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V ; 02icc Jackson Street, next door to City Hull. the 1860. de-ca11c-hibull-baiting. . hickma Xlie Oldest Newspaper iEjSjrostci.-- n TAUGHT A LESSON, I.ord W.w Instructed In Politeness. Englishmen aro said to stand i awe 3i somo truth iu the allegation. Still, it some- 3mea has happened that a lord has ixen too nresuumtuous. and iu En glishman has forgotten his fear of tho "Hoble" in his anger at the man. Edmund Yates, Hie novelist and dhr, now a man of wealth and influence in Loudon, began life as a clerk in the London at ninety pounds a year. He was smt one day by his chief. Sir Rowland Hill, to the houso of the Postmaster-Genera- l, to get uis signature to an importaut document. The Postman at the lime W.U- - Lord Stanley, of Alderlev, au ahlorly inatL&L JTd JaAnBerB anirarbU lJti-ll- sli OOURIEai IContnelcy. 1SS5. Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispajch. HALE SIX.IiS, ' ,' BrarvELOiEs, LETTEE-HBAD8BIXL-HEAD- S. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. I'RIC'i: OF .SUBSCRIPTION, sl.30. A IIIf INVITATIONS., I ESTABLISHED HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTgfKY, FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. .. uans W VOL. XX.-JS- P. n. i One Of BTO., 33TO, r OJLZiTj Only a youtn but ho stood out thero In spite or tho wind and the bllintf air That stung- llko a bee and cut like a knife And he really appeared a tlilnir or life. Only a whistle loud und ehrill Which wis oiecuted with a will And seemed to exhaust the oxyjfon "&rr -- opened, and In marched a dozen or so I always killed, but the men are snlrfnm ui nuiuiuura in uie same ;Ort ot inoVof injured. Four bulls are usually disanu ureecnes winch they wmrinthel posed of each Sunday afternoon before pictures oi Spanish lite so familiar to the appetite for blood is satiated. all. Each wore a plumed hat, a scarlet This cruel sport in Mexico is in sash, a poniard, and tho gold lace upon decadence. It grew out of the lack its of the black velvet showed their lithe and oilier entertainment. Until two years g which that gentle youth had stored within. supple forms to advantage. The looked ago there was no in Mex.s as Don Juan looks in the opera, while ico, and this class of sport is unknown Only a window overhead the leader, Bernardo C.nino, "del outside of the capital. The voung men Which opened last and exposed a htiad de los toreros," wa a veritable are not allowed to Kit the girl" are That was hanged In front awl curled behind, As If to connne its owner's mind. rigaro, iu appearance at least. Each not permitted to walk with them in tho earned a scarlet eloak upon his arm, parks, and have, in short, no amuseOnly a girl but bhe slipped below 1 o pass with the j outh uu hour or so. and in the other baud a pike slaQ". g ments out billiards, and And list to tho word of a love intense them came a troop of eight horseThe exodus of foreigners And some jruh, if it so pleased Providence. men upon gaily caparisoned steeds, wjth into the Republic will break inanv of Only a boot or dimensions fair. the Usual amount of silver and leather the barriers down. Wliile the "GrinBut it ni title that sw ect youth Miar in sir; trappings in which the Mexicans de- gos," .is foreigners are called, generally And youth, and cane, und a pomade soQut Laid there in one sad ruin blent. light. The procession iailed up with a conform to the customs of the country, team vt four mules, hitched abreast, they refuse to accept all of them, and dragging EULL FIGHT IX jIEXICO. These, a whiflletree and a long rope. the Mexican people are gradually tendwe were told, were for the pur- ing toward a more modern civilization. pose of dragging out the dead. Vtiy of Ifcttco Cor. Chinnno Inlsr cjrcnic-othe horse-racincock-lightin- COLLISION. AlfD SSa TTflL. flow an l,i, ii,. post-office pewtwqwrter on to a blind man. Aultocu who always sav "beg telling you 'you lie, aud who seyenhcless will inevitably fail to i remeJiber.,to nav their bntnlmr t.ill AE"J"en who would never internist. auotr while he is speaking, but who will v?e their best friend to invest iu a worthies stock, because they ' haveppme of that stock which thev i i ' 1 " z, .. iJuone, but who will shove a I REFORMING A HUSBAND. THE GRINDSTONE. the NecesuRTajJfcria. One of the uec .jTArlig'ffle farm is a grindstone, aniiw'We.-ithoal- d be a good one, i",1J?Tthing else cared' for. about the and a There is a wrong wa of trlilrjndstone as an anithere is of mal. Jhe farm about the comngBS' 8 common, in tho papers, in fact, as to''paS1lw!1"t Unnoticed. But a writer in tlHfc'ajpawiaati OuzcUe. the grind- has taken up, ek a eomm:n- stone, and trcite. .. , eMSr.t.. sonse manner,, that o f? "ROmiHas . it ior ip t waters, tic be- - SCHOOL AND CHURCH, For the first time iu twelve 'year ihe school committee of Boston" will meet with no women in its membership." Boston Journal. Rev. Dr. Shaw, of the Brick Presbyterian Church in Rochester. N.;Y., h preached his annual sermon forty-fourt- yvlIim:iilfiJI -- , f for Drink. William Matphin is a mechanic residing in the upper part of Tolodo, who would have been a most excellent husband and father were it not that the demon drink had full possesion of him. The very best of men are not good when l wishto dispose of. AijlpfU who are too polite to look possessed of this devil, despite the ingenious reasoning of a man w'ith a tl ovcrjpur shoulder when you arc noso who attempted to support nothing of registering falaofiaths at tho custom-hous- e almost the habit by specious reasoning. His dail process was like this: Man in his Mjoy more instances might 1ms ad- - natural statr is deceitful and desperU'ieea,Tont me above will suffice to ately wicked. A man in liquor is not ' twe do not all think alike up on tDtsajiluc matters of otiqiietto. Jlos- - in a natural state, and, therefore, theic must be an improvement in him. How. intt, ffluusaffli. oyer plausible this may seem,- - Italritta nfoi-cun- !It ii lolatlo VVoinm Cured an Appetite Soino Common bcBJefJbout It is mucliSiway trejitiagpror nolofttW(g-- pii"'U fiftim; recently . school-teachers see much sliogj tMjfetef i.1 '. V? y Two Broken Down, Blindfolded and One Ball Slaughtered in Each Act Why the Pastime Is Popular. TT-.- J. htraxyCrHitionr'm'.i post-ome- A '' !outh Curnlin.i Darkey. city hospitals that I saw the saddest As we got into South Carolina we funeral ceremy I ever witnessed. I were joined by a.judge from Pittsburgh. It was that yf a woman who had Then: was rack in front of tl I forget just what court he was judge I went to a bull fight this afternoon. box, upon which hung $veral literally died" by uche. Poverty, sorrow Everybody who comes to Mexico is ad- rows of darts, gayry decorated with of, but he had been traveling South for and sickness lul been her constant vised to attend one, but I uever saw an paper rosettes and paer fringes a gold, his health, and had ju-- t figured up that companions for yrs, and when at last American who wanted to witness a sec- and other brilliant tints. Upoalthcse he had paid out twenty-fivdollars in on a hospital bfl she drew her hv.t racks the matadors hung their diimcd ond, and it is a and heart- hats, and stood awhile beside tEem to fees to waiter?, and was mad all the way breath, it seemed s if there could be less individual who sits the performance nothing loft to feeble paug of dissolugive the ladies and gentlemen f the ' through. Ho vowed by his baldness through. We were recommended to audience aa opportunity to see and ad- that he wouldn't pay out another red tion nothing but sin ami bone. take a carriage instead of the tramway, mire. The gay horsemen rode ou and cent, aud we encouraged him as hard as She had been w41 cared for in her so that we might return at pleasure, were followed by the mules, hut the we could. last sieknoss by tho- - who gave their time and service to tlo work of charity, When we went up to the hotel and when the second bull was disposed former soon refuf ued upon an catircly different style of animals; poor, broken-dow- landlord gave us a big room with the ship's signature" but it is doubtful if she knew it. Her of, aud four horses had been three lean, lame and mangy clicks, t, and she murHere tho great man broke in wkli: mind lived in the we felt grateful for the ad- which looked as if thev had been turned beds in it. A big negro brought the trunks up. and when he was readv to "Yes. yes, I know all about that. I have mured iu delirium of j. happy home and vice. out of some street-ea- r table as x bait i go the Judge called to him and Wau : sigued the thing. It is herofiomewliere" seemed to be always! caressing a little I shall not attempt to describe the for vultures. They were child. Now she w'oijd talk to it in a cover 'oAW i a "Colored jverson, stand up ! Now I - rummaging in a leather iwit-olti! affair in the technical manner in which ort of leatherarmor. .anntuisooncjcu t .rat .JSjl, ,..,,,. j cl,n bag. "I can't Hud it, but I know I've sweet mother-tonguMM if sing the fond, it is treated by the sporting editors of their iloshless ribs , buti.othini'eoulitdis- - iirmimt Mmw"u-ituiw., i, signed it. Loo'c it re, have you got a endearing language elloe to call it to the Mexican papers, but give a picture jnii-- e the shambl ins and uncertaiKrait i itmno-l- .m .w - u :..i.. her: again she secmei to dread some -i . .!,cab outside?" of the cruel sport as it looks to the un- with which thev ja:infulh ambled alross ; u;Z mnr luLin.e terrible fate for it, and besought God lo i ? i.n II nili . - ' "Yis. my lord." J vumiwJ initiated, expressing a preliminary re- tie arena unar lie savage spurring oi Water, and I mav want a fire, and I shall Then take those pouehe back to the ' f'aTM i4, 1VB to tttke 5t3!twa.v roui the gret l hat the casualties were confined their riders. Ihey managed tofget probably k voii to go of errands, u was ine but oniee. ion 11 linil it when you ifet that iv uoiut. jnwsys h r. so that cium ' entirely to the brutes who across and that was all. was prpont with K jf Vou even lobk fees at me I'll throw there." paiu participated. To eall'it u bull light is a the . child that she cou- flalC fr4 rniUiff k)4n utu-- tiA.f was naugnt he t set of horses were internied you out of th" window !'" I VWkM ir7 OHIII .tlHU n MM UiMl . T'v II misnomer, I I F 117 i the bull doe-- n t o"" XT IAH I. aim 1. n Li ..u ....! , Lmnia," e were mere been much pelLd e " ""i and l,UUH'!" lilml With that Ieat he doe-- n t want to. lie Is baited lllblift miiniiin-me secoau lor siauiiui'T. ' w)Sliiru-i-....- - rlmKint two (lav-:-nuuami lh in society, both on in tho f,htt t......U,.''..l .niiini'r, ..:n: i iwnia ivn ,w innra In il.MimniiHiiat his own his par- lips. i .i...... but as we ..siiiiiii., uiiiuuii; until lie becomes frightened, and iu his omethinjr besides a bull be sacrificed. quite lost his temper. enorts to escape, plunge ;U whatever and the matadors not beiii": amSble morning of mane readv to deoart the ents' This wat all there wa of the dead the third iu conies a conta' "What!" he cried, "do you expect mo lies in his path. viiiniii iu iiiiiuti ims jjramieaiHm. a lte with a warrant to arrest the Judge to carry those bags to the cab? If you woman's hfctorr. Ths yall of & dark The affair of tod ly, as announced pair of animated elothcl-rack- s Tt wn rnilv JSre for t'ireats of personal violence. It had w ant that done ring bell and "tell oast had falk"i unon lit upon tho flaming took place turned in to be goretl. The poor b'ftt-- s been sworn out before a Justice ten our servant to do it. the am not your ' known that the Vdiild about whom she I under "the distinguished patronage" an blindfolded, which is about the only miles awa, and tho complainant was ervaut, and I won't carry bags for you had raved Hud prayed was still alive, of the Governor of the .Federal DLtriet humane feature of the show. ami somewhere iu the citv. But o far the negro waiter. j or any man in Ixmdon!" of Mexico, which here corresponds to s- lieraul His lordship seemed petrified. Never- all search bad failed to find her. h took the two of us to hold the Judge ' rave anoWu'i' " "v i IIo llitrit ,,f Cnli,,,.!.:., :.. .1 The brief funeral ceremonies at the "' "1 w t ivhieh U.e entire al.dicneo;. flio down on his back during his lir.--t par- theless he rang the bell. h s r " .. .uui ..mi ins siau were on the qui vive, arose And shoured. oxysm, and when lie cooled oft' a little "What is your name, sir?" asked expense oi ie e ly. lor Juts was a Mtuand three small bo s UW sons all of per burial were held in the large parthe acro-- s i.tem under fifteeu'vears of age, whom A dotirclumsy, the d pit opened, aol'a said:negro slipped into the room and Lord Stanley. lor of the kspjtal. A joung elergy-- j "My name is Yates, my lord-- " bull po&d he is educating in tile manner of Maxi-cr.- n large, man who bd jut entered upon his his head out into the arena. Thccrqvyd "While man, stand up Now I want "I don't like your manner. 1r." parents. ' work, the assistants of the hospital, 1 don't'liko yours, ray lord! to say to ou dal a yelled, the matadors po-e-d "And bill will at difl'erfat ' I the The Mexican Government has of late hand, and Iarts of the ring ten of them and flie settle dts yer ease jUt a I feel now. IhiI came here properly 'introduced by the one undertaker, hat , iuwere all who yoars become humanized to the extent or two f tranger-stwo horsemen pretended to get roajlv if ou goes to callin names or pullin Secretar-- . made jou a salutation I of prohibiting the-- e brutal spectacles hair or kickin' I'll stick fur Iwentv-fiv- e which you hail not the politeness to re- j were preheat The dead woman lav in within the city limits, and thev now for the fray. dollars ! Dat Justice am my own brud-de- turn. You have uever asked ine to take a highly varnished pine coffin, from The bull IookeI uj, the only tV take place at what is called the "Plaza. which the metal shells wen already an" he's jis avhin' to send some a seat." ue loros orlJuli 1'ark, on the plains, ened being in the entire multitude. The falling in a shower of tawdry splendor. "Wasn't 1 standing myself?" KHters described him as "a valiant and white man ter jail fur six months live orsix-milefrom thecitt. En mm.. e on the Judjrc aeaia for about "Tnat is no affair ol miae. Your so iasjerfeetly were they fastened on. hither one passes around Chapultepec, arrogant animal." Hp wi. i fin,. ilnr of beef, bat he didn't want to hurt am . 1:w'nt3 niinutes, at the enl of which time business as a gentleman was to ask me iieriactjwas composed and peaceful. the famous rocky hill, two miles from tUia'h hrd done their worst . O luittflnil t. .....1 wajF to be seaU'd. And now vou think T am Lifotand w. t .i.n. ti. j. . i uuiiv. - .. o'juituiuuv iMixuiiii snurrnii iiim udiiutu uui uu: uuivuukaimi ... r.ie eitx, upon i.:t. .1. . lTjkGLii;!,L3mii . .ClYlAf T -- t ., "' ilnmB? ., .r,...-.v..- . J'lUUH.V.UIHIl'i thMxrnj,tiOffitl stooujanu wueracorteTTf ,wcre HerC Omj servant TJffll"H!rf tuTTSmfiS; ie had noi Ve,n.d .and ister, ci erected a. bea atifnl cawtle for hi. auu tune- IVUIIM; master told him to carry the bagb to the WASHING THE AIR. sounded a aud that of the long line of iiaten m sijrnt. lie piunjrea one w.i cab. The clurk was following him, heads !,owrd Lkche str.t'n of music. All but was met by three matadors, who "Spanish icerovs avIio su ree'tcd a? him. of Louden li Pini-lie- when Lord Stanley said: "You shall "I ain tho nwurro'-- t oa und thf life ' It was stormed by the United States Happed their cloaks iu his eyes; he How the Atmoiphere KulnfuII. by a hear more of thie.Vr." There was a scream a wad of hearttroops in the Mexican war, and cap- turned in the other direction but was "Whenever you pleae, my lord, I Those who complain of rainy weather rending grief, and tho service was intured after a desper.it struggle. Max- met by three more; then he made a shall be quite ready." woman, young and hagimilian occupied it whi'e he was Em- bolt between them, and darting toward do not realize that not only does the Yates returned to the still terrupted, as a the peror, and beautified it a limited lean,other sidcbf the ring, gave a great earth need washing, but also the air trembling with the excitement of the gard, runted into the room and threv,' as if he would go over the eight-fodegree His plans were crv grand, which we breathe so many times a day. scene. Sir Rowlan I Hill was very sym- herself on the coffin; tbe wadre hed and had he bcn permitted to rule wall. Of course he failed, but he The effect of raiu upon the air and the pathetic and reassuring. When he had gaily in alk attire. A long feather Mexico a few year-- , longer would have struck the planks with tremendous contents of rain have been made a sub- heard the slory, he laid his hand on tho dangled from a gaudy hat e ery thing developed the remarkable? natural ad- force, tumbling forty or fifty fellows clerk's shoulder iu a fatherly way, and about ber bespoke a death f adder than that in the coffin. vantages of Chapultepec, and made who were perched on the top into a heap ject of examination by the Meteorologi- said: it one ol the mos beautiful aud pic- - on the other side. It was the only cal Council of London during the past "Mother, mother," she moaned, "why very sorry you've been exposed "I'm amusing feature of the whole show. turesque spots in the world. two years. Three stations weiv used to this, Yates; but you musii't mind. did you not lot me know? Oh I would There was a grand crash, a loud for collecting the rainfall one at St He's a rude fellow. Don't I be castle, which is very pretentious you be have come to you and worked my aud covers several aores, is now d as howl, forty or fifty legs were in the air, Bartholomew's Hospital, another at ifra'd of his threats. I will tak'e care fingers to tho bone tosae you! Oh the National Military Kcho-l- , the West and the aud.enee 'shouted with laughter. Upper Hamilton Terrace, in the north- ?f that, and he will think better of what mother, mother! come back to me jus Point of Mexico, and 100 young fellows The bull turne.1 around in a frenzy, ran west portion of London, and a third at ,je has said when he' a little cooler. to say j on forgive me. Mother, it is are now being taught the art of war to the other side of the ring, and Haokney. It was, found that the city Depend upon it, you'll hear no more of j'ourown little Emmy! Do you hear within its historic walls. Diaz has a sought in vain for a place to get out. rain contained twice as much impurity t.' me? It U. Emmy! On, my God! I air. Then one of the horsemen rode np in as that which fell at the suburban Sir Rowland was right- - Nothing was too la to! She will never 'speak to mu Silan to arrange then the permanent Mansion, and will probably front of the animal and jabbed a spear stations, and the impurities gathered at again!" card from the Postmaster-Generamake the necessary changes and re- into his face. The bull plunged at his all the stations were in the same propor die report ran over the office that and Pitying friends drew the frenzied Vie pairs. The rooms which poor crazy assailant, bellowing with pajn, and tion. The chief impurities were found next t uu a messenger was sent to Lord woman away. Iu a moment she had Carlotta occupied during the brilliant lifted the poor horse upon his horns, to be sulphates and chlorides, and it Stanley's house, his lordship shook dashed them aside aud lcauiug agaiu but brief period she w.i.s Empress of raised him from the ground, and threw was discovered that the rain caught at nauds with him warmly ami asked him over the dead mother she pressed her Mexico, have been to:n to pieces and him with great force against the side of St. Bartholomew's was alwas contamito stop to luncheon! Youth's Compntt- - lips once twice thrice to the cold the arena. are now filled with rubbish lips of the dead. Then she clasped her nated with soot and disagreeable to the haudj and lifted her eyes to Heaven, The rider, expecting the attack, was taste. The summer rain is more impure Back of the castle of Chapultepec is while her lips seemed to be recording a thd battle-fiel- d of Molino del Hev (the prepared for it. and leaped with great than that of winter, and in the mixture TASTE AND ETIQUETTE. vow. The wintry sun shone out at mill of the king) where General Scott agility from the saddle just a the two of London rain and soot a trace of met stubborn resistance when he at- animals came in contact. There was arsenic is found. In summer the rain Ihimlnjr That Iliirerrnt Pornon Attaoh that moment from the western sk and Kntiruly Different Meanings to the touched with golden finger thu sad, tempted to enter Mexico, but drove the very little left of the horse. Tnere was was shown to contain a larger quantity Words Constituting the Caption Hereof. sad scone of death in life, and life iu Mexicans up the hill. The old earth- not much of him when he was dragged of sulphates thau chlorides, which was Different persons have entirely differ- death, and the minister resumed the into the arena, but the long horns of the supposed to be owing to the decomposiworks erected by the. hiUc: still stand as they were at t he time of the battle, bull penetrated his bowels and tore tion of animal and vegetable matter ent opinions in regard to taste and service wiiore ho had boen interrupted: them out. The bull jams the horse during the warm months. After the rtiquette. Some are sticklers for ceraud are usually visited b tourists. "I an the reiurrectioa and the life." against the plank;, two, threv, four raiu has been falling for some time the tain manifestations of Detroit Free Press. Un the plain lnnond the battle-fiel- d good breeding, stands an ampitheaterine!oed within a l,m aml l,10n withdraws. The horse impurities are found to diminish, aud hile others lay stross upon other and , and the satisfaction with which we breathe MISTAKEN NEGOTIATIONS. massive wall of adobe, the