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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1885 hic1885012301 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. &.&' i3t ' If '.-.- .- It.-- , l. G f HE HICKMAN V COURIER. . : Fine JobPrintft K PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ,. ' -- Br' GEORGE WARREN, v BCICKaLA.. KY, - THE HICKMAp T n COURIER. 1S85. m lw.Yl'fllEKxt EXECUTED T y WJ&B&'wiEKr- With Neatness and Dispatch. - HALE BILLS, BIIili-UBjA-lDS. . . , OSce Tlefnze Building, CHnlon Street. 03rrrjBLOiES. r LETTEK-KEAb- l, QQCEORCE.WAHREK, Editor. riSICE OF SUBSC'ICU-Ti'OX- , 1- - The Oldest IS'e'Sipnpor iiewtei-- Kciitueky. $1.50. ESTABLISHED; 1869. " sitlon gained for him the confidence his employers, and ho was soon made general manager of the concern at'an enormous salary. The- - announcement of hi? marriage to the daughter ofjhe seniw member of the firm in question creawd quite a sensation, as thet were, socially speaking, not suited other, she being- of very high social standing in the metropolis of the great but little inland, while on theotherfond he was comparatively ignorant and? obscure in that respect. This was the - HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. "LOVE, HONORyAND OBEY." corif.fation of pollen, wax--, resin and soitojther moist and stickv ma- tome Concerning thr Qiiftlon or terial- rifely Obedience. Look's nto the entrance hole, nil A young woman of eighteen who mar- wc couJ Wot f icover was the little white ried a man of forty the other day in a fuzzy of one of those insects peer- Newark church crooked her finger dur-'ji- g in? out in a cautious, half oow- r. Ihe hist of these for- the ceremony so that the groom -- ardly w st returning, antl it was contrary to his former experiences on agere amuuii ehow swiftly, vet surely, such occasions was unable to get the they wi alwnvs ilnrt. frnm the nlr ring beyond the second joint. Upon directKfato the little entrance hole, being asked during the reception that wlh?i Jtfsn once missing or having to followed as to the cause of the hitch in crawl JjSjtkc our ordinary bees. In movements thpy arc as tho proceedings at the altar, the young swift if lightning, an,i We had great lady explained that she made a mental diflicilWJu'catching one aud more in reservation in ropoating the promise to kce3iBjJBi after being caught. love, honor and obev, antl had also kept The cmt Qt tnis log mve was the ring from going lower down because LfilM plug, which, being with- dy ot the bouse toolc a she had heard that if it was stopped at draw? ticK, anu,rcaoJimg into the second joint the wife would be able LMMliiv.iorforatein(M9V-- , lt&lqlieusbattd.;whilo if it went to !rer bags; then holtlmga tho hand The husband would be surV v""""""30" "n"cr anu sngnuv eievat-htmpreme. other end of the hive, the honev The superstition about crooking the raa 1 stream antl soon noarly filled finger is not very prevalent, and tho the turflcr with a vory delicious but ring almost always goes clear down, rather tin honey. but there is reason to bcliovo that tho This pney is supposed by the natives mental reservation in the promise of to posses medicinal virtues antl is sold obedience is common enough. In fact, at a fch price, .something like the the notion that the motiern woman "bumbf bee honey" in the city, with "obeys" her husband in any such this difcrence, that tho former" is the Eonse as is moant by the words of the real hocy, produced by the stiitgless marriage service is' a mere myth that bees, wfile the latter, so far as the has come down with the marriage bumblepcc is concenieu in its prouue-.ioi- i. isTa nivth; but so far as either formula. The same equalizing spirit .. . i I that ha3 so modified woman's statutes nartv nssessing anv metliciiiai sunen: ns to abolish the old notion that a man oritv or ordinary honey, it must reand his wife are legall one person, and side" emroly with the faith of the pato enable her to hold and manage her tient, f . own property almost as independently We nfonce purchased this hive and as tho husband can manage his, has took it i our shoulder, remounted the nearly wiped out the idea of obedience hoise all carried it safely back to the from the ordinary estimate of the holy Casanon apiary. estate of matrimony. Practically speaklleretentlcd up a nice little bamboo ing, the woman rufos fully as often as log for I hive and commenced the work the man more arbitrarily sometimes-m- ore of druDiniug out the little pets, but to absolutely in some eases than a our astoKshment they would not "drum man ever woul'd think of doing. out wekh a cent" We then tried Time was when for a refractory dis- smoke wth no better success. Finally position a man might lawfully correct we proiired a aud by being his wife bv a vigorous application of the very cattious we succeeded in splitting birch. The punishment must in all the Jog from end to end. "N e then cases be "reasonable," aud it was held took out the nest, pollen, houey, bees that he must not Hog her with a stick and alljantl fitted it into our pretty thicker thau his thumb; but she could bamboojeft it three weeks until the be reduced to submission by the man of bees hut it all fastened antl fixed in, the house, if frequent whippings would then brolght it home to New York hafe tlo it, not only without danger of pun- and sounl; but alas! forgetting to wrap ishment to the man, but with the josi-tiv- e up the hie one cold night, the little inapproval of his neighbors ami prob- mates flxled and died. ably also of all hia wife's friends. If Many Iae been the speculations inI'a-9tw. 1 INVITATIONS, " STC, ETO, VOL. XX.-SB16- . ottXi aiix SSX3D turn's t GIVEN AND. TAKEN. u, "r ainnmcn luncy-ie....Thus tlio gravo-e- j ed woman snid: & . ."lUcbet pifta are those we make, Dcarer,thanthe,Iovo wo take That c'fflvc for lovo's own sale o. T know the Iicart'sunrot; 3S?t.Mlno has beqn the common quest-T- Smoothing soft tbo ncstlln-- f head JMr",l' , forch be loved anil thoruforo bloat. . . " ''L'avprSjUndesontd wore mine; At my'feet as on u shriuo Lo'vo has laid lt gilts dlvlno. 'Swcot the oncrinps soenicd, and yet With their swectuevss caino regrot. And a sons-- or unnaid debt. "FTeftrt of mine unsatisfied. Wh It vunlty or pride That a deeper Joy denied' "Hands that opo but to receive, ; they only live Jchly who can richly give. o primary, if not the principal enutC of frequent quarrel- - thereafter. Time parsed, and two children were born to Kmntj-close- l iririncr. dn,?s"iint - Ctrho. .r,. r.. jjm'm is iq mm wno fravo ul them. Wc will now take a trip bnckito his former, or American, wife and children, from whom ho was forced to part sev- erai 3 eats previous. Alter ins escape from orison the news sweatl. trnpidlv t iat a. man answering . M f I frsm., - raTTnt5Tiew''i 4 I i. for over a year for a man whojas then willed a handsome fortune "to our little alive nnd who was to bo untrue to his heroine (his daughter), also half of hw devoted wife and children. The cpi- - entire estate to his son who was the seeral years of jpipposed means of bringing about the happv end. 'r!MarrIage, Murder, Desertion and ration oflife widowed brought baek tqhght the Hm to the son's lossT he has "uevei Miraculous Detection. great mystery antl an awful tag- been heard of since. Should he be in On a cold .December evening a tat- - existence still this little communication A,GIrl In JIalo Attire Crosse the Ocean tereil but intelligent lookingljjioy, ap-- we hope will be the agent to establish pHrenlly of sixteen Mimmcrsysppeared some clue to his whereabouts, and con-a- t to Find. Her rather Siicceic or Her the door of her residencjfcind o- - rev to him the news of his good luck, HsIon A Kontniice In :' litely asked for some eatabw saying ' Of "the wronged woman antl her two --1 . KclTJfe. he wiison along, fatiguingp"rne, ' daughterswe have nothing to tell, fortht ""Perhaps the most romantic nnd star- and without money. The was reason that their lives from the time ot ting ;tory of facts that has overcome to readilv granted, and afterglpolitelv ' our last sight of them here are entirety light in Iowa was rotated to your cor- thanking her for her kindnesMl,a tell- -' unknown to our informant, antl as tc ing where he was from hjpBook his the heroine, she is living that happiest respondent and which is leave. No more was heardSt him or life of woman, 'au old maid," and at- unknown to the citwsens of ' seen of him there. tributes this happiness to the pautaSF Dubuque. Jly infoiraaut is one of the a loons. Dubuque Cor. iKnncapoli Trilh wjpies-- ed The summer of 18 oldest and 'most influential citizens of grand stetunbont eveursiou onuhe Miss- urw. n y? ojfy. In answer to the issippi from St. louis. Anmig the SHE WANTED THE BEST. importer's querv, 'What's new 9" he large nunilter aboard was thmooy who ! have a lon and interesting apirMl in Dubuque as an ontcast, but A New York said: l..tiln Bvpurieuoe in Itujinj: 9W' J?ow lo.rtctable will .hi. the who. h,iU Itiitter oTu Oerniun fSrorrr. ton' to tell you. and s of a southern ra A iNixoni, niatrouly-lookin- g first newspaper man to ivhom -- it hsu maithood imder the MHV woman, SUII. e ii. uiczi-Ht-- i JVS IJUC WWIlll over been told by me." leaning back ous old ad who had befriended him accompanied by a lad about seventeen, in "his cushioned chair and placing 1K when lw ii itstitiite vs iiKnfa board. entered a grocer" store Saturday evenJieobiou an looking dek. aceomanied by her daugfitcr. Ie ing in the neighborhood of Twenty-nintlie told the following story: Awav baek recognized her, innfttlncetl Street and Third Avenue, in the early das of Dubuque a faiuilv, hiuisplf. anil an interesting (ersa-tio- n "Vat vas it yon vant alretty?" queried consisting of man and fe and. oe follow!, iu the course of tjfiBeh a Herman with a daughter, came here from St. Louie. prossinff invitulon wax exteiHleulto liim the clerk, a niddv-faee- d in Id blue eye. Their names will bo withheld for par them a vi-- in their J to but may be given later. "Let's see your butler." home. The invitation was aeca; and father engaged in the a short time afterwaixl fiiltilietll graxhtis, we joost got bulh bud-deof a miner, and for a time un- perhaps neem strange, but it :ind for feefdy cents pi der bound."' quite succcs-fu- l. lie was rather shabbily Iheles u fact, that tlte nan: -- Well, let's sce'it." .drttssfid, but showed signs of refinement iMrtie- - reuiained a seetvt until Several samples were protliwed and education in Aouth. lie was a of his visit. Imagine their im! Dut vos iTonuymnn. After n while he lost what the friendship that aro-- c when thj tlot little money he had in the mininr btisi- - became known ami the inquiry; iersig, ud dot vos fmisxehn cends ness, Tmtl became almost destitute. Du - followed m.ty be termed the 'M pi der 1miiim1. H'raps w like to bite sum of tlem thin;. liauliii'r the bumic in thoe davs was a dreary Aril - ' the deep imsterv e.isinjr, tha 01 ueniess, omit mamlv of frame shanties. "lances of which an; already kaarn 10 woman a cheese scoop to lale the three ami populated for the most part by In- - the reader The cene folfowiinr the miples. She looked at them, tasttnl them and diaus. He. without anv prospeets his oLmaking a living for himself and jwrenLs, eta, beggars deoriptionas it stuelle! them, but none appeared to family, became a wreck, borderimrtiDon i was now settled bevond a niirtrae of gire-he- r any grot amount ofsatisfae- . ' .. o jnanitvwie eqiie? of which wag lu ji (JpiUft that the spjo.-o- d Ue:id huund tion. va r6iHimliis.j atiu,fathorAas no otlier timn.uitrn' we!ngilouHHdaiigiing-'rrofTOHIlUtnilqi"AJ:nifafttgJ .. JR. own room, cold in death, having com- - ! before alluaed to, aud what issulrmore J to UienirrypTJ3nttarmlffl,l,lP" " mitted suicide. His poor widow and remarkable, the mvsterious acouaint-- 1 "Dot vos tie beshbsst budder it vt oqihan girl were with "riof; ance provetl to be his son. born to his i bossible to make from New Yarsev. - tin former fainted at the ghastly Sight illegal wife. He aid that he left home (Dot srow vot make dot budtler from. pi and renjainedJn a coniatosp condition because of his father's brutal treatment i jimmiiv, am vorth fife toitsaud lollars for more than two days, at the end of 01 ins motner. A secret corresmnitlence cllcrv tunc which time preparations were com-- between the wrongod woman in Dublin "You'nT quite sure it's the best butter?" plctctl for the interment of the supposed and her son in Dubuque ensued, whon "If dot vos not tier vory boshtcst dot ocau uotiy. u was even inclosett in a lor the urst ume ditt her terrible po- - can't lie made I make vott a breoent taketT' wljen the startling discover' sition as an illegal wife become known mit the whole shtorc, porsistod the was made that the person was only in a to her. A pen picture of his grief and blue-eye-d outh. swoon. It is needless to say tlia't the consternation on receipt of the news of "Then let me have half a pound of it,' Mijinpacd lifeless form was immediately this startling disclosure is beyond the anil the woman planked down a quarf removed, anil such restonitivos as wcr writer's ability; it can be better im- ter. "Tic it up securely, as I'o some proctiRi'jIft werp quickly administered agined than described. Suffice it to say, distance to go." by willing hands. She rapidly recov- the meeting of herself and husband was He did as requested. ered, anil was soon in her former state by no means affectionate. The crisis "Now, let's have one of your card, "of health, but, as 1 have made known, comes at a later stage. because I've walked noarly all over inti."cry destitute condition, and how-tThe correspondence was uninter- Yorkville trying to find a place where I ckaout a living for herself and child ruptedly carried on uutil the aolmil cati buy good, honest butter." audednuch to her distress. Eventuallv situation of ail concerned was revealed, The clerk, anticipating a possibly good shcSbtdincd a situation as "maid of all and in some unaccountable manner the - work." In addition to this she taught United' States authorities were made customer, hauded out a card. the lad, "Now, Johnny." turning to her child how to read, write, etc Yeats cognizant of the fact that an American rolled b .and the child grew to be a i convict and murderer had been discov "just write the boss' name on the wrapjust young lady, earning her own living. ered in Dublin. The Secretary of State per, anil let me see, I think it's time, Dubuque was at this time rapidly grow- - made a prudent investigation of the about nine o'clock. Put down the " Immigrants poured in from all case which resulted in establishing the too." , ing. The proprietor of the store pricked directions, enlarging Dubuque to quite true identity of the man in quuatiou, up his cars like a mule, as he saw the a. .village. but for somo reason or other his arrest the affair ipg the new arrivals was a boy was not demanded, consequently we deliberate manner with whichman," re"See here, my whb emigrated from Europe at the age have no more to add to this chapter. proceeded. of eighteen to seek a livelihood in the During this time his American wifeand market! the purchaser, "I'm not sure it or great West. He possessed a remarka- - daughter were sorely alllicted. and in a whether ou know peoplenot, but there's s one hundred a law which fines Vdiciambition to rise in the world. He perplexed state of mind, not knowing commenced on a starvation salary, anil whether to recognize the young man as dollars for selling Iettill that some grohope you're not one "wHvsfJfterward employed in a little gro- an impostor, or endeavor to obtain the cers etlll butter. of em. If you are, you'lf hear from me, cery store, where he soon became a real facts in the case. They chose the the store door a Then she partner in the business. About this latter, and at once dispatched a letter .sure."and waited gave corner for the on the bang time he met and fell in love with the to the address given by the informant, nextrup-towcar. r.fA.-rei- ! insVOlinsr ladv I lmv in but no answer came. A second and a Just as she signalled the driver, the J'hbugh poorly clad she was exception- - third was written with the same result. t Herman outh overtook her and, shoving aUv : t briefpretty and quite intelligent. This Many long and anxious da- - and -sleep- a tyiartCr in the boy's hand, said: acquaintance was only an intro- - less nights were passed in vain. "Der Ross tole nm ter gif yer mutlder duction to along and clandestine eourt- Now that all eflbrts to communicate May-b- e tlot vos, tie yvrong - ship which followed, a description of with him by letter were of no avail, an dot money. make" . gow dot dot bndder.-i-rwhich unnecessary. Suffice it to sav other plan was concocted to carry out ditl(noi deviate much from the "rules'' their purpose. The mother wsiVgrow-in- g Stur. Jj jnjise at the iresent time. It was of a old and feeble and unable to QUEER THINGS IN PAWN. fourteen months' duration aud ended, the hardship and fatigue incident s as the arerage play does, in a happy to a sea voyage, this leing the only me- l'aKe and Uabip OnVred marriage, though fhis happines, it must dium through which the proof of the by Impecunious Capitalists. , ...,... .1 ir was shoit-liveFive years young man's story could be- - ascer,i - u . ven uves-v-.c ....... tsiiimcu .. .uhimi until . . swiftly passe- d- the mother-in-ladur- tained. Not to bo'batued, the daugh- f.-iing this time died and three bright ter, who was only in her teen. made street pawn ehop last night, antl quietly little children were the fruits of that the sensational, assertion that she would putting bis hand to his mouth took out qperior'cnhngal lifrgsn?wyebjys dispense with. pe.tticoatanil don, the ,a. fulWQtof1uppitir teojh, bound together "When the youngest pantaloon, ''and one a girl. ihis was accomplished, with a plate of pure gold. After ho had was only three months old the father ana sue at once set out on her long anil vnhbt-i- l them tin his f he , ,. , ., , , ., becumeengaged in a quarrel with his perilous journey, leaving the feeble , . . ; t. m partner in business, during which he, mother to taKe care ot herself, the other ' . uninlcntionally, it is said, dealt him a two children having died in the mean- - ' m :l ltaK1-- ' whisper: "Five dollars." blovron lie forehead, wounding him in time. As she presented more of a massnclra manner us to cause hi death a culine than feminine appearance her The clerk handed the man the money i fwj jvecks after, lie was held for trial plan was cry successful, but she ven- and a ticket and he slipped quietly out trial lasting fourteen tured no familiarity with any of her vS fr4murdcr-th- e aay and convicted- of manslaughter, "fellow men," although she dined antl of the door. "That man's been here tlyee times and was accordingly sentenced to life made her toilet in the same rooms as said the clerk. "The first time iMprisoEmeut at hartnabor. This' was those occupied by the other male Wow to the young wife and "long and tedious voy- he left his watch and chain. The seca temble After a jfnothorand for a imo fears of her be- age she arrived in the beautiful antl ond' time he left his diamond stud and coming insane were entertained, but home-lik- e city of Dublin. Her next ex- ring. Tve advanced him money on his shebraved the billowv sea of grief and ploit was to emteavor toprocure em- iaise teem oeiore. 110 s ;i poKerpiayer. soon landed sale on the shores of good ployment at the establishment where He'll be back for the teeth and the oth' 'health. The imprisoned life was soon her father w as supposed to be employed. er tilings Monday or Tuesday. ."Do von usually loan money on false changed to.a free one, for after a life To this end many shrewd and ingenious and death struggle Jie succeeded in inquiries were made relative to the firm. teeth?' was asked. "No, not often. Some pawnbrokers himself from the prison walls. The desired information being obHis e'scape was not detected for several tained, she at once appeared at the do. A couple of medical students used whereabouts was un- - office, wearing male attire. Her appli- to come here who got hard up about 4p','ant' T A diligent search was kept up cation for a clerkship was made to an ouce a month. Once they had pawned "1pown. Jor some time,' but no trace of him intelligent-lookin- g gentleman, appar- alljtheir spare clothing and all their jewoould be found. We will follow him, ently thirty-liv- e years old, who politely elry and books and instruments. A however. Immediately after his escape informed her that a good recommenda- couple of nights after they came here Jie.prpceeded to New York, where ue tion - would be necessary before she with a long bundle wrapped in a gossa' for Dublin, and arrived could be employed, and addiuo- that if mer co.it. JThey told me. they wanted there fire weeks later," this being the such could be' obtained he" would be ten dollars very badly. I opened the Ytime it took In those days to sail across most happy to employ her. She de- long bundle and found a human skele, th Atlantic. His arrival was greeted parted discouraged and ton. All the bones were strung on sil"fNUTBaly.by his many friends and relaknowing that the required 'document ver wire. Knowing them well I let them tions, as they were completely ignorant could not be had in a strange citv. She have the money and carried the skeleItt Wspast oareetv. 