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SAX.S BlliliS, Br3"vrBX.OIES, LETXEB-HBAD8BILL-HEADS, ,' ; Clinton Street; GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Oldest IVow--p:il3- "'cstefn Xmit.uclry , TjIICE OF SUKSCRIPTIOX, ' 81-5- ESTABLISHED l$o. "I was HICKMAN. FULT0NC0UNTT. kliKTUOE-V- FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 18S4. VOL. xsaflb. ifcr -- o-- ETC., ETO. g. O.A.TiX JVX"X 1X1X3 TJL-- u so impressed," continued thfc Cnltivatlmr Youthful Tirtncs. Bank Checks. SCHOOL AND CHURCH. man, Professor of chemistry, mineralogy A Man wuo,r?i.ie he linn?. iln Wiseman's Confession. . speaker, "with the wonders of this and geology at West Point, has the corand-tiMidthc,brbvn-balre- l blacfejhalred a'votmg German A few days of the Protest Only about one-haAt a late meetingof the West MichIf wo wuld wear vouth in our faces relative rank of Lieutenant-Colonel- ; world under the sea that I began to deho I always thought my wife orery caremen, ' 7 who had been ant Episcopal Churches in Pennsylvania Lite in life, we must carry it aso late in is 86 years old, tho youu.ost of the igan tanner's Club, Judge Parrish less little woman, and I used to tell her named Anton B ruddy faces aglow. 7lth vise some method of reproducing it, employ of a fruit have houses for their rcctora to'livo in. about the Bank Chock. Ho so. Sho was very The old man etood Ip the harvost field, and discharged from and I made some attempts at photog- life in our hearts. In other words, we grade in the United Stat s arm. The talked this uraea on German tvith a head ai white as snow. Philadelphia Press. subject because farmers fre- did not mind; and on that day when nmldler. and wh must culiivato the youthful virtues, youngest Ma or in the army is William chose cut a Eheaf, niyboys," ho said; ,. - raphy under water. My applinnces attempted '. oommit suicide by Mrs. H. D. Huntington, of Cincinwere" crude, and it can hardly be called piost important among which are un- - II. Smith, of tho Pav Department, who quently receive cheeks on tho sale of we went to Rutherford to receive the strpnt. "Before it Is tlino to go" W he covered and cut nati, vho died recently in Colorado, a success; but I proved that it is possi- A'onuuucssj auuuiiuua euess anu our.ty i is 30; George R. Smith, of tho Twelfth their products, and aro sometimes little legacy her uncle left her, aud had hanging. heart They put tho'sickfe trlthin his hftndt almost ceased beat- - bequeathed in her will "$300,000 to tho which down his ble, and I haven t the slightest doubt o heart. Ho bowed tn the windy wheat; Infantry, who graduated from West losers thereby, by reason of not know- it paid over in crisp bank-notehow to handle them. inrr. and it Vi a'CTyc hours before ho Episcopal Church. . Pleasantly fell the jjolden ears. Note thoughtfully those individual Point in 1S7.", is a few months oldor. ing 1 said to Cincinnati Times. she put in her pocket-boobut that iu a few years a photographer - "With the corn llowcra at his feet. nsciousness. Ho was restored borne years ago a friend of his sold her, as wp went out: The Louisiana State Board of can go to tho bottom and take nega- tn wnom "a predominant pa sion for Otho W. Budd, who graduated front He lifted a handful. thoughtf ully: by a renresonta- for S.000, in cash It was ripe and full and sweet, "Now, Anna Maria, my dear, you'll was yesterday "n""K' describe his sensa- - Education has decided to locate tho tives of wrecks to show the actual po- obtaining tho good thiugs of life" (as West Point in 1878, is tho youngest his farmbrilanco on time. For the time put that iu your pocket and have it llVO 01 WIS pa State Normal School at Natchitoches, sitions, etc. Not only this, but fishes Webster dehuos worldliuess) prevails, Captain of cavalry, and F. V. Grctn and the Many and many a sheaf," he said, ptly replied: ho and all the marine animals can bo re- and see how hardened aud uubeau-tiiyin- g and Carl F. Palfrey are the youngest in payment he took tL mortgage on tho picked, or you'll carry it in your haifl tions, andwere 1E easant that 1 may that town having given buildings and "I have, cut In the years sono past:. payable in one, two and thrcd and have'it snatched away. So let me a trait it is how liko a with- - the corps of "They And many and many a sheaf these arms grounds valued at 60,000. produced exactly. How can it bo ongineers. Tho average farm, s( )u'KJu r." On the harvest wains have cast. done? Well, tha't is my secret, but of 'ered leaf becomes tho heart which of age of Captains of artillerv is 4 J, years, and for the cash payment ho' take charge of it; three thousand dol- t try it again AtKS e idea on your mind Obtained as they now are in many But, children dear, 1 am weary now. Diflvoub nnnrc ttin nlnnfriA lirrlir iiill ln o wm worldhness controls. Wrapped in the and in cavalry and infantry about 41. took a check on a privato banking lars is too big a sum to us, too valuable, And I think this is the last. cases, academic honors aro an imposihiljw a great rf Not needing the money foi to run any risks with." inent feature of such an undertakincr. cv atmosphere of its own ambitions In the general staff of the army tho "Let me rest awhile beneath the tree; bment it entered tion on the pnblic, a blot on- our educa and pursuits, ".No. rro and youugest general officer is General immediate use, anddeemingeverythin "Well, yos, mat s true, aoiomon. to "Ono of the last trips that I made on callnns, how how For I Hko to watch you go, I swung off was tional institutions, and a hindrance D7., to tl coldly unresponsive to all Benet, Chief of orJnanc-- , who is 57, Cerfeotly safe, or perhaps Vith sickles bright, through tho ripe, full the reef was to an old wreck that had said she. "So it is, but l'vo got the mv head . T fin. I rnnn the cause of true education. F. 0. wheat. respecting tho chocK, ho put pocket-boo- k in my bag and mv bag on not ovcrhal CoVege Courier. been lying thcro for perhaps fifty years. demands of human sympathy or and the senior in date of commission. And to feel the fresh wind blow." ?iprn, put my neck in in Monmouth to Andthcrspread their working coats for him I went down to it at night, auil when pity it becomes' And not only does Adintant-titinarJJrum and Surcniin- - it iajinckekaild ,kopt it two weeks inyTarin. add 1 think it isvery safe.'' Lth a bcamim A recent writer on the subicct of ju."- - ...tcu... on a barrel. 'along- tho gTasses sweet and low. ing euch.a ono defraud lnmsclfJrruly UOOSWTT iMuUiawfi'UiuzLte tetrirjfrsV- x lurnca on tno electric lignt '.T,-i .,".. ' rounty,' reeiana;sfraipiynyforsncnat"igf UGoneriaranBa.rauYeaKildynili IhjktJnJsew: althougn .i1 . Barrel awayiTho common school education declares his and lueirkil said I - .AVheu" the sun grew high they canle aga! fnrselMu as that the rope would opposition to pr!z"e!r!vlng. TI?veTycer iso iie:u)roi!",irnaviu? lost dv nhssary-GcncrSo Anna Maria stopped and undid only fear I IT a unnK'ana xneir ureuu ana raea MaoK'elcy are 58. their iinmeuiato neighborhood, thyy;ssel was seemingly complete, but tain that the system is quite as likely to tYtt nACC luc n4llnntfl n.,f-i- n me." And'in the shadow ho sleeping lay, the and tho took out the pocket-booof notA single" part of the surface but the deliirht which nature to tho un Tho oldest retired ollicerwho"the army i drawer of bsnkors had failed, insolvent. tho bagI aud in the bottom of the in- hurt did it? dovelop an unworthy cunning on the un sunsntne on ms rect. A $ "And toe check had died which put was born Ukc a child at night, outspent with play. what was pierced with holes made by worldly yields. What to him is the Gouoral W. S, Harney, "Yes; for a second or two it was liko part of students as it is to excite a was his friend lost side pocket of my overcoat; and wo Ho lay in slumber sweet. in tho last century, and who entered The cousfluencr the ship worm (teredo). 1 attempted freshness of the spring-timcreditable spirit of emulation. Curthe bloom the service in IS 18. He lives at St. the amount M the cheek, besides some walked on together and a dull knife sawing at my neck." to step on the wood, and though look- and fragrance TVhen they came apaln, he faintly said) "And you must hivo choked terri- rent. of summer, the glory and Louis and is accounted the wealthiest money in itigatiou. This los iroso talked about the things we'd do with "I nave crossed the meadow stile. ing solid, my weighted footsank into it richness For some reason not stated the auMy work Is done: 'tis nearly dark; the glittering masimply from the farmer's neglect to the money, until wo got hungry, and I bly?" like paper, and with a slight push I jesty of of autumn, Neither the dewy man in the army. SL Louis London, . 1 Shall rest in a little whilp ." "I did not fully realize it I was dim- thorities of Lambeth Church,"Pedlar's winter? present the deck in due time. True, proposed lunch at StuHom's before we threw over & largo portion of the old sweetness of the morning nor tho calm That night it was Harret Homo with him; ly conscious of kicking around, and I have removed the celebrated he might hav lot the money, if he had took the cars for homo. Anna Maria But he went awav with s smlln. hulk. Tho worms had eaten into the grandeur of the starry night has power from the church. This winAmelia E. Barr. in .V. 1' ItuIepmdenL The Russian Forest1. obtained it tpon the check, iu other liked the idea, and wo proceeded to know I raised my hands and grasped Window"been in existence for nearly wood and lined their holes with a limy to Trin, his soul the rope. I sunnose I suffered for ten dow has from its earthly throne, in tlis instance the loss was carry it out. secretion, so that those tubes were all ior him the tendor sunshino has no 300 years, and was in some way assoFow countries can show a bolter util- ways, but hfejieglect in not observThat was a very good lunch, and seconds and then it was a very ploasant ciated with the piece of land bequeathed LIFE UNDER THE SEA. there was to hold the structure together; balm, the murmur of thesiimnierbre"ez0 ization of forest products than Russia, purely from applicable to the presenta off her thing. ing the law Well spread. Anna Maria took In tho no voice. Ho walks, tho wood had disappeared. to the parish and known as "Pedlar's fi owi day after day arid and particularly in the furnishing ol tion of bank clocks. The farmer no cloak, and 1 my overcoat, and wo did A Xnturnllst "Wntchln;? Fislio In Their hold great masses of branch coral wore year industrial employ thent to tho peasantry. only lost, but ilwa-- also a loss to tho justice to it I paid, of course, out of after "Why, the pain disappeared, and the Acre." Beyond the suggestion of the On n I'lement The Domestic I.lfe or growing up out of a pile that was once and scents year, amid beautiful sights Carriage and cart building forms an feeling was about like when you aro name nothing is known of the donor. and sounds, but they waken estate of the drver of the check. my own purse for it, and put on my tlie Denizens of tlse Ocean Their tno cargo. " no melody, they stir no giving There aro 1 14 theological schools his important item iu wood-worIf a mau reioivcs a cheek upon a overcoat with a comfortable sigh. 1 flighty with fever. Queer things danced "How about the lish that crawls out breast. Tho fountain ofrapture in en- occupation to at least 530 villages, parSports Photograph and Habit youthful for produce, or a helped Anna Maria on with hors, and around me and made up facos at me, in the United States, with 62-- instructbank in Taken Under "Water Fishes That on dry land?" asked some one. thusiasm, of unworldly dolight, is ticularly in the governments of Nijni farm, or any otker obligation, It Is his we left the restaurant; but just outside and I felt as if I was moving through ors and 4,793 studeuts. The number "The fish," continued the naturalist, dried up. Novgorod, Viatka, Ka.an, Moscow. on Ijiml. of law schools is 47; professors, 229; iVnlli duty to preeent it for payment within n Anna Maria cried, "O!" and droppod the air." "is little students, 3,227. Medical schools, 125; And as the spirit little by little, from Riaan, Vladimir. Jaroslav, Tula and reasonable time. If he does not, and my arm and ran back. ur have taken iip diving to study tho like a what fellow that looks very much "And you were conscious?" . we call a sculnin. although the predominant love, "Barely so. It seems now that I professors. 1,749; students, 14,580. Tho habits dfsbme animals underwater," takes permanent Kaluga. The annual production in the tha drawor of tho check suffers loss, in a moment She came out again barbels form within, so alsd none of the it Harvard library contains 185,000 voldreamed it all." the lines of the Government of Moscow is 116.00C said an enthusiastic man to an En- and has smiling. curious appendages that charac- jaco take on tho colors of the sdtil roubles, the wheels alono in that ot there is no remedy. "But you did not know when you umes; Y3lc, 115,000; Dartmouth, quirer reporter. "1 have made fishes terize those lish. I first noticed Tho question, what is a reasonable "What was tho matter?" I asked. Brown, 52,000; Columbia, 51,000; inched and sharpened features; cold, EkateriUburg amounting to the value ol time in which a che k should bo prewero cut down?" rather a specialty, and for a number of them in the Spico .Islands when "Did you leave anything?" greedy, unscrupulous, )et shallow 115,000 roubles per annum. It Is a sented for paynout, depends upon ciryou Princeton, 49,000; Cornell. 46,000; "O, no! The dream, or whatever years I have used a boat with a glass I was. there in 1S72. I was walking She held up hor handkerchief which 19.,000; Byes; hard, unsympathetic, calculating singular fact, however, that a vehicle cumstances. 1 bought a small sloop that may call it, finally faded out, aud tho Michigan, 45,000; Williams, MinneIt has been held that sho had in her hand, and answered: bottom. by the shore one day at low tide mouth these is rarely, if ever, finished on tho spot 1 knew I was in bed in the lowa, 18,000; Obcrlin, 16,000; arc the lineaments next thing had a well in her to hold fish, took out where the beach was formed of dark when all the parties to a check are resi"I've found it." whore it was begun, one village provid"hich sota, 15.000. Ckiatqo Inter Ocean. men hoiieo and they were treating me." the"bottora and inserted several panes mud and Anil I laughed. rocks, when my eonsent such wear. aud women must ing the spokes, anothor the boves, while dents of the same' town or city, a delay to It is stated that the number of "And you rather liko hanging?" issiifliciont to "discharge of heavy glass, and there I had a per- companion said, pointing to somesmall of eight days "You soo what a carelos3 little soul In love, wo find the very founta'n a third will make the body. Tlie manu- the drawer trow all liability, at least to "I would rather die that way than Protestants in Francois at present 580,-09fect window in the bottom of tke boat, objects that were hopping along shoro you are," I said. "Not to be trusted of immortal youth. Yot how many facture of wooden spoons is on a large the extent of hfc loss thereby. And in at all." of whom3")0,00) belong to tho Reanyothor. I wouldn't liko a drop to so that even in the roughest weather I near being turned the water. 'Isn t it rather queer miss of it, nourishing envy, jealousy, scale, about break my neck, as is tho case on the formed Church. 50,00) arc Evangeli could lie and look down through it, for frogs to go with salt water?' 'It's such a case, a demand made before the She nodded. same out every and FOe the smallest objects on the bot- so queer that I never heard df it be- hatred, or at best a cold indifference! of labor is year. inTlie case, subdivision close of business hours of the day suc"Ami you aro so careful, Solomon," gallows, but if thoy would swing mo off cals and ISO.OuO aro divided between one workteen this How irtgny, whoso lives love might tom, and so make my collections. But fore,' I replied; 'perhaps it's someand let me choke 1 would lace tno mu Independents. Methodists, Baptists, etc ceeding that o which payment might she said. tho wood into lengths, anman Comparing the figures with the genthis only made me eager to get a thing new.' So we determined to find ennoble and bless, barter it on' for un- other cutting the spoon in the rough, a have been first legally demanded has "Of course of course," I said. "A sic any day." Detroit Free Press. eral population it appears that there is nearer view, and so began to think of, out what they were, and, taking oQonr satisfying dross! How many a woman, third shaping been uniformly considered a demand, man has so many thiugs to think of hollowing it out. anil a fourth in France one Protestant to every sixty-thrThey Leave No Sting. the diver's armor. I bought this and shoes, we waded in and along the marrying for worl llv moti.es, sells varnishing it. The .qoons are usually made witiiu a reasonable time. If he's obliged to be more business-like- . Catholics. The State pays 782 had the helmet "altered so that I could beach so as to "drive the supposed frogs her precious birthright -- the inesti- mado of birch and poplar, or boxwood payment is refined, notice should be I don'l blame you, little woman. Don't She was only a baby, but sho held up Protestant pastors, although tho total see perfectly well, and as I was not go- ashore. But :.!1 at once one started mable bl.ss of loving for a mess of for the most expensive, the average linmedialely given to the drawer of the think that." hor sweet, red lip, tipped back her ing to visit anj" wrecks there was no right up under ray eyes and gave a hop pottage! Nor need she expect to es- price per 1,'R being from C to S roubles. chock. And she giggled, she was so pleased. blossed little head, shut the bright number of the latter is as high as 906 cape the penalty. Her heart, greater number danger of breakage and L was perfectly of about a foot, "aud to ray astonishWhen payment of a check upon a That brouttlit us to tho station, whero eyjs, and went the rounds from ono of whom by far theReformed Church. of its needed alimout, must famish and Some H.'iOO cubic fathoms of wood are bank is rofused, the resource of the (699) belong to the safe. I made my first oxperimont on we tootc the oars, and 1 think 1 dozed a member of the family to the other, rement it was a fish; and so I announced her chcok wither and grow pale annually cut up iuj) spoons, on cubic Paris counts 40,000 Protestants of all drawer and not little on the way up. the Florida reef. to my friond who was behind. He 1)ine,blood become weak a.id si iggish. fathoui making at9ut l,00i. They are holder is aginst the even penting the phrase she had just heard sects, and no less than forty-fou- r buildthough tho against tie bank, "One of the most remarkablo foatures wouldn't believe me; but when he came or feverish Our own house seemed warm and from her young mother's lips: in great numbers via exported i and impure, from tlie ings devoted to Protestant services- of this life under water is the fact that up, there the little creature was, high cheerful after the long journey. A bit Irioit to Khiva, and via Astra bank, at tke time the check was anil one to zrow on." "Three for payment, was perfectly solv- of supper awaited us, and all looked the fishes were not at all afraid of me, and dry, resting on a stone, with its she fulness and uuhclfneos of thd bond khan to Persia. Tho Govornmont oil They caught her up, the darling, and wears. Turn from t'is picture to ent and hU funds of the drawer suffi- bright. Children PUXGEXT PARAGRAPHS. bed, and servant but swam about when I did not move, head somewhat raised, on its promi- that home wherein love reigns a tri- Kazan is noted for producing -the ma- cient to meet the check: so that a check anxious