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Ail, ui k. r -- h -- I i,i 8L -.- iv W a-- vi J. wwt n -j ik lasm V -- "".f. ge i? a bi b a 1f ana X r "X amw ii rvi njri.i D J naae ah aaaai I - I I aaaa; -- --- . Fine Job Printing' 51- I -- EXECUTED '3J8Kfs am .- -' With Neatness and Dispatch. JK. y --ML .iS- a a JB aaam a 1gf-'S nnHvu'. " "imp SALE BIX.IiS, bill-heads- ErrBLOPES, . letteji-hbadh- ; iasrviccA-TioiTs- , GEORGE WARREN, Editor. The Oldest Novspupegin Westeru Kentitolcy. - sJ-i- . . - ETC., 17. 1884. 23TCJ. JPRIE jPFtSUIWCUiPTION, 81.50- - ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBElt of omlnonoe: suoh ran as arc to day th6 reBlaine's Derensc. cipients or the contulHHCc and respect of the . . .private citteens of tho Jsorth w ho visit ths llkJ.f iciense of .Mr. lilaino ' it toutli on business or in search Of health ) on pleasure; the men who arc c insulted to bo fortlnoraing. That is a when great private interests are at stake: the tovcrffronfiction on tho dofents issued vmso. whose learning- and integrity cause the Supreme Court of tho I, Jilted States t listoit alrcajh ,v Mr. AVilHn WnlK-- Vholtw. ' hv : i .tf r.. v. with admiration and rcspoct to their argu" S"onaiu, and:.ny an equally oouu- ments. -an-nou- ni VOL. XX--N- 0. 3. olX.Xj autj sxzx) xjnu :,&S3 - r ..;. y -- , The Xjsterioas aiau. school, asd crrcmcii. . l " 'not a timid man, as his " I Dr. W "Polecat college" is tho namecf af Don't do In ftliurrrto answer yes or no; rieuds well fcaoiv- A doctor has many echool situated near Sparta, Ga. being reasonably slow, Xotblng's lost by An Kxcollent Speech by tho Delaitrange experiences. Some of his ex'n a hasty moment you may glvo consent. The Russian Synod ha? published, An J through years of torment leisurely reamusing, and were periences ware Senator. a Russian version 6f the Bible, the repent? fco to others when rejiade especially sult of twenty years' labor. If a lovscseeia you to become his wife. nted by himself. e A man never realizes how rapidly oeea.-ioHappiness or misery may he yours for life: THK HEPUHUCAV CANDIDATE. wo were when utator Hajard to tho Hrooklyn (N. Y.) Ou ono calls "our raiihu" Don't be in a hurry your feelings to confess, And now, in conclusion, one word as to the riding otcr the lTook,road, a romantic children learn until ho begins to buy Democrats Tho Coutrnst llctr.ccu over before you answer icfenses forthoamo long ago. To jnti-- 1 tbem valuable, hcwoiild have written r candidates. 1 have reforml to .Mr. ItUUn tea. srld lonely pfttbthreading thobankfof school books for as a public man. and tho nub.ic rec)rd tnatoithat they created a necessity for lllaino and Clcvo-ljuno 8Ucn letters. He would have held I shall of his action whilst m oltice is all Umt babbling strcamrsthe. doctor pointed Calt. tzJaoalaSone.aslr forgiveness for a ffravo of-criticise. Ho has lM?e.i pletured ly a very yet another to foithcomo is to subtract i,;s i,eaa high for a lawyer may prop, to a decayed stamp out among -- the Four students of tho Wesleyan , , from the efficiency and complacency of eriy lptfifeBS3 botrajinsr earnest penitence, no. m lanre iKnly of hito what manyauother man would wjous. amiss.'1- Academy at Wilbraham, Mass., havo Hcn?st tedr declare their unwillingness to .uvjjiuuuaiu uiiuany nisiiuii iuio luo gUrin!c from doing. iNo jawycr is in Pltr and console blm and his fears allay, pn.e th" r rei ons pub"You nol's that old pine stump, ou been dismissed for having. A now In the course of a recent address to vote for him and who are imprv-iv- o tnimment deadly breach made by facts tho habit of saying, "hecp my name ,antl don't be a hurry to drive tho child away. licly and in full. Ti'ey ' .. . . student was "put through, tho uiuV r,.T ... quiet;" "No one will ever know from r cre?" . because for the last twenty live years iu t,AK'Kt..i unarauier oi ,. tho Democrats of Brooklyn, K. Y., "vs,viui;n;i iur. uiaine. Hurry .brings us worry: worry wears us out. they ha e been his party ns' o.at', and ha o the process ncarlv killing him. Bo'sioTi "Ye3." 4 Besides, anv defense of Air. Blaino mo that havo disposed of a single dolSonator Bayard made thoso telling therefore a longer an more intimate knowlEasy gefiwpeop'o Isnqw whit thoy'ro about. I rise to one of the Fast. "Well, that oas Imp made, by Mr. Blaine, a rcflec-- I lar;" "Pray let me know what I. am to Heedless" hasto will bring us auroly to tho edge than his the oppone.it-points: perfecttlKisions I ever met with. dltch o n have. They ivo the reawin why tion.cjjjMr. Blaitin himself. Hcespecial- A San Francisco papor advertises, A FALSE 1S8CC expect;" "Burn th;s letter," etc., etc. most a yerrieh patient in the village bo . 'And tr5ubl& overwhelm us If wo hurry to of The condition of our country presents for they rojoil licnplacinr him at the head hw iv ieqaested lus fr.on IS 7Ii' to discuss for "a minister of the gospel who can can not afford to have as I had rich. The people the Nation They dep oiv our conbider.it on economic and political theallairsof Xatimia- ca'amlty and foreto'l AsjMted twice in the preach two strictly original sennom o ectlou as a man who is ashamed, beyond, problems which demand a wjso and reasonu- - a downward anlunto uf the National olinr.ipler the Mtillijnran mutter. Ho la d especial thoir Don't be in a hurry to throw yourself away; o! course tho every Sabbath, one in the morning for 'fiMi-siwIjqu makin on Uii1 a. lawyer or rqnrosontaUvo, of his own, S oio soiuuon at our nanJs. borne or them are and.lbu National Interests wtian til lliau- Oy the side at wisdom for awhile delay. llwtfet"itnesJiV to. beiwhen 1 had ?ona saints, ana one FT.7. t.Vi,fHr-lT-,tie,levening tor .sui- - UV. .... Make your-lifworth UvUiff; nobly act your lCJS. iLne spcciauioioii ,!r b? rtv ! nt tei . todo!eml him 1Uuuuiv) uinui iiuuBnt;, aupji .ners. bo President going to jfetfx be tatf hnrry'tVspbn ltfat th'dstarfif WA-Bsov took, place Jlrf dates for the Presidency, and tho parties that as Fisher and Mulligan was generally very lato at night"; fot The Bible Society has determined given you, I behove h s wuld appear, had left on Mr. Blaine's beg such country doctors have something to do Spencer started for a long day on the upport tbem, to the projudiees and supposed sons, which I havo public calamity. I hnto mnd a con ictiou that buch endcavo s for mercymen o ection would ben Don'fbo in a hurry to speak an angry word; would be so humiliating to to stop putting Bibles in railroad cars. and nucrc-- s ot cmses oi our country men wnon nero tho document report, No. 178, of tho sliMild be fishing-rod- s beside write out pres'triptions. One Ono of Us oiiicers taid: "Of a thouDon'tbe in- a hurry to spread tho tale you've river, equipped with oin tted. lhe good man is tho chief'oilicj that it would he dishoninterests are alleged to be distinct and at t h of heard. lunch basket. In tho evening as he variance with those of other classes. To ttate Houseand Kepresentatives, contains the dep evcSi thought to have concluded that or to every man, woman and child of night, as I was driving along distributed, wo believe that ten sesilon. It Don't be irt aliurry with evil ones to fro: llit simply, it is the attempt to create s tious under oath of James Muiliian.Hciticn he was retnrninp home, when yet uo the thee woinis, I no- sand read, while three hundred were And don't'be in a hurrr to answ er yos or no. Wjjs guilt', after perusing the efforts were our 50,00),0u0 people. Wo say "such ticed athroughwith a l'ghted f saw and force an issue between the laboring of liostou, made Mr Jila.no T mau miles from it, rowing letsarcly, he -- . cigar in ciassc-to afu;t him, made by attached men as Fisher and Mulligau." Whatand tho owners or capital This witness is not only to thisdny wholly as to be worthless, and his mouth, standing where the stump so mutilated stolen." AI T. ExamMiss Hyde walking along tho rivet who employ them. but his verae ty and lutegiity frient&: Wherefore, "the new defonse ever the result of their disclosures, nofour hundred A TJlR OF MUTES. This is in my judgment a fal-then to bank, stopping now and have been sustain-- ungues! onably. Mrl Blaiuc" is a reflect, on on him as body can respect them. They have .s and supposing it was a worsmw on iner. and wholly uuadmlsable lsue to 1)3 s Hating read these dcpoiitions I am of 'Good evening,' ' hor. He pnlled to the shore, and raiej. This country unloubtedly a in- unable to fully how any "Mr.'j'ohn Spencer was an attorney can doult thai well s5 on his abortive defender, whom held this rod over Mr. Blaine a good bis way home. I said see At a recent church school anniveron which was tended to bo govorne.l iu the interests, not of ilr. Illaioe's conduct to miu uiau, obtaining ho ajjeuced. rode along. An hour after I carao this with something of a fortune, and of presenting his tablets, mauy years, and that it should descend and any class but of all sary in Berlin the aged Kaiser was in of our from him oertnn letters uy false pret"us'. th&Qomfortable age of five and thirty; written: "Will you not row home, Mis; It Mas intoodol that classes should popuUtiin. kneeling dnwn to turn In unmanly terror, and It&nnot t said, from a Blaine point at this critical moment is cvidenco that back, and to my surprise the man was vited to make a few remarks. Here is none have privi tho rest of the way? Yob look leges denied to others, which simply meant falsifying the truth li regard to the transac-t- i of vif, U Jit tho new letters, or the let- they arc quite as malicious as they aro still there, with the cigar in his mouth, that age when man is at his best physi- Hyde, what he said: "Tho foundation and 1 foparatu privileges, in, render him wholly unworthy or the ot cally and nature has filled out his frame warm and tired." She answered by that none wcro to havo seiirch through any ters newh printed, create occasion for ratuotic. The agony of Mr. Blaino and to all appearances the same as will bcialu V rock to which I and we all must cling the great position of deienlp had left him. As there had been will be glad of a chance tc and it paper, in which the welfare of the if anv honest citizen lor States. Mr- - RIainc has distinctly negpublic padding of llesh writing: "I during all this time would have melted this If I'nited lost my way, whole people, and nothing .ess than the whole President or the rend the depositionsany man atived tiiat pro osiiion. and one or two fires in the neigh is the undefiled faith, as join is taught with'ont obesitv when the wrinkles arc ro so pleasantlv. I have of Mr. "There is better hearts than thoirs, and that it did him that great people, was declared to be the object of the doubts letand Mr. Hlalno himself In tho docuMulligan borhood about that time, which had not us in the Bible. Do not in his I think." With his assistance she got from First to n not in his neck nor gray hairs Government. ment referred to and I belieio hi doubts uill Nothing in the Letters MostScrupu-lausilntegnt- y not do so merely scrve3 to show that been accounted for, wo were all on the crowd which either neglects entirely As slip, sat drawinsr her hand It is e'eav to me thuifthls line of argument end. .. mustache, although at that ajre he is in tho Republican candidate in his yc?rn-inLast inconsistent with the tho Bible as the sole source of truth, or, ts to b followed, and s are created through the water he got a good look nnd fostered between th" capital to l lab aud Honor " declared tub riKMOcnvnc cvxninATE. aiit to beJ,vell set" in his ways. for wealth got into company as well alert to discover the transgressor. Thia at best, misinterprets it to suit its own and rot vas what especially directed my atAnd now I come to tho character of tho Mr. BJaino un" the very night whon tho as business which an honorable man Looks were all he got, for not the country, or between d inert nt classy and "T'lieast winter had been ono of un- at her. that can ideas. If there is nmn if a word was exchanged during tho ride. employments of our citizens that in such a Democratic oandhlate. uao any intent his use New York Tribune entitled the letters would avoid as he would a pestilence. tention to the circiimstauce of : man give security in the anything world ol usually hard work, but not without Mm present Mrugg o v ctory mut ult:nnttely be HceUrml public toower, a orr ipt heardorit, nor. to think, "Thel Dregs of Defamation." j To bo returns, so that when he was "She thinks me deaf and dumb, he said after lonsr an disa.trous couHiet, in favor of neet Some time since Mr. Blaine declarod 'remaining in that lonesome place that action, it is this only foundation, which you. lie not. as I have heard. t seriously threatened with paralysis of to himself, "and I shall not undeceivt on' or the other; that there is to lie at the nut eman, nor ais "magnetic" one. but he is a bure,the man and the organ did not that he desired no magnanimity on the length of time, and so late at night. is laid in Christ Jesus. May this day end of such a strujle a victor and a JmljnH'nt. oflnorous intel agree, but if Mr. Maine is right, tho part of his opponent". the throat, audnpon consulting an emi-- ? her, but await further developments.' It was" a bold When I made the trip in the morning, ho a blessed one to all of you, that it 1 party. is nothing in pu h a man of nmml there was no ono upon the road, and I may inerea-j- in y'pn the knowledge ol She pointed to tho sunset, nodded Fpeetacio that I There justifiable to the i ten of lect, and h'tbtts of laborious porfor.naue ot letters need no defense, while, if the declaration, and under the circumstancnentJihysician was told that rest and think duty. He has the industry and capacty to .absolute silence were his ouly hope, he her head and smiled, to which he an the American Constitution, anj the man who form indeteitdent opinion, ami ih con-s- 'Iribune is- right, the- - admit of no de- es which inspired it it was offensive. It bad quite forgotten the circumstance God, and of his bnly begotten son, JeIt may c ico and the courage to maintain those fense." In ithcr case, the idea of a defelt, that' ho had earned his vacation, swered in tho same way. Various ob- contempiatos and ttiehn JusM regarded ofas the is a time for magnanira ty, and there is 'hen I approached the spot" again in sus Christ." foo to lloerty GovAmerican form opinion . atdiscussed in this ernment. the evening, until my attention was but af-.- i rather ,liigb price. He was or- jects of interest were This has bro'ight him in sharp and po ttlvo fense is stllogistically fatal to Mr. no man who needs it more than he. The reason why education is tracted, as' it had bee'n the night before, A MASTER Or rilETEXSION. A'. Y. Graphic dered to make no voca? sound, as his silent manner, so that when ho came conflict with vigorous and able men. and has Blaine. cigar in his usually so poor among women of fashhe concluded that Kow, Mr. Blaine In his famoui letter has displeased them, deeol) offendc the n, but by a man with a lighted worn-owhom ho muscles were to be let en- to the mooring place His forixor defenders, I nn iiipiipretensions, and Mr. thm all I bat o thoslghtostovKlono0, - caressed aid suppressed, have reason mouth. It was the samo man evidently, ion is "that it is not needed for the life tirely alone to recuperate for at least it was rather pleasant to havo someone lild down ishis master of pretension. lllalne. amonir aoeompanted bynever hear Denied His Religion. joukuow, a He had tation, and to all appearauce the same cigar; which they elect to lead. With a good interthree" month's. If he had anything to as a companion. taken caro to dalin everything all the bless- upjii his to n faith, or his pergonal truth, to oljoct to any eleventh-hou- r ings of a free Uovornmont, all the ad van- honor or integrity. The following lettcrfrom General W. so 1 reined in, and to gratify my curi- figure, good clothes and a haudsomc loper enterng the. tic!d of I'ofensc. If sayjt must be done in writing, but not After this they wcro on fricndlict tages of human indention ami industry, the There is a kind of ovidence known as equivocal S. Rosecransto Rev. J. S. Early, based osity. aked the stranger to ride. As equipage; with a little reading of the 6. ward on pain of entire loss of speech. when September came vory bounty of the soil, the unlimited territerms', so that proofs." It consists of the un- any one is entitled lo the fashionaof man s motives and railway, at hand their acquaintance had progressed tory, the btcamboat and warms, tho tele- guarded dlsc'O'iures of a rejection and unac honor of coiduc.ing tho defensive side upon an editorial paragraph in a morn- J hero was no answer, 1 roue on, a daily newspapers and the with the r As;4hsimmer vacation-wa- s above all. phone, the very sun that impulses, made without the brez little more brisk) v, i am free to con ble reviews; and, often in the country as his rapidly through the medium of the that co)ls,the rains that fructify, and even the compaiiied by any intent: sudden rays of of "an aggiessito campaign," one or ing paper, explains itself: he'selccted a home enables women happy tact which Sept. 24. ulace of evile, for when one has friends tablets. On Miss Hyde's returning tc natural increase of population, not to sieak light in falling uikmi the more secret rt ceases both of the saluted and silenced de- 1'ather: I have D. C.found much ftov. Deat fers, ami when I came back I kept my to make a large display of very small knowledge ot fenders shutul receive reaon to eye upn the man pretty sharply until Immigration of labor-a- ll that of his heart, and giving a better tonojuujst-talk'. The choice was a wise Ler school, he could hardly persuade of it Mr. Blaine, trust a man who n'tcr denloi the religion in was beyond his reach" I5y this time, acquirements, the woman of "fashion openly wonmn has in bis nature than acr premedidaied act or one, for the farmer and his wife were himself that he should miss one of the theto.I ofuien and been seized producedcan- word. have a letter or Uroer Llovcanl, knowing they were "defending him," which ho was educated. Amongst the actions by this the United States has may never feel the need of true educaupon which our religion lays male llctions arc I had made up my mind it wasnotwi-- e or famami written in tho unthinking confidence quiet,- - intelligent people, whose chil- - obnoxious se so muoh. ne considered didate Tor public honor and never let then know: "There are more Wo pity her none she less, since our Lord to his brother, on the dav of it rather strange that she had never held up by him as due to a high protective ily atfeotlon Gov. rnor or the Mate of or his letters, whicl Iihvo' never been pub- the denial ofMr. Ultimo and making anuploviiu to be riding alone through these woods tion.will never know its peace aud dedren were all married- and in homes by a New was brought lies. 1 hut election as tariff. midnight, with such mute people she I epial y at York. It was an echo from his lit art and a lished. Be careful that 0ii don't hurt Ca'holic mo her is well known, an their own. The house was pleasantly told him in. any of their "dialogues' THE CXJCST TARIFF SYSTEM. formally denied abroad, so the next night I took the light, Julia Ward Ifotoc. leelliigs at a time when known reflex is wellCath l e is it that he has "1 On the contrary. I make bold, in direct op- truf honor of his situated near a river, so there was where her home was. She had not faith and gotten hlirh the tertincatc of precaution to take one of my students ami great responsibl.lties had me more thai help me. Mulligan "Tct-book- s ' serve their puqwse of Mr. plenty jif ' fishing and boating. To a done so because lie had never asked, position to the statements and claims history come upon him. loaded and Ksher is liable to paint a his membership of n Congregation il Church to ai er, and While Tnat tetter had the true r.ngof honest mandeprived of sport of this but said to herself: "If he cared to lllainc. witness, that acall the reco. d of campaign red, at any tine." No, he from its latter part of at Augusta. Me., dur- with me. and also a pistol. Sure enough aud hate legitimate ends." remarks F. maiy solpng us my sense of injustice creing tho a..piratlc n. and that to do a woekly but he man was there before us, his cigai Trendlcy, a'teacher, in the Journal of kin'u there was a boyish zest in renew- know ho would ask. I will not force ated by an unjust system of laying tariff hood, withThat one ed with that aspiration let them procted on the assumption newspapei 1'Iaisted, last month, and Morming his duty. Education; "but when in the absence ot taxes lias more a then ing ft for life had not had much play my confidence on any one." When ruciifinal produced more local jealousy, more came the memory of hW dead mother, toand that he told the truth in 187ri, and now ton, proprietors in giion curtent number, Wa.ing more brightly than ever. bere- 'Now for it,' cried the student. clear aims th'v are thrown at children published iMidence under oa'h by wittlMtber gentle iiifiue e seeinel the-of she went neither knew where the home tween our feeling, in it for him, but had been made up countrymen than any his thousrhts they aro cor. roiteti with the horrible nesses highly for ami Mrenjrthen and I will hat), as one throws chunks of meat ata dog, ' "work; ' In his struggle for a place in of the other was. and they parted, as cause; ithat it has caused labor other sinsclo vive not les en the and purifyof tho Ameri- injuiry: "Ifheto'd the truth in 1870, roniwiontioui'nrfH and uitegri!. intelligence, j cock yoT to onraniie will h es proving be-s the aim ol who mourned and become in , iuetion 'hat in is.."