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' met, urMigty nr- GEORGE WARREN,, HICKMAN, Office IOlT. s utF -.- - THE HICKMAS ITlie OltleKt ISTevspnpor COURIER ICcjiitiiclcy. 3. 1884. fr. t With Neatness and Dispatch. ft vS BlOCIiS; & 8, :l$"l' &&. ''ui-' ENVELOPES,, XETTEB-HEADBILL-HEADS. Ilcinze Building, Clinton Street. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. x;3j Qstoi-i- i --. IJRICEOF KUBSCKIPTIOX, $1.50. V. ftSTlBLISTBTET) 1S59. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTllgKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER CjiP - VOL. et- ,rW ? r-- i. , ' 7. ' - - - , i. .s. - . i .. r country, nn-- t 'that tht Democratic party of rb What SgtfjMd,-- SeilOOL- AM CHURCn. tEX-G0ward, in a stump speech to a crowd tYiU Xot "Ga t0 roL" POLITICAL POINTS. MORRILL ON BLAINE.. HENDEICKS. " was the champion of a free Nation and tho his admirers, he took pains, to state fcil Vtn CrtnfK occupy our country along Tiforeigner's right to xv 13 ukiuiait'fi tlint iu vwum ff A Pr6mb5tipn speaker says it is time tuab There will bo a fair yiclvi in the with the rot of tis.M think it is a bad hat he said was his reason for dodgOno sultry July &bontvabouj firaj to brcafcjdBwn the "Kspublican super- applo cron this vcar but not enough to years a"-o- , an accMWkVccurrod Go. a spehUipgji'.tJHlay lwi.ee' as rouelTaaTit fHrl day when the lteputilUa.is uavo to rely A. Ourious and Entertaining- Bit Doing Yeoman Service in Behalf on of ing. He dodged tho prohibition ques- stition mUV if the the Irish oto. The Irish know wh-- re ago for .education, and Republican nurfy juatify nard ci'ler campaign tion, ho said, because that is a provinJW6lpIua. A 'dfd thel, friends ha o been in the past. New, my crowded street Political History. of Democracy. croes outiMpower "the countrv' will so spCt iuflS70. U ibaciimosas,mii'i 1 I can say t- you this G. Biaine recently lost his fellow cltlens. think James cial question, and not a National quesphaeton wa"oa trying to Pajff!! i atternoon that our cause will besuco33ful topow'Hgjft 11. da Lesscps thinks t that if voice, but ho will never bo entirely out hait wrenched the IK0Sandhroken tion, this year. We have a candidate lor President Tb ZKext I Thank 5Iy l'atlier iu Heaven That He Hakes a Notable that has lmrne hunse t with distinruisbed SJjerstitlon" is all the more of danger until lie loses his power of theshaft. Tholailylora4dTiThigwAs .urninan J Werd4 hnce iafliartujuj: to twctii if this statement of Mr. Blaine's wvs letter-writin,Q Rcuublicans credit and I ouor in tlie high olliees iich ho Tint, n mnrr. iiiiittlilii tirkl lnea nnU'nrlliV remarKalbecause Called Him Hoinn ltnforo the I'nrty Epeechat ancle A. Terrlllc Ar- a shop until French Academy iti ten years it wdibl forced to take rcf ugc; lias heretofore filled. H-- has borne linf-oi- f Disgraced Itself by Nominating .So of.'ltcpubllcin l'oli- in the practice of' a than who ar8Srned by it are in the habit now trying to defend her carriage was regaled. She would contain no men," because the immense Dana Hi rulcmnent with credit in the city hloli nroinotedJilm to be so -l bo the Thief Magistral- - of thatc.ty. He has dodging, then the local election m .,f ass0CiSSgr.all other affairs with Blaine from the charge of Wicked and Corrupt Slan," perhaps four superiority cf the women would camu- cles ami Methods. be obliged to wait him-el- f with great credit as Cbif Magborne wuo, in case ot :i plainly CMtlent tnat macuune Maine must hare been a National dec mi "jTOiutjj-a,iHI con looKeawroai-witjeHowTfa feeling makes us hours. She istrate of the groatest of the Matesor tho lTrdnbc,d her WHe.woirlUongabdo5iiW tion to take the popular decision on DemocraKeTiaecess. would administer wondrousKiud. v. i cealed disstist. Union. Substantial ob vet tort has mi been &t"Muncic, Intl.. on September G, Ex- - made to his Administration. He is The lata Senator Lot M. Morrill, of some National qifstion. What was the the GovetjMaent. They deal with them Proqress keep reiterating to make the 'shorUjci .flllt- - nf tmvn For thivpropoediiiestraUqiwottS The ab'et Gbyeraor'H.cntlrleJvs delivered an inter- - supported by tho lnderen men ofofthe MeouUt-canp'rt- Maine, represented the purest and lest National on that was submitted iu busineisthey are often partners in that Kowyork, is iirVt very bad way." whicS brought ben'o Mh a' quarter? Miclmolls Churcu at a6vcntry5-thoS- e lent The cWn'g: aHare&s- to" an immense' audience. of t'oun cticut, Masachu-et- u and of lrriiana methods in politics, as his successor, for decision in the Maine election? W as tho sameginraercial enterprises. T:ic was f JfcreSaed, wealthy 'ond largost nrjsJu;hurt'Ji iqJipKb.njL. es, he is in the Republicans' way. and Mrs. C say ho is w orttiy of thou- - support. Theyhav e James (1. Blaine, represents tho worst. it the choice of a provincial Governor' DeraoCrno.en inlwuta the laftlie.CDUfoe of his speech he said: woman, whoso ruHTasto for yeats tne sum 01 "sno.v.'u 13 juh anything Republican is bad. many reason fo.- that support Th f? are The clpar fasts of Blaine's ten years' Republican the Demo1 J is'now twenty-liv- e Was it the choice of a representative of j ears that tho Hepub-lica- u letter assurances good.governmest, of The jeers indiiljrod in by Repub had been a love of,jjr$;Ofktho beautiful the sunfof $l00Of has already, been ft party has coutrolled tho administrative American proieciionof evers nere mm nmter leadership of tho party in Maine loaves the Augusta District in Congress' crat wit adds most ifannrtnnt. inti.msts. licans in lrM) because Mr English or sublime in natujjf If she had been raised- - 'Thelsubs'eriberp inoluUo Jcws.lU , und executive attairsor this country, an-- i ii .s all i ircunwanccs if Governor (. ievclaiul be no doubt on that point When Senator , Blaine delivered his vote on those ques- Tbey frbontfV go io jtraUne church w'o.uld uot open his "bar 1, havo come wrecked a one oy 1 the tirsl Importance that jou and I shouM raiseramy poor Roman Catholics, churchmen, dissentmade President instead Oi James (i- thWS?L ofi .it,. "m tfUc. to roost, lhey now bave Jones. districts of the cil&f$. would not have ers and agnostics. onsldcr tho question whether mat is as ion I and with such support in addition to theoarn- Morrill resigned tho Sonatorship to tion? openly, bravely, heroically, and ind taK&t-atlniiriiMus one fret of men ought to c nf.tiu.- - in abso t . or n;s JUi Treasury portfolio under (Jrant, even "magnetically, est 7e.11 or tno Democracy in; t.tver i no if the accounts uiuiuuuvM enuir omens ouiimrt &w always some lute control. In other wonts, the uuosuon is e'fcl n. I can entertain no ddtiht of tfc$ re- been so borodi'Th . r went, to . Wisconsin -- Mr AlmiraT. Metcalf, jifrovl- - , as will be remembered, Mr. Blaine was are not incorrect. If he did not vote on are sorcjvfi'' the best oS lnenu aiitljwiojipuelnot tncro 10 no enan. I iiortf uai.uuaal other dav foutid, faultwltu 'hlntr mfcturtadTTAoMntarestinir it donee,. R. I-- , offerr? to. the corporation' .v trfii - tiiit'.Tovou- m win tnettenfoucan , :..--iTBthfra6fcfit!Dii,fthat!tr!kiM vmi?t. oil J. A nutter the nrnacm rojiiwnn""" i it appointed his successo- r- Senator Mor- a National .question, ZCZ.!" u s irf the '.of iitowp .Mryifcva- tracptlaudjpn. ippv'ettv.riit-SAWLtentlon and mine. HOW "much lmTtrail.spircV"! nie'iiecrusc-wiinnaa 1h1m ?aeh other in iliuiff and Inthn nrwnn. of int- - rniintr-mence the Hepubllcan party came into powe- r- of ,nm thelr BUVporU and if they fall to find rill died here eighteen months ago. His local question, in voting for a candixa'gr&eA&y.'ebxa' j keep back the ocean with her mop'was neighborhood and lap not choose to include in thut period nny other chanreasain-- t me VtcepttBit Uiey widow, who is the daughter of the lato date for Governor, then it is clearly a' sympathise with each other's joys and mills, anu rune aucc mile ot little y. the period of tho war? 1 aic yo ur attent m i Mr. Vance, who in his day was one of rational opinion that the reason he gave giriels, marrj' and are given in marriage n duing to tne lauuro mat awaits io- dwellings and shops s'trevched out about erection of an agronomical obs.ejya-tprfto iLauahtor.l only for the int nineteen years during whu-- j gt.n. s 1 ha e stated bAfore, I did not desiro the tho most prominent citizens of this secland offered is situated The for dodging the prohibition question, with one aoiucr. uuv 'any ua ijiiiruiiuu luv uiiiuuii&irui.ive : t wilderness of chtap groceries, one mile from the college, and contain eicht years fn Vir The latest opinion Senator Ed- - her aready-mad- o Yet, after all these signal proofs of sud executhe atlairsof tho countiy. I c,,'A auo, I did not des 10 itPn.l at Cities go wheu with tion, lives in a pleasant home on Win-thro- p so farfroni oeing an excusu for dodgclothing, cheap tin- thirteen acres of land. cheap tot lind figures or 'words to express to ou trust in one another's honestv. ability njunt's has expressed conceining Mr. conferred upon me. unanimity street this 'he enormous sums of money that hae been abolute thar I have it wasnominated and hit e evidently of greatcity. She is a lady ing, added to thetow.irdice of dodging and integrity, msny a Republican be- Blaine was a practical condemnation of ware. The streets were narrow as lanes, t.ut now bee.i A Southern Baptist paper savs thai force .of charaetcr the meanness of a quibbling falsehood enormous sums of moioy ! -- ccepted ef tho nonnrtttion. 1 come befor.' ollected and the the atmosphere hot and foul. The lieves, or affects to believe, that tho ins methods as a public man. He has room in which she that have been paid out. I will refer by wa I 'on my lellow-oitire- n of Indiana, and sav to and was the valued associate, confidant in defense of it. was an eight-bv-te- n General Robert K sat to one year, last year had an excellent oiiportunitv to revise it Illustrationbyonly Fecietary of the "Jreaur.. you tht in) hearts 1 carne-- i oesire meu wou'd, in public affair-1- . same as reported Among the electors in this part of tho the the drug shop; the smell of cop- there was a religious denomination inrf your supiort. toeco .e and helpmate of her distinguished husfellow-citizen- s' will chosen to do j that opin on, but lists not 1 be collections and expenditures amount ea celt e Domocrat's sui)iort.beslad w e y band, both in the Executive Mansion of Republic, neither Mr. Blaine's dodg'ng wreck his own aid his 1 wljl siery peras and ipecac heavy in the air. Tno Hvisionen that iliil uot believe in the " to fUa.t,O0.lX)O. 1 ho history of thoso transa this State and during the manv ears of nor his quibbling explanation of it ex- interests, itepuancans win give ii.o so. support roul baptism of infants until he was told hit I.puoU-aapothecary, a litllo, old. keen-eye- d lions is. found in many thousand volumes and friends, of the (Jreenbackof and nuenBB em credit in ousiness of my No matter who may be responsithey were recorded bv mam thouband men "No man sho. id Democrat unlimitedhis trustee and manman, watched her as he worked his after the war, when President of Wasli. ;4,j nends. and wen it is a 1 counte- up h: e his residenco at Wa.hington as enalor cites great applause. ( levoland, it him to act i on men beio- - ?ing- to one patty onij. .o Le.o- Will ingtoit College, by the. Rev-Jo-hn very strop now, that and Secretary of the 'fro sury. rl 0f refuse to vote on any subject," says A. allow in large" and important matters, ble for tin r.ominat;he of craw jiarrxeen anon ea to participate in my Mrolj an ,lnpreS.ion, verv decide1 majotiiv s very clear that ager country would be pestle. do not find much to interest iam Jones, who was pastor of the Kvinir to lo a Mrs. Morrill m as recently surprised C. Hesing. "If Blaine favors prohibi of the countrj is, oak ini" I "Yon ol the a-' have any f., Koiombor. I do not beliovo 6'ti-'-- '. casestrust Baptist Church in Lexington, Va. tiaace.Ao cov as ona Democrat may nave be- - n doabt about Indiana. 1 do not thin you to receive from Ohio an o.t:cil iettr tion of the liquor industry, he should and iu some ho wtmld his judgment and roiponsible should he be electod. not trust his ow" : Gazette. honesty as That is you in this street?" ho said, after an allowed an . but for thctrreatpurpcs f tali Uommr? my party does not me ir directed to hor late husband. suceo-- s Opening have said so; it he is hostile to it, he have. The light of the laborer to his rest . hour had passed. ndministcrsnjrthpaffurtof tho Gpveninca ,' i.t,,- - If a Vut in public affaits he i tnivernment. ehoaner eovornnion the democrats l.h-- been exe uaed, and to lror0 economical administr Hon of pubJe it she found it to be a very importunate should havo said so." That would be brother. from gjv'mg nim any lot oi ,ii tho resp'"s' tty that the country "I think I never saw any place so is a principle not sufiicientlv considU3 ' fc- you men the fiutMiuii is presented now n lairs, 1 do not want it to succeed, but upn appeal to Senator Morrill to visit Ohio assunu. shrinks is ant.ous 'o families, the course of a statesman, or of an Ought there not to be a change? Who knows fa-tshe said. ered even in Chri-tia- n you to try share in the administration of the Govonly have a rfcrlt tt A month ago Honorable T. C. drearily commonplace!" what is wronjr in the books.' Shall they be once more. I This par y, whonask wa in power and to lend his aid to saving the Stato erect gentleman who is not afraid to ernment, in which the Democrat has holds for the domestics, -- who might Pound wa one of tho most honored "And the faces of tho people who pas opened? Shall there be an opinirtunity for us before, was o?onomteal in its it Iminwra ion. to Mr. Blaine. Mrs. Morrill turned tho say this mouth is mine, and this is my a of,, men to know hat has been wrong- In the rec- It cost onlv a few millions in the admlnMl ra- sheet over and wrote on its back an injust as ''rent and vital an interost as the men among the Wisconsin Republicans have but one meaning: 'Work for lawfully complain of the burdens the honost judgment; but, then, Sunday dinners. It holds for ords vjf the country, eo that wo may know tion of 1'olk.or Pierce, a id we have cowc to a dignant " Republican has. Now thoy your bread.' " by their own confession. reply and mailed it forthwith .Mr. Ulainti is not that kind ot a man. whetner it iswell or ill witn the country? May Ioriod whero vouny mon can not add it up. The old man smiled quietly, grinding coachman and stable boys, who arede-'- '' A genirlne superstition is rational atid have suddenly learned all sorts of things to the gentlemen who had signed tho I nsk your attention to unotuor illustration - of their ' appears to be a Germanic opinion It frauded by Sunday drivingon this subject.'- - I do not claim that one poThe true .Mohammedan appeal. about him. He has committed tho un- away in silence. Must Xot Dismiss Tliem. that the question of prohibition is a consistoit. Christianas a vile infidel litical party. In tho fln-- t piaoc, in its organizahope of re?t. It holds in the runway "Pake that woman who bought a the The Ihraltl correspondent called on National one but Mr. Blaine's trunAi pardonable sin, in their eos. of being tion Is probably any more honest than the stamp just now" Mrs. C con and the .steamer, as well as in tne othor. If we hal no political par ies In the The Blaine newspapers do not discuss Mrs. Morrill at hor residence this even- cheon llourishers declare that that opin- the offscuring of tho earth whom he honost. It Is a right mills and manufactories. country, and worn goitur'to eotaolish two po- the Mulligan letters. They do not print ing. She is still in doep mourning tinued, to relievo "the monotony of and ion s "bosh," and reiterate that "as oii"ht alvavs to despise, aud, if ho dare. sagacious. Is litical parties, and were to run a line tnrough on whoo reooirnition the religious obT Christian businessHe tlHainoi has a prudent, use of h'E her weanome waiting "middle-aged- ,' wurte xood man and this crowd, and the men on that ide were to su ..h parts of Hlaine's spcvchu?n refer, consented to receive the visit with great thoio was no reason in conscien e or to kill. Everything the servance of Sunday depends. A". X. ' half-fe1 suppose KtH,Mr is defiled, and the follower of t'rtnMH. be of one party and tho men on the side nf ever neat to a fault, and PfKrtun'tl"S. gingerly, to the Mulligan let- reluctance but she said that the exi- law why he should inject this State touches the other party, tho chances are there would .. Right you are. Mighty few oppor- the history of her life is: Work for six Independent. prophet associates with him r be just us many honest men on one side as ters. Tlie reason aligned for this pol- gency created by Mr. Blaine s nominaquestion into a National campaign, he tho W".ofar as h s fear of the Christ tin's "he has let slip, for turning days for money that will barely keep letIt is now concluded that the college tunities onlv uj on the other, and as many ropueson one side, icy is, that "Mr. lilaine duairus the tion is so important tha, sho was conperhups. as on the other. Hut Lake another ters not to be discussed by his frionds vinced all private feelings should bo didn't do it that is all!" That is what iron-'Auand armies torcc inin to tloso. either an honest or a dishonest penny. her alive live? young woman can keep a secret, and 3ij tho makers of Blaine literature wou'd tcp In this thought. Suppose this party Ard that's one reason why the people Bi the "Republican S'.iierstit on. "That's about it! That is Anne the recent annual convention of the ... subordinate to it. As her husband had perhaps call a stupendous argument' comes into power and it becumes cstah.ishe 1 or advocates on tho stump or in th ng that the Democrat may arc not going to elevate him to the Scott. She makes women's skirts on Kappa Kappa Gamasecre,,gociety1 at. thavatiii frolnirto rctttrn toyower for twenty press." The motive asigncd to this been one of the most distinguished, loyOf course there was no reason iu con- after mitt gliiior. a good menu, a Presideiu-y- . years, have the contioi of the otticets the conAllmn i Artjn. no L 'sclf-respcct- ." The lllaino al and upright member ot the Repub- science or law why he should in cet by be the machine at a dollar a dozen! She Canton, N. Y., is accepted as, proof trol of thomoncy, and oi the country. l;ou t dosire inker, a good merchant, a good you ce that all the rogues on this side, would men maintain that thev will not "dis- lican party, as ho had assisted in its his vote the mere provincial question of KO Thousau 's upon thousands ol ha3 been engaged to be married for fif- thereof. The society has a thousand" praduarij come over and join the stronir tide.' cuss the character of Mr. Blaine, am! formation, had been one of its first oi members and a scored" chapters locate? choosing a Governor oi Maine inlo a trustee, superintendent, president up- the more d" ent and respectable Re- teen years to John Furlong, that chiefly in the many institutions of the tjn't that human nature.-- And more than manufactories or rat roads, honost. .y that don't you know as thpy come over thoy do not think he needs any defense." It Governors elected in this State, and "National campaign." but he did it publicans have fully determined to stooped shouldered man on the other truthful, turns about and west and northwest, and is the biggest "" would gradually push honest men on this side is conceivable that tho devotion o held its traditions and its principles ' that is all' And he dodged the prohi- right and merely that the Democrat is withhold their support from Blaino side of the street." back and hapk untll.they would take control personal friendship may comfort itso'l faithfully until his last conscious mothing of its kind to date. Cleveland "Why don't they marry?" chicly for the reason they havo become bition question, not because it is more of the dominant party them elves.' To a t c ry . It is not rationa1, ment, she knew that if alive he a Stato question than the election of a mistaken as to his view3 of tho Govern- thoroughly disgusted with a certain ellargo extent that wi.uid prove ti be the hu- with this reflection. "It's. John's mother, ma'am. She Lealer. man nature of the case. Without discussing-th- however, to suppose that such a finely-worde- d would feel that it was disgraced by tho and public policy, but that he is ement in t' eir party which comprises As our Christian civilization .an.-- . had a fever and it touched her brain Governor, I tit because that is the kind ment question .wheibt r the liopubMcan party oagorly and anxiously awaiting the men like Steve Elkins Bill Chandler, and she went quite mad. It takes all vauces, now problems, undreamed ofti excu-- e will deceive or satisfy nomination of Mr. Blaine as its candi- of a man Blaine is. That also is all. nns tteon guilty oi a great irauu, ior t ioav chance to destroy the country and ruin Robeson, Kellogg. Dick Harrington and John makes at the loom to keep her in century or two that to your own reUe liims. 