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UUUJrUJilif .W' 13. 1885. aHTHmniiH . -- -- m-- E 9HhI- fittAt - Pu. r Ui-t- " - v 1 - ! Fine Job Printing executed With Neatness and Dispatch. ! SALE BIIjX.S, ENVELOPES, LETTEB-HEAD8BILL-HEADS. ,' GEORGE WARREN, Editor. The Oldest Novsj).ipo'e:iu Wostern Ken tnoliv usnriTATioisrs, ETC.. ETO. 19. t ritici: "fiood-morninjr, OF SUBSCRIPTION, BECAUSE. SIU50. ESTABLISIIEIJS59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY: THE DAIRY. The annual product of cheese in tho Un'.ted Statos is estimated at 150.000,-00- 0 A few years ago 70,000,000 iKuinds. was the product. A scmb dairyman is more injurious to the business tlian a scrub cow. But loss is boing done to remedy the defects of the former than of tho latter. Cows that suck themselves are practically worthless for dairy use. They can be cured but it is usually more .rouble than the cow is worth. The invportanco of thorough training for the dairy is being more appreciated in England and- Ireland. An enormous improvement in Irish butter is said to date from the establishment of dairy school in Ireland. The dairymen selling cheese at Rome and Utica have adopted resolutions asking the Legislature to amend the law to nreyeut doeentiou in,thcLK:Uo, ,of dairy proddets by authorizingtho State Dairy Commissioner to brand cheese "New York State Full Cream Cheee, and by providing a penalty of $,"00 where this brand is used on skim-mil- k - VOL. A c XXf-NO- . . OA.X.TJ APIT) SXJ2EJ TJ3- - -- ... . round next morning if alive and nTe that mlvj past as if all the witches In an account of my adventures. To 111 I the country-sid- e were at his heels? prettj' mutd. who-- e oyes gave a merry reply. and lighting "my Faith, it wa a proper fright I had "ivou The brightest stars outshlno. l'vo come to boff tliat you will choose pipe, swinging iuvs.ni liuo Hie saddle him." Me for your Valentino." "But tell me.' I asked, "what on "And why should I choose vou, and why!" and shouting "Good night," 1 canterild ofl' down tho avenue. The pretty maiden made reply. earth were you doing there at such time For a couple of m les the road led ma of night?" "Because I have a icoodly house " eel. sir, I was very late of gettiif down a deep wooded glen. On bfth Set 'mid the goodliest land. Where you may rel?n, served raithfully sides the mountains towered aloft jMa across the ferry; and it was a langer By wfllinp- hearts and hands." height of more thaii two thousand fSt, j step than T had thocht doon to the "That Is, I think, no ren-o- n why," The pretty maiden made reply. their lower slopes thickly clad with pate village; and hud h guid walk tho day aim uircn, rueir shoulder anil summits already, and was tired-likThe brisr "Because I can on you benovr white from, a recent hcavv snowfall, t was Kind o" handy for a rest; so I just The loveliest thing to wear. Gay silken robes and laces flue, down on the dike and had a bit I lie river poured along tumultuousiy, And Jewel rich and rare. close beneath the road, swirling t smoke o' the pie. Losh. sir, when on Is, I think, no reason why," 'That The pretty maiden made reply. frowning cliffs of rock, brawling and cam' scouriit' past, I thocht it wa "the but then I just thocht it battliug with heaps of bowlder-- , shott- deil him-e- l: "Because I lovo you. oh! mi well. wits nlvsol' sittin' in the shadow that ing in sheet- - of glaneing foam over So tondor and so true. That I would fain from every care, had frighted your Iwastie, and it had and rapid. By daylight the My darling shelter you." wa.s .sufficiently graud and impressive ; run aw a' wi' vou like. And when 1 "AH! now 1 see th reason why," Tho pretty maiden made reply. illuminated a, it now was by h faint earn' the length o" the village, I just "So take my heart, dear youth for thine; moonlight, it was much more o. The had to creep into a bit shed: and 'wi' 1 choose thee for my Valentino." night was calm and slightly fro-tbut my pack anil some straw I soon made a Harper' Bvjr m . overhead a .strong breeze wa.s blowing, bed." So hem was tins whole and from time to time the moon The by the living clbflUg, "The deep almdow on the bridge had preplay of light and slfade brough? about vented me from seeing the "sitter's, legs: "had given him st Superstition in the Highlands of by this was very beautiful; at one mo- the heavy knap-sac- k the fur cap and the glow of ment the shaggy hillsides and deep hump-bacScotland. pools of the river were plunged in the pqe accounted for the tiery counteThorn are probably fow readers who deepest shadow; in the next a flood of nance. With mutual explanations we hi- - sales in pale glory poured over paint- parted he to ire not familiar, to a greater or lesser ing the rushing stream them, Silver, villages beyond;pushto hurry on to the 1, with the extent, with the subject shooting 'shafts of light among house in the glen, whose inmate- - at first of superstition in the Highlands of Scot- the evinced the liveliest interest in the overtall trees, tracing land. There arc few mountain coun on the dark surface of" the road, Each night episode an interest, however, tries throughout the world that are not clump of ferns, each bush and stump, which waned to disuppointiu?nt a I rich in lore and legend relatiug to the took uncommon shape, and it required proceeded to explain how the ghost was no great stretch imagination to con- laid. I may mention that I supernatural; their very configuration vert the bowldersofand reefs of rook out "seourin' past" portion of omitted tho tho advensuggests that agencies more than ordi- in the stream into waterbulls and kel- ture. How they will chaff me when nary have been employed in shaping pies. The rush and roar of the river they read this! Chambers' Journal. out thoir features. It is curious to notice drowned all other sounds; but with the A GREAT JOKER. how very largely the demoniac theory exception of the echoing tread'of my the enters into the calculations of the peas- pouy andhill occasional bark of a fox How the I'Mltor of an Arkansas r from the was nothing ole antry. For one fairy glen or knowe be heard. Onthere way down tnagleu to l'.iitoU to Acquire llninnn as a HumorI my there are a dozen dev il's mills, bridges, pas-e- d a few scattered cottages, but ous Writer. Hack Knober, editor of tho llWkiy caldrons or punch-bowlin fact, it is their occupants were long ago in bed, always the beings that are sup- although it was not much past ten Ker 7oA, a humorous paper, itehc almost for a prominent place among the posed baleful and inimical to tho o'clock. The wilder part of the glen ended in of America. His marked paragraphs human race that have had their personality perpetuated in these legends. This a line pass, where tho hills towered al having failed to produce a sensation, most straight up from the river, and eqrtuinly seems a little incongruous; the pines threw so deep a shadow that and his long articles having been debut as this is not a treatise on demon-olog- for a few yard." it was impossible to see clared to be as dismal as the screak of a we aro content to leave it so. the road. .Tu- -t beyond, the mountains wooden hinge, he decided hhh making Superstition is part of the being of retreated to right and left, and through some new attempt. "1 notice," he mu-ethe mountaineer. Brave oven to rash- a short and level tract of meadow-lan- d one eveniHg. ness, he will face the natural dangers road and stream made their way down "that the best humorists in the past that be?ot his life in the torrent, onihe to the shores of the loch. Ahead of me ' wen- - practeal jokers. .John Phomix peak, or in the forest; he fears no odds I could see its broad bosom glancing in ami Artemus Ward made their greatest when he meets his foes. And yet this the moonlight, and the great snow-cla- d hit in that wav. Now, if 1 get up a man, who can tread the dizzy ledges on mountains beyond it. As the improved joke on some feller who travels around the face of a precipice, who can hurl condition of the road now made rapid some drummer who would go around himself on leveled steel, is more timid progression easior, I gave tho pony his and tell it I would soon have a nationand frightened than a child when he head and ho went along in a stylethat al reputation. ' Hack was soon afforded an opportuconceive that forces other than earthly promised soon to laud me at nry des- are being brought to bear on him. It is ' tination nity of enforcing this determination. partly to the style and mnnner of his Ihere was only one thing that One night at the village Itotttl. hi nolife that he owes all this. He is brought troubled me the haunted bridga' Once ticed a nervous fellow who traveled for more into the presence of nature tlTan past it, and I should thoroughly onjoy a shoe hou-his neighbor of the plains; he becomes my moonlight ride, "There's my mau," miined Hack. I do not know imbued with the spirit of his surround- whether it was the thought of thflTghost "I'll have him tmling oh his liead toings; the deep dark gloom of the woods, stories with which we had beguHed the night. How d you do?' addressing the lonesomeness of the mountain soli- hours after dinenr. and which now kept the drummer. tudes, the voices of the storm and of recurring to my mind in spite of all ef"So, so. What sort of a place i the torrent, and of their reproduction in forts to the contrary, or whetlior it w:us this you've got here? dust now, while the echoes, anneal to him: and :i iwiet- - the solemn and impressive scenery had standing out thews, a' dog came up and I ical imagination begotten of siieli an pusscu inruiijii it was all I couhl do to keep him off ine glen, existence finishes tl, i.roees. Tlnis- unstrung me: lintinthe nearer I ttmt iiai me Urojv to ...-,.......... iinnnrc ...... ,v hIiai... ,i h .. i . - ,.r.. U1U moi-- . uneoniuji iinti .,......, fii'inri ii'iiforin.vi. iieiiuiuea iu mm tno nowiin;rs ot some felt resrardinjr it. It was not exnetlv plied Hack. "Good many ot them in demon prisoned among the rocks; the fear, but a vague presentment of evil the neighborhood, "Wen, thai lets me oL 1 shall leave sighing of the wind- - through the forest the Highland blood asserting itself. I frees, is caused bj' the pas&agu of spirit; could not get rid of the sensation. I here in the morning." the mists that furl around the moun- tried to hum and whistle, but the forced Hack inquired the number of the tain peaks and are wafted so sileatlv merriment soon died a natural death. drummer's room, ard, late in the evening. slipied in and jvt under the bed. across crest and conic are disembodied I was now on the loneliest part of ghosts, and the sounds that break the road. From the bottom of the glen the The drummer cade in after a while as illness of the night are the shrieks far as the bridge about three miles-th- ere and at down on lheodg of the bed. and yells of fiends and their victims. Hack growled like a dog. was not a single cottage; and more L hope," said the drummer aloud, This brings me. to my story. 1 fancy than a mile on the other side of it lay a that most of my readers arc acquaint eel scattered hamlet. The moon, too, "that I won't have another fit Tnore or less with the scenery of the which had hitherto befriended me, now I'd letter throw this pistol away, for I Highland; but in the case of by far the threatened to withdraw its light, and might kill somebody. No, blamed if 1 larger number of them 1 venture to say where clumps of trees overhung the don't keep it. I would'nt mind killing that such acquaintance extends onlv to road the darkness was deep. a few such fellows as live in this town. the Highlands in thoir summer or their carried me along bravely he The pony That fool editor ought to die." knew he autumn dress. If so, thev only half was going home and in a short lime a Hack did not growl. know them. Brave is the tourist who turn in the road showed me, some dis"He ought to go tliis night. I feel ventures amid the bons and glens when tance ahead, a ribbon of white light that thing coming on me. Believe I'll rude King Boreas- lord it over them: upon the dark hillside. It was the sleep under the bed. Then, if any one when winter's wind roars adown the stream that ran beneath the fatal bridge. should come in to kill me. they couldn't gorges of the hill, staggering the tr Better get out of this a oon as possi- - find me." pines, mingling the withered nie.l thought; and with voice and stick I The sharp corners of Hack's bones Jeaves and the s begau to thump the lloor. in the deso- - flirrtltilfr(! tlirk tiAiit' ii ?ttAtk.ic-afdate wood, "Believe I'll shoot under there a heu icicles hang from On we went! The roar of the haunted 1hc hoary rock, and the deep drift stream was loud and near now; the couple of times." "For God's sake, hold on, Mister!" chokes up the ravines, mantles the gloom increased as we plunged deeper idopes of the comas and bends in cor- - into the.wood that filled its basin; in exclaimed Hack, crawling out, "I wasn't juccs over the threatening dills; when anotherminute the bridge would be far doing anything I " He made a break for the door. the river roars through the plain behind, when, without the lest n "Who is that awful fellow?" asked and swollen and its parent tor- - ing, the ponv shied to one side aud rents are leapinjr and ravimr amouir the then sfnml Ctm.t ;n .mu-n.- r ,u Hack, when he reached the office. Jwwldeis; when the mountain hare and over. The shock all but sent my'fly-- j "Why. don't vou know him?" "No." the ptarmigan are white a the snow iug over his Head: but bv an effort 1 that harbors them, and the deer, driven kept mv seat. 1 had not far to look for i "He's going to be your rival here in litis bought the A'ewv. Saw from the hills by stress of weather, the cause of the beast's frWit. Xot a business-roam in herds through the g dozen yards away were the dimlv seen him laughing just before he went up. woods: and the mountain fox leaves hi parapets of the bridge: and on one oft Said he was going to have some fun. , i Hack groaned. catrn and nrowls around the farm ami ilmm nrnnniiui o v;nn i,t Said one of the bos was trying to the sheepfold then, if you would enter with terror. There are some moments into the spirit of, loneliness and solitude, in which the events of a lifetime pas in play a joke on him. bnid that he heard taKcyour way to the Highlands. Do review; there are some glance in which that you were a great' practical joker. not imagine, however, that uch is their: an infinity of detail can be takenln Don't be in a hurry. Told me that conditiou during the whole of winter; quicker tlian eve can close. This wis when he got a chance ho was going to on the contrary, I have painted one of them, i do not suppose that mv write you up. Well, good night." The weekly Ker .Vfoft ha a particularly black picture, and it was eve d on the terror for more thau very much better weather that, two a" second; but in that brief space I saw Hack works at a steamboat landing. in or three A ears ago, I went north in He-- j what .seemed like the upper part of a Arkansaw Traveler. rciuuui. mu visil 10 some menus in m-- I distorted human bod v. hunchbacked Nothing New Under the Sun. verncs-shirThe particular part of and without legs, with a fac' that the county I stayed in does not mate- glowed with the red light of lire! l.eau That there is nothing new under tin rially affect my adventure, so 1 shall laugh now when I think of my fright: sun must surely have been the reflection not it but at the moment I remember getting My time sped by very pleasantly, al- the pony into motion somehow with of those who read tho strange story ol though the district did "not afford many stick, bridle and voice, and speeding robbery at Portsmouth, which is de neighbors at short distances; but this across the bridge like a thunderbolt! scribed in this morning's papers. Some was a circumstance that alwavs pro crouching down, Tam O'Shanter-like- , thousands of years ago King Ramesc-o- f cured me an extra heartv welcome- and momentarily expecting to feel the when I ventured far enough from home grip of a clammy hand on my neck! gotEgypt as described by Herodolu to build him a to call upon any people. On one of irard, hard wo galloped through the treasure-hous-builder to which jlho a secret e King aloni these expeditions 1 had ridden to a hamlet I have mentioned; nor did I could find an entrance: but the astute liou.se about eight miles awa, and the slacken the paco until the lights of my 3ate hour of my arrival brought about abode had gleamed throngh the planta- builder left a loose stone and helped himself at the treasury an invitation to stay for dinner and tion and we were safe and sound in the About ten years ago. it when he liked. appears, a genspend the evening. My friends pushed stable-yartleman named Milligan. residing neat their hospitality to such an extent that To make a really good ghost-stor- y ideas, they had almost prevailed upon mo to my narrative should go no further; but Portsmouth, being of primitive would thought that a "secret drawer" stay the night as well, when a the sequel has still to be told. 1 in- bo safer a bank, and instructed a challenge changed my waver- vented an excuse to appease the workman thanmake him a receptacle ol to ing plans into a lirm determination to curiosity of my friends, who naturallv this nature. Into this drawer, when be off. Our conversation after dinner were anxious to know what had sent us some bad not unnaturally turned upon ghost home in such a fashion the pony in a constructed, Mr. Milligan poured afterhundred sovereigns, and never stories, as the district was an out of lather and myself with a scared, unin- ward inspected the store until hist year. the way one, and the country folk were telligible expression. I did not want to Mr. Millifully persuaded of the existence of kel- tell the real story until I had made In the early part of this year sovereigns gan put two hundred more pies and warlocks of various kinds. some effort to unravel it "With this end iVhat now happened was that some of in view I started on foot soon after into the drawer. The builder of the been the young people fancied they had breakfast for the house I had dined at, drawer seems, however, to haveEgypthe found the reason why I was willing to intending to make a.thorough examina- struck with the same idea as house, tian and stay all night, and boldly told me that I tion of the bridge and the course of the went architect of the treasure ho liked, and helped himself us was frightened to cross a certain bridge stream on my way, and to question on my way home that had tho reputa- some of the cottagers in the hamlet. I and to such an extent that he has tion of being haunted. I knew tho was saved the trouble, however. I had some during the year purchased Unhouses in the neighborhood. .pot well, though I had nover found out not gone much more than a mile when fortunately the tales end differently; " .jts exact story, and when I had assured I perceived coming along the road the country people that I had no fears toward me a sturdy peddler, with a fur for, when the son of the Egyptian of the experiment, thej' solemnly shook cap on his head," and a pack of very builder eventually secured the princess pieir heads and averred that not for large dimensions fastened on his broad and half the kingdom, the English sums untold would they cross the bridge shoulders. Such fellows are very com- builder has merely found his wav into fter nightfall. On the present occa-gio- a, monly met with in the outlying dis the hands of the" police. St. James1 as Thad been foremost among the tricts of the Highlands, where they do Gazette. tkeptics during the I a roaring trade in ribbons, sham jew-el- rj There are nineteen known metals felt my reputation at stake; and and small wares, besides carryinga valued at over $1,000 per avoirdupois declaring I would on no account is vanadium, oi gossip irom piace. in pound.- - The most I gave orders to have my pony iunuspecimen of thepiace to now before which is said to costly $10,000 a the class be worth ' hroagkt round. The whole party came me I was not long in recognizing the pound. Of these nineteen metals onlv to the door to sec me start the elders of the haunted brig, ana on one is produced or used to any conJaYeighlng against my foolishness in fhost him I was soon in possession of siderable extent, and this is iridium, ettiag off at that twie of night; the the whole story. "Yes; ho was the man which is valued at $1,000 per pound. It Saw Pple plyhsg me with horrors that was sittinjr on the bridire about is sometimes, ' but vcrv Miarinsrlv, used taltiaff m to 1m sore to I derail o'clock; nd was I the renttoaaan I in electrical experiments. X.i'.IIcrald, 1 i e. -at CHARACTER BUILDING. t Soino'.SuggHfioii.i Uelutlns- - to u Mil)J.-cWhich All MotliiTs Are Intorr-te- d. THF CHAIRMAN. la HI? Duties as They Kxlt in Knslan.1 l'nlnU for the l'ennlc. THE DEA'jg'-- p MOTHER. KotnWTold by u Passenger ratlu-il- paT-- 6ns-ca- de y: m k; well-ventilat- ed mo-ai- es NVut-pHjie- s; to-b- e je-te- rs y, d, e. j iy - ..,-,- u I t. - stal-vrar- snow-flake- I j warn-brow- - 1 low-lyin- t,n j . re-te- e. di-clo- -e - d. good-natur- ed story-tellin- g, re-'ma- ia, ce She was poor'' clad, and shivered as the sat down nwi.the stove and wrung her bltre, rough" lingers to warm them. The passengers allfelt sorry for her, for she had a Wndbenevolent face, and seemed to be gngjjr bout som'cthing. I wonder if I "1 wonder--ljde- r will get there iu time," she mumbled over and overnfaia. "Poor boyh Ho was alwavs so gAto me, and I wonder' if I will be witlijligwlien it comes?" conduutor. "Tickets?"