against the field." FUQUA & DEBOW. read approved and signed. Allison, Cameron, Harrison of InWholesale Agents. ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. JVevcr Give Dp. diana, Miller of New York, and The following sccounts were presented Secretary Chandler have been in If you are suffering with low and de Enough money has been raisresst.nl spirits, loss of central de ed with which to buy a Democrat- bility, dis rdercd blood,unnetite.conntitn'.icn, properly approved, and on motion were close communication with the comallowed: weak ic flag and pole. It is proposed betdache, or any diseao of a bilions na Street pay roll, mittee. Secretary Chandler said to get a pole ICO feet high and n ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec-- 1 J. Witting awiicnee, Jefl'Clay lumber 527.75 to Associated Press reporter that 32.00 CO foot flag. Fultoniun. ric Bitter. You will be surcris&l to see i City Hall pavement 14.55 all the members of the Adminis-- . the rapul improvement that will follow; National l'unip Co., balance on lumtration were heartily in their supTry "Dr. rLW Hog Remedy." Tlxs yofl will he inspired with new life; et"ntl ber 01.00 port of the ticket, and with tho beet preventive in the market for Hog and ctivUywUtTctnrn ;spatnamliiMry Mayor McCutchen submitted the follow- coining cool weather thoy will enChtUra. Sold by, will ceaac, and henceforth joa will rrjiice ing preamble and See Rive ter heartily into tho campaign. resolutions. J.W. COWGILL. in the, praise of Electric Bitters- - Soil at It fifty cents a bottle at Fortune's Drug Store Improvement resolutions elsewhere. On motion said preamble and resolu- was learned that Gen. Gresham Chas.E. Kincaid, Gov. Knott's tions wre unanimously adopted nnd or- and Gen. Brewster had tendered private Secretary, will start lor There was a man once on n dered spread upon record. their services as speakers. SenaItaly this week to bring back the time who thought him wondrons On motion council adjourned. tor Cameron expressed a cordial remains of Joel T. Hart, the sculp- wise. He swore by all the R.E. MILLET, C. C. interest in the ticket and camtor. The last Legislature provi- gods he'd never advertise.fabled paign, and said he was ready to But ded for their removal. his goods were advertised erehelp in tho campaign. He was Kivcr Improvements. confident of success. Senator Allong, and thereby hangs a talo: Carpets! Carpet!! Wjierbas. the Congress of tho United lison was enthusiastic over the We have now a large and new slock of the "ad" was set iu nonpareil, ami States, at the first se&iion 48th Congress Northwest, and Harrison of ReEx. Carpets, such as Hemp, Super Ingrain, Two headed "Sheriff's Sale." thereof, passed '"a bill making appropriariy Ingtain All Wool Ingrain, All Wool publican success iu Indiana. At tions for and preconstruction, 3 PlyTapcstrv, Brussclls, and a variety of Tho State Convention of the servation the certain public repair, on rivers both the Democratic and Republiworks of Rugs, Mats, and Oil Cloths. These goods Prohibinists of Kentucky, at Louand harbors, and for other purposes"; and can headquarters it was said that were all bought low and will be sold acisville on Thursday last was not Whereas, said Bill makes the following Ohio in October would probably cordingly. largely attended. An electoral appropriations and directions; be tho battle field. J. Ambero's Sons. Improving Mississippi from tho head ticket, with Gen. Green Clay passes to the improveOar Mayor and Council aro Smith and Col. Geo. W. Bain at ment and Cairo, including the harbors of rqunliznf Ion Slorin. preservation of steps to get the Mississip- large, was nominated. Covington New Orleans, Natchez, Vicksburg, Green- From rranWort Yeoomn taking pi River Commission to use the Commonwealth. ville, and Iliokman, the deflection of the There is a gathering storm over money Appropriated by Congress An elector, republican or demo waters of Red River from the Atchafal jya tho action of the Equalization and keeping open a navigable channel on Improvements of the Tfickman crat, might have a happier time through the mouth of the Red Kiver into Board in fixing tho taxable value harbor. See resolutions. of lands in Christian county. An than to meet Bain on the stump. the Mississippi riven Continuing improve- advanco of over forty per cent is ment, ono million two hundred and fifty Note Plau t' low prices. thousand dollars which sums together with not relished by the property ownBncklen's) Arnica Snlve. tho sums herein appropriated for the Miss- ers, and they complain of it as un DENTAL 8COTCn SNU1F will pre Tnz Best Salve in the world for Cuts, issippi River from tho DesMoines Raphh just. Like difficulties occur in aerva the teeth, Bruises, Sores.UIcers, Salt Rheum, Fever to the mouth of the Ohio, shall he expenFUQUA & DEBOW, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, ded under the directions of the Secretary other counties, and tho board will Wholesale Agents. Corns, and all blcin Eruptions, and post' of War, in accordance with the plans, speci- have to stand a sharp fire from tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It fications, estimates, and recommendations this time on. It was hardly to bo On a farm near Eufaula, Ala., is guaranteed 10 give peneci sausiacuon, of tho Mississippi River Commission." And, expected that a first effort to cents per refunded. Price the vole of Wheiieas, said there iR a watermelon patch which or money Sale at FORTUNE'S25Drug Store. Houses of Congressbill bythe approval ofboth equalize tho taxable value of propbox. For the and encovers 150 acres, the product of President of the United States, is now a erty in Kentucky would givo which averages one thousand martire satisfaction. Kepultllrnn Illufr. law; therefore, be it ketable melons to the aero, and of the City the City Nashville, Sept. 5. A con- of Jietolved, byKontucky, Councilwe hear with A Hurled lliutiicr. Hickman, that tho price realized averages $100 ference of proiaincut Republicans alarm the information that Dotoa llcrnlj.l per acre. with the State Executive Commit the Mississippi River Commission departy Tho "bloody shirt," as tee, well attended, expressed a cline to execute this law of the United standard, has seen its bestaand its JFrea Te!lvery. Wr. J. W. Roger's delivery wagon runs unanimous opinion of Republican Stales so far as it refers to the improvement and preservation of the harbor of Hick worst days. It is now laid away daily, delivering goodvin any quantity, to success. Many heretofore with tho other mouldy relics of any part of the city, free. Leave