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"mC ru w St' J 1 OOoa Hcinse Building-- Clinton Street. OEOROC WARREN, Editor. Xlio Oldest NowspaporMWosteru Kontucky. huge of subscription, I gi.se. ious ESTABLISHED 1S59. to tht SCHOOL AND CHURCH. der- With this he deuntil the out his pocket-knif& r.alnt Old 'Southern Town, Tall of InKW1 How It Berlin, Germany, haa only fifty "Maud Parvcnue one summer's day tached a portion of the wall paper, and a Familiar DomesticCured. and it is m a Small Cottage ScaRM-terest to Strangers. Slay bo "Went to the stable bright and gay, 20,000 ts'' Over Long Island a ruamogmm' of water churches. Onlychurch-goer- of the million of the orifice of a speaking uncovered id ' If the Southern tourist will leave the floated in a chute inhabitants are Many persons object to open fire"While standing by the open Joor ,nes, which tubs! This then was the secret of it all; &1r Connecticut. through The rich man passed if eoaoa and four. Frederick Billings, of Woodstock, Erratiojbowlders is a geological term jeaten tract of travel at Mobile, and go catch tho heavy meUlpMtfcieg an(j the bounds were conveyed from some places for burning wood or soft coal on . x Vt,is erecting a $100,000 building ' to other, place, and the tubing transformed account of their liability to fill with to indJcajig large rocks found on tho by steamer to Pensacola, ho will enjoy allow the lighter trashj-jouHe glanced at Maud with loving air 5Hcr father 'was a millionaire residuum, pafctod crucibles give to the University of Vermont ordinary noises into ghastly cadences. smoke the rooms they are intended to surface x byhe ground at a distance from i very pleasant break in the monotony metallic covers, givK baaka profitThe next day the mystery was further- warm. A writer in a paper devoted to sf railroading. Mobile and its bay are with luted And Maud she gently moved her head, The first volume of the Gutenburg the place l their nrio. Snm nf tSn. of solM braM to be re- Bible was sold at And to herseir tnese lew uoras saia: more explained. A former owner had .Till of historic landmarks, and when able percentage the Earl of Gosford's - &, discussing aiSpl8ccd7rpcks are known to exist onnneeted his librarv with a buildinir tho construction of houses, in used. Scientific Jvteranat a sale in London recently, for $2,500. von; J not be by a . rilpa can coverrich manto one." do Our Chimneys distance qc hundreds of niiles from their Uio steamer leaves Fort Morgan, and some distance away. Some time after , the question "Why My him ten The Suite of Kentucky has 1,297 aeads to sdi for tho short run down tho had been broken up, leaving Smoke?" savs: THE the pipng former Ration liko many that are "Into the stable then walked sho Baptist churches. In these the baptisms . f "As a matter of fact they nevor do intact only tnat portion nunc m ine To hear sweet words from the coachoe. found ia Jte State and.on Long Island :oast, theie is much that is of interest An Important Ducov American during tho past vear numbered 6,023, wall, one end of wliich was in our it is the wood that smokes" We mako ArcUaeo! n tho marine landscape. and the net gain in members was C.053. The coachman did not haro much cash, g-room, tho other extending to tho this statement not by way of facetious-nes- s, and in 'Massachusetts. Tho theory of Tho approach to Pensacola, as the But oh be was a lovely mash. Boston At the annual meetd cellar of an adjoining house, between but to bring the discussion to a the geoipfWs is that these creat rocks, Mary Morgan runs in, is of At a conference held in Sidney, reDown they sat on a bale of hay, highly in- - cently, the federation of the Presbyterian a couple of wooden shelves. Tho strictly scientific basis. Sinco the new which many instances as large as beauty. Long lines of sandy beach Society of Natural .And this Is what Maud heard him say: spoken words wo heard were those of birth of the open wood fire, the old ques a small 4$tge, were carried on movinz and dark Woodland point in converging tercsting stateme fr Prof. churches of the various Australian colo""Will you fly with me, my pretty mis. tho colored servant, who was accus- tion of how to coax the smoke to go masses fL'JCe durincr that indefinite and lines to the distant harbor. Closer in F. W. Pcrjnam ItiPeabodv nies was resolved upon. To a land that's far remote from this? tomed to bant up the heater fire about Btraijcht up tho chimney-fluTim vnrc vrk."iiTi rftcn rhncnn. rx at all mvst,irifXU!mft milted tho rincinl re is the tall licht-hous-o nointiner ,6nfrcr- - Museum midnight The rattling of tho chains times and under all circumstances, "You know that timo and time again, SflSnipuara-wv'ki1010ni ingrren wagjgtvnttna , VZr,l . i Xve told my love in the shad) lane. was produced by the shoveling of coal. nmrif nfrun to uio-iri?irifrniioftn?nTsii .ft!iinnr ' ., ., i cmiai"us.TJi ., i wiu in ;. S r l n ...tint,,. n. nnI(nri A ;v,Talley: The taken by " science and letters Iiacl mistaken some word about "do When driving--, darling, by your sido leave i. to this day curiously bal which runs, ukc a xiuoon oi saun, " 4- subject was . illustrated by drivings come next with forty-ninand me- Xvo often naked: Will you bo my bride? Tho "poison" of two stupendous but familiar domes- anced ottyic point of contact on which Xrc" for --De WlreT c beach for miles. Presently wl.wwgliBg-h"reference to mice tic evils is liable to be revived. It is thev rest. These, known as "rockinc the long ocean swell ceases, and we are hung upon the wall, and by plto-graph- s. chanics with twenty-ninIthaca Jour rfhTfcih nliwl tft which were makinjr free with articles not our purpose to give here and now stones" and "balanced rocks," are in passing the forts On tho left are the iu ui comuw, neu elope. These explorations, in whih. nal. on the shelf. That was all! all the infalliblo rules by which one of some instanced so nicely poised that, ruins of Fork McRae, now only a few he was assisted by Dr. C. L. Metz, oil One moonlight night they skipped away; The "Sternenhaus," a branch of tho .Maud's father raved and raged, they say. I was so much obliged to Mr. Bolton these and doubtless the minor can bo ponderous as tluy are, some of them can massivo arches of tough masonry totter- Madisonville, O., were made last year, Evangelical "Johannesstifts," near Ber-I- a, . ... for his efforts, that I could not "say. cured, or, better still, prevented, but be sensiblv rotKed with some ex ing amid the surges rippling under their and were restricted to one particular But Maud was happy with her coachoe, appeals to Christian young men to me- him nay" when he asked mo to marry spiritualists and strong-minde-d 6imply to refer to one of the common ertion of strengh by the hand, while gloomy shadows, while opposite is rort mound field or tract upon the borders joi its society, and undergo a course of As happy, as happy as girl could be. diums. I despised myself for allowing him. Besides, how handy it was to reasons why smoke from a fire on the it would requirea much greater force .Pickens, gray, straight - faced, and of tho Little Miami River, in Madisonstudj preparatory to their becoming Time passed on and the rich man wed even the suggestion of a supernatural have a man about the house to "lay a hearth falls out into the room oc- to overthrow tlrm. A. vixen with a carmine Ot these bal- sturdy, crouching, as it were, on the ville, about twenty miles from Cincin- preacVrs to the Germans in North it head. cause to enter niy mind, but it was use- ghost" Qodcy's Lady Book. if not constantly, in- anced rocks there are several examples, land's end of historic Santa Rosa Isl- nati. It is to be regarded as one of the America, casionally, , Ana often he has groaned and sighed, less. This idea was constantly ringing stead of going up to tho skies, where not only abroad, Lut in New England. and. In spite of its battle record it felicities of the event for the work and JBeoauso Maud would not bo his bride. More han ten thousand copies oi A Useful "Faculty." in my ears: "You have so bitterly deHaving stated that A notable one exists in Lanesborough, looks quite modern, with the great guns its results constitute an event in the it belongs. the New Testament have been recently "Maud's father drove her from his door, smoked, it may he well in Berkshire County, Mass. nounced the existence of spirits, and are Connectigazing vigilantly out to sea. In the full significance of the word that, be- disposed of civen away and sold An old problem of the psychologists chimneys never -- and by and by grew very poor. now brought face to face with a terror to observe that the- - never "draw" cut is well sprinkled with tho distance the remains of Fort Barancas ing situated so near to one of the great has been revived by a letter to La which will satisfy you that it is not all either. Whatever goes up the chimney bowlders, though we beliovo our State lio sleeping with the memories of Gen cities of the land, it has happened that amongto tho Fijis. Religious reading The rich man's wealth soon went complete. seems take with them, if it be true, Tor they played him well in wild Wall Street. humbug." written by a French business man, from Thomas Hood's chimney-swee- p has few or.no rockinir stones. One of eral Jacicson and the Spanish com- no persons impelled by mere idle curiosWithout saying a word to any one, I who mentions that for years he had to the steam from the kettle nose is tho larsest of the bowlders and it is mandant who blew it up at the capture ity have hitherto du" into these as reported, that nine thousand copies of The coachman bought him horses and hacks, -- And for Niagara Falls made tracks; resolved to solve the mystery at all been in the habit of waking himself at poked up from behind. Of course, this thought te be the biggest one in tho of the place by the American armv in mounds in a random way, and thus the "Conference Catechism" have been sold among them. Chicago Times. costs. I slipped down stairs Tuesday practically destroyed them in respect hour in the morning that he wished, amounts to the same thing practically country iiin this State, in tho New 1812. .And in a year or a little more twelve, and an' reThis country was pretty well repreas being drawn up, but it is well to night a few minutes before Jlo counted his millions by the score. As we enter the harbor wo find it to their special value to the London couity town of Montville, on stationed myself before the picture, de- simply by impressing upon his mind, member that the same pushing force the west sidfiof the Thames River, bed and of immense magnitude, archaeologist The excavations now sented at the recent meeting of the And when Maud's father heard the news termined not to yield to any fears. Be- before going to sleep, the fact that he will just as readily lift air, shavings, tween Nonvidi and New London. This its further shores appearing as if on the made were conducted on the most ap- Evangelical Alliance in Copenhagen. Ho had an awful lit of blues. fore going down I drank a glass of must wake at that time; and saying ashes, steam, or anything else that big rock has jist been photographed. It horizon. It is a shelter for tho navies proved methods of science. 'Nothing Some two hundred Americans were in Then he tried to make the matter straight. wine and, bracing myself, I awaited further that he seldom varies five min- comes in its way as smoke. The point, is locally known as the Shohegan rock,, of the world. worthy of notice has escaped observa attendance, and among them such But got kicked over the coacheo's gate. developments. I had not long to wait; utes from the moment which he has as- therefore, is to so arrange the throat of and is fortj-fiv- e To the left appears the town, fronted tion and record, and every relic has representative clergymen as Dr. Philip" and seventy feet high Of all sad words from tongue of flesh, once more I felt my nerves drawn to signed himself. The Now York Evening the chimney that the smoke shall be feet long. By the best engineering esti- by the massive buildings of the navy-yar- been carefully preserved for scientific Schaff, John Hall, William M. Taylor, ahe saddest are these: I' e been too freh. sepulchral Post, in speaking of lhis ctter, says that caught first, and, like proud Korah's mates its vcigt is 10,000 tons. That is their highest tension by the the great derricks holding aloft purposes. In the brief discussion which Edward Bright, and Wilbur F. Watkins. 2". 11". Jackson in Clertland Lvul&r. groans, followed by the clanking of tons Napoleon I. is related to have had the troop, be swallowed up before it has a a pretty solid bad, even for a traveling boilers for expectant hulls. The size of followed the Professor's statement, one Recently the dome of St. Peter's, of iron chains dragged over a hollow same faculty, but adds that its existence chance to spill over into the room and iceberg to earn. Ages of rain and frost the place can only be guessed at from of the members of the society declared in Rome, was reclad at an expense to vault. I pressed ray lips together and has never b"een verified. We imagine before something else can be crowded have told on it'by splitting off big frag- the steamer's deck by house roofs and tho results thus reached to be the most the Vatican of $40,000. The old sheathA GHOST STOEY. my nails into the flesh of my palms; that Uiis experience is not so rare as tho into its place. Left to its own devices, it ments one of which is sixty feet long aistant spires. important discovery yet made in Amer- ing required such continuous repairs and run and has an avtrage thickness of twelve chills followed by the feeling of a Evening Post supposes, and that a per- would fall out of the The lower part of the town has an ican archaeology. "Several of these that it was deemed better to replace it. Mysterious Noises and Sepulchral red-hiron, ran up my spine. When son need not be a Napoleon to be fa- over the floor like water. As tho air feet its estimited weight, 1,200 tons, essentially nautical flavor. Tho sandy mounds were what are called "altar sheets of lead which now cover the I heard the words, "TPe have got a kg vored with this useful "faculty." Wo in the room happens to be usually considerablv exceeding that of the en- streets are filled with a motley crowd of mounds," and in these the valuable The weigh 703,610 pounds, and would-extenUtterances. dome to begin mlk" seeming to come from a have a very distinct recollection'of many cooler and, therefore, heavier than that over more than an acre and a tire rock called "Pierre a Martin," the mariners. The talk is of ships and car and instructive relics were found. grave a thousand feet deep. I could instances iu which we have ourselves in the it forces the latter up- largest of the rranite bowlders among goes, and the bell of the Norwegian These, in number and variety, were suf- half of land if they were spread out flat -- How and by 'Whom Haunted Portrait staud it no longer. I dragged myself up- tried the experiment with success, and ward and the smoke with it Now, the the limestone ledges of the Jura Moun- chapel, nestling almost under the yard-arm- s ficient in themselves, if none others had Uxo Ghost "Wii Laid .V Grateful In Missouri a missionary of tho stairs, but could sleep no more that at one time, when it was necessary for tendency of the smoke, as soon as it U tains in Switzeriaud. Tho next largest of the ships at dock, mingles with ever been found, to give a very distinct American Sunday School Union found Maiden and it Happy Denight. a considerable period for us to wake on lifted against the back wall of tho rock of the gladal deposits in New En- the forecastlo bells striking the hour, it might almost be said comprehennouement. is to fall forward, and this gland is said lo lie at the foot of a tolled majbe by some ancient quarter- sive idea of the civilization of the so- a church thirty years old, meeting in I feared to tell Rosaleen. At noon certain days of the week at a very early house of" worship, well appointed the net day the postman brought a hour, to take the first train to the place tendency is favored by the curving back mountain in Nottingham, in southeast- master of a seton; and strangely out cial state of the ancient mound buildas to comforts, with a large congrega"which it ascends. There is no ern New Hampshire; it is called tho of place seems a sen-icewere then needed, against ers. Among other things found were tion, We moved into a house, 'mother, letter from Lieutenant De Wire. When where our whicli had never had a Sundayto this which feet whoso great broad wooden-tire- d wheels articles of personal adornment, such as -school. but Teddy, Rosaleen and I. I was Ursula she read out a passage saying he had we had an opportunity of studying the objection smoke curve, bounds,seems to Churchill rock, and is sixty-tw- o While there was preaching and it long, forty feet wide, and fifty feet high; and crates of "gonies," or within fallen and severely sprained if not bro- circumstances under which this pecu- keep the of pearl and bracelets of met- to Dcspard, and Teddy, my fourteen-year-ol- d parents aud adults, the children were is most easily doubtless radiates more heat than if it but its weight is believed to be 4,000 ioll silently over the sand. ken his ankle, I suppose my face told liar species of al. The precise advance of the art of i. fishing, etc' Here he organ-- ; brother. The rent was so reason- them that this accident was in some exercised. During this period we found stood erect, but tho ono point which tons The wharves arc immense structures working metals is thus disclosed. The" hunting, less than that of the Montville rock. ized a good school with fifty scholars. 5 able that mother and I hastened to sign way codnectcd with the ghost, for Rosa- no difficulty in waking regularly within should be insisted upon is that the faco The erratic granite bowlder out of which thickly laced with car tracks, walled in metals nad been wrought by hamthe papers, fearful that some one would leen began to question me, nor would about five minutes of the time necessary of this curve along which the smoko was hewn the statue of Peter the Great, by masses of closely packed shipping mering the ore. Molten work was Jiaplist Weikhf. rises should strike, if it were continued at St Petersburg, was forty-tw- o The Government of Sweden has apshe accept any explanation other than to enable us to reach the train comfortthe skill, or rather the feet who-ieecure the bargain. interlocked spars and masts are bevond the true one.' I Knew from her face ably, although for a portion of the time (which it is not, being cut ofl by the long, twenty-?cve- n feet broad, and as a fortist through wliich a road is cut f knowledge of tho artificer. The metals pointed a committee for the new revisNo. 2,018 was just like the other that she was satisfied that the accident this involved getting up long before broad throat of the flue), several inches feet high. It is said the fa- out. Here the smaller iron steamers, were iron, copper, silver and gold. This ion of tho Old Testament Archbishop houses in a block, which is sufficiently would result in amputation, if not daylight; but we discovered, also, that above the lintel at the top of the fire- twenty-on- e those "ocean tramps," nestle beside tho is the hrst time gold has been lound iu Dr. A. N. Sundberg i Chairman, and mous Plymouth Rock on which the described in the term "a row of Phila death. In fact, I was so distraught in order to wake with precision place opening. The smoke is then fairly in the work by three The gold, and in some he will be to secure a share of the mounds. landed is an erratic bowlder of great We were all going to that I finnh believed that it would end at the delphia bricks. two BNhops and one pastor, right moment and to caught in the asceuding current of warm syenite, that was mo ed by the ice from the vast forests of lumber annually ex- instances the silver, was used for plating " rest quietly until it arrived, it air and carried up and away. or nearly a century the Swedes have very happy there, wo knew. The so myself. Roxbury in 3oton. Indeed the New ported, which by train loads continually an inferior metal, being hammered thin A smoking may often bo England coast is plentifully strewn with pour on the docl9. After dinner Rosaleen went into the was necessary to look at our watch just amount of rent was so much lass than and clinched at the edes. Most signi been worKing on, me revision. RilVln ... J. v.v. Thn.mr.Tiirf)inilnrW ilmlntlnn A..U.V ia v .. we had expected to pa- - that it would sitting'room, took down the picture before going to sleep. If we neglected cured without any change of flue or these large rocky visitors from the north. VI" kJUbC. Out on the broad harbor ato fleets of ficant of Hll. t 1JBfclittfV" ",V ll:lV7:3r!Z7T7LL fUVTIJlCUaSMW.