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BALE SII1X.S, ZSILT-.-H: ErrVBLOPES, LETTEE-HBADB, Helnie Bulldins, Clinton Street GEORGJE WARREN, Editor. rKXCE OF SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50. THANKSGIVING ESTABLISHED i860. way, tl'A old man was one of the. of Chicago, aaj jn a valise lie had under his seat that da's he had over fifteen thousand doUars.' "The .flush time of railway confjJence men and gamblers was (luring and for a few years after the war," said a trunk-lin- e conductor. "Money was plenty then, morals wore rather lax, tnd railway men did not seem to think it part of their duty to stand guard over the property of credulous travelers or thoe whose cupidity ran away with their reason. Besides Rush Wakemap or Billy Porter, as the boj's called "dm there were many other bright operators who were kings in their line. I remember minky' . Silver.. and his chun t 'Bio- .Tpr. .. . r - best-knostock-dealers d- Western Kentucky. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, K ERTpg y, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2S. 1884. u The Oldest Newspap-i- INVITATIONS, B .A.2DS. VQimm Hno: "am&mr m ETC.. ETC, 8XB3D T7W- 9. M i u think could be taken in, died in the harness. In the character of a drover who had been robbed he worked on the sympathy of an old farmer on an Erie train, in the vicinity of Hornellsville, and got one hundred dollars out of him. Before the poor drover could get away with his booty the farmer was informed of the swindle. He necked John as he stood on the platform of the car waiting for the train to slow up as it entered Addison, and the two fell oft' the train. John fell in under the. wheels and was cut into Thanksgiving Day. a hundred pieces. His family was promAnd when the board is set inent in a border Pennsylvania county, AVlth fruits and meat, where his father was a Judge. Not hard it is to All "It is a singular fact thnfninc out of Each vacant seat. They come not back, and j et ten ot the swindlers who onornta I have "nlway" raank"wn as- railroads are not the graduates of jod's poor to nil thoir place, Red Shirt. In- - Jersey' md 'Bed York city schools of genteel crime,New Thariksgivinff Day. as J(nr. M. F. liutt, in S. S. Timet. Shirt were the bosses of the tree-carone would naturally suppose them to be, monte men. and were marvebn-l- v ex- - but are natives of the country alon" the at tricks .. ... . .or T0TED CONFIDENCE MEN. pert a product with cards. 'Rai Shirt' lines. Thus, on tl v Rri,,, uviuv v F .v was of life among the ?et,n "Not one, not one, Is here Of all ivho cainc Easer, from runny ways. Bearing my father's name. A table scantly set, A plate, a pp nay, nay! Twcro not meet thus to keep f at. Thankspv'ng Day. A chair, a place for all ' Who usea to come. Is it not Mill, as once, The children's home? They 'will look down on m And smile and say: She still remombersm v GUESTS. BILL NYE AS A LAWYER. The Sor row and SudnosH Incident to an Act It a Practice. A dear friend in Pennsylvania writes no that he has learned casually that joine years ago I was a member of tho (egal profession,, and he asks me to state, if I will, publicly, whether that is rue, and, if so, why I abandoned the profession. It is true that I did practice law in ;he West for a short time, in a very quiet kind of a way. After a few months, however, I abandoned ny lucrative practice to accept the portfolio of tho Laramie City Postoilico. During my brief but tempestuous career as an attorney. J naid out S120 for rnL V'CSKi11 -- AjCURE FOR DYSPEPSIA. Makhi LOCKS AND KEYS. Jecta Tlia Faculty of Ulualvciiess. One of the liveliest examples of tho total depravity of inanimate objects is found in tho generally evil and impish behavior of locks and keys. We do not, to bo sure, in this couutry subject ourselves to such a tyranny of keys as do our transatlantic neighbors. Tho jingling basket or bunch of keys is not with us the indespensable accompaniment to the housekeeper, nor do we have tho tiny padlock on our silver sugarbowls, as is the case with a certain thrifty German Baroness with thirty servants under hor control. Wo do, however, have keys for certain purnpsos; that .is to Hie Tragic Death of 1IU Client press arc at present Andrew W. Tuer's method of making "good digestion wait on health on both." He ' wrote an article on this most important subject hrChambers' Journal and it must haveHpne good, for that popular a universal circulation. The gene 0pm;on m America is that Englishmen never have dyspepsia, but this sccmsa popular error. Mr. Andrew W. Tuethinks dyspeptic should bo "fetfg" so he fixed up a dofeo, which wc 5f"PPose wul result in a perfect nd publi-catiogjias TEnglish ..Rood Tjiffctlon AVatt on and Health on Doth." Appe-Wtlt- e, flie Total Depravity of Inanimate Ob- - "cueM 1 Spaniards. to judge. Many of the London street cars, made things expensive for the rural vis- all l ever saw, I think these country My principal reason, howovor, for dyspepsia aad other ills the flesh is heir The folds of gowns, the linings of muffs, on Railroad Trains. ire which run on more than 400 routes and itors at county fairs. He was the orig- sharpers can work way around the abandoning the profession, was the to. However, tho difficulty of getting bags and pockets, the edges of rugs and inator of the brilliant idea in cards earn' 7o.000.tKX) people a year, have swindler. They presume on their sudden death of my client. When a enough of the patient together carpets, cracks in the floor and Some Stories of Their Successful Tricks and known as the 'tissue-paptexts of Scripture neatly posted up in . racket.' His knowledge of the country and acquaint- young lawyer has assiduously sat and to hold an inquest on after tho of an and every sort, are the chinks of Their Occasional Defeats The them, at an annual cost of $2.50 for favorite role was that of a man bored to ance with railroad employes, not a few looked out of his office window for two operation of no hiding places of the slippery Chicago Stock Dealer and tha each. Tin's is the work of a London death with the monoton of riding on a of whom, in the old days," were well feed months and a client comes in and shows doubt impressed itself upon Mr. gnomo called key. That devouring association formed for the purpose. railroad, who was anxious to find con- by the .sharpers. The most of the opera- signs of intrusting business to him, Tuer, so he contents himself with plain space in the back of a lounge or upFarmer. genial partners for a social game .of tors were liberal, "Wc have seen it mentioned as a there springs up at once between the glycerine, which is not so boisterous in holstered chair is particularly dear to d fellows, euchre. In those-- days the newsboy and a good man' instances are remem- two a warm friendship. Such was tho its results. wonder by old Puritan writers," say3 is ono of the heart of a key as a place of concealThe death of Rush C. Wakeniau, the with his cards and Sturgeon", "that certain fish live in tho to hire to bered of their generosity in time of need. case with me. A middle-age- d those remedies that are not to be shaken ment, and many arc keys, big and litgentleonce noted railway passenger swindler passengers had not made his appear- I salt sea and yet their flesh is not salt.. man came into my office one day and after boin taken. Mr. Tuer says: A tle, which have found their Nirvana in remember once a woo g and expert gambler, as reported a few ance on our railroads, and We have met with far greater sinjnilari- on a road I was then running on, and said he had been referred to me by a drachm of glycerine mixed in half a these useful depths. For the tme and days since, has recalled man' reminis- to pass the time was comparatively a as he had loft a family in desti- party in town, and asked mo if I had of water is to be swal- holy delight of a key is undoubtedly to positively the whereabouts of his miss- ties hi the spiritual world, namely, men ' are cences among railroad men and others new thing. 'Red Shirt,' who would tute circumstances the "bovs were leisure to attend to him. I said that I lowed with, or immediately after each be able to lose itself totally and hope- ing sweetheart, and also in discovering who live in a sea of grace and readily have been taken for the making up a pUrse for him. would lay aside other matters and at- meal until tho enemy takes to flight, lessly, and yet all the while to lie perdu where her mother had jrone. He final not gracious." of his operations and those of g wealthy farmer, son of All profitable, successful linos of list was being tend to him at once, if ho wished. lie which in an ordinary case will be in so near the outer world that it can list- ly verified his suspicions by means of of his in the palmy days of their busi- overburdened with a both time and A subscription handed around at the station one dav, said it would be a great accommodation from ono to two days, and in an obsti- en with fiondish joy to the agonized an intercepted letter from the insane business arc special lines, so, if wo ness. money, always had, a dainty, brand and a g gentleman who was if I would allow ray other client to ac- nate one, perhaps a fortnight. Sooner search for itself, and shake its shoul- asylum, and about the same time heard would bo earnest servants of God, we "Rush Wakenian managed to keep new 'pack of cards in his valise, waiting for a train said he would do cumulate in the hall for a few moments, or later, unites tho predisjKaing causes ders with glee at the vanity of the that Mrs. Raggdale was in Hot Springs. must be specialists. Having one thing He at once telegraphed to the mothor, to do, understand it thoroughly, and do and he seldom had to wait long to get something for the dead man's family. tnd in the meantime do tho business are removed, another attack will follow, quest. out of the clutches of the law very up a game, and he rarely failed to man- He subscribed 'Cash, fifty dollars.' I that was on his mind. Ho had asked and the ghcorino will have to be rewas tho wife of the keeper of an who hurried to Oxford and managed to it as unto the Lord, casting oft the unIt said a gentleman connected abduct Charlie Kitchen, at the Thoresburgh sumed. g orthodox boarding house in the West and gother daughter from the asylum, profitable works of darkness and putting with the Erie Railway, "but very often age to select players who liad blood in afterward learned that the her to Cincinnati, where Mr. on the armor of light. Cleveland them.' The game of euchre seldom gentleman was none other than the no House, to give him the name of some "Predispotiug causes" having been who was kneeling at morning family came to grief at the hands of men he progressed far before 'Red Shirt' would poor young lawver. and Kitchen had referred to, must uow bo the endeavor prayers with hor head devoutly bent Hewlett had arranged to meet them. Leuar. torious John Baily. swindled or of railway employes. The say, in a careless d way, and "But, while once in a while some told him that 1 was about the poorest to find out what they are, so that a per- upon a lounge, and at tho instant that But unfortunately Dr. Moss ascertained Mr. Moody, speaking of his equable first time I ever saw him was in 1869. I speaking more to himself than green or person is now- lawyer he knew of. so he had come right fect cure maj be effected and the glyce-rin- o her worthy husband's "amen" was pro- the whereabouts' of the mother and temperament and steady nerves, says: to liie. discardel altogether. One's own nounced sprang to her feet, exclaiming daughter, and getting possession ol "1 am never excited in'my most exciaday s plucked on was a route agent of the United States to any one else: Miss Ragsdale, carried her back to tho " 'By Jove! this'd be a beauty of a confidence business railroad trains, the I saw at onee that he was a shrewd common sense would suggest that food vivaciously: Express Company. One dav I was a is almost plavod ting meetings. I can sleep like a top hand in a game of draw!1 business man, and I did all I could to known to disagree should be avoided. out. Besides the fact that the games a"There, Mr. Brown, thtre is tho key asylumtodespitehor protests, even threat- within three minutes of going into a fiasscnger on train on the Fort Wayne ening hayo Mrs. Ragsdale incarcerat- meeting, and I can be sound asleep "Whenever Red Shirt cached that are now all well known, the railroad please him. He was delighted with Indigestion is often set up at the earli- of the cellar door. east. At Liverpool, Ind., I knew lost it ed also. stage of the game you could make companies took tho matter in hand a the promptness with which 1 had done est and, to tie dyspeptic, the lightest somewhere about this lounge." I a three minutes after leaving it. man, about thirty-fiv- e T As soon as Mr. Hewlett arrived in were to get into a state of nervous Ifexyears old, carrying a small satchel, pretty big bets that his hand wasn't the few years ago and made it too warm tho work, and said he would have more meal of the dav, at which he probably Fancy the genuine disappointment entered the car I was sitting in, and only one around tho board that would for the sharpers to work either with for mo to do very soon, as he had pur- confines himself to crisp toast buttered of that key, which had been lying Cincinnati able lawyers were employed, citement I should have been dead Ions: with a chuckling vrhile the family sought "it in and Miss Hewlott "was released on a ago." took a seat at the side of an elderlv be a 'beauty in a gamo of draw,' and' comfort or profit. Several of the oper- chased the controlling interest in a new as soon as celd, gentleman dressed.Iike a farmer, and uiui umur ii:imi never laucu m ooing ators who eame on some ten years or so silver mine over at Jelin Mountain. On very lightly boiled egg, or a little vain, at being thus ignominiously writ of habeas corpus. Mr. Raesdalo "The Ten Commandments, mostly looking exceedingly unsophisticated. four aces, cold. The man who held ago are now in prison, and it is a bold the strength of this revival in trade. I fat bacon, tlu whole moistened with a brought to light, and that, too, by the and several acquaintances of the family negative or laws of not doing, arc not, were summoned as witnesses, and, be- all together," In a short time a conversation arose be- that hand never failed to he just game, member of the fraternity who ventures went down town and bought a half ton little tea. In the word just used, hand of the housewife, who should" have said Horace Bushnell, lies the "predisposing been thinking of other things than fore a court of lunaticode inquirendo, it "a weighty and broad upon the contween the two, and the youn enough to remark that his hand loomed to worK a passencer tram on through of coal. was clearly preyed that the young lady's "foot!, when only half searehing the I then opened a set of double entry caue.' Th man was soon informed that his up pretty fair for a poker hand, too. Eastern roads nowadays." AT. Y. crack of a lounge. science as Christ's oae positive law, 'Do books, which 1 still retain, and which chewed, is noistened with a sip'of tea Kevs, however, although usually, are mind was perfectly sane. was on his way to Then Red Shirt wouldn't say anything Times Tlie affair erdkted a great local sensa- ye unto others as ye would that others4 are almost as good as new. I had just to expedite iw departure to the stomach; not always lost Sometimes one really Valparaiso, wjiere he lived. 'This more about it, but make out as if he should do unto om.' Not even the got my new client fairly on the books but to insure its digestion, be it ever so does keep a key and then myriad indeed tion at Oxford, "al resulted in an order thnnders of Sinai are any match for tho seemed to be a very agreeable surprise was about to proceed with the ouchre NOT A BEGGAR. being issued that the Insane Commis- silent thunders of Calvary." game. For a man with four aces in when he was killed by 'falliug down a simple, the food must be thoroughly are the bewildering combinations of iu uiu stranger, who was masticated and receive during the pro- vexation whicii can be produced by a sioners should visit all private asyalso going to Valparaiso, and when the his hand, who has had the value of How an Impecunious 1'ollow Kulsed the shaft a distance of 200 feet in a Hattie Snell, a thirteen-year-ol- d hands as regsirds poker suggested to Wind In Detroit. direction. I then said that the cess the necBsaary moisture from the lock and key which are really giving lums four timos a year for the girl living in St. Johnsville, N. Y., old gentleman gave his name the youn-mais purpose of Investigation, n without American citiwas simply overcome with delight? him, is not a "Gentlemen," he began in a smooth, practice of the law was invested with saliva. Food should be swallowed with- their minds to it. warning the Superintendents of their the originator of an interesting .schomu zen if he sacrifices it at euchre, and no. out cxtraaeoas aid in a liquid form, and too much sorrow and sadness and shook the hand of the Valparaiso A favorite trick is for one's ordinary, molasses sort of voice, "I am e Mr. Ragsdale wbnitted to build a church. The Episcopal SoI could not endure the constant sunder- ought never vo lx washed down. A sip everyday lock, the lock of a desk or intentions. citizen warmly. He was a merchant body knew this fact better than Red ciety were attempting to raise money to but no bessar. I want to raise ing of pleasant, friendly ties which an of tea may b taken between the bites, infrom Chicago, and had been a school- Shirt. The man with the four aces drawer m constant use, to suddenly be- that he did no btHeve his daughter in- build a new church, and Hattie tool: a sane, but would give no reason for about three dollars, but I shall do it in active practice demanded. but not when there is fowl in the mouth, come intractable. One can put in the 1 sold my mate of the old gentleman's son, whom would invariably propose 'that thev test great interest in the project. She conhe had not seen for years. The two the value of the two hands in the usual 3 legitimate manner. Now, then, let Reviaed Statute to a new Notary Public of which a fa:r quantity ought to be dis- key, but the lock refuses to turn; then carcerating her In the asylum. The ceived the plan of obtaining aid from way. Red Shirt would at first prefer me ask yon to inspect this." posed of befote the tea is. even thought the key refuses to come out of the key- same Court of Infnirv gave the custody at Lafet Chance, and gave my other law conversed pleasantly for a few minutes, of. The tea itself, by being slowly hole; one twists and turns and wrenches; of Miss Ragsdalo to her mother, declar- the statesmen at Washington, and she warm when a middle-age- d l gentlemen came m not to bet, but finally would back his He took from his wrote letter to nearh ever bodv whose a jwee of books to a disposed jerKnal friend. sipped, receiresits share of hand. The other umn would raNe hire, the saliva one tries a drop of oil, a souueon of pro- - ing that Mr. Ragsdale was not a fit thus of my library, I from the smoking ear. He was a high- i2BUri!ssionalklii iron chain as large as his thumb and Having from a. i and is reocrcd more digestible. And iaim.v.m, to an TMwtfw- - snnftsui it would tm. back HFiWS-iiu retired the practice of my ly respectable appearing person, and, of course. And fraorjKms3Bn'lB!dDntrjhute!tiTcjv containing six links and passed it 1t Snm- - MVHCT'iMIIHJIlkfttl jlowiuJttYi, 1inx&an.-muj and forth, until it .suited Wed takttuc !iirtto iiMirwrzass tiriuyITtlJilJt1'tr!"'JlJl!''"jl' while walking through the aisles his bricks. Her plan iVftgnititedROHrfiillvtiefmin that m&irahidrfowF who elm iWr ufffest turn in the lock; nav, more, it will keep TfnSnllWlettSrAfiis daughter, butfI letters were writtenwa so novel and her ayes ell upon the pleased young man nn tne mutter to ft oiotrrwrou"e xrmd in sue!, childish in- tnilped or drunk down ouick- - on turning indefinitely round and roifnd declined to be present at the ceremony. speeieu uj' each ol the part)- he con- house a the eloe of a leautiful summer milk whon wouui can nis opponent. who was talking with the elderly were and after the trial weat to New York to jreiiuosne-.