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ErTVBLOPES, LETTER-HEAS8, - - Office Helnzo Building--, Clinton Street GEORGE WARREN, Editor. s f, ' mm Oltlest KewspupDr 1" Wcstu IContuclcy 1SS4. Conscience. ixTTriT.'rioiTS. PRICE OF SUBSCUJPTIOX, SL50. l 1p TABiiHET) 1S59: : HICKMAy- - FPM'ON COUNTY. KENTUCKY jj?Rii)AY, OCTOBER 24. tho Emperor of Frauco regarding aIcx-icBlnlne aujvao Emds. hi the crisis of our civil war and a taiehSjd EXPOSED. tlmt taken toward Mexico itself by Mr. Blaine, and ask himself whether tho party which followed and trusted LinApril 21. 1S.8 ry28, 17i. coln and Seward can put its confidence in the pusillanimous, invertebrato charlatan who chansed the grateful regard of Mexican statesmen for the Lho..,i,Ut Itf.i I, or "Us cty next &&teok United States into scornful resentmont. bonds ofany other rjaffii,om wiui Colonel A No. a thousand limes, no, Mr Blaine load, or auy buingreome on hero. I hsve is not a representative American. From tho moment when Washington sent vrltl? ra."ft,im2;yrlev,nff tbat u very a y. arranrw Jay to England to avoid war by all hon- utily or remotely, mout may bo made for auingsny ?3W,M. orable menus to the period when tho i mo nave an accu firm and wise attitude of Lincolu and rate and ro'iablo t of your financial Seward hold at bay the cagr hostility condition, and I can that threatened intervention in our civil do something. J fool verr KnntHiinr xpitii war American foreign policy ha beon ihomas A. teott.', one of unswerving loving peace, seeking justice, and fearinp Mr. Tlsher's Letter, nothing-- . ovemoer 15. 1671 It is no more cmbodie J in tbo o 1 ETC., ETO, .VOL. XX.-n- 6T OAX1X4 AITX) SX130 TJ MATILDA'S REWARD Matilda IJvcd dpo'i a"fara In A legha. y County, And happiness upon her life Did tsbcd its goId:n bounty. Eht-Uf- Ehe I A tetter Published in Ker York Wherein 4ccny. And wbilo sho did theo.thlng3,sho fcalljd lie Details tho Circumstances of Mr, "Abouc lour miles off lived oid And fati?a pleasant riitty. Joj'u Dennnclation of Mr. Squire Griffin, and as he had a honw-fu- l And listiaiedmot cpitbcr girls of little children, he imported a Dlniuc. uu Kionacu uio city. BW Taukeo from Massachusetts to teach They'd SRCAlta t"io farmer's llfo them, lie was a right hai.dsome young pottoire. And place the imnJsoiric brown-ston- e The following letter appearod in tho frost follow, this teacher, a graduate of ono Abovolhe humMc of the best colleges, and very gentle- New York papers on tho morning of manly and reliued in all his actior.s. lb.o7th: And to hor they would dnlly eay. In manner stranpsly vocal: His name was Harry Estcrman, and nnooKtvr.v. V. V.. Oct. C 1S8L The gir who stars upon tho farm ToGrrscnvi It. A. At.".ih, CanlklHt? for ho became quite a favorite in the neighWill havo'to ved a 'yokel" " gio (.ubema'orial Offico in Mlot irn mr borhood. Sir: Tbo puhficaiion of your telegram to Mr. " Harry and Belle met at a "ball giv- Jamo f, Jof. of Detroit, hut imtilUh J.oudon, now in ana lilir nJV. PflinnfU mitn Those girls nil to tho cur went tliu fgnu en bv one of thn nlrintpr ...... .w usiml of an , . .v.v nnil'tlm ..u..... intern vwitbhinia: hi houo, at or CmtuUDVea--Iov- c marry men' wHV land'trad goli! ae, w, at tirot atpht-anAna noia a nigra position. an inacsoa oi thing. I don't believe atrinsthiin. I is tho sensitive and Public hnv in love myself, but these young people "no public presUio story or that interview Dut after years had floated by. inuuu mwjgrity oi wie American man oi e "opPAb e board of n private hnute. did, and a terrible tragedy followed. These girls becann? irss eiuiny. I,.' "" "3 me utterance or a puolso man about a oiisiness embodied in the greed, tricky, An J In their wrinkle leirned rioh men a father's opposition: shifty and dishonest advonturor arid mau l "aJ a r,l?nt to mention it poor men, wed for taoney. Like nt . .T a'no"lf "Old man Norton had never liked J),'Ji"11ranialtn.intlraato friends. In what speculator who wioto the letters to Mr. , Then, broken-heartedthey returned, and imper.'oct story Harry in fact the old fellow, even in i"'r" lew got into tho newspapers I of tht rishor. Ar. 1 'lima (Itul.) And in. the country tarried: do nut terl"ln'y not with my knowledge or those da3's, was a rank believer in seAnd e'en tho "yokels" woood them not 1Y,' f Tho "yokc!s'r all wero married. rm.M'?.Iea,,JV,neS!0 reports you cession and bated everything of a ol "eccsary to 31akc Charges. to Mr. Joy In London: Northern origin, lie had" tolerated the The girls were sorry that the e'er "DErHorr, Sept. DO, It is not necossarj for tho Democrats Did from the country sever. rtrown. Shipley & Co.. LorMion: young teacher at first out of respect for TjW-ear- o ne oGer H Because they knew their city llf- to "upotnt committee to suit to state and elucidate a single charge Southern hospitality and the opinions Kn.iL1"?.1 Had Eh&Ircd them all forever. I'.oak b ihIh off his of his old friends, but when he discov- him hi .?,,enr-- r w arU "eoohor says you tokt against James G. Blaine to demonstrate not only his shameless, constant and ered that Harry had fallen in love with sakl noth-nof Matilda gtajedupon.the farm, . his daughter and she was guilty of tho "Ti . - i "" saau soon see. it was easy the systematic corruption, but also the unifor versality of popular belief in that corrupHer parents." cosy treasure. same foolishness, he was furious raved " " io repiyi And in the work she did for them Tn.... . n .a. tion. The i.ewspapors that now vie She nothing knew but pleasure. like a devil and swore by all tho gods novri Doiroit, Mieh.: Hlaine with each other to be cons.dercd tho T that ho would shoot tho" 'cussed Yan ?Pd?.D!c anv ottcr to Pl'olnt a One day sho In the village heard n,.t0 uiUnB in an' kee' if he ever caught him on his place icr anj coasMeruUon ninnncr or form or loading Blaine organs have in their moThatgoqdtaldFarnvf Plutnmor of any kind whatever. ments of sobrioty and candor in tho Was making money taking in again. He had a stormy sceno- - with Town boarders Tor tho summer.' his daughter, but she clung to hor faith ti?l 21t send 0 Mai tl10 following narra-SJiJ- i. past furnishod those who now oppose you ,nav 'opetui njKMi it Mr. Joy their candidate with all the ammuniFull soon they had upon tho farm and refused to give her lover up. accuracy; tion that they nilwc?.'?,ra',k,t,t8 A score of cltv pcop'c. "But henceforth tho lovers wero ?r.M anyone of tho sewral aentie-?-t This is true withcould possibly desire. Which made Matilda's father feel a very few oxceptious. wore.lU ? ith roe. nor will more careful, and wero obliged to con-fin- c As tall as any stcpplo. Not a lPW cninlf i,n:'s "i' at he Even the Mew York Tribu .e and Bost-u- i g their to stolen inter- samesobtantial 6taiement have Ven imule Journal have To cut the story short, a man, at one time or another In views, anti this pool was selected as bj Mr. Joy to others not infrequently. W ho d been an early comor. Toward the cloe of the dinner their existence indicated doubts of Air. the trysting place. It was theu a beauDid like tho place o well that ho iOll. POiltlfflt ini4tffrl warMbitMutiinu.! .. .I Blaine's paprobity. Stayed longer than th6 summer. nmrinic tiful spot The undergrowth was a tuo other t i nys Itialnc's fa lure to receive pers of 2ew York But the leadingWest State and the" nomination that went tangled, mass of flowers, the trees al- moko wiili contemptuousto Ha e. Mr Joy And even whon the golden rod the Troy Times, Albany Journal, severity of Mr. Ulow round tha m adow edge. lowed tho moon to drop through their ii ame. and gave this "Whi-a Express Buffalo Commerci tl, II" with tho fanner's daughter walked green branches and bathe in the water in tuly 0eTed in rernrd to certain lands BuffaloIltndil, Down lanes by shadj hedges. in which I was Interosua a Ut.ca Cincinnati Commercial that was then as clear as crystal. The committee wa about to bo spiKjintcl by Con- And whon tho last leaf on the tree stolon interviews of those happy lovers i,re-- 3 lo pxamino the nia'tor. illaine being Gazette, Chicago trtbunt and mauyoth-or- s have recorded juderments against In WeakiNovofnbcr tarried. I,ou?- - T.:roujih a lreud I ? . The bellspehlcd from tho villase church, did not long remain a secret. They aKeajir ot,tbc Ulalno to have one sound lawyer Mr. Bla ne, upon whiclfthe Democratic wore betrayed by a negro and old Nor- appomteJonthatcomnuUee, I did not eare One day, and tncy ttvrv married. or which partv. 1 simpy want'd a sound party ought to be willing to rest its case ton's revenge was an awful one. And now her calm and happy life. lawjer In atat any time. present "Bullc had been in the habit after all wonlthrouKha day or two Mr. Iilmne sent me tempt or these Thoapers to painful Mr. With simple duties ladin. ... a fnend that he bad j make ii ii jiAnd me cn.vy oi cnon M)ur the house had retired of leaving hor bonds, and that if 1 would wml.te Biaino's past reputable in view of what discontented maiden. at par I oculd have comroom and spending a happy hour with him to place th-IL K. Munnittrick. in V. 1. Ltdgtr. mittee a.s I wanted " I can not with their unbiased her young and ardent lover at this wnat cutting scorn It Joy leaned torgctin his calculated to verdicts have been is not Mr. convince thoir readers chair and sail: ' That Is the man buck pool. hialnei," aridbcMlded: "I refuse.l the offer, and as or make their social ploading respeo A SUWAXXEE ROMANCE. the courts settled the matter, no com- ed. How like a prophecy the following, father's crime. "Itwa3&i beautiful night in June, mittee was appo ntI.'' The IMcttircsqttc Country Which Is to At that time I knew nothing of the lands in from the Buffalo Commercial of May G, be Found Aloti-- r the Hirer imnliw the moon was at its full stnd the heav- question, nor of the bonds alluded to. but 1 now reads: I mtly Mr. "Joys opinion of ens were clothed in splendor. A cool did Kdmunds only added force to the fact that The Story or a Florida f4rt breeze swept over the swaying trees Jamoj G. Blame. What chanstM .Mr Jov s If Hlaine manages by ho'.k orctookdio can notion and !e I him to nominee Mr. Iilmne at not et it any other My to get the t h cao With a StrminC nnrt. Pathetic and from the shadowy lool copse tho whip- - the Chicago Convention in 1N I do not know. nomination, h s partv will lie put upon the History. be found out bv or I'vui-tiiwith they nuiv Uj u? IJliMUlltU VUllIIIg. It can proba'Jyertain great daily newsparers are ashamed,a candidate of wnoe record busi-neThe Suwannee river, curving like a During the day old Norton had been the editors or t langtiaee b whose future make the who hardly found enough tor men afraid ot him who would le eon-t-ihorseshoe, makes sonic strange inden- unusually grave and silent,- - seernin" yea. to hucigli against Mr. Il!aine. an I who mtly ivpo-eiudepeudeut tures in its banks, forming wooded pools absorbed in his own reflection:?. His now can not r.nd Iauiruage to pour onterupt newspaper in the hyeiery trniv whose eleccountry: and who do not redolent of romance and song, Manv manner towards his daughter had filled uron the irenthe Presidentialpprfv of phteing tion, should that be ror;ht about bv some Mr iihiino n aiwncy. would arc the myths and legends connected her with vague dread. He had only 1 shalt not prolong tni let-e- rchair. narrating-M- mysterious demavojrism. be regarded as this by triumph of with this river, which on three hides answered her questions in monosylla- viewl)laine'sviesof the matter in an interThat is what the election would sig-niime which took tlaco alter m. bounds the county that bears its name, bles and watched her every movement $peoohwith ( oopcr Union duriuv the darfie d a' but to the tnumph of demagogisin and one in particular deserves to be with furtive scowling. But she attrib- canvass at hit. own re lutfrt. in the ItfUi Aie-nu- c wumnst also add tho triumph of cor1 can hard y believe that he hits Hotel. rescued iroin oblivion. .. uted it all to the fact that he had hron forgotten that. ruption. Eight days later the', ommerrinl . tii (nlf Riding out there the other day J.ounlnii v iiiiuavii w UIJ- iroUlV 4IO inQ 1 can no Out aduiit tbo ln"o nitabie rluck declared ome more frozen truth as folf 1 a'iJl"."un twelve miles jaunt brought me to a J brandy bottle and was manifestly under withwbith Mr. UiaJ no is def. nding him. Hf low s ftJD5t Mich a clou of chnrirp4 ai it ar 9IoTroOfctlin-- cabin. fatiimlm- - to Outj-jdof a ringol politicians wbrHbave , nponnii.fl " iiV. itiirnr. r'tiv.Tfsrci - r.. tnnS'SRSJfiLIK7 ('Xi.-liH- . Lttl I&U7CrVu0 v v .'.-"-" ?nd. grunted" out a good uiignc anu went iu:i nnd hltinamttU."lL!:)U'U!,3rl'rrta0j.iV1.eu 11 . irgfhim JUidut-Jt-I usoiiiv' .rtTwe 'ike iJi"yjE- - rtrFTh cyclopedia of Scenes and times fin his own rodm. Belle also retired, but judgment ulsctuiiIoos i,i 111 t po.iti-r.t-. c uu nui ana umnu waminir. mi I in IV rf 'idnv tlir- jlKtin,' Florida for fifty" years past. I failed' to not to sleep. To-nigr she was to meet pagt-ao- i urn i r 'lie nurwoniiisu find him at home, but with the perfect her lover to arrange for ber flight and tweentru.d i.l untruth, a W'lbn.-y.'ii"'- ! Legihlaturp. The mrm'cr of the Nat oual mucu then was in d a to t e ro t yJ- freedom born of long acquaintance 1 marriage. After waiting half an hour. tioui. Ii .t shrt graUtiii.ir h s ambition 1 nt, witti a ' " ' a" h.s ttirer-- i liinj know nowhim as a man impuli.u-rtotnurk ;iArioil cial dlsocsition and a briin.tn' rhft'rKl1' iook possession oi nis place at once, ; ntit'l nil .VN.W..H tho Iiouqn ww-- '. ...wu ...w .,Ub.. .... filioni sive, ('aiig, ous a'ld U'ireiiabv. picity. Mr Blaine malei an al turner! his mule into the adjacent lot and rapped in slumber, she stolo quietly "These be strong words my mastbut would mkf a d iiijrerou" "' fi ' n" 1 ensconceu my iireu norse in uic stall out ami Imrrictl Iovingl' over the path ta ' you to excuse n y ad v to tno the-- e s er?," but none too strong for the appli' o, of Jaurcaivuw by a eonstd erstwhile occupied by the long eared she knew so well. mounts, it was, however. lnt Just to you to cation that was made of them. How basso profundo of the cotton patch. beyourtcsegnim can a newspaper fact? its own honest point out how mtloaduc "But another one had been there Then, lighting my favorite p"pej 1 started fore her. Her father, after bidding her to 'At. Joy. ami how icrelvant to the subject of less than live months ago matter was bis reidsv inior a fctroii along uie ouiiks ot tt.o clear Asone-oriicunsnnco-tigsolf-icspe-- Tho duties of housoKecvin uso-- l to chum and make tbo Tiicsad And cake, and do tho sweeping. to holphTinothTin parts, r.nd fairly worshiped his one AN ADDED SORROW. child; but e bad tho temper of a demon when aroused, and knew noither law. gospel or reason. His house was about a m.ie from tho pool. You can Mr. Bcoohor's Recollections of Jae F. Joy's Statement. fee tho rums now. The house was fired Dy the negroes during the war, and rfio wholeplaco has gone to ruin aDd The d'rautl OU r.trtj's The French and Their tfocKW SCHOOL A3D CHURCH. gu stato-mon- ir rtffin5.l2KliE mi,an ". oi - sold i 'ithtf "; . . The St. Louis Globe has a wholesome Watchmakers in dull qwajiflef and interesting article entitled "Mis- Paris derivo good fixed placed Confidence." It is uu the tend- boing employed to at;en&cesto The quoition: the cliimney clocks of prospusjgSW-geois- . ency of the time?. "Whom can wo trust?" it says, "L Punctuality is noLff,.Alch heard on even' hand." "To betray a virtue, and half an hour's 1 igwen trust has always beon justly regarded at private dinner parties ti as an almost unpardouablesin." g"a5it "So At public dinnezs-thone enn tell effects down at about an hour after u,ttae may be." "Tho Hebrew Scriptures Knocilin.cl in the cards of invitallfa. are nowhero more impressive than in Kailwav clocks on tho fasades of-- . their denunciations of the violators of minuses arc live minutes in iwlyanee 0 trusts." It even assumes the role of 1 those inside. An appoijtraoti3 Hebrew prophet, and declares that "the hardlv ever punctually koPt' mart becomas year bv year not j betta was ono of tho rare FroncHwa mor but less trustworthy. That is tho who are always to the minute!' Bifais whole cao in a sentence. Facts of ' Jricnd M.Spuller sometimes givesjjm-commo- n observation do not nc onl with self a couple of hours' marglsM. that tho world is getting 1'lcmenccau piques himself n tfe ob- r.eucr anu oetter, anu graduallv grow- - ervance of social dutio?, andus fji'this Lmillumiluni. ' "HmnanHv b not I respect a. im pattcija Radical;bgUehe inc-lni- '" :m ji&-vite- d. q howfsr-roachingt- he a-- 5m-avora- ge the-thoor- y 1 The finest church organs in Europe are made at Turin, Italy. The University of Mississippi is fieo to all the world, and to both sexes. Somo of the Atlanta (Ga.) churches are using chairs for seats instead of the benches or pew3. The late Francis B. Hayes, of Lexington, Mass.. in willing avvay 88,000,-or more, left $10,000 each to Harvard and Dartmouth Colleges and Berwick Acadamy.-rjtojt- on Vost. If you slecolri a conspicuous place in the ehnrcb, you not only produce a depressing effect upon the preacher, but you run the risk of making yourself the langhing-stoc- k of that considerable clas? of people who como to church to amuse themsclvo3. Religious old-tim- e W r i,. .i li. Biaino's LctterViFlsh lUlaine s Iet'cr written or, October 5, R. for Fisher to sign. "1 note what ypusay 'Thotranactlonwas ptrfectly open, and about the lmpottanee of my keeping allquiPt tlf'ro was no more lure. I fully nrpreel- - 'ecreoy in rogani to it nto your wisdom anitlun if jouhad been your kindnes.?, and btjinguouroreugar. shall endeavor to do Ju-- t as yo 1 desiro In the preniitcs." Statomcnt in Blaine's Lcttertol'sb-ljiiine'- s or. October t, 13. ' House. April Si, 1S77. My whole omnec-kno- w No ono will over from mo that I tfcn xvith this road has have disponed of a Ken open as day. single dollar In Maine. whenever conceal-Sthere ueed bo noirnt .a desirable embarrassinentmtalk- - afoidance is dcs.rable. Ing with Mr. Caldwell. "1 asks risiiKB TOMa ronniM. Ficher to Bin ne, Ko- - ' flame to Fisher. April IS. 178. vember. 8. 18 I. I have placed you In I w ant you to send pe a letter such as the you Coslttons whereby very inclosed dratt. "You ame iaro sums or money e aboutthe purohas'-- r jaoiwuor the without one dollar of i expense to vou. andtionds on precisely the terms that evorv ought not to e jou cut the act on my partoiher b tyer re-e- i el. Or nil the parties for them in inflected with tho Litrleetuilmeiiu, running Fort Smitljovor 11 considerable Rock k Hal road, no one haptnod, Just as others been fortunato aldid." yourself in obiuininr. i money out of it. in aoont otr.R ni? doin'os. lllnlno s I etterto Letter to FUh' or, Nov. !. .l. ier. ....1 10. isit'. ' 1 wish you to send no 1 do not wish to seom a letter such as the ci Iinitortuimteuwl troub- c!o.od dratt. "Col tesoine; but if jou cealmcntof the lavo Knew tne agonies 1 ment and evervtblw have su1ered in this connected with Itwouli matter during the pat uavo been ory ottsr mx monws you would ha I concealment boea pity me. lam sure, ami great edorts to desirable; but vour tkm In the whole raav relieve ine. Pray let me tor Has as open and know whut I am to as the d.iy." 'jiect. o for-$atnA o.v-fa- ir Kxrossn. t0,-...I-ltt- la TittKD r.AL,sEnot Exrosrn. "iechor ,Ar-f5E- C tne oontran, the Who can bo trusted ?T mirrfrr.cti fh'nLfV thoughtful mind the projab lity that St Paul knew what he was talking of whon ho said that the end of the Christ-tia- u dispensation would be chacicricd by grievous times,' by 'lovers of self, lovers of money,' and by traitors.' " In the face of all this, which every intelligent person knows to be true, tho Globe and many other representatives of the Republican part;- - proposes to make Mr. Blaine President ot the Vuitcd States, to bold up as an example to tho youth of this country a man of an attempt to betray for money his public trust as Speaker of tho self-convict- ed n&oreianu 1 Hcra'd. ' KBSBiiam-JVritfiuukca.an-.apno- House. "ul-sanr- hri? love-makin- n ce-u- in i sr-o- FOURTH 4l ttr s s d 1 r I in 1M. !7. I am not afraM to Itezard this letter as show the let teis. Thank strictly confidential God Alnii.'liiy, 1 um Do not show it to any not ashamed to slow one .. .11LKN THIS LUTTUIt. them. WRITES AS IXDOKnilR',T Or HIMSM.V. I want you to sead me a letter suck as the enclosed draft. . . . It will be a favor I shall never forget If you will at once wiite me the letter and mail the same ovemng Juuus G. Blaine. I Blaine before the Blaine's letter to cr, ADr e. rAkStHOOD EXTOSEO. Fish-Hou- o y, I have defied the power o' the House to compel mo to produce thof letters. J uiseo j. lnaliio. i enclose letter iron """" important mui for to nave toward us, and I orJ win tnat , "- HB DEFIES TUB 1I0U. IMrOltTINT m t roa THBM. 1 !.. nn1SnTn?)frSfha n-- tv ail riifht was niaino is an e !'; rS r O'm-PY- V.": CUI1M ,w ...u4 to Mtu uuianril lu Ill- A?