-MCCiHtl and hid it awav Jnl this precaution we vvero apt tp sleep chitnnev bv simnlv brinirinir.Jnwn tiles. carried it d enable us to supply some scmblv." ann flfljroluiwj w Brhjejiio--" .topeither.with a.rovy qt brick or Outto'humanTorm InVsW--,i n . - v. ni- so ice her trunk, rha&nijrhttlrcould not-re- t mergpdjJvJg!?LWsuers ofrLongPIsland! " liOIHMUiUWUWiUIUfcUf thUVTMJf article for Rosaleen's trousseaiC-Rosa-lee. i ?t metal ntted in between nc saiu artistic contour, Butsnoweuaisa the schools, but not yet in publ' servour beauty, was to be married to a sist the force that impelled me once betore the proper time, ana allowing or by a piece ot this cure is effected not Sound anuw Mother sounds and bays to them; and from? which their ourselves, in consequence, only short the jams. And the eastward as far as Cape Cod, holds are being rapidly filled. Tugs are the earrings and the drapery of the ices. naval officer; we had only so much more to go down stairs at midnight. I was originally too forming no considerable portion of tho ton ing out rafts to ones further distant. waist which were fashionable in the was by this time so nerveless and ment- naps afterward until the minute arrived because the money, and a naval officer well, one too shallow to "draw," but bePUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. knows the excessive style implied in ally untmng that it seemed there was for getting up. Whatever part of our large or proper provision had not been hidden dangers to navigation along the Here are two just spreading their wings American prehistoric times. Some of cause the New England coast. Hartford Times. to sail. There is one just arrived and theso relics must originally have come not sufficient power in my muscles to mind it might have been that took charge those words! What is the difference between a smoke and entrapping dropping anchor, and in the oiling from the Florida coast, from Lake Su legislative clerk and a musician? One We congratulated ourselves upon se- become tene. With one hand against of waking us it seemed to begin its made for into the risingthe stream of warm turning it count time at m jro are inward bound. It is an ani- perior and from the Rocky Mountains, knows the notes and the other notes tho HINDUS AND CHINESE. curing such a nice establishment from the wall, I heard the usual preliminary which of the hours from the to sleep. air. Chicago Times. we composed ourselves mated scene rendered doubly delightful indicating thus either extensivo migra- noes. Courier-Journa- l. which to launch our paragon. The large sounds with a feeling almost of apathy. The indiThe Former Love the Ideal, nnd the let- by a balmy air, a cloudless sky, and the tion or intercommunication. room on the first floor, which had evi- I heard, and heard distinctly, the words. and if we did not inform ourselves of VAYS THAT ARE DARK. Teacher "How many wars vvero ter the 1'rartlcal, odors of "pine freshly cut Harpers cations are that the cremation of the "It's taken away; Then, like one this, our unconscious reckoning was dently been once used as an office or waged with Spain?" Pupil "Sfic." correspondingly uncertain, and the efWeekly. dead was practiced by these natives, and Never did opposing qualities and delibrary, we converted into a sitting-roo- who has received a message from the "William Lorenzo Smith Defraud, fort to wake vague; but if we took a How 3Ir. that an altar mound is significant of Teacher "Enumerate them." Pupil j where, in the evening, we grave, I staggered back to mj room. fects establish a wider gulf between two ed a Detroit Capitalist. certainly a clear note of tho time in the evening, some great sacrificial ceremon, and "One, two, three, four, five, six." SHOP SAVINGS. "It's taken awav" was gathered with our work or books, where , The other morning a young man races. During the four or five thousand that these trinkets and relics, some of French Joke. reference to the removed picture, as the we could sleep peacefully through the we held council, or made ourselves eav i. by Jurtlcloin At- - which to begin whole of the allotted interval, sure of pretty well dressed and quite extensively years which make up her history, China How Much May bo Saved Things. pertained to the useful arts, repcomplained to his A little boy for a talk. Here, too, we wrote our sentence "We have cot a les: tcntlon to Little expiresented an offering on the part oi mother that the teacher couldn't adorned with jewelry entered tho office offers us the unique spectacle, as it letters and received intimate friends. with" had been a direct allusion to being aroused at or very near its A very suggestive waking was these people, equivalent, in comparison member his name. "When she speaks Lieutenant It was our home room the one room in certain the De Wire's accidenthadIbeen ration. Another condition of of some of a Detroit capitalist and introduced seems to me, of a society founded upon n sh rt time afro in sight was witnessed with our scale we found to be the occurrence a visit to a larjre name "De Wire" of values, to hundreds to me," he savs, "she always calls me the house where we felt perfectly free himself as William Lorenzo Smith, a purely human basis without prophet, " ' mam factory of machinery and tools. of thousands of dollars. Mechanical Silence." uttered and no other, and Rosaleen, the small external event, through which, as and unconstrained. it were, the internal effort could take formerly of New York, but just at pres- without Messiah, without revealer, with- The outlet to the sink had been closed, Xcws. Rosaleen's "taking oil" was but three Words "Poison them." "Won't you take half of this poor"'4'3 We were unable to go on with prep- effect upon our senses. A very trifling ent a resident of Michigan on account out mythology; of a society calculated and the large drain pipes had to be weeks distant, and a great amount of Mi apple?" said "a pretty damsel. '"No.-g circumstance the flutter of a leaf out- of the disbandmentof a theatrical troupe for temporal good and the THE MODEL WIFE. sewing and doing and fixing caused us arations for the wedding; we were at side d nnd cleansed. The result of that thanK vou. 1 wouiu preier a better. was a leading star. the window, the chirp of a bird, or in which he world, and for nothto keep late hours. On Saturday night, our wits' end to know what to do. so," replied tho organization of this see clean (ng was a surprise to the pro- The Woman Whom Husbands Love More half." Eliza blushed and referred the "Yes unnumbered ing fatigued by a week of continued strug- Should we apply to a D. D. to exorcise any other of the was sufficient, sounds of capitalist,I in icy exactly India, on the other hand, Than Their Cigars andjHorse. young man to her papa. tones. if it happrietors, although it was not so to at gling with silks and satins, we left Rosa- the ghostly voice, an M. D. to prescribe early morning pened at the right time, to wake us, by "I was recommended to come to you shows us a not less surprising spectacle leastsome of the workmen. If a list of Scripture, and history, and poetry vie The daughter of a New York mil- leen to finish a letter to her future "lord or a D. P. to philosophize? Teddy sug- a sort of magnifying process which at for a loan of fifty dollars," continued or a nice exclusively speculative, living with one another in sounding the praises lionaire has eloped with a street broker; 4 gested an M. P. (member of police), and master. Lieutenant Harry De Wire. by the ideal, building its religion and its the articles found in the drain pipes and particular that have come I remember looking at the clock in my while poor, dear mother wavered be- us bymoment gave the power of startling the young man. kind of some one! I literature in the clouds, without any in- at their outlet in the tail race was made of the model wife. The man who is Coachmenselection of to be so thut some "Indeed! Very brides a noise which would at other time, which marked a near ap- tween the claims of a medium and an blessed with a companion worthy the in their be unnoticed; but without such sensible am not in the habit of loaning fifty dol- termingling elements drawn from his- it would be almost like an inventory of rich girls have to put up with street;, proach to midnight- - How long I had astrologer- - Fortunatclv for us, we heard tory or reality. The characteristic feat- the small parts used in the manufacname of a model wife can snap his fin- brokers. Louisville Courier-Journa-l. who applies." 1T been asleep I know not, but it could not no demonstrations through the day nor impression we think we should not have lars to every stranger return it as soon ure of the Chinese mind is a negation of tures of the establishment There were gers in the faces of will certainly all the old bachelors "But I evening. waked. In fact, on one or two occa, "Yes, sir," said the entomologist, have been long, when I was startled in the earlier portion of the the supernatural; what it cau not un- hundreds of pieces of broken files, tips, that ever Ureathed remember to have been im- as I reach New York. ' and nve them points flies so that when I whistle from sleep by a succession of terrible The fact that the manifestations oc- sions, wewith "Very likelv, but I must refuse to derstand does not exist for it. India, on reamers, drills, parts of machines and each day in every exalted pleasure that "I can tame and alight on my hand.?" ' a dim consciousness of screams. I heard Rosaleen tearing up curred only at midnight was additional pressed ;hey will come the contrary, absorbed in the contemtools spoiled in the working, and a itv' happen before man, fl( stain. I rushed out to meet her, and proof of their spiritual source. There waiting for something to later a trifling lend yon take me for a plation of the infinite, has exhausted her wagon load of cotton waste. The water makes life worth living. There is no "Pshaw!" said the " "Do was no chance for investigation; there waking, and a moment fell fainting into my arms. she "that's nothing. They come and alight activity in the creation of an exuberant closets had been used as convenient danger of his applying for a divorce. sound would open our senses with a asked the young man. Unfortunately for tEe married men of on my head without rav whistling." When Rosaleen recovered, she told us was the plain wall, covered with matter-of-fa- little shock. To the necessity of waitinnumerable systems of "catchalls," "scrap heaps" and "glory "0, no; but if I were in your place mythology andNor wall paper what was thcro to that she had about finished her letter, has the study of na- holes." How much the establishment this generation, the model" wives are The entomologist sat metaphysics. ing for this impression, small as it might I'd raise some cash on that big gold most all dead. for existville Journal. when she became conscious of a most examine or investigate? What could be be, we were disposed to attribute the watch-chai- n before ture, of man, or of history ever seemed had lost in this way could not readily ence was too The struggle and diamond-pi- n done but stare at it and ask one's self. v much for" them. The unearthly, hollow groan, which she "It is a great pity that you comer borrow of a stranger. You to her worthy to check her thought for bo estimated, as much of it must have ceaseless, silent variation of a minute or two either way trying to needed to dangling at my heels, Mr. Nonentity,"r could not compare with anj'thing mor- If it is not a voice from the land of from the exact moment assigned for ought to have no trouble in raising ono an instant "China is indisputably, of all been swept away by the stream and build up a model domestic character tal. It did not suggest a crash, or any- shadows, what is it?" countries, that which possesses the best much of it buried out of sight consequential lady to'hcrsenti-.ty- ? way." might otherwise be as said a only ordered and the most abundant archives. It could not go on this way much waking, which punctuality. American hundred dollars that thing loud, but it nad a deep, hollow, It is surprising how much may be coidd was abe met and borne as longthe oiental adorer. "You remind me of a kept with exact "I suppose not, though they are keepthere living appreciation of quality, which penetrated longer, I knew; so I resolved on a de- Architect. barometer that is filled with notliing in sakes and I hate to part with them. Since the twelfth century before the saved in the shop by judicious attention personal laws of duty that underlie all the upper story." "Most amiable of Christian era she has storeil up, dynasty to little things and by handy appliances every bone in her body. Rosaleen, cided movement, and one contrary to Nevertheless, it doesnt seem right to An establishment that sorts of ideal existence. The men who your sex," said he, "for so flattering vaj, being courageous, tried to convince her- all the reticent traditions of the Natural Wonders. wear them while I am dead broke. If I by dynasty, and almost year by year, the for saving. who had always "insisted on official documents of her history, the works up brass and iron in about equal appreciated model wives, and were in compliment, let me remind you that self that it was imagination, and so re" return willing to be model husbands, you occupy my upper storv entirely. Did you ever see a well forty feet deep, had lif mained. A few moments of silence was keeping things to themselves." I orHere he paused and detached the decrees of her sovereigns, the rules of proportions for more than a year mixed mother and lined throughout with stone, in which chain from his watch and removed the her administration. India, so prodig- the drillings, turnings, and filings of were so few that tho "ood wives that V. Y. Ledger. followed by an awful clattering of dered a carriage and sent I nT iously fruitful in everything else, has not both metals indiscriminately, and dump- is, the model wives grew discouraged chains. The element of noise entered Rosaleen out for a drive, bo soon as there is hardly a seam, made without pin and laid them down. ,v They kissed: uk as useless rubbish and took to their graves or some more them a line into this sound; when Rosaleen started they were out of sight, turned the key hands? I have and could not credit the . , Beneath a shady tree they sat; "I am not in the pawnbroker busi- modern of history. She has reached ed be gotout of doorsseparating machine congenial occupation. .rU)f He held her bund, ehe held his lint;. rid of. A to rush from the room she heard, in the lock and went to see the land- evidence of times without believing that the to , are, so it ness," said the capitalist, "but you can real is ever worth writing down. This wan suggested, and now one of the my breath nnd lay nuito. tint; my senses. There The few model wives that are left are I held distinctly as she ever heard in her life, lord. They Kii0'I- -I saw them do iCi i91 is said, several of these natural wells in send for these articles any time without present lifo is for the Chinese the only cherished by their husbands beyond declares that it paid for its cost Mark Bolton was a dapper little gen He held that Itissln;? was no crime; the words: "Poison them!" Here's the fifty dolpaying interest even their cigars or their--' horses. The She held her head up ctery time: ' aim of human activity. For the Indian within three weeks. It is Rosaleen was not superstitious, there- tleman of quaint manners, and a beam Florida. I question though whether lars you want." 1 held mv peace aud w rote this rhymo "in a scries of exist. U r Hiring only the occasional supply of model wife of the workingman, clerk or fore was surprised to observe the de- ins courtesy which nad a wonderful they are not the handiwork of some While they thought no one knew its The young man had been gone an it is but aa episode Prinutonlan. pressing effect this incident had upon attraction for me, as opposed to the ancient race. Florida is an old country. hour when a friend came in, observed ences'. On one side yon have a bour- the chips and" the removal of those al- business man has some" appreciation ofs 5lK her bright temperament. She insisted it strained foppishness auected by the It has been the dwelling place and the tho articles, and after a brief inspection geois and reasonable race, narrow as ready separated. The mixed chips pass the ten thousand little labors, A man wanted a new pair of trousHe was the and annoyances that her husband ers yesterday at a leading clothiers. He1 common sense is narrow; on the other, through a trough in a' thin stream was a portent of evil. The rest of us young men of this age. fighting "place of generations of both red remarked: has to go through each day in his worka race devoted presisted in making light of the sounds, agent for and part owner of the block and white men. It will not do to doubt "You must be about the tenth man he absorbed, and to the infinite dreamy, house-sho-ae revolving cylinder composed of shop or office. She considers that such took to the tailor a photograph of. him- which .was our habita lost in its own imaginamagnets; tho brass chips until she gave us to understand that it of houses, one of self in a Prince Albert coat, choker col- -, T the scientists, but if you could see these struck." tion. tions. Nor are the physical character- drop in front into a box, and the iron worrying cares are a part of the duties lar, and necktie touched up with blue. was no joking matter with her. "How what?" wells, so called, your first To him I related the story, and the natural of both less strikingly contrasted. and steel chips are carried on the mag-ne- ti by which her husband makes a living A cane and a hat were depicted on a U Monday night Teddy came home very troupe wants istics bright oblique fact that he received the wondrous mys thought would be, what splendid work- to "Young man busted to the under side, and arc brushed for himself, for her and for the chil eye, the flat nose, The went to the cup"Iwantapairofpants'said late, and man-lik- e get in tery in a sympathizing spirit, instead of manship! The water so these wells is chain, to New York. That's a washed the short neck, the cunning look of the off by fixed brushes into another box. dren, if there- are any. And when the be "to match that coat anu no, anu board, obtaining some cake, then enterand this diamond is only glass!" Chinese, indicate the with that in always brackish not his work, comes home-froman of common Before being separated, these mixed husband began to'eat He treating it with the derision I so much those that arc dug in the sand. I never please remember that the cane is light- - ",l ing the sitting-rooA call at a jeweler's proved that such sense, well trained in the affairs of this chijJs were worthless; after being sepa- tired, perhaps cross, and hungry and colored. What can you do for me fon went to Harry's picture for"some cause. feared, raised him much higher in my tasted better water in my life than that was the case. Detroit Free Press. world; the noble outline of the Indian, rated the iron chin3 had a marketiblft out of sorts, she is always ready to meet four dollars?" Thev did him up some Again was I aroused from slumber as esteem. in the well just outside my kitchen door, his slim figure, his broad, calm brow, his ; value, and the brass chips a value ten him with some quiet and gentle good thing in green with a yellow wave runDcspard," said he, smiling "Miss Too Much Study. Teddy broke into my room, crying: cool and soft and clear. Florida is not cheer. Her own person is attractive deep, tranquil eye, show us a race made times as great Philadelphia Press. w-"O, Lula! Come down stairs! The nisniantiv, "win vou auow me to call without its springs of healing, also, and and restful to him. She always has ning through it thinks the cur- for meditation, and destined, even by The Christian-at-Wor- k make the acquaintance of In a and of machine picture spoke to me!" in mind to make Mrs. Parvenu had been abroad, and '? for many diseases to which mankind is rent boy and girl study too hard, and it its very errors, to provide us with a firws, large manufactory of oil a voices? where two barrels day some pleasant scheme I slipped on a wrapper, and together these troublesome load dropped off heir there arc waters all the way from measure of the speculative power of Is q.it an uncommon amount to use, if his home hours delightful to him and when she returned she had much to.tell. ?;,u Somehow the my San Mateot to Sanford of various corapo calls for less intellectual food and more we entered the room, The gas was but "Ah, . humanity. Macmillan's Magazine. all the machines were supplied afresh, so make herself indispensable and a One day a lady was talking to her. into c dimly burning, and the customary rat- shoulders. Mr. Bolton