- s mat tne rrjon-eday. There is nothing that w ill dam up ly, readilydo so when it is slowly sipped, without the slightest eff ct as far as un"'Fo'iraces!' that ckjlrson would tinued: from Valparaiso. The newattend to some the moth- - large. Among the contributors were haMt of takiujr one's breakfast in locking is eoncerii'.-d- . The "I want to bet ray overcoat, which is the flood of professional business so One turns it comer's face brightened up, and he say. Pr Arthur, all the members ol Hewlett 'What!' Red Shirt would exclaim. certainly worth 10, against S3 in cash quickly as a course like this. A young tlse manner recommended is eo very furiously, one pushe- - it in slowly, one er. daughter and Mr.determinedeame to the Cabinet, General Sheridan. Vice touched the young man on the shoulder to have T.nf'c on Vml' that none of you can separate one link lawyer ma)-- be ever so popular and easily acqnired that, after the first trial, tries to "draw it our with a sudden ierk. this city , where they and called him by name. The pleased President Edmunds, Speaker Carlisle, "The man would throw his cards from the others." overworked: no matter, he can remove no inconvenience will be felt; in fact, one breaks one's nails picking at it. At the marriage occur stranger looked up and evidently recogIt is said that the joint property many of the Senators and a largo num-le- r The piece of chain was passed around his library to the small-po- x hospital, the food will bo enjoyed and the pleas- last the key comes out with suddennized a friend, for the two shook hands down. Red Shirt, picking them up, of Congressmen. would ran them over quickly, and then again to be more closely scrutinized, and in a week he will have all the ure of the meal greatly increased. In- ness which sends one violently back- of Mr. and Mrs. Ralalc amounts to and inquired" solicitously after each oth$750,000. Mrs. Ragsdale told a reportrubbing his thumb on oneof the ace and finally one of the party, who was a physical relaxation and intellectual re- discretions committed at the dinner-tabl- e wards. Then the family is .summoned. er last er's health. Presently the evening that she thought her PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. are credited as the cause of many " Do come and see if you can do anysaid, something in Ins friend's car. The J cards would shave off a covering that machinist" returned it with the remark: pose he wants. revealed two more spots making it a "And I want to put up that sum So like the swift flight of a brilliant dyspeptic attacks, but probablj more thing with this abominable lock, it husband had behaved as he did in orOne of Sir Joshua Reynolds' finest Inenu looked somewhat annoyed,, and der to force her to accede to a propoagainst your overcoat that you can't do meteor across a black sk, I flashed may be traced to the pernicious habit must surely be broken." said in a voice the old gentleman could tray spot. sition of his concerning tlie disposal ot work, "Simplicity," was sold last " 'Look here, my friend,' he would it yourself." through the heavens, lighting up the indicated ami indulged in by so many The doubting member of the family some property. She sekl, moreover, month in London for$18,0M). Simplicieasily hear: How much is it? Have you "Done!" said the stranger as ho pulled wide realms of space and then disap- persons at breakfast and tea. say, indignantly, I thought I was playsmiles incredulously and takes tlie key. that hor got tha bill with you?' The Leon an excellent ty alwa s pays. l.ovtll Courier. A final hint as to the ten at breakfast. It fits into the peared forever. With thousands ol and the lock bnriness husband had took a paprfroni his pocket and handed ing with gentlemen. You can't run off his coat. manager, bntthnt he had a The town of Derby, Conn.,, has Coat and cash were put up in the other people to select from, death The epicurean method of making it, and gives way without a murmur. it to his friend, saying that he must in any of your Chicago tricks on me!' six drum corps. When they are "Then he would throw down a hand hands of a stakeholder, and the stranger sought out the only client I ever had and that, we believe, practiced by profes" I thought there was nothing the mat- stroke of paralysis aboathad years ago, thirteenon have the money, as he had been called u'',lu"1 acted very all out imrade ttiere is but is to put a single ter with the Arey," says the doubting and that at times ho always beat three of a kind, and asked the group to follow him. lie gathered him in. "With a world full of sional away from Chicago suddenly and would that whole- townj.to t strangely. Louisville l. and a goat lef J spoonful, let it be of the bet and with- member, throwing an impleading emphaneed it before ho "cot back before the others recovered from their walked across the street and into a the aged and tho sick, to saj' nothing of stanl ou the street comer anil puncture from the E.ist. The bill was for goods astonishment the money would be in his blacksmith shop, and picking up a Chinamen and Indians not taxed, tho out any admixture of green into a sis on " key." It is quite useless to inA ROMAN BARBER SHOP. the atmosphere with cheers. Philadd1 is filled up with sist that it "did refuse to turn; nobody behe deliberately grim reaper struck his sickle into a man breakfast cup, which purchased, and amounted to five hun- possession, and he would make a break hammer and . i jthia Thousand, Hzht Hundred and dred dollars. The joung man didn't for the car door. He never failed to cut out a link. The crowd stood around in whom I felt a wonderful interest. No boiling water, covered with a plate or lieves it, and the key quivers with de- About One Ninety-Si- x Cues "Who owns this hotel?''.. like so many pumpkins at a county one knows, who has not seen his sole saucer, and allowed to stand for three light and the lock thrills with a joy Ago. Years happen to have that much money with time his play with the movements of the Scene A tonsorial studio in Rome. Waiter "Mr. Blank am do proprietor, i him an currency, but he had a certified train, and when the climax came the fair, but when the stranger held up the client cut down before his face, the minutes only, when after decanting known oaly to tlie successful practical sah." Guest "Glad to hear it. TV into anothor cup, so as to dispose of the joker. B. C. 12. check for one thousand eight hundred cars would be slowing up for a station. jinK ana claimed tne stakes the ma- frrnnr enrrmtr flit Ciittlnc f1rM, litmu lt thought from yor actions that thai? Again, who does not know the awful dollars, and if the creditor could give It was no trick at all for him to get oft chinist recovered his wits sufficiently to heart at such a time. How lonely my leaves, which will remain behind the Dramatis Persotuc The I artist, the waiters owned the hotel." Waitgr-r-v; office seemed after that How still it tea is made. Sugar ib added to taste, vagaries of which a tmnk lock is capahim the balance he would gladly liqui- a train moving fifteen or twenty miles exclaim: journeyman and afterwards a pnetor. "O, no, sub. We don't own nuffiii' hut "Sold by a professional deadbeat! seemed. I could not endure it. I at and lastly, milk and very little, if any ble? The refusal to catch whon the date the debt. By a most singular fa- an hour, and he never got caught but " The Artist 'Yovl scurvy Daeian de guests." Pkittklpkia Call. once that I know of. Then he was fol- The money" is yours, old fellow, but in once abandoned the profession to its of it. Tea mado in this manner is not trunk is packed: the refusal to turn tality the creditor didn't have the only deliriously aromatic, but most di- when one stands by impatiently waiting slave. I'm half disposed to hurl theo At Buffalo, N. Y., recently, several amount. Then the pleasant youn"-ma- lowed close by his victim, and thev both exactly thirty seconds after 3011 receive fate. Contrary to mj fears, however, it gestible; for the bitter tannin, which is the inspection of the Government to the beasts in the arena. train together. Red" Shirt it I shall begin to kick, and you had Thou men, whose pastime was turned to the elderly gentleman got soon rallied. Young blood entered into apt to harden literally to tan the official. from Valparaiso and blandly asked him was given a most beautiful trouncing, bolter be twenty rods off!" could'st have sold a flagon of our new or "birding." as they say in the South,, "Thanks glad to have mot,, you but the man did not get his money the practice, and in three months after food in the stomach, is left behind. Once more, who ever locked with elixir unto Pompilius had'st thou but were chatting and chaffing together? if he could not give him the cash for tie "That's an A 1 dog of yours," said especial caution a door or box against rightly used thy tongue. check. The old man's regret was about five hundred dollars. It hap- good day!" replied the stranger, and he I had turned the key in my office door Detroit Free Press. bystander to oneof the sportsmen, t'In;. pened that as Red Shirt was hurrying was out of sight in seven seconds. De- one would nardly notice that so recently some intruder that he was not himself The JottmeyrtMnQ, worthy master, touching to witness. Contrary to his a bright light in the legal profession had the first person to wish an entrance, I did try my best; buS he, tho young pa- d'eed!" was tlie reply. "I thought 'it SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION. custom, he had left home with less than out of the car he met John Baily on the troit Free Press. was a Iv D (canine). been squelched, and a clarion Voice that and invariably was witlrout the key? trician liad gone brokein playing. that amount of money in his clothes. platform coming in, and quick as a flash Latch-key- s had always rung out for eternal justice Those Faculties Which Detolop I'Irst Must and locts, too, are" sub"You say von look high for your Not Remarkable. T. A. Silence, dog! Here comes a The young man was just about to ex- he passed the monej", all crumpled up be Kducaled l'lrst. and equity, at so much per equity, had ject to the most bewilJering changes. wealthy Pnetor. daughter. Is not an English lord higbi press his sorrow to his creditor when a in a wad in his hand, to John. Red "There are two occasions whon a man ceased to vibrate. The advocates of a wider choice of The keyhole of a latch-ke- y has been "Ah, what. inr f enough r sir. happy thought seemed to strike him. Shirt made thousands of dollars during Enter Tnetor.. I was d and cool, but a studies in American education are of knaA'n kite at night to slip and down "May all the gods to thee and thine ordinate ambition! Perhaps you look t fr He asked the old gentleman to let him his career, but he died in a Pennsylvania should not speak," said old Sam Johne normalh conservative attorney. I was two classes: One class, admitting the the iioor with a rapidity calculated to be favorable! Would'st trim thy per- toward aa alliance with a pIiimber?Mi of consumption a few years son, turning to Boswell. Lave five hundred dollars and take the not only conservative in my "practice, bewilder the brain ol the most steady fumed locks or from thy manly cheek "Higher still. "Higher still?" UreatDj- "What are those occasions, Colonel check until they reached Valparaiso, ago. I think his name was Brown. d "In the days of which I speak emi- excuse me, I mean Doctor? Thonht but in my gross receipts. I saw at once claims of linguistic training to superi- ami hea ens. royalty ilcnlf?" "No, sir; a c'tizen striving to the silky hair remove?"- when they would have it cashed. The ority, asks only the option of employing Niagara hack-drivhas laid his fortune' P. (sitting) I would be razored. old gentleman actually appeared grants were the especial prey of these we lived in Arkansaw. I ask what are that I could not afford to pnj forty dol- either ancient or modern languages, gam admittance to his home. AB these various, examples, however, lars per month rent and depend upon a sharpers, as they are yet to a great deT. A. (freicoing his victim with at her feet. 9 ashamed to be obliged to disappoint the thoe book fifty is od friend of his son, but the fact of the gree. In those days, fiowever, the pres- book. occasions?" taking out his note- cents account of two dollars and tha't saving a little space, perhaps, for nat- of the iniquity whichkeys capable of lather) How hkest thou theblade? It "Has he gone, dear?" "Yes, grand-- j ent system of exchanging their money to offset it. Whilo I may say only provo came but yesterday from Alosaudria, ma. ural science. The other class holds, dwelling in locks and matter was he had only thirty-seve- n "ami wnat was mat. sound in "One is when he has nothing to say." I was passionately fond of the "study first of all, that the art of education what may have L'een before stated, that and is the best the rosy Orient ' makes. the hall, Jessie?" "Why, it must have t dollars on his person, he said, and he for drafts on landing here or before "Yes," said Boswell, taking down the and the practice of the law, I felt most must be based upon the science ol an impish and tricksy soul dwells in P. It pulls like Hercules. apologized for being caught in so em- leaving their native land was not in been the door shutting, grandma"'-"Youeach lock and key, and these two are keenly the ostracism and the depressing barrassing a position. Thej-oun(Pause.) grandma may be old and deaf, . man vogue, and they carried large amounts remark. psychology, and that the symmetrical never so truly happy as when, sepa2'. A. (after rubbing some soap in the Jessie, but doors did not shut with a 'And the other is, when he has just isolation wmen it seomed to enjrendor. tcld him not to mention it, and the of available funds with them on the Hill ATye, in Louisville Couricr- - development and highest efficiency of rately or in evil combination, they are Pnetor's eye and winking at the jourcreditor passed on, looking exceedingly cars. The trains were so long that it said what he has had to say." sound like that when she was a girl.6 " the mind can be secured only throurfi a able successfully to vex a frail human neyman) Thou hast aTicad, O noble "Did the men wear mustaches then, . 'Wisdom," muttered Boswell, reach- Journal. disappointed. By and by the young was impossible for tho train men to training which gives tho due amount of being so that "every part about him Prastor, like to ApolloTarabrosial locks, grandma?" "No, my dear." "Well, . man got up and walked Lack to where watch the doings of confidence men, ing for his pencil, which had fallen on Birds Drowning Fishes. exercise tceach faculty. It has long quivers." Boston Courier. such as I ne cr before have handled. that makes the difference probably.'" the other was sitting. They talked to- - even if they were so inclined. ..harje,rs the floor. . -- May I ask, Doctor, who was the been recognized as an absurdity to But what base hand last scissored them. Pittsburgh Ckroniele-TeUgrap! then the possessor of could 'get in tlieir "wofIT anuieave sus- - the most discreet man of speech you Captain McLean, of the bark Fifth of suppose that the muscular part of ever anuwr 'Twas vilely done. r ib unfortunately larsre certified cheek tram oeiore tneir presence was A ROMANCE OF A New York lady who was very . "Y'cs. His name wag Anderson Hay-le- Lorn, of Glasgow, which sailed from tho human organism gets its best P. Thine own, lastjkalends. returned to his seat with the old man. Eected, or any one knew that swindling mucn airatd ot the sea was induced tLi perpetrated. 'Big Jersey,' as Used to haul cross-tie- s An Alabama Itomeo Rescues Ills Juliet (Pause-- ) out in Sa- Lyttleton, N. Z., April 26 last, passed development from any one kind " 'Would you mind," said he, 'letting a quiet, clerical-lookin- g Coney rr man named from an Insane Asylum. T. A. (gashing thochin and nibbing take a trh on the steamboat to r The me have the thirty-seve- n Cape Horn May 23 and arrived at Lon- of hard work. dollars until Warren Krickmorc was known, was a line County. way was ho Island. She did not show much alarm' so discreet of don "In what At 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon in some alum) Thy scalp is slightly may have strong-arms- , wc reach Valparaiso? My friend says famous worker of emigrant trains. August 21, reports the following or machinist He speech. Doctor?' with very defective legs. The ilr. T. G. Hewlett, of Huntsville, Ala., fevered, noble sir, and capillary dry- until tlie boat was fairly ont at sea,t& will help him out very much in the was a college it graduate, was said, will be strong in the back, "In never saying anything that should singular occurrence: July 22, whon in ness has begun. "Would'st thou try when she suddenly turned pale andr way of expenses until he can use some whether he was or not,it he could but latitude twenty degrees one minute but will have a stooping posture and a and Miss Sallie A. Ragsdale.of Meridian, our new elixir? I had the secret from shuddered. "What is the matter?"., talk not be said." paper he has.' Miss., were quietly married at tho par- an Egyptian hag. look at all of different He came s, "Did he never, in a momont of north, longitude twenty-nin- e ITtvill make each asked her husband. "Just degrees cramped chest; much rowing produces "'Certainly not!" rcph'cd the old seven Baltimore languages. It w:is a those get " "Don't from originally. sonage of the Methodist Church, at No. ringlet glossy. speak without mature delibera- forty-eigman, heartily. Til let you have it with favorite scheme of his to board minutes west, a floating spar about tho same development. Similarly scared," replied her husband, soothan em- tion?" P. I triod it once on a day. It mado pleasure.' was seen and a boat was lowered and with the brain. The most prolonged 70S Fifth street, by Rev. Henry C. Setingly. "I dare say there is not one n babe. "Sir, he never did." and severe exercise of the memory will tle. The ceremony was strictly private, it smoother than a "As he was counting the bills out the igrant train, and donuingahat that gave the spar towed alongside. On exami not perceptibly improve them that is in order." Texas Siftings. ' ' him the appearance of an official of the (Pause.) "A most rcmarKauie man. the obervin' the only witnesses being the mother of 3'oung man's creditor came up. The train, pass through the cars and inform What a. bov will not do: A boy will T. A. (slitting the. cheek and soaking "Sir, not necessarily; he was dumb." nation it was found to be valueless, powers, and no amount of drill in obc old gentleman counted the thirty-seve- n tho bride and Mr. Clifford, a friend of the emigrants, in wliatever language being worm-eate- n up the blood with papytus.) Excuse not smoke his father's cigars when the ' Jrkanstnc Traveler. throughout, but a vation will secure a full development of dollars and laid it on his knee. Then they might speak, that was the family. This ceremony terminated me, Pnetor, it was but a scratch. 