., while 11m.' become rather cynical, es- they supposed, to never see each othet in discontent for lack of steady employment can people with the renown and promot.one wat in thunder lid he tell in lb7tf, '72, I old life he had nnd compensators wages, has filled the land hulrmau of the ilepuulican Mat" Central there, my friend! A nice study, they hinder far more than they '71, '70 and M!':" Clearly- these vicpecially' so about women, as" ho knew again. She returned to herchool. witn iolence nnd threat of violence, has amongin the day of his '(iramtl-e- . James G II aitie now Kcpublicmen law, practically nothing about them. His rested and restored. He stayed until (trained the rule of or and promises to bring liiit this is the leading influence in the char-ac- t tims of m sp'aeed confidence have a an nominee for tho Presidency cm-e- d to be little shower we've had! Any more rain help" The writer thus urges the imlorce as a customary r of Grovtr Cleveland as I discern it; not rgfct paramount, to lie the new dc- - printed and secrotly crcuhited where it was portance of a jdear aim and understandheath- the last of October, when ho followed, in the military arm theories abont thorn were almost resort to obta-- order. . . . This it is which expectol to do the mostgoolto that patty, I "The stranger apparently smoked, ing on the part of the teacher. It i mom', not to ach'eve (iieceas nor fertlers, for in enish, but they were only theories. He and, as the physician had said, Had en- has emboldened and induced the dem- Ue otnnUv adinlration. hut c IH'ltv to Blame may a circular nddre-te- d num Demrc.o0per.n4 "to Protestant agogue to uppenr in our midst, iiut torm hlsdut In that station of life to which bejiiey can repair themselves. only when the teacher is sure of hU ocrats" of Maine, and biguel "I'rotrtuiit fmt made no sign. disliked the sec on what is vaguely tirely recovered. . for the acceptance of such doctrines it may please God to Madigan Democrat," an I known us him. purpose and releases himself from the and called, "general principlei," feey should pro eed cautiously. Do Circular, ' iu wiiich he appeals the them and ' " say, who are yon?' Thanksgiving afternoon thojpatinee as Mr. Blaine advocates his and tiin- th uhkM in offioft eoinnarnto ll h "bouda-ras Mr. of the "No answer. shunned Lhciu, one and a!L On bis was "Olivette," and as he wasp little Iarty approves, in rcKpeot to the tise of the tlvely humble as well as In thoe ot great dis tluj' know whether Mr. Mulligan is tho pooplo of 'M.ilno generally against " The but taxing governeti me and "By this time my own patience was Trcudley puts if, that ho can feel the was gWca tho choice of two out of spirits, the natural feeling ol thought power, eohnr for tho tone of public tinction an l power. lor he people honorably. Ural? Are thev sure he has run out of niHcliinuti- ns br the Catholic hioraehy, plan- gradually generated by Km nl re State and SjOJ.OOi has and f m c ety of tho ;csults as tho " full o tltaustixi. ajrooins, onejarirc. me oinor somewoM mon tvjtlioti&jjnmiji- - lioi on JiaiiniVQ. I ucti it mrrconnry snlrtt and ntMise of a irreat UooeaUy and wulifr to paiK two year. HIT'-iai- ' tliftvunmint-lh- c. liona. m public trust. I do not bo fern suoh a spowaeJo ithTinreiEsJipf; hustuiitUM ff flJTafla1 itMvilU 'ft'liffiil-,,- " at..wawteBKttitoolphctook,j31lr. Spencorreoncludcd"t"o go. ,A a sow ami mother bit lrt Sinie TaFUhtyT, faiI5tiMiifiWdlfiie2lra couiu dc wunessou in tne L nttou .Mates as ts ., o i , , ,y. t He bits lion h's duty. As a "dormant in the slough of routiue reci- iue uiggesu jiore room ior ooois to, nHM,' , ""look iinre.stFa After bcinsr shown to his soflt heidlv tttrnil uuieniiing uiaiuu is mo ircmuie As a Sheritr he lias done his duty. stand rOOnd in and to scatter pipes and looked over the house, but saw no ac- now, that a candidate who has fattened upon every abuse that our laws conta n, and yet As a Mayor of Buffalo he has d ne his duty. yat experience in wording under ' has strangely gone one snch liko manly belongings. He had quaintances. this wav, 1 four Vnv d M.i'is AsGovernorof Just behind him he justice. 6houkl now be unwbippedup of public has done Ins duty. the State of Xew Yorc he "Don't tvrile on l.quor,"' said 01 whom "was elected by the use of JlflO.OCO and as Itohave business yours. You have running and down may been pleasantly established with his heard a soft unfamiliar voice sav: the land offering himself as the special friend inquire into a right rUX('L'NT PARAGRAPHS. l)i ,Iolinou to (loidsuiitii. have of inont y, ' and that when thoro was a And, God wining, books, fishing-rodcigars and all those "Sue, it is he." "Who," asked Sue. of tho laboring man, whose scant oarnings States he will do his asTresidentof the Unite tuWt drunker, every day." "toii'li "he resigned rasher adtan e and explain; I have a pistol in threat ol duty. d Don't gono largely to swell his vast fortune an exposiite or his order. ' illu any hand ' have than risk things which seem necessary to a man A man wlthou' any home is now Mr. Spencer, the deaf and dumb and the foe of monopolis whtcli have only Blaine could bJ advised to his circular said he was a "Juv member of the c j ""The mysterious whbnreaching that period of The Great Wcilcin Kcvolution. smoker took no no- being exhibited New Jersey Whether gentleman who was so kind to mc last added to his wealth in cynical disregard of They have to defend him cvt society of Jesuit". ignorance he far 1 the den-- e contirmcd. nnd men value anu respect; tice of t'ie insult. Ho was as .silent and He is probabiy a retiretl poot or a bant Knf linw s.trfnrro Vio cdnul) all that ciimmnr There is alwajs a dtility of tho-- e whom tl e gigantic fft'Mjlioous and most care- more, every interests from ball umpire. .V. Y. Sun. tho fe1.1? cotninff allbeen arrange- - come to an opera when ho can't hear." affecting specially to ivprent the chssos of fulUnless tho shrewdest dupe nn stcad'ii't us before. I thou leaped of labor, and ar were toarny observers completely misconstrue ma-- imint of weakne-- j. Or an uns.is- - of this circti tfcer" ran desurned to of theisiot mj wagon, determined to solve the 111 meats lorMns stay had made by ..0, not at all," said the giddv Sue-- "1 society against each other, honlmr therebr certain, but be na doubt "I never loved but one person,' the greatest noited letter is n!w.iv turning up. Or or it appeal to religktu bigotiy ami ." letter, ami on h.s arrival, tablets pre- - should think it would bo no end of fun out of the general ruin to feed tat hw grudges ' the signs of the tun-- s, if I grapple the evil one sighed Bigg. "And as a man can not Or Air. ttuiatiui&in to M'curo a miserable parry decency and good order at the cost of pol'tical revolution of the present year Milligaii makes a movement. sentedwith the request written to be to sce them all prancing about tho aealnst pence nud welfare "Well, and what then?" 1 asked im- marry himself,"' remarked Fogg, "o ' the public lor those who twenty y?ars before place in W.4t. Ohio, In- FlSher talks 111 his sleep. Then tho shown to his room made the good lady It is this system of taxation which, while i will takoMichigan, theWisconsin, Iowa. ttSde fabric of de'en-- o tumbles down. had made a vile investment inUtery statement patiently. eves, wringing their course it came to nothing." Poor staei rolling the'r Htmlar purpose. more than "What I had taken for a man wa fellow! Motion Transcrip'. ui MityiuiiMj s,.ppti ne was ueai anu hands, and standing on tip toe to catch Eroducinga revenue ofan enhance co- of diana, or by entails lesides wmo T Blaine defences can not be ensured. In that circular isn laotfi oughtdirectlyknown that pine stump, and nothing more." Kansas and Jllinoi-t- , to be living upon the American 'ahorer and ukii in. Ihese is stay put. They have to be implieati oitwen. who-- d "y require him to toetery the American eonsumir to tho extent, at smaller "Western Mates, are in apparent Tfiey do notMtkthc next exigency. "But the lighted cigar? what was said "Verynice, the lawyer, a dude." offenged to Henderson to McNubb. "Right United Statos at tho of the vt to for lent, or Re time that amount. In addition readiness to repudiate the Itspuuiicau g that'" election. to tins it has rradual'V scall up tho products party, to which they have adhered in you know his clerk, It does not do to have a .sliding .scale approa-hin'j he, explanation ho wonld have to answer to lhe law "It was a bit of what boys call punk, you are. Do what of him?" "Why, "Sue," said Laura, "it is heartier to of manufacturers within the'r home market, every Presidential year since ISnO. with in!ofene. One cannot imitate the amlilie are Imunil tor tote according conscience "No; the judgment and irioifmerable questions. If he did not laugh and talk so about one's affli- rendering It impossible for thorn profitably to which, in damp for the common good of the whole country. that is. decayed wood ; glows with a he is a subdued." Washington Hatched or evon. as It exception of Indiana in I87P, anil thritty resource ulness and flexible itwould be natural for her to come to ctions." "0, pshaw! he doi'sn't have increase their oroduct, present volume, would theenll-or cons lento above all tilings places, or after a rain, seem, to maintain Its Itlsama'ter much to displayed by Mr. Blaine, when to choose a hone t Uxecut ve. Does any one t under the banner of Change Franklin, who made a "morality'" the. conclusion she had. bluish light, owing to the phosphorus it an air of very deep allietion," Sue less to expand their sacs into foicurnmar- - ami Reform. Kef was an instructor of ehil rou in doubt what the stockholders of any corpma-Dokefv. when has glutted the of every sentiment, in one of hi As the days of July became hotter answered. "lie looks well fed. His nomo would think of any dlrcutor who should contains. Every Iwy that is familiar market. Republican intolerance, bad faith, Kentucky: "Do you teach that the vote to e'oct as Pre dent of tho company n with swamps is accustomed tojhe mys- essays savs: "Disorder breakfasts with and'tho fishing began to pall, the mon chin is getting double. Ho must he a the sournEiu? greed and corruption have gradually world is" round or fat?" asked a time.s man proven lo lato been engaged in e reu- teries of 'punk wood.' plenty, dines with poverty, Mips with interesting books 'had been read, ho very old bachelor. I do wish he would Think for one moment of tho clas and niting mean and dastardly cnlum.i es to father of Mr. Blaine, at that character of men who have beeu nuthorlel prepared the way for a great revolubepau. to weary of his enforced silence, turn around so 1 could sce him better." to "During a long practice of many misery and sleeps with death." upon the mnorant, the credulous and or Jiat. cording government of aiuf longed for something to break the At this point Mr. Spencer did turn to reproont tlio pcop o. DM theytho Union tion. The "inso'lonccof .power" shoun "Iitoach either round of the a parent," tho unwary, forh.R ownerodit or advantage? years, during which I havo rode over The Detroit Free rres chronicle? represent by the Republican party for nearly a tothe preference the Southern Hill the totor is ono of tho trustees of the Before long he had it. around, and gave Miss Sue a look its benignity, itt honesty or its justice? On great corporation known us tho t"nltil States 'the wildest regions atall times of night, the fact that out of fifty odd medical quarter of a century; its ruthless taxa- blindly replied Mr. Blaine. But the I have never seen anvthing that I could One 'day Mr. Grey drove up to the gate which made her ask in a whisper: "Is the contrary, tho rising Konoration ofGovas such whon papers started since 1883, seventeen are not alternative, optional, of Amerea andoftot's great corporation toting purpose of States. If they measured their n President th s from the .station with a trunk in the he really deaf, Itura? Ho looked Southern by its agents, would bo obtleed to tion of tho people for the the ernment bv pulling for thegrtatne of the Interests invo'vod. not aeco mt for but'if I had not exhave died. The tame cause has pro lly National mutable or determinable amassing a tinge surplus iu wagon behind and a young woman on j wonderfully knowing, like be might consider its functions were to extort unnecto tako care that amined that stump with my own hands duced liko results among tho mortals, essary taxc, to hnrrass tho taroaver, to Treasury, which it controls;- - its ag- stns.ws' or dreaming on unuo case. he is prooomonately hound man whoso ante- and eves, I should he chooses for President a the seat; beside htm. When Mr. Spen- - navc heard me." "Guilty conscience," wound tho feeiinesof tho people, to bringdis-gracto this day have be viz. poor circulation. JioionCouricr. gressions on the personal lights and They must, as Major Jones said of the cedents assure every ono ho is trustworthy. Hove 1 1 met a man smoking a cigar." upon republican Institution. On Can any ono not given over to believe a lie lyuncu uui u, n as nut viiu a suiiiiug gjd Laurx "Didn't I sav lie never rai of the people; its undue favor- Savannah newspaper, "consist." A couple of Vassar girls were found as n cviuntcnapce, out rather a cross one, spoke a word all summer, and lie is a3 After fifteen jeans of public servieo body liberties monopolies and corporations; all these and many other ace unts, the trust n man who go' up nnd clandestinely dis- V011I.V3 Companion. by a professor fencing with broomstick; member of tho Senate tho confirming itism of seminated the Madiir m circular.' for his seclusion would be intruded on. deaf as a Sphvnx. 1 do wonder if ho of all executive appointments I profess that announcement that a new defense is to 'I h't inclosed Ino laL clipped frr m the defiant corruptions, have in a gymnasium He reminded them Unexpected Company. IJeverthcless, he watched the process will remember me. Men of his age i nave known but a few cacs some rare ex its open, kindled the indignation wh'uby fot income hctild be re eived with loss Washington Vt e this morning, show.s how of h that such an accomplishment would not ccptiotis, where tho men appointed to nubile degrees Maine's Kcnncb".' Journal talked of of alighting and removing the heavy and opinions do love to snub us. and I office under tho 1'edornl Government in the is now propareil to break out into a ariditv by Mr. Blaine's friends than he Years ago mv husband and I went to aid them in securing husbands. ""It IluzhM in tlndavsof that great nnd trunk with that interest bored people would not be surprised that he did not Southern Statos would have posslby been consumins fin. When von arc visit a cousin liviug some twenty railei will holp us in keeping them in," 1 snotve'd in going for other people's patriotic cltl en' hretime. choen for tho same ofliee In n Northern s which make 10UI that our President Lincoln got him to go away. We did not reach her home plied one of the girls "Exchange. . vraicu anything that is something new. recognize me." Stale. When I havo protested against this, The French Revolution was seeming- money i' tlie to Europe to make known in lush daces H3liirTttredsomethingabout "scrawny, men "What Just then tho curtain went up, and, the answer is:nro are can we do' Suchgot the work of a night- - The uprisiug a' defense indispensable and impossi-sibl- th6 real u s or our war for the Union, you until past her usual dinner hour. She can Might be worse. tad as they will conclude wi h me thatsuch denunciation Albany Argus. o""i was as thev could afford a treat so rarely, the Southern States in tho best wo of tho in ly July 12, 1760, took Paris by surV."i". . as seemed much pleased to ee us, and of the ranks of tblsgreat union c tizen puts another feather The tun Is this: You sit in biiss . . nwpetr.uowu, and returned to his pipe. thev if3tened, and no more was said of party." Look nIo at the kind of prise. Yet it need not havo done so. In the esp or this Plumed Knight ir Industrie, soon said she supposed we had not And nil tho cares of lire dismiss. men with whom political alliances are iaura ityue nau come to Air. urey s jjr; Spencer. pecuniary and political, and discredits him as dined, and then, excusing herself, disYou feel so nice: when. In a trice. 3Ir. Blaine's Confession. promptly made by the ltopublican party in the The infamies of tho Regency, the an aspirant of anv o'hco or tiut much less appeared. Your heart gr iws cold a cold ns ico. iu xccijiuraie aiier a severe winter oi weakness of the King, tho insolent At the close, while Mr. Spencer was South. Time passed 011. We ttcre forthe Presidency of this great and free And then you scoot, for her njtute teaching vocal - music in tho public struggling look ot the Cash family in South Carolina two Tho friends of Mr. Blaine can not aud outrages of the nobles, shut iu the cool, close, seldom used old dad appro vbes with his boot. t schools'of the same city of which Mr. girls made with hU overcoat, the waj murderers and desperadoes, tho usurpations of a Knowing the Mulligan-Kislie- r g Hut do not fret -- there Is worse the circumstances which ourselves, as peo out of people, lauh parlor, and amused their ccit, but what oltus who hate boon painted ns typical the wrongs you to Spencer was a resident, and. strange as cane might propose and she nccept. that were lately given" to 31 r.i limine, present Knowing letters which dismay to find it raining, and Southern men ruffians in broadcloth yet pinched by hunger and driven to destour viows as ple generally do uutler such circumTnv their ifViiTTconTn fni-.- tlin u...... tiiitinr A'cti York Journal. i.v,l fhftT ti'ith nn niAfnn(mn frnni tf 'inn inn. young Cash d!edtl.o o'her day defying tho pair, had for years given sufficient in- to the world. They are altogether too a voter. I writenut not think, and remain very stances, in looking over albums. No ."v. enmn .,..,.