was so sitions. Sulphur and iron, sulphur and digestion. Itsaj's: my dear Mrs. "Parvenu, did you go thive-fifth- s of this amount sometimes constant joy. and courageous that I went home soda, salt and iron, sulphur and carbotle of the street had ceased. The deep "With our school children bending The model wife does not see how Italy?" "O. ves,"was the reply, "wo a. a note is saved for further use. This is lighter in spirit than I had been for nate, all adapted to the various diseases over school benches Feeling Confidence in the Future. tone of a neighboring clock measured week of the first ft dot3 by a small centrifugal machine. many poor and silly or exciting things were all over It and saw everything.". vvo out its Hiidnignt strokes. Teddy wa3 many a day. At eleven o clock he of humanity. Our pretty lakes are also September, not to stand up straight Mr. Vanderbilt says, there is every- This chips, soaking in oil, are dipped she can say to her tired husband. If "Did you visit the Vatican?" "Yes, As came, and in an exceedingly short time worthy of attention. There is one not ghastly pale, and I felt myself shivering ask she was erupting fearful receiver, the she has anything to She waits until were there, but it with a dread of some undefined fear. managed to make us all feel at home two miles from Palmer called Kanahapa. again till July blows her hot furnace thing in feeling confident in the future. rate tho little invites pleasthat dav, throwing up lava and smokeir:, he is rested and fed. blasts; with the teacher, almost ap- James' Landing, Ark., used to be situ- covar closed, tho belt started, and the As the last stroke died away recog- with ourselves and our sitting-rooni- 1 The lake is small, but the shore on either ant people to her home, not to show and stuff, and they concluded it would ,t nized the unearthly moan, described by once more, lie seemed to nave dropped side is studded with live oaks, it maybe palled, addressing herself to the year s ated in Tennessee. One night the big oil omes in an almost invisible horizon- how many rich things she has, but to not be safe to go up to the top. It was se.iheet against the sides of tho enveltal Bosaleea as so entirely different from into our circle as if he had belonged centuries old. These again are envi- work that lies before her; with tno river went on a bender, and next morn- oping pan and runs into a fink ready make her husband's home hours pass a fine spectacle from the conservatory of , 3 roned by grand old vines, whoso main vere demands that our modern educa- ing the landing was on tho mundane noises. Every mnscle in my there for years. that if she is the hotel, and I enjoyed itquiteasmuch Arkansas for ase. The chips are cleaned so near- cheerfully. She knowscan body wag quivering with intense exciteA few minutes before twelve Mr. stems are as thick as a man's body and tional processes make upon one side of displace her as if I had been right on the spot" half a woman no other n The residents crawled ly taat they barely soil the hands. ment, and. a cold perspiration broke Bolton stationed himself as directed by whose interlacing branches mingle with the boy's nature, leaving his other side shore. bed to be amazed, and dumba certain machine shop worn out in her husband's affections. She is al- Merchant Traveler. out of alone, we are bringing up hi me. The clock clanged out again the the rich gray moss that hangs in fes- severely Mt upon my forehead. ways more attractive in her manners to and had been George The mysterious noises seemed to pro- nour oi mianignt. some minutes toons from every point of the oaks, race of abnormally developed children, founded bit and plunged into despair. and broken files are placed iq a trans-e- n her husband than to other men. She is accepted." had proposed said,. "I can H-a steamboat came along and "Well," she rounded After a e holder on the grindstone frame, ceed from the picture of Lieutenant elapsed without the usual manifesta- whose long arms stretch a hundred feet sharpened at one corner and the genius of the household. But, un sin" and play on the piano and harp, Harry De Wire, which hung quite low tion, until feared the spirits had failed toward the lake. It is, in fact, a verita- off at all the others the beginning of turned her nose into the bank, and the .elft against the face of the stone by fortunately, most of them are dead. , cnifnalnt. and at the seminary I was given a traverse by a belt and the school year may well carry the Captain called out: oa tie wall suspended by along cord. us. a ble fairy bower and well repayB the Philadelphia Times. What in blazes has happened?" a spiral cam, and the result is bits of up in the fine arts, and political economy But, no, m a moment more the dis visitor who sees it by the clear white measure of terror that it does for so Bosaleea directed the hanging, as I 'This new cutoff has moved us into smooth steel just adapted for forging, to and logic, and I can crochet beautifully, many. We need to give less time to ttroBglysBspected for certain oscillatory mal groan was sounded, ana tno avvJ rays of the moon. Cor. San Francisco A shoemaker of Utica, N. Y., has and play lawn tennis, and, and that's boring oar cutters and ke3s, with a mental cram and cerebral culture, and Arkansas, was the reply. not unknown to girls in lancbe or hardware followed. performances saw! Chronicle. Bad! bad! And how do youfeel?" further result of keeping tho stone trued. completed a mechanical curiosity, con- about all, I think. Now, tell me what more to rounding or developing the love; As I drew sear the portrait a iux. xiunuu suui, wane a puzzica. 1 n brass manufactories there is un"Well, we did feel all broke up at besisting of two houses each six feel are some of vour accomplishments, so education would fceUewvefee, with melancholy cadence, pression came over his face. I felt glad A Baltimore contemporary complains boy or girl; and come Jess the awful task that the young first, but we ve had a meeting and talked avoidable waste of the metals in the dufira. Tnside of these houses am ilif. George?" "I nave'nt got any." "Not waUedoet: that our ghost had vindicated itsel an that clergymen are not well paid in the single one?" "Well," lie said with a tudent finds it to be, and life would it over, and we've got a heap of confi- iwcriaj of the melting furnaces, iu the ferent wooden figures worlang at trades me! The horrid noises were suppkJ State of Maryland. The editor "DeWlwl" -J . o lose nothing of importance and high dence in the future.. Come to figgcr up, roiung mm department, wu iuc wire Tli . or nearly 200 a oi inese fimirnc sigh.if the worst should come to tho by the words "Kill the othM tions one case where "a bright young mk to the feor In a dead faint, and power is ..oil three horse worst I think I might be able to cook.' of thiv waste, debts to I opesed my eyes iound myself in- one" issuing: directly from the w. IAuiutvu w ten dollars a month from purpose in adding to the sum of ita we've jumped TennesseeStreet Xews. tho drawing. Whateverbe gathered iswith The motive wit of 800 Walt power engineamount put New York Sun. the sweeping!, can ty J&f' st" prtsirs, surroundea ny aiut- Our landlord stood aghast. o congregation. 'a e. THE MAUD OF THE PERIOD. Tn-- Teddy had summoned faces. mother and Rosaleen by his cries, and the' bore me swiftly from the haunted room. "Tell me, dear." gasped Rosaleen, her face pallid and pinched with fear, "Did hi picture speak to you?" I gave an account of my fright, and Rosaleen told us what she had been ashamed to confess before, that she heard the'voice when she went to press kiss upon the portrait. a good-nigIt was certainty a terrible occurrence, aniHhe fact that it was associated with Lieutenant De Wire's picture filled all of us. and more especially Rosaleen's mind, with themost dismal forebodings. What could it mean? Was it indeed an echo from the spirit land, the warning of some impendingycalamity? To add to our terror, Rosaleen did not receive the accustomed letter from her betrothed, due Monday morning; and when Tuesday night came anistul no news, sue ieu, convinced xyv mmmtm ilHUi" WWi '"I'W the fechn!?. and endeavored to lortay my mind uy reason and argument. I had no faith" in "signs and tokens" and d abhorred the whole gang of ht HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 18S4. HKlt.T3 ii. ajtIf.thusand ton bowl. SMOKE. WHY CHIMNEYS PENSACOLA. He reflected a moment, then pulled "" " M ..- I- vfniS: j,' mm m$$ ifc--t ?Tfek OJtt-XfX- . flH 1J ? Into largo mortars impact of pivoted whole is pounded VOL. XX.jiiHEfU. 7, .ah inn '' anjrtjjscted 1 -r . j ETC.. ETO, AJ113 siaxj TJB- - - toTvThen Ms' s. ' j, -- MOUNP-fVJtUDR- S. sittin- cver-vary-- ng ail'-Tj- 1 I D4IU e, j- .... o"i ii ha-;io- 1' -- nr-riro- ft 1 " ... ., fiypua neraiirsiESEsr' - JVB fifty-thre- e; imow-whit- e, Ml e. long-haire- T -- ice-bor- Xa-lur- e, land-locke- d, ice-co-ld lire-pla- ce ot d fire-plac- e, fire-plac- e, s back-count- ry ox-ca- rt, laud-turtle- s, ear-rin- gs self-contr- ol o V Pil-cri- three-maste- rs as-ist- cd r te fire-pla- ce niiicli-covete- up-stji- r, n, V S'ieot!aBaiS'Tk'rar v- ii'. !' fire-pla- ce -- re',"i I re-mo- vi well-bein- eh-e- . bed-roo- bald-heade- d, dead-beat?- ct down.-t-Som- cr- . self-sacrifi- ce soul-thrilli- Des-pard- s, I pro-print- lW " " , self-operati- I petty-care- be-fo- ra side-tabl- e. - b. to-nig- ht ed '" cup-shap- ed I -- half-doze- j I spr-ogs- I ej car -- men-ment- ed I wbt i waJltfi-oordiP- r'' well-to-d- .- -" r f. "jj - i 'T-- 1, AN INQUiSITIVE POSTMASTER. FARM AND FIRESIDE. Loss and Gain. i1? common oisor-what I doctor-th- at's CHAPTER X. ? Cushions and pillows stuffed with f Cold' say. You look Sam A. Keporter's ran tho Aenture In an ZllinoU nskot contractingafataldiKH.ien- -toTin.TVw. overosee how bad .. a year he Is; an' "I was taken sick lover" iga GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. pine, nenuocn ana snrucu ui T vnnvt better talk to Ills Kxperlcnce at a Spring Fostofllcc 1111 '?,i7c ? is a sure and safe remedy With bilious Julany a little. fashion r ii these Poet Bouncer Comes In Good Play. "My doctor pronounced mo cured, but " explained men do." KENTUCKY HICKMAN. And the Squire essayeTtomoV-- on. this view was too cxtremo to" bo generally terrible pains In Iny A reporter was in a very small totvn K! got sick again, with got so bad ',1 But Preston did not mow? and replied: entertained. Most peoplo were content to immma 10 .vis combine moro jjwu nud- tho best reaedyintheworld I back and sides, and I 43W Illinois one day this week. We wero ities than any other breed. in for Coughs, &c. '; "5" P se if .San 'Sper'enco condemn Seraph for marrying a man "with Could.not move I i One indignant ono foot in the grave." expecting a check from the editor, and MILL. silk or fePfyiTa5up.hl mortage." BIRCHBROOK White lace bedspreads over I shrunk I ,. slid Spragne, woman was bold enough to give Seraph "a ' tnow," consequently our footsteps were directed Silesia nf snmn rlnlin-itshade. With .. naarjecn aooior-irom 'sis ids. to 1201 with refc" to him as tht of her mind," but the widow defended surprise "'Sper'ence papier mache.--- q A noteless stream the Blrchbrook ntm Ing for my liver, but it did mo no good. 1 Citu Derrick. towards the postoflico. Arriving at the. pillow shams to match, erself so valiantly that no ono who heard good to erful Beneath Its leaning trees; AT. Y. Pest. did not expect to live moro than three Sam, an' if the int'rest draws hard on 'em, ot the encounter enred to repeat the experiy office, which is in a little That low. soft ripplo Is Ita own. Porous 'vfw,?Pn-'- ' Chest, Plaster, for very likely ho months. I began to use Hop Bitters. Diroar is the sea's. the That .dull help a little. ment. There was much to bo said, too, A very delicato jelly is made from Itheumauam. 25c. t. f Fame building, we inquired, "Is . thero rectly my appetite relumed, my pains left Sho did not Twouldn't le no more'n bis board's rwn from Seraph's is was Of human signs it sees alone to make me, my entire system seemed renewed a If. any mail for me?" forgetting to givo crab or lady apples. Brown sugartho . . fail Canarys it plain that she of the giving . s Up, i Tho distant J?A th' rI who elopes be termed the by magic, and after using several bottles, windthe greater share ne Bets it," continue mo the our namo. Thef postmaster eyed us for used in tho'malcing, a pound of tho ghost-likof the mist V Boston Star. on a blank of gray; maid And, doctor, "there's a lot be done. fall, and that without her help the pension am not only as sound as a sovereign, but" and glanced ovor sugar being allowed to a pound of The white sail of a ship. a second, You must have the certificate to a physi- could not havo leen obtained at nil. Infruit. Boston Globe. of SUnffinRloflamcation, all Kidney and Urin- weigh more than I did before. To Hop a big package of letters; hwfound nons, cian, and that;s got to be strong enough to deed, so little did her conduct in this case No moro a toller at tho wheel. L Bitters I owe my life." B. Fitzpatiuck. In packing bees for winter, seo that ary tompUtati,' cured hold water. Then there's the affidavits of agree with her usually closo management ,nd then scrutinized another bundle. It wanders at its will: to tell Dublin, June 6, '8L ' : If the boys la the companv whokaw about of money matters that she found defenders to iind the expected letter, there is an abundance of ventilation, dam nor pond is loft Nor Again failing Astronomers Where once was Birch brook Hill. CHATTER It. his incurring disease in on the score of generosity. Tho only part " not only through the combs, so that tho both discoWaewand theatrical managers service he turned towards the rgporter and surstars. Boston Star. I J "!?uaKel the case," interrupted oi mo uuu.lt wuicu irouoieu aer renucuons tvA1.1n 1mca TfVi 1 14ttl nn(lnmn. bees can at any time during the winter him from head to foot. mill have fed veyed Tho timbers of that Sprague, "I should count on you to do that was Squire Sprague's large margin of profit. with attacks of sWt headache." . - , 4 i Long since a fanner's fires; "Say, what's yer name?", he then in- have access to their supplies, but at the "fteugh oa Couehs." Troches.l5c: rjqutd,25e, I suJered work. You know the bovs " She alwavs "lumped" in her reckoning the His doorsteps are tho stones that.ground for Coughs Colds, bore Throat, Hoarseness. Neuralgia, female trouble, for years In" bottom of the hive, so that they can quired. "B.,UF lm, pre The harvest of his sires. buv this fall. Fact is," sum which ho was to receive for his serv.. fZ the most terrible and excruciating manner. have plenty of fresh air. Chicago Jourhe added, laughing, "lm putting in just as ices and tho large profit which ho would Wo told him.and again he turned and A own definition of flirtlns Is "attenNo medicine or doctor could give me many visits as my patients will stand to make on the sale ot the Canary farm, to Man trespassed here; but Nature lost carefully inspected the very same letters nal. tion, without'intoutiott." or cure, until I used Hop Bitteri, No right of her domain; take care of that note of yours I meant to the exorbitant price of which she was as Plates should alwavrf be sent to tho 8he waited, and shf brought the old that he had only a moment before ex- table " The first bottle be ready for it when snow flies, but jf I go sensitive as tho shrewdest farmer. Nervous frcakneo. Dyspepsia, Sexual Do-- " warm for dinner. The best method Wild beauty back again. amined. Then he turned and queried: into this thing, I shall have to neglect jay Seven hundred dollars seemed to her an Nearly cured me;" ' 1 j. b'hty.cured br "Wells' tloaith itcnewer." U. work, and let the note ko till the pension enormous sum for a rich man to mako from "Where's the letter to come from?" is to dip them in boilino- - hot water and The second mado me as well and strong By day- tho sunlight through tho leave let them remain fnr n four mnmrniN T Ax Irritable a poor one, and many were the plans she comes." "Evansville," we answered. Falls on its moist, greon sod. customer who bargains as when a child. "I do' know," and the 'Squire whistled tried to form to prevent such an injustice. And wakes the violet bloom of spring " And I havo been so to this day." "Oh-so! Guess I'll find if, then." pry quickly, pile and set on the table. much, but buys little, Is productive of golden-rod- . reflectively. "I guess you'd better look In this effort she was not a little nided in a And autumn's My husband was an invalid fortwentjf . The same performancqwad ajaia in- Tea cup? should always be dipped in Sam over, anvwav. T? , rhances are sly way by leading men of tho town to vears with a serious Its birches whisper to the wind, dulged in, but without effect. lie lazily hot Water before pouring in the tea. pritty good, we'll go on with it. There'll whom tho Squire's unfailing "luck" in "Rough on Corns." 13c. Ask for it. Complete "Kidney, liver and urinary complaint, The swallow dips her wings bo fever in the spring to pay theuote from, "turning" bad debts was not as milk and American farmers find that turnips euro, hard or sott" corps, warts, bunions. laid the letters aside and asked us if we 14 TvAnn...i nA Vkt. In the cool spray, and on its banks ' 1IUUUUUV.CU wjw vj lAdtin'l rAcf nhtf.L anvwav, likely." honey. After many consultations, IncludJeave tho land clean from sings. The gray were any relation to tne so and so s, or ruta-barclans .f " s ing one with a the bquire kept away lawyer, weeds, but much less fertile than before Modkus young ladies are very fond of a. mutter, in Atlantic Monthly- - for a fortnight, when from the Canarya upon a plan by Wntertown honed to s,ho hit J. that used to live in Ratan Count', "Incurable P' which she disturb MOTHER GOOSE BONNETS. he was called to reflection in the looking-glasKansas. We answered him in the neg- they were grownX.Engllsh farmers say council about ways and means and pros- the complacency with which tho Squire Seven bottles of your Bitters cured him tho turnip is a renovating crop, but it is had .. SA2I CANAErS PENSION. pects. He found that his suggestionlike referred to his management of tho case, A Novelty In Bonnets Which In "Positively ative. SuFTEnEns raoit Gorans, Sore TnnoAT, and I know of the sprung into a purpose that flourished so only by fecdingthe crop on the etc, should try "Brown's Bronchial n a and to save a considerable part of the "Lives of eight persons" "Visiting here, I s'pose?" Too Kunny for Anything money, which sho decided to give to jrxound where grown,tpgether with, 2rocAes,"asureromedy. In my neighborhood that have been laved "Yes; is there any mail for me?" 25 cents a box. How a Parsimonious Squiro was The only opposition came from Juliana, tho Canarys, reserving something as a The novelties in bonnets as seen A unmuch grain or oi meal. 2fL Y. Herald. , by your bitters. -- . "What did yer say yer name was?" and was impalpable, manifested chiefly by for her shrewdness. And many mora are using thm,wlthr'tT Outwitted by a "Woman. To polish wood floors of black wal Wc told him again, and ho remarked silence, and difficult to cope with on that The formalities were completed ' at last, trimmed are positively too funny for SCaT r. great benefit. 'J f account. At last she spoke: "Well, if it's and Seraph received her money. Clark anything, and the leading shapes look that if the letter was there- - it came in nut and ash: Moisten a soft flannel j " They almost . , "How d'do, 'Sper'ence:" and Squire right for Sam to have a pension, I want Township was a long way from the rest of as if they were designed by a crank, on the morning train. vium nun huusvuv uu, mu lliu WOOU Do miracles?" Slack.? . 