1 box is kept in a burglar-proo- f it necessary safe. He large shoal of fi4.l1 which had accom- the pow'ers of abstract thought. he placed hfehand on a heavy cane he for them to change thoir raonev for is very fully and clearly .et forth one of tho most singular romances ever conld not help it, forj thou turn'st thy will not pour a nest of red ants dowro. panied the spar abandoned it and combad. The Manicure's Art. American currency before leavin tl.nl menced eating tho barnacles from the in Mr. James Sully's new work, "Out- encountered outside the pages of a nose as if for sternutation. Would'st his little sisters back if the latter wears, . "There's your money,' said he. train. Thev readily produced their dre-d and there is no a Parisian fashion of having a pro- ship's roltom. This continued until the lines of Psychology." I the second novel. The story, as gleaned from Mr. thou sneeze? The Take it.' The 3'oung gold, and silver, for which he gave P. I may. Thou hast been drinking suow on the ground. He will not'eaT" man reached for it, and the next mo- them worthless paper money. One night fessional manicure polish and point tho 27th of July, when o in latitude thirty-eig- place, continues Mr. Sully, "the whole Hewlett, his bride, her mother and Mr. is looked. Hc, ; degrees forty-twpie if the pantry-doo- r minutes north, scheme of training should conform to Clifford, of the Broadway Hotel, who barle3' wine" and eating Tuscan garlic ment tho heavy cane came down over he took over $3,000 from emigrants finger-naihas become surprisingly lorgitude thirty-fou-r (Pause.) will not tie a tin can to a cat's tail jf. tho natural order of development of the has known the Ragsdale family for degrees thirty-si- x his fingers with a rap that brought him on tho Central Road between Auburn prevalent in New York. At the T. A. (dropping thclather brush down there is a dog handy. He will not go ' minutes west, the fish left the ship after faculties. Those faculties which de- many years, is as follows: to his feet with a yell of pain. Tho two and CananiJKgua before the swindle establishment in town thflre arc, having cleared the ship's bottom, by velop first must bo exercised firsL It s The groom is a young gentleman of the Praetor's neck) I have some won- in swimmintr when hi mother forbiuSf swindlers started for the car door, but was discovered. He had the name of besides the proprietress, about a dozen which the speed of tho vessel was in- vain, for example, to try to cultivate the excellent social standing, and holds a drous hair-o- il in yon jar, and fain would it if the skating is eood. So, after all, the old ican was on his feet in a second, being one of the most remarkable card younT women assistants. The "pa- creased two knots per hour. Soon after- Dower of abstraction before the powers Sosition of special agent of the New sell thee some. 'Tis very cheap and boys are no so verybad. Golden Days7 and with a blow from his cane on the manipulators ever known, and it is said stuff you'll never find jn ward First inventor "Hello, GcorgeliTf head of the old friend of his son brought that many of the wonderful tricks with tient" on his arrival is shown into a re- served a singular commotion was ob- of observation (perception) and imagi- position & Texas Pacific Railway, which hotter No! by tho gods! (Rises K0mc. P. on the ocean, which was nearly nation have reached a certain degree of and pays What are you at now?" ' Second requires him to travel a good him to h's knees in the aisle. The other cards performed by elegantly furnished, calm. Butls were seen movinjr about strength. This d ception room, proposition deal. Something more than a year ago three sesterces). "Greatest invention of the age.' ' man wafi stopped by passengers. Thev formers fifteen and twenty years per- where T. A. (biting the com to see if it is Shall soil millions and make millions ' he awaits his turn. When it ar- on the surface with great rapidity, oc- is one of the best accepted principles in he visited Meridian and stopped at the aT were both taken into the baggage-ca- r originated with him. 'Big Jersey' went a fine the operating ushered irincipal and bound to a beam. When the train to Texas in 18C9, and was killed there rives he is placed ininto easy chair with casionally disappearing beneath tho the modern theory of education, though owned andhotel of tlie place, which is genuine.) I have aught assortment, no- sure." "But what is it?" "A that thou an room and water and coming up again half there is reason to apprehend that it operated by Mr. L. A. Rags-dal- ble sir; see'st thou "Oh, pshaw!" "Yes, but reached the swamp wilderness of North-er- a in a brawl by a man whom he had beat- a who is also a wealthy and leading table attachment, on which are jars, strangled. As the vessel approached still frequently violated in practice "-- F. this is a thermometer for summers-hotels.Indiana they were dropped from en out of a large sum of money by card Lruihcs, sponges, files and various lit- it was seen P. I do. A. Fcrnald. t that a shoul of fish several Popular Science citizen of that place. Mr. Hewlett be"No money in it." "Butthb the train. don t know how they ever tricks. 7. A. (smiling and nodding to the is a new ami improved kind. It has came acquainted with Mr. Ragsdalo's tle ivory implements. The finger-tip- s acres in extent was visible on the water. Monthly. away from there, but two years rot "It is a notable fact that family, which consisted of his wife, son journeyman) What is it, noble Pne- more mercury in "t than the old kind.-anor liver would alight on tho later a man who was playing cards with confidence men I rememberall of tne are first soaked in cologne awater, then A gannot great fish, Color perception is referred bv Dr. in those covered alternately with nd a very pretty daughter, who, al- tor? salve and back of a its tail and spread will ell like hot cakes. Summer , three others in an Erie smoking-ca- r near days either met violent deaths or died in powicr. Then follows the polishing, wings to catch tho breeze, dig its claws Swan Burnett to certain P. The sidewalk. Life. centers iii the though but fifteen years old. was develhotel proprietors will pay big prices for Homelkville was pointed oat to me by overt)' or wretchedness, as 'Red Shirt' He holds oped far beyond her The whole A friendship -- More mercury? nhy, what deep into them. abrakeHian as Rash Wakeman, who Sid, and as Rush Wakeman has just filing and shaping. an hour and cosfcr go before the finny monster's hide and brain. with the that it is time to do prang up ltween age. young Onppn Victoria has never fnfi-e- the the wind at such a tremen- away idea of supposing the people, lasts about aavautago is tnair ' "Can you v just won ose thousand dollars oa died. John Baily, as nice a little gen- ono.dpilar. When it is finished tho dous speed as sodh to drown the ani- retina a differentiating organ; he re- which soon ripened into love, but Mr. & yn l?X tompanunie is si, haad from the other plavers. I tleman, apparently, as ever walked, as and nails tire fit objects for preserva-tioni- ia mated craft. The bird would then de- gards its function as that of merely re- Ragsdale objected to the match on the She is not i i4firmnmetcr will rejns- in tha .ii weogniwid in hita the friend of the ctrnn fwnlH n,oll mU ......... :.t ti score of his daughter's youth, and after used to do, and the eniorcca Jack of wun rne X "fa"1, the Smitsoni&n Institution. JV. vour tho fish ab its leisure. Manchester ceiving and transmitting luminous viold gentleman s son rilZ upon her health, ter 12 in r'.o Mmdc." Philadelphia' YWrauo bytneconfiaencof people you would never !' J&tf and Express. frxifk. dwwiisjoB it was agreed, that brations, w has a bad effect (Eng.) Courier. Call. Sl&XmxL ' iO u'ara- - Kiigui ijnvorTrn-'ratlway"'"tfairis- 2SB2aamifcf&&!B: liorncllsville, and similar places. From New-Yor- k )jatlalinign4iinlt 1 AM! was never paulfor, as near as am able I clycrino fiffo?3ft!lm&r No dbubT the very shape ami material of keys a a dose and somo hearty peculiar elusiveness and a slippery facexercise after it would effectually euro ulty of hiding in unheard-o- f places. MtiSuQr's. remedy is otnitro-glycorine i, SSiSSlSaillk 1 well-beloved er nitro-glyccri- Wide-Awa- ke good-hearte- Nitro-glyccri- lap-boa- rd hmV-nmn-n card-playin- theyshould at wwait until the youn" lady had conpjW-pi-. her education. Mr. Hewlett was called away from Meridian onlpijteess, but returned be., fore tho fathwjwd completed tho arrangements febend his daughter to a boarding-scfiopt-Staunton, Va. Ber foro Miss Rags&Ie was ready to startagain called to New Mr. Hewletfct Orleans on bn'tftess, and Mrs. Ragsdale went to Hotfr5ngB, Ark., to be treated for rbenm4!mj Mr, Hewlett wrote to his sweeSfcafter his arrival in New OrleanWsS received a reply stating that herjfcgr would take her to the school :a"Kfinntonia a few days. Mr. Hewlefgpafd, buf waited in vain for an ansHsnd finally, becoming alarmed, hef-AicaJfrienin Meridian inquiringf vpg haoVhecome of Miss jSiYSwas that father andjWKMste2Qp3difr Mortaiarts-for- . juiumuu. Acting on that information Mr. Hewlett wrote to Miss Rafrsdale it Stann- ton, but failinj: to cet a repl-- ascer tained by inquiry from the facuhy that she was not there. He again wrtte fo his friend, and after some delay the Tatter informed him that he had seen a lt-tfrom Oxford, O., addressed to Mi Ragsdale, and bearing the business card of Dr. Mos3, the Superintendent of a private insane asylum in that place. The distraoted lover did not know what course to pursue at first, and consumed valuable time in ascertaining at tmr: OJb.XtX AMT3 - SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Scholars are frequently met4 with who are ignorant of nothing- save their own ignorance. to-b- e -- - d studying at the University of Zurich. They are admitted upon equal terms with the male students. The first society for the occlusive purpose of circulating the Bible was organized in 1605, under the name of -tho British and Foreign Bible Society. MUs Sarah F. Smiley has been ' licensed by Bishop Doane of Albany, to read and explaijtrbjj Scriptures "in such parishes as ?Ih$& invited to teach in by the rectors." 'Allying Journal. Tho dome ot St Peters, at Rome, ' has been under rewur for eleven a ears. xvholeof tnovast cupola has been re'-covered with load, chiefly given by pious . . There are twenty American girls er wine-glassf- ul j-- easy-goin- pious-lookin- -," pious-lookin- t off-han- over-credulo- us - fine-looki- ng bread-and-butt- er "raoist-oned,"nrobab- ly fellow-passeng- er une-iooiu- ng erpen-dicul- ar true-bor- for-me- dead-brok- jKx-ke- -o profes-SkmUd' J" K iw:- - - nainttmit!frrraMmgmdfagF gon-tleraa- n, s I 11 new-com- er new-com- er key-ho- le -- tea-taster- s, OeHrier-Jourita- m m cold-chis- el Pre. I . n oft-th- e qimil-shootin- -- al clear-heade- "o, er poor-hous- sober-minde- r g h. TO-DA- y. stone-cutte- coal-heav- er forgot-fulnes- ht new-bor- d Tin-matt- er high-necke- s, good-looki- ng ht ls best-kno- wn sleight-of-han- self-evide- nt r." e, de-sire- " I d per-foraaan-ce bd - ee pa-foa- "" a"y iXnte!: & s'-- ! "1 ty-fi- ve . 1 JT '- k- - n m comfort. Aunt Abby pities mc I know; and I love her, for queer ways, and I more than half sulpec she knows the other girls hate her-i- t will o one GEORGE WARREN, Publisher. help to tell her about this. I believe one reason llowed to go to KENTUCKY. Greenwood why I'm HICKMAN. Hill is becaSS Frank b invited me to that party last winter. I couldn't attend for want of a THANKSGIVING. dress. 1 Thefficlanan Courier. Whit-com- She was angrv enough. i5oor child. what shall we render, what gifts shall wo and jrneved emmrri. .?... elm had - bring-To tho Lord of the harvost, our Maker nnd not cried, until a rfef note; from Aunt King? Abby Thayer announced the fact that His sunshine was poured over orchard and she would probablv be unable to pass the approaching holiday plain, the Alike on the ground of the evil and good; Wakes, then she broke down entirely. All fcoftly descended His bountirul rain. Now she would have onlv tho teethOn the churl who had often His kindnoss ing, fretful baby for eomnanV, while the withstood: And the irraco of the flowers, tho sheaves of rest would be bavin"a erftid frolic in the wheat. cnnoiniN Were wont from the hand that rules bitter Snilirft Wl,it,1.V,0 and sweet. kitchen; then there would he a spread, Not loss thnn to thank Mm, not more may goodies she hadn't helped to prepare; we do. that would be a tasting He needs not our praise 'mid the worship what had causedtreat of itfblf, lo'l nor her neither Heaven; of Yet Imply its minor steals tonderiy through anxiety; then would come merry games Somv rift in the chorals if truly tis given. and Frank Whitcomb witi&his tall figNiiy", hush, llttio faith! If Ho stoop to our ure, curling mustache and. handsome prayer Yor tho psalm of our gladness, He surely face would be conspicuous w the happy shall eare. company. And wo thank Hint, not only for blossiugs It must be confessed that the next bestowed. two days were very unhappy ones for For the galn wo havo counted with Cassy, chiefly so because .jifwas yield. triumph and pride. Wc thank Him for conflicts midway on tho ing to feelings of resentment, strongly road. For fair things withholden, for ploadlngs at variance with her usually sunny, hopeful disposition. ButJSfc aro indenied. For trial and hiuderaneo; llo saw from clined to the belief that 'flulwork and above. And all that He gavo or withhold was iulovo. no play makes Jack" noteonly a "dull" but a very discontented boySand Cassy Aht sometimes tho oloud has boon murky was being crowded too far? and thick. But Cassv Avas a Ciritiia. Hoj: par And wearily kneeling, at close of tho day, "Lord, listen, for one whom thou lovoat Is ents had beeu Christians betoftTlfer. Of hick. And one whom wo love," has been ours to her father she rerfienibered nothing, but say. her mother had not left her until she Ah I tho cross has boon hoary; was seven jars old, and tho teachings tho pain Has silenced earth's music, again and again. of her little- girlhood w ere all Christ and O , When tho grnpos havo been jrathored, the my own mistress, and I won't stand it, fields h& o been shorn, so now! I don't owe thein much; my And tho wealth or the land has been garrk ,haf. Paid all aion.r, and precious nered with Joy, Tor the flow of the vintage tho sold of tho little clothing or schooling they've given corn, . What tribute of praise shall we fondly em- - me. m eighteen, ohLenough to be " - ", -- f - arise To Him who has dowered ua evening and morn With mercies uncounted, like stars in tho skios. 01 what hnlL we rendor, what strains shall wo bring. To our Maker, Dofender, our Captain, our -- Still, never dofeated, though often o'orborne. Still, conquoriug evor, our songs thall heaven-war- d. church-goin- g King? reign. For tho millions of homes that so sturdily stand. Where mothers In honor their scoutres maintain. For irtuo9 transmitted from father to son. For all of renown that our country has won. When crapes have been gathered, when Holds havo been shorn. And the wealth of the earth Is in garner and bin. Ere the bugles of tempest ttatfr message have borne. Or tho storms of tho winter their fury begin. To .the Giver of Good lot ouranthoms acond. For tho Lord of the harvost is always our Friond. E. Sangoter. ti Denwreet's Monthly. Wo thank Him for freedom, for peace in our land. For the rolcoa of children, for purity's CASSY'S THAKKSGimG. Her Prayer for Patience, and How It Was Answered. She was an orphan, brought tip in the family of her uncle, Mr. Gideon Blake, of South Peaehtnii. It seemed hard that she, the prettiest of all the children of the household, should be subjected to a life of constant toil and moil in the kitchen and nursery of the Blakes. But then, according to the assertion of the heads of tho house, "she ought to thank hor lueky stars, that she was adopted into a respectable family in her childhood instead of having been sent to an asylum, as many a helpless orphan was obliged to be.' But y matters of a trying nature had reached a painful climax, and Cassy's pretty face was disfi?red with crying, and her ht'Hrt vain a turbulent state of anger and disappointment. She was no longer a child, but of years entitling her to the name and portion of a young lady, but her claim to such righto were totally disregarded by the entire Blake family. There was a perpetual baby in the nursery, and after the other duties of theday had been performed it was invariably Cassy who must remain home from the concert, fair, or social party ed to-da- The Flakes were a ily, buc even Mr. Blake, church member though she was, onee remarked, she didn't see 'what made Cassy so dreadful pious." This was when she vOluntarilly joined the church, and afterwards refused to attend the theater, when for once heruncle proposed taking her there. Thanksgiving morning the sweet face was placid as evor. She had "had it out" with her conscience, asked God's forgivness, and was at peace again. Mrs. Blake wondered what had come over Cassy that she seemed so bright; She had secret misgigings as to the kindness of her course, but then Kate aud Louise but two was twenty-threvears younger. It was time they were improving all the advantages "society might offer to young ladios of their age whatever that might mean. It certainly would lessen expenses considerably in so large a family if the girls should hapjMjn to marry well some day. Thanksgiving evening had come. The family, excepting Casy and the baby, had" departed for Greenwood Hill: Mr." Blake had gone out last, shutting and latching the front door behind him. At least he thought he latched he didn't. would Afeelinsrof over Casy upon thus realising herself shut out from the pleasures natural to young people, but resolutely brushing away a few tours, she washed the great pile of supper dishes, then went up stairs to be near the baby should he e, built man, and a retired "O, Captain Barkson!" Cassy gasped lortn, "tiiero s a robber in our house, come quick!" Captain Barkson waited to hear no more, but turning, rau at once with Cassy to the house, finding Aunt Abby gnnfly waiting at the front door. The Captain went at once to the closet indicated as holding the presum ing tlnet ami robber, ami openetl wide the door, disclosing the laughing face of Frank Whitcomb! ."Well, of all things on the earth!" exclaimed Aunt Abby, when at last she grasped the situation. The liberal "thief" told his story in a moment of time, and Cassy with "burning cheeks invited the gontlemou to stay and partake of the bounteous supply of good cheer, found in such a ludicrous manner. But Captain Barkson declared the young folks were waiting his appearance at home, so bidding all a cordial he flung back the laughing assurance: "You'll never hear a word of this scrape from me, friend Whitcomb; you fam- shall spin your own varus on this subsea-Captai- n. closet door ajar sec tho dining-rooalso. He had often visited at tho house, being quite a favorite with the voting ladies, and ho now quickly d6CMled to creep softly in, deposit hij basket iu the cloet,"then creep softly out again, ring the bell and tell Cassy he had discovered the door ajar and thought it hardly safe it would be o agreeable to see her just for a moment then he would advise her to look in the closet and see what she could lind. He entered quietly enough, but one of the children had left a top just outside the closet door, which a luckless touch of his foot sent rolling along. He paused at the sound, but hearing nothing, ventured into the closet; the next instant the door was slummed to amid AuntAbby's screams, and Cassy had flown out to secure his arrest. At tho croner of the street she ran against Captain Barkon. a jKiworfully m OLD THANKSGIVING CUSTOMS. FARM AND FIRESIDE. f, Antiquity TheTurltan's Ob!ranceoftliel)ayvi They Imtltuted-T- ho I'oorR,. of the Spoon. i itbut doM-ontlen- - cry. "J think I'd better pray a little prav-er,- " she sahl to herself, "it would help me I know;" and kneeling by the side of the bed she repeated slowly: "Dear , help me to bo patient; help me to be patient." It seemed to be all ehe, could say, but a little movement caused hor to look suddeply up, and there, stood Aunt Abby Tinner. A flush bf confusion spread o er tho peachy checks a? CSy srojestami tier knees, but it was partly one ot pleasure. "Excuse me, dear child;" add Aunt Abby, caressingly, "I didn't inpan to Je-us- the front door ajar, and thought Id comb right in; but Where's all the folks?" Cassy proceeded to toll whore thoy were. Upon which Aunt Abby asked, quickly: "And why didn't they invite you, comc upon you so stnldenly, ImSIfoinul to "mind the baby." It was Thanksgiving time, aud even in families crowded by the ordinary routine ot household duties, there was a strong suggestion of more than usual preparation going on. The "long pantry f' of the Blake's showed a1 goodly array of pios of different kinds, puddings and cake; and neither pie, pudding or cake in all the arrav but Casey's busy, faithful hands had" helped in in the mixing, or superintended the baking thereof. Aunt Abby Thayer, a maiden ladv of Tather advanced age, was in the habit of spending all the holidays at the house of her nephew, jIr. Gideon Blake, who lived in a,township about live miles distant from her own. Her visits were somewhat dreaded b the young ladies, Kate and Louise, as she was critical and observing, and occasionally severe on "the habits of young folks But Aunt Abby was supposed to be worth a comfortable little income, of which she was very careful, and Jlr. Blake being her only living relative, to whoni.clie would this hoarded treasure, Avitli itsjcumulating interest, be likely to fall due, at the decease of the old lady, but her nephew? So it became the highest policy and good judgment always to accord Aunt Abbv a proper degree of respect. Yet she owed Mr. Blake nothing for her repeated visits, for it was one of her eccentricities always to pay a certain amount of "board money" upon leaving the hout. But to return to tears and dis content. .Thanksgiving was but three lays distant, and that morning there had come an invitation for all the Blake family except the babv, -- aUo Miss Mayne," to attend a grand "candy crape" on Thanksgiving evening, at ' the beautiful house of Squire Wlntcomb now-a-days- ." prav?" "They did invite me particularly." "Then what are vou home alone for, I'd like to know?"" "Baby couldn't very well go, nor ttay alone, ""returned Casy, smiling. v "Now, see here," said Aunt Abby, her voice rising with indignation, "do you go and get ready for Greenwood Hill just as fast as ever jou can." "0. 