to go. So inwe sent hor away kissed" and kissed her fair baby face, evidently taking me for an old wreck. nent pectoral fins. I made a jump for umphant queen List jority of the "donga ' or yoke- which pulled the soft curls, squeezed the to the bounding There was a young man from HaWhen I raised iny arm they would dart it aud my friend did tho same, but stsp: ioo'c Of these is nothing iiore than the lersonal ob- and sat down. 1 just threw back my dimpled shoulders and followed her aro made of at tt glowing cheek, the a family that elm and willow. workmen ligation of the drawer, as of a promis- overcoat. vana, Who trod on a piece of banana; away for a few moments and then sud- away it went, hopping just like a toad, includes three every movement with wistful, worshiplove eye! Lo o rest slid down. denly return. Tlicy were as curious and'for several moments there was a sjnirkl ngCitre may bj nour shes; love will produce from 700 to ,00J in the sory note or bill of exchange. The "Before we do anything else I'll put ping' eyes until she came to the sour, His heels flew up, the a most frightful ciet-rs- . he ivy, but urod in as some people, their great eyes staring, race between man and fish. We soon mnJers course of the winter. The frames, drawer is treated in some ort as the the money in the safe," F said "your disappointed member of the family, And he was inY. them H.ril1. ever open, presenting oftentimes a lu- hemmed it in, however, ami I have it befall, but love light. Misfortunes may however, which are made of birch ami principal debtor, and he is not dis- money. Now don't take airs because whoe words were, all hollow like dolls manna. A". helps to endure. SorWhy is life like a harness? Because dicrous spectacle. I have had fishes in my cabinet now. The side fins are rows mav sadden, maple, come from Kaluga, and are sent charged by any negle t of the holder you are wealthy." stuffed with sawdust. She tiptoed up life contains tracts of care, fine ot but so Ion r as love rub tip against my armor, as you often almost arms, and are strong and povv- - linger-- . my right-hanto markot at The alder tree in making due presentment of the jest I thv can be borne. Man also. yields the dye Kurskwhich tlie harness check, or in giving notice of the dis- - With thispocket. dived intoshall forgetd lo the stern, boarded face, and put a trouble, I ts of goodfoxnjiJise see them arainst tlie bottom, nrobablv orful, and on them the fish rests and I never witlt inuer f:it p.hnhh'iiiltleh.'itl op LOaa.ynvvld its well as woman, sutlers from 5Z9&i its lnuied. Otv lrwlitil volOiobHUliaJkSP'a.th Coiubti fjr weavwg 4ir 11 jumps, . In life twlo ty.ono uas1 'xtug-- pwinrongnyw 'wji'w' injwrf tafrraiJT-f- i riMaIioSiaoTCRey r gSyJMft-CpgywtvyJltToad"my looser- - J some geologists found soma fossil'boneWte- - ntrovertod and 'none, more am d specialty of a place OHllei Jogorle Golden Baits, a sjlm' adtdEMnflflBPthis tomfoolery What doesV it the drawer oi me onefic nave no "I'sha!' 1 Saul to myself. "What1 iu the government of Riazan, and rations of lish and their movements that were pronounced to belong to a outside inll teiices, he does not so mor5 TBW- Visitor; "O, ho I Here vou are ! was to recline upon the bottom among large fish. In 1376 some ono discov-ert- d bidly ieed are produced at the rate of 500, M a funds in Ute bank to meet it, it is a follv! It's the left pocket, of course.'.' mean?" inquired the gruff, grumpy upon his own heart, et ie Found you out ! What a snug little There was noth- voice. I'dipped into being bought in the fraud, and the holder can sustain an the coral aud have a supply of cray-fis- h tho identical fish alive. alo misses the bl.ss of lov.ngand be ng year, the reodsmetal work at Moscow. action upoe it against the drawer with ing there cither. that. deu !" Becluso (chuckling): "Yes, "Baby is three years old bait that they are very foiid of, and in South and the "The wav they did so is somewhat loved. ' Trombliug and in a cold prespiration, said the vouug mother, feeling liow here I am, with my pictures and my spinning-wheelhowever, all come presentation or notice. thi way I of leu had a perfect school of curious, ihey were on a hunting trip Mother love also is a great reHtifier. The The clieek may be revoked by tho I began to rummage every pocket in lard it is to explain a simple foolish books; aud here I can sit and read all lish hovering over me, and so could tho country, and one night Let not the young ami thoughtles irom the government of Jaroslav. A up Swenigrod. in Moscow gov- drawer at aav time before it is paid or mv coat. I tore it off. I shook it. I mcstion that has no particular mean day long and noixxly a bit the wiser. their every movement. Did you camped near a small stream. In the wife, congratulating her-el- f ou h- -r place callwl ernment, supplies veneered and inla'd accepted by the banker. He may draw felt it. I felt my other pocket'. 1 ing, "and so we give her a ki?s for each 2J. Y. Le'iger. ever watch a in tho water? Take middle of- - the night one of the party irom the pains and cires of furniture and parquets, while Vitaka. out all he has on deposit His death is seized the lamp and rushed about tho year and one to grow on. But you A lady of high rank once tried to the common suntish. As it pq'sos in was awakened by a curious barking mairn''tv. latter herself hst she s'irI! the floor; then, with a needn't kiss her, Undo Ben, if you bribe a judge in England, by offering Vladimir an I Novgorod a revocation. No Jmuker would ven- "oom scan-hinraidwater you will.?ec the side or pec- sound, and, thinking it might be sjme out ilmn the stream o time wearing dont want to." him a pair of gloves filled with gold toral fins moving in a kind of side mo- wild animal after their horses, he more youth an I beauty on ou her brow make the lac tiered furniture peculiar ture to pay a check after notice of the groan, sank into a chair. My wife ran towards me. What was it the old man saw in tlie coiu. He kept the gloves, but returned tion, just the to the Empire. Tula provides concer- death of the drawer. If ho did, hoo same movement slipped on his clothes, took a rille and taan that pa er matron w.th the bab-a00 por an0, "What is the matter?" she cried. limpid eyes lifted to his? A vision of all the money, saying, with keen wit: be called upon bytheadministra-tortthat you- intuitively try to make went out. The noise came at regular tinas her breasU Let lior be assured num, to thein amount of government are might pav it again. So, if the drawer "Do toll me. Solomon!" ' Viatka and with your hands when you try intervals from he river below, "and, that the patience, the devotion the un the green fields and still waters of "I prefer my gloves without littiny." "1 can't." I moaned. "You nevor Paradise? or did sonic prescient "Wife I notice a statement to tho to "tread" water or keep yourself mo- taking a narrow path, he started after selfishness which motherhood develops, also made organs and violins. In the should "bofore presentation become mo. It is not possible. knowledge possess him that he caught eTcct that in this city overy year numbers tionless; in short, the pectoral fins are moon was bright, and, when outweighs the carps and pains which it same locality are grown groat which is bankrupt. in Michigan, where one at will forgive The You'd be more than human. Anna her up in his arms as he had never In a caae is spent for" liquor, but only tho arms of the fish, its fore limbs. In it got down to tho level of the water, entails, while an interest in those eaer of lime trees, the bark of he turned into bast for matting and sacks, the point of death drew his check upon Maria, l'vo been robbed. The money done before, and kissed her again and $7,000,000 for religion. That's signifthe flying-fis- h tlie arm-linarc wings; he heard the bark and saw a large, lives growing up at her s'de, serves to in some of the sculpins there are regu- glistening object, and then saw ;. leap keep the mother's intellect awake, her as also for makiug bast shoos, to the the bank in which he had money, being is gone. again? icant Husband Significant of what? 'What nonsense!' ' cried my wife. "I "Not want to kiss her?" he said, in a Wife Thatyvou men aro having a lar fingers by which the fish crawls along or flounder through the grass. sympathies keen, and her heart her, lip extent of lfK0 Hl.OJJ per annum. The all the money he had, with directions should as soon the money, defray known as "schaugskaia." you it cau't this world than you over the bottom; in the Periapthaimus Upon this he fired, and to his amazeand her eye evor tonder and beautiful best matting, to England, and to supply to the payee to draw out of it, and to tollyour pocket."bo. You put it so safely broken voice. "Why, I an angel from pleasanter time inCfiicayo is imported iu Tribune. the funeral expeiise think of refusing to kiss will in the next they are used to walk on dry land. In ment found that he had shot a fish. and young. heirs, and tho "Tho thief must have cut the cloth," Heaven. There, pet; there! and there! observations of this kind, continued The shot awakened the rest, and the A Scotch woman wishing to But most sorrowfully contrasting these industries over half a million lime pav tho balance to his accepted by the Now may you grow on this one even to frighten her husband from nightly vissaid I. the speaker, things that can creatare was brought into camn. It with the sweet loveliness of childhood, trees aro annually cut down in Viatka. cheek was not paid or g is beginning to employ a bank before the death of the drawer, it I seized tho coat again. But no; the heights of Heaven never short of iting a dram shop, got a man to scare not even be seen in a good aquarium, was about six feet long, had a small is that old axe in which passing years their standard, little ono. This is the him on his way home. As he rose from as thcro the fish are under certain re- head and enormous scales, while the have loft purity of heart behind. "This certain amount of wood, while of gross- was held that the cheek did not operate thcro was no cut, no rent anywhere the old man 's prayer." straint. While I have been lying low. body ended not in a fiu, but in a point. cond tion of :he life loaves also its im- er 'industries X) annual production ol as an assignment of the fuud, and that not a sign of one behind a bush, John called out, "who Her aire again can not hterallv, with all these fishes hoverinw It "was found that they breathed both press upon the external form, disclos- tar is 2,000.0 poods t one pood equals the bank was not liable upon it to tho "I don't think it could have been For thev reckon not Iby monthstoll. years are you?" "1 am Auld Nickr" 'was the ami over me, I have seen performances that air and water with perfect ease, and ing itself in the turbid o,.n, the shifting 3G pounds), of birch oil 4,0 "0,0 poods, payee; that the check, with the whole stolen, my dear," said my wife, calmly reply. "Come awa' mon," said John, Where she has gone to dwell. oil CO.OOO, aud arrangement, was revoked by the death very calmly, considering that her litwere exactly akin to our games and that when hungry the , But 1 often wonder if we would not "gie mc a shake of your hand; lam fictitious, pitch 15i,000. turpentine which glance, the hollow-ringingreat fish, honuon tune?. of the" drawer, and the bank, after tle fortune was gone. "But, perhaps, all reach nearer the gates of Paradise married to a sister o' yours." sports. When a lot of young fishes was a vegetable feeder, would come to concealing vo'ce worse blemishes than charcoal tSwi'.uuu. notice of the death of the drawer and when you hung your overcoat upside if ve had more kisses to grow on. were about they were continually en- the shore, It is stated that a Russian has been epel the air that it held in furrowed cheek, gray hair or wasted of the arrangement upon which the down over the chair in tho restaurant, gaged iu games of chase. Now" one ita air bladder, thus making the bark- form. Pointless Conversation. To the llirht of the shining1 angels awarded a patent which promises to paid it dropped out." check was given, could not have The little one has gone. would dart, and, followed by half a ing sound, and wander over the Hats To miss the prcttiness and bloom of work a "revolution in the matchFamily life is apt to fall Into narrow the check without risk of being again O, great family of humanity, lead all making industry." "Good gracious!" I roared. "Is it dozen others, the pursued dodging here in search of food. Cincinnati En- youth may bo painful; to m'ss its If it will prevent groovos." and family talk to degenerate called upon to pay an administrator of possible? Yes. it may be. I must go yoiu weary, wandering ones up the and there behind bits of coral until quirer. strength and vigor trying; to miss its rich men's daughters from eloping with They are their fathers' coachmen, and encourage some other fish in turn seemed to athopefulness and cheerful outlook, dis- into vapid discussion ot persons oi the estate. Without acceptance by the back to Now York at once. I must diviue heights by kisses. " stronger than blows; they leave no legitimate Vegetarian Cats. tract attention, and the entire crowd heartening; to miss its affect ionatencss. trifles, too often, unluckily, sharpened bank, or some special undertaking on offer a reward. 1 which will satire. Each member ot its part, the bank can not be held liable-upoby "What would you give?" asked my stings liko bitter words; they are blessed prove satisfactory to the old folks, the would rush after it. One day Jepson, of both in receiving and giving, sadden- the family is likely to chatter of vi oi mcriiories that blossom iu our crown ol "revolution" can't strike a check. There is no privity of wife, saucily. I saw two fisho, called smelts, ap- Your correspondent. S. hear the re- ing; but to miss its innocence, is to miss her favorite pursuit until the table-talcontract between the holder and the "Anna Maria!" I cried. "See here, thorns when those whom wo kissed a dav too soon. proach each other in a solemn way. Riverton, It. L, wishes totried feeding honor, tranquility, and the orrtatown uera: " rosembles a London street where each bauk, aud if the money is not paid upon you you have gone from us a little way beyond opeu their months as wide as possible sult of those who have comfort "I understand your son has just sweet corn to their cats. I can speak the pure of the assuranco: "Blessed are vendor cries his wares, without regard the presentation of tho check, the bank on that precious tear.; or kisses; grown I had no moic words. until their lips met- - Then thev would in heart, for they shall see course of rhetoric. Does he years' experience with our to the cars, intelligence or feelings ol is only accountable to the drawer. We "Yos, you dear old goose," cried nourishment into the higher life, in the finished a improvement in his writ-jnTslowly draw or back off and then re from sixteen cau vouch for his love for God." Country Qenllemnn. show much pet cat, and the others. Nothing stunts the growth are not presumed to take an unaccepted Anna Maria, whose builder and maker is God. After we left the city peat the operation. You may call it it. I think our pet cat can be called a "Wonderful improvement! He of a child's mind or debases its aim check, reiving upon the credit of the restaurant, I romembored that your coat iap!isl Weekly. what you like, but judging from our vegetarian. His fondness for almost all Age iu the Army. used to write in a simple, straightforbank, but'upon that of the party who hung upside down over a chair. I remore that such habits. standpoint I assumed they were kiss- cooked vegetables is very marked. ward way that anybody, even a child, A Study in Human Nature. The oldest Captain on the active list A summer visitor to the country draws the check. Prairie Farmer. membered how you lost that cigar case each other. They were certainly String-beaning could understand. Now it is almost Lima beans and of the armv is Capta'n Pollock, of the describes the conversation among tho peas, last winter, and I felt prompted to run not fighting, as I repeatedly saw en- squash disappear rapidly before him; Twenty-firsSee the dude, the dandy dude. . impossible to toll what he is driving at A Reasoning Cat. at the farm, as follows. At Infantry; he will be Go t back at once. I did. My love, there counters, and they were always char- ho will eat of beets and "Shut up. you Tlirty little street rag- Yes, sir; it is wonderful how ho has reakfast: month. The under the chair. Tran-s-zri"Mrs. lay the pocket-boo- k punch your head!" acterized by rapidity of motion and with a greater, relish than meat: cab- years old during theP. Barnard, of old the Joe Father. Sara Prather aays as his A. I have just read after letter of of her As yet no one had seen it Here it is." amuffin or I'll went for each other like improved, wonderful!" Boston Lieutenant is I'. the which, telling display of temper natural to the occa- bage he cares but little for, but all Fifth Cavalry, who is 64 being twenty calf weighs morc'n ourn. Then they P.," in 1 was too thankful to scold hor. At of a sion. for muskmelons, kinds of greens, like dandelions, mus- years older than his Colonel. The old-I- s Father Sho! TA long pause. How cat's singular fondness your readers tell tho same time, I rather felt that I had two bull pups. One bad on in pair scat A young law student in the Souththe she asks? "can any of cotton junipers, with a hole "One of the most remarkable sights tard, etc. he eats as though he loved est Lieuteuant of Artillerv F. C. much does Sam Prather say his call west went to an old Judge to be examme of a similar case?" "My lost "Taffy" not been well used. I was glad of tho aud a tatteijA shirt; the other was ined for admission lo tho bar. After a that I observed,1' continued the them. Potatoes are not a special favor- Nichols, of the First, who is Gl years of weiglis morc'n ourn? of boy fashion. shared ihnt fondness, greatly to our relief, but I felt that I should never drcsed in amateur diver,"4 were 'the coral beds. ite with him, although he will ent thorn. age. The senior Major on tho active 1 dunno. conversation the Judge said: Joe amusement Every morning, during call my wife a "careless little woman" Thtf were nbout of a size, and the desultory From a boat they present nothing un- 1 have noticed that cats of Maltese list in point of years is Edward Collins, I soo Sam the season, muskmelons formed a part again. I never have. .V. Y. Ledger. crov-Well, young fellow, hang out your At dinner: Father cheered while they punched each shingle and go ahead." "But you have usuala brown mass of pointed stems blood are very fond of potatoes; one of tho Fifth Infantry, who is 60 years. Prather down ther, Joe. Ho says his of our breakfast, and as regularly each or branches; but one day 1 had the that I owned years ago would even eat He entered the serv.ee in lS4Gasa calf doos weighs more' ourn. other's noses, chewed each other's ears not 'examined me." "Never mind." A Giant Suit. morning a piate ot the sliced Iruit was boat placed on the edge of a channel, them raw. I" know "their tastes differ private iu the batalliou of engineers, and Scratched each other's eyes. Tho was the brilliant rcplv; "if you don't Joe- - Sho! How much did he say? had the most science, but put on the floor for Taffy the juice was and gradually walked down into it until as much as human beings, for some of and has been in the service ever since Father I dunno. know no law you woivtget no practice, We are apt to think that our solar ragamuffin always sucked with great gusto, accomI attained the bottom, in about thirty-liv- e the kinds of food mentioned above 1 that time. Brevet Brigadier-GenerJoe-Sathe l'ttle dude was in the best condition so you won't do no harm nohow." Prathcr's a fool! system consists of a mighty collection Suddenly a blue coat or forty feet' of water, and I tell have placed before hungry cats and Joseph N. G. Whistler, of the F'ifth InFather, Sam panied now and then by a gentle mew of worlds; but Professor "Proctor, in physically. At supper: Joe Boston Post. and wag of her you the scene was impressive. I seemed they would not touch it. Hartford fantry, is the oldest Lieutenant-ColonFralier told Jem that his calf woighed But a stranger tail, by "way of thanks. commenting upon the star Sirius, goes dropped down from somewhere. The A lad rather small for his- - ago thing by far can be told on to prove that our sun is a very crowd received an electric shock, and to be in the streets of a city. The (Conn.) 2YiC5. in the line of the army; he is 62; and moro'n ourn. works as errand boy for four gentle bottomup'on which I stood was a pure Lieutenant-ColonJohn Hamilton, of A long pause. Father I'd like him of Tally, which would not, perhaps, be small a'Vair compared with some stars some one called out: men. Une uay me geuuuiuuu Forked Lightning. so surprising if told of a dog. but in a sir it! a nceler! white sand, hard and firm, and perwho is 61, is the oldest of his to prove that. tho Fifth, being so small, and mombor of the feline race it shows whose light is very faint to our eyes. the little dude pulled his fingers chaffing him about fectly free of coral; but on either side Then Joe-- -l don't think he kin. Ho nevet more may By papers received by last mail I see grade in the artillery. General H. J. Judging from thetime it takes light to out. of the ragamuffin's greasy hair and siid to him: "You'll never amount I say, reasoning power rose a perpendicular wall of the branch that Mr. W. C. Gurloy claims to have tho senior Colonel of artillery, see our calf, an' his'n is killed and cat two world, Sirius would you can never do muchj you let go of the little than they are usually given credit for. reach ourtimes moro brightly shine our the coral nearly forty feet high, all the shown, by photographing a Hash ol now retired, will bo G5 ye.