3ommunication wandered several days, about the streets ton up stairs in thesloreroom, where it family was necessarily and suburbs, antl at last was inspired stood, In a corner for a month before iwlhil wife Ifcutoff, asauoh. action might possibly with a hopeful thought, and called upon a they came after it. Several times I have l?lMato his discovery and capture. AVe clergyman, to whom she told the entire had women try to pawn babies. It's a h mext find Jsim eaa ployed in an extensive story of her experience, etc, since leav- common thingfor men to come in here linen factory on Sackville street, hold- ing Dubuque. After due hesitation, he on bitter cold daysandjake off their ing the responsible position of foreman gave her a letter of recommendation. overcoats and pawn them. A handsome ot the entire establishment. His integ- Keturnmg with this, she was at once young woman walked in here this mornrity, uabitioa of furthering his cm- - employed and worked faithfully for ing, and, taking off a sealskin &acque, mtereets and honesty several weeks before she gained 'sight pawned it for ten dollars." PhiladelkkittUe is that. po of her father. The meeting was an phia Timet. - Life Itself, the loved to save. oonv.ct- "Lovo thatseif-rorfretfgive's lhe joor woman aisj re- - U hi 11 she died iinil wc kfmrtK- - iffr Sows stirpri-- o of ripened -- hraven. eenod the news as positive iirfcf of her followed to the shores of the unknown Late or soon Its own recenes- - ' and leond h our hero. At the time of Jhhn Grtatltaf If'hitUcr, X. Y. IiultixMcnL nusiiantts terrible fate, lltj-ti- t mourn- - his de.ith he was immenselv rich, and family accordingly remained rceervedta' official uusnnnu anu wile, winch resulted in her by the authorities, althoughthe both craijxration to theeitv of Dublin, where had not been identified as tin ei .iped .1 feu ears of happy life were speut, Svas " urj I'mnoa. feeling one. She ran to him, threw herself at his feet, nnd cried out: 0, father! father! I'm your daughter and came from America to look, for you." The scene will never be forgotten by the few who ohonccd to be present. A great euation followed; the entire pre'js of Dublin devoting severalcol-umn- s each day to comment antl critie cism on the clerk. The illegal wife was now beyond all doubt as to her MMtion. ami immediately applied for a divorce, which was granted after considerable difliculty. The three children who were the fruits of their married life were claimed by her and granted by the court with the exception of the Inn. who immigrated to America, who wa iriven to the father. The glad tidings of the finding of the father were immediately dispatched to her mother in Dubuque, and for the first time in almost a nuailerof a ccntun. commu- mule-femal1111 DEALING Bhoei, ri.e Time They Save aS." .Wb Mlcfat bt Accomplished l,fl"l?",L8pced. liqiilneK. The real gain A crowd had gathered on a South man rbtained by ttli5eE of a few Side street coruor, whore a horse with in thg!fttedpf a a broken log had been shot As the miles an hour train is illiujtby"aB actual owner stood ruefully surveying his loss A man in NewjjJ.wfehes to do a fat, dark comploxioned man elbowed a day's work in ChigHetkci.onc his way up and said, as he smiietl ri the fastest and bejggggfated trains grimly: "Say. mistor, I'll cart that horse away he can find the Oh"alfoUcL It Wo mornNew York a. if you will give it to mo. Is it a bar- loaves ing and lands in Cljaf,at eleven the gain?" lhe owner pondered a moment, next morning, havirff jctonLsheil 014 fifty-fiv- e looked around at the crowd, and miles in DEAD HORSES. rertlller, Ladle Switches, Hut-toand Glue M.ide Out of Uerunct IN FAST TliAmS SCHOOL, AND CHURCHijtW The agricultural colleges YirO deservedly in. public favor. TheyshouiiL be mdependent in ovory way. j.Jn-(Icpewhn- l. " 1 ofpuMncsj long-journ- 'ywBPiwywpjeupoeiweemuiowftgaiE A SINGULAR STORY. . " rqst to-da- y, cer-rain- ly - ! j well-know- h U 1 Imih-"ne- ss r. - g, funf-und- T" , T J 5. - m domestic discipline iu those days provetl jnsuflicient to control her tongue for it was for offenses of speech rather than deetl that the wife was commonly corrected she was taken before the'Mag-istrat- e and tried for a common scold, and if convicted was set upou the public duckinglool by the constable and oned iu a hore jmiuI or oine convenient river. It is twrhajw to be regretted that no statistic are or can be kept showing the extent and lwtial consequence- - of quarrels between married people, and it would interesting to know if such information was attainable whether, on the average, matrimonial unions 1 k. rf "i""! pro-lrat- ed i o u . un-dor- go from the wife than thev are now w hen he ha only a shadowy antl sentimental rt of obedience if he ha any at all that is supposed to be inculcated b the language tl iu the w edding cercmom There is a sort of womanly obedience that amounts to devotion. It comes only from women who are capable of great love, and from them only when it happens that they are joined "to men who are fortunate enough to command their utmost respect a well as affection. If all the men in a large city were to be called together and asked to raise their right hands if they believed themselves masters of their own homes through love, it is to be feared that not more than half the arms would go up. In point of fact women are much more fond of control at home than men arc, antl much more likely to exorciso it. It is common to hear a 'woman boast how she "manages" her husband, and vory often perhaps it may be said generally her management is most judicious. In many things a woman has more tact than a" man, and she is likely enough to have that superiority of judgment which fairly entitles her to obetb'once. It would get red of a sort of harmless sham to give up the entire notion of a married woman's subordinate position by which she owes to her husband somo sort of obedience which he does not owe to her. In this age antl country the thing itself does not exist A child is supposed to obey its parents, and a citizen to obey the laws; but nobody supposes that, in any like manner, "a wifo obeys her husband or is bound to obev him. The Newark girl was right in her view of the case, though she took a not very ofiicacious method of avoiding the danger. There is no sense in putting into a woman's mouth a promiso of obt dience which she never intends to keep. Detroit I'ost. u-e- T-t- jiie-Miid- d. I- 1 7 w ... . STINGLESS BEES OF CUBA. weots Which are Unprofitable Kzcept as Object of CurinIty. l ... hnndk-nrehie- -- - ," jma-sengc- During our stnv on the island of Cuba we employed much time investigating, its honey flora antl the quality of honey produced by each variety. On one occasion as we were examining the flowers of a royal palw, which, standing at the foot of a rather steep hill and ourselves at an elevation, brought the circle of flowers within twenty feet of us, we could, with bring the bees, our powerful no to speak, so near that the characteristics of the different kinds were easily discovered. There were wasps, yellow jackets, bumblebees and Italians; but what particularly attracted our attention was a little iiiiscct which, to our recollection, was so exactly like the sting-les-s fiold-glns- s, ng tookr-passag- o - dewh-hearte- d, ad j , , ' J 1 they were identical. After a good deal of inquiry we finally learned that our surmises were correct, nnd that a colony of these delightful little insects was in possession of a native living several miles away in the dense forest, engaged, in a primitive way, in the production of charcoal. Pedro Casanova and myself at once set out on horseback and arrived at the cabin of the Cuban, just as the sun was going down, and to our delight, found the object of our search. The little beauties were located in the section of a hollow log about six inches in diameter and two feet long, suspended by a rope on the side wall .of the cabin in a hori-- j zontal position. A little round hole, hardly a quarter of an inch in diameter, in the center of ono end of the log, formed the only place of exit or entrance; the other end was clofd with, what seemed to be a had seen on one or two occasions several years ago, that we at once surmised bees of South America, which wo gan, in his speech at the recent sessional opening of the King's College, London, classes for women, spoke out clearly antl distinctly as to the right of 'woman to avail herself of every the Grett Northern, the distance be- every of obtaining the highest educachance tween Leeds antl Ixntlon, 16 miles, tion possible. is done in three hours and forty-fiv- o Bishop Isaac W.Wiley, of minutes, including five stoppages; on Episcopal Church, who died very another, the Great Western, the 126 Birrainghtfin and London suddenly in Fuh Chau, China, was miles between price. making'an Episcopal tour of the Asiatic minis run "Shoes made of cordovan, as tho utes, in two hours and fort five he felt including two stoppages; antl as missions of his church, in which Chinft. leather is called, are considered the a great interest, particularly in proper thing by swells and tell well. neither of these routes is particularly where he had served as a missionarv. The tail, when it is long and bushy, can level or straight, and both pass through He was elected Bishop in 1872, at tne be made into a nice horse-brus- h i or numerous junctions, with a per- age of switch for ladies. To make a nice fect maze of switches and frogs, is possilion. Frederick T. Frelinghuyson. switch. 1 take out the bone from the they give a full idea of what of tail and tack the skin onto a handle. ble in speed on the railroads re- United States Secrotary of Statehas give, American and there we have it, all ready for use the country. These figures 47.2 miles been elected President of the the'late'S. spectively," 'peed of 19.8 and Bible Society, in the place of as soon as it gets dry." "But, what do you do with the re- per hour Taking as a fair average Wells Willfams, LL.D. Mr. Freling-huyse- n forty-eigis tho nephew and adoptvd.son miles an hour, including mainder of the body the bones and stoppages, the journey from New York of a former president of the society, flesh?" Htvisia "O. they come in handy. 1 raise to Chicagoe should bdone in eighteen Hon. Theodore Frelinghuysen. minute, or say nineteen member of the Keformed Church. lots of hunting dogs. Of course, if I hours were to lwv beef for them it would cost hours, a saving of nearly eight hours on Rev. W. M. Patterson, of tlje me a small fortune. When I get or buv the present time: so that if the train Southern Methodist Mexico mission, was arranged to leave at 4 :o.i in the writes that the new mission in Morclin, dead horses I save some of the meat, afternoon, the whole of this time would Mexico, is prospering, with a congregafeeding the dogs on that. They thrive be saved in the busy part of the day, tion of from five to six hundred persons. 011 it, and it don't tot me much. thus efl'ectualh adding a day to offr The industrial colleges in the cityol "The hoofs f sell to some glue factory, imaginarvf"raveler's g business and w here they are boiled down and made Mexico, the girls under Miss llnlloran, life. Do I make ue of the bones? antl the boys under Professor Trujello, into glue. It may be thought that such a deduc- are doing better than ever before. The Of course I tlo. Sometimes I grind is unfair, them up and sell them as fertilisers. tion is so much as the English stvle of work in the Guadalajara district: is' 'adear lighter than the Ameri- vancing, and there have been several Ground bone is the stuff to spread on your garden if you want to raise good can; but. as a matter of fact, the aver- conversions. is considerably crops. When I am busy and want to age English express-ca- r The Churrh Standard says: Let heavier dispose of them 1 sell them to ome conveys than tho Chicago limited, antl parents beware what they sity ahout Ilie aliont three times the number button-factorThey make button, dulged" i by the would-b- e wise in reantl oil sermon or the preacher before-.-thei- r large and shihII. out of bones. I have of passenger-- : :ihi1 "as trucks universal children, in whose hearts the Word .of s gard to 4e-- bees, nearly all of which seen .some knife handles made from lubricated are not are misttken notions, fhe idea that bone, but it cracks uaiiy and is not there, the tractive resistance per ton is God may be seeking a lodgment: Why there is aiy danger in handling them used much. Buttons are morugenoraHy probably higher. It certainly, there- pray in the morning for the conversion of sinners, and then, by cold criticism of d is untrue. T anil fore, eeins not only possible, but feasiThey ffll not mix with any varieties made from hore hones than anything ble, to obtain these" high speeds in this the sermon, neutralize" the very meads by which it pleases God to save? of our trie honey lces. anil tlicy are else in that line. "Now, if you want anv moat for your countn, where, owing to the longmore "thoughtless comments at the dinner uuprotitaitc except as objects of curibe traveled, they are eat, let me know, antl I will supply valuable than in England; and the great table will tlo this far more effectually osity. of the d Jcolony" is composed of vou," but the former jiosses-o- r A is the than all the profanity the children hen'r horse did not seem to relish the idea of step toward attaining that end signalthey pass the drinking saloous on d about froi one thousand to fifteen ami eflicicnt adoption of proper deing arrangements. All the otlier steps their wa to school. bcestcup ing a round space of his eats being fed on horseflesh, and perhaps eighteen inches long antl four clined the offer with thanks. Milwaukee are achieved. The American passenger The number ofpupils attending the inches in tlltmeter. About five inches Stntinef. locomotive of the present day is per- public schools of the State of South from the entrance are the brood combs, fectly competent to drag a heavy train Carolina tluring the past year was THE SAWDUST INCENDIARY. wnicli re suspended from the upper at a speed of sixty miles an hour: the 18o,619. The eagerness of the colored part of the roof of the hollow space in car, as now constructed, can travel people to secure an education for their 4 Cutlri ! The Itisclilcf l)oi safely auiljsmootlllv n,t that speed, and children is phenomenal. Tb Morris iTli4tlwinnPimliie itS. itiae(aiM,.flnrantLj;?te.Il-baIhustctUtieJ- t L'giKk-te- ' iiefSitwciusapiiiuoonMSliotilusiiotaoe como a no l'tHsMp-'-o- T jriiuriesioii IS IUI- - IUIUEM JIl IUU OUllt., a duv in anv building whee modern iron bridges can well support containing more than 1,400 pupijs. Tho not mo'4han three inches in diameter. tolerated The sacks containing honey and pollen owner is desirious of avoiding loss by the thundering concussion of an ex- school is divided into three departlook wry much alike and tlo not resem- fire. To this apparently harmless and press train at full speed. But this speed ments, grammar, intermediate and ble cells'in any sense; they are some- cleanly article are traced many fires, can only be maintained for a lew mile primary, antl is governed by a .Princiwhat irregular in shape, being an inch at a time if the engineer who guides pal, Vice Principal and twenty-fou- r of an inch iu di- ami it is undoubtedly the caue of those this train be doubtful whether the dimly assistants, the latter being Indies. Tho long and ameter, holding about two tableepoon-- f mysterious conflagrations which are so seen signals imply sufet or danger, or teaching staff are all white, and are'na-tive- s . uls of honey each. They are of a dark constantly happening. Not long ago if the laws of the- - State" bring him to a of Charleston. color and lie on top, bottom antl sides the treasurer of one of the Boston in- full taud where his road is crossed by packed liko so many bags of grain, surance companies was in New Hart- a small corporation with a PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. of thorn filled with pollen ford, N. Y., and while there he was intitle, which owns one locomotive with, a split tube sheet and two cars antl tho balance with honey. in the vited to inspect the cotton-mi- ll More than 3,000 horses die "ovary In shape those bees arc much like the town with a view to making any sugdown a ditch. week in London. This is what, makes bee and in color like the yellow jacket, gestions, as the mill was considered To run a fast train a clear, uninterleather so cheap over h the quite a model iu its fire protection ap- rupted road is absolutely necessary, and alligator but they are not more than ' by Pre. and perhaps the pliances. And so the insurance official the reason is not far to seek. To move size of tho bumble-be- e An old maid in Nashville keeps'--a body is longer in proportion than his found it, save in one particular. In tho a bod from a state of rest to a velocity parrot which swears, and a monkey of sixty miles an hour, or eighty-eigbig cousin. The queen is really boauti-fu- l weave-roounder a pair of match and differs in shape from tho work- gears, was a box of sawdust placed feet per second, an amount of work which chews tobacco. She says, beers in the same way ordinary queens there to catch the oil. "It's only a mat- must be performed equivalent to lifting tween the two, she doesn't miss;" a'hiis-ban- d very much. Merchant Travelog. differ from the workers, but these bees ter of time," said he, "whon that box that body 121 feet Now it is apparent are much more vigorous and can cling will bo the cause of burning your mill. to the simplest capacity that it requires It is said that when the left ear to objects with greater tonacity than A piece of rag will fall into tho a pretty powerful engine to overcome "burns" somebody is talking ill about any insect wc have over scon. Cor. fcatnratctl sawdust antl spontaneous the res'stance of a train running sixty vou; antl you may havenoticetbthat the Beekeeper's Magazine. will readily ensue; or miles per hour without ever" few miles left ear burns about ninety per .cent. combustion a partially burned match will set puttingon brakes to destroy the velocity, oftener than the right ear. .. -A. I". ' the sawdnst smoldering." At this the and then to lift it 121 'feet again to at- Herald. A PAIR OF SHOES. speed, the resistance of the air and said he knew now what tain A young man who left' 'home in One of the Most Typical Product of Mod- caused the fire in tho office some months the friction of the bearings of journals Connecticut several years ago, t0"st;ck ern Industry. previously. He arrived at the office one antl of flanges against rails going on all his fortune, recently wrote ffom Tcxos A crgat naturalist said, "Show me a morning "to find that the floor had burned the time. As a matter'of fact, showing saying: "I have settled here."' iflfas scale, Til draw the fish." Had he been through where a sawdust cuspidor was what severe work this is on an engine, since transpired that he was right. 