1 can't, Auntie: or one thing I've washed the dMie since the went away, and by the time 1 was dressed and. had walked way to Squire Whiicomb's 1 should be all tired out, and the fuu wotild be more than half o or."' ' Aunt Abby was explaining how it was she happened to come, when all at once she interrupted herself, raying, softlv: "Hark! what's that noise1." Aunt Abbv, like Mr. Blake, thought she shut and latched the front door behind her but she didn't! Upon the instant of her last exclamation both Aunt Abby and Cassy heard a suspicious little noiM iu the lower hall, and as the former started cpiioklv down the stairs, Ca&sy involuntarily .followed. To her intense "excitement Aunt Abby caught a glimpse of a man's form just of the entering the wide dining-rooInstantly she dSrtod into the room, banged to the door and securely locked in the offender. dish-closet barn. There wore pleasant thoughts in "the good pastor's heart, which throbbed almost as lovinsrlv for his flock rs for bis God, when he knelt at eventide give thanks for the many gifts. The poor were also so remembered that the holiday came with a bountiful hand to the widow and the orphan. No stinted morsel was doled out on that day, even to the thriftless beggar. in some sections of New England it ject." Then Mr. Whitcomb sportively de- was the practice of thejHor to knoek at on tho evenclared he had been detained too long the door of the already, and gathering up his basket ing before, and beg "something for bade Cassy a lingering but Thanksgiving." Yankee bo s were as full of fun then Aunt Abby followed him to the front door, repontantly deploring the evonts as they are now. Children of comfortable neighbors, by way of a joke, would of the evening. clothing, In vain Mr. Whitcomb assured hor it dross themselves in cast-owas "all right," she had acted bravoly and pay a begging visit to the houses of in defence of herself and Miss Cassy. thoe the) knew. Sometimes the little mimics, deceived "You see," she went on apologetically, "I came upon the poor child un- by the apparent credulity of thoir elders, expectedly myselt, and there I found would enter, and keep up the show and her all alone praying for patience, poor the fun. But usually, their courago little thing! that "was all she could say: failed wjien the door was openetl. Then Give me patienco;' and 1 do say itis they would skurry away, shouting and shameful the way that that child is put laughing, almost before their mock requests hail received any auswar. upon?" "May be she will not always be put Youth's ComjHtnwM. ujxn," was Mr. Whitcomb's briof reply. A POETICAL "Aunt Abby returned to the dining-rooher eyes falling at once upon the How Ho Turn Out Dozriif, of Wooilcu-Solo- d Shoos Hi cry Day. generous viands now spread forth in full glory. "Want to see me make a pair of "Cass-,- " she said, beamingly, "that clogs?" said a Lancashire manufacturer handsome young fellow says may be you of those articles to a Times reporter won't always be put upon as you "are now," and Aunt Abby's emphasis was yesterday. "Well, first 1 take this popso marked and significant that Cassy block of wood it's blushed crimson. with this knife o' mine I begin lar and to trim it into shape." "Frank, Frank! where are you?" Charles Halliwell, the only Mis. Whitcomb had called all over in Philadelphia, has a little lwck the house, but no Frank was to be shop on Frankford Avenue. His tools found. She was beginning to feel anxious at his strange disappearance, and consist of a huge chopper on a hinge, the supper had been delayed fully half something like a paper or tobacco cutgigantic an hour when Frank quietly reappeared, ter, and two gouges of equally shape of scooping the and to his mother' . eager questioning, dimensions forsoles and for making a he replied, his eyes fairh twinkling with the foot in the groove in the edges to nail the upmerriment: "O, I got into a daisy of a scrape, pers to. "When I have got the shae cut," ma. I'll toll you all about it said he, Using the big cutter with the oeket-knifBut from that night Frank Whitcomb same ease as one would a wa haunted continually with the mem- "I band the sole to my wife and .she ory of that "poor little thing," who nails the upper oh, with a welt around Wo make on an "could only pray for patience. n So it the outside. a day. that's 100 in average a wtfnjr, twenty pairs came to jm-- that oh niht he called because 1 always saw up my timber on on Mr. Blake, ami after his departure, Mr. Blake faced his wife with the abrupt Saturday. The principal "people who use clogs in this country are d)ers, tanannouncement: butchers, chemical ners, brewers, "Wife, Frank Whitcomb wants workers and miners. A pair of clogs Cassy." "What for?" demanded the unsus- costing $1.50 will wear live or six picious matron. "What in the world months." "Do you make any fancy clogs for does Frank Whitcomb want Cassy for?" wife, I suppose, that's what ho stage wear, for instance?" "His "Not so many in this country, but said." make "Why, Mr. Blake. I should think!" in England I Used to Stokes, plenty. I the groat made the pair Jimmy But i' made no difference what she 'when he thought, some one else had to take Lancashire clog dancer, woro before the went to Brussels aud danced eare of the baby, for Aunt Abby Belgium." Thayer, upon hearing the news, whisked King and Queen of a good business in "Is oft" to her home, and at once set Cassy on foot pleasing preparations, meeting England?" "Not so good as it was. That's why all the expMisvs incurred with williug, I came over here. I dare say that you generous Iwuids. Queen But despite her amazement and dis- don't know that in the reign of were compelled Elizabeth appointment, Mrs. Blake declared that woods kinds things should bo done decently, so by law to use certain should of exhaust for soles for fear they Cassy returned to South Peachura to generally complete arrangements, dutifully help the forests. Clogs are not soThey're a worn over there nowadays. ing ner aunt all she could, nut when deal more comfortable than boots, evening came there was frequently a at least I think concert or social gathering which Cassy thoughHalliwell combines so." his busiwith Mr. must attend, and never alone. ness the poet's art and his sign displays When the April buds were bursting a specimen of powers in this line. A g into full blossom there was a quiet setting forth the advanat the Blakes; and when another series of verses by using his wares ends tages gained Thanksgiving day. came around, oh, so swiftly, and Frank Whitcomb declared with: give it was the happiest Thanksgiving of bis Theu ng-. them a trial, tho plan is worth tryilife, bis wife replied, half tearfully: They'll ive your bard ORsh by not coustunt- ly Ituyln-- ; "Well, I don't know, Frank, but it The iwHteriul la good, you may w atlo through seem-- , to me that last Thanksgiving will u boa; always stand forth in my memory as Coino ywv mo a visit, the sign i "Tho Clog." Philadelphia Times. the Thanksgiving season of my life. I m prayed for patience and God sent libARTIFICIAL EYES. erty and a sweet, new life." Mr$. Harriet A. Cheever, in Golden llule. good-night, well-to-do. luemborutl. The Puritans were not a pleasute-lavin- g people. If they had boon, they would not have grubbed a living from the rocky soil which gave its storoaonlv on compulsion. They took kindly to but one festal day, and that tliey made the jubilee of farmers, who feared God and worked two hundred aud twelve days in the year. OnThanksgiing they combined tho duty of thanking God with the mirth of sedate men, and with the joy of charitv. It was to them a day of "solemn mirth." Men who rejoiced under the shadow of eternity saw no inconsistency between the two terms. So on that" day thev praised the bountiful Giver, ate and drank, and sent portions unto them that had none. For years custom made it imperative that on the day preceding Thanksgivin" gifts should be sent to the pastor and to the poor. The good old man in those days minister and jicople were united until death parted them dressed in his best suit of home-mad- e black, sat in his parlor ready to recen e the favors which ins people never forgot. Hams, turkeys, chickens, cheeses, jars of butter, boxes of honey and bushels of apples crowded his larder. Loads of firewood were piled into the shed. Old Dobbin, the gentle gray, who knew every child and every hitching-pos- t in the parish, pricked up his ears asahe corn and tho hay were tumbled into tho Rye Breakfast Cakes: Two caps of cup of molasses, a rye meal, one-halittle salt, a cup and a half of sweet milk, to be mixed very soft, and one teaspoonful of saleratus. Bake at once or muffin-ringBoston in a roll-pa- n lf s. lt, good-nigh- t; ff CLOG-MAKE- R. m, well-season- olog-mak- er Thoso languid, tiresome sensations, causing Tho use of the spoon is widespread, you to feel scarcely able to bo on your feet: and dates from roraote antiquity. Tho th-constant drain that is taking' from your system all lta former elasticity; drivinstho form which we use at the present day bloom from your cheeks ; that continual js train a small oval bowl, provided with a shank upon your vital forces, rendering you irritaand flattened handle is not that which ble and frotf ul, can easily bo removed by tha Globe. use of that marvelous remedy, nop Bitters. has been universally adopted. If wo Broiled Tomatoes: Select firm, Irregularities and obstructions of your system aro relieved at once, while tho special ripe tomatoes, out them in two, and look into the manners and customs of causes of periodical pain aro permanently replace them upon a double some of the people less civilized than moved. 2ono receiro so much benefit, and broiling iron. Put them over a clear Ave the Kabyle3, for example we shall none aro so profoundly grateful, and fire and broil, first on one side aud then find that they use a round wooden spoon. an interest in recommending Hop Bitters Romans also used a round spoon, which on the other. Now place ou a hot dish i as women. rMK nnrrRT was made of copper. We might be led and pour over them melted butter, A Postal Card Story. seasoned with cavenno pepper and salt. from the latter fact, to infer that the primitive form of this uteusil was round, Toledo Blade. Serve immediately. I was affected with kidney and urinary f r. and that the oval shape is a comparaS4.-E3XTrouble The pasture s stem does not do tively modern invention. But such is " For twelve years 1" CURE3 away t he necessity "for mowing. The not the case, for M Chnntree, in making Kneumattsm, Neuralgia, Sciatica After trying all tho doctors and patent stock eat only the best grasses, , BacUei-eHeadache, Toothache, borders of Lake the coarse stuff and weeds to grow witlw some excavations on the which had been a Throat, Swelling", Spmtns, llrulsca, medicines I could hear of, I used two botPaladan, the waters of tles of Hop .llurn, HchIiU. Froit out check. Unless mowed at AB OUjer BODILY ?AINBIllie. ".Bitters;" and ACHES. to prevent weeds seeding the partially drawn off, found, in a good c. lYg TDiwnr U and Ixslers eyrrjrw here. Fittr teati And 1 am perfectly cured. I keep it state of preservation, wooden spoons Wm-unln llLintnimrr. will soon become very foul, pasture "All the time!" CO., n2? lu x TlVllwl ro. Bjjtjajert. Hd..J. S. A. Saulsbury, Tenn. respectfully, B.F. Booth, with Canada thistles the seed which in shanc were nearly like those isoccej, tMARUa A. VOOKl.EJt ilny 4, 1633. in use at tho present day, tho only of which will be blown all over the JjTTJERA" OF AXY SIZE difference being in the form of the Bradford, Pa May 8, 1ST5. Chicago Times. neighborhood. handle, which was no wider than the diseases, It has cured mo of GmH WITH EACH NUMBER. nervousness, sloknesaseveral stomach, such as Coal ashes are becoming very pop- shank. Tho Neolithic monthat tho people used oval ular as a remedy against insect "pests. spoons made of baked clay. London ly troublos, etc I havo uot teon a sick day in Geneva, put them about News. Mr. Swan, of a year, since I took Hop Hitters. All my neigh&the stems of currant bushes to the depth bors use thorn. m Mrs. P.uvnie Green. of six or more inches, spreading thum Of all Not Good at Conundrums. MngazineB. $3,000 Lost. over a space three or four feet in diamCoaUlnbg Sor!-- . Toems and other Llterair "A tour to Europe that coct mo $3,000, done , eter. He has no trouble from the curScienUfic and "mo les good than ouo bottle of Hop Bitters: His burning de- attractloa-- coibimns rant worm. Quince trees similarly sire to heart was full of a only compli- HouMooy matfcra. "they also cured ray wife of fifteen years' say something not Jlluitrattd tl-Original Steel Engrav-2- '' "norvous woakcet-- , sleopless-nosand treated are not attacked by borers. ill0tVravurex, Oil J'irttirrt and 1LM., Auburn, N.T. Mountain ash trees on the lawn are pro- mentary but brilliantly suggestive, so pin TroaoTM'f, making it the Model tected in tho same way. Buffalo Ex- after revolving the matter in his mind Mtgatlne of America. O- - 3Iav 1. T9. So. Bloominovii-lb- . press. 8ms I bavo been sutferimr ton yearu, and I burst of silence he TJNPAEAJjIjELED OFFER! during a tried your Hop Blttors, und it doao mo more When grapes are closely packed in said, gazing into tho crackling thi!: EKh copy er'Demortit's Men'Mr Muculne." gooa man au too uoctors. with 'oTeevbtr, boxes, and a number of those boxes are 'Ah, Miss Eunice, why is the and- Order. uUUUjthe holder 19M will lOsU'n X Coepon ilissS. S. Boose. to the (election of nj- pattern n OpartmeBt In tlal aumier.ln closed and packed in other and largor iron so like mysolf?" lllustntoliatl ottt- - tltmai.-.r- i tu red. Baby Saved. And Miss Eunice, looking so solemnly asi n boxes, and these are put away in a dry, tt Punhuen f ndl- the Oonron with a rteeiTf. cool place, tho fmit will keep for demur that tho clock stopped, said that two en' 'vu, for pUzr.w til J.XI-- - r retura mall, a ."tVeare so thankful to sar that IBftU. iim)i. Kvon pears arc thus kept sev- - she didn't know, unless it was brcanatri' to tubj'riUn alltIeaui uio roweis oy mo uo ot nop i'my2,t)y us eiamonins, and peaches nearly as it had a brass head. mother, which at tho tame tlmo restored her iJ.X'XiJKa th TWEbViito SOnt Ho was groping blindly for the front lonfP These "fruit houses" are atrts dnrint Ttr, to perfect health nnd strengtlu Ts?f i it from M Cfdis.re,a. I coLilderaUoa The Parents, Ilochcstcr, N. T. tached to every fruit growing establish- door before she could catch her breath, of the lUd acJ U ment. Prairie Farmer. and it didn't appear to relieve him a Worth Over ThreelieDollars, hkk V None a bunch of grtcri VxgUM. wt Hops on tho white label. Phunalltlievile.poi Cheese Potatoes: Select large pota- bit when she followed him down the ornnrlrl'''e Its mar brl1 Uutof wlto "J &" ljf ttlf.the theMl onous stuff with "Hop"or Hops' in their name toes of even si.e, bake, and when done hall to tell him that she wasn't good at cut a piece from each end and remove conundrums, anyhow. Ho only went Cheapest Magazine- In America. MoBthlT. ntw Tolame XXI, the inside aud rub through a fine siec out into the starlight and held his "morft' fcagcgm-sjlgft- -j pub!isre.1 Octotwr 1Mb, ISSi. Nurembv, or mash thoroughly; put on the fire throbbing temples by the bits, and ONLY TWO DOLLARS with half an ounce of butter and one wished that ho had died when he was a fn'l laughing, innocent babe. Burlington r.d kinds " tel worth nwly doubte the ounce of grated cheese for every four the price. Send ucrlptlon wulr.and potatoes, add boiling milk, pepper and llawkeyc. Splendid holiday Numbers! salt as for mashed potatoes, fill the poSend twenty cent' for fie current saciWr wtth Patten A crown of oak was considered by tato shells and put in a hot oven and and yon will cerU nly ubscrfbe Two DsUars foi the Romans worthy of the highest emu- Coibooand et tec Umet its Tilae. brown. Boston Budget. a year No matter how sloppy the food lation of statesmen and warriors. To W.Jennlngs Demore jf Publhher,17E.14thSt.,N8vYork. So.d by a'l Xewtdealen ud rostmaitcn. given to pigs, they should havo daily a her who had saved the life of a Roman soldior was given a crown of oak leaves, The End ot Pain. good supply of clean, fresh water. This is especially needed in summer for pigs one indeed wliich was accounted more During 20 year of For kept in pens and with little green food. honorable than any other. In Corio-lanuou.Ttrlafffrom catarrh ranbr. choice read nr.beaa yof niastratlonandtypfxf Volumnia says: "He comes the mJoo'ca. ir"ehtharacer. Arthur' IIBut there is scarcely a place where pigs and catarrhal head- lutrntcfj"oracMucniliir" ruisnorlval. Estabthird time home with the oaken garlished oxer thirty y arSBRObyT S. AKTrrnt, who Kill ache 1 net er found anycan be kept where more or less green remains ksrdiiur.lthasa ways been a, thing to afford lattlBC er Intbonsaods ot American homes. welcome visit Younger and food can not be had as part oi their land." And again: "To a cniol war I rei.ffur'IIItriedEly'a fresher talent unite wliti the editor's maturer judg- sont him; from whonro ho returned, his daily ration. Weeds from the garden always up to the adt ream (a m. I bare ment In keeping the brows' bound with oak." JSqtfeverS icea two boltie. and Tanclof- - taste and social culture of the times. d aro excellent, especially the rny caA. Hufn ".Incazlnr. The nazes of the Home Diw and purslane, both of which are vory tarrh cured I have Itn;nzlne are t absolutely free from everything rccornTceiMleiltr tocer or lower the moral sentithat can drpraeUieta-tA couple of contidenco man were nutritious. X. Y. Times. eralof ruy friend with ment. Itls,therrf)re. a pure and safe magaxlne. It neatly taken in by a Boston broker the likf poof result -- D. alms to promote happmeM in the family throuch the If the covers of the cushions in a T lliufeivsox 14. Lake cultivation of a spirit of kindness, service, and fctreet, ctutago. 111. baby's carriage have faded they may bo other day. They iuduced him to go copies, t3AH Teroii, around to a house of their selection to Cream Italm is a elzht copies SS.OO en ra tlZn three upholstered at home at small expense. Hprclniennum and cni uy bared upon a play cards, and in their anxiety to bag H. AltTllVK .fSHN. T. One of the most satisfactory coverings r iriret Ulacnos'i ot bcrsfrce. OHO Walnut St., ttits disease and can he is of sateen, the cotton sateen. Do not their game they loaned him $75 to be- HAY-FEV- ER dtptndedupoa. Met a. at drneclMn. fit) ct. rir remove the old cover, but take the gin playing with. The broker was taken mall rr Sample by nail, 10 cxa. Elt bet braid off. and after tacking the sateen with violent cramps after he hadout- liiOS, VTugiL IS, Owerfu, bot'le '.!. $10, and succeeded in getting to its place put a new braid over the edge, or the old one if not worn may be side and away with the other $65 in his THE SONG GREETING, turned wrong side out. If you aro care- pocket. Boiton Herald. . A EAJI MAJritETi-ful to put the tacks in the same places rB"ltnHAtoVBi-Ai.Scnoou!