-.i-s of ago up. t than hundred too small." The little fellow looked car, and away they went the are points extending directly outward or lightning, that the ordinary notion ol during this month. General Gilbert, You One night last summer, after midnight, Father Sho! A long pause. beside tho latter. Henco it dude's "Well," said he. "as small if rv toward me, and presenting a magnifi- forked lightning must be g'iven up. I Colonel of the Seventeenth Infantry, is kin tell Sam Prather for me, .loo. that when all tho family were asleep, Taffy sun set that it must have a surface two, while tho strong arm of tho law at 1them. can dosoraething that neither is argued am I from the door of one bedroom to n cent unbroken surface of a rich rattle 1 for help and then started in pur- as vou can do." "Ah, what is that? do not know whether this conclusion the oldest Colonel of his arm of tho ser- if h"s calf warn't killed an' oat, it ran of another, crying and mewing violently ; 400 times as great, a diameter fourteen suit hue. 62, and John P. Hatch, of wouldn't weigh moro'n ourn. times has been drawn from the photograph of vice, being sii'd they. "I can keep from swear-in",- " evidently something was the matter. times larger, and a mass 3,000 figures "Follow me," shouted the ragamuf"I must have walked one "hundred a single flash or not, but you will see the Second Cavalry, is the senior in Now, of course, it is lamentable My mother opened than our sun. These bov. There were some sa'id her door, and I greater bulk so great that the human fin to the little dude, and they disap- blushes on the faces, and there seemed yards through this channel when sud- from tho enclosed, photographs that the rears in the cavalry. The youngest enough that rational human beings four give a denly I noticed a black object on the conclusion is an entirely false one. . An Ma or General is SehoGeld and the should spend anv part of their time in opened mine, to wonder what was ' imagination fails to grasp the vatness peared together in alabyrinthof alleys. to be no anxiety for further informabottom about twenty feet ahead. At examination of mv photographs will eldest is Pope, who is 62. Hancock i conversation so empty of ideas and so wrong. As soon as the cat saw us, she of the difference between the two suns. The policeman gave up tho chase, sat tion. iV. Y. Graphic, door-steand cooled off, and ran a fow steps forward and then back, Mackenzie is utterly aimless as that. But if our criticfirst I though'tit was ashark or a turtle, show that all tho flashes except G"; he retires in is supposed to be in- down on a i as if urging us to follow her. She Yet this great sun in size and splen- then vent away. in the al townsman could read his own and, charging bayonets with my pike one had the zigzag form and that some tho youugest Brigadier-Genera- l suns ferior to other Sharks as Food. reporter Jdtd likewise. or iron spear .that I carried, I moved of them are magnificently forked. armv; he is now 43 and retired, and morning talk set down in cold print, guided t.s hrst down tho stairs, and dor. There is a suspicion that all the Tho t Ghbe on the magnanimity then through the kitchen to the door at suns in our visible universe revolve but cogitating on and found that it was something They resemble very closely the photo- Miles, the next, is 45. Whilo promo- while he would lind the subject In view of the number of sharks that different it might concern a the head of the stairs leading to the around a great central sun located suddenly displayedheby the young Arab, hive made their appearance on the had evidently fallen from above. graphs of sparks from a Holtz electrical tion is slower in some respects in our that wondering if I pon our opening it we discov-It was completely overgrown with sea- machine, taken by Mr. A. Mathesbn in ' armv than in any .uilitary serv ce in rise in this railway sto 'k of a quarter of cellar. our great surprUe that the out- j .somewhere in tho constellation Her- and tho little dude offdid not intend to A tlantic coast this season, attention has y somewhere alono weed and covered with incrustating Professor Tait's "laboratory, and pub- Euro 'C, yet there is neither iu England a cent, or the fall of cottons of tho same ered to we get to their adaption for Vast as seems the universe, ' side cellar door at the foot of the steps cules.know that the primary materials and then try to annihilate him. But hen turned "tho continent" an ollicer of amount it mig it prove to be just a Ichthyophagus corals, and it was nearly half an hour lished in volume xxvii., park 8 of the nor "on purposes. Tho now before 1 had cleared away tho sand, "Transactions of tho Royal Society of General .Mackenzie's age. "outs.de of inane and ju-- t as pointless tho over- had been carelessly left wide opon by of which it is composed are the same in not long after he happened upon the Society at their dinner at the Murray both seemed quite They the servants, thus allowing free in- all the during which time I had to go to Edinburgh." Tho amount of detail rrvnl hlooJ." who has attained his flow ofti mind perpetually running in gress, if any evil disposed and suns. Tho spectro- two again. the ragamuffin Hill Hotel, partook of shark, and posand person chose scope planets surface. tho I took down a shown" in the photograph of the tree rank. Angier -is the oldest Brigadier-Genera- l, one narrow current. Could one find to avail himself of settled the question that happy, dangled a bran new was saying, sibly their example may be followed by has outfit for a persons desirous of emulating such an any wisdom or wit or shrewd common it I closed the door shovel, however, and soon found luutninaieu dv tne nasn gives onb a and planets, sun3 and stars as ho 6. A Br gad.er-Gen-s shine: and locked ir, whereupon Tabby quietly chemically all of identical materials. As the Chinese ,, ler.il will be appointed next year, a senso in it which would help or cheer j returned to her example. that my find wasa cannon, and by its wrr nnnil Mm of thn hnVhtnoco are composed "Thankee, old boy. Didn't mean epicurean bed and slept peace- DemoresVs Monthly. of shark s fans, and a Brigadier in L666. those who heard it? shape, of foreign make; and so it proved. we consider that exposure can not have Ma only was giving you guff. are notoriously fondgolatinons matter fully the rest of the night, dreaming, what I said What is the remoiy? as a few days later I took out ropes and ( exceeded tho milliont part of a second, 4bd l.kewise ia iS! . whieh aro rich in the right oia paru, i!- -j Out of about six hundred cases of Tt.'fi. all .i ,..! a:.a. isn't it?" Some pursuit in common, a book perhaps, of having eaved us from dan- a derrick on a scow and lifted' it to the Tn vouiiL'cst ' olonel of artillerv is that ives bodv to their favorite soup, India Cor. Londn Nature. jitmi tne iiiuo ,TTO" nv hn some chance of turning 13, read aloud, a charitable work, t 9 ger. Why should sIih have given this sunstroke noted in New York the past lAvrws: o cavalry, vierritt, who is . . Eurfacc. that it was an old Chinee children In California are and of infantry, enn. packer, who is study f the bees or do-'- about them alarm? How should she know that summer, at Ieat two hundred and Spanish gun, and after tho coral was fifty proved to be drunks. A". Y. Sun. k0 auythinr. in short, that will break the door should have been closed? scraped oT, the arms of Spain were not allowed to attend the public schools. count, though The youngest Lieutenant-Colone- l Globe. down the fence that shuts the family Ilarijord T.mcs. d tne army is J. ML 'plainly seen. It had been captured on the ground tint public education i oU t e is content only with the fans of the A bullet thrown at a girl in a Lowonlyfor tho e who can become" f more, of the ordnan e and Morrow, of -- tho incessant observation of a fow probably by pirates a long timo ago, Paris alone has seventy schools for ell cartridge factory, to awaken her, Tho day schools of New York have PTsat white shark, tho forocious mani":" """..-:.,- : and lost overboard In some. wav. or a citizens. There are nearly fifteen hnn.Jii.o !vih nvalrv. is the voun est Lieu- " 150,000 pupils, and, the night schools eater, who is hapmly unknown m .mechanical trades, against one when lodged in her car and caused her death. iloslon Transcr.vL ..(iKlrt.rf.Jl..!?..!.;. .1 . vessel had been sunk and entirely gone drod of them in San Fra'ncisco. Sanrunaut-Colone- i in tha lino. SJ2. Till- - ! Companion, , T j American waters. j 12,000. Boston Poit. i rrautaui"" jwi icu inuusiriaiI cuunauuu. ' e lf good-humored, I o "Xc-t'ins, k, TEE1 OLBE'APEn. mf. . one-ha- lt ! . self-absorbe- d g al j-or r .auriouiTe2i3rta i V -- .. ., Wi fVi.-- ii;ayuiasior-vQnQraLUcnesjfirianii,tJoal - 4 -- lean-whi- le qw''ftB -- k, e, arm-in-ar- Qlobt-Democra- t. s k, pymt 60,-00- 0; weed-cover- , ed 0, ee nn-jo- pro-tent- ed kl9 1 AusUtaliaime-yeajJjQnriHiiMimtstlnil- oB- the c LJjvsimmFm; ," J s, ob-fer- h Ko-trom- a. i t - 2-- S22,-000,0- 00 s you-noti- ce Paper-makin- M g, J match-makin- g, pell-me- ll ry self-respec- k t, ?" s, beet-gree- ct pt. -- tfieight d -- al m el el olive-brow- ; p -- dis-cusss- eu culi-nlr- I L- first-clas- j I We.-foun- -- s -3l": iiyrafiSSSas: 'oVoiE &E32L -- Whitte-intende- i -- .r "7" i.,;. -- I to piece. iranci'co oau. ii f v ?sVJ Zi n v- - l- - 4 by the ' Lemon juico. instead of cream in ippirs'itJy ii!fcres;i number 01 lea makes a very refreshing drink.- It n.y lo tlij tho to'al pireit-agt- j Boston OoZ-e- . tf fhrt.; rtutrfuig d'iai.us tirn cba A potato with ono end cut off is cago iers. laore'iisi t oftUrt r'p dii haiitJ scouring the a I, font it Is vxi quetM'jU that bettor than thin rag for be taken oil -- An electric light has been introshave must knives. A duced lito ft lighthouse at the entranco gnieiolv, as a sw'al c. ii:y, 1ms bon each time, to give a moist surface of la thmt on ur nottoo rV,1 ranrc thta umengo tfonrnai. to the outer harbor of Rio de Jane"-o- . the jttlt;eal jours must be soon. It is of 2,000 candle power and is visi- Is reixi'-- at&do clft'ir i' W(i l,v J e to Tho advantages of soiling cfR3,,t fsc'K ar "Why, what is tho matter with tho ble a distance of thirty-fiv- e of a saviug of laud, a saving of fences miles. n."ia!.P as to Vie I'ltiji'c causo of .1 saving of food, a saving of manure thought you were conlittle hermit? l one It is. tented hero .now. Is it too lonely? Are In A Volcanic tree is reported to exist this uicrw'nc, it the Japanese village of Ono It is howaror, not sorely p's'inUi.b'o. but and bettor care given the stock, as well you growing tired of Babette?" increased feet high, "(, no! I would be happy if it woro sixtysaid to bo with a girth of ton feet, lu!t:. to iwiO'v a pisvng g'inco on as Erhune. production from the laud. and centuries old Every rr. .wbj)Ct as a vWio. Su:ci.lis may right to be here; but it is not, and I day white smoke-lik- e is malo by Poach leather for mist issues from be divided rougtily into two great must go away." the top, lasting from early afternoon clasps; those i which the stowing peaches as if for present us., A startled look came into Max's face. and mash into are intcnlional'ycon-ci- d "Promise me," ho said, seizing her till evunmjr. iof what they take out tho stones thin on a smooth hands that would not lift a stono, Th,n Spread out The latest indignity offered Id tho are diing; and thn.o iu which they are will not hand, "promiso me that you "No." t Vhpfe stones weie micK 10 cuniocr will scatter flowura acts or per- clean board exposed to the s;n. Iu u Our scep A low, prolonged whitln announced go away. I will not let go your haud memory of Cnrlyle is lo credit him oither i.M'onscioi.3 of slumber. Above our pillowed with having invented the word form tl m tinder distinct hallucinations few days it wil bo dry enough " rdi until you do." the consternation of tho qttestionor. un and put away for winter. vrainc "dude." In his journal on July lj, or del'udoasof hlu. i'nis last clas3 I can only promise you not to go be"This is a beautiful ory," he broko Swwt friend, perchance both thou and I, w.iich. if n"f technical!; definitive, will bnrtifer. Ere love is past forglvinp, alone to fore I feel I can stay no longer," sho 18), ho wrote: "I out in German. "Did you go read any Should take the earnest lesson home-- He dud of a book, novel or the like, serve for our in.:ue hate purpose is When a horse is troubled with answered, extricating her hand. tho .We?" patient with the living; savs the .Yen; Hampshire Mirrepressed rebuke may save "This is all folly. Where could you whore the writing seems to How not, we think, a largo one. Without "No; 1 started with somo friends Our blinding tears it may roughly be said ror, it should not have a large quantity along like talk, without a certain whom I lost aud who are not coming go without money9 for you have Then patience e'en whon keenest Hlgo that the groat majority of those who of hay or grain. Oat meal is the best back to Paris: and tlmn I was with a never acccpteil any irom me, and you pain, a crrtain envy." May whet a nameless sorrow. lady whom 1 , too, and whose name must need some now. Everybody Birds iu Sweden and Norway aro kill, or try to kill, themselves in these rood, being easily digestible, Tis easy to be penile when often, with a small quantity each meal, modern times and in civilized commuYou must better protected thau in any other needs money sometimes I do not know." Death's silence shames ourclamor. coun- nities are perfectly well aware of the is better than a large quantity at onco. easy to discern t ho bet a mo- want clothes too. for the bundle Fritz try, and tho consequence is And The young man thought for that they Through memory's mystic glamour. aye of the act thy Sudden changes in tho color of ment, and then continuingiin an under- got at the school was very small, and aro tamo aud familiar. A resident of nature But wis It were for thee and me, to himsolf: "If 1 would take her tills dress" stopping to scrutinize hor Sweden says that cvrey morning Hocks performing or attempting, and do butter, unless caused by sudden changes paot rorjfivinsr, tone Ere lovo is home purTo take the tender in food, say from oat and corn meal to to a hotel or if I would lowlier go alono appearauce, "is not warm enough for of sparrows come into tho room whilo tho deed with a, so far, intellig-Co patient with the living y pose of escaping from that bran of poor quality, or rye meal, i3 no, it can not be. done." Then ho this weather. 1 came almost on he is eating breakfast anil run about Maryaret Sanger, in Good Otter. to see how you were drossod. Do the room picking un crumbs rtr wali. seems unendurable, or because of some caused by churning too warm and loadaddod, aloud: "There is only one thing torror or shame that for the time o chilled ing the butter with casein. Soft and wis examined somo cast-iro- n to dp, niadom isellc, you must come you know," and he broke into a laugh, ing themselves in basins. chance or destiny thorn. The law is mercifully white butter are both duo to ono cause tojls, the exhibitor stating that with with" me. I will give my rooms up to "L lound myself wondering tho other The figures produced by Mr. Cham- interpreted for tho sako of survivors ; - too highly charged with the solid 6tth tools, tho cost of which he showed in a small you aud go to a hotel. Mj man, Fritz, day, in the lecturo, when I ought to Sho was an under-teachwill see that you are safe from any an have been taking My notes, if you did berlain iu his speech in Parliament on but, as a matter of fact, scarcely one matter of buttermilk. .Y. Y. Foil. tobe merely nominal, he was able to Protestant Parisian pcnsiomiul. That tho Merchant Shipping bill show that $ri a hundred of tho cases of and gun meynommg ai not need a pair of boots? DotiH you? Coffee Cake. To make one good-size- d turn cast and wrought-iro- n pnt into words means: she slept in a noyance: and "O, I assure tal at from fifty to one hundred per no;" and she in twel e years .'Sli.OOO English seamen "temporary insanity" are correctly so loaf take one beaten egg, dormitory with twenty children, the niuc o'clock I will bo waiting for you were lot; that in each year, on the or cup of molasses, doscribctl. It is of a cup ot ent higher speed than with tools made WATGHES FREE! windows being carefully closed at night at the corner of tho blocgjid we Will blushed as sho drew her r feet as far one seaman out of seventy-tw- o g troublo that mikes men brown suerar. ono vorv smau ou 01 irom tcoi. aurpnso was expresseu mat live o clock, just saving go somewhere lor soijjpg to eat, under her chair as possible. We oCsr tho aboi number d CM fall, rising at and that and women long to die or imi"tuously butter, same-size- d cup of very strong fEUch tools were not in more general use. "That movement looks very sus- is drowned, of a seamantaking Ihom all from asphyxiation. In winter and then you can confMkjcre and answer netbe 1111 ne ll.ble K0 perc beservice at twenty-fou- r qs&Uon correct t- - Where in llie IJIblr-doshe had to see that the chillblaincd make it nil right." ThoifWao thought picious, aud I firmly beliovo you do. years, one out of every three must ex- seek refuge in death, either in tho or cold coffee, 0110 tcaspoonful of cream It wiy "Iliimem Ihe Homej." lief that 'in dying they will slrop. of tartar, one scant tcaspoonful of sal-The organ or hearing is generally hands and feet were duly plunged into to himsolf: "If I am notiMjtaken there So 111 scnd a pair along with the other pect to moot his end in that wy. HpnLan Rook. ChaKer and Veire. Tt8 that consciousness will end in eternal cratus. One cup 01 raisins; uavor with double, but not always located in the things-onlperson fending in the flrct twenty I will have to