!"" The, old wogianopened her basket am w:is a long tiii K' looking over it, " ... ; ar ITed diligently, and thesCilwoK'yfliS?iI oontajlliiig-tliSaTjfjB'irigf; others! aeMsletfl(jrmhyftijjtsy Jjiuatg YAogsftb&gg r o tB- she looked verv buihTJ&tttk lmiwA'2fli"ntftiMgbt' Syliiteiandi ririrriTniiTi--mh-r- i anui in if - ri"iT-riSaftly Said Coufie, ii fkriaskmuifeoiivi LifMiflTMlH'JI!TZWW5?rao nillV&VAgKCSt 'j x.fcr "- - .b . tramaniL-i- i w swif prii(U sdunti iCTOion "Ttnon the Uur forefathers, nronrniteu. lived and tiled in spur of the moment. A professional or bought my ticket yesterday and put it irtiies ar our boa-dlog houes plastered with mud, but business man, of good soc al standing in my purse, but I"have forgotten my left it at home. O! sir, I am so they were good, honest, substantia! log in the locality, ought, .is a rule, to be purse-anhouse, well made and proof against invited to take the chair. He will at orn, but! was going to St. Louis to cheese. once ghe an air of substantiality 10 see my poor bo who worked iu a .i Western dairymen arc becoming weather. Xinv hni-- Mexican giamli-the committee, stamping it with the foundry until yesterday, when a great e and thinks lives in an a lob more and more convinced that there is d sign and seal of worth. Often enough wheel fell over on him and him of hiirself as though his habitaa food value in corn stalks not heretotion were of marble. And why should the success of a movement or of a so- so badlv they shv he will die; but I have fore recognized. When run through a ciety has been secured forthwith be- forgotten my pocket book, and now I is and fed with a little meal or he not? Iu light, a we write, a pala- cause a certain particular man has will never see my poor boy again in tial hotie building, the materials of bran they form an excellent ration. consented V bead it. Ami o the this world. Put me off, but don't know When fed without cutting,- - much of which are loulders gathered from the other hand many a committee has how I will got back home I or go on," adjacent pasture, broken aud their value is completely lost. It cerand the pleasant ridges on her face into shape ind faced with brick. What failed to igako the slightest headway tainly pays to have a good though the object for which it exists were drawn up into corded line, and a sermon tlat house preaches! on the farm. Elgin Advocate. may ne unexceptionable simply be- the blue veins stood out in great knots, In building character as iu building cause the When you are milking the cows on of Mr. and she clenched her bony lingers in cold mornings and your nose is red and houses the majority of men ami women take materials nearest at hand aud thishas not been obtained. Though agony, as the tears started from her your toes are cold and you are shivering must may not indicate a very cheerful eyes. Tho passengers were all looking There is the k-- of them. all over and the cow will not give .down make enought of good material about us state of things, Ilis nevertheless a com- on, aud when the conductor passed on mon cxiierienec. her milk. you have still one consolation; A committee or jis if he had lost his mother, his great to make lwble character. We d flies can't bite you anythe society having been established, and its the tern, homely unpromising facts of chairman appointed, it Weomes ineiim- - hand grasping his punch tremblinglyhow. It is astonishing how much real and his eyes brimful, a quiet, bigconsolation there is in this world, lying our lives mil transform them into inciaiicr of progress, into edifices of uumupoii unfailing 10 aucnu ine meet hearted passenger whispered to him and with around loose, if we only knew "just regularity For his then went through the coach ahead of t Itoy that ings own comfort and convenience ho will do him, asking for where to find it. American Dairyman. utility if iM beaut . Now hesc sulncrip this mother is , aniou about; if they so, since it must lie obvious that themo-inelion, but the passengers would not learniag to be honest, are he "loses touch" the DAIRY FEEDING. thorough, just, en- of the committee he with and affairs give, and as the train slowed up at the patient, then there next station the conductor walked up terprising; if they are uing all the labors under a distinct disadvantage, to her and gentlv put his hand on her some l'otnt In the Management or .Milrh they can command to ac- and his usefulness, moreover, is diminCow. shoulder. to ished. In committee work he will quire the information most have "Never mind," she said, swallowing One of my neighlwrs who is very In their work, ami applying the them due regard to with his dairy tells me one of the information so acquired to the further- the proceedings punctuality beginning a big lump that kept coining up in her at the selected hour. throat, "I'll get off peaceably." and her secrets of his success. It is that one ance of tticir work, they are getting in If he is lacking in this respect, he will lramc was uoiivtu&od with a shudder, A find the members man must do all the feeding. His plan so far a very valuable education. of the committee and a the brake.man opened the door wit can be sharHned on a great soon growing equally remiss not to to call tliu name of the station, the would be spoiled by having difi'erent man's diJeront kinds A of whetstones. mam men feed the animal., for this reason: man's mind may 1h stored with a great the benefit of the business which air came in and blew off together. In committees it is her bonnet and she uttered a sharp cry Ills study is to got the maximum prod- many kiid- - of information. How customary to ermit of a good deal of as the conductor pres-e- d her liack into uct from each cow. This product de- to make the ends meet, how to accomthe conversational style of transacting her seat and said: pends to a great extent on the quantity plish certain desired result are ofU'ii affairs, and within limits "Don't got off, mother. Your fare is But in a meeting paid clear through to --" He stopped and quality of the feed. He feeds grain proMen more liiftieiiit than any that this is unavoidable. to his cows throughout the entire year. colhsere students puzzle over in algebra or on a larger scale, public or otht rwie, and said, in deep agony of mind: No matter how good his pasture, he calculus. They stimulate ami .sharpen the chairman must regulate the busi".My IjOU! and as tne passengers thinks the best product can not bo ob- the Intellectual faculties and give tine ness in the strictest possible manner. gathered around, he completed his tained from any one kind of food. In practical results lxide. "Patient con- Again, Mr. Chairman must take care sentence. "Her fare i paid clear .hat hit. meeting docs its work. Let through to Heaven," and as the pas feeding grain he differs from his neigh-lKr.- y tinuance" in the humble, monotonous, He does not feed the same apjKtrently inconsequent routine of daily him always have it well in hand. He sengers looked on her glazing eyes, her amount to each animal, nor does he life appointed to the majority of mea must not allow any one to speak more agonized foatures resumed their wonted think they should lie fed according to and T.omen may be inspired by aspira- than once or to wander from the sub- pleasantness, for she was traveling on a sre. The amount to feed each an- tion for "glory and honor and iitimor-talit- " ject, or to obtrude upon an unwilling pass written in letters of liviiig light and have as its reward "eternal audience. The only exception to the and had reached the end of imal can only le determined by her journey and careful observation. life.' What greater reward thau this first point i made iu favor of the and met her son, who had died an hour When this amount is determined, can mortal man receive? speaker who introduces a subject, and before. The conductor and brakeman lioys can not go to wIki is accorded a right of reply IJecatise the-- e the animals are fed with jHTfcct tenderly lifted the vacant tenement of J lis idea. regularity. i not to I school they need not be ignorant of the which, however, is Usually not cla med her soul and complied with the request consult cost in feeding, lmt thinks what- Knvwieuge uihi may mt guinea irom at publio muntiugb.. AB. ruf'urtle'jthQ, "to'nimhcr'OH at tho nnxt station. A ever give the best product will in tho hooks. We know a youth who is em- secoua point, lie will cull the errant pretty girl that had been flirting began end lte most profitable. His cows are ployed from early morning till dark iu j orator's attention to the irrelevancy of to cry and a woman and baby took it all native, raided by hhn-e- lf with great helping upjwrt his father s family, but nis rcmarKs, and invite mm to discuss up and joined the pretty girl, and one eare, and some of them approximate who in fragments of leisure has mastered the matter under consideration, or by one the rest of us united our tears hi scat. Aud in reference to the with theirs, and the fat woman hugged very closely to the great yields of the the principles of chemistry, read all imported animal. There is a very com- Shakosijeare's plays, Macon's Essays, third, which has not unfrequentry the brakeman of our coach, and so we mon idea that the more grain an ani- text books in several of the sciences, proved itself a thorn in tlfe chairman' went on our way, all feeling betto mal is fed the provided it is and is well advanced in algebra. Ilis side, should the sneaker persist in ad- what we had seen. Througk Mail. not more thau will be consumed regu- plane of thinking is higher, hi power dressing people who are manifestly relarly without lo-- s of appetite. This evi- of anpreucn.:on and comprehension far luctant to hear Irm, the chairm in will HE SKULKED. dently is not true, as a decrease in the greater than.those of youths of his age probably be able to put an end to the b hmi always at school. His unoin'y scene by requesting the audigrain ration, even when all is con- who have The 51 ou mi cs of Ills Enemy in Not GHlng sumed, is often accompanied by an in- mother studies with him, and contrives ence to vote as to whether the obstrucHtm Haifa Cliiincc. crease ia the quantity and quality of the to keep in advance of him so she can tionist i to be heard or not. In all Khling out from Chattanooga towards eases the chairman must see that his help him over hard places and dieus milk. Bridgeport on horseback I came acro-- s As to the lest kinds of food for stock with him the books he read. This ruling is upheld and acted upon. for the chair must bo a cardinal a native who had a seat on a rock quite there is a great difference of opinion. eiubles her to give a high tone to the Family Magazine. a piece above the road. If he hadn't If a man wishes to make as much money family life, to create an atmosphere of principal. as pof&ible by selling milk, he will feed intelluctual'ty at the fireside iu which rattled a stone down just as 1 came THE COCA LEAF. very differently from what he would if the love of literature and .science may opposite he might have escaped undehe wished to make butter of the best flourish. Of course doing this she must Wonderful Properties of a I'limt Which tected. He had a gun aeross his kneos, quality. It is the common idea that omit doing a great many things con(Irons in South Amerleu. anil I called to him: necessary by many mothers. eattle should be fed dillerently for milk, sidered Coca leaves, when chewed like to"Prettv good hunting around here?" butter, beef and labor. Now if the She has little time for embroideries and "Mav be, ' he answered. and quantity of these products fancy cooking and the superfluous nice- bacco, arrest the waste of the system quality and keep up its nervous tone and vigor. "What do you find?" are to be taken into consideration, it is ties of housekeeping. "Nuthin' yit." probable the feed should be the amc, Among the pyramids of Egypt at Dr. Smith, in his "Peru As It Is," says: He seemed so cranky that I was about for that which will make the best least one has been found that is built of "When used in moderate quantities, it blood will give the best product in bricks made from Nile mud fastened increases nervous energy, enlivens the to ride on, when he rose up and descended to the road. He didn't look a all other respects. It is probable together with "stubble instead of and he held his shotthat the same chemical elements, and straw," and doubtless the work of the spirits, and enables the Indians to bear bit in the same proportion as compose Israelites when compelled to "get straw cold, wet, great bodily exertion and gun in a very careless manner as he tins bodv of the animal, should compose where they could find k." For over want of food to a surprising degree said: "Stranger, you mought have come the feed to give the best results. As we ;l,000 year that structure has stood, a with apparent ease and impunity." can not analyze our feed, nor be guided monument of patient, faithful toil, and two men buried in a mine friim Chattanooga!" In "Yes." always by the instructions of the chem- it will doubtless stand as long as its eleven days were kept alive by the "You mought have had company part ist., our best policy is to give a variety elder brother Cheops, and in it measinstead of being limited to one or two ure as praiseworthy a structure as that. small amount of eoca they had w.th o' the way." them. The natives of Peru make a --Yes. A man on a mule rode with kinds. Man- cattle are wintered en- Some years ago a man with brains three days' journey over tho mountains it ..UHH. uu much and some .money bought a rocky, tirclv vr.. ine a far as the forks, half a mile back." "inn "Man with reddish ha'r long nos- echeaper to feed a portion of grain ind swampy farm, with an immauagcble with no other support, and reach their whiskers on his'chin swetirs a good roots. Then- is one mistake very com stream flowing through it from an dnstiuation without exhaustion. The recent that the mo-- t deal?" mon when roots are fed. Too much de owner whose father had starved on it difficult surgical operations can be pendence is put upon roots, and tho and who himself had done likewise. That's him." on the eye without causing "And. hang him, he turned off, did other ration are not sufficient, and the The new purchaser with the rock built sjniply dropping iu it a ttle he?" farmer concludes that roots do not do substantial fence-- , bridges over the pain, by of the "Yes took the right-han- d road." much good. Even if graiu and hay arc stream and buildings, drained the solution given active principle of the coca, has it new interest, and we ".list like him jtst like the onorery fed, the cattle will keep in much better swamp, using the muck from tliem to condition by having some kind of root enrich the barren laud, on which he add the following, gathered from the 'possum he is! Stranger, that 'ere feller shot my father moreu two years ago, or fruit. Potatoes, or even apples occa- planted fruit tree, aud iu a few years New York Medical JO rvrtl: tlio-- e "The Ieuve resemble of the and he was the game I was waitin' fur! sionally, are good feed. transformed the waste place into t, and in fact, the active prin- He's got three different road to go an The amount of feed an animal re- beautiful aud fruitful Eden and sold it are termed come by, and jist as sure as I'm walchiu' ciplesthe alkalo:d, quires in winter depends to quite, an ex- for double all it had cost him. -- arc essentially the same. Tic !re one he'll iro bv t'other. fooled me tent on the temperature. An animal in We might goon this veiu indefinitely, grows wild in tho nioiintu:n of Piui all summer mngln this He's anil'l'm" way; the barnyard requires much more than is unnt'ccssiry. To be faithful and Bolivia, and is also cultivated ,u butlr one iu a warm stable. A portion of the over the few gitthf that desperit that if 1 ihis him things. 'to build well of 1 shall have to go up to his food is burned in the animal to keep up materials furnished u and which the high latitudes. "In 1.S151 the annual product wa- - val- clearing and take a shot at him as he the temperature of the body. When can command by diligent labor i we all ued at two and one-hamillions of dol door smnkin liis nine! we burn wood in the stove, the oxygen that is required of "us. "It i accepted of lars The leaves are worth in IV ra ( .sots in the of the air unites with the carbon of the a man Stranger, what's yer real, downright. according to cents a pound. "Ill haw ( hr:ttin opinion of a man as will put wood and thus the heat is generated. In not according to that that he hath and soventv-fiv- e he hath not." been used by the native from a icmota another man out of the wav as he has take-th- e A". Y. the animal, the carbon of the food Tribune. antiquity. The high esteem in which me!" Detroit Free Press. place of the wood, and the oxygen they were held is eon from the fact of the air unites with it in exactly" the How Honeycomb is Filled. that they were among (he offerings to same manner. The portion of the food Dr. Johnson in His Own Time. their gods, and it was believed that the thus burned is much greater in winter Dr. C. Spencer has been prying into latter would not be propitious unless ' Dr. Johnson's death was announced than in summer. the business secrets of the bse, and thus the priests chewed the leavi s during in the principal country paper of DeOne farmer of my acquaintance, who tells of what he has learned: "I i my the ceremonies. It is estimated that has a large dairy, always keeps a rec10 tO 2:, 1784, by a paragraph observatory hive one coll mi, buiit thirty m'llion pounds tire now annually cember ord of the amount of milk from each in the summary of London news very cow at each milking, and the name of against the glas, and that afford d an consumed by e gilt millions ot people, same Corla or three the man who does the milking. He excellent opportunity of seeing h .w be.'s each using two twenty-fiv- e ounces a si.e.3 much in the is way as "Loudon ears now sent down every respondence' "It is about has the same men milk the same cows deposit honey in the cell. Fir, . a bee tho discovery of its active principle (the evening: 'December 14 Yesterday as much as possible, but as this can not deposited a thin coating of lion.--, upon alkaloid) and of the properties of the afternoon, about ten minutes before always be done, by the help of this rec- the base name, cocaine (pro- seven of the clock there t departed this ord he soon learns who are the poor varnish, of the cell, making a sort of latter. Its ), was then given it. as it were, to the ba-- e of the nounced coca-:nelife, at his' Jiouse in Bolt Court, Fleet milkers and discharges them. This cell. iu year, to the record also helps him to weed out tho homy The next bee that came with It "It crysta'Hzes acids to form prisms. Street, iu his seventy-sixt- h unite" with nvsed up the lower edge of this various inexpressible grief of his friends, and unprofitable cows, as he disposes everv film of salts. The salt now ued to deaden to the infinite Toss of his majesty's subhoney aid forced its honey yoar of all whose average falls below a the next bee did the same and sensibility is the muriate of cocaine. jects, that eminent ornament of literagiven figure. alkaloids, it is po son iu ture and firm friend of virtue and religLike In most parts of tho country corn is tlu film acted as a ki.id of diaphragm, large all the the symptoms a do-ekeeping honey in the cell. When the being cere- ion, Dr. Samuel Johnson. His venersowed for summer feeding, and helps cell ia full enough to be sealed, the be?s bral excitement, complete paralysis of ated remains will be interred in Westvery much, but this is only one step in commence contracting the opening sensibility, tetanic "(fixed) sp:iius, and minister Abbey. Sir Joshua Reynolds, the right directiou. It "pavs tc sow with wax until there is only a small death. It is thought that the'n (the Sir John Hawkins, and the learned Dr. different kinds of grain to come on in hole left alkaloid of tea) may have the same Scott of the Commons are appointed his succession; and even if the pastures are pear to in the centre, when thev ap- amesthetic properties, and be substitake one little flake of wax and executors. Pr- - Johnson hii good, the cows will do better bv having pat it down tuted for it. Caffeine the alkaloid of worldly affairs five days, settled his before a variety. The blood of cattle is" com- - time during over the opening. At any- eoflee is also radically the same." death. He was entirely resigned to the of the same elements as that of the honey the process of filling the cell Youth"!! Companion. will of God, and rarely spoke during uman bcings.'and we have been taught hypodermic could be withdrawn with a syringe, and the 'diathat the best blood was produced by phragm' left hanging in the cell." BosThe German people, who wcro his last days except upon religious subjects. He passed away without a strugsuch food as contained the largest pro- ton Transcript. only 25,000.000 in 1810, are now portion of nitrogen. This theory apand their present rate of in- gle, dying so quietly that the persons in pears to have less advocates now than crease is greater than that of any his chamber were not aware of the exThere are 16,000,000 school chilact moment of dissolution." London formerly. We should expect that the dren in The population, the United States, 10.000.000 of European race. increases by 26 which World. food thnt contained the largest propor- whom are only enrolled in the public schools. in France 10,000 and in Great a year tion of the elements of butter would for every Britain hc world doesn't know make the most butter, but this is proved Thomas A. Doyle has entered upon by only 101, increases in Germany by how the'othef balf lives. And 'tis just of a vast emigrauntrue by experiment. J. M.Williains, his seventeenth yca'r as Mavor of Prov- 115. and this in spite a great deal of gossip. in Ar. Y.' Examiner. tion wh'uh, since 1810, has carried a3 well. JtJves idence, R. j. away 8,500,000,. mostly young adults. - The true aim of education is the building up of noble character. Heorge Washington hid not very much "schooling." He was not even a perfect speller. He knew little or nothing of Greek and Latin, little of science or art yut Wa he uneduoated? Abraham LmcQln had fewer opportunities to acquire book learning than Washington had, but his name will go down with Washington's to remotest age. Neither Benjamin Franklin nor Horace Greelcv ever went to college, but what two men have done more for their time thwii For the oMinary work of committee or societies, it is by no menus necessary that the chairman should be a good speaker perhaps the reverse, on tho whole. A chairman who likes to hear the sound of his own v,;b8 n HI 7ery soon rum the committee or meeting over which he presides, utiles stops bo taKen promptly to remedy the mischief. The model chairman should be able to say his say in a few brief, appropriate entences when circumstances requires it as, for example, in stating tho objects for which a meeting is being held;, but usually he has to.