- j ExtB-o- f Tie State of M tMean has more than "6T0 mnes of ByL-rinvlSriliMllMl'(!lil that they were in before it will look Gingham was first manufactured in niroad and ' towiii t - itif cLketranstrta,Un.s.hioU Iflu ',"' icn j IS' s on sir'nt-t- iuii Abee' euur ii i tp about as well as new. A pretty wrap tho United States by Erastus Bigelow, paSfiT, aivlr.ji'e' t ra- uniT, im ir nuuuirgrs an Cftu- h Kh t aai . r o tf in w irli ml maile; ti and c'lmate torn bine to the irm i.t pjice larp .1, s. and ' ' u the bet fruit Stale in and alo t si ixrn l'put,1S re areituncd. at that tfci! to spread over the baby's lap is made at Clinton (a town 'founded by him), in r of nnecoupled Merlin'l m acre at low prices. The WltMRlLu'ure . fu ' r lc i uiosi a k of uaiket curtain lace. Line it with Massachusetts, about 1840. It was the Stele Iihh tcndii.i i a lat'dions of t he I'umphlct containing a t&Qu PC" dvZen. ah retafj tiuc for apet linen copy. blue or pink cambric and put narrow first attempt to manufacture gingham up and dft rlpi Ml. crops and rv county in the which may lace on the edge. by machinery, and enable the American Im fre of charge by writ Ing toState,CwumUsioncr be of tb manufacturers to compete successfully lasnlgratlun, Detroit. Mich. SOMOS with the English. Boston Budget. WELLS. tt well-greased Jacobs qn mMm reME E"0S-- , i50 .. -- Woman's Suffering and RelieC, show-suc- " mid-summ- er U.i-- !. rSSMOREST-- S m - tli THE Arti-U- T - c, s ." ton-minu- te "!: Sub-aw- -r ,": ll. f .", i i, '"- -- " - Hla-mte- d lt. lijd.eotMM-rnt.of-litec-ir- ei utcr:-)U0- B e -- s, Catarrh I pig-wee- IM Maj-azl- cm-ld- er ke-- e r'-- -- NawMusic BooRsII , CHEAP FARBfiS '( lit v - f 1 I't-g- open-wor- S& DEDERICK'S Ailvlce to e, s clog-maki- clog-make- rs wetl-din- m How Tlu--y SCRAP-BOOK- S. Socket, the Mny lie Mnle to Moic In Their Smm- - hi Those 'Which Amman's voice at once sounded .forth in eager protest; but Aun.t Abbyg thrill Ca-v- " tones ventirelv drowned the "muffled sounds bf rf e closeted man. as she cried: "Go quick, Ca'sy, foromc help! Get the police; get an j' one. I tell you we've got a genu-in- o robber in the house, a " robber genu-in- e Cassy waited no further bidding but rushed'into the streeu I I't cue, but she couldn't seem to help it. "Some one else!" repeated Mrs. 351ake, i. astonishment, "why, Cassy, I am artonishod at you, really astonished!" and she withdrew in displeasure. When alone Cassy's pent feelings ' found further expression: "I don't care if she is amazed, I eey it's barbarous! Never can go outside this house, and I'm just as good as ' Ifcite or Louise Blake the heartless - "A things! When uncle gave me a decent a dress for my birthday, J did hop I should have the privilege of wearing it somewhere before it grew as asthe hills, but after cutting and r making it at odd moments, except on a few Sabbath mornings it has never been je on my back. I've some pretty ribbons, loo. bought vrith the money Aunt Abby gave me Fuoxth oft July, though ahe my tMag any one. There's one ary prohibition to-d- ay -. on Greenwood Hill. "But it won't be convenient for you to go. Cassy dear." remarked Mrs. Blake, "as of course father will want roc to be present, and there is the baby, you .know." Mrs. Blake rarely supplemented the name Cassy with "dear," except, sis in the present instance, when it was to be followed by Miinc formidable "but," so tho epithet which should haw been pleasant and endearing was absolutely detestable to poor, motherless Cassy. ' '"O dear! I never can go anywhere," broke out Cassy. "I should so like to go to Greenwood Hill. Can't some one else take care of the baby for once;" She seldom replied when the custom- - for-ba- e cs looked inquiringly around to espy, if possible, their pretty ward, Mis? Cassy Mayne. But she did" not appear, much to the watcher's vexation. This was no lcs a personage, than Mr. Frank Whitcomb, son and heir of $. Greenwood Hill. The fair, dimpled face of Cassy Mayne, with the curly, golden hair, which would ripple in wayward little ringlets round her white neck and brow, had proved an unacknowledged attraction to Frank Whitcomb forsome time. "I don't care," he soliloqiifoed, "if they've left her slaving at home, while Kate and Lu not half as attractive as she are all dressed up and on hand on every occasion, she shall at least have some of the treat." And going to the great pantry bevond the kitchen, he placed a mold of in a large basket, then several kinds of cake frosted, chocolate, macaroons, cocoauut cakes, a glass of jellv and a great package of nuts and "confectionery. "She won't care for molasses candy," ho said, as a shout oftmcrrv glee sounded from the kitchen close bv. Then going with hhvbasket 'to the front door, he quietly entered the hall, donned his coat and hat and started off with his sweet load. He wished, if nossihlp . thn basket without obliging to thank him, Planned placing htf&rd on the top of the casket, e top step, after ringing tWrfciH d at the hSe the front door was actually could forth-coming ice-crea- m When the Blakes reached iGreen wood Hill, one intelligent, langliiug pair of them put their private mark upon the article with a red, green or blue pencil; then let it be the duty of some younger member of the family, when a paper Has acquired a certain age, to cut these all out and paste them in their respective for each department of the family, the females as well as the males having their subjects of interest. By all means do not let the useful matter your paper contains from time to time bclost for the want of a little care in this direction. San Francisco Chronicle. scrap-books, Something of Value to All, Kircl:illy Farmers ami llousi-uUe- . There is no better habit one can get into than that of keeping a scrap-lwoaud it is also a good plan to head it for items, so that they will be classified and leadily found without turning over so many'puges. For instance, head a page "Reeipes," and under this heading paste all such reeipes as vou mav have cut, umlrj-- o ou. In a few years, ii property Kepi, ueeomos vaiuauie, and it is a very compact form to condense a vast fund of useful information and cost nothing but a little time. You can scarcely pick up a paper but what you will discover something you Avould like to remember, and the best way to dc this is to cut it out and at yourconven-ieucKeej)-in-g paste it in the scrap-boofiles of papers is a great bother, and even if on had the files it would be a tedious job to find a recipe or a certain article on eattle, hogs or poultry when desired, but if these articles arc In your serap-hoo- k they can be readily found. The rule of the farmhouse miglit be this: When any one reading the paper sees anything they would like to save, let k, e k. Nature riarcil There. A very important surgical operation was performed in this city yesterday, the ultimate results ofwhich promise to make a stir in medical aud surgical circles. Heretofore the best that surgery has accomplished in replacing destroyed natural cacs with false ones has been to put in the injured member's place a glass eye, which, however skilfully made, can always he detected bcuhio it has no motion, but remains statlonarii while tho healthy organ is gazing fronf point to point- - The purpose of the new operation is to give to the artificial eje the same motion as that of the natural "The operation was performed yesterday morningby Dr. Roland D. Jones, of No. 1982 Green Street, upon Benny Irwin, seven years old, of No. 808 Noble Street, whose eye was nearly torn out by an accident "on Saturday 'last. Dr. Jones was assisted by Doctors J. p. Whitten, II. N. K. Swank, Edward Nunez and J. P. Boyd. The conjunctiva was first severed from the C)eball;the muscles of the eyeball were then taken up and cut from the ball, the optic nerve cut and the eyeball taken out. The severed muscles were then caught up again aud sewed to the uudcr surface of the conjunctiva, aud when this had been accomplished the conjunctiva was allowed to fall back into the cavity. It thus forms a sack, in wliich when the healing process has been tvcompHshed the artificial eye will re,L Dr. Jones' theory is that when the muscles have become allachcd to tho conjunctiva, a the will in the he:lin process, they will rospond to the iuov ments of the muscle? of the health eye, move thesack. and the artificial eye in eon for:.' ly w":u the of its natural companion 0mr to the badly iulhi'wcd conriUou of youn" Irwin's wounded eye, the isult of the operation will not be so perfect as miglit othctwiso have bcu the case, but it is confidently expvrcd that cnougn wa.-- accomplished o demonstrate the . perni-tnently cn-.2qumU- eye. London is tho great fur market of rv- fcTv ' cv luvl i. the world, and the great bulk of all U jRl JfflgYagLa-yThe skins are shipped there. There are two &.& IrMx L T jus SO per ftrSiJSZEJ S7 VMNtS. Teacher' KJltloti, I.,? , fe.'I.OO per doren- rr2LitltMT. ted near the kitchen door. Don't place large sales of furs, one in October and Scholar's Edition, UOc., loa. March, at each of which the it a few rods away simply because one in "grandfather" or somebody olge had a skins are bought by agents for AmerBOW'S G0LLE0TS0N well at that distance. Remember, this ican account. Order ail r i.umrand location cf 3. Of Responses and Sontoncos for We'tern ard Southern Morehouse and Agent. age has done away with the "old oaken Dr. Robt. NEWTON, Into President of tho P. K.OEDER1CK & CO., AlOany, H. Y. Church Service C'olle-ror the City of New York, sweep. If a Eclectic W'm. bucket" and thirty-foBy HowjLxa M Dow II all's Balsam very extenused Dr. boo needed by every chotr tJtrX has short Just the suction pump is to lie used, then place sively in uU practice. lie always said that anthemsorMentencostoslnj; Anne coUeetten of 71 such pieces. Highly approved by thor wao have one in the kitchen sink, extending the BO'good a remedy ought no'' to lie considered IbaTOspot tlrer?in-- i f rt kOabtfTedtfea,brlts It frrrm cents , ? ' per dozen. aw ' rst tti.daiidof lone patent medicine, but that it nAiha&n lofeaaenc merely Any boot; nulled for retail ptlce. o pipe diagonally or on a curve to the ought tons a ftaaiaoehaTlenru H' le. vO! ' CHtst"i n be prescribed freely by every phyIn 'lefrVarT tt ttl on--- r.n jutso? .t co., rvi.rs USEE. aVAtrAC'LllLATIfKontla soveruign remedy in all cases of water in the well. It will usually be sician as 9dueJ4 ew Tortr. ' ' o aur ?s. a H. DITSG J & CO, 87 Broadway.iioton. tOMUijsaffdrtr.i p(et found economy to have a pump of some Lung dlsoasos. DR.T Ah! iM I'l P i,'.M ,.Vatt Tork. rJWfc !.. ctcirs Mnn rxixnt RSmmI IuWI sort in the same well out of doors. "I trip man, sti fantastic," said the Ifil cf Iip3 Im.WmWIiw4 .Shi Ulmn. It sometimes happens that when a bad young the light king out his foot and iCiDssuus leerterrcucv 4. 4. Ml tin UbUiLilwi Ru it ...u.imt.fc.rWflpw,hfiJ .3 1WM i ed.lVmlona and Increase, experience 19y ears: well is dug the water is found to be clear letting a dude fall overit. Merchant TraV' S.m "jrt. B,i,ii MM .... .. rite for circulars nni taws. succe or do 1 ? ..fc M. l . v.TiT '. VV.,M.MM,. and of good flavor, but soon after being tier. A.W JCLUUM1CK.&S02., Cincinnati, Ohio. MI.B.I" .in iH.iLidiiu.. , It stoned up a disagreeable taste is detect"itouch on Rats." Clonrs out rats, mice, flies. ed. This is often thought to be caused loo by a new vein of water discharging into the well, but nine times in ten the cause Texas laments the cattle fever, and many Everybody who sends as directed gets a present worth from 20 cents to $500. could be traced to the dissolving or Texas steers are dropped in consequent. The proprietor of the IILINOIS AOItlCCLTl'KIST betnsc desirous of havtnetbe a.ready chemical action of impurities in the "Hough on Toothache." Ask for it. Instant e'l knuwn and roru ar paper more widely c rcuiatcd and Introduced Into houses where It la not ai j reauy tnoxn. has dr ennined to t hror off a., profit this jrear, and in addition nse a portion of hi stone composing the wall. This trouble relief, quick cure. l&c. copies. After deciding to more ex-- I may usually be removed by pumping the fuuuwinK plan haa been adopted by ns- -woman seldom writes hor will, Thre A well dry two or three times at intervals itllH AOltirCI.TIJltlHTrerularlrtoroa the follow lac presrOi OU wtJll-- numbered Keelpt. which will entitle the holder to oneIIofmonths on trial is so mush of it that she can't. of several days. and Immediately send a thsir subscription wlU be entered up ents, if any onedcolristworecelp.gtheyumiieseutforjl.and For wells less than twenty feet to the This offer Is cood only till January 1. 1SS5. Lo the true test of merit, it is tr mor If Success that surface of the water, a rubber-bucka settled tact "Brutca'a Bronchial chain pump is perhaps best, the action Troclies" have no equal for the prompt relPMr Phton. inn S. Oorermnent Ponds of t0 . . S5.000 1,000 Pocket silver Vrult Knives lief of Coughs, Colds, and Throat troubles. SioO 5.0oO of the chain pacing rapidly through the nt' t. nreenbocLic SIM - .. t,(M Sold only in boxes. Price, 25 cents. 10 U i,j t.eni'srocxes tvntve SIEbkUmU llovement ISO water thoroughly aerating it a point of 1,000 V. S. OreenbaelM of eirli 1 Mckel rlatl Colambla IUcycla 10 OenU' Gold Watches, 1 Grand fciaare liano no small importance. But there is '7 10 Ladies' ... SX A local exchange says: "Tho guests 1 Grand Cabinet Onraa ) Boys' SOver tuO " American 1 TnreceatlMLaway great liability to freeze unless the well of the Ottawa House embrace an unusually S !slitAlr InarooDd IlJiirer Itinfs 190 Dinner Service I Silver large number of young ladies." N. Y. In. 3 Puteni Harveftera. l.ooo is protected, making tho use of an 6 Top Bnprte 1.000 2,000 Elegant Art Oems wr' a nnMibacksor3acach . . Hi IV Parlor Salt Furnltnre pump or windlass almost a ne- dependent. 2,U Albums. J teach 1000 . wi l.MO Oold 11n;er iUa?s, !lie' Breast Pine, 2 1IUC- - vara cessity. In an article of such universal Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Koncnvcr"restorcs 2) cents to II. Get's Scarf Pins. Locket. Fans and Chains, and 9Z421 other presents, valued from imhealth & vJgor.cures Dyspepsia, Impotence. ?l. use as a pump or water-drawuu.iuj jinrseut,iau5fruaranLreioa prrcn6 iu Encauiueicr; ucnr maKesaPTanaairr-iijuuAU of the above presents will be awarded In a fair and impartial provements are looked for, and are made presents wU be sent t nny partof the UnitedtateSorttitada. The SO cents which you send Latest from the Conundrum Club: Q. us lstherc;ru'rmi(e furthreemon hs subscription, and then.;.. 'ewecharce nothing fortheprwent. ever) year by the hundreds, as the Pat'nriiroufwi'ibeiayourfuiuiepaironaireanillhetacreMedrjiewcwtllcetforouradvertislcKspace. "When is a window like an ent office record shows. But somehow balloon?" A. "When it won't go up.' Tour kuhscrl,,'1on f rce. Oct five ofyour friends to Join you by cnt lnt? this out and showlncit to tticm. Send usSi"0 and we wnisendyont'ie ILLINOIS AOKIt rLTIJJt.lS"rforthTcen.onths,andone they fail to present points of value of A". Y. Journal. of you imnhmt receipt f T reachwith . subscribers, and on you tar roar trouble. Is a trostDonexnent. eitra nubscrlptlons and nnd we yrM send lulnren receipts. 12 aiiilicientimportniicoto induce their uniSemi ten ubcrll-, w 111 hold (rood for sixty as we Shall limit the FOIHIoDAVBOSf.'kl-XhtaofrerOu'ck. complete cure. a. versal adoption. Nearly every farm has annoying Kidnoy und Urinary Diseases. 11. rwarn nuKnpiiunmiui nutr'jerof new Biui.f ououa ioivAJAMie wou iac .( a our ear r dstc. as '"'"I "? srl'l.'ber be received la'rr ttan Januaiy 1, ISxk THE II.I.ISOIS relics of some inventor's scheme for In the onntrr alrartr haa... nula- i v- - . ...... . r...-. initirrtl I KIHT is. the best and ablest ctlifednaD- -r .".".-- nuiuoer. andciruauui cikuia tninn. .r n raising water. But for shallow wells tlon of ii.VM copies, uu oi;ij hi(uuh cuwuu oturc to get lae acsireu ' Benjamin Franklin was married ot the Ho discovered lightage of twenty-onthe general verdict is that the Read How GOLD WATCHES wooden or chain pump is the best. ning shortly afterward. You Can Where a great amount of water is to be Catarrhal Thro'Jt anections.hnckinclrritatlng In malclnc; U3 the above list cf S30.000 In Ireent. we decided to reserve ss,ooi to be divided eouillyamonpth nrn U llou-rl- i pumped, especial for stock or irrigating Coughs,Coldscuredl on Coughs" Sic to fubscrlbers receiv ed. If youicndSucentsyonw.Ubeetiiiiii-Get This one reeelnt ccmu! foe a tit- - nnn.iit. and ff tottr letter la amocsr purposes, a power of oiue kind should the first &v received on will dq entitled to this ltcautiful wttcb. Elnrront W nt art. The cash system is be emphncd, the cheapest of which is UlcUullt YSWIBMr Wewillprlntln full In the FcbroaryKsue of t'tc IIL.I"OIS Traveler. Tn VmII iir of the GOO Gold isiHTtnenameitntiaaarc'sisoiinewiBBers Iffavorabh placed, they the wind-milGfllri VafCU Watches. Thlstreribocafidesi.lvtllho Pmar UUIM mmr carried nut tnthI.t.,Gi.t.a nn Jnn't yrif Tli- - I f.I.IXtim raise water from deep wells. carpets without readil) A machine for cleaning AfcBICDLTl'KIST Is so well es'.al ushert. hav Idr a.ready For 50C. beating them is a recent invention. "What L. D.'&Hork. in X. Y. Examiner. aiAJUbnusrriDerr, nca-- oaiKPuuy ampie car uai. so that everyone of our snUseribers ntay be sure of suffering man and woman need is a Kettlngwli.it vo prtim.te. lndted wo could not that will clean houso without taking a paptTthat hut already seafford The Nutme Tree. up the carpets. "When such a contrivance cured 2uUOsubprI icrs cults merit. IndonMcd- e cent, less aome who read this new departurti will thlnx an ly per Is introduced seventy-fivKjy SSS?!nfck sa wia fc.a ta If there are any attempt to cultivate male profanity will shoot through tho swiiv itm. onanieanannprouiaoic;ot.i:ctussayioaiisuen persons that It costs an where I rout IziSui to Sl'O.- they are not startled atmosphere each spring nad fall. nutmeg trees iu tCOtosecurca larjra clreulation to paper. We Herald. Vbr. Know or a pebusner iliac tp:nt io.au in one wees frequently made. Perhaps it would be Norristoum In elvlnK away Tree copies and advertising bis pa- A watch that has run down is a sort of per. ana xne money waa wen spent. loritsecuren jUrtJK') ingtor him an established ctrculat.on that miss-tic- k Li- -i Yonkers . affair. J Intercitcatlie investment- -. PnbUahiii2in7sP lKiitneir tree flourishes near the a fern rmuat either be doaeon as extensive scale ornot at FalL It cortstust as much for matter, and tuitas It is said that John McCuDough has equator Itj raised from the nut in mnch for Illustrations, electrotypes, editorial serv earned over $1,000,000. Wo have done tho it remains till the fifth same thing, buthaven't received the money nurseries, when ices, renianaiorscitinfrup ino ijpo lorapaper fit 100 circulation as It does t or a. paper wltbsauo circulation. On small eu'ttons each one of the eir. when it puts forth it first blossoms. yet. If someone will lend usSl we will !r"y:iJP3r aboTeltemsawellsthecoatof a elnjrle paperaUrm- istry to raise the balance of the 000,000 by It is then set out permanently. lnKly.but on very 7e edIUons, tne expense nlghtj Paris Beacon. spread over so many papers that It u aunost The trees are planted thirty feet apart lost; thus Toucan see that larse sprofit i can in diamond order. They begin to bear This Is bemadeonly by doles Ian bnsine-irriSYirSxMmy In Boston the sparrows aro called Mother in the eighth year, increasing for many Hub birds. Whitehall Times. sad all the Awards We wlllsend years, and they pay a large profit. ,...