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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1885 hic1885011601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tr -- tf &? ME-HICKMAN I, y.ag in... ...i. ..,. VW " COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAr -- Br- GEORGE WARREN, 33J:CK3VI.A.7S-02Dc . .i- 4 ICY, HICKMA& THE Tlie OldcHt Kowspapci' 1S59. "Hold on; let go -t- his U a mistake, " FASHIONABLE CRUELTY. It': mistake to luith hold oa ad .VUtit sl,iMKhtr r( I Urdu fur Ijuli.w lint let go, T said Stalker, of Indiana. Mr. Uorsli Think of II. "Come out o tins, cried the mats, jerking him forward. Walking up Broadway one flue afterWith a. wronuli the towaway tora noon lately, atf Tribune reporter noticed himself "free, and made a dash'torho. an unusuftlivjiarge dipiay of pluuiagu companion way. A couple of sailor-- , nn lmliuSHat. I fn aur ikn tvilirrO instantly tripped him up. plumes, hoajjifid bi'b of ml birds, "Let go of me, I'm a cabin passenger," cried Cupples, j ellow WrjLs rdbihs and humxiing-bird"Bless me," 1 cried in aatouidinient. i and alim- - e&rv iirioty of the foath- "This isn't you, Cuppte,? Win. I noted cra,i known. doing duty m iii um unu atiwut.' ami umi oi revr-cadorning the headweaf and trimmings statutes Xo. "Well, act on mv ad ice again." of the enthusiastic doYotaes of fashion. cried tho infuriated Cupples, "ami go In many instances the birds that looked " to t old so pretty on these jauutv hats were he was in bettor humor the comphjfe, and the .spiffed songster next day and stood treat all round. We looked aa ga' as in life. In the windows ,ound subsequently that Cupples was a of a millinery store, frequented mainly New York actor, and at the entertain by wealthy ladies of fashion, the reporment given for the itoneiit of tin' sailors ter saw man hats, thus decorated. With heitating step he went in, anilx .is -- . , boURIElf "Vfr Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and ' Dispatch Helnza Buildlne, Clinton Street. ENVELOPES, LETTER isTTnTA-Tioxsrs- , hbad'b" .r i GEORGEWARPEN, Editor, i t t "eltcra JKonncIcy. J J' 1G, 1SS5. IItICE OF SUBSCRIPTION', gl.50. If ' ESTABLISHED HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTfQlKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY TKE OAtflY. ? practice of raiiag thj. . ueitecxrototti of the bet milkers to f- pleni"hKl .tt dairy stock a nevdjed. It is ean to uk "4SW ay hrst et'uraH -ir 4, rn Rnrttt. chief regulator of the market valueflff butter is flavor, and thi. may do iucxga sed or diminished at the will 01 intJUjiir dsmaii according to hi mode Ol or managing his herd. Mjlk or cream- ma be actual h aud IiteJIy "7-mclass-mufccrs " :- VOL. SS&NQ. - ETC.. ETO. 15. OJJXZm AltD BBS XJSU i 'TWERE VAIN. "" to please all men, strive as you rrrcrevuI57fiiiiosslWe;fortheroremaineth TTho man whom nought cau pleaaeor satisfy Uyaoblo effort or bfull endenvoV, Jly wannest impulse. In no ay whatever. OCsuchashefsct noart and mind at oaso: utjon my wuy.ana take no heed of these. For so 'twill be forever. TrftBOt tilt- RnuT'hn . mnliVJ flint env Tli ere would be no demand He mitrlifc have "done this thine, nr t).t"n. Was rainy - ' '"CDcttcr-vrator snip chair: that dav. 1 Kit llmt Jlaj hap thy way.is.best, how cau they Jcnow, real sunshiny weather would ifrtainlv or see towayny. I With thine own eyes, what scemeth best to unearth, or unchair, my theo'r met Cupples on deck and wc vfllked a Chcck the quick tear that steals Jnto thine few rounds together. eye Because ono rudely sneaks; keen back the At last Cupples, wbo had beeftelling sigh me some stories of court trial-- , in San 'Xor pale thee so: Jcrthoy will call it weakness, who stand by; 'Francisco, said, "Let's jit dA'n ami ... Though well I know wrap up. This deck's too wet t walk jx icus no weakness on thy earnest part M ... ' OU. (Tlaiinti tlmt nrtnCfi (f rann1tAn1 4 ' VCon eager for npuroval: and "All the scat? are damn, I SIN. that what ... ... 1 l- 3Tnot - tlu-.t- r jrraainted. although only a ferdavK. out. Then I thought of putting vappo,!- tfous easo to the Captaliifho. Ha a thorough gentleman and if.he spoke generously about the suppo:$.ous. case ', 9 would r I spring the, real oje on ,uni. The Stowawav had .,ininreei me by lo., .,,,.,... UViUll t ,,,.,., ,.;,n. ,tS:wi" UIU 4.1Jll..l" tJ ...ill. something for. Xoxt dav I was glad to fceVthat it D - i,;, y. - - .., u whatever-thcy-were- ." he-hr, Ho-ee- ,,.. i " CnK)re than this thouliskitlinlRCiiriil So Villinir thnil tn An thv-- Iumi ulrnirc Tlutthou must quatf all dregs of bitterness JJclore thy soul can know supreme Success, Dora Frcaneu, in Cttnxut. ii "inn iriti in 1, ... i.:l iiiv sii:iiiiiai t:ii:iii. lu i , little I took with me is gone and any person who feloniously or secretly lor two days I've had nothing." conceals himself on any vessel, charge, ''Come with inc. I'll take you to the brig, schooner, bark, "clipper, steamsteward, he'll lix you all right." or comship craft touching "0, no, no, no," ho cried, trembling ing or other the jurisdiction at of the-- e within ivith ejceiteraent. "If yon speak to any United States, the said person's purpose of the officers or crew "I'm lost. I being the defrauding of the revenue of. you, s?r, I'm an houest man, 1 am or tho escaping of any or all of the just indeed, sir. It s the old story nothing legal dues exacted b siieh voaseh barge, but starvation at home, so my onh etc., the person so "aiding chance seemed to be to get this way to shall, in the ee of the law, or shotting be considAmerica. If I'm caught I shall get ered as accomplice before, during and dreadful usage and will be taken back after the illegal act, and shall iu such and put in jail." case be subject to penalties "O, jou're mistaken. The oilicors. thereunto, to wit: thefine of accruing a not more are all courteous gentlemen. ,uuo, or imprisonment of not tnan "les, to ou cabin passenirers th0J I more ihan two years, or hath nt li. cK..iiw-Tfi.- J. Ls. flJ nnMnnrnf tfm titrtmi lmrnr elpTm, foartv & acuWtf WvinSu?' V ttin'soesithotcraekstoopluiitOHts,.iH Cir lOnoA (Inw'f JwIatyv ny mn ' all their long length with "Great Heavens! is that njilly so?" alive anil gestures and warning shouts. heads "How can I help you but by speaking "Well, it isn't wonl for iwonl, but Do they think everybody is asleep to the Captain or purser?" there that is the puqiort. Of course, if I had on that light, fly ing, feathery wanderer? "Get me a morsel to eat." my books here I why, you're doubt"The the crack is "Where were you hid?" tie Pacific higher byupper" edge of than the lower; less heard of the case full six inches "Bight here, sir, in this place," and Steamship Company a s. of Cunberland. lie put his hand on the square deck Well, I was retained on behalf of the and between swirls the black, treachedifice beside us. This seemed to le a company. Xow all Cumberland did erous water. The' are upon it. "Whiz! Splash ! a? the edge-ic- e sags to be used was to allow the sort of n spare wheel-houswa ent up and the runner with the one in for two years man he catches the cold tide. if anything went wrong to carry on front. It had a couple of door on each board, but we proved the infrmt. Like There is a wild, tremulous swing and sway, a tos of the windward runner, .side and there were windows all round a fool, he boasted of it, but tie steamer It. At present it was piled full of those brought back the man and Cumberland and tho crack is far astern. How the caue folding steamer chairs and other got off with $4,000 and cost. Xever train cheers! And look, now, the black, engine falls behind! Wind odds and ends. got out of that scrape less than $10,000. snortingsteam! Give them three cheers, "1 crawl in between the chairs and Then against again, the steamship Ptruvian and swing the wall and get under that piece of McXish; that is even more t the " boys,while you are"your eap, and hold fast about it. The track tarpaiilimby tne end here." here, Cupples. Com with me is clear ahead; the locomotive UiistleJ "See " Well,; ou're sure of being caught, and see the man. li you heard and snorts and shouts in wild salute at for the first fine day all those chairs will talk vou would see the inhumanity the yacht's victory. Faster faster Ik? taken out and the deck steward can't him 11 till there is only the ring of the runners, missyoii:" "Tn-,h- . I'm nnt fnul enmitrli to miv the roar and rush of the wind, the TJicmau sighed as I said this and said in here, tremble and leap and swing and swaj the chances were mucli against him. nil 11 such a matter, andlook if up, he eried: "Poverty you have to work it prettyi-lic- will"you of the wavward craft." be is the,grcat crime. If I had stolen some get yourself out. The man A LIZARD OF THE SEA. one else'smoney 1 wonld have been caughb as sure a fate; then knowingly or through fright he'll incriminate abioo tako cabin passage instead of ' ' you." 1 Tho Marvelous Adventure of a AVhalinf vlf you weren't caught." "What would you do if you were in Crew Up "Wlipro the Icebprc Stand. jAVell. if I were caught . hat then? place?'r I would LbeAWell fed and taken care of." my"My dear sir, don't put it that way. The whaling bark Alaska, which ar T0," they'd take C3re of you." rived in this port a few days ago from "Thewaste,foodin this great ship would It's a reflection on both my 1 judgment the Arctic Ocean, brings a stranga and my" legal knowledge. couldn't feed a hundred hungry wretches like nieBoes my presence keep the steam- be in such a scrape. But as a lawyer story of the narrow escape from death minus I'll er back a moment of time? Xo. . Well. should the fee wouldtell you what you of six of her crew. The first ofiicer, do. I give the man up George Johnson, stated the circum ' wlfij'ls harniedjbymy trying to "bett)r before witnesses before witnesses. I'll stances to a Chronicle reporter, as myself in a new world? Xo one. I am one of them m self, Get as many follows : On the 16th of last October, begging for a cru.t from tho lavish be tho cabin of passengers as yon like out when the vessel was forty-si- x miles lenty all because I am strugging to be and let the officers search. south of Alaska, an object was perloneat. It is only when 1 become a here, life charges you with what the law thifcf that I am out of danger of starva- If ceived in the distance whoso proportonus support, deny it, and call atten- tions and shape indicated it to be a tion caught or free." to the fact that you have given monster sea lion. A boat was imme"'There, there, now, don't speak so tion information. By the way, I would give diately lowered and placed in charge of loud or you'll have some one here. You written information and" keep a copy." First Officer Johnson and live of the hang'jbimd'and Til .bring you some "I gave the man my won! not to in- crew, named Andrew Xelson, vlliam like to provender. What would Wilson, Antone Xinga, George Marsh-fiel- d nave? Poached eggs on oast, some form on him and so I can't do it but 111 tell him of it and Hans Stuten. As the distance " turkey or "And have him commit suicide or The wretch sank down at my feet as givo himself up first and incriminate was being decreased between the boRt and tho huge I said this, and recognizing the cruelty you? Xonsense. Just release yourself vinced that it animal they became conwas the famed sea serof it I hurried down into the saloon and 11 your pent. When they came within a few hunted up a steward who had not yet irom you. promise. That's all. lie trust hundred yards the monster made a turned in; "Yes. poor wretch, I'm afraid he dash for the boat, striking out its im"Yes sir, certainly, sir; beef or 'am will." mense tail against the craft. Several sir?" About ten "Both, and a cup of coflee, please." ;solved to makeo'clock that night I re- of the occupants were precipitated into another appeal loKodgcr the water, but were rescued with difli Well, sir, I'm afraid there's no Cupples to at least stand off and hear culty. A harpoon and lance were fired coffee, sirt but make you a pot the man talk. Cupples' stateroom. Xo. into" the body of the beast and it disapof tea in a moment, sir."" in forward partof "All rf;lit, and bring them to my 96, was downthe long passage and the peared beneath the surface. Half an oft later it reappeared, floating on tho a steamer room, please?" a short side passage. Mine was'aft the water, dead. "Ycsser." cabin. The partly open, It was secured with ropes aud towed In a' very short time there was that and inside andoor of 96 wassight aet my astonishing to the vessel and hoisted on the dock steward rap at the stateroom door faintj There the capture was seen to be a vil was and a jaost ' appetizing tray-loa- d lainous-lookin- g I There stood my stowaw thing. Its head closelj placed at my service. He was evidently admiring hidsclf in reembled that of an alligator, while When thewaiter was safely gone I hurried up the companion way with the glass, and with a brush Vas touching the body resembled that of a lizard. It feet in length, much tii&air of a man who U stealing up his face with dark paint here and measured thirty-thre- e fowls, and I found my stowaway just in there. When he put on the woe4cgono the tail alone being nine feet long. The look he was the stowaway; wlen he tail was cut off and brought to this city the position I bad left him. "NowpitchTn," I said. "I'll stand painted up and chuckled to himself he and is now on exhibition in a waterfront saloon. San Francisco Chronicle. jguarforwardJiere, and if yon hear was Rodger Cupples. Esq. The moment the thing dawnej upon me cough strike ?dr cover. I II explain in New me I quietly withdrew and went jip the The Way Meals are Served thetrayjinatterif its found." Orleans. ( HeTsimplysaid: "Thank you, sir," forward companion way. Soon Cup- and I, went .forward. When I came rlwi nnme nmitinnsH nn ami soeilrr thn Few set tables. You are sorved in back" the tray had been swept clean and way clear scudded alongin the darkness the morning before you get out of bed thc'tiianot emptied. My stowawaywas and hid in the aft wheeihonse. I saw "malung'forTiis den when I said, "How the whole thing now. It was a scheme with a cup of coflee as good as can bo about to get me to make a fool of nivsdjsonie found anywhere in the world, and somo He .answered: "This will do me for a fine da' before the rest of the passen- bread or little Creole pie crust cakes. couple of lays." gers and have a standing joke onme. I There is no trouble about your meals. "XopVcnse. Tll.have a square meal walked forward. The first ofiicr was There is a restaurant on every corner or so, or you can have your meals served for you here in the corner of this wheel-hous- on duty. j so that you can get it without believe," Ijsaid, hoL and at the most reasonable rates. "I have reason to troufpl.JUl leave it about this time "that there is a stowaway in the aft As a general thing, however, they do night" whcelhouse.' Quicker than it takls me not "go in heavy for breakfast here. "Yh won't tell any one, any one at to tell it a detachment of sailors were sent Your coffee is supposed to satisfy you all sir." aft under the guidance of lhethird until midday, when you take a slight "Xo.? AUeasfc, I'll think over the mate. I went through the cabia and lunch at some saloon. About six in the Matter, asd if I sea & way out Til let said to the gentlemen who weio pkving evening you sit down to the big meal of you "know. " the day. Supper there is none, unless cards and reading: $' "GodWess you, sir." "There's a row up stairs of Jsome you drop in at the theater, after which you eat something lighL Thus, at least, I terned the ineidont over in my mind kind." a good deal that night, asd 1 .almost We were all on deck before thecrew you will find the natives doing, and made a resolution to take Cupples into had surrounded the wheelhouss. ,Taere those who have been visiting Xew Ormy confidence. Rodger Cnpples, a was a rattle of steamer folded chairs, a leans each winter for years will tell yoif lawyer of S,an Francisco, sat next me at pounce by tho third mate, andouVcime that it is the most comfortable way to table, and with the freedom of wild the unfortunate Cupplea, diaggedby the live here and best suited to climate. Wetraers we wre already well ac- - collar. Cor. JRochesier Herald. If I'm starving, sir!" "Xo, I don't." "Wlndon'cyou g0 am gej something "Well, it is the cftect to eatUieuv pon't they give you plcntv son or persons,towilfully or that any perwith malice forward?' aforethought or otherwise, who shall "I suppose they do, sir, but I'm a aid, abet, succor or cherish, either stowaway. I jot on at Liverpool. or indirectly or by impneation, ""Aliat di-ree- was shovinjr a mop back and 'num.. "got me rav chair. There's a tag on it. 'Berth 96.' " istily; "let3 go "No, no," I cried in0' into the cabin, it s UY STOWAWAY. i "Only a drizzle. Won't hurt you at sea, 3'oii know." Bv this time the deck steward was Tho Actor's "Littlo Game," and hauling- down chairs trying to find Xo. How I Got Even With Him. 96, which I felt sure would likely be near the bottom. I could not control dnoTaig"ht towards eleven o'clock I my anxiety as the steward got nearer stood.at the stern of that fino Atlantic and nearer the tarpaulin. At last I steamship, the City of Venice,- which cried: "Steward, nevermind the chair; take "was plowing its way through the darkthe first two that come hand." ? ness towards America. I leaned on Cupples looked astonished audi as we the rounded bulwark and enjoyed a sat down I said: smoke.as I gazed on the luminous trail "I have something to tell youand I tbojwheel was making in the quiet sea. trust to your honor to sav nothing about onie one touched me on the shoulder. it to any one else. There's a man under saying, "Beg pardon, sir," and ou those chairs." came into the lawyer's The look straightening up I saw iu the dim light face showed that he thought me dement that a man whom at first I took to be one of ed, but when I told him the fwhole the steerage passengers. I thought he story tho judicial expression ciuie on wantedto get past me, for tho room and'he said, shaking his head: "Sharp, that's bad business."; was rather restricted in the passage bef "I know it." tween the aft wheel house and tho stern, "Yes, but it's worse than yotf have 1 moved aside. The man looked and any idea of. I presume that j'ou don't hurriedly to one side andthon the other know what section 473S of tlie Kevised nnd approaching said in a whisper, Statutes savs?" - a wonderfully touching performance, and he called it "Tho Stowaway." "ZwJfce Sharpe," i Detroit Free Pre. WIND AGAINST STEAM. Itcturen un and u I'ast Hallway KrpreM Train. E. Vinton Blake contributed a capital story of ice-- 3 adding on the Hudson to the St. XicMolas, from which we print the following vivid account of a trial of speed between an and the fast express. "There is a roar and a rush behind thoni. What noxt? "The down train! The boys look over A ISnre Ico-llo-at ice-yac- ht piece in costume that ladies. It was voted just mollou Tho their shoulders as the big black monster shoots past. Tho whistle blows sharply; there arc hundkerohiefs waring from the windows. The hi just now holding nearly across the ice-yacitt , tre 1 ' ' A race! a race, bo's!' crias the skipper, as he gives a quick turn of his hand, with a sheer and a spring they are off after the train. "Xow the raco tho race, boys! Steam against wind! How they fly! Everything is blurred and melted together and indistinct, aiie ice is all a bluish white haze, with that diamond sparkle froui the runners blazing up. "The windows of the train are tilled with heads; they seem to shout to the party on the who hear only the fush of the wind and the runners. The) wind increases; the rears higher; the windward rnnnercut fiercely through the air, and the crushed ioe flies in a shower. Almost up with the train, now; and creeping on! "Will the wind hold? But never fear; this is no flaw, but a steady gale. It seems as if the black train was slowing up; yet no it is the yacht which is Hying faster, literally on the wings of the wind. And now a crack hi the ice ahead! "The skipper raises himself and scans the ice with eagle eye. An old hand at is he. ""'We can do it, I think,' he ays. ".Vnit .bravo Rniulina'' Ami tho ice-yach- river. t, lat ng e, hiaS-alisl- e v-- j. to-nig- ht J Then,-startin- g -- to-da- y, to-da- y, t." -- -- e, , ( SCHOOL AND CHURCH. THE LIME KILN CLUB. Bldtr Toot 3Ieto "With an Accldont, and In Kdiay There enjhy jjMau AVtio Seen No Tho Stato Board of Health of IndiISrotlivr Gardner PlilloopUUe4 ' Chrm Cottt Weather. ana strongly recommends that the first Ab the meeting opened there WAS a ckarms for us. We principles of sanitary science be taught WIntcf hath string smell of burning meatin tho hall, would always Tn e the birds here. We in the public schools. ' Tho Legislatures of Georgia and and tho eohoos of tho triangle had Jesire the eternal presonce of tho flow-u-seareoly dan! away when Eldr Toots the beautifutleaYes, the duster and Xorth Carolina are both moving to establish technological schools. Louisere are many n made a lrfgH for 'ho dQv m " way t0 tltj l. """- -orm. A makes 115 tired.tilings ville upset half adozeu different members and ibout winter. We Tlie University of Pennsylvania will bring down another large piece of plas-to- r an stand it t&,- 'tiipin the morning soon .found a school for nurses, the from the coiling. Ho had gone lo ove he house, and across of $300,000 for adultfj tod b 3 reckless system ot sleep with his foot on the hot stove, lo md run allon oi bare feet, looking for Hannah Long legac available. that puqiose becoming . v.mi u1 rtirVn-tot anil tin itw t.'Sfwmju iivt w j Press. They had mother match- -' But it is hard to cn- tMS .sw Jum nut ue a cruno an wen &$ fliaw out the chilblains. o comes half a block Tho faculty of Yale College ha3 deworked down iuro tlie man thawed, and tho heat-haother Jgrms of villain Colimlut Jiu tell way awfully through live years layers of cement and, 'autofhw . . f! loins its it is his ther- - cided to make Saturday of each week, '. "yrm. about him. ana to iv beginning with next term, a whole holigot at tho real flesh. When tho excite, JJUcnry Mnai t says; "My pne- . tho keeper momcU r If tli 0 fellow-- will leave us day, and to hold recitations on Wednestice 0 Itiug butter is as follows: Tho ment had been allayed, and iloip v.e ufdl,gi afengwithont sensing butto t nrst perfectly freed from bot- - of tho outer door had reported thattho "tli? coin so .11 h?., Lverv timo they day afternoons instead. Elder was dowihgilho alley with" Wth' of Iowa have $216,000 Tho ternu! u the ctfurn) is thinly spread w.their thermometer invested Baptists life water, Brother strike W with wegein buildings and endowments. upon working table and ffaeben into feet in a barrel seerrisH.? an car or frost a. and thirty-on- e lies it Gardner sim1 i instructors are engaged a ."' M eh -- tfWhoiK I jfciil a sober. industrious toe. We ;.