-dmore with e . 5CHOOL AND CHURCH. has 113 Baptist churolics. with 0,326 members ami 10G ordained l t u?ilM& - , - tn"'flrffi-afchtttfliw'i- & wm -- - Tlbp&fo . uSfi7r vwItySJiafjtuiajgacba)iptndj ii, 7;..'?7i.vlc:.t.nAresi...HKim UilWUHUUitlijBUJlUU.SlicSrfUUUiU ijr IIIIS o JU i -- ministers. , So manv valuables are annually tolon from churches in the south of b ranee during the midnight service at holiday time that those services have' been ordered discontinued in the future-The question of aKowing further foot- participation in Dan matches has been deeided in 'the negative by the faculty of Harvard College by a vote of 25 to 4. The principal of one of New York s many 'ijiyshing" -- chools where young ladiesjiJssiW-euniuito get the final touch WflolLsh to fit them exquisitely for society, includes in her course of lectures oue 'on the art of slumbering proscntablv. Jv Y. Sun. ti srTJieMfollowinx statistics are given inter-eollegiate -- l b'snops, ToTpriosts. oto'TTifaTr'ShcnVnti chapels, 7,7GJ; seminaries, colleges and ae-imies for both exes, 70; asylums, 201; hospital. l,3l)o; communicants, d :' -- i.5fs - ' 'jf e 1,IWH,(MM). cru-he- feed-cutt- er chi-cll- ed -- feed-cutt- er So-and-- al-wa- vs dod-rottc- ma)-tak- e half-doll- ar nt self-relian- t, itdu-trio- u. ul suc-?essl- ul call-the- m snow-burden- ed wwll-ilffiii- Lyman, of North Carolina, takes exception to the statement of Dr. Thompson, Bishop of Mississippi, that negro rectors are not desirable in the Protestant Episcopal Church through the South. He says that ten blacks in his State are satisfactorily ministering to congregations of their own color, and he would not like to see any other system tried. Chicago Herald. The value of chewing gum as a faetor in education has been settled al last A Macon (Ga.) sehoolmarm had six bright scholars come to school provided with gum and six withouL Then she threw twenty-nin- e problems at them with astonishing results. The chewer? of gum correctly answer twenty-onwhile the gum less six had mastere'd onh eight. This is another vital educational problem solved. W. J.ohu Post. President Eliot, of Harvard University in an address before the Massachusetts Teachers' Association the othei day, said that it would b much better for two or three towns to maintain one high school adequately equipped, rathei than for each one to maintain a weak and jKiorly equipped high school. Tiie only thing that stands in the way of such a union is local Jealousy, and the sooner that Is set aside the" batter. Borton Journal. The will of the late Governor Abner Cobura, of Maine, bequeaths the bulk of his property to the cause of education iu the Sout.i. To Cobum Classical Institute he bequeaths S7d.tXWi to Colby 200.000, of Watenille. Univers'ty. which, with other amo.ints for the benefit of the university, make his entire bpque-- t thereto over $800,000. The State Agricultural College at Orono receives 10'J.dOO, and the Maine General Hospital in Portland 10.000. The New York .S'kh isdieuisiugthe grammar of the family prayer, "Now I lay me down to sleep." It" pronounces it all right. It uidou'otedly is; but. grammatical or not, it ba gorto up to Bi-hop - e. ; -- re-su- ln-tte- the sweetest confidence and trust thnt only infantile humanity can understand. That simple jHJ'Jtion will endure as long as Christianity prevail, and will be famiiar to more heart and lips than probably all othc prayers combined. g Few man and women lait learned it at mother's knee and few wholly forget it. InUanapolis Journal English-speakin- the great judgment seat freighted witli PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. An Ohio girL while out riding with a young man, got ont of the buggy and killed herself with a pistol. He probably persisted in driving with both hand Ke-fep- eet C'v' Detroit Free J're&r. "Well, now, that stioks in my crop!" remarked the old farmer, as a customer-showe- d him over six bushels of twigs and branches extracted from a ton of his best hay. Burlington Free Presi. good-nature- d, 18-30- , Bachelors can breathe easy again. For three years they need not blush and start coyly and timorously when the fair maidens tell them tliey have something to say in confidence. "If you would be truly happy, my dear, " said one lady to another, "you will have neither eves nor ears when your husband comes home late from the club." "Yes, I know," answered the other, wearily, "but what am I to do with my nose?" At the rink: A during-youiifimui named MeColluin, Who wa lonjr anil lnk. mid looked solemn. Hit floor with hi head. Ana die wonts that hesuld WoiiM nil u lotiff newspaper oolutnu. .VMrrfctotCK Itcrahl. -- ,,,, te - cr. jnrr-form- ed r I,t 1 der," snarled Borneo, "if we shall know each other in heaven." "I'll remember you. of course," replied Juliet, with tender emphasis, "but. of course. I couldn't know you without meeting you," and a period of silence as long a centennial pjcm crept into the room. a-- was ju-- t after the tiff , "1 won- tea-plan- ey lf , I . pre-on- six-sid- s. Herald. Business has beeu rather dull in Te.Xjihisu.yuil3wVialyijitoaLdrHmmeK,''j who had made a tour of the State, on his return to Galveston was asked by his lioss; "Well, did you get any' orders?" "I should smile I don't think I went into a single store, that I wasn't ordered out by the proprietoi himself."-- - Texai tiiftii'ig.. When Mrs. Oleo, the boardiug-hoiis- e mistres. was told that the inspector of provisions had seized 4G8 pounds pounds of poultry, of veal, ninety-tw- o fifty-tw- o pounds of bear meat, thirty-seve- n lambs, six barrels of pea, and 200 boxes of herring, she remarked: "Prettv good appetite; but nothing to some of mv boarders. You'd ought to see them when they're good and hungry." Chicago Tribune. ':Smith, how is it that you always get such good bargain?" queried Jones. "Because I was taught in my infancy habits of thrift, patience and economy, replied Smith. "My father was always drumming it into me to 'wait a little while anu you'll purchase cheaper. " Why, even my mother ued to sing baby,' before I could walk." Jones was perfectly satisfied with the explanation. Boston Courier. At a restaurant the other day the g customer, who antics of a was twisting up iii his chair, and turning roun 1 in all sorts of contortions, at-.- V. 1'. 'bye-low- green-lookin- 00, One-haj- ff finally, the restaurant man asked in deep jieqilexity; "What do you do that for? For heaven's sake! what is the matter? Was it the lobster?" "Lobster be d bio wed!' growled the victim, with anger; "I'm only taking my dessert.' "Your dessert?"' "Yes: look at your bill of fare." We threw our syes over it. It enumerated some dozeu good things for dinner, and at the bottom were printed in fair large type the A7. words? "lor duswrt turn over. Y. Ledger. -' well-feigne- tracted attention. Approaching him, ? I . t PKr--- 2 "" "i1" f T--r .myr',tft-iffl-TTr-,TfTfJ-h- f. " 1. f. 1 ITS I y A THRILLING 'EXPERIENCE. Tropical Fruit for Yankee Markets lime sprinkled Hemarkiihlo Statement or rersonat Danlittle How Poor Younjr 5Ieil ard Knabled to Within the past three years a nnm-bger anil Providential Kscupe. JIurr.v ltich Whm. over the potatoes in the collar will tend GEOHGE WAKREX, TubllsUer. of Americans havo invested heavily rot and purify the air of Jhe The following story which is attracting "Larry is speculating in marriagttt to prevent wide attention from the press is so recollar. Troy Titrxn. in fruit planting industry in Central now, I believe." said one of a party of HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. : : Milk cans should be kept clean. It markable that we can not excuse ourselves America and the West Indies. Tho firms gentlemen who were seated in the reading1 is fully as important as keeping the if we do not lay it before oor readers, even of Richardson & Co. and Frank Bros., 7RADEbcdMARK: -room of the Fifth Avenue hotel kit milk clean, or rather the one depends though its length would ordinarily of 'New York, have planted large tracts night. its admission to our limited space. A VALENTINE. upon the other. To the Editor Jiochtster (A". Y.) Democrat: of land on the northern coast of Jamaica "Speculating in marriages!" repeated Among all the products of the with bananas, while tho latter firm has On tho first Wert thou a Horn tin maiden another of the party. "For goodness country, the meat product stands tirst, atSm residence in day of June, IsSl. I lay extensive plantations of the same fruit at I thy lovor tnie. this eity surrounded by .oilcould I, dour, most tiiird, wheat; fourth. myniy then comes corn: sake what kind of business is that?" Jicw friends and waitinp for death. Heaven Boca del Toro and other Isthmain local," Vliy sweet affection woo? "Why. he lfiiids mone to vonnir Inly; fifth, dairy products; sixth, cotton. only knows the agony 1 then endured, for ities. simplest. 'twoultl lie tho words can never describe it. And yet, if Albany Journi'. The mo- -t ucceful way One of the most important enterprises feiljif3 .iiiu hae piospects of iiiumin" To take thee 'ueath the mellow moon -- Pa close attention to little things a few years pre ious any one had told me of this nature is being carried on by the Ahunlutela that 1 was to bo brought so low, and by go nch wives," said the first speaker. "Not And murmur "Amotr." Trt from Opiates, Mtnctlcs and JPoUona. on the farm. This is where many farmturriblo a disease, I should have scoffed at Honduras Tropic Fruit Planting Comg long ago a young fellow a mistake, in neglecting what the idea. I had always Leen uncommonly pany at Tela, Honduras. This syndiWert thou, my dear, u maiden A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE with charming manners, but poor, came ers, make land. From VreueeS they consider the little things. Wcilem strong and henlthy, and weighed over J00 cate has invested about 870,000, and For Conch. Sore Throat, ItoancncM, Influenza, How fhould I then, thy lover. here from Philadelphia. He was ad- Rand. pounds and hardly knew, in my own exCold. Hrontliltlt, Croup, Hooplas vangs, Seek favor from thy hand? perience, what pain or sickness were. already has some 300 acres of bananas mitted into good soeietj aud the prottv AthmB, QaInT, l'ainmln Csctt, aJ other How could I.woo theo, dear one, A nurseryman asserts that apple Very many people who will read this j tinder cultivation. The manager intends of daughter of a rich merchant fell in love Throat ' Lung. How better could I frame statement realize at times that they aro l to plant at least 700 acres more this Frlce SO cents a bottle. SoW by DrnUt and Dettrees which have straight and upright The nrdent love I bear theo with him. The young Philadelphian unusually tired and can not account for it. year; thus this plantation alone will ers. to Induce thtlr&eattr to promptly Than by whlspccinjr "JeVaime." was about to drop the courtship because topi have rout- - of a similar character, They feel dull iwiins in various parts of the Bit itor tlem trill rtrttre too txulexprett cAargt kBh7 one dollar to he did not have the necessary monev to and that tho-- e which have low aud body aud do uot understand it. Or they shortly be able to export 15,000 bunches paid, l'j IUX CIURirs A. YOGElElt COSPAST, Wert thou a German maiden spreading tops have btishv roots. Even are exceedingly hungry one day and en- per month, or sufficiency to keep one With t!ecort ej e- of brown, ScltOwMnudUuiBlictnrfr, keep it up. He knew Larry and when Stluaer, Xirjlua,C.t.l I'd wih I were n Kins,', dear. w d steamer constantly engaged he met him one day he told him of his the color and peculiar markings of the tirelythe ithout appetite the next. This was crown. So thou couid'st share in way I felt when the relentless in transporting tho fruit. bark of some varieties evtend to the just My heart would break, my dour one, love affair." malady which had fastened itself upon me And thou shouldst say me nay, Within the past three months three "If you are sure on can win thegirl," roots. The nurseryman is therefore able first began. Ktill I thought nothing of it; new "Ieh lUhtUrh," I'd falter. companies have been formed to to distinguish several varieties bv their that probably I had taken n cold which -- I will K'en to m dying day. said Larn. furnish the monev wonld soon pass away. Shortly after this plant bananas on the banks of the Blue-fielLender. and j on can puv nit back when ou fe"t roots alone. Thou'rt none of tlie-- my dearest; a heavy, at HACAN'S River.in the Mosquito Reservation, - A cream pie made after this nde is 1 noticed one s.de and my times neuralgic, our rich wife.' With the moiiey lie American thou'rt born; pain in of head, but as it Nicaragua, Two new companies have Thv eyes are blue a- heuveu. got from Larry he vas able to dress an improvement upon the would come one ilav and'be gone the next, Thy hair like iroMen corn. cream pie: Make a rich custard: 1 paid little attention to It. Then my been formed in New Orleans. A. 0. better and to go out a great deal more. Thy hands are white and And e'en the -- tars above thee The oiuigIad"s parents thought the if possible use etvam. but if not ue rich stomach would get out of order and my Are not more true than I, dear heart. food failed to digefet, causing youug man had money, and thev milk and some cream with it: bake this times often inconvenience. Yet, even asnt When toft 1 say "1 love thee." great is a secret aid to beauty. a Domestic Intelligence. LfppHMHH. in a puff paste: while it is baking whip physician, 1 did not think readily consented to hisuuiou with their J. 31. that these of thick, sweet cream things nieaut anything serious. I fancied Many a lady owes her freshdaughter. They were finally married a A Dallas servaut girl walked into her and the oung man was started,in busi- till it i as light as can be. and when I was suffering from malaria and doctored A STKAXGE VALENTINE. ness to it, "who would rather accordingly. Rut got ness by his father-in-laHo lias been the pie is taken from the oven put the myself noticed a peculiar I color no better. mistresses' parlor and said to the latter: ami odor not tell, andjjw cant tell. whipped cream on the top. Burton I next the fluids 1 was able to pay back the principal to Larry "I wish you would give me a certifiabout passing albo that Vfhioh Could Not Bo Accepted, Globe. with heavy interest. Larry was so enthoiowure large quantities one daynnd cate, I wish to leave.1" It requires just so much grain and very little the next, and that a persistent couraged thai now he has anotheryoung Unless With the Giver. "Give you a certificate! "Why, you froth man in training. The young fellbw is hay to maintain the animal's life, and a and n and scum appeared upon the surface, lazy worthless creature, what sort of a sediment settled. And yet I did not vep- - popular with the ladies, and he lus very small quantity over that amount realize my danger, for, indeed, seeing ccrdficato do you expect from me? a fair chance of seeurinr a rich wife bo- - will keep up the How of milk, o that in these symptoms continually, I finally be1011 uon t expect me to say that l am ""In the dusky light of a fragrant anil fore the winter s oer. Larry is also fact the feed it can be made to eat oer came accustomed to them, and niv sus picion was wholly disarmed bv the fact satisfied with you, do you?" is necessarv to keen up the an arranging to earn on this line of specu- what richly adorned drawing-rootwo peo'Oh, no. I would not have you to had the lation with strangers. He made his imal's life and health, if of the right that Itheir no pain in Why afTeottil organs ple were in animated conversation. or iu vicinity. I should havo fay that for the world. That might get j money in Colorado by "staking" miners, kind, is turned into milk, and conse- been so blind 1 can uot understand. One, a woman of lifty, handsome nit into trouble. All I want you to cer- I consulted the best medical skill In tho and as ho puts himself, he is now quently is clear gain. With this fact tify is I held out 111 your house for still, and with a toilet suggestive of who before us we should give the cows a land. I visited all the famed mineral three wthat weeks. Everybody in town to going "stake" men for hole oong vreecing. The newest booacadx- springs in America and traveled from mon schools, much care and thought, was peakiug are trying to strike gold in matrimonial liberal allowance of the woman you are, mies and SemiXie.es. S3 Part eonps at tie hlstieit a 1 foods, such as carrots, beets, turnips, Maine to California. Still as grew worse. knows what sort of best certificate I character, be hln worui and music, exercises d ventures. not only with decision, but with positive Whenever man can Ko two physicians agreed to my malaand that will be the oUeggku. Br.L. O. Emeroa. CJ cw., 4 per doz. bran. etc. Chicago 2'ime. by the production ' Ioto letters dy. One said I was troubled with spinal could possibly have." Texas Siftings. anger; although her was and yerr fuccestful bonk for and other reliable evidence that he is When churning keep the tempera- irritation: another, dyspepsia; another, great enough to keep her voice from m Illch Schools IVvlcoiae Chorum. W. S. ItMen: another, general debility; wife, ture between fifty-liv- e .School Choir. I.inerton & TUdrn. atid I.nu-rllltrh reaaably stirs of marrying a rich and sixty-fou- r rising, it was not able to prevent a of tho of each of tb the proprietor threeWrcwtli, W O. I'erk.ns. Trice ltleh School Larry will Tond him the niont'i to go on. degrees, according as experience dic- another, congestionthrough a lose of the boolt.ei, or ti per dor. Also brain; and so on long list of of a Thomas Campbell, ,treniuIous vibration which she vainly junk-boa- t, who was arrested ,and UooUor.Nonc. Emit Leslie Sets.. or 6 per dot, He runs a great risk of losing, but he tates. Stop churning when the butter common diseases, the symptoms of many School lljmuul, by lrvlsc Emerioc. jftilod a few days ago at Tarkcrsburg, and I'ul.lle Cu per doz. tried to stillc. She was sitting on a ct or to. tnarges 100 per cent, interest and keeps is in granules about the size of wheat of which I really had. In this vay several years the love letters for security, besides kernels. Draw off the buttermilk and steadily passed, during n Inch time I was W. Va charged with chicken stealing, embroidered chair in an Howto condition taking a note which states for what pur- wash in brine until the water runs oil had reallygrowing worse. MvThe slight claims to be a grandson of Thomas Children'sSongsandbook for attitude as faultless as the lit of her become pitiable. The newest SinD-thoCampbell, the poet. In a letter to tho pose tin. borrower expects to use the clear, as brine coagulates the cheesy symptoms I at first experienced ere desatin gown. la twordl'ioD. The bchucl Edltloa ha voice Chief of Police he disclosed his inden- money. If he comes out all right in his matter, which dissolves and is then veloped into terrible ami cons' ant disor, The other, a girl of twenty, with great rrscalculations, he is sure to pav as he is washed out. Use none but the best ders. My weight had been reduced from tltY and cave a graphic Sketch Ot IMS TOCM-Edition has nr.nd at rompaalmenta, and cost clear brown eyes and fluffy brown hair - McoioBg tor angers or an agi. to 11 was a burden in Larry's power, and even it he is undairy salt when salting. When packing 207myself pounds. My lifeconld retain no life, including his travels abroad and Other very and graceful figure, stood" as a young to and friends' I popnlar School Pnr Book are: Emer-- 1 in the Federal successful he will be very apt to try and Use firkins, set in a cool place aad keep food on my stomach, and lived wholly by his four years' service Golden ICobln and 1' child might have done at receiving a reprelieve himself of the obligation, as au the butter covered with brine. Sucan-ruiuijeeuuno. 