orders at the election of Reid, man. Rttolced, further, that tho imminent and the past. Occasionally Gen. Lostore, or with driver. Republican, for Governor, with almost certain danger of the ruin and dc. gan, in a manJ. W. ROGERS. probabilities that Blaine and Lo- struction of the harbor of Hickman, caused ner, discloses ono corner of it Hon. Khey Boyd, democratic gan will carry tho State. T. W. by constant and rapid caving of the bank, from underneath his Grand Army and thereby injuring elector for this Congressional dis- Brown, of Memphis, urged by some thereby cutting otF a large commerce, im- uniform. But Mr. Blaine's descripfrom harbor as a Democratic candidate for portant line of railroad saidWhich a an trict, irill speak at Hickman, Oct. broad tion of the pacific condition of in 17th, and at Clinton, tho 18th. Vico President, has announced for extent of country is interested, unless the the Southern States makes it very 8peakingto commence atl o'clock. Blaine and Loan and.Reid. The work on said harbor contemplated in said oven lurid p. m. We suppose tho Republi- commlttco'took stops to organize law is executed the present season, impels hard for to stir his associate'sof the up a spark the City Council of the City of Hickman, periods thoroughly and agree on a plan of can elector will be present. old feeling. respectfully represent campaign. Middle nnd West Ten Kentucky, toHonorable Secretary of these ss dental work facta lo the War Parties wishing at tke lowest prices, will do well to call at nesseo will give a surprisingly and i to tlie ITonorable Mississippi River Hotel For Kent. lay oCce. I will leave Hickman Oct. lat, large Republican vote. Tho Na- Commission, respectfully praying and deW. A. Uespo. tional Republican Committee will manding that the work of improving and 11 no Opening 164. for Another Hoto! open general Southern headquar preserving the harbor of Hickman in ac In tho Town. The brick work on the now ters at isashville about Septem- cord an co with the plans, specifications, estimates and recommendations of the store houses of Plaut Bros. & ber 15. riattcrliiprroiecls to Mnlio It ray. River Commission, be executed the Co., C. A. Holcombe, H. Fethe present season before another flood in the We have just completed our now brick and John Wittiug,.is completed, 81.09 Cttenper thnn Anyone. Misshwippi; or in the neglect so to do, it is There waB frost in the upper part of Connecticut on the L'5th' and tobacco was greatly damaged. Tho exanuumtr trial of rM Thomas Cooper, charged with being accessory to tho murder of iiuiKiiiauiYing auu wire, in progress beforo county Judge Mur-relhas been the all absorbing local matter tho present week 'and each day the court house has been crowded with spectators anxious to hear the evidence. Tho Courier goes to pross while the ox. aminatiou is yet in progress, and not being able to give synopsis of testimony for nnd against, decline to report, because one side would not give the reader a fair understanding of tho evidence. It is tho general opinion that the Commonwealth has failed to make out as strong a case against Cooper as miner led the public to expect. P. S. after honing the cidenco and argument, Judge Mnrrell, decided to dischargo tho prisoner. l, . auo Iling 31iuMler m Fultiiu Cuiiutj Court. The September term of tho Fulton County Court met Monday, tho 8th, the Hon. R. S. Murrell, Judgo presiding. AFl'ItAlSE RILLS. -- j. - Clean weep rte-- i E. Appraise bills of tho following estates were produced and ordered to record: James Fuller's, F. il. Stowe, and C. llnghletto "Wilson, deceased. GUATtDIANS. by a Larg? -- A. BURLINGAME. IlaMty f The following guardian's report was this day produced and ordered to record : T. J. Finch, guardian of R. and P. V. Cook. D. J. Murehison, guardian of S. A. Noonan's heirs. FIDUCIARY SETTLEMENTS. x(o)xB pra on oa l SEVERAL PPUCINCTS TO BEjELEARD FROM YET, -- l sweeping mnotion m Prices H Ml ! x(o)x- d UU law-abidin- g, All work warranted. -- bo-for- Best Calicoes reduced from 7c to oc per yard. Although our regular Presidential election has not comcoff as yet, we Solid and plaid Ginghams, from 12ic to 8c pr yard. '! lV 1 l',e rgc ,IV0'ceiJ i Dry Goods that we have been opening, reduction of 2c in the yard of the best Bleached Domestic, A and the Extremely Low prices for which they were purchased, that we All wool Nuns Veiling, in black and colors, (double width,) 'reduced have been Elected by an Overwhelming Minority in our race for trade t "P from 65c to 45c per yard. tins Jball. big reduction in the prices of all summer Dress Goods. A Otir stock has been much enlarged, and in some lines we arc carrying Fans and I arasols to sell at actual cost. much finer g00ds than heretofore. The ladies are requested to call and Full Organda Lawns, reduced from 15c to 8c per yard. examine our elegant line of Dress Goods that embraces all the latest A big bargain iu Ladies Neckwear. styles in Ottoman, Satin finish, and Tycoon, Reps, Henrietta, and Jersey Cloths, Cashmeres all grades and .shades, Poplins, Brocades, &u. Any lady contemplating a black Silk, should see our elegant line. It is unGENTS BO? S AND YOUTHS CLOTHING. surpassed. All Wool Plaids 50 inches wide very desirable goods at a greatly reduced price. Can't be touched anywhere at our prices. Satins, Velvets and Trimmings of all kinds. lew inuio vjcms wane vesis to oner at less than wholesale price. Our Clothing, Hats, Caps, and Furnishing Goods, were all bought in Gents Gloves, Ties, &c, greatly reduced in price. thcilatest style, and to suit this market. In Clothing, we are carrying Straw Hats reduced from 75c to 25c. an immense Stock, and it embraces all the best Fabrics, nnd all the latest To save expense nnd trouble of moving our extensive stock of good, oacKS or brocks. We can save you money on each Suit, and (;tit, in you in quality and style. please line of Boots and Shoes, in heavy, medium and fino grades, at you have only one dpi lar.s worth of goods to buy it will pay vouto cmoL.