guess at the water in thecorridor where is something white at trie window, urul nw.ie one Colli Wnlch eucll. The Many tenement-hous- e cijarmakers oblivion. Wo Ao not say that there is a nutmeg, cinnamon and allspice; put in head. In the clam it is found at the wind blew in gusts through which looks ominous, but still we can size." the north i persons in the next 200 correct an- clearly defined process of r s.,irg in onough flour to make as thick as pound- base of the foot; some grasshoppers will rrmre Otic Dolllir CtlCll. he laid "O. please don't!" she pleaded. "I receive from their employers $0 pounds the loose windows. For breakfast slie hope." And taking her hand Everf person p j inw correct answer win could not accept anything. You have of tobacco, for which they iavc to re- all these cases, though in a majority wo cake. The Household ate tho watery soup thickened with it on his arm and lea her away. jret a handMsne present. If yon are not the have it in the fore legs, and in many infirnt yon may be eoond, third or tenth, or at his lodgings, alroady done more for mo than I can turn 102 pounds of cigars. Tin difference boliovo there is ; but in vw fow inSome farmers find it an advantago sects it is on the wing. Lobsters and iarge picce3 of bread and cabbage, or He roused the porter iwmi fVu. ,u.mtKfh- - hi .V.T. .hare a eood " : '. . xcrn feo'ing to plant corn on their clover sdd with crabs have the auditory sacs at the base .!. n maab pastri'Hvith lentils; after which dcsisrnudlr; and sntihim for his valet, ever thank you for; I am more grateful is supposed to represent the water used stances indeed is the real chance to win a oniuuiui iicki n Bico. n uo tho mill not try for to dearaUe a prwent. in moistening tho dry leaf. Complaints ono which differs greatlv .fim and explained to thdtwo men that the than you can ever know. with potatdes of the autenna;. Scientific American. sue sat and shivereu all tue morning aud then follow any- niauurc, "Aud with that I ought to be con- are made that when the tcbacco falls yearning to escape auywh-ieCcMfnr one yrnr KKEl'KIl Tho potatoes aro following heated by a smau lady was a strangerSvho had lost her in the school-roolni"I.TK.Y rate at the likely tospring. miser'. Tho be scabby than whon iron basket of coals sot in "the wide friends at the tc, and that he commit- tented. I suppose." Ho arose and short cigar stumps, willow, oak, and where out of thiswomen live nowadays lo3s withthorarmwer. This a beanutnl journ-- ! Stanley, the explorer says that on which mon and at ol It her safe keep- walked to the window. The rctrnlar ice M cents- j elm leaves are used to mate good tho on clover lea, but in a several occassions he bought his lifo of chimney; the lunch of cold meat sliced ted the responsibilirvjof planted dirc-tlper y:r. to you pay noir ms uu ". "? " Into thin enough pieces to go all around ing to them. If any evil befell her they "You forget," said Lucettc, quietly, deficiency, and that in somo instances has something to do with thN feeing. dry season me more likely to be in- the wild tribes for a pouud of . . . . M ... .WAA in jured by drought Where it is intended to answer for it at tho le- "what you should remember, that it is 100 pounds of tobacco have thus been B03-- and girls are men and oricc with potatoes or b'ans with red would have powder. Sec 1 monev b? Reg tered letter. P.O. Order made to produce 200 pounds of cigars. acquaintance with, and experiences of, to plant potatoes attor corn the land 4 wine", made palo with vmer, over, she gation; and giving sonle additional or- your duty not to think of me at all." life and its pleasures and Pamt e rrt Five cenf b. Aidrcra X. Y. S'ar. "I know what you mean," he anwent into tho garden and in summer ders to his man, ho bade her goodshould bo fall plowed and rye sown for SlESsru. IIouck & BAUnE, managers of at an ago when our grandparents turning under in the spring. Chicago the Baltimore (Md.) Base-bal- l THE POULTRY KEEPER swered, impatiently. "You are always sat and mended the children's clothes. night and went away. Club, state, Mr. W. J. Andres, of Sumtor, S.C., b9 Randolph I..CIiicuBf. III. base-baAs soon as daylight followed tho reminding me of my cousin; but you killed a hog a few days ago affected were innocent childron in the nursery. limes. winter she walked tho entire hour players In as tho opinion of nil Tho young men of the day are blatt at to keep from, freezing. At the sit slecnless nirht Lueetto unlocked tho would not be so severe if you knew how with every symptom of hydrophobia. Tho Chicago Druggist recommends and no set of men aro moro susceptiblo to two 01' the joung o'clock dinner she was always asked door, resolved to go back to the school sne amuses norselt in my absence. iprains, bruises, aches and pains that St Tho hog had "been bitten two weeks preis. played out tho following for tho cure of severe women ennuvec. Life As he was going away after tho twico to the dry, tough meat, but it at once and send a grateful noto to her scalds and burns: Cover the injured Jacobs Oil, tho Great German Remody, viously by a dog u hich was supposed to its meridian is reached, deliverer, but the door was guarded on visit, lie said, as he took her be mad. Tho hog became so violent before was well understood she was to parts freely with soft soap. If the burn is tho bost cure over used, and they jointly the jOuLsideJby Fjittwho, it seemcdi hand to bid her good-by"1 was as to necessitate its separation from the or the burdon of responsibility is be sevoro apply soon alter linseed oil, acknowledge its merits. From this time on until (lie nine tho consciousness at ico smss, ti 5?clock bedtime, she was first oversce-rn- g after- n night as sentinel, had lost his tempted a little while ago to empty the other hog, and finally had to be killed. thrust upon whon the mind can with a plentiful dressing of flour. This to dress a dude's Whk.v barber the children in the garden and aft- capacity of sneakin French. To her exchequer here. As a reward for not A farmer living near Bishopvillo, in tho a poriod cakes on, and fresh oil and flour can head ho acome tocomes a fool's top. It is a S22.Q0 to erwards at their studies in the school-- - frantic efforts to pass him ho replied doing it, won't you call mo Max just famo county, shortly after killed a not in tho nature of thing8 be com- be added. When this covering falls ofl period In his existence. Burlington Free petent to cope with its weight and atroom. All this can be told, but what volubly in' German, shaking his head once boforo I so?" a new skin will have formed and no Press. young cow, affected with ntsheft rtcraors at all OKEtT WORLB'S Without hesitating sho looked up in hydrophobia, apparently to have origi- tendant difficulties. All this has been scar left. Carron oil is also regarded tan not be told was the worst part of and gontly forcing hor back into tho EXHIBITION'S fir SeTenleen "Yer. Only supposed said before. There is not a new word Men, Head This. Tonne; any. For Cu.h, it the mental torture she had to sub- room, it was only when the porter came Mi is face and said "Max." by tho same dog pacing through Or a new thought in it, and yet it is a as an excellent remedy where the skin TnE VoltaicBklt Co., of Marshall, Mich., American Organs Awarded euth at Eay ruymcntu or Jlenled- Ilo seized Jier' face in his two hands, nated mit to from Madame from the time she up to .say that "Monsieur would like to is unbroken, cure of course being taken offer to send their celebrated Elkctko-Vo- i that neighborhood. il. Lnuis i5. very terrible and pressing subject found fault with the children's hair enn 1i 1...1,. fisiifr, wtnira flint: cliiAvnl stooped and kissed her, and was gone. other Electmc Appliances "Forced" to excludo the air trom tho injured taic Belt and days, to nieil (young orold) -- UPRIGHT PSAN0SWe can not give it the An Australian squatter, renowned Sho was stiil standing in a kind of 'in the morning, until bedtime, when permitted to pass. Notwithstanding hlsheur, on trial for&J part Prent!ns terylr.iumenU, cseellenep yet aJdlnctoallpreTtoHi far and Wide for his extreme ugliness, education commence! too early in lifo in tncl' with nervous dobilily, los3 of vitaltheir lack of progress w.V3 attributed to the gnuitv of the position hor protector trance when Babette came in. All cellars should he ventilated. afflicted all kindred troubles. Also of enater ralue than any; on too fist is helping to had once made an oath that should he and pressed ity and "Babette, I must go away innsical tone and increased . bcr want of attention. 'X he truth was, could notlielp laughing as Lucette ex. is deal of foul gas that t ut especially av ldlaK she was Jyoiiug and pretty, which plained to him why she had not como Tho Herr Baron lias left some money ever come in contact with any one make existence increasingly difficult There a great the decay of vege- or diseases. Complete restoration many oth tune, lllnairv-- d tatalojrne; liability MAsO out .ot N Jrjf. to health, colts accumulator from We are running the two year-ol- d O.. IIo- i Hi.lX Illtn.W AN I) Madame could never quite pardon, nor sooner. She refused to have any break- with you, which 1 will take as a loan, plainer than himself ho would shoot inAew York. Id table matter in thorn that tbo often is vigor.und manhood suaranteod. No risk toti, 1.14 Trrmont dtreei: him. Meeting one day with a man he in a crippling race, and ruining tne insisted on taking leave of him and go." 14th fUt cnieuso, 1 ll "Wubanh v the JndependencQ end spirit she had fast and the room3 above, curred, as 30 days' trial is allowed. IVrite to pass The wise old Babetto had passed in thought was uglier thau himself, ho stock. If able and impartial obs"rvers allowedinjury of into health of their oc- them at onco for illustrated pamphlet, free. lut guarded during the two years this pain- then and there. the to the ascer"I intend to see you through your and out of the room several times dur explained to him tho nature of the oath would make it their business to ful Txi?tcnco had lasted. The maxim: "Strike while the Iron is tain the facts about suicide, thej would cupants. Tlfe best way to secure ventilaAIL the, circumstances of her life trouble," said ho, quietly, "and sol ing the visit. Without understanding he had made: then, producing his pistoo be doing a good and usoful work. Wo tion is to have communication between hot," is getting altogetherhot by slow for MONARCH LIGHTKINa SA7ING XACHIKB ill walk behind you." If "Madame will the conversation, which was in French, tol, requested him to say his prayers. were sad enough to &eem invented for striking. the age; you must make it ?E2sn; OK open the door to you, you will have she had nevortbulo3 moro than once "What!" said the man, "am I uglier believe, not without some data on the cellar and the chimney by means ol fiction. Her family had been one of not - a - which to base our speculations, that a pipe or other opening. The upward than 3011?" "Yes." replied thesquatI.Mtor from Hox. Mrs. Pert, Castlo position and wealth in Scotland, and one friend at least." OO DATS' shaken her head and looked grave suicide is increasing, and that tho draft will remove the foul air as it Grey, Limerick, Ireland, Brown's BronJhon for heaven s sake, shoot: And Madame, in fact, only opened when her father and mother died, the "And yon will do right, dearie, This ten TEST TB!SL, accumulates, and render it nearly dr chial Troches are thus referred to: "HavAr- - active cause of tho evil is say, through can be no lasting shelter for you. But cried tho man. San Franciico . little. Lucy was placed at ono of the the door wide enough-ding broughtyour Bronchial Troches' with quite as pure as in the rooms above. the rosult of forced development gOHUHt. where will you go?" best schools in England aud kept there the crack, that, after last night's me whon 1 came to resido hero, 1 found Hasty II0M0H Transcript. responsibility. she was surprised she ex until it was discovered the money had to' that after I had civen them away to those "That must be my own secret, Ba For some limo tlie Capitol at Wash- and premature marriages, too anxious and too early I consideiod required them, tho poor peoAll gone through mismanagement; and pected to be taken back, since just as batte. If yon knew you might be obliged ington has been lighted with olootric Iffaking Cider Vinegar. ple will walk for miles to get a few." For "the only way her guardian could think she was preparing to let her in, not to telh in which case I mirht as well lights. It is now found that tho build- struggles for success in Hie. too hazardCoughs, Colds, nn.l Throat Diseases they lo dispose of her. was to send her to only sue but all tac neighborhoo'l, remain here. Jf I do not write it will ing presents a most untidy appearance ous ventures in business enterprise, thd Tho malic acid of the apple and the havo no equal. Sold only in boxes. rush of undisciplined and untrained yardwith the few hundred pounds aroused by her voice, had seen her Walk be a sign all is going well." Paris lor Ionrin: frmim. woodog - farmTS gettlnff ont owing to tho fact that myriads of all acetic acid produced from the fermenleft, to perfect her French, in order oil" with a strange man. She could The next morning, when Babette kinds of insects have been attracted by minds into the arena of intellectual tation of the sugar of the juice aro both A STRIKING peculiarity that of the rtoTewood.an'!a.!iurtoflx J of 1 ta. aw ). rultM A TUuimmiM .. rV "y. Immense savlnjr of xbf- - n I noy. Wnw that she might become a governess. have her clothes whon she ent for came with the coflee, a note which a the lights and have killed themselves strife, and above all, that swinging oi wholesome and an aid to digestion, and clock. forrtojtanUy Uhwtratrd catalogue in bnlHant colon, pcnduliun-lik- o tho too brilliantly illuminated poster te i eotor. .inrr. At seventeen the money was all gone, them! And the iron face disappeared messenger had brought in the night by striking: ajrainst the dome. Bushels tho natural desire for these acids, es- 'A youxo lady asked a shop keeper for a A ( Wanted o,rtiMi between excess of rigor iu May-flieher guardian dead, and, having no bohind the iron door, which went to was on hor plate. It read: MOSAncn JO"0 CO., UUSOSSUte St., Chicago, PL. s of nt they beetles crickets former, which exists in all New Jortoy. garment such Tribune. wear in and untempered license, which pecially the be Cambridge with,a bang. .friends, she could do nothing bettor '' Lucette, I am on m kwos before you, be dragou-fliegrasshoppers caddlS-nieas an instinctbetratil Poor Lntcottc was joined by her sole Si US afond von oss. Ihao forjrtxo my trust UOOs, asps. Iioi nets. iMittorniws, ..tlK otiustilutos tho inner experience of too lruits, may forconsidered . . LYD1A E. PtNKHAM'S . man become tue a necessary article of ive craving ke Mwml. WHt you mr I Trill many, are proximato causes of the lricriU,j,Jitthe"kwa'ot James BKECiiEr., H.D., of Sigourney, la., who nxpectan answer in three tlnys in I'drR COMPOUND is surprising cnpugu-al- so to"be ar VEGETABLE It cicauas, iroguoppers, piaut ncu, waiur breakdown or salt and appetite agon' of distress which food, just as the formation for tho vege- sajs: ''For several years I havo teen using flight of fiction, that at nineteen her took her lo hare some coffee; after Very soon attor, sho had started with beetles whirligigs, skippers, honied of is a roamvE cc refor 9 sugar is. Tho blue eyes were bright, her slender fig-- which they sat down m the nearest Hans for the station at tho foot of the midgets, gnats, mosquitoes, and every ends in suicide. The underlying cause table acids is one of tho curiosities of Dr. Wu. Hall's Balsam for the Luxos, All tlioe painful Complaints and In almost every caso throughout my ure straight and her step light. Sho park to discuss what could be done. mountain'and was soon on her way tc species of inject known to the sur- is impatience, social, domestic, and agricultural science which shows in a pnrtlce I havo had entire success. I have and Weaknesses so ftHUM' t0 oar best or a long time nothing presented it-- Paris. xvas winsome rather than pretty, with a woods of tho personal, of the period of preparation remarkable way what a very great used and prescribed hundreds of bottles rounding swamps and ,t -- : FEM VLE l'OIM IATIO.W .1: whicli nature has ordained to stand on :.. uuinu wj uur partly t self. .i Binfe I was surgeon of Hospital No. 7, curiam juicu uijuitv On arriving, she went to a District have met thoir death in this tho threshold of life, but which tho change is made in the character of Loiisville, Ky." rrteett UE!,IJ.nrlM5-fee"I could have you go to my parents j' large depot of antiquities directly from her ancestors, partl3 through hor tho daughter waj'. Washington Star. 7F. MUMWM . atii'l I fnf ifc tji tmnte kralntf lT haste of "progress" treats as dolay. various substancos by tho mere adira ' jinate superiority. The vivacity natu- or to our chateau on the Lahn there of the proprietor of which had been tk' ro jf tjme anddj, taowwvw 0 iodic antt that it taUfV.at. nut gi4lj '?Iow shall I sleep?" asks n it ekuau Ut It is not delay, but development; albeit dition or subtraction of one or more ral to youth, of course, was wanting, is no one now there but the steward, her pupil. She would tiy to find a poOTaHan troubles InCaauaju As noisplessly as possible, enro entirely It will chemical elements contained in them. thif--i is a lesson rash energy has yet to Over Pressure. and nor could tho most oxacting critic de- but how explain your position? What sition as saleswoman there. To net tlon and 11 ration, raui'tf and 1'te) nlarly d aadplease. BHrliRQton Free Przis. partii ?ttymteiwnt Spiral WwUkw, learn from sobor scionce. LomSm Lan- Thus, the following table will show mand it here to complete the picture of I can do for you, mademoiselle, will, 1 surprise siio was accepted at once, at a how starch is changed into sugar, A party of young men who were hliig. cet. FaHtrw"w.FlatiieneT, drpy?aneraTtg It reraores Recently, both here and in England, fear, only compromise you more and salary sufficient to keep body and soul a beautiful character. gtlmulint. and sugar into glucose, glucose into alco- !ri"We won't co home till morning" forcare Bin (iff nUei- W.afcne. of vJSSa, Such was Mademoiselle HetdaeV. JerTm . It Lucette, more. You see I am the second son. togothei. That da- - she found a room there has" been much talk of educanever reachr 1 there until late in the afterPeprewln hol, and alcohol into vinegar, or acetic OemrallVMitT SI eplw lu Speaker. A Had At one poriod "" when one day in vacation, she received Max vonSteinfels.and am botrothed to on tho fifth floor of a shabby house in tional n. That fee inpof brnrtntr (Ioth, ""J"?; noon, and then they had to pay five dolacid, which is tho last stage of tho W1'5 - Ua!waTr- - inently " f; andbackachan invitation from a Scotch lady and my cousin, whom I am to marry as the neighborhood, bought a spirit lamp there was good ground for uneasiness lars and costs. Philadelphia Call. forpnnititi'et. , Letters Send mairn tot'iin. change, excepting putrefacArchbishops aro not made for their chemical soon as my medical studies are over at to make her coffee, and was ready for on this score. Recognition of the imInnuirreora.'cnt allyanrwerwrraieaiiiry gentleman who were in Paris for a few tion, sign of astuteness Ir big days, to go with them to the Fe'c des the Sorbounc. And now toll mo some- work the next da It had been agreed portance of better education had then eloquence, but on account of their pears when the substance finally disap- cabbage heads are a sharper than a pin. a should be in an explosive gas: Logc. in the forest of St. Germain. thing of yourself. It is not ncoessarj' enthusiasm which judgment and executive ability. Ono W2A'7i5mc