1 was a Jiving mass ot pain. army during the war. He is a graduate and Vt hlipoorHJ, each Xcu.. or5perdoz. rimand. Her eyes were cast down, the Berlin Universities, at My pulse was uncontrollable. In my agony of the Paris and exposure would be, to say the least, unXev$. lashes drooping till they nearly touched I lrequently fell to the floor n which he took high medical Gems for Little Singers. pleasant. n Sliced apple pie: Line ins book for Prfiuur Schools and Kindergartens or the carpet, ami prayed for and clutched the latter Cleveland Herald. her cheeks, and her fingers were h death. Morwiiapti tore, street poetry and jweetormBBte. K.U. "I once knew a gambler who backed plate with crust, sprinkle with sugar, phine had little or no effect in deadening honors. Eaiernjn & Gtrtrnd Swa ae. 3) cis or IJ per doz. picking to pieces a prig Gf up a young man." said a third mombor fill with tart apples sliced very thin, the pain. For six days and nighu I had Mancd for lie Retail Price. heliotrope from a magnilicent basket of The Friends. y of the party, "about the same way. sprinkle sugar aud a very little cinna-mo- u hiccoughs constantOL1V.EK niTSOX A CO., Unitnn. flowers beside her. Bentley, a member of tho estiMr. It. T. My water filled with tube-eatThe person had once been quite well ofl & CO., 8C7 Broadway. Sew Tort. C.H IV. over them, and add" a few small ly. albumen. was was struggling 3 "It is the most absurd thing 1 ever must bear it." 1 and of Quakers at Sandy It is the fourteenth day of February, and belonged to an excellent family. bits of butter and a tablestoonful of Bright's Disease of the kidneys in lie with mable community ho was soverely affected you will do with all the ease of," said the elder lady, with a "Which heard last Springs, lid., says Tor 25 years I traj af CA-mitS- s! scornful smile. "I really can not waste in the world, dear Frank. And now I and Dr. Gangevoort is mounting the But he got down in the world and was water, or not, as you please it depends stages! flicieJ with catarrh. by rheumatism in his right hand. Mr. in a " 'va' as he was incapable ot upon uie juiciness 01 tne apples ureuge IZFZP For tiro month at a While mi tiering thus I received a call Bentley applied St. Jacobs Oil, the great any more words upon it. You always am going to pack, and will you send my stairs of a New York lwarding-houstime conQned to my in Hour, cover with the top cnist. anil from my pator, Rev. Dr. Foote, at that were quixotic, Teresa, and this trunks over to Mrs. Russell's, and tell He has a patient on the top lloor fot making a living in any business. room. I tried Ely and by its continued use, ina Why don't ox marrv a ladv with bake about ami from of au hour: time rector of ISu Paul's Episcopal Church, caps the climax. In nearly Sibyl and Gladys I am sorry not to say wnom ne ims more tiiau a scientilic was our last in: i CTfnm lisimend relief. fi 3J interest, and as he enters the room, plenty of money aud be independent,' allow four or five tablespoons of sugar of this city. in felt that it of conversation short time, was completely cured. good-byiurrcuv'-- the tne tr remedyCi one and the same breath, you tell me. and aunt that I regret having terview, but the course tried. W. you love him. and that you have refused displeased her, and and O, how which he has at last reached, he looks asked his gambling friend one day. to one pie. Or, line pans with crust, Dr. Foote detailed to rae the many remarktne country Tor As artist XTBTW8, 'Can't do it, because I have not the fill with sliced apples, put on top crust able cures of cases like my own which had the pnntoee who went into bull found there with anviet- toward thedormer-wimhShenaaktVtir Peare.JaMlCO Ot sketching a how happy I have been, and how foolish him. Oh! it is too disappointing." ot doah, Ioa a. money to appear in society, and besides aud bake; take off lop crust, put in come under his observation, by nieaus of a was dancer of the bull's catching him. ' filled with flowers. The patiout and but "Aunt." to try. As a -- Well?" Ely'aCream Balmfor there with a watering can and people are beginning to find out that I sugar, bits of butter aud seasoning, re- remedy which he urged me graduate of the Boalm Times. She grew incoherent andtearful again, catarrh U inmost case physician and a nave lost my fortune, replied the young place crust and serve warm. The practicing derided a perfect cure. Pick and again Frank urged her to a differ- scissors, tending her plants. His anx. "I'lease let it drop forget it." schools, I of any medicins the idea Safe, sure. cure. "So bad effect, Bk.s., Druggist, The tone was pleading, the voice ent course of conduct; but she was not iety is relieved when he sees the little fellow. The gambler agreed to furnish JIouekob!. outside the regular channels being in tho poisons in lted Star Cough Cure. Grand Rapids, Mich. the money with which to make the trial. So solicitous, however, beneficial. to be entreated or urged or advised. In tinge of color on his patient's face, and sweet. The farmer who takes pains to least Dr. Foote, that I finally promised I Crcnm Balm li a was season the fellow visited all the gives him. That remedy bed upoa a "orget it, indeed ! Do you thiuk I her hot young indignation the world the ghul, bright glance a she ?" The marriage write The certificate. "make up" the bed for his cow or his would waive my prejudice, i began its WWsr ' - ul1 corre t dlagnom ot rr he says, leading watering places, dressed in the horse gains many times the cost of the use the first day of June, 1881, and took it BoUn JBudget. "So you are better will allow you to oppose "me in this was her retreat; she could do anything, IrjsOf "ClEiVEiH depended upun. OotB. style? Have 1 not (laughters of niy bear anything, but tyranny and injustice takmg.the oflered hunt! and giving it a height of fashion, and appeared to have labor in so doing. If all material is according to directions. At first it sickened no end of money, which he spent in the . me; but this I thought was a good sign for The Combination of Ingredients used m&U reprssfered. farr.pTe &y man w own, anil eare enough of my own. and nnkindness. Little indeed did she kindiv pressure. lit owtgo,J.Y. He met a passed through the cutter previous to one in my del ilitated condition. I continIumaWne Brown's Bronchial Troches Esoe., "Yes; I am getting quite strong again. most princely manner. without being longer burdened with know of the world, but she was earnest being used for bedding it not only adds ued to take it; the sickening sensation de- - is such as to give the best possiblo effect lieautiful girl, with a rich father, and one so as vou, and true and strong, and ready to do I shall soon be able to resume m comfort of the animal-- , but parted and I was dually able to retain with safety, xuey are tne tesc reraeuy in married her the following winter. On to the in the . . LYDIA C. PINKHAM'S . . duties." Tera--a ?" her bst. assists matter of cleanliness by food upon my stomach. In a few days I use for Coughs and Throat Diseases. COMPOUND VEGETABLE 4I did not know "You need not be in haste to do that. the wedding day her father, gave her reason of its great power of absorption. noticed a decided change for the better, as 1 " said mean .0.(HtO as a starter. When the bridehicmy wife in. do vou know what dav thbIS A positive ccreor the young girl, depreeatinglv. But she For this reason sawdust is becoming a also did ceased and and friends. My pain says: "The best medisin Josh Biiainc.s coughs groom came to settle up with his friend, favorite, It is night in one of the great city is?" I experienced less AH thixe painful Complaint w Ls quickly interrunted. I kno for the rumatfz, is to thank the Lord as and tealnees i0 common hospitals, and all is silent but for xho the gambler, he was indebted to him of its being its fineness not only admits thau formerly. I was so rejoiced at this it aint tho gout." ealend-tr- . A "O. yes: there's my "Now don't plead ignorance; don't handled easily, well spread improved condition that, uon what I be10 oar best UP SttN. tell mo that you do not know my wishes, moans of those in pain and the mutter-ing- s woman of business must he accurate." $5,000. Three months afterward he in the stall and promptly removed, but lieved but a few days before was my d3"ing 3 fkhalk rorrMTiow $10,000. The couple of those in fever. Vonnjr Men, Eeail This. bed, I vowed, in the presence of my family woman of business hum! it seem-t- o gave "A and did not mean to offend me." "" Frlc tl la lln!4, rill r ki(1 fara. on Fifth after having absorbed the liquid Hows and friends, should 1 recover I would both Pacing slowly up and down the aisle Tin: Voltaic Bjslt Co., ot Marshall, Mich., ifcr far th legiHmat ktaUng of me you've been tlmt long enough: but are living happily Its purpose really did not thiuk of you at all." of the stall, still readily mixes with the publicly and privately make known this offer to A all their celohrated Electro-Voltai-c ami th reU'f cf UuUts aid that ttstifg. ward ' "Worse and wor-- e ! Well' this is of ahelpless Ml" of white cots .on. which do you know this is a tl&y of sentiment, Avenue." (t clan to do, ttvjiuvnd 0 i. can oladlf matter in the manure heap. X. Y. remedy for the good of humanity, and other Electric Appliances Belt are sufferers, is a mTrt&who- - a day dedicated to a saint whose shrine In Chicago a number of pawnbrokers 'itmen. entirely all OTarian trunbe. InflammaIt will cure plain speech. And whom do vou think wherever and whenever I had au opporon trial forS) days, to men (young orow) alHni; and dsptaeeawBU. and tion and will advance money for this purpose. WeakueM, tunity, and this letter is in fulfillment ot nfllietod with nervous debility, loss of vitalof only yourself? Selfish child! is duty it is to watch and wait upon those is the human heart?" coneiHmt 3plal ot Life. and i porUenlHly adaj X. Y. Trtegrmn. who require the little attentions' they edtotbe CnanKe that vow. My improvement was constant ity and a'l kindred troubles. Also re"O. Frank!" was the this my reward for educating you, and FlatuVrH-r- , destrnrjall craTtaj; KILLING CATTLE AND HOGS. It renwres Flnt mauy oth-t.- r from that tiuiCj and in less than three VTiakr.raaof t8"ro.a5 forieimnl-mUand monstrance. allowing you every luxury. .sjending cannot bestow upon themselves. pounds in months I had gained twentv-ai- x diseases. Completo restoration to health, It cure Bl'wv.iu- - SIneidvVs. Poprcwk-- rrrttraUcn, To one she gives a gifts, of "water, ii nd Mill "You seem to thiuk 1 am a little be- SILK THREADS IN GREENBACKS. The linproetl .Methods Kiuployoil by time and money onyou as f ree.lv as on plfsfne!. General IkUt" flush, became entirelv free Irom pain, and Yigor.and manhood guaranteed. No risk incemon. That f u"C"' brarfnz down. "? another's pillow needs raising, and an- side myself, but as I am a bearer of disHtiteliers. my own?" cured I believe I owe my life and present condi- - curred, us SU days' trial is allowed. "Write and tlio 4ioeriini-ii- t H:is Hail Letterspt tDl thematoncefor illustrated pamphlet, free. lnaa ryrcn vrtial'y acswe - forraT-MetThe killing of crtttle is usualh at"AuntAunt Ueraldiue, plen-- e for- - other demands soothing words. To all patches I thought best to prepare yon The Trnulile Who Iii.entftl the Paprr. d. Frsaleataruffftu with IIiiOIhii alike she ields cheerful compliance, for what iscoming." And he drew from remedy I used. wwwwwwwwith an altogether unnecessary to tended -- There, I guess that will finally sot-tiRmce my recoverv I have thoroughly reIt takes a prettv smart phrenologist The vounjr voice faltered: the nink stopping often merely to give a kind his pocket a sealed envelope. tell what is in a barrel by examining its degree of cruelty. Not infrequently a investigated tho subject of kidney difficullook or a little show of interest. The that annoyance." What! A valentine for me!" flush gave wav to pallor: the brown eves ties and Itrignt's disease, dud the truths head. X. Y. Journal. dim light falls upon her slim figure in its "Really. I don't know what you'll The remark was uttered by an official number of heavy blows upon the fore- developed nro astounding. I therefore filial. "No, Teresa: it mockery to ask neat gown, and reveals the swept and call it. Perhaps being such a business of the Treasury as he signed his name head of a beat fails to even stun it, but state, deliberately, and as a physician, PiRB'sTooTUACiiKDuorscurclalminutck:. the dtalhs Glenn's SvljJmr oap heals u nd beautifies. 25c. rpo Introduce and sell tee that I believe more tlma every one of the blows indicts that: and J want you clearly to under- sympathetic face of a woman of mature woman, you may regard it as a bill, a to a tcr-- e official document. trade tho wrll known and ce! by Gehman cons ItEMQYEirkHla Corns & Bunions. 1 brafeM ickich occhv i' imerirn are caws-eot tne NKW YORK HWANA "to le no longer your years, more beautiful even than in its receipt for services rendered, etc.. etc." stand that this is CIGAH O0MP XT, liberal arrangements Siirt 01 Dr. Phares relates u ease Bright's disease of the kidneys. This may "To what aunoyauco do you allude?" It eertiinh was a valentine, tinted home; you have exhausted my patience, lir-- t bkoiii. Most people like to feel stove up in cold Cosuussiox paid to the risbt man. For further particusound like a rash statement, but I am pre- -- An old polled lars and terms address, at once, which illustrates this: It a face of rare charm, so con- and perfumed, inquired the Journal correspondent. eather. to fnlly verify it. Bright's disease THE NEW YORK & HAVANA C1CAR CO. ami now the end has come. I have and . was tied and received mam tented, s0 placid and yet o bright and 07 Broadway, New York. 03 no distinctive symptoms of its own (inIt is a long storv, but if vou are and the verses were as tendei rented this house, and I am going abroad. IF afflicted with Sore "Eyes, use Dr. Isaac deed, it often develops without auy pain th- - poor sick as heavy blows in the face from a heav sell it. 25c. the song of the nightingale. But Eye Water. Sibyl and Gladys ;re both delicate, and cheerful. Evidently to Thompson's you shall have it. Yon have whatever in YOUNG people a boon just to gaze upon it. what fell llmieriug to the lloor? ax wielded by athletic arms of several but has thethe kidneys or their v.cimty), need the change." symptoms of nearlv every probably not noticed the two silk lines parties in But just now she is called away; a without bringing other common complaint. Hundreds of MEN A bit of plain white and black papei 1 CharitX bawls Those at & foundling "But, aunt, where am I to go? what through all United Stales bills. liim down. A slender, feeble man. dis- pcoplo die daily, w hose burials aro authorphvsician wishes to speak to her probxij lam. a scrap from a check-boo- k am I to do?" with tinning Hare found I thought not. I noticed that a gusted at the awkward cruelties prac- ized by n phvsiciau's certificate as occurA pretty question to put to me now, ably give his orders for the nigKtl She "Pay to Teresa Stanton's order" oir it. No? ' Little Fritz tried to repeat the adage, hastens to the office where he i5" wait- and writer in one of the New York dailies ticed, seized the implement and with a ring Irom Heart DIseasa," "Apoplexy," "Birds of a feather flock together," and EASTMAN after such behavior! Consult vour dollars in the corner. COLLEGE ing. light blow downward and forward just "Paralysis," "Pplnal Complaint," com- this is how he said it: "Pirds mid yoost " Pneumonia." and other The smiling face became grave, tin the other day made the assertion that friends. I have no further interest in An open doer to !iceeifaltuine3 life. KVERY Oliss Stanton, here is a telegram soft brown eye-- : tilled, and bent a silent, back of the deprived the animal of mon complaints, when in reality it is from dersame tedders vill gone togedder by STCIIK.NT TICASNACTN KCSIXEss In at you." there were not a thousand men in New feeling and headas dhemselfs." Bright's disease of tho kidneys." Few phyfrom thorough and complete manner as the Merc bant. Trader You know Dr. Gane-voor- t, questioning ga.e 11(1011 Frank. life completely and inThe cruelty of these words seemed to York who had ever made the discovery. or Banker in life. For full paructilarj exsicians, and fewer people, realize I presume. He want5you to Eastman College, Pokeepsie, X. Y. freeze the young girl. Her brown "It's none of my doing, Teresa, a Such is the fact, however." And draw- stantly as though a thunderbolt had tent of this disease or its dangerous tho in"What is the best covering for the head? attend a patient." passed through the brain. The gaping sidious nature. It steals into the and you see. Leroy's an altered man. He ing from his pocket a system demands a Western journal. Hair isn't widely, her color came and leral WANTED--AL- L "Ls there no one oKe who can go? has always loved you, and now he seek MEN looked in that had n went. She stared at the speaker as if tender, he pointed out, besides the silk crowd amazementassembled themselves likethethief, manifests its presence if "at all bad. Bingixamton llepublican. to obtain Whodelrefortliemelcs or friend aa Clcrluulps In I never take outside cases if I can avoid to show his gratitude for all your kind blank commonest symptoms and fastens by as if EMPLOYMENT. , not able to believe the words just och scraps of thread scattered through the thunderstruck." itsolf upon the constitution before tho vicYes, my son, it is a solemn, eternal fact any of the Department at Wat.tilr.Kton. or to enter care," uttered, and then, rushing from the body of the note, two perfect threads of tim is nearly as heredito "Positively no one, and as he speciThe cause of the instant death of the taryis aware of it. Itquite ns common and that "Truth once crushed daysearth, will the Consularofor I)Iplonu.tir fcrvlce. or to become I cannot tonns. Valu&UJe Inroom, found her own apartment, and "But. Frank. silk'rimning through the entire length accept this as And these of awful Postmasters thelrrcspectlve lo to proceed fies vou, I should not like to disappoint unless unless animal was that the blow was struck in fully ns consumption, families, inheriting rise again.". Truthinis kept so busily en- formation a to bowunder the Newthose who detlno " fatal. Eutiro flung herself down in an agony of grief Administration, too1it&!npo!tlon-inch and a carelessness of the paper, and about an the right place and in the right direc- it from thoir ancestors, havo died, and yet gaged in performing the grand rising act and Blank Form of AppllcaMnn mailed 10 any X. and To whom could she him." "You aUo accept the giver," said half apart. on receipt of ONE DOLLAR. JOHN "vital knot," which is none of the number knew or realized tho "Well. then. I shall have to' go, I Frank, smiling, as he liuished the senturn for sympathy or pity when the one years ago," he con- tion to reach thematter found where the mysterious powe- - which was removing that she looks like a man picking up pins. UUKUII, lioom 18, Major Block. Chicago. Illinois. "About thirty-fiv- e Burdette. she had learned to regard as her natural suppose; but what is the naturpf the tence for her. "That is just what he tinued, "the English 'Government aban- that bit of gray " them. Instead of common symptoms it , protector spurned her and wilfully case?" wants, Teresa. I am a poor diplomat- doned the practice of incorporating silk brain is contracted to pass from the often shows none whatever, but brings "TnEKE is a ring in thoso tones," shouted A slight cut, "An accident-- " suddenly, from ist, as you see. for I ought to have Used fiber in its bank-not- e misunderstood her? What had she done paper Some years bkull into the abackbone. electric spark death or heart disease. convulsions, has tho girl who had been listening to the "Can vou supply mv place heri$5?" single or blow, or As one who TJCEATEI FKKE. 1 guarantee the removal of more circumlocution; but 1 will send that was o grievous? Had she not sweet whispers of a lover. atleasttuc-thirdjoa.l gyniptosulntendays. Rad"Yes. We shall have to double the Leroy to do his own courting." Har- after that an Englishman named out touching this causes instant death of suffered, and knows bv bitter experieneo battled against her own feolings, and ical relief from first dose. Send for Treatise. Testicame to this country and took implore everyone who what dutie. all parts of the animal. In some of the rends ho says, I uot to neglect the slight etc fTC.II. II. KKK.N. M. says t "A man who owns monialspatients. ten day treatment free by mill An exchange conscientiously done what she thought per i Weekly. tbeso words a patent for the manufacture of this pa!., OS slaughter-house- s in Chicago this est symptoms of kidney difficulty. Certain a million is worth more thau one who does tc all Avenue, Atlaiitu, Ueorcla. With the promptness of custom, no to be right? itonea per. He tried for ear- - to get the Govern- larger not," It's assertions of this kind that keep mcdulia oblongata is reached by the agony and probable death will p the sure A REMARKABLE more questions were aske.1, and in a CASE. Mrs--. Meanwhile Gemldine Gan.se-voor- t, ment to adopt it.'wiihout success. Five newspapers alive and set people thinking. R. U. AVARE having spent her anger and in- few moments Miss Stanton was on her A Case Without I'ar.illel in tlio Aiinnli or six years ago the Treasury decided to sharp point of a heavy steel lance.'given rettilttoof such neglect, and no one can afBoston Post. THAT by a man who walks along a plank over ford am hazard such chances. unqualified way to Fifth Avenue. As she rolled dignation, rang the bell and ordered aware that fuch au abandon the use of the distinctive bank the heads of the cattle as they await of American surRcr.v. I along in the darkness, with only the d woman, moved to pity ggjgsg Lcrillard's Climas Ping A her coupe. statement as this, coming from me, known formerly used for securities One Johnson enlisted as a private in asking for at the spectacle arinsr a red tin taj; that LoriUard'i She had to drive alone. Sibyl and j street lamps occasionally lifting it, her aud pro- death in the narrow stalls. This man as I am throughout the entire land as n alms before her of a poor man out to him door, rushes ILose I, r f tine cut; that LoriUard'i seldom misses a blow, so expert has he practitioner and lecturer, will arouse the thoughts were as calm" and cool as if Company A. Seventeenth Iowa Volun- and advertised for samples Gladys", her delicate daughters, had H Madam," he fiuvy Clipploca. and tn.it Lorlllard's nuUB, an posals for a new paper. A large numwith some cold victuals. en a oelie to whom the teers. In th Minimer of 1863, while ber of bids and samples were received, become by much practice, but with a surprise nud iossible animosity of Jthc replies, haughtily, letting them fall on the the LKist and cheapest, ijuailty considered ? gune io a recepuon. rranK, ner son. a sue imu of-- a t triumphs single light touch of the steel puts an medicalI profession and astonish all with pavement which she had just swept, "do were an old leading his company in a charge at Big and after an investigation