- - wrll haa printed listt ioflTr.lrtvane Free, Il1h,r AnfntiNt "That's a very musical insect," said a may direct. Onr Old Puironn nnd "nbcrlbera, whom we numTer by the thousands, should at There is no nutmeg season. Every day witty boy in a grocery-storpointing, as of the year shows buds, blossoms and he spoke to an ant that was running op months and one re-every stage of growth to and down the scales. rinh iluchle the sub-fruit, in icrlptlon price as tn rtficUMi; tee rrfrrthoie tchodonotknnieutU'a j Lar.k tr JUrcaiulltljency. maturity. Ifltiajr.HTivit tt,.., tn nnr Nnhierlben fflven to them noiolnle- In an ord The sweetest thing in walking sticks icsainaT be lT.'ee- - at ur l'o.taco Stamp taken. Money Insults of tsl orrottat note, sent aattrcMcu The nutmeg is a large and beautiful ana mar-- ewer rl6. larzer ui"S shonld be sent by KecUterea iictteror uhiuauu, n.- -. tree with thick foliage aud of a rich tho BUgar cane. BostonBulletin. AGRICULTURIST. 102 Lasaue aireor, orcen color. The ripe fruit is sinirularly "Did you ever kiss a pair of pouting Brilliant. The shell is glossy black,and lips J" asks an exchange, "o; but wo the mace it exposes when it bursts is have received a pout from a pair of kissing jP PURGATIVE bright scarlet, making it one of the most lips." beautiful of the vegetable kingdom. The darkest hour is when you can't find Companion. on Securing it Good Water Supply. well of the house should be situa- farmer HAY PRESSES. the customer OMILDS'S rr eW - jtMD-Ms.i'- kecpicR the oao that suits nrtar ronCoMsovScurH-it- s End rscd'n Christine KHs- son. Thru Thomas aud 01 lent. Any scbot biik'c the cliarrain teaiherw'll i at. "(e genial chsrwtcr if f ne soup , --hhl- - art SI la number. And How to Sing Them.. m mmmmgmm . sBBpKSSaBKHBKl e ot I - fiEPPQF-svXA''V,-OracerWfr0II- l .A - MM- 4m MM T m MMIM-V- . MM M MM, 100,000 HOLIDAY jn-th- PRESENTS! Prut-frlst- s. tcnslTetyadTerti-tUaneverl- e O et iliist of Presents to Be Given tl-.- ..... .... ..-- KK anti-freezi- ng Antof-rap- h Sl-a- er man-tie- r, over-ballast- ed . 'IJuchu-Paiba- .' ituj-only- -.- . -- -'. ed e. 500 i- FEES! no-bi- ll Jfcr-tha- l. UVf ii'i - s tua-chi- no oUktwI-cwii- "S"";-- Vi ,( a - --. hot-hous- es, "5-t3-tS " - Gazt-tte- mz l it ' m e, ta-fe- nt npi.ii i 1 !? YouVCs the matches. Puck. nil A Talking Walrus. cw Eggs lose their nourishment by cooking. The yelk, raw, or very slightly ooiled. is exceedingly nutritious; one slightly boiled, however, is more easy of digestion than a raw one. Chicago - Journal. Maiden, Meagbee Count), Montana, was well named. All the babies Iwru there, excepting one, have been Chicago Herald. But-arnve- mfSd he value of Dr. Xecord. Jo-.-- tlwo-y- Philadel-jrt'j- ct There is a big walrus on exhibition in Its vocabulary is limited, Philadelphia. words it has are delivered though what FIt would seem but reasonable that equal enterprise with "Teat feeling. It expressed its affec- partners in a should and shear alike." Chicago tion for its manager on being introduced Tribune."shear by him by cooing "Dear Doc" in a caressin"- tone of voice. The animal apThere's one thing about a poragrapher on the mash. When it goes that commands good will, and that is his pears through its performance of throwing willingness to take a joke. Boston Post. kissesto the audience with its fin, the Large ears aro said to denote generosikisses arc all directed toward the pretty ty. We havo noticed that mules give crowd. It hails from Davis away their hind legs. San Franciico Post in the Straits, where it was found in the arms of ita mother when she was harpooned rorToungMenandWoraen. I UU O THHY ThorouBh and to death by the crew of the whaler HOME strnctlon IRiven by mall tnpractical In-tnrf. Ttnfttna Vftrmi ATtthmetlft.K!ort. Polnvia. 'The talking walrus is the only hind, etc Terms moderate. Send one that ever survived captivity. Only phlet to B. A B. BUELSES3 COLLEGE,stamp for J3m BoSslo. Si. X, two others were ever captured, nnd both I C1RU TELEORAPEY. or and their arrival iu I EJIIIrt died two days after HERE. SltnaUotufur-'' AdartM VAiarisicliaos.,JanrrUle,Wli. Philadelphia News. m wool-growi- Bbown: "Does yoar daughter practice on the piano much?" Fogg: "Sometimes on the piano and sometimes on my nerves." Boston Transcript. and SOW35I. Cmaplaints, MALAB1A. PoalMvs- l- cure 8ICK HEADACirE, BiUouiness. and aU LIV-J-K BLOOD POISON, and BKln Diseases (ONE PILL A DOSE1. Tor Pemale Complaints theo PUla M bavo bo ejul. i uae no nnd theai a valuable Cat hartieaitt Liver Pill. Dr.T SoldPalmer. Montice.lo. ITa." everTWherfj, or ajct by other. J. Dennlsoa. MJ)., JWltt. lows-.- " "la VT practloe I Ball for ota. Is lUapi. Valuable lntorciatloa FBX2. L S. JOHKSOU & CO.. BOSTON. ICASa. LltiL I MASON & HAMLIN - loi ORGANS -- 100 STYLES. ...,09 to .000. ' m O A.N.K-- E. and the Tobacco Habit, eves the wont cases, absolutely and permanenlly cured for SI foca dollar). This la no aaa-baphlotplrine foil Information about the cure sett free to aU. Addrcr THOXxS BROWS, 163 Randolph St., ChlcaRO. jL r. DRUNKENNESS !' ABTZXTt-tn-i- rn ls Hlgbest Honors at all OKEAT WORLO'S EXHIBITIOX8 for Seventeen Tears. Onlr Americaa Organs Awarded such at any. For Cash, Easy rayntenta or Bented. PATENTS hnrt-IIun- (t Hand-Boo- k FRES. Boolc-lcee- p UPRICHT PIANOS- - CDPrtiAM Inducements . it. if Presesttcs; vrry hlsheat excelleBC Tt tnt. Coat. inch Instruments; addlnc to all previous Improvements one of (greater ralue than any: aeenr-la-c most pure, reOned, musical tones abd Increased to c out avoiding uui"j.cipcciauyCatalocues liability MASO.V A tune-- . free. UA-J'.C- Patau Att'Ts, VnW.igtea. D. d. to leara Telerraphy, c ard Type Writing. Tcrvi Arbor. il;.tj. 1005 i En-ghtn- d. SH0ET-HA5- D TTPE-WRITII'- O "' Vork, 4 Mt.t Qtlean. 11. Wabah Avs, Xa. l&thTrrmont Strectt Sew AXU PIASO fl . Una. lfusa NHS1 wuiixa r sarves saw Uw la " r "& arfiiii. Cm.,. -,- ,..- i. ..,m .. w- - JaKt ' -- ff 4 .Ai -- .y fr"1 J 5 f mm JimimjimtJjiuMiici.j a. juimp - II- LOCAL NEWS. i i - J1I.IL. I'lll II.I.J .11 "I III Hill III wigaimi i.! I,,, ,"" THIS ASD TITAT. f an office ' GroTcr, kit said It nd 1'Te mcaut lt.' "Why, iir, if yon want an office, by don't yon go and tent it v "0 lo The day for tho formal opening of the U". 0. Exposition has been fixed for December 1G. Haul's Bemoval. Didn't I toll yon, away back last May, that I wasn't a candidate ! May be you'll believe me next time. J. G. Blaine. Note PUREcountry made APPLE VINEGAR at Covrpill'a Drug Store. Cleveland's instructions to his clerks is to burn all letters in reference to offiees. Wonder it' the flames received that letter of ours ! Ycu can save 25 per cent in price, and 60 per cent in quality by buying FURNITURE at will E. T. GARDNER'S. not rebuild their business bouse before next spring. For the preseut their headquarters will be at Powell & Brothers. Rt. Rev. T U. Dudly, Bishop of the Diocese of Kentucky, is ill at nis home in Louisville. On this account his appointments at Hickman last week, were cancelled. Workmen are engaged re- Jirick deport, damaged negotiating as to additional facilities for hauling freight at this reT ?Lne wuir&iU'U--' Messrs. Bondurant & Drowry .&! ' Capt. Henry Tyler has received Tho galley slave was performed an anonymous letter, tlim,,...-- , u,u hi iuc uponi " Hickman noKt.nnu.n ',.!." V.uiulul 7" V, .'S,neTtuat House Monday night. It is a ,!.. ,..v, ..io in iiicKirifit power the work of incendutries,and nam- diama of great for fine and affords acting. The much latitude ing certain persons as having play knowledge of tho lues, &c hm ed, was most cieditably performeach actor sustaining well his writer of tho letter is evidently part. As Cicily Blaine, Miss Lizexcited, but in our opinion his let zie Kendal an exhibition of ter should excito no serious atten her powers gao an emotional acas t:on. Ho says that the on&:Jiio tress that did the dirty work i. o fired, the to Clara would have done credit Morris liuibhing house on thcnighUfthc The company is or Rose Ety tinge. a good one, and 10th. was a "strrnger," Imtafails tho repei toir is excellent. Jackto give any personal description of the stranger, how he wasdreRS. son Mississippi State Ledgor. ed, wheio he was seen on thaninlit Fnlr Wnrxiinsr. of the fire, or any action or words Owing to the change in the firm of T. p. of said stmngei to cause hi,,, to Fortune & Co. to take place Jan 1st, 1SS5, be suspected. Hence, it looks they respectfully ask any ami all perK?d like the writer was only iiicljLn.r in their debt, to be prepared to settle their or an excited imagination. IfVnav accounts by&&, before the above dale. Respectfully, bo probable Hint a tlctrntgefi dill T. T. Fortoke & Co. tlio work, for the purpose of robbery, or some such purfn$Q mt Our Market. Prices are so tliere is no clue to suypoqf aJJV low on produce, and still drophome folks, and in our oriufdii all ping, that it is almost useless to Mich implications are aisuid and offer quotations. Our corn men wrong. If the writer of the anony- are only offering .'JDo to 3oc for mous note had justifiaile grounds corn shellod and delivered. New to believe a certain stmnger was Oilcans quotes it at 47c to 49c, the guilty one, he Mould give (and this is the host market,) and some suspicious circunstances as it costs 1-- i cents to get to the action, words, w conduct &c. Pork meats tivcJiiCC, and goto Ae for of the stiauger that emsod the ing lower only suspicion. Hence, this iotc must dressed is offerojl: Cotton good bo set down as a myth, aid no at middling rejidy Bale at 10 cents. There is ajrvoly demand for but-to- r tention paid to it. and-egg- s. Eggs go like hot cakes at 20 cents. A Slnrtllu: Discovery. Aiusiscsiieaits. nunuiim ,' iuhjjiilimjji mrruign , ., lumni " imKWMpy,. .I . , ,..,,...,..m.i,i,J,iMi . mpggiSSgjMl Mm " , -fi mninii thimii i in ,.; a..v - -- 3i-r Ksn R. Ju-r- t &7? . received, a fine selection of I V- - B AB "ow Goods of T AI-S- O BUGGO T 13 E AUTOMATIC PARLOR MANTLE BED. all grades in my line Call and Examine. PRICB3 HEMO VAL ! We will move from the old Plaut stand about November 10th or lltli, to the new brick on corner the old Planter's House lot, near the Furniture Factory, where Ave will be pleased to attend all customers that favor us with a call. Low. IIW nor U ".cki an. 1 FURNITURE STORE. CJT1 HALL. Ciixe SYon can lt'p-ic- u'uVJHTXEbS LVsn WHEN KIVALS FADE AWAY. tJn' forget the place, on the opposite corner frotn Plaut lire's. l N.ll, I also have the finest line of UNDERTAKERS GOODS ever brought to Customer-- " politelv serve! on short Mttc. EAR NO COMPiairiON'. AS MY GOODS OUTSHINE ALL OTHERS THEIR &. ueicxll uimhi leUire hujing elsewhere fiuaing any thin" in iuv houee that Co., under the New w kept in a first class Respecifzdljt LOOS it-'Cir- ere, pr K PLAUT BEOS. & CO. " J Murrtt'il. In this county, on the 19th instant, Mr. R. T. Gamiuonn, to Misa Maggie Knight I'M Wgfliili' 4 s Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, At Columbus, Ivy., on tho thas his wife hd been troubled with point. acute Bronchitis for many years, and that 12th hist., some parties discover In one of the mountain coun- all remedies tried cave no"ternmnent ro ed a 01 pound cannon iu the river, ties of Kentucky a woman has lief, until he procured a bo1 tie of Dr King and immediately took steps to u held the office of Justice of the f0 Consumption Coughs claim it. Tlie gun has been lying effect, ami Peace without legal authority for and Colds,a which had a magical is guaran- iu its watery gtave ever since 1802, years. Chicago Ilcr-ald- . prodnc-- dcure permanent cure. It tho last ten teed to all Diseases of Throat, Lung, when tho rebels evacuated that city. At the time of the evacua or Bronchial Tubttt Trial Bottles pieces of cannon were cattlemen's convention, Store. Large SizeFree at Fortune's Drue tion The $1.00. thrown from the neights uuo the Dak.-writere-P- t . ,HfcgF ''Vjfe JS ' Who Made the Low Prices 8 -- KOX- -- 1 If Oa the 23rd, Mr Edward Hohen to Miss which was held in St. Louih the lESE3g3fa?S! V R ft Mississippi to prevent the Yan- Mattie Hertwcck. vV first of the week, was well attendV La I lV kees from capturing them. Tiic l'oace, love and happiness ever attend aki'S;i::ms. to our friend? and the public ed and it is claimed that good will this jeung couple-OWEinnounce Btock of all kinds of Furniture, generally, that we have juat recelvtd gun when recoered whs loaded. and solicit the trade of parties givbe derived from the work of that I'H) 55OI, ! .1.5 urn! . the 25tb, Jshn XV. Crawford to hliu ing to bur. "We can show all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine litil body. Toj h Toj s ! I Naniti Shocks. of George Kendall's Dramatic and Mr. R. M. Isler has accepted a Comedy Company, Military Band Our sleek of Clinxtmas goods lire now Gun Implements, &c, Pistols and Pistol Cartridges, Brass and Paper Vot-crl3Zlssnnrl. open for public inspection. Call early asd position as express messenger and Metropolitan Orchestra, Shells, Diamond Grain Powder, Chilled Shot, Wads, and a general line what yoa want cheaper than cror, Jfr V.k Sub 1 e'ect Hick man, and from Nashville to Lizzie Keuda'l, Fortcsk's Lr.uo SruEE. ''I used to be fond of poker," ho of Ammunition. Alto, Hunting Coats, and Hunters Gum Boots. will cummenco work Monday, lie in a popular repertoire. On Thurs- at said, and tho expression of his "We propose to make our price to suit the spirit of the tlmea. is a worthy gentleman, and Yon can rest assured day evening, Her. 4th, will be preThese Goods will be sold at Bottom Prices. The maxim is that what is fnce, became retrospective, ''but you need never leave our houe to look for cheaper goods. We propose to sell as hxa as success. sented for the fust time in this everybody's business is nobody's since I got four aces downed out any retail Furniture store in tbo "Purchase. 3?i Mr. T. P. Fortune has sold his city, the celebrated drama, the business. So fkr as any sj stem of in Missoury, I liev sorter gi'n up Very respectfully, drug store to M. R. L. Moore ' Galle. Slave." with Miss Llzzlo responsibility is in our city gov- phiyiu' tho game." T. E. WILBURN & CO. ernment, it is upon the idea that it "Your opponent had a straight and Mr. Clarence U. Laudruin. Kondidl a Ccicely Blaue. scats at the usual plaacs. is everybody's business. If ev- flush, did he!" "S.'ore room in new Odd Fellows building. man retires and a good A good XS?AI1 kindu of Repairing done on fhort notice, and In a wotkmanflilp style. Also firm succeeds. Tho new firm take Don't fail to hear Kendall's erybody attended to it, what the "N o, he had Ave jacks." we are prepared to give special inducements a3 possesion January 1st. Metropolitan Orchestra of eight working would be is above our "That's impossible." comprehension, as nothing on "Stronger, iiev you the tiuest traveling. It is the generally accepted members, for the street paiade by earth 1ms given experience to poker in Missouri?" over played yjaj m "Watch opinion that cholera will make its But Keudall's Mibtuiy Band, Dec. 4. judge by. good in practiceisthe old "No, sir." appearance in Americancxl spring saw holds that what every"Well, if yon ever do set down 7m&rAWWarK&Zifi v?JB Six months warning ought to af Don't fail to see tho "Ga'ley body's business is nobody's. iu a game out there, and a red-ey- ample time to put all the cit Slave," Thursday evening. Dec. 4. ford od man whoso ctotlies smell of llare in slock and are dailj receiving a complete line of Hardware and Cutlery ies and towns m the country in a Lizzie Kendall, the young queen Tho Ministers and Members cattle whittles on a corner of the thorough state of cleanliness. n bj sj! m m of Emotion and Comedy, Decem- meetng of the West Union Bap- table, and allows that ho hez five "Jl rsraj tist Association convenes in Hick- jacks, jest bunch your kiards in A small trading noat, wun a ber 4, o and 0. large family on board, was wreck Kendall Dramatic Company, De- man, Friday. II a. in., and contin- the pack and gaj-- , "That's good." ue on until Sunday idghi. The Odin the liver, opposite Hickman, cember 4, 3 and 0. Sunday morning last. A Colored National Conven in lhetorni. AND A GENERAL LINE OF Everybody is invired to come best tfllout of tho chinch is exThey were in a very distressed out and hear the Evoning 0n-i:M- t pected to attend aud paivi ipa,.e tion is called to convene in New -- e condition, but kind friends went hv KtMiilflil's Miiiiisrv Haiid iu the e.veicises, which will con- , Orleans, December 17, 'o consider Rouselxepmg Goods, discus-sioustiie situation of the colo.ed peototbeir relief. Our Stock is complete in all lines, and we will sell very low any iu front of Ciy nail, Thuisfhiv! sist iu preaching, religions &c. The public most ple under the Democratic part. m Kentucky only gave Clove evening, Dec. 4th, at 7p. You nre cordUUy invitetl lo caII and cxsuiinp tneir slack f Coal and Wood Henting Goods bought of us. invited. The leaders are prepatiug to flop. 5v-- , Grates, &c, all ef which we will s1l as lew as is csnsiatent with a legitimate lnuuc&usd majority, wnercas we cave Hancock 43.7G2. Never All i he great Democrats in Ohio itteiness. DRY u he reee Mr. K. A. Robinson, and Mr. 'bulled with pleasiuo when they mind, next time, when the post-offic- circular courier has Dr. P vt cknv T.mi Collins. nnbUKii c:i:(ls in tne saw that Mr. Cleveland had men- letter from are iu hand we'll make it BOOTS, A full line of the celebrated Charter Oak Geek Steves, at mw.vc .iiaiHHLlbai k ,wa ,KouigttP-Ma- jL 50,000. Who says that patriotism Board ''wjatisirBaatiBiBr-of nealtii, Kdting yf thcfappWcwits farthtipMMlfcm Of pflBt the'umn9lsiBid,of the par- - tV CAPS, CABPMES is a lost virtue I pre valence of A-- hj cit(:ftj in master hi I wtton. lie.v mo " ty in'o ids council. Business throughout the conn-"ir- v Europe, and of the l.tct ihatlt Iikk AlSC9te-eof Breaeh.Iading Shelguns and Pistol?, at gentlemen, tituiOttgldy Go; . Frank Cheatham is being begins to Bbow pabmbta cvi never prevaueti thcie ?s an J. V?. COItMAN & CO'S. compeicnt, but the iden of I talked of for Postmaster at Nash deuces of improvement. There without reaching our sJiofes. of candidates for vil!e under tho new adniinistra are fewer latiurea. ami commer tun: urging that the IocrI atnitoti- - postmayer through the local Keen Kulter ilateJitts, Nails, and Barb Wire, at AND tion. men roport trade b.ighrening. hcs simll take the iicce-wir- y cial Ri- is novel but pwoper. J. W. COItMAN & GO'S. It is even thus at Hickman with tary steps to escipe this ter. j hie It is tu ged that Cleveland should sconrge. those who advertiso liberally. The targe lumber interest give Mr. Mulligan the consulate Cho'rrsi is a llitii 'otl ta call and examine the finest line of Scissors ever displayed The ladies are e, nrd usual! v has ting centeied HickniHu will be cow- - which U at gentleman refused at J. tV. COItMAN & CO'S. Tho dedication sermon del'v- - point and is nlways farits bit"Tn.u1 p.a'Haveiyat iaJliekoiftn. Kvj air warranted, at mor qniet until next spiiug, the hands of Mr. IVaine. XV. T. Harris dedi ercd by Elder &c. filthy, neglected riti:ufer& ofj but the elemetits a:e at work Uwt cating Sliiioh Memorial cunicii. is in the ami cities, Bob Tooins, of Georgia, voted wotk Hid w.il town 'ine being priutcd in pamphlet form baingin tKe distauce, cuinger yei Iftige Ul'llg active y Ma.k the for Cleveland and Hendricks. It Wo respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before we fer our luiprovcmeius It is spoken of as able and elo- ilicliman peoijle can net be prccitciiou. Utit 3 our expeca- - was the tirst ballot ho had cast purchasing elsewhere. quent, one of the best offous o brought to appreciate the danger,' tions to this motion re, uudj-owii since the war. 