pterr n iru ft aDouijosE. JPittthirgh Chronicle. that she should liinch with the family, created a . --. Atoms of of tho archbishops of Canterbury, rorCte'K,t! HC3 nr perandmgnltyoudara They, themselves, wquM continue their to gay j'oii are a Hdy, for I saw tliRt which repast would answer for her din- jould'apprcciato nothing but intellecCoaiposfnon of Carbon. Hydrogen. Oiysren. t" .1 SirAMD.iRO who died in 184S, was distin12 20 10 Tee prettiest girl in Portland is named .. . route on to Rouen, but a French lady at the first glance." staroit ner, she resolved, and in the evening tual culture, and could not have too Ilowley, as a bad speaker. IS 11 Cunesujjar. guished Letter. We never before venrned to be a to be of the party, would return to Pa-- , ON After Lucette had told him all she she could manage to prepare something much of that The result was over12 21 12 Washington Hatchet. The following anecdotes illustrate Glucose kuewof herself, of course Mat's inter- o7er her lamp; and since she would be pressure, and mucii harm to exris with her. 4 12 Alcohol 1VAG0X SCAL"ES. 8 4 est was doubled, and he lay back on tired enough to go to bod at once, she citable, ambitious and delicate chil- what ho could do in the wavof spoiling Acotlo nciJ Madame gave a very unwilling t. Renin Box Tare Beam. Fielehl The corner loafers ought to be a rising I Free Price- I.lst. Krerr Siir. a speech. With a most delicate and Water dren. But there are few linos of "You know tho hours," she said; the bqneh, with his hat drawn down would not need auj' fire. set, judging from their facility in getting 1 Carbonic ucid Addre,.JGHESGFBIn6rUmOH up stare?. iu which greater advance has almost fastidious tnte a3 to stylo, ho over his face, and thought for a long "at ten o'clock the gate is locked and Here it is seen that by adding B1NCHAHTON, N.Y. Two j'cars of loneliness and drudgery made than 111 education. Many was always making corrections in his equivalent of water to starch it an can lie opened to no one after that time. At last he straightened I. is Some studies givo continued pleasure. Lour." passed two j'cars of uncomplain- of the bojt minds of the time have been speaking as some writers do on their changed into cane sugar; ono more Now there's grammar, which is a mere "I have it," he cried, "and it can be hid IT8HIMQ PILES. manuscript, a fatal fault in a speaker. equivalent of water changes cano sugar parse time. Of course she wonld be back long douo. Mj uncle lias bought the Sup- ing silence. Her capacity, joined tc occupied with it Suggestion, discusIntents Symptsma sion, experiment, comparison, have r before ten she thought, at she Hew pressed Jesuit seminary on the of into glucose. By breaking up ono her dainty appearance anil quiet, itchlnp mot at night Thus presiding at an anniversary SWINE'S OlNTMFNTgure core. is the lawyer who believes in " the ways, had been appreciated. rapidly sifted out obsolete or mischievIt along the streets to meet her .friends at the Clergy Orphan Girls' school at St equivalent of glucose into two parts Mountains' and old the IU1IINO ALL EFUl the station, feeling like a bird escaped Hans and Babette.who have been in the people were good and kind to hor: ous views and practices, and substituted John's Wood, ho delivered himself and taking from them four equivalents law and Table. profits." Williamsport It Is rQCMT.T g,1(., ag Allots In Blolche. Rash, rr im pimple. Breakfast Itch, bait llhenra. no mat- Improved methods. It is true that tho thus: from the cage. . G!"KrT"rTTet. . fainih forever almost, are taking care of aud thus her existence had been sup of carbonic acid which, it is well 3JL2.JLj.i terhowolirlnaie or lonjr atandlns. En route 'the party divided, Lucette, it You can go there nd stay with them portable. greater facilities for teaching "No one can see (cotscJ Irmself) known, escape in tho alcoholic fermeYfnr Is a prisoner's time like a bad joke? S&rKSiaSifi; Because it's passed in durance stupid. At the request-- of" the French ladv, uutii sonieining cists nun. up. One day an order came for the copy may operate as temptations to overcan look upon these rospoctablc win VfL goKibyOlrusclata. ntationthere are left two equivalents Life. etopped with her atileuil to visit write and explain all about it to them, of a va-- e in the Cluny Museum, and work, and no doubt sometimes do. looking girls corrects himself ) these of alcohol. One equivalent of alcohol, while her friends went onto St. and will make up a plausible story by Lncettc was sent to make a rough But on the other hand, it is now genI girls (corsels himself) then, loses two atoms of hydrogen and Je.vks being asked how he came bv his Germain, and this change in their plans, which they can account for your pres- sketch of it. She was standing at erally realized that the education of these good girls (correct himself) A warm Iron transfers tli e dcln' to any fabric. gains ono of oxygen, aud becomes black eye said it was a sunstroke. IFafer-lo- o Aew Illustrated CtaIoTie,howlnKeleTeriity!ea slight as it was, turned the whole cur- ence for'instance: Au English family, with these female girls" it when she heard Max's voice the bodj must be Observer. EMUROIDERI and vinegar, or acetic acid; and it is exceedof India s and itj Designs forpofttpald on receipt of rent of her life. A rendezvous had traveling through Germany, has left in the next room. The blood rushed that of the mind, and therefore there ART NEEDLE WORK. Sent Here there was a :pprosod titter, ingly curious to sec how, after all theso "Why U a man wh a cold in his head S5c W. U. QU1NB Y, 1 1 Euclid Are. , CleTeland, O. . -- been agreed upon at the Chatcan of St their daughter with them for her health into her head and her knees trembled. is less danger than ever before of under cover of which the speaker hur- changes, three equivalents of vine-galike a waterfall? Because he is catarrh. reGcrmaia, but when they arrived, their while they travel farther. You do not The voices came nearer and were in the mischievous .Revolvers, COShotCunj ried on to tho conclusion of his sen- arc precisoly alike in composition to racked. friends were nowhere to be found in speak German and will not be asked tho room. Sho dared not look up. ferred to previously. Of courso where tence, not recorded. ,Kiiies, one equivalent of glucose, or fruit tw o pickEtoi A rifle match a bout bntweeu so all they could do was to any questions, which will be very con- They were not stopping how thankful instruction is attractive to the young, m xrs A&4rua 3 fErLSV He used to rub his hands anxiously sugar. 'GreatWetterjr" pockets. Waterloo Observer. into a van and drive through the venient. L'ntil I can get word to them, she was. Then she heard an "O!" where the educational methods arc in- together while speaking, as if ho were CJ3; Catloj4fr QuWcTt,FitUbU5 Jivery ono cf these changes occurs in forest to the fete, where, among the though, you must remain in my rooms. Then a hasty step, and her arm was teresting and not repulsive, where tho washing them. I have seen him twice, the production of vinegar Irom apples. Takes anything A photosrapher. N. AhamUomeBooSof lfiOpasesonl RUC .thickest of the trees, booths covered I will relate tho whole story to Fritz seized. mind of the pupil is aided instead of and once saw a bishop imitate him to The starch and acids of unripe fruit aro Y. Journal. &Counshln,wonhlu.ient free LUI U FR with green boughs were full of small and the porter, and put it upon their Addrega Union iub. Co.Sewark.. J. "I was right, then, not to leave Pari being coerced, it is inevitable that the life. changed iuto 5ugar as the fruit ripens Iris a curious coincidence that a woman menageries acrobats, giants and all honor to help me." after all. though I have been tempted greater efforts to learn should he made. addition of oxygen, chiefly from wliohasa temper of her own is seldom is a story that he used to There by the Mian K yoa want to become and the rest of the accessories to such an relWil esrnph Operator, manj' times to go to England Look This, however, is tho result aimed at; his own nervousness as a speaker, the air; and. indeed, this addition of willing to keep i". employment,addres I'.W.Ream, Ada, O. be cuaranteed . assemblage; large crowds were collected 'The beautiful blue lake of Each ! at me Lucette! You haven't had it is the demonstration of the success of and that one pf his chaplains recom- oxygen takes place in the exposure of Wanted, aobjft where fried potatoes and fritters in Who can describe it? The water-lil- y enough to cat! You've been cold, too! thu modern educational theory and mended him to shut himself up in th A sign' in town reads: "Neutral Boot finr fl A MONTH. unripe fruit to the air during the grindleamRleTffci. el'lngaitlcl.iin boot, as wo A , .greasy cornucopias wen being- - eaten You've been suflering! I see that practice; it is, in short, the response to Addington dining-roovisible hundreds of feet aud address ing of it in tho cider mill and tho airing and Shoe Store." ono neutral doesn't "run 0UU Addrcw JAY BKOSbOS. Detboit. Mich. that construe it, is frying-pafrom the for this was tho its surface, and, set in their lovely plainlj enough. What are you doing the popular demand for bettor educa- the chairs, imagining people in them. of tho juice as it runs from the press or down" either side. Xorristown Herald. Wfflj Wary int co Tj.arrywbere.TVTio!f principal object of the fete, to eat the green beds of moss aud ferns and tan- here?'-- ' tion. " 9 8 " "How did your grace get on?" ho rests in the vats or casks. And just !' Krtalt Price-li- :frtt. Goodf enaran-S- i 8 Sateed. B.CSTBEHl.r 7abnnar,ChtcaEO. fried potatoes, so dear to the Parisian gled vines, linking together the dark II "I am qopj'ing this vase for our To the exteutthat improved teaching was asked after the lirst experiment Those newspaper poets who are alwaysremarks, it here, in concluding these palate, in the forest. When night came lirs on the shores, the watcAirival in house," she managed to bring forth, in develops improved learning there must adding lines to tome other fellow's insplA. MONTH and board fornilreTocn "Well, you see, I think I got on very might be said that while ripo fruit is tnnjnt ttr "know something about on, tho coarseness of the scene changed loveliness the heavens' blueMits weird a choked voice. In each, county. Addrj' Men or lie some evidence of increased eagerextremely wholesome and even nutri- tho uses of adversity. Boston Time. CO, rhlladtjplila. Fa. nicely at first but all nt onco I caught V. W. Z1EGLER ono. of picturesque jbeanty in the beauty is enhanced hy thcr.rcml of "And where ys our house?" j-ness for knowledge among the children. sight of that fruit is positively d chair there in tious, the use of unripe "light of myriads of colored lamps sus- how an accursed monastoTVc'vod on "In the Boulevard ." To tho extent that they aro more interso formida- hurtful and dangerous, as somo of the corner, and ho ) SEND WITS YOUB OBJEB. pended in strings between tho trees and an island in the middle of tlibs&KC long OUT THIS OUT AND "So near!- - and I've been hunting ested in their school work they will pay the that ho put me looked then I broko chemical changes abovo mentioned out, and ble . festooned around their trunks. ago, ana one midnight, as the old always in the suburbs. Whore do von more attention to it And thus there down." Youth's Companion. occur in tho stomach and bowels, proLucette was gazing in wonder upon j monks were at their carousals, a vol- live?" will be closer application. But to arducing various injurious gaes which I cano the novel picture whcn.a.wave, of people "That I can not tell ifc burst forth near by and sank it in gue from this that the modern methods not only irritate the sensitive memewupmy anu separated her irom her the lake, and now, when the winds are "O! I know well, in some miserable arc dangerous is realty to imply that Sandwich Island Houses. Asm branes and produco cramps and severe ) friend. At lirst she bravelv tried to perfectly stiU.'the groans of these mis- garret. You will show me whore it is. they arc beyond the capacities of o .r. .c .'jmu: w absorbed into tho ains, but the s.K.o.-rfind her and lost half an hour in the erable spirits and the sound of tho At once." The houses of Honolulu are always flood may by being the most serious pr FOR SALE a- V7t, . fiUf. J 'J " children, and such an inference cerv produce 4S u .9 ..V-- .. vj. .;.. ns and ;V. pursuit; then, trembling and .e,v- "Herr Baron!" monastery bell rung in distrc-- s are tainly is not warranted. No doubt there open, daywarm night, one the tempera- fatal disorders. K Y. 'Times. f DRUGGISTS, has to sleep that she hunted-vfor- . ture is so "You are mistaken; Lucette. I am are cases of injury from a van aud was a heard at midnight on tho water over to long time in finding one. When at last the spot; and indted, not far from the only Doctor Max. whose specialty is So there was under tho old system! out of doors, as it were,builtget enough General Stores and Horsesnoers, mostly of Fattening Geese. she reached the station the train, had shore, tho crater of an extinct volcano, to treat all cacs of poor, unknown There are always feoble fresh air. They arc thty de not hat It, send order dlrett. S5fc,. jA'Z y &&V, just gone and it would be a whole hour filled with huge blocks of lava Iving young women. Thej aro now all hand- tutions breaking down, butconsti- wood, though many of tho oldest and . Valuable Idea 'sir l ,rW.ii. avnaanmriTwwa that nutrtBIMntDI before the next one. She shirered with among lovely flowers and wild rasp- ed over to me, as a matter of course. proves nothing as regards tho average moro substantial houses are built of Geese, like other fowls, by proper BtOCK iiOCMJr TTrfttfG lica ift' i sv consternation as her eye fell on tho berry bushes, has furnished the roman- It is one of the thousand ways I have resnlts. There is, however, reason lo coral stono, a few of lava stone, and 1 management, may be easily fattened; SUMAKQ rQKrfiZ.tl-cPclock aud saw it was already past nine tic German imagination many may yet be seen within the limits but it is well known that unless they find you. "I must tell you, too, suspect that in many of these cases the material taken to tho V!SAtW Honolulu made of grass and occupied are killed, and put into market at their and no possibility of getting home be- -' for the legend. On one shore the live that my cousin is married, and though home is far more responsible than the of KZM-- 3? fore ten. ' period, they do not long hold disinherited, at this moment'l am echool, for whereas, in the latter, regard by tho natives. fattest tower of tho immense' deserted Eleventh- I am va-K.T- - . .vX ITvi . e.u'i 1.&9T . A. 4Vfr-ybuilt llcsh, anI rapidly" become lean. The The trembling bit of humauit hud- -century These native huts or houses and the richest fellow in tho world!" Benedictine abbev is nt .present always paid to tho physical dled iuto a corner to get out of sight church loom up above the trees 'Across 5 As they started away f he put herxrm needs, in the former there is frequently by making a framework of bamboo French method in fatteuinjj these fowh r basoon caught the eye of a young, fair-- - tne iaKe, tialt an hour's rowin distant, into his, gently, trustfully. consists in plucking the feathers from no intelligent regulation whatever. Un- poles, covered with layers of tho CHICAGO. haired man, pacing up and down, like- between a precinition wi"c,f rock. "We have commenced the walk to- - wholesome food, laic hours, dissipation, nana tree, tho trunk of which con bo the belly, in giving them abundance of National Live grnnr tfmfdy Co.. 175 dearborn street, wise waiting for the train. She scarce- overgrown with layers. This, again, is cov- food and drink, and in cooping them ice, which is to girls removed in vines and "the water's gether. Lucettc," he said; "it shall tho candy-eatin- g on the ly noticed him for he was a gentleman edge, is the cmntv Jesnir.no where. only end with one of our lives!" with what cig.irolte s.noking is to bovs. nnnh ered with grass and trimmedthe grass up more closely than is practicedquietit is a fact that most cf the and confined his observation to a cov- in winter, Hans and BabTtf p.'"ireence common fowls; cleanliness and The answering smile which lit up her and all contribute toward tho collapse corners and top by wearing Uorte and Cattle Powder sold In this ert glance. Every time his beat brought alono prevent the lonelvjlake from be- - pale face came from the joy only those which is haslih ascribed to into different patterns. One o.en'ng ude, being above all things indispensaworthless; that Shendan'a Condi-- I b educational Uon Powder Is absolutely pare and rery him near her, aud when she wa3"at ing an utter solitude w admits enougn Want of lodily exercise or door usually averan nat e tf i.ght ble. The best time to begin fattening Purc ne!trts can c'e wn'cn have passed I valuable. Nothlnc on Earth will gh is in tho month of November, or as last in the coupe aud glanced at her The wilchinir snirit nrn,n ,ll.ie had from the shadows into "the light Kate is a conm.o-- caiu.; of and air for tho anion"-girls- , make liens lay Ilka bnenaanUatpoontai to ea p . - .-. . .. - , ,i ln,n-n- t nn.l cure iral soon as cold weather has fairly set in; she only thought: "that is tho gradually crept over t ,,rntii Mnlson, in Current. huts are divided off into (of Condition Powder. De. one and Johnston and in U cir schools probably somo urce if it is longer delayed, the pairing seayoung man who was in the station," soothed the pain of her unnatural po- rooms, with two and soc.cti'.Tthere should be more gjrouastic trainICHSCKEN CHOLERA, mM Tlf.T.r. 1. O. UUUWV.i . . for in her impatience to get home she sition. W hilo it was still summer she j prevents them from behung down 01. oiM r.la d ing. There is ro m still for improve- doors. A matopening, i the ths :r? de, son beginsT and yon "cxuc usc.pnce avj uj The Sandwich Islands are the had no room for. other thoughts than coirmon coming fat. If have not too many to sit on the shore whore the in the methods of education, be- covering the uar resort for people on the Pacific' ment the snail pace at which they were ad-i- - water rippled among the reeds, and fatten, a good way is to put Alats made of broad gns intera present 'tend- door. or braided, and sometimes gs, geeso to vancing. It seemed to her the train think, unld her poor brain ached, of coast who wish toasmake a sea voyage yond to qKjiioi), bat tho of them into a cask, with holes bored woven ency lay !1 the Mama Europe is for tho occasional DRUNKENNESS i nnnRESPQNDENGE YBUSINESS SCHOOL. crept; then came a loug delay in chang- some way out of it all. When it grew for health, just carpets, and a pile of from in it, through which they can thrust 1 BunaKOT YoanMenaad tinea pe0Die 0f the East The tourist travel breadowis 'pon the schools, and to form the and sometimes even more, thoir heads to feed: and being naturaland the Tobacco Habtt.even Uthoronahty nretu'ed'forbn.lneia.aihome. Uooting cars, after which, at every few colder, she hovered around Babette, th wnrcr. map- - SlhSollltelV and keeping. Uatant iornia. rennjnMrs Arithmetic lving Knlakaua's dominions has ovcrlro' t.o accountability of thehomo two to ten, bed on which tho natives ly voracious, their love of food is greatminutes, they. stopped at, a station. It learning to spin, and creeping into the o nraetlca'lr ttucht by mail. Sena tor circulars. permacantly cured for 81 (one within the past year. San training, is calculated to lead to erron- makes the guests sleep. dnllnrt Thl. ! in hnmbur. Pam was simply maddening. er than their desire for liberty, so that invited Arrived in old woman's heart, full of sympathy for doubled (Jail. Hand-Boo- k eous coriclui.ms and is by no means and FREE. phlet rdTinif fnU Information about FrancUco the city she had to take her place in her silent gentle guest AddreSS th. nnM...lfrMtAOll.Chicago. IU- - PATENTS, k. h. .t: a. i. juvcirr. Furniture there is none, the natives they fatten very rapidly. By tnis methfair to o.ir citetors and their methods. ' the long procession and wait another with their odand fed on a mnsh made of buck- THOMAS BROWS, 163 Randolph St. Att'ys, WaihiEeton, D.C. Max had made tl.em a flyin- visit The Glasgow Herald thinks that if ior.rs have probably quite as always sitting on tho ground eternity before she co lid get through "to satisfy himself that everything was Americans would substitute oatmeal Dietcd do (heir wheat, barley, or Indian meal, with crossed beneath them. A.SK-- F PeSolanhtp In the len-PATH for a Llfr much to ui the establishment of the wicket At last sl'o was in the going on right," he said, TTR1TIXO T ADTTrlTHEM one" cold for pies and hot cakes they would bo kitchen is outside and is composed of a milk and boiled potatoes, they can be iS54? iiSOTSSKSia WHX5 ay yo empty streets flying toward her distant November aftertioon.was and for the calmer, less lively, less speculative, abuor'iml edkicVw'.onalof health as any heap of stones and ordinarily .n iron made ready for market in from threo to lm uir Uk a4irUataat 1m I WkMl back four weeks. Paririe Farmer, Wi'ifcoaae. .Off course, when she .reached- second time, surprising - Sossiblo Boston Transcript. r. Lucette at tho less bombastic, and happier. locked. She shook it again aaA again and called "Madame?' in an agon'. Could it really be that she would not GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. let her in? Then whore would she go? The thought almost deprived her of KENTUCKY. her senses. fflOKMAN. Some one, too, was coming down the street, she shook from fear and held to tho gate, to keep from fallI PATIENT Willi TIIELWIXQ. ing. The footsteps were at hand now, and a man's voice said in. foreign Ewcct friend, when thou and I aro gone lierond earth's weary labor, French: "When Email shall be our need of frraco "They will not lot volt in. mademKrora comrade or from neighbor, the toil, nil oiselle. Then what will von do?" Tacddonethe strife, the sighing--theeare. with nil And Tho sympathetic tone reassured hor What tender truth fchall wo have gained enough to look at thaspeakcr. It was .Aits, oy snuj'iy ujius the young-maof the coupe. iThe l!p tooTehary of.their praise "I don't know,'' .shfe'ansvvered. 