-anj Full see us. Look to your own interest and buy your goods of ua popular prices. Wc have been noted lor low prices ever since our advent in mercantile circles, and wc in tend to lowi r our record this Fall. I n fact, wc are going to tear things wide open. Call in and sec some of our World Beaten. a d PLATJT BROS. & CO. Made tlie Low Prices? - xos - n -- to-da- y i? J oat received, a fine selection vi 1Fm E BABY New Good of all grade In my line. BUGGIES. ALSO to-da- THE Pkices Low. Will net U ing to buy. of frlcnda and tho public WB announce to our of all kinds of Furniture, generally, tnat wo havoof juM received imnienK) stock and solicit the trado parties wihr Wo con ehow all Btylca of Furniture in plain and fancy. Alan, a fine Furniture! T. F. WILBURN & lb AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. undtrtM X. Call and Examine. We propose to make our priced to fltilt the spirit of tho timed. Yon C4n ret awsrod UNDERTAKERS GOOD3 ever brought to jou need never leave our house to look for ehtaptr goods. We propone to Bell aalov ut Hickman, ('intonten jMlitelv nerved on short notice. any rttail Furniturw store in lh ,,Parcha8e. 1 FEAR NO COMl'KTI HON. AS MY (!OOlS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. THEIR Very reopectfullr, BUIGHTNKSS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. (XX 1W forget the place, on the oopoite corner from I'laut Bro's. & Co., under tho Now CITY HALL Give men call before buying eU:whcre. roomiln lS.oro kindrt new Odd Fellows building. and In OaTYuu can depend upon finding any thing in my houeo that la kept in a first clau a workmanship styh. Alto of Repairing dons on eliort nolico, S69All KUKX1TURE STORE. 11 I Ui have tho tine.it lino of Rq specific lly, im Si! nsssi vro arc prepared to givo Bpecial inducements as Contractors and Builders of Houses. kh X and thoroughly renovated. Convenent to river and railroad, and attentive watch kept and, altogether ono of the best appointed hotels in this section. pniS iiilin i rss BAB&Ci& SMS ii'ypii (S3fl fa 5pi SSg HOUSE HAS HKE.V RBCENTLV EVLARGED. REFITTED, RRFDRXISHED Our stock ia complete in alllines, and wo will sell very clotic any" II. K. TUXtXJBIt, Proprlcior. Goods bought of us. HEUTWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OP DRY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, & CO. HATS, CAPS, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. WINDOW CURTAINS, AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QTJEENSWARE, GLASSWAEE, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, &c, respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK beforo purchasing elsewhere. "Wo -- Hickman, Kentucky. wmim xr? fSz?fe- - J. AMBEi'S DBAiSB XVt SONS. 8-- J. W. COWGILL, BTSMB3g DHTJGS, PATENT semi-offic- ial Tho oltl, popular and always roliablo Hardware house of " Demo-crats.predi- ct fffjitfJSSw Trusses semi-surreptitio- Has a splendid stock of tho very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, which are ofiercd at first-cla- and that tho very lowest be exactly as represented. tho market justiOcfl. PRICE MEDICINES! A.1XX sksssKfk. WfOfjJ4TTr'fAjmSmm. JV All goods guaranteed to TDILETiKRTICLES &o., &c, &0. -- Mississippi and the carpenters and painters bo-cau- The Cairo folks are mad the Anchor lino of steamboats take a barrel of flour from St. Louis to Now Orleans as cheap as they will take it from Cairo to Kew Orleans, and 'they talk of boycotting the Anchor Line. Banks and bankers continue Tho New fail in tho East. .to Brunswick, N. J. National bank is the last They got away with over one million dollars. The President, Cashier, and another fellow, suicided when detected. Warrants have boon issued against Al. King, now confined in tka Falton county jail, charging bim with the murder of Hillsman Kin; and wife. It is claimed that he acknowledged the crime. lie sow denies it. What other if any, there is against him, w aro not advised. se evi-oteaee, Olliver Chilled Plows. No. 20 with one quite certain tbat said harbor will be utwill got through about tho 1st of extra point, 59.60. Olliver Chilled Plows terly ruined and destroyed, with the evil No. 18, withonp extra point, 39.00, at consequences above recited. October. MUSESSILVW'S. Rtiolvtd, further, that if in the judgment The Republicans have the assurance jority was decreased 5,000 votes to call Mr. Hendricks a fossil reminiscence. Ho is now in tho irom two years agu, auu that the fallprime of manhood and is the brain- Pingreo openly statesto Blaine. ing off is chargeable iest mau of the ontire lot.:" u.-i3iii- 4. Blaine nn 3Ir. Blaine has the following to say of 31r. Hendricks iu his book: years of "He was but thirty-on- e age when first chosen, and his record in the House had not prepared tho public to expect the strength aud ability which he displayed as Senator. Ho was in the full maturity of his powers when ho took his seat, aud he proved able, watchful aud acute fn the dischargo of his public duties. He was always at his post, was well prepared on all questions, de- mission and Gov. Porter. bated with ability and rapidly gaiued respect and consideration The Nows from Vermont is And yet some in the Senate." Republican's ma Ili-mlrlek- of the Honorable Secretary of War and ihe Honorable Mississippi River Commission, it is positively decided not to prosecute eaid work to completion the present season, we would then respectfully pray the, River Commission to set apart a sufficiency of the present appropriation to do such an amount of work the present season as will preserve said harbor from destruction, thereby giving iu time to appeal iq the 2nd session of the 4Sth Congress, which assembles in December, for further aid, and to lay all the facts before said Congress. Ruolvtd, that these resolutions be spread upon Record book of this Council for future reference; and a copy be furnished Hon. Osoar Turner, member of Congres from this District, President River Com- Hotel, located in central part of town, convenient to river and railroad, and we don't hesitate to say, in our judgment, in propr hands the business would prove quite profitable. Also, a nice new business house very desirably located, suitable for any business, torent. For fun her particulars npply to POWELL & BROTHER. Hickmax , Ky. Aug. 22.tf. The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. The attention of builders especially desired as this houso will give special inducements. Correspondence solicited. isra. sflMSSSal' &C-- fox, &o mmMmmmtmmmaammmmmmcmmammmmamBmmmmammmamammm Elng night bell after 10 ooia jerPrescriptiona filled at nny hour, day M. CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS $ND BOYS. THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN R. B. BREVARD. For Sale. Cheap! Cheaper!! Chenpcst!!! The entire Flouring Mill Machinery, belonging to what is known as the White Mill in West Hickman. This outfit can be had at a nreat bargain. Also first class breaking Sulky Plows at $30 00; first cla3s hoe Wheat D'rilH, with c, land measure, seed sower attachment, for $50.00. One Horse Wheat Drills,8uita- ble for drilling in corn, 525.00; a new Drav and Harness for sale cheap. Many other useful farm implements too tedious to mention, at less than bottom prices. Those wanting bargains will do well to call and see us. Respectfully, TO WELL & BROTHER. Aug. 22-l- f. THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, D1W, MEDICINES, TAINTS AND Mii-STl- MOisrrA.ir9 UOOK-lvceiuu- K. September i. NNE MONTHS. 