'llu a shoemaker he might have said, "Show placed, and a good fire wa lieing the Zulu express on the Great Western had settled at twenty cants on the dolKailroatl of England, wbich is the fast. me a shoe, I'll tell the wearer." The worked up in the basement. Undoubted- est tram in the world, has been re- lar. . d qjgar or match had ly a of the Arab, the tiny shoe of the caused A Pittsbugh woman shot and killetl sandal carefully timet1., antl it is the fire, after smoldering for peated! hi"h-brewoman of China, the wooden hour. A similar narrow escape oc- found that, though running over an al- a man in that town recently because 5he of the Dutch, the dancing-sho- e curred in Boston only a few weeks ago. most absolutely level andstraight road, toloved him." It is pleasant, no doubt, be loved, but this businessofjiuring to court slipper or the sensible When the office boy came round in the it takes a d'stance of twenty-si- x it shot into a fellow is accomitaTiicully twenty-eigmiles to attain its full speed JJawlS-eywalkin" shoes of the English aud Amer- morning to open the building it was of and onfrhalf miles an its disadvantages. Burlington their nationality to tho found that the sawdust spittoon, t which hour. icans, proclaim iVJ.i-J - htinle conin a mo-stood under the gas-jtvro. An amateur might not readily venient place to throw burned matches. Can any one explain why a gew walks nrouniLa tho characteristics of ditler-e- hail burned through the lloor during the England school-marreco'uize VALUE OF UABOR. chair before she sits down?. BfooJ$fn districts within n single nation, but night aud was on fire iu the basement. the practiced designer must know that The building was one of the largest stor- How Labor .May Increase the Value of Times. Certainly. It is. tojotpn the Hke'to's'ee Jletal to More Than forty Time its Vlrt other side. We neverlias in the United States, for instance, your age warehouses in Boston, and contained "inour power in doubt when it $90,-00Cost. at that time valued at Northerner wants his shoe comfortable, merchandise ! of the last to relieve his anxiety. Boston Tost A narrow escape for the insurA school reading-boo- k neat and stylish: the Southerner ask ance companies. fcailroad stations general "on had an article on the meSome people make a 'mistake in for something fancy and handsome; the frequently use this neat but incendiary remarkable confounding the word "plcasautrics agricultural West demands solidity, appliance, and they are to be found chanic arts in which was a with "humorous." There is a tine disfmluess. aud an article stout to break everywhere. Underwriters should see statement ot the immense increase of tinction to be drawn. Mnnv editors tho land for a coming population. to it that they be absolutely prohibited. value imparted to a ponud of iron when have lost their positions by ge,Umgj,u iair of shoes is one of the most The danger lies in the sawdust. Sand manipulated and manufactured into humorous paragraph iu a pleasanlry rodncts of modern industry. is just as cheap, answers every purpose watch springs. TlieJlljistration was column. I'ecks Sun. V kc tnem the animal Kingdom and is safe to use. Boston Commercial-Bulleti- misleading bccauseJt'left out all the exA gentleman was telling a tale of contributes from the herds roaming on pense of conversion from crude iron to deep distress to a Quaker, one day and western plains or South American not-'bpampas, or from the barn-yarspring steel, antl iwiv no account 01 tnc concluded bv saying: "I could replied near dumping on Moving Trains. at home; the vegetable, from dotted inevitable enormous waste of material; feel for him."" "Verily, friend." "Some folks don't seem to have any the idea convevedtjyns that the conver- the Quaker , "thou tfidst right in, that groves of hemlock and oak or from the great forests still left to us. Great tex- sense about getting oil" cars," remarked sion of a single pound of iron into a thou diilst feel for thy 'neighbor: but didst thou feel in the right plaee-idi- dst tile manufactories supply cloth and the brakemau. "Everv once in a while pound of watch spnngs was possible. . e- oq of a product thou feel in thy pocket? ' thread; mines, furnaces and forges com- some man will jump off and hurt himBut the incrcajed-valumanufactureby labor can be illusto furnish nail or wire. A hundred bine of "The only serious mistakejl nuule machines have been invented, one of self when a little common .sense would trated bv an example that is open to no .during my professional ?arc""e-raarke- d A piece of which has changed the whole course of teach him better. Some years ago I was objection or overstatement. a physician, "was when T cut of an the wrong leg off a patient. It rasultctl a. p31 r"ndiistry and produced large running on an express on the New York steel bar, square, cities. Through scores of processes, Central. Just as we go into Rochester inch diameter and two inches long, in losing both logs, poor fellow. tjl the forty-fopieces of a pair of shoes we cross Hudson Street One night as worth perhaps balf a cent, can be in- suppose when he learned of your mismore, than forty times its inrequire to bring them together the co- we were take he became verv indignant.-- ' and the rate of creased to running in, operation of fifty men, women and chil- about eighteen miles at hour, I was itial value by labor. A single blow of made a great kick, did&'t he?"i vWelL an n the dren-, the division of labor is pursued to steel ves, he but he hammer standing on the rear platform. A tall, a drop the central portion heated the 'didn't became a verv indignant, the utmost, demanding in turn for its against great kick.ftT.r? make punches d man with a shiny plug hat lfim& successful maintenance he dispersion and an elegant valise came out and in- sitles and forms the steel info a hol- Hun. another blow of product the world over; until, as'a quired if 'Now, sir," said the ProseetitiBg was Hudson Street 1 lowed parallelogram; that that outside, so the squared Aitnmov nrtmnoiislv. "vou are a rail result, you, d reader, can buy told him it was, and before knew forms the ' for three dollars what would have cost what he was doing he jumped. I ends become rounded or shaped road man, you say. "Now, sir, let's see Hooked of a boat; a final busiyour forefather six. like back quick and saw him strike the blow the bows the shape into that how much you k"now about your. As, the reader buys completes ness, rf'r. What motive, sir, has fvour a pair of shoes lib ground. Then he leaped as if he had next pair may at the same moment bo been thrown out of a cannon at least of a sewing shuttle. The forging company for running its trains through dodging the lasso of tho "cowboy" on twenty feet, turning a half somersault is then placed in a die under a pow- the city 'faster thau the ordinances' deto compact it& substance, some plain, or perhaps be in on his head in the mud. erful press on a buff wheel, is drilled, cree?'' "What motive?" '.Yes, sir, whatprocess of slaughter at Chicago. Tho and lighting 'Wiiv. loeomois finished motive? Come sir! over six or eight times. he perishable beef promptly reaches the Then mudrolledHudson Street was about fitted with a tension spring and is read tive. I should say." The" witness wa"? at bringing at wholesale from fined for contempt of coOTtfrrCAi0d market and one dav oon you dine The and when this man for sale, from a fat, juicy roast little thinking three inches deep, ho was an object He twenty to thirty cents. Scientific Amer- Xcws. as you smack your lips after dinner that picked himself up looked as if he was made of mud. The ican. There is a story of a marujybo.w-PIiaWe skin which once prolast glimpse I had of him he had both In a cemetery in France one reads: tried for stealing a pair of trousers." He tected the delicate morsel may at some hands up trying with all his might to "Here lies Gabrielfe, my adored wife. was ablv defended and the jury brought time contribute to your outward shove his plug hat up off his shoulders. She was an angel. Never shall I be in a verdict of not guilty The prisoner's Stranger things have happened. I'd a laughed even if I'd ha' known he loss." On the Same collected his feu and tben"said skins of hides meantime are salt- was dying, which ho wasn't, but I'll bet consoled for her Henrietta, my second counselvindicated statesmanr cll.get to the "Here hes stone: ed, and the buyer of salted hides sends uh no he gets off at stations rfow. Chicago wife. She was also an angel."" "t 11 lout You re5 tree, victinY wait sianuer; part of them, say, to Peabody, Mass., Herald. ot - 4nes." returned the . m to be tanned for and tho P. T. Barnum says that the receipts ""r,nt;tr ti the nlaintifl". "I don't want Boston is believed to haTa more rest to central New York, to be tanned of his show for the season of 18S4 were 'him to see me.' "Why not?" "Causo for H. Af. SewhaU, in music teachers than any other diy in , j I've got them breechw on." Push. & 1,400,000. the United States. Earp9 first-cla- ss an if I know .what you want' wfl,h'it. You .."tr" f. yoiuwlll tell'rng?iaKA9fcfcSa !WtAlI right. i" oirec a"denll " iflMe! represents considerable money to me, antl when get one, I am going to drop onto it every time. I'll haul the animal out to my'place, where I will skin it and tan the hide, or else sell it raw to one of the tanneries. It will then go to some boot and shoe (irm, who will proceed to make it up into shoes. The leather, being soft and waterproof, makes up nicely aud commands a fancy guess" you. can have The animal is no use to mc, and I it, but I'm blussed The English Methodists have rafee'd a funtl of $100,000 for carryingtho Gospel to the most" abandoned districts in the world's metropolis. MLss Irving, Washington Irving's nioee, proposes to give the iiext graduating class at Princeton tQollege a slip ef ivy from one planted by the au'thor himself, aud'brought by Harptr 3 Bnzpr. . The parish church at StratX which is Shakspeare's" burial minutes, allowing jgr tirui8ercncc of place, is to be renovated ant restored, TIKO. 2. t tJS.WW m eities, This all its historical fqalOTos.bejngrie- the time betw-eeJJl'.By. ninkes an averageJaRo6$3.8 miles j served. The movemen 9fremovtng " tnc pool s Dones seems tonavesnosmea. iPJli "ii'ir. jueiwungja-ippiHstwill iraVKgitnt.l cy ce. himcfr6m-Ab-botsfor- d. - twcnty-sixtjojaraja- wl - n, - . n ! T..'...l yi duwiiuvh on the Pennsylvania or any euher American road as on thfc English main line, and what shape does tho problem assume? On the English Yoad, -- iii.n, ;is iiijru ;i 5iieil ,Tiv-i yraiv "N 1 "3opicnu)lDl2tScla -- forty-seve- n. ht fifty-nin- rip-sa- dollar-makin- fr y. i axle-boxe- bare-face- bare-hande- 1 fair-lze- huu-dre- a-- k 1 three-fourt- high-soundi- three-fourt- hs thflre.--FJuMdeip- one-fift- ht mill-own- er half-lighte- d high-heol- ed ht fiftv-e-.g- e. ht et -- '- tfii S. nt m am-on- e 0. 1 il n. Ji ut fe ds e three-eight- hs ur well-dresse- well-sho- far-awa- v a com-foy- t- -- upper-leathe- r, Magaxint. I, r Lse - . j Vnn risv--v- -- 'J- TABLE POULTRY. The Funniest Thing on Record. MISCELLANEOUS. Calendar. said I, "your life Tho riost JIcllioiN of JVattenlnpr It mil During an excursion from Pittsburgh, ' Twenty medical practitioners l,av8 Hickmaifc I ,.. t .....iiML? 1 reinioil, with- - hore lil droarr enough." It tor the Market. a ? U15I in hile at Cleveland the Kennard House died in Naples ut of 13D a : .?y3 Is-ij?;: "If it'were riot dreary enough," he uttenitng cholera patients xSMi confidence in the out S In nearly every ioultry yard, at the 3: H1! I undfr the Was crowded, when a druggist appeared GEORGE VAtRKNt-PublIseman's explanaonAo tmst mjsclf .o rejoined, ,vl would seek torno placo White Cross Society during thft recent present season of tho year, there are v "" "" SH K more drearv." late at night at the hotel office and detbe doS- ri descend within rwh surplus birds to be got rid of, which KENTUCKY. "Of course you are bored by every j epidemic. j. 2 ?. HICKMAN. 21 a juij, "Uo way froiffrbar I tell you, -- ah. Jan. manded a bed. The clerk replied that B 9 10 Jl A 1 The wife of Lieutenant Oruelv "'" probably cannot be sold at remunera8! U IU, 0 the one who chances to meet you, but I throwing an iroBvedge K11!,0 f. 1R Ift -' there were onlv two vacant beds in the ' lier i" 1.1 in.; 10 1U " ft. 1. ti curving fttt19 l 21 fence. The do&jump1 down unci would really like to know something cites the displaying admiration of floor tive prices. This is more especially the 18 M i' 23 St t22122"- ucrase, one wlierein was quartered a on her parlor eoncerning'you. Why did you take up friends by VERY COMMON LAW. hS657i2s 2S iViJl s "V ca-- e with thogu who do not go into trotted away. and?I, 1 Pittsburgh morning newspaper man ap. large rug of seal fur, a relic of her a protection, left Sr perch and joined the jour habitation in such a place?" r poultry keeping as a business, and have reb. and tho other a Pittsburgh evening 2 3! 4 5 6 18 2 3! 4 One day an aed millionaire husbands Arctic life Philada!'-"- ' 111: "Sir, is notlhc scenery beautiful?" o ifvll l!13 14 lo 6(9 1011 1311 Veil most man m the varcUR newspaper man, who were with the exnot the necej-sar- y arrangements for the 1R rr 20 21 22 I'rt8$. mOurnful air hi mournful heirs w 1; IS l021 With li' "0, yes," I replied, "but beautiful "How do'vouUo. sah? said he, cxcursion. hSJS4 2S'2 27 p-"- -' , They bejcRed he'd make hi will; C2,23 26 20,2T2S of such birds, or, it may be, Girl grape-pickein the Califo!""1"1 scenery" alone does not supply the " t Atirpweetly acquiescent, he tending Ills handT HM1 "To J,!, pretty tell the truth, they are both vineyards are tempting Providence by the numbers thoy have for ale are not tar. r, a Mr. Wright 1 2 a' ofTife." x 41 Il;patchcd for Sp. "As well as atfrishteiied man eould ft T si 9 todiit: drunk; so you may take your lftll'12l it u 8 To write the document, and then " said he, finger- putting their names and aiiilrtisias m worth taking inueh trouble over. But "You ;ir.e persi-tent- ," well be." I reioined. 13' 11 15 117 is W 15118 17 IS, 10 .20 21 choice as to which room vou will sleep the boxes which are shipped Est. Tho'r whether the surplus rss 202122 2:t2t-12S15I212329 "Wall, hew oufdenter hurt you even ing the llute without putting the lirds are few or in." hWoOSl 27(2S283D His kin, with s or wondrous Size, to his lips. "What is vour idea is doubtless to catch a husband. mouth on you. He if he had r 3 many, it is important to know how best l' 2' 10 life is brief. ll 3 4 Oct. Hcmarkcd that Apr. SHOPS San Francico Chronicle, , The dnicdst said ho would take his ' along buines hore?" i ci 7 ' C 41 7' S 9 8' 6 71 .'i 0 10 11 ain't got no teeth H is rftUn' And vied with ouo another in cnance3 with the evening newspaper Rheuraatism.Neuralgia.Sciatica they can lie prepared for the table, 1. I am here to Women in Paraguay lmve exactly ll'l2 1lt 15,16 12 13 14 16 IS 17 IS "I have no bnsintko. Displaying vl'lent Kriel": year-- , and haM' coons till ln teeth in -, nmn, and he would doubtless be so Toothachr, IS 1(1911 22 23 24 19 20 21 22 224 25 And when thola-- t sad ntcs were o or, Lunibuo. Bactirhf, Hetdach. the same rights as men. Thov farm, cither if intended for se at home or for seek recreation from overwork." air about all rorieT Come in." fc'2627.2S290''t With one accord they went drunk that he would lie quiet all night. Sore Throat, Sw!llnc., Sprnln.. BroU-B27 2S 2 replied with a manufacture, buy, sql. and, in fact, do sale. I have heard it said by some "And I am here." he person road To'hearjhe-prppx- -. 2 Tfollmvn.i ?;,., Jinto the hoiiie. In Horn, EODH.Y PAJCiB nnd call. He went to bed and was soon sound C 2 31 4 ACEfe. And AU Other 7 s 0 Not. high, to seek forgelfulness. Disappoint- all the work. Paraguay ha a popula'His latest testament. jvottltry keepers that they prefer to pick in a great front of a small-fir1,1 14 asleep. The journalist, however, awak- Bold byUrosUimdPealei-- ) eTerhM. 10 11 12 13 14 1ft 18 818 10 11 300,000, of which 270,000 are a bird up out of the farmyard, and kill tion of abcttie. 15' 10 17 1? 19 20 21 sat a woman anSU J"'rl- - The-- aro"e ment. 3oung man." 23 ready lawyer read aloud Tho 171lsl8 3'2t22 ened about 12 o'clock, and, thinking it THE CILVKI.ES A. VOOKL1.RCO., "Old gentleman, I will aUenipb no women and 30.000 are men. BaltogiOTC.aIa..U-a"P2 2;24 25 28 27 2S 252272SH0.Tlie different bequests when we cnteredEThe woman was not it without any preparatory feeding, a long time between drinks, dressed "Jl While vnrv arious fcelimrs swelled . win. 1 2- 31 41 a to discover the cause of your The Portland OregoHinns&ys: "The contending that Mich a one has more June girl was positn ely further bad looking, r, le-- . 2. 3' 4 8 himself, unconsciously, in the druggist's Within the listeners. breads solitude. Will you allow vote of Washington Territorv'as about llavor than another artificially fed. Si 910 11 12 13 6 71 B) 9 10111 12 And some resolved with energy beautiful, with i&hing black eyes and clothes and sallied out. Ever and anon u'11'1-- . in it is la It 15,16 17 1?120 us to enter the eae?" To break that unjust will. 42,000, of which number Jhe'vvomen arguing from the that wild birds hair a dark as the gathered gloom of bl2122,23 2425 21J he muttered as he treated all present: hl2223St25,S27 And some resolved wth tlllnl zeal . and rabbit- - are far better than thoe "Yes, anil I will aecompain you." contributed perhaps Jtwa-fete SHU) . jj &82a3031 midnight. Its wishes, to fulfil. "Funniest thing I ever heard of. It wa indeed a quaint place. 'Hie found a mistake to say that women bred in confinement. Thi- - last stateI told them mysgame, after which the When I went to bed last night I only So thbse who lield the will was right oave wa not large, only containing two would not vote. Very few oinitfed to ment is true, and I am not at all man said: "Mjwanie i had twenty-liv- e Secured Laws er A an. FARM AND FIRESIDE. cents to my name, and rablHts, ami enamored of hutch-bre- d And those opposed, tho service of this L m wife and thi" with an rooms. These w civ entered after pass- do so." now I've" got over $100 (showing a attorney OrablV "" hallway. The rock .The Smart In the year 173 thuatrTtwl manaabounding in vegemore than that I will agiee to, namely, On heavv inn daugh- ing through a long 1 air of pride, imagined TRAD eAo7 MARK corpulent roll of bills), and I'm bound fAnd now the poor anlictedoncs. were our-,elKPlungcd into"legnl tHfe,-- " ter Lentie. Setvnan' make buMtie.-- s lloor- - 1..,..-.- . carm-te- 4ti- - with the skins of gers were arbitrary . A theatrical pla- that a well fed game cook, one that has table maer"salt - beneficiid to crojis, to spend every cent of it before morn....,11 :.. ..!.,,.,., !. .....I ...:!. iiiin till ut:ai, huh their tears for dtath, No longer-shein iiiAvi card contained the decree: "W"e heroin no restriction of his liberty, is. so far as but It ii by enabling them to exhaust ing." He did. Pitltbiirgh l.jtt. at home. 1 tlonOnow our But let them flow for life. and I ain't kecntto know; still if it's all were decorated with -- nake -- kins. The- command for the comfort of the public breast meat is concerned, much better the -- oil more rapidly. "? To tell you how theiuarrel grew the same toiniSw'v iea' tell u why old man was silent during our iupec- that person occupv ing tho fir-- t row of eating than if fed up. But to the other It -- aid that lard - the wor-- t sort A Umdon journal seldom takes noI will not even try, von air in tin-- , her? neighborhood. anv- - turn. He ottered no explanation of his seats have to lie down, tho second to varieties, the --ame thing does not apply, of lubricator for the axles of wagons- or tice of any poetry of pros and cons Tho -- trange curreni local event, unless c for decoration and we kneel, the third to sit and the fourth to and thev are much better for the fatten-.n- g carriajres. It ienetrate the hub and how." Is tedious and dry; in some way it is related to the general none. After leaving the troglo1 know they argued high and low, stand." More advice said: The public s I told him tliStU wa. seeking Health pioeesa. If taken out of the yard the .spokes. intereta of the ommunitv onto the larThe uual oaths they swore, and that I thou?btl could find it among dyte we strolled along the beautiful is forbidden to laugh, becniBc tho play anil killed without anv other preparaAnd all the cases cited that If you fear that preserve-- of any ger interests of the nation or the world, Abtolutely little river until noon, when we returned is a tragedy." 1 "Were ever tried bororo. tion, the' are generally scraggy, for bv kind are liable to ferment, thev should and'under no the mountain-,- . circumstances does a rep- - Ti-- from Onlate. tnttica ana rouonm. down." But ff lie heated to the boiling point and whar-Tptsense. to the house. how jour Colonization schemesjJBiping oxerci-- e the tlesh is kept "That's ntable London 01 provincial paper r Time passed, and these contestants strove. these -- ame birds are put up for a s- trfcy are my fren'. WhWa man is out huntm As during the wjtn win increasing rage, thoroughly scalded, to be --afe for tho llHTICItU. XnlltJ 'CMAVTBlt IV. ' LhealUuauUai.,TOjlndat--moiigWwiouweeks, there will be a winter. Th -- arm is true ot soup stock. let UMtxitviiiunLs. unite- The.per-ona- l, tun latest utlcunt, Hltnfl or three until Iiii Will Willi o during wise in puhliu life ana CoUkCrcnrliUl, Croats VTht.lnr ConS, wine er I had remained three week with Mr large numbers Ik v waving nis arm at Hieiea.--e of meat, ami something tains likP uic nere Till Ieath with coldest disregurd Itwton (Jlob. affairs ot tho inAttima, Qalnir, PIn In Chert, MJcCwr domestic, and business . fftlesifUiT)irot'I.iini- Cut on tneir arguments. in a sweep of illustration "w y then Jeflries, whom I found to be, despite manufacturing centers. AN u"r",tut at and eat when on tlie table. Cold meat haoh:An onion chopped dividual are never traveted or dis- Prlce 30 cents a bottlr Bold by Drunzlits asd DealAllowing plaintiffs no appeal. he mout as well go home an' turn his his lack of education, very much of a pnmnnnv ha- -, mirrhascd 4.00? a r s ot Ev should the flesh be not quite so line is browned in butter or fat; add a cussed in the daily press, and even tho ers, fartlti unabltlotndttUthrtr dealer toprompl-Defendants no defense. be ng pronounced in llavor, which I am not hosloose, fur he ain't goin' to find it gentleman. When I thought of leaving land in Florida, Bt UforVtemvUl reetlre two boltlttjtzprtu Clarae spoonful of Hour: when this is quite society jonrnals of England make refer-vnc- e pakt,bg tending one dollar to Also at last, tho lawyers died. nowhar. ilother, kain't you an' I.ontie a sadness oppressed me. My health erected. The best machinerj Js In in prepared to admit, the gain in TUX C1I1RLE3 JUTOGEIIR COXriST, a And w ith a of hot water; their columns to indiv'duah in brown add face, Bel 0ar and Muralvtsrcn. to quality more than compensate-- . As then the af your stumps an' git the stranger a had improved so much that the old man contracted for. Laborer--, .f Tho undertaker grnvoiy said : meat, the velk onlv when they are either distinguished a<lmim, JUrj""t " fence, x ho can put in a few hundnl dollars well advocate that store cattle be sent "Lie here, und try my eup'" little bit to eat while I go out and look deflated I could "jump a ten-raof an egg and the juice and grated rind or notorious. And thus I c!oe my simple talc, to tlie butcher, a that unfattened poul- - of halt a lemon: brown lightly and airterhis critter. Jcs make yourself staked and rideied." 