-2K?l- fi g00d.ight, had gone to his room.Uken old river. It a lovely day. own his heavily-loade- d gun ami left Not a cloud obsc tred the sicy and the tnc hollsCe By a roundabout way lit wind, mown irom oa me htruatn. 'was roj,n,i tip to1. r.nr.fiilli ami suftiv cool ami uciighttui to the senses. crcoping near and peering through the The steep, precipitous banks were bunes, he saw young rtenuan stand lined with briars and bush; strange mg gaziug tiioughttuiiy into tne peacecolored glimpses of light betokened the ful depths where tbo moon bad left a presence of bud and llowcr. i path of silver. From swaying limb3 and pendant "Kaising the gun to his shoulder he twigs the mocking-bir- d fluttered his took careful aim and fired. The youug quaker garb and poured out his heart lover gave a quick, convulsive" stsrt in sweetest melody. The drono of and, without a groan, fell heavily into fell faintly on the air, rent and the water. Belle, half way to the place torn at times by the wild scream of the of meeting, heard the shot and saw a hawk, tho pirate of the air. grim form creepingoutof the shadows. The path I pursued was a now one to She stopped a moment and pressed bet me, but as it followed tho river bank hand to her heart in muto and tremclosely and always in sight I had no bling terror. fears of going astray. . "Another moment and her fathet gripped her arm and whispered hoarsely A "ROMANTIC SPOtI y Four miles ot this wan- in her car: "Wretched girl, go look for me to a strange, wild your lover in yonder pool." dering brought "With a gasping cry she hurried by spot, a pool of water curved in the river bank about forty feet in extent, al- him and soon gained the pot As sho most hidden from sight by immense gazed into the waters her lover's face, trees, whose branches twined and in- all torn and mangied, came to tho surterlaced made a fcanopy through which face. With a terribie shriek that woke no light could enter. the birds in their leafy coverts sho Between two of the., largest of these leaped into the pool and, grasping the trees an open path led to. this pool, form of ber murdered lover, both went whose waters were as black as ink, down together. The waters gppled dark, gloomy and 'forbidding. To my and swelled a moment and then all was surprise,vaithough it was. ijyident that peace and calm again. rav feet were the' first to treatl this nath "The next dav the old father, re- in many davs, no crass" crew thereon, covered from his drunken madness, no weed or briar, or bus.h,fonml foothold I went to look for his daughter. there. It was bare and smooth, a sandy "In the afternoon some negroei j found him lying Hat upon the ground, clay, hardened almost to stone. Around the pool theindergrowth was stone dead, his eyes wide open, gazing wim-an- u uense, out mere was no sign urenuiuily into the pool. or trace of any life: all was quiet and "The bodies of the lovers were novel motionless, no hint of strolling bird or found. It was supposed that some undamp, dercurrent carried them far away. beast the waters suit and fathomless, no rip"In ono ple or shimmer of light upon its' sur- took place week a marvelous change in this pool and face. The flowers all died," the TH& LOVERst 'POOLv waters took on an ink blackness, tho Unaccountably depressed 1 turned trees interlaced their branches so that nway and sought tho sunlight again. no light of sun or moon could enter aad This feelingjof gloom and depression all life fled, whether of insect, beast, clnng to me all the way on my return to bird or fish. f my triend's house, and he, noticing "Tho place became most desolate and cause, as he bustled forlorn, and the negroes avoided it "as this, inquired the around preparing the bachelor dinner. they would a graveyard." I briefly acquainted him. with the facts THE SEQUEL. of the strange discovery I had made. Ho paused and relighted his pipe. "0!" said he, "you have been at the "That is a very nice 3'arn," I said; Pool. There is a strange and "but you don't expect me to believe it. athctic history ' Connected with that," do you?" 10 continued, musingly, "and it seems "0. no," he replied. "I didn't to have been cursed ever since that un- myself when it was told to me, but as happy day." yon wanted to hear it I thought A romance; that was enough forme, spin it out for you." LiveI would and 1 besciged him at once for all tho (Fla.) Cor. Philadelphia Times. Oats particulars "Wclli',sa!dhe, "control your eagerThe story is told of Rev. Dr. Prime ness until after dinner, and then I'll tell that in Albany, the subject of sijrnino you the tare as 'twas told to nie." rPlor TtTflQ lmqn!rift Wlnttn rt tnA petitions being under remark, a man chicken, rKugo pile of roasted swecfc! bee that he could get the sb, 'natures of potatoes, a mammoth corn pone and ten h,Shy respected residen to a na- some delicious coffee all tho work of per asking Governor Dix to hang one of the leading clergymen. Ho. won his own fair hands ahem! After dinner we lit our pipes and ad- without difficulty, as not one of.tfae journed to the wide, roomy piazza, signers insisted 6n reading the docwhere my host proceeded to fulfill his ument Albany Journal. , was-indee- d ; . -- I v half-dream- I I Thejn-oundwasdarka- itusiir-rounding- s. -- , promise. . A FLOBIDA G1RL. "lt happened thirty years ago, and Bone Norton was one of the prettiest girls in Florida. She was tall and slender, Tjiit exquisitf ly formed, and of annnusually sunny temperament Her hair was a golden brawn, her eyes wero like pansy blossoms and her lips were twin buds, just ripening into bloom. "Her father, old Abel 2Corton, was 06 ot the richest planters ia these Bestanrant- - keeper John, ran down to the market and got ten pounds 01 sweec potatoes, ziurry np, nov,-bwant the cook to make a batch of squash pies. Boston Transcript, e ca-"se- I A reporter describes a girl as boinr ns lovelv in n.. rirnfim in lirrli- K1..1! .. ..... ... i.ju hium Bilk." We never dream about tho silks half as much as about the bills for them. Chicaao Times. ... 1 ! 1 J'IT. i iSV?lS5L long missing ;ltfers at ruttvoletl to lioiu tigup to scornnimvmtyca ... fAT .T.T-..t"lM" lliB tempt an orthodox ttcacou.'lor tne i ton. It is impcrssioio tortlesHfee'tlit Even the whe!featlr TOfoups to the Mistion tLlWa of the in a enthusiasm of these impuIsiresouth-erner- s -mzitK. uv' ot attempting to earth, and thcTPhdom Knight intiat bo prayerv, blessings and tears jo'nt stock c impauy, while at the same the Hsts. Buslon Globe. taken PL'XUKNT PARAGRAPHS. time he had accepted a gratuity, unbo-- ; met his Majest wherever he appeared, POMTICA'iri'OWT.S. A Northern Texas editor complains knowu to the public, from the directors and even the coldest heart can not othof the company to secure his interest in erwise than beat gratefully for the that the number of marriages is ridicuMrs. Bclva Lockwood's face re- the enterprise. Tho deacon had not which has impelled him lously small when compared vvith the minds a correspondent of Maria An- lied about it either. so much danger and to time squandered in buggy-ridinto cany any weight of to encounter Kvnr Ward Beecbbb. and expect execuYet this author was supporting foi witness such deplorable distress. Tho so you have been to Europe? fluence witii stupe.yiug arguments, la- toinette's on the night But it will not be half so sad as tho Presidency a man wfio had jusl details are the same from day to day, Did "And 'Xot n It?prcn-4lirAinoriem. boriously and a'lecioubiy prepared to tion. you goto Switzerland? and did you When Mr. Biaino's face on the morning after j dull0 Umt tling atld.ng to it the of. anil to repeat them would be nse!es emergency? see tho glaciers?" Mrs. Shoddy O, Mr. F.lainf has pretty well lot the meet a partisan ferse of offering his official influence foi and UN) painful. Tourgee in h.s attempted defenso election. Brooklyn hanic. ves, we saw mechanics of all kinds; lepntation hv andacity with whkh ho Jtidee It seems that Blaine thought the sale and crowning all by deliberate aud There is, however, something that is but theu. you know, I don't take any of blaiue at Duukirk. X. 1.. was conwent into the campa'ign. Tltere was falsehood. darkestimate of bis character Fisher lettors worth about ipio.UOO. not very nuch of it left before the pub- fronted by thewhich lie had tinned bis Leastwise ho offered Mr. Mull;gan, tho reiiented what the nomination of Blaino cheering in thois midst of all thisof the interest in" Mich vulgar persons This is tho abnegation and record to ness, aud that Tribune. lication qf the la lot o his letter's. before, he mtired in custodian, .that amount betoro they upon the conscience of tho King, of those who accompany him, Waiter "What will you nave. 2ow theie is nothing. In those letters name a few mouths contest He stiowed were published. He evidently wanted has wrought grand old party. Lxcltange. and of all the local authorities, and of Miss?" Customer (looking over the he shows everywhere a whining and confusion from the sense of the alsity to do his own "yindicatmsr." that he had enough thoe whoso duty it is to assist the suf restaurant bill of fare) "Permit me to cringing spirit. His friends say he had c IHalnr.s Character. We have never believed that of his position, to blush for tho fering. Tho first visit of his majesty, cogitate. In the corelation of forces it fallen into the hands of sharper, and " and inslnr cnty into which, for Don Cameron was very susceptible to knows, or should know, after a short repose, was to the Hos- is a recognized property of atomic by him to doubtless they are instructed Everybody party reasons, he h d rashly jicrmittcd the influence of the Maine magnetic now how fullv Blaine revealed his "1 wish to see Waiter (shouts across the hall to head r pital of the Canocchia. say 0. But an honest man, conscious be betrayed. N ere it not belie. e it now. in the Mulligan letters- - Ilia poor all," he said, when someone interposed server) "Baked beans for one." oLhaving done no wrong and linding himself to urgency Mr. Blaine would currents and we do notmust have emtor partisan The Maine charmer high position to prevent his mounting to the upper Philadelphia Call. Wrasolf the victim of sharp practice, defender in the ployed some other spel s. Brooklyn ly dissembled use of his of Represent- story. The Archbishop, whose visits to siug.e "Mamma, is it wrong to say it is gtts angry. He tells his ier?ecutors not have a Boston honest as Speaker of the House alt otf. Euqk. country. his own personal the hospital have been daily, was going to thunder?' " "W by, of couwe wnat he thinks of them. He calls them atives simply for There is nothing in Bla;ne's ofler ends marks him as a man who is utter- ready there to receive the'King, and not, Eddie. Why do you ask such a to, account, and his correspondence is The Tndfih Amendment. to buy those letters of Mulligan for ly unworthy of any trust How im- accompany his Majesty in every di- question?" " 'Cause yesterday pa said sure to show what his e&Umate is of London Times. SlO.OOOand send Fisher and Mulligan pudent is it, therefore, for him to aspire rection. the r character and his own. if vou were going "to thunder he of the Twelfth The provisions wouldn't care." A. Y. Mail and bx-There is nothing of this in Biaino's amendment to the Constitution of the to Europo on a pleasure trip "inconto the bighe-- t place in the country! and inSpeakers and Crowds. letters. Ho is accused of misrepresentpress. United States relating to the manner in sistent with the highest honora Blaine With that utter recklessness of princitegrity." That is to say, from which ation and takes it meekly. He is told which a President and ples and of consequences "Mamma," taid the small boy, A huge crowd is always agitated by that he 13 trying to get more .ban be- shall be pc octed in ca?e there is no standpoint Ills shameless admiral's call "dash," "that young man that comes to sec Blaine said there was nothing in he longs to him. and never resents it He election by tlio Electors chosen by tho read on the l'oor of the some restlessness or emotion; it 6ways Edith is awful funny." "Why, child.-- " tho to aud fro; it changes its pose; it is im- "Because he puts his watch in water." of is asked how his friends, with whom he people areso curi-u- s that it i3 dilticult the Mulligan letters "inconsistent w th House what he willed integrity aud letters he had filched from Mulligan, patient and inexperienced ; and the "Nonsense." "Yes he does, 'cause I pretends to have dealt generously, to conceive what the real object of the the most scrupulous would feel if they kuew the facts, and framcrs of the instrument was. In caso honor." The New York Tribune calls and bv a most ingenious system of condition precedent of tho speaker's heard him telling another man down impossisuccess is a condition lie makes no sign of indignation. Evno candidate snail re eive a majority of them a "compost heap." Therefore, garbling and special pleading arrested ble of fulfilment It is almost power of the street this afternoon that he couldn't in the is lor the time the sentence that was his erywhere in this, pitiful correspondence the IClectoral votes, the selection of a by tho inexorable laws of logic, there with him 'cause he had to go and i lis pen is restrained by greed or guilt. President devolves on the House of nothing in a compost heap inconsistent just due. Years went by, and after one man to destroy that breathless put his watcn in souk. a vvuuh 1o,. w. alone the orator can At times he complains; he never shows Representatives, which votos by States, with the strictest integrity ami honor. popular forget fulness had made dim his hush in which we Clam. -1 A Happycontented clam, be heard ; and know that malevo the righteous anger of an honest man each State being entitle 1 to one vote. When the dispute arose between deeds he came forth this year as the am n ;a falsely accused. Throughout, his lan Upon the Senate, however, rests the Mr. Mullic-a- n and Mr. Blaine as to the Republican candidate for the Presidon- - lent or unscrupluous partisans are not Yes I ami unwilling to provide that one man. I will open my mouth and sraue, custody 0? those letters, if Mr. Mulligan cv. uui iaie nau iuiiuhcu ii:m, .win hid guage, temper, demeanor arc those of a duty of selecting a For a while. 6neak. If this were all that we knew While there does not now seem to be had only been thoughtful enough to ' correspondence which he thought he Then suppose the speaker is heard. For the fnt nnd Juicy oyster crowd Undisciplined and re-- j trom out his cloister of Mr. Blaine's real character it would a probability of the election being have given them to l'rank Moulton in had held entire and had destroyed Is now drair-roUy the rude and reckless holster. are ignorant of the art of a good lisbo for those who have been taught to thrown into the House, should such be trus. the Plumed Knight might at apj eared in the form of care Full or guile. copies to confront him in his tener. A stroke of keen wit misses believe him a dashing, iinpotuou-- , the cao the vote would doubtless least have escaped the degradation of X. 1. Journal. their appreciation : a literary allusion proud and confident man a. serious dis- stand: For Cleveland 21, for Blaine 16, going down on his knees. Brooklyn path to the greatest goal of an AmerWhen a Cape Cod landlord told a nothing Eagle. appointment "very bitter, I assure tie 1. ican's ambition. All tho facts thit 'he is wasted on them ; they carestyle" of Boston man that the people of Boston you," as he himself say. But the sighad long thought dead aud burieo, for tho "lofty and balanced voice, the didn't know what a blue fih was, and The following States show DemoOne of the most remarkable disinflections of the nificant fact is that this revelation of cratic ma orities in their House delegaappearances of tho time is Blaine's "ag- came back to him as forgotten Pitt the was met by the answer: "0. yes, we is of perfect con- tions, and would, of course, vote for gressive campaign." Almost before it wanderers in a distant land. When niceties of gesture, arc for the most do: it is "the temnodon saltator, an his real character sistency with his public course, in the Democratic candidate for President: materialized it vanished from the pub- those, who had still clung with faith-w- eak part inaudible and invisible. But the acanthoptergian of the family of seom- which real courage has played a very Alabama, Arkansas, California, Con- lic gnzoliku the mist of the morning, faith though it was to his fail-in- case is far worse than this, The crowd bridir, he just went ami mm uun uu to small part. This was shown in his necticut, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, and it has been missed ever since. It fortunes, could no longer follow will not even allow tho speakerHowfin- the sofa and dreamed of death and on brief and inglorious career as Secretary Kentncky, Louis ana, Maryland, Mis- ought to be advertised with an offer of this dangerous man. anil wnen mo ish a sentence. A3 his words Rodiestcr Herald. New a suitable reward whatever that would man himself saw the desperate course ho comes upon the name ot the person desolation. Nevada. Missouri, of State. sissippi, She was young, and sweet, nnd against, wnich tho ..,. i,r i.;m hi: otiii7ionrttnnll or the institution Wo have been told over and again that York, North Carolina, Ohio, South be for its restoration. - -' Notbiug else .i.. and i..v Instantly ' poetic, and he was young nut. nnmisTexas,. West will bring it back, and it is not quite his troubles, his bold and unscrupulous mob is "demonstrantig Tennessee, he could bo relied on to givo us an ag- Carolina, thl irurncillinrr .:..... Tl.if gressive foreign policy in which tho full Virginia and Wisconsin. This list certain that advertising will. Every "dash," came into play, and, know- some fugleman brays or groans ; some and she and dignity of the American Na- includes all tho Southern States except one of the Blaine campaigners, from ing that all men would 'read tho Mul- zealot cries, "Down with him!" or veranda in the moonlight, rihtwould bo asserted and its u him out'." Off goes the crowd grew ethereal. "j, now 1 wo tion Florida, in which delegation thcto tho candidate down, is so earnestly en- ligan letters, ho had the effrontery to "Turn u .uvm. hiss, or a guffaw, and out here in tne moonugm, But would be a tie. and Virginia, where the gaged on the defensive that they would be all men to read them. But his Into a cheer, a would be firmly maintained. pertho when he had in eftect absolute power Readjusters would probably cast tho hardly know what to do with an ag- - ' "cTash" is at last dashed to tha the speaker must leave the reporters to "to be fanned by and lanjjuorons to be kissed by his maimed sentence and begin a fumes of the ros'es, over the conduct of our foreign affairs vote of the State for Blaine. The North gressivo campaign if they had one. "ft e ground. For Blaine, in his despera- finish the soft airs from the South'." Then his policy was not of this sort. There ern section embraced in the list is ;iot so ougni, purnap?, to except the Kcv. tion, has declared that "there is noth- fresh one. St. James' Gazet'e. he kis?ed her and she grew indignant Deis not in'all the history of tl c State large, uui, it couuuua such luijiunauj uaii, wno is saia to be preparing a re ing in those letters inconsistent with "How dare vou?" sho almost sobbed. Stellar Statistics. partment a period of' equal length so States as New lorK:, Uhio, inuiana anu vjsed edition of what he regards as anv senso of integrity and honor." "Whv. I'm a soft heir from tho South." humiliating to the American people. Wisconsin. aggressive campaign, in anticipation What? Can a man of integrity and The number of stars visible to the he replied contritely. She didn't say Other Secretaries of