mud bricks lies :v Weeding, disembowled mas-which are used for lm'iMm.r i,o.im.i ; me crown cneers tne tireauini spectacle. in the washed air after a good rainfall quite dissimilar rules of behavior. For The Tramp with an Kyoto 1Iuiiiet., and all the rainless region of tliis continent. The bull having given up all idea of is an evidence that our senses bear nstauce: UU Conspicuous I'lUlur-- . The amphitheater i arranged in the turns upon ever thing he see?, spontaneous testimony to its purificaTliere are men who would be A tramp entered a Chatham street usual form, except that the shady side and the second horse i ridden up before tion. ashamed to oat with their knives, even beer saloon and said to the gentlemai is divided up into boxes, to lie occupied him. Xo attempt is made to get the It has been supposed that London n private, but who will talk at the top behind tho bar: by the grandees, while the sunny side animal out of the wa : he was brought rain is acid, but experiments indicate has plain board benches for the bare- there to be slaughtered, aud took his that such is not the case, except when gf their voices in the public reading-- i " I want a partner, with a small cash footed Castilians of low degree, and the turn. Both horses being disposed of, the rain is collected in an open esel oom. capital, to embark iu a little business gentle Aztecs whose mild cms .md pa- a.iul the bull being completely ex- and left exposed for some time. Under And men who, though they would enterprise, the profits of witioh will be thetic deference give no corn to remain seated in a horse-ca- r to the hausted, the matadors enter the strug- such circumstances the water will all computation b the ordinary cruelty of which their race has been gle, and tease him with their ntfarlet always become acid, since the acid is while a pretty girl is standing, will guilty. The center of the amphitheater cloaks. At fretpient intervals around waslied out of the soot, which exists to throw a banana skin on the sidewalk. rules of percentage.'' such a great extent in the air of Loudon. regardloss of the inevitable is inclosed by a board wall, perhaps the arena are placed heavy plauks, "Keep right on," said the which the matadors would run for TheJfour. uightfeCjt; in height, Mirmotinteil at a point two feet higher bv a heavy cable protection when they were pursued. And women who are scrupulously "I tun n gentleman by biith and edfctrung through stalwart iron rod. The The bull had no chance at all. He PUBLIC HOSPITALITY. njat as to uieir nanus anil lingers, but ucation," continued the tramp, "and top of this fence appeared to be the was there simply to be teased, and who will, nevertheless, persist in wear- would be in personal appearance if I favorite eyrie from which to survey the then killed by 'slow degree,. One The I.esxou TauRUt by the People or He. ing the biggest hat at the theater that weren't handicapped by a want of suitnlKhted India. field, and upon it for the entire length matador, more agile than the rest, able habiliments and and " tliey can get hold of. sat a row of urchins, with here and baits the animal with his lance, and, The people of India shame us by some " Sonp?" the bartender suggested. And women who sing like seraphs, thcro a bearded man, all poised upon when the bull turns upon him, vaults of their customs. There is not, s0 far nbdyet will they keep the car window "A9 1 observed, the scheme will red the edge, with their legs hanging over over the horns by resting as we are aware, a single place on any wide open though they know that it quire, a small ca-J- capital." into the bull ring and their arms cling- his lance upon the ground. Thenlthey American road I'll furnish tho capital." of their where respectable trav- moans pneumonia to one-ha-lf ing to the rope. "Thanks, that will simplify matter? bring out the ornamental dartitand aud catarrh and sore amazingly. Th. scheme is this: You The Governor, a tall swarthy man, thrust them into the bull's hide. f The elers, much less tramps, are provided tin oat to the other half. with a wide sombrero, mustache and animal jumps and plunges with pain, with food free of cost. We draw a lino Ami women whose conversation is a and I have ua do a wager on the late goatee, the very picture of the "haugh- - and tries to shake them off, butt the at watering-troughThe Indian goes libt ral education and perennial delight election, the loer to staud in tho City suu, saw m u. uecuraieu dox. witn barbs cling to the hide, and the more much further. A writer says: "Tho lo tiic listener, and yet their hair pre- Hall park from eight a. m. to eight p. e flag of his country nrofusch drown he struggles the further they penetrate wayside hospitality is a pecnliar s presumptive ovidence m. and grind a hand orgau, with the sents tne ncsn. ins snoumers are covered noticeable in Indian traveling feature that it has had no acquaintance with announcement conspicuously displayed ing around him. He had two his three children, and an order- with them, aud the crimson blood trick- summer months, which, as an in the com 5 and brush for a month, at least. that all moneys takon in at the door act of ly, who with a trumpet sounded a blast les down his bides. He stands paniin"-wit- love and charity, deserves men who never forget to lift will be devoted to the pedostal fund. I, Ai1 commendadistress, his tongue hanging out7 now and then to convey his Excellency's theit hats to a lady, but who can not be unforuinately, am the loser. I will tion. desires. Wo happened luckily to have and is thoroughly exhausted. grind tho organ, but I must bo hand"This institution is no respector of trust jd with impunity for a dollar. somely dressed, and an instrument must the adjoining box, from which we could The Governor's. trumpet sounds'thc persons And men who would die rather than castes, and beasts of watch him closely and hear his com- boll's death warrant. It means that and evenor despised dogs, are burden, eal (heireoup from the cud of their be obtained. When I sm fashionably the included ments upon the performance. the cruel sport has lasted long enough, spOop, but who will lie liko Ananias attired I resemble a cross between a Wall street banker and a genuine The audience was very large and and the chief matador comes forward in it with genuine fraternity. On the upon the slightest provocation. composed of all classes, from the proud with a red blanket and a sword. He high roads of travel, all through the An 4 men who are scrupulously care- preacher. There will be lots of excitecountry, there are cottages built at inC&stilian who came behind his approaches the bull, flaps the blanket tervals by the hospitality of individual ful t give a lady the inside of the ment and plenty of money. I estimatf with a retinue of outriders to the ia nis eyes, the animal plunges at him, walk and yqt think nothing of calling the profits at two hundred and sixtj poor peon who had been saving his and with great dexterity the matador persons and rich men of the localities, upon vou at your busiest hour and bor- dollars, after deducting all expense. fcoanty earnings for a week, and walked whirls and thrusts the swerd into the where tired passengers are rested and ing you until you wish they were dead. This amount will bo equally divid " Presently the tramp picked himself five miles to witness tho ghastly xpecta animal's heart. The bull plunges with refreshed. And women who would never pre"Each cottage has a hired host, who clc. There were perhaps 10,000 people, pain, and throws the sword out of his sume to help themselves at table until up from the pavement, and said: or other high-cast- e is a perMj mistake was in attempting neh and of them were women in body into the air. He staggers and falls son, Brahmin his duty to and it is ask the passer- everyoody else is supplied, who will gotiations with a man who lacks busifiilk and satins, in jewels and rare laces. upon the ground, the chief nevertfiel'ess say the spitefulest things matador who hid their eyes behind their fans runs np, pierces nis brain with a pon- by to walk in and be rested. Any one may imagii able about their dear friend be- ness foresight and ability." AT. Y. Sun. come in and be entertained frith soaked when the spectacle was too repulsive, iard, and the mules are brought hind ber back. but encouraged the matadors with ap- drag the dead animal out. The in to peas, molasses and cold water frco of "Johnnie, you have been fighting?" And boys who never forget to say band charge. plause at tho end of each act. plays, the crowd cheers, and the first "Yes. sir" and "Yes'in." but who are gravely inquired Mrs. Jarphly. "No, "Often an old couple, retired from A band of music played lively airs, act is over. mam, promptly answered the heir of taken with sudden the world, spend their evening days and ment they arc asked sicknessanthe mo- the Jarphlys. aad played them well, to entertain the to do errand J0hn Schermerhorn, The matadors bow to the Governor, whole savings in such acta of charity. people until the Governor oamc, whoso bow to the crowd, and how dare you tell mo an untruth!" exfor their mothers. rest while a Large tubs full of water aro placed outproseace being recognized, the people clown dances in And girls vho do not have to be claimed his mother. "Where did you .the gave a cordial cheer by wav of wel- people in the interim.ring to amuse the side the cottago for cattle and other coaxed to play upon the piano before get that black eye, sir?" "I traded anPretty soon the beasts." Youttfs Companion. come. Then the herald in the'Goveni-or'- s trumpet blows company, but who will turn around other boy two front teeth and a broken again, two more old box blew a signal which sounded crow-baiand giggle when a strange man makes nose for ltjtt, replied Johnnie, as ho are in The farmers of the United States like the "water call" of the T7nU,i bull h brought riddon the and another crossed tUoL wood-pilPittsburgh from corral. Tfc have ten votes to seven of all othor o- remarks about thorn in .the street. State Talrv, the doors of the pitjwero same scenes recnr, And men who would not clean their wwwunc the horses are ccupations., r. Triiunc. I probabl was and eougrat' 'ntion SpanishJwL impU tv? o approval a"t A e. Gme That IId Not Go Down U'lth u their fine jppear-anc- ! (Jov-oruo- r's , , J o cold-blood- ed J j n, officials. Armed w ith a letter of introduction from Sir Rowland, the joung clerk presented himself at the abode of his lordship, whom he found in his library standing before the fire. Yates on entering made his lest bow to the head of the Depamu 'lit. Lord Stanley neither returned the salutation nor asked the young man to be seated. So he remained standing near the door, much surprised at his reception and not in the host temper. "What do you waut?" askod his lordship. "I thought," replied Mr. Yates, "that Sir Rowland Hill had explained it iu his letter It is necessary that your lorde Post-oflic- e ie ELV-DfTAT.flAJR-Ol'.UIieU Slory r l.ow Ufo Told Nrolt .Jouruu5i.it. V N ly n De-- y It wa? hcrtiu D.-tro- ness that his business as leaving him, not believe it, to get along without at one of tho an.! he was going. to the dogs with great one. It is my trj intention to rtlatc a litra.tfdiu and prc-'sion- r lHtUun,lawtt)linrcrfTiMMTlHthlfFllT'ns,Ill"- tiff' 1 rift1"' . J l TTs'. wits ngiy hcii in it iiquur, ..." ."I xniii venomous, lo The fanner grmdVuirie si and he kept in liquor wilh such steadialuable piece of property. trv 4 IS If xou io a most discni-bawcle- d, j I 1 . .1 , ,i.. V ce e! u n tw ,- L .... t'he jMor man knew the danger that en eloped him and tried desperately to break the chains that bound him. But all in vain. The desperate, constant erasing was too much, and it was impossible for him to go out without coming home iu a condition shocking to behold. He .owcd and vowed and vowed, but he broke his ow just as regularly as ho made them. That tenible first drink always overcame him and made way for a second, and so on to inebriety. About six weeks ago he was brought home in a state of insensibility at ten in the morning. Mrs. Matphin, who was a strong ami muscular woman, had him convened to a room on the second floor of the hoiiM. back. Then depositing him on the bod, she pondered and went l for a carpenter. "My dear," she murmured to herself, "this has been going on long enough. This house is from this time on an inebriate asylum, run on Mrs. Matphin's tle experience learned last summer by having my grindstone accidentally broken. !mm er until then did I havca coTTeot estimate of its importance h the operations of farm work. First, 1, wanted to grind some corn knives with which to trim my hedge. Then, I de sired to sharpen an ax to cut some poles much needed; tome of my enrpentry tools required edging, anil last, but by no means least, 1 wanted to grind Ii sickle iu order to mow some weeds--. The result in each case was, 1 had to use dull tools until I could go to the city and get a new stone. You can believe that I went at the earliest oppor- plain of their small salaries, which, the' claim, average only about sixty per cent, of those paid in Boston aud 2?ew'l"ork. Mr. Moody, according to a Cincin-natiais the acid which, touching tho dormant alkali of the Christian spirit, causes it to effervesce into a revival of religion. 4 One hundred years ago, Wednesday, December 24, 1784, the Methodist Epfs-.ouGhuroh in the United Stateiwas organized niTioveH' iBcTCTaTrarDCi'Tr? " timorc. Tenucssee stands next to the iffad in the column of illiterate States, a fact which suggests to the people the necessity of improving its present defective school system. Chrago Journal. ' A student at Wcsleyan College recently described a pillar of thoir auditorium which had been wonnd with an American flag, as a barber's- pole '."emblematic," he said, "of the close havc some of the graduates had to get n. al Philadelphia ' com- - 1 '"" "mt - through." tunity. a-- four-legg- ideas." ed ia-s- li"-h- t i i 4 . .J ft .- ...... post-offic- j a-l- I ..... "rJuig -- ., lir ace-Min- t, j po-,t-r- at-"- nnTl "" " ', ?S ., """""" - , -j long-horne- . '. five-doll- ar j fri-f- r, i ; s s.-- u j 1 t- .- - .lu.r.iii-ii!v.tlifcmiieJni- les-idenc- ??. ..... . r e!t!rl, I ,. -- .. . "Wlmtr mKPvi&Wrih&Tgftarti inVruihaiiitijriiiSK-.:...- - , rr.. ! While Mr. Matphin was peacefully sleeping there were extraordinary things going on. A wieket which would ju admit a tray was cut iu the door, and the door was nailed and boarded up, so as to lie beyond Mr. Matphin's .strength to break it. Then a bed wa brought up and placed in Uu hall across the door, and Mr. Matphin. with a baseball club coir, enieitl. sat in a rocking-chai- r and caimly pursued her mending. At about fourMr. Matphin awoke aud looked wildly around. Arc you' awake. m dear?" asked his spou "e. "Yes. what time is it?" "About four in the afternoon." "Gracious- heavens! I must get up. I ought to hae been down town y instead of wa&tiug my time here. (), that awful drink!" "William, you won't go down town at all, nor nor yet the next day," said Mrs. Matphin, drawing yarn through the heel of a "You aro going to stay right stocking. m that room. -. to-dato-da- y Of course, this was an exceptionally busy week, but it sorves to show the vast importance that such a thing as a common grindstone plays in rural economy. I was without a stone five days, anil, during that time, had occasion to use one at leat five times. On the sixth, I purchased two steaes, one a coarse grit, for grinding tho duller tools, ueh as hoes, spade?, coulters, axes, etc., and the other a liaer grit for grinding tools lhat require a keener edge, such as knhes of various kinds, chisels, I believe plane-b'.thatchets, etc. eery farmer should have two good grindstones of different grits. One. at least, should b? found in good working order upon men- farm. The man who has none certainly cares not either for himself or his neighbor. He is losing time aud time U money aud lias th- - displeasure aud dissatisfaction of working with dull toals. Do not get old, mile, unpolished stones, but get a good, reliable one, with the improvements of the day upon it. The time was when it required two mon and a bo to grind an ax. Now the boy alone c in do it. A. little and machintn , with friction-wheeWhen treadle, i emprise his help. buying a stone get one with automatic Tr'-- co-- t is but sickle grinder use win I'ln-.lighth additional, A dull aejou ni.Tiy siwkle trans v w jis t uur s, con-tinualh ls . jjmmziL jiuiTuti ui led d post-offic- e, t- - ot u-e- l, ' 1 1 j "k-- v bej-on- d be-hii- rfl oonee-qaenc- e. bar-teud-or. down-turne- i feltow-passenge- rs, s. s first-clas- iiidcs-de-cam- p, four-in-han- d, one-fift- ts e. bat before you will do this I Mie-.if jou ilid I should fetch ou with jon will get one of thos sharpI am going to ' refonn you. ening attachments and do it yourself. d peddler Naturally you are a ory excellent man Don't let some s and a citizen. Until you got palm ofi one of his inferior little emery the infernal appetite for liquor there wheels made after the paton you was not a better husband or lather, but tern of the common 'h tncc transferred all there is in you and get your note for $200. I know to the PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. there isn't a more more than one man who was picked up wormier unite m existence, j oh arc that way. Some ono has ascertained that the not woith shucks to yourself or anyTo keep my grindstone in repair and body else. Your stomach is all gon"; good work'ug order, I obacne the fol- man who finds a pocketbook with cash you can't eat, 3 ou can't work and you lowing: I never grind a grcasytool in it doesn't look 'in a paper for three . ' can't do anything. Moral suasion won't without first removing the grease. This weeks. A contemporary tells of a new My way, do any good, and I have not time to can be done in several ways. to makeladie3 taller. The wait for prohibition; for long before the after removing most of itwith a stick or for making people come to that you will have gone cob, is to use saudpaper or emery cloth. ladies have contrivanco , men short. hence, where it is warmer. I hnve or- I hold the tool that I am grinding so It is sakl that bleeding a partially ganized myself into a prohibition party that it will wear both side of the cirand have ratified the amendment. You cumference of the stone uniformly. It blind horse at the noe will restore him to sight. So much for the horse. To are going to stay in that room till you spoils a stone to wear it "hollow.' open a man's eyes you mu3t bleed him can eat a beefsteak and swallow a cup I try to keep my stone as nearly of coflVe without the preliminary cock- round as possible. If one side wears in the pocket, 'ChicagoTribu tig. "How is your old friend Jones gettail. After what you have gone through down faster than the other I know it is 1 don't think you are fool enough to res stone, and that it must ting along?'" "He has been'1 coining not a sume after you have once got rid of the be razeed. A grindstone should be monev lip to last Wednesday.'' tf'Wbv appetite, and the appetite is what you razeed once par year. To do this take did he stop then?" "He was arrested." y are going to get ritLof. You will it out of the frame but not off the shaft. "What for?" "Coining money.' have delirium tremens; if so, vou By means of a pair of compasses or a Drake's Magazine. will "have to suffer. Better death" by scratch-aw- l A Massachusetts woman sold her and string, one end ol delirium thau to live drunk, as you which is held upon the end of the shaft washtub to a party of riflemen for a have. or journal, and the other upon the stone target. They paiil her $1.50 for it, and "Let me out!" yelled Mr. Matphin. at its shortest radius, dcicribe a circle. after thev had gone home she went out "Be quiet," was Mrs. Matphin's re- Replace iu the frame, and with chisel in the field aud brought it home, as good sponse, going on quietly with her knit- and gouge remove all the inscribed as it ever was. Burlington Free Press. ting. "You don't get out of that room circle. Exercise care that you do not A celebrated lawyer once sail! that till jou are thoroughly reformed, unless chip off the corners. Unless a stone the three most troublesome clients he it is not overbad were a young lady who wanted j on break through two thicknesses of becomes very much oak plank, and even then you will have necessary to" razee it off. to be manned, a married woman who to overcome a base-baclub wielded by I remove all ilint places with a hard, wanted a divorce, and an did maitf who a woman who knows her rights, anil instrument". I never allow didn't know what she wanted-Tr-Pknowing dare maintain. Your best hold my grindstones to stand jh the rain or Press. is to keep quiet and submit to the inevsunshine, but at all timei'keep them in A young man iu this city epi not itable." jdagc- - Sot only quite make out whether his rgirl was bnni or other Mr. Matphin. seeiug that resistance the frame, butsheltered the stoneft well is in- sarcastic or not in her remark to him. was succumbed, and was toler- jured by not being protected- after he had quite proudly declared that ably quiet. For four long weeks did I never allow the loweryedge of lm tliere was "noble blood" in Mrs. Matphin keep him there, sleeping a :i great that oulv the night before hero father across the door nights for fear he would stones to stand in water.' mauydo. b, haing troughs beneath had said the same thing about his by some means escape. The result was Being continual" iu watei Guernsey cow. Boston Times. marvelous. His face took on another them. canoes the stone tofrecome s if t. 1 f ou She was a book agent. She called-ihue. and the appetite for intoxicating it is lowered beour office. She was very pretty and liquors disappeared entirely. He gained use a trough see that tone each time sweet, and we fell in love on the spot. in