1 wiii.tou our iuiTiis uiw. 'Wave you nos'friendsnp placo to pAnd cres too swift our faults to sco , n Mil-pat- The fficlanan Courier. it tho lights nerc out and the gate spinning-wheeHecaracin laughing,! saying his responsibilities as guardian woro making an old man of him. "In fact, I don't know what I usod to think about. Lucettc, before I had you to think of; it seems so natural now to bo taking " care of you that "But it is not natural," interrupted Lucette, "anil 1 am- - always trying to idau a way to relieve you of the charge. l. MISCELLANEOUS. nif' no be Scrallykuown. that the disability law against Catholica still exists in Nnw Hampshire. No Catholic can hold oflico in that State Chi- Bnieid. No ono can fal to ba struck 1 TARSI AND sui-jido- FIRESIDE. s. -- 1 re ps self-s'ayer- s th-'i- r To-day- 's hair-splittin- lo-,t- . le-s- on ut pur-pos- G mi-or- ms It S?Economy Is "Wealth. No woqiaoi the "Acobct" Bnslntss. really practices economy unless she uses. The base of thn Annpnhines is an nle- Dyes. Many pounds can ba' ailt COIintrf fnr Ask nnto anil all theDiamond year.to usp. your, drajpst. savod every Uie old Wells, Klcharov books of travel are filled with Only 10c. Simple son & Co., Burlington, Vt cone3 of captures, ransoms, escapes and the like. Bnt the "O.wnras shall I find content!" sighs, railway ruined the business, and most you triad a magazino poetess, llsve Derr&- - the f the gentlemen City engaged in that lucra-Sj- e dictionary, dear?--0 branch of commerce havo gone to Amenca. A pioti3 old dame who got Glenn's Snlplinr Soap on the train dis ft reliable means of eradicating local at Porrcta told mo that she Is and Whiske jjsed to receive regular remittances from eases of the akin. Hill's Hair jier son in Nevada, until he was executed Dye, 00c 7 a lawless mob who would not liston TnE only bar that trnmp are unfamiliar w his explanations. She said he was in with crowbar. Bozten Ttmes. the 'agency11 business of some kind, judging from the appearance of the Ir afflicted trfth Soro Eyes, use Dr. Isaao neighborhood, the looks of the old wo- - Thompson's Eye Water. DrusKista 60II it. 25c i?an and the particulars of the story, it ELY'S asnot dillicnit to guess what kind of "Jagency" her son had been employed BALM Nl fa. Tho peasants of this district are Causes no Tain. and adventurous; tho Valley of the Umo has always been tho highway of Relieves at Once. fravel between the plains of Lombardv fad those offTuscany; the Appenbino Thorough Treatare close at hand to furnish places feFEVERfl ment lull Cure 0 refugo for lawless characters, and it I; hereabouts that most of tho highway Xot a Liquid or. rjbberies which followed the era of the wurist travel into Italy and preceded Snuff. Apply into tint of tho railway, occurred. San "v U3JLS nostrils. UItc It i2i Chronicle. HOr-EEVE- Ra Trial. At a recent meeting of one of the l ar " ebottla It inaW. Eiglish mechanical institutions, there cea-- . UA I r.onitl 3, ., .ts, Owfgo, J. Y-Ho Was la hair-Srpad-th Catarrh rc-go- ns M 60eecfl-rir3"r"',TK- Dr-ir- or one-ha- lf o. heart-brexkin- g two-third- s brain-tearin- 1 tho-icv-col- d y "" iiw V.-- -- robfenp-inhvTH- ! 3 win two-shilli- ng !. I -- so-call- or-row- s, ll three-and-twon- hour-and-a-ha- U de--cli- e: 1 - M go-b- y. - tmprot-meniso- A-re- . , " Sawing ?ade Easy. ! weak-mindedne- o it jk k pro-ceodiu- gs i -jir- inff-ltl"rlald. -- self-contr- ol I s, ear-wis- tight-fittin- g -- . I s. s, unucr-tcacne- r. i. corre-spwiden- t. i - ovor-prossur- c. ne-- . irc-- ti ft"r s. m - ono-side- d LylnsrAcenta'-an'tSELLardt- '- letter-pres- s. con-fcn- A pro-6rc- ss -- v ' Molt-torc- . win-nini- the-Kif- e to-da- y " DISEASES APERS Mal-mais'o- n, nice-lookin- g BRiGG'S-fRAHSFErT"P- work-befor- e r ss thc-crow- V m bo-w- ail Tel-YOU- -- Ap-nt- be-o- w m n, n st t high-backo- -- "Tl jm TIKSi z z-&- bewil-.dere- d, over-pressur- e. &&5i 1' y w'v-' - :&?$& ---- L Jrf-- fcV W' fV t- ?z;.tov ti??: 'v: P- -. 5-- vo SSP - vv-M- . ? a-- c MSfflg v'cVJ o-- 3-i- &:r ., .i H2 Sivaai : n conn-tr- y ' over-pressur- e. . a th vis-a-vi- s, ' - -- V r pop-use- , I - o 9- rSwJfrffi? . t- oon-fit'on- s oyor-pre3sur- -- - pot--Co- S40 ScKSri3AJ,c 1)2 .' Vir T mx&p f LOCAL NEWS. IOWA Stands firm to the Republicans and gives Elaine 50,000. KANSAS. j Fmtou County for Congress. Hickman, TOE. 289 209 58 57 25 23 08 G69. TURXEH. HOCSTOS. godbepra TIM DAY ED xuuon, Kansas goes for Blame by 40,000. Jordan, KENTUCKY. $ ? Kentucky always true to tho, De- - Stufra, mocracy gives Cleveland' 30,000 Madrid Bend, majority. 62 97 20 6S 100 10 04 351. 181 69 3 0 0 9 Sid!! Here & I IHKr" K - m in in iaf mm K.; af 1 - 0 ml rv 1SM8. MAINE, Blaine's homo State gives bim uuu iHHjuriky. 3 53,-2-1- 20,- -' r U f STovrs' ki.kctiox. AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. Pi hate dispatches received here New GooUof all grades in mv line Call and Examine l'tticia Low. MICHIGAN. Will not b show beyond doubt the election h Michigan gave Garfield 53,710, and of Capt. Stone over Turn er N. U. also have the finest line of UNDERTAKERS GOOD3 ever; brought to now is in doubt. 6 AVI Tlinvf- - frrvm f.lio rM cfnrwl ClWtnnlPlM ivililolv aarrn.l rn ulinrt itnttv Stones' election is claimed by Naw York, New Jersoy, Con-- , U "A USCklllan. NO COMPETITION. AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS THEIR I pEAR MINNESOTA. from 2,500 to 3,000 maioriiy, anil about November 10th or 11th, to necticut, Indiana, and a Minnesota gives Blaine a majority his election conceded by all. This' "niUIITNESS LAST WHEN RIVALS FADE AWAY. new p.S0."'1 forget the place, on the opposite corner from Plaut BroV. & Co., under the New Solid South, is a great victory for Stone, alike) of about 10,000. brick on corner HALL Give wea call before huviwr elsewhere. old Planter's House lot, surprising to his mends and to KiyYou can depend upon find mil' any thing in my Iioum that is kept in aflrstcln MARYLAND . those Democrats who the w M FURNITURE STORE Factory, where we will Still true to the Democracy gives him. In the beginning of opposed the conCleveland 12,000 majoritj. CLEVELAND STATES, be pleased to h o test, few if any Democrats in this all customers iavor MISSISSIPPI. section, had any confidence in his H "ALABAMA,. ....... 10 us with a call. 7 Gives Cleveland a majority of ability to beat Turner, and his canARKANSAS, ft didacy was given the cold should0 about 40,000. CONNECTICUT, er even by most Democrats who . MISSOURI. 3 DELAWARE, were decidedly against Turner, 4 Missouri rolls np a Democratic FLORIDA, 45 and therefore his triumph appears GEORGTA, 12 majoritj- - of 35,000. the greater victory. Stone, himINDIANA 15 NEBRASKA . self, deserves tho spurs, for ho 13 KENTUCKY,. . . . , JNebraska gives Blaine a majority made the fight unaided by politi.L0mSIANA....t,jjg?feii,iii S ' and in . 'MARYLAND,. . Vf cians face public speakers, and of 8 of 25,000. iforlv tho of tho prediction . NEW HAMPSHIRE! 9 MISSISSIPPI, ifof friends that he was doomed to de16 Now Hampshire onlv gives Blaine on'' MISSOURI, feat. It was thought that Col. 9 4,000 over Cleveland. NEW JERSEY Turner had such a hold upon the '.if. JNEW YORK, 30 NEW YORK, affections of his followers that it 11 Tho great NORTH CAROLINA, empire State, tho vote was next to impossible for it to 9 SO UTII CAROLINA, that decided the Presidential be broken in this campaign, and Who Made the Low 12 TENNESSEE,. gives Cleveland a majority. his splendid ability was conceded. 13 TEXAS, Turner judged by party principles NEW JERSEY - xox 12 VIRGINIA, his- and measures is a good and true G True to her past Democratic "WEST VIRGINIA, COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS tory gavo Cleveland 5000 majority. Democrat, aud tho only reflection upon his Democracy rested upon Ihe best makes of 219 NEVADA Total, U1CKMA5, Ky , Nov. 4. 1884. his opposition to party organizaNevada, according to latest re- tion ; and upon tho question of Council met. Present Mayor McCutch ports, goes Republican by a party organization good Demo- en, Councilmen Beck man, Shaw, and Witting. BLAINE STATES. Bcratch only abont 500. crats differed tho followers of The minutes of tbc last meeting were to our friends and public have ut received all kinds WB announcecan idiowofall etylos ofofheFurniture, generally, that wetrade of parties wishimmense stock S NORTH CAROLINA. and solicit the CALIFORNIA, Turner arguing in favor of "or- - read, approved and signed. Furniture in plain and fancy. Abo, a fine lhie ing to buy. We COLORADO, The following accounts wsro presented, 3 North Carolina approximates her gnmzutioif ' through n primarv clec ILLINOIS, 22 Democratic majority of 1850, and lion and against conventions. This, properly approved and on motion were al- Gun Implements, &c, Tistols and Pistol Cartridges, Brass and Paper position gavo Turner Rtrength, lowed and ordered paid. IOWA 13 gives Cleveland S000. Shells, Diamond Grain Powder, Chilled Shot, Wads, and a general line ACCOCNTS ALLOWED: and when tho District Committee OREGON. 3T Also, Hunting Coats, and Hunters Gum Boots. r yvp $9.00 of Ammunition. Street work, this year ordered a primary elecT. 1. Wallace, special police,- 4.50 Oregon goes Republican by only tion aud Turner refused it, it provMASSACHUSETTS These Goods will be sold at Bottom Prices. On motion ordered that the City Clerk We propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of the times. Too cn rert aKnrod 13 1000. ed fatal to him. A maioritv of his take proceedings to stop the retailing of any MICHIGAN, joti need nover leave our houe to look for thtaper goods. We propoee to eell as k as 7 onio. old friends adhered to him, but kinds of meats except by the butcher. MINNESOTA, any retail Furniture store in the ''Purchase. NEBRASKA, 5 Ohie swells her October vote to numbers quit him probably ought On motion council adjourned. Very reupectfallf, NEVADA, 3 20,000 for Blaine. to turn the majority to Stones' R. E. MILLET, C. C. Attest, T. F. WILBURN & CO. NEW UAMPSHIRE, 1 favor. It was our opinion that PENNSYLVANIA. omo the Committee made a great blunJfS.oro rooms in new Old Fellows building. Mr. Frank Harnett grows Pennsylvania adheres to protecOREGON, 3 tion and Blaiue by der in ordering the primary elec- sweet potatoes that weigh 7 ISTAU kinds ofRcpninngdono on short nolle, and fn a wockmanehrp style Aleo 37,000. we are prepared to give special inducements as PENNSYLVANIA, ..." 30 tion not on tho regular election pounds aud half bushel to tho hill. RHODE ISLAND. ItHODE ISLAND, 4 day, but it Is clear now that it was Who can beat this f V ERMONT, 4 Little Rhode Island gives Blaine Turner who made the great blunNote Flam's Removal. "WISCONSIN, 11 7,000. der by refusing to submit to it. With the strong following and TENNESSEE. wealthy, get If 1S1. great prestige which Turner had, upon you would bewill soon find Haye Total a mule, you Tennessee, falters somewhat, but and tho discouraging circumstanin stock nnd are doily receding a complete line of Hardware and Cutlery, MICHIGAN, iu doubt. you aro off. Xew Orleans gives Cleveland, 20,000 majoritj-- . ces that attended the early stages Item. better TEXAS. of Stones' candidacy, there is God be praised the day is ours, Texas gives Messrs. Person & Berkhardt Cleveland 100,000, and scarcely a doubt but that Turner and victory once more perches on could have given him as many would have won before a primary have established a new merchant onr dotnocratic banner. The par- more if necessary. election. Of courso thero were tailoring shop, in Hickman, on ; m ty of the people is triumphant AND A GESERAL LIXE OF other inllnences, that helped Clinton street, at Cormau & Go's, VERMONT. Cleveland and Hendricks are electo sub- old stand. Louis Person is an old Stone, ted. It is a great victory; it is Vermont gives Blaiue 30;000, ma mit to but Turner's refusal tho primary election was Hickman boy, well' and favorably HouscJcecphiff Goods, and .Builders1 Material, a glorious victory. It is a victory jority. known, and has associated with the great cause. Our Stock ia complete fn all Hnca, ami we trill eoll very low. ouy over the organized monopolies of VIRGINIA; Full returns from this congres- him Mr. Berkhardt, who is said to You are cordially invited to call and examine their slock of Coal and Wood Heating Goods bought of us. the conntry, in favor of right, be a splendid workman. Success Stoves, Urates, Ac, all of which wc will sell as low as is conaittenl with a legitimate Old Virginia, downs and exclusive privileges to gives Clovcland 3,000Mahone, and sional district are not all in, but to the new firm. buiineaa. .majority. Stones' election is certain, with a none. It establishes the fact that DRY GOODS, SHOES, majority of from 2,500 to 3,000 WISCONSIN Killed. Last night nbuut s this Government belongs to the A full line of the celebrated Charter Oak Cook Stoves, at BOOTS, people, and notalone to the office- Wisconsin, a state the Domocrats over Turner, and more than 4,000 o'clock, while a crowd was huzza J.'W. CORMAA' & GO'S. holders who have held place and had some hopes of carrying, gives over Ilonston: County. ing around a Cleveland bonfire, HATS, CAPS, CARPETS McCracken Stone, power for so many years. It will Blaiue 13,000 majority. Tujuor, 7S3; Houston, 1,110. on clinton silent, a qurrcl ensued A Sue stock of Breach'loading Shotguns VIRGINIA. prove a blessing to the country, WEST and Pistols, ol AND CLOTHS. Stone's pi rali J. W. CORMAN & COU to tho rich, the poor, the white, West Virginia, for Cleveland by over Tuner, n009. tv, 17G; majority in which Mr. Fred Knoeirwas thot Total vote, 3,291. and killed outright, and his son, the black, the native and tho for- the slender majority of 2,000. Livingston Stone, 030; Turner, Mr. Henry Knoerr. was shot and eign born citizens, all alike, for it Keen Kutter SOUTH CAROLINA. cs, Hatchets, Nails, and Barb Wire, at 333; Houston, 335. Stone's plu- dangerously wounded. AND SHADES, damn-ewill forever remove tho It is imJ. W. CORMAN & CO'S. - rality, 295; majority over Turner, South Carolina, goes for Cloveprejudices which has. in the minds possible to get any certain facts, in such confusion f of the people of the Uni- laud by the reduced majority of 297. Total vote 1,998. Graves Stone, 1.740: Turner. everything was (eu to call and examin c the finest line of Scissors ever displayed and excitement. It is said that The Indies arc ted States condemned tho other 25,000. GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH 1,275; Houston, 912. Ston'e plu- Mr. Wm. Lnwson J. tV. CORMAN & CO'S air warranted, at LOUISIANA.' half, the democrats, as the eneundertook to in Hickman. Ee 405; mies of the Government, the ene- Lonisiana after much tribulation rality, Total majority over Houston, arrest Mr. Fred Knoerr, that &a 798. vote, 3,957. mies of the old flag, and the ene- aud uncertainties givos Cleveland Knoerr resisted, and that Mr. Sam Marshall Stone 4S9; Turner, Landrmn' Jr., came to Lawpon's mies of the Union. It will prove about 12.000. "We respectfully invite all to call and oxamino oot STOCK before 79G; Houston, 300. Turner's maassistance, and Henry Knoerr to to these people and to the world, & purchasing elsewhere jority over both, 7; oyer Stone, the assitance of his father. Law- "that the democrats of this conn-trEnthusiasm at Hickman, yes 30 ; over Houston, 490. MANUFACTURERS OF son was knocked down then are not only loyal to the Union, terday over Ballard Stone. 704; Turner, 1,- - shooting commencod, with tho the the news of Cleverebut faithful to its best interests, Turner's pluaud to just and equal political land's election was unbounded. 08S; Houston, 513. over Houston, sult as above. The whole occuryoung boys, worence appears to have been in exriehts to any and all classes of Old men, children men, wild with rality, 104; majority 575. men and rnu and confusion. It was a citizen, and that the affairs of this Lyon Turner, 152; citement of joy. Some hallowed, Government will be honestly and shoutslaughed, some cried for verv Houston. Stone, 531; majority over sad, sad occurrence. Roport on Stone's economically administered. Nev some tho street last night said that Mr. Sam will a Presidential elec- joy, and the wildest good will and Turner, 379. er again Calloway Stone, 7SS; Turner, ing Laudaum, Jr., did the shootgood cheer prevailed. Hie facthat is shot old man Knoerr, tion be made on sectional issues Turner's pluchurch there will be no more North and tory whistles blow, tho kind of S23; Houston, 332. over Houston, but it may be a mistake, overr rality, 35; majority and every uling was in such confusion. ProbSouth in our political fights, but bells were rung, other tho brass band, 401. bells ably more light may bo the great political parties no long- the drums, the fifes, tho Caldwell er able to excite prejudice and win guns were fired, and every other over Turner.Stono 735 majority thrown on tho unfortunate affair.' Other figures not P. S. A jury of inquest last DBALBa 1337 rotes thereby, will divide on conceivable device to make the given. night failed to elicit any ovidenco questions of Statesmanship and reports indi- as to who did tho shooting Crittenden political economy. God be prais- welkin ring with peans of great cate a majority Tho 500 but of for Stone witnesses this morning depose ed; the day is onrs. It has been joy, were brought into requisition, over Turner. a long time coming; but it has Processions formed by common Fulton Stone over Turner, 31S. that young Landrutn did tho shooting. come at last. The Courier has enthusiasm and escorted leading nickmau Stono over Turner the streets fonght for it, talked for it, prayed Republicans through march. in crape to Rubo over 200. ior ii, ior zi years, aim praise e Fowlks, one the dead two colored Trigg Paducah reports give bo After election business will of tho better. This is unquestionably God the victory has come at last. men 43D who voted the Democratic Turner only 82 majority in Trigg true. u.no attention will not bo PATENT ALABAMA. ticket, was mounted on a line county. distracted by haraugues and deAlabama with 10 electoral votes, horse and with a bevy of leading These figures give Stone 2,500 bates. But however the election ftpportj gives Cleveland a majority of Democrats as attendants was plac- or 3,000 over Turner, and about may go, business will have to ISTEW be MEDICINiES! 