-- . tt.'"VJ as I legal process ot the Stntc and its offer rj with .,, t.; voice hail become so impaired, with W. S. IIosbcuvns. .,t, ..n ,.., chnii a United States Deputy Marshal's commission dications of tho gathering of the ter- Ecrious. for they are the missing links truly yours. & "Now, sir.' observed the Judge in souud reached us from tho distant To llev. J. Early, Highland Falls, N. Y. .," overwork tliat she was threatened with i' ,i,3 ,:n un in his pocket. .:.! kitchen. After a long, long time, we tho divorce suit, "what have you to say storm which suddenly burst over of a chain of cvid uce going to show ,V Mississippi, gazetted rible Look at Chalmers in .the total Joss of it. Her doctor had -- ..;. ,.:.. t,i,;n,i for years bv tho Ilcpubiican press as the mur- the Nation. i, Your wif,osaid ,ho that Mr. Blaine profited in an illegitwere ushered out to dinner, and etich for yourself? )U1UU WVUJl illUZkt He fan Afford It. commanded entire silence through the them said: UliSL lllCU "Miss Hyde, allow me to derer or colored troops at I'ort Pillow. Yet ho The pending political revolution in imate way from his position as Speaker a dinner! as elaborate as wo should caught yon kissing her inaid." "I am whole- - see summer, plenty of fresh air and The National Democratic Committee havo expected at any country hotel, very rcpliel the rnati; you and your frieml to a carriage.1' Is taken to tho bosom of tho ltopublican party the West has had ample provocation. of the House of Representatives; that poiiiw'ioort as tne oniy means oi cure. The girls looked at each other in con- and paid fees ns un attorney t prniecuto Ins Tho Republicans havo ground down he traded oa his private information as mako an appeal to the supporters of while our hostess, tired and warm, did "I thought she was my wife." "A'nd political opponents in the courts of tho United Tho poor girl could sec no way to ac- sternation, but said never a word, and btatcs. a legislator; that he a copied j.ay for ( levcland for funds. If one hundred the honors of the tableas gracefully the maid. What did s"he think?" agricultural labor, while driving ra Virsrinla. O shade of Washington ! complish this, but she resolved to throw over its nejk and pampering hU ""influence" and his information, thousand persons deposit one hundred as she could under the'circumstances. suppose she thoughts, too.' Bttjfalo . before they could realize it were seated O Look at tomb at Mount Vcrnont Witness sacred heVfielf on the generosity of the Greys, ' favored interests. They have given ami that in a variety of ways he thousand letters in the mail transmitin a carriage, with Mr. Spencer op- therotho sacrifice of bliite honor tho How much liappier'we should have Commercial. tho degradation ot stAto posite." Laura looked "down In hcrlnp. of every functionoblltrntiont, government, tho away hundreds of millions of tho pub- howed that he was not the honorable, ting a dollar each, the sum will but felt, ami how much more we should of State fifot her, explaining the whole situation. The sheriffs in Arkansas have a Sue out the window, but true to her ovorthrowof every institution of good gov- lic lands to wealthy and grasping cor- upright man that lie should be in order just equal the amount of the check said have enioved- ourselves, had we been of it. During TH6Y being good, charitable people, character, she saw the ludicrousness of ernment, to place a corrupt jobber and settler to serve t.o people properly as their to have been drawn by Jay Gould and treated to bread and milk, or bread very sad time less than nine the hvt . ', putting the bona-fiil- e legally six months no jtookhor in "for the least possible pay, the situation, and, after vainly strugof nojro votes in the Senate of tho porations, PresidcuL and a er.p of tea! tho power of monopolies. In placed at the disposal of Mr. Blaine's and butter, United States, and In control or she, refused to come unless she were gling to control herself, burst into a patronago of tho Government ofoftho entire under convicted murderers were taken fro.n is urged in ono Republican news- confidential It that Old all their polic they have abused the should managers. Again, not many years ago, my hus- the hands of the sheriffs aud hung 4by perniittcd to pay something, however peal of laughter, which only added to Dominion, "tho Mother or States and States- Western section of tho country in a paper that Mr. Blaine acted in this mat- Gould thus interest him-elf- ? Why The anband's mother and I went out to "spend mob-1- . sheriffs men." Itnall the amount. d As Laura's distress so much that Mr. greater degree, probably, than any ter as a lawyer, and that it ought not swer is simple. Jay Gould is a chief the afternoon, and our hostess soon get thirty dollars for each the evijry i A rOLICV OF IXJCSTICC and Mo .Spencer went down to tea iu a Spencer leaned across and said: "I be expected that a man of his ability owner in the Union Pacific Railroad. Hocked to Fellow countrymen, who The for tho suprem after oar arrival got a dish of apples, z felfisli'frariie of mind, wishing that will explain. Miss Hyde, if you will acy or tuo union cnueuthe war complete over- other. West,Germans, found have in tne themselves, will giro himself up entirely to the The group of Pacifies, of which thi and after paring and cutting them, execution, the are naturally indignant to the have or its opponents nearly twenty , lhat woman had not intruded on his give mo the opportunity." After throw Whatever reasons may onee havo years under a professedly free Government, country, to his personal sacrifice and Union is a great factor, owe the United proceeded to make them into pies for at the competition of the mobs. Texas ago. been domain" but when he saw how tired, , leaving Sue at her boarding place, thought to exist for buch n policy nnd system stripped of their personal privilegps with only poverty ahead as a result of States that is, they owe the people of supper not because she had nothhig biftinqs. wopand spiritless the obnoxious of antagonists and distrustiul his conscientiousness. Well, there are this country SU,90.31 for interest else, but because what she had did not Plantation Philosophy: It aiu't de Mr. Spencer began his explanation, against the white pconle of the Southern and amusements and placed in a he "relented somewhat and was so can of other people's intolerant many honest men who would gladly guaranteed upon their bonds. Upon suit her. Now in case of sudden sick- man whu,t reads do raos'dat thinksde bo no wen"f through an introduction (written which in to long that ho followed States priconow party longer allayed. When. have relieved Mr. Blaine of these this score they are delinquents. Sturdy ness a woman may get out of food, but mos'. It ain't de pussoirwhut eats de adhesion, we seo Aker-ma- not.ons and prejudices. of finish it. After giving as the Key Laura and in the Cabin t. and Longstrect on the tablets) with as much gracious-nes- s her the facts of the case, he saiiH political It is desirable that tho wave of po- sacrifice. honors aud th.s personal old Thurman and honest old Edmunds there is no other excuse for such an mos' dat's de stronges. De pussot. and Mosby In foreign missions, and Mahone as he could command. Ho no- "Now, I hope you will forgive He accepted and retained have sought to compel the payment of emptiness of tho larder as to necessitate whut neber hated nobody am t ap ; mo for and Cash and Chalmers all in tho close em- litical revolution should come from the ticed, Miss Hyde only answered remarks ot leaders we any mortification I havo caused you." brace tho tho Republicanparty does may know young and vigorous West, It will be them of his own choice. If it is neces- this delinquency, and Edmunds, a party cooking when vMtors come in, how- ter lub nobody. Warm water ain'i Hepubllcnn that trust tho by a movement of the head, and heard Said Laura: "I don't know how much South when it thus bestows olUco and power the more irresistible because it will bear sary that there shall be but ono toad associate of Blaine, has declared that ever unexpectedly. As I have said be- good ter scald wid nor ter quench Mrs. Grey explaining in her kindly I upon tho least trustworthy. on its tho rugged honesty of tho for p. representative man, and that, in whenever Thurman and himself have fore, never allow the bread jar or cake thirst. Wldout doin' anything ter de bare to forgive until I think it over." arraign at the ofnn iwar'all about his own affliction 'Deaf "Not much," said he, "for strano-- as Therefore, Ipublic opinion bar mou honest broad crest prairies. It will be a victory all taking that he shall abaudon all others, prepared a bill looking to the equitable box to become empty; and where one Serb it, de owl hab gained de name ' , and the the and patnotio and. dumb, poor thing. Not a bit of " seem I never heard your "oice party who ha e dovh-eand continue a poli- the greater and more significant if won there are enough men as good as Mr. enforcement of tho claim against tho dining room, with table sot all bein' wise. Dis is jest beoase he's got '' 'trouble, but he does smoke dread- it rniy Injustice and all natinn toward nearly by States which are marching on like Blaine who are prepared to enter upon Pacifies up has jumped James Blaine has a until this afternoon, so you have said cy of the time, it te a good plan to keep one er big head an' er mouf dat ain't alius f tho States of this Union. I charge fully." nothing I have heard, although I knew tbem here, nnJ in tho full v.ow of our coun- an army of giants and which have re- it. After all, wealth is not the only from behind Jay Gould' breastworks r two places ready for the unexpected open? It ain't sense, dough, dat keens v Lalira was given the little room re- I was under thing and perverting tho try, de owl's mouf shot, fur when "be.do from Mrs. greatwith prostituting Govornraont for low, mained" faithful to the Republican par- Pol.tical to which ambition aspires. and fired upon them from the rear. friend. public powor of jected by him, and was as quiet a Grey's replies. discussion to honor has in some eyes a itself. It With a lively sense of favors to come ty as loDg as it was faithful to I used People in cities have the advantage open it he kain' say nothin'. De tongue think it narrow and sectional party ends. neighbor as a man could wish. will be a victory that will stay, that will value beyond anything possessed by Jay Gould can well afford to baok of us country people in one thing; they dat is kep' still "on account o' son?o strange, too, thatshe seemed Tho prools aro writton qn tho pa?es of A man of Mr Spencer's habits could the talking." "0, that is to do all Our sta utc books contain them. Tho know no reverses, that will grow with wealth. This is certain no man can Blaine's electiou with one hundred can send out aud get bread, meats.caka says soraetbin' smart when it do fpeat. easily ox decisions of the Supreme Court denying the ' to take much interest plained," said Laura, faithfully servo two masters. If ho thousand dolars. A veto from the Arkansas Tfavi.hr. of all sorts no-- 1 "my these attost them. the growth of the West and be in a neighbor. Tho only thing that out, and I was compelled to voice wore constitutionality ofits lists laws incompetent, strengthened by the wisdom and patri- serve the State he must mako some White House is worth a third of Con- and pies ooked and at a moment's We of Tho bluo book with erroneous phrenologist once., often warm. An quit talk strtick'him was that she seemed to be ing. but not writing. 1 personal sacrifices. If he desires to act gress. A friendly Administration disdishonest and corrupt officeholders attests otism with which it will bn used. do it, and are more liable to told me that I would $bins as a re- ( tlem. Thereoirdof the criminal court 3 as a lawyer ho must leave the State to covering technical obstacles in the cn- .thatIfaro" anomaly- a woman who you did not hear me, foram glad not test them. Evcrywhoro an 1 on every hand atNew York is pledged to the Demois company at mealtime than are they; vivalist, and said that I ought to.marry some of m could hold her tongue. . He gave her burnt ig truth remarks were, as I think now, nnkind emblazoned the has can cd thothat tho rage cratic cause. So are New Jersey, Con- too management of other men. lhe forcement of laws is worth the whole of therefore, it becomes us lo be on our a tall blonde, with a nervous saDguine -Kcpublican party spirit but little of his thought; merely bowed and uncharitable, to say the least." one, But question 13 truth, justice nn J guard, end by all means lot us set be- temperament. Then be raid: jOne "I of to forget with tho pooplo of the Constl-tio- necticut and other Eastern State. as a been settledan old entire and has never , both houses. Chicago Herald. party when passing on the stairway or in the attributed yonr silence to tho to the batisfaction of dealing friends what we have on hand dollar, please;" and I said: "All right, the South- we shall all gladly hail the West in fore our fact that halL The latest defense of Blaine in spend the with a tawny mane?I you supposed me deaf, at.d, m J neer ern States slnco tho close or tho war. this can- leader in the great revolution and shall tho lawyer legislator; but the State can Th.s alone Is nn issue suiliclcnt for not afford to have servants who appear the railroad matter is the worst of all. rather than with us chief part of tho gentlo scientist, dollar 3nd marry tho : time she moved about the happened fclrvsome bo with you and 3if5, vass: this aiono should control tho totes of feel that our common triumph will be cooking. Good will give vott the time they are hoW listlessly, with a tired, worn look Grey very much, never for it and for its encmiej to- - It is urged now that he was an inno citizens, bread and butter, baked apples, cheese, tall blonde with the bank ncconnt and" suspected that thonsntful, modorato and patriotic fare, tho made doubly glorious it it is to bo tho morrow. that added to her twenty-fou- r years; we were a pair of mutes," and instruct thein that putdio we cent man who fell into the hands of or a bit of salt fish or a few crisp bilious temperament when you give me signal of the emancipation of the Westsaid Mi. perpetuat on or tho Union, tho proniot on of The defense is, Aawevcr, ruled out by tho sh&rpcrs, Fisher and Caldwell. but, with good food, fresh air and rest Spencer. of-shment pickles and a basket of cake, cookies,, a "chart showing me how to dispose clt lo virtue and tho pun admin of civic vice ern States from llepubl.can thraldom. Mr. a few weeks to feel the she begau-in tho it.to.r msr. Aside from tho direct evidence that of the s'raiion liimsmr. a cLanxo in A. lr. Word. brunette with a thoughtful even good new gingerbread, with a brown-eyeThey havo since gone into partner- demand Government. the us deal with oar PUbl.Shed ho Stiokn. lifcn n. mnitir nmn Let Federal influence of the place, and her expres-f- f proves the contrary, this is an extreme- or pleasant hostess, are all that is needed cast of countenance, who married mo Chicago brcth on In the Southern states in a high and .jipr changed to a brighter, rested one. ship, but no: a silent one. r. Blaine and his to make an en joy able time. Less elaboTho Republicans realize tne fact He is intelligent, and he knew his guilt ly stupid defence. highest wise spirit. Let U3 cvoko all that is Herald. , in an unguarded moment two years which' at least made her pleasant to and host in their natures. Ict us bring to tho that Mrs. Lot M. Morrill's testimony is better thah any other man did. His friends have insisted so long that all rate meals and more conversation, less ago."' He looked at me in a Teproach-- . iront not the miserable mercenaries of look at no deallUgs with Hshnr nnd lUullie-nivurf. his transactions with Fisher and CaldSandwiches aro a great staplo in own society, or tho low adt emitters who,the.r eookingaud heat and more ul kind of way, struck me with a chair The only thing that pnzzled Mr. London. down, But ' to be kept very quiet. He disposed of well were perfectly upright and honor- should become the fashion. 5.comfort, f an absent-minde-d Forty thousand men In hand, have bcon prowling for stone unturned to break it manner and stole re SawB. in Speecer was he never heard her voice. said to be daily engaged plundernmong them; but let us call to tho it won't break. Mrs. Morrill has told railroad bonds" after the manner of men able that it is too late to play him for a yer, in Country Gentleman. away. Bill Nye. intending front the wise, tho honored, the able, the I rao steal under cover of the night. Ue had rd Mrs. Grey hold Iodjj coo- - umii. g okeon. . citizens the truth, and there it stands. ' DON'T BE IN A HURRY. , " v ..JJuUXbink-UiaanaUc- -- versations with her oil many subjects of domestic economy. Onco or twice ho himself had been the topic of conversation, but not ono word in reply did he hear Miss Hyde say. She surely mu9t have said something, for Mrs. Grey said, "Laura, you are too hard on him. He isu t an old man, about thirty-fivand not so selfish as you may "think, if wo only knew him. And. my" dear, he can't tako the same inte rest in things that a man who isn t deaf could. I've no doubt he would lend you any of his books if he knew you wanted them." There was a reply, to this which ho did not catch, for it brought a laugh and reply from Mrs. Grey, who said: "Well, it raav bo &3 you say, when men spend all their time thinking and working foc.theni-- i selves they forget that others may suffer for what thev havo in abundance oUoni and thinknQihjnjaUt. e, BAYAKD ON THE STIOLP. .!, kna-JOmi- His knowledge and estimate of the gnilt are aoown in tne agonizing letters begging for silence, and in tho letter of the signatures to which were pleaded for with the most cringing and ;ibicct humiliation ana lear. it Air. Blaine had acted as an agent or an placing these bonds and in Their h,.j.r1nf- about the legislation to make : . :iro-uit- o - thcm.-.-iWfa'fi;pAi-)i. d. , ' - felKuv-vi'iieii- -'. i w.t-nee- ei 1 J life-Io- n Iiem-OLra- ive Prc-ule- nt uw twenty-fourotir1yqa- rl iu-tu- e 4 K.-- a 1 a. V 4 - 3 Kortj-fourt- on-gre- ss pell-me- ll que-tio- n inthepi-esenceo- look-abo- o. I Kwith-necessar- rob-Fieri- es Ame-ica- g d r3 1 1 1 Uri.l-la- van-nuis- c c - 1 ut g o, -- then-siste- d 1 f ro-pe- 1 - " pt-si- i con-i!er- cl a pi-t- ol. herab-H?nc- rea-onnh- lo 1 thorn-elve- - ?' n - -- 1 - - e I '.oxt-book-- ." - - J.u .. .aMS.. n . . "gf j a trr stim-tikn- ts Jo-ui- r s, J de-fct- ime-tfguti- ou ed tl.-ou- caJc-niaker- s. right-minde- U. nver-e(imat- e e yetf-cekin- 1 i 1 1 my-elf- j 1 -t f.tjM-hio- Pre-I-n- t High-collar?- " bo-t- of j i j n n . can-titfu- im-pot- sj de-fon- oi -- o : -- Aroii-bisho- p tran-action- .i"s e. is-- an rcd-hind- hard-toilin- exi-ten- yct-Y- ou ." -- ,,. ii goid-hcndo- d k. J c.' if-- absent-minded- ." -L ropu-.lintio- n -- - ca-Jol- er public-spirite- - ea lezl-latio- n strait-waistco- o -- -- ouo-hal- h's-tor- y. - - n to-da- y a e d enr-potb- , r, man-lovin- v A J s- -- fi v- ft cnine, lu0 juSjfriinient was put In nnd Luln did not mind boing kept on the mother sent for "tbo girls" to re.ecive alert. We actually began to take great comfort in it, using it for all sorts of instructions. ?? GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. MUsy (Sue ws the eldest, and named trilling messages, the only drawback for Aunt Artemisia) "ent boldly up to being that Lulu had to k'now everyWr- sho thing, for we one and all adhered to : ' : KENTUCKY. it and look hold'of the receiver asof HICKMAN. niiglit have "rasped the lanyard a our resolution never to have anything loaded cannon'Tanc, Kau and 1 to do with it. Aunty at first hovered crowded around and listened eagerly about Lulu when sho went to send a THE NIKE SLUTOJiS. to thu tu0 oracle. It all message, but finding that she called up A British ship at unclior lay sounded very casv, and Missy's first all her girl friends and held interminIn the harbor of Xevr York: Tin stevedores wito packing- her under "tuef"'uiuC0 of tho man, able chats, of which Aunty onlv heard ikit- " - With YaiiVro f unci nnrfc. was successful., . tho "wnaU'" and "ohs'. and""ahsi" fne slim younjr men went up the plank, "Hemeniber'said ho, "two taps and "you didn'ts," aud "whnt did he I f fAtid Ihey wcrctiiUand rood; , ft, to 46 H JauBat,aono ot.tU.cra had eror loved, calls Central Office; four is your call. says? she too lost interest, and stopped a aw rboy mia they never would;" When some onis using tuo wire, the superintending it, except ou occasions But whether tht-- wouldn't. batnmer will fiv back, and one tap of her own. thoy coiridu'tjmw, - Or whether Or their mothers said they shoublnX We would all bo sitting-imeans the lino 'is free- again. Aud, tho library, The world will never know. Missy painting, Jane. an and I readabove all, don't shout." This was delightful; we now felt .ve ing. Avritiug, studying. Aunty nodding The passenjrors were all on board, The TC5el cot un steam. had a link withCthe oufer world. VVre over a book. Lulu restlessly 'skimming x'jnd,lloutl down tho river, like sat up late that niht discussing it. So a novel, with the kitten on horshouldor, .imr uu ?vim'iuiuj ui uumuiu, nice in case of sadden illness or fire, or when ircuy.gir cauie tip ou uecK. ind near the railing fctood: if we had unexpected company and "That's four, surely," savs Nan. She never loved ft fellow-maLulu springs up anil Hies to the telewanted somethin"' from tho confec.And said the never would; ' ' Bui whether she couldn't, tioner's in a hurrv "They'd never cot phone, and a conversation something . Or whether she wouldn't. s j, it hero in time? put in Lulu, who like this ensues: Or her father Mid she shouldn't, $ ! seemed bulkyor to invite any one we Lulu. "Hello! Who is it?" The world, will never know. might want unexpectedly. All the time The nine youm? Wn stood in a toftt. we were talking we were interrupted at Lulu. 'Yos. He careful." tacn iryiag uot to Mare, ''""St a t . . Tho lady looked embarrassed, and" intervals bv the sharp tap of the bell, ' They offered her a chair. and we would stop and couut eagerly, Lulu. 'O no! I forgot" The nine jouiiff swells were very rich, hoping for our number; but four never And it was understood (Long scntonce from tho in- That each, of them could marry came, and wo would begin to talk audiblo sender.) fcrv oaicver pi ri lie wou ia : LtfLU (doubtfHUy). "I dontknow." again, when "Hark!" someone would But whether he couldn't. , sa-2E3 ssb Thfl PTiftlrmnTi floiirifliv - V V '.i uiougn x aon t know have done without it." ffhat 1 should hor-peratel- The Cuckoo. .i1?11'3 fa(ic C,Uns &' thlcivor FAB3I AND FIRESIBE. Minoy that Nobody Orfnst Stony with d,- Lu" lu"VO,CE' "But r dcw - nt -- ln-p- cay. y "My own ing, you have acknowledged that v ar l,wn mo: . if yon do, uot all theundyin" en umy of all the old wonion itl Jie worh I can Keep us apart. Our lovo will brulgo the-- Dvke " down tho receiver in a snrt.inn frenzv. 'does a SoiucrindvL-r.mi-- a &..... . love to one of niv daughters'" n --- ;'0!" gasped mother. Mother (m a very torn tone). "No." The Voice. "What!" shrieked tni..... i:rr;.,.r 1 "lap-tap-tap-tap- ." n. . " 1 ir- - fi -- J J f & f- Lulu. "Perhaps not." would go tho bell. "Ting-ting,- " a pause, anqithc same thing reSo thiug-- went on a usual. peated: silence for awhile; conversation Lulu, (emplialically). "0, uo! InThe weather soon crew thlcV, tolephone. resumed; then, wittia suddenness which deed, not" Ttl? ,l,ntt "ounjf men were gallant, "Lulu!" began mother, in an awful pretty girl was sick; The made us jump, onfsharp stroke. . (Lonjj pause) She certainly was chawninjr. "Ah, the line isjylear," said Missy, Lulu. "Woll, perhaps. I shall be tone. But before Lulu had timo to be When they broujrtat her dainty food. frightened, or even to blush, the front with an air of soperior wisdom, and here." "I'd eat It all now really - .And truly If I could;'r , door opened,, and handiome ,irank Lulu laughed. TBy seemed busy ihat ' Butwhother she couldn't, ? , Somerindyko stood before in. evening. Wo &&? late, but the lSttlc Lulu. ;At the tolephone." Or whether she wouldn't, "Madam, '' he began, bravely adbell kept ty its rapid strokes, and the Or her stomaHi said she shouldn't. The world will never know. last sounn" wo heard as wo went laughvancing, hat in hand, with thought of Lulu. ing ani chattering up to bed was the youth, truth and courage in Ids big The nine younj; men came up on lo. Bach in his Sunday olo'o. blue eyes, "I have said to you what I siugle stroke which denoted tho close Lulu. "Four o'clock." . And went abaft tho of uJong conversation "2;l" had been acknowledge 1 ought new to have In order to propose; homing with some one. Tho lady had no proferonee. said to your daughter without your Lulu. "Yos. Good-by.