flesh, and to amuse himself durin" neath th" edge of ywir "' "0. we are after being used, a "Sir, I am engaged his confinement invented a valuable maone Before grinding alrtisU lool I see so sorrv. v neu is it to ocr chine, w hich he is now securing a patent for. He has been at liberty two weeks that most of the oxula is removed, If blushed and modestly withdrew. She and shows no disposition "to return to allowed to remain itTobstructs the grit was new to the business, probably have told us what she was enand cutting power of the stone. his cups. Toledo Bkide. In buvim' a stone remember that the gaged in selling, only wc had to ct in Louisville Journalj larger it is the easier it will run and the Why Shouldn't He Understand? How much did Mr. Smith give you longer it will last. You can not use a weddinr?" asked a minister's treadle upon a small stone. Keep the It was almost midnight; the hands of frame standing upon a level floor and at hisof her husband. Two. dollars." wife the clock were toiling painfully around it will turn easier. insignificant w... Vli, Ul.ll their circuit; the maiden yawned and for a rich man like Mr. Smitii (o pay ER. for such a service." "It does seem a THE incidentally remarked that it was growmall amount," he replied, 'bul, you ing late, but the jouth kept his seat. ThcJ Dreadful Creature That Scared a must remember that he has beenuiar-rie- d "Miranda," he said at length, "Ihavc Timid TJttic Poetess. before." X. Y. Sun. made np my mind to ask jou if you will girl with a dimple tripped A "Why don't you call meaT donkey be my wife." room. Every man on and be done withit? You have hinted "I "don't know," she answered, "you timidly into the gasped at the beautiful at it long enough," he snarled but- - "It staff but one seem to lack energy, and energy is an the wouldn't be quite tmc," she replied. important thing in "a young man who vision. undertakes the responsibility of support"Please," sho said, in a sweet and "I suppose not. I suppose I haven't ears enough for that animal," he reing a wife." voice that went right to torted sarcasticalh--. "O, yes? yot course; but why do you think I melting little "Of your boots, "does your paper have a have," she returned sweetly. ?"Yoit lack energy?" don't need any more ears. "What do "Because there doesn't seem to be poets' corner?" Unfortunately she had spoken to the I need, then?" More legs.' Boston much go to you." oldest and cnistiest bachelor on the transcript. "Much go to me?" g force, l creature who cooked his own A dentist, whose skill at "Not much go home, at least.' meals and had dyspepsia the worst He understood her. is only equaled by his quickness at wav. repartee, was recently waited upon by a ."Yes," he growled, without looking wag carrying an old gnrderiifrake. A life prisoner in tho Albany Penitentiary (luring his leisure moments up, while every young man on the staff "Doctor," said he, "I want you to pull am the r. couple of teeth for mc'V "Very found the Old Testament to contain tore his hair in rage; "yes 2,728,100 letters, 592,493 words, 23,214 well," replied the doctor; "take seat verses, 929 chapters, and 89 books. The And then he looked at her so dread- in that chair and show me the teeth." New Testament contains 838,880 let- fully that she divined his cruel mean- "Well, doctor," said tho wag, "I want ters, 181,253 words, 7,959 verses, 260 ing and went softly crying out the door, you to pull these two broken teeth out while the young men on the staff banded of this rake." For a moment tho chapters, 27 books. Albany Journal. themselves togcther.and swore a great doctor was nonplussd by the ioke; but, What this great country needs at oath that they would kill the cnisty recovering himself, he soberlyTpullcd present is a roller skate with an air- bachelor if they dared. the teeth from the rake and .then de- brake attachment. Galveston (Tex,) But thev didn'ts dzre.Hocklund manded a heavy fee," which 'the wag Courier-Gazettsharpi'm: e going to do." "L"t me out!" he shrieked, nishing with all his might against the door. "William," sa:d she. showing hci club, "you can't break that door; and thi-club. ....:.i'r -- hum-- j iiai is wiiai you rr-.-r, -- .ir. fvpetiuinire cOi are 1 d 1 d ru.n. kind of dull tools, It d let!' r. s not p v iudu"B"z n-- .k r The Board of Trustees of Columbian University, of Washington, at a recent sjieoial meeting, upon the unanimous recommendation of the faculty ol its medical department, decided to admit women to study medicine in the institution, with all the privileges of instruction accorded to the male students. Washington Post. a Rev. Dr. Howard Henderson, .of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church, of Jersey Cit, commits himself to cremation. In a paper read before a New York Cremation Society, he said he had made a study of the best means of disposing of the dead, and had come to the conclusion that the day was not far distant when the retort will take the place of the grave. He spoke of the large amount of money expended in monuments, flowers andfunurah. and characterized it as a mockery. X. Y. Tribune. Tho Archbishop of Canterbury, the primate of all England, has an annual income of $75,000, in addition to Lambeth Palace, his London or city-- residence. The Arehlrishop of York, the primate of England, receives $50,000 a year, besides two residences and a large household of officials. The tithes, of some of the otlu-- Bihop arcs Loudon. $30,0)0; Durham, $35,0W; Winchester, $;?5,5O0; Ely. $27,500, and Bath, Lincoln, Oxfonl, Salisbury and Worcester, $25,003 e ich. The Bishop of Sodor and Man, who has neither cathedral gets $10.0 JO a year for doing nor nothing. Quite a flutter has been caused in Protestant Episcopal Church circles in ,Ncw York, by a sermpa delivered re- anliWiYUuv.. ii. llulicr, Newton, in v de-in- , j . ter go two mil 1, s diily and have it an jTXrk with Betxl a sickle. . d'on and r.vuHPJ.-,I.MHr.W4Halii- -" ir iia i lOcnrisrrrtmrTnane otnerequaijy bold and rad cal assertions of a similar psine;BreiicncrUs'iEisn,aitv silver-tongue- first-clas- (so-cnl!e- J) egg-beate- r, character. In his sermon, Mr. Newton, in alluding to Christ, as the prince ol idali-ts- , said- - "The last, worst doubt that could come to me would be the suspic'on that this greatest of idealists was enrried off his feet by the tide ol heavenly life that flooded his soul with divine enthusiasm; that he lost his head in the greatest mission ever trusted to the child of man." A'. Y. Sun. ' u beer-shoi- con-trhan- first-cla- prob-babl- one-side- d ll sharp-pointe- d bis-vein- n and-wou- ld 1 POET-SCOR- N -- blue-eye- d teeth-pullin- poet-scorner- ."' , News. e. aid still more soberly. .& ." Y. Ledger.. s V " F3.- -. V r; ?-- s-- r i Plte Hickman Courier. OEOHGB WARREN'. Publisher. from under her, and I dismounted your little affair is not exactlv arranged," quickly, giving her my arm- - She was I said, "though 1 thought it was, from your KENTUCKY. laughing, though the rain was beating upon appearaiH after that itromennde. Bat set HICKMAX. her, ami the furious guts blowing her your mind at rest. I have at present ho brown hair about. It had fallen""1 covered intention of asking Miss Hermoncieux to her shoulders, and ns shahad dropped her marry me. She is much too rich, awl I am : SAVED. I riding-ha- t, her head was uprotected. Her much too oor unequal unions are always wet dress clung to her person, aud alto- unfortunate." t ami the galo - iast. The wind is Warrington's axiredioit iHiluwtMl Im. gether she suggested the Idea of a naiad. And tlio mornlug sun shines forth at last; mense relief. "My dear fellow. I honor anu a very cnurming oue It shltics oti a jtrlp or j ellow sand. luud. There is nothing to dn l.nt walk home," your motives ." he exclaimed. "I wish I And u sood ship bln'rCiuif in sight of I said. "You don't seem to mind it in the could imitate voti. But, von see. I am Over her deck and her battered side mighty hard up, and I am obliged to dtere- least." Lazily washes tliet'bbtnir tide: garu inese nice not utat .Hiss Ut of the strusxlo aud deadly strife Jhat I am think- sot bins-m- ved but a baby life. that injustice. It A weo frail thiuir is tin? oni- - Hor wnlf. wore recee mm isnniy weii.wi iMtwuuuH hwhcuoii. A wee frail tiling to W sound timl snfo; no doubt it is I said, hvushiux exclamations and everv evidenceof delight "I have Hut all forjroHeii It brief alarms,, 1 came hom wlm,. cWni lulled a ii rctfaer raefullv ... ... see you are it TOri.v uruws in the strainer arflia. r. i..i anu nave nmused mc j- - ;,u ue, ...... so cut Mi, Why not S niVSf" .winder whether promise to if ij uest Hutn;" A SHllnr look t the If tin- form IIHirnnl i ill ....d " . n tiny craft to lime Memmed the she fni.- the iiileast bit of action cerfelt "Well talk of that there will be tainly did Hben her arms wet around my time. I snpp.j. I think yoi said yon - lleck and her JIc hrlis a bit a- ho bend him w, ' were not engaged. Why didn't voa procheek touched mlue? Ami hit, houhttly back to the lony aro. pose on that walk? Then' all would now be .I'ist itch a babe on hi." yputur vrlW lue-- t I rode over to Mr. Feua's this morning. arranged." laughed rather Warrington V 'Sfi Ql'uginjr lingers hi own outvied; nneal v. "I As I came in sight of the old merchant's thought I would, but ifsrmcU amttltcr but wlmrt' Is he? fltdear bov, I apvilla 1 was struck with thsaoutrast between lint 1 assure vou, my a 1ittl afraid, vt recked on the lift-- . may be. of the house and Krmmds 0nd nif own. Mr. proached thesuoject, and I thiuk 1 cjm sav Fenton lias amu.sed his leisure lavishing Is this but stared that In rears, to come that is the affair will aoon b? conmoney on the place, mid nfithiug could be away from its liuavenb hottteV .Vi.n5?".,,ri't cluded." rtio baby laughs a- lite boy once did : neater or more attractive. $ tuiuk env Having made Hiis significant statement, Ah, vlH it be o? Xaj . CJod rnrbkl : was left out of mv iwnpeinhMb but I WarringMu wruug of nll, greatest cordiality, my baud with the thiuking: "The Owner The raflor'.. lnm.1 bus a. ;rf urie touch and ustuldishment i fortunatelf h0 fa"s iu drag. tisapeared toward ge'tiag into his 1'orthesuko or the lad he tor.nl se mtu-h- : the villa. love w ith a rich girl, iwdJBJr ean .usject And soft from I sMt ivflei-tiutlu words that fail: his motives." for more than an hour oj T "God Wti. tho Children; (tod keepthetn all" Kingular interview. lheu I wowiited I was riding tip to the'sSjf leadiug into this Smntfayai JtHw. U superiuteutt of the grmuds, when Warrinsten l531 ln and ro temeadiw. 1 had the drainingnot Ua determined ii i iel pice uf his drug with his superb li3v? ami xv irewr jtr. rcnuwis, since i jhmi kivph jst 3DSS KEK1L0XGIEUX. looiiuuii. ins appearaneefcvwa resyleu lent I would keep HMrto( and his handsome mustacS? goes it. m v enjoyment as he cried Blldw l reset aS enl How I Became Engaged to an uear lellow?" Then thesain'5 "' through Miss wees atterwardinduced vett atoline from Arthur which ride to his bv like a Uash and disglre'1 Heiress in. Spite of Myself. 'the tall gatewav. iSf t,0,,, to u the villa. going homa," said tfee note, v "We are Warrington liad e idH uufe te oeaie and you ou Miss Hormoucieux Jpd the fact was "andgeod-hy.- " em resolved say ., 1 should bardgASU "a1 't i annoying. ' Miss tlennondenx is & great puzzle to not good to be tl'trop.AaMVHX. resolved A'. Au hour afterward I was seated in the mo. What is she golug to do? 1 think to put off my isit, ivfle back slowly for a at my own cowat of asking her, but she would not mile, and then, imptisnt into iJie grounds drawing-roo- Arthur. Mr. Featon's conversing with Miss ardice, returned aad rodp lxi apt to take me into her confidence. 3d' Ihne t0 s had a bettor opinion of you,"sfee said, "I of the villa just k Things have certainly vouched a point beand Warrington ilisappearing "than to think voa would forget your friends." tween Warrington ami herself when he will ona.strolj. Miss Arthur was swing in a rustic "I have lieea engaged draining my land," be called upon to mitke up her mind what I replied, rather drearily, "awl, besides, I veranda. course she will pursue. mad a promise." "Do come and talk to me!" she exI have certainly uevor seen anybody who claimed, holding out her hand, and joint"A promise?" "To Sir Warrington, as you call him interested me as much. 1 should not cnll ing to a chair near her. "Poor SirTristan. only ressuro. The gsillant Sir the successful chevalier. "I supposa his her exactly pretty at loat a stranger I am vour off prospects are as encouraging as ever, anA ,. might not think so. She is a creole of Warrington has borne tothe jrise." Mi Arthur's he is here occasionally?" I was accoustoimxl nbout twenty, tall, rather too (.lender, per- vivacity and so I sakl: "Occasionally? Hs is hare morning. haps, with brown hair worn low on the "Well, the priza, I sappese, is willing." noon and night. But what promise did Miss Arthur loolau at me satirically, yoa make him?" forehead, blue eyes: and a very fair com- her black eyes sparkling. "What actors "I am not c Htain I ought to tell you; but juujkiuu. itiTiuuuw, un over, is ceriainiv you gentlemen are! ou affect indiffer- 1 will do so if vou will regard it as confiexquisite, and sue has away of smiling I found out your secret a dential. He told me of his affair, as he faintly with n shy side look, which is really ence, and vet calls it, and 1 engaged not to interfere with month ago.1' fascinating. him. I hope you understand." "My secret?" It is a pity she is so great an heiress "Yes, I undentaiil. But vou reallv "You are in love with Elise Herinou-cieuthat chills one. A good girl ought to be are blu3hlng. I was certain of are too absurd. I will speak plainly I You poor, in order to find out who really loves it." your friend, aud I hate ceremony. I am her. How can she know, when "she is "What an idea I" I stammered. "It would choose to meddle. Why do't you ask worth a million? She might."' to too stupid. She and her cousin, Miss Arthur, are be"I don't see that it woahl be to .Uipid. Elise inarrv vou? What did Miss Arthur mean? I looked from Northern Alabama, and have spent Elise is the very Iwstgirl in the world, and at her, but she was laughing. "I have althe summer with Mr. Fentoa. He is a not positively frightful. Mr. Warrington ready told you why I do not." i said. princely old merchant who has retired from is enslaved, you see. and you know he is a "Since vou speak" plainly, I reply as business, built a very beautiful villa adjoin- gentleman of taste." ing my tumble-dow- n place,' and the young entitled, I thought, to mv I "Because she is wealthy?" ladies aro his relatives. They came in and was "Is he? Well, I heard revenge, said: "Yes." that he Tune, and it is now October. I believe they devoted friend of yours.' "And yon are not?" are about to return home. Well, thev will was a Arthur colored a little, and I deMiss have a great deal to laugh about, n their tected a lurking GXpcsion of satire on her "Weil, as that is tlw only obstacle visit has proved something of n comedy. lips. "Certain!' he Is a dvoted Elise's money I have the pleasure of inMiss Arthur told me everything. She is red friend, and how charming it will be to have forming you Utat it no looker extete. That a small brunette, with a plump figure, black him in the familv." is a iaet sentence, but expresses the idea." ej'es, and a fund of laughter which senn to "Are thev to be married? When is it to "No longer exists?" lie inexhaustible. The spirit of frolic and "I sea yon have not heard the news. practical joking is her great characteristic, take place f" loeked at me a moment Here is something which will save me the Mis Arthur I" aud on leaving Alabama she induced her without speaking, ana then ald: cousin to make an absurd agreement. Miss you answer a plain nue&tioa? I dure"Will trouble of explaining." She opened a iKwtrolio lying upon an old von, Hermoncieux, the real heiress, was to pass the secretary in onv corner of the drawing-roo- for the poor cousin, and Miss.Arthur, the as"I'll children say,' not 'take a iftuta.' Yes, I will ami took out a letter, which she unpoor cousin, was to pass for the heiress. loaded and presented to me. it." Thence arose complications. Miss ArWell, wkv den'tarta tell KUs?" It bare the New Orleans postmark, with thur, to her secret delight, received marked "TcU her--" I the name aud addra-- of a legal firm iu the attention from gentlemen, and Miss Her"Tlmt viMi ktrtt me vnev- - nuiml. .k. upper coniT. and its oatents were melan. : moncieux was comparatively neglected. ivhik'j mi: , ii. choly. By the defalcation of Miss : Mr. Fenton nud his wife must have been iltar: former guardian awl late 39 'taken into the confidence ct the young la . I am not at ajt aboard," , her entire property had "No, he trusts. Mr. dies: but then the smiling old couple rarelv "If there was h:iv ilettbt. yon wouid sai-lnot beon swept away, together with large mingle with their gay young visitors, and biuvh ho. Do ViW know 1 nfce to which of ths people the farce thus went on until about th mid- Mush? It is so honest! 1 really s?take an assetscashier. bank ofleft the Mr. andhad an city, He had been dle of August. Then the ruse was discov- interest hi you. It is Wirpri.-iiirevealed voa jinpers lat "ilid examination of his mis for; u had The legal ered by some accident, ami every bud v pay m? is"? a much Miss Hermancieux's as a?. laughed, especially Miss Arthur, who is wheu you suppi"l I was a great ou rtrH wrot? to ascertain whether she desired accustomed to say that all men are merce"Do you astounding?" nary. Miss Hermoncieux grew much more "It has atthink that cchiimi of cuntrasf: to have proeesdiujrs liken to punish the th defaulter. popular, and Miss Arthur's friends cooled Uh-i- i I the letter with It among the rest, Mr. Warrington. He had others have iit uvl 1 uro j.j-- teii. goo I but dropped feeiinx jy- - ho regret at all, trange, but uii a great f apparently been very much devoted to Miss mends as l.jft.re. aud I t!y ifc fn as 'nit: lit "I see vou are duply affected by ikmht J Is Arthur, and now became as devoted to her to give each other ad TfBBH Elisa's loss." Mthl Mls Arthar, laughing. cousin. "Certainly." "I sympathise with her siaosrety." T. Herberti.WarringtQn, as he signs him-- , ."Well, Shall Pj SBBBBBBBBBBBBJk' " i the huts sorry. It is "Awl self, is an elegant fellow, about thirty-liv- e vcu t'lf'aei "If heartless in iih- - to laagn, Imt, the otataele years of age, with light hair, a curling mus"Tell Klw. tJ ti a certain iroca'Jiag on the trt of a tache, and a manner full of grace and ease. ma U (H.'IUUI A certain Doj Quixote, or Sir Tristan, if you He always dresses in the height of the fash- least. hi bntve to rik fate." prefer, is now removed." ion, and wears kid gloves even when he is nov, I ft "Bat where is the happy knight. Sir driving his handsome drag. Ashe passes impulse M spa as'Is iinistlaai r.pl it -Warrington?" 1 sairi. ." in his glossy bays, with his liveried behind "Miss Arthur," I vaid,di;l j ..a ev r "He has not toen here kiuce we told him groom in rear, he' has a gay word for every, how Ami yet I am mr he is even ir? Ir the goes" it, mv dear fel- what the unplasani it itob; body, cries: "How call a &n-.sorrier than yoa are. low?" and takes off his hat to ttie ladies he a" "Thatdejlnds. Miss Hermoncieux meets with the perfection of grace. I'nfor- - the greajt sjnrc-- Hcaltud frieuds arc is "I was in max. "So siues-elI feel for of hsupins-.- . penniless!" 1 said.. "I - . tunatoly the state of his affairs is the sub- -. don't lelie e it is goil f .r aynoay an ue her." i vt of common talk. He has nearly ran ver rich. ' jed "1 don't think she minds it. She is a through a fine property, i in the condition with you : "t agree just eiioush a Vst suppose a brave girl, and as cheerful asIbefore." "known as "hurd up," and makes no secret man with i upon ask?" t are of the fact that he is looking out for a rich love with a woman of la Jjorfame,falK iu "What are her plans, may news was so undecided the "They wnat wife. he to doj" sudden. Elise is very fowl of children, and It is not known whether ie proposed to is "Tell her so." I think she would really enjey the life of a Miss Arthur or not ; it is certain that thev "And lm tmspeeted were extremely intimate. When the fact moaev and not of h fethiKkiag 1 of her teacher. is e, tnanlc "That a very honoralde occupation. was ascertained that Mis Herinonfieiix vou." I as But" asstppe.i'and theu added she will true heiress, he laughed louder ,wa$, the. 1 could, "1 suppose "Ami Uat the rea: duu't pay rest, declared the joke excellent, vour address is to Eliw, thweh vou are a marry now, and Mr. Warrington?" than the remained on the best terms with Miss victim !" The-- was -- owwiHig irresistihle Miss Arthur laughed in her satirical Arthur, but gradually drifted in the in her fraukuess. manner. "Voac thing ! I am afraid be Herinonuienx. A3 the days not know itnnti! tutother evening will not bav.s an opportunity," she said. did went on his attentions grew moro- marked," "I is eWird, but I di U4K& it "An opportunity?" and now there is no longer auv doubt. Mv "The other "Ir. Warrington is said to be unwell friend Warrington is going to ick th'e with her. ami eveuiug, wb6 yeu rode honns so gallantly reSeaed her, aud indisposed, if you prefer the term. He has young heiress to marry him, ami what embraced her in that highly improper just sent aline expressing his regret at puzzles me is to know what she has demauuer! She was sliickl. She tld mr being unable to call before our departure." cided to do. i ul Mint it." ""'1 looked at Miss Arthur. -Her HxtwessioB ' Mr all"And made me a laughing-stocii. "Jfea I sup- of satire wa overpowering. This evening 1 had quite an adventure. 