1884; AND CONTINUE The Course of Study includes, aa heretofore, the best of primary instruction, the omul studicftia English, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elooutioa and EspcciaUtiention i devoted to tho preparation of boys for business, for college, ana for professional studies. . . . Correspondence and consultation of parents, beforo the opening of school is rwpct. fully solicited. Address, B. O. ,TmmnTT Hickman, ky. Aug. 8, 1884. l, c; B 'PRESCRIPTIONS UMC -SL JXT9 BRING COMPOUNDED! a, YOUR JOB WORK TO TISE CARb F J i. i T &&I :gs?&&&2&g?fflm ' -- - ' r wavr ' .jjAt- - jJI "- '. " JBBmj! I v ' ' -- L'J,Pjjlll u.iinseMaBRa1 23 "v n..i:t". g .l u ., ,,, - 7Vn Trmatym m TTrnrr-- ru , . . . h , m ,,- -,, TriWM 1Winn - W- , UW(iSttfe,5J5',Av -- :W fcr- - - A 23 HS3 KE3S5S E&3 H. fiSft . ESS S&3 feggaa daSSS 691 . - ' .x OIF1 IsTE-W- " F-- LL .A. T 33 "W" X IT T E !R ' i O O O ID S . - A magnificent display of Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres, Ladies Cloaks, &c, in all the new and desirable shades. The largest stock of new styles of $baks, Dolmans, Russian Circulars, Langtry "Walking Jackets, &c., that has ever been on display in Hickman. In this line' we can offer yon a beautiful garment at from one to six dollars cheaper than can be found elsewhere. In Ladies Fne Shoes, we can show something elegant. We sell only Bryan & Brown's" make, the best in the United States. This make of Shoes has taken the premium all' over the country. Ask for Bryan & Brown's Shoes; they have the name on every pair A splendid line of Hosiery, Gloves, Eiblgjfos, Laces, Embroideries and Notions, all of which we will soil at LESS PBICES than other houses can offer them.- A beautiful and nobby line of Gents, Youths and Boys Hfe.- I have bought these goods for straight cash, and my customers may rely on getting First Class Goods at from ten to twelve nor or. cheaper than can be found elsewhere'.-- - - J& THE HKEK&R mmtam pi afc3 X3"GHATA3JT. JM COTOBB. THE POLITICAL ii mmm - fJE&OOK. FOIt 32 IK!) TIMES. REASON FOR A CHANGE, TTenilrJn.l--o ;.. V"DI " ' T "T 1U1U- 1UUUU1U, : fKXTStACT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ritrMDKXT, t wit mrzrmm. ?t - vears fimf I can say to you this afternoon ion ,.fv..tj-ri,. niii'i'i'slii h4w .. tTA ,.1T, L. .'IS. rr. T... lillU..UI 'UUIUIII .& l IV&Ldl Illllflll timr mir nmiao will un u..vwvw..fti.a Tll. JWI immMtatms GRASLERGLEVELAND audthoEito. Jtoi.UlfBiiFpiQiet,w lu'i:Inutw'VNfcm tins vear. Wo havo a candidate said tlmtud eaiiduliitacvpr iiomi- - ting the fact that the Kcpulihcanli t5vC affairs of lho t.0Ulltrv, anfl for Tietidcnt that has borne was so i)oniur ". ii,c.J..ml:ihad collected, ' and now locked un i nf tm liRtnnrnJf.ho(l prodit nml'.'1IUIMV un. ."v ' iiiinnit.itnn timt. mAnoir witli....v...,-,...-v-ivmglit' ix tho Treasury vaults, four hunrio Suites as tho F8K VICE ir.snn.T, r in the high offices which ho should consider the and that ho vouliT.sweefi cvery He lias tion whether that is not as long as iiB heretofore filled. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Stuto from Qio to California w ith dred million dollars, in excess of one eet of men continue borne himself with credit in the ouht to OF INDIANA. increased liopublican majorities. the expenses of tho Government, in absolute control. In other city which promoted him to the the oampaigu. he said: , At.tli'e begluningqf words the question isbeforous: chief magistracy of that city and Democrats beemod to coneur in : Shall I top .now and speak of "Ought there not to bo a change The Primary. f he has homo himself with great this opinion, and none but enthu- the present condition of our coun- That is tho first question that credit as chief magistrate of the siastic partisans entertained the try? Four yents ago, when you strikes your attention and mine. greatest State in this Union. A TKIGG COUNTT. hope of ClovelaiidandHendricks know it was flusher times and - Tho grent )olitical orcnt of the Uow much has tianspirod uco substantial objection haw not been carrj ingany of the Western States contury, the Primary, for this thing was well with the people, the Republican party came into made to his administration. He is this opinion supported by the ablest wheat a wortli $1.20 and Ibor power, and I do not choose district, ha? como and except Indiana. a In complete has been was well paid, and a BepnblicHn in that period the pcriod'of men of the Republican party. The gone, and ivo had hoped to he able there '. V. orator onmo to you and snitl: "My the war, I aak your attention ply Independents of Xcw York, of to give tho precise result this Democrats are countrymen, wont you let well for the last nineteen years during Connecticut, of Massachusetts and In Ohio tho week. But it is about as wo expected, working like hejn ers, and reports enough alone? Are ou nre&tlhi'r which that nartv has controlled of Indiana sav ho is worthy of few people thought much about iT, from all parts of thetate indi- to turn the party out that has the administrative and executive their support and thoy have nmuy nor have they yet been awakened cate a large BQpnbliCan disaffec- brought you such prosperity and affairs of the country, i could reasons for that support. There . v to the necessity of bestowing tion. The Germans declare that Till n.- nnrtr .. that mi iln mt. not find figures or Mordbtoi'px-pres- are better assurances of a good ". r. vj in , of an economical more than a passing thought upon they will not sugport Bhiiue be-- know wiiat a ill be tho consequen- to :r i ana eesr7 And to that appeal the of mpney you the enormous swis Government, of American proteccause no is a it still. that have been collect- Government, who people listened. - Upturns show that Stono has thousands of Sepubhcans ed, and the enormous sunislof tion cverj whore and under all cirare zealous ProSjbhoTnsT p'refer money that have been paid oat. cumstances if Gov. Cleveland be carried the county over Vaugban, How is it now? Aro men only re'eeived about ten St. John to lilamo because, the but has Aro the fnruaces throw- I will refer, by way of illustration, made Picsideut iiiRtcnd of James plank per cent of tho vote of the count- Republicans would not put a liquor ing out fire and gmoko that indi- only to one year, the last ycar,s G. Rlaine, and with such e:pport, in the'platform against the ycate successful enterprise and in- reported by tho Secretary of tic in addition to the earnest .eal of The vote as far as we havo heard traffic. At tho election fheld in dustry? I havo here, from an In- Treasury. Tho collections ayd tho Democracy in f.u or of his election, I can entertain no doubt Is as follows: Cadiz, V6G. AVallo-ni- tho State last year tho Democrats dianapolis paper of jehterday expenditures amounted to of tiie result. 