- " , But said that.if she eould, Ve afterward found out that "23" Lulu, blushing rather more leave: but I will s"tand byt- - I love fche'd murry every one or them. lw?r with all my hoart. andjnlea'e God, iras Dyke House. That night we could than usual. But it wasn't any smodf But whether .he couldn't. hardly sleop fof thinking of our new "Who wore you talking to?" inquiros lean make her happy if Y2g W'H "rt Or whether she wouldn't. rdon if I inmate; it seemed like a sort of friendly Nan, with more curiosity than correct- hor to mo. I bog your Or that custom said site shouklu't, Apple and Other Tres on Wot Laud. have said wiiat was unbecoming to you; live thing, aud we almost regretted ness. The world will never fcnow. down-stair- s and 1 think if you will foave ,ue aml having ftf leave it alone in Signs of embarrassment on Lulu's Referring to the contribution of a VV"4ady,askid the Captalii'libw " tho dark. Indeed, auntie uggestod face. The kitten, on an unauthorized sav yes. Lulu will, too." MieeverTSlioifld'dcclde? corresiwndent in a late issue, deseril)-inSaid lie: "The love of these young men leaving the staircase lamp burning, but exploring expedition on the mantel"Indeed I will." said Luta. spring-arms- , the healthy condition of the fruit - Should certainly be tried. when niotlior rather sharply asketl her piece, slips, snatches frantically with inw lo him. nnd nestling inlflls trees at Tolono, 111., and the coaatrv So. when they all were present. "What for?" sho did not answer. Hut all its eighteen claws at the mantel We all stood eagerly gaffig. we had She fell Into tho sea, east from that place to Danville, III Antleljrht of them jumped after hr,' Ke knew, and .shared her feeling, Jane scarf. thirty-bi- x Crash! dost ruction! All our never seen a love scene bcfSro, UOftIt miles, hs being more' than . ' a! weening Ihc ninth oh where was he? Telegraph. and I, though Lulu went into a fit of thoughts are turned another way, and nn tlin stanro. Mini tilintV woe half under water where he passodorer Now whether he couldn't dump). Or whether he wouldn't iswiim. laughter which .necessitated her sitting Nan s question remains unanswered. with sympathy and exoitoiiignt. Mother I am able to report from personal in Or the Captain said hethouldn't (try). down second step from the top, We wore becoming, as I said, more was taken by surprise, tojshf'd, softapectioit made within the month, that Ihislish Synonrnis. The world will never know. where wc left her in the dark. She content, though aunty eould never ened. She thought of Frask s words: the oldest, largest, most lienithv ami rdnco. fairly out of the water, sbo anil The copiousness of the English fruitful apple trees there thought sho would stay, she said, to get over her nervous tremors at "Our love will bridge are "to be "jant tip to hlin, and said: t keep the telephone company. She was the running fire of " found in the lowest portions. Only a to the bitterness of years d'od away in an tongue, as well as the difficulty of rDear sir, you are a solid man. the ability to use its immense mile or two east of Tolono, and w&hia a imcer child. Jane and I "lay awake which we wore subjected. She always instant, her own fine humor coming And ha e n level head : So. without furtli'T rmrfcr. a long time talkiug about the telephone thought it was our call could not tell out as her great heart wa?wl toward vocabulary correctly,- is well exhibited pNtol Phot distance of the Wabash Or hint of rail in the following array of synonymous aud the wonders of science, until, twonty-thre- e rami, on a piece of low. Hat prairie from four, or even two the pair of happy, naughtohildren. I ajrree to marry you, sir. For you have common onse," possessed with the idea that we from one. and a call at a late hour of land, is a small orchard where 1 found she said at. last, "a? words, which, if not new, is yet a cap"I suppoH." So her father said he couldn't. heard the bell, we got out of bed and the evening ent her sleepless to bed. you remarked to mo justSSnow, you ital illustration of the niee distinctions .water had stood between the trees And her mother said ehe wouldn't. went tiptoeing to the top of the stairs. One night we had retired very early, would lik- - to hear ni swed voice say, whieh characterize so many of voca- the vegetation had been drowned until And the Caput in said he shouldn't ' and bles. It is no wonder that we slip oclief use to jrivo consnt. At the foot we saw another light and after a fatiguing day. Jane and "f, 'Yes.' so 1 sav it." rotted, and still the trees wero verv g From "Octr Ike SHMmer Sta." another eager face aunty's. "O, my a"ftor working very hard, were wakeful, And just then the toldflone bel) casionally, even the wariest of us. A ,'ieavily ladon withfair large frnit, had dear-5.she said, "I--- I thought I heard but we fell asleep at last, to wake some rn,,,, Mia II. CMdvkk, fa llnrpcr's little girl was looking at the picture ol good wood growth, anfl bore full OUR TELEPHONE. a number of ships, when she exclaimed i tho telephone 'call.' " 1 hours later to the dazed consciousness Bavir. anil healthy foliage. Ten miles furthei V Wo were 'See what a Hock of ships:" We corXet morning came the important of a hideous uproar. We clutched each east, on the east side of anions the first in Deem-lirected her by saying thata Hock of shin- the Vermillion. 1 foundthe salt fork ol An Indian' lilr!. to have one. Mother thought it would moment. Mother had decided to do other nervously. old orchards is called a fleet, and that a fleet of sheen plaute1 thirty the useful and sixty years a'o "o aunty to us, a household of wo- - camemarketing by telephone. Missy "I saw a liglit." said Jane. down, and "with a relloction of She was not too tall and was linoly is called a flock. And here we would The trees were large and aged, mit men;" "I hoard a noise," said I. thought It would be "as We did indeed. Wo sprang up and formed, though want of food had a Id, for tho benefit of the foreignor healthy and laden with fruit, and good as a man in the house, and not mother's stateliness took her place at The telephone bell marred the once round contour of her who is mastering the intricacies ofut rivalled in size and grandeur tat naif the trouble." We girls agreed the transmitter. Jane, Xau and I rushed down-stair, Auntie was ringing furiously, viciously, first young and shapely limbs. Her hair language in respect to nouns of r "with the higher powers, of course,"with crowded around gigantie ami venerable burr oaks, r t he additional reflection that it would hovered nervously in the background; one number, then another, thon all to- was long and of a"r!clr, puqilish black. that a Hock of girls is called a blaek walnuts, blue ashes, water olias, save us many a wet, windv, or warm to her the thing had something un- gether, a ceaseless string of taps. Her eyes were large, lustrous, full of hew, that a bevy of wolves is called a hackbenies, bitter-nu- t hickories, ami pack, and that a paok of thieves is other trees common to deep, rich , walk after forgotten trillei. whieh in canny. Her feolings had undergone a .Mother, in ample white robes, like nature's lire and brightness. Here eyecalled a gang, and that a gang ol moist soils, their near neighbors and our housekeeping were not few. Only change since tlte previous night. Not Histori as Lady Macbeth, was there be- brows wore dark a her hair and and Lulu laughed and laughed again, break- - for worlds would she have been alone fore up. "Where is Luhi?" she de arched. Her lips were fnI and angels is called a host, anil a hot ot companions for years. It occurred tc with it in the dark. of a vivid red. Her leotb, like tboc jjorpoises is called a shoal, aud a shoal me if forest trees of the number and manded. Ming at intervals into ecstatic chuckles, Wo looked . around. Miy, Nan, of most Indians, were bountifully reg- of buffaloes is called x herd, and a herd variety named, a jwrtion of which nud picturing mother and aunty with a "Call the Central office." said mother. ..vocabulary of telephone slang, callinw (She could never be iuducod to sav, Jane and I, with and without slippors, ular and brilliantly white, though tooth- of children is called a troop, and a furnish the most valuable timber, make - out, "Hello! hello! do yon get it?" etc! "Ring up Central Office.") Missy rung some in shawls, some in wrappers, brush had never touched thni. They troop of partridges is called a covcv, M large and healthy- development ob seemed, however, like all Iutliaa teeth", and a covey of beauties is called a gal. "You're just im iting the world, the twico and listened, the receiver'at her were there. Aunty, in her red land alw ivs moist, and half the veat rapper, galaxy F flesh and the devil into Spinsters' Snu"- ear. Presently her face brightened; over her night-ca-a silk ahandkerchief tied to have been made to oat raw 4esh. 1 axy, and aand a of ruffians is called with their roots under water, it would shawl over all, cannot better describe the apiwaranct a horde, horde of rubbish is not be strange if apple trees were snited Harbor." she said a remark whicJi she heard something: "Hello!" she horrified aunty, whd s:aid she had no said. "Is that Central Office? This is crouched on the lower step, shaking of Indian teeth. Her cheeks and her called a heap, and a heap of oxen is lo the same oil and water conditions. r idea one would bo obliged to use such Macartney of Dannemora." She lis- more with fear than cold. forohoal were touched with tlie ver- called a drove, and a drovo of black- At any rate, I found the largest, health. The unearthly racket wont on. "Call milion dye the squaws use for teo pur- guards is called a mob, and a mob of iost and most fruitful trees, wore in language. Hut mother did not hesitate, tened again. "What?" sho said, with declaring in her stately wav that she a puzzled face. "I don't hear." A Lulu," repeated mother. pose of iKsrsonal adornment; fir they, whales is called a school, and a school Lulu came, rosy with sleop, and vory too, like too many of their whitsisters. of worshipers is called a .congregation, should leave all personal contact with pause. "Hello," said Alissy. Pause when nuutv endeavor to improve upon nature. Her and a congregation of engineers U average share of the overflow and rain"Hol- crosj. uothor: slie . the thing to tisffrls: whnt she thought again; the bell rang furiously'. gasped out, "Fire!"' matted hair fell in long said Mi5 and called a corps, xnd a corps of robbers fall. ui was 111c convenience aud-llisafety. lo So it was decidcnl, and the man came "I inist upon knowing what this inextricable tangles; it was viriin of a is called a band, and a band of locusts King again," said mother. But in those portions of Champaign She hoked like a teavnge is called a swarm, and a swarm of peocomb. on Saturday to put the wire up. There This went on for ten minutes, mother means," said mother. and Vermillion counties, as well 'a-- . ple is called a crowd, anil a crowd of others visited at other times, the small was some as to whether we directing. Misv jringinir, helloing, . "Hello!" said Lulu U the transmitter. edition of a head I have seeu should have a IcH which sltochl rinp getting red in the tface, and losing her "Whom do you want? What is it? Who Julian's crayon studies. 4 Her gentlemen is called the elite, and tho or large orchards crowning the elevaditxky arms were bare. A fasv nrass elite of the city's thieves and rascals is tions near or romoto from the farm only our own call, or one of the lass dignity, with no result. At last the are you? ones which sounded the call of hammer Hew back, thu line was blocked, Tie ringing went on fast antl furious rings ornamented her wrists. Hot dress called the roughs. San Francisco ho lses. were in a latge majority ol a string of fours, a string of twenty- -' was composed of two reel angular piece News Let'er. every one on the line. The latter was and wondering aud impatient, we sat eaes in an unhealthy aud barren state, I he trees linallj decided upon. Jt would be down to our work, listening for the threes and twos, and then a hundred at of a dark and coar c woolen MuR borhaving a sparse, unhealthy "company," aunty thought, to hear the single tap. When it came, we all least at a breath. dered with red; the latter is a favorite foliage, or so nearly deprived ol An Arctic Son:r-BIi- l. ; j "little musical "Perhaps some children have got color of Indians. These jeces wero if, as to suggest the epithet tinkle: and, after all, started up, but Missy to be left ol It has often been remarked that there "bald headed. there weie only seven subscribers on aloue with it - as if it had been a corpse hold of it," suggested Luhi, sulkilv. joined at one end, a place being left Indeed, half the .. , each line. Mother, with a dignity and wc sat down again. Then enLuiiiiren: at two o'clocx a. in.." open for the head to pass through. A fc no music in nature's nolitudes of ice. orchards in the black so counties ol which forbade all suspicion of curiosity, sued fifteen minutes more of ringing saiil mother, in a withering tone. Illinois are iu a condition well depioco of buckskin bound them about Mr. W. II. Colder, who accompanied inquired" who the other subscribers and holloing, with no success. "Do "Perhaps our house is on lire," said her waist. Her feet wero small and the sledge expedition of 1871) through scribed as "bald headed." Mr. Whitwere. let me try," ventured Xan, the boldest Missy, "ami they are ringing to warn well formed, but truth compels me to Great Fish River and Hayes River re- ney, the well kuown orchardist ol Grove, 111., was partly right "The Ormcs," the man said, "and of us, except Lulu, and Missy gave us." confess that they were thickly encrusted gions, alludes with some feeling to the "Go and see," said mother. thecytons and Drakes were all, so place to her unwillingly. Ten minutes' with the yollow mud of the Cienoga. one little scrap of living song that he anil partly wrong, when he said, as le Van and Lulu started on a round The nearest approach to a washing met there, and the struggle it cost him ported by a contemporary: "Unless tl.i . far; But he was to to Dvke Houco cm of tmavailinir efforts on Nan's part re Monday tojsee "about it. They had not. sulted in disgust and impatience. Jane, through the cellars. Jane ami I went they cvor made was when her path lay 10 lay violent hands on the only specios farmers of the.Wost commence to plant tried in vain. Mother grew angry round the house outside looking for a across a brook which siie had to ford. of Arctic creature that has a tuneful orchards of varieties of apples whicl t jetettledon it.' All ttsu nnlni ciill have proved hardy and reliable, it will We girls exchanged glances. Lulu, and put on her bonnet to go to market. rliiri ..It.. I... Her hands, alas' were covered with dirt voice I shot two of an apparently distinct not be long before we shall experience kl .who was sitting ou the lowest step of Auntie was alarmed and retired to her dark: the unseen surf scarcely hissed as ' and clay, for it w;as rav poor little nothe staircase, chuckled with fun and room, where she faltered, half in and it slid oft" the rocks, which" it struck ' heroine 3 daily labor to dig up the species of snipe (he says), to preserve an apple famine in this country." In " ...1 this hu is ri;It, so far as the decay and mischief; motherMrew herself up and half out of the door, anxious to hear, i..:k ., unit; vc'ivciv thud. Wo re-- 1 pawn, or Navaio potato, with her vouti" their skins for the Smithsonian Institutiitii i ' death of tho average orchad is cou , concluded the conversation. Wc all yet afraid to be too close. "It miht entered the house: tho telephone was lingers. I should have .hesitated to tion Collection. One of them was I by n sweet, simple song, corned, but wronjr. in respect to the felt it a sort of triumph that our tele- - explode," we heard her murmur. Tn'en still ringing furiously, uneciisinrriv icnu ner my cioaK or my snawi 11 1 m- - phone should have been put in first. I tried. 1 thought I was cooler than Mother had "placed hoVsolf on the sofa tentieii to wear 11 again. Aim 11 1 were somewhat similar to the. lark's, its sil- question ot varieties anu location, loi . . There was a hitter feud, the others, who were red and excited. with the air of one who means to stay. compelled to don it again after she had very tones guishing forth a if in per- I can show him Haldwins nnd othet inS a"d deadly, a sort of Montague and and beginning to accuse each other of Aunty had retreated to the top ste'p, worn it. I should cause it to do duty for fect ecstasy of enjoyment of sunshine supposed tender varieties, aged frorr. Capiflet affair, between the Macartnov not doing it right. So I advanced with where she sat with an eye on the open some days as a horse cloth first. This. ami air; at the same time rising and twenty five to thirty years, withaspread of more than two rolls of limb on each of Danncmor. and the Somerindvkosj easy confidence, rang twice and door of hor room. In" a voice faint I have learned from old frontiersmen. poising itself upon its wings. ; 01 uio j;yne, beginning, of course, in a listened. 'There was a sound as of tiie with terror she reiterated hor bplief in from Mexican scouts, guides, etc., re It seemed almost inhuman to kill tho side, healthy, vigorous and bending nn uispuic over property in old davswhen distant sea, and presently a smothored supernatural agency. Wo all sat down. moves tho unpleasant consequences of sweet little songster, particularly as it tier enormous loads of fair fruit, but in the families had intermarried, and whioli came on my For an hour, one dreary hour of a bitter Indian wear The perfume of the wild was the only creature I saw in the Arc-ti- e every case, with their feet in tho mud, that uttered a pleasant note. All just as sure as their heads or top are in judicious litigation, to our vorj and made me jump. November night, wo sa't and listened to red rose was not remarkably agreeable. time, in tho shape of a dispute over a "Aow what's the matter?" said Missy, that awful bell. Then it died awav Judged from a dancing school point ot other sounds wero such as the scream the sky. The Baldwin tree, bearing perfectly worthless piece of land -- a crossly. gradually, with a few spasmodic taps. view, herstep was not graceful. Like all of the hawk and the gull, the quack ol the best of all apples, seems to do best mere rocky gully widen divided the "This settles it," said mother: "to- Indians and other untutored children tho duck, the yell of the wolf, the where such noble timber trees, as the ".Nothing, aid J, indignantly. two estates. In our early years there "Hello!" Raid a voice m my ear at morrow wc get one of the other bells, of nature, she turned out hor heels and "oofT," "ooff!""oi the walrus, or the blue ash, the burr oak and blackwal jiuts thrive, very naturally, too, fot a rottehbridjreoverthaDvkt' which only repeats our own call."' the same instant turned in her toes. lite United Servire. bark of the eenl all harsh and i which a fearful fascination save the tones of this sweet lit- birds of afcatherllocktowotlierwhethei Wo crept upstairs cold and eros, and "Eh? O, hello!" I cried to the trans- led us to prefer as a playground to many prettier mitter. tle singer. Nothing but starvation or tho feathers aro worth thoir weight in just as wo closed our doors a final lap Immigration Statistics. scientific research could justify tha gold or lead. Country Gentleman. made us all start. ftfta!-- ' And there had taken place the voice again. "Nothing?" slaughter of one of these innocent. 'meetings, more or les clandestine, for "Good-bv.- " Tho new bell was put in next day, The Washington bureau of statistics Sleep. M I . the nurposc of nlavintr ipL-- " I believe I shut my eyes when I pulled ,i mother superintending the operation has issued a statement showing that a ue roaring recommenced. 1 rang tho trigger of my giiu. and I know my uothcr innocent games oiththeonehoiisj muoh'interest, making many in- the number of with I think tho intellectunl and moral immigrants arriving in heart gave a regretful thump when I and heir of Dyke House. Hut thelhello. despairingly, and heard a faint quiries, and finally with groat dignity Hut it was no use. As I berati the I'nitcd States during the month of heard tho thud of its poor bleeding connections of sleeping have not beer bridge nan lonir since Liil.