1 pose. Well, I can't help that." "I fear the intelligence of jtoor was returning home a little before sunset-"She did not laugh at you in the least. has affected his sensitive feelon the country road winding through And so thnt ib the reason yon are so glum ! and knight, allows the gav ings, and occasioned his indisposition." the red foliage of a body of woocts met Miss Sir Tristan, the sad added. Hermoncieux. Sir Warrington to win the princess Itecnuee sheA heartless, speech !" 1 said, laughing, Sho was riding without escort, and he is afraid of being misunderstood." do feeling seemed to have lost her road, which proved "If you choose. But I .must ask on aud go?" quite overjoyed. "When -- to bo the fact. will not speak to Miss you three favor that vou days." "In "I am very glad 1 met vou," she said, Hermoncieux of this conversation." "Without au escort?" smiling, and holding out a small gauntleted "I promise. So Elise's wealth is tho only "I am afraid so. Mr. Warrington was to band. "I have missed mv wav." obstacle?" have accompanied us, but his indisposition , i And sho explained that she "hail ridden "You are terribly exacting in your ques- win hardlv permit it." out for exercise, confiding in her knowledge tions." "If you 'will allow me, I will take hit of the neighborhood, bufhad mistaken the "There, twill not- ask you any more now; place." , .road. it would be quite unnecessary. You have I "With the '"It is fortunate I met vou, as a storm is told me all without telling me anything, for myself. greatest pleasure it can speak I think, however, would be coming," I said. "I will Cicort vou home and uow I mean to tell won something." I hear her cointo- - ak Elise. only polite by the nearest route." "It will interest me, I hope." ing I don't think she knowf And I rodo on beside her. he was quite . 'iYou arocertaintobedeeplyiuterested." you are here. Will you excuse me for a charming in her dark habit, and her ride "Do relieve my suspense." " have left my spool had given her whather complexion wanted. "Why not? It will make you happv. moment? I Arthur vanished. As she disAnd Miss Her cheeks were rosy and her blue eves But hue is Elise. She and Mr. Warrington she from the drawing-roobright with the healthful exercise. are' coming back. I wonder if he has well, appearedover her shoakler, and an expresglanced "You are going awny soon?" I said. popped." sion of great pleasure and amusement overi "Yes; I am very sorrv," she replied. "You have time to tell me what will spread her face. "Your visit has been pleasant, I hope?" interest me so much." A moment afterward Miss Hermoncieux ,Ue said, in .t "Very pleasant indeed." "No; come back entered, and I could see from her quick We had left the woods aud entered the a low tone. "Look! something has cer- blush that my presence was a surprise to open countTy. On a hill to the left rose tainly happened. Mr. Warringtou is in the her. She advanced a few steps, hesitated, . t my dilapidated establishment. A gate led highest spirits." and terminated her hesitation. Taking into the tield in front. Of the two globes Mibs Ilermoncicux nud her companion with sjWral carvings once surmounting tho came to "the portico, and she held out a her little hands iu my owu, I covered them with kisses, nud said: osis, onenact iniien. 1 thought she noticed small hand, smiliug shyly, after her fashhas happened, and "I have heard it, and said, rather ruefully: ion. General couversation followed, and will not pretend what sorry. I can tell you I "See the consequences of bad manage--- theuilnding that my friend Warrington how dearly I love am now. I came neat you " merit. That is my boutx yonder, und it in was resolved Jo remain. I rod? back home. tailing you in thatstorm, when 1 held you xv. no better than my gate." "It is a very fine old place." What was Miss Arthur going to tell me? ii my urius. VI. "It is a very poor one and very lonely, I wns immensely muzled. At tho end of I have accompanied Miss Hermoncieux too. lam entirely by myself there, and nn hour's reflection and speculation 1 and Miss e Arthur to Alubama, and my not imagine what she meant. can't say I enjoy it." , with the young lady I wns seated ou mv old porch after will take place "It is o pity." this evening. ' Her heail drooped and she looked ab- breakfast reading a newspaper when WarMy friend Warrington was at tho station sently toward the house a we passed. rington drove up, ami, squeezing mv hand n gallant man to the last to bid the Nothing was simpler than her speech, and warmly, said he had come to smoke a ciladies good-byhud not the yet a geat throb came to my heart. Whvdo gar. He presented his elegant case, and wo youngto inform him of and 1 contents of a . heart the speeches unless they were soon seated sniokiug fraternally. women muke these note written me by Miss Arthur after mv are blind? which I do not think they are. "I dropped in to see you, old fellow," he conversation with her and the "A man's lot is not of his own making," said, "to tell von that my affair yonder is morning's interview which followed with fortunate 1 said. "One is blessed with a home circle about arranged." of smiling faces, and another is not. It is "Your affair with Miss Hermoncieux ?M Miss Hermoncieux. iu her note: Miss Arthur said He nodded with ,an nir of mnch enjoyrather hard, but I do not complain." "Elise has told me, and I congratulate . ment. "I am sd sorry very person I should have yon. you ; you are the cousin." For half a second she looked sideways at "Well," I said, "I congratulate picked out for a me with her faint smile and sad eyes. When is to take place?" Mr. Warrington ! was quite fond Then she rode on without xpeaking. "Warringtou looked at me curiously. "I of"I'oor but then ho cut my Iacquaintance s him: I was anxious that she should reach thought you would be more cut up,' he have any wonder I Loma. The storm which had been brewing said. "A million ' is a pretty figure, and abruptly, is it to marry yi'itf" should advised"E!ise all the afternoon was about to burst, and don't turn up everv dav." "P. S. I forgot to say that your sympathe black clouds driving eastward were "My dear Warrlntfbji," I said, "let mo thy for Elise was unnecessary. She has so no trustee; consequently ho did not make seamed by lightning flashes. give you a piece of novice: don't refer , "You will be drenched unless you gal- - publicly to Miss Hermonciex's money ; if away with her money. Tho disreputable ' lop "I said. yon do people will say that you are thinkdue-tI arranged "Nothing would please me more," sho ex- ing of that rather than of theyonng lady." report wasa young me, and the law 1 nm that aclimb of letter with claimed, laughing. "Well," ho said, with a gay laugh, "you quainted with iu New Orleaus. You have "Well, a race, thenT' are right human nature is" uncharitable. the misfortune to We went oa , ran the storm. at full speed, trvingxo out-r- T I don't mind saying that n young lady's heiress in spite to bo engaged Try marry an and of yourself. It was impossible to do so. bank account is an important item to a it. like u brave man, for the sake oi I i Half a milo from Mr. Fenton's villa it burst fellow so deucedjJiard up ns I nm: but in Elise!" in all its fury, aud the horsa which Miss the case of a girlas lovelv as Miss old house with the prefers As Hermoncieux rode grew terrified at the that dwindles iuto insignifi- ball Elise from the we have the fallen thunder and lightning. The rain dashed cance." come home to live and be happy iu a quiet in our faces as went on at full speed, and "A noble sentiment!" way. t '" e though I could see that the young lady "Well, old fellow, I see you are cut up. and contented frequently dines Warringtou was an excellent horsewoman, her fright- after all. I am sofry, but can't help it. I and is gay and lively as evor: butwith ns I ened animal was almost bevond her con- thought I would calfnn mv wav to the vil lie sighs sometimes, and regrets that thint he it trol. la ta tell you how things stood, us it is best not the husband of the former Miss HerThree hundred yards from the gate of to avoid niisundertaudings, and you nre Harper'' t the.viilu occurred the accident I spoko of. too honorable a xaan to well, put any moncieux. J. Knton C'Hilr, in Weekly. ,,A,tree had been blown down across the trouble in the way f a friend." cJkTtisA, and Miss Hcrniuncieux's horse at- "Put any troabk;" r" tpfced to clear it. la leaping, her girth J' Well, heard you were a little soft on Skating rink floors are now made - liroke, bat I was close to her, aud caught Miss Hermoncieax yourself. I can under- of paper by pasting and pressing straw her as she was falling. For a moment I stand that and as long as the way was boards together tinder a powerful hyheld her in mv arms, and bv a natural im- - clear, you would bo 'justified in going draulic press in the same way papei she had thrown her own around my ahead; but " ' are made. When thest seek. Warrington passed. laughing and lookr One feels a queer sensation embracing a ing at me significantly, i returned the blocks arc perfectly seasoned and dried i&.' young lady ia so unexpected a manner. It look and said; intb flooring boards aud are nothing, of course, since she "Are you engaged to be married to Miss thev With sawed laid the edge of the paper forming taifiouateto a footman in the same affec- - Hermoncieux. Warnrrtnn"' But I did not remember . He laughed again, but not quite so aatu- - j the surface of the floor. Troy Times. that; and then the young girll held to my rally. The question evidently took him bv heart, her cheek touching my own fot an surprise. instant, was Miss Ilermonclenx ! that is not precisely 'f.iytil. The rest of iho adventure was rather my dear fellow but you understand." had It was my tims to laugh now. "I see Srosai;. The voun" lady's hon? UNDERGROUND FIRES. IVbp-- t MR. KILBOURN'S JUDQMENT. FARM AND FIRESIDE. Bone, potash and rotten leaves mar g give now life aud vitality aud fine qualities to an olil peach orchpio"-ducin- Ke Began to Suspect She Meant It. . siH-a- l- ! , j 1 -: i , ', - nt TI-- - voj-H- -- - hbliaif z -- : witUI...,'xmi, : - x " m Her-moucie- arm-chuiront- he plain-Speakin- g, x. -- i- -- t dis-tinetl- y. -- er x's , g. att.-iitio- heir-.-s-..- !:.. lu-iu- r i ( are-ne- t iHrT -'' . ith-ITAg- arn re-ile- cl n-- w. I'r.-uc- h 1 , ginia. 'l'he "voleauo" iu Highland Conntr, Virginia, which is just now the subject if .i much newspaper comment, is not jf recent origin, nor of u phenomenal 2naracter. It has existed since the ariieet reeolliM.'tkm of In Highland County the south 'ranch of the Potomac has its source. It is there, a? jt is along the greater part of its way to the sea. a noisy, stream. Straight Creek, s the .tpjn-- r n ui n is caiicii, mis u, oiiria..i in tne ol the .Jack-o- n Rjvur Mountains that ri near llie center of tho county aud tie ml almost due south, dividing the county. In the northwest corner is a -- horl range of high, Ijlutl'y hills called iIm Little .Mountains.' He- iweeu uiie two ranges lour streams. hric meir ourcvs. i woot wic streams, run north, two south. This rid we, or water-sheis known as the Oak Aloun-- " tan"- -a scries of narrow, precipitous hills difticult exploration. Kvcrv-thin- g indicates that centuries ago a laku spread its waters in the then bus'u the Little Mountains and the Tackstm 1th er Mountains: that t convulsion of nature dried up the lake and raisinl the Oak Mountains. Tne nicks iu those mountains are neither large nor numerous, bat the siJ j waxy. Jt is. without doubt, the accumulation of the growth of decayed leaves, grasses' und .shrubs of centuries, aud is in some places hardened iuto the seams of coal, separated by stratus of peat-lik- e earth. fJra? grows luxuriantly upon the mouu1 tain sides, and trees" and shrubs an' abuudaut. n places the rain has deep gulliu, into tho ground, showing distinct layers of soil. For ayes forest fitvs have raged in the Oak xiountains during the autumnal season. In some of those past tires a seam o; coal that was in some opoed spot ha become ignited and lurned ever since. Gradually th heat Ins dispelled the moisture from the peaty soil above it. and the smoldering ilames have gnawed their wa Ihrougk their ftsous covering toward" the surluce, breaking out here and there, tohe temporary interest of the oee.ts'oaal native who happened to strav upon such a spot. The surface soil, thoinrlla mass of half- d.cayed leaves antl ropts of grass, is never sufficiently dry vlo burn in any other than a sniolderiug way. It is porous, and holds the smoke, which accounts for the presence of M) xntioh o it when the soil i turned up. The extent of these underground fires & unknown. A gentleman who recently visited that section, and who investigated the matter with considerable thoroughness, said that the iiros were coming to the'surfttce over a large extent of country, aud it was this that had occasioned the reports about a volcano. Daring last September very extensive aud fierce forest fires Thoy kstad for swept the mountains. weeks and the ground was olearod of all moisture. In many places tho flames from below found vent through the gaping earth, and have continued to bunt ever since, a thev will do for untold years to come. The popl of the count v jrrcw more interested, and the fame of the volcano spread. People from a distance came to see; tho inevitable newspaper Ioe Mulhatton' found it ont. antl the volcano sprang into print a Vesuvius, with lava trimmings, plaits of scoria;, and all the modlatest attachments 0f a ern, live-avolcano. It is a great attraction, ami will continue to ljonc iu an increasing degree for years to come. Tmhv is no jMfcwibilitv of puttiugoutthc fir?, and it will coutinue to jraaw at the heart of the mountains until it has consumed il vitality tttid dies of famine The visible aftVcted area is abMt flight square mile. In place th4orut breaks through with a" slight pressure, exhibiting n inafts of sulmtauce that ha the apjKarance of leached ashes. It i' only where a protrudes that a flame is teen. At intervals are ragged lioles of various diameters, ranging from an inch to a foot, from which t he smoke Jarts at times as if expelled by force. Smoke coming from these craters and strongly saturated with steam. Cor. lUiltihiore American. ' -- -- eom-tosed- ly e direc-tionofM- is - 1 - '' -- k, Klise'.-misfortu- ne , - . down-stair- s. m . 1 v 1 K - .- - mar-ring- first-mention- ed - e. o en-du- ro Her-monci- " gate-jws- t, . ple oar-wnec- ls - " He had slaved and stayed and stayed, and was still staying, when, either by To Von Want to Bus a Do? accident or design, she gaped loudly. )og Buyer's Guide; 100 pages, engravings ard. Congress make the appropriaWill "Vou don't mean to say vou did that Of nit breeds, colored nlates. nrico of docs Muffins: One pint of milk, two cgsfs, and whero to buy them, mailed for 15c Astion to pas your judgment against on purpose?" he playfully asked. sociated Fanciers, ?37 S.Sth St.,Pbila., Pa-John G.Thompson?'' three tablcspoonfuls of yeast, one-ha-lf 1 lthout answering this leading quesspoonful of salt, flour enough to make loot-jac- k asked a reporter of Mr. Hallet Kilbouru, a smooth batter, let rWe he she When-- the four hours and tion said:looked him carefully in the eve looks upon itcat sees a flying hint. as a That is :i matter for Congress and bake in muffin and in a hot oven ten "Can you jell me the difference beThompson to settle,' answered Mr. in inut es. Exchange. Couohsand Hoahskxess. The irritatween my somewhat impolite exclama"My judgment is against Pliun Pudding: One cup beef suet tion which induces coughing immediately-relieveand an article of dining-roofurby use of " BroKR'a Bronchial Thompson sis au individual and not as chopped fine, one cup molasses, one cup tion niture?" Trocliea." Sold only in boxes. 25 cts. s of the House of Rep- sweet milk, oue teaspoon sothf, one cup Sorgeant-at-Arm"N'o-o- ," he falteringly returned. inl mlnutcoc. resentatives, therefore have nothing raisins, three cups flour, salt und spice; "The difference," she explained, in- Pike's Tootiiachk TlRors euro beautifies. 25c. steam, Iwke one hour. The Houeholt. advertently Glau.'t SuJjAar Soap heals and do about any Congressional approdirecting her gazo toward to & nunlons. The hens that lay Inst in winter, his hatt '"the difference lies in the fact German Cons Rkmovek kills Corns priation for Thompson's, relief." and which arc less liable to cold and oue is " Yor can count on mo," as the slow cal- d while the othpr "How long has controversy with roup, should have hoavy pluff feathers that bored a I euV or3 fingers remarked is a sMi!" and its Sergeant-at-Ann- s the House been under the whig. Thoe that appear Mechanically his eves followed the di- IF afflicted with Soro Eyes, use Dr. Isaac. going on?" naked when the wings up inwill be nine year net month variably suffer from are raiscil than recnou m ner steadfast gaze, anil en- Thompson s Eye Water. Drusgista soil it. 25c. "It cold more countering the hat. he nut it on in a since the lir-- t proceedings were initiated those that are plui'v.--7"- n Timu-- . dazed sort of way, and the convention the House of Representatives. 1 was by The State Chemist uf Georgia ad- adjourneu Jio'kiund Gazette. discharged from custody on writ of m habeas corpus iu April, 1870. I then vises growing sweet Mlatoes for fattcu-in- g A large number of young colored purposes. He finds that two bushinstituted suit against Thompson ami girls are being trained, iu Washington, others, aud fought it through the courts, els of thorn are equal in nutrition tsi one as servants. They gave a satisfactory bushel id corn. Lhnd iu th South that of the District and the United States Suexhibition there the other daj, all arpreme Court. The latter tribunal ren- will produce forty bushels of corn will rayed in neat dresses, with white aprons TRADrAoTtJARh: dered au unanimous opinion against the easily grow l.'iO bushels of aweet pota- and cap3. The exhibit consisted iu toes." arbitrarv and illejral action on the xart their ways of cooking, setting '.he table, To cure frost bite procure enough of the House of Representatives in or making beds and laundry work, in oil of to thoroughly bathe which they illustrated the different dering my arrest mid imprisonment, and sustained my suit against Thoni'i-joi-i the parts affected, and keep away from methods that should be used for cleansthe lire until the oil has drawn out the ing flannels and stockings and other for false imprisonment." fiost. If this is strictly followed many washing. IWashinrjloti ZW. "Then followed the jurv trials?" lives and limbs cau be saved and mouths "Yc-- , sir; the Supreme Court having ,ltin1u:rltl "settled the law of the case remanded it of suffering avo'ded. Care should be Mn. Peter Mallem, 212 W. Twenty- back to the District Court, for trial by taken to got the oil. as the cssenc? fourth street, Xew York, says that he suf- - Tree from Opiates, mtile and FoUon. ii .jury to assess and fix the amount of would not have the de.ired etfeot. fered six years with rbeumulism and found A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE iWf. damages." Oil, tho sovereign Tut CohcIx, Sore Throat, HaarscnMi, Influenza, no relief until St. Cronp, Whocflng Coagh, CoMhiiroochttl "How muliy iurv trials have there The Cwnlrtf UenUenwn say5: "The remedy, wasnpplied, which cured him Athra.Qu!nr,r'In3litCjr, hotter " loss by the depredations of in- completely. "" yearly LnnB. tSKttoai ife Throat Price 50cen.su bottle. Eo'.lbyDrasslstsanaDea- 'Three.' said Mr. Kilbouru. "The serts iu the United States has been is the ontv bird wt yearn to crc Pttrttei unatJe it Mm t!.ttrdtaler loprompujf The camel first trial resulted iu a judgment ol estimated at from 30.000,000 to warbli) after listening to a man leuru- - OHttforUimvUlrrtv.rstKOWUet&rprttlcJuirgtt tauittry Kndma on dollar to $100,000. which was set aside by Judge $300,000,000, but although the amount hear to the violin. Fail Uit'r Iding THE CHICLES A.TOGELETr COXrAST, ! M.nufutnrn, &u 0ixx MacArthur. The second jury rendered of crops has been continually increasing vance. play etlllKtrc, 2Urtu4, V. S. ! a verdict of .SGO.OOO, which was set we have no doubt the insect losses have The Health Commissioner, Baltimore, aside by Judge Cox: the lat jury decreased, through the knowledge of Md., Dr. James A. Steuart, 3ays of Red brought in a verdict for $37,500, which cultivators to elude or destroy them." StarCou:rh Cure: It combines in an uniuue For Judge Hagnercut down to $20,0u0."' The ' Cleveland Herald says- - "If and effective manner approved curative Have you accepted that?" are relied upon two pots of butter he taken, and tho one agencies which different schools ofby the "I accepted the situation at that fig- thoroughly washed in weak brine so faculties of the valuable Ingredients.mediSinging Glasses and the , Conure, as life was too short to continue that it will not color the wate,r, and cine, with other or opiates. tains no poisons going through the farce of a trial in- theu work it over and exjwl theSurplus Higher Schools, jury when the continuous dictum of the moisture, and take another lump from " He ain't no violiuist, but ho can just judge on the bench set at naught the same churning and work it over fiddle a cat off the fence," was tho way a solemn of the without washing, but salt it7 at the rate country chop put it. judgment the No better "Books have appeared for years jury, who bv the constitution und the of an ounce to the pound, nd set them , tho following: A Valuable Discovery. law were alone authorized to assess the away, the salted nutter will be the first A graduate of Yale College, Dr. Samuel amount of damages as developed by thr to get rancid and worthless.'" K. Cox, D. D., Practical and Analytical Choral Worship. L ?.,&? SS& evidence submitted in the trial.' One of the most7 appetizing ways Chemist, Washington, D. C, makes tho. Hook of S3ft ptztt IUj pages EIcbwbK. wtih a capital cullecitOH "Did not the Government defend the Sacred and secular Matt 3 jaseof to warm over cold fowls, particularly following official statement: " To tho ifee facM Hvinn Tunea. 