3frs. E. to have it, of course. see tho world, even the meagre items which Bprague pulled up his rattling buggy be- him why it ain't just as I don't us asmy- reached the "O, yes, that's so. OToogQJer this with it and then with a very soft, clean self for public through tho Watcrtown whose idea was to illustrate in a bori. iP-Crich for How to GetSick. Expose yourself day and from and dry flannel. If this work is trusted fore Experience Canary's leaning gate the Gaylords, an' I'm willfiiKto leave the newspaper being furnished by Squire net his conception of and o! night: cat too much without exercise-- : work the principal char- bundle" hole. licaxtractedanother n. pigeon likely wholly to a Evansville Evansville to the Gov- Sprague's son, and no ripplo ot tho event tuu hnid 'without rent; doctor all Uto time: tako it whole thing just vfc. posts. acters in Mother Goose melodies ad lot's see, that village is in Ohio? ain't be a "success,maid toowill veryoil will not ail tlic ile nostrums advertised, and then you bo much for Of al! men In Clark Townshlp.Canarj least ernment an' Ut them settle it. They'd which had created so much commotion thero will want to know tww t get vtli, which ii another popular fictions for young folks; it?" ought to krow. An' if it ain't right, I ever disturbed the routine of the pension used, and that is far worse than to uso swered In three words Take Hop Bitters l wanted to see Sprague; but he responded don't want nothin' more to do with it. I oillcials at Washington. A day was set for and wli3t may appear still more absurd "Xo, sir. It's in Indiana." no oil at all. Boston Transcript. HyNone srcnulno without a bunch of srreen cordially: "How d'do, Square? Won't ye don't wa folks sayin' the Canarys was the settlement of affairs at tho farm. Seraph is the fact that these shapes are to be covFlops on tho white label. Shun all the vile, pot- "Small place, 1 guess, near Ft. come in?" and he swung slowly out to the snoopin' around after money 'twa'n't right-full- v appeared early, and warned Juliananot to To preserve natural flowers, dip tho illusonous stun with "Hop' or "Hops" In usesr Wayne?" bo troubled at anything which might occur ered and trimmed to carry out'the tieirn." flowers in melted parafline, withdrawbuggy side. name. sion, the melody mania having txtended No, sir. Southern part." "That's jest it, Julany," put in tho nt the meeting. ing them quickly. The liquid should bo "No; guess I can't stop Businobody in Clark tq manufacturers of fabrics and trim"The' ain't Squire. Squire some," "I expect to surprise "Near Posev County? How's politics just hot enough to maintain its fluidity, ness is middlin' drivin'. How's taters? Township don't know that you an' 'Sper'- she added, "an' prob'ly tho fur '11 fly; but the mings, as well as to those who form there?" and the flowers should be dipped one at nothin' that wa'n't I guess 'twon't hurt us none." Fair?" ence never wanted , bhapes. "Hang politics! Is there a letter for a time, held by the stalks and moved nobody would Iny "I swan, Square, "they ain't. I put in rightfully yourn, an' was in Clark Town-it The Squire appeared radiant, as was his The "cow jumped over the moon THE GREAT me?" wont when he natl conducted an enterprise about for an instant to get rid of tho Ave acres, an' I counted on a big yield; but to you. If Guv'ment tho pension years to a successful ending. He felicitated bonnet is perhaps one of the most strikship, you would 'a had "0, letter? I'll see," and he finished bubbles. Fresh cut flowers, free from 8 's now the comln', an' they won't ago. But it ain't. Guv'ment don't know Seraph on tho permanent addition to illustrations of this popular rage. rummaging over the package, and moisture, mako excellent specimens in dt nothin'. It's anough to discourage a nothin' about ye, except what's in your income, and Experience upon having her ing it pretty? Yes, beautiful ! no Is found ono that he eyed for half a min- this way. Toledo Blade. saint." papers." more interest to pav. Ho suggested to junb Imagine a bonnet shape having rather ute nearly. Just then a voice in the THen .i "Sho! Ye don't say! To renovate alpaca or black cash"That's it; the papers tell the story," Juliana that she could now Ube her egg and high crown with brim consisting of two Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica yo won't sell more'n five hundred bushel, broke in Sam, who nad a lurking suspicion butter money to buy "housen stuff," and so rear ot the office yelled: TifeHlv?" mere dress goods, rip the dress LiHBliMo, HifVachc, ncidsrhc, Tootliwlir, pension were to bo voted upon have a place looking like Mrs. Gaylord's in crescents, one on either side, the "Chicken fight. Bet a dollar on the pieces ready to place into aand fold Bore Throat, StrcUlns. fiprnln, liralse, "Five hundred bushel 1 W'y Square. I that if his prepahis chances would bo very a few years. Into the midst of his urbano points coming together in centre Jones' cock!" in Iturni, Scnld. 'rot Kite, Eba'n't sell three! An' taters is plenty this small. ration made as follows: Two ounces of congratulations he threw occasional re- of back and front. The frame is coveted And AH Other BODILY PAINS nnd ACHES. With the letter in hand the postmas- borax; one ounce of gum arabie, dis- Bold byDrujnrjtand Dealers ererywhere. FinyCtat fall. I doubt they fetch more'n fifty cents." sdded the Squire, "is why marks showing that without him this embroidered ter made his exit through tho back .bottle. Directions In 11 Laneuaers. "Wa'al, it's hard times, sure enough. I "An' that," have the papers look right. could never have come to with Kurshcedt's For the Cnre of Kidney and I.irer Coss. need to THE CUAKI.ES A- - TOOEI.KIt CO., e was expectin' about two hundred dollars on voumustn't put in 'bout you an' 'Sper'ence, pass,prosperitv ground, with" sirrer door. We sat down and waited ten solved; before adding to the mixture (Saccrtwrttoi-Toaxnplnlnts, Constipation, and all disorders and leading his listeners to appre- ve'i'et in Yo Jtco. Baltunore.Kd..u.S.A. enough hot waver to cover the goods, the mortgage this fall. Don't see how I an' the Gaylords, or Guvment would think ciate the great credit due him for his benefi- stt,-- i over the surface. On the top, arum? from an impure stats of the BLOOD. minutes, then called in a parsing boy which should be made very blue.with To women who suffer from any of tba ills pecucan do without it, noway." What is Calarrh? ye tryin' to create, sympathy, an' wns cent interest in their affairs. slightly on the right side, a silver cres- and gave him a dime to go round the liar to their asz it is an unfailing friend. All "Can't raise it, Square. I was calclatin' frauds. The papers must be short an' Seraph bore it calmly, but bhowed a de- cent is secured, while n bluing, such as is used in rinsing white a dlseue of the Druprhts. One Collar n bottle, or address Dr. d It is to git it out o? them taters, but now they're sharp an business-likback way and call the government clothes. Stand until cold or over night. an' it takes jedg-me- sire to proceed at once to the business in David Kennedy, P.ondout, N. Y. mucus membranccen-cralTcow in antique bilver is mounted jon a official. gone. There's the int'rest, any wav, an' the to make 'era. Jedgment's what ye hand. orietnattng in If needed, one tablespoonful of the exand-iL needs shinglin', an' Julany was 'lottin'on want in a pension case." jumpseemingly in the act of "I b'lieve. Square," she said, "I was to pin the "Want to see me?" he innocently in- tract of logwood can be added; mix well rJLtI! Drv.ry ina!tnasal pauageiand a an' I swow I'm clean The Squire's "jedgment" carried tho day, pay you two hundred dollars of this ing over the silver n before it. quired, coming to the window. &S!aKywiM tainlnc Its strong discouraged. I've 'bout made up my mind p. before adding the goods. on In the Tour Life-- Be A cloud-lik- e trimming of silver gauze is papers were finished, they money." to give you back the farm, go into the shops and when theclear a case of a "For heaven's sake, man, aro you wrong side, very wet, with Pressirons.tho miRS&OiA'JL' 'cauj holdj" !nt Itbead. From Of this JYoMee Mar Save Kidneys A. Com"Yes," tills sends forth tnoval or Htones from the hot constitution part of assented the Squire, "that was intermixed with loops of velvet ribbon, crazy? I have been here an hour." resented village, an' let Julany take boarders. E roken by as at the apoL r.c jns virus along tho contract. The money I've paid mon Complaint Amona both Sexes and N. Y. Times. and incipient fbe membranous lln I hate to do it; it's dreadful wo&rin' all tion as the malaria critical pensionconsump- out, an' the time an' trouble I've put into it and the face is tilled in with niching of Ages A. Xtrllllant Jtecovery. "Want mail? What's yer name?" lawyer l':Rs and thronch the most round, an' there's the seven hundred dol- could require. The soldiers were collected would come to more'n that if I should mako silver and white gauze lace, through U restive organs, SrTixanEUMaaaMarchZ!lSS4. "Come outside, you danged stinker, MATERIALS FOR REPAIRS. lars an' all the int'rest I've paid. But I in the Squire's sitting-rootte b'ood and Dr. David Kennedy, Rondcut, A". T. : ornaments on and I'll &bow you.'' to talk over out a reg'lar 'fount; but we'll call it that." which silver rr duv nt; other troub-l- DejleSik For tea years I had been afflicted with see no other way." can't "I've got th me anJ dangerous Sam's three vears' service and its inci write areceip"."money for you if you'll just llexible stems dance and twinklo liko The Squire gave a low, hesitating Kidney disease In Its most acute form. 'What I snf "0, you're the fellow that was stand- How 1'nrmcn May Save Time by Using symptoms. real tars through a passing, snowy ing here awhile ago?" glance swept past the dental hardships. They recalled their while his f ered must be left to the lmaclnatloa for no one can "That's right, Seraph. I allns like to see Forethought and System. through the mists of and sufferings Cream Ttnlm Is a appreciate It except Tho have conethroush 1U rickety, un painted old house, which prom- glories years. None of them lied, of course; a woman business-likcloud. Women-folk- s remedy based upon a "Are you going to give me my mail?" When a tool or machine is broken or ised rare sport for the November winds, fifteen to many physicians and to many different kinds e rrert diaRnosls don't know halt enough 'bout business as of The flight of fancy caused by seeing but what with the "Here is.a letter." over the drought-browthis disease and can be of treatment, and spent a great deal ot money, only to hungry fields, and ing their memories doctor's skill in refresh- a gen'ral thing. But I brought up the notes the bongets out of order on the farm, it always HAY-EEV- ER as to the physical effects "cow jumped over the moon" depended upon. Suets. find myself older and worse than ever. I may say that But before he gave it to us a young rested on the cattle in the pasture, which of drOETrfBts: CQrta. tiv "jede- - an' mortgage an' everything. It '11 save their privations, and the the lingering September sun showed to be mnnr." in eM.f tntr nnrtinns Squire's fnr thA trouble jest to have a gen'ral settlement." net is arrested and imagipation descends lady came in and the postmaster turned saves time to have the materials for re- man rezlitered. Fanplehort cat by mall Wets. Kit 1 used 25 bottles of a preparation widely advertised as a specific for this precise son of troubles, and found Sliltnhla . . . .. to the earth, earthy, at sigfit of tho his attention to her. They chatted pair at hand. Hours, or even days, Bbos, DroEEUts, t wero, 3J. Y. still "spring poor." Clearly Ut3 could UUIt v, It entirely unelcso at least In my case. " "You know I ain't in vou're trade with . Your FAVOIUTE RKMEDY I aar It with aper-- f pet for the farm tho eighteen hundred dol-. Square, an' if vou'll jest settle Mother Hubbard bonnet, adorned with away for five or ten minutes, but our may bo lost, at a season when time is 'Sper'ence, ect recollection of all that was done for me beside--l- s U UUC. iO M1U Mivvuj vin.u aWT tars which Canary still owed. He the only thins that did me the slightest cood; and I I TTftft ti rnra V1a rannpa hfin t YGnnY TMnr'lr renown patience was gone. with me, you an' he' can flgger int'rest as the metal dog of missing-bon- e have some money, not the place. am happy to admit that It gave me rermanent relief. valuable, for want of some small ap- QHQ1B Township. As the prospects brightened, long as you like," and she opened her little in the various attitudes of expectation. 1 cave recommended FAVOIUTE KEMEDY to "Any hay?" "Will you excuse me, mam? This inhand-ba- g the Sam's "Only 'nough to winter: an' I shall have parent.needs of a pension became more ap- wnuen for me money. The receipt was The Punch and Judy bonnets are others fernal galoot has been two hours hand- pliances. Among the materials which money counieu out, tne of these He was wont to celebrate the ami pinch at that, I reckon." to d CLASS BOOKS. creations. Ono ing mo that letter that he is holding in even farmer should alwas havo at Dr. Preston In the wide world for this distressing and often fatal "Can't Sam help you a little?" suggested favorable bulletins withfor weeks after und Squire's fingers lingering a little over the has a hunch-bac- k crown and scoop brim his hand!" hand in his are the followcomplaint. . other boon companions the crisp bills. the Squire, at length. Use this letter as you deeu best for the benefit or Now I must be gittin' back to the viling: and another shows a Fedora crown with Yours, etc. LtuaX CEawroso. CHORAL "Sam I Square, ye know what Sam is. news came. "Letter? O. yes! Here it is." Others. lage, an', 'Sper'encjJ, if you'll just git up Bad and exposure made more brim, and a still more Cords, ropes, twine and packthread Wa'al, this summer he's wus 'an ever. He's rapid whisky uron his strength By I O. KUEIMUD'. We grasped it eugerly and heavens, s to settle singular shape reminds one only of inroads than the my boss I'll leave vou got the shakes agin pritty bad, his cough's for temporary tying, closing bags, putJf o better prortslon for i he needs of choirs has for a affairs.5' it was for bmitli. lonj; lime A up, an' no won't let licker alone. ague had ever d me, and it became clear you're own startin' ting up various'packages and repairing Church Music, nd f mll InstructiveruMe collection of Experience astonished and tho Mephistopheles in "Faust." Philadeltoure "Say, this letter isn't for me!" He's a good boy, Sam is; but they give him that if the pension reached him it must Squire uneasv.looked vou an' 'Sper'ence phia Times. CMOIlvr, 1VOKSIII1 has Sto paws, divided cushions. Packing needles largo asfolto-s-"So came that The girl tittered. licker fer shakes in the army, an' he can't come quickly. Then the wordIks no pages for tho elements, full of 1 come, did ye?" he asked. the payment would probably enough to take small and strong twine made in settled 'fore exercises and .secular bons in 1.2,3.r parts; let it alone only 'bout so long." "Istrt your name Smith?" TSpazesof Iltmn Tuni-- s in all meters: I'd pae of "Course 3'e give him all the rest of the back Arizona Cacti. "Got the shakes in the army, too, didn't about two months. Experience, Anthems, and about 3D pages of miscellaneous ttacred This was too much. We remembered are sometimes a great convenience. shaking pay, jest as ye agreed." "I'm fearful," said he? Why don't you git a pension for him? for concerts. "Wa'al, no, wo hain't," replied Seraph. The of Arizona should the many days we had acted as spring Saddlers' and shoemakers' thread is music for the Ketall Price, tl ; Price per dci, r?. his head slowly, "that Sam won't last so Mailed Kind o' gen'ral malary, I reckon." long. It's too bad, consld'rin' the time an' "Fact is, Square, I've concluded to keep be a group of cacti with a few lizards poet bouncer at the Argus office and very strong for its size, and may be "Wa'al, I do' know. We never reckoned nicbest Honors at all OKEAT "WOKIVD'S the back 'KltEIXS EXIIIBITIOXS for Seventeen Tears. Only to come down to that. The Canarys has money we've put into it, sayin' nothin' o' ye know, pay myself. itI'm Sam's widder, rampant in the foreground, and tho jumped over the partition. The maiden used for various purposes, besides being an' I need more'n 'Sper'enco always on hand for repairing harness The Model Singer AND always paid their own way. But since this havm' counted on the money, an' got our American Organs Awarded such at any. For Cash, fled, and then the matinee for gentleTOWXER. Easy rayncnts or .Rented. back pay come in, everybody's gittin' a plans made up accordin.' That's the hardest Hoes." it!" exclaimed the Squire. "W'y, background ornamented with Gill men only commenced. First one of on rainy days, when not convenient to "Keep Classes. pension 'most. We need it as much as any- part on't." and centipede?. that old party's heels would knock over employ a regular mechanic. All these ForSlnglnsentertslulnf; and useful book of r2 -PIANOSA convrni'lt, 4I s'DOse." comments Juliana., "that if ye ain't do it. Twon't stan' law. Seraph monsters, tarantulas body, an moro'n of 'em." conta'.Mns lit (raded Exercises. 37 Glees and Gates, yo agreed fair nn' square, 'fore ever Such a seal would be unique, and also a pile of "(fead matter," then as he materials may be often secured by FreenMng very highest excellence yet "Of course you do. If Sam got malary his wifo had only Jived, sho could havo hod we let yo marry Sam, that ye wouldn't irt Bone, a iljmn Tunes, IS Anthenn and 4 Chants: merely saving what is frequently thrown such Instruments: adding to all previous lonva nrtrl &1Mrwrt tln tnntarlnl fn(hA tahir' the money, anyway. It would 'a done her claim nono o' tho In the army an' broke down his constitoo-tioImprot ements one of greater lvalue than any; Mailed for laeEetoU Price, eta. ; Price per doz., back pay, an' Mis' keep before the public eye some of tho swung around again another would awaj Twine, for instance, which tones and Increased there ain't no reason why the Guv'- some good, poor creatur' !" i,iim ndtini. I was to The Squire, who had brought the news Sprngue heard ye.'Sper'enceto liev two hun most characteristic features of a land of knock over a lot of Congressional re- comes on packages from the durabilirv: cnerlaUv avoiding liability 31 ger out of ment should't help him. Guv'ment's rich. B dred dollars an' rest. You which the early comer coined the apt ports that he was saving to 'ell for old catalogues free. the AJO tune. ll!utrati Look at Jim Gaylord's folks that keeps the from Washington, rose soon after this was to get the eight II.VHI.1.X OKGAX AM) PIAOCO..B 40 a month, an' saving that "evcrv bush has a thorn, paper, and about four hundred packages and other shops, should be carefully as'dollars ! tn l.--a Trrmonl Street: Aw lnrt, for there to Mittineague. They got speech, accompanied to the wagon, of it's big pay for your.trouble. I never heard! and rolled up in or a pension for their boy that they always course, by Experience. Outsider he said, o'sechathing! It's scond'lous, goin' back j cAcri " V East 14th St.: Chleaso, 14 WabsiUAvs. beast a sting, for the stranger." of garden seeds sent by Congressman sorted and placed in a box neat ballsdeskeins, specially supported, an? that never did a tap o' work decisively; "Sam ought to gifmarried." A charming collection of genial little songs for Prl- After a long residence in this land, how- - Snags to his constituents in that county. voted to it. Wrapping-pape- r on your 'greement that way."' CTIinY ForYoungMenandWomea saved in 'fore he went to the army. Now look at "Land sakes, Squire! He's jest, OlUUl Thorough and "The' wa'n't nothin' to bind the bargain, ' ever, one finds the old pioneers ready to Then his right arm would hit his date a similar way and carefully packed 'em I ilis' Gaylord's got her house painted in consumption, an' ho wa'n't never no HOME struction given by mall Inpraatical Inirr T"tlWTT .. Inirrnra 4a11 m.v T niuwInH Viotflrt fn Ml, points ,t. f llicu .. an' Wn f w" ...i. . .j. 1 .;. nia . Af imuiv uu oil Inc. Business Forms.Arlthmetlc, Sbork Mailed fur the Retail Price, 3J cts. ; Price per doz- (3. an' all fixed up with store carpets an' stuff, r creat ketch. Sam wa'nt." ill iaiui Ui tl.Afti stamp and knock it so that it would away may occasionally be of much use. hand, etc Terms moderate. Send stamp for pan it unless strike his mucilage bottle and carom aa' thev take butcher's-mea- t deserts. One of the twice a week. aon't OLIVER DITSO.Y JZ CO., ISoston. x "lhets jest tno trouble, pension jyo isee. stan' to "You was I want to," returned polet to B. S. BUSINESS COLLEGE, BoSalo, Another box, with apartments, should to have two hundred Here's Sam comes home all broke down, S'posin he goes 'fore tho "comes, Seraph. tries to find in the word Arizona onto the ink bottle and break both. contain rivets and screw-bolt- s dollars for your work, an' you've got it, of differ- C. II. D1TS0X & CO., 867 Broadway, New York. you an' Julany take care of him for thrn where be we?" en' niCOCEWT.WS;OaeerpyfTcn Then another arm would go thiough the meaning of "the more'n nothin'. Is that right? What's right for 1 Ell O coinmlsstons:leserter While this view was taking; lodgment in though it's no more the job's wuth. an' yo zone," and with still morebeautiful (sic) the air and knoek off a lot of circulars ent sizes. Some may be saved from Ahandsomellookof lfiOpagcsonf fJVP Wyeara; sha'n't'git sentiment and o' this money with my and the rich man's right for the poor man, I L. & Courtship. worth tlUfcent free worn-oIeilon fe. Increase: experienceand laws. machines, "and others purWrite for circular or eo Address Lnion Pub. Co, Jfe art. S.J. less fact, another says it means "the from the Henry College Lottery, and chased say. That's what Guv'ment's for." buggy. Heleaned t consent-- so there." horse and climbed into the A. W. llcCOUMlCK. & SOS, Cincinnati. Ohio. at a small price at hardware Iho astonishment in Experience's faco land of the beautiful maiden," in honor, finally with a wild yell ,wo picked him "Thet's so, Square. The' ain't no nr.rthaTci.a.iihAMr. ctnrtinirnnii iiiTir.).,i NPPfJAT Inducements to learn Telecraphy, or aad TELEGP.APHY. or A few stores. Writing that. But this world ain't a very his argument: "Of course it ain't right for now worked itself into a protest characterWiUtfHla HEUE. situations I presume, of some ancient squaw. The up and fired him through a back useful, as thev copper rivets are often tree. Corn. siinr(.il:int and Tvdb Ann Arbor,Terms LCfiDU Address .Lr.vTixiBK03.,JaneSTllle. Wis. Mich. are easily inserted and place when ye git at It." 4 E.K.Telez'h College, no way fpr istically mild. fa'r him to go off without pervidin' part of the commu- window, right through a big poster of secured. Nails, tacks and brads of dif"It's fair enough to them that fights for you, after all you've dono for him. An' "I never would 'a thought this on yo. more matter-of-fatheir rights," rejoined the Squire. "There I've spent consid'able money on he case I Seraph; I never would have b'lieved you'd nity are willing to think that it means the Snags County District Fair that was ferent sizes, are indispensible. Copper ..uuuvu. b.K, liutuui .WIUUUW. ilJUU, should like to get out. You speak to Sam go"back on your word." see through n stun "the dry zone," from ari and- zona. acting in the place of glass. tacks may be sometimes handily used for CniFifps, BStrtB BWXfiPff sPST Br"f V ssVIBlBsn 'Sper'ence, ye can't cm uuuuij '9jci:u w eiii uerjj an- wait nil "bout it, and I'll look up a woman for him. As we got on the train the next mornwall when the fiole's as bic as a cart wheel. Whatever the name means, the fact restraps and simple harGuv'ment conies along an' inquires ye out, seein' as he can't get out much. I guess A.L..T. .. 