all were reyoung physician, was never able to go whom am acquainted, but I make the storv : jut slie knew that she had need Black River, in the rear of Vicksburr- - jected. Among the bidders was this instantaneous end to all sensation in tho foregoing statements based upon facts not insult my manhood ! I may be begwith her. "office hours" pre venting. which I am prepared to produce and truths gar, bnt I ant not in want!" Her thoughts were far from pleasant. of all her courage and all her resources. he was struck by a niinnie ball man Hay ward. He had induced a beast. In other houses a rifle is carried In which I can substantiate to the letter. The It disturbed her circulation to be thus The carriage stopped before a .great passed horizontally through the which paper firm to make samples for him. Madconlyhy-theK.AMOitALLY conducted family should A lowei welfaro of those who mav possiblv be suf house, and the K CFNT navanaClorarCo-'STBroaexcited. Teresa, in the plain terms, she gloomy brown-ston- e Y. llerald. for the the man on the plank over the stall-and the ' Positively the Best way, 5f . T. ASK. TOR it. instantly ypeued b a waiting pait of his body from side to side, going samples. Government paid $2,100 invited, A bullet from this--, enters the brain, ferers such as I was, is an ample induce- - have an upright piano. X. ' gtiscd to herself, was a foo and why door was Other proposals were ruont for mo to take the step I have, aud if ACTORS""iriavlH at sword's points with "should she allow a fool so to annoy her? footman. Over the marble hall anirfip between the intestines and the jpinul and the bid of Crane Vc Co.,ofTJaltont tearing its way downward and instantly I can successfully warn others from tho day. I once walked, I Boston Star. Jiut the girl should be punished. The the oaken stairway and under tapestries cord, tenring the former and injuring Mass., was accepted. The paper which destroying life in that organ. There dangerous path in which professional and each other, but they make idea of n portionless orphan refusing and velvet hangings he was ushered the vertebra; of the column. The cord they were to furnish contained a few can be" no suffering; death is as sudden am willing to endure nil I hare a rxntUTe remedy fur tne abora 11mu ;&t lu c tnoa'andsof auiot Ua wont Dad and of long f such an offer as that of herov Jones! a into an anteehamber..,ivhere. miicklv was affected to the extent of paralyzing pieces of silk threads scattered through and complete as though lightning had personal consequences. HENION, M. D. , A neiv magazine is called the Woman's Uaillnchar ten cured. ndT-0 J. B. COTT1.E3 lr.EE. slit the lower limb. The hospital surgeon it, and in order that it might be still struck the brain. These plans have In It efficacy, t atlwi I Age. Wo have searched its pages dilimillionaire, a fellow whose horses n.i divesting v herself of her wrap . Rochester, N. Y., Dec. 30. together wita a YAl V A BM.TBFATISE on this dlu gently but wo can't find out how old sho yachts were the envy of all his comrade .. waiteu. ju atewiuoniMts Dr. tJanse-voo- said it was a hopeless case, but by re- more distinctive, it was decided to run been in common use in "these houses for to any anrer Giraex tmtoIP O ixJdr ,. DB, T A 6L0C M 131 Tearl St., Xw Tk. really was. Burlington Free Press. The sweetest thin; In waiting sticks appeared and briellv relate I all quest and as a last act of kindness to a two threads through each bill as I have years, and have been often described in And why, forsooth? Because she chose to think him unsteadv, weak; because that had happened, allEtnat was re- friend, the regimental surgeon came and shown you. Hay ward was not satisfied. American as well as in foreign news- The sugar cane. Subject to constant reverses A locomo-tiv- o PATS for a Lif SehiUrh!p In. th A engine. his little foibles to tliis fresh, young, quired. The man hadfbeen thrown dressed the terrible wound by drawing Although his patent had expired several papers; yet now and again come from " Hello!' we heard one maa say to . lll'MJEiS CULI.Mit, i il enark, Srw tIer-Y- . Position tho other dav. " I didn't know von unsophisticated girl seemed to Ik vices. from his carnage, caiisino- fracture of a silk handkerchief, half at a time, en- years before the contract with Crane & abroad accounts of elaborate experiiiTU for Circulars. National patronace. Write V COLLMAK & PALMS. Ton, who had been reading about the you look ten years younger at first, O, it was too vexatious! the mure so as both legs they had beenjSet there was tirely through Johnson's body. The Co. was made, he persisted that ho ments and inventions designed to acyou last." " I I "trunk-lin- o than you did she felt that all her good, sound, nothing to do now bufto watch most next day the helpless Iowan fell into the should have had it, and that as it was complish what has been so long done feel ten years when I saw was tho reply. n procession railroads," said that he thought lriMtt H"arMsent cokanTwhere.TVhole- of elephants would be a trunk younger," sale iR"j!l Pile- list free. Goods trnaraa worldly-wis- e 5j! advice and training had carefully. " You know I used to be under thowcather wo.Qolden Dans. teed. B.C t.exui 13? Wabash aY,Ohleago. hands of the Confederates, was put into not awarded him, he should be paid for here easily and economically. Miss Stanton enteredthe room. It a cattle car and jolted away to been wasted. As for Sibyl and Gladys his trouble and for the use of his patents. Killing hogs as usually done on the all tho timo and gave up cxjtecting to bo Atlanfi. Hand-Boo- k oh! if they could have had Mich "a was suberb in all itsVappoiutments. His mother, hearing of his condition, For iixa years or more he has hounded farm is also a disagreeable noisy and nny better. The doctor said I had con- s, mo MAKE MOXEY Atrenti wanted. Send 50a FREE. PATENTS It. s. A a. i t.a cimr. and stamp and we will send a sample ontflthy Though the light was low, the carved hurried down from thr North, got the department. His claims are simply dirty work. A few men who think have sumption I was terribly weak, had chance, poor dear delicate darlings! cough, no appetite, and lost flesh. which S:t to $ri ran be tnide dally. Address Patent Atfys, Waahinjton, B.C. wood, the frescoes, thcC glitter of A3IX v: llANSOX, Toptka, Itautas. through the lines and found him still stupendous. He has written hundreds been in the habit of putting a ritle-biMedical Discovand brass, and the luxurious di- living. When Sherman long after cap- of letters and hundreds more have been into the brain and imtnedinMv after- I saw Dr. Pierce's 'Golden it would do no ii. CtaCX nuva the best mill for SVW ery' advertised and thought OO best lOATII. Ae an Want-lOO THUESIIIStr EJ.&INE3.ITI IC g Frank Gaiisevoort was a vans were all apparent. Rather differ- tured the Georgian city, Captain John- written by his friends and attorneys. ward thrusting a knife into the heart of harm if it did no good. Ic has cured me. I ftl!ncartlcleslnih. world. lsamDleJ7fA" MILLS and ENOIN'ES all s'les. SenddljLLilj3 Address J AY B.tOSSOK. DsTROlT. Mtco. tor circular. CJtX POTTS, Indianapolis. lad. young- physician. His mother de- ent from the bare walls of the am a new man because I am a well one." The President's life has been made mis- tlie hog, the same thrust cutting the still alive and plored the fact, that he was not a ward were these beautiful reaches of son waswas nursing him. the devoted erable by this persistent bore, who has jugular vein. There is no catching the are not alThey were mother It is a wonder that firemen they so frefact that most of the, "society man," and Sibyl and Gladys landscape and rare Interiors in their sent to St. Louis, where the wound was no more right to a dollar than you have doomed porker by a filthy hind leg and ways taking cold, becau-It Is a Hone and Cattle Powder sold In this mourned over the disaffection of their rich frames; but, all the same as on the quently get water in their hose. Recently he obtained the support of Mr. holding the kicking victim while Jtry U worthless; that Sheridan's by the surgeons renegade brother as if work were vice narrow hospital cots, hPre among the seen and examined are still lhhig and Johu J. Knox, formerly Comptroller of Uon Powder U absointely pnre and Tery squeals tell all the folk in I TsJasbie- "No Physic, Sir, In Mine." Nothing on Karth will and idleness a virtue; but Frank kept rallies aud lace of downr pillows was- a there, some of whom sixteen years this the Currency, and lately Mr. Knox's next ten counties that there is to the boarding-sbo tmake lien lav lluo Sheridan's A steadily on, and even went so far a- - to human sufterer: glasses,' aui toveU aud will remember it. For Miffered. The importunities have been added to his spare-ri- b for supper, and the free feet chool good story comes from a boy's Condition Powder. Dose, ons tearpoonral to each pint of food. It will also prevent and enro lived in Jersey." The diet was disfigure the front of the ho se with a sponges aud all the appurtenances of helpless man which and him Hoc Cholera, Ac Sold everywhere, or sent by mail for own. I have just answered his last throw a prolusion of mud and blood into monotonous and constipating, and the gave any relief only position Also furnished lo cents in sign. To be sure, it was a nice, neat surgery were about mean WIlV"- -l by mail, $1.30.EPA ) 25seat FEES.stamps. JOHXSOX fc CO., large cans, f&r learned Principal decided to introduce reliev- from torture was lying face downward. letter, and I hope and pra' it will end the face of the perspiring and profano Orralara breeders uie, price L S. 0900, Mm, some physic in the little silver plate, with only "F. Gaiise- ing the terrible agonv wffich for hospital He required more constant care holder. Chicago Tribune. than a the case." and await the happy results. One bright voort, M. D.," on it, but it drew too or palace pursues its victim. in "How did you answer it?," With note- - child, and thi was given him by his lad, tho smartest in school, discovered the many joor people, middle-ageoook ana pencil. vials. (. written 'i!n.v Gerthat he "I Hating tomatoe- - berries, or 170H1M0 PILES. IttUVMV .." Stanton Jook'lier place at :u,v fruit with line seeds would open the out atold him and thathad failed to make man The other day a a bank, and in secrethismine in his sauce, and pushing this' particular afternoon Dr. On plate, shouted to tho pedagogue; back order. Aiis all correspondwoman went into claim, totas Moisture. IntesM " No physic, nehfnsr. most at nlrht- mine. My had occasion to hunt up a bo k the bedside The sufferer was asleep, , xvJmj, ;lfresh. transacting the business of her visiL it tousenuthin' sir, in Dr. Pierce'sdad told me Congress recognized ence on the subject would be unprofitacare. 'Pleasant but on the library shelves. It was au old his face hidden in the clothes. Stratige ... neenliar claims of Cantain Johnson ble, as the department has fully debecame necessary for her to write her Purgative Pellets,' and they are doing their It ls EQrAT.T.Y EFFICACIOUS In CUKIKO AL . j FOR i one, and had been tuekrat out of sight .u l..iJ hoc ;isKct ready inked was handed duty liko a charm!" They are "TMM7T";,' sueuuu inch as rtmp'e. Blotches. Rasn. s name. during the latter part of the war by the cided not to pay him a dollar. It was name. A pen Itheum. no ma As he searched for it a strange sound CXf TTkT Tetter. Itch. Salt or tosz staadlB;. hy was it that in this sient watch her extraordinary course of commissioning as I signed the letter that 1 made there her, and she wrote her first or Christian end purely vegetable. ter how obstinate UJs.J.ll A G3TCCJ "oi.bylnan.50i-- . Da. met his ears u souua as ot some o;iei thoughts returned to her nrlhood -- to him a Captain in the regular army. He mark." - Washington Cor. Indianapolis name readily enough and in a good "rVTOf f M-i- SwTKSosJhlI, Yes, son, we call that kind of a hat a I 1 1 Ya Kflhhimr. Snu-- IVml-- Irnntv very well the far-ohome of her youth, which shv .vaa then put upon the retired list and Journal. Then she nesitated, stopped, store-piphand. because it soots our clothes whose little room opened on the libiarv. had left when a happy, thoughtless wasi ocr pockets. and turning to the waiting cashier, and makes such a draft thus provided for. Washington and if he ha-- a tender spot in his heart child for the abode of wealth and luxury, Letter. A sportsman at Cumberland, Ya. apologetically said: "I don't pelieve I Life. at all, sighted a fiock of turkeys the other dav can wTite dot name. I don't peen mar-rifor the pretty youngcousin from which she had beea- thrust forth Mustang Liniment is older than It'b no secret nostrum. "We speak of Dr. "who inhabited that room; so. without as unworthy and and cared without the kjitfc An immense chain has. just been and told his dog to lie down. T1V dog composed to tils man long alretty." Indian-anoli- s Pierce's Extract of Smart-WeeHow dlsobsdicnt? most men, and used more and on sent free.. Auaresa he went after the fowls. finding his musty old tome, he descended long the years of study Jaof best French Brandy, Smart-WeeJsurnal. U POND. M. D., Aurora, Ke C3,llV and disappoint- made at Newburyport, Mass. It is two obeyed, and afterward the man maica Ginger and Camphor Water. 14 from the library .steps and knocked at ment and hard work .seemed! .iud how hundred feet loiig and weighs 7,200 Five hours caiuu more.eveiy year. A.N.K E. cramps lOlO Teresa: door. There was no answer wen sue remembered all the chilling re- pounds. It is made of two and back to look for the dog. and found bun In i brierwrestle with one of his cures cholera morbus, colic or or bloody-flu- in d stomach, diarrhoea, dysentery YTttVt WKIYTXS- Tf ABTinTIBStill he had repeated his knock, and then buffs she had met from the dav her aunt lying where he had left him. X.' th cows a Connecticut farmer lost one of inch iron, and each link weighs and breaks up colds, f evort aad v-- f w UM 4TrU-k--M! Picayune. tlm was a muffled response which was j bad spoken those croeljrds", and she twenty-fiv- e . pounds. Boston Globe attack. tin eyas and had his jaw broken. The Hickman Courier. rlf-ht- ly u - e. m self-contr- ol thigh-backe- d, ner-von- rot satisfactory At , Tp said: "If had taken refuge witn her old friend, you don't come to the door, Tessie. I Mr. Russell, whose intlueuco and interest had at last secured her a oositioit shall have to break in." in the training school for nurses! Ah, it This brought a very dejected-lookindamsel to the threshold, who, finding was no easy task she had taken upon Frank alone, immediately fell on "", herself, but how tranquil and assured shoulder in a fresh burst of tears. This now her life had become since she had was all very nice, to be sure, and Frank been her own mistress, and filled the had no sort of objection to support a hours with useful work! To be sure, weeping damsel, who, despite her tears, her aunt had renounced and denotiuced looked as pretty as a picture. lut tue her, hud her cousins never even spoke grief was real, and that pained Frank, to her. Frank only was her friend. Ju-- '. then, with a moan, her patient bo. placing' her very gently hi one her. .v 'mt awoke, and IimuI his eyes upon the library chairs, he "mana" of coaxing and qucstioiiiu'' h inu Vut What a shock thrill'Hl her :w he leaked what was the matter. -- A quarrel with and.looked again! How well she knew mother and a break with Leroy Jones those et.es! L'hoiigh years and his deep I wonder which is the worse," mused slumber had disguised him. she now Frank. -- Tell me. Tes,ie. did you care was conscious that she was in the presence of the man who had onee offered much for Lerov?" he asked, r -.1 did like" him. Frank I always her his love. Why had Frank sent for used to care for him When luVwas nice. her? What was the meaning of this But he isn't nice am more. He's hor- meeting? Did he know her? Should ridly fast, and I will not marfyhini just she fh ? AH these question, rushed for for his money, as aunt wnntnie to do, an answer; but long habits of self-re- and I've told him -- o, and and " The straiut calmed her. and with gentle touch she essaye I some Utile movement handkerchief went up "Yes, L see how it is. You are sure for his comfort, hoping he would not recognize her. But she was mistaken: you don't regret it?'' "Of course I am sure. Do vou think a hot baud was laid on hers, and a faI I would have made all this trouble if I miliar voice said: "Yon lmve come, had not been sure?" She stopin'd cry-ih- knew you would." "Yo.- -, I am a nurse, come in response and drew herself up proudly, continuing: "Aunt Gcraldine has cast me to your physician's order." oh". She has told me that this i "No; you put it wrongly; you are no longer my home. I am ohiJ away Teresa Stanton, come because 1, Leroy this very evening. 1 will iSf stay an- Jone. sent tor you. "Not at all; I would have come to aa other day in her 1ioum.m "Don't be hasty, TessieJMlothor is utter stranger. I did come just that way. Now let me quiet you." disappointed: she will get ffiEr " "I have you at lasi; Unit is all I waut. "But I shall not. 1 am ffipg- - tell Do you know, 1 have never loved any you, Frank." "0, no, not vet, Tessie. WBy, where one else never. You were quite right I Will you go?" not to marry me; a deuce of a life "I don t kuow yet perhaps to Mrs. you'd have lodF " Russell nor do Iknow wliit I shall do. '"Hush! hush! you are injuring he said, softly, trying to stop his I have ik money. Mud I um-ignorant. O, if I had only studied as 1 ought to impetuous talk. But he" was not to be lmc done, I might then teach;" but I stopped: he had grasped her hand, and will find some way of getting along;" was kissing it. and she held her' head more proudly "Nousensel As if I didn't know I still. had come to the end of my rope. Put "Tessie, dear, you area foolish little your hand here on my heart. How is it It thing. ,1 don't uphold mother's going? fast, like a but you miistromcmber that will stop soon. But I have you to look at again. See:" and he drew out a I love yon, if slfe doesn't." "Yes, dear Frank, you are always little locket from beneath his pillow, where it lay beside his watch and good to me." "Well, then, why not put an cud to trinkets; "this is all I have had these all this bother and'be my little wife?" ten years. Do you know yourself to be "0, Frank, don't, please don't talk that girl? Isn't she a beauty? But let You know we are cousins, me look at you". Turn on the gas. No, that wa and I've no idea of burdening you with don't leave me either; you might not any other relationship. You are verv come back. You are altored. Tessie: kind, but, all the same, that can not be.' but you are a lovely woman still. You Frank tried to look dolorous, but did were a wise little thing: you saw what not succeed very well. He was, in poor stuffthere was in me: but I loved truth, too much in love with his profes- you, Tessie. aud now 0, I've no pain! sion to have much room for any other Don't look so distressed. I fear my sentiment in his good, kind heart, but he time has come. Nervous shock, you had nieaut to do his best, if Tesie would know. I feel very weak. Give me some let him, which she wouldn't. brandy. Kiss me, Tessie." "Well, if you won't, you won't, and I g g, it-" joitt-self.trip-hamme- r? speculat:ng in marriages. FARM AND FIRESIDE. air-slack- A. er py LjplMrf pro-clu- de good-lookin- lfc ! FarUti-anaU- t fair-size- t'rwi ds old-tim- e Times-Democr- at. Magnolia Balm coffee-cupf- KS OHOQLS. milk-producin- g cbn-vin- ce Ollrerwcll-know- heart-diseas- e; a-- e: el -- Com-Hb- s. - I h !!' pie-pa- f,S 1 thedeath-ireiDou.kr- IUT.-m.i- 1 I e. I ce pain-cur- e, three-quarte- rs e, SKAH&pJ B- -t - m mr7xm - - to-d- - do-ii- o I)rug-lts- , M'lf-will-ed v, - the-gambl- L 'r to-da- y a.l t- g , I'rac-liuc- ; . It e needles-sufferin- g. one-he- dj i- - rose-wreath- ed lace-papere- beef-anim- al Drug-gist- it-i- s n ooo i fifty-thou-an- d "Rhbu-mntism- ," tip-tow- n. everv-da- ad-dr- eyes-opene- five-doll- ar self-reproac- h. Y -. w npo-plo- xy Hay-wa- rd DROPSY f i note-pap- er kind-hearte- i , tJ 1 11 ball-roo- m 11 . T I d- up-eve- ry eOMSQiiPTlON. T , "--- - i fvt - rt - forg-adja- t i - night-sweat- I -- cut-gla- ss ll hard-workin- d. ho-pit- al e n ear-splitti- I - MAKE H I ! old-styl- e applo-sauc- e, UfPll fUAl " d Gan-fsevo- d !., ff i . - anti-bilio- us !! e, - Man and Beast. S it-w- - et d, d, mm one-thir- x, - - p 1 B. ; s 1 r ? r r, "" ,, 1 ifc.. i ? Natjjj.vwyajjaaagcscaaaujLrfcgsajscgjgg if liujim.ui'. j '..ia;jLiiij- -. !.' The Mississippi remains re- - TEE HARBOR HICKMAN A Graves county correspondent says that a pressure is being markably low for the time of year, IMPROVEMENTS. brought on Bernard Kcal, Esq., to but U rising some. Indications m j 5w To morrow (14th) is St. Valen- represent that county in the next now aro that there will be no iU fA uii di m, ii J1ks. zs, m& o nx SI til H! KC vtf tino's day. and suggests damaging Hoods this season, but A Pr.TITBOS. to the Cengreu of the State JTv W'OICB TO MAKE BIG CLAIMS in print, tosay my Furniture "is the best" that while Mr. Ncal might be will- - bottom farmers should not plate Fresh Oat Meal an J Cracked Wheat, at tru. too much dependence on this, for tucky. J. W. RoonRs'. Ing to "serve the people at their requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printcr'.s ink; to back up e Gard- request, he will not seek the po-- J there are heavy snowg in the Your petitioners respectfully represent, claim with the proof is a more difficult matter. None of my would-bDr. P. B. StubbleQeld, of Bilion." This presents a situation mountains, and iftho spring fiesh- - th?1 rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect. their goods are ''the ner, Tcnn., lias located in Pulton. ET3 , , .u i .tia . hen that the .people should well con- - ets bring a breakup in all tne up- - Wheros, the Congress n( ther United .iii-- - . J eoV -t "- i h4 . -riaiiiriarill!!" 