1W pases nt AnlttaH,aBdai suit for Thompson?' ducks, or fowls with brownish moat, f& thousands whos9 systems instinctively pzof micciUseeui CBeert Martc. SI. l'erdot. cn,. "O. ye, and employed in all some twelve eminent lawyers, who contested to cut them into pieces, arid let them shrink from the use of Morphia and Opium, simmer in gravy. Take a part of n and especially to mothers, who justly drend The Modsl Singer. ?&k the matter at every stop.' lKpapej. head of red cibbage, cut it iu the thin- tho evil, and at times, fatal effects of these fnrMnsIng Cl:ic. Song, ii 1I rW (jraded 15 y. "You must be desirous of having the mn Toee. and fart nest and smallest pieces you can without dangerous drugs, the Red Star Cough Cure ad 4 O.anu. Abuwtant and iHafal material matter settled?" for tbc tinging School Tcacbcr. 6) cts. rerdez.,C$. is not "Well, I am taking the matter philo- choppiug ii, wash it aud drain it, and must prove a boon. Itpoisons, only entirely all opiates, sophically," answered Mr. Kilbourn. "I fry it iu fat: this may be part butter free fromwhich not oue cough and emetics Song Grosiing. L. O. EaicMOx. A sew asd preparation and part, dripping or even lard seasoned (a thing extra floe aowc b& fer didn't institute the suit for the money meaning lr thai. CeUfcej. is cltogother the ' idglivr n ten consideration that might possibly re- with salt and jxjpper. When it i done, originalcan boast), bnt it combination an Tecbnoiu,rtvl school." High anal aenuola. Academies. and other special of lnMltnle. geramart.-- '. and most happy Nnnal Subedit. 1W sult. In fact, my expense in the nine spread it out ou a platter, moisten with oag of the hra- vinegar and lay the pieces of fowl upon it. the brst remedial agents, and is n 3 harm - large ociaro naKci. a liamioalaed dalcal In beam jest order, both ia words and years' contest have far exceeded the ess ss it is effective. I bae this assertion acdiBterevinglo every one. Also exercUea asd ol$priujjicM (Mass. ) Republican. (Mcts. rerdozen. tS. feggloslurvoici-culturamount of the present judgment. I felt on careful analyses nnd numerous practical A"t boolcnii'Irdfjrl'i.- retail price. that it was an illegal and unjust proIf fears are entertained that the tests the latter iii every case resulting in OLIVER 11ITSOX &. CO., KiMton. ceeding on the part of the House of pickle supply is not going to equal the a speedy cure. CO, 8ST llroadway, SewTorlc C II U'TS JV Representatives to order the arrest and demand, make some ehopjed pickle A Vogeler Qompany, BaltiThe imprisonment of a citizen not even ac- after this rule; it i appetizing and will more, Charles are the Sole Owners and Maryland, ELY'S cused of violating any law, aud I detertake the place of more expensive pickles: Manufacturers of this valuable remedy. mined to test the matter in the courlJ Chop two quarts of cabbage aud two The Head of the Baltimore Health Depart- Kfei33' s. .in BALM and pursue it to a final conclusion. I quarts of celery, put them into a porment, Dr. Jnines A. Steuart, one of the have succeeded step by step up o the celain kettle, jKwr over them three most eminent physicians in America, says: no rain. present, and the principle has finally quarts of vinegar, half au ounce each ol " It supplants the objectionable and harmjudicially settled that Congress, crushed while ginger root and tumeric, ful fentures of other cough mixtures." KcIIctcs at Once. even in the plenlitude of its power, cau one quarter of a pound of white mustard Thorough Treatnot order the arrest and imprisonment seed, two lablespoonftils of salt and five A nirsiciAN recently ad vised his patient of the humblest eiti.en, except by due of sugar. Let this cook -- lowly until the to "live in the sun." The invalid wonders ment Trill Cure. how he is to get there. process of law! And I should think cabbage is tender without bmg soft. Congress would be glad that the vexed lioeloM Budget. 'ol n Liquid nor Stranger than l'Iction question had beeu judicially disposed ore the records of some of the cures of conof." Washington Star. Snuff. Apply into APPLES AS STOCK FOOD. sumption effected by that most wouderful remedy Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery." Thousands of grateful men and HAY- EEVEgg nostrils. GimmI fur t'mv'. I'liltn, HjTs and AS TO WOODEN NUTMEGS. .V cent women, who have been snatched almost at DniKSlsti riTOlvn It a 'Prlnl. IT Properly 1VJ. Snnple bottle by mall Ii from the very jaws of death, can testify SaceaiahrrnalirrBl-sr-rd- . MOW. JILY UP.OTUEKS, Druggt.t, Owego, X. T. A few questions received on this subThe Oriinul .Maker of Tlicia Their Origthat connimptioa, in its early stages, is no loujer incurable. Tho Discovery has no inator the stamp M:in Who Ittveiitnl Hit ject, show that opinions are not yet seti , . LYDIA E. PIWKHAM'S.. equal ns a pectoral ami alterative, and tho I.lkenJse P.uiiiitis Wooilcn Ilnnu. tled oh the vnluu of apples an food fot uiiAobstinate affections of the throat and COMPOUND VEGETABLE Among the articles on sale from Con- stock. Oae asks if apple will produce uPyieM to its iowcr. All druggists. !3 AiV&niVE ere RE FOR necticut at the New Orleaus KxjKsit5oE good flavored milk. Another, if soui All the palurnl Compla!ul will be 160 wooden nutm"rs, lorded "I must shake clT this lad habit," said a and Weaknesses so ramraon applets will fatten igs; another if aptramp, as he gared at his tattered coat. to onr tint over by a solitary giant specimen a fool r. 1. Journal. will be aaft for four or e FK'IALi: I OI'lLATIOX. This ex ples or thereabouts in height. Trice St 1. EqiM. rUler lciemrr.r. Yoang Men, Krrul This. flush e product of Connecticut bad a " ' iT'ttte htnhnptf Its pnrpas t Apples hae btren fed to cows-Co., of Marshall, Mich., w.n. Iirst The Voltaic Belt dlKXW and thr rttUf large sale at the Cent"nnial, and will a ciirfw a.i Sw Uttify. j if elaiituto do, Offer to send their celebrated ELKcmso-Voltai- c with good iveiilts both in increasing the all Ovarian It wttl eurt ent rely IVBcif and trouble, probably command a premium at New Uelt and other Electric Appliances MsplftCfrmiBU, asd rai-yield and improving the quality of milk. on trial for 33 days, to men (young or old) e imwqueiit Spiaai Wcnrs awl I. The ston of Connecticut Orleans. wuw Chante of life. . afflicted wita nervous debility, loss of vitalhave eaten butter from milk of cow.-fe- d disiTlcraTlFic It remcees FaJitw being the land of wooden nutmegs anc V'e kindred troubles. Also ! r. Per WeVwf the Stomach. hay, and ity nnd all on apples and early-cu- t ? many othvoo!" Prtrtl), JlesdvV-- . It cuiT- -i El vlT.7,Mror.!-wooden ham has been supposed by tin. nd J"f IV rrr"si-llneral I'ilt . Rut il er diseases. Complote restoration to health, found the quality excellent. rra raurlEjr Ttiatf'nTof average citizen to be highly legendary, guaranteed. "So "'"T1 hyita u5; larjre a vigor.and manhood trial i allowed. risk must lie remembered that too A MAN WITH THREE LEGS. Write Send stamft a Mas? f rrnmph'tt. LeUer.pt as JJO days' but it is prou-- the contrary. quantity of apples will decrease the thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet, free. In.mlryr illlc-.t sly irerei' ftr talent rfrjrrfri I am the first man whe "I believe A HimirlaH Vlh-- i Kihlhits a str.nx of milk. This may result from vaOTTsceresassKc-- , gets ever made a wooden nutmeg," ski J. yield verv sel freak of Nature. It's We "knowloni that the umbrella Bosthe fact that apples are composed whereof we speak. lidt. lit a room in the Park Hou-e- , Wcdnes 11. .Most, of this city. "1 can not tel) nutriwholly of ton PoH. day afternoon, a Bavarian, lltirty-thrbut it was long ago. yon the year, Of tive ratio is one to forty-thressgW5ilrifsrfJi33l2Ijse''i" " TA'hat years of age. named ('eorge Lippert. also made a wooden ham. 1 nevei course apples do not contain all the ele- forget.' we learn with pleasure we never rpoin'rod-- c wlrenthetTOdetheiwell known and eele--l following is Alfred 2Iercler. The trnt 1 i II VAX A any l presented him-c- lf for examination anu make them ofOak", other material than ments in due proportion to make milk. a case in point. " I paid out hundreds of CIOAK COMP ST. tl0 NlfW YurrlC & KtLisr or arra8?rtner.tx of which tree remthe Charter bushed per day dollars without receiving any benefit," CoKnrt n pud ro tho rifrnt nun. 1 or mnber partlca-ur- a one-haNo more than , inspection to- a number of physician' nants still at oner, andtensis remain with me. When 1 cow, and from Unit says ilrs. luniiy ttuoaus, oi Aicunues, THE MEW YORK &. HAVANA CtOAt? CO. t is known made the first it "was commented upon .should be fed to a ami surgeon. Mr. 57 Broadway, New YorK. to cine peek. Apples contain an acid Mich. extensively in the newspapers and shown which assists in the digestion of other ly dra ami accurately tie.serinuu as iiiu Dr.:IL .Pierce's ' Favorite Prescription' legged man.'" lie has two legs which to an old dealer in spices who said, withITOHiNO PILES. food, and thus, when fenl in moderate did niomoro good than any medicine! over Syz ptouis Jlulf tnrr. Intense reach the ground and one that is turned out smelling of it, that it was a very quantity, they apjicar to lie more nutri- took. I advise every sick lady to take it." tfoulnsr nit nt nlirW. up behind him, the latter originally good nutmeg. When t'-- fact of the tious tlian they are. Apples, also, pro- And so do wc. It never disappoints Its SVR, NE'SOIfJTMF'. y sure care. Druggists sell it. placed in that position by Mr. Lippert sample being a wooden imitation came mote health by being slightly laxative patrons. It VQtWl.T.T EFFK'Al lot s In CU'IN'G ALL "i"h as Pimples. lUotclie, Ilab. himself, who was sensitive about his out the laugh was turned against him. and keeping the secretions of the stomTe'ter. Itch, salt liut uiu. no dollars, my son, you To accumulate it. In Of course you can detect them by their ach healthy. deformity and desired to conceal ternmrnhtta3tccr Ion? standlcir. must have some sense to begin with. fact lie does conceal it o well that it? lightness of weight and puncturing Second Apples have proved very Burdeite. presence cau not be guessed as he walks them, but not always by the lack of beneficial to pigs, especially when on Pile Tumors, along the street. His left leg i per- odor, for I sometimes gra'to a little ival clover. The clover being nitrogenous, painlessly M B S03IETUIMJ .YEW JVXTJ GOOD fect, except that it has six toe.. Where nutmeg upon them and keep them anil the apples just the opposite, these however large, speedily and salve. Send B M I,s.TI333 3?A. -r T33 cured without knite, caustic or the right leg should be there are two wrapped up in it until the aroma is con- foods seem to complement each other. 2ix cents In stamps for pamphlet, refer. legs growing side by side and covered firmed. The whiteness is chalk. The In such cases pigs will fatten fast, even ences and reply. "World's Dispensary j vjes-j.- . ,test ever maae. hinged durable. with white upou sour apples. We have known pigs Medical AM'tion, CIS Main S,BiuTalo,Y. i cover tin boxes. No. 1 for Frizzc.or. No, 2 for loose by the sjunc skin as" far as the knee, oi real nutmeg is not Try a Say which There arc two in its native state. Being an oily kernel, grown to 100 pounds, live weight, on very near that point. Electric breastpins are tho latest ra crimps. Combox. stamps. Sentyou want. . O.lylOc postpaid. Address In per box. ir tulUS.E.SOUTOX.l'.aiCentralMasliU-Jl.Chicagothigh lwnes, two ball and socket joints the experts rub it with whitening or apphie and clover. The pork is found vention for the benefit of hotel clerks. and different sets of muscles, aud the some other white powder. In making to in flavor. We Chicago Inter Ocean. sweet motion of one leg is entirely independthe imitation I first rub them out never knew a pig to be ill when fed R. U. AWARE Faith without works is no good. 11 Ii THAT ent of the other. Each of these legs, roughly in a lathe. Then I have to core moderately upon apples. Rut it is well Just so with clocks. Boston Post. which may be called the second and and rub them by hand, holding them to feed corn or meal for a few weeks Lorillard's Climas Plug t, between my thumb and fingers. This is before killing, as this will ripen up and third legs, has a separate A gambler is a bad man, and the man bearing a rri fin Jap-- that Lorillard's ItnHP l.pnfrtnecnt: that Lorlllard'a and from the knee they are entirely n very trying task. I had an order for harden the pork. Sweet apples will who will not gamble is no better. Xavy tlipplnc,and that Lorillonl's SnuUs, J separate from each other. The second making some for the Southern military fatten pigs faster than sour, if apples the best and cheapest, quality considered ? Mrs. Fishwhackkr, who has just reshort 1 had are principally depended upou, but if leg below the knee has but one bone, visitors, and the time was from Europe, declares that her knob with three to work nights. My hands became so gram is fed with the apples, then sour turned trip has taught her "just what them and this ends in a bony ocean toes attached to it. It is this leg that cramped that I could hardly use them will do even better than sweet, as the Latin felltrs mean by Sic Transit." X. T. l bare a pcsUlre r.auOy far the aboee !!.& ; tiy Its he uses in walking, the termination be- for some days." aoid will assist in the digestion of the Graphic. ww.t t.a tnoasaad.orcae.ot toeTeeu.tovtalajaaaef faltfi rusdlDCliare teen eared, la TWO rune I. my The fabricator of Connecticut's grain. ing protected by a padded cup made to B0TTi,E3 iKE.3. How mast sides has a round plum pudla It.eaeacT.thxt I w .end together Wta a. VAU. AB1 KTKEATISEoa this diKua lit it. The third leg has all the bone, wooden nutmegs displayed a box of ' Third Apples arc also beneficial in ding? Two Inside and outside. u uc m. to any .acerer, . were so natural that the irowinjr calves. Calves are apt to be and muscles to be found in the leg of them. They IL.T A JloitVI 151 Tesr M . X.w Tcik. A New Hampshire cobbler makes squeaky any ordinary man, but at the foot is visitor was thoroughly deeeived--- as was led almost wholly upon dry food, and d customers hoes to order. His twisted in a most extraordinary man- a little housewife later on, a more wonthis sometimes produces a feverish state aro bound to havu music in their soles. - ner. On this foot there are six toes, derful feat. "They "went off like hot of the system, and they become what is Troy Time. . which all move as Mr. Lippert wills. cakes at the Centennial," he said, "and called "The apples will Widows and MadaonlrbytheK.T.A This leg, though not the one used in I suppose they will meet with the same cleanse the stomach and give them a condition by widowers often mend thcii IlaTana ClgarCVs. 57 Western Rural. way, it. Y. ask F03 it. walking, is nevertheless, the propct reception South." Mr. Most will send good We have seen appetite. tie Best 9 Why is the sun like a good loaf? Beright leg. Until Mr. Lippert was six- several samples, highly polished, of six quarts of apples to a calf proteen years of age he used all three legs Charter Oak wood, with a transfer pic- duce a remarkably thrifty growth, cause it is light when it rises. Fascinate, obstinate lovert. I in walking, and each had iLs own inde- ture of the famous tree upon them. He when the other fooil was good. The Wards off sickness and Verdi favors of pendent motion, bnt he could not stand will also send his roll of all the Govern- English feed turnips largely to all pitch. Musical the lowering thothe musical a dcllghlfolodor. Is tlznply wonderExhales way, has pitch, by rtjsht. Acenis aSer for sample, fells the remarks his appearance drew forth ors of Connecticut and their years of young stock, and these promote a nothing to do with the music of the pines. ful. Send JAPANESE hPECIALTT aCO, Chlcaro, IU. Wanted. made of Charter Oak letters on healthy growth, but we think apples . and the older he became the more sen- service background. ATcio Haven quite as good as turnips, iuey give "I wish I were a muff," said a disgusted sitive he grew, and finally he strapped a dark-blu- e poker player. ''Why so!" inquired his a Register. the outside leg up behind him in such for paKkwork. tnem such a vigorous appetite, causing astonished friend. "Because then I might Send II and set ts worth: Over Silks forSOcJt worth 2 worth way that it could not be remarked. He them to cat and digest more other food have a chance of holding a fair hand once for S5c Pieces from Neckwear and aflk factory 873 Twenty-fou- r O'clock. kinds and colors. 1AKUMTO CO., Chlc&so, Ht- naturally thought the outside leg wa! with a keen relish, and thus to make a in a while." Judge. the superfluous one. when in reality the rapid growth. them, nVLiup To IntrodnceAway wa Old porter "PorThe Greenwich Observatory, in conextra one was in the center. Tightly In feeding apples to cattle, it is safest ter, thegentleman to railwayfrom the lamp-hol- e ATJTf!, UX JC XjJX. win civa Iryuvrii3t i.o Washing Machine. rain is dripping in strapped up in the way described, the formity with'the sentiment of the recent to run them through a root cutter, so as ns yonr name, add rrts,ai! express oH'c. all over my trousers." Porter "No, THNAnONALCa,23DejBt,N.'?. muscles became rigid "and contracted Universal Meridian Congress, has be- to prevent all danger of choking; with sir, it's quite water-tigh- t, I assure you; in such a way that it is impossible now on a dial of early cut and nicely cured clover hay, li's only the oil leaking a bit." Exchange. reckoning of time Hand-Boo- k FREE. to straighten this leg. Another sinnilar gun the hours. However reason- two quarts of oats and six quarts of apX. fl. .fc A. P. rVCET". Cereals are cheap oven in tho conti- PATENTS Pateat Atfys, Waahinstns, D.a thing about this third leg is that the toe- twenty-fou- r ples, wc have known calves to gain nued-story papers. Ar. J'. Sun. nails grow under the foot ami not as in able this plan may appear, it must, in ninety pounds per month. IVJshlnff I liPCC cheapertiaa erer. a perfect foot. Mr. Lippert has three practice, meet with what would appear excellent relish Ioc An iron-da- d Apples are also oath follows the sitting LADIES Send stamps unwkw iur lijusuaieu vu skilled horses. We have an coiarsiotj. J. it YE, JttKflUlo, Jf. X. brothers and three sisters, all perfectly to bo insuperable objections. A found them n pro- down upon a tack. in a railroad yard, who tection against disease in work horses. formed; lus father and mother are in Via Vtaoa sent c.ojvaBTwhere."WBoXThe worst kind of fur to wear near tho HAIR salc&UeUU.l'tSce-list.rVfe- . Wabash axJJ&aee. no way remarkable, and there is no acts instantaneously and unerringly They are very fond of them, and will BjCTZZfiX,IS7 jv". Y. Independent. record in his family of the birth of twins. can not, without the destruction of his digest their other fcotl better with a few face is AfirCi A MONTH. Acnts Wanted. WO best . tic is another living illustration of the usefulness, be disturbed in his opera- quarts of apples, and for this fact we X$assviei'SX. A smooth nil Address JAY BEOKSON. DrntotT. iixes. The cheek ol a book-eo- t. $L)J scllIn;artlrlralnth-worldcan, have come to regartl them almost as s peculiar method in which nature tions by a theorist A Chirjiaa fhm. works, and no theory yet ad- in his" mind, sec "ten minutes after valuable as oats for the work horse, vanced satisfactorily accounts "for his four" and "three minutes of five" at when feel in place of four quarts of oats. It Is a fact that most cf t'te Horse and Cattle Powder sold In this strange deformity." Finding his extra once, or a hundred such combinations, Xational Live Stock Journal. Is worthless: that Sheridan's Condi leg a serious inconvenience to him ir for that matter: bnt it would require tion Powder Is para aad very man, and one equally well rateable. Nothing oa Bswta will nearly all the walks of life, he finally another A fatal truth spoken iu jest was maln Tn. law iiv overcome his modesty and consented to trained, to see "ten ininntes after six- that of a fanner's man in Delaware CondlUon Powder. De. oat ttaspooafBl to each plat of food. It will also prevent aud care exhibit himself. Boston Herald. teen" and "three minutes of seven- County, "N. Y., who, a few days ago, j bum hoc tooiera, c wjm tinjiTOT.ur nsti in L 8. Abo furnished la line Mas. WslUkCIf A. Xtest TSXZ.ttsoisi. JOHNSOX 4 CO, Boston,eani. fer teen" with exactness and immeasurc-abl- c was drowned while trying to ford the breeders' . Qemitt price by asaH, In Chenango County, "Nety York, quickness. Chicago Current. river near that place. He was driving recently, seven men between the aes ol a team, and instead of crossing at tho twenty'and thirty-fiv- e About 840,000 is to be expended in usual place attempted to ford the river years sat "dowD aad cored wUbastthe kaffc IJfe Scholarship In the PATi for BCMlXEvS CQL1.UBE, seat tree. rOLKsTHX CAICERIS ob trnume Aurora. KaseAajrest to a dinner, and, on comparfog notesf fitting up tho new Garibaldi Park, at A e work, Xew Jersey. Fosltlees M. D, Ca.UI. of a mile lower down. Beforerartnates. Katlonal patroBe. Write it was found that not one of the seven Clifton, Staten Island. It is to bo or- fore starting out he said, in a joking A.N.K-- E. tor Circulars. COLEBAS sVPALMS, lOlsl, e statue, and the way: "1 guess I will be drowned tosewked, chewed, or used tobacco in namented with a WTHTEX WRTTTXe T ABT7rSTtSK never drank, went to the cottage where Garibaldi resided when day." The team swam ashore. Albany in siwTerUatBatsii sr sayjQB Mir M twraateta Bplojet,nldrws y.w,KiM,iaa,Q. khaH-- , theater, or played euchre. Thiy were an exile in this country is to be moved Journal. : photographed. Buffalo ExprcSs. on the premises. 