'that distinguished dhine. MANUFACTURERS OF but the CouRiKit does its duty hv not be disappointed. " For Snle. The reported dread plague in setting facts before them. It is AMR-K- i about thir West Virginia and Eastern Ken thought sure by medical man that The Presidential electors are re- ty The undorsiened has for sale good conJi-tioall in school double tucky is prononuced by some one choloia will itnade the United quired to meet at Hie capitals of a teacher's table, and recitation seals, of Jo Mulhaiton'slies. The local States next year, if not before. their respective States Wednes- all of which will be sold for leas than half papers of the section said to be The large intercourse by reason day, Dec. 3, and foi mally cast heir p rice, for cash or good note. J. 0. CALDWELL. bo afflicted, they say, make no men-- 4 of travel and trade, will bring it. ballots for President "aud in aecoidj m-wiih il-- tf. necesThose towns that take the lion of the plague. will es- popular will as indicated b3' theii Bucltk'ii'H Arnica Salvo. So- sary sanitary precaution The Ladies Pastoral Aid cape, and those that goalongheed-Iessl- j election. Tiie lesult will be certiTnE BestSvlve in the world for Cuts, ciety of the nickman Episcopal will only escape b' a mira- fied to and then mailed to Wash- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever church, gave an oyster supper Be warned in ington to be canvassed at a joint Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, "Tuesday night, which was a most cle, as it were. session of tlie houses of Con- Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi 23XP tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It pleasant and creditable occasion, time. gress. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, such as these excellent or money refunded. Price 25 cents per ladies, so worthy and deserving, --Mr. Jimmie Alexander, son of com- - box. For Sale at FORTUNE'S Drug Store. tluib a list of all Postmasters' a always make U. i,n, w ... i' o'.... :.. .r, missions expiring neiore the end ! The Memphis Conference of i ii, bimii, ouiiiiiiji iiiutuiii.s i.i.ii, of his term be prepared, so thai EETHE'SSALOOKT, the Methodist Episcopal Church, fell in the fire, and was burned so1 these appointments may be made South, convenes at the First fearfully that, after lingeriug in! promptlj'. There are all told A. PJLEASASfT KEiSOfitT. Methodist Church in Memphis, most excruciating agony until postoflices classed Presidenabout 1 o'clock of the sumo day, tial, or paying $ 1.000 and upwards FRESH BEER constantly on tap. ASD December JJrd, and will coiiii-n'PATENT Tobacco, of the for a weok. Iboiiop he died. The sad accident occur- a year. Of this number 173 will Patronage solicited. best brands. in session Keener will prescribe. About uvo red nt. tlin linine. nhinn.;,.near! .Tor- - expire wi thin the remaining novll-t- f Abdominal I IT IIIh 'fill k.. Snppcrta A.K, A Tt 1ni3c9 huudi ed miuu.crs will be iu atten- .i...!II U..,I.IW.., i.: yv,....T, .,.i;II. MIB iiAnl P "PriAoiilniif il . ". happened that no one was present ministration. dance. MEDICINIES! Look to onr Interest The old, popular and always reliable Hardware house of at li' time, his mother !,;,, nb the We advise onr farmers in tho sent on a visit to some relatives. SEWING MACHINES PA.I1STT "When tho Southern negro finds Still lower, 50c to SI per barrel lower river bottoms to keep well in mind Young Mr. Alexander was a prom that he-i- just as well ofl" under a than the lowest, according to quality of A.ITX the necessity of getting their corn ising young man, 22 or 23 ypars oft Democratic as under a Republican Flour. "Wo offer our Fancy Flour, made A.lri3 31S. out of the way of any possible age, and well beliked by an eiten- - administration, he may not be so out of Fancy "Wheat, unadulterated, no poisenous make rise that may come. The exper- sive acquaintance. We learn that pliant a tool in the hands of the alum, or other puffy, at nostrumes tobarrel. it white and TDILEHRTICLES ience of the past few years teach- - he was subject to snch a&icke. Republican demagogues as he has Other qualities 52 50 to S4.50 per barrel. hcdciuS;, S4.00per Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware. jis tuatwe cannot teluwiiaU.to mid hi6 solidity for the iMour aeuverea iree. bargains at our, liwhich r'' are offered at "rntho matter of high wa vals. His death is a sad one, and "grand old partj'" will disappear house. Hurrah for Cleveland and Hen&c &c &0. &C.,r,&C, &C. dricks; and Stone, tne one leg confederate i ter. the Hearts ot our wnofe peop'e go soldier. Tlie Mr. Carlisle The people are laggiug for out in Bympathy to tao widowed as Speaker of the of POWELL, & BItO. House seems inotber and relatives. 5 some election excitement. Why King night, bell after 10 o'cloo filled at any hour, day to be a foregone conclusion. His JfcLi Eslray. not let the local candidates make ability as a parliameiraiian lias Ati Eutl lo Bono Sc a brilliant and exciting dash for Taken not been more consnlcuous than 1S84, as n.up on the 4th, day of November, stray, by Q. W. Marshall, on and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to Edward Shepherd, of jHarrisburg, municipal honors. The MayoralU,S Il,rnGSS .ltT,, piealtllllg Ollicei. bia farm about five miles northeast of be receivedfko ty and Councilmanic emoluments Bays- - "HavingBitters, reel much GeneWi exactly as represented. County, one dark from Electric I cjLDWELL'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 4ND BOYS. and privileges are not so great letspRerinRhumani.yknjwit.it my duty io The Boston Herald says: l'Mr. Hickman, in Fulton Mule, about three mouse colored Mara Havoh.d speaks of the but there's the honors and respon- a running sore myleg eicht yea; Blaine ,', years old, some gear signs on neck, a sibility. nv doctors told me i wSiId ha?e to have yrte,S whlC,h he received in ew small white spot on the back. Valued by THE SIXTH YEAR WILL BEGIN . as due to his advocacy of P. C. Grear atone hundred and ten doTho Grand Opera-hous- e at instead, tnrce oouies 01 Electric J used,1 Jiroicction. u nai nonsense ! JLUe llars. Oiten under my hand Nov. 14th, Jiiltei- St. Louis, burned Sunday after- and seven boxes Bucsien'Arnica salve, Democratic vote lie received there, 1881. A copy Attest, 1. R. S. MURRELL, noon, entailing a loss of from and mv le is now sound and well " about UU,UU(), was clearly a bargain Judge, F. C. Elfctric Bitters are sold at fifty $125,000 to S150,000. The fire bottle, and Bucklen's ArnicJSulve cents a and sale, for the city oftices AND CONTINUE N.NE MONTHS. The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. at 26c. 4 broke out in the front part of tho per box at Foi tune's Drug SlSte. ESTltAYED. 1 TheCourpeof Study include?, as heretofore, thebest of primary instruction, the Usual The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give spe1 didn't want to bo basement, ascended by stairways Taken up, as an estray,by A. J. Wbippel, cial inducements. studies m English, Mathematics, Latin, Greek, German, Voctl aiuaic, Jtlocutioa aud no how, but Correspondence solicited. to the roof, thence spread all over In this Congressional Dis- for mo to have to it is jnst too bad living one mile South of Dyersburg road Bookkeeping. give up my place and three miles from Hickman, Ky., one Especial attention is devoted lo the preparation of boys for business, for college, and the building, and in the course of trict TJlninn rAP.rivnfl T rurr R. B. BREVARD. ulto in tue benato to a Democu. Epan Cow, six or Beven years old, marked for professional studies. three hours tho beauliful theatre Correspondence and consultation of parentB, before the opening of school is respeet. Theiu'darn Democm.s have cap- - with under half crop in "each ear, and : was a mass of rn'ns, nothing beat twenty dollars. fullv eolicited. Addresa, ii,aJ.no tured the Losialaiaro hi ray own T'i ing left but bare walls, and one of iuii iiouaiun,.r-- s votes. '":'. iuu J. W. DICKINSON, J.P.F.C. .For tbern partially destroyed. Hickman, y. Aug. 8, 1 884. whom did these 750 Eopublicans State." Jno. A. Logan. An KtUtor'd Tribute Mr. Blaine l spend the win-to- r Mr. Eobcrt Hale, of Graves vote in tho Congrestional race? Theron P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne, iu "Washington. He can't occounty, accidentally shot himself Cleveland received 1G,310 and YVhi e Honso himself. Ind., "Gazelle," writes: "For the past'five top-ntivn. cupy the on iiesiioot luko, baturuny last. Stone and Turner, Years have always used Dr. Kinir's New Mr. Hale, 15. A. Xeal, and Mr. D. ccived 17,943, or ,G33 more votes u.nt 110Dody cau keep him from si: Discovery, for coughs of most severe charDEALER I if. coulter, were out snooting on than were cast for Cleveland. But t"'S on tuc nco a1 seeing Pres-i- t acter, as well as for those of a milder type. fails to the Lake, and Mr. H. in loading must be borne in mind that St. ident Cleveland go by on his way It neverio wnom effect a speedy cure. My incnus tue xecutive Mansion. i nave recommenaea iv gun, accident John received 292 votes and But bis broech-Ioadiu- g speak of in seme high terms. Having DRUGS, TAITS discharged its contents in his ler -- JO, making olS vofna that Pfflu.Innl o(o niovlfinfl re- - been cureditby it of every cough I have bad ally HOUSE HAS BEE RECENTLY ENLARGED, REglTTED, RUFURNISHSD .. inflicting a very ugly were cast m the Confnocinnni : i,..t i.m.n uft na i?iti for five years, I consider it the only reliable shoulder, THIS thoroughly renovated. Conrenent to rivar aad railroad, asd attCBtiTt T.: nn wound. He was carried home race that are not in the ceunt be- - mOll.V nUnt ULB lUilUgUtUUUU US and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call 3BC3C C clUUUli nsMCim j3H". wttch Kept and, altogether one of the beat appointed hotels in this section. j atFortune's Drugstore and get a Frtt Trial I twecu Cleveland and Blae. Jfonday. possible. n seeial The best makes of 1 MM luMiiu yvfi urniture I lt adLfffeetisg1 .&md.m de-Berv- es Ile-aen- ed fV JjwMi.k& Q$)tyl&m Contractors and Builders of Houses. m Matm g lte?s and Builders' Material sfiee-lionntc- ly i es GOODS, SHOES, " es-celle- ut. k it: -- pa-jwr- e di-se- a CLOTHING, HATS, AND OIL CLOTHS. WINDOW CUETAINS WINDOW SHADES, GEOCERIES, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH BLINDS, OIL PAINTS, - u HEETWECK, BALTZEE & CO. dtt-k- n, Vice-Presiden- t, o J. W. COWGILL, DBALSB lo-n- .. - w,w .,:.. Hickman, Kentucky. 11.-2- DRUGS, trusses e nd o.: ." ! ! , i I NEW HOME S s N j-- '' OIIEl IF3 3 MONDTT, SEPTEMBER o 1884. Yice-Presi-do- nt fiSS-S0?11- lllucc lrl ,.r. , w-l- ' THE OLD RELIABLE OHA. A. HOLGOMBE, -- i ., MUCUS, Al MiMMl OOXPOUNl)Dl lllll iei HIQgMAKT, II. JE. KENTUCKY. inn,,,.: JE uottie. juarge Biie si.uu. " h PRESCR IPTIO NFt OARhFJt.rti "Wi ,) - r-- TUKSEtt, irFIeir. .- - tU i "SBHBJWwt- - anwi Mil "tMtfJJ' ?1''J iTtl V mlrjmifVDW-i'WSt- r ' QSA&S Big bargains in Gents Clothing. Big bargains in flannels. Big bargains in ladies trimmed Big bargains in Bed Comforts. ...:..:.... 4 w.rir SL EatlfBt , 4 jP .TJfiSi Big bargains Big bargains Big bargains Big bargains iflmg Sm in in in in Boots and Shoes. Blankets. Carpets. Canton Flannels. i Big bargains in Cloaks & Russian Circulars. Big bargains in Dress Goods. Big bargains in Trunks and Yaiises. ,s,d S&arge&as is, ito Folieispiaag Gteo&s i Big bargains in Linen Tablecloths. Big bargains in Overcoats. Big bargains in mens and boys Hats. Big bargains in ladies Skirts. SANAN. ii M r ti spea&s :)Kti, TUi.'KY. " "iiiunjii provaiisH'"i ziit useariumer will briaieanuuiaie fin.nrfttl rCOple. lUe Lt vimip tor J:my Bloliw, for Coiieress txvo tn.nrtl lo IB, If can takes the cake thusly: "A The Torriblr KavitjtrH or n Sjrxji-- o All U'viof Mb( In ',a, For h mii. Albany New York, Nov. 20. THE IOAOlI.S. : he should be, in poiiffMvrnrmtl,j redwood tree, cut in this county, Jo llio Mniitit .in CoRiittH in Malae, l,kf tlte Vw iht Mdt JW ...ul..!.. .. tT... .F. !at a atain LaiiB2 BOn-canvass in? comparison Gov. Cleveland was asked by an furnished all the timber for tho rKIn ...... J&V1II tf f, ". It is wonderful to see poor, the past one On lUoiMfnoiv of Blaise, BiaiM. Btilnol willltmto a lu-- Associated Press reporter with the W Baptist church in Santa Rosa, one A., 5f0V. Parkbrsbu 11G, then hnumn iiatnro toadying cifer All hlllicii.s t.ck re vr, match to the lakeSfhiirning'if he was aware of the delusion 21. Mr. Preston Abbott, of the largest church edifices in a around successful people. The brimstone m epared "ortlio bad among colored people South that represents a New York hougIrho- II. nail ooit oecoai ior, the country. The interior of the rebaitttwi LMil of Haver. ... Democratic heroes doveloped' JCopubiicans hi the Hetber world, a chango in tho administration turned to tins citv from a HP rr "r C!vlaiil is in clr, building is finished in wood, there niiiie lite poi uaemi tr n9Ttr, trrr, utk i being no plastered walls. Sixty would unfavorably affect their through the conn ties p Ti Mayfield Democrat Biuce the election is an illustraV J ami thottimnd shingles were made from MoDowoll. Wost Yirs4.bi; Tbogli seed ilt Mar he poseM, " ' Capt. Stone, - ' tion of the idea In point. HunH tho tree after enough was taken Leo, Kussell,- Yviee aiul HtuitirfcHu, Th" "!' Ifio lupbewi eteooW, representative, us his friends "Yes, I have erwhMl, tlwli, . dreds, perhaps thousands of men, itable been astonished xt Virginia, and Harlan and Hoyd, Awl J.ji T"r r?ffiwlod for the church. AnotherisQilQj. 1"' are calling on President elect havo every reason, Jq anticipate the statement that "there was an Kentucky. He says the scones uen i . oi.l t u 0uW, Goskl, SM Jay ireje, cut near .iturpuvs .uui m this county furnished shingles that Cleveland, poseing as battle scar- that liorill, will deserve to be his apprehension existing among the witnessed were beyomrdesorip-tion- . All iei'' p'moi miu Jilottiisi vt, lxti i ily eVtcatt. required the constant labor of two For nearly three ysionths no lUv l'. Irtoirra.Upd t;,ujt, Aj,1 red Democrats who before were own successor. Probably the hot colored peoplo that in sonify way iwjl i; fait. their rights now secured to them rain had fallen Thegrass was A; ofnew industrious men for two years bemo. cd ive at Uit Tor scarcely known ovou in homo cir- race anticipated may coino from fore the tree was used up. The uiiuci im; i.iTVh aim iunsiimiiuti burned up, leaves U4 fallen from Anl VwBOK(;(( ate pat, taet, pait nti,ni.ft,,. cles as partisans. Old Democrattfbove statements are vouched for of the United States, were in dan- whole forests and crops wcro a Etea V.lk:u MVst eonfe, fee Me' of ic war horses, men who during the Jt is barely possible that there are ger from the election of a Demo- total failure. 2f earl jr every oreck, That jaiic, lon.in a mw ; , as true by Supervisor T. J. Procr.v others not without ambition. It cratic President. I am even told spring and well was dry. There l'tali,rraHm. i4rMf tor." 24 years the Democracy has been' with it thatsomo of thevn aro led to sup- was scarcely any wat(ir in the Nor tke T lMae sroning ttreni, Un,ltt1 Iln!p iu iMmu out of power and therefore had no is said that 'patriotism" is a lost ei, A Onitlitmi Wife. virtue, but we hope Democratic pose that the retult of the recent north and middle fori of the Tlw clouds btkve nil rolled by, patronage to bestow, aro for tkc Husband (reading from Scott) election means that they may be Holston. Maiden Spriig Creek And the sua is in the ., out Lagan bear time completely obscured by the greed for office may disprove this. again made slaves. All this has is simply a dry gulch, and tha Lou- While 0ottice.iiohierg y, t4gk ; Kot one in twenty marries the first All llie love. How is it m your case, my mere- Anu noor J!miht wipe btaeye dash and demands of those .new appeared to mo to be absurd, and isa Fork of the Big Sandy is hit guideu itota that die, die, die I Adtli'tf-Sto Cleveland. dear? I have been so sure that the ly a succession of brackish pudfledglings; who now that favor is in Butler M Mle a eurry fl;ht, Wife IIow was it in your case? dles in the hollow of itsrockybed. Ba be coulU Ht kill herl)it; Xcw York special to Daily Jour-ua- l slightest intelligent reflection view, have performed most II ami Jam. ar la a !licht Husband You must make tho gives tho text of an address would dislodge such foolish fears, In tho town of Mount PloHsaut l.l l!u.u.. &. i. VLtt.i faithful service to the first confession don't answer liko to Grover Cleveland by the Inde- - that I can liardlv deem anv no- - but one well contains witer. The a. tbey Taa. r.xM r iht, grand old Democratic party! uowHnaitae. ihfpieiwWKiigvt, twga:, ksh a parrot by asking me the same pendent Republican National Com- - tice of them nccos&ary, but there citizens of Saltville carry water The KeiMiblirrn defection question. mittee, approved by Carl Schnrz is not the slightest objection to nearly two miles. ; C1.ETELADS I.VAVGl RATIO.?. b'ui Ioo4 for reflicttoB, Wife Well, here's the honest "' e taw mtt eMectfM, For tho past two weeks a; dead- 'or in frand of all ttbjeetioti, leaders and the State calling tho earnest attention of ail The District of Columbia Demo- and other eiy truth. If you married vour first committees. It congratulates the who are in the least uneasy or un- ly plague has swept fliis "whole And im -- Tariff (br crats havo commenced prepera-tion- s Iove, niarrirul my first. If you country on Cleveland's election, certain upon this subjectto the section, and at least t,(K0 persons, 11m toea foe by tbie rfecttea, eUlHm, afeeifM! Presi- believing in his hands every in- fact that tho title of the colored in a population of not to exceed Poor Jam for the inauguraiion-ogram, didn't, I didn't. Nashville World. ieltoc For the iMmocfnttc irum dent Cleveland, and they propose terest is safe. It continues: "The people to freedom and all the lo,000, havo died. Cattle and live I tsi beanoj off the tyrant ; Why ;y Could 1'ee'rf Witter. l.ic.ii to talk ef "Rata," to conduct it on a magnificent Republicans aad Independents, rights of citizenship cannot be dis- stock by hundreds have died, and IU -- Retell. ob" ite u damh Atlanta atilutun Oa mam, mm, maw f in your election, turbed, except by a change in the their rotting carcasses fill the aii And oa When 70,000 uiitcrrifted patriots scale. They make a great show who voted for yon on the single and Constitution, whiehit would be ab- with a horrible stench- - The dis- lltouh Qoald'8 wMr Made hlat pert, marched down Broadway, lust on these occasions, for it is a great pre h' nt;e Keepe kin alert, ease is similar in man snd beast. Amiban oet tin power to hart ; e.ainent issneof official integ- solutely impossible to make. Thursday night, shouting;' lie He at joele4 in tfc office, but over and beyond the rity and administrative reform, rt, Besides, the present condition It begins with griping wm in the And dnz ap :b Maadv shirt. Jay Gould," thy gao an emphatmagnitude of the office, thero are because they believed your elec- of the status of the colored peo- stomach, followed by exaessive Bat Xa ito morn eaB irfct, Slrt, Mil! ic hint of the danger of tampering with thel iw fully expressed will of voeiwTi.M.on h thousands "who want offices them- tion necessary to purify the Gov- ple 1ms been so fully accepted by fever, a bloody flux, accompanied Of the :oor defeated ci Atar Tin.