8lan .' uning at St. Louis, we heard the newsboys repairing leather more llexible than iron, Dom P'ucKea till mains that it is a dry zone of most ness, as copper is an' paints an' shingles your house, an' buys know the right one. Ephraun Gate's wid- - n s P!e J'0" n !5 was gone 'fore you'd pleasant size, as one soon appreciates yelling: "All about the bloody affair at and may be bent and easily secured. ye a 'cause your brother der wouldn't mind gittin' eight dollars a' the last Eurjbodr who rends as directed gets a present worth from 20 tents to $50$. got used up in the army, you'll wait one month to help her along. She's a smart ' make ai,rcw-- . T,he money wa'n't goin' to after a few day's march across its plains. Snagsville. Eight masked robbers at- Por the same reason there should be TK.imtlrfn.lTl(S: nilLTRT Ktirin. t ct dnirom of hitmc th sltrxlr well known and popnUr raultrriam K?m, o the Squire, here, that's mar v idclr nrahtnl sue iltrwl cti into h mts whtr It ii not alreidy known, bi determined to throw oS all profit spelL That aint the way tho Guylords got business woman, Seraph is; an' sho ' V0"- To the stranger the vast number and tack the postmaster, who shoots tVo always on hand a supply of copper as port iu of Ids .cap UI fur th oie pcrpoae of icerratiPC th. cucnlatJoo. t 100,000 coptts. tl: t ye r sn J in addiuon cs their pension, nor the Hitchcocks, nor the wouldn't be none nfraid to talk back to folks ?ot mten h(; K110"'8 what Vi do ,WIth' for a variety of cacti in Southern Arizona are and drives the others off. Object afttt deciding to mere ei'enncly ajtertite than eier before tho following plan baa been adopted by ca. wwell as iron wire; the copper may bo Powerses, nor none of 'em.'' if thev said the marriage didn't look well, farra that nin w"th half what you're a continual source of interest- - The robbery!" to be During this speech the Squire had slowly' She's got a tongue of her own." As the payin' for it, an' I won't help along no subtituted for twine in many case to adgathered his reins, and with a nodded Squire drove off he added: "I would'nt say mikity. 1 would'nt say nothin' if ye most conspicuous of these is the enor- ' We 'only smiled. AVe could afibrd to vantage. Strips of saVicilTtionKolc and mail THE roCLTIIT KEEPER reraUrly to TonOK lHHindliDn- r, w"l an inch good-da- y wa'n't payin' more'n the farm's wuth. It's mous columnar shaft of the giant can- smile;, Ave hadjiucceeded. in borrowing tibieh J ntiUtL holder tco ef It folltrwioc present. If any ondirea twar- dalely tntl a aiml rd and a chuojpto Dolly, he rattled nothin' 'bout it to Julany till ye git it nfi r mcir uucri'iiua "uim mmev. uy vi ivcajcAix. Ce.pt leer rul M lent IS a terrible poor place to own as a gift. I delabra cactus, the sahuaro of the Mex fifty cents of a friend in St. Louis to buy or two in width, are valuable for repairdown the stony roadr settled with Sam. an' let him tell hec. .She ing fractures in wooden tools and ma"Cur'us," he muttered, "that I never might think we was kind o' GIVEN AWAY OF counted on 'Sper'ence Canary's turniu' 'bout it. Women is cur'us 'bout sech things, for the monev, an as for helpin to have icans. This is only found on the South-- 1 dinner with, and our pass was sale in chines, by nailing across the fracture. em plains, where it frequently reaches our pocket. Evansville Argus, 100 shiftless. I might 'a seen it. I got a pritty an' it don't do no hurt to manage 'em a ht- - you swindled, I won't stan' it." lfea ration f a.OCO ta r. ft. l:.riE,atTeat. of SMU There should be always on hand a suf1,000 Foetet Mier rait Kaires .1,0I0 10 l.S.Creataets at $10.... ........ , fair price for the form, though, considerin' tie now an' then." The Squire's face was a study meanwhile. a height or liny feet, ouch examples l,l)O0 Cat-- Flet Kaliee ficient supply of bolts, screws and extra 1.000 10 I. S. CreeaUleafl10 l.'0 l,GO0t.a.CreealaciifS.Irsh it didn't cost me nothin', an' if I git this 1,000 was severely Its pleased urbanity gave way to astonish- are two feet or 'more in diameter at the NOVELTIES OF CHINESE COS- knives of the mowing and reaping maMelel flUeJ CalaaiUa Llecla 'it The tog &J0 10 lieata- - bal4 rtateata, taill .... eatat pension through, I'll git the mortgage tried inSquire's diplomacyMrs. Gates. She ment, and the astonishment was followed base. The main columns are usually Graa1Siaaro FUbo......m. ....... TUME. u his Interview with 300 lOladW ....V... CM Grand Cabtaet Organ. ...... chine, so that immediate repairs maybe cleaned up. 'Sper'ence's an' Dr. Preston's was an 300 300 . SOBWHIier " lairrlean " brisk woman, pleasant '' by a white rage, from which every trace of supplemented at tan or fifteen feet from lThree aeat Baetawaj.... is the only poor debts I've got, an I reckon to look unon or to sneak with, havinc a. suavity and 490 1W iSoUalrt l'lutR4 Flarer lUaga made when necessary, and the work not disappeared. He Ml.er Dtaacr fcenlre ..... ...... 1,000 Toy Kvggtee. ..... . v..... ...... ............. l,lvU irateat Haneatera the ground by from two to four branches, Xothing l'lts Uxrept IIU Stocking, Jacket stopped in the midst of haying and har: I'll git somethln' out o' the doctor on this Btrnni. "Vla otiroirrinPM whlph pnnVtlat burst forth "Yo won't stan' it, won't ye? OU) . 1,000 Z,0COt.lrtaatSrtt.rau..... ami Cap. I01.S CrrratatWeft'O eaek job." I'd liko to see you help yourself. I'll teacE which grow but of thotrunk and extend 5 Haw KIk rarIorP.il, lUOOSatogralhitlamstl tn "t. -- vAn" with the world. rll.r.... " ................. 3,060 !,C0tl! Ilaaer KIata, Laalea Srtast flaa, Casta' 1,000 uv 3 tillage larta., ... Dolly paused, and tho Squire's keen ear five years before with her boy to careTft: e to, The principal feature about a China- vest. farm can do without gimlets, awls, aVut the. ,n,ikty ,f a church straight up, parallel with it. The colfor No caught the sound of another vehicle. Searf Fins leiietf, rasa aaaChala, ana C3,4?t other prevent,,,Taloed from 20enta to 1, main a gren4 aggregattea of member that's practiced law here forty umns are tinted from the jrround to man's costume is the fact that nothing and her husband's funeral expensesto pay, years tw hhtiuii wee avnu aa ev cvai. pretests, lacs guaranteeing a prewo, to augers," bits, wrenches, planes, ham"There's the doctor now, an I guess I Rh had rtnnothosnthinirs.andhadaennirPi! the same as if I'd been admitted an' sent to any awarded in a fair and. impartial manner Freients will in f th aboTO presents will ta So must have a talk with him. He's mostly a small bank account, as well as a rennta sworn. I'd like to know what ye think o' the top by alternating deep grooves and ever fits but his stockings. His cloth- mers, and other tools for similar pur..14 a year a inbacnber fart ol tie fsite Statu or Cata. t. na ie pMUg will Ipric fvr from any subscription to forward prwenta. M.'j--s til and therefor w charg nothing th regular CTTTPiTI'rS which Ton 14 - conduct. SO fav'rable to pensions if you take him right," tion among her neighbors for being "a trifle your ownYe married Sam hharp ridges, the latter fringed, by., a ing consits really, of threo or four shirts, poses. The in the workh fir thapreient, UlR rROFlT will t in your fstnr ratnaag and th increased ratout w will get for cor a4rrtitlng mused the Squire. Canary for nothin' Get cteoryoor tneidi tojom ion showing it lolbem. eesa Although 'jare ol S t.By.BiTTlC5 J Kit.TUG rOCLTKT KECEK for on j(.u ty cutting ton near" in her dealings. The Smiire revolved' pension mouey, an' I In the world" Ibut his dense growth of spinesyear, and aa nnmbored receipt for nth af yasr tho fashion of a shop being placed against the wall, the or garments made after will teed too Dr. Preston was a swarthv, d can prove it. s'pose the-- e strange plants grow on the si many times the terms in which he should No postponement subs ;berj, ar.1 one extra ft r your troutl various tools should be hung directly man, with an abundant development of introduce the subject he had in hand, and you've forgot that I know how near gone and in front and having S5.00 so w wo will send yon schsrrlrtus and thirteen receipts. bodv and brain, of neither of which he had he finally decided to take his wifo with him. Sam was when you come that night. I and most barren plains, yet their pithy shirt, each opening" Stlth 9 ma rltll f S This th number over it on the wall, and be always neatly er SODT13Ci'SCi;lBEUwnHoffer twill hold cood till Deeeartcr all 3.2alr. aiw toshall limitsabacrictioca cf new tub UAlij lirSL.1 aCTirticn forward at an axlr would adnia or fheciU five buttons, a sacred number. These till made the best use. They had been culti- in order to throw a candid, straightforward could show it up to Guv'ment as a fraud, trunks are always so full of water that r kept in place. The boxes and apartwtn date, as in na case nut they tie received later uan vated to the exclusion of moral qualities, air over the interview, Mrs. Sprague being an' that 'ud stop your pension quicker'n the stroke of an ax will bring oozing out buttons are never in a straight row. but ments for holding nails, screws, rivets, Is th test and abln edited Fonltry Fsper in tho twontry and already baa a drcv ""ii raor t get th deilrad nnrobor. lCErr.rj and of that keen sensitiveness to public lightnin'. Ye got hold o' the wrong man I fit rUUulrii irrnrn lationofSOCOOcopiet, and only reqsirea e of good works tho church, half around thr cord, etc., should bo placed against the ceuuiss sixteen rajee, bcabtifully Uluauateo. i eiia new to max pcutry pay. opinion which is so often a fair working a pillar indorsement of in transaction whose when ye tried to browbeat me, Mis' Gates." a small set of drops along the wound in a sort of passive would a made, and the is sometimes body. The outer garments have sleeve Coun substitute for principle. Preston had no do .much further side of the any suspicion of Itsl "1 never pretended but what I married saved from death traveler Read How GOLD by resort to its d more fondness for the Squire than had Ex- nonesty. to restrain a foot longer than the arm, a fact which try Gentleman. Sam for bis pension I diuVt marry him perience Canary, but ho was too reckless to pith. The j;lst of May the tops affords abundant opportunities for theft. You Can The interview was a long one, find the to 'bleege you, Square Sprafrue. an' mebbo In mating op tie shore lit cf TSO.000 Pi rRFSCtTS, w decided to rnerra ..care to avoid 'any man, so when he saw bquire'a arguments were many, but the it you'll find it out. An' if anybody calls my of the columns are fringed by a crown ISfCOdtob dnidod equally among th first 00 subscribers received. If yon COTTON-SEEMEAL A Chinaman's jackets aro his thersend M cent ion wOlb entitled to ONE KHTIIT roM for 0M1 FBtSENT, Get This opraguos signs ot stopping he slackened was that Mrs. Gates agreed to appear inurriuiru a lruuu. I've got your certificate of beautiful tubular white llowers, from mometer. He will say: "To-da- y is and It your letter is among th erst UN recoiled Jtw mu r enrrue t this his own pace. beauuru watch. W will pnut In tail in th January issa of THE FOTJtTBT in two weeks, and saowin' it's letral an' right. You're my at the Canary Elegant KEETER th name and addresses of the winners f th 100 GOLD WlTCHEa. "Busy as ever, Squire," ho observed, by to marry Sam;homestead was an under- witness, nn' if .there's any fraud, there's two to three inches long. The 'base of three jackets cold, and if it increases at Xot Injurious to Calves If Feu In , Moderaand thero This otTer is bona tit and will b carried ut to th letter. Send new, don't wait. tion. this tube contains from a few to fifteen this rate, way of greeting. "The devil makes rat- standing that when sh received her pen- moren me in it, you'll una to your sorrer. will be four or five ,000 la ao well established, baling already Gold ffaMi tling times for you lawyers." IrlC rUULllli KLLILti Subscribers. and iabactedby No, the certificate ain't thero" as the or twenty drops of delicious honey-lik- e sion she was to retain only the future quarOne of our subscribers writes that his ilJnr TUC DfilHTHVewrVCCOCD soar baarffttUttX what w amp: capital. jackets cold." In subaenbera aothat eeeTTonef ror 50,000 "Yes, business is pritty drivin.' I hear terly payments, all of tne two thousand Squire made a desperate lunge for her nectar. By cutting the base of for 5trcts. deed w coiid not afford otherwiM with a paper that haa already aecured Their shoes are well known, and their neighbor has lost three calves from feed"an1 there ain't no more money inere;3con8iu.'a:ie .sickness, too. i s'poee dollars of brvck paj- - going to Experience, hand-ba- g sucscriMrssn rjment.l,naourjteojjsoci wooreajiraanew just'above the base of the pistil, caps are of three or four different forms. uu fcci. yuur biiare on'w reiurnea tno except a couple ot hundred .te'tho Squire. there neither. 1 knew the kind of a man I meal, as he supposes, departcre will think aa sSer to gtr away 130,000 la presing cotton-see- d ent is moat unreasonable and unpTofitabl; but let na aay to Squire, amiably. Before the two 'weeks passed, however, she was dealing with, an' they 're all safe to one can draw into his mouth from the One they call the "watermelon cap," of and he asks what there is in this feed ta 110.000 ell such persona that it cwts anywhere from "I don't get enough" to take care of that "Watertown. You may talk till tho cows tube thus opened all the honey. Suchi tosecuraalargoareulatmo to a paper. Wasxawafapnb. shape of half a watermelon, having note, if that's what you're driving at," re- was summoned in haste ono' night to Sam's come" as the Squire broke into an angry a mode of taking food would be worthy thefront-piec40,000 in on week In siring away fr Inker that spt bedside. but instead, a knob on that shou Id be so fatal to calves. and adrertutng hia pupers, and th mcooy was weil s pant, plied Preston, in quick distrust of the Sprague met her at the outer door. torrent of words "but there ain't nothin of place in fairy lore, and is without no top bv which it is handled. The for it secured for him an established circulation that paid "We have not recommended the use of tho other's suavitv. Publiahing nowadays must good interest on the investment. "Come right up. Seraph; you're jest in ye can do 'thout I agree to it, an' yp'll-finparallel in meal for young calves beseal or not at all. It costs . experience vithcr b den en an catena! "Wa'al, no.'I wa'n't thinkin' o fJae note time. I'm watchin' second is like a round top felt hat with cotton-see- d 'Sper'enco it out after ye've stormed a spell, too.1' . Justaa much fT matter, and just aa much forSlastrationa, In September these white llowers have the sides turned up, and others aro cause it is not all decorticated, and tho Fact is" and he smilea coasto an' Juhvoy'a all tired out. Come up still, auis cpecuum not,quen.f.jne angry. electrotypes, editorial aerricea, rent and for setting up tho with show tusks that confirmed his resemblance an' we'll have the job right over." oeen replaced 'bya large, softf fruit of various shapes. , The, color of the husk of cotton seed is exceedingly tough trp for a piper of 100 circulation as It does for s saparatwr areu'atwn On small editions, each on t th to a beast of prey "I stopped yo about At daybreak Sam Canary wal dead, and absolutely to his little world on all ques- which the Mexicans and Indians make knob on top of the hat is the sign of and indigestible, entirely unfit for a itema sweUa the cost of a single paper alarmingly, but on very some sickness. They'll want yo to stop in Seraph held Squire Sprague's certificate tions where the mysterious "law" came in, into a many papers iars tditions, th eiptas is spread Tr a e rude kind of jelly and pack it rank among mandarins. The lowest young calf's stomach. If the cotton thatlarg Sam Canary-- . He's got the shakes that she was his lawful widow. that it is almost entirely loot; Uuni can that he wftsslow to comprehend that this away for winter use in clay pots doing a tarrsbminess. Tbiaia proSts can turned only by again dreadful bad." made wear a gilt Knob, then a white stone, a seed was well decorticated we do not The Squire appeared at the Canarys' woman had completely beaten him. Tho by precisely what w e propea doing with las Paeirai aTssrsa. themselves. "Got 'em at the agency this time, or has early on the day of The difficulty of se- dear crystal, a pale blue stone, a deep think that, fed In moderation, it would We win send a printed list f th Awards free, and all to storm of his wrath raged on; but Seraph he been to AVatertown again?" laughed the be sure that Seraphthe funeral in order Presents will b forwarded to Holder at Xtosipts ss ttey was duly recognized knew her ground, and was not daunted. curing a fruit growing on the top of a olue, a pale red and a deep red, in order injure a calf. But it is execcedingly doctor, incredulously. among the mourners and in the minister's "When the Squiro at last paused for breath, spiny column from twenty to forty feet 0DK OLD rATBOSS A5D SUSSCSIBtU, wtam w numworn by in nitrogenous matter and oil, and only ber by tb thousands, should at one go to work and balp na "I s'pose Sam does drink more'n he'd Erayer. As he sat in the front room alone she rose to go. Sprague watched her in from the ground is obvious; but with a of rank. Yellow maybut as be mark of richcalf's stomach can stand but a little the Xa;l-a- y a ej3o5Ajy J "jiriK to tncraaa our 1st. by this grand and generous affer. Eroperor'sfamil, the ought to sometimes," admitted Sprague; surnrised hv Ui, of n dumn amazement. He aid not move until very long, slender pole, ,.. tcuRaTBErOtXTSTXXzr- T .armed with a respect to age, men over sixty years by of it The young calf should not bo 3aw her in tho buggy, backing slowly receipt "but it's worse 'n that this time. You re- woman in heavy black. .Not Dntil the Veil UlVLslT OU W I Os rRttyear,andn oU. tho pointed nail on the end the fruit is special edicts are allowed to wear yel- given more than a quarter to d member, doc" dropping into a half oracular, was lifted did he recogabe Scranh ijut uuui wci. lueuuoreauzeu tone 11 no gM4 fr n. prea.nt On number afth paper a wurth rriiaMlrty r rerr tkw pn. Utto saw half confidential tone "Sam come "W'y, how d'ye do, His' Canary?" ho ever make any of tho pension money he speared and brought safely to hand. this always entitling them to great of a pound per day, and that should bo some terms with this woman, homo from the army prittv well nsed up luuiuiunk The next largest species of cactus is low, iumn-siBoboiled and fed with whpat middlings. EinDrnETl these nre Preent to nr feubacribers nivtn to thera aboIn-'- r Free. ye for a sec- must consideration among all classes. with malary, an' with a prfety consid'able ond in the mournin'. Ain't It a little deep, humiliating though it might bo. He moved the prickly pear, which has the Cent rostnite Stumps taken.) Hsar, Cotton-see- d meal is not so laxative as --.. ' - tttsr lobular, xeceyrascasotllorleismay h sent in an orefnary letter at our n lifter sum .ni. b The dude pantaloon probably originsmart cough onto him. Folks did'nt.mind thoughTfor the HilL ye know?" hesitated reluctantly forward. Foetal at,anj addressed to d leaves, growing one from ated among the Chinese, for, from tho linseed meal, and not so soothing to the THE POULTRY KEEPER, 80 Randolph StrwOt. Chicago, lit. the cough much; but I remember sayin' to the Squire. "They dont do things up here "What do ye calc'late to do do 'bout it, old Dr. Dick: 'That boy's goin' in con- quite so stylish as ye do Jb uiGULiiei, mai mu iamiy.ir smau species dawn of history, on state occasions, stomach. The calf can safely anyway?" he asked. the village." sumption,' saysl; "tainT; tho quick kind, "I expect to invest my money. P'r'aps I growing j-.