$& umber of fqctomw&Mong: 11 jjcve : ,u .1 - in teaching 345 iui" murstudents in the four in- iTfu7oyTIOttrlarae",Avho'-,worttn.afh w roy a liar might j .moinettr elaborate dress dotted with dead fire- sutea through a fine sieve amrseiinrrc! ftWtfWnTiTUtm,1ylMorl-.lH"VlSdlK!fu& .wjt hclow. and" t;titutions.imdtr their n.itronniro. gwme to lWsoll nPlrmoTnateral,, WBffiSflt , flies. In life these s had under- eveulyo ei the butter. The sheet of consequence of de gineral depression in nffer that is theu rolled up, worked out flat gone a squeezing process, which caused butter business When I linddat same puson wede in trying to w alk downfo"vn' the phosphorus in them to exude, and again and rolled again and flattened in want o1 bread I am gwineto ax him On tiie other haal, if t were forty de- versity on condition thafw,000! ze rove would not know it be raised in addition from other sonrccs. has the effect of making a brilliant cos- threo or four rimes, reversing the direc- sartin que shuns. I want to know what grees tion. It is Una put away twent-fou- r tume. cold if nobody gaeitaway. Recenth a large meeting was held in he did wid his wages. If he libed a be- was er The informed the repor- hour3, covereu with a clean cloth as a came a man airnin' two dollars per day People "who lovt! to t'ilk about the the Firs't Baptist Church in Denver, at greatest falsi- which $20,000 were subscribed to tho ter that the are imported from protection against any possible dust. to know why he hasn't uthin' woatiier aregene.all the warm countries, mainly the Indies, The next day ;he butter requires only I want If he airned two dollars per fiers in the land. They don't feel the University fund. Chicago Times. laid up. where they are prepared for market. guftieient work'ng to pret3 out the ex- day and libed at de rate of twenty-fiv- e slightest pang at lfing three or four Bishop Hugh Miller Thompson, ol cess of brine (tie salt being dissolved) while some of them will goto Mississippi, advises tho Protestant Epis- She had them for sale. On of the use dollars per week I has no furder Wo lud a neighbor last copalians not to employ negro clergyextremes. large counters was almost entirely cov- and to avoid st:eakintas, after which it fur him. is ready to pack. ered with stuffed birds f ml various parts dis cry of winter who would come out and stick men for the Southern negroes. Separate "' "Each winter we h'ar fence eve- congregations with white rectors are of birds, ready to be placed on hats and charity. Kaeh winter de mau who has his head over tlie Bilking. cold morning.as we were feeding what he recommends. Ho believes that trimmings, as the fancy or taste of Uw managed to ave up a leetle am told ry wearer might suggest. Regularity, Kind mn nd ClennliHeM ot dat it am his solemn dooty to hand a the pigs, aud sayto us in a quivering the blacks entertain no respect for minthis "Are you not afraid of being arrested th Utmost XmportHMee. isters of their own color. part of it ober to eharity. We am not voice: Mun-m- y thermometor's for cruelty?" aked the reporter, is not every dairyman who knows to ax men an' women whether they It The Milwaukee Stntihel says that cbgrces below "Xo, indeed,! We import them," re- how to milt some can not and others worked or idled de summer away; twenty-th-thre-e tho thing had been St. Paul's Episcopal Church inin that We learned, after plied the woman, looking th reportei tho VaJ numbers of gwxl whether deir airnin's went for luxuries d the winter, that ho city "contains the finest window on ,oiit of countenance.- - "'Iliey would not will not letirn. or necessities; whether they spent wid lad nevermost ; thermometer in tho world a triumph of art in stained- -' asked, or rather cows are ruined eveiy year by carelesshad rrest a woman?" she free hand or denied deraselves a single glass, uch as can bo found nowhere ness, by neglect and by brutality of a stated, in the most assuring manner. thing. If de sales of beer an' tobacco liouse. nights areperiods of terror, too. else." The central panel of the window The The reporter called on President milkers. The manner of" milking and depended on de rich an' moderately is a reproduction of Doro's great paintSometimes wo foil tomptod to sit up till ing, Bergh, who aid: "I have noticed lately the circumstances connected therewith well-ofde bizness would decrease Chrit Leaving the Pretorium. The com occasions. on that this cruel onslaught is increasing. are not fully understood, or, if underIf our summer excursion boats morning,a sort e:tra entire window will cost about four o' listless delight in hugThere is a greater display of these little stood, not fullv appreciated by dairy- depended on de same classes- dey There is thousand dollars. tortured creatures than evr before. 1 men. I heard two farmec recently couldn't run. If oar utrn-- t car had no ging tlie stove, with your heels on the Professor Alexander Agassiz, who ield of milk from their other patrons de;. wonld stop deir trijw. Tender and voir knees under youi notice it in the fashionable stores in up- comparing the the has resigned his position as a Fellow of per Broadway, in cheap Sixth Avenue, respective herds for the past season. Our circuses an' 'fieaters am upjorted arms, and gapitg and looking at has been one of the and down in Eighth Avenue. This wan- The receip te of one were about a third by le worlqn' classes. Our toy stores clock, and savinr to yourself: "I must Harvard College,that institution's benmost generous of minutes." go to heel in fula few ton slaughter, flaying birds alive and more than those of the other, and the an' bazaars make few sales to de rich. efactors, although his liberality has alis when you enJust think hov Hearing feathers from their quivering latter said "I cannot understand this; 'Nineteen out of twent of our work ter tlie chamfer,nice it a column ol ways been unostentatious. During his and (bodies is the most barbarous cruelty my feed, ray water suppl and my cows ing men use ebery dollar of deir wages vour month shoots official connection with it he has given . j.uc icnv :that can be practiced. It is an insult tun mo guuu as juuia. from week to week, an' wot one lalxirer frozen breath foni "Yee ; but when my milkers go to milk in fifty am satisfied to lib oir his airnin's. aoross the room Then it's fun to jump over half a million dollars for various to the civilisation whieh we boast. The university. objects savages can do no more than that. If he they understand that it means basinet. De rich practice economy; tie poor waste into bod when the sheets arc frozen Mart connected with the ford Count nt. I won't hi.ve a poor milker around at an destroy. In my humble cabin we stiff, and hava thom almost tako the does take a few feathers from a fowl it is The Alabama Senate recently"-passethe pride of a warrior that prompts him, any price, anil I talk tliia over when I practice economy. We remake ami re- skin oft', while a shudder runs youi hire him, and be understands what model. We color old clothes, an' peal whole length that almost uncouples the following: "Resolved, That therenot a Hierciles vanity, and he is fore more excusable than our more cul- I will hav." It was evident the subject de 'taters close. If I aim seben dollars every joint in your body! You think the sense of this Senate, as reflecting tivated and refined people. The feath- had a value which carried conviction. a week we stop when we her spent six. you "might as veil go boldly nboat get- the feelings and sentiments of the white ers are plucked from the-- e living birds, The Society for the Prevention of When de fall eand an' winter comes we ting the bed varni the whole length. people of Alabama, is most earnestly', and their limbs are torn from them Cruelty to Animals would do well to has sunthin' laid up. Does dat sunthin' So vou shove vour feet down, till they and heartily in favor of the largest apthst has propriations b the Senate compatible while in the agonies of death, under the give Mime attention to the manner in belong to n. who have pinched an' strike tlie impression that if the feathers are cured which con s are milked in smic dairies, planned an' saved, or to charity which been hidden there by your1 officious with existing financial conditions for the while the blood is warm they have a for I am of opinion that an investiga- means de man who has idled half his grandmother, and you jump upward support ot our puonc scnoois, ami our d a bang with profoundest regret is our inability to do tion in this direction is much needed, time away, an' had his tobacco and beer and hit the fresher and more lasting tint. may import a tew," continued and would promote the welfare of the regularly which means de woman who your skull tha splits it clear across. It more for these grand institntioiTs, so in "They Mr. liergh. "but the demand for birds public Some suggestions in regard to ha dreneed in cashmere when she orter isn't all in tating the first chill out of a dispensable to tho safety of sooioty and has become mi great of late that the K. I I. I a. m. ...11 llJfc fl,A HiAMA rAM.inu.KI. her drensed in cahker which means de lied. A ielltw will perhaps drop to tlie prosperity 01 a iree, civiuzuu and Jersey fanners are now trapping pig- because persons unaccustomed to the fam'ly who has had oysters on Sundays sleep for an lour. He then wakes up, Christian government. down his eons and raising squab for this market, care of da- rv stock often fall into serious when I had co'n beef I a no man to and finds the clothes half-wa-y body, and hit shoulder cold. He pulls sacrificed to cruel faahion's trouble andlos which a timely suggesto be PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. close hia heart or purse agin houest feet stick out whims. The squabs are killed when tion would perhaps obviate. eoplc who hev met wid bad luck, but the clothes u, and his And he pulls ne hr't thing to , U' ohsf vel by de about ten, incnes below. Give a tramp the cold shoulder one ' charity of Jo day am a fcS' SaHMjtfftdMM to dairy aiuLptMhctf tha blankets till morning, day. and ba will ma.hajjyho naxUor h idleness nad extravagance an sometime iooks more 'cunning on a stock; ih loud talking or rough aid in maintaiain' a class of leeches and keeps half frozen at both ends, we gravy and potatoes to g& with it. A. 0. hat than a Stuffed treatment of any kind should be al- who have neither shame, industry nor aro not ordinarily superstitious, but we Pica'ytine. pigeon. do believe bed clothes shorten up about squirrel are also largely used. What lowed while milking. The animal gratitndc." IktroU When a girl is a baby small caps Fre Pros. is more ridiculous and yet suggestive of should lieeome well acquainted with threo feet on very cold nights. aro all that she requires, but when she insatiable vanity than to see a couple of its milker; .should be made to feel a There js not the fun in winter that becomes a young lady her headgear reADVICE TO GENTLEMEN. there was years ago. Last season we quires a larger capital. squirrels on a' woman's hat? These perfect tntt and confidence in this persquirrels are brought over from Jersey son's good intentions, so as to be kepi To Tie KomI Wit the ilttpe Th-i- t It Doe? started in with the first snow, resolved "Insomnia is the born foe of sleep," aud the Long Ilaud bogs by bo s who a.s quiet aud free from excitement as Not Apply l YtirtielfVir Krlonds or to make the most of winter. Wc would Wonderful dis- sell them at fifteen or twenty" cents possible. This is bet effected bv petenter into what joys thee were, and see savs a noted .physician. tho born foe of Yowr gloom. We covery! Cold is also each. The young squirrel? are genting the cow. handling her gently and ITie following article has been sent us if it wouldn't lighten up the started down town. A crowd of boy; heat. Chicago Tribune. erally selected for this bloody sacrifice speaking in low, kind, cheery tones. with the request to publish it. We trust were g on a corner. "Givt There is no reason why one man because of their more desirable sfate. Cows that are frightened, that are Cats were formerly used, but there was kicked ajid beaten for every misstep it does not apply to any of the relatives us leave?" one of them aked, as lit should want the earth. Why shouldn't so much trouble in cutting their skins they make while being m.lked, fall oft or friends of our readers: Allow me to pulled a ball way back. "You bet,' all have their share? It is certainly big down to the proper size that kittens greatly in their yield of milk, their give some advice to gentlemen from we called,- - as we reached down auc enough to go round. Detroit Free Pres. have leen substituted. h rendered unwholeKato Field ays she would rather milk twenty to forty years of age, who can scooped up a handfull of snow anc "It seems that nothing not even the some. The changes which milk under- see so many faults in the opposite sex shaped a ball as large as a baby's head. be a hired girl than tho wife of a Mormot defenseless and prettiest of God's goes under such circumstances have and none in their own. As it has now They let fly and hit us in three places. mon. If that isn't just like a woman! We pulled back, with the intention ol She always wants to be boss. Boston creatures the birds of the air. can not been fully explained, though, as a escape the merciless hands of fashion's physiological fact, the mm wholesome-nos- e become fashionable for gentlemen to annihilating the whole crowd. Wt Transcrtpt. slaves. Fashion has such an unlimited of such milk has been observed express publicly their disapprobation of slipped as the missile left our hand; the "Well, I declare!" exclaimed an power that oar women aro not only awl made record of by the medical pro- the dreee, maimers, habits and educa- eflbrt nearly threw our shoulder out ol editor, as he inspected tho baby of an deaf to mercy, but ruin theirown health fession. It should he home in mind, tion of the female community at large, joint, and the snowball hit a hired girl, old newspajier friend. "If he isn't a and sacrifice their lives in following its therefore, that anything which frets, I think we ladies, in justice to ourselves, who was sweeping ofl a porch, in the marked copy of the old gentleman!"' arbitrary decrees. A few years ago disturb, torment or render the cow are now called upon to retaliate, and back of the neck. We looked the othei N. Y. ImlepmderJ. England, and even India, took steps to uneasy, lessens the quantity and vitiates also siiouhl he ermittod to make public way, and walked briskly down the A young lady wishes to be apprised is a fraud, and prevent tho slaughter of birds. But the quality of the milk. our opinions of the sort of men which street "Yes, sir, winter off for a yel with reference to a subtle remedy for we would trade our share America lias done practically nothing. The quantity of milk that a cow gives we wonld, aud w ould not like k marry .' "a tickling feeling about the face and "If the wealthy ladies of "fashion of depends much upon the mode, time and The moral, sensible, steady, industrious, low dog. Aurora Jilade. mouth." lake him get shaved more tills city should set the fashion by dis- regularity of milking. Cows do best honorable man, who cau work for a. often. EvansvUle Argus. FOR GIRLS. DRESSES countenancing this cruel practice, a that ha e one regular milker, and the living, besides putting his hand to any A boy who once kissed the sehool-niargreat deal could be accomplished. I time of milkiug should be carefully little manly job about his own house, The rttcdtl'astdons In Young Ladles Wrat is now the mayor of a Western the leaders of society would cease using to, and not subject to ariation such as iiieml a chair or table, paint Carefully Described. city. When one enters upon a career ornaments that were obtained only from day to day. The udder should be a door, plaster a while-was- h Girls jiist in their teens have tailor-mad- of crime, there's no knowing where lie through cruelty, there would "oon be brushed, and 111 ease of any dirt on it the ceiling, paper the bediom, dresses of Cheviot or of twilled may end. JSoslon Transcript. no demand for them. The prevention should be cleansed by washing with a clean his own boots,, and be a flannel for school or general wear in of this slaughter rests with the leader? cloth and water. For if the cow has gentleman withal in company, is just A famous cook ays: "The secrets of fashion more than with this society, been driven through muddy places and the sort of man for me or any sensible the iark queit colors in vogue for ladies. of good cooking are lire and flavoring." for the work is done so secretly that wt thus become besmeared, any dirt acciThese are made in ery simple 'stylos, We never thought much about the flato marry. But your can not trace the doers to theif butcher-shop- dentally fal Hug hi the pail will commuwith a plaited and belted basque, mid a voring, but we always understood that starch-neckeor get even the slightest evidence. nicate its taint to the milk. Wetting brand drinking.money-hnnting, plaited kirt on which "is draped an you couldn't cook anything except raw We only see the results of their cruelty. the hands and teats with milk before The belled basque oysters without at least a little lire. -- v. lad. killing lazy, lounging, apron owr-skir- t. So popular has this cruelty of plucking milking is a very bad practice. This selfish, plotting, scheming, mean, de- may be double or single breasted, and Y. IRrald. live animals become that live geese are should always be avoided, both for the ceiving, pomatum plastered animals, lias two plaits down each front and in In the parlance of the day, it is picked under the impression that the comfort of the animal and theJ cleanliwho call yonrelves LoruV of Creation, the back, stHchedlike two narrow tucks fashionable to make frequont use of the feathers make a better bod than if thev ness of the milk. 