-- ilnw. tp talk again. Mrs. Orme's Mifiioiontly appreciated. Men and bos unmistak- - i 'ending the first message. We were August was .1.1,148, against 3?, 338 in body on tho ffrlltiHltkltSA rrnilllll " Somerindyko was awar over! able Lulu especially v; shrill tones informed me faintly all mueh moved. a'" have been praised for "burning the August of last year a decrease of Search. cul" "c nan grown un lo t he fnmn.. that, "Mr. Orin. had gone to m-watched her with a startled face and 1.1.01 per. cent. The number of armidnight oil!."' Now, this "midnight enmity, and the Dyke wa eroded onlv " Thu line was occupied. 1 looked unaccountably grave. Indeed, rivals for the eight months ending with il" is a delusion and a snaro. The Jby warlike glances. Ilihci'imt'oii 0: Repflf.s. gave- up in despair: was met by slieers; wc soon noticed a change in the child. August was 310,583, against 403, 1.18 for student who is fat asleep at eleeu 1 ne man was to come on Monday recriminations followed; All that day and the next she was very the corresponding' period last year a Charles C. Abbott, writing in Science, :' clock every night and wide awake at morning to put up the instrument in Missy flounced: ensued; tears closed aunty gently her nervoiw, red and palo by turns, anil decrease of 1G.G2 per cent. Thismarked asserts that the hibernation of ropttlos ?evcu o'clock every morning, is going tr the hall. Hying lo the telephone every second, falling off in immigration is oneol the door. nries much according to the severity surpass another student of the same in Lulu continued Lmrianlf..!.,.! ! .i calls. Two ' J ut tlion Lulu enUn-- , turtles take kjlleotual ability, who goes to bed after .,.! JU.i roy and imagining continual would not gomore indications of the business-depressiof.'thalnU5iv-'&Ian- y' . iu iiiiHiuee mom riinn out, from which the country is suffering, refuge in the deep holes of ponds, and Uvelvo and arises before live. In sleep, radiant from a walk on the cliff in tlm days passed. Lulu knows where J 3lLbl"Ml!?red sharp October wind. For a wouder site though mother told her, as she had now and from which there are few sfans of Doctor Abbott asserts that, in the sc the plate on which the picture is to bo wKwimitum ner sunt iav-s- r 'nnM hn.., .it.i . Diliuiiuui, muii at US, i...t spuh.e ju un- - I learned to uso the telephone, we were immediate recovery. When times arc vcrest cold weather, he has caught tho aken is receiving its chemical .' until at last on a Suudav mnrmmr independent of her. Lulu "did not care dull and wages unsatisfactory anil many snapping turtle, tho musk turtle and and it is plain that that which v entle tones, wheiushemformwl us that ihe church go out," sho said. She took a book men are out of employment 'What! going un to town, mother? in the tho box mud turtle in dcop holes and s the best prepared will take the best bells were -nn!nur m nn" mnii.n'. Why aud sat in the hall, but no one saw her United , ; dou'tyou use iuuuiui springs that "i'i not long - mo. "om was to Oomatr not another word "No one seems tothe telephone?" said read. She could scarcely eat her meals crossing States, the news is hundreds about largelovel ground. discharge their picture. who are the fastest asleep when sierniy how," the Atlantic. The Jlen waters on know said about c for Hying up to listen at the telephone. of thousands already here, who have aones raother, very stiffly. As fish have been found partly eaten Jiey are asleep, are tho widest awake . . Clin io3 ref fm !n rim lis'1VI1U.L. iafc .Ill Ilia lllHVnl ..... il left friends and relatives behind Docj.ci mo try." said Lulu, blushing a when they aro awake. when taken in nets in dropped, though I think in l.er heart of """'""T waiS tor Abbott concludes that tho snapper little. "I used to try it up at Kate's the last to go to bed. bhe grew palo 1 1 Great workers must be great resters. ' JJS111" '"oiuer ieit that she had added list summer." ltl Willi y Mfraincf immnrliofn vnA Every man who has clerks in his takes an occasional meal. At the same one more cause of nrlde to the list of night nrevs tmon her." tiwr currant of immigration " anu J". ?""? t,t-il-. "That awful Wo forgot onr"aniniosities. and foltho species to know wliat their sleepthe r""":; ought is time, lie does not deny that rj ; .her triumphs over "Mrs. Somerindvkc, lowed her to aunty. theinstrument. She rang; said the "fifth day mother sent her out Besides, accounts of the state of trade found active in winter hibernate under ing habits are. The young man who On U i ,Jbcfore whose envions eyes, ,as she sat there was an instant response. Sho on an errand. Lulu, usually so glad of and industry are printed in the news- certain conditions, and that tho other s up till two, three and four o'clock in her lonely pew, she week by week ,n tho morning, Conversed with e9B and must put oven one she an excuse to go out, tried to shirk it; papers, and peoplo contemplating re- species of turtle hibernate. her live blooming daughters asked for, moval to America govern themselves Snakes which live in water do not in his appearance at the bank or once, however, this amiable hy with and bade the last one K00'1" e . gged o1. For davs she had lost accordingly. ten But while this is true, sleep so deep a winter sleep as do the or the storo or nine at triumph was not complete; the lady of a favorite air of a princess dismissing Vn ?" n,cr, pretty blushes, but she now undoubtedly the strongest pa?e fmn, nn audience. in black snake and others which frequent o'clock and work nil day, can not repc t force all looked with respect upon her, and blushed furiously. Mother was iulle.x- - checking immigration is tho one first the uplands. v rustled" aud this process many days without a cerilnttered up the aisle, a she blushed, ible, and Lulu went. mentioned. Private advices aro more as was her habit she was true water suakc (Tropidonotua tain shakiness eomipg'into his system, The handsome, manly head apucared above so About half an hour after she left tho trusted in such matters than newspaper eipedon) may often be found in water a whieh he will endeavor to steady by pretty whenshe blushed and modthe high pew door, and" scanned us estly tele- telephone bell rang. Mother rose in statements. oflcred to take charge of our foot or two "beneath the sand of any some delusive itimulus. It is in this who merry onto eyes. her peculiarly dignified way and went The above statement young mere was some subdued excitement phonic communications with the outer to the instrument. This was a novelty the whole nnmhnr if docs not show spring hole, and is not slow to swim off way that many alie need man begins his a r, not necessariamong us; we noticed an additional world. when thus disturbed. This species and course to ruin, I certainlv E,ii nt bother with to us, so wc all followed her; and as I rived during the different ncrio& The tho common garter snake aro tho first ly have been in bad company. He has 6iiau of pink in Luln's edipt-n.i -- - -lhave since learned lost his sleep, and losing sleep is losing . "u umuuei am veu, uuring the neriod to appear in the spring. though when standing up she kept her uV'saidMissv "Nor I said- vwn- - Jane aud I said then heard, I will put it down here m of eight months was 47.07 this The upland snakes may be literally strength and grace. eyes strictly at home, we surprised, . ... - Ui nnmUr "ghtp ice: Here is an outline of the history of n some furtive glances across the aisle nothing, butlooKed agreement. !!: broken into pieces without giving evi"Hello!" said mother, gently. What tun ted- "from a"b A "very well," fiothcr. "It may is it?" were dence of life, so thoroughly torpid are suicide within my own knowledge. ." bf fqrf jske disappeared into a corner of keep you aliens not intending to"'" 0,014in the they. young mau, a stranger in New York, Jn the house more." remain me. pan, green-imcbox which wo "Is that Macartney of Dannemora?" country. Of the immigrants. Germany Luln blushwi Aunfy said Toads and tree frogs, terrestrial and in a good situation, in a large boarding-called our pew. " Raid a voice. nothing, Slio ..' orlin still continues to contribute the lircest rboreal animals, aro more sensitive to house has pleasant younr compan iinW dvm We recollected some "sweetliearting'.' "Yes," said mother. number. The arrivals from there in 5old than tho water living frogs and ions; spends his evenings out; goes to which had taken place years before, at bear the mvsterm..Q sounds conveyed - fiTW it- mnn .. Tn nia.k rtnr x August were 10 C01, against l8,S6S in jalsmantler. midnight parlies from e'even to &evcn; me J.r..TV,&. ur in age when sweetmeats were as im- - was afraid toreesi Ver uutaspiauuy just wanted to hear your sweet voice August, 1883. Lngland and Wales Irogs atthecommenccmcutof winter his nerves become disturbed then a , portant as love affairs, and we laughed ' darling! i love The arntnoatn in little bottoms of ponds and a little among ourselves, but" we and peace. afi ?". .as satisfactory, ' say 'Yes,' youalways dreamingthe word,- agaiust the next largest number-5,6- 63, dur- etreat to thesalamauders, to tho mud little drink; adrink; mistake from busiC.S10 in August last year of hearemness, another Lulu because I'm reproof jeep ditches; did not mention the Somerindykes be Btaidmore ployer, more drink- more nitila-iusat homo and mother was mg you ' say it to a more important ing the eight months Germany Jcntus it tne bottom of springs. fore raother or auntyj and little Miss oeiier satLst'0,1 , 117,772 against 125,987 during nimclmn - ,H ltoivu UUVOVtU. All the kinds of trog3 and three loss of situation no help from frivothe corLulu, though the youngest, had a way customed continual Signs of astonishment and horror on responding period last year. Enand jpecies of salamanders have been found lous companions; money all gone; then toave an almost bored of beig Jet alone, so no allusion was only sent us 35.402 aiinst m a hogshead sunk in the ground to sredit all gone; then turned out ot tho us, mother's face. It saidefoherblushes. AndBextmorniDg, elder ones, The Voice. "You never will meet 55,529 last year, while Ireland sent us ollect the water of a spring. They boarding-house- ; wandors in the street; mir books and our the isterdict being raised, we begaa studies, to watching and me anywhere, and I can't ask you to 45,174. against 52,317 last year -C- M- were sluggish, but not actually hiber mortification; desperation; shoots cala to talk telephone. The maa but restless aarry me. through this old telephone, : cago Times, Journal of Health. lating.j 1 Or whether he wouldn't, Or tho lady said he shouldn't, The world will nover know. s and , .The Voice "(to iWwAo with great presence of mind vi matchctl the receiver its i'.fdl and danped it to her ear). "The mischief! What have 1 done? It's tho old lady!" The wildest consternation prevailed. Of course, at the moment, all this was Greek to us, as wo had only heard mother s fragmentary ejaculations, and seen her face of wrath. .Mother cried out for Lulu; she raved; she stormed. Bit by bit wo pieced the story together Frank Somerindyko had been making lovo to Lulu through the telephone! We had a mauvais quart d'heure before Lulu came in, breathless, panting, by the back door. No wonder the child was so eager to get back to the ' . I . "To-morro- wheel-house- Kc-ent- " " The cr.okoo is one of the most popular of birds. For one thing it is the herald of spring, and for another thore is a joyousne,s in its crv that is very attractive. It is not, however, by any means a favorite with other birds. They look upon it suspiciously, much as country folk regard a gvpsy. Fortunately for cuckoos the memories of little birds must be very defectire.or it is probable that when the murderer of a family reappeared on the scene of his crime thore would bo a popular riot, aud the mob of hedge spnrrows, linnets, titlarks and finches would hnch the villain, or try to Nor could" its fate meet with much sympathy. Yot with regard to one bird, tho hoiiso sparrow, a certain measure of condonation might bo extended to any cuckoo who might play oft its confidence trick upon that noisy rogue. The spnrrow, as we have already said, forfeits to some eMent its claims upon public regard by a shameless neglect of its dutios. The town cat, moreover, does not eat, since she cannot catch it. Uainpipes, lamp posts :are not convenient hunting grounds for cats, and the wily sparrow takes tho greatest possible care to build its nest in positions woll o.it of Grimalki-i'reach, and their lives aro exceptionally free from the usual sparrow enros. Even when they speciously protend to revert to rustic habits, and go and construct their untidy habitations among the trees in tho parks and gardens'. they are secured from molestation, so that their lot may fairly bo called a happy one. Indeed, almost too happy for siiah a world of cares as ours, "so that a. little occasional tribulation in the matter of cuckoos would not lie altogether unwholesome for them. Wo could easily spare a few sparrows. Still the chance - aro that this extremely wide awake little bird would not lie such a fool as to take a cuckoo into its confidence; nor. were one foiste I upon it, develop sufficient industry to feed the strange thing. They begin to shift for themselves early in life, the clever little town birds, and the odds are that if a hulking hobbledehoy of a cuckoo kept on sitting in the nest and gapin for food to be put into its great mouth longer than the sparrows thought riht and proper, they would coolTygo'o.f and leave the overgrown wretch to gape alone until it was star veil. Ion-dis m Never put a hot iron directly xpon There are, it scorns, San njxn rrn 9ilK it takes the life out of it. in Feeding swine to produce fat at securities and money in the treasury of the United States that no nm rinfma the expense of everything else is poor In times gone by sundry persons have policy. nought government se'eurities which A well drained farm is said to im- they have prove the health of domostic animals stroyed; lost or which have been dehence th'o twenty millions of that live upon it. unclaimed bonds in the treasury. There fence should not be stretched me savings banka in New York which tH) tightly. The contraction of the have in their vaults large sums iron in "cold weather breaks' many never be claimed. They belon- that will to poor Hires. -- Cincinnati Times. people who died, or that have moved Froneh Pic Crust: One pound o5 away, or have forgotten they had ever flour, any money in the bank. There is suppound of butter, pound of lard, three fourths posed to be bowq SSQ.OOO.OOO of unpint of water, stir with a knife. loUdo claimed money in banks and trust comBlade. panies throughout the country which is Rancid butter may be made better to tho heirs forever. 'Donorest" s by washing it first through water in Monthly. which lime has been slacked, then' o . through brine and repacking it. Troy Somebody has discovered that Titnes. the Indian farmers on Pyramid Lake, Pack vegetables for winter keep- Nevada, thresh their wheat bv hand ing in sand. Shriveled turnips were winnow it in baskets, just the same and as restored to natural firmness aud ooior the Ugyptians did 3.000 years ago. by burying in the garden. Albany iro five cents for a Tna barbcr'j had quarters Twenty hair-cu-- t. Boston Courier. ,nochu-Palha- . Oulote complete cure, all nnnoylng Kidney and Urinary Diseases. 51-- Curo for hoarseness and weak longs. Public speakers and singers ase Piso'a Words of Warning: If you aro suffering irom poor health or JanBuMiirfg on a fcod of elctnesi tako chet you It you are simply ailing or ir weak and dispirited, 'without ciearly know 'In why. Uop Bitters will surely cure you. feel a& Comfort. - one-fourt- h one-four- th If you aro a minister, and have overtaxed yourself with yoor pastoral duties, or a mother, worn out with care and work, nr a man of business or labor, weakened by the strain of your everyday duties, or a man of letters tolling over your inWnirht work. Hop Wttera will most surely strengthen you. g or If you are suffering from drinking, any indiscretion or dissipation, or are young and growing too f a3t, as Is of tea the case, "Or if you aro in the workshop, on tha Xaruo. at the dusk, anywhere, and feel g, that your system neds cleansing-r stimulating, without intoilcat-Inr- . ir you are old. tb'ood thin and lropuro. pulso nerves unsteady, t acuities . , waning. Hop Miters Is what you need ta vigor." 'give j ou now lue, health and If you are costive, or dyspcptlo or '.buHt-ln-fran other of tho nume.ous.d' eases of the stomal or bowels, it Is your own fault if you remain ill. If you are waning away with any form stop tempting death this of Kidney moment, and turn for a curo to Hop Bitters. If you are sick with that terriblo sickness, Nervensness. you will find a "Balm over-eatin- , toa-'in- The eagerness with which cattle and sheep see'e shade from the midsummer san. should lead us to plant shade trees and otherwise to provide vholter for t'.iom in the fields. Hay water is a great sweetener ol tin. wooden and irou ware. In Irish dairiei everything used for milk is scalded with Boil n landfill of hay in water and put ia the vessel wnou hot. Rye itraw may be used with adv auijipu in piueu 01 twine or wire for tying grape-vineto the stake or trolVs The advantages are that it is cheater, and does not injure the vines as twfue or wire is apt to do. Ar. Y. EjcamiHfr. A very little eream of tartar in the frosting of a cake will hasten the hardening process. If the knife is often dipped into water while spreading the frosting, it will give a gloss or pefej, greatly to be desired. Albany Jeurml. hay-wate- Jour 11 '. America:. wmen nro sal 1 to bo tho most clever, active and energetic to bo found; and well they need to Le, consider-- i g the enormous demands mntio upon thnj by modern school?, housekeeping ani bociety. lire. Lydia E. rinkuara, in preparing her celebrated Vegetable Compound, had vi min all these oour,tles3 demands on c w irnsn1' strength, and her well known rem dy prove every day it perfect adaptation to woman's special needs. 1 tfle, cu r. Jevxy W iy are oil jok are bad-iu-ag- e. m rtls.-de- , cillod chcxt-nus- ? Don't know. n.'le-,- t j because they Bunion Folio. CtjMiu-fcs.o- s In GUead" in Hup Bitters. oT. It you nw ti ofrequenter, or n resident eys-was ai tucked with a sevro cold, which seta miusmat dietrlot. harricado your tled on her lungs. Sht continued to tem agxin.--t ihoseouweofall countries" worse, and finally raised bood lrom 1 er MaUirln. Kpidemio Bilious and inter. lungs. We called In a family physician, mitteat Fo ors by the use of llop Ulttors. but he failed to do her pood. A frteml, who If you have rough.' pimply, or sallow skin, bad bfen cured by Dr. tVx. Hall's Balsam bad Hop Bitters will roa thb Luxos, advised me to give it a skin, breath. blood, tho sweetestgtvo you, fall breath and trial. She began to improve, and bv the health, rieh5W will be paid for a case they wid i use of three bottles was entirely earad." not cure or help. wriU-s- : aiRS. IlAnniBT "Early last winter my f Cinoinnatl.O.. lniu-hte- r gt - hi m ii - A'Boston agricultural editor says that tlte best wy to preserre peaches is to keep a bull dog in the orchard. "Houifh on Toothache." Ask for it. Instant relief, quick cure. Me. Druggists. g busies. expect a lawyer to mind his own He'd tarve to death if he did. Philadeifhia Herald. r?KVKR ? Catarrhal Throat aiTetio).hfteMn-,lrrltatinCoo(fhs,C'ikl cured by "Hough on Coughs" name. "Oh. how I do wish my skin was as clear and soft as yours," saW a lady to her f nend. 1 ou can easily mako it so." answered friend, "now?" inquired tho flrttlady. tha "By usicj? Hop Blttors that makes pure, rich blood and blooming health. It did it for m. as you observe." E3r"3ono genuine without a bunch of green HopsonthenhltelaheL Shun all tho vile, poisonous stuff with "Hop" or Hops" in their A Lady's Wish. SSc on-th- lady said when she spanked ber erring son. m " I yhcloup him tha palm," as the old d humors.crufHonf.rliiK-vorm,tetter,sa:irhuai,irosie- f EE? DR. DAViJD hrS Pln & . the-ljvk- c," Y'S "ting-ting-ting- "Boutrhon Itch" cures feeLchllblaias - g A lovsr of the si! The Chinesa Iaun- dry man. Boston Post. "RouBlTon Itate." Clears out ruts, mice, files. s. 13c a borsa stops suddenly In the street he shows his bringing up. . Wines- - Sktnny Men. "WeuV Health Kenewer"ro9ores health vigor.oure Dyspepsia, Impotence. 51. n i --'- tl s. .AzcnE thing The eloudless sky. Bos- ton Bulk tin. ColilcnN Liquid Uoef Tonic SI onld h takes by the weak, worn and d kpopti?. Coldeu'i, ho other. s pong ""'o? froa an lmpire state of the BLOOD. To women who suffer f 10m anr of the ills to teir sex it is an unfailing friend. Prurtf-U- . One Dollar n bottle, or Dad Keoacdr, Rondont, N. Y. aidress For the Cure or ICIdney plalnfj, CoiKtipatloii, and Idrer Corn nnd n'd Aitor&izs mco-H- REMEDY ir All Dr. AMONG RAILROAD MEN I'opularllyand TJserulneas ofSr. Kennedy's Puvorltc JJcmrdy .V ThrlHlnx Leletr from PrTEErfTEXDrvrs 1 ri.L ) Lmtu, JUs March 28. JS- -&r Dr. Datid KentuOy, nondaut, X T.: t.