1 don't think I A. T. .sm. Home Items and Topics. Wlth which I'd be content wCould Lbut te.ll what no one knows at home, now, my fren'. I wa'n't keen that Mrs. Jeffries had left oft" knitting estate trv be killed. Both are equally absurd. serve. The Caterer. Probably the larsritet present sixteen locoThere are at jJVhlch'iwaj" the money went. All your own f ault-I- f 'Many methods of fattening poultry to know your business, but sence you for ten" minutes since mv arrival. I transaction "ever brought :p"t by a you remain sick when j ou can Mr8.Georg$Arch(baldt in UurUnatuwllaitt.. have beenjo kind as to tell us w'y we don't know how man Potato and corn fields, where water motive works in the United States, says pairs of socks Get hop bitters that never Fail. of tlu grounds mav be adopted- The simplest is to put is liable to -- and during the winter, the Boston Aaverlwr, bosidesthe shops . . wa'n't to make some ort o' return". We sho had finished, and in truth don't club was the purchase Clubft a co- -t the birds --elected for killinginto Boston Baseball The weakest woman, smallest" child, the companies. Five them don't have a isitor onc't in a ear, and know that she had finished anv, for the bv over $100,000. The werbliged to run by themselves, and feed them on should have furrows run through great- owned by tho railroadengine in a year. and sickest invalid can use hop bitters with of 0X.D TROGLODYTE. turn out an to take surface water oil". It will men can "food a- rice, inai,e and oat meal. when we do$we wants to mako him worlrdh the needles always seemed safety aud great good. either purchase or allow thorgwunds to such is not a verv rapid method, but it ly help the spring work in fitting Mich comfortable? Don't we, mur?" aboutJLhe same length. i , This Old men tottering around fronrKhen-matlsx be sold at auction in lote. tjis gener-allheld- - for ceding to have this job done One day while Jeffries and his wife "Yes, Kedman." kidney trotiblo or any weakness ha the decided advantage that the fat "A hat Captain "VIosoley DiscovThe large discoveries of diamonds considered to have been excellent in the fall. It will also be much better of late years have reduced the price of will be made almost new by using hop bitters. wore away, walking around the small "Don't we. Lentio?" BostonandjjrovKlen.ee tening may be more prolonged, ami forthesoceeedingcrop. investment. The ered In His Search for Health. Chieajo Time. "3Tdy wife and daughter were made Ye- -, sir1 farm the wife carrying her knitting these precious stones from thirty to forty secure "portion of consequently the killing can take place --Tliar?Lknowed it." healthy by the use of hop bitters and 1 recThere are certain uses for fallen per cent Chicaao T'mes Lentie burst into the room and ex- UnilroHtl desired to turn-out- s inten-als- . this reason it is For 1W at wider the property for attWhiloa art- - of men rere waiting ommend them to my people. Methodist claimed: the lies! jdan for tho-- e who only wish leaves gathered as bedding for stock in were unsuccessful. at'ii'lonch-tatio- n a n train, for Q, Mr. Moseley, leaxe here! Please The latest thing in stockings is the hired Clergyman. 5CHAITEK II. siimdv their own tables. The better winter in localities where little grain w to Sunday nights. Chicago Herald. Ask any good doctor if bop Extermination of the blf notis Captain Jed IMoscley was induced to g do! Don't look at me that way, for it I had Intended to continue my to adopt where the bird- - have to grown and straw is. scarce. Their val- girl on Bitter are not tho bet ramilv medicine on the (V inent of Ive frnoiliriwi tvi.-i!- p is because I loe on so that I want you tell a ston. Tlie station agent, after ne, but when the following Oa earth"! more rapidly brought forward, is to ue as manure, however is not sufficient has got a swelled "O but Jack Many neighborhHls have have some cages in a warm room. For to warrant much labor in gathering head," remarked Briggs his sister Mildred. Jim to placing a signal lantern on the end ot a came I could not get in consent. It to leave! bomebodv will kill x on. O, Europe. ".lalarial fever, Ague and BilIoasnes, been cleared atone timeorawther. but for that purpose alone. The' "James, dear," replied U High School will leave every neighborhood as soon as cross-tihad gone home. He had w as not that l was tired of wandering phiase go!" her in my arms, and with after some v ears of quiet kisjlound that this purpose coops, hatching boe or them a good n but not better, cirl, "please say 'an abnorrual craniolog-um- I hop bitters arrive. I caught make mountains; ll the wire runs can all be turned temjwarily development,' not 'swelled head.'" .locked up the squalid little hanty that among think, that the wolves have gathcrel from all into fattening pens. They should not if a- - good, a utraw, especially if the "My mother drove the rrarysitvond was, I haing pas-e- d an her head resting on my shoulder, she ' sen cd asa depot house, and the men evening so delightfully, I fondly con- told me something that "made my blood quarters. There is. in factia steady be too large, and if the room in whk-- latter h cut and only the leavings after Oil City Derrick. neuralgia all out of lwr system with hop migration of the bmte from Serht u pon they are kept is a little dark, all the bet- feeding ued a.-- bedding. Exchange. who were waiting for the "down templated another. leap. TnElatost thing in raps Spanking tho bitters." Ed. Osiecgo Sim.' t"TKcep the kidneys healthy with hop When your father roturns to the Europe. Asiatic species aroonstantly ter, so Ion - as that doe not mean that lire-iMany each vear wish to change baby before putting it to bed. Don't think o' going so oon." -- hwI freight"' a the wood aid in the bitters and jon need not fear sickness." house," said I, releasing her, "tell him identified in the is badlv ventilated. The object i to their eider to vinegar a- - quickly as pos near the track and were sitting around the old nian Jeil"ries. when, after sadThe foot notes of any good medical Pyrenees. Ice water is rendered harmless and The cradicaUol of thi j it reI and sible. Thi-- change is ell'eeted by the work ought to contain cure-- for corns. my horse, I stood hesitating. "If that I keep the "birds as quiet as io-siit with asmuch patience as men could dlingair" airtcr health. Mr. Moeley, an turn." am gone, but that will soon more refreshing and reviving with hop piague must In? begun in Clma. to prevent the elimination of the food oxvgen of the atmosphere getting up a bitters in each draught. well exercise on such an occasion. The jou willin' to ut up with our rough Lust week Dr. Johnson who was consumed, by exercise. "But they will kill you if jon come "Din yoz iver see sich ignorance!" exfermentation. If a little eider is drawn air The viiror of youth for the aged and in Captain did not yield in ready the into the claimed Biddy, putting her finger intoas a livin', w'y we ken accommodate back." stopping in Vienna with 5 drove ot way ' The warm room i highly beneficial, every day and turned again firm In hop bitters II! goldfish Rlobe; "the water's covvld forho wanotin the liesUrf spirits, but you. o If I was out lookitf airter health, stolen frji his room 'will carrv more or lew oxygen "I will bring men with me. Don't mules, had a pistol """fter urgent solicitations he began. "f wouldn't want a better place than this tell your father anvthing of what yon at the hotel, and the evidence against and if the temperature can bee main- - barrel it A little old vinegar turned in Bhtone. Oi v onder if inisnus expects they ( At the change of life nothing equals with it. Je-- ! will iver cook? Faith, I'll fill it from tho 4 Hop Bitters to allay aU troubles inoWont tained at from sixty to stxty-hvw'ithoutkngeking the ashes from his here is," -- k have discovered. He might say some- ine eotoreu poner as uvt the thiet gree, it will be found that the birds the cider barrel will haeten tho change inesilf." Detroit I'ost. j Thereto." hl?iipe orTefillingit, as the story-tell"Mr. Jeflriet," said I, turning and thing that wquld endanger his life. was so strong that he w forced to r will fatten more rapidly. Every degree even more than cider will. X who known In literature always does, but catching sight of a Innnitiftil face in the Good-bye.- " "The best periodical for ladles to take Tuehk is a woman in Connecticut acknowledge his guilt. H wa given below sixtv means an exhaustion of heat Funnrr. wears a No. 0 shoe. When sho sets her monthly, and from which thoy will receive simply tossing- an old briar root pipe doorway as llfd so, "if I can taking a the choice of standing trial r proIJeef Pudding: Chop line ome nice foot down, her husband walks around it the greatest benefit Is hop bitters." from the body, and a t?tKe manfrom whom he had borrowed board with you I will remain cng,ige v niAi-TKi- t hundred lashe- - on his ban bark, put longation of the proee. a few I will." AT. I. tender cold beef and arrange a thick and says: Mothers with bfckiy, fretful, nursing it, he related, so far as the writer's re- weeks." Not more than a week passed until 1 on with a drover's whip. Ill preferred of beat Italian Journcl. cnildren, will cure the children and benefit Food is an important element in tho layer of it over a layer collection i unerring, the following-Som- e it. The Btor lKing "lean board " ou as cheap as any- returned with ton men.'brave fellow-wii- o the whip and got Dooly h IW not be- - process. It should be of Mich a nature macaroni, which has previously been Don't fret if you can not get into society. themselves by taking hop bitters daily. time ago. when I was in the In- - body" of Thousands die annually from some form hailfeemsd in tho array. Having a , lnuied for twenty minutes in salted Tho ovster is often present at a supper ; flesh and fat only, my health gave nternalKe enue sen-iceI was not considering the cheapness secreted them to advantage, I went to liev e in imtyosing upon he jople the as to produce the food- - mentioned ami for water. Have ready some fresh or when he xvonld perhaps prefer to be at of kidney disease that might have been preabove this piiriwse waj-- fo such an extent tliat I was ad- of accommodation." vented by a timely ue of hop bitters. call on ?Jr. Jeffries. I saw m an instant expense of a trial. Dooly JH.J Itwli- thor- home ia his bed. Boston Courier. vised by a physician to relinquish all are jterhaps the best, though wo may canned tomato which has been bit of Indigestion, weak stomach, IrregulariThen why don't you turn jour horse that his daughter had followed my in- atior. clothing Ik a New York Bowery"Perfectly-fittin- shop ia ties of the bowels, can not exist when hop add buckwheat meal to the list, as that oughly stewed with butter, a labor and seek" a prolonged rest in the a loose an' goun the '" g structions. ine new sjcuuvikui va m Railroad entirely used in France for onion a prig of parsley and a clove or a card announcing: couptry. I had numerous invitations bitter? are used. 1 went into the house. Although the "Come baek airter more health, eh?" in Pennsylvania is remar! aftefor the Is almost two. Pour this tomato over the beef, garments. Everv article sets as nice aa a To maiie. there is one Vat tening. from friends living near the eitv, but 1 sun had come up in a golden burst over said he, with a sly wink at his wife, who number ami cotlines of Its bridges. hen." Ar. Y. Jfail. use Of hop ' A timely namely, that it ha a tendency sprinkle with bread crumbs and bits of accepted none, having decided to isit the jagged peak of the "Eagle's Ne-t- " whole Bitters will keep a year family cost. sat in the corner rattling her knitting Besides thirteen large iroiiptrnctures k to make the ueh xellow. e, bake in oven till brown. .V. butter and Of eour-at a nnle some place far removed from the active In robust health a Ax exchange advises an inquirer as folf that needles. a grand pile of rorks and has many others whiehf span small the white variety doea not do thi- -, but Y. Trilmnt. scenes of man. One day, after bidding looked as though distorted by trees lows: "Don't buy a coach in order to . The rjggt bridge, real genuine sleep and peqictual "Ye, and I hope thai I will find streams and ravine-of it to More cows and calves and Ies your wife, it is much cheaper to child-lfk-To produce all night, take a little hop the, boys a hasty farewell, I mounted a anger e repose foitna length,, in England there is very little meal is wheat is what will make the farmer please her a little sulky." et a cloud that had at dawn enough to last me for some time to that at Manny unk. is mate obtained. To whatever , Kore and set out for the sjhan shades lurked with lowering frown over the come." bitters on retiring. has five soaiis with plate "inters and le money with less work. This idea should be meal, not grain), more and rugged steeps of the Boston Moun- Devil's Knob spread its vulture-lik"How feet above Uiflovol ol I . given (for it b added a little mfc "I reckon vou are tired, Cup'n. Bet- - stand- - eighty-fiv- e nm sfRat"'beinra,3iopt',UHiiinanv"KaJf8ar toKoM8(onIin written us that the best ttaeiHtihsuld Grow Old." It strikes tains, in Arkansaw. The weather was wings, hoNyr'mgbout the" alloy, .and I tor go to led,don"t you think?" tST" Nonegenuine without a bunh of , particularly those m the westine water. ine outlet; y-ii Hops on the white label. Shun all tho wnii charming. The October sun shone with ent down nstwly pour of ram. Is lteaMrnpfrTOO feet tji length, su.t and if Oieix are wuin mixetl be all fanner-- of the State, and it is a notice- way to grow old is not to die young. onuulnt with Iiop"or"Hops"in their name. I have, work Herald. ern part of the merest suggestion of summer there anything thit fa- - Htniei neqaint-anc- e In addTtion to skim milk instead bird- -ater it will Work!' he repeated in surprise. with a through should be fed able fact that the Western Kan-a- s the better. The warmth: the air was refreshing, the e like confinement in a A man's cariosity never reaches tho fethe expense of the various bridges is four or live time, a day, and should farmers acquire an independence in "What work can you do horizon purple with a soft haze and the on a rainy day? Contemplate the dash male standard until some one tell3 him hi" For Giioirs, Conventions, Goodthat of the tunnel near PhuenLxv ille, have what fowl w left taken away a "I will explain years than in any State in the name vas in yesterday's paper. woodland streams, covered with leaves of water againstfthe windows; the night." which, with its approaches, was formed soon a their hunger i appeased, f hey Union. They owe it to the old cow, of 4 all jhucs, sparkled in kaleido-eopi- c bushes inthe yard; the great solid rock. The tunnel Lentie followed me to the door. Her out of the drooping An Irishman tells us of a fight in which may lie erainmed'by linger piece of the and realizing that fact they will s.ll Singing Glasses and the splendor. I made no inquiries: feet long by '27 feet vAle.I'ttH-burgrocks down whose seams the water runs tears rolled down my cheek. one w hole nose left in tho " food if that plan is preferred, but this is anything o the place sooner than the there was onlythat belonged to the ta not whither a road would lead me, but like a Hood of tirs; the despoiled crowd, "and" I found my men anxious for the fun, Vost. k Journal. -- caroely necessary, unless the crops of cows. U'obe pursued my incidental and uncho-ekettK'' Goldtn Davit. rooster, standingonone foot and then, as they termed it. They had not much Higher Schools, the birds are found to be empty. Should The fact is often noted by farmers way. We crossed the river A. LITTLE SKULL OF GOLD. to the lire that murmurs like a longer to wait. turn any of the birds appear to lose their that cr p- - on timothy sod do not start 1iOH?es became scarce, and sometimes I drowsy cat; to the The statement of Dr. Samuel K. Cox, churn without making a sound. When within food should 1m withheld from o quickly and, unless manured heavily, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Wash- No better Books have appeared for years than ittT-l'm wasVompelled to pass the night under in the corner: to the spinning-wheeIn tlie rte-,Ioa short distance of the cave we halted. A Mari-loiithem for a day, when thev will gener wilt not yield nearh so well s afU--r ington, D. C, reads: "Red Star Cough of a NVu York I'roHttilldtator. f a rock. I had brought with me a" re- - which from the the following: under the The boys secreted themselves and I adCare Is entirely free from nil opiates, poiy of food, and as the little stairway soonis to '4hrow up its head vanced. 'Jh moon was shining brightserver-suppl- a ally be all right again, and eager for clover. "There are several reasons for sons and emetics. It is an original combiA harmless yet ghastly sjiurf-pi- n furnish a greater nation of tho best remedial agents, and is Choral Worshio. L. O. Emesscw. A erand. 7"fillcysuTerded abundant their supply. Thi, only refers, howlike the" picture of a tinicoru; the sound ly. T'heold troglodyte sat on his stool. mechanical kull of enumekd gold, with ever, to tlie earlier stages of the process. this. The clover root full itte Church MuMc as harmless as It is effective." amouq" and more nitrogenous fertilizmyself ior my horse suffered. Hv,v- - nf m rtif.i ki iWUII a caDltal of knitting-needle- s and ah. the de- Seeing me he took up his llute. He was a moveable under jaw, and diamomU for, if prolonged more than three or MuMc 75 paRM or and collection f ing material than do timothy roots. The Ut JnSlIternooll,, after traversing a nopase of Antheraj. and 3) snap of beautiful me. Ills manner set back in it- - hollow soekcts foi four weeks, they begin to sicken, and the out of patience with lightful the best llymnTunrs A max had an attack of epilepsy in a page of m!cclUa;Us Conceit iluelc iU Per clover roots penetrate the subsoil, wound around among the smile of beautiful 'lips is there an was insulting. Looking around while tailor 3. man wore lose weight instead of gaining it. bringing up mineral fertility while the tailor's shop, whereupon the rivalfiist fit A noted d mountains and suddenly became so earthlv situation more enjoyably mixed talking to him, I -- aw my men creeping eyes. opposite remarked that "'twas the steep that to pursue it farther seemed with tlie bright and the dreary, a blend- from rock to rock. Eaoh one was an one on a rocent vi-- it to the'City Hall. Therefore, they -- hould le killed as rang.' of timothy roots is mostly near they had ever had there." The Hods! Singer. oon as the. fattening is thought to be a consequence, land impossible, I stopped, and. allow ing mv ing of who-- e charm seizes ., and nnikes 192page. r Oraded forSlnitlns n-- r. The little ornament was a marvol of the complete, or on the first sign of sick- the surface. Asgra-- s has grown for excellent sho't. where, timothy 57 Glc and IMrt Song. 29 Hjrmn Tnnea.'lS Anan eAnother ..JjosatASnSat JJaj Jkwn Sael. You have been in this neighborhood hour foreajjh minute, Vet us them?, and 4 Chants. Attendant and useful waterUI jeweler's art. It waenamolod in perfect ness. The fattening of iowh is so several year- - has had much of its n cteat oowlder-tliahad evidently fallen never tire of time's slow "drag along." long enough. s,aid the old num. "I for the femdns School Teacher eoctt. I'cr c,ox.,S. About two years ago, a prominent of a bleached human -- kull, thoroughly artificial that nature revolts surface fertility exhausted, and the of Chicago was told by his physicians from somegreat Jieight, and sink t) wav," said I, when we were don t want ou here. I warn vou go." imitation "Iv the gold joekev cap at it very soon. JJut this same result stratum beneath - cold and inert. If a that he must die. They said his system Song Greeting. d and a sieep. xwas awaKenett uv music a J allocated around the fire, "U'sterday suppose I don t go? u&wS2'ta 1S5& nothing debilitated that there Can5itibe-iK)-siblfixed to the top of it added toits ghnst-line-- s. is fotmdin all branches of animal and timothv sod is to be cropped next sea- was sobuild on. Ho mado up was mind to the higher c!ko1." tnesnlng lyr that, Colteeeflute. I mused, while exploring a rallej on the other his ratal supposition. x egetable life where forcing is adopted. :Hool.AcademJej. fall plowing is advisable, so as to left to Technological and o her p son, A reporter had his eyes upon that anyone away up here is acquainted side of the river, I found an old man departure." He got some of In.tltnteii. try Why, do you own this country?" Xo food should be given to a bird for allow fro-- t to mellow the soil somewhat Dr. a "new " Golden Medical Discovery" large octa-- obemmaneMiicn ana ong otuijf.. of the hlgn-epace harmonized the skull while the professor was talking with the use of such a mellow-tone- d in- Pierce's Doti't queslion inc." In beautr sitting in f ront of a cave, blowing a flute. jolwllkstrument?-Yei'.aUto an alderman, when sudil(jnly the twelve hours before it i killed, in order as clover roots would do. Frutrie and took it according to directions. He- .ml order, both Fa v rd and rau.lc, classical and aol- evidently a llute. I tried to" engage hirn iri," conversation, IntfrnitlnLr ro evrrv one Also exercl.es 16. is "Old man, 1 will not leae here!" I under jjivv of the skull began to rattle that the crop and stomach may 1h Farmer. began so Improve at once. He kept up tho' I ezcloi i or t oice culture. 