1 assume the anv one but nersonsl frieiuts. A man date for President, and that it had let Chicago Times. rieTo the front ground that whon a part has been In power whose nublie honestv is uetionod. has go of all the earidv prosperity of every man. every Star-route- r that had made its existence in the country. The a private asylum. There's some men and clamor for solution. But stepbj exclusively, not allow-inthe other txirlv to and child in it. woman participate in the a.la rs of the Government to detend himself in polit cs or the necessary to the country. Republican mansion is full of vermin that would have quietly put her iu tho stop with the new state of tiling which Blaine's Recent Speech there tor a long period of time, may ought to lie a geueral conclusion i that his houety If tho Democrats were a mere hand- and there is a necessity for fumigation almshouse. But Furlong'll never de- awaken these problems, marches the When Garfield was nominated,'' change that the poop.e com.' to know Whon aJnrge said Mrs. Morrill, "he said to me, sadThe sjieech of Blaine at Augusta ,hc ful ot lawless, ambitious, desperate aud extermination to make it tit for sert his mother even to marry poor new wisdom which is,rosolve Ihemi ft with some degree of ccttainty how it is with will not bear defon-- e their ail airs (cues ot "We will have it this and the mo5t respectable portion of a ly and seriously, "My dear, the Repub- other everiing, fully diustrales the char- mon. bent on petting possession of cleanly men to inhabit. Cincinnati Anne Scott. He's fond of her, too. The day of human6wer, of human fall." Yes, sir, you are going- to have it this bolt hs nominatioa, on lican candidate will be elected this time, acter ot the man and his political meth- power by force or revolution, the Re- Enquirer. He waits at that corner half of his knowledge, of hiuwiin wisdom. s growfall." I don't aspect, gomlomon, Hint ail the nfan's party m m the espre- - ground that he is dishoneM, but, unless new methods are used in the ods. He was in a jMsition of difficulty, publican fear of them would be intelmen in oftice will be turned out. 1 do notde noon-hou- r every dav, just to see her go ing; and thefo morrow which our of that they constitute tire that where a Itepublicun, gov eraed by his the prima faci of his party and new and better men become and he called to his aid the same mix- ligible. What the Country Needs. clnldren wjJlisee shall be wiser than by." conscientious convictions, has been in otllce of the people of the I'n'.ted rcallv ehangAl in th public its leaders, ho will be the last one. You ture of audacity, address and equivoca- one-ha- lf y in the wisdom of which so , the nd has protcn himetftobe atrut and honest "Fifteen years!" said Mrs. C Democratic economy in the House 01 man in the administration of that otilee. I do mind to a prima fa te jiresurapt:onot will livrt to see a Democrat elected four tion bv which he has served his (urose States. In 17G, counting the whole of matyof "us exult. As we look back y under her breath. not ask that bo shall bo tn nod out But I his guilt. In the eac of Mr. Blaine, years hence. I will not- -' Mj uiviliza- more than once before in his eent u' the opposition, tho Republican party Representatives at the last session ol sk that honest men shl. be piaced In office "You see," the old man continued. nvtlcomnaro the csterdav of some hard parti"silence is confess on." continued Mrs. Morrill, "died history. Hi subject was the result ol was 3W,OtH) votes in the minority. If Congress is wo gain some faint futtieientl nun.er us to give the people of HiHHion with its this country Information In regard to their fcomc of h's less irrational friends see of his devotion to the party of which he the Maine election and the tjfr before the Democratic party is the dangerous san blows. It is found that the Indians "Furlong's not a skilled weaver. glimpse of how great shall be the wis, flairs. hat ."The..,MB5UiLv . thus sa liv st oke. It is t.nouostioneu him was to make the most nfu for the party which the Republican superstition are suffering rom it, that there cm t earnings are smaller thau those qftho dom of its this and seek to Sunday School VT "",7 IHAhar to rin.thlM nrn,. is men. He is a shepherd brf ighfcr: Ijopresents ft, this form of government a m.w avy liectuisc of it, and that other ;tKtltbbrvtktngovnipontaidi iCfloftw'4nn 4tyfcfcg Times. Uand.-Jljjf ti heritor ilatftinllldihMntica!W!CTtiioUj uon anat mere o ugntnow to be a change. I nas oeen cieauni. .incre is no nsw wi dated from n porhaps, too faithful? J the snrtta tiriro to extuain ami .a au hoi Know wuj-- lae ttejiuuucaDs tor tne last i reopetii nir tlie matter. ' this true Is m perio'inarKteof his duties in the Iroas- - could, the adoption of the proit bitioii iu thfficoirntry, wno are ciiraous, voters, boing--. deranged uy it uevonu recovery. landcir' 1'UMfBST rJLRAtiKTl'IlS. - .. uiiivicciMcui'i unc&amiu wu-- uunHKrai.r ,, - , what could he'dotihllhat case?. There. OV tlu In comparison witji.-Uiuv- urv uepartment. vou shall have no otinn in tho Mnmi Jine ciiares were "cxainiueu amen Iment- lhis wa3 not an casv farmcnanufauturer.Nlaborors, pTOs economy one recalls with pDemocratica are no sheep in the streets of Philadelthe atlairsof the Government. Thoy have (Committee of the lirtuse'Th 1.S7G up to c iliar -To a question of a Herald correspon- thing to do, because tho result of the fcssio'nal mon, are bonf, "on getting poswriter sadly remarks: ot t'n Republican phia." at winch .Mr. JJ ame uas re dent as to tho Onio letter Mrs. Morrill election for officers was not decisive session of the government only to deHis liltltf h I)0.ri tion the is the sister of sorrow. ". rose quickly, and wont production has evidently beon returned . Mrs. C is doomed. It maun-jcmi'iiThe Back Salary bill aid not aree with thorn, and what do you quinyl to produce the Muliigan letters said: enouirh to afford much jKditical capi- stroy it, then the Nation r think ot it, my countrymen" bhall It be con- ani stand a n of its citi- max be given a- - an install e. The to the door. The stooped, liigh featured with two eeuts dm on the envelope. on them, "Some six weeks ago I received a tal, whilst the action on the amend can never exist with one-haitinued any longer.- - Cries of '"Nor To what Two things prevented aud the priiii little wo- Jerity Lily Journal. that step from letter from Cohmibu". O., on a sheet ment was so pronounce I as to leave no zens so ignorant, so unpatriotic, or so Rivor and liar or bill of a couple ol working-ma- n tondition have we orac? I reter now to the it disaffected as tho "Republican supersti years ago is another. The liberality man who passed each other with a sudttatement mado by Mr Calkins, Republican being taken. Mr. Blaine had an with printed lica representing some doubt whatever as to the tendency o. -- They were sittiug on the porch of thc,- d candidate tor Got ernor, in a sjeecb at den lightening of the face, were more sunstroke and he roiigned his political organisation. I was. so sur- - the Maine Republicans. has been so extreme that mill.ons were Blaine met tion represents it to be. a iow weeks ago. He ani we now have you f The superstition is all tho more ab- taken from tho Pnst-- o lice IVparlmeut interesting after all than any piece of Grand Union at Saratoga. "Are ?40J TOUlO JU In the Treasurv. Ho and indignant at its content- - that this difficulty not in a mauly. direct know ' scat in he House, w't'i tho result, and, Browne?" bow be came to say that He said that by indisnutablv with the intention, of nut- - Iriaodnot particularly notice whether it bocause tliese same terrible an- and for a long time nt.od" was the old Satsuma or Capo di Monti. Yet fond of works of art, Mr. manner, but by a sort of a political surd, way of braggadocio by way of a Utunt to tho she asked. "Very." he replied, gazing! i n. was from a Mate Committee or some double shu e. He said, in brief, that archists, as the "Republican supersti- wiser, and the dov eminent was n.ter-ward- s what prices had she not paid for these! at Democrats. Ho said .the Itopubucun pirtv ,l'no ''"eeii ixonu itu her with undisguised admirations- tt regards them." have had Then tne "examination' h d to e?ae. political club, but it was s;gned by Mie followed Anne home and spent spend hundreds of thoumade to when it catne into" 'joVr found an etipty the Stat election ha 1 been carrio 1 on tion"of score of State Governments. X. Y. Sum. .Treasury, ana nor it has WJamouo in The Henublicair a t onal otr enUons Mr. Brown, as Chairman, and a Mr. tho tariff issue an 1 that prohibition sands cf dollar 111 a proceeding look an hour in her solitary little room. ,, the Treasury. Po you want to hear mo are, as they have been be- ing like prosociition, but which was de Then sho went to find" John Furlong. "If a baby cries, says an e- It was as well as had nothing to do with it. The tirsl Thoj y ul l ' Jinu-ioi-i il ;tuu 1001 ctuinuu Ogden as sPCCS? -J- UX. opinion of what iva foi-.-uNow signed liHTelv to allord a cloud oi She was eager, enthusiastic. Never change, warm'its feet before vou llose' country. w eli. it tliese charges also. 1 he tirst two con I can remembor iC about as follows: naio condition of tho was a practical issue in the campaign fore, in possession of Connecticut. is not in having- aTreasury overflowing, it is ventions i ung Mr. Blaine out I ecaose Jersey, Senator IH M. Morrill: ami the latter was not. To enforce York, New Colorado, Ohio. Michigan, smoke under Which the guilty might had any chase for Capo di Monti in it." It is nothing rfew. wtftmderstand. not in the collection from the people of un1 . The situation in Ohio Is a critheard of more Europe bceu so evcitinsr as this. Mrs. to warm a baby when it cries: lnt.fun Deir The nominal on told millions of money that it may be hid of the letters. this aspect of the case he adde I that Delaware, Nevada ami eiuisylvania. escape. Nobody .ever show party account ( 'ai f ornia. way in tho vaults of the Treasury. At WashBlaine in 18 has caused the mon ical on". The on Mr.isItin trouble oncandidate he ha 1 not voted on the amendment at Tennessee. ered money C It ania.ing liberality was a widow, the owuerof a foruiuatcly, parents do. not tuuaUqon-aame as the of the attacks ington they are (tigging new vaults. of to tling themselves out ol of the party. Your well' known character as a all, because prohibition was a Mate Notln' has occurred iu these States to upon the avy Depni iment. It took country seat, a farm and many fiocks. line the "operation to the little one lidding1 to th ol I taults so us to find room ror b.iJim pare and uprteht satesnmn. and comin? s. the Democrats are not just old hulks worth about t.v-- j dollars and She wanted a trusty shepherd and a teat. Albany Journal. putting away the people t currency, it is a the organisation becaiue, of tiiosn the matter, and bv no act ou of his should fhow thtt lrom Ilia ne sown matter of joy, is it that th icepublicans hare These facts explain win Mr. charges as no oneState you could rettite you he obtrude it in the National campaign. as capablo ana nones' in tneir auminis-trata- i spent upon thoin, not once but several woman who could take charge of the larvenltwha''3;,i hopo Mr. smith no Airs nowin tho 'treasury tlUI.OOO.UW.' And that, Blaine has passed the word that no dis will oome to us in thiseise can. We and mako emergency, as their opponents have beon. times, hundreds o' thousands of dollars house in her absence. frentlemen, is h If of thejiaper currency of In this way he sought to make out o. has been telling him about as many speeches as noss ble. the country, and more. The paper cu rency euss:on of the Mullgan letters shall instances there has beon that thev might be turned inlo vessels a of In John Furlong and his wife have been house) I suppose vou will hayedmnb- - M of tho country- - is about S7UO.Oou.(D0. and of tho take place among his friends;, but they "I was indignant and amazed that the Maine election and prophecy same in the worth onlv a lew thou-atu- ls improvement at the established in a pretty cottage on her waiters in the house? MrsiT'.-W- f1 currency of the country then? is kicked up in at the Democratic I'efeat, 5ne of these vcs-el- s, temporarily farm for four years. They have gained shan't! I had a deaf cook once; amieLf&H Treasury WUj.UJj.OOO. I)o you des. re that' If put an entirely d erent face on the any Republican should be ignorant that time pro enl the a !option of the pro- ecoHpiy and efficiency of tho Adminis- - most, m, vote for Mr. Calkins, vote for tho Hepu!-lica- n reasons from that which he would have my husband was dead. I was more in"1111 rvpiioiica.il used as a lcaiirc vessel for a portion a home and. happiness, but her gain is vowed then never tn havo auother,,crip tralVi. hibition amen Iment lrom injuring tho candidate for President, for they boast the-- wear. w dignant that he should be asked to as' ' , stipt stition ths Mates should have of the t'ovcrnini'iit and incidentally to greater. She has found higher uses pled servant. IloMon Transcript. to you tnat tuev nave iockcu up shuj.ww.oiiu or Republican cause among the your monor. What right has the Government of Mr. Blaine on the for her life than artistic devotion to old A consideration of the letters makes sist in making Mr. Biaine President. I becq heu over to aturvhy and deviltry advance tho elements. to $100.(0 r.UOJ of tho people's monoy tnat it 0Vl-r- J ItCpUttllLan, WllU a lon-iet"Your trip to Italy must have been IUinu at once sat down and wrote on the oimieti wnu a china and brie The heathen How like this is to Blaine's acts in sncl" as ra ed in the Southern States raging ma 11, ic ontfhas no occasion to use in the administnit on back of tho sheet this reply, as noar as anti-ulain- o coal schooner and was at tho bottom ol maxim for life was "Know thyself!" very pleasant," said a young lad3'toduring the rei?u of the 'carpet bag dfitsatrairs What woud bo the effect tt tne and au uprnrht intent, an 1 am now sorry past years! How closely it accords with 'Vdministratiou. returned fronjLjj 50 DttroU Free Press. taxes were reduced so that the money wou d man. mere are plenty o men wnn I can remember It will cost but tho Christian's is "Know thy Simpson, who had just (tho water 111 live minute-- . come back" into .your pockets and into that I did uot keep copies of both let the character f the man as interpreted foreign strand. "Very interesting, "ina very Iaro sum to rai-- e her, and brother!" Youth's Companion. the j channels of trado' by his career. it was the National Don't you upright intent who are ior Blaine, but If deed", ' answered KeT "Now, tell me," and of my reply. Political Parade in Maine. when "she s nvsed and lepaircd over enter-prizo- ? know that it would stimulate they lack the logical mind. The uniot question ot the tariff that carried the The Late saitl she, '"does Italy reallyslook like ":! Dont you know that It would give of the jiower to reason correctly, with To Drown, Chairman, Columbus, O.: he w.!l bo worth about half the by what Mr. Blaine 1 am surprise I and ?hooKid to receive suoh Mane election, hall I stop now employment to laboiersr The returns up to tho hour of writing again he re uricct'Oii boot? You know thais tho way 1 ? The Steerable French Balloon, cost of I thought every c tizen in represents as a most significant ma;or-ity- , and Seak of the present condition of our the possession of a patriotic purpose, a communirn'ioit mafrom Maine ind.cate a Republican looks on the map." , country? Four years ago. when, you know, makes a Republican, who exam Mies the this country know my husband wits at rest. I It nm-- t It s:iid nevertheless that how comes it that the vote is so jority of some 1.V00 to Jf',00). The as but it was tlusbcr times and everything was well Mulligan letters, a condemnor of Blaine. am in mourning for-- liini, my as muchHeav- I Messrs. Renard and Krebs' reported there has I een a great ileal of RepublicWithout doiit" anything tcr descrb mourn his death, I thank with the reople. wheat was worth $1.20, aia I'ather in nearly the usual party vote? There been sent, compared with discovery of a steerable balloon, occuote aga;nt him. en tnat ho chi ed him home before the party were no indications during the canvass returns have labor was we.ll paid, and a Itepubiican orator Some of them will it, de owl hab gained de name o beiii"' ' a silly mode an ctmomy. Dur 11 r the twenty-fon- t those of September, 18a of sciences cauto to y u and said; 3Iy countrymen. Others will refrain from voting. Oth- he loved so well and did so much for had so that the industrial classes were very of comparison which only requires a years that the 1 civtbii an party has pied the Paris Academy was read from wise. Dis is jest beeasu he's got er bigg pnnit"h nlnnnf Am fam icnn't vnli Iff rnll itse; as to nominate so wicked a been in power it mi lit have created a again recently. A letter willing- to'turn a party out that has brought ers will reluctantly vote for him, but man for tho highest office within the gift of much interested in the tariff, nor is it head an' er motif dat ain't alius .open. little more an tlysis to get at the pro a d you such prosperity and put a party in that will not put forth any efforts to elect tbe American peoolo as 1 know and my M. Dupuy de" Lome, a member of tlie It ain't sense, dough, dat keeps fie, spent true that t formed in any sense the ble result Tiic Blaine managers will navy it l don- - -- mo toy enough you do not snow what will be the eonse j him. That is why Mr. Blaine prescribes Knew James G. lllalne to be. If ho o. It might iiavo Academy, well known as a zealous owl's motif shet, for when he do Openi The,- ought to but it hasn't woro alite he would not siipMrt Mr. Illaine pivotal point in the State campaign. claim a great victory. flueneeV Atid to that appeal the" people lis- Sev- or Hny such man, even at the bid Hug of his had an In liait policy tlmt would havo laborer fn the science of aeronautics. it he kainj say nothin'. De tongue How is it now? Are men employed? silence on the Mulligan letter-- -. tened. The Republicans carried Maine because be allowed all thoencouragemeut they ChaiiIOttbMoiikii.i- principles laid Are furnaces tbrowinir out lire and smoke eral times a policy of silence has got party. lian is a Repu-lica- n Slate, and hits not can nathcr from the rtlcct ot" their prevented ord 11. 1 y '11more starvation at It is, in fact, by tho de Lome that is kep' still on account o' sense, sa'yi that indicate successful enterprifo and indus- - ' Republican politicians out of a bad Mor- it "My husband," continued Mrs. pronounced down bv M. Dupuy irregular and the soniethin' smart whon it do try? I have hero from au Iudianapoils paj er practically unopposed efforts at tho for many exceptbeen carried by the In or evening, ierbaps the best edited scrape. It will not a d Mr. Blaine, this rill, ""was visited by Mr. Blaine investi- Democats, jvar.s on a "fusion ticket," greatand from which they have taken article at stated and convenient peri- Messrs. Renard and Krebs have been Arkfiasuw '1'raceler. . the State paper of the Itepubiican party in that city, time. The charge of "throwing mud" beginning of the Congressional their or when some local question of over- their candidate. Thev need it for their ods; but. it has reserved theas public guided in the construction ofto, M. baltho JTem'ja. statement of the amount of failAmerican Editor So, you would? Duihoso loon. In the letter referred ures that have recently taken placo in the will no- - serve. The matter is Mr. gation into the Little Rock Railroad whelming interest deranged tho or- personal consolation, but that is all the funds for other purposes, such country. It is a dispatch from New York, Blaine's writing. Even conspicuous bonds. Mr. Blaine, as he did to Mulli- dinary party lines. Another reason is meutioned above. It has bepn extreme- puy de Lome affirms that his own ex- like a position on my paper? , London ' that tho business failures throughout the importuned ray husband with tears that the Republicans made special ef- good it will do them. As compared ly economical with respect to the de- periments in 1.S73 conclusively proved Journalist Yes, sir: Inave'ad much country tho last tcven days, as reported to K- - present advocate of his has deliberately gan, entreaties to use his in'iuence so with the September vote of 187G, the fenses of th sir. "It to s aboard during its the practicability of guiding balloons oxperieuce in Lon'on, G. Dun (. o -- and tbey are great authorities declared in the past that the letter- - allow and save him. When my husband resigned forts to insure a victory in Maine. They last one held undor normal conditions, greatest prosperity that subject has in a horizontal direction. His ma- happens that the only position vacautjj on thatsubject number forthe.rntted States the conspicuous iruilt of Mr. Blaine 20,-00- 0 have ISK), ror Canada 14, tour) -- 13, as against IMS last is that of a paragraph writer. Are.you squanto go into tho Cabinet, it was generally saw that it would uot do to Mone Blaine they ought to have had more than week, howmx an increase of- - seventeen fail- The cry of "Democratic calumny" will his ' and majority. The average majority rarely been mentioned. It ha? other chinery, however, did not permit a pretty good at paragraphs?" ' "0, yes, understood, and my husband so under- beaten in wereown State. tho and ures this week over last week. In other not avail. As mauy Republicans a greater speed than ten kilometres an State to from 18C0 to 1876, in September of dered millions on whisky thrown into ave three paragraphs already words, it is per cent, more for the week that Democrats demand the defea' of Mr. stood, that Governor Chamberlain speakers sir; I result, while So it rings and for the benefit of' itself: but hour, anu this was not sufficient in face written at rayA'otel." ended yesterday than for the week before "Well, fetch,, would be appointed to fill the vacancy. prevent so tlisast ous a extraordinary Presidential years, was 17jOO. that,' an increase In failures ot 8 percent., and Blaine on account of these letters. the Democrats made no with all their strain- it has not spent a dollar toward a new of a wind of any superior degree them over." fc'ith pleasure, sif;"just i bow can 1t bo otherwise when there is this naw, a better Indian policy, or tho de of velocity. Messrs. The filmy plea of "dignity" and Instead, and to tho surpriso of every exertion, as under the circumstances will bo seen that Renard and "ing, with the advantage of Mr. Blaine's enormous portion or tho people's currency "self-respec- t" will not do for Mr. one, Governor Connor appointed Mr. they did not expect that the Republican appeals to State pride, with the field fenses the country needs. But there Krebs will, however, says M. de as soon as I ca 'ire a wheelbarrow. locked up in the vaults of the Treasury? Exdiange. For Lome, employ, in an experiment to j of discussing Blaine, then a Representative in Con- ticket could be defeated. Send that money into tho channels of trade Blaine set the eample has been no let up to taxation. This is the and wheat won't sell at a begginir market for these letters (l) by stealing them anil gress and under charges in that body, to true explanation of the Maine election, substantially abandoned to them, the some reason or other nobody and nothLittle Nell "But, mamma, I can, be made at an early date, a motor of a Republicans have managed to hold their fS cents, 7- cents and 78 cents a bushel. It is " y 60 cents a bushel less than when you violating hi promise to return them. tho vaeancj-.