- joa that I gheuM I th!nlc i DmSii: ortai:-i-ui- It U due r. I nakeIiM4un-Urtl- y akeihrl,4 cd wiillnel : OaiHe lihay of June.Sl. I was ttkea witb vhml ws called panlysis of tl.o kowe'a. Tim selxore was aarxpectt-end terr!M. Th Honiara aad n;her vsgtrs seemed to rjimta'hlza with It aaa to line hMiallpowerot lcttuo. For a waadespalTedbr.bQtatlrncth lATT3 MerHXVtr'g -- open-mouthe- d. multi-titude- Tnx most absorbing 3 trade. , bcsiiMss Tho a flatter A"tO Mechanic. t ir-fectl- y It makes bad work with spelling wheu lha " 1" U out of sight aud out of mind. .Yw York J'jHrnal. dent. OrrucLnnEi IL, liuptiB kiroMor thiII II. l hu l. "How 8H I sleep?" atsta a corresponTry to stay awaka le outeh some train. MiWm Xems. ll d ksttninrlue - -- sleeping-w- - p, What is the difference between a crowd, cd houe when a p:oes!aM is passing and 111 the waiting-roothe of a den-ti- s In Uk: mst iNstanc tbtra is a face ; every pan.-- is the second a pain' in cr ery m !r 1 face. - as itmMm "Fa, why does a num Uraak a promise Jlavkfje. hi tr'tmaiS9tSeP'Hfii&trfitcn mYks, my boy," sai 1 " o ," elf-lojf- cs on ou, "animals that eat nifcat are wuil those Jik: ourselves, Ait eat both fat and vegetables, are railed amphibious." A HICK rr V wagon, with Ioom tiros ob the whcl, was pnegia? do wn the stre-t- , when Jo 11 said to Phillip: "Thnt wagon west have come ironi a distance." "How e do you know tha' f" s4d I'billip. it is terribly tired," replied John. "Bo-caus- Mr. MaJaprop to" of mrpiiriliianl vJlieirobi.dhpriiir (Vt.i,lKlDg to benefit from the wwers. tint Uiry did me no rood. XeUherwere the test physk-iaof Lowell and Pav toa. whom I cooulteil. able to afford ice tnoic than l my case traataiect relief . I raised atavwt harele. Ia tJ.f r all a 1 riearl adrlurt Bieto try KENNEDY'S FAVOKITE ItCMEDV, and rvllnunph opoofed la potent mediclnei, I mule a hi trial. To make a looc Hott aburt . FAVORITK KtJiiiUV. !n my opUlon. Kived my life-- 1 cutslder It the test irrpararjon In tne vorh ler troraaea coarcs-asw- e a of tbe Lirer and other onrans. I am eHd (Oral mcalutuiklnr.y. , i our. etc A. .1. Ol JTOED. ATr G.: rtnlU llie MaMer Mecrisnlc of il 'Moa of tne?7 are Lowell many the Lowellc Kailroad. and his ana rec o known to wtio can testify htHKirer. V'cTetilp iclne all dloeates of tfce Blood. n.C I l'-- rt nicaysara r - ri ra Artdrksl i n. nlit.a.n Dr. LutM Kennedy, Eoadout. ROttr-n;naarIII-- (iut. My tbeadrtca fl ;r -- . WvW. f3L2i&.!frffis v CI r, Vk tS fl ELY'S causes ii,tn. t -- - ... ... Eellcvcs at 1 Tns advertisement of the future: Want' h eeNool and lady to ed A woman t Ttiorough Treats wasbdtsh. - rhllaae'pkta Cm. m ri Si.vclk gtnt emen are called baclvlcri ladies must not be called Id ixdriH m ? p meat wll Cure. Not nails ::d&e iv more, bet Trttmne. a Liquid o& baoiit--t- . Con- a ru UZA. - - SnnfT. Apply Into -- i -- 2-- 'i " nl a honpock.d husband, noplace like home, and t t' why nway from it so mucL." "Burlington Free l'ress. "there "Yes," truyi 1 f&'A - k - bostrds- 50 (jits It A ataBaammmaMM b.-- p - i:i -- a f j .. I ..... He (an old band) Thev have dropped thoir anchor. H o (a beginner) Served tv?'n aV;e,ht ' ll ,a3 ' "' hanging ovor the y luuglnon. slds Ax eloping con driven 10 it. JV. Y. C0ier'shrrnavrrrfered. Sa.i" etotfle ly luailia cct'a. LXi' LL.oIii.i.S.I)n.Ut. (ivcso,x cen at DrurJrfiH 1AS0N & HA rlLEN 100 STYLS5. 'mtn' apology Journal. "I i.-a- s long-stand-fu- m um to -- "tap-tap-tap-ta- ear-dru- Eaty Inynienta or ilented. i S-- UPR2CHT P3AWOPreen:lnB very hlcheot exeellenee yet nt- ntrumentj addinfijtoa'lrrevloni tulnrd'a lrr proement one of greater value than any;ftnrj u-l U'ghcst Honors at all OREAT WORLM KXHIltlTIO.VS for Seventeen Teari. Only American Orsana Awarded encb at any. Tor Ca.u, A ' I I mats f A l"ic mixi pare, renneu, ramicai llal.ITt, auu mt nnf ,.r... ......4.. 1.. I!lusti'l latiiripnta HAMLIN IIEOA.V AXJ tune. j.r. had-bee- iinme-lodiou- s, iiat ton, 1.14 14th St.: caicaso. Tmnoiit 1'IAJfO CO.. BosSCreetj .New York,. 49 MASO.N iuuvu s r,T il liauamavc. m m k I I n AHPWTQ Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica HflCI? I 43 , hmmm mmim TTW vtjrfej7 e?!!"!kTC3 K? OIISFR if fiSff'la. tfCTStfvV CfiS GREAT Y'" THE &. J Ji.nftoMfFn i Sm tt osjisilSJ I CURES WHERE All ELSE FA11S. Ilest Conch hrniD. 'VzxleneootL Usa In time. Bold by draggliu. s ' 1 t; m-i- h - Soro Throat, Swc'llnji, Spratna, Brnlwt, Bltec, Burn, NcnlU, And All Other BODILY PAINS tad ACHES. ScUlyVtra: jjari(ll)eale-- s eTcrrwhcre. IJtytents aiKttle. Wrrf .cnalallLanctJirfs. co., Tns nuKLEs Aj Lumbaso, BatVwhe, nedafhc, Toolhafhe, Irot I Hell the Jonr- ?, of Jerua. III- traTelsiTllh the rwelTt ryof D'scinletlnthe IIolrLamL Beau- AddreM Ufa'! I"oTatcl. Map,thart.F.tc ITEvNNOMTI. TI nUaUISO CO.. Dthart.U3. wanted-j- ULU5-llOconinii4lon;llee- (Sact-essor-s to a. Tocnot co Baltiiaore.lId..TI.S.A. vooelek ' reltcv- and Increase: experience 19 year; - "Write for circulars and lawa. auceejovK A."iV. Sct'OKillCS & SON, Cincinnati, Ohio. t- on PURGATIVE Hcn w l.ui, : 1 1 1 - prep-iratio- n; .ii I i'SiSOlUlall n.tn BLOOD TWBJMVeijr I tlia-f- t 41 ... , T)41tA.n... Cure fttnw wwlTuPTTf 4miu'" ucai, and all LrVEK and EOWZL ComplaJnSi.XfAULHUl. POISON, and Skua Disease (ONE PITI A Doasi. Par 7raale ComDlainta these Pills Pill. Dr. T.M. Palmer. Montlcello.STa.'1no eqcal. find them avalnable Cathartle and hare my I practice I nao no other. J. Denniaon, 1S.I1., DW!U. Iowa." Sola everrrrhere, cr Bent or In naii for OS eta. in atampa. Valuablo lnlonoatlsa fRKR. X. B. JOlLXBOS CO., uuirrui.. iUUHJ WWa,A,'wt Aim ( ifisi PILLS Irr a ) mid-winte- r, CUT THIS OUT BENB WITH YOTra OBDEB, 1 cm-plo- fe. - o". i ?ro. 2vo.v.o .fTwiV'tM1' . & s"4 w :as -c. t .v I DRUGGISTS fflf .ror. &mzb, $& ? i5S?rS o. .v SALE 'V-SfW- o ? & :c.- - fel , General Stores and Horseshoer; Iftkey do not have It. send order direct. XexT and exceedingly vainacuJUTe "stock Doctor Boote assonipaaic EoUle T&H9A0 - $&&? F.XftZoJei&': ir: t,v'a2i9,K -- ST. .""A" -"W y&si 'Aroa'Oo w M'yz: tr, Il.. Z pflk eft & SftSsSKJ &2xr .V' .i e " w 10-17- .. I d sd rT ??? National Live Stock Remedy Hand-Boo- Co., 175 dearborn street, CHICAGO. HAIR, '"K" - ! n.., ..,, FREE. k PATENTS r. s. .t a. i. iAcirr. Patest Atf ja, Waihinctoa. D. C. I con-tnbji- te EDUCATIONAL. cnunni iWRESPONDENC. L. oiiciucpc ounuuL. GUOI (CO . '"."ronsnlT DJTPar Vonna r?P l ? w- - I"cUcaIlj taught hy TYPE-YTJimK- Mole. Wana, Frecilet. Moth Pltehei. Krnptlon.5carx.anaaUUiatrarementa and lmr)erfectIonottBeFacc,Ilacdi and Fee, and their treatment. bTllr. .John IT. Woodbory. S7 X. Pearl at, Albanr. X. Y Sad lQs. ter boot 1 1 SUPERFLUOUS - "ajiao. n .. , -- " K0 ia -- countinefc1, 7 bSSvs him-lailLHal- fs I'eiinianah'p. Arithmetic, gull. Seai for clrenUra. ana TEtEGRAPEY. cr SHOET-HANIPSRM HERE. $Kb1oju1ut AdartEi ALjarn5ElJE0sJaneiTUe.TVl. SPeCT.T. Inducementi to lem Tel'frayhyi or D . ... .. .. dforhualuet. at Imiiie. ttonY. T fivers BemBTinm.I r u..i a " te. .WfMWiliW1 mm. .lm. . .h ' .S fc. CocutE.H.Tft:aii'aCoCea.AaAr,r.iUsti Terffi it.JZ. uluiama4u4.tti,yiiiim.ak. aaos wmc wRrme t xyrxri3Kw laNiarMMWlMM1l MM, ' ... A.KEt-- E. ;- - - H- && c - is;,' te "xr 1 - r wrmiN&'X2&ii&mss$jg.$&.e .rf? r 'v ? aA i &?!&: &i &siD$tam Si - K Vxh .. .. - - "a T .. 39L -- 5 sbF - f i fi 3 r 'ftMaMeM-r ijrjgCTjaejFagagatewaasigasarj - ' I.OCAL NEWS. Tho Southwest Kentucky Medical Association meets in Mny-Fielf- l, on Thursday, ov. 11th- ""JIou. Kliey Boyd, Democratic elector speaks at. tho City Hall Go and hear hiin. to-day. " FOR 'yyitfgVLB-- C UK Tho Ltest Style Good", at J. AmiPro's 1G SoKS. f r property of Louis Domontoourt, Xorvell killing, which finally tho Ohio and Wost Vir was iicstroyoci iy lire, Tuesday. in the issuance of n. wr. ginia elections were piomptly sent DENTAL SCOTCH SNUhF will pro rant for his arrest, which warraut uu.rt uuiioiiueu. The writer of was m 1110 iiautis ot Air. Jen Dick, ttiis was at tho toleirranh oftlco mm ike tcvth, FtTQUA &. DEBOW, a deputy Sheriff' of that county. about 10 o'clock that night and re"Wholesale Agent. Dfck summoning a posse proceed- mained there long enough to hear ed to Creek's house, Thursday how tho election had gone. Tuoro L. & M., and the night of hist week. Crock and were a number of Democrats presEchahl Furniture Co., of Union his family had koho to bod,, and ent and one or two Republicans, City, have agreed to consolidate, when aroused by tho party, got among tho latter Postmaster Sto- alxdbnild'at Hickman, arranged up, and it is said announced his Iphons. From tho chcerlul, hope willingness to submit quietly and ful, kind f or .larger business than ever. tJw'DBKTAL SCOTCH SSUFF, or readily. Indeed, it is said, wheth- of way tho aforesaid Demociats OPEMOR 8COTGU SNUFF, tho best in er true or not. we have no moans looked and talked wo felt verv lie Market. of ascertaining, that Creek from l,aPW aid hopeful ourselves that FUQUA & DEDOW. the daj-- he returned to tho neigh- Ohio might redeem herself and Wholesale Agents. her idolatrous borhood publicly proclaimed his disavow to the Republican naitv. h-oro was a larger crowd out willinsrneKE to submit to anv Imrnl to Hear Houston, Monday night investigation of his supposed con - !"110 ( wh at alio had never done Than' v?o have fioen at a political nection with tlio iSorvell killin&f. before: jrivo her vote to tho De spunking in Hickman for many IJcing in his night clothes when mocracy in a Presidential year. aroused Thursday night, ho step 2Jllf. nl.'iR? "r!i1i i lifii "To. i.r.i.. pea bacic to the bed. fin Trhirfr is hut always to be blest." Life Soto riaut'i! loVf prlccl. largely made up with disap was his wifandachild,)a!idTcach-p- s and the rule found -- 5rr. J. C. nendricks end Miss cd around to the head of the bed pointnieuts, X A. Wheeler, both of this cotin- - apparently to get something, ana u exceptions on tins occasion, ly,JiYcrc married on the loth mat hero tho posso claim that ho was 'Click, click went tho wires and Hap pin oss and su'oceSS attend reacliing for a pistol to resist ar--j batteries, nd rapid fingers rarest, and they opened fire on him, vrote the cabalistic words and llicm. ro-sultt- id The savr mill, about miles liolow Iliukiiiau, on tho river, the last wcck, at ms Home, in Misson- ri, immediately opposite Hickman, ny a posse oi men who wont to his house with a- warrant for his arrest. About two years ago a man by tho name of STorvcli wae KiuiMi ai tne rerry lamiinL'. onnn. sito Hickman, and Crcc k was im. . i;.4 i :.. - 'ir imicticu in me Kiiung. urecicleft that neighborhood about the time and was absent until sometime recently. His return revived tho . 1 7 kmii rb,SS5.SJf;trWAiTiiie And the returns, -- ' - How the News Heciaved. v 31 jirTgawrgffTi.k W 1 it r--J SJga asa Inii ii-.- ..yu wiiw . " z SSf.m MMjiMtoit tm&AEmwma y j ... .terpri&o of a number of business men ot Hickman, the telecranh tlicc here was given tho Associa-U- d X'ress dispatches last Tuesday nigut, ..im utvcuuu reports con-corni- Communicated. t Through the liberality and en' a t am Jiwt roteivwt, a fine peleclion of 'Ji2 aad Vesis-fefill . Wh, u w, u m M , 43 ;ba b x ALSO Kew G' darif all i. UGGII T It Pfea I'll Qii HsBQfflan a '! IH kUpMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. uttJtTHi' The latest Drama entitle! . r...1u :ik "n the &ne'1 mv is.... innj. o5i amii iixaiuine. ?. nii t- - t kiuws t. ih. 1 niunni ui 2-- r. WAE OH HIGH PE10ES, will lie played to perfection. rV ghat Vocalist "UXCTiE TIM," fas sisted by a choir of other Vocal Stars will sinj; Low Prices until you arc , charmi'di aud will load yoursell like a senRihle with many of thrt lGV bciHg offered, (.oiibiatingjbf" ull the bargains of thfc tbasoiii Goods,- a big variety, from aTTico BroChde at 4ie pdh Viitd to xi Dress line Black Silk, THmmitigs, lbittous, &c.f to exactly match hlh JicU Ginghams at 5o per yard, good Cahton i'laniiel at 6c; Full 4-- 'i lleuvy Domestic at oc per yaru, Ufhy Blanket'; oOb. All gfabd Irtsll GbbUsj picked up by chance, and good for heart disease. The handsomest line of Ladies and Misses Wraps, ever bfifercd" in tlid City, (the latest styles). Ladicr and Misses tine Custommadc ShoeSeYfcry pair warranted: A full limi of our Mr. Plant's Custom Boots aiill Bhbes Nothing lik them in the city We warrant every pair; try thchl.-- J tiDi-sbntio-etties COMPETITION. AS MY UOOUS OU rSIIIXE LL OTHERS. TltEIR lllUOn i,BBs LAST WHEN ItlVALb F. DE AWAY. V''e ,',ace' " t,UJ 0l,!,,',,t, c,"'i,r from I'laut Uro's. & Co., under tho New CUl HAhL G1t men call before buying ':l,''d 'ipon finding any thing in my houi-- that U kept in a first class rDBNlTlJJRE STORE, 1 e I ViVS,1,,Ulners iH?,UaVe ,In o UNDERTAKERS rvel tin ahort notice. GOODS ever brodght to - I 3 B H mtbJui o 1" KT allo-gL'nic- o -T- ri 4$ U fg Ea BJ?r GSpLEl.XilffESE, 1 LWiW KnH T&PS Hlfl KJUAEf y-r-- -- -,,-,,.; -- pap AnnisaoN mo m snow, Holmes. This i3 something long needed. County Clerk Taylor is having tho map framed. New Goods J. AMEEno'a Soxa. --Tho Ooltrt of Claims has purchased a well executed map of 1'ulton county, from Mr. A. C. Iho Cheapest - GooL?, at ft , J! J. Amberg Sosa. Tho Stono domocrats about Hickman are very muHi enthused the last few days because of reported gains for Stone in Ballard, ittivc8,nd' other couuiioi, and how predict his election. Turner doubt the accuracy of the returns men don't believe reparts Slid arc Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Da:.. tho Democonfident. writes thas his wife hd been troubled vrith crats present began to make re- The Imperial Insurance Compan- acute Bronchitis for many years, and that j marks, some of which wore more all tried cave no iiernmBent rey-refused to pay a policy on a lief,remedies procured a bottle of Dr. King's lomme tnau elegant. until he dwelling house burned in Louis- New Discovery for Consumption, Congln, guid George ville on the ground that it was not sml Colds, which had a magical effect, and Warren, with a choking voice, "f occupied .when destroyed. The! produced a prmncntcure. It isgbaran- - feel like one forsaken, I I canof Inroat, Lungs, not" hero bo Louisville Chancery Court Srtid te" c,Ir a ' u,c broken down and itroncriiat ihdc. tho Company must par, and the orTrial Ilotdw Free at Fortune's Drug covering his face with his hands, Superior Court of Kentucky lias ' store Lrg8 Sim $1.00. Bank into the nearest chair. His grief was too great for utterance. auirmeu tuo accibion. Tho Court of Claims refused His great heart was broken. HuOno objection to ti king or to make an 'appropriation for a man sympathy and sorrow were emperor is that ho and his appointees hold ofiice continuously bridge or any Mini of croaking powerless in tho presence of woe without change during life. across Bayou tie Cliicn, oifUhe so overwhelming, so overmasterfor a ing, and his fellow Democrats How much better is a Republic ground that the public road neither on thisirifpor could do xo more than suffer with where one party holds power all has beeuiob-tained- , thcmo-- The Republican p.uty !eyo:d tho Bayou the Oottlfi of him. h and that 'Oh, ados!" said Dick Alexluw beon in ptwer IM years. Isn't f Claims has no authority to roakc ander, who somehow or other felt time for-- change? it appropriations for bridges oxoept like appearances were against him, PURE countrv mado APPLE VINEGAR, on a public load. A majority of but who oven to tho last momont, 1 CetfgtU'H Drus Store. tho Magistrates appear willhjf ,to hopes with tho fcvoiish intensity -- All Survey aXd vo Work. make a reasonable nppropruiiou of a criminal condemned to die A rtiirv eiiug parti, tliat lutic for a safe and substantial erasing that something maj turn up, "wait Kocn openuiug about the lake fori jarvei tii? iiiMoitoi-cyrepl jiu til yon Iionr from Jordan prepHlS!r?nrSrfaTe ofljhj cinct, irtiuttv.maes toijtt"-tte- . Xioast week, have evcited agootllteiu a any costly ...! ! IUVV.1VOV itlill arc a.. the fact that the brwhro becr.n b hen. wev are indeed lost." mi . coflnt has 8 snpposed jhat they tf.iv uoiuiaauia f for the government ity'SWCI' to umuri.uuuia in geiling one 40 tedF iuqiiireu John Cowgill in a ..... .....,j le-gral at Uiootiiiff him as many as four j oharactera iuto intelligible uentcn- With unvarying monotory times. Tlie friends of Crock claim that when he reached toward the the telegraph reported net Repubhead of the bed, it wao only to lican gains, until tho dullest intel- got his pants, to dross, and go fect could porceivo that all hopes with the officers as he had prom- - of a Democratic victory in Ohio ised ; and this must have been the were blighted ana r.aa disappearfart for Ihcro was no pistol or ed like tho lovely but the baseless other weapon found about the fabric of a dream, and tho hilarity bed. The officer's posse doubt and happiness of the Democrats less acted from tho standpoint wont ontin melancholy and gloom. they give; but them are some A feeling of sadness, a longing afgood citizens who claim that thoir ter the unattainable sort of ieel-in- g unsnrped their erstwhile conduct on the occasion should dreams of lancy and pleasing exinvestigated by tho propor be pectations. When thero was no tribunal. longer tho slightest ground to s. where vou can see the irteatest variety of MeiiRt Yoiltlis hnd Bdvs Fur nishing Goods, and ClotKing, from the cheapest to the finest Suitsj made specially to our order, and guaranteed the best fitters in the market. Unuiu lecture eacb day Iromsome of the leading orators 111 Mercantile circles, upon the importance of buying Goods of 1L AUTBRO'S; & CO.j and save vour moiled : to the deepened midnight gloom and silence, and nothing but the The kest make" of dashing waves of the Mississippi broke tho solemn stillness of midnight's "lonely hour." ? The Democratic innkeeper here who vowed only the day before i'EMlJLilJKl the election that he would not take a drink, smoke a cigar or Gun ilfplcinents, S:c., Pihlols and Pi.stol Cartridges, Bras&alul tper wash his feet until a Democratic President is elected has been sud- ShcllsjSj'itunond Grain Powder, Chilled Shot, Wads, and x pneral ki nd denly transformed from a cheer of Ammunition. ful, haply man into a moody, mo ThttGods will ho sold ht Bottom Prices. ro80, misanthropic one. He sits content- sad and silent for hours plating some way to "hedge." It 1 Cj C f: T will require no sacrifice so far as si&rza&zlxl caaslaJ a the feet washing vow is concerned, but when it comes to the drinks and cigars reader, pity m WrWf? ff-V him, ho needs all your sympathy JKw SI J3 21 Si vx r t i!J and compassion now. m wv&JmaXS.wi SS3 SEESlSfailfi All badinage and levity aside, true Democrats need not bo m or disheartened. No intelligent Democrat expected ,!T" 2"k A 3re (3ailj recehiu a co nj.leie liae of Hardware nnd.CulJery, anything of Ohio. Wost Virginia went Democratic by an increased majority. Tho skirmish lines ha e nHi Hie-Unrnmr KMifh.j, tissiJ ' tfay?!! met and fought and we aro now Vvafi!te54iir i in the open field. Wc" will carry & ifow York, Indiana and tho solid AXD A G EX ERA I. LINK OF South and Grovcr Cleveland will be our next President. LLQiiselceeping Goods ami Builders1 Material. One Who Suffered. PLAtTT BEOS. & GO. Wlio Made tlie Low -- m mm "5- n urnurn iiiJl mhu PPN Piiccti r xox- bs . a a, in plain and fancy. Al-- o, m sad-eye- d, sad-hearte- d public friends nfl WK announce to our cf aIlkindtofth Furnituregonerally, thai we havoof JhH rtreivtdand solicit Hie trade imaieilM rlock parties uinh11 ing to uy. of nrr t can fliow all styles 3t t. a fine lm tf-- " J, I ,1 iwv w.ww m w . A n rr, il i' 33. d. fer. BA iw 1 &&S. Ctt Alfti &) y'cj dia-conrag- "W'e propope tb make out- pricw to puii the spirit of the timed. You can rM ofcsuHrd" you need neer leave Our house tb iook for cheaper goods. "We propose to sell as lotc afl nny retail Furniture fl'ori i" he "Purchase. Very resixictfullv,-- - T. F. WILBURN & wc ate prepared to give pctial inducements as right-of-wa- y ai?n V ? mm ZJ"3.nro room in now Odd Fellows building. CSfAll kimUof Repairing dono on short nolito, and In 0 worlmanehlp stylo. Contractors and Builderg bf Houses. a s ,..,. I JTavo you seen the new rtuMian lars, Clettks, Dolman, and Jerwsy Jacket, the prettiest and cheapest ever sola in bmllcsi. Hickman, at J. Ambrho's SpX3. wW,-"!ami Us Circu- YA are wrdiiilly invited ta call ami examine ti eir stock of Coil nnd Wood Ilcntin? Sio", Gintu, &c, all ef wbieli we will aelt US low ao it censistent with a legitimitc i. A - a K year ago, pnuJ? ?".?;ess f,m' fin ing U8olcssnesaof & costly stru$--;t- h& was a man of deep feeling when ceedingg were had: to bnild a levee The difl&cnlty tlii, apnetfr Ids emotions were stirred. njilropri.it'" ArrKAign Bii.x.8. 10, to Hickman, Kv. to be. to get r. ublic road to a4Ml 1.Tlv T1..t,.l. !..