State, like Madison The Mates that would vote for Blaine whereof the reputable press of tho honor write to a correspondent of his vision on a clear night is anything when he kissed her again. and Marcy and Seward, 'had known are Colorado, Illinois, lowa, ivansas, country is holding its noso and ordering rulings as a Speakor of the House of unassisted about 3,000. Tho opposite hemisphere, Boston Post. how. at times when the country was in Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan. Min- disinfectants. Representatives in connection with a as many more, makes the sore straits or. at best, was relatively nesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, corporation whoso stock he wishes to containing Origin of a Petticoat. number that can be seen without a Younpr lo Understand. Too secure, and say to the same corresponweak to maintain its rights and secure New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania, glass about C,000. These are divided flS55-Pdent that he knows "channels in reccnit'on from Powered far greater Rhode Island, Vermont and irginia. It was at aboit the same dateset the thoir apparent brightness "Paw, be you fur Blaine?" which he can be useful," and pledge according to strength and prestige. It was reserved In case the election of the President tbat 6ur gracious queen respectively, first, "Yes, my son, red-hfor Blaino." that he will bo "no deadhead in the intosixclasses.called fifth and sixth fashion of wearing a scarlet for Mr. Blaino, at a moment when tho should be thrown into the House the "Well, what about them letters?" bo second, third, fourth, peace with Senate would have the privilege of How debased must country, though in profound an idea obtained from the milkStars so remote as to bo "Why, you see, my boy, an infernal enterprise!"of integrity and honor that magnitudes. had reached the electing the Tho Senthe notion all tho world, maids at Balmoral. It is said that the the naked eye are called height of its material expansion ators would vot j indiv dually anil not rascal named Fisher a sneak, a liar, a moves either the private or the public invisible tostars. These are classified late Prince Consort, in admiring the thief, a scallawag and scoundrel named acts of Fiich a man. By Blame s own iMocmniR tho landto by State?. They would, of course, elect and" prosperity, to sub ect it fourteenth, or higher, eTect of tho red petticoat in majesty Fisher-publissome letters that he lins is he condemned. For the man as high as the mortifying and contemptu- Logan that her tho most division has scape, suggested An Mr. Blaine .note to him." so far forgotten tho simplest magnitude. upon Fhould adopt one also. This sealed the As be'ore stated, however, it appears saysDid them ous treatment from Gov ernmenis whom agreed show that Mr. Blaine was caching of an honi! life is to been in England. deemed fceblo enough to bo to bo about certain that tho next Presi he had . Twenty go classed as fate of white petticoats will be chosen a bad man?" he the President of the United States, of astronomer-.They bad been worn, previously to bullied. In the case of Chili and Peru dent and as second No, indeed, my first ni'irrnitllde stars, tho conin summer and winter, and, it was Mi. Blaine's weak head and by the Electors and thero is little doubt trary, they showedson. On is a man Richmond (Fa.) State. magnitude, 200 as third, 450 as fourth, that, both in order to make suffieieut that he upon the that their names will DC trover Cleveof course, weaker spirit that brought withdraw-nn-frnabove reproach a man of lofty honor The present swinging of Blaino i,mo as fifth, and about ,uw as sixth. warmth, several had to be put on, thus land and Thomas A. Hendricks. Government the ncccss ty of and strictest integrity a man around tht circle seems to be equal in yjjo number -of telescopic stars is much addin" to the weight to be carried at position of uuwarrantable (Ga.) Acws. a . n say, paw, men I sh'd think Mr, hnmnn fnca nnfl in eensnlpss Tiara lift to lorm, Vioino- reckoned OV'SOUie authori- - tho waist Siuce the introduction of ua menace, m toe case 01 jicshi ii Johnson on a simi- - ties' as'high as 20,000,000. Burlington the scarlet skirt tho fashion of the colPerhaps Blaine wanted to uso his Fishcr was a Teal good mau to print : that made by Andy since, Mr. Blaine's amazing stupidity andi and will be ffawkeve. .., Republican cam- 'cm an' let everybody sco what a good lar occasion -vears ored petticoat has been maintained, and tii'ndness comb ncd which trst made letters to lisher as r if - i si distinctly threaten a paign documents. That's the reason ho mnn .ir. .Dl the useful skirt lined with leather has 0Ur Government -- A you: : lad of "There, there, never mind, Theophi-lu- s. fripndlv Republic and then tamely sub-- offered Mulligan, through Fisher, SlO.; a prlrecenUymLuinbn, Also been introduced for walking in the ... You aro too young too understand the chief actor. He will find this out mors married for them. He wanted to get ahead a divorce m lcsg jountry in muddy wea.th.er. Imurt mit to see tho threat absolutely ignored. Run himself after November 4. Richmond , Ga., and applied for i contrast the , of the Democrats anticipated them, as politics. Few, along and ploy now." . Hour. nnr candid American ayChicaqo j than tnirry (Fa.) Slate. attitude th United States tooK toward u were, in tne woric 01 vinaicauu to-.c1 Mi mra? be ev: . sn-h'e- -- Ki-in"- !. mnSrr 1 fi-o- im. Mil-it.- .. Blaine furnishod in his own over his own signature. Liko thousands of Bemibhcans before his nomination it has expressed its belief :n his guilt It faid: "Mr. Blaine is an unclean man and the people will not have him. He stands of prostituting the hieh orhecs he has held to build hp a private fortune; o. cohabiting with corruption for dishonest money. His.record wo Id damn him.'' It was only echoing what was said and behoved by many Republican organs and orators; but such is the demoralization wrought by party warfare that although its columns uo'w admit that the batrayal of trusts is making the American people a hissing and a byword, it, iike many other Republicans, is actively urging the election to tfio Presidency ot a "man of prostitut ng tho high offices he has held to build up a private fortune." Another instauce of this blindness wrought by partisanship i to'd by a correspondent of tho Boston Htrnhl, who, the other day, met on the streets of that city the author of many books written for the moral instruction of young readers. The author expressed great surprise at tha correspondent's saving he .should not vote tho Republican ticket this year, because he did not think Mr. Bltt.mi would pas3 muster tried bv any high n.oral standard in politiun. The "author was very impatient over tho charges against Blaine and said that the time was wasted in talking about them. The conversation thf-to f ,nu lion!. Ii- - f Im nti hand-writing, tolf-convictd Nor has the Globt the excuse that it does not believe the evidence which Mr. keep time by malVjc iwatcnes purchased abroad. I know. deputy who piques himself on his ob servance 01 social duties. Ono day had an appointment with him for one .o'clock. He came after two. When I ventured to reproach him with be'ng so late, his answer was: "I am very jsorry you had to wait so long, but why did you come so early?" The way in France is for each of "tho parties who have made a rendezvous unless as duellists to givo the other half an hour's margin, which being taken on both sides makes in all an hour. This system of addition is analogous to what a" Californian said of a big tree. It grew so high thtt it took two men and a boy to see to tho top. Tho Prussians have been branded since 1870-'7- 1 with the name of Volenrs tie Pcndules. They were especially tempted by the pinchbeck-lookinarticles which arc usually protected from the air by Jass shades, f irae pieces of a severe style, and in real bronze, were not so often looted. Prince Bismarck took a fancy to a dark bronze clock, which stood in hissittinc-rooat Versailles on an elevated bracket It represented the Fall of Lucifer. The defeated archangel was more Byronic than Miltonic. When negotiating the preliminaries of peace M. Thiers was placed at the table opposite this timepiece. He was nervous and fatigued, and though not habitually superstitious felt very uncomfortable whenever his eye caught tho tardonic v isage of Lucifer. Bismarck secretly noticed his discomfort, and enjoyed it At last M. Thiers avowed that he" could no longer endure the irritation which the fcinister-lookinfigure caused him, and asked to be allowed to change places with tho Chancellor. He would nave been glad if Lucifer had been taken out of the room. The proprietress of tho house was asked by Bismarck to let him have the clocic at a valuation. He wished to keep it as a Eonvenir of the event which took place nnderjfs shadow. It was reluctantly sold to him. London 2ews. !and Do Lc-scp- s g m (hour late. 1 .1 M. Barthelemv r t ""- - St-HQ- arn ii'u ,heonesJioiatcdthaL.tho "It has astonishing sum 01 $101, 10X.VW is annually "ex pended in China in the observance of ancestral worship, and it is important that educational institutions be in our missions in China, that th mist of ignorance and superstition . sns-tined Rev. D. M. Eates says: niaj be dispelled " g not become pupils of the public schools, public education being intended, under the constitution of the State, only for those who can become citizens. There arc l.uOO Chinese children in San Francisco. d penmanship is now taught in a number of American schools. The method of instruction ks to make the pupil write his name in pencil and then go over it with a pen held in the left hand. After doing this for some time the writer is able to write his signature without the aid of penciled copy. This is kept tip until a sufficient degree of proficiency is obtained. Chicago limes. Dr. Marcus D. Buell, in Zion'' Hcra'd, illustrates in an opening sentence the truthfulness of the following: "Commend me to an audienco of preachers. Critical they certainly are, knowing circumlocution, gush and logical fog afar, but none are keener in catching the good points of a discourse, none more Gospel hungry, and nono kindlier in their criticisms." Professor William Wasmer has made another haniNome addition to his endowment of the "Wagner Free Institution of Science," in Philadelphia. Ho has constructed thirteen new and handsome dwelling houses at a cost of $165,000, which have been turned over to the tru tees of the institute. The houses are built in the best style, and become a part of the permanent endowment of the institute. This newv gift makes the total value of Profcwor Wagner's gifts,to the institute more Left-hande- Hon. W. T. Welcker, California's State Superintendent of Public Schools, has decided that Chinese children can - " - ' t . ' - 1 5 - A. 'A I Heroism of the King of Italy. U Pordenonc they rejoice - than S600.000. Twenty vears ago the Harvey group of islands iVthe PaeipV. were of little importance to commerce, and tho state. Tonatives were in day thf control of the trade of the islands is aiobject of keen competition to tpders, and the people are well ' i f -2. - ' - - -- . IIHIH 4: j.iiaT oi-f- rrroir' j . . r j T.n.A gyyi'ng. "'.ft -tptisl frrKnf. in a civilized .i mnnnpr. nnil wmr y i L - TTthrFl , ' ' T I I s self-sacrifi- i I g, e GYii-ca- incon-Fisten- char-acto- -- Vice-Preside- nt "V o-- r... J Vice-Preside- nt d ed s- . , -- ., .. -- -. --- j self-i-o-spe- ct , j . V O) ot under-petticoa- t, Vice-Preside- nt Vicc-Presido- hed nt -- ar.uj Vice-Preside- ! m So-vann- of" . 0 1 , ! ,' t 1 " j . 1 yt ZSSrSJo . : 1 at i i l 1 - J i ' 1 , v- t - iESSm&simxSgg&Em &3k&?2?&: ft &, " 1 l 1 uagatfaajjttsjfiozgMEsasjix that she did not drive sho wroto a noto to her husband., A Romantte ipUodc Another 3! jstery of tho Arctics. Mhy 3Ien I)o Not 3Iarry. FARM A'D FIKES1DE. briefly and coldly, explaining hor abMra. for th Legal Quidnunc: Is ti lw. WWI; no indeed. man to su on a bill payDI f nl for a sence. A passing boy agreed to do' Our visit lo Evsnnstein was enlivened H her husband had observed the Avith J- Tho Greely party sailed July 7, 18S1, at sight blind marriage market has become an Tho Grape Pickles: Fill a jar Life. by a study of life. In GEOROEWARREN, publisher. Clowino- chceks and Hashing eyes just liver it, but it nevor got beyond aau compotiton as keen as any lavors of j a Bohemian pocket. families PraS, irena of room. The natural impulses tcrnatoAvith cold irranes and sujrar, l. afew days after President Garfield was E3TA Pint of the Finest Ink for package then he would' have b,eon justified in auction cover vinegar. 27m: House-JioU- shot. The last news they received at Toward evening Barbara began to whhltHa"v- - ft V or schools can be mado from a 10c WE ; a mother of woman are disregarded. Mother oncl"udincr that she was HICKMAN. KENTUCKY Diamond Dyes. Try them. All drugwonder what kept hor mistress, and advise prudent alliances, and tliscoim-lenancGraham flour is sometimes used (fieved he had recovered?' Mora "than of keep them. Wells, Richardson & Co., gists ... mn ihrpjik in this uncom Ami ucciueu 10 taue matters into lier own. crowed all th0ifinUZerouVh?8 moans and foul, love with good effect to thicken tho juice of two years elapsed, during which they Burlington, Vu Sample Card, 32 colors, by fair daughters The eUlos de- matches. "Girls choke down their feel- stewcu tomatoes instead of using broad were utterly cut off from fortable stated things in the shape of hands and get u pa dinner. Seeing tho' head and TWO VIEWS". communica- and book of directions for 2c. stamp. Mr. J0jm J .Tnan, on a business trip; large bin of oniions in tho cellar, sho cidedly pretty, with larjre T dark tion with their fellow men, so that some ings, and aid and abet their seniors in or cracker crumbs. Thk New York Journal says that "th ' coma only spend tho night wun ms said within herself: "This is what she wavy black hair, and a HIS KVIL GEXirS. encouraging men who aro "catches," g; S instead of lay- nienger scraps which had been used as When tho moon is economical." He brother, lie was sorry to spoil their all time waut; I will cook some 1" Dur- She knew how to dress, which fs more throwing off tho restraint which made ing the hotfiying enkos, plate, lay them wrapping paper, were treasured like man in Everything up there is so nign. has TTho sits up at.tho window Into to be. cakes on a And hears tho.cllcfc-ic'acof tlie p.ite cvenino- together." lie would have ing the process of cooking she made than most girls do cast of tho Rle; their grandmothers charming. But on a colander; set that on a plate, so gold. They wero spread out, put to Who meets mo at the insldo door d been son ier bad he known they had many trips to the front door to watch ?.. Ir afflicted with Pore Druggists Dr. Isaao the cry gees up: "Men do not that anv fat which drins from them gether and eagerly scanned. President Thompson's Eyo AVater. Kyes, ue seli it. S5c ia mop the floor ribbou woven Andwith me trie? to her glossy dark hair, and a crimson still for her lost mistress. Each time sho uot spoken fof just two hours. 3Iy mother-in-l- aw. And yet tho most inveterate will drop through the holes in tho col- Arthur was alluded to, and they then m marry." Annette 500a retired, leaving tho left all the doors opon behind hor, and kerchief about her neck. Tho other 'lobrnen. the mocker of love in a cot- ander, and not bo soaked up into tho knew the fatal issuo of the assassin's Ik crime, brothers to ""talk over home affairs so thoroughly perfumed tho whole girls was what tho Germans call a tage, was once a youth not blase to cakos to render thorn unfit for use. TVho leads the wav o dark, back room. shot. The loss of tho Jean netto was come under the string first, if ths judges a do their duty. Merchant Traveler. AVho asks about the kitchen broom school missie, just length- whom the virion of a home w.13 en Boston Globe. while she went to her room to indulgo house with the odor of the dinner. tnentioned, and they supposed tho entire Who rambles round the red, bald spot m the luxury of grief. How dark it In the city Philip had picked up an ening her frocks Staying fn the same chanting. Almost every man tries his crew had perished. Tho word "dude" AVho calls mc midnight, drunken sot? Is 1850 "Brown's Bronchial Troches' Give the pasture fields and meadall looked. "Philip was changing. Per- old college friend and persuaded him inn was ayoung n Jly mother-in-l- aw from hand at realizing some such dream appeared m tho print. This was a stun- woro introduced, and their success as a who had fallen ovor head early in life, but the attempt is usually ows a fair chance, treat them to an oc- ner. haps he was sorry thev wero married. to stay over a train and dino with him. Newlork, i. They had never heard it before, cure for Colds, Coughs and BronchltIha3 spare them from beon unparalleled. Sold only in boxes. He had the same as said she was vul- As he ushered his friend into the pretty aim ara miove with Uie charming nipped in tho bud by want of means or casional and many and sharp were the controWho calls,me;early 1n tho moot . gar and coare. He was fastidious; house, with a pardonable pride, it was Ludmila Gizbnczky, and was prose- by failure to win the particular woman overtaxing, ami they will pay, as they versies regarding its signification. One "IlEnK To answer milkman's daylhrht uorn go, bettqr dividends in beef, mutton ore two frogs that never croak," AVho bids me keep the furnace hot. she could never please him; they would somewhat taken down by tho unmis- cuting with vior. on Avhom his heart U set. He sutlers of man, pointing to the And fire the rane, and boil the pot? Before a meal ho appeared with a posv acutely; but man is an elastic creature: and pork, with loss expense and sreater the the first interrogations uttered from said a rahwaytrack. have dreadful quarrels, for she could takable odor that greeted him. My mother-in-l- aw. throats of the feeble survivors as switches on tho of mountain flowers, which he put in in time ho mingles again with tho regularity, than will any of the grain i not submit to be ordered. And now "Ouions! as 1 live," ho said to himthey the Piso's CtniE for Consumption Is not the tears that had boen stored up all self, "and Mcrwin is such a fastidious ner napKin, ami which I, when his back world, not entirely proof against fem- or iruit crops and will leave the sou party saw approachingdude rescuing AVho greets me with an angel's smile. was: "What is a ?" Cleve- pleasant to tao, but it is sure to euro. only was turned, transferred, upperceived, inine fascination, but finding it almost richor year by year. Troy Tnnei. these bright voars fell in most surpris- fellow! However, wait till he sees An And calls me pet names all the while The Gcrniantown Telcgrajih says: land Leader. AVhen she hath read the fashion sheet. so he wont in haste to bring to that of the heavy fathor or crowing imjiossible to sot up an ideal. Matrons ing showers," until sleep had got tho nette o Or to the play, aKked for a seat? "Fresh, clean lard rubbed on any kind mother. But when she did find tho AMOVrHmiUbnnrdfornilTcYOTnj better of them. her. with attractive daughters can not com' My mothe-rThe use of the word "right" in tho $( Men or Ladle., in etca countr. Addrrss of warts on hor-e- s or cattle will reit was a study to see how she tor- plain that their girls see few men. The 1 he Upstairs and down and in tho garP. W. Z1GLEK & CO- - I'nUnIelphU, Pt-morning was a hurrjing tune; sense of "verv" is apt to be considered the brother must et down town for th- den he searched. She was not to bo mented him with it. "0! these charm- tondencv of the ago is to levol the bar- move them on threo or four applica- by Xew Englanders as peculiar to the AVho keep me out w lieu Boreas blows 100pgesotl HUP early train. A Hastv good-bvTheso delicate pri- riers between the sexes; girls play tions. 1 have removed such warts Western with found. This was a new departure to ing FFTlEK A.nandsome,Bookot lent free.i.U ? L. A Couruhiiy worth HO. And smarts my lingers and ray toes AdlrcM Lnlon Pub. Co,Xewark.K. J. AVho runs the house with her sweet will. mulas! Surely I saw them yesterday tenllis,, the row, they rink, they skate, time after time, and have never boou London and Southern States, but the averted ey, and Philip was gone. A be away on his return. Ho told his Truth speaks of "right pleasant But never, never pays a bill? he lunched near his oilice. two miles friend he had probably been detained in the posy that adorns the "tablo a"t they sit in tho smoking room, they able to find tho, wart for the fourth ap- arraagemonts," Vtattt Wcartteat co.D.anTrhere.Wbo!e. My mother plication."' tahle iVho'eand, indeed, that is the dance, not only in the evenings, but in HAIR K.