5o Cigars three for a dime, nt .v......6, 1st pension lomjongrei " . iii'iiiniiir ui iiiiii ww.4 .ww..., .i tu n.ii, i iii: J,f i) n.tsidcr: The pay of a member of per rivers together, there will be States, at the MOORE & LANDUUM'3. claim, that they keep the thereof, upon the official report of Govern- - asked to the Legislature isyuiipie to com- - a uooii yet, and a big one at that ment engineers, ami special engineers, goods. give any solid reason for their who This is a good way for eople keep inferior goods and wish The cold snap in some sec- maud tho best lalfiiit, for the time The signs now, however, aro fa representing the necessities tot the im to make them go by ''blowing," but it ib not my way. tion has Dm u me cold jjl lor liO one is actually on fduty, but cus- vorablc for no big ilood. provement of the harbor of Hickman, Ky., 8 V 1 1 is S years. tom has establish! the cxpecta- as of ben nit to the improvement of the Ml navigation of tho Mississippi river and to tion of a loujr CHllVftSS and scram One day last week a youngr Try "Spencer's Paddle Bhuup, at biU making ble for theso pooirions, and this man m uickihhh reneneu tne age general commerce, pned "a Rogers'. J. appropriations for the construction, repair deprives the peopfe of the servi; of 21. The night of his birthday, audp.erVHtion ot oerti.a pu .. wrta . ., , . ., Invitations were out for a fan- ces of some .1 r lS..A VgrTHW VnTHF.fT ... i ..w of (for best men. about 12 m., he aroused the whole on KiveraoiHl Harbors,' uueu um incm " ivno, .n... i. 'i.woi. wnu.iwui. Thurs-da- j' cy dress balhr. Puion City, Goods. This is the point ami oscence of this discourse, Bernard Xcal is ninran whose ex- household by loudly urc lining ded the improvement and pregervation of j with first-claevening fas perience and ability would com- and repeating, ''there's a man in the lwrbor of Hickman Ky , ands wherais, am makes j,orsc sence mseatl of mere blowing a bout it. Perhaps you was done at harbor:' i -no work New York Buckwheat Fleur, at int mand the rcsucctaof the whole the house." w, and ierhaps you don't; if you His mother and therefore whatever what gool b rrn uliri "ow J V. Koar.im'. State, and one cajiablle of actin; everyoouy was soon up aim in Resoloe'd. bv the City Council of the Citv the test trive me a call and I will show vou. The faro by steamboat from independently undjuteliigeutiy on arms, on the lookout for "the of HickuiaM.'Ky th t we hereby represent Diamond SewinrrJ Machine, the I an, ajgo agent for the O tJ u 6 have this liberal proposition to make to our many friends and cusi Cairo io New Orleans and reiuru all public ,uestiorj. Tho pecu- - man," when the vonng man qniet- - by respectful petition to our Kepresenta-- 1 tniuies ineml. 3 i in Congresn ihat the danger of tjie( tomers, and to all who feel the need of economizing these hard times. with rooms and meals iii port is uirly unfortunate lmaneial condi- - ly remarked, mamma, don't titea N. 1$. I alo have the best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will du We propose tion of Kentucky needs men of you know that I readied 21 at 12 ruin and destruction or the Hickman bar- 30. wi.hout room in port $24. from February 1st, till the middle of March, to offer our borcaused by ihe recent constant and ran plicate &-LW PRICES.Customers jwlitely served on short no winter who un- o'clock force and characters-me- n Boots, Slices, Clothing, Gloves, Gents heavy Overshirts and caving of the rtTcr banks is not only imat id Head light Flour, in half birred, trom Holcombca new drug store. derstand tho couyition of tho Underwear, Ladies Cloaks, &c, &c, al cost, for cash. When ice nay cod, minent but certain unices the present Con- tice. Store across the street J. W. KOOKKK9'. Keopectfullv, rewe mean cost, and that means loxccr vrxcts than any competitor can offer A number of prominent Treas- gress grants relief by including in the . re- State and its needs. Our laws tfr. J. "West Powell, has . 3H. lating to prosecution of crim- ury officials at Washington an pending lttverand Harbor bill nn approyou, for our goods were bought by the large quantities and for tpot cash, turned from a visit to New Or- inals are the priation far the improvement and prote: largely cause of the nounco their readiness to give tion of this harbor; and this Mayor and and at the lowest margin possible. He n ports the Exposition State's condition, the leans. and Mr. Xeal's way So come and price our goods and if prices fail to sufl vou, dont bu y a grand :inVu and "Was well pleas- able service as Gnnunon wealth's land to new men when the Cleve- Council further the commerce of this u Administration begins work. Jitei, That HI E3J ed with his isit. is suffering great injury by thafapidly Attorney, specially qualify him Once again are we reminded of the ;: SiB! 5? II ?? 41 TrvJUoger' Sugar House Mlasees, the J for accomplishing reform ; and our unfortunate gentlemen who had ruining Hickman harbor, in that ah im. NosKviFo &. Buefii. in nicKinan. i'ilt alio poriant line of) railroad, (the broan system of taxation needs to be re- ln.t. hi ,;,, liv ilfvttli 'V?ia. 7 "w, jSorthwestern in wiucli a V extent Dr. J. II. Ilornbak reporp vised and improved, and our rcsigneu:' asKeu a sympatuizing 0f countrv is interested, is being cut off the pre alone of sumll j ox t knowledge of his character, war- inenu. "liesiKiicii u i" repuci ' irom tne Misuwiippl riter; and, JoJhat wmm wiwwwiiSBQGKSSOJlS. ilf0n .Vilsonv.Ue, Obion coi.n y. It rant the blicj" that he would faith- the husband; ''she the atonmboat Undine is belntr'' rendered X. ri 1,. 11, diffi tilt and dangerous; and that there Is .v was brought there from poisons fully and competently do his duty had to bo." Louisvdlo Times. no other npproaoh or landing for the comon such questions. Tho State, no & visiting ''u? o. 3?. merce and truffle between said railroad and ihe Lmo Who On the place of W. B. Cloyes river. Prairie Manpp, and Scratches of less than Gravels county, is interItch. very kind cured in atTininufa by WOOL- - ested in securing such men's ser- near Jordou, Obion County, there JletolvtJ, ftfther, Thfct if in the judgX07 FORD'S SANITARY LOTION. Use no vices, and we hope the people will is a small bored well which will ment of the present Congress it is dtermin other. This never fails. see to it that 0 "wjld scramble boil and roar twelve or eighteen ed not to make an appropriation adequate Q n Sold by, J. W. COWGILL, the perby incompetents'' will deprive us hours befoie a rain. Anyoue can to tho completion of tee work for Hickman bi r '?rn m pxsWTrv R m fcisii Drujrgut, Hicknian, Ky. manent impravement of the wa ' aq &fc?jg of such men. hear the boiling, roaring noise at harbor according to the plans and specifiNashville's champion, MoanThe well cations of the Mtousipnl Hiver Commis- least twenty ;,ards. A WnllilnfT Kltclcton. ers, Saturday vanquished tho seems to get no more nor no leSS sion, then we respectfully pray for at least champion wing-sho- t of the world, Mr. E Springer, of Mechanicsburg. Pa , water in it. It is nearly ninety a suiucieni appropriation, io oe iicuutM "rKmnotliice to our friends nd die public generally, that wa hayc just rechJ Capt. Bogurdu.s. at New Orleans, ' writes: "1 was afflicted with lunc fever feet deep, and the water is pare the prevent J ear, to protect said harbor stock of all kinds of Furniture and solicit the trad of parties wbh-in- g V 7 i'lhii'-enK- e and arsre?3 on lungs, and reduced to a from immediate destruction, thereby but was defeated the next day. ' walking Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of and clear. to i uy JQWe can ehow all styles of Furniture in plain and fancy. Als, a ne lbs It roars only when the- giing us lime to appeal to the of Mr. Will Cheatham and wifu, Dr.King's Kew Discovery for Consumption, atmosphere i.-- heavy. Oorrespon- 49th Congress muuu All of which is rpeetfully submitted. uougiu (nee Miss Jnsio Bain.) and Mine wnirn uiu me bo an l uuu uiai x l.jkal.K QCllt. .n I..11I,. Resolutions unanimously adopted, and wire uunics. &, Salhe Cheatham e;.cr welcome tolfoHndlnveelfonceinore a man, completely . ordered to be engroesed, and ,tent under die . t. ..,v Live, active, encrgeuc, pubh-Imliumcrous IrieniiS, have been visit-- 1 restored to health with a hearty appotite, Tr TvW ,ob Uig Hickman. and a cam in flesh oi 4S pounds." Call at ing business men are Rearing "the by hiiu prewntfd to our Senators, Hon.. We p'ip e to male our pricw to mist the spirit of t''e times. Yon eta r- -t srrared Moore & Landrum's Drug Store and get a hard times dead line," and enter- - Jm B. Bk and Jno. S. WiUiami, with Miss Sallie Thompson, daugh- tree trial bottle of this certain cure for all iliff prosperous trade. The Same ' the rinest that they be presented to the you need nv vcr Icava our house to look for chctptr good3. "Wo propose to sell aa Isy as anv rtail Furniture elre in the ''l'nrchase. ter of Mr. Abe Thompson, and Lung Diseases. Large bottles 1.00 is truo ot towns. The foreheads CongreMt ef the United States. Vcrj reppectfclly, one of the reigning belles of FulA petition is before the Ten- and dullards have been on top Special ."otJcc. ton society, is isiting her aunt, T. F. WILBURN & the rear. All pcrsAUR indebtl to the firm ef Dent nessee Legislature in regard to they must be pushed to money in Sirs. W. B. PJsmmer. DEALERS 13X1The only held for big Q?S.ore room In new Odd Fellows building. durant k Drewry, will pleaee come forwanl draining Reelfoot lake, winch askt55TAll kinds of Repairing done on phort nolics, and in a The Senate has reported a bill ed the State of Tennessee to loan this section is in manufacturing, at an early day, and make settlement. 7JS AJeo DRUGS, JIJ8DICIXKS. POOKS, ?TATIONAR . and Sehwd iiimdff. Collins' drug wo are prepared to give Becinl inducements as GOODS, TOYS, awl PICTLHtKS, DRUGGISTS Department of Agri- the State taxes of Lake county aild it is the Oldv source ot an t Office at E.IV old stand. store Alexander creating the Ftmr .N'DKIKrf, PAINTS. OILS culture, and waking the Secretary for two j ear for that purpose. In cry great increased local pros A JUa. we! BONDURaXT J: DHEWRY. AGKSTSFJRTII15 WHIM EWIN(; M C1UB. Koiisss- Gen thereof, a cabinet o Ulcer, the po- addition a large private subscrip- penty Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. WlKS AND LIQUOHS FOR MEDICAL USE. sition always to bo filled by a tion has been raised t for that purGen. Gordon, the English compraeti al farmer. pose. The Couuty Court of Lake It L. MOOttEefln bs fiwml at Dr. PARIS' Officv, to alteiHl night calls nt Heorc 4 Mr Ii. 1). Tltumasson and mander of Khartoum, it is now re- wue, left Wednesday nialtt. for Landrtim'j. county has had nn estimate made Suva the Times, Columbus: stabwas for a month's The M. & O. r.nd tho I. M. JZailroatls by coiupetout engineers of the liably ascertainedwhile killed leaving the Jacksonville, Florida A. bed by an Arab aro contemplating buildinga large cost of the work contemplated, Government House to rally his visit. only Union Depot the coat of which and, who ligaro the cost at had been Mr. Ben Ilc.twook is on a will be in the ncghboibood of live $S,f)00 to complete the drainage of troops, after the garrisonsays th. t , betrayed. The report i. the lake. If successful, it will trip to the New Or.onns BilUHI or sis thousand dollars. men, women and children, wcie tion. greatly benertt large bodies of Almost every body pi edicts land fn Lake, Dyer and Obion indiscriminately slaughtered. The Our Stock is complete in all lines and wo will sell eery yy the apperance of cholera in the counties, Teiniewe, and in Ful- English blood is up and cries for JIAN'UPAfTURFRR fF ' Goods bought of us. sum m or. ton county, this State. Ii U be- revenge. English reinforcements RH United States next 3, Fa Should it fail to come tho disap- lieved that the present Tennessee will be sent wiinout delay. pointment will perhaps, not be Ltfgiaijtfure wilt authorize the loan h ard to bear. Tho on"ort of our Temiesee atked for. It iS)n euierprie in BOOTS, county is largely inter- neighbors to drain Reelfoot Lake The negio mean enough to which our ' means simply the getting rid of p . steal a. red-ho- t siovo has been ested. CAPS, scatthe drift accumulated at the cauht in the act. lie is n young ThoiisniiitH-SnSo. ters, which it is thought increase negro, hi6 name is Henry John Mr T. W. Atkingirard, Kin., writes : the flood a:ei in Lake eountv. Ron, and Boi.:!ig Green claims "I never hesitate to'rtcpmmend your Kleo-triThis, if successful, will only "havS IMbitii as her own citizen. I Bitters to my customers, they give on, a remote effect on tin Lake. The Mr. Isaac Winston, an old cit- tire satiefiction and are rapid fellers " Lake, ia at plact-s- , SO feet deep! best izen of Harris Station, Tenu., Electric Hitters are the purest and fillrfl .and entire draii is next to im- mmlipina tiimvn iind will nfliitlTplv years ago a citizen of Hickman, rr-- i i t: ui imji'"v i.:. u..-- :f mu jj ikarl.l iviuiier anu iivr i.uiiipiiuia. ium 0T7-- i x 'rt&m "was stricken down with a fit Oi blood and regulate ihtfbowels. io Inmuy eii!euj;v last week, and ij jjc o can aituru iu w niuimi vnuii. Thev Hill v. i"'3 Some leadintr idivsieians of rfir -f..t quite fild, probably will not re- sivc hundreds of dollars in doctor's bills the large cities are out in print rit.imL every year, aoiu at uuy cents a Dome uy cover. warning parents agniuat me m- Moire & Landrum. We rcsDCctfully invito all to call and examine our STOQK before jurioiib eflpcts of skating rink ex Our list of subscribers is still on tne tieaiin oi young gins we increasing; not so rapidly as purchasing elsewhere. hc Louis vh"e Commercial, ercise 'i'uiii li".1lliauCf..llIUIiiail,iujajuiH-' J wish, bat they are amongst the discussing the school question, and women, sa ing that in many jja a instances thoy aro injured for life. best and most intelligent of our says : It is a most delightful amusement, S. COLLINS, Proprietor, people. Let our friends aid us in "Each Kentucky county has a but tho warning should be noted. gelling laany more new names. School Oommissioifer, each dis-irinr.Ai.i::t s Clinton Street, Alexander & Maxwell's Mr. YY L. and of the county has a Board of There is a bare probability of Old Stand,) and Miss Trustees and all are, supervised by daughter, Miss session of Congress havDYJHT 1DDi Slollie Baltzer left for the New the State Superintendent; thut's an extra be called by President TAINTS UICKMAS, KENTUCKY. Exposition, Thursday. the way it reads iu,the statutes, ing to Orleans Cleveland on the 4th of March, by Capt. Jeff li'igers and a party.left and the' system was designed to a failure to pass the necessary apUnion City, the Bame day for the give a practical education to every propriation bills. Tho present Exposition. COUP 0 VNDED1 --& child in tho State. The children Congress is in a bad way, and is DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINE3, SSr PRESCRIPTIONS CARA FJj.'sJ DYESTOFFB, not educated for getting on a cry slowly. Leading The report current that small of tho State aro reasons, TOILET ARTICLES, excellent Kcnublicans are wot king to force pox wub prevailing in the Mose several D B A x 2 B X ZT BRUSHES, SOAPS, RTich Trousers 1T3 First Uorn. M arshai neighborhood, Obion The Commissioners and Trustees an extra session, but wu don't be- PERFUMERY, ETC., ETC. wl Qn tie. Kct county, is utterly untrue. There take but little interest iu their lieve they will succeed. The finest quality of LIQUORS 'tfor MeTite test book revievrors are thnso are soino cases at Wilsonvilie, but work, the parent exacts nearly tho It h generally known to us rniddle-iisre- d book X?ri2S3&S men, by " tradition," that breeches John I). White, the irrepres dicinal purposes, Tobaccos, Cigars, etc. who have th curicxdty to read anotice jio foundation whatever for the whole time of his child for work iresn on the farm, the school sible, created another sensation hTcryihing money and new. and ee if it is anything Hie the bersn to give place to trousers during Marshal neighbor- at home or report as to the by buying your Medithej haTS already written and published the first decade of the present century, houses aro generally' uncomforta- in Congress this week, by persist- cines, etc., from thiB house. hood. AST about it. but it id cot eenerally known that ble, the teacher inexperienced be- ing in speaking when the Speaker PATENT troupers were .. actually worn by London County clerk Taylor, this cause the low wages they 'draw' had ruled him out of order. r. l'RENUKIlTIONN. . . .. 13 fBAh--x ii. nwwa.b !. vQuiivciv, ao f .i,ttioo4. M week, issued license for the mar- from the State is too small and White held the floor, until the 1 An experienced and ihoronghly comtnrnou to him the amnket with which Abdcmhal w " riage of Mr. James Millernnd Miss the people of many counties pre- Sergcant-at-arm- s "J H prescriptionist engaged, and ready k$8i forced him to petenthours to nil 1 ascriptions accurately b e ehut Jack.wn, who had jut hot Gwi. LliVUlj in "ArlisV Pocket Magazine of jSTEW in writer HUworth, near Alexandria, V., Elizabeth Briotow, on the 9th; and fer ignorance to paying a light lo- take his seat. John D. is a at all MEDrCINIES! new Glasnc and Pohto .Literature, and prompt! . 1SG1. on tho 12th, for Mr. Tlenry Man- cal tax tor the schools." series, volume 8, 1825, " f roai the folcrank, but there is really someSEWING MACHINES gold and Miss ICatie Stoehs. May lowing description of a dandy, published A cor.p.EsrojfiE!T at AU.xandrif., thing to admire about the dashing BncUleu'n Arnica Siilve. that trousers were then in . they live long and prosper. & large r.nd Eypt, IjONEY. might say made there profitable sale in 1791,and were considered aa a ridicu. r. :. 1I.....11 - n.. impudenco and persistency of the IOW TO iAiSKTODa of Awrncaa fashion, bo optician, Of, Brui, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever'j fellow. - r:G ,Gol,!ste,n llour, which commands the highoat lous article of dress: 'Advertisement Lost. lxst Saturday Extraordinary! We arc "Wholesale Headquarters for al iuuiaviue, nab ueeu upeiauuj: ju goreB) Tetter,'..Chapped i Hands, Chilblain, price. .. : .1 .1 l. 3C 3D Mfo tr' night, supposed in the lobby of the new TOILETaTICLES Elder R. S. Fleming has re- grades o lilCKinail. IIUS WeOK. Willi niUUIl Horns, and all Skin Krupiions. ana P031 2JgtviiG new about this .pUisig re- theater, an overgrown baby, who arrived It turned to Hickman, and will hold v nn af-- ! lively cures Piles,' or no py required, Riir.ccKS. He is Jiminrcntl " " I' l 8MQS18& TOBACCO ud CIMftS satisfaction, form. Chaucer practiced it. 1h 13t8i.e but two days ago in town from the fable and popular gentleman, and is guaranteed to give perfect 25 cents per service at tho Baptist church, to GB&W1H& Price &c, &CtT &w country. He had on a or money refunded. &C., &C, &c. I night, and bun and will job to dealers only nt 'Factory wrote' :Fu! wfl be ng the sirle iJlrrna decidedly 111 favor of saving your bor. For Sale at MOORE &LASDRUMS. night, ' coat, with cape hanging carelessly over I ..r 'A r I Ealunai in htr i.oso Iu'. rvntij." eyes, me uoctor will visit mcic-ma- n day morning and night. Monday pricei; also tho his shoulder; a pair of his father's again. Fultonian, says ho will leavo for his new held of breeches, which reach down to his The Fulton Dental Scotch acd Snpsrior Scolob hi As Iowa man whr left oe wife STrescriptions filled at any hour, dy might. King niKht belt, after 10 oclocx ankles, and an old pair of hia grand r. m. too finely, now ni she drew-eFrank Mclvaskill, mail carrier A young man by the namo ot labor, Lexington, Tenn. his Elder the best in the market. "Wo aIo keep conby spectacles, which ho converted from Eives Station to Troy, rob- Griffin, whose home is in Holly Fleming is well liked much regret constantly on hand a choice selection for a divoroe from hiK&eanddoh:uiet mamma's opera-glasHe had on his jioiamg into an on the ground t&at aha can from Fulton gregation, and they bed the mail bags last week, and Rock, Miss., started of Bister's hieh crowned hat and his hair but drink tea. and write jKxUry was arrested the same night at last Thursday night to walk to to lose his services. .. cut ) 6hort that yoa might observe hU FAMILY GROCERIES, Martin. He was under the influCONFECTIONERIES, ; Union City, with $1,100 of the TiiK Burlington liatrlcyt sya that a bare poll. Lauehs a great deal; can Mr. John Hellner, an old AND FRUITS, man never ieeis more ioicibly how true RWPftr a few fashionable oaths, but doea stolon booty ir wil1 probably ence of whisky and when about iu the penitentiary two miles South of tho city he be- Hickman boy, for several years on which wo will hcU very low for the cash. it is that " kind words never dies" than not knor,' how to write hia Dame. .got 20 years to the name of Master Jackef. when his lovo letter are road cut, to came sleepy, so placing his valise tho E. T. Va. & Ga. Railroad, has for his exploit. Please call and Bee ua. the absorbing interest of all ureut, iu As he had only sixpence a week one side of the track he stretch- been promoted to the position of on (f ia focrori hn U detained in e Thero is a dearth of local ed himself across for a nap. A Traveling Auditor for that road. suit. ft F3HJUA & BeBOW. p for hia reckoning; if bq. eome hereabouts, and therefore freight train came along shortly This is quite a distinguished com dows A uuMBEa of a school board near all demands shall bo cheerfully paid II The old, popular and always reliabl6;Hardwnre house of the Courier (which must be truth- after ho got aslcon and cut him pliment to so young a man, but we School. visited a achool uuiier hii ho is restored to his disconsolate Sliss lllen's ful or nothing) may appear lacking across the leers and face. He wasi warrant ho deserved it. We beWhen asked to mxk jurisdiction. parents.'" Burle;que advertisements, Mia3 Adel Allen respectfully 'announces in this department of news. But, picked up and brought to this lieve he has a bright future, which to her former patrons and friends that her sotno remark, he said: "V.'dl, such as the foregoiug, were not uncomyou speiW woll and roads well, bu wo aro expecting a boom soon, city and died the' next morning. we certainly wish him. mon in old magazines. boya will open school for girls and small you haint sot atdi.'' when these columns will sparkle At tho coroner's inquest tho railin her new Academy building, How 3Irs. Hayea Tried to Be Stylisi. with gems of interesting local road company was relieved from Montlny, Vcbrunry D" Hickman corn buyers are not Five or six thousnnd vears from no?? INw Totk Express. torn 8. makes of allJkinds of Hardware, Eome Schliecianntf the future will dig all responsibility." hauling much corn on account of and solicits a share of public patronage, Speaking of the arrangement of Mr. Has a splendid stock or the very best : up a cigar store Indian, audmbew by it Hayes' hair reminds me "of a conversaterms the roads and weather. Dr. Faris Tho dealers in live stock, in which are offered at the wonderful progress vre of this ago tion Bho had with one of her friends oh ?.52.03 We would arain call your at will pay 42c for shelled, sacked aud Primary Clnsi this section, it is said, have goner-all- y had made in art, just aa wo now do with 3.00 the stvle in which she dressed hex hair. been losing money lately. One tention to the fact, that this ex-- ! delivered on cars at Hickman. Intermediate the Venus de Miio. 4.0D Advanced Her friend asked her if she always wow so many treme cold weather has caused a New Orleans prices, on Wednes cause assigned is that "Yes," said Reuakks by a Texas maiden to hsr it in that simple style.good reason. 