'The milker should you're 110 more fit for matrimony than turned away from each other, yet made word "quiet" People talk about a were plucked after the goose was killed. for long nails a spider is to command a regiment. to represent a box plait. Only one dart quiet wedding, a quiet dinner party, a have short finger-nailAr. Y Tribune. will be sure to hurt the teat and cause The fact is, my dear fellows, you want, is in each front, and when the bust is quiet ball, etc., in fact, anything th'atis irritation of the cow. There are two generally shaking, more common not developed even this dart is omitted, quietjs popular. Cut this out and s. methods of milking the one may be sense and less puppyism, more knowlDutch and the slight sloping needed i gi en show" it to your baby. Philadelphia called stripping or catching tho teat edge and less foppery, more manliness by curving the seam that joins a side Call. The Dutoh have the reputation 01 between the finger and thumb and and less impudence, more honor and form to tho front; this is an undor-arA Long Island farmer, while look-i- n being commonplace and wholly im stripping down the whole length of the less falsehood, more brains and loss piece, and must not be considered the r nvnr n. lot of last winter's clothimr. teat, 'this plan is not to be recom- - mustache! Shavo oft' your mustaches side form of the back. Thy liQok iv 'found a bfmcH'of eifty"5tutktoh"crariu mersed in business. Yet Holland has jpeudetl. finished with a broad standing band, ot lwlc of a coat, and broke it oil and way is ,to jfrasn The produced learned scholars, groat paint; tluvteats, one inbetter hand, diagonally and be more like men and less like else there is a turned-ove- r collar, whieh examined it. He will probably be able each monkeys; throw away our cigars and ers and noble champions of huniat across the bag and pros on the milk walking-sticktake a useful book into may be a plain Byron collar, or else to use a pitchfork in about a week. His third, and fourth lingers your fingers and try if vou can pick up notched like that of a man's morning wife killed tlie wasps with the broom. rights. A traveler found oven the sign! on Dutch stroets interesting, because doing the main work, while the upper a hit of common knowledge, so that in coat. The sleeves are plainly stitched Brooklyn Times, indicative of the originality of the peo portion of the hand and first finger pretime you may leant to be what the God or braided near the wrists. The basque Husband "It looks like rain, my vents the milk from returning to the of Xaturc designed. I submit the above is of oven length all around, and pie. He says; dear. Don't you think we had better with the belt also, are either It was some time before 1 uudorstooc uddor; , the milk should be drawn to the rapid!-rows take an umbrella?" Wife "O, no! we gambling, stitched or braided. One or two trim- don't want to be bothered with it." what was meant when I read "fire and emptied and the udder conipletelv is the mohair braid of its contents. In the flush of g paragons of wit, fashion of water for sale." It teems the poorei the great chances, used. The lower skirt Husband "You takeknow do. If I people make no fires, but buy boiling tho season, or when cows are yielding and frivolity, who are looking out to ming most to I the top of the boots, and my love." Wife "Ilie a bold speculamost milk, from eleven to twelve catch any rich woman who could be reaches just which to cowa water and red-hturf were a man I would per hour will be about the rate for fool enough to marry them. And, se- is laid in kilt plaits at least four inches prepare their tea and coflee. tor. I would never be content, like riously speaking, it is much to be de- wide:e these are attached to a very deep you, to do an ordinary humdrum busiIf a baby Is born a small placard ol a competent hand. A slow, dilator milker makes a great piece, antl the slight drapery red satin and white lace is hung upon the loa3 in living." plored that such creatures as these, yoke-likjust bring the yield of milk, except perhaps, without affection, knowledge, means, is sewed to the belt above it. This ness that would the couple me a door; if some one is sick, his symptoms standing in An hour later, are daily recorded on a little bulletin whfti cows are going dry at the end of or useful capability whatever, should be dress is neat and girlish when made of a narrow doorway with the rain beating d the the board affixed to tho house, thus saviug tho season. As the last drawn milk is solectcd for husbands, and a change in illuminated threadsCheviots that have fiercely in. Wife "How do Hook?" on a ground of richest in butter, great care should this order of things is a consummation those interested tho trouble of making be much like a speculataken that all the milk in the udder devoutly to be wished for. Western brown or of very dark maroon. Xavv Husband "Very joys and sorrows." and replying to inquiries. serge is similarly made, and is tor, sharer of my be drawn, and this is important, not Rural. blue The country houses are decorated trimmed withcither black, blue, or car- Detroit Post. with legends. The retired gentleman only on account of the value of such muk, but because the habit of leaving dinal red braid. Sailor blouse suits of The Art of Making Gifts. seems anxious that all the world should A Penny Apiece. blue flannel? with the skirt in wide kilt know of his content. So he paints in a part of the milk undrawn has a tendency to dry up the eow and weaken in giving gifts let us consult minds plaits, are still liked for school dresses, On a table fully fifteen feet in length huge letters .on the front of his house such sentiments as these: "Without her capacity for yielding a full flow of and moods. It is not always literally and are made heavy and warm for win- lay a hundred sticks of candy tho full candy Care." "Big Enough," "My Satisfac- milk another season. To be a good tho thing itself which is given that tolls. ter. still better dresses the finer broad, length of the table. These the For tion," "My Heasiirc and Life," "So- milker is an accomplishment which It is the temper and domain of its rewas cutting into tho regulation some persons can never attain. It recloths and closely twilled Oxford suit- maker ciability and Friendship Within," etc ception. If there is not the proper ings aroused in golden brown, dull red. penny-stic- k lengths, with a pair of quires a muscular hand, honestv or Companion. Youth's These are shears, the still warm and brittle candy integrity in discharge of du- breadth in the mind or potentiality for blue and green cloths. An exchange says "bundle paraly- ties, good nature or complete control of it, we must mediate to the condition trimmed with rows of soutache braid ol yielding readily to tho touch of the' sis" is a new disease. "We guess not. temper, at least while milking, and a with which wo are to communicate. the same shade, and perhaps a little gilt upper blade. On another table in a We can prompt and stimulate the slow braitl is added. The basque UnLot a man go shopping with his wife, scrupulous regard to cleanliness. great roll of white candy another operand if the bundles don't paralyze him, less perfectly trusty hand-- , can be em- mind, but wo must not go beyond its up shorter inof the back, and there is a ator was interjecting pictures of butterfthen he is proof against a clip with a ployed m milking, the dairyman should possible approach. In gifts, as in elo- narrow vestis some contrasting color, lies, mottoes, initials, etc.. and then braided. Some of these give personal attention to the milking, quence and thoughts, the pearl of value or else it sharp rock. Lowell Courier. candy into a' great stick--, and ho does not milk himsulf ho os in adaptation. One must mingle dresses have tucks for their only orna- rolling the m throughout the length of which Jhe deLocal news is as scarce as hen's should see to it that those in his omploy his thought and his personality some- ment, the entire front and side gorej sign was reproduced in lesser size, but teeth. Getting up a paper is mighty perform the work properly in eveiy par- - how and'in some way with his success- being tucked, while others have wide not less distinct, to be cut into a thouand Hercules braid set on in parallel rows. tough work. Besides, we arc getting ll?" ?5' or ifc is uPn ie oer in ful cift. He can not stand sand pieces. The red lines that every d hustle which this work is performed that his expect that the few shillings or dollars When the skirt is laid in box plaits, two boy believes to bo necessary to the and we can't our ooots profits from the dairy will be regulated that he expends are themsel Tes sufficient. .ticks each an inch wide above a hem around for items barefooted. Tuscu-ror- a one blow on the spine with a milking Gifts arc not alone valual !e to tlw re- give a pretty finish. Harper's Bazar fullest success of his stick of candy aro (Nev.) Times. put on in the same way, and t!m stick, stool m tho bauds of a passionate, cipient. They have a mission to perol from fifteen to twenty "feet long, rolled Habberton, author John man, or a kick on the ndder form upon the donor, too. They recall "Empty sacks won't stand," but and pulled out ready for the cutting. folks can stand better when they am' nwy ruin a cow forever. Canadian to him tho doctrine that he is not alone "Helen's Babies," is now managing ed St. Paul Pioneer-Pres- s, itor of tho Xew York Herald. Stock Jireedcr, in the world. TU ILur. too full. Judge. WiNYER. 1 s, !V- I . - -t Ckmricr-J&arna- s, - -- ,,,.' nil-clot- PAif-adclp- hia ? ; 1 rt i. . - Tri-- n m o,Wi 1 tire-flie- ureeze'-sftlffenthanli- I.Vi.it-i.v;- .Si.- - be-lo- store-keep- er fire-fli- es de-rrc- es. fcght-boa- rd ld mum-mornin- g. f, two-third- s. - re-h- ot flat-iro- n lead-boar- a - -- J so-call- pre-mftt- tH fall-Bulg- ed lttatt. - snow-boilin- a-.- d fn-uen- tly m ed fire-grat- e, e s ls empty-heade- d, d, d, cigar-smokin- g, -- -- s, Sign-Board- m s, tho-secon- d, Albert-chaine- d, wash-pinne- d, braes-ringe- d, false-fronte- d, horse-bettin- half-inc- h ot rough-finishe- cou-scienti- - a-i- half-sole- 4 - s iV , Sy3y,-WS1A-- ' jph't irT V" F iMitwaca?aaMigata W 4 , - . " - " - a " - r -- H -. The Hickman Courier, GEORGE WABKEN, Publisher. HICKMAKr,: : 'JKENTUCKY,- - A MILLION , HEIR. IT One to ummtiie ana love J hardly dure. EpnuR tftAer-HiWhite as Ivory aro her teeth. Tlimnlnd chin rests underneath. And her papa Is a Her form 1? Just perfection. ' Faintest, pink Tier complexion. In her manner sho Is ellchtly debonair', She has eyes of liquid blue. Dainty foot, a number two. millionaire, With a papa quite a well-know- n $ YeTT knftw a imaldcn witEy? I vow j. -- hcreach dny that only she my lot shall share; Her father will I see, and little milllon'hoir, I ba. . y-- 'S!ievwacroftheway:',s "While I HirTwlth " ' , I ; ii u 'A COIOKADO TEAGEDY. His sou-la-la- A Minor Kills and Robs a Man and DisooversVEis Own Brother. lZcr Haunted by the 3Ieuiory of IIU . Hor- rible CrISie th'o'JIurtfcrcr'Kethrns'aiitl .Hang Himself at theScc'no of the Tragedy. one of Colorado's marvelous" June days. The golden god of day sailed on in bis turquoise sea with not a single cloud to shadow his brilliancy. .Nature, in all her gorgeous livery of grecnTwas in one of her most joyous moods, scarcely a zephyr disturbing the leaves of the cottonwoods and pines, and the only sounds heard were thoc of tho lark, whose glad notes, as she twittered from bush to bush, were accompanied by the sad minor tones of the curiejr tltehrilLmonotony of the grasshoppcr'sTchirp and the endless It was "peck "(of thcjmyriadsof prairie-dog- s, whose little brown heads and cunning features peeped from the numerous mounds of their village. Thee were the: only sisms ami sounds of life on Uadger (Juk-h- ; yet eudences of civilization were not wanting. Sluices and llum&shorcls. IV0! &titfa di$mantlod. rocker wenAo W cenun the fcilgn. of the bank in the1ed of the gulch, wliilc some hundred vanls. distant, on the edge oFa cottonwottd grove, stood, bathed m tlie" heavenly Sunshine, a rough in its construction but picturexjue in its surroundings. Outsjdfe oryi bench were utensils for cookingmile but fitted for the rough hand? of men and the simple wants of miners.. These were the only evidences of the recent presence of humanity Visible outride the cabin nothing to indicate j tlio horrible pn;n;nce within, where", vlwng oiiUie "lloor of the one room that nad answered all the was the Mmple hoe-keejin- g, white face the body of u man wh-- ' gleaml with an uuearihly pallor in the dim light from the small window, from the pool of blood surrounding the head andfits mass of golden hair. The fixed, hofriblc'&lre of the Tilue tin ugly, gaping wound in the forehead from which the1" lire' had for some time ceased to ebb, all told the fearful i?tory of murder; whose motives was only toov plainly visible in the inverted and empty pockets, and tho abenc? of everything valuable on the body, save one article, a small medallion, which had been apparently jerked partially from the neck of the wearer and then for some unknown reason left. In the violence with which it' had probably been snatched the spring had been press. d, disclosing the face of a beautiful, loving woman with the same blue eyes and fair hair of the wearer, who-- e clotted blood on the glass almost obliterated the features of the portrait. Yet this man, whose beardless face and smooth features indicated that his boyhood's years were scarcely passed, had been handsome. Nothing inside of outside Jha cabin gave any indication of the perpetrator of the foul crime. The mournful cry of the curlew came floating down the gulch on the gentlo breeze which was now rising. Occascur- sionally a frightened cotton-tai- l ried to his warren in the scrub-oa- k g thicketarid the "ivhirrof tlie grasshopper Avere the only signs and sounds - of life. Presently two' horsemeni ime gallopjng pver, the trailf crosseU the gulch and proceeded to the cabin, seeking refreshments. Knocking at tlie door and receiving no answer, "they lifted the latch and pus.hcd.Jack.th.a- - obstruction, their horror, to be the corpse of the murdered man,. dead apparently for some hours. Af ter searching, but in vain,for some evidence 'of his identity, they went outside ami saw the prints of horses' feet, evidently and showing- that their course headed up the gulch. Examin--in'g their guns and ammunition, the strangers, who were in search of strav cat(le,st5rtc'dn' a full gallop up the gulch and over the divide, their experienced eyes readily marking the track of the fugitive, "until reaching tlie main road to Denver; which was on the top of the ridge, where it was lost in tfie numerous others which over it that day. Kelnctantly thev gave up the eliae and turned" thefr norses toward Franktowif, where they r, gave the alarm. The murderer, vaierpr caught, notwithstanding thcThiei?hd cry that was raised. ' . Iog-cubpur-jioses-- 1 but for tlie fratricide, damned for here and for oternity, there, is no rest, nc hope. I was the son nt a Presbvterian preacher ia an Eastern town. Although 1 had received a good education, 1 was always of a wayward and restless disposition, and at the a"e of twenty-eighin spite of the tears and prayers of a loving mother and the express commands of my fotlier. I left my pleasant home and came West, excited by the numerous stories of danger and adventure among the Indians. Besides sister several years younger and a baby brother scarcely livo years old. After a terrible, rough experience as a teamster and miner, 1 managed in the latter pursuit to acquire several thousand dollars in California. 1 then embarked iu the cattle business, fencing in a small range, and taking the worn-ou- t cattle which had pulled the, heavy teams across the plains, feeding and caring for them a number of weeks, at the end of which time they would be in good condition and I would sell them for a good sum in San Francisco. As my herd increased I enlarged my ranch, which was in a beautiful valley near the mountains. "One daylhero trcmendou freshet, the greatest was5a known since ever the couutry was settled All my cattle were drowned, and 1 was again a beggar.. I wandered over the west, ruining in the gulches with rather poor success. At last, driven bv continual bad luck, I fell into evil ways and gambled and drank, and manV' a time near starved. Every new mining excitement found me one bf the first in camp, but I had become as dissolute and unprincipled as the worst, amlj would shrink at no crime. Finally, came the Pike's Peak and other Colorado excitements, and I found my way hers. For a time I was moderately successful as a gulch miner, but the pay streak ran out, and I bitterly realized one day that my stock of provisions was gone, with nothing to replenish it. While in tliis embittered .state of mind, feeling that luck was against me, and in the most desperate frame, a stranger came to my cabin one day and sought shelter "and lodging. I tbld him he was welcome to the lodging, but that I had nothing to eat. Not droamiug of the terribletomptation he was placing before me ho quietly unbuckled a belt from around Ills body and emptied out a considerable store of gold com, saying we could soon remedy, the .dtdicioficyt jllow 1 gloated over the wealth he hadiCxpoed, and tlie demon posesing me I suddenly raised a huge club and felled him to the floor. A moment after 1 would have given worlds to undo the cowardly crime when I saw his fair golden hair dabbling in a pool of blood on the floor. "Fearing that some ori would soon come and discover mo I quickly rilled his pockets and noticed a gold chain around his neck. P11IH& this out, a locket was attached to the cud of it, which, as I jerked it outAopened, disclosing the face of my mother. At the same moment I glanced aian envelope that was in one of the pocket- and realized the horrible fact that 1 had slain my own brotjier, my baby tJrother, who twenty years before had put his arms around my neck and kisseuiiie before t, - MISCELLANEOUS. A Mormon missionary, who lately brought over fifty Swiss females for the Utah colony, promised each of them three husbands. X. Y. Star. Kissinger is the appropriate name of a young man arrested in Pittsburgh ihe other night for a forcible osculating effort directed at the lips of an unwilling damsel. Pittsburgh Post. The Washington monument will not long enjoy its as the highest structure in the world. An iron tower of the astonishing height of 1,000 feet is to be erected in the grounds of the French Exhibition in 18S9. An elevator, the safety of which is guaranteed, will communicate with the summit, and visitors to the exhibitkm will be taken to the top for a small fee. -- X. Y. Tribune. The Adams family is renowned for its diary writing. John Adams began a diary November 15, 1755, just after his twentieth birthday, and continued it with breaks until November 21, 1777. The diary of his son. John Quincy Adams, was begun soon afterward, and ran through its course until . It ie said the third generation has done similar work, so that 100 years of history will be found in the family annals. Boston Journal. Mrs. E. Schofield Wright, of Minneapolis, has an autograph quilt on whioh are tho autographs of several hundred of the most noted men and women in this country and Europe, among them ce 18-18- The Secret in Oil. A report having been circulated that had been discovered on a" certain farm in Maryland, a resident of Baltimore, who happened to bo in the vicinity when he first heard of it, proceeded to tho farm to find the owner away and nobody around but the hired coal-o- il man. "My man," said the Baltimorean, "is it tme that oil has been found oa'this farm?' ''Well, there's oil on the pond back "Whore does it seem to come from?" "Well, that depends," was the hesitating answer. "My boss owes me $4S for work. If ho pays mo as he agreed to, the oil comes from under a clay bank. If heputs me otf any longer it comes from a barrol buried in the mud. That's the way I'm fixed, stranger, and if you've got speculation in your eye, yon d better coma around and see me later. BaUimore Herald. to-da- y, there." The cvil3 of attempting to leap blindfolded into matrimony are sadly illustrated in tlie brideless condition ol Bristol at a middle-agethe present moment. Ho was a comfortable tradesman with a weakness for religious tracts, and she was a j'oung person at Tunbridge. They had corresponded.oxchanged photographs, and agreed to marry, without having even seen each other. When thoy met at last the young lady did not seem too pleasantly surprised, and at tho most critical point of the marriage service she blurted out, "Most decidedly 110," instead of murmuring a blushful "Yes." Tableau. Boston Pott. . d bride-groom FIRESIDE. Tobacco given in buttermilk is recommended as a specific for hog cholera FARM AND FACSIMILE 07 TTPE-WmTE- R LXTTSS. TO THE PUBLIC, GREETING: good-lookin- g -- Troy Time. A little linseed meal, given occasionally, will help to keep a horse's coat oright and glossy. AT. Y. Herald. Sorghum blades as fodder, cured or green, are said to be relished by cattle, tnoush they do uot relish the cured article as well as they do tho green blades. Working oxen should have a separate feeding-plac- e and a duo aud regular supply of food. Thore should be no opportunity ot their lnterlermg with other cattle or being interfered with. Boards of Health the people how to prevent future epidemics. But Dr. Koch says that cholera