- the East shows, except that officials and dressy per&ons will wear a bo fed one pound of cotton-see- d meal "2o, it ain't a mite deep," replied the likely, but he's goin'.' Dr. Jick agreed woman. amrrilir. v... shall buy a little place there is to Water- - the pnckly pear grows upright and s,ort of pantaloon, fitting as tightly as per day, which in nine months may be f5.. n n r 1111.1' with me, aa' if he was back here now he'd band . an' I shouldn't in III town, or it I cou, la get a O0d mortgage sometimes reaches an altitude of twenty dn w sr t nnt: cheap enough, I might put :fc in that." pounds see we was right" possible to the leg and, each leg being increased to one and one-ha-lf a a cent by him. I , . ah I I. a. "If he's as bad as that, I'll drivo right up marryin' ' """, au'i BUT int ashamed o' 14 .a. luuiisauo.I iiuui jest wuub me feet, with leaves nearly two feet acros's entirely separate from its fellow. These per day. These rich foods should alnv.1 i .. r ....,.-- :.. 5" gOlS lO nave and several inches thick. This species trousers are of silk or satin, and the legs ways be given in small quantity to nnd see him;" and the doctor gathered his folks say I took him for W .J t r. pension an' then trade we talked would amount to. I also has J .7 reins. an edible fruit Then, comes .'' scrimped the mounda', whatever happens, s'po'ied you meant to give it outright to kS held in place by being fastened to a young animals, and always mixed with wcr. J ? "I wouldn't go doctor. Sam's bought crp f0T my veil, I've j 'Sper'ence, but if you don't, whydon't you an endless variety of smaller species! are waistband or belt around tho body. On with foods poor in nitrogen. In dairy out fishin, likely. I didnt see his pole on I positively ears .. mi-eBiliousness, and anil IilViltt and BOWZI. Cotaplaiats, taaaa 7rlla ine vuiago aearwtto come up, an' buy tho mortgage ana tec mm pay you m all bearing beautiful waxy llowers of Chidistricts, where whey is used, which is vT.nnn POIsn?r ttw t.miIm Pamtilaintn afaTitJT. the shed as I com by. Drop 'round ok... m.n.. .nvo nr r. approach of cold weather the I'm goin' to ride next the remains in a frest?" K.Falaier. MeraUMllo. Flaw Jiave no equal. flnci them Taiaabla Cthartle and liver red, white or yellow hues in,spring, and the increase the number of their gar- so poor in nitrogen and oil, little oil i use no othw. That '11 job'fy be his shakin' day, hfl!? tef Tt.'o tnn hie morft'n f.hp place is wuth UeVTitt, Iowa." Sold everTWherjoraea "In say prastie, j .tampa. J. Dennison. XB&L L S. JOHNSON U CO., BOtlTCjr. ota. in a conspicuous array of" spines at all nese an you can jedg how bad he reely is. Islormatlon sAill for are like moal will make up the dcficitir-y- , and Valuable ments, until sometimes they twice over." They've ben "pesfrmn me about gittin' a piK "No sech thing The farm's wuth every times. Cor. Philadelphia Times. miniated bales of cotton, their arms becomes a valuable addition. In comIJTXTS BXAItB tXIII peusioa for B&t, I thought I'd look It ' VanCarB cent I've cot on it." SHMlsaa, over a little aaoe. I tell 'Sper'ence lota 43ftM bein"- forced into a nearly horizontal bination with corn meal, cotton-see- d you look at it that way, wo cant In the rotunda of the Capitol at oosiSon; nor do they take off their meal has a large feeding valne for thoso - Isitar. and the Tobacco Habit. even "If " 4.. M. ..w J - sh . o' folks gits sessions that doa't need 'em H "i worst o.ses, absolutely and rj urmft m trade, that's all;" and Seraph gathered her Raleigh, N C, is located a stone called sIBbFW TsuilaBjrCr " Tim. half sebadM they do, 'Long as such KtttvM isseesof clothing until, the return of i a year old or over. The deaths of the r - L.A.U SJITU CtV, Areata, fslsltsw, I ia M Permanently cured for SI (oner reins." ,,- Center Rock, upon which, if a man mring.-Stfolks as the Gaylords an' Hitchcocks has calves mentioned may have been caused Louis Globe Democrat. AW dollar). Thl is no hnmbusr. 1 "How much would ye give? Come, now squarely stands, his A ?ai8r,oagkJ &kaow pensions, I sfeould thinkthey'd ought to. Pftlctplvtnff full Information about Hand-Bop- k by feeding too much and creating inflamFREE" , i oraotf fcfeftalk.you i- - ' make an offer," nrged tho Squire, desper- ticulate to those words become inarEverybody knows "Sam was sound enough -- .ir,i?curOAentfreetoall Address about him. This is rumors of several largo mation of the stomach. National Live as he saw his chanco at the money goin' ately, BR0W.H, ita Randolph St., Chicago, IU. PATENTSJ There are when he went to the war, an' he hain't ben A(.-''attat Atf ja, good for nothin' sence. An think th . ZnritZSwrm'mm.Witfolluyrtaa vanismnx. replied Seraph, with increasing upon the authority of the Raleigh News engineering enterprises as likely to be Stock Journal. HAIR, SUPERFLUOUS .. "Wa'al," " .rr " t.t.t ?.. 3 0O35-- 1 .uov nreat, uaguii iupjr iw u 1 guess VOU Males, Warts, Freckles. Mota l'atcuts. "Course ye be, 8erajVere right, an' deliberation, "vou'd bawell paid, if you got which adds that several gentlemen, in brought to the attention of manufacturAJI.K-- K. A Texas man ninety-si- x troptlons, Scars.and all Disfigurements better loot, bim over a little, aa' see what a larg recently years1 of i rtft a thousand dollars out on't, but'consid'nn' experimentingexperiencedwith this pecu-li- ers tiering the winter, andprojected age lately died from the anguish caused, 4 Imperfectionsof the Face. Haada yon think onV ATKatTUaCi intrriXsl T sssnseaa stcne, all its curious ef" mount of railroad building is uiaaa-rerjinn tneirtreaimeni.N.reari. aaa. so muc of tha I got the money easy, I do' know but salatsta assy yam assw "I should like to see Sam set a peasioa," J woo II. ACoodburx. late. by cntting a third set of teeth. s? I feet. i , wui an.". I'd civ yoa twelva hundred." Railway Bevtcw. fcuAlDany. N. X. Sed The Hickman Courier. chuckled tho doctor. CThat'c0tmea,Vlai took'cS the flag. idee, in taking The Sauiro was right In declaring that tho affair would "make talk." No s.ooner was the story known than people dropped all other subjects to do justice to this ono. An occasional skeptic insinuated that the mightthavo been1 performed after Sam's death'and nobody be the wiser, but cere-monv all." e well-manag- ed stand-poin- church-splro'- e, nt.i "..". - Ye don't mean to buy, that's "I don't mean to pay no moro'n you may rely," she retorted. it's "vf.' Square, I'll tell ye what I'll do, an' last cent I icill do. If vnn'li liriniiVithi mortgage and all the notes, an' evervtM,. you hold 'gainst 'Sper'ence, down Couns'lor Smith to Watertown. Tvj- - " day, an' sign papers givin' 'em all up toint" I'll pay yo fourteen hundred dollars. caslJ down." 'Course won't ! Think I'm a plied tho Squire, angrily turning fool' m back "I'll be to AVatertown Wednesday with tho money," sho called over her shouliW after him as she drove away. She stonnwi a moment nt tho house and called ViJ Juliana: "Don't you an' 'Sper'ence bo ono bit cast down, Julany: I'll have the mort gngo Wednesday, an' I'll burn it right bT fore Square Sprague's nose, see if I don't I shall have a little o' Sam's money left that I wouldn't keep from ye one minnit if i could trust 'Sper'enco not to be wheedled out on't by tho Square. But I guess I can shingle tho house an fix it up so it'll ha like folks, an' tho Square can't tech it." "O, Seraph, can you? I should so like to live in a white house, with green blinds ' 'foroldio!" Sprague's horse had never been whipped so mercilessly as it was for shying on way homo, anil it was years before tho the Squiro could pass tho neat white cotUce with its porch and largo cool dairy-roointo which Seraph's money transformed the Canary without grinding his teeth and uttering something alout the meanness of women Jldtcin Hamilton Onnsbee, in Harper's r. "Shucks! yTa rnn;.0? . .iaSPwithcheapand beenknowna"?'?'!: " -- ", t' i e are-revive- d. i one-stor- I then'-turne- ro-ll- ef -- vine-fring- o, farm-hous- e, couutor-Irritatior- .. JJa-sa- song-sparro- as "'rJS -- s. .! f pon-sio- bav-tre- e. com-miic'.- on dCK-W- jjafc' V-lAyu- S3 aittadf -- r k III1 . J, i to-da- y. ilhw dry-rot- uuma Dry-rot?- POK c half-mo- on town-meeti- gen-or- al all-ov- er S3!. s REMEDY y " K&mLu jflV KENNEDY'S DR. DAVID sky-blu- smoke-colore- e, nt s mmhVfrm 'itjij ;!-.- -s Catarrh sewin'-machin- e, half-moo- THE READING m star-shap- ed half-whistl- e, wLy3m mtnmm M e. Ire-sort- ed n, . .., . c?.? X.rJ'i . I and SiNOiNG WORSHIP queer-shape- tool-hous- e, half-scollop- men-folk- ln fam'-iic- SEASON & HAMLIN s' plcas-Inj- ? coat-of-ar- three-quarte- rs UPRIGHT - n, a . CO 6." I ! I secur-,.....- ., Tnn.'Ji-i- dry-goo- ds j post-offi- ce """; Gsnis Little Singers ...-W- . w , 1 frt,--.- Boolc-kee- p -. sun-scorch- ed old-time- rs fc ut FREE l- -U Sill gain-sayi- n' SHORT-HAIf- D TYPE-WRITIN- G ct - ... 2SS223 A sewin'-machin- e, pm-feath- er ilium riifcatN i s , fc sup-nos- ed i ', sheet-coppe- jF'OIES. 3FiX3F,T,S" OE53NTTS i 9 forth-putti- n' J LIST 1 1 1 PSEStriTS TQ BE A.OOO open-face- d, self-contr- ol 1 ft .... m hr I I tK ..... 1 1UU,UU0 i V work-benc- black-haire- dryt w -- 1UO.0O' semi-circl- nmnlf iiecem-r- iO,(XiO work-benc- h. water-.soake- 00 WATCHES FREE re-su- D . the-llow- tSS.QOO e, cp-i- es d r's to-da- y. suu.OCO an'-se- e saMrtarTT:lii?Br - r e- -A -- one-thir- -- - V .., Art '- palm-shape- six-mont- hs . II V rn ar Y ... -- ... . A PARSONS' , C" ten-doll- ii 1 , PILLS ts ru-ia- er. yi11.-D- r.T. & .aajciffi S&WjM - , -- 1 . Ca Jt fb DRUNKENNESS Stjfc r CasaJr mmi. ar wsartu sharMj -- bjfe:i?J'?Sr7an'i'm w. Waa-ic- to, . ar i i - f 1' A 1 t C ' " ir V ijai " A iiW -- sa.' .;, wmsm, (5 i . V m'KT JTi Slttlid 1A TIF? ii AND LOCAL NEWS. AM. ADIT l&tify, B&tify. Nest Wednesday Night. SPBAKING,T0RCHLIG11T PROWION, WOBKX, HE 10. Orleans has been definitely fixed for December 16th. Col. E. A. Burke, Director General, announ ces that it is m contemplation to have President Arthur and President Diar, of Mexico, both present. Messrs. PInut Bros. & Co.. oi juicumau, uaTe opened a first-clasd dry goods stoie, in Dyersburg, which will be Ofickl Majority in Iew7ork1218. under the management of Jfesers. W. H. Jackson, and L. I. Under wood, (two members of the firm) Qndad, 219; Persons desiring office under Cleveland are respectfully remind ed that the Hickman Courier has nothinsr to do with tho distribu tion of such favors. We always thought civil service reform a po litical humbug, supported by both parties merely for political capi IT, tal, but they do say that Cleve land is one of tho few great lead ers who honestly believes in the law, and will not remove a good officer for purely party reasons. The day for the formal opening of tho World's Exposition at New ij- took Here m ,,. i Tit 'r. . f 4L-. .tffcSte" a mr)km HHHI ,-1- -- mm .:er,- - n m Hi b"a by U ; Just received, a fine selection of jfcTft. - r 53fi Pi "" . ALSO JdlZld000 1 buggies. TUB Cal1 a,,d Examine. i P -- . AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. grade in n,y line' fine,t Une of REMOVAL ! We will move from the old Plant stand about November 10th or 11th, to the new brick on corner the old Planter's House lot, near the Jburniture Eaetory, where we will be pleased to attend all customers that favor us with a call. . Blaise, 183. Prices Low. GOODS ever Will not U iiXmJI,nhavetbe fVkx n- nRrmiTveLK1 ESS.LAST WIIEN ) - Herve.1 on short vitel?"" P!,ely AS MY G00US ri0N UNDERTAKERS notice. brought to s, well-stocke- S3 p m riTV if i0,tt'!Le.Place'o,,tl,e0PPo',,te turner from l'IautBro'a.& Co., under the New lye me a cnI1 before buying elewliere. Zar FlMTUKEToilF1 "I,0n anJi"5 anr thi,1S in m7 'ouse that ia kept in afintclaas KIVALS FADE AWAY. OUrSUINE ALL OTHERS. THEIB ably assisted tv Aex. Richards and Joseph Kirkpatrick. personally they will be treated with the courtesy of guests, but politically we will make the welkin ring. Democrats in the different neighborhoods of the county from Fulton to Madrid Bend, and in the neighboring points in Tennessee and Missouri, are requested to get together iii a body, companies or battalions, and come to Hickman thus formed. Let Democrats in each neighborhood arrange to reudesvonsnt a certain paint, form processions, so as to reach Hickman not later tbait 8 p. x. The maiu procession should form at court house yard, and from there be under the charge and direction of the chief Mar-haFor information as to the order of procession, torchlights, fire works, &c see B. T. Tyler, R. T. Ialer, or one of the Committees. L uouut, or Capt. of a doubt, five years, W. J. Turner,ofthe past proprietor the Lais now removed, and Cleveland's clede House, Hickman, has taken election is universally acknowl- charce of the Marshal House. Pa- . . ' V tv edged, Ufi Democrats and Kepub-- i .1 He is tuoroughly relicans. His majority iit t&sS&rtff uucnfi, ixy.business agentleman, and sponsible TcTYoiir Teijts, 0 Israel! ed by the county cauvHSsiug we wish him success. No section of the South ofboards on last Tuesday is 1218. fers greater inducements for tho Tbo Democracy of Fnlton counSuppose a newspaper man, investment of capital in manufacty have resolved to regularly and formally ratify the election of overy time ho hears of a man who tories than Fulton county. All Cleveland and Hendricks, by a has severely criticised him or his our carriages, wagons, implement grand torchlight procestiou and paper in public should retaliate by handles, etc., should be made right speaking--, in Hickman, on next holding up to public gaze the here where we have the timber s of said and fuel, and the food right at our Wednesday night, the 19th instant, faults and and cordially invite our neighbor- criticisers, what would be the re- door to feed the operatives. ing Democrats of Tennessee and sult! Why the criticisers would Judge Jno. W. Winirate. Missouri to join with us on that thiuk he had been terribly outrag- Tuesday, to accept the positionleft of glorious occasion. The Commit- ed, and would thirst for the edi aksbisiuui euiior on Then tbo poor quill vance, a new paper .Morion's Adwill invite distinguished Dem- tors gore. tee ocratic speakers from abroad, and driver would get shot or shoot a Union City, Tenn. to be startede . Jndge Wiu-gatour home speakers will swell the soinebodj-- That patient beast of is an old newspaper man, a chorus. Each neighborhood or burden, the country journalist, clear ami able writer, and an old school district in Fulton county is never does this except under great school Democrat of Incorruptible expected to have delegations in provocation. It isn't because he integrity. the torchlight procession. Ar is afraid to do it, but because he Plaut Bros. & Co. have reraugements are being made for a isn't mean enough. Ho allows splendid display of fire works, and men to go around trying to de- moved from their old stand to the we hope to see at least one thous- stroy his business. He hears hiB uew and elegant store room in the and Democratic voters with torch- paper called a worthless sheet, be- new Tyler brick, near tho Furnies and transparencies following cause the editor iu doing his duty ture factory. Their new house is the Democratic car. It will be an has stepped on somebody's toe. probably the largest and most elegant store room in Western Burdette. occasion of rejoicing, with the utKentucky. Go and see them. good will and good cheer to most Tbonisadi all. Our Republican friends are Mr. T. W. Atkins, Say Bo. writes Bt. Rev. Bishop Dudley will Girard, Kan., invited to witness the grand pa- "I never hesitate to recommend your Elec- t preacli at St. Pauls church, Hickgeant, with the assurance that tric Bittern to my customers, they give en. man, Thursday aud Friday nights I Fulton cratic Yell. Demo- it is setueu. every semblance or shadow S-i- i 36 Respectfully, ... t h &MB t FOlfll III f uL?a PLAUT BROS. & CO SSW f-if- ; Who Made Hie Low Prices --sos-- short-coming- . The Democrats claim to have a majority of three on joint ballot in the Leeislaturo of Illinois. If The best makes of this is true a Democrat will succeed John A. Logan in the United States Senate. The next Congress, it is estimated, will bo divided between the two parties as follows: Demo Gun Implements, &c, Pistols and PistoL Cartridges, Brass and Paper crats, 1SG; Republicans, 139 ; Dem- Shells, Diamond Grain Powder, Chilled Shot, Wads, and a general lin ocratic majority, 47. of Ammunition.- Also, Hunting Uoats, and Hunters Uum Boots, 1 LOME - M Ml, WE announce to our friend and the public generally that we have just .received immense stock of all kinda of Furniture, and solicit the trade of parties wishing to buy. "We can ehow all stylos of Furniture in plain and fancy. AIo, a fine line of Furnitur e ! k iCadLs,kJgasif J6?"S.ore Q,&&m The Labor of an Editor tire satisfaction and arc rapid sellers." next. Electric Bitters are the purest and best medicine known and will positively cure Tlie Thrrnl The Answer. Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the blood and regulate the bowels. No family rblladdpbU Timr., Ind.J can aflbrd to be without them. They will After the carefully tabulated resave hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills turns from all !ihe counties irava every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by New York to Cleveland bv from T. P. Fortune. Hurrah for Cleveland! Note Plaut'a Removal. Hurrah for democrats! Poor old Blaine and the w Butler. The Bepublicaa wid- - P.UREeoantry wade APPLE VINEGAR I Cwgill' Drug Btort. a dollar bottle. After using three bottles, hard.? found myself once more a man, completely TbcySfcall not be Repeated. DENTAL SCOTCH BJiUFF, or restored to health, with a hearty appetite, Kw Hravcn Neva, InJ. C Call STJPEBIOR SCOTCH 8XUFF, tho best ia and a gain in flesh of 48 pounds." tree at What we fear more than all else trial Fortune's Drue Store and get a fc atnktt, bottle of this certain cure for all Lung Dis from this close vote of New York FDQUA 4 DEDOW. eases. Large bottles 1.00. is that a disputed election may be Wholesale Agents. jsrty di 2,000 to 3,000, tho Republican Na tional Committee is renorted ns The unfortunate affair which occurred in Hickinau on the night claiming the State by 4,000. mis of Thursday, the Gth instant, in pulse inis a feeler of tho public shape of a threat to rewhich Mr. Fred and Henry Kuoverse the majority of the State bv err, father and son, were killed, was a deplorable affair, which sad- methods that wero learned in Lou dened the hearts of every man, isiana and Florida iu 187G. The answer comes timelv and woman and child in the community, but it is proper to say that pointedly from Mr. Mauninir. politics had nothing whatever to Chairman of the Democratic Com do with it. The difficulties be- mittee, assuring the friends of honest government and honest tween the parties was personal poli- electious that, as tho State has held no bearing whatever on voted for Cleveland, tho vote will tics. There was not, aud is not, a bo so declared by tho Democratic man, woman or child, iu this comCanvassing Board. munity, whose heart is not deeply It would bo well for those who grieved over tho sad, dejdorable sym- contemplate a repetition of the occurrence, and goes out iu electoral burglary of 1876 to take pathy to the bereaved families. pauso and understand that it can't be repeated in 1884. Tho friends A Walking Skeleton. Mr. E- Springer, of Mechnicburg. Pa , of Cleveland will commit no wroug Writes: "I was afflicted with lung fever to elect him ; they will submit to and abseess on lungs, and reduced to a no wrong that aims at his defeat. walking Skeleton. Got a free (rial bottle of The threat is made : tho answer Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, which did me so much good that I bought comes abreast with it. - The London Times, speaking of th work of an editor, aays it can only be appreciated by those who have had some experience in it. The meerest slip of the pen, an epithet too much, a wrong date, a name misspelt, er with a wrong initial before it, tho misinterpretation of .tome passage, perhaps incapable of interpretation, the most trifling oflensa to the personal or national susceptibility of those who do not even profess to c&rc or the feelings of others, may prove not only disagreeable, but even costly mistakes; bat they are about the Uftst of tho mistakes to which an editor is Have in stock and are daily receiving a complete line of Hardware and Cutlery, liable. The editor must be on the spot till the paper is sent to the prass, and make decisions on which not only the approval of the public, but even great causes, may hansr. He can not husband his strength with comparative repose in the solitude of a study, or the freh-nes- a AND A GENERAL LINE OF of green fields. He must ee the world, converse with ita foremost or busiest actors, be open to information and on guard against error. All this should be borne in the mind by those You'are eordinUy ipviied to call and examine their alock of Coal and Wood Ueatin? who complain that journalism is not inSlOTpf Grates, .o., all of which ne will sell as low as la consistent with a legitimate fallibly accurate, just and agreeable. buiiotss. These Goods will be sold at Bottom Prices. H. BUCIAITAN'. "NVe propose to make our price to puit the spirit of the times. You can rest osaured for cheaper goods. "We projose to sell as loic aa you need never leave our house z any retail Furniture store in the "Purchase. . Very respectfully, . T.F. WILBUEN &C(X rooms in new Odd Fellows building. J6?"A11 kieds of Repairjngdone on short nollce, and In a workmanship stylo. we are prepared to giro special inducements as J. , COBMAI & 00, Ia!Iag Btm Also Contractors and Builders of Houses. Cooking aad HouseA'eephfff Goods, and Builders' Material. MAM&mS. Our Stock is complete hi all lines, and wo will sell very low ony Goods bought of ue. " X-....