14. Bothes-d- a elected Hondly Governor by 5S, Montgomery evening, majority on the largest vote paper of perhaps the best edited A paper tho other, day found 5 to 10, Hock Castlo 3 to 30, The history of thoso transacthe Republican party in Canton; 44, Roaring Springs, Cale- over polled in the State.,. Demo- that city, the News, a statement of tions is found in many thousand fault with me because, with my donia, Linton, Long Hollow, Lau- crats claim thaC'their strength is the amount of tad tires that have volumes, and tiiuy were recorded hat in my hand, 1 stood in the it was ra Furnace, Golden Pond, Fergu- greater now thanOhio willin that recently taken plnco iu the coun- - by many thousands of men men presence of my countrymen and do the try. of them reported as having election, and that son's arc all It is a dispatch from Now belonging to ono party only. Mo askedfail to find their support. If haudsomo thing in October. any other charge Democrats have been allowed to they cast no vote. Old Guard. gi the business In Illinois there are 100,000 York ing tho country in failure participate iu any of the aflairs 6f agaiust me except that they may tire last throughout German votes. Of this' number seven da'.s, reported to R. G. the country. I speak in substancp. go to Laughter. Hallaiax. GHAYES COUNTY. the 75,000 luu Tho following is the vote at the Republicane heretofore voted cam- Dunn & Co., and they arc great An occasional Democrat may have As I have stated before, I did not ticket. In. this on Tho been allowed an oihce. but for tl& desire the nomination for Yice primary election held in Graves paign nearly all' tho' German vot- authorities thethat subject. was great purposes of administering Presidont. Eight years ago J did United States county last Saturday. All the prenumber for State aro supporting the affairs of the Government th$ not desiro it at Chicago, when cincts but Boswell's, Bozzell'snnd ers in that'and Hendricks. Ger- 100 And for Canada fourteen, a Sympsonia have been heard from. Cleveland 213, as against a total of 180 Dcmocraib have been excludod, with absolute unanimity it was man clubs now that men the it It is not known whether there ized Democratic part ofnre organ- labt week, showing: an increase of aud to ,o now, -- Ought questionnot conferred upon me, but aud Jia o in every 1 ha o been nominated thctate, seventeen failmes this week overt presented there were any votes cast in those pre and in many places, "where the last. In other words, it is S per to lie a change i ' ho knows accepted of tho nomination, 1 cincts: of what is wrong in thoso hooks ' i come to you, my Total vote, 447; total for Stone, membership runs up as High as cent more for the ti cek that en- - iv. . exclusivc-lUled yesterday than the week e. bnaii they be opened ; biiaii terel Indiana, and say to on that my 434; for Yaughan, 10; for Handle, 200, they are .composed of Germans that "have ifereto-for- fibre that. Airincreaso in failuroo be an opportunity tor us to know heart's earnest desire is to receive 2; Turner, 1. Mayfield Monitor. voted with the Republicans. S per cent! And hov "n it be what has been wrong in the re- your support. I .will bo plnd to The Prohibitionists from Uniro to at cuor- - cords of tho country so that.wc" ieccio i'ir) Dcaioc rat's supCOTJXTY. is BALLAED when Chicago aro lnird , at .wrfcior ,$t othciwise WVU Ul there tinsn uui- - mav know whether it is well or ill poit, will bo verv proud of tho iilUllS IIUI luu ituim Blandville, Arlington and John, thov have township; hupport of my Republican fi tends, .rn,,p' lni'tcod mi in the :iulth of with the country. kleville, in Ballard county, ano-xucounty ,, organisations, May I ask your attention to an- 'of my Greenback and Independent mvl(1!1,m,, s,.,ul tint lnollo, V rfc. Stone 74, and Yaughan 21. T"l.i, arc putting up cauuiuaioc an t, cImnneis of other illustration of this subject ! friends, and when it is all counted county omces, lor WO..W trade, and wheat won' sell at a I do not claim that one political up 1 have a sort of an impicssion, tiie CALDWELL COUNTY. xm Vn l party in the first place in its or- very strong now, that it is going isiiuroanu v.uiigiob - : " market ., for 02 cents, 72 ganization is probably any more to be a cry decided majority in "While we are unable to give the in Trn xnnrii ;inTa IB UUIIIUUoUU 'beffffinc ., r. Tt jvbi ti iii l.cl.l rvTv figures in any county of tho dis- almostuuvav.i ttepuoucans, fLLiUllbD cLIltl. J LV,tltC not believe 1 ... entirely ot T i..Co ..iv honest than tho other. If wo had November. I do Indiana. I do trict, we know enough to say that htiu nA fT' l'nrii iniu vw uir . rmv. !. v v.. v. lk not political parties in this coun- have any doubt of ,vj mi i:ii.iluil i us urn tin n notiK Capt. Stone was nominated last itu is a vote taken irom liiame. I ii:i iii.k..nr John v..,. .n,.c try, and were going to establish not think a on have. If success ...,i.: iniio two political panics, and wore to for my partj does not mean a betSaturday by the Democrats of this Their strength- - variously, estima CiVl' lUUIKllll CHIIUlUilli; by a largo majority over ted from 10,000, to 30,0001 Well airo who made James G. iJhuno run a line through this crowd, and ter gocrnmcnt, a cheaper govdistrict Mr. Sol. 0. Yaughan. The vote informed Democrats areTconfi-den- t Secretary of State, and if you have the men on that side wero to bo of ernment, a more economical adyour mortgage to pay or interest as everybody expected, a light one, that if it is as muchas upon counting a bushel for a ono party and tho men on this ministration of public affairs, I do Capt. Stone, having no opposition tho electoral vote of. that dollar,it,it takes a great munj more side of the other party, the chan not want it to succeed, but upon until about a week before the pri- State will certain! 1,c cat for faith only havo a bushels now to pay the interest ces aro there would no jusi as yon to try Ionce moreright to ask mary. 3tr. Yaughan's candidacy Cleveland and Hendricks. this party. many honest men oil one side as on j . vnnr mnrttrji fro ilolit. than it did .,. was too late to be made known all e0,. ivli At. vnn OfttllO UU tllO UUIU1,' tl'Ml 113 ..... -- nmmc When it was in power beforo it Michigan presents a sad sight mni ,. 