has but chance among those who keep the digestive the faults everywhere of sewerage and advising now eOlf--recti- ng are out which no amount of Sanitation can avail-- . other precautions are necessary, with- little we m O A Kind Old Gent. J 1 of all the demons of hilJT Bushing' from the house I jumped on my brother's hore, started on annul gallop up the .side of the gulch on tp the high ridge beyond, until reachinythe main road. I ueer drew rein unnll reached Thence, after a vfry s!iort Denver. stop. the trail southtraveling through Colorado. New and Old Mexico in various ways, but going alwavs ever , ....1 uy i!. uuumeu 1... iuc iiiriiiur 01 .. ir m ire iiomoie crime. Thus I have traveled with no peacosavo that of the damnei,,seekuig danger in every form, but always coming out uuscathed, until wearM out by my life-- of horror, trying in vun to escape the awful images contjinuallv conjured before mc by my excited "drain by an influence for which I could nj$ account, 1 found myself at the cn'djof a year at the scene of my great crime. With the brand of Cain on my brow, I suffered untold agonies and resolved Jo end it all." '.Inclosed in this strange commtmica tion was the address of his parents. with a request that the finder ofr bis body should communicate the fata of the brothers to their parents. Vefivcr 1 I left home. At once I seeme& possessed - f Nttvs. "Lord Tennyson is not often here, is he?" said tho inquisitive scribe of an old gentleman who took tickets at tho flower show, and who occasionally waits nt Faringford House, whore tho poet receives company. "No, hs doesn't of ten come here in the season. People follows him so." "What sort of a lookthoso of Mr. Gladstone, Dr. Spurgeon, ing porson is his lordship?" "Lordship? Wo don't often call him a lord about Cardinal Newman, Archbishop of Can- here. terbury, Ralph Waldo Emerson, General threo orWasn't made ono more than four months ago. We call him Grant, President Arthur and Minister Mister Tennyson. A nice old gent fie is, Lowell. Chicago Inter Ocean. only 'o ain't no better clothed than a A merchant of Tender- scarecrow. Wears an old soft felt bat foot City, Arizona, has inserted tho dragged down to his nose (which Ji a following advertisement in the local paand per: " e have the durndest lot of At long ,'un.) and has a long moustarsh with beard, with an old coat as is green goods every seen in this divide, and we age." "Is he liked in th? neighborcan bust any suoozor who tries to dispute it. Hitch up the old boss and hood?" "Yes, he's a kind old genu" Liverpool Courier. oome and see us. We have ransacked the world to get the finest goods, and An Intelligent Colt. we are bound to please." "How are you finding business, Tom Leonard, coachman for A. P. was asked of a physician. "Capital," he replied. "I have all I can at- Migeon, in Torrington, has taught a tend to." "I'didn'r understand that colt in Lis charge a variety there was very much sickness about.'' of tricks. He will stand with his two "No, there isn't. But we physicians do not depend upon sickness for an income. fore feet on the ond of a barrel, lie O, my, no; most of our money is made down or kneel at command, and raise from people, who have nothing the mat- his fore feet as if in the act of shaking hands. He will'stand upon his hind ter with them." A. Y. Sun. Some time ago a veteran typo of feet and imitate the coachman in rubthis city, in using a sharp hatcher, cut bing the floor with his shoes. He will off a porton of his thumb. After wash- also follow through the barn, and if the tlie colt ing the wound ami also the severed por- coachman offers to go tion of hi thumb he bound in place the will put his two feet on the stairway iu dissevered piece of flesh and cuticle and an attempt to follow, and if chance . kept the sore dressed carefully. After offers he will steal the whip and run round with it in triumph in his mouth. awhile he found that a healthy growing on of the severed particle of tiesh was He will also pick a brush from tho floor taking place, and in time the wound en- and endeavor to brush himself, and, tirely henled. Now, he says, the only like Dick Turpin's Black Bess, will li difficulty he experiences is that the por- down as if dead. Hartford Titntt. tion of thumb entirely severed has a Mr. Ben. Waller, who has charge numbness. Wilmington Times. of the pauper farm in this county, "brought into our office the other day a FUN OF CITY LIFE. peculiar species of squash. The vegetIt. X. Dewtns, Poett, JIme. Tun for the lloji, but Not Tor tlin Young able is two fully developed squashes and just double the siae joined together Jlan AVIifi Him Itonuit L'udor Tliem. In newspaper parlance, merchant Mr. Waller who eels ahead of his fellows is the ona In a second story window of au up- of stho ordinary squash. like this, Uwhohasthe "ad" vantage. that the town residence, fronting on a cross saj-- it is not aspecies all grow nature of and freak but the Do You Want to Hay a Uegl street, a dignified young man sat read- Mie vegetable. We never before saw Send for Dog Buyer's Guid; 60 pages ing one warm Sunday morning not an'thing like it. The variety is of a rich of all breeds, colored plates, long ago. Tlie rising sun was preparing buttor color, and should be called tho of dogs zaid whoro to buy them, mailodprice for - Greemboj 0 (Ga. 16c Associated Fanciers, 287 S. 8th Street. to ride high in tiic heavens, and people Siamese squash. Philadelphia, Pa. were going to church. The smoke of a JoumiL cigar curled upward from the youug ' A touxo lady wuo very bst young With umbrellas, like men, it is generallived over his rents man's lips, and he leaned Idly from his man a seat bythe way with one cloudy ly the poorest that gets left. X. Y. Jourtook the window window, watching thu people pasing morning. "Why do you sit by the window-sac- nal. 'l.iroat and lBng l'neascs a chilly morning Laura" aked her along the sidewalk below him. A mother. "I'm waiting for the son to couao a specialty. Send two letter stamps for a stately citizen, clad in conscious virtue, out large treatise string ma," she replied. Ada white waistcoat and some other gardress World's Dtgpeaarrdieal Associaments, came walking along. Wheii the Amehicans who send children to Ger- tion, Buffalo, X Y. citizen arrived at a point directly under many to be educated, have to eventually ,. A?f oxchaage asks how to remove paint. the window where the young man sat, send them to Norway for the FInaish. . "We have found that a coat Kleeve will rehe suddenly clapjied his hand to his move a great deal of it. X. Y. Herald. "W'n Y is a drunkard like a foundling? Beear. stopped short and looked up at the cause he's brought np on a bottle. Hush-n-byoung man. The jatter looked calmly is Fikb'sTootha HrDHOpscureinljninuteJBc. baby, thy criMlle is green; p down aud the citizen moved, on. jointing his nose with bensine; there's tlie Gfomn' Suljihur 5oap heal aud beautifies. He. A thin gentleman pushed a moment decanter ami here i the mug, and here's German Conn Kkho vkr kills Corns & Bunions. afterward, twirling a cane as he passed the policeman aud there is the jag. ChiThk male voice a girl likes beit to hear along. Below the window he, too. cago Tribune. The ono with a " ring" to it. stopped, rubbed his nose violently, and To looked up. Tlie young man again little a convicted felon life is nothing but a Ir atflicipd with Pore Kyes, ue Dr. Isaac cell. Thompson's Eye Water. Draifirhsis sell it. 26c. looked down calmly, but with a little surprise on his features. Tlie thin Tkk Worcester Gazelle market report looked at him suspiciously and says that "salt meate remain unchanged" Ccuid Not Work. moved on, and an angular person of Of course they de. That is what they aro CATA'.-R- H 1 dry-gooworld-famedoc-tor?- M five-year-old up-stiii- rs adult-he-rated. Out in Arizona. Drains which are permanently well Hon. A. W. Sheldon, Associate Justice, made and which will practically last Supreme Bench of Arizona Territory, all time, may be regarded as a good writes as follows: "It affords me great for iavwiment, the inoreased crop each pleasure to say, from my iersonal observation, and you know the scope of such has ytar pajing a good interest on tho money they cost. Cincinnati Times been very extended, that St- - Jacobs Oil is It was an old idea that onions the great and wonderful conqueror of pain, cure for all bodily aches and grown upon new ground developed a the sovereign tendency to thick neck or to scullions, pains, and I cheerfully bear this testimony." but more recent practice has exploded that idea, and onions are now about as rtJFFS in newspapers help many merchants to "raise the wind." Whitehall frequently planted upon new ground as Time. upon old, and it is found that thick necks aro very likely to be found upon You Can't Make S.'OO by Reading This, even if you have chronic nasal catarrh in old ground. Boston Globe. its worst stages, for although this amount A horticulturist finds that coal tar of reward has for many joars been offered added to water is a valuable insecticide. by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh To one gallon of tar three gallons of Itemedj', for any case of catarrh they can water are added. The solution is not cure, yet notwithstanding that thousands use. the Itemedy they are seldom sprinkled over rose bushes, grape vines, called upon to pay the reward, and when etc, in the spring, and the smell of coal they have been so called upon they have tar is so strong during the wlwle season universally found that the failure to cure was wholly due to some overlooked compli-- ( that insects will not touch the plant. .on, usually easily removed by a slight Tomato snuce: Stew six or a half-dincationof tho freatmont. Iherefore, can of tomatoes with two cloves, a sprig i this should meet the eyo of anybody who Tress has made faithtul trial of this great and of parsley, pepper ami salt. d Remedy without receiving a through a sieve; put a little butter into perfect ami pemmnent cure therefrom, that a sauce pan over the fire; when it bubperon win lo well to either call upon or bles add a heaping toaspoonful of Hour; write to the proprietors, the World's Dispensary Medical Association, of Buffalo, mix and cook it well; now adding to tomato, strained, stirring until smooth; N. Y., giving all the iuticulars and symptoms iu the case. By return until they will pour around chops, and garniah with get good advice free of all costs. parsley or delicate celery leaves. A little chopped onion improves. The price of writing paper is going np. Houehold. Thk We alwavs thought it was stationary. "When the ground is covered with Chicago Tribune. snow and fowls can no longer get at Tonne 5Ien, Read This. green grass, its place should, observes Thb Voltaic Bklt Co., of Marshall, Mich., the Chicago Fanners' Jleoiav, "be sup- Voloffer to Hnd their celebrated Electrohay taic Hklt and other Electric Appliances plied by clover, the or fine rowen. call on trial for A) days, to meu (youug or old) Fowls need what roughness, and will no more do their atllicted with nervous debility, loss of vitality and all kindred troubles. Also best if confined to many oth- foods like grain, whole or ground, than er diseases. Complete restoration to health, will cattle. If clover is supplied them vigor,and manhood guaranteed. No riqk incurred, as 9) days' trial is allowed. Write they will strip the stems of the heads them at once for illustrated pamphlet, free. and leaves." A cow kept by herself will give 1 AM seiHMt with disgust, said tlie tlarky I better results than the sauio cow in a whose hat was blown away by the wind. head with others. The single cow will Waterloo (Jbnerter. be better fed, and a more important pjje tumor3 rapture ami fistug point, so far as is conlas radically curri by imroved methods. cerned, will be the fact that nearly all Book, two letter suuhs. World's Dispenthe butter will be got from the cream, sary Xedical xYssociatton, Buffalo, N. Y. which is never the case when the milk Evbrything is adulterated. Even boys and cream from a herd of cows ate of sixteen are Yhitelnill mixed before churning. Owing to difTime. ference in size of the buttor globules the Bhow.v's Bronchial Troches for milk from cows varies largely in tho Coughs and Colds: "I do not see how it is time required to bring the butter. AlIKMsible for a jxibHc man to be himself in bany Journal. whater without this admirable aid." Itw. 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That the Testimonials used by us, so far as we know, are bona fide, with a forfeit of 85,000 for proof to the contrary. GUARANTEE III. That Warner's Safe Remedies are NOT MERELY TEMPORARY, BUT PERMANENT, AND IN THEIR CURATIVE EFFECTS WILL SUS- TOOTHSOME SWEETMEATS. SumetliiiiK About the Candles Kvtry lloily I.lk-- . "VVhlcli our oldest patients most of TAIN EVERY CLAIM, IF USED SUFFICIENTLY AND PRECISELY AS DIRECTED. FOURTH. Special inquiry among hundreds of 1 . . y, geu-tlem- an never-ceasin- 3URING MEATS. How the Hants anclfhonlders of the Period JAre Drleuand .Smoked. .which-they-fonnd,-t- -- -- Jiad-travel- ed ! liovf-cve- fcevenil stoppedat tlie deserted and now to be haunted cabin. In fact, for suj-posed -- ,Just oneA'ear later travelers r .1 into the night, and belated travelers had seen shadows Hitting in theinterior, yet no one hud the har.lihood to enter Jthose terrible precincts after nightfall. On this .June day, however, everything was apparently the samu as that, undone year ago. The lark wa singing Li bright song, the curlew dolinj its belUlikclmotininil tone, the grashou-pe?san-d prairuYd'ogs we e keeping up their incessant sounds, but all e'e was still. Dismounting, tlie elder horseman said; "Bill, I wonder if we will have the same luck we had when stopping here one year ago?" His companion' 1 don't know; they told answered: mc at the camp below the cabin was haunted: that?l?g;hfcs"au'd strangesonnds are feen audhenrd hi tho. cabin after nightfall, one man saying that some evening since, having- to pa-- a here, he heard voices and tlie sound of ouie one dniploring,for,liis" life and then followed blows and groan-- , after which all was dark, so we may expect to see something. Iet's open the door, anyway.' Tlie doonakeden its hingwaniL foonlfromtho looking Dngm"T?unngni, nouuug- - at ursi wa seen? Then, simultaneously from both, a cry of horror., Therq, hanging to one- - of tiitfrhitersvw&s- - the fornf of a man, whose protruding tongro and eyes and blackened face gave ghastly evidence of death by strangulation. An overturned stove'skowedilmt the crime was elf committed, and. loo kin 2 around,, they, saW a folded paper on the' one t'lOHtf ltagrooin, wincii, m mc strange 'story'tKcrain lold made tho manner of death and its motive perfectly clear. Oh a nuiriber of closely-writte- n pags, dirqeted ' To whoever Snds tlii,' wasa remarkable narnitive, ' as follows: ' Oi,'thioyrbldreniorfe of tfie thd man who, hi defiance of all the laws of God and man. takes the Sleeping or life of his fellow-being- ! wakiner. alone or anion"- men. the ter rible vjfcioii of his crimeliaunts him over; intOithe-liado.w- tJionc tKrough the ohe window far out succeeding nights a light had '" mur-deref- of - In drying and smoking hams and bacon much care is necessary. when fresh from tle pickle, they are so likely lobe infested with "hoppers." .Dnr weather and. a ropm in vy,bich there Is a current qf air are necessaries. The first is not always available in winter, but the latter may generally be fou ad. It is not well to dry the meat too quickly; therefore a good airy kitchen, with a medium temperature, is best for the purpose, and tlie rack for laying the meat on answers better than ' anything else. Instead of this it may bo wrapped in coarse bags of Hessian wrapping and suspended from hooks. When smoking is to be resorted to the drvimr is combined witli it. and where tho?crLs a large."" chimney no difficulty need bo experienced. A wood tire is, of course, essential not necessarily logs of wood, but chips anil nwdiist what is. wanted TATTOOING. is a smoldering suioke, not a blaze. Tlie tire must first b0 thoroughly lighted A Hideous Custom AVhleli I'rerulN In with wood, then covered with "sawdust Certulu Tarts of Volynesla. and kept so coveredtill thesnicfking is The custom of tattooing the bod fordone. merly existed in all parts of Polynesia, e of wood smoke" i now in bottles, a few drops of wliieli added to but is now generally abandoned, ex the pickle will give a 111 e flavor. J his cept among the ruder islanders. The flavor can al?o be gained hi-- sprinkling process was substantially as follows among the.' hams a few drops of oil of The artist first drew the desired pattern tar. In order to keep up a 'continuous upon the body of the subject; then taking and -- trongsmokeinaehiiuna.v horse Jit- a comb, made of shell or ter is employed, being laid" over the bone, he dipped it into a liquid comsawdust and chips. To sonic persons this may sound very unpleasant, but it posed of the pulverized coal of the caudlis very frequently ued, and the meat so e-nut and oil, and placing it on the .smoked, far.from having an,unpleasant spot caused it to puncture the skin by a taste or odor, is delicious. blow with, a Of cour&Y, if one knew all the secrets color appeared mallet. Soon a bluish under the skin, which of all the trades, one would probabh did uot fade for many years. The Jirst eat nothing at first from dietir marks were made about the time of but this is a feeling which, set against puberty, but so painful, and even danthat of hunger, soon wears off, and we gerous, was the process that it was begin to think things uot so bad aftei finished at once, but the pattern not was elaborated year by year up to an adis known a "hung beef i4 vanced age. What The designs were mostly much liked by many persons: A piece arrangements of curved lines, showing of meat for this purpose should be great artistic skill and appearing to the juicy , lean and very tender. To help eya like a drapery of tine the "tenderness it should be hung, if tin Often figures of men, birds, dogs, fishes weather b cold, at least three days be- or other objects were pictured. The exfore pickling. A good tliick flank Is the tent of the person covered by the tattoo best part for this. First rub it in every varied on different groups, but tho part with a pound of coarse sujrar, thighs were invariably marked. High th-- s three, time a dav fur a chiefs were exempt from the custom Vhen thoroughly soakell WHlruic sugar, as were the lowest class of free take out the meat and dry it on a cloth. men, slaves, and to a great ex Pour the pickle out of the vessel, leav- tent women. Various theories have ing the, sediment behind. Whea the been proposed to account for the prachas been washed and dried, put tice, but the only satisfactory one funis !an the meat, and r it a mix- its ground in religion. The figures of ture c omposed of the 10I owing ingredi- living objects, so common, are the toents: Quarter of a pom d each of com- tems of the individual or tribe in mon salt urulbay salt, twj ounces each guardian spirits arc believed to which reside. tif sal jiriiuella-ansaltpeter, one ounct The operator is alwavs a priest, and the each of black pepper and allspice. All patient is tabu, "holy," during the procthese must be dried, pounded-andmad- t ess-. The primitive'idea seems to have hot before using. .Next d.iy turn the been by drawing the visible meat, nib it well and pour" over tin blem that deity, upon the person- hisemfaof a which had been drained vor was thereby sugar-pickl- e secured. Later, this oflT Kub and turn lor a fortnight, then conception faded the custom take, U and tie j tightly in a cloth tc came to be'simply out, ana of ornamenpreserve the shapej and smoke as hamj tation or mark ofa mode distinction. social and bacon are done. AT. 1". Herald. The'chiefs were not tattooed because, themselves partaking bf the divine naMake it a condition that a talker ture, they did not require it, and the must know what he is talking about and rest were exempt because they did not he will not say mudi. S. O.lFicayun. J deserve it. American Antiauarian. a, ed ed tho female sex soon followed. She. too, abruptly stopped, fanned her left tsar with her hand and looked up. The young man blushed and half retired into tlie room. "Wretch!" hissed the angular female, and passed on. The young man looked at himself in tlie mirror, out saw nothing in his appearance which should impede traffic in the street below. He returned to the window just in time to find a fat woman shaking her fist at him ami hear her threaten to call a police. The driver of a cab sawed at the bits to keep his horse from starting on a run when it reached a point opposite the window, and an aged newsman dropped his stock, put liis hand to his eyes and dance 1 up and down with rage". n The young man olosed the window, drew the curtain and woiidered if he or the populace were going mad, while in the room directly over I113 head two boys hugged two to their breasts ana voted that they were having more fun than one could shako a stick at. Ar. Y. Titnes. -horror-strickepea-shoote- salted for. Lowell CunrUr. A" Cox.VAUOHT man being told of the American who was so tall that he got up a ladder to shave himself, replied: "And isn't that as 'aisy as walkiu'r Why wouldn't the jintleman get up a lather to shave himselt that is, barrin' he woro a board X. Y. Suh. LienT weight The tonnage of a cargo of kerosene. Boston Star. A BOY who heard the quotation: "A tle learning is a dangerous tliintr," wished to stop going to school, because he was afraid he should not live long enough to get past the dangerous point. lit- man ii year ?iSLY'5 CPcni kmUI 2.,".,!.J'-Incapable to br at A yonnR : vSjv Umi'h7RH :HFn si3tMk IK- - iri V 01 m Mt j s .nrfse'Bff IVJ-- Crrnm Unlni li a renjeJy taseit upon a rurrrtt diiirnofejs ot tMs d.oease and can oe fc3 ;SXjrr"r" " fc fc. K. fr? doreoded ucon. Mela. G7LY roail rcjrfjterrd. Sample bottle by mail eta. Ely Buos., Druggists, Owego, H- - Y. .r?.V' W . timet . to irati-neKly'j Cream Bala cured Km. I bavereo onitneadcd It to teveral friend?, where ourca bare bee a effected. lllTTOJf lK.fB L. Ottlej) 6 (of liuti.m A Wanen M . Y. City. . mien-ling -. 