- AU lt.1. UUUUVJT, uu UY, f lOtM linn I, JO(T3, If. tu. James F. Leap to Misa Lula Smith. On the 12th Instant, Mr. W. W. Hardy to Mrs. Fannie A. Field. Tr. Sfnrneil, DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CARPETS A A. fujl lino of the celebrated Charter Oak Cook Gloves, at Of- - J J. J. J. J. W. CORMAJV & CO'S. ' A flaeelock of Breaoh-londln- g Shotguns and Pistols, at BIEO, In this oonnty, Oct. 26th, 1834, James Edward, son ef J. F. and Maggis 8. Brown, ogfld 7 years, 11 months and 23 day Keen'Kulter .A"es, Hatchets, Nails, and Barb W. CORMAN & 00-8- . Wir, at jrrwll, W hd Dnt If we proT faithful. We will again meat with yen. farevrll, drar K4dlt, to part with 70a ; W. CORMAN & CO'S. The ladies are in Hickman. Ere led to call nnd examine the finest air warranted, at line of Scissors ever displayed tV. CORMAN & CO'8 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cares Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. JBncklea's Arnica Snlve. Thb Best Salve in the world for Cuts, WINDOW CURTAINS AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QTJEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, &c "We respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before purchasing elsewhere. AND OIL, CLOTHS. ' HERTWECK, BALTZEE & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP "Bum. Romanism, and Rebel- lion." Y SO E.T. GARDNER'S. Our next President Oleve-land. Mrve the teeth, TUBE at cassava 25 percent in price, and per cent In quality by buying FUENI- - DE5TAL SCOTCH 8NUiF will pre rUQUA 4 DEBOW, Wholesale Agent. lind. for The promise land Clove Time, oh time turn back in thy flight! make me a Democrat just !" Say boys, ye expectants of office under Cleveland, bear in mind that the Republicans have a majority in the United States Senate, that all Presidential appointments have to be confirmed by this Republican Senate, and it is not likely that this Republican Senate (which has a majority for the next two years) will be in any great hurry to confirm Democratic appointments, made on party grounds, to remove Republican postmasters, &c. Republican -holders, not under charges, stand good chances to hold on a little while yet. But go they must, sooner or later. office- its outcome. The State has evidently casta vote of scarcely less than a million aud a half. The re- A PMBAJSIAT BESOBT. sult of the whole Presidential elecBEER tion hangs on its figures, and the FRESHTobacoo, constantly on tap. of the brands. opportunity to confuse or actually Patronage solicited. best tamper with official returns is a nor 14-- tf great temptation to the politicians. To have the tactics of tho electoLook to Your Interest ral struggle of 1S7G repeated on Still lower, 60c to SI per barrel lower the soil of Nrw York State would than the lowest, according to quality of be a public disaster of the most Floor. We oner our iancy rlour, made undiluted kind. oat of Fancy Wheat, unadulterated, no FETHE'SSALOON. MSi Hickman, Kentucky. PATENT 3& j. mm 7 i. AND f J. W. COWGILL, CEALEK On the 4th of March next, Cleveland and Hendricks will take command of the grand old chip TJ. S. of America. been elected sheriff of Lake county, Term. New Madrid Record. An enthusiastic Democrat wants Cleveland and Hendricks to make a tour of the United States, so that all may see a Democratic Presidential team. Workmen commenced Mon-cfe- y rebuilding tho Hickman FurWe guess this niture building. the reestablishment of this Bieans iHiport&nt industry. Miss Mary Lawson, who has been the guest of her relative, Mrs. W. J Slatter, for several souths, will return to her home at Hickman, Ky., this week. Winchester (Tenn.) Journal. A skeleton was dug up in Savannafe the other day with a ball and chain attached to it, twenty-fiv- e feet anderground, and scientists now affirm that the missing Uak has been discovered. Tke South Western Kentucky Medical Association convened in Mayfield this week. Several papers of anasaal merit were submitted to the Association, and briefly discmssed," which resulted ia great iatereit to the Profession. Dr. CDamW, of Hickman, was in attemianee, and is high in his tot 'of tho Tiptonville Star, has Arthur F. Eastwood, late di- - A campaign orator who asked a rural Ohio audience what thov would do with all their corn if dis tilleries were closed up, was rath er unexpectedly answered by an old farmer who exclaimed: "We An old colored crippled .man, Gus Bass, has flod tho country in would make more aud better bread fright, and has not been heard for tho people, more fat hogs, and from for nearly a week. A color have less taxes and hell." ed man told old Gus, that CleveC8Bgre88lonat Tate land was elected aud that the Democrats vvere after him, intend- Cbnntlrt, Stone. Turner. Houston. ing to put all the young colored folks back into slavery, and kill Fulton, 670 374 283 772 628 the old and crippled ones.' Gub Hickman , 460 1068 904 513 believed it, and said that if they Ballard, 1289 1733 S41 killed him they would have to catch Graves, licCrackea 1391 784 1119 him first, and started oft His Crittenden, 736 225 602 family have not heard from the Trigg, 698 770 797 old fellow since. Shame, that the Calloway, 828 788 6S2 352 652 336 more ignorant colored .people Livings ton Lyon, 155 681 549 snouid tnus oe imposed upon. Caldwell, 1072 282 641 alum, or other poisonous nostrumes to make it white and puffy, at $4.60 per barrel. Other qualities $2 50 to $4.00 per barrel. Flour delttered free. Bargains at our house. Hurrah for Cleveland and Hen dricks; and Stone, the one log confederate soldier. POWELL, & BRO. DRUGS, NEW" HOME Trusses AHomisal I '(uppcris Estruy. The old, popular and always reliable Hardware hotue of MEDICiNIES! Taken op on the 4th, day of November, ISO i, as a stray, by u. vr. iviarsnail, on t.'. hie farm about five miles northeast of: Hickman, In Falton County, one dark KIQU monse colored Mare Mule about torea I years old, some gear signs on neck, a small wbite spot on the baok. Valued by H4 a P. C. Grear atone hundred and ten do- winch llars. Given under my hand Not. lthr 'si 1834. A copy 1. BUS'&l SEWIN& MACHINES! 3?LlSrT s ? &0., J: TDILEURf&LES splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, are offered at Attest, &, &0. &&, &0, &i. ofcloc-- B.S.MURRELL. Jddge, F. O. The soldiers who fought in the late war propose to have a grand reunion at New Orleans during the Exposition. Tho Exposition managers have voted $10,000 for tne purpose, and land has been seenred and 1,000 tents will be constructed for the free accommodation of the veterans. F.8TRAYKB. Taken up, as an estray, by A. J. Whippel, living one mile South of Dyersburg road and that the very lowest the market justifies. All and three miles from Hickman, Ky., one Marshall, 492 7S5 301 Roan Cow, six or seven years old, marked be exactly as represented. with under half crop in each ear, and ap Total, 10589 7164 praised at twenty dollars. T.525 'Estimated. J. W. DICKINSON, J. P. F. C. Stone' mjorily over Turner, 8,064; over Houston, 3,425 Some of the papers Coal. make Stone's majority over Turner 3,334 Whave enough Pittsburgh COAL on i which may be the correct fignrs. hand to supply the town. Only 45ots. per y?hq best roof for the least money. Experienced box at the bin. CaHBly far Caagress. FRENCH & PLUJIMER. The attention of builders especially desired as this J goods guaranteed to jPrescriptions filled at any hour, day Kinj night bell after 10 tyLpELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS NDBOYS. Ceal, Coal, ROOFING-Correspondence solicited. . THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN . MONDAY, SEPTEMBER AND CONTINUE 1. 1884. Faitea 8-- This year they say tho hornets have built their nests on the Hickman, ground instead of suspending Falton, them from the limbs of the trees Jordan, Cayce, a very warm sign of avery cold Lodgton, winter. No reports lve"beeu re- Sassafras, ceived yet from the veracious Madrid Bead, goo80bono,the reliable corn shuck or the positive mnskrat. cial inducements. workmen employed. house will give spe- K.NE MONTHS. The Course of Study includes, as heretofore-- , the best of primary instruction, the usual studies in English, Mathematics, Latint Greek, German, Vocal Music, Elocution and ETOXE. TCBKKK. 288 203 53 57 25 23 62 97 H0C8T09. 181 69 20 68 125 10 3 8 12 8 2 233. Wt will deliver fish to any part of the city no charge for delivering. Leave your order at the dock, or at J. W. Rogers. BEEMANN, & BRO- - Fish Delivered Free. K. B. BREVAKD. i0 670. 02 374. Kever Give TJp. THE OLD RELIABLE CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE, -- ' Book'Kceping. Especial attention ia devoted to the preparation of boys for business, for college, and for professor al studies. Correspetdence and consultation of parents, before the opening of school is respect-full- v solicited. Address. Aug. 8, 1884. B. O. CALDWELIi. Hickman, Ky. Hickman com buyers are not settled on prices yet, bat ineline now to 3o cents sacked and shellew Orleans quotations arc ed. 46to4c. A few transactions here pwtoi ef Mayfleld Mayfield men m the ear at $1.75 and wy Mayleld women. think it will drop to 30 dirts.KJVU1W a4 e. FOR FKESIBEKT. any a bilious naFulton county gitfS Cleveland, and headache, ormeans disease of bottle of Electure, by all procure a HeadrickR 987 j Blaine and Logaa 807; tric Bittern. Yon will be surprised to see and Damat 20. the rapid improvement that will follow; you win be inspired with new life; strength STATE BOARD OP EQUALIZATION. and activity will return ; pain and misery . J. B. Lemon, 437 ; C. Coulter, 190 will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at J. F. Gentry, 6. J fifty cents a bottle. at Fortune's Drug Store The vote a given above is official. 6t-Joh- If you are suffering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, DEALER I n HOUSE. THIS ! watch zepi HOD8B HAS BEEN RECENfLY ENLARGED, RBPITTED, REFORNISBED DIMS, MUCUS, m PRESCRIPTIONS TAINTS a Al DYU-STll- S, 3C C 3BK1 3MC A imr CO X P O U ND r 8 renovated. doaveneRt to river and r.ulroad, and atteativa ftad, altogether one of" the best appointed hotels in this section. CARh F J j. ', 1 D! "&, H JK. TUItKU, lririeior. v h i V &:s W.v .- .I 'fgssmssm jt i&- - i.m i fSs- - i HRI . .. sjQajaETAswr lM&ri . . . em &s Big bargains in Gents Clothing. Bur bargains in Flannels. Big bargains in ladies trimmeelrfTats: Big bargains in Bed Comforts. ' a &'-- ' 91 oi.?&g .ih. k . .aAwas gQm m t 1 Big bargains in Boots and Shoes. Big bargains in Blankets. Big bargains in Carpets. Big bargains in Canton Flannels. arcu. ai Begelas im feh F! Big bargains in Big bargains in Big bargains in Big barga ins m Cloaks, & ri l i Qeedss- - .V .t. :, Dress Goods. Trunks and Valises. Linen Tablecloths. '....,. " Russian Circulars. . Big bargains in Over coats. Big bargains in mens arid boys Hats. Big bargains in ladies Skirts. If THE SOSUAS CQTOIBB.;mb olive The Fraud Confessed. LonlaTillo ConimrnUt, Not. 8.) THK FIXAI COXJXT. Tho final canvass of the returns in the State of New York is made by the State Board of Canvassers r t3fcW7rt71TValay uavt after tllO third Monday in November (Nov. 19), or sooner if all tho county returns are in, but, if all county statements have not been forthcoming, they may adjourn from day to day for four days, and then, in any event, proceed to complete the canvass. The Board of Canvassers consists of five State officers, of whom, in the present board, one is a Republican- - and four are Democrats. The national law makes it the duty of the State Executive to deliver to the elec tors three lists of the names of tho State electors thus ascertained, on or before the day on which they are to meet in the Electoral College. The State canvassers, who have the last count, aro very certain to seethat Cleveland has a fair count, four of the five canvassers being democrats. Let All Ucmarraia Accept II. Tho result is now settled, and what we started out to say was bands, rethis : Let us all batnew friendship wthfe com tle side hiSafc! mon enemjv jryptu&ra a Httlo sore over i&fcaxr We acknowledge it does not make a man feel altogether pleasant, but remember the vordict was left to a fair tribunal the people and ehfuld be accepted as final. Don't ssy it was tho Baptist church, or jonfoderato record, or bloody shirt. Padueah Standard. jn rBti;to -- Tho Associated Press, Jay Gould and the Western Union Telegraph ''showed down their hands" at 2 o'clock this morning aud confessed tho rascally game they had been playing iu conceal ing and refnBlnKthe rotniws from, Ifovr York State. Ever since Wednesday these three havo'been contending against every other authority in that Stato that Blaine and Logan had a slight plurality over Cleveland. Yesterday tho Associated Press sent out what it asserted was the total official report of every voting district in m S & .. fcr and passed We have always had faith in the CONKLING NOT A GOBBLER. Democrats of the old First diThe trouble began by Blaine's throngh the street in a carriage. strict "Wo knew they were being designation of Conklingasa Tur- The sister watched Mm from the misled by a talented but artful key gobbler twenty years ago. curbstone: Two weeks ago her man who had secured thoir confiWo presume the returns mean health broke down, and she sought The dence, and through his personal that Conkling is not a turkey gob- shelter at an almshouse. abovo facts wero told to the Poor bler. magnetism had made them forget Board, who promised to withhold for a time the allegiance they owed SHOULD nAVE TAKEN A 7iLfe. tho name uuiil aft or her death. to the great Democratic organizaWo believe it was ATartii' Van o tion ; but we felt assured that in Bnren who said he would rather n Gould FoMtlcinu. time they would see the error into these twelve districts yesterday it walk twenty miles than vrito a which they had fallen and return lied when it sent out the bulletin letter. If Mr. Blaine had taken Ne York Worl.l. Jay Gould has been tho chief to their first love, aud hand to announcing that all the returns more walks and written fewer let gave Blaino 254 plurality. If it supporter of Juimcp G. Blaiue in hand and heart to heart march on ters ho might have been elected. New York Ho has been tho larto a glorious victory. Thank God did havo tho twelve districts it is VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF. gest contributor to the Blaiue our anticpations have been real- lying novt. In any event it has In rc"Tell the Truth" i "Burn corruption fund. On tho lith of ized, and hereafter, wo hope thej been shown that the Associated may all live together in harmony Press has been used by Jay Gould this Lojter," verdict for plaintiff. April, 1S73, this samo Jay Gould testified as follows before the Erie and peace, trusting in each other, and his stock jobbers to dissemiRailway Investigating Committee: Fob twenty years the Southern laying aside all bickerings, and nate lying and untrustworthy inTHANKSGIVING. We had to look after four States trai- bitter feelings, merging them- formation concerning tho election States have been treated as New York, Now Jersey, Pennselves into one great happy fam- to excite tho people, endanger the Prenldent Artnnr liquet the Annual I'roclnmntloii. tors and disloyal to the Governsylvania, helped sim- peace of tho country aud demorclaim and hold in Washington, D. 0., JTov. 7. 'men in all Ohio and havewas tho ment, and Southern men made to ily, aud title of the First fee alize markets for inpney making President Arthur of them. It ple the district feel, no matter how earnestly they as the "Gibraltar of Democracy." purposes. As the Commercial- following Thanksgiving issued the custom when men received nomiproclamasaid Thursday tho gamblers wero tion: nations to como to me for contrifelt for the interest of the com- Padueah News. controlling Western union wires mon country that they were aliens A Proclamation The season butions, and I made them, and The nowspapers and leaders of and a desperate scheme was on is nigh when it is the yearly jvont considered them good paying inand enemies. The nest four years tho victorious organization Dem- foot not to cheat anybody out of vestments for the company. In a will wipe all this out, aud South- ocrats of this District with one New York Stato but to influence of this people to observe a day Republican district I was a strong appointed for that purpose by the ern people will prove that they accord, so far as wo hear, speak tho stock market and to reap a President as an especial occasion Eepublican In a Democratic dis-- ' aro as true to tho Union, to the words of conciliation and harmony harvest for the political and stock for thanksgiving unto God. Now, trict I was Democratic. And in I old flag, and to tho best interests to their Democratic brethren who gamblers. therefore, in recognition of this doubtful districts an was doubtful. Erie Railroad In politics I was hallowed custom, 1, Chester A. of the whole country, as are any have been voting for Turner. mau every time, Arthur, President of the United Tho Colored People. of the Southern people. They This is not only true policy, but Perhaps this accounts States do hereby designate as judicious telegram sent outfor tho by Mr. will prove that opposing tho Re- it is right. Turuer Democrats and From such day There is reason to believe that Thursday, of general thanksgiving, Gould when ho had reason to publican party is not opposing Stone Democrats henceforth are mere is aosuru as tne su iron. tho 2th day of tins know that Grover Cleveland had eb-- " the Government that they can one and the same, party. The old tiou may seem a genuine appre- present Novomber, aud I do 're- been elected President. .That's bate tho- - Republican paxty,aud .feul - hasten ded," if . this spirit of hension among the less educated commend that throughout tie land the kind of politician Jay is. J still love- he Government. tini aoibIainongour loUoAc.colorexUr.itizenS the peoplo ceasing from i I) ""t" cioviJiiuiiriTch:tf'tr"j," fng can relmscfli.x'5'tjr Koep jiIJvgT trnirnre cioationi of OlovAtUnu "is keep holiday """their soverjvijtoincs. ut i"'ntifiilff in some mysterious, unuouneu and Serctary of several Since tho war the charge has "disorganization" except a spirit way of to them. With ship,their with heartplrt'cos' orwor Thurnmn, Ohio. Stato Allen G. and and voice pay continued" that the Southern to persecute for past differences. some this shadowy fear takes the reverent acknowledgment to tho Secrotary Treasury S a m u e 1 StateB, at heart, were disloyal to Happily there is no such spirit. form of a return to slavery. The- Giver of all good for tho'aSount-los- s Randall, Pennsylvania. is a general feeling of uuSecretary B. ilcClol-laud- , blessings wherewith he hath the Union. Thousands of good Capt. Stone, the nomiuee elect, is resultwhich shows itself in various rest, Now Jersey. ., understood tabe.a gentleman of manifestations of discontent and visited this nation. people in the Northern States Secrotary Intcrior-Jns- . B. Beck In witness whereof Ihavp.hero-untmorals and integrity a general