2?. Jf. --Yat'". Causes the Vhenomena la Vtt Vir- What It Cosls CongrcsJ to Imprison a Man rnlawfully-- A Talk With the Vlatntlff In a Celebrated Case. to freeze solid?" asks an exchange. It will, wo think, be.a cold day when it docs. Detroit Post. "Is the earth t. theolde-jtiuhabi-aut- . Kil-bour- n. m tur-iuilc- iit 1 loot-lul- ls Side-boar- ; m d, jii some-grea- . . fc-tro- Jne-ob- s . 5 1 -- I i Choirs, Conventions, i j aTS! Bxer-cie- s to-da- y ma-l- c - Catah ??? WSmwm - full-fledg- tirst-cla- s, ct liir. ' m-t- coal-sea- m -- MP V- , lonl ci. '' '"' InfianuM-tionaa- d 1 - portteBUrto-adart-- TTatoU-neT- -- . rn -- d -- st carbo-hydrate- s: et 1 e. To' A libi-ra- lf Lip-ier- e ! S''SZS. V-sr- OAER CRSSVSPERO .j--i.-rutuplnbiDds-umelydccorair- buu-pl- e, sti-eake-d 1 knee-join- mm ; o 1 u.Teeii-etnm- - well-heele- "hide-bound- ." 5 m PPBQIAN MagicCharm mmm& """ Broad-Fositive- ly kiiviiiii s. LADIES coE ey m time-keepe- r, e- Ctoodse-isrsa-toe- d. chin-chill- y. time-keep- sir-fa- ce er sonio-time- n MAKE HENS LAY ki PUInleiJ wniVlxKli c, mijmi s.na $Jt one-eigh-th S40 life-siz- . any-for- Youric Men ?AVS8S& fr IP ii ... li f HT- - 'Jr C? 'k r.. .,J, r j-- ,, rflt - JLAZ&iJPi' fcrS-- C' -- ... 4 If li: "c-- V-r y ' n. "fRVv1 -- v" 4.J$. 7 i r S " ) 1 sS . ','' r j&. fi r ' J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leadln? attorney of VjWinona, Minn., writes: "After using it for more than tbree years, I take great pleaa . sgUuU ' In the CouniEit of last wetk ure in stating that I regard Dr. King's first-clathe marriage of Mr. G. W. Xew-to- n New discovery for Consumption, as tho to Miss Mattic Stubbs was re- best remedy in the world for Coughs and Colds It ported. It should have read, severe coldshas never failed to cure the moat I have had, and invariably Miss Mollio Stubbs. Miss Mattie relieves the pain in the cu'e3t.p r Knricyiitiv vnnnrr l.wi r.,i.o. a vear since WlllCIl tiiuo ho is still heart whole and fancy free. Trial Bottles of this sure cure for all wn e Diamond Sewing Machine, the am also agent for the light-runniheld the position of editor oi e have tins liberal proposition to make to our many friends and cusThroat and Lung Diseases may be had Free 15 years, and much loved bv his IVolice! at Moore & Landrum's Drug Store. Large associates and acquaintance. We the Gainesville Begister, the lead- ladies friend. tomers, and to all who feel the need of economizing these hard times. N. B. I alo have the best stock oi Undertaker's Goods, and will duAH pereoni indebted to na will confer a Hize $1.00. extend sympathy to tho bereaved ing paper of northern Texas.!18 propose from February 1st, till the middle of March, to offer our f ator by coming forward and nettling acsection plicate V3TLO W Customers politely served on short no- winter 13oots, numerous friends in this family. Shoes, Clothing, Gloves, Gents heavy Overshirts and counts at once. Men who buy large bills of will be glad to hear of his prefer tice. Store across the street from Holcombc's new drug store. Underwear, Ladies Cloaks, &c., &c, at cost, for cash. When tee say cost, Alexander &. Maxweli A report to tho Tennessee ment. goods get lower rates than men Kespectiullv, Jan. 9, 1885. we mean cost, and that means lover prices than anv competitor can offer who buy in small quantities. This Legislature gives tho facts that Within tho past month a rea Squire Meredith recent convert to soiritimiic., at nick- hi t is man, Ky., got an order from tlie TJ. Dudley, Bishop ghost Rt. Rev. T. , of his of Kentucky,, will preach in St. in obedience dead immeto Paul's church, Hickman, morning diately went and which ho t,,e paid and evening, on Sunday, Feb. 15. dead man's dues to hisIodgo of Odd FellowB. That ghost would Nbte Plaut'e Beraoval. help tho exchecquer of several General Hancock's recent bereavement havii g led him to de- needy societies by paying a visit cline tho post nf grand marshal to this city. If iiis 8Ucccss has of the inaugural ceremonies, the stajiug qualities ho might make a s starring tripall over tho committee has selected General country. Paducah IXews. George B. MoClellan to fill the position. A Lawyer's Opinion or Intercut to All i ii LOCAL NEWS. Paducah has contracted for at SJBlUlll Ul I1H UHlUr-IYUrK- S brother-in-law- "t first-clas- i PURE country male APPLE VINEGAR at CowglU'a Drue Store. fast 1.... not much will beaccotnplished be- - of town Wednesday night, of TO MAKE BIO CLAIMS in print, to sav ray Furniture "is the best, fore tho spring months. When pneumonia requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the these works are completed a great Mr8. Lvdia Wheelor died at tho Mr. claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-b- e many manufactories will bo loca- - 'residence of her grandson, last rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods arc "the U,eV this county, may look for a big city uuft.simlliy Illorili;ig gcd about 80 best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when asked to give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" Tho river is falling nicely at: years. at his goods. This is a good way for people who keep inferior goods and wish Hickman, and all the upper rivers Mr. W. L. Owen died are falling. There is no present 'home in Graves county last Friday, to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. prospect of an overflow, and tho of cancer. Mr. Owen was qn,t0 over . sanguine have commenced nn nld man. hriwr in his seventy .. preuicung mat we will nave none sixth year. He was the father ot o Hope so, but an- - our IMS spring. Mr. i prehendit will come by and by. Owen. is the thing that tells, and I propose to duplicate PR ICE$&Z Mr. Ed B. Walker has been with 0:uro Luttrell, son of Mr. Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, Jno. Luttrell. died at hiss fhtliiM-'s- elected clerk of thjQ State Senate and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you jur. now iii RoKcinn nt. Austin .,, know .i xncwinunn hi it;i. uiwiviiiuu, mi MIllIBUiO " . " "" what good I UIiXJTUJlEs, and perhaps you don't; ii you want morning of tvnimiii lie walker removed to 'exas au"b the test give me a call and I will show you. tllO WPSltllP.r Will tipvmir Ki,f ' r.,...:i :., Ua I wnrk on tlinin will tir nncliml nc nilU UlC From Clinton Democrat Avr. r Hickman Coim c.nnra Z iVinil ni the TpPj I I nnntltV. went rbis Epj fik fait Pi opetltlon" nri : t HAT IS nHTff5) 9f I ! -- fellow-towiiRina- n. QTJ II V-L- ss ! i I -- -- -- -. A JSoVLsx Saved is aBoilar Made. U ,-- ,. 1 ----i "-- '..,, ao. a a T I ng PRICESrtt Hickman now has two passenger traius, daily. One leaving here 11 a. m., and arriving at 4 p. m., which is tho regular mail train ; the other leaving at 12:30 and arriving at 3:45, night. i is a principlo in trade, and it is backed by many sound reasons. Again, men who ship large quantities of freight over a railroad get lower rates than those who ship small quantities, and it is justified on the same grounds in the Mince 9feat,&c. ono case as the of&er. If shippers If you want some nice Cranberry at Hickman and other places Sauce, and Mince Meat, go to would study this point, there is J. W. ROGERS. money in it. The name of Miles post-office, prevails among the stock and cattle in West Tennessee, chiefly about Jackson, and the report further says that the only sure way to prevent its spreading, is to kill tho stock. plouro-pneumoni- For the nicVmin Cocbieb. YE CLOUDS. ST X. BMMA T. this county, has been chauged to Jordan, and our clever friend W. J. Copeland, the postmaster at that thriving place, requests the readers of the Courier to be so Can any one brine U3 a case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Electric Bttter3 e say they can will not speedily cure' not, as thousands of cases already permanently cured and who are daily recomnotified. mending Electric Bitters, will prove. Itch, Prairie Man- -, and Scratclus of Brizht's Disease. Diabetes Weak Back, or ' every kind cured in 30 minutes by WOOL, i any urinary complaint quick cured. They TOBD'S SANITARY LOTION Use no act directly on the diseased parts. Every other. This never fails. bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50c. a bottle Sold by, J. W. COWGILL, Druggist, Hickman, Ky. at Moore & Landrum's Dru Store. An Ainnver Wanted. The great Xew York dailies The Ballard county court A eloidlet trembled in the report "money easier and less in house, with all the county records, downward cast iti tearful eye A sparkling gem fell at my feet demand." In the Courier office was burned in 1SS0, but the incenAnother nestled on ray cheek. the quotation tor this great ne- diary was never discovered. Last And when methous;lit it nearer drew, On fringed wings away it Cew. cessity is exactly tho reverse. week, says tho Paducah Xews, Another, and another came. But papers, like great men, will Ballard county officers, arrested Circled round with belts of flame-- , differ. one Tobe Hendricks, now a resiA moment paused, then throwing down H right jewels from a shattered crown ; Outspread Its rainbow robes of light Judge Baxter of tho District dent of Graves county, charging And plumed its airy wings fei flight. It Court of the United States, in a him with the offense. of is intiBallard Still y come, and on they go mated that citizens Treassuit to compel Like legions rushing from the foe ; Their starless banners waving high urer Breckinridge to pay a death in high standing are implicated, Across the kingdom of the sky. of benefit into court, decided against and that some one Thethem, has Nor do they pauv, their raco ne'er don long and made a confession. Before the mighty central sun. Breckinridge. Wo presume this excited wrangle about the county Then speed ye wingrd cloud, your race, will end the long and uncalled for No more I'll seek your s tormy fac ; seat removal fanned the flames. feud in tho Knights of Honor. For earth, nor clouds, nor waving air Can soothe this heart and drown Its ore; Hickman, Ky., rejoices in tho Then turn ye not your restless flight, Bncliltii'H Arnica Snlve. prospect of a new railroad, which The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Henry Hot pause to talk to ue Co., Ky. is to run from St. Louis to the Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Mississippi, almost parallel with Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Eruptions, and and the Iron Mountain. It is claimed Corns, curesall bkiu no py required. posiIt Zlns ilic Si ate Bceu Rob- Piles, or tivel bed? that St. Louis busine intonate is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, llick-j0- r demand the new line May It is a notable fact that the Frankfort Price 25 ccnU pr money refunded. uvurs rejoicing ue not in vain. oox. rorcaieai .iuuk utii'iunujia. newspapers made no mention of the sky,-A- nd -Ex-Supre- winged cloud your flight. ; And cine nn J talk to me Coma trll me, why that ill J unrvit That iweeps atross your stormy breast 1 I too am a&i, and o'er my aoul The dirk waters hoarsely roll. O. tell si why that pallid brovr. Why wear that leaden wreatblet now ; And litre ha lied that golden hue That rippled thine eye of bluet My brow is pale and 'round it tiao The cypress and the myrtle Tine. 0, why those great, soft melting tears, Embicra of vanished hopes and fears, And that lingering, bearing sigh That swells the bloom it pastes by ? Come tell me all, my ej es are dim And pearl drops tremble on the rim, O, turn y Jp, markable fatality has overtaken tho Sheppard family, who lived in the Deweese neighborhood, this county. Tho elder Sheppard, tVi William, his wife and a son were V rAsYeai taken down with ineumoniaand died within two weeks of 'Jsuflv other, another son was downiitK tho same time with pneumonia and another son suffered at the sainc'timo with a sovere attack of erysipelas, though it is thought he will recover. The younger Sheppard who died had just reached his manhood. B. T. mm isw&w 3?. fft7if S0WJ I you, for our goods were bought by the large quantities and for spot cash, and at the lowest margin possible. So come and price our goods and if prices fail to suit you, don't buy. Li "y ,EaEJiva;Ei l fczk,&rit!,tj -- 8 f PLAUT BBOS. & CO., SUCCESSORS TO T. Yho Made the Low Fncest -- xox- o'r Next Monday, Fob. 2, is ground hog day, and we make the announcement apprehending that some of our newspaper contemporaries may overlook the event and fail to catch the earliest signs as to the opening of the spring. tures out, and if he sees his shadow returns to his hole winter not being over; but, if the reverso, the winter is ended and spring opening certain. Some years ago the COURIER announced spring based on .Mr. ground hog, ami the issue of the Courier containing the announcement was greeted with the most furious snow storm of tho winter, and since then we havu't predicted our weather predictions on the ground ho T3 WEnaounce ing to buy. oi "We to our friends and the public generally, that we hare just rtcdved stoek of all kinda of Furniture, and solicit the trade of parties tvinli- can chow all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Also, a fine line On that day the ground hog ven- AVe propose to make our prices to suit the spirit of tie time. You can rest oieurcd you ceed never leave our house to look for chemnr goods. We propose to Fell aa lov as any retail Furniture 3,on- - in the "Purchase. "aTsnTTrinm iMgyraiwsff ,- - s.3y Yerv rcspectfullr, tli-- HBALEKS I1ST T. P. WILBURN & (XX CSTS.ore rooms In new Odd Fellows building. X&TAU kirn! of Repairing lone on short notice, and in a vre are prepared to give special inducements as DKUGS. MEDICINES HOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Supplies. Fa,,cy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DItUCS WST SUNDR I ES, etyla AJo PA INTS. OI LS, &c. i ro Charleston (Mo.) Enterprise. In spite of the depression in trade, sales in the house of II. Buchanan, the first three weeks of this month exceeded the month of January last by over 500. Does this look like hard times. Ailow ns also to remark, parenthetically, that this house is a liberal adver Alessengeiiger'fl tiser. DOW Thero has been no drouth, panic, or plague, crop3 have been For the Cocoim. AND SHADES, good, farm products cheap and A Willi I of Industry. abundant, and therefore we want GEOCEEIES, Mr. Editor: somebody to tell us, why is all Suppose each man in a commuGLASSWAEE, DOOBS, SASH this hard times? Is there any real nity able to command over $1000 is it largely a pancause for it, or BLINDS, &e. surplus, would organize into dific of imagination working real re firms, thus aggregating a ferent suits? capitol of from ."0G0.nnd upwards We respectfully invite all to call and .examine our STOCK before Wo have had the pleasure or to each linn, and each establish purchasing elsewhere. adding a number of new names to some profitable and needed facour subscription lit this week. classed as "professional experts,'' torv. wouldn't it make a whirl of1 Ti of the There is room for more. Three but last week the thieves give tained. A robbery betweenState industry? Wouldn't it prove profV. tho without collusion old subscribers who because of their reputation as professionals the Sinking itable to each, and to the whole hard times elected to quit some away by attempting to rob the Commissioners ofand the Treas- community There are numerous dkai-sir i weeks ago, also, say it is mighty residence- of the editor of the Ad- Fund, the Auditor impossible, except such enterprises that could be urer would be hard to do without the Courier vance. The Advance suggests by means of burglar's tools. As thus successfully inaugurated. at home, and have renewed. DRUGS, HBDIC1MS, FAINTS AND Biil-STO- ll, that if captured they should be far as wo can see from the regn What say such citizens? X. s T. P. Fortune has bought out, sent to the insane asylum and not lar reports of tho authorized disxuc tjayoso x'narmacy, jo. doi. 10 oiaies prison of the State, there is no 2C jzsl ism J& jKJ 9 Main street, next door to Menken crepancy, and we do not believe Miss illcn'.s School. The Tlickman box factory and that a single cent over has been, Bros'., where he proposes to keep CARhFJi.'.? COMPOUNDED! -- J Miss Adel Allen respectfully announces fgy- PRESCRIPTIONS here- or ever will be, misappropriated a first claBS stock of drugs, Lumber Company spoken of to her former patrons and friends that her toilet articles, etc. Mr. O. tofore in the Courier as a proba by tho several gentlemen now school for girls and small boys will open DEALBR X3ST The Open Sky. Famous Bad Spellers. C Oliisum, a graduate in pharma bility, is now a fixed fact, and will having charge of tho finances. in her new Academy building, Monday, I'cbrunry Oth, ov, will be retained to dispense oommence busiuessjust as soonjaut furthermore, that had thero atid Qttcrtet the It is a strango thing how littlo, in ge is A writer ' people know .!,:.. .,'.been anv unaccountable absence and solicits a share of public patronage. eral,part of creationabout tho sky. Ithas notices someinfamousJN'oca who wero bad men medicine ay and night. Mem as ..l. necessary macinncry tne in which nature the spellers, as follows: "It must be admitterms: be bought and placed. Tho now of funds or securities in previous phis Ledgt r. DiRTTGrS, done more for the snko of pleasing man ted," he says, "that Hogarth spelled ill composed of Capt. S. J. administrations, it would have Primary ClaBS 52.00 is soul anil evidfnt purposo more for the (ho writes 'guilt' for 'gilt' in a faa Ono cow can be made tO C, v S.OO Ti,.nn IT discovered and exposed by Intermediate talking to him, and teaching him, than simile I possess), and his education had for the cream, at Glasgow, AND 4.00 of is'amp.T, been one AdTanced gl.85 The long ago." in any other of her works and it is just been avowedly neglected. this PATENT there is a creamery. ., iLon.. ,i to her. tho part in which we least attend "Nevertheless, .instead of cataloguing A.,, .;n In addition tho owner has the;" Inn lapses; it might perhaps have been There are not many of her other works HUBS. luuwomuo UIUC1 HUM ;,in0fr:D mis AUoQina frjpc?is skim milk for other purposes. remembered that many of his contemin which some more material or essential Graves County. purpose than the mere pleasing of men is Does this payl These creamer- follow. sinned nearly as much, and with MED1CINIES! poraries rrom Mayfield Democrt. not answered by every part of their org less justification. ies are being established by coJeff Davis, when the train Eev. W. G. Dillon, formerly of purposo SEWING MACHINES ganization; but every essential "Setting aside Her Majesty Queen operation of the farmers of certho old liberty bell from this city, was married at Cleve- of the 6ky might, so far as we know, bo Anne, Marlborough, Peterborough and tain counties. ew Orleans, Philadelphia to answered, if, once hi threo days or theren Tenn., on the 18th inst., to others of rank, who may bo held to bo A.KTI Judge Campbell has sustained stoppeu at nis nomo, iieauvoir, Miss jary Graigmiles, of that We would say to you, that you abouts, a great ugly black ram cloud above such trifling considerations as should not neglect the opportunity were brought up over tho blue, and doubling the consonant, and so forth, I the city law of Paducah authoriz- Miss., made a glorification speech piace. so all left ing taxes on professions, trades over the old bell, his little grand ' Mn j0lm "R. Poplin, son of Dr. of a lifetime, by not buying some- everything till next time, and perhaps a have found errors in scholars like TDILETikilTICLES with again in Swift even. daughter throwing her arms round a T.. Pnnlin. of this f.itr. iio,i thing in the lines "of choice goods, bluo ana employments, but on the film of morning and evening mist for dew. a letter of Dr. Watts, of pious "In ground that whore thero is any the bell crying "God bless tho old' suddenly at Poplar Bluff, Mo., on which we are closi ng at prime cost. And instead of this, thero is not a mo' heavenly mansions is &C, &C" &Q. doubt as to the constitutionality bell. Mr. Davis, ty invitation, tllG 15th inst. Tho particulars of We have added Blankets, Com ment of any day of our lives when nature memory,with thot. &c, &c, Sc. written a party to escort his death are not yet known here. tho is not producing scene after scene, picture of the law, it is tho duty of inferior formed one ofV.n nitl- as a paint"But I take Reynolds, who, and Cardigan Jackets to the after picture, glory after glory, and UUI1 lilLU V. Von. JLcourts to sustain tho law, holding 11. n l.Ol ;.. tUU IslfJ nf X1UH !",.- Mrs. M. J., wife of Mr. J. A. forts, er, is more a case in point. In ono letlist, which with Overcoats, Clothing, ' still upon such exquisito and ter of his, in Mr. Locker's collection, ho gf Prescriptions filled at any hour, day or night. Ring night bell after 10 o'clock "Wyatt, died at the fahiily resi that there is great doubt as to the leans. principles of tho most perfect and Winter Boots and Shoes, make p. M. 'adiu,' writes 'comunicate,' 'validity of the amendment to the dence, two miles northwest of beauty, that it is quite certain that it is There is a perceptible im- town, on the 11th inst., of typhoid quite a formidable army. and 'Wholes (for Wales) twice. city charter authorizing the tax. provement in trade in tho leading pnemonia,ageu2 years, S In his 'Italian journal' of 1S50, if you all done for us, and intended for our permonths, do It would pay you, evengoods at petual pleasure. And every man, wher which also belongs to Mr. Locker, I find, The greatest burden on this cities, and confidence stronger. 