'cam TnE difference between the poet and the dear? Why, certainly; one writes for all time and the other times fo'r "all right." Detroit Free J'rens. train-disiatehe- r, m' ai niant OliJOi &gS'atNe'scmMFNi sore cure. EvJ If wnsr. T ITG.5...6 PILES. EPS Sirrptiiins lmentc Alotstnrr. w In another departmont a score of confectioners wore found at work. It may bo of interest to know that no ingenuity Jirs yet designed a mechanism for making most of the fancy candies. Xo kind of candy i in sncli popular favor as creams chocolate creams. Yet every single drop is first formed in a mold. This mold is made by Milking an impression in a la'er of corn starch, held in a shallow frame or box. Once the cream becomes hardened as it cools, it is taken out, and is ready for the coating of chocolate. This work Ls done chiefly by girls, who take each drop, dip it gently in the chocolate, which the girl ;tirs unconcernedly with her lingers. Thus coated, the cream is set out for the chocolate to dry and hardon, and then as carefully handled again in the proce-- s of lraeking for shipmont a pro-eewhich is governed by systom and requires considerable knack to avoid crushing the goods. "HalFour good-- , are of this class." feiud the confectioner. "They contain little' clue but Migar nnd chocolate, and are the purest goods put on the market. They are made now for less than they have been, liecause sugar was never so lower than they cheap, and are have over been." The cream with a date clinging to its sides, the cream deftly surmounted with half the meat of an English walnut, aud in fact almost the entire line of distinctively fancy candies arc what aro known as and aro never handled jo much in bulk as when the retailer dumps them into a box or a bag. Every piece, even after it has been given form in the beds of snowy corn starch is handled two, three and four times with much delicacy and care between the taper lingers of young girls, whose delicacy of touch is "a qualification for their vocation. St. Paul Pioneer Prest. w hand-made, testimony that the cures wrought six, five, four and three years ago, were PERMANENT. And results in unequivocal they began Warner's Safe Remedies. Read a few of Thousands of examples: ELDER TAMES S. PRESCOTT. Box 62 BLE when Cleveland. Ohio, founder of North Union Shakers : In 1S7S was pronounced incur ably sick of chronic Blight's disease, by the best physicians. Then he resorted to Warner's Safe Cure. March 12, 18S3. wrote : " Health never better. Just past SothTear." Oct iS, 1SS4: "Iamenjoy- in? a very comfortable degree of health. He savs also. " I am an enthusiast over Warner's SafkCut." Used 4 doz. bottles. MRS. HELEN LEIKEM, West McIIcnryJ III., two years ago used Warner's Safe Cure ana bAFE iNcrvine tor complete nervous prostration. August, 1SS4, she wrote " I have never enjoyed such good health; have baa no return ot my old trouble. S. A. GETTYS, Insurance aent, Chilli- cothe, Ohio, in 1S79 was attacked with vertigo, which for two years and a half periodically affected him. He was a chronic sufferer from dyspepsia. He had the best medical attendance without success. In - 1SS3 be was cured by Warner's Safe Care, and writing Dec. 5U1, 1SS4, from East Liverpool, Ohio, he said "I have never had the least trouble since I used Warner's Safe Cure, which benefited me permanently. The Rev. TAMES WAXHAM, of La J' Porte, Ind., in Jan., 1SS2, used Warner's Safe Cure for Uright's disease and after four months treatment says he was as well as ever. June 23th, 1084, he wrote, "My health is fully restored, and I am free from annoyance from my old complaint. R. II. McMICHAEL, of Emporia, Kans., in 18S0, while hvingat South Bend, Ind. had inflammation of the bowels and a hard lump formed on his right side covering rorty aoctors exhalf tse aDaomen. amined him. five treated him but gave him pounds no bojie of cure. He lost sixty-fiv- e of flesh. June 1st, 18S4, he began using Warners Safe Cure, 23 bottles of whtcn fully restored his health. July 15th, 1SS4, My cure is permanent. 1 was he wrote. skeleton, who was restored by the a use of, arner s SAFE Cure. JOHN W. MAPES, M. D., Paris, IU., used Warner's Safe Cure in 18S0 and Nov. my kidney trouble 24th, 'lSS4, he said cured then, remains so to this day. EDWIN FAY, Esq., Davenport, la., in 18S1 had Right's disease and doctors said he conM'not live six months. Dec. 4th. 18S4. he wrote, "Warner's Safe Cure used as directea, will cure any case of Bright's disease. I am now free from any kidney disorder. ' li-i1 these Patients were pronounced INCURA- j&0d?Gri Ctluy J.tvv(JUvy .jW' 3; .feeW "IlAitnY, you ought not to throw away nieo broaxl like that; you may want it somo :t it i. S-VZ- day." "Well, mother, would I stand ny tatter cha'neo of getting it then if I should eat it nowj" Gulden Dava fact that mast of tfee I Hone and Cattle PowJer sold In this coun Jtry U worthless; that Sheridan's Condi- I don Fovrcer Is absolutely pure and verr rateable. Nothlujr on Earth will 11 ALL roi ' ' Y FF. a AI IUIM11 (I KIS'O Ilatb, ntotcbe. ""''t. . Itib.iiriice, Klieuni, no frail iTTiF 1 KEEPING ONIONS. ! Thoroughly Dried, ami Kept Dry and Cool. The great point in keeping onions through the winter is to get them dry and keep them dry aaffol. A damp, warm cellar Is ono of the worst places If you do not want to use them until a good place is to put them in a dry barn or loft, and cover them over with straw or hay a foot or more thick, and let them freeze and stay frozen until thev thaw of their own accord. They .IiouliI not be handled while frozen, unless you wish to ue them immediately. Ve have kept onion sets by say mixing them with dry not less than one bushel of sprouts to a bushel of sets. We placed a layer of sprouts two inches thick at the bottom of a large bin. and then a layer of sets two inches-oV four inches deep, sprouts, and so on until the bin was full, "when we placed a foot or so of grouts on top. The bin was in a hay loft, where it was exposed to frost. In the spring the sets came out in the most perfect condition none decayed and Coarse, dry bran none sprouted. would answer the ame purpose. We once threw a quantity of onions by the side of a row of evergreens, and covered them with stfivr thick enough to keep them dry. They remained there ali winter and came ont in good order in the spring. A good plan is to keep the onions in slatted boxes holding a bushel or less'. Place these boxes in the cellar on shelves, or raised a few inches from the ground, and with spaces between tho boxes for air to circulate. Ameri- DISEASES - lua'e or long Handing. KSSiuSE: T!ny Must rs It Ua JUtf4k. tje& make liens lay like Sheridan' Condition I'outler. Dine one teaipoonfi.1 BCJ!OIf CM r"C2tft EV L-- U OnULiCi;-t? 51 1 breeders "Ks-cue- rtmr' jsHMii llvi!LN i';r nwwai irgy. ,. jj VUyyt33c?'.; 7 yvtf - A a entirely No ?mlm l8ss ifian S2 and rellabl .legal and NO BLANKS ! suh'ta .at JC3nrop-ositlo- SSlSl $5,000 use, price $1X0; by mU, to eaclt pint of food, lm.il prevent nnd cure Cholera, Ac. Sold eTerrw.i re, or sent by mU for ETOA i in stamps. Also furus. in lirge cans, for ceii's 51.20. Circulars sent FnKE. I. S. JOHNSON 4 CO., l!os:on, Mass. nS ao U&a. tl SSE233S335E2SSS2SP TO tnatlo by one ot the most popular Agricul FIFTH. -- know malt-sprout- s, HoGhargeforTickeis CapHa! Premium Capital Premium, their life "Dreat nuuiioo , an , Jan. 1. wwen hai icen EDITORIAL that very and TT It is tine-tooth- ed Extra "ofl,000 10,000 " " VM 10,000 " M tlOO a.ooo ID 82.000 SAO" ,91S 100,000 Cash Premiums aggregative S300.S30. Prem's.tS each, S 75.000 1SC tural u'ui rainuy Xevspairs, the old, reliable, t olid Farming PACH which for World years TOR 3.0S2 F.fl VORXTES. hna alivays been found In the van In the adjoining list all aro C ASIt Premiums, ofproirresalve aro&VHS of fi ,. neb. thrte f.&iiiai.i Journalism, i and r.f J)OLLAliU rarJt, and raiig-r- s must not Vi?!?,,1.?' amount to 13fm- -a OzsA rremlum ivhlch confounded be . i.U 1 xuojcriAcT, nouo less than (2, and fur with any mush health to Warner's Safe Remedies. V. , ZT' Ji fMf' 3 S S&7 W3XtjesXr S7 1885. AOTE: Tho aboie U, wo bellere, the first faoilmlle punuc prim, ana it u certainly ery atruuag.j no small satisfaction to us to many thousands of people owe . UMW . uea in typewriter teUtt nml-tlii- f PINKHAM'S.. 1$-- VEGETABLE COMPOUND Christmas and New Years IS A POSITIVE CUKE FOR palnrnl CoraplalnU All tho and Wtaknrstts so common It Gosis Nothing io Subscribe, aaa dl-gu- sf. NO BLANKS! f5 rb'"lptlon h paid ond subscriptionwhen "ccsu Premium price will bo dedurUnl begins. There are na niinjj,. ' room publication gotten up to baclc oomo lllecal lot cnanco scheme. tery or other Our Business Platform. The iaM tul jnln ji ef a p?or with JCJ.OUO eircnUUon yproitiac u f. How, Riz. COPTS from aiTtrUtlnir. ico laeu par line, at th nt or Ic. a lJMO of circulation, .r II a lln II a for lOD.OOO. for 13 lllun. VXL. LOOO, "WHAT PREMIUM WILL .V- .- a a m I lace-wor- k. re-pe- at wc-eK- . put-ove- - Portfolio. ITo answer will be miuie w any applicitloa ?? which desired the Casn ITemlum without wndlnj pro rata charges for the Art Portfolio, a we are expending a largo amount In its production and for idvertlsine-njon- ey that has no connection vnta the inna out cl whicli tho Cash Premiums wiu ce paid. IT IS IUMBT4MT That yon snd xn your name promptly.so that our ui Dei the lull earnings from advertising be realiieS. Clubs list especially desired, and when a list of are naraealssent us, we will send nil the sealed Premium rdrs envelopes to tho ne who sends tho list, and he can distribute them wuhthe Art Portfolios to those whose name; nends. or he can keep them and secure for himself the benefits. Just as he arranges with vloi whose " ertry euDtcrlDer, ai a, pre rati oarter of alTtrtlili rroeia, U TOrthtoapaparof 100,o5octa)al. eon SS.S1. Wo propoM to keen tr the ils. oar ahare. to ear nbcrtttn tie J. In u,li v will hare JJ1.0;0 aa rroSi en flria back to tabacrl. berseat or the papere car&ian the turn of IMO.00) la rreniasu. Tail la a plala auteaieat of facta, and IbtoItm so neeeaittr nf mottle to InecU tðoda ai aa eieiiM t,efftriaf cambered asd aUefid " fatara draw. leji " or " awrria." It la ainply prppoted to mass dlrltloa with ear lasssribsrsofaseqTiiubleihareof ot prcau vuea, the as of their Baatea as root cnberf win leeare. itri. f.OO.fJO total, JCS.HM. EX. lOO.iyX) PEXSES Mr . raper. porta, Itnt. t elttorlal lacldentalj. ajaa totaL wort fn 1 too. ktrlnc toe ipleaiii nroct of ol proSl win bo nadt oat of tho imlo of Mrtrtit. las apace. nj orfMrtutra k1 P"1 HM c fou timpl, Seatu f Jka jxipei" a. inajma HnrJtUo. It It -1 out 10,000 tay woaM par bat 19 cm a line. Therefore, rreja-wo- r. nbiertoioBi CMacte.1 fro a iara Talis or raia rrtmiam Or. ft FARMING and richest Sv. a 5J,.fltJo?t. Immediately on receiptor your letter. we will send e Art 1'ortfolio a sealed envelope containing an orJtr for w ww j wu, uuu .www lUAk , io mrxu&i or uncer'ainty. "emcabcr, no Subscription Price Need be Sent, and No Clmrce for Tickets. 6ET?"ys0Smf n cvnoM U oW Jar th legilitat ktaUpg o. dltrtut and Ike rtlttf ? r,."i ".cr":M,entirely 11 OrarUn treobl,Inriaana. It wlllcnre ?7trr. tion and VlreraUon, Falling ami ! DUrUran"". ana jarticolarly :S3m ' J to oar k FEJULK roi'ULATIOX, Prleefl lalleiM. pinerleMexerene. nut MUSIC BOOKS. Dnets.br famous ammim: eenerallr anlte easy. and a cood and entertaining boot tor ail borne where there are two Piano players. MinStTQl dOtlgSi U1Q HlO NlW if popu , lar. All .h8 best Minstrel. Plantation and Jcbtlea bonga. MUSICAL '" IXT nn.V ,u e ... lyaRin ,, - .'. 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Mnaforpamphlet. Letterspf Inanlry confldentlaBy arawered. For talcot drugging eT tnrtTfiaztyt s ms. ltremoFxintnF.Flarsl''n7,detroyalmTins Bloatiar, Headaches, Ncrross It cures Tuvrli. Ctun1euna Tw wy sHlfl IDCli "Y.m1 eonstaoent Spinal weaknee, and I to tfie Uiang 01 iie. .-- adapt. FAVORITE. GEMS el STRAUSS. GEMS of Una DANCE. ) r PImb Mule. ) CONSUMPTION. 1 tortthrv1thaTAl-t7ABt.ETREaTtSliimtblidiee- , ?,Srtroefor to Cfish fttsortho healed which Enrelope, ii?J?Ba by ha sent relnrn train with PremluTi you wnt Cash you apply W1U be.ng answered set If t nrlr hthn Tltnnt-JVftrt4-t- he nrui ques-U?5- i.M bava-ft- ' No Charge for Tickets. rjr"jr--f M instantly. acltnotv!.l - n rcrelot n Cash Preslnn (l'fi:r if. It t far SS00 or raoro U rccelTtd. Do not t!jcrrirh Tvt.n nr g jLaarvsa rA.titni.in ok.IjD, 121 Jt 123 t. ciartt tt. naAajt. mar. ti.-aa- be deducted iron tho Cash Premium, for to a.V3 cns!iBeYery Kuli9'- address and 45c. you send fc VP frota the word flRSPR UDCuiTC on the Art Portfolio, we win Mn(j von" a U Order for slu'le Cash Premioraanr banc.not less than nest, or ex two dollars for there ire nohlnnt, Th. miH lhmiuh press offlce. Vou run no risk, except of belnr benefited. Then dona wait, bat talco cdvanUco of this orjoortunltr notr. case, subscription price need be sent, as that will 2o no there blanks. A Cash Premium Order for from ,s business J At tuiuunuj " 133;tn,mO;allaboveten.T5ceach. KtmlVthenroratacharge3,4ic..rnustwsentlnevery o . 'bl, a ,,.. yw .in TO-DA-i: -ii. sza I tare a p5lUremelT for the abore dleeae ; by Its can Agriculturalist. ate thoaiaadaof eueeof the verit kind and of ions euadlnchere beeeeared. e.n J TWO OTTLE3 FREE. lBltetacaty.thatlwl I ndl. .ttmieli mrfelth In certain counties in Eastern Kento any sulnreri oiTxpreeinip o.id-H- . scores of girls are said to marry tucky DR. T. A. ffXOmi .Ul Pearl Ft , Xw York. at the ago of twelve and thirteen years, R. U. AWARE and by the time thev should first be TITAT thinking of sweetliearts are often Lorillard's Climas Ping mothers of large families. A recent traveler who went through much of the a red tin tag; that Lorillard's LnrlllAni'a llaso I.rn f country on foot says that men, too, as Nayy CIIpplnfa,and thatfine cut : thatSaBsTs,ar soon as thev can raise cash enough to tho tiest and chesDeat. quality Lorillard's t considered put up a cabin and buy stuff enough to Mfn Srholarhtj In the PAH for aBUhttKNS COLLEGE, 0U.M1N make living in it possible, are ready to Newark, stw Jersey. Positions and trials and cares assume tho duties forjradHatea. Nattonsl palronajre. Write PALMS. for areolar. COLKMAK of married life, and many of them find wives before their beards begin to HIXTII.in Aernts VTantM fats K th world. 1 sample FREE. spront or before they know where the JAT IIROSON. IJBTaoiT. MICH. money is to come from to buy food for YTIealnr I lfCC eheanerthan the jvedding feast Chicago Journal. LADIES Senistamrs LAUCO for lllnstratedtt.Clrm e m culm to V. a. J1JE, Jfasr&lo, . X. Frederick K. Klemm, says a disTjeated and cared wltbont the knife. patch from Boston, died at Dedham a SANER BXk on treatment sent free. Adare F.L.POXD.M.P.. Aurora. Kane CO.UL few nights ago of pleurisy, just two WfoJ Warti sent ca .ixanrn hrtTin!. death of his wife, upon weeks after the ltrtalL Price-lifree. Goods tr.iaran- '.' agh then ic HAIR se whoe demise ha & leecLfB.jrsiui, ji; y aoastt ar,Chlcaco. apparently good.health: "1 will follow yon want to becomeTef.' her in two weeks." :rmBB aad snatraitetaeapteraeau r.wjs j GEMS of ENGLISH SONG. VqciI Music BEAUTIES of SACRED SONG FRANZ'S ALBUM of SONGS The abore eight books are uniform In btniUnz; each contains am to 2i sheet ma!c size pai;ea. ana eaca cost. In Boards S3. Cloth S.SS, OUt SS. Undenta lMfe Iu Hong;. Khymee and Tune. Bds. tlS, CL tl J8, OIK (3. Aonvay Music AlbaiBi. " SZM. " S2.1W. " M. AlsaWolaraes ot Musical Ltteratare. attraettre well bound, and Interesting, imoae which are Rlttra sltadeat'a lll.torr oTMusle. 2Ja. and the Llres 01 toe Tsnot surest. uasiervoijiasic. Also, m&sy Chrtstmai Carols. Send for lists. Any book mailed for the retafl prise. OLIVER I1IT80V A CO., Boston, H. DITSOX & CO, E7 Broadway, New Tort 'I !a a S48 LTlncJlnHJB can't SELL and the truth ibootJokiK Patyoaj liesonuatrraBdaieaifyoadara tt S250s Address JOKES Beam Box. Tare Beam. Fiefehl PaU. Free Prtee tirm Mia. OF WAGON SCALES. S60.5 TON It. BISDUMTM, BINCKAMTON, N.Y. PATENTS smyytsej st roungrenra UMt-auar- c i.KK-- E. WRXTIXS f. t.x ctrr: Pateat Atfra, Waskfactsa, D.a lOlii X. 8. T .fc Hand-Boo- k A. FREE. str tk slTCi'UaM)t las AJBTKKTMER m'j SATTfT" i"''; 'i..-a...,-- 1, . ik MJ !mWJM&3-A&P--te-J-lH-- hMaasssfeaaMftg ' a'j j . i..j uwnpi - i mmph ., . mmMMm trj?'- 'A, . - - i. XVI J ft Hickman County limes County Court Proceedings. WILL THERE BE A FLOOD. is tne name ol a no.v nanerviust ,m f ., a. ,, rour .i,n, commenced at Columbus, KV., by Fulton County Court, held iu Hickman. eaACafj Court-o- f ititbisll Henderson. U Sa-- , ' Monday, January 12tb, Hon. R. S. Mur - win I8S5 KqiiR ISS2-- 3 Cki'ms.' Xon lav. . .. . rell presiding, tho following proceedings 3, or Itfof? cd the count: lew fo. 1S5. at Juratory is wen aim tersely .writ- . ten. We welcome the Times, for were hadFIDUCIARY iETTI.EUEKTg. $2.50. SUCCESSORS TO "We are now entering I'UREconntry made APPLE VINEGAR it looks like old times to gcti pa The following was per trom Columbus. Ivor fcome and ordered to lieBattlement monthproduced period of the Mississippi tho flood at Cowgill's Drug Btore. over one for exand its T.-years Columbus has had no paper, & COM3? A.3STTT. The Princeton Woolen Mills and therefore her business Inter- ceptions :Lauderdale, guardian of Jno. L. tributaries, and henco tho ques3. W. tion as to whether or not this was d Mroyed ly lire, 1 ridaylast. ests, enterprises, and possibilities, Corbett. following settlements were confirmed: great valley will suffer this sea- a I out $150,000. Loss The have measurably passed froU pub0M as it has for is Noou an, lic view ; but, now comes the Times, S J. Rndle, guardian ofofLorena Hicks. loiemostto the the past three, Koffcel C. L. guardiau Mattie and minds of every All persons indebted to us will confer a fresh. and sparkling, talking f fac- Olivo Nelson. one. We answer to begin with, fator by coming forward and hettling ac- tories already in operation and Jno. Trautwine, administrator of F, Se- - no human being knows. There counts at once. factories to be established, pic- grist. are many who predict that IL A. Alexakdee & Maxwell. turing a bright and prosperous Blanton. Tyler, administrator of Carter and thero are many who we will, propheJan 0,1885. future for Columbus, all of (which OUARDIAJj'fl cy the contrary, and urge that in RETORT. Union City complains of fre- we hope may be realized, and The the cause of the quent burglaries and lobberies which if it is, will be largelj aided corded following reports ordered to be re- things wo are to bonatural run of . comparatively which defy detection by the po-- 1 by a good local paper. ThtfTimes Otto Ifertweclc, guardian of Max safe from any ery destructive heira. ce. is right; there is a bright bieiness floods for several years. KOAD MATTKR3. future for these river towni. They RciaiyoxiiE, the Watchmaker, has Various causes have been asThe petition of Q. M. T. Salmon, for have had reverses and'dravbacks, to I'laui BroH. & Co'h signed for the past three great bottom road, continued, and summons orwo are --Dr. Case, one of the oldest butthe rear,now leaving bijd luck dered on J. T. Mo A tee, of Jefferson county, floods, but while incapable of disprosperous era to and citizens of Lake county, has gone awaits enterprisea aud push. The to show causo why said road should not proving, none havo been batisfac-torto our mind. The destructo Texas with the idea of locating present generation will see the run OTcrhis land. OVEBSEKBS, tion of the forests, clearing up of iu that State, says ihe Star. Mississippi Valley the garden spot P. H. Browder, appointed overseer of lands, extensive drainage &c, have fl i i Nice line of Rodger's Bro. Genuine of America. iT rwruaiz iLJ " " that part of the public highway known a been gheu as causes; but, whilst Tripplo Plated SILVER WARE, warrant the State line and Dresden road, whic.i IJST S ted. it ii Km! to Bono Scrnpliifr. ' lien between Browder's west line and the these may, and doubtless do, conW. CORMAX, 5: CO. 2t. J. tribute to swell tho floods, we all URU. MEDICINES. BOOKS. STATIONARY, and School Supplies. widow Brawn's east line. Edward Shepherd, of Hnrriuburt, I know that tho clearing up of lands, Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES?, DUOOGIST ' 1 The hail storm Sunday night says.