1 farmers and others desiring to run on our Overcoats, Clothing, day were, mixed 50c; yellow 50c; LOWER. Hayes, "and for LOWER and "I ain't got no Mrs. like ft fright with ait crimped or arvisit tho'Exposition, have bought Heavy Boot3and Shoes, Blankets, white oo to 56c. Eerfidious lover: too old dad's to fight, but look Groceries hams, sides, &c. All kinda of up stock and carried them to New Quilts, &e., for the people of this ranged aa most ladies dress their hah. to lase The Fulton County Court was as cheap as the cheapest. I wilbnot be if you will just oil a ononf thc. here I did one day try to make a change. It and that the very lowest the market justifies. All Orleans, hoping thereby to pay and atep fev pac, I'll jina community appreciate the f'ict in a in session Monday, and transact- undersold. JOHN WTTTiNO. White be exactly as represented. of trip, that tho market has very substantial manner, wnen a in the duct, and miatcs won't count," was since TI have lived atr, the asd TTmiBA. wnt for a ed some business as to guardians A Reoinrknblo Escape, been glutted. firm offers a choice line oftheabove and administration settlements, TnK Lacrosse Democrat remarks that thought I would see if I could notiave Mrs Mary A. Dailey, of Tankhannock, n nrHi. fill M.n.4 cA my nair arranged more stylishly. 1 tlidr on nnrnpnl Our citv authorities aro still Goods atstrict COST. ' unimportant as to public news. Pa.,wasi afflicted for six years with Asthma bravely for the needed if surgical scioucc wish you could have eeen me when the but lighting However, we were overstocked and Bronchitis, during which tirae the1 wi!l dhcover eome way to raft a nmn'd was through with me. 1 Federal appropriation for the im aud had to sell, and our patrons are Hickman R. R. agent sold best physicians could give no relief. Her! cose on to his own business exclusively, looked any thins but stylish, I can j provement of the Hickman har- reaping the benefit. tickets amounting to $219, yester life was despaired of, until in last October it will call it a scheme. sure you, "and I immediately proceeded The Kivor Commission and bor. Parties mostly going to she procured a Bottle of Dr. King's New i to take all down and arrange it mysen. Ve still have a erood Stock left day. Discovery, when immediate relief was felt, government engineers recommend Gov. R iBsotTS, of Texns, ia more than in my wajr, and I hate Xew Orleans. - thp Tho best roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed. woinosame wav. If and by continuing its use for ashort time c ieventy years old, yet at a recent leap never attempted a change since. it, and the same causes exist for and it is The attention of builders especially desired aa this house will give spewas Hniiitnrv vt nrlr onsrlit to be shelbs incompletely cured, gaining in fle3U year ball he danced, dressed in hnnit-EpuGovernment aid here as anyother vou don't believe it, come and ;l cial inducements. Correspondence solicited. a few months. 50 with xT)-c,T- r A q point, and Congress to be impar- see Alexander &. Maxwki.t., (ou0 before, the warm weather Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of next day ho seven younij, ladies. The tisv earin wnere crows no weeo, as commuted two' death senyou may find a heart where no and'juBt must praiit it, sooner whose prices are Always the Eot8 ,n. docs tho Health commit'jail Throat and Lung Diseases at MOORE tences. tial I LOCAL NEWS. - SffiSifS;:; i. tgfcWiJ &L rftJF JTrQ OE3SI AT 1 A I i, -- ..,,. i ,v - - lOlEf f j u . - ss ti-i- A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Mads- I J lisht-ruituhi- sr O T. GAKDNBB-- rcc-tio- ?& PLAUT BROS. &'CX, Made THcm 7 - grief-stricke- & T. F-oivTUas- oozp ajk&t. f -- sSl I i vS a i b Ws 1 ik . J ae's mi i, Ja - 00, . tractors and Builders of PKESCRrPTIOlSTS SPECIALTY HERTWECK, BALTZER & CO. Bow to? Stela -- c Jft?'" mk2&aB s ! ae fa iiiokuiaa Itontucky. DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, CARPETS HATS, AND OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW CURTANS AND WINDOW SHADES, GROCERIES, QUEENSWASE, GLASSWARE, DOORS, SASH BLINDS, OIL PAINTS &a 0 D RELIABLE C1IAS. A. KOLCOMBI3 I mri ct m IwDbllll n E-ini- DM IMINIS, m J. W. COWGlLIi to-wi- t: T--. .- 1 1 - u'l 3 w-- w HOME tPAXNTB r- SVE jA-isr- 1 1 ."l ii " light-color- ed w -- bt-ca- ueo s. An-ewe- rs poctet-mnnAT- T breach-oi'-piomis- cake-sho- Cr-to- u chii-cre- u, ex-jiens- es pi-toi- s hair-dree- Doie-graftin- hair-dress- er ONE PB,ICE3 OFINGr a goods-guaranteed -- -- n, - or later. -4 Lowest. ' lee appreciate this facti ' ' & LANDRUMS. Large Bottles 5100. , grows. vvv. . - ir '"Wg .vl & -- r? &' ' 3T 9. . v- 3&' .- 3 f - v- - - v- vAiw .wt.tt'3 q, I', i rfV . a t ' - i "" tWiTW. -- T2 EIOHMM DQSEIEB. AKI robbing Jhe Why Kentucky- - s - i t T.- ," fU vj. &i Li vuivAuu, itu. y. v wnite cv- A. FRESH BEER constantly onjjtap. CA- clono is what tho Signal Service KINGS PLUNDERINGTHE jnrsand Tobacco, of the best brands. The capture of tlie English forTheo. 5s designated the storm Bureau Tho LonisvMotcommcrcial Xia-K7-5 Patronaco solicited. McCulloch. ces at Khartoum, and the danger- making which prevailed here last night STATE TREASURY! cov li-- lf telUngrovclntions a3 fco LoaWrilto Commercial. Sjtal sonu' ami io-uous .i.tuatioi'"of the KhrHsIi ar to it was tne worst Secretary Navy Win. Chandler. (Iebt- - We Frankfort Special to the VraitTille Commercial. Fbankfoht, Ky., Feb. 4. The blizzard Chicago has seen for many Secretary Interior Teller. why KentuclSs HICKMAN, KENTUCKY inics iu that part of Egypt, is widi - . oublished mnmm lnoilinir knowhowffijH1 of partisan .w. J. jwmili' v.v.. .....i., j.UK,, ti. to J...WVJ Hatton. Festmastor General ".Villi causing tin wildcat oxritcment in don't Uu' a Minding fury ' that there was uHl,U'' "wnat 8 o'clocklll'l Brewstar. Attorney General Suml. cling is ii, u&)inmcrciars ar- are facts connected with the State lo YTTILL ATTEKD'TO ALL BUSINESS W. DJESTELBRENK trenu lidoiis defalcation in some night, aud at this writing. tw.Mi'y-fou- r England, ami in fact throughout ticles, ituminoR whiftli. if malft rmhH ... w f nlrtnted to their care. .....-.- , , ........ r,. ....:,... w,ls . " awe 3im i ? nor clucJnRtti'r so long ' would :.i. STATK OFFICERS. t)ee Furniture Factory. hours later, tho fall has not startlo the people quite as,1"""""" the wlfcle' of Europe. Gordon, as it deals it now ap-- , aova-'T- S Knott. uch ftS tho realization of lho ru.j eos, have aroused considerable in- - vet abated a jot. Throughout the Governor J. Troctor Himlman. commander of Kharthe English . . , Lt. Governor J. S. t ji i penrs to havo iftp !cts ami ng mor mat mere was crooKuunoes iiiriisiiiiiiiiiiniicrTttn 1'iHiiii.rArtnrR i. (WV nas oecn nowiiug p toum is a prisoner or killed, and nrcs as to an pnmous and outra in the financial department. Aas i '" bn"xv....u.JVilllUMU.w., ni0neUiC affmii vr.rvinr from 20 to Secretary of State Jas. A. MoKenxie; ule l"10 officers wcl. "JTO space to name all artJclcs bs 5i at rate Assist. Sec. o' State II. M. McGrty'. x ionu an oi tiio ouicersjr. goods. ,nos ,lftr i,ftnr r .. tv-f-..t IF n:t. thc English people are clamoring XA trouble BR. W. E. MOKRIS. audout and to shew the corner of Try who will fnniA tn VrRiikfrtftl .,.-. State Auditor Favette Hewitt. go- - j sec, at Sw penecuy piRCii aim Courts business was abandoned Treasurer James W. Tate. revenge, and dciiQiitic-in- g scoiis steala"o tlfti has ieen wiemMritcs lotuity for -,nd Momow A?enue. East Hiskmrn, Ky ug on in thisiato under the !oit1 cnmiff liw tinir flnlvuiff m PHYSICIAN AND SURSEGN, when I dropped in- - heratlS0 nmnl)er of the jnror8 Attorney General P-- W. Hardin. records of the departments a'id the authorities for bad Register Land Offioc Geo. M. A'Kms BICKMAh of arguing seeking to have items explained to the State House this morning Wf.ri, -- nnwwl in t.tJi?! e.iimrw. forms of AT., &c. Mahdi a Moham- Pub. Instruction J. to condemn l)onlcratic State off- that appear unreasonable, will find to ask some Questions about the residences. Tn another court the Sup. Printer J. D. V.'ood3. D. Pickett Offer his nrofesipnl services to th ' ciedau priest and prophet, Is the Stati citizens of Ilicknmn and vicinity. Can icials, the CommtroiKl eulogises out how ii system of wholesale aftair8 of the State. Wliether Judge's absence was due to the Arabian rebels, ai.d be found at Fortune's Drug 8tr. Irader of the . COURT OF APPEAL3. 4' robbery has been carried on for herc was any definite origin ton same ire l'ament. Few vehicles ijjj integrity, and the rumor or not. is now a ijuea-tio- have been seen on the streets duby their honesty while he holds his followers past fifteen years that rival in tiian tlie Lowest 25cts Joseph Lewis, fixes the steal oitWocal authorities the better veracity between ring the day, and tho street car flargis, Thomas Chief Justice; Thos. ? extent and boldness the stealing of Col. of M. ilines, and W. S. Pryor fanaticism of their religion, is in McCarty, assistant Sec- lines found progress ditticult, even Judges. II. B. P. O'DMIEL, M. D., l fcave pe clerk cipness no store te- of crimi. tho Tweed King in Xew York. none the less proving himself u milthe ami pay cash for all my Groceries, si retary of State, and air. 0. W. with four horses to a car. At pnisecutioJsw'soine counties. That it has been carried on under CIT OFFICIALS. FFERS HIS I'RUFBSalOKAL SER therefore c.n sell 33 cliaap as the chi-e- t. the military commander full llransford. one of the editors of dusk the snow was nearFor instance Tiv?the county of cover of law, and has managed to the Owenboro Messangor; but B6t brads of and J" X vices to the citizens of Hickman and Mayor John W. Cowgill. enmil of the English trained Genly two feet on a level, with no continue in spit6 of attempts to " Siar Flcur, 25 cents cheaper than tfco icx vicinity. City Judge George Warren. Maggofliir, a county lss " populaJOUN VTI1T1BG. Olfice Corner rocro in Laclede House. st. preveut it, shows how strongly that there was really jk ground 3?gu of abatement. erals: It is s;iid that civilization, Oily Marshala. M. Wilburn. tion than Fufdiifc for the year protected the thieves are by their for the minor seems perfectly Tho Signal 3e.rviec reports City Clerk R. E. Millet. enliglrteucd commerce o! and he City Treasurer W. L. McCaichcn. 1 1 1S79 80, the fent'rsont for criminal political jtlliauces. The rehiilt of I Ufui. There is only one office iu moreover that the coldest wave XTl. .A.. A.. h a defalcation could oc of the season is at our doors. Tho the world, demands that England Marketraaster to?32,WH). this stealing, which ma be rough- which sn azWmtcd prosei-utionCity Tax Collector G. M. Witburn. ; SALE AND IIVERY.STABIE cur, and that is in vhp office of temperature iu Dakota and Min- mionld maintain JJrSeinacy in PHYSICAK AfiD SURb'EQH, Wbarfraaster The Conmiciufeivesalist of 11 ly estimated at nearly $2,000,000, State Treasnrer J. W.1te. ow i,eKota this mor iiing rangiug from Egypt, and hence the- great Serto- n- W. J. Webb. Clay, has been to impoverish and almost there has been no exakiaatiou of .ft tn J0 i,invr KESTCCKT Councilman T. M. French, Jno. Wit. HICKMAN, over defeat. And we counties, BliKHfeaihett, bankrupt a State whose biwat & Elliott, Floydjgllardau, Knox, once was that it was Out of debt this oflico since Janry, 1SS1, iep0rts indicate that tho storm ting, II. C. Beckman, E. Oaao, jB. C. SENTUCKT STREET, suppose it is 'only a quostion ol Morsrun, and and had a clear surplus in its though lus balances atrrMo emi oi :s oeneral thronsrhont the West uantage, II. Moore. jVFFERS his Professional Services tc 7" EB?S sacstantly on hind fos tl timo and a few thousand lives, Iiurol. Msiaffii MWjp.iii5mO tall witil'MQ of aml South wast. Freicht . trains fit siwlsale. , oitkciiFtleiPmclhit . is , .safil , a treasury. It takes dm to tho citizens of Hiakraan nd tiin'J COUXTT OFFICIAES. .when English authrmtv ,wlll be .u . operandi of the uneven, tho Stato Atiflttor. wffr ntast re' ,. nii ,.9(iR ,,- - Uonn Hlmnflrtn. H0K8ES, IICOGIES ad UAtEfv ox me cstaic uv the mouuft County Judge U. S. Murreli". all moneis beffehev enter ed aud passenger trains delayed. pfefcA.-ibe liable, Sort-ftand maintained b, svstemnc.iu.romn-rbut the results are or easily ob- ceiveTreasury andjVsue warrnis W P. Taylor. County zni entire outfit of f. B Platame Iiat'hed up trials, examining courts tained. In 1807 there was over the All trains arriving in Chicago wero Sheriff Clerk. Shuck W. A. cannon and bayonets. e prpe to continue the for every dollar paid oat. Uuder delayed ranging from two to five buslum ta' costo for witnesses, guards sheriffg $8,(100,000 in the Sinking Fund, Circuit Court Clerk T. M. French, f C. L. solicit patronape . this check it would appear im- hours. Assessor Jas. Cooper. is &c, has heen carried on for years. and the State owed about $5,000,-000IIendkicks irregularity to County Attorney A. D. Kingman.. This left a clear surplus of probable for any receiving a rousing ovation ali But it secins tiiat this source of thcTrejisurcr kept ATTORNEY Af LAW Jailer T. V. Wallace. nnrkncvN in Rnjttpht. occur, without the Sinking Fund Master Commissioner Geo. "lYarren. along his line of inarch to 2fc.v stealing hesbeen stopped by Au- 3,000,000. Of $1,000,000 was in double syt of bdanees, one forj Louisville, Feb. 0. Tho darkaiaonnt about County Surveyor Robort McConnel. for use. est piece of daylight tho citizens THE BARTER GROCERY Orleans. Ilcndricks was til way ditor IlewiUj who induced the tnrnniko and water way stocks. comparison, the oth Golloctor, Real Estate Agen t the of Louisville ever saw isitcd this Coroner J udge James Campbell. There are two cxnainstfions of Cireait ' a favorite with tho Southern Legislature u repeal the law al- Thft era of railroad buildinsf of Treasury made erery two years. R- J. M MUNTG0M8R7, anncttr Commonwealth's Attorney C. Thoaas. section before 9 o'clock this mornex- course depreciated tho value of people and they delight in doing lowing witness fees before c6 (0 h.t friendt! end the put he iL HICKMAN, KY. commissbn of the ing. A brisk rain had been fallenormously, and the One by a b. fas cprkcti h hb hd f.veh cut ply 9 county ou::ts. amining courts, and simply allow- this stock him lion r. which is tsuaHy a very ing since 6, and an unusually Vind? . . h Fakit has shrunk item of over R. S. Murreli, wllttond proraptly to all bnp j allill ell aof low at ttjc lowest He is rcr jurair, as me heavy fog had draped the city all Fulton County Court rr ing sheriffs mileage to capture and judge, held every 2d Monday in each ncss entrusted tjim i5 J3HtlteBior Unit. all The Louisville Commercial return fleeing prisoners, &c. lnt buA) a suuuen Kntuc- -; ami Hortwetcrn Tenasft &y m pr iretimes tocxehnfe Grorerhts e" ..m it co,.!,. bOBold uwhj prota- month. ry ot monunif. Ahont Tvr liutwr, Hff, i liirironr prints a cartoon illustrating how then, it does Show one great cause hlv. SpeOJftlatteBtton givantot.be inTrttiga esb wind came from tho west, . Fulton County Quarterly Court R.F. I nm f wjirketlnp that ths ffctnlnj, .y 14... lmI.a cu.- - gust of u State ami tne Aiutior, fl h f b, k cloud Murreli, judge, held 4th Monday in Jai.. tien of Land titles, and the purchase e our State convicts while away that eat-ufric!s may hrins in. The highest tlm surplus in our State sals of Ral Eatate. pare ms iwuik ui"pij " jgn 'overspread the sky. The fog in- uary, April, July and October. ket pricr ivr f aid. their time iu idleness at a cost of treasury, aud brought the State iu STEALSriADCrVTTiD. A GlluAT 4, and other items, to set that the creased in density, making the f BEQ, J. M. S'.ONIGOMZRV MAGISTRATES C0UBT8. $2 per day to the State. The debt which is now on hand State's money is otily there. day as dark as night. The gas debt. in was foreshadowed iu 1870, when This wss made in 184 and none was lighted in all the business 1 sl Distriot Esq. Donaho, '2d Saturday ElCKMAIf MARBLE WORKS Clerclaim Violin THtXcn. S03IE SAJirLE FRAUDS. the then Auditor, D Howard has been made s;jef. Hut the houses and residences and the inMaroh, June, September and Duceni FCfR New Yokk, Feb. S. Presidentan umisual sample of tho Smith, estimated tlutt the deficit fact that Mr. Tate' books have streets wero shrouded in an al- ber. D. L. Nugent, 1st Saturday in It was HICKMAN, KY. elect Cleveland, accompanied by manner iu which thu treasury was iu thoTreasurv Oct. 10, 1S80 would been scrupulously accurate and most impenetrable gloom, which same months. 2d DistrictEsq. Nailor, 3rd Salurdvy Daniel Mumiing, boarded the train being robbed. There was simply be $GS0,0O0. Gen. Hewitt who his accounts perfectly honest for lasted for about five minutes. Marsh, June, September and December, at the Grand Central depot this a ring for stealing all the fees succeeded Mr. Smith that year ao iiiui.v oars wnrriitt ... . pre- - Many were badly frightened at Esq. Atlebery 4th Monday in same months the , . og:&, morning, and took seats among known to the law. There were found himself in a difficult posi- Bumpuuu tiiat tney wwu . mat Mondays tlft 111S151J1 phpnomenon, and 'in Sd District Esq. Dickcrson3dDecember, DEAL EX IX March, June, September and the passengers. Cleveland was Lmock trials that continued tor tion. Iu order to reduce this ex- condition. Inrire minihers of tho colored non- months. -recoguized as he passed through months and which in vol veil every pected deficit he gave his attenresi lockage ot u1al;on concin,ieil that the last Eq. Jones, .th Saturdoy in same1st MoWhenan , 4th District Esq. the depot and the railroad employ- man in the community as a wit tion to claims against the Treas- monci arrives," wclAimitorHev;. (ay mi come, ami ran about in nday in March, June, September and D- Itamak a:jd AMsarcAj. ilAnm.? es and many passengers made to ness. John Doe aud Richard Roe ury and semtiuixed them closely. itt,i4ldonot tout-.- i it myscit. 1 t -tfat and alarm at tho freak1. ecember. Esq. Baynes, 4th Tuesday in M0:U3IM7S, TOMB AI.'D GRAVE ward tho car, jiuxigiis to catch a would have a quar- In 1S79-Sthe cost ef criminal gointothe'ireasuret'sQfficewith of tJ)e olement8. The ,lRrknCB8 same months. glimpse and, if possible, shake rel iu which Doe wonld draw a prosecutions in Kentucky reached the express messenger, jfliere .he waR followe(1 bv a arenchiiiff rain J 5th District E?q. Boaz, 1st Wcdnesihv in Mftreli, June, September and December, the hands of the President-elect- . STORES. pistol and protend to shoot at tho enormous sum of 3329,000. money is opened and cMiireu. r. which lftgted tw0,,ty n,inate8. Eaq. Ferrell, 3rd Wednesday in sane Yonk-crS- f When tho train arrived at , Doe wquld at once flee the Gen. Hewitt has brought Hkmii then receipt for it and take Col. l?oo. Cleveland and Manning were couutv aud tako refuge in an ad down to an average of about $200,-00- Tate's receipt for it. Thus, you ij.T,ii.ir 01 Kxcesuo crooneiiiiess. months. g AVIXG received a fisc lot of Anicr 0th District Esq. Jones, 4lh Wednesreceived at the dopot by ilr. ,ioan and Italian Marble, I am pre Tnfeti ttic rrom hm ci..Hn roww-- r m r..,t There is nn enormous steal see the check is complete." joining county twenty or twenty- day in March, June, September and Le private secretary, Mr. Smith. five miles away trom ins county in this item. The Lcftishitnre was pit red to fill ali orders. Call and exsxinc , '2d Wednesday ......... 