&Sriuuu,U7 WabashGoods m iiway, he would not be home again unItll t frre. iT,Calcso. would be in urcsontly. inlaw. . Tomato Sup: To one pint of X 1". Star. til night. A Government Shcrlfl. Chagrined and mortified almost be- most suitable position for them. There the afternoons. canned tomatoes or four large rawones ii MONTH. Wanted. Oo Vw.t A longunhappv day before Annette! yond his power to conceal, after wait- they give pleasure to all onuall'y!" Mt Edward L. Green, Sheriff, Auckland, The natural tendency of such THE PLAINT OF THE 1 sample cut up line, add one quart of boiling Now Zealand, writes: " I received an in- $250 srtHngirtMnin h world. Detroit, SltfX. He dolighted in conversing with her Address JAY BHOXSOX She felt tea years older thatuvesterdav ing an hoar, he was obliged to invito Mien. associations would be matrimony. AVho Is it wods my daughter long. water and let them boil till done; then jury to my shoulder in June, 1SS2, and morning.-wileAnd'breaks.my rest with midnight song; Philip' had come all tho his friend to a table without a hostess. in English, which she spoke in a fash- But the fact is, that men who might add nearly a teaspooniul of sodajiwbon And os the winters slowly roll and from that date until July, 1SS3, 1 could not way back from the gate to put a rose The iiist cover he removed disclosed a ion, little knowing that two En"lish-mei- i have had serious intentions ate frighto. Burns yards of jpis r,nd tons of coal? were close by, till, thinking it un- ened off before likiug begets love. it foams up add one pint of sweet milk, usejmy arm. I applied to modical men in her hair. She wished she conld ?eo dozen huge specimeus of that obnox My pepper and butter or one cup of sweet aniubod all sorts oflinimcnt, without any HaHfJ-BOO- k fair to let tho "love making proceed There is an her mother: she wished sho could co ious, fuss pervaBATjT&JTO FREE. vegetable that had ocsquu x navo great pleasure off where Philip wouldn't find' her m caused their unhappines. He forgot thus, avc conversed togetherin a loud ding: the intercourse of young people cream instead of butter, a tew crackI Mil k.k. a. r. uicirr, AVho takes my larlingfrom mv sido' ers rolled fine, and sorve. Boston I'hid occasion to uso St. Jacobi in stating 'latest Attfji, Wuilsstoo, D.O, Oil for it, years; that is she thought she did. O, his heroic demand and shut it with em- tone to proclaim our nationality. Then Thtt datriman4al. r A happy, laughing, lovely bride. Budget. tn tbe And to thoir cottago by the brook 1.VY.H liril and I bad not used it moro than ten minwhat a wretched world it was! Poor phasis not would he cat a startled silence fell on the KakerS". instant a pair begin to show any 'par, Natural vegetable acids do not utes before I felt the beneficial IOI.I MIS Bl'MNLNS COLLEGE, Takes me along to wash and cook? of the father, ticular liking for ea"h others ocnty and foolish child! Hut she had onlv lived onions, ft was unlike the ilelicato tact brokun only by the Porlilooa cnurL, S,w My 60- aharm milk, but tho arlinvial acid of Kailonairatronapr Wilte twenty little vears. of hi.s Ife to hae ordered them cooked who had gone to sleep. After jiiiner, the wide world around thorn is on the fermenting food introduces an clement I can work with my saw or spade as well ' .'i . COLEMAN & PALMS. Tor at a whisper from Ludmila, the Bach-fisc- h quicivc. The mother watche. fusses, as ever 1 did, and recommend it to any one Mr. Philip Lvman, nlone in his office, that night, while she was still ignorant AVho is irthat from time to time into the consumption that is not possi- suffering pain." was detailed to question us, reports to her cronies, and too often crjjjnotGuriJ wovoivers, tried to srftle himself to his usual du- of what had passed in his mind. Strikes moor dollar, half, and dime? ble for nature to lience szz tines, And then, with humor scant and mean ties, bu- he felt ill at ease and uninterBarbara naS not yet perfect. The whether we knew anything of the catechises the girl, wounding her seme affects the milk. neutralize, t and of fer wants to know whether WAGOisn Ailt. amo-mCalls mo old granny Bombazine? UtirtMa 3 ested Finally he threw down his pen, dinner both in cooking ami serving j'oung man, his parentage, and profes- of delicacy, and making her conscious ment may be small The do little injury, or not, when n horse stop Midden ly in tho My son Grt TTltT and ' UiJriCjlpjM lLJS. GoaWuLi.ruUbixiliJrT back in his chair, and locked his missed the supervision of the mNtrcs". sion and prospocts. Bctauso wo wore and constrained; or leading her to im tipp-'street, it shows Its "bringing up." ' English, and he had spent five years in agine herself beloved, when the mn's but if carried beyond a certain point fitters together at tho back of his The host wib ill at oaeaud absent, and Who lingers at tho festive cup The best salvo Uhed in tho world for Cuts, lead, a favorite thinking attitude. His w:is not sorry that his guest soon bade America, it was supposed that we could feeling is only that of pleasure in the so will ha a deleterious cTcct, which AVhilc, lonely. I for him It up: time ami again has demon- Bruises, Piles, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, . .l.rtmm. not fail to know all about him. And IniUlf iiinia ntttiUK lUi lilt&UVUr wandered out tho window, resting him good-byeyes C81ES WHEXE All ELSE FAILS. ciety of a young woman who doo her "1 uirvi. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns BestCongnbyrup. Taslencood. v Along luesmooiu piiuza iioor.j . Thou au excursion was pin lined to best to make liersclf agreeable. .Men strated. Albany Journal. Be sure you get Uenut's on white cloudsailiug through the sky. and Pimples. And now Philip grew positively U5e!atlnie. Bold by drunnts ts. - 'J1 3UIlTf"W V, Carbolic Salve, as all others aro but Perhaps the'dccpljluu reminded him of and proved himself not a whit be- - the lakes, to start at sevqn o'olock net are usually ignorant howgir's note an I Recent Experiments in I re3W! 5 fcf3 1 X s -- J tVI 5 ... - - - . iinitatlons and counterfeits. morning, and next morning father, weigh the attentions they reoeire, and iS cities eyes, or the wrapper sho had hind a woman in tho power to conjure Who, when ho takes a summer trip wore ready they impart the details of such homage mother and tho Bnch-fiscprobabilities. is Tatankahy-etonkAvom that mornuig. Howeer it wa. tin dire IVrlinnsslin hn.i Paul Wagner has compared the feedSittixo Bull's real name Contrives to give "ma'mu" the slip; 4 scramble, ne soon ivuiv It is hard world that would call That while o'er land und sen he'll roam, . . LYOIA E. PINKHAM'S . . io uiose soit slipped ironi mat High bank where they with alpenstocks for theifot appear but to sympathetic if . envious feminine ing capacities of peas ami barley, by i.lmt.l till ears, thus giving body to mere nothia great chief a "tank." She minds his children ten'nt home? the pretty coquette did sometimes walked along the river! COMPOUND VEGETABLE growing these plants in zhru vessels and My m "What a consummate idiot! She And he rushed out thtotigh tho garden her admirer and family Sad departed. ng-!, and brooding over trilles till they under arious conditions. Tho cans Glenn's Sulphur Soap yeHJ All lSArCernYECCREFOR" In the evening suchlanlentatiohs and gather shape. thinks me a tvraut. and rude and sel- -. and over the fields till he stood on the JJirtfiii'Ht JJaxrlcye, were filled with thoroughly mixed, Is infallible when tho scalp is annoyed thoif painful Complaint fish. She ought to be vexed at me. As bank amidst the gathering shadows rcproachos! Meanwhile the man, having said the With dandnuff. Hill's Hair Dye, black or and WeaVnesses so common One lake is pretty things his idea of politonosx has sifted soil, and the contents differed tronrn, 50s. "I was indisposed toga t0 oar j,fSt if I should make over her tastes, and and peered remorsefully into the dark only in tho manure supplied. There TESjBUS.IT.LS. FEMALE roriTLlTION". try to control her. I was rude and waters. "What if somebody had ab- so much liko another lake," said prompted, goes away, forgetting thrm were eight ves-el- s Itain.- - X. in the scries. The A NOTORIOUS Frit f 1 I n!. pUI r l,(t farm. hateful and unkind. Contemptible." ducted her, had brought word that he Ludmila, coldly. "I have no doubt, and their recipient, while she is exact- manures added to each can is shown in I. Journal. Mrs. LyniaiiAvas in; the kitchen mU; or tht legitimate mraling nf It purpose And with that he seized Ji hat and was ill and enrriod her off! That however, that you cnjoyedfc'oiirsolf !" ing a declaration as the result of a live the subjoined taMe: tliMii! and th rtUtf of Him, and that it iw oil a. dinner. She was but it clalnuto do, thamaxtU ofladttt can gladly tatfff. "I was miserable all tso Avhile in soft nothings a squeeze of the hand, or Tin: following is a literal copy of an apHe thought was maddening. Then he ren dashed down stairs into the street. young housekeeper, so there was a It will enra entirely all Orailin troubW, Inflammat'rnjl plication made by a boy for a situation the inn." tender glances. Womon arc not aware, .Y,. nintr and Displacements. nrt tion aad Titration, amount of anxiety connected with Aveut straight to a maret, bought a membered her one relative in the city, dcspair.longiug to be bae'rajn MumrfM0. FVt. llurUu advertised in a Western paper: "Mister Spinal WeVne", nd rartioiUrlT adapt"O, papa, mamma, youmust have on the other hand how sincerely he 1 fXtMhinr No public conveyanco making even- - a kettle of soup. She peek of onions and ordoivd Uioinn&ent her cousin. m 100 I want tbe job my fokes is not rich and i edIttotKe Chaniw of Life. remores lalntness JlalnTener. deslroTn dartre m m hev got to moseL they nr ded it betes al for B'JmnUnt". and rlle, e Weakness of the Momacn. went that way, and in hot haste he been thill companions! Uerr Stautl may like and admire a girl without a " Nitmtren stirred and tasted and put in another home. An unpoeitcai Mr) W7 Headache, It cure nl a'lnir. Kfceplewnes Nerronf rrctratlori, j e reflected, but the rao,t appropriate .started on foot. His .Hied astonished says he found tho excursioiiluttorly unhow hard times is i am J4 and can do thought beyond mere good will. And 3 TotKSh shako of pepper and another pinch of 4 YM 113 neprewlon and Jnjll ell good tvith new close oni , Ull, a PtiMbtrie That feelinffof bearUur down, caojtaz ..it .n.K.Uti.l.m;,i of oil ,,.,,..1- - for liim unilt'r the circumstances. lint himself. Breathless and panting he interesting." shame and stammered ex- it is precisely tho better kind of men K I'bopborie A eiil Hid Nitrogen IK 14ft cbnres i lookget a good plase In your oils i Re'tion. Pebil tr,alwsja permanently mred bylta rale, C.II14 l7 A14.1 lll.llll C7.MI, itUU .III nse. wold liko to and backache. Is Blushes of 121 Nitroifcii ntMi l'otKh who fall into the misfortune of raiding top, those were red onions. This fact arrived and was about to rinr. when. who stood by watching the process Ins, forpamnfctet. ltterpt snd nam? '. Intiuih unl IHwvinknrio can Iern fast." Tho hoy got tho place, ri .! h cuses on the part of the admjror. JnqarreTjilMe-i- t ally anowered Fortaleatdrni.. - olieving an impul-e- , false hopes; the man who believes in he stepped to the "I do wish I had an onion to put in wa brought to his consciousness by obIt really was a pretty sight to see the simplicity andcandor of women, de- 8 PoUtfh, Pho'e AcW himI.V itrwn 1SI 1S1 and Is doing well. it: soup is not very .good without au serving on thcsidcwalk a basket of 111- side porch and looked throuchthe viuo- Each series was duplicated, and the ELY'S sires their sympathy and values their usually fine while ones and she had covared window. Yes; surety, there how she played him. Vpvfr kick a ldllow when it's down. onion tlavor." were start regard. A man of the world has the above is the average rosult. The crop Reserve your strength for those found at We had paid our bill and BALM The remark was made more to her- Mieciallv wished white onions. Imme was Annette! A little group near the CREAM with no manure was taken as one hundeveloped dred. Nitrogen, as nitrate of soda, was self than to Barbara. avIiosq knowledge diately he stepped in and bought a pock open fire, she kneeling by a low chair, ing, when we saw Herr StaufTgrab the iutinct of Causes no Tain her bright head bending over little arm of tho heavy father, Herr Wcuxell strongly enough for his protection. The added in each cae at the rate of thirty-fiv- e Thltadclphia Call. of English was somewhat limited. If of those Gi.briczky, ami say, with "a shaking sense of safety is the real bond of many jvs ne waiKcu aioug, niiea wun me Harry, who lay in his mother's lap. it had not been, and if she had known ItelieTes at Once. "How is our friend Brown making out pounds per acre; potash as chloThe first fc'elinjr was of relief and voice: "Sir! a moment's private con- of the alliances now so fashionable the wa' and it had not been too late, peaceful consciousness of having made "I guess so. ride, seventy ponuds. and phosphoric in the We-- t ? Doing well J" takug thi"g " sometimes salutary, often mischievous He certainly must have been Thorough Treatshe might have gone Mown town and some atonement, ho spied a wagon ratitude. She was safe. And then, versation with yotiin the had eighty-seve- n as KAYFEYERf! arrived. Then wo knew the crisis eay from what I hear." "What's thati" between men and married women. acid one-ha- superphosphate, bought sonic onions. As those obsta- lined to the top with clean, shiny- - it was his turn. There came sunrinr pounds per acre. lJy com- "HVs and pockment will Cure. cles wore all in the way, the soup must sKinneu, Avinte onions. "1 hey really j over him, like a hot breath from a fur- - The fish was lauded, and wo walked on Kept within bounds no suspicion at- paring the cans having nitrogen with ets." in tho penitentiary for picking V. Y. Snn. lie .said to himself, nacc, a wave of anjrer, and he siroue our way with light hearts. There was taches to them, no hopes are built upon look attractive, needs go without. the others, it is evident that nitragen Not a Liquid or "When the six o'clock dinner was I hen there darted mto his mind a new away. His hasty jrlance had not shown nothing further to detain us inBohmisch Ihem. The lady receives the pet l to jw Girls who run away with thoir fathers' (hrnell Magaxitu'. Eysoustein. idea. hat if he should prove to An- - him the death-lik- e to the female nature, which the had very little effect upon the peas, male servants are now called "lilies of the pallor on the bnbv's dear spread in the very prettiest dining-roo- . " Snuff. Apply Into . . aro : .1 ..' . husband of long staudiug often neg- while with tho barley tho results from valet." wguuuuuuu, face, nor the anxious expressions of the nai. tnatcanoeimaginen.tnetaDie glittering remarkably beneficial, ranging Those Tanjrled Troses. Give It WtZmiV V . "JSJltai ostnls. lects; the man recehes the sympathy in its new silver, and the soup smoking liis conclusion was that thi . being he really avis, and take to ' o liters. The Dfgger Indians have incurred our thirteen per cent, when the nitrogen ... 1. n in ,1,.. IU4 1.W1I, IHU ,.i..n ..f IUU l..v... .. fi.il inir the iilinoKldlln t liliura himself iith ibabv whs being made ready for bed, AU 1.UW KJl IIUll?U everlasting animosity by predicting an yj&Y!?EVES?n Trial. womon who weat grateful to the masculine creature. only was added to fifty-fiv- e "The name of tho "" SO ceni at DrncKl'tt. a young man who had only enjoyed to please her; be a philosopher, a stoic and the two were admiring his pretty false hair is legion," was tho startling Men feel this without analy.ing their when applied in combination per cent "open winter." AVhon the Digger Indians with pot- piomiso an open winter the weather is so cents 1t ma't rftt'eivi. Sanr'c bottle t mail 10. . will to like what he detested! pink too,-the privilege of sitting at the head of and propounded to a reporter by sentiments, and it is a common com- ash and phosphoric acid. Manuring coWthatironhitchingpos'ssplitopen.and cents. EIA ri.oTIILI.S.DruSist. Oeg0,i.T. sUteiuont y his own tabic for a couple of months, There must be no work On ho wont in the darkness, his ro- - a dealer in the deceptive hirsute yester- plaint among them nowadays that it is with potash and phosphoric acid there are six weeks of weather impossible to beeome well acquainted took it all in, as his own tastes were ca- about this act of he sentment gathering force at every step. day. brought a gain of forty so veil per cent, in January. Xorriitoicn Herald. pable of doing. The savory odors, the woumproMue a generou-- ; supply. iow uore sue Hail Uoliberatel' planned to " "Tell mo something now," answered with a girl without exciting the too livetho pea crop, only a little less than cheory room, tho careful attention to that he thought of it, autumn u a just put him to torture. "How little sho the reporter. "In what form is all this ly auxiety of her friends. And no wUe to They used to "crazy as a bedbug," when the nitrogen was added (No. 8.) man proposes without knowing the The soil nitrogen was sufficient for the buttho revised version hnth it "crazy as even- detail of comfort and beautv, and the time to lay in a supply of ico must care for him when she would al- - false hair worn?" CMcaao Tribune. of men ine sihiui iijrure opposite mm, au uic. iiiuiL u.m uu iiiiutiuiiT in, iov mm mi suono a who m ninr. in "In every form possible," was the characterThe the girl ho wishes to growth of the peas, while it did not a mothers who are so eager supply the needs of thc barley plants. embodiment of dignity and grace he bu ing only a peck Now how many anietV. He had simnnoil linr nnfnrn reply, "It is worn by young ladies for marry. tho sea," she gur "Oh. I was a good quantity enough to Inst all ' to be gentle and forgiving, and hero bangs; young ladies who don't need for their daughters' establishment are Stated in auother way, tho tacts aro gled. "If do so dote on a yacht, Au lottmi noining lacKinj; in it an. , yoH,onlrhad Honors at all OltEAT WOKLD'8 wise, although this precipitation is not Still "This soup is not quite perfect," the winter.4 That was a conundrum. He he had treasured tin a few hiistv wfird to wear"false hair, but who do to save ITIOXS for Seventeen Tean. Only fiflJlK" M uavo no yacnr, iiuciui incfcktTh6,"otaili'-nnrt- ' y. . : ' i a givo I young wife said, as she began to serve had dim memories of ten bushels of this ami was intent on rovenge. lie had tho trouble of preparing their Qjvn. only foolish, JGatindauoroifs Amtriottv phospluTHEJTnWught twotity-siper he sighed, hutthen cansounded you if alittle American Organs Awarded such at nay. For Cash, cork Ensy Faymcnta or Kcnted. as it It, "I had no onions to put in it. I and that stored in his father's cellar., made concessions, and sho had scorned You wonld't think jo? Perhaps not, Quiet. cent, moro dry matter, and this gain smack." Aridof a bottle. had ilown out wish you would order some when you True, his father had a. large family. them. (Alas! he had not the dimmest but a large percentage of maidens who -- UPRSGHT PEAM08.Oti graiu of nitrogen. The 'contained Hired Help. go down town Phillip; they But then, they should hate a great suspicion that those ten bushels of con- - have good hair of their owu cover it up The moon is such a serene, moilest, addition of .2 grain of nitrogen in tho rrescnMnz very bldirit excellence yet eddlnstoallprevlons evolent-looking are nice just now for boiling, too." many visitorsT The proprietor of the cessions were just what Aviueneu tho with store hair. Curious isn't it? Then creature, nowonier 'he lmproicincnenih !niruinenU;value than any; secur-lnsoda salt gave an increaseo eighty-onaono of crearer Except under wise and skillful sun takes a shine to yt. Turners Falls This young couple had compared wagon stared when he heard the order, breach.) He walked the floor for hours, there are lots of old Avomcn you meet re .i.ned, musical tones and Increased most the hired help on a farm is a percent, of dry matter and .lSgrain of Eeportw. dumlMlI'vs esiec'MlT bt lulnit llaj.aty to Ret out of views on Browning and Ruskiu, but not but his business was to sell onions. If then ilmirinir himself on a loumre. to on the streets who apparently possess 1 Cn'a,opits free. MAJjO.N c source of never ending trouble and nitrogen. It U seen that nearly all the CO.. OKOA.V on onions. They had long ago dis- Philip Lyman was complacent befoce he 'ward morninrr drouned inlo si IkUvv luxuriant heads of hair, but who in . A loxg race-en- --Tho human race. South IlVltia.NTWmont AMI 1'IAXO 'i ork. 40 1IW vexation, not to say actual and material .nitrogen was reco-- erod in the crop. cussed poetry, philosophies and art, as was jubilant now in contemplation of sleep. H'tsL. reality are bald as a billiard ball. Then loss. On the whole, the faults are very These eieriment.s show that peas avcII as architecture and house furnish- his virtues. He boundedop the stairs, The result of the night's meditations you.of course, know all about the plain, nearly balanced Iwiween employes ami are much better able than barley to asings, and they had found hitherto that resolving to go home at noon, surprise was a decision that the next advance .ordinary, every-da- y fact that most of the PR S switches which similate the nitrogen of tho soil. The ra It U a their tastes were in most delightful ac- Nettie and "makeup." He was a ' toward reconciliation must come from .women hang'over the backs of chairs al employers. Sometimes the omploycs pea crop in the experiments contained K3 Usrse and Cattle Powder sold In this eoun- - fed r. are really Ia.v, inefficient and uutnist cord. Mrs. Lyman was not prepared, monster to have left her in such a cold Annette herself, .lust as he was about n.giiLs. ami wn.cn prove a ncver-ian.nis absolutely hmetlnies thc emj,lovers between three and four times as much gRtion rowdtrNothing on pare andverr therefore, for the frown that contracted w ay. He was obliged to abandon that starting for the office in tiie morning. source of inspiration to the funny RfivaSaabie. , . 