-- "Having received no much lene1 from Electric Bitters, I feel it my dity to SUNDRIES, PAINTS. OILS, &c. Court of Claims. uiiuuuge, ccc, nave been going on 1 FOR THli WIIU'E SEWING MACHINE. last was the heaviest ever known let suffering humanity know it. JIatt ha! AGENTS Curt of Claims was this day bejrun for many years, and honco can not in th. 8 section, doing considerable a running sore on iny leg for eight 'ears 5 A WINES AXDLIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. damage in breaking window my doctors told me 1 would have to have aud held, and J.the following Magistrates see why tho floods of tho past Donaho, Joshua Nailor, three years should havo boon so present: II. R. Ij. MOORE can be found nt Dr PARIS' Offue, to attend night calls at Moore the boms scraped orlegampuiated. glass, &c. lused, B. Atteberty, W. B. Jones. D. W. Dickprecipitated. If these woro tho LunJruta's. instead, three hot lies of Electric Bitters F. D Ferrell and J. S. Bor At Plaut Broa,. & CVs , you can find inson, T. causes, the floods w ould have been cvi;n Burliugnie, the'Watehmaker. ilia work, and my legboxes Ilncklen's Arnica Salve, DELINQUENT TAX PAYERS and is now sound and well"'' v jo:n-uie past twenty years has proven las reliability. Sheriff W. O. Johnson presented the list somewhat according to Electric Bitters are sold at .fifty cents a the ratio is to be re- - bottle, and Bucklen'a Arnica Salve at 25c. of county ley poll tar payeds, to the cor of land cleared, drained &c This The court-hous- e rectneis of which he was duly sworn, and new floor in per box at Fortune's Drug Store. paired, somewhat the same being carefully examined by the brings our mind back to tho old grand jury room, County and court, he was allowed 226 whites and 112 theory that the magnitude of tho Circuit Clerk's offices, aud the hall. ton, Mr. W.T. Buckner, of Charles- colored at $2 50 each, making the sum oi flood each season is to be measurMo., is The repairs are absolutely needed. fn Hickman negotiating for ground ed by the amount and suddenness & aa & vA re sia.EaMi to build a carriage facu Sheriff Johnson also presented his list of rain and snow fall that particuNote Flaut's Removal. tory, aud we understand the out- of insolvents and removals, of State reve- lar season. nue y.y. fs i rp'srmrti is getting brighter look i.3 favorable for securing tho deredfor 18S4, which was examined and or river people In tho old day our Business to be certified to the Auditor. looked to these cauoil over the country. Large of this industry. Ordered the 1S84 delinquent be Have in stock and arc daily receiting a complete Hue of Hardware nnd Cutlery, amounts of money ate moving Bnckuer's buggies, far and near, opened and that placed in the hands list W se?, and to nouo others. Therebe of ulway.s staud at the top of the A Shuck, Sheriff; for collection ; and the fore, reasoning, from this stand from 2sew York, tie great money market, aud he never failed du- County Judge and County Attorney were point, the conclusion would be center of the cou..isy. ft, ? 6 ring the many years ho lived at appointed a committee to examine old de that we are not to bo visited by Em Mince Meat, &c. Hickman to sell all he could make. linquent listA and select euch as they may any extraordinary flood this seltf If you wnnt some nice Cranberrie, This is a valuable industry, and deem proper to be placed in Sheriffs hands. asonthat is the causes do not yet Souse, and Mince Meat, go to exifit. The snow fall has been COI1JJTY LEVY. AND A GESKRAL LINR OF wi' hope to see his factory J. W. SOGERS. Ordered tbat the county levr poll tax very light iu the upper country, litre. for 1885, be fixed at $2.60 on each poll. and the floods if an., must bo causThere came near being a big Builders' ed by lain. If hoa and continu- Housekeeping Goods, COCBT HOUSE REPAIES. fire at latt Fiida. It was Two Utile Son. ous rain sets in, the flood is bound T. SI. French and W. P. Taylor, appointdiscovered in a closet in Boyd's 1. tZ DO.VT ABAEITI3I. 3 You are eordinlly invited to call an.l examine ti.eir slock of Cal and Wood Hentinc ed commissioners to superintend courto come in proportion. mill, and had eraiuod considerable Thr U 1 Und of The fact Slovr-- , Grates, Uc, all of which we will sell as low as is consistent with a legitimate miJ titter willing house repairs. that these execssivo rain falls have buiiiotss. headway, but was extinguished at A land most liletrs dear one Dante knew,f tint J Wbr. 'lob" itb dark rotm tnJIlcj, occurred lor three years in succomparatively small loss. Iu ead proration more, trow bound with rtf, It is a land pvopl.d hj wltI-COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS morult : cession proves that they may ocTiik Watchmaker, JJurJmgame, is at Compared with Muni th Virgin flro wer v!i5 cur a fourth, and so on: but, it is A full lino of the celebrated Charter Oak Cook Staves, at J. W. C0RMAA'&C0'8. Plaut Bros. & Co's. He Is a skilled work And it l Frit abOTe it gluonijr portalt; "V did not think it ld to nJTertU.." ' Hickman, Ky., Jan. 12th, 1885. equally true that it may not so man. 11. VI so. Council met- - Present. Mayor McCutchen, happen for ten years. These Geo. M. Wilbnrn, tho newly 7brreU i land that flow with milk and b'aej Councilmen Beckman, Frcncn, Moore, known causes, and no one beShetguns and Pistsls, at A finesUckaf Xot thn coodeuird nor the torgbeni 4tMin Kamage and WitiiuR. chosen city Marshal, many years Each duilr bura a gripisck with inonfj, J. W. CORMAN & CO'S. ing able to read accnratolv the Tbo minutes of the last meeting were lkind", coupon. tocka aud rarioua other fi!nt. ago lilled tlie position, and made IIkPI'J are elements as to future rains, brings Wit, hr a, at a good police otilcer and splendid Nor tour the drown high laDhtcriafitlir; ej: read, approved and signed. doth their the he only clear conclusion as to the ACCOUNTS ALLOWED For hettxr luck tlie.T hara no oort of wuhts; Keen JCutJer'ee, HaUhet?, Nalla. and Jlurb Wire, at collector. Wo believe he will do The putry' thetre the; Und to adTtrtlM. whole matter of floods, and that J. W. CORMAN & CO'S. Tho following accounts were presented, so again. IGorr'sIIaNDSooK. , that no one knows, and that no properly approved, and on motion, were no can know until the rain bela the ELlsht. Mr. Will Cheatham, of Union ordered paid. displayed led Id call and examine tho finest line of Scisors ever & The ladles are . '& jOu gins to fall, and then they can worivt J. W. Rogers hopes his friends can we City, was married, iu St. Lou.s CO'S. J. . CORMAS orci coal oil, &c, air warranted, at Hiekmnn. Eve 60 to reason intelligently by the better than ever, lhat he will furnb.Ii groMo., Monday. Jan. 12, 18S5,V to J. Witting, 18,95 It. B BreTard, sundries ceries at the lowest prices delivered. Miss JoKie IJainc, adopted daugh J. Westmoreland, guarding Nichols, 2,00 iiiionut aud continuation of the rains in the country above us. The new academy building un- cr of Major Geo. 0. J3iue, of S. Ji:o. Brown, " " 2,00 der construction for Mis Adel Louis. The happy bride wasjate, HEroRia APPROVEn. TnorsA-Dof Democrats hop-fAllen ib iua;ii.g compl lion. This areMdentof Hickman, and a great The City Clerk and Treasurer made P MANl'FVfTURrRP that Cleveland's inauguration excedei.t teacher, we learn, will favorite in society. Her liumcr-tJin- ; their reports to end of year, which were open her about tho of would be simpks and plain, after Kentucky acquaiutancesjwill approved. join the Couriek iu extending rOIAS COMPAItED. iebnmry. the fashion of Jefferson, when he d the Poll bek heart congratulations to thebap-'- y Tbe C'ty Clerk 5c Cioiks three for a dime, at Councilmen, rode to the capi'ol on horseback, 1 MOOKE & LANDRUM'3. ride and fortunate bridegroom. of the election for Mayor and compare the nitched his own horse, ami took proceeded to deserv-j.-i- r. and the Council Columbus has entered into a Tho aro both- worthy and same, whereupon, it appeared that J. W. ho ort'h of office; but tho Washand ma)contract wuii the .New Yoi k Wood- blessiugs attendHeaven's choicest C'owgill received the greatot number of them. have t:iku votes for Mayor; and for Councilmen. tbe ington committees en Ware Uouipauj' to secure the Kreatcst number of Tote 're cast fer II. charge of theafl'nir, and will make . location of their ttfetory- at that M- - French, B Moore, A Startling Discovery. U.lckman;-Tplace, and tho Times sus it is "no it the grandest affair in tho histoittnig. niid E. Mr. Win. Johnfon, of Huron, Dak. B. C. Hainagc, J. on motion they were declared duly ry of the country. We longer idle talk bat a reality." thas his wife had been troubled with writes would elected Mayor and Council for 18S5. A farmer near Union Cityrais acute Bronchitis for many years, and that prefer tha puro old Democratic ELECTION OFKICEIW. tried cave no permanent re cd 10 barrels of corn to the acre. all renr.edies procured a bottle of Dr. King't On motion, ordered that check be issued simplicity, with all the pomp aud lief, Until he .v. Lake county beats that; a New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, to the officers of the election (or tkeir pay. ceremony left ofT. iuuu living near this place, gather- aud Colds, which had a magical effect, and On motion Council adjourned. R. E. Millet, 0. C. ed 17 barrels per acre. Tiptoi.- - produced a permanent cure. It uguaran-tee- d A serious revolt of the laborto cure all Diseases of Throat, Lung, ville Star. XEW COUNCIL or Bronchial Tubes. ers in tho South Uend, Intl., plow . Representative Bonner, will TritJ Bottles Free at Fortuct'a Drug All the members of tbe new board being works is in progress, and ' the State present, the oath of office was odiuintstat at an early day introduce a bill in- Store. Large Size 51.00. military is called for. A desper ed by Judge Warren, whereupon Mayor to the Legislature, enabling the SOItE TKCTU T1XAIC POETRY. Cowgili took his seal, ana caned tne uoara ate attack of thestrikcrs resulted people of Obion couuty to vote jLH.jrA.kS. to order. upon the que&iioii of removal 01 In serious woundings, and some Aa a rale 8ALABIE3 FIXED. Mn'i a fool, the county seat to Union City. Wkfn it' hot, On motion, the Council fixed the salar- killed. DKAtl'.u i'A- Morton's Advance. lie wants It cool; ies of tie subordinate officers as follows: ffUn lt" cool. BZ.HOI.UTIOXH F lirjiWAT. He wauti It hot; City Clerk at 5100.00 and five per cent. Com is selling for 40 cent, Atwaja wanting Assessor, at SoO 00. FAINTS AND DFll-SWP- S, DRUGS, sacked and delivered at flickman What It'i not ; I'ulton I.oittc I. O. O. r. Tfo.SS. Treasurer, at SEO.00. Never liking depot, and 33 to 35 cents on bank. What he'i got. Tax Collector, at five per cent. So other produce being handled, I maintain. WiiKRRAt, It ha pleased Owl 16 remova OryiCERS ELECTED. As a rule, aud not much corn being deliver2IauV a fool. Whereupon, tbo Council proceeded to the irorn eanh our dear brother R. F. Thomas-- - LOCAL NEWS. I.., --The B l... t jM Flora VPVQ 3---- P. FORTUNE - - J CLOSING OXTT SALE. 'We Balance of our heavy Winter Goods, previous to Stock taking. are uetermiuuu iu reuuee our Hert-weck- 'g re-juc- y therefore we trftist sell cheaper than any other house id the city. Because we have the largest Stock and can afford to sacrifice what we do not wish to carry over. A full line of winter Goods, fresh and new at a sacrifice. Come and sec for yourself and supply your wants while opportunity favors you. Say m u 1 Tiaaie veeds OBITS rTT i I m n PLATJTBROS. & ft HURT! Oa, Iff. I3E-A.IjE51- " f i--- iLi-iciiaui- ipjtESCRiiP'r s a. STmciAXrY. '"?: C"WSB4, J Jlf7ioMade tlie -SOX - Loxot Prices ? l"t yj w j q wyPi, Jsyr. - faMag WEannounce ing to buy. of E Furniture ! to our friend nd the public generally, that we have just received itock of all kinds of Furniture, and solicit the t rude of (xirtiea wish We cai how all stylei of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine liui M k efe JH sa -- and Material "Vc propfse to moke our pnccn to suit the spirit of the tiints. You can rest inured house 'to look for cheaper goods. We propose to bell as love a you need never leave any retail Furniture aorc in the ''Purchase. Very rmpectfullv, JUTA tss4 W. i or wiu-rc- T.F. WILBURN &CO; JESJS.ore rooms in new Odd FellowB building. X6yAll kinds of Repairjngdone on Miort nolica, and rn a wc nre prepared to give special inducements aa -- werknianehlptyle. Ales bo-.ii- g jt Ilrcach-Uadin- g Contractors and Builders of Houses. . be-gi- n 4 S HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. d Our Stock is complete in all liucs Uooils nought ot us. and wo will sell very low an? l-- t. pre.-ente- Ca?e-An- d Hickman, Kentucky. DEY GOODS, SHOES, EOOTS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, CAEPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. WINDOW CURTAIN S AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QUEENSWrARE, GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH BLINDS, OIL PAINTS &a respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK before purchasing elsewhere. "We THE OLD RELIABLE A. IEOL.COMBE, j. mmi DEALER X3XT sons. Mlldi, ed at Ilickmau because of the furiously bud roads. The river is pretty fall at Hickman, and rising slightly; aud oulv lacks an average of about 4 feet to reach the overflow point. The rainy weather now prevailing in the upper country promises that much rise and more within the next tn days. Only a severe cold Bpell will prevent it. Tho new City Council, Monday night, elected the following officers, for the ensuing year: City Clerk E. 13. Millet. Collector. Geo. M. Wilburn. Marshal. Geo. M. Wilburn. Treasurer. W. L. McCutchen. Assessor. W. L. Gardner. The City Clerk was appointed a committee employ a City Attorney. Mr. Buckner and wife, of this city, who have beep spending the holidays at Ilickinan, Ky., with .u election of subordinate officers, which reB it Uoolctd That in his death wc have sulted in the following persons being unani.us aide! the Ioim of a most devoted mem-HBnchlcu's Arnica SMto. mously electod to their respective offices: of ourorler; member whose benefo TnE. Best Salve in the world for Cuts, City Clorlc R. E. Millet, enc generosity end faithfulticya to the Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Treasurer fiiincijiea inculcated by Odd W. L. McCutchen Fellowship Sores, Tetter, Cbappea Hands, Chilblains, Tax Collector nan wo G. M. Wilburn, iruinireii a uigu place in eur Cornr, and all Skin Eruptions, and po3i Awes3or W. L-- Gardner ove; nd diw death has left a sincere tively cures Piles, or no Pv required. It BTAKD1KO COMMITTEES. rtorruw in a'l our hearts. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Jletoivtd That in bin dalh, the commit Mayor Cowgili appointed the following or money refunded. Price 25 cento per and nity lia lost a repc-tecitizun; box. For Sale at MOOBE & LAKDRUMS. Standing Committees: E. Care, Chairman, lie cunty, a laiMituI omcur; and thef.tmip Stieet Comraitteo. and fitther 1, an aftrctiunate T. M. French, B. C. Kamnge. KljmcB'g Halter. ftctolverf, That in tuken of sorrow, we H. C. BecVman, Finance Committeeof mourning for thirty diiys; wear the On Christinas day at the resi- Cnairman, B. Moore, J. Witting. tiul if e Lodge room be Jraped in mourning. B. C. Ratnnge, Supt., Cemetery. dence of the bride's father four Oil City Derrick. -r iim.-fu- -- Z PRESCR 1PTIOJTS CARh7(Ti.Y COMPOUNDED! First Kngget. J. W..COWG1LL, I ! - miles north of Tiptonvulc. our young friend II. Clay Lewis and Miss Maggie Harper were happily tinned iu marriage, Kev. M. J. Ho.ified ofliciatinsr. The Star con- gratulates Clay upon his good fortune in winning so fair a prize. May they both realize a happy, long and prosperous life, without one 6iuglo cloud to darken tlieir T. V. "Wallace having failed to qualify and signified his intention not to qualify as City Marshall, on motion, the office of Marshal was declared vacant: and the Council proceeded to fill said vacency; and G.M. Wilburn being put in nomination, was unanimously eiectea .narsuaa unui next August election. properly approved and ordered paid. T. V. Wallace, jail fees, Jno. Wichols, S2.70. Tha following accounts were .presented, ACCOUNTS CITY MARSHAL. ALLOWED. journey. liptonville Star. COSTS TO BE COLLECTED. relatives and friends returned Schtjyleu Colfax, On motion, ordered th?.t the acccount week. Mr. home the first of the Nichols, be during Graut's Grst term, fell paid lor guarding Jno. to be collected placed from and Mrs. Judge, of Hickman, acin tbe Marshals hand companied them home. Charles- dead, at IMankato, Minnesota, him. BONDS REQUESTED. ton (Mo.) Courier. Tuesday, of heart disease. . On motion, all subordinate officers arc re Mr. A- - P. Scoggin, formerly quired to present their official bonds at next meeting, January, 20th. of our town, who has recently STIIA A CITY ATTORNEY. been engaged as salesman for the On motion, the Citv Clerk, was instruel- I Bros. & Co., of Hickfirm of Plaut ed to negotiate for a City Attorney, and rex i man and Dyersburg, has retired merting. ClotMnn, port at next REGULAR MEETINGS. from the mercantile business, aud We Mean will enter tho pursuit of agricuI Overcoats On motion ordered that this Council lture at the. home of his mother hold its regular meeting, beginning on every near Palestine. Troy Banner. Winter Boots. Tuesday, Jan. 20th, and motion alternate On Council Tuesday thereafter. Mr. T. P. Fortune, who has adjourned. Attest, t B. E. MILLET, C. C. been in the drug business many years in Hickman, left Monday, Our little ad. last csk stiting We learn that 11. S. Fleming, for Memphis, whero he proposes that we would close the balance of uplocating. He is an honorable, above goods at cost, was apprecia- pastor of the Ilickman Baptist right, conscientious gentleman, ted to the fullest extent by buyers. church, has been called to the aud fine business mau, and as such Many were the customers wsent charge of tho Baptist church at Lexington, Tenn., and will shortly we cordially commend him to the resign his position. His congregaMemphis people, and whilst re- avfay rejoicing. As we before stated, westill tion at Ilickman will regret to gretting to lose so worthy a citihave a few left, and you should not hear this. zen, wish hira abundant success miss the opportunity of a lifetime. in his new field. A town without a paper in As "the early bird catchesf the Sunday night last a fearfu worm,'' so will an early call from this live ago is like a wagon withcyclone passed through portions you give you choice of an elegant out wheels. If it is a humbug and waste of money for merchants to of STorth Alabama, demolishing stock at prime cost price. i great advertise, why is it that so many house, fences, and carrying trees' hundreds of yards in the ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. thousands of towns andiumore than tho civair. ftnniA npnnln wprfi killed, and a million of merchants Spelling match at Caldwell's ilized world keep up the delusion a hnrL Thol mv under theans- - and cheat on themselves from destruction of property was very Academy to vear: and have done so for inreatxoachinginto the thousands, pices oiiue uauies aiu aocicty. Aumission iu cents. fa century past. but no estimate is given. Vice-President PfilVUnii and . rrt KM-innRl- v I to-nigh- t, 1 1 In April he resumed his AHcaisal fofttfti lonrnoy. Ho bad a partner named Nick Kelly, after whom Kelly'B ravine is MEDICINiES! named, and in the company was "William Pronsc, now living in Nnrb City, about eaWtxif, 1'hal these he cprea forty miles eontneast of Salt Lake. ; ilmt a copy upon the miU'u- of our Lo-tProuso had worked in mines before gold ol them be prert'uted to the bereaved famiwas discovexed at Coloma, and was a good ly; and that Uey be published iu the Htck prospector. Ono day tho train stopped maii Couaitii. on the edgo of what is now known aa W. L. McCuTcnEN,"j TDILETiKRTIGLES Gold Canon, near tho Cexsoa Eiver, to Com. II C. Caldwell, let the onimalB feed on eome bunch grass J E Casefound growing near tho sage brash. &c &cr&o. &C, &C &C. Prouso, nt noontime, took a milk pan, A letter in tho Indianapolis and going down to the gulch began washNews says : "I venture to assert ing dirt, in ft few minutes getting color that Washington is the most beauto tho value of a few cents. Orr then Iting nightl.bell after ICf cAcIoa.