- Morrill intimated,' the ap- and when it is remembered that Blaine, own, but have not succeeded in getting ing but itself as been benefited by this double power to that which he had have a picnic without sending iuv'ta As Mrs. years (2) by garbling them, reading them elected a Itepubiican candidate four i tions, voir know." Mamma eit, nominee for President, is a Maine man, their fair share of the increased vote. ctirious ccinoiny. The war tax still used, and attain a speed of twenty-liv- e ago who made James G. Hlaiue Secretary ot out of their order, and omi' ting to read pointment of Mr. Blaine to the vacancy and that the National energies of tho If that satisfies the managers we havo exists. The snfp'us in the Treasury, kilometres per hour. The groat prog- vvill write them for you." Little ell,, State, and if you have your mortgage to pay or interest upon it, counting a ousnet ior i. four of them altogether, after false. was evidently to save him from tho Republican party were employed to 'But thev have to be printed. Jennie witi all the misapplied extravagance ress made is, he adds, the invention no disposition to complain. It takes a good maoymoro bushels now to pay iysay;nsr tnat he had read them a'l, further investigation and the inevitable the result, it is surprising that It is plain that the elcotion will havo and misdirected economy of the party, of a machine w'hich. including batteries Blank's ma had hers pnnted.'andtacre- j , ox onyour mortgage debt than itdid tho interest incriminating verdict of the comnjit-tc- e. the m i ority is so mall. It shows h but little is" dull. Labor V and accessories, s weighs only five was a 'propriate motto rthat'SiiJv.htJ years ago, and when you come to pay anu V3; hr running awaj irora tuc influence on other States. It still exist. Busine-Governor Connor had his reward. 1 emocratic strength was kept well to- gives your mortgage off it will take a good many t quiry at exactly uie stage wnere ne ill paid or wit'iout employment. It is hundred and sixty kilogrammes. M. Jennie called it -i- one corner. can X t no evidence of anv such populargooownue would have been more hundred bushels than it diet a require l to staud a Ho is now Pension Agent for this State, gether, and even received considerable ity on Mr. Blaine s part iu the State of estimated that there aw $400,000,000 of Dupuy do Lome expres es himself alto- remember 'what it was thongr. KJ. XUCj UU llJl-CaIUJUU lSn, M UiB AlM on the. letters, by re- tho best office next to the Collector-shi- p. accessions. four years ago. let w oil enough alone. It is his residence as should have been ex- unprofitable money in the Treasury; gether as very sanguine upon tbe Mamma -"- Well, it would not'do in Augusta (Me.) Cor. Ar. 1". Herald. not well enough, it is bad enouga. When you signing from the House, when resignaAs to prohibition, nothiugihatBlaine pected; none such as Mr. Edmunds but there arc hundreds of thousands of achievements of his fellow, laborcri, use the same .motto, of course.ell-'- Can't may know seomen out of employment you or any other Republican speech-make- r would have shown in Vermont, or Mr. men, anxioti to work, with their hands but it will seem to most people that vou think of one?" Little there is trouble somewhere. God wrote It in tion was confession and dishonor. About Doilsrins. Every fact and reason in the case acarlydaysofour race that by" the sweat of may suy can mislead the intelligence of Lincoln in Illinois, or Mr. Gresham in in the'r pocktts, and with but faint hope light as the new electric machinery ves, the verse-- 1 had in 'SuridaV-sl-noS- l' his brow man shall earn his brca), but it did counts for Mr. Blaine's prescription ot just One of tho manifestations of tho im-m- the'eouut. 1 ro jil ition, in the view of Indiana, it discloses the fact that that in due sensou they will find there may be in comparison with thathither:o last week would l bo ,m ,ftliethjngjgw . teem that there was coud ed with that Divine silence to his friends about the Mullitr-.- i W't, if'- is Republicans, is no longer a .State mat-te- n where he should have been overwhelm- the money which good gov erument nev- experimented with, a weight of live .viamma ..r...l have a sentiment that perhaps a man should moral character of our public lum chance to earn bread by tho sweat of his gan letters but his explanation of why "dodging." those who hundred and sixty kilogrammes is a Little Nell "Go to tin; ant; thotf -- jv Its advocates have pushed it into ingly strong he is no stronger relative- er fails to distribute among It is witnessed almost brow; but ttis not so now with all. There aro ne has Jirec ed that the matter li- ft be ig daily in both chambers of Congress. the domiin of National politics, and the ly than even Mr. Haj-e- s eight some that can not get enip.oyrccnt to earn ago. deserve it- - Thin there is not too much dangerously large proportion of the sluT"ard." Philadelphia - Oil. tt.-- . . their bread. I bave undersood that one of nored is found to be as tlimsy as any Hardly a division is taken on a public rise and history of the movement are The real struggle is yet to bo made. money, but the-- e is the most rapacioui total weight, namely, two thousand . the establishments in this city that pave ' of Messrs. Renard and on his part, question or measure that is not prepretense of statesman-shitoo well known to be misrepresented. It will not bo materially affected by the economy. There is not money enough, kilogrammes, Thein'.s Vittlrs. not long since .to one hundred .V:' but mill ons of dollars are scattered Krebs' balloon. hands to now.cloed down. There is no cm based on the fact of thirty vears of of- - ceded by the rapid disappearance of It originated in Maine within the Re- "political promenade" which the manarious explanation-ar- e g: oTer,;pnjj.fl any more, and so tt.is with lavish hands where they can not p:oyi8Bttae.re A'bani Arqus.i Tr. A select circle arc smiling given of the reasons preventing the ,some great statesman in a cloak-roopublican party, the party of fanatical agers' had arranged in Maine. It will with -- . V at Indianapolis, that form the old rolling-mi- ll tt: or his sudden recollection that he has ideas and iutolerant spirit. It hits ac- be determined by forces far more po- do the genera! pubic any good. The icrial voyage from Meudon to Paris of the incidents m the oridai tour 'u; erly employed hundreds of men. It is silent mad0. nn an important appointment exactly at quired strength in Uepubl can States, tent than those enlisted there, and these business man finds himself crippled so last Saturday, which thousands of per- wcalthv Detroit widower who weddi'lM; now as fn the grateyard across the way. Thot-' - , in his own State MJmuiant or inoor, the stm.u'ant ot enter- commencement forces are working steadily and strong- - that he can not be enterprising and sons had assembled to witnes. Thr a second wi e some time ago atid sijt.ritia prise and life, of activity, is aead it is locked resulted, as was anticipated, in brio"-u- that moment in some other part of the and it is only s n e the can not pay labor the price it deserves: truth is, that in the previous experiment ed for the Pacific CoMnn a jauiX. j.V capitol. Tho real motive of his action of reaction that R 'nblican leaders and iv ax ainst iiiaine. A. J. Jtmes. in the Nation's Treasury, and the Demo- , .... cfatssay a change of policy to reduce taxa-- ipg out an extraordinarily large Repub-tto- n is that of a political coward, or a truck- politicians have found it necessary to and as for the labor ng man he is so the machinery had been damaged and The liait I.tKCll men ...pits nil- - !.. ' .....-... ... win make ttea6ier upon tlie people and licdn vote at the election in Maine: A" ; 1.:.. e very spot on which the late s (tieozed that he demonstrates in a some modifications of detail had been the train uere ...1 explain or apologize for its existence. ui J who wishes to wiiuu ""s1" J.Ol.'- " ' thel burden lighter. the Democratic counter efforts were on ling politicastro, opinion on the avoid .Whatever may be its merits or dements Czslp f Russia was assassinated is beinc rather dangerous manner and ono that a bushel ba.sker.ttula'? . There are a few other matters about which, quesany record of an judged desirable before further experi into the coach-wit- h - uoth ng like a corresponding scale tht probably, l ought to speak to you this afterwere undertaken. Lonaon of something and covered witlda sjH?tH? tion lest it should bo used to his disad- as a public movement, the Republican mTvta d bv the erection of a great ca- - promises to be extremely vicious. soon. Tho Bep'ublioaas have pretty much - plurality for Governor Robic. the What this country needs is good gov- nients & and piaced it on the .seat in,frqnt you and me up, my ordinary fellow- j vantage in some future election. It is party is its "author and finisher," and th(Mh 1 for which the Russian Govern- Standard. candidatp ior Wll . . will purchase from the English ernment. Tho reigning party has been dtisens. Tbey do not expect any more to get puocaii the bridegroom seemed Jo know Knave, not the consistency, not to say good faith and 12,(J!jO to 16,r00 a resul. the trick of a political the votes of tbe natives of this country, those reach from ."!kJ.,'whispered. well- - experimenting a quarter of a century 12,000. the The Lutheran Church of Finland about it, the bride havo vim got there :;. - j that were oorn here. They have pretty much which was exDected on thp emocratlt act of an hoDoraoie statesman, wno t aecency. rcqu re mat niaine ami viiicy pt5Z2etors, for 1 picture "What on earth nnvpr is afraid to hold and to declare ! who nursed it into li e should not up the Swedes and Danes, and I beliovo . bv Paul Veronese.. "The and business and labor are more is, for the moment, bishopless its Fives 'M thev have come down hard and hearv uoon Side, OUt Which, in the Size of the t'fT his opinions on public questions. crippled and more apprehensive vea "Vittles. I' wa the prompt reply. 1 .. lowed to shake off or to disparage its Adoration of the Magi." pastors having died within ' ! when tbey come to ures. hardly realizes-Republicaourrish I wear. lj. -- ?" exree How would it do to have a three chief "Vit whv how oonoluslon'-tfl- t 'i - The first can iret' Irish voters I recent election in Maine a pro- - claims in order to suit some particular the of one another.ther At the n l ti. - army neeus 1. rr. Alio tbey are pretty much gone up themselves. It tstions. iu too a few months "Them's v.ttles to last us uintfie 9 posed "prohibition" clause was sub- - j emergency. But the fact is. Blame bought philanthropic London lady has cna iji' P,5C"Pal r , will be prettv much a disappointment when pose we can sro seven .$&&&. . Hon. Thaddens C. Pound, oi mitted for incorporation in the provin- - ' sought to dodge the whole question, dian land in Manitoba of the Cana- navvnceis it. The tax payers need it. ' UCO Will ll AeTember comes around. That is my i fa" i owuuru IUI uuu- - You don t Pacific Railway, and is to establish Thc toast defense need it. The Indians . without eating, do ei"ht who appears and in refusing to voc himself on the I think, I know it is so in the neigh- Wisconsin, happily describes Blaine as cial charter. Mr. Blainp. t a coiouy ot deaf it-borhood where I live. Why, I eald the other distinguished "by is tnere an honest man or secration. will pro- de odder two baskiHs am jmfiltk;.. ' a "sort of declamatory .to havo taken great pains to exhibit ! amendment, in a State which was the vide an instructormutes. She and is to need fey at Connersville that an Irishman was a a woman or a btisines or labor interest tliebegro. guilty in farming, b:t""age ca", sail." During the last live vears Ne BttBral Democrat. Xhat is pretty much the and pugilistic state-craft.- " it. himself at the voting booth in his pre- - pioneer of the movement, he was tL expend a considerable sum in that ox- - that does not need it? Not one. AT. Y. Yorkers in Paris purchased S7,8? A CK troth. For one hundred years no has been He is the great slugger of That is hefwavtel hfshanir and backe'dto ttie' cinct, did not vote on that proposition, ot cowardice and e mivocatioc. Ataericau i Graphic wlb tbe Democrats: He remembers the day politics. eriment. worth of paintings. AT. J. Graphic wltea wb rnmrant In the That is to say, he "dodged." After- - Xowis Republuxtn. -,J- XNfel. mtt -- ,if - 'Lx. MMMw...i". firerara - s .'Eip!,.Exa - JA!T ..!. M ii j - Pt Vlce-rrelde- nt jl jj " - Know-Noth-ingism- s thrjor -- iuet i - f Ua-ne- - ho l u -- kt SllWSlSMrSJalftmfiir . ok - r.ifjfa - A to-H- alifa -- wL1iivlf- fr c - ro-gar- ds o d; -- ls aJ to-da- ,..'. , T ? m u In-te- to-M- hus-Land- ." rce-'ivin- to-da- I;.' XJiai-eOBste- i5tbbetfb5'PT"' n ' r" r.r.," m'iuymg$itiis4 ...' . liefnMlaSHnTSKlffii at-isf- linnni&fualMlnm&ZL Jrtch-rcon- lib-raht- 4 "PotrAjj t. cross-exaiuinalio- 1 un-tiaiio- pos-es-p- i .uu". i, .. Sei-retar- to-da- J to-da- y con-cion- ce lot-ter- hcr-uowsS- l it -- ter 1 i bus-ban- - i j i uatu, speak.'' " ' i ,, to-da- --w- in-fo- ur n cross-examinati- Ol en - " i ,r-wf- hce-jobbin- i ' ' ,,;,K". t!"8 wr J avf '' -- ; Re-iva- :;r mw kim aUk, feUow-citizen- n '"mj r j B. $Wi??Jl ' ' tripi "n das yott?'': ; Kaw-NothiRffie- m ; r SSSSFliSSHSiraSg&g S V t- IT J .' -- J 3 v sh&v? "',"" a)t HPwithta Wti3f H- -. ll . "A Book of Misdemeanors, aias For small houses an appoaranco of feel simply ailing: or if If greater size is given by having the Black Book," which is now preserved weak and dispirited, in the library of the college, purportsjo Ma-- Cheateji whole lower lloor carpeted alike. without clearly know-lnc- r I'd have yon know that why. Hop Bitters Wisconsin hop growers ow buck-- have been commenced in January, 1771, ona box of tho Frazer costs us nearly as KENTUCKY HICKMAN. will surely euro you. " this it is nil as tw0 boxes ot tht Hippopotamus Dorringtou Park. 1775. From " wheat in their yards, upon which tho and ends April mie we sell them at the same price. ' It wa? cIos on one o'clock dtf I Ucc will food in proferonco to tho hops. evidont that the pranks of our progeni3IR. Ji.NKs Batons box ct the KrazenrOI W you are a minister, and have overtaxed yourself with yotsr found out afterw ard when I awoke tors were wonderfully like our own. ' as lonB as three boxes of the other. Mihviukee Sentinel. MARRY ME, DARLINT, mother, worn ort ruLKtoral duties, or suddenly from u, on, ... wiintt-An1 sleep. The in UUIUK, SU'2l!ke lr Cheatem That's just it by sellinc with caro and work,a or a man of,Justness or The Arab compels his horse to feed The following extracts will suffice: rour every loeKs, my tall ngure all in wj, ijgfc and "February, 1771. S reprimanded this Grease you not only make twice as labor, weakened br the strain of tolling over Jfe lad!nt, It's axln' tliey nre i stant i openod. my evq? tao room tras . a. . from tho ground in order to maintain much profit, but they have to buy threo day duties, or a man of letu-r. 9 JOIiaUrpocs to the wars to bo kilt, . ilium ined by a vivtdftiash of lightning. arm an nii ".iu vAiuwiL-of the back bone. This is publicly forhaving come through a hole boxes of it when they would only bare ta your midnipht work; Hop Blttcra will moat !An come bactowhl an ilipint shkur, Minted direct at the men. I vS. not the curve way of and it was m iii nrhnbUltv a noal or surely strengthen you. ,. fabro huns on to a bill. fu feeding, and is an m the College Fence at twelve o'clock buy ona of the Frazer Grease. the natural t wonder at their fright. thunder that had hrnkeii mv slumbers at night." low mangers. argumont for ,Thcy offers promotion to thoc If you are suffering from overeating or Another Hash followed aflor 3 brief in" "July 9. 1772. V , D and N , r ai mis juncture came anothoj.flash. Who dlo In detinue of the right. -- Uncle Waldo, in the New York who had gono over the College Fence it Frozen mutton is sold in England, and drinkluc, any Indiscretiou or dissipation, or is no uncommon thine there for a butchanu a icrnuio peal 01 thunder startled suppose terval, succeeded aaiu by the deafenI'll bo off in tho mornln are young and growing too fast, as Is often -- Ye marry mo, durlint, tho air and shook the house. At tho Tribune, says he has had thirty-tw- o between the er to give a customer the cold shoulder. ing accompaniment My sleep w. tho case, years' experience with Osage orange the previous Tuesday, m., to bathe, bumcrvillc Journal. 9,j . very instant, impelled thereto by someh ours ot lhreeand four p, oflectually broken. I arose. Hung a There's nothin to raises a man. "Or if you aro in the workshop, on tha eyes of the wurrld as to fall thing within that I was powerless to Iicdge. and finds it so troublesome to were reprimanded, confined to College shawl over my bhouldors, and crowing In the 'farm, at tho desk, anywhere, andtfoel r, The boat builder is apt to have Fcrnlnn the ould ilaar. In the van. control, I burst into a wild peal of care for that ho would not allow a until Saturday, and each directed to signs thwartoiL Yonkers Gazette. his deto the window, drew back the blind and that night. that your system newls cleansing, Pierced through vid a bit of a balL to plant anothor on his farm if or 6timulutlngr, without lntoxlcat-Ing The lightning, if not quite so vivid maniacal, translate into Latin four pages of Dr. peerod out. As Ion' a0 as I can re' laughter. One man do for a r .' . if you aro old, ir it nothing and care for it Chandler's Charity Sermon." - t jAlCyb'm lam klltye can wear member, lightnino-haalways had a as it had been a little while previously, step iioarer I advanced; bi;f that was (blood thin and impure, pulso " Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for fSomellfp-un-t would turn stock. on yir boifnet. ' - ' cnipo unsteady, 1 acuities f Jlst think how the women will shtare "December 28, 1774- .