0)et. l'er dozen. I will look for the musician." a but he looked so unkindly upon my at- had moved aside and was not standing and the diamonds in the eye socket-rolle- d emptied treatnunt for some months, and is y Anr boot mailed for the retail price. far a- possible. This pro-- , Leaving my hore, I climbed down, tempt that I was couipeH'ed to withdraw directly in front of the cave. well mm. He says the " Discovery" saved.I OLlVEIt DITSOX & CO., Ilo.ton. flesh, -- o often The chattering of vents tainting of the FROST BITES. and stepping, from rock to rock, holding to without being am thewi-e- r his life." He blew a loud, startling note. for Inning C. H DITSOK & CO, SC Broadway, Kew To- rheard tcu feet caused bv decayed food. One of the ?l6ftphngS'and Swinging by "ines, until I een hi in." A jell came up from the cave. A the jaws could be plainly Dis--- o said of his doctor: "He gave metliods I know is to hang the bird IF,PATiE-atA to (iiyirit Atf.ilnst the Iiln and to draw lest reached a little valley. The sounds of I could "He's been thar a dozen xetrs or body of rough men rushed forth. I away, and was calculated the reporter by the legs and then thmt a pointed me so much medicine that I was sick a uTort Cuif.etl ly Freezing tin- ric-.li- . It was almott Imperil the.lrute, aftjsr I descended, wen- - not more." replied long time after I got well." "Xolnxly dodged behind a rock, and my mun tention. The alderman and ble breathe that the chattering about the samt. knife into the roof of the mouth, rather - Much of the Jain and quite so distinct as before, for I could know J when he comfeor win he come. fired. U'ild x ells arose. Then came a WKzELX'W3m mj tonottrllJ. through U.In now hear the. noise of swiftlv running He ri'M-- r leaves the eae. When he hand to hand tight. I knocked the old instant. It has a fascinating and.awe-inspirin- g in the direction of the baek than the follow the freezing of any part of the Wrecked Health. Ely's Cream Bairn s father, who top of the skull. This ih in order to effect upon the city water not d rush, nor a roar, but a ain't inside besets at the door an' blows man down with a pistol. The light was short time I was entireVictims of youthful indiscretions sufferensues body, might be avoided if those who are ing from nervous debility, lack of J quigndft of water, if I may ly relleied. Jly head d for an instant and reach the brain, a a music outcu a piece !o' tishitf mAv. 1 desperate. Two of mv men fell and stood exposed to intense cold would recollect bs sot herd so clear impaired memory, and kindred then acted as though he doubted his very speedily, and with very little pain phrase. . Turning a sharp ledge of rock. may not have a verj- - good xear fur ," rolled into the river. The nniiie rang symptoms, should send threo letter stamps fHAYFEVER(yJ nor voter to strocz la to 'the victim. Tlie bin! should ho that the aee'dent is not Usually discovvision. The chattering and .aw fte4nJus;i:ai'5tD? on ,a intone. , years. I rcconuaend give me my choice, Iisenin to with the large illustrated treatise, giving means ,JusiJ)Slow him o'small river swept a but calf ur that olefelIer.au' blamed ruffians, terrible din. At - hist the would stop for a moment, as though the allowed to hang' until the blood has ers! before the- mischief Is done. The for cenain cure, with numerous testimo,. of theiusehp- !eatcn. this admirable remedy seeing thin' - ceased to How, and then be plucked im to all afflicted with caalong, and back of him, 1 -- oon discov- - ef 1 wouldn't tell tile, calf to go ahead." sprang into the mer. only a few of bku'I was tired bv the exertion of rateffect of cold is to (leatro the sensibilnials. Address World's Dispensary Medical tarrh or colds in tho T Ilino' it-- tinv fi(Hi iirithr.. only to be mediately, for. it is scarcely necessary Association, Buffalo, IS. Y. crcd was a cave. As I neared him, he -. .. , , head. J O. Ticniacoit, ity of the exposed parts, and the discovDoes he ever allow any one to enter them escaped. The old troglodyte sat Mcrcbtnt, EHiabeth, more to say, it is much easier to pmcKanewiy ery that a patt is fro'en is usually cchsed playing, but did not arise. He up. Convulsheh he tore away the long renewed the next moment withprofa- K.J. the cave? ' like a A pjiettt young lady's face is killed lowl than one which lias been was a very old man, with long, white viiror. Finally the renorters ( vzk.. Cream Bnlm Is a "O. yes He's sorter eurions. but if white hair and whisker-- , revealing the sioiml instinct got the better of him. dead for some time. Hie former is made by another, who sacs the change town clock because you generally glance I remedy upon t?Rwhkdcersaaad long, snowy hair siat fell -a . J in color, and the waxen appearance pe at it while passing. ii uj of correct vou lon't pay no attention to him. it's fa e of a comparatively young man. Wc and he . Tta IfiVslioulders-the professor to tell warm, the latter is cold. In all eases culiar to frozen llesli. J lie ears being and can ba dlMar all right. Anybody can go up an" walk bound him ami entered the eae. After him all about the arrangement. The where fowls are killed to be sent to drpended upon. 90 HAT EEVER thisdranrl5!. COCtS.ct. "How are sir?" said I, though DT "I"rallty, thy Xme I Woman." so thin, and exposed 01 both sides, are at tlie cave, whieh the tell mo is a entering the old man's room we noticed hearty laugh market, thev should be plucked by tlm usually the first to sutler. Bending the complied, narriUt. nail reslstered. Sample bottle by mall 10 cts. Elt , r with badtgrace, for I could not help but into . y. curious place. Lsntie hofe has been in that a rock had been removed, discox- - latterthe effect of with a joke. Bboi., Dralti,Oeg0, farmer, and" the feathers obtained will ta fmlL often hi little stare Hf Mini thar. I neverhad much curiosity about ering a dark apartment. It was a large over the first place," said he, "the more than repay the labor of plucking, ear- - against the head, so that they may That dm "Us true, 'tisin bodv. a pity. true, tis "In contact, is a -the old feller.- - His music is enough for distillery. A passage led to the river, skull is worked by a current of olec- -t though that be not the object of doing derive warmth from the .And pity 'tis, 'tis true." peel to be, lie replied. better precaution in veay cold weather, fsr down the stream. A complete exme. Dr. ?ierce"s " Favorite Prescription" is v by a little 1Do you live in this neighborhood?" than ear muff-- . Thenbse'and cheeks tho ben restorative tonic for physical frailtWhat kind of place is it inside? 1 ploration showed how perfect were w inch I generatedmy pocket, andbattery this work. transcarry in "I live in there," pointing toward the asked, turning to entie. The question of dressing for market is are al-- o liable to suffer, especially if y- in immM. or female weaknesses or de- - I rTVM.ul....lll(h.in1U1hW,t1 bMWRtBl their arrangements. TMP rMne--l TJ. tirrwta . ... - caver f. , . ---j -- Very quaint, she replied, "even .6b.-- . The old troglodyte proved to be a mitted over wires no heavier than one which I should like to deal with in one - driving. Even When there is no ruSCJuj.-u.SiLAl strands of thread." letter, for there is too much in wind, the motion of the sleigh or other XO one QOllar. alone?" -another apDswotiJive, d " J . i'ar farui.r paruea- Kansas outlaw. He was ) thing you see suggests the peculiar He illustrated the workiMKc it to be disposed of in a sjiort paragraph. vehicle produces 'Ycs, and seek-ncflinpany.1 the same effect. old man. sent baek to that State and was hanged. case on trial In New YorH THE character of the IX a gTeat will HAVANA CIOAR But meanwhile one or two hints 011 Whatever part mav be frozen, all circufx. von. . , . 'Judornot mean to intrude upon My men preferred to camp after re-- 1 ornament by pruningthe old '(.) klui"x!i scholrtr.-s-siihlast summer 1G9 exceptions wer Ukon. which completed the elcctrkJJuit packing up the fowls may be given. lation has ceased; the treatment should was an exceptional case AT. But tiis ife-!man. in admiration oi in uaugnier s covering the dead bodies of their com and caused the teeth to rattle. x am secKing quiet. Graphic. Many poulterers prefer to kill the fowls be such as will restore this as gradually . R. U. AWARE readiness of expression. "I never had j rades. When I returned to the house I "It wa made in Paris," resumed Mr. as their trade demands, and in such as possible. The unfortunate person "I 6hould not have known that you inucii money, an i vc always nau 10 found Lentie prostrated from excite-meu- t. THAT can be had for No Safer ItEMEnT were here, Miif you had kepi quiet. Lorillard's Glima. Plug The old gentleman was almost Schiiltz, "and is worth 100; a$ least eases tlie producers have nothing to do ought never to be taken into a warm Couch' and Colds, than "Broicn's Bronmy wife, but wc sent work hard, me an' is room, but the frozen part should be. "And if you hail kefrt away from this InparinK a red tin tag; that LoriHard" chial Troches." Sold only in boxes. 5ct off to school, d'idn't we, Xanev?" wild. Then I explained how Lentie, that is what its duplicate will cost any with either killing or drossing. This place you would never have known but Lentie Redman," replied the wife, while gathering nuts, had heard several person who wants one. Yes; the price not the most satisfactory way, but it is thawed in the cold by the application Ross Lenftlnocut; that LoriUard- "Ye, Na--T Cllapln.nna quthat Lorlllard Snmffis, art) as it seems, when a dealer weighs sne Deal an u . that 1"wm quiet." mon speak of killing me if I ever at- - is rather steep, but 5 on must consider a common one in England. Where of snow, or in its absence, of ice powOdd " uui knitting to recover a """" inu i Here he took tip his lluto and began fumbling with her inai wic ormum-ii- i mis 10 oe very care- noultererers do buy them dead, much dered line, and by bathing with d a fish he always counts in the scales. tempted to ro near the cave atrain. lost stitch." fully and cicely adjusted, and that it is depends upon the way in which they water. After the parts are thawed, and blow a dismal tune, which I took to to lmlnut-S- a "Ye an' the beauty o' it is, , -- Wall, this do beat anything ever be ajBttu!Hv signal thatthc con- - Lentie we did,asharaed o her old dad. heard about," exclaimed the old Iman. made of platinum and the best of gold; are packed. I have often seen pack- the circulation restored, they remain Pike"" Toothache Drsors curein ain'l? Glenn' Sulphur Soap heals and beautifies. 25c. t!TapmlUaKE:tTfortbaDo-:!a;Bthe opened, vccKitogajjo far . aa jt conterjaed the nuthcr,-- ainvou. .Lentie?" Coiuc Remover kills Corns a Bunions. kbifi --Hd.r lose "I heard the shootin', an' J didn't know besides, No; diamonds alone areof some ages of dead fowls been put into which very sensitive to sudden chauges of GO-iM no cheap counterfeits, have the contents had value. carelessly, temperatuie, and that painful affliction hmra bo c i .. - vcrierable troglotlyte, was closed. I "Pa, you ought to be slapped for ask- - J what it was about, but if mur thar rnJTWO rorrE3 Pais. lnlt.mceT.", ventured to make another remark, but tm;ttarliaaVAirt3u:TKvnS-c-it!i!lM-one with the result that they were all known as chilblains fbllows. For this D0J't cry orer spilt milk," or you'll be rejoined, hajln't hil me I woulder jined in. Wall, yet been made. The highest-price- d . ' r tbcmoiiraful tones of bis long yellow ing such a question," to aay affrr4 plrexarnl;l,'-fined far adulterating the article. jumbled up, damaged here and theie, variety of remedies are shm, I never knovved 1 ever saw was marked at $65." T great lore I1J. 1. 4. 2 J1 l.19I rnrixi ' 'mite wro'the only' reply I received. bounding to the old ni3n s side and en- blaht my stupid Laughing over recollections of sonio and the appearance spoiled. It is not Each physician has his favorite that thar was a "stillery so close. I've of circling his neck with her arms." BTXTSAUSD Kurnt he had had with the pin, to be wondered in -- uch cases that the rethe sjort Returning to mv horse, after discover-V- c euro,"- and -- each family its "best hore night airter night, suffcrm' fur "Thar, now.'! said he. "we don't m uu ki ts I Magic Charm ............ ). one. Either hampers or ing a way by which I could lead him wan't no spectiekel. Set dow n an' tell tOf ltUlj a drink, wicn thar was oceans o' the iinIUl- - turn is a poorbe used, and the greatest vmedv in the world." Among the PERSIAN Fascinaiea obstinate lovers.r.a darky almost to deathivfttTi it boxes should down to the vallev, I continued mv our frien' conr"- wards on popular applications Is kerosene, used tastes- - Exhales a dellehtfol odor. slcKness ana .!r stud' in the neighborhood. But say, M!??SfRi.sauuco..-r--tf- j r-- na. 2 i about the cave." . Is simply wonder- - ' -The man was so much care ought lo be taken that thev: arc as a linimont. Solutions of sal ammoniwaywarskeomse.- - -- The sounds,of the fol. Send -- 5c for .ample. Sells at slcht. Agents "All that'ITcould tell would not bo Cap'n, we kaint stay here no jjongei. yesterday. that his knees frightened flHtftfoUdwcd jnc'and even after I had half Wanted. JAPANESE SPECIALTY CO, Chicago. I1U anil clean. I prefer hampers, but ac, sulplutt- of zinc, and knocked to- sweet of Hand-Boo- k Them fellers what got away will think -FREE. sointercstinr- - ns a visit to the so easily be nostrils 'crossetl tnefivcrrfc-whlA'mfaithful that I was, the cause o' ther downfall." gether and histhose of cvpatnlSl, just thev cannot for cleanedreason the as can lead, nrffamonn the remedies in com i I li A. P. HCET. we will to and see it." i LH I t3J 8.AU'ys, WasUactos. D.C latter mon iit CRA?Y IH as I have seen . that swam like a duck, I could hear Tf riirr ahorse iffalarni. boxes, and f.tlrr. till hore Paieat "You can pack up and go to town I """ " "" had to take the pin to pieces and ex- must be pronounced safest to use. The adv ieo of a phv sieian. American the melancholy w,ajl of the old man's wonh VI.hlnr I I ppe cheaper thaa ;t with us." Fend Hand get 5 worth; rj worth for 50c; ciuiTKn S3 for 36c. Pieces from NeckwearO and U factory 111. LADIES 4 aums xvv.i xor itsHuwaup lugabrkms overture. I Tmd not proinside of box or basket ought first to be ncsf morning. xhen the "shoutLentie clapped her hands. The old plain all its details to completely ov cnlars 10 ( J. DXE, ttawmla, A. X CO., Chicago, Jn ds -it colors. JLAKE M.'1-his fright. But this thin" is lined throughout with a damp bnt perceeded ven' far, after crossin ' the river, ing sun" rosejis though freshened by lady who hatlthrown down her knitting is to be more Where We Get Our Mustara. until I came to a large log hoiue built the rain. Lentie and I set out for the made a movement toward me, then sat nothiugto a trick skull I haveiifmv fectly clean cloth; if there l PURGATIVE HH m ,. ,' close agamst the side of a mountain. It abode of the venerable troglodyte. The down, took up her knitting and rattled trofessional collection. In exnbiti!irit than one row therein, similar cloths Tho English word mustard is said to mesmerized skull. Jjt is a should be laid between each layer, xvith WR6jjWyiqihUBeJ had seen for some distance was not great, for we were not the needles. Lentie placed her hand in mystifying delusion, which always one on top before the lid is fastened have originated in the Fremi phrase, tirtypMjd,ar'was not likely to sec an- - more than out of si"iitof the house until mine. I kis-c- d her. ir causes a sensation and can not be de- down. But the next great thing is to moult niearde I wisn ardently which otbMM Twy soon, I dismounted, tied Wc could eeth'e river. The old fellow "Wall," said the old man. The old tected. The skull is a e? ' r , imsMjt&i gennise one. pack tho birds hrraly, so that they will was tlm motto of theDukcpf Burguidy. opened the must have.besaeatin"- his breakfast, for lady rattled her needles. "She's yonrn, and SOW- Srude gate with the intention of knock- - we heard nothing 0f the llute until we I reckon," said tho old man. "Thought I first placo it upon a sheet of ordinary not move. This ran easily be done fa vgiinl for. the assistanc rcndered to "Aj,,"-s"i"-j- ?' s fi?i "";xcv.v-?-.-"T.'.s a .. .utwCTi and tnent malcable CatharUoand PIU. ing at thedoor, when an enormous dog. had crossed this rivet in a ranoe which to from the fust. ..Mother, we'd better window glass laid across the top-0- f the without tlie slightest danger'of damage him b$ 1,UQD men obtained fron Dijon., 4wwM,ejj. "I bn oauv iiivaav , hT D , UeWttt, ""Ifc" Lro??1 practto .e ao 2"rSJWi-- - S?f . thatdeelc&l --sore 3ke a lionT tounded we f onnd'under tho willows. When wc' see about packin' up. Stir your stumps, backs of two ordinary chairs arrnrred a to them, and die packing will maintain he permitted his armorial bearings to "in mT 3S cts. laI iUo9h Valubl Z. 8. mail fot rigidity.-BealStephen Ki and came started uuthe'.bahk the old man ap- for you're goin' to be a town lady in few feet apart to show that no ehjcuical their shape" and fron behind, an -be placed above the principal gates of ijfe. Treated aad enrti wlte in Country Gentleman, 1 L li 1 F R Q at mo With a roar. I sprang on to the peared and begad to blow a blast of your oJc ace?' Opic P. Head, in Arkan-sai- o wires are attached to it. TheaI pass --A"TS ; OaSeera' pay fre sent free. Aare the town. In time the middle won! of Wfc Ji 1 1.11 1 commissions; lleaerter relleT CilCER Boofc en treatment Aurora. aC,L the 3kull around for inspection. When rPOND.JD fgaceand cjimletl up a grapevine de-- solemn notes. 4 years; cujeffacd, and the other Increase; experience is Traveler. Fashionable ladies who get them' the motto B'eiBsornofee. "Write for circulars and laws. replaced oh the glass shelf the skull will "Wo want to look in the cave," said on the labels winch 1013 A. W. SON. Clncliui.Tl. themselves talked about by dome eccen-Iri- f two ?" for when I ventured to look down, there Lenue- Lrcy Stone regretfully admits that, answer questions by nods or side move containing are no longer said to be the merchants n.1 , things WKITTKCI and a cigar or whistle'at the b stood oa the fnee gazing at we. "Well, you're lookine- - in the cae,' while women do most of tho amateur ments, asar 7 MW lids coVidiuen' ' .ad sc.it all ovor tho i ooldly t Their A. 1. MSil J d cnurv. jidRiiA trouble QrophiA-word of coram' aMTl-W- -. Jose:-- ' yeiieu"a xoice. ."come ho replied, playing on pianos, they coraDo world. ff. T. xruih "ion Xtart pay aV. Y. amt be to )MNrvt mk as 'UhUok scarcely any of the music. "But w wiffigtp jep in." ?rprj. & The -- Courier. him. t Wiln onlr wanted to OhiV mu-itrb- "Old rcntlemnn, encd ii- I -- Q!FAC0JS Off CO CO r. t'J CO CO -- P!--- 1 a-a- ,11 1 I t- 1 BStsa'-T.atoO- at -- 1 rs di-po- -- , nxplrcd-that-verynltf- htr-' GERijaWreMEOi - O sh-h- i j I I i! i er lire-pla- e ce ll 1 .'KM 1 6-- 1 faS4 - ; i ISaeetssontox-roarvULAC- a , nil-S- he -- self-impos- ed - one-thir- d. fv I . u f f i- ! I - ' i- i- ; ! - m i ta-t- Red Star oughu1 RRCabSURE ed loo-en- . ri -- ! tliHBRl dr'neuP. "vo-ntr- fort-ru.- ht "r 4 t- - 1 1 11 y and-aw-mil- lre re-pe- ct tttble-poonf- ul ed we!l--ea-on- il 1 sr - .- - m, jonr-mornin- " sj-te- m m e, l blue-topp- ed ab-orbe- nt, h had-bui- lt n -- a- Vo-g- as I bh se, I - er i tay-kut- le con-eque- nt -- - non-reside- nt hou-of"- ob-j.-tio-u, l.-R- e -- 'o, ..... -- Xor-ristoi- cn vile.pois-onousbt- ug to-nig- farm-hous- tni. f-- ed h 1 Lwe-ittoc- -x- l, n a-- serai-gloo- m i- grass,-neithe- r m-- ee, Sii-re- , do--e- B, sleight-of-han- -- jn ai rSSMSi J- Exer-cl$e- a. live-on- fe citi-re- bright-colore- i- e, -, at - a--s - m m to-da- Ha-die- -- - rr - Mr.-JulTrie- s. CATARRH ob-erv- ed spell-boun- then-deat- h mil-ic- Kara ff Hsau5J3 M3i:-- eye-rollin- g - -- .j .,-.- ... ,- I -- ba-oug- ht .. Efffl -..-v-..--. ZJOMJ-",,"""Vijkrrrom!: fM-rii ba-e- d . uUVipyS&PJi"! o .- . i- SliiSSffi .. cne-pe- ei. -o- once-note- l -! "I"!' " - k, ... I m ice-col- CONSUMPTION. 7l tboa.aaIofc-K.ftBrwaril ! M 4--d' AS pro-jose- d. ..,.. - VT-- plaoc-To-morro- - sub-aceta- S te y w , .i-n- APIF.Q99WE OTerSll-sfOrpatchvtork. I 1 in-Earl- y Agri-cuUnri-nL 1 cr-co- Se-- s- PARSONS', . - Zi rVJ-S- Hi - -- rind omi.- uriu -.- -- othr.-J.J)enl- aon, ash-hoppe- r, c, E. -- be-a- me were-printe- d s "" K - toCOP-lC- O-- - to. j- -- EH0"tT-XA- - . i Z3-- . c4 V 5, v -- - 0 1? ll -- w j. v. ! 1 ;.-.