-1- " CSfPrescriftions filled at any hour, day tiful and immoral city in the Uninamed the placo Gold Canon. Tho train y. soon after resumed travel, going to tho the annals of Parted States. head of Carson Valley. There they met is or Now York wore searched, a party of seven, who had lcfttlio tram there could scarcely bo found parat the sink ol the UnmnoiQi, inienuuig allelH of tho vicionsness and imto go in ndvanco to California and select morality of tho American capital." good locations for the remainder of tho party. They had been unable to exoea Heagau's intor-statcommerce the country, and had been loot in the bill passed the House of Repremow in tho mountains for four or five sentatives by the large majority of daye, unable to find tlie divido in Hager-tow1020 7S votes. The provisions A stay in Careon lor three weeks The old, popular and always reliabl6 Hardware house of of the bill make declaration by followed, when Orr, Kelly and soveral Congress of its powor over railretnrned to Gold Canon and reothers sumed prospecting. Kelly and Orr went roads. up the canon until a little fork was when work was beenn. Tlie Hon. John W. Daniel, tho most I party had few tools, and Orrliad nothing A Mexican Superstition. polished orator of Virginia, will was working nnue romrunm it nt tne mines ,out a knife. TVhilo Kelly " . deliver the address on tho occanear Taos, among the Mexicans wo met Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, sion of tho dedication of the Washbarv which are offered at ington monument at tho Capital Of eLrhtv vnfirs H,p mht !n- - slab ra slate rock. loiy no examinee iW a : nnd noticed .,.. small crevice near tho JLs : of the country. , .wue, iluu, iu as untuui hi, cjuv.ii times, buu i , n iviT,r, i ; i widow had at once put herself to the task elecIndications point to the ft banquet and in tion of John A. Logan as his own of preparing infrequency which should do i "".,?.1; awav tho honor to the the occasion. successor in the Senate from Illi This supper ia ono of thoofthings which a few minutes ho discovered a gold nugnois. Any other result is the slim-os- t must certainly receive tlie proper atten- get where tho rock had covered it It probability aud has about as tion in the event of death in tlie house of was quickly removed, and afterward and that the very lowest themarket justifies. AH goods guaranteed to to weigh $8.23. This was tha ft Mexican, though poverty requires tho found little chance as accident. be exactly as represented. 1st of June, 1850, just thirty years ago. ealeof the last thing in "the dwelling. Prospecting was continued, and though Dr. Carver announces that in About tho time of this "wake " we met throughfound two weeks he will attempt to shoot an aged Mexican, and while talking of dust wascanon, in several places only nug Orr's was the out the the occurrences of the night, lie 6aid 6,000 balls thrown into tho air, usIn his possession, has a most undoubting faith that the get. He stillfound it Nevada, ing a rifle and single bullet, in six withman In tbo first ever old who had recently died was now days. 0 burro; that ho himself could not live The members of a young ladies deSenator Vest, of Missouri, has much longer; that he as well oa his deceased friend should turn into a donkey. bating society in Troy have decided in been nominated by the Democrat- 1 queried The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed . d whether their present life was favor of long courtship. ic legislators for not considered harsh enough, that, they girls. Observation has taught them that The attention of guilders especially desired as this house will give sper confeo-- cial inducements Correspondence solicited. Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, tho must bo subjected to another season of there is wonderful falling-offo- f unease, to ueaung ancrtieaui m tho uons, balk, cjirii.4ju-riui;- 3 mm opera great litigant, died, in JTow Orr body, hj tho fMind el U Qonkey. Cfcr. when cpnrtship ends and the stem ab leans, last week. t TroyTimei. ities of married life begin. at Salt Lake. 1 - If o Dnck and Trout. a cmntlfimnn was nncUnR m tne i ho ncci- mflldam bolow Winchester, dentally threw his line across ft Btrong j white duck, which, aaddenlr turning round, twisted tlie gut nround her own nock, and lixcd the Uook oi tuo aroppcrfly in her own breast. Thui entangled and hooked, eho soon broke off tho gnt above the dropper, and Bailed down stream with tlie end of tho fly trailing behind her. She had not preceded far before a trout, of about a pound and a half, took tho fly effectually. Then commenced ft straggle as extraordinary as ever was witnessed a duck at tho dropper, and a largo front at tho end of the fly. "When over the trout exerted itself, tho terror of tho duck was very conspicuous; it fluttered ita wiugs and dragged tho fish. When tlie trout was more quiet the duck evidently gave way, aud suffered herself to be drawn under Bome bushes, whero tho shortness of the gut did not allow the trout to shelter himself. Tlie duck's head wa frequently drawn under water. By chance, however, the gut got across a branch wliich hung downward into tho water; and the duck taking advautngo of the purchase which this gave her, dragged her opponent from Ins holo and obliged him to show his bead above water. Then it a contest of life and death. Tbe trout was in its lat agonies, and tho duck in a very weak state, when the gut broke, and suffered them to depart their own way. Sporting Magazine. ! Ixj-ca- ... & HeTncla,i! Keroda's first nugget wae minedi "wlft butcuers Knuo. Jonn urr smrtea ocroes tho plains in l&iO. Tho toads were bod, tho weather was woree and ba no AV1vfw3 33HTJGS, PATENT Trusses AKD to ntvt nin f hvnn ffh fTlA TCrnf" USTEW HOME .a.3:d SEWING MACHINES! PAINTS JTX &BLI3. n. 1 .t. Gxn,i -- theater i, .,-la fHiPrID. ... .l Zoti .i; PRICE ROOFING. 7 t. Level-heade- n. I j RB. BREVARD. SW!."- - it r -l 9 -- :vsr c ?- - -- - . - " . t "Lva ujgLJiaag feU JStTtWSCS p""v VL- m- ... '- icH ' f ii fty,-reyjg- i f-i i& THBECKHiH COURIER, tessjesskesisawk. Gov. Riil('n 1 u TsiE STATi: NKXATUlt.SKll'. OMr.lpiiri-.'IiuioiieivrromcOIilf2r mujjjuj J The VVtio Tte E Jtt YA' A KIT BUS. .ly-gonc- The bloody fight in New 0rj. FKESH EEEh coi.Mimily on lap. CI- coiiM'dt lubur sis wofkedrin fill the vacant chair of the lamentnrsnnil Totiaccu, of the best brand. The Carlisle irercurv'very a Dtly city, in which Phelan, an Irish Patronage solicited. 8iiy iho liicoiuinj: Legislature wnl.thc main prison is in competition ed Vaughan. In looking over the dynimiter, was assassisot 14-- tf deal with J with honest mechanical labor in eligible men in the district, 31 r. "Lave something: moro to HCXWAN, thaiittlic mere question of prolnV tho State. It is ascertained by Georgo Warren, of the Hickman nated, is bringing to light some of KENTUCKY Courier, stands prominently be- the inner workings of the Irish bition, and Biiustc that the new reference to the books of the members be prepared to consider' tentiar.v that the bulk of the furni-th- e fore our eyes as a suitable and n dynamiters, and is causiug a great ATTEND TO W1U. !rusuil to their ALL BUSINESS V. ing man for the place. Mr. condemnation matter of handling a debt of,' tnre mannfaetured is shipped out among ail classes J.Ucj Fjiruitire Factory.care. nliont one million of dollars. oftlio State, and henecibccoinosn v arren is tho veteran editor of A8S-'J- 8 While w linrJlv think the bnr- -' our"0 of revenue to Iho State. the district. For twenty-liv- e years of civilized people against tins aorrcut, it is; never-- j Ti:0 average .yearly manufacture ho has been in tho newspaper class of Irish agitators. There is den will be the main prison is business, and, we believe, editor an earnest and theloRS apparent that" the" nioncr! of WPTS feeV0 space to name nil articles, but bo DR-nnestimi will be an important one, nliont l.,000, of which about 1,200 of the Courier most of that tim ling of sympathy for the Irish pco-pi- c trooils. W E. MORRIS- - nndomeroulilf to show the l. ' nnd sec, at corner f Troy aid that the question of tr.kinjr Itre Kolt! through a Nashville agent He is a true Democrat and ha6 alin the United States, but such PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON and Moscow Avenue. East Hickiar, Ky care of the convicts will enter!'11 Tennessee and Kentucky, ways been faithful to the correct I largely into it. The last Assem - v.:m:i, equally divided, swomu oe principles of his party. Every work as these dynamiters propose IUCKjQy, KY.. w vuuxicx-maii- e Tragowb measure looking to the advantage is destroy ing this feeling of lilv thought it had practically set- OlfeM till nrnf?nt,l in ifir iled the penite ntiaiy matter, but so"1 annually m Tennessee, m vai-i- v of this country has had his sup virinitj. Can citixetisf Ujclmau andirrttr! and turning it adversely t0 - uc amounting to $22,500. whereas, port. Through the long years of be found Fortine mi offort made I the commissionDrug Store. ers of the sinking fund to carry! 1,Par 1400 are sold throughout Kepuuliean misrule and oppres- tho Irish cause. 25cts Ltwer HiantU elEcwea out the provisions of an enact- - j tlu? States .from New lork to Tex-me- sion yir. Warren has stood up for Tho object of the dynamiters is RR tuK becoming a yearly means B. FjO'MNIEL, for the relief of that institv- the right and plead for tho ascen- iyr the use of this terrible agom d., 1 huve no clerk fijinhS8 n (tare eu of bringing into the .State the dancy of Democratic principles. to strike terror to the English peo tinn nnlv develoned a and pnj cash fcrlll u.jr Grccsm, b& IjIS PROFESSIONAL SEIt therefore can sell as cl,ap as tfc" tied state of public feeling, and. liir.C sum s of $000,000, tise bulk of No man of his age has done more pie, and force the Eugiish GovOFPEES to the cuizeus ot liickn.aa and at. Best cbp :.... .. i .cii.. brands oi Witttntarg ubi .oa nmuu loft tho inference that tho people ,.i.:..i. nui-- Jiiiu iUQpOCKClS OI LUC for his party and for the dovelop-me- t Ticinitjr.f Flour, Zu cents chuuj r than the low Mar would rather bo taxed to support people for lumber and wiges. Thus of the country than he. Ha ernment to the liberation of Irf. Office Cosier room in Laclede House. JOHN VrmiJJO. tho convicts than to have them the leaso system pradieally be- has never sought office and has land. Phelan's exposures show comes a constant and efficient never had oven a nubbin from tho that they propose doing this by hired out. $2 60 to $35. Double barrel ;,.. i ,, f. srw.l 4li.. I'..... 41.... 41 .. ' - . rtJ rtM'lllnr What to do with tho Kentucky source of substantial revenue to public crib. His modesty has ......... 6 lilt uhii.u ni oi-'- ) j;m:ui- - honor their memory, by giving Breech loading Guns, for $13.60. Cham, .tl "! " hundreds of laboring iscn in the pion Single barrel for SALE AhDLrVERY STABLE eouvicts is a knotty question. lumber districts thrmihoiit the kept in the background. He is ment buildings, palaces, bridges, something to rear a suitably and $10. Powder, Shot, Shells, audGuns, ImPHYSHAH a;;d surgeon, Ouu houost and competent, and his enduring monumont that shall plements, cheaper than erer. The State authorities, attempted j state, besides otherwise benefit long residence among lis, and his railroad depots, &c. In tho doij u,mrk KENTUCKY MCKMAXv under existing lawp, to hire the ting general trade in. the circula- thorough knowledge of the affairs of those torrible deeds thousand lh? SV? .whor? u'o5r as,.,e8 I subjoin a circular, which KENTUCKY STREET"" convicts out for work in the mines, tion and investment of accrued of our estate, make him a goodi and thousands of innocent inof. louly Kl,0.g Jt0 olject 'of thc rror!.alonM Services It earnings.. SojMo'njJcBsage. constantly on hand, fur Ur man for Senator. To send .Mr. women ami children, are to he not JtmtAbe miners, backed and sympa heeitiiens of Hickman aud vicinity KEEPS sale Association, but silso contains a One can hnrifJy rculiztrjiimt tiio Warren to tho Senate for tho bal- killed, jhalG-18thized! with by thousand? f citi. and such doings coud not list of members, any one of whom "wttoeo, HUUUIK3 andHAOJfR. ance of tho term would be 'laving purclianod Ii auble. fccren reus, uiaue sucn lunous protest, Governor of a great Slato could poor recompense for his longbut a be tolerated in times of war much .wlu t:ike ph'ure in giin? all the serJ"u entire outfit Of W. . l'lutUlM $L that the contractors refused to re- be brought to such a selfish and vice to the party.- - May field Mon leas in peace u, civ,,,, 3ven, Kto "propose to continue the fcwluti, and 0. Ii. R A JS D L E solicit palrouage' new their contract, and tho State humiliating confession,oven by itor, Jan. 0. ,nents- jtake tho liberty of asking the pa- was unable to obtain a bid for the way of apology for employing From Fultoa VHllonian. When Phelan was asled why pers in tho dis.r ct that aro friend- ATTORNEY AT LAY cheap convict labor against hon convict labor. This throws them est home mechanics, nnch less to The Fultonian endorses the this work was proposed, ho re- ly to the causo to give this at least one insertion. back on the State, without any make it a matter of con 'ratula above, and all that would be nec- plied : BARTER GROCERY. Very Respectfully, Collector, Real E3tate Agent' "Oh, just to get up soue exciteadequate provision for their em- tion that his adminiitration had essary to insure Mr. Warren's A. U. lioON'E R. J. ii. MON7GO.MHKY. olectiou would bo his consent, as ment and scare England a little" tClltlD- ployment, and of course they have displayed ces to bis and the teblia thai HICKMAN, KY. the wonderfully sharp there is no man in either county Tho Captain also described tho iti. HH8 ttiBUoil anew atJ to he fed and maintained at the state craft of shitting ninety per that is more popular and would mechanism of Nlitlnii HoiiiitnrHla! AMsocint Jon. rr.k .....! t ull kiuils .,f Family GuockniM, bieL Lo EST Will attoniJ promptly to BH tU9, The cent, of tho burden,, liumiiiation fill the position with more dignity Tho machine isthe deady battery. At a meeting of the Shiloh expense of the simple but works lll sell as Ion as- lb lr.tet He Is lea-d- y ne33 entrusted him in Southesieri satisfaction than friend with fatal precision. It consists Monumental Association, hold at Call and examine our stock of at nil limra t Carlisle Mercury, no doubt, over- and disgrace, resulting ?rom such and ftent"ci) and Northwestern TcnneBseo Groetrits Having been a resident of a reservoir of acid which drips Shiloh, Nov. 17, 1S81, the follow sup-- . convict competition, on to the George. ,wil;iub f'j l'ultrr, EKpe, CbickB. ai Special attention given to the investiga estimates tho cost of their r ing persons were elected members i of Fulton county for a J ,uu 01 marKtllun ibal tlt fat talng friendly sister States liou op Land titles, and tbo pHrchase port, but it will tun omit to thous- New York, &c, thus o'Kentucky, a century, and being in quarter of upon a tube enveloped in sheets, of the xissociation: taieof Real Eatate. a position anting and fjanf intaus iuny i.rini- in. Tu bl;Lo?t mar paper. a min-kcl pllci uiHjn aid' ands of dollars annually, and wiM outraging the geueromliud mag- to have clearly observed the de- of tissue the acid It takes through SaiMiifc! Frnner, T'atUeHh, Kjr, 1!6 to 60 cents per pair cheaper than can to eat ute for J..M. .MONTGOMERY & fiRQ. Capt Henry A. Tv!r, HtekraiH, Ky. be feund in town. ultimate in a debt of several mill- nanimous spirit of intoiitate com- fects of the counties, we know of each sheet of paper. In this caso IUn. A K iWm.h Mnjfiet.!, Prices on Game Traps reduced, Erery- - DIOKXAN MARBLE WORKS ions, unless checked by tho adop- merce as guaranteed b.utho Fed- no one who could remedy the one hundred and twenty sheets' J..fl UrEr-t- h Murray, K.Kr. ming in stock to be sold oh small margin. eral Constitution. Gjf. Bates evils better than him. George, were wrapped around too tubo. I!r ue Ediiiugrt, KiiltiMt. Ky. systion of some Give us a call. YT well knows that Kon.ncky and we are with you if you will give When the last sheet is eaten Dr. Ltiien .e, Ky. . HICKMAN, KY. tem. If JI1JSB&SH.IW flan. Kity IVart-e- Uuian ily, Tenn us the wink. the otherStates are estopped by through he acid runs down the There is no denying facts, based the Federal Constitii ion from "tsrr? - SI- tubo and upon the percussion can on actual experience in other protecting their honest, Tree mebeneath, and then the explosion.! iho object of tho Association The Iitt uialv of tb The May field Monitor urges the The machine is noiseless and al- - ,s t0 raise money to erect a mon:;-moii!LiafB States, that as a matter of busi- chanics, from the ruinoil1 compeDEALEU 13 ('(ilun.liut tition brought about bj his con-w- claims of Editor Georgo Warren, - mcnt to tho memory of the South infallible in its working torAro Hint antl I)ojj Property? ness and financial consideration, cheap labor; but two are of the Hickman era Soldiers who fell at Shiloh in Tho man who keeps up with the the leaso system is far more eco- proud to believe that for mere State Senate toCourier, for tho riblo injury. represent the of the "Lost Cause." Send decisions of thc courts must needs Itamah and Ausiwcan Maruki e Speaking of himself, tho nomical in being no burden on tho economic advantages, Kentucky counties of Hickman, Fulton and tain said ho was a dynamiter ontU!("i,,y i: registered letter to Stun keep his eyes State treasury, but on tho other ians at least, would not finis boast Graves. If wo may step over the and out, belonged to'thc Irish Na- - u,l chambers, Shilohville, Hardin has recently aud ears open.in It M0NUMHN7S, TOMB AND GRAVL been decided a Kept fur na!e, nt a Uf:o at tb Divcey hand is a source of substantial of burdening and liunulUtusg Ten line, we'll second the nomination. tional Society, and was obedient (County, Tenu., or money order, Kentucky court that a dog is not STORES. nessee free labor. Tho Governor Ho would be a crodit to his con- to their call, having participated, imjnuio at uonntn, .miss profit to tho State. For instance, says that of tho 15001 property and that an indictment WKlSil'AkKER wagons stituents and to thc State. J. P. Atkins. Secretary in many of their plans for terrorfo.' tho larcenous taking of a cathe lease system is in practical manufactured in tho Tanuessee fine lot Amor goes without the saying that izing tho English Goveriiuietit. Wo omit the elected members nine creature is therefore void. HAVING received aMarble, 1 ofam pre operation in the State of Tennes- penitentiary; only GOO arc sold in weIt Uiitian FKHe determined to return to Liver- not in this immediate In Tennessee a canary bird, val- p'irel to fill all ordera. Call and esamint. would appreciate the honor of section. see, tho convicts being hired out Tennessee 14,100 to othtr States: ued at 41."3, was stolen. In the ur work being a State Senator, or thc hon- pool and save the Queen, in order to protect the lives of a hundred to tho Tennessee Coal, Iron and and that all the furnitire made or of being favorably Order from the countrj promptly lower court the indictment was mentioned people who would sail on the next 31 Y Si A CIjAEtK GAI2TS3H. therein is sold to othe mayC quashed on tho ground that the Kailroad Company, and .are work- thus arguiag that but Uttt States, of the by such competent judges as wor- voyage. Many of those were his bird was not subject to larceny. ed chiefly in mines. Tho Govern- ruinous competition of cenvict la Slirrclt tii Use Xntftl KnrOr Tho Attorney General took the thy to represent so respectable a own countrymen, men, women aud JlUIRfl i.lllKHUt, or of Tennessee in his mossage to bor falls upon Tennessee. What people in such children going to join their friends ease to the Supreme Court of the an honorable posia magnanimous spirit tovard sis in America. the Legislature compares the eco.. Oi . State, which reverses thc Conn tion. In this instance, wo esteem iihuiiibilfi, .Myra Clark Gaines, the heroine nomic operations of the two sys- tor oiaies, wno in tno generous below, and decides that a domestno organic law of a com tho commendation of tho Courier of tho celebrated Guinea case, and ticated canary bird is property. spirit oi tbt 2I.tJ55FtJS.. H'JT SL.Y. tems, and ho says that while the mon couutry and acommcubroth as highly who died in New Orleans Fridav, The as the personal complinow arises whother convicts were worked inside the eruood, open wide their d;ors to ment, for wo do know that the EujtmrruMmieiit or n Youiii wwio ' tuo Slighter of Diiiiicl Clarkt it is question Uottor, the law. BOOT U !!. i iltijiitua iiuiiuiuisnl uepreseuiaiive in uon- penitentiary they were an annual lennessee, without let, hinunwee Courier has tried, these 25 years, be. a Tonuesspo gross ot Louisiana, and the richest to Kentucky bird-dog- . canary UTrtI of ft or price, honoring Tennessee free Louisville shoe expense to the State of $111,270.07, Ifihnr a 'lmmri to be faithful to the interests of From th Sau 7rtne!i.