- W , for not singular fascination forme. As a child still came in as fre nient Hashes, and enough. With a loud veil r,f nrmr till it Sic 'teeble, nerves Hitters is what you need to wanlnfr. Hop It is said that the development of performing his exercise the last VacaWid invy whinlver yo don It. I loved to gaze upon its vivid splendors, by its light my sUter and I made a the men turned and tied by the way 'give you now life, health and vigor." "" r l ., k i and in this respect at' least years have hurried toilet. Our houe stood a little they had come. I heard a crash of flavor can be hatoued by subjecting tion, as ordored by ye preceding visita' Oh, f wat a proud widdy yo'll be The costive, or dypeptia or,, suffjr-in-ir If you areany the cheose to a strong current of air. tion, to finish that, and also to translate day is question of the honr What time o' it? Boston Courier. . ."JVhln they brinff me carpo homo not to left me uuchauo-odnumerousmS-oase- s A board creakod way back from tho high roHd. from shattered glas: and after that I refrom other of the which it was divided by a tiny lawn member nothing more till I 0amc to Tho flavor is developed by the process half of the eighth iEneid of Virgil into mintion i as I crossed the floor. of the stomac'u or bortels, it lsypur ; Tho faetwc can live (don't yo seo?) If tho cheese is kept iu .English by ye first day of next term." " " Quick, complete cure, all and a low screen of evergreens. Once my sense-.to find Bessie supporting of oxidation. "Is that you, Barbara?" asked my All the ret of our lives on me ninsion ! own fault if you remain ill If. ' or twice in the course of the night one my head on her lap and pressm" her too close air during the process of curing John MacVullcn, in Harper' Maya-zin- ;. onnoyiag Kidney and Urinary Diseases, Jl. you aro wasting away witn nnv torm .. IP. ir. FCm, in Vmlury Slaodtiue. sister from the other room. ? ... it will be likely to bo deficient in llavor. of the mounted constabulary would smolling-salt- s of Kidney disease, stop tempting death this to my nose. "Yes, dear. 1 am "oing to look out . False hnir dos not antedate false mo mmt, and turn for a euro to Hop,vBitters. To break a new shoe, put it on and But John' ninety pounds were saved, for a few mmutes. J¬ tho lightning ride slowly past as he went his rounds; ! IX A FLASH. Weekly. Gentle Hint. but I was without any knowledge as to and it is hardly necessary to add that button it up. Then put it into a pan of bonutifu?M If you are sick with that terrible sickwas never warm water deep enough to reach the "Very beautiful- - riclyl wish it were the particular time when he might be Dethel, the KviaTOxn wanting employment should ness, Nervousness, you will find a "Balm When first I romembor my Aunt They had lieen sitting about twelve ' Barbara, she was ov5r forty years of anywhere rather than bore," answered exacted, or whether, in fact, the time seen in those parts again. Chambers' lower button. Wet it. nearly through; feet apart all the evening, discussing ac- readai.of MonnonitoPub.Co. in this paper. In Gilead" in Hop Bitters. Ik- - looked for at any Journal. t-r t 4f then wear it till dry, working the foot cidents ami what treatment was best in &fje; but she could never have bcon ac-- 5 Bessie, who at such times was just as at which he might It k the successful trapeze performer If you are a frequenter, or n resident of. specified point did not vary from night .now and then. It will not hurt tflo caes of drowning, burns, fits, cuts, etc. nervous as I was the reverse. a miasmatic district, barricade your.svscounted a hamlome woman. Sho was climb-acttem against the scounre of all countries looks of tho shoe, but will soften t'rn Ho is one of St. Paul's most iopular who generally reaches thu llealthrul Food. The Hashes followed each othor at in- tonight. Still, there was just a possivery tall and very angular, with a lori Texat Siflings. .Malaria, Epidemic Bilious and Inter- ileathor, shaping it to the foot. If tha young physicians, and rejoiced at this thin face, the most remarkable feature tervals of about a minute. 1, had wit- bility that he might put in an apHar-anc- e mlttentFeers by t bo usu of Hop Bitters.. at any moment, so I stationed The jierson who decides what shall shoe squeaks, tho sole is stiff, and foi opportunity to air hi knowledge to the "HotRh on Coughs," 15c., at Drusrgists. Comof which was 'a Roman nose of com- nessed thtoe or four when suddonly I plete airo Coughs. Hoarseness, Soro Throat. If you have rough, pimply, or sallow ekin, manding proportion?. But as she had gave a .Mart, and an nxoJaniaUou broke Bessie at the window to keep a lookout bo the food anil drink of a family, and this, grease it well, heating it in over charmor who had made such an inroad bad breath. Hop Bitters will give you fair involuntarily from mr litis. Tho last toe nun, and be iu readiness to raise an the modes of its preparation, U the one the stove. BujJ'itlo Express. blood, the sweetest breath and skin, one of the kindest hearts jn the world, into his allectious. Looking at him A JrsTicx's pantaloons can hardly be health. rich will bo paid for a case they wul $000 To boil an egg so that it is fit lo archly she said: her paucity of gooW looks seomud a flash had revcaledtfo 5ie the tignros of J alarm Uie moment she heard the tramp who decides, to a greater or lesser peace. Boston Buh not curo or help. callai breaches of tho " what shall be thoJioalth ot that eat, drop it in boiling water, anil pla e matter of trilling niA.ont to those who two men in the act o climbing over tho ot his horse's hodfs. Fdr onoo' in a "George, if I should start to fall to letbu ;" H. Lady's Wish. way the lightning wa something to be tamih , and she who adapts to fowl ;the covered, on top of thustoVe, the lloor in a faint, what would von had 'the prhilege oWnowimr her woll. garden wall. On&ot the men was a Ueware of the incipient stages of Con"Oh, howldo wish my skin was asclear w'as at iny re'jiiestiiat, some two or stranger to mo; mt in the other, instan- thanked for; each Hash lignted up the aud cooking of her family to the laws 'at one sido where the water will not do? " It and soft as yours," said a lady to her fnend. sumption. Take Piso's Curo in time. boil. Let it stand eight or ten minutes. You can easily make It so,' answered the three ears before her death, he wroto taneous as was tho revelation. 1 recog-ni.e- d high read for a considerable distance of health removes one of tho'greate-." I should spring forward and catch T on both sides of the house. health of )B this method the egg will be cooked you," ho replied. "How?" inquired the first lady. risks which threatens the the somewhat peculiar face ami SnouLD a mustard plaster be classed friend. 4isinir Hop out tha following narrathe of an actual " By Bitters that makos.'pure. When this was done, it seemed as if those under her care "Who drinks through and the white will be soft -- not among drawing materials? OU City titrure of a man named Dcthel. whom 'occurrence in her earl li'o. I put the She sighed, aud said: rich blood and blooming health. It did, it for, ,u-been done: and beer, thinks beer," sas anoldproverb. the hard, indigestible substance it beeverything possible urotper nan eiupiwywi temporarily me. as you obsert cJ' "Don't you think you would have to mnnuscribt awav at the time, and did v Iwth all rightly vet it bunch of green CyXono not come across it till tho othor during the JatweoK or two in the gar- - Iiands was next to nothing. I Withthink- but nobody can think at thostommh. comes by the usual method. Even if pring awful fast or that I would Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renewer" re- Hods on the genuine without a all the vile, pol- Shun pressed to my eyes, stood food in the egg left a little too long and with bad, have to fall very slow if you got hero stores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia,l. tonous stuff white label. or "Hops" In thelc, ,pday. On looking over it onco more, it dl'n 0,ir regular man boing laid up at with "Hop hard it will not be like an ordi- from away over there in time to save t,,c tim" witn rheumatism. There was ing as I seemed never to have thought And, says a sensible writer, if we only ! deemed to mo not nnworlhv of bein name. something in the looks of the man in before. Then it was that- - as sudden, would study cause and effort as we nary hard boiled egg, as trial will transcribed for a wider circle of readers me?" Possessed only in Imagination, a tmlnea an one. X. 1'. Titncs. Yonkers Gazette. than that comprised by the writer's Motion which had sot me against him swift and startling as one of tho-- e should, we would find that a great He took the hint and moved up, and becomes fr-A half acre of asparagus, the same all the reel of the evening they sat so the first; but if we were all to be Hashes which were momently illumin- many evils now attributed to Providi-.i-ce immediate friends and acquaintances, d X&uask me, to go back in memory iMgwl- b.v our looks alone, what wouffi ing the outer world an idea shot or Satan would fall into position and of raspberries, ot grapes and of apple, closo together that his my brain which instant woman to Cbegiusmy 9iiut)46 wharaeems to me breath mingled :i"ht.boI knou' V throughseemed to cau-- e for anh6art to label themselves "piecrust, "grease," could be attendedgirls, by onogood liv-- and her caramel-flecke- d "soda," "hurrv," and tho stomach, with a couple of 1113 an honest. or two and a " now like a period of remote antiquity" theconlxarj'TJelhol might in aromatic confusion. SI. Paullhrald. foiM)y, with a wife anl stand still. And yot at the" first blush that Tmr liv hnnltbfiil occupation tie mado Health ,whenJ,JiarbaraAV,ildron, wa twenty-- 4 FACSIMILE ptrxflK Guaranteed score or so of hen, a few children dependent on him; but for all it was an idea that had about it some- patient little servant, will be foun, to oll 0j jt- four vearr. tt aie. and my sister Bes-i- e What Forty Females Did. QUARTER JtK- .JJSaJLto give Sat-five years younger, and onileavor'to that, or tho davs he was workinir foV thing so preposterous, so ludicrous, be at the bottom of half the ills llesn is (i,jcks nm H milch cow could easily be DO AS OTHERS us I carefully refrained from going ingo even, that had the need been at ail lo-heir to. and over which we mourn. thrown in, as well as a small garden SIZE. .7Jff5&'XrrF?Vvv iai;uuii. put down in writing the little story I It was a cohl day at the beach. Forty ' imminont. I should have discarded it at t In winter the body require ample patch for home consumption, it may female forms reclined listlessly along O&OUF 5 HAYEDQNE. jfmr&zsTss&E told you by ord of mouth a few days-ago- . the garden. And ?ow,Jiore was this man, and an- onoe as little better than the inspira- supplies of fuel to keep up the animal isceni very vulgar to some to work in the broad piazzas of the Hardstuck 1'ou must know, then, that in those other with him, effecting a surreptitious tion of a niad woman. But, preposter- heat in addition to what is notary to this way, but 1 would much rather do House, but not a man was seen. Suddisordered? Are your Kidneysfrom -and mental ous as life Kldner Wort brou?bt jne might seem, a counter ten f das my siler and I wore keep- - entry of the promisosa at one o'clock m of me Ithe ideathink of no for the ami make up for muscular aro found in it than stand behind or sit at a sew- denly the girl with the telescope at the were, after 1 had Beon RlTf n up by 13usn". in best doctors could other, waste. These supplies M. W. PeTf rui, ilchinic Ionia, UlclS Detroit" to twelve hours a day, inglhousc'for our bmther John, who the morning! Such proceeding coukl end of the piazza uttered a shriek. proportions ing machine or work in a smothering -have but oue.endjn Aiew. Two ques every minute now was invaluable such food as contains large at that time filled the position of "Oh, girls quick here comes one." Are your nerves weak? "Kidney Wort cured ms from ntrroos nlcntr ard.nnd 1:111(1 tn l.nnl l)nrrinrfnn tions a once; put' thoinselve to mk. There was no time for hesitation. I of carbon; for conl, undor ono name or factory. Eunice, in Rural WorUl. There was a sudden and general upAc at Mr I ws not Mpwtr.l to lic"Mr. M. U. K mu-- t discard it or adopt it. ami that another, keeps our engines moving, - A correspondent of the Atitrrifin rising, aud the f. f. f.'s lined themselves The'house- wc lived in Avas a pleasant FirstU',,were these men aware that uk' Goodwin, Ed. CAnttiun Monitor CleTtUad, O. beating. but somewhat lonelv residence, about brother was from home for tite night, without a moment's delay. "I will try our tiros burning, our hearts arAroin-vioir- i Agrirulturist savs that tho color in behind tho telescope and craned their you Bright's Disease? Have Wort cum! ne when iny wter half mile from the little country town and that only three helpless women awl it; it can but fail." I said to myself, The oils -- butter and lard thf skin of a cow indicates color in the necks iu an eager gazo. Yes, sure "KldneT wJttt llko challc tad tbea like blond." carbon, ,""" tilo clo- - but'er. He has ncter seen a vellow- - enough, mainlv of of Lcvensficld. The houe Miited us a girl were left in the houe? Secondly, with an inward groan. ', and svirchv the stage was coming, and in it Frank Vlon,rebodx.llM' was a jar of white ment enters largely into ill the On the toilet-tablinned cow that ga e pale butter, or a man's hat was unmistakably apparent for several reasons. In the first place, had .they by some means become cogniSuffering from Diabetes?I hT which had been replen- foods, as the grains, rice, ptfioes. cry rich colored skin in a cow that the rent wa low ; in the ne A, a large zant of the fact that a few hours previtJ ul remedy l tne inn't t ides ui(j not give yellow or yellowish butter The stage drew nearer the crowd relief." kiwi ously Mr. Shillito had paid my brother ished the previous day. I shook out a peas anil bearis. Corn meal, erer tued. GlTes njiwwt (smwiWue MonUon, Vt. walled garden was attached to it, in collected; it stopped a rush was made. Dr. FlulHp C. DalkAi, quantity of tins powder, shut my eyes, containing starch, has a larger k"or all through the winter. When the yelk, wimyitocssiB ami i spent many nappy j " considerable ..'.,, or money, wnicai assimilation'ofJ Complaint? hours;rand-iHave you Liverehrook Lrrer IHreuce OM the third place, tlioro was j raust n9cesany siJI be somewhere on and proceeded to rub it thickly over tion of oil than any other grain m0!71 which gives this color in tho ears, tail Tenderly they collected the remains mo of tlie premises? In my mind there was m face, arms, and hands.. That done, perhaps, buckwheat, consequent!' corn and skin, begins to show iu the calf, it tho dude collar, the derby once so gay. a side entrance to Dorrington Park, by Deary Ward, late Cot Wtn Sit Guard, X. T. which my brother could take a short- - li,de lloubt t,,,l.t botl1 tl,esC facts we8e I drew tha white coverlet oft' the bed, jneal aud buckwheat are especially ap- will probably never shnv less, and the poor broken eyeglass and cane and TJ T7onr "Rfink lsima and nchintr? 'l'V known to the men. My brother's and draped myself with it loosely from propriate as winter diet. Acids or what butter the cow gii'os will be of bore tliem within the darkened room, cut to the Hall whenever ho. Im1 !,ii;. bottk t cored me wheal UB all foojficon-tainin- g good color. ncss with' His Lordship or His Lordship movements wore as open as the day, hoad to foot: then I unbound my hair, fruits should lie usod with indfapuu-ibl- e but there was weeping ami wailing at lama I hid to roU cut of ld." oils, as they are CM. Tallmasc.Mlli'aal.to.WJa. and Deillel had doubtless ascertained which in those days was ebon black had business with him. Our the Hardstuck House that night Boi' ami reached lelow in' wai&t, and !hook to a jKsrfect digestion and a healthy - was a small one, and besides ton Globe. oursehes ' from Keubcn the groom that his ma-tPreparing Sheep for Winter. Have vou ELidney Disease? it round my face and oer my shoulders condition of the blood. For students ' made me ooad inlrer and kldneyi e cVrnprised only Man- fJitfbs, a mildle-- 1 would bo from home on this partit-tilannrooeesffBr abetonnc. It worth after Tears ijpjWj . in "most admired disorder." I was and sedentary people Graham mush is lessor ehewsLs-- v IjPj Taged woman and hor niece, a nrl of n'"bt' while as for Mr. Shillito, 10 a box." Sim Hodgw, WUUamstown, West a. Whitney Creek, one of the tributaEvery should be suro of Corn meal is y knew how he, talked in his 1oih- - now ready for the role I had made up highly commended. ries of Kern Biver, California, has John's horse and were ' Are you Constipated? cured my mind to enact. for muscular labor, but poor the condition of his sheop at tho com- Fpecies of trout that is found in no other voicd way about his most private eaose eajy eracaaUoftS and 4 looked after &y a young man"namoI ?;ood of cold woather. It is in" me after IS yean w ot onr IMWil rL. uui HEADACHE., tfllEvJ moiital exertion. Phosphate of mencement i Bessie has told me since that she Oates, who" did "lot, however, fairs .when ho had taken more to drink J.loa Falrcluld, Su Albans, Vt. excusable neglect to allow breeding body of water. The only notable point ' lnau WRS Soim1 for him. At the bar of thought I hadtaken leave of my senses. lime is needed to give firmness sheep to be thin at the beginning of about them is tho beautiful color which sleep on the premises. An important I you Havebaa do Malaria?any other orn that oi'euing, Just at the mojtueat my toilet was com- to the bones, and to supply ma- wiuter. When sheep aro thin as tho Hakes their as purely golden as if part of John's, dutios was to receive and more tbaa ona t Utter than Iremody I hare erer usedininy practice." pleted, and as T turned and adnuced terial for the teeth. Pure milk or cold season begins, thev are likeh to thoy had been submitted to a coating of into the Leveulield bank the rents evQri' one who might chance to be pay j Dr. K.K. Ifeixk.Suutalltro.Vt. would not failto be in formed toward her, another long, quivering kernels of wheat are the only articles be thinner, if alive, at the end. It is a gold oil. This jeculiarity of color and and other tenants' m Bilious? Aro you rao more good than ny ot properly iieiu tuuler lord l7orrin - i u"il ur-- v.: U110 paiu oonn flash lighted up the room. A low shriek that contain all the necessary elements. hard struggle to improve the condi- their distinct .siccies is preserved by a has done I .. .' Jst oi,i.nn . v.ic . Hirst involuntarily from my sister's A portion of tho outer covering of a tion of thin sheep in winter, as they natural barrier existing between them other remedy 1 havo "Trr ton. van jrtien tenant wa a certain Mrs. J. T.Galloway. Ilk Flat, Oregon. Mr. Shillito, a'coru and seed merchant. These thoughts flaslienl through mv lips, ami jJio shrank away from me as wheat kernel holds slinie.silica.ana iron, bavo to eat more food to keep warm and the other varieties which are found Aro you tormented with Piles? wno,was,noteit fpr Ins eccentricities. It mind almost as ouicklv as that flash though I wa something altogether un- which are needed for the body, and than if they were in good condition. in this creek. A series of high and rocky vermanrntl) etirrtf me rf bleeding ... helping ...:n. Mr. Shillilo's which revoalcd so mueh. Dreathlossly canny. i they are found in no other part of tho falls prevent other fish from ascending p&M. Dr.W. t Kline recommendi-It to ma. iA think they are saying fowl Oeu. O. Uont, Cashier M. lual Myeruowa, Ta. "O.Barbara, dear, what is the mat- grain. It is therefore plain that bread byIf farmersthin flocks so sparely that and mingling with them, and so, from Largest in tbo Market. Sold by DrnggUts. aggravating, way of doinir business I waited for the next flash. It came. keeping thathe Slmiflil nnver n.ir bis rnf nt shattering the . darlrnA4 fnr ,v intflsnf ' ter?" she cried. "Why do yo frighten made of unbolted flour is more health- the warm season does not put them in generation to generation, they have "in Aro you Rheumatism racked ? ., : ;r . L.t-r-- i.-' : .; rw7r. "KldnryWort cartxtzp, after 1 wiw siren ful than bread made of superfine flour. i ue ume ouicr peopie paid ineirs:""."i.-.