- - ...... TT1 frimi iftuid The following appraise and ale bills Stitr. iic.i unit ihc uii.igf. aim iiiifi wear laud," senteutiously observed Cat-le- were produced aad ordered to record : led to believo win be had, by getThfl Nobbiett Johnson. "As for myself' at Appraiie and sale bill of MaryE. Weak ting tho right of way from the he was going on to elucidate his lev, deceased. J. AMBEnc's 80N3. land and lot owners. Tho Ootrx-ik- r idea of the thing when Howard Appraise and wile bill of R. . Finch, ' On the deck of a b'S AilSSlS- deceased. called the attention of the City a well broke in impetuously feippi steamoouL stood an ared Council several weeks in succes- if Appraise and sale bill of L. A. Mile?, 'illankcty fioulhorn Phiuter. Indicating bv sion to this point, hoping thejy business," blan the whole blank deceased. observed Maxwell, or Approiso and sale bill of A. Brady, de a sweep of his arm the waters the would remove this objection words to that effect. "I don't ceased. bo.it was passing over, he fi!u in the court of claims met, but a blaukcty blank word of BETTLEMEXT3. a passenger from tho Xorth: tho Council neglected to act. it. "It is a blaukcty blank" we The following settlements were produced "When I was twelve years old I Some arc disposed to suspect that pause here. We wouldn't print and ordered to licoTcr tor exceptions: killed my first bear on a now plaut-atto- n sectional prejudice has something. what Maxwell said for $40 and a Tho. K. McMahan, guardian for Lou my father was then cutting to do with the continued failures5 mule. It wouldn't look well in aud Sam kelson. oat oF a foiest that grew directly to obtain a bridge across Bayou do print and Maxwell might not like J. E., T. 2f. and W. L Fields, executora ot A. v. jbields. over tho waters of this bend. Chien, but Jie CouEiSit reporter! it. The following flettlements wore confirmed : was a mighty good That can boar cheerful testimony from; Taylor Bard, administrator of S.E. "Do tho returns say anything there was right smart of personal interviews with Magis-- j say anything about tho .Mulligan T. J. Boaz. administrator of S. W. Bard.Gotbears there, too. Rut that one trates from tho upper part of the letterst" asked Cnpt. Handle in a den, thons'iud acres of land went into count7 that they manifest quite a voice full of uoo and sadnoss. HEW EOAD3. the Mississippi years ago." liberal ppirit and aro willing to !2fot a danged word," said J. W. The petition for new road to Bavou de Tho annual Conference of the mnko a reasonablo appropriation. Uole, who was sitting m a corner Chien, continued. Same action on peti u. iJonaho et alt. and W. T. C ilorcd Methodist Episcopal The first thing to do is for those by himself, a picturo of misery and tion 01 u.others. Carr and church of America is now in ses- who aro most interested in the melancholy. ROAD OVERSEER!!. sion in Hickman, and will contin-11- bridge to get ourselves right, got "I want to know," said a voice A. lv. McConnell appointed overtecr on its deliberations tho whole of the right of way, and then if a rea- so so wrotched, so oiiuck roau rrom liogan's oast hue to Mos this week. Bishop J. W. Lane, sonablo appropriation is refused, full of pathos and so full of suffer- cow and Troy road. said to bo one of the ablest color- we may properly fault those who ing, that all oyes were turned in HOAD OHASOB. ed preachers in the United States refuse it. that direction and they beheld in Petition of Henry Maddox et als. againat is tho Bishop presiding, and will one corner the feature." of a man John Barnes, change of read. Petition An End to Bono flcrnplnjr. preath to the colored people Sunso changed by some great, over overruled, and appeal to Circuit Tourt taken. Shepherd, of Harrisbure;, Til whelming bereavement day morning. There aro about Edward that tho Airs. Adelind F. Paschall, potitlon for says.' "Having received so much bene" spectators wondered who he was. 45 Ministers andsomo twenty-odchange of tho Book Spring and Pulton laV debgate, in attendance, all of t!i lie looked like ho had buried nis road, filed. whom aro beinc hospitably and a running sore on my leg for eight- years. last friend and was hunting for COURT OF CLAIMS. satisfactorily entertained by our my doctors told mc 1 Mould have to have Knmohrnlv in nnrPnrm flin. en inn, The following Majristratos wcro In at colored "citizens. Tho bnsiness the bone scraped or leg amputated L?sityfsad but kindly office for him. "It's tendance: II. C. Donaho, D. C. Nugent. engaging the attention of tho Con- Instead, three bottles of Electric Hitlers Captain Tyler,", said sonio one. So John Baylor, F. B. Attobsrry, D. W. Dickference is the general interest of and raven boxea Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, it was, but what he wanted to inson, W. B. Jone?, T. B. Ferrcll, Jero in now Judga their church, arranging of work and mv leg Bitters sound andatwell cents 0 know will remain involved in mys Jones, and against R. S. itilrrell. amounting fifty are sold Electric Claims the County for the next year, &c bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c. tery, because at that momont ho 10 ,aj y, were auowcu out 01 tne Counper box at Fortune's Drue Store. lost consciousnnss, and as ho was ty levy of 1684. VfaTheJKopttbricanleadergax0. JAIL FUKD. juuiiaui. overan uxpecieu increase Speaking WoaucsUny fflghl. V bbrno off by kind, sympathizing in tho Republican voto in this inend8, incoherently murmured," Thesum of S183 was appropriated out of the jail fund to pay for jail repairs, and $20 county. It is said that a number Hon. C. L. Jtandlo has accepted "Ohio net gains Democracy the invitation of the Democrats Democracy defeated 0 pluribus out 01 saniesum lor ecrucc connected with of the who have herejail .work, &c. tofore beon silent will faco the of Fulton county to address the nnuin the Old Guard surrenders TAUTER C0FFI5S. people on the political issues but never dicSj hoopla!" music and voto this time. The the pending Presidential campaign, Dick Tyler, with an effort to be The proposition of T. F. Wilburn & Co.. way for Democrats to discount at iuu jiiy rum, ui jjicKman, on gay, but which was a signal fail- to furnish pauper coffins at $3 apiece for this is to rally the simon-purjlz momns, accepted. Democrats and poll a largor vote VEttEMJAY KIOIIT, 22M IX.ST. ure, "wanted to know if anybody His argument will be specially Bncldcn'M Arnlcn Snlvc. thu over before. Thero aro sev- directed to answering the1 politi- thought it Would bo much of a eral hundred Democrats in this shower, anyhow?" but tho reTnEEnsrSvLVE in the world for Cuts, county who seldom or ever vote. cal points discussed by Hon. Hen- proachful glances cast upon him Bruises, bores. Ulcers, Salt Khetira, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, They ought to como out this time. ry Houston in his speech in Hick- by his suffering man on Every citizen caused him to shrink back like a Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi lu tho absence of any political in the county, white and lively cures Piles, or no pay required. It colored, bashful boy at his speakings to arouse a full vote, is satisfaction, particularly thoso who heard Mr. when ho speaks to a first party, or guaranteed to give perfect25 protty girl, let each Democrat who reads this money refunded. Price cents por resolvo at onco to talk to his Houston, aro specially invited. and finds tho oyos of a dozen trirls lox. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. neighbor Democrat and try to get Let overy voter attend.' Tell your looking quizzingly into his own. ont a full vote. Do this and the neighbor of tho timo and; place. Covered with confusion and torGOES! Republican gains will be discount- Ladies respectfully invited. tured with his" own temerity and by tho Democratic increased audacity ho went out into the ed Glass, the Democratic nominee darkness and gloom, since which vote. II in the 9th Tcmi., District, is only time nothing has been seen or Tfc Prettiest Goods, at an ordinary man as to ability, but heard of him. J. Ambebo's Soxs. 13 is conceded to be thoroughly hon"Bye, bye, ta, ta," resounded tho SFJSAKIKG est, firm, and true to his party cheerful, happy voico of postmasDemocrats will bearin mind that convictions. Etheridge,his oppo- ter Stephens," "Gontlemon, I bid you goodnight. Happy dreams, a Our Fancy Flour S4 75 per bbl. Eetail, Hon. Bhey Boyd, tho Cleveland nent, is a man of extraordinary bright Call around to S2.75 per hundred. and Hendricks elector for this Family per bhl. Retail, ability and brilliancy, but is er- see me present you compliments fcilioU per Flour, District, speaks at the City Hall, hunared. 3fr. Boyd is a young man ratic and inconsistent in Jiis politi- of lilameliogan 3 uo.," ana no X Flour, $2 75 per bhl. of superior ability, one of tho cal associations. Ethoridgo repre- wont off hurriedly, and it was well Drayace free on flour by the bbl there was fnest orators in Kentucky, and sents brilliantcy and ability as a he did so, becausomany eyes a at Empty barrels, in good order, taken back 23 cents. that General line of Goods marked down. murderous look m. have a rousing audience. politician, and Glass should honesty and' boded him no good. We aro not advised, but presume Great bargains in farm Machinery, Ac. POWELL & BitO. the Republican elector will bo uuoiiiy. wo sunn sco which our Ono bv one, two by two, tho present. Tennesdoe neighbors prefer. crowd disponed and went out iu- - Sept.. 20, tf r. ..-.- ..titlr... ui.l.Y SV1."'Jll.t&lfa t.1at frr. tf" tllW COUlltV U ...!... ..r..i ..' 1 a v- FitlCon'Couatj- Court. r f Uroaoii-ltnling - - - - rOanf ttSfrZP1"' J. W. SiwJgHas and Plstel", al - jHaintivo way, which showed .! that At the regular October term of the Ful ton County Court began cud held en Mon day, Oct. 13th, ISM, the following pro CORMAA'&CO'S. Our stock is cdlilfJlele la all lines, omj we viU sell very low fchy Goods boiiirht of us. tt v, bo-for- e bo-liev- e DRY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, hwn Kuttsr Ase?, HtCehets, IJalls, and Barb Wiro, at J. CO'S. HATS, CAPS, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. IwlifS are inviied (ecall nitd examine the finest line of Sci86ora ever displayed ;kmnn. UTcry pair warrr.nleJ, nl CORMAN CO'S. WINDOW CURTAINS, AND WINDOW SHADES, BERTWECK. BALTZER & CO. GROCERIES, QUEENSWAlE, GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH, JIAKUFACTUREUS 0? BLINDS, OIL PAINTS. &u J. Vf. A$nestck COilMAN & CO'S. V. COfcMAiV IV. & planta-tieiyau- d respectfully invite ail to call and examine Our STOCK before purchasing clsewheroi "We y s:rr i- h I Todd n?fl gnwg &zssiAV v .jj s-is- r 0 woe-begon- e, HckD2an entuck37. J. W. COWGILL, DEAX.ER iw Trusses iSD d !fSSlaSKJ7r. - DBTJGS, k.TIic '4 . old, popular and always reliable1 Hardware house of PATENT i aat MEDICINiES! SEWING MACHINES 3? Aiistt a 4Kr& NEW HOME Smpp&fiS twlnoh are 0 fibred at laYa splendid stock cf the very best malte3 of all kinds of Hardware, weak-knee- d e and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. ONE PR IC R d$&& &S$K TDILEHRTICLES 3 &c., &c, &c. jQg7Prescriptions filled at any &c hour day kn., &. All goods guaranteed to Ring night bell after 10 o'clofl fellow-Democra- ts the-13t- h. Ei?il W' 5 CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS pD BOYS, THE SIXTH YEAR WJLL BEGIN DOWN IT 1 TO-DA- nm.as 1 Experienced Avorkmen ro0 tine attention of or tnc cas' money. desired as this house willemployed. builders especially give special inducements. ? TVTOJSTD A-y- -. SEPTEMBER NINE MONTHS. 1. 1884--. Correspondence solicited. JR. B. BRE VAED. AND CONTINUE The Course of Sihtly includes, as heretofore, thb best of jlrimary infitrtictlori, tiie iishal studies in Engli?h, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elocution and Book-Keeping. 0 THE OLD RELIABLE iOMAS. A. IdLOOMB: -- for professional EspeciaUttention is devoted to the preparation ot hoys for ousinese, for college, and Corre3p?n(lcnce and consultatioh'of . full Bbllcited. Addregs, studie. . parents, bcloro the opening of school js rcejkcM B; 3: OALDWBLL. Aug. 8, 1 884. Uickniaa, Ky. j to-da- y. BSAX.ER 1 - A limi, 3KC 3C D i , FAINTS Al fl"3 WMWM, U. li. i&ZEr '- ISGiC IBME 3W i 1 sSrxnscjiiPTroxs caul rifj.',y .1 Si, EENTUCKr. XUKXEWi v : COUPOVNDEDl iei Prritr ptfHMNMWAa & .1 LiZ " 4 A. . ... - . .. wi,inj'jftTrTiviT,,FKuL.Bfia it ' J&mm emm K- - 'Si s 5 ' n 'sf SSriSSS TE&T&J&S&J&SST ess1 &? S . , i3feBfciti' r ,' "" i-Gents Clocking. p1 Big bargains in Flannels. Big bargains in ladies trimmed Uti frcf; ; Big bargains in Bed Comforts. Big-bargains-i- JSig bargains in Boots and Shoes.' Biff bargains in Blankets. im Offeriaas? Soaen. ..... gS "a' "" "' s-- ' - i.fm-- BBSSi .Q.dL 'QZ'SJ- - ,;,, Baareaisis 4a 1a,&'ctnojcus. n ' ' til tQil,siag !Qds r ' V iJHW&S? in Carpets, liig bargains in Canton iuanncls, Big bai-gain- s Big bargains Big bargains Big bargains Big bargains in in in in Cloaks & Bussian Circulars..:. Dress Goods. Trunks and Yaliscs. Linen Tablecloths. Big bargains in Overcoats, Big bargains in mens and boys Hats Big bargains in ladies Skirts. "TCSANAttr. T--co r H K y '! . v..; M ; Eit t0 death, tobbinjr them of their clothing, &c, their friends would H. A. & R. T. Tyler, Slow JLosf lion iJt'.sloreU. send them, and it was In sworn DEMOCRATIC TICKET. uie uoor liinmics , i. JLITlllUIllVt" . .... -iuwi unit trc,t , LUU r....V.i!?in nnrm- - were dead, r.iiur not only sold their liberty. What would they Jnt fnMi'I fl. a nrir Mltlon of lr. CuImw.U' i.k UllOfrUAI. Vte Crlrl rutnl 'nr m tlie radii jlo they tiiink Spril to Iliek-- 1 Forlrk. nee for Congress, . I"rr!. ii . r Oct. 0. Promi- How any Catholic could vote for nl Milwaukke, IntolnnUr; l.kl l.ntf In, true j, 3!ut atidl Iijciul SiJ inflicted bodies but netnally skinned them if compelled to livo undeitlia nent politicians of boih parties Blaine is more than I can underron puks.idsxt, . , utau, 5a.omtiiv lfca e jwcitr, swid sold tlar hides to make doe- - "blue laws" of Connecticut Soma- it. lUrri;;. Hr aUo. Von miiftluii, Iril'S-- J il agree ami admit that iscou stand. Now, or never, Catholic il, inilurwl Ir fiROyER CLEVELAND, HfikiiHRiinm. Uin Rhos )alher. Theme were thinsr like the following passm iuin.ow. Krmc, rrhal ntratapalMr. IIICXMAf ,0 .....i; . s; uu.uw.w.-.wiuBv- i an ctreuiely doiditM The rrM.mtr. antW. ir. this ailmirnM ir.:r"";iitr.4w- uw;,i ci.rtb? u.,,--. Mte, JQiW, Jiy . tliocjyjtitof thai 8 ' is Deinoeratm managers Stat e. Americaus should stand by the iaj. "OF,XEV,r IjDllK HTr elrorlr ilrnmifjmUs frum a tl.irtj tions ami absurd ;ibstf7uu-Buui"M b f"" would not """ fair coloin! liavo them Jiraelin., tlie nlarwlujf 1. in tlieTpastlind would do TJTir.L ATTHXI) TO ALL BUSINESS .t.H.M,,,.! tfcat nt.lMitll not nave ties, and yet it ofxlf' Houston bifnaoif wartm lately made a careful canvass of tuvJ 'Forasmuch as it TOR VICE I'j.JJZWr.KT, r rm hi ml daiod to ietcatifKo3o:nit- - tb charge tltat tlie Republican that many abuses arc is observed the State, and confidently assert so again if necessary. In mantl- a V cnlniMett to their care. . f itl.i, j, p.,ry rn.lii, flu .'r , i nn . i.nUiiK out Ln LUy crept in aid party of Maseachusctts faorcd ing by tho Democratic party they fOKce Millet Block. iiftr ic opponent jo.dbccnpic&ent. THGS. A. HENDRICKS, will carry it by a frequent taking of that Cleveland majority. There is will support the organisation that brutalities. And .small but safe TliiHlrriiir- - ultanM II law ell r iiousiou mat nc such inhuman only refer to them, committed by ordered by the in tlir titnili uf OF JXDIAXA. titr tobaeco, it ib has been the founder and defendiHtk ml, j !). allj dodges bi Democratic competi wo do not, and Gjiu.es: rul utubr mil. In n llaiti rtitr).,i. to mi a4. of this court that noift'1'-so- every reason to bclievo the State er of religious and civil liberty arr. ..n r.THj.1 f fuiir criit., or no ooumir.t sianu ono to illustrate the unfairness of in the national tors, for tl. vta- E. MORRIS. Mnaii- - ...lr.-equal rights in this under tho age of twenttjono will go Democratic IHE FIRST SKIRMISH. minute jeforo tRem on many of Houston's speech that tho Demo contest. The number of Rcpnb-can- s and them stand bj- - it in country. DR. W. THE ClLVfintl ELL MEDICAL CO that, hanot the com PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON his posnions. Tiie very fact that crat8 were responsible for the vnsirs. nor aiiv other who havo bolted Blaine and Let i Ann t.. hew V.,rV. X. V. ; l',, offr. Jva.4J4 'I csaco GOKS AS5'T ia,cco he is tfbdging arcmml through tlie murder" of poor Alhmtt b' his at- alroadv accustomed himself tho- arc actively working as Independ ing contest in November, audits standard-bearer- s use thereof, shall take airy t acwill sweep the J1ICKJIAX, AT. DistMct, not mcic$g bis coiupeti-toi"si- s tendants at Anchorage. election is for ou the first of March 0!Ter- hi prof'sinnim! Fericc to lite in co until he has brought a rtfi- - ents large.Cleveland's country, and Houston's speech abounded j)roof ofvthis. very WEST vinnxxiA 3,0000 1Q S,00f citiicRs of Hickmnu nnil Ttrinitj:. Can Houston assumes that the just such unfairness so much so cate , under tho hand ofaomojvho 300,000 next tho lovers of religious and iE.ncii.vrit;. It is safe to assert fouuJ t Fortune' Urug Store. civil liberty will gather in Washto reading: and intelligent ai e approved for knowledgeand votes will be cast inthat Sf nrft..wi-nM- i imi'tv is a free trde that Wisconsin ington The "first important skirmishes lijttj, HSt'IEi 101 in nlivftii' tlmi it IS u from every when lioKn(Tw that there nsen bother Democrats or next month. At tho last Presi- Union to witness tho State in thn in the great political battle of EJTEllING AMI renwARM. inauguration B. F. O'MNIEL, H. D., inust lmvc sounded him. and also that lie hath rci- - dential election the vote was about 3SSi, hi Ohio and "West Virginia, from the court ffi the 270,000; Garfield's majority was of Governor Cleveland. c never ncaru pni ed a license ennos- - v r resulted about as v.ell informed tr. nor is Uior&auy wnty part Conjnjission frjercljaijls, J. Bowd, HIS PROFESSIONAL of ieal harangue that abounded in same. And for the regiwtm 21,000. The Democrats claim they to jaisiug tho large st )emoerats and Republicans ex- cd f&mer OI'FKRS to the sitizetis uf liickoiHU Mtid J'iisior uf St. I'atrirf: . Church. Ihoso who either by more unfairness. pected. Each party made as giaud the national revenue through the iicKjjAxrxy. taking it have to their own Mp re can hold their own this year. The Ticinitj. tarin". Both tho Republican and and (Jond SI (to. a light in each of these States as Olfiao Corner room in Laclede House. honsions made it ueussa ft' to Prohibition, Js.SJil 3HC. tt'Httt 'v Keep alnaj-- on hand, fretb Workingmen's vote will run up possible, and polled every vote Democratic parties acknowledge Citwiwrifcti Kninitvr.j Among tho mottoes on tho them, or, upon due advie f aie somewhere between 17,000 and LIME, CJOIKST. iA T. I'LASTKIl ,S- could briiig out. Demo- the necessity pra tariff sjstem, effort St is transparencies in the great CleveA.. A.. Persons desirous of knowing nersuaded to tlie use thCreoOtitis 20,000 ma bo more. s crats ought to bo well satisfied and onl differ as to tho immure l'LlK&.UKASSSKEItis.CLUYSK. &v. land procession at Buffalo, weio ordered that no man wthi with tbo result. In October, 1SS0, and character of the tariff. Hence what Mr. Cleveland has done for colony, after the publication tfiorc- - of the votes polled by these fac- the following: Will nake liternl advance tn r.n.. PHYSICAN AflD SIMON, the workinginen might Corn, &c , for oiu or ebip meuL tested by the great Presidential the utter absurdity of all his con- information by casting gain some nf Rhnll taVa njiv tobaetO ifttbHc- - tious will be drawn from the Reto the German "We owe their eyes publican party. Then there will element." much mch-fight of that year, the Republi- clusions about a roductiou in tho HICKMAN, KENTUCKY ly in the street, nor shaJ takauy workingVeoplo. over tho following: be the Independent vote anyOhio by 19,005, and wages of cans carried "Let us look at the books." Ho signed ttte bill creating a in tho field, or woods, nAcaf hen where from 12,000 to 20,000 which Houston was strong in his artheir present majority as comparA large black ball in brackots, they aro ou their travel jor Jgnrn-c- comes wholly out of tho RepubliJi:s Professional Services tc ed with that shows a Republican gument in favor of free whisky Bureau of Labor Statistics. e 0FFER8 of at least ton miles, or at, the can patty, and it will bo seen that and beneath it of Ihckman imd vicinity tenement-housHe signed the and freo boor, whan he knows that loss of 7,000. The Democrats a "This is the Reverend Doctor." janlli-'Sordinary time of rcpa6t. can6on-l- there ia good reason for claiming the campaign hae conceded Ohio there is not a prohibitory liquor cigar bill. "A change demanded for honcalled dinner, or if it b not Wisconsin as one of the doubtful Ho signed the bill to prohibit to the Republicans, and Cleveland law in any State in the United est labor." then taken, yet not theu ifbove States. C. and Hendricks wero mado the States that was not made a law by child contract labor. L. R A N D L E- iJLEEi'ii all kiuda of le.ph vd fBC, "Xo Maine law for us." To further protcet honest labor once in tho cry at mo, and then There is considerable dissatisDemocratic nominees on the un- the Republican party and againet "We don't havo to cast an anch.not in company with uiyonfi. Nor derstanding that Ohio vauld go the votes of tholDQniocratic party. he signod tho bill prohibiting any shall any inhabitant ii any of the faction among tho Irish Democrats, or to wind ward."i ATTORNEY Af LAW . G for the Republican ticket. The .Maine. Vermont, Massachusetts, future contracts for convict labor towns within this jurtfdietHJH take and many of them will vote for "Republican promises: nigh strong in any of the prisons, reformatoBlaiiio. This, however, is moro tariff and low Democrats liavo all the time bas- and all tho Slates where any tobacco in any louse in any ani CouivcMouerles. VTill be .leisift to biead; Republican ed their chances for success on prohibitory laws prevails are ries, penitentiaries or jails in his town where he livetU with and in than offsot by tho disaffection results: No work and no bread." Collector, Real Estate Ageul .toe hi old customers, and will t(h iv.it thorn in jirice and quality. Call and secf the 153 votes from tho Southern strong RopnbKcftn States, and lie State. one amoug the German Republicans, work"Three hundred can point to no Dfemocratic Srate Ho signed a bill making labor- the company of any nore thn us. 