-, A u LOCAL NEWS. Hubbard tfnd wife, ?cck for a winters sojourn in the city of Mexico. j. u ...... jeutius Industrial schools for cjrls are growing more popular and general. Heretofore, they havo been confined to the cities aud ior mo most, part a Kind of charity movement, but no w they are gradually extending out to small towns and the country. In these schools little girls are learned to cut and make garments by competent teachers a most useful and absolute uece.usity to the education ofniue-tenth- s of tho women of this conn-trThe usual plea is that ,;motu-er- s will learn them," but mothers as a rule are no more competent to this work, thoroughly, than to manage their literary education without a teacher. Hero's a field y. If you want some nice Cranberry tad Mince Meal, go to J. W. BOGERS. - - Tfie Patlacali Planing Mill was "destroyed by fire, Priday last. IdM t25,000. Insured tor 814,000. Bauce, ,- Miaee Meat, Jke. Note Plaut'a Removal. . " Dr. .. Buck and A. T. Wilson, bare a hub f tutorr tit Harris BtitionTttm., an I will kooii add MK&iriery access try to j un a hoop Jhciory for some good, live, energetic, Bros & Co's, you can find gressive educated lady. JAT flint MllHgnne, be Watchmaker. Hi3 work j,0. pro- ku pTorem km reliability. gCTs?' B Brevard, hardware ''Mtrftftnt, will move his store into ikBobinson block, l:to occupied by" Holcorabe's drug ttorc, proba- bly next week. h m Jfever Give Up. you are suffering with low and Je Eressed pplrits, loss of appetite, general disordered blood, weak constitution, headaohe, or any disease of a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electric Bitten. You will be surprised toeo tbe rapid improvement that will follow; iJNfJee line of Rodger's Bro. Genuine jou will be inspired with new life; Btrtogth ftlppl Elated SILVER WARE, warrant and activity will return; pain and mirj will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice jtL J. W. CORMAN, & CO. in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottto 4 Moore & Lan&um'a -- Tjie thermometer marked two Drug Stow. . If -- iegreea below zero yesterday at 7 if., and six below on Friday the Our reporter called at the 9ili,rihe latter being the coldest court house yesterday in quest of A. tn mcKmaniJ,bumAitcr ft r-- ; . BP. i tK i .. ".iwbtoi , uun re tabvd to .FJaut Bros. & Co'a - vFHH. A 9R highrsen&itional itemed if it causes I news :uid obtained the following ff h 1 .1 President Arthur has been Compelled to reconsider his determination to visit the Xew Orleans Exposition during February. He hopeB, however, to attend the Ex- position as a private citizen after the expiration of his official term. Notice! Alexandre & Ati persons indented to us will confer a xaTor dj coming lorwaru and settling ac conn ta at once. Jan. 9, 1885. Maxwell. anyining iikc ino, excitement in our reader's minds that it was creating in court circles, we shall not regret its publication. It was as follows : "Dick T,vler and T. R. McMahan have locked horns over a game of drafts. Umpires, Judge R. S. Murrcll nndShcriff W. A, Shuck; W. P. Taylor, manager and fireman; amlA. C. Holmes, musical direc'or.'f When officers and lawyers are thus at bay, the people may continue to smile and be happy. In a discussion of the Interstate Commerce Hill hv the Sen- 0 MAKE JBIG CLAIMS in nrint to mv mv-- Fnrnifnrn Mr. George Warren, editor of ate Friday last, SenatoV Williams tho iiiRf the Hickman CouniKR, has beem01. Kentucky, had the following; requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the 4&m&h favorably mentioned as Senator in v,lul regard to the Kentucky Kan ...- - ".in Mie prooi is a more Uiiiicult matter. IMonc of my would-b- e g!gi"gg the Legislature iu place of Mr. road Commission: riwieer dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the ' I confess that the inclinations Yaughu, recently deceased. Evevening, some other evening," is what they say when ery paper in his district handsome- of my own mind are in favor of a iTl so,,a reason tor their claim, that they keep "the best" ! ly endorses his candidature. Wo a commission. Wo had a commis goods. .j:,e?n)' is need such men as Mr. Warren in sion iu my own Slate partly to wake them a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish go by "blowing," but it is not my way. my instrumentality. Tlio our Legislature men of business inroiign brains. Hid wo send more roads had all sorts of rates and and of Balance of our heavy Winter Goods, previous to SCocfc taking "We A commissuch men to Frankfort our Stato extortinato charges. are determined to reduce our sion was appointed merely with a would be in a better condition financially It is a sad fact that a supervisory power, and tho very considerable majority of our aver- first year of its existence the roads is Ae thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate BSTLOW PRICE$& Goods. This is the point and efccence of this discourse, age legislators can neither draft a all came to terms, not by any co- with bill nor comprehend its signifi- ercion, but they got together and anu makes horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you cance and effect after it is draft- settled their faics and freights know what good bUHNlTUREU, and perhaps vou don't; if you want tlierefore wc must sell cheaper than any other house In the city Beed. Eusselvillo Herald Enter- upon such terms of equity and the tcsbgive me a call and I will show you. cause we have the largest Stock and can afford io sacrifice what nol justice, that the people were satisprise. I am also agent for the Diamond Sewing Machine, the wish to carry over. A full lie of winter Goods, fresh "and new nt a fied. They reduced the maximum ladies Viend. sacrifice. Come and see for yourself and siinnlv vour wnntA 'h;io " "" wvi- The above conies from our able charges upon all the roads to three it . N. 11. 1 5li0 i,ave the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will tunitv favors you. contemporary, the Hickman Cou- cents a mile for passenger travel, W PRICES- .Customers politely served on short norier, of which its editor, Geo. War- and some of them carried for much tice. More across the street from Holcombe's new drug store, less, and upon coal aud other hearen, has been mentioned by tho Kcspectfullv, press of this district as a suitable vy commodities tho charge was man to fill the unexpired term in reduced so as to divide traffic in GrARDZSTER. tho Upper House of the General grain and open coal mines through oi is Assembly of Kentucky. While the State everywhere along the tho unexpired time is quito short, line of tho roads. Now, why can aud the remuneration very little, not that be done? But after the wo cannot sec how Mr. Warren, first 3'ear tho roads got over their who is a consistent Democrat, can scare and nothing elso has been refuse to servo the people when done, and tiio commission is not called upon. Ho is so well known now worth a cent. SUCCESSORS TO and has such a larcro circle of friends that a heated canvass JInrrlcd. N IPOnTXJjSTTi & would hardly be necessary. HowWho Made the Low In Fulton. "Wednesday evening tho 21t, ever, Mr. Warron does not say Mr. Alex. N. Tajlor, to Mis Laura J T that ho would not accept tho po- Craig. xoxsition, and we don't believe he In theCounty.on the 21st, Mr. Jeff DaJ- ? FOSt SYATIS KKXATOlt. Tlie Kentucky Kailroad mission. 11 c un I ii k Compliments JbVoiu Com- the 11 ess. XT IS jES! CLOSING OUT SALE. !!i Q,XJA.ILaIT" light-runni- ng first-cla- ss SfeVWigk3deetgi wo-d- ". r,,. '' E. T. if IfLAUT BROS. & CO., ill wm umn mw. t XvffijQ;FJ, P. COMPANY. j Price decline to make tho race. He can have the unexpired term if ho likes aud a second one also, without a great struggle. Fultonian. will vis to Miss Nannie S. Roper. On the 21st, at the residence of the brides father, Mr. John Mubb. by llev Mr. Heflley, Mr. O. W. Nwton to Mirs Mattie F. Stuhbs. The public roads are in a very uau couuiuon xo travel, being frozen on the surface and so imiddy in some places, that it is with difficulty the horse plods bis way. i PURE country made APPLE VIN'EGAlt at Cowgill'g Drug Btore. v d For the last few days we have Tho Monitor of last week had T. P. WILBURN &OX had several lively discussions on an articlo favoring Mr, George years." different subjects, and all of the C2?""3.f re rooms in new Odd Fellows building. Warren,' of Hickman, for State Bottles Freo at Moore IE.X.EIIS I2ST participants remained in good hu- UTrial Drug Store. Large Sire 1.00. Z&TAll kinds of Repairing done on short notice, and in a workmanship etja. Ao Senator to fill the unexpired term wc are prepared to give special inducements as mor. It is differences of opinion DR KS, MEDICINES ROOK?, STATIONARY, and School Supplier of Mr. Yaughan, deceased. There Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS 1 which produces thought. 'J hat is The Louisville Commercial is no one in the district better SU.NDUIES, PAINTS, OILS, &t right boys, stand by your convic- says, "the creamery has como to qualified for the place than Mr. f . Tests fur the white sewing machine. tions. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE. Kentucky to staj'," aud instances Warren, and if ho wants it, thero Hugh M". Saunders, wife and successful enterprises of this is no one whom we would rather It LlilOOREcan be found al I)r FARI5' Office, to nttend night calls at Moore & IIickman, Kv , Jan. 20th, 1SS5. mother, arrived this morning. kind at Stantlford, Shelbyvillc, see have it. Mayfield Democrat. UuiJrunJs. Council met. Present, Mayor Cowgill, They have come to remain. We Labauon and Georgetown. A pracCouncilmen Bcckman, French, Moore, welcome them into onr midst, and tical creamery man, speaking of 1 Curd. Cape, Kamage and Witting. bopo that their sojourn with us this section says, "they cannot be The minutes of Tho pnblishcd proceedings f read, approved and the Inat meeting wore run successfully in localities where may be pleasant and profitable. signed. K milk and cream command high the City Council says that, "T. V. 11'rmceton Argus. ACC0UNT3 AIXOWED prices, in this county the de- Wallace having failed to qualify The following accounts were presented, 3Tote one fact, hard limes or mand for milk and cream is larger and signified his intention not to properly approved, and on motion, were Our Stock is complete in all linea,? and wo will sell v?ry Idst turj Rood times, that the regular and than the supply. There are many qualify as City Marshal, on motion ordered paid: Goods bought of us. live advertisers in the Hickman fanner-- however, who get more the office was declared vacant, MANUFACTURERS C? 90. E. T. Gardner, Couriek, always flourish like the milk at fee." This ip all proper and S5 00 French & Plammer, coal green bay tree. This is an unan- cows tlth.-.- they use. and haveniore no doubt, so far as the GOODS, SHOES, CITY ATTORNEY. a creamery the. swerable argument, and a constant ostablitdunen! mil;, be profitable declaration of the Council is On motion fhe City Clerk was given ould invitation to others, come and do to such. BOOTS, concerned, but feeling grateful to further time in the matterof Cry Attorney. j likewise. the public for having elected me .m BONDS rRESENTEIJ. io HATS, CAPS, CARPETS City Marshal. I personally desire R. E Millet, City Clerk, presented hi Bnctclcn's Arnlcn flnlvo.1 Dresden, Tenn., has petitionwhy I failed official bond, with A. A. Faris as surf ty ed the Legislature to repeal all The Best Salve in the world fori Cuts, that public to know CLOTHS. AND W. L. MeCutclien lawsjiow in existence incorpora Bruises. Sores. Ulcer. Salt Ithpnm. Fever to qualifv. I was elected Ciy asTrea'urer. with L.presented his bonds Hands, S WINDOTT ting said town. They wish to be! Sores, Tetter, Chapped Eruption, Chilblain,. Marshal in Auguat hist, nud in the W. II Jackson, sureties.L. Underwood and anil and brought in under what is known oorns, cureaall fakin no pay required.poaiIt meantime was appointed to the G M- WHburn, City Marahal, presented tively Piles, or AND SHADES, s the so as to is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, ollice of jailer, a. id fiudiug that, h:s bond, with E. Cace and T. F. Wilburn, the law was positivo in holding sureties. prohibit the sale of liquors within or money refunded. Price 25 cents p?r GEOCERIES, On motion, said bonds were received, box. For Sale at MOORE & LADKUMS. tho two offices incompatible, 1 one mile of tho city. the was compelled to decline one or approved and spread upon duly record; GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH sworn whereupon Mr Holly Turner, having sold Hit. to accept in by Mayorsaid officers were On Tuesday last elections tho other, and chose Cowgill. the Laclede. Hotel to Mr. ZefT, were held for U. S. Senator, with that of jailer. With thanks aud &e LETTER TO J W. THOMAS. of Kansas City, Mo., left Thursday the following results: gratitude to those who elected On motion, ordered that Mayor Cowgill morning for Paducah, which place "We respectfully invite all to call and examine our STOCK befo mo Marshal, and to all others, I address a letter to bc.signed by the CounNew York Wm. Evarts. lie will make his future home. Mr. simply say I shall try and make cil, to Maj. J. W.ThomH", of the N. C. & Indiana Daniel Voorhees., purchasing elsewhere. UefT has taken charge of the La-- nnd Arkansas Election jet in pro- them as good a jailer as I know St. Ij R. It. in regard to the timeIIickmanner trin are run to and from lede? and it is said bas considerably-unp- gress. T. Y. Wallace. how. man. roved that already popular Missouri Geo. Test. TLACED UPON ASSESSORS BOOK. establishment. Colorado Scu'y. Teller. Awn- from Mniile nail FqJcndN. On motion ordered that the Assessor Pennsylvania Don Cameron. From Clinton Uruncral.t . Mr. O. A. Holcombe has movplace upon the Asessors book for taxation DKAI.m I tho old . N. Carolina Z. R. Vauee. A peripatetic individual named all property laidoffiuto loUin East IIicked into his new brick California Lilaud Stnudford. D. T. Thompson died on Mr. Dick man. Holcombe corner, and has decidDll-STFlorida Wilkinson Call. CEMETERY XOAD DRUGS, MEDICINES, FAINTS edly the neatest and nicest arGriffey's place last Thursday. Mr. Connecticut O. H. Pratt. to the On motion, any action in regard Griffey found him in a dying conranged drug store in Western ditional! an old log hut near the Cemetery gravel road be deferred until Kentucky. Ho looks "at home . ieb: 32: ; ass: IST. Mr. Alex. N. Taylor, editor of 21. &. O. iv. It., and hail mm mov- next meeting. again" in his new corner, and beFLBE rNBrECTIONS. r. X ing an expert and thoroughly the Fulton Fuitoniau, was married, ed into a more comfortable posiIPTIOXS CA RR F (J l. COiirOUSDEDt --& On motion, Mayor Cowgill appoined EST PRESCR qualifiettdruggist, a bright busi Wednesday the 2lst instant, to tion and afforded him every assistMiss Laura J. Craig, tho accom- ance possible, but to no purpose. G.M. Wilburn, City Hue inspector, and he ness is in future for him. immediately a. r. to iwr t plished daughter of that veteran Papers on the person of the dead is hereby ordered duty.proceed that t perform We regret to say that Mr. Democrat, J. H. Craig, of this man A nint Tor Men. adiottrned. the disclosed his Temperance. John Odom, who has been engag- county. We might write several further intelligencename, aud had On. ninitnn Council MILLET, C. R. E. that he The conquered man, prostrate before We moant to havo said somothing on ed here for some time in business, columns of good wishes for tho two children with a man named DUTJGS, his conqnercr, nnd leooming himself a the subject of temporance last week, when was compelled to make an assign- happy young couple, aud then not Hockaday, at Humboldt, Tenn.; poswcHsion, simultaneously loses possesthe matter was first brought up. Bat "o Fnn In Ilcins a Trlnccss. ment last week for the benefit of express the b'ouudlcss prosperity one with a man named Albrittou. sion of whatever thing ho has about him, perhaps it Is not too lato now. TemperA7SJ We understand and happiness we really wish them. his creditors. "Wftlwi and, tucrefVro surrendering his weapon, ance is something that is destined to play The position of tho Princess of PATENT comity, at Cayce that- the settlement will bo made May all tho blessings of life be and one Station, Fulton Y. Flow- ts too exalted a one to permit a much ho sJso yields up, if ho victor demands an important part in the future of this with Rev. Geo. it, whatever part oJ his dress is worth country, for although it has boon referred enjoyment, yet has not tho splen-Jithrough Messrs. Swiggert and theirs. Ak'fifein ers, at Columbus. Thompson was socinlpotentialities of reigning royalty. taking. the nakedness, partial or to incidentally by a great number of perlyp&r will Moor, and that tho assets altogether impecunious and his Thn Princess too, is peculiarly unostencomplete, of tho captive, Incomes addi- - sons in times past. It is only lately that UnMEDIClNiES! nearly cover the liabilities. We Kuppose it isascttledfact remains were buried by the county. tatious, anil evidently finds Uie magnifi- UOliai uliiuiu;cui inaauujujjB""". people havo found out thero was any ion Uity Anchor. uluo w "7""T money Iu It A few years ago a man SEWING MACHINES in Madisonville now, that Colonel cent loneliness of her xositiou an actual in Auyesiuiu su- down to the girdle in tho presence ould Rnd trial. To bo yonng and beautiful, and ft em . The report is enrrent that the Zeno Young will be their next A.3ST3D periors; bnt to equals tho corner of tho idolizMl, and yet to be shut out from flt on ft tlrink j. small-poft is raging in Cairo, from postmaster. Ho is thrice deservcloth is removed only tor a tune auu ' of whisbv or bcer as Uirco bundled per of social amusement, can bo most forms ,1 20 to 30 deaths having occurred ing of such preferment, and would, like occurs in Polynesia. Tho lahitians ronf lint ft tpmtwrmiwi i,h,TO- - could not by no means delightful. Yet, thero are, .; fill the bill to waist in tho low there from this loathsome disease. without question, vorv few MM . of course,the highest houses, even among nucovcr the lxxlv asKing; asanil in tho do-- mako his salt. But now this has all TOILETiKRTICLES 3C Democrat in nobility, to which tho presence of the those of It ib said that during the very cold perfection. He is a of the term, changed. There is so inuoh competition 3 leather that the bed clothing the full acceptation nitv Tries eenerallv tho lower ranks of in the saloon business, and prica and the Princess of Wales can go as an hipreaching "We would say to you, that you nted guest. And, when she does go, an people, by way of respect, strip off their taxes are figured bo close that only a few vas taken from the pest house as has paid something forwo &a, &C. &Ct &c, &c, &c clear a cent at the end of take it, should not neglect the opportunity awful state hedges her around. She is nnper garments in tho presence of their I . a chnrity for some poor persons, what was in him, and Evidently un- the year, while temperance lecturers, principal chiefs. passionately fond of dancing, yet no genand thus the disease spread. A the office should be civetv to him of a lifetime, by not buying some tleman can ask her to dance. Sho it is covering the head has tho same original especially If thoy havo been star drunk, certain European ; very mistaken charity we should as long as he sees fit to hold it. whom Ring night:bell After qIo' CSTPrescriptions filled at any hour, day thing in the lines of choice goods, who sicnals aout tho lwrsonagc when she meaning.tho Even inbetween tho two haa arils sometimo, can rako in their two relation Henderson News. eho usages partner, and, think. desires as hundred dollars a night and lay up half which we arc closing at prime cost. stands up to dance, all other dancers be?n recognized, as by Ford, whp reagainst day of sickness or troublo Another frightful asvlum ca We hayeiuldcd Blankets, Com- must bit down. After circling around marks that "uncloaking in Spain is of it relapse. a It will bo seen, therefore, O " of any presAlljipprehension or a at ent ovcrflow'is'abonr-paBsedstwpens rcp&EuiR shq uvaicni, io onr laajng ou me nav. the room soino Tho that temperance has mado rapid strides feVT ! spitarfior river was rishig at Hickman yes- forts, and'Cardigan Jackets to the pauses and sits half a dozen times, tV--j TfHnaA nn.i.A 4ltl V.. down to rest, ana 'the Eastern and its fnture list, which with Overcoats, Clothing, the remainder of tho waltzers may tnEo W ainonc European people, often during the past few years, the insaue, at Kaukakee. 