- i ELY'S thus by a natural barrierTbeVn nblo to mat ' :inu- en ir, too, --wasswauowed up. meso"t" die Ly rnysicians and rTd onrt thirty year." gixxl condition, then they Sveatly deXlbridgo ItalcoLn, V est Bath, JIalce. is not you I want to frighten, but Experiments have shown that lino Hour he should always pay it in gold and The men were no logger viible. "It Much less etra preserve their distinct diameter. San ceive themselves. ""cPS CREAM BALM of giving a check for the tweon the two flashes they had hat! time the men down stairs," I replied. Then, alone will not sustain life more than a food, in warm w oather. will put sheep Franasco ChrmvcU. suffering? Ladies, are you peculiar trvw.es ot C&77?Dftt i n iv WrC Causes no Tain. o , ., amount, a- - he was quite in a position to drop on the inner side of the m all, in a few hurried words, I told her my month, while unbolted Hour furnishes in good condition thau will be required circd roe cf ' wh-rBSTraljarsstAnd'ntr. Many frientls ue and IfnAM Only a few years since fifteen davs all that is necessary for. the body. s to have done, and that he should make the thick clumps of evergreens plan. Uis.ILlJunoreaux,IsloLaMotte,Vt. ffiS5teSHR2 Kelievcs at Onco. It." to keep tho thin sheep warm iu winter. a point of bringing it himself, instead vfliich clothed that part of the grounds She would have tried to dissuade me; Beans, barley, and wheatg have about So it is a great economy to furnish the and $116 were required to go from Bos "tAD, Thorough Treat If you would Banish Disease and ton to Baltimore. It now takes fourteen of naming a time when my brother would effectually screon them from but there was no time to listen. Leav- - three times as much extra food in warm weather rather than rr!AYFEVErTfly ana gain .ntsaiuj, m&g i might havG called upon him; and i view. At that very momont they were ing her there watching by the window, teeth-- f ceding eloments as the bast beef to bo compelle to furnish more or hours and $10. Boston Journal. " " steak, and no children grow up to vigwill Cure. tfV?r1 ment linally, that he seldom arrived with the doubtless making their way stealthily ready to rake an alarm in case the lose his sheep in cold woather. Sheep made to No effort mounted oofttabtti should pass on his orous and healthful manhood or wo- always make the most of a pasture, and tise Lydla E. has ever beenVegetable adverwnat was to mono' till alter banking hours. j toward tne nouse. ComI'inkham's is not 2(ot a Liquid or e'eome now to a certain autumn I done? 2Jsver had I realized so fully round. Lt s&ift., awfftly ami oiolestdy manhood where close attention our own America; yet freno auimal makes much that comes after pound evening. Kitty hud just brought in the. at that moment how helpless a creature down fhe carpeted staircase, and only paid to the bono building during the them. Cleanser. quent calls from other parts of tho worl I SnulT. Apply Into fat that good news v. Ill tea;tray. It was growing Husk, al- - a woman is; Drawing my shawl more paused when I readied the corridor period of growth. Tho llosh and one And, if sheep are thin, it is quite show ot this medicine have spread. Pack- mrr-m- ' crv even ben sent ages I could , 'Jihost Joo dusfc to see clearly without the closely around me and putting on a below. hear a subdued mur- can be put on afterward, but not H5iuostnls. Hire it evident that oxtra food is needed, and Ra lamp, but Bessie and I liked to econo- - Pa'r "f st slippers which I wore about mur of voices, and a moment later I hundredth part of an inch can the bones this should be given at once. It is from Lynn, Mass., to Cidna. Trial. SO cent! at Drnrrfsti. mize the daylight as much as possible, j the house in cold weather, I crept was startled by a noie of falling glass. be made to lake on after tho season of safer to feed some cooling and Ltms is fcfcort or.ly four letters In It. 60 cents tiT mall rr rMrrrt. Sample bottle by mall 10. come to an end. of it is a "lio ani balf now since the long winter , lesIy out of the'room. At the top of The burglars had succeeded in effect- growth has DrujrsUta, Oweg-o-, I. T. Fowl, therefore, must be abundant, strengthening, rathor than fattening of It is an "if." Put this on "file" if joe cuts. tLY BROTHERS. nights were so cloe upon us. John tlig stairs I halted and listened; but all ing an outranoe. They and I were food. Wheat bran, fed in troughs, is a would as "lief." Chicago Tribune. had come in for a cup of tea. This was silence the most profound. The eparated only by the drawing room substantial, nutritious, and fresh; suit- safe aud eoul food, and to the thinnest 4 CURE ALL. but as a ton'e and health rrnewer. evening he was going to drive over to corridor out of whioh the bedroom door, w hich. although locked. wa- - an able to the climate and tho season, as sheep a little shelled corn may be TnK girl with bangs Eonrnlly makes a 2. and for Blood and Skin DUess-s- . and.troobtes 2ethen;roft, Eome ten miles away, dine ' opened was lighted at the opposite euii Obstacle that very few minutes would well as to the ago and condition of the mixed with tho bran. But corn "must noise in the world at least it annovs a on Impure or Impoverished blood. Swift's, thorJ!with some friends and sta- - all i"by a nigh narrow window which lookekl suffice to overcome. With ar indraw-in- g jMsrsous. And it should be remembered be avoided iu warm woather for sheep pood many to look upon hor. Yoncrs Or n Lndy or M Ulvllle, X. J., IVho wa Pro- Specific Is without a rival. "My baby six months old broke out with some kmd nounced Beyon4 Hope of Jtecovery How night After dinner there was to bo a into the garden. To this window I now of my breath I sped quickly jfast that nutritiousness and digestibility that are lleshy; and yet for those very Gazette. otsklnhnmor, and after being treated five months by- . my family physician, a given an to die The drugIt wm Accomplished. ?anpe,'aud I was not without mv sus-- J made my way, and there, with one ear the ikor alOug the length of the cor- are not interchangeable, and mnst not thin the corn will be safe, and assist in " Rough on Corn." 15c. Askforit. and the "rcult-wMany articles taIOOU gist recommended Swift's . . C. Dougherty mji: "I had been a mfferer at grainyiDg as u was miraculous, aiycnua or jnoiuus as to ine nature oi the attrac - ' pressed to mo coin glass, i stood ana ridor until I reached the opposite be confounded. aro not fcVsilv putting them rapidly in condition. from Djipepta from the tune I iru sixteen yean old. well, all traces of the disease loeone. tail he is as f St tion which was tnkino- him en f.11. listened. Presently I heard the faint end, where there were two more are nutritious that amount of extra food fed . J.J.KIrkLaND. under digested, and yicc versa. CA WJand to This smallthe fall to put them in such anA screaming farce Tho perfornnnce ot I had consulted rarioua physicians aad beenfinding as a pig." home, although he laughingly ? one of JJ t them being that of Mlndcn, Rusk County, Texas.1J sound of footsteps, and then the su- - doors. sheep in ainataur opera singer. Buston Post. thclrtreatmcntdurinicinoDt of the time, bat Leu ler. the soft impeachment when I dned voices of two people talking to my brother's office, which also was no relief, had KlTen up In despair of ever baring my Our Treatise on Blood and Skin DUeascsinsritdfree condition as all breeding sheep should Colilea'rt Liquid Reef Tonic challenged him with it John wis in each other. Directly under the plaoe. locked, aud from the lock of which I -4 ' Lttle. be in to go safely through the winter, Cures chills, fever, ague and wsaknes. health restored. A friend recommecded Dr. DAVID to applicants. 'A. How the Chinese Prepare for KEXXEOrS FAVORITE REMEDY, which I tried, the .act of putting-doTHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. , his r.im n,l wlinr T was standinn' wa? thp hnnlr now withdrew the key. I have omitted should not bo regretted as a loss, beCoLleu's, 10 othor, ot druggists. K and haTe been cured. It's the beat medicine I ever sauceKwhfcn''we heard a noise of wheels drawing-room- , which opened on the to statu that the window of John's Drawers. Atlanta? Gat Tho following: curious procla Motion cause as the sheep make tho most out knew of. and worthy of the greatest confidence." outside, j which presently came to a garden by means of a French window: office was secured by two stout bars, is said to have been sent out as a cen of the pasture, its deiiciencv must bo The above Is but one of the hundred facta which , K. Y. OClce, IS9 TV. Ed St between Sth aVV Eit good Jedge o' r hoss is nearlv alius stand Opposite tho 'botisfc. He crossed amttnlthough ;his window was seeunid which was probably one reason why eral order of the day" some time before made up in order to give the pasture er good judge o' er man. Arkansas prore thit Dr. DAVID KENEDY'S FAVORITE Avea. ; rwsrlelphta OQse. 13K Chef tout St. t REMEDY Is without on equal as a cure for disease Traveler. tthe.roomfanil' peered, through the win - ' at night by shutters, I had an idea that the thieves had cho-e- n to effect an a battle was expected between the its greatest value. It sometimes hapWflslTEfi-To's- eB peculiar to female. But. If the reader desires more qeysor Jesosr Hisoow. the security in question was moce ontrauce at a p int more readily Chinese aud. French. It was the work pens that only a mall part of the flock read tho foHowlnK proof from girl Leing sent to a shop to evidence, wife of Sergeant Key, Co. 3dMrs. Carrie AGENTS tory of nutratelswlttlllwtjrelva A littlk z: C X.J. Reg., the irs 01a biiiiiito, come to pay his fancied than real, kind, adapted for thftir pur)oe. The second of a celebrated Chinese mandarin: Disciples tn the Holy Land. remain thin, the pasture having been purchase some nnd forgettidg Key. says Fte. Address nnder date of rent," he remarked a moment later. that would be laughed to scorn by anv door at the end of the corridor shut oil I, a mandarin ami the chief captain sufficient for the best feeders; iu which the name of the article, said to the shop- who years ago my M arch 1, lSSi: home In the Uf nllv Illustrated. CO Elkhart, Iud. ME5NOMTEFUB husband came "Two "Awo noursaftr Rankin .time,, as bnrglar who. was aoquainted with his a short passage leading to the kitchen. of the braves, order and it is hereby or- case, tne thin sheep diould bo separated man: "What do folks dye with?" "Die spring from Virginia, where he had been in charge usual. y bat a nuisance''' 'he is!" He business. Jf the men had made up This door I succeeded in opening with- dained to all that follow me. Tremble from the rest and fed this extra food with? Why, cholera, sometimes," replied of a schooner. lie was taken down with Malarial SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.. the shopmnu. "Well, I lielieve that's the fever. "We were both sick with It. After consulting Moles, Wartii. Freckles Moth ralche's. went down stairs, and about ten min out uoiae. I had decided to take mv and obey! 11111114? U IIUIISU "' 'AL'tkrv IUIV where they will not be molested. This name. I want to have FjiiptlonScars.aiKlallIlsaguremenU our f arnQy physician and finding no permanent relief iltes later we heard Mr. Shillilo's trn, and with what other obicet could thnv stand a little wav on the inner side of and, Imperfect'onof the Face, HUaiM Thirteen davs before going into bat- reduces the amount of extra food rewe triedyour FAVORITE REMEDY, and I cunsay and Fee-- , and their treatment, by Pr. start off. Presently John came back, be there? -- the probability was that it and there await the course of events. tle the brave shall eat steaks of the wild quired, and produces also a better re.John II. Wootlbury. H7 X.Fearl that It completely cured us ot malaria, and Is the best You may chide a servant girl, but sh St, Albany, N. 'i. Send lOcforboofc 'Ninety pounds, all in gold and notes," thev would make tho attempt by war By this time the men were busily at tiger in order that they may have the sult. medicine of its kind I ever heard of. U always trmm."BurUno'on Free Press. apoel-tlrhe said. "I've had to lock it up in my of Ihe French window. Dr. KENNEDY'S FAYORITF. REMEDY Is Kven while work forcing the lock of the drawing- - agility and ferocity of this animal. Hocks that are intended to be Those OITtrS B1AED FUIIR " curo for all diseases of the Blood, and habitual de8krrtll1rornin.,5 ' ' " ' A thin thread of light ' Twelve days before the battle the fattened for the spring sale, or to be t room door. W4 stv'fvf lS"f Um. M "My son," said .Mr. Thrifty, "I alwayi constipation. As proof of HE. J. Sears, of YIneland, C iVA-kI may remark that iron safes for the mind the voicosi of the men sank toja which shone from under showed that braves shall eat the kidneys of the lion, turned at the best opportunity, should eat the crusts of my hrea I." "Pardon says, under date of March Sd: "I have used Dr. imwwL WMisHs. ' custody of money and other valuables whisper, and rf low, peculiar grating although, the lightning'was still as me, papa!" rep'ied too youth. "I know KEIfifEDrS FAVORITE REMEDY aad I am willthat they may acquire the intrepidity now have careful attention. The warm you do, tt.. r . wku. k6MITKa A UX, CsRJjCTk t' ato,rlaUa,qb Li.U the best medicine In the world r T.tJ! wcre by no means so common in tho-- e sound made itjelf heard.. Evident to as before, they did not find it natural to that king of the forests. weather is the time to push them. The givo yonand so I'm saving my crusts to ing theacknowledge It used, and FAVORITE REMEbowels I ever for ' thoy days, especiallyjin DOUBLE Barrel B'reeeK the battle the better their condition becomes in modtheir purpose. Eleven days before had already begun to force tile sufticient for coun-DY Is a most excellent preparation for the Blood." .n(iers.KeviUBaingi.ocJu, as thy appear to have since ' fastenings of the window. I crept back r.rln. .ril.l.itnil lilnl Send with outfit Scarcely breathing, I waited. I was braves shall oat of the brains of the ser- erate fall woather, the less food will be In a coming racohoisas will run against These are facts which can but convince the moat forptlce list. become. t bicycles. "Ihis, however, U nothing re- skeptical that Dr.DAYTD KEJWEDY'S FAVORITE C.E.Overbaugh&Co. 2G54W7 Broadway. ew York; ww"vJ w to my room, feeling utterly dazed anxl too excited, too wrought up, the tension pent in order to have the subtleness of required in the cold season. U an honest preparation "But tho money will be quite safe helpless, ; . But care must be taken not to over markable. Wo have often teou a baby REMEDY without. It is the resultwhich no family fe of my nerves was too oxtrcme to allow this animal. ot the scientific should be in your desk, won't it, John?" asked Ten davs before the battle the brave feed those that arc fat in the warm sea (.fringe run against a man. "Is that you, Barbara? Where haw of any personal fear. It was all terknowledge of medicine attained only by the years of Aill niEBCE'wXAW5:ae.r.'prTroia' V" U LU I C ltd comfliIslon!i;ne:rteM rellev- . BeSSie. chameleon in son, ana in sucn caes no com snouiu "the cream of -i . -, ribly ". Jepiions sQamucvc, wifcnujvtwjw,ti Is the ptofessional cook wuo insists experience of an educated physician. It Is a positive . ed; "' net-A- nil' -iWk..n enougn without a doubt, seeinr vmt liPAn''' ner room,sistnr aown on sen-- e Void, yet with a strange, vague shall eat frustrate the the by laws. enemy aaie uufeality underlying it. Ifelt order to given, but their condition simply on a wide ran so in the kitchen. Boston curt for Materia, Kidney and Liter Duecuu, and all succe".ovo fee, "Write for circular and Ohio. of lc uomg into 1 sat A. W. JfcCORMICE. & SOX Ctoclanatl. ilmitt peculiar to female. Price II per bottle. thatnoonebutjourselves knows of its the side of the bed and told hor every- as if I should not have beon surprised changing their colors. kept up by a little bran, even that Courier. . presence there. OnW, as a matter of thing in as few words as possible. She had I woke up and found the whole Kino days before the battle the braves given in great moderation, as any pushA door is sometinifH and an earthousiness, l sbould pfjfpr to have had it was of a somewhat timid and nervous affair resolve itsolf into & dream, while shall take broth made from the flesh of ing of such is likely to develop febrile quake always is. LoKell PURGATIVE Courier. mo concrs ot theWmk." Presently disposition. and" my news visibly af- jeu fully assured in my mind that it the crocodile in order tojio able to fol- diseases, whioh are very dangerous. iu n he added; "The oliTfellow was halt- - fected her. She sat water and be the cnem3' into Those that are becoming quite fat Two mkn, loth named Hill, and a man up in bed, tfemb- - was notuiiig of the kind. Suddenly had low the beat them boththe land and waon seas over, as Jie generally is; and I able to lock should bo put upon a spare diet with named Poorhouse, nil ran for olllco ouf iu noise at the door easod; the .um viiuing io my arm. have no doubt. With so many houses of mis plenty of good water, or they should Kansas, ami the latter wus elected. It was "Perhaps,'T she whispered, "if we beon forced. The thread of light dis- ter the same as the crocodilo does. whoro ScaHUiytthe way, that he will be soaked lock our II lis Biliousness, and all UVEK and BOWZIiCerapIalnU. MAIiAKU- - ... , , Eight days before the battle the brave be sold if the market will warrant. a case Ptiort-iUM- the votes went over thEvans-cilt- e Positively cure and doors and keep very appeared for a few moments, all was (Don't shoot.) Sktn Disease (ONE PIIiI. A DOSE). For Jemale Coraplaratt these PU1 . . BLOOD POISON, through and through before he reaches quiet, they willjgb Then a shall cat the flesh of the panther in or- This case of getting dangerously fat in to thr. com silotW the most profouud have no equal. "I find them a, valuable Catbartie and Llvr Argus awav without home. I wonder if he goes to bed sober "In ay Dractiae I useno other. J. Dennison, MJJ.. DeWltt. Iowa." Sold everywherejCj 'sen b faint creaking, which at any other time der to attack their enemies withfurious the fall seldom occurs, but the opposite ing near us." nail for 2 ot. in stamps. Valuable lnforzaatioa 3TBKF. I. 8. JOHNSON JE CO., EOSTOJT. JClfsV me rapidity. 1U - "'T The true Boston girl never speaks ct a (too thin) is very apt to occur, and "Why. you goose, it's not us they wou'd have lieen inaudible, told ; door was being A lew minutes later John kissed no have come. f,... k seveu lays Deiorc tne battle the theie are the cases that require wie "gallant" soldior. "txirlaut" she alwaysMv ShilHtn's that the drawing-roo) SEND V71TS x'OXTB OBDEB. 1 CUT THIS OUT AlfD calls hi.n. "Gal," you know, Is very vulns goodnight, Bessie-- and I ninety pounds.jll answered. op5re-- and that the crucial moment braves shall eat two eajrlc heads in or- - pushing. But all feeding requires the gar. k o vwent to the window to sec him sLart; "And there's poor mamma's silver had come. I pressed one hand over der to aciuire tho strength of vision of expert eye of the feeder to determine J " sBHV 3i&J4l-lb-. .X. r. out by this time it was nearly dark. a few brief seconds tnat nome oiru, ana aisimguisn in tne the proper limits of the ration, for it iind for AVorth its weight iu gold An eagle down stairs; I hope thoy mv m--M M ;g vSV'&Xii unn had better be a little undor than over with a i.olo in it. Boston Globe. an almost overpowering desire soizod distance their adversaries. . iiis wmp at, us as soon as he won t linn that." said Bessie. .sr.'.v'sil. p :. I.-" &vr mr? v- m afijmz ryr.ta rnprSix days before the battle the braves the normal capacity of the animal. naorseiueu nimse11 in ins seat. then he j I hoDcd so ton- - h,,i t,o. wns no iudsr me to get back to my room at any cost - im a JftJ A little boy sat on tho floor playing. i gav'o the reins a little shake. Blaek 0'J inrr ; ninnli n.ii..i 1....1 ....nff.nl tn anc! Seek myself within. But it wa too shall eat'the intestines of the wild zebra The season is favorable for the best Suddenly he sat up a howl. "Henrj , what S 8AIC BY !&&&&& ,rtoPVTBR vBerj-- s heels struck fire from tho stones j as ertain afiairs. late: bj this time the men wore in the in order to acquire the terrible voice of progress, but great care should always is the matter:'" asked his mother. "The as ehe sprang forward, lbe gravel 11 went torespecting us and our again the digestive cat died me." "Why. the cat i not I know it, although I could that untamable beast. be taken not to over-ta- x 9 the corridor window Five days before the battle the braves power of the stomach. The feeding here. When di sho scratch you?" scrunched beneath the wheels, and a aud listened. The noise made bv the not so ihem. "Well, why are yon crying Gemial Stores mi moment later tne shadows of evening - men was nmr i,;i .lUtintmUhahle. "A lute's the door we want?" I shall eat steaks cut from the hippota-niu- s ought to begin with bran as a light now?" " 'Cause I forgot it then." . Zm. J?-.. . J .J.. "" rK I I." iXT in order to communicate to their food, ar4 gradually add a little corn. had swallowed up horso and gig and It seemed I hat they if.vttg aimnmin. """"" Jl...t &rs,L& I fataT: i- y were "trying to file hoartf"oie whisper to tho othor. .A. rtm uiu SAwruiiMtj , always advise, linseed-oi- l iv.ac-m' .,J tnr.nj w driver. Mv sister .ind I milled ilnu-rr n,,t !.;- "Od the right the first door wc conic skin the toughness that renders those Wo should 8tocxD00torS0or ascompaoie. - . - "Sfc'VI 'animals invulnerable to balls. - - . T!ntlle. meal to be kept ou hand, and about ouo 4the blinds and drew the curtains and tion. After listening lor a few mo- - to." '.&: .. .J j." -- 'JOrV. T1.BS itisr rv v.lAai lov. as V r . '. - 91' jvu k. 9 Four days before the battle tho braves pound per week fed to each sheep. . rang tor Kitty to bring in the lamp. "N. 'JVfc. "!. -- W Sl"""' ments, I .went back to ray room and be- As fhy advanced a step, I did tho y i.co tlUfrWybT all shall eat scorpion", so that..