1.-vj.- .. liirth will overbe!Hin;? aml tvrnnJ,.al. niirogen as the barley plants, but this Hi an .;.- her husband's handsome brows as he plan though, having already lost so Annette was driven up to the door. iSiiiui.e -docs not indicate that pea should hao f Condition Ponder. IKkc, one teaspoomui to c pirn oi juuu. n u . j,.,.. ...... ..- - ,l. ,ni An intellisent, capable man of inde mall r i, iiiriiiir . everywhere, ejaculated: l.. iiifi .i much time. Hoz Cholera. &c ., iiiita ..W ....Uj, i in ..., They looked at each other in silence. more nitrogenous manure than barley. mum. CPA S5 ccnUristaQps.SoldAlso runil&hed orIn sent bvcans, for for Urce pendent spirit, who knows his rights as 1'eas "Onions! Don't mention them. ExAnnette meantime had been aroused He lingered a moment to sec if she had "Right hore. Wo have blocks to can o tain their supply of nitrogen Ri ,, ri. 41.00: br malL SI 20. Circulars sent FUSE, h S. JOHKSOU & CO., Boston. Mass. well as his duties, will not long endure cuse me from that purcliase, please. from her despondent mood by the first any explanations to offer, and she them on, and make a great many from ordinary soil, and respond freely The' are abominable; not fit for human installment of onions. Onions have waited in the hall hoping that possibly thorn. Switches are made right here service under a man who is offensively to applications of potash and phosphoric domineering or a chronic scold and beings to eat. They ought to be ban- healing properties, everjbodv knows. he had repented of the odious conduct too." BEtrD WITH. "STO'tra. OBDEB. fault finder, any more than an em- acid. Barley, on the other hand, though GUT THIS OUT AIID ( ished from every respectable table." They began to prove efficacious in this ' of yesterday and win willing to confess "Where does all the hair come from?"' ployer of the former character will re- nooiling comparatively little nitrogen, Mrs. Lvman case. Philip wanteu to show her that ' it." Silence is not always "I beg "From the old country, mostly. Tin .rffr.l. obtains it with difficulty, and is greatly answered, with rising color, "butall do he was sorry, she reasoned, and had the proverb is misleading. "golden;" pensant girls among the Alps have theii tain a man in his service who is sullen, bonetitcd by nitrogenous manures. . I &Z .vK&S, &0? If he had TMj-'shiftless and unreliable. 'v,ViAvrf ' r.Sol VI not agree in such a sweeping denuncia- taken this way to doit. It was just as but asked. " Why did you go away?" jiair cut regularlv to supply the Ameri .m'i"'.V nOf VV" VtS. mr.y rf.ura do not agree with It will be found in the case of hired These experiments should be manured tion. JIan3' of tho best physicians- con- ilrfilirtfi... .... - l' n j - uw ff qm! TV . c if Ilia VI1IUU3 .1.111 ' or &3S8 nii,i It.wl hc had said' some plaesant word! can trade. It has asumed ouormou' the idea that crops sider them most nutritious" and health- been flowers she ignored the fact that But, no, thej' passed each other in grim proportions, too There are houses in help, that it pays in the end to be kind with tho-- c elements of plant food fttfSMTA T .AJ- - Att" ' ' ib.iVU.' V,9. V jS towards them, and considerate of their u ful.' FOR SALE BY thoy were red. While her spirits were silence. v o- To New York which make a specialty ai welfare. The man who treats his help abundantly found in them by analvses. IT. ."aw "Vj,b. r n ,mt't "Well, at all events, I shall not hae being thin soothed and comforted, the fe t - VJ. tj Teas are closely related to cl6v cr, Another day of gloom and despair selling it." nmjfiGiSTS., . . "Oj. sa as he does his cattle, with the sole 'iew j i. my house polluted with the vile things. second peek of onions, arrived. This for both. This unwonted strain, added "You do not buy hair here in th of getting as much work out of them both belonging to the legumes, and -, If there is anything that reminds oneof was perplexinjr. Why had lie done to the night's watching, brought upon city then?" tvtv &::&. General Stores and Vbarlev is a tirst cousin to wheat. The as possible with thc least possible a 3 pj it is to get that? Ah! these were white, and he Annette a nervous headach e, so that l do not have It, send order direct. would be too much trouble and expense to himelf; who facts hero presented accord with those ".Not It If they a whiff of onions the moment you enter had recollected that she liked white b the time of Philip's r..tnn ciin nnlil trouble. often. see, if we did we wouln X Xctt and exceedlnely vhmdiduts determined by experience, experiment, You fe e. 8tooii Doctor Book acooapaclea the front door. It is vulgar "and lou. Que?.. How thoughtful and good! How uot raise her head. It was fortunate. liavo to clean it, ami prepare it gener- drives them to work early and late: and analyses regarding clover and eacn iioiuc W. ..-.-r T can't see how anyone of refined tastes unselfish and candid and noble to own who is harsh and exacting in his deal$&?JZ STAKBARO FR1CE ..PTcMt 2S But for this they wheat. Clover does not respond quickly work incurred would be gone on can touch them. 1 hope you are not himself wrong, and she had been till happiness wasmight have Annette. ally, and the the trifling advantage we ings with them: who is quick to deduct to nitrogenous manures, though con8 I. CO. wrecked. A1!'! too great for e VV1Pall lost time, and an onion eater, Nettie, because if you foolish ami wicked to get angry at with spirited little head erect, sailiii"' would obtain. We occasionally buy from their wages for "'. o '&515&Lte. high per cent low to allow compensation for extra taining a comparatively 07a.c are, I fear you will have to abstain, I nothing. Wheat, composition. through tho house, was to be considered hair, but not often." Oi'kei service, may succeed for a time in such of nitrogen in its little nitrogen, is not can not abide them." She was just beginning to feel that somewhat differently from this one, her requiring only a, "How about wigs?" a course, but he will be the loser in the able to obtain that little easily, and is Now Mrs. Annette Heyward hymau life was worth living-- when another head on a pillow, "racked with pain. "They are worn much more, exten- end. He will often find himself deAvas exceedingly fond of" onion. himself announcing that No mother could have cared for her sively than people imagine. Mostpeo-plSho man much benefitted by the applications of Live Stock Remedy Co., 175 dearborn street, CHICAGO. in emergencies and forced to dewas not of "the sort to declare that she he had brought some onion?! Annette- f more tendei v and skilfully than Philip. think that they can always tell a scried upon temporary and transient soluble compounds of nitrogen. It is National ,l pend . ,M was "passionately fond of them," but assured him there was some mistake, as jjinnvinji !.. iusi;iuiuuiiL 10 .1 ms easy for clover to get its lanre amount me wind', uig when a may wears one, but if an He will be subject to constant she did think a" nice dish of boiled they had sufficient for a long time. he ministered to her for hours until she unfortunate bald-hea- d buys thc besl help. vexatious ehauge, for the best men of nitrogen, while it is difficult for the ami onions, pretty whitd ijnes, swimming in But he affirmed mot strenuously this fell into quiet sleep. and attends to it that means get a new will remain with him the briefest time. wheat to obtain its small per cent of to secure one million hot milk and butler, "was just the thing was the spot, producing the direction to OCEAN d vertlserg. whothe names of to pay one cent per tho same element. The conclusion hero one about once a year few besides exIn the morninsr, with the pain TI1P niiblishers of OCEAN to co before desire are willing With that number to go with stewed chicken, say. Theu in her husband's handwriting. Then gone, explanations were in order. all perts can detect the imitation. A wig Those who. for various reasons, feel obtained is opposed to thc use of the line nr thousand of cirenliition. or $10 a line for a million, the nrofiu of the paper wilt It obligod to remain in his service for any she enjoyed thin slices of raw onions Annette told him that she must coun- was hard to tell which was the more will only last about a year." special manures made for any O. EXPE.NSES I TertUineance. at tlO a Hue orSUOan Incb.S:issues.$3i0.000-total.5.6Wii-; editorial work, office, length of time, will take but little real particular crop. American Agriculturcut into vinegar; and crisp, repair;, etc.. that she positively astonished, as the misunderstandings work. l,00O.tiO copies. 62 Issue. XOiJKO nsnerand d termand the order, "How about incidentals. commlsslons,etc,$100.0Ci0total I1.T30 JXJO: LaS nrSumenitravinirtljtaiao: enormous profit from sale of advertising space. Ocean interest in his affairs, and their work ist. young ones, dipped in salt and wished for no more onions. proll t of SS.SiAtt'O- - This of each began to come out. leavinir a net "We dress ladies' hair continually. will generally be done in the most Rijtiscrlbers, in fw!m will owe directly to it circulation. for advertisers vrlU payatlO a line simplysuch, eaten with bread, and butter, were just "But ye see 1 got my pay for 'em," In order to secure such circulation and "And on did not go away to have When a woman is going out some event he naDtr will have lXOWO and superficial manner. An delicious. And yet, if Philip had mildly he answered with a horrible grin, to 1500 Hudiiiii? Corn. nroflt the publishers will loan back to subscribers In SI0OPremiumamount the proflts thus serevenge on mc?" "And vou did not ing, or receives company, and site thinks employer who manifests little or no reever offered. most attractive and valuable hinted that he had a special aversion whereupon the discomfited young wo- 1 cured and i furnish tbe homo all those onions just to tease she can uot comb her h'air nice enough, gard for his employes beyond the mere send The best husking peg or hook is iron for that vegetable, she would have dc- -' man retired into the house and the tri- mc were some of the asked. she comes to us. We have a girl question of the amount of work per- or steel. Hat, with a ring at one end for dared: "I 'will eat no ouions Avhile tho umphant onions went into the cellar. especially for tiio purpose." hardly expect them to the little finger, and bent at the other formed world standeth." But to attack them roll, roll. Would j hen the ludicrous side began to appear Tramp, tramp, and "Do many women bleach their hair manifest,can turn, that intelligent and end to meet the thumb. A light strap la in this .sharp way. to declare them vul- no never in do with all those now 3" VW,ltever shall in the results of thoir thrown over one or two of the middle gar, and, abore all, to dictate to her an arch itnd, sent to torment her. If "Plenty of them. Half the blondes genuine interestnecessary for its most lingers is a help. Wear the busker on queried Annette when she I Aviiat she should or should not eat, as if sue couiu but have Known me sonioquv i onions? : you meet on the street are made to or- work which is successful fulfilment. All the right hand. If you are husking found her breath. ; o i. ,.,.. ;.i he Averc her master, and to saj' "mv i, r,t ami It tells in time, though. Makes completedone best that is done heartily from standing stalk, grasp the car with "He will make sweet fragrance to der.hair rough and house!' It was too much, and she back and forth, and that he took a ma--I work is brittle." answered in an icy tone that "she must licious delight in getting the better of our name,s by means of them," said the and chuprfiilly. imtxthls cannot follow tho left hand on the under side, with "Do you bull tnauy-falsmustaches where the work is dono under the eye the thumb above the ear and toward beg leave to differ; to her mind the her. it lui'rht havto.u.vnod the tiUeot tier i Phillip. "We will send gifu to the and beards?" grand eneravlntr was never sold for less than fI3 his merciless taskmas-tc- r the stalk. Split the husk at or near e will be- onion was a most delicious vegetable rising wrath into a laush. When a poor always of onions. WalUnylOr UlO VerUlCU acopy. Wewlllpayl,eaiforanycopypnrchaedatre-tal- l "Not many. What we do sell is of a como tamous as philanthropist", and the outer end of the car by running thc and she mut reserve for hcrtelf the laugh comes in wrath goes out. amounU Our order is for 1.000,001 copies, wo paying; cost of American plate. for a mostly for amateur theatricals, and all Every future subscriber to Ocean to Ocean can secure a copy ot this, the most valuable through it, at the same right of choice in this and in other Methods that are practiced with the huskiur-iro- n to the subinat s jest the way with wimmin our eccentric charities will be tin that sort of thing. Boys buy them, too work of art ever Issued In the form of an eneravinr;, by sendinir4Sc. In addition mall. AUo. east- time pressing the husk down on the theme or succeeding generations. But, By tho scription price, to prepay cost, express and properlypackln p. or postage. Usent by classes of some matters." folks headstrons! They think thev way, you may doprecato the poor and ignorant never be introduced iron with tho thumb, so as to hold it subscriber who desires to borrow from S1(X) to two at 4 per cent., the principal to stand U inr as lone as borrow er remains a subscriber, should so state when he orders the premium, ern countries, can Their first quarrel! And all about know a leetle the most'about every- Nettie. I wish you would make a pic- wearing of false bangs by girls all desired you with success in a country like ours, and firmly, and then with one movement ture of of in such case an onion! whether thing:. The voun? ICUUl likes onions. onions. some will those silvery-skinne- d wish, but I made a set to order a wnilo We the husk (tho hang it up in the ago The Subscription Price, $2.00, r.sod not fco sent, as it can be an apple or an onion, so that he I s pose, and she don't, and she s 'tar- especially in districts where tho hired upward, strip it and it shall teach us is a for a young man of this city. ie help are native Americans and quite upper half) from the ear ba'jk to the ha deducted whan Loan is made mined he shan't hae 'em. l m ciau diuing-roospoil the Ldens. dude of tho first Avater. and I think . wholesome lessons that nobody else can i And rebsertptlon begins. Your Individual note Is ail the security askedas provided yon wfll equal to their employers in intelli- shoulder; then quickly draw tho thumb There were many more wo ds quite sue s got, a Iuoss. she needs it. that he wears these false bann-- now gence. to tbe amount or send tbe names of several of your neighbors to wbnm we can refer, not per cent., as pungent as onions, and then there It is often complained that and fingers of the left hand together so and By the time the tenth bushel was de- read but just us two Shall teach me Don't believe it? It's just as property you are worth, but as to boou character. First year's Interest at true as really good help is scarce, but it is is to grasp tho other half of the husk price win be deducted from amount borrowed. not to forget the 'small sweet courtefell a silence between them hat was posited all Annette's late estimates and that I am standing hero." Bodicster " not broken after Barbara had lighted decisions had been 'reversed. Of all sies of life.' probably not more scarce than tho pco under the ear, removing it, and then Lsaamaos pro rttt ; sat leu taiaflMaer mere than J50O. Flmjw'ilBterrjt If (Al J'.) Democrat and Chrotiicb. llftJili I BIIAlV at 4 rr cent, and ttinbilpao ajrlvdMtet rremaawtln4-ftat la "And shall teach me," said Aunette the gas in the parlor, and drawn tho despicable acts this was the climax to plk who know how to keep good help slip thc left hand up to the shoulder, mott U re!.Tlptl m m lllllzl II lilni.l. alTtace. CTHer adM.a.taspl7 for bo lou, ,t ata k wat prlwRkKrlpOn, tao tor nwatr l.n li e humbly, "that 'anger dwells in the UllUI IWliUI CmATse fwIft Prealsra. deilnd, alj being reqa j4. a te riberipuon aad Srrt they get it. Forbearance anil back of the hand downward, thumb table under tho drop-ligh- t, when and they end a whole load of those horrible Henry Irvine: says that of all the considcra'tion need to be exercised on and forefinger next tho stalk and f rreii, Avcrc seated with books and newspapers. Ttir'J Utert eta bt tti aeted own ta lo. Srttj abribr Bait swept i a coalltiao ho tl,Ur wt at "'"d things, as if to say: "Groveling crea- bosom of fools.' " tttn ti wiere win lull, W altpliy moat b conijiouo., placo la lit, ktoM.sit eSlee, and Itbra than who caU people on earth tho American people both sides. A'cw York Observer. rcsscd firmly against the' inside of the "And that 'greater is he that ruleth oyplfciaea talo There was no reading done, "Cut much ture, can't live without onions! Take Premlota Mnt Mcarta addltioaU tlerll)cr, al It. Plulr d.a. Ztnf r kbL T&m rhxrpti. .. km mUUbc to do with Uw iMenpU U. ckartea. a UoFruttlnn whole husk and directly over tho r7:lrtTl al ugly thinking. One line of it ran after them!" It Avas just a simple exhibi- his own spirit than he that taketh a eat with tho most intelligence. It is rrice, i vtl7 ct, deUrerj, aoi projwrlr pxilnt o Urt. aa racrerlBC. aa t. drflTtrr cayrts nrert M plain to be seen that Mr. Irving means boulder or inner cud of tho ear, and this fashion: city.'" added Phillip. , r ncrpl IW pint, ft A row of line trcos along the roadtion of spite and sarcasm. She would I, nad d stertsnia UIoi- - rotM uaapi will m.tb rectl.td for Fnalw in "Strange that so delicate, refined a never have believed he could do so ".Mj' darling," ho said as their lips well, but it can't bo possible"that 110 side forms an attraction to any farm, with the right hand holding the ear off iiraiKTa-i!ra2.i.; nature should have a tasto for that vile, cruel a thing. Since she was a child met in the kiss of reconciliation, "let has ever Avatched our people paralvzo savs thc Tribune and Farmer, but it is any convenient position, break it KSSfSuh wt b.at ..pre,. .