- -...... a free people. This Government who aro ready to spend ernment. They will uphold your the entire country that no one with vomit, ami then date. M1VW JIlLJHk selves, Left administration so far and long should have sickness rarely lasts over a day, Jiinithe palp,t of a preacher is too big a thin to be run by a money to flatter the vanity of the as it is based upon thoseboprinci- an attempt the slightest idea that but depends on the strength of (Tfcoagii a rather doaWftti iafcr, should be made to stock jobbing monopolist. a CfcTefead Asd becaia itreeeaer, MtfMfcer, c eecher! elect that thrift may follow fawn- ples which should underlie all po- change it. If there was anv pos- - the individual attacked. The counrefrain, The noble army of office seeks ing. Jefferson walked to the litical parties in a gOAernment of ;sibility of accomplishing such a try is extremely rough ami most Let aloepear a aad of !i reiga, ers is rapidly recruiting its ranks aud by and for thi people, and be- thing, so far as the new adminis- of the people live in cabins up I'or hi down! .lain rrneiuencT Aad capitol, on foot, unattended and ro and will be prepared to march on took the oath of office. Would it lieving that an honest and fearless tration is related to this subject, the hollows m tho ttOHn tains. Co .,forMt? " " the White House by tho time the opposition is as necessary to free the whole country can be sure Many are remote from neighbors, ibe echo Blaine, Ulalw, Btoine i not be a grand spoctacle if CleveAtxtt.vie. now President is installed thcreiu. govci naient as an able and vigor- that the lawful power and juris- and wholo families die alone and land, would thus imitate Jefferous administration itself, they will diction of the Executive wilfbeso are left unburied. Signing tho PJetJge. son. Food is about exhaistad, and not hesitate to oppose your ad- exercised that the rights of all "3Iy The project of making life Sen ministration when it commits it- citizens, white and black, under the people are living on barks and ance dear friend," said a temperinduce advocate, ators of is viewed self to principles which they can the constitution and laws, will be nuts. Water is so sca,'ce4hat in you to sign the "canuot I pledge ' preserved and protected, and all many places the blood of animals with considerable favor by a great uot uphold. " believe I will sign was many people. thero is no "The Republicans and Independ- - the advantages to which they are is used to cook their food. Blood the reply. "I am afraid it," liIf that who have supported yon re- entitled by reason of their citizen ig also freely drank. Plour is un Bound objection to the plan, it ents T.. upon you to ship, will bo secured to them known, and cornnieal, soils )r S quor will get such a hold on me would certainly lie a proiuTcr5-;,av-tov'";- o U(vi,ft foHr oithdrl and $10 per tush el. u mills that I will never be able to voluntesy to those wno liavo been oie- - uiifuuiuiiiwvu jw, uHrr;?t;' oefci.oro-i.ooi- i Ol Ull iUlilUSkr.lll U CClUim IU UI the Democratic party ortht newly cannot grinu, aim 11 inruKoniu tarily give it up." its -vatod to the fihinfTirnmclMnr nn( "And you will now!" would relieve them from the dead- - service, iuey loouto you to elceted administration proposes there is no corn. Ghidoiville, temperauco man sign it eagerly.the asked $arty press- to oppress or to enslave any part Kv., is almost depopulated, "and a are maintain, against all alive position in which they 'Well, not just now. Yyu see placed after their terms of office ure, the viial principle that the of our population, nor to destroy graveyard is all that remains of that thanksgiving corner next public servant, like the employe the business interests of the Lebanon, W. Ya. expire. The position of an month, a id that's legal holiday; under the present order in a private business, shall be free country. AYe hope, on the other The immediate cause of the dis- and theit there' aChristmas and from political terrorism to which hand, to do something to benefit ease is supposed to be tie pretof things is humiliating. After New Yeas, holding the highest office there is ho has been subject, and shall hold the people. It seems to me that ence of a great quantity of min- Washiglon's and after theia comes birthday, ami that his party affilia- our efforts in that direction would eral matter in the water, caused a feeling that he cannot well, with his pLce, whatever 1ms earned his evaporation. brings us close on to the first of providing he be aided, if mischievous croakings by the drought and accept a minor one, tions, May, when bock beer is ripe, and and and if he does not, he becomes a pay by doing his work well, par- and dark imaginings should give Aid is greatly needed. decoration day, that must not be place to an earnest endeavor to sort of political nonentity that is has refrained from using, for overlooked, and then the Fourth, llio GrcfuOIoiuitatri .State. not Tery complimentary to tho ty, the time and skill for which the inspire confidence, and to make the glorious Foiuth; no loyal universal a cheerful hope for the Atlanta tuKi.ltntion Eepublic. Elizabethtown 2sews. public pays him. you should nogiect to select future." to "They look Within the past three years six- American that The Senate of tho United States from among those who agree with President The statement that day of all others. I haven't elect has engaged quar- teen persons over the age of 100 in much a House of Lords your principles and aims, tho ad- ters at the Arlington, or any oth- years have diod in Vermont, and much confidence in myself," he now, without cr&tinS.jvjife ele- visers and agents by whoso aid er hotel in Washington, is prema- one went of the number acted as post- these on. "and, considering that all ment in that aristocratic "boiiy- your SUite policy must bo deter- ture at least. master during tho last fifty years such aholidays come together in 1 bunch, I'm afraid through whose This is a government of the peo" mined, and of his life. It is a common thing might break over. .Come that An OldSlory Itctoltl. Mm around must, be carried out. it in Vermont to see old men or SO pie, by the people, and for the and sec mo about ten o'clock on "Heartily agreeing on your past rCH I Journal. toddling around tending to people, and the more directly with these views, we remind you It has always been thought that and 90 farm duties. Such a per the niorniag of the 5th of July." their X. Y. Sun. their servants or representatives that if any of our number should ears of corn, have an even num- centage of old people has never by reason of his ber of.rows, and that one with an been equaled since the flood. It are hold responsible to tho people, claim your favor T!e I..Htr.y I.mr. rows would bo an odd number the better. When we grow afraid connection with this movement impossibility. of In slavery times is believed that this state of afA great many persons do not at your to risk tho people, the Eepublic and seek officeceases to hands, he, this question was discussed, and a fairs is caused by tho fact that so know that the law requires them represent by that act, peoplo go will end. It is honor enough for the principles upon which the In- negro in Kentucky claimed that many of tho youngtheir fathers to post all strays taken up, and as West, thns leaving any human being to havo been dependent movement was found- he hud sown oars of that kind. and mothers to continue heir ac- a result considerable trouble grows out of For the His would President of the United States, ed and because of which it has him master told him hefreedomgive tive habiis instead of spending benefit of tho tho matter. we pub uninformed his tho negro's for in your election." s and retire. an ear with an odd number of their old age in emigration by the lish below sections 3 and 7 of li reside. of all chapter 103 of tho General StatTho rows. This was in tho early knights or uuxon. the stout young men to the West utes relating to strays. They Among tho prominent Demospring, but in tho fall, during de3LA11IS ACKN0WLSS5S3 ,y C"hrcrats who did valuable and able time, tho negro came has caused a great agricultural follows: l of fieiis.Tllon cline in the State thus abandoned. read as o. The taker up shall, with:tH 2K,ri,ninrcr. I'm in Asiliu' with a sound ear of corn with thir- The Sue. work in the political campaign of lands are worn out, and tho teen Louisville, 2qv. 24. this year in this State, tho Ken- sation was created here to A sen- pers. rows. IIo got his free pa- farms are passing into tho hands in ono month aftertohe has posted day by bo published tho stray, caused A long time afterward tucky Democracy should not for- a publication in the Jioston Knights old negro said that in roasting-ea-r the of hired help of foreign birth. for one month or by four weekly got the Hon. Henry A. Tyler; aud of Honor Observer, charging that time he took a sharp knife, cut out Several other New Eugland States insertions a copy of the justice's SETTLED AT LAST ! ! this service should bo the more Eobert J. Breokcnridge, late Su- the one row of grains, bound the aro rapidly drifting in the same ccrJlGdate in a newspaper, if one direction. bo published in tho county. That Muse & Shaw have the largest appreciated because disinterested, premo Treasurer of the toKnights ear together, and knew just whore ex- to find it when defaulter of Staple and Fancy Groceries, gathering-timthe of Honor, is a Sec. 7. If any person shall A Wonderful Machine. and dono without expectation or tent of $100,000. Incidentally tho came. the provisions of this chap- Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Saddlery and Harness, which they desire for future farorat tho bauds game paper refers to Col. e An iuventor writing to the Sci- ter, or fail or refuse to comply are selling at extremely low prices. They entific American proposes to rev- with any of its provisions, he also carry the largest line of Breech as a "rival of Capt. Kidd of the Democratic party which ho A Jlovtol Candidate. KrMj the Rattan iluralii. olutionize the present systom of shall forfeit and pay ten dollars Muzzle Loading Guns, Ammunition of and aud other such personages." 2s has served so well and 'faithfully. all cultivating the kinds, loading Implements, Shells and Hisspeech at Iliekman Friday changes other insinuations and Gov. Cleveland was a mortal scribes a machineearth. isHe de- for each offense. Game Traps, that was ever brought lo the that rigged tho lanff night before the election wasjust-l- fill out uearlv halt a column. In and bitter campaign ho conducted' with 'largo wintl-micity. Give them a call before purcUasin; jni$, hna a You cannot help being satisfied ytiih A LytiiS Crowd. regarded as ono of the most addition to its local tho Observer himself with modesty, propriety tiller for steering, will jiivel up ! "Where were you when tho first goods and prices. o and dignity. Col. no" constantly at- hill or down, and with life wind in practicable aud able of the cam- speaks editorially of aud arraigns him for being tended, with but two orthreo brief any direction. A one shot was fired?"asked an Austin paign. Our information is that he a No Competition in Pride- lawyer of a female witness in accountable for large suras of interruptions, to tho exacting du- of may shooting scrape. does not desire aud probably would money to tho widows and orphans ties of the executive of the imper- pended upon to draw ten be plows ces and Quality. not accept official favor, but it is of departed brethren. The Knights ial Slate of Xow York, not saying four miles an hour, plowing four 'T was lying down on the sofa." "And where was your husbandl" none the less the duty and pleas- of Honor Observer is edited by or writing a single word that was acres an hour, with bnUono man MUSE & SHAW. "He was lying down on the back ure of true Democrats to accord M. Cummiugs, wlio is on very in- not correct in taste andjudgment. in attendance. It will also harthe honor ho has so well earned. timate terms with Gen. Sloat, Su- IIo has made upon his country- row and furnish the power to sow. gallery." "And where were your chilpremo Dictator the Knights of men tho impression ofa head- reap and mow, thresh, grind, carThere is an obvious attempt of nonor, aud J. ofV. Branch, who ed, clear eyod, reticeut level not ry loads to market, or irrigate dren?" man, 'They wore all lying on the bed organs of tho succeeded Col. Breckenridge as brilliant, but weighing well his lauds. Will travel ten; miles an tho bloody-shir- t Col. Breck- u ords and speaking well his pur- hour in any direction, and carry fast asleep." Korth to incite tho negroes of tho Supremo Treasurer. 'Any other member of your OF FBlTOJi', are. ' twenty passengers, profided there enridge is in tho city and denies pose. South to an uprising. These is a breeze. Tho machines are family lying down?" the charge, pronouncing the whole who tried and failed thing a "Not that I know of, but if my not expensive to build. tissno'of falsehoods. Said TIi.it I.ibcl Suit. brother had been there he would to force the people of tho United he, "I havo received money which It is rumored that Mr. Blaine have been lying down in tho court Capita. e States to submit to has not beeii paid out; I was or- will now abandon his Indiana libel Prolcctins Cairo. house. Ho is a lawyer liko you." rule, now declare that the Confed dered by the Chancery Court to suit. It is to bo hoped not. Mr. The government engineers Texas Sittings. pay Oct. tho several past woeks in Disconnt Paper aad Loans Money, Buys eracy has captured tho Govern 18 no more benefits afterorder. Elaine owes it to himself to put last, and obeyed tho and tsells Exchange on any Point in tho tinishiug touches to. his career protecting tho Mississippi levee ment. For this reason there is now a tho United State?, SoliciU Accounts cfUhe A Xcnt Little Yarn. of hypocrisys falsehood and frauds back of Cairo from erosion are People Generally. Collections and Prompt considerabloiamount in tho Peo- by pushing this suit to a conclu- - about to suspend operations, New York World. "Wasn't Blaino's campaign a ple's Bank Itemittance at Current Rate of Exchange to tho credit of tho sion. If he abandons tho suit now There is no end to Cleveland's everything has been A. T. MITCHELL, Cashier. short, quick, decisive and "ag- Knights otHbnor." ;ho publisher of the Indianopolis accomplished that is necessary, good luck. It turns out that an gressive" one, though? and didn't Sentinel will be compelled to fol- and that further abrasions by the eccentric rich man of Pittsburg he succeed royally in reducing the Of all fji factories and groat low him in the State of Maine and water will be impossible, 8,000 made a will several years ago makDIESTELBRINK ing the first Democratic President W. Republican majority in every industriesthM were going to sus- prosecute him for libel. Tho char having been expended of tho sort of residuary legatee. By appropriated, leaving a a Northern State except Pennsylva- pend tho da.ho Republican par- acter of his journal is at balance available in tho fu- this document Mr. Cleveland will must bo "vindicated." ty was defied, not a one has nia, too! ture. The improvement consists come into the possession of about XowYork YYorld. materializedjfcusiness ocs ouof about 2,o00 feet of mattross $30,000 for tho use and behoof of space Congress convenes next Mon- just a lUtlelbeiter if any difier- - T.nnisvflln Prnliihtf.inniKf NOtrouble to name all articles, but no r 5irr work, which places the embank the Democratic party aud tho ' to show goods. day. Thou tho animals will begin once, the srmfahUics, and uo iadi- - organizing to vote local option in ments in a thoroughly Substantial of Democratic nrinci- - andotne and see, at tho corner of Tfoy and Moscojw Avenue East HickmrSi JKy pies. manner. Paducah Kows. to howl. cal chaiigQjKyt occuned. that city. THS HIGKKAS .1 rpt,. rrr. ffffl, rrttsiutmL-JMec,""" liiu n :.. i. ', ! i n -- 10 A .. - Y smOVTIS IX Was- - ItLAIN'CS KEaUXBSX. " Suplln Story. Rosa (Cal.) RepubliThe Santa A Rll;ery t I. Egofessxpna! Cards Xtaiw, Jnet I tllinlieJ, n nrw edttfen of Ir, Issujuii the timriL ciki ef Cperua torrlioea or Scihih.1 lurolantary uul Lc.er Imp. tency, Jln,ul aud I'liytlial Ine pacity. Impediment t Iurrlj;t, ele. ; a!o, Cea (Uiaption, Kiilly ai.d Fit., inrinrrd by i.lMcdal pffii r, or iexiiid xxtrnvnganrc. Ac. The cfkt-rMraaihiT. in this admirable eteay, clearly frum a thirty year." acteisrai prattler, tlmt the aUmiiBf; coo.eqotaer f Ke rmdiralljr rnred; pcintUfr uat a mode vf ran- - at mne ttmple, crrtain, end rfrctaal, by tneeu. of wbkh eitry infllrrr. coruattrr whoi Kin .., i Iif 1 to-da- y Attorneys at HICKMAN, ATTEND .f"-- Ib, Culrlr' Sl : - I IlaiMS'-uur- f ! J KENTUCKY? TO ALL BUSINESS " - -- -- Jfc - f pr-. T AUIlMlliM-'tNeeTrril- , 'ui- I t K--v- I QOVO-- eitrniled to tlieir care. t;t;niKiV?"-,rrTv'T"", T3 BJBSI T n.. .-.- .iin..,:ni t,,,. Vh i'-- bl DR. OITe W. R. MORRIS. 1 PHYSICIAN ANO SURGEON, IlICKilAX, KY.. r his profr fslonnl Fertieea lo the citizens of Hickman nnd vicinity-- . Can le found nt Fortune" Drug Store. ti XTriure Tawtil he In tK, tohii; auiletrrr uian lu the land. rat uiiaerrcai, lu a plain enrelerc. to at; ad-uon rrtr.;i of four cent., ur twe aaitage Kiniym AUUIfH ThKCULVERW ELL MEDICAL CO., I Ann St.. K.w T,V, Jf . Y. I'o.t OS.. Ba, t "it-fl- Mt . .n -. .- Bwidurant Conjnjission Brewry, lijercljaqt & B. P. O'DANIEL, HIS II. D., nuil Fim- - won-derfulan- d OFFERS to the citiiena of Hickman vicinity. U I tice l'KUFESSIONAL bKR . j i .... Corner room in Laclede Ilouae. ElCKJIAXrEY, Keep always en band, Jreslt UME, CEMRT.&AiT PLA8TXU SEELS, CLOVER. &c Will rank liherftl ndvjccss an Cat!-- . Corn, &c , for or mc s DR. A.. A.. KjiJRis PHYSICAN AND SURb'EOfi, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY l'rtrt-relle- ,' f It &li.-rueti- his ProfeflaionM ServtMB le the citizens of Hickman and vlciniiy. janlG-'S- O J. W. EOQERS, ? EEPS all kinds of 1 eec-- i , J i.. WX.1 ?- - - :, . C. L. HANDLE-ATTORNE- staph ftmuy Af LAW G Golloctor, Real Estate Agem HICKMAN, KY. t&-- W ill attend promptly to all 'iusl SpeCllattentiongientotIleinvesttg titles, and tho purchase ; and Confectioneries. Will be pleased lo see his old customer-- , and will bMh tiiit thorn in price and quality. Call and mo us. "Quick Sales and Smtill xTon'l beitndorsold PvOCEEIES, ?ibir. fjaitf : Good-li- r nc83 entruelcd him in Soulhercsten Kentuc3 end Northwestern Tcnueafee lion of ?ats ai FG55 KAE.23, ivei iiatatc. r'-.n.w c ts, f EICKMAN MARBLE WORKS HICKMAN, KY. 181 acres on Dyrrshcr; rood, from Ilisktn. Addre, fK ii SAut. C. vsVta T 1 - - Dsvxi i Co, its Lvzilo P. DOSAHOB. 1 - - T DS.UES IX L0"STJ5K and LOWER. Italia and American Marblv ir.trat. ridit fro chtAy as ihc cheapest, i v. ill cot bs nder.old. JOHN WiTflifG AHUi,Lot Grccurlu: M0KUMSNT8, TOMB AND GRAVE STONES. Sao lot Axnor HAVING received aMarble, I ofam pre Italian CI self-respec-t, - gsg. nw rai ii i cee?i6 B'i tiian the lowest 25cts Lo-??8- r 1 have no clerk expenss- sto fill all orders. Call and exumiut no .ctcre ten ur work and py cah for all my Groceri, aud Hf Orders from the country promptly therefore can sell as cheap as the cheap mayi'G est. Rest brands of Wimaberg an j i,c Slar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the !v " Jons wittiko. mm B00sTHof !D wmsk ?--K FAS E3I03T A35 sale and livery stable . a i n Paris & Parkbb. KENTUCKY constantly KEEPS sale aolicit patronage- - STREET, on hand fo M, SHOP. North Vt'cst corner of Moscow HORSES, BUffGIES and UACXR. and Troy Avenues, East Hickman, Ky., Having purchased tho stable, horsey and entire outfit of W. B. Plunraer So?a' isfiiction guaranteed. we propose to continue the buaiacss, &j April. easy-chair- corn-gatherin- g '"'iS."" n-rnic- il -f I mi f'AMILY g0CmY JUBGB, OLD STAND.) BOOTS AND SHOES. S. STAPLE om C. (DAVIS' E. GLAZIEE, Kesps in stook the vct Best Material, and keeps only the best workmen. WoriS guaranteed. Repairiug solicited. All kinds of e vlo-olat- e AND FANCY GROCERIES first-clas- Queens-war- e, Breck-enridg- usually kept in a s house, prices. FhNCY CAXD1ES, J1IXCE-UEAAT, atbot TEE BARTER GROCERY- naBoan-JJXces TEAS, aFR. J. iL riCKLES aTomuUipMa-togothotolonndid:itc..-hrouffha- lL y H -- Breck-enridg- full-sire- d sixty-horse-pow- cr GRITS all kinds of Familt Grocxbiis, whieb be will sell as low as the lowest. He is rea- dy at all times TnTiilii IMaVm 3BU .. s u .. I :httr cum unun inr i;nrtA T?trr aeee. . any kind of marketing that the farming Sugar, CoiFccs, Soaits, &c. friends may bring in. The highest mar ket price always paid. CafWill not be undersold. J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &o CRAKBEllRIES, vo :e:. -- JIOMINY, be has opened a new and tohi8 friends and thd public that MONTGOMERY, frenb supply of -- ... TIYOLI HALL. OXO- FULTON BANK Sos. SOHSS, oxc ."erve Prop'r. FOR SALE. The lest Columbus make of tb. celebrate beat-enriugster- s, Star-rout- S503000.00. Keeps the very best makea of Beer, fre!i and cool, and polite and attentive clerka to customers. 21H 1 Mi. DEALER on-gag- M. L KNOEER, Kept for sale, at a bargain, nt the Livery and Sale Stable of FAKIS & PARKER (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) I GROCERIES P. E. CASE, AND IS 4t $50,-00- 0 stake-Somebod- y hand-soni- o Family Groceries. LIQUORS. 2 -- Family Groceries; ASD ALSO. if- - - per-nnf.nati- Ics. I TWO fine Mules for sale. Applv to C. II. IlUBBAiiD. for Sxilc. Nets. Seines. Lines. Hooks, and all'kiw! of Mshini: Tackle and Supplies, atafeap- gainl Groceries and Family Supplies K-'- y, . I H It it e M SSc- ' .f.l (I t A . f? i r y n hi Hi J ' a TV. I. ' . m 0 or i i