disposition to brood and believe this chargejand in Europe exceptional set my hand and caused the Kentucky. , the idea largely prevails that the of character, and chivalrous by sulk. Secretary Navy Gen. seal of tho United States to bo California. States are only waiting nature, and it is believed that soThese poor peoplo havo been affixed. Done at the City of Southern long misadvised and misled that Postmaster General Gen. Goran opportunity to destroy this Re- these offerings of conciliation are they are incapable of emancipa- Washington, this 7th day of Noactuated by a kin- ting themselves from tho moral vember, in the year of bur' Lord, don, Georgia. public It is not well to have endorsed and Attorney General Thomas F. One thousand Eight, hundred and people at home or abroad to be- dred spirit in his own bosom. and intellectual bondage in which Eighty-four- , and of the Independ- Bayard, Delaware. of this country That his hand shall be a little War- they havo been held, and of reach- ence of tho United States tire one The Courier thus early, in adf lieve that mer, and his heart beat a little ing an independent judgment of huudred and ninth. vance, announces President is thus disloyal. It iB false in quicker, for those Democrats who their own. They are greatly to bo Cleveland's cabinot. Of course A. Arthur. Chester particular and degree, and pitied, and should be treated it is subject to such changes as actively worked for his success, forebearance, instructed as towith the the next four years will prove it. is Cleveland, himself, may suggest; , Kill a Jinn. Election Sew but natural, and right enough, truth and reassured back to their from I'adocab StumUrd. Throughout the Union, North, .b.ut it is a good one. Isn't it. but the now bright prospect of a normal amiability. One of the saddest instances in South, East aud West, there is There is not a responsible white and harmonized Democnot one faithless heart to the star racy must not be destroyed by re- man in America, North or South, connection with the election comes Ha Will be Irmncnratcd. who would restore slavery if he from Arlington, Ballard cbunty. Washington Tont.J pangled banner. membering too. strongly past dif- could. The election of Cleveland The postmaster at that place was Grover Cleveland has been ferences when it comes to party is of no more significance to tho a young man of rather excitable elected President of tho United Henceforth and forever, old recognitions. . one race than to the other. To disposition, who took quite a live- States, and he will bo inaugurated Ben Butler will be the most deboth it insures honest and frugal ly interest in tho bulletins as they on tho 4th of March next. object in American politics, government. Tho rights of no came. Last Thursday just as the Thero will bo no repetition of tested Enough is known to show that colored man, woman or child In train wae pulling into the depot, a the electoral fraud of 1876. Redetested alike by Democrats, dispatch was received stating that The peoplo- - have submitted tho next Congress will be largely any part of the country will be in Blaino had been elected President. publicans, Greenbackers, juriously affected by so ranch as onco to the theft of the PresidenProhibitionists, and Democratic. The Republicans the weight or breadth of a hair. Ho rushed out on the platform cy for the sake of peace. They and gave three cheers for Blaine, will never do so again. Conservatives. Ho betrayed the have made some gains but not sold out to the enough to overcome the present WILL SOT BE COURTED OCT. and pulling out a bill of money, The honor of the country must be Greenbackers, and offorod to bet any one that the saved from prostitution, whatov-e- r EepublicauB to accomplish his re- majority of 70 in the House. Gar. dGYcInnd'N Determined Word. dispatch was true. Then turning tho cost. AH Heneit Republican Who Will venge on tho Democrats. His around to step into his office, he It la the spirit of 1776, and not Hoe Justice Done. reeled and struggled and fell dead name is too far below the deepest JDon't you think our political 1876, which Troy, Nov. . C Albany Argus in an instant. Ho was a man of the spirit ofparty isbyanimated tho degradations of contempt to even campaigns too long and too often. says : in Democratic ''No fraudident commission sound health, and his death can this second and greater struggle Fewer elections and erit the hatred of either party. will bo let to put James G. Blaine only bo traced to for independence and liberty. for a second term. in the White House or keep Gro-ve- r caused by the election. Tho sentiment uttered by Mr. Cleveland out of it. Tho men The Republicans in governing Merrick in his eloquent speech Stone who attempt it will bo killed, and From Cadiz Telephone. Elected. Bel lb a rate Fntad Attempted. this country for twenty years, last night is the sentiment not onthe legal consequences of killing Democracy, but common Kew York Herald) failed to establish a them will bo taken care of after- or The friends of Capt. Stono are ly of the National honorable citiof all honest and Herald correspondents wards." course cTeatly reioiced, not brotherhood between the citizens Several respect our institutions zens only to make the citizens of each at various 8points in the West and Governor Cleveland said: "I pectsat his election but at tho pros Land who desire their perpetuation. concur believe I have been elected Presot having restored ouco! State feel that tbey bad a com rently of what appears to be a demore peace and brotherly loe in Grover Cleveland will bo inaugumon government to love, honor liberate, but fortunately futile, at- ident, and nothing but the great-es- t the Democratic party of thift, dis- rated, peaceably if possible, but fraud can keep mo out of it, trict. This feeling will and dofeud. If the Democratic tempt by the Blaine manipulators and that we will not permit." extend all forcibly if necessary. Thus will over the Stato of Kentucky. For the colossal crimo of the century here to form a conspiracy to Mex party wipes out all sectionalism, General Carr, Secretary of State, be avenged and retribution visithe country, it appears and reestablishes a common, pa lcanizo tne accounts, received by and a Eepublican, says : 'There ten years and Democrats have been ted upon those who would repeat from those divided, that portion, of the triotio love, North, South, East us from a number of difforent is uo chance of stealing this Stato, party favoring a peaceful settle- it. not as long its I havo charge of ment of the difficulties has been and West, for the government of sources and points, that on Thurs- the affair. I don't propose that When Blnine Tolil the Truth. fathers, wont that be a bless- day afternoon and evening the anvbodv shall steal the Stato. If denounced and abused by.the our Independents. We, hope Chlcsgi Mcwi Blaine bosses here' made a desper Mr. Cleveland has a plurality, ing! It is remembered that on the ate and long continued appeal to large or small, he will get it. Tho and believo that the party will the leading Blaine papers iu the same is true of tho other candi- now come together as it is in oth- 29th of May Mr. Blaine said: Many colored" people think that West aud Northwest to stand by "The Republican candidate for er districts. Ho date. I don't propose to play any thoDemocraticthe experience 3ms President, whoever ho may be, capacity, Democrats intend to put them back the claim of the Tribune that Southern game. No matter whethand this cannot possibly into slavery, to deprive them of Blaine was elected, and thus help er it is friend or foe, with me, he the honesty to faithfully serve tho year." At present be electedlooks writing it district, and it will bo his ambithem to face down the facts. has to have his justice." the privilege of voting, &c. A We are tion to do something for the peo- as if this were tho one sad $nd honglad to few years of Democratic rule will or of American say for the plo who have so cordially sup- lonely truth Mr. Blaino has told journalism that Rerr III np a Good Old tory. this year. . how meanly false the infamous appeal is reported convince them ported him. Kcw Tork Tim. all this talk has been, and when to us to have been rejected by, Blaine's eloquence abont Want UIh wife Supported. Lots or Fna in This World. the tkeir eyes are opened, many of so far as we are informed, all, or tariff and tho old flag recalls onco Chicago Sti,l Wife: I notice, a statement "to nearly them will desert those who de journals all, of those editors of more the auecdoto of "Good morning, Bir. I called to tho effect that in this city every to whom it was made. ceived them. The reply sent, in two or thrco Col. Yell, of Yellville, Ark. It Bee if you would support my wife." year $22,000,000 are spent for not be despised in this "IT Your wife! What 7,000,000 ies of which we have reports, should account of its age, can mean, sir i Is this some do you liquor, but. onlysignificant. for reon vass for villainous ligion. That's was At the preachers Blaine meet- to that they would bo no parties thero has never been a canvass iu scheme V Husband: Significant of what? such but would which it was so applicable: "Al ing in Now York, th Rev. Dr. "No, sir; but my wife stands Wife: That you men are hav- stand .by thauictual and true " said the very much in need though, Bucbard. said, "the Democracy is ingsk pleasanter time in this world whateVfr they showed. enlogist of Col. Yell; "although as "And you, you lazy lout man you win m me oiuerworia. tho party of Rum, Romanism you supply her needs ? Why Now York Sun. President of tho Yelvillo National and Rebellion." This was intenTIievety4ktest: '"I never was, Bank our deceased friend did not do you come to meme, with a ded to help Biaine, but it made at place, a candi account satisfactorily for tho wife and family of my own lo Gen. Simon. B. Buckner, Gen. many votes, for Cleveland. The dato for thejpffice of .President funds of that institution, yet his and Hon. Jas. John or the preachers 1000 strong did Blaiue Comier-Joura-ITuitedf states: touisvillo remarks upon tho busting of the "But you don't understand jne. A. McKenzie, will, iu all proba same showed that his heart still I want you to support my rife at bility, bo in tho Held for Governmore than 1000 votes damage. Priucoton Banner. "J. G. B. beat warmly for his native land." the polls. I'm Mr. Lockwood." or in 1SS7 d, Now York, giving Blaine a plurality of 254. Compelled ai last to furnish its table it sends out this morning, tho result showing 1,460 plurality for Cleveland, with twelve districts to hear from, which gave Garfield a plurality of about 700. At tho least Clove-lauit seems, has carried the Stato by a plurality of GOO or 700. If the Associated Press did not havo CLOSE VOTES. The close vote in the Stato of thus touchingly announces and rn. To be Itcari by Younc Lu- : Now York brings the newspapers fers ts tho dofeat of its candidate. I (II CM o in a n t i c a II y 10 minting up history for past H. A. & R. T. Tyler, : - ' close votes. Here are some: Mr. Blaine: Inolmcd. In 1S2-1- , between Adams ami A DEADHEAD; Ma PKOVED s : Clay, Adams carried Man-lanbj Pittsburg, n iiuuu uuuuiiiruu invt)ie aged thirty-six- , Nov. 3. A woman, only 109. who claims to bo enterprise of carrying the cotu In HICKMAN, KENTUCKY a wealthy English- Clay, 1S32, between Jackson andtryr ?' in Maryland, Clay beatJackman of high socialpogitipirisdy FOR PRESIDENT, 1SS8. same . .. For President in lSSSsoo mir in a aiinsiiou&u. ono suites Bonoiijyt4.votes.f he qw, i elec WJ.arVTTBND TOAtL BUSIHES3 Jersey she eloped from Wolvetton, Eu-- I 1,Jf l" carried. i Man Who Hasn't Written any mninl nt ilif nrro nr Rixtp.pfi. vrith .. "J . n.i ,. v., ... ..... Letters. In 1SSG, in tho Presidential elec servant and was disinherited. SHOULD HAVE BUENE? THEM Her husband deserted her hero in tion, Louisiana was carried by 270, HIMSELF. 1875. Five years ago a brother, at and Mississippi by 201 In 1840, "when Harrison and Yan DR. W. E. MORRIS, Mr. Blaine should havi burned the head of tho largest tool manuBuren wero the Candidates, the those letters himself, instead of facturing firm in England, visiPJiYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Maine asking another fellow tc do it ted hero as the cnest of a large majority in Clay was only 411. In 1881, Tho St. Louis Kiclcing its Candidate. Globe-Democrat A SAD STORY, Professional Cards, ll II.ow Lost, Mow ReMtorett'.' Jnt jnMfW, a but rdiMoa ef Dr. Colt rwB Celrbrtfd Emij v the tuwcikCTXE er Sprir. torrWfcor Seminal M eknn, ltnolunttrj bbI hvtttt, Imp,trncj, Jlrntal nod Um pftcllj, liplmeut tu 31rrlK, te. J lio, (.' by .df-JnriBvtlofif tHty,j anrf induf H grnce, or xttTgKre. At. Tho rclcbrxni nqtlior, ia tfili SfmlrtI My, d Attorneys at Iaw, l'bjII SJ fl -- xil lit, fUtrlj t.i --- -, - -- J'rictire, that the lanulng eoo.nJiUDfe's of mar ! mrm!- - Affttrw.. ifrur at-- nr u;v, certain, and affMtaal, by no mailer Uo rrrji...... may br.moj cut IibikU "" .kfaplj. jtw, , arlraDd rnllcaHj. V railiz-mtl- (ltmomtrmtrffrnfn Ihirlj jaiVBtceinl .,. ite "rj mau In the Iiad. fcut uiij.r.,l,ln a jilaru rnitUft, o drun, on rrcfrpt uf jur emu, ti two aat ai. soiKco taij. AiMtni THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., 4 1 Aaa t., v I.ikv JT.T.i Vott QUtt Dhl, U4 youth and SJrth nrj trctnrv .lionlS b In the LunU.Vf o j . carried Tennessee HICKMAN. 5 j State,) by Offeri bis profcpplonal er!ci to ih this race ev ciiiisns of Hickmnn and vicinitj. Can Just 113 vot08. erything hung on Louisiana, whicb be fouuil at Fortune's Drug Store. jbreicry, give Polk 701 majority. axo roiwxetiKJ Biczt In 1852, Scott carried Delaware O'DABIEL, M. D by 25 votes, and North Carolina, tho homo of tho candidate for Vice Conjnjission- Hjercljaijfc HIS PROFESSIONAL SER President, by 6S1. OFFERS to the citiiens of Hickman and In the memorable and remarka- ticiaitjr. BlCKMANr.KI--i ble contest of 1SG0 Lincoln had onOEee Corner room in Laclede House. Keep alwjnn hand, Freib ly 057 votes the better of Donglas LIME, CEMENT. SALT. PLA8TEB tml in California. In 18G4 McClellan . ' .A.. PLl KS, OR ASS SEEDS, CLO YEK. &. got only 012 more votes than Lin"Will mabf liherl advtnret b coln in Delaware. In California PHYSICAH AND SURGEON, Coto uo' In - - - AT.. Bonchtrant $ - B.P. DR. FaRIS KENTUCKY ! Oregon but 16-- majority. In 1872 again, between Grcely and bis Professional SeTioe8 lo Grant, Delaware held her party- - OFFERS of Hickman and vicinity. votes within 909 of each other. jul6-'8In 1880, some of the Hancock electors only won California by U in 18GS Grant received but 50G more votes than Seymour, and in UICKMAK, Corn, &c.t mcM for'e oruhlpaieuu . ., i J.W.EOGEBS, EEPS all 91 votes. 0. L. to-da- y EAKDLE-ArLAW - kinds of staple nod fany - Took It too i.tie ally. B jton PeU.J ATTORNEY G Ccurler-Jonruft- l. "I seo you advertise goods to bo sold for a mere song," said he. Collector, Real Estate Ageiu aB ho stepped into a furniture HICKMAN, KY. store on Washington street. "Yes, ' sir," answered the gentleman pro- Will attend promptly Jo all but prietor. " ell, now, let mo see, ncgS entrusted him in Soulheaiert I like that red plnsh sofa there, Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee Rob-bin- s and I'll siug you 'When tho Specialattention eint'othe investiza Nest agin' for it." At last lion of Land titles, and thCpMrck&pc accounts he was able to sit up in sale of Beal Estate. ..fjan8 bed, and if ho continues to improve he will probably bo out in HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS a week. aslConfetioneTleB. EOCEEIES, btt . TTill b pleaded 10 ee his old ensromert, ami will suit then in price and quality. Call and boo us. "Quick Sties, and Smell PrtSiw. MfonVbe.undersold jT fiM FOR SAS.B . . ttielr'-nc-- , .BrT,fo .-- ill-om- War-r.G- eo. o Rose-cran- Cortnm hrPAchftrs. iniected a TlP?SlfTfff6iisr?e"rr?iigiouB!,tjfjtrx; into tlio Presidential campaign,, wlii eh neither improved tho tone of public morals nor heigtouetl public respect for worldly miuded ministers.' It will be many a long day before these clerical offenders recover from tho harm they havo dono themselves aud the causo of religion. auto- ' ' jiKi- -' Mttta crro SAJfL. C. on Dyrrsbor? . AMdrl;!,.- rotl, 5y njies - '' -- niCKMAH- . aiwtaaj.iaii TGSro-s-iwrLsa Kvl Jufci DavhJ A.tfq-- , ffrcwif 225. CJ- - , .IiOWJEa'rad'OWEfi.; i DEA1EB IU Itaiiak and JIOKUMHXTS, Amebican Marbi.p. AUkindnof Orocories UakJ, tiiirti, ie ai theoheapew. I lll Bd ba undersold. JUIIK WITIiHTk ehp i. TOMB AND GRAVE 'STORES. one-hal- ev-eve- ry , re-unit- . Gen. Grant, in writing his biography, says that the things ho aAVIJfO received a fine lot of Amer Italian Marble, I am pre remembers most vividly aro those of his early life, and that the Mex- pared to fill all orders. Call and examine work ican war seems more distiuot to ur drilers from the country promptly him than tho rebellion ; but it is may2t safe to say ho will never forget his short, sharp career in Wall street nor will some other people. HJITZ Indiana never goes back on Thomas A. Ilendricks. All the FASXIIOXABTJG money in the Republican party, all tho pension agents, all the repeaters, and all tho distinguished orators of that party failed to wrost tho State from tho DemoSHOP. North tfeat corner of Moscow 25cts Lower than the Lowest clerk rxpon9--n- o stcra eo and pay cash for all my Groctri9, and therefore can sell , ehp as the akeaa est. Best brands of Wittenberg ad Loa lar Flour, 25 cents cheaper tbam lk lew I have no JOllN WITH jj O. S1R0IB1, sale and livery stable Fahis & Parker, KENTUCKY STREET, on crats. Anti-Monopolis- ts, up at Portsmouth and declared that all murderers were Democrats some irrelevant person got up aud confused him by putting the conundrum, "Who killed Gar- "When Secretary Chandler got HORSES, BUQGIE8 and HACKS. Having pnrchaaod the stable. ; hortu and Troy Aenuca, East Hickman, Ky., and entire outfit of W. B. Pluaaer BJsSrga'ishction guaranteed. we propose to continue tbe buslaiMt April. solicit patronage- -- constantly KEEPS sale hand fa M ... ai field:" PAMILY HlOGERY BOOTS AND SHOES. -- non-eligibili- ty over-exciteme- nt , . Nortbwe8t-eend"SS-Tiew- Tho Mahono business in VirH. O. ginia, like the Butler business elsewhcro. has been completely (DAVIS OLD STAND.) wiped out. Littlo Mahoue is now 411 kinds of smaller than ever. There is ono good thing about STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Kentucky and Kansas. After a Presidential election it is never usually pt in & flrsl-clahouse, at bot necessary, iu either State, to doc- torn prices. tor the returns. TA9, FXi'Or CAA'D1S, is estiTho Indiana Legislature PICKLES mated strongly Democratic on IIOHINT, ORJTS iomt ballot. This, if true, secures Mr. Voorhees his seat in the Sou 3S& ss IXC-XEAA- JUDGE, E. GLAZIER. Keeps ia ttMk the very Best Material, anid keeps obIj Ihrbest workaen. Wert gnarantesd. repairing solicited THE BARTER GR0CERT- - . T, M. MONTGOMERY, aaasun. MK. J. his friends and the pnblio that to ate until 1S91. There is hope for Utah. Ajury has actually convicted a Mormon of polygamy. Xa A" m $ "u m9 Sugar, Codecs, SeajH, &c. SSWill not Will pay be undersold. full price for Butter, Egfts, &o ka will sell as the lowest. II is ready at all limes to exchange Grotaries at cash prices for Butter, Egg, Chickens, er any kind of marketing that the farmlag friendsmay bring in. The highest mar ket price always paid. J.M. MONTGOMERY & BM all ftiadaof be hna opened a new Fainr GociKiM,.wi,)i as low asd freih f opply ef so-call- ed 1 Vermont proposes to substitute death by electricity for hanging in case of capital punishment. TIYOLI HALL. -- OXO-- FOR SAL Tho best Columbus make of tb celfisvete FULTON BANK Jos. SOHM, Proper. ore of miroar, kx. very makes of Keeps the-best - i Capita, S50sOOO.OO. Discounts Paper and Loans Money, Baya and Helta Exchange on any Point in the United States, Solicits Accounts of the Peoplo Generally. Collections and Prompt Remittance at Current Rate of Exchange A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. and cool, and polite and attentive clerks to rye customers. Beer, fresh mm d DEALER mm. well-wor- n M. . L KNOERR, Kept for sale, at a bargain, at the Livetyr and Sale Stable of FARIS & PARKEB. (BIckruaD, Ky., Clinton Str.) black-mailin- g rc-tum- s, follow-citizens,- Groceries AND F. E. CASE, IS -- why-don'-t W. any-timejiaan- y Family Groceries. DIESTELBEINK bnt ao sup-port- !" LIQUORS. t; s0 Gne MuleYfor 2 tics for Sale. !. Family Groceries; AXB.ALSO. li space NOtrouble to name all articles, to show goods, andome and see, .at the corner of Troy .nr Moscow Avenue. East ilickmr , Ey ale. Apply Jo H. HUJBBAKD. ITets, Seines, Lines, Hooks aBil all ofiishing Tackle and SttppueK, at a h4j uroccriiM shu raraity oujuui gen I gain. kjJ I' erally' - - - "i : . ". -- " B t fc 1 r -- jp ir' y .... - .mU - '' .. - U. 1 W AaUhMaHl W-- i -- j