(Ec. ad a a.! ' " ia .bnt. 4 Jtr eU v flagrant, odious onion. A wretched sho had not been so angry. It was a us neer again misinterpret, misjudge, a sixty minute meal in twenty minutes not always desirable in every view. If over tho forefinger or thumb of the left at a railroad saloon or he never would the trees aro close to the side of the hand. Tho best way usually to tako discovery that his wife should be fond lofty, scornful anjrer that did not vent or lose faith in each other, Avhatever vw j of that for which he had alwas feltdis-gus- t! itself in tears. Besides, the tears wero j comes." Mrs. C. M. Livingston, in have made that remark. When Ameri- field their roots will often exhaust the hold of the ear with the right hand for la7"JKM.f Ocean lo uc8an, "dTi?cati.o.l cans partake of a twenty minute rail- soil for a rod or more itiside thc fence. the purpose of breaking it off is. with And evidently she did not niea an useu up. Chicago Interior. tho fore part of the hand (thumb and road dinner intelligence takes a vacalo give them up, not even for Ins sakt nd this, to farmers who pride them- forefinger) toward the stalk or inner ly.HEtKa Snatching her hat and mantle, sho tion. Everything is done on tho having crops even over the Was she selfish and proud and obsti- went out intq the air to selves on They arc progressing :s railroad tytes A (rents can t SOI. antftrt end of thc oar. try to calm herplan, and nate and-atho truth about Joxas. Put rem .ITGHIHG PILES.) Had self. On and on she went, out into the management in England. An inno- most is considered he who eats tho whole field, makes thc trees almost as There aro several advantages in this lie. on naprand slcn ujoacar- tho best man he been mistaken in her character and country, dreading to nuisance as they Avild be if pjrnptotna MoUturr, lnicnw much of ft C .S STAXDAHO return. Finding vation on the Brighton Line is set forth is easier, becanso more method. Sun. in her regard for him? SVAt?rE'SOIWTWFNT sure enre. not beautiful. It is thc water that these natural, toIt herself within half a mile of her cousin's in tho advertisements: "In addition t rcckf untake hold of the ear. It afTON up that makes the crops poor The Avife meantime was recalling an nouse, sne decided EFFU CUUIKQ ALL the ordinary refreshments that may be In the family of Mr. Pettijohn Kke them, so that even heavy manuring fords greater ease in stripping off tho rt is FQCUXT 5?f ,l M AClOl'a inBlotches. Hash. ... a Plmpies, opinion, long ago expressed by a friend, getaway irom ,her . to call in order to j . TV AGON SCALES. J.SSS Jeuer. Itch, halt Rheum, no der passengers will most lttsk: it requires less motions, and is 62 7T T nJ w how obstinate r m Tioi. Tare Brim. Ft debt who said that Philip Lyman possessed the right place for thoughts. It proved j had at future railways, to procure cool living near Prescott, Walla Wal!a does not entirely remove the difficulty. standing. be able Palo. Free Prti Llt- rrery &. County, W. T., are ten children whoso '.hercforc more expeditious; it affords VTiTrG!'!? A CJTO Box.or lonff SOr-- IJb. that purpose. Little in the by a domineering spirit and was bound to Harry had become suddenly ill, and and fresh water at the rate of a penny average height is six and one-haJEI(J.A m F , y, wall. 111 mmimiw feet n old travolergivcs the following greater case in breaking the ear off. and uw.u K rule all connected with him. She her- the distracted nrothfweicoroed her per glass. At certain stations the water and average weight is 22 1 4 .J BIMCHAMTON, N.Y. d durwearing on the hands. pounds; ' rule for conductonbecome alarmed is less tho self had never believed it, but Ibis gladh The two when ear is broken off it is in alio worked over him all will he carried along the platform, so thi3 includes two children not grown. ing a storm: 'kDo not BUSINESS SCHOOL looked likejit wishing her to give up the afternoon. As y - that to travelers may be supplied are best night and Women ynrrx whatever he did not fancy, and hinting netto felt that it would came on An- with thirsty cooling beverage without There One seven sons and three Sauphl mVhV ns the sailors' continue on a Iito right hand, and in the in position for w 431 MalnSU "BoHlo.T.Y. Youne Mennome. vtr.rmi s tho abttktki;ki throwing on a pile or boy seventeen years old is ters. the stop swearing put uior nasineaa, as Arithmetic, be inorout,"'. j that 6he would be obliged to. Indeed! until there was some ray cruel to leave leavine their seats." ?c,jJB'A' V1 plcsu soay 7 am SAW toM lftiaaml 1 Penmanship, Farmer. $even feet high and Aveighs 265 pounds. preserver." 0f hope. So etc nractlcaUy tasjut by mall. Sesdior drcaiaxs. The Hickman Courier. H would - find his-ow- "high-tempered- ." S e, - uher1r'-,co11o'-e- aslnhorse-radng.thefastonr- s Uach-fisch-- V .''' German-America- siege-oporatioi- is bo-que- t, in-la- - e, forget-me-not- s! - 1 ! Prlce-llu- cnaran-tee- d. inii-ma- MOTHEH-IX-LA- to Ai-n- n son-in-- law. wlnuhjs-altugeihii- iio c. j to-nig- oft-ct- in-la- 140 mm. fc- -' tore-sduat- ury. Clrcu'-ar- -' . m LCWJm in-la- d " Ik Iowa M e. - un-eav- y. ! r. (.'rop-Feediu- ij. -- -- t h a. i " w I in-la- eaves-dropp- cor-tai- 1 peace-olienn- r. -- 1 tol-rn- n 1- 1 OATAgf onting-room.- , lf f fl I 1 ..!. , 1 '. - . m am Mui-uuiiy- -i Ini-ju- n lUll-lt- CO half-wa- down-'o-z-'r- o n: J , -- j j i ut-u-u bed-quilt- ." ! QUOINS u mm, JIim-to--- ... x e n. ben- ln e man-ageme- pu-- e, r- - MrtJr I weM-kno- g ; '.! 1 1IL-- n (.tKii-Min- i i iii-iii- i' ....v con-.stru- liCfi!! IV life IfOM y. I IBflfilK ,.i ......,, et?i fessSigSgg5 tm4 tfL. a, your'-pardon- ," - .... exO Wi-Q- -- " m&?5& :rp- TV (VU ' B AsJSJi 36i?SraS " sJtoxs&& r. m - HorcestoeEOfo- ! $4?m "; SS. i'e'e yfj .T fc;s' v p'-W- , pre-ento- d o - 1 ! -. so-call- ed green-toppe- hair-dressing- ?" mc-jhanic- al T quc-tio- ns cm-ploy- I "J ,. ,"" The GBANOEST PREMIUM and a oanH per cent "-T- e petty-spirite- d, le-- What-earesSata- n one-ha- lf 1 -- .- s on -- get-thcro-- nd high-tempere- d? mm mW SSSS - ffiSS.,.) Ku! - Va1A Wb. w Y i $60.5 : r-- - lUJ?,wSWAT-.ir&SOXjh!ll- -- lf aw .- IlfT1?-r-lE- ship-boar- He-side-s, swear-Whenlhe- wagon.--Kansa- f ' f 1 v.- - ' . If VT""-- rf' -- . &&aifiy&& JUSOtiKhifSUaSHS, &J$s&sL w 'K - v.. -- . ,i h'yi. ..i1"" H u 4. 11,111 U JL mw wwwwiywu.'jifK LOCAL NEWS. SB si'ctm.vr. xsxr euidav IVHiH i Hon. II. A. Tyler ot City Hall. "-ui- i Next Tuesday Tveokisl the Presidential election day. The Litest Stjle Goods, at J. Amseko's SoK3. Mrs. Dr. A, A. Farisisvisit-in- p Louisville. f Have you Been the new Hnasian Circulars, Cloaks, Dolrnans.J and Jersey JacVet he prettiest and cheapest ever sold in Hickman, at J. Amberg's Eons. Urs. J. West Powell is in Chattanooga, Tenn. visit-ing;relativ- es lf Yoa can nave 25 per cent in price, and cnt in quality by buying FURNI TUBE at E. T.GARDNER'S. 40 per Clinton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Win. facturer of Southern Kentucky. Jordan. We are authorized by leading The Latest Style Clothing, and Nobbiest Democrats to announce that a fair Hats, at J. Ambero's Sons. division of timo will bo accorded Blain is in Indiana and Lo- any reputable Republican npeuker. gan iu Iowa, both waving the A joint discussion preferred. Miss Yirio Hale, of Hon. Henry A. Tyler by invitation of many Democrats of this county, has consented to addross the people at the City Hall, in Hickman, on Friday night, the 31st instant, on the political issues of tho Presidential campaign. This announcement ought to insure a.crowded house. Come oiu and hear all about tho Mulligan letters, tho Republican tariff humbug, credit Mobilier, &c. We want tho laboring people of this community, particularly, to come out and hear the labor question discussed by the leading manu- bloody shirt. TJie J. Ambero's Boss. The' Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky is not: iu session at Louisville. .J, AMaa BoJfS. A brother of Mn J.-- Barnes, 'from far off lewa, has beui visiting hlui. He "will locate here. O. Finestocds, a Xcvcr The Prettiest Goodr. at If you are Buffering with low and depressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to fee the rapid improvement that will follow-yo- u will bo inspired w ith new life; strength and activity will return; pain and misery .will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cento a bottle at Fortune's Drug Store able Capt. C. L. Randlo mado an and ringing Democratic speech at City Ilall, Wednesday night, to a very good crowd. Some good judges who heard him, pronounce it tho ablest political speech they have heard this campaign, and a complete and overwhelming refutation of Houston's speech in the same hall last week. It is to be regretted that very few Republican voters in this community can bo induced to go out and Clo W' The Nobbiest Goods, at J. Ambero's Sons. pendent Order of Odd Fellows for the State of' Kentucky will meet in Louisville on next Tuesday Note- The Grand lodge of the Inde Ihnrtniui in Ilrookljn. New York, Oct. 21. The Brooklyn Riuk was filled to overflowing by an audience composod as largely of women as men, when Hon. Allen G. Thurman, tho guest of the Young Men's Democratic club, stepped upon the platform. The women applauded the speaker as wildly as the men. Over-Homeetings were organized outside, jlr. Thurman said: "Some pieces of music I never get tired of hearing, but their old song of destruction to the business interests of the country in the eveut of the election of tho Democratic candidates is a song I am tired of hearing, and I believe you alTare. Mr. Blaiue began the old song. He commenced it in Maine, brought the refrain to Ohio aud its echo to West Virginia. And tho chorus of the song was that Democratic success would hurt American labor. But Mr. Blaine is governed by localities. Now ho is in Indiana. There lie has dropped the tariff and taken up tho bloody shirt, Mr. Blaine and his coadjutors aro protectors of American labor, aro they? Just take your daily paper and you will bo almost sure to see notice of the suspension of this or that corporation nntil its employes aro willing to submit to a reduction of fifteen or twenty per cent, in their wnges. ThiB is what they call the protection of American labor. To sum it up, the tariff talk is Republican dust kept in stock to throw in Democratic eyes." to-uigbt w JJum!i.iHj.tmlr- - . 8 Just rereived, a line selection of IG SHOW, sm o A3 H A aa V wsWBr p B A 'Y lis ission Fres ts all Departments. BUGGIES. THE The latest Drama entitled U Call and Examine. UNDERTAKERS ALSO r AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. New Goods of all grades in my line. undtrtola 2s U Th1s3 have the finct line of A'S Pmcts Low. GOOD3 cvor Will not H hr fit H m0 43 U n P a o will be played to perfection. The great Vocalist "UNCLE TIM." as- Stat-..:n : o l,;,. nf t:-- . until t . IMIGIirMvSbHSrWllEx KIVALSFI)KAVAY. '""i ' .... Vocal ..u nin amy i.u J. i icva ...: i juu urvs. the place, on the opposite corner from Plant Bro's. & Co., under tho Now charmed, and will load yourself like a sensible person, with Don't forfjut many of tho CITV HALL. Give raea call before buying elwhere. bargains now being offered, consisting of all the novelties of the tcieon. upon finding anything in uiv 1ioqc that is kept in a first clay XY can Dress Goods, a big variety, from a nice Brocade at 4$c per yard to a fine Black Silk, Trimmings, Buttons, &c, to exactly match all. Nice Ginghams at 5e per yard, good Canton Flannel at oc, Full 4-- 4 Heavy Domestic at 5c per yard, Gray Blankets 50c. All good Fresh Goods, S3- picked up by chance, and ;ood for heart disease. The handsomest lino of Lndie and Mibflen Wraps, ever Offered In tbd City, (the latest styles). Ladies and Misses fine Custosamadfi Shoes every pair warranted. A full line of our Mr. Plautrs Custom Boots and Shoea. Nothing Hkq them in the city. Wo warrant eVeryvpair;ftry theffl MY GOOOS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS. brought to WAEON HIGH1PRICES, o THEIR otot.i u.. aionu uj .PJ r. Respecifidh, T- C.iO.IO.WSSIE FOR WM Til BIO- flM VRBB ADMISSION INTO SIDE SHOW Ulii SjxcM 'oUe Courlrr-JoumR- l. Plant's low prices. xnere is not a piece or ma chinery in motion in the Kentucky penitentiary, and food is being purchased to feed tWGOO convicts. PURE country i--ru I J J Is. I I ? yfc In West Virginia the Democrats 'carried tho State by 5.000 majority overall tho other parties combined. Where was tho greater Gun Implements, ic., Pistols ami Pistol Cartridges, Brass aud Paper Shells, Diamond Grain Powder, Chilled Shot, Wads, and a general liu victory won? of Ammunition. Also, Hunting Loats, and Hunters Gum Boota. In Evansvillo tho chairmen of both parties have signed an agreeThese Goods will he sold nt Bottom Prices. to be polled. ment not to have any imported FUQUA & DEBOW, Wholesale AgonU. U. S. Marshals there on election A Great Discovery. , day. Twenty extra policemen 10 Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., savs: Democrats and 10 Republicans Hon. Khey Boyd, District ".My wite has been seriously affected witlia will be appointed and Bvansville Democratic elector, made a rous cough for twenty-fivyears, and this spring will run her own oloctiou. ing good speech at Hickmau, Fri- more severely than ever before. She had day night last, to a good audience. used many remedies without relief, and beSiS35??! a mm West Virginia wont Democratic m ing urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, notwithGoods "at by over 7,000 majority, New did so, with most gratifying results. Tie his Buffalo visit lccently, and thej standing Blaine & Co., stumped J". Axiijerq's Soxs. first bottle relieved her vefy much, and the second bottle has absolutely cured her. say wo cau just as certainly count the Statojust previous to tho elecFarmer's are now busily She has not had so good health for thirty New York, New Jersey and Con- tion. It is safe to concede West in sowing wheat t)vring years." necticut for to the dryness of the season and Trial Bottles Free at Fortune's Drug Kentucky. Cleveland as we count Virginia for Cleveland in NovemA Republican from ber. UaTO in stock and are daily receiving a complete line of Hardware andjCutlcry the cheap price of the cereal, the Store. Large Size $1.00. our State last night told mo that acreage in this conuty will be he believed that The Republicans, fearing Illinoman would The Nashville police say num- win the race, and our a small ma is will go Democratic, will put touch smaller than usual. that bers of colored men at Nashville, jority in Ohio m ould do Blaiue no U. S. deputy marshals in Chicago Mi&. tjieo. Warren toss been Hickin November. Carter Harrison seriously ill this week, demanding Memphis, Chattanooga and deputy good. man, have been hired as and his police force will clean constant attention at her bedside, United States Marshals for work AXD A GESERAL LIKE OF A them out. whichccsunts for the lack of l in tho Louisiana elections on the Special to tba Flchltuf; vS'niic. and general editorial matter 4th of November. They are to Mr. Green, secretary of the in- Housekeeping Goods, Builders' Material. Washington, oct. 20. Repre in this issue. get 5 a day, ready armed aud sentative Foran arrived at Wil- - dependent Repnbliean committee, Use UB5IAL SCOTCH BNUJ?, or equipped for the affray. We don't lard's from Cleveland, O., this headquarters New York City, plaYou nre cordially invited to call and examine their stock of Coal and Wood Heating UPERIOR SCOTCH SNUFF, tho best in belie e any of the real home colStoves, Gralce, ftc, all of nhicb wo will sell as low as is consistent with a legitimate morning. He says the Democrat- ces Cleveland's majoritv in tho business: o mzrK't, ored folks of Hiekumn would enState of New York sit 60.000 to FUQUA & t)EBOW. gage m tins dirty business, but it ic organization in the State is still Wbolesalo Agents. they will "roughs' are to intact and with great prosocuto the; A full line of the celebrated Charier Oak Cook Stoves, at vigor. campaign PreBi-- " Commissioner Dudley, the nan tills point. Our; It is announced that M llUk ulU bUU Lurt. J. W. CORMAA & CC8. uiisiotmry whoso peculiar be married in colored folks have got nothing to il tlent Arthur is to ueniocrats carrying the diate m tactics partially sttveirOhio to tho Tillis FreUughny-ee- do with the election in Louisian-n- November!" January A fine slock of Brcach.Iotdlng"Shotguna and PIstolsTaT"" Republicans, is to move hie "soapdaughter of Secretary, Jet them stay at home. 85 a "We may carry tin? State. As ing" machine into Indiana this J. W. COftUAN & GO'S. She is sweet 39, tall, day and Blaine, is nothing to those it stands now the Republicans are week. Blender, and a blonde. of them that are bronght back a minority party npon a verj large 'dead corpses." vote. They have a plurality and The Cheapest Goods, at John Kelly called on Gov. Keen Kuttor '"cs, Hatchtts, Kails, and Barb Wire, at J. W. CORMAN & GO'S. not 'a majority, and many Republ- Cleveland in New York City last J. AliBERO'S SOSS. Esquire Nailor, of this conn ty, icans will not vote for Blaine. him 50,000 TamA crank attacked Gov. Cleve- issued a warrant on Monday, The United States Marshals will week nnd pledged The ladies are ed to call and osamine the finest line of Scissors ever displayed many votes, "no matter what othland on the street, in Albany, 2? . against Charlie Sams, Mel Sams, probably not be allowed to over- er men tell you." Bully fttr warranted, at J. ff. CORMAN & CO'S. for John! in Hiekcnn. Era Y., Monday, but without harming and Osa Culberson, charging ride tho State again, and the Demliiia. The crank was trying to them with having committed a rape ocrats have a good chance of carHon. W. II. Calkins, Republibulldoze" the Governor into on tho person of Maggie Sams. The rying the November election. At can candidate for Governor of out of young girl lives at Moscow, but all events, the fight will be a hot Indiana, is seriously ill and all of his brother & the penitentiary. the ouense is saul to have been one. Thero will be no let-uon his appointments to speak liavo Dr. Wilson's Evaporated Corn, Superior committed in Fulton connty. Sher- oar part. If we don't carry the been cancelled. MANUFACTURERS OF to can cor", can bo had at Mute & Shaw's iff Johnson arrested Culberson, State we will give tho Republind John Witling's, also evaporated apples one of the parties, on Tnes-da- cans all they want to do to save Rev Dr. A. H. Uedford.a promiand quince. county it." nent and widely known Methodist and he is now in the divino, member of tho Louisville The lionisville Exposition jail. As the charge is to be legal Treespt nnd I'rncllce. Conference, died in Nashville Frily investigated, we abstain from From the Covington CoinmonvrraHli.l doses Saturday. It has certainly day afternoon. great a success as last any statement as to the guilt or In a speech at Louisville not been as Ml last year. Expositions like County innocence of tho accused Tho amendment changing the Monday night, Fairs have their day, nnd must P. S. Osa Culberson was among other good Senator Beck, Stato election from October to things Enid: before Judge Murrell, now give way to something newer brought Tho only way iu which the dis- November in West Virginia was Thursday, aud discharged for want and more startling. graceful means of using money adopted by a largo majority. of proof. and intimidation to carry elections The type, presses and fixture A justice pantaloons can hardly of tho.Fulton Index were pnrchas-e- d Union Citv has been infested could bo prevented was by tho be called breaches of tho peace. bet week by. Messrs. Hall & some time nast with a crane of enactment of a lawwherebyevery Boston Bulletin. bloody editors of tho Baptist petty thioves, housebreakers, &c, man who comes to take his scat The nero democratic club at Gleaner. Mr. Saunders, of the which has defied detection. Last among the legislators of the counIndex, informs ns that his paper week the ofiiers obtained tho ser- try must first take an oath that ho Cincinnati took part in tho pro has will still be issued. vices of a colored detective, who or not used, caused to bo "used, cession Saturday night. It num known of tho use of either bered 150 voters. went to work, and soon treed tho money The Hickman County Times or force in furthering his expert Bays tho County Fair was reasona- gang by engaging in an election. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS bly well attended, and the exhibi- robbery with them, and then gave Lotus bo honest and candid. A them away. Some ten colored Democratic Legislature in Ken tions a success. It Tecommeuds men Hickmas, Ky., Oct. 2l, 18S4. of Union City are said to tucky passed a law covering these Hickman and Fulton Counties to constitute the caiicr, and they are points. Of course tho law was a Council met Present Mayor JfcCutch-cUnite and organize a Joint Fair at Councilmon Ramage, French, Shaw, some central place say Cayce all under arrest. Onr reporter proper one; but somo "good fol- and Witting. The old, popular and always reliable Hardware house" of sayB great excitement prevails at lows" The minutes of tho last meeting were Station. could not take tho required Union City read approved and signed. oath without a mental reservaBlaine and Logan have been ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. Witting block, Jackson tion; and for their benefit a subseThe canvassing Iowa and Michigan! Th following accounts were presented quent Legislature Why all this effort in States which Street, has been completely reno- embarrassing law. repealed tho properly approved, and on motion were aland lowed and ordered paid: have; heretofore given from 30,000 vated and fitted up for a hotel, T. M. French, eoata in suit of Bonduranl to 80,000 .Republican majority! is to bo called the Hickman House. Tho Indlnnn CmiTnij. & Drcwry, vs. N. C. & St. L. R $34.15 Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware Suppose Cleveland and Hendricks Mr. R. M. Methony, .the popular CorrMponlenco of the W. L. Gardner, feeding prisoners which are offered at were vigorpasly canvassing Texas ana tavonte caterer, is in charge, Mitchell, Ind., Oct. 2.55 and v Kentucky, wouldn't Demo- ready for business, and glajj. to correspondent has been in this R. in Lockup, F. Thomasson, jail fees, 22.60 welcome old as well as new custo- State over two weeks, aud attencrats think things squally t T. V. "Wallace Special Police, 39.000 mers. Rates $2 a day, and 50 ded meantime many great DemoOn motion council adjourned. Mr- - Jeff Dick a deputy Bheriff cents a meal. Call and see hi'm: It. E. MILLET, C. 0, cratic as well as in Mississippi county, Mo., and the. Republican rallies. My observaposse summoned by him to arrest Elder Fleming left Thursday tions, carefully made, lead mo to mAruiei, and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to wm. Creek, and by which posse for a visit to his mother and chil- the conclusion that never before, wnrrB. bo exactly as represented. was shot and killed, were dren, uear Owensboro, Ky., and in the history of Indiana, has the Greek On before an examining Court, consequently thero will be no Democracy of this State been so Jenniethe 19th inst, J. R. Pulley and Miss tried Haynea. Tuesday and acquitted. It was preaching at the Baptist church, active as now. Such is the conCOLORED. proven by six witnesses that Sunday current opinion of old men here On the 20lh inst., Ned Lacewoll and LizCreek fired at the posse, and two who have voted the Democratic zie Browder. Xb Cincinnati witnesses swore that he did not ticket from Jackson down to On the 20th Inst., Henry Williams and Chicago News. There will bo no success- Polly Chambers. We regret to announce tho "Amau waB killedat one of . hero and no impordeath of little Charlie Outteu, son polling places a littlo while the ful The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. Bnclilen(i Arnica Snlvc Dr. J. If. Outten, who died "Was ho one of our men!" ago." tation of negro voters or white of The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give speThe BestSAlVe in the world for CntSj bummers, as recently in Ohio. Wednesday evening. He was a "Yes, but Bruises, Sores.Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. sprightly, active, kind hearted lit- had voted." it doesn't matter he Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, InccrNoU'a tle fellow, and his death will be a Doesn't matter! Why confound Indianapolis Btntincl.) Cold bhotilclcr. R. B. BREVARD. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi great grief to his sorrowing pa- it, man, the chances are we yon not return East tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It "Why do rents. May comfort go to their lost a dozen votes by his. have burl wnrlr fnr Blsiine?" .Tinlrro T?v. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, death or money refunded. Price 25 cents per Bad hearts. Like enough he had just begun an, of the Treasury department at box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Dmcr Sio. The correspondents of all the voting." Ban x'ninuiHcu, ubKeu jduu Aiiger-sotho othor day. And this was papers,1 Republican and DemoFIsli Sclivfcrcd Fi'ec. cratic, agree that election day in Tammany Hall beats them all in the answer of the man who eight We will deliver fish to any part of the Cincinnati was a fearful mob. The street demonstrations. Tuesday years ago dubbed Blaine the plum- city no chargo for delivering. Leave shotgun overshadowed the tariff night Tammany ratified Cleveland ed knight. Hear him: "While I your order at the dock, or at J. W. Rogers. bEAiKK J SEEMANN, & BRO. and all other issues. It was an aud Hendricks, and her braves haven't eulogized the Gods aa outrage, but if Ohioans can stand turned out in force. It is estima- much as somo, I have never, and Coal, Coal, Coal. DBMS ! MID HUMS FAINTS AND it, let such a policy work its own ted that 200,000 people were out. never will defend the devil." STUFFS VTahave enough Pittsburgh COAL on conclusions. Governor Abbott says tblDenl-ocrati- c On last Thursday, the lGth inst., hand to supply the town. Only 45cts. per box at the bin. HIt is 3,155 miles from Washiug-tbat- o majority in NewXinrcnr 3C CJ 3BS1 3MC A JXT9 there was a heavy fall of snow in J ...111 tin nnr.. 1ft (lftft FRENCH & PLUMMEB. San Francisco. DU UVU1 JLV.UUV Bill Hampshire. New PRESCRIPTIONS CARh FU j. , f COMPOUNDBDt to-da- hear a Democratic speaker, whero-a- s Democrats courteously hear: One week from next Tuesday, the Republican speakers. Wei and Cleveland will bo elected wish every Democrat iu Fulton President. Xew Yovfc and Tndi county conld hear Ran die. If awi, with the solid South will do they could, it would insure the it. Democratic ticket 500 more votes DENTAL SCOTCn SNUtF will pre- - in this county than now promises erva the teeth, t ixvwgma 2-c- a. ad APPLE VINEGAR, enure. e Frankfort, Oct. 17. The following Tetter was received by a friend from Kentucky's State Treasurer, now visiting in New York City: As I Bee things hero and learn from those who ought to know, I don't think there is scarcely a doubt of Cleveland's election. It is true, this city is strongly on his side, but I have heard men talk who know whereof thev spoke, of results iu this vicinity, and, making my deductions accord-hglI am thoroughly impressed with tho idea that we have got Mr. Blaine's scalp without a doubt. I was for a long time in tho house of Banks Bros., one of the oldest publishers of law books iu the country. One of tho firm lives iu Connecticut and one at Albany, a most devoted friend of Cleveland, who was with him on to-da- y y y, Whoro-yo- u can,seotbegreatftt'var.cty ofMcna, Yontha and Boys Furnishing Goods, aritrCJot7iingp'from the cheapest to the finest SuUh, madq specially to our order, and guarMiteed the best fitters in the market. Grand lectnre each day from sonvj 0f the leading orators In Mercantile circles, upon the importance of buyiij Goods of PLAUTBRO'S. & CO., and mivo your money. "I" The Republican ticket did not get a majority of the votes cast in Ohio. Tho Democratic, Prohibition aud Greenback voto exceeded tho Republican vote by over 1,200. Tlic best makca of JPLAUT BROS. & OO uUliy. TFw Made the Low JPric&t n '5.M - QS - Ht5223 to-da- y BTCHA1TA1T. o m ing to buy. of WK announoc immeiiHo to our friend hd the pnbllc generally, thai wb bnw Jwrf leeefox utock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the trado of parties wUb. We can show ill styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Abo, flue Ik umitur I mmmmw on-gag- "Ve propose to make on! price to suit the spirit of the timed, Ton can wet torcJ you need never leave oltf bou to look for ektaper goods. We propose to eel I m hv ta any retail Furniture store in the "I'urchase. Very respectfully, T. F. WILBURtf & (XX SST"8.oro rooms in new Odd Fellows building. JgrTAil kind of Repairing done on short notice, and wo aro prepared to give special inducements as is a wofkttAMhlp etffe Alaq Contractors and Builders of Houses. lo-a- Ccmrltr-Joura- and i xxvs Our stock ts complete ro all lines, tuu) tyti f?tfl Goods bought of ns. $cr? tot? 8Py - 70,-00- 0. nujygomo uriRl'oni 11 to-tii- ss n a u. Ti- par--donin- g in-la- w p HEUTWECK, BALTZEB, DRY GOODS, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW CURTAINS, AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, CO. GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS OIL PAINTS, &a Wc respectfully invito all to cell and oxamifiS oO purchasing elsewhere v, hP MW 13 STOCfi ijcfirf?. J. AMBEI'S c: SiS Hickman, Sentucky J. W. COWGILL OSA&sa xar 3 4mm n, PATENT !nt 5H!B.!Eg7BJ.?lB) MEDl C I HOME AWdul lijptttf NIESI sewing machines; PAINTS 3STEW 4yfe Conrlar-Journ- A.233 TD1LEHRTICLES &C., SCn T . lD.--Yon- r mass-meeting- s, PRICE 0. "I . Vl --- X fOlClDUl, ft, Sws $Ot itlhg Digbt Ml M 10 celo4 Qrllrt6triitioc5 filled at any hour, day M. Caldwell's school m girls jnd boys, Han-coo- k. THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN bull-dozin- g AND CONTINUE NINE MONTHS. ot priihary iBstrafltloo, Uie twuaj Tho bourw of Study includes, as heretofore, the beel stiidles in EnglUh, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elocution and Eepeoiaf attention is devoted to the preparation df boys for butlBeaa, for ll THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE -- tlkiB, ( aBH forprofessionalstadieB. "" "JUBuiwuion oi Uorrespynaencc fully sblicited. Addrew, Aug- - prnui wwo ww r-.- -B i,,..!. -Blciiaaa, b. a. OALbWiiLL. 8, 1881 Ky- - I ?X-"'W- -- HICKMAN, I I0S81 PI&EtfuCY. -- 13-- 5S 5 3r JL i -- i' JL. .. - .- - .r - V-.ju- .1 . ilSt - i, . 4"Vt A' Z. t ' fWMlMNMlNi Hull. - II1IB IIMlll !! MafafriaBiaWifiM Ill IIIM "rrji ,Jjhz:.jm2Li&z--- ' TIH"" "' T 4k- II l III iM i-i- -- ?&&22t&5K3mmL3L iswsrs-s- jaES&assg; iw &te&-iitfj- !! tJ ibi I i m i i- - ' - . rjUST Bio- bargains in Gents Clotliing. i-- ? .- - is Oifslag in in in in Sq. Cfegd 21gge&s Bi bargains in ladies trimmed Hats- .Big bargains in Bed Comforts. J3Ig bargains in .Bianricis. . 2 rc-- Big bargains Bis: bargains '.Bia bargains Big bargains Boots and Shoes. Blankets. Carpets. Canton Flannels. Big bargains in Cloaks & Bnssian Circulars. Big bargains in Dress Goods. Big bargains in Trunks and Yalises. la lk Illw.l&i oodi Big bargains in Overcoats. Big bargains in mens and boys Hats. Big bargains in ladies Skirts. Big bargains in Linen Tablecloths. SEBTSATIOX How C2o V T?T5 1 SUCHANAET. r A TBSAIX. wan AiAV -- t n km THE SHOT' BUS POLICY. ffiE CONGRESSIONAL RACE. the A CouKrcHaionnl AnnmUto. Princeton HICKMAN "NIGGERS." Stone J 1 H. A, & R. T. Tyler, IS.ow I'Ost, flow ReMtoreil, spoke at Wallonia last Satnrday. From the NhTllIc American. Jiut pnMlahM, a n rdllfon of Dr. CoIrtrwsU Republicans. tl: McCracken County, Oct. 19. Capt. Stone spoke first. In jfs reCtleLralnl Ejjsj on the aABlcLCTll ' 8praa Quito a sensation occurred on 85 A DAT AX: SrUK DEATH. trrho or seminal Weaken. Iniolitltr; SnJ 11 I want - to say to your renders, plya Col. Turner referred to Cant.II From the NhTl!K. r cu -J . tho south bound train from Lou at. Ill ul Ltmrrs, Inipotrnejr, Mental nd rhjtUal Ika .IiAa'nlll ' otuu"a a "ll"u paelty, Iftipnlimrnt tu Marriage, ttr. alio. Cam aonomnllvw isvillo as it rolled out from EdgeThe worst feature : 'of 'tho ,,v......j ll.nBft who SllllliOrt- Capt. Stone r..o Ilia fathers idol ntiittiun, L'llr'jr anil Tlt, indntaj bj IMaa'a) Ono of tho oldest and most roll says are badly poliGROYER CLEVELAND, gentf, or wxnal rztraTaganrc.it. HICKMAN, K NTUCKY , was the desperate shot' Stone, who report . aud had received , most of his - .,hift doIIco men in this city, while field Junction last night. A had n.... The cclrl.ratt-t, anthor. in thIC aillnlrablt Mj, , tician on tho train, it seems, uemorauzeuin ...ruuuii i uuuii( iu. it f in" iiiiki - ami nit&& inUnta.cliarlj tieirttraf fnim iMrtj ara'aaceciarBl n LiirvciiTiiiMiii .1 iIII IIIP irilllll gun, l policy, which .. . , kJLUIiVt . ' Ill JZIIIL. C3trifk Ins LiTotljorB nnci Bisters wnnt was proBOCUting'hiBbusinesHiH con- - made himself very obnoxious by - &.w .lltll'. i. ww aliiiMma radlrallj ctiftrd ; polntlftj ont c!dt ve i estcrday, unearthed a ATTEND TO ALL DUBINES3 of rurn Tr7"Il-for in tbo'tth&tjSnsHii Cin'cln. at onrr implp, certain, lib 4 effrctaal, by are ' iT. ,nw vnr; racy on the part ot tho mana- - hmnirinz around found Democrats enirtHteil to their care. T ronVicK rftF.sinr.xT, ' uicai. xiiu giBi i "" mean of whirli ,wi try mTrrr( no m(lr wboi lit i uv one would .r !. .:.- uati aud the o&r larger cities of w, i.v n,nt ti,nrn cibiii'jii may tr, may cure himself cktaaly, piU i. tliot Rtmio ..t.. rnliiwfl ufJ jer 01r u'v vinunuy,n ui mw l?o- and as soon as he Block. j..w..w linn .wv. life " THOS. A. 'HENDRICKS, tie doubt of this result. xiiere irnu taclj and radlcnlly. hirn that he was from New that State. 'The United States havo been great changes in Stone's uroiuers aim sisicrs. 010110 waif- - publican party in tlie soutn 10 tell OO'TliU lecture rhould be In the LutU TrJ Orleans, but had been to Cincinyonlh man n Iht land. of ixnrAXA. Marshal pointed one thousand favor in Ballard, Graves, Callo- ed down the aisle toward Turner,- carrvat least one of the Southern nati to help Powell Clayton carry 8rnt real, iu a plain eriTeluj.e, lo aaj aaU j 1.1 'jmumsp; receipt hnger at him, ami by importing nc deputies chosen largely from way, Marshall, McCraekon and shook hishis statement as a ''Ho states for Blaine bordering States.) tho city for the . Kepubhcau party. DH. W. K MORRIS, 6tm, onAditrex pf fuaf ctBli, vt twe yaU atiip. . BLASKE'S ESPERAT!OS. nounced gro voters from IHKCULVL'RWELL MEDICAL CO., great many non residents of Ohio, armed tliein Livingston, whilst Caldwell and as black and infamous as ever 1 A m St., Stvr Tork, V. T. I'cxt OtOaa Tho officer ai,l ho m, swmliuc PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, B. 4M Lyon will give Stone larger maThe South fo bo Rutldozert. with repeating Tifi'es "find revol- jorities than they evor gave a emantcd from human linsJ' Turn-- within n mom. tho windows of different voting eated at several precincts m Cini'l'i Since the Ohio election Blaine's vers, overy one of thorn from the nominee. I meet up with old or wanted to explain. Stone told which were closed with Venetian cinnati on election day and that JllCK)lAb ' Offers his profsssional cerTtces to tba party, nominally to Turner voters now for Stone from him, "No; yon ha o said i&uulyou shutters, through which ho heard was the reason the city went speeches have becif made' up of Republican cithens Hickman and Ticinitj. Cat) well can make no explanation! It's a In In addition to this he be found of Fortune Drug 8tore. a desperate effort torwav.e.;tliG maintain peace and, order and to these counties who give namo lie. and tou have told it'' all the conxersation between two had at Drewry negroes whom ho sa'id that a gang of repeaers were "bloody shirt" taking the Went guard the polls. If peace and or- after name of changes, amounting time shaking his linger at Turner, dressed never seen in Nashville before BicxtTrac avS roBHtun way to Now Orleans neighborhoods and preVirginia Democratic victory and der was tho object why wero in Bomo to complete revolutions. and Turner retreating. Turner One of the negroes asked the now on their carry that city and B. P. O'DAKIEL, M. D., to preparo to cincts a solid South asJiis text, and ap- these deputies all taken from the I confess that I fear some of tho left the house wiLh head Jianging other if ho had gotten any of Louisiana for tho Republicans, or ission Hjercl)ait, The democrats more enthusiastic aro disposed to and the word liar buruiuj in his "the stuff from headquarters yet?" raise such a row that the docto- OFFERS MS PROFESSIONAL aud pealing for a solid North. Before Republicans! ., U the citixens of Hickman face. "Bill Alex,' as he called the oth- ral voto of tho Stato would bo JUCKMAJf,-the Ohio election, ho Bought to made application to have some exaggerate the changes to Stone, icmitj. ho had already er, replied that I only fol thrown out when tho college met. Office Corner room in L&clede House. make the tariff the great and only Democrats commissioned as depu but in mv calculations yon Kcaji always on hand, Fret low tho more conservative ud IRiSoikul I2ussiocrali; AcJ- - gotten 200. "What aro tho otli- - The fellow, though well dressed ifisne. but from, henceforth the ty marshals, but tho request was to do with it?" asked LIME, CEMENT, &ALT. PLABTEH Bi. (Ik es. ei and apparently fully up in Repub- DR. A.. moderate claims. For instance, I . cor TLl ES, GRASS SEEDS, CLOTKR, fcc. bloody shirt business is to absorb refusod. The Democrats there- do not claim tho changes f lican trickery and plans, was quite Ni:w York, Oct. 17. li view "Bill Alex" replied : "I am go- drunk, and wheu one of tho DemWill make liberal adrances all otherB. This, taken in con- upon had an equal number of to Stone that are claimed in cerCatto PHYSICAN ADD SUR6EQN. of tho rqsult of the electbns in ing to got niggers in Nabhville to Corn, Ac, for t'e or fhipnienu with the published state- deputy sheriffs appointed by the tain counties, and that men aro Ohio and West Virginia tie Na- agree to go to Louisiana and be ocrats ho was annoying told him nection mchl d rascal" do 1 KENTUCKY bet ments that hundreds of appointed Sheriffs of tho county. The re- willing to von on. Northis or care tional Democratic Committee to- United States Marshals and voto ho was "abod annoyed anyand ho HICEMAS, not. more, pnblish would not whether United states ilarshals are on sult was: 2 killed, o fatally woun- but there aro Democrats here-- ; day lfesued an address to tie peo- for Blaine. Ah soon as I x a nig- - tho politician drew his revolver, hia Profenlonil SerriccB to United States, wliicli their way to Louisiana to supervise ded, and 17 wounded. It is said abouts who want to let the Dem- ple of the wo may conndcutV ex- gcr, I am going to ouy mm a uck-- ' showed his United States Deputy the citi.enu of Uickman and and give him Marshal's badgo and ordered the says that et to New Orleans the election in that State, tells too to have been a fearful day ia Cin- ocrats of Fulton county who pect a majority in Ohio for (Jlovo- - instructions to take a letter I wdl our view Wo Democrat to throw up his hand3 plainly not only the desperation cinnati and in other cities. Good think as we think know Congressional fight. You land and Jl endncics in JNoveniuer. givo him to a certain man. and and surrender. The Democrat of the The address states thai the aro bound to carry Louisiana of Blaine but the terrible results people will ask why tho presence can print it if yon like, and hold replied by knocking the politician E L. SEP8 all kinds ot HapU ed Blaine managers expended not Florida, and tho big bosses say down with bis fist and taking his 0. may follow. Thoy appear of this large force of which mo responsible for auy errors or in Ohiq and wo aro fixed to do it. I ain't no pistol away from him. This made determined to succeed no matter deputy United Marshals, in a loy- mi8judgments. Hero then are my less than $500,000 in Wes; Vir- common nigger, and I havo workATTORNEY Af LAW more than $100,000 G repeater very angry, and he how, no matter how much money al, peaceable State, aud allof them figures a3 to tho counties: ginia in their political workg; that ed this trick before. All yon have the annoying the Democrat all the following Wo give kept bJ Confectioneries. Will bo ple8td to employed on political jobs to do in to go where I tell yon, say tho way to Nashville, and had to nftllnnfo-it may cost no matter how much taken from one political party! majorities inTurner his old customer, and will bati suit Pnaf TT.frnn AgL m tho following coun- they men engaged in custold. tho postal nothing, and do as you are the :hcm in price and qu&litjr. Call audit blood may bo. shed. The Demo- Some years ago, it was the bo knocked down twice moro beties : for money. They united States; Profitift til. "Quick Sales and crats are perfectly jubilant over tom for the Republicans to send Ballard, 300 ; Calloway. 