5uc nml over the district, and his vote is for Republicans to contemplate, '"v" ;., . tlw. .i Oil OilU BiUU. llUlIUtlin, iio un mi, T.'as economical in its administrait to nay your mortgnt'e scarcely a measure of his strength. and their party managers are terother. Rut take another step in tion. It cost only a few millions . Capt. Stone received every vote ribly worked up over the situation. take a good many more hundred this thought. Supp030 this party in the administrations of Jackson, in Caldwell county about 500. In that State the Democrats and bushels than it did a good while iuohiuh iniu iunui, and n becomes of Polk, of Pierce, and we hao Greenbackers will vote for the lo to re- - now come to a period whero tho Vhcy do not say to you now, ae HICJOIAN COUNTY. same electoral ticket in tho hopes us, ha e young men cau not add it up. n power Trom Cilntoa Uemocrat.l of taking tho State from Blaine. they did four years ago. "Lot tiie control of the olhces, control Primary elections were held in At the election held there for well enough alone-It is not well U5i C03T5?T WAS, country; money part of the counties of this dis- Governor in 1SS2 tho Democrats enough; it is bad enough. When of thoyou see and of ihe rogues that all tho trict last Saturday, and tho vote and Greenbackers fused for tho you see men out of employment don't side would gradually come Trouble at Central ay. on this polled wlncn was very light as first time and the resuh-K- as the you may know there is trouble strong l far as wo have heard was given election of Dogle, Democrat, bj a somewhere. God wrote it in the over and join the nature? side! XruM tliu And to Capt. W.J. Stone, except in majority of 4,572 and 9,415 votes early days of our race that by the Isn't that human The committee appointod to you know McCracken county, where Mr. cast for tho Prohibition candidate. sweat of his brow 'man shall earn more than that don't visit the Governor and the Comconld Yaughan received a majority. The Democrats claim, and upon his bread, but it did seem that that at tho come over theymon.on missioners of the Sinking Fund gradually push the honest conCapt. Stone is the nomiuee of the reasonable grounds, too, that the there was coupled with that dithey relative to the employment of Democratic party, and is as much victory of 1SS2 will be scored vine .sentiment that "perhaps" a this side back aud back untildom- vict labou in the coal mines had a man should have a chance to earn could take control of the entitled to the full support of tho again in November. long conference" yesterday at party as if ho had received every In Iowa the same ooTftlttion of his bread by the sweat of his brow. inant party themselves. To a very Frankfort. As 100 more convicts Democratic vote in tho district at affairs exist ab in Michigan. At lint it is not so jiow with all. large extent that would provo to yestcrdaj left Frankfort for tho the- primary. Capt. Stono is a the election held an tluvWStnte in There aro some that can not get be tho human nature of the case. mines, lVie evident that the Without discussing tho question vorthy man and is as competent 1883, Wakns, Republierfii? secured employment to oam their bread. accomplished nothing. whether tho Republican party has to'represout the district in Con 103,873 votes, Fers, Democrat, On behalf of the miners aud been guilty of a great fraud, for I gress as any man tho district has 13S,2GG, and Oaufipld, firjpuuback-- ' it was represented: TRinBiany. for Clotclauil. leave that to jour own reflections, sent there for twenty years. There er, 20j?2t, leaving tJvc RepubliThat tho charter of Central City is no reason why ho should not cans a majority oertho opposiAfter the leaders had spoken, I assume the ground that no par- prohibited the employment of conreceive tho solid support of tho tion of only 60S.J. This year the Mr. Kelly was asked to' give his ty that has been in power exclu victs in tho corporate limits. party. With it ho can be elected. Democratsand Greenbackers have views, lie spoke at some length. sively, not allowing the other par That convict labor necessarily Shall ho receive it! a fusion "electoral ticket and Sen m- Ho reterred to Tammany's recosr- - ty to participate in the afiairs II displacod free labor. dinavians aud Germans that hnv a. nirioii -hT t.lm .m?v i.it. n,, ....... the Government for a long period ' v w That the averago time of the there ought to boa miner is now not moio than 16 THE END SEE2IS CLEAR. always boon RopubltjH&wU'G de-- ; tion, and to the proceedings of ,f From Cllnton"Icnocrat.l snrtinij their party by tho huu-- , thcr National '(So nvcutioii T Htlc',!,niJc ",at tl10 PPuplemay come das in a month. . The primary election Saturday dreds. In ono county alono 1,300 thought that all differences should 'Timt 500 miners can mine about it is vas an exceedingly quiet affair in Scandinavians havcfrapnouncod' be torgottcu, and that Tammanv tamty how "Wo with their affairs all tho coal there is a demand for, will havo it this should support the regular Demo- (Ones of, Hickman county. Indeed, it was their determination' 6' volo for, or for which the railroads have so very quiet that few persons Olovoland and Heudricks. cratic ticket. "Tammany Hull has tail." transposition facilities. seem to know that there, was such Wo do not claim .these; aiwajs been, is now, anil alwajs That tho attempt to fix convict Tlir Vote ofttio Tciuncr.iiico Jlcn. an occurrence'. Polls wero opened States as certain for' tho Demo- win no a uemocrntic organizalabor in the mines was made for in Clinton and Moscow, but at no cratic ticket, nor do we regard tion," he said, "aud as such must Philadelphia Press: No tern the purpose of wrecking tho other 'Other polling places in the county them as by any means as likely to indorse the nonuuees of the Dem perance man can vote for the Pro coal companies, tnus enabling the so far as wo havo been able to go Democratic as ifew York and ocratic uonvontion. Tins must hibition ticket with any expecta Central Coal Company to buy up learn. It is needless to speculate Indiana. Cleveland and Hen- oe uouc not only as a matter of tion ot practical fruits. Tho ticket all the mines and establish a monoupon tho cause of this lack of in- dricks can be elected without the policy, but because we are Demo cannot carry a single electoral poly. terest. Every intelligent man electoral vote of a single ono of crats anu snoum be consistent vote. If it could the most that it On