34,500. ed at the head of tho Democratic 4,000 over Houston. Houston attended to just the same. ElecThe old, popular and always reliabld Hardware honse of column with a Cleveland, bauner polls about 6,000. ARKANSAS. tion won't do everything. Effort SEWING MACHINES; CPAJCISTT S will have to bo put forth as vigorArkansas, 7 votes, "goes for waving over us and at the rear were Very Romnrknblo ItecoYcry. jA.2STI Cleveland by an increased major two mounted Republicans with Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester ously for business, but it is hoped ? ity over 1880, probably about 30,- - their paraphernalia all draped in Mich-- writes : "My wife has been almost that tho results will be a little VVAA black, following dolefully. Prom helpless for five years, bo helpless that she .more satisfactory. . ,.., 12 o'clock until mipnight, the re couia not turn over m bed alone. She used tTik rl I I lX CALIFORNIA. cent in can joicing, with guns and bonfires, two Bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so 60Yen cent Eave 25 perby buyingprice. and Has a splendid stock of the very best makea of all kinds of HardwaTOC; FURNIper in quality California, probably the most prevailed. May it continuo for a much improved, that she is able now to do which are offered at TURE at own work." her evenly balanced State in the century. fro, &oT &o. &c, &c &C, E.T. GARDNERS. Electric Bitters will do all that is claim I Union, which gave Hancock only ed for them. Hundreds of testimonials 94 majority, now gives Blaine Vandcrbuilt is popularly reportheir great curative powers. Only 2,000. There was no betting of con- attestcents a bottle at Fortune's Drug Store ted as having lost $00,000,000 in King night bell afar 10 ccfoc KS?T r escr ip tiona filled at any hour, day fifty sequence. A numbertof gentlethe shrinkage of his stocks since COLORADO. men will wear now hats, boots, &c, last January. This leaves him Colorado gives Blaine 2,500 ma- on tho result. Episcopal Mite meeting will with only a miserablo remnant of and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to j jority. bo at Mrs. Hubbards noxt Tues- $120,000,000 or so, with which to be exactly as represented. day night. CONNECTICUT. eke out a precarious existence Aa Editor's Tribute CALDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS JJND BOYS, Connecticut which gave Garduring his declining years. We The oxcitement at Theron P. Keator, field 2,656 majority; now givet Ind., "Gazette," writesEditor oTFt. Wayne, relieved Tuesday by tho polls was do not detect any symptoms of the presence : "For the past five THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN Cleveland 1,500. vears have always used Dr, King's New of a couple seeking the assistance deep and wide spread popular Discovery, for coughs of most severe char- of Judge Murrell to unite DELAWARE. them in sympathy with this old specula 1. 1884l MOISTDA-Y- , acter, as of milder tvpc tho holy bonds of Little IelaTvare gives her ac It never well as for those speedy matrimony. It tor. fails to effect a cure. "My was Mr. Clark Adams customed Democratic majority of inenus to wnom J. have Knmmpndpd it and Mrs. AND CONTINUE NINE MONTHS, Estray. The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. enliaif rtt ,w cttuio aiga terms, uavmg Mary Knight. nMA 1? Tho ceremony 3,000. ....n. u. Takon up on the 4ih, day of November, The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give speThe Courpe o 8tudy includes, aa heretofore, the beat of primary instruction, the usual been cured by it of every coach I have had was performed in tho County FLORIDA. 1884, as a stray, by G. W. Marshall, on cial inducements. studies in Engliah, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elocution and uyc ,)can, i consider it tue only reliable OlerkB office. May they live Correspondence solicited. long his farm about five miles northeast of Florida, one of the doubtful and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc" Call Especial attention is devoted to the preparation of bojrs for buine, for college, and Hickman, in Fulton County, one dark B. BRE YARD. at Fortune's Drugstore and get Free Trial and prosper. Southern States, gives Cleveland mouse colored Mare Mule, about thret for professional studies. Bottle. Large Sire 51.00. Notice. . 4,000 majority. Correspondence and consultation of parent, before the opening of school U repo. All persons retailing meats of any kind, years old, some gear signs on neck, a GEORGIA. fully solicited. Address, (except baoon, by merchants,) aro required small white spot on the back. Valued by B. O. CALDWELL. P.O. Grear atone hundred and ten doThe empire State of tho South A shooting affair decurred in to by law to pay butchers license. Hickmati . ET. llars. Given under my hand Nov. 14th, Aug. 8, 884. R. E. MILLET, C. C. gives Cleveland 40,000 majority. Hickman, Wednesday, in which 18S4. A copy Attest, Mr. Charles Rear, the Express ILLINOIS. R.S. MURRELL, In shootingat tho fair grounds agont, shot and wounded, Mr. Jonas, F. 0. Illinois which gavo Garflold Otto Seemann, clerk in the gro- at Xashville lately, during an ennow only gives Blaiuo anil Bncklcn's Arnica Snlve. cery house of J. V7 .Rogers. The tertainment for tho benefit of the Logan 00,000. DEALER I shot took effect in Wfloshy part Porter Rifles, Andy Meaders, of Tub Best Salve in the world for Cats, INDIANA. that city, beat the record of Dr. Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever of tho arm, and is a verv painful Hands, Indiana.thehomeof Hendricks, though not dangerons;wbund. We Carver and Bogardus, breaking Sores, Tetter, Chapped Eruptions, Chilblains, DRUGS FAINTS AND DM- and posi . where clay pigeons at eigh- Corns, and all Skin the hardest fight of the understand Rear firedtwo shots. ninety-fou- r BEEN RECENTLY ENLARGED, REFITTED, REFURNISHED tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It teen yards rise. The THIS HOUSE HASrenorated. ConTenent to campaign was made, goes for TheaffairwiU be invektirmtod rocord thoroughly rirer aad railroad, nnd attenttra be. heretofore attained best eightv- - is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, CJ o watch kept and, altogether one of the beat appointed hotels ia this section. was 3W. Cleveland by 5,000. or money refunded. i7a Ti1A r.. it Price 25 cents per tuiKuuuga .jxurreil cight. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. hM 11 lm I MASSACHUSETTS. Massachusetts gave Garfield 5 majority. This time slio cives Blaine only 22,000. FOB I'UKS ID EXT. Fulton county cireB Cleveland. 1.019: i Blaine, 266 The vote here gWen ia not official, but ja approximately correct. O 01 H Jim received, a fine selection ol P- - .V "TmVW' B AB Y BUGGIES ALSO THE REMOVAL ! w, 1 EP9 0 1 near a R.aspecfrfzdly the Furniture attend Plnnf the that ..-- ." 0 tOOI 101 III Hi fMi, PLAUT BROS. & CO. ?!; -- - ir -v - con-tea- t, Prices? ilEOH LOADING sHOT Furniture ! 1- -i i -- H. BUCHANAN". -g- 1-- 2 Contractors and Builders of Houses. .j a-CTa mmmg mi Seating St?g S ARCS-- A1KB -- CLOTHING, .- 1,-39- 2; d one-hal- WINDOW CURTAINS WINDOW GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, OIL BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, y HERTWECK, BALTZEE CO. J. AMBER' SONS to-da- y tom-tom- s, J. W. COWGILL Hickman, Kentucky. JBXlSfil rr.JL DBTJOS, Trasses HOME A-rcnt- -j , & 11 JbJriIC-fcL- i , & .1. J- mum mil ofihtg H -- SEPTEMBER 1. i - Book-Keepin- g. THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLOOMBE, 1 40-00- 0 J ill lie HICKMAN, . I fc V KENTUCKY. . jc R PRESCRIPTIONS CARbFjj. COMPOIT2TBEDI II. E.TUKXER, FreprieioV. t t - V " V 'xnfam'jfftaKM. tl r r i V II PW "OF .. T3T?lP S TT a TT . imm IBr nsntt - Mas- vt tat - .sw rX'.P . J! .. - tC .- -r ji -- . r Big bargains in Gents Clothing Jfc Big bargains in Flannels. Big bargains in ladies trimmcSlHats. Bio-r, hrn'o-nin- o s in "Rrrl flnrnfm-f- wVVAWj c v-- it Big bargains in Eig bargains in Big bargains in Eig bargains in Boots and Shoes. Blankets. Carpets. Canton Flannels. Big bargains in Linen Tablecloths. Big bargains in Cloaks & Russian Circu firs. Big bargains in Dress Goods. Big bargains in Trunks and Yalises. Big bargains in Overcoats. Big bargains in mens and boys Hats. Big bargains in ladies Skirts. B. BTJCHAITAIT. lis maaus to-da- y cotoieb. TKK AnOCMKSTS VSr.l. MM of give the insult), was spit out of staiitoftheiitiliafaouofcombns. C0ll w bogus watch, but tho womb of meanness, was raised V V.V ' uniorimiaieiy loriuni, no only Usui " to a higher life than ho was bora stead of in the shape ol heat as!01iei aml he ha(1 to tako more e!ire to, for ho was raised to tho society when coal is burueC. I he .me iu of it lh:m n $100 Geneva. Tliat the battery is as crmplctclv burn watch was sold on an average of of blackguards. Somo fortune kind to him, cruel to us has toss cd up iu the batte'y ns is the coal four times a day for nearly a year." mo condition oi tno corn crop is ed him to tho Secretaryship of in the furnace; in ono case elec"How was that !" work-ingmagood, not over three-fourth- s of an Stato. Contempt has tho prop- tricity is obtained, iu tho other "Well, one of tho cappers would average crop will bo harvested. erty of descending, but she stops heat. Mr. Edisoi confessed that come into the auction shop witii Crop injured by drouth. far short of him. She would dio he could not yet see the end of tho watch. The auction shop Wheat. Tho crop will exceed before she would reach him he t ie search he is in gaged in. was a placo on Blake street, with r that of last year by about one dwells below her fall. I would "Somo day sotie ono will get at two or three boxos of cotton hundred million bushels. Yield ha'o Mm if I did not despise him. it," said he, "and do the world the socks, a half gross of spoiled neckper acre about 13 2 bushels. j yet It is ot what he is, but where he greatest materirl service now ren- ties and a dozen cotton handkerWo get chiefs. Ilealy's ostensible busiP. T. Barnum. is, that puts inv thoughts m ac dered unto mai. This shows tho kind of argu- the average. Crop estimated at tion. That alphabet that writes out of coal aliout ono huudreili ness was to l tliOHO. hut lis sonii tho name of Thersistes. of black- part of the real power mc oiig'it as tho capper would show up, he ment used in the Northern States 570,000,000 bushels. Eru. About 12 bushels per guard, of sqnalidity, refuses Jier to got. Tho gieat secret oi do-- was 0M dock." to induce the people to vote aero. Quality superior. letters to him. That mind which iug away with the interiiicdia-- y "Whore did you get that watch?" against tho Democratic ticket, Barley. A yield of nearly 23 thinks on what it cannot express furnaces, boilers, steam engines, ho v ould say. and dynamos wll bo found, proba-- . $ the Northern people were caused bushels per acre, product 50,000,-00- 0 can scarcely think on him an Then the' fellow would work average quality. bushels; for meanness would be an bly within ten jears. I ha e been .th0 iast 0f an to believe that putting tho Demofortune' The working away at it for somo racke. party in power was restor- of Cottox.indicateOctober returns eclipse for Clay." cratic cotton a reduction of months and hate got to the point "it was given mo by mv father ing the old rebel leaders to con- nearly eight points m the average 3InrryiiiKT n IrmiUnril. whore an apparently liisurmounta- - jast before I left the States," he'd trol, that tho business interests of of condition, from 82.5 to 74.7, as The Supremo Court of Iowa re- ble obstacle confronts me. B!IV . .umi jt t.ost $io-;tho result of continued drouth. Working at the problem now tj8 jt ,,0(l? Do vou warrant tho country would bo thereby parcently rendered a decision which Potatoes. A medium crop. embodies a world of truth and seems to mo very much like driv-- l i ; alyzed, and that tho Northern, warning that should interest every iug a ship straight for the faco of, -- That's what! It's good stuff." people would be made to pay penTwo lilts. young woman in tho land. A wo- a precipice, and when you comej Then tho watch would iro un. soldiers, sions to all the Senator Williams, referring to man had made application for a to grief picking yonrsclt up and lami aftcr beill bUi on for a wh:,e &c. There would be knocked down to some Bli&no iu oue of his Indiana speech divorce on the ground that her trying it again husband was a confirmed drunk- is an opening in tho harrier somo-- i duffer for about $."50. The fellow es, said : some lucky man will Cnpltal and Politics. "I will toll you a little story ard, when the evidenco showed where, andhave got far enough to ' would pull out his buckskin bag, find it. I inweigh out the dust and then start. about him. When I first went to that she had knowledge of his Baltimore San. know that the thing is possible. 1 ' the Senate he was a member of temperate habits before sho had can got quite a currant now di- Just on the outside he'd meet capCuriously enough, it is assumed pemarried him. In by somo politicians that tho capi- that body. I spoke on a money tition, the Judge refusing the vol- rectly from the combustion of) per number two.you got "What said: "You there?" tal that has gone South in tho last question soon after I was sworn untarily chose a drunkard for a fuel. JablochkofT tried his hand he'd ask. have five years for investment in pay- in, and Blaine announced that he at the same thing some years ago, ing enterprises is political capital, would speak the next day. This husband, aud you should discharge and so did some Germans: but the! The sucker would show his snap. "1 don't think the duties of a drunkard's wife. and that, too, of an exclusively caused a sensation, for he has tal- His failure to ktep a pledge of results were laboratory curjpsi-- ' per number two that's good," cap would say, "but The ent, and so has tho devil. Well, complexion. Republican reformation before marriage does tics only, I give myself five years let's tako it to a jewelry store and South, in this view, has been made he came into tho House, sending not justify you in deserting him. to work at it, and bliall think my- seo." And together they would to bloom like a rose under the fer- a great lot of books before him. self lucky if 1 succeed in that go and find out the watch wasn't married tilizing stimulus of Northern gold, He was preparing for a four hours' Having knowingly make your-a tunc. you must worth liity cents. drunkard, and in gratitude for being made speech and, the chamber was self content with the sacred rela "The unscientific world has no Then capper number two would undertak- crowded. lie got up to speak, tho scene of profitable hnro." . . tionship." Hard on tho wives of idea of what such , a discovery Innm. "Sn ..w.. ho'il. kiv , "tine W...J ings it ought to abandon its polit- and in his speech ho referred to drunkards. But let us hope it noma mean. it touIU put an js a swindle, but you can ..! back, play ical convictions and vote solidly me. Ho walked up to me like a j will be a warning to those who arc ond to boilers and steam engines,- Take it to the auction shop and Plumed Knight, aud he said : .Aiinhlican. This is over-stram- would make power about one- seil it over again. There wero a ' 1HW I " hntnr froinLS0"??!0 as to believe they it ingVenia.U ., mil ZT,' ffi" tenth tho cost thatJfc.iniMw it iot - 0f Tcllaws bidding on it when . z. ' , , "" iiuoi.mmo ivn iuiuo would enable a steaiTTghip to cross alutt&5T?7 oo suggesieiu JLiiemni - iiuv-j:?;? rv iSoblo and it 1..4H, WtV dred millions of money that have t,U IUIU Tli. .Ml flint though his tieiv "loiris appeals. who reiuses the Atlantic at a nominal cost; it y0U left. You can get vour money d back, and maybo more." So back the girl fac- State stayed out, he went in." gone into Southern railroads, would enable every poor man to they'd go and run throuirh the the hand of a drunkard. arose and said: Tho differtories, furnaces and farms, are run ms own cariinse: it would samo business. The sucker wouh very useful factor in ence between yon and me, sir, is certainly a revolutionize tho industrial world. sav ti,e walcIl was ivon ,,, b, Tnrlff for Wool Only. the development of that section, that my State stayed out and I Every once in a while some lit- Tho electric motor is tho ideal his father, and that it cost 150 in while your State stayed but not the only one. Since lfcG5 went in, motor for all kinds of work. What gold, and was broke am , tle incident the men of the South have been. in aud yon stayed out. Loud ap- sustain Gen. occurs that goes to we want is some moans ot produc- - wanted to that ho un nut it. Hancock's oft quo- ing I wont in them- plause and laughter. hard at work, and have the current cheaply. Xow it "Do ted selves created an amount of capi- in good earnest, too, and did not The remark on tho tariff question. costs ten times as much as it 'ask. v ou warrant it" Healy would wool growers of Western tal which, added to what they al- hire:ja substitute to do my fight Texas ., RboM . . . , have a decided leaning to- ought to. When wo discover the "Yos lm'd mv.. Rn nn WW v ready had, vastly exceeds in in's tn WW LIIU I1I1VM WIMIIII IIII1 wards Republicanism, as free trade short cut from tho combustion of, LLV. fl.n. IJ1 41. I. ...n 1.1 I.:.l II imamount tho capital recently A l'licnomenoii. m wool means tho destruction of coal directly to electricity we can dollar, and another a dollar and a ported from abroad. If capital is From CJTllIe(Ky.) Enterprise.) heat and light houses, do all the quarter, and they'd run it up to their industry. tinged with political color, someAt a recent Democratic meeting cooKing, move an kiikis ot ma-- ; about two dollars. Then she'd be Mr. Geo. Hopgood, living near thing is due to the tint of this larenmery, vehickles, and boats do down. ger amount. But, in point of fact, Salem church, was in town last in San Antonio, a prominent wool all the world's work, in fact, for knocked sucker kicked they'd tell If tho week and gave us the following grower was seen on tho stand. capital has no sentiments. The "What are you doing up there?" almost nothing compared to what him that ho had warranted the money that has goiio South from strange freak of nature. There is it now costs us. There is a good watch himself and wouldn't bo alGermany, England and tho North- a large black gum tree standing in asked a friend. time coming for somebody." lowed to scandalize it by saying it ern States went there for profit. Mr. Ilopgood's yard. About the ic "I'm going to make a DemocratElectric Review. was brass. Ho would gonerally speech." this month ho observIt is neither Democratic nor Re- 2nda day of or rain falling from tho "Why, last year you were a Reseo tho point aud skip. Healy Lycurgus I" ed mist publican. IVIint In Quinine 3Inn of. has sold that watch five times in tree. The weather was warm and publican." "Yos, sah !" The Itfow York Herald prints one day and took his ten per cent. "Yes, but I've sold my sheep perfectly clear ahout 3 o'clock p. "Go