11 reports are true mere is as c ember. , riiiw, c . un me oi.iuw ? ur work As Cleveland stepped from the seat. After he had been allowed called anon to rcn-m- i xne irw pay- - f,.j,.8 111 lue 'ireasnrj- - wctc not m.get occasion in Democratic i n game manths. c. & St. L. Ry. N Orders from the cenctry promptly lajjjiaBLiiJjiij!Ui.iK-iiuj.jJ;u-ii.iLutMa car the people about the station to escape the Sheriff would obtain ing witness fees before examining' iTigiit, no rumor co.tuavc Kentucky as in Democratic Indimay lift raised their hats and pressed becanse of coMrsV if Lie a warrant and tan or twelve guards courts and allowing sheriffs Hmlfon for a look at the books, and l!oiu!cl b Public 2;ntt. ' Vhv to shake hands, but he hur ,' guards pay j?t dirm tor gaaruinjf (Treasurer were culpahle He would there is jitst as little probability T'tvm t'riucrton Banner as many as tho law permitted rlod to Tildcu's coach and the par- and pursue and capture the pris- prisoners. The fact that the cost! keep ,i,e ana jjNre has tlmt tlie Democratic Legislature Judge W. G. Hullitt, of Pada-caty were rapidly carried to Grey-ston- oner. As soon as he was captur of prosecutions in criminal cases iceil 110 indication off anytl !n? 0r ti,e oag state will allow the in- in a communication to Un& ... ... a urm i.m;r .,f,. ...:. i. uuyen ,,. tt.a vestigation as there was of the people of tho Purchase counties, tho residence of Tilden. ed the Sheriff and guards began! jumped liuuv "tTwi.v.rv in jw t.v imil. .1n ninLrnL 1. n.v by to rceohc a stated amount per IrflOO in 185G aud grew larger; !alance and usual manifestation. other, although tha evidence of suggests the employ ment of The guests were welcomed s Tilden and his neiccs, and after a day and their traveling expenses every year for iifteen j cars is con A8E?3&:3A237.i53 by the said counties for the Some time was spoht in the excessi.e crookedness and downCall on nearest . Ticket Agent, general conversation an adjourn- for bringing him back. Some vincing tnat it was uoimur out Treasury, where the oily news of right stealing may be produced purpose of building gravel roads. . Or .Address ment was taken to the stud.. times it took them two or three sheer rohborv Tho repeal ofob- - intercut to bo learned w, that uudor tho very noses of the law In tho purchase counties gravel BOOT AND sSs ;.. icn ,m..1huI tlw' ii..i .nl- . l..n:n..r, i.n.c IU iJ w v..vi. y.m. M1!U JK7JUIl UJOWIHWVW"' vw- makars. z. Hicrora 1.... - i ! where the host and guests conid days to take tho prisoner-twent- y IIU.MUU3 Jl0 a a S' ?s 4 j suitablo for inakimr rpad.i i ajjujitl. SH03 oonverso free from interruption. miles. On th6wly back they nvcrasrc cost of these nrosccu- - lned. There is very lUtl money dant and can & thus "utiTTied at j" 27erth Vet earner of Mut-cAt 2 o'clock dinner was announc stopped at everybody's house on tions, ahout lO0,(X)O. hut tne tact ' jn tho Treasury and a html ot the The Democraticfe officers and comparatively small cost, 'ihr thorough in- suggestion is worthy of serious snJ Troy G. P & TL Htv'kmai;, Kjr., "KarhTiHe, T.c. ed. Tilden occupied the head of the road, taking nicals, having that they still run up to about j whole amount wonld not warrant voters challenge fcT"Sat:-factij;'Wt5!. tho table, with the President-elec- t FUllZ.aXLLNBK. T. Art, liubmka. fed and lodged over 200,000 shows that the county the expense of a Canadian voy- vestigation. There has been ex- consideration by the people mi. ' April. o their horses on his right and Manning on the night, thus making for all their rings have learned a new way to age. travagance perhaps, but no dis- only of the Purchase counties but lsft. Nearly two hours were spent neighbors a neat little hill. When steal, and are still plundering the Good of other counties as well. honesty. iu the dining room, and after a they arrived at tho county seat treasury under cover of law. county roads aro not only imporOX' FOH3I. OM.Y A 3IATTKU shoi:t walk in the grounds the gen- two justices would sit in the case Nothing but a change of the systhey aro absolutely es The Warsaw Independent Mb tant, butto the prosperity of a tlemen repaired to tho study, for tho examine trial, and some- tem or the appointment of agents scMitial lAKiLT fi-aocsa- r Sweartuff. of a tioneh'M cawe of cojuMiatp- IlieCrent J! 11 f whore they spent tho remainder times as many as eighty witnesses to till the penitentiary with the rgfavmtiJi.imi . But roads, such as wc tion now being cured by the use of county. all the counties of this of tho afternoon. PAG COMPAKY have in would be subpoenaed iu a trifling thieves will prevent this robbery. The patient is a negro section, are a nuisance. Mr. John Shaw, an old and much dog-larThey ease. The majority of them simpTVHERE MILLIONS WENT. H. O. CARIXG FOIL IDIOTS. respected citizen of tins county woman; the doctors gave her up. . ir? back" ly went on the. stand, and after A study of the books shows that in his day, in the trial of case in and an old man, soggested the constitute the largest "draw people The Louisville Commercial in being sworn said they knew noth- iu tho dopartmout of criminal to the advancement of the (DATiy OLD STAD.) looking up tho causes for tho de- ing of the case, and were told to prosecutions the steal has reach which lie was defendant in the above remedy; a dog was killed, and the cry of tho day is for betMemphis, Cairo, pleted State Treasury, classes the stand aside. Each one of them ed at least a million in fifteen Fulton Circuit Court, when the and the fatty substance rendered, ter ruads. Should any county de- ill kin'ds of present system of caring for the received $L per day for hi3 wit- years. In the cost of keeping venerable Judge Fowler, asked if and the patient has been taking it- sire to make use of convict labor S idiotic aud feeble minded as one ness fee, however. Sometimes idiots during tho same time there a witness had been sworii. startled inwardly, and is rapidly improv- for road purposes, wo think it STAPLE AKDMBCY-GROCERIEing. of the channels through which the the case wonld he, dragged along has been a steal of $300,000, while tho Court byexclaimingaloud,"no would be an easy matter to secure s bcusc, ctbet JAMES W. GAFF, AfY IUU State has been robbed. The ta- for ten or fifteen days, tho Sheriff, in other expenditures, which I matter Judge, it's only a meroi The startling statement is made an act of the next Legislature au- usually kept ia x CON'S MILLEP., VINT StllMils do prices. form." Johu SJiaw s ex- - thftt pittsimrg, Peim., is the hend- - thorizing it. ble, as published, certainly shows, guards aud all receiving pay per havo had no time to examine close- - matter of GRANITE STATE, TS.iH, preSKion lives a generation alter qnartor8 for a mug of dynamiters F.KXCr CAKDJE3, that the burden of expense, aud diem forattendance. At this junc- ly, there aro indications of other ti.i.uiimplinii ! fathered tn .tt aro reaiiy ior wont nun :iu.- .i i..f. I'onr TlaoHsxitiil T, benefits received, are unequally ture the prisoner wa3 invariably crookedness, which may who l'l CALI S LEAVUSEVEttYSUXDArnniTKURS-- 1 JA i.i" yon ious for a .)retext to trT tiI0;r hniuls Pittsburg, Fob.AsinrcliltH. Alle 9. At distributed among the counties, acquitted, but all the costs had to $300,000 more to the robbery. The his fathers, and now h G&1T8 and Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati there was a mass CRXXBERKIES, IIOXINY, with Itailronda and Steamers for but the caring for these unfortu- be paid bv the State, and often .Legislatures have anted ana auct- - iicttrnnomcimoampuuuiiuuiiii. 0M 80me of tho n,ni8 that are gheny 7 I ty nnnt) T0ttll fcnaws snung as to t tf throwing laborers out of employ meeting of blood thirsty anarch- Xa js: z nates is certainly a proper charity, they uionuted np to $200 to $30Q, ted these thieves by refusing : U 3S& C39 ShUis. WjsUa K-- ftoasjra Fointj, to!ff uroper estiiiiiiwe t nwmo n. incut. The cttv is compared to a ists. Tlie meeting was addressed if tho charges are brought proper- After Doe's acquittal ho would erect safeguards when the oppor Oiriag through tickets to all point? Chily and fairly upon tho State. The swear o"ut a warrant' charging per tuuities to steal wore pointed out. iiessrs testimony, bpoukei joim- smoulderinir volcano rcadv to be by Hermann Frickie, who spoke Toledo, Buffalo, P.icbmond, law- j Soaps, &c, cago, Waehinglon Citj, Phti&dclphU Wewd late Senator Yanghan, of this dis- jury against one of the witnesses Tho members were afraid of their G. Carlisle, one of the auiost re t Uestroved on the slightest provo- - in German. Among other inflam- Sugisr, Coifccs, York, . Stat os, lino matory and intemperate stateUoston. East, North and vi'csern tonr-istrict, offered a bill in the last Leg- who, in turn, would run away to county officers and politicians who vovn in tho United himself in favor cation. Ji77i!l not be undersold. will Snd Ln Utile Kircr route ;af, ments, he said that tho time- for Will piy fullprioc for Butter, Egg8, &i islature returning the costs and the next county, .and tho same were at tho head of tho rings gen- cently announced Gov. Knott has fixed the 27th an delightful and occnomicnl. care of pauper idiots to each coun- farce would be carried through erally, and this chain of rings of abolishing all laws requiring wit-- 1 of this month as the day for the revolution had arrived, especially Rales bj this lino chenpor than tcy oath to bo administered to as the United States Senate had ty, which would no doubt insure again. olLer first c!as ronte. Meals and state throughout the Stato hae pursued ness aud asserts that in all his execution of Win. 2Tenl the begun playing policeman for Engcloser scrutiny agaiiiBt imposirooms free. liapgage clocked through. Ashland land. tho one of its way of plundering and stealing practice as a lawyer he never knew last rgjr Passengers cn rely on a splendid tions. That there have been im(Hickman, Ey., Clinton Str.) in the Mt. with the connivance of tho Legis- of ouo instauce inwhich tho sane-- ' murderers. lie is now Tlie Knights ot Honor C&c. He denied that this was a free tri p by thin line, as the stcsmcrs re all positions appears clear frr-- i tho were titvofan oath prevented a man Sterling Jail, and Trill bo taken to country, saying that ho preferred lature. If an investigation first class, having been expressly buill tnble published by judichu dis- rrom Louisville CommercUI. for the accommodation of passengers. motion for tho appointment ordered, as in the case of Jeffer- from swearing falsely. Men aro Grayson, Carter comity, for e.c- damnation to such liberty. Blood The tricts. For instance, our judicial EOT Each steamer cr.rrif n full strisg county, a committee was ap- prevented from swearing falsely , cntion and thunder resolutions were district taxes the State with onlv of a rccciver-t- o take charge of the son R. ff . LIGHTIJnK E, band. pointed that belonged body and by the y ot puiiistimeiit thatj The Mormons of Utah, it is adopted. General Freight and Ticket Ageni 35 idiots, and the 15th district, fuuds belonging to the Knights of thing like to the ring, and follow under the law; but No. 7 MonToe street, Mcnjphis.Ten- purchased lands in Tho story that Anarchists are with a less population, has ISo: the Honor now in the, possession of soul was suppressed.anj facts Carlisle's idea is to put a witness Sonora, Mexico, from the Indian armed and drilling here, and that Col. Kobcrt J. Ureckinridgo and --1 8th, 133; and tho 13th, 118, &c. The isTr)There has beon plenty of stealcounty of Fulton has none, and the People's Hank of Kentucky, ing from tho State treasury, on his individual honor, making c,j0f Cajene, and will establish ae dynamite is stored iu various parts against a 'settlement "for their peculiar of the city, is confirmed by promithe county of Pulaski has 30 This was to havo been argued yester- though thero aro no indications the same punishmentsnow exists statement that pe there, free from tho annoyan-agains- t nent Socialists. Ono of tho ofli CONFECTIONERIES. KT, LOUIS S VIGKSBCR8 day before Judge Simrall, but the shows a great inequality, and gives any of it was done by oflicors perjury and ces 0f jcal prosecutions on cials states that a largo supply of coloring to the charge of imposi- defendants tho People's Hank of that State. It takes a long time of the His argument is that when ' count 0f polygamy, gnus has recently been rcceivod Kentucky and Col. Hreckiuridge ESTRAYCa. .35TOEC01 XjIHSTIE tion. The next Legislature should facts when one under- - witiipssps arc sworii uudor the . . A.. from Chicago, and that tho Anarchexecuted a flank movement on the to net at root them out of books h,lir Taken ut, as an estray.bv A. J. Whippet, remit these unfortunates to the j. jjum.uii iciegiaiu tusu - ists -- had regular, .drilling iiiIils. PltTing-on- mile .juries 11(j tim takes to COMPANY PACKET STATES KAIL ) chargooftho counties according Supremo Lodge h,fiHug,a motion anil records, but there nro;eouftli?JCTfo nw.,cpmnels. wiln distributed 'urgentacceirt eacli (UNIT3D rr to tho provisions of the late Sena for a rule to.con'ipel tho plaint iffs of them hero tosonnaaisuuguiBn-e- d tpatimnnv ami to rcsttcct each ' ' riiniinLTiiirr run iinAiiin- Vl i.rnnr He states that there are about and three miles from Hickman, Ky , one i b..o i.wi' '1,000 members iu Allegheny coun- Kuan Cow.Htxor scveu vears old, marked attorueystoshow by what authoritor vnughansbill. crowd of Kcntuckians to the alike, so long as no one is regular Britain to contribute to a fund "to ty. with under half crop in each car, and ap JOHN A. SCUDDER, President, suit, and ty they prpsecuted the praised at tisenty dollars penitentiary if tho statute of limi- ly impeached, bnt it testifying on defend Mrs. Dudley, that heroic JOHN P. KEISER, Superintendent. compel them to also for a rule to An Old DocumeDt. J. AV. DICKINSON, J P. F. C. protect them. THEO. O. ZElGLElt, Sec'y. and Tre&a. I'cIKIoiih for 1'nrUons. individual honor, the juries and Englishwoman who resolved to properly verify their petition. 'Ihe tations does not rid civilization of its greatest From the Padttcih Standard j To the Citizens of Kentucky: courts could consider the charac- enemy." petition seems was drawn up , A LINE of boats The Commercial is right in do- Having resigned tho oflico of and filedit upon a telegram from ter and credibility of each RUNS St. Louis to Memphis, and a Let us Uaro a State Fair. W. wit.iip.ss. Uudor f lift forms - manduig that petitions ior pardons Circuit Judge in this State, T now Supremo The Pall Mall Gazette advoto Messrs. line fron St. Louis to Vicka-burbeg leave (in this way) to inform Brown & Dictator Sloat tho lat- LoulsTllle Commercial.! and tests of an oath two men may cates a political alliauco with the t0 criminals shall be made public, Davie, directing Why cannot Kentucky have a swear falsely and one to the truth, United States. This alliance, says N ,,at objections could there be! my fellow-citizon- s DEALER IS GOING OUTn. that I offer my- ter to file tho suit. The defene Memphis boats puss Hickman Tees day self as a candidate for the office dants deny. "that Sloat is tho Su- State fair every year, as well as and the preponderance of evi the Gazette, will bo as close and If Innn 8,SUS a petition he is any other State? Tho gross reof Governor at the ensuing elec- preme dictator crrent English-- 1 posed to do so conscientiously, erives the Groceries nights, Thursday nights and Saturday-nights-. of the Knights of ceipts of tho Indiana fair last year the truthful man. verdict isamiinst useful to the twoas that between ami snonm not oe asiiatneu ot ins VlcVsburg Sunday, boats, tion. My residence in this coun- Honor, There lamen- speaking people Wednesdays and Fridays. contending that ho was were $24,129, and the expenses on- tably a great deal of auiw. 11 no h trying to carry on try for near twenty-thre- e all Australia and Great Britain. years, not. legally truth in G01N0 NORTH. AXD ALSO. to fill that poboth shoulders or has not the There is no doubt this, and there is no denying that has made mo acquainted with a sition on elected of the election ly $20,702. Memphis boats pass Hickman Tuesday Goy. Knott has commissioned moral manhood to say no when account largo portion of its inhabitants ; being that Kentucky can excel tho world false swearing and neriiirv is the ' Nets, Seines, Lines, Hooks, and alljkind nights, Friday nights and Sunday nights. 1 M,C held outsido of Kentucky. confronted by such a petition, then of Pishing Tackle and Supplies at a bar- Yicksburg boats Mondays, Wednesdays, in the perfection of all kinds of L to them I refer as to my fitness or evil ;V,8,H and most .in,, " Jlivo stock, while the soil is capa- that afliicts our countOU! law-- ! .the sooner he is closed the better gain. Groceries and Family Supplies gen- and Saturdays. Steamers City oT Helcapacity to execute the duties re-;.: Memphis boats eral lr. "" ;Telegraphing on n aiovlnjjTraln. V ble of yielding as great profits as vers,' and others, who havo much ' ;. quired in the executive depart,, l0J ". ?oinmu nuy. j.ry the plan v ena, Sie. Gcnivieve and John B. Maude. . IIIIIl lllli 111 LlllllllVfl 111 lllll IIL.lb If J of printing in the newspapers tho ment. I mu6t also request 'the Yickaburg boats Steamers City of The first practical test of a rail- farmers enjoy in any other State. experience about courts, have Eights National Conven- names of such signers, and lot us sheriffs of tho soveral counties to road telegraph liuo by which con- There is needed somo greater in- seen and heard so much of it, that man's ProTidence, Belle of Memphis, GoMPuBti see how many petitions would go BOOTS AND SHOES. City of Cairo, City of Greentille aaa now exists to im most of them admit that their ex- tion. havea poll oponedfor me. stant communication can be kept centive than farming. City of Vicksbur. the perience proves that testifying Tho relics of Gen. Grant, lately up. in Chkisto Geeentjt. up betweena station and a mov- provement m ir live stock are confined to a under oath is "a mere matter of under attachment, and which wero June 9, 1S04. ing train was made a few days ago best GLAZXEE. In the Street. really profitable form" and that a real truthful man, of a military and civil character, 011 the New Yorlc,Xovr Haven and few counties, and A. goutlomtm iutorestod Tha northvcstemblizzards the Hartford railroad. The train up- farming is riot general in this State. or tho side that needs only truth, havo been presented by Mrs. in prisoners ITcvcr GItc Up. Keeps stock the very Best Material, visited iimiui passing winter, have been noted on which the test was made ran A great fair held every year might is sometimes made to suffer by Grant to tho United States Gov- for n crime. in jail, waiting to bo tried and koepoinonly lho beat workmen. Work If you are suffering with low and ee for their brovityand severity. A to Kcw Eochelle, ft distance of 15 excite a rivalry among the farm- equalizing testimony by an oath. ernment. pressed ppirit3, losa of appetite, general de"Sir," Kud tho prisoner, tears running guaranteed. Repairing solicited bility, discrdered blood, weak constitution, writer for Porest and Stream tells miles. Telegraphic messages were ers of various counties, leading Many lawyers say that any man H. A. M. Henderson, form- down bis choeKa, "I had a good homo Rev. headache, or any disease of a bilious na of a boy in Winnebago, Wiscon-cl- sent and received from and by tho many, who aro now careless to im- who, from interested motives, will erly Superintendent ol Public in- education. ATy street education ruined ACCOUNTS ALLOWED. tore, by all means procure a bottle of Electheir lands, to slip me. who discovered a large flock moving tram-aperfectly as can provefarm animals. their crops aud tell a lie, will go into court and struction, is a candidate for chap- go off I usedtho boys out of tho house, cud tric Bitter?. You will be surprised, to see with in tho stroot of ducks, on a morning succeed- he received and sent from station their swear to it just as quickly as ho lain of the next ITouso of Reprethe rapid improvement that will follow; -uio street jl learned to lounge: in in I ing a fearful cold snap, which to station. Tho officers of tho can bo made to andei stand that sentatives at Washington. you will be inspired with new life; Jtrcofctk tho streot I learned to swear; iu tho street and activity will return ; pain and misery were so benumbed as to be utter- company who were of the inspecX". S. Shaler has written ho is not amenable to prosecuProf. A nrnnt ffiYrt. 1H llflinr mndft tn I learned to smoke; in the streot I learned acre on Dyersburg roaJ, 5 miles will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice ly unable to escape. The neigh- tion party Expressed themselves and published a book, treating tion. 181 from Hickman. Address. in the praise of Electric Bitters. SoUl at !Lln; fer,Tdt;d? Jlher 18S bors gathered in and captured SIG entirely satisimi with the experi npon tho physical character of U P. DONAHOE, fifty cents a bottle at Moore & Landrum'a , --- P a gtrect thoddril luria to wk tho ruin of PUREeountry made APPLE VIKEGAR gross,, xu mallards so fat as to weigh nearly ment. Thii.T-t-o.Wois Lucius J Kontucky. It is said to be a volocre Saml. C. Dayr & Co , St. Locks Zlo ! Drug Btore. 1 uie young! ' ,, at Gowgill'aDrng Store, noun .Is average. three ume of valuable information. t'ueips. '"m v; 3EffG3LA.3fI EYPT. - & Debt ON THE TRACK watching the MONEY. OE $2,000,000 ! Elotv Tiic: V stars the 52' aj 'CTSssrts "Worst Slorm rsctosE." Scr.Non. of the 53 ass age DIllECTOJRY. pfossloaal 0xcs V. S. GOYCllMIEXr. H. A, 4 R. f . Tyler, r resident Cheater Arthur. Vice President Senator Edmunds. Frelinghuyscn. Sec'j of State Attorneys at Secretary Treasury Secretary of War Itobt. Lincoln. JFETliffiS SALOOX, I "encc -- -. Ul-gN- . a m ?i "" itl -- V V V 1 , good-humore- d nmn-nijomen- t, luw.-fatea- d , i Loer ouli-agcouBeos- to-nig- ht J V.'ui-nlfcrj- ; s in.."BIS. - - Faris" Parker y ft J ,1 l o Vice-Preside- nt RAKDLE. -- Log-islatitr- e. p S.''t'",. . , 3r Gh-clkie- it i ! Ciiattanc NASHVILLS, inl I amnJ-e:n0,l- pre-arrange- d 0 t , 0. Til-den- 's .'., ( -- -: , Ks-q- . lt foi-wa- rd gt , se-re- t, h, e, 1 mil mAvM)Mx F AYOBITE cou-vict- :..-.:...- .:.. 1 I , -- nr lHPP o 4 --W-nuew St rle ? m m mi d. oUBGB m Louisville and Oinciimtiti Steamers Srst-clas- "" 1.. CS-J1EA- A i to-nig- ht "J d ta - j w re-ma- CrRO CARIES " ( pco-fals- false-swear- j . , '"i-ow..r- .". I. ... ac-in- g. i-- -- indi-vidn- al - CASE, TRI-WEEK- y I g. . I j sup-denc- , Family ; , """ 0L - - . 1 J To-da- y E. ii u, s TIMBER D. It ' r -- jr ,acnrwjiu"'w." W?H- Sir.?"f VsiTt fi . , i . Q '1Zi ' - ' J M ir I ?$ S ' -II- - ! i . .