behalf of the Commissioners, knows as well as w the cause. It them. Yet they are' certainly witn our record. Tins support is uouiu possiuiy accomplish would it was extended that the law gavo js a verification of our apprehen- doubtful States, and the Republi meant m good taith,'7 he added bo to throw tho election nf "P,.; them no discretion; that the sions of what tho result would be cans to hold them in their column Tammany alwajs supports its can dent into the House, where Olove- - law must bo executed or repealed. vrhen the party, by its constituted cannot concentrate their work in uiuaies nonesuy, ami will go to uxnu wouui promptly bo chosen That the penitentiaiy was crowdauthorities, departed from the Indiana and Xow York as they tho polls aud vote for Cleveland hen if, bysomo miracle, the I'm ed to excess. ...iiiiuu bicixui, ubeu could be That if the contractors wero imusage of tho party in its mode of did iu 1SS0. aud Hendricks." , it wouiu oo linpoteut for peded the support of tho convicts iO formal vote was taken, but (.icuil-umaking nomination for Congress. Altogether Democratic chances Tho end of the matter seems quite of success havo never been so tno opinion was unanimous after any positive results. The con- would rest with the State rlear to us, and it is not as far off, good beforo since tho war, and Mr. Kelly's speech that tho organ- stitution would leave it absolut elv That tho State Treasury was "we fear, as is generally supposed. nothing but a fearful blunder will ization should support the Demo powerless to deal with tho liqtior empty and its borrowing power However stroii its .bxpenenco is a very dear teacher, save Rlaino and Lotran from au cratic ticket- The Committee on question. disposition, it could do nothing oxhausted. statement of tho situawill meet some people will learn from overwhelming defeat? but Organization From this no other. and appoint a committee because the question belong to tion one can easily seo that the to prepare resolutions indorsing tho States and not to the Fedei-i- l situation is very serious, and that If tho Democrats score the Cleveland and nenunces. Tnoso Government. In tho Cincinnati Police Court whatever couioo is pursued grave aro incurred. resolutions will bo presontcd to Returns from primaries Monday Judgo Fitzgerald laid same gains 'in State of the dangers down Ids law in regard to the cam- that thoy did in Radical Vermont, tho Tammany goner:l committee Eighth Congressional The sympathy of tho people goes District of inpaign hurrah: Kentucky indicate tho nomination out to the displaced miners and to it will give Cloveland every doubt- ou Friday evening next. An - u23ow, here's a case beforo formal talk at tho conference by tho Democrats " " mo j.,u brought out tho fact that tho pre M. MeCrcary oerofPhil. Thm'.r in threatened with destruction by whero a young man yells for ful Slate. vailing soutimeut among the dis- son, Jr., tho present Elaine; nnotlwir yells for Clevethe action of tho State. incumbent. trict leaders was that Tammany land, and tho Rlaine yeller calls Charles J. Foliar. Soorefarv oT should run a straight city and .tho Cleveland yeller a harsh name. A poll of 1,700 voting precincts rnrpenlpm 17iUp,i. ITnitediStatoi: county ticket this fall. of Sow York shows Cleveland thumps Blaine over the V.,0rf.urnne in GoiicwifSrjsfhiirs. Tammany has final meeting to- - C) cowl Carpenter can sn employment 40 the State Republicans who will vote 000 head with a caue. IIo did right. day afternoon: at n tn fivo. mr-fAn i.K. n - r- W,ll Cavi-- '""""S. for Cleveland & Hendricks, aud Tho case is dismissed." Ky " ri'v I day. o!clock. ' not vote at all. T. J. HAYNEi it ' 35 0C0 who will '( Hun. Thomas A. hen James G. BlaineiSPS om ,, c , 1 iiL ll?o was inatudlt was claimed 'mt'ho 3Ir. Hendricks is making some "'D gLirtii. ov;i.-i;iiespecially stronir in tiiATVest, and powerful speeches in Indiana, giv ana, on the bth said tho entire hope of Democratic t is now twontv-fiv- o success must rest onitfie oouui ing death donling, practicr.l fact , S"T I i fii-B- auatjs . FBS03I BHBSa'- MHKKJEI. ji;wUm S2iml. Ppntr OpIMnn Aii old friend of General Grant H. A.'& R. T. Tyler, ........ n.l.l.i IH..JWt. 41 f1CVr. iH1,t -- wn.,nnf HPnjPCLlBft - 0w. mv fellov, citizens I think wr ,( , l him-nate- d I qucs-hono- 'lv.. -. ev-o- xj cou-gression- al -- tp.in-clud- e to-da- y tranb-formatio- n. - s -- em-ploje- d! a, $083,-000,00- 0. 2,-50- 0 said to an Opinion reporter: General Grant is losing his mind. Tho startling statement was received with incredulity. Ilo is, , reasserted tho gentleman. The failure of his firm has ruined him mentally an well as financially. Tho change in him is absolutely astonishing. For years he has lied an casj life. His name has been used by capitalists, and ho does not eeem to havo understood tho impropriety of it. no was in Jay Gould's hands for three years in spito of tho published record of tho Rlack Friday itnestigation. Tho trouble with the general is that he has noer really understood how great a man he was. This has kopt him in business when he should havo been out of it. The undercurrent of his mind in vulgar. He is n: credulous and is easily i aught by specious pleas. This has been his great misfortune. How deepH has tho failure of his firm affected him? More than anyone can boliovo. In tho first placo it must be remembered that General Grant is au old man. Iu tho second place it must not bo forgotten that ho was seriously injured some t.me ago while stepping into his carnage. Tho extent of the latter injury has never boon fully understood. Ho is a wreck of what ho onco was. Tho failuro completed the disaster. For years ho was known as tho silent man. no is so no longer. Ho talks constantly. Indeed it is not a talk but a chatter. Ho repeats the same re- Attorneys at Law, HCKMAN, KENTUCKY ItvPilttlMttfeUI Mow ,.