'Quick dales and Srahil l'rsflito. which is deep and widespread. men unemployed." thousand States and ifew York and Indian. who useth dnuvetu HICKMAN, KY. H'pa't be undersold The Germans ha eit in their heads Virginia was considered tin? that has such a law. Resides, in ing mi preferred creditors when weed with aim at fJo4if West tim4,tHuder him "Burn thesa letters." one Southern Slate which tho Re- advocating the repeal of tho In- their employers fail or make an the penalty of sixjifenee ! each that Blaine is or has been a Prono has fir Will attcn(j Trofn(Ij to all "Blaine to Fishor: publicans had the best chance to ternal Revenue law's, he directly assignment. m auy hibitionist, and they can't disabuse earnod his, honors and wears them neM entrusted him ia South .cfStori Ho signed a bill creating a com- offense against thisf order, Keutueiv and Northwestern TennosFco their minds uf this belief, and carry; and their failure to capture opposes Air. Blaine's published 8jsCml.ui9!Hoa g'n en to the investing letter, in whioh Blaine suggests mission to investigate the condi- of the jMirticalars thereof, la be they will vote against him to a well. Clove-lanit proves conclusively that paid without gfinsayiag, u)on uou or L.anu titles, ami tiie RlMino'i; fijc: Bailee. depend on tho 153 votes the plan of making the tax on tion of teuemeuHiouses in Xew conviction ny thfc testiaMBii of man almost. Tho German clement can le sf Kos! Estate. fj liUv from the South. This shows that whisky perpetual and distributing York, and to report a method for one witness that is withoift ist in the State is very large. Here 2W Tort )lrtM I the fund between tli States. improving the condition of the in Milwankeo it is a common say the sreat battle is now transfer uiis-trate.exception, beforo any ono "I am not and never have been ing, 'As go the Germans, so goes uie owner ot anv coal lands vr HIOKHAJT red to Xow York and Indiana, and Houston denounces the Demo- occupants. 1 Q j "to " I'vThlinrg ros.l, 5 wika , . J tenemeMARBLE W0RE8 the election," and a local candi- iron lands, or lands of any charac- the Democrats.of those States are cratic party a being o; posed to He signed a supplemental LOJL frfin iliK:imii. Addr; cigar bill, which date who cannot command the Iter whatever, iiijlio, Il"oitifingJVrls, iubilant and eager for the fij;ht donating thepubho lauds for nt-house Uomeato4otuaUwQUers-.'iira:iji,as'aBZtiS'j SA3:trai)AVi.- fCo,i-- Lcvm.Mu hen tha Brooklyn with. New York. Gorman vote may just as well Icy TUitli'dnVofovcmbcrrTInf. - great set fight in A Itmlmjfcr any part of Ohio. Sor-e irL-- ' u... oili JIo J)t an earnest message to give up all hoj.es ot :m election haveor in any time owned a shjirc xrom uu samo ratio I at ijOUisviL-LEwas Oct. 10. Cirtait before the campaign opens as to 3SS. C- - S32&32SE.S &3. of 1SS0 wliich tho Republicans this by tho Democraflto secure the Legislature asking for an adcry thing. ThonDeuiocratic ditional appropriation to continue Judge If. M. Innley,of liionntai fight through it and meet certain of stock in any coal, iron or land " sustained in Ohio, will surely gie company in the State of Ohio." L0WEH and LOWER Mu- - defeat. Tho German mess in the Maine to II. S. Bundy. Cleveland and Hendricks tho House passed bills, declaring for work upon the new Capitol build- uiiiiiiiHiumucuiu DEALER IS . i State is almost solidly against Northern States. New York, Indi fcited millions nnd millions of ing, depicting in forcible terms xeti ti:ues utrcuti uourt All kinds of Groceries hnir, ide., S.9. "Find inclosed my draft for acres that the Republican party the injustice and hardship that The cjiusc of tho indictment isnie Blaine. Both of the Milwaukee .New Jersey, Connecticut ami ana, is clionji nu trill noi b4 payment of my sub- Italian ash Ameuican Maubms uiiderjiold. the cheapest. 25,000 in JOHN WJ'iTiNO. New Hampshire, and perhaps Cal had given the railroad monopolies, would ensue to hundreds of men arrest of John V. L. Brown, liii- - lvepnblican German papers bolted scription to tho Hope Furnace eniforuia and Oregon. Xew York to tho end tltat tha ffovernmeut having families denendinff unon ted States Donuty Marshal, sdne him the day after his nomination. terprise." Blniuc to J. X. MONUMENTS, TUMU AND GRAVK augnigivcit to actual sellers, ami them, should they be thrown out monius ago. .rsrown was afla Carl Schuru was hero a few weeks and Indiana alone will elect Clc '- inons moonshine hunter, ami iud ago and made a or losing Indiana, Xew York, tho Republicans of tho Senate of employment. telling "Received from James G. Blaine STONES. killed these bills. a mountaineer for Iho speeches. If thcro wero any G He signed a bill providing for arrested New Jersey and Connecticut, will being payment in full for Houston never attempted to the greater care of the savings of crime cf running a moonshine elect. So you see tho prospect doubting or lukewarm Germans, $25,000, in the association formA VINO received f. One lot of Amer2octs Lower than the L&rest The samo criminal as Mr. Sohurz converted them. A ono share is glorious, and ovsr. all the Re defend Blaine or the Republican laboring men and women in savican mid It:iH:tu itlurble, am ;rc ed for the purohaso of lands known part- from any of the numerous ings banks. wanted in the State court to appublican hosts we aro destined to' German politician, i: as the Hope Furnace Tract, situa pfircd to fill all orders. Call aud I have no clerk vxpenenn nn Morn rea charges of corruption, which are Was tho Governor an enemy of pear beforo Judge Finley, on "the Republican, assured in c bo victorious. mid pay cnah for all my that ted in Vinton aim Athons conn- - ur work from the countrj proaiptiy therefore can eell as cheapG'rocnlr. and on workinginen when he signed those charge of assault and battfry. Schurx was instrumental, he honmatters ot public record, but Orders as thi CBaf J. N. Dcnnison to these points was as silent as tho bills? Here aro ten measures at When the cause was called in est. Best brands of ranj-j estly believed, in converting 3,000 tios; Ohio." Victory in' the Air. Star Flour, io cents clwapar jbuu iL l, grave, thereby virtually admitting least that show his interest and court the prisoner was hot or '1,000 voters among tho Ger- Blame. u JOlfW ItlWivd Jt. Every indication points to their truth. care for the working men. Let forthcoming, and it appeared kat mans alone, to Clevoland's causo, It it tilt' Hume S'nrty. In referring tb the Democratic any one mention, if ho can, the lirov, n had tho fellow in jhil. during his short stay in WisconDemocratic success in tho Empire same RepubliIs not iStato. Xevor has thcro been so demand for a change, he did ar- name of any other Governor of Judge Finley ordorcd the deputy sin. The largo brewing element can party this the that disfranchised tho raign the Democratiojumusgeincnt the State of Now York who ever; to bring the man into court, &ut is stronglj- - opposing Biaine. and much onthusinsm in a political of Kentucky. Southern whitos and subjected He aftorwards did anything like as much for the Brown refused. campaign. Tho following special negro rule ? Is it not the them to He charged that the Democratic worWng peoplo as Gov. Cleveland stayed injeil to see that tlie State & same organization that sent upon dispatch gives some idea of the party of this Stato had broken has done. officials did not take the prisojor To Sktij TottRfSioc Voters. KENTUCKY STREET, us the horde of carpet bag adven- BOOT AND away from him. On accouuttof From Kat'.titl Am tkh. immensity of Thursday night's de- down tho penitentiary walls and SHOE brought convict labor in competiconstantly on hand fo ki. this clash between the State and It is currently reported and be- turers and supported and upheld Cstrretit faliilcs. monstration: KEEPS sale tion with honest labor by hiring authority, Judge Finley lieved that the branch ollico of theso political vandals? Is it not Federal HORSES, BUGGIES and HACKS. Tho county Democracy and Irv- the convicts to work, Governor nendricks says IndiSIIOR Xortli Wet corner of the party that originated tho force twnnty-fQii- r Ilaxine Durchnsed the rihIiU knt ing Hall joint demonstration in be- mines ; but ho refused in tho coal ana will certainly give a Demo- sent Brown to j:.il forcourt, and to- tho.Republican National Commit- bill, tho civil rights bill and othor and Tror Arcniics, Enut Hickman, Ky., to tell hours for coutemptSof and etdiro outfit nf W it ti.in.. . tee, now located in Nashville and B2rSniufictiun guaramccd. half of Cleveland and Hendricks bearers, what is a fact, that in his cratic majority. we propose !o continue th bnsintts, and day Finley was indicted. Finley 1$ :; in charge of the lion. Church measures intended to oppress and all April. this evening exceeded anything the States where the Republican the Southern people? Is solicit patronage' lcw York Democrats aro bet- prominent (diameter in his partof IIowo, is a moneyod institution, annoy the party whoso pross ami of alike character that has ever party is in control, the penitentia- ting on 30,000 majority for Cleve- the State, lie was once united and that tho purpose in bringing it not been attempted in this city. In ry convicts are in tho man- land in that State. States District attorney here, and $L00,(KH to Tennessco is tho pur- politicians have so long, so maliworked the immediate vicinity of Onion ufacture of shoes, saddles, harciously and so cruelly abused tho IjiROeERY Mr. Blaine is represented as a distinguished himself by kicking chase of votes. This would not South, and so basely misrepreSquare all the 'streets were ness, furniture, wagons, United States Marshal Wcdon &c, and BOOTS AND SHOES. thronged by pedestrians soon af- thus brought in competition with physical wreck, a mere shadow of O'Xeal out of his offico on ono be believed for a moment if it sented our social status and politwere not known that tho Repub ical position 1 ter dark. Fourteenth street be- honest, freo labor, what ho was a year ago. occasion. lican party depends in a great tween Third avenue and BroadThe Democrats and Groenbnck-er- s The whole truth is, that, both measure, and has for years, on the way became impassable at au earJames Buchanan is running for of Pennsylvania havo fused the Democratic andRcpublican use of money at tho polls. ly hour. At 7:30 Irving Place be(DAVIS' OLD STAND-.Congress in Now Jersey and Zach-ariaKeeps in slock the very Beet Mstirfa!, C'oiiiM'cticnt Promised for Clciclnnd. Tho making up an Executive and kofpsonly Ibe beal workmen. Wr!S tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth parties are opposed to working on Presidential Electors. Taylor in Tonuossce. Xeur York Diapateh to C'liirago convict labor in competition with AU kinds of guaranteed. Repairing ssHtiled Committee of very rich men was Jay nubbell, the great Rcpubli- streets was packed with a solid free labor, and this 'is (the way a can "soap" man, has been defeat- - .Representative Mitchell of Con- of itself a significant fact, taken mass of men struggling to got near Piinco Edward, son of Jho STAPLE AMD FANCY GROCERIES "I feel quite sure in Michigan. necticut, said: will carry Connec in connection with tho history of Prince of Wales, will travel in the doors of the Acadomv and fair debater would argue it, but od for that Cleveland party. That Indiana was carIrving Hall. All the streets in convicts accumulate on a State s Candidate St. John opened his ticut, lie will got a great many the in 1SS0 by paying for votes Canada and tho United States usually kept in a house, atbot THE and they must be cared for or BARTER GROCERY- the neighborhood wore filled with with the announcement Republican votes. Tho independ- ried the day of election is now as next year. torn prices. turned loose they nui'si be work- campaign on people on their way either to the - J- - ir. MONTGOMERY, V that he would poll ono million ent Republicans aro well organ- well known and as generally adTEAS, FAffCY VAN DIES, Academy, Irving Hall or the ed and mado to help pay their oyvn votes. lo his friends and Ibe ized and are doing effeotivo work. mitted as that Tilden and Hen1'J CKLES ba has opened a new and frtehpublic thai A T, MIX square- - Thousands were turned expenses or they must be fed, supply of Their cominittco send out about dricks were electod, but counted Mr. Wm. Wyse, a moneyed man away from the Acadcmv hflfijmso clothed, &c.j by a direct tax on of Family Gkoclkics, wMob he' orjts all kinds as low as the lowest. He is. rea(fTxirjiERiirEs, Jioxixr, tn oue in 1S7S. ' the people. There is a difference of Xow York Oity, is freoly bet- as many documents will sell OF FUIiTOSf, 51T. A i they could not present tickets of Republican or Democratic comdy at all lines to eieiiRiige Groceries at here, as citizens.as to If Mr. Church Howe is ono hunune crowd in ana between individualp$W, but 'there ting on 50,000 majority for Cleve- mittee, and they only send them auunsBion. cat b prices fgr Bulter, gg, Calekcnt, r is said and believed, with land in New York State. wound Union Square was estima- which is the 'best any kind of marketing that the fartiing to those who apply for them. dred thousand dollars looking at ted by men who saw the great Un is no issue, not the slifcbtest, be in. Ben Butler undortook to make There aro a great many RepubliSsagar, Coflccs, Soitis, Src. friends may bring paid. Tbo bigLt :l star fact at ket price always ion meeting there in 18G1 as five tween the Democratic and Repub- a speech at Kalamazoo, Mich., but cans who intend to vote for Cleve- Indiaua, Maine, Ohio, in .iin historv of the Republican par J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. times as large as the war meeting. lican parties on this question. tho people wouldn't listen patient- land, but they say nothing S?Will not be undersold. about ty xvo cannot doubt as to the. Houston's positiohr by inference, Will pay full price for Butter, Egga, &c There were certainly 5,000 people it. They aro quiet men who go to mode of using the money. ly and he left the speech Discounts l'Kpcrand Loans Money, 3nys in the Academy of Music, 2,000 in is that he favors locking the contho polls and vote without making Taking this viowof it, and bring- and Sells Excirange on any Point in tho victs up, keep them in idleness, Irving HallT 50.000 around the of the United Stales, Pound, German Presi- any fuss. I know a single block ing it right home, wo liavo in our People Generally.Soticits Accounts Tronipt SqareT 12,000 on Fourteenth street making only State.parlor boarders Collections and in Xew Haven in which fourteon colmiclst an agency with inonoy oxodent of tho Independent Repuband on Irving Place, and 25.000 in of them, and cotfinei tile Remittance at Current Kate of Exchange ers to support them. This idea of lican Committee of Wisconsin, Republicans reside. Twelve of lected in taxes from tho pooplo to A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. the parade. The stoops of all tho ballot-bothem aro against Blaine, and most Jos. SOHM, konses fronting on the square Houston's, in this State, would says ho is certain Cleveland will of them, perhaps tho whole twelve, bo used in corrupting the The best mako ot th cdcbrat cause tho necessity of an addi- carry Wisconsin no matter how commanded a premium, as did tho will vote for Cleveland, but thoy Columbus 0X0- tional penitentiary and it is the Ohio goes. W. DIESTELBRINK Ivecr .windows of the business houses do not talk any. Tho independtho very lest mnkes of Beer, fresh , and the hotels. The four stands execution of tufa very Houston Tho Democrats aro polling riiiladciphia Record says: ent Republicans will vote for Tho and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to ' idea that necessitated the increase Clove-lanaround tho square the Tildcn, of Returns havo been receiv- Clovoland, but they will support "There is no doubt that Mr. fcrve customers. the State tax for which ho the Hancock the Soymonr and f will sign any tariff bill upon the elec their party's candidate for iox- ed from about tho MeClcan were all surroundtion districts of tho State. Those ernor. Ilonco Cleveland will run which the two'ITousos of ConKept for sale, at a bargain, at thfr Liver? Houston arraigned tho Demo- received make a showing that is ed by crowds, each ono alone begress may agree. So, too, would and Sale Stable of cratic party fox. the mismanage- at once surprising and gratifying ahead of our Stato ticket, but I ing a big mass meeting. From FARIS & PARKER. bclievo wo will win ou both tick- Hr. Blaine. No President has 8:30.mrtil II o'clock Union Square ment of the Asylums, and drew a to tho Democratic managers. space lo camo all articles, but no over yet taken tho responsibility ets." trouble to show poods. eomed ablaze with torches. Dur- horrid picture of tho murder of of vetoing such a bill. poor Allnutt, oLouisville, a lu(Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) andomo and 9oe, at tho corner of Troy ing tho evening In tho State elections of 1882 Tho Brooklyn Eagle says were natic, and Moscow Avenue. East llickari, Ky : "Michwho it ig charged was killed out of a total vote of 8,011,407, insot off, bombs were burst in air. by two : Tho Kopubli-enn- s l to attend cluding Greenback and Prohibi- igan is admittedly tremblings the rid red and blue lights burned. JFlsli Bcliverti Free. him. U is true, was un- tion, the Democrats had a majori- balance, tho danger there being of Tennessee aro claiming "We tho State will deliver fisli to any part of the so strong that the Star Route can- that State by 40,000 majority. DEALER tit Houston" was advertised to fortunate in hxvintr tsvo mean ty of 'M9,G49 over tho Republino Leave for AND was cans and a majority of 195,055 over didate has consented to visit the The same party claims that Blaino city ordercharge dock, delivering. Uorrs. wrot.ches.for nurses! but, it your spwakin Hickman, Tuesday, the unfair or at J. at the m Houston not to tell his the Republicans and a majority of Stato in an endeavor to rally his is honest. SEEMANN.&DRO Family Groceries 14tn. He came in Monday, and hearers that- wavering forces. Even in J0wa, tireo : two nurses 195,G55 overall. which fonr years ago gavo GarConl, Conl, Coal. night: Why havo been indicted hyIemocrauc f will his ASD ALSO, The Executive Committee of W have enough Pittsburgh COAL on did ho speak ahead of his own ad- - officials and' tried on the charge From RInlno'M teller to Xinxliltau. field nearly 80,000 plurality a party has Imiid to supply the town. Only 45cU. per National Prohibition shout of dismay is heard from "Two dollars a day is 2?et, Seines, Lines, all'tindtf rertised time! Was he afraid of murder, .jjgjjfc vear Gov. But- for anv mechanic, and no enough encampment ul mo tunuigan tho tho . a Ulsalcs for Sale. designated October 29 "as a day box at the bin. laborer ler, of Massachusetts, investigaof lisliing Tackle and Supplied, at euard TNYO One Mulea j some Democratic .speaker would ting tho AftvluffjB fasting, humiliation and confes FRENCH & PLUMMEU. for sale. Anidv to Groceries and painily Supplwa'gai and an appeal is mado for in that State- oncht to'bo paid more than cno ance from other quarters. assist- of 3 w. . fc on hand to answer him? C.1I. UU15DA11D. erally man- dollar per day j; sion." charged f hatltUKeiuhtican IS5 WKMS -- QQUHHt bOUSTGlTS PPBEGfl' AT eers we) star vine: tho inmr.tes . LLMAJgT A . . -- -- - -- Lnrs. A WORD FROM WISCONSIN. a xniiBTs r,Hrn:Ko.'.l'oi.iTis. There are thoso who oppose Faykttuville, O., Sept. 22. statutory restrictions,- - evo in S9rin ratlc nsiistRcrN E'fc--l Editoh of this Pilot: I adit at Ssucceart. these liberal days, because they mire the stand yon take for CleveJnterforo too mnch with personal land and the Democratic party. ("i ) ('uiiiioctlcut'M Anti-Tobac"iWr-Joarn- ul r1 Attorneys at Iaira, . mi i rukn-.- - f: l IiHixMim-ni- s ..!.. n 1 s.lf-ini- :l f - runM-)urii- r - .1 1 fttiM.h-- bm--ii tnni-ft- , ! an-thori- ty an.1.-.i- j n i 1 - -- Lfc I-in Bondurant Xrcury, T -- !". -- thr ht Anti-monopol- y Two-third- DR. BJRJS. i y I 1 y O J. W. EOGERS, EOCERIE.S, - , ta-am- tlt e d pm-chr-p- e - TIMBER - X.-A.HSri- D. in-oiu- S i-losses tfL if i to-y- i T , , I 1 J i i S"1 " 3 1 . Den-niso- n. t half-doze-n ns-tiller- well-know- n n oeries 1 fin-ley- 's o" Witi-nher- g . i Imlh mmkm, Mo-co- w FAEIIOABE sale livery stable FUMAm. Faris Parkes, lAMILY E. GLAZIER. h -- first-clas- -- FULTON BANK R- announ-XtX- ca CE-XE- A -- ae-cim- cr -- Capita, 850,000.00.' unfin-ishei- l. Ex-Go- v. TIYOLI HALL. -- tax-pa- y S SALE x. Prop'r. Hli-noi- s. d one-hal- Family s. It! 1 ?!K- N ii l. Emms, sky-rocke- ts nwses-eamloye- d Courier-.Tourna- G KOOSBIE! F. B. CASE, V". piece-Monda- y LI Hooki-yrn- abat-gai- n. - W : f- - v lAr ' - v. .s : -- & I