'ine terday, bnt every indication is fa- and Winter Boots and Shoes, make is bright with promise. Another thing is. retfuced among ourselves to touching the a turn, but as soon as she stanils up asylum was totally destroyed, and vorable for a fall on or about Sat- quite a formidable array. a sort of ctigma hat, is a remnant of that process of un- that as long as thero was This solitary again they must stop. resting on the profession of the misery of the unfortunate .. urday. All tho upper rivers are kind of in early It would pay you, even if you Grand Lama amusing performance can clothing liimself , by which, yielding times, and men who dealt out tho "liquid damnis nitiful to read of. Seven falling, and the weather clear, the captivo oxpressed tho up oi to this kindly, not 1)0 very ation to poison thoir fellow men," drinkteen helpless lunatics were bnrncd- sharp aud cold everywhere. Tjie do not need any of these goods at gentle, amiable lady. She is, I am told, all he had. (Jhicayo ing wa3 popular and agreat many drank present, to buy and lay away for a most accomplished dancer, despite her The loss of life was attrib- break-ualive. of this cold spell may, because it was cunning, and they felt faciliTho old, popular and always reliabl6 Hardware house oi lameness. But, of all tho recrea. utable to a criminal lack of bitter- and doubtless will, bring another future use, as you may never have slight of her life, sho most enjoys driving The ecc8 when discharged from tho they woro doing a cuto thing to break tions ties, aud the Legislature is flood, but that is too far ahead to an opportunity of the kind again. in the oark. In her little victoria, with oyster are irregular shaped objects, only the law. But now that liquor Belling has visiblo to a well trained eye. Tho shell Money saved, is money made, and her sanctioned uy the law. ly denounced because of it. make any intelligent prediction dame de compaynie beside her, she Is first formed in the shape of a ridgo, j become open, and are elected to office and nndliqnor sellers it would prove a most profitable in is free to enjoy tho testimonials of affecExposition at abont. The World's bul gradually expands and at length en- - considered as good as anybody, people- do tion and enthusiasm that meet her everyvestment for you. Try us once. v--t l$ew Orleans is in a bad way. Tho velopes tho oyster. now has a few There abont Hickman corn buyers are pay- ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. where, and no one that notes the gracious hairs with which it Itswims cloa to not cure bo much fun in drinking has fall IT. 8. Government loaned tuem it, and it fa no longer any Imjw u herewith she returns smile and the surface of tho jitcr for a few hours, en into disfavor, or rather into disuse, one million dollars, and before the ing 41c for sacked and shelled deHas a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware ovory salutation can doubt her delight at until its digestive organs fully develop, way all tho livered at Hickman, and 35c in tho unpopular. On the other nd has become rtow is well under which arcWered at her own popularity. Tehrnnry Prediction. when it necks a hard substance, attachoe hand temperance ha come up from al ouey has bMu spent, and the ear. "Sew Orleans quotations itself to it and remains sedentary for the most nothing, and is v.m the best busiThose curious abont tho comconcern $200,00 in debt. The stand at 49c for yellow, and 50c rest of its life. The foodof the oystei ness a man can go iuto, and a field is thus A St.tk numerously inhabited, but not cwployes threfcten to strike, and1 for white, which leaves Hickman ing weather may note theso pre- on the map the stato of suspense. consists of microscopic animal and vegeopened for tho industrious youth of onr 1 placard has been posted threat-- market at 41cf about 5 to 6 cents dictions, for tho month of Februtable matter. Tho sea water contains land to gain ft start in Kfo when all other ary. Thoy are baaed on scientific much of this and is drawn in the gills of avenues to fortune seorned closed. All "wing U barn the Exposition build- better than New Orleans. causes: paid. The IT. Tnx oridnal languages of Italy were the oyster by Buction. Tho mouth always that is needed is for law to mako it illegal ings unless they are Itch, Prairie Mango, aad Scratches of to talk temperanco and give liquor sellers and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to lBt and 2nd, damp and foggy, many, tho Latin dialect being spoken on remains open. S. Commissioners demauded a every kind cured ia SO minutes by WOOL tho freest range, and there would Vw BUch. be exactly as represented. aowhug of what had been done LORD'S SANITARY LOTION. TJee no growing more inclemeHt and cold- tho lowlands of tho Tiber, and inoftime tho becoming tho official language At the Bavarian Industrial Museum a wave of temperanco sweep otot this ' iritk the money. er to tho 7th. ether. This never fails. . would mako conquered Bold by, J. W. COWGILL, 7th to 12th, milder and more empire. Tho Germans tho official Italy there has recently been exhibited a new country as The law has too long been on pertilanand Latin ceased to be hind of flooring files mado from asphalU look sick. JiTew York Sun very Ike Draf gwt, Hickman, Ky. pleasant, rain, and perhaps thun- guage ; ceased to and it is timo it be written, and it in a very simphs way. The drawing of the side of nently aadjastly remarks that the o der Bforras. the intended design is first mado on coarse it was changed and tho temperanco country ceased to be taught, although it con' basuMM troubles of the given a chance. Milwaukee Sun. I3th to 19tb, seasonable weather, tinued to bo spoken. But in its best heavy paper. Then it is covered with LOWER LOWER. long before the election of increasing cold and Jforth days it was more a written than a spoken hits of china and glass, so as to form a Ci with aDswocratic President, and when Allkinds of Groceries kama, sides. b and Northwest winds. language, confined chiefly to the learnea, mosaic. Lastly a Ixmler is mode to the prospect of a will sot American journalism i unset- - the orators and poets, and to legal ilocu--a sheet, and liquid asphalt is poured upon For instance, there isis rich jln names. tkr was everythe Republican as eieap aa tke heapt. I WlKtS 19th to 31st, 6tormy and The best roof for the least money. Experienced workiaea employed. QBdersoId. JOHH -tho Fairplar spernents, tho common people speaking ft After tho whole has been covered, Mtinaation of tied. The attention of builders esp. cially desired as this house will give tl paper is taken away with cold water, (Colorado) Flume; tho Dakota Blizzard, mixed dialoct called tho llomana nistlca. They originated in causes solicited. or country Latin, and it is from this, and wd the "tile is finished. This flooring ia tho Solid Muldoon, of Ouray, Colorado; cial inducements. Correspond-ncIa tke mw. ?:Cftwiefc political parties haveOTH7TT A T?T u sd to bo handsome in appearance, tho Ibmbalone Epilaph, of Nevada; the classic - motfctng to do, and they will terj.w. Rogers hopes hia friends can seJ Pemum it is called the "upper erasr not irom by some not jjatin, that xianan the Jimplccule, of Texas, and tho wrn and to resist damp for an indefinita to case it to cet to ihi '. claimed i i. ur .. . t.. Bazoo, of Missouri " vnn bav nnA, " v., ' .i ;r-. period. era to have been derived. ",",,ro " "-- " rAtrard to nolitical' ne th.n ever. .tLi: k.uunveo " orw,? , , rrZ moai hm a otw(j w wv j. . ivn rrm!-zr-- s &. Lan-Urum- A Great Discovery.' Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., sayA.' "My wite h been neriously affected with a years, and this spring cough for twenty-fiv-e more severely than ever before-- She had used many remedies without relief and being urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did eo, with nioat gratifying results. The first bottle relieved her very much, and the second bottle has absolutely cored her. She has not had eo good health for thirty 's Editor Warren, of the Hickman Courier, in response to the expression in several papers, intimates that if tho people of his senatorial district want him as their State Senator, "Barkis in? willin." Wo think they could nol find a more worthy man and certainly not a better qualified one. Standard. Here's a trio of happy marriages, the brides and bridegroo ns of the best families of Fulton county, all embarking on tho sea matrimonial on the same day with the buoyant hopes of youth and love's expectations. May their every hope be realized. Let the brides ever honor and respect their husbands, and tho bridegrooms ever hold themselves worthy of that respect, and all will be well. Never ceaso to court each others respect and affection as ardently as each do today, and happiness and prosperity will be bound to follow. sCdmr sm Ji W VMlr' -- w$ 1 to our friend and the public generally, that we hare Jnsl rtclvcd an iintnenfie stock of all kinds of Furniture and solicit the trade of parties wish ing to buy. We can ehow all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Alsor a fine line of ur! tte- a'lVS &??55 ?lrl?ttei iteS 'sWSWWr m? WT. & m n js is f ; V-- $. rmki -- 12s 23k s- JV : ,. -. - T'r fr' :k feaKiiV. " - Tr V 1 .:, A - d& ' - -J y ' - K "We proiie to make our prices to suit tho spirit of the times. Yon can st orenre-- J you need never leave oiiHioutc to look for eheifier goods. We pro)OBa to sdl bs lav ua any .retail Furniture s,0re in the ''Purchase. Very respectfully, t mM&& f Contractors and Builders of Houses. PBESCKIPTIOjSTS a. specialty HBRTWECK, BALTZER & CO. , sufli-cien- t, n ofll-c"- al DRY CLOTHING, - "Four-Mile-Law- ," CERTAIN WINDOW QUEENSWARE, OIL . kman, Hentucky BLINDS, OIL PAINTS THE - CI1AS. old: -- reliable A. HOLCOMBE, jm: ja J. MB'S en MS jr Al M, J. W. COWGILL, re C- - Trtisses - d Ht-nc- EW HOME iuii , 1AJ0NT'S -- x hU Hiil i I JCU 1CT, saloon-keepe- rs - . 2i- - Y in-mat- whisky-sellin- g, M&ESiZiIiii - Intcr-Occa- n. p j i O0STE PRICE 3 saloon-keepe- rs whisky-sellin- g, wim ud poo-pl- RCMIFIira. c ! ."-sti- rnnt .!iiV.T--i-- - - -- fc IMIlUOCi - tuiwi tg 1 r. well-inform- -- reai -- -- K-. : ,4ri - -- UOvVtWi jtsi--- " -- V i-- j -- .nj ' ir T -- wffc '' .h ,'- - .- -. .fej f 4 H . K ?i&:" miibii r S " i ,W -- .- -- - - -- 'ilaW&i V t . J".- - li ' " & V . . TE1 WSBUS CGURIEB. IT BE? , Wherein will a new Constitution bi'ueiit the people of Kentucky, is a question frequently asked. Wo answer, it gives an opportunity to accomplish mau. .tct'otmaX' economical and otherwise, which cannot be accomplishWKAT BEXEFIT WU I. T.ie fcstnto ofTllHuois is not only s out of deht. hut has a clear of As nnn nM. The State. of " i.-. . sur-nlu- $1,000,000 Behind. A . SENSATION , Compulsory Educai7 irn " if. .. has come in the history of our IllCKllAX, AT.. Stato that there should hP statu- Offer his professional rerviefs to the Statj Printer J. D. Woods. tory enactment by our Kcgblattire, authors intended or the courts ciiixens of Hickmnn and Ticinity. Can Courier. having for its objetathetfluration have sanctioned. Uv implication Grocorieff be fonn-- at Fortune's Drag Store. COURT OF APPEALS. We agree with the Courier to a oi every uoy anu gin ofTo r Con.- - it lorbuis the exercise by States Joseph Lewie, Chief Justice; Taos, f . 25 els Lcwer than tie lowest dot. It has long been a mystery monwealth. of authority never questioned. Hargis, Thomas Ilines, and W. S. Prysr to us why Kentucky with no bondWe, a3 Kentuckians, are prond The educational bill of Mr. Blair Judges. B. T. O'DANIEL, M. S., 1 have no clerk expeness no stare rra ed debt should be continually in of our great State, onehicli is is of an entirely different charac- xnd ay cash for all Groceries, and CIY OFFICIALS. a financial strait. There must be great in many things which goto ter. It assumes no authority wliat- HIS PROFESSIONAL SER therefore cau sell as cheap as the cheap OFFERS to the citizens ot Hickman uutl Mayor John W. Cowgill. mismanagement somewhere. Only make a great and prosperous peo- - ecr overany community or State, Best brands of Wittenberg and Loa est Tieinity, a few weeks ago a gentleman on pie. Wo have a territory go great but simply over a surplus in the City Judge George Warren. Mar Flour, 'lb cents cheni er than the tow Office Corner room in Laclede House Cijty MarshalG. H. JOUN W11T12G, the inside intimated to us that we in extent, that seven of Federal Treasury. It takes uoth- - Ciy Clerk R. E. M Wilburn. Millet. need not be surprised to hear of aio required to hold her frrtiprpo- - ing, directly, or indirectly, from Cay Treasurer V. L. McCutchen. .A.. A.. startling developments in tho sition among the constellation, of the universally admitted powers Marketraaster management of the State's affairs States, a Stato rich in developed of the States, but, on tho contra- - City Tax Collector O. M. Wilburn. SALE AKD LIVERY STABLE Wharfmaster PHYSICAN ADD SURb'EON. at any time, lie said he could toll and undeveloped resoujjfa, ivitk ry, aids the States in the exerciso Sexton-W.J. Webb. a tale one sentence in length, and great cities, fine towiiRV fcilla- - of those powers. Councilmen T. M. French, Jno, Wit-- EICKMAN, KENTUCKY that sentence containing not njprq ges, productive & C. C. thmnnlk-ofyttSte- d Case, aackbu'sliTegs lupnbe-Gantygyotnclatshicldj 'than three- words, winch would ntls In tlic :ii Klvcr. ting, II. a. Ueckman, E. S, ntf l.Jr.Kmines. Uur liorsci 'iJfct'tS aiuugc, .. . VSTRKT. 'fcjr .'loore. "4. Srfrflcea mm i. ". ir r Circuit Courts. These are some ing and fliuTft'g a true statement of ior m rrofaHsional every citizen in tho Com- est ot tho world. ourBRT.c r? .TTn J sale . - .. . thejcitiiens of Uicfcman and Tlclntty CODXTY OFFICIALS. of the-- . Lpojuts. that a change the States financial condition, and monwealth. The gentleman refer- most chivalrous of earth, ajiour A novel sight was witnessed a r and janl(?80 HORSES, BUGGIES and HACk.". County Judge K. S. Murrell. red to is a Democrat, lie has vrnainn Jim tho. most hesintiAl and few miles below Smithlaud. Kv.. would prove beneficial, which bold intimations of '"big discre County 'jiving pnrehaeed the amble, horses been one all his life, lie is no lovclv that an infinite beUg ecr on tho Ohio river, yesterday, by a Sheriff Clerk. W. P. Taylor. would be worth thousands and pancies," defalcations, &c. Ex-cranu entire outfit of W. B Plummr r W. A. Shuck. ot I'ay m gentlemen crossing the Circuit Court Clerk T. M.French. C. alarmist. His word is as good as saw proper to create. we propose to contlnae the business. ai thousands of dollars to the people honest citizen irrespective of his oatji. Now what did he mean? R a bkifi. A largo flock of L. Vet, with all this greatess. we ner solicit latronagc"- Assessor Jas. Cooper. had made the attempt to fly County Attorney A.D.Kingman. of Kentucky. party, should he in favor of prob- Have the vaults of the State been find our State in the baei'roimd Jailer T. V. Wallace. robbed? Have important LAW ATTORNEY of educational worlf Ken- - across the river which is very k Tho Governor of Tennessee ing to thebottoni of these char- been despoiled? Has any records tm-k- thowas admitted ino th Union w sde at that point, and becoming Master Commissioner Geo. Warren. one deges, and truth come out. If County Surveyor Robert McConnel. Shows, in his message, that during """sted. with the unusual dis-a"iu the year 1792, nearly a Jcntury faulted? Have our Coroser tho past two years the State ex- khens anything rottenlet it be been extravagant in State officials Collector, Real Estate Agent' THE BARTER GROCERY- Stance all fell gradually fiutteiing Emitted second Circuit Judge Jacses Campbell. penses have been less than the found: sindtlet thu'or uilty bo pu: public funds? Have the use of the after the adontion Stato Federal into the stream in and Commonwealth's Attorney C. Thomas. ,TR- - J. M. 310NTCOMERY. anucun- of the the our Legislarevenues by over $000,000. Louis- ::,.;., ces to &is frk-ndXotwithfandmg when the skiff was driven into the tures misappropriated the people's Constitution. HlCKJlAiX; KY. aad ip ttnblic th.t ISI1UU. ville Commercial. lik linti ciprned a nCw and frit-COUNTY COBItTS. supply of money? Or what is the matter? all oar grentness as a pasof the Hock they were unable to lift their - Will attend promptly Family Gkucsbils, which be The Courier is not in love with The Hrndirhy Euilrmil Com There is evidently a screw loose Federal "Cnion, our niou than water staked little bodies from Fulton County Court R. S. Murrell. JtoaiUu-- i all kinds u low h the lowest. He is reahim in Soulhwtsterj nill sell somewhere. Gov. Bate's message in so far a Portentous be the 1,o00,P00 citizens, and rntjo thau the water, though making frantic Judge, held every 2d Monday in each neg9 entrusted Northwestern dy at nil times to rxchanpe Grocer Is s al Kentucky and Tenticsfff cngb price gds that efi'oits to do .so. the while uttering month The Interstate Commerce Bill words of our Democratic friend, half a million boys and Umtrr. Ejre". Chickens. r lie boasts of throwing tho burden Specialnttention given tothe investlgn I Fulton Countv Quarterly Court R. S. any kind or ruarkvtlng that the farming was then taken up. Mr. Williams though we hope when all is told in a few years are to be sen and frightened and p aintivc chirps. Murrell, judge, held 1th Monday in Jan, tion of Land titles, iml the purchase of his convict labor wagons and strongly opposed the railroad prac- things will not be as bad as his women of our CommonwoUli, we Many were picked up flo thoi uary, April, July and October. ...u.. u.jr urinj; in. 111c nigf-- t mar Me or oai fcstate. Jant kel ulwajt. t'ii4. furniture on tho people of friendly tice of charging more for short alarming expression would seem occupy a very unenviable position oughly exhausted that they reJ.M. MONTGOMERY & BR(X MAGISTRATES COUETB bncern-ed- . mained perfectly quiet when sister States; but, the economic hauls than for longer ones. He to indicate Owcnsboro Messen- as far'as our education is Twenty per cent, of ye adult thrown in the bottom of the akifl. 1st District Esq. Donaho, Ud Saturday HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS feature of Tennessee keeping her favored the Commission Bill, but ger. ae uned- When last seen many were quiet- i n March, June, September and Decent since the first year's opThe Courier's editorial attract- population of our State expenses less thau her revenue, admitted of D. L. eration tho Kentucky State ing attention to tho financial con- ucated, that is, every liftlman or ly awaiting their fate, while oth ber. months. Nugent, 1st Saturday in HICKMAN, KY. certainly affords a lesson that Commissioiiit had done nothing, ers were working their way slowly same woman that we meet ujon tho 2d DistrictEsq. Nailor, 3rd Saturday Kentucky and other States might aud was now not worth a cent. dition of the Stato has been cop- streets and highways are unable towards the Illinois shore. Mirch, June, September and December, ied approvingly, not only by the to write their names or toread the Esq. Attebery 1th Monday in same months study with profit. Kentucky has Courier-Journa7Vn.pRpjr i:nor:r !.. Esq.Dickerson3d Mondays 3d District The )wi nihVe of th The Kentucky Commission is papers of this District, but by tho same when written. Tlbre are celsate been free of debt so long, aud DFALSK 15 The New York Times expended in March, June, September and December, fidonihtM but four of our sistor Stars that Frankfort papers, and the papers Kentuckians have borne them- composed of capable, clever genshown rrn.itMiifrflP.iit. ffilliicr six thousand four hundred and Eso. Jones, J th Saturday in same months. MonEsq. . sixteen selves so proudly in comparison tlemen, and,wo have confidence generally throughout the State j iin-- tlmn fin wo. Tim nfonxfro, 1....... I. dollars on a single dis- - . 4th District .iiinf nrnrmnpr 1st J T. - Italian and Amehican Marblk . t nnn iia. . ..'rfA.m orcn.' "t C 91 ' niiiii f. ii'fiiii .Madritl in order to fjet' r.lv" .with the people of debt burdened would answer any grievance of but, tho Courier only suspected Htornnv nf tho whole. TTnhn is r.sq. Uaynes, 4th c ember, ib MONUMENTS, TOMB AK1 GRAVP unnecessary leakages, or lack of ner cent., showini: that tc are so ae"l of its contemporaries one same months. States, that the mere"semblance the peoplewithin tho scope of publication of the text 5th District Esq. Boaz, 1st Wednesday far behind iu the race fo! prefer-- ( "J in Kont for ."a'c, at a largrtin at th tivery of an accumulating Stato debt their authority. The Kentucky proper economies, as the causo of inent, as to cause us ovcilto blush of the Spanish treaty. Hero r in March, June, September and December, and iiliKtatJeof STORES. wound s the pride almost as sensi- Commissiou'is what is called ad- tho shortage in our State finances, for shame. We feel thalit is im-- , was a State secret. Congress had Esq. Ferrell, 3rd Wednesday in same FAR1H&PAP.KER. visory, and not mandatory; and and we cannot yet admit any oth nortant that we no loniisr be in adjourned from Thursday to Mon- - months. tively as the pocket books of our AVING received a fine lot of Araer Cth District Esq. Jones, 4th Wednes ' . . tcan ana Italian Marble, I an pre people. It is the old, old story of perhaps if it ever does much good er cause, except "spending more the rear, but advance to lie front. day. It would not be given to the day in March, June, September and De press There was , -- u ucanesaay pared to nil all orders. Call and ezaminEsq. it should have somewhat more of than wcrnnke." But, tho Owcns- and believing that educafion, gen-- ; a man before Tuesday. could furn- - cember. months. living beyond ones income. in Madrid who ur wore in same crailv diffused, will dofnfore to, boro man, whom tho Messenger Orders from the country promptly the lesson of the mandatory. iiish it, and wlio engaged to do it niake us a L'reat noonleJlioth nsayG endorcs as a good Democrat no nancinlly and mentally, Ihereforc for $2,000, besides which it would economy through the bitter burThe Hallway. Why does the editor alarmist, whose word is as good wo aro in favor of the jassage of f'st GCc a word. Unhesitatingly When Jim Fisk introduced tho vrord den of an enormous State debt. of demand was acceded to, Hickman the Courier as his bond, &c, claims knowledge such laws as will comiell those!' "Will Kentucky J earn it through " railway "to current American speech persist in calling this paper the of astounding facts as to our children under (heir care respondents in Madrid were di-t- few liues iu this comitry used tho term. opexample, or through actual 11 "Padueah I Sentinel." Certainly assist in making tlcm useful rected to pay the costs, and the At present out of 1,117 names of compression. there is no harm done, but we State's financial embarrassments. citizens and ornamentfMboeietv. message began to arrive Sunday panies in Poor's Manual, 185 nro "rail tnd Jin would jnst like to know "the why-ues- s But for tho Messenger's high en- We believe education tobo tho afternoon in Spanish. In Monday ways " nnd 9G2 railroads. " Tho former largely used a convenient e fim.m Ballard county lets out the of the wherefore." Padueah dorsement of this Owcnsboro strongest nolice force that can be morning's edition it appeared term is in reorganizingasold roads. Tho r L'L1,U svnon3m A nearly complete in iighsh. keeping of her paupers to thelow- - Standard should ,be inclined employed bv anv neoiC. and ,. in- - I Pjocat.wA Ghicji.Ik,JdajuUandJacjflsJUa-roa- l tihihtliiitrnu'Hi. ht has, for instance, just iwcomo the t ft a a ft . l.iaf ai Si