back an' sot down an' ponHow Hancock Tooli Hln Defeat. commission ou it, but at tho same der ober dese things. Doan' lose in., and the rain continued until rancho since then. The man who this: Trom tb Washington unlaj Herald. "There! no moro of that this time, it caused a great deal of your ambishun, but harness it up near sundown. It has rained ev- owns it now is a Republican, but Which one of the defeated can- ery day since, beginning about he nsed to be a Democrat before season, thank Heaven!' said a unxety." in sich a way dat it can't run awav "How was that?" didates for the Presidency, we the same hour. From the first it ho bonght tho ranche." New Yorker who had just return wid de vehicle an' bust things. wonder, will take his defeat as increased every day for eight or "Well, as 1 said, it was the only We will now listen to de Secreed from a Jersey health resort, as How : loy Fliiif In Tcxnu. quietly as did Gen. Hancock? nis ten days, then it 'began to deho threw away a bottle labeled ono in the territory, and it had to tary." vrife, who told the story to the crease until now tho mist is scarce- San Antonio Staudanl. quinine. Ho thought he had been bo looked after. Suppose somo Grace Jleforo Meat. writer, says that on tho night of ly perceivable. There can be no Holding services at a place one taking quinine all the summer; but d d fool had carried it off, what the election ho wont to bed at doubt of tho truthfulness of the time, I took up a collection for the the chances arc that ho had been would the boys have done for an- Nw York Son. J 7 o'clock utterly worn out. When above, for Mr. Hopgood told us in support of missions. There was making himself The minister had been invited miserable on other ? It would have taken three months to bring one from the to dinner. she bogged him not to retire so person and he is a gentleman a poor old lady present, who I no- something else. early, as there would probably be whoso veracity is unquestioned. ticed dropped a 65 gold piece in While grace was being said "Quinine,' said a drug clerk, States, and there would have been some one who would want to see Mr. James Hopgood and family tho hat. I know she was very 'sells in the New York market for no business in all that time. They Tommy eyed tho unwonted good him that night, he said emphatic- and Mr.Moreheadand family were poor and not able to afl'ord so from ninety-thre- o cents to ono never breathed easily until tho things spread beforo him with ally: "I cannot see any one to- wituesses of this wonderful much, and thought Bhehad intend- dollar an ounce. Five pounds of watch turned up again. It was pleasurable anticipation. night. I am so tired I must go phenomenon. "Ma," ho said, when tho minised to throw in a quarter, but made the best yielding bark is used to worth a genuine ono a dozen times to bod at once," so he retired and a mistake. So next day I met her produce an ounce of quinine, and over. I tued to watch that game ter had concluded, "do you know slept so soundly that when his Another Georgia Xlrncle. husband and said to him : "Look the market price for bark is about with a good deal of interest when- why pa doesn't give thanks every wife, who stayed up to hear the Augusta, Ga., Oct. 31. The hero, your wife put a $5 gold piece forty cents a pound. That looks ever I had any leisure timo on my day at tho table?" news wont to bed sho did not dis- faith cures of Mrs. Wimpy, Mrs. in the hat yesterday. I think she as if quinine were something else, hands. I got pretty nearly as His mother shot a warning turb him, nor did he awake until Jernigan and Sister Angola are must have made a mistake." doesn't it, and as if somo cheaper anxious about the watch as the glance at him. t 5 oTclock next morning, when Mrs. supplemented by that of Mrs. "2To, no," he replied, "my wife substitute wero used. Dealers fellows who i.. Ai off it. But it "'Cause it's only when the minHancock, having a coughing spell, Mary Benson, a member of St. didn't make no mistake. Sho admit that the profit seems to be managed to turn up finally in some ister is here that wo have anythin' way." worth giviu' thanks for." he ronsed enough to ask her if Luke's Methodftt church, of this don't fling often, but let mo tell on the wrong to severe competition and tho reshe had heard any news. Sho said city, wliioh'frW y indorsed and you when she flings she flings." Unil nn AccnniplMimcnffl. IVecdlcNR Alarm. - ' she had, and added: "It is a W- vouched for oyvuer pastor, Rev. cent failure of aIajge manufacGeorgo had proposed and been aterloo for you." "General, you are looking pale NcnsoiiuMc Astronomy. tory, j. M. H. Dillard. Mrs. Benson had "The total consumption of qui- accepted. "Well," sho said, I can this morning," said Brady to But"All right," he answered, and been in bed ten weeks, with an Washington Ilatchitt. She was spirituello and lovely, nine in this country during tho sing and play on tho piano and ler. turning over, was soon sound internal tumor, and was given up j harp, can paint, and at seminary I "I had a dreadful dream last asjeep again. by her doctors "to die. Sho was ho was manly, yet soft. They lastyear amounted to about 1,500,-00- 0 us u w 111 iiiu in is were walking, and ho looked up at ounces. Of this amount G00,-00- 0 cal economy line logic,auu politi- night. I dreampt that I was electimpressed by tho faith cure for and and I can ed President, and it worries me ounces wero imported from A Georgians wife's Rargain. five days, and on Wednesday heaven and said : crochet beautifully, and play lawn to death to know where I got the "How beautiful are the skies! England, The production has near noon, when the paper was placed Trom the Colnmbuj Enquirer. tennis, and, aud that's about all, Atheng Banner toll's how a in her hands describing the cure Seo how Venus gleams in reful ly doubled within tho last ten I think. Xow tell mo what are money from. It must have .cost The mo twenty million dollars in actugent beauty and tho great eve of years. man's wife made a trade with him of Mrs. Jernigan, she pronounced some of your accomplishments, al cash." oiLiuc iuuku uuwn upon US, UO Clnnrtr(V and thus gave that section a good herself cured, arose, dressed and you not love to "T linvpn't. rmt iriv TVlint nn rtnplre. look at tho stars?" preacher. It says he went to wont out visiting her friends, apTexas is double the size of Great "Xot a single one?" "Well," 'he "Yes, awfully !" sho answered. preaching just to keep out of the parently as well as ever. The said, with a sigh, "Which, then, is your favorite lintain and Ireland. It has of should come to tho "If tho I worst war, and after the war was OTcr case is exciting great interest. worst, think star?" ho queries with a rapt into- square miles 70,000 moro than might bo he had got to be such a good one able to cook." BosI OF FUIiTOff, KT, Prance, 02,000 moro than Gernation in his voice. DiHheneNly In Trade he kept on. His wife was a Bapton Journal. "Oy-star,- " many, aud 34,000 more than tho sho murmured. tist and he was a Methodist, and T. W. Tjrntr In he Century 1 There is hardly an article of When tho hand of time was Austrian empire. Compared with PItUburg Klie ma Pretty Well. she told him if he would go to Chronic!. preaching and keep out of the war, manufactured merchandise made pointing the hour of ten a manly tho divisions on this sido of the First young lady: "Why, Jenvoice pealed forth these accents : Atlantic, it is larger than all of that she would join tho Methodist or imported in the United States "Two oyster our eastern and middle States nie dear little sweet! "I've not stews." Church. Tho trade was made, and that has no't its adulterations or Thus is the pathway of senti- combined, and would tako iu In motyouina year. Whore have Discounts Paper and Loans Money, Buys since that time he has been a big imitations; and there are but few articles of raw material that are ment strewn with the thorns of diana, Illinois, Wisconsin and yon been?" and Sella Exchange on any Point in the Methodist preacher." not in some manner adulterated. vulgar commonplaces, and yonug Michigan, together xvUh two d- - "To Chicago, Laura." United States, Solicits Accounts of the What is needed is a law that shall men's salaries shattered by the ditional States, each the size of "And did you like it out there!" People Generally. Collections and Prompt You married, didn't von!" Remittance at Current Rate of Exchange Tho Kentucky Court of dispensers of bivalves and beer. ynio. aiie characteristic term. compel all an A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. "Oh yes decides for free trade be- business: amen to do shall honest "Empire State of the Southwest," annlv law that "Did you do well?" tween Kentucky and her sister alike to the rich and the poor; a conveys, therefore, no idle boast Wnnli n Change. "Pretty well, though not so well States. It says the Legislature law that shall nnnish the man who First Tramp: when applied to Texas. This seo has no power to impose burdens sells with a falsa balance, tho same stufiin again in theI South theyr'e great Commonwealth is truly an as I expected. The court only al- W. DIESTELBKINK an' upon citizens of other States that as.tho man who steals a loaf of raise my free born American voiceI empire in itself, exceeded in ter- lowed me $150 a month alimony." "What a shame!" are not imposed upon citizens of bread; a law ritorial extent by few of tho emthat shall punish the agaiust it. its own State, or upon goods pires of tho world. Industrial man who makes and sells a counufe uiiinnij ouiwi BiNUrr, or Second Tramp: If they change iu other States that are terfeit SUPERIOR SCOTCH SNUFF, tlio best in Bpace article of merchandise, the tho stuflin from ballots to beans, South. he market, not laid upon goods manufactured samo as the NOtrouble to name all articles, bnt no to show goods. man who makes and my free born American voice PURE country FUQUA & DEBOW. andomo and sec, at tbo corner ofTroy iu it own State. whispers I'm ready to be stuffed. at CowoiU'g Drugrna.Ie APPLE VINEGAR' circulatesa counterfeit coin. Wboleeale Agents. Store. Hickmp and Moscow nt P. T. P.aruum sent the following dispatch to tho Xew York Tribune: Editor of the Tribune, Kcto York: I own nbont 200 dwelling houses, several costly public buildings and considerable real estate in this flonrishi manufacturing city. I pledge myself to sell all I possess hero for one quarter less than its presont acknowledged value if tho Democrats elect their President. Every taxpayer aud every n and woman will find business permanently palsied if the South ugot into the saddle." It will establish free trade, get pay for its slaves and obtain pensions for all rebel soldiers. Bridgeport, Conn., Xor. 2. ! corn average liigBer for condition than in thepafc4fo,years, but not so high as in ar f tno romarka-blcorn year jft 1875 to 1S79 feral average is inclusive. Th? 93, which is nc j an average of any series of ui years, and mdi- cates about 2C bushels per acre, on a breadth approximating 70,- 000,000 acres. In Kentucky, while e at Washington reports the condition of crops' to October, 1SS4. We make a briefWnopsis: Corn. The October returns of The Department of Agriculture 'IlicNtoiint IlnInp j!,nt o. A Valuable Fraud. f Mr. hdison was nnWn rpiteutlv John Randolph's denunciation of Henry Clay, in a secret session asked what progress he was inak-- , Dill ymi know Frauk UonyV, in 1S25, was so scathing that the i!r .rVa buu,V"fc' electricity asko.lTom Rowo of an Opinion victim could not answer, but the combustion ot coal, nmn tll0 other (1 n v u sought revenge through a chal- instead of having t0 get it by hrat 8,artest sport that ever crossed lenge. Randolnh. nointinr his producing heat the, bv steam- - tho Missouri coming west. He lonjr linger at him, 6aid: "This now er, and finally elqctnc.ty from used to W0I.k tho auction dodge man (manKiiui, 1 crave your par- the steam-poweThe. coinbua- - in early days, but ho did it under don), this worm (little animals, for tion of zinc in a battvis one in- - .lifficnlties. The big game, r. - Itnmlolpli'a Denmiclntion of Clny. The Imc-Kil- ii Club, 1 " " A From tlif Detroit Trt to-nig- "If do Hon. Lycurgus Statrloff am iu do hall ho will pease I'm Professional Cards. IV.ow Jll.t fnfif i.1.f itlrl.mtrd r.nj , 1-- 1 K(-l- 1 le ill-spe- i . ex-reb- el j . . j yrMj 'I - sen-save- . j 7 v 13 A-- ' degrcos above zero. Tho brother referred to laid ,down tho half of a six-ceuinsk- meicHi aud advanced to the platform with a look of miiTrrlnl surprise and anxiety ou his face. "liraddcr Standoff," said tho President in a voice full of kindness, am an ambishus man. You hanker to bo a great an' You want to climb up. You spend hours preparin' speeches an' odder hours in doliberin' 'em befo' eniaginary audiences. You sot on de tense an7 read of Cas- sius. 1 ou lay on de grass an' read of Rrutus. While awake you hanker to be a member of do Legisla-clman' in your sleep yon dream of risin' to a pint of order in de ncx' Congress. Lycurgus!" "Yes, sah!" "I goes in to incourage ambishun in de cull'd nice, but I mus' at do same time warn you not to lose your common sense. Erutus was a smart man, but ho wasn't two months behiud on de rent of his cabin. Siscro could hold an audience spell-bounbut his wifo didn't hev to go bar' fut fur de want of a dollar pair of shoes. Marc Antony could fill hall in twenty minits' notice, but his chil'en didn't look like seben scarecrows posted on de feuse. Socrates saw men bow to his wisdom, but he had a wood-pilat do back door an' inters in do cellar fur winter. Lycurgus !" "Yes, sah!" "Doan' let go of de rabbit iu your hair in order to foller up a possum track three days old. instead of tryin' to be great, seek to be good. Instead of achin fur do plaudits of a multitude, it am fur hotter to hev de confidence of one single man whose indorsement on do back of a note will git you de cash at a bank. Men who bow befo' a groat man talk behin' his back. Lame may tickle your vanity, but fame makes one- mies and brin 6 abuse. LycTir- rus r "Yes, sah !" "Ambishun am a creek rrishin' frew a hilly kentry. Mingled wid common sense it turns do wheels of mills an' factories an' becomes a benefit to thousands. Loft to its own wild will it damages an' devastates an' becomes a curse. You may nebber see your name ou do bills as a candidate fur de but you kin pay do batch er an' grocer. You may nebbor git to Washington, but von kiu pay your rent so promptly dat de landlord will want to put French plato glass in do winders. De world may nebborthrill oberyour perorashuns, but you kin feel a deep satisfacshun in payin' cash down fur six bushels of tnruips. fa-mu- step dis way," observed Brother Gardner as tho meeting opmod with the thermometer marking 103 H. A. & R. T. Tyler, Lost, HowIU'hfoteu. . .. . . lf.r . . Attorneys at Law, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Office ILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS entrusted to their care. Millet lllock. aM8-'7- 8 3Irri.g., i al.o, um.tiun, tnd rit, h iftlMnilut grure, uraxul xtraTaxoxre. U4ced . Tl.e Migrated nuil,yr. Jn this nJnihabJ mt. elrarlr iHmunitratu frem thlrtj j.arn sccrt.ti) !ractJre, !Ut ,e aUrnilng eon.rqonci of I radically rartd ; pointing-ca- t a ui.do of mi. at uik. timplr, ttrtalu, and tff.lua!, j " kl.lt ...rj n.r.r. . inttW Ul Ui f condition m.; v., u.a, tat. l,ln.irchtpN. ptU kadiolctie of ffwrm turrlioca or e.Vn,r IntoluRlnr; SnU nll.(-Mrr- , UijH.tenrj, Jltuul nod I'ljili.l Ita pcilj, Iniprdimeiil t (.. on ihe lff.y t. s. DR. Offer W. E. MORRIS. his profMlonftl acr?lces to the Cnn vaieljr and radically. tTTIil lecture nbonld ! In the ctb of joutli au.ln.rj man In the land. uiid.r.tal. In a plain cuielorc, to ant on receipt of fnr cent., or w. trr ad-dr-r... PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, IUCKXAX, EY.. be found at AdJrc.i THE CULYCRWELL MEDICAL CO. I Ann St.. Sew Tork, M.T.J Offlte Hoi. f".UO - r.t citizens of liickmnn nod Ttcinily. fortune' Drug Siore. Bonihirant Conjnjission MICE XA2t,-K- Breury, Ijercljaijfs, 7, r, B. F. O'DANIEL, H. D., OFFERS to the citizens Ticinity. Office HIS PROFESSIONAL SER of Uickman and Corner room in L&clede iloaae -- TDK. JL. A.. HICKMAN, PA.mS KENTUCKY PHYSICAN A.1D SURGEON, Keep always on hand. Frith LIME, CEMENT. i;AiT PI.A8TEE tUP. PLltS.GKASS SEEDS, CLOVER 4o. Wtll maka liberal adanee on Col too Corn, Ac, for 'o or ahipmubt. mch-- 1 d, hla Profosaionnl Services Ic the citizens of Uloxnan and vioiuity janlG-'S- O J. W. EOGEES, IX-EI- 'S 0. L. RANDL AT LAW v all -- iads of stapla mni aey e G Collector, Real Estate Age HICKMAN, KY. tST Will attend promptly to all entrusted him Will he pleastd iq ice bis old customers, and will bath suit them in price aud quality. Call aad a us. "Quick Sales and hnm Ptcftti. Von't beundorsold rjftnlrf ani Confectioneries. EOCERIE8, in Southeaten KemUcVy and Northwestern Tennesi-e- . Specialattention gi?n to tho inTeetiga lion of Land titles, and the purchase sale of Real Estate. f Jan8 neB3 l.twl HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS UICKMAW, 1Q"J acres on Dye nbnrgroaJ; W talks rom Hitaiian. & KT. care Sash, a Davis ii r. DO'AHOB, Co , AddrcM, St. liow, M t DiiAina FTAMAK is lARBI.h USWE& and LOWER. as chea AD AilHRICAW All kinda of Oroourlei butt, sidce, m the cheapest. I win noi undersold. JOHN rYTrriU. ic b M0S0M8ITa, TOMB AUD GRAVE ST03J5S. AVISO roceiTed a fine lot of Asier ican aad Italian Marble, 1 an pre pared to fill allorders. Call and examine ur work Orders fros the country promptly may 26 Leg-islachu- r, H Q 25cts Lower than the 1 cerlcs "-- ill Lowefsfe haTe no clerk esp..S99-.- M stortr a and pay caeh for all Hy Oroceri... na therefore can sell as cheap as . . est. Best brands f w;..nh. tie ebea, Buy Mar Flour, '25 csnta cheaper thaa the iOn l.w JUUtt WllTljiO. wuT BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. mmmi PiMAEEH FAaiHOXABlE SALE AND LIVERY STABLE KENTUCKY STREET, KEEPS constaatly on Jliuid Bale Faris & Parker, - - North West corner of Moscow UOR8ES, BUGGIES and HACKS, and Troy Arcnues. East Hickman, Kv., gating purcbaeed the sihble, korMB VSrAa' hfciou guaranteed. ana entire outfit of W. B. Pluaaor April. we propose to continue tbo busines. axd Joheit patronage- - FAMILY fiROCERY BOOTS AND SHOES. H. All O. (DAVIS JUDGE, OLD STAND.) E. GLAZIEE. Keeps in Mock the ye,j Best Material, anid keeps only the best workmen. Work guaranteed. xkepainng solicited kindi of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES usually kept in iom first-clas- . s house, prices. albot THE BARTER J. GROCERY- - side,-buUattribute- FXXCY CAHDlESt HISCE-MEAAT, TEAS, -- " that PICKLES be has opened a.ne -- d fresh supply of GRITS all kinds of Fajiht Grocibim, which he CRkNBEVtolES, will sell as low as th lowest. He is rea-all times to exchange 3-m: t mi m9 dy at prices tor Hotter, Eggs, Groceries at cash Chickens, er any kind of marketing tkat the farming Sugar, Coirees, Soaps, S:c. friends may bringpaid. The highest mar ket price always J.M. MONTGOMERT & BRO. JWillnotbo undersold. Eggs, o Will pay full price for Butter, HO MINT, MR. M. MONTGOMERY, to his friends and the public c i. T1VOLI HALL. 0X0 FULTON BANK Jos. SOHM, Prop'r. Keeps the very best makes of Beer, fresh and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to perve customers. . FOR SALE The best Columbus make oi th ctielrato Capita, 850,000.00. s i ci its jim H. L. KNOERE, (Hickman, Ky., Ollnton Str.) Kept for sale, at a bargain, at the Ujtty and Sale Stable of FAKIS & PARKER Ap-'pea- ls GROCERIES P. E. CASE, AJJD DEALEB IS Family Groceries. Avenue. East man-Hfactur- LIQUORS. 2 ulcs for Sale. TWO fine Mules for nle. Applv fo a II. HUBBAKD. Family roceries; o AXD ALSO. f - gi Nets. Seines. Linpn TTt-of lishing Tackle and Supplies, at .bar ?ain. Groceries and Family Supplies .,i cea-eral- lr. it . V 'im: : ,- 1$ - iV 'j" Ik 'im - jL rJk& . JL