- wmmds This will pay back all it costs, and will j.ne evening passed alter our usual gnu almost mechanically to put on a same.' . a JJ? n i quiet fashion. We worked a little and "V'Cud noise was that?" asked one of made on their enemy shall be dead!.. aid much in promoting the health of T&F-ttFZ- t of clothing asking mvsolf v Kalional Lire mi. poisonous as the stings of those animals the fattening flock. i Ca.' - Iti x.'i r - arciZ ouiofcly, iread a little an played some Oa m cr again and t?MkmzM I ' as 1 did so whether it them Ow"." - ' v.a.',vl v wTa T wft'. V.J. StoK Journal. uucLs, nuu cuaueu netween ' mes, mi was not possible to do something "Don't be a fool. There was no are. Zx V- &rS Zr fP0"lQI9l ' iFm "i" Three days before tho hattle the me ciock pointed to lialt-naten. at thnun-- what tho . ..,ti.;r mu'ht to noise." the novelist, might have which' hour we generally retired for the be I new no more than the man m "I'toll vou tlioro was. Where's the braves shall eat steaks of the n. mkev, National Live stock Remedy Co., 175 dearborn street,, CHICAGO. that they may become as agil OTthe made a sequel to his "Bread aud Cheese night. My last d .ty every evening was the moon. The nearest house was a glim?" to go the round of the house and satisfy ' quarter of a mile away; and even if I and Kisses" out ot the Dayton romanct But tho lightning was quicker than monkev. On the eve of the battle the, jwaves where a young married man kept his myself.that; all lights were out that the could have stolen out unnoticed by way tho bull's-eye- . It came, smiting the sPJtCTsTCM1ll;awlCfl fireswere safe, and that all the doors of the front door, before I could have darkness and flooding the corridor shall eat panther's flesh and dj Mc the bride in a cage and fed her with bread, tMU WIKK AIL IUI f AllT. Best Cough byrun. Taste good. arft 'windows were properly secured. reached the farm and brought back with the blinding intensity of its glare. blood, in order to be cruel andjgftp aci- - bologna sausage and kisses. The revolt Use In time. Sold by druggists. To prevent and cure all "Skla Jy of the wife took all the romance out of When, this duty hJ been duly accom- help the burglars would have affected Then I saw the mei, and the men saw oua towards their adversaries. JY Dlseaaea," and to secure a wh!te On the day of battle tho bra'STshall the story, but that would not spoil it THE GREAT plished to night, the drawimr-roon- i me. but d:!fknes had hidden us from Jy soft and beautiful Complexlosw use deeamiieti. "ur Jmp was extinguished, and then Bessie tneir nurDose mf ht time were verv each other again before they had time eut the llesh'and drink tie blood of the fer an expert novelist Cleveland necuniarv mennc EDUCATIONAL our bed candles antj marched straitened. For some time baok John to make suro thattheireyes had not de- leopard, in order to crush theSlimbs Herald. aud broak tho bones of tho enemy as ta,rs loaving.darkness and solitude had been payino- off some old family ceived them. i!JP and DW TEtEORAPHYi er SHOET'lfSsN Aromatic Alum Sulphur Soap. CI A watch which was awarded to CrHlR us. SESX. 3llBailQaafr--, ltrad long Mary Gibbs and KiUy had' debts; and the loss of the ninety One of them gave a gasp and whis- these animals do. X. Y. Graphic. NjulkstiSe Bites:, Josie (Jleason, of Walkcrsville, Rheumatism,CURES Sold Miss One cake "What was that retired Neuralgia, Sciatica Brj by Druggists. address. will be sent on receipt Lntshed. Aauress aero. o ,nitfr of course. pered to his roato: nnnnds - whinh . to any To make plaster set quickly, mix Mont, the other day. after the election WM. DItETDOPPEL. Mannfaeturer, 308 orttt ? Wff AT TnducemenU to learn TelesrrasAwl or Laraaago, Backache, Headache, Toothackd, tall white, thing at tho end of the passXgrMysistoRg.rooip.and mine adjoined he would feel bound to make good Typo Wrttter. Terras Wi MVsAsi Saort-Haa-d Sprains, it with water into which a .little sul- at the Miner's Union picnic to de- Mora Throat, Swelling,Frost III tea,Braises, Front Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Laandrj Soap for tree. CCEu.eC A.a.XClCs3 Uand I age? Seemed to me like a ghost." WMjBSAaawu him- -If door-o- f. communica - would be. a Sreat. Blovv to. Bonn, Scalds. economical popular 3'oung lady DCCT and most especially Merino. Rolens and A.N K. UXj7 And AB Other BODILY PATNB and ACHZ8. "Ghost be dashed! There ain't no phate of pota-- h has been dissolved. To termine the most Washing, ,..v.c, which generally sioou could onjy nave "ot at tne umuu.i uk P,6 everywhere. Fifty pwtty open at: night for tho "sake of have hidden it" where the burglars such things. Here's the glim. We'll make plaster set slowly, mix- it with cost the boys S1,13'J.6'J for the privilege Sold by Orugtrlsu and Dealers la It Lascuaeea. Cents Dndcrgirments (cleans r rfect anajasy; "iri!itvS? WsTTW WKITTJIS T ABTsBtTXHsM a bottle. Directions i,.r58ai.lrptt, u DBEYDOPPEL'S of voting. ssleassi ssttm astt ssss) ssWsrtssssassssas ! TITE CHARLES A. TOdEIJEIR CO., paaionsnip. xhnndors of both would not be likely to find it, l letttnat soon see what if is." As he sookc the fine slacked lime. Albany Journal. . irs A.TMS1U a oe. ) XaldMarS.aU., U.fc. . lkJdsyaflwaVsatiefTosMsiaadarll-altlMlBm- .H ' lt r iSlanan, 6&urier Publisher. X GEORCJE WARREN, irooms lookciLiritoatholparden, vrhieh . . W -. rnn in i flint cliln of the houe, and wiisfsbut in by a wall some seven or eiVhVfcethigh, beyond which there were three "or four meadow-., aud then the boundary wall of ,- - T0-NIGU- 1. fc 'If i"' I should have accomplished something. But tho bag was locked up in John's strongmaliogany desk, and was as utterly bevontl my" roach as if it had been in the cotters of the Bank of England, while yet it could hardly have beeu placed more convenient" ready to tho hands of the thieves. To them tho strong mahogany desk would seem a trifling obstacle indeed. All tin-- , time, metaphorically speaking, I was wringing my hands, know ing full well how previous were the fast fleeting moments, but owl' feeling my helplessness the more I strove to discern some loophole of eseajje. O, the. wretchedness of such a foeling! I hope novor to experience it again in the same degree as I experienced it light of his bull's-ey- e larite; rn wa3 turned full upon mo. I advanced a couplo of Da and , l,o ,. .. ... m,r, fill Vioni- - ;.. siiewcineq UIvn. ... and terror. 1 have often tried surprise to picture to myself the I must have presented when seen at such ;i uiuiiieiu nuu oy mat, iincertai&J;"ht Mim ijm giiusuv, ueaiu-iiKf fW. 1m1 ii " '" " - FARM AND FIRESIDE. 0 Id-Ti- Punishment at Kind's College ... ,ra-tJ- CmsATEH Mr. Jinks, don't se.l thi Hippopotamus Axle Grease too Instead of the Fiazerr M. Jp'KS Because oar customers ask for tho Frazer. " ny Word3 of Warning:. nd, Comfort. " If you are KulTorhiff f rompoor.acaiuv, arm langni-fcinona bed of sickness, take cheer you ? you-ar- apiM-Z!.- -- " 2-- e a u oa-im- - blood-curdlin- p, .- s - -- . . , Bucau-pniba.- il.. pride.-iYete- eJ'a i -- s. de-gro- e, - t hl Der-fle- k. ag-.ii- n i- - con-(vin- ce j far-tutn- - -- clove-tainte- -- Kwm?f.u.,r hard-worki- QklH ? long-sutlcrin- g, much-endurin- I andjjappiness. - s p far-of- no-nn- t - . jife2S3?i 'Eh i&tfbfAvrm iE e toith-tMwle- r, a, "Kidney-Wor- u- - . - n "Kldney-Wortcnrc- d I ! "Kldney-Wort,- (l limi-.nhnl.l- ar - r "Kidney-Wo- rt "a . evcrf-sixtee- n. -- llock-mast- er 1 KidrKy-Wo- rt " ' I tnn-inM.- w'.th-diiWro- m the-faftne- rs 1 pBgl , LT" 1 E "KMney-V'-r- "Kidney-Wo- rt 1 taii-n.- " ..r.-cs.- "Kidney-Wo- rt Be-not- es in-te- ad Catarrh SWFivc " op-t-o ; "Kidney-Wo- rt bone-buildin- ! 1 I ou-sid- MlRM3Za?Su j . - . AY-EEVE- nois4-especial- ly Three-quarto- rs IT IS NOT , Remarkable Mri-S- Recovery rd s f,.. 8oftcoEn,w-arts,bunIons- pooh-pooh- ed . wn f j and-was-o- f-a .tyo-stiiu- ", Beau-Mn.riir-n. . L1IV.11L LV 1.11 ." e Wssw. k 4sssw f sxj T frc-quaj- itr mss ttimsM ! 9 fcr.ssii.-- saaUst.fc 9 , y. ay try-place- s, mmo ciht llllll.a ps ... J ! J" ..... il .- ... con-stantl- v 0 r"-- -- nj-i- r PARSONS' E. J PILLS m bed-roo- m . -- m 3 i tea-servi- nis-r- a--- u p" i r Tn hn-.i- 1 im aS&w W SBSSaiSSSSsJBBSSBlSlSSSSJSSSSSSSlSSBBBBBBS -- sw v- i SISSSSS vtt rn&& --- v " kl r, d r' - '. -- con-Mio- -. r 1 "Yes-tPiday.- " j HoiseshoeBOSl .V'-,"- er ' n ..u. d I yj.-fji.'- x. i '&: )N 'm rr T- e- fc. -- I i few-artic- les . -- mi &&$Z&?&& Ks- i-cm"-, rovrrw?.. -- i j. rr -- half-doze- n af-ai- i- -- -- 1 I m C- st Vf N STHETIME. T", (a-ditpo-k hum AN f RE medY BEESON!S-- r - TYPE-WSTTIN-O ( K-- - -- ., i f '.: v . y ...'J!! in f ramBmawuHamaBam&miiimnnnBRBInUR" " i&sisaa .-;-r I LOCAL NEWS. Lookout for eueak thieves. The Cheapest Goods, at J. Ambero's Son. Sickness on tha increase. Mi-T- t DENTAL SCOTCH SNUtF will pre the teeth, FUQUA 4 DEBOW, "Wholesale Agents. I at Fulton, last week. Rote Plain's low prices. Thomas T7est, aged IS, died, Feast, and your halls are Cf6wded. Fast, and the world goes by. Hate you teen the th Hieknun, at Cloaks, Dolman-?, new Russian Circu-lar- t, and Jersey Jacket, prettiest and cheapest ever sold in J. Amdero's Soxa. Cleveland is to visit New York City next week, and is to ho the guest of Mr. Tildou. J. Ambiro's Sos. Laugh, and the vorld laughs with.yoa. Weep, and you weop alone. Use DBNTAL SCOTCH 8NUFF, or SUPERIOR SCOTCH SNUFF, tho beet in tkt aaarkeL FUQUA A DEBOW. Wholesale Agents. New Goods at ears, oeKjrsou Uavis is tuj. bridge. Memphis, the guest of her dnugh Ladies who have inspected tho goods of Mrs. Addie Jones, icr, jutb, auuisou iiayes. The ladies ar Rolng wild orer Encha- agree that her new stock is the nts NEW GOODS; they say they are juit prettyest and finest selection t IstwIj for anything:. Go and sc the brought to Hickman for many GOODS and ret the prices and you will bo years. The pouring rain ou Monurpriped at the low figures. Look for the day last prevented many ladies f Kg. from attending the grand opening since tho outbreak of tho announced for that day, hut they cholera in Italy. 33.220 nersons are still cordially invited to csill. have been attacked and 9,4S0 died. There is more leisure now to inspect the beauties and merits of The Latest Style Goods, at the stock than on a crowded openJ. Ambsso'8 Sons. ing day. -- rRej'oico, and men will seek yon. Grieve, and they turn aud Tho citizens, business men go. and others, who desire a hritlgo or some good crossing over Bayou Tfc Kobbiest Goods, at J. Ambero's Sons. de Chien. ought to tako sufficient propThe M. E. Church, lias 97 con- interest to have the matter approachto the ferences, and includes 2o,000 cler- erly representedClaims. Hickman ing Court of gy and 1,820.003 members. business men, as well as the citi- uuchanan has hung out in front of zens above tho Bayou, aro interins noune a beautitul FIas. and has also decorated his house with Flags and if you ested ; and we doubt not that upon want to find the cheapest house in flfck a fair presentation the Court will an be sure and go to the House with the causo a crossing to bo built. nga. There has been too much delay Chas. Reed, Paducah, Kv., already. has purchased ground for a $75,-00- 0 There is no panic or financial hotel. crisis apprehended the worst has Tu can ave 25 percent in price, and passed, but the times are gradu 9 per cent in quality by buying FURJJI ally getting closer "hard," as it TLBE at is usually described. Hereabouts E.T. GARDNER'S. it is less felt than in many places E'dcr J. N. Hall, of Fulton, is where failures have occurred, but topreichat the Iaptist church, lessened trade, cheap produce, &e., are tho witnesses of stringent Sundav morning, 11 o'clock. times. Our merchants should be The Prettiest Goods, nt prudent, and advertise judiciously. J. Axbesq's Sons. The money market in all 'the The rains this week wero a cities is close, and the rate of ingreat blessing to the fanners. Pasincreasing. So many faitures, wheat land, stock water, &c- - terest among firms and- business w would call the attention of loc lures people, heretofore considercdi'gilt ah buyer to the immense Stock of NEW edge," has demoralized the niouey GOODS jut receied and now on dieplav, t ths popular House of H. BUCHANAN'S. owners, and they are afraid of the Us will sell yoa Goods at bottom prices and best securities. This is serving to no mistake. Look for the Big Flag. ucpruss tmiic. a ncttcr time is looked for after the Presideunali Mr. W. T. Freaud Miss Fannie Sweden, w'erehiarried in this election. conutv, near Fulton, on tho 2Sth The indications now are tliati alts-the Hickman Furniture factory! will be rebuilt, with the present The Fiaest Goods, at owners as large stock-holder- s and J. AmbhW Sons. backers of a new company. It is A woman is employed at Sara- an industry of toga to advertise soap by sitting importance not the very greatest only to tho busiIn a booth aud exposing her clean, ness interests of Hickman but to white skiu. this entire surrounding country, rUREeonntry made APPLE VINEGAR, and for these reasons, we hope it at On wj ill's Drus Store. J will be rebuilt. Tac county jail tax amounts to Gov. Knott declines to call $962, with the tax from railroads an extra session of the Legislate be added. This will make the ture to take action on the pleurojail as good as new. pneumonia matter. Cattle breedThe Latest Stjle Clothing, and Nobbiest ers have appointed a committee HaWt, at J Ambiro's Sons. to appraise the infected herd of his home in Hirk-laa- Frisbic and Lake, to pay for Died. At coauty, Ky.,ou the 20th iust., tho herd in case the next reguNf bevel disease, Mr. John S pic er, lar session of the Legislature refuses to do so. aged about 05 years. Masked hugging parties are Mrs. J. K. Ramsey and Mrs. Annie Hawkins, of .tfcKenzie, popular at Church Fairs in MisTenn., are visiting Mrs. E. T. Gard- souri. By paying 15 cents a man is allowed to hug a girl, but he is ner. blind-foldeIt Each Legislative district of first awful mad, however, makes a man to the State is entitled to send 4 pu- on removing the bandage fromfind, pils free of tuition, to the State eyes, that he had been hugging his his College at Lexington, Ky. own wife. Still there's a novelty Our yoaug friends "Willie about it. aud Samuel Thomas, left Tho Paducah Sews says this week to seek a home in Flori- when they had street cars, that the da. May they meet with success. people did not give them" patronIf all the locomotives in the age sufficient to pay the expense. United States were placed in line Xow that the tracks have been they woald make a train more pulled up it hears numbers of than 200 wile long, worth people complaining becauso there arc no street cars to ride on. PadOf clergymen in the United ucah now has herdics. State, according to the figures of Tfeannaafla Say No ut d, V11-bourn $30,-000,00- Farmers, one and all, are inin having good sized healthy business towns, in their communities. The larger the town the belter it is for the fanner, because there is that many more consumers to buy the farmer's surplus. The land owner permanent residents, are really more injured or benefitted by the prosperity or misfortune of their nearest town than one half tho citizens of that town, because tho latter could leave and go to a prosperous town, whereas tho permanent farmer must stay with his lanus. i or these reasons, farmers should uphold their towns and not decry them. One objection given to the building of a bridge across Bavou de Chien by the county is, that the Hickman corporation extends nearly to the Bayou, aud that it is the duty of the city authorities to open a road through its own limits before the county can build a bridge .of any kind! We had been of the opinion that all that territory was not in tho corporate limits, but if it is, tho Mayor and Council should promptly gie it attention, and remove tho difficulty, so that tho Court of Claims which meets tho second Mai day in this month, can act as to the terested southwestern Kentucky. The Fulton Index promises that there will be a substantial hickory pole much better than the one that broke, provided, and that the stars and stripes with the names of Cleveland and Henuncus, snail soon wave over the heads of the Fultonians. A little girll, otherwise naturally formed, but covered with scales liko those of a fish, is said - Rhey Boyd, Democratic elector for the First Congressional District will speak at Hickman, uet.. ii in. Mr. Bnvri is a son of Hon. Lynn Boyd who represented this District in Congress for a number of years. Ho is considered one of the best speakers in H ef Edl J pq s--i- IPS Ml Iiouli Here. BIG SHOW, . Q&H jH'T'ssimy j9s She-ar- 2 m Now x i H Jut received, a fine selection of ABT Good, r.--. BUGGIES ALSO T II C Call and Exntiiinc. I'uiCiM Low. GOODS evor Will Admission Free to all Departments. ! AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. undersold. mil The latest Drama-,entitlet- l aof all grades in my lino. -- nnt'be Tho tale is lacking in only one to be living at San Angclo, Texas. thing to make it a respectable mermaid story. The failure of Newcomb, Buchanan & Co., has, been the sensation in Louisville, reeentlv. any of tho charges of fraud. The two Buchanan's of the firm have disappeared. Blaine's speeches on tho great triumphal electioneering march, very tame. "I thank you for this expression ofyour good will," "yours is a healthful village, town, or country," as the case may be, &c." Hon. II. A. Tyler, after summering in Xow York and on the sea coast, returned to Hickman, Monday. Ho says the most intelligent opinion in New York regard the empire State as certain for Cleveland. tit w "Wl'ETmo.v. AS MY uooosotirsi ALL OTHERS. THEIR .Djn't furgel ti,LST W11KN RIVALS P a HE AWAY. e place, ou the uppoiite comer frum l'lautnro,D.& Co., under the New CUi J I ALL Give m.'a mil lvpfni--. v l..iv;n.. v i.,..i.,. . snv lltl cnn depend uihiII linJiiiir :mv lliiin. in ...i- - l.mi.--n - il.ot :.. t. . i " """". c'iiii a firt claw FUUNITUhe nun. ..rVr.havctliw p'lx.rllsU",,er', I irirrv? fe finest lina of UXDEIir.VKl ixditcly urvel on short notice brought to WAR ON HIGH PRICES, will lie played to perfection. The great Vocalist "UNCLE TIM," assisted by a choir of other Vocal Stare will eing Low Trices until you. are charmed and will load yourself like a peiifiblc person, with many of the bargains now being oiFcred, consisting of all the novelties of the weason. Dress Goods, a big variety, from a nice Brocade at 4ie per yard to a fine Black Silk, Trimmings, Buttons, fce., to exactly match all. Kico Ginghams at oc per yard, good Canton Flannel at 6c, Full, 4-- 4 Heavy Goods, All good-FresDomestic at 5c per yard, Gray Blankets 50c. . picked up by chance, and good for heart disease. The handsomestline of Ladies ami Misses Wraps, ever offered in th6 City, (the latest styles). Ladies and Misses fine Custommade Shoes every pair warranted. A full line of our Mr. Plaut's Custom Boots and Shoes. Nothing like them in the city. We warrant everv pair: try them. h r?.?!, " lite disclosures Without fail to establish Est Kespecffulfa, T- - QLrLLlDlrjbLJiJHL prejudice, aren't li m KL JL 5 m J i5J HXOB:3ME.iUtf, nnms house I rttlroad, and attentive a'iu yuuruuiiur icunva-ieuumvonctit river wnteh kept aud, altogether one of the beat appointed hotels in this section. ns keem lEBISTTTJCBHT. itucBvn.v evlvrqed, refitted, refurnished to an. M. K. B0 081, & CO. I'llliU UUllllUUll11 BRffBUHKSMM J INTO Sill SHOW, TUKXKIl, Proprietor. HERTWECK, BALTZER A precious lot of cranks ing themselves the American litical Alliance havo just nominated what they term a Presidential ticket, with W. L. Ellsworth, of Pennsylvania, for President, aud C. II Waterman, of New York, for Vice Pieside it. A Colorado baby obituan : "Tho wise miiouit oi immunity came Mi to existence, looked about it. saw that the world was bitter and b id, and then toddled back to tho gentle arms of the white Christ from whence it came.'' St. John is making a sharp and spicy canvass. In a speech at Chicago he sain: "lien. Logan helped to pass laws by which I was to be sent to tho Penitentiary for giving food to a colored boy. The Democratic Stato Committee at Columbus is in receipt of information from counties bordering on the Ohio, that leaves no doubt that 'the Republicans arc importing negro voters. Walker, the census man, is said to have come out for Cleveland. If ho is as slow about voting as he was with the census, ho will get his ballot in some next summer. callPo- where you can see the greatest variety of Mens, Youths nnd Boys' Furnishing Goods, and Clothing, from the.chcapeat to the finest Suits, made specially to our order, and guaranteed the best fitters in the market. Grand lectnre each day from some of the leading orators in Mercantile circles, upon tho importance of buying Goods of PLAUTBRO'S. & CO., lias a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, Belva Lock wood concludes whiclj am o He red at to made the Presidential race on her tricycle, some of the other candidates will have to stand aside. portant industry. RobertBonner paid 227,000 for Warning. It is unlawful to eight trotters: Joe Elliott. For- and that tho very lowest the market justified. All goods guaranteed to Our stock is complete iu all linefi, and we will sell very, low ony kill quails or other game birds i" rest, Edward Everett, Startie. PoGoods bought of us. cahontas, Dexter, Rams and .Maud be exactly as represented. this State before the 20th of October. The penalty for violating S. this law is $3 end costs for each James G. Fair is the wealthiest GOODS, offense. United States Senator. He is an BOOTS, Col. Barry South, the depos- Irishman, and is said to be worth more than ed Warden of the Penitentiary, HATS, CAPS, refuses to vacate the Warden's A woman's head is always inllu-ence- d Th bebt roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. residence and will contest the by her heart, but a man's right of the commissioners to heart is always inllueuced by his The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give spehim from office. cial inducements. head. Correspondence solicited. Tho Republicans are attempting R. B. BREVARD. Troin tho Frankfort Capital. AS IT OFTEX OCCCItS. to revive the Cleveland scandal as an offset to the Mulligan let- gomery school house on Tho public are requested to attend all these meetings. J. It. Lemons, Claud Coulter, and G. P. Gentry, are the candidates for member of tho Board of Equalization from this District. They aro Democrats. No Republican need apply. Our enterprising townsmen, Chas. Nichols and David Stewart, have entered tho fish business. Seemaun & Brother, and also R. M. Metlieny, continue in this im- dangerous. Tne next m ceting of the teachers and friends of Education Association will beheld at the Mont- Our merchants have returned from the East, whither they have been purchasing goods for the fall and winter trade. An unusually huge stock has been purchased, and a good trade for the season is smilingly looked forward to. A thief in Newborn captured in one House 1G0 in cash, 63,(K0 in notes, ami n fiun ni,i ...ni, llion he ate a watermelon on the front porch, kindly laid the watch on tho window-sill- , and walked out into the night. The indictment against the city ofllickmnu is on account of the Harrison hill, which is in dispute as to whether it is in or out of the corporation. It remains unfixed, and is reported to us as MANUFACTURERS OF and save your money. PLAUT BROS. - SOS - 8s CO. Who Made tho Low Prices? -- t 4-- Hickinan Kentucky. W"K of announce to our friends nnd ihc public generally, that we havo just received immcnn) !tock of nil kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trade of partis Hib-in- jr fin litis to buy. We can show all rtylcs of Furniture in plain and fancy. Aleo, Furniture ! $B9 rxiM-- t pLj riK?PI t5Si rJfSn rS iisiMii m isEiJ BB Wc propose to make our prices fo suit the spirit of the lime. You can rent nsnred you need never leave ourjiousc to look for cheaper goods. We roiosc to tell m lov um anv retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. Vcrv T. E. WILBURN & CO. Tim old, popular and always reliahle Hardware house of room in new Odd Fellows building. ZtSTAll kinriftof Repairing done on short noiice, and in a wprkmonehipetyh. we arc prepared to give special inducements as eSrS.ore Ah Contractors and Builders of Houses. If Q IDT IE IE3 jmSrAINS. SHOES, 'f ! DRY re-mo- "Ton Lt Eilit with DIy l)cn." UK. promlJ mo you wouMn't daneo ters. tut. "Grcni mj cousin ; Dlar U "It "I in. "What If I did ? Tou promise! mo iou wouldn't wnlti with Green." Ueaa not your cautin, at ail." fMmi that he is double cemln Each time we glte a ball." BHE. wouldn't prnmlne anything. Unlet! I really meant it." UK. "It cemi that erery one you make Tho next day you repent it." unc. "If danclus with a cousin' harm, a something new to me." It UK. "If one waltz --yc Seem eight or ton, rather frequently." ;- -hut 8UK. "Suppope I top all dancing, thtn l" inent legal talent to explain his letters to Fsher. Ben Butler says he does not expect to be elected this year some other year. Col. Ambroso Dudley, for a number of years Adjutant General of Kentucky, is dead. There are eight Senators and DRUGS, thirteen members of the House Kentuckians by birth. In France wood sells nt the r.tc of a third of a cont a pound, as much as corn in Kansas. SST PRESCR Tiierc lias been wasted on- our It is said Blaine will employ em- TflE OLD RELIABLE fJilAS. 