-,- .. lost, v,., llr Mow Restored. enl. torxhecaor Srmmxt gentt, lilt rl,, TTTLL Offee aoT8-'- 78 'f ' entrusled Millet Block. ATTEND TO ALL BUSINES3 to Ihoir care. niiuon or xr. lulterweir n3, lnvolnnUrj 8el - & orexnlu.1 eitraTngance, Ac. . r ftla lira ...si uuur. - in ii.u admirable rMajr, , M.nfirmy te radically cnn-- J poiiuiDguat a FULTON BANK OF FULTOIS, KI. Capita, S509000.00. Paper and Loans Money, Buys Exchange on any Point'in the United States, Solicits Accounts of the People Generally. Collection and Prompt Kemittanceat Current Rateof Exchange A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. Discounts ? Swlhtan n!l'Jl C VZAVr ThU Wcure " matt.r .hot bis ""J "uffer.Ltar"p'j. wi. cnre uhouW bI tela tUbusds f tYtir. CULVERWELL MEDICAL'CO., - H1E St.. Xe Turk, S. Y. ; p0,t 0CJe E.i. 4M Bondurant BRmnio aid 8f jDrewry, n'd Sell-- rottwianiW- - Conjnjission Xf ep always on llfercljai pr.sh BlCKllAN, KY., HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. HICKMAN, KT. hand", LIME, CEjrENT, SALT, PLASTER 88S PLIES, GRASS SEEDS, CLOVER, &c IVllI make liberal advances a CUjp Corn, Ac, for sulo or shipment. Hit ill DBALEB 13 Italian and American 8T0NE8. BIaublk J. W. EOGSSS, I y EBPS all kinds of itaplt an- MONUMENTS, .TOMB AND GRAVE faae? to-tar- of " nunciations of Ward oer i nd over again with a parrot like persist enco which is very pathetic. I have heard him say for an In ur at a ime : He was smart aud I trusted him. My namo was the St. . pared to fill ur work fine lot Amer HAVING rcoelved aMarble, Iofnm preItalian GKOCEKIES, all orders. Call and examine 0rdcr8 frsm tbe country promptly may 26 ani Conrectioneries. Will be pleased to. ice his old customers, and vf 111 btth aait them in price and quality. Call and'see ue. "Quick Sales and Email Prefitl. Won't bo undorsold J"ja4iC y ..... fellow-citizen- s bank and ho was tho cashier, "ho whole thing is very sad. An 11T2 SCIIHOEDER, FOJt SALB, TIMBER 1 XiJLlSraDa JFc o fc 1 1 nin-gav- p i ey - 11 V .- , .- -1 . - .. i -j inter iew in this rftcruoou's News Gov. Hendiii'ks was asked: '"What do j ou think would be tho result of tho Rutler canvass!'' "That is very difficult to answer. Mr. Butler is unquestioi.a-bla very dangerous man bef re to-da- y, Tnihanopolis, Sept. riilcnlcw IVIih iren.Irl ha. 'G?!!;ln-n- h' FASHIOMBL2 JLOX from llickman. Addrew, Ql B on DrenhuTS roai?& BO0sior?iLMnnr care Sami. C. Davis M P. DOifAIiOK, Co , St. Lobw.ISo i y I jj i . i . I i..i.i IV " a& l"l 20,-00- 0 r-- mii-rnnrttni- jev,. .. an audience, and he will attrrct largo audiences, and wero the I should election to occur be inclined to concede him a considerable vote, but the weaken ng process is going on steadily. '1 ho people do not like to throw their votes away and the certainty tl at his election is impossible under SHOP. North 'West corner of Moscow and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky , AU perrons holding claims against tio SaJTSa" isfuctiou guaranteed. estate of Mrs. Annii L Robinson, deceased, April. are rrquesicd to file haid claims, properjy proved up on or before tbe 30th of Junw, 1SS4, in my absence, with Mr. Geo. Holm. II. C. Hock, Guardian Mattio Robinson. Notice. St. Family .Groceries. 1 "' MM "... I 1 ' I hmtQtv anj cirenmstances will deter mrny of his admirers from voting for him; aud it is also impossible for NO spaco to name all nrtiolcs, but no trouble 'to 8how goods, him to effect as perfect an organiandome and see, at tbe corner of Troy zation as that possessed by eitl er and Moscow Avenue. East Ilickrapq, Ky of tho old parties. But Mr. Butler is a remarkable man; thoso who know him best admit that ho groceries; 25cts Lower tlian the Lowest hate no clerk oxponsss no store ran and pay cash for all my Groceries, as3 therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap est. 'Best brands of Wittenberg and Lb. 26 Star Flour, a. cents cheaper than tht Utv JOHN WITTING. " oorier-.InHriM- J "If the Chicago Convention had placed your name at tho head of tho ticket, don't you think that you would havo had his support!" asked tho reporter. "I know it,'' said Mr. Hendricks warmhj ; know it." is a very good one." fAKILY flEOCERY sale and livery stable H. A.11 O. (DAVIS JUDGE, OLD STAND.) wo Earis & Parkek, KENTUCKY STREET, '! kinds of AND constantly on hand Ur klx KEEPS sale HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Having purchased the stable, "Jinny Imi STAPLE Money Made." FANCY GROCERIES and entire outfit of W. B. Plnmmar flral-clae- fctrstr - com-mitt- o usually kept in a torn prices. FANCY CANDIES, XINCE-JIEAA-T, s house, at bot TEAS, propose to continue the business, acsl solicit patronage mine-owner- s -, JL This adage can be verified by buying FLOUR of Powell & Bno. Extra Fancy Flour, made out of No. 2 Wheal, unadulterated, $0 00 per barret. Family Flour S4 50. Other grades in proportion. Uran 70o per hundred in quantities leas. CRANBERRIES, PICKLES GRITS HOMINY, BOOTS AND SHOES. E. GLAZIER. Keeps In stock the very Best Material, and keeps only the best workmen. Work guaranteed. Repairing solicited. Su'ar,' Coffees, Soaps, &c. glFill not be Will pay .. K lr tl,,10t 06? One or more barrels of Flour livered free or drayagc. BUgl-2M- de- undersold. full price for Butter, Eggs, &c T -- an-of -- I will sell as low as the lowest. Ho is reaat all times to exchange Groceries at cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, er M. D., any kind of marketing that the farming oso friends may bring in. Tho highest mar ,rFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SER- - Keeps tho Tcry best makes of Beer, fresh ket price always paid. J.M. MONTGOMERY & BRQ. Jf vices to tho citiiens of Hickman and and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to vicinity. Office Corner room in Laclede Uoo.se. scre customers. Professional Cards . B. P. O'DANIEL, TIYOLI HALL. 0X0 I f 0 THE ly?"R. BARTER J. GROCERY. lohis friends and the public that bo has opened a new and fresh supply of all kinds of Family Groceries, which "he dy M. MONTGOMERY, " r- e8 annoan-JLXc- Jos. SOHM, Prop'r. ? i I I , dr. .a.. HICKMAN, . :ea.:ris. KENTUCKY M. L EN08R&, FOR SALE. The best Columbus make of PHYSICAL AND SUR6E0N, (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) th eelebiak i 4 l) OFFERS janlC-'SO bis Professional Services to of Hickman and vicinity. - GSOOERIES ErltT r nctj hhi tSar' AKD aW 1SW BSSBT1 Kent for sale, at a bargain, and Sale Stable of ii i 1. mm. st the Llvec--f BI9SB4 FABIS & PARKER. C. L. HANDLE Ar LAW a D w LOWER and LOWER. ARkinds of Groceries hams, sides, &c. tlfm ab iuU cueapesi. jl riii nM4 Va :il uu uo r UD !.. I .adersold. JOHN WITTiNO. -T the-oth- er ATTORNEY F. E. CASE, VEALER J tl Collector, Real Estate Agent HICKMAN, KY. Will attend promptly to all bns him in Soutbweslen Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Specialaltention given to tho invcstiga tion of Land titles, and the purchase salo of Real Estate. jan8. ness entrusted lit ex-Go- v S Tor Rent. TbePlaut Bros. & Co. building is to be thoroughly renovated and repaired, and for rent from the 1st of January, will U Family i Groceries; ASD ALSO. "- -- ', lS&v For terms, &c, address I , Harris Sthtiou, Tcnn. 1KU. UUUIV, Isets, Seines, Lines, Books, and alljkinda of wishing Tackle and Supplies, at a bargain. Groceries and Family Supplies generally. .,- v il &z , c - ' 3 JSP t