19 days. not need auy of these ever placed, however far from other on hasty examination 'trolies, country is demagoguery, and there This feeling is reaching Hickman Mr. Giles Gough, of the Gloar present, to buy and lay away for sources of interest or of beauty, has thi3 'especially,' 'agrcable,' 'Baf-rieis no antidote to demagoguery but and having its cheerful effect. In Springs neighborhood, doing for him constantly. Tho noblest future use, as you may never have and 'Buffele.' accidentscenes of the earth can bo seen and intelligence; tnereiore, it you jSew Orleans corn is improving ally shot his "Many of theso wore no doubt duo tc son, an opportunity of the kind again. known but by few; it is not intended that your country of- - thia now bringing readily 51c to 52c, a on the 20th inst., while would free more carelessness. So, too, wero some cleaniii"-hiMonet saved, is money made, and man should live always in tho midst of bnrden, not only subscribe for clear gain of I cent. Hickman of Hogarth's, though no one seems to gnn preparatory to them; ho injures by his have excused liiin on that head, or tc your local papers, but get your buyers are paying 42e for sacked Ho is reported to bo in a a hnnf. it would prove a most profitable in but the sky is for them bright aspresence; all; it is, it have remembered that orthography in critical vestment for you. Iry us once. neighbor to take them, for in those delivered. This is the only pro- condition. Thefold, popular and alwayseliabl6 Hardware house of is not "too bright nor good for human the eighteenth centurv was not yet o fine papers the subjects are discussed duct now attracting any attention & MAXWELL. nature's daily food." Sometimes gentle, Mr. Samuel "Walker's residence, ALEXANDER ait." upon which demagogues get in in this market. sometimes capricious, sometimes awful; about a quarter of a mile southnever the same for two moments totheir work. Man a Laughing Animal. east of town, was burned last SunFrom all theroportsof the Sew gether; almost human in its passion Mr. E. B. Brevard, the old re- day morningat 11 o'clock. Everv-Man said to be tho only animal that The arrangements for tho in Orleans Exposition it has been spiritual in its tenderness almost divine can cry,isand yet he is not really a crying auguration of President .Clevo liable hardware merchant, has thing in the house was saved. The rather poorly managed. A great in its infinity, its appeal to what is immora laughing and smiling l.nri rA tn hn tim most. nmrmifiJ moved his hardware store into the building was worth $1,100; insured deal of allowance mnst be made tal in us as distinct as its ministry of creature. Ho ishours which bring tears Has a splendid stock of the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware, creature. The is blessing firesides cent of all preceding inaugura--j Eobjn.son brick wlere lie has for its incompleteness so far, on chastisement or ofwe never to what to es do not come very often. Some no ono which are offered at sential. And yet attend it, The report has been in circula-th- e tho score of its magnitude. tions. "We are mighty glad to see eryxningarrangeu and m readiness or twenty years in which see ten we never make it a subject of thought, Democrats return to power, i to serve his customers, &c. His tion here this week that on Sun-bu- t has cause for weeping. Many hundreds but as it has to do with our animal senmeet with 110 sorrow for a .store looks fatty per cent "better, day night last, near Pryorsbur, President Arthur will resume sations; wo look upon all by which it in common with tho old school, garter a century. The davs .on whu Demo- - anil even Dick, himself, is now a James Tonhey, well known to our tho practice of law at the expira- speaks to us more clearly than to brutes, equare-toed- , man cries arc Jtu of the country, we regret tot7rabJe S00d looking gentleman,! citizens, was run over by the cars, tion of his term, and his friends upon all wliicli bears witness to intention crats davH of his hie. .Alan is au uuimu. the of the Supremo, that we are to receive aB " alays was ono of our clev-'an- d that on an examination of his think will go in training for see all this pomp and display. All most perfectly a but ho is cah ttore from the covering vault than the iorrW Not many days pas and that the very lowest the market justifies. All goods guaranteed to Cleveland needs to do is to take; re?ta,ld ra08t straight forward .body by a coroner a bullet hole nomination in 1S88. light and the dew which, we share with to tho business men. was lounu in ins head, creating that bring no pleasant smiles laughter in be exactly as represented. the oath, and go to work. Illinois has a surplns in the the weed and the worm, only as a sucThero is a column of Til Pl RllRniP.inn tlmr. hn linrl linnn treasury of three million dollars. cession of meaningless and monotonous Ihcc&lv The light dramas Our genial and enterprising The Prohibition nartr mid fiftorwnriln accidents, too common and too painfnl to Whereupon the Washington Post he and ingenious nniuiij , friends, Alexander & Maxwell, are tuckv. whifih craTTA Ht.UUUU, Qinft Wii IHO : i,n i. i.:.i painful tragedy R x ",w - 4I,U ,W mn.l. .tAM inlftl voieB"' is congratulatedTti. its state After inquiringIUofIIIUU IUO CI11UU.- pithily remarks that a slico of it ness,wortha of a moment of watchful- fjLL,i,W08. while all mankind would3 glance of admiration. Husor every one like- might be advantageouslv invested by 71" "1? "Z Tk";;. popular, because ton. ought to bo executive committee on tho growth ly to know anything about the oc- - in a oti.,-;berlamrhthan cry. It vor ZL -' insane asylum. &c. ol 1110 s arrangiug their stock, A. Bohemtak of the ... .. ,..-. nrmnnent in UV 0f.the organization. March 19 is currence, we learned yesterday first water was re- I and worth that man cently turned out of his lodgings and intrins c sweetness nameda.sthe date for to prosper, and are determined to, convention in the city aofgeneral- that the supposed dead man was it with his face lieannng in a miserable littlo room Louis- seen hauling wood Tuesday. It LOWER and L0WE& out as SSIrSes, and this smile widens laughs The best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. without furniture. Ho met a G B vme l0 consalt and adopt such is a cold day when a mangled Sars pass, and tho dear old father mern-- The attention of builders especially desired as this house will give speAll kinds of Groceries hams, sides. &c. mend ard said to him, "Lend mo a pmblic bargains and honest, square, measures as may best promote tho corpse gets up to haul L:, niindnMi. and ono i &B cheap as the cheapest. I will not bo Jur." "What for?" was the answer. Ueimg. interest Of the tiartv. J QnderaoId we suppose tho rnnnrt is false. ,.y dear sir, I should be bo ashamed men Ti& one electricity thrills the heart cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. JOHN WlfTiNS. A correspondent wants the Courier to favor a no feuce law. We do; but don't think this county prepared for such a law yet. It would suit some neighborhoods, but some it would not. Tho requires tho fencing in of all stock, and docs uojjrcquiie fences - for fields in ctpvniion, but makes it a trespass lo enter siifh fields, just as if enclosed. TI e ime will come when swh will be the law in the State. In the meantime, wc should bo glad to hear the opinion of farmers on the gro?s mismanagement, if not criminal conduct, of State ofpfia'fl. If the report is without fouudation it would pecni to be the first duty of the newspapers at the Capital to put the publio mind at rest. Covington Commonwealth. startling rumor of Says tho Frankfort Yeoman: 'We never saw tho article until it appeared in tho Frankfort Capital of Saturday, or we might have reproduced it, with tho comment that it gave no direction to inquiry, except to the Legislatui e, which has power to overnaul all tho departments. If there is any discrepancy in any dtparimeut of subject. the State government, no rumor or suspicion of it, except through Union City has been afflicted the article in question, has ever with a gang of petty burglars and reached the people of Frankfort, and inasmuch as and the ruling belief is that it is n they have defied the best efforts purely sensational, and the of detectives, they have been no measure bo susin house-breakers, As assassination docs not keep the Mormon elders out of Tennessee, the bill pending in the Legislature to punish the teach- nig ot polygamy oy nno ami imprisonment is not likely to have the desired effect. Tho way to keep the bees from the flowers is to destroy tho hive. Louisville Times. Fied Douglass says that his race will do as well under Clcve-Im- d as they did under Grant or Hayes or Arthur. What will the Commercial-GazettCincinnati say to this? The New York World says that Mr. Raudall will not be a candidate for Speaker. Mr. Carlisle will have no opposition. e AGENTS FOR THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE R L. MOORE can bo found at D: PARIS' Office, to attend night I Contractors and Builders of Houses. colls at Moore &. ii J rum's. PRESCRIPTIONS A. SPECIALTY 'F Our Stock is complete rn all lines,? and wo will sell very Goods bought of us. HERTWECK, BALTZEB, & CO. MANUFACTURERS low any DRY GOODS, SHOES, tkioL TSOOTS. OLOTHTlG. T ' r7 T. r r- .tucmh?uw - WIS !si!r HAitt.' .;As. CITETAINS WINDOW QUEENSWAEE, akkts ANV i)lh i - vff it. UJL.OTH-S- Hickman, Kentucky. OIL PAINTS statc-mentca- - THE OLD RELIABLE MAS. A. eOLOMBE,. jgfc SOI. otli-cer- jhz c medi-riue- s, J. W. COWGl'LL, . Trusses o,-'fir- m ; gfi in.Lu V- -l A w; car-rvin- NEW HOME PAINTS well-watere- d, Var-burto- n 111C3 work-,tn- g con-'Btant coffo-hous- c,' 4 'Ap-poll- o,' l, ; eleven-year-ol- d 9Mh1&M filESa tVA rni29 s -- ev-fores- S. J one-gallo- iimu.r" crea-i:.i- r'f .. nflCen-lmiiri-lere- il tlir-ntt- '- :'"." B- -.- .1- fire-pro- of -- in-all- ea PRICE ROOFING. Alt abso-jote- ly , I ! -- 4 I,"" oarglars should como into my room.' of infant and of patriarch. V' U AX 111 V JtAXU - p "S - 4 Jj. "" 1 ;P?fcjPCRaBEglBiMPl - tMK1 THE HICKMAN COUBIEBJ r " thePw'kuklux. TfiE CONVICT QUESTION. THE TRUE SOLUTION. To the Citizens of the Counties West of the Tennessee Jiivtr: F021 STATE cftViftK. rum Culmnl.QN Tlmea. I A TERRIBLE DEED. Why does tl.o Cou-kie- r i". .sins. cniirhe Gov. Bate's message or policy in making con vict wagons WlW. raHhis world coming to &c, and soiling them to Kentuck' anyhow !Wn addition to the terlansl Kcntnckians won't bti workfof the dynamiters and them unless they set them cheap, rible cr, will they ; and If they get them i'ih"sts with which we are regaled cheaper is it not to the interest from time'to :iuie, here cou.es deof Koutnckians to buy them? tailed accounts of a regularly or uu8 me uoubieu want Kentucky to keep her convicts unem- ganized association of assassin?, a society, in Floployed for the to sup- - wholcsajumlcr rida, AvhifPSiptcrs or lodges in port in idleness tax-pavers Query! n Association of Assas- - DIKECT011Y. LonU. S. OIlVElLVJIEXr. President Chester A. Arthur. Vice President Senator Edmunds. Sec'y of State Theo. Frelinghuysen. Secretary Treasury McCulIoeb. Secretary of War Robt. Lincoln. Secretary Nary Win. Chandler. Secretary Interior Teller. Postmaster General Haiton. Attorney General BrewaUr. 8T.VTK We are of tho opinion that the time has arrived for tiic people of of Kentucky our t lie t!,"mlv foiessional" Cards H. A. & R. T. k Dynamiters at Work in don. tfETHE'SJSALOOtf. A -- lr' ? - Obion Cou:;ty. different partsof that State, and "JfO space DR. W. E. 'MOIfRIS. X. trouble to name all arUoles, bulno The Cotjriei: docs not advo- it is said that similar associations to show goods. Autiomc and see, at the corner of Troy cate keeping the Kentucky of tlio Western s exist , iuoi:ic PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and Moscow Avenue. East ilickmr, Ky in idleness, hut on the con-- . oiates. unBiiiprma irequent "iJMiV, AT trary that they should be employoccurrod in difStau Printer J. U. Woods. Offer, h nrnfesginnnl prvin i. it... ed in some Citizens of Hickninn nnd Yintniitr Can labor, ferent partsltS,UQ State, and no COURT OF APPEALS. Be lound at Fortune' G.rPcerie5 Drug Siore. but desires that labor to be of a cine could ltaiiicd to the asJoseph Lewi?, Chief Justice; Thos. P. character that Tvill bring the con- sassins, untjIIiastfoYCCk when one 2sets Lower than tLe'toweet Hargis, Thomas Hincs, and W. S. Pryer tnvict labor least In competition with fr. Abbe wagjnssnssiiiutett near Judges. B. P. O'DASIEL, M. D., I have no clerk expends uo sura ren free labor. It follows rr and pay ca.--b for ull k,t Groceries, nd Sradenton.neiL one of the as orriciAis, PROFESSIONAL can sell a6 as the cboap that any labor they can be employ- sassins wasMWired, and made OFFERS to HIS citizens of HickmanSER therefore brunda or Mayor John W. Coweill. the ;nul ot. Best Wittenberg and len City Judge George Warren ed at comes somewhat in compe- the aliiiostiTcrjecliblo revelation vicinity. Star Flour, 26 cem cheap er ihan the low Vily .UarahalO M. Wilburn. Office Corner room in Laclede House. il- tition with free labor, but the least that a regularly- - organized oath JOhN Willi l,Q, nue we aro not pcrS: City Clerk R. E. Millet, ceive of quamiod with Mr. objectionable is probably, the plan bound socijfr'cxistcd solely for ' fren, wo wnoiesaienothing that justifies such City Tc,i3urer W. L. McCutchen. slaughter of iiiiiocent have for a lonjr tinift ktown him people. A.. A.. ITA.XiaS. Mnrketraaster submitted by Judgo Bullitt, the puuisiiiuontand assassination It is charged upon tho City Tax Collector 0. M. Wilburn. WM Uone by convict labor under by reputation, and fr'this we IvUh, but of course SALE AKD LIVERY STABLE the Wharfmaster Courier this week, to of citizens whojaa majority of said proper management. earnestly ask our rcadp to con- of the Irish people are great bodv Sexton- - W.J. . PHYSICAN AUB SURb'EON, Webb. innocent of orK mem on the public roads socu ty froiaiany causo whatever While I am no advocate of the. sider his claims uponc party any connection with 'such work. Councilmen T. AI. French, J no. Wit HICKAIAN, KENTUCKY ana turnpikes oftlie Common "desiredgtrhl-of-'-PnrtlicrM- fl .. r . . which has been camod Irtwenty- . & Pakkeisw ?.?. ting. H. 0. Deckman, E. Case, B. C. n it isjjie.irigiuitnM, it is only R ;i-aiV n vo years failliful, t i r atuage, U. Aloore. wealth, and which plan has been vestigau'o" tended to confirm his ihjii wiiu wrcu moor, even when small coteries of desperate and KENTUCKY STBEET," svip L c xi0' his Professional Services tt advocated for years and years by horrilv'o revelation, aud it was it is legal to do so, I believe it oonatantly on hand fos blr county orrii.vu). ? 11 the citizens of Hickman and vicinity tZ Epr& sale J and would bo legal and right to use harm b,fo?o tile rrfSc,,0eriiJ ,ish ?jmi1C-'8- 1 the Courier. Uut few Kentucky f fout'd that the society numbered Per?. County Judge HOUSES, BUGGIES and tlACR convict labor to construct 0iiii.ed . world. There is said to County Clerk. H. S. Alurrcll. sys- Ilicknai. W. P. Taylor. il'4riur t.nrliRA,? i!. .,.u. r. . . , are now prepared to ac- in i,a liitiiiuciftnij) men oi prop- tem of gravel roads in tho acoun- agreed, will be .ivcn ft counties Aflsoi:itiflII in A,notSheriff W. A. Sbuck. 3"" entire mitfii - r w . n thlumiue r u i cept the proposition of working erty and old gray haired citizens. ties west of tho Tennessee river, for the unexnied term of State ca organized for the sworn iur-twe proje to continue the busiarss, Circuit Court Clerk T. AI. French. . .... .i:..;.. c c. L. c and I, E. suhoit puronage j pose Assessor Jas. Cooper. tho convicts on the county roads Six of the number wore arrosted to be used for travel and hauling ocuaiur irom iv uimhw umiiiuo-to strike terror the Kn- - County Attorney A. D: Kingman. u """'"".IgHsi, by the use of this diiamite. Jailer T. V. Wallace. but one by one they may seethe and are now in jail. W0 suppose, by all persons free from toll. Such e or me eoiiiueb ATTORNEY AT LAW ju.st as it is being used, but liow-evroads would be purely public Alastcr Comraiasioner Geo. Warren. economy and advantage of the ut cuiuac", tiiai tnc reports are is most fortu.ate in its selection works aud the cotnicts would be much sympathy one may have County Surveyor Robert AlcConnel. system. THE the Kentucky exaggerated, but don't it look worked under the management of and will homr itself in honoring with the Irish people, thir. terriCoroner BARTER GROCERY. (Collector, Real Estate Agent' News. that men could be in- the public agents of the State or Mr. Yarroii.-Paduc- ah Circttit J udpe James Campbell. convicts are being supported at ble dynamite work, v. ill be conM. MONTOOMKUY, an enormous expenso by tho tax- duced to organize societies for counties for a public purpose, and From Frankfort apital demned by all good people. Sona-to- r Commonwealth's Attorney C. Thomas. MR. J. his friends ud ihe public that lu HICKMAN, KY. and in no bense could the Edmunds has introduced a bill payers, and the COCSTY COURTS. tiv hae Warren, of the n new and rreeh supply of Mr. Geo-care not tue purpose named? What is of the convicts that might labor work Hickman fonrter, is being earn- - in Congress to treat such charac all khtds f taKilt OxoctniiB, nhich he this world coming to ? 1ST Wmat,ecd promptly ,0 a,j , Fulton County Court It. S. Murrell, going to stand this. Attempt to on such public roads redound to ters, and the manufacturers of judge, held every 2d Alonday in each M eutruslcd him in Fou.Wes.en will sell an low uf ,he Ion est. IJe s work thorn in the mines, and the dynamite, as felons. the interest of private cnierprises tn i. .,.i..D ., ,.,,rtiil,,tn fn,. r All civiliz month. n.cntuci and Northwestern Tennce,. ily al nil times to ichr.npc Gioceilss rf. at TIicSsdui-'- Soirnfall. localities about the mines raise nor would the cntivii-.t!.r imk1.Syecmluttcntion giTen leihe inveetiea cfh piiret r..r lSi.tt.r, Eg, Cl.irlii.ri!., or Fulton County Quarterly Court counties of Hick-- j ed nations will be lorced into the Alurrell, judge, held 4th Monday in R. S. lion iiny kind ot nuiktting tlmt the fuming The exposure of the scandalous the control of nrivnto indiviiiimiR ator from the Jan of Land titles, aud the purchnre enact meat of similar laws, and such a storm, that contractors find friend iatty hrinjf ir.. The highest 'mar sale of Real Estate. action ot John P. St. John, the or private corporations, and in man, Fultcii and Graves. George such perpetrators will bo hunted uary, April, July and October. fjanE kel price it unprofitable to employ them. Prohibition pil. Warren ii one of the few men down and candidate tor Piesi- - working on said comexterminated J.M.Mi)NTGUMEKY MAGISTRATES COURTS. lillO. .cmpioy them at manufacturing, deilt, in Selling Otlt his unrtf for llOt Comnete. withroads they would who are ai modest as deserving, mon enemies of mankind. as liirr.il Inhnr !.. on their 1 st District Esq. Donaho, t2d Saturday E1CKMAR MARBLE and the free industries that have money will not discourage anv cause tho roads will not be con and are nver candidates W0RXS i n Alarch, June, September and Decern true Prohibitionist, but it points a structed without tho use of con- own motion. to pay wages tn employees against The at' L. Nugent, 1st Saturday in her. D. HICKAIAN, KY. Some interesting figures pub- same months. whom this cheap labor is thrown lesson and adorns a tale, lt shows vict labor. Mr Cli'tt'liiiiilN SiiIIi f'otr, how little prepared tho ProhibiBut the convict labor cannot be The report that Mr. Cleveland usneu in me American urocer 2d District. -- Esq. Nnilor, 3rd Saturday cause indignation and protest. tion party is to Alarch, June, September and December, take seriously hold used for the purpose without an several invitations to compare the wholesale prices of Esq. Atlebery llh Alonday in same months And so it goes. of the movement it is playing with act of the Legislature, which can has refmedby aristocratic the priiieipal food products in the 81 District Esq. Dickcrsou3d Alondays clubs in The bwt ranr.e of th The Courier does not entirely when it puts forward for its lead- easily be obtained at tho next ses- receptions ajjil eklate in Alarch, June, September and December, Xew York DSALER IS other great cities, years JS70, 170 and 1SS1. riiuif.IiM er a man of no more caliber than sion thereof. agree wiui our Ubion correspond In sco.nteeii articles of general Epq. JoneR, 4th Saturday in same months. and has declined also all offers of' the Kansas politician who has dis. 1st .WonUnder an act of the General "escorts" and free trains of cars' consumption there has been tin 1th District Esq. ent tliut it is always best to buy graced ITALIAN AMD AMERICAN MARBJ.fc them.Louisville Commer Assembly authorizing the coun- to hrii.ir liim n IV.cliiiiiTtmi U Cia"C iieCIUIC OI more lllttll OU day in Alarch, June, September and where one can buy the cheapest, cial. Esq. Baynes, 1th Tuesday in ember. ties west of the Tennessee river very great satisfaction to all sen- - l,ur cc bJ.,'cc lJ'0aud lbi9 there same months. MONUMENTS, TOMB AND URAVL for the principle sometimes works to unite in constructing a connect- sible men and women, and delights! was !l, Wo know the articles nothing of St. ". 