4 A. IIOLOOMJSE, -- CLOTHING, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. WINDOW CURTAINS, AND WINDOW SHADES, GEOCERIES, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWrARE, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, &c - We respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before purchasing eUewhcre. ni:Ai.r.n i J. AND . AMBERQ'S SOUS. MIICINI, IP TIONS TAINTS Dil-ST- M, be uc c; 'jssi j&m: j& hk CA J. W. COWG1LL, CO M P O U - Rh tF U i. "i J X D EDI I DEALER IN DHTJGS, PATENT D. AMcmuiiJ "Indeed, you're wondrous kind I" Terhaps thn, ir, your wir head Some better plan can find.?" lie. "Indeed. nothing more to say Consult your cousin, Green." riiE. "ne wouldd't treat me like you do, And act so awful mean I" HE. he. invisible navy ."?S7,0()0,000 0. mc the last eighteen years. within f?- r the last census, there are 04,9o8 that a lady at Carenco, who is 79 medicine known and will positiTelycCiire years old, and has been married Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the only a few years, gavo birth to a blood and regulate Ihe bowels. No'Ianifly child, recently. A girl only 17 years old was rested in Boston a day or two for bigamy; and she admitted that she had" two husbands, both living. The Chesapeake & Ohio R. R. Co's. machiuo shops at Paducah, Ky., are far enough advanced to give employment to 350 mechanics. Judge Joan W. Wingatc, the old veteran Democrat of Fulton county, is now employed on 4Tbe Capital," the new paper started at Frankfort, by the State printers. Mraaie B. has just paced a mile over the Milwaukee course in the astonishing timo of 2:05, being the fastest time on record a of a second. by September corn worth 85c, aud Horeaber only quoted at 45c. reads the Chicago market re ports. And yet they say supply and dewaad regulates, the price of produce. Th Pa4esh Standard says line will be erectthat tJWg Mayneld, Fulton, ed HichWH, CHntow, Wickliffc, East Catrrawf Bland villo with Padu-cathrte-qaarter- Atkins, Girard, Kan., about 550 more than there are law- "IMr.T. hesitate to recommend your Elecnever yers. tric Bitters to my customers, they give en? and are rapid sellers." A Locisville paper announces tire satisfaction are the purest and best Electric Bitters "W. writes 'So can afford to be without them. They 'will aave hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills ar- every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by ago T. 1. Fortune. mean ? Well. I declare I did Not think 'twould come to this. Whnt, crying? Come let us be friends Aud make np with a kiss?" Sim. "Behare, sir! There's someone near" IE. mutes, and iS schools for their instruction in tho United States. The State Association of Inventors wero in session in Louisville last week. Ovor 50,000 postoffice8 are required to handle tho mail matter of tho United States. Trclrnd pays eight million per annum in taxes to England. Xotlcc to IJnys. if - ti.m xikiu (lit; . uiui n. ii (fn sis,swif I .lioP uudi Tliciio nro Solid Fncts. The best blood purifier and syFtcm regulator ever placed within the reach of suf FULTON BANK OF FUI.TOX, KY. Trusses AND Supports. fering humanity, truly is Electric Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any disease, of the urinary organs, or whoever s an appetitzer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Bitters the best and only certain cure known. They act surely and quickly, every bottle guaranteed, tp give entire satisfaction or money refunded! Sold nt fifty cents a bottle by T. P, Fortune. rcq-iire- Capita, 850,000.00. Discounts Paper and Loanit Money, Buys nnd Sells Exchange on any Point in the United Staten, Solicits Accounts of the People Generally. Collections nnd Prompt Itemittance at Current Kate of Exchango A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. MEDIUNiES! rr -- r. a flL.3srx Sf' A.2MX") nickman general merchants aro selling joods remarkably cheap, and hence aro attracting e trade from long distances. any reader accuses tho Courier of making a mistake ou this point, let him bo sure to vtry a Bo-for- Vo are house that advertises. not responsible for that chrious held at night species of tho genus homo who morial service try to do business without adver- on the 24th, in memory of tho late Rt. Rev. B. B. Smith, and a tising. memorial sermon preached by A Walking Nkcletoa. Bishop JiOO, of Delaware, who Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsburg. P.i, succeeded Bishop Smith as vWtea.- - ''I was afflicted with lung fever of the United States. and abscess on longs, and reduced to a Rev. Mr. Pindar, of Hickman, is valfdng Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's ew Discovery for Consnmntion. in attendance. 2-lt- h 'A Rctnnrknlilo Escape i Some hoys havo been breaking into the Mrs. Marv A. Dailcy, of Tunkhannock HE. Public School House, and if it continued "Then I won't with Jfiss Dean." they will be prosecuted to tho farthest ex- Pa.. wai afflicted for six years with Asthma sind Bronchitis, during which time the im:c tabula kocet. tent of the law. 1 est physicians could give no rolief. Her TRUSTEES. Thus lovers' ;iiarrels are eoouest ended Oct. 3, 3t life was despaired of, until in last October And broken Vuws are soonest mendud. fhe procured a Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, when immediate relief was felt, TheSGth Council of thol?rotest-au- t : nd by continuing its use for a short time Episcopal Church, for tho difhe was completely cured, gaining in flesh ocese of Kentucky is in session 0 lbs. in a few months. Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of in Louisville, having met in Christ all Throat and Lung Diseases at Fortune's hist. A me Church on the Drug Store. Large Bottles 1.00. was "Xo matter, love, jou mean" eiir. 1'To waltcno more with Cousin Will" .. TDILET KRT1CLES &C, &C, &C. EQirPrescriptions filled at any hour, M. Sheriff's Sale. By virtuo of a judjment and order of sale directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's ofSco of the .Fulton Circuit Court, in favor of Thixton & Slaughter, and others, against J. R. Brown, I, or ono of my deputies, will, on Monday, tho 13th day of October, 1684, between the hours of 12 o'clockj m., and 1 o'clock, r m. at the Court house door in Hickman, county of Fulton, Ky., expose to public sale, to tha highest bidder, the following property (or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiff's City debt, interest and costs), lots Nos. 220 and 226 as known and designated upon tbo plan or map of the Old Town of Hiokman, Kentuaky, levied upon as the properly of J. R. Brown. Also one open top buggy, levied on under an atachmcntBnd in favor of T, M. French. Terms. Sale will be made on a credit of six (6) months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at tho rate of C per cent, por annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. Sept. 29, 1881. to-wi- t: &c, Sxn day &C, 15own1:tg5es"! sot n m wm mm. m 18 King night bell niter 10 o'cloo III Mil CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS $ND BOYS.;: ' Notice! THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN -- cia h, which did rae so much good that I bought at 25 cents. General line of Goods marked down. a aoiiar owe. mier using inree bottles, found myself once more a man, completely Great bargains in farm Machinery, &c "We will deliver fish to any part of the restored to health, with a hearty appetite. city no charge for delivering. Leave POWELL & BKO. Sept. 2G, tf and a gam in flesh ot 4a pounds." Call at your order at the dock, or at J. W. Rogers. Fortune's Drug Store and get a tree trial SEEMANN,&BRO. bottle of this certain cure for all Lung DisJlitchleiiN Arnicii Snlvc. eases. Large bottles SI.00. Tilden, the grand old Demo- The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, V Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, cratic hero, is to issue a ringing Sore, Tetter, Chapped Suit Rheum, Fever Coal. Hands, Chilblain?, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posiWe have enough Pittsburgh COAL on campaign letter next wcelc. It space to nnmo nil articles, but no hand to supply the town. Only 45cts. per will be worth all the speeches and tively cures Piles, or no py required. is guaranteed to give jwrfect satisfaction, trouble to show goods, UUi Ul MIC um. documents yet issued on tbo Dem- or money refunded. Price 25 cents per nndome and sec, at tho corner of Troy FRENCH & PLUMMER. box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. aud Moscow Atouuc. East Ilickmp, Ky ocratic side. Strayed or stolen from the undersigned, about the 26th of August, one three- - car old STEER. color, Family Flour, S1.00 per hbl. Retail, borns weight It ia a pale red poundsbroad not aliout 750 toSOO 52.50 per hundred. positive whether marked or not. Any inFlour, $2.75 iwr hbl. X formation will be thankfully received. Drayage free on flour bv the hbl. sept. R. 11. POWELL. Empty barrels, in good order, taken back $2.75 per hundred. Our Fancy Flour per bhl. Retail, M03S3"f)A.Y, Course of SEPTEMBER NiNE MONTHS. 1. 188:'. V" -- AND CONTINUE 19-2-w Study includes, as heretofore tbtfbcst of primary inrttiie.ion, the The st..inE"glW., Mathematiw, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Mus.c, Elocution i T.uf Fisli Delivered Free. W.f DIESTELBEINK Fswrily ftrSFSEnUiini-- devote,! to the preiwration ol boyafur businow, f.r.cpltcgvr aud fVoTrendcirea Vml' consultation of parents, before the orcuing of achooi U n-ct. fully BOllClteO- - - nuu--- B. O. CALDWELL, Oct. 3, tds w.u. juiiri&ur, anenu t. u. Aug- - 8, 1881. Hickman, Ky. Cal. Coal, It Farm for Kent. Good Farm, IIoues and Out Houses in good coiulili)n7a acres of cleared land, on Dresden road, adjoining Cowfjill place. BRING l YOUR NO JOB WORK " TO T1IK '&' 3-- Apply to Sept. 2G, tf J. II. SIMMONS. -- A; - . Vi .C v; ? .' "'.- ,.n-,- 4 . . jv -- "? ,J . -- i - .Sf 'X T J" aa Hl h 4l ' -- ' Vj fc" . -- - -- yTl " jp! - - - "-- OIF1 A .A-X-aL JL K 1 -- ISTEJ-W- a 1 - M. ill I 111 , i!J mdmfimmil -- JN ip A.M&ID y Uibf LAX GOODS. WIISTTER -- rinnuiWMlUMlj all..... -- J- JBlaJlMlMMMWMM 'J'PB Mbmbm B, 111 . r.scf' O v 7 -- UIW . i?! t-'" : . A magnificent display of Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Cashmeres, Ladies cifks &c, in all the new and desirable shades. The largest stock of new styles, of Cloaks, Dolmans, Russian Circulars, Lang-trWalking Jackets, &c, that has ever been on display in Hickman. In this line" we can offer you a beautiful garment at from one to six dollars cheaper than can be ibundVlsowiievc. In Ladies Fne Shoes, we can show something elegant. We sell only Bryan & Brown's mike, the best, in llin TTrnfnrl SUnt, .0, lw ji. im,.,..,. . a iiv- r,. i?,. . iv. "o ,... n n iuo. i.iit. v l . n ..,. Tliic mnlm nC Rlinai! li.io i olrmi im iiii'iiiiniii n ... v i.Am:m . Clm. Ka j.1110 iiiiuvvf vj Luiwin i kio i . 111 ii'in. i ivi . . .. "vvn kjlii v .'.-....JA ' ....'. iiii ) aill.ll..I...will sell at LESS PK1CES than splendid line ot Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries and Notions, all of hkh we other houses can offer them. A beautiful andnob- y imu i)i cenis, jcoutns ana Hoys Hats. nave bought these goods lor straight eJTshSand my customers may rely on getting Jbirst Class Goods at irom ten to twelve percent. cheaper than can be found filsowlmvn m jt ' v uvi 7 -- -- -- - i.i-:- . w . i 1 1 i i i i x- -' i i i i i i i -- i- T T M. .. . i i I 1 1 i .. .. m. 1 .A - .-- 1 1 1 V . "V 1.1 1 1 . v .A A 1 1 m . . 1 1 1 1 A M. 1111 f V J &. W ii V JBJjK H. BUCHA1TAW. Cards, II, ow torrlMK-- tn HICKMAN COUBIER; To the A Card. Paducah ATtm: In accordance with the flattering call nmde upon rac through your paper of the 2Gth of September, 1884, you are hereby authorized to announce me as a Republican candidate for Congress in this, the First Congressional District' cf Kcutucky. S-- pt. -- KOVEK C'A KVEIiAXl). A BISHOP HUNTINGTONViEW. D0NT BE ' ON OHIO. SUCCESS FORESHADOWED. ProXessional H. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. rm GROVER PHKSIDKXT, CLELAND, l'itESfbKXT, K VICR THOS. A. HENDRICKS, -- OF lA'DfAXA. figlit for tho Prcsidon-c- j i iu New York ami Indiana, and not Ohio. A New York physician says that Blaine can't live long that ho has Bricht's disease. This is intend ed to cheer Logan. The real Gen. Geant, made a visit of condolence to Blaine in New York, ne don't liko Blaine, but tho party lash had to bo obeyed. Two Republican candidates for Congress in this District. Trulyt tho Republicans arc as badly disgruntled as the Democratic brethren. WiULtho colored Republicans stick to tho colored candidate, Thornily? Will the white Republicans stick to tho white candidate, Houston? If so, which will get the most votes? Scott, Fremont, Douglas, and Greeley, when Presidential candidates made triumphal marches over the country, receiving grand receptions, &c, but each were defeated. So it will be with Blaine. Stone and Turner, the two Democratic candidates, meet in joint discussion. Will Houston and Thornily, tho two Republican candidates, canvass the very same way? If so, who will gang with Dupoyster? tho Republicans fail to cair Oliio on the 14th, Republicans and Democrats will admit that it means 1ho overwhelming defeat of Blaine. If the Democrats fail to carry it, it will be nothing more than the Democrats calculated on when Cleveland was nominated. If How is it that Brady, Dorsey, aud the whole gang of those implicated iu robbing the Government are to a man in favor of Blaine j aud how is it that Gen. Bristow, Secretary Fish, Carl Schurz, &cM who wanted those men punished, Republicans though they are, are for Cleveland 1 This tells the tale. Actions speak louder than words. Ohio is a Republican State. Taey have never failed to carry it iu a Presidential year. The Democrat! carried it in the last two State elections on local issues, and Ibis ef coarse causes some Democrats to feel hopeful about it this - election ; but in nominating Cleve- land and Hendricks the Democrats conceded Ohio to tho Republicans. The Democrats do not depend upon carrying it. Tbb Republicans have been in control of this Government nearly 24 years. Daring that timo billions of dollars havtUieen used paid into the Treasury taxes by tko people. This requires an system of anil reaaember tliat only Republican axe peraaitted to keep or see tbo books. Wouldn't it bo fair to lei tke Democrats, who repref sent the tax payers, see and examine these books, and report to tke people? Long in power, we know, has BMda some of them dishonest; and the real Mistakes and robber-k- a will never be known until the Democrats get control. If a detects a Republican t'def, party interests impels him ti be easy. Let tke Democrats iut and make a clean sweep. im-ew book-keoping, one-hal- con-tinaaa- oe Re-pablic- w kt' i . raised as to tho eligibility of Mveral candidates on the Demo-erati- e Electoral ticket for Kentucky. Beu. S. Bobbins, one of the erectors tor the State at largo; Ira Julian, Elector for the Seventh district, and Crom. Adair, Elector for the Second district, are members of the Legislature, their terms of office not expiring t! itil next. August. Tt is ronteud-- . Ex. tfii that thoy are ineligible. te At Frankfort the question has Mr Hilton f J,. Bcecher, in tclebrali-Esjron the uuj:juiuCulrtIi: ef cr eiuiol Wr.kuw, InrolunUrjSprtn 'porlnl t is nn air of activity about Thero response to a correspondent, who fc iiILor, Iinpoiencjr, Jlfntnl.ud Vhjiltml ScnU Jl Washington, Sept. 20. Tho Democratic headquarters which is ? ft '1I"'ent l? Ur'5'r 'it. : b!m. Cm asked, "Do you expect that G ro Ami Cleveland Answe"rjju 27, 1S84. 1a. Tiiobsily. DejiKMsratK. should, not bet their very noticeable, says a New York JCKMAN, KENTUCKY Thornily ,is a. cti&rcd mnil, of ver Cleveland, as President 6f the illan fully Whcii.:A$fM.st3s, uioiH'y upon tho Ohio uoutiM. special, as heretofore it haB been ic relcbri.tr.1 nulhor. In O.U VlmlraM . ilnm n.trMtn from a Ihlrty jrarh' eucmohil. 'Tcllslitf'ffrulli.' United States, can or will be tolKcpubli-can- s quiet there. Tho number of visipractice, tht the aliirmiii on.t.nri.fn, The rlmm'08 are that the Paducah, and the residing elder ! .. mj ndirallt ratm . a. Uni- TTTILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS will carry that State. They tors increase dnily. f cure at HTf yin..lr, cm. In, a J of the colored Jfcthodist church. erated by refined and pure wo INriwr'n Wwkl Spt YY entrnslrd to their care. !"!.. T have succeeded iu raising a large ted States Senator Jones, of Louimh of iihfc txttj BtT, no matter hotWOffice Millet Clock. The Republicans of this District men 1" writes as follows : The friends of Mr. Rhine, alarm- corruption fund to bo used there isiana, contradicted li telegram crly am! radically. "l naT8-'Peekskill, X". Y., are divided into two factions,.ono lecture fhouM Us tn tftc Unia H rtrjV ed by the open opposi.iou to'thcir between now and tho election. from Louisiana that the Stato is youth anileTery innn In tlio laud. Sopt. 10, 1SS1 . candidate of President EliotT of The Republicans are advertising doubtful because several Inde sent tiinlrr feat, lu n plalu vnxtlofe. to known oa tho "Custom House "My Dear Sir When you aro Haard, Seeley, of Anherstaud in the Critic offering to bet $75 to pendents aro on the Blaine electo drr.. on receipt of frur ceutf, or two anj ad. pwt.j. "City Ring" and the other older and have had a larger expe- Carter, of Williams, hesten to put $30 on Ohio going Republican, ral ticKCt in mat iato. no s:vi B. P. O'MNIEL, II. D., THE OULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.". Hall Ring." Each faction has rience of public affairs and politi1 Aan St.. Sew yrt 3.Y,;.pMt Offlc. B.i. Hopkins, of Wil- and $30 to $7. that Rob- that there is not the slightest PROFESSIONAL separate District Committees, Ir. cal ethics, you will regard tho let- liams and Woolsov, of Yale, upon inson, will Republican, get chance of Louisiana going for OFFERS to HIS citizens of llickmau and the J. II. Happy being Chairman of ter sent to mo with far different their electoral tickets, in order to 10,000 more votes for Sec- Bluiuc. Ticinitj. oyea than you do now. Who told show that they too lune excellent retary of State than Newman, William A. Poacher said that Office Corner room in Laclede House. tho first named and Mr. Waller, you, and by what autlu ri y do you and weighty names of the same Democrat. YuUiin the last few the hurrah over Blaine's trip JBonchircint of tho latter. On the occasion of state that Cleveland is a libertine character upon JDrewry s would die out in a few days. The DK. .A.. A-. JbA.ia:S- their side. But days tho utmost confidence tho nomination of Houston, the a notorious libertine. Do you the acquiescence of such gentleamong Republicans about Republican disaffection, ho said, Happyites bolted, claiming to regard slander as a part of moral-itv- i men in the unhappy nomination of the Ohio result, but they are aw was universal, and most sanguine PHYSICAN AND SURb'EON 'I That story is slander. Not Mr. Blaine is not more Significant fully afraid that New York and In- Democratic estimates will bo exrepresent tho true organization Cqnjnjission frjerclj'arfs, a particle of evidence has been than the frank and positive en- diana will go for Cleveland. KENTUCKY ceeded on election day. Oswego HICKMAN, and have induced Elder Thornily adduced to prove that Cleveland Tho Democratic prospects in County would give Blaine 2,500 niCKJlAK,ZKT., to declare himself a Republican is now an immoral man. That he sure of Bishop Huntington, 'who, while no more a politician jthan New York grow brighter and majority, where Garfield got 3,500. his Profoasi&nal Scrvhr9 to Keep ulwnys on hnnd, Fresh candidate for Congress, Thc'col-ore- fell iu ono instance, twelve years the s brighter e cry day, and the best lie learned that Onondaga Comity properly the citizens of Hickman and vicinity. stoLIME, CEMENT. SAI T, JT.ASTEH people represent 90 per cent, ago, ho frankly admits. All a deep interest iu public af- of it is that the result in Ohio will would give a good account of it- j&nlO-'Shave but Httlo effect upon tho self. SEEDS, CLUYEK. &c. of fho Republican vote of this ries of continued dissipation have fairs. been searched and traced to the Bishop nuntiugton says: New Yorkers. Stevens, of Oneida G. The New York L. Will make liberal ndynnrea on District, but whether they will grogshop and tho brothel. Not a "1 have no desiro to publish - County, told him that the home of &c.t for sale or shipment. support tho representative of their single witness has ever pretended oni'iioiiK to tlitt wnrlil. imp (In- yf Democrats truly say that they ful- - Roscoe Conkling, Horatio Seymcii-expect Uhio to L'O 10.000 to 20.ATTORNEY Ar LAW color and race, we arc not advis- that, he knew anything personally, care to hold them back. I Itfie MUM) Rcpu blican, but that it will mour and Francis Kernan will give The ed, though report has it that Thor- and only hearsay evidence has never been in favor of Biac 'not hurt Cleveland a thousand Cleveland 1,000 majority. tes in New York, as the inde- country counties, iu his opinion, Collector, Real Estate Agen nily will bo supported by a large been bruited by men who ought whom I recognize as a tratlicJkr to be ashamed to offer their cars in official iuiiuence, and l(nm vSy pendents there to the number of would do better than the d colored vote at Columbus, as sewers to dens of infamy, and much pained to sco so 'many Tof .r)(i,0(H) will vote against Hlaiue if expect, and advices from niCKMAN, KY. and Paducah. Of course suffer their tongues to commit my Now Kuglaud friends yiofdiiig Ohio should give tho Republicans Connecticut say that there is no H)O.