CBt;biadcr, and the Wickliffe Jour ''An'hiaderfeno.ciglilJSrlfof todismiss his imputations as son. ilnrijo tlinf niniiimit '.Tx saoE ,i: Hiuiii-t- i . Etlrntlly . "wlio b5i that Chicago, Koek Lshmd and i'acuio ltau- i..r..i .i j Gorpo nal, the county paper, criticises uviwuuij uitio-ii- no exciiango re- sationnl and himself as an alarm THke Ibe is a debt which the1 Last f.nnd.iy morning Marshal way. Asido from tho convenience which SHOP t corner ot Mitohi the action of the county authori- ceived at this office that is more ist; but with the Messenger's en- educationgeneration owos to the Fowler spotted three men walk it affords by changing a namo in law and and Ircy North present t Iliokmao, Ky.. ties with severity, and in so doing heartily welcomed than the excel dorsement, we would know more. one that is coming on. Wo wish ing up the street to the Odonley leaving it unaltered in sound, the change N C. & L. I. Kuaranted Ry. this case cLmhi!e&3 hinged on tho fact April. is supported by the Padueah 2s ews lent, newsy, anu well edited Pa- There are Democrats about Ow- to mould public sentiment, and House as the Morganheld murder- in tho stock and lxinds of the road are that cause in channels ers, for whom there is a reward largely held in England, where railway ia and the Padueah Standard, and dueah Standard. . Tlic cnsboro who have been close up as will it to run from such fair sweep our land offered The men answered the tho constant term. English railway the comments of these papers to thrt inside, is constantly coming and desciiption almost It was a magnanimous and pa- speak, public cribknow moreso to the last vestige of ignorance, star After getting the to a certaint. tenninoloffv country, and not always into TS; will be seconded by tho hotter nt make Kentucky the brightest assistance of ue in this and may than triotic act to see the 0C1RT " Carriage " for cur " is M lAkLY feelings of humanity everywhere. Senators and Congressmen voting wo wot of. If so, being an hon- iu the constellation of States. Jailor Ihllington. they together hejnnniug to 3 npjvnr iu tho reports of acW. V. RiciiKsox,1 repaired to the hotel and there in cidents, and ia unfortunate, becansa We believe in economy, close and for the relief of the great Union est man, it is a crime to conceal a crowd of twelve or fifteen per- "car" has but one general meaning, and 1. R. IIUTCHESON, rigid, but we havt no patience General, Grant, inihis present mis- such important facts. The MesH. O. 5 Tj B. Call on nearest Ticket Aeat, Committer. sons stood their men. By a "Metals, ' the J. T. GLENN, "carriacc" lias two. fortunes; and while such legislaOr Address with this simulation of christian senger should subject this Owcnsand nods, and a little whis- Euglish torrn for rails, wonld bo an ad' T. Hunter, tion is a wrong (DAVIS OLD STAND.) t. YS!rtr-ndition to railroad speech. It is graphic, philanthropy that starves and pun- Southern people precedent, the boro man to a plain and direct in J pering, they had sufficient assisJ. C. Magill, in.this instance and u Pass. Agt , Dallas, Ter., or tants to guard every door to the cially not ambiguous as "rail" is espe H kinds of ishes tho poor unforunates who will justify the vote. terview, and if he persists in hold-hi- s iu tins country. A KiHgiiSti'r Case. room. After all preliminaries are caBt upon tho charity of the great secret, publish his name G. P & T. A., Nashville, Tenn. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Cairo, III., Jan. 17. A Singu- were over they began to interview county or State. The Journal deOld man MikeJDolan, in jail at to tho world, and let him shoulder lar case is reported from the town the trio, who were citizens of our FRITZ. HELLNER, T. Agt, HletiaM. scribes the keeping of the Ballard Xashville, under sentence of death tho responsibility of such conceal- of Hampton, Ky., in Livingston, county and were returning from s Louse, atbot usually kept in a om prices. county poor as "wretched and for the .murder of his wife, has ment and complicity. Wo can county. George Moxley, a promi Missouri where they had been F.KNCY CAXDlftt squalid." It is cheap in newspa- beon relieved ,pfthe charge by conceive of no justification for nent and wealthy citizen of tho shelling corn. Their explanation TEJx, DD XIA'CE-JIEAApers to work up sympathy for tho deathbed confession of the withholding such revealments ex county, while quietly resting m his was thoroughly satisfactory to riCJ.LSb parlor Wednesday afternoon sud- Marshal Fowler who recognized these unfortunates, and we know real murderer. He was convicted cept complicity in the crime. GIUT& CR MERRIES, JIOMJXr, denly became wild, and with fright- the men after they had told their PACKIiT COSrj'ANY. also that county authorities are on circumstantial evidence altoBut, we repeat, wo cannot ac- ful shrieks threw himself upon the names and place of residence. The ofteur greatly imposed upon by gether. : cept tho suspicion that the State floor, rolling over and over, then men wero shown the description, bounding and with an which they admitted suited them charges for pauper, and persons- has been robbed, or that impor- iron pokerto his feet demolish the admirably except the taller of the Mugar, Coft'ccs, JSoajiN, S:c. Memphis, began to Kentucky wants and needs a tant State officials aro defaulters, put upon the county as paupers furniture, stoves, windows, every- three was two inches shorter than C6f"Will not be undersold. who ought not to be, and henco new capitol building, but won't for aside from proper confidence thing which came in his way. Then the man described. Wickliffe Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &f the utmost vigilance ought to be get it for some' years yet. The in the integrity and honor of our while emitting most blood curd- - Journal. bserved, but when worthy unfor-tmnate- s people are not in amood to justify Slate officials, the people know to ling howls and cries his wife, in a JAM ES W. G A FF, AH VY BA UM. CONS MILLER, VINT SHINKLE are accepted as paupers, any such large expenditure at this a cent the amount of revenue col- paroxism of fright, called in a ESfntncUy n( w. El0i!tlns. neighbor, William Fleming find GRANITE STATEv Times-DemThe they ought to be treated as human time. (Hickman, Ky., Clinton 3tr.) lected, and the amount expended: son, who found the maniac entire- crat, inNew Orleans , an article referring to the LEAVESEVERYSUNDAYandTnURS-daybeings, and properly cared for. but, with all this confidence no ly nude, having torn his clothing department of "Woman's Work," Barnu3i proposes to make a and Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati to tatters, casting it into the fire, with Railroads and Steamers for show of Gen. Grant's war trophies party prejudice shall blind us to and as they approached ho threw says : But it seems that it is tho peo-pt- e '"Kentucky is busily occupied facts if they can be produced. himself upou all fours and rushed who elect the Representatives and presents, and will pay the SasUrau Wsta a:d Men Foifito, Tho that burden them with these bills, General $100,000 for their use for States havo been robbed, officials at them with threats and howls. arranging her display. birds, two Gitiug through tickets to all points Chiby cases stuffed enjoying tho highest confidence IIo was captured finally, but broke great G. W. ofDuncan, form the cago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, New uu, cerj man uavmg an ax to this pnrpose and a per ccntago Mrs. -of .isrrjYork, Washington City, Philadelphia and grind, the poor Kep. is compelled of tho people have defaulted, and tho ropes as though they wero principal feature. There is a handBoston. East, North and Western tourto turn the crank or bo relegated tho receipts. This a good trade. such things coino now and then pieces of cotton cord. Seven kerchief framed which is one of a Another largo lot of Breech and Muzzle' ists will CONFECTIONERIES. delightfulfind La Bello River routo safet to the eternal s at the Gen. 3rcClelland will be grand like thunderbolts from a clear stout men finally secured the poor number brought from England loading and economical. next election. Wo must have a marshal victim, who lingered until last through the blockade during the Rates by this line cheaper than any of the Cleveland inaugu- sky, and this it is that gives con- night, when relieved" him. change among the people, if we other first class route. Meals and state' ESTRAYEl). ration procession, Gen. nancock cern as to tho imputations made The deceased death quiet and- un civil war, and was sold in Lonis-vill- e was cannot elect men with enough having Taken up, as an estray.by A. J. Whippel, rooms free. Baggage checked through. for $25. It is pale purple, Passengers can relj on a splendid1 S obtrusive, and not given IO lUIUK, and has pictures of President Da-.vi- s living one mile South of Dyer?bnrg road backbone to tell them to go to death declined on account of the by this Owensboro Democrat. of his son. Eooms on the Double and Single Barrel, ranging in and thrce,iUca from Hickman, Ky , one tji p lii.,Jl,3JLHtt3 llje eteamej. aud the malady did not lajgyrf the county courts with their little first floor and his, four most celebrated price from S2 60 to 35. Double-barre- l Roan Coy, sir or seven years old, marked BVst elnss, hating been expressly buili alongjthe line th nature ot rabies. expect an on inauguration day' of march generals. Breech loading Guns, for $13.60. Chamwith under half crop in each ear, ami ap for the accommodation of passengers. Wevripnper. command Without a improved TJecislatnrp. n.nnrr. 200 Each steamer carries a fall string 3 "There aro several pieces by pion 'Side-snaSingle barrel Guns, for praised at twenty dollar to 9300, and those higher up Wtrly KewB. A DestructUe Flro. u R. W. L1GI1TBDRNE, toa Commonwealth. band. J. W. DICKINSON, J P. F. C. Miss Freeman, the young lady in $10. Powder, Shot, Shells, and Gun Imare held at $10 to $20, while $1 PAitis, Tenn., Jan. 17. A fire General Freight aud Ticket Agent Nothing presents a sadder comSine-tenth- s plements, cheaper than ever. of these local bills per head is charged for windows No 7 Jlonrco street,Maphls,Ten- present condi- broke out here last night in the charge of tho exhibit, which have upon For Knlf. re of no earthly benefit to any from which to watch the proces- mentarysocietytho the largo num- second story of the Howard block, taken medals at tho Louisville Im The undersigned hat for sale about thirthan tion of ty double school desks, all in good oondt e except the individuals incor-fsrate- sion. west side of the square, in position, and are handsome speciber of families, both in town and on the Mr. C. Frazier was a tion, a teacher's tble, and recitation seats, 'doing mens of arrasene embroidery. more especial- which and every right and priv-Hf- s Es-Goin the country, but all of which will be sold for Us than half Wli LUWO "Tho Woman's School of Pharsy seed can bo obtained whole storyStvJobn says: "The ly in the latter, that subscribe to business, and, excepting his stock, macy, of Louisville, tho only 0110 p rice, for cash or good note. f0 was lost. MrAce in the country, is represented by Ii. C. CALDWELL. tfcTMgh the county courts by pay-fa- have received, tho effect that I no p?per. Hundreds and thous- everything :f. a single ponny, ands ot families are thus growing Howard's loss was something bver the costs of tho procedure pledge or promise from the DemF. a large collection of drugs comnn utterly ignorant of what is 10,000; insurance, 83,000. PACICET COMPANY tkstaia.. These local bills con-H- ocratic or any other partv, in con- transpiring in the world around Dawson's grocery was next .con- pounded there." (TJNITED STATSS HAIL ) nection with tho campaign, is intwo-thir- d of the mighty sumed, aud in it three or more bodHo bnl .Sto;tprd. of the time of famously and them ignorant maliciously false." very Legislature, not only taking events of the day But who can ies wero lost. Young Boofman and a From the Ellzabtthtown News. JOHN A. SCUDDER, President, negro wero killed while trying to JOHN P. KEISER, Superintendent. A friend of ours in Washington tell the vastamountof injury that savo Dawson's stock. Fil Decreased Cont of Living. but excludiug the DEALER IX Myers, tells tho following story on our THEO. C. ZEIGLEB, Sec'y. and Treas. Tables prepared by tho Ameri- is being inflicted upon the rising sasUeration of general lcgisla-tie- .. can negro Porter for Cal., Hum- Congressman, Tom Robertson: . rr,im-.itionthose who are ro fill a Grocer, show a LINE of teatv The most that could be ask- much greater ew York, within a our places in a busy world at no phreys, was buried in tho cellar When ho first appeared at WashT) UNS ASt. Louis to Memphis, aai decrease Xj from line from St. Louis to Vifc growing up without thirty minutes with a dislocated ington, in conversation with a ed of a candidate would be to fa few years in the cost of many distant day, shoulder, AXD ALSO, vor a rale limiting, or excluding oftho necessaries of life than is knowledge of the present or any inally was crying for help, a and f- brother Congressman 0110 day, he burg. saved, giving heart- said: "A particular friend of Call aad examine our stock of the past; this ignorance GOING SOCTO. generally supposed. A few arti study of Nets, Seines, Lines. Hooks, and alL'kind mc isfisiation ; and failing in that cles are selected for example. Tho fnn hP.inrr imbued into them by rending history of his underground mine at home one day told me be Memphis boats pass Hickman Tawday of Helling Tackle and Supplies, at a barto favor a rule compelling prece-ieacsfi- n gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen- nights, Thursday nights and Batnrday fore leaving, tnat alter arriving comparison is on wholesale pri- sanction of who should and doubt-Ior- r prison death. Suaday, Vlcksburg boats, nights. did they only erally. ti consideration of do know better, here there would be two imporces: V Wednesdays and Fridays. flip iniurious effect of Tho Padueah News records the tant things for me to attend to. hint of 1S70 18S1 and failing iu dugar. GOING NORTH. p. One was to stop swearingand tho 25 to 60'cents per pair cheaper than can fair toeoSdr 6.3 16 their insane course. Let tho head purchase, by an agent of V. 9.74 Memphis boats pass Hickaaa Tae4ar himself, then to go ' ce iouna in iowu. BOOTS AND SHOES. nights, Friday nights aad Sunday algats. 0 cniRhedS 14 of every family think of this, and and G. W. Xorton, of Louisville, other to appear in a swallow-tai- l to work and get all the local bills Prices on Game Traps reduced, ETery-- t fair I'.io..12V 9J placo in tho hands of those who of over 0,000 acres of land in Liv- coat. Yicksburg boats Mondays, Weiaea4ajft "Well, I have stopped bing iu stock to be sold oa small margin. lea, good mixed Japan 20 four-fifth- s 57 his people need passed. and Saturdays. of the swearing," romarked Robertson, Giro as aMll. wo aro responsible for, the means ingston county Mess Pork .fif 5 2088 S12 75 Memphis boats Steamers City af Ml tract being a nearly solid bed of "bnt I'll bo d d if I will wear a GEO of acquiring some knowledge of ;i Ird 13.7 12 MUSE fc SHAW. ena, Ste. Genifiere and John B. Maa4. agent of theMessrs. swallow-tai- l :toht IJbertv nola. wr Tlw Wheat ;. 1 20 82 tho moving panorama in which wo iron ore. The coat." Keeps In slock the very Rest Material, Vicksburg boats Steamer City t fterty mmob is appro ntfcwg M(i Fioar, extra Stated.."". Norton says: "Perhaps there is 3.00 act our different parts. 6 50 and keeps only the best workmen. Work Providence, Belle of Memphis, GoWlHf well as tbrpfei them- rnm af .pw, to not another as valnable a piece of TrrE "Watchmaker, Burlingaroe, is at guaraaleed. Repairing solicited City of Cairo, City of, Greeatille aa , rill soon bo gong xm. A tal) .. . xi r As... J f iron oro land of equaljsizo i 1 i.'3- in? the piint Bros. & Co's. He Is a skilled work City of Vick8bur. - poU, aad eternal vigilance whilo putting "'""-SffiSiSMSii-- 5' SffiffffiBKBE man. j world. i ft , i( the price of liberty tins year. - ntiuua uuu UHTM3 UlO Jiuaiu economy there would have been no ueceni-t- y for this condition of afiairs "What say the Democratic press of the State?" Hick-ma- n t-o- ed under the present Stato Constitution. Whether tho Constitution would be thus improved is a risk the people take in voting for it. Some of the reforms that might bo ac omplished aio: 1st. Restricting the meetings of the Legislature to once in four years, unless called in certain emergencies by the Governor. 2nd. Abolishing tho office of County Tax Assessor, and having assessments made by the Magistrates of each civil precinct, and collected by the constables. 2nd. A clause prohibiting towns and counties from voting railroad aud other taxes. 4th. Positively interdicting the Legislature from making private aud local laws, aud forcing all x d ed down steadily and commenced to go up on th&pther side. About the time tho nost Legislature meets u debt of imnrir'dl.OOO.OCO w ill be discovpin.i ;r ennm intellicent dig ging is resorte'd'to. Xobody really knows Hnulliiig about thc con dition of tho'slSe, because those responsible lbrTt'try to shrink the One work as much as" possible. of those riaxsiwhen a political sliakt up occurs a big discrepeucy will l.e discovered that will rmil in odor an ancjJMit eat in a well. Louisville Commercial. It is truest hjff&i'Ot many years ago Kcutuckjlias out of debt, ami had a surplus in the treasury; aud it is also tine that tho State is now in ticbt&nd has l,ot :l dl lar surplus in ithe treasury. The Courier hasfassumed that this unfortunate fiiiuieial condition was caused by laefl&f economy, but it seems to bo hnho air that there is somcthin"fforse behind than mere, lack of economy. Wo hear in the san.n ..mulition; but where i idiUMiiKiiiwiViWkiuyiitilVlliibt(il8Ui is that It has climb .""i--- Hiauy years ago not readier' State Associate., From tho official "organ" of tho Al MnnnlnBinnMMBan Tnl BallJ KKH . !!I"?A?.. 'e.,ol,owll,S "Port of Us . imimttee on (.OIIIIIU Rflh. n.lllf.1- t()ll. Tho "rnnnrt ipfio aiiviftwi;r" .t"'' . ..w .iSKti ii tin llinirriiTim.M. HrhN HAJ &tN . UUKY ... .. r,,-.-- .. .tn,., K .ukI"uw " " tirallr """!"n.lnt.l "miuut discus- s,ou" At least the orcnii" snj'S V? - "' All 0J. mi. c report is fe.irr..n. mid The kind of centralization wo fear is that which takes awav essential ngnts or noweis of th .. St.Hnu ni. ...... 1.., ...... UIQ .. . -"- 'US .,.UJMHl .. iivBimtt.kfc. powers UeUei'i ... V.ill ...uiiurut not given it in the Constitution The kiml v. li. nm ... :, i... "' rt rlurg, ' .. ,, In '. ..v n .1.1 . . .. 1 DIRECTORY. v. s. Govi:nxaiEjrr. President Chester A. Arthur. Vice President Senator Edmunds. Sec'y of State Thco. Frelinghuysen. Secretary Treasury McCulloch. Secretary of War Robt. Lincoln. Secretary Navy Wm. Chandler. Secretary Interior Teller. Postmaster General Halton. Attorney General Brewster. i Cards. EETHE'S SALOON. A rUGASAXT Patronage solicited. Professional H. v,. A. & R. T. Tyler, KESORT. Ci- - - - Attorneys at Iaw, WCKMAN, KENTUCKY ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS FRE3FI BEER constantly on tap. jarflond Tobacco, of the best bratidp. nor 14-- tf i.i-.t. bers of the next Legislature should be a close scrutiny into the expenses of our State "We hae no demagogical government. plea that officers arc paid too high salaries though in some instances they may be, hut we expect jthat there is a leakageel?e where One thing is certain, thnt our State taxen are increasing, our State deht is in- "One important matter in electing mem- hi eonstruetIIero import or the roMMlBo.loXhgSr,yiii;hlSOri,,,I,OSh,& compulsory ie- wondertulb iinB, "V11 i.....SZuToiE ple creasing, and we have an idea that if everything had been managed with proper referred thesubjectof "Qom-- . Education," beg, leave to the following: That wo believe that tfie time We, your committee, education to I whom i 'i'he bill of Messrs. Keagan and O'llara, is of a centralizing ten-wa- s deney in the worst sense. It auineii the existence in the Feder-sulunal Go eminent of powers nowhere granted in ihc organic law. It gives to amendments to that law a broader construction than their it STATE OFFICERS. Governor J. Proctor Knott. Lt. Governor J. S. Hindman. Secretary of State Jas. A. McKenzie' Assist. Sec. of State H. M. McCarty. State Auditor Fayette Hewitt. Treasurer James W. Tate. Attorney General P- - W. Hardin. Register Land OKce Geo. M. Adams. Sup.. Pub. Instruction J. D. Pickett. entrusted to their care. 0ffiC5Funiiture Factory. aet8-'7- 8 V. Family DIESTELBRINK s. jJ W. E. MOimTS. J5 trouble audowe and AN AND SURGEON, space to name aff articles, fccj so to show goods, ?oe, at the corner of Tro and Moscow Avenue. East ilfckmrv, Ky 1 n-- lien-siste- rs DR. JPjJUS - as-tou- farpaj4ji B. Paris, s-- 111 tei Parkei m m I ... y qaa a;n d l lthe v o. mid-rive- r, s .j. f-- FO R SALS. M l. il-- .... 1 ... 1 PI j t' r..., SSL , H .- -- - -' HASHYILLE, ls cor-havin- g o uiiattanoogj Atlanta, mil mkiimnm,. Florida - f bl K.-w- mumi A(.-iiih-8 n cx-rcb- el FAYOBITE few-wink- s S first-clas- Just Received T, MIPI II Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati Steamers o .IKS bow-wow- - fc'bsw?ymy are. -- p - d, v. MilO ff B F..E. CASE, Klnce, Family Groceries; TRI-WEEK- gen-ralfisklo- n; GUM BOOTS, tfeMtt8, - R. GLAZIEE. -- m. .- jl 1 '14 r h- - . ti h H f J- e- i..- At 't'K