5th District Esq. Boaz, 1st Wednesday Kept fr ale, at a st the tirerjr to the injury of the general inter- John's ability or in Alareh, June, September and ami r'alc Stable uf statesmanship, ed system of gravel roads and to those who have loug been j,,,,.. named except Kio coflec, which Esq. Ferrell, 3rd Wednesday Dec ember, STONES. B(,hl lt il V8 CP,llts '" UlL use convict labor for the puipose in same ests, and a general interest is FAK1? & PARKER. but certainly his enemies have without paying mything lor it ex- tient at the too rcitlv reception by! waa some public men of corporation Iprmcr years and at 11 cents m months. of more advantage to an failed to make any case against cept Wednes0th District Esq. Jones, 4lh rTAVING received a fin let of A&er to guard and feed them, said favors tne '!l,tcr. Dindividual than a particular indi him m regard to his n F051am pre llutiun O. to filland orders. Alaible, I examin-ucounties may be provided with a between 1S70 and 1881 there day in Alarch, June, September and selling out. As "to tho belief imputed to , 2d Wednesday ecember. Esq. pared all Call and r vidual gam. On its face his prop- Clarkson, a member of theliepub-lica- fine system of tho best free roads -some prominent Democrats that ws a further decline in granula-wealt- in fame months. work rt osition would seem to be true. iHlictl sugar, Liu, coffee, in the United States at a very 3t s iri r 'J. lTCtl nUil Orders from the country promptly is necessarV hi a Cabinet National Committee tea, i ice and council, wheat, But we hold that a laborer is wor- that ho made overtures testifies small cost. Mr. Tabard, in a letter with re ma.j :J, ofiicer, it is, of course, on the I suppose one hundred convicts The Speaker of the House absurd. ''I'anand canned peaches; and a gard to the President-elect- , says: OIiattariQCga thy of his hire that honest labor part of the Republicans to buy could be of Ken-- "our guarded and fed at the resentatives is. bv the Constitu-- rise in mess pork, niKcKerel, corn, "I elievo Mr. Cleveland is an is entitled to an honest living, or nun oil the track, and cites third cost of from $10,000 to $15,000 per tion and by tho nower in his' canned ousters, canned salmon, hoi. est man, and not a else it must die. Therefore, it is parlies through whom year, aud the teams they would hands, a very great personage lard, butter and cheese. On an mere abstainer from dishonesty." he claims ruinous to honest labor, to whom to miXCflR crated as witnesses. use in constructing said roads next to tho President in both pow- - average, prices were about the That rounds well. IniJ Jsc- could be fed at a cost of from V living wages must be paid, to brin t.t ..i.KS eraiui dignity, liic Jiemocrats same in both 3 ears. The Department of Agriculture FAS2ilOTiAllIjK Aiie sses refuse to sus- - $2,000 to $5,000, making all of it r have had three Speakers since the The difference between the pri rouortu that a larire part of tin Vtl nt,,! u n nrl.MM.n. Ktunrp lujfh f? f T9Z& "TS TT ""cri i' H A e ff?fl M ces 111 ISM as compared with UUUI.M.UIIl !. "t1"i f given, in competition. Uut, thhWtf V two.... or tliroo juui'N--j nil Tiionoi eiV JwHWUtv men UK. f !J30 jluiiiilQthi"i,yattrj ..... 1.1 .vi3in: . Jrp&F fii $1 hdf Hi il nnusnnl ' .!..- "' .A... .. .....!. being true, where is the remedy? ttie f tk. ft tlranulated sugar, fiom for L11CJ CUIIIU UUIIOUULl UliUllUIilV- - Mr. Kerr, one of the ablest men follows: ti K SK0E ans, wanted to buy better prices. cents, crushed, from We say, let, the State which gets St. John, ft thcro is none what- el roads to connect every count this county ever hadj was never I.'i to 5 T'ulit' the SMOI'. North UVt writer of Miwiw 143-- 1 seat Rio to The its capital by taxation on honest ever that tfe corrupt proposition seat with every other county This in circumstances to keep a house from 117 8 to cents: cents; coffee, days failures of the last seven west of the Tennessee river. av. Japan 05 8 are: Tn the United States. 3&rSaiiructiMt N, C, & 8L L. u.tramee,!. labor, protect that honest labor, was ever nade known to St. John, cost should bo apportioned be- here; tohis narrow means obliged tea, from 5G R'y, to 10 cents; rice, 371: Canada, 40; tot 111. as him live at a hotel. Mr Kan-- J April. by demanding living profits on and not a Eciutilla that tho demo- tween tho seven counties accord- dall's little house, in a very un- - from 0:3-- to l.'W cents; mess pork, with a total of 430 last T:ie convict labor. That is, if convicts crats badftuy transaction with ing to the miles of road within the fashionablo part of the town, hasj from $2G.S5 to $12.25; lard froni week. to (5.S cents; butter, from 32 borders of the county and accord amazed some diplomatists, but has 15 aro worked at making wagons, him. Edwin Booth, brother of John 1 S5 ing to the taxable property there never been a renroach to him. as to 20 cents; cheese, froin 17 I 2 to Wilkes, the nMSHSsin of President &c, let the State hold prices at cents; mackerel, 20 to 23 Lincoln, will act in Washington MAMILY in, ana tue roatis snouiu uo loca- the "TP:it !ii:i!isin:iB nfRnmn nlirr 12 such figures as competing, free la , Some of Hiese days a lone, lorn ted by commissioners to be ap- public men have bt'on to Z m- cents: this winter for the first time since SEl cK3es-tlicm.i nts; cotlflsli, 81 to 41-and weary traveler on earth's sol- pointed by the county judges of Mr. bor fixes, and not use the power of as Mr Keor boforn wheat, 81.20 to 82 cents; tioar, his brother's death. Call n nearest Ticket Agent, tho State- to crush out private en- emn shore may, per chance, in his the seven counties convened to- linn, lives at a hotel. Certainly 65.50 to 62..S0; corn, 61 to i5 cents; v? 'U D G Jri. wanderingsuieet up with anoth- gether, or by the county courts in no one thinks the less of him. The organ of the Mormon canned peaches, 63.50 to 51.35: Or Address terprises by cutting prices below er man equally lone, lorn canned oysters, from 61.50 to 0(1 Church advocates 'assassination (DAVIS.' OLD STAND.) &. V. StCt CRN and wca- - separate session, or by the Legisliving wages. Better than all will ry, who can tell him in strictest lature. cents, and canned salmon, from of United States Marshals who An Icy Meteor. ' Ta-Agt-- , DrIIbs, Tex., or bo when the people can be brought confidence and less than a life may enter their houses in an at- VII kinds of 61.82 to 61.27. While any increase of taxes Krora Onetloro Eoqulrtr. to see the magnificent advantages time, the real basis of the row in should be approached with great! Thursday inonimtf about 7 It would be interesting to test tempt to servo warrants on G. P. & T. A., Nhville, Tenn, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES John Girvin the FP.1TZ HELLNER, T. Agt.. Hickraaa. of utilizing this convict labor on tion. Knights of Honor organiza- caution, the benefits to be dcrhed o'clock Mr. fall in tho jard saw a the question, by a comparison of in the retail prices, whether tiie consum When this occurs the trav- from the increase hero proposed, pieco of ice s the public roads. usually kept in a Louse, ct hot eler ought to write i t out and Icpph forcibly recommend it, aud I be- rear of Mr. J. T. Harrison's to- er has reaped tho full benelit of om priceu. bacco warehouse. It was neither the decline. Sunday reading. it for Louisville lieve there is no investment that TnE deeds of the dynamiters, Commercial. FAXCV CAXDirs, snowing nor raining at the time. TAir, will pay better than it will. Blard Time. MMGb-MSAnow for the purpose On examination, tho icy meteor sociNihilists, and assassination I write this T, VI ( J. LI Z Tho real basis of tho row, un of calling attention to it, hoping was found to be of a perfect star TUrongb Mll. eties, are terrible aud infamous ; questionably, is the $100,000, that JIOJHA'Y, 0'lUTS PACKET GR&A'BEimiES, Tho present distress in financia' shape, with six points, COilJ'AKY. EaaUUUs V Ub i but the oppression and wrongs Judge Breckinridge, tho former tho people will consider it fully m one and a half inches mand about matters is ielt in all tho walks of diameter. tho selection of their representa5Za 331 3 "SET 0 3SS m0 ift that can drive a people to such treasurer, is withholding. Nobody can guess what may be life. Tho other day an Irish wotives to the ensuing Gcneial asli the meaning of the strange coming man visited one of the finest residesperate deeds must also bo terState-A- ll of the Stigar, CoJFtJCfi, ?oa2JJ &? Memphis, Cairo, the papers in the counties of this messenger of I'oreas, but dences in Bloomiugton and asked rible. All civilized people must TnETlcvyatax on whisky in for aid in tho plaintive language its arrival is well vouched for. not be undersold. condemn the dynamiters, but al- - Nelson county, this State, for interested aro respectfully reLouisville and of one who lacks tho necessaries Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, &c quested to publish this open letI'liotogrnpliic Item. iowmg that oppression prompt county as wen as lor state reven- ter. of life. Steamers A neighbor of the reverend , "I?laze, mum, I am a sooferin', these deeds, it is a fearfully grand ue. It is said that this tax will Very respectfully, fit f'w J A M KS W . G A F P, A K VY B A U M, 33? "TCP Whangdoodlo Baxter, of the Aus- me hoosband was kilt intoirely S.P 35 ,i "W. G. Bullitt. picture that behind these oppres- well nigh pay the ordinary county TINT SHIN RLE j CONS M1LLEK, d.. tin Blue Light colored tabernacle, wid OBANITESTAIE, The above presents a reasona called on that distinguished Aus- Oi ther railroad last summer, an' (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) sors, silent and tardy it may be, expenses. hain't had a blissed dhrop av VESEVEUY SUNDAY and ble and proper plan for utilizing tin prelate aud ho was discovered nothin' to dhrink for three wakes.'7 but inexorable and relentless, LEA at 6 p. m., for Cairo, LonisTille Eddyvllle Penitentiary. aud Cincinnati, conned Hip at Cincinnati convict labor for the development with his feet in a tub of water. "stands with uplifted hands, the "Poor wuman !" the lady of the with Railroads and Steamers for "You seems to be hahiu' a The penitentiary at Eddyville aud improvement of the country, house sympathetically roplied. "I Menacing spectre of revenge and cleauin' up. What's do will be tho most modern in de- and at the same time is attended Eastern. VcsUrn asd Northern Points, know you must have suffered. retribution. The Coukier has sign and handsomest in for sich prepcrashuns?" ask- Times aro very hard, now, aud architect- with the least possible competiGiving through tickets to all poiuls Chi I, always sympathized with tho Irish ure in the SouthThe main building ed the visitor. cago, loledo, Buffalo, Richmond, New even the netion with free labor. The truth "gwintcr hab my fotograf tuck-e- too, am deprived of have not had York, Washington Cily, Philadelphia and people, and if the horrible work will bo made of cut stone, with I Boston. East.Norlb and Western tourdis afternoon, and I don't want cessaries of life. sacquo of tho djnamiters was confined wings on each side 50 feet high, is, where nature has so bountifulwinthis but one sealskin ists will find La Belle River routo safe, Another large lot of Breech and Muzzle CONFECTIONERIES, ter to the real oppressors, might hear built of the same material. In the ly supplied a section as it has this ings.be onprepared. Texas Sitt- ter, and wo sire so straigteued that loading delightful and economical. wing rooms there will be 930 cells. Rates by this line cheaper than any I have only had a chance to wear the condonemout of desperation, There will be also a handsome with the necessary gravel, there other first class route. Meals and state" ESTK.VYK1. in favor of a it to the theater eight times duOne of.SpurKcoij's Stories. but this reckless murder of innonml four commo- is every argument Taken up, as an estrsy, by A. J'. Whippel, rooms free. Baggage checked through. In Mr. Spurgeon's inexhausti- ring tho entire .season." SSr Passengers can,rely on a splendid work shops each 200 good gravel road system oven at cent people, women and children, dious brick ''ing one mile South of "Dyersburg rad bejr "Och, bejrorra !" cried tho and three miles from Hickninn, Ky , one tri p by this line, as the steamers are all feet long by 50 feet wide. The the cost of frco labor prices, and ble funda of illustrative- stories is is too horrible to contemplate. Oi pity yez, an' so Oi do. Double and Single Barrel, ranging in Roan class, having been expressly built man six or seven years old, marked firstthe accommodation entire plant will contain 101-- at the low figures as shown by one of wife: who used to say Poor sufferhr angel, here is a iialf price rrom !?U.5U to 530. of passengers. for to his with under half crop in each ear, and gsr Each steamer carries a full string The English people are angry acres of ground, which will be en- Judge Bullitt, it is hard to under- church and pray "Mary go to dollar to go to tho show this bliss Breech loading Guns, for $13.60. at twenty dollars for us both." for R. W. LIGHTBURNE. band. Sincle barrel . J. W. DICKINSON, and indignant at Americans for closed with'a stone wall eighteen stand how it can be refused. A But the man dreamed one night ed noight. Oi km wash an' make $10. Powder, Shot, Shells, andGuns, Im Gun General Freight and Ticket Agent S,000,000 bricks high. About alleged American sympathy to- feet be used in constructing the system of good gravel roads would when lie and Ins wife got to tho a living but hersilf, poor craythor, plements, cheaper than ever. No 7 Monroe street,Mezaphis,Ten- For Nnle. will tho The undersigned has for sale about thirthe dynamiters, and this feel- buildings. One hundred convicts be worth moro to the farmers of gate of Heaven, Peter said: "Mary has to depind upon live-re- charities ward world.' ty double school denies, all in gotl condi ing has culminated in actual hos- - arc now at work, quarrying stone, the counties of the Purchase than go in for both." Ho awoke and avacowld an' white tion, a teacher's table, and recitation eeats, made up his mind that it was time VICRSBURG LOUIS 1Io!)Soiis Choice. : tility with Americans traveling in chopping wood and preparing to every railroad we have. But, for him to become a Christian on al! of which will be told for less than half iff. Every apartment of p rice, for cash or good note. During the Into cold simp Mose that country. The Government make brick. . C. CALDWELL. the penitentiary will be supplied while our people may see and ad- his own account. Sclisunbun; laid iu a I g lot of of England assumes no such feel- - with pure water, which will be mit all this, they are not now very tf. Tholurautllc JlntcliOJnkcrn. wood. He encouraged i is son to , ing, but the English people are lifted from a never-failinspriug prosperous, and somewhat bur"Good evening, Tommy, is your pile it up by saying: PACKET COMPANY open in their denunciations. which rnns through a cave be- dened by taxation, and we appre- sister Clarrissa at home?" (UNITED S2ATSS HAIL ) "If you vasha- good little boy, neath the tiigh hill on which the "Yes, sir; she's out in tho kitch- Isaac, yon may pile up dot load of tho simple fact that the The idea of making all JOnN A. SCUDDER, President. penitentiary is situated. Paducah hend that popping " V dents and proposed system would require en"Popping corn for you." Why, wood." von I vasli a bad little JOHN P. KEISER, Superintendent. e Xews. presidents life corn for me? "And DEALER IX THEO. U ZEIGLER, Sec'y. and Treas. additional taxation, will prove fa- now very thoughtful! I like pop- bov. fodder, vot den!" members of tho U. S. Senate is Tbo Wlilpplnjf Tost. tal to it at this timt. The people corn very much." "Den you sliall pile dot wood growing in shape. It is aping LINE of boata Groceries; RUNS ASt. Louis to Memphis, and a Tiie Ebuisa Index says that, in of Kentucky are now paying a tax "Yes, sir. Sho said she was go- up veder you vuuts to or not, or royalty too much. Tho thing to that town are a number of habit line from St. Louis to- Vicks- under I thrash you." care for Kentucky ing to put a pan of AUD ALSO. do is to make United States Sen- ual hurg. who spend much to keep and your nose and if you didn't take GOING SOUTH. ators elective by direct rote of of their time in jail for petty of- convicts in idleness, perhaps equal tho hint she'd give yon tho shake." A test case is being tried in Call and examine our stock of Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and all'kind Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuesday barproposed gravel road tax, Something besides corn was Canada against John Mahon, who of Wishing Tackle and Supplies, at a the people. The Senate is already fenses, while the honest citizens to the Saturday gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen- nights, Thursday nights and Sunday, absconded from tho United States boats, Vicksburg too aristocratic, and is losing the aro taxed heavily to feed them. but then tho people don't volun popped t'hat evening. nights. erally. with about $20,000 belonging to The Index thinks that the whip- tarily vote that tax as tnoy would Wednesdays and Fridays. ;' sympathy and respect of the peo- against GOING NORTH. ping post would bo less expensive gravel road to Tho House, by a voto of 54 yers creditors Ifjudgment gojes be asked to do for the Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuesday 125 nays, refused to consider him a stampede of U. S. refugees 25 to 60 cents per pair cheaper lbn can and more effective. BOOTS AND SHOES. nitbls, Friday nights and Sunday nights. be found in town. system. A discussion of tho prob- Mr. Willis' educational Bill. This living there will be in order. Prices on Game Traps reduced, EveryVicksburg boats Mondays, Wednesuays, TmEold liberty bell, the same Gen&John S. Williams, in a lem can but result in good, and settles the Federal Aid question and Saturdays. Threo negroes have been ad- thing in stock to be sold oh small Bipgia. : 'that rang out our independence speech'in the United States Sen- we are glad Judge Bullitt has come as far as this Congress is concernB. Memphis boats Steamers Cilyof Helmitted to the Georgia bar. Tho Give us a call. ed aud may be forever. in li76, started on its journey, ate last Friday, made the stateena, Sle. Genivieve and JohnB. Maude. MDSE&SHAtF. and hope other pubJudge issuing.tho order expressed ' Vicksburg boats Steamers City of Keeps in slock Ihe very Best, Material, of to the front, so. State tho xuuaj mo i, irum x'niiauoipiiia to ment timt great pleasure in so doing. Let Providence, Belle of Memphis, Gold Dust men will do Iu lUe Lisrht. f and keeps only the best workmen. Work never had lic has the New Orleans JExuosition. i Kentucky of the ranlitankcrous northCity of Cairo, City of Greenville guaranteed. Repairing solicited (ImmniNsinn worth J. "W. Rogers hopes his friends can boj some "Rnilrvrwi .. ill --HWItUllU City of Vicksbure. ern States make a note of this, There was a patriotic ovation au anything hettpr than ever. :il fiirnUh crro f, 6ince the term of her first 5o Cigars three for a dime, nt I and try to beat it, if they can. eexica at tho lowtt prwi delivered. 5T along the line to the old bell. MOORE &LANDRUM'3. liaurosa Commission expireu. con-victself-sustainin- g ... print-.edinth- e The gravel in the counties west of the Tennesseo river has been fully tested in McCracken county as a material for the construction of public roads, and has been proven to be a very line material tor that purpose, 'latere is no improvement that, will advance the value of the lands for farming purposes more than a good sv tern of subs'antiiil and convenient public roads, to connect the farmers with the county seats and the cities that turmsh tlio limrkni f.r the products of them, which all farmers know, and hut for the estimated cost would have had them long since. My object herein is to show how they can be secured at a small cost and within the means of tho people's purses. The gravel referred to is deposited in said counties coincident to all of the public roads, and it requires but little skill to put it on the road bed. or to t:k1p tho PrtM lie m lrt ,x.o Htiu tiA.iAnnnM. ailU 41. 11 ih"i;vewutill! ttl1 It S.S.1.1 Ul put on the gravel, 1UIVI If UUtllll ln - senatorial district ing of some suitable ..mi to suc ceed the late C. ii. ughan m A frcnz our State Senate. FJb amongf rovaUing 0f excitement liimWn h J.,.r.;...v.i u Loiaou lJl,auuJ the names "win: .In us fori ui,ujn:uin:u i... .i " .1.:,. position we "tuurj" tlirce (IVliamitO ftv. have cfscn that pioMuus uy wiucii the House of OI l,,u Commons was barren, almost blown to Hickman Courier, 0ditr most atoms, the parliament as J"0 building and suitable man that oiIr ioplo " in tower damaged, a largo number of select. We are SUtin.iittU I" una people injured, several fatally, opinion by the voicpnf ilmost the some little children torn press of WesteniKentucky. tilated !y tho hhoeks, and muentire and the The May field Moiritor sfa of wholo chiTizcd world outraged by : 'Through jj'e ,onkr years of Repnblicnn niirU,c :u,d the infamons deed. It occurred last. The dynamite was oppression, Mr. Warrci8aS Bto0(1 batimiay a cr.pt under placed in the buildup for the right and pffld for the ing, and is it charged that it is the ascendancy of the ijlmocratic work of dynami- ....: :..i. i vt o man ol' u,s I'iiiiuiiMt'a. out ujioevcrnrc tho authors has ouo more forws , rty, if tf. " l""VC '""" m"M l '"""vcr '"""t i Tyler, ' laEASAST IlESOItT. Ci-ja- ,' Attorneys at Law, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY? FRESII BEEU coi.slanlly 63 Iflp. and Tobacco, of the best brands-- . Patronage solicited. rs '. orriCKits. VTILL Uflica flOT8-'-78 en,r,,,,e,J ,0 their care. Furniture Factory. ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS V. Governor J. Proctor Knott. Lt. Governor J. S. Hindman. Secretary of State Jas. A. McKenile' Assist. Sec. of State H. M. McCarty. State Auditor Fayette Hewitt. Treasurer James W. Tate. Attorney General P- - W. Hardin. Register Laud Office Geo. M. Adams. Sup.. Pub. Instruction J. I. Pickett. Family Groceries. D1ESTELBRINK Irish-Americ- an - It?" i " ebi-'a- PR. tiscaf-convlcflabor-iii-coiiin4. eti- a 1 ni ...... I . Fabis walk-ove- r, Pt fc - o il AND er To-da- y 1 tax-paye- rs e op.-ne- i i - ' , : nlr-H- j &. w J j - FOE SALE. lar-un - Ds-- c oft-eu-tiin- es -- ! u h ' ffASHVII ' i 1 i J ) J I mmm. 17-l- l'll Florida fc. V 1 WkAMi rsir J I I 7 I - .... ,, T, 7-- 8 iiiailH corn-paire- d OSUA-ND-?-?- - &U - 9 I M w r- - . Gl-1- 2 1- -- j 4 1-- 2 1- -1 S-ROCEE- FAVORITE s. 2 2 J Cm-lisle- , , - polyg-amist- s. first-clas- A mm us si in As-scmbl- 3' 3S7-W- il! Hk 5. r-- r- n Cincinnati W jB gin-er- al oka-shu- n QROCBSE&S n brick-hospit- al 2 Go-.- Double-barre- l Cham-pio- n H "Side-sna- p J.P-F.'C- ! g - ox-pres- i- F. S. CASE, ex-vic- Family TRI-WEEK.- pop-cor- n ly - law-breake- rs " GUM BOOTS. -. GLAZIEE. KM , -- Tlmt-'l.- . .t"JMJfcJ ?; r. f f ii.' i