200 ; Mar- service of the of veterans by that They don't carehundred thousand fore he arrived in the city. Tho Won't be undersold HICKMAN, KY. j&nlif the havo got one the payment pistol ho had certain Southern shall, 300; Graves, 100 ; Trigg, 200. passenger gave tho their prospects in Now York, and tho soldiers into Commissioner of Pensions jhas dollars cash in the bank to turn taken irom Powell Ohvyton's heel 53T Will attend promptly to all bus! bein Indiana, and these States on election dayB. The fair Total, 1,100. confident following been delayed by him with tho pur- this trick. They sent for yonyon. er to Conductor Joe Jacobs, wIiobc neBS entrusted hira ia South r8ieri We give in spirit of the people rebell- majorities in Stone the pose of coercing them to voU for cause thev has confidence with the Democratic States in the minded Republican repeater took Ssnttc-- J &! tforthweatcrn Tcunosfeo tho following conn-tie- s Mr. Blaine ; the soldier manageFOR SA.&S3, that they armed 'the That otter what yon is got from train the South elect Qleveland and Hen- ed against polls in the Southern : for Louisville. .Mr. Jacobs said if SptciBlattoatioB giTca to tho Marshals of tho United States aud Mr. Stephens will put you into the the owner of tho pistol got sober lion of Liad title", and the pKrohwo ment of the Caldwell, 700; Lyon, 330; Liv- incited them to violence and outdricks. Hence ibo desperate de- States, aud they were compelled Xi.A.JTXS dale sf Real Estate. TJAafc ring, and then you will got the to Montgomery he ingston, 100; Crittenden, 200; termination to wrest Louisiana to quit that plan. In the peudiug rages ; that these almses of polit- capital to work on. What you boforo he got the pistol to him. Hick--mawould return 100; Fulton, 100 ; from the Democrats at till hazards. Presidential election, in their desical power havo beet, committed want to do is to get what monoy Otherwise, ho will turn it over to 150. Total, 1,700. "IQl acrcdon Dyerabarg roaJ, I$aile HICKMAN 3SAEBLE WORKS eanctioK with and say you had to pay a They know that the presence of peration, thoy appear to be subI OJL from liickmau. Addrcaa. There aro those who claim that Blaine,the full they made of Mr. you can 10 and his cxponses to go tho railroad company. The rewhom ono of nigger if P. DOKAHOH armed stituting armed deputy United Stono will carrv Graves county peater had quito a number of horde of this Rtntps mnrslisils for the soldiers. their county and ward worrs in to New Orleans, when yon only tnends ou the tram gomgtne same care isAKL. C Davis &.Co.,&r. Lonly HICSilAN, KY. -, United States Marshals, all se I That which they have attempted by 500 to GOO, that it is an even the two States, and that tno coiuv nnv him S5 and his expenses. The - . accotnUB -lected from the Eepublicau party,! pvtrtiallv in Ohio, it is understoou clip in Ballard, thatrt--his majority try is fully aroused is tob-a'afeeoiLi time a,M r. ueo'vi- y: caneo on mam '7 ''"".S"1" - ."iii r fMliwWlne'attIiprinnut TitA irewill intimidate tfeetieisTBU.UiQ UlHHu. LOWER and LOWER. "lit" - ?'un-!it riw'l'UlTbl 9Tolo Im.C rfw" DBA&SX 13 t)1111liLIla.ia The address these places what they .iaino7Iy,tlw,Nio help him "do wn tho desperation oi- "-If Jersey aud ConnectiM, they will der a11 previous votes hrr.nrrcTrVT4JiQll,?SlU?UVTMr. it niitrtTrm Thov l.or-- rrot tx lot nf men in Democrat? ii'"-,"All kind of Groceries binsn, aldee, &Ov iimi speculators auirn!t.Munorations Hickman, K3 ., Chattanooga, Teun., blcandbravcrjeukmia fa Italian amd AaasicAS MAasr.a os cheap 14 the cheapest. I will aot b$ need these three feoutnern states have heard that tho party m your have grown rich, but undersold. trade is stag- Nashville and Memphis." JOHN WJlTiNG. tUcv3uitfoer8 to give them the iy iair or ioui means, xnoy in- counties were demoralized, but I nant. "What is dey goin' to do wid byOmaha, Neb., Oct. 17. The loss M0ItC;!2.fT8, TOMB AND GRAVB. carry them by intimida- want them to pick up courage and fate all riirht with them, and if tend to tho hogdiseasein Washington, "Tho commerce of the country deso niggers what we sends to go into tho tight. Don't desert r bloody riots at the polls are pro tion, and failing they will provoke the column in tho hour of victory. has decayed," says tho address. Orleans, after dey is dono worked Burt and Dodge counties alouo such riots and bloodsbed in New ST03E3, will aggregate 700,000. The hog "Mills are standing idle. WLero dc election racket" voked the crv wU be "only the Orleans and other parts in the wages have rebels are to blan.c for it." Ye South, that Northern sentiment Calhoun. have been not been stopped they "Wo haven't got anything to do business which has been the chief 25ct8 Lower than the Lowest AVISO rocelTed a fine lot of Amer reduced. Mechanics with that. If you was a politician industry in Eastern Nebraska, is ic&n and Itilisn Marble, I an pre are disposed to fear that their will justify throwing tho electoral and laborers go about seeking em- you would understand that tho ruined. Experts now agree ttjat pared to fill all orderB. Call &nd esasine I Lave no clerk erpeneae bo mr bloody programme will win and votes of those States out entirely, From JlnrslicU County. ployment in vain. Women and only man you had to look out for the disease is not cholera; tto ur work and pay cash for all ay Queries, raa 2 or counting them forBlaiue. They lungs in dead animals are always Correspondence of the Counir. that ihertuy Blaine will bo the next may say that this is an excited, children are beginning to want was Blaino, and if you could make Ordcra from the aatrj pronipil therefore cau 8eUM5jSeap as tfca eatatt est. Best branda cf Witttnberj and bread, and yet tho farmer cau find anything by it, that wonld be all badly inflamed, and there are oth D&7U6 President. The South cannot af- partisan view; out what fair mindBenton, Ky., Oct. isth, I88'l.-r- - no Star Flour, '5 centa cheapar than lat Uk profitable market for his grain. right. Blaine first nd Sam next, er signs of pleuro pneumonia. In law As this seems to be a year of ford to resist, and thereat North ed man can givo a reason for apJOHN K1TTINQ, addition to the symptoms- noticed horde of deputy politics and politicians I hope it These circumstances afford coiv and d n the niggers. Who cares in Tuesday's dispatches, there is a will bo made to believe that the pointing this elusive proof that a few interests for the niggers i They have alUnited States Marshals! Why may not seem an intrusion when have been rebels of the South were to blame not cared for by tho Bepub-lica- ways been bought and sold since falling off in flesh, loss of appetite, leave tho election to the usual I attempt to give your readers managers at tho expense of they were caught wild in the woods a bad cough and droppings almost for it all. If the programme is Stato officials? and And if deputy some insight as to the political coal black in color. The univerthous- United States Marshals are neces- situation hereabout. This county the interests of tho great body of of Africa. I was educated at sal custom of Nebraska hog raithus carried out, and the FASSIIGXABIiE tnc people." College, Ohio, and & ands of honest men in the North sary at all, why appoint overy ono is surely Democratic and as such The address concludes by re- Oborlinam talking about. II know sers is to turn their swino into the rank cattle yards of them from tho Republican par- will cast an almost unauimous minding the Democracy of tho what I KENTUCKY STREET, and mako them pick can afford to thus be disfranchis- ty? These aro facts which fixed voto for tho Democratic electore. country that these evils can bo with whito men. Niggers are their food out of tho filth. It is . LI A J EtPS Cdnittntl. .. k..l everybody's oyster. We nsc them ed so mote it be. tho proof of tho criminal intent of The Congressional race has been nd sale No- and mako what wo can out of thought this induces the diBeaao, the principal theme of conversa- eradicated only by victory in Moscow IIOR8E8, BUGGIES and HACKS. SHOP. North West tho Bepublicans. vember over tho unscrupulous them. I couldn't wear this whito as hogs that aro kept in pons or and Troy Avenues, Eastcorner of Hickman, Ky., tion for the last month or two. It is said that Clayton, tho Aring purchased the atabl. karic clean pastures and fedliborallyon aSSaiiafoctiou guaranteed. and entire outfit of W. B. PlmaBtr making any precast at the men who aro now endeavoring to plug hat and fine suit of clothes, suitable food are not affected. has kansas carpet-ba- g Xot Jfnrh of a Shower. Governor, propose to continue the bdiimtu,. &&4 April. general result it may bo well to seize tho Presidency, and that this and carry this gold headed cano, been transferred from Ohio to Srom Cincinnati Enquirer aolieit patronage The men who compiled the elec- remark in this connection that tho victory can only bo assured by if I didn't know tho weakness of ftirnjed or Killed. Louisana, .with his army of Deputy tion returns from a Republican writer is an ardent supporter of complete organization. niggers. What yon want to tell Trom Fulton Index, 17th Marshals, all taken from tho Re- standpoint, Tuesday night, oxag Col. Turner, nevertheless, I feel them is that Now Orleaus is a land About tho last of July, Robert flowing with milk and honey, and S. Taylor left his father's butcher jpAMlLY UROeERY publican side, for work in tho No- gerated tho reports far beyond tho that I am able to speak candidly. Xo Iritlmlctntlon for Cnlcngro. BOOTS AND SHOES, there is a free show going on there shop, in Ky., about vember "election. It ib claimed point justified by tho facts. The impartially and fairly. Of course Chicago, Oct. 18. In com- all tho time the World's Show. o'clock at Fulton,saying lie was go-9 to make an early there aro all sorts of reports sent that this will intimidate enough intention was would carry en- abroad by persons who have no mentiiiff upon the supervision of Do you seo ? I see yon do not. ing home, anight, impression that 2, 0. voters to give the State to Blaine, thusiasm to the Bepublicans of regard for the truth. Some of tho polls in this city on election Well, just say that all tho circuses mile. Since distance of about ono that time nothing has or precipitate a bloody riot, and other States. Froin a claim of Mr. Stone's snpportors havo been day and the appointing of Deputy from all parts of tho world is go- been seen or heard from him by (DA VI3 OLD STAND. Keeps In stock tho very JSt,t MaLHaL. United States Marshals and Depand keeps onlj the best workman. War thus justify counting tho State by 10,000 to 2C,000 over Newman, tho so enthusiastic as to class this uty Sheriffs, tho Times this morn- ing to meet there this winter, and his frionds, although diligent in- All all kindi of guaranteed. Repairing oolielttd shows is free and the best fraud. Thoy aro desperate and Bepublicans have been compelled among tho list of doubtful coun- ing says : "Tho Democrats, that onotho going to havo all the other quiry has been made. His fatlinr is to drop to 11,000, as the more re- ties. This is all a mistake. No at first thought ho had only gone STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES must break the solid South. liable returns havo come iu, and good can come from any such is to say, 100 of them, organized ones enven to it. Any kinu or for a short time, but now has fears the official count may make their foolish exaggerations. It is al- yesterday what thoy aro pleased wild talk like that. But bo sure that his son has been dealt with s bouse, atbot THE to stylo a vigilance committee BARTER GROCERY- The Democrats can not elect plurality even less than that. ways best to "tellvhe truth," bo it It is composed of determined mon and pick your niggers right. Get foully But to satisfy his own usually kept8 torn prices niggers who aro in earnest nig- mind Mx. Taylor has decided to They have not a majority. Tho favorable or unfavorable. DTeuce ' Cleveland without Xew York, but TEAS, M. MONTGOMERY, say to your readers that who are resolved that no intimid- gers who aro all right. You cau request all papers in tho country FXXOr GAUDIES, snow MR. J. his friends and the public that thejr can eleot without Indiana. Prohibition and scattering votes when I to ation or violence shall rule at tho soon find out tho men that will go to mako some mention of tho afriCKL3 b has opentd a nw and frtak saaalj of for Secretary of State, will bo lar in my opinion, Col. Turner's ina- - Chicago polls, at least that thero ahead like mules in a coal mino fair and possibly his boy will be CRKnER.ME8. EOhUXYx ORITS all kinds f Fjmilt That is to eay New. York, New ger than Bobinson's margin overjjonty m this county can in no Gaocciiir, kfek he 4 event fall below 500, they may re- shall be none dono by the Bepub- and will do what thoy aro told to found. will sell as low as the Iowast. Hs is na Jersey and Connecticut with tho Newman. licans, and their orders are to dy at all times to cxehaage Graeeriaa aS do, without thinking where they Such a plurality in a, Stato in ly upon tho statement aB honest solid "South will eloctland wo liavo ltobortis 17 years old, about 5 no light cash prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, r which probably 80000 votes have and candid. If I felt disposed to indulge in any themselves, norto are going to land next. Moot mo feet 10 inches high, has black hair any kind of marketing thai tha farasfaj reasonable expectation Of as long as the con- at headquarters." e "been and gray eyes. He is a very qui- Sugar Coffees, Soaps, &c friends may bring in. The highest cast is It is lie I might, with all ease in tho test is merely wordy, bnt if any star four States named. If so, much smaller iusieiiifica.ut. world raise the figures to S00. Not et boy, seldom outers into converket price always paid. thoy can steal Louisiana and Flori- majority in faine. which has only being so inclined I make a sensiblo bulldozing is attempted by ne- The Postnl Scri lee Receipt sation with auy one unless drawn jWHJnotbe nndersold. M. MONTGOMERY J. BRQ. and Ex- out. groes or Deputy Marshals, to reWill psy fall price for Butter, Eggs, c penditures. Ho is a great reader, spends about 150,000 voters. There are and reasonable estimate. It may sist it, and da, and Blaine is boat. if any Democrat is many tilings fortifvihgtho hope bo too small, it can not possibly almost all of his leisure time with The Auditor of tho Treasury his shot to see to it that the shooter --Republican Ths books. Ho woro a dark coat majority in and expectation that this result in bo too largo. This may be relied at onco suffers the same fate:" for the Postofiico Department has and pants and a black wove hat. Ohio, official, was 11,321. The uniowill bo roversecL'in Novem- upon. made up the annual statement So Several of tho district papers ing tho matter stands, and if feel- just Democrats have renewed the fight ber. In Ohio, as well as in other keeps growing in iutensity, showing the receipts and expendiStates,, in November, speak in very complimentary like they believe, they can carry Cleveland aud Blaine it will be and laudatory terms of Mr. James iiiuiu m uu Bunuuti irouuie iu tures of tho Department for the Jos. SOHES, foot to foot. fiscal year ending Jnno 30, 1884. Chicago on election day. The best make oi th the Siate'm November: criefernt aud point to point. Wo have just B. Lemons of PaJlncab, who is a OXC Tho stamps sold during this period Columbus OF FJOXTOff, MY. reached the interesting etasre of candidate for a seat .in tho State amounted to $40,G27,0w9. Tho val- KeepVth every best make? of Beer, fresh The Eepublicau party is- des- tho Presidential war. Board of Equalization, from this Bniler'a Perfldy. stamps sold yunng tho preuo of and cool,' and polite and attentive clerks to perate, and here lies the great district, Mr. Lemons is a former gerc customer. vious fiscal year was $42,923,561, Oct. 20. Gon. danger to Cleveland's chances. nialnc'B Ubcl Salt at ir.dlnnnpolli. citizen ot .Marshall county, and is II.New York, of Baltimore, "W. thus showing a reduction in the Parsons, line S5O30O0.OO- Indianapolis, Oct. 29. In tho eminently worthy of all the good They may usa force ind violence United States sale of $2,290,502. This redaction Kept for sale, at a bargain, at the Uvrf Court this morning things which havo been said about written a lengthy reply to Gen. is chiefly due to tho fact that since and Sale Stable of in the"Sduthern States. Butler's dispatch to luuuuei case of Blaino vs. Tho him. letter Discounts Paper and Loans Money, Buys M- FARE & PAlKEft. Grady, in which ho repeats tho Oct. 1, 1883, tho now Indianopolis Sentinel was sot for KNQERR, Senex. stamp has been in use. Both parties in Ohio have tnnr trial December 23. and Sells Exchange on any Point in the charge that Butler's personal The defenThe total rovenuo for tho year United States, Solicits Accounts of the ed their attention to tho Novem- dant's attorney had (HIcktnan, Ky., Clinton Str.) campaign is being conducted only isa subpoena $44,827,474 Frara Cnllowny Connty. ber election in that State. There sued for Blaine to servo on him in uouuuui cuues unuer mo di- was 842,584,300, against This shows People Generally. Collectionsofand Prompt Remittance at Current Kate Exchange for the previous year. will not bo so much excitement A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. Tte agreement beaiuintAY, Ky., Oct. 19, 1831. rection and expense of tho nation- that the revenue from other sourin the election next month as there tween the attorneys mo with your al Eepublicau committees. Will ces than letter postage has increashas been during tho past month, writs and subpoenaswas that all opinion yontofavor result in your tho DEALZS IK as should bo AUD ed $53,8S0. Tho expenditures for but tho campaign will bo a very servedjm BlahVs counsel. Cincinnati's Chief Enterprise connty of tho pending CongresDIESTELBRINK to $1G,537,GS8, W. the year amounted active one. Trotn tba Cincinnati Times Star. sional race? Groceries; ainst $15,247,324 for the last fisChairman ttairo'fogTof Stato Our Connty gave Turner in last To tell tho truth thero has not cal year, an increase of $1,290,303. The Central City Coal Co., has Central Committee, says:tho tho "If rac a majority of 312 votes, think been a fair, honest election in CinA 3D ALSO. again lu,red, freev mineis in their election wero to como off it will be at least that great this cinnati for ten years. This city miiKg, and tho State's wards have space to name all articles, out no Gov. Cleveland KeU. Seines, Lines, Hooks, and allTklWa carry 2 Mule for Sale. little excite- polls quite as many votes as Chi The Ohio Democrats will make trouble to show eoods. b en returned to the walls of the Newlorkbyat.lcast would and time. There is but to of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at a oa No- andomo and sec, cago, with ono half the population another fight to carry Ohio in it. ment hore in regard 50,000, TWO fine Mules f0r sale. Applv at tho corner of Troy to panitcntiary. train, groceries anu family jMippuesitca it might go to 70,000" ' and Moscow N. This is Cincinnati enterprise. DEMOCRATIC TICKET,. The DesparSoBtdf 5TOXE Jl.Wa !F2 CUKES. tannr Col. Turner and Capt. 1 Professional &is r.- - ''rtr7'b''"jX-J.-L?!jiWBPMW- Biaiu:i to saoJ.i s.ouissasa KLKUTSOS. Am-- SnjK C'lnctntiuli i'nrtlert. I r fc' . a Ohio-electio- n ..-- ,- -, -- ,','lu.'"l'" , ! 1 I Attorneys at Xaw, L I bull-dozin- g pro-vaile- d -- . w- .,. rt-- ,,.' -- i i l'-- l. 'T l do-toc- ti i ( W I , ' j-- OSce-Ml- Het nid-Trnn-Jc- 1 'JW r e- ! ; 1 'V' J - J n. Bondurant f go-in- ir F-A.RI- -- S. one-hal- J rJclnltJ-jauuVv- J. W. SOGERS, non-reside- nt RANDL ROCEEIES, &-l- .- -e l 1 i ta7c-9tig- a Mc-Cracke- n, TIMBBB n, non-residen- t, - ,1- I"-- w 1 1- mamiWl A , -- i f. tnJ"sr- v"r ?-- XX$ZXZ-JZZl.SS'tti- j m .- -a n I v n H n mn soHRon, sale Ik livery stablb B00siornn. Paris Parker, Be-for- o 1 - JFBGE, E. GLAZIER. i first-clas- XlXCE-MVAAA T, pjo-vok- o carry-ing'th- n TITOLI HALL. Prop'r. FULTON BANK FOR SALE. HE. - Capita, 1 IK ex-Senat-or nt L GROCERIES F. E. CASE, Family Groceries. Avenue. East LIQUORS. C. Family w I m. vember. Hickmr, Ky H. UUJJDAKD. 1 craUy. ft t tv rLn