-- Cl.runiclr man in the State at the time of his nti nniml tm-i., , , , I n .w v.. w.t. bl..llh3 UlkU IIUU1U Times. Tk. tfee nuuu unuoi mu ui imj Iabm.i True each anUoverj gjae our homo people and to the DemSHOP North Wont wirncr of Moscow The most amusing thing is to death. .Mrs. Gaines was not in- and Tn.y Atvuum Eiu.t 1.11 .. ;liiiiii:ii :iiiiiiii is at liberty to adopt the selfish poli . ..... ........... i:iiiii .ii.i. ninii-in- . j ocratic party. The unexpired Sen- watch a man go in to buy an on - j formed of her parentage until the in :cl!& !c!wrf)i KiuMhisu unil ev"$u' iufacLoa fiUiirauietsl.H.ckmau, Ky., N C. & 1. L. fry. was a grown woman. As soon as cy oi which me xennessee Gov is 6101,000, thus making a saving Aprii.v '. Sb Trnv atorial term is too short to afford gagement ring for his sweetheart.; kIio knew this she began ernor boasts; but is it right? Is it is modest. IIo feels that tlie her case lie each year to the of Tho laet mail from Japan conany great opportunities or remu- store clerk will suspect that ho is the recovery of her fatiter's right use the Xo same economic ery to capital powerful machin tains the news that the Buddhist $215,270.07. The and of a great State to neration, and therefore not spe- engaged if ho does not take care. property. This case is probably priestu of Kiotr. have held a meetadvantages are proven by experi- create gigautic monopolies - to cially inviting if to bo reached He believes that the faintest sug- - the most extended and eompliea-gestiothe pending ence in other States; but there crush out the lesser enterprises of through long, heated scramble of what he really wants is ' tod litigation on record. It was ing to condemn people and strife a between their thc are great and potent objections to tree labor and individual industry, for the office. The Courier has tantamount to disclosing the name commenced fully half a century Christians, and paseri resolutions istal of the girl and all about their de- ago, and has been begun anew declaring that an inquirv should the hiring system, chiefly that it and especially when tho free laGall on nearest Ticket Agent, seven times even before the Suconcentrates tho poison of cheap bor ot tho State is taxed to furn- said, and believes, that it i3 too votion. H. O. premo Court of tho Stuto four be instituted into tho principles of Or Address convict labor on one neighbor- ish tho capital to build un and early for candidates, but that it is "Will you let me look at some Christianity, times, and before the Supreme adoption in with a view to its (DAVIS" OLD STAND.) hood or county, thus virtually con- operate these giant monopolies full time for the discussion of the rings?" A. Y. Stpvena lien of Buddhism in Conrt of the United States twice, 'Certainly, sir." demning such county as a penal for their own destruction. Other matters which properly concern Pass. Agt., LUla, Tr., or case it should be found a better Ml kinds of A pilo of male rings is laid be and is before that body colony, and the consequence is States can manufacture wagons, '. a., rjrrt.sv. was forthAlmost every prominent lawyer religion. A committetoEurope to that tho locality where tho ecn- - furniture, &c, with cheap convict the next Legislature, and incident- fore him. He pretends to examG. P. & T. A., Nksbrllle, Tenn. with appointed to go STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES tractors want to carry on their labor, just as largely and just as ally men thought capnblo and wor ine them critically, but tho expres- from Daniel Webster and Charles study Christianity in its cradle. FRITZ. IIELLNER, T. Agt HickwAa. O'Conor down has been employed work, rebels; and for these reas- cheap as Tennessee, and may be thy the positions. Tho Courier sion on his face tells that he is a bouse, at bot Muallj kept in a .n O'er True Tiilc. ons, with others, the people gen- driven to it, unless the States can in directing public attention to quietly wondering how on earth in it, and fortunes have been exoui prices. he is going to got a lady's ring un- pended in carrying it on. When Krsra Lnuivi.i Drmwrat. erally oppose tho hiriug out sys- be brought to agree to a common the approaching lcigslative con- der the pretense of bit ing one for .Mrs. Gaines was married to Gen. TAO, tem, and most of tho States re- policy for the care and working of There never was a time when FAXCr CAM DIES, UD T, 1'll.KLIb fuse it, and condemn it. To work convicts. This is probably the tests has been impelled only by a man. They are passed in review. Edmund Pendleton Gaines, who Democrats had moro need of a gained such a great reputation strong nowspaper press than now, the convicts inside tho walls, at only solution of this vexed ques the fact that our Stato taxes are Ho selects none. He walks over GliJTS PACKET UOMJJtr, COMPANY. during tho war of 1S12, his im- and there never was a time when CRAXJtEMlES, mechanical trades, brings them in tion. It may be an economic ad- increasing, and tho hope that free to another caso mense fortune of $2"0.000 was ex- Democratic newspapers had a vantage for Tennessee to throw discussion and a scrntizing attenconflict with, honest mechanical "What aro these?" 3CC "8J & 3C& . pended in court charges and law- harder struggle to pay expenses '"Oh, these are ladies' rings." labor, but it is argued is more gen- tho burdens of her cheap convict tion by the press and people, eral in its competition, and does labor on Kentucky and other "But won't they do for gentle- yers' fees. Mrs. Gaines obtained and live. Maiy of them will bo SoapM, &v, Memphis, not hit one people or one industry States, or vice versa; but it is a might discover the cause, and ap- men as well? 1 rather like that innumerable judgments, but every obliged to suspend if they do not Mtsgur, t'oifecs, cent ot money she got went to the speedily receive a more liberal so directly. Gov. Bate, in the selfish, illiberal and ungenerous ply the remedy. The fault, if any, pattern." rSVillB0t be undersold. very message wo refer to, makes policy, and will not bo submitted unmistakably, rests with the Leg"Certainly," blandly answers lawyers. As for tho defendants support. Payment of subscrip- - Will payTull price for Dutter, Eggs, 4c in the case, all wore ruined by the tho selfish confession that of tho to. Eacli State will be forced into in their expendi- the clerk as she shows thorn. be- most protracted litigation ever tions due and the securing of newJAMES W. GAFF, length the young fellow subscribers is tho proper and elll- 215,000 wagons manufactured by the employment of convict labor islature, eithor AXIT BACH. At CONS MILLER, VINT SHINKLg Teunessee convicts, only GOO are in such competing industries, or tures, or in defects in our revenue gins to try them on his finger. He known, except tho City of New cient remedy. i GRANITE STATE. Two years ago Mrs. sold in Tennessee, thus generous- all abandon tho policy, and adopt and taxation system, or both. If never picks up one that will go Orleans. (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) VES EVERY SUNDAY and TOURS Gaines obtained judgment in tho a common system. ly, (!) magnanimously, (!) patriotiA dry goods merchant of Ten the people have, or are to receive, anywhere near the joint even of LEA at 5 p. m., for Cairo, Louisville United Court hero against derfoot City, A. T., has inserted cally, (!) shifting the burden of advantages from his little linger. Tho impassive the city States sum exceeding corresponding and Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati for a cheap convict labor on his neighhas tumbled long ago and TIJA.T KE.SIUJ.-ATZOthc following advertisement in the with Rtilroadv and Stealers for this increased taxation and in- clerk him unobserved in his trying This case is now on ap- local paper. "We have the durn-deleave bors of Kentucky, Texas, &c, who Gov. Cleveland sent the,follow-in- g Sastsrs, Weta asi Pcials, debtedness, it may bo all light ; on process. None seem to fit. At peal to the United States Supreme ho says, buy 14,100 of these conlot of Al goods ever seen in ' to tho Legislature: ' Giving through tickets to all points ChiCourt. Tho entire litigation has this divide, and can bust any suoo-ze- r vict wagons. This is a fraternal but, if not, it should be checked. lost, after a lot of thought and cago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, New Albany, Executive Chamier, Our idea is for the Democratic trouble, he selects one, has it cost not less than $2,500,000 in Bpirit of His Excellency, and who tries to dispute it. Hitch York, Washington City, Philadelphia and (Kk Isahhiturc : I wrapped up, pays his money, court charges and other legal ex- up the old boss and come and see should bo answered with decision Jan. o, 1S35 To Roston. East, North and Western tourj hereby resign the office of Gover party to apply any needed reme scoots out of the shop, and if any- penses. by Kentucky and the other States. us. The best saloons in town are C0NRECTI0NE8IES. ists will find La Bella River route safe, dies, and not to await an independ- body wero to follow him thoy'd .Mrs. Gaines always managed her within a stone's throw of our esdelightful and economical. One idea that is engrossing tho nor ot the State of New irork. i Rates by this lino cheaper (has any Geover Cleveland. ent movement by tho people for find him measuring the purchase own caso with great pluck and tablishment. Wo have rausacked attention of the public just now, other first class route. Meals and state' ESTK.1YKI). wisdom, and won her points by the world to get tho finest goods, How could Cleveland hnvo said the relief. by a ring that sticks on tho nail is the working of convicts on the Baggagt cheeked through. Taken up,-tstray, by A. J. Wliippel, rooms free. nr ers public roads; but, we can Imrdly less, and where was there any use when ho tries to got it on his fin- her extraordinary pertinacity. She and we aro bonnd to please." lining one mi Soutli of Dyersburg road tri gtSf Posseline, ascan rely on a splendid often appeared beforo tho bar herger. soe that this is practical certain- of saying jxsxsk K::cTia:f.iE.ia3. p by this the steamers aro all single word' more? self and pleaded her cause. It is Judge Simrall decides that the and three luils from Hickman, Ky-- one first class, having been expressly built ly it is not without objections One Clarkson, member of the injunction restraining the officers Hoan Cow, aixDr seven yeans old, marked for the accommodation of passengers. most men, in laying down generally believed that with her Some of tho counties have adopt True, Tho Bankruptcy Blli. with under hal crop in each ear, ana ap the great office of Governor of a Republican National Committee, WanhlRRton SjvecUI death tho case will fall through of tho Knights of Honor from re- praised atlwelty dollars fT Each steamer carries a full string ed the local taxation system of U. W. LIGHTBURNE, band. p. f. a of making tho most It is understood that the house and some compromise bo accept- moving the Supremo Lodge's J. J. W.piCKIXSi keeping up roads, and it is said, great State to assume the still has the glory General Freight and Ticket Agent books and papers from Kentucky complete ass of himself of any man committee on judiciary will not ed by her heirs. want cheap convict labor to carry greater office of No 7 Monroe street, Memphi8,Ten- ! I For Snle. President, would Mrs. Gaines was a woman of docs not restrain Breckinridge on those improvements, but there nave Clarkson, Sr., is one make an eftort to reach the bankundergif ned has for sale alout thirThe indulged m several columns in America. from applying tho money in his high qualities and of strong are not enough of such counties, ttafa, all ingood of the Fann- ruptcy bill on Tuesday next, the lect antl great, generosity. intel hands to the payment of death ty double school table, and re? Ftation condi of the seats, to employ the convicts. If they of closely written matter, talkin She tinn. a tcaclitr'!' day set apart for the consideracan be apportioned to the coun- loudly of great measures with ers National Congress, aud de- tion of business presented by that was an enthusiast about her case, benefits as they become due. The all of which' will be sold for less than half and counted on accomplishing members of tho order will be I rice, for cash or good note. ties, and the counties want them, which they had been or were to clines to pennit Iowa fanners to committee. Tho committee is 'CO. CALDWELL. XiiasriE to abandon the bank some great feat with tho money pleased at this decision. and can bo made ii. be connected, but it seems to be be represented at the New Orf oven without profit, it might bo The Eev. H. A. M. Henderson, leans Exposition on tho grounds ruptcy bill upon this occasion forisho would get from it PACKET COMPANY any well to encourage such improve- Cleveland's rule to accomplish the that reason former Superintendent of Public the lives of Northern people theon rrv mat ... eitort to reach .1 o .i j i .1 Only fiecsMfc. (UNITED STATS3 HAIL ) thing desired in the plainest and ments. u.uc5u;iy uuuiu ileau to a now a Instruction in Kentucky, is From TXig Sifting. aro not safe in the South. This in it most direct way possible. Hence, contest which would fruitlessly nastor of a church in Jersey city. JOHN A. SCUDDER, President. Sam Oppenheimor of San Anto- The New York AVorldsays that ho face of the fact that daily thou- consume tho day to tho exclusion Gen. Grant borrowed $150,000 when the time came for him to reJOHN P. KEISER, Superintendent. nio, was one of the passengers on lmR come out as an advocate of DEALER IX f of Northern of all other measures which it is TllEO. I. ZEIGLER, Sec'y. and Trea. from Vauderbilt. Vanderbuilt sign the great office of.Govrnor, sands aud thousands the San Saba stage that was robto and fro in all oxpected to get through under the bed a fow weeks ago. "Shell out cremation and writes beautifully sued him, aud had Grant's prop he simply said so in as few. words people arc going LINE of boat UNS A special order. It is likely, thereof "the rosy glow of the crema, and any parts of the South, in- fore, that the Bankruptcy bill will your money, or off goes tho top tory." from St. Louis to Mempbis, and a erty sold to pay tho debt, bought as possible, and quit. to viclta- vesting their money in the South, fail to receive further considera- of your head," remarked one of in. weekly line from at. AXD AH), it in, and immediately attempted burg. Senator Bock reported a bill for the robbers, holding a pistol un Oppose Elsiiiglng. tion at tho present session. The carrying on business, GOING SOUTH. to give tho whole amount to Mrs. der Sam's nose. "Threo hundred a revenue commission of senators Seines, line, Hooks, and all'kind Governor Hill, of Non-- Vm-fc- . - &c. Clarkson, fils., says he bill could be passed if reached in dollars wash all I got, so help mo and representatives to investigate of Kets, Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuesday . . ' wishing Tackle and Supplier, at a bar.1 - .1 Tl'lin lino innl r. .. .. ,, Grant. Grant first refused, then the regular order, but the fact that sckiuriny grashus." "Hand 'em and report on tariff duties. The gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen- nights, Thursday nights and Saturday tad to flco fiom ? Sunday, Vicksburg accepted, and finally Mrs. Grant 5s okss-ss?snights. boats, bills precede it on seventy-nin- e j be Wednesdays and Fridays. made a suggestion to the .WisM-- i keep from being, killed on accomit the calendar of bills on the speak Over." Sam did so, keeping back idea is to get in a shape and win- erally. peremptorily refused to accept j5fi. GOING NORTH. "What are you keeping them ready to do something next ture hhis anything in any shape. Hurrah universal messajre that Apzovtok of political opinion. The Mayor er's table makes the outlook very $G for?" mildly required the rob- ter. The commission is to bo Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuesday attention. Tho prescitizens of Richmond say discouraging. nights, Friday nights and Sunday nights. for Mrs. Grant. ber, pressing his pistol against composed equally of both parties. ent mode of executing criminals and Glnrkson, fils., lied; and we Vicksburg boats Mondays, Wednesdays, Sam's head. "Mine Gott, don't by hanging," ho says, "has come that Texas is being overrun with neand Saturdays. Mr. Blaine will not have his yon let a man take out two per groes from Kansas thc same who Clarkson, the Mayor. Memphis boats Steamers City of The ITuited States Senate was down to us from the dart-- nrrna believe A second volume of "Twenty years cent, von he advances money were "refugees" from the Sonth-or- n Ste. Genivieve and JohaB. Maude. Anrrorrail 4li?n w'An!" in o Ytr1rtti'f and it. may well be questioned fils., now says that St. John, the Vicksburg boats Steamers City of Keeps in,stok the very Best Material, a few years ago. Pov candidate for Presi of Congress" completed until mitont securities?" asked Sam. Providence, Belle, of ., Gen. Sherman- - whether the science of ll,e present hubbnb about the "n rr means for. temperance to sell out to f ilfi he about thefir8t of next May. He It is said that Oppenheimor erty Statescold are driving them and keep"" ohlyjtbe beBt workmen. Work .City of Cairo, CityMemphis, Gold Dust; and offered .y?cai ,noK Prorid0 of Greenville tat . guarac eel; Repairing solicited is at present engaged upon the T.t vu ,i0o,i taking the life of such ;is are con. dent . .lit aaiviu frvui twi. lliltti vi publicans, nnd St. John says that reconstruction period which fol- once lived in Hickman, and that back in tbo direction of their old City of victsbure. i bo demned to die in a less barbarous! Clarkson lies, and wo beliove St. bury the dead, and it is the voritablc one referred to. home?, lowed tho rebellion. ! manner." John. Trunk fort JTMiuan. agi-tatora- y The Outlet Question." Now let us inquire vbnfloa Jk i to1 wlmtJcx-en- t The people district must, next August, eloct some one to the State Senate to of this Senatorial TTiieirltSaehitttTy aiirf st..... " They Work. le' de-so- long-continue- d ; 1 ". sym-path- y, nt verv-unset- i cent meeting of the Association, I was elected a member of the "Shiloh Monumental Association." I accept the honor with pride, and take this method of calling upon all who are friendly to this worthy enterprise to contribute some thing toward tno accompiisument ot so SMS r0od a purpose The oDjcev oi inc association is to raise money to erect a suitable monument at Shiloh to mark the resting place of tho bravo nun who so willingly bud down their lives in a cause which they- - had espoused, and which thej and wc b'or moiv believed was right. twenty years tho bodies ot than many noble and gallant men, who wont from our ery midst, hae reposed m neglected, nut not for ui gotten, graves. Time, -- its on- ward march, will soon oClitei at Another largo lot of Breech and Muzzle all traces of tliM gnnea1 ot tlifs loading honored men unless something shall be done to preserve their identity. I, therefore, call upon all the friends of those who fell in Double and that lea i ful and sanguinary con- - price from Single Barrel, ranging in Without my knowledgo, oi ii Strsitu ilJeij Fell oi Shlluh. at a re- hi Bin I Attorneys at Law, Professional.. Cards. H. :L I R. T. Tyler, JFETHE'SSALOON, A PLEAAST IlESORT. .... Family Groceries. DIESTELBRIFK 1 u. l- Side-ana- p Fahis (STpakkeb, 1) STSSi at :a'7i ras M fru-nd- a tax-payer- s. - GUM BOOTS, ? i self-sustainin- g , ISaasaaaagSe, !OE SALE. st et , Cap-flens- in m -- NASHYILLUj ld Cliatianooga 2. 1 . IW7 Plorida ' uic-nrh- n, AtfD-ff-W-K!r?- rfl- o . m-- rel aa uiH.-iui.iuu- b I 1 .. i lo tax-pave- rs ! fr n umiY IJ-ROCER- FAVOSITE JUDGE, to-da- y. nrst-clas- XLSC-J1EA- A MIFI 12 Ell w SOSESa, Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati Steamers $2,-000,00- 0. st Mm , -- I Yice-Prcsiden- ts ff. looks Maims con-straine- d self-sustainin- g, .ajstoieioik, i F. E. CASE, Family Groceries; li Y i inter-marry-in- ", . boots and shoes. eJglazieb. 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