(KH) majority in October. adultery with notorious lies. As up the high standard of thore is no chance of Thornily It is possibility of that Stato failing to I Will attend promptly to all InpJ IV EKPS a)! kinds of staple anil fane regards the sin of Cleveland in rcquisito to tho Presidential Can- generally conceded hero now that go for Cleveland aud Waller. nca3 entrusted him in Southwestcri but iu the eternal fitness divested of Representative Mitchell, of Con Aenlnc.ty ana Northwestern Tennessee of things, since tho colored voters the Halpin case, when far lrom be- didate iu the past. Nothing lias the contest will bo as it was in Special attention gt en to tho investiga the exaggerations, so been said in thip miserable at- 1870 in Empire and Hoosier necticut, said: "I feel quite suro tion Land the purchase titles, furnish 90 per cent, of the votes ing an encouragement from sin, tempt which can bring himinto States. the two and Confectioneries. The Will States, with the that Cloveland will carry Connec- enle of Real Estate.and to of Tjan8 see his old customers, uud be li?tb will be given the Republican it will be a vivid example and war- the society of the pure statesmen solid South, will elect Cleveland. ticut, lie will get a great many will that mil them in price aud iiunlity. ChII nndiae. candidate, is it anything but fair ning to ambitious young men to of the past. It would indeed be It looks now mightily liko ho was Republican votes. The Indepenmaintain social purity. He lias deplorable if tiie young mtfn of going to get them. All the advices dent Republicans arc well organ- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, H'on't"ljuick Knlcu aud b'mnll l're&lls. be undersold that a colored man should be the already suffered loss, mortification this nation should be Uau4if informed by received here from Indiana aro of ized, and are doing effective work. ? s recipient ofthe compliment commission this election that the people, of most cheering character. Tho Their committee send out about and damage for the HICKMAN, KY. of the Republicans of this of it, and if he fails to gain the tho United States condone the of- Democrats have got that State as many documents as either the District being of the colored race, highest place in this Government, fenses proved against JamesC now, and will doubtless hold it. Republican or Democratic ComFOIl JsAIF, . IMS. who can batter represent that it will be by reason of that very Blaine. The moral effect would Tho contest in New York will bo mittee, and they only send them transgression. That ho will be to those depressing hot party in this District, than an in- elected I both hopo and believe, bo very his election should thcylbe doesand close. If Tammany hall There arc a who apply for them. dkaleu ib great many Republitold by that they pin not make a dicker with the telligent colored man ? Of course but the chief danger in his ambi- Ho, defraud, become demagogflei. Republicans to elect their county cans who intend to vote for Clcavo-land- , the Republican candidate does tion springs from that sin bribe givers and takers, and BtiII ticket. Cleveland is as certain to but they say nothing about Italian and American Maudi.k 1 Q"I ncics o rTr,hurjf r.a.l,J3BiyfIlo not expect to be elected, and only of twelve years ago. Is there no not forfeit the public oonndcnc:Qjrr,v-.aw.oji': $l P.iiuNAllOlS,. runs as a claim upon u Republican wiirninr iu tliatf No voice to Ir is a humiliating spectacle tu'ecojtuck.v. The danger is in treach the polls and vote without making MONUMENTS, TOMB AND GRAVE enre Saml. C Davx- t. Co , any fuss. I know of a single President, should onc.be elected, young men 1 If I believed Cleve- so many men like Hoar, J)awes, ery only. land to oe a libertine I would drop and others twisting his dishonest Hon. Ben. Buttcuworth, Com- block in New ILue.i iu which STONES. for Pederal office, and the colored Republicans reside. man, Thornily, probably wants him instantly. I do not believe record in such a way as to be- missioner of Patents, and Repub- fourteen some of that "chicken pie." Be- it. I regard him as a grossly slan- come a deliberate attempt to lican candidate for Congress in the Twelve of them arc against Blaine, received a fine lot of Arocr IVolIcc. Italian MarMc, am sides, the colored majority, have dered man for political purposes make his conduct reputable. To First Ohio District, said in an in- and most of them, porhaps the HAVING All pr;inf bidding claim ngino-- trier to till all orders. Call and examine Cjtnte of Mrs. Aimia L '1'uMiimjh.' and that abuse instead of de- mo the action of thoso who sneer terview t( night that the Rjpubli whole twelve, will vote for Clevebeen voting for the wliic minoriiltcvitMl terring from supporting him ap- at tho attempt to purify tho politi- cans would carrv the Slate bv land, but they do not talk any. ur work arc rtijiu'etl to iilo Haiti datum. prnTty ty a long time, and it will be curiOrders from the country promptly piovtf.1 up on or Ufore the 3Hfi The Independent Republicans will tl J in., ous to see how many white Re- peals very strongly to my gener- cal atmosphcro is contemptible." from 12,000 to 17,000 majority. inaytiti 1SS1, in ujy nbcuicf, with Mr. (Jci cl nuvoto for Cleveland, but they will Of Mr. Cleveland Bishop Huntwill vote for their col- osity and chivalry. That he is a publicans ll CRrtai, v ' earn- ington says: for prudent man, honestly and ored brother. A JL.iVi Abiding Citizen. support their party's candidate will "&uardla Madic Kobiiu-oiGovernor. Hencb Cloveland estly desiring to minister cvesy "His public life has been trust3t. . The following notice was posted ran ahead of our State ticket, but trust faithfully and loyally, I have worthy, upright and manly. He MONEY TALKS. no doubt. My messago to every is a man of honor, and there is in a conspicuous place on Court I believo wo will win on botn ticktlio r.nst on vounr man is, bewaro of his mis- - much in his public career to ad- street in Smithland, says the Sen- ets." The Kate of Rolling h ClctelniiU. believing as I do that this tinel : take of years ago and imitate his mire Groceries FASHIOXABLB the scandal concerning GovernTho Xew York World of Satur- virtues of 25cts Lower than the Lowest notice. the mbst Henry Ward Beeciier." or Cleveland's private Hfo is Vi To day prints the following interestcontagious of all cattle disthe merchants in tho Town I have no clerk expvnsss thing of tho past and no part of no store re' ing betting statistics on tho Presand pay cash Tor all my Groceries, and Tho Ohio Klcction. his present character, I shall cer of Smithland, Ky. : You arc here eases, has broken out in a is Jersey herd. There no by notihed that alter this dato any Sew Tork Tost, therefore can ncll n8hcap as. (he clamp idential election: tainly vote for him. Until I ca est. Best brands of Wiueubrg dealer or dealers in merchandise euro lor tlio disease and killinjr of La Republican advices from Ohio into this State I never he. One thousand dollars even . ..: t Star Flour, iJo cents cheaper than ad low M... o all animals affected is the only .!. :.. the Demo- aught about this scandal. " &lvllvt li,il7 "" Cleveland carries jSow York by aro to the effect that the SHOP. North Wet corner of Moscow st. JOHN WIITIKO: cratic managers aro Hooding the ,.,.,.io.rt,.M iimiik open uoor.s or sewing way to stop tho spread of the and Troy Atvuucs, East Ilickiuau, Ky , 50,000 majority. n ,.t limn- ti.;n, i.iiiii iiiiii.i.ii h ii.ii iiiil disease. Tho cattle breeders have One thousand to $500 that he State with money, and are deter- on tho past, and is not living as p goods or groceries on the Sabbath decided to have all sucli appraised 6iaJfSat Ufnctioti guaranteed. day, will bo reported to the Grand April. mined to bivy it up at any price; dissolute man. According to carries 2Sew York by 10,000 ma nevertheless the Republican man- Chriotinuity which I teach wo aio Jury at the next term of court, and killed and to ask the Legislaand jority. even that he car- agers are confidont, of carrying it, to forgive, and as I understand unless iu case of sickness or ture to pay for them when it meets. One thousand when tho election is held two that ho is living an honorable life death, and if you do not heed this ries Ohio. There arc $20,000,000 in sccuri- & BAMILT i&ROCERY . notice, yon will after January, Twenty-fivhundred to $7,500 weeks from next Tuesday, by a in the present, I sco no reason 1SS5. ties and money in the treasury of KENTUCKY STKEET, For it is a shame for. any handsome majority. Senator Sher- why I should not cast my voto for he carries Iowa. constantly on hand for hir man that is raising a family to the U. b. that no one claims. In 1 have ofKEEPS sale One thousand to $400 ho car- man is said to feel assured of a the reform Governor teach them such, or set such an times irono by sundry . norsons victory, and so is tho Chairman ten thought of the striking conH. O. ries iTcw Jersey. HOUSES, BUGOIES and HACKS. have bought government securiHaving purchased tho slnblcL borse to $3,500 he will of the Republican Stato Commit- trast in the moral attitude of the example. If you do not believo ties which they have lost or which Five thousand (DAVIS OLD STAND.) and entire out6t of W. B,t rium tee. Democratic advices aro to two men, aud wondered that some that thero is a hereafter, for the havo boon destroyed ; hence tho r bo elected. we propose to continue the bu'aincss.'aad effect that tho Republicans bright caricaturist has not hit people's sake have respect for tho 20,000,000 of unclaimed bonds in All kinds of This money, $11,500 in all, is the ' solicit patronage now on deposit with George Ruck-er- aro spending money like water upon tho idea and sketched in a day; for there are peoplo in this the treasury. town that do believe that there is Xo. 05 Bowery. Very re- with the intention of buying a ma picture with Blaiuo upon his a God and STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES a hereafter, too. Now Tho nninbcr of horses in tlio jority if it cost a half million dol knees pleading with Mulligan,, for spectfully, BOOTS AND SHOES." tho s house, nt bot lars; nevertheless, tne Democratic the letters, and Cleveland an- remembera law above notice for United States is nearly 11,000,000. usually kepi in a henry oeringe, to of victory, Augustus Robbies, managers are sanguine thinks they swering manfully when accused, there is having itprotect us, and T . - birds of theso are draught or torn prices. wo intend R. carried out to general purpose horses, and Chairman Barnum and "Tell the truth." TEAS, CAHD1ES, Loss Curtis. the letter. are used for pleasuro and FXA'Gr will have 10,000 majority m OctoPICKLES P. S. Bets will bo arranged by A Law Abiding Citizen. hceps in stock the very Best Malaria!. business driving. Disturbing IIlcinciitM. Mr. George Ruckert in small ber. QUITS and keeps only the beat workmen. J10M1NY, CRkNBMVilES, These conflicting accounts arc Keif York Tlraet-amonnts, and deposited with any sufficient evidence of what all im guaranteed. Repairing soliciied. W Tho New York Times, speaking Tlic Among the unusual dcvclop- - Xw York ninlnc lllppodromo. responsible party or institution partial observers report, that the DEB. of Blaine's trip toward tho sotting 3D IC XT It. mgIlt8 of the present political can- named by letters. Tho progress of what our es- sun, says : "Tho arrangements for is what Stevo Elkins calls yags is to bo noted the resolution election Mr. James Patterson, 209 Sev- "largelv a question of finance." teemed contemporaries, in a some- the show included the appearanco Sugar, CoiTecs, Soaps, &c. THE BARTER GROCERY-- , Conference of of tho enth avenue, comer Twenty-secon..t the Illinois Methodistits support asa what ribald way, call the "Blaino hero and thero of a local politican bo no doubt that to give r " 2Jew York City, offers, There tendency is toward DemoffirWHl not be undersold. .Hippodrome," bears, a street, ""V i n v!i "the crowd that K. J. M. .MONTGOMERY, atjpoiin-ce- a andDanicl. semblance to tho tour curious- re- cian to remind the issue Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &o through tho press of that city, to naturalvictory, for while the Stato body to St. John late of Horace protection was to his friends and the public that statistics Greely in 1S72. Thero are the Blaine only an incident." and Mr. make the following bets, or" any craticbeen invariably Republican Wo have at hand no lie hag opnned a new and fresh supply of has of tho strength of tho Methodjst samo crowds, the same cheers, of them, on the election : all kinds of Fa milt Groceries, which ha in every Presidential contest for That old veteran of Democracy. will sell as low as the lowest. He ia reaOne thousand dollars against thirty years, there has been du- communion in tho Stato of Illi- aud occasional cannon, though dy at all times to exchange Groceriss at nois, but ton years ago it had not the same kind of speeches Horatio Soymour, of oxo$700 that Cleveland carries the ring tho past three or four years 1,321 churches, with a membercash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or New York, is to make a tour of State of New York. any kind of marketing that the farming a steady and rapid growth in the ship of 10S,120. This is no insig- from tho exhibiting candidate. Ohio for Cleveland. Xoxt to Jos. SOHM, One thousand dollars even that size of tho Democratic vote, owMr. Groeley had something to say, friends may bring in. The highest mar .Seymour is the idol of the nificant body iu a Stato whoso but Mr. Blaino evidently has not. Cleveland will have 30,000 plural- ing mainly to tho agitation of the kel price always paid. population at that time was about It is noticeable that ho accepts all National Democracy. He will J. M. MONTGOMERY & JJBO. ity. qnestion. r two and millions. the attentions from the peoplo, speak in Cincinnati. Keepn the very lcst makfa of TJecr, fresh One thousand dollars against temperance oi and cool, and polite nnd attentive clerks to To what extent the Methodist not as tributes to him as tho $1,700 that Cleveland carries Ohio. Nnlt to be Ulsinlxxcil. voters will follow tho conference nominee of his party, but as to Tho Indianapolis Sentinol onght ger'e customer!'. One thonsanddollars even that make a good thing out of the When tho Prince of Wales, a course there is no means of testimonials to his personal worth, Blaino scandal suit. Cleveland carries Indiana. few years ago, was accused of gal- of Its subscripwill bo sufficient calculating, One thousand-dolla- rs or, in other words, as an endorse- tion list has been more than doubagainst lantries with Lady Mordaunt, he to add to thebut it disturbing influences ment of his view that tho Mulli- led already. $G00 that Clovela'nd carries Xew stepped into the witness-box- , and, i ' M. L. KNOERU, that aro at work deranging tho gan letters arc his ''vindication." The best make of th . celebrate Jersey. to use the expression of his friends, usual basis of figuring on said tho question of withIt is Columbus results. Twentyflve hundred dollars oven "perjured himself liko a gentledrawing Blaine from tho ticket has (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) The old almanacs are obviously Tliey Want Ilcln. that Cleveland will be elected. man" by denying his own and the been postponed till after tho OcOno thousand dollars even that lady's guilt. It is apparent that of little uso in forecasting the re- LouiTlll IVmncrat sult of the next election. Tho Democrats aro making a tober election. Bntler will not poll 12,000 votes before James G. Blaine will suffer still hunt in Ohio and the RepubTho Western Associated Press m tho county of Xew York. a stigma to bo put upon his wife n. IC. William oil Jllnlnp. licans aro much stirred up and in is denounced as a partisan organKept for sale, nt n bargain, nf the Livery family, ho will also "perjure and AND and Sale Stable of of alarm. Blaine has been ization, in the interest of Blaine Senator Sherman, the greatest himself like a gentleman." As tho From Louisville Cjmmrrci.il. a state FARIS & PARKER. . of Ohio Republicans, has a way witnesses to his secret marriage The Hon. Rufus K. "Williams, importuned and importuned to & Co. of telling what he thinks. In in Kentuck aro perhaps all dead, who sat on tne uencii ot tho K come'to Ohio and help save the Tho Ohio Prohibition voto is speaking- of the Ohio elections ho will swear himself that it took tucky Court of Appeals from IS State. nid coming indicates a estimated at 25,000, nearly all from tho other day he said: hopeless case. It will not havo a the Republican party. place; and while his oath may not to 1S70, being Chief Justice dnrfr think the campaign is very secure him heavy damages against flm 1'icf hvn vnnvc is tinw i ,r5 "I ood effect. He had better stay L0WEK and LOWER. Work tho figures as you may close and doubtful. The Repub- the Sentinel newppaper, it will dent of Ogdcn, Utah. Ilo fy whore ho is or go to Indianapolis V BALER IX licans will elect most of their tick- servo to keep up a doubt as to his puDiisueu in tne uauy itoraiu,. answer the interrogations to they favor tho election of Cleveaud All kinds of Groceries hams, sides, Sc. land and Hendricks. et next mouth, but it does not guilt while ho is posing during tho that city, a long argument in his libel suit. as cheap aa the cheapest. I will not be signify that tho party that carries canvass as an injured husband fenso of Blaine's letter to William Tho school teachers of Vermont ndersold. Family - Groceries; jqhn WITTiNG. rrtl rt, Ohio in October will carrv it in and father. After the election ho iimi WlinTtie Trtlntfw kj i.Ja ivniHiip r lllx Blaino is trying to make votes aro prohibited by law from using ""I 4SrV November. The letter of Blaine will probably withdraw tho snit. AND ALSO. XYUiibuunj iiikiiwiii;. 'ii' "uiiiiurs in Ohio bv giving personal atlen- - tobacco in any form. Cnricutrr.s f;uitci!. upon his domestic affairs was a nnotes extensively from Kcntuckv If inn to tho voters, while Mr. Since tho war over (500 colored O RJ"1 Carpcntcn can rH employ ment at Ncls, Sfciw, Line", Honk", and fill'kindi'r' very foolish prediction. He is Tho Cincinnati Commercial Ga- law cases in support of tho legal-it- niftvo.land remains quietly at i;2a day and hwt for Biptist churches have bcou esmonths. of pishing Tackle ami Supplies, :it abac-- , certainly surrounl'e'iLwith bad ad zette virtually admits that the of Blaine's Millersburg inar: home, as si candidate for Presix.auipocu a Wall, Cav co ivy. nppij gain. Groceries and Family Supplies tablished in Texas alone. visers," Democrats will carry New York.jriage. dent should do. T.J. IIAYNCS. eralJy. UiCrnrVr-Jimriml.l ch-nrlMlf.-nhU- II on rj IVanl Hllvi" Htm to tx a firosNly Slnn- .11 a it. IJ'Tlir iItiI Rev. Henry Ward Ills lifSur of 3lniiu Sinccs it tho liiuilignn ;;" A'Cltcft llnmi Tlic Heal tor flM'tl o( pnlKii. (lie Cam- - Co oil SpirlH ami Grcnl ActU If y Ahoul i!ii Domiicratlc IIat- quailciH In iiw York. L & R. T. Tyler, Attorneys at Law, Lost, How KeNtoreU. Just j.r.M;.J,d, a To-da- y . - 78 as-th- e pro-vail- -- d jlicr-ishe- O Ex-Senat- HANDLE. Cotlcn-Cor- n, - New-Yorker- s May-fiel- J. W. ROGERS, be-electe- d, mor-Jl&f- GHOCEltlE.S,.. ' Xine-tenth- ?- :&Xs.:hb.x9 to-da- y - kj te-Iae- itr'i'hey-nroqTiictincn'wIiocb"- to tK - 1 pro-pare- d t -- 1 1 iitz mora, V . to-da- y. Plcuro-pneumoiii- a, fa-tiil- ly i Cyn-tliian- a m BOOsiorwAm. " tn ii- $ ! lo" sale livery stable' e Faris Parked, JUDGE,. .-- t, first-clas- one-thir- d GLAZIER. MISCE-MZAA-T, l I S, I d - fIVOLT HALL. -- M Til-de- n Prop'r. ,. three-quarte- ir - FOR SALE. GROCERIES Kx-JikI- B m mis. - LIQUORS. F. E. CASE, J- - -- v g- -; r I mm j; si r.Jt Li , a- - S&ai.